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Vy YXVIII - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921. !_I I.,-- -~ -xlr ·r ;" __ Holy Place Preserved 1f Ths Renan Catholc ClurChWDuilt Over the Groto of the ,Natity in Bedtel As UWesr . a eaer ... we~n Jaast g so a s a she u"l Sur the -es age eat s at aset, ait as aD arlma me.n *br m heatmh m*. aum.s no ara0 / a. r e! seW wos bost to beat as , noe sny ems ja see as a t tau eg was tan s e ntes MSe as tegphy, ati, ~ ar us al m sd astleSma plainYe as as em bl St ol e w er Snpreuetoa th m te ruaemes a dem se t ae mara Net o ty bs we di a" reared ie me set s amnong ta pSetel aOt ne peraae, t thew A-t" Imra0s sea the earty Chi. dasa but De Gebells lafrms that the am la et migi i at asseet ma be tree u t al the the. elesr at *the p*sa set mupe, bt to the taolog sad phosophy at the Phr lmsa the oDas the Grees and the Sealm all at whiem asied the an as an embles t a intr and the week e the S.uprme Dttflty." Tbe Chrilsas have med elp a mals dr as eootalatb the emesta o tatur USl ambolle eth thi ae. rectU. Painted orpraemte~ e have bome na me r ldamds l Dastsl As for the bia, a. th eLes a d the kpais, thq a play their part ia modes waster gifu The bmyar o are owes ts poplality .m to the be lU at the Gersma ehldr that It it te tbae wa o laws he gLa p as iaeter uar iatr away pI t r wtene t fers,. wt me liy iea meqt apar stalL Waf O* bass* 4 the 10S Christ was beet" bas o dieaad meQalg w he es >,e Il as every Tide. T best that a P1asd1m stnreda~ the eema ala tmo ntry aeds more lsemet to evSheknsuS hbjet. 5h Iho mas theas setry r a ayT a fbrsm the Dermedes was vIimlSo to that d1y7 el Wes .aitos a ly, edela.d: "CAM baw - "I y." Uowever. qei dae aalssm he ae that Mt i was met a Demas D& , si e-s e le t. a 3hle.*ig 11s 'LS. Ia heme a i 2851 _a the b ts o Ws eshmesa w heaw ts pprementge wm emsel Me t M agtr ,bto *06 ..m Oleer 1blamer ms 0 a 31 t do bse r a setwer baiqa Nw the s D ythe va ~l hlae to htrie miam se 00 sem aef gewm hm ulsie to OaS. Meal. ho bees amei aer mpea*wm iMs assas bait bala - be leatgo s thSir mdekrd. * keseen aslr ..s. enI seas.cri~r~ SERVICE ON EASTER MORN an rlerev Ceremenles Annually Car. aF ded Ou ea iumit of Meunt d Ibidm be Cmlfemnima. e tol he dmw" hleatr plprmag tell h a Im a MUeat ZaIdeaoz, ear t1ee+Mia aL, bramm sl ove the ate seetry Sr te eity au bauty, a wa ar sseu o at jamb au whs at serv Ie r and manes a it ti SIt Oa tL/ I I aalt, i t I hel r Sthe mantl W ht, oe - w mb"du . . whe. od wvbs be the Seastery an ' am.derei the Sad aMtisers anrgi Iieeom rbyTt r U VM tee are aer dU th e .ma m tnU ep is yeggamal or h , w ý`" 3 3ait le t t L S ' al S. w , Tou Ig Sorrow to Gladness There are jet the evidences of wreck and ruin In many parts of the world, while scarcely a single por tion has been left untouched by the spirit of destruction which was sum moned up to do its dread work. But, still, considered subjectively, the hearts of men have taken on a dif ferent emotions. The reconstruction time has already been entered into in material affairs. Plans are shap ing for the bringing into being of a new worlds Even those not imbued with the highest motives look for ward with expectation to the rear rangement, In which they will per haps have a share of the glory and from which they will derive some of the proit. Nor are their prospective labors to be altogether condemned. They are of such as Augustus, who found a Rome of brick and left one of marble, of a Louis Napoleon, who won an empire by a. coup d'etat and Immediately proceeded to straighten the streets of Paris. Beyond and above this is the sense of participation to a new world which, it may be, will possess within it self new hopes and aspirations. Un questionably, this emotion Is not ab sent from the hearts of men, albeit the methods of bringing the new world about are not agreed upon by N all. It is equally beyond question tha·b the possibility of a newer and better I Ssystem of social and political order I depiends for its consummation upon desnite changes Ia the attitude of men toward such problems, and consequent- I Sly toward each ther. Ths there is as recognised to have come to peas In- I be lenetively, a new attitude, or at least iy, a fresh Impetus, toward a whole host I e of Meals, which, in what has been de e tod the eaker of a long peac 1 S d a i~dtvepld M Net a bit t ts behowever, can at feet the objective side ao the situatn, for the simple reason that no faith however robust, can of Itself make a I truth of the thing believed in. That It ean asfet meet prefoedly theei who elieve, however, Is ene of the meet avemiafly attested at a truths. To that esntt, therefore, there a re ev deuces that e principle at reseurree ties has a mighty and widespread held an humanity at the present time. t were well to peeaer the objective side of this most solemn and at the -aie time engaglng of the Christa ath, albel is more than mere earler e glson, ty to a sense a ito The w was God not the Ie lwM . Ufa worldý a . t e U ure roi the m or had been met. the neo the , phemsena wrappinga at mortaHty, mo leoger neaded, AneUli meessers bos witnes t t he ushe g i/ o the m w order. Teu1h a maet1 wa. n weord to oiresplagm e who woald haWl eacete4 the rise od with the eoM. Tt the esa beh mit at the aew rintliagsip was es meu. in elmeet the eame Ir.t *I1 teil amy Irethrn. A eOW a gldneass -ed th whoe seems tho bueaemrpI wAich ta weeld war au oa t 0ocm -e e the parsal is meel toi h ro w spetrlesee whad Sbasre aih perl. as witha U assed as truah in his liM e: 'Wheo sea it ens msenam the a virthe ao lti esedalitIPo0 or prse aws sre was aut We r ve asetSt .at a - emesse, beli seem the -il - el. ovr God's Messengers . I 'i i : 1/00 0 r I &~w. those foundations or marred the per faction of the moral structure reared thereon. In virtue of what transpired within the awful years of war, of the Gethiemane through which myriads have gone, of the actual tasting of death which millions have done, the heart of men have been shaped and molded for the reception of the etur ts etof the new life. To all such this aster Sunday will be tnctured with an iaexpreelble ebarm t which their hearts will re peed with gladness. And au a lack greand to the full splendor of Its slg nlAane they ean place, as dd Paul, the melancholy aegatleo ao the Eple rean doctrine: ... let aseatadd dnk, for morrow we diet" LOVEUEST OF ALL EASTER FLOWERS Camidm Ul Southern Europe Has the Finest and the OlMst sandladm, a native et eat ra , was Introdueed In 1S6, it the oldest lilyr n cultivatioa. is only the loveliest of lilies but of the white lilies. qanttites of candidum lly grow In the warm climate rance, and these bulbs n the autumn do not stanad winters well. while bulbs from r itNe of the Lass aI ehes tat s " as be dependedr . asete eer ele ms Its pupe. . asteid ser m selt r easeS a t9b pasdsm By when he ahed: "Bane yOM sma Ibt a whyrs O1M Mbew Mases bi s M of It "The peut white ily, the er in of the p s. g e ee tear i a tiste pnses reuses as the e am SIseasis k the tima d ----us --ak~~ a~~ cg r ea sag the stlaheen s eag emsa. w e whse with hias in ..e AmSpdlsd hsMes if U whis asstlty dates b ask t 0 Odd Happei Thre am may tate traseiese which happem at ster tiha. Some of teem as not withet thei huamre es aide. Baght on your ver somet, poslbly n the house mnet door. tihe s something g go on whieh l tragle to the perso It happens toº and h mores to those who do t usfer by It. Take little Jack or lttle Mar. for Instane. Well, wlV take Utte Mary. She gpt an alueb elate asuter buaan. All day long youll les for a peu of that bmy- aeup cm themn rab btMt and all day lg Maryll old It in bher hnd. Not that she is wis to the fact that we want a piece d ehocolate, but Jest beause the bunny I tfascinating. By the end of the day Mary has no rabbit Goodneso, et Nobody took the rabbit from Mary. She still has theo hool e bit of It-bat the rabbit Wel h Just melted away Int as mrieognluabe utM mass. oqijt .esrseld bother has Idag of his own about how Master bhould be spent A certain young lady-thir Ste years ofu age-r the apple of I brothr' eye, and it Is only natural I sad tting for a young man about to Sventure on the ea of love that he should have a certan kind o necklte and low shobs. auter blooms forth It all It spleapdr aud brother vm tures forth to meet his lady fair. But lot e figured on her liking his plain blue e, aad all the time she liker the Sregimetal stripe tie wrn by little Wilhl Gro. and proves her liking by taking her at roll wth W and not brother. Three weeks bdere , ster t when the aster bonnet makes Its ap pearance in the bhat iep, mother ruthes downtown to get herelf a at. And for three week mothelr la pine and needles waiting o aster da is arrive. And when bMster does arrive e i on more pins an Medls wait ing for 1 'dock to strike o that sab can spring a spring hat. orprih em 1 ther. Of cours, father aud aoter gso to o laday nd se'll wear s bat M thinks her pale greom tuban a sittle bit fty. ather am only appreo of meatht's theough In ) word, but al thidh ether tbl f whi* will ot be pt ti welda 1Gandma asl sesfd omned ldA a tragg Pardon the cempaisoM , bt r church Services to grandma are the Swane as a pd pero uva to a polP Stldanor w et. as mow. And d -ester t0hieyeg lessreo a little vatr ~ thr ao rsary. ed hrw psedal Ssame hyimn years as. And the k lowers , Not nearly so petty an a tbse of ao years got Its a Sad - raster for grandma after the services.