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PAGE TWO _ - = ' . sOCIAL AND PERSONAL I OBITUARY i Elizabeth Blissenbaeh Miss Elizabeth Blissenbach, age 13, died Thursday, Februalw 19, well fortified with the rites of Holy Mother the Clmrch. Funeral ser- vices were held from St. Paul's Church, Pocahontas, Saturday morn- ins, the pastor, Rev. Joseph Froitz- helm, officiating. Elizabeth Bliss- ' enbach is survived by her parents, Mr. Peter and Mrs. Barbara Blissen- bach also one brother. During her illness of seven weeks at St. Bern- tests the theme was featured. The ard's Hospital .she was attended by luncheon was served on bamboo trays Very Rev. J. A. McQuakl. The school each bearing a vase of Violets tied children offered four beautiful .:i'" "with a maline bow and these were cut wreaths of flowers as a token of re- for as table favors lendpg further to spect to their former class mate. the V[lentine motif. The prize was Burial was in St. Paul's cemetery, won by Mrs; Eva Prendergast and Pocahontas. was a box Of Madiera handkerchiefs. Miss Lena Meier, aunt of the de- For the honor guest there was a ceased child, went to Pocahontas for hand-painted vinaigrette, the funeral. 5,000,000 LIRE IN Cards Issued Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fox Ryland, of CIILI)REN'S I{ELIEF FUND Pine Bluff, have issued cards an- (C. P. A.) nouncing the marriage of their sister, Rome, Feb.22. --2'he Chihtren's Re- " Miss Frances Royston to Mr. Shep Algernon Galligher, Thursday Feb. lief Fund being raised by the Holy Father is rapidly approaching the five 12, at St. Joseph's church, Pine Bluff, million lire mark, it being swelled by Roy. P. J. Higgins officiating, the arrival of each American mail The bride is the youngest daughter with diocesan collections, in addition of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee Royston to the latest contributions from the and is a niece of Mrs. Thomas Laf- British Isles. The Pope is in corn- forty of this city, she formerly resid- ed here. She ws educated at the Sacred Heart Academy, St. Joseph's Missouri and is a young lady of many personal charms and attrac- danger of the less deserving gaining lions. Mr. and Mrs. Galligher will at expense of greater sufferers. His eside in Pine Bluff. Holiness has received a touching let- Mrs. L. B. Goetschins is spending several weeks at the Hotel Com, Hot Springs.., Miss Dora Donahue, who is .the gues: of friends in "Waco, Tex., is the inspiration of a number of social af- fairs. Among the many favors thrust upon Miss Donahue, the Waco Tri- bune prints the following: Mrs. Robert Montgomery enter- rained with a pretty Valentine bridge party on Wednesday in honor of Miss Dora Donahue of Little Rock, Arkan- sas, who is the guest of Mrs. J. M. King. Valentines were used as score cards and in various other clever con- THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. @ Church Calendar " - - - oo NEAT WEEK Sumlay, February 29., Second Sunday of Lent ...... ST. ROMANUS. ABBOT "Monday, .March 1 ............................... ST, ALI3INUS, MAItTYR Tuesday, March 2 ............. ST. SIMPLIC1US, POPE and CONFESSOI Wednesday, March 3 ............. ST. CUNEGUNDES, EMPEROR, VIRGIN Thursday, March 4 ............................. ST. CAS1MIR, CONFESSOR Friday, March 5 ............................... ST. FREDERIC, I(, CONFESSOR Saturday, March 6 ......... S. S. PERPETUA and FELICITAS, MARTYRS t -T]m---Ch-urt of the South I CIT }|UI{CH 'rex.s I}II{ECT010000! Harper Hours of Devodon Instead of celebrating his First St. Andrew's C'athedral, corner Solemn ttigh Mass at 1 reder,cksburg Seventh and Louisiana streets--Sun- where the churches were closed of days: Masses at 7, 9 and 11 (high); the Spanish influenza, the Rev. Wal- evening services at 7:45; First Fri- ter J. Fritz, O. M. I., celebrated it atlday evening serwces at 7:45, Rt. Rev. Harper, from which place FatherlMon. Thos. V. Tobin, Recto; Roy. H. Fritz went when he first entered the IH. Wernke, Assistant. Residence 617 Seminary. The Roy. R. Heinzman Louisiana street. Phone 3799 Main. preached an appropriate sermon. ......... St. Edward's Church, corner Ninth La Porte land Sherman streets  Sundays: The priests of the Diocese of Ga]-IMasses at 7, 8:30, 10:30 (high); even- veston ,at a recent meeting, over ling services 7:30; I, riday evening .ser- which the Rt. Roy. C. E. Byrne, D. D.,]vices at 7:30. Rex,. Maurus Rohner preskled, dccided to buikt a new ec-[O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Rev. Plus cleMastical seminary at La I'orte. Zroysmg, O. S.B.. Residence 813 The Very Rev. J. M. Kivin, V. G., Sherman. Phvne M. 5089. has secured pledges amounting to $75,000 from laymen of Galveston, Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Beaumont and Houston. The priests, Ninth and Marshall--Sundays: Mass. headed by the venerable Father Len- es at 8 and 10 (high). Rev. P. H. nartz' two thousand dollar pledge, Boyle, pastor. Residence 1615 W. have subscribed $27,000. Ninth. Phone 4411. San Antonio St. Bartholomew's Church (co]od) munication with Swiss headquarters, Mother Mary Paul, an Ursuline Sixteenth and'Marshall streets--Sun- and Is giving the question of the dis- Sister of this city, l)assed to her re- clays: Masses, 7:30 and 1.0:30 (high); evening services at 5:30. Rev. J. J. tribution of the Fund the most care- ward recently. Motiicr M. Paul was Steinhauer,S" V. D., Pastor. Rest- ful study, in order to prevent the a native of trance. She had been a donce 1.615 West Sixteenth street. professed religious at the Ursuline Ph'one M. 2994. Community at Laredo for twenty- nine years ,and came to San Antonio The smaller checking accounts are given the most careful detail attention at this  1 bank, where good service is the rule. :!! i The checking accounts of small businesses: Solicited. ll Union and Mercantile , Trust Company Second and Louisiana Streets. with different wave-lengths and vary- mg spacing, no knowing which nngJt c ary best to this phmet? Or may we perhaps be. picking" up, without being able to translate them, fragments of Martian messages not intended for us?) "I'robably due to sun disturbances " said John Hays Hmmnond, the eleclai- clan. Nothing draws down upon us the wrath and curse ow God so much as the malicious pleasure with which we nmgnify the faults of our brethren. Massillon. WHITE PATRONAGE WAN FED By St. I3artholomew's Men's Sodality The Holy Name Sodality of St. Bartholomew's Church wishes to ask the white Catholics of the city of Lit- ORDER YOUR ()'I(DOS The ap.proved Ordo for 1920 will be distributed ths year from THE BOOKERY. The clergy are request- ed to send their orders for same im- mediately. THE BOOKERY, 309 W. Seconld St. WARNING ORDER tle Rock kindly to patronize the trades In the Pulaski Chancery Court. of the colored Catholics of this city State of Arkansas, as there are: Barbers--Edward Wallace, Lee & County of Pulaski, ss. Cole-Drew Miss Katherine Cole, of this city, and Dan Drew of Jamestown, New York, were married Thursday, Febru- ary 12 at Tampa, Fla., the ceremony being performed by Rev. Father Grace of Tamp# The bride is well known in this city, where she was born amt reared. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cole, Jr., of Tampa, Fla:, formerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Drew will reside in Tampa, Where the groom is manager of two large moving picture houses. Cecilian Chtb Dance The last dance given by the Cecil- ion Club was th5 most attractively arranged and most enjoyable of any given by this popular club and the attendance was unusually large. The interior Of the rooms were artistically done in the valentine col- ors, hearts and red and white stream- ter of thanks from the children ofthe Silesian Orphanages at Vienna for aid rendered them. POPE CONGRATULATES DESCHANEL in 1916. Enid, OMa. The silver jubilee of the ordination to the priesthood of the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Gustave Depreitere, V. G., St. Patrick's Church, North Litth Rock, Seventh and Cypress streets-- Sundays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening services at 7:30. Roy. A. Demurrer, Pastor. Residence 706 )Vve street. Phone M. 4102. St. Mary's Church, North Little (C. P.A.) was observed at Enid with great re- Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets-- The Holy lather telegraphed his I I,iious solemnity and appreciate so- undays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); congratulations an.d special goodlcial "festivity. Father Depreire has evemng service at 7:30. Rcv. Peter wishes to Mons. Deschannel on his as-(been rector of St. Francis Xavier artodzi.cj, Pastor. Residence Six- Church for twenty years. Five toenth and Moss streets. Phone M. sumlng the presidency of the French/Bishops ' three Monsiv:neri and al,out 6686. Republic, and received a sympathe- fifty priests wolfe in the procession ...................................................... tically couched reply from the presi- from the rectory to the Church. "An dent. French Catholic circles hero alfle and eloquent tribute to the the coruer stone of the new presby- augur from this and other simms that priesthood as oxemplffied in the ac- tory. .the prospects are good :for the im- tire labors and apostolic life of the minent restoration of diplomatic re-j lations. [ juMlarian" was ptdd by the Rt. Rev. The Osservatore Romano sympto-I ernelius Van de Ven. D. D.. Bishop maritally reproduces from Libre Par-[of Alexandria, in his public sermon. ole ,this morning an outspoken article l In tim evening a civic reception wa.q from the pen of the noted French ]held in honor of the jubilarian, dur- ing which Mayor Garber spoke. The Catholic democrat Marc Sangnier, tin-[Knight s of Columbus presented the preasing on his government the ira- Monsignor Depreitcre a check for Monroe Barber Shop, 208 West Second street. General ContrWctor Walter E. Parker, office 317 W. 2nd; Phone M. 2903; residence 1.874 Cross. phone M. 8781. All kinds of building and re- pairs. General Builder--Joseph Foster, phone Main 3905. Pressing and Cleaning--G. Riley at Tailorimz, Cloturing and Pressing Club, 723 W. 16th; phone Main 5007. Express--Jos. Ward, 1619 W. 17th, l,hone Main 31.09 and 5663. Junker--W. May, 1414 Wright ave. Phone Main 5134. ers adding brilliancy to The fireplace was banked with palms of France in this respect. and ferns. Cards-were drawn by the t INTEREST IN PRESS CONVEN- guests and the partners drawing the] okers were awarded the prizes. Miss TION Anna Heagney and Mr. Rinke were (C. P. A.) the lucky winners, each being pro- The Catholic papers, containing ac- sented with a box of candy. Punch counts of the deliberations of the was served during the evening. About con- 3 0 'u s -  ference between Rt. Rev. Wflham q: 0 __est, were present. ,, o ..... i I th ,,;,,, ""'^" "---uau h:bitrtlaer? ' ussen' Unan'man f the DepartmentMss.ter 'i . ,  . l of Cattmlic Press and Literature, rep- A prett;vA;:id'gt::k;lace at St [resenting the National Catholic WeN " "'lfare CounCil, n,t the Catholic Press oP:tia;h;inN';rt l:[Association of the United States and [Canada at the convention of the lat- JuiietY/2n:L ,,:::,=2, be,,tg organization for the future (level- Mrs F Ma- :' ._gnr oi lvlr. ann lopmen t f press work in all its and "James 'ERb:St z oLgle street[ branches was read Kere with exceed- Rock ] : .... "ng great interest. No surprise was The ceremony being performed by felt, however, because it was evident, Row Father DeMurger, in the pro. ever since Msgr. CeTetti's visit to the Shoem'kerSam Robinson, 901. E. Baton Itougc Second street. The drive for '$50.000 to repair and Shirtmaker--Mrs. Grace ])avis, 2619 renovate the chm:ch netted $55,000. Main stet, phone 4893. Very Rev. Canon F. Racine, pastor of Plain Sewing--Mrs. Cec. Riley, 2601 St. Joseph's Church ,inaugurated the Main street, phone Main 7163. Mrs. drive. The contract has,been let. A.P. Crockett, 1402 W. ]7th steret, G.F.X.S. phone Main 4800. Dressmaking--Mrs. Bertha Itartzon, sence of a large assembly of friends. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. A number of out of town guests were present, among them. being Mr .and Mrs. Charles V. Douglas of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. E. E, DeRosier, of Stutt- gart and George and Joe Gaske, of :Pine Bluff. After a brief honey- "moon in Pine Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. :Robe.ts will be at home at 1212 High street, Little Rock. CATHEDRAL NOTES / ....... Mass 7, 9 and 11 a. m. Lenten Devotions Sunday, Wednes- day and Fday at 7:45. The First Friday Devotions new week, will be held in ennection with "The Way of the Cross." SYMPATHY FOR POLAND (c. P. A.) / Pope Benedict has sent the kindli- , est and most sympathetic letrs to Paderewski and Piludski; expressing his ardent opes for the religious and social welfare of Poland'.l SIGNOR GASPARRI DIES (C, P. A.) Sin ,the ..... died Wednesday. the ene. )ortance of prompt action on the part $2,600. The children of the parish presented to him a purple cassock. Monsignor Depreitere will soon leave for a visit to his mother country. New Orleans, La. The Rev. Jolm A. Clark, S. S. J., pastor of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, and one of the chief pro- United States, that the bishops and the Catholics of America wouid take this, as they do other branches of activity, with the utmost seriousness; but I have heard the most sincere ap- preciation expressed of the big way, in which the work in being under- taken, as. shown by the really high 9one of the speeches of all, who have set themselves to this task; and de- velopments are awaited with the at- most interest here. LENTEN PREACHERS IN AUDIENCE (C. P. A.) At the customary audience*'to par- t ish priests of Rome and the Lenten preachers, given Monday, the Pope quoted the second epistle of St. Paul to Timothy (iv-5) "Do the word of an evangelist, fulfil thy ministry," emphasizing that the preachers are carrying on the work of the Apostles in transmitting Christ's message. He requestev them to refer, in at least one sermon, to the work of mission-' aries, who are also evangelists, and to urge charity on the part of the faithful on behalf of the missions. Once again, he urged his listeners to preach he word of God alone, to in- dulge in nothing of a personal, world- ly or political nature. The English - speaking Lenten preacher at San Silvestro Basilica this year ii Msgr. Canon Howlett, of West- minster Cathedral. ARE I'LANETS SFNI)ING WI ELESS TO EARFII? Mr. Marconi Suspects It, Astronor,er Thinks It Possible: American l,A:e- tricians I)isbelieve It. motors of the work of Xavier Univer- sity, died last week, from a severe cokl which developed into double pneumonia, father Clark came to New Orleans four years ago when the old Southern University was purchas- ed by Mother Katherine Drexel and reopened under the name of Xavier University for the higimr education of the colored race. loather Clm.k was a man "of deep learning, yet humble, simple, modest, as became the true religious." Very Rev. Emil Lecourtois, O. M. I. rector of St. Louis Cathedral, has been appointed Provincial of the Ob- lates of Mary Immaculate for the Southwestern Province of the United States The new Convent of the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration was dedicated last Sunday by His Grace, tlm Most Rev. J. W. Shaw, D. D., Archbishop- of New Orleans.. Mother Mary Meehtilde Allen, of the Sisters of Mr. 'Carmel, died dur- ing the first week Of this month. She was a member of an old and honor- ed Louisiana family, She entered the convent in 1892. Two sisters, one a member of the Order, survive her. Rev. Father Prats is using the St. Paul Chapel Car, which has been iv- en over by the Catholic Church Ex- tension Society, for divine services while the church for the newly erect- ed St. Leo The Great Parish is being built. It was imposs!ble to secure any other building. Lafayette A drive for $50,000 for the erection of an up to date school has been started. The Chritsian Brothers will be placed in charge of this school. Would it be possible for !ntelligvut beings on Mars or Venus--supposi:llr such beings are there--to send wire- less signals to the earth? The ties- tion has been raised anew by ]ta. 'Marconi's repeated announcement Lhat his wireless instruments pick up sia'- mils--or what appear to be signals-- tlmt he cannot explain on any other supposition. Mr. Morconi had this to say of the "signals": lhey are sounds. Ihey may , signals. We do not knew. They re not what operators call atmospimric, arm we have nothing to guide u.s a present as to how they are caused. "We do not get them unless wc et tip a special wave length, very much greater than the wave length or(:,- narily used. "Sometimes there may be a ,m wait before we hear anything ,or we. may hear these sounds in twenty minutes or half an hour. '[hey bcc'.,r when we are using a wave length ap- proximately I00 kilometers, which is three or four times the length used for commercial purposes." 'he question has been referred to several otlw men of science, includ- ing both wireless experts and astroae- mers. Dr. Frank W. Dyson, the British Astronbmer-Royal, said there was nothing about it that seemed to hm impossible. Electricians Skeptical. Although Marconi says that the "signals" are "not what operators call atmospheric," several American elec- trical engineers consider them s,). "Atmospheric electricity resultin,% from disturbances in the sun," is the explanation attributed to G. W. Pi .k- ard, the electrical engineer, who made the apparatus by which the Govern. ment communicated with Europe du':- ins the war. "If any intelligent agency produced these signals," says Mr. Pickard, "they would have , definite spacing and also have a Bishop J. ffeanmard erected in the definite wave-length." new parish in Lawtell last Sunday the] (But might not the Martian or Stations of the Cross, He also laid I Venusian operator be experimen ins 241.1 Pulasld street, phone M. 7225. Mrs. Fanny Douglas, 2900 Center St., phone Main 5726. ManicureMrs. Centhia Carmichael ].212 W. 16th street, phone M. 8659; Mrs. M. Snear, 1801 High St., phone Main 3581. Dealer in Tohmstones, Monuments, Etc.--A. L. Richmond, 1319 Cross St. Phone Main 2254 or Main 4640. Thanking in adwmce for all kind-, hess you will show to the congregation we emain in the name of the Holy Name Sodality. For your painting, paperhan,;ing and interior decorating see Russt:'l & Coulter 13rothers. Phone Main 8,,:)0 and 8709. IRA DAVIS, President. ROY COULTER, Sec'y. REV. J.'J. STEINHAUER, Pastor. LIVE S O F THE SAINTS WITIt REFLECTIONS FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR By Rev. ALBAN BUTLER This volume offers in compendious form the lives of many eminent servants of God. There .is no better book for fostering a spirit of piety than "The Lives of the Saints" and this edition, with its low price, clear and legible type ought to bc ia cvcry Catholic fanfily. 16mo, cloth, net, $1.00 Sent postpaid on receipt of $1.10 THE BOOKERY 8309 W. SECOND ST. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS W. E. Itarrington, Plaintiff, vs. No. 25397 The Unknown IIeirs of Margaret Wells, t)eceased, Dcfendant. The defendant The Unknown tteirs of Mar'aret Wells, l)eceased, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and an;wer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. E. Ilarrington. Jmuary 30, 1[)20. W. S. Boone, Clerk. F. M. Oliver, D. 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