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tlve committee, E. F. Gieger, J. Crib- ben. J. MoGurraeh; rood. exam Dr. Frazer.. The report for tim quarter ending June 80th showed 9(; members on the roll. The amount received during the quarter was $284.25 ; amount disbursed $292.05,1eaving a balance m the treas- ury of $120.27. Several new members were initiated during the quarter. At he meeting of July 20, after the min- utes had been ead, a nmtion was car- ried to adjouru out of respect for His Holiness Pope Leo XIII, who died on that day , and that the charter be Is the OFFICIAL ORGAN of the CATH- OLIC ORDER OF FOB:ESTERS, Washing- ton State Court, and of the YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE, Northwestern Jurisdiction. YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. Grand Officers, 19024. Grand President, W. H. Weber, Wal- ls Walla, Wash. Grand Chaplain, Roy. M. Flohr, Walla Walla, Wash. Grand First Vice President, Rev. J. A. Faust, Uniqntown, Wash. Gradn Second Vice President, M. D. MeSher- ry, Butte, Mont. Grand Secretary, . A. Bantly, Victoria, B.O.. Grand ])reasurer, F. W. Tierney, Walla Walla, Wash. Grand Marshal, r. H.Wal- , kSpokane, Wash. Grand Directors. Chairman,John F Smith, Kamloops, B.O. A.J. Bookmyer, Seattle; H. J. Mater, The Dalles, Ore. Astoria, Ore.; Astoria Council No. 106: President, Ghas. E. Foster; Rec. See., Patrick Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays in Carnahan's hall. 8 B $ , Butte, Mont.; Ravalli Council No. 104: President, M. D. MeSherry; re- cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill; fin. see. P. G. Lynch. lIeets every Thurs- day eening in Y. M. I. Hall, 19 E. Quartz. $ $ $ The Dalles, Ore. ; The Dalles Coun- cil No. 579- President, H. J. Mater; roe. see. P. J. Sullivan; fin. see. R. . German. $ $ Genesee, Idaho, ; St. Aloysius Coun- eil/o. 505: President, Victor Hasfur- the tee. and fin. see. Joseph Knapps I $ Kamloops, B. C. ; Kamloops Council / No. (i22 : President,J. M. MoCormaek; roe. and fin. see., John F. SmitiL $ a $ Ladysmith, B. C.; Demers Council No. 154: President, Thos. A. O'Con- nell; roe. see. Robt. White; fin. see. John Conlin. S $ Rossland, B. G.: Rossland No. 545 President, E. C. Lockwood; a Seattle Council No.  492.President . Mootz; Ree. See., T. J. Edtl. Mets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays ia Father Prefontaine's Hall. $ m Spokane, Wash.; Spokane Council No. 78: President, W. H. Wallace; xee. see. T. J. Smith; fin. see., H. Mahon. a $ Victoria, B. C.; Seghers Council No. 85: President, F. Sere; reo. sea. S. A. Bantly; fin .see. W W. Baine Walla Walla, Wash. ; St. Michael's Couneil No. 309: President, Joseph Charrier; ree. sec. D. P. Hayes; fin. see. J. J. Wiekbam. Refreshments :--Dan Molsaac and LM.I. THE K. OF C. The K. of G. held an interesting ses- sion Wednesday evening. J.H. Kane was received on a transfer card from Hennepin council. J.J. German, na- tional erganizer, made a forcible speech on the good f the order. He reports Tacoma as almots ready for in- stitution. He also recommended and urged the extension of insurmme to as- sociate members as there is now no age limit. He demonstrated the sufficien- cy of the rate and explained the system draped for 80 days in his memory. Brother D. C. Cambpell arrived s to the great satisfaction of all. from Atliu after an absence of five Bros. Bowen ard O'Malley of New years from the city. He accompanied port News, Vs., and Brotlmr Murhpy Ills wife who was compelled to leave of Portland were present. Brother the north on account of her health. Bowen spoke of the great satisfaction At the last mooting a committee was in a large fraternalism. It is noticea- appointed to arrange for a social to bo ble especially to a man when he goes given at the Gorge. beyond the limits of his own state. C0F Last Monday evening the For High Grade Groceries, Fresh Meats, Fresh Vegetables and Fruit, Go to I Ill'- nl thy in this thier hour of affliction; and be it further I * e.olvd, that these resolutions be SHIRT WAIST SUITS. spread on the records of this Court; I a copy sent to the family of tim de- In Gras Cloth neatly trimmed ceased and a copy to the Cathohc Pro- and Beautifully Made. Also gress for publication. Black Lawn Shirt Waist Suits. MARGARET GRAVES, All Styles 32 to 42. Reduced MARY REX, to $2.50 the Suit M. D Leehey made a most interest- ing report on the recent con/erring of the third degree in Spokane. He also made some observations on his visit to ", Butte Council Catholic Order of Folesters met regulaxly and The following members of Seattle added three members to their roll. Council,K of C attended the initiation They are James F. Oakley, Wm. B. in SpoKane, on Sunday, last: Roy. E. Miller and Henry A. Schickling. Kauten, J. C. Ford, T. J. German, Steadily the court grows in T.H. Gomerford, J. T. Lawler ,,,f. D. steadily the benefits of fraternity ap- Leehey, S. V. Carey, F. E. Hartlaub, pear as sickness and distress are met Francis Green and James Roe. with relief promptly, and the quality The first degree was in charge of of its insurance is proved to be of the Seattle aud Walls Walla. represented best. * by J. C. Ford and Mr. Clancy respec- Brother J. P. Foley made the an-tively. The second degree was iu nouneement that his business interests charge of Spokane council, and the call him to Chicago an(l on that ac. third degree was under the supervi- count he was obliged to resign his sion of C. P. Connolly,termtorial dep- office as financial secretary. Many ex- uty of Montana. Special services were pressions of regret bear witness to the held in St. Josept's church, at 10:80 faithfulness and efficiency of Brother in the morning which were attended Foley in this important office. There by the local and visiting members. was no other choic ttmn to accept The initiatory session lasted untilP:30 the resignation, which was done, and p. m., the work having commenced Brother George Grant was elected to about 8 p.m. Seventy candidates fill out his term of office. Brothe were initiated into the profound mys- Grant formerly held the office and tricker the order which makes Spo- heartily resisted a reelection as its du- kane council the banner council in the ties are exacting and responsible, state. At the close of the initiation a splendid feast awaited the members at the Hotel Victoria whicl included Among the most prosperous courts an exeeflent menu, music and speak- of the C. O. F. in the state is St. Paul tug. The following program was car- court No. 780 of Spokane. The effio- tied out: ers and members are full cf enthusi- Toastmaster, Dr. H. B. Luhn, Spo- ELLA O'KEEFE, Committee. BALLARD. Mrs. Bourgette of Everett. is spend- ir.g a few days with Mrs. A. J. Bour- gette at her home on State street Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scliram, Miss Flora Bourgeois. Mr. Gee. Schram and Mr. and Mrs. O'Dea, composed a party that enjoyed the excursion to Victoria on Sunday last They report an enjoy- able time, but" on the retrn trip en- countered a little rough weather. Mrs. Thomas is on the sick list for the past few days. Miss Folra Bourgeoios is enjoying a vacation of two weeks. Mr. John F. McDonnell has accepted the posiUion of inspector of cement work ou streets. The Solemn Requiem Mass, celebrat- ed for the repose of the soul of Pope Leo XIII. was very impressive and well attended, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brennan and the Misses Brennan are spending a couple of weeks at Prospect Beach. Miss Howley, of Seattle, is the guest of Mrs. R. W. Sapp. Mrs. Thomilson is ill at the General Hospital. Mrs. Trotter and children, of Spo- kane, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Carr at her apartments in the Sanborn block. The lawn social given at the resi- dence of Mrs. R, W. Sapp, under the auspices of the Alter Society, was one of the pleasantest affairs of the season. The lawn was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanters, palms and bunt- ing. and presented a handsome appear- ance. An informal program was rend- ered from the porch, consisting of In- strumental and vocal music. Eight youngladies, dressed in white, attended to the tables is-steadily increasing. St. Paul court g Address of Welcome, Phil McArdle. was the second court organized 111 the state and its organization was brought Growth of the Order in tim North- about by Brother J. L. Flanagan who west, J. F. Sullivan. had removed to that city from Moats- Progress of the Order on the Pacific na where hewas a member of the of the Coast, J. C. Ford. )rder. The members are a very soot- Our Junior Council, W. H. Dunphy. bla lot of goodfellows who never al- Our Sister State, B. L. Norden. Low an opportunity to pass when they Fraternity, Jas. T. Lawler. may have what might be called a Interspersing this program were 'good time." In fact if the opportu- several instrumental and vocal hum- nity does not presen itself they have bets of rare uxeellenoe. Monday was the happy faculty of making one. spent in sightseeing. It is likely that sm or the Order and tle membership kane Council. / A neat sum was realized for the treasury. Knights of Columbus,C. P. Conno)ly .... BUCKLEY. Each year the court gives a picnic the Montana degree team will have Seattle Council is once moe called which is attended by the members'and charge of the third degree when the upon to don mourning for the loss ota their lady and gentlemen Iriends, and local conncil holds the initiation dur- w(rthy and highly esteemed brother each succeeding event has been a ing the coming month. It is also prob. and offcer. Brother Theodore J. Edtl, greater success than the preceding one, able that a council will be instituted our secretary for the first half of this while all the time the court grows in in Tacoma soon. year, passed to his reward a week ago popularity. The picnic for this yearN this morning at the home of his pa. was given on July 261h and included RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. rents in Taooha. Brother Edtl was a an excursion as well At 8 o'clock in most faithful member and never missed the morning Great Northern train left a meetihg if it was possible for him to the statiou with about 400 people on At a meeting of Sacred Heart attend. He was industrious, sober and board. After a short run the train Branch 796 of the Ladies Catholic tzuthful and an example for young stopped at Loon Lake and here the Benevolent Association, the following men to follow in the practice of tell- merry throng spent a' pleasan day, resolutions were adopted: horoughly enjoying the program of Whereas, it has pleased Almighty glen. Not only his associates in the Y. M. games and amusements arranged by God in His infinite wisdom and love 1. bat his acquaintances all extend the eommitt'ees. All were landed safe- to call to himself the beloved mother their sympathy to the bereaved and ly in the city again at 9 p. m. tired of our Sister Miss Mary Regan, be it .. mourning parents an4 brothers and sis- and happy, more than pleased with Resolved by the members of Branch ters of Tacoma. Thefuneral took place their day's outing and throughly saris- 796 Ladies 0atholio Benevolent Asso- from St. Leo's church, Tacoma, last fled that the Forest.ors know how to 0fatten in meeting assembled that we Sunday, at 8:80 a.m. A number o.f conduct an excursion and picnic. A hereby tender to our sister and her rel- friends from this city were in attend- bright particular star on the program our. most sincere sympathy in ance. was Stat Chief Ranger J. J. Daley. this their time of affliction, and tust Brother Daley went with th throng that our dear Lord in the love of His in the morning, enjoyed the ay im- Sacred Heart will give 'her strengtl The following officers were installed mensely and returned home in his pri- and courage to bear this double tial, in Seghers council for the ensuing rate-car vm the "hand-oar " route, and nonsolation in her hours of grief, He says it was nothing but ups and Be it further Resolved that a copy of these rose. term : Chaplain, R0v. Jos. oolaye; pres. ident, Frank Sere; 1st vice pros, W" B. Smith; 2d vice pres., Thos. Fahey; roe. seo'y S A. Bantly; fin. see'y, W. V. Baines; cot. see'y, H. J. O'Leary; Ttreas., Rev.Jos. Nioolaye; marshall, downs. Those m chage of the afair were: . Arrangements:J. A. Fulner, A.L. Tillisoh and Edw.Butler. SportsJ. J. Daley, Edw. Rowles and J. 5. Tracy. l Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry "Odd Things Not Found Elsewhere." Diamond Rings. Brooches and Pendants, in the newest - ,and most artistic mountings ; also mounted in eomblna'- tion with other l)r()clous stones. Gold', Silver, Gun Metal and Enamel wATCHES for men, women and children--all perfect lhuel )leces. Unique Novelties' in Sterl|ng Silver, Bronze, Leather. 'riffs showing Is consl)lcuous for the exclusiveness of the pieces exhiblted, many of which wiii be found no- where else. \\; Frisch Bros., JEWELERS AND DIAMONI) MERCHANTS 720 FIRST AVb]., SEATTLE. lutions be spread upon the records, one Sent to the family and one to the Catholic Progress Ior publication. CATHERINE T. MEISINGER, Roe. Branch 796, L. C. B. A. RESOLUTIONS. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, In his infinite wisdom, to call to her etexnal reward, Sister May Re- jan valued member of Star of the Sea Court 510, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters; and Wlmreas, We realize with sorrow the loss ssutained by the family of Sister Regan, in the death of their beloved mother; now, therefore, be it Resolved, by Star of the Sea court, No. 510 that we extend to the family I of Sister Regan our sincerest sympa- LEAHY BROS 1411 SECOND AVENUE. ., III Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harrington and daughter, Miss Josie, are visiting in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. MeHugh and sons Charley and Basil spent last week in 1212 Second Ave Between Seneca & University 4* Telephone Main 272 00The Homer M. Hill publishing C0.00 Commercial Printers 504.5 Pacific I ck 1111''"1;111111,11... E,N, BROOKS&CO H00(TTERS & MEN'S FURNISHERS 1831 SECOND AVE, Arcade Blk: ;#;#4"''..,,' HARTLAUB'S GENUINE . BREAD. BRAND For Sale by the leading Grocers C. M. PessemJet SPECIALIST IN FOOTWEAR 912 Second Ave. Seattle. Wn. ,T.  McGraw. Oeo. B. KI.* REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE ,O0 ' Bley Bufldi. SEATTL]. WN D. McGOVEN, Telephone Blue 341. Office Rr ot ItALLIDIE.6EN$1tAW-BULKLEY Co, 315 2ub So $eesser Co J. L. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAGE. SEATTLE, WASH. sPOKANE, WASH. SpokaneSt Paul Court No. 780: Charles F Schattner, O R; A L Til- liseh R Se0,1423 Mission Ave; Meets 1st and 8rd Thursdays. "tACOMA, WASH. Tacoma--Olympic Court No 928: HPHealy, G R; CMGavanaugh, R Sec, 149l, So I St; Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays. Uniontown--St Josepl Gour No 553 H WHoefer, GR; JnoJ Greif, RSec Whatcom--Bellinglmm (3our No . o E---,,,! A o E ATHLETIC PARK Baseball Pacifc National League. JUNE I7, I8, I9, 20. 2I and 2 LOS ANGELES vs SEATTLE R. SARTORI & C0. Importers and Dealers in High-Grade WINES - AND - LIQUORS 115 James Street. 114 Yesler Wa, SEATTLE, WASH. 1241: F J Piokel, O R; Thomas Leon'- John C Stuart ard, R Sec; Meets 2nd and 4th Tues. Board of Trade Liquor Co i l Vancouver, B CDurieu curt No 886: F A MePhillips, C R; P Hart- ney, R See SEATTLE, WASH. Nesqua]ly Court No. ll41--W. B. Jenkins, G.R.; A. J. Bookmyer, R. S ; J. P. Foley, Fin. See,1828 Ninth WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FOREIGN WINES LIQUORS AND CIGAR 121 SECOND AVE. SEATTLE, Tacoma. [Ave Meets iuElks' Hall on 1st, and Bicy Miss Margarett MoNeff of Puyallup I 3rd Monday evenings at 8:15" cle Bargains is the guest of lisses Mamie and Ag- ] nes MeHugh Mrs Ol " L sue is cam-in- at / Sta of the Sea Court Np, 51c--Mrs. ms. eve q P g ' , /Mar aret Graves G R , Miss Bella Stone s Landing. g ' " "" CATH PROGRESS REID 8-6 Mrs. RoeandhttledaughterofOrtinglO'Keef' Rec. See.; Mrs. Belle Mur- l'om four to five months of the are guests of Mrs. Charles Harkins. I ph, Fin See. Meets on 2nd and 4th best riding reason of the year are be- Mrs. John McAvoy is in St. Jo-]Mondays in St. Francis Hall, 6th and fore you. Avail yourself of the op- seph's Hos ital having her hand treat- / Spring St. portunity of reaping a rich harvest by ) ed. She had hr band badly injured] saving from $10 to $20 on a high-grade t St Mar's CourtNo 551Mrs Ma- re a mangle at Vashon college las U Y . . bicycle. The bicycles are the best |ry A. Gummings, G.R.; Mrs. Addle the market offards. They have each winter. Miss Mararett MeNeff of Puyallup Collins, R . S. ; Mrs. Rosa Breen, Fin. succeeding year increased iu quantity and Miss MoHugh were Wilkeson vis- See. Meets on 2nd and 4th Friday and quality. They are well and favor- itors Monday. The Baoklcy nine met the Kent team on the diamond he:e last Sunday and defeated them by a score of seven to six. EVERETi. EVERETT COMMUNICATION ..... Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rice and daugh- ter Maggie, returned from a month's outing at Lake Chelan. Mrs. Hayes, who spent the last year in Everett, returned to her home near Wenatchee. Mrs. Margaret McDade and nelce Miss King, of Minneapolis, are enjoy- ing an outing at Baring. Mrs. Ryans, of Seattle, was the guest ef Miss Kelly over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. Duffy, and family have arrived in Everett from Spokane, to male their home for the present. They are residing at the home of Mrs. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Keane. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. carney have moved to Fairhaven for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Moller and Mr. and Mrs. Dockendorf returned last evening from a fishing trip on the ,ooksack river. Miss Costello of Seattle, was the guest of Mr. aml Mrs. Win. Gostello Rucker over last Sunday. Miss Regina Deirtnger has returned to her home in'Buckley after spending a week' with Mr. and Mrs. Knowles on California street. Mrs. P Bast and chihlren are visit- ing friends in Snohomish this week. evenings in St. Mary's Hall, 20th and ably known in this vicinity. Jackson. L. C. B. A. Branch No. 976 --President Mrs. atherine Welsh ; Recorder, Mrs. :atherine Meissinger; Fin. See., Miss Mary Regan. Meets at Sacred Heart Hall on 1st and 8rd Fridays. Division No. 1, A. O. H. County Pres., P. Fitzpatrick; president, P. J. O'Casey; recording secretary, E. J. MoGarrigle ; financial se.oretary, M. Harrington. , Meets second and iourth Sundays at 8 p. m. at Father Prefon- taine's Hall, They are prizes, every one of them Make ar- rangements for one now. 80 Crawford bicycles .......... $16.6@ ;40 and $50 Holland bicycle .... $28.80 f35 Yale bicycles .............. $25.00 50 Yale, cushion framebicycles $85.00. $55 Wolff-American Racers ..... $35.0{) $55 Wolff..American Cushion Frames ..................... $40.0@ [. M. SPINNING 1810 Second Ave. LISTEN Wo Wnnt Your Ilru! Trnde. CLOSSON & KELLY (ELATERITE IS MINERAl. RUBBER) Sold on i,s Mer, ts ELATERITE ROO[ING Always Gn,rantee00' You may iutend building or find it neoes- sary to replace a worn out roof. It will pay you to investigate. Prices, .. Samples an,t References. write THE ELATERITE ROOFINGO. WORCESTEr; Seattle ARCADEBLDG. Spokane: Portland, Or. . I