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i r News of the City and the State. SARED HEART PARISH. [ HOLY NAMES ACADEMY. J At the first reading of class-notes The first social of the season for the I on Monday, ()el. (;, at the new Acad- members of the Sacred Heart parish emy of the Holy Names on Broadway, was held in Sareed Heart Hall last the following young ladies disting. Wednesday evening. The attendance uished themselves by timir high aver- was considered good for the beginning ages in their respective classes: of a series of card games and literary Third Academic-- programs. The hall is very conven- Constance Macdonald. Mary Morris. lent an,1 comfortable, fitted up for stage l .... I ouz.n Acaemmze-- performances as occasion nmy require. [ Clara Ford, Nora McNamee Utility has been kept in miud by thai Ei,ilth Grade . g .  -- Fathers m all the improvements/ Rose Neuman, Bessie PrickerS, that havebcennmde. The newschool/Kathezine Po,,;z ' is the live subject with them at pres- [ Seventh G*ade" ant and as soon as the preliminaries" ._  _ ......... .....  Gaynor, llar,]e mcgee, mary are arranged the work will be begun Padden. in earnest. The winners of prizes at the social were, gentlemen's first Gee. Grant: second Jasper Erner; ladies' first, Mrs. BratS; ladies' second, Miss Min- nie Marshall. The prizes are of prac- tical use and of considerable value. After the game refreshments were serv ed, so that each one felt doubly paid for being present. ST. MARY'S PARISH. The members of St. Mary's l)arish will hold'a fair for the benefit of the new clmrch during the first week in November. It will be held iu the room that will be occupied by the Cal- ifornia Fruit House in the Arcade Block. Sixth Grade-- Heleu1urphy, Carmalita Thornton Clara Wabranshek, Marie Ryan, Mar- garet Donovan. Fifth Grade-- Frances Markey, Justine Pessemier, Alice Fairbairn, Julia Haberkorn. Fourth Grade-- Frances McGee, Nellie Conners. Third Grade-- Leonella Padden, May Gill, Lucille Delsman, Katie Schwal'zbauer. Second Grade-- Mary Sullivan, Laura Mootz. TACOMA. Rev. Father H. Deiehman of La Conner was the guest of Very Rev. Father Hylebos last Wednsday. TH . bArHOLIC PROGRESS. Egg and Phosphate. 1 lb., 25 cents. Ask Your Grocer. CRESCENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY ing the evening. The Armory Hall is the largest in the city and i was well reputed owners of, and all l)ersons un- filled with the Foresters and their in- known, claiming or having an interest vited friends. Over one hundred couples took ])art in the grand march and fully as many more enjoyed them- selves at other amusements. Mr. Michael Kelly assisted as ticket agent during the evening and as soon as the musicians left the stage he took posses- sion of it and kept the audience in one continual roar of laughter while he danced several Irish dances accompan- ied by his 'own music. He finished with some comic a.ud sentimental songs, and as he lets the stage he was presented with a beautiful bouquet ,'of flowers by Mrs. King. All 1)resent en- joyed themselves until 1:30 a. m. when they left for their homes wishing the Foresters wouhl give these entertain- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF W XSItINGTON FOR KING. COUNTY. No. 36773. NOTICE AND SUIIMONS. J. T. Ronald, Plaintiff, vs. Washing- ton Patchiu and Mary E. Patehin, husband and wife, and Isaac 5]:. Dram and John Doe Dunn (whose true name i to the plaintiff unknown), partners under the name and style of Isaac M. Duun & Co., and any and all persons unknown, if any, having or claiming Best an interest or estate in and to the here- inafter described real property, De- fendants. THE STATE VF WASHINGTON .,"'e to Washington Patchiu and Mary E. Patchin, husband and wife, Isaac M. Dunn and John Doe Dunn (whose true name is to plaintiff unkuown), part- ners under the name and style of M, Dram Co.. who are tim owners or or estate in and to the hereinafter de- scri=ed real property. You and each of you are hereby no- tiffed that the above named plaintiff, 3. T. Ronald, is the holder of a cer- tain delinqueut tax certificate, No. B144(;7, issued by the treasurer of King County, Washington, embracing the following real estate proDerty situated in King County, Washington, and more partieullrly described as followsl, to- wit:- The West 4.11 acres of the North 9 11 acres of the Northwest quarter (N. W. :!) of the Northwest quarter The Jenkins $3.50 Shoe For Men and Women. TICIETS TO ALL l Points East %  V 1 A Ever Sold in Seattle. Jenkins Shoe Co. 519 Second Ave., near James St. We do all kinds of repairing. DANCING CLASSES. Monday and Friday Prof. Willson's School. Ranke Hall. Privatelessons daily. COAL Delivered promptly Nut $2.75; Lump $3.75 OTHER VARIETIES AT RIGHT PRICES. Phone Red 9551 Philip Sheridan JOHN J. POWER GENERAl. CONTRACTOR. Box 4, Builders' Exchange, N. Y. Blk. Residence, 813 Tenth Ave., Seattle. (N. W. t4 ) of Section 1, Township 26 Telephone Pink 1041. North, Range 8 East, W. M. That the said certificate was issued Shortest, Quickest Line ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO. AND ALL POINTS EAST Through Palace and Tourist Sleparl Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars DAILY TIIAINS; FAST TIME; SERVICI AND SCI..'NPI[Y UNEQUALLED. For Rates. Folders and Full lnformatlol regarding Eastern Trip, call on or addrea|, S. G. YERKES, A.B.C. DENNISTON, C. 1'. & T.A. G.W.P.A. 612 FIRST AVENUE. SEATTLE, WASH. Tel. Black 1621. Sole Agency for Wheeler & Wilson Domestic H. HANSON Carry Supplies for all Makes.of Ma- chines and Repair Them Promptly. 215 COLUMBIA STREETASI..L / SEATTLE, - - - . : Nesqnally court of the Catholic Or- dre of Foresters has made a very neat present to St. Mary's parsonage. A committee consisting of 5I. J. Nist Gem'ge Grant and J. P. Gleason was aI)pointed by i the court to Iurnish a room in the pars(range and were giv- en the privilege of lurnishing the bishop's apartments. The gift is one tlzat is mutt1 appreciated by every member of the parish and especially by Rev. Father Metz woo is the chap- lain of Nesqually court. CITY NEWS. Mr. Clemens Kuel, of Baring, Wash. was in the city on I)usiness Mondq.y and nmde this office a pleasant call. Along with school furniture and, school supplies, Chalmmn Bros. & Co. have put in a stoek of safesofall sizes. They carry the National Safe of Clove- land, O. Mr. D. J. Kano whose saw mill was destroyed by firoa few weeks ago was in the city this week hurrying ar- rangenlents for the equipment of a new phmt. His mill was at Prairie, Wash. Much of the lmnl)er used in the construction of the larger blocks was funished by him. Mr. Frank Walsh of Everett spent Monday in the city. Mr. M. M. Carraher returned to the city Monday irom a trip to Notre Dame, Indiana where he took his son to enter the University. 'ather Boules of Whateom was in the city early in the week. CARD OF TIIANKS. The Sisters of the Academy of tim Holy Names, 1120 Broadway, desire to express their thanks to Mrs. A. Hambach and friends for their gra- cious hal l} towards 1)aying the interest due on tlm deht of their building. PROF. MORRIN'S Academy of Languages and Busi- ness College. Pupils prepared for all exams. Positions guaranteed. He- glected pupils a specialty. 109 Yesler Way. 'Phone James i]551. Kelly { J, James Priotiog aod Stationery (50. 1 Wash. ington Street Printing, Binding, Ruling, Blank Books, Engraving, Embossing: Lithogravur. A Specialty made of Artlstic Commercial PRINTING. $ $ $ On October the 20 the Catholic Or- der of Foresters will visit their broth- er Foresters at Seattle. $ $ * The social given by the ladies of St. Leo's church at the Elks' IIall was a financial success. Ahout one hundred couples were present who had a very enjoyable time. * * Mr G. Wuest. has returned tronz the Yakima fair. ments often. The gross receipts of the m.tertainment were 8100.25. The ex- penses were about $50.00 which will leave a nice balance to be divided be. tween the two courts. The varim{ committees in charge of the entertain- ment wish to tbauk iu the name of the Foresters all their friends who patron- ized them on this occasion. Mr. John A. 5larz returned from a trip_to Yakima and Vancouver. Mrs. J. N. IIermsen left for Port- land, ()re., on Mond..ty evening. She was called away by the serious Mr. and Mrs. Morris and attended the Puyallup fair. $ * * Mi's. Delaney ires moved on the east side of Tacoma. Last Friday evening a pleasant sur- prise party was given Mrs. John i Mc- Devitt tit her new hon)c. Under the leadership of Mrs. Ed. family of her sister, Miss Daisy Fleming, who resides in that city. Costello and Mrs. 3I. L3mam many Sund'zy on a shor bnsiness tril). friends gathered there, and spent a very agreeable evening. Mrs. Me- William McDonald who iias been Devils wus also the recipient ot sever- confined in St. ,loseph's Hospital dur- al substantial presents, ing the past nmnth will soon be able to go to his home at Everson. f COLES ,0, BLAST Heating Stoves; Coles HOT  l BLAST will keep fire 24 hours l with one bucketful, of coal. t"i : li for  Guaranteed to save one-third of your coal bill. ,.. ERNST BROS.  :0212k:st. Phone John 2881  ---"'==" Miss Ellen Cunningham and Miss Lizzie Grenlieh who were visiting ml}lieation of this notice and summons, friemls in Puyallup and at the state exclusive of the dayof first publication, to-wit: within sixty days after tim fair at Yakinm, returned home lIon- day evening. 10th day of October, 1!102, and defend the above entitled ation in tim above Father Boulet went to Seattle on entitled court, or pay the amount due, sum of $7.00 for the delinquen taxes for the years 1895 and 1896. That on the 1st day of October, 1902, plaintiff paid the County Treasurer of King Comity aforesaid on account of taxes due on said real estate above de- scribed for the years subsequent to said year 1896, 0ze following sums: For the year IS')7, $1.80; for the year 1898, $1.28; for the year 189!1, $1.38; for the year 1.q00, $1.32; the year 1!)01, $1.35, which several sums bear interest at the rate of 15 per cent. per annum from date of pay- ment. You and each of you are hereby di- rected and sumumned to appear within sixty days after the day of the first together with the costs. In case you fail so to do judgment will be rendered foreclosing the lien for said taxes and costs against the real prol)erty, lands and premises herein named. J. T. Ronahl, Pl'mitiff. ""0 f [ nuj, i,] :1 ',g :ig-q TEA AI00[IEEco[F'EE CO. Miss May Dixon sl)ent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. 5I. Garrity. Miss May Caslmmn is going to at- tend business college. Mrs. J. P. Foley, Mrs. M. Garrity, Miss May Dixon and Miss Florence Garrity attended the Puyallup fuir Saturday. $ * $ The, Washington Manufacturing Co. of this city is now owned by Mr. Aug. Von Boecklin and P. A. Baillargeon Mr. P. A. Ballargeon has bought out the interests el J. E. ttasbrouck and M. J. Callaghan, who were Mr. Yon :Boecklen's partners in the business. The company will continue under the same name, Mr. Aug. Von Boecklin being presi0.ent and treasurer and P. A . Bailhu'geon, secretary and mana- ger. Mr. Von Boecklin states that the company is doing a very sut}stan- Sial qmsiness. The devotions of the Forty Hours at the IIoly Rosary church closed last Tuesday evening. Quite a number of One of the results of the socal and entertainmen given by the Cathohe Order of Foresters is tlmt several ap- plications for membersihl) are in sight. WINNING PEOPLE'S CONFID[NCE,. D. S. JOHNSTON C-O. S BIG [XPANSION SALE IS BEING LIBERALLY PATRONIZED. l:emember that in our big st(:)ek of pianos are included suoh well known makes as (,.H[CIIs[ING & SONS,, Noted for Pure SPICE5 KIMBALL, I-IOBART M. CABLE, EVERETT. Mr. W. and Mr. E. Walsh lef last wem for a visit to New York. Mrs. G. Cleary and clfihh'en were/ B Snohomish visitors Saturd'ty. Father Boules of Whatcom was thel guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vealsh, i Sunday evening. I I Mrs. Thonms Difltey is seriously ill at her home on Colby Ave. Mrs. Sidly who has been ill for some l time is convalescing. Mrs. John Ore wa a Snohomish vis- itor last Wednesday, he guest of Mrs. people were present. In the procession E. Kain. around the church many children and sonic lllenl bers of the different socie- ] I Mr. and Mrs. P. ttaves former resi- ties connected with the church patici- pated, dents of Everett have returned from the Big Bend country and will make Everett their home for tlm winter. The many friends of Mr. T. Rice re 1)leased to ]tear of his recovery after a prolonged illness. $ $ $ Tlmre are devotions every evening in this chureh during the month of October in honor of the ]Messed Virgin. They consist of saying the rosary aad instruction, all in the German lan- g qtge. $ * $ Mrs. Kellogg and children attended the Valley fair. WHATCOM. The social and entertainment given by the combined Catholic Orders of Foresters on Friday evening, Oct. 3rd, in the Arm3ry Hall was a social and financial success. The ladies served Ice cream and other refreshments dur- Next Wednesday afternoon the W. C. O. F. will hohl a social session. All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. A. J. Tennant, Attorney for the PEASE, D. S. JOHNSTON CO., and Plaintiff, P. O. Addess: Rooms 501--2 many others, and in order to force Mutual Life Bldg., Seattle, King Co. matters and shorten time as much as Wash, possible we have cut the prices from one-third to half from the retail ])rices. Date of first lmblication October 10, JUST STOP AND THINK"  OF IT! 1902. Thoroughly reliable, well made and fully warranted new u])right pianos, with a.ll the latest improvements, fresh Mr. and Mrs. I0. Walsh were Seattle visitors Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. E. J. Dwyer visited in Seattle last week. I I CAR of STEEL RANGES; from the faetories, and good for a life- time, in wrious fancy woods, that sell regularly for from $325, $350 to $375 now SJt)5 to $220 and $240. New ORGANS ahnost CUT IN TWO. Second hand ones for a mere song. All Instruments Sold on EASY PAY- MENTS when desired. Every instru- ment GUARANTEED to be as repre- sented. SMALL INSTIeUMENTS. We have the largest stock in the city Dz'. Marion and family haxe gone East of the mountains to reside. , I CAR of HEATERS & CAST STOVI!;S I CAR of BEDROOM SETS 60 ROLLS of CARPET We must do BUSINESS to pay our freight and will sell you goods CHEAPER than any other First Class and are selling them at nearly ]mlf price. American and European makes. D. S. JOHNSION CO. 903 Second Ave. FORLEASE. A 50 Room.Hotel, just being fin- Store in the City. IF YOU WANT A ished, at Smith's Cove, nea the new BAIGAIN YOU WILL COME AND Gas Works and the Caret Northern SEE OUR PRICES. Docks. Apply of Mr. John O'Leary, i- 1006 f n'st Avenue. DAULTON CARPET CO. Cor. 1st Ave. & Sln'ing st. LOST:--An Elks' Carnival watch fob was lost at the Orl)lmns' Picnic The OLDEST CARPET HOUSE in last hursday. Finder will please phone Ied 1.13(;. the State. American 5avinos Bank AND TRUST COMPANY' Northeast corner Second Ave. and Madison. SEATTLE. Capital Stock .... $200,000.00 4 per cent Interest Imld on deposlts. Savings Accounts received of $1.00 and Upwards. TRUSTEES. JAMES A MURRAY, President. MICItAEL FARLES. J.C. FORD. "rr FOR REN I :--A large front room with alcove in a Catholic her House has all modern imporvem, and oonvenienees. Avory ehoic cation, 231.1, Fourti Ave. FOR SALE Bakery aud groerey for s rooms in rear of store. small expense. This opportunity for any get a good business re W. D. McCARTHY. FRAND McDERMOTT. son for sale ill health. J, J. HAGGERTY. JOHN W. ROBERTS. I J. P. GLEASON. W.V. LAWLOR, 1 Address (3, r2are of Vice-Preident. Cashier. F. J.GRIBBIN, Manager. 2131 Pirst Avenue Te]eohone, Red 742E JOHN T. CASEY, Attorney at Law,, 406 Pacific Block, Next to the U. S. Land Office. L and Office Practice and damage ean promptly attended to. Nlcbohls Sehm]tt, 706 Lenora ,mr. J. R. Parker, not:ary public, resh]ene Ito(el Vh'giMa. PARKER & SCHMITT, Lawyero and Proctors in Admiralty. Practice In nil State and l,ede].al Courts 412 J'ACII'IC BLK. SEATTLE, %rASH. ST. MARTIN'S COLLEGE LACEY, WASHINGTON. Boarding School for Boys -- Full Clussical and Commercial Courses For Particulars Apply to RE V. DIRECTOR, Est. 1895 St. Martin's College. Laeey, Wash. ., de]' Zodf/o[7. eYeA.ct A///wc/,; 4