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, , m The Catholic Societies councils ncw in the state it would moan less than nine from each council, aud I am nertain that a small effort on the part of your officers will THE CATHOLIC PROGRESFICIAL ORGAN of the Young bring more than the number required to secure this low rate. So no mistake Men's Institute, Northwestern Jurisdiotiou, and of the Catholic Order of may be made, each memt)ermnst buy Foresters. Washington State Court. a oi]e way ticket at Hie h)cal office in t ? 4 YOUNG MEN'S INBTITITFN, Grand Officers, 1902--4. Grand President, W.H. Weber, Walla Walla, Wash. Grand Chaplain, Roy. M. Flohr, Walla Walla, Wash. Grand First Vice-President, Roy. J. A. Faust, Uniontown, Wash. Grand Second Vice-President, M.D. McSherry, Butte, Mont. Grand Secretary, . A. Bantly, Victoria, B. C. Grand Treasurer, F.W. Tierney, Walls Walla, Wash Grand Marshal, W.H. Wallace, Spokam, Wash. Grand Directors. Chairman, John F. Smith Kamloops, B.C. A.J. Bookmyer, Seattle; H. J. Mater, The Dalles, Ore. Astoria, Ore.; Astoria 0ouncil No. Ladysmith, B. C.; Demers Council 106: President, Ohas. E. Foster; Rec. No. 154: President, Thos. Leahy See., Patrick Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th roe. sec. John Conlin; Tuesdays in Garnahan's hall. * " * = * * Rossland, B. C.: Rossland o. 545 The Dallos, Ore. ; The Dalles Goun- President, E. G. Lockwood; oil No. 579: President, H. ft. Mater; * roe. see. P. J. Sullivan; fin. sec. R.J. Spokane, Wash.; Spokane Council German. , No. 73: President, W. H. Wallace; x ec. O, ;*St" see. T. J. Smith; fin. see., H. Mailon. i oooo.o.00 Ooun .:/; oil No. 505: President, Joseph Hasfur- Walla Walla, h St. Michael's thor; rec. and fin. sec. Rev. R. S. Gouneil No. 309: President, Joseph Keyser. Chattier; roe. sec. D. P. Hayes; fin. * = see. J. J. Wickham. Victoria, B. G.; Segimrs Council * - No. 85: President, T. Fahay; roe. sen. Butte, Mont. ; Ravalli Gounoil No. S. A. Bantly; fin .see. W. W. Baine 104: President, M. D. McSherry; re- . cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill; fin. Kamloops, B. G. ; Kamloops Co'uncil see. P. G. Lynch. Meets every Thurs- No. 502: President, James Foley; day evening in Y. M. I. Hall, 19 E. roe. and fin. see., John F. Smith. Quartz. $ $ $ $ Seattle, Wash.; Seattle Council No. Portland, Ore. ;Portlaud Council No. 492; President, William Michel; rec. 56: President, W, J. Corcoran; rec. see. F. M. Egan. Meets Monday 8 p. see., J. Coffey m., Our Lady Good Help Hall. i I Y M I chief ranger, A.J. Villaume ; past , oh|of ranger, E. J. Furlong; treasurer, Frank Bartholet; financial secretary, Benedict J. Kohls;recording secretory, SPOKANE, April 23,--The follow- Chas. R. Donovan; trustees, Henry H. ing is a list of the officers cf Spokane Scbott, Joe. Ditter and Fred Mailloux; Council, No. 73, Y. M. I.. for the on- conductors, John Giroux and Jos. War- suing term: reeht; sentinels, Patrick Gallagher and Chaplain, Roy. J. DeKanter; presi. Joseph Koreski; spiritual director, dent, W. H. Wallace; let vice presi. Roy. Father Diomedl. dent, J. D. Buchanan; Sad vice presi- [ The first regular meeting of St. Jo- dent, L. F. McCoy; recording seoreta- seph's court was held on Wednesday ry, James McKenna; financial seoreta- evening, April 20. All the officers ry, H. L. MoMailon; treasurer, T.P. wure present. Six candidates were ill- Reardou; marshall, R. H. McCoy; in- itmted and in this work the new offi- side sentinel, J. P. Kildea; outside cers were assisted by visiting brothers. sentinel, P. F. Reding; exectuive All the resident members oi the order committee, J. W. Crosby, James M. not members of St. Josepll's oour Buergal, L. G. Brown. were given a cordial invitation t 9 transfer as soon as convenient. Corn- Resolutions of condolence adopted mittees were appointed on by-laws, by St. Michael's Oouncil, No. 309, good of the order and to arrange other Young Men's Institute, upon the preliminary worg. Under 'good of death of Brother Christopher Enuis. tile order' cigars were passed around and while tim members enjoyed the --WHEREAS, The hand of death has fragrant weed remarks were made by again reached forth and taken from some of the local and visiting room- our ranks one of the noblest men that hers. The new court starts in a very ever came among us. In tim infinite promising manner and judging from wisdom and mercy of Almighty God, the enthusiasm and present strength it our lnghly respected and esteemed As- will htve close to one hundred mem- sooiate Brother Christopher Ennis has bern before tile close of:the year; The been called to enjoy the fuiness of court will meet in Odd Fellows' hall that eternal reward of happiness in on tbe seooud and tourth Wednesday heaven which he so fishy earned while evenings of the month. he lived in this world. Tl|erefore bc it RESOLVED, That while Dewing in RESOLUIIONS OF CONDOLENCE, humble submission o the Will of our Whereas, it has pleased Almighty Heavenly Father, we most sincerely God to call to call to his rewind our deplore the dentil of Brother G. Enuis beloved brother, Joseph J. Scanlan, and sympaOlize and condole witil ins and family in this, their hour of sorrow Whereas, in the death of Brother and affliction and pray that God in His Scanlan our Order loses a most estim- mercy may send them consolation to abl member,, and his parents and sustain them in their irreparable loss. friends, a dutiful son and companion, And be l further therefore, be it RESOLVED, That a copy of these Resolved, That we the members of reRolutions be spread upon our rain. Nesqually oourc, !141, G. O. F, tender utes, a copy be sent to tile family of our sincere sy.mpathy to his bereaved our deceased brother, a copy be sent parents and friends; that our charter to the Catholic Progress, end that our be draped in mourning for a period of Charter be draped for a period of thor- thirty days; and that a Mass. be offer- ty days. r ed for the repose of his soul. W. H. WEBER. Ilesolved that a copy of these rose- , D.P. HAYES. lutions be spread upon tile minutes ot Committee. this meeting, a copy sent to the parents of out deceased brothex, and a copy sent to The Catholic Progress for pub. TttE C. 0. F. lioation. J.J. GORMAN GEe. GRANT. Sunday, April 17, a new court of T.J. IVERS. Catholic Foresters was instituted in ommittee. the thriving city of North Yakima. The new court will be known as St. KOFC Joseph's Court, No. 1467,and is one of the very best in the jurisdiction in tile number and character of its members- hip. The work of the institution of The following letter of instructicns the court was under the direction of has been forwarded by J. J. German, Mr. Charles E. McAvoy, state:'organ- National Organizerof the Knights of izer, and T. J. leers, deputy higil chief Columbus, to the va$ious councils of ranger, both of this city. They were the state notifying them of theinstitu. assisted by Messrs. Wit, Kohls, Dr. tion of a council in North Yakima on Tetreau and Cranz local members of Sunday, May 15. : tile order. The stations were oocu- A council of our cruet will be insti. pied asfollows: Ghief ranger, T J. tuted in Noth Yakima, Wash., Sun- Ivers; vice chief ranger, S. M. Wit," day May 15. past chief ranger, C. . MoAvoy; con- The program will be as follows: At ductor, I-f C. Kohls, organist, Dr. e: 8:3)a. m. the local council and all treau, visiting brothers will attend Mass at The charter list includes some fifty St. Joph's oburoh in a body. At 10 of tile representative Catholic gentle- a. m. the first degree will be exempli- men of the city and surrounding coun- fled, the second and third degrees to try. In addition to these there are in follow. Tile various degrees will gbe the city about twelve old members exempifled by adegree team ssleoted who have moved to timt Section in tile from the different councils in this past few years from various parts of stats. the east and Imrticular!y from Mlnne- So that we may attend in large num- sots. The result uf this excellent corn- bern I have made arrangements with bination of old and new members in the Northern Pacific rlilway for a such a prosperous community should rate of one and one-third fare for the be a court that would have no peee in round trip from all points on their the state. We wish it every success, system to North Yakima and return, The officers of the new court are: providing that we carry fiity full paid THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. [ .MB00.d.MBE00 tA.DS ) Seattle Coll,,,,o WE ARE I Some Choice Arid Land Claims I NOW ) Farm and MinerM Lands; (Cor. nroad'ey And Maia, [Improved and Unimproved JSUlr :.s . )City and Suburban Propey DWeart(el' t each city, and ask for a certificate with his ticket. This certificate he will present to the officer in charge of tile institution ia Yakima, for his sig- niture, and by presenting this to the ticket agent in Yakima it will entitle him to a one-third fare for tile return trip,--making the round trip for one and one hird fare. Please give this your immediate at- tention and see that all'your mbmeers rooters notice ot dat and rates for this institution, be kind enough to notify me by May 12th about tile num ber that will attend from your council. Next week will be a busy onoamong tile Klights of Colvmbus i. this city. Tbe first state convention of tbo order will convene in Elks' hall on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be ill session until evening. Six councils will take part in this meeting and take such steps as will tend to develop the order throughout the Northvest. Mr Jas. J. German, Territorial Deputy and National Organizer, will preside. There will be a fully offioere organi- zation perfected with a State Deputy, Secretary, Treasurer, Warden, Advo- cate and Chaplain. Most of the dele- gates will bo acc9mpauied to the city by their wives as the grand ball will take; place on Tuesday evening. It is knovn that eight knights and their la- dies will be here from Spokane, and Tacoma will be represented as well as Everett and Wilatoom. The ball will be held ill Christenson's Hall and will be the event in a social way. On Wednesday evening the regular meeting will have so|no interesting features. There will 0e the confer- ring of the first and second degrees in all their impres:dveness, and then in the report from tile state convention which will interest every knight in the state. Many of the isitors will be presen a this meeting and some good speeelles may Do expected. The third degree will not be exemplified as was expected, but early in the summer months this will take place. GATHOLIO INDIANS OF MICHIGAN. (From tile New World.) Last autumn a numbe" of Menomi- nee Indians took part in tbe Chicago centennial. How few of those who gazed upon them n it, sir encampment knew what they were or aught of their history. A writer in the las number of "The Indian Sentinel" briefly tells a few facts which may prove interest. ing at this time. of missions to the In- dians and which may serve to make us hold the Meuominees in greater re- spect. Once, says the writer, tile Menomi- nees were tile undisputed owners of about a third of Michigan and wets very numerous. Now tbey number about 1,500 souls; then tney numbered many thousands. The name means "the wild rice men," the Menomineos having in former txmes subsisted very largely on that food. The first white men they knew were French traders. and later they came under French rule and with tile French iu the Indian War of 1755, aiding in the defeat of Braddock on the Monongahela. Wtien the Engish succeeded the French tlmy fougitt under the British. Wheu the American succeeded the British they became loyal to the American cause. They gave assistance to the American in the Black Hawk \\;Var, and a number became Un|on soldiers during the great Civil struggle. "Tim first knowledge ot Christian- ity," says the writer, "was brought to thb Menominees by tile renowned Jesuit missionaries from Canada, who visited the indian tribes in the present state of Wisconsin while on their ex- ploration tours through tile wilds of tlle Northwest. Tlle saintly Claude Allouez came to them in the spring of !670, when the main portion of tile tri6e lived along the Menominee river. He fuund them well disposed to re- ceive the 'good tidings' of the Gospel, and esfalished the Menominee Mis- sion. On tile 8th of May, it being the feast of the Apparition of St. Miehael the .rchangel, he said Holy Mass for the first time in their midst, and chose St. Mieilael to be the patron of mis. sion and tribe;and well may it be said that tile holy Archangel has shown himself true to his chargv, preserving hi proteges in their holy faith to tim present day, although great religious dangers have beset them at one time, as'will be seen in the sequel.' Father Van den Breech, tile saintly Dominican, labored among the Menom- lucca for years after 1884, and he was succeeded by Father Florinmnd Ben- dull. He in turn Was succeeded by Father Otto Skolla wile builded tile first church on the reservation. Thus priest succeeded priest. In the 'sev- enties of tile last century the Presby- terians made great efforts to pervert tile tribe, but notwitl,standiug the mis- ery and poverr, y of the Indians and tile splendid effects made the effort did not succeed. The Catholic Menomi. noes remained steadfast. A graphic pen picture follows of conditmns existing today: The church in its'present decoration and general equipmeut, it is said, .weald be an honor to any congregation and i o a standing monument of what earnest entieavor anna spirit of. dove. lion can accomplish for God's honor and glory. The Menominees must be given full c edit for a large share of the contributions to tile work, and de. serve high praise for the pious enthasi-; asm they manifest, especially the women, when called upon to assist in g church on fester. Store ex6onsions and inlprovements are going on,--as rapid Stock Re- duction is necessary i order tofa- initiate the work. As m oxpeeted, a Bumber of the instru- ments are getting sligtlfly dam- aged and wlll be sold at sharp re- ductim]s. We have a number of great bargains in such, and also shghtly used,Renting and Second. hand Pianos, xanging from $167 up and Organs trom $25. All will be sold on tile most liberal terms and guaranted to be as represent- ed. Don't fail to see our Stock and get our prices on Pianos, Organs, Simplex Piano Players, Columbia T,lking Machines and small musical in- struments before you buy. D. S. Johnston Co. 90 Second Avenue, Burke Bui dlng. als, 1)rinoipally on Christmas, and on their natural holy day, Corpus Christi. On these occasions the interior pre- sents |]|most festive appearance, at once pleasing and devotional. "Never in my life did I see a churctl decorated so bcautifully as thisl" said a visitor from anorthcru city last summeL Tim altars stand arrayed with beauti- ful bouquets of artificial flowers, made by the large girls of the school under tile direction of a Sister. Large gar- lands twined of fragrant cedar boughs and dotted with artificial flowers, all made by Msnominee wmnen imng in graceful curves from ceiling and "pil- lars, and along the walls. Young ev- ergreen trees fittingly attaehed to wails and pillars, greatly enhance the adornment by their verflure. During the Christmas season the representation of tile Grib of Bethle- hem in the midst of a miniature land- scape, occupying tile whole saco of a side altar, forms a special attraction. High Mass is celebrated on Christmas at mdnight. The church with its lovely decorations is then brightly il luminated, and the solemn celebration of tile Divine Mysterxes amid tile splendor, in tile stillness of the Holy Night never fails to make impression on tile people, thronging the church. After Hlgh Mass tile tong.rogation files slowly and devoutly through tile aisle before tile Crl b, greeting and honoring tim I)ivine Infant and making offer- iugs. The grandest eligious display, how- ever, is made on the feast of Corpus Christi with its solemn procession. This beautiful custom has been annu- ally observed ever since its introduc- tion by Father Van den Brook, very few years excepted, when unfavorable weather interfered. The feast may rightly be styled tile National Holy day of tile Monommees, Who, it zu.st be said to their highest praise, ere with each other in making this solem. nity really a "spectacle to angels and men." All that tlmir religmus senti- ments prompt them, and tile means within their teach enable them to do, is done for a manifestatfon of their faith in tho Divine Prsence in tile most Blessed Sacrament. Having read the foregoing, one might easily bc led into a one sided conception of the status ot the Menom inees, since tile sketch is not doing lull justme to trut,, by depicting only their good qualities. By passing over in silence a reproachful trait of their character we might give full reason to the neighboring whites to complain of partiality, and tltey would point at once to the way the Indians act in their midst. It certainly cannot e denied, and tile Menominees themselves do not deny it, that many of them are more or loss given to drinkng, that universal evil cursing hcntan society low a flays in all its classes. But then it must be owned, too, that greed for gain of unprinciphd hquor vend- ers is largely accountable for ti,e Indi- ans' indulging in intoxicants. They know the weakness of Indian nature too well and take advantage ol  it wherever and whenever they can, for their own selfidi interests, unconcern- ed whether they etraot the last cent from the unwary Indian, and thereby xuin him and his lamily. What cau the best of laws for the proteetioa of the Indian avail as long as they are persistently and openly transgressed and evaded, or not enforced by respon- sible authorities? To cnunteraot the evils springing from this sad scale of things is the aim of the mission. To what extent it succeeds iu this is known only to Gd, tile Searcher of Hearts: but the Menominees, too, can boar witness that the efforts made so far in their behalf have not been iu vain. and it is next to God, owing to the efficient aid given by the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions that the Keshena Missma is carrying on its salutary work. IN 'I'VE SUI'EItIOIt COUItT OF TIIE Ststd of Washington Ln and for lhc County of KAng, No. 5540---Notice to Cred'ltors. In Ihe Matter of lhe Estate of Joseph W. McGrath. deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed administrator of the estate of Joseph W. McGrath, deceased, and all persons having claims against the said (leceseff, or against his estate, and all creditors Lhereof, arc ]lereby notified to i,res(,ll| |heir said c[allns to the underslgn-i ed a( lhe h|w office of McCnfferty &Kanc, ] tbey being the attorneys for the said es-I tate, at rooms 200-203 Epler Building, In I le City of ,eattle, State of Washington, ] the same heiug the place for the transact-I hm of the business of the said estate, with- I in cue year from und after the date of the[ first publication of this notice, to-wit, with. 1 in one year from and after the 29th day of April 1904, otherwme they will be barre|. I,'RANCIS J. CARNEY. Administrator of the Estate of Joseph W. MeGrath. deceased. Attorneys for dOHN T. CASEY.406 PACIFIC BLK. M. WHINOIAFF LADIES' and GENTS' TAILORINO. Suits made to order at lowest 'x.icos Pants $5.00 and up. Cleaning, Dying, Pressing and Repair- ing. All work guaranteed 119 Tllird Ave.,Oity, Pobne Main 366 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE State ef Washingtoa for lLqng Cotnty. In the matter of the estate of Jephlne O'Connor, deceased. In probate. No. 5239. Order to Show Cause Upon Petition for Sale of Real Estate. In the matter of this estate the Admin- Istrator has filed herein his vertifled peti- tion praying for an order directing him to sell at public auction all the real propert of sald estate, and It appearing from suc netition that there is no personal estate the hands of tim affmlnlstrator, and no money whatever wltl which to pay the debts outstanding against the estate and the expenses of admiulstratlon and the taxes upon the property of the estate, and that it is therefore necessary to sell or mortgage all er some portion of the real 'estate to provide funds for such adminis- tration : It Is therefore ordered that all persons interested appear before this court at 1:3e p. m. of Thursday, March 24, A. D. 1904, then anff there to show cause why an or- der should not be granted .tp the admlnis. trator to sell or mortgage all the real estate of the deceased, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay the debts and expenses of administration ; and lhat notice be given I of this order by publication of a copy there- I of for at least five succeTsslve weeks prior to I said date In five successive weekly issues ell The Catholic Progress, a weekly newspaper I of general ch'culatlon printed anff pub-I llshed In Klag County, Washington. I Done In open court this 16th day of Feb. ruary. A. D. 1904. W. R. BELU. Jddge. ROBERTS & LEEHEY, Attorneys for Administralor, 705 ew York Block, Seattle. Church or ur Laay of Gooa He, ll. Third and Washington St. Rev. J. E. O'Brieal, Rector. Sunday. 6a. m. 7 a. re;and 8 a.m. Low Man. 9 a. m., Children's Mass. 10:30 a. m., High Mass. Vespers, Benediction with Instruc- tion 7:80 p. m. Baptisms at 3 p. m. Sundays. Sunday Sehool after the Cbilren's mass which is at 9 o'clock. Week Days. Low Mass at 7 and 8 a. m. daily. First Fridays, Mass at 6 and 7 a. m. with Sacred Heart devotions at 7:80 p.m. Mass at 8 a. m. on third Wednesday of the mouth for the members of the A1- tr Society. Altar Society meets at 8 p. m. on the thh'd Wednesday of eaeh month. SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Immaculate Conception Church. Broadway and MAdison RtreetA Attended hy Jesuit Fathar. Rv. A. Sweer, S. J., Rector. REGULAR IgRVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at T:O and 8:0 a m High Mass at 10:0 a m. SundAy Sohool, : D. m- odaHty Meeting, 7:36 p. m. Evening Services, 7:10 p. m. Week Days. Mass at S:80 nd 8:10 a. n 8acted Hrt Church. Corter Sixth and BaR Streets. Attended by the Redemptorlst Fathers. Rev. Gee A. Hlld. C. $8. R., RePot, REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at S and 8 a, m. High Mass And Sermon at 10"0 A, m. Children's Mas 9:15. Sunday School after Chlldrea'e Mua Services on Sunday evenings, 7:30 Baptisms, Sunday 4 p. m. Week Dave. Week Day Masses. 6 a. m. 8:15 a. m 1st Friday. Mass and Exposition at 6, 6:30 and 8:!5 a. m. Last massfol. lowed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Sodalities. Young Ladies Sodality meets at 8 p. m. on the Tuesday preceding he 1st Sunday ot the month. Married Ldies Sodality mobts at 3:30 p. m. on the Wednesday preced- ing the 2d Sunday of the month. Girls' Sodality meets at 3:80 p. m. on the Wed-esdty preceding the 3d Sunday of the month. Gentlemen's Sodality meets at 8 p. m. on'the Wednesday preceding the 4th Sunday of the month' Boys' Sodality meets at 7:30 p.m. on the Thursday pceding the 8d Sun: dy of the month. Thee L. G..B, A. moes on the Ist and 3d Monday at 8 p. m. in Sodality hall. Sacred Heart Court, G. O. F. meets at 8 p. m. on the 2(1" and 4th Monday in Sodality hall. ST, MARYS' PARISH. ($0th & Jackson ) Sunday Servioe : Low Mass at 8:80 a. m. High Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, Boys at 2:00 p. m. Girls at 2:45 p. m. Ballard. Rev. G. ACHTERGAEL, 'Faster Sunday--Low mass at 8 a. m. high mass at 10.30 a. m. Benediction--4 p. m. Week days--Low mass at # ). m JESUIT FATHER& Prlmrstt tor JuAlel F(,, ,:aloue apply to THE PREGIDENT, PROH00SSOll MORRmN's 0der, A0adem00 and Business College, Day and night sohool all year round. Inaddition to the Business Course, Shorthand. Typewriting and Book- keeping, students are prepared fo Federal and Municipal Civil Service Examinations, Steam, Civil and Elee- !trioal Surwying, Latin, German, French and Spanish are taught. The GAELIG LANGUAGE is taught o- Saturdays both day and night. Neg. leered students a specialty. Term moderar, e. l l0 Fourth and Yusler Way. _ - _ - _ ' - - -" - 1 CONV[NI[NC[ i Electric light provides it at an extremely low price; Eliminal the neoessity of matches; insures an absence of smoke and odors guarantees a pure atmospher The easiest method of lightiag-o flame to ignite draperies c othe 'inflammable material. Free installatiou and fre re-, nowal of lamps. LIGHTING AND POWER RATES REDUCED. THE SEATTLE ELECTRIC CO. 907 FIRST AVE. _ _ _ - = t PHOTOS ENLAR'GED IN CRAYON, PASTEL, OIL A'ND WATER COLOR WALKER PORTRAIT AND PICIURE COMPANY J. A. WALKER, Managor. PICTURE8 OF ALL KIND8 FRAMmI PICTURES, FRAM',8 MADE 1"0 ORDER, EASEt S, ETC Studio and 8iuerom: 424 Third Avenue. 8cattle. Wamh, Agent Coasulair de Prance Areal J. B. JOUJON-ROCHE ATTORNEY AT LAW 520 BAILEY BLDG- SEATTLE, U. , A 00eafll0 Woolen Company Manufacturers and Dealer lu Woolen Qoods dnd Blankets Manufacturers of Miners' and Lutflt}e men's Clothing, Flannel Overshlrta end U. derwear, MackLnaw C)othlng. Base Ball rue Gymnasium Suits 1117 FIRST AVENUE. Ihe Puget Sound Navigation Ca STR. ALIOE GERTRUDE leaves Lilly & Bogardus dock Sundays, Tu- days and Tbarsdays at i  midni ht f Port Townsed, Port Williams, Dunged. ness, Pysht, Olallam and Neah Bay. Returning, leaves Purl Angeles Tun- days, Th ursday and Saturdays at 5 a.m STR. ROSALIE laves Lilly  Be gardus dock Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12 midnight for Port Town- sevd, Port Williems, Dungeness, Port Angeles, Crescent, Gettysburg, Pyaht, Clallam. Leawng Port Angeles 5 a m. Monday, Wednesday, Frday; arrive Seattle 0:30 p. m ,.[:  : ,,.',, TR. Lydia Thom]on leaves Lilly & Bogardus Dock Sundays, Tuesdays,and Thursdays at 12 mdmght for Port Townsend, Rict,ardson, Argyle, Loper, Friday Harbor, Roche Harbor, Dear Harbor, West Sound, Orcas, Griswol0. East Sound, Newhall Olga, Fairhaven and Whatoom. STR. PROSPER leaves Lilly & JSo- :!"i gardus dock daily, except Sunday, M 8 a. m. for Port Madison, Kingston, ,,, Port Gamble, Port Ludlow, Fort Flag. lor and Port Townsend. Ret'ng, leavea Port Townsend 6 p.m. Suaday trip, % leaves Satcle 8 a. m" for Port Town. send direct Returin leaves Tgwnmmd 1 p. m. for Seattle. Alaska Steamship Co. SEATTLE-PORT TOWNSEND.VIC. TORIA ROUTEFrom Pi No. 1, loot of Yesler way. '[? STEAMER WHATGOM leaves daily, except Sunday, 8:80 a. m. Returning, leaves Victoria daffy, except Sunday, 7:80 p. m. Note--Will call at Angeles on trip [i leaving Victoria Saturday.  Steamers and Schedules subject to change without notice, Gharl E. Peabody, Mgr., 607 Firlt Ave. ?Phone: Sunset Main 257: Initiatory steps have been taken by the Catholics ia the vieinity of Butt. ville, La., looking to the building o a small church edifice. A contract has beeu closed for the erection of a new $40,000 church at Petersburg, Ia. The old edifice 1 mak 35 ......... - now g demolished 8 INOE'S ',E. for the same.