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g ot i00:KES| I a Year ago "Pete&apos; Whi[fIC' on the horizon, and his prm- reComlnendation was Arl:nur' a name unkrlown LO lno:;t 01: Vechten's readers. But Cari GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 8, 1923. I liberty," Father Smith said. "Fatal T .... " .......... NEW CARDINALS LUD00DORff HOP00 TO SET UP to all government is aaarchy, and an-.! II a00chy no00h00og 00o,o I PF.R.00gitq i A GER00 NATIONAL CHURCH 00smrunw.,t De,nocr.ev pro00.p-, .... Of NOTF. poses the willingness and the ability ,i,.--.,------ ............... SOul, hi to Curb Catholicisnt, Crush International Socialism and Extirpate: Mgrs. Galli and Lucidi Mentioued. No[ l,dications of Ame,'ican Appoint- of a people to shoulder the sacrifices E',. Re;'. 3b:gr. John E. Bdrke, ees. that are the mainsprings of real Director-General of "din . Catholic '" n liberty, to condenm and to puni.h the (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) the Jews--German Protestantism Not Helped by Return of the Crow selfish lawlessness that hides under Board of Mission Work among th lh)me, Dec. ,l.--Only two new car- Prince• the cloak of liberty, to reconcile the coh)red people, this month celebrates dinals, neither of whom is an Ameri- dignity and destiny of human person- tile fortieth .'mnivcrsay of his labors echten spoke of him in such tt coterie or reaoers be- can, will be created at the next Con- By Dr: Frederick Funder ality with the rights of law and au- among the negroes of this country. sistory, according to reliable informa- i Forty years ago, Momignor Burke call so persistently ,or Armur tion obtained today. '.iIhe new me,n- / Vienna Correspondent N. C. W.C. News Service)  ingth°ritYnationbY whiChcan continue.al°ne a self-govern-ln a word offered himself to the Most Rev. that this much neglected au- s el the Sacled College are to be Vielma, Nov 19.--The ridiculous ace. The people were stirred up by[ the self-government of the republics Archbishop of New York for work 0n. to be coming at last into Msgr., Aureho, Galh antl Msgl. Ev,uxs- anti-climax which was tile outcome o allegations that His lmmmnce, had I that we repre:,ent can be successful among the neglected negroes of the metropolis. He was in charge of St. Were somewhat mystified by Benedict, the Moor's church, in New "Hill o£ Dreams' was not York for twenty-five years ,and aure .of being understooa. .Near and Far" told much founded the first orphanage in. the man bu no enough so. north for neglected mgro children. Things', told a little more. When the hierarchy of the United led on through interest States ill 1908 organized the Catholic es only curiosity, und| wthiu Board for Mission Work alnong the his name was known to a the readers of "Peter Whif- War. controlled the destines of Ger- guarantees the permanency of repre- Colored People, Monsignor Burke was turn, Auditor to His H ' :, "" gram is the setting up of a " • " ' •' ' asked to direct the new effort anti, for Week in Christopher Mor- dent of the First Commission for the National Church" in which they hope many and her allies is limited in his sentative governments. "Thd Literary Lobby," 1 Administration of the Pontifical to unite the members of all existing actions by the ,mrrow-minded horizon[ "You maYis monarchial°bject thatin theits formCath°liCof thegagedlastin thisfifteenarduousYearStask•has been en- Buildings, and Consulter of the Con-lreligious denominations in Germany, I of his anti-Catholic prejudices. To Church Monsignor Burke has refused any forwards us a gregation of tile Council, pi-opaganda, septtrated, as they put it, from "Re .... , f Arthur Machen to lays, and the Pontifical Commission for the man ceutralism and the international aversiOnbee, attributcdt° all thingShis fatalCath°liCdistrusthaSof limitg°vernmentrecognizethis toandspiritualthatY°U therearemattersrightcan andifbe yOUnoif personalthe missionsreward•entrusted'i hmkmgto his°nlYdire- the day when we dis- Interpretation of the Code of Canon lmind, essential Roman elements, the mediation offer made by i,opel you l0etr,,.,, a out'Cath°liCwhy can, layWriteit LaW.There has been no indication that I[ These leaders consider Catholicity a Benedict XV ill 1917, the non-accept- humanSe] f-determinatiOnbrains where°n thethe partDivineOf Mindmere tion,RubyhejubileehaS openedFund aofCampaign$40,000, tel°rhea l I-lere,s what Machen has to His Holiness will creae new cardinals hindrance to the attainment of intrin- £nce of which is attributed largely to • I in North or Suth America, as ha sic unity for Germany and to tleir el- the general's ifluence, has made itself known. But you are devoted td the support of more than ak me for a new test--or been predicted y several newspapers  forts to deliver German from all "for- illogical if you deduce .the conclusion 200 Sisters teaching in tile negro eign" influences, particularly Jewish DIPLOMATS HEAR that this Catholic Church has no place schools in the south. .... , L, for a new expre,;sion for the! and news agencies. [ influences. Preachers of the "Nation- in a democratic government and is in " ", ;'1,' at se,,---ts literature ......  principle opposed to it. Call it a para- Thomas J. Hayes, al Socmhsm' m Munich ate expouna  it i no stlon er : } is ofst::',, - is )t lit- ,[. PADI l , : s . _ - PIU00T S PLEA Y0R I.ox if you will but" "s • g assistant chief of the New York I ire ' l ,m _ ....... _.. ,.. [IP- kl)r Iing their conceptmn oi nrmuamy __ _! naradox than other facts iu which the De,)artment- and director of the Bu- ^ "-, gtve you a es.  .... without dogma, and seem to be par- 1D[/l llfill l IRITTV : i: ........ a Divine meet• You as diplo-'._:. ^, ." o..:..:,,,,, ill all t•ov  YOu; literature is the ex-I ,.  [ ......... . • lemen -,:" ,,,, " .... in" an,,•, IIII/DO l|aaa • ,, ....... ,. - ,  reau u • ,- - ........... , ......... hrough the esthetic medium I ,N C W C Special Cable) i ucumt,y ve, ............. tos a /mats and its other men am, womeu o Europe next Saturday on tile Levia- ff the . ........  ,.,tho [  " .,.• :....'.i.., h.cident i vamp o ue om xesa ...........  educated common sense realize that  h'm to be nresent at the ordination ,-tvima ot vv ..,o, " " SlgnlltCa,. - .... ..... II tous belief.' ' • " " " " ' - " oh' and that whmh m any I Rome, No,,. S0.--One of the s!gm:] somce Ofy::g Were Misled [Told at Pan-Amerman,l?s Tlmlof tt.he Church xxere ::::ni:v:l?n::: :ll: of lus son, 'Ihomas J. Hayes, Jr., ! of harmony with these I ¢;...+ ;.--;.-ts of the recent vimt o . ... u:_. ,._',l ligion is Democracy s only Fr ec- tree ot representa g . which is to take place m lome, on uP- •  . [,ca.. ,,., ..... . " aicism Wltll wnt; l;n  . • .. . . . - if. not literature. Yes, it Slh:in Alfonso and Queen Victoria of! Ihe fan ,.: .......... nt rem'esent-/ lion Against Ultimate Failure. [would be seeking, to obht, enlte the cember 22. The young ecclesmstmal ;  . • . . , , aposues ot t,, ,----...- " • / ' ' "n which she has oeen mos - • it ' • ut not exactly in the sense I Snain toRome was the king s speech. [ .......... H,c,v.' ...... ,,.. ..m'erators. of Ger-I I very fmlds  ....... " student s" a nattve* of New York C y, You sunnose No literal com- ? .... .,,. a-,-rican College, winch e(t tn,2 .............. successful That ts not omy elpm-  ..... ;,, lived nearly all his life in the • -- • ' a ae ,, ..... . , , " 'te(1 man especlauy me S C W. lb. _News ervtce) • . • ' , • n ....... ' ..... " ' Wtth Christianity is needed,' ... s)ecial invitatmn after! many fascm.  .... .Y', ,,,£,•o ,, n, I (By • • / matmally inconceivable but : also x .... h ,,e .t Philin Neri. Right Rev. t eve • . ! he wmted by . I nun eopm. ,atnonc lea .... s ..... - • • istoricallv es- i, ........... " n an acauaintance with the ...... u.ntarv reference' to the lY g P . - ......... ! XXashin,,ton Nov 30--Representa-/eontradchon to the h. • • a _ Daniel Burke, rector of tile . i "1 UlS COll|?llltL ,. " • ' n rievea %0 110 [,Ilal, v,  , ' ' " a$.SKt. -- '. Of • • . , , • . • . vama were muc g • ' ,t that the Cathohe . . , - ! Chnstlamty ** Don t i Spanish-speaking natmns o£ the Newt,,.. ,,,,..,,., ....... f Hitler and Luden-ltives of the United States and Latm-/tabhslmd Pac . ,.. . Bedford Park parish s already in ! .ant You can improve your ,, .L . . formal address to the/ .......... :- ". ...... r €- . ... a,,li| Church s ever reaay - step along r,, the'ordination of his youns in a ... t. . ; +_ +.l 'x'''' ,,, ,-.:. .. .,  .....  ...... r, ! dorff made great progress a ...... s y- American governments, -, -* ....... | ,,€, +he w ts of the nee le as long .............. • orle:_ suuscl,=s =..."[ pope. At the oum ,,:,::,,,:.o![ younger students in the collegesand I Delegate, Archbishop Curley of BalU-| .:". ::'::r:ssions nakfor a ma- friend. - ; "- i . -e uecrees (n ne u-,,-llege, the king rmerae(, m. , .... [ ....  ...... i tio: .von thouth the Catho-/ ..... ,.rod nrominent Americans of[ "" ':' '"/'. ''.- ." , ...... ,  .... ,.€I Fire Chief Hayes' namesaze son s i . No; I can give you no I for a close cultural and religious un- I . .... '•':-""--- "^i(t 'n this move J/ ..... "' "----* -liious creeds at thel teriat happmes ma ooe , ..... -['inot the only one of his children who !" and --. :.__ ,... ,vcell- '  • -- *l.-anish-[ lie suoen w, 3,, ,, * -. | many, m-,,, -  .. i €, n,,rnoses of a Go(t wheal she rep-  . . ...... ._ , ' l,,,,  " mn between pam am, , , with the reh n Mass m t - " to devote his ne o tenglon n tell -b,, *--: ,,-less you .. Iment might not agree " g't annual Pan-America " "1 ,'s-nts in society" :is " . ...... " .._ ,._. ': ...... 7"'. ' "  Americannauons. . I  ..... theories of the leaders, there was| atrick's Church here listened to al .... ..  _ L.' , ..__ r  i other son, Vincent de ram rtayes,  :.i ,,ae(l the final oogmas , , hat S ain is a monarchy, ..... . • - ", tatus ot tAmren m  .....  " ston Mass .... [ * ......... I Ihe fact t P  __ / ahva-s the danger that by aiding I sermon on the Church of the Re- I ......... u., €, the status of  a Jesutt scholastm at We. , . i -utn u on WhiCh nese . ' . t nations are re- .'• . • • . teterrlng esp:cxa,.. ....... • :. P ....  while the Amencat .... / their olitical aspiratmns he would, m/-ublic" by the very Rev. Ignatms I ........ , ..... . ,, the United W B Yates, ", ¢onseiously, iT you please,] ,,ublics- the king said, presents no (m- .. f ...... [: * .... %tellectual/*" .... ",, ,:- , .... -',-*- took thel ule <,atnonc w .... c ..... .. , [ , " " " " .......... ¢  eitlsly of neeessityyou .t. ,-':-- the way o f 'such a union,' e u:ect, oe glv,, ......... ' - ......... / Smith, u. . , a,c ,,,..,. ..... :^ [ States, Father Smith eonunue(u ] who has been awaraea me _Nonm praz. • W*;* ........... | ncu*y ,,. .."  • --^-.:-',.x] movement wmcn more ann m-.= "''/ onnortunity .to expoutm um ,:e,a*,,-- l ,,,,.^ e.,.,, nstitutions of our gov-!,_.' u¢,oh,,, is the first Irish citizen .. I -.- " ,__ I Both Spare and. ,P • .....  hvl sumed the characteristics of.a cllau-, shio between religion and the cvfl I ...... - ; .... ahnost unlimited op-] ....... i..^ ., +,se -rizes " amusinr you may oe.i .+;, he said realize na l ,s -.I  . , . . - ,  _^ +. v.,,,,,,.,,- s .v •  o w,. u,,= ,. ...... .- ....  , it, an-' .--"- :,, - that In ...... : "' , .,'..-, ldn,s reign and l vinisttc renglous sec, power with partcmar rezerenc¢ /nortunitv to malevolent citizens to, Mr Yates, the author of a number I ,' • ,, o, wm = /the will OI Ou ,.a., ,•  " " • . ' in the, " - • • r " " . • • < literar 7 oint. Catho- ^_;. • ,. . "ust laws; and, con- Hooked Cross .  the role of the Cathohc Church _ .. | c)nfuse liberty wth hcense and, under of dramatic works and a dtstmgmshed /,: ;. y standp . lsaltols make 3 • • • .......... el From Bavaria, me movemem nited States In the course ot nm[ '_ : .... • ,¢ional natriotism and ........ -^ of the Free State : !'! •  merely the witness un- i,],ro.l c r such nurposes, nere s .. |  -. . " • •,.a v,,,m  ' • ......... +/m u-, ,,* .... - " , ' peel ts a m,,, . A: al ,,,,..: .v ,, n- •:":: .......  ...... [ . .,,, and a ares- spread across me ronuels ,..= "--F address he referrect to movcm.-.,[ love. to onerate against the fun(la-ionat e He tkes a deep interest m :! : -,.,,,,,,-,., ......... (duerence oo,, a .....  "  • ' • . he Uerman .... " l bi err .......... ,  ' "* .... " - -- ..... ^ -in" ex- disciples m many of t fostering rehgxous and acm g Y'[ -+,1 ,rincinles of democracy. It _..,.:^ -*oi-s ' ) is merel,, h , voice which 1_(2:t. the h:Pe that the essential, speaking co mmunitms of Cxecho:S!o - of which he sa,d, .al! of.us real. Amer !is tO warn you against an exaggerated I Unlike some other Irishmen who ! ' t .... z  if-- - ,+ .... P=.='-  • --:.:, *. ,,anish-Am- vakia and AUSma. rveywner leans without distmcmn oz ra€'l nnnreciation of Americanism and dem- ...... ,.hived.a nlace in literature, he i i' ,,,an is not the crea .... unit o paln w**x * *,*, ; ' ' s ran  • undl "'-" . • ," ............ in • .. k ^;.Y " . so fat" as religion 1. throughout ths regina there p g color or creed, are profo Y ocracy of such epidemics that I noW!ha made his home in Ireland. When . , , , groom and the .sloe .... an natmns,, ..... ,,..,-,orsally . rec- into being orgamzalons o young, ashamed." I .... 1, ..q'he nrimitive Amer,camsm" " of ,.; ........ , conveyed, to him that he ;': "  lonely awlul soul con- concerne(l, woum , " . ound the red flu wth • ' Mass '"'" " • ' . " "' .......  . ; th  = ...... . • , men flocking ar g .. Reasons for Pan.Amemcan • [ttle founders of our natron one hun t..a , .... ..warded the Nobel pnze'Mr. *  : -- ource ot au uu, [ ogmze(t. , . ......... • . ,ec'fd the its• cryptic insignia known as the Referrin,' to the presence of diplo-I? - __a :, ..... ars a,,o was not:'"' -..-- tl r ncluslon 01 DIS ap  {IIQ alltl .l.u.t." J" ra is :ahze thattomake ltll _.At tl=:¢ to Cardinal Gasparri, who "hooked cross.': Th,s emblen, a nmts representing the nations ell atheistic and it was not anti-Catho-IiYa,til:k(unon the prize as having ecessary o De, a rang tu • .... '-- outb Greek cross with a shOrit nook u -*'- America and the United tates,,,. " €'^-*;,,÷;,, of this nation •" .... = ....... ,, ly Catholic. had accompanie " " u ,u -. /been given o me rather ' P - - qoted from the Catholic • American College, md rged the car- each end of the two cross arms, up- NoVember and is taken dinal to ask the pope, as a sign o" parently has some significance which Father Smith said: end of Machen's volume, this uuiofl, to authorize prayers for is not revealed to those outside the "For the representatives of the Pan- was written not in a spirit of re- American republics to meet here in ligious discrimination but in the God-Itivethan eras antheindividual.Irish literarYi movementake the ' • this land would be' . • gven hope that nihon that the Irish • * * It is certain- the heads of the various Spanish- organizations. It has, however, be- ra er is neither impudent assump- + ...... tuar- for the oppressed peo-I award as a recog ' - • -" toed i tion nor an. etort upon me pa,- ..... ": I .,, ^v. th o -,orld that they come here " . ......... ,- ^ thatsurprises.,, duringAmericanMassStateS'in SpainSUChforaS .theare welfarerecited cometional theandSymbOlreligiousOf acreednew kindwhichOf canna" P Y ......... , ,,, :h  ......... '.h  ", . i literarY movement is oelng unaers is a recognition of the fact that, just ""f'". ".",* . - .... •th-- there has been created an ideal° of the soverign pontiff, be summed up as follows: Catholic Church to guide the polihcall : ''riht and that they re- on the Continent. I tnmK tna .,.m . - ...... It[ .. qu_. o • ' award nrobtbly means a recognmon The Jew and international Social- destinies o our respecuve saw, t main he"e ,th equal right as long as ly PRAYERBOOK ism are public enemies and only by ......... " heart .....  ,,.,.q,, umir msnmtions ann tne|r reuglons " in this Edition• By Rev. F. CENSUS OF CH00IS1]AN the use of absolute authority and dic- as me nlulvluua, ;p ....... vt..-, tatorship will it be possible to extir- repudiate its subjection to its Maker, do not thwtrt the purposes of the istic intellectual movement 'country, and I am, to some extent, a ..... in the neither can governments that repre-[land'" - i representative figure in that move- .," Imitation Leather. Limp, t orce u .... ' red eges. $2.00. I BR01200S' SCHOOL nate them. The use o. o sen u,x,-u ,,,.-. " .... all asnirations, repu-I ,  ment. * public life of Germany is necessary t a;-+. reli,,ious institutions." / POPE HAS GIffEN ,r l "One must also take the award aa escue t flom  s n su estmn that the , , new os,tlon of Edition of this won- . ' • "t enemies" " • 35u,uuu * *,  .. Ridiculing a y . gg " / ,,,,>x ,,,,L¢. a recownition of the P has such a host of (By N; C. W: C. News Service) , • ,' I • " attem s  ....................... Cardinal Faulhaber s Protest Catholic Church m America P / ' ........ ice" |the country Ireland has become m- Without doubt this new Paris, Nov. 23.Statistics publish- . •  • urch and! (By N. C. W. C. _News erv •  ] ' ' " . serve as a stimulus to the ed by the Brothers of the Christian Cardinal Faulhaber found htmself tb promote a unmn of Ch ....... . .... n " false ,,ortant Foreign countries are inter- compelled to declare openly against State, the speaker went on to empna- ernn, ov. xo.--.', ,,,   . v • ok already universally ac- Schools indicate that the congregation statements have appeared in the press ested in Ireland. She has entered the " " " b the Na- • need for pubhc p , las written by Mr as the most popular'pray- this year has 824 schools outside of the heres*es.propagaed n Ytoa letter sxze t}l;ion in every nation concerning the donations made by the Most of the p Y " • ,gsh. Identical m con-France wth an enrollment of 210,500. o:;l, Sl:xa:tr:: Pcacellor, Dr. °f,,;efigrmly maintain,", he. deelare:n Pope. t°:hdeG:rhmi?S'a:h:ol:h°hi i. " y°::h:fv:b::Sp:oduced at the Ab- i ae large and graceful puml:. __ • ......... | C+resmann , in which the latter deplor-l-no t only that hmtory ann comm onesp . - -' ...... *.. +he l,e ,, Theater, Dublin. This is, in fact, ,u more readable for thoe More than half o mese estannsn .........  :* ....... -etween - Z ...... *-, need of religion in the the IIoly ,amer has gv,,. ,, :1 .: ...... =._ ^,,,..a where te- l 1 lJuro e aDl wlbil , silo el l)lmla  ' s Weak , this is a book meats are n P : " Bavaria and the German Reich, theminds, hearts and actions of the pen- Cardmal..Arcnn•.P .... of Cole-he day pure drmnatic art is cultivated .en will be eagerly 'adopt- 000 students. • ..... o,...,bal said" ,d, of overnments but also that m the Caramat Areamsnop •  "  .......... d Many intellectual e is handy and not bulk'; America has 282 schools wtn ,- ....... " . ::- ,t. .... ..^^ , - be [. o,, term of democratic gov- the .sum of 150,000 lire eacn.or (ns-[ an?e.u,,:^. .... ,,, lavs which  - .. ^^ ., , , "The LJal;nollc tux., J. .... ,x l....t. - _ .,. .. .. " • *u .;-o yon sentecl/,JanoileS haw ,..- - - a opaque paper, aria can roy pupns.  ............ + ; +ha nlor- e to which every one here x, I trlDUtlOn ]11 n u, ....... z -re'. .  , - -- -* * Ahbe- were a variety, , ;,,, Africa has 53 schools with an en- a moral auy o coupe,a .... :' 7. '"'."'-' , .... -- sustained by the]at the Bishop's meeting at Ful4a. ,nlwnen proauceu a ..... -- , _ o ......... €,-. . .. - - -, --, ..^*-.-=:- ..,o six -] -eeneration of the nation, parmu- pleaged, religion  . " . I ......  _, ,n, :..  .--,at success k::'dpr°a£yhre::dg::td" ::h'y:w°:h 900V;ul;an:;the"hll - la'(n :lf:::ut:etOt:blatat::p% Cr:the°:CoCh:::ihn:t adi=:ctracy:i;::eY.I :d::t::;b/IHstieol::::tl:BL: s'Wlth :a :e.w ePeOt::,v:hneotP:eY: bracing air and sweet ppmes'have one school with 400 pu lf::ea:thPority ani bring about a de- l : this statement, knowingly, hut sat-in p of Osnabrueck for the work m the| P::d:::d bty:ofessil dramatists o. Happiness and holt- P:  " ..........  has are- crease of hatred and social contrasts, I isfied in truthful conv;ctmn, I fly m] Diaspora. to,-rv men. They have been writ- aught together and shown,,,I 'l:ne l,'rencn. ov:,:,...:.^c ur m ,,= reconsti. - as well as to promote the cause of the. face of criticism and open an. ave.] [.+, ":'* " the needle_ and acted by the Partners for each other. 1 sentea .a p roje g- g,-- :n,,rv ...... on sense. If all the moral pew-Inue of attack to bigoted sentiment|   t.l & ! fI]Dt3t|  \\; I .... ' *^-'* ^ the authors are per- laY be na , thi. large] tuft°n, m l, rance, ox me m ..... i."-. ....... v ......................  ocial ......... "--1 ex'edienc v .above/rtut,ma ovnu- i peopm. ,,xu% ,, _ ...... u t eXce ........... ,," Inshtute. r' , * of the.' Brothers of the Cllrs- ers wtnou u*suncmn ox c==u, .o no,• I mat prizes pm,,,xhon- ann" courage° | I u-^ns livin" ann working among ,, TL00:atit=;p0000e:has/tianSchools :t2:00°:o;:tctL00f:00:t=s'00%nish'r:2g00:e%0000:=00=theactualandult'-I TA00ALLPRIZ0000 !pc'. ::" . idf°and its varied and -- ha+red which execrates, blindly'and[mate.forces of destruction within[ II, T I.OCIV II.I.I.T A!ih°u..gh.M?fats_ n==Caths " iches are w afforded to .... 0000 CATHEDRAL lien masse, our Jewish fellow-citizens / every elf-government. But no Cath- I l[ P, O0aI [ll [:;:r e wl::;F:l:rMatt. Russell, S. avored it but could not| ,,vv _,_ ................. XTWUr I and other groups without pre.enting[ olic pulpit hesitates to state the facts, , ," , ,x , News Service 1  . -'-'^" the "nun " poet's con- --=u ype. | ,lwcillI,D DIOCESE any evidence o gmtt; wmcn nour,--- I or sacrxflces ruzn o u - ,,.,-..- | Brookb,n Nov 20 --Pupils of the. ,_a...+;^.o i, a widely known desm .Y Benmger Brothers, 36-] ..... xt  x ..... o,-,oe  es civil war, and whmh would bring I tahve congregations. Ann, merexore,[ .-+hlio -arochial schools of Brook- I .....;^.+;,,, "The Irish Monthly." ' (y . t. ,,. ,. , ........... , " . • al • " s -law ......  pu.-, .... , ,', New York. -rin,,field Ill., Nov. 30.--A mil-] about a new devastation .of and se I I say that while out" republ.c, by .... '1 lyn carried off first, second and third I " . . r¢[ Bountiful" .. ''... ' ......... , . ..... ,.a! the misery of our poor nauon Dy sez-ib v confiscation, by expmmon, ant y| .. , + h.e best essays sub-', .... . • acis j Fi,,, . I ives non (lonar cameurm wm w . ...... , .... ation?" ' "[ ' -+,r means within their, power,' v ..... ," ." .... . - ' (- ".-/ Speed and Susplemn • - • ' .... ' .... ' ' here as the seat of the new pring- ,a. . I "" ..... . ....... ..-. mitten in me contes arrangea Dy ne t eat for youthful readers, ........... : ..... nnounce- The Cardinal expressed his hope| may seek to d,scremt ann o mnm*-[,Vca n Leion The nrize winners , ---'--- le:' .offering of exceed- :lna t th2Sf'oloCn;':ecep; of word that it would be possible to first o{ late the Cathohc ?hurchh:h:st::m/wc;e:'first p'ze, Miss Eileen O'Keefe l An automobile manufactU=ra:t; n t  a qu tton o: end uar ork for the ocracms cannot ernst w Saints' School second prize, centl recmved a vmtt zrom p - es . from Rome stating that the h q " all, procure bread and w " t . " ......  I of All ' ; " . Y ' . o the o or 111 he xs rounea on am,, b y g "" ters of the diocese have been trans- German people, bring about a pacific i tues that s . g ........... gustines Acadm y, a " "" p' ,, entertai -- . " rath than abandon w ........ , n nd thnd nze nment had a complete car as Word pictfire of true re,red to this city from Alton. Plans arrangement with neighboring ha- i ' ° __ _... ,, t- I Miss Henrietta Kearney of St. Au- of distinguished tuorists and for thmr life with the touch of also call for the erection of a home tions, and to ward off civil war." annihilation. ! Miss Harian Kelliher of Holy Cross ser0bled in something h; .tn mn- hc Needs Cathohcsm , a ers ubhsnect lUS wen down to the gang," rof the new bishop and a Catholic As a result of the Cardinal's letter Reuub" " " ].chool ute's q:he daily p P P i and admirably worked high school. Bishop-elect James. A. the animosity of the National Social- "Self-determining democratic gov- The essays were on the subject:  feat and a few days later the man • ' "i facturer received a telephone cart asK- lart of the devotion of the Griffin is expected to be consecrated ists was directed against him in spite ermnent needs, even more than all i"Should America Prohibit Immigra eh'adassem- to the "Little Flower" about the middle of next morlth . of his reat personal popularity. Only other forms of government,, a people /tion for ]ive Years." Miss 0 Keefe s Iing if it was true that hs. ,,Yes--re "': m a troubles0ine issue. _ ................................... -- a short time before the abortive revo- so grounded in habits of obedience to paper has been forwarded to the New bled a" car in ten minute , , " story, even up to the ure houses, lution in Munich, there were alarm- and respect for law and authority, / York State headquarters of the Am- I plied the manufacturer, "why?" "Oh, flapper, the human Benziger Brothers, Cincinnati, of- ing rumors circulated of 'an impend; ] that it will defy the dissolution gradu- erican Legion as the county's entry in nothing," was the ,,clam. reply, "only ranter car and the pleas- fers it for $1.00 net. ing attack upon the Cardinal's pa- ally effected by a false concept of the State essay contest. I've got the car. Vbrator, J \