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THE CATHOLIC PROGRRSS. The Catholic Societies. THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS is tlle OFFICIAL ORGAN of the Young Men's Institute, Northwestern Jurisdiction, and of the Catholic prder of Foresters, Washington State Court. YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTI Grand Officers, 1902--4. and President, rand Ohaplain, Orand First Vice-President, Grand Second Vic-President, Grand Secretary, Grand Treasurer, Grand Marshal, W. H. Weber, Walls Walls, Wash. Rev. M. Flohr, Walla Walls, Wash. Roy. J. A. Faust, Uniontown, Wash. M. D. MoSherry, Butte, Mont. B. A. Bantly, Victoria, B. C. F. W. Tierney, Walla Walls, Wash. W.H. Wallace, Spokane, Wash. Grand Directors. Chairman, John F. Smith Ks, loops, B.O. A.J. Bookmyer, Seattle; H. J. Haler, The Dalles, Ore. Astoria, Ore.; Astoria Council No. Ladysmith, B. O.; De,ors Council 106: President, Ohas. E. Foster; Roe. No. 154: President, Pat. Malone: See., Patrick Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th tee. see. John Ornlin; Fin. seosetary, Tuesdays in Oarnahan's hall. Ti:os. A. O' Oonnell. $ The Dailea, Ore.; The Danes Coun- Rossland, B. 0.: Rossland 1No. 545 oil No. 579: Pesident, H. J. Haler; President, E. O. Lockwood; tee. sec. P. J. Sullivan; fin. sec. R.J. . German. Spokane, Wash.; Spokane Council ' d;o ;  No. 73 : President, W.H. WaUace;xec. Geneses, I , St Aloysius Ooun- see. T. J. Smith; fin. see., H. Mahon. oil No. 505: President, Joseph Hasfur- , ther; rec. and fin. see. Roy. R.S. Walla Walls, Wash.; St. Michael's Council No. 809: President, Joseph Keyser. , , Oharrier; tee. sec. D. P. Hayes; fin. Victoria, B. 0.; Seghers Opneil sec. J. J. Wickham. O" g $ around us it was good .'to see the ab- sence of that tired expression too often to be noticed. They wore a smile. The Model.Electric laundry represents big capital, being the consolidation of two of the oldest establisbments in the city The Model laundry was founded zn 1888 and it prospered; and the Electric was first begun in the year 1890 and met with the same suc- cess The growth of business necessi- tated larger quarters so these two powers have consolidated and formed tile Model-Electric and secured a long term lease of a brick building at First avenue and Seneca wiere they occupy three floors and hae installed the most modern machinery When it is There is a long distance between the desire and the achievement; but, in the present temper of the Tories and the Rosebery wing of Liberalism, there is danger ahead for Ireland. Rosebery, to whom Gladstone once looked as bin successor in advocacy cf a large measure of political independ- ence for the Irish, has turned his back forever upon home rule, and the Nat- ionalists can not count upon him and his faction to do much in the way of resisting an attack upon Ireland's par- liamentary status. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER Are the months to visit the World's Fair and your Eastern home,and avail : yourself of low excursion rates. The remembered that[sixteen teams are Great Northern Railway affords a censtantly on hand and that first and cool= pleasant ride across the Cascade Senerca is one of tim most centrally and Rocky Mountains and along the located points in the city, it will be beautiful Mississippi,through the most seen that no other laundry can beat prosperous region of the middle West, out this one in reaching all points to St. Louis. Splendid sleeper and quickly mm often The new [plant is dining car servlo% courteous employ-! under the joint management of Mr. F. es. Selling dates--September 5, 6, C Kilbourne of the Model, and Mr. Ed- and 7; October 3, 4, and 5. For par. enholm of tile Electric. Theyare two ticulars write gentlemen whose knowledge of their S.G. Yerkes, G. W. P. A. line is generally recognized They in- 612 First Ave. Seattle. Wash. vile inspection It is their ambition to do such superior work as to merit general patronage, making a specialty .,f home work THIRD AVENUE THEATER. "Fable Romani" is drawing large WANTED :FOR SALE--0orner lot 50x80 on ixteenth an East Columbia. View ted. Price $1,500--$500 cash, easy payments on balance. In- quire of Miss Jennie O'Brien, 726 Six- teenth avenue. 8 No. 85: President, T. L. Foye; rec.sen WANTED--Special repxesentative B. A. Bantly; fin. sec. W.W. Bainem. Butte, Mont.; Ravalii Council No. and enthusiastic audiences at tim in this county and adjoining territo- 104: President, M. D. MoSherry; re- Third Avenue Theater this weeg. ries, to represent and advertise an old cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill; fin. Those who trove read Oorolli's story of established business house of solid fi- Ks,loops, B. G. ; Kamloops Council sec. P. G. Lynch. Meets every Thurs. tile Vendetta all want t. see the play nanoial standing. Salary $21 weekly, No. 522: President, James Foley; day evening in Y. M. I. Hall, 19 E. and the periormanee given by Mr. with Expenses advanced each Monday rec. and fin. see., John F. Smith. Quartz. Keens and his company is of a high by check direct from headquarters Hore and buggy furnished when nee. = = order of excellence, essary; position permanent. Address Portland, Ore." Portland Council No. Seattle, Wash.; Seattle Council No. The attraction at the Third Avenue Blew Bros. & Oo.,Dept.,Monon Bldg., ' 492; President, William Michel; reo. next week, commencing Sunday after- Chicago, Ill. 56: President, W, J. Coreoran; rec. sec. F. M. Egan. Meets Monday 8 p. noon, will be tim latest New York FOR RENT.--Nieely furnished rooms see., J. Ooffey m., Our Lady Good Help Hall farce comedy success, "A Runaway with board in private family; One Match." It is from tim pen of Mark i room suitable for two persons. 1706 M I and no end of surprises have been Yo , 0 promised, even to members of the corn- Swan, the author of 'Brown's In Summit Ave.--Phone Black 4278 mittee. Town,' 'Whose Baby,' and other cloy- FOR RENT--Newly furnished rooms er comedies. It is being presented by and board, -use of piano,.furnace heat fine location, 914 James St 'Phone On Monday evening of the Grand RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. the Muller-Bates Company, one of Red 8051. Council there will be a social sessmn in the meeting hall at which the fol- The following resolutions were the best comedy organizations now adopted by Star of the Sea Court No. touring the country. Third Av lowing program will be carried out-- 510, Women's Catholic Order of For- Theatre 1. Overture, Y.M.I. Orchestra. renters, upon the death of the daughter Russell& Drew 2. Address of welcome, F. M. Egan. of Sister Margaret Fagan: DANGER FOR IRELAND. Manager= 3. Response, Wm. H. Weber, Grand Whereas, Almighty God, in His intl- Seattle'= Only Popular Family Theatre President. nile mercy and wisdom has been pleas- Rosebery Has Turned His Back For- -- PHONES MAIN 507 ----- 4. Violin solo, James Lentz. ed to call from tis earth the daughter ever on Home Rule. --TONIGHT 5. State of the order, John F. Smith, of our Sister, Margaret Fagan; and The Distinguished Actor chairman Grand Directors. Whereas, The members of Star of JAMES KEEN[ 6. Clarinet solo, J.P. Marx. the Sea Court No. 510, Women's Catho- LONDON, Aug. 6.--John Red,end's MR g visit tc the United States 7. Portland Council, by Delagate. lic Order cf Forresters, sincerely sym- pathize with Sister Fagan in this her is, of course, in the interes of the Supported by a Superior Company in 8. Orchestra. 9. Seghers Council, S.A. Bantly. great bereavement; now therefore be it home-rule cause. It is becoming oh- Resolved, by the members of Star of vious that, if events shape as Chum- FtR|O L ReJoin'NO 10. Walls Walls Council, by Delegate. the Sea Court No. 510, Women's Catho- berlain hopes, Parliament will witness Begmning Sunday Afternoon and 11. Piano solo, James Shea. lie Order of Forresters, that we extend next year a fierce struggle with the all week Irish over the question of redistrict- A RUN AWAY MAT1t 12. Spokane Council, by Delegate. to Sister Fagan our most sincere sym- 13. Recitation, F. (3. Oramer. pathy in this her hour of bereavement; ing parliamentary representat2on. 14. Demers Oouncil, by Delegate, and, be it further His complete absorption of the func- Regular Third Ave. Theater Prices lb. Joseph Gilmour. Resolved, That a copy of these reso- lions of supreme director of the Liberal --20c, 30o, 40e, 50c. Unionism policy, Chamberlain signal- 16. Genesee Oouncil, by Delegate. be sent to Sister Fagan, a copy 17. The Dalles, by Delegate. spread on the minutes of this Court, zed the other day by a declaration 18. Astoria, by Delegate. and copies be sent to the Catholic that the Nationalist delegation at Wesf- 19. Home, Sweet Home, Orchestra. Progress and Catholic Northwest, for minster must be reduced. If he has A complimentary dancing party will publication, his, way, he will lop off forty heads. MARGARET GRAVES, be given on Tuesday evening, Sept. 13, TERESA FLYNN, to which Y. M I. men and their la- ELLA 0'KEEFE, EATHOLIC ORDER OF FORSHT]ERS. dies will be admitted. Dslegates and Committee. members will please take notice of BallardSt Alphonsu Court Nu 1278: RJFlaherty, O R; JE Hu this arrangement and invite your Is- RESOLUTIOIS OF CONDOLENCE. don, R See / dies without delay. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father has seen fit in His infinite wisdom, to call Spokane--St Paul Court No. 780: The Y. M. I. orchestra will put the tc her eternal reward the beloved John A. Feulner, 0 R; A L Til- finishing touches on several pieces of daughter of Sisfer Mary Mullen; and lisoh R Sec,1428 Mission Ave; Mect music this week. New members are Whereas, The members of Star of 1st and 8rd Thursdays. coming into the society and as a rule the Sea Court, No. 510, Women's Catho- most of them are musically inclined, lic Order of Forresters sincerely sym- Tacoma---Olympic Court No, 928: so it is fair tc promise tlle largest pathize with Sister Mullen in this her Healy, O R; O M Oavanaugh, R musical aggregation in the city by bereavement; now therefore, be it See, 1491, So I St; Meets Sad and 4th Christmas. The quality of music will Resolved, By the members of Star Thursdays. Ca M, Pessemier be correspondingly varied and good. of the Sea Court Nc. 510, W. C. O.F., Uniontown--StJoseph Court No558: A number of quarteettes will be ar- thai we extend to Sister Mullen and H W Hoofer, O R; Jno J Greif, R See C]AL]T |N ranged as soon as drill work may be her family our deepest sympathy; and delegated to leaders. The general be it further Vancouver, B C--Duriou curt No 912 Scofld Ave, Seattle. Wn training is and will continue to be in Resolved, That a copy of these rose- 1836: F A McPhillips, C R; P Hart- the hands of Prof. McCaughey, under lutions be sent to Sister Mullen; a copy hey, R Sec -- ..... -- whose direction the boys. have made spread upon the minutes of this Court, SeattleNesqually Court No. 1141. splendid progress, and copies thereof sent to the Catholic M. J. Nist, Chief Ranger, A. J. Book- American Book Progress and Cath0iie Northwest for myer, Recording Secretary. Meets in publication, the A. O. U. W. hall, Pioneer Block, C NEW YORK THE C 0 F MAR YREX, on thessoondandfourth Tuesday ev ompany ' * ' MAGGIE MAYOUCK, ! enings. Publishers of -- BELLE MURPHY, Tuesday evening Nesqually Court Committee. Whatcom--Bellingham Court No held an enthusiastic though a not well 1241: F J Piokel, O R; Thomas Leon- Stl00t and COLLEGE attended meeting. After initiating ard, R See; Meets 2rid and 4th Tues. TET B00S three candidates tile time was given MODEL-ELECTRI LAUNDRY. - Represented by Frank J. Barnard up to consideration of plans for cora- l ing social sessions. It was finally de- On First avenue and Seneca is situ- Star of the Sea Court No. 510--Mrs. 429-30 WALKER BLDG. cided to appoint a committee to ar- ate an industry that gives a living to Margaret Graves, C.R.; Miss Ella SEATTLE O'Keefe, Rec. Sec.; Mrs. Belle Mvz. range fcr a joint meeting of the three over a hundred and fiftyof our people, Fin Sec. Meets on 2nd and 4th men's courts on Tuesday, Septembe and a word about the Model-Electric Mondays in St. Francis Hall, 6th and 13. The committee is Messrs. John J. Lanndry will surprise those who do Spring St. D  D aid German, J. F. Oakley and A. J. Book- not loo into the development of Seat-   Ol byer. No instructions were given and fie. The management cordially invite St. Mary's Court No. 551--Mrs. Ms. Carriage and Wagon Making no restraint imposed and some fear is you to drop in and see the most thor. ry A. Cummings, O.R.; Mrs. Addle GENERAL JOBBING expressed that the committee will take oughly equipped laundry in the whole Collins, R. S. ; Mrs. Rosa Breen, Fin. HORtIEBHOEING advantage of the fact that there will northwest. Showing an easterner See. Meets on 2nd and 4th Friday 415-417 walna, tou t., Beat, Wuh. evenings in St. Mary's Hall, 20th and be no intervening meeting and prepare through the city. we oallet and this Jackson. an entert'ainment beyond the limit of is what we saw and learned. We learn- & Foley the contingent fund. Already it is ed that it is possible to make a laun- Mac[arJane said they have engaged some of the Division No. 1, A. O. H. County best musical talent in the city and dry a pleasant and sanitary place to Pres., P. Fitzpatrick; president, P. Loans, Real Estate, Builders, have made arrangements with several work through the arrangement of fans J. O'Oasey; recording secretary, L. caterers and orators. Ballard and and the most modern ventilation. The M. Morrin; financial scretary, M. llectrioal Oontracting and Repairing. Harrington. Meets second and fourth OFFICE.-.432 PIONEER BUILDIN Sacred Heart courts have been lnvifed air was cool and apparently pure. On Sundays at 8 pm. at teh Hall of tha] 8--CATH PROG--8-24 ...d .... HED thefacesof the scores of girls busy Churoh of Our Tady of Good Help. MAIN 593 - L 2190 LAKE VIEW HOUSE at, Ferry Lading Madison Park Dancing every Wednesday and Satur" clay evening to orchestral music. This beautiful pavilion is for rent to select par- ties on other nights. All dainties to de- Seattle College Oor. Broadway and Madison. dESUlT FATHERS With full courses for Grammar, High School and College Students. For catalogue apply THE PRESIDENT eeo[[sso00 neuroN's Modern Academy and Business College. light the palate; and temperance drinks are served continually. I Day and night school all year rowad. Plt0NE$ blain 838 Ind. A 8353 I In addition to the Business Oourse I Shorthand, Typewriting and Book- kesping, students are prepared for J. C. McNLTY, - - Prop. Federal and Municipal Civil Servioa Examinations, Steam, Civil and Eleo- Shoot the Duck as It i-lies :rieal Surveying, Latin, German, and Spanish are taught. The Don't so to any shooting IlalW Il you find that of M, Kin=. Inquire torhlm:he keepmthe)e gun= an Iy GAELIC LANGUAGE is taught on monpdz. Hi= ithe lowe=rtt, too--dt i,.u Saturdays both day and night. Neg. CENT A SHOT. looted students a specialty. Terms NAPOLEON KING SHOOTING GALLERY at MADISON PARK SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY Churen oT uur Lacy of Cocci Help. Third and Washington St. Roy. J. E. O'Brien, Rector. Sunday. moderate. GEORGETOWN M. WEIN(31A I'F and GENTS' TAILORING. Suits made to order at lowest Prices Pants $5.00 and up. Cleaning, Dying, Pressing and Repair- ing. All work guaranteed 119 Tlzird Ave.,Oity, Pohne Main 866 6a. m. 7 a. ,;and 8 a.m. Low Mass. PHOTOS ENLARGED IN CRAYON, 9 a. m., Children's Mass. 10:30 a. m., High Mass. Vespers, Benediction with Instruc- tion 7:80 p. m. Baptisms at 3 p. m. Sundays. Sunday School after the Children's mass which is at 9 o'clock. Week Days. Low Mass at 7 and 8 a. m. daily. First Fridays, Mass at 6 and 7 a. m. with Sacred Heart devotions at 7'30 p.m. Mass at 8 a. m. on third Wednesday of the mouth for the members of the Al- tar Society. Altar Society meets at 8 p. m. on the third Wednesday of each month. PASTEL, OIL AND WATER COLOR WALKER PORTRAIT AND PICTURE COMPANY J. A. WALKER, Manage1", PICTURES OF ALL KINDS FRAMED PICTURES, FRAM'4S MADE TO ORDER, EASEl 8, ETG. Studio and Sluaroom: L24 Third Avenue. Seattle, Wash, DON'T FORGET when you eat at Madison Park to look for Immaculate Conception Church. BroadwaF and Madison Street Attended by Jesuit Fathers. lv. A. Sweero. S. J., Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Maa at T:30 and : a m. High Mass at 10:0 a. m. THE WESTEN CAFE Delicious steaks, home[cooking in pies and delicacies. Fresh f ,wl every day, bst fruits, all the vegetables of the season, served at ire, 250 up. These are the specialties that have made the safe the best at the par. Largo pax- Sunday School after tile 8:30 Mass. ties accommodated. Sodality Meeting, 7:80 p.m. 5728. Evening Service. 7:0 P. m. WeeJt Day Mass at 6:N and 8:SO a. m. Sacred Heart Church. Corner Sixth an(Bell Streets. Attended by the Redemptorl Fathers. Rev. P. O'Neil Byrne, C.S.R., Rector REGULAR SERVIC]S. BundaY. Low Mass at $ and 8 a. m. High Mass at 10:J0 a. m. Children's Mass, 9:15. Sunday School after Children'| M There is a sermon at all the masses except the six o'clock mass. Services on Sunday evenings, 7:30 Baptisms, Sunday 4 p. m. Week Da.Ys. Week Day Masses. 6 a. m. 8:15 a. m. Ist Friday. Mass and Exposition at 6, 6:30and8:lha. m. Last mass fol- lowed'by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Sodalities. Telepaone Main MRS. J. WESTEN, Prop. ALKI POINT , the nearest eampln8 and htha8  to ,eattJe. and th. Steamer Dix the boat, From the FLYER DOCK =he leave= Stth at7.8.9.10 Ila. m. and 1.2.3.5:I5.6:15.8p.m;. Saturday nth only, I 1 : 15. Leave Alki Po,nt--6:40, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 12:30 a.m. and 1:30, 2:30, 4:30, 5:35, 7:30; Saturday nights only, 10:30. SUNIL'AYS--Leave Scat at 9. 10, I I. 12 a,m. and I 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8p.m. 'Leave Alki Point--8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.m. amt 12:30. 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, p.m. NOTE-.Moaday nishts, hst tr (Tom .attle 6:15 p. rate quoted to excurdon parties at Ticket Offe. First avenue or F'lye Dock. Dally Steamees FOR w.00rcoa 0000,cox00s. FAIRHAVEN and BLAINE Steamers UTOPIA and GEe. E. STARR leave Pier No. 2, Seattle at 8 p.m., returninK leave Wha.oom daily Young Ladies Sodality meets at 8 p. m. on the Tuesday preceding he 1st at 7:45 1 m. Sunday of the month; general corn- LaOonnerTrading & Transportation ; munich on the first Sunday of the CO. Tel. Main $11 Per No.2, ,, month at the eight o'clock mass. Married L,dies Sodality meets at The Puget Sound Navieati0n Co. 3:30 p. m. on the Wednesday preced- ing the 2d Sunday of the month; ecru- STR. ALICE GERTRUDE leaves muvion on the second Sunday of the Lilly & Bogardus deck Sundays, Tuen- month at the eight o'clock mass. days and Thursdays at 12 midnight for Girls' Sodality meets at 8:30 p. m. Port Townsed, Port Williams, Dungen- rj on the Wed-esday preceding the 8d ness, Pysht, Olallam and Noah Bay. Returning, leares Port Angeles Tues- Sunday of the month; communion on days, Thursdayand Saturdays at 5 a.m the third Sunday at the eight o'olock STR. BELLINGHAM lvs. Lilly & Be- mass. gardus dock Mondays, Wednesdays and Gentlemen's Sodality meets at 8 p Fridays at 12 midnight for Port Town- m. on the Wednesday preceding the send Port Williams, Dungeness, Port 4th Sunday of the month; general Angeles, Crescent, Gettysburg, Pysht, communion on the fourth Sunday at Ciallam. Leaving Port Angeles 5 a m, eight o'clock mass. Monday, Wednesday, Friday; arrives Boys' Sodality meets at 7:30 p.m. Seattle '2:30 p. m. on the Thursday preceding the 3d Sun. TR. Lydia Thompson leaves Lilly & dy of the month; communion on the Bogardus Doek Sundays, Tuesdays, and thirb Sunday at the eight o'clock Thursdays at 12 midnight for Port mass. Townsend, Richardson, Argyle, Ipaz, Thee L. C. B. A. meets on the 1st Friday Harbor, Roche Harbor, Deer and 3d Monday at 8 p. m. in Sodality Harbor, West Sound, Cross, Griswold. hall. East Sound, Newhatl Olga, Fairhaven Sacred Heart Court, C. O. F. meets and Whatoom. at8p. m. onthe2d and 4th Monday in Sodality hall. I ST. MARYS' PARISH. (20th & Jackson ) Sunday Services :- Low Mass at 8:30 a. m. High Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, Boys at 2:00 p. m. Girls at 2:45 p. m. Rev. W. J. Metz, Pastor Me. Oar,el His,on (Italian) 1133 12 Ave, So. STR. PROSPER leaves Lilly & Bo- gardus dock daily, except Sunday, M 8 a. m. for Port Madison, Kingston, Port Gamble, Port Ludlow, Fort Flag- ler and Port Townsend. Ret'ng, leaves Alaska Steamship Co. SEATTLE-PORT TOWNSEND-VIC- TORIA ROUTE--From Pier No. 1 foot of Yesler way. Sir. Whateom--Daily, except Thurs. day, 9:30 a.m. Returning lvs.Victoria daily, except Thursday, 8 p. m. Note--Will call at Angeles on trip leaving Victoria Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Ballard, Rev. G. ACHTERGAEL, lutor. Sunday--Low mass at 8 a. m,: high mass at a.m. Boned m. Week at P , ra. Rev. Louis Paroli, pastor Sir. RosalioDaily, except Monday, Masses ar regulur hours,- last mass at 8 p. m. Rturning lvs. Victoria daily, 10 a.m. except Tuesday, 9 a. m. Note--Will call at Angeles on trip, leaving Seattle Wednesday, [Friday- Saturday an Sunday. Steamers and Sohedulas subjeot to change without notioe Charles E. Peabody, Mgr., 607 .st 'Phone: Sunset Main 257: /