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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1921)
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Wl LL T! KE OFFIG E NOVEMBfR 30
', TAMPA,v.Fla Oct. 12. -Ton yonrs
priest,, allVof thorn In Florida and
eyon years ;tiio bishop of. th(,dlo
eese, proceeded by four years' In the
Propaganda University t at ritm6j
comprise 4thq inbteorlc career of tbo'
i' young Archbishop ot BaltlmoroMwh6
Will nscend, tho .throne jongf-graced
y tho areat Gibbons, on. Novombor
80. Today. Archbishop ; Carlcy,' .'
celebrating hfs 42nd 'birthday. '
Mlchncl Joseph Curley .wa's'born
In Athloie.Vcounty Westmeath, Ire
"land, October 12, 1379, bno'ofi ten
children and. n happy boyhood" In
cluded amoag his playmates "the cel
bratBd.teno'r John MoCorniack. De
Toted to"1 hlT ambition to becoiae,a
Churchman--flrst determined.' upek,
e aaya at the age of tenhe aew
rchblstiop's'carcer may beijseidH.-fo
hare beguat sixteen, when he rode
tor tho tint time on a train, bis first,
trlD away, from homo carrylnglUBi
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to Limerick to the college oi jauag-
ret In 18861' From then on hls'-.rise
.His esrlr home life
-ta school .jerhsps m'ajrj;BTe .redk-,
ted aiori,thaa ordlsan; eartsr for
fairly eeWorUbWtirsJ. Ti?
r BhsjuM flowet.'ikravth Wis fath
er's hoMlBgs amd.t',tfmes.tleedsd
kem'.V;9- iv ? .,t ' ,
TUu gtr education was received
U the laUrmedi'aCe senoots conduct
ed by the, 'Marist brothers, a ?ech.
teachIst;,soBgtegauoB, ana nma m
nsuU5Porlunlty with tthemo
' ' tollowJ?claeaical courser He was
tudyla'fee dead laaguagesof Ceas
r sad: CJeero as well as tbo living
flery 'ljiageijefCIBUBceiu and
Vlvlaril'wicn he was, out nine yjars
old. AtTfVelTe ho bad been awardod
first grade certificate In olement
ry chemistry;, 'physlegriphV i
mathematics hf the .Science and, Art
Board of South., Kensington, London;
wmcB.'Doaro oau mibiiub
IsrlnAthWr' ".. ' '
GolWto Limerick at sixteen, be
9nithe esVurse outlined. by, the
Royal'. Irish Usilverslty and, Injispo
wlth.iilcli houni recorded through
out his college coarse', 'he war gives
his degree 1a. menUP and moral .scU
i legtc,.mtaphjWcs,., ethics,, natural
theoleyt,pByIology, and hlstojry.f
.' h!le4ey.-fJV-' I ,f
Wjthjhis ambition for priesthood
Before. Jifm, ie realized that th'oro
wereother fields where, a young
churchman might be more needed
taanjln ireiana. "wane x fovea iue
oldlandi" as ho, 'puts It, "nnd Us
warm-h,earte'dpoople,-I longed- to
consecrato myvllfo to the sorvlco of
Ood hnd myfellow men, in some part
of tho -world,, whore catholics woro
less fortunately situated, from, alio
religious" tandpbint'"than In Ireland."
He'appllod for a post and gladly ac-
MniiAilm, nnlnman4 tA'ihn mlfMI
ot Florida, and byforderot the late
Bishop, Moore of St., Augustine, went
to' Rome to study sacrcdt science in
preparation for his, priestly work In
the Land of Flowerp.'
He Entered the Propaganda Uni
versity Tat Home In 1900, where ho
' had, .an. opportunity of meeting' and
mlagllux with, studbnts from' every
part'pftho world. Forty-five langu
ages or'dlalecta wore spoken In the
University. He was given full marks
in almost evory examination. In 1901
he 'received the Bachelor of Divinity
degree, and in 1903 tbo degree ot
licentiate of sacradheology. He was
awardod modals'ia 'Christian archcol-
''ogyj liturgy, '.jtuadimontal theology,
oogmatio tneoiogyanu acrpiiurp "
InMho faUafJIjloa he sufferqd.'a
' aeveref.attacko'fi'neuraBthonrd of the'
broln'lndu'cedjbyj his heavy work
nnrflwaa fnrhllflAnliv hta Ariptnv nnrl
his 'bishop tbp.r'esaat himself for fur-
tbor degrees,., He relaxed, bis zeal In
hJ8,'8tu'dIesres'te''d, several'' months
andptheh continued. He was ordain
ed priest by.Car'dtrial Paroco'h'fIarch
10, 104 ineSBaslllja. ofSt. Jpln
juiernn. uurmgine greaier parv or
hlst'stay In'Vltomeytho rector ot the
university vm then Monslgnor (la'te'r1
uaruinii; uommasseiv ,
, ",7f Iway's;, Iookback' on ihy.day3
In'Rome a-th'ejhVpliiest of my lfo'
theatchblslib'ptold tlie ASSQclaiod
Pfessnan.Lt'RpnielwIth its momorles,
ac'redandjprf'aye; Home, tho gath
erJBK(place'46f,ir would soom, the
werld: Rome, consecrated by tho
blood of. Pfiteand PnuJ;., that;
h'Hh wlU'-ntto? J&a'iorcotlenVV "J:
Mo'fe ,thaa)'ncQ1''a'uring 'his Vay
heVbs'd the privilege of an audlenco
' w$ ilj1lMfe.;PoelV,VlU'0 hta
'Ktet. bid', adieu to the Eternal City
- ""awl -.the early days of June found
him at'.home In Athlone nttor nn ab
sence, ot four years, from his paronts.
Ho sailed, OTember; 3 jfrqhi Queens
town.for NewtYork, planting hlg foot
on American 'soil November. ITo re
ported to his bishop, tfiolate Dlshop
Kennr at St, Augustlno, on 'tho ove
Ilia first chargo, was St. Peter's
parish, DoLand. With tho exception
of oleren months of the year. 100G
spent a socrota'ry to tho blsb,op and
chancellor ot tho diocese, all ot the
then' Father Curloy'a.years aa a priest
were spent la'DeLandf )Vhllo pastor
atiDeLand. he had charge ,of all the
mWlons fromivdw" Smyrna to Fort
Pierce and his missionary work kept
him on the iad. almost constantly.
There were-yeixlfew 'peoploarong
the 150 miles ot then almost, barron
coast, who did novtknowstbe y'oing
priest In those, daysHq built a new
church .and' rectory kt Detarid; on-
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largea ine cnurca aaa duiii a sma
n&or inNew Smyrnajgavo Fort
through" it malatalned the most'
frieadly and cordial relations with
hUaretesUnt neighbors! 'la. fact the
W archbishop obBaltlmore. has al-
;ways beea ,proad e .the faH that "my
preisscaaf meaag.t oauiamoe my
Cathollo' frieBdslesr to oae.'
1 The the priest: beeame aa Americ
an cttlsen as soon as the law allow
ed swearing 'allegiance to tho Am-
erlc4nrenbllc with "all the more
eagerness since 1 never owed alleg
lancNto Laay joUjer government. J
' 'Bishop Kenny died" in October
191Sr and'onAprll 3;- 1914,- Pope
Pius X named the young priest as
nlalmn nt Kt. kumnmilnni Hti vttim than
jMt.Un'years a priest!, and'"thlr'y-
four years and sirmontns 01a one
of the youngest men who bad'evor
.held'so important a' post irf- he
Church.. Hewas .consecrated in, .the
old cathedral of St. Augustlno June
30 by Bishop' Kelloy pfSavaanah; 1
The sevph' years ot;hlsiplscopate
have been.iusy ohos.-He has caused
to be. erected, at least thirty-five
Just a few cweeks 'ago, hp was en
thaslasticviri',!hls, great -"work. "All
over tho-state there Jsstoady stream
of converts' coming .'Into the fold.'
there nevewas.a finer spirit among
the 1 Catholic, peopleslnce' ; tbo day
vfcea'Uhe intreuld Pedro Menende:
.kneeled at the fltst'inass offered on
tho sito ot St. Augustlno. Twenty
years 'from -now wlllseo tho, diocese
of Florida one of the finest In. tho
Southland." " '
His creed, as ho summed If up In
a recent conversation Is j'usl threo
words "Ood and country," and ho
boasts of his prlzo In' bis citizenship
In thb'Amorlca of today.
- Quito n crowd of young folks gave
Carl Barks and bride. a. lively sore-
Bade on Wednesday evening, October
5.' The music consisted mostlv of
tin cans and cow bells. v
Miss Moore ot Fort, Klamath spent
the week end with Mrs. tKlger. '
.. C. W. Lewis and J.B. Enmnn w'nnt
to Keno 'Monday? " ' y
Most all. of Lone Pine folks took
In tbo fair last week and some of
them brought home quite a number
ot bluo ribbons.
Orandma Cheyno nnd Mrs. Alex
Choyne called on Mrsv Elliott and
Mrs, Enraan Monday afternoon, '
Mr. and Mrs. C. Klger and family
spent Sunday at Fort Klamath.
O. W. Lewis Is serving on the
grand jury this week, r '
A Clanlfled Ad will sell lt.v
(B SALVATION ARMY
j; , DRIVE BKOINS
Wednesday Oct. 19th and lasts until Octob
er 29th. Plan now to make your contribu-
F . T . - . , t . .7
If you have a watch to
.-W ISMHWSniUI, DUlf s
LET -GEORGE DO IT
-, s$y ''.ya,tchmakerfartijlylr
pnnTi.AND. Oct.- .14. "Nation
al advertisers do not consldorttiol
country as a single unit, dui 'asi a
collection of markets, cacn one icei
bg a need for sorao partlcularfsjnd
distinct lino ot goods," said WH.
Thomas, manager of tho bureau-of
advertising of tho Amorlcnn "ffewa-
nnnnr Publlsbers' association Qt'tDO
Ad club luncheon today.
"Tho advertiser soeg that In one
locality of tho countryratn Is fraj
nnent. while. in.auother(sectlon Jae
eUma'tfl is r dr 'ik thk 'ranyil8ec;.,
tion. therefore.ratBCoats .and'rah-
ners migni no Hfcnisu,
the dryor locality things that would
fill the needs ot Its residents."
ihM mreatcr nart of Thomas's "them,'
For qnlcknoss of distribution, jf peed
and low rates, Thomas ueoarea,
the newspaper leads the field in
advertising mediuajf t. .
"Dates of newspapers are far be
low what they'iiBldfc,;Vald
Mr. Thomas. "The cost ot news
paper production JwJUvKjjoaeJ of
the last things to drop, and still
it. ntM of adveAlslaa do' net
On what he cflreeTf -plcal 'Ad-"
Tertlslnr." Mr. Thomas dwelt at
some length. Tieesfctti Jmahui
facturcr, for Instance, he said,
should be content to develop the
-vast flolds between the coast ana
TJnrWv mnunntnlns. instead. Of idly
hoplnrftcsomo. daeijterhe, lejdl
la compeiltion -wiiaeaswrn iirra.
"Tho western manufacturer," he
said, "should conflno the greater
part. If riot all ofala attentlonNto
his own .markets." '
J 'it was "Newspaper Day'lat tho
'club- and 'isevofal 'memberapt(tho
fata editorial association wore' in
5WD F.'J'Ragers, chalrmanot the
eettatlttMta charge of tho bur
eau ofadverttalns; ofthe. merlcan
Newspaper. Publishers' association,
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SANTA ANAV.Cal., 'Octt '14.
Thorshippln'g season for oranges to
thoIeastUwiil close by Noe'inbcr 7,
according to .growers, with eight
carloads valued at $13,500,000 hav
ling ;bcen shipped this season from
Prices may advance any
day, this is your notice, no
fjirther-r'guarantoo on prices.
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Buyyour QUEEN SLAB,
or BLOCIMVOOD uow and
avoid advances that aro suro
to como, Ask about our
For Your'licwtcr c"f
"Wood to UurB
410 Mnln St. ,1'hpno 680
repairfdon'ttsand it ;
FOR ADS, Ul
WANTED Twot bonrtlora, $40.00
per month. Board and room, In
cluding uso of batlu, Inqulro, '11)2:1
Main. ;J ,'.; M'-j 4-17'
FOIl SALE 3 iDnrrod Itbcks nnd
j ,Hhodo lBlnlid Itcdn, yoar old hens
for wlntor layors. Address Dox O.
P. ., Herald otflco for pnrtuculnrs,
FOR jRENT-r-Flo room moilorn
houso .and sleeping porch, furnish-)
cd. Closo in., Inquire at B12;N,
81 stroet. , ,f4,
A GOODBED and a good bath, at'
(Colonial rooms, 11th neur Malii'
Btr,cot, and 741 W(alnut.Av 0. ; 14j
LOST Wednesday bolwoenMorrlll'
and Klamath Falls, iblaclcrlm and;
le.nso for car light. Hotnrn to Merrill
FOR SALE! Columbia elx, sport
f-Biodoi ana Liberty six, touring
car,' Torms to.suIt.'Honllno.-I'hoto;
Shop. 327 Mnln., Phone 39. 14-20.
Kings Driver Get ' N
PARIS. Sop.,',' ,l?(By vrall)A
Threo dotectlvesihla fasV tourlag'car
vrere sent 16 ( tho Versaillos gate' by
Perfect ot 'Pollco-Leullllertov-m6et
King Ferdinand of Rumania when, ha
It was quite dark when the regal
automobile reached, the .walls 'ot.Parls
but the detectives spotted It and one
1 6r,themjjWontj ,b to, chauffeur, jand
J'lj this, theiKlag'a car?;' , " ,
"It lsi".w'as tho reply.' " ' '
tapping the driver familiarly on the
machine ahead and don't lose sight
of It. We will take you straight to
tbo King's hotel. You are a lucky
dog to bo driving a king.
Then walking"' 'back" a coupkT'of
itopi" to ttbe. w)ndo w of, thV iTmouiIno
and' coming rigidly 'to attention, 4iio
detective saluted the occupant who
returned, tbo salute i ,
-' .-'. " '
"You aro Indeed a lucky manyto'bo'
dr,Tt"?C,irk,l',!ilaAth drivjer of.
hOjking car over bis shquldor to
SATURDAY, OcL 15
In Out New Location
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p,lKUt,KAZiUKi 1-KLt, AS LUJNU AS
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tho man In tho llmouslno, ,It onnblos
you to sit on tho cushion and. jot tho
King do his own driving," i1
Tho detcctlVQ saw tho story, In tho
newspaper tlio.noxt dav anil yront to
thiKllig'B; hbtol to, apologlizo.;!lIo 10
tutiied' 1,000 frnrics richer.'
Afnko time idlo dolliir work I
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PEST FRYERS WE HAVE HAD THIS SEASON AND PLENTY OF
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FOOTBALL PLAVKIt FALLS ANIJ
IIHHAKM COLLAR MONK AOAIN
Do Los Mills, high school Junior,
who'hn'ciihls potior bono 'truurolj. Ih'j
fn'nfh'fiH nrnctlcn tlirCO WOOkfl. RO,'
stlihijjiedtond fell whllb dittk htihilris;.
yosVo'rday", breuklng tho bono ngalri",
As a result lip was unnblo to b'o to
Ashland with tho loam to root for a
I Klamath victory.
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