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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1923 "i)., b Ill L R r p I [ t TO UNITED STATES Rome, Iieb. 17.Archbishop Fuma- :oni-Biondi,the newly-appointedApos- tolic Delegate to the United States, SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK rilE will Jail for America today aboard EDISCATION AND TRA[NING OF WORTtIY ECCLESI- the Taormina. The delegate was re- SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HERMAN DURST, DRUGGIST 924 E. Ninth St. Phone 21300 CATHEI)RAL NOTES Sunday Masses Low Masses at 7-9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Veekday Massena Daily Masses at 6-8 a. m. Evening Devotions During Lent the evening devotions will be tfeld on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7:45 p. m. The services on Sunday evenings will consist of the recitation of the, Rosary, a sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. On Friday evenings there will be Stations of the Cross followed by Benediction. Confession s Conessions are heard on Saturday from 4-6 and 7-9:30 p. m, Confessions are also heard on the Thursday preceding the First Friday at the same hours, and on Sunday morning before the low Masses. Cathedral School Welfare Assoc. The regular monthly meeting of the Cathedral School Welfare Association was held in Cathedral Hall on Thurs- day, February 8th, at 3:15 p. m., with the President, Mrs. Gaines, in the ctmir. A large number of members of the Association were present at the meeting, and much enthusiasm was shown in the various projects which the Association is fostering. It was voted to purchase additional ap- paratus for the playgrounds of the school and to begin the formation of a reference library for the use of both the Sisters and the pupils. The membership campaign which has been conducted for the past two weeks by the society is to be con- tinued, and reports from the Treas- urer, ,rs. John Healey, indicated that more than two hundred and fifty members have become affiliated with the Association since its inception two months ago. Various projects for tlm. carrying on of the work were discussed and several committees were appoinLed by the President. It was voted that in the future the meetings of the Association be held on the second Thursday of each month in Cathedral Hall*at 3:15 p. m. The prize awarded to the room for the largest attendance of mothers present was given to the pupils of the fourth and fifth grades, The next meeting of the Associa- tion will be held in Cathedral Hall on Thursday, March 8th. Cathedral Juniors 'The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Cathedral Juniors was held in Cathedral Hall on Sunday, February llth, at 2:30 p. m., with President Geo,ge Wiggins presiding. Reports from the entertainment held last month were made by William Letzig and Daniel Broderick, and a goodly sum was added to the treasury as a result of the effort of the Juniors. It was voted to produce a play after Lent, and the following committee was appointed to confer with regard to the selection of a drama suitable for the society; James 'Hornibrook, William Letzig, James Brady and James Burrows. The next meeting of the Jufliors will be held in Cathedral Hall on Sun- day, February 25th, at 2:30 p. m. Roy. P. H. Boyle, of Texarkana, is a visitor in the city for a few days. Roy. Jas. P. Gaffney of St. John's Seminary, preached the Lenten ser- non at the Cathedral on Wednesday ,,- aight" NOTICE: ,The mailinig address of The Gtlardian office is now 307 West Second Street. Rt' Rev. Monsignor Tobin, D. D., will occupy his former pulpit at the Cathedral, preaching the Lenten ser- mon on next Sunday night, Feb. 25. Pulaski Heights Circle A will con- duct a food sale at Hillcrest Grocery, Prospect and Beech Sts., Saturday, February 24th, beginning at 9 o'clock. Pulaski Heights Circle A will meet at the home of Mrs. F. H. Severson, 224 Ash St., Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 27.: i Mrs. J. T. H0rnibrook, 1013 West Third street, is reported .as resting comfortably at St. Vincent's Infirm- ary, where she has been seriously ill for the past few days. Mrs. Anna Welch left last Wednes- day night for Omaha, Nebraska, where she was called by the serious illness of her brother, Dennis Culien. Valentine Party A few members of the eighth grade of St, Andrews school were enter- rained at a valentine party given at the h0meof James Shallows, 4017 West Tenth street, on Tuesday nigl!t, Feb. 13. Those present were: Edith Reville, Helen O'Brien, Mae Besiegel, Winifred Clawson, Hedwig Schwarz, Bernadine Shallow, Lorie Lewis, Wil- fred Schwarz, Dan Dearasaugh O'Neal, Wrancis Brady, James Shal- low, William Schafer, Eugene and Fred Booey. Prizes were won by Helen O'Brien. The evening was enjoyed by games and dancing. Re- freshments were served. The Senior and Expression pupils cf Merest St. Mary's have organized a dramatic club which will be known a he St. Mary's Dramatic Club. Provi- sions have been made by which others may become membel, s. The club will mee. every Wednesday and dramatic plays will be given from time to time. The great masters of drama will alsb be studied. The following officers were elected: Miss Marie Helm, president; Miss Helen Bolyn, secre- tary, and Miss Frances Robbins, treasurer. The program committee consists of Miss Lisbeh Ring, chair- man, Mis, Mary Jones and Mis, Christina Fields. Browning's G'.ad Smile I)r. H. W Browning, our popular ;urgemb goes the Father of Our CounLry one day belier in the way of a birthday celebrat:on. Infant Brown- ing's birth at St. Vincent's near mid- night on Tuesday kept the doctor celebrating all day Wednesday, and to hear him talk George Washingtot had nothing on the ten and a quarter pound Browning boy of Little Rock. The mother is reported as doing very well, while the father only needs a cm of ether to ge his facial mark- in'2: back to normal. Cathedr,al Catholic Club The regular business meeting of the Cathedral Catholic Club will be held February 26th, in Cathedral Hall, Sixth ald I,ouisiana. Several- matters of importance will be discussed and all members are urged to he present. Through the courtesy of Mr. Dice. of the Dice Electric Company, tha following concert was broadcasted Monday night, lCebruary 19th, 1923, over station W. A. C. V. The Dice Electric (k)mpany of Little Rock, Ar- kansas. "On the air" in this splendid con- eert were the following numbers: Piano Solo, Miss Ruth Ellen Zei,., ler, Octave Intermezzo hy Teschitzky. Reading, Mrs. E. E. Anson, "Greet- ings from Arkansas." Reading, Miss Margaret H. Him- stedt, "Turn of the Tune." Vocal SolS, Miss Virginia Rogoski, accompanied by Miss Odie Reaves on Piano, "Farewell," "The Nightingale has a Lyre of Gold." Tenor Solo, "Somewhere a Voice is l Calling," Miss Zeisler at piano. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Carl Guenter, ac- companied at the pimm by Misg Ruth Ellen Zeisler, "A Little Love, A Lit- tle Kiss," "I Love a Little Cottage." Piano Solo, Ruth Ellen *'Zeisler, "Nocturne/' by Chopin. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Routt, accom- panied at the piano by Mrs. Frank Fuller, "G s yp y Trail," "Shubert' Serenade." Vocal Solo, Mr. George Mather, "Little Crumbs of Happiness," "Moth- er McCrea," accompanied at the'piano by Mrs. Frank Fuller. Piano Solo, Ruth Ellen Zeisler, "On Wings of Song," Mendelssohn. Vocal Solo, Mrs. Frank Fuller, ac- companied at the piano by Miss Odie Reeves, "Day Break," "If You but Whisper." Extra Number, piano selections, Little Miss Virginia Guenter (8 years old) "Fairy Footsteps," "WhiSpering WindsY Vocal Selection, George Mather, Miss Ruth Ellen Zeisler at the piano, "Why Should I Cry Over You." Reading, Mrs. E. E. Arnson, "Oh! Why Should the spirit of mortal be proud. - Several messages were received from radio fans throughout the coun- try who "picked up" and enjoyed this program. ANNIVERSARY MASS OF REQUIEM FOR LATE BISHOP FITZGERALD Rt. Rev. Bishop Morris offered a Pontifical Mass of Requiem at the Cathedral on Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock for the repose of the soul of his predecessor, the late Bishop Fitzgerald, who died on Feb. 21, 1907. Large Congregation An unusaully large congregation was present to offer their prayers for the heavenly peace of him who was the shepherd of the diocese of Little Rock for forty-one years. . Officers of Mass Assisting the Bishop at the throne and altar were: Roy. H, H, Wernke, rch-pr:es; Rev. John F. Fisher, de con; Rev. S'. J. Peoples, subdeacon; ASTICAL SIUDEN'IS IN JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. A Burse Is a Sum of Money invested and Drawing Enough Inter- eat Ahvays to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for Oe Seminarian. Any Full Burse ar Share in An Incomplete nurse May Be Do- n, steal in Memory of the Deceased. New Burses or Donations Toward An [no'wplete nurse WiU Be Gratefully Received nd Recorded. \\; ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ............... -.-$,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Reck ................ 2: 5,000.00 ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ........................... 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND.CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ...... 5,000.00 JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock ........ : ................ 5,000.00 INCOMP LETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ........................................ $500.00 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ................................... "-.$900.00 INCOMPLETE BU RSES Bishp Byrne Burse The Burse to be kmw as the Bishop Byrue, a memorial hon- or to the fir,t IIishop ,,f the Diocese of Little Rock, already kas a credit deposit of $1220. This burse calls for no stated anount of do'n,tion, and its prescott rum total is the result of large and small donations by those interested in perpetuating the .ntme of Bishop Byrne in con.tection ,with the ?)ricsthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work. and of his life. The Bishop By,me nurse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dime or more, will be acceptable a,}Ld receive due credit on the Seminary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Previousl y acknowlelged ..... $560.00 Donation .................... 500.00 Donation ....................... 200.00 Club Gift ..................... 10.00 Rev. Friend ................ 5.00 J. J. M ......................... 2.00 M. E. D ...................... 1.00 Martha B .................... 1.00 J. S., Jr. .......................... 50 Edw. and John ................. 50 MORMON SENATOR TRIBUTE TO CHURCH IN ceived in private audience by Pope Plus this week. "My blessings accompany you to America, which is so dear to my t heart," said His Holiness, in speeding the delegate on his way. Archbishop Biondi's departure was more stable than many originally set for last month but was i ments of Europe, postponed, due to the illness of hi "Permit me to father, who has since died. to some of the , respect to conditions LEGACY FOR TRAINING ]in the Philippine MEDIUMS SET ASIDE lation is probably BY ENGLIStt JUDGE imore than 10,000,000 than nine-tenths of (By N. C.W.C. News Service) " are Christians I,ondon, Ii eb. 9.--Declaring that a I to the Roman legacy of $15,000 wag not a validl I say in passing that charitable bequest, Lord Justice Rus- I influence of the ,roll, the only Catholic judge of tho i people has tIigh Court, has gone a long way in ress made by the preventing the establishment of a col- part, responsible for lege "or the training of spiritualist ditions there existing," mediums. The sum in question was provided in the will of a denationalized Ger- SECOND man, one Adolf Hummeltenberg, who MASS FOI BP, devised $15,000 to the London Spirit- ualistic Alliance to found a college (By N. C. W. C. for training mediums. After a long Cleveland, Feb. hearing before the Court of Chancery, quiem Mass  was in which evidence from such spiritu- John's Cathedral, this alis:ts as Conan Doyle was brought in ] ary 15, the second in support of the will, Lord Justice death of Bishop P. Russell delivered his judgment l bisho p of Cleveland, against the bequest. He held it was died in Knoxville, not a charitable gift, nor was it op- 12, 1921, after a brief erative for the public benefit. Rather monia. Bishop it tended to set up in perpetuity a celebrant of kind of trust for the promotion of which was fantastic objects. I within and without the (By N. C. W. C. Washington, Feb. the question of Philippine Islands in the Senate on Appropriation Bill, Utah, took occasion to ] fluence for good olic Church in the claring that the nounced its intention t pine independence as government has been expressing the ernment of the Total .................... $1220.00 St. John's Alumni Burse Previously acknowledged ...................................................... $900.00 This I,arse is a foundation by the priests who have been or- dained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a recognition, of the present-day su, ccess of the facul- ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for further ifformatmn regarding any or all nmtters pertaining to the faundation d Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. tI. Aretz, S, T. D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Arkams. deacon of the Mass, Rev. Dr. Thos. ' Keany; subdeacon, Rev. Jas. P. Gaff- I hey. t The ceremonies were directed by Very Rev. Dr. Aretz, assisted by Rev. Mr. Taulty. . Assisting in Sanctuary Seated in the sanctuary were: Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tobin and Rev. Fa- thers P.H. Boyle, G.H. Keller, Thomas J. Martin, Jas. P. Moran, Gee. H. McDernkott , Louis Glinski and Maurus Rohner, O. S. B., Cyril Cor- bels, O. C. D. The minor offices of the Mass were held by the students of St. John's Seminary. The Gregmrmn chant and responses were rendered by the semi- nary choir, directed by Rev. Father Raymohd Gomez, O. C. D. Several Sisters represented the dif- ferent religious institutions of the city. GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH Lenten Devotions The Lenten devotions are well at- tended, and the congresmtion have entered the Holy Season of Lent by being present at the various devo- tions. We also notice a large attend- ance at Holy Mass in the mornings. Holy Mass on week days during Lent at 8 o'clock, during which the school children recite the Rosary and Litany in common. Holy Communion is distributed at 7 o'clock to those who are not able to'remain for the 8 o'clock Mass. Wednesday night at 7:45 Rosary, Lenten sermon and Benediction. Friday night, at 7:45 The Way Of he Cross, followed by Benediction of ;he Blessed Sacrament. Sunday nights special Lenten devo- ';ions and Benediction at 7:45. First Communion Cass -Instructions for the First Commu- flon class is in progress, and thirty- ,ight children are preparing for their Pirst Holy Communion. Sunday Masses: Low Mas at 7:30. Iigh Mass 10:30. Confessions-- to 6; 7 to 8:30. WARRING FACTIONS ARE STILL ACTIVE OVER IN IREIAND Dublin, Feb. 19.--Lenten devotions in Ireland are attracting great throngs to all churches, in response to the pleas of the Irish bishops for a campaign o prayer to win peace and conciliation for the country. Bishops' Efforts Unavailing Efforts of individual bhops, who recently acted as intermediaries to es- tablish unity between warring fac- tfons, have been without success, al- though several influential clerics have declared themselves for the better. However, there is no present sign of important concession on either side. Neutral Sinn Feiners' Appeal . Public expectancy was somewhat stirred by the appeal of neutral Sinn Feiners, who suggested that the Re- publicans cease their active campaign, and that Free Staters discontinue ar- rests, trials and executions. Replies have been requested by next Friday, February 23. The neutral Sinn Fein- ers who sent out the appeal declare that they represent twenty thousand members, and that they bespeak the average Irish opinion, which is thai both sides want peace, but that con- tinuance of strife prevents peace ac- tion. Peace, they say, can be brought about only by negotiation; and, there- fore, negotiations should not be de- layedY Meanwhile, night explosions and attacks in Dublin have increased Considerable material damage ha" been done but there have been few casualties. FEDERAL .AID URGED IN CALIFORNIA SENATF Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 19.--A re- solution endorsing the Sterling-Town er bill for the creation of a federa  Department of Education and provid ing federal aid to the states in edu. cational matters, has been introduced in the California Senate. m GOOD BA for all the 201 W. Second St. FAM A Let us be the GUARDIAN of your money Checliing Accounts for Father and Mother, Checking Accounts for the Young Folks, SavingAecounts for Children. 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