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THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. _ News of the City and the State. I DEATtI OF MR. $0HN COLLINS. Q,- [AIILF COLLEGE N01ES. Base Ball. On Wendesday, April 15, the Unions who were scheduled to play on the college grounds failed to appear and forfeited the game to the college team by a score of 9 to 0. The return game with the Ballard High School was played on Saturday, April 18. The Ballard boys came in their new suits, but failed|in their hard effort to win a victory. We can safely say they would never have had d,e runs recorded to their credit if the energy of the col- lege boys had not been exhausted by their two hours waitiug beyond the time fixed for the game, and the fre- quent delays caused by the presence on the field of a manager and the ab- sence of a captain,ior our friends from Ballard. The feature of the game was the heavy hitting of both teams. Sex- ton for the college did some extraor- dinary batting. He has the record of being the first player in the past two years iu a regular game to land a fly ball in the streets. The scroe by innings: Seattle College 4 2 2 3 7 2 8 0 2--25 Ballrd H. S. 0 I 1 1 0 0 5 2 5--15 Hits--College 21, B. H. S., 12. CITY NEWS. Mr. Oronin of Fargo, N, D., ires been in the city for some days looking over the field for business Opl:ortuni- ties Com,ng with ample experience and the wherewith to do bushmss he will find much 'to interest him we hope. Mru. Thos. K. Orr of Kent is one of the ladies outside the city,who will be initiated into Star of the Sea court W. C. O. F. next Monday evening. Mr. J. D. Farrell, in Japan, .is the center of interest to railroad and trans- portation companies from]tim Atlantic to the Pacific. What his object is in One by one the pioneers of Seattle are passing from our midst. In the death of Mr. John Collins tim city loses one of its most highly respected and useful citizens. Washingtonloses a citizen who accurately gauged the prominence the state should hold in the rapid development of the Pacific coast. As state officer and city official he was always foremost in promoting home interests. His confidence in Se- attle is shown in tile magnificent bust ness blocks he erected nd in the pub- lie improvements he advocated, His thrift is the best proof of his correct habits of life. Patient under all cir- cumstances and persevering to the end, he could not fail m his undertakings. He knew how to help and encourage without show of condescension and this is proof of a gentleman. The funeral will take place early Sunday afternoon from the Church of Our Lady of Good Help. ES:,IERALDA. Tile Foresters' Benefit. "Esmeralda," Mrs, Buruett's play that is to be given by the Saunderson Dramatic Club at the Grand April 29 for the benefit of Star of the Sea Court No 510, Women's Cathohc Order of Foresters, is an unusually attractive play. The scene opens in the little mountain home of "Old Man" Rogers in North Carolina. The appearance of a speculator, the discovery of ore upon the far .... sudden riches, and the ambition of the mother breaks up 'the home and sends them all off to Paris. In the changes, intrigues and heart burniugs that follow this access of for- tune, there are some very strong and exciting scenes. A little group of American artists in Paris, brought prominently into the action, add much to the wit and liveliuess .'of the play. Miss Blackwll, as Esmeralda, the Nothing so invigorating- as a cup of 0000qI00ESCENT JREAM FEE Always fresh iu hermet- ically sealed cans. It re- tains its full strengtl and delicious flavor. _ _ _ - _ . specs Piano solo--May flowers--Miss Marie Peltier. Hymn--Grand Chorus BOW. In the Catholic church at Edison, April 21, Miss B. McGinty of Edison and Mr. P. Cummings of Bow were united in the holy bonds of matrimo- ny. A large number of invited friends and well wishers witnessed the nul;tial ceremony. Miss Donnelly of Sedro Woolley and Mr. R. O'Halloran of Edison supported the happy couple The bride and her attendant were at- tired in very' beautful and appropraite wedding gowns. The church was nicely decorated for the occasion. Choicest flowers just culled from na- ture's floral haunts, smiled a sweet, angelic smile from everypoint and el- evation of the altar, upon the happy pair and seemed to besleak and prom- ise them a life of blissfusunshine, a life oI mutual happiness and prosperi- ty. They will make their future home at Bow where Mr. Cummings holds a position in coneetion with the G. N. railroad. We wish them every blessing and happiness BUCKLEY. Miss Lottie LaBounty went to Taco- ma to meet her friend, Miss Dohaar from Spokane,who will spend the sum- visiting the Orient is what they would all like to know. There be those that know. J. F. Venables has jus what you want for all kinds of society lunches and for topping off the dinner at hom. Miss Margaret E. tiara of Orillia is spending a few days with Miss Win- fred ontgomery. Miss Harn ha.s m- ken advantage of her stay in town to visit her former classmates at the uni- versity. Miss Margaret O'Dommll and Miss Blauche Duffy of North Seattle have returned to the city after spending several days in Spokane and Leaven- worth. While in Spokane they visited Gonzaga College, w!iich master John Duffy is at present attending. Miss O'Don,ell is at present a home to frieuds at her residence , 112 Ttlird aveune North, Mr. W Welsh of of San Francisco is spending a few days ill the City. The autograph whist praty given by the ushers and members of the choir of the Sacred Heart church was well attended and very pleasant in every way. The prize winners were Mr. P. Casey and Miss Minnie Edgcomb. Af- er the game refreshments were served. The ladies turnished the cakes and Venable's Delicatessen furnished the ice cream and othe delicacies. The Catholics of White .River Valley are rejoicing over tim return of Rev. Father Winter. fie is very much im- proved and will soon be entirely well, it is hoped. WANTED--Position as housekeeper by elderly lady, for a priest preferred. Address M.E. Bo 115, Lowell Wash., Snohomish Co. FOR RENT.--()ne largo furnished front room with closet, alcove, tele phone and bath. Elegant view. Walk- ing distance. 2814 Fourth avenue near Bell st. Catlmlic family. The , JAMES C.J. 59i KELLY Printing and Stationery Co. sweet and simple daughter who longs mer with her bore. to go baok to the little lmuse that is standing empty in North Carolina, does some intense and powerful dramatic work; Mr. Bushell fits into the part of the "Old Man" as if it was made for him; Mr. McDermott as Dave is true man and true lover; and Miss Balcom as Mrs. Rogers makes the part very genuine and true to life. The other parts areall well taken. Noth. ing superior to this play has been put on by local talent this scusou. Cast of Characters "Old Man Rogers " A North Carolina Farmer, Esmeralda's Father, ]Lobert Bushell Dave Hardy, A Young NoIth Carlin- inn, M.T. McDermott Eshtbrook, A Mtm of Leisure and an Artist, C. B West Jack Desmond, An American Artist in Paris, Bert Kelly "Marquis" de Moutessiu, A French dventurer, Mauriee Whiten George Drew, An American Speculat- or, Charles Borgum ESMERALDA ROGERS, CLAIRE BLACKWELL "Liddy AmC' Rogers, Esmeyald's Mother, Theodora Balcom Mrs. Jolly went to Tacoma Saturday Miss Clara Jolly has goue to What- COlll. Miss Isabell3 Conway is visiting her aunt, Miss Mary Conway. Mr. Bill Conway has sceepted a po- sition iu the N. P. depot. Miss Ella Yuncker who has been visitiw at the Me Hugh's returned to her home in Tacoma Saturday. Mrs. Burley visited the "City of Destiny" last week. Mrs. Henry Corrigan returned from Tacoma Saturday eveni,g. Mrs. Ernest DeChamplain was a Sound visitor last week. Mr. Harkins was in Tacoma last week. Mr. Niclmlas Doray from New York is visiting hie cousins, the perfields on Connell's Prairie SPOKANL. Mrs. J. M. Murpby of tim Women's Catholic Order of Foresters of Seattle, after being royally entertained for a week by the ladies oi Joan of Are Nora Desmoud, / Jack Ethel Davey Court, W. C. O. F, el Spokane return- -) Desmond's Morin ed to her home. Kate Desmond, t Sisters, Nelid 5[iss Berms, A Friend of the Des- mends, Mrgaret Parker Julie, A French aiting Maid, Lena Bhmk. Venables' place is at 1327 Firs Ave. You'll never forgo the Number if you once get your pastries and delicatessen goods there. Miss E. B Cowley, daughter of Pio- neer M. M. Cowley,and Brother James myth, both well known people of this city were married We:lnnesday morn- lug at 8 o'clock at St Aloysius' church by Rev. Father Rebman. Miss Mona- hun assisted as bridesmaid and Mr. Phil McArdle as beat man. Miss Cow- body to Holy Communion to the Main Avenue church on Sunday last. The order made a brave showing, and set a good example to our Catholic people. Mrs. and Miss Sweeney have return- ed from New "York. Miss Gertrude Harvey, neice of Pat- rick Clark, was married o Mr. R. A. Chittendon of Ritzville on Tuesday. The bridesmaids were Miss Ella Clark, and Miss Harvey. The spring municipal campaign has started off at a brisk pace. Five can- didates for mayor are in the field in- eluding the present incumbent. The Ctfinese cook at Gonzaga col- lege was received into the Church on Sunday last. He is the first China- man to be admitted into the Church in Spokane. Miss Nellie Cotter a popular young saleswoman of the Crescent dry goods store died at the Sacred Heart Hospit- al Monday. The funeral will take pldce from the Main Avenue Church on Saturday. St, Paul's court has donated ahand- some stained glass memorial window to Father Purcell's new church at Priest River, Idaho. The "genial Fa- ther is much pleased at the timely gift. St. Paul's court, No 780 C O. F. gave a very enjoyable card party on Thursday last. A large attendance graced the occasion, and the receipts added materially to the social fund of the court. Father Purcell has just concluded a very success fair in aid of his new church at Priest River, Ida. On Friday, May let a 2:30p. m.. the little ones of Sacred Heart School will entertain their friends in Sacred Heart lIall, Sixth avenue and Boll street. Tickets nmy be purchased from the school childleu or an adnfis- sion feq may be paidat the door. Tim proceeds will be for the i)cnefit of tim new school. The program is as follows : PUYALLUP. Miss Anna Kennedy and Mr, F. Kennedy went to Seattle Monday to be present at the marriage of MisslEva Williams and Allen Baggs. Mrs. Vanalstine was the guest of Tacoma friends last Saturday. Mr. 6Hasser and family have moved into their new residence on South Meridian street. Mrs. M. C. Kennedy was a Tacoma visitor Saturday. Miss Mabel Stuart entertained at cards last Friday evening. Her guests were the Misses Cunningham, Kenne- dy, Reilly; Mr. and Mrs F. A. Stuart, Mr, and Mrs. Randel, Mr. and Mrs. (3. J. Stuart, Professor Lawrence, Jack MeKim, 1%. Cline, W. Kennedy, J. J. Reilly, and[Mr. Goodman. Miss McNerthney of Tacoma visited with Puyallup friends Friday and Sat- urday. Mr. M. Boyle of Tacoma was a visit- or at the home of Mr. Thomas Dargan on Monday. Mrs. A. R. Mnnn is sill unable to be out on account of a severe attack of la grip. Mrs. Lahue went to Seattle last Fri- day to meet a sister whom she had not seen for twelve years. Marion Brew is still very ill with St. Vitias Dance. Lovely May, Chorus. Violin solo-- German melody--Master George Boy- er, aecompaniedby Jiss Marie Peltier. A daisy family,--A girl's secret Tribute of love--song--A boy's secret. The ButtcroupsSpxing flowers--Pi- ano solo--Dream of the Shepherdess-- Miss A. O'NeilL Little waiters--ac- tion song, Waltz--mandolius, violin and piano. Topsy turvy--boys' drill. Pano solo--Little P,'ince--Miss B. Weidlich, Vocal solo--The Stars-- Miss Alice Tzuokey. The Days of the Week--Mandolin solo--Pizzicato, Mas- ter Rupert Latrelle. The tailor and the minister--Dialogue. Zufrieden- heit--s0ng--by German pupils, violin --Master Grandma's EVEREH. Miss Kateie Downey and Mr Frank Presley were married at the Catholic parsonage on Sunday afternoou. Both the'oung people are well known Miss Downey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Downey, Pacific avenue. Mrs. Reichmau entertained the officers of the altar society at her beautiful new home on Lombard ave- hUe last Thursday afternoon. Mr. W. Costello of Mr. Vernon spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. aud Mrs W. N. Costello. Miss Inez Van Tassel of Big Lake is ley is well known in' this city, Mr. tin the cit" and will be the guest of Cowley, her father beiug one of SI)O-' .... 00ESMERALDA A DRAMA omen s Auxilitny of same went in a $ Frances Hodgson Burnett, ]t:fllle's pioneers and best known fillan- celts Mr. Smyth is manager and one of the owners of theSmyih& Proulx plumbing firm, and also a prominent member of the C. O. F.. B.P.O.E., and the K. of C, The wedding was private only the immediate relatives of tim contracting parties being present DiviFien No l A. O. l:I. and the O i Given by THE SAUNDERSON DRAMATIC CLUB, :$ Under the Auspices of the Star of American Savin0s Bank - & Trust Co. - 'ap|ial Stock. $200,000.00 We Pay 4 Per Cent, on Dposits. I)IItE('q'ORS : Jas. A. MurPay, l'resldent, Banker, tlIZI h...Montana, ,ll/bl. l'. (llellFtO011, Vt('( lq'eshlenl |lnd I |1 n ag( r, M M. Murray, ('a'shlel,. Ml(.htle] EnricH. t'res. Puget Solln(i Saw Mill Co.. Fa|rhaven. Robvrt J. Tobh]. Treas. lilbernia Sav- ing & Loan Soc|ety, San Francisco. W. 1). Mc(htrihy, l'res. McCarthy Dry Goods, Co, Frank Mi.l)ermott. Treas. lion Marche. J. ;I'. Ilaggel'ty, Whoh!sale IAquor I)valer. M. D. leehey, of Roberts & Leelley, Ath)rneys. ])rafts Sold on All I'a,'ts of the World. Open Saturday Evenings, (I to a. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Most IAbera'l Accommoda- tion Accorded Patrons. the Sea Court No, 510, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters. Grand Opera House Wednesday, Apr. 29 '03 See further particulars on this page. 0000llllt00 CASH SPECIAL 0ur NewOxfords for Men, Women and Children Are the Best in Town, -} co co The Jenkins Shoe Co. SECOND AVE & MARION Miss Muriel Outran, 2425 Ruckr ave. Miss Grace M. Wilcox and Mr. T. E. Kirk were united in marriage last Wednesday moating at the parsonage Eor Quality and Flavor Equal to OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA. i(' Wm. S. MAYHELD, Family Cash Grocer Pike st. Dhnnno Sunset Main 998  FOR q ANYTHING of the Catholic church Father Olaes- In the Musical Instrument line it will be to your advantage to look over our large stock and get our prices before deciding.  We handle EVERYTHING from Jewsharps to Pipe Organs D. S. JOHNSTON CO. seas officiating. The young people are well known in social oiro'es and will make Everett their home. Miss Margaret Moriarty rturned to Seattle to resume her studies at the Academy of the Holy Names. She was accompanied to Seattle by her aunt, Mrs T. Moriarty. Mr M. Duffy of Spokane spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Keane and left for home Sunday eveniug accompanied by his wife [and children who ;have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Keano. Miss Laura Mary Costello celebrated her sixth birthday by entertaining at luncheon on Tuesday afternoon, six little girls of her own age. C;AMI00I00AS " 1903 MODELS i00u,, .,.o o00,o We Develop and Print, Rent and Exchange. 00LOWMAN g HANFORD CO. 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