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January 6, 1923     Arkansas Catholic
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WANTED A DOG I ed it as he had never wanted anything "-----" I else in his whole young life. * thea Francis "And yet," a little something-or- 'f course, children," Sister other whispered, somewhere inside ended, "the pennies you Anthony, "think how nmch good that Yourself. Ihat yo,. re:lily money would do, how many little are tile. ones that count babies it would buy. Then, in answer to the little some- V-live pairs of eyes were fixed thing-or-other, there had come in the t attention upon the Sister's!boy's mind a quick vision of himself face and forty-five young and a wildly adoring puppy at play, in were, at that moment, tirmly the yard, in the house, so vivid a that they desired nothing in vision th the little something-or- so much a to go out and and truly earn--their ion for the poor D babies. Poor little babies! So had Sister Teresa brought the children's minds! it would be if their 4, could be the class ally and truly the most lPrtSsed, in fact, was one of tY-li , that his mother, a half- Lice, looked at hint in dismay. Y' Anthony,, :he exclaimed, 0U ill, dear ?,, ee hw mischivous son with s01en t look upon his face could . I2 Loring nothing short of At is mother's questn, An 1ooke up. ll Ill No'm," he responded'in rlous as the expression in ttnl[ gazed at her young son t l .ly" No, she told herself, he l e.xactly ill, but else t," tat matter T eahe aked, "did you cause ay trouble today? rs that Iio,  nlotherl,, and the honest a't d corroborated his words. ne a thing for two whole other had been nearly sileILced for a moment. But, in another moment, the little something-or-other, was back again in full force and so the battle had waged and was still waging. Weary as the boy felt with the struggle, he could not bring himself to the point of telling his mother all about the matter. Somehow, he felt this was a time when he himself must decide. He wanted tlm Imppy with all his boyish heart, wanted him so intensely that he could not, could not, get him out of his mind and thoughts. All the tricks he had planned to teach the dog; the hikes they would have to- gether; the names he and mother and Dad had considered with a view to the puppy's now imminent arrival. But, always with increasing insist- ence came the little something-or- other's voice, putting forth argument after argument, clearly, consistently beating upon every barrier raised by the boy's ntural desires. For a boy with Anth&iy's passionate, intense nature, those desires could not but be strong. In fact, by the time Anthony and his father reached the kennels that evening, the little troublesome some- thing-or-other seemed to be playing a I- , #.p losing game; for at sight of the pup- .'tag With some difficulty re- pies in the kennel-man's yard, the boy t. Ilrtile" was in ecstasy. First one, then an- ('a:pY, '' she told him. "Dad other he fondled--very carefully, ill - ase however, for the kennel-man had tote It ' t naughty, what on earth, him that it was bad for young puppies :h- .e mother, could have to be handled too much. The puppy _er Irrepressible _young son in- he and Dad liked the best was a dark- ' eri0tl8 e - - 1, - - " Yed, unsmiling bo" ? eyed black-and-white little fellow. it,p ad is coming home early "unless the poor babies could be l'_ber? '' bought and saved," The picture m 0fer! Antliony's eyes light- the boy's mind was a vivid one--and 't it t- COUrse he remembered, the boy turned to his father. ke hl ightt hat Dad was going "Dad," he questioned, "we weren't tll '" out to see that young [ going to take the puppy tonight, were Which was see,, +- h hm we?" *aY!s ._ . . ...... . ,[ chgs. rend possession and con-I "No, Tony; not for another week. ad'' :^, Tat pop was going to Why?" ' ,0rh[. obey, too, Anthony "Well, you see, Dad, I--well--you tMel aal heard Dad talking to see---come on home, Dad, and I'll tell ll,: un on the telephone. And you on the way, will'ou please ?" t eat regard to the new puppy Wonderingly, the father bade good- ames = . Anthony's present night to the owner of the kennels, and, 8it, h xnat very afternoon, in company with his young son, made r i't, ad been speaking about his way to his waiting car. Once in taIKu l'!nese babies, a sudden the mahine, with Anthony'beside him, ,a 'wanted i o y . den had come to he turned a somewhat puzzled face t : ' first, the o h d re hebo a',,e[ y thoughtb:Yth a:ome- t "N:, son," he said, "tell Dad what Id  -ze horror. To tell Dad the trouble is." aey' uP the puppy; and give Eager as the boy 'had seemed to table ' og would cost to the tell his story, no words at first would Wh;. No! That was too now come. At last, however, the fo 'an.e. had wanted a dog of floodgates of boyish reserve .were Wlole long.year, want- opened, and the whole story poured Exclusive Styled Apparel for Women ! "-'Distinctive, N-E-W Coats, Suits and Dresses. Pashion's latest creations for discriminating women, priced most moderately. You will ap- Preclate the extensiveness of our displays. A Complete Beauty Parlor on the Mezzanine "-Our completely equipped Beauty Parlor on the Mezzanine is prepared to render all popu- lar treatments. Expert operators in attendance. THE LOEWENBERG COMPANY 205 Main Street THE GUARDIAN Page Fifteen -- _ JJl out. His father listened attentively, interrupting rarely; and when the boy ceased speaking, ending with a half- stifled sob and the words: "Well, that's how it is, Dad, I can't have the pup--now." All the father could say was: "Good boy, Tony lad! I'm proud of you!" And strong, grown man though he was, Mr. Loring's own eyes were a bit moist at the brave boyish sacri- fice. "Do you know, Mary," he said later, to his wife, when Anthony had gone ,to bed, his usual sunny self, "do you know, that lad of ours has set me thinking, made me feel ashamed of myself, the brave, cheerful way he took the check I gave him and put it a#vay for those Chinamen of his! And he, eating his very heart out for a pup, too! And, Mary, see this," pro- ducing a substantial check from his inner pocket, "this check is going to be sent away in your name and mine! You and I can't let a mere boy be the only one in the family to do his bit, can we?" Some time later the Sister Superfor of St. Mary's announced that the hon- or of earning, really and truly earn- ing, the money for the most Chinese babies belonged to the class of Grade 4, Sister Teresa Marie, teacher. And of all the eager, excited, happy chil- dren who rejoiced at the announce- ment, none was so shining-eyed and happy as Anthony Lorhg.(S. H. Messenger. BORN AS TERENCE O'BRIEN John K. Stewart, millionaire head of the Sl:ewart-Turner Speedometer " corporation: was born forty-seven years ago in a little hanflet in the hills of Vermont, under the name Terence O'Brlen. it was revealed in surrogate's court, New York, at a hearing on a suit, brought by his daughter charg- ing the administrators with misman- aging the $7,000,000 estate. O'Brien went west to seek his for- tune at an early age. He obtained a job clipping horses, and entered into a sort of agreement with two other] lads, Arthur and Michael Conlon, that I they should all share in whatever for- tune any of them should win. Terence was an ingenious youth and when the horse clipping began to grow tiresome he invented a flexible shaft for his clippers to make it easier. The horse clipper made money for him and the principle of the flexible shaft, which he applied to other inventions, tarted him on the road to wealth. It was about this time that he changed his name, and when tm put his flexible shaft into a speedometer and organized a company to manufac- ture and handle it his fortune was made. When Stewart died the two part- ners of his youthful days, one of whom had changed his name to Mi- chael Clark, appeared to claim their share under the old imrtnership agree- ment. Their claim was considered valid enough to entitle Arthur F. Conlon to $85,000, under an order of the surro- gate's court of Suffolk county, New York, and Michael Clark $250,000 un- der order of a Chicago court. Supreme Justice Selah B. Strong, who was surrogate of Suffolk county at the time Conlon and Clark made their claim, verified the story of Stew- art's business romance. MY ALTAR Home is my altar and I lay My lmart upon it every day. Itow strange to tirol my work is joy And happiness! As I employ My busy hands on patch or seam, I know the heaven of my dream. While dusting sills and scouring boards, I, like the miser with his hoards, Count up results, as one by one, I see the tasks allotted, done. Home is my altar and I lay My heart upon it every day. PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Step Around, the Corner and Save $10 on a Suit We Have ThemOur Own Make--With Two Pair Pants $30.00, $33.00 and $35.00 We Save You 25 Per Cent on Furnishing Goods--That's RING & COMPANY "Out of High Rent District" 109 W. Markham, Near Main [] [] Compliments of RETAIL GROCERS ICE COMPANY Iittle Rock, Ark. , i C. E. SMITH GleN COMPANY Phone 294 Use ORRIS FLOUR the Best Third and Sherman Streets HIMSTEDT & SON PLUMBING AND HEATING 208 Louisiana Street Phone 8340 Little' Rock, Ark. SOMETItING SHERblAN REALI, Y SAID ABOUT WA1 "I confess without shame that _ am sick of war. Its glory is all moon shine. Even success, the most bril liant, is over dead and mangled bodies the anguish and lamentation of dis rant fanfilies appealing to me fo mi,sing sons, husbands and fathers. I, is only those who have not heard a shot, nor the shrieks and groans o t the wounded, friend or foe, who cry aloud for more blood, ,here vengeance, more desolation."--Gen. William T Sherman (1865). It ARNOLD BARBER SUPPLY COMPANY 513 Center St. Little Rock, Ark. m- i i l m m la I[ JOE PIAZZA SHOE MANUFACTURER REPAIRING A SPECIALTY We Use the Goodyear Welt System Phone 5503 1002 Main St. Little Rock, Arkansas CAPITAL CiTY CASKET COMPANY The Four "C" I,ine M'mufaciurers and Jobbers of UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES Cloth Caskets, Robes, Linings, Embalmers' Snl, lflies and Sundries Bronze and Steel Caskels, Sh,el Vaults and Ilardware 604-606 East Markham Street Phone 4-02,42 Little Rock, Arkansas m m [] THE HOFFMAN HOTEL OPPOSITI! UNION I)EPOT FRANK H. HOFFMAN, Prop. and Mgr. Cafe in Connection--European Plan Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water in Every Room Phone Main 5687 lhmms $1.00, $1.50 ,anti Up l,ittle Rock, Ark. LITTLE ROCK FISH & OYSTER CO. G. C. WHITbIORE, Manager WIIOLESALE I}IAIERS IN OYSTERS FRESH, FROZEN AND SALT FISH Fool of Rock Street Foot of Rock Street Little Rock, Arkansas DAVIS-PRIEUR PRODUCE CO. Jobbers Produce, Fruits and Vegetables 408 East Markham Street Little Rock, Ark. Exclusive Agents Lipton's Yellow Label Coffee , i , With the Best of Good Wishes to All Democrat Printing and Lithographing Company Compliments SMITH AUTO LIVERY COMPANY Little Rock, Ark. Compliments LITTLE ROCK CAFE 513 Louisiana Street Good Eats i m A. METRAILER GEORGE HART, JR. A. METRAILER & COMPANY Shoes Made to Order and Repaired LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Phone 4-0716 110 E. Fourth St. i q Compliments of ARKANSAS BRICK& TILE COMPANY Face Brick, Fire Brick, Common Brick General Office: 111 Center St. Little Rock, Ark. m , i , L LI I II ARKANSAS UPHOLSTERING & CABINET COMPANY We manufacture anything in the Cabinet line, repair and upholster all kinds of furniture, also carry a full line of Pictures, Picture Frames and Artists' Materials 820-322 Center Street Little Rock, Ark. m B r''