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IS REPORTED NEAR END IN GERMANY Dr. Wilhelm Baron yon Capitaine N. C. W. C. News S(uwice) Dec. 4.Protestantism m seems to be in great dan- se as a result of of the monarchies that made up the Empire. the reformation in the thoughtful men the Protestants and Cath- Worked tc bring about a between the two camps the Christian worht was the ower of kings and was greal and it Y exerted on. the side of For the last 70 years of Prussia, who later be- have been at the head "Landeskirche." the rewflution has the thrones of the former there are no rulers to pro- strengthen Protestantism, Wing gTown accustomed to does not possess its strength and power. during the pc- support have ruined the of their church- and rationalism have Work to such an ex- m belief in the divinity of THE GUARDIAN and Brahmans have made 8. Catholics have organized a the "Winifried Verein" object the unification sects. The organiza- apprved by the German meeting in Fulda. The connections with elm- one in England, Holland and. The Auxiliary Bish- is president of the or- UR OF DEATH &apos; " :.. u.... ": :: " " :":1: " ': ' :*': :::::::::::: : ::: ::::: : .: :: :. ., - ' x.::, ' .. :.,.. . THE TOWN OF SWATOW, a important missionary center in China. was wiped out by a typhoon ad tidal wave. . THE BISHOP OF SWATOW, who has jurisdiction over the deso- lated area, photographl with native clergy of ..watow. These photo- graphs have jst reached the Society for the Pronaation of the Faith. remaining link in the by Luther, has been dentlv were with (;od subccmscio sly durinp," his :,,,:osthesia. as just before free-:thinking, Theosoph- the oper'tion he had received the Last Sophism, lind innunlera-,ent llis )eonle never saw have been matting him. I wonder, if' tiwv had what thcir Convels in the ranks of impression wouht have be<re. Even such sects as the SNAP SIt()TS OF AMERICAN IIlSTORY Rev. John q'hayer, who was born at Boston in 1755, educated at Yale and became a minister of the (:ongl'ega" tional elmrch, served as a chaplain in the Revolutionary \\;,Tal'. He I).ec::tme a convert to the Church and eventu- ally a priest, being the tir.t native of New England ordained to the priesthood. He was ordained in 1789 fat l)aris and on his return to this oountry took charge  a parish, new- i ly organized in Boston. lie once said: "The truths whict I had most diffi- ahswonderful gift, bU!lculty in' believing, are those in which o?' wonderful untfl ii now find the greatest consolation. pLendor at the hour ITh e mystery of the Eucharist, which appeared to me so incredible, is be- come an ever-flowing source of spir- itual delight; confession, which I con- sidered as an unsupportable yoke, seems infinitely sweet, by the tran- quility which it produces in the soul." He went to Ireland in 1803, where in the city of Limerick he spent his last l years. He became a friend of a Mr. James Ryan of that city and to bim once in the ca- manJs doctor, and m a neigh- Witnessed really beau- made such an ira- mind that I feel the details may be of and perhaps ever their Faith. Iconfided his desire to leave Iris small in a little village  fortune for the founding of a convent a battalion was carry- . practice." A sol-I In Boston. After ,his death in the by, looking on, not I on duty lfimself. By of exploded bomb hit Stomach I was sent he was badly wound- to be transferred hospital. I told him quiet and that he to the hospital. His ruing worse; from internal hem- for the am- turned to me and Please let me sit up I told him that he but he drew himself .ad rested on his elbow, sign of the cross, and Voice made the most contrition imaginable. forget the sight. man, so mark- one in the 'face--the internal hemorrhage, the Sallow, earthy beads of perspiration Upon his forehead; a humanity pleading were several men all were obviously af- off their caps and The patient died on the way to the saw a priest, but i sure no priest was often wondered if Ookers have since era- training for the operated on in the He was a convert, his people had re- told the Sister much, but still "he to be a Catho, I come to from the his condition was rapidly becoming Suddenly he sat m most beautiful of Love Divine.,, He then His .thgughts e- , considerably more than the former figures about medicine, gentleman who happens to be a di- Your face is your show window. It reeler of the Chamber of Commerce-- gives some idea to the stranger or the lacclaimed it as one of the most beauti- casual acquaintance of what they will Iful in history. find inside If you have nothing bet- ter to display than gloom and misery, l you will have small likelihood of suc- ceeding in busiuess, of winning friends I or making a success of your life. ItUGE STATUE OF PI?dEST URGED FOR GOLDEN GATE San Francisco.--San Francisco Busi- ness, the weekly publication of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, in a recent issue carries an article i proposing the erection on Yerba Bu_lr ena Ishmd of a colossal statue of a I Franciscan Father which would eclipse t the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor and present to incoming ves- sels at San Francisco Bay a picture similar to that presented in the ap- proach to New oYrk harbor. Frank W. Hunter, of tiffs city, is sponsor for the idea and is quoted in San Francisco Business as follows: "With the California Publicity Fund movement in full swing, community vision is ip order, and I have awdled "It concerns the building of a co- lossal statue of a Franciscan Father l upon the northerly apex of Yerba Buena Island, facing the Golden Gate, . in an attitude of benediction upon San along California street--a' GO1)'S WORLI) AND MAN'S WORLI) Here is a gem of thought well worth considering, from an anony- mous author---"It is not God's world, with its love and friendship and little children, its fields and flowers, sea and sky, sunlight and starlight, and sweet consolations of art and song, against which we are hidflen to be- ware. No, it is man's worhtthc worm which devotes itself to gain, or to the wish to be somebody in society, to the frittering away of time in fash- ionable frivolity, or in struggling to I'outdo our neighbor, not in the purity of our lives or the dignity of our ac- i tions, but in our clothes, our car- J riages, and the company we keep. Tbis i worht it is which cannot be rightly loved by one in whom dwelleth the love of the Father." There were in 'the United States at the time of the last census nearly myself of an invitation extended fle .....  . . . i tnree nmnon people who were Cana- by San I rancsco Business to outhne .. . , lman-norn, or of direct Canadian de- here a thought that I have been elab- .... ,,scent, tna ts to say nearly three per preach :o New York harbor. cent of the whole population. Forty-three Fran('i.';co--a figure higher than the year 1815, four of the daughtei's of lStatue of Liberty in New York tiar- Mr Pym came to this country and bor--which would be symbolicof the started the convent of Mount Bene-[name of the city and the early bs- d el, near Bunker Hill. This was the]tory of California. institution that a mob burned and l "Such a statue, built by small pop- ;wl:ed in 1834. an event that NeW.ula r subscriptions, wouht not bnly England has never heen able to blot out of her history. SHOW WINI)OWS If you pass :t shop with a cobwebby show wimlow, in which are displayed a few flyspecked, shopworn goods, it s highly inrobal)le that you will go inside. Nothing but the knoxledge that there is no other shop for a long distance, along with the necessity of procuring something it contains, would induce you to go in. A gloomy face ts very much like that unattractive window. The ma- jority of people feel like avoiding la those whose aspect is sullen and mel- ancholy. If two graduates from the same busiuess college, with equally high standards, should both apply for the same position, the chance of the one who carried a cheerful face would be ten times better tlian that of the competitor, who looked morose and downcast. The sunny salesman has an enormous advantage over the de- jected, gloomy one. The physician who wears a genial smile, has ten pa- tients for one who consults the solemn, woe-begone individual in the next block, even though the latter knows , I THE C00ITAL Mr00T MARK00 J. W. OLSON, Proprietor FISH, OYSTERS AND POULTRY Phones 4-0614, 4-0615 210.212-214 West Capitol Avenue Only Sanitary Market in the City EPPS STOVE AND FURNITURE COMPANY GET OUR PRICES AND WE WILL GET YOUR BUSINESS Little Rock, Ark. Phone 4-1434 801-803 W. Seventh St. KELIHER CONSTRUCTION C0MPhIW L. J. N. KELIHER, Manager SOUTHERN TRUST BUILDING LITTLE ROCK ' dominate the imagination of every [man, woman and child in the San Francisco Bay region, but would in- vest the bay it,qelf with an outstand- }ing clmracteristic that would be broad- cast throughout the world. "Before attempting to enter into 'anything resembling details of this project, let me say that ifformal man- to-man talks I have had about it with business men of all creeds and beliefs, i architects, engineers, city officials, and other persons have evoked the warmest interest and approval. "It is an idea that seems to take i hold as it is broached, and only the Other day one of the most familiar l YOUR PHOTOGRAPH I It is a fine idea to have a good picture made before your good looks trade away, tha your, children may have a pl.asing memory of you as 'you were in their earlier years. A true and artistic photograph is pref- erable to a life-size oil portrait un- less done by :t masher hand. Yet, in the name of all that i.'; agreeahle to the eye, do no follow the presen fashim to closely. Apicture of a woman in a short frock, feet unnat- . ur.flly large, :is they usually tre in.a photograph, the waist of the dress concealing the figure with sloppy ef- fect. a sort o boiling over in the front of it. and the drapery hanging higgehly-piggeldy below the hem of the skirt. "This ts a picture of moth- er." You wouldn't want your children t to remember you like that, I am sure. A sleeveless (h'ess'kf a more conserv- ative style is rec6nmended, .and do: not have Lhe figure full length; m easy, graceful sitting position is bet- e ter. Lven pretty hands are rarely st) in a photograph, so gloves of elbow length are suggested. A photographer with the soul of an artist will know how to pose you, and by avoiding ex- tnm]es your "counterfeit presentment" will never look out of style PATRONIZE OI.?R AI)VF, RTISERS. Ill CONCRETE PIPE FOR PERMANENCE Plain--12 in. to 24 in. Reinforced--15 in. to 48 in. SHEARMAN CONCRETE PIPE COMPANY t Drainage, Sewers, Highway and Railway , Culverts Phone 4-0380 Little Rock, Ark. Will Your. Child Study Thrift This Year? THRIFT is the result of training the. mind .so that the habtt of economy and sawng m continuous. Many parents are training their children in the science of thrift by letting them' conduct bank ac- counts of their owm Your boy or girl can open an Interest Account with us for as little as one dollar. This account can be kept open and going with small deposits made regularly. A valuable habit will thus be molded in youth as a permanent asset for later years. .o ..... SOUTHERN TRUST COMPANY The Sample Furniture Co, mGH GRADE FUP, OF ALL KINDS Local Distributors of Universal.Ranges We Exchange New Furniture for Old Phone 4-0914 818-820 Main Street " ' .... o.. . !.?., LITTLE ROCK,------- ARK. : . , " L, ?,% '