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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 8. 1927 Page Seven TO EHLIGHTEH [JUSTICE DOWLING t :u:22 [ RETURNS PRAISING "' " " " : EX|O01 THE NEW ITALY ,our for your won- derful letter to the Bishops on the National Catholic Welfare Confer- FOREGOES BRILLIANT ooo_ sidered the most Catholic republic in South America. It had an excellent OPERATIC PROSPECTS w ch, ovo oo the national Faith, was an example to FOR THE PRIESTHOOD omo other Latin-American govern- ments. Press of America is in a tion to Bolshevism, above all others to remedy says: The gratitude of the will therefore go out to will help him to make the to the civilized nations to alleviate the miseries of region, and of a whole borne downby the hardest and Mr. Williams nor A1 Smith has a long habit of breaking records and he has just "It is an essential part of the added another to his long list. Pope's peace program or policy con- The chief executive has been "fin- tinuously and with growing emphasis gerprinted to appeal in every way open to him And the finger prints are on record against what he regards as the men- in the state prison department. Here ace of Bolshevism, which every day, is how it happened. in his view, becomes more threaten- The governor was going through (By N. C. W. C. News Service.)~ New York, Sept. 19.---There will be no showing of the photoplay, ~'The Callahans and the Murphys" in Cin- cinnati this season,qt is stated in the Exhibitors Herald, published here. Decision to put a ban on the film was taken at a conference between local theater owners and Safety Director TO Readers of The Guardian Mel 'S Guaranteed Strap Watches, Cushion Shape, Polished Nickel Cases. Regular Established price $10 Ladies' 14-k Solid White Gold Wrist Watches, Newest Shapes 15 Jeweled of religious persecutions ing. Against the forces which favor the capitol when he came upon a Glover Smith of Cincinnati, the Her- Movement. Fully guaranteed ............ Bolshevism, or those which would booth where the state prison depart- ald~ says. . rid ] l~. - ]] | ] l'~ ~qff like this persecution has accept it as an accomplished fact--- ment were getting finger prints ready[ The OrPheum Theater was the first n@gmar Lsl:aDIlSIIe(I trice, known in history, not even first centuries of the Church. to be dealt with cautiously, perhaps, for exhibition at the state fair. The lto withdraw the film and others fol- __ ....... en, even under Nero, Caligula but at any rate to be recognized as a governor stopped to look things over[lowed suit P G. ROEMER t )initian, there was no general going concern the Holy See opposes and before he knew~it someone sug-I t ' 411 BOYLE BUILDING ~ all its influence, gested he be fingerprinted. [ABBEY CLOSED AFTER ~~,~,=,o, ~ ~o it[on of private religion in Smiling, the governor consented.] 600 YEARS, TO REOPEN ~ ..... _ . . ~ ,~ the catacombs or the eeme- SOUTHERN CATHOLIC However, he remarked: [ | ; now in Mexico nothing that is WOMAN, A MEMBER "What am I charged with?" I (By N. C W. C. News Selwice.) | " 1 ,, Paris, Se t25 The restoration c is tolerated, not even the OF OLD KLAN, DEAD W'th being a good governor, re-[ " P " ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ql~ ~F~ i, ~ [ .plied Miss Clara L Parsons, who has]f the ancient 31bbey of Nonenque, ~ ~ ~ Jl, I[~l ~m~.~ ~ | celebration of the Mass and Y .... " .) g " sin the prison[ ' " , "- ~J~l~J~i~~l NO~ff~ 0 [ (B N C W C News Service char e of the record whmh was founded in 1145 by Gmr ninistration of the Sacraments, Nashville, Tenn, Sept 27 Mrs department laud, Abbot of Sylvtmes, is now being l nent for which has in many Bridgette Agnes Friel, 87 years old:l Afterward it was explained that [actively carried on. On its comple- ,T,v Try. ~Y~r~ r~T-, ~,~r~-~#-~'~,.r,v ,~,v,'~J" )een the death penalty, and al- out Catholicand during the lseveral of the other state officials t " . .... a dev tmn the hmtorm building will be lrlr., L.~_I~IJ L/IP I"I" )I IUDIIII fines, imprisonment and mur- Y econ- ad their finger prints tal~en to[ ...... - [ outrages. Massacres are ofdark da s of the Southern r had h opened for the return oI the ~nar ~ccurrence. Every sort of bru- ~:uc:in2eto;~ tt~: fo:th To~n:l;:ge b:a:i~:dpl=nte~e~r:f~ic~:~sa~m:h~tdIet ];~:7~t:rnSth~Ta::ge :~1~: For Men and.Women who are wllhng to devote all [ ack on Catholics is committed . ., "[ Y "]lawsex,~U;n,, religious con~re~a or part their time to life insurance work. I r npunity. The most criminal ance to ~ne original Ku Klux Klan, I partment, however, that the records/~'~'" ~ " - - | died here yesterday. I of the officials were entirely sepa-]tlmns ___ ~ ~ .... .. We pay liberal commissions and give necessary as- [ [ize:e is fromemplyedthe fMtht forCeinto themcorrup_tO Born in Leesburg, Va., in 1840, ]rated from the 'prison records. [in ~nOthe A~t)eYDe artment~ ~onenqUe,of Ave-WmCnro~ in~S smtance" and instructions" to new agents. | Mrs. Friel came to Tennesseee wi hl I ,- ,~P -~. -'~^ Lwithstanding~d civil and moraltheiranarchY.noble re- e " IRI southern l, rance, was cmsea in ~'goo, : I ou f ..... her par nts, Bartholomew and Bridg-I SH JESUITS ARE | .......... f y eel that you m ght be interested m the hfe , ~ Du~ aurin i~s six nunarea years oz . . ette O Brien Rooney, who settled in l ASSIGNED TO HONG ['ife it g" " n its'~abbesses,the[ insurance work wnte to | e---winning the admiration of y ounty. On her mothers side l KONG UNlVERSlTY[~.~eatest families of the Auvergne, I i Maur c ' 1 eoun~eu amo g ~es, and of the whole world she was a descendant of Michael[ -- |~'. ..... ' . ^ .. .... I ~ ! i news the fact--this people of O'Brien a rev^l- *: ....... "~-'-- I ........... /notably one oz the ae ~assemaus. me ! , ~ uu,a~y ~oxmer. I ~Y ~ ~. W. ~. News ~erviee) /last Abbess of Nonenque was thet ~r,r~w-~ r~awr~,,~ 1.1 ~ , [ mrs and martyrs finds hardly Her first husband, Charles Mac-] Dublin, Sept. 26.Father~ Richard ]Reverend Mother Felicie de Pardail-[ J][~-l'~l'~ as KAL,r.,I, t eneral . gent i to respond to their cry for aid Cormac, died in a Confederat~ camp [Gallagher, Daniel McDonald, and [lon I .......... .',,. | ; them from utter ruin, and to in the first year of the Civil War[Patrick Joy, of the Irish Province of[ " t t}lO ~eaeral l~anK BUllfllng, / [l ci~'ilized nations, and indeed In the late sixties she was married to ]the Jesuit Order, have been appoint- [RAILROAD MAGNATE'S ~ LITTLE ROCK, ARK | (ole human race, from the in-captain James Friel, whp had served[ed to the University of Hong Kong,| WILL GIVES $50,000 TO [ [ \ " | f a savage persecution now be- in the First Texas Cavalry of the]and are about to sail to take up duty| SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY| ~ ~o~,~.~.~o,,~_ ~~ !o [erated in this ~wentieth cen-iconfederate army. After the war, [there . | * \ he boasted era of civilization Iwhen the first Klan was formed by a I Father Gallagher, who has been or- / (By N. C. W C. News Service.) I I | ogress. I group of young Southerners at Pu ohn E' ;he whole press, the whole ha-I ...... -ida[ned eight years, wasfor sometime| Sa~a Clara, Sept 12.--J .~| _ ~ . o _ ~ -:=-_ - .... , lasM, z~rs. e'rieb an ardent sympa .... xt ate who died' A rebel of ' 0 f the United States can find]., . /teaching in the Jesuit College, Gal-[~e on, railroad magn , I I ,ortune remedy for this discs- I~nizer' ~oin~d her aid to that of other / ....... !recentl-- in San Francisco, --rovided, I ~r~ ,. o, ,~ ~ ,, . ......... |way, ana has recen~ly been on tne~ y P I I 12.verlasung otren~tn - ", , women o~ the section m pro~eetmg r s ' ~ "~ staff of Gardmer m hm will for a $50,000 t u t for ocial catastrophe, it will meriti .... ] " Street Church, 1" " " | I II I g glory ~in thehistory of civi-I~nelr homes. [Dublin. Fathers McDonald and Joy]three scholarships at the University'| Monahan's Memorials of mas- [~ =-: - - i| | unced b I slve marble or gramte are beau and religion." I The Klan of post-civil war days, it]have suP- recentl-- finished their]el Santa Clara, it is anne . Y | , " ~ -.' : - - - | I r ~ Y . ~iful forever. See our designs ~ ' Views of Mexican Persecutionlwlllbe emembered'wasdmtmctfrm~Wertianshi'~which the" s*'ent in]the Rev Cornelius J. McCoy, S- J.,t[ ......... [1~11[ ~ II I .... . ,, P ] , " tn or write, we prezer to aem Ill I lL,'lt /I I [s article, discussing the Pope s the present _day Ignorant and b~gote~ [Paray le Menial, France. , preslaent. . . . [ ! with you personally and have ~,l ~ "~-'?"" ~/n I I body winch has appro rlated the old Sexton sh ulated m hm will that , , the character of the Mexicanl . , otis "] Three Jesuit Fathers from the "P i | no agents. !/~ ~/ l] | : er organization s name. In the orig-/irish Province we .............. [twa of the scholarships must be for, I [lll~l~ " _ [ I : ttion, Mr. Williams says: j ~ atreauy on I~nVl ............ t I Mark Every Grave [nl , ~ - IJ [ tt Russian Bolshevism plays a[inal Klan there was no religious in-[staff of the Hen~" Ken- Universit-, I resments o~ ~l l)orauo county, in ~a~-.i ~i ~ ~, ==, tolerance, tFather Geor e B ~ne isthe su erie; ][fern[a, and the third for a resident ~I [~[ [ f not the leading part in the] g yr ' P ' th MONAHAN & SON and hi of ~ state of Nevada. between.the Catholic Church I---HEISTIC PUPILS' s two fellow workers are Fa.th- PARi~NT~ 1JUr.!! nI~ ] S Neary and Finn. The last named[~InN.rr.rv ~..~r~ ' l l ~. Calles Government of Mexico I A~ er [ 410-412 W. Markham. , . ........... l~ already lecturing in Chinese, a belief held by Pope Plus Xl.] NOTIFIED IN N.Y.].~" ........ [ DIOCESE ORGANIZES -I the measures initiated andI ]language. winch .he segan to s uoy[ FOR $S00,000 --- - - -: :------ -:-- -- i only~welvemonths ago thrughbythepresentMexi-I New Yot~ke Sept. 27. Asidefrom~ " [ ~ "~ ; ~- )vernment surpass in severitY]notifying parents of children ex-[1000 AT~ [ (By N C W C News Service) ~ LILq_ r,_ .--, o , , ,s or regulations that any Gov-I " atheistic -" ~ c [ ' W C ~ Fresh " ~'~ "o-:t 29 Active ef 14, ILL ~ ~one~e t'oou~all cne ule $ : ~t would be justified in en-[pressmg senumen~s, no a -/ SWINGS OPTIMISTir''~'~'v " [ o ...... ~ep . .-- "14. ~.~ - ........... ~. .... _,[ i is equally his conviction, itmn will be taken by the school au-] '~'~'~" [forts to organize central California '1' " , .......... : ~ : thor[ties OfelsNtew York against the[ INTO CONVENTION WORK[~ommittees of laymen to raiseafundi_~ ~r.~ ,~-z, ~ ;these statements fail, though iJuniorl Ath" "c League, in its el-| "B N C W.-'-~. N .... [of $500,000 to liquidate debts and l~ Saturday, October 8---Harding College ........... at MorriRon~ '~ themselves, to express thetforts to conduct.a membership cam-[ ~rY ." : : ~ews ~ervlce) [undertake new construction in the 471~ Saturday, October lS---Ouachlta College ........... -...at Little Rock sense of the true nature Of lpaign among high school students of[ washington,. ~ep~;. zT. The seven-[parm'hes of the Diocese of Monterey- 4. Friday, October 28 Henderson Bro~~l~- Dot:d: ~: ;tments against the Catholic th Cle~~5~!! in Mexico, for Plus XI be-[ :S=htTp:l:h~ decision of the schooll~O::;ila:;C::hnotlli:njfomt%: N?ut~g:llFrcS::~te= P:l~rbs: organized inlt SF::d:d:Yl~12::eb:rbe;15 iS/:::sTe ~ ' my;e a persecutionlat thepersecutionCalles recordedenactments[that sur-[ ~drmm:2t~hta~in rStheWhj=i2eoYrganization [:v2Were in into its real business yesterday, wlthogmr::entha:f thT~i~d virt~i':l~ I payra~iPa:v:hever taO p:bt:2 o?twobSCrlPears.Llns [~ Saturday, (NA::::tbC:r 2Da4~Arkansas1 ech---.:.---..--...~.._.atRusselviUe2~'~'----'"'"---'-'"'a~azel:V:::eqp ~ intends to propagandize among stu-[ Y e egates t'm . [The money will be used in retiring a l~ (Tha~ksgivingDay) dents, relying mainly on a parody of [The large ballroom of the new May-[part of the present debt and in meet-I~: Saturday, December 3--College of the Ozarks ............. ~t Little Ro~k ~[ drd conviction held by the[ the Bible published in ,pamphlet]flower hotel, headquarters of the con, ing a pressing need for new construc-] 4. , _ ~ that the civilized wend out- form. vent[on, was filled for every session, tion. [ ~ In the archbishop's luggage is a tel Williams, Editor ~of Commonweal, Gives Special Message Which (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) ence. They will continue to repeat (]~y N C W C News Service ) . ...... complete cricket set, wMch he will Received in Rome in Audience With His Holiness and Cardinal New York, Sept. 27. Victor J. the refrain 'It is not only useful but Boston Sept 27--Declining an ' ' " nresent to the dmeesan sen[mary at ,ar~'i Vatican View of Menace of Bolshevism Pope's Dowling, Presiding Justice of the necessary,' and they implore for assured contract as baritone with the.~3o eta where British ames are the Peace Program. Appellate Division of the Supreme themselves and their work your Apes- ~ietropolitan Opera Company and alllvo:ue. g ' Cour~ of New York, returned yester- relic Blessing." that such an opportunity implies, Ar-" N. C. W. C. News Service) ] side of Mexico is almost entirely day from his first visit ~o Europe. York, Oct. 2. In an article in ignorant of the character and extent Justice Dowling, one of the coun- Receive Holy Communion in Body thur tIagan, one of the most prom[s- GENE TUNNEY GIVES The day began with a Mass at'St,ing young singers in America, has $1,000 TO REPAINT 's New York Times written by I of the religious persecution under try's most prominent Catholics, to- Matthew's church ...... entered the St. John's Ecclesiastical .... ' ........ tel Williams, editor of the Ca-nCalles, because the latter and his gether with George MacDonald, also , where ~ne sere-~ ...... ~ CATHOLIC RECTORY gates received Communion in a bodv. ~emmary, t~r~gh~on, ~c prepare xor __ weekly The Commonweal, there'supporters have been successful in of New York, had a lon~ interview ~ and ended with "International Night'~ the pmesthood. New York, Oct 1 Gene Tunne , rsa special message from Pope preventingthe truth becoming w~th Hm IIoliness the Pope while i~ " ' "-- Y at the Mayflower hotel, at which Protege of Otto Kah~, president of who successfully defended his title KI making a plea for. enlighten-. "_ [ known.",.. . r' riedRme'bvathefUllNreprtc wfcWhiChNewsWaS car-. greetings from Action de la Femme the Metropolitan Opera Company of of heavyweight champion of the bhc opmmn concerning the ~eh I IL m made plum by Mr. "~ fllmms . ~ .... Serwce .... m a recent release Durin his aud~ persecutmn m Mexico. [ that while the Holy Father regards ~ . g _ of France and the Catholic Women's New York, and of Josei h C. Lannon, world in his fight with Jack Dempsey ~ ence with the Hol Fathe~ Ju~hce . Wflhams receixed the message [the Memcan persecutmn as lnhmate- D y ,. .. League o~ Canada were read. In all former owner of the Boston American at Chicago, has sent $1,000 of his Cardinal Gasparri, Panal See-, ly connected with the great nroblem owhng was nominated Chamberlain there were three general assemblies, League Baseball cluh, Mr. ~Itagan will newly gotten wealth to defray the of State on the occasion of his of Bolshevism, at the same time he of the Cape and Sword, an office a smaller meeting on "legislation," sing henceforth only in the service of cost of painting the rectory of St. ........ which makes him an honorary me and thre rou~d-table conferences, the Church. Veronica's church here, where he Lo Rome, from which he has just } sees ~Jomnevlsm as ~ne cnie~ menace ' , ~- ber of the Pope s household Mr. Lannon was the first man ol ned. While in the Eternal City, It world peace, the other major " ~ still attends Mass. CATHOLIC SCOUTS . , . d a long audience with the Holy Iprblem with which the Holy See is The distinguished jurist had only ~av~v ~a~,~ ~w.r influence to hear the young man s When a boy, the noted hghter at- ;r. i concerning itself, praise for Italy under the rule of ................ splend~!t baritone voice. It was at tended the parochial school of St. his accompanying article in The I "In regard to .... the su- Mussolini. He said he was impressed.-- Lannon s summer home, The Bal- Vero~ic-, ..... "~- ~, the recipient of the message preme importance of sa{~ng mankind particularly with the cleanliness of ~by . ~ W. S. New~ Se~vlce) ~ams," in New Hampshire, and so im- s it clear that His Holincss re-lfrom another great war it is an the streets and the complete absence imnaon, ~ept. 26. Belgmn Catho- pressed was he that hc contrived to FESTUS WADE LAUDED tbe Mexican situation as inti- ! open secret in Rome that some too- of beggars. Everyonc, he said, seem- lic Boy Scouts, on holiday here, say- have Otto Kahn hear Hagan. AT ST LOUIS REQUIEM ed the life of a drowning man on the " "~ 7 bound up with one of two mentous utterance is almost moment- ed to be working hard for the up- Thames, near Windsor Castle. They I Opportunity for study and then ad- . -~- ,-~" problems which just now are arily expected from the Pope," Mr. building of the eountry. St I ouls, ~ct 2 Funeral serv were in a motorboat when they saw ]vanced study was opened for the boy, ..... ~'ing the earnest attention of!~,Villiams writes. He tells of Pius "Mussolini wants foreign visitors," a canoe capsize and its occ'upantlbut while he availed himself of the ices, with Mass of Requiem, were )ly See. This is the problem of XI's gesture toward world peace on i he said. "He tom me in an interview ~,,sshn~ in the wa~er.] " i ..... " ~vism and the "union of the the day of his election to the Papacy[of his plans for cleaning away mod- ~ ..... " ~" " ~ opporunity, he kept steadfastly along held Friday in the Cathedral of St The Scouts reached the man, the way he had mapped out, and en-] ~oms for Festus J. Wade, prominent ed governments and peoples of ! then adds: [ern buildings which now hide the ......... l tered Boston College Catholic layman Archbishop Glen- ~rld" against it. Mr. WilliamsI "Since that day the Pope has hot'ancient monuments in the center of araggeu mm aooara w~tn a rope m. l tic an .... was a member of various non preached a short sermon, speak- an exhausted condition, and apphed[ g I ' ses at length the Pope's views ]relaxed his efforts to foster and en- Rome, and making it an international .... ing of Mr Wade as his ersonal artificial respiration, lmumcal crabs and was leading solo~.st [ ' P ~tivitic~ in connection with this courage all ideas, all movements, museum for all Europeans and Amer- Eleven Scouts are in the Bel~iar~lat the Boston-Holy Cross dual con-Ifriend, the friend of the poor and a le other great problemworld which, in his opinion, work for world [cans to enjoy." i ~;~i~ an t;~ ;::~"~"o'~"d""'~ol)e~ :hmoOng the ha: Justice Dowling said that during party including M. Etienne "Van cerLs at Symphony Hall. With three [c~tmen who had been an example of other collegmns, he toured New Eng chanty and of integrity and of loy eel, Chief Commissioner for the " -/ " ' " land as the Boston College Quartet alty to h~s rehgmn ~tican Message on Mex'co. movements whipp" -" se meas aria the three months he was ill Italy, Baden-Powell Scouts of Belgium, and "/ ' " "" " message on Mexico is as fol- mical to eace ?I~th:212::re ira- France and Belgium, he did not see[Dom Francois Attout, 0. S. B., of COLOMB~ ] Burial was in Calvary cemetery. / P "O of ~ne a single case of drunkenness. [ Maredsous, who is Chief Commis- ILeadin~ business men ~:~] ~ hun. Vatican, in the offices of the Roman He sai ........... I sioner for the Loue Scouts of Bel- LAUDED BY NUNCIOI orary ;allbearers. - ......... ~in and a~ain the voice of the _ __ . . ' u ~ur~ner ~na~ ~rem~er rein- ':' congregatmns, m the chancellerms of c r ............ [ as been raised both in solemn the di 1 ............ a e o~ ~rance ~oia mm that tnree,gium. p oma~s accrem~eo to ~ne vatl- tim~ ~ ~on ~ ....~ " " - c;~ ~.h.~ n~, ~).. ~u .~;~ . London, Sept. 26. After paying a[ .~---~--.--.-_ : : : : : = : : ions and encyclical letters to -a ........ ~ ......... u ........ to vlmt Amer c n ~ne number oz wmcn has grown[ca and had ea-~ ~;~ ~^~ * .... ~ ,_ ~".~ .'*'~Y.~,'~ , ~'.'~'~."- ...... .~'~.~'~ "~ brief visit to London, Archbishop Paul / I ~ $ . truth about Mexico to therem .,. -, .. ~ ..... ,,~ ~*~ u~ceu ~u speclat VlSU~O tO ~;nelr camp at ~.~on . . / - ........... m~amy since tne war--every one abandon the tri~ . Gmbbe, Apostohe Nuncio to Colom-i |I:~'~ODf~'TE' g'~IlD DU~ the care~u,lv, miu ,_marts ox spea,~s ..... o~ ~ne expected message on -" and chatted w,th the boys for anbia, has left Avonmouth for Bogotta, IT JU2"~ It l~l~xl-r.~ ~1%. I csecutors of the Church have the ......... hem'. following two months' leave in ItalY. it ADVERTISERS I suoject o~ worm peace ~nat is "At" FINGERPRINTED ~ed ~t being heard by all ln.~ts to come from the Pope " CHARGED WIT'" ;" .... ,, ~ Speaking of his work to the N C [ ~ I g; indeed, sometimes it has " r~ t~i~t; CALLAHAN-MURPHY ~. ~ . .... " , "~.L been understood at all, especi- Pope's Peace Program "A GOOD GOVERNOR" . _ w. t~. corresponoen~ here, ~ne arch- | - ............. PHOTOPLAY IS BARRED . - ............. such understanding would Then, linking up His Holiness' FROM CINCINNATI ":; ..... " - - ~ ...... ~'~'*-~ ,een most useful, peace efforts with his firm opposi-Albany, N. Y., Sept. 26. Gover- SPECIAL OFFER