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I Cb 00alboli Proor$s le the OFFICIAL ORGAN of the CATI-I- OLIC ORDER OF FOILESTERS. Washing- con State Court, and of the YOUNG MEN'S IN.STITU'I'E, Northwestern Jurisdiction YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. Grand Officers, 1902--4. Grand President, W. H. Weber, Wal- la Walla, Wash. Grand Chaplain, Roy. M. Flohr, Walls Walla, Wash. Grand First Vice President, Rov. J. A. Faus=_,t,. Uniontown, Wash. Gradn Seoond Vioe President, M,D. MoSher- ry, Butte, Mont. Grand Secretary, 2. A. Bantly, Victoria, B.C.. Grand treasurer, F. W. Tierney, Walla Walla, Wash. Grand Marshal, W.H.Wal- lace, S1)okane, Wash. Grand Directors. Chairman,John F. Smith,Kamlool)s, B.C. A.J. Bookmyer, Seattle; H. J. Maier, The Dallas, Ore. Astoria, Ore.; Astoria Council No. 106: President, Chas. E. Foster; Reo. See., Patrick Shea; Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays in Carnahau's hall. . Butte, Mont. ; Ravalli Council No. 104: President, M. D. McSherry; re- cording secretary, F. T. O'Neill; fin. sac. P. G. Lynch. Meets every Thurs. day evening in Y. M I. Hall, 19 E. Quartz. The Dallas, ()re. ; The Dallas Coun- cil No. 579: President, Y[. J. Maier; tee. see. P. J. Sullivan; fin. see. R. J. German. Genesee, Idaho, ; St. Aloysius Coun- cil No. 505: President, Victor Hasfur- ther; rec. and flit. see. Joseph Knapps a 8 Kamloops, B. C. ; Kamloops Council No. 522 : President,J. M. MoCormack ; reo. and fin. sec., John F. Smith. $ D $ Ladysmith, B. C. ; Demers Council No. 154: President, Thos. A. O'Con- nell; reo. see. Robt. White; fin. see. John Conlin. $ 8 Rossland, B. G.: Rosslaud 1o. President, E. O. Lockwood; a $ a Seattle Council No. 492.--President P. Mootz; Rec. See., T. J. Edtl. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays ia Father Prefontaine's Hall. $ a Spokane, Wash. ; Spokane Council No. 73: President, W. H. Wallace; tee. soc. T. J. Smith; fin. see., tI. Mahon. $ ictoria, B. C.; Segi]ers Council INc. 85: President, F. Sere; reo. sac. S. A. Bantly; fin .see. W. W. Heine 9 Walls Walla, Wash.; St. Michael's Council 1No. 309: President, Joseph Charrier; reo. sac. D. P. Hayes; fin. sac. J. J. Wiokham. WALLA WALLA Ryau. Hayes and MeCool worked nicely together a d it looked as if the Y. M. I.. would never stop them. in four.'minutes the Hibernians advanced the ball sixty yards. With the ball.on the 15 yard line and but four minutes left for play it seemed that the . M. I. boys would be saved by the call of time. Casey who had been playing fast all hrough the game decided to make another touch down aud with the assistance of Big Bill Ryan went through the Y. M. 1. line like he goes through a round steak and soon bad THE CATHOL1C PROGRESS. " ............................................... 7 just seventeenminuts. Stringer fai].! TACOMA I CATHOLIC DIRECTORY ed to kick a goal--Seore Hii)ernians 5; [ Of the Diocese of Nosqually. Y. M. I. 0. -- I (Dloeeshl N---eua111tmata.} |Comprising the tate of Washington. Little Joe Perry kicked to Capt. Mrs. M. M. Iarrelly of 404 North ]Established May , ltO. Area tn square Mooney who was dropped in his tracks K street who has been quie ill is ira- |mues, 66.680. Estimated Catholic Popula- ]tion In 1900. %0C0. by a phenomenal tackle by Shrimp proving. Right Rev. Edward John O'DeL D. D., I Bishop of iesqually; cons. Sept. B, 18- _Ree.. Cathedral, Vancouver, Wash Vicar General--Very Ray. P. Hylebos R., Tacoma, Waau. The sermon preached at Vespers in St. LEG'S church last Sunday evening by Father Trivelli, S. ft., was a splen- did exposition of the doctrine oi l)U- gatory. Mass was celebrated in the Syriac rite at St. Leo's church last Sunday morning. The ladies of St. Patricks' church are planning for a fair to come off in the spring. the ball safely on the other side of the line. Stringer again failed to kick a goal--Score Hibernians i0; Y. M. I. 0. Perry again kicked to Mooney who advauoed the ball seven yards. Time called. BotL teams were oompletely tired out when time keeper Sohippner blew the whistle. Through the kindness of the Christian Brothers the school room was used as a resting phtce. I In the second half the teams ex- changed siclcs which gave t le Y. M. I. / a little tile best of it. Grand Presi- dent Weber who had pla,,ed an excel lent game all through tile first hah for the Y. M. I., got confused when they changed sides and when Haves kick- ed the ball to him he grabbed it with all available power and with a like amount of speed soon had the ball aeioss the goal his team mates had worked so hard to defend. The boys were crazy, some one remarking that be--Weber--sliould be the last to thro,v the game. In a case of that kim] the ball is placed on the tweuty !yard line. Perry made a remarkable kick sending the ball over the head of full back Mooney, who advanced it sixteen yards. Morrisscyiumbled the Miss Wiggin, neice of Mrs. H. P. Healy, returned to Tacoma last Wed- nesday. A meeting of the Women's Auxilia. ry to St. Joseph's ftospital took place la6t Friday aftarnoon. DEATH OF FATHER TIMOTHY, CHEHALIS, Wash., Nov. .t.--Word has been received here of tle death of Rev. Father Timothy, O. S. 13., rector ball, Salzer picking it Ul) and advent- 545 ing it four yards. It could be seen that the Hibernians could not stand the blows hat Brot'ner Julian and Tieraey were landing on them and in six minutesthey were forced to give the Y. M. I. boys a safety--Seers Hi- berniaus 10; Y. M. I. 2. Hayes again kicked to Dugger who advanced the ball forty yards, the only long run of of the Church of St. l]oniface, Minus- the, game. For the balance of the al)olis, Minu. ill that city this time the ball was kept in the A. O. H. morning after a brief illness. Sister territory. S(:velal tinges the Y. M. I. Alcantara, superiores of Holy Rosary could lave scored but through lack of seademfy, Ghehalis, is a sister of the deceased. The bereaved relatives ask a memento of the clergy and friends in behalf of his soul. R.I.P. teamwork and training lost their first game to the newly organized ttiber- nines. From a spectator's standpoint ]t was the most exciting game ever seen on the local grounds. Both teams did their very best. The Hibernians had a great deal more weight but not near the speed of the Y. M.I. The game was witnessed by 500 people among whom were many of tile fair CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. BALLARD, WASH. BallardSt Alphonsus (ourt Nu 1273: RJFlaherty, C R; J E Hu don, R See sex who had resred seats in the ',Everett--Perpetual Help Court No school house windows. The Y. M.I. 1220: AI C Goerig, C R; Thomas O boys have issued a boycott on Char- Fields, R See Issaquah--St John Court No 1263: los Donlan, O R; P F Don,on, R See SNOHOMISH, WASH Snohomish--Viotory Court No 849 J MoGuinness, C R ; Louis Dubuque, Sac SPOKANE, WASH. Spokane--St Paul Court No. 780 John A. Feulner, C R; A L Til- The first of the series of football games to be played wthin the season between the A. O H. and the Y. M.I. resulted iu a victory for the former team by a score of 10 to 2. Both teams were badly crippled by the loss of their tull backs. Capt. Ennis who was to play that position for the Y.M. follows I. contracted a very Ibad cold on the Hiberians. evening before the game, presumably Clancy from the effects of a hollowe'n prowl. Morrissey Lucky Joe Lyons was injured in prae. Stringer tics and lie will not be seen w%h a Quinn uniform on again this season, if ever. Casey ' ,,.::i Wih the stars out of both teams it W. Ryan made things look as even as before. B. Ryan T. Casey Some time was lost in selecting a timekeeper, as some of the Y. M. I. R. McCool ,, boys objected to Tim Barry. After a Hayes " hot discussion Mr. J.J. Sehippner Mooney was chosen to act as 'timekeeper in lisoh R See,1428 Mission Ave; Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. ACOMA, WASH. TaeomaOlympio Court Io 928: HPHoaIy, OR; OMOavanaugh, R See, 1491, So I St; Meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays. Uniontown--St Joseph Court No 553 : H W Heeler, C R; Jno J Greif, R See Whatcom--Belllngham Oourt No 1241: F J Piokel, C R; Thomas Leon- ard, R See; Meets 2nd and 4th Tues. V'ancouver, B C--Durieu ours No 1886: F A MoPhillips, O R; P Hart- noy, R See SEATTLE, WASH. SEATTLE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Immaculate Conception Church. Broadway and Madison Strsets. Attended by Jesuit Fathers Rev. A. Sweere. S. J.. Rector. REGULAR SERVICES Sunday. Low Mass at 7:80 and $:0 a m. High Mass at 10:S0 a. m. Sunday School, |:S0 p. m. Sodality Meerlng. 7:36 p. m Evening Services. 7:10 V. m Week Days Mass at 6:$0 and B:$0 , n, riot whom they charge with being bought up and that it was impossible to win with such odds. The next game will be played on the same I grounds btween Hibernians and a team composed of the clerks of Suhwa. bather's store next Sunday afternoon The line up in the first game was as Nesqually Court No. lI41W B. Jenkins, O.R.; A. J. Bookmyer, R. S. ; J. P. Foley, Fin. Se0.,1828 N#,th Ave. Meets in Elks' Hall on 1st, and 8rd Mondaz evenings at 8 : 15 Star of the Sea Gourt No. 510--Mrs. Margaret Graves, G.R.; Miss Ella O'Keefe, Ree. See.; Mrs. Belle Mur. ph, Fin See. Meets on 2ud aud 4th Mondays in St. Francis Hall, 6th and Spring St. St. Mary's Court No. 551--Mrs. Ma- ry A. Cummings, C.R.; Mrs. Addle Collins, R . S. ; Mrs. Rosa Breen, Fin. See. Meets on 2nd and 4th Friday evenings in St. Mary's Hall, 20th and Jackson. L. C. B. A. Branch No. 976 --President Mrs. Y. M. I. Center Weber R.G. Bro.. Julian L.G. F. Weber R. T, Tony Saiazer L.T. M.G. Ennlt R.E. T.J. Ennis L.E. W.S. Rya- Q.B. S. Ryan R.H. B. Dugger L.H. B. Massonam F.B. J. Ferry GOOD MORNING, "Good morn"--the lark is singing A soft sweet roundelay-- And tile pansies ope their pretty eyes, To whisper love--" Good dayI" The grasses on their velvet coats Bright jewohed dewdrops wear, While the lily rises tall and pale Like a nun--from silent prayer. The purple veins are thrilling-- In the viloet's perfumed breast, And the crimean roses blush As though they too--my secret guessed I "Good morn I" the flowers whisper dear, As the lark soars up above-- And ah my heart is singing too, "Good morn--good morn--my love I" Agnes Lockhart Hughes. Andrew Carnegie ,before embarking t Queenstown, on board the steamer "Cedric," for Sew York, contributed 0t,000 to help purohase an organ for the Catholic cathedral at Queenstown, Barry's ])lace. Sohippner gave perlect satisfaction and it is hoped tlmt he will be seen on th field at our next game. Referee Carrier called the teams to the field promptly at 3:15. He talked to them for a few minutes warning them not to work too hard as t lis was the first game and too much work to start wlth might result disastrously to '# both teams. Capt. Mooney won the ,toss and chose the south side of the goal. Hayes kicked to Perry who ad- the ball twenty yards. The Y. M. I. boys showed weakness in in- terference and lost the ball on downs. The Hiberniaus bucked the line tor a gain of three yards. They repeated this several times until they had the M. I. boys on the five yard line. the latter put up a good fight tolding the Hiberniam]s for dons, d advancing the ball eight yards but they got weak and lost the ball. a combination of line bucks, end and mass phtys in quick success. the Hiberntans fooed the ball over line for the first touch down in \\; Churcn or uur Lauy of Good Help, Third and Washington St. Rev. E. D. Cssey, Rector. Sunday. 7 a. m; and 8 a. m. Low Mass. 9 a. m,, Children's Mass. 10:30 a. m., High Mass. Vespers, Benediction with Instruo- tion 7:30 p. m. Baptisms at 2 p. hi. Sundays. Sunday Sohool after the Clfildren's mass which is at 9 o'clock. Week Days. .Iow Mass at 7 a. m. daily. First Fridays, Mass at 6 and 7 a. m. with Sacred Heart devotions at 7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart Church. Corner Sixth and Bell Streets: Attended by the Redemptorlst Fathers. Rev. Gee A. tllld. C. SIS R., Rector. REGULAR SERVICES. Sunday. Low Mass at 6 and  a. m. High Mass and Sermon at 10:I a. Children's Mass, 9:15. Take Notice! We are prepared to give you ROCK-BOHOM prices on Builders' Hardware, Plumbing and Hot Air Furnaces. 00ERNST BROS, Phone ?;::,?: i ++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4 The Oliver No lifting of earria( iu order to see the wriiltg. 11: writes right where Sunday .qchonl after Children's Mus YOU can see it writ c as it writls. Services on Sunday evenings, 7:30" Tile ONLY STANDARD Visible Week De.vs. writer on tile market. The most sin,- Mass every morning a.t ! a. m. and B:I pie. oonlllael , eonlplete, spet.dy, dura- Sodalities. hie and all-ro,uid eouvenient typewrit. Girls' Sodality meets at 3:15 I). m. er tn ue. on the Wednesday preeedir, g .he third Are. you iterested ? If so, baiter examine the OLIVER. We want, au agent in every town. OLIVER TYPIC]WRITER AGIN(,Y, Norris Sale and Lock (o. 1 1332--13:bi 2ud Ave. Pllones Ind. 1:](;9 Su]mt ]rowu 17D(;. / PROFESSIONAL. I DR. LIZZIE C, STEWAIT DENTIST. Ph0 n o o 0,,,,o Ind.88., Ha. Lake 511 to 4:14.43(;, Arcade lht'g Type writer Pacific Coast Steamship Compan v'vnlng and Operating a Fall Fleet el FIRST CLASS 5TEAhtSHIPS -+. Ret;, sen-- Alaska, Washington. Oregon, California, a ad Mexico. BELLIGHAM BAY ROUTE. STATI OF VA.SHINGTON-- 1.earths l)aily ex('el)t Saturday 10 p. ln. f()l' Evort,tt. Allac(]rt,s. l,'airhavon and Whatcom. VANCOUVER ROUTE. S. S. I{AMOA-- Tuesday. Thursday and Sundays, tO p.m. From Pier "A." Phone White76--after 6 p. m. Full information relative to sailings, rates, tt('., may be ol)taiued from any agent of the (oml)any, or Seattle Ticket omc'e. 113 .Tames St. Phone Main lo38. C. D. DUNNAN, Genl. Pass. Agent. 10 Market St., San Francisco. Sunday of the month. Boys' Sodality meets at 7:30 p. m. on the Wednesday preceding the third Sunday of the meetly. Young Ladies Sodality meets at 3:30 p. m. on the Sunday preceding the first Sunday of tle month. Married Ladies Sodality meets at 3:30 p. m. on the Wednesday preced. in, the second Sunday of the month. Gentlemen's odality meets at  p. m. on tile Thursday preceding fourth Sunday of the mouth. ST. MARYS' PARISH. (20th & Jackson ) Sunday Servioes :- Low Mass at 8:30 a. m. High Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, Boys at 2:00 p. m. Girls at 2:45 p. m. Ballard. Rev. G. ACHTERGAEL, Pastor Sunday--Low mass at 8 a. r.,. high mass at 10,30 a. m. Benediction--4 p. m. Week days--Low lease at  m IN THIq SUPI,RIOR COURT OF THE State of Vashiugton, for King Coun- ty. J. W. Brown, plaintiff, vs. George E. Veara, Jane Doe "Weal'n, his wle If any, whose true Christian name is un- knowll, and all perseus unknown, i tiny, having or cl0.iming an interest or estate in and to the hcrelnafter de- scribed real property, defendants. No. 40,694. Notice and SUnlnons. State of VCashington to George E. Wearn, Jane Doe Wearn, his wife, if ally, whose true Christian name is un- known, who are the owners or reputed owners, of, and all persons unknown, claiming or having an interest or es- tate in and to the hereinafter desurlbed real property. YOU ttlld each of you are hereby ne- ll fled that tle above named plalntlff, J. W. Brown Is the holder of one cer- tslu delinquent tax certificate, num- bered ts lereinafter stated, Issued by the County Treasurer of King County, State of Washington, embracing tile following real property situated in said King County, Washington, and more wit:P['tlcUlarly described as follows, to- Delinquent Tax Certificate Number B19824., Lot 11, Block 3, Green Lake ectrtc Motor Addition to Seattle, Washington. That said certificate was issued on the ]st day of October, 1903, for the following sums and for delinquent taxes for the following, years, to-wit: Tax Certificate No. B19824, for year 1898, 80 cents. That the taxes for the following sub- sequent years have been paid by the plaintiff upon said above described lots, to-wit: Lot 11, Block 3. addition as aforesaid, amount $1.34, for years 1899- 1900-1-2. Total to October 1st, not including cost of suit, $".14. Vhich several sums be.+tr Interest at the rattY+ of J5 per ccut. per anuunl from said date of Payment. and are all the unpaid and unredeemed taxes upon t, nd a4"atnst said real property. You and each of you (including said WttEAT()N & GARRYTT 502 Mariou Bld'g Tel. Pink 1001 General Legal Busine,s; Collections, l_gal papers Executed. Katherine Wel,lh ; Recorder, Mrs. Kat.horine Meissinger; Fin, See., Miss Mary E. Melntyre. Meets at Sacred this cause aml (ourt, and other rel Heart Hall on Ist and 3rd Mondays as prayed in said complaint. \\;r. q'. S('OTT, Prosecuting Attorne at 8-15 p m. By JOHN (?. MIRPH)t', ]'>eputy. Attor- Division No. l, A. O. H. County nay for Plaintiff. Office address: 501 and 506 Marion Pres., P. Fitzpatrick; president, P. I.tuildlng. Seattle, Washington. J. O'Casey; reoording searetaxy, E.J. l'lrst pullllcuth)ll, dated October 23, MoGarrigle; fluanoial soretary, M. 190a Harrington. Meets second and fourth Sundays at 8 p m. at lther Prefon, tain, z Hall. E OUR Saunderson SCHOO00 EXPRESSION Oratory, Dramatio Art, Physical Culture. Fall session oTens September 22. Send for oataloguo or call at the sohool. 9 and l0 Holyoke Blk. Phone Johu 401 TIMBER and TIMBER LANDS Some Choice Arid Land Claims Farm and Mineral Lands; Improved and Unimproved City and Suburban Property for sale. OHN T. CASEV,O PACiFiC S. WAONER'.S --BAND and ORGHESTRA-- MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS T. H. WAGNER, Manager Phone Maiu 834  I728 Summit Ave. M. WEINOIAFF LADIES' and GENTS' TAIL Suits made to order at lowest Prieeo Pants $5.00 and up. Cleaning, Dying, Pressing and Repair- ing. All work guaranteed 119 Tlird Ave,,Oity, Pohne Main 856 SHORT LINE TO Spokane, St. Panl, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago AND POINTS EAST 2 Trains Daily 2 Fast Time persons, tnknown, If tay), are iereby further notified and summoned to be and ;ll, Pear within sixty days after the -.- vervice or' lills notice by publitation John C. Stuar exclusive of Ihe first day of publica- tl(,n, to-wit: 60 days after the 23rd day Board of Trade Liq,or Ce of October, ]903 in the above entitled Cot "t and act/on, and defend this ac- WHOLESAI,E AND RITAIL tion and a)lswer tile Comt,laint of said I' alntiff and serve a copy of your an- FOREIGN WINES wcr on the un, lersigned attorney for LIQUORS AND CIGARF l:lalnttff at Ills ofliee below stated, or pa.v the amounts, together with pen- 12'1 SECOND AVE. 8EATTLF.,M alty. interest and costs. In case YOU fail so to do, Judgment will be ren- (tered (g;/nst You and against each l,arcel of said real property for the sums :z(1 atnotlllts dt;e upon and charg- ed against each. including eosts, order- ing a sale of each 1)arcel of sald Drop- erty for the satsfacttan of the sums No, 2, "THE FLYER," leaves Seattle daily, 8:30 a. m., only 2 nights to St. Paul. 3 to Chicago, 4 to New York. No. 4, "EASTERN EXPRESS," leaven Seattle daily, 7:30 p. m. New Equipment Throughout, ly Coaches, Palace and Tourist Sleap. er, Dining and Buffct 8rook. Ing Llbrary Ca:'s. D!rect Connection at SL Paul (Union Depot with all Lines East and South. For Tickets. Rates, olCers and Full Information, call on or addre C. W. Meldrum A.B.C. Denniaton, C.P. & T.A. G.W.P.A. 612 F00RST S00ATTLE IOHN B. QUINN, Attorney at Law. 465 Arcade Building ANITARY PLUMBING J HOUSE DRAINAGE Ct.OSE ESTIMATE8 D. 6. Spiima (g0. / ATTORNEY AT LAW Steam and Hot water Heatlnlr t314 Olob Block SEATTLE, WASH Telephone Black 1621. -- .................. 2. + Columbia St. Seattle, Wagk charged and 1'cued agatnst it respect- ively as provided by law. and as prayed in plaintiff's complaint now on file D. McGOVEN, Telephone Blue 341. Office Rar 4 tlALLIDIE.tlEN$11AW.BULKLEY Co, 315 2tb So $*s+or Co ,I. L. Kahaley GENERAL DRAYAGE. SEATTLE, WASH PIANOS, ORGANS AND SEWIHG MACHIHES 6N FREE TRIALlll LriLJOAN1 ' eEN11URY UPRiOHT PIARO$1Ik ig']mUPOl eeat mt fteet=lllk PARLOR OROANS, $6 tiP, lg'a,t'rlatedL S5 yelps I Hat o tk, ee : jl  +:i iiit , ? ,:i?