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C. ACTIVIT00S I COUNCIl: NO. 812 NOTES Council No. 812, held its regu- business meeting last: June 5th, at 8 of Columbus Burse Convention held in bIay 7th and 8th, 1923, J. C. Carroll, Jr., who and a member of the of the State and had passed a resolution in- delegates to take up respective councils th an assessment of per year against the State, this amount the creation of a for St. John's Semi- with the above Grand presented at the meet- last, the follow- to-wit: Article of our By- the Annual Dues and the amounts for our Building" and are hereby amended to [Dues of this Council Dollars ($13.00), with the Con-. haws of our Order. Secretary upon re- s, shall apportion th Funds and fur: with a memoran- Fuad .25 each quarter each quarter Fund--.25 each each quarter to become effect- fQllowing official no- State Deputy or State of the Councils in legally complied with at the State he Knights of Colum- for St. John's Semi- to be known as Burse. meeting to be held evening, Juno resolution will be final ahtion. levied. William J. Me- ;hat the Juno insur- will not be levied members'. This i being in such th death of our M. Lannon, wan amending the by- so as to make the dues the members will be g Tuesday . m Moran ill past chaplain of at St. Vincent's ln- wiB undergo an op- We sincerely hope and that he will Usual good health $12 was cheerfully members of the Co- Club at theiT semi- Tuesday evening last, for Masses to be said for his early recovery. Supreme Convention Arrangements. Through the courtesy of Supreme Director George H. Boivin "Columbia" is enabled to announce that at a re- cent meeting of the state officers of Quebec with State Deputy L. G. Jour- dain and officers of the Montreal councils arrangements were made for the supreme convention to be held in Montreal beginning Tuesday, August 9. These arrangements provide among other interesting features a ilgrim- age to the shrine of St. Joseh at Out- foment, where visitors will have the privilege of seeing Frere Andre# The shrine is celebrated for the number of authentic miracles that have benefited pilgrims. On the eve of the conven- tion there will be a banquet in honor of Supreme Knight James A. Flaherty and on Tuesda)/theer will be a proces- sion of the provinces and states to Notre Dame, the largest church i North America, for Solemn IIigh Mass to be celebrated by his grace, the coadjutor archbishop of Montreal, Monsignor Gauthier, formerry state chaplain of the Knights of Columbus of Quebec. The Canadian Knights have taken especial care to provide for the entertainment of ladies attending the convention, with sightseeing trips and other pleasurable events, and ar- rangements have been concluded for expediting western delegates and visi- tors to the convention who seek to re- turn home early by chartering a spe- cial train from Montreal for Chicago immediately after the conclusion of the convention. A Thought for the WeekI)ay by day learn something new, thus will wisdom come to you. C. K. OF A. NEWS. St. Edward's Branch No. 79 Outin g I Members of the Catholic Knights, their families and friends, will gath- er at Luna Park for an outing and basket picnic, Sunday, June 10th. Bring well filled baskets with good things to eat. There will be swimming, swinging, ball playing, racing contests, guess- ing contests, eating contests, and many novel races and contests, with prizes for tlm winners. Be at the Park by 9:30 a. m. and make it a day I of fun and amusement, t Lunch will be spread at 12:00 noon. Any member not having a convey- ance notify one of the committee and arrangements will be made for you. 'We want every member, their family' and friends to be pre.ent. Be sure to arrange to be there early. The CommitteeWill Gerke, Will Beckman, Frank. )eClerk, Verona Beckman: Frank A. Porbeck. Membership Campaign for Big Class Dear Member Knight:- It affords me great pleasure to re- port to you and members of Branch 79, C . K. oftA., tl3at the order is pro- gressing and forging ahead in a most satisfactory way for a large class ini- tiation on Sunday, June 10. Since January 1, 1923, a net increase of 52 members was made for Branch 79. The C. K. of A. in Arkansas now have." a membership of over 1,400. There is no reason why we can not double the membership in Iittle Rock, by each member getting a new mem- ber: that friend of yours i waiting for someone to ask the signature on the dotted line. Come let us try and we will succeed. The order pays for the Local as well as the Supreme Medical Exami- nations, with free initiation for this class, therefore, you Should have no difficulty in writihg at least one ap- pl]cation, especially when we have the very best (The paid up after 20- Year Plan) certificate to offer. ' HmmHHIImlmHmlHIIWIWHHHHIIHIImlmHIIm00 BENEFIT ICNIC ST JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE GROUNDS, BELMONT HILL LY SSIONS of All KINDS ,er and Supper Served. Come and Spend he Orphans. Everydody WEt.COME ! IIIIIIIIIII IIMIIUlIIIIIIUlUlIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII00 THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1923 CABLED ROME NOTES (N. C. W. C. Spec.-aT Cable.) Rome June 4.Cardinal NasaUi- Rocca, one of the two new members of the Sacred College elevated at the recent consitory: has entered into pos- session of his Titular Church of Sta. Maria Transpontina. Numerous rep- resentatives of the Archdiocese of Bo- logna and officials of the papal court were present. Cardinal Reig y Casanova, archbish- op of, Toledo, who came to Rome to receive the rea hat at the consistory, tok possession of his Titular Church of San Pie[re, in Men[erie, on the feast day of St. Ferdinand, king Of Spain. Tim Spanish ambassador and members of the Spanish colony in Rome attended. Manzoni Anniversary. The fiftieth anniversary of the death of Alesandro Manzoni was com- memorated by members of the Arca- dian Academy. Cardinals Fruewirth, Ragonesi, Gasquet and Laurenti, as members of the diplomatic corps, offi- cials of the papal court, eminent scholars and distinguished members of the Roman nobility were present at the ceremonies. Guilio Salvadori, professor at the University of Rome, spoke on the con- version o Manzoni to the Catholic faith: emph&sizing the importance of this event in the deevlopment of Chris- tian literature. Pope Plus sent a mes- sage conveying his blessing. Leo XlII Honored. Representatives of professional and labor organiaztions united in the cer- emony of commeoration, held near the monument erected by workmen to Pope Leo XII, close to the Lateran Bascilica. Signor Cingolani, a member of the Chamber of Deputies, spoke on the encyclical "Rerum Novarum," in which Pope Leo discussed the rights and con. ditions of labor. Cardinal Locatelli Entertained. The Portuguese minister to the Holy See entertained at dinner in honor of Cardinal Locatelli, former Nuncio to Portugal. Cardinals Vannutelli and Gasparri and members of the diplo- matic corps were present. Pope's Birthday. Last Thursday, May 31, was the birthday of the Pope. No special fes- tivities were held to commemorate the occasion. His ttoliness is 63 years old. ECUMENICAL COUNCIL OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED has met with favorable response from the cardinals in Rome and similar let- ters concerning the council have been sent to bishops throughout the world. Plans are being carried out for a missionary exhibit at'the Vatican con- currently with the holding of the coun- cil. The Cortile Della Pigna, where i had been planned to hold this exhibi- tion, has been found to be oo small and the space has been extended to include adjoining buildings and a large part of the Vatican gardens. The pro- posal has met with an enthusiastic response from the principal mission- ary organiaztions, which have prom- ised to prepare impbrtant religious, geographic and ethnological exhibits'. KING GEORGE HONORS TWO CATHOLIC PRIESTS London, June 4.--Two Catholic priests, worldng in East Indian fields have been honored by King George on the occasion of his birthday. Decora- tion of Kaisari-ltind has been be- stowed upon Father Van Der Schue- ten, Jesuit of Calcutta, and Father Ernest Loubric of Paris, foreign mis- sion secretary, who is attached to the Pondicherry Diocese. The honors come as recognition of the splendid service these two priests have given to religious and educa- tional activities in India. Father Van Der Schueren took a prominent part in arranging between the Vatican and the British government for the return of Cathoic missionaries to India after the war. Minister's Son a Convert. Extraordinary religious services at Prompt, Regular ICE DELIVERY SERVICE --Just during the Summer, or the whole year l We're ready to serve you. Call usl OTY DELIVERY CO. Phone 4-3450 mmmm.mmm.nn.mmmmUtmmdLmUL __ mlll._mill Rome, June 4.The Pope's intentibn of reopening the Ecumenical Council of the Vatican in 1925 has been offi- cially confirmed. A communication asking for the opinions on the subject PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES DESKS "SAFETY,. 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Ernest Oldmeadow, formerly Angli- can minister at St. John, has been chosen to suceci the late James Nil- burn as editor of "The Tablet." Mr. Oldmeadow, who was received into the church in 1900, was editor of "The Dome" before his conversion; and, since becoming a Catholic, has been activei n the literary field, being au- thor of several novels and biographies. STATE OF DURANGO PASSES DRASTIC LAW AGAINST THE CLERGY Mexico City, May 28.A state law limiting the number of ministers per- KLEIN ROSE "THE MOST ANITAEY BAK]gIT" JOE JUNO, P. GET RID OF THAT COLD Cleanse your system of the poison- ous Germs which cause Colds, Influ- enza, La Grippe, Fevers, etc., with BOND'S LIVER PILLS. One Pill at bedtime always brings prompt re- lief. Only 25c at all druggists. Re- fuse substituts.--Adv. mitted to officiate in the entire State of Durango has been published and has caused great indignation. There are said to be close to 300 Catholic priests in Durango. 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The Sisters of the Infiirmary and the able nledical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years' Course of theoreti- cal, practical and mochrn trainingi fitting the graduates for successful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all cases pertaining to general hospital work. The Infirmary is acknowledged to be one of the best equipped In- stitutions in the South. It has a capacity of 250 beds, 100 private rooms and about 5,000 patients are treated annually. The next class is now "being formed. Applicants must have one year of High School or the educational equivalent, and recommendation from reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST, VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tenth and High Streets Little Rock, Ark. I J L I