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-qt K. C. ACTIVITIES from page 7) of tJm commissions his- to the British Mu- , Louvain and oth- centers of learning of the Knights of national hospitalization from K. of C. head- Haven, shows an in- hospitals contain- veterans and in the K. serving them. There former service men in the country. 179 secretaries in service. Even where Prix%te hospital contains veteran, as is the cities, he receives K. for tile Week sent us to be over- J. 13. FOURTIt DEGREE KERWIN OF PINE AT ILLINOIS EXEMPLIFICATION &apos;the Master of for Arkansas, re- from Quincy-, Illinois, nded the exemplifica- in that city last some few weeks ago third degree on the ini- candidates who consti- council of the order in He assisted Deputy, Mr, Hop- of this council of their first of- in Arkansas states that he hopes in Arkansas at no the fourth deg:ee and it be the equal of any Other states. As to the he says, these mat- and settled as and hopes with and cooperation, needful in the con- degree, that Ar- one of the best ever l}egree in Quincy in Illinois masters present, one and the active vice- su- the Marquette Prey- -of Wisconsin. Mr. Congressman In addition Con- M. Graham was Ill., and the University of Some of the su- of the order The class consisted and the banquet OMES ''<' .FOR 150 ORPHANS Feb. 23.One hun- orphaned children and 17 such their foster record of the Association, a orgamzation, State council. SUpreme Director, is superintendent which Rt. Rev. of Rockford, is of the association by that time it is will have above quoted report being fficers to be pre- meeting of the Hotel Sherman, At this meeting and the twelve all- from out- of Chicago, will at a luncheon directors. that up to this years during Finding As- 875 homeless Placed in family adopt- Parents and made of the family as F()R ROME 28.Engineers' Plus XI for Columbus play- operated under fund voted American Welfare received at K. of this week. engineers ap; authorities, has assigned the the size of a the sacristy] and the ba-] .nim; wall as ] zn the 'prop- ] on which the[ constructed, and 1 Ed- ward L. Hearn of the K. of C., in for- [ warding the plans, announces that the I playground will be opened either in, late March or early April, , WAR UPON DOPE New York, Feb. 26.--Urging all members of the Kights of Columbus and their families to interest them- selves, as citizens, in the present war upon the narcotic evil, Columbia, ' the K. of C. monthly magazine, will say in its March issue: "Whatever may be the cause of tl4e seembgly wide and certainly danger- .us spread of the drug habit, its cure is plainly prescribedsympathetic study of the addict and firm measures against the unscrupulous vendors who profit by addiction. One of the first acts of the Knights of Columbus Am- erican History Commission was to is- sue a brochure on the opium evil, showing how vast quantities of this narcotic were shipped into the United States for both domestic exploitation and for export to the Orient. This brochure covered but one phase of the deadly dope traffic, which rivals reck- less bootlegging as a social menace. "The support of all good citizens is merited by any legal measures, however stringent, which seek to check and suppress this active threat against the physical and moral health of the nation." QUEBEC KNIGHTS ALER'r TIIE ,,[,.,J.D JUDGE JEAN "NORRIS, New York's woman judge, has embarked upon a world tour. In Europe she will study mothodJ el tatla| Wmo on criminals. She was the Arst woman to sit on the Judfrope bon :-;.-\\; ?URDA .... MAItCIt 3, 1923 iting members and members of ,ranch '#9 on the initiation evening of March 18th, after the exemplification of the three degrees. The tea,lull.r: ommittee was gven time to report .t next meeting. Suggestion for the 2rowth o:f the Branch were made by . ocral members, and it was urged dmt everyone see to it to get an ap- )iication signed and have the appli- 'an present themselves to the Medi- ,:al Examiner, Dr. F. E. Hurrle, 112 ;V. 7th t., or l)r. N. F. Weny, 510 ._)onaghey Building, by March 5th, in !order to have the Benefit Certificate /mrs ill time for the initiation. Read- or, if you are interested in the C. K. of A. and any information you may ,van will be gladly given by any member, or phone .to Jos. H. De Clerk, Supreme Organizer, 4-4860. Don't de- lay. Join with the big class. The regular meeting will be held March 8th, so let every member take ,alice and be there in order to help complete arrangement for the initia- Lion. Paris Branch St. Mmw's Branch-No. 1125 Paris, .Ark., (ladies) tendered its initial en- tertainemn Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, aL the Parish Hall, in the form of pre-Lenten Valentine dance and so- cial. The hall wa beautifully decor- ated in valentine colors, the lights shaded in red, strings of hearts and streamers dangling from the center'. New York, Feb. 26.--The Knights in a'-lmlmd eom, t h Now Yoeh of Columbus of Quebec and of Canada 8rate. (lmtorlmtiomal Noshed.) generally will meet the issue of the[   Ku Klux Klan there, and when that fellows in 8A " b ....... fl " , tu could noL enign- issue arises,. George H. Bolvin o ] en me to any g'zeater e...,m.'* .... Granby, P. Q. supreme director of the I called u ..... -- '  "" "- , " v,,,, .v ,aoeys. Jim, their Knights of Columbus for the Do=[ . -, . son, was quesuoneo as . tO whether minion of Canada, states in substance I any boys had been selling drugs out- in a message received at K. of side the school, but knew nothing of C, headquarters. "The Quebec Knights," he declares, "will aid the properly constituted au- thorities in every way in preventing or prosecuting what has some sem- blance of an incendiary drive against the Catholic churches of the Prov- ince. We are ready, to whatever ex- tent the law sanctions, to protect not only Catholic persons and property from outrage and malicious damage, but the persons and property of all others who may be subjected to at- tack." any such trafficking. "But still," I said to him, "you told Holworth that some of the big boys were giving out a lot of 'dope,' didn't you? .... Oh," he said, "By 'dope' I meant the story the boys have been telling that Fa- ther is going to be changed from our parish to another church," At once the ight dawned upon me. The "dope" was the rum or of a trans- fer of the most popular curate in our parish. As soon as I could restrain my i bursts of loud laughter, in which the lights to every part of the hall. Va-] rious contests were had. The feature t of the evening was an old-time square I dance and a silver Loving Cup was[ awarded as a prize to the best dancer. Air. Forrest Hill was the successful winner. Another feature was a cake[ contest for the most popular young lady. Miss Regina Kleba was the suc- cessful contestant in this race. Music was furnished by the "Hit and Miss" Orchestra. Card playing was enjoyed by those who did not care to dance. and at 11:30 p. m. lunch and hot cof- fee was served. A large crowd at- tended and the nice sum of $85.00 net was realized, which will give the Treasury of the Ladies Branch a nice boost. The affair was a success in every way and enjoyed by all present. TIlE SECRET OF REAL PRAYER There is grave suspicion among the I Quebec Knights of Columbus that the] string of church fires is more than a I chain of coincidences. "If the Ku Klux Klan or any other anarchistic outfit contemplates active organiza- tion in Quebec or any other Canadian province, it will quickly learn what a real fight against it means," Mr. Bol- vin concludes, who, besides being C nadian supreme director of the K. of C., is also a member .of the Do- minion parliament. THANKFUL FOR SAGEGUARD Rumors are very prevalent in most every community of size telling of the looseness of morals among the "ad- vanced youth" of our high schools. The past several years have had their reports of "wets" and "drys" in the student bodies, with the "wets," if boys, who carried "the hootch" in the hip pocket, and if of the flapper es- tate, bulging the vanity case with a] cute little phial. I More recently came press notesl from several sections of the country] telling of underground narcotic de-] liveries to the boys and girls of the high schools and the known resence of many student dope addicts. This startled the parents and inves- tigations were made and the fact as- certained that the vice was indeed in- sinuating itself into the school life of the young people. World knowledge and fear dominat- ed the thoughts of our watchful pat- entsand the word "dope" carried its sinister meaning into the home. How seriously it was take by one parent is homely brought forth in a letter published in the Brooklyn Tablet last week's issue. Here is the letter: The Danger of Hasty Judgment Dear Sir: I have a little boy, 8 years old, who attends St. -- Pa- rochial School. Last Wednesday when he came home his mother, as usual, questioned him about his day's ex- periences in. school. You can imagine her amazement and consternation when he uddenly told her, "Jim Ca- sey says there is a lot of 'dope' being given out by some of the big boys of the .school." Not knowing just what was most prudent for her" to do, she did not question him any further, but waited my return from business. When I arrived home my wife was in a state of nervous excitement. She immediately told me what she had heard and was impatient with me be- cause I would not rush off at once to report the matter to Dear Father -- , our pastor. "No," I said, "Let's not get overwrought. I will talk to Holworth (our son) and find out more particulars before taking the action you suggest." After question- ing the boy I decided to call upon Jim Casey's parents for further in- formation, as my son had simply heard the remark made that a "lot of 'dope' is being given out by the big Caseys joined, I hastened home to re- A young woman, spending the sum- assure my wife. Imer at an Irish seaside place, used How glad I was that I had suspend- I ed judgment and had not thought or] every evening to pay a visit to the church, and there she always noticed acted hastily, rashly and unjustly.[ the bent figure of an old woman And how thankful 1 am that my child I kneeling with her eyes fixed on the is attending a school where he is pro- Taberhacle. Her lips were moving, retted by every moral safeguard. - but she had no book in her hand ,and Michael IIennessey. Brooklyn, Feb. 15, C. K..OF A. NOTES Little Rock Branch An enthusiastic meeting of St. Ed- ward's Branch No. 79, IAttle Rocl was held Thursday night, Feb. 22. A large number of members were pres- ent. The meeting was opened with prayer by Presiden G. P. Kords'- meier, a,,,. n order to take up the Pass Word a rush was made to the Secretary for same. Five new mem- bers were obligated by State Secre- tary Jos. H. De Clerk. Fourteen ap- plications for membership were read and acted on. Communications from the families of Lawrence Kleaser and Bro. Wm. Cavanaugh were read and ordered spread on the minutes. Bills for Masses and floral offerings were read and ordered paid. Special com- mittees reported as follows: Sick com- mittee reported no one sick as far as they knew. Membership committee ] reported 35 applications received up to date for the St. Joseph class, to be initiated on March 18th, 1923. The I committee on entertainment will give I a surprise in the way of entertaining  for the big class of new members, via- l her Rosary beads always remained on the seat in front of her, to be tak- en up and passed through her fin- gers only as she left the church. Af- ter a day or two, the visitor always looked out for the old woman, and the sight of her inspired devotion, and gaveh er, too, a certain feeling of con- fidence in her wn prayers. One evening the two were leaving the chmch together, and the young wom- an approached the bowed old figure, told her that she had noticed her every evening and offered her her prayer book, saying: "You might like to have this, it has many beautiful prayers." The 01d woman looked at her with 'a smil on her kindly face and thanked her, but said, "it would be of no use to me at all, alanna, I never learned to read, even if I had the eyes for that now. I just pray my own prayers. Sure, the Lord knows me well after all these years, and I just talk to Him and I know He love to listen." Like many another simple Irish peasant this holy old soul has learned the secret of real prayer. The work- man who used to come with his pack of tools and sit down in the church where, as he said, "I talk to God and He talks to me," and the old soldier Re R " BOYS' P TECTO Y ARMSTRONG SPRINGS Conducted by the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis, who have taken over the famous health resort, long known as "Armstrong Springs" and adapted the proper equipment for the purpose of giving to BOYS FROM 10 TO 16 YEARS ELEMENTARY EDUCAI00ON. Up to and Including Eighth Grade HEALTH - DISCIPLINE -- KNOWLEDGE Acquired Within Pleasing Environment For Information and Terms Write: VEN. Route No. 3 BROTHER ALBERT, SEARCY, ARK. EXPELLED DELEGATE--Hh: Exollony, the Most Roy. Eruest, Filippi, after his arrival in Wash- !ngto He will repot imn,onally to  tee rope oneondr Obmgou's or-' ear that he leave Mmdoo. (intee4 national Newer*el.) who stood silent at the end of the church "on entry duty before God." --these two knew how to pray. When we realize that all we have to do is to talk to God and that He "loves to listen to us," we also shall learn the secret. ,. ,. BIRDS' I'ERCIt VARIES WITH SPECIES PAGE SEVEN A MEMORABLE LESSON 0 none occasion, during a jouruey a Little Russia, while his horses ,,ere changilng[ at a certain station, he Emperor Alexander expressed his ,he next town, ordering his attendants ,or to hasten their arr.'tngements, but .o let him go forward unaccompanied. " lone, with no mark of distinction, lressed in a military overcoat that gave no clue to his rank, the Emperor passed through the town without at- tracting attention, till he arived at two roads, and found himself obliged to inquire his way of a man who was itting before the door of the-last house, snaking a pipe. Like the Em- peror, this individual wore a military overcoat, and seemed to entertain no small opinion of himself. "My friend, can you tell me which of these roads will bring me to ?". asked the Emperor. The man of the pipe scanned him from :e'Ad to foot, aparently sur- l.riscd at the presumption of a pedes- trian in speaking to such a dignitary as himself; and between two puffs of smoke he growled: "The right." "Thank you, ,sir!" said the Em- peror, raising his hat with the re- spect this uncivil personage seemed by his manner to command. "Will you permit me to ask you anothe question ?" "What do you want to know?" "Your rank in the army." "Guess," returned the other. "Lieutenant, perhaps ?" "Go higher." "Captain ?" "Much higher"---and the When birds are in trees, there is a gave a consequential puff. great difference in the way they move I and perch. Some move sideways, like[ sparrows. Most birds perch crosswise I to the branches, but the nightjar perches lengthwise. The tree-creeper always climbs up .a trunk, starting from the bottom, and never attempt- ing to climb down. It flies down. So the woodpecker climbs, but he will oc- casionally back down tail first, when approaching his nest-hole The nut- hatch as readily comes down head first ashe will climb upwards. He is so marvelously quick that if he should drop a.nut which he has been trying to open--by raining blows upon it with his strong bill, having fixed il first in some crewce in the trunkhe will dart after it, and catch it again in his bill before it touches the ground. THE MASS It is always a pleasant thin'g to have been at Mass; it sweetens and savors the whole day. It is, indeed, a wonderful thing, as we walk about to think that "we have seen the Lord" seen Him with our own eyes witldn a few feet of Him! What a privilege to enjoy over ordinary men and women whom we pass by in the streets! No one, therefore, who cain do it, should miss this seeing of the Lord every day. GET RID OF THAT COLD Cleanse your system of the poison- ous Germs which cause Colds, Influ- enza, La Grippe, Fevers, etc., with BOND'S LIVER PILLS. One Pill at bedtime always brings prompt re- lief. Only 25c at all druggists. Re- fuse substitutes.Adv. smoker "Major, I presume." "Go on," replied the smoker. "Lieutenant colonel?" "Yes, you have guessed it at last." The low bow of the Emperor made. the man of the pipe conclude he was speaking to an inferior; so without much ceremony he said: "And who are you?" "GueSs," replied the Emperor, who was amused with the adventure. 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