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that nothing isT :hun that Catholic i atholic literature I large circulation, us i me usay have every acing which instruct~ i aid strengthens ud e q'-hrlstian virtues,i ~-ENEDICTUS, pp., XV. ] i : ~ A Catholic Paper Is a Perpetual Mission.-- I + Pope Leo Xlll. ! "The Guardian in ever], [ home' --Our~ Motto. ] i | The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas ++ ....... t : LITTLE ROCK, ARK., DECEMBER 17,1927 14 mmm= "1 t W halen s llooks Unwelcome In England+ All of Fa [ ther Will Whalen's many[ ;.have been coldly and deliber-] kicked out of England! A boat-I of them was returned to St. this Week. Yes, it's the horri- truth. England is touchy, and trod on her corn:-'. he cracked a rude joke the Prince of Wales and the that so often shed him. Enff- It's lese majesty now fly-paper might hold his to his steed. Mary told in "The tUaw,, that the British sol- the Indians for American the scalps of women and gagged at that. lie Gazette writes Whalen,s "The Ex-Nun:" I Stand in the States the n drive to their daily duty They can afford to novels; we cau't" when interviewed crushed to earth. "I bad reviews of my stuff xe said, fanning himself World, but the English together to mur- a single notice was de- resents that we're so s, When she seems to be HEFLIN INSULTS OUR PATRIOTS (From Birmingham, Ala. News) What is more significant than all this, Mr. IIeflin finds--if he hasn't yet discovered "it, he will soon have a rude awakening on the subject.--- that this state's citizens are quietly comparing these speeches of his, these views of his, which inflame religious prejudices, with the views anti. speeches of other representatives of Alabama in the United States dsenate. Voters everywhere are now seriously asking questions like these: If the Roman Catholic Church ,for ' example, is the grave peril to Amer- ica that Mr. Heflin says it is, if the Roman hierarchy is the deadly foe. " of American institutions that he boasts he has "discovered" it to be, why is it that to none of Alabama's wise and patriotic United States sen- ators has been vouchsafed the ira- portant revelation that Mr. Heflin says has been received by him? Why is it that nothing like these charges of Mr.. tteflin's may be found in the speeches or writings of Rufus M. King, former United States'sena- tor from Alabama and vice president of the United Sta~es Why may they not be found in the utterances of Yaneey, or of John T. Morgan, or of Edmund W. Pettus, or of Joseph Johnston, or~ of John H. Bankhead, or of Oscar W. Under- wood, or of Braxton BraK~ Comer? reverse. Nothing Yankee Why, and. again why? m London town if Lm Why were these charges that Mr. )It". Among us Cath:"! Heflin now makes against the Roman ~n Enghsh novelist. Isa-: Cathohc hmrarehy not launched at :e, who publishes " tw~ I I some time in his career by the man ih New ~r,~t. c,;+.. ~'xr[l who took the oath of office as pro- ;"y k~n~y ;'*m vi+ional president of the Confederacy eoat her ve he St Louis * In o~, ~ . - at Montgomery? -~to meV The En l'~ ~ ~'~ -" not discover these dangers to his lathe f+e: what" Lon ~I]0[l~ ~i~t---'--~l ~I~ ~11: ~l~[~ Why is it that Jef, erson DuwJs did at conrad PU'"~. hot for the,bgo:k_{ . . . ~1;----- ', . country? olisher has in LondonI "-" "-" "-" --- ' - ' --'- --'- --'- -.'- -.- - -~ Why was Mr. Davis so indifferent e his ,,~,_ .... [ to Alabama's and Ameri ' " " s' II,, L "'Y~' ne sapped my[ -~ouple of years in London. The Eng- I :~K~ :~~ lj ~. ~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.~ ~ .~ ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~ ~ ?q~rd+~s "ao,.ln,.oa Mr Tharo~ ......... Ca S hbertle + tri,Laek overseas. I write l]ish love to see the h'ish roasted;] [~( ~(~(~(2~(2~-~~ ~(~ ~f~(~(~, :/~i ..... .: .... V. --" ...-':~ ...... tna~.,ne app.olnteu~n nm caolnet not: , tL 'Y about the Irish,]also us Yanks treated rough I [_~ -~-- -~'- -~rf.~t nave no men what constl~utes a only ouaan t'n~l!p ,enjamin, the Jew, *u~n ~. ......... i ............. " . I~..~"~/-,-,-i- ................. ~,~@ Nordic; they merely wish for another but Stepnen lvianoy, the Roman Cath- 1 ~,;,ta~'uu~nelrvlr$ues'[snoula worry: ~ly ~x~nun went intoI ~.1 'UL~/k"IHI/I lk' IIIl,'k'k' llfll,~ "~" " "" 9 --*~n anythin~ Irish in I ................. I LJIDtI31111/-I.' I,t III,.'m1.~ ~1,1 ..ll~, ~ excuse to thank God they are no~ as. one. our 0 +~ ~ [~nret~,eul~lOnS In ~nree moncns, ~vely~ ~ ,4eL~kJk~ZL~L~ ~~1 ......... ~ ............ ,~eMc viewnoint m,,o+ i ...... ~. u ..... . ........ ..... ~. I ~.'rc ~W" I other men. ~ney are ~oo mgniy ca- li Korean t.;al~noilc ell.lzens may not Ye~. Witness the u";~1"~ .... s"~Y~'~=T ~T ,-.v. ,,~vu~ ff~lJ~t~ ]~[~(]t]~/][ (~D]~t fI~I~K'tNTNTI?| ][ .Cb~[ucated to aspire to such t'itles aslbe trusted, as Mr. Heflin charges, a g y some. ~ne sme o~ me sand ann ~ne ~" l' ~ ' a lllLl_//~lq,~kl[.~.l.J. ~,~ ~[,~,~_[~][[~J[_AL~ , ~ ' ] a ann m wh was ~t that Premde nd the Paveock' l b-ek ...... , n . . I a~_ ' [ dragon or to glory 'n ppe "" g " IY . " " nt Davis ge . , a oz me xoo~ ~o ~onaon. ~u~ t " : .. . , I for a few ..... [ ....... [ ~l~ The following messag~ to the Catholics of the United States ~ ]public in a nightshirt, but they have [ commmsmned Beauregard, a Cathohc, i snor~ ~arv-l, ao nope we won t go ~o war aoou~ ~'~-~ "' 'r-~[ ] " " N ,,, ~ ...... [ ,~, was g~ven $o the N. C. W. C. News Serwce by His Eminence W~I-~ ~r 1 invented a seudo-scienee of to be heutenant eneral m the Con- e,, ~or~, buc sta:~eo a it " ham Car in ~ . . ~ me e y p ~ g [~ " d 'al 0 Conne]l, Archbishop of Boston ~t'k~[race to exploit in highbrow fashion/federate Army, and Raphael Sem- I " " ]~q " -'--"-- ....................... ~[~ ~f~ ~'~[ ]the spirit of the Ku Klux Klan. i (Continued on page 32.) i[@ At this time lon after the da ...... + I , y wnen we m gnt - expect peace among nations, rumors of wars and feel- t] __ D! -- 1 ings of disquiet and unrest are everywhere. Peace of 1, 'r soul and mind are the greatest blessings in tl e world, [lll It * __ lip * and only Gods grace and man's good-will, and the [ operation of the human heart with God's infinite de- LI,4tj , q i,q L . "aoor] rphincr- [ signs, can bring these to men. ,May this choicest bene- INCORPORATED @ "1 "*- ~b~-bU-~-:~U I . / @ " t, d ctmn of God bless the souls of men during this holy season' ,-- a. t " ~ ~" SAFE ON THE it*+.PO ' The wink- of the Natmnal" Cathohc" Welfare" ] ference, is one which ought to bring peace, peace 'l @: + l-l ] JF Pl [ [@ among the American Hierarchy,,, the Priests and peo- pie, because it is carried on for the purpose of giving I glory to God and exalting His Church upon earth. / 11 When this work is done unselfishly and devotedly, the L "-: ...... 'W_Y spirit of+ Christ s peace will bless the undertaking and + III II - .+ give dren jo3 at this to Our holyHly time Mother the Church and her . chil- Operating I " , . . II II " (Signed) WILLIAM CARD. 0 CONNELL, The Majestic Hotel ' Archbishop of Boston. . I@ The Majestic Bath House l I 'ATgtil IP Cl. l:V two years ago. Since her death he[l line Ma eshc Annex ,,~,,.=,,..=~,=.,,=v ~alLslulla +nan maae ms nome with .a married}@ FflR. R PRI?NTI:R daughter here. . " " " And Apartments a. v .~ usIII~LaJL qllLiJ~k) 4~ " ~ WORD NORDIC COINED If It s Home Plate ONCE HEAD OF B.L.E. .+ KU KLUX, NORMAN THOMAS DECLARES You Know It's Good" Sold by most allgood gr9cers. x Call for it by name! Scott-Mayer Commission Co, % (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Cleveland, O., Dec. 10.-~Funeral services for W. B. Prenter, former president of the Brotherhood of Lo- comotive Engineers and for many years prominent in labor circles, were held in the Church oJ~ Our Lady of Peace here today He was buried in a Cleveland cemetery. Mr. Prenter died of pneumonia, last Wednesday, at the age of 72. He was a convert, having been received into the Church several years ago. Mrs. Prenter, also a Catholic, died Baltimore, Dec. 3.--Characterizing the "Nordic myth" as "merely a high- brow variation of the Ku Klux Klan," No~man Thomas, a director of the League for Industrial Democracy, ad- dressed 85 members attending'the Third International Student Confer- ence at the Friends Meeting House here last night. Representa~cives from 22 nations attending educa- ~ tional institutions in Maryland, Penn- sylvania, Delaware and the District of Columbia were in the audience. "Most of those who boast of being " @ HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK "% ARKANSAS i