St. John's Fair. The Catholic fair at St. John's church at Harman opened last Wednesday. Several contests had been arranged. Miss Nellie Lockhart and Miss Anna O'Brien were entered in the voting contest con-test for a prize of a diamond ring; Mrs. Waterman and Mrs. Pierson in the contest for a dinner set; Maggie H utter. Annie Kelley, Lillian Doyle, Katie Kreutz and Loretta Phelps for a bicycle; Harriet Smith and William Hickey for a violin: ex-Alderman La-mont La-mont and Harry Ball for a gold-headed cane. The fair was opened with a short programme pro-gramme by Mrs. Maude Clover and a grand ball Wednesday evening, followed fol-lowed by a programme Thursday evening even-ing with "Bill Xye" Hamilton in original orig-inal selections: Miss Alice Fulton, vocal solo; Buckingham quartette string in- I slruments; C. Moore Fonda, vocal solo; Miss Katie Smith and Harriet Smith.; piano duet; Albert Smith, song; Albert McMillan and John Motley, song. Friday. Mifs Mable Lynch, selet-tidns and sketches: Miss Lizzie Dabelith, song; .Miss Dora Clark, vocal selections; selec-tions; Miss Emma Merrie, reading; F. H. Wend, recitation. "The Maniac": the cakewalk, Miss Florence Wood and Mr. George Younkmati. , Saturday. Irene Lorton, "Ride to Death." . The following committer had charge, under Rev. T. O'Brien, director; Charles H. Hay den, chairman; A. Flockon, Charles E. Smith. James Motley, Mot-ley, P. Regeney, T. Morris. J. Dougherty, Dough-erty, John Roth, Dohlish Pearson, James Dutton. ', Reception Committee M. L. Smith, chairman: James Betridge, J. Motley, C. E. Smith, A. Flucken, U. T. Pierson, P. Regeney, William Michael. ' Floor Committee James Dougherty, chairman; Joseph Young, John Mc-Greer, Mc-Greer, E. Giles. L. H. Ralfe. M. Dolan, William Fulman, John Roth. Door J. Denneen and Thomas 'Morris, 'Mor-ris, i ..... . Entertainment John Motley, chairman; chair-man; Mrs. Pierson and Miss Rigney. Booth Committee Mrs. C. E. Smith, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Hayden, Kreutz, Flocken, Roth, Desmond. Miss Reynolds, Irene Smith, H: Ellen Smith, Regney. Refreshments ' were looked after - by Mrs. Flocken with a corps of assistants. assist-ants. Ice cream and cake was in charge of Miss Dottie Morgan. . ...