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e ) PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920 t ill SOCIAL, AND PERSONAL UF I1 I" ' .  The smaller checking accounts are given v, ,t, WEEK - - the most careful detail attention at this Mrs. Kate Mortimer, who has been MORE APPRECIATION spending several months the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W'tn. Heibach, left The Guaxdian a Welcome 1," ' Sunday for her home in Chicago. Where Church Services Are Infre- Sunday, Mamh 14 .......... OUI{Pl:t SUNI)AY O1,' LENT. ST. MATTII,I)A bank, where good service is the rule. qLlenl. Mr. Starmal Grateful. Monday, March 15 ....................... ST. ZACHARY, POI'E AND MARTYI Tuesday, March 16 .................. ST. I?INIAN TII E LEI'lqR, CONFESSOI{ Miss Nellie Egan is spending sev- eral weeks the guest "of friends and relatives in Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Andrews, 2109 Center street, are receiving con- gratulations on the birth of a new (laughter Wednesday, March 10. From McCrory, Ark,, comes the fol- lowing encouraging letter from an appreciative subscriber: McCrory, Ark., Feb. 26, 1920. Dear Editor: Enclosed please find a cheek for the amount i owe for your good pa- per, which we cannot afford to be Mrs. Bernard Lensinff, who recent- ly undmrent a sermus operation at without in this part of the country. We cannot have church )'egltt)'Ty trot Wednesday Mqreb 17 ................. ;_S'I". PATRIC, A1)OSTI,E Ol" 1R]i]LANI) Thursday March 18,2 ................ Sl.. CYRIL OF JERUSAlJl,]M, BL. C. I)OC. Fri:lay, ........ March 19 ............... ST. JOSEPH, $1' '()USI,' i, ()l,, B. V. MARY Sa!urday, March 20 ..................... ST. CUTHBERT, BL. CONI,'ESSOI?. i-00i;YcGit;ViL i crr Y c. u l: c n -- DIRECTORY LXAS The checking accounts of small businesses solMted. Union and Mercantile Trust Company St. Vincent's, is convalescing. The Guardian helps u out by making li'alls City ttours of l)evoHon it visit every week. We have good l he Roy. Adalbet Wensor:l'a, pas- St. An(hews Cathedral, corner .....  ..... , ..: ......... tor of Falls City an(1 H ebson, died .on Seventh and I,ouisiana streets--Sun- , CIGAR MAKER WANTED--Union l, rouuemg ,u.. here an(( gooo pros- " ' , da s Ms,s t ) ,  Second and Louisiana.Streets. .  --.  ....... . Ithe 29th of la;month.ffte, an illms y': ,'rs a 7, i and 11 lugh); scale, steady werk. Hoyt Bros. Cigar peels 01 gemng more (,el;nolle :Laml- . " . ' ..... " .. . . . .... ,. ! . . Co., Clarksville, Ark. 3-13-% l,es. We have :[our Catholic :families i ) w:)iLeeks ,v,th t!,e mlluenza. 'lhe ,:(.%;g se:lv,ccs ,: ',..,, :,rst l, rl- : ........ ,, - ........ , , - , / s . '.sot ne umrch were given Y mmg serv]ccsa  4) Rt. Rev. I Ill OUt" SebblemellE al5 loe prcsen lme. .... , ' , . ........ ' .... /FatherWensorr.t bytheRt Ihv A J Men q_hes V 2obm, Rectm- Rev H Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cunnim'- vvln billings :lOt" past favors, i am t ...... . ..... ' ' " " , ' I Yours sincerely, ]Drossaerts, D. D., l lishop of San An- H. Wernke, Assistant. Resid.ence 617] hmn hmt as t:heir guest the past week IVX T ,,,^,  tonio. After the Solemn l:ligh Mas}Louisiana street. Phone 3799 Main I'm' - - " -" - -- ...... / )f  '. =., . . . "-------. ..............  - .their nepbew, Bindette Roberts. who __ ___ _ ,( l{eqmcm, lhs Lordship nmd a i ............. ,.. ...... ,is en route to San Antonio, Tdxas. WIIITE LIST OF I)LAYS gl.owing tribute to the deceased St. Edward's Church, corner Ninth / t)/,A.NA[l vttvtol,2tL CON(tRESS HAS KEY TO MRS. SELLERS tlOSTESS ........ priest." At the grave, Rev J Jach'-[and Sherman streets -- Sundays: - PROHIBITION PROBLEM Commended By Monthly Bulletin o tyl, of Yorktown, delivered a touch- Masses at 7, 8:30, ]0:30 (high); even- The memory ol; Fttleriek Ozanam. Mrs. W. W. Sellers entertained the Bay View Club an Frdiay afternobn. The president, Mrs. Elizabeth Arm- strong, presided over the short busi- ness session, and ()wing to the illness of the leader of the afternoon she presented the following program: "Fifty Years In Europe" and "Fo- rum of Democracy," the club lesson; Miss Dora Adams gave a reading "The Princess Chap," and respended to an encore; Mrs. Hugins read a paper, "Wilson's Fourteen Points and the League of Nations." Delightful refreshments 'were sewe{I. ST,' VINCENT'S AID SOCIETY St. Vineent's Aid Society held its regular monthly meeting at the In- firmary on Monday afternoon. Much interest was shown in the work for 190, ad quite a number of new names were enroJled, both on the reg- ul, ar, membership list, as well as in "he Children'S Auxiliary. Ahady sev- eral hundred children have pledged themselves to pay five cents per month toward the up-keep of the chihlren's ward at St. Vincent's. It is expected that over 1,000 will be enrolled during the summer. An interesting feature in the membership ca.mpaign yester- day was he enrollment of four gen- erations of one family. After the I business session, Sister Barthildas] took the members present over the i building, one of the sights worth while [ being the visit to the basemen(i whel% I the new X-ray machine, recently put'- ] ehagedl at a .cost of $4,000, was in'-I stalled [ The C, atholic Theatre Movement. In contradistinction of the list of yAlow unmoral, unclean, unwhole- some suggestive, silly and triwd plays now feattlring the amusement adver- tisements, the Catholic Theatre Move- men( presents its latest, Selection of worthy productions as follows: The White List March 1, 1920. "Abraham Lincoln:" "Adam and Eve." "Buddies." "Clarence." "His Honor A lx.. I'otash." "Mamma's Affair." "The Pu:l'ple Mack." "Shavings." S MI, SIONS ARRANGED Our Lady of Good C)unsel Clm,rch to Have Fr, Costello On Missionary Duty March 21 to 28. Rev. Father Boyle has arranged with Rev. John A. Coetello of the Fort Wayne, Indiana, Diocese Mission Band to preach a mission at Our Lady of Good Counsel Clmrch, Ninth and Marshall streets. Mission devotions every morning and every evening during tim week of March 21 to 28. Definite hours and services will be' announced ater. Father Costello has conducted several rnssions of late in this diocese, and his zeal amt pulpit oratory have left deep impress upon the. mission attendants. Father Costello at Stuttgart Rev. Joseph Schlatterer, pastor of the Holy Rosary Church at Stuttgart, The members of the Aid and all in- nnounces that Father Costello will terested friends are invited to be in  open a mission in Stuttgart, beginning attendance at the first meeting of the March 14th and closing on Sunday, Sewing Circle of the Aid, on Monday March afternoon at 2 o'clock, vghefi little i garments will be made for the charity ward, .at St. Vincent's. Anyone wish- ing to register their children in the Auxiliary list may do so by calling Mrs, Ed O'Brien, M1583, or by notify- ing any member of the Aid. MEMORIAL CHAPTER U. D. C, Memorial Chapter U. D. C, met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Garland Street Prospect and Palm streets, Pulaski Heights. There was a large attendance and a most interesting business session. Personal contributions were made by members UNTIRING Is the Holy Father in Efforts for Res. toration of Society (Catholic Press Association) [ Rome. His Hollne'ss is untiring in[ his eff6rts for restorati.on of 'society I on a Christian basis. His work is I many-sided. The influence of the Holy See is brought to bear on rulers of nations; but the Holy Father neg- lects no means, high or low, great or t sm all. The Popular Union of Italian Cath- to aid in the campaign bein'g waged olies, the principal religious organiza- against illiteracy in Arkansas. The tion here depending directly on the treasurer was instructed to send the Holy See, has started a "National money pledged at state conventmn for ,, ' " ' ,Center of Culture, and on the oeea- the state educational work to Mrs. R. lsion of the new year, asked His Holi- N Garrett, E1 Dorado, chmrman oft :..hess for his encouragement and bless- committee on education. Five new -_  .... . ...... a -,.- .... a members were given ertificate,s of . ' . ' lily accorded. . membersh:lp Three new names pro . , "] in the letter of Cardinal Gasparri posed and hee elected to member " " " lye Count Della Torre, the Holy tather ship. The following program wa's praises the intentions of the promot- preseated by Mrs,. James Faucett: ers of the National Center 0f.Culture Violin solo, The Star, (Rogers), the spread of Christian edu- My Laddie, (Thayer), Mi:ss Burnelle seeking cation among the people in the fmTa Bradley accompanied by Mrs.' E. S. an(i purpose of apologetics, to en- :Rodman; reading, Miss Margaret Fau- lighten them and bring them closm' t) cette; violin solo, Miss Lucia Fly ac- the Faith. true fount of lasting indi- ompanied byMiss Frances IAoyd; pa- vidual and social well-being. There per, "Famous Homes of the South,[will be difficulties because of te :Mr: Vernon," written by Mrs. John T. King and read by Mrs. F. V. Holmes; vocal so!o, "That the World in June," Chas. Gilbert Spross; "Loves in My Heart," (Woodman), Mrs. Chas. M. ,Rohertson. Refreshments were serv- ed by the hotess assisted by Mrs, James Gray, and a delightful social hour followed. SCAPULAR MEDAL,%--all kinds at BOOIERY, 309 W. 2nd, Little Rock. ********************** * EASTER CARDS * * EASTER pICTURES * * EASTER EMBLEMS * * REAL IWORKS-" OF ART * * B00KERY--809 W. 2rid St. * $ ,, $ ,.,.:$ ts'* g%* * $ * * .* tt , $ * * shadows of doubt and ignorance which hide Christian truth in this age of so- called intellectual progress. The new organization will have to COl:nbat in: differentism, or, worse, utter materi- alism; but the 1:[.oI: Father feels su:e that God's blessing will give :it suc- cess. There must be study, publica- tions, i ,Congresses, conferences,,, to Ibenefit not only such as think them- selves already "cultured," but also the humble worker, so often kent in l ignorance by those above him.- The littwgy of the Church on recurring Sundays and Feast days .is the great means of keeping souls 4n the circle of the life of the Church and of Our Blessed Lord..' If we love Christ, ChriSt will help us--that is to say, He will save humanity from ruin, giving peace to learts, holy !ife to families, happiness and prosperity to peoples and nations .... ing se.rmon. The ab'.;olution was pro- ing services 7:30; Friday evening :er- nouneed by the Bishop. Father Wen- vices at 7:30. Rev. Maurus Rotmer, sorra wa, born in German Poland O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Rev. Plus thirty-one years ago. Afix;r finishing Zroyssig, O. S.B.. Residence 813 his elassic, al studies in Europe, he en- herman. M. 5089. tered St. Meinrad's Seminary, ane was ordaimd in 1914 hy Bishop Char- trand. San Antonio. So many applications for member- ship have been received by the local Council of the Knights of Columbus s'.inee the initiation exercises on the )22(1 of last montla, that another exem- pllfieaton of the degree will take place on the 24th of next month. The Rt. Rev. A. J. Dvossaerts, D. D., Bishop of San Antonio, officiated at the solemn blessing and erection of the Stations of the Cross in lira chapel of. the Carmelite Sisters. The historical pageant, "The Trail 'Through San Antonio," was a brilliant success. It was given under the au pices of thd Cath.olie Women's Asso- ciation of San Antonio and the Na- tional Catholic War Council. the pro- eeeds to be used for toe maintenance of the National Catholic Community House. The Rev. Itarry F. Kane, S. S. J.. who has been pa:sor of St. Peter Claver's Church for seven and a half years, has been appointed pastor of The Blessed Sacramen Church, New Orleans, La. Austin Rev. W. B. O'Dowd. of Oxford, England, gave the mission at St. Aus- ] tin's Chapel, the Catholic Chm'ch at the University of Texas, for the mem- bers of the Newman Club. At, i reg- ular meeting of the clttb. Father O'Dowd explained the differences be- tween Oxf.ord and American univer- sities, and described the present status of Catholic students there. Ranger St.. Rita's Church was dedicated last [ Sunday by the Rt. Rev. Jos. P. Lynch, D. D., Bishop of Dallas. Confirma- tion was administered in the after- noon and evening to an American an a Mexican class of candidates. , 7 "MY DEAR MR. TUOHY" British Admiral Compliments Ameri- can NeWslmper Men, Among Them James Tuohy. James Tuohy, cor'respondent of the Boston Globe and the New York World overseas, s referred to in corapli- mentary terms by Rear Admiral Sir Douglas Brownrigg, who has just pub- lished a b0ok which he calls "Indis- cretions of a Naval Censor." In this book Sir Douglas tells of his experi- ences when he was censor under the_ British Admiralty during the war, and referring to his contact with Ameri- can newspaper men, he says: "A long procession of them passes before my mind's eye, and a few of them stand out very conspicuously, but what remains quite clear as the outstanding feature of my dealings with, them was their absolute relia- bility, their honesty in presmwing secret information which 'for some rea- son or other 1 had been compelled m' thought wiser to impart to tbem, and their loyalty in never making use of it until I gave them the word 'o.' Keen ? O, yes; none were keener. They would e anywhere at any time and do any- thing. "Looking back through tha records of visitors to the fleet, I find such well-known names as Mr. James Tu- ohy, of the Boston Globe and New York Workt, to whom Mr. Balfour ave an interview in the shape of a ]etter'My dear Mr. Tuohy--shortly after he reached the Admiralty; and it became a sort of household word among us who tried to keep things cheerful. Whenever we Were in doubt as to how to make  anything public we suggested 'My dear M:v. Tuohy.' I hope this gentleman appreciated how useful he was to us, as I expect he] was and is to his' fine papers," I Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Ninth and Marshall--Sundays: Mass. es at 8 and 10 (high). Rev. P. H. Boyle, pastor. Resid'ence 1615 W. Ninth. Phone 4411. St.'Bartholomew's Church (colo.d) Sixteenth and Marshall streetsSun- tays: Masses, 7:3( and 10:30 (high); evening services at 5:30. Rev. J. J. Steinh'mer, S. V. D.. Pastor. Resi- dence 1615 West Sixteenth street. M. 2994. *St. Patrick's Church. North Litth Rock, Seventh and Cypress streets Sundays: Masses at 8 and 10 (high); evening .services at 7:30. Rev. A. Demurrer, Pastor. Residence 706 )l;ve street. Phone M. 4102. St. Mary's Church, Noth Little Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets-- undays: Masses at 8 and 10 (hih).; evening services at 7:30. Rev. Peter artodzi.ej, Pastor. Residence Six- teenth and Moss streets. Phone M. 6686. OBITUARY Miss Florence Fair Miss Florence Fair, aged 21 years, =lied at.5 o'clock Wednesady morning at a local hospital.' Native of Mis- souri. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Fair of Atkins. The remains were taken to the resi- dence, 1407 Bishop street, Friday morning by Healy & Roth.' Funeral self, ices were held from St. Edward's Church Thursday morning, Rev. Fath- er Maurus Rohner in charge. Burial in Calvary cemetery. J. H. Wenming J'. H. Wernsing (lied Wednesday morning at Monroe, La. He is sur- vived by two children. His wife died November, 1919. The body arrived in Little Rock Tlmrsday afternoon. Fu- neral services were held at St. An- drew's Cathedral, 7th and Louisiana streets, Friday morning at 11 o'clock "in charge of Rev. Father H. H. Wernke assisted by Rev. Father Peoples. Bur- ia] in Calvary cemetery. :foufider of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, was honored lately in Paris by the erection of a tablet in the Church of St. Eticnne-du-'Mont, in which parish the first conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was established by the revered leader in 1833. WHITE PATRONAGE WANTED .Baby Pratt Baby Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Pratt, 517 East Seventh street, died Thursday evening at 7 By St. Bartholomew's Men's Sodality The ttoly Name Sodality of St. Bartholomew's Cimrch wishes to ask the white Catholics of the city of Lit- tla Reck kindly to patronize the trades of the colored Catholics of this city as there are: Barbers--Edward Wallace, Lee & Monroe Barber Shop, 208 West Second street. General Coqtragtor--Walter E. Parker, office 317 W. 2nd; Phone M. 2903; residence 1874 Cross, phone M. 8781. All kinds of building and re- pairs. General ]luhler--5oseph Foster, phone Main 3905. Pressing and Cleaning--G. Riley at Tailering, Cleaning and Pressing Club, 723 W. 16th; phone Main 5007. Express---Jos. Ward, 1619 W. 17th, phone Main'3109 and 5663b JunkerW. May, 1414 Wright ave. Phone Main 5134. Shoemvker--Sam Robinson, 901 E. Second street. Shirtmaker--Mrs. Grace Davis, 2619 Main street, phone 4893. Plain SewingMrs. Cec. Riley, 2601 Main street, phone Main 7163. Mrs. A. P. Crockett, 1402 W. 17th steret, phone Main 4800. Dressmaking--Mrs. Bertha Hargon, 2411 Pulaski street, plone M. 7225. Mrs. I army Douglas, 2900 Center St., phone Main 5726. ManieureMrs. Centhia Carmichael 1212 W. 16th street, phone M. 8659; Mrs. M. Snear, 1801 High St., phone Main 3581. l)ea|er in Tohmstones, Montments, Etc.A. L. Richmond, 1319 Cross St. Phone Main 2254 or Main 4640. Thanking in advance for all kind- ness you will show to the congregation we main in the name of the Holy Name Sodality. For your painting, paperhanging and interior decorating see Russd't & Coulter Brothers. Phone Main 8,00 and 8709. IRA DAVIS, President. ROY COULTER, See'y. REV. J. J. STEINHAUER, Pastor. o'clock. Funeral services were con- ducted from the residence at 3 LIVE S O F o'clock Friday afternoon in charge of Rev. Father Maurus Rohner. Burial in Calvary cemetery. THE SAINTS LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE NOTABLY REPRESENTED WITH REFLECTIONS Rev. Dr. Aretz and Rev. H. H. Heag- FOR EVERY DAY IN hey of Little Rock College, are in" THE YEAR Washington as delegates to the Na- tional Collegiate Association in con- vention there. Among the big col- ]By Rev. ALBAN BUTLER leges of the country the faculty of Little Rock College is leaving nothing undone to attain that efficiency re- quired in the successful training of This volume offers in our present day students. New issues new methods are to the front for the compendious form the lives educators of our youth and it is of of many eminent servants good promise for our local diocesan of God. There is no better institution to have its directors i'n such close touch with the leading thoughts book for fostering a spirit of and practices of the educational world, piety than "The Lives of the Saints" and this edition, with i NUNS HELP POPE'S FUND low price, clear and legible type ought to be in every Catholic family, ; (Catholic Press Association) Rome.--His Hgliness' "Fund for the 16me, cloth, net, $1.00 Poor Children of Central Europe" mounts rapidly. Nearly every day Sent postpaid on receipt of $1.10 brings one notable subscription in ad dition to those that "may be termed "ordinary." This morning 15,850 Lire THE BOOKERY represents a thousand dollars from 'g)09'W. SECOND ST. tli Sisters of Charity of the Blessed v{rgin, Dubuque, Iowa. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS New Orleans, March 4.--Tlm key to the prohibition problem in the United States, to the extent, at least, o allay- ing' the present muttering-s of discon- tent against its enforcemenL rests in the haitds of congress, His Eminence, James Cardinal (]il)bm:ls, in New Or- leans for his anmml visit declared to- ,day. "If Congress were to place a liberal interpretation upon the ,question of what constitutes an intoxicating bev- erage such as would permit the man- ufacture and sale of beer and light wines, yet maintain tlm spirit of the prohibition amendment," the Cardinal said, "much wouht be accomplished to- ward solving a problem now becoming acute and destined to become more and more a basis fer unrest in America." CATltOL1C PROF. 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