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6 THE CATHOLIC PROGRESS. I e,q L News of the City and the State" CITY NEWS Miss Grace Dwyer is at Blaine the guest of Mrs. DL Veitler. Sire will not return o Seattle till Christmas. Mrs. Gee. Tripp spout a few days in Tacoma last week. Miss Hmrmgton el Oakland, Ol,,is visiting Mss Lou Dwyer and will re- main till after Thanksgiving. Misses Mttry and Sadie Kirby were in Tacoma visiting tlmir cousins last Sunday. Miss Nora Oonneli visited her sister in Tacoma erly this week. James C. Ford is absent from tile city on business. He will visit Sell Fraueiseo and other points. E. O .Burke is confined to iris home enffe ring from  severe cold. Mrs. J. B. Beltinck of Tenth ave- nue,,is confluod to her bed at Prov)- dmce hospital suffering froma severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Beltinek are recent arrivals in Seattle. Mr. Bel- ti.uek has ellarge of tile a&apos;lvertising del)artmout of the P. I. M. J Council. who has been at Prey ilence hospital for some trois, was able o be taken to iris home this week. He is gradually recovering iris hoaltiD and strength. Ou Thursday cveni.g lsat Mr. and Mrs. (Hmrles Crowley oI Fourteenth avenue, entertained ia honor of Mr. Jacoby ef San Francisco. A sumi)tu ous dinner wts serwd in the spacious dining rooms, covers being laid for four t;etm. Those who participated were: M:r. and Mrs. Winmiller. Mr. and :irs. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs, ]row. Icy, Misses Gosli,g, Widmer, Lcuven. worth. Wimniller. Messrs. Javoby, Gongdon, Lawler and Widmer. Mu- sic aud cards wereiudulged in during the evening. Last Friday evenillg quite u party ofyoungjpeol)le gaOlared at tile honm of Miss tul Fal-lon. where the eves- ing was enjoyably spent blaying whist Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. MeHale of Chicago arrived in the city Wednes- day for a brief visit and ale guests at the Hotel Cecil Mr MeHale is the auditor of tim High Court of tile Cath- olic Order of Foresters, a position he has held for tide past seven years, He is also the auditor of tile Brunswick Balke Go, and is ntaking a tour of the coast visitia the various branches ot this house. Timy will go from here o Per(laud and 'Frisco, thence eas by the southern route. Both Mr. and Mrs. MeHale express flmmselves as very much deligllted with Seattle. Mr. J. F. Sullivan of Spokane, ter- ritorial deputy of the K. of C. for Washington, arrived in tim city Wed- nesday evening to consult with Mr. J. J. German, te organizer, and perfect arrangements for tim institution of the council at Everett. Last Sunday a number of the Knights of Columbus of Tacoma came over to l)artieipae in the parade and act as an escort to tim Archbmhop. Anmng tlmm we noted Messrs. E. J. Walsh,T. J. Beghn, James A, Garvey, John Lancaster, Rene Modus, J.W. Lynch, H.J. Pessemier, J. H. Mc- Menamin and J. B. Tornes. The Hibernians of Tacoma have extended an invitation to the divimons of Seattle to initiate a largo class --be. tween 40 and 50--now on tile waiting list. Several weeks ago a delegation front Tacoma witnessed (tie initiatory work of the local team aud were deep- ly impressed with tim manner m which it was carried out. It is very likely that the initiation invitation will be ateepted at the next meetiltg of tile local divismns. Jas T. Lawler is in Olympiu where he will argue tile case of Patrick J. Careyrespondent, vs. Gustave Her(el and Frederick Her(el, al)l,ellauts, now peuding in the Supresme Court. Tim subject matter ef the contIoversy is the iufant ctdhi o! rest)endear and the proces resorted to to recover the child wus a writ of habeas corpus. Mr. Carey desires to have tim child placed under the at(re of tim Sisters ot tile House of the Good Sheplmrd. in which many proved vcty ])rotioJent. TIDe Drill Team ef Star of the Sea Miss MiDmie Marshull carried off the co-r( wilt give a social dancing parl.y honors, how,ver, and Mr John For- in Estey's Hull, 2320!, First avenue tans was the recipient of the eonvola- on next Thursday cveanv4, Nov. 17. A cordial invitation is oxtefided to friends lion prize. After partaking of a dell. who will enjoya plasunt evening. cious luncleon.sorved in tim usual de- lightful svle o the hostess, all tie- Mrs. J. M. Murphy has returned parted with tim feeiiug that tbey had f,'mn Lverett, where she has been for been foes( eharmiagly eutentained, some montiDs. E. 3. Walsh of Tacoma Council of tim K. of (3. spent Sunday aua Monday iu tle city. lie w:ts very enthusiastic over the outhmk ter the growth of the order in bm vicinity, lie attributes the euth.,siasat manifested by tide members in lal'ge measure to tim ex- sellout Initiatory work of the deree teams, euupled with tim fine persounol of the organization. 'rile officers are -gra'la,dly beeomiug familiar with their respective duties, lies(areal, and as so)u as their paraphernalia arrives they will un lertake the work of exem- olitying tide first degree to a large class of candidahs. "'It is iloped," l,e eoatiuued. "tha during the winter months the mombersof both councils haoomo better acquainted with each ell.or. Tacoma( (Jouncil will turn out tearer* to attend the exemplitica- tioa of She degrees at Everett on Sun- day, Nov. 22nd." DANOING GI.ASSE. Mgnday and FriJay Prof. Willson s THE SODALITY SOOIAL. Tile social meeting of the sodality ef the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Im- maculate Conception Church, whici was held on Tuesday evemng Nov. 10, was a very enjoyable affair, About 50 persons were preson notwithstand- ing the inclement weather. Y. M. I. BALL. Tbeauuua[ November ball of the Y. M. [. will be giveu on Tuesday even- ins, November 24, in Ohristenson's Hall. As this isoonsidered tls mos delightful aunuaI party given by iuvi. tution many inquiries are made .con- c(rping invitations. These may be bad by addressing tile committee at 813 Third avenue. GOOD BOOKS IN PUBLIO LIBRARY. ,,.As te long evenings have come School. ltanke Flail. Private lemons daily. WANTED--In a small family a com- petent cook and general housekeeper. The place is permanent and most desir- able. For information call up The Catholic Progress office, PriDttOg aD4  ryoftlm Papacy by Crei..ton; De t Vere's Poems; Adrift(Essays) by Dor- [ -'  F- g{n Tim regular bi-mnuthly meetiug of division No. 1 was hel 9 in the usual , st=t place Sunday evening, the 8th ins(, | Iatle$, Bladlag, Rqlk$,. Nmk Books, Brother O'Oasey presiding. Tim meet- 'avlag, og, [.lmavu ins was, perhaps the largest and most A Specialty ma&.,.d , Cumum influential ever hed in this oomparia. lively new city. The A. O. H. is now well under way t many are at aloss just what class of reading to pursue and we believe it will be helpful to give tile names of a few Catholic books each week that may be fouud in the public library. To read these books will encourage the managenmnt of that institution to provide more books written by Gatho- lies and for Catholics. Tiffs list will be added to eaoi week :- St. Augustine's complete works; Balmss European Civilization; His(o- THE WHOLESOME CRE$C[00I' E0000.Phosphatc ,o umptlon demonstrates its superla- tive merits and wholesomeness. ONE POUND 25 CTS in Seattle and bids fair to rival some ot the larger cities of tim east. Some 50 members odd put in appeaxanee at tim meeting, while fully a dozen new members were enrolled and a ires( of applications were trended in. After the usual routine business was disposed of the members congratulated themselves upon the showing which, under very great disadvautages, they had made at the late Cathedral Fat,. Tim ladies in charge of tle Hibernian booth iu particular are deserving of all praise. Last Sunday's parade in conneeti )n with the dedication of the Sacred Heart school also came in for mutual relict(at(cos. Althougi tide A. O. H. are merely humble working men it has been observed by tim highest authori- sumi)tion. Mrs. W. T. Kelleher, who has been confined to her home for several days on account of illness, is convalescing. Mr. Michael Kelly exoects to leave tomorrow for San Jose, Gal.,where be will remain until spring. Tile Lady Foresters entertained a large nubmer of their friends royally with a social ou Tuesday evening. Nov. 10, at the Daw hall on Holly street. After the routine business of the G O. F. had been transacted the lodg3 room was given over to the la- dies and their guests, who proceeded to make things lively with a program of vocal and instrumental music, dec- lamations, etc., after which a delecta- ble lunch of clloiee viands was served whiol regaled all present to their hearts' content, An effort will be made to give these socials _onee each month to bring tim Catholic people closer together and promote a more friendly feeling and close relation- shi 1) so (liar strangers within our gates --who are numerous--may have an op- portunity of meeting their neighbors. This party was no exception to tim rule of of (bose given in tile past by tim ladies and was a success in every detail, while new laurels were added to tim instigators of tile scheme. All who attended imd a most enjoyable time, The assemblage dispersed at I 1 :,30 THE BEST ., SHOE In all the new LEATHERS The Jen--s Shoe Co. SECOND AV & MARION 417 PIKE STREET OPTICAL CO 417 EYES EXAMINED FREE Wth  Instrument the latest  known to a.d est , seie,,ee Ilke Street " G A Llndauer between d & 5  .... Eye Specialist _ - _ _ . REDUCED RATES FROM THE EAST to Puget Sound viaNmthern Pacific up to November 30th. If you ttaveany friends coming West, just mention the Northern Pacific as tile route to tae and you will be doing timm a fiwor. No line can afford them MCCARTHY DRYGOODS 2nd Avenue & Madison St. better'aooommodutions or lower rates, ahd remember it has thrce Overland trains daily. Only $25.00 from St. &I'"'''*'''t'- L"  Paul, and $33.0fi from Chicago. All information regard to rates, routes. !t! ' Assumption court'No. 541, W. G. O. ore,, at the N. P. Oity Office, Seattle. F. is rapidly increasing in member- ? e: t 5 ties in the Catholic Church timt timy shil). They initiated three members - - - are the backbone of Catholicity in this on last Tuesday and they expect to in- M A N T E L S I country, mtd the parade on Sunday itiate three more at tlmir next meet- . last would seem to sustain tlm flatter- ing. " L0'A i),O ins enoomium. V: Thein woodMOStandArtistictile in theLine of :!!, _o .v.vc, x.,.:::::, ", ,. M(re pretentious societies whose MANTELS - showing could be counted on the fin- . 5Or_'oOOa 6" gers of one iDand, were conspicuous by city, their abseuoe. This should not be. Mrs. J. Foran was given a surprise NOVEL DESIGNS, HIGHEST FINISH V . .0" ,$ Ttto Catholics of Seattle have long house warming on Friday evening been handicapped and ostracized both at her new home on South Norton. We submit Slmcial sketches for your lolemically and educationally and A large party of friends came iu and oansideration. ...... ,.Io,:=:I:::.::::,;:::.;::.::;::;: it is high time that they should spent a pleasant evo,.ng. Refresi,- Washington Fixture g Mantel Co come OUt and show tllqmselves, meats were served and before leaving 716,3rd Ave Phones Main & Ind.74.5 eoughli Tim priests of tile pro-euthedral, tim guests presented Mrs. Foran with Johf 812 3rd kv fl Practical sieee their advent in the city, by their a handsome willow rocker. - - - Plumber and Gas Fitter indefatigable exerttons and untiring SPECIAL--For a iirs class job of Contractor for zeal have revolutionized tile all bet Miss Mae Donneliy celebrated her paper-hanging or painting drop a note Steam and Hot Water Apparatus and Hot Air Furnaces. effete Catholic sentiment of this o)ty 15th birthday on 7ov. 4th, with a to E. J. McGarrigle, 214/1/,, Virginia Pimn6s Main 295 & Ind. B, I809 and have galvanized into a new exis- dinner party at her home on Sou(it street. Satisfaction guaranteed at a (once our tneoherent and scattered Maple. Covers ware laid for ]5 reasonable price 812 THIRD AVE. SEATTLE u'nils. They are deserwng of all - - - "" -- -  1)raise and are worthy of the aid and Miss Beaver fornxeriy of Ewn'et' ''''':' **```.F.`:`#``*I``.`.*``*.`'`".:`-.``:`.`[` olics.peratinfallwell'meaningCati"nwaresidenttS'kane'spentTues'A desultory eon vorsation took place neliday inon theEverett eity visitingavenue.,Mrs, J. O'Gon- I "} RHEUMATISMc0000 BE CU00ED i!i,.ii with reference to the grievous want of ,The Dry Hot Air Process a Boy's Oatholio Industrial School. Mr. and lKrs. Theodore Walthers left Preparations are now perfected in Tuesday for Silverton wimre they will Does The Work rogar0 to the commemoration of tide reside, they are well known socially | Manchester Martvrs and will take and will be missed by their many The fact has been demollstrated that DRY IIOT AIR tins CURED after every other means has failed. The most rational and the plainest solution of the place on an early day.Communicated friends, constitutional effect of highly heated currents of DRY HOT AIR upon the ha- ? man sysiem is that it sthnulates a fall and" corn )lets aetlon of the heart, it given resiliency l.o the blood conducting vessels, restoring perfect nutrition, which Ill itscH: means restoration to health. The heated blood dissolves the uric acid cry- WHATCOM about lals nnd even the calcified matter, so that under the stimulating lnfluenee of this treatment they are eliminated through the natural ehannels twenty of her young friends with an Item's--9 to 6 daily. Evenings--Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 7 to 9. Sun- evening party celebrating her 15th day by appointment. The Hygeia Companv, 58 Arcade Bldg. Sunset Phone, John 1461. Mr. J. J. German was in tim city birthday at her home on Cedar street. **,,,**,*,..  ,o,,.t.u.I,.4.4.,.., .,.,,q,... , o .* .  ,* last week for the purpose of organiz- Music and a series of games afforded ingacouneilof the Knights of Co]urn- much pleasure to the guests. Dell bus. A meeting was held iu Eagle eious refreshments were served by  'X..'L**2C:)(._.;).@X',.*.o.J,.'(.X5 hall witb a fair attendance, Mr. Gor-Mrs. Riee, assisted by Mrs. Hopkius J0wa Butter Store H 0 L I Ill man expressed himself as being well and 3/Irs. Oleary. The guests departed pleased with the prospects of institut- wishing the yomg hostess many hap- inga[couneiiin Whatoom, and will PY retm'ns f the day Fresh IowaButter21b "5c I00IB00KSI return later iu the interests of the or- ,, Dairy ,, perlb 25c dor. The ladies ot the oongregation met r, Ranch Eggs 2 doz 55c :"1 -1- I,111 largest Stock I'n at St. Geoelia's Hall, Tuesday after- (;I4 SECOND AVE. .__rLs B,aine last woek where sho had been was urned into the ohuroh fund from on a visit of several days to her moth- the"year'scolleetion. The ladies will ooks Rosaries, > er, Mrs. Bollew, who now resides in be through with ti, e wink cn tim 2nd !U ..I'bU[IIrLL GU. the International City. of December. , i S L,S. STA,ONE : ILOWMAN & ltANFORB CO. .. i ARTISTIC PRINTING .  I01fi FIRST AVENUE --  BLA NK BOOKS  .-o.. o-,.,- .... :, *.)'X,*"f.L. Ohas. Braden returned last week It is expeoted tl,at the parisb will I,e D,nny.Coryall Co, 716 ,r,, Elaterite Roofng... 00oa,,oC0 from Gribbell Islan6, B, (3., where im divided soon, The anouneemennt will had spent the past four months, be made officially on Sunday and work "I"#"'''*:*'t''I"I'I'"$'*'$' will commence soon on a new church. "-- O0000000000C)O000CXOCYOOC Mr. Hary George of Seattle is in the MRS. ANNA G. BOYLE, $ ttl Teacher of Piauo Forte Studio and i O,Real [state * & Insurancea arge. oitythisweeonavisittoi,isfami,y, ea e Woolen Company eside,,cn ,., Tweif,h Avenue H P L F Announcement has been made of the Manutacturers and l)ealer In SOuth. 'Phone Black 7752.  approaching marriage of Mr. Joseph B Woolen Qoods and Blankets  ' Manufacturers of Miners' and Lumbe, GOING EAST? t Resident Agent of the Frank and Miss Antoinette Marz, men's Clothing. Flannel Overshlrte and Ut, well kuowa aud popular young people derweart Mackhmw Clothing. Base Bal, t,, Gymnasium Bulls If SO, don't fall to call at Oregon  Aiance Assurance Co.  , g s ares,  quick time; beautiful scenery, and the ;P::o::e:n:Sal?of Real Estate, U4 ea 0 Idg. Seattle, Wn R THE WONDER best of everything. Tlckets goodvia |t most dlrect route or vla Sa]t Lake or Denver. Two overland tralns dally. American Savings Bank - &Trust Co. - - ,,,,.,,,.. c.. ooo:<\