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T H E G U A R D I A N Page Sevea t .... ! -- ~ ~---=~'----" ~--'~ ~2~-=m' laozens of prachces which, m them-iSa J., we reproduce what he has tolRemedies.---(a) Clear recognition of lent practice will commend itself to Advice to Wives. 't selves, were as innocent and harmlessI Y of betting and gambling: I the permissible limits of the practice; judicious philosophers and moralists If at first you don t succeed, cry, hh~f~llr~lr~lT~.as the whistling of a merr~ boy or the General Definition. The risking (b) avoidance of wrong views which of any creed or of n ._ . cry again. Life. rbl blDl Nl,livel ch - . , . I of something of value on some uneer- defeat their "end by confasin the. ", . " one. it neea y after oi a group oi scnool--ltain issue, or as the emphatic asser-lmoral sense, e g, the elassifygn~ of n,ardty De added that, m so concise a .. in T_ , igirls, did much to undermine tr-- ~;n- re ......... ..1 .; .... ;. ~h~lh~; ...... ~," ., ~., sm~emen~ of the Catholic osition on uus says he's Din to ive his ,aymart s Bul " . ........ ~ ..... v.r ......... , .............. s a,u gumming as no~ less evil . p g g . g AUgusta ~_ letm, ]morahty by prompting to general!hope of gain if the issue be favorable than lyin and theft c obedience the questmn, Father Keatmg had nec- .wooden legged aunt one garter and a ' ~--~ - lhypocrmv for a time and ~h~ 1~ I^. ,t.^ ..: .................. ~ ..... ......... ]essardy to omit a good deal of explan- box of tacks for her birthday. , -, ,~a. . g , ( ) . ~ys The Pickon~ ~ i " ~ ~l~clt lcau-:ut b[tv view pov~ Cullc~bb. IbO LII~2 CIVll law q,G ooeolence ~o 1;he .. . . . quot~ - ..... ling to a reaction from unduly re J .......... I~L~;~.;_.. ~_._. _ ;:.~ ....... ~__ ]atory commen~ wmcn would render Independe~theI Acnder~ jstr,cted liberty to unrestraine'd li:!in i~serl7 b~tee~---liAabl:n::a:b'u::W~i: ]t~':n'~nt'h:d:sir~'fo'r =::lnths m'uera-!the reasonableness of the position still Modern educational process has r Rom~ ~,' .-'~, ...... ~nlcense. Smoking, dancing, and card- ;o i ..... v,'~ ~. ...... .~ .o h .... h^ ~. "~ . . _ Imore~evment. The pith of the mat- greatly simplified the three R's-- ., -- ~acnodc were la ...... I ................. ' ......... Who. a] It ~s enhrely safe to say that the I ter, however is ,,iven -.,z +h~. ;-.~ ~ ..... , ~.~t mebeUnitedhis religious" States dut-nw'*-slca"y p" , y~ng,ew~,~or., instanCe,ann wnileareexcessiven~ m~rm- i thing' in-" t ............ ~o ~.~may;giVes ..... .............. 1,..it away, .... freely~h er, sor'fralsol]freging brief discussion of a .-reva -, ~,c~en~l ........ ~or '"~ne generanw ~" ' "~" :" o~ ~= .... readers.~u~" ~vOmto rah,reaing'rah, rah.--wamriting andp a Tribune'rithmetic his power - ~lamgence m any one of them may be-~he ma-" ~i~ *~^ ~ .... v :. ~_ .~ . " th~ ~o use the l come an offense a~-ains .... 1;,.. I : ................ ,el | _ '~ countr, in ,|el ........ ~ , ~ ......... ~, chance of gaining something in re- an . Y beh..._ cue possioid~y oz their abuse can not . _ Cathohcs in Mexico ....... turn. Howeasflythepraetmemaybe ]] ~ Jl Presents. liogmally De mane a pretext for pro- '|] || ._ trffe and ~,-,. ~ .......... l abused all human expermnce shows r.'" II he we _ - "~. ,mm~.~:igit~ne:~ ,eg~hmat.e use, e!se thel Con'itions for Lawfulness (a)Jl I ~: l! 'O~ld ,~. re true to hlS~posm y a man's becoming a . d ....... ,.~'SUm~thit~' ~)ly restrained JfroJeatSinge'hiSs ordi:lcircumstances be at the free disposaltJ[, J[ BEN C. MeGEHEE, Pres. ABNER McGEHEE, Vice-Pres H I I r any other!nary meals of him who stakes it; (b) this act[| | ]1 GEO ............ " "H || president and his " ' must be voluntary; (c) there must be~ I | " ~" rin~v~, ~ec.-Treas. I] || [ accord with the ma- The difference between the non-trio fraud or undue advantage on either [ J I[ || ' Pinion of this coun-ICatholic and the Catholic method of side. l J[ I[ il~ n mre than !dealing with questins f this kind! Dangers f the Practice" It readily|] ' II ~l don and Secretary is graphically illustrated in a Cath-excites the passion of avarice, thet|| H II l/ eCade or more ago l olic Truth Society pamphlet which,[ desire for gain disproportionate to [| | II x a,~,.~a.~, xa.~a.~ H || S'mation existed If published several years ago, fell an- need or to effort and it lends itself ONSTRUCTION rtvhier than that and der our notice again the other day. to every sort of trickery. These J I ] C JJ [/ w~eWs of the Bishops I It bears the title "Modern Problems abuses are likely to occur and are || [ COmPAnY Jl || OUld do no more and Catholic Principles," and con- actually so prevalent that. in the in- | | I " ~aaa-'~x ~x " H |/ ~:lv:~ Mexico, have|rains a summarized statement of gen-lterests-of public order, "the Statet] | ][ ~o as being as lame Chrmtlan doctrine cencerning no rightly restricts opportunities for ]| I II GENED x, ~r~,,~-r~o.~,~r~,. II /] the U " I . I . x'~"~L. ~t*~-#l~ll~.2"~blUl~D mex'i~lde the sects~" 1themtedeff ct n |Statesl_/ i fewer thanshoefOUrteenBatO p lCSg of p resent I~-.g~g Side." ~ambhng In wew of the great ewlll/,t, |!$ 1] . ] " I HHitl.~~'~i Ill A ~can affairs as day interest. One such topic is that it causes, the State would be justified I I | ]1 " ' H l/ : ~erica would be{which forms the title of this paper;|in going further, by prohibiting, for]|| ][ | 1, or Belgium inter-]and, premising that the author of the'instance, the pulJlication of betting ||.. I II /l pamphlet is Father Joseph Keating news. || || nUmeroUSwo ., countr,es .... I,%._ = - ...... .'1] [1 II Home Office, Kahn Building" " " ]l | -,u, ~atnollc ,d by a Catholic ! BEER ON DRAUGHT CIGARS AND CANDY i I I J H ]J 1 m has intervened![ " [1|| H LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ][ [ atre0s0n is there i lva oo o [111 it II / ! Catholic president l HOME BOILED HAMS fill H l .a.tes Would act dif-] i Best in the City ] [i i = ~ l _the Same eireum-[! ALL KINDS OF LUNCHES lll .... 1 Y When he wo-,l~ .hi ] IMPORTED OLIVE OIL AND MACARONI ~ I ~ | illn0t a Catholic !~ ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS ~[ Which even prac-I ! 119-121 EAST MARKHAM S l [act,:e in itthe~, ..... minority? a ! Phone 4-4137 Go to Tony's for Eats and Drinks ,~ ,[ Auto Painting and Repairing. I Joe.~ P._ Waldenber. get I SPRINGS MADE TO ORDER 'h -~ oeen ~ne .-, ......... -- ......... ~,-~,=A/ | ~eo. D. Wooldndge | ' olics that a Cath I" "| Frank f~- - ' [ | SEPARATE LEAVES + .ooley S Established 1875 A SPECIALTY tent,mes fails , ............................... ~;~-,~~.~--~~~/ -_ _ [ [ ':t interests to thel [' ....... Used Ford for aC fair-mindedII Visit the ! 1 axchan--- WALDENBERGER !B. D. BRICKHOUSE oli. " 'll! & view -1: " r aln : " H HARNESS AND TRUNK COMPANY & SON ;%::.. I, i I - i [ r~* ..... [ Arkansas Best Leather Store theatt,tude.C se' ali , of Little Rock" ,0,ii ,! BuySaVeyo.rtbe carDif'erenCeFr-m U.. I WARDROBEsuITTRUNKS, .ooo BAGS AND ........ O ernor Smitb FOR CHILDREN'S i ............... [ ..... " ] ..... t AUTO & TRUCK SPRING 0 at, : [ II We aen L~enuine Ford Parts Only. SERVI 3athol~aek on thatf[ SCHOOL SHOES I I 1J0E M. KI MYHI R lil! / REPAIRING I CE STATION c~ or t'ro~es-i I ~ [[~j ,~[| MONEY LOANED ON CARS. l ~he .... [.i KEMPNER'S ![l t~[[ "Arkansas' Leading [~[ ~ OUR REFERENCE: [ 704 Mare" Street Phone 4-0528 oentmel would [ [ ; i Iftl Jeweler" i[lI I . [ I t.llstPersnSa man inon thei~ac-]l Second418.20FlOOrMalnDepartmentstreet l[ ]~[,[~t,,East Side (305) Main Street [~[[.t[t[[ 15.Years on West Seventh Street. I Phone 7649 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. J312 Louisiana St. Little Rock, Ark. !0n,',, the editorial [. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS "[I:'I~! Is Shopping Side." ~' "~*~ae'b~'~'~d~@'~e~**l~*~'~l'g~"~'~e*l~ : - --. - : : ..... - ~*~'e~e~,. ~e tea ,, . - , ~ a~ .~ ~0tU~:e sep- / ~'~---~---------~: -- '~---~--=~-------=-__~-~~--~ff~ IX "I" ~ d/, Person whose reli- :s that union of McCLERKIN'S DRUG STORE the Source of ~11[ ~ "The Drug Store of Personal Service" I~][/~ ap rehensio l I1[I lilt/ $ ' .?. e believes As a ~ eco"s not, nor is urpe naof:e: MAIN AT SEVENTH . $ $ de ~o~ o, ~oo,/~,___ .. _.. ----- r there was . . ~ LIT pendent Country in which Phone 4 0576 TLE ROCK, ARK. Vere not united n example of a 4~e*~,~,bu'~b*I,,b,Dt~N~~ the Church / .-- _ ~W, , rch and] ] ............................... Y " Y P of ordinary sense and health here/Chu . . It t necessar that an man ossessed . -. ]WIN .... should remain the sport of poverty all his days. Whether hi ..... / ' !' tatedida holdi ....... "~ ...... ! Com-lime "p ms or" be. large or small, he can save a part.. Savings' wisely invested."w'i]i'i . e WOuld * s aniBean Bros. Musm Co.[ . t,me become a modest fortune. Th,s is the slow way, but a sure one. De tittle Saxo hun Wilkes & Ra an $ I editor to worry. The ,he Un" p e Shop g . d " Ited Statesl ~ Now and then a man gets rmh qmckly. But men have been scheming tate .... i [ CLEANERS AND since the world began to fred an eas mTh: ::e:t i i!!atiii~w~iiy ! N E M USlcal:::==t s and 1 "CAL:~LIE" ! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: te Per cent of]: W ORTHOPHONIC VI(~TROLAS] . :~ . " -I: , Perhags ..... / and [ , It is easy to get ahead the slow but SURE way. Start a savings ac- ).f those'in ' h:l VICTOR RECORDS ] "~ $ count--make it a habit--and ADD to it regularlv There is no sv. ~i::~' and not a[~22 1-2 Main St. Telephone 98S5[ CHAS. A. EHRMAN, Prop, $ tem of saving comparable to the Building and Loan plan. Let us ~e]l * Pul~,: ~ eigthy[ ] ~ -on about it , ................... : ..... " . ]: -"~ ~mted I ~ "" ~ :::~ against the , ] i / , e~selves capable ~r'.?lble Catholic [ t - _ ~./ ' ' $ ve sc_ant sym.[I ~ t" ~0 ~ '~ l an~on, and rep-[l n:::'Usre!ig-I t One Owner of IS Says--- ~_ ' ncing~ ,-.U.as mhereme-I / ,,Surely no better endorsement of International Trucks can be "~ ~ i, ut certain hub ll offered by our eompany than to say that since we now find ourselves ~ . - , ~ich are r..n..-I 1 confronted with the need of two more trucks, we have dec~de ferent ~_ '|~ these trucks shall also be International "S" models Tbis win ;~ ~ ~,~.,~ d that fallacy o; c::-[ t crease our present fleet to fifteen model "S" Internationals.', " ..... t ~T~| ~0~ D|||| ]r~| .... |/~ A ~| ~O~ ........ ~: i 'a thing withl We suggest that firms with transportation problems ll Tll lhll l O & ,.uan aaaOflhllOH If dozens[ t give us an opportunity to discuss this highly important 215 West Second Street t the] t phase of their business with them. We will gladly fur_ Phone 8466 il ded ~ ,~Y .the| t nish complete information on any and all models ' " ~engthy ~,~-~ e?e.d Christian II ~ $l ",t the . ].t Internatmnal Harvester Co. ,, , c~tnitted b"II , OF AMERICA ~ '- , $; matter of de- it Motor Truck Dept., 422 Broadway, Little Rock. Ark ~~"4"4w'*~'I'*~':'::* :~'*:~#~:"'*:" : ~ :~;'-~'#~'~"~:::~ ~: :: : : : " : : :: : -": : :~'~ : : -": : : -~ : :;~'~" '