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! , ? , i .... - (]UARDIAN, SATURDAY, SEPq. " 15, 1923P admn'ers, and to be abando,md ,, th r s  h :, .pe, m,u:ently touched except thl"ough thetby deeds and service in behalf .r v *. t'Dt, t'S ceaCl'llllO.S " ,, , - . ' " . .. . . . . ..... . oi de\\;us umist, and that teaeln .'.- .  .... I,,,,l,s,, w,.ek v by **(.] never mmses an opportunity of ah'unohm-I ......... ,, , .... . n is hood. Chlmt, tile eat exemplar TIIE CATIIOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY ,.  I .";tlI//IIqC(I Up lll 1, pnl'ase Lelhllo' and easily remem-lrel)eatedly urged this truth upon ,,i t.c I) ......... " ,)f I,Jtt :, Rock [i]]g the League of Nations; but as far at least, as I)ered" "I ,, ' ' . ..... . ..... , . :109 WEST SEI'()NI, STREI,:T !ti)eTi))6t, s, is COllCe]'lled 'il' /ITi] ......... . ' , _,o\\;c of God ,tnd Ot Ilel.hl.)ol. It is ,t ----::-. :2 L: ................................................................................................ .... _2'_t::_._i?.!_.:.,,,_,r2he Act of I.,mgr ........ f Match : 1879  "" s ..... : ':T ......... ,-:-- ..................................... ' ..... " "" " " ''/  " ,'. "- ly stated, but the convenienc :; ', in h, 1Je .......... !:._(.!:lJ ll,N tI(.,,. $'-'.00 Itv: Vc: hess with which that paner eonceden - ........ : ......... " , . c s only t .c )' w- ...... o' , " ......... u,.etu, lt,y o the statement For those who eall 1 , '. ['i}.\\;x,;[i"i,;'-'l),l .s OX lv/r. liudll(.s , , ........ "- " y eve ,w]',i'L?, " :.?,,, ......  :,,ll,-,.. ,, ,i,.,,.l , .,1. ,- 1 .........  .., " " /God and .m'ig'llbor must ol)erve the whole len ................. ,,:w'a,m,c .... g . )t ...... .. ;[, ...................... O-O ............................... lCOllanl3nlllllellts. And, as Mr MeAdoo so ..... ,I C)RRI';.I'(JNI)I,N(H,: IHe A/. )'..tl;He.v vel'y pl.'O )ol'lv ]'ell;lFks 11 ]'e-|s.txrq "Mh.,t .... " r, + '  " ,, " vt+t I Matt,, ;, , i,, I cat, "' Gu,  , o"D.,l 4n oPiti,; ........ e .. . ' . " " ,., ,,, ,,., ,t I/Itl't, IOUS (.xam[He gills would lal]r tl.a,, ,:dnt.:d, t ' iul., ,.;. ,. s uhl rc..h us t,ot l.,* . ,., , ....... ,_:,t;ttt ot con(lILle| S O11 15111,'.4 IS a Id "I),, ,.,4 ....  --, , ,. -. 2 " wet ,, '. - . ....... ,, c,,,rc .... c s tl,, -s ........... ,.,L,L. }tlH, I WIIII; a Flffnl;oOUS CI!S1ZC'I1SJllp wouht de- , ,  t,t ,,q el tl'C CD'Iy Ill I}llS III;IIL('I iS Ci)l"d ll)' -llll,tl't., ,,,,',, th.ey want a quarrel m a ref, trm? The. day ix 1):tat! velop in ttlis great democracy, if each public of- ............................................................................. when the United Stales needed immigrants, ........................ . ................... ,x,,,,,g,,,, t,:d,t .ficial would observe Lhe .'reat men,- precepts of ' " ......... . ............................... : ............................... :;ificily spe:tkinff, and bece her obli'ation is not]lhe A colll vm(:l,.,, +; ahotv "' 'e (hard,;m" shmlld be add esscd to t, acy._;,.2._.  ,.,. .... .L' .3t. w,.,, ................................................................. .,' .......  .,,,.,,., so muct that of a host to invited gu0sts, but to un-" wouldDeC'alu'Ue'a/so be truE.,Andof privMeWhat islifetrueif thef publieindividuallife ,H, .x;. ,xppmtv,x. i,\\;'ied, and in sonm casc, unwe!eome p.ues:s, as well as the ol'fiei.d lived accoro."no, to the (;os.- i On 1| return to Washington after t The (;d;l [i; iS the oI[mi;tl Ol-t3I I t*t Ille |1 CeS,. ' 41 rec, r I I c - . -- ............. . ................. ...... ' "" ...... '""'"';"" }I 3,'; , ttRts. _Advanee reports. ,)1' the l)rosI)eCts i:6r our Ca' l,ho- W()IHI) N1GI,I)SV" ,  SPII:ITUALITY inrareaddressinorsa.anizations., representatiVeSsaid that whatt' s o of .tte Rock lic schools are so promising that wc are disposed Four years have passed since the si,," ' ,; of the ............. ,ntn, needed \\;vas "'a more practical a _.:.,-., .......  to find in the plmnomenon a new illustration of armistice that ended the World War. and the. fundamentals of uelig'ion to all the --- ............. "'-'''" ]the saying that the foes of religion vr:ng out ii:s .....................................................................................  FHen ds. world still writtles with the xVOUlldS of the coil- of I/lell." flict. Many peoples are in distress, and some are By virtue of their position and THE (,UAIH)IAN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1(.)2;1 To be sure the, re are. still some Catholies who verging on despair. ...... either becatme of the obsession that sccuhu, edu- ence, ex-President Wilson, the late It wax not to be expected, of eourse, that with l/ardinff, and General Perhing were a EmberThe SeventeenthDay,;, ........................... the StlndaYo..o ........... after_ ......... I'etecost cation ix supe.)'ior or that it affords greater op- the signing of the peace treaty there \\;vou]d be a nose, as well as any men " in the whole butPer(;unitYlhe greatfv bulkadvancementc, l' Cathoiicsr social reco.,,,'nition, I quic k restoration to pre-war conditions and hap- underlying cause of world unrest, and Autunlllal days of lasting all(i today are showir',;'[ piness. The struggle was too bitterly carried on, [al I of the opinion that that cause is a prayer,sept..ln,,-,,fall')l...,,..oon Wcd.,a;:day, I day and Saturaay, proper appreciation of thin's Cathohe, and :f a I too long draw: out, and too terribly destruct:ive  ituality. lar,(..,,'er percentage of Catholic children are not in . ......... .', ....... ................. o-o ...................... ,, .... , ,  . .......  .... ','an; (ltle nla;erlai recovery and ue res. t The evident, sad l'aet is that natioll t.Al.lJlO)lC SCFIOOIS, l IS i)ecallse, o1," distance, the ,,,_,.:_._ ,, ., , , , ., , ," ;. ,' What an ideal worhl this wou/d be to live in, if . . .............. / ..... abion () amity )eween tne com:enanp" )e(mms scarcity ot ralnea ualllOJlC eaenel's, the eeo- ,, --, - , - - statesmen are not llOW ffovcrning'their capital and labor wou/d live in such harmony I .... t,tlt there was general antleH)ation and confidence I  " ' ' " a Chrstmn conceptmn of j ustme. heroic conditions that prevail in some parishes, that the worst effects of the war would be more{i s advantae, and to seek advanta that there would be security for the wot'ker or for some other equally valid reasons, s Bishop transient than they have proven to be. Peace, in war, not to strive for peace. They against hunger and homelessness, and security to MeDevitt points out in a recent number of The capital against slackness and snk.s. /., . . " " ' " ccle.wast.,cal Review. the true sense of the word, has not come, nor has that Christ promised peace only to ............... o-o ......... there been any amelioration of the hate and self- will. The r , " Whenever, therefore, the Bishops of the Church . " P ocLunatmn of maml law in an adjoin- - , .............. mhness whmh brought on the maa butchery in r.... .,, -, ...... ;..,.; ...... 4, o,,;tia il'lff state h,,,,,e t.l.. ,, -- , .... 111 2America are 1;empl;e(1 Eo oewall 1;he numoer ot ...,_:_,. , ..... .,,. . . , . , , tHy ,j, , alpxCa,un uI ,...." ..... :. -, ...... o udtb lawlessness SElll orevails in ..... , .......... wmcn bteit milliOns o1: men perlsAeu. lne sacl r,, . . .,. .. , , naris of .h; ........ :--. ,- , - " "- kJal;nOllC enHaren wno are uncler nOll-Uatnollc Ill- a ..... _ :_ ,,_  , ...... can tvnl'lSi;lan ClVlllZaLlOn De savea. . ..... s uuutl'.y t 11 is a sail comnleP-- ....... I rutn s tna l;ne nal;lOnS are IlO llOW llVln in our ci "" -' .." ..... ". u,, fluence, they may find comfort in .the thought " g ------------. .... whzatmn to imd so many citizens ready on .... , .......... :, ! peace but under what anaounts to an armed truce ; ," - ,' tna sucn a sae oI m,ngs is mevlat),e in a,mosZ[ I EI)ITORIAL BROAD the shghtest provocatmn, to usurn -he nnot-ir ..... , " ' ., and hate and selfishness seem to h,tv( s lead and .  , . ., ,_ t.._ f-..-c ...... s every instance, and in ue I)rospect that the strug-  .... " P " { of the duly elec.ted officers of the law , been intensified rather than lessened. , ' gles of a pioneer Churcn are rapidly passing F n ........... ' ............ O-O ............. , , " ' t 1; lS acurai ma ne SOULS oI all men of ,oodt4, ...... -----. If the Itahns and (]reeks settle their dis,-ute  away, and that soon conallons wll! be such that Iwill should be distressed by the deplorable condi-I NO REAL MENACE v a Cathohc educatmn, nora the prmamy depart by suffgestmn horn the L tmns now revmhn m Euro e The Post Dspatch emmds the '" ' " eague.of Nations, we' . .... i' .. '., , ..'=. ' 'i'[ " 1 "" g " p, and which are . ' " . " ' " " . " I inenl to ne tJnlversll;y Will soon De wnnln reacn ..... ' shall be shown how dep/orable m our ,,ositio- -,.,- {banefully affecting all cwhzed peoples Recently[they have yet to conquer only the v ..... - f ve ' " "' ch'] ' ' " " . we ze ' don t' settle their o e ry Cathohc 1 d l main outside. If they dis-I ..... /there have been expressions from three of the[ the press, the churches and the col putes and war ensues, then we'll be toId that ourl  ........ : ....... o-o ............ most distinguished Americans'in regard to th, un- ihat" the Klan was started as a mov entrance into the League would prevent it So| EXCELLENT ADVICE trest in the world which merit the thoughtful con- Catholicism and Judiaism as religi there you go. " " l So many cynical things have been said about]sideration, not onlsof their own countrymen, but still exists for that purpose. The ..................... o-o-- ........... |patriotism that it is a relief to have something/of all men who love their fellows and who believe Jews are well able to take care of The gift of being quotable is a precious one said about it from the lips of a punic man. Mr. in the divine power that shapes the destinies of this struggle. This is not a r lhcre was nothinl," mythical or code of living preached l)y Jesus "All of His tcwhin's were based broad ground of fraternalism and derstanding, from which flows Those \\;vho read the extrael, s from article and the e, xtracts from the ]ate President Ilardinff will see 'veat statesmen were thinkig the at the same time, and were both inl tilem utterance throtgh their welfare of maukin0. Bishop Turner of Buffalo seems to possess it. In McAdoo has recently nmde about it a statement nations and peoples according to their deserts. Jewish nation or a Protestant nation. an address to graduate,, on "Th  ' ' " .' ' " s e Eoots of truelthat will be quoted ofte, in the future, and inci-lThe three men re:ferred to are Woodrow Wilson, Ku I{]ux Klan, led by such lying Education" he used these wm'ds: ','The Church dentally, ought to be a rebuke to those who claim/who was President of the United States through- Menace" and other anti-Catholic was supposed to fear what was called freedom of Ire have a monopoly of that virtue. After using'out the. World War, and who was the accepted started this anti-American cons thouobt. I declare to you now that the Church/the fine epigram, "Patriotism is not a percent- Ispokesman of alk the Allied Nations in the pre- I no real Ku Klux menace. Publicity has more to fear from the inability to thitk " /age," he goes on to show how the highest type oflliminaries leading to peace, the late Warren Ga- I needed to prevent such a menace ' ............... o-o .......... I patriotic citizen may be produced, maliel Harding, who succeeded Mr. Wilson as{headway. With all of which we Klamsn  ' "Ibactme the undamen 1 ,  ]Pemdent, and General John J Pershln ] "  is truly def'ned in the words of Grand l :." -" . : ta Ch'istian precepts .... " ' " g. agreement and we eommend the I)ragon Jewell of Okahoma when he said: ,only/and- you will be a good and useful citizen. And if l In the Au,.ust, number of The', Atlantic Monthly Post-Dispatch, on the K. K. K. one power in the world can make the Ku Klux/you are a good and useful citizen, you will make/Mr" Wilson had an article which was entitled Western Watchman... Klan unmask, and that is the imperial wizard."/a genuine contribution to democraey and to your/''The Road Away from Revolution." tie began! All government hangs on the whhns of a wiz-tcountry's welfare, however humble the paFc vouthe aFcicle with these words: ] IRELAND IN THE LEAGl . . * ,  - ., ' ard, one Dr. Hn'am Evans by name, and by fame,/'may be called upon to play. It is not given to In these doubtful and anxmus days, when all] The little Emerald Isle in whose known to the world in question marks as to whom every man and womal] to be great in the sense the world is at unrest and, look which way you and romm)ce, tragedy and ha and what he is outside of a profiteer on the in-lthat we ordinarily use that term, but true great- will, the road ahead seems darkened by shadows ldespair are so strangely blended, ness does not consist in high.place or power, dt which portend dangers of many kinds, it is only into her own. Her sons wh 9 have visibilities of Mgots and fanatics, and in the finallconsist s in the quality and character oi' the indi- common prudence that we should look about us for and against almost every cause analysis, genuine boobs. ............. .,, _ and attempt to assess the causes of distress and several centurms, as well as fm nd ................ O-O V1OUal, allfl 111 ;ne KlnU O17 service ne rencters 111   s ' " ,' "s " *B In these d ys of tie,then to the thm,s thai a the at alloted t hm m t the most hkely means of removing them selves n ' . - :: .... " " ' " : . " , " : p-I p' : ' : o " " he tasks of our corn- " ,, ' . . . " ,, s , a d whose valor has ably a ' ..... , The world has been made safe for democracy, lishing freedom for others now have peal to the senses, t is a hopeful sgn to fred mlmon life. Be a good etmen, that sums up ev-, .............. o ........ . , Mi'ct im!i'debeaTy:DiS,*,PfEt!iiT:Be:Ai!!": Atehr.:!:!fdh:ii::ia!hiiu!ii*l*a:i:sluP0ra0et:;i!c ie:it r hanothi:/iiii:!;vWeasi:i!'!ii! i!!liY:nh:di!igttitrei,d!hdg!kf!icii i g t , ". l,,' t mystics of the Western /e,. ntages One hundred per cen is the mathe-/ ' ' "'" " , ' casions, a discouraging one It I r , . , .... .. faces democrae mmstent m erahve World Saints Augu,tme, Gtegmy, and Bernad,|matmal ecuatmn for mfechon n t Y, , P times even a aradox that h0 ..... " : " ' ". ' ' " , ' ' " i ' p " " ,a d one must no , ..... " ..... " P those w the reviewei says that the eader ises flom the lbe so )harmmcal as to cla) h tne ls a n rfoetl Jne road that leads away from revolution,"lable to lead others o eourn,on,h, .nd - f, ook wtha genuine sense of something- gained. I citizen under the guise of" Ltth:matical etion[ ,3fs:eVeS:ha:tmued' ':s c.learly marked." He have been so inel)-and-f'[ile 'in "-e he nature of men and of o amzed selves And, he concludes, among so many books of{or otherwise Patriotism is not a matter of ' : ' " " "g' " . But the time has come whe thi o t th'.ts't ".at d all sa . , co -' , . ' , .. , ..... . . , ' " " - - - ," .. . !t. , , . . . s s r, a , gte e o y " As a n athemahcs h socmty dmtates the maintenance m every field of s m thew own han ' m , t as no llmtahons Patrmhsm I ds to do wth it aS " " "  I actin fthe i I tnbutmn to modmn s chjllo even mine than t s  h ghest and purest standard of Gladstone and P , " " . " P Y g3 r " . i,.  matfer of..l-ualitv,, of sacrifice, of soul. It. is . .. ,, " _ . .  " - anell, O Conn.,ell s to rehgmn, Fathe Butler's Volume is enhtled a tlanscendent thin an ] , lustlce and right deahng" Emmet an ". . " " . " . ', ..... " g, d "s not proved by asser- " tie . . d Redmond and all the oth , _ " "'' concluded with this very im ressive state- labore t6 a vet high place, verations of perfection or mere protestations By . . ' - P 1 d for hish independence uoon ................. o-o practicing Christian virtues, by obesrving high mere;, The sum of the whole matter ]s thin, that I bttle or in the halls of parhament, The very latest: "The Ku Klux Klan in Okla- moral standards and by making unselfish sacri- .ur, civilizdti, on cannot survive materially unless be in that other w6rld, must hear homa unmasked tcday cn orders of Gov. J'.'C. r " 't e redeemed snirituall_ y It can be saved on.l happiness that Ireland has rice to the high command of duty, you will become',, " ." : Y the news . . ...: IDy oeeommg permeated with the s irit of Christ on Walton. At ceremonie, and initiations held last a patriot ard prove worthy of citizenship m the nd "" . . p . ted full equality with the other night (Sept. l(}) no robes, masks or other regalia " ,, a oemg maae Iree and ha ) b " globe into world league whose greatest democracy the world has ever known.. I , ",- . , , PI Y y the prachces a VfllCn S rln r ' " P I, out of tna spirit. Only thus can serve the peace of the world It is were worn." T. .... discontent be driven out and all the shadows lifted, that the admission of the Irish Three c, heers and'a ti'er for G-c. Walton, who _ _,---.--)-.---2---L-)_ , " from the road ahead fullassociation wit . orders the 100 per cent Americans to show 100 A II'FIESHING U()NTRAST "Here .... " . .. , I " , h the League  s the final challenge to our churches, be the final cha ter of per cent of their manliness (?) and worthy citi- We often hear the Decalogue, and ,the Sermon l ......... ' _. ] " P . . a long story zenship. They may not be able to show much .... ...... ' {o our ponuca organlzauons, andto our capital-/bioodshed , sus icions e. on me vtoun represenea as possessing me po- - , , . . . .! " P , p: judice, p , . . , ]ss---m every one wno ears God or loves his jreprisals and sufferin - I manly beauty but like muzzled dogs, they look tency to solve all puzzling problems, ou we ao o"untr ........... ' : g and woe. better with the opeti faces, not often find those general statements reduced ,_.-__ L " nan we no,,au earnestly cooperate to llturesque history of Irelard under the This forced unmasking may be all rlght for Ok- to a-actical ex-ression as Mr McAdoo reduced rmg m ne new aay-: I of poetry and romance, shadowed lahoma, but we do hope that Governor McRae mem m a recen aaaress m me umverm W o ......... . . _ . ] Y P " , no character of Arkansas does not have to order the unmask- '" P I" P, -- " ....... I Coincidently with the appearance of this arti-'ti:aged and des air .,, Southmn Cahfornia, and 'in that he forms a re cm oy vr. wimon to be exact, on date of August' strikingly than that of the eIoc " " " " - 2--George B. Christian, Jr., secre'ary to Presi- petuous young Robert Emm( ing of our local boobs. We know their cast so freshing contrast with the Senator who had the'dent Harding, in present/ing to the Hollywood 25 years gave his life to his well,it is j, ustthatasfrwellthetosakeavoidftheArkansaS'public exposuremanlineSS'of boldness to say on one occasion in Washinon Commandery No. 56, Knights Te.,p-ar, the inter-.had been convicted of treason by that the Ten Commandments had no place in. Inational traveling beausant of the order, .read an and sentenced to be executed, their fanatical features, when egged on by Wizard business or politics." After deploring the tend- / address written by the President, which he was himself of a bitterly defiant s or Dragon "to do" their neighbors and their ency of our day to pass laws to cure every e/il, l unable to deliver, being then on what proved to c]uded with these words: friends. and to solve every problem, the former Secretary! ........ o-o  ,,. De n]s aeatnoed in San Francmco In the course "When .... of War insisted that if evezy public official and' , . I htmmns n ex ediencv in I , . lot his address the President wr re" ' my country takes her nations of the earth, then, and The dependence of pol o p ever  o .. " y e'tmen" observed the Ten Commanamens, "I am sure in" . " " stead of principle is well, illustrated by, the r:er- I there would be little need for sumptuary legisla a fail:re ff ts e m,smon of the beausant will be my epitaph be ence of Lord Birkenhead to Mr. Wilson s alr'smjtio n and he ,,roceeded to "rovehi .... "qon ir*.e I - " " " travels are made simply a matter written." Apparently the time has come for " --' ..... "'-~*he Lea,rue of Nations for his Lord / , . _ v .... v  v,,, .., u, of symbolism and a eantr It,beas emblazon an auvocac,,  _ ._ ... , . 'i' ,... 'Icourse oI his sp,enaia aaaress to the students of l d u,o  -, ,. ' P gl': .[,., . " . z ,- writer to do his work, and the ship frankly and bluntly appeatea o sen:-mteresfthe University Legislation is of little value in  v ,, t tne suppncanon: 'ot unto us, t lorn, world, including even Great Britai: as a proper motive for usto getintothe affairs oflthe matter of'refo'--- if t'- ', . " ,Inot unto us; but unto Thy Name be the Glory ' flere will be neither occasion nor 'm rathe hind on he c Premdent" to " " rm, ne conscmnce ]s no '2 ?;lyd rg2O:;fy :by dl':ra N:f-2l;b Europe It touched, and the consemnce cannot be successfullYlwo words to be erased P o  phis. "i