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ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. PAUL. St. Paul Seminary: At the meeting of the Alumni Association, Thursday, October 17, the triennial election of officers took place after the Solemn High Mass commemorating the dedi cation of St. Mary's chapel. The new officers are: President, Reverend Thomas F. Gleeson, pastor of St. John's church, St. Paul Secretary, Reverend Patrick R. Cunningham of Hastings, Minnesota Treasurer, Rev erend William H. Blum of Robbinsdale Minnesota. The two members elected to the board of directors are the Rev erend Leo Gans of St. Cloud and the Reverend Edwin V. O'Hara of Port land, Oregon. The directors still mem bers of the board are Reverend Joseph A. Corrigan, pastor of St. Mark's church, St. Paul Reverend S. A. Iciek, pastor of the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Duluth Reverend Thomas E. Cullen, pastor of the Pro-Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Minne apolis and Reverend John Dunphy of St. Thomas College. The retiring president, Reverend James C. Byrnes, reviewed the work of the Association since its oiganization in 1909 when he was elected its first president. He thanked the members for their loyalty to the Seminary and their co-operation with the officers of the Association. The Most Reverend Archbishop was present at the dinner, which was served at 12:30 o'clock, and afterward received the members of the Alumni in the Administration building. The growth of the Seminary is shown in the contrast between the number en rolled in the old St. Thomas Seminary and college which on its opening day twenty-seven years ago had fifty-five students in both departments, and this year's registration in the St. Paul Seminary, which is one hundred and eighty-nine, representing twenty-one dioceses. St. Ambrose Church: From Octo ber 23 to October 27, there was expo sition of the Blessed Sacrament every evening in the Church of St. Ambrose, St. Paul, at 7:00 o'clock at which the pastor, Reverend Albert A. Comparini gave an instruction followed by Bene diction. Our Lady of Mount Carmel: A new bell will be blessed in the church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Minne apolis, Sunday, October 27. The pas tor, Reverend Albert Bandini will con duct the services. Visit of Archbishop Redwood: The Most Reverend Francis M. Redwood, Archbishop of Wellington, New Zea land, is spending a few days in St. Paul as the guest of the Most Rev erend Archbishop. He is on his way to Europe and will visit the Holy Father before returning to his diocese. Confirmation Dates: The Most Rev erend Archbishop will administer Con firmation in the church of the Blessed Virgin, New Trier, Sunday, October 27 and ir the church of St. Mathias, Hampton, on Monday, October 28. De La Salle Institute: The Execu tive Committee of the De La Salle Alumni Association held Us regular quarterly business meeting in the resi dence of the Brothers in Minneapolis, Sunday, October 20. The meeting was attended by Messrs. Michael Hurley, James Murphy, James Cogwin, Wil liam Doyle, James Flaherty, J. Oys and Leo J. Gleason. Numerous mat ters appertaining to the Annual Ban quet were discussed. The members of the Association will be notified in the near future as to the date selected and other particulars relating to the event. The ranks of the Association will be swelled to the extent of sixty four, this being the number of young men who finished in 1912. They will be initiated into the Association Wed nesday evening, November 6. A com mittee of three has been appointed to look after their interests, and a largfe attendance of the old members is ex pected. New Ulm: The St. Patrick Council of the Knights of Columbus elected new officers at their annual meeting October 4. On the following Monday, October 11, the new officers were in stalled by District Deputy, J. M. Hoh mann of Mankato. The corner stone of the new Loretto Hospital will be laid Sunday, October 27 and the new chapel will be blessed Reverend Robert Schlinkert, pastor of Holy Trinity church, will conduct the ceremonies. Addresses will be deliv ered by Father Schlinkert and by Mayor Fritsche. The new hospital will be three stories high, exclusive of the attic and basement. The de sign calls for a main building and one wing to be erected for the present the opposite wing to be built in the future when needed. The estimated cost will be about $80,000, including the heating plant, which is housed in a separate building. The contract spe cifies that the building must be ready for occupancy not later than April 1, 1913. Glencoe: Reverend John J. Byrne pastor of St. George's church, pre sented a class of fifty-two for Confirm ation by the Right Reverend Bishop Lawler, Sunday, October 20. Since the present pastor took charge of the parish the church of St. George has been much improved. The in terior has been frescoed and stained glass windows have been donated by members of the parish. Faribault: The members of the lo cal council of the Knights of Colum bus observed Columbus Day on Sun day, October 20, by attending the Sol emn Hign Mass in the church of the Immaculate Conception. Reverend Henry Cahill preached the sermon. Bethlehem Academy in charge of the Dominican Sisters, has an enrollment of eighty-one boarders this year be sides a number of day scholars. This attendance is the largest in the his tory of the school. Parish of Our Lady of Lourdes: Unusual interest attaches to the fair being held this week for the benefit of the church of Our I^ady of Lour des, Minneapolis, on account of the extensive preparations made by those having the matter in charge and the value of the prizes donated by mem bers of the parish. Among the latter are a building lot in the city, an auto mobile costing about $700, a davenport worth $80, and two diamond rings valued at $125 and $50 respectively. The program each evening consists of an address by some prominent lay man of the city besides several mu sical numbers. The fair will close Sat urday night. DIOCESE OF DULUTH. Diocesan Correspondent. Rev. P. J. Lydon, Box 772, Duluth, Minn. Chisholm: Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated recently in Chisholm for the late Father Tscholl. Rev. J. E. Schiffrer, the pastor, was the cele brant, assisted by Rev. Wm. Powers, as deacon, and Rev. A. Pirnat as sub deacon. Revs. C. V. Gamache and Rev. M. Bilban were masters of cere monies. A sermon in English was preached by Father Hogan of Hibbing and another in Slovenian by Father Joseph Pollak. Duluth: On Thursday evening Oc tober 17, twelve young ladies gradu ated from St. Mary's Hospital Train ing School for Nurses. The exercises were held in the Cathedral Auditor ium. Addressed were made by Dr. A. C. Taylor, C. O. Baldwin, and Rev. H. A. Floyd. The graduates are: Misses Clara Breslin, St. Paul Jose phine Drama, Duluth Rosalia Torbe, Goodland, Minn. Nora Marco, Brain erd Elizabeth O'Connor, Brainerd Rose Gagne, Hayward, Wis. Clara O'Donnell, Duluth Anna Frykdahl, Duluth Anna Locknikar, Albany, Minn. Florence Carlson, Duluth Estelle Ward, Waukon, Iowa Clara Fowler, St. Cloud. On last Sunday the Rt. Rev. Bishop confirmed a large class in St. Jean Baptiste parish, Duluth. Rev. C. V. Gamache has been ap pointed pastor of Nashwauk, Kewatin and Marble. The Sisters wish to thank Messrs. M. H. Kelley and A. M. Chisholm for their donation of scholarships to the Cathedral School. DIOCESE OF FARGO. Diocesan Correspondent: Rev. V. J. Ryan, 608 Broadway, Fargo, N. D. Personal: Right Reverend Bishop McGavick of Chicago spent last week at Mercy Hospital, Devils Lake. Though on a health vacation the Bishop put his time to good use in slaughtering North Dakota's abundant game. The results of his hunting were generously turned over for the benefit of the patients at the Hospital Devils Lake: The Sisters of Mercy are planning on a fair for the benefit of St. Mary's Academy and Mercy Hospital. Casselton: Rev. J. Quillinan has erected an artistic set of Stations of the Cross in St. Leo's Church. The stations ere a fitting memorial of the retreat preached by Rev. Wm. Carroll, C. SS. R. Hillsboro: Plans for the new church to be erected here have been approved. Hillsboro is one of Rev erend J. V. Koelman's many missions. Fairmount: Recently the former high school building at Fairmount was purchased by St. Anthony's congrega tion to serve the purpose of parish school and academy. The building is now being improved and remodeled with living rooms for sisters and dor mitories for pupils. School will be conducted in temporary quarters until their own building is ready for use The new school is in charge of the Dominican Sisters and is known as St. Dominic's Academy. Fairmount is to be the headquarters of the Dominican Order in North Dakota. DIOCESE OF LEAD. Lead: The following resolution in regard to the question of Sunday ob servance was passed at the last meet ing of the Federated Churches (non Catholic) of Lead: The Federated Churches of Lead be lieve that the Sunday is the day of rest and recuperation so constituted and ordained by Divine, example and authority, and that greater blessings would flow to the people of Lead if they could have the Sabbath Day for repose and for the attendance upon Divine services by as many as might desire it. The Federation of Churches therefore heartily acquieces with the Rev. Bishop Busch in his article on Sunday observance published in a re cent issue of the Lead Daily Call. His views on this important subject are in harmony with the views of the mem bers of the Federation as past discus sion and interviews have disclosed. The Federated Churches of Lead are profoundly interested in the wel fare of the Homestake Mining Com pany and greatly appreciate its kind ness and good will extended to them the churches also highly appreciate what the company is seeking to do for its employes in giving them every facility in the way of its public and free institutions for their recreation, comfort ai*d self improvement. The Federation appreciates the in terest the company has taken in it, and also the good will shown towards the unemployed. The Federated Churches of Lead and all other churches in Lead, wish the company every success and would hail with delight the day, should it come, when the company might make such adjustment with its employes so as to restore to them as far as possible the Sabbath. Trail City: This settlement, which until recently was called Cheyenne Junction, enjoyed the privilege of hearing Mass, Sunday, October 13. There is no church here as yet but the parishioners secured the use of a hall for the day. More than half of the congregation are Indians. They know more than a dozen Catholic hymns and take the lead in the con gregational singing during the Mass. Fort Pierre: The foundation for the new church has just been com pleted at a cost of $475.00 of which the pastor, Reverend M. Schwaebe has already collected $415.00. On October 14 the ladies of the Altar Society gave a supper which netted $55. This will be used to pay for candles, altar wine and coal for the church. The par ishioners, under the direction of their pastor, are now making preparations for a sacred concert. Fort Pierre now has High Mass three Sundays in the month, the pastor going to Capa on the fourth Sunday. At the latter place the people held a social two weeks ago which netted about $20 while a good convert there donated $28 for a mon strance and $20 toward the price of the new vestment case already or dered. DIOCESE OF ST. CLOUD. Diocesan Correspondent: Rev. Leo Gans, D. C. L., the Cathedral, St. Cloud. St. Cloud: A week's mission was opened in St. Patrick's parish, St. Cloud, last Sunday under the direc tion of Rev. Father Larpenteur, O. P., of Holy Rosary church, Minneapolis. Ordinations at St. John's: Last Thursday the Rt. Rev. Bishop con ferred minor orders in the university chapel on^ Joseph Kilian, Joseph Wil litzer and John Tracy. On Friday morning the following were ordained to subdeaconship: John Kilian of the St. Cloud diocese, Joseph Willitzer of La Crosse, Michael Pollack of La Crosse, and Joseph Fraling of the Crookston diocese. Solemn Profession: On Saturday, October 12, the Rt. Rev. Abbot offi ciating, the following clerics mad^ solemn profession for the Benedictine order: Fr. Victor Ronellenfitch, of Buckman Fr. Florian Locnikar, of Krain, Minn. Fr. Odilo Kohler, of St. Martin Fr. Adelbert TJnruhe, of At tenhausen, Westphalia, and Fr. Edgar Kees, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Confirmation: On October 23 Bishop Trobec confirmed in St. Joseph's Po lish church at Browerville, Minn., and next week, October 29, the Rt. Rev. Bishop will confirm in Holy Trinity church, Royalton, and also officiate at the laying of the cornerstone of the new church "being erected at the lat ter pla&e. DIOCESE OF WINONA New Club House: At a recent meet ing of the Catholic residents of the East End, Winona, it was decided to erect a new clubhouse for the bene fit of the young people. After a thor ough discussion of all phases of the question a committee was appointed to raise $30,000 for the project. Rev. J. J. Pacholski, pastor of St. Stanis laus church, was elected honorary president of the board selected to promote the enterprise. The other officers are: Miss Monica Kowalew ski, president Aloisus Grabowski, vice president Joseph Guzinski, secretary Felix Lewinski, treasurer. DIOCESE OF SUPERIOR. Diocesan Correspondent: »Rev. J. A. Pilon, 628 Bay Street, Superior, Wis. Personal: The Rev. Nicholas Kief fed of Park Falls, wno has been seri ously ill at St. Joseph's Hospital in Ashland for the past few weeks, has been taken to the Alexian Brothers' Hospital at Chicago for treatment. Very little change has been reported in his condition. His scores of friends are all praying for his speedy and complete recovery. Father Henry Knufer, a newly ordained priest, has charge of Park Falls in the mean time. St. Joseph's Parish. The Bazaar given by the members of St. Joseph's congregation, Superior, in the Sacred Heart Auditorium last week was a complete success- in every regatd. About four thousand dollars was. realized for the parish. Pastor and people are both to be congratulated. Bishop Schinner: Bishop Schinner sang a Pontifical High Mass Sunday at St. Mary's Church, Milwaukee, on the occasion of the sixty-fifth anni versary of the founding of that parish. St. Mary's was Bishop Schinner's home parish during his boyhood days. St. Francis Church: Forty Hours' Devotion was held in the Franciscan parish at the East End, Superior, dur ing the first three days of the pres ent week. The occasion was made notable by the presence of Father Fa bian, so long connected with St. Ag nes' Church at Ashland, but now of St. Paul. Rev. Fathers Schlitz and' Bourbach ahd Mr. William Diederich of the Die derich-Schaefer Co. of Milwaukee are visiting .it the home of Father Weber during the present week. Superior" Deanery: Monsignor Fardy, V. G., has sent out invitations to the semi-annual conference of the Superior Deanery to be held at the Franciscan Monastery, Superior, Tues day, November 5. The conference will be given over to a consideration of the changes in the Breviary. Papers have been assigned on the following subjects: "Why the Change?" "What the Change?" "When the Change?" "What Our duty in Regard to the Change?" and finally, "Who Made the Change?" Hudson: The annual bazaar for the benefit of St. Patrick's church was held in the Armory this week begin ning Tuesday, October 22, and ending Friday evening. Wanted—Second hand Pews for base ment of a church. Address Rev. F. M. Doring, Rogers, Minn. WANTED—A widow wishes to place her twin babies, boy and girl, one year old, in a good Catholic family. Will work for their support. Enquire at this office. Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF Ramsey, ss. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary M. Kane, Decedent. The State of Minnesota to All Whom It May Concern: The petition of Rev. John A. Kane having been filed in this court, repre senting that Mary M. Kane, then a resident of the County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, died intestate on the 10th day of October. 1912 and praying that letters of administration of her estate be granted to Rev. John A. IC&I16 It Is Ordered, That said petition be heard and that all persons interested in said matter be and hereby are cited anfl required to appear before this Court on Monday, the 18th day of No vember, 1912, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon or as soon thereafter as said matter can be heard, at the Probate Court Room, in the Court House in the City of St. Paul, in said County, and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted and that this citation be served by the pub lication thereof in the Catholic Bul letin, according to law, and by mailing a copy of this citation at least 14 days before said day of hearing, to each of the heirs of said decedent whose names and addresses are known and appear from the files of this court. Witness the Judge of said Court, this 21st day of. October. A. D. 1912. E. W. BAZIL.LE. Judge of Probate. (Seal of Probate Court.) Attest: P. W. Gosewisch, Clerk of Probate. Kennedy & Kennedy. Attorneys, Commerce Building, St. Paul, Minn. 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