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GENERAL CATHOLIC Friday evening by Roy. A. Burrows, for students. NEWS president of Marquette college. The stations are not yet entirely finished. The Rev. Father Glader, a Catholic ., OF THE WORL0, The frames are also to be painted a missionary, has been killed and partly stone color. Tim figures on the sta- eaten by a tiger,rehear Someswa,in Ben. RELIGIOUS--F-R  .... --[tions are strikingly realistic and 'Lhave gal, where the reverend gentleman THE CHURCHPROGRESS. much' Everyman, 'success 'inWhichits tourhaS metthroughoutWith so i receive d much favorable comment, was stationed. INUIrTI/" to country, was given by an amateur] A new organ for St. Augustine's The Reverend Mother of tile Good uv,,,,.,.,.,, company at Washintgon last week. ]churctb Washington, D. G., was tested Shepherd Nuns, Nancy, has issued a Most Roy Diomede Faleonio, the The cast was taken from the members/for the first time on Easter Sunday. plotest against the sentence of the of tile Alumnae Reading Circle of No- lit is a magnificent intsrument, sweet Nancy Court of Appeals, declaring Papal Delegate, assisted from tile throne at Solemn High Mass in St. tro Dame, and the play was given in/and rich of tone, and is capable of pro- that the accusations brought against Joseph's church, Philadelphia. Tile Gonzaga hall. ThA quiant play waS]duclng wonderful results. It will be the convent are false and without sermon was preached by Mgr. Reeker, written by a Dutch monk, and when ]formally opened about tlo first of the foundation. and Roy Dr Marehetti celebrated tile reproduced at Oxford centuries after [mcnth, when some of the best artists Mass " " ' its author was dead, created wide- of Washintgon will delight alltim lee- During one,of Father" B. Vaughan's __ spread interest, sermom n Ga: liner 3tre ; church, Two beatiful and costly new altars Dublin, a party from the Viceregal ers of music who will be fortunate sermons in Gardiner street church, When the mission for young men at enough to bopresent in St. Augustine's Dublin, I rty fron the ' iceregal church on that occasmn. Lodge occupied one of the troibunes. Father Vaughan subsequently accom- The committees in eharge of the panied Lady Dudley on a visit to the Knights of St. John convention to be Blind Asylum imld in Columbus next June are al- ready perfecting arrangemeuts for the Musical Parisians are of the opini- entertainment of the vistors, on that they have a boy Mozart in their midst. At a wedding oelebrated May 8, Feast of the Patronage of in the Church of Saint Maur in the St. Joseph, the beautiful new ehuroh absence of the organist his place was have been presented to the church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, New York City by members of the congregation. A report submitted to St. Edward's parish meeting, Philadelphia, Pa., by the pasor, straws that during tile past nine an a half years there was raised the sum of $120,000. After paying in- debtedness on old buildings, ere., a balance of $65,000 remains for the new church. Nearly twelve thousnad dol- lars more were contributed at the meeting. Work has been commenced on the academy of the Sisters of Notre Dame at Toledo, Ohio. St. Louis' congregation of Superior, Vis., has purchased five:lots on which to build a church, plans having boon made for a fine structure. Later tim congregation will build a school and parsonage on the same ground. at. Roy. Bishop Forest last week dedicated a new church at Upper Mey- ersville, Texas. It was erected by the Polish Catholics of that place. Iembers of the Holy Name Society of St. Paul's church, Washington, D. O.,formed a guard of honor before the repository in that ohuren during the mght of Holy Thursday. United States Surgeon General Rob- ert M. O'Roilly will soon sail for Madrid to represent tills country at the International Medical Congress. Work on the Sisters' Convent in St. Charles parish, Chicago, has been re- sumed. It will be ready for ocoupan- ey early in tile summer, Bishop Burke, of St. Joseph, Mo.. reoently returned from Europe, says that France appears to desire to be de. ohristianized. It is no merely a ease of attacking the Catholic Church, but all religion. Plans are now being prepared for a two story brick and stone building for oh arch and:parochial school purpos- es for St. Charles parish, at Bridge- port, Conn., The building will cost $80,000. Tile congregation ,ff St. Michael's church, Flushing,, rejoiced Sunday week, for it was noticed that the old altar had been removed and tile new $10,000 altar, which is a gift from the rector, had been :completed, and was occupied for the first time on this oc- casion. There was no formal installa. tion ceremonies for it has been arrang- ed to have great festivities early in the spring when many other improve. meats to tile church will also be dedi- cated. The contract for a new St. Philip's churoh at Orafton, Pa., has been let. The plans and specifications call tor a, stone building; oontraot price $51,000. The designs show a truly handsome and ornate building, and when Odin. pleted it will rank among the finest in the Chartiers valley. Catllolics of Windermere, Ohio, have begun the erection of a now church. Anew oongregation is now being formed. The structure will cost about $25,000. Work has been begun on tile new St. Rose's church, Raoine, Wis. The ohureh Is to be in late English Gothic style mid from the architectural point of view will not be surpassed by any Catholic church in Wisconsin. The dimensions of the structure will be 188x62, built of brick, with stone trimming. There will be a single tow- er in tile center. The new ohadroh for the use of the Meixoan Catholics at Corpus Christi, Texas, will not be ready until the end of the month. Mgr. Dennis J. O'Connell, the new rector of the Catholic University in Washington, will be installed in that position on April 28. The fifteenth century morality play, the Chicago cathedral opened week before last it as found 2,200 of them were prese.nh filling every sea and crowding in the aisles. Rev. Joseph T. McKeown, Rcv. Matthew C. Gleason, of New York and Rv. John T. Ferry of Brook- lyn, have been named for chaplains in the navy. St. Joseph's Italian Catholio ohurch in Hazle township, just outside the city limits of Hazleton, Pa.,was burn- ed down early Wednesday monring of week before last by ineendiames. A great deal of just indignation has been aroused by the fact that Mayor Rein- ha,rdt refused tO permit tile firemen to extinguish the flames because the town- ship residents recently refused to join an annexation movomon for a Greater Hazleton. The fire loss is $20,000. The now organ for St. Francis' church, Columbus, Ohio, arrived dur- ing the last week, and will soon be heard by the parishioners. Archbishop Katzer who has been at St. Agnes' Hospital in Fen du Lad in an effort to gain strength lost by overwork and an attaok of the grip, is reported as having gained much in health. Four new bella have been ordered by at. Roy. Binsop Forest for San Fer- nando cathedral, San Aatonio, Texas, to replace the present chime. The largest will weigh 8,500 pounds, and bear the name "San Fernando." The second will weigh 1,650 pounds, and bears the name of "San Antonio." The weight of the third bell will be I, 050 pounds and it will be named "St. John," while tile smallest one, about 570 pounds in weihgt, will bear tile tilte "Neustra Senora de Guada. lupe." It is announced that the specifica- tions for tile new St. Vhment de Paul's church at Washington, D. C., are now completed. Ground will be broken for the same on Monday. The cost of the'structure will be loss than thirty thousand dollars, and half of this amount is already assured. 'rohbisbop Quigley visited Rock- ford, Ill., last Sunday week to bless the now St. Anthony's hospital and participate in other ceremonies of ded- ination. Over 1,500 persons stood for anhour in the open air waiting for the archbishop to appear. He spoke from the steps of the building, despite the ohill winds. St. Anthony's hospital was completed at a cost of $40,000. It is under the charge of the third or- der of the Sisters of St. Franois. Great preparations were made for the formal opening on Easter Sunday of St. Anthonys' church, Long eaoh, Cal. It was an event that will long be remembered in the place. Rev T. P. O'Keefe, chaplain of the Twelfth U. S. Cavalry, has been granted one month's furlough, effect- ive May 1, with permission to visit Europe. Work has been begun on the new St. Mary's ptrochial school building in Westfield,M ass . St. Aloysltis' church, oragnized three years'ago from All Saints' and St Joseph's parishes, and now wor- shipping in a hall at 131st street and Seventh avenue, New York, has begun work on a new church building, to cost more than $100,000,in 182d treet, near Seventh savenue An attempt will be made to complete the building, so that services may be held in it in the early fall. It will be of brick and terra cotta, 75x100 feet, and will seat 800 persons. The National Convetnion of the Cathoio Total Abstinence Union will be held in Ptttsburg, Pa, |in August. The new stations at the Gesn ohrueh, Milwaukee, WiA.,were blessed of St. Joseph, erected a Los Angeles, Cal.,as a monument to the missionary labors of the Frm, eiscans in Califor- nia jwill be dedicate  by Mgr. Faleo- nio, Apostolic Delegate. St. Peter's congregaion at Hayer- straw, New 'ork, will soou build a now school o cost $10,000. The :erection of a church for tile Italian population of Steelton, Pa., wilL'be started as soon as the archi- tectural drawings are received. Work on the new seeple for St. Patrick's church at Cleveland, Ohio, has bee commonneed. It will oe 150 feet high and cost $4,000. Two stained glass windows that will be placed in the chapel in the Woods, St. Francis seminary, Milwau- kee, have boon completed and sot up for inspection at the studio of tile art- ist. The Gothic style of arcltitecture has been followed in the execution of the dasign and the figures have a land- scape setting of rare beauty. St. Michael, tile archangel, symbolic of good overcoming evil, is a su bjeet treat. ed in one of the windows and tile oth- er is St Gabriel, the angel of peace. The new church in course of con- struction in St. Anne's parish, Ton- nallytown, a suburb of Washington,D. C., will be dedicat d in June. Arrangements are being made for tile second annual convention of the Happy Homo League of the archdio- cese of Dubuque. Tim convention will be held in Dubuque, In., May 30. The new St. Coleman's church, in Turtle Creek, Pa., was dedicated Eas- ter Sunday by Bishop J. Regis Cane- vin. The new church building is the finest in the Turtle Cree Valley and was erected at a cost slightly in ex- cess of $60,000. J. M. Horn, of Hiawatha, Kan., has Bible that bears the imprint of a Switzerland publishing housA and the date of 1665. It is not the oldest Bi- ble in Kansas,however, as there is in tlm library of St Benedict's Cohege, at Atohison, a copy of the Augsburg Bi- 01e, printed by Shoensperger m 1437. A copy of the articles of association of the Sisters of the Holy Cross Hos- pital association, inoorporated at St. Mary's academy, St. Joseph county, Indiana, was filed in the office of Sec- retary of State of Utah. The capital stock of the association is $10,000, di- vided into shares of the par value of 81..00 each. Bt, Martin's nongregation, of Louis- ville, Ky., has contracted for a 12 foot high group of St. Martin on horseback with beggar, costing, $1,000, t6 be placed in front of the church. The people of St. Rose's ehuroh, Hastings, Mich., with their zealous lastor, Roy. J. A. Conners, held an Easter banquet on April 6th,in Reed's Opera House. The proceeds of the banquet]will|be used to complete the purchase of several lots adjoining the church propertv. FOREIGN. The petition against the King's Dec- laration is being generally signed throughout the entire of England. Bihsop Howley, of Newfoundland, announces, in a recent pastoral that all the Oatholio academies of that country are out of debt. The Ampleforth ommunity have bought a piece of ground at Oxford with a view to establishing a hospital taken by a little boy in his ninth year, named Andre Ghagnon, who played admirably through tile service and added several voluntalers improvised by himself. Visitors now come from all parts ot France to listen to the ti- ny organist. The Catholic papers of Rome an- nounce the death of Father Josepil OI- ivieri, Procurator General, of the Mi- nor Conventuals. The enthronement of the Most Roy. Dr. Fischer, Archbishop of Cologne, took place on Ttmrsday, 'tho feast of St. Joseph. There was a large at- tendance, including representaitves of tile State. The Archbishop issued a Pastoral Letter on the same day. A club of Liberals at Pueblo, Mexi- co, last week circulated a violent pare, phlet against the ,atholic Church,and especially against the Catholic piest- hood and of religious orders. Its ap- pearance provoked much excitement and a vigorous reply is forthcoming. The establishment of the Marist Brothers was burned to the ground last week at St. Hyacinth, Quebec. The inmates escaped in their nigh clothes down the fire escapes. Tile damage amonuntod to $45,000, and the insurance was $20,000. For tile proposed memorial to the Venerable Bode to be erected at Roker Point, Monkwearmouth, on ground that bleonged of old to the twin mon- asteries of Monkwearmouth and Jar- row, rather more tilan $00 has so far been subscribed. The memorial,which is to take the form of an Anglican cross some 25 feet high, will cost about $2,500. CHARTREUSE MONASTERY. Much Trouble Anticipated When At- tempt Is Made to Reach the Monks. Paris, April 18." Forty doors will have to be forced before the gendarmes will be able to reach the Cartbusan monks." said an agent of the Carthu- sians in Paris today. "My brothers," he oontinued, "can only be dislodged by military force, which will bring fatal opprobrium on the government. Tlnoughout the Chartreuse district, moreover, the whole polmlation is in a state of rebel- lion, which may lead to bloodshed. In spite of tempests and snowstorms, the peasants this morning are olimb- ing the hill to the monastery. I :do not think the oocasion will pass with- out serious trouble." Only the monks remain in the men- astery, ineluding the head of the order, who has written his "frgiveness" to M. Combos, but warns him of dangers in the present and damnation in the lifo to come. The region around the monastery is much excited. The offi- cer who went out yesterday to read the act of eviction was urid to the neck i the snow drifts. Theattempt to obtain 1,000,000 francs from the monastery promises to develop into one of the biggest scandls of the coun- try. The government is doing all it can to suppress the matter. The La Grande Chartreuse, near Grenoble,is the monastery founded by St. Bruno iu 1084. It became the pa- rent house of a widely spread order. The prei ts live in cells and employ their time in praying, study or manu- al labors. They are vowed to silence, which they only breal[ at church or when walking, if allowed by their su- periorS. The Carthusians make their muoh 'esteemed liquors "Chartreuse" from aromatic plants which are found on their mountains. h I mGOogald-B,ow00i I]o. AGI00L 1N DO00I00EF F I PLOWS "and A O IMILEMENTS ..* MOWING and HARVESTING MACHINERY IV WESTERN WHE00ED SCRAPERS DRAG SCRAPERS, ROAD PLOWS, GRADING MACHINERY i ATKI-N-SON SANITARY 'PICK UP' STREET SWEEPERS 914-916 Western Avenue SEATTLE, WASH. , THEO. HABE00NAL MERCHANT TAILOR 116 YESLEI WAY _ _ _ - _ _ " COMMERCIAL STREET BOILER WORKS. H. W. MARKEY, PROPRIETOR MANUFACTURER and REPAIRER of BOILERS Marine Work a SPECIALTY. All Kinds of Sheet Iron Work Shop phone, Maiu 1127. First Ave .So Res. ,, White 441. SEATTLE. L,. I trllll/'d,t/IJl I"1"' /1"., ' Washington's Biggest] and Best Business Training School. If you want our beautiful catalog, say so. 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