Everything is being done to make the Catholic fair, which opeus in the rink next Tuesday cvening, a success and there is little doubt but that it ■vill be, judging froin the interest being sliown. Our citizens generally, Irrespeetlve of denominatiou or creed, are showing great liberality towards the fair, and generous contributions of every kind, froin llour to watches and ven a carriage, lias been made by our business men and citizens, The exhibits will be well worth seeing. Xhe fair opens on Tuesday and continúes until Friday evening of the followIng week. The proceeds are to be devoted to the building fund of St. Thomas' parish, and it is expected will be used towards paying for a new ehurch within the next year. An iimovation will be introduced in the shape of a musical program to be rendered each evening. Numerous soloists and musical organizations have tendered their services to the committee, each giving an evening"s programme. Among those are J. E. Harkins, Otto's band, the Minnis orchestra, the Business Men's quartette, the Lyra singing society and the Anu Arbor Banjo Club. Bishop Foley will be present one evening during the fair and will deliver an address. The rink will be tastily deocrated and the display of wares will be on sale at five booths, presided over by young l'adiies of the parish. One booth, the U. of il., will be decorated in the University colors. The ehairmen of the different comniittees having the booths in charge, are as follows No. 1., the U. of M., Mrs. Ambrose Kearney; No. 2, Miss Smith; No. 3, Miss Clancy; No. 4, Mrs. Martin Seabolt; No. 5, refrcshnients, Mrs. D. J. Eoss. T,he general committee having the fair in charge is composed of the following gentlemen: D. Riusey, A. Kearney. B., St. James, E. Duffy and Martin Seabolt.