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JSLEANINGS vn V. MAXIMILIAN MARVELOUS Maximilian Marvelous we called him for a joke. He usod to pass us every day, but rarely ever spoke. The shoes he wore were scandalous, they did not fit his feet In tattered coat and greasy shirt, he shuffled down the street. "When once we stopped Max solemnly, to pass the time of day. Tie looked at us, half doubting, in a hesitating way. And when we asked hini if I were true that he was once a king some forgotten island where the or South-Sea maidens sing, ,o! Maximilian Marvelous uave us a withering smile, ne'er forget his answer, as it earoe in vigorous style: I :nn a king of everything my roving eyes survey, kingdom's built of sun lit bowers where little children play. 1 scepter's made of jeweled song that wakes old village lanes, banquet hall is piled with dreams that romp in April rains. great, wide world is my estate*, but here I choose to 'bide, uirried Lady Poverty, and I am satisfied. not work—kings never work why should I soil my hand.-.' am he ruler of m\ litre iVr town e: meadow-lands. i' haps 1 am an artist—then paint the sunset sky, riiaps I am a poet when th e! autumn die. .! one square meal even source nobody knows. Maximilian Marvelous said not another thing, as he walked away, we eiied. "He's every inch a Kim .Wtw York Times. n i 1. FISH THAT EXPLODE. To the Russian people Lake Baikal, in eastern Siberia, is a lioly lake, and they believe both the lake and its sur rounding country are endowed with supernatural powers and inhabited by unearthly beings. All kinds of weird tales mingle with their explanations of any feature of the lake. Even so simple an object as a great rock lying in the middle of a river just where it Hows from Lake Baikal takes on a mysterious significance. If this stone were to slip from its place, they say. i h( whole Lake Baikal would pour i in of its basin and flood the river and probably the continent. But there are actually many strange things about Lake Baikal. There is, for ex imle, a species of fish that inhabits Tin' deepest part. These fish have been seen by few persons, for as soon as they are lifted out of their accus tomed atmosphere of high pressure il: y explode. WHY CATHOLIC GIRLS MARRY. FOR THE ..^WAYSIDE days mi) i's A i he who gives it to me. also get some clothes. sun and rain are friends of mine, the stars are my delight. y bring me thoughts of cMldhood, when my mother's eyes were bright. .::i a king of everything that money cannot buy, richest man on earth, like me. must some day fade and die." •ams I DO NOT The statement that there are thou sands of Catholic working women who are not married, and who will probably never marry, will be readily accepted. The fact, however, that most of these thousands are, or will remain unmarried because they have Vlfleed consideration of others ahead ni themselves, is perhaps not fully Miiderstood by sociologists and others who sive even occasional thought to this subject. Literally, unselfishness is the word that most accurately ex 1 ins the situation. With this great iriue deeply rooted in the hearts of these noble women, through their un llinching devotion to what they con sider their duty in helping to sup nrt, and not infrequently entirely supplying the material needs for par ents, brothers and sisters or grandpar ents and other, semi-dependents, have consciously raised a barrier between th inselves and matrimony. The lives of these patient, self-denying girls and women flower profusely in sacri ficial richness. Within their souls dwells the heart-spirit of the Cross tiny give and give rejoicingly. Notably is this true, in countless in stances, of the elder sister in Catholic families where children are plentiful and means moderate. Dozens of such women and girls are known to nearly all of us. Off-hand we might name them in the twinkling of an eye. Crusty on the outside, they appear to be at times, but in reality they are gentle as the wobbly lambs of spring time. Sternly the years hold them in the grip of their dependencies. The history of one of these women is coincident with the history of them all to speak in round instances. At first they begin by being mother's little helper," and by aiding in the daily tasks of tending baby, dressing the kiddie next oldest, bringing father's slippers, setting the table, and hiding away personal woes and hurts gracefully because "Annie's a big girl -—almost like mother." After school days, when more money was needed in father's pay envelope, because a pay envelope swells seldom and very often fails to keep pace with the growth of a Catholic family, it was Annie who could and Annie went "out to help father." Then it was going to be for only a few months ac cording to the family plans, but some how, wheij Annie got started once to bringing borne money, it penned quite ^the natural and proper thing for Annie to keep on bringing it in, and to on tinue helping -with t£e -iiou^ehpld, tasks when she came hoih£ at night 9m biU..w upon wejg tws PTZ-^ mysteriously somehow, from a place Rather disappointing, perhaps, when Margaret's voice cultivation brought her no fame nor fortune, but merely an honest hard-working husband. Brother never made a rip-roaring suc cess as a master light of the law, but he, too. married, happily, and had the same sort of a chubby, dimpled fam ily as did Sister Margaret. Sister Annie? Well, she kept right along at the same old path. Older. grayer, fatter and clumsier she grew i as the years went by. After brother and Margaret, weren't there five others to help along the walks of adult life just as they had been taught to toddle across the floor in babyhood? And didn't Annie have to help them? full of labor for other people. All honor and glory be theirs! —Extpns'on Maoaztne STATE PARENTALISM TION. n AMENDMENT OF CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION OF WAI-DORF PAPKIt PRODUCTS COMPANY. "Resolved by the Board of Directors of the Waldorf Paper Products Com pany. that pursuant to the vote ana (authorization of the stockholders ot [said corporation, duly adopted at tneir •yJ I moiusilliu, 11 iiuuuiwi v«P*'"p" '"---7 a lawyer and go away to school—as ^1U($Voo.oo)'Uea, "nd emf, evervbody said he should do, he was I that Article v of said certificate oftn so clever—had to Have clothes ami tarSb? amlmM to tuition money, and somehow it was read as follows, to-wit: Annie who paid for that. Never liav-1 ARTICLE. V. ing had her own chance, Annie could appreciate what giving it up, and what stepping aside, might mean to brother. Somehow, too. before Annie had an opportunity to finish her own "schooling'' that had been interrupted that time when money had been needed so urgently, and when the few dollars each week that Annie had brought home from the shop had meant so very much to mother, and had put shoes on the babies' feet, it had become time for Margaret to learn how to sing. Everybody said Margaret had a wonderful voice and it should be developed. There was no money to be had for this luxury any where unless again it came from Sis ter Annie. Of course, again, mother voiced a feeble protest, but Annie overruled her. Didn't Annie know how it hurt to be cheated out of what ycu might expect as your own legit imate right hadn't Annie seen the tears the night before in Margaret's big, blue eyes, and hadn't she over heard the child say that she wondered "if it would do any good to get you what you wanted if you made the nine first Fridays?" What could Annie do? Nothing except what she did The city of Wichita, Kan., has been "managed" for several years and the public has been bonding itself freely to pay for every kind of public utility. but especially for building pal:t%hl miblic schools equipped with all mod-1 STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF ,. ..,1 Ramsey—ss. ern conveniences and supplied with pn this 22nd day of April, 1920. before unexceptional appliances for educa-1 me a Notary Public within anrl for said ,' i, I County, personally appeared Michael \Y. tional perfection, such as basketball, Waldorf and Douglas Putnam, to me football, swings of various kinds, personally known, who being- by me be taught and manners and morals1 will he left to private schools to be supported by parents who realize that the children are sacred to them and as parents they have the bounden duty of providing for the entire edu cation of their souls as well as their bodies. The great men of our country whose names are written in its history never ha£ a palatial school to shelter them nor professors of athletics to develop their little bodies, nor doctors to inspect their little noses, nor a merchant to supply eye glasses at pub lic expense, but they had to work every hour in study with no time to waste on dancing or -other so-called improvements. What result have we now in the crowd of our public men. The most honorable collection we have in the country is our Congress, and the President of the United States had no better name for them than "pigmies." Catholtc Advance. HIDDEN BEAUTIES. The hidden beauties of standard au hors break upon the mind by sur prise, writes N. P. Willis. It is like discovering the hidden spring in an old jewel. You can take up the book in an idle moment, as you may have done a thousand times before, per haps wondering as you turn over the leaves what the world finds in it to admire when suddenly as you read your fingers press clon iy upon the covers, your ..frame thrills, and the passage you have lighted on chains ^qu like a sjpelj* vividly true arid beautiful. Milton's "Comus" 'The anqount of the capital stock of 11 said corporation shall be the sum ot j-| three million, eight hundred and ntt thousand dollars ($3,850,000.00), di vided into thirty-eight thousand, live hundred (38,500) shares of the pai value of One Hundred Dollaih ($100.00) each. Three thousand, e I hundred (3,500) of said shares shall be First Preferred stock five thou said (5,000) of said shares shall second preferred stock, and tnirtj. thousand (30,000) of said shares shall be common stock. Said First Preferred stock shall be entitled to a preferred, fixed, cumula tive dividend from the profits of saut corporation, at the rate of se\en (7'/r) per cent per annum, payame semi-annually, upon dates to be de termined by the Board ot Directory, and shall be redeemable at the option of the Company on any dividend da. at the rate of One Hundred and li\e ($105.0(H Dollars, per share, with an accumulated unpaid dividends Said Second Preferred stock shall be entitled to a preferred, fixed, cu mulative dividend from the profits ot said corporation, at the rate of seven (7) per cent per annum, payable semi annually upon dates to be determined bv the Hoard of Directors, and shall be redeemable at tlie option of corporation, on any dividend day, at the rate of One Hundred and i en ($110.00 Dollars, per share, with all accumulated unpaid dividends, but the Second Preferred stock shall not be redeemed until after the 1 irst Preferred stuck shall have been fullj paid and retired. The corporation shall give the hold ers of the stock so to be redeemed, six months notice of its intention so to do. Said First and Second Prefer red stock shall not be entitled to vote, nor be voted, nor to participate at stockholders' meetings, unless the dividends on said Preferred stock ai in default for a period of one year. In case of such default, the owner of said preferred stock shall be entitled to the same right as to voting as the holders of common stock. If before the redemption of sud Preferred stock, said corporation shall be dissolved, or its affairs wound up, and its property distribut ed to its stockholders, said First 1 re ferred stock shall be entitled to a preference so as to pay thereon, for each share One Hundred and I i\e Dollars $105.00) and all accumulated dividends. Said Second Preferred stock shall be entitled to the next preference so that there shall be PAl,l thereon One Hundred and 1 en ($110.00) Dollars per share, and all accumulated dividends, and the re maining net assets of said corpora tion shall be distributed to the hold ers of the common stock, share ana share alike'." There are hundreds of thousands of|STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF We, the undersigned, Michael W. Waldorf. President and Douglas Put nam, Secretary of Waldorf Paper Annies. Tsually they close the be loved eyes of "mother" when death comes. Always they are beloved. And fhamo upon the man or woman or thoughtless girl or boy who dares at anv time to speak of such a woman ?s an "old maid." Nine-tenths fo our Minnesota, on the 20th day of April, unmarried Catholic working women Products Company, a corporation or ganized and existing under the laws of the State of Minnesota, do hereby eertifv that at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of said corpora tion. duly held at the City of St. Paul. e IN EDUCA- w£f:''amended°by would have liked their own homes of the foregoing resolution, by more lust as well as their more fortunate I oFDi^cVors^o^said corporation: who have them. Their condi- that said Board of Directors had been •!..» is not because men. and oppof- iSSKJSSSSf tT'nlto'SuJh •171!!v have passed them bv. but be-J to said Certificate of Incorporation, by cause the*-'have filled their lives too I sPeLific In Presence of: Clara B. Murphy, Thomas D. O'Brien. garages 0f saj(i etc -for convevin°- the ffentlv reared I H°ard of Directors and said Michael "VY. etc., ioi comejin int. genuy ied. boys and girls to school. The proles*-[ rlulv acknowledged said instrument to be the free act and deed of said Wal dorf Paper Products Company. sional staff will include instruction in music and art, and various other de vices for expanding the mind, includ ing lectures in sex hygiene and the lalest indecencies in dancing, fox trot, etc., and offices and doctors and lab oratories for dentistry, manicuring, diseases of the nose and throat. Pos-! siblv a squad of tailors and shoemak ers will be employed for patching the trousers ot the young men and the French heeled shoes of the young ladies. We believe we have not stat ed everything yet, but we are assured ^he"'adoption resolution duly adopted at specific the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of said corporation, held January 27th. 1920. In Witness Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and executed this certificate, as President and Secretary of said corporation respectively, under the seal of said corporation attached hereto, this 22d day of April, 1920. (Corporate Seal.) MICHAEL W. WALDORF, President. DOUGLAS PUTNAM, Secretary. I duly sworn, did say that they arc the dressing rooms, I president and Secretary of said Waldorf! baths, lunches, cooks, kitchens, bar- Paper Products ('ompany. respectU'ely, land that the corporate seal affixed to hers tor the young men, and oeauty I said instrument is th.e corporate seal of parlors for the young ladies, I for storing the limousines, roadsters, said corporation, and that said instru merit was siKued and sealed in hehait corporation by authority of its u-a!dorf and Douglas Putnam, each CLARA B. MURPHY, Notary Public, Ramsey Co., Minn. My Commission expires Oct. 9th, 1925. (Notarial Seal.) STATE OF MINNESOTA, DEPART ment of State. I hereby certify that the within in strument was filed for record in this oflice on the 22nd day of April, A. 1). 1920, at 3 o'clock p. in., and was duly recorded in Book of Incorporations. JULIUS A. SCHMAHL,, Secretary of State. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey—ss. Oflice of the Register of Deeds. that as this is a pagan country (sixty I strument Was filed for record in this I ofhee at# St. Paul, on the 22nd day of million acknowledge they have no re- April, A. D. l!»20, at 3:40 o'clock p. m., ligion of any kind) no religion will that thei same was duly recorded This is to certify that the within in- THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, MAY 1,1920 Booksellers BooKhunters Do you waAt to go to Europe? When? s:ufl How many in your party? Where? How long you want to stay? Do you want to join a happy and congenial family party? We are recommended by "OUR SUNDAY VIS ITOR" and Rev. George A. Wood, Nazareth, N. C. 91M).00 la required an n deposit to secure your reservation. The bal ance Is payable one mouth before departure. in ,1 Book W of Incorporations. I Register of Deeds. J. J. FITZGERALD, By H. H. Hodgins. Deputy. St. Paul's Exclusive Agency FOR THE Edwin Clapp & Sons Fine Sioes A Cfpnplete Showing in Latest Styles of O O S at $17 $18 and $19 A book for people who aro not afraid to think A Capitalist's View of Socialism By Spencer Kellogg of Buffalo Now in the Second Edition A. clear, fearless presentation of facts from the point of view of a man who has for many years been in close touch with labor and its problems. "It isthe most powerful thing we have read."—Minneapolis Journal. MIDWEST LAND CO. 223 Metropolitan Bank Bids., St. Paul, Minn. Write for my list of CENTRAL MINNESOTA IMPROVED FARMS Also Farm-seekers' Journal. Have some excePent farm homes in line Catholic farming communities. I,. W. TRAUB, 604 Phoenix Bldg., Minneapolis COEN AND ALFALFA FARMS whlrh are ns fertile as where yon live, pro ducing excellent, crops of CORN, GRAINS AND AUWI.IW I la v and Seed, besides beintr uneijnnlcd for STOCK AN1) DAIRY products. This land is in a Community largely made up of ('.VTIIOI.1CS and ran lie bencht for $:'.0 to $00 nit acre on easy terms. Write WILL R. WALPOLE, Philip, Haakon Co., South Da kota, for particulars. References: Itev. A. ]!. Iticd, I'nstor, and Rt. Rev. J. .T. Lawler. ISishop of Lead, South Dakota. Live agents wanted. A spiritual face is the most beauti ful face that the Divine Artist ever paints. All: 3393 HOES 400 ROBERT ST., ST. PAUL (Ryan Hotel) DEFEAT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING It requires time to establish a business on a firm foundation of dependability. P6ople will not accept adver tised statements to that effect. By keen attention to our daily work we feel that we can ac complish what advertising alone will never do. I E $ 1 0 9 Postage 12 Cents BOOK SECTION LEONARD H. WELLS, Manager. O W E S BOOK IMPORTERS Minneapolis, Minnesota O S S A V E U E A U and Tours Club of Members of the Knights of Columbus Address: 600 Hohman Street, Hammond, Indiana DO YOU WANT TO GO TO EUROPE FREE? DO YOU WANT TO MAKE SOME MONEY FOR YOURSELF? Our tours of April 9th (filled and gone). May 9th and June 4th are filled. If you contemplate going to Europe this year you must imme diately secure your passport and send your $100.00 for deposit at once. PERSONNEL President, H. A. GROSS Vice-President, MR. B. G. YOUNG Secretarv-Treasurer and Manager, FRANK A. GROSS Pacific C«u«t General Agent W11 .LI A GISSLE 903 Hobart Rldg.. San Francisco, California Eastern Representative F. W. MEAD. Masonic Temple, Middletown, N. Y. Los Anpreles, California HARRY WILSON Pittsburg, Pennsylvania J. W. KELLY 716 House Bldg. MINNESOTA FARM LANDS 10.000 acres to select from, im proved, unimproved farms. Price, $20 to $150 per acre, in Catholic community. Bookbinders BooKMers The Gross Travel Bureau has cut, slashed and reduced the fares for first class tours to Europe —pre-war RATES. We are making a big drive on July 8th. 100 days, rate $1,525.00. On August 1st, 77 days, r%te $1,000.00. Tliexe rates are virtually pre-war rates. Compare our rates, our time abroad, our ac commodations with any lirst class tourist com pany and if they offer the public a less rate than we offer, we will slvc you the difference in cash. We cover Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, England, and Ireland. Our tours are first class. Our sight-seeing the best. Wre visit the battlefields. We have a ten-day automobile tour through the chateaux. Erie, Pennsylvania MISS GWENDOLYN LEE RiifTulo. N. Y. Main Arcade THOS. E. SULLIVAN Southern States Representative MRS. I. WALLIS ELLIOTT Talladega, Alabama AN AUDIENCE WITH THE HOLY FATHER. A visit to Aneona. Asissi, Sienna, Padua, Amalfi, and Sorrento. Any part of these tours may be made at a cost of $15.25 and $13.50 per day on land, steamship fares added. FARMS AND IMPROVED LANDS FOR SALE SOUTH DAKOTA To Catholics deslrlnfr a good location. Timber I .:i k e, South Dakota has resident pastor, Slass every Sunday, large congrega tion, I\. of C. Council. Fine new parochial school taught by Sisters. Land Is cheap, corn is king, alfalfa queen. All kinds of small grains very successfully grown. Ex cellent small ranch opportunities. A healthy climate, good soil, excellent water easily obtained. For further particulars write W.J.CRAIN, Timber Lake, S. Dak. Reference: REV. FATHER KIPP, Looal Pastor, Timber Lake, S. D. Real Estate and Investments If you want to buy or sell Real Estate of any kind communicate with us. We have desirable homes for sale near all the Catho lic Churches and Colleges in the city. BRENNAN & CULL BUY A FARM MURPHY BROS., C|T Time flKTBHKF WlLUflttfS TbeOptiCdl Shop 57 E. 5th Street Near Frederic Hotel ST. PAUL, MINN. WANTED! Catholic settlers to buy land. Good soil and good water. Healthful climate. Plenty of timber on lands for fencing, fuel and building purposes. Numer ous and beautiful lakes. All near good roads and within five miles of railroad, stor« and post office. For further particulars write 55 South Slli St., Minneapolis Aut. 37733 RENTALS AND INSURANCE Jesse Lake Minn. E. G. Pifher, Become a Producer! CHOICE FARMS SEE 301PB£DG.uth Y PROPERTY INSURANCE FARM LANDS Minneapolis, Mftn. J. T. KENNY &. CO. Manufacturers of Soap and Cleaning Compounds JOBBERS OF LAUNDRY SUPPLIES If you are not already a customer, please send us a trial order or write for our catalogues. Minnesota Transfer ST. PAUL SERVICE FLAGS Badger, Banner*, Buttons Cl»«» Pin* Western Badge & Novelty Co. 337 WABASHA ST. ST. PAUL College of Saint Teresa WINONA, MINNESOTA Registered tor Teachers' License by the New York Boftfd of Regent*. Accredited by the Association of American Universities. Holds Membership in the North Central Association of CpllegiMt. Standard degree courses in Arts and Science leading torrthe degree* of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. ADDRESS, THE SECRETARY THE COLLEGE OF ST. CATHERINE A STANDARD COLLEGE FOB WSMSil E A A A COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA ADDRESS i THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN "•'OP—ft Due to the Exceptionally Great Demand for All Kinds of Office Help we strongly urge all who possibly can to enroll NOW for a business course. Begin at once in day or evening school and in a few months you will be ready for a good office position. PRACTICAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Mentions resident 340 Minnesota St.. St. Paul, Miun* Cedar SJMS, Automntle 22027 WALTER II A SJIUSSEN, PROPRIETOR JOIN OUR NEW TERM THIS WEEK NEW CLASSES STARTING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE SCHOOL Enter Either Day or Night Classes Complete and special courses in Book keeping, Banking, Shorthand, Type writing, Civil Service, Adding and Cal culating Machine. Call or phone today for information Cedar 183S. Auto 21727 GLOBE BUSINESS COLLEGE 43 WEST SEVENTH ST. ST. PAUL, MINN. St. Benedict's College and Academy St. Joseph, Minnesota Under th* patronage of the Right Reverend Joneph Buscn, D. D. A Boarding School for Girls and Young Ladies Healthful Location. Beautiful Campus. Thorough Courses. Progre* »lv» Methods. Four years collegiate course complete academic, commercial, hom« economics and preparatory courses. Exceptional advantages offered In the Conservatories of Music and Voice Culture. Individual attention given students In the Expression, Art and Nesdl* work Departments. Affiliated to the Catholic University of America, "Washington, D. Accredited to the University of Minnesota and neighboring states. Rate* reasonable. For further Information, address ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, St. Paul, Minn. A DAV SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A thoroughly equipped High School. Graduates admitted to the University 3t without examination. All branches of music taught on the plar. of the best Classical Conservatories. Diplomas conferred on Students who complete the proscribed course in piano or violia« Students may enter the Department of Music at wiv time. TELEPHONE DALE 354 SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH Villa Maria Academy FRONTENAC, MINN. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES ACCREDITED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Conducted by the URSULINE NUNS Send (or Catalog and Complete Information. ST. AGATHA CONSERVATORY NORTHWESTERN STAMP WORKS 110 £. 3rd Street, ST. PAUL. MINN, Makers of BUBBIRindllETAL STAMPS M. J. Gill & Sons Co. FliNtRAl DIRECJ0RS MINNEAPOLIS MINN. OP MUSIC AND ART BAST KICHANGH ST. COR. CBDAR, ST. PAUL PIMM* Karmony, Violin, Mandolin, Guitar. Zither, Banjo, Voice, •lMfettoB. 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