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--2___. .Week's Quota : C. W. C. News Service) Father Dwight. Feb. 12.--American etters sustained a distiac ] of the Rcv. Walter editor of "America" Years, and author of see- works that have been was the last of an his- family that gave two to Yale. The late Dwight, Harvard's noted wa: a cousin. was born a Aga- 1872, ar.d entered the in 1894. He taught Xavier's College until that period a fre- to the Messenger Heart, Tim C-tholic EcclesiasAcal Review and In 1911 he was editor of Amerka. tie in encouraging new Was a special facu,r in the the new era of American "The King's Ta- Our Daily Bread" are books. , Edward Mueller Feb. 12.Funeral ser- Rev. Edward Muel- vice president of Quincy ,mmary, were he!d last his death of pneu- Uther MuCler was forty-two Hugh MeAvay Feb. 12.--The Most Dowling, Archbishop of the sermon a' the late Rev. Hugh thirty-two years a priest of St. Paul. Father at Pottsville, Pa., at St. Thomas Col- I THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1923 " 4 'W I orected several buildings, inc:uding nlSGR. J. A. FLONSt:H St. Mary's Lyceum and School, and ]the Casa Moria for employed ,vome COADJUTOR BISHOP and girls, tie remodeled the rectory 'and St: Mary's Convent. Father LOIHSVILLE K 00c00ilin was rural dea.00 of tl,e cou.tie00 -- ,----. of Nitgara and Orleans. Rev. Aloysius Bachm:mn Buffalo, Feb. 12.--The dioce::e of Buffalo lost one of its oldest priests in the death of the Rev. Aloysius * . P, achmann, seventy-four years old and pasur of S. Franci. Church, Tona-" .wanda, since 1874. Fatker Bachmanlp is said to have held the pastorship of a :;ingle parish longer than any other priest in the diocese. He wa born in PhiladelplVa in 1850, and ordained in 1873. lte is survived by two 'isters in religion, Sister Mary Francis and Sister Mary Robertine, both members of the Franciscan comnmnity here. Rev. Walter Fcgan Boston, Mass., Feb. 10.--More than one hundred priests of the, Boston archdiocese attended the solem'a mass of requiem for the ]ate Rev. Walter A. Fcgan. late assistant of St. Charles church, Woburn. Father Fegan died in Carney Hospital after a short ill- ness. He was bm'n in West Qu:ncy in 1873 and ordained in 1900, serving first at Chelse:L and la'.er at St. Charles. CAMELS USEI) TO I)RAG PAPAL RELIEF STORES (Special Correspondence) I [ (N. C. W. C. News Service) I Moscow, Jan. 18.--The relief sta- tions of the Papal Relief in Russia, under the general superintendence of l)r. E. A. Wa]sh, now includd Mo:mow, Eupatoria, Dansky, Rostov, Krasna- doe and Orenburg. The area covered may be judged  from the fact that Orenburg is 1,456 For a time he adminis- kilometers from Moscow. Many other in this city and later localities than those named are reach- to St. Mary's Ito:q)ital. ed by package relief. We have five automobiles. But these are useless White, C. SS. R. Ion the frozen steppes around Oren-[ Pa., Feb. 10.--The Rev. burg. There horses and cameh; drag e, C. SS. R., pastor of House, died here an illness of only a White was a mem- Order for years and well Atlantic Coast. He stationed at St. He was born' lass, the food through snow and ice to iso- lated villages and hamlets. Dr. Joseph Farrell has arrived; is already a great help and has taken over much of the bookkeeping wlfich, all told, is enof mous. We are flow"feeding.over 85,- 060. Food is badly needed; also clothes and medical supplies. Do not ship anything in these lines, firmer, be- cause the goods would never reach 'us, and secondly, it is much more econom- ical to buy them from the" stores of the American Russian Relief. Send all he money you can. Wc have already received over $400,000. How far this J. Murphy 10..The Rt. Rev. Bishop of Clevel- of the solemn pen- of Requiem for the will go may be estimated from a sim- J. Murphy, 70. who' p'.e insanc-e-' tcday we signed a con- fital after forty- tract amounting to $100,000 for suits, as a priest in this underware, socks, boots, etc. This will supply 10,000 persons who are practi- cally' without clothing. The generous aid of the Catholics -of the United States is helping to save Russia to civ- ilization and to the Christian faith. had been ill his last important as. a professor in St. He was ordained eur in 1876. More than and a large dele- aus comnmni- t he funeral of the !mmac-I cf which his brother,' Murphy, is pastor. In Murphy the de- .eaves two sisters in re- Patricia and Sister Order of Notre Dame. C. PP.S. 10.--The Rev. C. pp. S., we!l known he lived for many the coming of his States from died last week He entered the Of Blood Fathers at d INDIANS SUFFERING FROM PATERNALISM, SAYS NATIVE PRIEST:! (By t. C. W. C. News'Service) New York, Feb. 12.--Sixty or sev- enty yo:lr; o reservalion lile .s had its fruit in the physical demoraliza- tion, mental conusion anti spiritual  apathy of the American Indian, ac- cording to the Rev. Philip Gordon, a full-blooded Chippewa, who spoke be- fore the Catholic club' of New York urging a more efficient 'administration of Indian affairs. "The I dians are being killed by super-paternalism," declared Father Gordon. "They are under a most in- and was ordained tense form of bureaucratic supervision Of his work as a priest which stifles all ambition, destroys all Indiana. Death was ideas of self-responsibility and does away wilt1 all i,Atiative. The Indians are denied an opportunity to develop, Daniel these traits so necessary for success 10.The Rev. Hen-' in America. Hmme the sad conditions Oastor of the of degeneracy and ill:living found maeulate Conception, among Indians." in St. Francis Hospi- aged 77. He res!gned years ago on The Most Rev. of Cincin- the pontifical High the Church of the Father Daniel in 1845 and of He was pastor at years. 12.The death Scullin, pastor Cataract Church s, came as a distinct d people here by was w II loved. Ireland, in the late Arch- in 1890. Com- 1893, he served and Limestone rector of St dueed the debt Parochial property, Bureau Scored All Indian legislation enacted by the United States, said Father Gardon appears to have for its object the con- tinuation and perpetuation of the In- dian Bureau. He scored officials of this Bureau: of which he sad there were about 6,000, declaring that much of the misery and distress found on reservations is to be traced to ineffi- ciency and lack of proper care exer- cised by some of them. The number 'of Indians Father Gordon estimated at 200,090, but many of {hese, he pointed out, were well able to take care of themselves. When Indian Is or Is Not Father Gordon said that the legal status of the Indian is so complicated that it takes an able lawyer to figure out just when an Indian is or is not a citizen of the United States. He sugge+ted as a remedy for present conditions, the emancipation of the In- dian as soon as possible and a more efficient administration of Indian af- fairs. Now in Rome--Accompanied Cardinal Bonzano--Former Member o.f Alms- tolic Delegation Staff--Native of Nashville Served Bishop Morris as AlL:n" Boy. iN. C. W. C. Special Cahle) lome, Feb. ]2.--Msgr. John A. l,loersch, secretary or the Apostolic Delegation in W:t.'hingon, has been named Titular Bishop of Lycopolis and Co-adjutor P, ishop to Rt. Roy. Denis O'l)onaghue, Bishop of Louis- ville. Bishop li'loersch is in Rome, having accompanied Cardinal Bonzano when the latter was recalled from Wa'.dington and (deva'ed to the Sa- (:ed College. It has not been an- nc.unced when the new bishop wi]] re- turn to the Unit,'d t,ate:. Native of Tennessee M,nsignor t,'h)ersch has been a membm" of the saff of the Apostolic I l)elcgali) in Washington si:we 1912.[ when he was o:illed [o the position of l ecr,,dary by Archbi.dmp Bonzano, un- der whom he had been a student at the Collex'. of the Propaganda in Rome. lie was bern m Nashville, Tenn., and I received hi;; early education in the larochial schools of thaL Cry. Propaganda Student \\;Vhen a more youth he went to Rome to study at the Prop:tganda; and, upon his ordination and return to tim lDiLed St.te, he was stationed fro: about a year at St. Patrick church in Memphis, Tenn. He was then sum- maned to W:/shington. The father and mC.he.r of the new hishop live in Nahvil!e. and one sister is a hmmber o the Carmelite Order in l'hiladel- t,hia. Altar Boy to Bishop Morris As t bo.-, the Coadjutor Bishop- elect, served as a altar boy in the cqdedral at Nasl}ville when Bishop M rris, now of Little Rock, was vicar- general of the Nashville diocese and HOLY FATHER IS ONE YEhR CROWNED EVENT CELEBRATED New British MinisterArchbishop. Fumasoni Biondi Leaves for Ame:i- PAGE SEVEN livered his official speech in the ] BRAVED BLIZZARD Throne Room. Later he was granted. TO CELEBRATE MASS a private audience with the Holy Fa-[ ther in the latter's private lilrary. I i By N. C. W. C. News Service) After this audience, the new rain- Pine Ridge, S. D., Feb. 12:--Rather ister had a long conversation with.,than break his word to the Indians, Cardinal Gasparri, Papal Secretary of for whom he had promised to eele- State. The minister expressed him- br'4te Mass, the Rev. O. J. Moorman, ca Saturday, 171h---Other Roman.] self as having been deeply impressed S. J., braved death in a terrific bliz- News.  by his interview with the pope. zard that swept South Dakota, Father Apostolic Visitor to Ruthenians [ Moorman set out with a team -of (N. C. W. C. Special Sable) Monsignor Giovunni Genocchi, of horses from ttoly Rosary Mission for Rome, Feb. 12.--The official cele- the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart Three Mile Creek, a distance of seven bration of the anniversary of the cor- of Jesus, has been appointed Apostolic. riffles, l,osing his way in the storm he onation of Pope Plus Xl was hehl to- Visitor to the Ruthenian diocese of spent the night struggling against (lay. Cardinal lhm:'.ano, fm'mer Apes- l,cmberg,. I'rzemysl,. and Sanislau. The cold and sleep. At dawn.,he found him-. )  retie ] emgate to the United States, mission is a purely religious affair;, self within a short dmtance of hm was the eCebrant at a solemn high it has been announced and ha3 no po-I destination. He made his way with Mass iu the Sistine Chapel, which was litical signiticance, difficulty to the tmuse of one of the attended by the l'apal Court, the (tip" l)elegate ails Salnrd.,y . [ Indians, wbere he found his small con- gregation awaiting him. His horses lomatie cort)s and members of the Re- Arehlfishop Fmnamfi-l]iondi, the nmn nobility. The pope, who was new Apostolic Delegate to the United were rescued and his Mass kit brought Annivcrmry of Election lmst Tuesday, which was the aunt- versary Qf the election of the present pontiff, was the occasion of a display of flags and other demonstrations on the part of the wtrtous military organ- izations of the Vatican. Messages of congratulations were received from borne m on the Sedia Gestatoria, wore i States, will sail from Naples Febru- the tiara wlfich was presented to him ary 17, on the Taormina. He will be i i "z ' ' by tim c tv.ens of Milan. I he county] accompanied l)y his sccrczary, Monsig- council ot: Milan, where Plus XI was nor Marella. formerly archbishop, scnt a message Chigi Library Transferred of congratulation und homage to the] The transfer of the valuable books. pope on the occasion, making up the library of Chigi Pal- ace. to the Vatican Library, m accord- anee With a recent arrangement, has been completed. The books have been temporarily placed in ono of the uppel. rooms, pending the construction of pernmnent equipment to care for them. Professer I]aronci, former libra- rian of the Chigi Collection, has been the heads of m:uty governments, and l made an assistant iv the Vatican I,i- from Catholic. institutions and promi- brary, in charge of these Volumes. nent men att(I women throughout the t worhl. The bookcases in the Chigi Palace, tie- signed by Bernini, were not included Praises Religions Education in the transaction, and will remain Five hundred students of the (]re-] where they are. gork, n University were received last Sunday by the pope. In response to an The Countess D'Alvear, sister of the President of the Argentine Repuhlic, address l;y one of the professors of was received in audience by the pope the university, the pope praised tim' today. She was presented by Cardinal excellence of the religioui instruction Gasquet. imparted there, which, he said, brings] the human intelligence into communi- cation with eternal truth by shedding light upon human life. New British Minister The new British Minister to the Vatican, Theodore Russell, presented his credentials during tho past week recUq' of the catheth'al, with the usual ceremonies. He was POPE SPEAKS TO accorded a formal reception, and de- NEWSPAPER MEN  - - (ByN. C.W.C. NawsService) Rome, Feb. 1.In devoting to the Catholic l'ress the second Encyclical .{rv tV of his pontificatc, in appointing --''" --"'----'r-- as patron the Oatholic Press, Saint ' Francis de Sales, in honor of whom the Encyclical was issued, His Holi- nm-s Pope Plus X1 has aroused the l Dliag Your Savha h greatest enthusiasm in journalistic SOUTHERN "TROT circles in Rome and throughout Italy. The Holy Father already had been called the "Pope of the Press/' on ac- COMPANY count of the great interest shown by him on wu'ious occasions in this spe- eU net ouly ba{n ummMlcd cial weapon of defense and propaga- r  tad| d 4 tion of the Faith, and it has been fre- eempnd twice a ya,0 !  quently observed, since the appear-  Ukat'your remay is  ad- ance of the Encylcical "Rermn Om-  whaeer u may  it. Remember that a smnll smso do- nium," that never before has a Roman osited rgularl), at fixed isdervs Pontiff devoted an entire Encyclical will produce far better reslt I to the subject of the press, even go- M uent deposing Of lml, It ing into detail with regard to the style allMmmt. in which the newspapers should be written. 00UTHER]',;,I Once a Newspaper Man A I'oup of newspal, ermen, anxious -a+--+'+++._:= ,._+_._-'+"! OMPA to express to the Holy Father the sat- . ,, : . . isfaction o[ the Italian press as a ,,. whole over the reoent Encyclical, were received in audience by pope Plus XI with the greatest affability. After greeting them, His Holiness said, O01Ue b,. P.,T smilingly : I t00, hD.%e been a ne%vspaper ]nan, -- Ir ' ....... ' ......... or rathe' rove written for the news-  .-.-':': :: ns " papers conoerning Alpine excursto Then he added: ' .... "With the misfortunes which have t befallen the peoples of the world dur- ing and since, the war, ;our mission has become a higher one than ever. Keep it ever high, and you will de- serve the gratitude of the new society which is about to emerge from this: our sorely-tried epoch. With your work of education defend the nation, the faith and the family." I CAPITAL -- $300,000.00 SURPLUS-- $60,000.00 Ws have increaNd our Capitl Stock from $200,000 to $300,000 and by llinl[ the new ,Mue ef tteek a! 80 Per eent above our par, our nrplm haz been incrand from $40,{;0{} to $0,000, This enabl us to tIm stall better care of mar pruomt dopdtn M well M the new enM. ENGLAND NA100ONAL BANK I{L00N 00RIB BRF00 MADB BY ROSE crrY BAKmY 'qlll MOT SANITARY BAIIIY" O1 JU31G, i'mt. to him for the celebration of the Holy S. rifice, at which the devoted Indimm offered up their prayers in thanksgiv= " " 'a mg for the safety of their pastor. : - ther Moorman is known as "White Eagle." 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