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GUARDIAN, NOV, 24, 1923 RESPECT THE LAW DR. GUILDAY URGES BOOKS OF INTEREST (Continued from page 5) pini's Life of Christ is a wonderful achievement in bringing home to the world the true spirit of Christianity, for in spite of its boasted allegiance, the worhl knows little more than it did (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, Nov. 16.--The Re) '. ........... l Dr. Peter Guilday, of the Cathohc t :'=,:::':[?'lllo'e':::'ty;:c flh/at'o y University, urged respect for civil au- I , 'I.  " " "  " " thority and decried "the complacent / Peace. .... in which is becoming so  .... +---::-.-----:-[-------:- 1,w bleak g ....... in I ,/....._U,?..A...--. prewflent in the United ttr, e::iual  [ m address last night at th  .......... ,,-, ....... t[ * !,uet of the Washi.gton Va,,, 1 tl0LLllti ,, thore +,re those who fee, that, MUSIC CO" here has been engrafted on the Con- Established 1853 :titution a certain law which does not, meet with their philoso!ohy of life, I The oldest, the largest and the best they have only one means of chang-IT, iano , Graphophone an(t oregon house ing it, that is by legislatiou. If there] in Arkansas. were no citizens willing to break theJ prohibition law, there wouht be no I place for the unofficial purveyors oft 41b IVlam Street liquor," Dr. Guilday stud. I IATTLE ROCK, ARK. In Sweden the speed limit is twen'/1 ' ' --- ty-two miles an hour in the city and/ twenty-eight miles an hour in the[ M.A. BILTZ country. It is about the same over I Representing the here, only an American adds them[ FIRST Company in the FIRST together.--American Lumberman, Chi-" Business of the World 1New York Life Insurance '" . / Company / Assets: Over One Billion Dollars .a{d l, A DEVOt/T THOL|Ov-J C ooga, au,,t k S], C0 ] Phone 7446, Little Rock, Ark. hr tht statt hat Jadde b  m0t ttI mv wh  I Take801"8yourSuthernlnsurance wi_th Me,Trust Bldg. ..... t, ....... COMPANY . SUPPLIES sIsTERs SOusAT0 RECEIVE + I UESKS + "z"- GOLDEN MUSIC DOCTORATE ,o..or o, ..  - our printing plant  , oompl.,,    4 p .mt ltt automatic feeding presses doing flnet JUBILEE ON SAME DAY FROM MARQUETTE .."", ,.r""a----,'"- --," ..,..-.-  o (ly . C W. C. News Service) lIo., Nov. 14.--Mother of the Sisters of Lo- Is SUperior of Loretto at 3407 Lafayette avenue, fifty years a member of lay. The celebration of Ubilee was hehl at the Nov. 11, however, to depart for the Moth- Loretto, Marion coun'ty, oa Wednesday, Nov. 14, General, Mother Claras- was having her Golden Ju- 'Mothers Clarasine received the habit to- group of novices who itted. Mother Dolor- Clarasine is 64 At the local Academy of the Loretto nuns in from other cities (By N. C. W. C. News Service)" Mihvaukee, Nov. 12.--Marquette university will honor John Philip Sousa, the great bandmaster, at a student-faculty convocation hcre Fri- day morning, when the honorary de- gree .of doctor of music will be con- ferred on the noted musician by the Rev. Albert C. Fox, S. J., president of Marquette. Sousa has cancelled an afternoon concert in Indiana that he may be at Marquette on Friday, but he must leave immediately after the convoca- tion that he may keep a concert en. gagement several hundred miles away that xfight. Then he returns to Mil- waukee to give four concerts on Nov. 17 and 18, one of them a Marquette affair. FOR SERVING LIS IN MOSCOW . W. C. News Service) 2''The French Embas- Was the scene el an erenY recently when the Charge d'Affaires, insignia of Knight-o f t'IOnor to Msgr Vidal, of a Frenct parish in GOvermnent has this Prelate for his devotion and to Cattlolics in a]idst of the Bolshevist BAPTIST CHAPLAIN o dnner a,d participate:tl DENOUNCES KU KLUX, s ceremonies [ iv' large number, incmd-" I RESIGNS MEMBERSHIP rt( :s of the western con-I o=,::u+ k I Louisville and Nash- (B_v N C. W. C. News Service) oth of the Jubi|arians San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 12.--RED. I and very active, W. L. Evans, general field secretary/ is the first of thel of the Baptist student missionary|/ to celebrate her fir- movement, a chaplain during the while holding the worht war, and km)wn as u strong I ior-geleral, supporter ot' te' ku" Klux" Klan," ha.s I resigned from the Klan. llis iuten-[ tion to quit the organization was ex- / pressed in a letter to Roy Clift, Kli-I graph of Klan 225 iu Corpus Christi] Mr. Evans states in the letter that] , he affiliated with the Klan against his best judgment, but joined because I there were so many good men in' the order who told me of the high and no- ble principles for which the Klan stood." Seven reasons areassigned by Mr. Evans to his leave-taldng of the Klan. In enumerating them he ac- cuses the Klan of exerting an autoc- racy and military rule, he objects to "the opportunity and temptation for graft, such as the organization and rule of the order gives to its offi- cers," and to "the clannish boycotting methods that have been used," and scores the Klan for fai)ing to "clean her house of unworthy men who have the Charge d'Affaires I brought disgrace upon the order." the ca t   E ans like "the V' p ainof asink-INeithcr does M'. v " dal was the last to I matter of secret religious and politi- C_ [cal power which the Klan uses and " nor the oath of may have abused, ' tUI  Irs secrecy and clannishness as it relate:+ b rltdl[ to the secret of a Klansman." Fin-  |!! he to "the hurtful spirit ally, objects ich the "[i I10|ULl of intolerance and strife wh' Klan has helped arouse among our . C. News Service) or. 14.At the third session opened on at the Wanamaker Townsley Rogers, 'a ed Moon," one Spoke at the open- a Plea for more that the Ku be routed by s than by serious people." Old Proverbs People who have an enemy and can't help it, like to read old proverbs about the "value of an enemy." kn electric wrench designed for use with automobiles can exert pres- sure up to 60 pounds and can be used as a power grinder or buffer. at w]kr  may mqai it. r et a  ammt &b   fttr tr  tk i Oloalt the Po.taffiee Phones Of fee9890 Res. 4-2681 Send for illustrated price list of Office Supplios. PARKIN Printing & Stationery Co. Litti ltoe.k, Ark. Hours 9-12-2-5 Others by Appointment ANNIE M. BREMYER Chiropractic Physician Consuitation Free House Calls Made Day and Night 7 __m - --7 x / A lombstone o] Beauty alwz vs xpreaau to the laa'dal tim   whi  it was aalotod. If you kaw am i4km f  a , rial, we will carry it to  la  iz mam,4a your duir. We are at your m for mammaai of say hiaL N Agcnt--No Cm Wri ]m" 00AHAN & SON 412414 Wt Margham   ROCK, Build Your Home ( 318 Hall Building Little Rock Give a Corona this Christmas HERE'S someone you know who's been wish- lng and wishing for one. This is the Christmas to give a Corona because a new model has just been perfected, embodying the experience and advice of half a million users. Let us show you this new Corona today. Come early, and be sure of getting one of the special Christmas gift bes. Finos Philips 102 La. 201 West Second Street. in PROSPECT TERRACE Beautiful vistas of mountaltm, rtvor and valleys. Two hundred feet higher than Main Street. Cool breezes blow in summer time. Healthful, beautifal, pure air. 'l he" place for your children to grow strong and active. Laid out in a beautiful park. Red- dences only permitted. All ready f building. Streets, sidewalks, sewers, gas, electricity and telephone main installed. ,i m "" " P -ROTECTORY mmmu BOYS' Our Brands are perfect Blends --tim result of more than fifty yars experience in roasting and blending only the choicut seleion-- A trial will convince you. C D. KEI00 0}. 121 West 5th Telephone 4-1465 Mr .Traveler Tourist, Motorist Visitors, Stop at the Coolest Quietesf, Neatest a Just Like Home Place The Freiderica Capitol Ave. & Gaines St. Five minutes to the heart of I,ittle Rock. Send the Guest, we'll do the rest. =sidence Phone Office PhZ 4-3572 7834 DR. E. J. MAHONEY DENTIST Suite 521-22-23 Doaaghey Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. DON'T TAKE CALOMEL FOR INACTIVE LIVER ! BOND'S LIVER PILLS ARE BETTER They are intended solely for the Liver and Bowels and promptly re- move the bile and poisonous waste in a mild, yet effective manner. Billiou- ness, Dizziness, Headaches, Fevers, etc., can't eetinue when these Ideal Liver Pills are used. One is the do. Only 25c. 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DEVOTED SISTERS EXCELLENT STAFF MEMBERS COMPETENT NURSE CORPS Wall Equipped Building--Of Prominent Location Care in Appointments--Every Room Outside Rom Well Ventilated and Lighted Hot Baths Affiliated With U. S. Reservation I INFIRMARY - SANITARIUM - REST HOI Professional Attendance | For Rrvatio Apply to REV. SISTER SUPERIOR SL Joseph's Infirmary, Hot Springs, Ark 1v i ,,: ,, .........  , / .... i : :;i