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TACOMA a o. on Island on their launch, the "Butch- &apos; er," last Sunday. Special Coespondenoe of Mr. and Ms. Grlnnell and Mrs. The atholic Pzogzess Patrick McGloin went to Minneapolis The many friends of Mr. J. B. Mc- Monday on an extended visit. Nerthney will be pleased to hear of his return from New York, where he Mr. and Mrs. Gee. A. Stewart dr- has been taking a post-graduate rived in Tacoma Saturday evening and course, are the guests of the former's uncle, Mrs. C. Babcock, of North Tacoma, Mr. Alex McIntosh, of Mason, avenue. has gone to St. Paul, where she will Miss Anna Mead has gone to Seat- visit friends a0d relatives, tle, where she will accept a position in the office of Eb. Mead (her father), Mr. and Mrs. Huifeson are receiv- as cashier. lug congratulations on the arrival of a son. Tacoma, M!ay 1, 1904. On Monday evening, April 25th, On last Tuesday evening the second Mesdames Rydstrom, Doohan and of a series of musical recitals was O'Leary from Gem of the Ocean given by the intermediate classes of Court, W. C. O. F., visited Star of the the Aquinas School of Music In the Sea Court. It was the last meeting Academy auditorium on N. 12th and G. held by the Court before their del- streets, Tacoma. A delightful time egate, Mrs. Graves, would leave for was spent hearing and seeing the re- the convention which <)pens in Mln- sults of the pupils' devotion to their neapolis May 10th. cherished art. Where close attention The question of lcvel and graded •nd unremitting perseverance have assessments was discussed by the been so steadily maintained through- members of the Court and also by the out the year, good results must surely visiting sisters, and was listened to be obtained. This was most clegrly with great Interest by every member b winced in the masterly execution present. with which each youthful performer Mrs Graves, C. R., seem to possess fulfilled the part assigned her. Fol- POGRESS CATH--Hyllengren lowing is the program: the great gift of commanding order March ....................... Behr and respect in her Court by her kind J. Lyon, E. Carlson. and amiable disposition without hav- "Valse Chromatique," Op. 88 ing 1o enforce them 1)y parliamentary (from memory) ............ Godard rules. liss G. Coburn. The young ladies of tlle drill team I 'iolin solo "Fantasie" . ..... Singelee are worthy of the lighest praise; I Miss E. Crounse. their proficiency in their work reflects Accompanist, Miss A. Lyon. great credit on themselves, their cap- Double Trio, "Military March"..Clark tain and on their Court. Hisses M. Ogburn, M. Snyder, L. Le- During their stay in Seattle the Ta-] ' Blanc, V. Earle, M. Carleton, coma visitors were the guests of Mrs. R. Calder. Cannon of the Grand Union, who left "Second Valse," Op. 56 ...... Godard nothing undone to make their visit Miss R. Chrystal. pleasant as well as interesting and ex- Harp Solo, "Ah! Be Not Sad" tolled the advantages of the Twin City (from memory) .......... Oberthur to such an extent that they are serf Miss M. Mc'Avoy. ously considering the question of "Vocal Quartet, "The Angelus"...Macy moving over. Miss R. Chrystal, E. Kost M. Sinclair, G. Coburn. "Golden Spangles," Op. 327 .... Bohm Miss B. Smith. "Trot de Cavalerie" . .... Rubenstein CONFfI¢MATION AT BALLARD. Miss F. Coburn, H. Murphy,  M. Bernhoffer, R, Bushman. ' Last Sunday a the 10:30 n]ass the /iolin Solo, "Berceuse Slave," Op. sacrament, of confirmation was admin- 11 ....................... Neruda istered to 85 persons at St. Alphonsus' Miss M. Sinclair. church. Ballard by the at. Roy. Bistl- Accompanist,,Miss A. Lyon. op. Solemn high mass was celebrated "Rondino Brlllant,' Op. 15 ..... Heller by Rev. Father Trivelli, S.J., of Se- attle, assisted by Father Luenpgeu, of Miss G. Leonard. Vancouver, B. C. as deacon; and Fa. "La Baladlne," Op. 51 ........ Lysberg thor Gorley of Idaho, as sub-deacon. Misses M. Ogburn, M. Fountain. I Father Aehtergael was master of cere-I Hare Solo, "Chanson sans Pa- ]monies Rev. Father Miller, (3. SS. I ro-le '' No 2 O  32 €from R., oi Seattle, occupied a place by the , , . • , v. t --- zlBishop in the sanctuary. 2'hespa-Ii memory) .: ................ t)ut)e ]oious church was filled, many being Miss E Kost ' " " t non-Catholics. Every preparationimd Piano Quartet, "Polonaise," Op. I been made fo, this important occasion. 9 ........................ Schmitt The altars were beautiutlly adorned Misses K. Hay, E. McClellan, L, Poehler, E. Searle. "Vocal Solo .................... Frise Miss G. Coburn. Accompanist, Miss R. Chrystal.. "Valse Brilliants," (from mem- ory) ................. Mbszkowsld Miss E. Crounse. Ylolin Sol0, "Romance," Op. 40 .................... Vleuxtemps Miss A. Lyon. Accompanist, Miss R. Chrystal. Pianos, "Second Hungarian March" ......................... Liszt Misses G. Coburn, R. Chrystal, M. Sinclair, E. Crounse. The grand annual musical by the advanced pupils will be given May 26. Miss Eva M. J. Worden, who has attended Aquinas for a number of years, having completed the music course, will give her certificate recital June 3. Commencement exercises will be REV, FATHER ACHTERGAEL. held June 17. Pastor of St. Alphonsus Church. Monday evening, April 9th the La- dies' Auxiliary to the A. O. H. will with plants and flowers aud the choir give their monthly card party. A had the mass well learned and render. pleasant evening is promised all those ed it with good effect. After administering tim sacrament who attend. Friends are cordially in- the Bishop delivered a short sermon. vited. He congratulated the eongregation nD- " on the rapid progress being made and Mrs. Fred S. Hicks, who has been ill upon the beautiful ehnrch, house and for some time and was removed to St. grounds. It shows the work of an en- Joseph's hospital, is improving rapid- ergetic priest and a willing oongrega- ly. rich, The Bishop was delighted with the large congregation and the almost | perfect equipment ef the ehurelz in The Women's Catholic Order of For- Bellard to accomplish its purpose. The esters gave their third annual ball only improvement now needed is a Tuesday evening. Though there was school where the young aay grow up not such a crowd as was anticipated, under careful Ctlristian influences. still, all those who attended reported The largo Mass oanflrmed is the het evidence that ti,ere are enough ohil. , an dren to start a large school. The Bish- nJoyable evening, and the ladies were pleased flJancially. Music was op said m prt as follows: furnished by Jensen's orchestra. We are too apt to forget that the -- Churoli, so fa as her membe, slnl) is Don't forget there is still another concerned, is a human institution and she must be perpetuated in the oilild. "musicale" to be given by the Bone- We need to support our faith just as dietine Sisters at Holy Rosary hall, we need to support our very life. The Friday, May 11. Admission twenty- salvation of souls is ever the foremost five cents, interest of the Church. ":: ...... ; Speaking to the class and opn¢rega- ., ties he said: Children and bretbreu tendered An elebortte banquet was who have received this saoarmeut, you Roy. Father Demetris last Tuesday understand from the instructiou you evening at Holy Rosary hall, by the have received the zmportance of con- young men of St. Joseph's Society. flrmation. It conveys God's graeeto This banquet ,was given as a farewell tim soul. You have received God to Father Demetris Himself in recieving the Holy Ghot. In 0apism yon were n0¢ conscious of i the great sacrament you received. It Mr. 1L W. Uhlman and family took is by the sacrament 0P"oonflzmation THw- CATHOLIC PROGRKS6. | I I • death. Thoir many friends sympa- ::::: :: :::::::: ::::::::::::::" " ::- • - Pacific Coast Steamsh@ thize with them in their sad affliction. • Dealer In All Kinds Of Miss Anna Kennedy is at home rarlrls Owning and Oporatlnll • Pull Pleet el after an absence of 114 days spent in St. Joseph's Hospital, where she Pl¢tures, FIRST CLASS STE had been detained with typhoid fever. Mouldings --Set-con-- Mr. MeAvoy, of Seattle, has been in the city for several days in the inter- Most Complete Line, New, Unique: ALska est of the Catholic Order of Foresters. and Artistic Work, and Washington, LOW PRICES Oregon, Mr. Will Kennedy is reported on the CalioFnia Those who drank this sick list. His friends hope it will be The Pacific PJ0ture,Frame Co a.00d coffee years ago are. of short duration•  1114 16 8rd Ave. Phone Red 44 BELLIGHAM BAY RO drinking it still. MAINLANDER What better proof of ELLENSBURG • V.V$.t.t--Z :::=:: €:::: € €= €: € € €: = Leaves Da!ly except Saturday 11 I. its uniform quality, m. for Everett, Anacortes, llrlm Sold by g,oeers I,00llensburg, Wn Galbraith, Bacon & Whatcom VANCOUVER ROUTE. Only iu the sealed ti, On Saturday of last week Rev. J. Detler In S. . RAMONA-- 40 cents Swoons gave a delightful picnic to AY, GRAIN, FLOUR and FEED, LZMB Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 ..... twelve of his serving boys, taking PLASTER and CEMENT• p.m. From Pier "A." you zeceivo the plentitude of the sac. them up the Schustan Canyon where Teephonew--Oraln Co., Main 25; Dock Phone Whlte76--after 6 p. m. • Main 26; Residence, Pink 771• Full information relative to foment of baptism• Eacl sacrament they £ound some good springs and 0fflco and Warehon ..... Gaibraith Doe| ires a special object. Tim particular also saw the Unittanura Falls. The rates, etc., may ba obtained from grace of confirmation is it makes the Foot Madison Street, Seattle, Wuh. agent of the company, or faitl| strong. You are now supposed to little boys and father had great sport -- Seattle Ticket Office, 115 Jam It, fight valianW against sin and infldeli- playing ball which occupied the time Phone Main lo35. ty. There are those who deny God, before luncheon, after, which they D M D l d tile soul, eternal life, who believe that picked flowers to bring home to Jim •  Ola c.D. DUNANN Genl. Pass. Agent. death ends all. Because you can do Kerneally, who was sick and could Carriage and Wagon Making 10 Market St,, 8an Francisco. nthing without grace these suers- not attend. Those present were Cler- GENERAL JOBBING - _ - - mets are imparted to fill'.up life with ance Michels, Wm. Uebelacker, Hugh HORii|ESHOEING grace. You need to be faitlfful in re- taining tiffs grace. You need the grace Kavanongh, 30hn and Phil 415-417 wa, tngton Bt.. Seattle, Wa ALL P01STS lAST of perseverance in every walk of lifo. Stanley Scott, Sarl Flynn. Clerence Matrimony is another saoramon¢ di. Fftterer, Ludger Pattenaude, Louise SANITARY PLUMBIN vinely instituted and daily we see it Meaghers, Vincent and Joe Gahlen. NOUSE DRAINAGE lose its hold upon those who solenmly They arrived home at 6 p. m., declar- CLOSE ESTIMATES received it. rl'hey have lost the grace lag they had never had a better time. SpelJman of the saoramm, t nd hunmn society is D.B. . suffering grievocsly in consequence. Steam and Hbt water Heating. Confirmation is received only once and The choir is pracUclng a new mass Telephone Black 1621. its grace mus l)e carefully kept aud which they will soon be able to sing. 215 Columbia St. 8eaRle, Wast nourished through the sacrameu,*s ef peuanee and tloly Eucharist. To so There will be a meeing of the ladies live as t:o be a fit companion of angels istheway to maintain tho grace ofthe of St. Andrews Church next Sunday W AONER'S saeramenrrS, and by so living we will after mass, for the purpose of decid- be a sou,'ce of hal)piness to ourselves, ing when and where they will have --BAND and ORCHESTRA-- SPLENDID SERVICE • m honor oour friends and au exam-their summer socials, whose proceeds MUSI£ :FURNISHED FOR UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT ple to those who used the gift of faith are to be used in helping to pay for ALL OCCASIONS COURTEOUS EMPLOYE8 and religion." property recenily purchased by the T.H. WAGNER, Manager OVERI.ANDS DAILY church. Phone aiu 834 -- I72a Summit ASS, 2 Z TIIVIF_rSAVERS Tim card party ill the parish hall was well attended las Tuesaay even- The county convention tiffs week The Puget Sound National Bank The "FAST MAIL" 8:30 a. m. ing. Tim playing was full of spirit and the evening heartily enjoyed, gave many lleiV aspirants o official SEATTLE. The hostesses of the evening were Mrs position, hard lesson in trickery and Capital maid p ............... ,eoe 2 nights to St. Paul surplus ....................... 10,o00 3 nights to Chieago Wm. Gibha):dt and Mrs. Dixon, who polticial diplomacy. Promises are not Jacob Furth ................. Prosidmt 4 nights to New York binding when trading begns and many furnished the refreshments and direct- J.S.O.ldsmith ......... Vie,-Preaid.nt FLYER ed the l)rogram. R.V. Ankeny ................. Cuhi.r The Famous" ' 7:30 p, m. a good man's interests are sacrificed Correspondence in all the prlnIpal by srtoug combinations. It is a hope- cities of the world, lnoludlng A Swell Train to Spokane, the Alaska. General Banking Business Tran.sattt Cities, St. Louis, Chlcago, East att The Catholic Order of Foresr, ers held I fol eondition when so many business [ a meeiing Wednesday eveuing in Elks' [ men take so active a part in the man South. hall nnd initlat0d the following candi- n nt f - " " • ' [age m o caucuses and primaries PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANE For Tickets. Rates, Welders and Fu d:Ues- Messrs. Federsluel, McGreevy ........ [n¢ormatlon. call n er addreu [ .' . " ,, • .  • - m  an(l seek placss in T, ne convelllOnS. It [ UUS01', .Lrenllaet ano. [IIZlCKI, J-- d. | ., . Caplt,] $100.000. pald up, wlth authorlt} C.W. Meldrum S.G. Yerkuh 1 1 r should be moze so if we are to mamtam Ivers of Seattle served as ch'ef rm ge " to lacraae to $!,000.000 C.P. & T.A. G.W.P. &. during the initiatory ceremonies. Aft- safe govo,'nment. E.C. NeuCeler ........ President 612 FIRST AVENUE, er the work was we'1[ under way cig- J It. llayc½- .......... Cashier SEATTLE, WASH ars wore nmde the special order of the J.T. Greenleaf .... Asst. Caabler evening and  general jollification was Commerclal t.;avlnge and Trust, Geuera ....... indulged in. Ballard court is one of Banklng and Exchange. the most substantial in the state. At FaCefui o,..,' ,o H:I,. D. McGOVERN. one period of its existence the court lu Jes,; lh':n h:flf :m h,,'u" my t;',q,,, TelephoneBlu¢ 341, Offi¢ Rr dwindlbd to seven in good standing would Trust" ,weiU l ) :tn,[ .w,r lho-e THE SOANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN IIALLIDIE.ItENSHAW.BULKLEYCo, 31$ 2.bS¢ and today they have forty fie on the hills. |lO |30.SYV, S|Oll O|' wl'i,'h W:l of BANK OF SEATTLE. SV¢¢¢*$0r C rgll and seveuawaiingmitiation. The such ll]OlIIPll|OllS ('OI]SOqllt'll(" It i$ Capital and Surphm ........ $ 450,000.0o J.L. Kahaloy backbone of the sou Who aio in i has not mlrpri.ln!, wiflt a full rvali:.ati, n De)osits ................... 2,700,000.0@ andrew Chllberg .......... PreMdent GENERAL DRAYAGE. given it stability if it for a nloment of' the (!Oll:q>(lll,"),'O, Of :1 ]HI]t, lh:tt ] A. II, Soelberg ........ Vice-President seemed to lack it. Of such men ally sholfld I mve refused at first t'o obw J.F. Lane ................. Cashier SEATTLE, WASH. " Gee. R Fisher .... Assistant Cashier society, and town, ought to be proud, th order. Not un[il the thh'd (-v Wm. Thaauum ..... Arrlstant Cnhier for it is ill enlergencies that men, real fourth order of Iho niout per€ ulao,-'v Transacts a general banking bualn#,m. • Interest paid on savings deposltL men aro of s,rvioe. Mr. J. A. Carmo- eh'u':wter reached n,,, did , ol,,,y. 1 we ...o = o00o..t Chapman Bros & Co. dy of Snoliomish and Mr. C. W. Kin- lhlnk I slumhl have rislu,d tim t, otisP ..... __ ley of Seattle wore present at the tlnell(s of di.ohe(lienco even lhcn bW, meeting, for the fact tlmt the order to halt w.,s JOHN J. POWER SCHOOL FURNITURE & c,'o,n,,,,,io ,v H h th,, ,'xl,h,,,:,tio,, ,:,, APPARATUS. G(HlOl"dl To, vllo %v;[s stwo1"a] /11i]o [U J_-ll U[DITWI1-Iil]I) away. did not wtsh to givo battlo al GONTRAGTOR AND BUILDER. Fo.rniah Evorything nemted in the Gettyslmrg. It is stated oil good qn- Residence 817 Tenth Avenue. ohoolroon,. th.n•ity t]mt General Leo said some ind. Phone 1782. 113-117 THIRD AVE. SO, SEATTL] Roy. Father Fisher is suffering from ] time before his death that if Jackso Telephones: Black 9101 ; Indop. 1615 had been there he would have 'on ill --• -e-...-e..o..o-t..¢ = = = = : :.: a sprained ankle.__, this battM a, great and posMbly dc- Mr. Thomas McNerthney is at home ] cislve victory. I cannot voch for the OF PARTICULAR VALUE truth of this statement, as I dld not F6AN DRAMATIC SC"OOL for his vacation, hear it; but no soldier In a great crisis How to properly ventilate a room • over wished more ardently for a de- is told in "Care of Invalids," issues (HOLYOKE BLOCK.) The sad news of the death of Jo- llverer'/z hand than I vdlshed for our, by the bfedical Department of The Direction Northwestern Theatrical sepr McLean, who died in Kansas City, hour of Jackson when I wa,mdered to Mutual Life Iusurance Gompauy of Syndicate. Fall term in session Die Me.. Saturday, April 30, has been re- halt--General John B. Go,on In Scrib- New York. This book is sent on re- plom awarded; engagements guaran- eeived• The remalns are expected to ner°L quest to those who address the Home teed graduates" sixmonths course, act, Office of the Company, Nassua, Oe,lar, ing voice building; dancing. Descrlp- arrive Wednesday evening and the fu- William and Lioerty Sreets, :New five catalogue mailed free. Frank O. neral will be from All Saints' Church TO ST. LOUIS FAIR. York City. Egan prineipal, John 0oft, manager. Thursday morning. The decease was The Northern Pacific will make Phone Blue 966 21 years of age at the time of his special round trlp rate of $67•50 from FOR RENTNins Room House in death. A father, mother and three Seattle and other Puget SoUnd Points Madrona Park Addition, Two bloeks .... sisters are left to mourn his untimely to St. Louis and return, from May to from street oar. Apply at Tle Oatho. John W. Roberts M.D. Leehey. October inclusive. For all particulars lic Progress office. IN" THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE call on or address any N. P. Agent. I. ROBERTS & LEEHEY State of Washington, in and for the A.'adeau, General Agent, Seattle. county of King.--In Probate. ,. Remember the Knettle Corset ATTORNEYS In tlm matter of the estate of James _ - - - doing business at 915 So,end avenue. 705 N. Y. Block, 'Phone Main 88 McManan. deceased. Order to Show Cause on Sale of Real Estate. No. 5517. SMOKE PRINCE S MIXTURE. A. T. Hayes, the administrator of the estate of James MoManan deceased, - - - having filed hia potition in the Court ,. duly verified praying for an orderer this JAMES J GODFREI Smilh Premier Typewriter Court for tbc sale of all the real estate • of which the said deceased died seized, for the parpose therein set forth: ATTORNEY AT LAW | And it appearing to tho Court from ii" The best that money can buy-. said petition, that the personal estate 'Phones, Main 896 " 634.5 Pzoner Building of the said deceased in the hands of paySaM theadmlnistrat°rclaims againstls nottheSUfficlentsaid estatot° Indep, X 2086._ SEATT'00 Think 0f it! Nearly half of all the type andthereof.the and°XpenseSthat it°fisthenecessaryadministratl°ntu sell FOR RENT--Large, fine front room #riters used in western Washin000n are all of the real estate of the said de- with grate, hot and cold water, suit- pensesCeased tO.of paYadmiutstration.thc satd claims and ex- hlO for two persons, oloso i. "SMITH PREMIERS, over seventeen differen And it appear|rig to the Co.rt that 415 Sixth 00ven make of typew iter bei g resented said petlthm conforms to and is in ac- S r s g req . cordance with the requirements nf law Over 220,000 machines sold n the United States in last twelve year in such case made and provided. It is ordercd by the Court that all U n"urp'v I)ickerman A-- '° '"° °' "'° TH ooooo00o,00 00oooo00 beforo said SU- WONDER perior Court on the 9th day of June, Phones Main 956 Ind. 957 1904. at tle hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the Courtroom of the lrobato depariment of said Su- perior Court in tlm City of Seattle, in MILLINERY STORE said King County, thon and thor, to PHOSII ORGANS AND SEWIHG WCHtHES 6N flEE TWLlll show cause, if any they have, why an ae displaying a ohoice order of this Court should not be grantcd assortment of Latest t ENTOR¥ UPRIGltT PIANOt 12k almg$fm! IIltld tO the said administrator, authorizing and empowering him to sell the said real hats, Large Picture E1Llff PARLOR ORGANS, $25 UP. Wax'sted 95 11 Nat   estate of said deceased, or so much Hats of 6hiffon dud .JdlANT CENTURY 8EWINO MACHIN BAI.L-BF.ARINO, 1 ,111111i tlloreof as may be necessary to pay tho aforesaid clahns and expenses of admin- fancy braids, also a Mat    0 V 10LY flWi1., tstration. ' smaller shapes ia the IB '. It is further ordered that a copy of  IIII1: l@llll !/lp llNlll this 0rdor to show cause be published at Gage and other de- least four sucoesstve weeks before tho signs. If you are said 9th day of June, 1904. in the Catho-  at lic Progress, a newspaDer printed and thinking of purchas- i IMIIII published in ald County of King and ins eeasonable hats, Idlpol of general circulation therein . Done in open Court this 4th day of give us a call. x ellh ilm) MaY 1904.  R TH[ WONDER, wRrrEFOR,RF.EOATAIGUE,_ Judge. McCF] ERrY & KANE, '420 SEOOND AVENUE (:ENTURY MF'Q GO. atrr:No. EUlStLOdall, Attorneys fur Administrator. ,--,, ......