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THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. MISSIONARY FOR NOME. Father Jacquet, S. J., Sails for Alaska. Father Aloysius Jaequet, S. J., sailed for Nose last Monday on the steamT State of California. Father Jacquet is well known among the pioneers of the state, emigrting to the wihts of the state in its infant struggles against wilderness. He was stationed near Spokane and tended the straggling population of Catholics in Montana, Idaho and Eastern Wasbtngton. What such a c.ar(;er saw and expe- rlenced it will easily be understood. Not only were .the Indians hostile to the white maYrthroug b innate an- tngonlsm, hut for causes both imagin- ary and real declared eternal enmity to tile pale-fa('.e l)ecause of local wrongs and the abuses of the re.d man's brother in the East. It devolved upon the ptoneer missionary to recon- cile the conllieting (dements in this primeval civilization, If the blessings of law, order and i)rospertty were to be realized. lte taught the Indians in tiieir na- tive wigwams, helped them, prayed for them and showed every mark of so- licitation both for their temporal, as well as eternal welfare. The incipient stage of Washington's greatness was an era of lawless cohab- Ration of the refuse of society of the East. The adventurous frontiersman recognized no law and paid respect to no authority. It wa such bearts that the teaehlngs and exemplary life of the great missionary liad undertaken to transforni and render not only do- cile to the teaehings of God, but re- deem tiles to useful citizenship. Now, after a career full of hard la- bors, and at an advanced age, this ser- vant of God chooses as the task of his' old age the Inclement climes of Alas- kan shores. Has it been remarked that this age is lacking heroic evangeilzers? Well, if so, then the assumption is ill-timed, as the deed and apostolic labors of the Jesuit missionaries are still of that sainted nature that encirch; the mere-! Dries of Marquette, oJques and Joliet. SACRED HEART PARISH. Rev. Father Brown, C. S. S. R., the Be- loved Rector of the Parish, Leaves for Detroit. Rev. Father Brown, C. S. S. R., the well-known rector of tbe Sacred Heart parish, was recently notified of an ap- pointment to the rectory of Holy Re- deemer at Detroit. It is with sad- ! Is-! FUNERALS. I the Young Men's Institute, and tprves every Opl)ortunity of showing I Dorothy Spores, three years old, was kindness to his brothers. buried Wednesday l'rom the Sacred ......... Mr. Hugh Gallagher, a member ot Church. the Knights of Columbus, and prom- anent lawyer, from Hazleton, Pa., Mrs. Margaret Garwood of Chicago, has recently visited in Seattle. He is who (lied here on May 13th, was bur- favorably impressed with the condi- lc(1 on the 20th from the Church of lions and prospects of Washington, Our Lady of Good Help. Requiem mass and has decided to remove from Ha- zleton and estabitsh his law office at was ceiebrated by Father Prefontalne. Everett. GOOD SHEPHERD AID 80IETY. Interment was made in Calvary Cem- (cry, under the auspices of Star of the We are glad to welcome hack into Th'e meeting at the House of the Sea Court, W. C. (3. F. tbe industrial business worhl of Seat- Good Sbel)berd last Sunday afteriloon ._ ale our good friend D. MeDonaid. His was not so large as the occasion Jus- ,lames Mel)onald, a native of Scot- reputation for doing first-class work i:; well established, as he has enjoyed tilled. It was a fair representation of land, died Sunday evening at Provi- a large share of public and private the successful workers. Earnestness eliaracterlzed every word that was spoken and considerable enthusiasm was caused by some of the speakers. Reports warrant the conclusion that tim people of Seattle are ready enough it, give generously, but that few have She leisure that warrants ttieir bind- ling themselves to make monthly col- lections for an indefinite period. Not all who try have the adaptability to solicit, as It is a matter of cultivatfon cften. With some effort on the part of those who are eommftted to the ob- j,('ts of tile society the results will prove satisfactory. P. P. Padden, J. P. l.vin, Mr. Pow- ers, Mr. P. P. Carroll and the ladies all urged the necessity of some unusual dan to create general entl|usiasm nmong our people on all things that must so nearly touters us if the ebnreh is to flourish and have an ln- luence outside of itself. The officers and directors of the Good Shepherd Ahl Society will hold regular meetings now to carry Out the l)tan adopted last dence Hospital. Deatt resulted from patronage in past years. He has open-: a fractured skull which he received in ed a shop at 415-417 Washington a fall. The longshoremen generously street, where he is prepared to do all contributed to give him Christian bur- kinds of carriage and wagon work and general blacksmithing. iai, which took place from the Sacred Heart Church last Wednesday. One of the busiest and most oblig- ing young business men of Seattle is Mr. J. J. Power, thc contractor and Pr$0.al senti0. ,,uilder Absolutely reliable, thor- * eughly competent and industrious, he BOOMING 1 A splendid huslness in Bedroom Furnisbings. Tiffs last week moves some and view tbe handsomest stock us to extend you an invitation to in town. In the illustratmn we show an ex- ample of our high-grade Dressers. Of course, we have the inexpensive kind, too. Dressser is made of se- lected Bird's Eye Maple, or beautiful Quartered Oak, highly polished. Oval French Mirror is 24x30 inches. Base  of l)rcsser is 22x42 inches; workman- shil), finish, drawer handles, etc., be- ing of the very best. PRICE, $32.00. Miss Clara Ford is visiting her un- ment to every young man who is hon- cle in Olympia. estly striving to get along. He is at ............. present finishing a house for Mr. F Miss Nellie Conkltn is visiting a MeLellan on Sixtcentl avenue and "riend at Whatcom. Olive street. Persons who contem- F.iate bullding will do well to consult Mr: James Quinn has recently re- him anti examine his work. turned from a flying trip to Dawson.  Mrs. W. P. O'Rourke. of tbe county Mr. J. C. Ford's mother and sister, hospital at Duwamish, has returned of Des MeSheS, Iowa, are visiting flora an extended trip in Pasadena, with him. and oilier interesting points of lower California. Mrs. O'Rourke has been John F. Cordray of Portland was compelled to seek the soothing cli- tbe guest el' Manager Russell the last mate of those deligbtful resorts on ac- week. count of her health. She comes back ..... almost perfectly convalescent, and The Misses Reardon entertained a highly infatuated with the beauty and number of their friends at a party last natural charms of the southern climes L. 004olmes pur0itur7 1101 to 1105 Second Ave. tms built tip a patronage and a repu- >.t.+.io.I..i..I..o tatlon that should I)e an encourage- ...................................................................................................... Washington Electric Supply & Mantel Co 'm :  4,I MIlnlils, tiles, grates, dyn 1riles, ]llotor repa.lring, gss and COlllhllllttion llxtnres, hollse wlrllig, gila inentels, chim- neys. lamps, etc. 71(; Thlr(I Ave. I']lOlie, Maim 745. SUBd/CRIBE For the WHY DO THE PEOPLE OF SEATTI. PATRONIZE 3oli. 6. BtI. Because He Carries the ]Bet IMlla at week that she visited. Sl}e arrived at Seat- tle on Thursday, May 9, on the steam- FATHER HILD, C. S. S. R., IS THE Mr. Fred Herbert has returned from er Umatilla. The ocean journey, as NEW RECTOR AT SACRED Alaska, where he has been for the well as the visit, were both very pleas- HEART. past year. Mr. McIniny of Milwaukee, Was., rrived In the city this week and ex- SUBSCRIBERS ARE REQUESTED pacts to locate here. TO KINDLY MENTION THE CATH- Mr, Arlow Taber entertained a OLIC PROGRESS WHEN BUYING number of his playmates at 'a taffy. pull Wednesday evening. FROM THE FIRMS WHO ADVER- TISE IN THESE COLUMNS. Mr. Frank Lavan has recently ar- rived from New York City. He will , make his residence in Seattle, CATHOLIC DIRECTORY James O'Brlen, of Grand Forks, N Of the Diocese of Neiqually. D., who has been visiting friends here (Dlocesls Nesqualllensis) for some time, left for home last Wed- Cmprlilng the State of Washington. Established May 1, 180. Area in square nesday, miles, 116,tl. Estimated Catholic popula- ...... tlon in 191}0, li.000. Right Ray. Edward John O'Dea, D. D., Father HthI expressed his surprise to Mr. P. Henry returned Tuesday Bishop of Nesqually; cons. Sept. 8, find the Catholic faith so extensively from Everett, where he has been for Re=., Cathedral, Vancouver, Wash. Rev. George Hild, C. S. S. R., of De Soto, Me., arrived in Seattle on Sat -i urday morning to take charge of the Parish of Sacred Heart. aFther Htld has been connected with the adminis- tration of Mt. Clement's College at De Soto, acting as its rector for several years. Hc is highly delighted with the beauty of our western scenery, the mildness of the climate and other feat- ures that render Washington the gar- den of the Union. Speaking (ff the progress of Catholicism in the represented in so newly settled place, the past week in the interests of The He took charge of the rectory on Catholic Progress. Monday, after bidding aFther Brown We are always anxious to print all a hearty God-speed. the news, and you will favor us by. re- porting any items for these columns that may come to your notice. WEDDING BELLS. Tickets are out for the entertain- ment to be gives by the children of on Jonea--Walsh. ' Mr. Paul Jones was quietly married the House of the Good Shepherd to Miss Kate Walsh at tile Church of Our Lady of Good Help Wednesday Former Blshops--Rlght Rev. A M. A. Blanehet, cons. Bishop of Walla Walls, Sept. 27, 1848; trans, to Nesquany May II, 1860; resiined 1879; made Bishop of Ibora; died Feb , l,--Rlght Rev. Aegldlus Jun@er, D. D., cons. Oct. 28, lr/$; died Dec. 26, II. Vie&r General--Vel RoY P Hylebos, Res., Tacoma, Wash. 3hanoellor and Secretary--Rev. Felix Yerwlllhen, J. C, B,, Res., Vancouver, Wash. )locesan Consultors--Revs. C. Claessons M. Flohr, Wm. Dwyer. J. B. Boules Chas. DeDecker, H. J. Van de Ven, Deans--Vet7 Rev. P. Hylebos. *. G., Very June 19th at the Third Avenue Thea- Rev. F.X. Prefontalne. Very Rev. M. Kau'ten, Very Rev. M. Flohr. Defensor Matrlmonli--Very Rev. P, Hyle- bos, V. G. aiMIi - - Pr0@ressl @ubscriptions $ I a Year 00rincb abl Delicacies and Provisions Ollr SPecialties Pnons BUFF 72 A. PIUDOMO gai ffiat Dtarkt 32l Pike St Seattle, Wash. Esta$lislted liOl Seattle Woolen 00ill Manufacturer of WOOLEN GOODIL Pioneer Alaska Clothing Makers. Office and Warehoum: m7 nl R. lilt. SWqnd and 14ales $1Ngell WHEREVER good music is appreciated there is :t preference for Chickering & Sons, i Weber, Kimball, Pease and Singes- ! PIANOS  ' In the State 822 Western Ave. Seattle, W n. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW - - furtis Studio DdWN8 BLOCK 705 Seoond Av4. Tel. Blue ;I Office Felitz Tent & Awning Oa. D. McGOVERN, SililOr CO J. L. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAGE. SEATTLE, WASH. AN ENDOWMENT POLICY ;n the M'UTUAL LIFE iNS. CO OF N. Y. Is the Very best investment you could make j. p. Lavin Spl. Agt. MUTUAI LIFE BU]LDING dened hearts that the parishioners Sacred Heart join in extending fare- well to one who has heen so univers- ally loved and esteemed hy all. His work among the Catholics of Seattle will long be remembered and kindly recollections, both tender and abiding, wil marak the memory of Father Brown at Seattle. While the lnevltalde h)ss of st) dis- ii)terested a worker is realized, the people of the parish look with confi- dence to his successor, who comes to us from the sunny climes of Missouri. Ray. Father Brown left early on Monday morning for his new field of labor at Detroit. The rectory that he will superintend at that place is larger and in every way more important that Sacred Heart, theappointment thus serving as a proper recognition of his zeal and administrative ability. There were many disappointed call- rs at the rectory on Monday, wishing to see Father Brown, but as his de- parture was on the early morning tiain their disappointment was keenly felt, all of which is a tribute to the universal esteem in which he was held by the Catholics of Seattle ACME BUSINESS COLLEGE ('I,ASSES AI,l, SUMMI;It. CoP. Second Ave. and Pike St. McI,AItEN & TIIOMSON, 1 rlnclpals. 6albraltlL Bacon @ gampanv l)calcrs In IIA, GRAIN, FI,OUIi and l'EEl), LIME I'LASTI+Ht and CIOMENT pltonea--(Jraln Co., Mahi ,525; Dock, Main 526; ltesidellcc, ]'Ink 771. Office and Warehouse ..... Galbralth Dock Seattle, Wash. of evening. Mr. M. S. Richardson of- , flciated as best man, while Mrs. Rich- !ardson supported the bride. A very elegant luncheon was prepar- ed for the guests after the ceremony. Tbe social cheer contimied till a late Mr. Wm. Higgins and Mr. MeIntyre Promoter Flsoalls--Rev. A, L. Verhagen. rove returned from a visit to their old rome in Prince Edward Island, ar(l are now on their way to the gold fields o  Alaska. Mrs. S. J. Lynch, who has been ill hour, the iriends of the lfewly-wcdded since her resent return from Minneap- an- ells, where she attended the funeral t:ouple voting the event a very ioyab]e one. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doran, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Richardson, Messrs. P. Walsh, Vort, Fred Weft, Frank Doran, Jr., and Miss Gertrude Doram Mr. Jones is favorably known in the I i circles in which he moves, while Miss !Valsh is an estimable young lady well known In the social circles of East Seattle. They will make their re.shlence in this city. Last Sunday, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception,  Mr. Michael ?see and Miss Virginia Massa were narried by Father Sweere. SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Immaculate Conception Church. Broadway and Madison Streets. Attended by Jesuit Fathers. Rev. A. Sweere, S. J.. Revtor. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. O! her mother, is recuperating very Low Mass at 7:30 and $:30 a. m. satisfactorily High Mass at 10:30 a_. m. Sunday School, g:0 p. m. ..... Sodality Meeting, 7:30 I), I=1. Mr. E. L. Drew and wife left last Evening Services, 7:30 p. m Week Days. Monday for the Pan-American Exposi- Mass at : and 8:0 a. m. tion. They will also visit New York ........... Washington and Philadelphia, and will stop some time in Chicago on their l'e- turn trip. Ray. John B. Rene, S. J., Prefect of the Jesuits of Alaska, spent a few Church of Our Lady of Good Help. at Corner Fourth and Washing. ton Streets. Rev. F. X. Prefonalne, Reefer. REGULAR SERVICES. Bunday. Maa| at | a. days in the city, the guest of the Jes- Hlih Masl at 10:1 a. m. utt Fathers, He Is a resident of Ju- Catechism and Chlldren'l Instrustlon at p, m, neau. He and Fr. Jacque, who is to Evening servlces at 7 p. m. be stationed at Nose, left for Alaska Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mass at 7a.m. Monday evening. Mr. P. J. McDonald and E. D. Mc- Donld recently came to Seattle from Minneapolis and have engaged in the carriage and implement business at 912-916 Western avenue. It will he Sacred Heart Church. Comrisr Sixth and Bali Strssts. Thee. P. Brown, C. SS. R., Rester. Assistants: Rsv. N. A. Miller, C. 8S. R., md Rev. B. Schum, C. SS. R. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. a kindness If our readers will call and Low Mul at I and $ a. m. ,-*-. - + ..... Wee High Mau and Sermon at 10: a. m. IuL=UUUe "''' ' [Sunday School t 9:15 a. [Boys and Girl Sodality at I:ll It. m. I Week Days. Rev. Richard ORegan, C. S. S. R., I Mm evsry mo.rnlt at. I a. m. ud 1:15 Sat r I ]Parmn lloelsttu ' I YouaK Ladl,= =uu..,.7 .,,...u.... a.. -,. errrtved at Seattle on u day morn- .. ..... , ..... ;. ..... lng in company with Father Hild. He[ 4th Suaday each month. ' Married Ladlos' SoaUty mts I:ln p. I. comes to Seattle from Kansas City, tit Wedna-y h month. Me., where he has been engaged in parish Work. He will assist the Re- demptorist Fathers at Sacred Heart. The Catholic Progress is indebted to Hen. Franklin J, Kieree of San Francisco for a beautiful steel engrav- ing of our Holy Father Leo XIII. Mr. Kierce is, Ballard. Ray. A. J. Bourke, ltector. Sundays: IIlgh Mass at 10 a. m.. Thursdays: Rehearsals at 3 ;30 p. m. Ssturdays: Catechlsm at 2:30 p. m. 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