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THE SAGE FOUNDATION. March 12, 1907. Mrs. Russell Sage of New York | vice, to suggest how these conditions can be remannounced that she had set aside the sum of $10.- edied or ameliorated and to put in operation any 000,000 to be known as the Sage foundation and to appropriate means to that end. be devoted to the improvement of the social and It will also be within the scope of the founliving conditions in the United States. As trustees dation to establish any new agency necessary to

she appointed Robert W. carry out any of its conclusions and equally to
De Forest, Cleveland H. contribute to the resources of any existing agen-
Dodge, Daniel C. Gil cies which are doing efficient and satisfactory
man, John M. Glenn, work, just as the present general education fund,
Miss Helen Gould, Mrs. organized to promote higher education, is aiding
William B. Rice and existing colleges and universities.
Miss Louise L. Schuy "While its scope is broad, it should, preferably.
ler. Following is a part not undertake to do within that scope what is now
of the statement given being done and likely to be effectively done by
out by Mrs. Sage as to other individuals or by other agencies with less re-
the object of the gift: sources. It will be its aim to take up the larger

"I have set aside $10, and more difficult problems and to take them up,
000,000 for the endow so far as possible, in such a manner as to secure
ment of this foundation. co-operation and aid in their solution.
Its object is the im "In some instances it may wisely initiate move.
provement of social and ments with the expectation of having them
living conditions in the maintain themselves unaided after once being
United States. The started. In other instances it may start move-
means to that end will ments with the expectation of carrying them on
include research, pabli itself. The income only will be used for its char-
cation, education, the itable purposes because the foundation is to be
establishment and main permanent and its action continuous. It may, how.
tenance of charitable ever, make investments for social. betterment

and beneficial activities, which themselves produce income. MRS. RUSSELL SAGE. agencies and institutions | “While having its headquarters in New York

and the aid of any such | city, where Mr. Sage and I have lived and where activities, agencies and institutions already estab social problems are most pressing and complicated, lished.

partly by reason of its extent and partly because “It will be within the scope of the foundation it is the port of entry for about a million immito investigate and study the causes of adverse Su grants a year, the foundation will be national in cial conditions, including ignorance, poverty and its scope and in its activities.”

RICHARD MANSFIELD'S ROLES AND PLAYS.

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Richard Mansfield, the foremost American actor Shylock in “The Merchant of Venice," Herrof his time, died at his summer home in New mann's theater. New York, Oct. 23, 1893. London, Conn., Aug. 30, 1907, at the age of 50. Capt. Bluntschli in "Arms and the Man," Herald His last appearance was in "The Parisian Ro Square, theater, New York, Sept. 17, 1894. mance' at the New Amsterdam theater, New Napoleon in "Emperor Napoleon," Herald Square York city, March 23. Following is a list of the theater, Nov. 26, 1894. principal roles assumed by him, with the time and Rodion in "Rodion the Student,” Garrick theater, place of the first production of each play:

New York, May 8, 1895. Baron Chevrial in "A Parisian Romance," Union

Sir John Sombras in “Castle Sombras," Grand Square theater, N. Y., Jan, 10, 1883.

opera house, Chicago, Dec. 3, 1895. Prince Karl in "Prince Karl," Boston Museum,

Dick Dudgeon in The Devil's Disciple,” BleeckApril 5, 1886.

er hall, Albany, Oct. 14, 1897. Dual role in “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Bos

Eugene Courvoisier in "The First Violin," Hollis

Street theater, Boston, April 18, 1898. ton Museum, July 11, 1886.

Cyrano in "Cyrano de Bergerac," Garden theater. Jadot in “Monsieur,” Madison Square theater, New York, Oct. 3, 1899. N. Y., July 11, 1887.

King Henry in "King Henry V.,” Garden theRichard in "King Richard III.," Globe theater, ater, New York, Oct. 3, 1900. London, March 16, 1889.

Beaucaire in "Monsieur Beaucaire,” Garrick theHumpy Logan in “Master and Man," Palmer's ater, Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1901. theater, New York, Feb. 5, 1890.

Brutus in "Julius Cæsar," Grand opera house, Beau Brummel in "Beau Brumme Madison

Chicago, October, 1902. Square theater, May 17, 1890.

Karl Heinrich 'in “Old Heidelberg," Lyric theDon Juan in “Don Juan," Garden theater, New

ater, New York, October, 1903. York, May 18, 1891.

Ivan in "Ivan the Terrible," New Amsterdam

theater, New York, March, 1904. Nero in "Nero,” Garden theater, New York,

Don Carlos in "Don Carlos," Grand opera house, Sept. 21, 1891.

Chicago, October, 1905. Tittlebat Titmouse in "10,000 a Year." Garden Alceste in "The Misanthrope," New York, Detheater, Feb. 23, 1892.

cember, 1905. Arthur Dimmesdale in "The Scarlet Letter,” Peer 'Gynt in "Peer Gynt,” Grand opera house, Daly's theater, New York, Sept. 12, 1892.

Chicago, Oct. 29, 1906.
DISTANCE OF VISIBILITY OF OBJECTS ON THE LAKES.

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CHURCHES IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1906.
[Compiled by Dr. H. K. Carroll for the Christian Advocate.]
Minis-
Mem-

Minis

Mem. Denomination. ters. Churches. bers. Denomination.

ters. Churches. bers. Adventists-1. Evangelical.

30
1,147 3. Progressive ...

263

17,000 2. Advent Christians...... 912 610 26,500 4. Seventh-Day (German). 5

194 3. Seventh-Day ...........

1,707 60, 171 4. Church of God......... 19 29

647

Total Dunkards........ 3,241 1,100 121,194 5. Life and Advent Union 60

3,800

Evangelical Bodies6. Churches of God in

1. Evangelical association 995 1,735 110,320 Jesus Christ.......... 54 95 2,872

2. United Evangelical..... 513 995 69,019 Total Adventists...... 1,565 2,499 95,437

Total Evangelical..... 1,508 2,730 179,339 Baptists-1. Regular (north) 7,947 9,274 1,113,222

Friends-1. Orthodox ....... 1,302 830 94,507 2. Regular (south)........ 13,334 21,863 1,939,563

2. "Hicksite"

183 19,545 3. Regular (colored)....... 12,043 16,663 1,779,691

3. “Wilburite'

38

4, 168 4. Six-Principle

.
8
858 4. Primitive .....

11

232 5. Seventh-Day .. .. 116 88 8,493 6. Freewill

1,248
1,409
82,303

Total Friends.......... 1,466 1,075 118,752 7. Original Freewill... 120 167 12,000 8. General ....

475 535

Friends of the Temple.....

29,347 9. Separate

113 103 6,479

German Evang. Protestant. 100 155 20,000 10. United ......

25 204 13,209

German Evangelical Synod. 964 1,227 228,429 11. Bap. Church of Christ.

152

Jews-1. Orthodox ......... 8,254

135

62,000 2,130 3,530 12. Primitive ......

126,000
2. Reformed

166 230 81,000 13. Old Two-Seed-in-theSpirit Predestinarian 300

12,851
Total Jews.........

570
301

143,000 14. Church of God and

Latter-Day Saints-
Saints of Christ......

8,500 1. Utah branch..

752.

350.000

2. Reorganized branch.... 900 553 46,354 Total Baptists......... 38,010 54,566 5,140,770 Brethren (River)

Total Mormons........ 1,652 1,328 396,354 1. Brethren of Christ..... 146

3,500 Lutherans-1. Gen'l Synod. 1,307 1.729 262.821 2. Old Order, or Yorker.. 7

2. United Synod (south).. 226 448 45,383 3. United Zion's Children 20

25

3. General Council........ 1,393 2,136 414,832

4. Synodical Conference.. 2,385 3,932 624,122 Total River Brethren.

4,239 5. United Norwegian...... 453 1.325 152,843 Brethren (Plymouth)

(Independent Synods) 1. Brethren I....... 2,289 6. Ohio ......

705 106,411 2. Brethren II.... 88 2,419 7. Buffalo ..

40 5,255 3. Brethren III... .86 1,235 8. Hauge's .....

122
290

21,181 4. Brethren IV...

718
9. Eielsen's ...

50

1,550 10. Texas ........

2,200 Total Plym. Brethren ......

314
6,661
11. Iowa ........

490 880 95,311 12. Norwegian ....

943 47 Buddhist (Chinese).....

83,079 13. Michigan, etc...

54 Buddhist and

8,174 Shintoist

14. Danish in America... 58 119 11,000 (Japanese) ............

15. Icelandic ..........

10 10,879,930

39 Catholics-1. Rom. Catholics 15,101

4,303 16. Immanuel .........

17 2. Maronite Catholic......

3,785

14
35.000
10
17. Suomai (Finnish).

110
3. Polish Catholic.........
42,850

13, 201 18. Norwegian Free.

425 4. Old Catholic..........

140

40,000

400
19. Danish United......
1,750

101 5. Reformed Catholic....

8,282

20. Slovakian ........ 6. Russian Orthodox......

15.000 103 *55,000

21. Finnish National.... (Eastern or Greek.)

6,700

44 7. Greek Orthodox.......

22. Finnish Apostolic...... *80,000

19

5,400

23. Church of the Luther8. Syrian Orthodox ........

*40,000

an Brethren (Norwe9. Armenian

21
..............

8,500
gian) ...

14 1,600 Total Catholics........ 15,269 12,449 11,143, 455

Independent Congreg'ns

200 25,000 Catholic Apostolic.......... 95

1,491 Total Lutherans...... 72 13,919 1,957,433 Christadelphians .................

1,277

Swedish Evangelical Mis. Christian Connection........ 1,348 1,340 101,597

sion Covenant........

345 351 Christian Catholic (Dowie). 104 110 40,000

46,000 Mennonites-1. Mennonite.

430

23,319 Christian Scientists......... 1,326 80,197

352 Christian Union.....

2. Bruederhoef
268
201

17,500
3. Amish ....

280 126 13,680 Church of God (Winebren

4. Old Amish.....

499 590 narian)

41,475

75

2,438 5. Apostolic ......

209 Church of New Jerusalem.

139 8,084
6. Reformed .....

43

1.680 Communistic Societies

7. General Conference.... 140

10,732 1. Shakers .............. 1,000 8. Church of God in Christ

449 2. Amana ......

· 1,766 9. Old (Wisler)............

17 3. Harmony ....

10. Bundes Conference...

3,036 4. Altruists .....

11. Defenseless ....
Derenseless ........

20

1,126 5. Church Triumphant

12. Brethren in Christ..... 161

4,066 (Koreshan Ecclesia).

205 6. Christian Common

Total Mennonites...... 1,240 701 61,690 wealth

MethodistsTotal Communists..... ...... 22 3,084

1. Methodist Episcopal... 17,694 27,691 2,984,261

2. Union American MethCongregationalists ......... 5,959 5,943 694,923

odist Episcopal....... 138 255 18,500 Disciples of Christ.......... 7,153 11, 110 1,264,758 3. Afr'n Meth. Episcopal 6,1 5,321 842,023 Dunkards-1. Conservative 2,760 855 100,000 4. African Union Metho2. Old Order...

213

4,000
dist Protestant....... 150

3,867

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ters. Churches. bers. 5. African Methodist

Unitarians ..................

544 464 71,000 Episcopal Zion....... 3,871 3,206 573, 107 Universalists ....

720 977 55,831 6. Methodist Protestant.. 1,551 2,242 183,894 Independent Congregations 54 156 14, 126 7. Wesleyan Methodist... 539

609 18,587 8. Meth. Episc'p'l (south) 6,774 16.156 1,631,379

Grand total in 1906... 159,503 207,707 32,283,658 9. Congregat'l Methodist 415 425 24,000

Grand total in 1905...155.203 204,072 31,413,269 10. Congregational Metho

*Estimated. dist (colored)..........

319

ORDER OF DENOMINATIONS. 11. New Congregat'l Meth. 238

417

4,022 12. Zion Union Apostolic..

2,346

Rank Communi- Rank Communi

iu 1906. cants. in 1890. cants. 13. Col'd Meth. Episcopal. 2,673 2,619 219, 739 14. Primitive ...

110 6,888

Roman Catholic............ 1 10,879,930 1 6,231,417 15. Free Methodist......... 1,032 1,106 31,376

Methodist Episcopal....... 2 2,984,261 2 2,240,354 16. Independent Methodist

15 2,569

Regular Baptist (South)... 3 1,939,563 4 1,280,066 17. Evangelist Missionary. 92

5,014

Regular Baptist (Colored). 4 1,779,691 1,348,989

Methodist Epis. (south)... 5 1,631,379 1,209,976
Total Methodists...... 41,483 60,352 6.551,891

Disciples of Christ....... 6 1,264,758 641,051
Presbyterian (Northern)... 7 1,126,469

788, 244 Moravians ...... . 130 119 1 6.923 Regular Baptist (North).. 8 1,113, 222

800, 450 Presbyterians-1. 7,617 7,917 1,126,469 African Meth. Episcopal.. 9 842,023

452,725 2. Cumberland ... 1,514 2,869 185,212 Protestant Episcopal.......10 837,073

532,054 3. Cumberland (colored).. 583 558 42,000 Congregationalists ........11 694,923 10 512,771 4. Welsh Calvinistic

178
13,500 Luth. Synod'l Conference.12 624,122

357,153 5. United

979

964 125, 126 African Meth. Epis. Zion..13 573, 107 13 349.788 6. Southern .............

1,577 3,136 252,882 Lutheran Gen. Council...14 414,832 14 324,846 7. Associate .......

12 31

1,053 Latter-Day Saints.........15 350,000 21 144,352 8. Associate Ref'd (south)

136 12,620 Spiritualists ............... 295,000 39 45,030 9. Reformed (Synod)...... 125 108 9,097 Reformed (German)......

279,483 204,018 10. Reformed(Gen'l Synod) 23 23 3,498 United Brethren.....

267,921 16 202,474 11. Reformed (Covenanted) 1

40 Lutheran General Synod...19 262,821 17 187,432 12. Reformed in the United

Presbyterian (Southern)...20 252,882 18 179,721 States and Canada.. ... 380 Ger. Evangelical Synod... 21 228,420

164,640 Colored Meth. Episcopal...22 219, 739

129,383 Total Presbyterians... 12,705 15,922 1,771,877 Cumberland Presbyterian.23 185, 212 19 164,940

Methodist Protestant......24 183, 894

141,989 Protestant Episcopal

United Norwegian Luth... 25 152,843 25 119,972 1. Protestant Episcopal.. 5,176 7,493 837,073

Primitive Baptist.......... 126,000 24 121,347 2. Reformed Episcopal.... 82

74
9,419

United Presbyterian.......27 125, 126 26 94,402 Tot. Prot. Episcopal.. 5,258 7,567

Reformed (Dutch)..........28

92.970

119,355' 27 846,492

Evangelical Association... 29 110,320 23 133,313 Reformed

Lutheran Synod of Ohio...30 106,411 33 69,505 1. Reformed (Dutch)...... 715 658 119,355 Christian Connection.......31 101,597 29 90,718 2. Reformed (German).... 1,214 1,738 279,483

ORDER OF DENOMINATIONAL FAMILIES. 3. Christian Reformed.... 115 167 23,521

Catholic

..1 11,143,455 1 6,257,871 Total Reformed....... 2,044 2,563

Methodist

2 6,551,8912 4,589,284 422, 359 Baptist .....

3 5,140,770 3 3,717,969 Salvation Army............. 3,773 983 28,500 Lutheran ...

1,957,433 1,231,072 Schwenkfeldians ...........

731 Presbyterian

1,771,877 4 1,278,362 Social Brethren.....

913
Episcopal ......

846,492 6 540,509 Society of Ethical Culture

1,700 Reformed ..

422,3597 309,458 Spiritualists ................

748
295.000 Latter-Day Saints

396,354

166,125 Theosophical Society.........

72
2,607 United Brethren.

286, 238

225, 281 United Brethren,

Evangelical

179,339 10 133,313 1. United Brethren....... 1,943 3,811 267,921 Jewish.

143,000 11 130, 406 2. United Brethren (01

Dunkards ..

121,194 13 73,795 Constitution) ........ 304 540 18,317 Friends ......

118,752 12: 107,208 Adventists ..

95,437 146 0,491 Total United Brethren 2,247 4,351 286,238 | Mennonites

......15 61, 690 15 41,541

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Denominations.
Adventists (six bodies).....
Baptists (fourteen bodies)..
Brethren (River, three bodies)....
Brethren (Plymouth, four bodies)..
Buddhist (Chinese).......
Buddhist and Shintoist (Japanese)....
Catholics (nine bodies).....
Catholic Apostolic...........
Christadelphians ..
Christian Connection.......
Christian Catholic (Dowie)..
Christian Scientists..........
Christian Union................::::
Church of God (Winebrennarian).
Church of the New Jerusalem.......
Communistic Societies (6 bodies).
Congregationalists .........
Disciples of Christ....
Dunkards (4 bodies)......
Evangelical (2 bodies)....
Friends (4 bodies).......
Friends of the Temple.....
German Evangelical Protestant..
German vangelical Synod.......

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CommuniDenominations.

isters. Churches. cants. Jews (2 bodies)...

301 570 143,000 Latter-Day Saints (2 bodies)..

1,652 1,328 396,354 Lutherans (23 bodies) .....

7,852 13,919 1,957,433 Swedish Evangelical Mission Covenant..

345

351 46,000 Mennonites (12 bodies)....

1,240

61,690 Methodists (17 bodies)......

41,483 60,352 6,551,891 Moravians ....................

130
119

16,923 Presbyterians (12 bodies).....

12,705 15,922 1,771,877 Protestant Episcopal (2 bodies).

5,258 7,567 846, 492 Reformed (3 bodies)...

2,044 2,563 422,359 Salvation Army.....

3,773

983 28,500 Schwenkfeldians .......

5

731 Social Brethren ....

20

913 Society for Ethical Culture

1,700 Spiritualists

748 295,000 Theosophical Society......

2,607 United Brethren (2 bodies)..

2,247 4,351 286, 238 Unitarians ............

464

71.000 Universalists.

55,831 Independent Congregations...

54
156

14,126 Grand total in 1906...........

159,503 207,707 32,283,658 Grand total in 1905......

155,203 204,072 31,413,269

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AMERICAN PROTESTANT MISSIONS (1906). -
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66,724 64.087 $213,383 $913,159 Presbyterian board (U. S. A.)... 1837

2,611

63,480 32,430 243,205 1,145,230 Presbyterian board in U.S.(south)

432

10,824 3,471 14,319 256,617 Reformed church in the U.S.. 1838

3,100 625 1,149 84,000 Reformed church in America..... 1832

5,062 9,398 8,813 174,465 United Presbyterian church, N.A. 1858

419

833

19,798 24,359 137,700 262,369 Cumberland Presbyterian......... 1845

1,308 505 4,000 65,165 Synod Reformed Pres. ch., N. A. . 1856

401 791

31,893 Associate Reformed Pres. church. 1873

273 309

18,682 German Evang. Synod of N. A....

108
1,458 1,415

24,635 American Bap. Missionary union.[1814

2,368

4,345 130,902 49.486 1,643 1,025,392 Southern Baptist convention..... 1845

300

12,894 2,093 26,105 '315,248 Free Baptists..

1833

301
1,290 4,105

70,789 Seventh-Day Baptists....... 1843

250 German Baptist Brethren...... 1884

950 500 Methodist Episcopal church... 1819

188,948 62,5351 345,381) 1,599,044 Methodist Epis. church (south).. 1846)

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17,633 8,691) 36,750 623,797 Methodist Protestant church.....

836 500 883 18,650 Free Methodist church, N. A... 1882

1,255 619 908 41,000 Wesleyan Methodist........... 1843

9,387 Protestant Episcopal church... 1820

9,787 6,556 - 46,132

464,751 Evangelical association...... 1876

1,100

230 21,00) United Brethren in Christ...... 1854

1,833 1.191 5,883 61.378 Evang. Luth., gen. synod. U.S. A..

11,670 10,000

65,756 United Synod of Evang. Lutheran - church (south).

200

501 10,775 General Council Evang. Lutheran church, N. A....

300

6,135 5,275 6,925 29,573 Foreign Christian Mis

464

11,452 4,625 49,827 326,177 Christian church......

6151 1,992 521 13,630 American Friends.... 1871)

160

,100 2.039) 5,127 67,141 Woman's Union Mis. society. 1860

2,923 9,130 46,264 American Advent Mis... 1866)

300

1,000 19,000 Christian and Missionary a

612 5,241 4,555 240,083 American Bible society..... 1816

227.913 American Tract society.....

14,176 Scandinavian alliance.....

32,377 Swedish Evangelical Mi Covenant of America...... 1885 51 - 7 12 14 18

731
300 ..........

21,913 Total.........................

1.048 10,0041 2,043) 3,031) 25,093) 5,513) 577,500) 306,6811 1,282, 299 8.360,321 for more to SUMMARY OF PROTESTANT FOREIGN MISSIONS (1906).

StationsMISSIONARIES. Native Communi- Under in-
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laborers cants. struction.

Income. stations. Men. Women. United States.....

11,052 2,043 3,031 25,093 577.500 306,681 $8,360,321 Canada,.....

319
132
430 14,137 9,129

564,764 Great Britain and Ireland...

11,232 3,150 1,990 34,494 496,253 587,458 7.298,097 Continental Europe....

6,783 1,425

801 10,718 262,018 217.531 2.382,554 F. Total.....

70,735 1,319,908 1,120,80 18,605,746

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CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATIONS.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE UNITED Diocese.

Name.
STATES.
Sacramento, Cal.....

Thomas Grace Apostolic Delegate-Most Rev. Diomede Falconio,

St. Augustine, Fla.......

lliam J. Kenney Washington, D. C.

St. Cloud, Minn.......

.James Trobec Cardinal-James Gibbons, Baltimore, Md.

St. Joseph, Mo.......

..M. F. Burke Salt Lake City, Utah.

...L. Scanlan Archdiocese. ARCHBISHOP's. Name. San Antonio, Tex........

.J. A. Forest Boston, Mass..... ....... William H. O'Connell Sandwich islands......

H. Boeynaems Chicago, Ill.....

........James E. Quigley San Francisco, Cal Cincinnati, O... ........ Henry Moeller Santa Fe, N. M...

John B. Pitaval Dubuque, Iowa... ........John J. Keane Savannah, Ga.......

....B. J. Keiley Manila, P. I.......... ....J. J. Harty Scranton, Pa.......

M. J. Hoban Milwaukee. Wis.. ebastian G. Messmer Sioux City, Iowa...

.....P. J. Garrigan New Orleans, La.. .......James H. Blenk Sioux Falls, S. D..

....... Thomas O'Gorman New York, N. Y.... .........J. M. Farley Springfield, Mass...

.......T. D. Beaven Oregon City, Ore...

.......... Alex. Christe Superior, Wis....... Augustine F. Schinner Philadelphia, Pa. Patrick John Ryan Syracuse, N. Y...

.........P. A. Ludden St. Louis, Mo........ ........J. J. Glennon Trenton, N. J.....

.........J. A. McFaul St. Paul, Minn..... .......John Ireland Tucson, Ariz......

.......H. Granjon San Francisco, ..... Patrick W. Riordan Wheeling. W. Va.

...P. J. Donahue Santa Fe, N. M ........P. Bourgade Wichita, Kas......

.....John J. Hennessy Wilmington, Del..

John J. Monaghan BISHOPS. Diocese.

Name.

Winona, Minn......................Joseph B. Cotter Albany, N. Y.....,

...T. A. M. Burke Alton, Ill.......

........James Ryan

CATHOLIC CHURCH STATISTICS Altoona, Pa.....

..Eugene A. Garvey' From the Official Catholic Directory for 1906. Baker City, Ore

Charles J. O'Reilly

Figures are for the United States.] Belleville, Ill..

........John Janssen Belmont, N. C.

........ Leo Haid
Cardinal-1.

*ARCHDIOCESE OT Boise City, Idalio..

.A. J. Glorieux
Archbishops-14.

CHICAGO.
Boston, Mass...

..........John Brady
Bishops-89.

Archbishop-1.
Brooklyn, N. Y....

....C. E. McDonnell

Secular clergy-11,135. Bishops-2. Brownsville, Tex...

...... Peter Verdaguer

Religious clergy-3,958. Clergy-684. Buffalo, N. Y.....

...Charles H. Coltoni

Total clergy-15,093. Churches with resident Burlington, Vt...

.......J. S. Michaud

Churches with resident priests-308. Charleston, S. C. ..H. P. Northrop priests—8,072.

Missions with churches Cheyenne, Wyo

.......J. J. Keane Missions with churches --37. Chicago, Ill.... ....P. aldoon, A. J. McGavick -4,076.

Total churches-345. Cleveland, 0..... ......1. F. Horstmann Total churches-12,148.

Seminaries-3. Columbus, O... ......James J. Hartley Universities-7.

Students-173. Concordia, Kas.. .....J. F. Cunningham Seminaries-86.

Colleges for boys-10. Covington, Ky... .Camillus P. Maes Students-5,697.

Academies for girls-23. Dallas, Tex..... .....E. J. Dunne Colleges for boys-198.

Parishes with schools.....James Davis Davenport, Iowa

Academies for girls-678.

191. Denver, Col.....

Children att'ding-78,177. ......N. C. Matz Parishes with schoolsDetroit, Mich.... ........J. S. Foley 4,364.

Orphan asylums-6. Duluth, Minn.... ......James McGolrick Children attending

Orphans-1,316. Erie, Pa..... .....J. E. Fitz Maurice 1,096,842.

Charitable institutions

43. Fall River, Mass...

Orphan asylums-255. Fargo, N. D.... .......John Shanley

Total children in catho

Orphans-40,588. Fort Wayne Ind... ...H. J. Alerding

lic institutions-97,845.

Charitable institutionsGalveston, Tex....... ..N. A. Gallagher

population

992. Grand Rapids, Mich.. .....H. J. Richter

About 1,200,000.

Total children in catho- *Comprises Great Falls, Mont. .....M. C. Lenihan

Illinois

lic institut'ns-1,266,175. | north of south line of Green Bay, Wis...

..Joseph J. Fox Harrisburg. Pa...

..J. W. Shanahan

Catholic population of Whiteside, Lee, DeKalb, Hartford, Conn..

Michael Tierney

United States-About Grundy and Kankakee Helena, Mont....

....John P. Carroll
13,089,353.

counties.
Indianapolis, Ind...
.......F. S. Chatard

COLLEGE OF CARDINALS. Kansas City, Mo.. .....John J. Hogani

Created LaCrosse, Wis.....

..J. Schwebach

CARDINAL BISHOPS.

cardinal. Lead, S. D.........

........John Starina

Agliardi, Anthony, b. Sept. 4, 1832...... Leavenworth, Kas...

32..............1889 . Thomas F. Lillis Cassetta, Francis de Paula, b. Aug. 12, 1845...1889 Lincoln, Neb....

Thomas Bonacum Oreglia, Louis di S. Stefano, b. July 9, 1828...1873 Little Rock, Ark...

Sa tolli, Francis, b. July 21, 1839....... .....1895 Louisville, Ky....

.W. G. McCloskey

Vannutelli, Serafino, b. Nov. 26, 1834......... ..1873 Manchester, N. H..

...... Albert Guertin

Vannutelli, Vincent, b. Dec. 5, 1836..... .....1889 Marquette, Mich.....

....... Frederick Eis Mobile, Ala..... .... Edward P. Allen

CARDINAL PRIESTS. Monterey-Los Angel

.Thomas J. Conaty Bacillieri, Bartholomew, b. March 27, 1842.....1991 Nashville, Tenn.....

. . . . . . . . T. S. Byrne Boschi, Julius, b. March 2, 1838..................1901 Natchez, Miss......

.... Thomas Heslin Capecelatro, Alphonsus, b. Feb. 5. 1824... Natchitoches, La...

....C. Van de Ven Casali del Drago, John, b. Jan. 30, 1838......1899 Nesqually, Ore....

..Edward J. 0Dea Cassanas, y Pages, Salvator, b. Sept. 5, 1834..1895 Newark, N. J..

..John J. O'Connor Cavalcastri, Joachim A. de A., b. Jan. 17, 1850.1905 New Orleans, La...

........G. A. Rouxel Cavicchioni, Benjamin, b. Dec. 27. 1836....... 1903 New York, N. Y.....

.. Thomas F. Cusack Couillie, Peter H., b. March 15, 1829............1897 Ogdensburg, N. Y. .... Henry Gabriels Cretoni, Serafino, b. Sept. 4, 1833..

. 1896 Oklahoma..... . Theophile Meerschaert Di Pietro, Angelo, b. May 26, 1828....

.1893 Omaha, Neb....

......R. Scannell Ferrara, Andrew. b. Aug. 18, 1850.... .....1894 Peoria, Ill..... alding, P. J. O'Reilly Ferrata, Dominic, b. March 4. 1847.........

.....1896 Philadelphia, Pa...

.E. F. Prendergast Fischer, Anthony H., b. May 30, 1840........ ..1903 Pittsburg. Pa...

.J. F. R. Canevin Francisca-Nava di Bontife, J., b. July 23, 1846..1899 Portland, Me.... ... Louis S. Walsh Gennari, Casimir, b. Dec. 27, 1839......

1901 Porto Rico......

........W. A. Jones Gibbons, James, b. July 23, 1834....... .......1895 Providence, R. I..

.....M. J. Harkins Gotti, James Mary, b. March 29, 1834..........1895 Richmond, Va.... ..A. Van de Vyver Giuscha, Anthony J., b. Nov. 3, 1820.....

............1891 Rochester, N. Y.....

........B. J. McQuaid | Herrera, Joseph M. M., b. Aug. 26. 1535......1897

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