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; 1 i  ii "I&apos;HI (ATIlt)I_.IC ['Rt)LII(E. ./ i,:,  < 4 (% I The Catholic Societies was ('onerted and admitted rote the 4, Calholic Church on the day of his marriuge. He lived in Whatcom dur- THE I  ' ' ,A'IIIOL[(_ PROGRESS is th(; OFF']CIAL OtGAN of the Young ing the past fourteen years, most of Men's Institute, Northwestern Jorisdiction, and of the (Satholio Order of the lime being employed by the firm Foresters, Washington State [3curt. YOUNG MIN'S INSTITI"P:. Grand Officers, 19024. Gxand President, W. It. Weber,\\;Valta Walls, Wash. Grand Chaplain, Roy. M. Flohr, Walls Walls, Wash. Grand First Vice-President, lev. J. A, Faust, Uniontown, Wash. Grand Second Vice-President, M.D. McSherry, Butte, Mont. Grand Secretary, S.A. Bantly, Victoria, B. C. Grand treasurer, F.W. Tierney, Walls Walla, Wash Grand Marshal, %'. H. Wallace, Spokane, Wash. Grand Directors. Chairman, John '. Smith Kamloops, B.C. A.J. Beokmyer, Seattle H. J. Mater, The Dalles, ()re. Astoria, Ore.; Astoria {3ouncil No. =" Ladysmith, B. C. ; Demers Council 106: President, Chas. E. Foster; Roc. No. 154: President, Thos. Leaity See., Patrick Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th rec. see. Joi|n Conlin; Tuesdays in Carnahan's hall. * * * $ $ Rossland, B. G.: Rossland ]No. 545 The Dalles, Ore. ; The Dalles Coun- President, E. C. Lockwood; oil No. 579: President, H. J. Mater; , , , roe. mo. P. J. Sullivan; flu. sec. R.J. Spokane, Wash,; Spokane Council Oorman. No. 73: President, W. Ft. Wallace; eo. sec. T. J. Smith; fin. see., It. Mahon. Genesee, Idallo, ; St. Aloysius Goun- . nil 1'o. 505: President, Josepl Haafur- Walls WaUa, Wash. ; St. Michael's thor; rec. and fin. see. Rev. R. S. Council No. 309: President, Joseph Keyser. Charrier; roe. sec. D. P. Hayes; fin. = = see. J. J. Wiokham. Victoria, B. G.; Segi|ers Council ,  No. 85: President, T. Fahay; reo. see. Butte, Mont. ; Ravalli Council No. S. A. Bantly; fin .see. W. W. Baine8 104: President, M. D. McSherry; re- $ $ $ cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill: fin. Kamloops, B. C. ; Kamloops Council see. P. G. Lynch. Meets every Thurs. o. 522: President, James Foley; day evening in Y. M I. Hall, 19 E. rec. and fin. see., John F. Smith. Quartz. $ $ $ Seattle, Wash. ; Seattle Council No. Portlaad, ()re.; Portlatid Council No. 492; President, William Michel; roe. 56: President, W," J. Gorcoran; rec. sec. F. M. Egan. Meets Monday 8 p. aec., J. Coffey m., Our Lady Good Help Hall. i t * ' that we extend to Sister hlonahan our most sincere sympathy in the loss of her beloved sister and be it further ANNITAL COMMUNIONS  RESOLVED that we send to Sister The ladies of tile Star of the Sea ?.fonahan a copy of these resolutions Court, W. O. O. F., and the members that a copy thereof be spread on the of the Young Men's Institute attended records of this court; and a copy there- holy communion in a body at the of sent to The Catholic Progress for church of Our Lady of Good Help at publication. the 8 o'clock mass last Sunday morn- MARGARET GRAVES ing. The ladies were present in sur- MAGGIE MAYOUCK prisingly large numbers, and their ap- ELLA O'KEEFE, pearance and orderly proceeding at- tracted particular attention. From ev- Oon|mir, tee. cry quarter of tne city and from the suburbs came the faithful members to The following resolutions were comply with the constitutional regula, adopted by Star o, the Sea Court, No. tion upon which membership ',primari. 510 W. C. O. F.,upon the death of the ly depends. Their faithfulness is ad- mother of Mrs. George Reiollenbaoh, mirable and must commend the socie- which occurred at Detroit, Mich., last ty to pastors and people, for if no such week. organization existed we would lack WHEREAS, God in His infinite many salutary influences that sucl a wisdom and mercy has seen fit to call body exerts. o her eternal rest, Mrs. Hanorah The Y. M. I. had a larger member- Hiekey, mother of our sister, Mrs. ship in line than at any time in the Minnie Reichenbael: and history of the society in Seattle. It WHERESA, the members of St,r of was a source of great plessuro to find the Sea Court No. 510, Women's Oatl- the beautiful custom adhered to as clio Order of Foresters reslize with faithfully as if it were an obligation, sorrow the irreparable loss sustained Associating acts of religion ith fra- by Sister Reiohenbaei in the death of ternal discipline strengthens the bond her beloved mother; now therefore, be of unity and fraternity and creates a it fellowship with the triple bond of ha- inanity, eligmn and sociability with- out which friendships are only fleet- ing. Tie mass was celebrated by the Rt. Rev. Bishop, and Father O'lrien di- rected the communicants in leaving the sanctuary rail so as to avoid con- fusion and disorder. At the meeting Monday eveniuga short pogram was rendered az  a qmet evening spent. The marriage ot one of the members, Mr. J. E. B. Reed, last week was the theme of hap- py comment, and all the boys were dis appointed that Brother Reed dd not give tl|em a tip on Sunday morning at least so that a reception could have been arranged in a few minutes to con- gratulate him. Y. M. I. men are mod- est and avoid display. The coming spring ball on April 20 will be a very pleasant affair, as all revious llke events have been. Every thing is in readiness and Cbristensen's hll will be the scene of beautiful desses and a happy throng on that night. Your friends should be there and if tl|ey are not let it not be through any neglect on your part. Invite your associates and those whmn you wish to enroll among your friends and as. sist them in having a delightful time on that evening. THE C. 0. F. RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. " The following resolutions were adopted by Star of the Sea Court, No. 510, Women s Catiolie Order of For- esters, upon the death of the sister of Mrs. Mary Monahan, a valued member of this Court. WHEREAS, It l|as pleased our heav- enly Father to call to her eternal re- ward the beloved sister of Mrs. Mary Monahan, a valued member of this RESOLVED by the members of Star of the Sea Court No. 510, Women's Catlolie Order of Foresters that we ex tend to Sister Reiehenbaoh and her family our hesrttelt sympathy in this bereavement; and be it further RESOLVED, tl|at a copy of these resolutions be sent to Sister Reichen- bach, a copy spread on the zecords ot the is Court,and a copy thereof sent t,, The Catholic Progress for pubheation. MARGARET GRAVES MARY PESSEMIER ELLA O'KEEFE, Committee. W HATCOM BE1,LINGHAM of Lilly, Bogardus & Co., and when these were succeeded by th Templin Feed Co. he still continued with them until about a year ago,when hc ac- cepted a position with the 13. B. Brew- ing Co. of this city. Mr. Kinder leaves a wife and one son to mourn his loss. Otto is uow at- tending the Marion-Sims Dental Col- lege in St. Louis, Me. His death was a sudden shock to his many friends as he seemed to have re- covered his usual good health, after being seriously ill for several months last year. May the Lord have mercy on his soul. Miss Marshall, of Seattle, attended the funeral of Mr. Kinder last week at Bellingham. James Cunningham made a flying trip to Puyallup and other Sound )oluts last week, returning on Wed- nesday. The members of Bellingham Court No. 1241 Catholic Order of Foresters, 'went to Holy Communion in a body last Sunday at 8 o'clock mass. Mrs. Dixon and daughter left on last Tuesday for Vancouver, B. C., to join Mr. Dixon who is in business there. Mrs. Mallahan is reported to be on the sick list at her home in South Bel- lingham. The Boast of President Smith. They called him Smith of Utah, For he bore that mysterious name, And he worked with cheer full many year A-multiplying the same. So he counted his brides on his fingers As he sat by his Mormon hearth, "Undoubtedly we are the people," said he, "For the Smilhs shall inherit the earth. "And why should the Browns and the Jonses For numerical conquest strive? I've children," said he,--"now let me see-- Some forty or forty-five. With a hundred and thirty grandsons i Of plentiful Mormon girth, There's joy to the kith of the tribe of Smith, bor they shall inherit lhe earth. "Let Rosevelt gasp in horror When I marry another bride, He dare not abuse whom he cannot aceuso Of racial suicide. I've sown with a Solomou's wisdom My seed in a land of dearth, And it's easy to see that it's owing to me That the Smiths shall inherit the earth." They (:ailed him Smith of Utah, For he bore that mysterious name, And he never would shirk the heaven. . sent work Of multiplying the same. He had texts from the Book of Mor- alert, t:[e had maxims of weight and worth, But the truest of all that he ever let fall Was. "Smiths shall inherit the earth." --Wallace h'win. Boy Choirs in Chicago Churches. Chicago pastors are l)reparlng to meet the suggestiou of the Holy Father Mr. J. S. Kinder died at his home at regarding church music by organizing 2118 J street at 11:30 p. m. on Easter boy choirs and training them to sing Sunday. after four days' illness of in- toe Gregorian music, so that when fiammation of the bowels. The funeral Archbishop Qulgley recommends the took place on Thursday in last week. change in music it can go into effect The remains were conveyed from his at once. The Archbiship said that he home to the Church of the Assumption would not tale any action upon the where Requiem High Mass was cole- matter until after he held a consul- brated by the Roy. Father Boulet. tattoo with his priests, as the appen- After the obsequies he was laid to dix to the original decree was issued rest in Bay View cemetery, followed for the purpose of allowing the Bish- by a large number of sympathetic ops time to arrange for the change of friends. Scheme Council, Order of music in the diocese so as not to incon- Pendo and the German Singing So- venienee unnecessarily the pastors of ciety of which he was a member, at- churches. Nevertheless, he referred tended the funeral in a body. The with satisfaction to the fact that many Womens Catholic Order of Foresters choirs' of boys are already organized also attended the funeral in a body. in the city for the purpose of making a The Mens Catholic Order of Foresters study of the Gregorian chant. went to the funeral to show their res- tn the Holy Name cathedral a boy pert for the Womens Catholic Order choir of seventy voices sung the Cre- el Foresters, of which Mrs. Kinder is gorian music at the servtces for the a member. The floral offerings were first time Sunday of last week. This numerous and beautiful, choir is con]posed of boys from ten to Mr. Kinder was born in Dantrice, fifteen years of age who have been West Prussia, Germany, on the 13th under the charge of Rev. David Mc- of April, 1861. He served as a soldier Donald since September. They are re- in his native country before he emi- hearsing now to sing the processionals grated to this country in which he ar- and all the Holy Week services in the rived in 1882, and settled for a time cathedral and will be ready in a few WE ARE NOW OFI{'ERIN G many Special iuducements while the work on our extensive Store extensions and iml)rovemcnts are going on,--as rapid Stock Re- duction is necessary in order to fa- (nlitate the work. As s expected, anumber of tie instru- ments are getting slightly dam. aged and will be seld at sharp re- ductions. We have a number of great bargains in such, and also shghtly used,Renting and Steond- hand Pianos, zanging from $167 up and Organs Irom $25. All will be sold on the most liberal terms and guaranted to be as represent- ed. Don't fail to see our Stock and get our prices on Pianos, Organs, Simplex Piano Players, Columbia T,lking Machines and small musical in- struments before you buy. D. S. Johnston Co. 90 Second Avenue, Burke But diag. ago by Bishop Muldoon and claims the distinction of being the first and only choir of the kind in Chicago. Fifty boys compose the surpliced portion and sing in the sanctuary while the antiphonal portion is composed of fifty girls who are stationed in the church gallery. Two of the German churches of that city have trained boys' choirs, St. Michael's and St. Paul's. Though not surpllced, the choirs number over one hundred boys in each. They are thor- oughly trained in the Gregorian chant and can sing the entire !iass. Another boys' choir just organized ts that of St. Cecilia's church. It num- bers about sixty pupils of St. Cecilia's school, trained by the Sisters of Mercy. They were organized by Father Kelly for the purpose of singing at the Len- a ten services, but will now continue to sing at all the church services. Byl the will of the late Mr. Patrick Burns, of Brookline. Mass., the sum of $1,000 ts left to the Free Home for Consumptives, Dorchester, and $500 to the IAttle. Sisters of the Poor of Bos- ton. On June 4 Rt. Rev. Bishop Canevin of IPttsburg, Pa., will attain the silver jubilee of his ordination to the priest. hood. He was ordained in St. Paul's Cathedral June 4, 1879, by Bishop Tuigg. How to Feel Comfortable. Well dressed persons feel comfort- able and on that account are always amiable. Any one can acquire the habit of being well dressed by giving attention to one or two points. It Is not necessary that one be extrava- gantly clad to be well dressed. One is well dressed when the clothing is adapted to the body no less than to the occasion. One's ocupation de- termines to a large degree what the quality of her clothing should be for every-day wear. but at no time is It well to wear ill-fitting garments for they get one into the habit of feeling uncomfortable and when that feeling possesses one her grace and youth rapidly depart. A dress fits well when the nether garments are trim and shapely. The bust is where the charm of figure lies and it is so well designed for beauty and display that it should have first attention. Ladies are now having their corsets as carefully fitted as they formerly did their dresses. In Seattle the Knettle Corset Company has popularized this idea and their customers are among l he best and TIMBER and TIMBER LANDS Some Choice Arid Land Claim Farm and Mineral Lands; r lmproved and Unimproved City and Suburban Property for sale. JOHN T. CASEY,406 PACIFIC BLK. /VI. WEINGRAFF LADIES' and GENTS' TAILORING. Suits made to order at lowest Prices Pants $5.00 and up. Cleaning, Dying, Pressing and Repair. ing. All work guaranteed ll9 Tlird Ave.,Oity, Pohue Main 366 ond avenue are favorite resorts be- cause tt is there that the ideal fit is guaranteed. A well fit garment wears better and looks new longer than one which loses its proportion by first los- ing its symmetry, from not fitting ex- actly. To dress well is something of a science. IN THE SUPEItlOlt COIIRT OF TIIE State of Washington for ;lng County. In the matter of the estate of Josephine O'Connor, deceased, lu prohate. No. 5239. Order to Show Cause Upon Petition for Sale of Real Estate. In the matter of this estate the Admlu- lstrator has filed herein his certified peti- tion praying for an order directing him to sell at public auction all the real property of said estate, and it appearing from such netltlon that there is no personal estate the hands of the adnlnlstrator, and no money whatever with which to pay the debts outstanding against the estate aud tae expenses of administration and the taxes upon the property of the estate, and that it is therefore necessary to sell or mortgage all er some portion of the real estate to provide funds for such adminis- tration : It Is therefore ordered that all persons Interested appear before this court at 1:30 p. m. of Thursday, March 24, A. D. 1904, then anff there to show cause why an or- der should not be granted to the adminis- trator to sell or mortgage all the real estate of the deceased, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay the debts and expenses of administration ; and that notice be given of this order by publication of a copy there- of for at least five sucees-l-ve eeks prior to said date in five successive weekly Issues of The Catholic Progress, a weekly newspaper of general circulation printed anti pub- lished in King County. Washington. one in open court this 16th day of Feb- ruary. A. D. 1904. W. It. BELL, Judge, ROBERTS & LEEHEY, Attorneys for Administrator. 705 New York Block, Seattle. Churn ot our Laay of Gooa Help. Third and Washington St. Rev. J. E. O'Brien, Rector. Rundy. 6a. m. 7 a. m;and 8 a.m. Low Mass. 9 a. m., Children's Mass, 10:30 a. m., High Mass. Vespers, Benediction with Instruo. (ion 7:80 p. m. Baptisms at 3 p. m. Sundays. Sunday Sehool after the Children's mass wiioh is at 9 o'clock. Week Days, Low Mass at 7 and 8 a. m. dull3. First Fridays, Mass at 6 and 7 a. m. with Sacred Heart devotions at 7:80 p.m. Mass at 8 a. m. on third Wednesday of the month for the members of the AI- tr Society. Altar Society meets at 3 p. m. on the third Wednesday of eacl, montiL SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Immaculate Conception Church. Broadway and Madison Str. Attended by Jesuit Fathers. Rev. A. Sweere, S. J., Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at ?:80 and 8:,110 a m. High Mass at lO:O a. m. tunday School, |:0 p. m. Sodality Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Evening Services, 7:0 p. m. Week Days. Mass at 6: and $:$0 a. n 8a=red Heart Church. Cornar Sixth and Bell Strte. Attended by the Redemptorit Fathers. Rer. Gea A. HIISL C. 88, R., R'toL R]GULAR SERVIC]S. Stmday. Low Mama at 6 and 8 a. m. High Mass and Sermon at 10:$0 a m. Children's Maim, 9:1. Sunday 8ehool after Children's MUL Services on Sunday evenings, 7:30 Baptisms, Sunday 4 p. m. most handsomely dressed ladies of the 6, 6:30 and 8:15 a.m. Last mass fol. lowed by Benediction of the Blessed city. Their fitting rooms at 915 Sec- Saorameut. Seattle College (Cor. Broadway and Madlson. JESUIT FATH ER. With elect Preparnte T I)tpartment for J un.t 8t udent:) It, ,-atalocue apply t=, THE PRESIDENT PROFESSOR MORRIN'S Modern Academy and Business College, Day and night school all year round. In addition to the Business Course, I Shorthand, Typewriting and Book- keeping, students are pzepared fox Federal and Municilml Civil Service Examinations, Steam, Civil and Eleo- 'trieal Surveying, Latin, German, French and Spanislt are taught. The GAELIC LANGUAGE is taught on Saturdays both day and niglt. No|. leered students a specialty. Terms moderate. 110 Fourth and Yesler Way. CONVENIENCE Electric light provides it at an, extremely low price; Eliminate= the necessity of matches; inuru an absence of smoke and odorn *guarantees a pure atmosphere The easiest method of ligK$iag.no )flame to ignite draperies c. oth 'inflammable material. , Free installation and free ro- newal of lamps. LIGHTING AND POWER RATES REDUCED. [HE SEATTLE i]LECTRIC CO. 907 FIRST AVE. PHOTO8 ENtARGED IN CRAYON, PASTEL, OIL AND WATER COLOR WALKER PORTRAIT AND PICIURE COMPANY J. A. WALKER ManalllN'. PICTURE8 OF ALL KIND8 FRAMED PICTURES, FRAM8 MADE TO ORDER, EASEL $, ETC Studio and Saltmroocn: 44 Third Acenue. 8eatUo, Wash. A$nt Consulaire de France Avocst J. B. JOUJON-ROCHE ATTORNEY AT LAW 520 BAILEY BLDG- SEATTLE, U. , A i| Seattle Woolen Compani- Manufacturers and Dealers in Woole Qoods and Blankets Manufacturers of Miners' and Lumt men's Clothing. Flannel Overalrta add Un- derwear t Mackinaw Clothlns, Bm ]Ball aad ymnas]um ults. 1117 FIRST AVENUE. The Puget Sound Navigation Co. STR. ALICE GERTRUDE leaves Lilly & Bogardus dock Sundays, Tues. days and Thursdays at 19 midnistht for Port Townsed, Port Williams, Dnnau. hess, Pysht, Olallam and Noah Bay. Returning, leat ee Port Angeles Tu- days, Thursday and Saturdaysat 5 a.m STR. ROSALIE leaves Lilly d Be gardus dock Mondays, Wednesdays and 1N TIlE StTP]RIOR COl'ST OF TItE St;ttt of Vaslington. ['or King County. ] Probate. In the mttter of the estate of Daniel (urran, (leeoased. N,), :1579, Order AppQittlng Time for Settlement of Account and Directing No- tice of Llte Same. lit the matter of this estate the d- mlnlstrtm" has oz) this day rendered and presented for settlement and filed in this ('otrt hi8 final account n8 such udminlslrutor, together with zt I)etitiur f,)r his final discharge as admiaistrlttor. ]t is ordered that Thursday. the 5th day (,f May A, 1") 190.1. at the hour of 1:30 o''lok P. M.. nt the court room of l.)el)artment No. 4. of tlis court. In /be court hotse )t' King (ounty, in tile City oi' Sentt]e, Vushlngtotl, T)e tLPl)Olat- e,] as the time tnd Dlaco for the settle- meat )f said uceount and fez- hearing of sIme, and th,tt nott('e Of t]lo same shall be given l)y posting notices its three cf the most 1)uhl/c l)laces ill Klllg County, und by Iml)]lshing a similur tot ce iu the Oath,)lic ]togress. )t weekly news- / TO ST. LOUIS FAIR. J Sunday of the nxonth. The Northern Pacific will make/ Gentlemen's Sodality meets a 8 p. special round trip rate of $67.50 from m. on the Wednesday preceding the Seattle and other Puget Sound Points 4th Sunday of the month: to St. Louis and return, from May to Boys' Sodality meets at 7:80 p.m. October Inclusive. For all particulars on the Thursday preceding the 8d.Sun- call on or address any N. P. Agent. ] dy of the month. A. Nadeau. General Agent, Seattle. Thee L. O. B. A. meets on the 1st and 8d Monday at 8 p. m. in Sodality hall. Sacred Heart Court, O. O. F. mees at8p. m. onthe2d and 4th Monday in Sodality hall. Week Daxs. Fridays at 1 midnight forPort Town- Week Day Masses. 6 a. m. 8:15 a. m. send, Pozt Williams, Dungeneu, Port Is( Fiday, Mass and Exposition at Angeles, Crescent, Gettysburg, Pyabt, Clallam. Leaving Port Ange]en 5 am. Monday, Wednesday, Frday; arrive Seattle 9:80 p. m, Sodalities. STR. Lydia Thomlon leaves Lilly & Young Ladies Sodality meets a 8 p. Bogardus Dock Sundayn, Tuendayand m. on the Tuesday preceding he 1st Thursdays at 12 mdmght for Port Sunday ot the month, Townsend, Riol.ardson, Argyle, Lopez, Friday Harbor, Roche Harbor, Deer' Married Ldies Sodality meets at Harbor, West Sound, Oreas, Griswohl. 3:80 p. m. on the Wednesday preeed- East Sound, Newhall Olga, Fatrhavm ing the 2d Sunday oi the month, and Whateom. Girls' Sodality meets at 3:80 p.m. STR, PROSPIR leaves Lilly & Be. on the Wed-esday preceding the 3d gardus dock daily, except Sunday, 8 a. m. for Port Madison, Kingston, Por Gamble, Port Ludlow, Fort Finia- l ler and Port Townsend Ret'nR. I H P _. any__ / ort Townsend 6 p.m. Sunday tr/l leaves Seattle 8 a. m- for Port Town. |send direct RetarinleavesTownmd 1 p, m. for Seattle. Alaska Steamship Co. SEATTLE-PC liT TOWh'SEND.VIO. TORIA ROUTEFrom plerlo. 1, foot of Yenler way. STEAMER WHATCOM leaves daily, except Sunday, 8:80 a. m. Returning ST. MARYS' PARISH. leaves Victoria da]ly exoept Sunday, (0th & Jackson ) 7:80 p. m. Sunday Servieae:-- ToteWill call at Angeles on trip Low Mac8 at 8:80 a.m. leaving Victoria Saturdsy, High Mass at 10:80 a.m. Steamers and Schedules subject to Sunday School, change without notioe, Boys at 2:00 p, m. Oharles E. Peabody, Mgr., Girls at :3:45 p. m, 607 FJrd Ave. 'Plone: Sunset Main 57: Ballard. Rev. G. ACHTERGAEL, Purer. Initiatory steps have been taksn by Sunday--Low ma at 8 a. m.; the Catholics ia the vicinity of Butt. high mass at 10.0 a, m. rills, La., looking to the building of Benediction--4 p.m. a small church edifice.  Week dayz-Low man at P e, m. --'A-contract has been ..... closed- -for the-" erection of a new $40,000 church at The old edit now being Oourt; and in Cleveland, O. Shortly afterward he months to sing tho entiro Mass should patter of re,eral (drcu]ation Itrinted a.ad WHEREAS, The members of 'Star moved to California and made his the decree go Into effect by that time 1)llb]tshe(]ill three successive|U Kitg County,188ue.q thereof\\;Vashingtlt'l)rlor Of the Sea Gourd, W. C. O. F., de0ply sympathize with Sister Monahan in homo in Santa Barbara, whez:e, he mar- in this. Archdiocese. to said dtte 1)one Ix-= open court and dated this 14th this her bereavement; now therefore, ried Miss Annie l'tiee of . Armagh, St. Charles' Church has one ot the day ,)f A))ril. A. D. 1904. be it Mr. Kinder was a ran largest sur choirs in Chi- z. ii by the members of Star but by the of God and ease. It was over a for t ' ' 71