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Page Six THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 5, 1927 I=~--:-~-== :-~-=-:=--:_~J--- _--=%" AD~Hr#|~|]~rb H~DT~[ i cials here believe that the permissions ~ A DR [J~V~{~ r)A'~' passed through dreds his ~ .......: ............. -- ..... ~! tihbllDl/~l'lUl" lltlhll [will be readily granted ~.s~J~,. [~'~l~.~t~ [~'~lt~ [benefited by his good work. l M" "1SSlOn o.o t1 If and when the remains come to Called to the priesthood, to study in Rome, and there English College he took the de , .~ '"' -'" -----'---' diocesan .... wi, ch IRRH PRIUATF doctor in both philosophy an~ ogy. A few years later he 0 " " "' " Ihsh' College at Douai. the Doctorate of Canon LaW. Father Heard who now b Msgr. Heard has from timer been the presiding judge of t clesiastical Court of the SoU -" " ' ' " " diocese He was one of the judges who heard the annulme: in which the Duke of Marlb was concerned INDULGENCE GRANTED ~ A ~ g GOODWILL CONGRESS November Hayes' Cardinal follows: IN COMMEMORATION ( CONGRESS AT B0L St Lores, Oct 97 Prominent , (By N. C. W. C. News Set Rome, Oct. 10/-In com~ tlon of the Eucharistic Congr ores, Col Patrick Henry Callahan of House, i AchwtmSp ] 0 Toole Church Louid]0bh atmns of Armmtme Da" flF flMAHA 1.~ B~.A~" England they will be taken to St. Ed- TRIRIITF Tfl |ATF 'q~fJ, '~,dv,tl.llaL,II, al,,al.,I, Ai, R, Ik,! iJ,IL,d,ILI, aI,B" ~ - ~ltA~ ~q.! A.dA~A~ i | ~ ~'~ ~ t mund s College, Ware, the Westmm- .- ...... -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-=-:-:-:-:-..'. RIIRI II FlMA" ]ster seminary, ]s re- ST WINAND'S MISSION HOUSE tWinand's School at the Baradel home I ~vatat~Lt zLI %Flvg.rlLa~tl[garded as the "successor" of the Eng- llLtJlbJ~l lltllV]tL'~tU McGEHEE. [All report having had a very fine By Rev. Thos. H. Lillis. [time. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) / Father Southworth is one of the 252 (By N. C. W. G. News Service.) ' ~ Mr M E Sherlandreturned Thurs-] Los Angeles, Oct. 30.--The Most[English martyrs whose' Cause for New York, Oct. 25 His Eminence Places Where Missionaries Spend the;day from Helena where he attended Rev. Jeremmh, J. Harry, Bishop of/beahflcatlon is now.proceed!rig in Cardinal Hayes has issued a tr,bute Ni~,ht [Federal Court ]Omaha and the first American Arch-[~ome. n ne is oeauilea, 1~ ~s proo- to the late Cardinal O'Donnell, Arch- Th~ n]~e~ whor~ missionaries l Mrs. Percy Neville returned Sunday lbishop of Manila, P. I, died at St.!able that hm remains will be taken bishop of Armagh, Ireland, who died spend the night are varied, and often-lfrom a ws,t w~th her mother at Itgt Agnes rectory here yesterday Westm.mster Cat!~edral and placed last Saturday. A solemn Mass of Re- ~ .......... ,,~ h,,+ , , , IS rin s ]an illness of two and a half years [m a specm~ shrine ~nere quiem is to be celebrated in St Pat .................. , .... h~r~ three, P g - - -f which that stand out-rominentl-! -- ]His Grace would have observed his l rick's Cathedral here tomorrow, for V'tho countr,* home we~ e~ui*,,~e~.I ST FRANCIS MISSION HOUSE. !74th birl~hday within a few days. IARCHBISHOP GLENNON the repose of the Irish Cardinal's ----" J "4 ~t~ 5'I " r the country hotel less well eouinned,[ By Rev. E. A. Hemmen. Archbishop Harry was born in St.I TO ASSIST ST. LOUIS soul. and the country home not equipped/ Louis, 5, ~853 He was thel statement at all. | Wynne. i son of Andrew and Julia (Murphy) | "The admirers of the late Cardinal ~ .....~. ~. ..... 11 .... ~.....n'~] Many, if not most, of our readers Harty After attending St Louis] ~ O Donnell in America are saddened a ~lace where the wanderin-mission [have noticed a paragraphed article University, he prepared for the priest-I mong those who wall partmMate m beyond expression by the news of ~ " th f o f th Me h" , , the International Goodwill Congress ~--" i- ~lmo-t conscience stricken on|an e r nt page o e, mp m hood at St. Vmcents College, Cape) hm unexpected death. We all had ~Y ~ ~ ~ he ...,..........~_ ~_~... , ....... -.. ~.. i.~a.l..~|papers during the past week, announc- Girardeau, Missouri, and was ordain-] re on November 9, 10, and 11, are hoped, because of his stalwart figure :- * ....... * ^* -'~-i^~ is hot water to|ing the birth of triplets to Mr. and ed to the priesthoodon April28,| op ao n o. t~mnnon oz ~t. and apparent vigor, that many, many last month at Bologna, His lll~ iOl'~lllO~l~ Ol. WII '.511 L ' ~" -- ,,,:- ~h-vi~-. ,,s After= usin~-s the cold- | Mrs. John Hess, living six miles south- 1878. ~ Lo is " " .years would be granted him for even Pope Plus XI has granted a Pe est of water so consistentl- his shave|west of Wynne. Yes, there good, God Following his ordination Arch ] u wlle, Dr, John A. Lapp, profes- greater service to his Church and his plenary indulgence, toties q~0 ~ ~ .... +~..~ ~o~ ^ ~ ..... c| fearing people are members of Im- b;shon Harry was assi~ +~ ~ Law [sor of sociology, Marquette Univer- country, all those who, after confessr ................ s ................... maculato Conce tmn Church at " ~" , " , *" ......... - sity, Milwaukee, and Leo G Griffith, ,, Comfortable, is performed almost fur-[... . . rence s of St. -ast .......... " " " Hm long years in the episcopate, Communion, recite a third tively A tendency to look around|wynne" What a Threesome contrast as assistant pastor. He was later[ p ~[a~e-epuw,m~mgn~s ox t~oium- marked by untiring zeal, exceptional Rosary before the Blessed SaC and see if anybody is watching, has|t our so-called modern soc,ety Tom- transferred to St. Bridget's Chureh,~b:S'he~dt?:degra" th:n:~ng:es:f~Sth wisdom and unquestioned courage, either when exposed for public en who pretend to be the ehte of our p e to be stifled. Even a tendency to] ,, where he remained until 1888. Helworl ...... ~ ...... prepared him for the leadership the ation or when within the tabt return to the front of the house and]mdern e~whzatmn ?f course, ~nese was then assigned to organize St. IFrie lo mane- xor tn~ernauonai primacy in the See of Armagh con- The indulgence was granted! practmers, ana aavoca~es oz DitCh con- a ' -" " " ..... ~" ferred u on him mqu~re of each member of the family| ~, eo s pmmh of St Lores, of whmh [ ........ P pliance with a request mad~ "if they are sure it is all right," hasltrl will pass off thin news w~n some he was pastor until his appointment[sion::f:h~ne mos~ ]mt~or~an~ ocea: "I remember the first time I met Holy Father by the Master{ e Cnree (lays t~ongress wm commiserate expressmn and turn up h~m to be stifled / as Archbishop of Manila He was be ......... " It was in Rome, December of the Dominican Order. ,T~ The whole visit is more or less an |their noses.m superior mr. Of course conecrated Archbishop of Manila onlbe he~dU:gt~:P'~:::~:~ wmt~ w~ff 1925, after he had been created Car- gress was heldin the D0~ -/this news is not in accord, with their ~ ......... ~ .... I gy o~ ne ~ dinal I ........~^..,m. ~ ....... n comfortable Normal food is served ~-ugu~ ~v, ~uo Louis Univer i .... ~, ......... z .... ~ ...... .~. " . . ]own filthy and degrading practices or .... [ .... t s ty, and which will be bv his noble bearing, and cultured Basilica, and, the indulgence ~iiverware, ins~eaa of ~inware, is/ ~ ..... ^.._,:.. ,-,,~ , ... ~, rns t~raee con~mueo in his arcn-lattended b .... aunt. "eo'qe re'~resent ............... [ peeially adapted to commemO~ as ~,uc~u~~t,~.,v mm~e:~ayso~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ v -v " " " " ! e isc al f . . ome, w~th every ewdence of one born used Honest to goodness china, con p op S~e or more than 12 years, m Cat - " - them ,they are afflicted with the [ g hohc, Protestant, and Jewish to -race both the--i ..... ~ ,~_ ,~_ occasion, since Saint Domi~ talnmg real appetizing portmns oft?abominable moral leprosy of birth and on May 16, 1716, was transferredlorganizations in and about St Louis. din:latial dignity m t..r, aau ~,e ~ar founder of the Dominican 0rd xooa m ~ne proper proporions. Nap- con~rol,' " " " wmcn ........ m no~mng more ~nan ~o the umcese o~ umana. ,]The s"eakers, will be Leo G. Griffith ,,m. .~. . ". . . . is interred in the Basilica at l] , , he t~nurcn na~ no more royal instituted the use of the rosa kins are used without embarrassmentl,,a ~ratification of lust protected Archbishop Harry s illness was saidIand Dr. Daniel A. Poling, director ,~a ~ .... +~n ,, r~mo~ ........ ----quite naturally. Conversation iSlfrom the nolice " Stron~ language to have been due to an infection re-lof the J. C. Penny Foundation of New :'_'~_.~_~_'_'\'_"~ ~_~'" :'."~""~ ~;?::: talked ins a ~ ~, *, ~, . , . ,, . au mo.~-~ aruen~ pa~rm~ ann ~r~, te d of shouted. People[indeed but onb~ too tr e salting from influenza and pneumo-lYork, the general theme being Mobil- ,_..~_~ ~,_,~ ,~ ...... ~.. i ' , ~ u . . . ~eau oo~n ~nurcn anu country .~ve laugh eas ly---they don t roar. It eer- [ ........ ma. He had been absent fromlazmg the Youth of the World for In- ,~..~,~-,.,~n .............. IMEDICAL MISSIONS Mr an(l Mrs hess nave D~en grea~- ~ ' ,, * ea .blc lvo tainly is dmagreeable, and a great re-1. , . . , ").. ;... "~ _ .. Omaha, his See city, for two years, Iternatioj~al Goodwill ~"--(*'-" ..... ~"~, * ..... : ..... ] RADIO TALK TOPIC C ly messes oy ~m~gn~y t~oo aria ne ..... " n~s memorame win: ~o :he um~e~ hef to be gone and be dust redden[ .,, ....... hm physmmns hawng sent him to] Several mass meetings will be held ~+.,.~ ~_~ ..... ~ ...... ~,n . ,+~. ,.. t FATHER S] Wlll never ermH; ~nem ~o oe in wan~ . , , " " again. I .... , ,.~ ,, _ Arizona. ~or ~ne last year or so nel~or the pUDlle in some of the largest A .......... : ..... ~ .,-_ ,~. .... ~. m. . , ~ IIOr ~ne necessames o~ llIe. rye are . ~ . ... . t. ., . .. .. .. . .. , .. ~xmu~g many tJrmce~ o ~ne ~,,..,~,, xne country note~ is sligntly more I ......... ar-nts andnan oeen m ~ms e~y. Inaus ox tne c~vy, twajor tienerm henry ........... I (By N. C. W. C. News Se~ I nappy wl~n ~nese goou p e , : IT Allen .... who nonoreo our snores, uarolnal comfortable: Here, although the bedlare justly proud of them. The threel Scores upon scores of telegramS|Nov .~. preslamg on the mgh) of O'Donnell had ,a very special claim] New York, Oct 21.--On 2' has been mace, aria clean ~owe,s are I children were baptized Rosine Marie,[and messages poured into St. Agnes ] emoer .1o, wn, en ,~ne ~op~e o~ ~ne on the reverence and affection of rail-IMedical Mission day, so obser on ~ne rack, the general appearance Paul David, and Thomas Raymond rectory when ~t was learned that His spea~ers wm oe ~emem,rance,s ana lions of,Catholics, who rejoiced to see Icause it is the Feast of th is on~ of dustiness, and one feels SO[Honored as sponsors are: Mrs[Graces condition had become critical[ t g . Y' :.and in. America the successor of St. Pat-Iphysician, St. Luke, the ReV. " a noon on ~trmi t' . much more at he e It m interest about a week a o x s ~ce Day, former ;In . "lCharles Gahr for Rosins Marie; Missl g . The messages e -| ............. rick, the Apostle of Ireland ' ISkelly, Associate Director ' ing to note the varied depths of this l~o~m~. ~',,~ia~ f-r Paul David I pressed hopes for the Arehbisho,:s/~ecre~ary oz war, 2~ew~on u. ~aKer, ,. - ' ...... : - -- I Catholie M, edieal Mission ........................ . ]- I t~"~will make the rm" . . _ t am nappy ~o ~mnK ~na: ~'~ew dust m vaxmus hostelmes One has recover and told of th h t p c~pal address l WRN ...... land Miss Frances Hess for Raymond, Y- e prayers a I Am ..... :York extended to him a most cordial,bradcast from station only a s~x~een~n oz an inch, another , were bein offere aug ~ne ~nemes ~o oe presented .~ ..... , . " I Thomas. Mother and children areI g d for thin mtentmn]t .~- ...... welcome. Catholic New York will[n Medical Missions. This~ " o ~ne ~on ress ~ ~ _ ' an e gh n, ano ner a quarter After m man uarters g y ne various speax , [concluding program of th " lidlug nicely Again, congratulations I[ Y q " /ers w ............ solemnly chant, in St. ,.Pa~trick s Ca- " e ' a certain amount of experience, it be- and God's every blessing. Arrangements ha~e not been cam-~W*e-*:es~,~in oe ....... world t'eace rnrougn thedral, a reqmem" for the eternal re- /New York. In stressing the so comes unnecessary ~o measure it l .......... I..leted but it ~ .... ~| , t~omerences and Armors-_ .... , ....... '1 lvlrs, n. r. uunlap ano lk~le son,~l ' has oeen announceu,..late/ ,, ,i ........... pose o~ lrelana s grea~ uarolnal. ~vlay l o~i;:~~:; S~mply glance around, when" the door that funeral servie tmn, ~unmng xn~erna~lonm t~ooo- . ,,, [~Ketysamfme~ne1 l cal[ ?eo ,Malcom, guests of Mrs Lizzm Col- es for the .................... .. has noble soul rest m peace. " Wlll~ The um~e~ ~tates ann 2~rD1 of !he room ~s opened, acquaints one I lins for the past ten days, have left |Archbishop will be held at St. Agnes']tr "" ' ........ I sociological endeavor is to m~ arran, Keflueion o~ armaments, Ibetter and happier, and to re~ w~n ~ne ous~ aepth Ion Sund a~* for their home in Bartles-IChurch and that the body would then ] .............. ENGLISH CATHOLIC The menu varies---with breakfast,] ...... ~" ~be taken on to Om-h~ ] uuuawry o~ war, Problems oI ...... .. ....... [prevent obstacles that hinde~, Vltle, uKlanoma ~ a. ,, ,, . . . hVlYlll~A~- l~ I~AV , I /the Pacific, Our Foreign Pohcy m ' Ebetterment and the attainme~~ droner and supper. Seldom ~s the[ The Hess triplets are the sensation l |LatinAmerica ...... ,, ofceouthr::gt;:7:d :tr bll:::%::al:Jof th~ town of Wynne, receiving vis-IST. XAVIER COLLEGE, /"The Paymentan~f~nI:tf~nf?::'al (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Ihappiness. t~ "Social workers recognize Ithat man is a composite being', Imade up of body and soul; ~,! [material being and a religioU~ |Both of these parts must be c~ !When entire attention is g~.~ the spiritual side of man, ~ri~ lute disregard for his physical1 he will become unbalanced. : other hand if entire attentio~ ~ to the ~ody, 'and only neglee~ dered the soul, he will dege~e! I best, into a more healthy anir~$ combination of the two c: parts of man, the health~ul ~ [his body and the careful nutty his soul, is the ideal of sociol~ is this ideal that prompts sue .'1 ities as medical missions---'t~ beg s oak ng beautiful flowers Many thanks to The cam ai n " directed ....| e delivered in part, was as . . . : . - itual perfection of the soul .~ ~ ~-~ ,- ~- ~--- " p g was Dy w 11 w mander m chmf of the Pacffxc Statmn physical perfection of the bed: " '. a s uverlyIor ~ne ~;asseiul .... " ". . . f~eld s t E Arbogant, Cincinnati, who stated,, m e s back a ways--a good sized arran~em~~ .~ +~ ~;~. ~ -n th~ " [ Error is at the bottom of the " 1900 and held the posxtmn three In order ot show that even 0 tere was never a doubt of success ears Of hm four hwn sons one m cotton patch-~.the cornheld--potato altar and to Mrs. Louis Grobmyer Sr.' after the cam-ai-n was -laced under [catch-cry which is heard so often in Y .. ..... g .. , - . medical worker can accomP1~ pa~cn---every~ning. WhOSe .... ~onauon"mace .... ~ms arrange-.. .... P g . .... P . ~.. |Ireland in recent ~,,ears decr-in-y ~ ~,a~ner vrancis ~icK~oro, of ~ne west- September monthly report ~ The house ~tself was built b a ~ne pa~ronage o~ ~ne L~le ~lower , , " Y " ment possible " | the Church in politics, or murmur- minster diocese, two are in the Navy, Dorothy James, R. N., medic man who wasn't a carpenter, but who and St Jude a ~ and the other ~s m the Arm Miss AlbertaO~erly was a guest ling ga'nst episcopal pronouncement " " y. sionary in Puerta de Tierra, ~ was forced by circumstances to erect at a ~re Halloween ~art,, ,,iven b,, Ion such things as dress ahd dancin~ tioned. Miss James made a tot~ a protectmn against the weather ~ . ~ . ~. . IFT OF $5,000 BY BARON /There see ......... MSGR HEARD FRIEND ber of visits amounting to q m. ~ - , " irlenos in~ vlarlanna. " __ ~ ...... ._ I nm 1.O De an loea aDroaa , rnerezore the dwelling--simple, un ...... .... FUGITA TO BISHOP HAYSAKA |for some time th ..... ~ - OF POOR OF LONDON, eluding 301 nursing visits, ~ ~v~r. ana ~vlrs. ~ouls (iroomyer, ~r., / , a~ ~ne ~nucn m obtrusive, rustw. The last word )n had as their guests on Sunday, Mr ........ ~ ', . , [such matters, has ~o more authority TAKES ROMAN POST ~ical visits, and 155 surgical homes when men were ~orced ~o make ............ ;,~ ~t~y r~. ~ w. t; ~ews ~erwce.) 'than the man -" .... She had 100 social service a~ anu Mrs. ~ucnol~s ann cnnoren, wary Tok ' " f re "" . 1 m ~ne s~ree~. the best of conditions which were not ............... yo, Oct 25. Be o ~n~ fie- / "There is " (By N C W C News Service ) rant welfare visits. In this ~ ~llzeoe~:n anti ivlargareE l~u~n, from . ~ " .... ~ ! , ol course, a sense in ...... as modern as, they are today .... par-6ureoI ~isnop-elec~ oanuarius |~i-h ......... , London, Oct 31. When Father renders spiritual encouragef~ m, . , uarnsle. . Ha ~a " ..... "~ !wn c ~ne unurcn in polkics may , . . ~. _[rne oeurooms are very a~ry very. Mr. and Mrs. Badley and son me- . ~ saKa ~or ~ome, where nefs ~O[represent a detestable thing. If a Wflham T. Heard left here ~or r~ome her patients as well as tel ,~mos~ ~oo airy The air is most re ............. ~ oe consecra~eu uc~ooer 6u, ~aronl _.._.. ........... to ta~o up Iris new nufies as an au- physical relief. Besides tbi~: . . " tares ~rom lvlarlanna l;o at~eno -vias~ ~ ... . .. .~. . .~ nnnlsber oz ~ne unurcn, re aroless oI . , " . ~reshlng after a half day's drive over on Sunday, as did Mr. Wilkinson from l~u~a maue mm a gl]:~ ox~o,000 to the feelings of his congregation, d,tor of the Sacred Roman Rata, his Miss James conducts a dispq~ ~ne no~ prairie, bu~ even a missionary ............. oe~ray m~ ~rave~ expenses. At~nougn ......... denar~ure was greauy regret~eo oy the school and teaches catee . .... " . l alesl;lne anu Mr. l oDer erry anu .. ,. , , ..... , i nrows in weizn oz ni. a.thnri v xeets a m~ self-conscious when, after ,-- ....... mmse~ a non-~enever, ~ne ~aron was ~ .... ~ ...... " .... " thousands of near neonle in the dock- the children of her field. :~ blowing out his lamp, he finds that ms moaner, ~rom v, amson, anxious to be of assistance to the first 17::n :~i: par~y or another, when the side parish of Be~ondsey, where -- natl pe e programs and merits of --~ the light from other rooms streamin~ ................... "ve Christian Bishop of Japan. I .... he has lon~ been workin~ as layman BUDDHIST NEWSPAPE~ th , . .o m~,~otr.rt ~r r*x.~t~.~ . . ' ~nese Paroles are clearly matters of~ . rough the w.a]]sstartlingly brfl- MAKES NUN MEMBER Msgr. Hayasaka m to become B~shopl -erfer*l ........ ,and, priest. nt. ,of the im errant diocese of Na asaki, p ~.y ree cnmce, ne m ac~mg Priests are acknowledged as the TELLS OF CHURCI4"* ha ., , OF LEGION OF HONOR P g ultra wres It "~ ~.~,,,~1 ......... +. ~ever~ne~ess a most sound sleep an d~t had been planned that Bmhonl ....... ~ best friends of the poor m London s [ ACTIVITY IN ~ ao so ~rom the pmp~, and should only I " is enjoyed, out here in what ~e are ........... ews S rvice" Fernand Thiry, the newly conseerated l ..... ~ East End parmhes, but Father Heard , (~y ~. t:. w. t~. ~ e ) be uone w~th t e greatesteircum- . accustomed to call God s country A ............... French prelate of the diocese of l . ~ ~ - |was more than ordinarily popular (By N. C. W. C. News Sef ....... " _ ~renL uc~. z4.---~ls~er balnl;-rler-: I snecion even cram a ~-- n].~nv~o A '' " aSUmp~uUSn ~reaK~as~. .is enjoyea, and re, o~ .... ~ne r~ugenie As--lumy here, was Fukuoka, formerly, a part of the die-I pmes~-" " can not afford to'-'minimize ~ ............ the The people saw in him. all the attri- Kloto, Japan, October 20,~t ew d.ay m met w~th unsurpassed .......... .cese of NagasakL would accompany l .... butes they most ad~mre a member of strength and vigor. H:::ra r~n:v:~er th: do~r:tg~:: :~ him to Rome ~o assist at his consdcra-I cnz~ence o~ any sectmn of hm peo-a distinguished family, a brilliant teresting survey of the , ~ . , pie. ne ~s not doing his duty to them, ~ . Church in Japan from the I~ Personals .............. tmn Owing to the sudden illness of l .... Cholar, an athlete, and a man w~th . . ~ne nanos o~ v~ce-Aam~rat Levavas- " i~ ne allows olitical i '~ The parish m pleased that S,~ter .... h ~'a ~'an na Bishop Thiry, however, Msgr Hays-I_ . P d fferences to a wonderful sympathetic understand- standpoint appeared recently Leans is restored to ~ood health and sear, o~ ~ne ~renc ~ vy. m y " s~ ....... ~ .... n +^ .~.~ ~, ~" ....... I form a ~arrier between him and them. ~.~ ~ .~.~ ~n~ ~,n ..... ~. ,~~ "Chugai Nippo." a BuddhiSt i o ' ' val ofhcers" and members of the lo ........................... ~ ...... ~ He ou ht ,,,~ ..... ~ ........... e ............ " Kyats. ,The article read i~ is back in the schoolroom again. ~ . ., -alone I g to be above and beyond all culties A successful candy sale by Circle ~lohealth serwce attenued ~ne cere- ~ l part~es,, as ready %o reprimand the Educated at Balliol College, Ox- "The Catholic Mission in No 3 was held at G Y one he m personally mchned to as the ,ibsen s News- ~. " ~.~, ........ BRITISH GOVERNMENT | ,' " " fo~d, Father Heard attained the peak quite International. Stand la~ for ~y years ~s~er ~am~ rmrre ne h t Saturda ] o e m averse from, unless there ~ Y. - AIDS ll~TRANSLATING " of athletic ambition at the university French Missioners of The quality of the choir has been has devoted herself to t~e work of the OF MARTYR'S BODY be,,Lea moral principle, at. stake, by being chosen as a member of the eign Missions i~ t me say nnmedmtely that such boat race crew. He rowed twice in Osaka, Nagasaki, ~d~ (By N. C. W. C. NeWs Service.) an abuse is very rare in Ireland. To the famous race between Oxford and Korea. Spanish Dominies~s greatly increased by the reentrance of Mrs. Baradel, who. was compelled %o discontinue her singing some few weeks ago on account of ill health Miss Genevieve Rosperitch is visit- ing in Pine Bluff and Little Rock this week. The play, "The Black Cat Enter- rains." was given Monday night by the school children of St. Winand's. A delightful Halloween party was given Friday ~ight by the Misses Ste]la MaC and Eloise Baradel and Rachel Lacey, to members of St. asylum, which was founded and en- dowed by the late Empress Eugenic for the benefit of the orphans of French sailors and shipping workers It was ih appreciation of her life- long devotion to her task that the rare distinction of the rank of Chev- alier of the Legion was awarded to her by the Minister of the Navy In her long career she earned the grati- tude of the families of hundreds of French sailors lost or injured at sea, and because a much beloved figur.e in the harbor city of Brent. London, Bourne's request, the British Foreign polities in that carefully qualified Offic~ is seeking permission from sense, is a very different thing from Oct. 24. At Cardinal say that a priest has no business with Cambridge. t maintaining that, in general, politics, or any other sphere of human acti- vity, is outside thescope of the Church's authority." ,Dr. l~yan holds the chair of Schol- astic Philosophy in Queen's Univer- sity Belfast He is one of the young- est andmost accomplished of the well known Irisia theologians the French government for the re- niovat to England of the remains of the 'Ven. John Southworth, a mar- tyr-priest of the seventeenth century, which were recently discovered on tho site of the Eng']ish College a~ DouaL No reply has yet been received from France, but Foreign office o~fi. He was then an Angelican and went to study for the ministry, but he was received into the Church by Cardinal Newman. He then studied law and became a qualified solicitor. Mean- time, together with ether Balliol men, he wemL to Bcrmondsey to work with Father Rawlinson, another man of the same fine stamp. ~ In connection with the Fisher Club for young men there, he founded a club for boys, and hun- koku and Formosa German cans in Hokkoido; Hiroshima; Canadian Fra~( Kagoshima; Italian aki and Oita; German Divine Word in Niigata German Benedictines in Korea; American northwesternKorea; knowl)ers in northwestern Spanish Jesuits in the Sou~l~ lands.?