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; ........... i BYI or Send Social Items to he Guardian NOON TUES- Office, 307 West Second Street. Phone 5486 i 'DAY. i .O~,V nl~ISSeS a, nL plon, Iiigh mass at 11 a.m. last Sacraments, thus acquiring the take the case where one m~m buffets Jan, proposes to work. Evening Devotions. happiness she devoutly prayed foranother. If an inferior strikes a This manuscript ha:~ been describ- Devotion',~ every Sunday ev~,ning al during her many years with their superior on tim cheek, he shall re- ed by several papers h(u'e as a "dis. 7:15 ~ clock, consisting of the recita- 1 many. lnanv t)ragcrs eeive sixty strokes of a cowhid(~ whh~. ~PANtSH FIES'I A the ever popular informal co- During the evening many numbers will be featured, them being specialities by as well as a feature by Club; the star feature of will be the national of the Spanish folk, the "bull Which will be presented in its realization. laaul Jones will be another The Federation sponsors educa- tional social service and literary work and other worthwhile move- men~s. One of its outstanding accomplish- ments is the educational fund that furnishes scholarships for advanced education of the Sisters of Catholic schools throughou.t the country. This fund has a foundation of $352,000. An unusual large amount of in- terest is being shown by the Missis- The Altar Society has always fill- the Sumerian race, whose civilization ed the Elk Home to capacity, as and religion it inherited. Govern- "their day" is the big attraction of ment officials, priests, scribes, phy- ~he Twin Cities. On that day it is !sicians, and possibly all the regulars just a case of "over the bridges" and of the royal army belonged to this on to the Elk Home, where St. Pa- class. The wealth of the land was trick's will give warm welcome, mainly in its hands. The hostess will be the president "The second class was that of the or remote, between the Code and Holy Scripture, as for instan,ce in the case of Agar, we must simply bear in mind that Abraham drew many of the customs and traditions of the people of Israel from the same orig- drew his laws. And yet there is a vast difference in spirit and result between the two. It was in Abra- ham, and not in Hammurabi, the King of Babylon, that the nations of the earth were to be blessed (Gen. who ,came from Scotland, had given his stereotyped talk on "Carmelite convents," a lo- final sources from which Hammurabi ! cal newspaper got the idea of making an independent investigation. Th~ convent chaplain secured per- mission for two reporters to enter. When ~hey had been conducted to what is known as the "speak room,n the priest left them and allowed them to talk through the grill to the cloistered sisters. -~'~" v2~t a~'a~e'~--while, it is desired I t ~athra guests will wear spanish I list3~d ~ es, this is entirely optionatl ns with his Peter Pan marked by the large number at the references to them in the Code main- Monahan'a guarantee by a eertiflea~ Baden, Germany. Funeral Requiem l ........ ~hat they are perf~t a=d lu~iallr. will furnish peppy music morning Masses and the daffy corn .......... , , 1 y pertain to zne various restitutions rt~gn zaass was held at 9 O'CLOCK to b - " .... ~e dancingAlfo~ tlcket[municants.] Father O'Brian's plan ...... , I e mane o ~ne mascer zor m- e~ ~a~tiful d~ifm~ he~. wednesday morning at St. Patrick s I :uric ....... has charge of ........... ! J s uone ~o them as ms properw. called for an 'Eucharistic Mission, ~:;g:, H:nMu:;:;mo~ :::ist:datn~;I "Woman's position in this society MONAHAN & SON ICha ~ 99 cents for a couplel and the people responded so well adde charge of 50 Cents for] that between Tuesday and Sunday - .. " ~. , ' ~]can be briefly set fort~i She was i l v~ ~,,~ ~.~.~, ,,,,,~ ,~v. ~" ~' enter into the professions, and to Holy Sacrament. &t all the evening Gallagher of St. John's Seminary. conduct business. She was found in devotions, the Church was overtaxed Burial took place at Calvary Ceme- some of the higher professions, as and the closing exercises on Sun- terv with Father M~n~..,,~t ~,~~,~o+... ...... ~i Ir[%i