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Notre 1.)m~( University, died herellOPE--Mass on the first and third this week in his 71st year. after be- Sundays of the month at 7:30 and inla" in ill health since last Novem- 1I:00 respectively. bel'. HELENA, St. Mary'.s Church-- Mr. t:h'een who was a prominent Masses on Sunday at q':30 and 10:00 member of the Indiana llar Associa- ~t. In. I own life. The holy league which he 'l'tw volume is edited by the, Rex'. * Information has reached the N. C. ~ formed crushed the Turks at the hal- Dr. John A. O'Brien. chaplain of the{w. C. that four American prelates tle of Lel)anto in 1571 and saved Catholic students at the University !, reached Canton last Tuesday from Christendom from the infidels. of Illinois, and carries a prefa, ce bY]Kiangsi, the province in which Kan-I Tuesday, May 6.--St. John Before the Rt. Rev. Francis C. Kelley, D. l).,{chow, i~ situated "rod which has lyre-{th Latin Gate. This feast secves to bishop of Oklahoma. i viously been reported as a hotbed of ~ecat~ to the faithful how when St. tion, was born in Terre tlaute, Feb- Approximately 10,000,000 people,I radical aml brigand armed parties , 'ioonn was plunged into a caldron of ruary 13, 1859, of Irish parentage, HOT SPRINGS, St. Mary's Church or about 60 per cent of the entire These priests are Fathers Francis ...... t~omng on at the command of the I,ut has been a resident of t/'ort Wayde --Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and population of this country, are un- Moerhinger, ,lohn E. McLaughlin, Ed-~Emperor. Domiti.m, the seething for the past 67 years, lie was edu- 10:80 a. m., on holidays of obliga- affiliated in an active manner with ward J, Young and ,l. Francis Flaher- liqvid seemed to him only an invig., c.ted at his pari::h sob.ool conduc/:ed tion fl[ 7:30 3,118 9:00 a. II1. a~Y church, yet the average of Cath ty, atl of the Vincm~tian Order. Their oratit~g bath. After this miracul.us Iby the Brothers of the t!o1.,,, Ghost otic converts represents less than two arriwd in Canton is confirmed in ires(ue the Saint was })anished tes the [in 'l'erre ttaute, and lator received HOXIE, Mary Immaculate Church per priest each year. idi,~l)alches to the Slate Iiepartrnent. 'little island of l'atnios, ibis F, achelor alld Master of Arts de- ---Masses on the filst and ihird Sun- "While we have established a num-; The State t)eDartm,mYs x:td~a:,am~.! at 10:30 a. rn.--on the second bet of institutiong to prepare riests~ ~ 2 . t Wednesday, May 7.--St. 8tanislaus, igrees it Notre 1)ame in 1877. P ,,~f'm Douglas Jenkins, Consul Gen- Bishop of Cracow. In order to re- Ile was president of the Indiana and fourth Sundays at 7:00 a. m. and religious workers for the foreign ieral at Canton, says that refugees, fute slanders against his hone 'Bar Assc elation for one misMon fields, schooling them care-ifrc IN THREE DAY S:m Francisco, April ;memorating the recent i of Blessed Don Bosco, P~ of the Salesian Or(iel', !olios are planning to hold a i celebration .beginning ',announved today by the l Orestes Trinchieri, iOrder in the West and l l'eh!r and Paul's Church. Prelates who will i tieipate in the Pontifical linch:de the Most Rev. Hanna, Archbishop of san the Rt. Rev. a. B. of Fresno, the Rt. Rev. John' was town where ' missionary experience Fatha received by f, ho Den~,'tmavY ~h~, ;~tx~ he died in the .year .a.q.n. LIVERPOflL ~g~,tt~l,A~Y HIGH SCHOOL gro district of Chicago; Father Duf- it is related, had mutinied and disap- fy in tho sparsely settled territory peared from the city, and the remain- of Wyoming; Father Scott in the ing soldiers, not having .been paid congestion of New York City; Father for five months,- were restive. Dunne in the typical small city; Da- It also is reported that telegraph rid Goldstein preaching from his wires to Kanehow seem to have been tovan to crowds on the streets in cut and the city's communication with hundreds of cities from Boston to the outside thus destroyed. +. all a Memorial mug be la~ ing. The Guardian Memoria~ s~ Monahan's guarante~ by a eertlflea~ that th~, are l~m~t and u,+-t~nl. See beautiful de.irma h~r~ MONAH.AN & SON 41%-414 W. Markham ~