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&amp; i p Violins--Misses M. Edgcomb, E. Green, H. Tlllman. Pi- anos-Misses M. Ahues, B. Hawkins, T. Ryan. Vocal Quartette--Sunset ............ Misses B. Hawkins, T. Mur- phy, K. Titus, H. Walsh. Impromptu Polka ........... Laybach Miss Gertrude Weldlich. A Mintm's Request ................. I,fttle Nellie Morrison. Accompanists, Francis Mc- Guirk, May Riley. Polka de Concert ............ Bartlett CJIURCII O! OUR lADY GOOD H[I P. OF Misses M. Edgcomb, M. Green, W. McLean. How Some Girls Study .............. Tyrolcse Home Sound ............... Sacred Heart Ceciltans. Caprice Bohemlen .......... Lebterre Misses M. Edgcomb, G. Weld- llch, N. Walkup. Vocal Trio--Springtide .............. Seniors. Mazurk Elegante ...... ........ Lack Miss Theresa Ryan. Instrumental Duet--Fantasia ........ Green, D. Hawkins, A. O Nelll, W. McLean, T. Ryan. Paniomime--One S)veetly Solemn Thought ....................... WOOF Last Mouday evening was an inter- esting, one at the meeting of Star of the Sea court." Many important mat- tats of business were disposed of and 7!  Last Sunday evening a rare treat was given to all those that were pres- Help to hear the very instruotiv0 and interesting addresses delivered ey nell, on the recent war iu the Trans- vaal. Both these gentlemen passed through/the war, taking active part in k , it as general and captain, and conse- , quently they were fully equipped, to enlighten their hearers on tim subject --"South African war in the Traus-i vaal. ' ' CATHOLIC PROGRESS. nip Mr. Harry Durkin is preparing to leave for Alaska In the near future. ! Mr. J. J. Finnegan has returned from a week's visit to Iris home in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. P.D. itughes spent Saturday and Sunday at their cottage at Eagle Harbor. ' .......  i,' .  J" .... W, M Harrtngten J.P. McNamce Iowa Bulier Slore i.m +_++_ ,, E JENKINSSHOE GO Marvelous " Ranch Eggs 20c doz Full Cream Cheese 2 Ib 25c N S ++ 13II Second Avenu Lowest l:>,:..,.,,.,,,...,,rin Spring Mr. J. T. Lawler spent Monday in Mt. Vernon on legal business. IVlEbnRRuIE hoe. Habornal 2,,MarionSlreet. FineM,J00ery. Fashionable Tailor Next Friday, May, 6ht, being the first Friday of the month masses will be said at 6 and 8 o'cock. Evening devotions will be at 8 o'clock. Next Sunday being the first of May a'solemn opening of the May devotions will take place at the Fro Cathedral His Lordship, the Rt. Roy. Bishop, will preach the evening sermon. The Ladies' Altar Society held a meeting last Wednesday for the pur- pose of starting an industrial meeting in connection with the regular altar society. The meeting was very in- terestiog. Several matters of zmper. tanee were discussed and it was final- ly decided to hold tim first meeting for Work Thursday, May 5. at 3 p. m. SACRED HEART PARISH. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Monamee are the happy parents of an eleven pound boy born last Sunday. O. E. MoAvoy and T. J. lves re- turned from North Yakima and Ellens- burg last Saturday. Mrs. O. M. Pessomier of 912 Second avenue expects her parents from St. Mary's, Kansas tod, y. Ray. Father Hild, O. SS. R., is con- ducting a ten days' retreat for the sis- ters at Providence Hospital. Miss Yuneker oz Tacoma who has boon visiting the Misses Rey,olds of Broadway, has returned home. Miss Hugnes, sister of Mrs. J. E. Galbraith, is in San Francisco visiting friends. She will remain during the summer. Miss Sarah Halter, of Ravenna, Ohio, wi;o has been visiting friends in the city for several weeks, left last Sunday then the evening was given up to a for San Francisco en route tt, herhomo dissuasion of matters of concern to in tim east. Mr. J. B. Duggan whu recently left Seattle for San Francisco has accepted a pesition in the latter city with -%he firm of Browne & Co., real estate and financial agents. SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. On next Friday evening at 8 o'clock the pupils of the Sacred Heart School, assisted by their many friends and old pupils, will give a musical entertain- ment in Sacred Heart hall for the ben- efit of the new school. The follow. ing programfo Is proof of the good time promised to all who love musical talent and the development of the ar- tistic in the rising generation. A cor- dial ]nvRation is extended to all. Following is the programme: Senior Chorus--Over the Ocean Blue Solo ............................... Miss Ethel Truckey. Instrumental Duet--Marche ......... Misses M. Edgcomb, M. Green, D. Hawkins, A. O'Neill, W. McLean, T. Ryan. Dance of the Gnomes .......... Bohm Miss Marie Peltier. Hesitation ................. Kussner Misses E. Itewttt, F. Maher, M. Riley. Recitation--The Hymn of Conquest Miss Helen Walsh. Soupir D'Amour ........... Lavign e FOR RENT--Nicely furnished rooms with board in private family One room suitable for two persons. 1706 Summit Ave,--Phone Black 4273 SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. THE COMING OF SPRING come befoie the International conven- tion. There were three ladies from Tacoma wbo had a good word for the which affairs were disposed of by the officers of the Seattle court, The delegate from Missoula, Mont., was present nd made a telling address. She will go as delegate from bar oour and will be one of the party leaving here tomorrow evening. The drill team gave an exhibition that won many compliments. The concluding feature of the evenmg was the present- ing of a fine medal to Mrs. Graves. It is emblematic of the order and of Se- attle and faintly reflects the high es- teem in which Star of the Sea eour hold their chief ranger. Happy speeoh. es followed during which time refresh- ments were served, consisting of cream and cake. Wednesday evening Miss Ella O'Keefe, secretary of Star of the Sea court, W. O. O. F., invited some of the ladies of tliat court te give Mrs J. O. Graves a farewell before leaving as delegate to the International conven tion of the order which convenes in St Paul on May 10. Tim party gathered at the home of Mrs. Gee. H. Tripp, 1161 Harvard avenue. The evening was delightfully spent and after re freshments were served the ladies wished their chief ranger a pleasant gad useful trip. CITY NEWS. Mr.Phi] A Ditter, one of the promi- nent merohantsof the busy city of reminds you of your contemplated trip North Yakima, arrived iv the city East via the Northern Pacific, the line Monday on a business alid pleasure trip. He will return home today Former Chief of Pohee Sullivan re- turned Saturday from a trip east of tim mountains. which is famed for Its splendid sere. Ice, comfortable equipment and cour- teous treatment. For tickets and all information apply at City Ticket Of- rico. I. A. Nadeau, General Agent, Seattle. Mr. Francis J. Carney Was elected recording secretary of the Knights of Columbus at the regr.lar meeting to fill the vacancy made through the res- Ignation of S. V. Oarey. Mr. Charles E. McAvoy, state or- ganizer of the Catholic Foresters, "has gone to Puyallup and Buckley with the intention of placing a branch of the order in those towns. The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Mary's parish will give a card party Tuesday evening, May 3d, at the rec- tory, corner af 20th avenue and Jack- con street. Friends are eozdially in, cited to attend, Mr "W. M. Harrington returned this week from a ten days' rest at the Great Northern Hot Sprnigs. The hill climbing and rambles in the weedy dingle and long nights of rest gave his appetite a substantial boost: SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. Mr and Mrs. Aylward will leave this week for a wsit in Ireland and the Holy Land. They will be accom- pamed by Mrs. Aylward's sister, Mrs. J. L. Hatohell, who will visit friends and relatives in Ireland for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Hyde and their little sou George have,left on an extended trip iuoluding tim leading cities of this country and of foreign countries They expect to be ansent about six |ho " months. They were members ofthe SMOKE PRI_N__OE S ]V[.IXTT_RE.. ,  __ m II ...... Immaculate 9onn parish. |qONEEI JEWELER E'iablished1882 , --i Dr. James if. Lyons is able to re- sume his practice after being confined MANUFA2TTRING & REPAIRING Will,am H. Frock NOT BY HALL CAINE to h,s home for tl,roe wee00s usa re- salt of rheumatism which affected his DIAMONDS left eye. He was obliged to suffer the trying ordeal of remaining in a dark WATCHES, JEWELRY, CUT GLASS ThIMA' AUNII room during the entire per/od of his ,: SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. /llllU tti[;ilUG confinement. Thursday Afternoon. SAVINGS ilMay 12 19041i 00.NK I CApital Stoek, 8200,000.00 I ] Prr(00in aad I IPresented by the ' Cot Seoood ..d ..di..s , ] I We Ply 4 Pu Cent. is Dipisltl. I o 1 IISEATTLE COLLEGE DRAMATIC mH0000o., , I I i I #as. A. Murray, President, Capl- I J t;l Or) y f . ' / talist. Butte, Mont. 00OCIETY I ,,, ,..,..oo., A.. I I I1 " I M.i. Murray, CaZhier. I I .... il A Stirring and Instructive Play ' i Ed ltlckey, Capitalist, Butte, Mont. l 84 86 "*7" ::il ...w,, ,,ss,<\< ,,/ MlehselJ'C'Frd''Viee'Prea'andGen'lMgr" PacifiClArles,CoaStpres. CO.peget I$ouall "oDE S++ ,+oo ' +""'"+""'"'" ' [ lug & Loan Society, SAn FranelaeA. ]  II Prines s Mixture is the ideal smoke. [ Robert J. Tobln, Treu. HiberalaSav. I Street -,q., II I W.O. McCarthy, Prel McCarthy Dry / Frank McDermott, Treas. Bou MArehl" I 1 ' , . / tood. Co. I Prlnting,.UthoeJmr IBindlng' Ruling, Blank Ik, ................ I M',m,,in. t,. uuw- ...... has a chUrCh I Dealer. __ pl, Biang Booko i l, . r. Haggert,, Liquor t;agcsv|ng, mDossing, umo F vm,. [ M. D. l,eeh"y, Roberts & Leehey, E mbossin, uuaogravUrg. !] for the Italian Catholics who had the Attorneys. Specialty ma6 of .Artistic Cammcrd! pleasure recently of attending the car- DrAfts Sold ca All PArts of the Werld. I[iTINO. emonies of its blessing7 They. nun- A General Banking Business her some five hundred iouls, to 9 p. m, New Line of Spring Goods Staples and Winter Goods in Great Variety I Mr. John Kemledy of Edmonds was a visitor in the city last Tues&+y and is delighted with the rapid develop- mffut of his section of the Sound coun- try. The new eleetric ilne promises much for the accommodatmn of resi- dents there and will bind our cities closely in our mutual interests. Prince can repair that pipe you were soeakimr about. Mr. O. P. Connel]y, territorial dep. uty o1 the K. of C'., Pue, Mont., writes enthusiastically to a friend 'in Seattle of the initiation which recent- ly took place in Helena and Anacon- da, Mont. Both councils are in excel- lent shahs and are taking hold in a manner that is gratifying. Mr. J. A. Walsh is the Grand Knight of Helena MANTELS SWlish Suits and Wraps, Fine Dress Fabrics, Lovely Wash Goods, Plain & Fancy Silks, Ribbons and Laces, Neckwear & Veilings Hosiery and Underwear, t Corsets & Undermuslins, Domestics and Draperies, Fancy Goods &: Stationery. D t erection has been subscribed. It will} council, anti Capt. Wm. M. Kelly is be built on the site of the old Miners' Grand Knight of the Anaconda coun- Home Hotel, in the burned district, ,Z. ' and will be a modern structure, amply  ' oil.. large to accommodate the congrega, l  t  S 1[  ixb e a neat little circular calling attention g%m  es b to tim fact that lie has opened a school  1 'xx '+ ..:9" ] ++';:++ ++ " +' i all the common, also the + ++LEO;+, ,+ +li++ 4 higher branches, such as languages,. X  v +, ,.e civil engineering, etc. Prof. Morrin ] has been a teaoimr praetically all his I :;" life. He is a graduate of Dublin Oni- ] i versity and is splendidly equipped to I IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE , q%XX 915 Second Avenue impart knowledg along both academ- ] COMPANY  - - - : - -: : -- ie and commercial lines. SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. The Most Artistic Line of The Best Goods m MANTELS at Moderate Prices wood + and tiIe in the city.[ | i NOVEL DESIGNS, HIGHEST FINISH 1 ,t We submit speoial s00etohoa for your IIU00IIlDTUV ,1 consideration. ..... iimuuann/ t Washington Fix-t-00ure & Mantel CalVE Dru Goods CO i 7,+,++d Ave Phones Main + +ud+4+/t: , " ":! Seoo, d Ave. aria St ! Burl< Idaho: is now practically as-[+,T;:.:.+i:::.;:::::,,L+.::;::;:::r::.::.::i.,,  sureu oz a uatnolic house of worship, J as more than half the money for the .., ............................................................. NEW SIORE . Is the safes and mostprofit- able investmen you can make. Policies to sui any condition in life will be esti. mated and written by J. P. LAVIN. Special Agent Mutual Life Bldng Pt.TRONIZE OUR ADVERTISEP, FOR RENT--Newly furuished rooms and board, -use of piano,-furnace heat, fine location 914 James St 'Phone Red 8051. CATHOLIC BOOKS Prayer Books, Rosaries, elc OatBh%l ks t;vr.itDr?. led.gsGtir 1BSoobY " a, + TRAVELERS By the Northern Pacific are never dis- appointed in the service or accommo- dations. Dining and observation cars, Pullman and tourist sleeping cars on all Overland trains. Three daily trains "- -- -***-**=*:"****: both east and west. For all,informa- Elalerite Roofn00P- .a Lion and tickets, call on or address ]' "" " O J, Seattle. A. Nadeau, Gen'l Agent, Seattle. + @ merz DAIRY H Y SLIPI COi Agents for the De Lava1 Cream Separator i The best by r, est. 400,000 of them in use AD'nt for the I'BUHL" Inllk cans, and for a full , ii'lD li i i |i line of Creamery, Oheesemaker's and ' milkman's supplies and apparatus. FtdIy equipped Tinshop Departmcxit (lraniteware, llardware, Woodenware. 112 SECOND AVE. SO. SEATTLE, WASH IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stato of tVashington for King County. : - - " ; --= " : - In the matter uf the estate of Jo-  T T  T scphine O'Connor, deceased. In Probate. | ]1 I't I J /"J I-I,'i+rvi, No. 5239. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. v* . . .a . .z. .a 6zu.r,, 2otice is hereby glven that pursuant to the order of the above entitled court made and entered In the matter of this DI --- o i ........ estate on March 24th, 1904, the under- IIt:gl LLgLtJ O IIIUFIIIC signed administrator wlll sell at public auction in tile manner provided by law Resident Agent of the at the front door of the court house of Itng County, In the city of Seattle Alliance AsuranAe Co. # VIOashington, at ten o'clock a. m. of Sat-  3" urday, ADrll 23,1904, the real property of said estate consisting lf the community . -- interest o deceased in Lot Ten of Block Routals Mana,emeut of lro,++. ICleven ef Central Seattle, an addition , + +=m=+,, to the city of Seattle in King County . .... h ..... a  , -   - o a.t, ale OI Joal state Washington, which sale will be made for ....... cash to the highest and best bidder at __ , such sale, suhJect to confirmation by Rom  ":-^- , - a -1 rt tile above eutitled court, u J .lnlll lUg. 6tutO, v,n ;m PATRICK O'CONNOR, .... ; . : _ . : = _ 2_ Administrator of the Estate of Joseph- -- -- -- -- --  ............ lne O'Connor Deceased f'%t'P'rv'r-f.r -w- .. ' Notice dated'March 24th A. D. 1904 UInUI"A 1 HY. i ROBERTS & LEEHEY, ' " - AtTtg,nYsfrrrEstte'k Seattle" I WkSHINGTON INFIRMARY OF i ....... -- .... ---_L__ OSTEOPATHY--F. J Feidler, D. 0. ; DANCING CLASSES. Maruaret 0. Eok, D. O. X--Ray Monday aud Friday Prof. Wt+lsons ";vhen needed; examinations fr6o a School. Ranks Hall. Private lee,lonl 114 Second Avenuq, third floor, ? i daily. Phone, James 4641 R. H. MacLACHLIN, Pres. J F.W. CRARY Seey H. I-I GREER, Mngr. '- ' ANDRE%V WEBER, Treas. |r VIPl|[ %Alll]T to reover all the money that you have lost in mining  ., vrl/ tnd make your fortune beslde Buy Valdez and Boston Copper Company's Stock I Mr. and Mrs. John Kerrigan of Puy. allup Game to tim city Tuesday even. ing and on Wednesday morning Mrs. Kerrigan left for her lame in Ontario, Canada, where she will spend the ear. ly summer montlm. The family are faithIul readers of The Oahtolic Prog- ress and Mr. Kerrigan paid this office a friendly Gall. He reports Puyallup in better condition than at any time in its history. With every house occu- pied and now ones building and the richest soil in Amerioa lying around it Puyallup is confident of a prosperous and prominent future. THIRD AVENUE THEA1?ER. A musical farce comedy, entitled 'Brown's in Town," will be tim at- traction at the ?hird Aenue theator next week, beginning with a Sunday matinee. There are three acts of fun and music, illustrated by capable ar- tists, The action of the play takes plaee during the summer's day, divid. ed into morning, noou and ight. The plot hinges on the desire of a young eouple to keep their marriage from the young man's exacting father. The young man assumes the name of Brown and seeks seclusion in the country, but to his dismay his father and all his friends come to the same place. This furnishes the oueasiou for many uueu'ding eomp|ications and hu- morous situatiofis. Each dot abounds in specialties, songs, dances and music. The eompauy is said to be a meritorl- OUB one. Keep in mind thd ooming entertain- ment by ths boys of Seattle College. THE CHRISTIAN will interest every one who likes a goodplay, and as the boys have achiev- ed a fine reputation for dramatic art something out of the ordinary may be expected. It takes place on May 12 ia the Third Avenue 'heater. BELLIN00HAM. Ray. Father O'Brien of Seattle was visiting friends in Bellingham on Monday and Tuesday of last week. $ $ $ Mrs. Warren White who has been se- riously ill with pleurisy during the past five weeks is now rapidly recov- ering. Miss Braden is reported to be suffer- ing from a severe attack of tle whbop- ing cough. Edward Oilligan who has been sori- ously ill for some time past from the effects of a severe Gold is reported to This Company owns a group of six of the richest copper claims in Copper River District Alaska. ocated near the famous Bnnauza Mines owned by the Hever- be very low. , i meyer's (Sugar Trust) which Is valued at :l?lfteqn lllion Dollar. All the larget' copper operators in America are now acquiring holdings In this district. Vhere. ' / they go you should follow., They know their business. This is a new company Rev. Father Boulet left for Fern- recently i)rganized 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, dale on Monday. He well visit Sedro- 1.000,000 shares is placed in tim treasury for development and equipment lur- Woolley aud other Sound points, poses, of which 100,000 shares Is now offered for public subscription at 12c per share, payable 2c per share with order the balance at the' rate of lc per share per [ month, or. 10e per share, cash With order. One railroad is now being built and an- t ther contemplated into this district. VChen 1heine ar completed the richest copper country in the world will be opened' up, and nw is the time to get in. This is an SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXZURE. opportunity you must not overlook Send us your urdera now. M.M. & C0. ,,-.o, n,,. wA,,,,.