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THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. $ f GENERAL CATHOLIC NEWS. OF THE WORLD. RELIGIOUS EVENTS FROM TIIE CtIURCH PI:OGRESS. f DOMESTIC. One hnndred and forty-four Cardi- nals have died during the pontificate of Leo XIII. Of tile sixty-four now lmrpose, Undoubtedly tim fall term will see a numer of the parish schools using Dr. Joyce&apos;s Irish history as sup- l)lcnleatar y reading. A large excursion, under the auspi ces of tile Young Ladies' Sodallty of Out Lady of Sorrows' ellurch,Cilmago, was taken out to St. Maiy-of-the- living only one was of his predeces- sor's creation. Thirty-seven are Ital- Woods, St. Mary's, Ind.., on Friday of week betore last. Special devotions ians. At Pope Leo's election in Feb- were held at that place on Sunday in ruary, 1878,there were present a great- honor of St. Ann. ex number of Cardinals than on any previous oceasionsixty-three. Corpus Christi church, Fort Dodge, It is reported that the postponed Ia. has just been turned over to the oouseoration ceremonies of Bishop pastor again by the freseoers, who elect Col,on will be held on August24. h,ave made it a model in decorations. New boilers with new steam heating fittings for the ehuroil and hot water heating apparatus for convent and solloolare being put in St. Ann's, Philadelphia, Pa. Work on the south wing ef the con- , A new paroehml school now almost vent of tile Sisters of Merey,Cincinna- completed at E1 Paso, Tex.,is a soucre ti, Ohio, interrupted for some time of great pride to the generous and eu- has been iesumed and will soon be thusiastie Catholics. of that place. Tle roll now, contains tile names of completed. 214 Catholic children. Tile Sisters of The new pipe organ presented ,rio Loretto are in charge. the Polish Catholic church,Marine,to school at Badeu, now Bit. Gallitzin pcademy, hlst week. Old school fel- lows iJoul all parts of the country at- teuded, with their wives and families. Sonic of the lmpils ' wile were taught at the seminary ill 1869, at the time it was started, wine present. The Ca,belie church at Great Fails, Montana, was organized ill 1888, and the present chapel was first opened for service in 1890. The church is now the largest in point of Ule abersllip ill the city, and has a foundation finished ut)on wheh will be erected in the near future a magnificent church building. Tlae amount raised by the recent picnic for tile Orphans of Cincinnati was $19,750, by far the largest sum ever xealized. Pursuant to the instructions of Archbishop Katzer, Vicar General A. F. Sctdnner, and Roy. N. Kersten met The :Kneipp Sanitarium at Rome in a room adjoining the death chain- Glty diocese of Fort Wayne, Ind., con- bet at Fond du Lao on Tuesday and dueled by Sisters of the Most Precious opened the will and memoranda left by Blood, has sustained severe damage tile Archbiishop. They found among through fire. other things that Vicar General A. F. Sohinner had been named administra- tor of tile archdiocese to act as arch- bishop until the appointment of a suc- cessor is made at Rome. Fathex Sohin- ner has already assumed charge of the diocesan affairs. There was a large pilgrimage from Chicago and surrounding towns on Mioh., through the beneficence of the On the least of Our Lady of Mt. late Frank Barnoski, will be delivered Carmel, a grotto of Our Lady of Lout- MondaYill. last to the shrine of St. Anne the middle of August and installed in des was solemnly blessea by tile chap- tm house of worship. Through the lain of St. John's Normal College, Delegates from many parts of the terms of he will the sam of $1,600 is Danvers, Mass. on the grounds of country attended the ninth annual oft to the church society to be ex- that institution, convention of the Polish Roman Cath- olic Association,which eonvended this pended in the purchase__ of apipe organ. Plans have been drawn for a new year at Glenwood, Mich. The most The new ohuroil at Arlington, Ill., church to be erected in the near fut- important business transacted at the is apidly nearing completion, and in ure at Ocean Park, Cat. The seating gathering was the creating of a chain- beauty of workmanship and delicacy capacity will be__about 400. her of deputies,whose business it shall of finish will not be surpassed by any The new church at Clarkston, Wash. it be to look after the general interests church in the diocese. The windows are especially remarkable for their ar- is approaching completion. Down- of the Poles throughout the country. stairs has been arranged for a school istic beauty of color anal design,beiug fo girls. Three beautiful new altars import- up to the standard with tile rest of -- ed from Italy, are soou to be erected the church. Roy. John Spensley, D. D., has in St. Gabriel's church on East Thir- Archbishop Keane is reported to be been appointed Registrar of the Ca, h- ,y-seventh street, New York City. engaged in an effort to bring about a clio University of America and Vice division of the archdiocese of Du- Rector of Keane Hall, the depart- Improvements are belng made to the buque. He thinks the needs of the men, of laws and science in the uni- basement chapel of St. Peter's church, people require it. versity. Rev. Dr. Spensley has ae- Philadelphia, Pa., in which rest the copied the positions and will take up remains of the veneralfle Bisllop leu- Rt. Rev. Bishop Ohatard,whose up- his duties at tile university m Wash- mann. pointment to the See of, Indianapolis ington, D. O., in tile autumn. was one of tim first official acts of tim Every Catholic diocese in "the Uni- lae Pontiff, is reported as lying very ]1 a few days ground will be broken ed tates is to be asked to contribute ill at his residence on North Merida for the erection of a new St. James church in Ludlow, Ky. Houses on a statue or paintingof the rulingBish- street in that city. the new site are being removed, op to be presented to Statuary Hall in tile Catholic University at Washing- The addition being made to Hotel i -"-------' ton. Each rovinee, it has been sug- Dieu at El Paso, Tex, is nearing corn- The recent annual picnic for the gested will present a statue of of its pie,ion. Wheu finished the ood Sis- benefit of St. Paul's Orphanage at Archbishop as the gift of the clergy tots'of Charity will have one of the Pittsburg, la., netted that institution of the diocese. Boston has been the a largest Sanitariums in the Southwest. the sum of $22.000. Tins amount will first to adopt the plan. The clergy of be increased some by collections from that archdiocese have ordered a life The parishioners of St. Peters oongregatons not represented on the size portrait of Archbishop John Jo- church ,Fall River, Mass., 'have pro- occasion, seph Williams. seated the sum of $1,500 to their pas- tor, the Roy. Bernard F. MeOahill. As an example of the generosity The walls of the new church of St, Father MeOahill accepted the gift on- and loyalty of the A. O. H. to Holy Stephen, Bolivar, Ohio, are rising rap- ly on condition that he might apply it Mother Church, mention may be made idly, and the building will be ready o the eeds of the church and tne par- tba most striking feature of the mag- for the dedication in October. Its di- FOREIGN. At Oxford, recently, three Catholic students carried away honors ill tim! Mathematical Moderations scllool. DOll A,'isto Mercado, all exempl'lry !Catholic laynmn, was reelected gov- ernor of MiDhoacan, Meicox, last week. At a recent eonfirnlation at Cardiff, England, 25 per cent. of the class were adults presented by tim various mis- sions of the town. Tim class was con- firmed by Bishop Hedley. A proclamation was published re- cently in the "Dublin Gazette" revok- ing the operation of he coercion act in the districts of Clare, Limerick, Ros- commonm and Sllgo. The First National Catholic Con- gress in Switzerland is to be lmld in Lucerne on September 27 and 28 under i the presidency of Dr. Pestalozzi Pfyf- for of Zmich. The three national languages--French, German and Ital- ian-will be allowed. A joint meeting of the IIouses of Convocation of Canterbury aud York [The Life of Pope Leo Xlll I SMITti & KrNN[DY "Imprimatur" Prescription Druggists. --&._ . /'. ]he most authentic Phone, Main 49; Independent 49 ',Lr_.a,! by J. 5,a,thl k/illcr, Corner Second and Janws. v , ',4,', ..... d ' 1 '1'',:7'" who was CHARLE* ME,TON "'j " th a l, any Sole agent for j t.r  other per-' " Patent White F.namcled Letters and FI Aluminum Nombere, Numbering .':.0tl. The [onlr:ll l<lltloll llll{horlzed by Ill(' ](rml of tim Church In Amerh!a. Ills ICM- INENCE, (!Alli)IN.,II (IlllIONA am! n'lnh.( with llh peclal sam,lion lind i,p- |,royal of Ills (rll(,,, the Most l{,,v. Palrlek J. Ryan, Arehhlshol, ,,if P lihhlelphia. I] hllnllro(1 lllrgo Dltffe8 prllllod fr(lll Clollr l?i)o, i I'ofl 8t,|v Iilld I'tlltlfully [Ihls- /rated wllh full lll,ff, . onravln,.t froln ortg[- nlll DllOt(dXrllllll S  'III'P I Ill II IlIO OXl " ,,I g for ltlt b(ll*k, lll'llldI, l'OIUl'll:%lTg Ill ' ALl, TIlE POPES I"llOM ST. l'l.:'rElt TO IARO Xlll. A ffl'llD]lle d.scrlptlan of St. Peter's And the ,'lllh'Rn. llrlllillnt llohllv,,nlellt of Ill llolhlos, add hlt,rh' t'VI'IIIR lnfllletleed by Ills 811(.('ogsflll IIOIIt|I|CIItP. Sent, cloth-bound, post-paid, for .00. Free with every book Superb en- graving fron, last photograph Of ][Ils r[ollntDs, on lille heavy l)aper 12 x 19, lot framing. If d,slred, nroofs of the official al,lhorlza- lion of tills bo,)k mailed to say addres.9. Puritan Pub. Co. Dept. I 35 Philadelphia. ttlt tills out--it I not likely to appear again aS tile editloa Is limited Machlnee. Rubber Type, Price Markere, Datcre, Rubber Stamp Inks, Pads, Etc. 210 YESLER WAY, SEATTLE- WASH. COLLINS BROS. NDERTAKERS Funeral Directors and Em- balmers. 1407 ['srst Av.. Phone haln 1029. mulation of interest, or will assist them in he purchase of foreign or do- mestic exchange. It is apparent that this new deparmtent will commend it- self to every lady who has business to transact with the bank, and from the success already attained shows that CONVENIENCE Electric light provides it at av extremely low price; Eliminates theneeessity of matches; insures an absence of smoke and odors adopted atter a long discussion, resolu- this department with all its eonfforts tions with the object of calling intc and conveniences for'lady patrons is existence a National Council of the becoming very popular with timm. Church of England. A CATHOLIC PAPER, THE CREATURE* COMFORTS OF | You Do Not Subscribe For OB A MODERN BANK. Chambourg.the great Frencll Minis- ter of Finance, once said that poverty taught the people "finesse." In these days the opposite of the proverb is be- coming true and the aggregation of wealth is teaching the people "fi- nance." No longer do the great finan- cial institutions of the land respire awe, for we have naming mon- ey by the millions where only hml- dreds and thousands were formerly spoken of, nor does an overpowering sense of our own littleness confront one on entering tiledoors of modern bank. In fact th education in mone- tary affairs, during tile last few years in the commercial schools and even in the high schools of this country, has been so liberal that the development of the practical age has almost been eaehed. The education that does not include tile economics of property and its conservation is not now considered such a preparation as tile boy and girl should have in this period of progress, for the women have invaded this de. i partment of the world's work along with most of tile others, and have just begun to demonstrate their ability to manage their own financial affairs and to render good assistance to tlleir families and in the eommercal world. So it has come about that modern banks are recognizing the necessity for prowding special ways and means for the comfort and convenience of their patrons of the gentler sex, and every year adds to tile number of women who regularly make use of the banks What Is the Co, usel Dozens of Catholic families are able to take Catholic papers, but neglect to do so because "Catholic papers do not interest thcm." Wily ? Let us analyze the cause. With all of us the "sensational" Is apt to be more interesting than routine news. in tile daily papers we are apt to go first for the write up with the glaring headlines which tells of the bloody murder. If we want a constant diet of this kind we take the Police Gazette. Then our taste for reading becomes wholly depraved. Not even the most attractively got up paper in- tercsts us. Tills illustrates how a reading taste and intcrest may be cultivated for good or evil. On th9 other hand, thousands of peo- ple are interested in Catholic papers We have on our list hundreds who say they "would not be without a Catholic paper." It is possible that the reason you are not interested in the Catholic paper is that there is something at fault in your taste for reading. You may be lacking in loyalty to your church, which menus, of course that you are not interested lu Catholic events and Catholic opinion. You may have a frivolous, gossip craving mind that cannot put up with intelligent newspaper matter. You may be too much of a worldling in your interests. You may be deficient 'guarantees a pure atmosphera, - The easiest method of lighting-no flame to ignite draperies ( otho inflammable material. Free instdlation and free re. newal of lamps. LIGHTING AND POWER RATES REDUCED. THE SEATTLE ELECTRIC CO. 907 FIRST AVE. [GA00i DRAMATIC SCIIOOL. (HOLYOKE BLOCK.) TM , Private lessons daily,-Evenin class- es,.Dramatio Art, Fencing and Dane- ing. Frank C. Egan, Drmnatio Depart. ment,-Prof. J. Leslabay, Fencing Mas. ter -Lillie Martinet,i, Teacher of Dane. ins. Phone Sunset Blue 966 BONNEY-WATSON CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMR And dealers In all kinds of Burial Case Caskets and Undertakere' Goods. Prepa- lng bodies for shipment a specialty. All telephone or telegraph prompt- to. Parlors Third Avenue a )lumbia Street. Phone Main 18, Seattle, Wash. T.L.DABNEY A.J.WOODHOU DABNEY & WOODHOUSI We are solo agents for th Charter a STEEL RANGE. W Buy, Sell and Exohaz Beta New and Seeond-hand HOUSEHOLD GOODS of every description, at the BIG SECOND-HAND STORE. Tel. John 981. 418 Pike St. Seattle, Wash In sympathy with your coreligionists.  Give the matter some consideration ]Ch p and see where The fault lles, or, ,o ze man Bros. & Co. perfectly certain about the problem, take a Catholic paper for one year, in- SCHOOL FURNITURE & dustrlously read it and see whether an interest in that kind of reading will APPARATUS- not be engendered. That is an excellent plan. Try it.- Catholic Home Companion. A Minl'ter a Convert, News has been received from Rome that the Rev. Henry 0rmond Rlddel. Farnish Everything needed in the Schoolroom. 906 FOURTH AVE., SEATTLE Telephones: Black 9101; Indep. 1612 Teachers and others who are open ish. Bishop Allen of Mobile, Ala., has presented to St. Aloysius' ohuroh, Bessemer, two beautiful statues; one f the Sacred Heart, and the other, St. Aloysoius, patron of the church. The Sisters'of St. JoseplUs Acade- my, Tekoa, Wash., will commence the erection of an addition to their build- ing. The addition will be of brick 70x50 feet, and three stories high,with a basement. Joseph E. Corrogan, a nephew of the late Archbishop Corrigan,has been appointed a deputy assistant district ttorney of NewYork by Mr. Jerome. He is twenty-six years ohL a graduate of Colunbia University, and while a tudent there was editor of the Oolum- bia Law Review. By the will of Patrick O'Neill of Pittsburg, Pa., St. (hniee's church, Knoxville, received $2,000; St. Paul's Orphan Asy!um $1,000; Little Sisters of the Poor, $300. Last Sunday the Rt. Rev. Admiuis- trator of the Oolumbus diocese dedioa. ted the new Greek Church at Pleasant ity, Ohio. There is a small colony of Greeks and Slavs at ttlis little place, ituated about 10 miles from Cam- bridge, Ohio. . A committee of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Milwukee is at pres- ent at work among the Catholic pas- tors of the English speaking parishes of the city with a view to having Irish history introduced as supplementary reading in the parish schools. The A. O. H. is willing to purchase the books and loan them to the schools for this reticent cure Youngstown ,Ohio, is the big. front glass window, donatde by the Hiber- nlans of Mahoning county, at a cost of $800. Conpsicuously displayed in golden letters in the window are the words "A. O. H." %.------- The plan to install a heating system in St. Mary's church, De Pore, Wis. has been given up for the present, and nothing further will be done in the made for the relief of the matter before next spring. The pare- Baltimore storm sufferers. chial school will be ovrehaulod ud improved and a sanitary closet system recently dedicated in mensions will be 40 by 80 feet; and a in the transaction of household eoo- basement, teu feet in height will ex- i nomics, who find them to be both eon- tend under its entire length. The venient and useful, besides the added style of architecture is Romanesque. Roy. Father Bernardine,O. M. Cap., seeurity. Now also comes tile reeogm- lion of the fact that this class of pat- designed the structure, and is super- tons must be given etter and ira- intending its construmion. proved facilities for the transaction of business with them, and instead of it , At the recent quarterly, meeting of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of being regarded with dislike and dread the bank must be made attractive to Baltimore a contribution of $1.00 was Northeast them and in a sense homelke. This has already been done by a few of those later established in the large Eastern cities, notably in St. an Episcopal clergyman, has changed his faith and become a Roman Catho- lic. Mr. Rlddei was ordained a deacon in 1885 and was advanced to the prtet- hood the followifig year. For a tlmo after his ordination he was in charge of St. James' mission, Cumberland Furnace, Tenn. He then became an assistant iu..St. Peter's church, Rex- bore, Philadlphia,,,h and in 1887 he ac- cepted a call to a curacy in Trinity chapel of Trinity church, Manhattan. Later he became au assistant iu Em- manuel church, now St. Martin's church, Brooklyn, of which he was elected rector in 1889. In 1896 he went abroad. After his return Mr. Riddel became chaplain to Bishop Charles put in. The addition to St, Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Green Bay, which bas been The new ohruch at Loveland, Colo., m course of construotiou for the past is progressin rapidly, and in its pres- year and was dedicated by Apostolic eat condition gives evidence that it Delegate Faloonio during his visit will be a handsome structure. Much against his wishes Roy. Fa- ther J. W. Cummings of Arlington, Ill., has bsen made houorary president of a new state bank at that plaee. Tbe cornerstone of a new Polish church has been laid at Delanao, Minn ..... The new structure will be builof brick, 110 feet long by 54 feet wide, and will cost over $15,000. where one bank has in is employ a Grafton of the diocese of Fond du Lac, lady called ,he"Bank Hostess," who Wis., and held that office until he is there to wait upon the lady custom- again went abroad last year. Mr. ors, advising and instructing them Riddel was received into the Roman Catholic church on Holy Saturday. Ite and looking after their eomfort m ev- was an adherent of the high church there is now about completed. It is cry way. This has proved a success, party and leaned to extreme ritualism. being furnished and the finishing touches added and will be used for the first time during the annual retraet of the priests of tim Greeu Bay dio- cese ths montn. The addition of three stories in height with a basement, and as the bank can count six thousand la- dy depositors. Here in Seattle w= al- so find the same innovation in a bank the International Bank and Trust Company of America, who have their banking rooms in th new Walker A FRAUD EXPOSED. Agents who elaim they are repre- senting reFable houses in Portland follows the design of the other part of Building on Second avenue. A special and Seattle are working a clever the building. It has a frontage of 54 window and desk in the outer office scheme to defraud the Farmers. feet and is about 150 feet deep. With as been set apart for their lady pat-  Their game is to call on him and in- the addition the frontage of the corn- tons, besides which, a large reception troduce themselves as reprsenting :a plete building is 24 feet. The total room nicely furnished for their use certain company, and solicit orders for cost of the addition is about $33,000. with large upholstered chairs, writing Tea, 3offee, Spice etc. desks with neat stationery, the latest After the agent has obtained a good- The proposition to buill a August 15 will witness the installs- magazines on the tables, etc.. invite ly supply of orders he returns to the ohureh at Babylon, N. Y., is bein tion of the new pipe organ .in the them to write a letter to a friend or city to have them filled. As a matter generally discussed, aud if the plans church at Arlington,Ill., and will be rest a while if so disposed. This de- of fact he has been sent out by an un- of the pastor, Rev.'Matthew J. Tierney observed by a grand organ opening in partment of the bank is presided over scrupulous house to sell heir goods and his parishioners can be carried oat the evening. The organ is a gift of by a lady who looks after the|comfort under a special brand. as they doubtless will be a handsome a generous non-Catholic, of mse who wish to make use of it These goods are of such inferior and new church, with a seating capacity  and render them assistance if they de- adulterated stuff as to be unfit for hu- of between 500 and 600, will be erect- The cornerstone of a handsome new sire it in arranging their financial man eonsumption. ed after the new yeaer, church at Clair,on, Pa., has been laid affairs. Sne also takes pleasure in in- The orders for coffee are filled at a and the work on the structure will be straoting those who ask hey in the de- wholesale cost of 18 cents a pound-- The first reunion of the scholars of pushed as rapidly as possible. The tails of banking methods and may be the farmer paying 5 cents pe pound, Mr. Gallitzin Seminary, Ebensburg, cost when completed will be about consulted freely by tlo ladies in refer- a profit of 2 cents on every pound, or Pc., was held atthat institution's new $2,000. once to savings deposits and the aocu- $5.50 for every 25 pound order. Or. for employment,either permanently or during the summer season, may profit by reading the advertisement of the Standard House, Educational Depart- ment, Caxton Building, Chicago, which appears .elsewhere in this issue. DA CL G CLASSE. Monday and Friday Prof. Willon's School. Ranke Hall. Private leuoa daily. ders for spice extracts are filled in the same proportions. It is an easy graft to work, for the farmer has a foolish old fashioned no- tion that he is being overcharged by he loom merchant of his town, and :hicks he has an opportunity "to get )aok." As a matter of fact it is a pernicious form of highway robbery. For no only is the farmer robbed but the local merchant is 'defrauded of the trade that legitimately belongs to him. The money that rightfully belongs to the community and town is taken away froml it. The harm done is unlimited. We can only warn these interested to watch out for those wolves in disguise. Buy your staples from a reliable house, a reliable brand and rest assur- ed that the reticles you get are pure -d--wlmlesomo andthat been spent on theTr production. These "fly-by nights," box-car op- erators or whatever you ellooss to call them are easily recognized0 for like the mosquito and other blood suckers they always appear in the summer and fall when their victims have money andare generous in spending it.