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? s TI C_'rHoLzc P. Local Happenings THE ORPHANS' PICNIC. The Foresters' picnic for the House of the Good Shepherd at Ravenna Park last Thursday was second only to the first one given by this organization for this grand tnstltution. The satis- faction arising from this latest success is greater because at one time the out- look was very discouraging, and it is due the committee to say that they are entitled to much credit for arousing the interest that brought victory out of defeat. The daily papers and the past- ors of the churches did much to make it generally known that this event needed the encouragement of all. The lumber for the pavilion was donated by the Seattle Lumber Co. and the met Foresters nailed it down. Much praise is given the volnnteers and members of the committee for faithful service be- fore and after the picnic. Mrs. Phil- lips of 419 Twelfth avenue so won the admiration of the ladies by her disin- terested assistance during the whole day. As usual, however, the ladies are the ones who sold the tickets and made the money. They supplied the refresh- meats, prepared them and served them never complaining nor tiring. No one would undertake to do the work fhey have done from year to year at any price, yet they never hesitate. The men would do more if they knew how to do it, so in order not to be in the way they leave much of the drudgery to the ladies. The ladies would do well to evolve some kind of entertainment in which the men would have it all to do. We are sure there would be no hesitation if planned according to man's capacity to do. The refreshments on this occasion were am, Sent, the dancing was almosf a necessity in the evening to keep l warm, the games were of the usual kind and well contested. The proceeds are not fully determined yet, as many tickets are still unaccounted for. ST. MARY'S PARISH. St. Mary's parish will have every- thing ready for the picnic next Thurs- day at Leschi Park. In fact nothing remains now to make it the most care- fully planned affair of the summer. There will be more in the way of games and spm'ts and a larger supply of refreshments than ever. This is the season of good things, and who is more generous than the ladies when an invi- tafiqn is extended to their friends to Join them in a real feast? The day is full of events, and the park is a place of delightful appointments. In the atternoon the contests of strength; skill and endurance will take place. A concer by a select quartette will be given in the evening. When that is over the pavilion will be at the dis- posal of the patrons of the picnic. Fol- lowing is the evening program, which wilt begin at four o'clock: Violin Trio ..................... Misses Hunt and Schofield and Mr. Them Hixon. Song .............. Miss Fanny McRae Recitation ............ Miss May Them Violin Solo ..... Master Gee. Schofleld Song, "NavaJo"Marguerett'e and Agnes Violin 0bligato ...... Mr. Thos. Hixon (Sting by Miss Harrington) Cake Walk .......... Rosina and Viola Fancy Minuet...Marguerette Schofield Recitation ............... Rose Henry io]ln Solo ........ Rosins Grayerbihl Song ............ Miss Helen McSorley Recitation ........... Mr. Thos. Casey Piano Solo ...... Miss Geraldine Kelly A NEW LAW FIRM. Mr. CAns. E. McAvoy and Mr. Oliver Anderson will open law offices at room 22 in the Hailer bullding,-Sept. 1st. Both these young men are well known, and they.are implicitely trusted by their friends. They are graduates of the law department of the University of Washington and are well read in their profession. Mr. Anderson is city attorney of Georgetown and made a reputation for himself during the in- corporation of that prosperous suburb. Mr. McAvoy spent the past year in special studies in the law and in or- ganizing the Catholic Order of For- esters in the state. Thus our young J. M. CUNNIN(00HAM Merchant Tailor FALL STYLES ALL IN Phone L 678 1022 SECOND AVE, SEATTLI, WASH. P IONEER JEWELER Established 1882 MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING William H. Finck DIAMONDS WATCHES, dEWELRY, CUT GLASS SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. 816 eoond Avenue, Seattle, ,zU. 01. 6taDlllLy anti inUustrlous hab-  RtU Olerlng iLtl, elligcnt service I,o Le JUUIIC at a L'ilgie WIIeH otuer lines UA DLill.ISS )/'UUAIbeU 12101'e ltl/hUl't} aXIU ,rUd, Lvr retuzu. 'xuey Know we,I Lust uUllle cul12)lcatloLtt D.I'IbU 11"O111 llll- cullcept1Ol*S all(l Ill I SU hue I' L:a Ulilns tLlaL Luey are prcpal'eu to leip avolu, 11(1 LIlle a consclellClOtlS lawyer always HIlIX/ tO {IO. The Acaoemy o the l=l.oly NameG zlu roauway, con(luctea by the l- Lezs o the ttoly iNames o Jesus sue vlal'y, Will resume classes on Tueuuay, el)talDel" bLll, anti on account o[ Ll,xe ncrealng number o pupil anotaer member has been aauea to rue Iacuty. 'File dellgllL:ul aad convenient slt- uatlon of the Academy is the strongest recomLneno.atlon lot il healtnl.ulnss wnlle well-lighted and thoroughly equipped class rooms readily facilitate Lne work o/: tile stu(lents and teachers. The Music, Art and Business depart- ments ar presiued over by special and competent instructors while the lang- uages and needlewol, sic Lau,.L WILII- out extra charge. 'J'hosc tieszrzng furtlier information [.1 I,IVIL(t LU CLIII L tile Academy or to Address the Sister Superior. 11 NEWS. Mr. John J. Finnegan returned Tues- day from Spokane. Mr. P. J. McDonahl, once a member of the Mcl)onald-13own Co., and now of Studebaker Co. of Portland, spent last Fz'iday and Saturday in this city. tle is much please d with the continued growth of Seattle and hopes to visit us regularly soon. Dr. Murray aml family who left for the East, some weeks ago have returned to this (.it)', satisfied thai it is better Than Chicago. Attorney .lames Garvey of Tacoma was in the city on business Tuesday evening. Many of our friends were In the city Wednesday and Thursday to attend the circus. Mr. W. T. Bi:g o]! T:eoma, was over Tuesday from Tacoma, for the second time in fifteen years. The growth of Seattle was a surprise to him. We hope he will make this city his home and help boom things along. Mrs. Adolph Kaester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ederer of Capital Hill, left for her ome in Chicago this week. She spent the summer here and is delighted with .the West. Mr. James Shea returned from two weeks' camping at Three Tree Point and resunhed his duties Monday. WHY 00o,oo 80 0oon00 for butter when you can - get the BEST WASHINGTON CREAMERY for twopound roll 45C for .................................... 00RESH RANC,00 45C Egs, two dozen for ............ FINE TEAS AND COFFEE 10WA BUUE8 STORE 1311 Second Ave., Arcade Bldg. just received a most complete line of fail and winter clothin and are show. ing some remarkably low prices consid- ering tim quality of the goods. Mr. Sully, head of the hr,, has had a vast experience in the clothing line, having had charge of this department for the Henneasey Mercantile Co. of Butte, Mont., for 16 years. Mr. James J. German returned this week from Fail River, Mass., accom- panied by Iris son. Mzs. German is expected to arrive in a short time and they will make their home in this state. $ Miss Mamie Sartori returnea Sat- urday flom San Francisco where she has spent the past three months visit- ing at tile home of lmr uncle. She reports having had a most pleasant trip. Key. Father P. A. Flavin has charge of the church at Cowlitz and the sur- rounding missions. He succeeds Fa- ther Pahner, who was transferred to South Park and Georgetown. Mr. Edgar L. Hampton, formerly proprietor of the Main and Herahl has purchased the Comonwealth out- mght and will devote his experience and energy to making that weekly first class in every particular. $ $ $ Mr John Hogan and Mr Daniel Oar. roll of Enumolaw were iu the city yes- terday. Mr Hogan is a deputy sheriff of King county, but is at present off 'on leave of absence wail0 nuildiag a new home east of Enumclaw Miss Ethel Healy of Tacoma is on a visit of two weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs H Hanson on Beacon Hill Mr P J Casey has gone east of the mountains for a few months and from there he will pro)abbly go south to spend the winter hi a dryer climate $ Miss Helen Herkenrath and ,Mrs. John Hekenrath returned from Alas- ka last Sund,y where tlmy spent the past few years. After a short rest in i this city they will proceed to the home of Mrs. Herkenrath in Oalitornia. They were accompanied from tile north by Miss Ruby Kelly who will enter the Academy of the Holy Names for study during the coming school year. The Imamoulate Conception soaali- ties will give a soelal and card party in sodality hall next Tuesday evening. Friends are invited to attend. $ At a special business meeting of the sodalities last Tuesday evening it was decided to put a window in the new Immaculate Conception church. Tile M. D. Leehey spent the week in Port- window will be one bearing the pie- land at the Miners' Convention. He lure of the Immuaoulate Conception and will be expensive and handsome. read a paper before that: body and re- ceived recognition on a committee. Messrs. B. F. and W. J. Vonderhaar left for their old home in the East last Monday. They went: via San Francisco to St. Louis and from there they will go to Westport, Iowa, their home. They will return in three months. Next Wednesday evening the Forest- ers of Ballard will give the first of a series of dancing parties in Elk's Hall, in that city. A committee from that court'visited Nesqually Court Tuesday The grading of the college grounds at Madison and Broadway has made a most pleasing improvement in the gen- eral appearance of the property, and tile college boys will appreciate the improvement, as their outdoor life is full of actirity and suitable grounds  increase tlmir attachment to the col- lege. The new church is now almost all under roof. The work will proceed rapidly from now to completion. We are in receipt of a letter from Professor Thomas O'Hagan, who is evening and Many will respond on that evening. . We have a letter from Gee. Grant which was written on BeAring Sea, eighty miles on this side of Nome. He had a delightful trip though a rough une. He escaped sickness but hunger made time seem long between meals. He included a long account of his trip written in rhyme and dedicated to the Young Men's Institut'e at whose meet- ing it will be read next Monday even- ing. $ Mr. and Mrs. S. Hyde and their lit. fie son retmued Tuesday from a four months' trip to Mr. Hyde's old home in England. This is Mr. Hyde's see. enth visit to his]home during his twenty years' residence in this court. try. They also spen some time in Paris and in Swansea, Wales. Mr, E. P. Ederer will take charge of the eiloir a the pro-cathedral on Sep. tember 1st during the absence of Prof. Martius the choir will have its regular relearals every Thursday evening. The attention of_oar readers is called J to the announclnt of the C. F. Sul- ly Co in anoT[: rolumn., they have extended an invitation, now in France pursuing hts course of study and travel preparatory to his coming lecture tour through the United States next winter. Prof. O'Hagan will be remembered as hav- ing given a series of lectures at the Academy of the Holy Names two sum- mers ago. He charmed all with his fine literary culture and artistic crit- icisms. He will return to America MERICAN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. Cor. Second and Madison. Capital Stock, $200,000.00 We Pay 4 Per Cent. on Deposib DIRECTORS : Jam A. Murray. President, Capi- talist0 Butte, Mont. Jas. P. Gleasoon0 Vice Proldent and Manager. M. M. Murray, Cashier. Ed Hickey, Capitalist, Butte, Mont. 3. C. Ford. Vice-Pres. and Gen'l Mgr. Pacific Coast Co. Michael Earle, Prom. Paget Sound Saw Mill Co., Falrhavsn. Robert J. Tobin, Treaz. Hibernia Say- Ing & Loan Boclety, San Francisco. W, D. McCarthy, Prea. McCarthy Dry Goods Co. Frank McDermett, Trs. Ben Mareke. J. J'. Haggerty, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. M. D. Leehey, loberts & Leehey, Attorneys. Drafts Sold on All Parts of th. 't'erld. A General Banking Business Transacted. Open Saturdays, 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. about October first, and devote the I fall to writing his lectures for the winter. Mr. Wandra entertained a number of friends at Maple Leaf Cottage last i Sunday, in honor of the Messrs. W. J. and B. F. Vonderhaar, who departed the nex day for a trip through Cali- fornia and the Southern states; also to the St. Louis exposition. The young men will then visit their old home in Iowa, where they intend to spend the winter, returing t'o the Pacific Coast in the early spring. As Mr. Wandra's cottage was too small to entertain his guests, the merry )arty enjoyed a climb up the steep cliff which rises high above the cams- ins ground, and on a grassy, sheltered ledge, half way up the steep bank, over- looking the Sound, a plentiful lunch was spread. A bright fire was soon started, and Mr. Joe McNamee surprised and de- lighted the guests by his skill in mak- ing, and his generosity in serving the delicious coffee which regaled the hungry guests. A delightful afternoon was spent in friendly intercourse, merry jest and timely repartee, and after wishing te ,'departing friends a safe journey home and a speedy return, the party return- ed to the city on the 9 o'clock boat. Those invited were Miss Lowe and Miss Fallen of Walls Walls, Miss Maud Fallen, Miss Anderson, Miss Hellen Grant, Miss Mary Phelan, Miss Cath- arin Phelan, Miss Elisabeth Rooney Miss Anna McDonough, Miss Mary Mc- lntyre, Miss Kathryn McIntyre, Miss Maymc Peterson, Miss Marshal, Miss IAzzie Marshal, Miss Minnie Marshal Miss Mary McNerney, Miss Margaret MeNerney, Messrs. W. J. Vonderhaar, B. F. Vonderhaar, V. J. Haws, J. J. Cashin, M. Phelan, Harry O'Brien, Matt McNerney, McCarthy, McGovern, McCloy, Jordan, Dillon, Joe McNamme, T. MeNerney, J. Caraher, Coley, Hoff- man, Frank Boyle and A. J. Frise. GO EAST IN SEPTEMBER The most bvautifal month in tile year as well as the most favorable for travel. Reduced rates to all points east via St. Louis in connection with the World's Fair. Tickets on sale Sept. 5h,6th and 7th via the Northern Pacific Railway. Call on or address 1. A. Nadeau, General Agent, Corner First Ave. and Yesler Way, SULLY'S 71:) Second Ave., Hinkley Block For the Boys School time in a few days, bring the boys in and get one of those new Fall Suits, or a pair of Single Pants and a nice Sweater. For tla Wln We carry a nobby line of L. Adhr's Rochester-made Clothing. Suits from $10.00 to $30.00. These suits are all tailor-fiaade and the fit is perfect. We refund the .money if you take a suit home and don't like it. C. r. SULLY CO. 710 Second Ave. T Ke tie, sue .of P. Fin ,co M Tac wiU T give ely: / Chl apel hay Ins, THIS IS A TRUE CUT eel OF OUR ot ..... ,, Charter  the = Oak Range 00ooi.to ; ' . in . ing line; Also a good We b0 money safe. 418 . DABNEY & WOODHOUS[ PIKE STREET xx ACME SHORT STORY - A YOUNG MAN entered our classes HE GRADUATED and obtained a a few years ago and studied position as stenographer. bookkeeping, shortlland, etc. TODAY lie has a prosperous real HE WAS POOR, doing janitor work estate and brokerage business in in payment of his tuition, this city. BEAUTIFUL IATALOGUE FREE Seattle, Wash. McLaren &  SEATTLE, " Thompson " WASH. THE WONDER .......... --. .......... e. S C R E E N D O O R S ! ae displaying a choice assortment of Latest 2 ft. 6X6 ft. 6 " " - 90C ADJUSTABLE SCREENS hats, Large Picture Hats of obiffon and 2 ft. 8x6 ft. 8 - - - $1.00 15 x 33 - 20c fancy braids, also " " smal/er shapes in the 2 ft. 8X6 ft. g FANCY I Irli -. -" ,,.8 : ..,-,-, 18 x 33 - 25c $ Gage and other de- " .... signs. If you are . , " thinking of purohas- Main 1158 '"'"" ERNSTBROS give us a call. 606 PIKE ST. 1420 SECOND AVENUE - III II t Washington 00Mcl]arlhy's ! ClCiARS i Hotel - AND CIGARETTES  STANDS ALONE IN EXCELLENCE  AND EMINENCE Unsurpassed for beauty of soene--Mt. ! The PALACI  Raiaier andthewholooityofSeattle GOODS Igar Store  is seen f,'om the plaza. 4 The / J; . Hotel of the 1st A.., Mrs. A. E. Bell, Prop. t Leau,n00 Slate + and the rates are moderate. A special Magnificent new assortments in feature is a dollar diuner on Sunday. #:-.=::::1::1--::-;:;:;:-1::4-;-:: Ask for the Hotel Washington 'bus at FALL DRESS GOODS &, Specialties for the station and in a few minutes you FANCY SILKS --," Women's Wear oo SO]TS and COATS strong words of praise from President Roosevelt and many distinguished WAISTS and SKIRTS CORSETS, UNDERMUS- guests. tINS, NEGLIGEE GOWNS, FINE MILLINERY TEA JACKETS, - - - - " " " LACES and TRIMMINGS SILK PETTICOATS Careful Attention given to Fitting CLOVES and RIBBONS and Altering Corset,s KNi'r'rLI J.M. 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