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ii!  v<,' - , "y ./,,y:.,-: ........ , ................ l' PAGE EIGHT 8 $ Q [the hostess thought it necessary to [apoligize for the outrageously low [gown which one of her guests was * " " 't , wearmg. Oh, don t mind me," re- ]s not a confession of weakness to ad- mit our limitations. The most igno- rant man on earth is" the man who Is so sure of his strength that he asks no help from others Beware of the self-sufficient man. * By Atttelyeus * * * * * * * * * * * . plied Father Barnum. "Ihavv been a Tender Tribute to Mother. -_ missionary." Before he left the capitol to taxe over the helm of the ship or state, the Noble Purpose. new president (lid a very beautiful "A little known fact aou the fur- thing, which will endear him to the nishing of Westminster UaeraI is hearts of the people When he had l noted in "Debrett's West End Book," taken the presidential oath he paid a lq uoted by the Lordon Universe. It is quiet visit to his mother's grave be-stated that the white silk curtains fore he went to Washington. The act I which are hung around the inside of was significant of man's consciousness the tabernacle in the Blessed Sacra . of a need of help in times of trial. It Lment chapel, are suspended zrom wed- ding rings. The rings were bequeathed for this noble purpose by ladies whose ! names are engraved on them. I J Lie by Algebra. I It is a distressing thought that[ there is at least as much lying about religious statistics as abou the Iess Humility and Greatness Asked by a literary editor which of all books he would like o ,tare writ- THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1923 CHICAGO PAYS spiritual affairs of human activity. A torn to pieces. correspondent sends me a clipping "He had to face ten, a well-known author says sim,q- which pretends to show (and on the construction abr ad There are deeds I would rather have figures quoted does show) that Meth- changes at home. accomplished than have written any I dists and Baptists each outnumber "It is evident tha " " r thing. This may serve to remind us l Cathlics in the United States le .  was not able to star that all the greatnes in the world is l figures published by this newspape  "Certainly he will not bound up in books; that we can/are:  all, irrespective of t _achieve real greatness by living a Methodists ............ 22,171,959 , CHlVr., ............... '_" -  liefs. humble life well; that "reatnes- s | Baptists .. 21,938700 d .... ,-, t-Alf J l t$IL|N AS CRISIS NEARS--A pretty but pathetic little "The s e 1  ............ , ,n cnurca racel b " . . . ' scene outs,de a Ber- peech whl h r not measured by wealth and fame an   Roman Catholics 17 88 6 A J a ............. y.troubte Jn the R_uhr, and w, th the mark falhng rote insignificance, the DUDS O to deliver r e , u - , , uu ga ,maa tnelr l:ttle charges to the altar to ra " f an orphan- eads Ilk is not al The a p y for the salvahon of the Fatherla ways marked by monuments.[ uthonty gwen m The Yearl nd (lnternatmnal Newsreel.) testament of one There is no reason to think that life|Bk of the churches, issued b- the | press on his eo 1 . . z p P P has been a fmlure because your bankf Federal Council of the C'nurches of RIESTS_ HOUSEKEEPERS /with a feeling of isolation and hwo I The old-fashioned bustle is about to which is most nee& balance is smaller than your neigh-I Christ in America. On referring to| WILL ATTEND RETREATcrisy. " "]come back, says a fashion note and that is, a return to bor's. Greatness is not reckoned by I the volume  question I find the fig-  ....  "I went out to the garden o thit- [ that may solve the problem of what t- Jesus Christ, in whi such trifles and is more abiding, than/ures therein given are: [. etreas zor priests housekeepers [but instead, went to talk -:" do whh the old bed s rin .  found the solution they are. / Methdists ......... :---7,918,557 ]naveecome popular throughout the[dren. At seven wewent tott:::hc]/ .......... om v sprmgs. ,problems, and who | Batist. , o,...- icunry m recen years -- ........ *--- ,, ....... - -"-'" . , - , ......... - |...-,-.-- --?- .... -----i -'''0 [sent that .... /,_ -,.,.--,,unce: ior _oy our." I liked the singing, |'' ..... .r. I me proper sense o: o "'t Home." |-,a ne number of Catholics as], , ... .... nese rereas will |ut the meditations semo! .... .o. || ', {possible." Two entertaining stories about F- stated. The erring editor seems to[e, conuucted at Eden Hall, Torres-tdistressing The -riest-h'ad 5 "= .... .--|| r,  ....  /. ........... - . uale, rom Au . . olu me in ! therBarnum, aJesuit, who was welllhave.arnved_at hm figures by firstJhas aroused u:tt 20 t August 24,1cnfessmn not to force God; that my / 00t00AIgI00'ORD Ill M.A known m" hs" day, enn'ch a book of counmg the Methodists". an Baptists w s a mteres among' uemre" to behev" e was a sign of belief " memories which has just aearedl as groups, then adding the membe I omen working,in rectories or consid-lbut that did not help / DR UG CO |/I 00poc00al p, PP . " ering takin ,, " : from the pen of Harry de Windt the, sh'ps of the bodms composing eachl ....... g up t!us work. / The hour was a veary, desolate|l -,., .... $/J New Yol enticed into fashionable so-l_ . atholic popu-|retrea at Tom "'" p " 5 ,r,y Immaculate, show me your | r-. .... ] || Phone latmn of ths c0untr tha esam cave veen re on and al LI[[I ciety. When, therefore, agreat New[ ...... ! _ Y, t there arelquested to re_i:t__ "l , l of a sudden I looked at | " KOCk r r Little Rock, . . York lady sent him the following note |sui/. nunure(s of thousands of people, Ible" ........ g . cr as soon as possi- ne Monstrance and saw there at the :"'"---------- |[m of invitation, the brevity of which was [ aznoac in sentiment, who are merely t ;,, u.r naz reservations may be top a round splendor a olde- -' .... " .... ':" meant to coflvey an imnression of/utside the influence of the Church be mae I or .tHem. and in the middle of te -le -mry'   -- " ,x imel " . t, nor a .. fnen 1 cause we have not t y mterest, mvmw o t o fl " - " d y informality. / he resources to | . f h gure in blue, and such a thrill ran mI :Ilr::l:t ti!i::i:!!iiaiillet'f I Iii! ", is:=: 0xtvendit '?2eR2F one who took artmar Y P yof moneyou hand toh P " etret sim-[other seemed drowned in that love  othe ........ nd on Lftth, npams urlt, and selielt a4pplleaCtou. W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY, "taee 18TT0, {3omr im ml Mh BtmetL  CJqT l]llffl' PAID ON K4iN4 (By N. C. W. Chicago, Aug. from the city of W. Mundelein, the diocesan the Rev. Dr. D. J. issued the following ! death of President "After the last few days, the dent's death came a: "He entered into ident at one of the ods of our time when the OUR ASSETS ARE TWO l00mJJON We nutke a Pqecialty of ivuting ret mortgal loan&---al therefore etmtomers and estates we represent with vestments. We act as adminiatrators and tots under Will of many mtat i ether counties in this State. We will be to assist you.- PEOPLE'S SAVINGS Dear Mrs. So Shall I. Yours million people rear Mass eve truly, J. H Barnum, S J ry Sun- ilar t " day in churches erected through the m o that which will be conducted at iI did not feel sorry for all the wa t ......  benefactions of the Catholic Church l xuresale: - l years, but onl dell ht s.ed ne nawJusasvm r we Y g ,only ademre _ _ ga. Extension Society. o Before these[ The ac: uerful Favor.Granted It be in Him. Before going to my apIpthtn:hh::TrYa:nd s t:next must churches were built the places in I "We h:::n:h: as re!lows: _ room I went back to the chapel to m, who wnicn tney stand were churchless, and I. . nv nappmess or record- thank Him--all mght the leasure belonged to the, New Yo. Provlnce, lthe hereditary Catholics wh ..... |rag a marvelous favor granted at one l wa .... , ......... P- . - " "' "'" " of our ret . . |  --.,, ,,,% wn  woe  elt tha xor ae ]s tne only Barnum hsted m tend th m wer . . rents. Ths favor s ........... 1  e counted by stahscmns  e  ..... descnb- / meffable thrill all throug m bein ne wamonc lreco u  th h y g, _ . ry of recent years, as Protestants. There are hundreds|_ y . e retreamnt tothe retreat- such happiness, a dell ht - so ar as  can ascertatn. 'e other I of thousands more in tha+ ..^'*'^- I maser m wntmg, as fouows: er,,thin,  - ........ g above ev sory concerns a smart dinner party l  " ....... : I "I was lately in a state of indiffer-I:=o ,;."'..=,, wr e, persona|, in- In .,New oft a " *  l ........ , ,.,,,. P t which Father Barnum[ here is no ma . . - lence and hated to be dsturbed--went/ ] n t)u nows more to the retreat only when overpersuad One drawback to and Harry de Windt were present, evil of himself than he d The priest had come reluctantly and reonle, oes of otherded. After the first day I realized my o ...... ,, ....... mftor00ng ,s t pt " unbelief and de--; ................ /.  -,, ,r co gec batteries ) s,.... _= rWunlmg |cnargea nan to get gasoline charged. SUBIACO (00()LLEGE CONDUCTED BY THE BENEDICTINE FATHERS Two Pre-Academic Classes, Regular Four-year Classical High School Course, Regular Four-year Commercial Course, Four-year College Course, Leading to the A. B. Degree. 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