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| THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. News of the City and the State. SEATTLE COLLEflE NOTES. OUR LADY OF GOOD HElP PARISH. OFFIOIAL PROMOTIONS. The following students ot Seattle Tile ladies of "Our Lady of Good College were promoted in their respeo- I help will hold their fiIst meeting next live classes as tile result of tim exami- ] Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Lto]or- nations and the year's work. Stu-]ganize an altar society. The mere- dents who were abseut during the I bets of a former society will join with final examinations--June 10-16--will have a last chance to make their classes on September 4th and 5tll when the entrance examinations for the coming year will be held: Alber E. Prickett Robert I. Anthony Francis J. Sexton Gtiarles J. Morris David V. Morgau ffohn Kelly F. J. MoGarrigle Matthew Jr Ryan Thee. P. Delsman Alfred C. Dent James A. Foley Ralph F. Danel Thomas P. Walsh James Hogan Harvey C. Pettit William Abbes Leo Padden James MoCluskey ffohn Dunney John Doyle James Dunney Davitt Duffy Thomas Maher Leo Foley John Murray James Molloy William Cotie Edward Carey The classes of be resumed the tember. Stanley J. Padden Rnsaire J. Loranger John J. Dennis James A. Buhnan Ferdinand J. Nist Francis Molly John M. Cross SidneyV. Bingham Henry J. Loranger Jas. G. Donnellan Henry J. Gouillard Thaddeus MoGrath L. Schwarzbauer James Gilmour Paul Macdonald Wi Ilium MeGarrigle Charles Shannon Samuel German Dennis Molloy John Ryan Francis Kelly Bernard Mahoney Louis Goughlin George Parant Seattle College will first Monday of Sep- AN OMISSION. In the account in the last issue of the Catholic Progress, of the awards and premium conferred at the closing cxe rcises of the college, June 17th,the following special prizes were in some way omittted : Senior Elocution--Gold Medal, Stanley J. Padden; distinguished, Robert I. Anthony, Albert E. Prickett, Francis J. Sext an. Junior Elocution-- Gold Medal, Thomas P. Walsh; distinguished, Car- roll B. Reynolds, Leo A. Padden, Thaddeus MeGrath. Conduct and Application-- Gold Medal, John Kelly; distinguished, John J. Dennis, Stanley J. Padden, Rosaire J. Loran.ger, Alfxed C. Dent. Francis J. MoGarngle. Tile award for conduct and applica- tion is decided by the vote of the students of the college on the names of those who have won Firsi Testi- monials during the course of the year. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH. MARRIAGE BELLS. Mr. Frederick Albert Anderson and Miss Anna Marie Gross were happily married in the hnmaculate Conception church, on Thursday evening, June 25. The brie has been for seam time a favorite singer in the Immaculate Conception choir. Mr. Anderson is one of the firm of the Hiekman Gra- hkm Co.,printer and manufaetrers of blank books and stationery. Both are well known among our young Catho- lics people. The feast of Saint Aloysius Gon- rags, Patron of Christian Youtli, was celebrated on Sunday, J-he 2I, ia the Immaculate Conception church, b a beautiful panegyric of the Saint. de- livered at the half pas ten o'clock mass by Roy. Fatber Mahony, S.J. and in the evening by a reception into the sodalities. The feast of the Sacred Heart was also duly celebrated by solernu mass and the conferring of crosses on approved promoters of tim Apostleship of.'prayer before the bene- diction ot the Blessed Sacrament in the evening. --- _ - _ - _ FOR RENT:--One four Room Cot- tage; One Six Room Flat. Both one- half block fom the Seattle College (Jesuits) Gall 812 Tenth avenue. Pbo,¢ 3ames 591 .t Cbe  C 3. g,,,v o; di Oi PHnttng l Binding Ruling Blank Books 6: ngr,plng Eitgograpur¢ 84 and S6 Washington Street Seattle I many others to form a substantial or- ganization. Mr. Maurice Smith-Collins anl Miss Hattie Magino Noreross were .married on June 13 at high noon by Rev. Father Gasey. Last Sunday Father Gassy united in the holy bonds of matrtimony Mr. Silvadore Palms and Miss Laura Spanning. . Mrs. Joanna Barrett was buried from tim Cburch of Our Lady of Good Help last Sunday afternoon. _The fu- neralrites worse in charge of Roy. Father Kauten. Two sisters and two brothers mourn her death, Mrs. Wm. B. Jaokling, Miss Eliner A. Gondon, John T. Condon of this city and W. R. Goudon of Port Gamble, [Interment was made in Calvary cemetery. John Gourtney who was accidentally killed on the Interurban line was bur- ied from the church of Our Lady of God Help yesterday at 10 o'clock. The ease is sadder because the young man died alone, as no one knows how nor when the accident happened. Miss Helen Grant is spending her vacation with her parents at Helix,Ore CITY NEWS. Mr. W. G/McCarthy, principal of the South School of this city, will leave this. evening on an extended trip east. He will spend a week with his mother who lives in Minnesota, and then proceed to New York City where lie will devote about one month of his vacation in familiarizing himself with the metropolis and its environs. Thence to Boston to attend the Na- tional Edu ational Association and re- turning lie will visit Washington, D. O., Buffalo, Chicago and other points of interest.. Professor McCarthy takes a deep interest in educational matters and it is a :souree of great satisfaction to the Gatholios of Seattle that 'one so ear.able stmuld have super- vision over one of the leading public schools. He will intersperse his time with visits to the various councils of tim Knights "of Columbus, he being Deputy Grand Kuight of Seattle coun- cil. The fine home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crowley of Fourteenth ave- nue and Denny Way was the scene of a very pleasant surprise on Thursday evening, of June 18. It was the occa- sion of the flfty-flttii anniversary of tile birth of Mr. Crowley, and the sharer of "his joys and sorrows" dur- ing t:eir married life, took this oppor- tunity to entertain a few of their young friends and incidentally to open to them ttmir magnificent home, one recently built and completed. Whist was the order of the evening to which four tables were devoted. The following were present : Mr. and Mrs Brewster, Mr. and Mrs Crowley, Misses Lattner, Carroll, Widner, Leavenworth, Truekey, and Conley, and Messrs. Gongdon, Lawler, Me- Ininny, Whitney, Watrous Southard and Desine. The head prizes were won respec- tively by Miss Lattner, and Mr. Mc- Ininny. A wry dainty lnneheon was served after which Mr. Crowley was tim recipient of congratulations land Iris amiable wife likewise shared ."in tim felicitations exended. James Herren, connected with the Ben Marche in the capacity of buyer will shortly leave for New York on au extended business trip. He will make extensive purciiases for the firm and return about Aug 15. Mr. Horton has been with the Ben Marohc for a long time and makes annual trips east as buyer. He recently re- ceived first degree honors in Seattle Council, K. of O. and wlfile in the east will visit numerous councils. Miss Nellie Grow who has been in tile hospital for many weeks has so far reooverd as to be at home again. Master G&arles Roe ret-rned from Columbia University, Portland, a week ago. WANTED--small room close in, nmst e cheap, but neat,--absent from city most of the time Address X Gattiolie Progress MRS. ANNA G. BOYLE, Teacher of Piano Forte, Studio and Sesidenos 1545, Twelfth Avenue oath. 'Phone Black 7752. It Spells Itself. Cream of all Refreshing Economical Sealed cans only Coupon iu every can Easily digested Never in Bulk Tastes Good CREAM COFFEE Sold Everywhere Arthur Hewitt and James Oranney returned from their studies in the Re- demptorist college at Kirkwood, Me. th!sweek. They will spend their va- cation here and [return to ".school in 'the fall. John Duffy arrived home from Gon- zaga College, Spokane, last Sunday. Mrs. P. E. Muldoon has returned to spend the summer;with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Hogan of .'Magno- lia Bluff. Mr, Muldoo, leaves San- Francisco with his regiment July 1st for the Pifilippino Islands, where his wife will join him in Oct. Mr. Joseph Spitzangel has gone east, but will return in a few days, ',when we shall have more to say about the nature of his errand. Mrs F. N. Sehwinn of San Francisco is visitting her sister-in-law, Mrs, Ja- cob Miller of 2006 Thieenth Ave.South. She will remain here several weeks. Mr. J. D, Farrel has"retained fro/m a several mdnth's trip to the principal ports of Asia in the interest of his transportation company. Several Knights of [.Columbus con- template a trip to Portland this week, believing there is to be a third degree given there Sunday. Pupils returning from the Colum- bia University, Portland, are very en- thusiastic over the school. Mr. J. H, Kane has formed a law partnership with Judge MeGafferty. This is a strong combination and will command patronage. CRESCENT GOODS SELL WELL. The Crescent Mauoufaoturing Co., makers of the Crescent brand of egg and phosphate baking powder, spices, etc.,-are enjoying an increasing trade. In no particular instance is there,oth. er than excellent reports of their goods, and where the customer is particular, they express satisfaction with the Crescent goods. As a local msanufae- turing institution, this company has received more than loyal support and by reason of the quality of the goods, their busines is built on a permanent basis and will increase so long as good goods and pure eatables are required. Mr. T. J. Ivers will spend a few days with the WalJa Walls people next week. OLYMPIA Providence Academy held graduat- ing exercises last Friday afternoon. Ttmre were three graduates to receive honors in the presence of many friends. They were Misses Viva H. Israel, Molls E. Hartsuck and Viola Fuller. Much pains had been taken in tile decoration of tim academy and it pre- sented a mos attractive and artistic appearance. There were roses and other flowers in profusion, and iv and ea vine land ferns contrasted agreeably with the bright colored flow. era and tim well appointed features of the academy. All the puuils of the academy were present and many took par in tile program avranged for the afiernoon's entertainment. The Program: Overture, Rossini, Piano Misses May Kreider, Faith Chambers, Mabel Pidpps, Tdresa Huntley, Nellie Knee, Hazel Harris. Happy School Girl Days, Vocal chorus Hunting Song--Menelssol.n, Piano Miss Faith Gambers American Savings Bank - & Trust Co. - Cor. Second and Madison, Capital StoCk. $200,000.00 We Pay 4 Pe Cent. on Deposits. DIItECTORS : Jas. A. Murray, President, Banker, Butte, Montana. Jas. P. Gleasoon, Vice President aud Manager. M. M. Murray, Cashier. Michael Caries, Pres. Puget Sound Saw Mill Co.. Fah'haven. Itobert J. Tohln, Treas. Hibernia Sav- ing & Loan Society? San Francisco. W. D. McCartby, Pres. McCarthy Dry Goods Co. Frank McDermott, Treas. Ben Marche. J. .r. Haggerty, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. M. D. l,eehey, of Roberts & Leehey, Attorneys. Drafts Sold on All Parts of the World. Open Saturday Evenings, 6 to 9. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Most Liberal Accommoda- tion Accorded Patrons. "Echoes Roll from Soul to Soul," Miss Viola E. Fuller Silver Spring--Mason Piano Teresa Huntley" "No Chauce" Recitation Wilfred Wallner, The Little Waiters  Action Song Tlie Boyless [own,Concert Recitation, Fifteen small boys. Valse Brilliant--Moskowski Piano OUr New Oxfords Mary Kreider "The Flowering Ofviva II. IsraelS°ng" [Or ] W Ble ?:':re.i The Bridge Pantomime "Glass Motto," Mollie E Hartsuck to "Farewe,l" Class The Jenkins Shoe Co. Lt Viotoire, Ortlepp Piano SECOND AVE & MARION Nellie Kane, Margaret Marsh, Alice Titus, Sylvia Parks. Roy. Father Kusters conferred the graduation honors. Several repro- 417 PIKE STREET OPTiCAL CO 417 sentatives of the local ,clergy were EYES EXAMINED FREE With .mr._ ]nstrument present by special invitation. During the latest .E-, known to the past year Providence Academy en- and best r science rolled 132 pupils. The =work of the Pke Street G A Lndauer "institution during the year llas been between 4 & 5 ' . Eye Specialist highly satisfaotoy and the conting yea promises to be even batter. SHORT SERMONS. Hatred of one's faults is a step toward amendment, but not amend. ment itself. Limitation is the law of life; for life is the finite shore, everywhere touched by infinity's uncharted ocean. The blessed sacrament is not one thing out of many; but it is all things, and all in one, and all better than they are in themselves, and all ours and for us--and it is Jesus. Look not mournfully into the past-- it comes not back again. Wisely im- prove the present--it is thine. G0 forth to meet the shadowy future with- out fea and ltl._ a manly heart, NORTH YAKIMA" The commencement exercises of St. Joseph',s Academy were held at Acad- emy Hall on last Friday, June 19. Hen. W. L. Jones addressed the graduating celass and also presentend tim diplomas. The graduates were; Scientific Course, Beatrice %Tavarre Phonography and Typewriting,An. aa K. Heiser, Goxa Starritt, Ads Fisk, and Gertrude Fisk; Penmanship Course: Anna Kathryn Heiser, Louisa Estelle Mender, Mary Results MeNamara, Anna Melvina Gray; Grammar Course. Wmifred Glides, Hazel Surer. Miss Iate 8uver of Ellensburg is visiting witii friends in Yakima. St. Ceolha's Court met with Mrs. Krober on Thursday. A surprise party was given Miss Kre- mer last week. Music and games furnished the evening's entertainment. Miss Viloa Mueller of Ellensburg is visiting with Miss Anna Nevin. These items were crowded out last week and we ask our kind correspond- ent for indulgence and we promise to not fail hereafter when matter reach- es us sn time. Mrs. Koreski is here from Dayton on a visit to her daughter Mrs. J. Garreeht. The wenty-room addition:being put on the hospital adds greatly to its ap- pearance. St. JoseFh's academy commence- ment exercises were held June 19 at Academy Hall. A number of friends of Miss Kremer stepped in Wednesday evening and agreeably surprised her. The even. ing was spent very pleasantly after which refreshments were served. UNIONTOWN Sunday witnessed a good game of base ball and the local diamond be- tween the members of the W.O. W, camp and G. O. F. court in which the Foresters were the victors by the tune of 3 to 5. The first two times at bat brought scores for ;Leither side. In the third inning the Foresters got a man on first witb Brother Ivers next o bat aud the way lie went st it was in wide cent, rust in comparison to his statute for he pounded tile leather for a two bagger bringing in tile first score. It was really a three bagger but you see Brother Ivers attenled the Foresters meeting the evening before, The fourth inning brought another score for our boys, The fifth was wasted energy; the sixth made the score 3 to 0. In the seventh the Choppers got into the forest for their first score. In the eighth our boys added two and the Choppers got two in th ninth. The game was a good one, lots ot ginger. Brother Ivers lias the distinction of making the only two bagger. Brother Busman Jr., did tim tossing for our boys and proved aim- self a veritable cyclone. The Wood- men are grinding their axes fo Sun. day next. The members of St. Joseph 0curt No. 553, had the pleasure of having 00CARIHY ]DRYGOODS CO. 2nd Avenue & Madison St.! 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Sunset Phone, John 1461. Screen Doors, ail sizes 75c Fancy Doors $1.35, 1.50 & 2.00 Adjustable Screens 20,-25,-35,-45,-50 and 75c ERN ST B ROS, JOHH 283i W, M. liarrington J, P. McNamee '* ..... Iowa Butter Store A T H 0 L i CVl Best lows Gremery 21b 55o  Ornr00 Good Dairy 20c lb HOME Ranch Eggs 2 doz. " 45o ,NO'00HONE,O,O --V IHll Largest Stock - - I Ij00/I lheCityof Pra.yer00 Books R0saribs, TDE NNY-CORYELL CO. 00LOWMAN & HANFORD CO. ' '' ARTISTIC PRINTING  2_16_F/aSTAVIENUE " : , BLANK BOOKS ,Denny.Cory¢ll Co, 716 First Ave • Elaterite Roofng Co. Seattle. # TELL THEM YOU" SAW IT IN THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. with them at their meeting last Sat- urday Brother Ivers of Seattle who made a very interesting and appre- ciative talk under the good of the order and incidentally he explained to the brothers the cause of the shortage of lobsters and crabs since Brother Reilly and Taufn visited the sound. Fifteen new members is the record for St. Joseph, Court for the month of May. That wa a golden rain Sunday night. = = : = : :_ • = = • - " O. H. P. La Fargc. Rentals, Management of Estates, Purchase and Sale of Real Estate 343 Arcade Bldg. Seattle, Wa Real Estate & Insurance Resident Agent of the Alliance Assurance Co.