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   Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas                              FACE UN Sunday May Father Last of Early Jesuit Is Nearing End At By Universal May a quiet little room in Patricks overlooking wide plains that once teemed with Indians and lies a thinfaced calmly awaiting the final of a Master he has serv ed for more than 90 Now of the plains to a little crucifix hanging on the and his lips mave in He is Father Lawrence Bruno the last of that picturesque little group of Jesuit missionaries whose stnigsrles in pushing through the frontiers with the torchlight of civilizatio iVi V v and then his eyes shift from a so many interesting pages The battery in your no matter what the last longer and give better service if it receives the right Neglect means trouble and We maintain a thoroughly equipped and can help you get very best life and service out of your A trial will con vince American As ha over broad now dotted with prosperous homes and streaked with cement highways und steel he seems to dream of the days when he walked there among the teaching them the simple truths of Called 60 Tears Father 1nlladino came to Mon tana 60 years ago at the personal solicitation of two tribal chieftains of the Selish who traveled by foot all the way from Montana through the expanse of primitive to to extend the Four Indians started the perilous but two of them died The had Just turned not ignore the He returned with the two courageous Since thai time Father Palladino has been the beloved Tadre of several ge natipns of Montan Last year the venerable priest celebrated the 75th anniversary of his He came to Amer ica when jus a boy from a little village hidden in the Appenine He completed his the of and believed In t Good Spir it and a bad They also be lieved in future states of reward and good Indian went to a country perpetual where ho wou meet his wife and where the rivers were alive with fish and the plains swarming with buffalo and The bad In on the was doomed to a place perpetually bound with ice and Their code of morals was yet brav lr ve of love for wife and children were the virtues that en titled them to future happiness while the opposite vices lead them to everlasting After hearing about the Black the Jesuits and believing these pale face teachers could show the red men the way to heav the Flatheads sent their invi tation to Louis for a mission Habita of In speaking of the habits of dress of the Flathead Father Palladino says Both men and women were de a Jesuit monastery in cently Their garments were made of the skins and furs of the animals that supplied them with the beaver and the Little often had no other garb but what nature Even in winter some of these little red cherubs could still be seen in our plodding through slush and snow in their angel any other raiment proving to them as cumbersome as did Sauls armor to young The aged priest receives a few old friends in his sick room from time to but he prefers to re main alone to dream of other utomobileBaltcru PARROTT DISTRIBUTOR 350 Cypress Street Phone 2S09 cation in Louis and was later received nto the Father Palladino knows the In dian as perhaps no other living white He has written a num ber of many of which are worthy chronicles of the early hls ory of the His best mown work is a volume called In dian and written in Since 1917 he has been bedfast and ic occupied himself by Father Palladino resents the ap lellation of Flatheads given the Jelish Ke ays this is since these red len are shapely and do not prac ce the custom of headflatten as do other tribes further The Selish or Flatheads were deep ly he and were re sponsible for the introduction of white missionaries among the red The according to the aged were deadly ene mies of the They lived in what is now Northern The Blackfeet considered the Flat head buffalo hunters as trespassers on their hunting which were west of the and since ROUXD THE WORLD The Xude Jn May war of words over Scitovskys now morality orders continues and such incidents as the request of a plainclothes detective in a tramcar that two women passengers because should remain the Blackfeet had the advantage of when seated their skirts failed to fire arms obtained from white cover their are reportad to trading they ware able maintain their even though the Flatheads were considered the best of Father Palladino says of the Flat heads When still pagans the Selish or Fresh alarms and excur sions occurred with interpola tion made in Parliament by a Socialist who handed round an album containing reproductions of the Venus of Milo and nude paintings in the Art Gal NOW THE Lowest Priced Six with 4wheel Brakes Coach Touring 765 625 Roedrter 825 695 Coupe 795 625 Sedan 875 725 925 755 Most Active Six In Price Class Modem beautiful and active Thats die Ike lowest priced Six with 4wheel Atctfet to tatter from 5 to 25 miles per fpfln its DCaitSt lyifnpffifwr ftfott active Six at its less gear Full pressure fabricating on me 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