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'4,a' .i'o, ae, t, the ,he 185; kansas 'Ple acl nd tle b- . 415 3;a. LITTL : Street CAPITAL $200,000.00 SURN00US 30,600.00 We have increased our capital stock from $100,000 to $200,000 and by sell- ing the new issue of stock at 20 per cent above our par our surplus has been increased from $10,600 to $30,- 600. This enables us to take still bet- ter care of our present depositors as well as new ones. - EnglaM National Bank H. T. McKINLEY JEWELER Watches, Jewelry, Musical Goods, Watch and Jewelry Repairing. 706 Main St. Little Rock, Ark. A. V. ROGOSKI Both Phones 478 GAS FITTING Practical Plumbing, Hot Water and Steam Heating. Dealer in Pipe, Gas Fixtures,-Hose Pumps, Etc. FREE EXAMINATIONS Examinations given free. It will cost you nothing to obtain our opin- ion of your condition if you consult us at our office. DR. CLIFTON E. WHITNEY 501 1.2 Main St. Little Rock, Ark. Established 1890 Calls Answered Night or Day Office Phone 386 Res. Phone 106 Give Us a Trial ENTERPRISE HAT CO. Phone, Main 8565 We manufacture soft and stiff hats Soft or Stiff Straw or Panama Hats Cleaned, Blocked and Retrimmed. No acids used on Panamas. THURSTON & WASEM Proprietors. No Acids Used on Panamas. F. C. ROSENBERGER TRU-VALU Products are Supreme Candies, Pastries, Bread, Cream 914 Main Street Phone Main 659 gEORGE, P, ELKINS | ] BARBER SHOP ,[ Sharpens Safety Razor Blades of All Kinds The Most Up-to-Date Shop in the City 106 WEST CAPITOL AVE. Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Any Aiumnae Association wishing to purchase rosary beads or any other religious articles to be sent to the sol- diers can obtain them at reasonable rates trt The Bookery, 307 W. 2nd St. We have nice selections and orders will be pomptly filled. Ilmlill$111$1HHIIIIIIIIIl$111111111 I DON'T TAKE CALOMEL Bond's Liver Pills Are Better for Malarial Troubles, Headaches, Colds, Indigestion, etc. One small pill at bedtime is the dose. 25c. All drug- gists. Refuse substitutes. REDUCED PRICES No. 2 Smith-Premier and No. 6 Remington. L. C. Smiths, Oliver at higher prices. Ask for illustrated largain liszt; ask about the Coronu, nly six j Ibs.; strong, rapid and folds us. Shipped for trial. Parkin-Longley Stationery Co. 215 Main St., Little Rock. Ark. Phone 1035. Deks, safes, filing cabinets, 8tae Agents Corona, 6-lb. folding tywritor. THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920. [ The Church of the South 1 LOUISIANA Lafayette The episcopal tour of Confirmation and visitation at Tiger Island and Pecan Ishmd by the I,t. Rev. Jules Jcannmrd, D. D., has bec concluded. He traveled "in regions where no College, Academy and School (Continued from Page 6.) jected to a severe :examination in theoretic military matter. We are proud to record that all passed bril- liantly. The commissions were con- fe]Te(l by the Commandant. The corn- Bishop had ever yet set foot." The mission of Cadet Major was given to Bishop and "Iris faithful riest corn- Paul D. Wiliams, and also to John panions jogged over muddy, roads in Priola in virtue of his great part in an ox drawn carr through Tiger Is- the foundation and promotion of the land, and returning home lost their Club. Jas. O'Regan and Conley Mur- way m the darkness and gloom of phy received the title of Captain, whil e the storm that threatened White Lake." At Pecan Island thirty-two were confirmed, "not more than half a dozen children, all the others being adults, ranging all the way from 20 years of age to 85." Thirty-nine were confirmed at Tiger Island. Bishop Jeanmard celebrated on Dec. 8 the first anniversary of his con- secration. During this year "three new parishes have been founded." Be- sides, "splendid churches are nearing completion, new churches and chapels have been erected in the outlying sec- tions, and fine new school building for the episcopal city of Lafayette and a handsome residence for the first Bi:hop are the present contemplated improvements." the office of First IAeutenan was con- ferred upon Thos. Breen, John Car- roll and J. Conners. Jno. Murphy and Gilbert Norton were awarded the title of Second Lieutenant. Major Wiliams then delivered a short speech in which he touched upon points of current interest. The band then played another selec- tion after which Major Priola spoke to the boys. His address was concise and straight to the point. He said what he meant and we are glad to say that there were very few things which were open to criticism. What few things which were wron1 with the Cadet Corps, however, he meat%ned and gave us some advice as to how we should overcome these faults. Among others things he said: "It is no what you put into the club Lawteil t'hat counts, but it is what you get out The Rev. P. Gruel, of the missmns of it. But it is an impossibility to of Epelousas, has been appointed the get good out of any enterprise unless first pastor of the newly erected the good is there. The officers can parish of Lawte]l. only furnish this requisite in a meas- Scott The Rev. B. G. Durand, the first pastor of Scott, was buried here last week. Some months ago Father Durand resigned his parish on ac- count of ill health. He was a patient in St. Patrick's Sanitarium, Lake Charles, at the time of his death. Fa- ther Durand wa born November 22, 1842, at Point d'Aubenas, France, and was ordained priest on May 25, 1872, at Viviers, France. The sermon was preached by Very Rev. Father Lang- lois, Vicar General, "who, as a Semin- ure--the Cadets must do the rest. If you want to have a coherent knowl- edge of military manoevours you must apply.yourself to the study and prac- tice of them. No man can learn Latin by merely having its intricacies ex- plained to him and by not studying it himself. And likewise no man can master military science unless he ap- plies himself whole heartedly to the work. Do you boys wish to learn and learn thoroughly or do you wih to be desultory in your drills? This latter attitude is absolutely unAmerican." In another part of his address Major Ed Del Moore. m and by dessention you are work- mg against the Club and consequently against your fellow students who had manhood enough to submit to dis- cipline and learn in order that they might teach you. Please give this a thought." Gentlemanly Crowd of Boys Sunday, December 21 the boys left 'or home where they will enjoy a 16: days wlcation. It wouhl be useless to try to express the joy that prevailed upon all sides. We will merely say DINNER TO NEW CARDINALS (C. P. A. Service to The Guardian.) Rome, Dec. 27.--The round of functions, held in connection with the consistory, came to a close with a dinner, given at the Vatican by the Cardinal Secretary of State to the new cardinals and the diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See. Christmas Reception This was followed by7/papal chapel that never was there a more jovial, held in the Sistine Chapel, to com- and yet a more gentlemanly crowd of incinerate the coronation of the reign- boys assembled at one place, ing pontiff, and to stage the annual College Christmas Joyful Many boys will spend Christmas at the College. They will certainly haw, a good time and no effort will be spared in the attempt to make them forget their absence from home upon the birthday of Our Savior. ST. ANNE'S ACADEMY, FT. SMITH arian, served his Mass and was a life- lo:g friend of the deceased." The Rt. Rev. J. B. Jeanmard, D.D., officiated at the absolution. It was the dying re- quest of Father Durand that he be buried at Scott. New Orleans The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus has a new stone altar, the gift of Sir Lawrence Fabaeher. The altar is of the "finest Carrara marble, and exquisite in architecture, and was made in Italy." It is consttcted in the Tudor-Gothic style, "in keeping with the style of architecture of the Church and Loyola University build, ings." The lace'-like tracery of the canopy of this central altar surmounts a crucifix, which is said to be the larg- est in the country." The four marble altar of the Holy Name Church were consecrated by the Most Rev. J. W. Shaw, D.D., krchbishop of New Or- leans, and he was assisted by the Rt. Rev. J. M. Laval, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans. TEXAS Knights of Columbus The Knights of Columbus in Texas have held the following init!a- tory exercises during the first week of last month: At Austin, thirty-five candidates were initiated. Mass was said by Rev. G. Eberts, C.Ss.R.. of Davenport, Iowa; and a memorable sermon was preached by the Rev. Dr. M. Schu- reacher, C.S.C. Forty candidates were initiated in the Wichita Falls Council. Over two hundred persons attended the banquet at the St. James hotel. Beaumont Council, according to the wishes of the Worthy State Deputy, recently exemplified the first degree to a class of twelve candidates. San Antonio Dr. Thos. Terrell Jackson, while ministering to a patient at his office, was stricken by an attack of heart disease. He was a native of Missis- sippi, coming to San Antonio in 1894. He was on the Sara Rosa Infirmary staff. Sixty little orphans and ten Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word of St. Peter's Orphanage "were lined on either side of the Conception Road in front of Mission Conception as the funeral procession passed by." G.F.X.S. s "SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND" (C. P. A. Service to The Guardian.) Rome. Dec. 27.--Thin morning Pope Benedict received in private audience Miss Eglantine Jebb, organizing see- retayy of tim "Save the Children Fund," who has come to Rome. at the request of Lord Weardale, chairman  the Fund, to thank His Holiness personally for the gracious support, given in his letter of last September, to the movement for saving the lives of children suffering from the effects of the war in any and every country where help has been needed. Priola said : "If your officers had no once been in your own place they could not have gained their rank. Every man you have over you has risen from the ranks on merit and merit alone. They know what your lot is and they under- stand your feelings. They are boys themselves. Therefore why not co- operate with them in their every wish. They deserve your help. A good sold- ier never questions the wisdom of an order. That is the first law of military etiquette. 'A house divided against itself must fall', and in the same way an organization in which there is fric- tion must eventually perish. For after all an organization is only a number of persons working with a common' means for a common end. If they do not do this they cannot call themselves an organization. If therefore you do not all work with your officers you must work against them. They arc working for the betterment of the Christmas Musical The following program was splen- didly rendered by the Senior Music Class to a large and appreciative au- dience. The stage of the Academy auditorium was tastefully adorned with the ever pleasing Christmas IIol- ly, the decorations corresponding with several numbers of the program sug- gestive of the glad, as also, the re- miniscent spirit of the season. Monday Evening 8 o'Clock. March From Birthday Suite--Piano Margaret Fenolio, Marie Dressen- do=fer, Marjorie Maus, Juanita Jeter. "The Night Bells" (two parts)-- the Vocal Class. Gavotte de Louis XIII, Piano, Mar- garet Carotin, Julia Pardone, Florine Beal, Virginia Phipps. "Sunrise and You"--Voice--Alice Fried. Polonaise in A--Piano Solo Duet-- Marie Scherry, Cathem Tancred. Under the Mistletoe--Violin--Don Schmidt, Bernidine Jeter, F]orine Beal. (a) "Thinking of You"--Voice--(b) "The trong Box"---Marie Scherry. I1 Trovatore--Piano--Alice Fried, Madeline Chapman, Bernidine Jeter, (a) "When the Dew IsFalling"-- Voice--(b) "Sorter Miss You"--Irene Schmidt. Gallop Brilliand -- Piano--Bernidine Jeter, Juanita Jeter, Marjorie Maus, Madeline Chapman. La Cinquantaine. Violin Don Schmidt; Piano--Irene Schmidt. (a) "Two Roses"--Voiee (b) "Keep on 'Hopin'"--Marie Dressendorfer. WKims--Piano--..Ma rgaret Fenolio. "The American's Come"--Musical Reading--Mary Tancred. (a) "Japanese Love Song" (h) "Smiling Through"Voice-- Jua Jeter. Danse Styrienne--Piano--Evelw Leard, Cathern Tancred, Irene Schmidt. Marie Scherry. (a) "Slave Song (b) "Danny Boy" --Voice--Margaret Fenilio. Adestcs Fideles--PianoMarT Ten- cred. 'Christmas in the Old Home"Solo --Alice Fried. Chorus--Class. reception of the cardinals and others for the presentation of their Christ- nms homage and good wishes. In re- plying to the address of Cardinal Vannutelli, dean of the Sacred Col- lege, who spoke on behalf of he PAGESEVEN cardinals, Pope Benedict delivered a powerful allocution on the necessity for faith as the foundation for the true peace of the world. The Itoly Father said three Christ- mas Masses at midnight in the Paul- ine Chapel of the Vatican. EPISCOPAL CONSECRATION (C. P. A. Service to The Guardian.) Rome, Dec. 27.Last Sunday, in the South American College, Cardinal Gaspm'ri efficiated at the episcopal consecration of Msgr. Aloysius Masella, Apostolic Nuncio to Chili. In the chapel of the Propaganda Cardinal Van Rossum consecrated Msgr. Pisani, Apostolic Delegate to the East Indies. Christmas Goods at Bookery. 809 West Second St., opposite postoffiee. Efficient Service In Ice Deliveries ] rile success of any business depends Ulm service rendered, and the City Delivery Com- pany is on exception to the rule. We erve the citizens of Little Rock with an ice de- livery service that knows no superior in etleieney, promptness and courteousneu. If you have any reason to feel that you are not get- ting the ice delivery rvice to which you ar en- titled, we will consider it a favor if you will phone Main 3450 and give us an opportunity to correct it. City Delivery Co. W. it. Sanders. Manager. E. E. Johnson. Assistant Manager. 18-20 Arcade Bldg. Phone M 3450 ARKANSAS FARM HOMES WHITE COUNTY HILL LANDS PROSPECTUS FOR CATHOLIC FAMILIES Not for Speculation--No Fictitious Values No Inflated Boom Values MOST DESIRABLE PARCELS FOR HOMES ADVERTISE Ten years ago the Diocese of Little Rock purchased the Famous Armstrong Spring--with its commodious Hotel and farm of 160 acres. Built Hospice and Equipped a fine Church. Section has been thoroughly non-Catholic until a few years ago. A few Catholic families acquired homesVast year several more became our neighborsnow we have promise of four more families. WE WANT A PARISH. WE HAVE THE CHUkCH AND PRIEST WE ONLY NEED THE CHILDREN TO HAVE SISTERS AND SCHOOLS YOU ARE NOT DEALING WITH "LAND SHARKS"--BUT WITH RESPONSIBLE PERt SONS, INTERESTED IN BUILDING UP A PARISH. For Further Information--Visit or Write E. W. KETTLER, Armstrong Springs, Ark. . Or Rev. Gee. H. McDermott, Guardian Office, LittleRock, Ark. BOOKERY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE 309 W. SECOND ST. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Catholic Home R, quisite Artistic Wall Decorations YEAR RECORD o/ FEASTS and FASTS CALENDARS . *$- try It. That's my rally argument, I've been in the ltetail Drug Business for 0 years. I am President of tile Indiana State Board of Pharmacy and President of the Retail Druggists' Association, Nearly everyone in Fort Wayne knows me and knows about my saceessflfl treatment. 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