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\\; THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. r ! TACOMA Special Correspondence of The atholic Px ogiess Miss Dorothy Costello, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, J. I. Costello, went to Portland Sun- d&y to visit another brother, after which she will go to her home at Atch- ] ,on0 Kansas Miss Costello has been I i Tacoma visiting for some time and I had become a great favorite among] he' aequaintances.___L' The Women s Catholic Order of or- i esters will give their third annual ball I Tuesday evening, May 3. at Elks' Hall. A ('lass of thirty boys and girls will I malce their first Holy Communion at I St. Patrick's Church Sunday mornin.! -v at So'clock. .  t Mrs. Patrick McGloin leaves the lat- ter part of this week for a visit to her old home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Mc- (]loin expects to be gone about two months. I Mrs. Fied Hicks, who has been very ill for some time, was removed to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she is get- ting along nicely. The dancing party given by the L. A. o the A .O.H. proved a de'cided success, both financially and socially. Au event wbich a great many peo- l}le are looking forward to for some lilac are the musical entertainments wifich will be given by the pupils of lhe Holy Rosary School Friday even- ing. May 6th, and Wednesday even- ing, May ]lth. The Sisters unite wltlI their pupils in extending a cor- dial invitation to their many friends. An admission fee of 25(: will be clm.rged. Following is the progranl: FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1904. "Kinderfest Marsch" . ...... Zaubitzer Pianos, E. Weiland. lb. Tschi- : da, G. Bark, A. HuLh, M. Cos- tello, S. IAtsair. Violins, Mas- ters L. Turnbull, G. Desmond, U. Aubry, L. Curran, R. Han- sen, M. Burk, W. Geiger, M. Dreyer, R. Wendt,.C. Huth, F. Wuest, C. Dyckman, Misses C. Clark, C. Mlscho, G, Costel- lo, R. Coggins. VIandolins, Misses C. Smith, E. Gray, B. Johnson, O. Morris, M, Ar- quett, G. Augustine. Guitars, Misses J. Turnbull, P. Ar- quett, A. Bornstead. "'Spatz am Dach" . ............ Behr Pianos, Marie Huth, Bertha Voegtle, Maud Wilson, Kath- leon Lynch, Hazel Egan, Mil- dred Oyckman, Flossy Perry. 'Rosa Wuest, Leo Aubry, Con- rad Opporman. "Fantasie in D Minor".... Stang, Op. 1 Violins, Misses J. Turnbull, C. Clark, C. Mischo, G. Cos- tello. Accompanist. Miss M: McKeown. "Under the Old Umbrella" . ..... .................... Westendorf Clifford and Mildred Dyck- man. "'Butterfly Fairies" . ........ Bonheur Lucy Costello. Louisa Schae- fer, Freda Waidmann. Rosa Bichsel, Mary Hamakm Mat- tie Smith, Mildred Hanson, Rosa Kirchner, Agnes Olzer- oskl. Ltllie I,itsair. Barhara Coyne, Rosa Wuest, Anna Tschida, Agnes Getger, Mar- garet Baller, Mary Schiller, Camilla Pessemler, Olive Morris, -- Smith. Accompan- ist, Miss M. Wiley. "Concerto" . ........ Czerney, Op. 816 Misses A. Geiger, M. Costello, M. McKeown, G. Costello. "The Jolly IAttle Waiters"...Brlstow Gertrude Bark, Kathleen Lynch, Mary Costello, Rosa l..itsatr, Lucy Costollo. Ac- companist, Miss A. Goiger. "'Tarantella" . ........... HellmDshcrger Violins, Masters L. Turnbull, , G. Desmond, U. Aubry. L. Curran. Accompanist, Miss G. Costello. "'ligaro Ring Drill" . ......... L'ot[ner Misses F. Bordeaux, I, BaRley, I. Brechtel, E. Lafaw. J: Turn- bull, P. Arguett, E, McAttee, E. Yuenlsh, G. Costello: A. Gelger, B. Schock, A. Sauriol. Accompanists, Violin, Master I,. Turnbull, Piano, Miss M. Costello. "Calif v. Bagdad". .......... Boieldieu Pianos, Misses M. Wiley, I. BaRley, M. Aubry, M. Nichols, 3. Turnbull, A. Sauriol. B. Sehock, M. Simpkins. "Beautiful Moonlight". ......... Glover Lucy Costello, Maud Wilson. WEDNESDAY, IAY 11, 1904. "Symphony" . ............ Eschmann Violivs, Masters L. Turnbull. G. Desmond, W. Aubry, L. Curran, R. Hansen, R. Wendt, J ', W. Geiger. C. Huth. M. Dreyer. Piano, Miss M. McKeown. "Polonaise" .......... , ............. , Pianos, Kathleen'l,ynch, Flos- sy Perry, Maud Wilson. Marie Hutb. "Goodnlght Drill" '; ...... ...... Sehell Rosa Wuest, Anna Tschlda, IAllfe Mattie Smith, Mildred Hansen, Gertie Huth, Lydia Voegtle, Marie Adler, Eileen Dyckman, Mary Tschida, Marguerite Egan. Accompanist, Miss M. Wiley. "Vocal Solo" . ................ White Lucy Costello. "Waltz" . ................. Farnandez Mandolins, Misses E. Gray, C. Sfaith. B. Johnson, . Morris, M.Arguett. Guita;s','Mise's J. Turnlmll, P. ,Arguett, A. Born- stead. "Parade Review" . ........ Engelmann Pianos, G. Bark, E. Tschlda, A. Markart, M. Wilson, E. McAtee, E. Gray, A. Huth, E. " Coman. ' ] "Concerto" . ....... ' ................ I Pianos, Misses A. Geiger, M. ] Costello, G. Costel]o, M. Mc- Keown. "Japanese Parasol Drill" . ..... Lewis M. Dyckman, F. Perry, C. Smith, T. Jest, O. Morris, A. Costello, H. Egan, M. Huth. B. Voegtle. Mrs. Anna K. Striegel, wife of Gee. Strlegel. a well known grocer, died at the family residence, 1709 Center street, l)ril 19. Deceased leaw,.e a husband and two children, a son and a daugtter; also her parents, a sister Agnes, and a brother, John Blau, all of 'Fac.oma. and a sister, Miss Augusta Bias, of Duluth, Minn. Funeral serv- ices were held Thursday from Holy Rosary Church. Interment was in Rigney cemetery. The wedding of Mr. George A. Stew- art and Mis's Cora Gilbert took .place Tuesday evening, April 26th, at tile home of the bride in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are on their way Io Tacoma where they intend to make their home. The monthly card l)arty of the L. A. to the A. O. H.. will take place May 9th, at Parker Hall. A TRULY NOBLE woRK. That of the English Franciscan Sisters Who are Laboring Among Colored Children in the South. Balllmore. Mr., April 19.--On Satur- day, April 16, in the chapel of the Eng- lish Franciscan Sisters, Maryland ave- nue, was witnessed the solemn and touching ceremony of the religious profession or admission to final vows of Sister Mary Mercedes. Rev. J, Ma- guire. Ph D., of ,he Catholic Unlvcr- sity, VCashtngton, attended by two students from St. Joseph's Seminary, this city, conducted the ceremonies, receiving the vows and conferring the "veil. Immediately after the profession High Mass was celebrated by Father Maguire. The Gregorian Mass (Missa Angelica) was sung by the,convent choir. A marked feature of the occas- ion was theisermon, "The Religious Life," by Father Maguire. in which' he pictured in an able and eloquent man- ner the nature, importance and dig- nity of [:he religious life, concluding wtlh wm'ds of encouragement and fe- licitation to the newly professed Sis- ter. After Mass the ceremonies of the day were fitly brought to a close with ]enedictlon of the Blessed Sacrament. The English Franclscans have two communities in the city of Baltimore. Since theh" .rrival in this country they have been affiliated with mission work amongst: the Negroes. In Baltimore, Md.. Richmond and Norfolk, Vs., they trove ,charge of parochial schools for colored children, a colored industrial school and also a home for colored 8r- phans and foundlings. The work in whlcl, they are engaged is a truly ;noble ram, a work that must appeal to all generous and self-respecting souls who wish to do great things for God and His Church. Consider be thous- ands. of colored children here in our land lthout education, without relig- ion, iihout anything to cast a ray of sunsiline into their poor lives, sharing fromtheir tenderest years the suf- ferings of lhir race; in facL almost totally neglected because there are so few who are willing to share the sacri- fice witl, tlmse who are laboring amongst them. There is indeed a grand field for the young women of our land who feel called to the religions life and wish to engage in a work most pleasing to Ahnighty God. vVhat can be more Christ-like that to devote our lives to the evangelization of those in- nocent little ones, to teach them of God, of our Lady, of the true Church and prepare their innocent little hearts for Clirtst by imparting to ?.hem the kbowledge of our hold faith? Such sur,:!y is the work of an apostle, and who can measure the reward of those who tht, s spend their lives in the serv ice of tne Master? The good Ssters, then, invite all those who feel drawn to this work to share their labors. They ask those generous souls to consider their vo- cation, to jpray earnestly for light and guidance. May God inspire the young womeo of our land to enter this por- tion of His vineyard and devote their lives to the evangelization of' those poor little colored children who stretch forth their hands to them for help. Drink M It 15 Find IN1 N2 LB. SEALED TINS ONLY Every cupful is a smile. Be careful, especially at meal times, by drinking this deh- oious 0offeo. fm'ther particulars concerning the work and conditions for admission, &d- dress Rev. Mother Leonard, O. S. F., Convent of Our Imdy and St, Francis, Maryland avenue and Twenty-third street. Baltimore. Md. (Correspondent of The Catholic Stand- ard and Times.) BALLARD The card pary, tiffs week given un- der the direction of Miss Jessie Ballou and Mis Ophelia Dur0hy was a decid- ed success in every particular and re- fllects much credit upon the young la- dies. The other games of the series will follow at regular intervals. Last Wednesday morning at tim 8 o'clock nmss Miss Lilian Wall and Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald wore united iu the bonds of matrimony in St. Alphosus church, the pastor, Roy. Father Ach- tergael officiating. Mrs Thonms Fowlos is now in the East for a short visit before the meet- ing of the international convention of the Women's Catholic Ordedr of For- esters to which sire is a delegate. WHITE RIVER. Mrs J. Dwysr is very ill at her home at this place. The infait sou of Mr. and Mrs. P. HeLen was baptized at St. Mary's church, Seattle by Rev. Fatller Mstz last Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Shaxkey visitod last week with her daughter, Mrs. H. La Fond, of Seattle. Bern,--to Mr. and Mrs. P. Courtfmy a daughter, April 20to. Mr. and Mrs. T. Howley of Kent are mourning over tim death of their infant daughter. Mrs. W. Avery of Aberdeen is visit- ing at the home of her brother, Mr. T. Culotte. THE PRNTIING OFFICE OF THE VATIGAN. An Italian contemporary recently stated that negotiations were on be- tween the law department of the gov- ernment and of tim Vatican to decide on what terms, if any, the latter might acque the state mint, whiei adjons the Papal property. The Vati- can wanted tim building for a print- ing office. One ot the euriosties of he Vatican of which we hear little is the journal, published there da=ly. This journaleonststs of brief abstracts of everything of interest which the pa- pers published in Germany, the United States, England, France and (,thor lands have recorded. A large staff of linguists prepares this news- paper. The resulting pul:lication in Italian is intended not only for His Holiness the Pope but for the hun- dreds of attaches. Of course, such news a.s would not be of interest to Vatican circles is omxtted in the resume. A graet Roman institution is that of the Propaganda. It is not only re- ligious but is scientific and consists of four departments--the college, the press, the library and the museum. As a scientific establishment it claims the attention of printers, as it owns one of the finest presses and what is claimed to be one of the, uomplotest collections of types in the world. When the Council of the Vatican sat, now some forty years ago, the Lord's Prayer was printed in no fewer than 250 languages. At presnt tim press pints and publisehs bbles, oato0hisms and missals in the characters of every known language. PRAYER TO THE HOLY GHOST. Appropriate for the Novena at Ponto- cos Prescribed by the Holy Father. Come, O Holy Ghost, ropleni=h the hearts of the faithfal, and enkindle in them the fire of Thy Divine Love; send forth Thy Spirit, and they shall be created; and thou shalt renew the face of the earth O God, who by the light of the Ho- ly Ghost didst instruct the hearts of the faitlfu[, give us, by this same Ho- ly Spirit. a love and relish ot what is right and just, and the constant enjoy. meat of His comforts. 2Ttrough Thy most precious gifts, O Holy Spirit of Truth, teacl our erring souls both to know and to love the Di. vine Will in all things, and thereby lead us in safety through the dangers of life to our Eternal Father, tlrough Christ our Lord. Give to us, we beseech Thee, O Ho- ly Ghost.tlmt heavemy wisdom hich sees all things as coming frmn God, and piously refers them back to (3 as their all-wtse Author. Praise, adoration and thanks, to the Blevsed :y I to [mghty in His works; to the Son, who teaches us the ways of wisdom; and o tim Holy Ghost, who raises up our sinful hearts to the love of heavenly things! Amen. SUPPOSE. "Suppose Japan whips Russia, or that Russia vhips Japan, Beware the dread/ul consequence," says the supposing man. "Suppose the British were to join the dougthy Japanese. Suppose that Kaiser William set a fleet upon the seas To Gobble up the British, and suppose tlmt France were drawn Into the world-wide conflict for the one Korean pawn, Suppose these things all happened ;and imagine, It you can, The sea of blood to foiL, w," saystlo suppositious man. Well, suppose the sun were rayless and the moon were made of cheese, There isn't any question but tim most of us would freeze. Suppose it would stop raining, that no moisture wexe to fall, The roads would get so dusty tha.t we couldn't breathe at all. Suppose all meu stopped working, what a lot of idleness There would ensue ill all the land from that, I must confess. Suppose the sea simuld flood the land; imagine, if you can, How wet. the world weald be, if you're a suppositious man. Suppose the men were speechless and the women stricken dumb, How very, very quiet all the people would become Suppose timre were no foodstuffs on the eartt or in tim sea, How very, very hungry all the popu. lace would be. Suppose tim earth stopped pinning in its orbit through the air, There'd be no night or moning for us all, I do declare. Suppose you just attended to your business mighty close, Suppose you did--wiy, really, there'd be nothing to suppose I --New York Times. TO ST. LOUIS FAIR. The Northern Pacific will make special round trip rate of $67.50 from So,title and other Puget Sound Points to St. Louis and return, from May to October Inclusive. For all particulars call on or address any N. P. Agent. I. A. Nadeau, General Agent, Seattle. CARROLL & CARROLL. P. P. CARROLL, J.E. CARROI Attorneys, Proctors in Admiralty, So- licitors of Patents. 72 Hincklr Block IN TI-1E SUPERIOR COURT OF TI-IE State of Washington. for King County. In Probate. Iu the matter of the estate of Daniel Curran. deceased. No. 3579. Order Appointing Time for Settlement of Account and Directing No- tice of the Same In the matter of this estate the ad- ministrator has on this day rendered and presented for settlement and filed in this court his final acount as such administrator, together with a petition for his final discharge as administrator. It is ordered that Thursday. the 5th day of May, A. D, 1904. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. at the court room of Department No. 4. of this court, in the c)urt house of King County, in the City of Seattle. Washington, be appoint- ed as the time and place for the settle- ment of said account and for hearing of same. and that nosier of the same shall be given by posting notices in three of tim most public places in King County, and by publishing a similar notice in the Catholic Progress, a weekly news- paper of general circulation printed and publlshel in King County, Washington, in three successive issues thereof prior to said date. Done in open court and dated this 14th day of April A. D. 1904. FRANK H. RUDKIN, Judge. ROBEXTS & LEHEY. AttDrneys for Estate, 705 New York Block. Seattle. SOICE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. BOARD and ROOMSFrst Glass Board, well furnished rooms, all the eomforts of a home,-Prioes reasonable, Mrs. Anua Sullivan, Phone Red 465.102 5th,Cox'. Lenora JAMES J. GODFREY ATTORNEY AT LAW :Phones, Main 896 634-5 Ponr Building Indep, X 2086. SEATTLE WASH, FOR RENT--Large, fine front room With grate, hot and cold waber, suits- ble for two persons, close in. 415 Sixth AVOn THE WONDER MILLINERY STORE ae displaying a choice assortment of Latest hats, Large Picture Hats of chiffon and fancy braids, also smaller shapes in the Gage and other de- signs. If you are thinking of purehas-. ing seasonable hats, give us a call. Ill[ WONDER, 1420 SECOND Dealer In All Kinds Of Pletures, Mouldings Most Complete Line, New, Unique and Artistic Work, and LOW PRICES The Pacific Picture Frame Co 1114 16 8rd Ave. Phone Red 4486 Galbraith, Bacon & Co. Deler In AY, GRAIN, FLOUR and FEED, L.MR PLASTER and CEMEN'U. Temphonel---Grain Co., Main 25; Dock, Main 526; Res/denee, Pink 771. Office and Warehouse ..... Galbralth Doe Foot Madlsou StreeL Seattle. WaML D. McDonald Carriage and Wagon Making qENERAL JOBBING HORISHOIEING 415-417 Walkin&,ton Bt., Beat'tie, Wsk SANITARY PLUMBING HOUSE DRAINAGE CLOSE ESTi MATE8 D. B. Spellma. g0. Steam and Hot water Heating. Telephone Bl=ck 1621. 215 Columbia St, Seattle, W=ok W AONER'S --BAND and ORCHESTRA-- MUSIC FURNISHED ALL OCCASIONS T. H. WAGNER, Manager Phone Maiu 834 -- 1728 Summit Ave. Thc Puget Sound National Bknk SiA'ITL. Capital atd p ............... $300, Surplus ....................... 160,000 Jacob Furtk ................. ]Predsmt J. S. Ge]dsmltk ......... Vlce-]Ee=ldemt R. Y. Ankeny ................. C,sbJ. Corrsspondence in all the pr/npal cities of the world, including Alaska. General Banking Business TrasastL PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANR t'spltl $100,000. paid up, with authorT, te Ineres ts $1,000,000. E. C. NeufeIler ........ Pretddeu J. R. Elay(.en .......... Clmhler J. . Greenleaf .... AMt. Cukler Cemmerclal Savlnp snd Trust, Gonsra. Banking and Bxehan. THE SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN BANK OF BATTLle. Capital and Surplus ........ $ 450,0.00 Deposits ................... 2,T00,000.O@ Anctrew Chllberg .......... PreMdeltt A. H. Soelberg ........ Vice-President J. F. Lane Gee. R, Flsh'e'r".'.'.'.'.;;l;ll "CubIst Catdler Win. Thaanum ..... Arristant Cuhtor Transacts  llneral banking, buln. interest pkla on tvlngs o.epolta. We have an omce .t Balla JOHN J. POWER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Remdenoe 817 Tenth Avenue. Ind. Phone 1782. OF PARTICULAR VALUE How to properly ventilate a room is told in "Care of Invalids," issueo hy the Medical Depazment of The Mutual Life Insurance Compauy of New York. - This book is sent on re- quest to those who address tim Home Office of the Company, Nassua, @eJar, William and Lieerty Streets, New York City. FOR RENTNine Room IIouso in Madrona Park Addition, Two blocks from street car. Apply at Tim Catho- lic Progress office. Remember the Knettlo Corset Do.is doing business at 915 Second avenue, Pacific Coast Steamship Comlmy Owning and Operatln| a Full Fleet M PIP, ST CLASS STEAhkgtI! Between Alaska, t.tot'nia, a ad Mexico. BELLIGHAM BAY ROUlrI MAINLANDER Leaves Daily except Saturday 11 , m. for Everett, Anacort, leMrka and Whatcom. VANCOUVER ROUTE. S. S. RAMONA Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 15 p.m. From Pier "A." Phone White76--after 6 p. m. Full information relative to rates, etc., may be obtained fl'ol agent ot the company, or Seattle Ticket Oce, 11 Jam . Phone Main 10$. C, D. DUNANN, Geol. Pass, Agent. 10 Market St., San Francisco. ALL POINTS EAST SPLENDID SERVICE UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT COURTEOUS EMPLOYEB 2 OVERLANDS DAILY 2 TIME--SAVERS The "FAST MAIL" 8:30 a. m. 2 nights to St. Paul 3 nights to Chicago 4 nights to New York The Famous "FLYER" 7:30 p. m. A Swell Train to Spokane, the Twh Cities, St. Louis. Chicago, East and South, For Tickets, Raolders and Information, call on er addlSS C. W. Meldrum S.G. Yorku, C.P.&T. A. G.W.P.A 612 FIRST AVENUE, SEATTLE, WASH - _ _ _ D. McGOVEN, Tkphon Blus 341, Offie= r 1 HALLIDIE.HENSHAW.BULKLEY Co, 315 2.b Se uo 6 J. L. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAG SEATTLE, WAHH. Chapman Bros. & Co. SCHOOL FUPaNIT'URE & APPARATUS. Furnish Everything needed in ths Schoolroom. I13-I17 THIRD AVE. SO, SEATTLB Telephones: Black 9101; lmdop. 161| EdAN DRAMATIC S.00L. (HOLYOKE BLOCK.) Direction Nortiwesten Theatrical Syndicate. lall term in ession D|- ploma awarded; engagements guarao. teed graduates" six months course,act. ing voice building; dancing. Descrip. tire catalogue mailed free. Frank C. Egau priuoipal, John 0oft, manager. Phone Blue 966 t John W. Roberts M.D. Leehey. ROBERTS & LEEHEY ATTORNEYS 705 N. Y. Block, 'Phone Main 385 m, i Smith Premier Tvpewriter The best that money can buy- Th)nkof it! .Nearly half of all tits type. wrimrs useo in western Washington are SMITH PREMIERS, over seventeen differen makes of typewriters bein00 re00resented. 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