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34Q THE INDIAN ADVOCATE.
He as France is supposed to be, the majority shall be at the mercy of an unscrupulous and blustering set of knaves and politicians. Love of God and love of country are the two great loves of the human heart. Indeed they are one for the Lord has commanded it. The love of neighbor is love of country. The law of the Church which obliges us to hear Mass on Sunday and Holydays of obligation does not say -anything about going in Sunday clothes. Pride and the devil added this article. Happiness is from within. Happiness is not measured by the acre, like land, but by the resignation of the heart; for God wishes the poor to have as much as the rich, that nei ther may dream of seeking it elsewhere than from him. Add charity to beauty of soul; subtract envy from friend ship; multiply loving affecrion for truth; divide time byindus try and recreation; reduce gossip to its lowest terms; raise virtue to its higest power and Heaven will be the answer. The chief object of a college education is to train the heart, the mind and body of man by a systematic course of study and dicipline as to fit him to cope the better with the highest duties and responsibilities of life. Prayers, suffering and labors for the dead are immortelles which do not stay to wither on the. surface of the grave, but, being translated by the Sacred Heart of Jesus into rest, light and liberty, reach in this blessed form the souls of the jtjead. Let us pray that we may never be classed with those whom St. Bernard describes as producing "much weeping, but no fruit, and who are more to be pitied thsmselves than the dead