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COLLEGES SEMINARY of St. Thomas Aquinas celebration of the feast Aquinas, was held on evening, March 6, with the Bishop Morris guest The following priests assist- the celebratiml the most and successful ill the an- seminary. Monsignor Thomas V. Rev. Dr. Aretz, Rever- George H. McDer- Corbat% O. C. D., P. Bar- Wernke, Raymond , C. D., Jno. Klaffl, S. V. D., H. Keller, Jame: P. Mo- J. Fletcher, Thomas Mar- P. Garrity, S. J. Peoples, John P. Fisher O. S. B. Hall, the scene of the cn- was resplendent in the D and with a statue of the Octet&apos;, mounted on all ar- decorated pedestal, was for the mental Which were furnished in the most commaiding figure of centurie.. of welcome, which was Rev. Mr. Francis "Iault,, interesting and eloquent raanner of announcing the va- of the program was The program was as fol- "SumrJler Days." I-lymn to Saint i of the "Angelic Doctor." Number"Silver Star Or- election,,Tantum Ergo." The Mystery Holy Trinity." Ave Maria." to the Students--Right Morris. the Students--Very Aretz. Bells." Musicale al and instrumental num- rendered by abe recently Society and Orches- able direction of Mr. and Mr. Edward a spirit of hearty co-op- magnificent and the members put efforts and the re- surpassed the fondest of those who knew the The leaders are to be THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1923 Vq STAR STUDY BRINGS MA 'r NE/YVP TO HrAV!:.N '"l'i--lt IJADRE OF "llll iiAINb," as Father Jerome . Ricard ,  .... is known throug,:out th mted Staten. says tbat study of the stars brings one nearer to heaven, and thus makes for happiness, lie is Director of the famous observatory at Santa Clara University, California. For the first time in thirty-five years, Father Ricard had to leave his post, on account of an attack or the grip. (Pacific and Atlantic.) ing them that their interest gave him, the faculty and seminarians a source of nmch encouragement in carrying on the arduous duties of seminary life; he congratulated the students for the splendid program rendered and extended his thanks to the members of the various committees for their united efforts in making tim affair such a success. L. R. COLLEGE Morris I)ebating The weekly meeting of the Morris Debating Society was hehl last Thurs- day. The subject of debate was: Re- solved, "that tile present bankruptcy law should be repealed." The affirma- tive was upheld by Ted l,awm and Dan Leahey; the negative by Ray Griffen and John Gray. The affirm- ative won. Friday afternoon the society con- vened in a apecial meeting and hehl a competitive contest for the purpose of choosing the members of the pub- lic debating team. The judges were Father Keaney, Father Flaherty and Mr. Mullins. Each member was al- lowed three minutes to speak on :t subject of his own choosing. The fol- lowing men won places: Healy, Wright, l(earns, Toubey, Wilderman, Griffin, Lavan aud Park. A committee, of. which Bernard Heinz was made chairman, was ap- pointed to arrange public debates. Mr. Heinz has already communicated with shown in the initial ap- these new organization. a splendid future. 1 e Were unstinting in their technique displayed by at the seminary and evi- appreciation by their aPPlause. Panegyric speaker of the evening "Mr. Daniel Dwyer, in regard to the public debates o be of thegreat saint held. The work (lone by the society A talented and so far, he says, is satisfactory, and of high calibre, the all indication of 'uture eminent suc- his review, of the life Clearly and pointedly, the of simplicity which St. Them- so effectively and which to accomplish such mar- for the world of learn- the State Teachers' College of Con- way and the Law School of this city; and it is expected that both these in- stitutions will send teams here in the mar future to compete with ours. Mr. Louis Fougere, who is directing the Morris Debating Society, is optimistic speaker was Mr. Paul V. delivered a masterly Lat- on "The Most Holy Trin- by his excellent de- rich diction lent Ornament to his subject, Latin language displayed and firm command cess. ECHOES FROM THE MOUNT I Students' Spiritual Retreat The students of Mr. St. Mary's Academy on Pulasld Heights will be- gin their ammal spiritual retreat on next Monday, March 19, the feast of St. Joseph. The Rev. 2'. F. McDermott, O. P., S. T. D., of Kansas City, will conduct nSpiring. . all the exercises during the four days Bishop I{espond when class rooms and studies will ,be| Mr. Taulty then called )f the discard, and the minds and Reverend Bishop to hearts of the young girls directed t') In his scholarly the affairs of their souls' salwttion. Speech the Bishop spoke Father McDermott, O. P. energy and zeal which The Dominican preacher, Father showed in his search re': and how he plunged .hi into the writings of the of Greece and Rome and schoolmen and found or less.fragmentary tvuth. of thought which he The Bishop also referred hess of purpose the greatest of Chris- to find everywhere knowledge to yield him his work. The Bishop's thoroughly enjoyed and Words were carried with and found response in aPPlause that greeted the McDermott, conducted a very success- fu] mission last week at St. Mary's, Hot Springs, and this week continues the stone work for the people of St. John's, ttot Springs. His earnestness and eloquence will feature the same success on the Mount, as has followed him in his preaching career during the past sev- eral years since his active days on the fighting sectors of the European war [fields. Father McDermott was i chaplain of the A. E. F. in France. Invitation Extended Tile tsters of Mercy extend a cor- dial invitation to the young ladies of Little Rock and vicinity to join in this retreat; if they find it convenient to their time and spiritual inclinations. Speaks for Faculty Aretz then arose appreciation to the Bishop for gracing Religion is not one department of with his presence and to life (like art or biology); it cannot be Lber of priests who indi- egregated from the rest of our expe- attendance that they Hence without ceasing to be true to the interest of the semi- itself; it is, on the contrary, either the can be upon for sum of the whole ot life, affecting and support in being affected by every single .inci- of the seminary, dent of life, or it is not true religion his remarks by assur- at all. - HOLY SEE SENDS MONSIGNOR LUZIO TO VISIT IRELAND (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, D. C., March 12.- News dispatches indicating that Mon- signor Salvatore Luzio has been ap- pointed as a s pecial representative of the Holy See to visit Ireland have been received with great interest in Washington, where Monsignor Luzio is well known to several Drelates. Monsignor Luzio, it is pointed out, is singularly well equipped for any special mission for which tile Holy See might designate him, as he serv- ed for ten years as professor in May- nooth and is well acquainted witil the Irish people and tile h'ish hierarchy. Until recently Monsignor Luzio was "regente" of the Sacra-Poenitentiaria. GEN. WOOD HONORED BY POPE PlUS FOR CONSPICUOUS DEEDS ('N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Rome, March 12.--The Order of Plus, instituted by Pope Plus IXy has been conferred upon Major Geheral Leonard Wood, Governor General of the Philippines, according to an an- nouncement made here. This order is second highest of the decorations that are conferred by the popes, ranking just below the Supreme Order of Christ, aml just above the Order of St. Gregory the Great. Established June 17, 1847, the order has for its object the reward of noble and conspicuous (leeds which merit well of the Church and society. There are four classes of the order: (1) Knights of the Great Ribbon; (2) Commanders with Badge; (3) Com- manders, and (4) Knights. Originally there were two classes, Knights of the I First Class receiving titles of nobility which were hereditary; and Knights of tile Second Class whose titles were personal. The decoration of the order is an eight-pointed blue enameled star with the spaces between the rays filled with undulating golden flame.. There is a distinctive uniform for members of the order but it is rarely worn. " As in the present instance, the dec- oration may be conferred upon non- Catholics. EDUCATIONAL BILL TO BE PUSHED AT NEXT CONGRESS Washington, March 12.--The ad- journment of Congress until Decem- ber gies pause for a time, at least, to efforts of those organizations which have been pressing for special legislation, but it is taken for granted that these energetic minorities are not sleeping but gathering their force:; for further onslaughts when the new Congress convenes. There is little doubt that the edu- cation bill, which went under the name of Smith-Towner, or Towner- Sterling, will be promptly reintro- duced and pushed by its troponents The enlargement of the functions o the Commissioner of Education will also "probably be urged when the sub- ject of delmrtmental reorganization, which includes the establishment of a department of public welfare, comen up for discussion. MUSSOLINI TELLS POLICE SIEZE OBSCENE BOOKS Rome, March 12.--On the order of Premier Mussolini, the police seized all the obscene books, pamphlets, postal cards and pictures they could find in the city, arrested scores of no- torious characters who have been roaming, the streets of Rome, rounded up drug peddlers and deported many known vagabonds. Certain French authors were par- ticularly hard hit by the order to con- fiscate immoral books, Signor Musso- lini directed a special raid on Victor Marguerite's "La Garconne," which had been hastily translated and wide- I ly advertised immediately following the announcement that its author had been expelled from the Legion of Honor for writing it. The biggest book stores were not immune from the clean-up and the works of some thirty German, Italian and French writers were seized. M. A. BILTZ Special Representative New York Life Insurance Co. 801-7 Southern Trust Bldg. Fix Up That Life Insurance Today"I Sell It." Phone 7446 Little Rock, BOYS' PROTECTORY KING GEORGE WILL VISIT HOLY FATHER WHEN IN ROME PAGE SEVEN Rome, March 12.--Notwithstanding the opposition which has been ex- pressed from some Protestant sources, the visit of the King of England to the pope will take place, as scheduled, 'CARDINAL BONZANQ WILL CONSECRATE BISHOP FLORESCH Rome, March 12.Rt. Rev. Msgr. John A. Floresch, who has been re- cently appointed Bishop of Louisville, will be consecrated by Cardinal Bon- zano, April 15. The ceremony will take on May 11, unless some unforeseeu 1 place in the Church of tile Propagan- circumstances intervene. The king will l'da. Cardinal Bonzano will be assisted leave tile British Embassy to go zo] the Vatican to pay a visit to the Holy Father. Afterwards the king will return to the same embassy, where he will await the return visit from Cardinal Gasparri, Papal Sacre- tary of State. The king will also visit the Vatican Museum. by Msgr. Francesco Marchetti-Selvag- giani, Secretary of the Propaganda; and Rt. Rev. Michele Cerrati, the Bishop in Charge of Italian Emigra- tion. Msgr. Floersch was Secretary of the Apostolic Delegation at Washing- ton during the time Cardinal Bonzano was Apostolic Delegate to the United States. ROSE CITY BAKERY Mlt$1C 00CR.G i 4,a_ran='<e/..._ GET RID OF THAT COLD  , o' Cleanse your system of the poison- LIT ,, t,,, ous Germs which cause Colds, Influ- -' O(o -L ' -' O(,-'[]h. enza, La Grippe, Fevers, etc., with 4,. 7.--t. BOND'S LIVER PILLS. One Pill at bedtime always brings prompt re- lief. Only 25e at all druggists. Re- fuse substitutes.--Adv. -- , I I II [I aley & Hornibrook i VENTILATING AND ALL KINDS OF ROOFING I PHONE MAIN 1756 ,! A 7ombston, o/Beauty always expresses to the passr-by tke loving eare wilt which it was selected.- If you have an idea for s, ,Th a me% riM, we will carry it to the last detai! !n @n&. /i', yeur desire. 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I- -n St. Vincerrt's Infirmary Little Rock's Foremost Hospital IN AGE-- EXPERIENCE-- EFFICIENCY Official Rating: Class A By American College of Surgeons After Critical Official Inspection LARGEST HOSPY[AL IN STATE 'i' .... L=TJI ...... " . i by 1923 1887 The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth'- ST. VINCENT'S TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES Offers exceptional opportunities for experience and training in all classes of nursing to young wmnen desiring to vocationalize' in this enobling and remunerative profession. The Siters of the Infirmary and the able medical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years' Course of theoreti- cal, 0ractica] and modern training, fitting the graduates for successful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all cases pertaining to general hospital work, The Infirmary is acknowledged to be one of the best equipped in- stitutions in the South. It has a capacity of 250 beds, 100 private rooms and about 5,000 patients are treated annually. The next class is now being formed. Applicants must have one year of High School or the educational equivalent, and recommendation from reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tenth and High Streets Little Rock, Ark.