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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 10, 1930 PAGE SEVEN RN~][/" [the various classes will conduct a U~J|~ "prom" in the college gymnasium. ~/3t| • ll~#'~lrt ltT~tqllrotThis will appeal to the yonger set ~||L| ~|,~ L~U|~'and advance reports indicate a good v ltl~ltl response. This group will also con- I duct a popularity contest among the The Carnival. teachers at the college with a beau- will probably be the biggest itiful wrist watch as the prize. They R carnival ever held in aid of ldo say at the college that interest in [ ock College will be that on Ithis event is very keen and lively and ay, May 15th, at the college tthat the winner will surely have to s from 12 noon to l'nidnight'it-comm m.ake a good race to be declared the large and energetic /winner. lCh has been gathered together I Another contest, among the pastors ~ l~urpose of making this an-/of the various churches in the twin flair a success is the result of cities was started last week, and splendid spirit of co-operation Ishould be one of the most popular of le Pastors of the cities of Little I all" All of the pastors of the twin 'rand North Little Rock. In fact, !cities have entered this in a spirit of tslu the history of these annual I friendly rivalry, and unless all signs t'has such wonderfully helpful!fail, this will be the biggest contest been displayed by all concern- ever conducted. This contest will be ! the making of this event. The !in charge of the general committee ~tions representing the variousI The athletic meet will be in charge ~es have been large and enthu- of the Rev. Dr. Thomas L. Keany, Ic, the officers and members of!Dean of the colleue c°l~mittees have been live andt All in all this is going to be a big and the general spirit per-l carnival, and one which all the the meetings has been one of: ~ra and pep. t hal: man, John Sullivan, Grand ! of the local Council K. of C., ;retary of the local Aerie of , is full of enthusiasm. He :a ably assisted by his secre- .arty W. Elliott, an Alumnus college, and by Mr. Thomas L, who is acting as treasurer '-ommittee, and by a large and ~tic group of workers from tOUs parishes and societies. carnival will open promptly at Thurs~tay, May 15th. At 2 annual contests in which from the Catholic schools Orth Little Rock and Little Will hold forth. The races, al- ~iting and closely contested, - he spectators enjoyment *etter part of two hours. The I1 be: a fifty yard dash for s and boys in the Junior di- md for the boys and girls in or divisions; a sack race for ' classes, and the relay races. are always exciting and serve the spectators keyed up to pitch. he was entertained by the Rev. A. J. war. They don't like to undergo the Hamilton, LL. D., pastor of St. Mar- hardships of war, live for months in garet's Church of that city and an mud and filth, eating poor food, with~ Alumnus of the college. He also met out shelter and sometimes without with several members of the Alumni clothing." in his travels all of whom were deep- ly interested in the future growth 440-Mile Trek by Sled and success of their Alma Mater. Last week, Father Healy attended IS Made by Northland an important meeting at the Univer- Bishop to Catch Train sity of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and whi~e there was the guest of the Rev. ] Winnipeg, Canada, May 2. Reach- Thomas Walshe, pastor of St. Joseph's Church. ing Winnipeg after a 1,500-mile journey from Chesterfield Inlet, the The Rev. Lawrence O'Neil of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Arsene Turquetil, O. college facultyis recuperating at St. ~f. I., Vicar Apostolic of Hudson's i ' " V ncent s Infn'mary after a very suc- Bay, has recounted a remarkable cessful operation. The operation was story of a 440-mile trek in a dog successfully performed by Dr. W. F. sled, which he and his party made Smith, LL. D.,'an Alumnus of the to catch a train. college, assisted by Dr. H. W. Brown- Despite that the long journey is ing, also an Alumnus. believed here to have been the first Prof. E. N. Moreau, of the Re- of its kind ever made in winter, Bish- mance Language Department has op Turquetil appeared to be in the lately been honored by being elected best of physical condition, as he talk- president of the French Club of Lit- ed at the Juniorate of the Oblate fie Rock. Fathers in St. Boniface• The Bishop's 30 years in the Northland have hard- friends of the college will wish to at- ARMY CHAPLAIN'S ened him to its rigors. He is a na- tend. Keep the date in mind, Thurs- SMILE AT CLERIC'S day, May 15th, afternoon and eve- tive of France. ning, and then come out andenjoy , ATTACK ON SYSTEM Strange Dress and Food. • the fun. Corps Members Not Militarists, Telling of the equipment carried, Alumni. Chief's Reply to Assertion That Bishop Turquetil said that the dogs Several members of the Alumni As- Chaplaincies Are Unjustified..required one thousand pounds of sociation are very active in the work coarse meat on the journey, and that of preparing for the annual carnival (By N. C. W. C. News Service) there was one hundred pounds of in aid of the college while others are Washington, May 2. --- Although various kinds of provisions for the devoting their spare time to the cam- taking no official stand nor releasing three men who made up the party• "Our dress," he continued, "was the dress of the North. Caribou skins make the warmest of all cloth- testant Episcopal Church. Since the African Delegate . ttouse of Bishops clues not meet until Makes 5,000 Mile October, 1931, he does not expect it to become effective until that date• Trip in 50 Days Dr. E alsh Kartoum, Africa, April 24.---(N. C. W. C.-Fides.)---His Excellency the Delivers Invocation Most Rev. Arthur Hinsley, Apostolic As House Assembles Delegate to Africa, has astounded even veteran residents of the Anglo- Washington, May 3.----The Rev. Dr. l Egyptian Sudan by his recent jour Edmund A. Walsb, S. J., vice presi-They of o,000 miles in 50 days The dent of Georgetown University and exact distance covered xwas 4,996 president of the Catholic Near East miles, of which 1,869 miles were Welfa~'e Association, delivered the traveled by train, 1,843 by boat and invocation for the United States 1,284 by automobile. Much of the House of Representatives when it traveling was over roads in primitive convened this morning, condition. When Dr. Walsh had completed The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan is a the prayer, Nicholas Longworth, vast region in northeastern Africa, speaker of tt~e House, shook his hand extending from the Red Sea to and offered his congratulations. Dr. French Equatorial Africa and the Walsh then descended to the floor Belgian Congo, and from Ugunda to of the House, where approximately Egypt. The population totals 7,- a dozen members gathered around 000,000 distributed over 1,000,000 him to extend their felicitations, square miles, of which Catholics total The prayer delivered by Dr. Walsh approximately 25,000 under two is as follows: bishops and two Prefects Apostolic. 'Almighty a~ad Eternal Father, The priests of the Congregation of Creator of all "things, we pray con- the Sons of the Sacred Heart, Mis- tinuance of Thy sustaining favor so sionaries of Verona, are in charge. largely bestowed on them that, un- der Thee, didst erect on this conti- Catholic Gold •Star... nent a blessed haven for the oppress- Mothers Sailing In ed and persecuted of all climes. Grant, we beseech Thee, that neither 2nd and 3rd Groups the teeming bounties of the earth, nor the fruits of industry, nor the (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) gains of trade may ever obscure the Washington, May 2.--The second heavenly Giver thereof, nor blind our Gold Star pilgrimage, sailing May 13 eyes to the inner light of that endur- from New York on the U. S. S. Re- lucky person at the college carnival, practice of churches in supplying reports that his efforts are meeting priests, rabbis and ministers as chap- with great success and that a large lains in the Army and Navy, the number have displayed interest in Chaplains' Division of the Army was this particular work of the K. of C. said today by Col. J. E. Yates, Chief Sam Kirby is another member of of Army Chaplains, to have "smiled the Alumni who is working with the broadly" upon hearing that "there is advertising for the ~arnival. Sam no more justification for being a and Francis are also members of chaplain in the Army and Navy than teams which are engaged in the drive there is for being a chaplain in a for funds for the athletic program speak-easy•" of the college, and they have secured Colonel Yates was present in uni- fine results, form in the church the night that Dr. ing up there, and all of us were at- tired in garments made from these skins. Our sleeping sacks, with car- iboo blankets, protected us as we slept in the snow; without these skins it would be impossible to escape the deadly cold of the sub-Arctic. The snow knife of the Eskimos, that most necessary of all equipment up there, was our first thought. This is the knife, you know, with which the Es- kimos cut up snow into blocks for their igloos. It is the one thing which no northern traveler ever leaves be- hind. What is it like? Well, pic- ture a long butcher knife on a stick, ing truth and eternal purpose which all creation moves. "Save us forever from the depths of spiritual degradation to which men and nations sink who wantonly spurn Thy Law and ignore Thy Revelation. Power and wealth and lengths of days are from Thy hand and to that same Tribunal must be rendered back for judgment. Teach us 1or Thou alone canst teach us how Liberty within Law does best emancipate; how Justice above forc~ worketl~ unto a peaceful earth and how temporal power is best measured by its degree of service to to public, will carry 154 pilgrims, among whom will be many Catholics. The pilgrims will constitute five cemeter- ial parties, namely: The Somme Group, Flanders Field Group, Meuse- Argonne Group, Suresnes Group and Oisne-Aisne Group. The Third Pilgrimage sails the next day, May 14, on the U. S. S. Hard- ing'. Jt likewise has its quota of Catholic mothers. Minister and Rabbi Honor Newly Made • Monsignor in South beautiful silver prizes Bernard Randolph, president of the Ainslee delivered his attack on the and you have it." the common good of human kind. ir .... • • " " " .... d by Mr..Sam K by, Alumm Assocmtmn, Is a member of acquiescence of Christian churches in While saying that the trip itself .ypon the Preslde~t of the. Re: (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) -* tat advertmmg comml~-the committee from St. Patrick's the service of their clergymen with was uneventful, Bishop Turquetil did puonc, .as_ upon an o~ner appointee Jackson, Miss., May 2.---Following .awarded to the boys and Parish which has been attending all the military and naval forces of the reveal that a camera the party car- agents of the people here and a Pontifical High Mass here for the ~lons securing the largestthe meetings of the carnival commit- United States. Dr. Jason Nobl~ tied was frozen solid by the intense wherever gathered m. dmcharge.oI official elevation of the Rev. Patrick :~ Points, and there will also tee, and 'tie is one of the most en- Pierce, pastor of the Congregational cold, and that the glare of the ice af- public [rus~, We revoke zne saw ng O'Reilly, pastor of St. Peter's ~ oth • • • .... " ..... er prizes thin year for thusmst]c members of that commit- church in which Dr. Ainslee snoke io fected their eyes pretty badly. ~gnt o~ :zny counzenance and zne Church, to the rank of Domestic ex~"mng stars of the mee~.tee as.well as being an enthusiast, for an ex-army cha~lain~ and Trot~-~ ~o'- z,,~~': supporz oz .lnY grace, ~ . Prelate, among the guests and speak- zPected that several hundred all things that affect h~s Alma Ma- well-known Baltimore clergyman ast- 1~/!:,~.*.i~.~.~. ~.~.-,~ ,~.~"A blessing we beseech of Thee m ers at a banquet were the Rev. Wal- will take art in the athletic .... lv~a~ao~s o ~w~xs~ • . , • P ter. ing for an choler- for wh-~ ~- ....... -- • . the name of H~m Whom Thou d~dst ter Capers, rector of St. Andrew s Y Bernard Hemze and Harry Chert sidered a discourtes,, to hi .... __ Case Leads l plscopal send, Jesus Christ, our Savmur. Episcopal Church, and Rabbi Meyer Ped a " , J Ill~t~llD.~ • ,, " . bout the grounds willare others who have been w~th the Amen Lowtt of the T m -. host to the minister that nigh* Pre| { e Oul • • , e pie Beth Isreal, ~r~ous booths to attract the general commit~he at all times in the Ainslee i- ~: ............ ~,'" ............. ~" ....... both prominent residents .v~b Yers • • . . p Y a~ ne was -- ~-~.- of novelties and useful interest of the carmval Harry ~s unaware th • • son .. , .... • . at Dr. Pierce had been so (By N. C. W. C. News Service,) 2,000 Sisters Given :. : ~ne secretary o~ ~ne general corn- e • * , x ne consecrat" ' ~'80 t- ~ ' ................ ngaged during the war, that h~ did l Lexington, Ky., May 2---The re- ~I .....| IT.l---~L ....... mg prelate was the • o # o CLOCg, ~ne home mi~ee, wnim ~ernaru is ~ne zreas- not' kn---- r,^~__ , ~ ............ " ..’ • t.J~.~l~tl It" lllll OllL~l~lllg Rt Rev R 0 Gero--- ~'-'-'- - olln..e~ -,. - -1 - ~ ....• ..H .. .~ ,r t~w wulonel xa~es was present,, Iusat O1: 151shop it. 1% Almon At)DOt, ~.. ..~ _ !.. ° . . __ ' • • • w, omnop OI ~1J ~" Wlll oe serveu in uler o$ ~ne 2klumnl 2r~nleue uomml~ Natchez The c all, the colle-e dinin~ room " ~ ' - ........ -or that the Daughters of the Ameri-]Episcopal Bishop of the Lexington l:iyL:athollc Alumnae, . . eremonies began with s zee ior~ne campaign ~r w e • dm a procession t rom the rector com- . " .... can Revolutmn were in c v " " " ce r out t Is . . . on entlon m se to car y he re uest of Y, ..: Usually the case, a large Smith, chairman of the athletic corn- Washin..~ ............. '. .... ql ....... . ~ .... posed of visitin~ nr;o~+~ ill r,..u . •.. ~ ..... . ...... S~---a~ ~na~ time. rtefle-I an eeclesias~;ical cour~~o aamonisn~ ±~ew ]CORK, ±vtay z.--lwo ~nousana~ o ~ ....... s~-er fluting ~nese nour~ mi~ee cam ai n ann a~nle~lc corn- • . . . __ e ,,; ............ P .g . clared thatff he had known those the Roy. Juhus Velasco, Dayton, Ky., Cathohc S~sters, many of whom had] • ,,her man anu ~rom a~- m~ee as Well ]S one o~ the most en- thin s he • MEXICAN HIERAR POrts to:- -'~ .^ u^ .~.^ r..o, ............ g would not have allowed pastor, treed on charges preferred by lnever seen nor heard a talking me-I CHY , .~ ~ ~u ~ ~,,~ ~o~ l~nuslas~lc memoers o~ ~ne /~_lumnl. himself to ut " " ~ SUPPORTS MOTHER ' ~Ver served at a like affair .......... ~-se ter h~s strictures against]the Bishop in connectmn with the tion picture, were guests recently of S •~ne ~oc~or nas successfully p'o - the mi" • , I 0nlas ....... . ........ htary and naval ehaplaincylmlnisters recent marriage to a Cath-,Harry M Warner, president of War I DAY CELEBRATION ,.~ ~ew~on, presmen~ ox cu~ed ~ne xinanciai campaign m ale system / ............. I ... ~,'. .... -I ,ms~^: .......... - ............. • ' one; the resignation oi zne ~mnop ner ~ro~ners r'lc~ures, Inc. at the -'------ ' .... e~a biu~ wm oe m ~- ox ~ne a~me~ic assocm~mn anu ms en- .. ....... [. ] , , ] .~. _ .* 'ge wiχl~ a~:~ ~....... o,,,~h ........ ~-nap~a]ns, ~lot Militarists Ixrom the episcopacy, and the subse-! company s new Hollywood Theatre ~y N. C, W C News Service • - ~- ,,~ ~'~-~-~ "~-, ~nuslasm ana pep nave communlca~eu "D~, ~;-~__ ,, ,~ • , ..... / ....... .. I - ~ • - • . " " "" o~ the ~--~ ---:-~ *---~v ............ • +h.... ,, ~.-. ~-,.~ee, Wolonei gates sa~d, lquen~ expressmn o~ mmgna~mn at nere,xor a specialshowing of the Mexico City, May 1 Practicall. dr ~tuu, a~*~b~u uy ~v - itself ~o ~ne memoers u. ~.~ ..... - expressed his disa reval "this a " " J ." " ,, " •,, "--- Y ed ladm~ ~'~om the ctiff~r- ...;,+~. ,,o..^..,,, r,_~.~ ;~ ~,~fho, P of clergy-/ etlon on the part of ecclesms-George A~l~ss picture, Dlsraeh. -p -* .~ .................. ,aes of the city ...h. ;o ,,,,o,, ~u χh~ +;,~ ;. χho in . b -..8 v~ct bll~ bop in war ~lmes'wcat Juoges wno sal~ in zne ~rlal, are -The perIormances xor the Sisters, ~: ...... . . ......... .. .......... ~ ................. "and otherwise artici a i " the 1 . . . m~rarcny nave mmca~eo ~ne]r inten- ~h the "en ..... -'*-- -* th- lo ........... .,, _..~_ . P p t ng m the, crest developments m thin un- who are members of the commum- . . . s ~zo~y ,z ~ - eeres~ ox ~ne co~zege. ~. ~ ~n’ militar " " • • ~ion o~ co " " " , e~l K. of C a Coneland Elec- ~h .... h .... +~. ,~,,oh i,,t~r~*t in . Y act~wtles of the army. As a lUsual case here. The Dayton clergy- tins conducting the Catholic schools -operating ]n Mexico s ob- 'igerator has h~'o.n donated +h='~:,~'~=:o:::[,'~l"~',~-~ll"~rh=nrl~" matt.er of fact, no chaplain, with a man married Miss Catherine Rogers and convents and hospitals of Great- servance of Mothers' Day. As a part b~ awarded to- ..... some lucK" .......... ~ ..................... cc ss -possible exception or two.. o~oes 'over l early in the .year. the ceremonv being er New York, was arranged by and of the celebration there will be stud u~: Y ing to assure its su e . the to-' or "" " t " ' " "~ " ring the evenin~ the draw Tyler Carnival q~Iotes . p, carr~s nrearms. He lper~ormed by a Catholic priest, held under, the auspices of the In- in every Mexican church a re uiem tke -, ~, - e ~ ." , bears his miltary rank, but his .rime l The Bisho~ ehar~ed his subordinate ternational Federation of a o1" Mass f , . q mace at 10:30. The lunch committee xor ~ne ~ooth s ............ - t . _ o C th lC, ot deceased mothers. ~rick,s ........ ~--~..., ---~: ....... ~ ~^ :~ *~^ oval durin- *h~ ..erwce ~s spiritual mlnlstratmn tolw~th breaking his pre-ordination vow Alurfinae t The Rt Rev Asneitia v P~! ...... " lth one ^* -~- ,-" ............ carnival announce the followin,, ~.:~,oo;u,~,s. xnere nave been easeslm contracting the marriage, and also During a brief intermission be-IBishop of Tepic. in nromisin~ h;: rs ever seen, win'" nave" g'~cnargeP worke~-'~: Mr-u. L, H, Clawson, chair- x' ~nngn~lngt .chaplains' but very ...... few. ]asserted he was guilty of conduct un- tw.een the showing of short subjects co-operation in furtherm" g part'eipa-~ Old hat instance, Dr Amslee at becoming a mmmter The court held and the feature mture Mr Albert]tmn of Cathoh , ~_ drink and ice cream I man; Mrs. J. P. Kleinegger, Mrs. ,..~.^. ...... " ~ "t.. " P , • "us in the Mothers Day That it ~;1~ h .... a;~ .... ~ I C.~arc,~ ~.~ M~ Thomas Powers :~,,~u ~.ne metnoos of the Army andl~nat the marriage did not break the S. Howson, head of the scenario de- observance said. s ~ ~ - ............ ~ ~--~-12-~- -~ -::----~, -'~.. ~ .. .. , ~avy unaplains, although, otherwis~,,lminister,s pledge, but decided that partment of Warner Brothers Inc. "It is m lan • oregone conclusmn for I iVlrs. ,# ±weenan, ~u~ss dosepmne flu- h .... ~ ........... m .... ] , , ,) Y p to popularize the • , • .,~ ~,,,,~u ms criticism to th'e s on- ~ne ~ev. Velasc 1 welcomed th Patrick's peonle are a live !jarski and Mrs. Tim Benton .....u; ......... P ] . _ o shou d be admomsh- ] e Szsters, and Carl E. lcelebrah°n not only in the capital l ~ o.~p oi lnllll~arcna i eu I or ] d tt ................ • ....... Y p aincies onI "ssuing defamatory statements IMilliken, former Governor of Maine, of the dioces but also m the o hey Will make anyzningi ~nls committee has so~)cl~et~ ano χh.... * ^~ ~ -~- • .. • - • . . l e • " ther Y u " ] ........... ~,,~ p~ u~ ~ne tsnr~s~mn churches" la~out h~s Bishop Bishop Almon Ab-lana secretary of the Motion Picture'towns and v ndertake to do a suc- secureu prae~maily air oz cne maze- r,^~..~ V ....... ". ]1-.~. " I-- , . _ - l fllages where Mass will ~ey also have several other rial which will be served at their ,~wv,~ ~a~es Iur~ne~ oeclarea ~-~ was to administer the censure. Proaucers and Distributors of Amer-Ibe ,celebrated as a part of the Moth- in which they will be in booth, and in addition to that they ~h:t Dr..Amslee had ,mixed his The.Bishop, in refusing to censurelica, Inc., brought a greeting from le,s Day program.". ~ll .~ ........... ':1 ...... :.._ : .... ' ........... ms when re~erring to w"ar andlthe minister, declared that'underlthe picture industry. ( The co-oneration n’ ,+h~, ~;~h,,,~ v~ WhiCh Wlll a~rac~ ana ~-~ ,~,ve .~ ~’dlllng ~lCKe~s xor ~ne the "a " • " • . " ......... *~-~'~ ~e e )su er T" " ...... rmy. The Army Chaplain]thec~rcumstances ~t wouldbe ab-I Kathleen Norms, noted Catholic l~s favorabl g neral fun of the eve- I pp ". ne las~ repor~ was ~nat ~n ~'- ........ - • l y commented upon b Ex- , ................. .e.y .~m~x ueclarea ~nat the minister used lSUrd to admonish him." t novehst, and Mrs. Thomas A. Me-Icelsi°r and other daily paper[ of °~nsel It:: ::ppe:VeS:Z ::::;d~ ~lCKe~s ~0 both words interchangeably when ex-I The Rev. Franklin Davis, of Dan-I Goldrick, chairman of the Motion Mexico City. Parish, with Mrs. Al/~ ' • pressing his opposition to war "[ville, K residin officer andIPicture Bureau of . ~a chairman, will have the The Athletic Campalgn , • Y., p g . the I. F. C. A., who I --- ,, . . • ,, Can t Outlaw Army /spokesman of the Church judicial/presided, also spoke. Mrs. Norris,Rt~LIGIOUS GOODWILL ~a~^ !twill.probably be theL Tl)e ~nal meeting of_the comml!_- I~ !l lay be all right to outlaw]body, declared that he and his fellow/praised as valuable, work of the Fed- " DINNER FOR SEATTLE .~ ~at)le ever constructed ~ee An cnarg~ u~ .~ne campaign ~or war h ,, " " -'eration' ' " • • " " " " " - • " " " " , ibed~ d a dinner to b direction of Mrs Lensin~ and final action will be taken in the sivewarf .......... • |.~ .............. ~ ...... j .... e held here May 1~_ .. • ,, . a,c an~ usea them in~er-/=u va ~ne evlaence ouE was ~ne result ~ne new uoae xor tne rouuc~ion o~ 1~ ~o oiscuss wa . l:S~:lnlYr:ltlc:e=it~lelem::t~ cm::ti:g O:e::Curlng the coach for the :hr:ng::bfilYt also. All Army chaplains/Of,sympathy or sentiment." motion pictures recentlPy adopted byt thering a movZ:n~d d:ae~:;e~ fUbry t , • . P ~s, l~one of them wants| We have not made, and we refuse the directors of the Association of Seattle me • • • • cave excellent results "n Closing Program. war ,, ..... *~ ....... t. .......... 1 n of all ~ehgmus behefs abnlati ..... .1 Arran-em-nts are bein- mad^ ~ ..... a:.~ ...... ~uan ~oes /Jr. ~ms~ee.l~v ma~e any apology for that ver- wmcn ne ~s an offmer as "the latest to promote a more cordial oodwil r" ng oI receipts The ~ ~ s ~ ~- ~u~ ~ney are o o azct " ,, g l laari.~ _. ..... • . ~ ......~, ...~...+; ....... ;~,..~ ^~ ....... Pp sed to aggressivel.~ , the Rev. Mr. Davis said. The step )n the orderly development of,among members of different relig'lous Y b:o~tW]ll nave cnarge o.~ ~h~ ~,,;,;,~, ~fich"wYll ~held~°~=~ war, nor,~e~enslve war. )l~snop informed us that he would the motion picture industry to the groups. rs M ~n. a na .~ne .ranch ..=rC:~e~ehu:~da.. June ~th on ~:hs -- - Talk, Says Priest ]not descend to the innocuous proceed- end that its product shall be marked [ The keynot~ address of the dinner • • d ~arrlson Wlll oe ~ ~, , ~ T " • • of -- • ........ he Rev. Walter Donaghue, Catho Img of a reprimand. The latter ref- by good taste and the best standards will be dehvered , ~ne former while Mrs oval as nas oeen ~ne custom ~neseli- r,~. ......... "~ .............. I by Dr. Lyle Spen- ...... , .~ • , ~ ,~-apmm a~acned to the office oflerence was ~o a sentence oz aomoni- o~ ar~ an ~en~er~ainmen~ "" t cer ~reo;a~-, ^e ,~_ ,, .... • ~ asslsl;eu Dy ~lrs. Klein-many years, the d;,,;~'^-- -'-- ~ ..... I,:^_ _, .......... - " [ _ z ' ~: ~,,,~,,~ u~ ~ue university oi Mrs T R ~.+^- ..-,,i ^ .......... ,:-- * ....... b., + .... .::~,~- ,a .Washington, declared)~ .... .W.nlcn ne was ChUte upon ny ~ne _ ~ Washington The Jewish Brother- . • --. .,~,,~**~,,,.,t~ ,~*t~. ~ p~tulgi~stt c~ttt.g .t.u#. ,~, wcc .... uuuy ~nat ]Jr " ' courl; tO ..... " " _:'- ~ne latter. The xmh i events and fest~wt~es preceumg the "just talk". I:sco for 'defamatnrv rarnarka' nhnn~ =,.~ n+*^ r,e the hosts at the droner, .~ .. ...... ] ...... • Amslee.s attacks were aenver to the Rev. Mr. Vel- Vahcan W~reless lnaugurahon hoods will b .... • '~of~ice will be in charge commencement exercises is being ~re "Noth; ......... I,h ........ -~,-: ..... - .:------:-- :" .... ~, ............... ='.~ _~ ~reen~aum, well known .- - ~ - " ..... s ~- come ol it I i I~''~ p~wa~e. ~nlS was ~ne only ~narge r, ome, ~prll zo.---Accorcllng tO a ~eattle merchant will d ~P ~rom Good Counsel pared and will be issued shortly, foolishness', . ,, • ~ s a ain . ,] , ehver the ad a , he sa~d. We need an[~ g st the rector to be sustair~ed by story published in the Gmrnale d Idress of welcome. Judge Charles P. • J Faculty. rmy. What do you think would ha~ |the court. Italia the wireless station in Vatican M.oriar " . , booth will be conductedThe Rev John J Healy, Registrar pen in o~,;~ _.. : . ~'/ u:_~ ........... r, ............... t ty will be the presiding chaiv- • ~ , • • -~,--a, ~ we removea our/ o,mmp e.lmon AonO~t yes~eraay ~l~y, lnsz~tlle(l un(ter ~ne ~11rectlon o:t man• . "~onnell from the Cathe-I of the college,, returned last month Army, or in the Philippines9 In the [asserted that "four-fifths of the die-' Signor l~arconi, will be inaugurated Th assisted by a large corn- from an extended trip through the latter you w^..~ ,- -- " ^. Ices ......... ~°-- v___ .....:~ ........ e movement, the purpose of I ............... ~ ~u,u nave a ~oro t:nris-~ ,, ~ up m arms oecaus~ o~ ~ne oun~ ~ w~a a message zrom rope Iwnlca is given as 'goodwill among, ~or~n anu ~:as~ in ~ne in~eres~ o~ ~ne rian war It is court' • • ,, .... ~ s • I • the arm,, that mai- I s decmmn Plus XI to all Sovereigns. The sta- Catho" , . ~o midnight, the college collegeDurin his trip Father thins w . ,,- . , • . ~ ..... ] hcs, Jews and Protestants, m ] • g hat peace there is in those]The Bishop s remgnatmn m in the tlon ~s scheduled also on that day to not another endea .... - of Prof. Ralph Me-~Healy visited many cities, among countries , /hands of th~ i~+ Ro. ~^~ n^_.^~ exchan-e m.......... -.~ .~ ....... ,, .. ,, vet to effect reh- oy the teachers of which was Brockton, Mass, where "Cha la~ , 'Pc | ~, t, • . P "ns don t want to go to( rry, Presiding Bishop of the Pro- casting stations at Tokio and Alaska sors ............ -