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l'tiE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. 7 $ TACOMA Special Correspondence of The atholic Pogless. The l,adies' Auxiliary to the A. O. 1t. gave (me of their most enjoyable card parties Monday evening, which was well attended. Progressive pedro was played till a tte hour, iirsl prize being carried off by Mr. James Lynch and Miss Mary O'S,lily, while the consolalion fell to the k)t of Mr. Cha. Bell and Mrs. Curley. Refreshments were I hen served, after which all started for home, looking forward lo their next I)arty, which will occur tile second Monday of May. The funeral of Mrs. L,ottie Har- ins, wife of Charles Harkins, a well- sown merchant of Buckley, took place Thursday morning, at 8:30 o'clock from St. Aloyisius Church. leaving Buckley at 10:19 a. m. The remains were taken to Tacoma for interment in St. George's cemetery. A large class of boys and girls re- ceived their First Holy Communion at St. Leo's Church Snnday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Holy Communion was administered by Very Rev. Father Hylcbus, assisted by Father Malley. It was very edifying to see how one and all had 1)repared themselves to receive "Him" whom tlmy had so longed to sheller. Tile funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marbach was hehl Tuesday morning from Mellinger's chapel. Interment was in Rigney Catholic cemetery. Elaborate preparations are being made for the l.. A. to A. O. H. dancing party which is to lake place Tuesday, April 26, at Parker hall. Invntations may be had ef Miss Margaret Cost,l- Ie or from any of the members, on application. Mass was celebrated Sunday morn- ing at St. Patrick's Shurch for the re- pose of the soul of the late Mrs. Dar- rington, mother of Mrs. John M. Boyle and Mrs. Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gallaghcr and John Cannon of Seattle, came to Ta- coma Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lottie Harkins. Mr. Oswald Foley went to Bucoda Saturday. Mr. James McKeown and family will move into their new home at 4828 N. Gore Street, Monday. The arrival of a nine-pound boy was announced April 6 at the home of Mr. Editor Catholic Progress. Dear Sir--In reading the beautiful tribute of honor The Catholic Pie- gross pays to tim late Miss Anna G. Hagerty of Tacoma, I am surprised that the correspondent failed to inform you of some otlmr touebing and essen- tialty Catholic features of the tuaer- al services. Very Roy. Father Hyle- bos, V. G., offered the tIoly Sacrifice of tile Mass for tile deaeased, and gave the last absolution in St. LEG'S church Besides the l)arcuts and those mo],- tioued in the correspondence, i he members of the Sodality of the Bles- sed.\\;rirgin, of St. Leo's churcl|, of which tim late Miss Hagerty had been a distinguished and devoted member, attended in a body, weariug their in sigma, and nil who posmbly leave their various employments accompan- ied tim remains of their deceased friend aim co-member to the C,tholio cemetery in their own carriages. Rev. J. Mally, spiritual director of the, So- dality, performed the last funeral rites at tile grave. A Friend. CARD OF THANKS. The Sisters of the Visitation offer their sincere thank0 to tile Ladies Auxihary of the Hibernians for their generous :gastor donation. PUYALLUP Roy. Father Mally of Tacoma, was Ih.. guest of Father Fisher Tuesday. Mrs. Maurice Dargan was buried from All Saints Church Monday morn- ing. Requiem Mass was sung I)y tile Rev. Father Fisher. The choir was :assisted by Mr. P. Kanfer of Tacoma. The decca;(,d was the mother of Thom- as Dargan and was beloved by all who knew her. The remains were laid to rest in Woodbine cemetery. '. , * Mrs. J. T. Reiliy returned Sunday morning fronl Iowa, where she had been called by lb, illness and death of Mr. Reilly's mother. . s It Miss Jessie Mcl,ean came home from White River last Saturday. Miss Anna Kennedy is still confined to her room in St. Joseph's Hospital. The Catholics of Puyallup mourn with the church in general in losing so noble and zealous a priest as the late P. C. A. Winter, of White River. tte was beloved by old and young not alone by Catholics, but by all who had the happiness to know him. Always considerate of each and every one's wellfare, both spiritual and temporal. May he now be resting in Eternal Hap- The Parochial Residence is progres- sing nicely and will soon be completed. The Easter services at All Saints and Mrs. Harry Harkins. Mother and Church were beautiful and well at- boy are doing well. tended, the church being crowded. High Mass was sung by the local A large number of candidates will choir, assisted by Mrs. J. A. Fradette be initiated into the secrets of Hi- and James F. O'Brlen, both of Ta- bernianism Sunday, April 17. i coma. Mrs. Fradette acted as or- ganist and Mr. O'Brien, besides helping Mrs. Patrick McOloin 'ntends to go ()tit wonderfully in the chorus work, to Minneapolis, Minn., tbe latter part sang during the Offertory, Bordese's of this month to visit friends. beautiful O, Salutaris. II . $ J The Broadway Social Club gave its Miss Jesstc McLean returned to her first party and dance at Woodmen' home last Saturday after an absence hall Wednesday evening. It was well of three months. attended by the members of the club. The arrangements committee was as WHITE RIVER follows: Joe Wells, B. M. Kirchner F. J. Meyer and J. F. Gorzelanezky. White River, April ]2, 1904. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Donnelly are re- Miss McLane returned last Friday jolcing over the arrival of another boy. to her home in Puyallup. I I The Lady C. O. F. will receive Holy Miss Marguerite ttarn and Mis Communion in a body at 8:30 Sunday Katherine Culotte, who are attending morning at St. LeG's. business college in Seattle, spent Sun- day at their respective homes at this Officer Casey, who was so brutally )lace. beaten by Emil Jemssen, is able to . , take up his beat again. Capt. O'Phelan and Mrs. Costello of K. of C.  (Special Correspondence.) At the regular meeting of Tacoma Council of K. of C., last Tuesday even- / ins, a very entertaining and instruc- tive lecture was delivered by J. H. Kano of Seattle Council. Mr. Kane after complimenting the Council on its manner of conducting the work of the order, took for his subject, "Good Gee- p, ernment and Good Statesmanship," and handled it in such a way as to elicit frequent applause. At its con- uslon several remarks were made bearing on the topic, for the purpose of directing the attention of the members towards the attainment of the end set forth--the education of young men to be good statesmen. The Knights of Tacoma Council are to be congratulated for the efforts they are making to cultivate the lecture field among themselves, and they high- lyappreciate and extend thelr hearty tllanks to Brother Kane for the sac- rifice he made in coming over to assist them in their work. Before closing the work of the even- ing a cold lunch was served which was enjoyed by all. SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. Kent, visited friends at O'Brien last week. $ a $ Misses Anna and Josephine Johnson of Seattle spent Sunday at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. Johnson. The White River chool opened last Monday after a vacation of two weeks. s . Since the fishing season opened, Mr. Sharkey's ditch is lined every evening with a jolly crowd of loys and girls, all eager to see who'll get the first bite. BALLARD BALLARD, April 12.Tim first of the series of card parties was held Wednesday evening in the parisl hall. Mrs. A. J.Bourgette acted as hostess. The winners of tim evening's prizes were: Mrs. A. Smith, ladies 1st prize, and Mr. Emil Hammill, gentlemen's lstprize. Next Wednesday evening Mrs. D, Lutz will entertain. Mr. T. Ginnotty, who died at his home 2924 6tl| aveneu, Seattle, has many friends m this city who were grieved to learn of his sadden death, IN I AND 2 LB. SEALED TINS ONLY ;and who wish to extend their sincere sorrow to his widow in 'this her sad hour of bereavement. Mrs. Thos. Fowles, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. MoSorley, will leave Wonday evening for the east. Mrs. Fowles goes as a delegate to the W. G. O. F. eonventiml in Minneapolis, and Mrs. MeSorley, who has been ill for some time, is taking the trip for her health. . II Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fowles were tendered a tlmrough suH)risc party on Mouday evening by tlleir many friends who walked iu on them lades with all kiuds of good tbins. Much credit is due to those who had the affair iu charge as the arrangements were com- pier, in every detail. Progressive whist was played and a short im. p[oml)tu progx'an was rendered and a thoroughly good time enjoyed by all present. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs Monde, Mr. and Mrs. TomDkins, Mr. andMrs. Monahau,Mr. and Mrs. Dickeus, Mr. and Mrs. O'. Silos, Mr. affd Mrs. Billsbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Fowles, Messrs. Busquo, Mc- Donnell, Flaherty, T. Flaherty, Wick- ert and Horsan, Mrs. Creese, Mrs. Cons, Mrs. Shappee, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Flaherty, and tim Misses Smitlh Hamill, Decker, Pander,Wickert, Bren- nan,and Nellie Brennan. POPE CELEBRATES MASS IN ST. PETER'S. A Condeneed Report of the Celebra. ties of St. Gregory's Day. ROME,April 1 l.--For the first time since his oononation Pope Pius X went to St. Peter's to say mass in celbra. tion of tim thirtem|tb centennial of St. Gregory the Great, who died in 604, A.D. It is estimated that 70,000 persons were in attendance. By spe. eial request no other demonstration was made than the waving of handker- chiefs as the Holy Father was borne into the magnificent church. "Chris Emfis' priwite life was with- out a stain He was a devout Roman Catholic and from his boyhood his was a career of religious fervor. His faith was implicit und sublime, fie knew his God as surely as he knew tt|e beauteous sturs or splendid sun. No lingering (toubt disturbed his bohcf in the divinity of Jesus Cirist anda fu- ture state of eternal Ifliss. To him death was the gateway to an eternity ) . ef purity, serenity and joy, "Thus ne closed his I)riof earthly] career at a time grievously 1)remature[ to his tinnily and to his friends, but [ nnder circumstances not wanting in IJ precious coasolations. He had so lived : i as not to fear death, which came to , :him like a ooaceful slmnber. Although not a laggard in the race for wealth, he gained yet a richer inheritance, and dying loft the partner of his life and lmme dowered with the fragrance of an exen,plary life, and his clfildren rich iu the patrimony of iris stainless seine. ' ) REFORMATION REVIEWED (Continueil from Page 1.) them, that formerly had sent the Apostles to the uttermost ends of the earth, and the Christians of the first ages to seek death with pleasure, ani- mated her children now to cross the oceauie trail barks to communicate the blessings of Christianity to the in- labitants of those regious winch the genius of Columbus had buts few years before discovered. To look at the surface of thiugs wo would imag iue that mdy days of peace and pros- 1)erity were iu store for tim Church such a had never been lmr lot before. Thac now, after the tremendous strug- gles she had survived, no one could i dispute her claims again. But the 'greatest struggle Was yet to come, her i contest]with that movement known in history as the Protestaut Reformation. i Tile origin of the Reformation is fa- miliar to you all. On tim 3tst day of October, 1517, Martin Luther, a monk of the Augustinian order, published certain tlesos against indulgences. and before fifty years had elapsed but o)|e country of Nortl|ern Europe re- maiued faitllful to the Sea of Rome. In many parts of Soutl,eru Europe the spirit of revolt was rife,and for a time it was uncertain whether or not tim Oburci could retain m ttmm hAr as- cendency. Prussia, both Hessias, Wurtemberg,Saxony, Hanovm, the Pal- atine of the Rhiue, part of Poland, Holland. Denmark, Sweden, England, Sco]tand, a portion of Switzerland and parts of France had renounced not oa- ,y their allegiane to the See of Rome but all of thetL, with tim exception of England, rejected nearly every point of doctrine that the Church of Rome had for 1500 years held up to the be licf of mankind, as truths revealed by God hlmself. Hat the Reformation The Sistine clmir directed by Ahbe Perosi together with Maestro Rella who bad been its organizer and m: straotor for tho rendering of tim Greg- orian chant on this occasion. 1,200 youths of nearly every nattonaltiy, race .nd color, belonging to tim eoole- clesiastioal colleges of Rome, were at'- ranged around the throne, as also was the choir which consisted of the Bene- dictine monks. Tim uniforms of fle guards and tim gorgeous attire of the cardinals made a bright assemblage. The enthusiasm of the Romans and the interest of vis- itors made the oelebratmu the-%ne top- iv of discussion in every quarter of the city. Plans have been drawn for tile erec- tion of a parochial school and hall at Salem. O. The new building will be of brick and cost about $8,000. Thirty-five converts were the imme- diate fruits of a week's mission to non- Catholics which was held recently in the Church of the Holy. Rosary, New York. It was in charge of Roy Xavier Sutton, the Passionist. DEATH OF A PIONEER ( Continued from Page one.) essteemed'and best beloved citizen of this community. His was inde-d a splendid character, not adorned by fretted work, but plain, clean an strong. Mr. Ennis was a kindly, generous, t|onestand virtuously religious man. His life was rounded out by kindness and love for all men. His hospitality flowed in a generous stream. His purse was open to all in need, 'his pity gave 'are charity began.' Ite delighted to do good and sought opportunities for its accomplishment. Tim happiness of others was dearer to him than his own. In every fiber of his being be was an honest man. His word was his brnd and those who knew him best required of him no other security. In his intercourse with his fellow men he sought to do right by them and to deserve right from them and when he finished his career lie left not an en- emy on emth. "His great heart was consecrated to his family. His affection for his wife and children was ideal. His was the home of peace, confidence and conteof meat. No vain vision of glory or am- bition ever lured him from the luster of his fireside or won him away from the calm delights of his hearthstone" His home was tbe abiding place of all the domestic virtues- " 'The spot where angels find a rest- ing place When, bearing blessingsthe descend to earth,' , rejected merely one or other article of faith,its rapid success would not be so surprising, nor would it have baon wthout its precedent ia history. But it attacked the very Con'stitutiou of the Church. It elinfinated all tim ele- ments that lind hill)otto been consid- ered as essential to Clristmnity and that had distinguishes it from pagan- ism, and yet its work was accomplish- ed in less than half a century. Tlmus. ands who had in their early and ms. ture years assisted with devotion at tim Sacrifice of tim Mass, received the Sacraments of the Cl.urch, believed as she did and were w.qling to give their lives in defense of tlieir faith, went to their graves in the firm persuasion tlmt lmr doctrines were idolatrous, her practieos superst|tious, and that, with- in her pale salvation was impossible. How was the change accomplished? llow did it liappen tlmt daring fifty years the Protestant movement was triumphant, ;lat it then suddenly stopped and ceased to make any fur- ttier progress? Since it is to be remem- bered tliat tim limits of Protestantism in J=urope are the same today tlmt they were half acentury after the Reformation. How was its onward eourse arrested ? These are questions that have re. eeived and are receiving every day different answers according to the light in which they are viewed. Continued next week. ) BOARD and ROOMSFrst Glass Board, well furnished rooms, aIl the comforts of a home,-Prices reasonable. Mrs. Atom Sullivan, Phone Red 465.I02 5th,Cor. Loners JAMES J. GODFREI ATTORNEY AT LAW 'Phones, Main 896 63d-5 Peoneer Building Indtp, X 2086. EATTLE WASH. FOR RENTLarge,flne front room with grate, hot and cold water, suita- ble for two persons, close in. 415 Sixth &yen THE WONDER MILLINERY STORE ae displayiug a choice aseortment of Latest lmts, Large Picture Hats of chiffon and fancy braids, also smaller shapes iu the Gage and othor de- signs. If you are thinking of purchas- ing seasonable hats) give us a call. 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