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THE WASHINGTON TIMES
The National Daily
TUESDAY, APRIL 21,1925.
CHILDREN PH
THIBUTETO
PRIEST
Attend Requiem Mass at St.
Paul’s for Monsignor
Jarhes F. Mackin
Children of St Paul’s parochial
school and children and sisters from
various orphanage® today paid trib
ute to Monsignor James F. Mackin,
venerable pastor, at a requiem mass
today in St. Paul’s Church,
Fifteenth and V streets northwest.
The body of the distinguished
Catholic prelate was removed from
the church rectory last night by
members of the Holy Name So
ciety and taken into • the church—
the • church which the late priest
founded forty years ago.
More than 1,000 persons filed
past the bier last night, stopping
later to offer prayers for the re
pose of their beloved pastor.
Today’* mass is one of three.
The first was given over to chil
dren because of Monsignor Mackin s
love for them. . <he mass was
sung by the Reverend Leo J.
Fpaly. The Reverend James T.
Coon served as deacon and the Rev
erend Edmund J. Fontaine as sub
deacon. ...
Tonight at 7:00 o’clock women of
the sodalities will offer the office
of the dead. t
A special requiem mass will be
•aid tomorrow morning at 10
o’clock. Members of the parish will
attend. , M
Funeral services will be held
Thursday .morning, the Most Rev
erend Michael J. Curley, archbishop
of Baltimore, pontificating. Admit
tance to this mass will be by card
only. ; About 500 priests are expect
ed to attend this service.
Interment will be in Mount Olivet
Cemetary.
Officers of the various councils
of the Knights of Columbus held a
special meeting last night in the
Knights of Columbus Home and
adopted resolutions mourning the
d th of Monsignor Mackin. State
Deputy James A. Sullivan pre
sided. '
TWO LAW BODIES
GATHERING
HERE
Former Secretary of State
Hughes Will Address
Annual Meetings
Simultaneous annual meetings of
the American Society of Interna
tional Law and the conference of
Teachers of International Law and
Related Subjects will be held Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday at the
New Willard Hotel.
Former Secretary of State Charles
Evans Hughes, president of the
society, is making a special trip
from Bermuda to attend the meet
ings. Teachers from sixty of the
leading universities of the country
Will be at the conference. The two
meetings will be held separately.
Many of the delegates are members
of . both organizations.
’ The program of the American So
ciety of International Law includes
an address by Mr. Hughes at 8:30
o’clock Thursday night, a business
session Friday morning, a recep
tion by the President Friday after-
Eoon at 4:30 o’clock, addresses by
lavid Jayne Hill, vice president,
and Thomas Raebam White, Friday
night, a business session Saturday
morning and the annual banquet
Saturday night.
Addresses at the annual banquet
will be made by Secretary of State
Fjank B. Kellogg, Sir Esme How
ard, British ambassador; Doctor A.
C. D. de Graeff, minister of the
Netherlands, and Henry W. Ander
son. agent for the United States
mixed claims commission to Mex
ico. Former Secretary of State
Hughes will be toastmaster.
The teachers conference program
includes round table discussions
Thursday and Saturday mornings
and Thursday afternoon and a
luncheon conference at noon Friday.
Killed When Car Upsets
MONROE, Mich., April 21.
Joseph Kimball, thirty-one, Roches
ter, N. Y., was killed when his car
turned over near Rockwood late
yesterday. A companion escaped
with slight bruises.
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