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that nothing is aa that Catholic holie literature ~e circulation, so ~y have every which instructs strengthens and stian virtues ""BENEDICTUS, pp., XV. T, | . . ~" The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, ARK., DECEMBER 1926 N2:13 ~ " "G;EAT MEN'S BONES I~ITeDAD~O U~| ~ T~ TA~[~" outlined plans for Better Plays Ex-, AN OLD WOMAN'S ROSARY I ~ I~j~j vv t~|~'~|L|ltJ jjLLv |U 1 1U|" Itensin' I think we have fund the t' ..... ~ ..... tKltlhi|l~| ITf~m~'+|~In| e And so the bones of Cortez, the ~#~rt ~v anwr~wWLT~ a~ nlUU/solution " is,. mess myseii, ann ~t Kiss tne wross, Ulilh 1U LII L0]great Spanish conquistador, are to re-I ' PUll GLVIilI' I ll~h VP UtlITIr-/ Headquarters have been establish-] And the holy Creed I tel!, "-'---"-" t main in Mexico, where they were bur-I . ] ed in Steinway Hill, New York City, I And the Paters and Ayes trap off my Are Charged With Whio lied! So at least Prince Antonio+ STRESS ON NEWS ABOUT CRIMINALS RETARDS REFORM, SAYS/and the policy of the organizationt tongue, ~,e~ ~ee.-~,~T,~ SPEAKERS I .............. | For it's me that knows them well. Pxngand Jailing Young -IPigatelli, direct descendant of theI r~,ou .....v~, ........ /wilt De con~roma oy ~ne zouowmgq Women. ~conqueror of Mexico, has decided, I ---- . . !advisory council: John Drew, Hon-I " ' a St. Lo,,~- --'--'--- turning down a request from theI Pittsburgh, Pa, That a large por-tAmerlcan press to cr~me m retr'lorary t~nmrman, Joan t, oiuen, ~natr For ~t Sbeadsmany day these same old n ress is d rehct ds of ustlceand l , :~.;'l:"~Jafling and whipping Spanish Government that Cortez,/tion of the America p e " gressive to the en J I " . " o~, ,s. 1.n the Mexican persecu- bones be transported to the town of in its duty to society in its handling]that newspa,ers are "making a seri-Iman; Moreland Brown, Secretary;I I've told in the same old way, of so-called crime news is the consen-] - " .... cu iRichard Carlyle, Assistant Secretary;jI got them my First Communion - :.rellglon is recounted in a Medina, Cortez' birthplace, in Spain, . . ous mistake in zeamrmg spec:a - e:tnlature picture of conditions where it was.proposed to rear a monu- sus of delegates to the American Prl-I ........ [David Belasco, Harry Beresford, Clif-,morn, lar cr~mes ann mrecung sympa- son Congress, m sesmon here w~th up-/ ....... ]ford Brooke, Leo Carillo, Irvin S.I And that's sixty years this May. c~ ~,,~. . ment over them. i~ a J~,~-~ received here. It is The interest which ensuing genera- proximately 1,000 men and womentthetic atten~mn ~o crimmam oy corn-| from all arts of the United States !ing names" which are calculated to,Cobb, Emma Dunn, William Itarris, l,,, ~ ..... . _ P ' " ' " ins ~was ~ne joyzu~ mysteries then I :~er written by a young tions take in the remains of those who m attendance Imake heroes of them among certain|Jr., Robert Hflhard, Arthur Hopk , liked, m~an to a girl in this city became mighty by deeds of war or by It is evident, according to dele classes of newspaper readers. /De Wolf Hopper, Wilton Lackaye, she attended a Catholic creative achievements is one of the - . .- eakers~ , ^ . (And I said them joyfully) gates who have addressed the con- Prominen~ among ~ne sp ]Edward Locke, Helen MenKen, ~ranc he United States odd human puzzles of history. Homer, vention that the ~ress is overlook Iwho placed the blame on newspapers| ................ When Our Lord was only a ChiId "+ , ~ ", .... lvlll;cneil, t'rlestiy lv~orrmon, ~lorence .. .~ er, whose identity for ob- according to the legend, was ignored ing constructive means of remedy-- for the gloriftcatmn ol cr~me were ..... mmsex, ed ~eeu, wmcheii Snnth, Augustus is not given, says, in ingthe so-called crime situation. Col. W. J. Donovan, deputy Un't A~ his Blessed Mother s knee and is blinking its eyes at the task States Attorney General at Washing- Thomas, Thomas Wise, and David last two months we have work on account persecution. You about it in the everything is pale in many hands and several centuries of ~ith .the brutal reality, l amendation and alteration, the point i~lic Defense League is yet persists. : fully, but there is so Shakepseare protected his bones and the persecution is so I from transportation by causing a (an office in a local poetic curse to be set up over his s given), and on thatlStratford grave, threatening despoil- the honor of being in era. Americans brought back Paul of being a Cath- Jones' exhumed relics from France with no little satisfaction, a few years Other places they have They whippea the men, and in other shot Catholics. In is mentioned), two who were here a week since. What would the Pharoahs say could they but know that their tombs had been broken open and their burial seals pried off, and their mum- mies sent on long journeys to alien God we have been given to keep on working. how many of us we have our tri- we have no doubt our suffering will bring of the Church." which for the ends of justice being served Delegates declared that the actual relation of a large part of the BETTER AND CLEANER PLAYS PROMISED BY N. Y. ORGANIZATION confronts thoseresponsible ton, who spoke on "The Causes of Crime" and Don C. Seitz, associate editor of the Outlook, of New York, who spoke on "Crime and the Public." and .directors have sponsored an or- ganization to be known as Better Plays Extension, Inc. Mr. John Golden, who has been ac- tive in the new movement, serving as spokesman for his colleagues, states New York, N.Y. (Special.) An- nouncement is made that a group of New York producers, authors, actors museums? grave was not apparently the last. Christopher Columbus, whose mem-(For once more the relics were dug ory America recalls today, had a up and taken to Seville, to be there given another, the sixth, burial At Havana, however, they tell a tale to the effect that a mistake was made and that Christopher's bones repose today under the local cathedral, while Seville honors some unknown.---Ex. singularly migratory history after his death. His bones were moved three times in Spain; then they were taken to Santo Domingo, and reburied; then to Havana, where they found rest under a cathedral. But even this that the purpose of the organization is to renew interest in clean, humor- ous American plays which of late have not been seen in many towns of the country known in theatrical terms as the "road." "Our survey showed a marked hun- ger for the spoken drama in these prosperous places," says Mr. Golden. "Good plays are discussed in the lead- ing literary and womhn's clubs of the communities but the citizens rarely get to see a production of them. Our problem is to devise ways by which this need can be supplied. In the Warfield. It is planned to divide the country 'into zones of about one hunded and fifty smaller cities and towns and op- erate each zone as a unit in the Bet- ter Plays Extension group. The Ad-I visory Council which is certainly rep-I resentative of the stage world will see that these units are provided with Oehone! but it's many and many a year, I've turned from the joyful deeds, And I cry on the sorrowful mysteries With tears as big as my beads. For my beautiful boy with the fever went, competent casts in recent and current And "himself" next morning died, American Dramas and comedies which Do you wonder I think of the mys- above everything else must he clean teries, and wholesome. A large number of That end with the Crucified. plays in this way can be presented in For it's then the local theaters of such units asi bead, I'm telling each blessed well as they are played on Broadway, and thus serve the revived interests in I A-kneeling beside my bed, the spoken drama. We two women God's Mother and me, Leading business men, societies and I Have many a talk of our dead. clubs of the different cities will form their groups to begin work in con- And that's why I'm liking the beads junction with the Better Plays Ex-] that tell, tension organization, and see that aI Her pains and her darling Son's. season is so divided that they can be]It's plenty of time I'll be having in sure of having the best in our rood-I . Heaven, ern drama without traveling afar to To think of the glorious ones. see it. ,, . The Little Flower Magazine. Illll - lull 1114] 11141 lull lull lull IIIII , 11141 IIi(t 1tlil I141 till llll Ibl |bl ilPll IIII tllll lid OFFERS THE FOLLOWING COURSES OF STUDY: COLLEGE, leading to the de- gree of Bachelor of Arts, pre- paring the students for the university or seminary. 2. HIGH SCHOOL, embracing: (a)v A Classical Course, pre- paring the students for the professions; (b) A Science Course, stress- ing physics, chemistry, biology, English, mathe- matics and Modern Lan- guages; (c) A Commercial Course, giving a thorough and practical training in busi- ness. A PREPARATORY COURSE, in which boys of the upper grades are prepared for the High School. High School Fully Accredited to the State University X SUBIACO COLLEGE is a Catholic Institution devoted to education. It is connected with New Subiaco Abbey and is conducted by the Benedictine Fathers. 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