Chicago Inter Ocean 1 June 1903
I QUIGLEY REVIEWS -CATHOLIC -CATHOLIC PARADE Arphbishop Is Giyen Brilliant Official Official Welcome to the Parish of i the Holy Family. Under a silken csnopy, borne by the Uniformed Uniformed Knights of Father Mathew, with all the pomp and splendor which the Holy Family parish could master. Archbishop Qulgleyyes- Qulgleyyes- terday afternoon was given his first official welcome to . the church. Two ,. hundred acolytes, in red and white cassocks, preceded) the priests, as the procession moved) from St. Ignatius college, .where the Archbishop bad reviewed an Imposing parade. The procession which passed before t ho Archbishop was made up of three divisions consisting of over 7,000 men, ,000 pupils of the parochial schools in the parish, and 600 children who were to receive confirmation Tbe Married Men's Sodality band, stationed In a balcony of the collegefrendered a program program of national airs, while tbe chimes In the church tower added a-religious a-religious a-religious solemnity to the music. There were four other bands and great crowds were attracted to the line of march. Line of March. The procesffon moved from Mar streps south to Twelfth street, west in Twelfth! street to Laflin s'treet. north In Laflln street! 10 xorK street, wes in Tork street, in Ash land boulevard, north In Ashland boulevard -to -to Monroe -street, -street, where the Most Reverenl Archbishop met tbe procession, which tbea countermarched on Ashland boulevard south to Congress street, east In Congress streets 10 Loom is street, south in Loo mis street to isyior street, east In Taylor street to May; street, south In May street to Twelfth street, east In Twelfth, street -to -to Blue Island avenue - Marshals ill Aids. Among the marshals and their aids In th parade were: Grand Marshal Thomas Con- Con- ley. Aids Con Ryan. William Rvan. Thomas H. O'Brien. Thomas F. Scullr. 1. J. Cashlon. John J. O'Brien, Thomas Rooney. Ed O'Connor. John McNeills. Job Dougherty, Dougherty, Con Sullivan. D. Couz-idioe. Couz-idioe. Couz-idioe. Patrick Garry, Dr. D. O'Shea. Miles J. Devlne. James L. Horaa, Thomas Sksbcn. Mark Hardin. Thomas Morrissey, William Kearns, John McEnery. James Maber, John P. Harding. E4 J. McGeeney, John F. Shea, John Curraa, T. F. Byrne, John Rogers, R. W. Raftls: Division Division Marshal Michael Heaney, Division Marshal James Ciesry, Division Martha) . Thomas J. Johnson and Aids Thomas 11, Cannon, James McOialey, John T. Kerwin, Joseph J. Casbion, Phillip J. McKenna, Daniel Herllby. Thomas Consldine, John E, Stephen. Nicholas F. Fisher, Chris O'Brien, Thomas Sheehy.