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BVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUnSDAV, MAR. 3, 1910.
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CIIICAOO, Feb. 8. Tho following
statement waa ottered tho Associated
l'ress by'Archblchop Ireland today:
People In America may easily mis-
npjirclicnd the circumstances in Homo
Khlch led the Vatican to retuso an nu
dlcnco with the Holy Father to Mr.
Char.'es W. Fairbanks after he, a for
mer "Vice-President of tho United
States, would hao made a tmbllc ail
dreSa before tho Mcihodlst Assocla-
tlpn o? that city. MoBt likely Mr.
Fairbanks, himself, did not fully rea
lize tho meaning which Romans would
attribute to his address.
"It was not a question of Mr. Fair
banks being a Methodist or going to a
Methodist church lu Homo for Sunday
devotions. It was a question of ap
pearing to glvp tho fullest approval
to 'tho Vork of tho Methodist Associa
tion In Rome. American Methodists
In Ro'mo oro actlvo and I may really
say pernicious proBelytors. Tho,
ilothodlbi Association Is not In Home
to servo and meet American Method
ists, but to pervert from the Catholic
faith all those- upon whom they can
pring Influence to bear.
"I ,waa In Rome last winter and I
made a very particular study of this
Methodist propaganda. It baa gono
so far that Catholics havo organized
tho Sockty for the Preservation of tho
Faith to tight against it. '
"Tho purpose of tho work of tho
Methodist Association In Rome Is con
fessed openly. Tho means employed
aro by no means honorable. They
tako every, adyantago of tho poverty
of tho poor of' Rome. Tbo books clr
LUlatcd and displayed In tho windows
of their book stores aro slandors
against the XJatholIc faith, tho Holy
Pontiff at Homo', and a misrepresenta
tion of tbo wholo Catholic system.
Now a public address by a former
Vice-President of tho United Btatcs
beforo tthe Methodist Association can
havo no other meaning In tho eVcs of
tho Roman public than tho approval
of America on the propaganda of -tho
Methodist Association. Had tho Holy
Father, guardian of tho spiritual In
terests of the Catholic Church of tbo
world, smilingly welcomed Mr. Fair
banks to an audience on tho following
day, In what othor position would ho
appear 10 do man giving nis approval
to tho propaganda of tho Methodist
Association beforo which the address
bad been given T '
' "1 repeat that I am most willing to
bellevo Mr. Fairbanks did not catch up
tho full meaning, In tho eyes of tho'
Roman people, of tho address ho was
to make to tho Methodist Association.
"Thero aro in Homo Protesta'nt
Am'orlc.-vn churches for tho benefit of
Americans that put forth legitimate
efforts, mind their own business and
niako no war on tho cathouc Churcn.
Bftryone to know that J, H. Rocha,
the tailor, has removed rrom tne
Harrison building to Rooms 35
and 30, Youug Hotel. 4654-lm
Young man neat In appearance wish
ing to learn the gents' furnishing
business. Stage age. Address "C.
Y.", Bulletin. 4504-41
Everyone to ask for the Utg Nickel
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references. "8,", Bulletin offlee.
Phone460 for Fred Noyea' new ll.
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You or your friericmay secure
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hat I havo said of tho Methodists In
nome.do'cs not apply to tho other
churches thero. 1 bavo In mind tho
ProtoRiant Episcopal chapel on the Via
Nazjonalo and Its former rector, Dr.
Kqvlns', a man whom t was pjoased to
can, a jricnu anu wuom 1 was always
glad tp tnpet.'
"I shall leavn. for Now York tomor
row and I .shall po pleased to answer,
1110 MOinooiBis,acreior in ino wibi, i
'., I, cannot make It too pl.il:
am not .attacking tho entlr
Methodist Church, but merely tbo'
Methodist Association at Homo. I am,
not'too'old to cnioif'a.flght wljcn tho'
occasloTcqTiJrcfMt.':'" ' v
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H. Hutchison to William F Wilson. .D
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