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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 9, 1927 Page Five AND GEORGIA PAPERS ,,oP {U. S. PRIEST MAY ' --..ULE SEN HEFLIN S ATTACKS BE BEATIFIED, " IN U. S. SENATE ,y .... ) .4 a . Chicago, March 31 Finis was CATHOLICS written to the Eucharistic Congress Denver Pastor Was Shot Whale, ,~l~I.(~,W- ----. in Chicagotodaywhen, at the silverl D',tributing Communlon. ~ tlIIlll r llrtltti ~hiugt0n,;Ab'-.News Service.) IHeflin has received as many threat-jubilee celebration of Msgr. C. J't ~. ...~ .... t ~uth .^ .~larll 1.---Editors of enin letters as he sa s he has." Quills,, general secretary of the Con- J)envcr, t Join., lvlarcn z~. -- .~n ~,~'~a::t~rtually unanimously T~e Thomasville ~';ternrise de- gress, the honor of Domestic Prelatelecclesiastical court, named by the Rt./ l~a~iT~aY, a.nd in many cases' bates whether "primary votes or a was awarded to the j ubilarian by HislRev. Henry Tihen,. D..?., Bishop of ~at0r ~ce, w,ta the outbursts t disordered mind" is the cause of the Holiness, Pope Pins XI. The letter[Denver, ,s conslaermg 1:Re wor~mnessI SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK ~a th;~raRe Heflin of Ala-iHeflin antics, of the Holy Father was read bylof the Rev. Leo Heinrichs, O. F.M.,I THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY Cath0]~r of the Senatel Msgr. F A. Purcell of this city, and]for beatification. I ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN,S ~f C~Ic~ generally and thelMARYKNOLL ADVICES it stated that the honor was conferred It will be recalled by many that] ~oat-'~rabus particularly I ABOUT THE LOOTING in recognition of Msgr Quille's work]Father Leo was shot in the heart by[ SEMINARY FOR THE ARKANSAS PRIESTHOOD ' g0~er r ~ . ~li~hea Y (Ala) Adve-~;~ I OF FACHOW MISSION as secretary of the Congress. l a man to whom he had justgiven/Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be be- rt Ill " ~L~- tflia,s ~::e Capital of Sena-I Iu the sanctuary of St. James Holy Commumon m St. Ehzabeth's noted. An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received ~ht the ,.~' ~ys: "Why doesl (By N. C W. C. News Service) Chapel of Quigley Preparatory Sem-IChurch here on February 23, 1908, and Recorded. ~Y and ~rOpe so fiercely, -er-[ New York, April 2. News dis- inary was His Eminence Cardinal land that he died within a few A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough ~le. i,~l~aatly? The answer]Patches recounting the looting of the,Mundelein sponsor of the Congress, Irainures. ~ulati0~an five per cent ~flMaryknoll Mission compound at Fa-[who also commended~ the work o~I The shooting caused intense excite- Interest Always to Provide Board, Lodging and Training [lie. W~; Alabama is R m~lchw by a Chinese mob relate to althe jubilarian "No honor or cease-!meat in the church, and the assassin, for One Seminarian. Pta~a:':.enditions rever:~-.~'istation in the southwestern par, t ofllation, which may come to Fatherta professed anarchist, who gave his ~. ~, l~ se,a, .... l ~tiu~ ~+. 95 Per cent of tholthe Province of Kwangtung, China. lQmlle," sa, d His Eminence, "will evrlname as Joseph Aha, ~as found ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES. i |be ~0~'~ l~O]~an Catholi~ /~ It has been staffed by Father Charles[overshadow, will ever dim, or even lguilty of murder and hanged. it~i great stra" ~' ~ A ~ ha bee The crime was without precedent t~ .~aa~i~^ .~ m on on. nt Walker, of San Francisco, and equal the honor that s n his inl ~.~lgri~a~d:~."~n making an n-~-IFather George Bauer, a native of being chosen as tt{e humble instru-lin American Catholic history. COMPLETE .... ~ the - -"" Frist Church Court in West ~l~_ _ Vatican a,~a~Germany, who came to Maryknoll meat to promote the glory of God, ml ST. MARY'S BURSE, Hot Springs ................................. $5,000.09 ~aator"-~ . - d ]al Th~s ~s the f~rst tm~e such a court [~0 ea0~- place now-,,~ifrom the Middle West the Eucharistic Congress, which the l ~" ntolerance o.~.~I Kochow the station to which the Holy Father himeslf termed thelhas been held m the Rocky Mountmn MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock_ .......... .-.. 5,000.00 F~~li~hder sOUthern pa;~ t::eY:Ut/d=C~n:? M:rykTo~tled:: gh:a~:Snttu:;l~gw~hu:h db:mugT~rCtui:dredfs ~heg~DinvIet ~di::em:sed of priests of ANNIEMARY HOLLAND-CRAIGJONES BURSE, PineBURsE,BlUffPine ...................... Bluff .................. ..... 5,000.005,000.09 the Adve ' sm f r ere of thousands of pilgrims to the tab The Rev Stamslas Woywood, O F [' ' rtisersf'n arthe in the interior. H - ." . .. " " ~c~i]li0- - ]Father Adol,~h Paschan,- of Martins ernacle door, and more than a million I M, Franciscan authority m Canon INCOMPLETE " OI t ~ e,, - . . . . ~ b- average Ala-lb rg, Me., a more seasoned missioner, of our own children to.the Eucharistic Law, fl.rrlved last week to act as wce BISHOP BYRNE BURSE .................................... $3,825.1' [~_~ox. a~.tart neither the]is in charge. A letter just received banquet in one morning."postula~or ~or tne case. ' " ' ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ............................. :=-_L .......... 4,841.50 :[el, ~'~alty of The full record of the civil trml ~ if ~en--a~or the State]at Maryknoll, N. Y., written toward Monsignor Quille was celebrant of of Aha was transmteo" ..... rote Latin L,~"a t for ,t Heflin re- the middle of February, shows that the jubilee Mass, and had for his dea- an(~. SACRED HEART BURSE ......................................... 258.00 ,as re sent to Rome A great deal of this W~ tell,,, ,, mainder of Kochow appeared, at that time, im- con and sub-deacon, the Rev. Gregory ..... " ...... BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE ................................... 100.{]4t ~:~ l~, and ~ae Tuscumbia mane from the "reds," but that radi- Moran and the Rev. William A. Too- recora wm De incorporate(1 m . ~n.e KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS ................... : $92.0e "q~ the formal documents that will be lind m ~.~ er-8,,_ Columbus col agitation was going on. Extracts lea of Baltimore, both classmates at . ~,fi:ht:~ e[e!~:iii::i~t~ew~P ~or~wts~odtsh:f ~htete:gid::;s:~:[a:Of:le ~!~meSe~:~fr~ii~t~AO:~at!i irtihnS iiaiffi:ii i INCOMPLETE BURSES ' "New ^f +~--n^r+her-" tro' bles has of honor to the Rt. Rev. Edward F. BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ............. tr The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrne, a memorial Bud , needle point ms ument. When asked Re., Hoban brahe with the Rev W J barely seeped in here. Despite the , P, Home corn- broadcasting of the agitators, times Kinsella of Chicago. about this Father Stanislas said that honor to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already neglect have not changed. The only news we the Dot- get at Kochow is from the local daily, ~1 and nobody ever believes it, so we are all serene. the edi- "So far, I have not met anybody which, in who is in favor of communism, even hi, among those who have nothing to lose ~," by it. Yet, nobody is doing anything aspiration that to try to keep it off. Local men of te his bushes influence retire to their country South ?', 1 ot an apostleI of rancor,', I ~PPle says "The man not Vote forl be( ~use that[ m Catholic r of bigotry. ] a citizen's this COUntry of citizen_ banner.,, Times of Alabama for hay- foUr-flush_ as Heflin nation.,, the "ex- han not (s c.) role he part" spirit of the a land freedom.,, the |en it Would nationwid~ to :he God places and let the agitators do as they like, feeling their duty is accomplish- ed when thew refuse to be agitated. "School boys, and especially school girls, have to parade every week or so and yell this and that. They don't really enjoy it, but what can they do? Farmers are being organized into unions, they don't know what for. They don't want to join the amens, but they are afraid that unless they do, they will not be allowed to rent land. I can't see how they figure this out, because the land owners are not keen to rent land to unionists They are afraid they would not be able to collect the rent. WILL CELEBRATE DISCOVERY OF OIL Cuba, N. Y. March 26.--The first recorded discovery of petroleum in America was made on July 18, 1627, so far as historians have been able to learn. The white man who first gazed upon the liquid was Joseph de la ~Roch d'Aloiln, a French mission- ary. The spot where he say the oil was at Cuba's oil spring on the Indian Reservation near Cuba Lake. It being 300 years on July 18th, since this dis- covery, it is proposed to celebrate the terdentenary in a fitting manner. The' Seneca Indians, in acting through their council, have granted none of the fellow priests of Father Leo knew of this phase of this self- torture. He said that he did recall that if one of the students who aided the priests to vest for Mass, hap- pened to tug Father Leo's vestments, Father Leo requested that he not do so again. Hearing to La.t Month The slain priest was buried in the community cemetery at Paterson, N. J. The Denver board of inquiry is the second that has been named in the case. The Rt. Rev. John J. O'Connor, Bishop of Newark, N~ J. named one which met in December, 1926. The Denver board was named upon the request of Bishop O'Connor and will make its report to him. to the Cuba Chamber of Commerce a From Newark the findings will be sent to Rome. right of way for a road from the The hearing m Denver will con- highway to the spring, as well tinue a month, it is expected. as a piece of land extending 75 feetI ...... , in each direction from the spring.,Most Rev. Frederick Keating, D. Steps ~o properly mark this spot, has been asked of the Legislature. It is understood that a bill appropriating "The only class of folks who are $5,000 for the purpose will be intro- enthusiastic about the whole business duced, with favorable prospect of are those who are in on the graft, passage. There is one other exception, consist- ing of ladies who are incompatibly married and of girls who don't want to be espoused to water buckets and a rice grinder. These fair ones are joyful, because the governmen is their sworn protector and no lady fancies otherwise. For some weeks fancies otherwise. SISTERS COLLEGE HELD UP AS MODEL BY CARD. LAURENTI Washington, April 2.---The Catho- lic Sisters College at the Catholic Uni- versity of America here has, in ef- fect, been held up as a model for institutions of its kind by no less an official than Cardinal Laurenti, Pre- e.~ices to the feet of the Sacred CongregatoR of Ryan and Religious, at Rome. Rater David l This fact has been revealed by a referred to translation which the Very Rev. Pat- ' from the rick J McCormick, Dean of the Sis- ,and poet ters College, has made of a letter Cardinal Laurenti wrote on the oc- was no cosieR of the opening of the new Alabama, Institute of the Sacred Heart, a col- Tennessee lege for the education of teaching Herald, Sisters, at Castelnuovo Fogiani, Italy. In his letter His Eminence said, in *art : "There are not wanting examples *f similar institutes already function- ing elsewhere with excellent results, as for example, the Sisters College at Amer the C~tholic University at Washing- political ton, U. S. A., established for many years, where a great number of Sis- been par- ters from approximately twenty dif- ferent comunties live together under appropriate discipline in order to ob- is feed- thin at this C atholc University their -'Y on raw teaching diplomas Passes "There is nothing to prevent as that the much being accomplished in Italy, Catholic where the needs of the school are nation, equally great and perhaps greater, OIII YOU can provided the work has the support, which undoubtedly it will have, of the to the superiors of all the religious teach- and dis- ink communities." says: The Institute of the Sacred Heart, spent which in general is calculated to per- form the same service for the teach- ing Sisterhoods of Italy that the Sis- tetrs College here does for the Orders of the United States, has now been We doubt, if auspiciously started. So far as plans have been carried, they call for the construction of a road giving easy access to the spring and the erection of an appropriate monument nearby. It is expected the dedication of the monument, on the anniversary of the date when the French missionary visited the spot, will provide the occasion for one of th largest demonstrations this vil- lage has ever witnessed. NUNS ACT AS PALLBEARERS London, April 1.--Nuns instead of the usual morticians acted as bearers at the funeral of Sister Mary St. John, of ~t. Bernard's Dominican Monastery, Leicester. Eight Sisters carried the coffin from the infirmary to the auto which conveyed it to the monastery ceme- tery, and six others bore it to the graveside. VATICAN REPUDIATES CHALDEAN WHO POSED AS PRIEST IN AMERICA Washington, April 1.--The Apos- tolic Delegation here has received no- tice, through Cardinal Gasparri, Papal Secretary of State, that the Sacred Oriental Congregation wishes to in- form the public that a certain Chal- dean layman, by name Alexis Ichou, was publicly denounced in 1923 by the same Congregation. The ec- clesiastical authorities of the Arch- diocese of Paris have also denounced him for taking up collections without authority and under the pret~ense of being a priest or lay-brother or of other ecclesiastical standing to whic~a he has no claim. / The Sacred Congregation thinks it necessary that the fact of this ec- clesiastical denunciation be made known as widely as possible and de- clares that this man is forbidden to take up any collection in any diocese of tke country. The above named Alexis Ichou was taken into custody by the U. S. Im- migration officials at Seattle, Wash., on February 19, 1927, and is be- now ling held for deportation. Ichou was lable to give bond to the amount of $1,600. D., Archbishop of Liverpool, has sign- ed a letter to the press, pleading for the admission of women to the police '.orce. FOSTER'S Odorless Cleaning Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed 50c i Called for and Delivered. 313 CENTER STREET Phon~ 8593 C. D. KENNY CO. Sugars WHOLESALE and RETAIL Phone 4-8041 llfi West Sixth Street LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The Clock of The clock of life is. wound but once And no man has the power To tell just when the hands will atop~ At late or early hour. NOW is the only time you own; r Live, love, toil with a will-- "Place not faith in "tomorrow," for The clock may then be still. JEFF J. RALEY General Agent Central States Life Ins. Co. 510 Federal Bank Bldll. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Phone 6834 Res. Phone 3-2368-J has a credit deposit of $3,825.57. This Burse calls for no stated amount of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and small donations 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 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 re- ceive due credit on the Seminary records. Previously acknowledged Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark ..... Catholic Daughters of America, Fort Smith, Ark... Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Hot Springs, Ark ......... Ignatian Knights, S. H. Academy, Helena, Ark ...... "Kindly" Donation from Levy ................................................ Bequest of Late Mrs. Bridget Sinnott__ Anonymous, Hot Spring~, Ark Ignatian Knights, Helena, Ark ............................... " Children of Sacred Heart Academy, Helena, Ark..___ Pupils of St. Anne's Academy, Fort Smith, Ark. ............ St. Andrew's Cathedral School Children ................. Pupila of St. Anne'~ Academy, Fort Smith, Ark ....... .$2,918.~ 10.00 100.00 1~0.00 25.00 |,0~ LO0 500,00 50.00 10.00 35.00 20.00 75.00 30.00 Total ............................................................. $3,825.57 BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE Very Rev. Monsignor A. P. Gallagher, Mena, Ark ......... $1oo.oo ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY ALUMNI BURSE This Burse is a foundation by the priests who have been ordained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the faculty and the students of this important diocesan insti- tution. Previously acknowledged .................................................................... $2,081.50 Bequest of Mrs. Bridget Sinnott, Little Rock, Ark ............................ 500.00 Alumnus 1923 .................................................................................. 500.00 Alumnus 1916 ........................................................................... 800.00 Miss Bridget Boyle, North Little Rock, Ark .................................. 1,000.00 ~_lumnus 1926 .................................................................................... 100.00 Alumnus 1917 ............................................................................ 100.00 The Catholic Daughters of America, Fort Smith, Ark ................... 100.00 Friends, Slovactewn, Ark ............................................................ 10.00 Thanksgiving, Hot Springs, Ark .................................................. 50.00 Mr. W. B. Healey ................................................................................ 100.00 Total .......................................................................................... $4,841.50 SACRED ELEART BURSE Grateful Recipient of Favors ........ Morrilton Friend Grateful Recipient of Favors_ Anonymous Donation "Kindly" Recipient of Many Foyers, McRa~, Ark ........... Grateful Recipient of Favors, Memphis, Tenn. A Brockton Friend Thanksgiving, Anonymous, Little Rock, Ark ....... Thanksgiving for Favors Received "Kindly," Cathedral Parish._ A. J. P., Morrilten, Ark Friend from Paris, Ark. Anonymous Thanksgiving for Favors Reeeived $ I00.00 &00 S0.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 ~.00 1,00 2g.00 6.00 5.00 8.00 4.00 10.00 ~0.00 Total__ $ Z~8.@@ KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BURSE Arkansas K. of C. Councils $ $9~.00 INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for further information regarding any of ~dl matters pertain- ing to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and likewi~ all donations should be sent to the Rvetor, Rt. Rev. Manst~or W. H. Aret~, St. Jolm~ Seminary. .~