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I 0 A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, Friday, May 1O. AN IMPOSi'H6 G[R[MONY. has been a mission of peace. While living among us you have taken as PRICE FIVE CENT 8R. MARY HEOWIDI]E 61STERS OF CHARITY VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT. One Dead and Other Perhaps Fatally Injured in Runaway at Spokane. Were Driving in a Carriage. Spokane, May 6.--A fatal runaway accident occurred this evening, in which two nurses at Sacred Heart hospital were victims. Sister Since is dead and Sister Gregory Is serious- ly and perhaps fatally injured. Policeman Martin Burns, who ha. been nursed by tile two sisters for the past year, took them out for a drive in a carriage. In going down a steep turn on Liberty park, the hack- man was thrown out and the team ro:n away. Officer Burns failing to reach the reins, advised the sisters to jump, which they did, with the above result. Burns was also injured in jumping. Sister Gregory for about ten yearb past has been in charge of the sur- gical ward here, and is said to have been in line of promotion as superioJ. Sister Since has been here about six months. TO TEAR DOWN A CATHOLIC COL- LEGE. Katonah, N. Y., April 30.--St. Jo- seph's College, whlch for a quarter of a century has been directed by the Christian Brothers, has been con- demned by the New York Water Shed Commissioners The college property consists of sixty-five acres of land, several large buildings and a ceme- tery in which eighteen Christlan Brothers and a few priests and stu- , dents are buried. The Christian Broth- .ers ask $395,000 damages. All of the buildings will have to be taken down because they are on the water shed llne. For sanitary reasons the bury- ing ground will also have to be oblit- erated and the bones of the priests will be dug up and reinterred. Another Catholic cemetery at Cro- ton Falls and historic graveyards at Brewster's Katonah and Mount Klsco have also been condemned and the work of removing the bones of the (lead is soon to begin. CARDINALS. There Will Be at Least Six in U. S, in Twenty-five Years. New York, Friday, May 3.--The at. Rev. James E. Quigley, bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Western 'New York, is quoted In a Buffalo spe- 'clal to the Tribune as saying that he expects that within twenty-five years there will be at least half a dozen more cardinals In the United States. "At present," said the bishop, "it does not seem easy for an American prelate to reach this distinction, but the rapid growth of this country will , change soon. Within twenty-five years years I am confident we shall see car- dinals tn such cities as New York, Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, San Francisco and Pittsburg." PRESIDENT ACCEPTS. i President McKinley has given as- (,surance to the League of the Cross, 'Cadets that he will be present at their 'drill in Mechanics' pavilion on the lght of Friday, May 17th. In answer to the invitation, the following letter of acceptance has been received from Private Secretary Cortelyou: "Executive Mansion, Washlngton, D. C., April 27, 190].--My Dear Sir: Your letter of the 19th instant has been received and its contents noted In reply I beg to say that the matter of which you write l)as been given consideration In connection with the other plans for the president's visit in San Francisco, and it has been ar- ranged for him to make a brief call on the League of the Cross Cadets early in the evening of Friday, May 17th. "With the assurance that your kind- .":;ly intei'est and co-operation are appre- ,' ' elated, believe me, very truly yours, "GEORGE CORTELYOU, r .... Secretary to the President.." The function to which the president and his party has been invited will consist of a competitive drill. Cora- l)any D occupies first place at present] and three companies will attempt to t "- wrest the trophy from the champions. I These companies will be selected from I fifteen companies wbich are tu meet I in competitive drill ou Tnesday ev- I ening, May 14th. The judges will be l appointed from the United States ar- my. A drill by Coral)any D is well worth seeing. President McKinley's visit will be an early one as several other engagements for that evening have already heen lnade for him. CONVERT ORDAINED PRIEST. Rev. E. Buckey, Former Rector of St. Joh#l Episcopal Church, Newport. Baltimore, May 1.--Rev. Edward Buckey, son of the late Justice M. V. Buckey, of Washington, D. C., was or- dained this morning at the Cathedral by Cardinal Gibbons. Father Buckey was formerly rector of the Protestant Episc.opal church of St. John, at New- liarS, R. I. Among the members of tim congregation are the Vanderbilts. While at Newport Father Buckey began to entertain doubts as to the Episcopal faith and resigned his charge. He went to Rome, where lie investigated tim tenets of tim Cath- olic clmrch, and finally became con- verted. He then returned to this coun- try and entered St. Mary's Seminary, this city, to study for the priesthood. He will celebrate his first mass in Washington at lIoly Trinity church next Sunday. Several of Father Buckey's rela- tives, including his mother, were at the G'rdination Mass and congratulat- ed him afterward. Among the pres- ents received were a new set of vest- ments of white silk from Mr. Stuart Coates, head of the cotton manufac- turing firm and a warm friend of Fath- er Buckey. It is said that Father Buckey will be assigned by Cardinal Gibbons to St. Matthew's church, Washington. IS ORDAINED A PRIEST. Professor at St. Patrick's Seminary Takes Vows of the Church. Menlo Park, May 2.--The Rev. Charles Francis Myers was ordained to the priesthood to-day at St. Pat- rick's Seminary, the Most Rev. Arch- bishop Riordan officiating. His Grace was assisted by the Very Rev. A. J. B. Vinbert, president of St. Patrick's Seminary, and the Rev. J. W. Brock- hags. The Rev. Francis M. Harvey was assistant to the newly ordained priest. Since the opening of the sem- inary in 1898, Father Myers has been associatel with it as professor of mathematics and organist. While teaching he has been completing his theological studies. He will still con- tinue his duties as professor. Father Myers has the distinction of being the first priest ordained at St. Patrick's. J MONASTERIES IN PHILIPPINES, London, May 6.--"The approaching meeting here of Cardinal Gibbons, Mgr. Chapelle and the archbishop of Manila," says the Rome correspond-I ent of the Daily Chronicle, "is design-I ed to remove the conflict that has ' arisen between the vatican and the United States regarding the seques- tration of property of monasteries In the Philippines." DR. ROCKER HONORED. Father Reeker, secretary of the papal legation in Washington, con- firms the report that he has been des- ignated a chamberlain to the pope. The appointment carries with it the title of monsignor, and renders its bearer a member of the pontifical: household, but it will not have the ef- fect O f taking Father Reeker from rashtngton. MARRIED IN A CONVENT. New York, May 5.--Miss May Ma- tilda O'Ryan, of Slllerly, Quebec, and Dr. Gustave A. Taschereau, of St. Fer- late Cardinal Taschereau, have been dinand, Nova Scotia, a nephew of the married in the convent of the Ursu- line Nuns, at Bedford Park. The oc. casion is said to have been the first! nuptial high mass that has been cele- brated in a convent in this country. THE DEATH ROLL. Mother Ascension. Chicago, May 2.--Mother Ascension, the last of the early pioneers at Notre Dame, Ind., died at St. Mary's Acad- emy last night. Born in France in 1826, she came to Notre Dame in 1845, one yeai" after Father Sonn, the faun- I (let She was a famous character, and i known in every part of the United States. For the last thirty year' she had been known as the Mother of tim Missions at Bengal, on account of her great works of charity. Columbus McDonald. Vancouver, Wash., May l--The fu- neral of the late Columbus McDonald, who died at his home at Mill Plain lVlonday, took place from St. James Cathedral today. High mass was cele- brated by the Rev. Fsther F. Verwill- ghen, in the l)resen(!e Of a large nuul- her of the friends and neighbors of the deceased. The l'nlaius were in- terred in the Catholi(' cemetery. "Your mission to the United States your model the Prince of Peace him- self of whom it is written: 'He shall not contend nor cry out, neither shall his voice be heard in the streets. The DIES AT ST. MARY'S ACADEMY MARTINELLI RECEIVES THE RED HAT--THE SECOND STEP IN HIS bruised reed he shall not break, the smoking flax be shall not extinguish.' AND COLLEGE, PORTLAND. ELEVATION TO THECARDINALATE. You have fulfilled your onerous du- ties most effectually, without noise or Had Taught for 37 Years in Oregon. ostention. In discharging your mis- Impressive Services Conducted sion as apostolic delegate, your emi- by His Grace Archbishop 3ardinal Gibbons Performs the Cerem eny and Delivers an Address Full of nence has been actuated by a high Christie. sense of justice, by a justice temper- Faith and Eloquence. ed with charity. Tim spirit of your administration has been fittingly char- Died, at 4 o'clock a. m., April 30, at Baltimore, Wednesday, May 8.--Se- Papal Brief to Monsignor Martinelli. acterIzed in the words of the royal St. Mary's Academy and College of bastian Martinelli, titular archbishop "Our Beloved Soil: Health and prophet, 'Mercy and truth have met this city, after a brief illness, Sister each other. Justice and peace have Mary Hedwldge, nee Elizabeth Mo- ot' Ephesus and Cardinal-elect of the apostolic benedlction, kissed.' You have followed the In- han, in the 69th year of her age and Church of Iome, today received at "Although unworthy, being constt- junction of tile apostle of the gen- 47th of her religious porfesslou as a the bands of Cardinal Gibbons, the tuted by divhm mercy In the sublIm-tiles, which is also tim sentiment of Sister of the Holy Names. The de- red berretta and donned the robes ity of the apostolic See, and by virtue your own illustrious founder: 'Crania ceased nun was born in Montreal, . vestra in charitate flant.' It all your l'rovince of Quebec, of Irish parents. which will hereafter mark his ranl, of our office having care of lbe web works be done in ctlarity. By your In 1.863 the zealous sister generously qhe ceremony, which is the second fare of the Catholic Church, among justice you have settled disputes. By responded to a call from her General step in his elevation to his new posi- the chief solicitudes is that the col- your charity you have healed the Superior to devote her life to educa- tion, was marked by all the pomp lcge of our venerable brothers, the t wounds which are sometimes inflicted tional work in the newly founded and brilliancy usually attendant upon cardinals of the Holy Romax: Church, t bY,, but one sad note in the NamesACademieSin Oregon.el the Sisters of the Holy such occasions. It was held in the should be kept brilliant by most dis- t jeuoys festivity of today and that is Of these 37 years, the greater part venerable cathedral, the first edifice tinghished men as the dignity of that found in the reflection that your emi- was spent at St. Mary's Academy, of its kind erected upon American most splendid order demands. For nence is destined to leave us. But Portland. Sister M. Hedwidge taught this reason we have determined to in-I we indulge the hope that you will successively at St. Mary's Academy, soil and in whtch the first American abide with us for some time yet. And The Dalles, and Sacred Heart Acade- priest and the first American bishop scribe you in their numl)er for your we are cheered and comforted by the my, Salem. were ordained. Among those who wit- piety, your learning, your zeal for the consideration that when you take up Hundreds of old pupils, whose lives Catholic faith and your other quall- your residence in Rome the holy fath- were benefited by the teachings of the nessed it were men and women promi, ties and gifts of mind, whlch lead us er will have In you a wise and pru- deceased, will read this announcemen neat in every walk of life--diplomats, dent counsellor who is conversant with sadness and recall with gratitude legislators, educators, journalists, and Its to hope that your ministry will be with the religious, moral and social the labors of the gentle little nun ecclesiasts, the latter including half of great use and benefit to the church conditions of the Lhdted States. Your whose life was made beautiful by its of God. eminence will be able to lnfomn his love for God and its devotion to duty. a score of archbishops, half a hundred "Since, however, our beloved son, holiness that in no country in the His Grace Most Rev. Archbishop bishops, priests, monks and seminar- Reginald Pins de Raymond, to whom Christian world can be found a hler- Christie mmg pontifical requtem mass fans. we had committed the honorable duty archy, or clergy, or people more loyal on Wednesday morning, assisted by att(l more devoted to the sovereign Rev. Father McNally as deacon and The initial step in the ceremony of apostolic delegate, has declined it, pontiff, more tenacious of 'The f,'tith Father Bolls as sub-deacon. Father took place in the palace of the car- we accepted his refusal and resolved once delivcred to the saints,' more O'Reilly and Father Cestelli acted as dinal and consisted of the transmls- to commit it to Francis Marchetti, au- zeah)us in extending the kingdom of deacons of honor and Father Hogan sion of the herretta to Cardinal Glb- ditor of the apostolic delegation in Christ than the bishops and priests as master of ceremonies. bans by Mgr. Marchetti, the papal the United States of North America, and laity of the United States. Archbishop Christi 9 delivered a set  "Be assured most eminent father nmn on the beautiful life and char- delegate. Brief addresses were made who will present to you, created by lhat our prayers and best wishes will acter of the deceased nun, and the by both participants in this affair. its a cardinal of the Holy Roman follow you. May you enjoy in the virtues aud rewards of a religious While this was in progress a proces- church, one of the insignia of this sub- eternal city that peace and tranquil- life. sion was formed in front of Calveri lime dignity, the red beretta, so that lty which is the fruit of a mission The services were attended by a faithfully accomplished." large number of the former pupils of ball, a block away, in which were ar- when it shall have been conferred on Cardinal Gibbons descended from the deceased. The remains were tak- ranged in the order named, the semi- you, having been raised to the cardl- his throne and advanced to the front en to St Paul, Ore., by boat and de- narians, priests, Franciscan and Au- nalitial dignity, must ever stand feat'- of the altar accompanied by his at- posited in the vault of the Com- gustinian monks, the members of the less anti invincible against all dangers tendants bearing the berretta. Mgr. munlty. lactulty in the Catholic University in Marttnelli arose and escorted by the to tim church ol God, even to tile n tembers of the noble guard and the NEW APOSTOLIC DELEGATE. :,' Washington, abbots, bishops and fin- shedding of your blood, precious In papel chamberlains, walked toward ....... ally the archbishops, the purple and tile sight of the Lord. We wish, how- Cardinal Gibbons, before whom he According to the Rome correspond- : gold of their rich vestments adding ever, that before you receive the ber- knelt and bowed his head. Slowly eat of tim London Daily Chronicle, :: brilliancy to the scene. At 10 o'clock retta you will by all means take the lifting the berretta from tile silver Mgr. Palewskl, apostolic delegate to i., they moved through Cathedral to oath to be given to you by the said salver upon which it rested. Cardinal Bombay, will be nomlaated delegate Gibbons unfolded it and hehi it high for eitlmr Canada or the United Charles street, passing the palace of Francis Marchettl, and that, signed in order that the congregation might States the cardinal, where they were joined by you, you send ti to us either see it. Then stooping and with what by his eminence, clad in full official through him or through some other seemed to be a softly murmured pray- HISHAP TO MGR. O'CONNELL. paraphernalia, who took his place last person, er, he placed it upon the head of the cardinal-elect, who arose and advanc- Brooklyn, May 1.--Very Rev. Mgr. in the line. Thence the procession "Given at St. Peter's, Rome, under ing to the front of the altar spoke as Joseph P. O'Connell, rector of the moved to the main entrance of the the seal of the Fisherman's seal on follows: Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, cathedral, the 15th day of April, 1991, and in the "Most eminent and most reverend tact with an accident on Saturday The cardinal-elect meanwhile had twenty-fourth year of our pontificate, sir: which may confine him to his bed for entered the building through a rear ISigned) "ALOYSIUS, "Having been by the ktndness of a considerable period. He. was stand- the supreme pontiff made a member lag on a chair winding a clock when door and advanced to met the pro- "Cardinal Macchl." of the sublime college' of cardinals of a tendon In one of his legs snapped, cession at th altar rail. The cardinal Mgr. Marchettt, upon the conclusion the Holy Roman Church, nothing The Monsignor was thrown to the and the cardinal-elect saluted each of the reading of the briefs, advanced could have pleased me more than to floor. ether profoundly and each sought the to Cardinal Gibbons' throne and de- receive from your eminence, surround- When a chaplain in the Confederate throne provided for him. That for livered to him an address informing ed by this crowd of bishops and illus- army Mgr. O'Connell was wounded in trious personages, the insignia of this the same leg, but tim wound is not Cardinal Gibbons occupied the gospel hhn that the supreme pontiff had cam. honor and high dignity. It rejoices likely to affect the present trouble. side of the altar, while that of the mitted to him the office of investing me to receive these signs of pontifical cardinal-elect was placed upon tlle with the red berretta Cardinal Mar. favor in this metropolitan see in BISHOP OF PORTLAND, M'E. epistle side. When they had seated tinelll, of whom Mgr. Marchetti said: which the example of your apostolic zeal and pastoral ('are have been so Rome, Tuesday, May 7.--The ltOpt themselves the papal liriefs to Cat'. "His obedience overcame his humll- I)right and have done so ranch for t.he today confirmed the appointment of dlnal Gibbons and Cardinal-elect Mar lty and brought him unwilling to his rromotion of Catholic interests as Father O'Connell, rector of the Amer- iinellt were read as follows: sublime dignity, of which I will say well as for the furtherance of all the lean college here, as bishop of Port- Papal Brief to Cardinal Gibbons. l:othing at present, as another more things which aid in the progress of land, Me. ;.::'c' "Leo XIII., Pope, to our beloved sea worthy than I will more clearly and humarH|y and the guory (if the na- tion. WAS WEDDED AT HIS MOTHER'8 James Gibbons, Cardinal-Priest of the nlore gracefully speak of it." "But you will permit me to add an- Holy Roman Church, Archbishop of Cardinal Gtl)bons responded as fol- ether reasou for my hal)piness. I find DEATHBED. Baltimore: lows: it in your continuous and luntiring "Our beloved son, health and apes- "Most eminent father: I beg leave kindness toward me from the tuoment New York, April 30.--At the request in which I)3 the command el the su- of Mrs. Jules Reynal, who was hourly tolls blessing.  to tender to your eminence my most Havmg thls day created cardinal of i preme I)on:iff. I was l)laced at the expecting her death, her ehler son, the Holy Roman church our venerable I sincere congratulations on the well head (it the apostolic delegation, t Nathaniel C. Reynal, yesterday was brother, Sebastian Martinelll, titula i merited honor which the holy father "rhese and other conshlerations awak- I married to Mrs. Sara Caldwell Ruttor. archbishop of Ephesus, we have cam- t has conferred on you In associating en in me a spirit of gratitude toward mitted to our beloved son, Fl'anclr you with the members of the sacred your eminence. 1 I)eg 3,Oll to accept The ceremony was perfornled by Marchetti, one of our private chain, college. And I am sure ihat in offer- the thanks whivh I cordlally offer you Archbishop Corrigan at the home, No. berlaius, the duty of presenting to him ing my felicitations, l am exl)ressing au(l not only to yeu but to the lllus- ;I 2(;3 Madison avenue, ai the bedslle of the red berretta, the second mark el not only the sentiments of my own trious prelates and others who have Mrs. Reynal, only immediate menloers his new dignity. Monslgnor Marchet. heart but those of all my veuerable (.ome te h(mor this occasion by the.irl V faithfully and diligently assists colleagues of the American episcopate presence do I offer the expresshms ! of the family being present. - Cardinal Martinelli in the apostolic who are so numerously represented of my sincere gratitude. Meanwhile I It is a remarkable and romantic co- .... delegation, on this joyous occasion most Reverend Sir. l pray the great incidence that Mr. Eugene S. Reynal, :i!Jri' "He will present htmself to your "They have come Irom the north and good God long to preserw and recently was marrle(l to Miss Adelaide : i (.mtnence in the performance of his and south, from the east and west. bless you." Fitzgerald at a time when l)oth were : office and will bring your our greet- and many of them from a considerable Havtng conch:dcd the address, the dangerously Ill with scarlet fever and :i ings. We commend him, entrusted distance and with Inconvenience newly made cardinal reth'ed to the ill-/ with the honorable duties of our able- te themselves as this is the season mw sanctuary and in a few momeuts: when Mr. Rcynal was expecting death ! gate to your kindness and beg you ta oF year when they are usually engag- returned (lad in his eardinalilial at any moment. His recovery began i i! receive hlm with conshleration and (:(1 in a(hnintstertng confirmation and robes. Almost immediately afterward with the ceremony that made film a  : benevolence as is fitting; for doing in making the visitation of their die. he divested himself of these and ap-i husband. : ,! which we ourselves shall feel duly eese. I am eertaln also that the go()(] peared In the w lte and gohl vest- I . i , ..... grateful to you. As an attgury of wishes of the prelates are shared by ments of the mass in which he was I PRIEST BURNED ALIVE, heavenly blessing and as a sign of our the ('lergy throughout the United pontilhate. Assisted by his priests ! .. good will, we send you most lovingly States. I,ess than tire years ago you and deacons, lie conducted thts amid: l,ondon. May 8.----'rhe Dally Express in the Lord the apostolic benediction, came among us an entire stranger the breathless attention of the vast "Giwul at St. Peter's, Rome. under You will leave us bound 1)y the hal- audience. The sermon was delivered prints a dispatcl t'rom Its eorrespo[k(|- the Fisherman's seal. on the 15th (lay h)wed ties el friendship without a sin- by Archbishol) Ryan, of Philadelphia. ent at Slmnghai stating that Father ' of April, A. D. 1901, and in the tweu- gle enemy to sound a discordant note after which Cardinal Gibbons pro- Paoli, un Italian Roman Catholic 'mis. :: ty-fourth year of our pontificate. , h the unlvers'd jubilee of I)ralse and tounced the benedi('tion and the sere-' sionary was burlle(] altve by Bo)rs (Signed) "ALEXANDER VOI,PtNI. '' (ongratnlation. mouy was ended. il the province of Sllentl  '::i , ii :: , L'i,