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THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. | .................................................................................................................... -L--ZSC_ZZ ...... I .I-ZIZ_ZZ- -ZLTIf-ZLLZ--3UZYT'.-----ZIY3--IZL----Z_ZZZ'TSZZZZ: "TT--.TLZTZZ,'Zf--ZZT--ZZZZ ...... IZT_C_:C_I=f-- .... 7_--5. ......... Y--_LZT-_ZZ_ZY.-----CZ ............................................................. =- .......................................................... ,owing is the program: For High Grade Groceries, I| the OFFICIAL ORGAN of the CA'g- MOTTO, "Vestigia Nulla Retror- OL]C ORDER Oir FOI:ESTERS, Wnshlng- state 00EN'S is ,'el00ortod that St,. Leo's new sum." resh Meats, Fresh Vegetables INSTI'I'UTI3, Northwestern Jurisdiction. church will be dedicated about August Miss Mary Agnes Foley, Tacoma. YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. 15. Miss Otillia Knapper, Seattle. and Fruit, Go to s,.coN, AWNUE ( Grand Officers, 19024. Mrs. Otis G. Jaekson, of Walla Miss Grace Devine Reynolds, Seattle ..... IIIII . Grand President, W. H. Weber, Wal- Walls, formerly Miss Manion, is now ......... [ .IOO-t,.OO*Iolobgol*a.oII-oloIo.I,.l..,u.l...lobo.U I la Walls, Wash. Grand Chaplain, visiting her oaronts with whom silo PROGRAMME. to 'aeoma m a tew says re wm[ .:,1 Rev. M. Flohr, Walla Walls, Wash. expects to spend the summer, friends. [  I Grand. First Vice President, Roy. J.A. Mrs. Tlmmas Cooper, of St. Paul, Very Roy. P. F. Itylebos, presiding. Mr. and [Mrs. Harkins entertained[ -' I Faust, Uniontown, Wash. Gradn and her daughter Miss Alice, arc visit- Chorus, Lauda SloB, Lambilotte at dinner last Sunday. Their guests[  I Second Vice President, M. D. MeSher- ing friends in this city. Miss Alice Trio, Jubelfeier, W. Kramgr; Helen were Mr. Data Harkins, Mr. D. La- SPECIAL Reduotion ry, Butte, Mont. Grtmd Secretary, Cooper recently graiuated as a trained Kean, Helen Regan, Rose Myer bounty, Mr. and Mrs.MoHugh, Oliver and very liberl Price 3. A. Bantly, Victoria, B.C.. Grand nurse from the Sisters Hospital at Swing Song, Frederic lq. Loehr, LaBounty andMiss Dohar. on all oar Tailored Suits this Minims Miss Mamie Deurenger who has ,week . You can get a nice suite. ]:reasuror, F. W. Tierney, Waila Walla, Portland, Ore. Duet, Flower Song, Lange, First Wsh. Grand MarsbM, V. H.Wal- Graduating exercises for tile trained been visiting in Snohomish and Ever- :at a great saving now. .': lace, Spokane,-Cash. nurses of St. Joseph's tIospital will violin Madeline Seymour,second vie- eft since the o$ of May, returned Grand Directors. take place next Friday evening, July lin,TheAnaButterfliesHarn, pianO,Ball,AhnaAdelaidePersOnSwest - home Sunday evening.. Chairman,John F. Smith,Kmnloops, 3d, in the hall of the acadmy of th eott Hatch, Minims B.C. A.J. Bookmyer, Seattle; H. Visitation. VoeM Trio, Cheerfulness, J. H WHATCOM 0x /] '. J. Maier, The Dalles, Ore. Roy. Auton LeBla'ne, of St. Pat- " tick's church, Old Tacoma, who ".has Cornell, Sophia Skinner, Mamie Mor- Astoria, Ore.; Astoria Council 1'o. been quite ill, is able to be out and tell, Frances German 106"-''President, Chas. E. Foster; Ree. around again.  Duet, La Flut Enchante, W.A. James Cuuninugham left for Hepp- Seo,'--'TPatriek Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th Jerry O'Connor is back from Pull- Mozart, first piano Frances German, nor, Oregon on Sunday. Mr. Cun- ningham is heavily interested in the 1212 Second Ave Tuesdays in Carnahan's hall. sheep'ralsmg business in Washington Between Seneca  ,nivorsit C M Pessemier . man, Wash., where he ires been at- Alma Persons, second piano, Helen * - Brazell, Elise Esternlan " * * Butte, Mont. ; Ravalli Council No. tending for some months past tile Fantomine, Last Rose of of Sum- near Hepher. He is expeetel to re- -:..:-.:.,.,'..,'....:.+,v,-.-.t-.-t+t.-:-.:.*.t-* SPECIALIST IN FOOTWEAR 104: President, M. D. MeSherry; re- Washington Agricultural College and turn by way of Yakima. - - -- cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill; fin. School of Science. Mr. O'Connor met, Juniors see, P. G. Lynch. Meets every Thurs- who has received his diploma in the Essay, Per Aspera ad Astra, Otillia positlouMr" HenrYwith SigerSthe P. haSA. F.'tcceptedco. anda *,*I,.,.,a,.I..*lo:.*,*,%*.:.b.t,o4:ot .Telephone Main 272  912 Second Ave. ieattle. Wn. day evening in Y. M. I. Hall, 19 E. seientifio department, is now a duly Knapper The Hpmer M Hill : Quartz. qualified eugineer. Duet, Pastorella Del Alpi, Franz will ln'obab]y remain with them dur- ;r. H. McGraw. Gee. . Kltlnlltr. Liszt, Marguerite Theodore, Ahna ingMrs.the_fishingLee andSeasn:Miss Davis who were PuhliskingH CO, $ " " A pretty wedding i took place inSt. The Dalles, Ore.; The Dalles Coun- Leo's church Tuesday morning, when Persons oil No. 579: President, H. J. Maier; Very Rev. P. F. Hylbos, [united in Essay, Memory, Mary Agnes Foley wsiting Mr. and Mrs. MeGartney and roe. see. P. J. Sullivan ; fin. see. R. J. nmrriage at a nuptial mass, J. F. Me- Quartette, Oberon, C. M. yon Weber family left for their homes in Tacoma  Commercial Printers 504.5 PacificBIock, REAL ESTATE, I=IRE AND German. ,- Donald and Miss Bridget Gibbon. first piano Otillia Knapper, Grace Rey- accompanied by their daughters, Miss "**:*'lb*':l"*u't'*'*lI"I'":b*I'''Il"'l' MARINE INSURANCE * * The young couple is weil known in nolds, second piano Mamie Mortell, Lee and Miss Davis. ,  Genevieve Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James MoParland are 4-4+4q.++++++++++++++++ Room  Ba11y Building. SEA'PTLE. Wlq ,,.oo Genesee, Idaho, ; St. Aloysius Coun- this oily, and have the best wishes of  $ I .OO _ _ - ei lro. 505: President, Victor Hasfur- thief many friends for [their future Valedictory, Grace Devine Reynolds rejoicing over the arrival of a new Pantomime, The Holy City baby girl who arrived at their home : SATURDA dUNE 27 D. MeGOVE'N, ther; roe. and fin. see. Joseph Knapps happiness.  last week.  We place on sale Fifty Telephone Blue 341. Office Rear el * Tile following is taken from the Address, Yery Rev. P. F. Hylebos. = -- " On Wednesday, June 17th, at the ! Dozen Fancy Shirts in soft and HALLIDIE.HENSHAW-BULKLEY Co, 315 2nb So Kamloops, B. 0. ; Kamloops Council Tacoma News of Tuesday, Juno 22: Church of the Assumption Mr. John No. 522: President,J. M. MoGormaek Miss Lottie Haokett, accompamed W ALLA W ALLA. D. Stall and Miss Mamie C. McGart-  stiff bosoms. $ Stt$or t:0 tee. and fin. see., John F. Snfith. by her mother and a few friends, left Bey were united in the bonds of holy  All NEW-UP-TO-DATE  J.L. Kahaley , GENERAL DRAYAGE. * * today for Portland, where she will be Tile Tlnxtetl Battery, white, were matrimony by Roy. Father Boulet.  Patterns. " . "  . SEATTLE, WASH. Ladysmith, B. C. ; Demers Council married tomorrow to John Sehnyder, E.N. BROOS & :30. Sole Agents No. 154: President, Thos. A. O'Con- formerly of Tacoma, but now of The the cause of La Salio Institute ball Miss Jonme Leo of Tacoma acted as nine adding one lucre to their list of bridesnmid and Mr. Henry MeGartney i   " ne11; roe. sea. Robt. White; tin. see. Dales, Ore. Both ofthe young pool?le brother of t,,o bride acted asgrms I ATHLETIC PARK john Oonlin. "vell known qn Tacoma, victories. The victims of this last mma. The happy couple started on a[ [ MONEY REFUNDED IF * * Miss Hacker having taught in the game did not seem to be able to con- nect with tim puzzling delivrey of short wedding tour to Tancouver, B. [ OUR VALUES CAN BE Rossland, B. O.: Rossland No. 545 lmblio schools here for several years. Parks the Institute pitcher, auct but C. asd other Sound points. - MATCHED In THE CITY Baseball Pacific National League. President, E. C.. Lockwood;. Mr. Sohnyder was formerly a young for a few costly errors when a white- W.T. Kelleherwilo roeeutly return- T " SoattleCouncilNo. 492.--President business man of Taeonm. Manybeau- wasl, was in sight, the Battery boys ed from Davenport, Wash., haspur-[: --, N.., --..----..vRRflflK--J --C-fl : .TUNE 17,18, I9,20. 2Iand 22 . Mootz ;2rid andRee'4th See.,TuesdaysT. inJ" FatherEdtl" receivedtiful giftSbyOf MissSilver Haokett,and cut glasSwho were would have been badly defeated. As chased the Killion dry goods stock at[  $ LOS ANGELES vs SFATTLE [will tile corner of Holly and F streets and 18'31 SECOND AVE, Arcade Blk _ _ .MeetSprefontaine,s Hll. friends.be greatlYThemissedyoungbYcouplea largewill.:circleresideof gamei't WaSwatlle score15 to 7.at the close of the will continue the business at tile pres- I ............ . ............. . . Heavy hitting on the part of Miller eat location. Mr. Kelleher.'is an ex-[ .......................... R. SA RTORI & C(). in Tle Dales." Both Mr. Sohnyder MoAllister, Parks and Landard were perionoed dry goods man and has :.' --++4++4-+++++ Spokane, Wash.; Spokane Uouneil and.'MissHaekett will be remembered I HARTLAUB'S ,o:o,..:: o..,.. ,, one of [he features of the game. In numorousi friends wish ifim unbound. " High-Grade :No. 73: President, W. H. Wallace; leo. by the young folk ofSt.'Leo's'churoh od success in his venture. see. T. J. Smith; fill. see., H. Mahon. " GENUINE on account of [the assistanoo:roceive"d the third inning Trooper Brown was WINES AND - LIQUOR * * from them .in their rentertainments, located on second wifll feud aspira- Miss Angels George returned last SEATTLE,Street" 114WAsH.YesIr Walt, tions for a safe trip home. Filled week from Seattle whore she had been HOME MADE ,, Jameu Viotoria, B. C.; Seghers Counoil Mr. :Sehnyder :will be particularly B R A D No. 85: President, F. Sere; reo. son. remembered [for] the part he ,took in with .this laudable ambition he set attending the Academy of the Holy S. A. Bantly; fin.see. W.W. Baine 'Arahna Pogue," as"Major Coffin" hisgear to 104and when the bater Names. MissGeoage will spond her ... into tn air vacation with her parents in this eity. For Sale by the leading Grocers John C. Stuart. " B T Liq C Walls Walls, Wash. ; St. Michael's who was most [persistent in his de- sent the horseifide high ill MoAllister's direction, Brown "got Melchoir Wiener is'_looated at Catal- "++++++++++++++++++++ card of rade nor o Council No. 809: President, Joseph mand that"Shaun" should be con- busy:" He touched grouild every do, Idaho, where he has secured WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Charrior; rec. sec. D. P. Hayes; fin. demned, forty foot,and was within a few yards steady employment with a mining SEATTLE, WASh. FOREIGN WINES so" ' " LIQUORS AND CIGAR see. J. J. Wiekham. W.C.O.F. of homo when " connected with company in the Coour 'Alone district. Nesqually Cour No. 1141W. B. the sphere and threw to second mak- Mr. Wiener is enioying good health Jenkins, O.R.; A. J. Bookmyer, R. S.; J:P. Foley, Fin. 8eo.,1828 Ninth 121 ECOND AVE. SEATTLE,  Y.M. I. The Women's Catholic Order of ing.'a neat double play. It was really and is well contented, and is posper- Ave. Meets in Elks' Hall on 1st, and Foresters will give an excursion next rude and like a true born gentleman ing" He will probably remain there 3rd Monday evenings at 8:15. We wish to ask some one that can oAllister apologized but up to the indefinitely. YALE AND tell if the councils of this jurlsdmtion Sunday, ffuno 98, to Snoqualmie Falls. Baby Craft, who was badly injured W.C.O. : WOLE-AMERICAN have."gone out of business. Will the a.m.The tramand leaveSwill ' stopthe N.in P'SeattloDeplongat 9 )reseat writing. Brown thin's it was done intentionally. Lankard ou first several weeks ago of:a vessel of hot.'water,'is'progressiug 'y the overturning Star of the Sea Court No. 510--Mrs.SEATTLE' WASnl 0NE EASY T Grand Sooretaryplease inform us of enoughto take those getting on there, was asehipper as everand high or BICYCLES the present conditions that warrant Invitations have been sent to the low the balls all looked good [that nioelYassured.and complete recovery is now MargarOto,Keefo, Ree.GraveS'seo.O'; Mrs.R'; BelloMiSs BollaMur. " such lack of expression on the part different branches of the C. O. FI in came his way. So fierce was the run Mr. and Mrs. Patueks ffossup went ph, Fin See. Moet on 2nd and 4th of our various branches. We fear all Seattle and Ballard. A large crowd getting of tim "Infants" that Trooper to Victoria on the excursion given on have depended upon Brother John F. is anticipated and an enjoyable time is Hossd was substituted in the box by the Scheme on Tuesday, Juno 23, on Mondays in St. Francis Hall, 6th and Reliability is one of the most im- a visit to friends. Spring St. portant features of Yafe and Wolf- Smith to do all the writing. Bro. Pitonor Adolph. "Tlmy link alike to mith has a few hings to attend to promised to all who go. Mr. and Mrs. R: L. Huguei enter- St. lary's Court No. 551Mrs. Ma- American Bicycles. They respond to me," said LittoSammy, as he made a tainod a number of fronds at their ry A. Cummings, C.R.; Mrs. Addle any demands you make upon them. and expects the oth.er members to HOLY ROSARY OHUROH long drive to ontor field for a two homo on Garden street last Thursday Collins, R . S.; Mrs. Rosa Breen, Fin. They stand up under hard service in give a treatiseon fratornityasexompli- The fair for the Holy Rosary bagger. The hits came so fast as to!evening, June 18. See. Meets on 2nd and 4th Friday all kinds of weather, upon all sorts of roads. They are simple in construe- fled in the . M.I. Seattle Council Church opened last Monday evening raise the '"Dickens" with the scorer. H.| M. Hug 1,as sewted iris con- evenings in St. Mary's Hall, 20th and tion, therefore easily oared for. You noetion with the Weekly Blade. Jackson. is not very active and will not be for n ho parish hall near the church. In comparison to this the batting can own one on easy terms. exhibition and for sale. The various fits for the game. Thirteen strike , Branch No. 976 --President Mrs. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS booths are neatly ornamonatod and outs were added to the credit of Parks. ' Kather'ineKathrine Meissinger;Wlsh; Recorder,Fin. See., Mrs.Miss Hollandyale r Wolf-AmericauSpeial or RacerRoadster. " " $30535 arranged. The children's booth is The Institute boys ae anxious to The C. O .F. nave postponed their Mary Regan. Meets at Sacred Heart Yale or Wolf-American Spebial $40 At the next regular meeting of the attracting particular attention on ao- cross bats wills the quadvon, th picnic that was to be hold on Thurs- Hall on 1st and 8rd Fridays. Yale or Wolf-American, cushion t lnigllts of Columbus will be held on count of its beautilul display. There crack amateur team of the state, day, Juno 25 until July 4th. Division No. 1, A. O. H. County frame ......... $50 Wednesday, July 1, a new feature will will be twoeontests,--one fora ladies' Tiffs nine is the pride of the post and The W. O. O. F. held a lawn soical Pros,, P. Fitzpatrick; president, P. Yale or Well-American Racer $50 I be inaugurated when tho Grand Knight gold watch; the other for a doll. has repeatedly played the teams of the at the home of Mrs. Fowles on Wed- ft. O'Casey; recording secretary, E. J. announces "Good of the Order." Two young ladies, Miss Blanche Fus- inland Empire League and although nosdaYrealized.evening and a neat sum was Harrington.MGarrigle; Meetsflnanialseo0ndScretarY'and iourthM" F M SPINNING There will be a real social session songer, and Gertrude Wetzol are con- beaten, tile margin was always small. Mrs. |O. H. McSorley has returned Sundays at 8 p. m. at Father Prefon- * * whioh will include a "smoker" and testing for the watch. The contest. The defeat of the Squadrop b the after a soournof a couple of weeks in taine's Hall. 1310 Second Ave. several choice bits of fun and enter- ants for the "doll aze Lydia Voegetl Institute would mean a glorious finish Spokane. - Mrs. N, Oampbell was confined tainment. Those who don't smokke and Clara Bisohsel. of the school:season and give th boys to her imme tim early part of the week willhave the opportunity of a life- The booths are in'charge of the thoamateur championship of the In- but is ablo to be out gain. LISTEN time In practicing upon the seductive following societies and individuals: land Empire. There isgreat rejoicing at the home weed, or in inimling the sweet fumes Fan0y Booth, Ice cream and supper bouneiagf Mr. Smithboy. over the arrival of a whioh will[sail heavenward. The table--ladies of tn0 Altar Society. BUCKLEY , Victoria BOUl'goiso is visiting 'W8 Want Your 0rug TmdL Knights have Mready demonstrated Country Store, fishing pond and * friensd in Port Gamble. their social and fraternal spirit in ma- candy stand--Girl's, sodality. CLOSSON & KELLY ny ways and they now intend to Childron' Booth: several lades of Miss Kate Wareimm, Wilkeson, was Tle ltnblt of Prtrer. strengthen the bond of fraternity and the parish, a Buokloy visitor last week. The habit of prayer is no bm'den to social:lilly among their members by Mr. August Haynot of Carbonado any one, for we can pyay worthily at adding this feature. .. J. Bookmyor AQUINAS AOADFMY. was in town Sunday. any thue, in any l)lace and in any pos. as ex-offlcio upon all eommitoes Aqunas Academy, in charge of the Mrs. Edna Tully of Wilkeson has ure. Even the motion of the lips Is having in charge the entertainmon Dominioian Sisters, held its annual been spending the week in Buokloy. bentengagednecessarY;ill itthewhllemindweandreadhartor con-Can feature and he will be assisted on this commencement exercises in the acad- Mr. and Mrs. Martin are moving verse or go about our daily work. oo.asion by J. T. Lawlor, P. ft. Sulli- emy auditorium'last Tuesday evening into their pretty new home on A Iol'eover. l)rayer produces a delicions (ELATERITE IS MINERAl, RUBBER) van and Thos. L. Harrington. at eight o clock, sreet. feeling of helle and rest ill God, an(l Arrangements are on foot to hold a The hall was beautifully decorated Mrs. Charles Levesquo has returned lmpphmssthis feelingthatlS worthwoalthmOrecan thanpurchaseall theor Sold on its Merits [LAI[RII[ ROOFING Always Guaranteed thircl dgreo initiait0n in tho event with nature's choicest flowers, which from her-visit in Tacoma. the world can give. tha a degree team visits the West presented a delightful resemblance to Mrs. MoAvoy and daughters, Nora, You may intend building or find it necks- which is very probable within the he pure, sweet, innocent faces of tho Maggie and Alice are home for their oa' Lih. sary to replace a worn out roof. next two months. John T. Sulli'van, pupils of the Academic and Grammar summer vacation. Maggie will give Let us serve God in the sunshine Territorial Deputy 'Supreme Knight is departments. The excellent program a musical on Saturday evening, while he makes the sunshine. We It will pay you. to investigate. Prices, ' idrNow Haven, Donn., attading the presented with vim and charm, was Mrs. Conway after some months shallthe darkthenwhenSerVehehlmsendsall thethe darkness.better In Samples aucl References, write annual meeting of the ational Board' redolent of grace and wisdom, setting spent visiting her daughter, Mrs. It is sure to cxmle. Only let our light THE ELATERITE ROOFING 0 of Directors and as soon as he returns before the cultures audience wealth Badaohorin Portland, returned homo be God's llght and our darkness God's definite informal;ion will be obtained of talent and ability rarely to be on Saturday evening's train, darkness, and we shah be safe at home Seattle AROAD.. Spokane; Portland Or WOROST in this regard, found. Its tone and guiding spirit Miss Josie Harrington expects to go when the great nightfall comes. BLDG , BLDG