THE GOLDEN JUBILEE. St Boniface Church to Celebrate the Feitiral With Beautiful Music and Imposing Ceremonies, Bishops MoGoskev and Badamaker, As. istdd Bj Priests, a Large Choir and Schneider's Orchestra, to Conduct the Serrioes. Bt. Bonifies church, on Green street, near Jackson, will this morning celebrate the Golden Jubilee, a festival observed ia the church only upon the fiftieth anniversary of its existence.. Very extensive preparations have been made for the services to-day, to-day, to-day, and every German Catholic society ia ths city will partake In making the day one ever to be remembered. The quaint old building baa been decorated on the interior, and ths exterior exterior as well, and the entire neighborhood presents presents a gala appearance. The services will begin promptly at 10 o'clock-and o'clock-and o'clock-and will be exceptionally grand and solemn. The Pontifical High Mass will be celebrated by the Rt. Rev. YY UUam George McCloskey, Bishop of Kentuckv, who will be assisted by tbe Rt Rev. Joseph Rade-maker, Rade-maker, Rade-maker, of Nashville: Rt. Rev. Fin tan Mund-wUer, Mund-wUer, Mund-wUer, O. 8. B., Abbott of St.. Meinrad's; Rev. Father Lawler, Revs. Father Ludger, Beck and Father Bax. The Deacon-at-Mass Deacon-at-Mass Deacon-at-Mass Deacon-at-Mass Deacon-at-Mass is to be Father M. Brandt; Rob-Deacon, Rob-Deacon, Rob-Deacon, Father Plaggenborg; Masters of Ceremonies, Kev. Fathers Deppen and Raphael. Tbe sermon will be preached at 11 o'clock by Bishop Hademaker, and will be a review of tbe lile of St. Boniiaoe, and a history of lta vast congregation. THS vrsio. One of tbe leading features of the eries will be the music, and the choir, numbering fifty voices, is composed of the leading vocalists from the Catholic choirs in the city, who have proffered their services. Schneider's full orchestra will be present, and will accompany the choir ia all of the numbers. Tbe following is the raooRAiats: Ecee Sacerdos Choral. Hayea's Mass No. 4 -a) -a) Eyrie, fy) Gloria, fe) Credo, (d) Keuotus, ( Benedict us, (J) Agnus Dei Veni Creator Rreutzer. Jubilate Deo Offertory. The services in the afternoon win begin with a grand procession of all the German Catholic societies in Louisville. The procession procession will form at 2:30 o'clock at Eighth and Jefferson streets, and proceed to tbe church, going up Jefferson to Preston, in to Green, thence to the church. The services here will begin probably at 3:30 r. si., and will consist consist of the celebration of the ro.xTiriCAL, vers as by Bishop Rademaker, assisted by all tbe clergy present at the morning service. The sermon will be preached by Right. Rev. Fin tan Mundwiler, and the choir, assisted by Schneider's orchestra, will render Fiske's Vespers. Mrs. Sartori will sing Gounod's 'Ave Maria" and "O Selutaris,'j accompanied accompanied by the full orchestra. To-morrow To-morrow To-morrow evening at 8 o'clock there will be a grand concert and dramatic entertainment in St. Bouiface school haUL The programme for the occasion is: Overture , Orchestra iestival Chorus Poem by & BonaTeature, O. 8. F Concordia Society Calistheiuc exercises by pupils of St. Boniface School. 'Irea Makes the Man," comedy, ia one act, by the boys of tne school. -The -The Forest c. Haeeer Concordia Society. "Tbe Guardian spirit," drama, in four fya. by the girls of the school. Orvhestrai selection. Bpring Waltzes. T. Milde Choir and Concord ta. "Life of the Holy St. Boniface," tableau, in four scenes, by the member s of the St. Boniface DramaUo Club and Young People's Sodauiy. Orchestra nnale.