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THE CATHOLIC PROGRI'tMk NEW ACADEMY. "To Be Built on Broadway by the Sis. ters of the Holy Names--Work Will Commence Soon. Mother John tile Baptist, the pro- incial of the Order of Holy Names, was a visitor in Seattle during the last week, arriving front Portland on matters appertaining to the spread of the order in this city. Whilst here she purctmsed a beautiful site on Broadway for the erection of a new institution of an educational nature. The institution will emhrace elemen- tary as well as advanced branches of study, graduating tim pupils in a reg- ular academic course. The building that will serve for first accommodations will be 56x76 feet, three stories high. The building will be of pressed brick, rock cornices and window casements. Only the best architectural designs will be audited when tlm preliminaries have heen at'- ranged. Thc faculty for the contemplated in- stitution will be recruited from the sisterhood at the Academy of Holy Names. The new institution will be a valu- able addition to the worthy exponents of Catholic education of Seattle. The well:known standard of scholarship maintained by the Order of Holy Names In all thelr institutions is a gratifying feature that augurs not on- ly for the welfare of the new academy, but for exceptional facilities for Se- attle as an educational centre from the Catholic as well as secular stand- point. COLLEGE OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES. Wednesday was a gala (lay at the College of Our Lady of Lourdes, GOLDEN JUBILEE. Of Mother John the Baptist and Sis- ter Francis Xavier to Be Cele- brated in Portland in July. Mother John tile Baptist, the provin- cial of the monastic order of Holy Names, and Sisters Francis Xavier, both of St. Mary's Academy at Port- land, will celebrate their golden Jubi- lee of convent life next July. Mother John the Baptist, well- known as a pioneer of the qrder ht the Pacific west, having founded a great number of institutions, and su- perintended the wonderful advance of the order in these 1)arts. Sister Francis Xavier is an educator well known throughout the west, par- ticularly so to the people of Seattle, in the capacity of the first superior of the Academy of Holy Names, when that institution was located on Second avenue. She was one of the twelve who came into the western wihlerness from Montreal in 1859. The succeed- tng years were replete with the hard- A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. Fourth Annual May Reception of 8e. attle Council, Y. M. I. One of the tnost hnportant events In Y. M. I. circles in this city is the rccei)tion given by the local council in May of each year. For some weeks past the members of Seattle council have bcen preparing for their fourth annual reception which took place at Pcrs0nal mcnll0.. E. L. Drew of the Third Avenue theater, was In Tacoma over Sunday. John B. Agen returned tills week from a trip to New York and Chicago. Mr. W. 2'. Krebsstopped off in the, city Monday, en route home from Spo- kane. Ranke's hall last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Pratley and Miss Butler were visitors at Mr. Butler's In South Park It was by far the most successful of on Tuesday. any yet given and reflects much credit ripen the council and the committees Miss Emma Sehl of Victoria, B. C., is thc guest of Miss Marie Becking- having the affair In charge, ham this week. The hall was very tastefully deco- rated and light refreshments were Mr. J. Flynn of "The Evil Eye" corn- served daring tile entire evening, pauy was entertained at dinner Tues- (lay evening by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. The grand march was led by Mr. Sullivan. J. P. Lavin, president of Seattle coun- cil, and Miss Etnma Sehl of Victoria Louis Michel sailed today for Alas- and coml)rlsed el)out one hundred and ka on the, Cottage City. Louis, we fifty coal)lea, shall miss you. We wish you abund- ant success. A nutnber not upon the progrannne. but which was thoroughly appreciated Mrs. Richardson entertained Mrs. Prentice, Mrs. Gellnous and Miss Era-' by all present, was an excellent vocal ma Gelinous from. South Park, during solo entitled "By Your Shle," render- the last week at her home on Six- etl by Mr. Flynn of tim Evil Eye corn- teenth avenue. l,any, which played during the weel Rev. Father Schumm, C. SS. R., of at the Seattle theater. Mr. Flynn the Sacred Heart churcb, assisted by was present as the guest of Mr. P. J. Rev. Father Clark of St. Louis, con- Sullivan. Among those present ducted a mission at St. Andrew's the following: church, Ellensburg, last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller, Capt. and Barnhart & Crowley have succeed- Mrs. John Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. ed A. R. CcLeod, corner Third and Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Delaney, Yesler, in the grocery business. As Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Keller. Mr. and both gentlemen are well known we Mrs. C. M. Pessemier, Mr. and Mrs. besl)eak for thetu a generous patron- ships and inconvcniences of pioneer F. D. Wismer. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. age. life, though the present status of In-] Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ivers, - ..... Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wilhermsdorfer,: There will be a meeting of the offi- stitutlons she helped to found is cer-i Mr. and Mrs. ,l. C. Allen, Mr. and cers, promoters, members and friends tainly tribute enough to the zeal of Mrs. Kenna, Mr. and Mrs. Mclean, of the Good Shepherd Aid Society at both jubilarians. Mr. and Mrs. A. Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Father Prefontaine's scllool hall after Charles Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. May devotions, Wednesday evening, ACADEMY OP THE HOLY NAMES. Wills, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lol'tus, Mr. May 15th. Please attend and lend The following pupils merit honorable mention in class standing during thq past week: Ninth Grade--Edna Davies, Flossie Barrett, Christine Clark, Maggie Mor- iarty. lfth Grade -- Mary McPherson, Katie Houtakker, Mabel Donovan. Fourth Grade--Mary Ferd, Laureno Wright. Third Grade--Cecilia Barry, Minnie Williams, Susie Graves, Ella Morgan. M. Cavanaugh. Second Grade--Metals McGinnis, Edna Spranger, Florence Smith, Ruth McCormick, Annie M. Cluskey, Lucy and Mrs. J. A. Grow, Mr. and Mrs. zour active assistance in this worthy John H. Rowland, Mr: and Mrs. M. J. cause. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edge- Mr. Schoner of St. Cloud, Minn., has comb, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Leehey.; recently domiciled himself at South Mrs. T. A. Johnson, Mrs. Nordhoff Seattle. He is a new arrival in these Mrs. R. W. Boyd, Mrs. Sehl of Vic- torts and expects to locate permanent- toria, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. H. Langer, ly. Mr. Schoner is an experienced Mrs. Kendall, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. craftsman and likes the country, es- Keane, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lange, l)ecially his new Soutll Seattle home. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Reardon, Mrs. Townsend, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. Murphy, Captain Dobson of the United Mrs. H. Morrison, Mrs. Crane, Mrs. States transport Rosecrans enter- Smart, Mrs. Hune, Mrs. Minnock, Mrs. talned the following party on board his Twiss; Misses Marls Sloan, Blanche vessel Wednesday evening: Mrs. Sehl Clancy. Anna Mahon, Carrie Van and daughter, Miss Emma, of Victoria Brocklln, Hannah O'Neill, Amie! Mrs. Morgan. Miss Elaine Morgan, Smith, Susie McArdle, Merger, el Miss Mary Beckingham, Miss Annie Brannigan. tile Misses Gleason, the Morris, Miss Maria Pauze, Mr. W. S. South Park. Wash. All day long was heard the busy din of singers and I declamers and drums and cornets, t At'Is 7 o'clock the president entered sew elocution hall, among prolonged buzzers and, sat down to enjoy the "Queen Serenade" . .... College Band "'Greeting from the Bank and Commercial" . ......... G. Jacobs "Opidee" . ............... Glee Club "Greeting From the Academics"... .................... Elroy Rund "Ten Little Nigger Boys". ........ Soloist, G. Miller; chorus selected voices from III. Academic. Declamation, "How Teddy Saved His Bacon". ................. J. M. G. Ladies' Band overture..College Band "A Boy's Opinion". ......... J. Ryan "My Old Kentucky Home"..Glee Club Declamation, "A Legend From Breg- enz". .................. S. Dunham Part II. Song, "O See Dat Watermellion".. ..................... J. M, Garvay" "Grand Entree Q. L."..College Band "The Inchcape Bell". ....... T. Ryan "Jack and Jill". ........... Glee Club The Engineel s Story' .J.M. Garvay "It's a Way We Have at Old South Park". ................. Glee Club Closing remarks by the President. "Good Night, Brotlters"....Glee Club Considering that two long plays and a whole chain of declamations :i( and songs are in full preparation for the commencement exercises, it is In- how the students found time to present such a pleasing and varied program. But the new president has Infused new vigor into the whole col-: !ege. Within the last two months ore progress has been made in the college than in any other institution of the ldnd on the Pacific Coast. It bids fair to be Seattle's pride and J0y. : MARRIAGE O11 May 6 at the Church of Our of Good Help, John Podbregar and Pustos Lemsek, both of Enum- Wash. Joseph Recktar was groom's best man and Amelia was bridesmaid. Anthony Harn has succeeded gins in the ownership of the at Duwamish. Mr. Harn is "" fli).er in these parts, having assistant superintendent of hospital anti SUl)erintendent r farm. fie is well known I I .... Catholics of Se:ttle and I r0me].cial venture will cer- / successful one. / McGovern. Misses Flynn. Miss Get(.hcl of Minne- Walker and Mr. J. P. I, avin. First Grade--Ruth Consldine. Lib spells. Miss Stuart, Miss M. Wlalen, i lien Trusty. IJ. Hattie Gunther, K. Phelan. Miss p -- [ ader, Mms Lonsby, Miss Russell, CATHOLIC DIRECTORY SEATTLE COLLEGE IOTES. Miss McKenzie. Miss l,avole, Miss Of the Diocese of Nes,u=l= I Maggie I,avin, Miss Jane l.avln Miss I  " '" At tile. regular monthly reading_ of I Mary Kerkenrath Miss, Edith O"'lhien i (Diocesls iesqualllensis.) Miss Kate Me i --" ., .  ' Comprising the State of Washin t n "Marks " held ill thte college hall oil o "e, Mms uor]qne tey- Established May  ...... g o . " Inohls Miss I " ..... v. rea In square Mend .......... "' . acKson Miss Lena M miles 66 680 Estimated ay, May otis. tim rohowing stu-IXVorth Miss "- " "': " .. ' tion l'n Lq0.'42.000. Catholic popula- oWle MISS I]UCKIOy, MIss : , (ents le(e fl,, ..... '  ' ' RI ht R . ' : ived " .. LeS[llnonl '  ' E ev. Edward John O Des, D D. -.- sis, I I)uenkel, Miss Buckley Miss Pearl Bishop of Nesqually; cons. Sept. 8, 1896- Joseph Lanier. role Edgecomb, Miss Hawkins, Miss lS79; died Dec. 26, 189fi. The following received "second tea- Meisslnger, Miss Green, Miss Merger- ea Keens, Miss Katie McIntyre, Miss timonlals," having had an average of h'ene C. English, Miss Katie Manning, 90 per cent in their classes: William Miss Mary Reardon, Miss Gertrude Young, John Rosenburg, J. C. Ford, James Moffat. The first annual handball tourna. ment, which has been running for over a week, has been a source of much excitement. The Senior and Junion " ' " tangles are at present in progress, and are hotly contested. The Senior "doubles" were won" by Frank Sexton and Albert Prickett; the Junior "doubles" by Carroll Rey- llolds and James Woods. The class championship is held by qhird Academic, who also won at the monthly reading of "Mark's the class banner for the best monthly class av- erage. Their average was 93 per cent. An invitation was received from Rev. Henry J. Shandelle, S. J., of Georgetown University, Washington D. C., to send a copy of the c.ollege coat-of-arms to adorn,, with those of the other Catholic colleges of the United States, the walls of Gaston Memorial Hall, in the oldest Catholid college In the country. Our blue and white will appear. THE NORTHWEST. Mr. Patrick O'Brlen of Cathlamet, Wash., returned last week from Alas- ka, where he has been for the past two years. Miss Nellie McCarty and Mr. Harry Shaw were married at St. James' Ca- thedral, Vancouver, Wash., last Thurs- day. The affair was a quiet one. The ceremony was performed by Rt. Rev. E. J. O'Dea. Mr. John Slavin and Miss Margaret Killeen ,were married in St. Peter's Roman Catholic church at Nanaimo, B. C., Wednesday morning by Rev. Father Heynen. Mr. John Bradley was best man and Miss Quibtll brides- nmid. Mr. and Mrs. Slavin left for Victoria on their way to Seattle and other Sound cities to spend the honey- moon. They will reside in Nanaimo. Reardon, Miss Twiss Miss Ed- wards, Miss Warmath, Miss "Warnshort, Miss Buck, Miss Robare, Miss Hunt, Miss Erdman, Miss Birdie Woodin, Miss K. L. Drew, Miss Mamie Sartorl, Miss Fallen, Miss IAllian 'Wright, Miss Ida Wright, Miss Con- ner. Miss Mason, Miss Emma Sehl df Victoria, Miss Eallne Morgan; Messrs J. J. Sloan, F. Mootz, C. P. Gross, Per- ry C. Price, G. E. Mears, F. J. Finney, G. Carlin, S. W. Mason, J. F. Brani- gan. E. J. Dabitio, W. J. Ryan, J. A. Bradley, C. A. Harlow, E. J. Gunther L. T. a Silvain, M. Phelan, Wil- ham Haitz, O. Halburt, J. H. Dennis, Capt. Dobson of the Rose- crans, Dr. Caldwell, Henry A. Harold, Frank McDermott, Thomas A. John- son, W. O. Sherman, Don McKirrach- er, Patarick McCluskey, J. G. Barr, Jas. : Hough, P. Pierson, A. H. Graham, C. H. Wales, S. C. Smith, R. W. Boyd, Dr. Dan. Buckley, H. M. West, W. D. Cross, C. Bigelow, J. B. J. Roche, Jno. T. Lapin, A. O'Brien, P. J. Lapin, Wm. Childs, F. O. Metcalf, Frank Beran W. F. Burt, J. Shaw, Dr. J. H. Lyons W. S. Walker, Don Cowie, J. C. Her- old, L. S. Moore, E. Drew, A. Fallen H. F. Jahn, H. L. Harding, T. Mesdag, G. J. McDermott, J. J. Connell, E. W. Widmar, J. Lapin, W. H. Kirschner, David Barnet, Dr. Oscar Hartnagle, R. E. Morris, J. E. Cain, Gee. Grant, ! E. Grow, W. E. Campbell, R. E. Rus- ell, E. T. Willis, Robt. Gllfillan, W. S. Ritze, H. Biles, Matt Sweeney, E. L. Morris, R. P. Habernal, T. H. O'Neil John Willis, H. Habernal, William MeIntyre, A. M. McDonald, J. W. Frerich, J. L. Hatchell, A. R. McLeod, W. French, Edgar K.Allen, W. R. Johnson, G. Sinart, Milt Morf, C. H. Farrell, W. H. Yorker, T. Buck, F. Anderson, E. Kuntz, A. R. Erdman, C. Voodin, Adolph Cohen, ,Toe Caraher, J. F. McElroy S R Davidson, J. P. Lapin, H. Crum, F. Porter, Finley Ramorthy, Frank Grifliths, F. A. Wld- mar. HIGHEST GRADE PATENT FLOURS. BLUE STEM and IRONE brands 3t. J. CONNELL, Sole Agent. PAR FAJtED GEN. ARTHUR CIGAR AT ALL DEALERS @ Washington Electric Supply & Hantel C0 A. R. I'INKNI,]Y, Manager. Mantels, tiles, grates, dynamos, motor repairing, gas :lll(i eOlilblllHtion [Jxttll'eS, house wJrJllg, gas Inantcls, ehlm- neys, htmps, etc. 716 Third Ave. Phone, MaIu 745. ,S'U B,S'CRI BF., For the atb01i - - Pr000r$$ Subscriptions $1 a Year Trench Cable !)!1ad$ and Provisions 0Hr SpCdalflt$ Phone BUFF 72 A. PIUDOMO gas meat market 321 Pike St. Seattle, Wash. Estal)lished ,91 Seattle Woolen b00ill Manufacturer of WOOLEN GOOD Vicar General--Very Rev. P. Hylebos, Pioneer Alaska Clothing Makers. Res., Tacoma, Wash. Chancellor and Secretary--Rev. Felix Olce and Warehouse: Verwllghen, J. C. B., Res., Vancouver, ll171:itt R. bft. $1ffi#gasd $aeta $Nr-E Wash. Diocesan Consultors--Revs. C. Claessons, M Flohr. Wm Dwysr. . B. Soulet. WHEREVER Chas. DeDeeker, H. J. Van de Yen. Deans--Very Rev. P. Hylebos. V. 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Church of Our Lady of Good Help. Located at Corner Fourth and Waehing- ton treets. Rev. F. X. Prefontalne, Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mas at g a. m. High Mass at 10:0 a. m. Catechism and Children's Instruotion at $ p. m. Evening services at 7 0. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mass at 7a.m. Sacred Heart Church. Corner Sixth and Bell Streets. Rev. Thos. P. Brown, C. SS. R.0 Rector. Assistants: Rev. N. A. Miller, C. SS. R., and Rev. B. Schum, C. SS. R. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at $ and $ High Mass and Sermon t ?':$0 . a m, Sunday School at :1| a. m. Boys' and Girls' Sodality at I $0 it. m : Week Days. Maes overy morning at | a. m. and 8: Parish Soelstie. You I.atdles' Sodality meets at I it. . 4th Sunday each month. tarlted Ladies' Sodality mest |:M p. m. lot Wednesday each month. Dainty Books for Gifts. A very complete stock, in all bindings and suited to all ages. Largest stock of miscellaneous Books In the Northwest. . -W. L0wman & Hanf0rd, Stationery and Printing Co. 616 FIRST AVENUE (Pioneer 8quire) John W. Roberts. M.D. Leehey. ROBERTS & LEEHEY, Lawycrs, 704 New York..iock, Seattle, Wash. Main 385. ff "" Ballard. Itev. A. J. Bourke, Recto,.. Sundays: IIIgh Mass at ]0 a. m.. Thursdays: Rehearsals ut 3:30 p. m. Saturdays: Catechism at 2:30 p. m. SICK CALL : Telsphone Provldencc ltospltal, Seattle. .... . ...; ::. WHY DO THE PEOPLE OF SEATTLII PATRONIZE P 30b. ft. Because He Carries the Beet Line of 6.mr, he$e, B.d greamcry 600d$ In the tate 822 Western Ave. Seattle, Wa HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW - - i00.rli$ $t.dlo DOWNS BLOCK 705 Second Ave. Tel. Blue 341 Office Felitz Tent & Awning Ca. D. McGOVERN, $vess0r o J. L. Kahaley GENEHAL DRAYAGE. SEATTLE, WASH. AN ENDOWMENT POLICY ;n the MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO OF N. Y. Is the Very best investment you could make J. P. Lavin Spl. Agt. 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MeKENNA, A0udnlstrator of the lCslote of Owen Mc- Kenna, Deceased. IOltERTS & ],I,:EIII,]Y, Attorneys for the Estate, 70,i New York 1Hock, Seatlle, King County, Washing. ton. Dale of first pub)h..atlon', APril 12, ]90. . f'i, ) /L ,;i