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 -- THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920. o PAGE FIVI rerso .iFo V oe ............................... lPxv=lzx&apos; l'J Alak3 Iside altars" i-'A- ]----rlI OPPELO.-- "=: Books =or.' ,e oupta=y ,o=:='' ," of Interest ....... ] _-_ which fell butterfly-like from the } Confirmation and Dedication of SL sanctury lamp and ended in graceful FMw ard Hines has in the following let- claims to be recognized in the for his generosity, and, the spirit which prompted r: April 26th, 1920. Rev. George W. Mundelein, Archbishop of Chicago, North State Street, Chicago, years ago 1 was present at the of a new building for University in this city. The been given by our friend, Michael Cudahy, who had ) much for Chicago and her The presentation of the ;>was made with a splendi Mr. Cudahy's son, Joseph. impressed with the whole that the thought came into that, some day, the pleasure given me that Mr. Cudahy on that occasion, viz.--o own son make the pre- of a buihling erected for the the people of this city and short time after, I put part of my possessions eldest son, Edward, so that at manhood he could Mr. Cudahy's son had done. His infinite wisdom, called Himself before my plans entirely carried out. The of his going were sad me, yet God was goad Elizabeth's Church. Your Grace, will be a credit not only to the Catholic people of the Archdio- TS.c congregation ot Oppelo, St. cese but a benefit to Chicago and to Elizabeth's Church, April 26th, had all of the Central West. Sincerely yours, (Signed) Edward Hines. J. J. Milburn, the new editor of "The Tablet," pub- lished in Lend.on, gives promise to keep up the fine traditions of Smeak Cox, who recently resigned. In the May number he has a very thought- ful leading article on "The Popular Party in Italy." Rev. Father Kent, O. C., who writes the interesting and schol- arly "Literary Notes" in "The Tab- let," points out in some timely and thoughtful paragraphs that whilst :bigotry is dying in England it is not yet dead, and he cites the frequency with which such wrds as "Jesuit" and " Priestcraft" are used in a sin- ister sense. ample opportunity of manifesi:ing I their love and devotion to their Bishop, : Rt. Rev. John B. Morris, D. D., when despite of bad 'oads after a imavy rainfall on Sunday night, two autos with Mr. Fly Nagel, Mr. Ernst Rehm and Mr. Gebhards' surrey starttd out for Morrilton to meet His Lordship and secretary, Rev. H. H. Wernke Rev. Mauls Rohner, O. S. B., Rev. H. J.. Goebel, C. S. Sp., Rev. P. Zeil C. S. Sp., Rev. Fronus Baumgartner, C. S. Sp., and the pastor, Father Fran- cis, O. S. B. His Lordship haft been epected at an earlier houl, aough on account of -ome machine troubles there was au lo'.:r's delay. On account 9f this delay Rev. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B., aml Rev. P Zell, C. S. Sp., preferred to ride in Mr. Gebhard's surrey. Reception Cavalcade. A troup of horsemen tact the ma- This ready acceptance of genera! chines at the corner of tim church charges is a proof that "The Protest- road to escort His Lordship to the ant Tradition" which Newman at- church. The entire cengregation were tacked so cleverly in his "Iectures on lined up in front (;f the old church to the Present Position of Catholics in greet and welcome their Chief Pastor. England," has not yet wholly dis- Dedicaiion of Church. appeared. If one'had to write about At 10:30 the St. Elizabcth's Church conditions in the United States he was blessed by Hi+ I.ordship This would be constrained to say that the church its congregation baflt to re- same tendency prevails in this coun- place the old one no longer in a fitting condition, as a livin mcnmrial, for try. the sacrifice of time and money Jf Frederick J. Kinsman, these generous characters in the no- take him in the way that who resigned the Episeonalian See of blest acceptation of the term. They set would have chosen, in the Delaware to become a -Catholic has an excellent example for every con- his country that he loved mary quotable passages in the book gregation proving' what the resultant ...........  his is when unity and harmony ripen He is dead and m wnicn ne gives ne sory o . i we all low. ' ........ om Proud in the very sense of the word + -,,l -i his first reat converse'on, nu ew wnlcn can c - " , ) se ,,i ..... " .  . , . .... ,,,-,. the people of St Elizabeth s Church he +;-,e'has come part with tins or orgmaJty: x=ro- mares T ....... , ...... can be as there is not a cen of debt . , it should be ltestant Epscopanans mus cnoose o- " least a+ of . . . left. P tween then" adjective and thew noun, . ....... " """ i choice the" make in Solemn tign tuass. .... an([ Wnlcncvc " Y - , It thought was, to begin us- ..... s to the At 11 o clock there was olemn lhgh , ...... _ -. #^. [ VOlVeS menl;al reservauons a trd mone fo'" a hom r. " ......... Mass, coram Lpiscopo, the Rev. Father be :s , wYorkin ills; per.]other half of thmr officml t;te., l was Baumgartner, C. S. Sp., bdip.g cele- . # "" . . , - )one of ths<' who stuck o tne nounlb .... + o,, wch,, o.,0o c " , l. But through tne Asso- " If ..... ' ..... " ., -. .-v, ' and let the adaecttve shift for tse . " ............... - ........ Your Grace [. . .. [and Rev Father Wernke acted as !]t;t;th:::'uch buildings Inethinks:hatt::;li:amU:he;n;Ichapl uns, to the Bishop: .... ' else. ........ A :;'u+ure' " "" 'v':h:d!?[:be;i:e/ Tilcnmg warns ' t"snP" ?iic:i:P!?ti::!Y:! ;!';:t::iiii]sfhia:i':!ii:: r ',i!sie! H:'nioaH]iinLindPhrg :am::ken igo claims of a few, Protestants. imme can accomplis.h He raised the Kelley, w veil of his youth,'giving us an insigit festoons which were caught to white pedestals on each side of the altar. A white priedieu was used by the bride and groom during the ceremony. Messrs. John C. O'Dwyer, Frank Slimcr and Tom Webber acted as ush- ers. Prior to the nuptial ceremony Miss Gertrude Lavelle sang beauti- fully "All For You," by Guy D'Harde- lot, and at its conclusion Mrs. John C. O'Dwyer played the wedding march from Lohengrin, to w,hich the bridal party entered. Miss Ka;hleen Cassidy in brown georgette crepe with accordion pleated ffles, wearing a hat to match and carrying a French bouquet of sweet peas came first. Miss Cassidy was followed by the bride, who came in with her father, Mr. Cassidy, and was met at the altar We are all war weary and many of us becam so war read during those four years of awful conflict that a book bearing a title with even the semblance of war is apt to be put aside; but not Philip Gibbs. He gives us the inner aspect, the soul motives, the psychological insight, and he gives it all with a fearlessness, "without ex- aggeration, or emphasis, so out of their confusion, even out of their con- tradiction, the real-truth of the adven- "The Nature of a Battle," "A Winter of Discontent," "The Heart of a City," and we learn "Psychology of the Somme," such psychology as men prac- ticed when laughter had to overcome fear and gruesome details had to be forgotten by seeming polity. There ' are unforgetable pictures throughout such pictures as Mr. (,ibbs alone knows how to give. In that winter of discontent when feel- ing ran high and privations were many, he spares no details of the life turn might be seen as it touched the that was led, not even those that Cell souls of men." how "ghe base counterfeit of love was The weaknesses as well as the given in return for a few francs. strength of the commanders is given, l,,They paid in their bodies, if not iu and given in that frankness which pre- lheii' souls, those boys of ours wh vented many of these statements from  loved life anti beauty, and lived in faith passing the censor during the war. land shell fire and were trained to kill, "No general of imptessive personality by the groom, who was attended by appear on the Western front until Foch Will O'Dwyer as best man, whence obtained the supreme command.." He they took their places before Rev Dr " says Sir John I rench had a touch of Clarendon. I that personal power on the retreat The bride wore a handsome suit of  ,=__ ,..,  ^, :, : n^. I/ram l1OIlt, UUb |1 IU ll+. tt au- tricotine in blue with touches of rose,/ ........... ,-. ...... -:= --..-, las rlalg nan qualifies wlt,t .mtl,ttt, her hat and shoes were in shades oflhav e raised him to the supreme brown She earned a bouquet of " , I heighth of personal influence.among rests showered with seet peas. the armies, but for lack of the magic The music for the Mass was played ltouch and the tragic condition of his by Mrs. D. C. Harrington, who waSleommand,, assisted by the choir, and the beau(i- " . . . ful "Ave Stella Marls" was sung by We meet them all m their fanares, vli Kgthe.ino Bann and Geor,elin their shortcomings and we follow ............ s imm through the "School of Courage," Lansdale and R. J. O'Dwyer. and knew that death was hunting for them and had all the odds of luck." IIe makes us pause for awhile and I Ponder over "For What Did Men Die ?" The ideals that led men of warring na- tions to kill one another year after year in those fields of slaughter and the effects leave us with no clear line of thought or donviction; it only leaves us with the same hatred that wells within the soul of Mr. Gibbs such a haired of war and its frightful earn- l age tha we will seek the beauty of [God's truth somdhow remembering the boys who (lie too soon." C. Mrs. O'Dwyer played the Mendels- sohn march for recessional. After the Mass a handsomely ap- pointed wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cassidy. Following the breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Lambeth departed for visits in Kansas City and other points. On their return they will begin house- keeping in pretty apartments on Fifth and Hazel streets. I Both young people are very popular I in a wide circle of friends and the I wedding was a very interesting event] to many here. EORT SMITH. St. Boniface's Parish, 'l'he pupils of St. Boniface School will have their entertainment and com- mencement exercises at 8 p. m., May 28th. Fifteen pupils are expected to finish the eighth grade, viz.: Roy DISABLED SOLDIERS HAVE NEW BUILDING Additional Catholic Quarters of Ca- tholic University Grounds Will Ac- commodate Seventy More Men. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, D. C. May .--With the completion of the three-sleD, buihling erected on the grounds of the Catholic University by the Na- tional Catholic War Council at a cost of more than $120,000, the Rehabili- tation School conducted by the Council in co-operation with the Federal Board for Vocational Training is now able to provide accommodations for 130 disabled soldiers. The new build- ing will house 70 of these. 'the re- mainder will be quartered in St. Thomas Hall, a dormitory of the Uni- versity, which the school has occu= pied since its establishment last lay. boards for the vocational training of disabled men, and recommended tha the American Legion be represented on the boards. PROTESTANT PROPAGANDA Americanization of American Indians The Very Limit of Slander and Falsehood. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, Ma: '.--Charges that Catholics started the world war and statements that Protestants won the war and that the Protestant church is the only one that will survive in America are being made among the Sioux Indians and other mission tribes, according to information e- ceived here by the Right Rev. Mon- signor William H. Ketcham, director of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. regarding your edu-I spoke to me o fa pro- f SHRINE SITE TO BE BLESSEI) into the domestic concerns of his home. York, Lucy Alford, John Verfurth, ihad conceived .of consolidat-] tnstitutions for higher edu- Apostolic Delegate Will Officiate in  the ultimate object of i Out-door Ceremony of Blessing. i, in this city a great Ca(h- I 1,000 K. of C. to Attend. This immediately in-i . , . . .  - . a It nuifindu th:he 'D: s (wB:shNngCnWM:; NLlhST;::tlic o P .. " ] Delegate Archbishop Bonzano will  solidly before proceeding o Some of these De [ bless the site of the National Shrine - of the Immaculate Conception on Sun- He told how dear parents had led busy life, but they still :found time [[u pray and to instruct their :hihhen in religious matters, as they seldom had church sewices during' the year on account of the distance. The home's ground work was the love and fear of God; it was surrounded by an atmosphere of virtue and to its members it was the holiest and dear- a William Gisler, William Kramer, Esther Graham, John Bernsten, Vero- nica Sterier, , Otto Woestman, Julia Coddington, Bernard Heinrichs, Math- ew Steicrt, Theresa Bender, Josdph Hassler and William Kramer. Program. You have ah'eady taken in I, May 16, and if the weather is est spot on earth. The little library 'marked success. I favorable, celebrate mass on the spot was adorned with good religious of all, however, is the one lupon which will be reared the magnifi- books and other reading matter for es our attention; namely ........ t church " -ivinit De art Icen nign mar of ne grea " paslime. His dear parents allowed g of the D Y. P'- -/More than a thousand I.(nights of within its sacred precincl no bad !,the Faculties of Ph!osophYlColumbu s of New York and vicinity books or paper, as good books and logy. Inasmuch ts the edU-lwil I come to Washington to attend the good papers are doing God's work in 'our future professo;s, o;]ceremony and to visit the Catholic the world, as apostles m theu. way; ;lle future c:ergy to s pP." University. Right, Rev. Thoma J. but t;:ose that are bad are working in ood works of your Archdm- Shahan, D. D., Rector of the Univers-the interests of the "prince of dark !ends upon these two Facto- ity, and many priests and laymen so]ness." A good press sheds a bright c0gnize that this, your pres- will be present. "llight over the worldIthe light of ii s fundamental t.a the whole It is planned timt tile delegation of Itruth. Therefore, keep a good paper I am- therefore, selfish ,. ;" ..... ill reach Wash T . " _  l.ngns o ommvus w - in your home. hen the favorite Want my boy's first el[or: in,ton at 7 o'clock in the morning, ltheme touched upon by His Lordship of that; so that, from Tley will go to the University imme-[was tile "Guardian," to which, every his name will be diately after breakfast. The blessing Catholic in our diocese should sub- the new university, and the whole fund m'ay go to what a portion of it help t.o bring inta activity. wish to say to You'-' in the name of my (lear Hines, Jr., I will place during the next five regular annual payments, $500,000, to be used for buildings and the Divin- er the proposed univers- may anticipate th2s 'I mak/! this announcement in the hope that, as my old Cudahy, inspired me i ilt0 my boy's power to do it may also be that h Will be followed by other Archdiocese, so that have in mind of estab- may be success- out. I feel that in thin also to say to you taken by Edward's ultimately is to be a i Women's Department in (Rosary College)was thought in her mine I make no choice of I leave to Your wholly. I wish-to say that ! for myself any credit gift. or for any other later on may be within make to the university. truly my boy's money and 1 am only trying way that would be p'.eas- thus connect his nane which, I believe, direction of of the ground will take place as soon scribe, as the official organ of the die- as they have assembled at the site of cese, the champion paper, in the cause the Shrine. If the weather is inclem- ent mass will be said by Archbishop Bonzano in the new gymnasium of the University, where accommodations for more than 3,000 people will be pro- i vided. Following the ceremony-of bless- ing the ground and the celebration of mass, the visiting Knights will be the guests of Bishop Shahan at a ldnch- eon. Bishop Shahan will address them on the great work of planning and building the Shrine, which is to be one of the largest churches in the world. It is the present intention to include in the ceremonies the marking of the site with stakes and cord so that some of the dimensions of the great edifice will be impressed on the minds of the vLitors. One of the i.:nights of Columbus will be select- ed to perform this part of the cere- mony. Those in the delegation from New York are members of the speakers' committee of the Knights of Colum- bus. SPEAK IT FROM THE HOUSE TOPS 0r schools are efficient in the high- est degree, aml we will know it. We are too humble to spread the news abroad. Off with this false humility and let the tongue tell all our non- Catholic neighbors how well our chin dren do in competitions open to all. Point with pride to our Catholic schools. Tinny are as good as the best in the land, the public schools not excepted. Here, Catholics, is a theme for frank presentation and a field for exercising Catholic enthusiasm.-- Brooklyn Hablet. Remarkable Results Achieved "Reports of these charges have "Already 250 men have passed come from several sources," declares through the Rehabilitation School, Monsignor Ketham, who has appeal- and the present enrollment is 120. ed to the Committee on Historical Many of those who have received Records of the National Catholic War l training at the institution have enter- Council for information concerning ed business schools in the states of*Catholic participation which would r land Vw mm and West Vr ff May , " g" " " -]'e ectively answer the falsehood, s. I ram, hmh comprise the Fourth Vo "The alle tmns are 1. Opening chorus, g' "" " " "' "1 ga " being made both 2. Graduating exercises: cational District. Others have been by preachers and members of P)- (a) Benefits derived from an enlist- m garages, ms- churches and there ]s men( in the United States Army, b placed in training ' testant " no Y chine shops and factories where, in doubt that they are very disturbing Bernard Heinriehs. addition to earning wages, they con- to the Indians. (b) "Prophecy," by Lucy Alford. tinue to receive instruction. "A typical letter is that received 3. Peek-a-Boo, Primary Grades. " Remarkable results have been recently from Henry Hodgkiss, a 4. Kitty White, Primary Grades. achieved in the training of the men Sioux Indian of Promise, South Da- 5. Me her's Reform Club, dialogue, who have thus far takeh the courses koYa. He writes: by Irene Coughiin, Marie Carbaugh, at the school. Many of them are " 'I would like to ask you just a Loretto Schmitz, Mary Ann'Verfurth, without even the rudiments of edu- few words about the war Some of Annie Marie Kohler, Bernice Clinton,[cation, and not a few are foreigners the people and preachers of the Pro- Louise Moore, Marie Lux, Elizabeth who were unable to speak English. ltestant churches say that we Catho- Bercher and Laurine Throne. . I Before the men could be successfully tlic people and our priests had nothing 6. Uncle Peter's Visit to the School, : developed as mechanics and artisans I to say at the war and that others did comedy, by Stephen Deuster, Rosin they had to be taught reading, writ- q lots of work in the war but the Catho- Kramer Frank Luckinbill, Lucille ing and arithmetic, lics were never seen in it. That is Rapillard, Francis Schmitz. Leader One student well beyoml 30 years what the preachers are saying to the" in the drill and dance, Lucille Rapil- lai'd, followed by Francis Hundhausen, of age and unable to read or write Indians around here. I you know Francis Schmitz, Josephine Hofrich--has shown exceptional progress. He anything of this I would like you to m now quite liroficient in the "three write me and tell me about 'it. The' ter, Irene ,Coughlin, Bernice Clin'on. R's" and has become a first-class me- Protestants say that, they won the i chanicalt draftsman. Miners, loco- war and that they are the only churches that will be and that there of right, justice and truth. 7. Lily and Rosebud, a fairy comedy Confirmation. - with songs, by Margaret ttoman, Julia Immediately the Sacrament of Con= Hoffman, Bertha Alford, Bernard Upt- motive firemen, laborers and me- firmation was administered by His moor (as Prince Comfort and Ohl chanics who because of their disabil- will be no Catholic church. Some of Lordship, who explained shortly to the Bin the eBar), Francis Bernsten ities can not return to their former them say that we Catholics wee the confirmandi the importance of the (Cilief of Brownies)). Bear Dance occupations, are being trained in ones who started the war. Now I Sacrament of Conflrmalion as the gen- followed by a number of children, bookkeeping, clerical work, auto-me- wish you would answer as soon a era(or of te seven gifts of the Holy 8. The Gypsy's Drev.m, operetta, by chanics, electricity and the like. Six possible.' " Ghost, which will make them soldiers Dorothea Schmitzer (Queen of the'men wbose legs were amputated as The appeal made by Monsignor of Christ and faithful Christians. Gypsies), Margaret Homan (Chief at- the result of wounds received in the Ketcham has served to emphasize the The Sacraanent of Confirmation was tendant), Lueille Steisberg (Lady on-iwar are among the students in this necessity of expediting the work of administered to twen.y children of St. stance), Helen Hoffman (her daugh-i rehabilitation school. Elizabeth's Church, 12 of Dixie, one tot'), Lueille Rapillard (secretary), The new building is a model for compiling, the record of Catholic par - of Bigelow and ten other children. Jo'ephine Hofrichter (Biddy, the Irish the purpose. It is situa.ed in an at-I ticipatin in the war, now being car- ried out under the direction of Right At 2 o'clock a frugal dinner was maid), Gypsies, 5t,, 6th and 7th Gra]e tractive spot and is equipped with all I Rev. onsignor Henry T. Drnmgoole, served by the ladies of St. Elizabeth's Girls. Regina Vaughan, Genevieve conveniences for the men's comfort chairman of the Historical Records Church in ,':onor of His Lordship. Vaughan, Francig Schmitz, Beatrice and recreation. The mechanical lab- Committee, Rev. Dr. Peter Guilday, About 3 o'clock h left for Morrilton Schmitz, Helen Alford, Stella Mac oratories, machine shops and other lsecretary and Francig J. Rooney, A. and everybody had their smiles ready Woes(man, Agnes Bender, Theresa facilities of the University itself are M. assistant secrctar'y. r to say "good-bye" to their Chief Pas- Bender, I,ena \\; anhatten, Rosin Kra- at the men's disposal. Their teachers The list of Catholics in the service tor and every member of the congre- mer, Elizabeth Vogel, Katies Thrane,! .re professors of the University. of the United States is only one-third gation was very glad to have His Lord- Marie Thrane, Josephine Lohmeyer, Notwithstanding the difficulties !complete, according to the committee. ship in out' midst. It was a day long Margaret Schnitzer and Gertrude that have been encountered by those A" full list of Catholic participants to be remembered by all, and we hope Schrier. i in charge of the vocational work which will be the first part of the work. it will not be the first and last time, Tie following boys act the part of the government has undertaken for The second part will consist of a col- that we had in out' midst the pleasure elves: John Mummy, Edvard Cough- disabled soldiers, the rehabilitation lection of letters, diaries, photographs of his visitation at St. Elizabeth'. 5 at hn, Robert Vanhalten, Jon Rupp, school established by the National and kindred material, dealing with Oppelo. .lames Barry, Albert Bender, Andrew Catholic War Council has achieved Catholic tmtivities and the final part Buergler, Frederick St,eisberg, Louis what is regarded as exceptional suc- of the work will be the combination TEXARKANA. Crawford, Albert Luckinbill, Billy lcess. The problem of training full of this material into the History of Hoffman. i grown men who had little or no edu- Catholic American Activity during Cassidy-Lambeth Nuptials. 9. MemT IAttle Cook, by Frances ication was new and difficult, the Great War. St. Edward's Church was the scene Hundhansen, Catherine Grunert, Rosin Difficulties of Work of a devotional High Nuptial Mass Hassler, Minnie Kramer, Irene Hum-1 Rev. Father John O'Grady, secre- MAILBAGS NEEDED. which was celebrated by Rev. Dr. O. B. reel, Ida Lee Alford, Catherine Spier, tary of the Reconstruction Committee Uncle Sam will have a lot of mail Clarendon, the occasion being the mar- Bertha Alford, Ellen Moore, Elizabeth of the War Council, has impressed on t,, carry overseas this year, for the riage of Miss Mary Agnes Cassidy to Brocker, Annie Schmitzer, Julia Hog- a Congressional Committee the oh- Junior of the Northwestern States Guy Lambeth, which took place at 8 man, Agatha Buergler, Agnes Gisler. stacles which had to be surmounted tre planning to coTespond with chil= o'clock Tuesday morning. Everybody cordially invited to St. by those in charge of ,the work of re- dren of one thousand French schools The wedding 'was marked by an ele- Boniface Hall, North Eighteenth habilitation, which he explained, could which are now on their list, Thus gant simplicity, the color arrange- street not be guided by any experience or will the spirit of good will and tm- ment being confined to white and Rev. Abbot Conrad'of Subiaco, Ark., precedents. He suggested a larger derstanding be further fostered by' green. White blossoms decorated the held services in St. Boniface Church. degree of autonomy for the district he children themselvei. .,., 00i:il = .[ :fl .