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FOOD MATTER OF GREAT CONCERN W. C. News Service) Aug. 20.Although is the inevitable conflict of as to conditions in Germany, in Europe as a whole, dlplo- who may be said to reflect of their respecti.re gee- look to the future of Cen- with uniform apprehen- Whether ' Germany is slowly from the clouds of war or again the deeper shadows, it recognized that the next may mark the turning of the fortunes of the "reich." Trade Channels Blocked chief cause of apprehension is FIVE CURES AT LOURDES DURING MONTH OF JULY Seminarian Needed by Bishop Finds . Prayers Answered and is Lntlrely Cured of Lung Trouble. (By N C. W. C. News Service) Paris, Aug. 18.--La Croix reports the remarkable cure at Lourdcs of a young seminarian who accompanied the pilgrimage from the AuLun dio- cese. Abbe Francisqe Bourgeon, 20 years 6hl, entered a sanitarium a year ago. He was found to have open lesions at the top of the lungs, with expectoration of blood and bacilli. Beyond Normal Processes He recently left for Lourdes with THE GUAIDIAN. SATURDAY. LPT. 1. 1923 the pilgrimage of his diocese, On Sunday, July 29, when he was im- mersed in the pool, he felt a violent K. OF C. ACTIVITIES IA'rT1A; ROCK COUN('.II. NO, 812 OFFICIAI N()TFS legular Meeting At the next regular me:ting- of tiffs council next Tuesday night the an- nual election of officers will take place. We (lo not have to lay any stress on the importance of this meet- ing, and it; is the duty of each and every nmmbcr to 1)e present. You arg well aware that the success of any organization (lepends upon its of- fieeit and for this reason alone, if, for-no other, you should be present. Don't forget, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 4Ttl, EIGHT O'CI,OCK, SHARP. Annual Communion Snnday A htrge numl)er of the. members of this council attended Itoly Commu- nion in a body last Sunday at St. Ed- ward's clmrch, at the seven o'clock CATHOLIC ART GUILDS FAVORED IN REPORT OF ART FEDERATION PAGE SEVEN PRIESTS CAPTURED As charity is afraid to meet evil, so she never seeks after it; but whenever "l][ CHINESE BANDITS it falls in her way she turns her face aside, and does not notice it.St. ESCAPE WITHIN DAY Francis de Sales. i B ' " ' I ( y N. C. W. C. News Serwce) (By N. C. W. C. News Service) o ,, Today well lived makes every v.- Manchester, N. H., Aug. 27.'l'he St. Columbus, Neb,, Aug. 2.,--Iwn t fomnation of Catholic art guilds :md l ;athlic pr/ests, Rev Michael J. Me- t(,rdav : dvenm of happinc.:s, md cv- the establishment of altar guihts for, ltugh (1 R(,v. Daniel Ward o St , , ',,tam'row a \\;i:sion of hope. the purpose of making aml rct,Mring (]ohlnlgal]'s ]Vis :, Hun "m, Chi- in the third annual report of ltc b',! l)an,t., Lcmn th mmssio,. eration of Catholic Arts, is.  r!,. !tUl)eh. ro 'ncd in safe:,, the Rev. Raphael Pfisterer. t .......... :. :.: .... c "Catholic artists are beginning to tody of the bandits for less t/an realize the importance and necessitytwenty-four hours. of uniting their individual efforts," Letters recently received at the says the report, in dealing with the headquarters of the Chinese Mission work accomplished in the first three 8ociety, St. Columb'--s, Nab., to years of the Federation's existence, which Father Ward and" Father Me- The formation of Catholic art guilds Hugh, indicated that there was con- is urged in order "to resist the an- siderable activity on the part of the croachment of commercialism upon bandits in the neighborhood of Tsao yr Our Brands are perfeet Blends the result of more than fifty years experience !n roasting and blending only the choicest selection A trial will convince you. C. D. KENNY CO. 121 West 5th Telephone 4-1465 the slow march of events what might be an internation- ttowever diverse the of returning American tray- may be there is no doubt of the imism that prevails in official in Washingion. Predictmns of value as predictions but the as they are are too disturbing relieved by the hope that some- more favorable will happen at time in the future. Behind the of complacency which might up- to prevail there is a deep un- of anxiety. world has become accus- to crises, so 'much accus- to them that they are taken often as a matter of course, but have not allowed their to become obscured by an easy of mind which molds itself to inevitable as a habit acquired dur- question. Behind this lies pain, then a general sense of corn- Mass. The members assembled in the Catholic art," and "to inspire the of the currency and' fort. Fearing an illusion, he at first school hall and marched to the coming generation with love and zeal t of the ordinary chan- said nothing. He secretly escaped church in a body. for Catholic art." A tentative plan of I trade. It is by no means eer- from the hospital and took a long Death of Brother Boone organization is contained in the re-) the German people will be walk over a steep, rocky path, with- Brother Win. (Billy) Boone, who port. Altar guilds were recommend- I purchase the amounts of food out feeling any ill results. The next died last week at the family resi- ed as giving women "an opportunity I to carry them day he went to the Bureau of Medi- donee, was a chm'ter member of this to show in a practical way their love d The cal Constations. A physician from coufieil, joining Council No. 812 on itslfor the beauty of the house of God." l e with Hyeres, one from Niort and one trom establishment in Little Rock. The ,, , lhe Seminary Department of the n t at Chateauneuf-en-Bourgogne examined Knights went to tbe home of out. late Catholic Educational Association," serious his case. They delivered a certificate brother Tuesday night and said the says the report, "has accepted our go rn- testifying that all the lesions had rosary.' plan for the study of ecclesiastical art wi be disappeared and declared that this Brother W. l). Franks Ill and architecture. By means of our cUreprocesses.COuld not be explained by normal Brother William D. Franks, a mere- art portfolio service we hope to aid bar of this council for a good many the professors of the seminaries in ;o tose Additional interest lies in the fact years, is ill at the Me. Pac. Railroad lteaching the principles of Catholic re 4Oh that when the Bishop AutmJhappen- ward at the Baptist Hospital, Room l art, architecture and art-craft." my re, ed to meet the young mi'mrian on 23. (,all out and q0e this brother. of the the morning of the 29th, before the hrc, ing morning office, e stopped ty the lit- We ehtom find people ungrateful) Trouble marches before Virtue af- amla  it-the Iriedtleee dcartandpni:;ts'''nsaid:which''YuHishe desireWaSmustteingbewasCUred'car-ful_ rcnkteraS longthemaS Weservices.are in a )osition to iter Vice; but Pleasure follows Virtue, [and Vice is followed hy Repentance. ,,i Am CuredI" Mr .Traveler A young woman 22 old, ,,ith Tourist, Motorist necessary this troublous period. governmen is eaeed with momentous problem almost at outset and there is whether ib or any other govern- that may be constituted will be weather the storm. Ominous Contingency processes. outcome, according to those Additional interest lies in the fact peer into a gloomy fuhlre with ttmt when the Bishop Autmhappen- of conditions as they are, ed to meet the young minarian on be the dismemberment of the the morning of the 29th, before the and eventually the throwing morning office, e stopped by the lit- armany into the hands of a wait- tle cart on which he was being car- Russia, of the red ghost of Bol::hev- the heart of Europe. Thi might filled. to pass, but it is a contin- that is ominously el0se from point of view of those who are tuberculosis o the intestines who had [ been in bed five months, Madame Ma- rie-Louise Matret, from Voulpay, in 'the Aksnc, was plunged in the pool on July 31. Immediately after corn-' ing out she cried: "I mn em'ed!" to the Bureau of Const:tions Taken she got up unaided 'and walked with- out pain. A doctor from Hyere, one from Madrid and one from London delivered'a certificate testifying that Madame Matre is entirely cured and that her cure cannot be explained normally. This was the fifth cure registered for the month of July, 1923. PROMINENT K "iI(ltIT D!ES AS RESULT OF AUTO St ,LL IN CANAI)A (Iy N. C. W. C. News Service) Chicago, Ill., Aug. 27.Thomas C. the years following the war. 1Gleason, member of Chicago Council Mark Following Ruble Knights of Columbus, and o F - .... " f the mark is following the course F;at:nat organization members the ruble and, even though there li: u' gree, and known to Cathd- be food in Germany the average the nation over as a maker of badges, is finding it almost impossible accumulate enough of the worth- currency to buy the things neces- for the maintenance of exist- Revolution stalks in the sha(iow Sporadic outbreaks in the domain of the kaisers though may not be serious in them- are serious as symptoms. The of Germany,s condition is re- in the drastic remedies that been pro, the threat of a between France and Great the proposal to set up a sop- state within the Rhineland, hi- maintaining it as a part of "reich.,, The rejection of all that have been suggested emphasized the desperate na- the caz e only thought that will har- the infinite justice to the in- moray of God is the doctrine of regalia and other paraphernalia, is dead, as the result of an automobile accident, suffered near Quebec, while returning from the Supreme Council meeting of the Knights of Columbus at Montreal. Mr. Gleason, with his wife and two friends, motored from Montreal to Quebec, and had started for Boston, when the car skidded into a ditch. Mr. Gleason was injured, but n0 so seriously, apparently as to prevent his return to Chicago. Blood poison, how- ever, developed and he died last Sat- urday. He was buried Tuesday, the funeral being attended by Knights of Columbus and members of other Catholic organizations in numbers. Mr. Gleason has been a familiar figure at the stated and national meetings of the Catholic fraternal or- ganizations for many years. To do little deeds with a great de- sire of pleasing God is to refider them very great--St. Francis de Sales. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Mena, Arkansas Boarding and Day School for Girls. BOYS UNDER TWELVE ADMITTED Primary, Grammar Grades, High School and Full Commercial Courses. The MUsic Department Gives Full Coursea in Piano, Violin and Voice. TERMS MODERATE For Particulars Apply to Sisters of Mercy SChOol Reopens the Second Monday of September Visitors; Prompt, Regular Stop at the Coolest' QuickestNeatest a Just Like Eome P,ace The F" "- reldenc, Capitol Ave. & Gaines St. Five minutes to the heart of Little Rock. Send the Guest, we'll do the rest. PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLIES DESKS Our printing plant is very complete, automatic feeding presses doing finest of work. Send for illustrated price list of Office Supl)liem PARKIN Printing & Stationery Co. Little Rock, Ark. Residence Phone Office Phone 4-3572 7834 DR. E. J. MAHONEY DENTIST Suite 521-22-23 Doaaghey Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ICE DELIVERY SERVICE --Just during th. Summer, , or the whole ycarI We're ready to serve yea. Call usl CITY DELIVERY CO. Phone 4-3450 SAFETL CONVENIENCE. PROFIT you not only ebtas mnplte safer) for your iad and 4 per tt intolst eompounekd twice a year, but you also know th your money is readily avail. able wheover yon may require it. Remondmr that a small amomt de. mitl regularly at fixed iterval BOYS' PROTECTORY ARMSTRONG SPRINGS Conducted by the Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis, who have taken over the famous h'ealth resort, long known as "Armstrong Springs" and adapted the proper equipment for the purpose of giving to BOYS FROM 10 TO 16 YEARS 00DIENT00Y EDUCATION Up to and Including Eighth Grade HEALTH  DISCIPLINE  KNOWLEDGE Acquired Within Pleasing Enviromnent For Information and Terms Write: VEN. BROTHER ALBERT, Route No. 3 SEARCY, ARK. Tsi. The country there is mountain- ous and consequently well adapted to I ,_ _I their purpose. The missionaries, how-  ever, had previously expressed no fear *:N.,, and stone months ago when the city _ was surrounded and the Protestant _ _ mission attacked the Columban Fa- - - -  -- tlers suffered no molestation of any ILLIII kind. " DON'T TAKE CALOMr:L .'fG C FOR INACTIVE LIVER . [ ,' ,, " BOND'S LIVER PILLS #g_t. _' ,, ARE BETTER -'qmiZll.-'v:W,-' ,,.,,. I hey are intended solely for the - al  bl laver amt Bowels and promptly re- ,, 8 j&. "n move the bile and poisonous waste in   =_ a mild, yet effective manner. Billious-'  -- ,I ness, Dizziness, Headaches, Fevers,  etc., can't cvntinue when these Ideal Liver Pills are used. One is the doe. Only 25c. Refuse substitutes. I Ii i i I Ii "  I ii H ' aley & flornzhrvok VENTILATING ANI} ALL K00NDS OF ROOFING PHON MAIN 11Z6 A ]ombstone o Beauty always expresses to t paasery to loving ea wt which it was sOected, you have an idea for such a memo. rial, we will car.y it to the last detail in a4mordamm wi your desire. We are at your service for monumental wo of auy kind. No Aents--N, Commission. Wri fer MONAHAN & SON 412-414 West Markham St. LIT2T ROCK, ARK. PREFERRED BUSINESS Our Advertisers whose announcemento ar  ! THE GUARDIAN are leaders in their line f bmdmm. m want your trade and solioit your patroaa  own paper. PATRONIZE TIIEM. Te are  @f your co-operation. In dealing with them make mmti t your appreciation of their material mmiztaaee to your olic paper. Tell them that you "Ne in Tram (u they will be encouraged to contiatm to help  t help you, and to help Tree GU4RDN. St. Vincent's Infirmary Little Rock's Foremost Hospital IN AGE- EXPERIENCE- EFFICIENCY Official Rating: Class A By American College of Surgeons After Citical Official Inspection ,LARGEST HOSPITAL IN STATE | by / 1887 | The Sisters of Charity i 1923 t of Nazareth " i i ST. VINCENT'S TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES Offers exceptional opportunities for experience and training in all classes of nursing to young women desiring to vocationalize in thi enobling and remunerative profession. The Sisters of the Infirmary and the able medical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years' Course of theoreti- cal, practieal and modern training, fitting the graduate 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 on 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. ge next class is now being formed. Applicants must have one year of High School er the educational equivalent and recommendation from reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tenth and High Strtm Little Roek, Ark. " 'J