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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1923 AND PERSONAL DRUGGIST Phone 21300 of the Nazareth Sis- Academy, Pine Infirmary celebrated at Bald Lady Queen of at 9:30 o'clock. and Mrs. R. H. from Hot were the guests Hofman. has gone to a stay of three who has leen five weeks, is ladies will graduate I the Training School St. Vincent's Infirm- of exercises will be Week. Anthony, Pro- tethers of at Armstrong Over a few hours on from the Mother J. A. Peters, 815 entertained 100 of Thursday evening, 25th wedding anni- les assisted Mmes. Mit- Harper, Bear- musical program given by Misses Murphy, Cathe- Grace and Margaret Cross Many gifts The house with jonquils. Club meeting of the Club was held last Cathedral hall. have a food sale Lt Some down town to be announced in charge is m embers: ; Eliza- Touhey, Rose Marie Helm, abeth Kelly, Margaret Pew- club are asked this sale and Ccess. was ap- of the March chair- , Street, Zita De This meeting in Cathedral eetinlg in March coming year will following have on the nomi- Francesca Zeisler, Cecelia Mur- Lewis, Rogoski. Alumnae Feb. 22, of the exec- Mary's Alum- of the Acade- Means of ob- apPlY on the build- Mrs. Thos. Mother Fidelis decided that a Fur- kpril 7th. the auspices of the circles. Mere- anything od line, such as bread, It is the desire Lafferty, that ads of the Alum- to make this raising en- been undertak- Everyone get m order to in- sale. Post Office closes on all but the line is days It de- baby it is. the federal knew that new on last Jas. A. Ginoc- and ordered hoisted aloft able,to fix his the boys that to represent girl born to at St. Vin- night. joyful news, at least Postmaster James felt that way. Since then he lms given over his time entirely to the first class female. Mrs. Ginocchio is re- ported as happy and well. CATHEDRAL NOTES Sulay Masses Low Masses at 7-9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Weekday Masses Daily Masses at 6-8 a. m. Evening Devotions During Lent the evening devotions will be held 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. Confessions Confessions are heard on Saturday from 4-6 and 7-9 p. m. Confessions are also heard on the Thursday preceding the First Fridaj at the same hours, and on Sunday moning before the low Masses. GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH Lenten Devotions The Lenten devotions are being well attended on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday nights. On last Wednesday Father Wernke took for his Lenten talk the subject on the necessity of Prayer, and the following Wednesday night, on the Necessity of Considera- tion, that the want of consideration on the great truths of Christianity is the chief source of all our evils. The next subject will be "On the End of Our Creation." Wednesday night de- votions at 7:45, Rosary. Lenten ser- mon and Benediction. Friday night, 7:45 the Way of the Cross, Sanday nights special Lenten devotions in honor of the Sorrowful Mother, and Benediction at 7:45. Holy Mass on week days at 8 o'clock. St. JesCph's Devotion The month of March is dedicated to St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus, and every day during this month spe- cial devotions will be held after mass, and at the evening devotions. First Friday The Children of Mary will receive Holy Communion during the 8 o'clock mass on Friday. Breakfast will be served the children after mass by the members of the Altar Society. Altar Society Meets The Good Counsel Altar Society will hold their monthly meeting Fri- day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the par- ish hall. All members are urged to be present. Father Wernke will ad- dress the meeting. Good Counsel Social Society The Good Counsel Social Society meets every second Wednesday of the month. The young men and the young ladies are preparing a play, and other social events which will be given after Easter. All proceeds will tie given towards the new church. The following members are rehearsing the play, entitled "Too Many Husbands:" Messrs. Chas. Peaker, Robert Peters, Ed Blady, Gus Pauli,. Oscar and Gus Parsel, and Joe Yaeger, Misses Cathe- rine Du Val, Margaret Murphy, Mary Tschann and Mary Lee Beavers. The play is being directed by Miss Ruth Hill, and every effort is being made to present this play to the public as successful as the one presented last year in the "Borrowed Wife." ST. EDWARD'S NOTES Order of Service Holy Masses on Weekday at 6 and 8a.m. On Sundays: Communion Mass at 7:00 a. m. English services at 8:30 o'clock. High Mass and German sermon at 10:30 a. m. In the evening at 7:30 there will be English sermon, Lenten devotion and Benediction witll the Blessed Sacrament. Wednesday evening at 7:30 German sermon, Lenten devotion and Benedic- tion. Friday, the first Friday of the month, there will be High Mass in honor f the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus at 8 o'clock and devotion and Benediction at 7:30 p. m. During the month of March special devotions in honor of St. Joseph will be heh in connection with the Holy Mass at 8 o'clock: S. R. S, Next Sunday the St. Rose Society will hold their monthly meeting at the clubroom. All members are re- quested to Attend this meeting, as some urgent business will be trans- acted. Two little girls were comparing progress in catechism study . "I've got to original sin," haid one, "How far have you got?" "Me ? Oh, I'm beyond redemption," said the other. 00aint 0000ninar00 t00ursrs SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested awzI Drawing Enough InLer- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Tl'ai for One Seminarian Any Full Burse or Share in An Incomplete Btrse May Be Do- nated in Memory of the Deceased. New Burses or Donations Toward An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Reeordvd. PAGE THREE ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ................. $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ............. 5,O0O.0O ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff. 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff .... 5,000.00 JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock_ ...... S,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ....................................... $500.00 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ................ _ .... $900.00 INCOMPLETE BURSES Bishop Byrne Burse The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a-memorial hon- or to the first I?ishop of the Docese of Little Rock, already ]ms a credit deposit of $1220. This burse calls for no stated amount of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large a small donatiosts by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and receive due credit on the Seminary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Previously acknowledged _J__$500.00 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 Total ..................... $1220.00 St. John's Alumni Burse Previously acknowledged ...................................................... $900.00 This t?urse is a foundation'gy the priests who have been or- dained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people zn general as a recogn, ition of the present-day success of the facul- ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. ABOLISHES COLLECTION-- The Rev. John I Konny, imotor of. Youngstown. O. has abolished the collection during Mus, on the round that it is a distraction. He as a box ot the Ghurvh door. The receipt- have Increed. * EXPULSION OF DELEGATE WAS UNWARRANTED Archbishop Filippi Arrives at Rome and Reports on Mexican Lneident-- Grateful to Americans for Sympa- thy Shown. (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Rome, Feb. 26.Archbishop Ernes- to Filippi, Apostolic Delegate to Mexico, who was recently expelled from that country by order of the Obregon government, has arrived in Rome to assist in the examination of the circumstances surrounding Mexi- can affairs. Documents relating to the incident of His Grace's expulsion, sent by the Mexican Government au- thorities, have been received by Car- dinal Gasparri, Papal Secretary of State, and are being carefully exam- ined. Conduct Above Reproach So far as the investigation has pro- ceeded, it is understood that the opin- ion of the Secretariate of State is that the conduct of Msgr. Filippi in Mexico was above reproach, and that the action of the Government of that nation in expelling him was entirely unwarranted. Sectarian Hatred In an interview with the corres- pondent of N. C. W. C. News Service, Msgr. Filippi declared that his ex- pulsion from Mexico was occasioned entirely by motives of sectarian hat- red of the Catholic Church, that there side of the Sectarian circles hostile to Catholicism. Ite expressed his regret that events had conspired to bring about his sudden departure from Mexico, saying that he had been well received by the Catholics of that country, and that the deep-rooted Catholic faith of tim Mexican people is such as to occasion hearty admira- tion. United States Reception Referring to his journey through the United States after he had left Mexico, the Archbishop said that his reception by the hierarchy, clergy and laity in the United States had been deeply appreciated. He asked the cor- respondent of the N. C. W. C. News Service to express his gratitude to all those with whom he came in contact" while in the United States. INFORMATION AND DONATIONS WasChurch t er ,non popular hostilitYwas there anytward disthe Ruet for further inherit|on Nrdng [i, or l r,tts pling I' provalhofeany r of iisaetions out- to ths foundati.on of Buraos and the benefit8 ihaxed by eontributorB and like- I , all e onaonm should be acnt to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aret, I ..L u., a. onn's eminary, Twenty-fifth and State Stt Little Rock, Lraw . 9 ltA 1 Sunday, III of LENT, March 4.--St. Casimir, King, was the second son of Casimir III, King of Poland, and was born'in 1458. He led a life of the PLUS . . dt/t/t/t/t AAp. bymthisrigrUsbody, sacrifice and after his death ninny miracles were wrought , We have incrNd mr Capital Monday, March 5St. Adrian and Eubulus, martyrs, came to Caesares dur- tock fron $200,000 to $300,000 and : .---:--. --= in g Yeur 8vinp With le SOYrd00 COm*INY will pudum far btt mm m SALE-ARMY SHOES-SALE We have just bought a tre'mendous stock of ARMY MUNSON last shoes to be sold to the public direct. PRICE $2.75. These shoes are 100 per cent solid leather with heavy double soles sewed and nailed. The uppers are of heavy tan chrome leather with bellows tongue, thereby making them waterproof. These shoes are selling very fast and we advise you to ORDER AT ONCE to insure your order being filled The sizes are 6 to 11, all widths. Pay Postman on receipt of goods or send money order. Money refunded if shoes are not satisfactory. THEU. S. STORES CO. . 1441 Broadway, New York City ing the persecution of Diocletian in order to visit the holy confessors there. When questioned at the gates of the city as to their mission, they told the truth and were immediately brought before the magistrate. Afer suffering prolonged tortures they gained the crown of martyrdom. Tuesday, March 6---St. Colette, virgin, was a member of the Third Order of St. Francis and was instructed by that Saint in a vision to undertake the reform of the order. Wednesday, March 7-- St. Thomas Aquinas, was born of noble parents at Aquino, A. D. 1226. Known as the Angelic Doctor, he was one of the greatest Christian teachers of all time. His writings are still looked upon as a treasure house of sacred doctrine. Ite was particularly noted for his devotion to the Blessed Sacrament. Thursday, March 8--St. John of God, after a wild youth resolved at the age of forty to devote his life to the ransom of Christian slaves in Africa. He died in 1550 from an illness incurred in an attempt to rescue a drown- ing boy. Friday, Mardt 9.St. Frances of Rome, at the age of twelve was married to Lorenzo Ponziano, a Roman noble, notwithstanding her own desire to become a nun. During their married life of forty years they never had a disagreement. She used to say: "A married woman must leave God at the altar to find Him in her domestic cares." She died on the day she had foretold, March 9, 1440. Saturday, March 10The Forty Martys of Sebaste, were soldiers quartered in Arnenia, about the year 320. When their legion was ordered to sacrifice to the heathen gods they refused. They were put to death by being compelled to lie naked on the iey surface of a pond until they were frozen to death CATHOLIC NEWS FROM ENGLAND (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) London, Feb. 26.--The first Catho- lic woman magistrate to be appointed for Lancashire County is Mrs. Crook- all, a prominent educationist of Liv-. erpool Archdiocese,.who has just been named for the bench by the Lord Chancellor. Major Fitzherbert.-Brock- holes and Dr. Joseph Fox, also promi- nent Lancashire Catholics, were ap- coming activity designed to promote beatification of Frederic Ozanam. Scottish Martyrs The Scottish hierarchy, in a joint letter just published, states that ac- tive steps are in full operation for the beatification o the Catholic mar- tyrs of Scotland. A committee, form- ed under episcopal auspices, is work-.! ing independently of the committees striving for the beatification of the English martyrs. Marquis of Bute Honored The Marquis of Bute, who was re- pointed at the same time by the Lord cently made a Knight of the Order of Chancellor. the Golden Spur by Pope Pius XI, has Vincent de Paul Society been invested with the insignia of The Central Council Of the St. Vim Knight 'of the Order of the Thistle, cent de Paul Society of England has an ancient order of Scottish chivalry, decided to associate itself with the by King George. The ceremony took Central Socity of France in the forth- place at Buckingham Palace. by. lling the new /N eg sink st 80 per eent above our par, a marl By ow mow u, qk,  , ha, been tnereaumd from $40, t  at i  br nudl, m, $0,000. This mmbl u ,1 take aldtl ms qluldy qualitry u I, M- b0tter care of our prasmt &e/to t, mtenerapher, tar or i N employe or t,]ewslmm' u well as the new omm. I  admldmmu1r, mid we guarantee NATIONAL ,w, dh'L Bankers Trust Co. MAIN AT SECOND LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS --We are agents 'for practically all the important Steamship Companies. --If you are contemplating a trip abroad, for business reasons, or if you desire to undertake a pleasure rp, make use o the many excetten Winter Cruises, do not fail to call on us for information, which will be cheerfully given, without charge. --We wish to remind you also of our Foreign Exchange Department, which is in position to effect money transfers to foreign eountries by Cable, Draft,.or .Bank Money Orders at prevailing market priees. We both buy and sell 'oreign Exchange, getting quotations hourly. BANKERS TRUST COMPANY MAIN AT SECOND FORI.IGN DEPARTMENT I " II I ARMSTRONG SPRIHG$ WATER CAN HOW BE OBTAllqE| ARKANSAS' FAMOUS MEDICINAL SPRING WATIDt ' AGAIN TO BE SOLD TO THE PUBLIC. For SO years this water has bn famous M a ra Kidn, Bladder, and Nervous. Diaordar For information write PROTECTOltY FOR" BOYS" SCY P. O,,. ARK. ROUTE No. 8, . / J