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I L THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS :2 / News o[ the City and the State. I S[_AITL[ COLLEGE NOTES. [Prince Edward's Island spent a week I with Row Father O'Brien of Everett and passed through the city this week Father Bxown and Mr. Sauer return-]o n his way to Portland..':; ed from Spoka.e during the week. ="iVi';[.2-,'.-. ........ . ... I d . los. 15. 13oyle is Spellfllllg lllfl Tile rest of the faoulty are expeetea I vacation with relatives and friends in by the middle August. [San Franeisoo...Z,.:: .... . - ...=-:r... " -  '- .- Prepar:tlons are being made for a[ ;.Mlss Nelhe Russell,e]ltertained in busy year at the college. Students honor of Miss Judson of Spokane at of last year are invited to call with [her home on Fourth avenue last Fri- . . ay evening. Therewere present the thmr friends and meet faces new ann Misses Drew, Judson, Russell, Sartori old now to be seen abbut the oollege and Gontz. Messrs. Dr. Buekley, Dr. grounds, Hoye, T. H. Comerford and Jas. T. Dr. Walsh, of New York of whom bawler.  ...... ;: i%' mention is made on another page, paid i Mlss Vera Lawn, one of the most accomplished musicians of the city of a short visit on Tuesday to the his Baltimore, arrived in the oity this friends among the Jesuit Fathers. week to spend her vacation as the IMMACULA TE CONCEPTION CHURCH. The Forty Hours' Devotion, which was held ou Sunday, Monday and Tuesday last, was very well attended. The altars were beautifully decorated for the occasion, and tile music was of a nature to add to the solemnity of this touching devotion to Our Lord in the sacrament of His love. The sermons were preached by Fa- thers Trivelli and Filippi. A great number approached the holy table on each of the three days. OUR LADY OF GOOD HEI P PARISH. 2CATH PROG --8-6 ........ HEAD The second monthly social was given by the ladies o fthe Altar Society last Tuesday evening. The attendance of ladies was very good. The gentlemen were not so much in evidence because the Untfed Irish Societies had invited their friends to hear the Hen. John F. Finnerty at the Grand Opera House. A good informal program was rendered and a good social time was enjoyed by all. Ice cream and cake in great abundance made it a fast as well as a social. Cigars of the finest quality are always furnished by the fair vender who has established a lasting friendship with the lovers of the weed. All should remember that the first Friday is regularly observed in this parish at the morning mass and the evening devotions. CITY NEWS. Among the arrivals in the city dur- ing the past week was Mr: P J. Man. ning who is on his way from Ireland to join his uncle in Dawson. While in the city Mr. Manning was the guest of J. P, McNamee. Mr. H. P. Healy ,a popular mer- chant of Tacoma was in the city last Friday the guest of Mr. H. Ha-son. Mr. Arthur Dubuo who was former- ly located in this city but who has for several years been connected with the well-known church goods house of Gallagher Bros. ot San Francisco, has been in the city the past week renewing acquaintances with his many friends. Mr Dubue is accompanied on his trip to the Sound by two young gentlemen fro,- San Mateo,Cal, Messrs. Wm. and George. Rapp Rev. Father A. A. Sinnott from MRS. ANNA G. BOYLE, Teacher of Piano Forte Studio an The World's Best No better evidence can be offered than the remarkable in- crease in the eonsumptmn of CRESCENT BAKING POWDER in recent years Wherever introduced it is universal- ly accepted. One Pound 2Jots, with a Coupon. Joseph Herkenrath, the efficient guest of her brother, Mr. James, P. shoe salesman for C. M. Pessemier, Lavin, U. S, Emigrant Inspector of had a few days' vacation this week. this port. Miss Lavin is stopping at He attended a wedding in Olympia. the Lincoln. There Is a date approaching that all The reason why DIAMOND ICE is should keep in mind. It is the 17th preferred by all ice consumers is that of August. On that date the Apron it is a plate ice without a core in it, social begins at Sacred Heart hall There will be bargains and fun. People who us, DIAMOND'ICE Coupon books save twenty-five per Gent on their ice bills. Hence it melts slower and lasts longer Miss Minnie Marshall has returned from New York where she spent the last month. She was delighted with her trip and greatly enjoyed the sights of the great metropolis. St. Patrick's cathedral came In for its full share of admiration. Last Sunday a luncheon was served at Camp Siwash, Alki Point, by Miss Dubbs. Her guests were her mother, Mrs. Dubbs, Miss Vevett, Miss Bailey, Miss Jennie O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Garrick and children. Mrs. J. T. Garrick and children and Miss Jennie O'Brien went to Hunter's Point last Monday morning where they will spend the month of August. Get ready for the Orphan's Picnic which will be held at one of the most charming spots known to pleasure- seekers. Last Tuesday a number of the mem- bers of the Knights of Columbus and s.veral intimate friends entertained CARD OF THANKS. The family of Mrs. Mary Regan whose funeral took place last week wish to return their thanks to the kinc friends who helped them bear the great loss, and who did so much to render the burial less distressing. The ladies of Star of the Sea Court, and the ladies of St. Mary's Court, Woman's Catholic Order of Foresters, are re- membered with great gratlt'ude, by the sons and daughters of Mrs. Mary Regan. FUNERALS. Last Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock the funeral of Mrs. Anthony Droege took place from the Church of Our Lady of Good Help. Mrs Droegewas 56 years of age and had lived in this city for some time. The funeral was r in charge of Collins Brothe's. Dennis J. McCarthy, 34 years of age, died at Providence Hospital on the 29th of July from Spinal meningitis. He was a single man and made his home with tfis sister at 615 Thomas street. Mrs. MeKay, a sister, and a hrother came from Whiteall, Mont., to attend the funeral which was held from tim acred Heart church at 10 o'clock Friday morning. Inteimeut was made under the direction of CoL lins Brothers in Calvary cemetery. Dr. Walsh, of New York, at dinn at the Royal. Dr. Walsh is one of the most noted Catholic laymen of the United States and has just dehvered a course of lectures at the Western Catholic Summer Sehool, at St. Paul. He left Tuesday afternoon for Everetl where he has eonsiderable property. Speaking of Dr. Walsh The Cham- plain Educator says: James J. Wklsh, M. D., Pb. D., LL. D., was born in Archibala, Pc., in the year 1865. He was graduated from St. John's College, Fordham, New York, in 1884, and received the de- gree of A.M. in course in 1885. For some years he devoted himself to var- ious studies, acquiring, among other things, a remarkable mastery of lang- uages. In 1890 he entered the medical college of the University of Pennsyl- vania and completed the four years' course in t'wo years. He then gave special attention to hygiene, bacteri- ology, and embryology. After a year of hospital experience he went abroad and studied for three years in Paris Berlin, and Vienna. Ou returning to America he begax the practice of medicine in New York. He was appointed lecture on General Medicine af the Polyclinic Hospital and School for Graduates tn Medicine and is assistant editor of the Medical TACOMA ..... Miss Gertrude Bagley, of Chicago, Is visiting her father, J. B. Bagley, general manager of the Tacoma East- ern Railroad. Miss Maude Mackay and Miss Eliza- beth Ellington left last Saturday, for Seattle, where they will Join a party to go to the sea shore. Mrs. Henry Harkins has gone oh a visit to her friends at Portland. Mr. A. J. Bookmyer and C. M. Pease- refer, of Seattle, were in the city last Sunday attending the funeral of T. J. Edtl, which took place at St. LeG's Church at 8:30 a. m. Mrs. M. Mackay and daughters en- tertained at dinner Thursday evening wa:s ,;ung at St. J.co's Church by the We Selling Rev. P. F. Hylebos, V. G., for the re- are pose of the soul of the laLe Pontiff, L(';I iXJ II: Mackay' f Stillwater' Mhm" 0 ;:JaMr::.eE.lW:rgduWt:Shc'ffMDTbEqU;' ' l F O R D S Walsh, and will remain in the city fern month or so. Mrs. Edward Walsh,  PT v :though of the same name, "is, how- XI. J. ever, no relative of Mr. E. J. Walsh. Mr. Harry Crosby has gone east to attend as state delegate the national convention of C. O. F. at Dubuque, Iowa. Very Rev. C. Schreiner, O. S. B., of SOME GOOD BARGAINS Nassau, Bahama Islands, is now visit- ing this part of the world, and for the past week has been' stopping at St. The Jenkins Shoe Co. Martin's College, Midland. Father SECOND AVE & MARION Schreiner was once president of St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. While here he has had the pleasure df meeting Mr. E. J. Walsh, John M. 4 7 PIKE STREET OPTICAL C0 417 Boyle and James Garvey, who were EYES EXAMINED FREE at one time students at this uni. With , . versity, the latest " @ Instrumentknown to cud best science At a meeting held last Tuesday even- Ptk Street G A Lindauer Ing at the Donnelly Hotel by some between 4 & 5 Eye Specialist of our prominent Catholic men, pre- liminary steps were taken to organ- ize a branch of the Knights of Colum- bus in this city. Mr. John M. Boyle acted as chairman and Mr. German, or- ganizer, explained in a lucid and con- ?o e; %% [ vinclng manner the alms and purposes Gee 'of the Knights of Columbus. Every %%:0 :indication at present seems to point to the institution of a branch of the Knights in the near future in this WHATCOM ,.,o Mrs. T. Kserde.l left last Thursday on a business visit to San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Donovan and ..........., family returned last Saturday from .......... 7 ........... ,T Alaska, where they had been on a ] NEW BANK two weeks' pleasure trip. Miss Madeline Huguenln is making Branch of THE INTERNATIONAL BANK an extended visit in Sacramento, Cal- lfornia. Dr. J. J. Blake, Messrs. Edward and John Craney and Albert Bucher are prospective members of Bellingham Court C. O. F., the names of these gen- tlemen having been proposed for membership. Work on toe new annex of the Church of the Assumption is progress- ing favorably and when completed will add to the floor space about one-th which will make the seating capacity ample for some time to come. A new steam heating plant will be installed and the church lighted by electricity and many other improvements will be made. Conditions necessitated the bu!lding of a new church or putting a,large addition to the present struc- ture, as the parish has become so large that the present church is inade- quate. The pastor estimates the com- bined Catholic population of the two Bellingham Bay cities--Whatcom and Fairhaven--to be about 1,400, and the rapid influx to this prosperous section makes more room in our church im- perative. B. Mulvaney, the jeweler, has moved to Elk Street from Holly, where he has fltCed up one of the neatest stores in the city. Francis B. McParland, formerly a resident of this city, but lately of Ev- erett, where he holds a lucrative peel- AND TRUST CO. of AMERICA COST McCARTHY i DRY60ODS Avenue 8, Madison St. Head Office 64 Wall St., New York. Capital patd In Two Million Dollars. 1308 Second Ave. Walker Bldg. Seattle, Wash. M. D. Barnes, Otto Ottesen, Cashier. Manager. PaTs 4 per cent Interest on de- posits. Sell drafts and money orders on aq cities In Ireland, Great Brit- ain and the continent, and also Nome and other cities In Alaska A writing and reading room set apart for ladies. Has a Real Estatm and Rental Department. 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Apply at the Catho- lic Progress office. are up-to-date  When'It comes to The C. J. Kelly News of New York and of the Inter- national Clinics of Philadelphia. His knowledge of languages and broad gen- eral culture have naturally tended to give him a comprehensive view and a broad grasp of literary and historical as well as scientific subjects. He has used this unusual mental equipment in trying to bring before Catholics, in his literary and historical work, some o fthe records of greatness that belong to the Church, but have been obscured in the minds of English speaking Catholics, at leasg, by cer)tur- ies of unfair and indifferent literature --a literature hot too much to be blam- ed, because it could, i ntruth, say noth- ing good of Catholics withou(: reflect- ing on the causes of its own existence. 'Ihis he has done by showing that great achievements do not flourish in isolated independence, and that the great achievements do not flourish in isolated independence, and that the great cathedrals of a kindred great- ness in all that pertains to the pro- gress and we,are of humanity. I)r. Walsh has lectured for four suc- cessive seasons, previous to the pres- ent, on biology and scientific sub- jects at the Champlain Summer School at Cliff Haven. He has tried to do justice to the Catholic scientists, who stand for the epoch-making scientific work of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in a series of biographical monographs which include Laennec, SchwamL Morgagnl, Johann Muller, Lamar.k, Bernard, and Pasteur. GOING EAST? If so, don't fail to call at Oregon R. R. and Nay. Co.'s office, 618 First Ajrenue. Rates always the lowest; quick time; beautiful scenery, and the best Of everything. Tickets.good via most direct route or via Salt Lake or Denver. Two overland trains daily. E. E. ELLIS, Gen. Agent. for Miss Bagley, of Chicago. Covers were laid for eight. Miss Juanita Lynam, who had a se- rious attack of appendicitis, has re- covered without the necessity of an operation. Rev. Father Barry, once an assistant tlon with a foundry company of the Smokestack city, was tn the city sev- eral days lasf week visiting friends and relatives and looking after some matters of business. Mr. McParland returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: Thomas Leonard and family spent Sunday after 10 o'clock at St. LeG's Church, and afterwards a.m. very pleasantly atWhatcomCreek pastor at Goldendale, Wash., has re-. falls, returning home in the evening. signednd uo etothat fPeor  -frm the diocese of Nesqually Local Agent McGinnls, of the New a MissncatharineManlyia'o;1;ienom i York Life Insurance Company, paid te ' " Mrs. Lewis Mayhew last Friday $2,000, nee, Wis, is expected in Tacoma short- ......... , i the amount her lat'e husband was in- Jy ann wlh ee one gues or her relative,, .................... Mrs M J Giblin sureu [or in l;Ulu company. t wn ue  .,' ' - " ..... i remembered that Mr. Mayhew was RtR:;: ETj:%m;tj::atth;nCh:i;:d boIdrwned in BeIllngham Bay ou Sun- ..... s .... , ]day, May 31, while out with a pleas- toe tm ttoaryast childrenYwereconflrmed.Unoa, mnety ure party, when Mr. Mayhew fell overboard, and being unable to swim, Last Frhlay, July 31, Requiem Mass PROFESSOR MORalE'S Modem Academy and Business College, Day and night sohool all year ronnd. 110[Fourth and Yosler Way. Americaa Savings Bank t - & Tr.st Co. - - Cor. Second and Madison. Capital Stock, $200,000.00 We Pay 4 Per Cent. on Deposits, DIRECTORS : Jas A. Mu,'ray. President, Banker, Butte, Montana. Jas. P. Gleasoon, Vice President and Manager. M. M. Murray, C'shler. Michael Earles Pre. Puget Saw Mill Co.,'Falrhaven. " Sound Robert J. Tobln, Treas. Hibernia Sav- Ing & Loan Society, San Francisco. W. D. McCarthy, Pres. McCarthy Dry Goods Co Frank McDermott, Treas. Ben Marche. J. J'. 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The picnickers were well provided for in the way of well- filled lunch baskets, fishing tackle and other good things, which ciused the time to pass away quickly, the party returning home in the evening. Edward Gllligan, one of the popu- lar clerks of the Whatcom postoffice, lef on Monday for Nooks'ack Falls, where he will remain several days on Iowa Butter Store C A T H 0 L Fresh, Dary  " Per  n A A m A BUTTER ,OC Lb. IUUUK s,4 00ND. AV00. IN00'00,ON00,0,O il 7- It, ll largest Stockill I INtheCity0fPrayer00 Books Rosaries, : FT[sT'c!F/mG : [61, FIRST AVENUe 0 . _ BLANK BOOKS |'Z::':':"" "'-":___ _____ Denny.Coryell Co, 716 Hrst Ave  I -. " ". ".,," " " ," " " "-" ,'L .... " l:laterite 8 Arcade. oofngCo. Seattle Academy of the Visitation IO. H. P. La Farge.00 i Real Estate & Insurance Corner Eighteenth & Yakima Ayes  TAOOAIA, WASH. '  ,Resident Agent of the Under the direction of the Sis-I A00,ance Assurance Co. THE J;r;:JJhFe6VsI::2OLAS '  Rentals, Management=of [Estates,,  " : I Purohase and Sale of Real Estate TIe YEAR opens September let. / oR:2::?::l?illd 2yp:IiJ:. Academic, / 343 AIoade Bld- -=- Seattle ' " I" 1 tory depart- 5 ' ,WnFI ments. Looatmn healthy and pleas- " ant. Tl)orough mental trainin and general culture. For particulars address, M()THER SUPERIOR a hunting and fishing expedition. Jacob Matz, the pioneer farmer of Ferndale, was in the city during the week. Mr. md Mrs. Frank McParland have sold their ranch ili Laurel and have moved into the city, where they have purchased a new home. At the last meeting of Assumption Court No. 541, Women's Catholic ,Or- der of Foresters, the ladies voted to donate $100 towards paying for a me- morial window of the Assumption in the parish church, and at the last meeting of Bellingham Court No. 1241, C. O. F.I, the gentlemen voted also fe donate $100 for the same purpd.., They evidently thought the ladies were getting ahead of them. TELL THEl YOU SAW IT IN THE OATHOLIO_'PROGRESS. !:%:: - ._2 .....