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THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. , ................. _ News of the City and the State. SEA1TLE COLLEfiE NOES. ther M. B. Smith, C. S.C., superior of the Paulist Fathers of San Francis- co. The subject, of course, was on At the reading of the "Monthly1 tim feast of Pentecost, the coming of Marks" ill .June,the winners of "First tile fIoly Gh st and the consequent Testimonials," 95 per cent, in their respective classes, were: Stanislaus Paddeu, Rosaxre Loranger, John Den- nis, John Dennis, John Kelly, Matthew Ryan, Alfred Dent, Ferdinand Nist, "heodore Delsman, James Foley, Heu-i ry Loranger, Thomas Walsb, Sidney: Bingham, Harvey Pettit, Francis Mol- Icy, Basil Gleneross, James Hogan, Leo Padden, Thonms Mailer, Louis Coughlin and George Parant. The Class Banner was won by the class of Third Academic. Tim Glass Medals were a;arded to Rosaire J. 'Loranger and Stanislaus J. Padden, in the class of Filst Aoadelnic; John Kelly,in the class of Second Academic; James A. Foley, in the Glass of Third Academic ; Leo Padden Thomas Maher and Louis CougMin, in Preparatory. The final examinations begin on Wednesday, June 10 concluding one week later. The Closing exercises will be held on Wednesday June 17th. HOLY NAMES ACAEMY. a The friends of tile Academy of the Holy Names, Broadway, will be pleas- ed to hear that the pupils are prepar- ing a grand Dramatic and Musical en- tertainment to be given June 19, 9.:15 p. m. at the Third Avenue Thaetre. Tickets are for sale at the shoe store of O. M. Pessemier, 912 Second ave- nue, and at Hughes & Dunn, 821 See- end avenue, and at the Academy. See next Progress for program. SACRED HEART PARISH Sacred Heart Church was tim scene of a very ptetty and truly Christian ceremony uniting in marriage Mr. Win. J. Riley and Miss Floxence Clara Lamar last Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The nuptwl mass, with the children singing English iyms to a violin accompaniment, and a host of friends devoutly assisting at the sa- cred and solemn ceremony filled all who were present with a holy love for the blessed institution consecrat- ing two lives to mutual help and de- votion. Roy. Father Hild performed the marriage ceremony and said the mass. At the conclusion of the mss he pronounced the nuptial blessing in English, which is not the common practice, but which is very thought- ful because it contains many beautiful lessons and is thoroughly impressive. The bride was attended by Miss Emil Berneehe and the groomsman was [r. J. W. Riley. The marrmge ceremony was preceded by a short ad- dress by the Fatimr officiating who Galled attention to the holiness of the sacrament and of its restraining and vitalizing graces. On next Thursday evening June, 1 l, at 8 o'clock the sacrament of confirma- tion will be administered to the 44 children wm made their first commun- iou and to such grown persons who have not as yet been confirmed. In- struct'ion for adults will be given on next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock at the pastoral residence. The children who made their first communion were dedicated to Oar Blessed Mother after renewing their JSaptlsmal vows OUR lADY OF 600D HELP. Las Sunday morning at ttle 8 o'clock mass fifty children made their rst communion and they were oon- firmed after the mass by our Rt. Roy. ishop. At 10:30 pontifical high nmss ,was celebrated by tim Bishop. The sermon a very forcible and elo- quent one was preached by Rev. Fa- - _ - - - MRS. ANNA G. BOYLE, Teacher of Piano Forte Ftudio and 'Residence 1545, Twelfth Avenue South. 'Pbone Black 7752. _ _ _ - _ are up-to-date The C. J. Kelly % Pnnting and Staiione, ry Co, L"'S4 .d 86 W=hlnlpoa ' wisdom and fearless preaching of the apostles. The capacity of the Church oI Our Lady of Good Hell) is insufficient and as a consequence special sermons and Sunday services are not announced ill advance through the press. Tile church is being thoroughly clcanea and burnistmd up and put in orderfor the summer. The pews are being assigned as fast as the members of the congregation apply tor sittings. As there will not be enough to go round applications are being made with some eagerness. I,ast Wednesday morning Mr Henry G. Seipman of Ballard and Miss Mar- garet Ryan of this city were married by Roy. Father Gassy at the 7 o'clock mass. CITY NEWS. Tile Kosmos Club will open the sea- son with a dance at Madrona park Thursaay evening. The new officers of the club a e: Dr, Buokley, pres- ident; J. T. Lawler, vice president ; J. Branigan, secretary, and T.H. Com- erford, manager. Mr: P. J. McDonald, late of the Me- Donald-Bown Co., has accepted a po- sitron with the Studebaker Go. of Portlana. He has sufficiently recov- ered his health to be able to travel in the interest of that company. Yesterday morning Mr. W. B. Jen- kins of the Jenkins Shoe store, and Mr. J. N. Jackson of tile Lowman & Haniord Go. left over the Great Nor- thern zailway for eastern cities. Mr. Jaoksou will stop in Chicago and Mr. Jenkins will visit New York and Bos- ton where he expects to pick up a large line of fine foot wear for his summer and fall trade. These gentle- men will be gone a month. Mr. J. J. Cashin, one of the well known young men of the Sacred Heart parish will go to Dawson City next Monday, Like all thoughtful persons leaving the city te asked to have The Catlmlic Progress sent to him there. Mr. Felix Mootz is taking a vaca- tmn. If faithful service and hard work entitle one to a rest Felix has more than earned one. Mr. J. H. Berry of Butte, Moat, is in the city and was present at tim Knights of Columbus meeting Wednes- day evening. Mrs. Ghas. N. Thompson, of Taco- ma, was a guest of Mrs. J. G. Mclean on Wednesday. Mr F. A. McDonald of the State University just returned from a trip into British Columbia Mr. Charles Hanbury who had been ill ior some time at Providence Hos- pital died at tile age of 43 years, more than a week ago and leaves three brothers and two smters, Mrs. T. H. Hebb of Dawson and Mrs. Knox of thiscity. Mr. Hanbury had the grace to become a Catholic while at tbe hos- pital and died fortified by the sacra- ments of the Cimroh. May he rest in peace. Mr. JoLn Paronto, a recent arrival in the eity,Jumped from an overturn- ing 4Gad of lumber and fell in such a ay as to break his left arm in two places. His home is at Ashland, Wis, Miss Susie MoArdle who has been studying in Boston tile past year scored a victory at tile remtal given by her teacher, Madam Sargent Godelle. The Boston papers ring with praises of her voice wifich is a lyric soprano. Miss Susie was very popular here where she took part in several opexas, besides singing ia tim 'Im/naculate. Conceptiou Church choir. She also belonged to the Sodality where she was a monthly communicant. Good luck to our Susie. May success attend her. Tile following is the program of the recital: a. Tous deux Hahn b. Sonne d' Amour Thorns Miss Anne Percy Carter. Felioita (On Golden Wings) Arditi Miss Susie MoArdle. a. Lucia Luzzi b. L'Eselave Lalo c. Little One a'Oryin' Cloy Speaks Miss Mildred Daniels Reeit et Air--Iusp|rez met. La Reins de Saba Gounod Mr. Joseph Goudreault. Ariab'Insana parole. Aida Verdi Mms Carter. So Far Away Chadwick Mr. Robert Adams. a. April Weather Harold Sargeu b. Poarquoi Ohamiade Miss McArdlo, a ,The Nigitongale and the Rose Edna R. Park b. If Love Be Such a Lovely Thing Edna R. Park Mr. Goudreault. Aria--Care home elm il mio cor. Rigoletto Verdi Mrs. Nellie Myrtena Andrews. TACOMA TAGObIA, May 4.--Mrs. Thomas Byrne of Breraerton was in acoma last Sunday visaing friends. Mr. Thomas Beglin paid a visit to Everett last Saturday and Sunday and had a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Win. H. Snell returned from Sokane bringing with ller her sop James, whose health seems to be ira. proved hy the cimnge of climate. Delicious for Breukfast and alter Dinner. .All connoisseurs of coffee / drink 00ESCENT l[ REAM I00FEE In making, use less quantity, it being so much stronger than ordinary coffee. Look for coupon. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Miss Georgia Grouter is now visit- ing her parnets at Gowlitz and will be lbsent a month or two. Mr. J. P.Dowling, wht, has resigned his positiou with Dodwell & Co. is now spending a few days at South Bend. Some of the Sisters of St. Joseph's Hospital will go to Pendieton, Ore., about tile middle of Juno where they will make their retreat and elect new officers. Graduating exereieses for the train- ed nurses of St. Joseph's Hospxtal will be held during tile first week in July. Tim funeral of Mrs. Patrink Joyce, which took place last Monday at St. Leo'sChurch,was attended by a large number of friends, Very Roy. P. F. Hylebos said mass and the burial too place u tile Uatholio cemetery near South Tacoma. May her soul rest in peace. On Monday last Father A. Fisher of St, LEG'S clmreh visited the county poor farm, and said mass for the ben- efit of tile Catholic inmates, to whom he gave holy communiou. There are ten Catholics at his instiution now. Mr. Thomas Sammous, Senator Fos- ter's private secretary, told your cor- respondent thut he had a pleasant con- versation with Rt. Roy. Bisbop O'Dea, who was one of the guests on the "Spokane" that conveyed tim Presi- dent to Everett. The Rt. Rev. Bish- op was introduced to the President by Mr. Sammons. The body of Mr. Patrick Burns,who was drowned and whicl had been emporarily buried in the Tacoma cemetery, was taken up and rebutted in the Catholic cemetery last Tuesday. St. LeG's church was crowded with people at the 8:30 mass last Sunday, anxious to see tim children make their first holy communion. A num- ber of hymns were sung by children in the choir, producing a most pleasing effect ou tke congregation .'many of whom spoke of it afterwards. At ves- pers in the afternoon tile children rm! hewed their baptismal vows, af:er which the Blessed Sacrament, pre- ceded by the children, was carried in procession around the church. WHATCOM WHATGOM, June 4.--Mr. Lewis Mahew was dxowned in the bay about half a mile off Deadman's Point at 1 o'clock on last Sunday afternoon. He was out on a pleasure trip with a par- ty of friends when the terrible acci- dent occurred. The party which con- sisted of Mr. and Mrs Lweis Maimw Mrs. Case of Charleston, Mrs. Mahew's motimr, Mr. Taggert of Charleston, Miss Holbrnok, Mrs. Folsom and Carl Folsom of Whatoom, left the Scheme dock shortly after noon on Mr. Ma- hew's naptba launcll for a tap to Sin- clair Island. Mrs. Mahew was steer- ing and Carl Folsom was running the gasoline engiue. When about half a mile out from Deadman's Point the launch was trailed by the sailboat Adriadne which was lying becalmed in the bay wieh ftarry Abbott and a party of friends on aboard. Mr. Ab- bott asked Mr. Mahew to tow them out lille tile breeze. Mr. Mahew gave orders to change tile course of the boat ia order to rm, In and pick up the sail- ing boat, and was leaning on the rail- ing talking to Mrs. Mahew when it his scores of friends on Bellingham -- .A bay. The body has not as yet been recovered. ,,0-. Mrs. Murphy of Everett has been ., -. visiting friends in tim bay cities dur- ing the past week. , The Church of the Assumption is to be enlarged to nearly twice its present seating capacity. This has t/sen made necessary by the steady growth of the Catholic population of the )arish and OUr New 0xfords when the contemplated changes and improvements are ma-le the pastor and people will have a church that fOr Men, Women and Children they can justly feel proud of. Are the Best in Town, Bellingham court No. 141, Catho- lic Order of Foresters decided that r- 00  00 they would give a box social in the -D to Go Daw Hall on Holly street, next Tues- MCCARTHY day evening, June 9th, at 8 o'clock. T i*i The committee in eharge are making The cnl00ns Shoe Co. DRY GOODS giant efforts to mak it a great success. SECOND AVE & MARION There will be no admission charged and every member of the congreagtion and their friends are cordially invited to come and spend aples,mnt evening. 417 PIKE STREET OPTICAL CO 417 Theqadies with their usual kindness EYES EXAMINED FREE will eacli bring a box filled with grub xux+ 1. T.of ...... f  for two and during the evennig these _ || the latest  known to |-" == will be auctioned off to tim highest and hn,t  eionca  L 1 n fll be the .............. bidders. The gent eme w" ='-- -:- ..... 2nd bidders and of course they will lmve b;enSr;t5 ::::'yeAjpnc:ies[ Avenue & Madison St. the pleasure of partaking of the good things in the boxes with tim lady who furbished tile box. It is also expected .l. .I  that there will be music, instrumental +++I'+++ i * and vocal, recitations, etc. $ '15 ; James Ounningham has returned to - - *  * this oily after spending several days : ? OO O %' :1- " on his stock ranch in Puyallup.  . t _ _ . 1 , no h w. frm the Oathlie Church Friday  +O t''E'G%" #" T[ FOR n _ .:.. morning, Father Olaessens official" g  :1 at the church, and Father O'Brieni ;[,I ,, T XT"  U T KT ' .........................  I IKlALN k. at Evergeen cemetery where the re- " ............................................. ,', ,L' mains were interred The puDilS of St. Dominic's Academy attended mass  In the Musical Instrument line in a body, and the sodality of the + Blessed Virgin followed the remaihs :O, H. P. La Farge. it wi1 be to your advantage to to trio grave, look over our large stock and Mr D. F. Power of Seattle was :in Real Estate & Insurance the city Friday to attend [the funeral get our prices before deciding. of Miss Kate Costello. The floral trib- Resident Agent of the utes were beautitul. Alliance Assurance Co We handle EVERYTHING Sunday morning at the Church of fromJewsharps to Pipe Organs Our Mother of Perpetual Help at the Rentals, Management of Estates, half past eigt, t mass, first holy corn- Purohase and Sale of Real Estate D.S. JOHNSTON 0 munich was given by Father O'Brien to 52 young people. 43 Arcade Bldg. Seattle, Wn. 903 Second Ave., Burke Bid's On Monday Mrs Nora Fuller reciv-   ed a telegram announcing the sad SPECIAL--For a firs class job of DIAMOND IOE coupon books save paper-hanging or painting drop a note news of her mother's dbath in Minne- ----- spoils. Mrs Fuller expected t'o leave you-ten to forty per cent on your me to E. J. MeGarrigle, 214e Virginia street. Satisfaction guaranteed at a for theeast in a few days, but the sad bills. Telephone Main 109.eitimr phone reasonable price. news came before she left. The Lady Foresters will entertain *"I`.-,-`.....``..,.`......`...`.........`.`..`I`.l.......`...`.`..`..`...`.'..,.`..`..`..`..`..`..`.....`..`.`.`...`.... their freinds at progressive pedro at i The Bygeia Co. at 358 Arcade Bldg. $ the home of Mrs. F. Walsh, Federal  Employ New Methods in the Treatment of l H E U M A T i S 'M mood Diseases. street, Thurdsay evening.  La Grtppe, Gout, Kidney and The marriage of Miss May |Fuller . By means of superheated atmosphere. Our method involves the use of .DRY, and Mr. Paul Murphy, both of Everett, * HOT AIR, varying in temperature from took place at the home of the bride's * 240 to 280 degrees Fahrenheit, where the 'apparatus required for tim treatment of mother, Mrs. Nora Fuller on Paoiflo the body lee used, and 360 degrbes or thereabouts where the leg or arm ap- avenue last Tuesday. The parlors 'paratus Is used according to the needs 'of the case. The head is never exposed were beautifully decorated witil smi- 'to the heat. The superiority of our ms- chines lies in the fact that they are per- lax and carnations, the dining room 'fectly ventilated, thus doing away with wxth ivy and Rhododendron. The fall moisture and impure air. Treatments are adminltered by trained nurses, and are followed after a brief interval by massage, skilled operators being in attendance. maid of ilonor was Miss Laura Cast- Our work should be measured by results, which In many cases are most emphatic. We invite you to call and investigate. nor, and Mr. B.J. Rucker attended the groom. Father Claessens united The Hygeia Company, 35s Arcade Bldg. Snset Phone, John 1461. the couple with the usual ceremony. +*I`-.`..``.`.`-...`.,`*`..`.*-..`.`*`.`..`.`..`..`.`..`.4`...`..`.`.`.`.`-.`.`.....`-.`.`.`.`.`"v*""` .. Only the immediate relatives were N S I and favorably known in social circles, and timir many friends wish them hap " ' piness. Every foot of our hose is guaranteed and ff not satlsfac= It is rumored that one of our prom- 0 inent young Catholic men will ,]eave tory we wiU cheerfully refund your money, t for Wisconsin soon and return wzth 50 ft. Cotton, $8.75; 50 ft. Rubber, $9.50; a bride. 50 ft, ,, 4.00; 50 ft. ,, 3.75; 50 ft. ,, 5.00; 50 ft. ,, 5.00; .. The funeral of Mrs. J. Wall was 50 it. ,, 6.00; 50 ft. ,, 6.00; hled from the Catholic church Wednes- 50 ft. ,, 7.00. . day morning at 9 o'olook. Mrs. Wall Lawn Mowers $3.00 to $10.50. : has been a resident of Everett for the TEL. dOHN 9831 ERNST BROS. 5os PIKE ST. past ten years and leaves a large oir- A gave way and he fell into the cold ole of friends to mo=rn her loss. The dark waters of the bay. He Galled to'Altar Society of which she was one the launch to get out the loathe oldest members attended thorn- those on small boat and pick him up and at- 'neral mass ia a body. Mrs. Wall leaves tempted to float on his back until hell) arrived. The engine was going a husband, sen and sister, Miss Kate at a good speed and balked when Fol- Doyle. The remains were interred sore tried to stop, which occasioned at Evergreen cemetery. considerable dclay. Mrs. Mahew,who Th Sisters of St. Dominie s Aoade. is an expert oar woman finally succeed- ed ill getting thesmali boat o,t and started for h+,r husband but he sank when she wa fifty feet away and did not Splicer ueaiu. Mr. Mahew was one of the best known young men of r, his city and the news of his death comes as a terrible shock no only to his relatives but to American Savings Bank - & Trust Co. - - Car. Second and Madison. Capital Stock, $200.000.00 We Pay 4 Per Cent. on Deposits. DIRECTORS : Jas. A. Murray, President, Banker, Buite, Montana. Jas. P. Gleasoon, Vice President and Msnager. M. M. Murray, Cashier. Mh'bael Eirles, Pres. Puget Sound Saw Mill Co.. Falrhaven. Robert J Tobln, Treas. ltlbernla Sav- ln & Loan Society, San Francisco. W. D. McCarthy, Pros. McCarthy Dry Goods 0o, Frank McDermott, Treas. Ben Marehe. J. J'.. IIaggerty, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. M. I). Leehey. of Roberts & Leehey, Attorneys. Drafts 8old on All Parts of the World. Onen Saturday Evenings, 6 to 9. A General Banking Buslness 'Pranm acted. Most Liberal Accommoda: tlon Accorded Patrons. I my are preparing the pupils for the annual exercises at the Opera House and the children are selling tickets for tim eutertainment. As this is the only call the Sisters make it would st/ow our appreciation of their good work among us to give them a tull house at the entertainment. GAS ! Wins on its Met,Is Everything up to date. # 2 Greetings from Everett Hive, No. 2, L. O. T.M. w, ,,..arr, n.. , " '' I a m -a, a m  a m  rude to Snohomish Hive, for ti, eir Iowa Butter Store.l00 khldness in joining us at the funeral 5!i0000e 0KS i and also for the flcral tribute. o Fraternally, HOME Ranch Eggs 2 doz. 45o ., .......... n. , ' ,., Rose Kenneay, R K O," ,O,O I I0011Lar6.e.sz 0oK E re"0  t Xiv 0"  ......................... l] I i{ll]{{ theuily0T Prayer U00_=00II Books, Rosaries, o Pink 1146  ' ,. ochool Library Book,, OfficoPhones " DENNY-CORYELL C0.: lnd. AI539 ; . ' LUWII/I/tI| (X IIJ'[I|[UllU UU, ( ARTISTIC PRINTING :''',", ......... : 4/ o s - " . ey B k BLANK BOOKS Don.0000 Oeoa00.Cory,,, o. 7, Ave ElaterJte RoofngCo, Seattle.'00reade