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2.. 5::' THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS, Seattle, Wash. Tile Seattle Electric Co. has ab- sorbed tlle Seattle Central Railway line, the purchase having been made Tuesday. The consideration is not known. It has been known for some time that the deal was pending, and that the recent visit to this city of representatives of the company was in connection with the purchase. The new acquisition will enable the Seat- 00eneral News 0t the World Cllas. Tiffany, tile senior member of the famous jewelry firm, died suddenly Wednesday at New York. He had been :ill but a few days with pneumonia. Fire started in the Mexican Com- pressor I)uthling of the famous Tread- well mines on Douglas island, near Ju- neau, about 5 o'clock oa the evening of last Tuesday, Feb. 11, and Jefore the flames were finally subdued, it had destroyed the compressor building, the Mexican shaft, the tramways and part of the 100-ton stamp mill. Over one tie Electric Co. to switch the Madrona hundred miners were at work near the park cars to the Seattle Central tracks bottom of this shaft, when it caught at Twelfth avenue and Jefferson street, fire. For several hours the utmost con- The Seattle Central line had been in sternation prevailed as to the fate of operation about two weeks. It runs these men. The shaft was choked with from Occidental avenue and Yesler smoke, and volumes of it found its way to Main street, up Main to Eighth way Into the workings where t,te rain- avenue, thence to Washington, thence ers were. There were several narrow to Twelfth avenue, down lwelfth to escapes from suffocation, but the men Columbia street to Fourteenth, and finally, through dlnt of heroic effort in thence to Capitol hill. assisting each other, escaped through up:raises and tunnels to the old pit, where they were drawn to the sur- A NEW ANECDOTE OF LINCOLN face. Not a single life was sacrificed. Alfred Mathews, in The Era for Feb- The president of the United States ruary, has an interesting article on steel corporation has been going Jay Cooke, the famous Federal finch- through Europe like a king at the cier of the Civil War and the promo- head of an irresistible army of invas- ter of the Northern Pacific Railway. ion. When he reached Vienna the In this article Mr. Cooke tells the fol- Austrian papers published alarmist re- lowing anecdote of Lincoln, which has ports that all the princpal steel works perhaps never before been in prlnt: of the country were to be bought up "Speaking of gray hair puts me in and tied to the tentacles of the Ameri- mind of Bates -- Attorney-General can octopus. Emperor Francis Joseph Bates. you know--and of one of Lin- begged for an interview with Mr. coln's remarks. We were all going Schwab--who is a young man, and one day out from Washington to Ten- not long ago was driving a country nallytown--the Presideut, Secretary stage in Pennsylvania--and it was Chase, Mr. Bates and myself--to see graciously accorded; but when he Gem McClellan review the Pennsyl- requested a second interview with the ranis Reserves. Bae's hair, I n" great man it was denied, Mr. Schwab ticed, had retained its original dark sending word down to the emperor color in perfect freshness while his that he had to hurry away on business. beard was almost as white as mlne is Evidently the natives were surprised now. It was an exception to the us- he should have condescended to ual law and I asked Mr. Bates, after notice their emperor at all, and at last he had spoken of the peculiarity, if accounts they were marveling over he knew any especial reason for it. newspaper rel)orts of how Schwab He said he didn't, but the President was hiring special (rains on the slight- exclaimed laughingly: 'Why. don't est provocation, merely to transport you know? It's because he uses his his single self from place to place. Ap- chin more than he does his head." parently there, as well as at Monte Carlo, Schwab has not been averse AN ESKIMO ARROW, to parading hls big salary somewhat arehists have been arrested, who are A. CIIIIAHCItC,, l:'cesldent. susl)ected of inciting tae recent riot. E. I,. GRONDAItL. Vice President. idently the bird had borne the arrow point from the Arctic regions, where it had been shot by some Esidmo imn- ter. The goose was a full-grown male and had probably received the wound a long time ago. OLMPIA.--The will of the late Dr. N. O'strander divides his estate, val- ued at $10,000. equally between his eight chihlren, and names his sons-ht- law living in Olympia, Walter Crosby and M. O'Conner, as executors without bonds. A. II. SOELBERG, Cashier. J. F. LANE, Assistant Cashier. Scandinavian American BANK Seattle, Wash. ('apital lmid in .............. $ 100,000.00 SPOKANE.--It is announced today l)clmsits .................. 1,s00,000.00 lntt!rcsl ptlh] oil tilllC lind savings deposits. that plalls are beiltg fornied for a new railway to run north from Spokane to a jnnction witll tile Canadian Pacific PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK at ;Frail, B. C. NEW YORK--Lyman Gage was to- Capital $100,000, paid up, with authorlt day formally invited to enter the di- to Increase to $1,000,000. le('torshil) of the United States Trust E.C. Neufelder ........ ]['resident cOral)any. He will be a(hnitted to the J. IL llayden .......... Cashier directorate at the April meeting and J.T. Greenleaf .... Asst. Cashier will then 1)e eligible for the presidency Commercial Savh*gs and Trust, GemeraJ Banking and Exchange. of tile conll)any. EIAENSBURG--L. G. Thomas, aged A. J. Speckett. C.L. Casslday. 63. and well known bere,.,flied this: morning. The funeral lake's place to- Speckert & Cassiday morrow afternoon. Attorneys-at-Law EVERETT--S. Vf. Sisco, aged 44 We practice In all the courts. years, a pioneer and prominent mau of wealth, died this morning. Bankruptcy Proceedings and Col- lections Attended to. NEW YORK--John Johann, a "green Correspondence Promptly Answered. goods" operator, was arrested here to- day. When captured, he had just re- Room B, Arlington Hotel--uver Poatofflce. celved a letter, with $50 enclosed, fox" Telephone Main 926. which tile writer wanted $500 worth of spuriou bills. WASHINGTON, Monday, Feb. 17.- Whenever amtral and Mrs. Schley have nothing else to do they put in half an hour wondering where the magnificent nmhogany piano that stands in their parlor came from. There is a receipted bill for $1,000 front the piano manufacturers in the Admiral's desk, but that sheds no light on the mystery for the name of the person who bought the piano is not on the bill. A few days ago a wild goose weigh- ostentatiously. His usefulness to the ing sixteen pounds, was shot and steel trust wouhl have been quite as killed by ahuuter on the shores of great on compensation more nearly In WASHINGTON, Tuesday, Feb. 18. Lake Liberty, about twelve miles from accord with tile 1)revailing rate of --Duringson. now theended,VhitefiveHOUSeclerks,SOcialexpertSea- Spokane, vVash. The hunter was sur- wages. The receptipn given to him in l)enmen, were detailed from the vari- prised tO see a piece of polished ivory Austria is a further illustratiou of the pus departments to write and send out protruding from the breast of the semi-hysterical state into which Eu- invitations to the various functions. goose about two inches. The flesh rope is being thrown by the industrial very White House invitation looks advance of the United States. as if the name of the person invited had grown tlgltly around it and the had been engraved with the plate for wound had entirely healed. It was The annual report of the O. R. & N. the body of the invitation. There is no a long, sharp arrow point about eigh- Co. shows gross receipts for 1901 variation in the script in which the name is written. Tlds is accomplish- teen inches long and as large as an ordinary lead pencil. Delicate carv- $8,442,300, compared with $7,522,391, ed by having each clerk write a fair for 1900, an increase of $919,909. Oper- copy of the enth'e invitation. The ings were on the ivory where it had been attached to the arrow stick. EV- atlng expenses last year were $4,521,- plates are then engraved from these 904, an increase of $704,044 over 1900. saml)les. Then the clerk writes the The Railway Age has prepared fig- nantes in on the invitation printed ures showing that railway building in from the plate engraved from his the United States during 1901 has handwriting, and those who do not ex- been 'greater than it has been for 11 amine the cards closely think they have been flattered with an especially J. E. Hasbrouck, Pres. M. J. Callahan, Vice`Pres. & Mgr. Aug. Von Boecklln, Sec'y. WASHINfiTON MPO. CO. Incorporated. PLANING MILL. East 25th and I 8t TACOMA. Stair builders, Interior Finish, Grilles, Fixtures, Mouldings, Special Detail Work In Wood. Let us furnish you a Job and you will favor us with more orders. COLUMBUS, elite, Monday, Feb. 17. --IAeutenant Clarence M. Furney, of MISS the Second infantry, stationed at the government barracks lmre, committed suicide at noon today. He was stand- Studio lag in his quarters conversing with several brother officers, when suddenly he drew his revolver and shot himself in the head. He died almost in- stantly. No cause can be given for the rash act. SALT LAKE, Utah, Monday, Feb. 17.--Michael Chaughnessy, one of the most prontinent mining men in the state, filed a petition, praying that he be adjudged a bankrupt, in the fed- eral court. He alleges that his assets amount to $25,000, and that his liabili- ties aggregate $187,000. Among his creditors are James B. King of Helena, Montana, $2,500, and State Savings Bank of Butte, Montana, $2,500. engraved plate. past, the total approximating 5,508 miles of lines. In 1890 the total was 5,070, and in 1900 was 4,437 miles. BROKE IT GENTLY. The construction of the year added to The bulldog is not especially a soci- the total mileage previously reported able animal, especially with other bull- brings the total mileage or the coun- dogs, and a leading lawyer fn Albany try to approximately 199,370 miles. has had somewhat expensive proof of If the discoveries made last summer the fact hrought to his notice. He near Cape York, Alaska, by two Seat- had been spending the summer at tie prospectors are fortified by later Lake Bomosen, Vt., and wanted a hull-: development work, consumers of tin dog. The entire family went to select in this country will at least have found the dog, but they could not agree in a source of supply on American soil, their choice, so the father bought and the $10,000,000 per annum now three--the selection of each. The dogs A combination of gas, gasoline and Brain Weights The average weight of a Scotsman's brain is sixty ounces, an Englishman's forty-nine, a Frenchman's a little over forty-five. The weight of Dutch, Fris- inn, Italian and Lapp brains come near that of the Englishman, while the German brain is in many instances heavier. The Polish brain is forty-sev- en ounces. Among Hindoo and other races in India it is from forty-one to forty-four ounces, but Mussulmans av. were bought from different fanciers, oil stove factories is the latest. The erage more and the Khonds, one of At Albany he had the three dogs American Stove Co., with a capital of the aboriginal races of India, much shipped to Lake Bomosen, then $5,000,000, is the name the corporation less--not quite thirty-eight ounces. changed" his, plans about going back bears. Nine companies, covering pra- Traveling toward China, the brain there and took his family home. A tically all of the manufacturers of gas weight of the tribes there settled in- few days later he received the fol- and oil stoves and appliances, figure creases. In Africa the average weight lowing letter from the stableman at in the new combination, with offices ts from forty-three to forty-eight at St. Louis, Chicago and Cleveland. onnces; in America that of the Indian Lake Bomosen: "Deal' Sir: Your three bulldogs ar- The officers are: President, C. A. averages forty-seven ounces; in Ass- rived all right last night on the same Stockstrom, St. Louls; secretary, J. tralia from forty to forty-two ounces. train. I locked them up together last :H" Trenkamp, Cleveland. night in a box stall. Yours truly, A dispatch from Brockton, Mass., "J. JACKSON. says that the shoe shipments the past his- "P. S.--We only have one box stall, year have bees the largest in the "P. S.--You will have to buy some tory of the city. The number of cases more dogs." shipped show an increase of 100,365 cases. The total number of pairs ship- ped was about 13,800,000. Beware the Cold Bathl At the annual meeting of the New The cold bath in the morning Is not York Coffee Exchange the total report- so popular as it was:formerly. There ed sales for 1901 amounted to 8,666,- is much energy expended in the reac-!750 bags, or about 1,250,000 bags more tion and Just at the time of day when in the previous year. Just So. Eastern Tourist--My gracious, does the wind blow this way all the time? Prominent Kansan--tNope! Some- times it turns aronnd and blows the other way.--Puck. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF WASH- Ington for King County. lu the matter of the estate of Thomas Riley, deceased. In probate, No. 4,123.--Notice to Cred- Itors. Notice Is hereby given to the creditors of, and all Qel'sons who have clahas agahmt tim above-named Thomas Riley, de` ceased, or his estate, to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, within one year after tile date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: Within ane year after December 13th. ]901, to said admin- istrator at the omcc of Roberts & Leehey, 705 New York block. Seattle. King County. Washington. H.G. BARRING'ION, Administrator of the iCstate of Thoums RI- ley, Deceased. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, In and for King County. In the matter of the estate of Thoma Clancy, deceased. No. --. Notice to the creditors of the estate of Thomas Clancy, deceased: Notice Is hcreby given by the under- signed, executor of the estae of Thomas Clancy, deceased, to tbe creditors of said eststc, and to all persons having claims agslnst said deceased m' against said estate, to present and exhibit them, together with tile necessar vouchers, within one year from tim 20[h day of December, 1901, at the office of the undersigned, No. 816 Col- lins Block, Seattle, Washington, that be-: lng the place for the transaction of the huslnees of said estate. Datcd this 20th day of December, 190t. ; :I. F. MclLROY, Executor of the Estate of Thomas Claney, thtsensrgy is at its *west ebb. Then, too, cold water has very little clean- sing effect. Very hot water stimulates the nerves, which is the effect that we are seeking from the cold water, while it does not demand the energy of reae- BALLARD.--The grocers of this city ave called a meeting for next Monday evening, at which vario5s questions of Interest to them will be discussed, lnd an organization effected. tlon of the latter. The duration of the PHII,ADELPHIA. -- Local elections morning bath should be as short as are being held throughout Pennsyl- possiblehardly longer than the mere ranis today. The weather is fine and application of the water to the skin an unusually heavy vote for a spring followed by a brisk rhbbing. How-election ls being polled. NEW YORK.--Charles Frohman left fox' London today. While there, he will commence rehearsals of Henry Arthur Jones' new comedy to be presented at the Duke of York's tbeatre. He will also endeavor to secure control of an- other I,ondon theatre. HELENA, Mont.--Jack Waits, a well known ex-1)ugilist, committed suicide here today by shooting himself. ever, many prefer a c0ol spon'ge bath in the morning, and if this is followed by a warm glow and a feeling of well being it certainly is beneficial. Many people are not strong enough to react well. A hot bath at night is most cleansing and restful. General bath- ing must be regulated by individual peculiarities.--Ladies' Home Journal. "That's a queer name for a goat," re- marked the inquisitive man; "why do you call him'Nearly?'" "Because," replied the other man, TRIESTE.-- Three Austrian war- ships have arrived here and have land- ed' blue Jackets to protect the harbor and the Austrian Lloyd Steamship MARIE E. D'AOUST Piano Instruction. Holyoke Blo Residence, 2818 Yesler Way. Phone Brown 1226. J. B. Qulnn. Will FI. Merrltt QUINN & MERRITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW 428 New York Block, Seattle, Wash. Phone Main 836. R. SAI{T()R! & C(). Importers and Dealers in Hlgh,ads WINES AND LIQUORS 15 James St,reet. 114 Yeler Way, SIA'ILE, WASH. Tel. Blue 341 Office Felitz Tent & Awning Co. D. McGOVERN, Swezt0r Co J. L. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAGE. SEATTLE, WASH. CATHOLIC DIRECTORY Of the Diocese of Nesqualiy. Comprising  te or wammo tahad ay . . ~l ---- m41, ,). Intimates us(me ties la 1800, I,00. P,ht Roy. Bdw.e.d gob,-, O'Dea, D. D., R.. athadral, Valonvm', ViPer Gemerd--.Yery Rev. P. ylebos, Re., Tacoma, Waeh. SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Immaculate Conception Church. Broadway sad Madlo tta. Attad by Jeeuit FaUa. Rv. A. weer . J.. Rr. RGULA] ERVIC. |4ay. .ow Ma at : sad $:} a. m. High Mam at 1@:$0 . m. Sudlay llehool, I-'B :bl. Sodality Meeting, 7 m. , Evmimg 8ervlee, 7:80 p. m Week Daye. Mass at 6:30 mad :0 a. m. Church of Our Lady of Good Hetp. Looated at Corner Fourth and Washing- ton treete. Rev. F. X. Prefon.ttae, Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at $ a. m. High Mass at 10:80 a. m. Cateohiam and Children's Inslruotlon at 3p. m. Evenln services at 7 P. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mass at 7a.m. Sacred Heart Church. Corer Sixth and Bell Streets. Attended by the Redemptorlst Fathers. Rey. Gee. A. Hlld, C. SS. R., Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at 6 and 8 a. m. High Mass and Sermon at 10t} a. m. Children's Mass, 9:1. Sunday School after Children's Mua Week Dsvs. [a,a every morning at 6 a. m. and 8:15 Parish Societies. 2hlldren's Sodality meets at 8:80 on the second Wednesday of each month. Young Ladles Sodality meets at $ p. m. 4th Sunday each month. Married Ladies' Sodality meets $:0 p. m. let Wednesday each month. Gentlemen's Sodality meets third Wednes- day of the monti at 8 p. m. Ballard. Rex,. G. ACHTERGAEL, Pastor. Sunday--Low' mass at 8 a. m.; hlgb mass at 10.30 a. m. Benediction--4 P. m. Week days--Low mass at 8 a m. SICK CALL : Telephone Providence Hospital, Seattle, D. McDonald Carriage and Wagon Making GENERAL JOBBING HORBESHOEINO 415-417 Washington St., Seattle. wash. Galbraith, Bacon & Co. Dealers In HAY, GRAIN, FIA)UR and FI,:ED, LIME. PLASTER and CEMENT. Telephones--Grain Co., Main 525; Dock, Main 526; P, esldcnce, I'lnk 771. Office and Warehouse ..... Galbralth Dock Foot Madlsou Street. Seattle, Wash. The Puget Sound National Bank SEATTL 1. Capital Paid Up ....... $00,000 Jacob Furth, PreL ; J. S. Goldsmith, Vit Pres; R. V. Ankeny, Cashier. Corre|pondenee In all the principal clti in the United States and Rurope. Gold dust bought. Draflm lemed ea Alaska and Yukon Tsrrltory. L. W. Bonney. G.M. Stewart. BONNEY & STEWART FUNERAL DIRteCTORS & EMBALMERS &nd dealere in all ktnd of Burial Carom, Caekete and Undertakers' Goode. PreDat- Ing bodies for hipment a specialty. Ah ordere by telephone or telegraph prompt- ly attended to. Parlors Third Avenae and Columbia Street. Phone Main 15, Seattlt, Wa. Voles Culture Opera, Concert, Oratario G. 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In the nlaLI:er of tle estate of Ellen McSorley, deceased. No. 4111. Notice to the creditors of the estate' of Ellen McSorley, deceased: Netlce Is hereby given by the nnder- signed, administrator of the etate of Ellen MbSor ey. deccascd, to the creditors of said estate, and to all persona having claims nga|nst said deceased or against said es- tate to i)resent and exhibit them, togeer with the necessary w}uchers, witidn one year from the 20th day of Decem. bs 1901, at office No. 311 Collins Blocl ,eattle, Washington. that being the place for the transaction of tie business of said estate. Dated this 20th day of December, 1901. HUGH McSORLEY, Administrator of the Estate of Ellen Mc- Sorley, Deceased. The Great Northern "['hc "FLYI,HI," leaving Seattle dally, Is a solhl vcslll)nled tralu with modern equlp- lllent. Effective June nd, 190][. Leave. Arrive. St. Paul, Chicago and East .............. 8:00pm 8:00pro Spokane and Snohomlsh.8 :30 am 8:30am Spokane, Rossland and Kootenal points ..... 8:00 pm 8:00 pm ,Vhatcom nud Mt. Ver- non ................ 7:35 am 11:10 am 5:10pro 5:10pro llIalne and New West- minster ............ 7:35 am 5:10 pm Fverett .............. 7:35am 8:30am 8:30am 11 :lOath 5:10pm 5:10pro 8:00pro 8:00pro JAPAN-AMERICAN LINE. Stcamer Is Sailing Every Two Weeks. S. 8. "KAGA MARU." Will 8all Jan. 14, 1902. Carrying U. S. Malls to all Oriental Points. TIIE BOOM IN POULTRY. That the interest in poultry-raising .is hecomhlg very great througimut the north- west is well lllnstrated by the wonderful sales that have been made of Blanchard' Poultry Book. Althongh It first appeared only tlne months ago, ttree editions haw I)ce sold out, and another Just Issued. Th new edltlov has been revised and Is thor. oughly up-to-date. The author is H. L. l:llanchard, a practical successful poultry. man of long CXl)erience, and who tells In an entertaining way the history of his start In i)oultry describes hutldlngs, grounds, etc., acconlmnlcd b good clear lllustratlons. ][te tells what fccls he nscs, and what l%Js learned about brcedlng, mating, vars of chickens he breedq, how to hatch ind feed the little chicks, etc. In short hls Ill:tie work Is a complete review of the best mcthods of poultry raising nndcr northwest condlthms. Last year Mr. Blanchard made a clear profit of $2.79 per hen from n flock ]of 200 hens. It Is the best book for the [ money the beginner In this section can get. I Tim Catholic Progress, Seattle, will mail [ It to any address upon receipt of 20c. tle wat ly rect San shm be t: acti, dan ,,/ stud insu sea to t inve veal 1901 poli ing busi clai they trad clai ural ham ery to . her trial eats assu slip] or ( wer, thou imat of $ note nese as s Stes 305; seri biey or it 299; 'sol grat ded plos: ten in t] not hrt is n( safe --th curr W "sha "sha sible sons Lv a age trea and cha ple. menl