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rile CATHOLIC PROG_.SS. i j i m TACOMA Tacoma, Aug. 24.--Mr. and 'Mrs. Kemble and little daughter, of Seat- tle, spent Thursday in Tacoma, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Albion of 4310 No. Gore Street. Messrs. Laverne E. Meade, Joseph P. McKeon, Joseph Finks and Milton Finks returned to their homes in Ta- .coma last Thursday, after a two weeks ong at Green River Hot Springs. Miss Edna Uhlman has returned to Tacoma Friday, after a week's visit will her aunt in L|ttle Rock, Wash. The Catholic Order of Foresters will give their annual excursion Sunday to Olyqpa. Round U;ip tickets, 50 cents. Chil]reu over five years, full fare. essrs. Oswahl and Michael Foley spent Sunday in Seattle. Mrs. E. L. Meade and family, who have been camping at Stone's Imnd- ing, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Healey are re- ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a bright baby boy, born Sunday morning. The L. A. to tile A. O. H. will hold their regular meeting Sunday after- noon. The Ladies' Auxiliary to St. Joseph's Hospital held (heir fortnightly meet- ing Friday. Miss Mary Doehan has been quite i ill for the past week or so. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cnrren are re- joicing over the arrival of a bright baby girl. t A number of the boarding students and Ssisters of Aquinas Academy silent a very pleasant day Tuesday at Pt. Defiance. EVERETT Everrett, Aug. 24.--Miss Lizzie and Katherhm Walther, of Merrill, Wis., who have been visiting lheir sister Mrs. Feuduer, left for their home via tlm C. P. R. R. on last Thursday. Miss Mac Stafford has returned from u visit in Portland. John Bailey was a Seattle visitor on Sunday. A new coal and wood company has been incorporated by H. D. McCool and M. F. Shea. Place of business will be Everett. Miss Patten, of Snohomish, has been the guest of Mrs. Pallido on Califor- ia Street. Mrs. J. Gill, of Seattle, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kean, on Wednesday. Miss Tessie McGill was a Tacoma visitor Tuesday. i The Bays(de Catholic ladies will serve meals at their booth at the fair 'ounds during the fair next week. T. F. Sheehan, contractor, who has been ill for the past eight months, died at hls home, 2812 Everett Avenue on Monday morning, August 22. He leaves a wife and six children. He was a member of the A. O. U. W. of Tacoma, and of the Knights of Co- lumbus in Everett. The funeral took place at 9:30 on Wednesday morning. Father Claessens officiated. The Knights of Columbus attended in a body, and many friends attended the services. Father Claessens made im- pressive remarks concerning the beau- tiful Catholic life led by the deceased and exhorted all to follow his example, and live and die a good Catholic. The sympathy of the community goes out to Mrs. Sheehan and her family in their great loss. The party which Mr. and Mrs. Van Dyke took out to Camp Van on Aug- ust 15th, report a very enjoyable 'time. They returned to Everett on Monday, well pleased with the pleasure they had boating and fishing. Miss Annie Gauslin succeeded in catching the largest salmon, which weighed fourteen pounds, seven and one-half ounces. Those in the party were: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Van Dyke, of Ever- ;s Mrs. M. E. Davison, of New York; Fred. C. Sibley and daughter, ,.,Misses Mabel Katherine Baker, Mar- jorie S. Bucey, Emma Bucey, Annie Wire:ten, Emma Sloan, Nina IIealy, Annie E. Gauslin, Teressa V. McGill May Whalen, Mesdames M. M. Lovey, Annie Gauslin, E. B. McGill, C. F. DR. JOSEPtl REGLI [' Physician and Obstetrician 1806 Pacific Ave,, TACOMA i Groenke, and Messrs. A. H. Andrews of Staples, Minn.; J. C. Costello, Clar- ence Weller, Harvey D. Slosh, Walter G. Groenke, Robt. Van Dyke, John K. Healy, Carl Upkide, Gee. Olson, C. F. Greenke, John P. Foley and Earl J. Van Dyke. BELLINGHAM. BELLINGHAM, Aug. 24.--Mrs. Polegren of South Bellingbam mrived home on the 15th from a visit with friends in Oregon. She was tendered a surpiso on tile following evening by the laidies of Assumption Court, C. O. F. Tee evening was socially spent with music, games, cards,' etc. Re- freshmeuts were served consisting el coffee and ouko, fruits, etc. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pelegren, the Misses Pele'ren, Mrs" Sanseregret, Mrs. Ford, M.P. Cosgove, Mrs. Hur- ley, Miss Blanclm LSmih, Miss Addle Clmse, Mrs. Laviolette, Mrs. De Fee, Mrs. Local, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. James Ounniugham) Mr. Jolm Laviolette, Mr. and Mrs. Mullin, Mr. i i and Mls. Leonard, Mrs. Murphy Miss l Laura Laviolette, Miss Catherine Hur- ley, and Barbara Leonard. r . I Tile omen Foresters will hold a pcnic at Lake Whatoom on Sept. 1st. All their friends are cordially invited to attend and bring their baskets and! children. Rev. Fadmr Duly arrived in Belling- ham last week to assist Rev. Father Boulet in this parish. Mr. A. MoConnell, chief engiueor of tile tug Sea Lion paid a flying visi to fronids in Bellingham on Wednesday. WHITE RIVER WHITE RIVER, Aug. 17.--Mr. and Mrs. La Fond and little daughter of Seattle were Om guests of Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Sharkey Sunday. Mr. R. O'Connell is building an ad- dition to his house. Mr. and Mrs. W. Cochrane enter- tained a number Lof [Seattle friends Sunday. A large number of people from this place are camping at Des Moines and Angle Lake. PORT TOWNSEND PORT TOWNSEND, Aug. 23.--A St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church on Aug. 21 Mr. Daniel Bruine of Fort Cascy, Wash. and Miss Mary Deleo of Fort Casey, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by tbe impressive rites of the Catholic Church, Rev. Fa- ther Manianleux officiating. The cere- mony was witnessed by relatives and a number of friends. A delicious repast was seeved at tim bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Bruine will reside in Fort Casey. St. Gerald Majella. On August 15th Blessed Gerald Ma- jella was canonized at Rome. His death took place in 1755, and as usu- al the events of his life have been carefully preserved and his miracles tested. Every doubt of the sanctity of his llfe being removed, the final step was taken on the flestival in her honor for whom he had a most pro- found reverence and devotion. In life and death his character was as- sailed but no stain ever attached to him. St. Gerald Majella, who became an example for all time to those leading a religious life, was born of poor parents and early in childhood showed evident signs of great austerity, and prayer was the chief business day and night. Humility was, his predominant trait, and what he did was done with such meekness as to create wonder. He was a Redemptorist brother, and though the discipline of that order is severe, he increased the austerities of his life to such an extent as to very materially impair his health. Fasting, penance, personal chastisement amannting to self-inflicted cruelties charity that amounted to the d(priva- tlon of his associates of the necessa- ries of life. Upon their complaining, he said the Lord will provide, and He did most bountifully in many ways. To his charities Brothel" Gerald added such religious instruction as was be- fitting his beneficiaries. His great pen- ances and charities were amply re- warded in ecstacies and apparitions and wonders of grace and personal manifestations of a divine presence. The incidents of his life are too mar- velous for a skeptical age, and only those whose souls are refined an whose faith is unquestioning can ap- preciate the sublime meditations, the miraculous incidents, the ecstatic mo- ments, the depth of humility and the character of obedience that make his I Ca'escent Cream Coffee is the standard Mocha and ]!Java Coffee of today. Its :* delicious cup qualities  have made it so. t In sealed cans At grocers. :l life so incomparable, so ahnost divine. The Redemptorist Fathers through- out tim-world are celebrating the canon- ization with great solemnity and rec- ommending his patience and humility to all who wish to lead better lives and make sacrifices for sins commit- ted and for grace to lead perfect lives of purity and prayer. THE ST. LOUIS FAIR You can attend the fair and you can also obtain the benefit of the Fair ex- cursion rates in reaching all points througho,,t tim East. Next sale of tickets Sept 5th, 6Hi and 7th. Call on I. A. Nadoau, General Agent of Northern Pacific Ry for rates and full particulars. Ofiiec at corner of First Ave. and Yesler Way, Seattle, 'Nash. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER Are the months revisit the World's Fair and your Eastern home, and avail yourself of low excursion rates. Tile Great Northern Railway affords a cool, pleasant ride across tim Cascade and Rocky Mountains and along the beautiful Mississippi, through tim most prosperous region of the middle West, to St. Louis. Splendid sleeper and dieing car service, courteous em- ployes. Selling dates--Sept 5, fi, and 7; October 3, 4, end 5. Fo; particu- lars write Legal Notices. IN THI SUPERIOR COURT OF TIIE State of Wasbington for King County. No. 41739--Notice to Creditors. F. G. Johnson, Plaintiff, vs. Norwood Mining & Milling Company, a corpor- ation, Defendant. Notice is hereby given to the credit- ors of and to all persons who have claims against the defendant Norwoud Mining & Milling Company, a corpor- ation organized under tim laws of tile State of Soutll Dakota and engaged in business in the town of Berlin in King County and elsewhere in the State of Washington, to presen tsald claims properly itemized, duly verified, and ac- companied with the necessary vouch- era to the undersigned receiver of said corporation 'at the law office of Roberts & Leehy, 705 New York block, Seattle, King County, WVashington, the place for the transaction of the business uf said receiver, wltbin thirty days after the first publication of this notice to- wit: on or before July 81st, 1904. Claims not so presented shall not be entitled to participate in any funds to be dis- tributed, or payments that may here- after be made by the receiver, or under the rrder of the Court. Dated at Seattle, Washington, this 30th day of Juue, A. D., 1904. EDWARD A. McGRAT]I, Receiver. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County. F. G. Johnson, plaintiff, vs. Nor- wood Mining and Milling Compauy, a corporation, defendant. No. 41,739. Notice of Sale of Real aud Persoual Property at Public Auc- tion. lqodee is horeb given: That the undersigned Edward A. McGrath, re- ceiver of the defendant Norwood Min- ing end Milling Company, pursuant to an order of the above entitled court made and entered herein on July 14th, 1904, will sell at public auction at the front door of the Couxt tIouse of King County, in tee city of Seattle, Wash- ington, on Saturday, August 13th, 1904 at the hour of ten o'olooz a. m., to tim highest and best bidder for cash, all the real and personal property of said company as an entirety, whioil prop- erty is described as tllat certain group of mining claims known as the Nor- wood Group, situated about nine miles west of the town of Berlin in King county, Washiugton, together with the appurtenances a,,d improvements, and the tools and supplies thereon situated, all of whch is fully and accurately de- scribed iu til9 detailed report thereof filed by said receiver in tits court, which mining claims are also describ- ed in tim netices of location thereof recorded in the office of the Auditor of King county, Washington, at the vol- ume and page and bearing tim names herein stated : Brandywine Lode Mining Claim,vol- ume 7, page 572. Princeton Lode Mining Claim. vol- ume 7, page 573. Trenton Lode Mining Claim, volume 7, page 574. echoers Mining Claim, volmue 7, page 575. Bunker Hill Lode Mining elaine, vol- ume 7, page 576. Norwood Lode Mining C]alm, vol- ume 7, page 577. Boston Lode Mining Claim, volume 7, page 577. Mascot Lode Mining Claim, volume 7, page 578. Yorktown Lode Mining Claim, vol- ume 7, page 579. The improvements upon said prop- ertv oonsit of a blacksmith shop, pow- der house, bunk house, and stable. Pursuant to said order of court all of said property will be sold as an entire- ty. No bid for less than twelve hun- dred dollars will be received, and ten per oen*. of the purchase price must be paid at the time of the sale,and the balance upon oonflHnation of the sale bv the above entitled court and the execution and delivery of the proper instruments of conveyance. Such sale is made witimut redemption, and the receiver's conveyance of said prol)erry will vest iu the purchaser all the title of the defendant corporation, free from any liens ou account of the said corporation, and without right or eqmty of redemption. Notice dated this 14th day of July, A, D. 1904. EDWARD A. McGRATH, Receiver Roberts & f,eehey and Casey & Casey, attorneys for Receiver, 705 New York Block, Seattle. In accordance with the adjournment of said sale, which was publicly taken at tim time and place stated in the foregoieg notice, the said sale is post- poned aud eontinued, to be held at the same place on Saturday, August 27th, 1904, as ten o'clock A. M., and in ec- cordance with the order of court here- iu entered on August 15tb, 1904, bids will be received for all of said proper- ty to aggreg,tc any sum not less than Four hundred Dollars. EDWARD A. MoGRATH, Receiver. IN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, for King County. --In Probate. Jn the matter of the Estate of Owen McKenna. Deceased. No. 3524. Notice of Sale of Real Es- tate. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the above entitled court in the matter of this estate herein made and entered on June 23rd, 1904, the un- dersigned administratnr will sell at pub- lic auction in the manner provided by law, at tile front door of the Court IIouse of King County. in the City of Seattle, ,Vashington, st ten o'clock A. M. of Thursday, July 141h, 1904, the real property hereinafter described and all the interest of said estate therein, all of whlcb is situated in King County, Washington, and is more particularly described as follows, to-wit: 1. An undivided half interest in the soul(least quarter of the northeast quar- ter of section ten, in township twenty- four north of range five east, the same being a half interest in forty acres of land. 2. Tim interest nf said estate in lots one, two, three, four, five, six, seven and :eight, in block seventy, of the plat of Moss' Second Addition to South Se- attle, in said county. Said sale will be made for cash to the bighest bidder and subject to con- firmatinn by the above entitled court. and fifty per cent. of the accepted bid shall be required to be paid at the time of the sale, and the balance shall be paid upou confirmation of hale by the court and tie execution and delivery by the administrator o1 the proper deed to the purchaser. Notice dated this 23rd day of June, A. D. 1904. 0WEN J. McKENNA. Administrator of the Estate nf Owen McKenna, Deceased. ROBERTS & LEEI1EY, Attorneys for said Estate. 705 New York Block, Seattle, Wash. NOTICE OF SItERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. State of Washington, County of King, as. By virtue of an execution Issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, Washington, on the 9th day of June, A. D., 1904, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of B. A. Baerlueker, plaintiff, vs. J. Taylor Wright, M. F. Smith, Charles Herman, Pries Gibson, J. M. Wolf and R. H. Cowan, defendants, No. 31)882, and to me, as sheriff, directed and delivered: Notice is hereby given, that I will pro- ceed to sell at public auction to the high- est bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for sheiff's sales, to- wit: at 10 o'cloek a. m. on Saturday, the 301h day of July, A. D. 1904, before the court bouse door of said King County, in the State of Washington, all the right. title and interest of the said plaintiff, B. A. Baerloeker in and to the following described property, situated In King County, tSate of Washington. to-wit: Lot number six (6) in block number one (1) of the Town of Berlin, levied on as the property of the plaintiff, B. A. Baerloeker, to satisfy a Judgment amounting to Fifty-three Dollars, and costs of suit, in favor uf the said de- fendants. Dated this 0th day of June. A. D. 1904. ,ID. CUDIHEE. Sheriff. By WM. CORCORAN0 Deputy. 'IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington, in and for the County of King. i lsabella G. lIooper, Plaintiff, vs. Rob- err P. flopper, Defendant. No. 43,419. Summons. The State )f Wastdngton to the said Robert P. Hooper, defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to- wit: within sixty days after tte 8th day of July, 1904, and defend the above en- titled action in the aforesaid court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff ;and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaint- iff at their office belo stated, and in !crone of your failure so to do Judgment will be rendered against you according to tbe demand )f the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of the said court. Tbis action Is brought by plaint- iff for the purpose of obtaining a decree of divorce from defendant on the grounds of cruelty, non-support and abandnnment for more than one year. DEVECMON & EGAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Postofflee Address: No. 46 Hinckley [Hock, Seattle, Washingtom IN THE SIJPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Vashlngton, for King County. Lulu Stancliff, 1Haintlff, vs. Louis Stanellff, l)efendo.nt. No. 43,7;{2. Summons and Service of Publication. State of X'shington to the said Louis Staneliff, Defemlant: You are hereby summoned to appear within slty (60) days after date }f the first publication of this summons, to- wit: within sixty (60) days after the ]2th day nf August, 1904, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer tie complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your ilnswer hi)On tile underslgued attorney ]tr the plaintiff at ifls oil]co below stat- ed; tlid ill Cuss of your failure so to do. Judgment will lie rendered against you according ?o tile delnand of tile com- plaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said odrt; the object for which this action in brought is to obtain it de- cree of dh, orce from tile defen3ant on tlm following grounds: 1 Abandonnlent for one year. 2 Because the defendant since the day of August, ]901, has neglected and rfused and still neglects and refuses to make suitable provision for plaintiff and her family. A.J. SPECKERT, Attrrney for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice address: No. 1209 First Ave., Reran 91 Victoria Hotel, Se- attle, Wash. Date of first publication, August 12th, 1904. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE SUPE]RIOR COURT OF TFIE State of Washington for King County. No. 5584.--Notice to Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate uf Hannah Callaghan, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that all per- sons and creditors having claims against Hannah Cailaghan, or against her es- tate, are required to present said claims, wlth the necessary vouchers, to the un- dersigned administrator of said estata, at tile office of said administrator, room 320 Burke Building, Seattle, Washing- ton. said place being tile place of said administratnr for tile transaction of business of saidestate, within one year after the first pl%blication of this notice, to-wit, within one year after the 24th day of June, 194. CHARLES H. FARRELL, Administrator of Estate of Hannah Cal- laghan, Deceased. Date of first publication June 24, 1904. IN PROBATE. IN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State o Washington, for the County of King. la the matter of the estate of Thomas B. Johnston. fleceued. No. 4413. Order to Show Cause Why DIstrihutlon Should Not Be Made. T. W. Gaffney, administrator of the es- tate of Thomas B. Johnston, deceasl, hav- Ing filed in this court his petition setting forth that said estate is now in a condi- tion to be closed and Is ready for d'lstrlbu- tion of the residue thereof among the per- sons entitled by taw thereto, and it ap- pearing to the court that said petition sets forth facts sufficient to authorize a dlstri. bution of the residue of said estate: It is therefore ordcre by the court that  all persons interested In the estate of the said Thomas B. Johnston, deceased, be and appear before the said Superior Court of King County, State o Washington, at the court room of the Probate Department of said court, in the City of Seettle, on tim 14th day of July, ]904, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said flay, then and there to show cause, if any they have, why an order of distribution should not be made of the residue of said estate among the heirs and persons in said petition mea- tioned, according to law. It is further orflered that a copy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks before the said 14th day of July, 1904,. in The Catholic Progress, a newspaper printed and published in sahl King County and of general circulation therein Done in open court this 6th day of June 1904. W.R. BELL, Judge. Dealer In All Kinds Of ! Frames, Pictures, i Mouldings Most Complete Line, New, Unique * and Artistic Work, and i LOW PRICES The Pacific Picture Frame Co i 1114 16 3rd Ave. Phone Ro, d 4485 4- 4- *b.l.e.I..l . *e e.l. eeq...., .:. ,s + +. Galbraith, Bacon & Co. Deelers In SAY, GRAIN, FLOUR and FEED, L t  PLASTER aad CEMENT. Tetepkoue--Graln Co., Main 525; Dock Main 526; Residence, Pink 771. Office and Warehouse ..... Galbralth Dec) Foot Madlsou Street, Seattle, WaL SANITARY PLUMBIN HOUSE DRA}NAGE CLOSE ESTIMATE D. . Spllma, o. Steam and Hot water Heating. Telephone Blgck 1621. 215 Columbia St, leattle, Wgak The Puget Sound National Bank SEATTLE. 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