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L ! | 'r ! !'i f Page 8 ' T *) GL, AIDIAN, DECEMBER 22, 1923 .1 CATH()LIC WOR.LD "J.:IIO,NA.I.. CA:_T H OLI_C W: EZ, J ,4".RJ CO" g.R.Ft.X MADAME CARUSO A BRIDE AGAIN TIlE WIDOW OF ENRICO CARUSO was married in London to Capt. E. A. lngram. They are shown leaving Brompton Oratory after the ceremony which was attended by hundreds of musical and artistil folk. (Pacific and Atlantic.) NUNS IN GERMANY turn their hands to many jobs in these days of financial chaos. These sisters are painting the woodwork of their orphanage in Berlin. and by doing so save the institution several million marks a day. (Pacific and Atlantic.) CAMERA PRINCESS IN MADONNA ROLE ORDER FROM AMERICA SAVES GERMAN ARTISTS [ REV. DANIEL LORD, S. J., has been chose to write a pageant for the International Eucharistic Con. tress due to be held in Chicago in 1926. He is a member of the facul- ty of St. Louis U. PRINCESS MATCHABELLI has arrived in America to role of The Madonna in Max Reinhardt's spectacle "The Princess played the part in London in 1912, and her in the religious drama created a sensation and gained for ht blessing from Pope Benedict. Photo shows the Princess as in "The Miracle." (p. & A.) MINISTER TO VATICAN--The first picture to reach America of M. Doulcat, the new French minister to the Vatican. (Underwood and Underwood.) MOSAICS FOR THE NEW CATHEDRAL A'F ST. LOUIS are being made in a Berlin studio. The mosaic Industry of Got'many has been at n low ebb for several years, and the order from St. Louis was a "llfe saver" for the artists and other workmen. Professor August Oetken is seen supervising the making of the mosaics which will adorn the new cathedral. (United.) MANY NOTED FRENCH CATHOLICS were the guests of the American Club of Paris at the banquet given in celebration of Thanksgiving. in the photo, taken at the Palais d'Orsay, are seen (left to right) Car- dlnul Dubols, Archbishop of Paris. the President of the Club. Ambassador Herrick. Marshall Joffre, Gen- eral Pershlng, Marshall Foch, General Gouraud. Monsignor Bandrillart. (P. & A.) CHAPEL CAR TO COMBAT PROPAGANDA.--The fig the Church in Oregon has induced The Catholic Church Socigty to place its chapel car "St. Peter" at the disposal lic Truth Society of Oregon. The car, which is one of the railroad coaches in the world, is fitted with a beautiful altar above). It will be moved from place' to place, and tell the truth about the Church. at the same time providing Catholics in small settlements. 41 IN LOWER H ONLYvVOMAN A NEW PORTRAIT OF POPE PlUS Xl. has been completed by Bignor A. Tamburin, a noted Italian atist who has Just come to America. The artist has brought 'the canves to this country, together with ethos, for which the King of Italy, Mussolini and Cmqum lave gave special sittings, (Wide World.) C. P. R. HEAD DIES.Baron Shaughnessy was for nineteen years president of the Canadian PacifiC: Railway. Every train on the sys- tem halted for two minutes during the funeral services, which were conducted by Archbishop Gauthier. (P. & A.) HEADS BANK MERGER.John A. Lynch, a prominent Chicago Catholic, will be chairman of new banking institution resulting from merging of National Bank of the Republic and National CAt7 bank, with assets of eighty.five millions. THE ONLY WOMAN MEMBER OF THE NEW HOUSE b a Catholic, M, Jo&m It No/am,  Cnilornls, of the late prnmmtatlvo John I. Nebm 8he is seen Caplta[, with hw aqhts',  h  8NsioI. (]fikl8