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PAGE SIX . THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1923 MENA bright and clear. Even the trees seem I -- the&apos; lOCkbusyarmSmartsto screener commerce.the place Itfrm r JONENBOR0 I CATHOLIC PRESS CONVENTION which was hehl at 8 o'clock in .qt S AN-D i iii r ALIVE TO N]]l,8 OI , rlE ,,I Johns Church on South Capitol i M' is l Monday IItAS CONSTRUCTIVE 1 ROGRAM Avenue, with Rt. Rev. Monsignor Nell Chicken F'ry. only at close range thai th graldeur morning at 8:30 o'clock / c00mLs F( The !cmmitteen OfJuneladies30, onin thechargest, and magnificence of the structure seven young ladies made theirchurch.Solemn i here speak(Cnlinue(las a :fronl l'age 1) as deacon and Rev. Father b'recn, S.J. 'as celebrant, Rev. Geo. H. McDermott i of the chicken fry which took p/ace burst upon you. In viewing the Ioca- profession at St. Roman's volantary association sul, deacon CLEVELAND Saturd.ty eve ling ' tion and surroundinr, lands ..... Very Rev F, Josephs Aea(,emv ground, have one  ....  o .cave, ,,= . ,tthei Aretz S. 'I. D., . more pro'nouncet sn .... '" + .... ^:_ .-eJ commen m mying the pioneer chaneelh)r, o:tfitiatinp. The altar .... e,'., under he title of N C W C " v ; ....... I -- ....... S, o tllII" "' . . -' , *v -- ' J.J&llCe .,Ollln]ll[Qe z } }l , credit The su,-)k ....... : ..... + t benedJctmes exchnmed: "We have beautifully decorated for the o .... +,,,, ] Dnector McGratlt's Address P o ....... +: .......... ll,.t,(1. (By N. C. W. C. News lt vt tJ|llllllblUe was fo tLav'9 ' * ' -- ......... if311 JFlll(le Dy d J" O'2,' , r composed - ....... ] und the earns of which we hay- which was "t be mtiful __1 + 1 ollowmg an iuterestin .... ,-, ..... / .... .... thl'5, Cleveland, June 29--The + )/  , I O.I. lvll2sclan]es j. ill. (,:onne]l,/,h ........ )?,, m, , e '  ' . un(t Impressive J+l ,. ,.,. - : ,t,ttlfUSS Dy e( llX)l o tile Indiana C' , , I  _ . '' ' chairman; J L Alvev Jesse- v^...... ] ........... " ne exutJerant wih nes, ceremony. Three novices, Patricia and juae ev. a nomas V. Shannon, editor l l`ecotd ,.^ ,_ .... at!mhc an,l Council of Cathohc Men an, ' a, .., ,,v,,e/, s e , o " ' ..... , bllU .l.OllO*.l. ln leSOltlLi ) ,, , . , . .  K. Y..Pontious Fred Warren 3,0,, ilj e+m, ,,ubodmated to au effect--na- Gerard ot Jon'M)oro and Lu:g-udis of lot tim New Worht of Chicago, Justin!un.nfimou ........... g (n xxas/tlonal Councd of Cathohe , 'I", U] .... , . : *  " ,+,j ttvjJbttt; i  + , Brogan and E W St Jab, T,,,., I e. raft to heL+elt wthout contusmn,] Mucnster, Fex., made their simnh, .M.cGrath, drector of the N. C. W. C. ! "Wh + -' , , ...... l wee ogamze<l ul the who assisted ir serving [and other pro(luce., a certain charact&,i of its vows and received the black veil, amt News ServJcc, reported on the prog-pa 'tic;It: t;'tlaee Mil(:[il e ula)"Y-: ,(l ?le.vehu!l at two meeting .own :i,+tcrs M Fv r ,. l+ess of the 'ervi(- ++'":--r +' , " ' . Ju+e )vesc, ls (te- (Iorng l;lle last x+u ] ways were Mesdames Abbott a,,t 1?,, I " ' ........ ange,sta of Stutttmrt ' * -+ :c uurmg ne pas lm,e(i with .d . + ..  ..... I .....  l  .' '"e ; Ap: ........ -  .. , + . . . , . . o. ' 12 merit} s .. , . .. . o . ,+t.,,, --&,uuz'oHs an(l rillS- tuo )ersonF t sythe and the Msses Margaret Calla-/ q he m.ystey ot the place mounts to IM.; Dolmos, M. Clermntma and M. i'la-  .......... . and olcred suggesUons tor leadnlg statements about the C'ttholic I ',,?- ,,+-, tten(ll each han, Anlaa Robert and Alia- re+, t youl Dr,un' and stirs vague ]onfrlll,rS" o, claa, all of Jenesboro.. re't(, e their. sol- ,., --rner. +mveopment by. me'tn, Of 't C nt'  a.,,,"''l ,vs;+" yea( +" lain' ' sano' tll' ",  ,,+ r "Jaut: .,,6n ., Jev.. Josetiu, Here man's triumph over natur i,+ emn vows. Several visitin  c/errv as- weekly illustrated magazine su le- of Ame ." .. + + ,', ..g. _ e mms/Bshop of Cleve/and, /nest, e g + PP ...... Heart Cadre,at ctlzens, aJt I ccamJts an(l exphdned t] ........ " " whereas, uae great body of non- of tile organizat/on of the brun. The grabbag was in charge of .' * z men CO Mrs. Fred Fried and Miss Pauline, " replete How puny seems at first his stsoed \\; cry Rev. l:ather Aretz: and _ ' and prejudiced by the printed matter National Catholic Welfare :+ ' P to be very popular and l. '; ' ' 'est yiehled up t w, ...... :. ,." ,' his talk to so widely circulated and by the false The ' " ts tribute fo .... I tne mscussion f .... + Bishop the ladies .... were kept busy throurhout_ mammoth b 't the. constructmn,, . of tlnsl hi. |E'[ my' oetore' th o the..Ppmtunmes .... that and vicious statements of prejudiced transfer to the Cleveland explained that, the evenmg serwng their friends with .. mldmg, lhe c,n rns of the -- I .... e . evce, Mr. McGlath s'peakers and the statemdnts that up- had been so completely ereamT#; that left nothing to be desired earn were also forcedqh to surender the Startman-Tllessing Nuptials /i:no',, that naps, .grattiymg results pear eveu in some of the daily papers" lunablel as quahty and quantRy. :gCe; ::d  e treasured there for St. Vinccnt, Ark., July 26--When I o3ti::J=:3 i; iI tu and ,' dtl opt of the :es- , with otherto findaCtivitieStimethatto he Whereas, our non-Cathohc fellow these organizations menu Ior the evening was most and ," ....... e nan(m of architects the marrmge of Mr. Fred Thessing]. -ear .--.. " ' . e :nnu,u. meeting ' ,unuers +lie present monastery an(l imm M;,,++ + ..+. , z .*go nlcreasmg the price of the . _ M .............. art,,an was sol- n-w ........... , '- citizens, ge:rally speaking, do not anxious however, he said, -  ,mtt elope selwces. 'ihe revenue have presented to them in the daily work before he sails for appetizing, consisting of fried chicken, was fashion d . , . . white potatoes with cream dressingl ",, : : + e . emmzed in the Church of Our Lady oi " .... n doubl ) pickled bells, hot rolls and bu'ter, cof-l, tne material used ill its construe- Perpetual Help, was the occasion :,f" a I fr?m+ the news s}:e.ct ll.d bee ed Iress or through any otber agency.week an . .. fee an: cottage pu(ld,ng. Though an +o,n s_san<lsto.ne of/rregular shape, very impressive and very unusual cer-l'';:'t',,+':?t .tlom tam carlie sermce con- any response to the false and na'tli-[will ++..::lpes that.on, h,s r accurate satement as to net returns ]v" ogemer wn;n wnire mortar, which emony or tim inhabit,,p* .... r ..... I S+...:.'atty mcrease(i, q ne amount re- ciouschar,es circulate- ........  I ,,,,.,, oum orgamzaions ,s not at hand, it i s believed the ladies'lagJn:; s the whole building a softness [cent, Ark +'" + ++ vm i ce,ve d hom tlle news service ,luring of the Catholic Chu,.:th \\;:mnC:al::iY !nrga:?:ecge! her conshtutin! expectations in this resnect ,,,m h,|" a eauw difficult to equal and Th,, " ....... "" I the tZ months from October 19o2 to Ameri ..... ++: ..... +" i s ' ooay ot men aria ' -t ...... , . . e ev. tie lry /llessing, C. S., . + , . , - cm, ,,,. l unite . fully reahzed lblends most admirably wtth its sur .n .--+ ......... I OctbeL 1)23, wouhl, he said be m,,,'- , qn .... v^._ _ ........ ' d for wok. " .... " , |rouDdb,, - -jr., utuvlttr oI lle groom, was cele-I+ ....... ..., . , , -.- .,,,,=.ure, ue l ana 1 is hereby F-.,h.,- D..-,_  _+v!,ss ,vane imtcher left Sunday | 'l'h'e i..; ........... Ibrant at the Nuptial High Mass .lle J:'.: .v.?e tm)u tue cost of the serv,ce, resolved, that the Catholic Press Ass,,-: The Rev . ,.,:--e yxnor aternoon or ort Smith. wher, sh-! *,uxtta.g, IlVe sorles in hei,ht was ""st *^- '-- ' ...... ,,nS rc(ucl;lOl'l ill tne amount the ciatton ,e +.h, +r:,., - .... ' I . o u,ta d. urKe, will wmt ruth the Venerable Sisters at]: bmlt mound a court which is lai( I owsk- as d ................. , -- I bshops have to contribute had been ada in conve-+ ..... - ........ Secetaly of the , " - " v , acv,, anu ev. x r. yon . . r " ' .... '' asscmDleu, suggesc/wath i , St. Anne s Academy before going tol ut .n walks and flower beds of sur-i 0udenhaven ,pastor, as subd ..... n ' very grat,fymg to the members of the the crying need for a Catholic b r ol c Weltme Coune,1, Little Rock for a stay o P ov,,-,! ]passing oeauty. In the c'nter of the lwhUo ,,. + v., t, .... "" ' amnmstrative committee I of i,, ...... .' ............. u eau ]bot! meetings. He exhorted - - ....... a'lco..-, ._ . - -- ........... -. ---, ,. . p., oI Gon-I ... '  ...... .xlllablUll /O1 non-bal;nOllCS I:0 te an(l worn ' . weeks wth relatives and friends I' ut on a nuge pedestal is a lar,e Iwa,, acre n ....... +^_ _e ..... I lqctur, Page establishe, ..,* ...... , .... i en to make their ,-. " I..,*..^ , , ..... ' o  a,  ,,o ,,,as u, ceremonies. + ,,, ,. +. - ,, -.,- a ,,,at nea(iquar-] art o the+, .1..: ,yusse_s Katherme Brogan and Mary F.  o, ? enemct, standing erect/ The Solemn High Mass added much [' the mrector was not able to report+ters and with branches to bein with |oP .... ^'-7: ..... ly hves m,en onnell w,Jl leave Friday eve-la;: e lkS:n' :er,h;' n:Ower-strewn I to the solemnity of the event, for in I sucha gratifying showing in regard fin every, city of the United States and/f;:m++:;er;n:t:/:;:'is,as+,cf g a vacatton trtp to northern ] tion. e ot protec- this locality such celebrations are very It the picture page, and whil+ he left Canada of over 50,000 population, the spoke of theenth : n+:. J P:;: tther fll travel I vergreens seem , rare !ndeed; and, in fact, many of the the matter of details concerning this purpose of which shall be to furmsh/Schrembs has done in this -oint ...... " ..,, ty.. From/Subiaco an .... .to grow.greener.at/parmhmners had never wtnessed a ,eamre of the service to be discussed !.ree o c.narge o .nc. press, to the pub- the Men's and Women's p m.ss rogan wm go o xel-.. , n me mrlspur nluer, while ]ceremony which requires more than oy Mr. Barnard, he announced that i i  an,t o all enqmrms accurate refer- expressed the hope that mwsone Park to enjoy the wonderful/ne roses and lilies and the columbine/one officiating priest, there was great concern with resnect ! auon about the Cathol!c Church, its zations im th ' scenery of that celebrated region by Iblaze m a not of color and luxuriant/ It proved to be an event which will to the continuanc ^* .....   "- _leacmngs and institutions and to re -I- ........ e Cleveland . . = o m xea ure o$ uVvlpp ]n a ma moor, and Mms Connell will go di-Jnage" On three sides of the build-/long remain fresh in the mi-o - n the service ,, ........ Y . . ]lute and promtl- answer a - -,:-] ..... nner wm rectly to Idaho S ri ing are wonde .......... . ,,en me aammmra- . . - ,, v-o,,c,] maer The law of Chri sort 15 miles "r pngs, a popular re-/green s b]o--- " rful gardens of ever-/wh were present and. wall be recorded ] t]ve committee met in Washington in charges deft, mental to our froth or to ther Burke said, is a law -. x om enver uol.+ to be/ , ommg snruos ana :lowers  as one of the 'randest celebrai--- i .pril, he .-- .......... - p=ople I .... of e guest of her grandmother and t that add materially to the attractive-lconducted iu thenea+ little chur:i+o'l stament ab;3;:th:ne'cYt asKeu or a] "And that with the consent of this I H, rove, anew.of mdividual, ons, - ' pc ure pa e and " , e urged the . aunt, Mrs. Noone and Miss Kateness of the pace. How do they do it" lthis place. I I informed th .......... g ' . I convention the president be an , .^ +- ] ...... men and we, oone. is a question fre . . . , . . . . ,,, na  was snowmg h r .  ,,=.,+ mae tner atholic Faith the _ _ . .... quently asked by v,s-I groom, Mr ,+red Thesslng, isla def, c,t From the remarks 00o,,o eby 00equested to appo,nt a spec,al/in the oo'=,: ....... . rea_ warren returned Saturdayl rs" " J seems it would take a cen-/the son of Mr. and Mrs Theodore[members of the eommitt^^  -_.-, o,[ committee of ways and means to carryl the'r ,,,.o mer amu U , ee x ee na , OJID.I relal;lons 1 xrom Mr. Ida, Ark., where he has just  ry to proauce such wonderful re- |Thessing of Conwav and the bri n- i o/I am warra-+^-, -" .... ., . I out the purpose of this resolvt+-, " I ...... , a d in th . ............ -says to ou n / ......... l(,uues, l,,a eom leted a co sults et we k g y  at ner Burke was th .P urthouse and jail, onlS" , Y low the foundation of /the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /the bishops are not inclined to carr The premdent thereupon named of Bisho Schr '': which he has been employed for sev- I ne new nlonastery was laid less than |John Startman, who have been esi- a deficit for +. ........... Y Monsignor j. F. Nell. F R Bren n,! ---, P embs while n eral months 20 years ago - ,,, Jeaure, anl tha un- E . - -:- ..... aml. / /dents of St. Vincent for a number of less the existing deficit can be wiped ] " Lester Muller of the Baltimore/ Dan-erous "r--a / The interior is ia.keeping with the]years; " out by new subsV*: ........ Catholic Review as a committee to |  ...... - --  " :  . . . .  ,pu.. oeiore ne . . . | xr. lucnael j. Slatter i ]outrode appearance The uest re Mr William Startman brothe o meets of cary rote effect the resolutm y, E S00BIAC0 , ........... g oms]+. _... '. :. , r f I ag.. the bishops in September it/o,,+a . "n just .Secretary of the National Co are n,+sneu with every convenience/ ne orae, ace,t as test man and is proaaule,.instructions will be iven |"'-" .... /Cathlic Men . i an , . - ... .  , addressm the ,,q, ,,r ........ I. (I comfort. ]'he class rooms are/lrancesThessmg, mster of the groom, lbY the chairman 'of de,artmon -I Greetmgs to the Pone meet, n,, +- ..... g , " lx'u 'la ..... - ...... ' , .- - , -,, u nls ex erien rge, well ventilated and furnished [was brdesmmd. /pubhcty, press and literature to dis-] be following massage was cabled promotin th "P +,... (By Matron C. Taggart.) ]with single desk. The boys' dinin,] Luncheon was served at the home of/cntinue this feature,, t to the Pope: ] ....... g e ogamzat,on n rave you seen Sub,ace  If not ou room is the la .  t . , .  . --. [ ,, . .'+ i v,** v rne country. Referring / u ......... +. -- ;.  Y / . st wonl m beauty and ] he brMe s parents, where relatives After referrmg to the two outs The Cathohc Press Assocmtion oT ex eriences " " ,,,v= umemlng wortn r wnil i eie mce " ' " " t" .land- / P in Mexico some es| zor .... you. A witt Frene e. n store[vari,g The. flO0rr S Of marble of |friends gathered, to express, their con- rag. features of the news service" dur- the United States and Canada, asses-.. .he said that there s" Yrl _ = ..... Y . . h prmst was/ - ed colormgr while the walls are|gratulat!ons and fehcttations aaden- mg the year, the full ]bled m convention at I " ". t . . . a t , once aszea wny ne ep up a cou'ntr /adorned with handso  n,"" ...... llov th a ...... ;. +a. ............. + : !... ^. ..... rePort 9f the Is ,,n,+ +, ...... _ _ndmnapohs. I hought m the Umted States Y is "furnace-heatedm  ,-g lne/" .Mr," eandMrs.,, llv llgwlyWe(lS 1  t ne lUSslan /de to s=ln s Rrd de { You now,-- eanswer "P'l-a-ce-whic"hhhenever d:S'ttda't Imust"Dn't ];;tih; ............ " . premtes and - ....... g voion and I which, if not checked," may e dbbfldl g and. Thessing will make pr.msts and the series of articles on,,emres express its gratitude for the conditions similar to those no " place " | Y err, city. ]their home in Conway, where the lat-, education, Mr. McGrath reverted to/tllesseu co-operation of Your Holiness"[ing in Mexico That is one rea 3:;:r 7Y;o it, Ica:h;:: ' b:tgaht ! The boys' dormitories are large andl ter is employed at Cole & Company. /the matter of the picture page and z(Sgned)Rev. George H. McDermott, lsaid , which illustrates the need ' .......... : t 'eq+poc'wi*oomfo00tab,ebeds I.+ '00evs. Tho+in00oodA Loo00ow/aoo=oe"t"athav,o+00ofao I oomm.00eoS=l'l/00i"lCatof _ : ,u,ga oe nappier tllan wh , ,, , .. . ,. ....  - . . e con+h- . . . ' holic unity " .. T=rthe n n's Infience us'are not 1;v; w e pr!es..st, of t make the sleeping hours blissful Ireceived their primary education at St lure he had given consider+,,n ?of;e I the N. C. W. C. the deleg'ttes sent this Ms aW:: ......... e .The_ wald + ezel am. /fact, th everythmg that goes to Isky were both born in Conway. They tmns as they are n regard to thi. a- lifo g here has been nothing omitted at]Josephs parochial school, Conwa,,'|subject and of how the wnoe s ....... message: IS .... :_..-_+ .,.. .. egan, Ex.: :Subiac to ma ' "mi , :rvce "The ' . +, .... . . |=eary o uae ational Coufl ........ . . . .. ke life happy, heathfu/Iwhere through the mstrumentality of ght moe forward m another way. ] :.Cathohc 1 ess Assocmtmn, m Catholic Women, ur ed th wo a., our uay,, meams we are aways [ana profitable to the students IRev. P. Zel] they were sent to Corn-I Applied Calituli,i.,, l conve.nmn laere, sends its 'reeti ..... I ..... g e . gomgoour counr seat" I ' "" " " " " ................ k/fl .... " "s+lemrace/ tae,r opportunit,to V, nln,. * ..... Y . J. t s the I It s the Meal place for boys. T .... Jwells Heights, Pa., for their classics./ At the afternoon session ,.. '. loyalty and apprecaatmn to tbe . . Y.. =:..[++. .a we naveno seen that is tolare trained mentally, morallv'and nh':: I They made their courst of philosophy IF" Scanlan, editor of the l]:, 'c arehbmhops and bishops of the cou,,- affl:ated +w)th an or.g+an,zauon m,*, ,m vur greaes na iness II o " , - r a- . ..... + ...... . sa,,m,g sl;rengll aJl the i$ have not ,,el found --PP-" '" Y..U/mcally. Phe Benedictine Fathers are I and theology with the Holy Ghost Fa-]Tablet, spoke or the necessity of an-I Iy fol their generous help an(1 which now re ....... tl. ....... a,+.  yuurselI, ll; awms jmen especially trained for ,a .... ,.^__ ] thers, Norwalk. Corm and wer- or- |plying Catholicism iu ......... +'--, .- [ hearty co-operation in makin,, the r , . . . eas a noteworuj ,vu a uolaco It would indeed re . , .... ,,.,,,a . ' "  t , . ,+ ,.-,cal way Cat ', . . . era o acmevements within a': _ . " . -[work. It ,s their life work, not a ste- I darned the on Aug 26, 1922 ' [ o every-day hfe, therebv dem--t,.+ I hohc perm(hca/s more effect,ve and e " ' _ ^ qmre a zacie pen to adequately de-i pin,- stone + ...... L. _ .. " "- / At ...... [ - " ":. " . ' [in ,, ..... :-',- .... - -+.s.a- efficient than t-e ....... p .nod of tme. She td of thv scribe the ho_m+: , +h, .  .  - u wnemmg etter, as are | pesen ney are spenmng a snort I s e m,Jersa1y ana perpetuity o. " " y uave ever neen he- of +h .,.;.+ w,*. , -- ---  v,ace, zo half the ] va the - oze ......  , ,,,,.are ueparm, - - .... "." ....... :, ] ay teachers in the world to Iw cation with their parents in Con-I ' Church und the divinity of Christ' t " " advised th nere nature and ar bl " ..... ' " " s . " " e Women t end mthoutlda o take an ..........  y..' The Benedictine Father  .... way. Ihey have completed their stud-/teachings. ' An automobile tour of the city and .. . . .... .. pOlllng eacn oner, tor nature here is i ...... e , , " ' a i . . . part m ths wurk. She also I ............ Igven to the worhl the definition ,e ms and are ready/or the mission field/ Other speakers at the ..,. I d nne at the Casmo Gardens _ an arls ano azt o ,, ..-  aftelnoo, members of exists g , " 1 oils lil, e nature .... ,,  " . . " " s ' ' Catholic so There have been few experiences'in/ti:: hza!mn', 7:he word mearb+ more at. home or abroad and are awaiting sesslou were Joseph O'Mahoney, edi-I bru+ght the conventmn to a close, to become a part g of the N' mv life mot, +,, ............... I. n material improvements Civiliz t "ua aop+intment from their ve", reve- ]+or of the Indiana Catholic I ....  [ - CounP+l e  , " ....... L friends- ina--car'+'+-from"nUPineeXnneraung l tionB]uff " to it is a term which is. .so nlisus; , u end provincial: . = j|andf +,the .............. ,cno,,,Rev" JOhnot 0ournmismDanih';' o.o.,, of- ..... regent [ I'/-ll]lMar_ ""  I1/I lllml lLn ro,,,a,,,, | ||lOl women- .... na"ve'amnCthe franchiseWmen'in ow,tho! than the trip made with a party of thatat itall.hasitbecome hardly safe to us BASIIACA ed States, she said, it is ought to mean sonlething OF S+I '. ANNE iqu+tte U,,iversiy, Milwaukee, Wis. ON ALIENS 00ODIFIED power of Catholic ,,+on, e, to Subiaco early ill June to attend the much hPgher than increased raih'oad WILL ARISE FROM AStlE8 Speakers at Banquet. larger influence in secular teommencementception of a threeeXerciseS'hours With the ex- facilities, or perfected airplanes, an(1 a t t 1 as h.6dd m Was]n In'Ct '! : ?g,:on, July quostion wait at the new oil fie/& Civilization ought to Quebec, July 2.--Thc b]ess%g of the evemnR the lum(pa spe c,'s of in]mi ral  L__. l:,We' +e , .' s C' :, '+o,,ey, +'t,. t o.t w '+,l ,.eb(, put' st:,,..,m IRELAND NN!r+6 sionriVeronfraccounta bOatoftOtheferry us o,;'er, the mean the intellectual and spiriual de- cornerstone or the new gasilica of St. I + a',,'iJ portaut pontoon bridge bcing OUthighOt'water,COmms.the velopment of ,nanldnd from out of the Anne <te Beaupre will tal<e p/ace on , rout'h of his aninm/ July 26, ' : ,v, qh ]Ahie ol'lgress l'le ),e'en according trip nl[de '] ' l  U ]e " ' ' ' i  ' + ,  ] . a , , e ,, y t , o t + ' '] ' ' ] ' u  c e -  ) p e ,'] ,j + , , " " ..... I' + .: g+ + +le,+,in+. h.s TO ATTrAffi T01 the Catholic Pre:'s ", ..... : .... ; -.' I? .'' + ] ., t hlw lS temporary. was wit]lout incident. , ,,.t ,, ne e</ lois I Be,des, ln, m rant "boo  ,,, /uneductttod rnind ]f you a(]d to thin Redemlltor.ist l:'{- from heated controversie-'come to be almost a,; tro ,. The drive from Dardanelle was over the refinement which self-respect "m<l thers. Cardinal Beghl, "trchbishop of as the best means of.allayin ,) 'o - ; .... ._., _ . ..' ubl(;.,onle ., a hard surficcd road which winds its la perpetual inner consciousne,s of a Quehec, will preside at the ceremony, <uce atrainst tbo c ........ " .. , 1....,,., ]ev .......... ult:ggll]g nquor or ne smu,'-I []b, ,r c axr ,, , way tiu'ough 'a magni:ficent avenue, as being greater and higher than our- [ which wiJl attract visitors from many ,.&u  "'" 01":' nol-Galhol' +, ..... .--occs ..... press+ . on the P gling of. n'u'cotics ,. xxm.**uuoul ........ oe co-' "'l)t nil "' 1, ...... Jtlne+ 2' --xq, '"" ews I .... ,.. , , .,; .euu /Ylonslgi'lor o])eratlon o" oreio'll rnw(),n,a.. , + ;, ,, . ' ........ it were 0f giant trees, a century old|selves, keeping all the mm's aclions in! parts of the United States and Can- -.ay-mym, WhO made a stirring, m almost i ......... .:,+, , ......... "/ ..... ,, te lnercal Shippi g. Lines, perhaps, the spreadin'g tops in 'places tlarmony with himself and with t[ada. + ,., ,.- .... v-sme o preven mm- ly iuformed the Cork Ch'ul peal for the .';tarvinff orphans of thol,"mts, most oi them of th,  .'.- , meeting in a majestic green arched higher law, you have a really civilized l ihe lee(letup,or, st l:athers have Near + S 0 [ IldeSll ( O1 Ea't and for (mk t I .... . , nmerce that there was a overhead which the sun only pene- man as distinct from a savage found it ,cessary to issue a warning ferers ol" the Greek c ...... 'l'no!y suy.. :,ble type, :rom slipping into the c(,un- iuflux of 't (,u'trt ...... :., ,. , n are all !that XJIblIO([O.  I l r v. J[tT1 trates and sunrise and sunset, (iraw- At Sub,ace the thin,s noc-they have authorized no age,ts " ,, ." torch + y su+eptitiou+/y , .' "" Today, he said, "things are h---+ '1 ',,, . . ' . cans to ],m, ope. Only a very ing zebra markings of shadow across es.aryo" for making boys hap;y 'and to solicit fuffds for the rebuihling f in ,, " ' ,ppeu- 1 ncre s, too, t ver; resistent de- . , - g in lhe Last th.tt will ........... " .... ,percentage of that tourist ' },ul; r, Jle I:e;? man(! Lllat the limit ,lions it when the light is low. One of the equipp/ng them forthe ilattle o"]ife the basilica. It has come to their at- to Christi'tnit, , Ve -s c, .+,_ ,. +' ,. . -  , nnpost., 'd f, come' . tln'ouh.h h'e]-md. most attractive features of the road tention that several //ersons have not ae" e" people'"" ,a--oHcS,to must upon tne admission of aliens he m,)di- I Profil'd>ie Busin(ss le v_ t] .se nurse their fled to permit the "dmissio . . is a clear foaming stream which we posed successfully as representatives nerce J,atre(i . ,ain , ..... n of: :th(ns:. ,Phe great ann" should be, he sa . ,4.,, st the turk, That of a desirable ty e an<l th. -  /secure at least 75"per cent of it, ingCrssedcoveredseveralwithtimeS'rocksthe bottom be- l of the Reclemptorists and collected ,s not Christianity It ......  ..... ' p" at the har ]l of ! chance" ' ' . + ..as not ny tresmcnns basede upon the quota glorious t T00XAII00NA money which they said was for re-that our S00viour was th,; method be li + 00wonld represent a re venue of 20 hues, time's lasting mosaics .Here na- __ buikling. Contributions are being re- greatest Easterner Now  ........ berahzed. Congress mus 000 to Ireland. One of the most ! I ,, . urie tllne]uecl(le upon a nermanent lm to ' ' mllhons" " " who .... have been Iplicy migration ful activities that the cot ture wears a freslness and a glory ceived from clients of St. Anne at the wm back I neat and this subj'ect alone xvflI" ab that can never fade. The Jolly BeeItaYClub,Ridewhich was or- monastery of St. Anne de Beaupre. c'. ' ed out of their faith I sorb much time. take up, wouhl be that of The mountains in the distance anized - Others who spoke briefl ........ a tourist traffic on bu " - thrilled our hearts with exultation, i g :, a few weeks ago by the junior [ I Rev wm; .... +:: - _ . ... were ne +,n ..... mness members o " , ........... oosepn Gonill , ........ ar o nose o]lowed while the keen tonic of the air re ] f St. Edwards Parish, gave[FAMOUS REL|GIOUS t ....... who made OFFICIArES AT HIS ..... , b " its me . . - pea ior mlssionar w " . lalian, l, rench all  ". stored our drooping spirits, as an-I... = tubers a very oyful tme last t MANUSCRIPT SOLD land  ........ Y. ork in Chma. ] , FATHER'S FUNERAL ........ : d" mghsh ag " weane - n / ,ame o. tYan. (lit o+.,, ^v  ane nlsorlcal iner . dents dreamed a draught would do .. (my evenmg, June 27, by talc-! -- b,^-" ..... ... e ....... the I . , , ests of 1 in ne , ".au ox nlsor,cal recor -- were suca as o at from the pure fountain Of nernetual] g m on a hay ride. The merry I (By N. C. W. C. News Service Itio, -, .........  of the Na-[ tm, xz : ............. tract for .....  ..... ; -'-, .. /group of eighteen ,,,o  ...... ^ _.. ! ..... , , ! ..,,, ,a.uc wenare Gouncil. whl --z -,. . vv. . ews bervice) rom all parts of the world es vn. .oone+can possmy orge tneiMrs" T. J. Galvin" and'lI'r."J:'ieRe: y|--.uam' June 25.--A manuscript of explained how the press could aii'nl ,aeramento, July 2.--Funeral ser- ly from the United States.' s on wmcn presents iseiz a rne nrstlnolds Th  - . :. y-/xa leaves win nine miniatures, illus-! maing complete the r eor,1 , ]wce o r the late Owen E. Hu hes the The Cork Chamber glimpse of the monastery The im-/w." " .... e_nrst .par of the evemng |,rating the vicissitudes of the nunslServices of America _+eco_.. ;. the father of the Rev Willi, g,,::- l an-ointed .. s- ...... of .Con aS  ellb 111 '   wa, ulIOIICS uurin / , ,... ,,,,,, t-- - ut-cumtmll;ee I;0 ael sense stone structure rses like a/ .... v . nawnga swm m the re-[of St. Brgd, expelled from the Con-/the war , g/wh is director !mere e . resmng waers of  fin L . , . of the Bureau of b rs of the Munster Motor grant sentmel from the foothills of the } ....... P g ake Park. [vent of Sheen m 1539 was sold at On ,' th, most lea . --. Cathohc Indian Mission, were held ciation for the purpose of organ Ozarks. [:::e;;17gTo:;e:3:rsmatUsl:ppetite Southbey's, London, for $1,500 This]ment-f'eatul'es o; te s:::e:t;;l'tam- here, Father Hughes celebrating the la south of Ireland tourist traffic The fertile valley lies below and be-lbountiful "qcni " - " m, . d by a manuscript which was sent from thelthe luncheon iven to th- :' ' n was IMas s of requiem. Mr Hu hes died Isociation Representatt es of o v  ,,,u. na evening librar of Aru s . e umegates y as g . v yond. the. blue and purple mountams]had our ride and when we parted each of th y " ndeland sold by order/the Knights of Columbus Lucheon 1' 'a result of a street car accldent,/re`crests are cooperating and an lse m  ne ucness el orzom wa vn onl ers one aove another withlone voted that he w ....... ' s corn-[Club at the Snifik Arm Ho, I g y a few days after being/frmation bureau for the benefit . . . as gmc nat me piled about 1623 for re " "- "  '" /in'ured - swift vnolent shadows and dm blu p sentatmn to J He w o ..... , ...... el Jolly Bee Club had been organized for the S-anish Infanta in ..... / _. ' Solemn Requiem Mass iron e , . :as born in County Ty-/t ur, sts is being established. ns, ana here ana nere a peas Olits members certainl-- did ..... P me eevnt o/ The second day's nroceen< ......... I , reana, m 1838 and was a pie-| Ii y Jlve up o her marria , , ,- .,,s =-, ne ". . rugged rock on which the sun strikes the name of "Jell ....... ge to Charles, Prmce of|prefaced by a Reputes .,o .. ,.^ ]- er Cahforman commg to this state ] Divor ,,+ ..... y oee. Wales, /deceased members of the:::,:+'+;:".. =lrm New York in the days of the Jr^---L.: "".:T "''s suss=.t that ........... ", rgonauts. / . mx wxn arrows m qmver.