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/ THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. S P ,I :b I, GENERAL CATHOLIC NEWS. OF THE WORLD. RELIGIOUS EVENTS FROM THE CHURCH PROGRESS DOMESTIC. The Apostolic band of the New York Archdiocese has restored into the Church 941 converts since they have been established, and this one fact, which speaks volumse for their useful- ness, represents only one side of their evangelical activity. By the will of the late Jane MoAI- eer, of Philadelphia, $I00 is left to St. Charles' Seminary ,Overbrook. Members of St. Anthony's Church, DeCoursey, Ohio, have begun thb erec- tion of a new parochial residence which is to cost $2,000. The reunion and reception by the members of tile Maryland Catholic Benevolent Legion to Supreme Presi- dent R. B. Tippett and members of the Supreme Council took place at Music Hall, Baltimor e, on Legion Day, 4th. Sunday was a red letter day in the Catholic circles of Racine, Wis, On that day was laid the cornerstone of the handsome edifice which St. Rose's oongregationhas under construction. The ceremonies were conducted hy Vicar General Sehinner, of Milwau- kee, in the presence of a large con- .4 course of people. The new officers of Company E, Hi- bernian Riffles, Second Massachusetts Regiment, Boston, are: Captain, John Malone; first lieutenant, Edward J. Cantwell; second lieutenant, Patrick MeLynch ; first sergeant,Thomas Hen- ry ; second sergeant,Charles Pritchard: third sergeant, John Henry; corpo- rals, Michael Cooke, Charles Lyden, Patrick [urtagh ; trees:rot, Charles Lyden; drill instructor and honorary captain, Joseph McDonald. During the present week tile May noth Union, which comprises priests 'who made their studies at Maynooth College, Ireland, convened in Ohcago. Heretofore the meetings were held in New York City. Among the bequests of the late Will- iam Tale, of Kansas Cty, Kansas, ap- pears one of $50 to St. Margaret's Hos- pital, and another of $100 to Re v. Fa. ther Kuhls. Former students of Mount Gallitzin Academy, which was established m benshurg in 1869, but lately remov- ed tto Baden, Pa., are receiving invi- tations to a'grand reunion to be held at the latter place on July 18. The Sisters of St. Joseph are making elabo- rate preparations to entertahl their former boys, all of whom are cordial- ly invited. By the will of Miss Mary Rossiter, of Cincinnati, $8,000 were left to the 'fend for a parish lmll in St. Xavier's parish, that city. The congregation has been striving for such a building for the past forty years. A contract has been let for a new and beautiful parish hall and school to be built in the Holy Tri-ity parish, Washington, D. C. ,.It is to take the place of. old Trinity hall. A consider- able sum for the purpose was realized from a recent church fail. Ir. Mioheal Jenkins, of Baltimore, has promised a large rose window for the recently erected church at Towson It will be seventeen and a half feet l in diameter and be placed over the l main entrance of the church. The Committee on Sports and games of the United Irish societies of Massa- chusetts met at tim Quincy House, Boater, and laid out the athletic and military program for their first mili. tary and athletic picnic at Oak Island Grove, July 4. They will spend more than $1,000 to be contested for by some of the best and most prominent athletes in the weight throwing, run- ning and jumping events in that sec- tion of the country. A very liberal sum will be given to tim football and Military hurling clubs. The Commit- tee will offer very liberal inducements for a prize drill by uniformed mlitary companies connected with Irish socie- ties. A special feature will be a real Irish breakdown on a raised platform, with an Irish ha]p, bagpipe and fiddle to fun, ish the music. ,.,Ji,,.dL ., One hundred ladies, dressed in white, | marched in the funeral procession which followed the Emma Yatesfrom her home, to S. Patrick's church, Covington, Ky., Monday morning of last week. They were all members of tile sodality of St. Patrick's church. The donations to the Apostolic Mis- sion House during the past week have amounted to several thousands of dol- lars. The most notable gift was a bond of $1,000 bearing 5 per 0ent in- terest, from a priest in Pensylvania. Rev. Fr. Francis Kelly, of Lapser, Mich., has been elected commander of Michigan Commandery of the Order of Foreign Wars. The organ of the C, orpns Christi church, Rochester, N.Y., is being placed in position. Work on the new church is progressing in the most sat- isfactory manner, so tlmt everything will be in readiness for the dedication of the magnificent new edifice on June 14. The foundations for the new r Chari- ty Hospital in the East End, Pitts- burg, Pa., has been completed and work on the south wing has been be- gun. The contract price is $160,000, and the structure is to be completed and ready for occupancy nex Christ- mas. Rev. Steven Sohmid, pastor of St. Francis church, Dayton, Ohio., has begun the erection of a residence for tile sisters connected with the paro- chial school, which will cost $3,000. There are rafters to the effect that a new church may be built in the near future at Garry, South Dakota. It is hoped that work will be com. menced next month on the new St. Agnes' church, Brooklyn. The new church will replace the 6ne destroyed by fire a couple of years ago. A recent fair at St. Michael's church, Hartford, Conn., netted tile neat sum of $8,000 for the parish treasury. A magnificent new pipe organ was dedicated in Holy Redeemer church, San Francisco, last Sunday. The cer- emony was accompanied by a special musical program. The "organ [is 14 feet high, 8 feet long ands 7 feet deep. Excavation for the new church building of St. Mary's parish. Canan- daigu N. Y., are now completed and work on the superstructure hs been begun. Old St. Patrick's hall, corner Seven- teenth and Penn avenue, Pittsburg, re- cenfly sold for $55,000,is being remod- eled and will be used as a eommmsion and sorage house. Bids have been receive.] for the new St. :Leo's church at Cincinnati, an.d work will be commenced on the same as early as possible. Father :patrelli, one of  the foremost students of the Oapanioa college, Rome, has been aupointed secretary of the apostolic delegation ta Washington, to succeed Mgr. Rocker,appointed Bish- op in the Pldlippines. St. Ann's handsome new church in Pittsburg, was dedicated last Sunday: by Bishop Oanevin. The building cost $22,000, ann its corner stone was laid last September. Members of the Grand Army last week visited the parochial school in St Lawrence parish at Butte, Mont. They were greatly delighted with their visit and were quite complimen- tary of the pupils and the manage- ment. The Free Industrial school built and endowed by the munifleene of Mr. Charles Mr. Schwab, has been dedi- cated at Homestead, Pa. This is cer- tainly a work deserving of the highest compliment. Plans for the improvement of the im- maculate Conception church at Provi- dence, R. I., have been completed and work will begin on the same quite soon. The new Coleman Chapel in St. Patrmk's cathedral was opened for in- spection atter the early mass last week. It is the most elaborate of the seven side chapels of the cat.hedral. Tim altar, which cost $4,000, is repro dueed iron an old Irish abbey. The chapel is a memorial gift tn the eathe-i remains o5 Miss : draI from Fxancis Coleman and his l WE "I:RU S T REMEMBER THAT YOU ornplete House Furnishers. STAR ESTATE RANGES. We Guarantee STAR ESTATE RANGES to be the most economical in the mat ter of Fuei; to heat more Water than any range you have ever used; and to Last Longer than any range on the market. We agree to replace any part that may prove defec- tive any time within Ten Years; and we sell them on Easy Payments; or we will allow yea to try one without any money down. I RYAN & THOMPSON 1424 SECOND AVENUE OPPOSITE BON MARC:HE. i I brother in memory of their parents. Archbishop Farley will consecrate the chapel this month. FOREIGN. A rumor says ttmt Pope Leo XIII. is to give sittings for his portrait to a painter commissioned by Edward VII. says the "Daily Chronicle." for Mexico. Their intention is to SMITH & KFNNED [ CARROLL & CARROLL. [P. P. CARROLL, J.E. CARROI establish missions among the Pinto Prescription Druggists. [Attrneys, Proctors in Admiralty, So. Indians of that country. Phone, Main 49; Independent 49 |lieiors of Patents. ,, I Corner Second and James. | 72 Hinokley Block Our able contemporary, "El Pros, of I ....... Mexico, announce that its efforts tel _ SEA'FrLa ,,M._ found a Catholic Bank have been sue- ] CHARLES MESTON eessful. The Cmopania Banearia Ca-/ ....... toliea do Mejico [was.organized lastt $,ealsa,a KUDe,rSlamps An altar piece by Raphael is among the pictures the property of aGerman lawyer, lately deceased, widish are to be sold by auction at Cologne. The Rev. W. Elam, formerly curaie of St. Augustine's Archway road, i Highgate, has beenreeeived - into .the Clmreh by the rector of St. Joseph's Retreat, the head House [of .the Pus- monist Fathers in England. The annual procession of the Young Meus' societms of Liverpool and the neighb0rhood, which took place last Sunday was of a very impsing charac- ter. Four churches were visited. Amongst the six hundred members of the first section of the German Na- tional Pilgrimage who were received in audience by tile Holy Father re- cently were fourteen members of Par- liament. Twenty-two railway ear- riges full of pilgrims en route for Rome left Munich on Monday l,tst. Cardmal Perraud has again issued a striking protest against the actions of the Liberal Masonic government of 'France. At Preston, England, a Oatholio la- bor eandidiate named Cottam,is stand- ing for Parliament, to fill the seat of the late Mr. Hanbury. German news journals assert that agitators are endeavoring to stir up further strife between the Poles and! Germans of Posen. The Daughters of the Holy Ghost of Brittany, France, are seeking novi- ces in Ireland. In Brittany the order IS oommouly known as the "White Sisters." By a recent Spanish steamer nine- teen French larist Brothers sailed week. A decree of the ongregation of Rites bearing date of April 22, but only now made public, orders, says a Roman correspondent, tim insertion of the in. vocation "Mater Boni Consilii, era i pro nobis, "Mother of Good Council, Fray for us," after the "Mater Admi- rabilis" in the Litany of Loreto. Archbishop Ortiz of Guadalajara, Mexico, has addressed a strong pasto- ral letter to all the clergy of iris arch- diocese urging them to maintain a vig- orous fight aginst intoxicating bever- ages. The Clmreh in Mexico is wag- ing a giant war against the driuk evil this year. The aim of the French Anti-Cleric- als was very. neatly declared by some sandwich men who carried a huge pla- card round Lille the other day, where on was an illustration of a hand crush- ing down a piest, a soldier and,.a magistrate. It was an advertisement 0f a new atheistic journal, thus elr- lyportraying its program of '.'No God, no Army, no Law." We learn that the English Benedic- tines, who are under notice from the French Government to quit their monastic college at Douai by July 6th. lmve accepted the invitation of the Bishop and Chapter of the Diocese of Portsmouth to take the management of St. Mary's College, Woolhampton, and the Right Roy. Abbot Larkin, 0 S. B., succeeds Conan Seannell, who will retire from the Presidentship of St. Mary's in the course of a few weeks. The Pope has sent to Countess Spot. tiswoodo Maokin of St. Louis, Me., one of tds wlnte caps as a present for the academy at Nazareth. Ky. The cap was presented to the Countess in tthe House of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart in the presence of Sole Agent for Patent White Enameled Letters and FlS nres for Signs and House Numbers. Aluminum Numbers, Numbering Machines. Rubber Type, Price Markers, Daters, Rubber Stamp Inks, Pads, Etc. 210 YESLER WAY, SEATTLE- WASH COLLINS BROS. UNDERTAKERS Funeral Directors and Em- balmers. 1407 Fsrst Av.. 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Private lessons daily,-Evening class- es,-Dramatie Art, Fencing and Dane- ing. Frank C. Egan, Dramatic Depart- ment,-Prof. J. Leslabay, Fencing Mas- ter .Lillie Martiuetti, Teacher of Dane. lug. Phone Sunse Blue 966 FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS And dealers In all kinds of Burial Cue|, Caskets and Undertakers' Goods. Prepar- Ing bodies for shipment a specialty. All orderj by telephone or telegraph prompt- ly attended to. Parlors Third Avenue and Columbia Street. Phone Main 18, Seattle, Waah. T.L.DABNEY A.J.WOODHOU DABNEY & WOODHOU S: We are sole agents for the Charter (YaP STEEL RANGE. We Buy, Sell and Exehaz, g outn New and Second-hahn HOUSEHOLD GOODS of every description, at the BIG SECOND-HAND STORE. Tel. John 981. 418 Pike St. Seattle, Wash Chapman Bros. & Co. Fire PROOF AND SAFE00 BURGLAR PROOF VlkULT FRONTS, LININGS, SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, Etc. 904-906 FOURTH ArE,, SEATTLI Telephones Black 9101 ; Indep. 1619 Teachers and others who are opeu for employment,either permanently or during the summer season, nmy profit by reading the advertisemen of the Standard House, Educational Depart. merit, Caxton Bttilding,Chicago, which appears elsewhere in tiffs issue. DANCING CLASSES. Monday and Friday Prof. Willaon's School. Ranks Hall. Private leavens daily.