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May Is Catholic Month
Recruits for the Church
Each Year Sees Increase and Greater Devotion!
■" For Roman Creed
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: »\ THK IMBKN-tTIONM, < t TIiOIH T'KITH SOCHITV
These authoritative articles are fur- ii
nkhed The Call for publication on *ihe i
first and third Sundays of each month. ?
NEW YqilKrAnril?io.i-May has been
from time immemorial associated with
special devotion to the Mother of God. j
During this month Ip every country and
city of the Catholic world, her dignity.
her prerogatives, her love for' those j
redeemed by the sacrifice of Iter divine i
son form th«» theme of discourses de- '
slivered from pur X.plis. Eai year |
and -.j-.-ie-ratici pees a ; persistent in-,
crease in numbers of her clionts and ,
intensity of devotion.
The doctrine and v practice? of the
Catholic church in regard 7 io . the
blessed "Virgin has ever lie. the faith
_of the Greek schismatic church, and
-within'tiie past 50 fears ithas spread
in a marvelous >manner? "among the
cultured of the .various, Protestant |
sects. . Thus-wonderfully has her great
prophecy been carried oyt r wJ\ich she
herself expressed in the "Magnificat'?: !
"Behold, ; henceforth, all generations j
shall call me blessed.";
- Th- church, dedicates every day *of j
th*? year to some particular saint whose I
example she sets before us for our inert- j
tation. But to the blessed Virgin Mary. '
the Mother of God, the?queen of all j
saints, she dedicates a whole month, i
and Invites us'in* a special manner to j
honor and love our heavenly mother. 7
. The month dedicated to Mary is the !
month of May, and to the devout }
Catholic it is '-.the "most delightful of
the year. Beautiful in the order of
nature, the month of May is more beau
tiful in the order of grace because of
Its , dedication ?to 7 our immaculate
mother. Nature has donned its most
brilliant vesture. X? ;
The Joyous spring is here, with the
impetuous - current of a new life in its ;
veins, and resurrected- nature "comma- j
nlcates, to ,all hearts the joy of living, j
Before | every altar in * Christendom, ? in I
the lowly wayside chapel? as in the j
stately cathedral, ; a chorus of praise
and supplication will arise, and the
voices of Mary's children will be up- j
lifted in hymns and canticles in honor I
of«the queen of May. "Behold, gen
erations shall call me blessed." In !
every century. In every , clime, Mary,*
the Mother of God, L has 7 been called I
blessed among all women: love -and J
devotion to her have been th« 'badge of j
, every? true ani devout Christian.
-•• - ■ -{■»--* - *A' ■' * -
"Rev. Peter Mac Queen, a Protestant 1
minister? of Boston,, who has visited a ;
large part of:.Africa, says: "I have j
found every where:? in -Africa Catholic
missionaries and religions, and I have
also found among r them a great spirit
of sacrifice, abnegation and an ardent
love for God and men. They are faith;
ful in the accomplishment :of 7 their
duties, and succeed wonderfully well !
where others have ;no success what- j
ever. They teach the sublime truths of
religion to tribes Bunk in ignorance and '
darkness." .-7 >'" ..-,,:' ,-. 1 ':
?. ? . „.**,. * v , -. *'
The great, pope?and saint, Gregory |
VII, whose feast is on the calendar, of
the church for May 26, was tailed Hil
debrand. He was "a North Italian.-? and.
the son of a carpenter. .7His. career as
ruler of the universal'church for 12 '
years of the eleventh,century was ex
traordinary. He ({Jed, an exile .-7at' J
Salerno, a small city in. southern Italy,!
in the year 1085. Among, the popes
there have been greater scholars than j
he. for some have won the laurels of i
fame for erudition, like his learned j
namesake. St. Gregory I, like that
mine of learning, Benedict XIV, and j
like the late illustrious theologian,
philosopher, statesman and poet, Leo
Nil. X-... '' ' ' X -
Although a profound scholar, who
had stored his mind with the treas- j
ures of learning In the monasteries of
Cluny and of Monte Cassino, Gregory's
active life of constant warfare and
struggle against the emperor, the j
feudal tyrant and false prelates, who 1
at one time imprisoned him in his own !
eternal city, and finally drove him [
into exile, gave him no leisure to pub- j
lish the volume* that" Jay dormant in j
his masterly ; brain. 1 ' I'is sermons i
therefore; become great deeds, his vie- I
torious achievements, were the books!
he wrote; and be has stamped his tame i
and his influence on all the canon law,
dogmatic and ascettcai? theqiouv, anti
church history written "during and
since his time.
He was, the ruling mind of five papal: '
; administration's; pome times as. a simple J
monk, then as abbot, as legate and as!
cardinal. lb- persuaded- l>o IN tq [
throw off the yoke of- the German.em-,j
peror; he caused to be elected, and gave I
courage, to Victor 11. made Stephen« X*
the first free --choice.; of; the Roman?
clergy and people, after i 6 cars of
Teutonic usurpation of Roman I ights. I
Inspired the councils, of Nicholas thej
Second, and was the right arm. of Alex- j
ander 11, !>- ~ i■<■■ ;,< tautiy sug-;
ceeded in the year 1073 .
.The speyitil qqaliti-s of.thi**
pope and saint were ac indomitablel
will, unflinching , eonstanpy. and per
sistence ". in a purpose . once formed.
comb?Jned with great fortitude, wis,ion:, •
zeal, , patience, charity and Viqmility;
these; Qualities and .virtues made hint I
a? canonised saintiXlio, display*,* »in; * t
heroic degree all j,these ; qualities and
.virtues in his confitcts with the civil]
powers and cori*upt ecclesiastics of hi.i
time, for tilt freedom Of - the church j
and for purity of moral.-. , * |
.-'-ilf Cicero could have preached (tie]
panegyric he would hove called Greg- {
ory "The ; M fjgui :>■ -', ■ " for the pontiff j
possessed .in id eminent? degree ;; the '
virtue which the? orator; calls inamii;!- j
. oence, that in,* "tbe concent.on and ad- ;
ministratvon of great and exalted I
things-jsyith ; a broad ami s;.!cnd,,i pur-' 1
pose." 7..-;-.- 7 :rx7;-'<.U' ■:- '..-■- -
7The great- and exalted things Greg- |
dry, conceived were the preservation of
the church of Christ, in a ? period of ;
great danger to faith and morals, the
propagation of divine principles .and. '
of the code of lav/sXputriisted to iier,
custody,* 5 and ,a fixed ciajleri|iloatlon of;}
conquering, even •'' tiie. sacrifice of hi*
life, »v*rr • b'-tacls;j J! "■''>* ll I'cded tile i
~.!-!■- ing <»o« *>f his holy purpose. ;
*' He'ic?■iii. < » '< rtitude —we might almost ;
pay -7-ii •in;acity. his c</istan. ■;- and j
perseverence in his endeavor, his pa
tience In* trials s "d difn«'.ulties,? his hu- j
mility and liiff charity.; ?, , •;, r
7- " ■??"" a "-' * 7.-? ' ■.- '■-'* ■■?
'II Six of" Die in<-- venerable of Roman j
Churches' are 'now under the care and '
protection J'of.-.gardinalSr'liellonglngXto
tbe English -p. iking X world. For a j
qharter of a century. Cardinal Gibbons j
J-'as been "Tlitula j"• si \ SfiAto ; MarJa 10/j
Trasteverc. - ~,---- : ?[
■l An Inscription-- Eons ulei, i no- ... thn f
choir I records Hat: the Bile was marked \
hv a mlracuiouspil spring, \ybich l»c- t
gan to flow here in '.the ; years of. our |
lvOrd*.« birth. \ - A'.y V-< *■ ■?-?* ?.•: -»'-*i*-'i
?In the. time of .■ Alexander -Severus
Christians had to bring -a lawsuit .to
vindicate their possession;? of the' spot
against; the society? "- tavern keep.
who laid claim to it. .
AXter th.- peace "' i>n.'tantiii«. A. I. !
31:, Pope Julius I erc-ieu here one of
tho first basilicas dedicated ' to the!
mother, of God, and si'-,.'* 3 then embel-? '
and restorations have been '
effected by various pontics * down *■• .
Pius IX. who : ? ;.»!«!i-.-i the rich mosaic of
Hie facade. This church is rich in. holy
memories t and artistic treasures.
?' * * *' '■ ??"?"',;'?' ; '
XMoses Baritz, official organizer of the I >
Racialist party 'Ip Canada not very -
long si:., 'issued the following state- |
ment: "*. • , • • . . '■ •
- "Would* you permit ;as the accredited ;
organizer for,-the socialist party- of; Ca- •
ada lor the province of Ontario"-to' give
a repudiation to the statements of the '
Eeyerened Doctor Chown that social- .'
.SB) is founded £ upon tbe "teachings of
Jesus? The socialist position is .founded .
upon science,7both '. sociological?; and ,
economic. 'As such it is opposed to all
" : '~v, v ■:-•-•• .-'-.• •• -■ -•-•'■-'■ ■. - '. '' • '■«■-"
religions, which we maintain were
products ? of given social conditions. 1 ,
With the establishment a socials re
gime, Christianity, Judaism and al!
supernatural?]ideals clinging to man
kind will be- abolished. ? A•' ■ "
? "The socialist party of Canada is op
posed- to the? unscientific worship- of
Christ,'BuddKa : -or? Mahomet. We do not
believe in tho salvation of the church.
We oppose that idea. It is far better
to have the people to understand? this
now? than let the ? confusion exist or to
let ?ii be s disseminated in*, the?, pulpit.
Socialists can not believe in a super
natural God. If. they do ? they are not
.socialists. "'*"'.' '"■ '' -y* : ■'V-. • •
"The pamphlet issued by the socialist
party of Great Britain on 'Socialism
and Religion' is the only attitude we
take up.' - - * .• - " /-',- ■
"The church will find in us their un- .
relenting ■ foes. Christianity -with its
superstitions; must Xbe-. submerged be
fore the workers obtain their complete
emancipation. That is our slogan; that
is our challenge.?;. y Far better , let it be j
known now and so avoid misconception <
in the future. Finally, a Christian can
not be, a socialist and a socialist can
not be a believer in Christ or God."
And yet» Aye are? told by many? social
ist orators that there is no conflict be
tween socialism and '» religion. Mr.
Baritz ideserves crecUft for letting us
know just wher«* the socialists stand
un this very important question. >"
. -X- . ■*+ *
Henry.-I*. Jest;, mayor of- Kansas City, ~
is an Episcopalian';-and* holds no brief
for Catholicity. But that he has grown
tired of hearing the Catholic "church? ,
calumniated? is shown -by the following
remarks recently made by? him? in his
home town. His honor said: [-'■■ ■ „■-.:
"I am a communicant Vof what ?; is ,
known as "the High Episcopal church, s
a religious institution branded by many '
Protestants as the antechamber of the .
Catholic church? The human .-mind/ is
a very strange thing. Its conclusions :
and' judgments , take shape* from 1 ' its ] '
environments. : Its? early impressions j
beepme fixed convictions.
"In many Protestant, homes the. child j
is warned and cautioned in ,his first i
moment, of perception against the en- |
slaving . power 'of j the church* of Rome.
He, "is led to shun and fear a priest as
he would a burglar or a highwayman.
Part of his teaching in patriotism is to
fight the growth and expansion of the '
Catholic church as an agency specially ,
designed to accomplish.the ruin of the
government.
? "By the time he has attained his ■
majority he? is perfectly sure that the ,
motive of every priest is 'impure and
that the stain, of criminal guilt is upon
the? sour of every one emerging from
the? confessional. * You* ask * him 7why.
Ho. says, 'Because.' He know§ all about
Martin ther, but" he Jaeyer; heard 7of
Augustine* he can quote the preach
ment* of ? Calvin by the hour, but he
Is ignorant of the eloquent utterances
of Chrysostom: she has; mastered the, ,
detailss : of V every,? rebellion and knows
intimately the, life and history of every
rebellious soul, but he has neglected to ;
acquaint 7himself t with the state and ,
progress of Christ's cause in the hands
of those, who have {remained faithful '
and loyal :to it." *" 7 7 •
" M _V??dwarfed mind is quite 7as \ dis
tressingjas a du-arl'ed*»ouy. Reason may
be shackled as well" as ankles. .Human •
Judgment, at best, is feeble and sus- ,
• -rptible to error. Past- faults; ought
not be" charged against present merits. '
X -'I hold !.o ? brief : ■<: v the? Catholic ,
church?, liy reading history 7of the
Tiiiman race, I learn of its "activities
anil achievements. "1* read there that it -
has • cat-Tied :.t lie cross and its teachings .
across \ the sees 7 into wildernesses and
tnit<» link -ic.i people ; and thereby
widened the opportunity of man. X
Being the fprernqst factor in civil- '
ixution, its wavk tif; development?]has
been of. Bach magnificent degree that it '
ill*, become** >us who are en the outside
of its organization to challenge or>ques- j
tioh its worth as a divinejlnstrunren- J '
taHty." * >;
Try the New Way
of Curing Corns!
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i£a*.v \% <»»«•, Inn, Three? -V« F«s», !
V,» I'alm. by Mains "GETS-IT.** ; ■
.7list take .two , seconds To put a little*"
•'GETS-IT"?.on '?'? that /corn". That corn],
i* V.'dohe.'-for'.*. as 7 sure as^the sun rises. | .
The?• corn -'shrivels up, vanishes. That's-'
I "When I Think of All the Things -I
:X, Tried for .Corns N and Failed, and '
i ! •«;*«: IS-IT* Got 'em Inl ■ Hurry.*'
[ the surprise you yet by? £ using? this new-
I plan corn cure. There's^nothing; to
stick 'to? the stocking or?* sock; your
I corn.,? pains a stop., . You," re- saved X the
; bother of applying -plasters' that make
• the corn' bulge out 7 from the core.
You're saved salve* that eat into the
7 healthy fiesj}^arid 'pull"; "no'more fuss
ing With bandages. Yon don't have to
! help by picking--and dragging out your
corns, or ting with knives ior razors.
7*GRTS-IT" Is "safe, painless, ?stops
pain. '.]--• hurts healthy ilesh.. It is
'gnr»Ji.iue*»ii. Try ...It'''(on* warts, ■'.'calluses'
and bunions, too.'-, - . 7
"GETS-IT" is -sold at all.'druggists*
at ; 15 eshts ;i bottle, or? sent direct by
Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. 5
Sold, in San Francisco, by the Owl .
n.ii'.' i-omo.-inv. ;
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THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, S LINDAY, MAY 4. 1913.
These Are the Men Who Will Judge The
Call's Greater Booklovers' Contest Game
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ames Roipb, Jr., d** Tniirina far tl 800 "" i, " L a tv - -*-
,'' f I „ DUUH Passenger 1 UUIHk tul, «Pi ,01111 __ r __. _.-
Mayor of an Fran- k , notable both for artistic finish and sound Wedding SllVeYWaTe
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wearin s qualities. / n ife Latest Designs
m-v DIAMONDS IN UP-TO-DATE
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_ m 4 ox? Si Additional Gifts from Radke & Co. C£A_TI
President, San run to th© Value of 3pO\j\y
n pl v .- A A '"-'* " '"^-W 1 -.- . $8,750 Booklovers'Contest I 1
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HIST. UlUa. 11. nnLU, : ,* I PICTURE NO. 71 DATE—MAY 4, 1913
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gational Church HOWARD AUTOMOBILE CO. j . "|?|
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These men Hon. James ~ T~ ~ •T%\ 11
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Gallagher and Rev Charles QJ j jjjjj. PhOflOgraph CO., $1,580.00 |
K. Aked— have full and ° r r ,"' -- l . —„
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complete charge or tne cnecK- $2 . worth of records 7 , &£&&
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First of all, the judges will 7 7 ~7 ~T~- ■n- « ■n - [ ■ 11
receive the list of correct titles One Hundred and Nine Grand Prizes I what book does this picture represent? I
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they will be esneriallv *S W A'"l . T * n ° the numbered answer book Pages have a circle printed on them,
mey v>ni uc c-pewauy !atfg ' The ten starred titles in the contest catalog are the correct titles to the ten
'stamped with the official "■ ——^~ — '■ r ~" '*'' - — *m -■* pictures which go on the ten circled pages the answer book.
t 1.1 1111 2nd, 3d ' 4th 3 5th ' 6th Awards ,■■■..■■.■'■■■■■ .., „u,u.i..u» mi, ~ . ■.•■■■■ ■■ .., ■
stamp and Diaced in a locked __„ ' . -.- 1 **+. a. a m * _m ■ rr rriNTAiitf«tv» !
guarded m 115EilersBungafowPlayer Pianos, $3000 Get A ", A w J! r Boota-ass^as
which they will be • removed the eilers and 35 Pictures Free
BUNGALOW PLAYER *ou can make 10 answers to each picture, yet only need but one copy
one by one to be checked T l piann 'With m -■■»■"■■ of On ths upper pare you paste a picture. On the 10-vrer section you -write
tlcv.ft.CM. -r|__ p: anrt VLTitU a Mumnro ' © B th§ "PP*' !»*** V°« P&«te a picture. On the lower section yon write
-p., ii- -If —it 1 lli_i____l__HH_ffi_9MllHpS-3-l iHC **iano Witt! a Memory from Ito 10 book titles which you have selected for the picture pasted
the Checking itself Will be mWSmW&ZZ&mmaiim B What would you give Ito (have-: 7 above.
■ mama in your home the piano .which a t Tou save time, labor and expense with an Answer Book and It helna
d. 1 ,♦ .* • 1 mmWWm^^^^^^^n^mSmmmi^m : Padtrewskt 7or, *. Arte, , Pachmann .■ you to win. ;* «»*vo
one over three times to avoid Iff joov with h him i on hi« concert :
t r a IT 11 -__■_,<: . 9 4*+.\ _ to-ir* —if that piano had a mem- • USE THIS OROEIJ FORM. FOE THE . ANSWER BOOK .
t r a 1 r 11 -KB err. and could repeat at your USK THIS OHDEH FORM lOH THE ANSWER BOOK
chance or error. And nnally fm^M^rilTlWMWliMll l 111 1 «■•«!"••» an the marvelous tn-j — : ———■ — ■„.
J __g-l mi#a mmm i ' tiniDhi ■■ of the masters? •
7i_ * 1 .1 ■?• 1 ■ -•■' ->\A:. _-_-gM-BiyK--B-l---W---B-----E-l«--i-« : "?? How do you know that the . ,«,.
the judges themselves, who Kffil . Eiier. Bun ? a, p, ay%r %S2 Boskioverr coVtVeVfeduoV: 1915 «
BBW iSI ? ?i " such a piano nave The San Francisco Call,
Will have charge of the entire Find herswiSTso «n n t3 ! 'n' c?Sli at officer, for which deliver to „,. yoar -
■mj* •' 4-W* 1 1 it" »?«V« P fil -Vh« Answer Book* and r.« certificates returnable i as* the j picture*"ppear ?n th«
rliprlino nrnfP« will on ll Sffuit«-*Bl_Sofe-faiaSin3S V " cwt *" for Picture. No *»* S6 to 70 * In consideration of the above 7 agreed
Checking prOCeSS, Will gO OVd Too ftßy aay such a VlayS o?th. a K!?£Kw Jjjt. Pr continue to .tit*, your paper for a period of three month*
.1 . , .1 ~1 l Player Piano atsEllesr Music ?House,?i 875 Market Street, where yc# will °* lß *
the SetS tO,See?that the awards *• ? courteously received if you ask to hear the pianos The Call is offer- .
*»*v. «v W «»vm. »«-- v ' -* 4, -* v. tcig as ;rrand |%, In the great *BookloversV test. „
-1- ■■• ,i » Or, in lighter vein, the Bungalow will play, as-Padetewskl mlfht Name , ..»..;,..,......;,.,.....;......v.... ?i
are made COrreCtlV. * not be willing to play, the latest -j popular dance or son music. Or. ~"
aic Miauc • you oan play it-"hy hand" Just a , though the playep attachment were
not built into the case. Street and Ne .. — ~,
7 » Par these reasons., and because it is the only player plane specially ••••••••«..
T~.i .■ ii. • ' -ii • *. " i adapted to the meeds o*s the small city apartment, the Eilers Bungalow
:'l'he<pUDllC Will be invited Player Piano was chosen by The Call for this big contest as something i „-■
■ ■■ * :'."■' '■■ oX interest to every home. ! City....... ♦...,, ••<••. f f ..••... stale »».....•......,..
tO witneSS the checking Thi<? T * * B «»«" IOw p, "5-*» p »«»e Way Be See* at , BPECIAI. ATTENTION NON-SU3BHCKIBERS: By the payment or $Voe
io vviinebb me uiecKing. Ims > at our office, or $1.10 ' by mail, you will receive the Answer Book with«?,»
, . - , . _-t _#fwftjV th * a * pictures. Bring or send the necessary amount m stated in thE «™i-.>
paper guarantees the cor- 975 jrtf%V? •' **b"Y •' • and ro {ha V i o e«ir d pr b ice! er subscrlb * t0 tM » r a nd Kt . t t, le 35 free pic?™
rect checking of ' all sets of MARKET X 1 Ss"" er ■ ' ' " —J
rect checking of all sets of . street "•••" "-■ T , •• , / • " J
* \Wy - t Tlle principal features in ""nation with this contest. are copyrighted
answers. .... -|. : . •■..-,- , . „ o *cse op the chickekikg riANO • iby the -Booklovers' Contest Company,: San Francisco, Cal.

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