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iF:/ ;T I :!ii:!: : ii  News of the City and the State. ST. MARY&apos;S PARISH. The collections ms(is hy Mrs. C. MeArdle for tile I)enefi of St. Mary's parish are as follows:- Seattle Brewing and Malting Co., $300.00; E. Sweeney, $50.00; R. Madden, $5.00 ; W. Potts, $1.00 ; Win. MeArdle, $12.00. Total $268.00 Amount l)reviously reported : 301.20 Total to date $5(;9.20 ...................... On Tuesday morning Mrs. Win. Mc- Ardle received ,'t telegram announcing the death of her beloved father, Mr. John Rice ,at his home in Mimmapolis. i Mr. Dice was eighty-one years of age and one of the city's oldest and nmst respected citizens. Mrs. lIeArdle who is convalescent after a serious ill- ness, was advised by her physician not to undertake teh trip home. Father E. Kauten returned from his Alaskan trip much improved generally. Mr. J. J. Daisy of Spokane, State Chief Ranger of the C. O. F., was in the city Thursday calling on friends. Iu view of the startling stories re- cently circulated regarding the de. meaner of the young King of Spain toward his nmther and others aboul his court, since his attaimnent of mu- jority, the following lucid(mr, as seen in lmblie, may ])elp the reader to es- timate the value of mueh of our mid- sunlnler liewsl)aper literature: Kiag Alfonso, while coming down the steps of the l)ala(.e with his mother aud sister to go out driving, caught sight of a l)riest, who, preceded by an acolyte, was bearing the last sacra- meut to same dying 1)o1'8o11. ,,,s seer US the royal l)arty reached the mops the King hustily dis!retched an oiticer ,.to request the 1)riest to take 1.is seat in t31 eurriage. He knelt until this had fi[<,!e, the Quw_W"rd the gentlemen and lus- ffi attendmwe following his examl)le. Thereul)on the King gave directions that the car- riage should proceed at a foot pace to the house to whcih, the priest was bound, and himself with his gcnthuncn followed bareheaded behind it nntil the sacramouts had reached their des- tination. Those who preserve their veneration for religiou are hardly likely to copy our manners here in the matter of fill al respect and obedienee.--Standard and Times. Rev. Father F. L. Odenbach, S. J, of Cleveland, has invented a device, which, it is said, will detect lightning at a distance of 100 miles and acenrate- ly foretell its approach. Bishop Mo- Golriok is very much interested in it and through his efforts Professor Wil- lis L. Moore, chief of the Weather Bureau, will experiment with the new device at the new observatory to be erected in Duluth. : One wearies of all but God, who never wearies of those who love him. The salvation of one soul is of more mlue than the conquest of an eml)ire, To some base miuds the sight of gels I more alluring than a beautiful sun- et or the prospeet of Heaven. COURS GRADUES DE FRANCAIS. French conversation taught speedily and grammatically with pures pro- nunoiation. Classes for adults and children. Private lessons commenc- ing September 1st. Mademoiselle A. E. Henault, A graduate irom "Pensionnat St. Chm'les, ' ' Paris. 701 Boron Ave. Cor. Cherry St. Phone White 43. FOB LEASE. A 50 Room Hotel, just being fin- ished, at Smith's Cove, near the new (}as Works and the Caret Northern Docks. Apply of Mr. John O'Leary, 1006 First Avenue. SEATTLE COLLEGE NOTES" His Lordshil} , Eishol()'l)ca, dined with the fathersa Il)( (' liege Sunday, .:\\; ugu St lOth. l{ev. Father Mulconry, S. J., o)1 the same day left for (hicago, wonderfully pleased with his visi to Seattle and the Northwest. May we 1)e again blessed with a mission from his Rev- erence and ],'athcr t)'(2onnor before ninny years. The Physical Culture class is doing well. Hand ball scores will be pub- lished next week. The feast of tim Assumption of th( Blessed Virgin Mary was celebrated with great devotion in the hmnacu- late Concepion church. The sermon at the 10:30 High Mass was preached by Rev. Father Mahoney. In the athletic games at the 1)ionic of the Saint John Berchmans' Sanctuary Society, on Thursday, August 7, the prizes were won I)y Harvey Pettit, Philip MeNamee and John Rosenburg, who held resl)ectively first, second and third 1)lace.. The contest for honors was close and exciting. The high jumpand string-chewing were hotly contest(d. The feast of St. ,Tohn Berchumns, patron of altar-boys, was (,elebrated on Wednesday, August 13th. CITY NEWS. Madmmiselle Hemmlt, whose ad- vertisement us a teacher of the French hmguage, apl)ears in our eollnnns has already given pr.oo c,f ..'iperior ability In h, 31 c /L..'. , of work and has the best wishes of friends for her continued SllCCiNS. Miss Nora Connell spent Sunday with friends in Taeon)a. T. J. Ivers was in Tacoma Sunday. Miss Katherine Dolan returned last week from a three weeks' visit with friends in San Francisco. Mrs. E. Emerson and two daughters of O'Brien made this ofllee a call this week. Rev. Father Metz' house is now ready for occupancy, so far as the structure is concerned. It awaits the farnishiug to make it a home. This will lie attended to as rapidly as cir- cumstances wid permit. The faculty of Seattle College have nearly nil returned from their vaca- tion. New interest will center in the flew men and new classes and llCW ap- pliances and equipments. The in- structors of last year will be part of the faculty this year. 't Last Thursday evening a pleasant launch party spent a few hours on Lake Washington. The party was in charge of Captain Bramgau who was quite as successful as on other occa- sions. The medical staff of the soci- ety, Dr Buckley, assisted iu the gen- eral managemaent. The ladies sur- prised the gentlemen by serving a lunch when the trip was over. Those present were: Dr. Hoye, Dr. Bucldey. Mr. Marion, T. It Comerford, E. Rus- sell, Mr. McNerney, S. V. Carey, P. J. Sullivan and Jas, Bramfigan; Miss- es Sartori, Russell, Lynch, the Misses Reynolds and Drew, iiss Smith, Miss Dyer and Mrs. P. J. Sullivan. Miss Georgia Cart, of San Francis- co, is visiting her cousin, Miss Ad- rio,me Langer in this city. Miss-Carr will remain here for some time. Rev. Father Wolfgang, O. S. B., of St. Martin's College, nmdea short vis- it to Seattle this week. He_'is very en- Hmsiastio over the past success and future l)rospects of his school and well - - deserves eneauragement in the work. t $91 Miss Catharine Langmn, Miss Ella Phone 3ames .1. .. Hurley, Miss Cora Abell and Miss .If/' 'bt .. Bail, of Peoria, will leave the city to- j mot.roar morning for Victoria, where  they will remain a (lay and then pro-  seed to their homes. (. Printinq. and i) .ti! Stationer(. 11 Printing T" Binding Ruling Blank Books ngraving rJtgogMvur 8 and 86 asbtnaton Street Seattle ,qt. M.trtia's College at, Lacey, Wash., will begin its eighth year in Septem- ber It has steadily built up lill it stands as one of tlle best known board- lug schools in the state. The college has a Preparatory, a full English, a commercial and a college course of study. The school is situated on a sec- tion of land thus affordiag aml)le range for reerea.tion and spors. For wiuter there is ample provision for in- door sports and game. v TH,- AFHOLIC PROGRESS. Egg and Phosphate. :\\;:;k Yotlr (i]l'oc, el'. CRESCENT MANUFACTIIRING COMPANY EVERETT. Mrs,..I.F. Yuncker is camping at thqmal'l,)w beach. Mrs. ,l. F. Murl)hy spot]i: a few (hlys with her h)st week. Mr. l;:ug(qw Mohh,r is now in t'ht' -mpl,y of the Paluee Grocery (!o., l)e- ing their city solicitor. Mrs. M. N. Costello returned lasl Wednesday after enjoying a week's visit io Seattle with friends. Miss Kachrs"n Keane raturned last week after a visit with Mount Vernon friends. After the regular meeting of iV. C . O.F. htst Weduesday afternoon, Mrs. Baur entertaiaed the lady Foresters and their friends in tlu banlmet room of tl)e hull. A very enjoyable time was had 111111 CFOaIII elll,:l!, etc.., were served by the hostess. Mrs. John Duflinl)acher ,.u,l rarely are sojourning at Madi.on leer S]a'ings. Miss Emma Lurley, who is teaching summer school fit Machias, is in the city vial ins frel)ds. The ohlest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bell is serouly ill with typhoid foyer. _ ........ Mrs. N. Murl)hy a mi little daugh- ter, of (;nuld l;'orks, Dakotu, are the guests of 3Ir. "tad Mrs. Lorey, (Jolhy avellue. $ $ Rev. Father ()'Brien, formerly of Snohomish, is now located at Everett and assumed his duties on Suuday. Rev. Father Clussens returued on Saturday from St. Martin's, College, Lacy, Wash., where he was on retreat. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Georig and. son returned on Saturday from Portland and vicinity where they have been vistiug for the past two weeks. $ * Mr. E. J. Lane spent Sunday in the city with his family and returned to Woodhmd Monday. Miss Waits, of Tacoma, returned to her home last Wednesday, after spend- ingthe week as guest of Mrs. E. J. Lane, Hoyt avenue. Mr. John Kerm was a Seattle visitor yesterday. Miss Kathryn Larkiu, one of the teachers iu the, public schools of this city, returned from an outiug at West- port Beach, where she was the guest of Mrs. Donne. Mr. and Mrs. George Feudner will' leave Wednesday for a trip into the mountians. They will join a party at ]()R MEN and WOMEN,' :I. BEST EVER SOLO in SEATTLE.!00 Mr. ,loire M 13oylo is b'mk in his I . "1=, , , , , , ' [ ,,.iceagai,,af00erav,,ryagreeablotimel./ne JellKIilS , I I IJ0.00l spent at Bucklcy alld the surrounding  ........  [ "  519 Second Ave., near James St. ;I OUlltry. , __ [. We do all kinds of repairing. '-!'| , i ,.. o, llt County Ch,rk of Pierce County, is ont [ for the nomination of County Sheriff. tnan and the other officers who have I He feels]confident that he wilt be chos- charge of this work, for the able man- / en for that ottice by the Pierce County ner in which it is conducted. During | Republicans convention to be held iu ,the last, ,.six months this, soeiet, y has [Shortest this city Ang. 15. largely inereased its membership and ! Father Alex. DeMalschc sang high mass at St. Leo's church last Sunady. He is the cousin of Father Moons, who was formerly an assistant at St. Leo's. ]father DeMalsche is now pas- tor of Tokes, Wash. Father William Amsehwand, for two rears assistant of St. Leo'S, but now )astor of Pomeroy and vicinity, was :he guest of Father Hylehos several days prior to going to Woodhmd to at- "tend the retreat given to the priests of the diocese. Father Amschwa.ml visited his friends in Tacoma, who were glad to set, him. He says he likes the climate of eastern Washington much better than that of the coast. He expects to go to Europe next year. Mr. Ifenry La Bounty was (n)e of the exeursi(mists that visited Alaska on the Stean)er Garonne. Tie says t])at he e)ljOye, d L]ie -ITip very much aud has sonic fine l)hotos, which he took on the way. Sister Zachary, SUllerior of the llUrS- es and training school at St. Joseph's Ho.l)ital, hSs returned to duty again after au absence of stone weeks. 'We clip the following from The Monitor, Saint Jolm, N. B. : "Mr. J. F. Murl)hy , dry goods mer- chant, of Tucoma, Washington,arrived Tuesday, and is registered at the Hotel Edward. Mr. Murphy, who has been out West twelve years, is being heartily welcomed by hosts of friends iu his native city." The nurses in the training school at bt. Joseph's Hospital expect to give a garden party on Aug. 20th for the benefitof the elevator fund. They are now soliciting everything that will tend to make the affair a success. These young ladies feel more than anyone else the urgent need of an ele- vator for the hospital, and are sparing no efforts to raise as much lnoney aS they can. Whilst they will do every- thing on their part, to make their gar- den party most agreeable to all who come, they feel that their success will depend on the financial assistance re- ceived from friends. So do not disap- point them as they are laboring for a noble purpose. A retreat is now being given to the Sisters of St. Dominic in old Tacoma by Rev. J. D. O'Brien, O. P., of Port- land, Oregon. August 15th the first vows will be takeu by seventeen nov- ices. This speaks well for this com- munity, which seems to be in a flou Snohomish. . ishing condition. * * * ' The home of Mr. Deunis Tiernoy Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Goerig left Tues- uow rejoices over the birth of a baby day morning with a eampiug party for I girl. Boardinaus]Oreok on E. M. C. &|B. R. " .... The Ladies Auxiliary of Division * * * "No 1, A. O. H. held their monthly Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins, formerly of meeting Monday eve, August 11. There was a large attendance and four new members were initiated. Under the new ritual the ceremony of initia- tion is very impressive and much ered- i is due their president, Mrs. M. Cole- Hotel Hopkius, have returned to the city and are building a hotel at the G. N. terminal point. TACOMA. Father A. Le Blauc is on a visit east. Father Anton Fisher is now visitiztg his paronrs in eastern Washington. He will be absent till the end of next week. Father }I. Flohr, pastor of Walls Wulla, was the guest of Very Rev. Father Hylebos, V. G. one day this week. Father J. E. O'Brien pastor of Snohomish, visited friends in Tacoma last week. ST. MARTIN'S COLLEGE LACEY, WASHINGTON. Boarding School for Boys -- Full Classical and Commercial Courses For Particulars Apply to REV. DIRECTOR, Est. 1895 St. Martin's College. Laeey, Wash. American Mvin0s Bank AND TRUST COMPANY Northeast corner Second Ave. and Madison. SEATTLE. Miss Rose Henriot is home again af- Capital Stock .... $200,000.00 4 per cent Interest paid on deposits. T, er It very l)]0Sallt visit to her old Suvlags Accol|nts received of $1.00 and home itt Cowlitz. Upwards. TItUSTEES. ,lAMES A MUI1RAY, lh.esldent. Miss.Georgia Greater has returned honte from her vacation aml is again MICIIAEL IVARI,ES. .J.C. FORI.. Clerk's w! I). McCART[1Y. FRAND Mcl I ILM O'I'T. at her desk in the County I .I. IIAGGERTY. JOHN W. ROIH,;IV['S. l'. (;I.I,'.ASON. W.V. LAWI.OR, otllo0. Vh.e, I'roMdent t'ashler, i their president is workhg hard to ntake it the leading auxiliary on the coast. W. C. O. F. TICKET TO ALL Points East VIA Resolutins ou the death of Mary ffane Hopkins. DAILY TRAINS ; PAST TIME ; SPJRVICE AND SCENItlRY UNI']QUALIAD. Whereas; Our Iteavculy Father in For Rates, I,'olders and Full lnformatlo His Divine wisdom has seen fit to visit 'regarding Eastern Trip. call on or address. S. G. ITERKES, A. II. C. I)ENNISTON, with Death the home of Sister Hop- c. l'. & T.A. G.w.P.A. kins and remove front the hal)py eircle 612 FIRST AVENUE. her beloved child,Mary, Be it SEATTLE, WASH. Resolved that we, the members of ............ Gem of the Ocean Court No. 511 ex- Tel. Black 1621. Sole Agency for Wheeler & Wilson tend to Sister Hopkins and family our Domestic sincere syml)athy in this her time of H. HANSON grief, Carry Supplies for all Makes of Ma. chines and Repair Them Promptly. That this exl)ression of" symt)athy 215 COLUMBIA STREET. . und love be tendered the bew'eaved SEATTLE. " ..... WASH. family, also sent to the Catholic Prog- - ............... ress. QUEEN CITY Conm, ittee: TEA AND COFFEE Co. ....... C'A RI%H., O'L]{;ARY LENAA . WALSH Noted for Pure SPICES A00NA 00Em00Y. F.J.GRIBBIN, Manager. 2131 First Avenue Telephone, Red 7425 WHATCOM. - ........ Nlchola St'hnllLt, 706 Lenora St. ....... J. R. Parker, norary public, resldeuce Mrs. Elizabeth Morin, recording llotel Vh'ginla. secretary of Assumption Court, no. PARKER & SCHMITT, 541, Women's Catholic Order of For- Lawyers and esters, conteml)httes moving to A.laska Proctors In Admiralty. next nlont]l to join her husband. Her Practice In all State and Federal Courts many friends wish her a safe trip and 412 PACIFIC BLK SEATTLE, WASlt hope that she will return with bm'rels of nuggets. Messrs. Hermse,t & Vansant opened COLUNS SH their new meat market ou Holly Sreet last Wednesday morniug. It will be known as the "Empire Market." Mr. Hermsen's friends are glad to see him established in business again. A new lady Forester arrived at the: _ home ofMr. andl,rs. Thonlas Glen on [RNSI BROS Eleventh Street, Fairhaven on August 12th. SCREEN DOORS---Oil Finished Harry McGartney has returned 2 ft 6 in. by 6 ft. .90 home from San Fruncisco. He has 2 ft. 8 in.by 6 ft. 8in. 1.00 accepted a position with the B. B. & 2 ft. 10 in. by 6ft. 10 iu. 1.10 Eastern Railroad. 3 ft. by 7 ft. 1.90 Mrs. Mary McNeil and Miss Eliza- 6ARDEN HOSE. beth MoNeill joined the campers on 50 ft. 2.50 Lummi Island last Wendesday. 50 ft. 8.50 50 ft. 4.00 Paul Ruell died Saturady afternoon 50 ft. Warranted 5.00 at the home of his sister, Mrs. Joseph 50 ft. ,, 6.50 Bernard, tenth'street, Fairhaven. De- 50 ft. ,, 7.0 ceased was 28 years of age. The fu- 506 Pike st. Phone John 2881 neral took place from the Church of the Assumption at 10 o'clock Monday and was largely attelded. 00COLUMBIA " Mrs. Dr. J. N. Kelly aud children UNIVERSITY are camping at Lake Whateom. , Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kinder have re- , BOARDING SCHOOL FOR ', turned from a few day's outing among  YOUNG MEN. ', -, their fl'iends in Glearbrook. . Finest situation on Pacific , Coast. Excellent faculty, ' The ladies of AssUm!tion Court,  Largestindooreollegeathlet-', Women's Court, Catholic Order of ? io fieldinthe world--over half Foresters are making arrangemenats J an acre under arched roof. to hold a picnic at Whatcom Falls on . ' Catalogue free. next Thursday, August 21st. " I Address *r Mrs. M J. Marsh has eompletelyre-and II rEV. M. A. OUINI_AN C.S.C. ooveredfrom herrecent illness [ ,  } her young baby will be one of the com- [ , University Park, Ore-on #b t: 8 mg Foresters. [ The Academy of ,,;:, the Holy Names on Broadway and. Mad- ison st. will reopen Sept. 3rd. Beside the regular course of study the Acade- my is equipped to teach Music, Paint- lug, Elocutiou' Ste- nography aud Type- writing. For pattie- Mars apply to Sister Superior. ACADEMY the HOLY NAMES. MADISON and BROADWAy. / Quickest Line 7" i 87. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOL|S, CHICAGO. AND ALL POINTS EAST Through Palace and Tourlat 81epe  Dining and B,-ffet Smoking LIbrar Car