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"rprasKT -- . -t-ii.Tri ,),i ,n ., ifuu , lf.--,nwrw v.;Taqx;4aggPVV.;f vuv .' v Wl 4 J J 1? fmjr.O J JiL.'H H."7 !' 1.1, tp r s THE OHIOAQQ EAGLE, 3ATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1910. THE RESURRECTION. 1 ll llf ! 4 i , 'JSM MfB .-f , cJbbbbbbW '' ' ''Wf' knaaaaaaaaavanaaaaaaaaV 1-1 ' ' idBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw HARRY J. Popular Democratic Candidate Who Deserves EAQLETS. Benjamin F. Rlcholson Is rtunllfled In every way (or a Beat on the Superior court bench, and his nomination by the Republicans will prove a popular one. Harry J. Coleman deserves the votes of all good citizens for alderman In the Sixth Ward. He Is the kind of a man the people need In the council and all voters, Irrespective of party affiliation, should rally on Ills can didacy. No abler or more popular lawyer can be nominated by the Republicans for Judge of the Superior Court than Benjamin F. Rlcholson. John J. Coburn haB to his credit as a lawyer a long and brilliant record, and his election as Judge of the Su perior Court will place on that bench one of the ablest and most fearless men that have ever sat upon It. Benjamin F. Rlcholson, the able and well known attorney, would grace a seat on the Superior Court bench. Alderman .William E. Dever Is one of the ablest, most aggressive and most fearless men that have ever been in the City. Council. His re-election by the people of the Seventeenth Ward Is a certainty. John E. Kehoe, the brilliant and highly respected lawyer, would make a grand Judge of the Superior Court. No man In Illinois stands higher In MATT A. MUELLER J. OOLOMBIBWSKI President E. WITHALL Trewiiwr Secretary TILIPHONI YARDS 700 Lake Building Material Company i lifcfcuii AND CRUSHED STONE Plasters, Lath, Sand, Sewer Pipe, Etc. OFFICE AND YARD: 2144 WEST 47th STREET, CHICAGO QBRAQHTY eft CO. Staff M Mtf aUMM MmM aatf OiMth JlfM 41 La Jafa Sfrttt, PARAGON Boiler Compound 8151 Cornell Avenue CHICAGO SIDNEY McCLOUD, Manager SSSSSSSSHSSSJSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSShSaSSSSPHBHBHBSSSSSaWa COLEMAN, for Alderman In the 8ixth Ward to Be Elected. the estimation of the people than for mer United States Senator Albert J. Hopkins. His clean and brilliant ca reer has won for him the admiration of everybody. The nomination of Harry Hlldreth for County Treasurer by the Demo crats would prove a popular one. The re-election of Alderman William E. Dover In the Seventeenth Ward by a big plurality Is predicted on nil sides. John J. Coburn has earned by his brilliant record as a lawyer an election to the Superior Court' bench. Clyde A. Morrison, the popular law yer and assistant City Attorney, would prove a strong candidate 'on the Re publican ticket for Judge of me Su perior Court. Albert G. Wheeler can justly be proud of his grand record aa a finan cier and a business man. Benjamin F. Rlcholson will prove a popular and a winning candidate for Superior Court Judge on the Re publican ticket. Andrew J. Ryan, the well known and highly esteemed lawyer and former city attorney, would .make a grand judge of the Superior Court. John E. Owens, the popular and bril liant lawyer and former city attorney, would make a splendid Superior Court judge, and his nomination by the Dem ocrats would prove a strong one. CCflf JM. Oh, stars of morn with radiance softly lioamlnp. Speak to my foul and ay . What tliou ill(!t !co when nit the world ,l.iy di-pomlnc At dnwii of yon blot tiny. "We saw from lirmen tlie holy own do xccndlng Spei'dlnj: nt loe' l)cliot. Gtadnp", and Joy, and adoration blend- lllfT In wondrous iorlip lilot. "We nv (lie mnjotty of Ond irve.illng Dominion o'er death' sway As L'lirNt nroc lilt, glorious mission senllnc , That reMtricctlon day. ' "And jet we watch a cnvelc. world still idrenmlnn A angels (onio nnd go White tlint Mronjr loving sight Is ever gleaming O'er nil the world below." S. Jean Walker. CHURCH OF HOLY SEPULCHRE. traaste Plrlnre Which the Traveler Seen In Jeranntem, A celebration of Knitter Day nt the tomb of the Living Christ in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, nt Jerusalem, gives to Christians of every age, sect nnd country a thrilling experenco never to he forgotten. Throughout all of Holy Week the nar row, winding streets of the Holy City are thronged with a strange mixture of races, nations and tongues, all drawn there by a common Impulse nnd a univer sal faith In the fundamental truth of Christ's resurrection, without which the Christian's faith is Indeed vain. Christians, of the Latin rite, adherents of the Oraeco-ltusslan Orthodox Church, Copts nnd Armenians. Syrians mid Abys sinian, believers In the various denomi nations of Protectant Christendom, nre strangely blended In these ancient high ways with Jews and Mohammedans, while everywhere are tljo Turkish sol diery, stationed at the holy places through nn alleged desire on the part of the government to keep the. pence among the Christians 1 Devotional Interest in the different stages of the Passion of Christ leads pil grims to visit, hi turn, the garden' of Gctlisemnuc, with Its anetent olive trees; THE HOLY SCPULCtinC. the prison into which Our Lord was led, the monastery now covering the floor1 of the houso of Pontius Pilate, and every step of the Via Dolorosa, that narrow way upon which the Savior fell under the weight of the cross. The great cere monies of Palm Sunday, of Maundy or Holy Thursday, and Easter Sunday nre In, or just without, the Church of -the Holy Sepulchre, that ancient church which guards the tomb of Christ nnd the rock of Calvary; the church that was built by the Emperor Constantlne and for which the Crusaders fought and died. This church is a lofty structure of limestone, of a yellowish tint, the main building surmounted by a dome little less In size than that of our national cnpitol. The church was erected on tile sloping hillside, and a chapel at otic side of the church, rising higher than the res: of the building, rests upon the very rock of Calvary, where the cross of Our Sa vior stood. Convents and monasteries adjoin the church, and It Is fronted by a court, upon which, nearly two thousand years ngo, the people stood afar off and watched the nwfnl tragedy of the world's redemption. Entrance to the church is through an arched doorway of generous height ami lending Into a large square vestibule, or Inner porch. In the center of this space lies the stone of unction, so called from the tradition that upon this stone the body of Our Lord was laid when Joseph of Arimathon and Nlcodenius "wound it THE INVENTOR OF aBTaVLLwLlUaBalaflLVlCsl J n1HB!-HhHlsH) ", itnBBBBBBBBiaBBBBBBaiaPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlV VSSXSSj'-Mtr' , ' rsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV'' ' ""MsalllllllllWjfWV: '::-:Cte " aBaaaaaaaaaaVLBaaaaaaaaaaaaaV Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:f V BaV saaaasaaaaaaaCV LBBBBBBBflaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBalBBBBBBBBBBBBHrV' IbBBBBBBBBBBBbK ' Y i 1BBBbHbBBBBBBBBBBBbB EfiHMjfc's? TlkT'iaiflk:'''' ' 'LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbRjb?X BPJVHPB VWJ( bbbbbbbbWl'' S ILbbbI1bbPJ X BBEBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP '".tlPEL' ' ' tWi',.My-vy',' f, "TTbWbbbb-kK t,-:-Mii&6M ' ... ii '-f nr-T1";;-"". .! i .i !.,, , in linen cloth, with the spices." This stone Is n sccic of marble of roseate tint, rectangular In shape'. It Is about eight feet In length and is about four feet wide, standing some four Inches above the floor. Masshc candles arn grouped together at cither end of this sa end slab and pilgrims nproaeh It with every outward demotix;rntlon of v venera tion and ropect. Somc'lmvo been known to cut out strips of cloth, according to the exact dimensions of the stone, rub bing the cloth upon It, afterward taking the cloths with them to their hpmwr nn,d country for use as winding sheets when death shall claim them for the life be yond the grave. The Inner circumference of the church building Is fitted up with brilliantly dec orated chapel of the various divisions of Eastern and Western Christendom. A spacious and vaulted aisle connects these with the great central rotunda Info which they open. In the exact center of this rotunda rises the tomb of Our Lord, the Holy Sepulchre itself. It is n marble structure, bearing every evidence of great antiquity nnd looking more like a mortu ary chntiel than the tomb described In Scripture as hewn out of a rock. Its di mensions indicate. nhclght of thirty feet, depth of twenty-five feet nnd a width of seventeen, feet. Quaint lamps of brass, with globes of different colors, nre sus pended fioni the alabaster top of lh. tomb nnd It Is further adorned with oil paintings. Grouped around the entrance arc mas sive golden candlestick, bearing deco rated, candles, some twelve feet in length. The flickering flame of these tall lights Illumines In a fitful manner the gloomy splendors of this great church. Passing between these rows of candles the pilgrim enters beneath a low arched Lloor into the vestibule of the tomb, in the center 01 which rises a marble column about three feet high, In the top of which Is Inserted a piece of stone which trnd'tlou declares to be a portion of the roek that was rolled away from the door of the sepulchre on the night of the Res urrection. The stonewalls of the1 tomb arc heavy nnd thick rind thb sba66 within very limited in extent, scarcely holding more than four or five persons at one time. To the right of the entrance n white marble slab is set Into the wall and resting on an upright slab some four feet In height. Upon this ptfre white stone Itself, or ledge, the sacred body of the Itcdecincr is supiwsed to havo rested until His glorious resurrection from the dead. This is the object of chief Inter est to all visitors and pilgrims, many of the latter mingling sobs and tears with their prayers. Children Easter. It was the Saturday before Easter, nnd the children all ran out to the barn to hunt eggs, with Egypt, the tamo crow, hopping after them. Nan ny was sure there must be several dozen eggs in the hen house, Billy thought the haymow was the best place to And them, nnd Kitty said she had seen old Topknot flying out from Dobbin's manger. Egypt said nothing, but I rather think he knew as much about the nests as they did. Egypt was a sly -old fellow. He liked buttons and pennies, but ho had the grentest fancy for pins. He would pull them out of every plii cushion in the house when he could get a chance, so you might search through room THB EASTER BONNET. after room, and not come across a single pin. Nobody knew what he did with them all. He was fond of eggs, too, ana i am arraia this was the rea son that the children had such a long mini ror them, and found so few. At lB8t they Climbed tin tha Inn ladder into the mow. Tho hay was Piled almost to the roof and mri tho windows. It was so dark that anny and Kitty were a little bit afraid, but Billy went first, flounder ing along in the hay, Just as you wade through a snow drift. "Guess there are nests on this beam," said Billy, "but it's so dark I can't seel I'll feel." In went Billy's hand, and out it came n a second, with a loud "Ow!" "It's hornets or. yellow-jackets or something!" he screamed. "Fetch the oarn lantern, Kit. and I'll knock 'em out!" Kitty brought the lantern, and then ran to the other side of the barn, for fear of tho yellow Jackets. Blllv held the lantern over his ear and peeped in. What did he see? Not hornets, but pins. He had run his hnnrl Into v.rvnt'm own little "hldy-hole," where the sly little rogue had laid away a whole pue oi nis ravortte treasures. No won der they pricked like hornets. But what the queer old bird was saving them for I never knew. The Oar After Easter. Raster most la here. Ilully (ieet Ain't that fine I Hut the day after Is the time When doctor's hills nd candy pills And all them things como In Tniiie when I take my eggs on Monday (That's the dny right after Hunilay). And roll 'em down those great big hills. Home of 'em breaks, and then I tills myself so full of them That doctor's hills fond candy pills And stomachache nnd awful chills Am all them things comes In. Raster In Oar Hearts. Our lives are too often graves in which the best possibilities of moral and Spiritual beauty and strength lie sleeping. Perhaps not one of us is living at his best. There are better things In pur soul than have been nrougnt out. There Is more love lying In our heart svmnathv. eomnuiinn gentleness, helpfulnessthan has yet been called out Into service. There are undeveloped possibilities ot useful ness m everyone s neart ana hand. Many of our lives, are like the trees In orchards and forests all over thn'ian these early spring days, waiting for the warm sunsmne and gentle rains to call out their follaire nnri frnttat wa .! tlie warm south wind of God's love ana or the Holy spirit to woo but the blessed nosslbllltles in our llv w need Easter In our hearts, a resurrec tion which shall cause us to arUe and shine and put on our beautiful gar ments. J. R. Miller, D. D. Foreign Blister Custom. Ou Easter, Russian children receive nresents as our children do nn Phrlwtmna On Easter Monday people go about kiss ing reiaiive, menus ana acquaintances nnd exchanging eggs. These nro some times very beautiful ones of glass and porcelain, and are filled with sugar plums nnd presents. In Snnin nconle crntlier In ilm . nt Eastet time shooting at stuffed 'fig ures oi duuus iscariot. In Ireland children play a game railed "Itunchlnir Eras." This Is ulnvnA ...1.1. a pan filled with sand or sawdust, which is ui uii u iiioie around winch tho chil dren stand, each supplied with eggs. Tho ciscs of coch iilnter are nil nt nna aIa. mid are unlike tlioo of the other play ers, i mi uujrci oi uio game is ror each player to so place tho eggs standing up right In the sand as to bring five in a row tnuchins each other. In turn nu..i. .,!,.... pulls down nn egg, sometimes filling out a Until ST SM SnHunlJ .4 4 Ail..... . un, iui im 11.1, .ii uuiyrs cutiing ore the line of nn opponent, Tho ono who first succeeds In obtaining the desired row calls out: "The raven, chough und crow. Lay flvo In a row." Hauler llnblilt Search, For the little folks a rabbit search would' be new and Interesting. The rabbits are the little biscuits In rabbti shnpe which all grocers' keep around Eastertlme, 'Or rabbit shapes, falling the others, can be cut from paper with a few rabbit cookies mingled with them, and hidden instead. Qive the children lit tle bags of brown" paper, muslin or linen in which to collect the bunnies. The prize can be an Easter rabbit la hard chocolate., ' WHEN IN BALTIMORE STOP AT THE 130 Room Ekfantly Furnfahasl UxcIM CufaiM Rooms with Bath and a Suite Central? Located Oppotiia Candaa Station Mala DapotB. fc O. R. R. Rata $1.00 par Day and Upwards MMD row aOQKI.1T HOTElTTlOYOB BALTIMORE, MD. WHEN IN DETROIT STOP AT THE New Brunswick HOTEL Reasons why you should stop at the NEW'BRUNSWICK Our noma are all Ure, light nnd alrjr no Utlcr to be found In the City. Our table the best, vcrvlcs flrnt clssi ml our rates reanonsble. You are nure ot courteous treatni nt and it yon ntop with us once, you will always nuke the Ltuimwlck your hone wbca In Detroit. Teltphone. hot and cold runolns water lit erery ruora, M Tovmn with private bath. The NcwBruBwlck luccatratly located, Jutt off Woodward Arenu na Grand Rlter, 5 minute' walk to the City Ball and the heart ot the City. KATES. AMERICAN PLAN EUROPEAN PLAN li.oj toUO per day. fl.oj to 12.5) per day. S3I.HB RieiRtiy tifttiti Ii ImprtTMiiiit Harry L. Zrcw, Pre, and Msr., J. M Earle, Src'y and Treat. Headquarter (or Buyer and Butlne Mta in mw xork r Broadway Central Hotel Bread way CsrMrTktra Street IN THB HEART OP NEW YORK Only MedlumPrlceHotelLdtlaNswYork JSDCcial AttcntloB elten to Ladle line. JSpociaJ Attentlonjrlren to Ladle Unes. cnrled. Sf fifiefit. Rith vnlt Rvuuh. .CorUd. JBrSCIAL K4TSS FOa SUMIIRR, "fOns TABta.ls too Foundation ol Our Enormous Uualncf. Aaerlcta Mas UM atwar DAN C. WCH aar.aa PUa tl.tisrwarai IrsKfclsr Send lor largo ColoredMap and Golds nl New York PKKK. JThe Only New . York HoUl Foaturlos A nrrlcan Plan BTiasavi rvts aiesanai moai ueas awTNS HOTEL NORMANDIE Washington, D. C. ConMr Itth mi I Streets 0wlt McPHs'msj Square, an af the mest assutlful mKs In the sKy, wlihln twa sauarss 1 tha Treasury, ana three sauarss af site MMta netiss, and tha Stats, War sm Navy iui wings, ana osntujuaus ta ait aotala af iatsresi. Tsltahsnss. Clsotrle lUMs and all rnedt rn senvenlsMss. European rate $1.50 AND UP Also American Plan P. : 1. S. CAKE, Manager DETROIT-MICHIGAN HOE NORMANDIE CoifrMi Strssl. Imt WNfmiri imn 6E0RBE FULWELL, Prap. Amsrloan Plan at.ao Par Day and Upwards uraaaan Plan il.00 Par Day and Upwards IN VfSsaaaaM aapwjaai 9yOTFaaw aaaasasss sshl as4M sa SFi? t - THE ALAMO Colorado Springs' NBW Fire Proof Hotel Strictly First-Class American and European Plan assssassssBBB RATES: American Plan $2.50 to 14.00 per day and upwards KATESt Europeaa Plan $1,00 per day and upwards IfO Room 80 Elsfant Suites with Private Baths Oolf and other Outdoor Sports Accessible to attests COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. OPPOSITE THB FALLS Tower Hotel THE HOME OF THE BRIDES NIAGARA FALLS, N.'Y. European Plan, 11.00 up: American Plan. ItSO un: One Minute' walk from .the Falls dtrMtlycmpolte N.Y.BtatoParx. SPECIAL RATES TO LARGE PARTIES. JV-Kn close S cents In stamps to corcr cotts and I will end you one) ol tho flnet colored doublo poetal card arer sotU-n un of NlajraM Fall, and It's a Beauty. AY. X HOEMIO, Pn. Riggs House . WA8HINCT0N.D.C. The hotel "oar excellence' Jof the 'National Capital. Firstcla8S in all appoint ments. k Opposite the U. S. Treasu- ury; one block from the White House. An Illustrated Guide to Washington will be mailed, free of charge upon receipt of two 2cent stamps. lO. O. STAPLES PROPRIETOR Hotel Tuller PlraPraaf D1TROIT, MIOH. hv ?; Room with Bath. tl.SO per day up. In the center of tho builneas dUirlct, facing Urand Circus Park. European plan. 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