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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1923 1,% i, ii I i K. Or C. ! ' " ' It LITT'LE ROCK COUNCIL NO. 812 OFFICIAL NOTES Special Meeting A special meeting of this council was held Tuesday evening last, March 13, in the Knights of Columbus Home. by more than 125 members of MUD- tank Council, 203, of the Knights of Columbus of Brooklyn. This "See America First" trip to Califorpia is. :expected to start on July 1 and will take twenty-nine days. Invitations to the Knights from a number of" coun- cils in cities along the route already have been received. AS TO COLOREI) EX-SERVICE MEN The attendance at this meeting was. exceptionally good. Important busi-' Criticism, printed and spoken, o hess-was conducted and Grand Knight Knights of Columbus educational Carroll was instructed to go to Jones- work for colored ex-service men in the boro next Sunday, March 18th, to at- tend a meeting called by State Deputy J. P. Hopkins, at which all the Dis- trict Deputies and Grand Knights of South, has led Columbia, the K. of C. national magazine, to define the Knights' position : "The war funds entrusted to the the state will be present to meet Su- Knights of Columbus" s by the Ameri- preme Advocate Brother Luke Hart can people were intended to benefit of St. Louis, Mo., who will outline in- service men of all parts of the coun- surance features to the assembled delegates. Communion Sunday The members will attend Holy Com- munion in a body in St. Andrew's Ca- thedral, Seventh anti Louisiana street, at the 7:30 o'clock Mass Sunday, March 25th. '"the pastors of all the churches in Little Rock and North Little Rock haw, been requested to make this announcement at each of their Masses held next Sunday, March 18th. Members will assemble at the Knights of Columbus Home, 609 Scott street, at 6:45 a. m., and will march in a body to the Cathedral. Regular Meeting A regular meeting of the Council will be held next Tuesday, March 20, at 8 o'clock, every member is expect- ed to 0e present, as the meetings we are having now are live ones. There- fore don't miss this one, as it will be a good one. Membership Campaign Applications are coming in slowly, if we expect to have a class before the summer months, we had better get busy and bring in some applications. "The next class is set for April 15th, but with the applications that are iu now, it will be impossible to hold this t initiation. Try to bring in at least one application for the next meeting, Tuesday evening. The Grand Knight will have some interesting things to tell you about when he returns from Jonesboro, on the reasons why every Catholic should be a member of the Knights of Columbus and why every member should have insurance in the Knights of Columbus. A Thought for the Week The recipe for perpetual ignorance is: Be satisfied with your opinions and try, regardless of creed or color. From the beginning of the reconstruction period the Knights of Columbus have attempted to render the same aid, in proportion, o the, colored veterans ..t to other veterans. Hundreds of coh)r- ed men have received free tuition a!. special K. of C. schools in the South, some of hich, are now operating, an't just as the colored soldiers were serv- ed at the front by the Knights and in the hospital now, so they have. throughout, benefited by K. of C. wel- l fare work. "Only the narrowest vision can ob ject to this course. %'he probably very few Ku Klux Klansmen anti members of racially and religiously bigoted or- ganizations who may have served their country under arms in the war, have the same rights as all other vet- erans to share the benefits of K. of C. educational work, in the operation of which no question of a man's race or religion has ever entered or eve will." KNIGHTS TO DEDICATE HOME EASTER SUNDAY San Diego, March 12.Easter Sun- day has been chosen as the dale of the official dedication of the new $85,- 000 home of the Knights of Columbus at San Diego. A large delegation of California Knights, headed by Joseph Scott,'K. S. G., of Los Angeles, will attend the ceremonies. HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK content with your knowl'edge. ' Two Bishops at  Spa HOSPITAL ENTERTAINMENTS After entertaining -- at Little J.B. Rock for a few days, Bishop Morris escorLed the Rt. Rev. Joseph F. Me- Special entertainments averaging] Grath, D. D., of Baker City, Oregon, more than five hundred per month, to Hot Springs, where they were tle are now beiflg gtaged in the hospitals guests of the Sisters of Mercy at St. throughout the country containing Joseph's Infirmary. Diocesan affairs disabled veterans served by the precluded a long visit by Bishop Mor- Knights of Columbus, the K. of C. ris, but he insisted on Bishop Mc- Grath remaining at the Spa for a hospitalization bureau announces. The entertainments include moving pic- tures, vaudeville and boxing and wrestling exhibitions. A special feature of the Knight' hospital work now is the provision of home-town newspapers to the hun- dreds of veterans in tubercular camps in the Southwestern states. The K. of C. supreme board of directors will meet in Washington in April to com- plete the Knights' program of hospi- tal work for the summer months. EXTREMISTS DECREASING Extreme radicalism in the United States is waning, although there are still enough apostles of it to make it a dangerous social factor, Peter W. Collins, Knights of Columbus lecturer on economic and social questionq, which is just completing his twelftn annual lecture tour under K. of C. auspices, reports. "While evidences of dissatisfaction exfst in many places," he states, "es- pecially in certain Western and Northwestern states, the extermists do not appear as numerous. Organi- zations such as the I. W. W. are not gaining noticeable ground; the idea seems to be generally advancing that better wage and living conditions are obtainable without the spread of vio- lent doctrines, although there are plenty of old-guard socialist agitators writing and speaking revolutionary stuff." Mr. Collins, since the beginning of ,his work for the K. of C., has acquir- ed the reputation of being the most questioned man in America, as many as 2,000 questions being asked him by members of audiences in a single sea- son. This year he states that Ameri- can curiosity has diminished in quan- tity but improved in quality, some 400 persons out of the thousands he has addressed in many different cities and towns asking him questions, prirJci- polly regarding capital and labor in- ter-relations. KNIGHTS TO MAKE TRIP FROM COAST TO COAST Brooklyn, March 10.--Arrange mer.ts arc nearly completed for the proposed coast to oast..tip larmt good rest and to have a full appre- ciation of the efficacious water and weather Arkansas presented in mid- winter to northern travellers. Looking for Priests Bishop McGrath made the long trip from the far northwest for the pur- pose of securing his quota of young men from the student body of St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, now af- filiated with the Catholic Church Ex- tension Society in its supply of priests for needed mission work in the South and West. While at St. John's, Bishop Mc- Grath addressed the students and in- itiated the "Mission Course of Lec- tures," which will be a feature of the eminary curriculum every year, when Bishops and Missionary experts will be invited to address the students along lines of this special vocation. While at the Spa, Bishop McGrath expressed himself as quite astounded at the progressive work of the Dio- cease of Little Rock manifested on all sides, with its fine seminary and col- lege, its academies and schools and the excellent hospital equipment as he found tt at St. Vincent's, Little Rock, and at St. Joseph's, in this city. He said he (was told to stay longer and go farther over Arkansas, that he only had seen half of it," but he would have to leave the rest for a future visitation. Appreciates Springs He had heard all his life of Hot Springs, Arkansas, but even with Bishop Morris' additional description and commendations, the Spa was a great surprise to him, with its delight- ful location on mountain-side and val- ley, its abundant and gushing springs of healing waters, its metropolitan touch and cosmopolitan people, its many and magnificent hotels and bathing places, but above all, Hot Springs, Arkansas, with its stamp of Catholicity in its parish churches, its St. Joseph's Infirmary, St. John's Place and the parochial schools. Bishop on the Tramp Spehding a week as a guest at St. Joseph's Infirmary, in the company of several clerical visitors, with whom he traversed hill and dale even as far as :Iountain Valley Springs, he Bishop saw and heard so much of the beauty and the effect of this resort lspending his 28th season at Hot wish her prosperity and happiness in nue last Tuesday and her new home. Very Rev. Dean Gallagher was a visitor in Ft. Smith Tuesday. JONESBORO K. of C. M.ee|ivg The local council of the Knights .f Columbus met in their lodge rooms Tuesday evening, J. P. Hopkins act- that he was pleased to know that its Springs and recites of the wonderful future was now so scours, and its effects of the water and baths wit- healthy growth so promising, as an nessed by him in his many visitations. adjunct to the National Park System of the U. S. Government. Trained and Gone Spa Booster The training season is about over He remarked too that it was not l for the baseball boys of 1923. The sufficiently well known to the Catho-IBoston Red Socks on St. Patrick's lic clergy and laity of the country, l)ay, take on an exhibition game be- and assured his hosts that his voice tweed two well matched nines. would help propagate better knowl- edge of Hot Springs National Park as Babe Ruth flew tile flu and the ink as Grand ](night in the absence a health and rest giving resort for cage and is now on the grass diamond' of Grand Knight John Mason. our Catholic people, at New Orleans promising to run Resolutions of sympathy for the Bishop McGrath left here on last home more frequently the coming bereaved parents of John Schwend of Monday, going direct to Baker City, season. Pocahontas, former member of Jones- via Little Rock, where he stopped over boro Council were presented hy the ]with Bishol) Morris to thank him for MENA cvmmittee, composed of Ft. Strass- a very helpful and hapD.v .":it in Ar- nor, J. P. Hokins, and E. J. Webb, kansas, and were passe(I by the Council. Missions Conducted The Council ple(lged itself to sup- ] Last week was the annual mission Eager to Make Egger 1)or the local branch of the Catholic i week at St. Mary's church. On Mon- Very Rev. Dean Gallagher went to Boys' brigade after receiving a re- i day morning of this week the mission Egger Saturday morning and "Ford-' port of the chairman, A. F. Cawille began at St. John's church. , ed" (this is no intended as a covert of that committee. Bro. T. E. I)amle- Both 'missions are under the charge fling at Poll( county roads) back to let coach at State Agricultural School of Rev. T. S. McDermott, O. P., S. T. Mcna in time for ten o'clock " Mass at Jonesboro, volunteered to coach I L., pastor of the Holy Name church, Sunday morning. We regret to state the bnigade in athletics and m41itary Kansas City The seating capacity of that the Reverend Father has not drill. A free will offering by all the been well for several days. St. Mary's was taxed at every morn- members present was sent to St. ing and evening service during the Who, Where and Why? IXavier'g College, New York City, in week. Sunday night the concluding Mrs. R. H. Nall returned Ihursday answer to their appeal for funds. devotions were participated in by a afternoon, from a visit with her l The lecturer, B'ol Arthur J ones, ha. congregation which occupied every daughter, Mrs. Glasgow ttaywood, at I promised a big surprise entertainment available foot of room even to th Shreveport, La. lot the next Tuesday night meeting. steps to the sanctuary. Father Me- The American Legion Auxiliary, Much interest is being sl|own in the Dermott gave a very encouraging ser- Frank Fried Post, met Wednesday meetings of late an(t it is hoped that mon to those who followed him in the evening with Mrs. F. R. Fried. The lo- all members will interest themselves spiritual labors of the mission, plead- col Post is in a very flourishing con- and attend. ed for their perseverance and bestow- dition and is planning a number of Church History Class ed on them the papal blessing. The post-Easter affairs. The regular meeting of the Church pastor, Very Rev. Dean W. J. Carroll, Mrs. J. Thinnes, who has been at History Class was held in the Parish officiated at Benediction of tim Bless- Shreveport looking after the estate of Hall last Wednesday evening and the ed Sacrament. her mother, the late Mrs. J. I. Krauss, I following papers were presented: returned home Thursday afternoon, I The Origin of the Papal Temporal St. Joseph's Busy accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. Wm. I Power, by Arthur Jones. The Sisters Mercy, St. Joseph's In- Bizer and Mrs. W. T. Tooley, and her I firmary report a very huuv season, brother, Clem Krauss, of Fairbury, I The Papal Temopral Power and the with this popular institution catering Ill. Mr. Krauss leIt for home the fol-[ Italian Government Today, by Mrs. to its very limit. Among the guests lowing day. Ed Lyons and Mkss Louise Lyons, are registered Rev. Fathers J. J. Mor- Why We Should Have Catholic Miss Mary Robert has resigned her Schools, by Charlotte Stack. All Individuals cannot rissey, J. J. Dennison and C. Eppstein position at the Boston Store and plar. these subjects were well presented unless they sacrifice of Chicago; John H. Cannon, Pontiac, to leave soon for a visit with relatives and much interest was manifested, their individuality. Ill.; Edw. J. Blackwell, Milwaukee, in Memphis, Tenn. Wis.; Jeremiah Moriarty, Ironwood; Auxiliary Meeting Michigan, and J. F. Young, Minneapo- St. Patrick's Eve St. Roman's Auxiliary met at the We suck out of all things The sophomore class-of St.floseph's home of Mrs. McLain on Creath ave- essence that'abides with lis, Minn. Father Morrissey is now Academy, will give a play of three la Imm/g Year kvtqa Wt acts, entitled "Miss Fearless & Co.," on the evening of March 16th, which promises to be highly entertaining. Real Surprise A surprise party, that was really a surprise, was given Mrs. E. N. Shut- ter, at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. L. Alvey, on Eighth street, Tues- day evening. Father Gallagher and a number of the ladies of\\;the parish were present to enjoy a pleasant evening with the honoree before the departure of herself and children for Enid, Okla. In every enten)rise for the benefit of the church, Mrs. Shut- ter has been a cheerful and indefati- gable worker, and as a slight token of appreciation she was given a St. Vincent's Manual, the presentation being made by Father Gallagher. While sincerely regretting her de parture, Mrs. Shutter's many friends OFFICE SUPPLIES  DESKS PRINTING Our printing plant is very complete, automatic feeding presses doing finest of work. Send for illustrated price list of Office Supplies. PARKIN Printing & Stationery Co. Little Rok, Ark. St. Joseph's Infirmary HOT S/PRINGS The South's Most Famous Sanitarium Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy / (HiS TELLS THE WHOLE STORY OF EFFICIENCY  WITH UCH CONDUCT ST. JOSEPH'S HAS MADE GOOD FOR YEARS AND WITH ALL CLASSES. DEVOTED SISTERS EXCELLENT STAFF MEMBERS COMPETENT NURSE CORPS Well Equipped Building--Of Prominent Location Care in Appointments--Every Room Outside Room Well Ventilated and Lighted Hot Baths Affiliated With U. S. Reservation INFIRMARY-- SANITARIUM - REST HOME Professional Attendance For Reservations Apply to REV. SISTER SUPERIOR 1 St. Joseph's Infirmary, Hot Sp "rags, Ark. --m noon sewing for the Parent Te,dmr The Parent Teachers will serve a lunch at the at a gathering of the St. I'atrick's Day, the used to help defray the the organization. Sodality Tile Sodality has begun their play, "The Cheerful given at an early date. Church Notes The Way of the CroSs Mass on Passion SundaY. There will he a High feast of. St. l'atrick honor (ff the Saint after Mas, Baptisms , On last Sunday afternoon ther Strassner officiated at tisms, that of Eugene rington, who will make Holy Communion this Mary John Harrington; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Brady Mrs. George Roth. Mass will be said for Hoiiinger's mother on a spiritual bouquet for given by St. Ronmn's Mrs. John B. Silaz has pointed press Roman's parish for the local evening papers. John Silaz, Jr., spent last week in Pine Bluff, his brother and wife, the state basketball Miss Elizabeth Louis, who has spent' visiting Miss Marion MaSOn, to her home last SaturdaY' The School Girls' Club Thursday afternoon spend au hour sewing. Katie Stoudt and are teaching them. OUR BANKING I00AR100IF00 Je 81de to extend to |re eustomen overt Ws hsvo plonty of meusy on hsml to lend on Little Redl or other ueeptable seeurity, ud ,elicit applistJom. w. COm'A00, mmess "Slneo 187T" Cerner Flt ad Main li PI OlqT INTERT PAID ON JAN4 ACO ,, , , OUR kSSETS OrS1 TWO MUJJON We nmke a Sllciity of Inwst/n same in -- Ow' first mora loana.-.-audttor sup In" ers ann etatu we represent wire W'_:. veraen. We act am administrators and .eg- tara under WlIJ of many estatu in PulmS other ountie in this State. We will be plU to auist you. 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