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,HERO LOU]SL NA , DIES OF PNEUMONIA Orleans, Dec. 12. The Rev. de la Corgnais, pastor church at Pointe a la of Plaquemines par- former deputy sheriff and L of schools, widely throughout the section as the of the Bayous" died of pneu- Hotel Dieu here today. r fifty Years this deeply beloved THE GUARDIAN, DECEM]3EI located on the outskirts of the city on a tract of land donated by the John Dunn family of Corpus Christi. Situ- ated on the highest elevation about, the building can be seen far off on the highways leading to the city. A ,beautiful shell driveway, which is later to be flanked by palms and trees leads up to the building, and sets off to great advantage the beautiful col- onial lines of the new building. The campus will be spacious and ideal for all athletic sports, while Nueces Bay, near by with its splendid beach will provide ample facilities for sea fish- ing and sailing. troops." No doubt a large haul of over a man who is the antithesis of beads and prayer books was taken. I everything American; holding up for Dwight Morrow is welcome to his praise one who is not only a plun- seat between Obregon and Calles, derer and a tyrant, but who denies as Thursday's papers state. He is also welcome to think this expert showmanship will bring "good will." Imagine it, "good will." What must the slaughtered, the raped, the im- prisoned, the robbed, the persecuted, and all their relatives in Mexico, think of this vulgar, sordid and dis- gusting performance? What must they think of this great United States, the lover of justice and alomonor of the world? They nmst civil and religious liberty, who decries a free press and elementary justice, who defies the practices and principles of all civilized countries and individuals. And this is the man whom we are to extend friend- ship to---"good will" it's called. The "Turk" must laugh up his sleeve at our officials and press No wonder he just took off the censorship, just in time to parade the glad tidings of sycophancy. The faculty of this college will be feel we are in league with their op- members of the Benedictine Order, pressers and murderers They must referred to as former professors at Subiaco College, think we are interested only in dol- ruler of the swamp who will come well recommended not lars and cents and jackass editors ers.of Louisiana," acted as medi- only because they have been brought and statesmen are saying the present t he quarrels ef trappers, hunt- up in the traditions of the great Ben- harlaquinade is put on to show we and boatmen, who were edictine Order, whose chief work is are not interested solely in cash! and tomght mourn- the teaching of youth, but also be- Do they enjoy Rogers' jokes or him extended into the fast- cause of their eminent and unQuali- M~rrow's rotarian diplomacy? Would s of the watery wilderness overt fled success in their past work atNew you in weeping over the fate of he presided, prayers by the[ Subiaco Abbey and College. ]your wife, husband, sons or daugh- being offered for him] .... I ters, enjoy Mr. Rogers, employed by his "domain." MISSISSIPPI VALLEY SUFFERERS the undertakers, to come in and tell- PAGE FIVE der sent as the next ambassador of Good Will. Auntie: "Do you ever play with bad little boys, Willie?" Willie:"Yes, Auntie." Auntie: "I'm surprised. Why don'L you play with good little boys?" Willie: "Their mothers won't let T~e." SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK ] THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff .................................................... 5,000.00 when the levee at TO BE CHRISTMAS RECIPIENTS , ~ , . was d~mamited to save $100,000 GIFT OF POPE PlUS Xli woulding yOubeJOkeS?in no suchOf courSemood, not,NeitherYOU non-stopWhat thiSmatrimonialCountry needsflights.iS more MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE,INCOMPLETEPme Bluff .................... 5,000.00 is from the onrushing[ --- lure the honest and intelligent Mexi- BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ....................................................................... $4,548.47 of ded Mississippi, the " cans. The robbers and murderers the flue [ (Continued Flora Page One) . .... ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ............................................................. 5,051.50 ~cSt. Thomas' refused :of ~h~c:~l~lC;1e rd~f, edth;vd~h?)tls of course, are and will. It will SACRED HEART BURSE ............................................................. 330.00 o.~ ~es, and Father Gir- " ~ so lighten the burden of their dirty BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE ..... ................................... 100.00 to ,.tay with them nearest to the situation and best able work It will ease their conscmnce KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS ............. : ........................ 718.80 ,,.~ _ ~ ,, ..Ito determine its most useful form. It will make them think they are -~a~ appolntea aepu~y! . ,, ,, Other offieia!s~, had depart- . In many places, espectally m Lores-. somebody; that all honest people. INCOMPLETE BURSES he districi, so the venerable tuna, small rural parishes and missions do not hate them. "Good will," BISHOP BYRNE BURSE mn~e the ,~ . suffered grievously, the co le lo why this present display in Mexico The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial s ' ~ole law enforce+ .. P P ~- .... . . . . a well a~ of the C-~'-^'~ ing all and priests and churches shar- w 11 t P ' ill-will ....... . Y tare ~ ~ ~_,,~ t" )tle" ua mountain of honor to the first Bmhop of the Dmcese of Ltttle Rock, alread ' 1 " ~ ' ' ]j, L/~.~, IX. , In the count,, For weeksling in the general destitution Much of detestati.on for the United S~ates has a credit depomt of $4,447.47. This Burse calls for no stated ed as .... ( .... " " "] " ' Judge and iur,, and did[ )utmde asmstance wtll be reqmred to ~ ou must, even though Morrow and amount of donation, and tts present sum total is the result of aiS 0 ., .y + . ~ . . . . P wer to care for the med- ] bring them back to a normal condi- the kept press do not, distinguish [ -- large and small donahons by those interested m perpetuating eeds of the nonulation a~ thereI tion, and it is felt that this gift hel,~- between Calles and the Mexican I the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the p iesthood of t~hYmcian within several miles ] in~ the people to get back to their people. The first represents the [~ the diocese which he organized and unto whmh he gave of his ~r Girault had ...... .~ ..... ~l ordinary occupations, ' will be of the very antithesls of the Mexican peo-[ ~ prayers, of his work, and of his life. amen~ th ..... ,, . .. [greatest a~sistanc~ pie. A poor man, he ts now rich;I The Bmhop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which e L,a]uns o~ ~ne , ~ ~" a common tough, he is now a dic LET US CARVE YOUR even donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and re- I misia " " Pope s Gratitude to Amerlca+n People. ' - " "- THOUGHTS IN ST NE Y rector of th~ o~ .... ~ ~ o, When the president of the Catholic tater; he is the enem:~ of the hen- celve due credit on the Seminary records. ~l na parishes, and wtnle ~ 0 3 DIIUI'~|I U ~b, ~ . , . at Poin ..... Near East Wqfar~ As~^:~: -- -:~:~~ orableMexmans and all eivilized t Monahan can symbohze your Prewously acknowledged .................................................................. $3,528.47 be a la llacne, near v c ~uc~a~lo/l Vl.~tc- + " , .... ' people If the United States did lo~e m a fitting memorml that Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark ....................... 10.00 th. of the great "Father of[ ed Rome in the latesummer to re- . ," , _ I will endure through the ages ........ f --mer" a Fort ........... his real c~--aurcn- '- was a a~'o- t port to the Hoby Father the p~-ro-~ "e-.~,+ ' not. nave an emoargo on arms, ne~ ~ee~ our aem .... s or wm~e " wa~nouc ~augn~ers o ~- m , ~m~:n, 2~rK ......................... IUU.UO iser', fit~oA .... ;+~ ~ g~:,~lwhieh had been made by the A .... ;~ I would not last in power twenty-! gn, . Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ................... "__ .......... 50.00 essio,--+ "~..~" :"':' ," ........ --'-- ..... ~ ........... ~:lfour hours The American neonle ] Mark Every Grave. Ignatian Knights, S H Academy, Helena, Ark " 25 00 . -m, wirn wnicn ne visit-I uun tn carrying ou~ Its program o~, " .- r ~ ......................... ~lmost impenetrable reaches, relief and welfare work in behalf of deluged in all this rot find it hard [ I~ONAHAN ~ SON "Kindly" ................................................. 3.00 ng lga- - - ' "-IRussia and "h- " ............. I to crawl from under. But they will Donation from Levy ..................................................... 1.00 us wherever ne couldl " ~ e ~near mas~, nls ~1o11- 410-412 W. Markham St. . If do , Children of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark 85 00 " zen worshipers I hess inquired most anxiously concern- Merciful heavens.American offi- [ . ..... " ................ the " I Pupils of St Anne s Acaaemy, Fort Smith, Ark . 100 00 proud bo-se -e ~-] ing the plight of those in the flood lcials parading, dining and slobberin~ .................................. :hat ....... ," ~ ~,~ :*:~"~'] ~i~- ~,-,A ^~,~ +~-~ ~,..~ .~ ~..~ [ , , . Bequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinnott, Little Rock, Ark ...... 50000 .,,~e cnnaren naa been, e, .......... .~,~,~ .......... . ....... I'~--- ..... -~ -~ Anon ous Hot S rin s Ark. 50 00 ~r h~m than for any other[Personal contnbutmn. He satd thatl~'~J[ . -" ..... : . ..ym , .... ~, g, _ _ ................................ xs st ~Kna~mn ~mgl~. tteena, Ark 10 00 ate. For years shinsIthe assuming of so much of the bur-[[]] + ]~ " ........................................ anchor at Pointe a la Hache!den of relief in the Near East b the[E ~um~ -- m [] St Andrew's Cathedral School Children 100 00 receive the blessing of thelAssclarion enabled him to mtak~this[/ "l'ha P nrri. | T . +ving ......................................................... 100, 'I the Bayous "[offering from his own funds He I|I ------ -, ---- ----_ _ | oo. ,+.. o++oo,. .......................... +.oo ,"~--- lexpressed himself as being thankfull IE ~ m O 1 [~ Morrilton, Ark ................................................................................ 1.0o OF CO that he co 1 Miss Frizzell, Fort Smith " 50 00 .._ RNER STONE ] u d thus show h,s grat,tudel~ rrenararnrv ocnool ] .................................................... JRPUs CHRISTI COLLEGE[ to the American people for the sup-]ll ~" .... "I ...... , I ~ . ' ' ' port they rendered h~s work for Rus Total $4,548 47 n" i "l[[~ (UNDER DIRECTION OF LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE) " ~, ................................................................................................. ~mued From Page One) l sia and the Near East.Pope Piusl,~m~t ~.~ BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE rimes, I and a Copy of the added that he hoped the ffering[ I~I F~ 1 Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. Gallagher,+Mena, Ark .............. $i00.00 essenger. ! would bring as much joy to those to .the blessing, the Rt Rev E [whom is would be distributed as tt/]~ ~ " ~ I " ~" _lOI-II~I'~ _ql~l~l~v AlII~t m tna, D. D., Bishop of Corpus[ had given him to be able to make it.| 1|1 .............................. URSE ~n Whose diocese the newt 11 ] .... | This Burse is a foundation by the priests who have been ,s erected .................... .... + .... :~ +~.^ ~.~_,1 MORROW-ROGERS -LINDBERGH- .... l| ordained, from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the ', and paid just tribute to[CALLES MEXICO'S "4 HORSEMEN/ I~ ......... ~, . , people m general as a recognition of the present-day success of thews ....... [ F a = ,,. ............ ClaSSlCa| clentlhc Eommerclal the faculty and the students of this important diocesan insti d ~ ~ une eneaic ine or-/ O PE C, ............ m itic Commercial . . , ed by St. Benedict, the Fath-/ EGG DIPLOMACY[[[]] tution. monasticism, particu-I ._ . II|I EXCELLENT STAFF OF TRAINED TEACHERS ~ Previously acknowledged ................................................ $2,081.~0 ; . +*zing their achievements/(uonminued From Page One) | I~ ........... ~1 Beauest of Late Mrs. Bridget Sinnott ............................. 500.00 ,eld of learning such as the[man rights, principles, blood--they[ tt[ ~t Alu~mtaus 1923 500 O0 of the renowned Univer-/count not. An honest man, thel I|I R.A,-d;,.,~, ~nA D**r " Alumnus 1916 SO000 ,-at" . ........ o ......., School .................................................................. m, Bologna, Oxford, andlformer Ambassador, was interested| [~ t Day School Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark ........................ 1,000.00 " ollege, in Arkansas, geance and a nation in chains and i Ti41: TI:~T W 1 Total ............................................................................. $880 O0 nwn Benedictine institu-starvation is given jokes and show.I| AJk.JLI ..++. OF TOMORR0 I ......... State KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE . , has been appointed manship. II II -S~dent of the new college. Off in a corner amidst the pages of I! Whether you are a fool or a wise persc, can be tested very simply. I[ Arkansas K. of C. Councils, 1926 .............................................. $ 392.00 - Will be a boarding and bunk on Lindbergh's trip appearsl| The acid test is temorrow. That means: Is tomorrow in your |]Arkansas K. of C. Councils, 1927 .................................................. 3~,~0 exclusively for boys. and this headinm "96 Catholics' are E~ [| thought, dominating all you do today? Be a tomorrow man. The || Beptember 1928 ~It will cuted in Me~xico " H "-es --- "~" tl money you put in your Savings Account is Tomorrow's Money. ]| ........ ,,,, t . , ow uo anyone II - /~ ~otm .............................. ~.+ ................................................... ~o.o~ uegmning (ihiefly a high know they were Catholics? They[] ~~~ ~ 11" ~ A.W || .... " ecclesiastical, science, and undoubtedly were, because it is at| ~]~.d'~ ~ ~JL~ ][~,~~ |[ ~rORMATION AND DONATIONS Courses. Additional crime to be a Catholic in Mexico. In[| .............. ,, [] l~que~t for further information regarding any or all ~ ~ - be included in " . . ~ome ~row w~tn a ~rowmg ~anx " to the found " " the curm- the same news ~tem appears thin line | , [[ ~ng ation of Burses mad the benafitm abated by ~ontmllmox~ + ~ "quantities of arms and religious l| CAPITAL, $200,000.00 SURPLUS, $40,000.00 l[ likewise all donationa should be ~n~ to th~ Rector, Rt. Rev. ]t~om~r W. Colle ~s I ! , ge ' ideally articles were captured by Mexican _._. ~ H. Aret~, St. Job~ s Seminax~. i ST.JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. , COMPLETE ST. MARY S BURSE, Hot Springs .............................................. $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock .............................. 5,000.0~ A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training for One Seminarian. Morrow is not through with his Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do- professional stunts. He should now nated. An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received have either Gilda Gray or Ruth Sny-and Recorded.