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Western World, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1921, Des Moines, Iowa Vol XVII THE WESTERN WORLD DBS MOINES THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1921 WALK IN THE SPIRIT OF GOD Follow This Injunction and Most of the Trials of Life Will Disappear The Flesh and The Spirit Are Antagonistic and The Spirit Must Prevail Rt Rev T W Drumm D D Walk m Ite spirit and you shall not fulfill the lusts of Ibo flesh Gal 5 1C My dear brethren This text sug gests a number of thoughts The first word is uppermost in the minds of people Dea Moines at pres I have been plac ing parlabes in several oE Ihe su burbs of the City in Ibo last Iwo years confident Ihnl it was destined to grow and fill up Us fifty Four inttea ol apace with 200000 people in the next decade of years ivlio could gc tack and forth within its borders cur leniently tiuickly and cheaply Now transportations fa iifieertaii and confused end uany of these pco ptc bavc lo walk or catch a ride o racked Into haphazard crazy lo 50 lo Ihefr business o or Iheir homes And worst o all with all our boasted ability then doesnt Eeeiu to lit a man in De aioines big enough or courageous enough to take a largo city view nni fuluio view of the wholesituation and drive through a plnn that wil me Ihcsc views are certainl m mill led in meillticrlty and have m reason to be proud of our leaders ii any drparlniont Tlio streetcar people lost lUeir op portunity when at every turn thc liitlril to pleflso the people anil their patronage Tlis bus people lost their opportunity when after their promises nnd with no can the Itii 5tU andSth ot August they diM not go out and carry the people Hotf they done that with a clear CcM a mighty business in tlie most talkedof city In the country or in thr world would have been tbe word But smnllsiosB ond selfishness prevented seeing or seizins the op Their rnprcswitatlve said we do it alone we dont need any outside help or suggest ions or capital Now thny and tliclr rigs nre arti Dts VoUrcs is 1 joki for the nation carrying in Dis Moinus or any else have to be to si Irack or a rollcy Especially wlirn pttiplc Imvo to walk blocks to REI la the track in order to rldo n fc arn ore bio cks We build s t re c t s anil sidewalks and schools nil through tlic city fur tlie convenience of the poo ii To Why not carriers moving freely here and there at frequent in tervals for the convenience of the people Hut they moat bo systematized for the safety and convenience of tlio rouble and for their own profit as tlir streetcars were syslenmtUeil in their day Cant tlio bus liansporta iia systematized It tho auto mobilc lias eiten iriln tlm slreetcnr buiiineas then Ihe Btreel car business miisl accommodate itself tbe will of tlio people in competition wllh soatj rapacity on rubber tires propcll rd by pa a going whellicrsocver It will These vehicles nre conipetlnR wilb Hie railroads across thn country Tin ntlier day I saw a car competing veiy successfully with a fa at Rock Inland train over a long slrctcb of i aititintli Iowa road The carrier that cannot servo the wihhca of the people or will nol ac itself In fiese will linve to stand antilo sooner ft and watcli the one that will do ihe newmode of llovtblc Irans come to stay nnd II im Kiilniiff faat nn iho okl rlRlil metlmd Eh Minos ucoilrf mailer mnra nuni hc 3treetcar or walk The people must he tarried and they arc willing to ray for it bul they want to get back o nickle I bate to use lhat horridword and Ihey would nol begrudge a penny war tax aso since they they lo pay that anyway This however is only one of the many trials of life and one of the aftorthewar Oltficultlea And when his Is settled we will have others succeeding this Oh If propla could only HJilk in the spirit ot Christ then they would ace tnese IhingB in their proper proportion and would nol allow difficulties to disturb them or throw into gloom or dispair Two princinles inseparable but an lugcnislie dominateour llesli and tho spirit The flesh which of itself hns no life but by Its neces sary union willi he lifegiving spirit gains some Imporlanco struggles from the einrl of reason forIts own hriilish incapable of rising above earthly sensual things grovel ling low plodding In tinkling tickl ing pleasures of tie norld it trys ever to lroj down the spirit to the depths of vices in which itself de lights Tlio spirit coming from God ever tends toward God struggling up wards striving to free itself from Ihe trammels of earthly nUaiiiros lo Ifio contemplation of the hish r and nobler Ihinga of fiita nnd hope and ove and justice nnd holi ness and Heaven and God lo know Him lo serve Him and to enjoy Him Walk Lji the spirit and you shall nol fullill Ihe lusts of the Iksli These two principals are entirely la nature and In actlan tho tic1 tending upwards tho other dawn ind thero is a consliinl strife ring on hoiivecn tJicm witli illcniit ig results liven SL 1aul felt the feeling That which 1 will I do be placed In lie Church of the II donna ol Pompeii at Naples Italy Antonio Ajello maker ot the coi die has erected a derrick in his sho by means ot which the candle Is d ped thrice daily inlo boiliog allow It will he completed in pn week and will weigh about IOflD poun1i Mr AJello has figured that the caiull would burn continuously for thirlee years and ssven months No NEW BISHOP FOR TOLEDO Rt Rev Dr Stritch Chancellor e Nashvflle Dfocese Will Succeed Bishop Schremba Homo Aug Rt Kev Msgi S A Strltch has been appolntci DtKhop of Toledo Ohio it was an nouncctl at the Vatican today Msgj Strltcli is Chancellor ot the DIocos of XashYille Tenn Dishonelec Strltcb will succeed Bishop Joseph mmihH who several months i appointed Bishop ut the Oh lend Dloceso Bishop Schremba wil e up his now duties on Sept JOAN OF ARC PILGRIMAGE By N G C News Service Paris August Foucault Bishop of SaintDie announces in hi pastoral letter that the first Snndaj September of each year is lo set aside for the annual pilgrim tlic SaintDie Diocese to he birth place of Joan of Arc at Domreni tut to the basilica oE iiolsChenu sliich has been erected on he apol where the Maid watched her slicop parish of Dorcmy forms part of KeDiocese of SfiinlDle ITIHK inoio difinfod and nl fransiiortiillon but it min mlnrlH to pill Unit lu Krmvtli of a liljj clly rlJh is nnt my anil I did nut Jntfnd tf mottdlp in It at al JITO In mind my lnulncss rttub js onil Jkiivi thin iiuiltor In wliciMf li Is to proviilo U hut Ihe of cnrrylnK ihe poorlo luck nnd concerns tin iluircli as ns city nnd routurns nvcryonn in llif city whttlior we ride the bun or not and what I will Cow truly lie describes what cvnry ioor sinner feels And it siuiws ll iclf in tirlghliors and In nallonri Thu ilriifglc for the mastery ol the llesh ind the spirit ceases mit till doatb For tlui llesli lustelli the iphil tun the spirit lualath he Ilesh for thcao are contrary on o another HO that you do not th hliiKs that you would do not grow on thistles n Jitter fruit in good trees Tho frulls Jf the flesh arc like Itself vicii nil bitter those ot the spirit good ml holy ami virtuous Tlie worki tho flesh ICB manifest fornica ion lust envies enmities con ten ions dissensions ftcclK ales ettr etu And Ht Panl hat they who do such things shall uter Ihe kingdom uf Heaven lirlr IiOiiven the unclean ileu 11 ro of the world and Us cnunter In Ihe world to come In whiit heauhful conlrnst stand out the rruils of the siiirll ehnrity imss faith moilcsly nnd cbaatlly And how beautiful these same vir tues sliind out todiy in tho inidsl of inanity Rlonm suH of tiiitli and Ofliiili Liniiio dily anil niuihrtstlly This of he Jesfi Which life do you live of thn Ilesli nr of the uplrlt which side do yon sympHthlite Tliu HptrU unukonelli the flesh prolllftb ilolhtiiK In tho spirit you sluUl nut fulfil tho ol tho IHih Amen CARUSO PRIEST SCIENTIST CAUSES A STIR Common Root Primitive Races Proven by Sctmidt r ot Vienna By Dr Frederick Fundep Bpoeia Correspondence X C W C Vienna August Suliiiiidi df st Gabriels training colkgu for missionaries near Vienna JIIH HISJG pIiiloIORfcai and etinioto gical discoveries that have been cre ating something oE a sensation In in tcHectual circles Dr Oehl a professor of Uie University of Fnbourg in Switxor ii hns Ijoen making a study of tbo epochmaking rescarcUes ot this pricatly and has juat pub lUliotl his coucluslona In tlio Oontem Review of Accord ing to Dr Oohl FiUier Scbmtdts discoveries arc ft scientific achieve merit of the greatest Importance to just occi the Christian religion and cerlwln to at tlio m for tlieJr aiilliar great fame Tlicy circ a great step forward Hr Oolil dcclarea toward tlie conclusion that all Jnnguages used by mankind 3re from the source J they also prove Dr Oclil tisKorts tho old inherited monoLheiain f the primftivo raced Ir rn etlniolo glcal facl which la uol lo he doubtod This puts an end Dr Oehl de clares to iU theories of ovolullon ihtn which are haunting KO many mlnils ami tlio absurdity of tho tales of Leastlike men without religion la shown onco more Persistent Student Father Willielm Schmidt waa born nt Horde in Wcslphalla in 1SCS the of a teacher te first studied jjJtiiri scienccs in lisirlin Jatcihi took up the Rtuily of oriontal ian fiiuiRCS For tvreiiljjlvo years hu has lie DTI teaching cs pm lessor of eih noloKy tnI iihllogoy at tlm training cnllogo of St ISabriel of Uic Society ot HID Divine Word His scientific range tlio American African Australian ond Oceanic Ian fiuuges of Southern Asia and Aus tralia iim of In IiiHl liutian Arclii pclago Thousands of languages nnJ Jtaloets of Hie most heterogencona origin mix here By carefully com paring lilted most iHitlciiH utul orlg liiil wlikli nro ivllely Jirrniiuiliiil Falhtir Kchmidt recos thcsin as hclng nf the same his uniril orijln that ia to say M have iiranclied off IhonsaiittH of years agn fnun the primitive In nonage which for ban been extinct In tlm same way the IndoOnuanic sillKlo lailfillHRcS finil till ImlnCcT uiKiiiisi family or tlie ir ther Sell mid t has furnlsborl the moai convincing scientific proof ot this ter Based upon Katier Schmidts dis covcriea the sclenliat Konrady quitc recently traced the relationship ex Isliug between the Indian languagea and those of further locKa with he languages of IndoChtna Tasmanias Ancient Language Another great result of Father Schmidts important researcheg Ja to have thrown a light upon the lan guages spoken fa Australia Until recently next to nothing was about them Difficulties with regard these studies were1 Ihe greater bp ise the scientists engaged in atu t of this kind only look up some of these languages In this way on ly inadoiuate insufficient results ex iited which often were contradiC tory conceroiug whole domains ot languages Father Schmidt has pro oil that on tho Island of Tasmania one of tlie most ancient languages of Ihe world Is spoken The result ot this research has not been published yet but is ready for publication iK the desk of the acholar of SL Jnit as Important as Walter Schmidts philology statements are researches in ethnology and tbelr results Atheist scfensts are fry Ing lo convey the Idea of the priml live mans lack of religion Accord ing to their doctrines religion is n product of a larger human imagina tion fn which the beaEtlike primitive man is said to have been wanting Religion therefore s said to bo onielhfng subsequent originating iti uman nature not innate and trans uiUef to posterity by researches nade by tbe primitive man Pygmy Races MonothelBts In a suceeaslon or large worhs the nicstly scholar uf St Gabriel now s dcmonslraimff that the pygmy i aces of the interior of Africa of South Africa Soulb Asia and of tlic i South Sea all belonging to tlie primli ivc races of mankind possess a pure nonotheism anJ it is quite an o observe a high moral philosophy vhlcli Includes the practice of mono liiniy He c specially scientific point of reli ioti of the antnchtones of Southeast nstralia proving IrrefulaWy that Is the most ancient mani estatlon o nil human religion Pother fichpifdt has nrge part of hia and sults In Iho periodical Anthropoid by him in ISOS in Aienna ather Schmidt is another Mezzo lit I He ttiorougiily knows n nuin r of oriental languages and also Trench Polish CzechoSlo aklnn Croatian Italian and Span THE NEEDS OF RURAL PARISHE Necessity of GWcIi Leaderali and Parisk Sctoola Great Agencies of Bjntfjt By N a Washington oy of rural V C News Service August su 3 antf missions e County Oregon conducted Lai Hv Edwin V OHara under the a spices of the Social Action Depa merit Df the X C W C has bei completed and the report filed Pai y in tho nature of a religious ce It goe3 tenancy amoog the pa Ishlonera tho cooperative socleli d special credit facilities in II county home conveniences the c portunlties hh people bave for li care of their health and tho rellgloi needs ot tho several missions in th county end how tlie needs are bel Ct In addition fatlrer OHara u i Hie basis oC the survey outlines program of Catholic rural actio considers of general appl cation in tbo United Stales Features of Suggested Program Tha more important features otth progMin rather OHara snnimnrJzi 5 follows 1 A sense ot the critical Impor ice of the rural religious problei iust be developed ja the CaJholi 2 The rural clergy should stud nnd promote al practicable rural ci iterative Pnterprfses y A revision of rural domeati economy must be promolcil lo mak he farm home attractive to womei 4 Sisters hospitals En the count should bo multiplied and their oppo ties for social service bo dove oped with the active cooperation he rural parishes 5 Creation of rural social and creationul facilities eolonitallo witli a view lo reinforcing rcliglo with social bend C Widening of intellectual lute ests of the countryside especiall encouraging those agencies whic subserve religion 7 Developing Btrong rural rclig stus centers and employing means reffsfous adapted ti ral conditions ATHOUC EDUCATION 1ST DEAD Hv X C W V News Service Berlin August death lias TCSI of Dr Alsls Kuopfler go of 74 years Dr Knoptler waa oorn In Bavaria and after liril Hanl studies in Modern Languages Mathematics and Theology at Tubi3in and initiative as it 1ms been al inson and extensive travels through HO thn most favorable ileli for the France Switzerland ond England he development of religions vocations devoted himself to cilucatiotiil work The Church is called to rural louder He was ordained a priest by Bishop shin not merely from legitimate jinr lUfele in 1S74 tivoa Df selfinterest but alao because Hr Knottier distinguished himself of its peculiar Illness In helping to Church Leadership Essential Father OHarti emphasizes in Jii report the Leadership which th must undertake In rural life Since the country 13 the proliH source of lie says ft obvious that tho Church which min istuis to rural congregations is as siircd ot the future ot Ifiu city a well as in the country The neglecl of the country by the Church wil mean not merely the loss nt numbers in the future but iho loss of leaders becauso tho country has been the natural training school of individual nisei in the literary world and hi studios in Church History tinve tieet translated into mnny languages ant have gone through several editions CATHOLIC PHILANTHROPIST Buys His Parents Old Home In Ger many For a Home Orphans Fuorsit n city has A known Catholic if this urdifiscd his parents old is native town Miirlmch Baden ami turn It Inlo an asylum for clill He has Iclt lor Germany to ilroi KU KLUX KLAN To Fight A Cei union Object 1 n Rc By N 0 W C Ncwa HcrfEcu Philndelphln it tho of the Ku Klu Khm wlm heUl their ilrst mretinp in this city In ihe ImHia rooins nf the nonciH ArisnciJi i L17 f 11a niJ Avenue nro ujjiinsi nrtain reliclons fiilth was mudc hero to the mciiuliLrs who solve tlio rurftl problem The rural problem Is chiefly a social the Ctiujeii is a socmJ agent In the sparsely sullied rural districts tow social agencies have cohesive force enough to survive and no other agency cnn cxcrt tho profound social iniliicrice in a rural cuiinuunity which the Church can exert through a Ions period ot years In the llisit section of the report Father OHara recommends Hint ru ral pistors and the Church in cnil call in Hie iitlcntlim of Iatho lii larmcrs the wnrk nf those agen cies which liolp to improve methods ot production ohliin better credit Afcer a Tfport on home comforts and tlio work nf the women nn ho in his parish Father Olhini mitts that no oscncy comma in rloser con lad with the rural home than does In Church and nuno can mnro a lo t fu nimy f ny mitigate the h Hlioni of life In wli wnniLn live and r or which diMTL the Jirmi of illtlLi lUrwiirin lo impr millions iviJ InIll Inward llx 1 jivoliVm anil tow uiininiry to great losu of life among both r t tiers and Infants has been check Father OHara points out also how hospital in rural districts can cm to the farmers through visiting mi es and clinics the best methods caring for tbe health Father OHara lays special emph His upon the need of encourogl farm owntirshin and points out hi farmers should belp their sous to g ownerablp of a farm lie shows al how cooperative societies besid helping material welfare being f mers together in a social Lai of economic welfare and lack of s clability anions farmers drlvo the to the cities and towns and weakf further tho Church in the cou Iry districts Many Catholic farmer living remote from a Catholic Chun id from Catholic neighbors find hard lo keep the failh and transm it to their children Catholic Societies of Grtal Value This will help among Mier thins to solve the problem o mixed ma riages says the report Out of on hundred rural families in his PL Father OHara found twentyHire families in which cither the fath r mother waa a nonCatholic nn Lwentyolght more in which one jlher was a convert Catholic soci ies among both adults and boys an jirls are of great value ihe report d Blares in helping CatnoHe farmei o live a normal social life and r ain ani3 develop their love for the faith A parish library a closer ailaptlo if tbe school course to the iuterus md ncssis of farm children loctur religious pictures in th ionic Catholic and good secular r iciJf maeazines and books in t loiiie are pointed out as ot particnL inporlance for the social Lntellec ial ant religious Kfe of the farmin lopulatlon A vital clement In the Caiholl ocial orKatilzation of any parisb nsists Father 0IIora In his reporl rel i c iou s com muni ty wli e On f men or women The Sislcra wh Q parish achool mean vast to tlie parish than merely of instructors to the schoo lillflrcn A religious commuiilly lucting a Jjospita exerts m j nee upon others than the n both cases the parish has t a center religious llf vliich throws out its roots in a thou d ilirectfons and integrals In Catholic life of tlie communi in a way nol experienced when ic religious life is unknown I iral iistricls where il is Imposfilili ir a religious comnmnity to liavi s perntnuent home tlie advent a he Sisters to teach Sunday school r to conduct n religious summei utiool is un event oi great import nee to its social religions life arlsh or Sunday School Recommend eti Father OHara believes that a ru pnrish of 75 or 100 families cnn jvc a parish school In such earic 10 proUlom is nearly solved For nailer parishes and missions In oiis centers and tho rural jiarisbed hi various HCC nf Hid diuLese under the rural curis But ho points out that ir ost rural comnmnities in the Unit I StiUcs it IK to liavo 1 hool Tht next best is imlay fondiicteif by wcll trachcrs The jtrons rolisinns tenters or OHari continues must snii t Ihslr rolifiinus leieliers tin Sun ys to the remote rural districts at t uniil such a tlmfi as rniMl re iOU i t ver tint work FuthciOllira tells of the Ci ostLililidied in the Sutiilny of last Att i and pubiii th the c on th A FAILURE AND FRAUD spit nty ha s a Great Need TWO PRIESTS JiRE SLAIN Rev Father Wa3 Kid napped and Fatlier Coyle Sliot ty Protestant Muuiter By NT C W C News Service Francisco Aug crime in recent years has so stirred the peo ple of this region as the murder of the Kev Patrick E Heslin who was lured Ijom his pariah residence at on the pretext of a sick call and whoso bulletridden body was lound after uinc days burled al n des olate spot near Salada Beacti ttiirty south of tlifs city There fa the deepest speculation as to tho motive that prompted the crime Tbe gamut of the theories ft money lust that prompt 1 the kidnapper or kidnappers lo send chbi3bnp anna a demand ol 550t Tor Ihe return oE the priest to aati linlred which is hinted al in he letter which was sont to the AiTbWslinps office a fenhours after WiiLiiim lilghtower who directed he imlliorities lo the body of the Hissing priest is belli in custody and s being subjected to a rigorous grill ng by the police Archbishop Hannn has declared his mpc lhat some solution of the mys y will he found that will clear the Rood name of San Francisco That a poor priest going to assist man in the throes ot death could meet with foul play seems so Incred bio be declares that even the chb5shop liopen that in clearing up he murder of father HeslEn some vcusc may be lound that will save ho name of San Francisco Prisoner Grided by Police Talk o mob violenceand threats f lynching reaching the police after he discovniy of the missing body and vhen High tower was taken into cus orly resulted in a cordon of heavily jd officers liolng placed around he hall of justice building Higlitowciwas iniprisoneil to re vent any attempt to remove him i hocked at lirst by the revolting rime rcsffinals of tbe buy region as umcd tlirculcnliLK uttltutle tinil an ttenipt to lynch tho prisoner was cared llightuwcr iiitKr Ihe of olice questioning directed at him hen he rchirnotl with the authorities f I o r 1 c adina t he way to the rml rypt wherfi the munlered priest waa iried sUioil staunchly by his oiis of innocence Insisting that he as impelled lo visit the spot through foniifttfon which came to him from wemiLin acquaintance of the night o Difcnvcry of DIR prJDJils mntilitorl ended nine days nf ceasolosi ciirricti on by police purisfi ners and citizens who combed miles 1 hand dimes in tio vi nity of the town of folma night and iy in ui effirt to clear up the mvs the search wat still at ninniiis down cluus in San ami various iinipUnnrijj ci us at thn office Archbishop Ihnmi siyiiii thai lie i in lion session of important in rmalion concerning Father lloalJn liilc awaiting nn audience with urcli ortlciaU he waa questioned by To tin rciKirier llightowur lolil i ory of having tnnio upon fjcltotl In ttti do waiii roujh of IXdly Ma il a woniuti of Dm ilcinliunnd 10 told him nttarheit wisniti nco to tio coiiviriUiiiri foro lUfihinwor was imlinod iy the rcpLvricr hi i nujmitis ncv ifUT Til pulirO Vlnn I I a sfurvliini iKirlv I h The nrri Vithimany uvni Liiitjiv twv Iti Hie ICIKJin sjj is n sind hills Rlessed Sicrarrrnt Found Ii iinpir of 1 liii hd inuiN wny 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