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Page Six TttE GU - RDIAI,. APRIL 23, 1927 / "':~ *- ~ * ...... *~- *- *--- *- -*~ *--* * " ~'~'~7~*~ "'-'- mr de I .... !the vari(us schools to ~-~wvw~t~w~T~ i t~Trw~ ~ ~T tlU~W~T . IP -- ]Lion lrom the governor each ye , -~ , "~ - ,. "%" ,~ .......................... * STATE LEGISLATURES * t lourgh of July, or the Fourth when 11 ['{~V~I~')g~"~g~'fi~[!l"I[- ~ [lnsl~nl:, ,~:hox, l ng tne;r " NV FNANII gN V M/tNgNNAI i 'llK * * it falls on Sundav, to be dedicated to ] ............ Ithe M:ss',on urusa.. l~l ~ltj~,la~l.~U lkj, IVltl"lA~.kllHU"~ita~ I~-r'l~l I, , , , , .'- * * , * * * religious ,mtriotie services The meas-] ~ '['~ NFN~H|I 1 l the meeting here SunaaY. .... " " " " ~ ~ *" ~ " "011 TtPIk A~|ol[l[l~.rl) ]J~|Ol~a]~ ]~Ii~| ][ OA~t~O ] Washington D C April 14. De- ure passed the House but was killed ~ l[l~l~,Jt Ll~,~llll~It$11.Ijmal.shal of the proeeSSt s~ l~/t1~/}~, DlOrl~r ltVt, t, 0/tlO itermined opposition' on thc part of in the Senate. l" ~ -- ~ ~ : 7- ..... : ~Rev. Francis .Breas~egFin 1 " [Ohio Cnthalle~ is beint- exerted l A bill providing for the.protectionl Triangular Track Meet. !ent of Cathohc scnom~ P.bllc Servant Suppo~e! to Rule A,}'.ording to Constitutio., and Religious lagainst the Comings et~gemes bfll, tand l~gal employ}nm!t of nlmors.be- .?n Easter ?~Iondas, the rma~OretYr:f_!naTh:rehvdj2:eS:ill have no ~t.d;..~. ~.. ~..+ ~..+..~...o p...i~+ n~l.-r~. 'l~,.~h o..d ~t~t,. [,)ronosin~ sterilization of certain in /tween ~ne ages o~ sixteen ano elgn- o~ ~ne ~racK ~eam o~ avto" s P -i " - -U ITALIAN SALESIAN1 PLAQE IN ABEYANCE[behalf of the diocese of Denver,{Y ' " " -/.nd ran for 60 yards; and the seeondl ..,,,.. ":..., _ ..., i.isl!,r[" ".... -- " ] . '..[|[which'{: n. r'e,../pointed,,' out.'.', that.cncm.un..n`~c~a-e~~..s-..~-.e~~~b~~e~~~~~~~sa~Aeen~t~~~~~~~]~~~*na~eg~a~s~~.e~e~~ecu~f~~l.na~s~~tn.r~ta'~(~~emn.~h~aans~a~enybt~~x.~)p~t''hn~.a~~db~~eeLe~~tbeaanh-g~en~~edecta~gf1n`~e.~s~ht~~age~t~o~c~~~hes~a(~s~l~~grnoleading autho-I York,tin bY9,countmsKlngs, 8,~s Bronx,aS follows:d, Queens,New~ tunhe circled around dlre~U~, sns~ ee~h, roO oSlsrlofn" C' nrend for a 20-yard ]rLv]cn'coca,.ucuTFuenTla.et~t2ueFhyserOelocRr:a,t,wnacU~ae,u.A'lB.T]Hrvol.~DEAD OF v. ~' ' (By N. C.W.. News Service ) [~ {By N. C. W. C. News Service ) ~rities in sociology are opposed, as a " " " " " / " The Preps displayed a fineI " _~ .. . . ~ Milwaukee, Wis, April 14 Plans~result of calm study of the experien-12; Richmond, 1. There are twenty-[brand of playing, showing the advan-~/ ~. N C W C. Ne'~ Macao. March 21. An Itahan] " " , ...... r~'-'- o----furs and tw- Re-~ ........ ~ t~'~ ' " " "~ Salesian priest working in the lfor the erection by students andlcmen.ees.of varmus o .... '.- I---x-'ican Senators in the sit.,1 [~" ' ........ P g p J Cincinnati, Aprfl,_OeI ~ "l~I~:~in !i~l~i~y:e~! "lb~pii! l~nUeii~ " "eroYrqrLiili!dlsi '!? ' " !di "i~i~Rp~i"1 mall boxii~mX;N~:th t'o~Okkdayt!i: leh 5e rece~ e~e:!!!~mbl !r~eai 'i:::ili - "~~;d~n~!1 "];~i;d ~iicOn]n~l F ,e_vi~ueOU~ ]lo~f "rSg ""t~!i' s;~ era m China. He was favorably im-] g., .:., .... P- --Y| ................. wr diocese in!men are elected for a term of onel [marines and ~. *~,e W0 pressed by them, in particular bylpenulng ~ne aerermlnauon o~ gne|~enba~we o~ ~ne ,e.: e. .... ..t .... r New York City's renr~senta-la~,ee,~, ~,,~r,~,e /United States m =," de Bishop-elect James E. Walsh of Cum-lPresent ownership of the site. |SOClOmgmm work aria in ~ ..o t .... "b" counties is as follows" New/ .............. lat other times will 11 i~ berland, Mar land The Salesian Erection of .thememorial at some sociological work and is in au~nori~ylun s " I r,-A~ ~,-,-~ MA~ zs; ! ---~ v~* Y " [ .... [ -- ' ............... |York 23; Kings, 23; Bronx, 8; Queens/ BIG CROWD FORESEEN}5" The program,' ~nd ~' missioner writes as follows of his ex-~xu~ure ~ime is assureo, as a campaign|on gne suo~ecr, the ~ev. ~ranc~ ~.! .......... ! 'emn Field MaSS ~ -t " " r f t Vincent de Paul's 6; Ricnmono, z. mere are xi~y-~ve in o~ { eft n e: among the students and the alumni Walsh, pasto o S. _ . . , I .......... ~ ,ha~l~ . P "~ Cweas alwa sm de ire to of the university has more th,n realjChurch, Denver, also presented a brief/Demcratm Assemblymen and sevenI (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) i~ne ~,a~=:=* ReV. J" I~l',~ y y s get ~ l~epuDncan ~ssemmymen in ~ne ClW. Cincinnati A ri 12 T Legion, rne "011~ in touch with the Fathers of Mary ized the fund of $1,000 which waslto the governor m oppomtlon to the| ...... , , .} , O., p 1 . he lard-/ ....... ia Nat~ . .............. "/ .... 1-* ~,~.- *~ ........ M ..... +f~lmeasurd [ A bin ~o prohibit the teaching o~[ ~st assembly ever held in Cincinnati~nlmae~p~ "_~.~ Chi~ :~non, ox whom I naa oil;en reaa *~- ~*,= ...... ..... , . " n in th -" " , froward bav~, Cat li . students conducted the cam aign aft- Despite several ringing speeches[evlu,tiC . . e pubhc schools of under the auspices of a Catholic or-I ....ttend. ho c papers P Florida was introduced in the House aniza i promlsea o a . p. v ' Last year I was assigned to China, e accepting t g ~1 " r he challen e of James and the reading of a letter from the g t on as forecast for the rally of lllam I" ~"-resent~tive ..... 1 I , I The Rev Wi ~ where I was attached to th Salesian O Donnell Bennett, a Chicago news- Rt. Rev. John W. STint, Bishop of~ ..... ~ ....... ~theCatholic Students Mission Cru-I .... ~--~'~n of the ~., e ~ta~e lasl; lvlonaay oy t~euresen~a~lvesade on Ma 29 It ]s ,ne~ ~,,,~m " M~ Mmslon of the Heungshan district paper man, whose article las( sum- Wheeling, on the floor of the West ...... [ y . " estimated, that[win ..... cmeDru~--te the tu."i recently had-occasion to visit ou mer pointed out that the death-~sit Virginia Hous~ of Delegates against Leo Stama~er ox Tampa. I~ was re-~at least 25,000 Catholic students will~ ...... nu-ent de P~ . - .... - ~ 'ferrea ~o ~ne j~(liciary committee, attend the atherin o~ ~. v~ ,~ mission in Taomoon and m wa led of Marquette m unmarked. |the bill reqmrlng the dally reading ofl ..... / g g. ~ -- i~hrou h Kon moon. where Rt RevlJ |the Bible in the public schools of theI "t " y was under-[ .~- "lot was P - ' Y Y Lottle r~mman O'Neill's bill to cre Promotion of the rall sing arcla, g g ei h " 'me ~ s atean g t hour workm day for ts 2"ames E. Walsh has'his residence ]MA~RYK: R~COMES STRONG |Panhandle State, the measure passedt . ..5 g . ~taken by the Cincinnati Conference/ .... missione ::: Leaving Shekki on the boat. II ..... ADVOCATI~'OF TOLERANCEIthat bo*dy last Thrusday by'a vote[ .. ' ~ " " C ade at the invi-~ ...... , ~ from all angles, and while ~t appears ration of Archb~sho h l~z,ooo :felt ill and arrived at Kdhgmoon ~i~[ -lof 49 to 37. I. - m ....... ] " ' p Jo n T. Me-} " a' high fever. I~ directed" my steps. By V. Mysllvec," " Jr......... " Bible Reading Bill Passed. [~;O nave any xr~enos m zne rower[Nicholas, who wishes to make the| M t:u~*-'I~N ~:0 toward the Marvknoll nresbv~erv andl tPra,,~,e Corres,,endence N C W C[' Some of the plainest speaking that~branch_f ~the Ilhnols legislature, it|event one of annual obse~'vance. Cel-[MSGR" " ~,,tt0P " "" "' ~ ~" ~" ' hkel Iaees sermus obstacles in the e ra ~*~" ..there I found a~hearty welcome froml News Service) " [, " "lhas marked the discussion of the bill~ " Y " / b rich' of a Solemn Pontifical Mass ~ , the Bisho -elect himself -l Prague A-ril 16 Presidentlwas uttered during the debate. Dele.~Senate. [in the athleticstadium of ~t. Xavierl _ ~, ~. lqe~ P ~., ~" B N G w , " 'You came "ust in time' saidl~r ..... 1~., o-o h-ol-vakia a Pro:lgate Andrews, Republican, of BooneI Rising to a point of personal pmv-~College, with singing by the combin-I ( y " " ." ~.~tti. Bishop Walsh, '~e are about t; hav;[t'eTt2n~*~am;us~;r h~:sloga'n ,,Rome[County, in "assailing the measure,!ilege in the Massachusetts House Of|ed choirs of Catholic schools, will be] Dublin, April:e;. NI~ a cup of tea.' 'I thank you ve~'~[mus.t be ~ud~ed and found ~,ilt,~ "| which is regarded as being sponsored iRepresentatives the other day, Rep-|the principal feature. t appointed the .,~gre gn' , 0, -, o ~'~ ~' stud that he'resentat~ve Frank W Eaton of Broc Cathohc sch ols m h ~as B~shop of l~lm e ~ much, Bishop, I answere~t~ but, firstldissuades members of Sokol, the Gym-}bY the Ku Klux Klan,! ............ 1" ........... -I ...... ~. _ .re adjoining{ ,;" the 1st of all, let me ask you for some med-]nastic Association from leaving' the ~ believed in the Bible and was a mere-1 icmes o~ ~enmcKy, whmh are m thel* ' icine ' |Ch-~ch and ~ives an excellent exam l ber of the Methodist Church, but that " " Diocese of Covington, will take part~ -. ,.o. ~ ~' You should have seen with what]-lo~':~' rollo~a=s tolerance in an inter:lhe considered the bill a political trick'P " [in the rally making the total hum- ' ~S:or A "ndness B{sho Walsh attended t ~:~ --'-:;'~',,~o,t th- -r~an of the to put membhrs of the House on rec-'baseball games to be played in Boston lber of h~gh schools and colleges rep-[Maynooth m ~:" ~s ld p olwew au~ ~. ......... ~.- " " " ' s 'thisseason -- someseventy--seven feral curacies, "~tte 2_ ....... m ............ ~ -- ~ ~ordand m no way a rehgmus inca - [resented about 35 Praetmally all of, me. ,he boo~ ~y gemperauure anu assoclal:lon. ' | I ...... - , " I ,. " -. -miner., $ , games Irom 1;he l:~osEon ClUD I the mocesan ex,, I * :said, Well, Father, you must go to The interview has led anti-Catho-[ [ _. --7 ....... " ...., "" " . " " -I .... ~cto bed and stay with us for a few days. lic papers tb rebuke the president in} I have no hes ta y -, .. g., ] .......... c..~a... ~..~_ni and many of the parish schoolsi ....... ..-, "It was not exactly a ~leasure to ,~tho, a~~,~{+~ ~o~m~* }proposition anti-Chri#dan,' added ~ne]ne vo~eu agmns~ ~ne ....... z .......... in the Covington Diocese will also'rage, t, amu~. _,, ~, be sick, but I was glad of*-the'oppor:--Rel~igion'~-sald'th'e'-;resident is a,delegate, a distinct slap at religion,' " * " contribute to the student representa-, ' ~f~irs . n m afew a swlthth " - ' and that this forcing of religion on[he wished the Boston club all suc- tion in the rally Ipart in public u* _.~o~: tumty of pe d g d y e most pnyate personal affair wh~c . .... ion c~ .... hi ,' eess and hoped it m~ght win the pen l anti conscript So~ Maryknoll missioners, i could not ought not to be deba~/ed ia nublic Alour schoolg is a public scandal. I .:[ Attendance of large number of~ - - -red be n treated better m m own ~" t~ The bill now goes to the Senate hunt, he demred to state that he ebuld a ul .... delive have e " y man with a relioious mind and sen "-1 " I . t d ts from Cathohe pamshes w~thm~when he "-st the l house by my confreres. Bishop Walsh, ment is calm and peaceful and will|where its chances of passage are eon-lnot accep a pass from it under the[a radius of thirty miles is' expeetedladdre.sses ~g2h~2S si~ce.~ circumstances scrl ~lOn x~ II~ sldered shm at the open mr Pontifical Mass The P orO though ~very busy with his own du- strive for spiritual progress, he said. | ' " ' , I " '1 " " " ] - " ~ the C . ', ties, always found time to see the' " " ~ I A bill regulating the hoflrs of fe-~ ~ .. ,. [hour for this service has been set atlmem~er o~, ~.~hniC~t" sict man, -to give him medicine and AN OL'D EXPRESSION Imale employees has been k" " [ . . ': [ 1 'o c}ock in the morning, so thatt to.perform the humblest services. [ I Committee on Workmen's Compensa-|tine monks was rowed to the pmrneaalit will be possible for the pastors with|Carlow countY. ,, ,, ,, ! se of Re re at Live pool and as received by the th ~ ' What a splendid example of hu-IThe expression a bee line is de-~tion of the Montana Hou p -[ " _F . ~v ..... ti e delegations from their respective[ ~ o~e: measures to Lord Mayor anu other mgmtanes a ....... ~ -- ' . ..... .... 12-ntatives Two other ~ " " I'-arishes to reach St Xavier Colleget In the DioceS ~ II mm~y aria .chammy. ~vly eyes were lrivea zrom ~ne ~aes ~n.~ a honey oee, l~ / - - " .... re ~e _ s t -i Y o* -' ~"nd a last restin- in the leg'mlatlve' 'the opening" o~ elwc" ' weeK. xg rep -~in time for the Mass after the usual'a little commU~* . opened and I could fully understand lhaving fin, ished its job of collecting Xlg / ............ s the t . l . , o~r eu~, ---~-. the Amerman" Catholics are golall the hone ............................. ossible mounts a little l graveyard of Montana were one pro-lsentea ~ne ~rs~ xerry vo c~u~ ~Sundav servicesin thole-n,~, I,,~rnoa Noe~-t~ the ' ""~ - ~ ~" ' hibitin the practice of vivisection, Mersey, instituted by the Benedm- churches . : eight priests to ~ d~" proud of Maryknollers.They havellnto the a~r and .then settles down to g _ ] ..... [ " [ .... to xeason to be." ttake the quickest way home. 'and another providing for a proclama- tines m ~zbz. , ' Plans for the student groupsfrom whom are an~ ~.