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News From Ireland Summary of Happenings of Interest in the Old Country. What Is Being Done by the l People at Home ' Antrtm. -------" Monaghan. Re. Roy. Dr. Henry, Bishop of A successful concert was given in Down, on April 7 visited St. Paul's the town hall Monagahn, on April 18, convent, Belfast, and premded over under the auspices of St. Mc0arten's the Oeremony of profession of two Sis. Temperance band. The concert open. ears of Mercy,Sister Mary Antonio and Sister Mary Evangelist. Armsgh. On April 10 one of tim largest meet- ings ever held in 4rmagh under the auspices of the U. 1. L. was held in the Foresters' hall. The principal business of the evening was tim elec- tion of officers. The Provincial Managers' Associa- tion of the National Schools held an important meeting in Armagb April 12, under the presidency of Rt. Ray. Monsignor Byrne. Cavan. Mr. T. O'Reilly, honorable secrets ,ry U. I. L. wrote recently from Bully. connell: "It having been circulated by interested parties that I had retired from the above contest, I beg to in- form the numerous friends who have written mc on the subject, that such a statement is utterly untrue, and that I intend with their generous help, to fght to a finish." Members of the Area and {Mnonea branch of the U. I. L. held a meeting April 10 at which the following reap luqon was passed : "That we record our regret at the demise of Mr Thom- as MeGovern, our worthy Member of Parliament. While he represented West Cavan he proved himself to be possessed of sterling qualities, and had the welfare of his country at heart. Through his death the country has sustained a loss, and a vacancy has been made in the ranks of the Irish Parliamentary Party which cannot readily be filled." The interment of the late Mr. Thee. MeGcvern, M. Pc, took place April 8 in Killaghaduff cemetery, Bawnboy, amid mainfestations of profound apr. row. As the cortege wended its way from Gortmore it attained immense proportions, representative public .,en trom I,eit,'im and Fermanagh attend- ing in addition to those from Cavan. Work iu tim country was all classes joined in paying a last trib- ute of respect to their Parliamentary representative. Before the mournful procession, which included more than one hundred vehicles, set out for Kit. laghadnff, prayers were recited by Rev. Father Finegan who preached a touching panegyric. Derry. April 14 a hoist accident occurred on the premises of Masers Scott & Ed. ralston, hardware merchants, Derry. A shop porter, Edward Doherty was lowering a box when he fell through he trapdoor to the partway beneath, ' a distance of fully thirty feet, and was instar tly killed. The Easter conference of the clergy was held in Mr. Joho O'Kane's hotel, Duugiven, on April 7. Bishop O'Do- harry presided. Donegal. Mr. James MoLaughlin, mernbant, Marlin road. Moville, was sworn in as a Justide 5f the peace for the Moville distZi6t- 'oh April 14. Be is a respect. ed ci!z*t'of Moville. A 0eilidh was held in the assembly rectum, Btmdoran, recuntly, under tim auspie[o the local branch of the Galiq-League. ..,/; ,, , rS. ;ard, Balyshannon,died Apt'i! 8, d eply'regrette d. . r .... Down. " .... ; /' 1 A meeting of the ;:tienauts )f t:he Maguire estate was lmld in the Down- slurs Arms Hotel, Banbridge, April 14. The lanolord's agent, Mr. Fowler, stated that the offer made by the land. lord was twenty-six and a quarter years' purchase on second term rents and twenty-two years' purcimse on first term rents, The tenants decided to purchae their holdings on these terms. "Sporting rights are the property of the tenants in future. The remains of Capt John Cunning- ham of Gxeencastle, were interred ai Massforth, near Kilkeel, on April 13. Deceased was nearly 80 years of age and was highly respected in tim com- munity. The funeral was largely at- tended. Fcrmanagh. Ou April 10 the remains of Peter Dolmrty were found in a drain ia Au- gbagrifflu bog, where the poor old man had goneon Saturday for a bag of turf. Rev. Eugene Gallagher, of Scots. i0ouse, who died April 5,aged 34 years was a native of Blackbog. The solemn requiem services were held in the chapel, Monaghao, April 7. The re mains were interred in the local ceme- tery. Ou Easter Monday a conference of the clergy of the deanery of Enniskil- fen was hem in EnniskJllen Bishop OWens presided. ' .... INTEVIJW OUR ADVERTISERS ed with a selection by the band, and was followed by an excellent program of songs and declamations. The Tyrone. In the Catholic church, Clogher, by the Ray. J. J. Boyle, pastor, Mr. Jo- seph Rodgers of Fintona, wasmarried t-J Miss Teresa Kennedy, daughter of Mr. Patrick Kennedy. The remains of Mr. Patrick MoSwig. gas, were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Knookmolye. De. ceased lind reached the age of some seventy years. He left his wife and three sons at home, and one an eecle. siastieal student in St, Mary's .Balti. more, to mourn his loss. The best and m: st successful concert held in the locality for a long time was held in the courthouse, Trillinck, recently. The object was to raise tnnds to support and maintain the frilliek band. Clare. g THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. ERN-gT g-00OS. SeRbiaN DOORS. Made of Norway Pine with two coats of cherry stain, 2 it. 6 in x 6 ft. 6 m. 90c Fancy Doors 2it. 8inx6fLSin. $1.00 2ft 8inx6itSin. $1.50 3 ft. x 7 it. 1.30 Adjustable Screens ' 20c,-25c,-35c 506 P00ke St. 00ho.e, 00ohn Ind death occurring rather suddenly on Rev. B. Soanlan, Limerick, who March 26. He was about 62 years was died May 15. 1903,1eft to tim superior- age ann was presidon of he local ess of the convent of Mercy, Birr, branch of the tailors' society. His $2,000. This is but one of several be- sudden death has evoked sympathy quests to religious institutions. and regret. A meeting of the Coore branch of the U.I.L. was held on Aprl i0 and[ was largely attended. I Several hundreds of people assem. I bled at Donegan Mullagib recently, to [ build a house for Mr. James Sexton, [ residing at Rath, and who was evicted / Mr. Barry McMullen,34 Mary street died April 15. He ilad always been a most respected citizen. The funeral was largely attended. Kerry. Rt, Ray. Dr. Coffey, bishop of Ker- ry, died in Killarney April 14. The death bed was surrounded by a large number of the priests of the diocese. The Bishop was horn at Stradbelly, Waterford, July, 1840. Both his pa- rents were natives of Kerry. The Rev. Thomas Carmody was parish priest when John Coffey was ten years old. The priest was attracted by the studi- yoSta:2 s sa iiztlliimgeX;:ssilitth: laden with their human freight. It is .......... ' . a siokouing spectaclethis tragedy of toav ,ere reanzea. Through tl.epriesla nation Much has been said, and the young man was given a classical m ....... " ..... enucatmn, snonazAr amtt, ...... -- , . I my autumn warmngs enere agamsv ----.. - o -, u 1" t/-=:-'r 1-'-'- rra-lee'ana I the exile's fate in the battle Of life in  y nuu " t the great, big, pittiless cities of other ' ? ,, . e:te :l,toaS been done to keep Roy. James Oounihaa died April 9 at the Presbytery, Milisteet. The WILL OPEN HOSPITAL. Sisters of Providence Purchase Monte deceased was born at Faha, in Septem- ber, 1846, made his preparatory stud- ies for the priesthood at St.Brendan's, Seminary, Killar,ev, later attending Meynooth. He was ordained iu 1870. Limerick. The profession ot Miss B. Normile, from his holdings by Mr. Richard in religion Sister Margaret Mary, took Griffin, of Cneltenham, England. The place at the convent of Mercy, Stra- house has been built within view of bane. recently. the old homestead, and is substantial. The people flom the suzroundiug dis- trots and parisims,as well as represent. atives from Kflrush, Crvee, Milltown malbay, etc., were present. Mr. Matt Kelly, county councillor, attended with the fife and drum band He su- perintended the work until the house was completed. District Inspector Irwin, with a force of policemen, were present. Mr. Sexton is the lather ot ten children, ranging from nineteen to five years. His annual rent is 10 pounds, and the valuation 9 pounds 1 shillings The amount of rent due was two years. Now the costs have exceeded the original claim. April 8, at the convent of Mercy, The death recently of Mr. David Kennedy,Newcastle West, caused areat and widespread regret in tm county. Only a week before he had been at. tending to his business, but having contracted a chill at his father's tuner- al, an acute attack of pneumonia su- pervened, and carried him off. Th interment took place at Rathkeale. Tipperary. The remains of the late Mr. Thomas Walsh were conveyed re the parish church March 25 and on Saturday a requiem high mass was offered up for the repose of his soul The funeral was largely attended. Ennistymon, the profession took place A deputation from the trade and la- of Miss Mary Ellen Sheehan, in relig, bor league waited on Roy. Brother ion Sister Mary Agnes, and Miss Con. Weston, at he monastery, SS. Peter nelly, in religion Sister Mary Columba. and Paul's, on April ll,to present him Cork. wiii an address and testimonial. The Leinster Leader in a recent is- sue among the Blrr and Roscrea notes, had the following: "Tim emit'ation season is with us again; the annual exodus has begun ; the same sad scenes and touching farewells are to be wit- nessed at our railway stations. The people  flying item the land as if it were plague sriekeu. We fear the drain, will be on a mucl larger seal? this ear than heretofore. It has been a ruinous season for the farmer, ann the farmer's sons and daughters are rushing away to 'try their fortunes" beyond the seas. The passage tick- ets are coming home by every mail, and at every sailiug the big ships are Cristo Hotel at Everett. Last week the Sisters of Providence concluded a deal whereby the become in possession el)rough purchase of the well known Monte Gristo hotel prop erty in Everett.. It xs the intention of the Sisters to open a hospital in that city. The Monte Cristo is one of Everett's two leaning hotels. Besides"the hotel the property includes the block "upon which it stands, as well as the one on the east side. The present hotel will be made rote a sanitarium and the hospital proper will be built on the adjoining block. The site is a fine one, being on the top of a hig, bluff ever. looking Puget Sound, and only two blocks from Hewitt avenue, and the same distance from the depots. DEWEY AGAIN. Ou April 15 the sub-sheriff of the county, assisted by bailiffs and police. men made seizures of cattle on tim holdings of tenants on the Longfield estate, at Ballinascartha, near Middle. ton, by tbe landlord, Mr. Longfleld. Tlmse tenants include Mr. Donelan, member of Parliament--Whip of the hish Partyagainst whom judgment for rent was obtained by Longfleld. The seizures are a sequel to the failure of the tenauts' negotiations for pur- chase, sad tbe refu sa,l of an abatement. A wing nf the main building of the residence o! Mr. White, near Bantry, was burned, and many valuable arti. vies of furniture, plate, jewelry, etc., destroyed. While crossing a fence on April Jeremiah Gonnolly, residing at Longs- hive, fell off and broke his leg. In that o0nditiou he remained all niglt, when lie was discovered by hishiends. He is progressing favorably. Among the Irish exhibits to the St. Louis Exposition is one from the Sil- verspring Starch company, Glanmire It consists of six large cases q0ntain. ing Silverspring, Simmcck .an Ivory Starch, packed in most attractive box- es, also blue and enameled starch an. areal. James Barry,of 15 Roche's Building, on April 5, wan engaged in the electric power house at Glanmire, and was" setting the fly-wheel in motion. Tbis he did with his foot hem an elevation, and t appears that he slipped, and ins leg becoming entangled in the wheel, tie was dragged forward and was ter- ribly mangled. He died in a short tim. Miss Mary Ellen Sheehau, daughter of the late Mr. James Slmehan, of the Square, Fermoy, was lately professed a member of the order of Mercy, in tim convent, Enuistymon. A farmer named Patrick Lynch dis- appeared from ilia home near Skibber- sen, on April 8. The police dragged the river and searched all round, but no trace of him could be found He was about 60 years of age, and was on the best of terms with his family and neigh bore. Tits Eagle stated lately on authority that through Mr. Doherty, Lord Ban- den's agent,3000 acres of his property, situated in Goleon and Schull, have been sold to the tenants on terms sat- isfaotory to both; also the estate of the Roy. T. N. Hicks at Mr. Gabriel, comprising '1,500 acres. The sale of the Bandon property completes a.trans- terence of 85,000 acres of Lord Ban- den's estates to the teasels. Mr,'Wm, Rmselt,mient Midle- ton National/st, haS"ass "' d away, his The annual meeting of the St. Ma. ry's Young Men's society was held at West Gate, April 10. Waterford. Rt. Rev. Dr. Sheelmn, Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, accompanied by several of the clergy o! the diocese left lately on a pilgrimage to she Holy Land A most audacious robbery was per- patented at the jewelry store ot Mrs. R. Whelan, on April 14. A stylishly dressed young man, a stranger, hurled a piece of rock at the window, where Jewelry was displayed, Snatvldng up a number of watches and other trin- kets he walked away and disappeared, Mrs. Condos, Dungarvan, died April 7. The funeral was an imposing cortege and comprised representatives of all classes of the community. Curlew. The annual meeting of the Moneybag branch of the Gaelic League was held on April 10. Sister Alphonsus, of the Brigidinc convent, Tullow, died April 8. Dublin. Americans are excited over the fol- lowing statements made in his just published French book by the well- known Hu ngarlan Count, Rudolph Festetlcs, concerning Admiral Dewey: "The .so-called battle was nothing more than utterly useless destruction of helpless Spanish ships, whose ma- rines were simply slaughtered in the most cold-blooded manner. Several thousand human beings were slain, Just because they could not save them- selves, Just because they had not wherewith to defend themselves,, and Admiral Dewey did not even offer to save their lives by taking them cap- tive. Thus a wholesale murderer has been made a 'hero,' and his horrible slaughter is made to go into history as a deed of heroism." The author says he witnessed the af- fair. CARDINAL GIBBONS. On Committee for "Prevention of Sacrifice of Child Life." New York, April'22.--The organlza. tlon of a national child-labor commit- tee, whose purpose is to "supervise the Mr. Stephen Owynn lectured on actions of existing state and labor "Thomas Moore," before a crowded committees in all parts of the country. and to prevent in the newer staCes the sacrifice of child life which has char. acterized some older industrial com- munities," was announced today. The committee includes former Pres- Ident Grover Cleveland, Princeton, N. J.; Cardinal Gibbons, Baltimore, Md.; Edgar G. Murphy, Secretary Southern Education Board, Montgomery, Ala.; Florence Kelley, Secretary National Consumers' League, New York; Jane Adams, Hull House, Chicago; Mrs. Emmons Blaine, Chicago;. Stanley Mc- Cormick, Chicago; Hugh F. Fox, Pres- ident of the State Board of Children's Guardians and of the Children's Pro- tective League, New Jersey; Hoke Smith, Atlanta, Ga.; Bishop David H. Greer, New York; Isaac N. Seligman, New York; Bishop C. B. Wllmer, At- lanta, Ga.; Dr. J. H. Kirkland, Chan- cellor of the Vanderbllt University, Nashville Tenn.; Talcott Williams, Philadelphia; Judge N. B. Feagin, Birmingham, Ala.; Senator B. R. Till. man, South Carolina, and Judge Ben- jamin B. Lindsay, ,Children's Court. Denver, :Colo. - / FAVOR TO GERMANY. Rme, April 2.--0ne of tlie most Important trivets ganted Germany:by; 'tbe Vatican authoritlcs Is tbe erection of a metropolltan see for Alsaee-Ler- house April II, under the auspices of the Irish Literary Society. Dr. Michael A. Donnelly died at his residence, Dublin, Aprl 12. The event was deeply regretted. The first nnnual dinner of the Oath. clio University school union took place in the Dolphin Hotel, Dublin. April ], wimn eghty memrs were )resent. Kilaare. The death of Miss Rose Cantwell took place a Kildare on April 12. The remains were interred in lontstown cemetery. On April 6,at the convent of Mercy, Dublin. Miss Lizzie Doyle, in religion Sister Mary Paula, was professed. The death of Mrs. Margaret Lacey, teaelmr, occurred April 10. Ki]kenny,. Mr. Michael Mulligan died on Good Friday. His funeral on Easier Sun- day was a largeand representative one. Rt, Rev. Dr. Brownbrigg, Bishop of Osary, on April 1 lad the first stone of the new church Of tim Sam ed Heart. For the erection of th'is church the late Sir Henry .Winston Barren left 45,000 punnas. Kiq's. Mr. Pa'tric: ihdke'h, 'Edenderry. died March 20, aged 6.2 years, leeply gffff ldely regrettedd. BTDES-DUFFY CO. 1 STUDEBAKER WAGONS . CARRIAGES . 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Remember 1907 FI'RST AVENUE, near Stewart, two blocks north of Pike St. Transfers rom all parts of the City John Noglebrg's Art Store WE ENLARGE PHOTOS WE MAKE PICTURE FRAMES IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Veashington, for King County. In Probate. In the matter of the estate of Daniel Curran, deceased, No. 3570. Order Appointing Time for Settlement of Account and Directing No- tice of the Saree. ]n the matter of this estate the ad- ministrator has on this day rendered and presented for settlement and filed in this court his final account as such administrator, together with a petttion 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 cuurt house of King County, in the City of Seattle, Washington, be appoint- ed as the ttme 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- paper of general circulation printed and published in King County, Washington, In tiroe 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. ROBERTS & LEEHEY. Atturneys for Estate, 705 New York Block, Seattle. ralne, with Srasburg as an Archbish- opric and Metz and Colmar as Suf- fragan Sees. This has been strenu- ously opposed for years by the French government, which insisted that the prelates in the lost provinces continue to be dependents of the French hier- archy. The victory obtained by the German hierarch at the Vatican makes the lost French territory an independent ecclesiastical province whose bishops are now subjects of Germany. The national convention of the American Caffaollc Cecellan Society, which had been scheduled for July 12, 13 and 14, at St. I,ouis, has been post- poned on advice of Apostolic Delegate Falconio, until nex year. The post- ponement s due to the restrictions of the Pope's motu proprio, which orders female singers from Catholl cbolrs. Th pilgrimage 0 Bruges, under the auspices of the Gatholio Association, will leave Lond,n Saturday under the leaderslp of the Bishop ot Bir- mingham. Plans have been submitted for the new building to be but|t by the Sisters of the'Goad Shepherd at Sioux City, I0wa., t is estimated, will cost about :.0,.000.  It will',, bays ;a frontage '0z Teet ad will ,170 feet deep. Daily Steaners FOR FAIRltAVEN and BI..4JNE Steamers UTOPIA and GEO. E. STARR leave Pier No. 2, Seattle at 8 p.m., returning leave Whatoom daily at 7:45 p. m. LaGonnor Trading & Transportation Co. Tel. Main 21 Pmr No.2. ACADEMY of OUR LADY of LOURDF_00 B-00din-g-]iid Day School for BO%'S For particulars apply to Brother Superior. P. O. Bcx 22n. #h To, Red 71000000.Ut Park, Wn IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH State of Washington for King County, In the Mutter of the Estate of Owes McKenna, Deceased. In Probate No. 3824. Order to Show Cause Upon Petition for Sale of Real Estate, ]v the mutter of tide estate, the Ad- ministrator has filed berein his verified petition praying fro" sn order directing him tu sell at public auction all the real property of said estate, and Jt appearing from sueb petition that there ts not suf- liclent funds In the estate to Day the outstanding debts and the expenses of administration and the taxes upon the real properly, and that it is therefore necessary und advisable to sell all or some portion of the real estate to pro- vlde funds for such ndministratJon; :It is therefore ordered, that all per- soos interested appear before this court at 1:30 p. m. of Thursday, June 16th. A. D. 1904. then and there to show eauso why an order should not be granted to the Administrator to sell at public auc- tion In the manner provided by law a]! tbe real prol,erty "of said estate, or so much thereof as the court shall deem advisable. It Is further directed that notice be ffiven of this order by pub/leatton of a copy thereof for. at least five su6cessive weeks prlor to said date in five consecu rive regular weekly issues of the Catho- lic Progress. a weekly newspaper of general circuhttion, published in the city of Seattle. in King County Washington. Doo .in open court th( 9th day of Ma', A. D. 190 %V. R. BELL, ROBICRTS & I,EEHEY. Jndge. Attorneys for Estate. 705 New York Block. Seattle, King County, Washington. First publication May 12. TO ST. LOUIS FAIR. The Northern Pacific will make special round trip rate of $67.0 fron Seattle and other Puget Sound Points to St. Louis and return from May to October inclusive. For all particular call on or address any N. P. Agent. L A.