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C: ! . . i: ). ;.)! r; / SOCIETY SOCIAL. Many things contribute to the suc- cess of a social, and if anything was lacking to make this one the complete success that was desired it was not from lack of zeal shown by the ladies of the Altar Society. At the head of the society are the ladies who take l the foremost place in all work for church or for charity, and what they have accomplished few may hope to duplicate. This particular undertak- ing was planned to minister to es- thetic taste, social instinct and whet- ted appetite. The early part of the evening was devoted to sociability by the guests while the ladies prepared the .accessories to the basket social. During this time an excellent program was rendered. Among those having a part were Mr. Warren H. Stetson, whose praise on every hand was gen- erous for the delightful songs and the manner in which he sang them. Mr. Frank Giles very kindly entertained the audience with Well-selected reci- tations. Mr. Ederer played several pieces on tile piano and was as usual heartily encored. Charley Rex has a specialty all his own and made his usual hit by dancing a few clogs. The children of Mrs. Graves, who is Secre- tary of the Altar Society, played in concert and did their parts excellent- ly. Martin Egan helped by adding a recitation. The basket social was preceded by a sale of the baskets brought by the ladies. This was conducted by Mr. Charles E. MeAvoy as auctioneer. Prices ruled high while the men last- ed, and even longer, for a good man cannot stand by and see such things sacrificed. Anr here i where the social was not quite a success. There was a dearth of men. Tn abundance of bus. kets were offered by bright young la- dies who anxiously watched who was bidding. Tl;o few young men present did the best they could to show apprecia- tion of the good things so daintily in eased in richly trimmed baskets, but they hardly dared show bad faith and worse taste by holding one basket and bidding on a basket of fairer pro- portion or gayer exterior. The auc- tioneer had some advantages and made several attempts to knock hargalns down to himself, but, while some of the young ladies were very much dis- appointed that he did not, the sale was fairly conducted. Each purchaser was then seated, and if the holder of sev- eral baskets was surrounded by the la- dies who filled them so generously. The men rejoiced in the success of the whole affair and wondered what it meant to hear lhe frequent mention that the shortage of men was disap- pointing. Yes, if il was Ill the least SMOKE PRINCE&apos;S MIXTURE. THE COMING OF SPRING reminds you of your contemplated trip East via the Northern Pacific, the line which is famed for Its splendid serv- ice, comfortable equipment and cour- teous treatment. For tickets and all information apply at City Ticket Of- rice. I. A. Nadeau, General Agent, Seattle. SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. 6,, THE CATH()IAC PROGRESS. ml J , - .................................................................................................................................................... THE JENKINS SHOE COl Mam,o,s I  L._. "" N..../----L__. I \\;[W([ Pure Leaf Lard lOIb$1.O0| I Largest btock and ] :. o_.:._$ - -"I ,3i, second A00e..e i " -- . i Iii OIJllll I: ' . " " Y.  ' l " Y-'' "," H "-II 7 I' il//i I'llttl 7 I justly due from all who love beautiful MERIHANIlSE f !" ' I1 v It I, I lives and wish lmr an cternity of bllss. I ...... II , , . I/ I  :l.J"C"" Oij. L00IID00 Or short of expectations it was becaus e "lheo. Haberna1911 ltlminn .00im.i Fine.00.,tiol,00.;.oo.,,00ur.o.,.Milliner,. ! art ..r. n our men did not fittingly respond. Mr Thomas Francis Ginnet" late " zviM/alll| vt|tJl. ,7 u..a ,, I9 . UtLIU fll'i V. It is hoped tile ladies will soon try ef A;iburn died at his home ' 2224  . r 4  .. Fine Dress P:abrics, it again and a strenuus effrt will be Sixth Ave'nue' last Tuesday m'rning' Pashionai00le lurer 00ovo, w.00,oooo00. , made to co-operate with their on- fortified by the Sacraments of the PIain& Fancy Silks, deavors. Church. Mr. Ginnety was conqmra- Ribbons and Laces, tivelY a young man, but had aceom- ' New Line of Spring Goods Neckwear&: Veilings  i Hosiery and Underwear, Corsets & UndexmusIins, PIONEER JEWELER Eslabllzhed 1882 MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING William H. Finck DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY, CUT GLASS ' SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. i,ti,,ll 816 Second Avenue, Seattle. PATRONIZE OU ADVERTISERS Kelly - 00tat,on00ry 1 Wash - inston Street Printing, Binding, Ruling, Blank Beolu.. Ena,,'Ing, EItlboslng; Llthogravur. Splclaity Conun'chil iN'fiN(i. The following marriages took place l)lished his work on earth and was this week at the church of Our Lady called to that world where rest awaits Staples and Winter Goods in Great Variety of Good Help: Francis Egino and him whose work was faithfully per- blow Domestics and Dra.peries, :t Miss Catherine Burden on Sunday; formed here. He was born at State a bar d to his family, especially ]]'" A t,T T v ,t T Martin LeRoy and Mary O'Dell on Line, Indiana, forty-one years ago and Fancy Goods & Stauonery. Monday; Thomas Bruno to Catherine went with the family to Graceville, his mother ,ho has been quite ill for Z'X I 12= L., soiree time. The funeral will take : Watson; Louis D. Baleh and Annie P. Minn., where his mother, five brothers place from the Immaculate Concepiion The Most Artistic Line o The Best Goods Fleming on Tuesday; John J. Ennis and two sisters surviw him. The old and Hanora Armstrong. homestead in Tara township, Minn., church at2 o'clock. Sunday. afternoon. MANTELS at Moderate Prices + . was ever dear to him, and tenderly did The ladles of the Altar Society will he remember the haPIlY days of his Prince can repair that pipe you wore in WOOd and tile in the city. hold their regular meeting on Wednes- youth spent tn the cultivation o1' Its seeaking about. NOVEL DESIGNS, HIGHEST FINISH ... McCARTHY day afternoon at 3 o'clock, fertile fields. Mr. Glnnety had been Mr. and Mrs. Scully and son Arthur .. in a declining condition for more than will leave for San Francisco Mends consideration. Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Dea was in Ab- two years, and recently it became evl- to consult an oculist of much renown erdeen during the middle of the week, dent that the end was near. None of for the treatment of the boy who has Washington Fixture Mantel Co nrv giving the habit of the Dominican or- his fanily were present during his been blind since last fall. He was a 716,Srd Ave. Phones Main & Ind.74.5 -. Goods C0 tier to a young lady at the convent in hngering days, but from llis aged bright and good boy and a continuous Seco d Ave. and Madison St that city. mother came loving messages regret- effort has been kept lip to restore his Burke, Idaho, is now practically as- 4.4,@oe4,,t,o1,4,.i, ting the great distance that prevented sight, lie was one of the altar boys of sured of a Catholic house of worship, - .... on April 7th, Roy. Father McGrath her making the trip. lIowever, Mr. St. Mary's church and has many as more than half the money for the of the Church of Our Lady of Good F. D. O'Phelan, father of Mrs. Gin- friends who hope to hear that his re- ,t.+I.+Vt+.r@ .i+.I-t.+i.+vi a..v@ @ .i-t . .I..t Help, united in the holy bonds of mat- nety, came early ill February, and re- revery is possible, erection has been subscribed. It will  NEW STORE - rlmony, Mr. J. E. B. Reed and Miss rosined to the end. . , . be built on the site ef the old Miners' Julia Anna Gray. Mr. Reel is the Mr. Glnnety was noted for his many SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. Home Hotel, in the burned district .I. ' ' owner and publisher of the South So- lofty qualities of mind and hear/. He , , i and will be a modern structure, amply  ,I large to accommodate the congrega- attic News and Is one of the progres- was gentle, manly and strong, hopeful The Young Mens' Institute will give tlons of the city. sive young men of that suburb. We and happy. He was descended from their annual ball next Wednesday  extend congratulations, loyal Catholic stock and he was ever evening at Christensen's hall. A rare! ..... _ . true to the deepest convictions of re- treat is in store for all ho attend. L :C-  "a Ge _,- Theyungladiesfthparishwere iigin'and died as he lived' breathing The yung men have the relmtatinlAN ENDOWMENT o organized into a sodality of the Bles- a prayer to:God for those he loved so of always giving tile most successful[ ' .xt^ 5  ,.,e  sed Virgin at 3 o'clock last Sunday well, balls because they are careful to in- I POLICY ' afternoon, it Is a very promising so- The funeral tuck 1)lace yesterday vite their friends first and then those i ' ^vjo ''' , ciety, afternoon, burial being made in Cal- know to be desirable associates. ] IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ,O {x cv 915 Second Avenue k vary cemetery under the direction of SACRED HEART PARISH. Collins Bros, Miss Kathryn Ford of of Port Blake' COMPANY ,.--.-.--.--.-.--.-.-..-.-..--.T41 -- Rev. Father Hlld officiated and per- ly was in tile city early in tile week Is tile safest and most"profit- PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Two beautiful pieces of statuary formed the last sad rites. The pall- en route to Tacoma to resume her able investment, you can were placed in the Sacred Heart bearers were Mr. John Costello of studios at tim Visitation Academy. make. Policies to suit any Church at Easter. They represent two O'Brlen, John Arbuckle of Kent, Jas. . . condition in life will be esti.  ":--'-'"" -"' i adorlng angels and are of splendtd de- Hayes of Auburn, Oils Erickson of Prince's Mixture is the ideal smoke, mated andwritteuby i flit LIC sign andworkmanship. One kneelson Auburn, Frank Englisof Auburn and :is*be7 J P LAVIN Speolal A.ont i either side of the tabernacle and their Willie Denorkin of Minnesota. There Good progres ng made en tlle ' " , Mutual Life Bldng tttltude fills one with a reverential was a profusion of flowers from friends new immaculate Conception church ..... spirit. They harmonize heautlfully and neighbors. Mr. John F. McLean and It looks as if Father Sweere will FOR RENT--Newly furnisimd rooms H n with the altar, being white and gold. was present and was of grcat assist- meet his expectations to dedicate it on and board, -use of piano,-furnace heat, U ml anee in conducting the funeral. December 8th next. Mr. J. J. Power fine location, 914 flames St 'Phone Oh Friday, April 22, there will be a the well known contractor is in e.harge Red 805i. Prayer Books, Rosaries, eta card party in the church hall for tile Oil( NEWS of the work. ! benefit of the new school. Friends * * * * TRAVELERS ! Books for Boys and Girls by " I Catholic writers. Lsrgst Book. are cordially invited to attend. Re- Mr- James MeNvily, of Douglas, in By the Northern Pacific are never dis- store in the State. freshments will be served by the la- Mr. T. O. Horrell of 416 Bell street, eastern Washington, has been in the city this week on business and pleasure, appointed in the service or accommo- HANFORD dies. ts at the bedside of his father who is While here Sir. MeEvily called at this dattous. Dining and observation cars, t0WMAN t C0. Mr. F. E. Hartlaub is about to build dangerously ill at Gervais, Ore. office and added him name to onr list Pullman and tourist sleeping ears on 616 First Ave., (Pioneer Place) * * in his section of the stae, all Overland trains. Three daily trains -, ._. ,-,.. o:_.- = a two-story fiat adjoining his present SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. * * ,,, both east and .'est. For all informs- Elalerile Rnnfn 00'Pn Are,. home. * * * Remember the Sacred Heart card tion and ticke, call on or address l. ,,vv- 0 I.Itllo Seattle, Dr. J. H. Lyons is confined a his party next Friday evening. Your A. Nadeau, Gen'l Agent, Seattle. ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES. home and may be for some days yet friends vill he glad to see you there. 1120 Broadway. with a serlous inflammation of the eye. , . , Monday, April 11. the Academy be- Mr. Hugh Habernal of Richmond Mr. A. A. Tenbrink, one of the sub- ' .............. s,ant,a, momb,,, of N.quaH, Oourt M[RZ DAIRY SUPPLY CO I gun the last quarter of the scholastic Beaeh. 8pent several days with his of Foresters has retorned from an ex- year. Reports were read and the Col- brother Theodore. 2318 Sixth avenue, tended trip to eastern Washington. He lowing distinguished themselves in last week. visited Wenatchee and neigi, boring Agents for the De Lava[ C_xeam Separator excellent deportment and class aver- places and is much pleased with the ages: Julia Mootz, Fannie Reynolds, SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. evidences of thrif wherever tm went. The best by test. 400,000 of thnm in'use All tS for tim "BUHL" nulk cans, and for a fullZ e Clara Ford. Beth Fairbalrn, Josle Ry- * " " n lino of Creamery, Oheesemaker's aud an, May Padden, Hattie McGee, Ethel The Foresters will again engage in Bla)dstone. Margarma Mtchael, Hel- Last Wednesday Chris Reeploeg of a membership contest. The idea of nfiJkmen's supplies and apparatus. en Murphy, Margaret Donovan, Mar- South Park was buried from the not progressing is contrary to the FuTTy equipped Tinshop Department garet Sheehan, Frances Markey, Alice Church of Our Lady of Good Hell). He genuine Seattle spirit and it. is not to (iraniteware, Hardware, Woodenware. Fairbairn. Justine Pessemier. Helen was 4 years of age and a bright and be tolerated any longer. Ta give the, Florence Graves. Mabel beautiful boy. He was one of seven matter a start Chief Ranger M.J. 112 SE(JOND AVE. SO. SEATTLE, WASH Davis, May Jones, Ruby Kelly, Clara children. The family very recently Nlst and Secretary A. J. Bookmym .......................................... Osten. Susie Graves, Agnes Ford. Ve- c.ame to Washington from South Da- were directed to arrange the members ronica Hambach, Nellie Conners Don. kota and they have much sympathy in in two sides for a few months of ]N THE SUPE.IIOR COURT OF THE ahl Lanier. Rllt, h Martin Frances Ha- the sorrow that so soon overtook them slrenuous effort. There Is no forfeit, State o "Washington for King County. ---- : : " - :- " : -: ' 'nU'en'atter'ftl'estaterJ'O H P LaF berkorn. Leonella Padden, Alice Raft- In theh' new home. no fine to be assessed against the los- sephhm O'Connor, deceased. In Probate.  ar gun. Harriet Selover. Louise Mootz *" * ors, but just a strong competitive trial. No. 5239. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. * . go. Notice is hereby given that pursuant I Mary Sullivan, Cecilia Gill, Agnes Mot- Mr George H. I. eterson, who went Get your man spotted for each member to the order of the above entitled court made and entered In the matter of this Real [state & Insurance ] rls. Margaret Ratigan, Edith Graham to 1 hoenix. Ariz., last September for will be expected to bring in a man. estate on March 24th, ]90.1, the under- slgned administrator will sell at public Josephine Concannon. Verginia Me- the benefit of his health, rapidly de- auction in the manner provided by law Resident Agent of the at the front door of the court house of Murran, IAzzie McDonough, Vetalia clined and his elder brother went lo THIRD AVENUE THEATER. King County in the city of Seattle, Alliance Assurance Co. essemlcr. Maria McAteer. Edith Mc- bring him home. They had reached Washtngton. at ten o'clock a, m. of Sat- Gittigan, Edwin Booth, John Gill, Ned San Francisco where he died. The "The Stowaway," whioh has held or(lay, April 23, 1904, the reel property of said estate consisting 'of tlle community Franklin, Harry Markey, Henry Cliney, body arrived in the city lifts morning thc boards of the Third Avenue then- interest of deceased In Lot Tea of Block Rentals, Management of Estates, Eleven of Ceniral Seattle, an addition Arthur Shannon, Henry McGrath, Ver- and Is at the undertaking parlors of ter this week, is meeting with good to the city of Seattle In King County, Purohase and Sale of Real Estate non Kelly, John McNerney, Robert Collins Bros. Mr. Peterson was only success, and little Verna Felton slid Washington, which sale will be made for cash to the highest and best bidder at Delsman. Aubrey Noeff, Emil Merz, twenty years of age and his death is Joe Whitehead are securing triple on- theSUChaboveSale'entltledsUbJect'm)urt.t confirmation by  Roolll B Times Bldg. Seattle, Wn Georgio Haberkorn. Paul Ford, Georgle cores every night for their clever sing- PATRICK O'CONNOR. - : : _ : - = __: _ - -= Administrator of the Estate of Joseph- Parker. ing and dancing. "The Stowaway" lee O'Connor, Deceased. f'aTV't[ A 'r_jr] Notice dated March 24th, A. D. 1904. ,]t ..L..flJ['t_ Ji. - X . MERICAN will be given again this evening and ROBFRTSAttorneys &forLEEHEY'Estate I tomorrow evening, as well as for the "  ,:. -" " "  t'le [ WASHINGTON INFIRMARY OF 0o New xorK BlOcK ea t a SAVlHOS .................... - .... : OST00OPAT.00--,00,oi<,ler. D O.; , matinee to-morrow afternoon. DANCING CLASSE. I Mar=aret O. Eok, D. O. X.-Ra: "The King of the Opium Ring" is ad Frida Prof WPlson'l when needed; examinations, fre BANK & Mo.da, , . the attraotion Manager Drew has se- School. Ranke Hall. Private lessons 1414 Seoond Avenue, third floor, " TRUST CO. , IPimne, James 4641 DEATH OF MRS. HANORA HICKEY. Mrs, Hanora Hiekey, mother of Mrs. J. T. Richenbach. of 1721 Seventeenth Avenue. (lied at her home in Detroit. cared for the Third Avenue theater daily. Mich.. on Holy Thursday. She leaves next week, beginning with the matinee Cor. Secoad and Madlson. a husband, three daughters, four sons Capital Stock, $200,000.00 Sunday afternoon. This is tho play and seventeen grandchildren. For We Psy 4 Per Cent. en Deposit. that created a sensation some years Pfiy years she made her homo in that DIRECTORS: 3aa. A. Murray, Prealdent. Bank ago, and in which the CUeD pworful city and estal)llshed a wide eircle of Butte, Montana. California opium ring was exposed. friends. She was buried from the Jas. i'. Gleasoon, Vice President and Its scenes are laid in the heart of San Manager. churc]l from which she steIiped as a M.M. Murray, Cahier. Michael arl, Pr. Puget Sound Francisco's Chinatown. where ifigh. bride to receive the cheering congratu- Saw Mill Co., Falrhavea. binders hld sway and life was hled latlons in the flower of her youth. Robert J. Tobln, Treas. Hibetmin Say- Ing & Loan Society, San Franellca. oheap. A number of specialties will Many who wished her a long and hap- W.D. McCarthy, Pres. McCarthy Dry Coeds Co. be inh'ouuccd to enliven the aetion, in- py life bent in deepest sorrow over Frank McDermctt, Tress. Ben Mareha her 1)ler and prayed that now all eter- $. J'. Haggerty, Wholesale Liquor eluding a troupe of (Jhinoso aozobats. Dealer. nity of happiness be given in exchange M. D, Leehey, of Roberts & Lsehey, The play will be handsomely mounted Attorneys. with Oriental lavishness ill stone of for the comforts that she left in her Draft= 8oldom All Part= of the .World. visited a (I 9. its eettings. ago and her affect Mt L divided )etween her ho"fe nd tlon Aeeordl Patro. R. H. MacLACHLIN, Pres. F.W. CRARY, Secy. H. H. GREER, Mngr. ANDREW WEBER, Treas. it-Y01J WANT ,'<o recover all the money that you have Iost In mining tnd make your fortune besides Buy Valdez and Bostoa Copper Company's Stock This Company owns a group of six of tho riclmst copper claims in Copper Rive District Alaska. Z, ooated near tho famous B'onanza Mines, owned by the I:[ever- meyer's (Sugar Trust) which Is valued at lftssn illto Dollars. All the largest copper overators tn America are now acquiring Imldings in this district. Vrhere they go you should follow. They know their business. This is a new company recently v)rganlzed by prominent and substantial business men of Seattle, WaSh- ,,., ington. Capital, 2.000,000 shares, par value, $1.00 per share. One-half this amount. 1,000,000 shares, Is placed In the treasury for development and equipment lur- poses, of which 100,000 shares is now offered for public subscription at 12c per share payable 2c per share with order, thebalance at tile rate of.le per s.hare per month, or, 10c per share, cash wtth order, une rauroaa m now oelng null ann an- "other contemplated Into this district. When these ara eomplsted ths rlehest copper country In the world will be opened up, aad now is the  to get in. ! is an opportunlty ou must ot ovsrlook. Send us now. '' M.M. Senlng wu.