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0 Marvelous r "rk BUTTER Ii Assorlments. I "" &apos; - "<! MERCHANDISE , f 1811 SECO D AVE ii SEA[TLE COLLEOE NOTES. At the regular monthly reading of "Marks" held on Monday, May 2, First.Testimon/als,' awarded to those who received 95 per cent for conduct and application to study, ware won by the following students: Frgnois Molloy, John Kelly, M*t- thew Ryan, Carroll Reynolds, John Cross, George Schwarz. James Mo- Oloskey, James Gilmour, Leo Padden, Basil Glcn0ross, Star goeum, Leo Hartlaub, Daniel Ryan, John Oonoan- non, John Dunney, Thomas MaiLer, John Ryan, Frank Kelly, Dennis Mol. Icy, Lawrence rrreke, George Wagneg,. Charles Drentwett, Joseph Markey,, Henry Newman, Maoauley Peabody, Edward Cotter, Paul Peter and Robert Graham, Class Medals. ' The class medals were awarded to the class loaders--Francis J. Molloy, George F. Sehwarz, Thomas Mahor, and Lawrence Kreke. In three classes no medals were merited. The Banner. The class banner, which is awarded to the class obtaining the highest av- erage during the month, was won by the class of Second Preparatory. Tile elms averages were: Poetry 82.69 Humanities 94.03 Firs# Academic 94.79 Second Academic 92.89 Third A oademio 92.82 First Preparatory 94.83 Second Preparatory 95.03 Literary Exercises. A number of declamations and es. says accompanied tim above exercises. The presentation of the Torture.cham- ber scene in the Fourth Act of "Tile Christian," tile play which is to be given by the students of the college in the Third Avenue Theater on May 12th, was espeoiahy worthy of praise. David organ, Thomas Walsh and John Oonoannon took the principle characters in this scene of the play. SACRED HEART PARISH." On next Friday evening at 8 o'clock the pupils of the Sacred tIeart SehGol assisted hy 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- tisUc in the rising generation. A cor- dial Invitation 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. Dnco of the Gnomes .......... Bohm" Miss Marie Peltier. Hesitation ................. Kussner Misses E. Hewltt, F. Maher, M, Riley. Recitation--The Hymn of Conquest Miss Helen Walsh. Soapir D'Amour ........... Lavlgne Violins--Misses M. Edgcomb, E. Green, H. Tlllmax, Pl- anes-Misses M. Ahues, B. Hawkins, T. Ryan. Vocal Quartette--Sunset ............ Misses B. Hawkins, T. Mur- phy, K. Titus, H. Walsh. t SMOKI PRINCE'S MIXTURE. PIONEER JEWELER Eslablished 1882 MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING ' Wdlm H. Frock DIAMONDS WTCHES, JEWELRY, CUT GLASS SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. $16 Second Avenue, Seattle. PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Kelly IIII Wash- Ington Strea Prmung, Binding, Ruling, Blank Bool Enavingl Embossing, Umogravur. Spcial mad of /'lc C, onazrckd PIINTIN.0. Impromptu Polka.. .......... Laybach Miss Gertrude Weidlieh. A Minim's Request ................. Idttle Nellie Morrison. Accompanists, Francis Mc- Guirk, May Riley. Polka do Concert ............ Bartlett Misses M. Edgcomb, M. Green, W. McLean. How Some Girls Study .............. Tyrolese IIome Sound ............... Sacred Heart Ceclllans. Caprice .Bohemien .......... Lebierre Misses M. Edgcomb, G. Weld- lich, N. Walkup. Vocal Trio--Springtide .............. Seniors. Mazurk Elegante .............. Lack Miss Theresa Ryan. Instrumental Duet--Fantasla ........ Green, D. Hawkins, A. O'Neill, W'. McLean, T. Ryan. Pantomime--One Sweetly Solemn Thought ....................... ST. MARY'S PARISH. St. Mary's parish congregation hav- ing outgrown their present church have grasped the opportunity of scour. ing a block of land in the Hill Addi- tion where in tile years to come they will have room for a ehoreh, a school mid the pastoral residence. The block lies on Tweutieth avenue between Wel. ler and Thane streets. The purchase was made Monday and tim price is $10,000 The present location is for sale and the sooner the sale is made tile sooner will we see another large olzureh building. The parish is not yet three years old and deserves much cre==,.dit fox the good work done. Confirmation will be administered to a large class of boys and girls next Sunday after tile high mass. The Bishop will preach the sermon. "WHATSOEVER YOU ASK IN MY NAME, I WILL GIVE IT THEE." The following communication speaks for itself and is an evidence of strong faith among our neople and of fhe powerful intercession of the good St. Joseph : Ed. Catholic Progress.--I promised St. Joseph I would circulate tl'e devo- tion to him if he would answer my prayers. I repeated daily for thirty days a short prayer to dear St. Joseph, and before the time expired my prayer was answered. The prayer was for a member of my family who had not gone to his duty for years. I thank God, through holy St Joseph, he re- ceived the sacraments this Easter. I hope every Catholic w)m reads The Catholic Progress and @he is in troub- le will have recourse to dear St. Jo. seph.--M. M. Chehalis, Wash. CiTY NEWS. Mr. John McQuadc and Mr. Mark Oieason of Issaquah were in tile city luring the past. week. Mr. A. L. TilliselL, State Secretary of tim C. O. F., and Mr. Louis Brown of Spokane, were in'the city Tuesaay en route to Olympia to attend tile Democratic convention. SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. Last week we innocently created much jealousy in the MeNamee family by giving the wrong man credit of pa- ternity. We should have given the honor to Mtr. John McNamee Dexter avonoe. The Christian NOT 00CAINE Third-Avenue THEATRE Thursday Afternoon, May 12,1904 Presented " by- the SEATTLE COLLEGE DRAMATIC 00,OCIETY "A Stirrmg and Instructive Play" ..-WM. M. RUSSELL BEST NATIVE CREAMERY 1"2 cts' Pound. Fresh churned every day. Fresh Ranch Eggs 20c for Satur- day. Tel. Main 619,. Intl I010 Mrs. 1. J. Walsh, of Tacoma, spent the week in the city visiting numer- ous friends. LADIES WILL ALL VOTE. AS it is now generally known that the Ben Marche has generously set aside $1,000 as a charity gift to four institutions of the city we need only urge all Catholics who buy to remem- ber the House of the Good Shepherd when about to cast the votes to which their purchases entitle them. Be sure to vote your fall allotment of tickets and get your neighbors to vote like- wise. The most popular of tile four gets the larger share of tim money. Our people never go in except to win, so let us do so this time. Here is a chance o win and at the same time have a part in a very interesting con. test. Every purchase of ten cents on. titles tile purchaser to n vote, so no matter how little it will count in the aggregate SMOKE PRINCE'S MIXTURE. GOOD ROADS AND SEATTLE SIPRIT. The best evidence that good roads and street improvements are appreciat- ed in Seattle and surrounding country zs seen in the great number of buggies cartages, and road wagons sold this spring. Dealers say that so far the number greatly exceeds the number sold in any former like period. The Bredes.Duffy Co. of Western Avenue anticipated tile trade and began the season with a larger stock than ordi- nary and they have sir co found i nec- essary to duplicate their orders, and now they have a large, hssortment of tile Studebaker standard makes of wag- ons and ligbter conveyances. The rapid development of all farming dis- tricts and the growing Alaska business has greatly increased trade in these lines and in agricultural Implements. The numerous "home seekers" and substantial old settlers feel tile pros- perous condition of tim country and provide themselves wiflL tim necessi- ties, oonveniendes and comforts of lite. Among these are the laes farming i.,plements and such ooveyances as Will best serve their opportunity o travel. This firm carries a full line of farm and gaz:den tools, street sweepers and all manner of delivery wagons. They have established themselves in the estimtion of every farming com- muniaty ill western Washington a most reliable, an0 reasonable in price. M. J. Farrell aged 14. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Farrell of 419 Terrace died on May 1 of pneumonia and was buried from the church of Our Lady of Good lelp by Collins Bros in Cal- vary cemetery. Ella Josephin Possin of South Parle died of di,flitimria aud was buried pri- vately by Collins Brothers in the Georgetown cemetery. Mrs Probncki died in Tacoma and as the family resides at Ballarfl tile body was consigned to Collins Bros. Thee. Habernal 2,, MarionStree,. Fashiona[,lc Tailor New Line of Spring.Goods Staples and Winter Goods in Great Variety Last Monday evening the Young Men's Institute devoted the evening to a social for themselves only. There as a large attendance and the hours flew rapidly by. The tinm was given to games and friendly conversations. An abundance cf ice cream and cake served to support tile literary and mu sioal pzpgram which was very good. Recitations, songs arid piazm and vie. lin added much to the spirit of the social. WHITE RIVER. White River, May 2nd.--Mr. Arm- strong of Kent visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. O'Connell of O'Brten on Tuesday. Mrs. Raines made a short visit at the home of her llarnts, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hayes prior to lmr departure for Manila. Mrs.' J. Dwyer is gradually recover- ing from her severe illness. TIm teachers and students of the KentHigh Sohoo will make an excur- sion to University Saturday. A pie sic will be given Saturday at ngl6 Lake under the auspices of the White Rivey School. I We have a number of excellent families where young ladies may have a comfortable home without cost while making a course in the business Colleges. / I.OSS TO Awr. Rome, April 23,Two magnificent pa|nting by Corregto In the municipal building of Parma havc suffered se- rious damage fllrough a stove which had been placed too near them. The "Madona Della Seggiola" is one of the paintings, and "St. Jerome" is the other. Their value is almost Inesti- mable. The governmenf has begun an investigation to fix the responsibility and everything will be done to restore and save the paintings. After a (.lose examination of the fa- mous painting, "The Last Supper," by Leonardo da Vinci, at Milan, Profes- sor Cavenaghi has submitted t'o the authorities some suggestions to pre- vent its total destruction by the rav- ages of time. The municipal council of Milan has sul)mitted the proposals to a commlt'tee, which will adopt a de- inite plan for tile preservation of the great work without retouching it. Prince can repair that pipe you wer seeaking about. TH[RD AVENUE THEA]:ER. v Keep m rain3 the coming entertain- ment by the boys of Seattle College. MANTELS The Most Artistic Line of MANTELS in wood and tile in the ciW. NOVEL DESIGNS, HIGHEST FINISH We submit special sketches for YOUr consideration. Washington Fixture & Mantel Co 716,8rd Ave. Phones Main & Ind.74.5 GOING TO ROME. Archbishop Ryan will leave Phila- delphia some time in June for a trip to Rome. He will be gone several weeks and will celebrate in the Eter. nal City on August 20, tTm twentieth anniversary of his succession to the Archbishopric. Fine Millinery, StTIish Suits and Wraps, Fine Dress Fabrics, Lovely Wash 6oods, Plain & Fancy Silks, Ribbons and Laces, Neckwear & Veilings Hosiery and Underwear, Corsets & Undermuslins, Domestics and Draperies, Fancy Goods & Stationery. The Best Goods at Moderate Prices AN ENDOWMENT POLICY IN THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Is tile safest and mostrproflt - able investment you can make. Policies to suit any condition in life wzll be esti. nmtod and written by I. P. LAVIN, Speoial A.ent Mutual Life Bldng FOR RENTNewly furnished rooms nnd board, -use of piano,-furnace heat, fine location, 914 James S{; 'Phone Red 8051. 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- tion and ticket's, call on or address I, A. Nadcau, Gen'l Agent, Seattle. McCARTHY .9 o00 e.oo.ooooo.ooooo ICATHOLiC l BOOKS I Prayer Books, Rosaries, etc oo oo ooQ oooo eo ooo,o t Elaterite R00fng Co, Area*' Seattle. MERZ DAIRY SUPPLY CO  Agents for the De LavaI Cream Separator The bes't by test. 400,000 of them in use ' " ,Aents for the "BUHL 'k nlllk sans, and for a u]l lille of Creamery, Cheesemaker'a and milkmen's supplies and apparatus. I Fully equipld Tinop Department firaniteware, Hardware, Woodenware. i 119 SECOND AVE. SO. SEATTLE, WASH :  ; -; .: :::.#:::$::::::$ =:=:::.: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: foi" burial here. THE 'CHRISTIAN will iutorest every one wire likes a IN.THE SUPEI.liOR COURT OF THE .......... ___a_, ..... z  *t. .^. t......lli, v tato o wasaLngton zor King uounty. . - ..... - " " - - CORDIAL RELATIONS. " In the 'matter uf the estate of Jo-] f% T   v ' Q ed a fine reputation for dramatic art .sephjn%O'C.on.nor, deceased. In Probate. I )< | | I='I  | t [-'ljd*ty The German government is empha- o .... .; ...... , ^ , ..... a; .... mo, ba ro. zv. ouce of am of Real Estate. I  ..v - ,a .a  .a..#ta, .a M,,,,. , o,,,,,, , u. ,, ,,-,,-,,,,*j --.a . Notice is hereby given that pursuant {   sizing its cordial relations with the expected. It takes pla0e on May 12 t to the order of the above entitled court 1  , Vatican; it university students are , mace and entered in the matter of this ., th0 ILlrd Avenue theater, estate on March 24th 1904 the under-] Real Estate & Insurance J now allowed to attend the meetings of signed administrator will sell at public l ....... auction in the manner provided by law 1  Jesiaenl-Agent of I;ne X the sodalities of the Blessed Virgin,  ............ -. - .--- at the trent door of the court house of JX which are being organized at every uA. ann m.--:ilrsiTxl; KinsghiCOu)nty /n ,the city Of Seattle, l -nce Assurance Co.  Board, well furnished roon s, a Wa ngto , a ten o'clock st. m. of Sat- I  f German seat of learning, in charge of ,,,,,,= ,, h,, ,oo -on-ble urday, April 23, 1904, the real property of 1  a Jesuit Father. Such permisslon had ................. "- ....... :" .... said estate consisting Of the community ] ' Mrs. Atom 8ulhvan, interest of deceased in Lot Ten of Block l Rentals Management of Estate-  hitherto been refused, uh,,,,= n.a ass ZlO,, h Cot Loners Eleven of Central Seattle, an addition]' ,  t, ,( ........... "= .......... ' ' to the city of. Seattle in King County, [Purohase and Sale of Real Estat __ Washington, wnleh sale wlll be made for IO ; SMOKE PRIN(JE'S MIXTURE. cash to the highest and.best bidder at lC) i fzr prrc.,a MLTURE such sale, subject to confirmation bY])D .... m;^.   ''-'' . ........ , " the above entitled court. [0 w,--  ,, Idg. S=ttlo, W.. _ _ [ ' - - PATRICK O'CONNOR, 1 .-- - - -. - - -. "' ' I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TtS-E Administrator, z Of Mahthe Estate of Joseph-]--6s-.  .......... ins O Con mr, Deceased ,,,, = MERICAN [ iStOgaWtashington. or VAns County. Notice dated ,4tho A. D. 1904. nOPATHY In the matter of tim estate of Dan,el ROABttEorRneSy2foLrEEsHtaEte Y' (A SAVINGS , Curran, deceased ,05 New York Blok Seattle WASHINOTON INFIRM ARY GF ] SettlementN" 3579. of OrderAccountAPplntinganu''lrocTlmCting Nofr- ............. " .............. - L OSTEOPAT r zx. ............ d J'elQ 1or, LL U.; "-'=" BANK = 0 ] tlce of the Same. DANClNQCLA88ES. [M'arRarot O. E0k. D. O. X--Ray In the matter of this estate the ad . when needed ex mln ] .... " - on this da  rendered Monday and Friday Prof. W.lon|l ; a " ations free mlnLstraor has F ' T R U S T C O. ] and presented for settlement and filed School. Ra.ake Hall. Private lessens 1414 Second Avenue, thzrd floor, . in this court iris final account as such dall J Phone, James 4641 " Cor. Second and Madllon. administrator, together with a petition -" Capltal Stock, $200,000.00 for his final discharge as admlnistrator. We Pay 4 Per Cent. oa Deposits. DIRECTORS : Jas. A. Murray, President. Capi- talist. Butte, Mont. Jas. P. Gleasooa, Vtes President and Mantger. M. M. Murray. Cashier. Ed Hickey, Capitalist, Butte. Mont. J. C. Ford. Vice-Pres. and Gen'l Mgr. Pacific Coast Co. Michael Earl, Pr, Puget Bound Saw Mill Co., Fairhaven. Robert J. Tobln, Treas. Hibernia Sv- Ing & Loan Socty, San Franelsee. W. D. McCarthy, Pre McCarthy Dry @oods Co. Frank McDermott, Treas. Bon Marehe. J. . Hagerty, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. M. D. Leehey, Roberts & Leehey, Attorneys. Drafts Sold on All Parta of the Forld. A General Banking Business Transacted. Open Saturdays, 10 a. m. tu 9 p. m. aIyt is orderod that Thursday, the 5th d of May, A. D. 1904, at the hour of ]0 o'clock A. M., at the court room of D0Partment No. 4, of this court, in the c'ourt house of King County, in the City of Seattle, Washingtoni be appoint- ed as the time and place for the settle- ment of said account and for hearing of same, and that notice of the same shall be given by posting notices in three of the most public places in King County, and by publishing a similar notice in the Catholic Progress, a weekly news-i paper of general circulation printed and published 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. FBANK H. RUDKIN, Judge. ROBERTS & LEEHEY, Atturneys for Estate, 705 New York Block, Seattle. i R. H. MaCLAcHLIN, Pres. F.W. CRARY, Secy. H. H. GREER, Mngr. AiDREW WEBER, Treas. IF YOU WANT to recover all the money that you have lost in mining and make your fortune besides Buy Valdez and Boston Copper Company's Stock Thts Company owns a group of six of the richest copper claims in Copper River District Alaska ocated near the famous Bunanza Mines, owned by the Hever- , meyer's (Sugar Trust) which is valued at ;Fifteen M'llllon Dollars. All the largs copper operators In America arc now acqulring holdings in this distrlct. WVnr they go you should follow. They know their business. This is a new company r recently )rganized by prominent and substantial business men of Seattle, r Wash- ington.. Capital, 2,000,000 shares, par value, $1.00per share One-half this amount, , 1,000,000 shares, is placed in the reasury for development and equipment pur poses, of which 100,000 shares is new offered for public subscription at 12c per share, payable 2cper share with order the .balance at the rate of lc per share per month, or, 10c per share, cash with oraer, uns 4railroao LS now being built and an- uther contemplated into this district. When these are completed the richest copper country in the world will be opened up, and now is the time to get in. his is aa opportunity you must not overlook. Send US your nrders now. ' M. M. BERRIN & C0. sInng Agents S lind O'BO'm"mU:lBllitJLll " 'wr-O01, A':A, ''.JJIX.