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3"HE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. , , ;: ,--,, -. ii? f:i: hl;i L:+ ,: L;:iL;. !!i/: 111:+7 S ttl C Ileg A J $ k rt 9 ,.... ea e o e: &apos;ec e ACME B SINESS OLLEGE r,..'%,, - . * k "% Aug von Boe('klin. "   < P CLASSL'S AI,I, SUMMI]R. f/ i_.:W ................................................................. :t /iF "ij (Cor. Broadway and Madison.) M.J. Callahan. /, JESUIT FATHERS. ' WASHINGTON MF(i. CO. - Mc],ARI.]N & TII()MS(,N. Principals. /7"llllk'Lv' With :':,erect I'vep, ratory 720 Pacific Ave. TACOMA. CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PRACTICE. -- - I .[1.. Students. S,alr-lmllders. lmerior ,', sl. FEES REASONABLE. 0+--] / For catalogue+ apply to Grilles, /,'lxtili'es, M+mldlngs, Spe'Inl I eL"-..L...-.. " THE PRESIDENT. Detail Wurk In Wood. I,ei IIS /'iJrlilrh you a Job IllltJ ylitl Monday and Friday Prof. Wilson's School. Ranke. Hall. Private lessons daily. Tile chapel at; Providence hospital will he completed in about a month. It will he very beautiful. The altars art; nearly completed. Thcy are being built hy Mr. Mootz. It Schools are now fairly started. Nothing but sickness should cause ........ ,'<i''+m'" ',lle+" ] ,.* ll*+"+, DANCING CLASSES. Mr. McEwcn of Buffalo, N. Y., ac- companied by his mother and sister, arrived in Seattle this week and will rr, ake lhis city his future home. Mr. MeEwen was in tile emliloy of the Great Nortllern raih'oad in his native city and exliects to bc with the same eorltoralion here. Arthur J. Dubuc, who is very well will favor Ilig "lvllh nlore ol'del'. ORPHANS' PICNIC CONTRIBU- TIONS. 00.fl00AY[VlII0000OL m" 0LASS00S  .;-. SCIENTFICALLV  t'.oph, are learning l that when they get tr.i'.712ll glasses of us they are "Lt A= 7ll't'w t'Igbt--+ focus, finish, price -:everythlng. Thousands testlfyi to our ability. SI'I,;CIALIST. 708 Second Avenue. a somethiug nice; E. A. Green, five J. ]. (ltihni. WIll II. Merrill Among the donors for the orl)hans' l)ienic at Madrona park were the for lowing: Smith & Kennedy, one box of perfunle; Louch, Augustine Co., one haul; Fr(,derh.k & Nelson, one golden oak rocker; Joseph Ryan, one table;  Standard Furniture Co., one parlor ta- ble; G. L. Holmes Furniture Co. vnd favorahly known in Seattle, is tardiness or absence. To lie always gtiest of the Butler Hotel and will in place on time is to cultivate the lin the vhJinlty of Seattle for two weeks hshtts of a reliable and prompt busi- ness man. It is a discipline of great- eat value to learn to manage all things so skillfully as to be a+ways at the post of duty when duty calls. On Monday morning a mass was read for Mr. John Campbell, nephew of Mrs. Neai Boyle. Mr. Campbell was fireman on tile Great Northern run- away freight that landed ill a heap seventy-five feet below the track and was burned. It is supposed the body of Mr. Campbell was burned In the wreck. It ts a sad case and his family and friends have the sympathy of the whole community.' Mary Goldherg of OMr Lady of Good Help parish was buried from the Sa- cred Heart church, owing to the illness of Father Prefontaine, who was unable to officiate. Personal mention. Father Kornky, a young Polish priest, Is visiting the parishes in this vicinity. $ Mr. E. L., Drew, treasurer of the Third Avenue theater, made a business trip to Olympia and Tacoma last week. Mr. John Fagan, father of Mrs. Captain Wllllamson, was buried from the Sacred Heart church last Friday. Mrs. Fagan survives him. Miss Flynu and Miss Eva Flynn left l the city oa Thursday morning feel Portland on a visit to Captain and Mrs. i Hoben and to attend the carnival : pltal, Sunday and Monday. WANTED---An agreeable Catholh. young lady to occupy l'OOmS with a w:ry eompauionable young lady at ;1609 "East Columbia street. Use of parlor and modern hoal/ ('.onven|enees. Phone Black 2823. Mr. William M. ltussell, manager of tbe Thh'd Avenue theater, returned Wednesday from Portland and Salem, Ore., where he was with one of Ills conlpanles playiug East Lynne. $ * , Mr. Janies P. l,avin. United States lmmlgraut hlspeetor for this port, re- turned Sunday after a nlontb's absence on official biislness tit several points on the Souad and in British Cohim- He Is tile traveling salesman for Gal- lagher Bros. of San Francisco, who e, arry a large stock of ehureh goods and articles of (levotlon, school books :and supplies. Oil next Friday, Sep- tember 27. Mr. Debue will have his goods on exhibition at the Butler He- tel and he invites his friends to call f to see them. He has a beautiful line. i Mr..I. Cunningham of 310 Sixth ave- nue north, has returned to his studies at Grand Seminary, Montreal. After be pounds of eoffee or its equivalent; Hughes & Dunn, American Tea Co., Commercial Tea Co. and Rhodes Bros., five pounds coffee each or its equiva- h>nt; Coaster Tea Co., Cooper & Levy Kegley & Mchityre, two pounds each or Its equivalent; J. one snit of clothes; Lowman & Hart- ford, one toilet set; Hardy & Hall, one fishing rod; Golden Rule Bazaar, one game; Seattle Hardware Co., one pair dumb bells; E. W. Newhall & Co., twenty-five yards muslin; J. A. Baillar- geon, 100 yards ribbon; Lowman & a Hanford printed 1,000 badges; Metro- Quinn ( Herritt AT'I'(HtNEYS AT I.AW ,12,q New Y'ork llloek, Seattle, %Vash. Phone Mahl 8:IG. D. McDonald Carriage and Wagon Making GENERAL JOBBING HOItSESIIOEING 415-417 Wauhlngtou St., Seattle, Waih. vac.ation spent with his people, he polltan Printing Co. printed 7,000 dodg- A High-Class Family Resort. goes to complete his studies for the era; Felitz Tent and Awning Co., one WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY, priesthood. He is a young man of silk flag and staff; Union Hardware. those excellent qualities of mind and SEPTEMBER 22, heart so necessary to the life a self- one door bell; Whiten Hardware, one A Dollar and a Half Show at Popular sa(.riflce that a good priest leads. If pocket knife; Rainier Hardware, one Prices. the: world is to advance along the lines pocket knife; John B. Agan, twenty Charles E. Blaney's Big Extravaganza, of religion it mast t)e led by the sym- pounds butter; Adams Grocery, $1 su- i)athetic energies era mhllstry keenly gar and $1 coffee; German Bakery, fif- fill .=R 00:mal Drummer" responsive to the political and social teen leaves of bread; State Market, leg selltimcnts as well as religious needs el an intelligent people. Such, we be- lieve and pray, will he this young lllan. Mr. T. J. Ivers returned from his trip east last Saturday. After attending the International convention of For- esters he went to the Atlantic coast and visited the home of his father in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ivers met him at Salt Lake City, where they spent a few clays at the palatial home of Mr. and Mrs..lames Ivers. The kindnesses silown Mr. and Mrs. Ivers at Salt Lake, and the fact of his having Joined the lxnights of Colum- bus while there make that city the heat loved of all the cities visited. there, l As soon as Mr. Ivers catches up with . ]hustness inatters and has a little rest Father 1,e; Chesne of Vancouver, B. I h'+ will give an extended account of ( ,.. who a(:companied Ihshop Langevlnl ills visit. oil his Klondike tour. was the guest of I * * Rev. Father Bourke of Providence hos- The Rainier Hardware company, (:(;nsistlng of Mr. Mack Davis and Mr. bla. * W. D. McCarthy. manager of the E. XV. Newhall company, has returned flora New York, where lie has been for some weeks in the dry goods markets selecting goods for fall and whiter trade. J. P. Lavhi of the Mutual Life In- stiranee Co., has returned fronl an ex- tended stay hi British Cohimbla. He is looking for a few dozen able bodied men who will take Insurance in the company in the eountry. No man can prudently go without life insurance if he has a family depending upon him. The JAMES c.j. of mutton; Daulton Carpet Co., one lamp; Washington Tent and Awning Co., loan of tent. Jenkins' Shoe Co., ] pair ladies' shoes; Thos. Mcghmess, 5 eases pop; Spitznagle & Miller, keg orange cider; A Great All-Star Cast, Headed by JOHNSTONE BENNETT. Highest-salaried 1 arce-Comedy Organ- ization in Existence. Prices ............... 20c, 30c, 40c, 50c Deeds, Wills, Leases, Mortgages and Powers of Attorney prepared. Collec- tions attended to. Consultations Free Office itours--9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Room "B," Arlington Hotet, over Post- office. Telephone Main 926. if / : r i(E LLY :iD ' ." r i00nung and Stationery Co. 84-56 Washington Street. Printing. Binding. Ruling, Blank Book3, Engraving, Lithogravure, Embossing, 1); G." O'Brlen, both experienced hard- ware men. is one of the popular new firms ill Imsiness on Fh'st avenue. Mr. Davis is well known in business cir- Cles on the eoast and Mr. O'Brlen was in:ill last spring a popular salesman lot the George H. Woodhouse com- pany. They are receiving a generous lmtronage, which speaks well for their ahillty to meet the popular demand I'ev goo(I goods at reasonallle prices. SEATTLE COLLEGE NOTES. The first "'weekly eompetitton" of the year was held on Friday, Sept. 13, el, the "Pree, epts of Rhetoric and Theh' Applh'athJn," tn tile two classes of tile eollege course, poetry and lnt- manities. hi the elass of poetry the highest I,ereentage was won I)y Henry Carey, and in the class of humanities by Wil- liam Qulnn. At the first reading of class notes, Monday, September 16, tim following students distinguished themselves in theh. respective classes: Poetry--John Mootz, Henry Carey and Richard Morris. }hnnanittes--William Quinn and A1- I:ert Priekett. First Academic--Stephen McNamee. Second Academic--William Johnston and John Conners. Thh'd Academic--Ernest Desllets, .James Conroy, John McGinnis, John Kelly, h'a Kelly, Matthew Ryan and Frank Mori. Preparatory--Otis Maseall, Star Yo- cum and Fred Desilets. The first game of baseball, played under the new eage between the class- cs of lloetry and humanities against first, see'end and third academic, was won by the former by a score of 11 to 7, on Tuesday, September 17. The score by innings: College ........... 2 1 0 2 4 1 0 1 0 A('ademy ......... 0 1 0 0 2 ;1 1 2 0 R. E.B.H. College .................. 11 3 13 Academy ................ 7 4 11 Umpire, William Johnston, '07. WASHINGTON, Sept, :12.--Mgr. Ste- phan, director of Catholic Indian mis. sions since 1884, died here today. WANTI,'I A b,,y belonging Io the News- boys' lhilon Io sl+ll I.he (?ailiolle Progress. Call 9 u. ill. ,qlllurday. SANITARY PLUMBING A Specialty. HOUSE DRAINAGE Put in Properly. CLOSE ESTIMATES On All Contracts. D. B. Spllman Co. 6albrailb, Ba0n g0ml00n00 Dealers In I.IAY, GRAIN. FIA)UR and IeEID, I,IM1, PLASTICIt cud ('EMENT. Telephones--4rain Co., Main 525; Doe Main 526: ]hsl(lenee. Pink 771. 0ffiee cud Warehouse ..... Galbralth I)oMi IVOOI: Madlsou SI.reet. S(,sllle, Wash. PEOPLES' SAVINGSBAN ,'; (hipllal $1e0.oo(t, paid lip, with authorlt# Io hlCl'ellS(! (o ,'1,000,000, E, (!. Neufehlel' . ....... President J. R. IIayden .......... Cashier J. T. Greenleaf .... Anat. Cashier li Colnaiei'ch;Ll Savings and Trust, Genemlli [lllnklllg lllld ],]x(.hange. Washington Electric Supply & Mantel Co A, R. I'INKNI]Y, Manager. Mantels, tiles, grates, dynamos, motor repairing, aud colablnatlon fixtures, house wiring, gas mantels, ehlm- Beys, lamps, etc. 716 Third Ave Phone, Main T4.. Practical PI.mbcrs ,s Steam and Hot Water Heating. Telephone Black 1621. 215 Columbia St. Seattle, Wash. Trench abl Dllcadcs and Provisions O.r SPeCialtieS Pnone BUFP 72 A. PI(UDHOMMEAUX gash meal mallei 321 Pike St. Seal(l, W,a$1L Estaollshed 1891 +Vest Coast Commission company,  Irl ]ni . Seattle Woolen ili three melons; H. S. Emerson & Co., I1 rraycr 0000xs Matof::teU?; st; cWloOtYiLnNMaGkylyDS. two boxes plums; Chamberlain + llllll we earry all the dif- "'Offieeaand Warehouse, Seneca" Hamilton, one box pears; J. W. Go(l-lillll ferent kinds--Key of 1117 First Ave., bet. 8p & . sionWin' sOmecompany,lemons;threeCallforniamelons;Commis- iliA. D. i lllll Heaven, Manual of SEATTLE, WA; g, Blowers & Co., one box apples; Godon I Prayers, Sacred Heart ..... Manual, " ." "+" -. +*- + ".".- -* +" ++ ".".,",,".",,", +.- -." - -.-".. ..e+,,+ & Co., six melons; Nelson & Co., one I Jam Gill, 1 box eigars; Pidduck, Ross, ] r f . Melilorn Co. $1.50 sugar; Hendrix- I BEADS. ...AI... Briggs Co., 1-2 box lemons; German I Bakery, 206 Occidental Ave., cakes ! ' "' Pailiemeai000. ,+,,++,,o, .,<,+,+.ou.,,+ <+o.oo+ +' Lowman Hartford tort & Co.. lec. 9 Ellza Allen Starr, the well-known art critic, author and lecturer of Chicago, died while on a visit to her brother at Durand, lll. Miss Starr had a repu- tation throughout the world of art and especially will the world of Christian l't. mourn her death. Her home was a veritable art museum, and her life full of the highest cultnre. ..Piano Rilal.. Stationery and Printing Co. 616 FIRST AVENUE (Pioneer 8quire) called by the men the Swamp Angel. The gun took its name from the swamp in which it stood, and to move it through the boggy morass was an en- ginee.ring feat of extreme difficulty. However, the commanding officers were determined to have the gun brought within range qf Charleston and issued orders to that effect. At the same time they sent word to the eugineer having the matter in charge of requisition without regard to trou- ble or expense for anything necessary to accomplish the desired object. His first requisition called for men twenty. six feet six inches in height Another offt(.er promptly took the matter in charge, from which it can readily be deduced that it is not a paying invest. sent to matte Jokes in the army at the expense of your superiors." THE CONVERT. 1 "The bonvert!" How lightly is that little word spoken, as though signify- ing nlerely the passage from One church to another! But how much it stands for! For what agonizing wrest- hngs and torture of mind, unseen an( unknown! What rending and bend. ings of the conscience! What strug- gles and calls lollg resisted and final- ly obeyed! What tearing of the heart- strings! How awful and almost cruel disregard for famlly ties and 'interest --the light and truth having to be pur- chased often at the sacrifice of all that is dear in the world. How many a noble soul--says one Vicar or curate--has had to go through Gas Ranges and 6as Water Heaters At Manufacturers' Prices. Seattle lias & Electric CO. 214 Cherry St. : : : l'hoae Mahi 96 John W. Roberts. M.D. Leehey. ROBERTS & LEEHEY, Lawyers, 704 New York Block, Seattle, Wash. Main 385. JOHN J. POWER GEN ER.I. CONTRACTOR. Box 4, Builders' Exchange, N. Y. Blk. I WHY DO THE PEOPLE OF SIA'IPL 1 PATRONIZE 00]0bn It. 00klcn Because He Carries the Bet Line of u.r, bs, Rnd reamrv 600ls In the State 822 Western Ave. Seattle, We. SEEN TItE NEW - - 00.r,s $t.dlo DOWNS BLOCK 705 8eoond Ave, Tel. Blue, 341 Office I,'elitz Tent & A wnhlg CO. D. MeGOVERN, $o$0r Co '1. I+. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAGE. ' SEATTI,I':, WA[4. AN EN I)()WM I,.'NT POLICY i'n tile MIVI'UAI, IAVE INS. CO ()F N. Y. [, the lVery best hiveiDnent veil could nlake J. P. Lavin Spl. Agt. MUTIIAI, I,IFE BIYILI)ING WOOD AIRTIGHT HEATERS 18 in. Clipper ................... $$.$ 21 in, Clipper ................... $.$0 :18 in. Yuma ..................... 5.60 21 in. Yuma ..................... 7.00 24 in. Yuma ..................... 8.00 COLUMBIA ROTARY AIR-TIGHT HOT BLAST, FOR COAL. No. 16 ........................ $10.00 No. 12 ........................ $12.60 No. ;19 ........................ $16.00 Ernst Bros. , 506 PIKE STREET. Mack Davis. the agonyofwitnesslngthetearsand I00ainier l00ardwar 10o miseries of wife and little children, 1 whom he was., leading away to priva- tion and starvation! What could be finer than martyrdom--that sealing of A FULL LINE OF conviction by such sacrlflee!--From "Fifty Years of Catholic Progress in England," by Percy Fitzgerald. SUBGCRIBE FOR THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. SUBS,RIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR. ADDRE0S,104 WAGH. INGTON ST. 6ncral and B,lldcrs' ar d w are MECHANICS' TOOLS CUTLERY GUNS AMMUNITION AND SPORTING GOODS. All New aud Well-Assorted Stock at Reasonable Prices. 1121 First Ave. Phone Main 81 --BY-- Miss Adrienne La.ger Late of New York Assisted by Seattle Artlsts. SEATTLE THEATRE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1901. 'J iekcts 50 Cts. Reserved Seats 75 Cts. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an- nual nleeting of the stockholders of tile Victory Copper Minirlg company, a corporation organized and existing un- der the laws of Washington. will be held at the principal office of said cor- poration, ?05 New York block, Seattle, Kng County, Washington, at 4 o'clock p. m. of Saturday, October 5, 1901, for the election of a board of seven trus. tees, and for the transaction of all +ueh lnmlness as may properly come before a meeting of the stockholders. Notice dated September 9, 1901. M. D. LEEHEY, Secretary. ARMY JOKES WITH A MORAL. L. A. wansoa of Chicago, an ex- army officer, in speaking yesterday at the Grand hotel of some amusing inci. dents that had come under his notice in his army career, said: "During the Civil war, for some rea- son, they were anxious to move troops up the Tombigbee river. Word was sent to the engineer in that district, asking what it would cost to run up the Tombigbee. That official got gay and reported that the Tombigbee ran down and not up, a Joke that promptly landed his head in the basket, as the matter was serious. "At the bombardment of Charleston it was extremely desirable to bring to bear on the city an extra heavy gun b A