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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 2, 1927 Page , l.[fl l A IOI:Clall or rompers be purchased and ~IUt~LI U|U~O placed on the figures• A heated debate between opposing W; C.,,=w.~ ~,~,~n ~, .~Z'"-~ • , ~factions in a Minnesota legislative D. C..i~:h"e~AP.__leommittee, over the introduction in Leglslature----'~-- "~ Ihonnerslthe State Senate of a bill requiring proposed c;onaucr. ~ . !that a five-day period intervene be- st~;,~=:,~+ tween the application for a marriage license and its issuance, was the CHURCH IN HAWAII IS TO CELEBRATE ITS CENTENARY measures, to cer- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) strumentality to represent Near East- ern causes in this country. ITALY LIBERALIZES LAW WITH RESPECT TO THE PRIESTHOOD By Msgr. Enrico Pucci. (Rome correspondent, N. C. W• C. reforms, it will chief topic of conversation in many Honolulu, T. H., March 14.~Plans if, when all sections of the Gopher State last are being projected "for the observ- the fads and foi- escape entirely un- will not be the case Lincoln and Logan League of West plication, some one will go out to investigate the prospective bride- groom and bride. We might as well be in Russia." The question of evolution, which has been before the Minnesota House News Service) Rome, March 24. A step toward ance on July 7 next, of the centenary liberalization of the old laws sup- of the Catholic Church in Hawaii. pressing religious orders in Italy was The arrangements have recalled the taken by the Government this week Church's history here--a history with the removal of the requirement which chronicles many persecutions and hardships. Today, it is reported, the Catholic population of the country is about 75,000, while there are about 5,000 children in the Catholic schools. Many of the former are Filipinos who of the royal "placer," or assent, in certain instances. Chiefly the "placer" requirement is removed in cases of members of re- ligious orders being appointed parish priests. In the past it has been re- it. A committee organization and Harless, farm pro- of Hamlin and Logan, a memorial to State Legislature, that would prohibit Wearing skirts which do hast four inches below sleeves to the elbow mx years of age ,g. , on the coast, a bill the California State beauty parlors of "cosmetology', Passed that body a dissenting vote. was presented b for the past several weeks, was virtu- have only a faint religious training ally disposed of last Friday, when a and for whom little can be done un- resolution urging tax-supported schools to "prohibit the teaching of the theory of evolution of man de- scending from a lower animal" was referred to the committee on edu- cation. The resolution is not" concurrent and it cannot be brought out of com- mittee on demand and no minority report can be filed• The bill of Seymour Phillips, Balti- more, providing for civil marriages til their language is mastered. Many of the children ifi Catholic schools are pagans, who become Catholics. commissioned by a duly organized spiritual church or society the right to practice in accordance with the rules and regulations of their reli- gion. of San in the State, was killed in the Mary- Urged by the state land House of Delegates on Tuesday, -~xami~ ers, accord- by being laid on the table on motion ~t. of Delegate :Coburn of Hartford ~ting with the co- county. eading hair--dress- Criticism and riducule were aimed ms,',, said Senator at the measure because the Judiciary eStablish regulation Committee had added an amendment hate objectionable including members of the General md that some s- Assembly in the list of officals au- Parlors, a , • , ~" " • " dre bhnd for thorlzed to solemmze marrmges. Sev- Other unlawful prac- eral of the members expressed doubt of their qualifications for such a duty ~a Bill T "" " and said the amendment had made • SOled the bill more objectionable to them. committee in theNevada Bids For Divorces ;ame~ State, by un-I Nevada, and Rend in particular, [as" ~even members]will make a new bid for the divorce ~in-~ W, e ek tab!ed As- business of the wealthy in the United ~ger s anh-evolu- States under a measure enacted last was k ~-ta en after ex- Friday reducing the residence re- ng on the mea- quirement from six to three month~. ,?ake.it.unlawful Once the recognized divorce cap- '~PpOrted schools, tal of the nation, Reno's position has rSlt 0 " • Y f Cahfornm been threatened recently by Paris o" or descended and Mexico. But with the new law, animal ,, • • th- • whmh was shpped through both ~uroe a~ci-eloping houses of the Legislature, and signed J rectory commit- by Gov. Balzar before breakfast time, GERMAN TOWN LACKS FIRST COMMUNICANTS, As-the greatest gathering of divorce- author seekers in the history of the city is en who take the place of the children measure, has an- ~s Preparing amend- now freely predicted, will wear gold wreaths and badges, • Unexpectedly overturning every respectively, to carry out the repro- of bringing the prediction, the so-called Wales "thea- sentation. on the floor, ter padlock" bill, which passed the require a New York State Senate on Wednes- DR. CADMAN REPLIES to post or day, was adopted by the lower branch TO ABSURD CHARGE intention at of the Legislature. by the overwhelm- __-- issuance ofthe ing vote of 125 to 5. The measure (From the New Jersey Journal, tabled, provided now goes to Gov. Smith for approv- " Jersey City, March 5.) ~three and five days al. Sectarian prejudice of the lowest the getting of a The bill is designed to make more type lifted its head at the Friday a De" stringent the control of the licensing Forum of the First Congregational ~ .~ !aware will be authorities over theaters and to pro- )1 "R~n. the future, vide that any person who produces, Church last night when somebody submitted a written question to Rev. uOmson affixes mana~.es acts inor advertises a Dr. S. Parkes Cadman, head of the lOUse indorsed bill ~ ' n which there m ~q r, ~ " dramatic production i " " ¢. U~l:~:t~re State any scene, part or portion of which is Federatedof Christ inC°UncilAmerica,°faskingthe ChurcheSwhether lq - l~e courts immoral, indecent or obscene, shall or not he is the son of a Jesuit rl ~L_ew act would]be considered a violator of the law priest. Pr~ ~uctl proceedings, land that the license of the offending ha:h:e/iStinguished clergyman, who pted Measure theater may be revoked for one year. the victim of a whispering Ls inspired b-- a i . College students and pupils in pub- campaign of slander because of his a • y re- : re.Which a h^- llic and private schools would be corn- liberal utterances upon questions of -~] 15 Years 6f a~ipelled to wear uniforms when attend- religious tolerance, rose to new ei stand to t -'~:' ing classes under a bill being drafted height:c:f greatness by the manner estff5 by Assemblyman Louis A. Cuvillier in w " he dealt with the insulting re has lust of the lower branch of the New oYrk query• At first he appeared to be Which seems legmlature, mildly offended. Then he smiled law of New "If all students and pupils were that any person compelled to wear uniforms there broadlYtic answer.and launched, a characteris- time on a felony[W°uld be less suicides in'the schools "My father was a Protestant at ~to prison forland colleges," said the Assemblyman. therto prescribed "Girls go to schools these days wear- clergyman," said Dr. Cadman. "So crime. A third]lUg $1,000 fur coats and silks andmatter,Was my mygrandfather'great-grandfather.and for thatBe. Y charges auto-.satins, while the boys drive to school sides, Jesuitit d: no'~ malty, and have the COnvict as atin expensive automobiles, wearing childrenh m k" this sort of a silly and requires his ultra fashionable clothes. In believe lie whic a es one feel sad for such life. Gov. Ben this has caused man) students, who a degenerate state of mind•" hill last Saturday. cannot afford these luxuries, to com- Christian Science mat suicide." AMERICAN CATHOLICS ARE recognized by the One of the final acts of the TexasVICTIMIZED aana in the enact- House of Representatives before its a clause e heal- ns or prayers" State Medi- SPecifically differ. SUch practices and treat human by 'Gov. Ed One effective in "Healers" "% Which passed adjournment last week, was to vote down, amidst a veritable storm of• thunderous "nays," the Love-Fair- child Senate bill designed to allow railroad companies to give free trans- portation passes to preachers• South Carolina "Blue Laws" Stand Governor John G. Richards on Monday vetoed the bill passed last week by the South Carolina Legisla- ture liberalizing the existing Sunday "blue laws." By this action, the Governor indicated that he intended to enforce the ancient stautes which he recently revived. A bill prohibiting the employment of any person for more than six days a week, or more than eight hours a day or more than forty hours a" week was introduced in the PennsyN ranis House of Representatives by Representative Dunn of Allegheny county on Tuesday• quired that such priests declare their secularization. This week's change removes the necessity of making such a declaration. The general situation of the re- ligious orders, however, remains un- Legisla. Gov. Sam A. It will go into March 14. are strenuous. statutes of a oys forming a fan- Was recently placed grounds at Jackson SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN,S SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- nated. An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training for One Seminarian. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. changed• They still are unrecognized by civil law, recognition having been , COMPLETE withdrawn by the old suppression ST. MARY S BURSE, Hot Springs ............... $5,000.00 laws. MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock_ ...... 5,000.H ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................... 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ..... 5,000.00 BISHOP MULDOON LEAVES HOSPITAL AND RETURNS HOME DUE TO WORLD WAR ((By N. C. W. C. News Service) __ ~ St. Louis, March .24. Rt. Rev. By Rev. Dr. Wilhelm Baron yonPeter J. Muldoon, Bishop of Rock- Capitaine, ford, this week left St. John's Hog- (Cologne Correspondent, N. C. W. C. pital and departed for his home. Bis- News Service.) hop Muldoon had been in the hospi- Cologne, March 14.--In the village tal since about the end of last June, of Eisenschmidtt, near Wittlich, when he became ill with an attack of where, as an aftermath of the war, appendicitis immediately after his ar- there is no child of the proper age rival in the city, where he intended for the reception of First Holy Corn- to participate in the ceremonies con- reunion this year, the men and women nected with the consecration of the of the village who received First Corn- new St. Louis Cathedral. munion 50 years ago are to take the1 place of the boys and girls who nor ..... I mally would receive the Eucharist for I gf~RTF.R'R 11 the first time on Whitsunday. The] ~V~~ ~r ~ [ [ children who now would be of age _ . .... I Odorless II for First Commumon umu as m~ants r ' . I I during 1017 and 1918 in a famine in- Cleanm~z I I duced by a food blockade ' "~ I I Eisen~ehmitt is but one of many Men's Sults Cleaned *'lad I I lffr~ DUC villages giving striking illustrations [[ of the effect of the war upon the ..... ~ .... l I ann birth rate. In these villages, where " l] the children would now be of age for I I ...... irst Hol " 313 CENTER STREET || ~ne reception ox ~ y uommun- ...~. I I Phone no~a ion, there is no one to make his or her | J First Communion this year• In Eisenschmitt the men and wom- C. D. KENNY CO. m Sugars V¢~IOLESALE and New York. Folowing the arrest of two men, posing as Eastern priests, who~ have victimized benevolent American Catholics to the extent of more than $110,000, a warning has been sent out from the offices of the Catholic Near East Welfare As- sociation, 480 Lexington avenue, this city, notifying all that this society is now the only agency in the United States authorized to solicit for Catho- lic interests in Russia and the Near East. The Rev. Edward A. Walsh, S. J., president of the Associa~cion, in com- menting upon the extent to which, these fraudulent practices have been carried, said: "In addition to the de- sirability of having all the Church's work for the Near East consolidated for more eficient administration, it was to forestall just such cases as these that the Holy See insisted up- RETAIL Phone 4-8041 115 West Sixth Street LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The Clock of Life The clock of life is wound but once And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will stop--- At late or early hour. NOW is the only time you own.; Live, love, toil with a will-- Place not faith in "tomorrow," for The clock may then be still. JEFF J. RALEY General Agent Central States Life Ins. Co. 510 Federal Bank Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Phone 6654 Res. Phone 3-2366-3 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE. .$8,82~.i~ ST. JOHN S ALUMNI BURSE ......................................................... 4,841,50 SACRED HEART BURSE ......................................... 258.00 BISHOPFI ITZGERALD BURSE ...................................... 100.0$ KNIGH'TS OF COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS ..................... g92,00 INCOMPLETE BURSES BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ' The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial honor to the first Bishot) of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a credit deposit of $ ,825.57. " This Burse calls for no stated amount of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and small donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection w th the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and re- ceive due credit on the Seminary records. Previously acknowledged ............. - ................................. $2,916A17 Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark ....... 10.00 Catholic Daughters of America, Fort Smith, Ark. 100.00 Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark. 50.00 Ignatian Knights, S. H. Academy, Helena, Ark $5.00 "Kindly" Donation from Levy .................................................... Bequest of Late Mrs. Bridget Sinnott Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ....... Ignatian Knights, Helena, Ark. Children of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark. Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark. ...... St. Andrew's Cathedral School Children ..... 8.0~ 1.00 500.00 50.00 IO.OS 35.00 20.00 75.00 Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark. $0.00 Total ................................ '- .............................. $3,825.5V BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. Gallagher, Mona, Ark ....................... $I00,00 ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY ALUMNI BURSE This Burse is a foundation by the priests who have been ordained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the faculty and the students of this important diocesan insti- tution. ' Previously acknowledged ..................................................................... $2,081.50 Bequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinnott, Little Rock, Ark ............................ 500.00 Alumnus 1923 .................................................................................... 500.00 Alumnus 1916 .................................................................................. 800.00 Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark ..................................... 1,000.00 Alumnus 1926 .................................................................................... I00 O0 Alumnus 1917 ..................................................................................... i00.00 The Catholic Daughters of Amerma, Fort Smith, Ark ....................... 100.00 • ~ I0 O0 Friends, Slovactown, Ark ................................................................... Thanksgiving, Hot Springs, 'Ark ................................................... 50.00 Mr. W. ]3, Healey ...................... . ............................................. : ........... I00.00 Total ..................................................... - ..................................... $4,841.I~0 SACRED HEART BURSE Grateful Recipient of Favors__ Morrilton Friend Grateful Recipient of Favors Anonymous Donation "Kindly" Recipient of Many Fevers, MoRse, Ark. Grateful Recipient of Favors, Memphis, Tenn. A Brockton Friend Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Little Rock, Ark. Thanksgiving for Favors Received "Kindly," Cathedral Parish A. J. P., Morrilton, Ark. Friend from Paris, Ark._. Anonymous Thanksgiving for Favors R~ceived $ 100.00 $.00 50.00 3.00 10.00 10,00 5.00 1.00 2~.00 5.00 5,00 $.00 4.00 10.00 20.Oe Total _$ 258.0~ Mark Every Grave FOR THOSE YOU LOVED AND LOST AWHILE Enshrine your memories in a Monahan Memorial whose beau- ty lasts forever. See our dis- HOUse censured Committee Statues and de- to "conform Some that over- Senator Boyd of Montgomery county, last week introduced a bill in the Pennsylvania State Senate making the practice of spiritualism lawful in the Keystone State.- The bill would give ministers and others on the merger of all existing socie- ties working for these ends, and it was for the same reason that the American Hierarchy passed their res- olution making the Catholic Near East Welfare Association the sole in- play, or write for catalog. Monahan & Son 412-414 W. Markham St. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE Arkansas K. of C. Councils___ $ 892.00 ~ INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for fhrther information regarding any of all matters pertain,- ing to the foundation of Bums and the benefits skared by contributors and likewise all donations should be aent to the Rector, Rt. Roy. Momdgnor ~r. H. Aretz, St~ Johns Seminary.