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Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That If More
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Much Sickness and Worry.
Navasota, Texas.-Mrs. W. M. Peden,. I couldn't rest well at night and was . . ,
oftisplacc,relatesthe followlng interest- just lifeless.
lag account of how she recovered her "I heard of cardul and alter reading I
strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that
actually losing her health: was pulling me down. I sent for Cardul
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very nervous, run-down conditlon of and much stronger-so that I easily did my
health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless hous wr tk. abtl f adla
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"Idge was ukt o waccutefr adwould ly do so, for if more women knew, it
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leel so weak Iwudhvtoettdwnsickness."
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my housework was a task almost Im- helpful should convince you that It is
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Aged Prelate Pased Away at Balti.
more at Age of 87. Senior Prelate of
Catholle Church in This Country.
Baltimore, Md., March 24.-James
.Cardinial Gibbons, archbishop of Bal
timore and senior prelate of the Cath
olic Church in the United. States, died
at 11:33 o'clock 'this morning, passing
away so quietly that even his nurse,
a Bon Secours :Nun, could not .be sure
that it was the end. She had seen the
change thut betokened it, but it wAs
slight, almost imperceptible, and five
minutes passed while sie leaned abovo
the slight, still form, watching.
Then- from the hous.e !whore he had
lived and worked, 1I 'the. shadow of
the Cathedral 'of the Assumption of
the Blessed VIrgin Mary, went forth
the news that he had died,
HIs grave will 'be a iche in the
crypt under'the high altar of the
Cathedral. 'A 'ilab of marble carved
with- ni inscription in Latin in the
north wall of the crypt will nark his
Above this vault, 'behind whose
south wall lie the six archbishops of
Maryland who ipreceded him, is the
saunctuary of the Cathedral to' which
Cardinal 'Gibbons' parents brouglut
him as a baby to ;be baptized, -where
he 'wns consecrated a bishop, where
he was 'later consecrated an arch
bishop, and where on June 30, 1886, he
was 'invested wbth the robes of the
There too stands the throne of 'the
cardinal, and 'above the throne, will
hang the cardinal's hat, symbol of
princedom :In -the Catholic heirarchy.
There it will .hang as long as the
The death of 'the' cardinal in the
midst of -Holy -Week devotions at the
Cathedral will not affect the services
there. Thiough Good Friday and
Holy Saturday and . the dawn. of
I'1aster the -body of Cardinal Gibbons
wtill -lie In his own room nyhore he
died. Oh !Easter night, it will be
moved to the Cathedral, to lie there
throughout the masses of Alonday,
Tuesday and Wednesday where his
People may see him for the last
time, through .the high requiem mass
that will be his funeral on Thursday
and from there to ,be borne to its
niiche in the crypt.
Oardinal Gibbons was .born in Balti
more, July 23, 1934. His parents,
Thomas and Mary Gibbons, had come
to America from Ireland in 1829.
They returned to their native land
when the -future cardinal was two
He got his early education in Ire
land and then, upon his father's
death, returned with his mother to
fAmerica, making 'his hoic in New
Orleans where, when 17 he clerked in
a grocery store.
le enitered St. Oharles College at
Ellicott City, Mld., and graduated in
1857. 'He then entered St. Nlaryis
Seminary in Baltimore and was or
dained a priest by Archbishop Patrick
Ke'ndrick on June 6, 1861.
Rev. Gibbons then becamie assist
ant at St. Patrick's church In Balt.i
miore and was shortly placed in charge
or st. Bridget's church in Canton, a
Archbishoip Spalding 'then took him
to the cathedral 'as secrotary and
miade him chancellor. On August 16,
18.68, lIetv. Gibbons was consecratedl
a 'l6s00 n Ida Ittimore cathedral and
was assigned to North Carolina by
Pope .Pius IX.
Cardinal Gibbons as senior bishop
of the chlurch, w'ielded a strong in
fluence outside as wvell as within the
Unlted State. The confildant of thr ee
lpopes, -he made sevetral I import ant
tours' to Itonme, 'the l-ast in August,
191-1, a few days after the opening of
the 'war, t'o elect 'the successor to
Pius X. lIeI arrived 'too late, .h0w.
ever,' to particip~ate In the' cer-emony
that elevated 'llenediet to the Ponti
Upon returning 'to the United
States he visited 'President Wilson, in
formed the latter of .afairs in Eu
rope0 andl dliscussed means to brinig
about peace. 'The Cardlinal was
strongly interested in the affairs of
the church in Mexico during the trou
blouis times in 'that country and dec
cI-aredl that ho feared flghtipg would
never cease under the 'Carranza r'e
ginme. It was largely as a result of his
efforts that the con("tion of the clergy
and nuns of 'Mexico was ameliorated.
Cardinal Gibbons was active in his
work for the Allies in the war' andl
Ill N letter written 'to Catholics of
the archdiocese of New York in 1917
when the United States entered the
1conflict, ugrgedl the fullest. suiq:ort of
the governmen't. A fow months pre
viously lie seat $10,000 to the Amern
can Committee in Londlon, for the re
lief of the .Belgi'an's, one of the many
notable instances of his 'benevolence.
In 'a sermon at flaltimore, in 1918, lie
lpraised a spleech by Lloyd George and
said that Germany's 'war aims would
fail. About the name 'time he ex
lplained Benediot's war policy an ar
ticle ,ihich so pleased the Pope that
he ordered 'it translated and published
Visit of Former French Premier to
United States More Than One of
Washington, March 24.-While the
visit of 'Rene Viviani, former French
premier and special enyoy to the
United States, is announced officially
as one "of courtesy" to 'President
Harding, 'Dr. Marcel Knecht, his gen
oral secretary, who arrived here today
from France, in setting forth the sub
ject of his mission, stated that Mr.
Viviani was prepared to gite a recep
tive ear to any proposals by 'the United
States regarding the poace settlement
and the league of nations.
The - former French premier will
make no specific overtur'es in the di
rection of American participation in
European affairs, particularly as af
fecting Germ'any, it was stated, and
unless the sublect Is initiated by Pres
ident Harding or the state department,
he is exlpected to' return to France af.
ter having discharged the officially an
nounced ipurpose of his mission. He
is expected here Sunday or Monday.
Dr. Knecht represented as included
in. M. Viviani's program not only an
exchange of felicitations with Presi
dent 'Iarding, but also the tneeting
with members of the cabinet and con
gressmen. It awqs recalled that the
former French premier was not only
personally acquainted with Secretaries
Hughes and Hoover, but that on his
visit to the United States in 1917 as
head of the French mission he had met
Senator Lodge and other senators and
representatives' whose acquaintances
he desires to renew.
In emphasizing that Viviani 'was
bringing no concrete proposals to of.
fer the United States with respect to
its relations politically or financially
with France and Europe, Dr. Knecht
stated that the French envoy was ac
companied by no exiperts or advisers,
and although it had .been reported that
Stephen Lauzanne was attached to the
mission officially, the French journal
Ist was coming only as a representa
tive of Le Matin, of 'which he is editor.
In diplomatic circles it is believed
that should the former French premier
find the occasion propitious for an in
formal discusi(on of the attitude of the
new administ-ation toward the settle
men-t of peace with Germany, he would
be ready to receive the proposals of
President Harding for personal tran
mission to the French government.
They would be studied by the French
foreign ofilce, it was suggested, upon
M. Viviani's return to France and it
might then be made incumbent ron
himn to return again to the United
States to engage in whatever it nitlit
be plroposed that the allies enter upon
with the United States for the clearing
ii) of the latter's relations as a forne:
associated power with the allies.
That the problem of American co
operation .with the allies in the peace
settlement in which on the part of
France M. Viviani is interested will be
brought to thcforefron t of consi dera
tiotn by the state decpar'tment .upon his
arrival, 'Als indicated todiay by a re
sponsile official of the department,
who statedl that the mission of the for
smetr French ipremier was acceptedl as
dlirected toward the furtherance of the
goodl relations existing between the
Although it was announced by Dri.
Knecht that M. Vivian I would visit the
United -States as an envoy extraordin
ary ,with the rank of ambassador.
was learned at the state departmnucn
that no special taragemfen ts have
bieen madie for' the -French otlicials' te
cept ion similar to t hose with wvhich~ he
wuas attenidedl upon his vlsit to th e
United States in 1917.
('ard oif Thalunks
W'e wvish to extend to the good peo
pie of Cr'ost li'll and adjoining towvns
outr deepest grati tud(1e for tiei r many
tokens of esteem and kind acts of love
duinig the illnss and death of our
loved one, Carrie Allie Goodman. May
God bless you.
-B. GOOD)MAN AND) FAMILY.
Colds Cause Girip, and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Table remove the
cause. There is only one "Bhrorno Quisine."
&. W. GROVE'S s!9.nreura on to. 30c).
Take notice that on the 26th day of
April, 1921, 1 .will render a flnai ac
count of my acts and docings as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of M. 11.
Grubbs, deceased, -in the ofilee of the
Judlge of Probate of Lau rens county,
at i1 o'clock, a. im., and on the samne
day will apply for a final discharge
from my trust as Adtninistratrix.
Any person indebted to said estate
is notifledl and required to make p~ay
ment on that date; andl all persons
having claims against said estate m-ili
present thoem on or before said date,
dluly pt'oven or~ be forever barred.
MARY S. (fI~nns,
March 23. 1921.--1 me.
broadcast. In it lhe asserted sympathy
with the Allied aims of winning the
war "for ipermianen~t peace." To
achieve 'this result ho also expressed
CAPPosition 'to a cessation of hostilities
with Austria made fresh overtures
We Will Gin
Friday and Saturday
Until Further Notice.
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White Spanish peanuts are preferred by Con
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