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PAGETWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920. AND PERSONAL ,-+- Doctors Hold Meeting. The regular monthly rffeeting of the St. Vincent's Infirmary Staff was held Tuesday evening at the Infirm- ary, fo]!owed by a choice menu under Rev. Thomas Martin of Hope and Rev. Otto Butterback of Osceola were visitors in Little Rock last week. Rev. Brother Luke, O. S. B.,  of Subiaco Abbey is progressing most favorably after ari oReration pro- the directions' of the staff dieters. formed at St. Vincent's Infirmary. ' The reports of the progressive in- augural of Class A methods in all depa.rtments of the hospital work were matters of encouragement for the full staff present at the April :meeting. Schaer-Ayre. A very beautiful home wedding took place on Saturday, April 10, at 2 o'clock, the contracting parties be- ing Ml. Mary ](line Schaer and Captain Harry Donnell Ayres, of Philadelphia, the, ceremony being per- formed by Monsignor T. V. Tobin, S. S., in the presence of the family and friends. Attractive decorations were arranged, blossoms and love knots of hltle. Preceedin the ceremony Miss Anna Louise Keller, sang, "0, Promise Me." Prof. Keller layed the wed- ding march. The nlace of ceremony was designated by an imvrovised altar of helms, and a-ked with wicker baskets filled with Easter lilies. Many lf, hted tapers burned brightly. The bride who was unattended en- tered with the ,room She wore a taqored suit of blue tricotine, with hat and accessories of brown. Her c-qae was of orchids and lilies. Cant. ar, d 1Vs. Arras left on the '10 trslu for New Orleans and unon *ho;r tvrn wfU be t hme at the 14ntM Belmont. Camp Pike. The bride is a very attractive -,nm' woman and is the only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Une. She ,r,q born and reared in Little Rock. whre vhe has always been lovod nd I admired by both young and old. Fief many charms of manners, brinrimr her a world of fr;end who are -Teat- hr interested in her future hannineq. She comes of one of' Little Rock's nie.v Catholic families. .a'tain Avres is with the Seventh Infantry statiored at Came pike t,,4 -,ed 19 monthq nversea. with t h- Third *Division, taking Part in six encounters. ,Cards by Mrs. Hornibroel. Mrs. James Hornibrook entertained at cards on q'ulav nftrnonn forthe benefit of the Cathedral Aid Society. The sDacions rooms were beautifully done in dogwood blpssoms, and spring flowers. Thirty-six tables were vlayi .and fourteen prizes awardt, d for high score. Delicious refreshments were served. Rev. Doctor Clarendon of St. Ed- ward's, Texarkana, is a guest at the Bishop's House this" week. Miss Rose Lafferty of 1624 Broad- way has Miss Margaret Murphy of St. Louis as her .guest of the week. Mrs. Joe Eaton is on from Boston, Mass., enjoying the balmy Arkansas weather as the guest of Mrs. M. J. Finn of 2300 Louisiana St. Miss Margie Redmond, nurse at St. Wncent's Infirmary, is enjoying a isit at her home in Ft. Smith. Mrl and Mrs: N. W. Harper and young son, Nelson Jr., left Thursday I for their future home in Denver,! Colo. Miss Ellen Mattingly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mattingl$, Sr., is a guest at St. Joseph's Infirmary Hot Springs. '. Mrs. Frank J. Ginocchio will leave this week for Texas, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Robert Welsh, and Mr. Welch Recent Death Mrs. Jane P. McCabe Moser, wife of A. G. Moser of Bucyrus, Ohio, died at 10:4 Wednesday night at the home of her mother, Mrs: I. D. MeCabe, 2115 Arch street. Funeral notice later. U. S. Mail Hazards. Owing to the destruction of the Union station at Little Rock last week, with attendant loss of mail, ex- press and baggage, vce must be care- ful about just whom to blame when it is a ease of delivery or receipt of letters or packages. The loss was not great according to reports, but still it might have been yours or mine. "Wlether or no," make al- lowances: I Chaplain Sliney at Rome. Rev. Edmund C. Sliey, recently attached to the r Third Division at Camp Pike, now on European trans- POrt service; had an audience with Pope Benedict on April 4th, accord: ing to the press cable. .Centre Ridge Missio n . :Rev. John P. Fish'er of Little Rock College visited the Italian colony at Centre Ridge, on Saturday and Sun- day, giving all the ooportunity for their East6r confession and com- munion. Moved to Texarkana. , T. J. Berkmeyer[ formerly of 1206 Center St., this city, is now a resi- dent of Texarkana and business manager of"the sales department of the Oldsmobile agency located at 220 Ehn St., Texarkana. Fairmon-Haas. The wedding" of Miss Frances Ruth, daughter of Mrs. John William Fair- men of North Little Rock. and Wil- liam F. Haas of St. Peel, Minn., took ace at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Ma-- day morning, at 9:30 o'clock the ceremony being perfon, aed by Rev. Father Wernke, in the pesence of the families and a few intimate riendS."lWr.'ahd"Mrs. S. C. Dan&. Tdge were the only attendants. The aride, who tsa very attractive and popular ybung woman, wore a going- ,away gown of dark blue, with acces- :series. to match. Her corsage was of sunset roses. Mrs. Dandridgewore Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. John Ambort an- nounce the engagement and ap- roachfn marriage of their'daugh- ter, Merle Joseph;no, to William B. Binz, the wedding to take place Wed- nesday morning, April 21, at St. Ed- ward's Church. Benefit Dance. Mrs. T. J. McCarthy and Mrs. H. H. Myers x6ll ive a benefit dancing party at old Little Rock College Fri- day evening. April 16, 'or the Cathed- ral Aid fund. Maser Stardlaus Bodzlok __Hartford, April 5.Stanilaus Bod- ziok, the 12-yeax-okl son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bodziok, was accidentally killed by "/'ailing under a motor truck upon which he was riding at Hart- ford on last Monday. The Hartford correspondent for the Guardian gives the details of this sad event izr another l eolumn of this issue. Funeral ser- vices 'were held in St. LeG's Church at Hartford, Rev. Dr. A. Stocker O. S. B., of the New Subiaco Abbey, celebrating Requiem Mass and offici- dark blue. anti carried a boucmet of ating at the burial in the local eeme- bride roses. Mr. and Mrs. Haas left l tery" on 'the afternoon train for a honey- I St. V incent's Aid. moon, to be sent in the north and east. After May 1. they ,dll be at St. Vineent's Aid Society, held its home at St.' Paul..Minn,. where the regular monthly meeting in the hos- groom is en.a:ed in business, The[pital parlors on Mbnday afternoon. bride as a host of friends in Little Dues were collected, and two new Rock and Noh Little Rock. who re- members were enrolled. Mrs. Ed O'Brien in charge of the children grets very much her departure, auxiliary reported that the enroll- Ft.. Ccstello in California. I ment of children was very gratifying After closing the successful mis-. and that much interest was being siGn at the Church of Our Lady of displayed. Good Counsel, and the retreat exer-I .... cise t Me. ,qt. Marv'  few dU,a  St. Joseph's Guild. later, Rev. John A. Costello, ,at Ft. M--r: ' Gsbe Prat/c and Yrrs.'-Steve Wayne A,ostolate journeyed on to the. Pruniski entertained the St. Joseph's Pacific coast, where he shortly will Guild Tuesday ni-bt at the borne rf " NEXT WEEK SUNDAY, APRIL 18 ................................ St. Andrew, Martyr MONDAY, APRIL 19 ........... . ................ St. Elphege, BI. Martyr TUESDAY, APRIL 20 .................... Sts. Sulpicius and Servil, M. M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 ........................ Solemnty of St. Joseph THURSDAY, APRIL 22 ...................... Sts. Soter and Caius, M. M. FRIDAY, APRIL 23 .................................... St. George Martyr SATURDAY, APRIL 24 ..................... .--St. Fidelis of Sig. Martyr number for exceptional honor without reason. So with St. George. Had he not been a most wonderful mar- tyr, had he not seemed to outshine all othe martyrs, they would cer- tainly not have glorified him in ,such unmistakable fashion. Cimrches were dedicated in his honor in the East, and his feast was kept as a holiday of obligation. One of the [many churches of St. George in Con kstantinople is said to have been built by Constantine the Great, the first Christian Emperor. It would thus appear that the worship of St. George began very ear',y for Constan- tine in restoring the Christian relig- ion, which had been persecuted so long and so cruelly that the Christ- ians had scarcely  church to meet in, would naturally dedicate his frst churches to the most popular .saints. St. George In Western Church. From" the Et the devotion to St. George spread to the West. St. Gregory of Tours tells us that he was held in great veneration in F]$nc as early as the sixth century. W4 knw that churches were dedicat- ed to him there. Many countries. ,s t;me we'nt on. chose him for their Patron Saint. He may be said to bare been the Patron of the whole of the Christian East, In the West. Sicily, he Reoub!ic of Genoa, as well as several of the provinces and towns of ?"ain, A.on, Barc.lona,  Valen- cia and Malta, chose him formally for their Patron. venice instituted conduct missions in several of the Mrs. Pratt, I003 Arkansas Ave. Chu'rch, North Little Rock, will give California narishes. On the western TwentT-fve members were present., tri he bad,the nleasure of vecom- ] f',uests of the clnh wre: *rs. W. B. i their regular monthly social Tuesday panying, his moter and two sisters Yanch, Mrs. A. ShOrt, Mrs. Lillian Thenig!*t'ladiesAprilin20'charefrOm 8willtO 11beO'Clock.s. who were enrnute to Seattle where iPratt, Mrs. Joke Baher, Miss Kate idames Jendras, Balmat, Kaiser, Quda they are to visit near kin. Father Fraley. Anv Hemnlln: and the Carmaek. Beshoner and Frederis Sr. Costello a]6 n',tcl-ad another, Misses Nine and Edith Quidor. Messrs nleasan at- i catching un with Gee. Bidwell, A. Short, J. McGuire: CardSinvited.Will feature. Friends cordially St. George In the Eastern Church. I CITY CItURCH ' St. George has always been honor- DIRECTOI{Y ed in the Eastern Church as "the f Great /artyr." The name is s/g-/ Hours of DevoHon nificant. Not as a great martyr is[ St. Andrew's Cathedral, corner he honored but a the great Martyr,  Seventh and Louisiana streets--Sun- and if no other martyr so great, ldays: Masses at 7, 9 and 11 (high); Men do not single out one of their evening services at 7:45; First Fri- Father O'Rourk, % J. who is mak- and $. Jarski. Prizes at bridge were ing the coagt "trip in leisure stages, won by M. F. V/intz, Mrse. F. Bid- which from latest renort. ive nro- well and Mrs. F. Pratt. Th club day evening services at 7:45, Rt. Rex'. Men. Thos. V. Tobin, Rector; Rev. H. H. Wernke, Assistant. Residence 617 Louisiana street. Phone 3799 Main. St. Edward's Church, corner Ninth and Sherman streets -- Sundays: Masses ,tt 7, 8:30, 10:30 (high); even- mg servis 7:30; Friday vening ser- vices at 7:30. Rev. Man, us Rohner, O. S. B., Pastor; assistant, Roy. Pins Zroyssig, 0. S.B.. Residence 813i herman. Phone M. 5089. Our I_dy of Good Counsel Church, Ninth and MarshallSundays: Mass. es at 8 and 10 (high). Rev. P.'H. Boyle, pastor Residence 1615 W. Ninth. Phone 4411. St. Bartholomew's Church (colored) Sixteenth and Marshall streetsSun- days: Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 (high); evening services at 5:89. Rev. J. J. Steinhauer, S. V. D., Pastor. Resi. deuce 1615 West Sixteenth streeL Phone M. 2994. St. Patrick's Church, North Litth Rock, Seventh and Cypre:s streets-- Sundays: Mass at 8 and 10 (high); evening .ervices at 7:30. Rev. A. :Demurrer, Pastor Res;dence 706 Mire street: Phone M. 4102. St. Mary's Church, North Little Rock, Fifteenth and Moss streets-- undays: Masses at8 and 10 (high); evening serviceu at--:30. Rcv. Peter artodz(j, Pastor. Residence Six- teenth and Moss streets. Phone M. The smaller checking accounts are given the most careful detail attention at this bank, where good service is the rule. The checking accounts of small businesses Union and Mercantih Trust Company DIOCESAN NOTES Second and Louisiana Streetg ', e,*ler of knighthood in honor of 686. Pt. George in 1200, Spain , in ............................ 137, Austria in 1470, Genoa in Food sale 1J~2, Rome in 1492: and in modern The Food Sale held at the Lonergan t;-os, Bavaria in 1729. Russia fn Store on Saturday last,,was most sue- 1767, and Hanover i 1839. ' cessful, $120 being realized. The At the present day the devotion to ladies in charge were Mesdames F. J. St. Geerre in Germany. Austria, Ginocchio, Herman Lensing, Louisa Junior Ghoir, the splendid concise ser- Northern Italy and Switzerland, takes KeIIer and T .... W Chichester All Imon ............... oy r- rmrm, al espoKe cue the fdrn of a medal of the Saint ikinds of cooked food, fresh eggs and ,,,,, .o,6n- .., t.. a a fmt were on sale at very reasonable lers' shops are full of these medals, i " " - [above art; msic and eloquence was rlge " ]era' shor)s are ful of these medals, p - ]the glormus riving Faith of the ira,, silver, and wl, io metaI. They ....   _ " meuse congregation so teIHngty mani- alnearal Ale rary. [ ............ , bear an equestrian fiare of St  ............... esea oy me aevou reeepmn oz tlo, y Geor'e slaving the drazon, with the I [ne uanearm m ocmy wm  .. ' I [ ommumon entertain at cards, at Cathedral hall iarpUon Sanctus C, eor,;us, eeul- K. of C. Recefve Commumom turn vatronus--St. George, patron Monday afternoon, April 19. The Knights of Columbus who at- of horsemen " Emil F. Hanggi. tended Mass in a body were conspicu- t When the Crusaders swept down EYnff F. HangS, aged 50 years, ous for their large numbers]piety and upon the East, one of th most prom t [ - " " d'ed Tuesday morning at 4 o clock at order marking their approachment of l inent figms amidst the wzrlike his home, 1316 McGowan "treet the H01y'Table. thron, was Richard I of England He e o . i , N-ativ f SwitzerIand. Survived bv Seminary Collection Gerrtms. too, Idle the men of hm hme wanted - " " .' his w"fe, three sons, Emil, Leo and The generous, eollect/on--oer two [a patron saint .under whose protec- Herbert Hangif, three (laughters Ida, hundred: dollarsfor our, Dioceseart tmn he might fight the battle of the fld [ .... :' Mat" e and Teresa; also by three Seminary was mnother testimon, ia] o" l,rd With a .ldier'. ist;net he _.: v_r_--:_ --a .  -, the Catholic and zealous spirit of the ...... brothers, Herin++,, tss, anu +ugut [chose n soId:ier sa;nt, st. George; oVa Jand Tbeodore Probst. Funeral ser- Immaourate Conception Parish. chosen, lure", too, m" t:at very Eastern . Iv fees were heId at St. Edwards The, 10 o'clbck iass ws.. a High ntrv where the Saint had won l:s [ Church Thursday morning, Rev Fath Mass sung. by Ft. J. Lundergan.. The :,?v, renown ei,ht hundred years b-'[er Maurus Rohner in charge" Pall mixed choi:meer 'thai;" direction of ' " ' " " Profesm)r Beredyn, rendered most el- fore IIowever he governed or ms t " - . ' '" bdarer were, Frank Schlumpbe, Joe feetivly ' Mam'zo's Mass in E fiat. governed his sub iects at home, Rich- Engleberger, John KirsoeI. John Binz. Vicar' Hammerel% "Regina Cecile  ard of the Lion Heart did vail:rot Louis Speck and Paul Ltmtle. Burial smwice atrainst the irrfiffeL At in Calvary. was the offertm selection and sung Acre and Ascalon and affa, he in a'. ,ery finished' style bF Mrs.. Kath- who stood a head and shoulder tsl]- FIEST HOLY COMMUNION erin BroaII:. er than the rest of men made him- AT THE CATHEDRAl, , Rev. Dr. Horan .Ireaches self the terror of the foe. and cme Dr. Horan's usual el:oquence was to be looked uoon as invulnerable, lt Or Sunday, April 12th, a number again most aceeptable to the large the name and war-cry "Sg. George ' of children who bare been under in- cangregatfon, among whom were inany were ever on his lips, and he sremed struction for several weeks received non-Caghelics, and his conclusive de- to rely more unon the protection of their" Fr.' l=foly C0mmunon during dctiomr abounding through his welI his natron saint than unon tba the 7 o'clock lffass. A aretessmn'was' chosen theme, "The One True Church," weight of his own giant frame or the formed at the schov! hall. and the were most convincing to our separated swinging crash of his huge bat- vhildren marmd in a b,s,y t the brethern who hadthe blessing of tle-axe Once, in the battle, when church, heargthe sermon. the infidel forces were pressing the The alter was beautifully decorated Van Buren Services. Christiahs closely, and even the reck for the occasion. In the evening the On. Holy Thursday, Yr. Kordsmeier less valour of Richard seemed ower- First Communion class were enroIe.i gave the parishoners of St. Michaels less to restore the ,fortune of the in the Brown Scapular. Church, Van Buren, the privilege of fight, St. George fs said to have ap- The foIlowing is the list of the First Mass and Holy Communion. On Eas- peared, mounted on a white horse. Communion: tar Sunday he sang High Mass there leading on the Christians to victory. I George Kumpe Mary Mrafler. and then motored to Jenny Lind for ,The English people took up the de- t George Byraes. JMary Allen. the I0 o'clock Mass. votion of St. George as the knights Willimn Miller. xqvlvia De Clerk. "Within the past ten days Rev. Fr. , had take up the war-cry, and St. 'James Carlin. Elizabeth Ward. Martin, from Hope, and Rev. Fr Peo- i George bcome the national patron William Schliep. iElizabetb Richaxd. pleh, flcm Little loek, have been saint of England. ' William Burke. guanita Lindsay. visitors in Ft. Smith. Carson Bray. IMyrtle Hawkins. Report of Altar Society Altar Society Social. George Twohey. Louise Crockett Julging fl'om the following report , John Healey, :Eugenia Dicosmo. the Altar Society of the Immaculat 'The Altar Society of St. Patrick's William Robinson.Amelia Metrailer. } Conception is in excellent working Wayman Lindsay. Mildred Estrada. /order. FORT SMITH. Catholic Zeal i:n Flourishing City Makes Joyful the Eastertide. Lenten Season in the Immaculate Parish was well observed, the large attendance at the daily Mass and eve- ning Services .proving the practical Faith of the devoted congregation. Holy Week Devotions. The Holy Week services were er- ried out according to the ceremonial prescribed for churches which are not Cathedrals, the pasteL'Dr. Hean, being assmtcd by Rev. Fr. Kord- meier. St. Annes choir was very at- :tentive throughout the cek'emonies and rendered in a creditable manner the Liturgical music. On Easter Saturday, following the blessing of the New Fire, the Paschal Candle and the Baptismal Water these ceremonies being chanted by Fr. Kordsmeier--Dr. H4[ran baptized a large number of converts, among the m bring a family of six persons. Easter Celebration. Easter Sunday dawned gray, cold and stormy, but the dreary elements could not prevent the many hundreds from. wttending he first Mass and seemed only to serve as a striking con- trast with the glow, warmth and vivid beauty presented within the precincts of the Church. The,Alfs and Sanctuary were a Sale at Stands For Boy's Surplices ToI Expenses Janftor ($8 per month Lagndry (Altar linens Mas offerings for the Sanctuary Oils, Altar wine, candles- and sundry Altar supplies For ettertainments I For flowers :Victory Loan Freight oa Altar Receipt oks, candles, etc. Balance Mrs. Nicholas $ St. Edward's SL Edward's Guild gave nua[ Easter tea at the St. vent on ,ast Tuesday. It nounced success both financibdly. Large the parlors and reception were beautifully ad'orned and cut-flowers. A short: ful program was rendered lowing, Who were indeed their respective . "One Fine Day,  from harmunioxs grrangement that all ar- .terfiy. " tistic detail could devise wih foliage, l "Laddie," Mrs: "1: Shall Mee ot," flowers and lights. The sweet inspir- ing alleluias and Easter hymns of the  SchetY. "Mither Heart," Mrs. L. berg. Piano Selection, Professo! ation wi] 8nday, at 10t  edueat "A Cycle of Loveg Mr e last fe Mayo. aPpoinb SL .amne's Aeader  So oval "The Mystic Rose," pres p, which group of St Anne' pupil[,. ! emtUtion and Tuesday night ih' HOFy . wrtsng , a wonderful success from ifl of view. Hundreds whett mas'a   to th the performance are request,,. production next year. Fol: ay Pm FrS A notices from local' papersrJwi,," a " nout Favoral}le Pre N'o,le The S uthwestern Ameqt, n0t a "Pupils of St. Anrm's A vane n/ght presented" in tTroroug of t manet a Pas } u PT, v whi. , A refer essed and enjb.eff by  ra , r Gored wh)ch" crowded" the audit i_zer Justl made the record' of" .tur _ ri t 'scores of per.,ons who hadL ' t missmn tO the hg!L The ! mad as i repeated tonight, and beC,q[_:egativ success scored' last night, I[lt the tle doubt another packedL"a e 'eet tbe performers. 'St.|v s been mls often in te past It Is, and capably entertained thelr'_ylt  Once friends, but never beforl"Yo cc "one better work than the  the pt in the Passion Play. n the staged and' costumed, thel'lEElliott celiently actOt and the Y F on Th, formers evince not onIY 'With a artistics talents, but the tes and lent ihfng given them If. of C structors." Rveninl The "C/ty Items" repo id meee "The Mystic Rose, or The nt given in St. Anne's audit ably ir l  day and Tuesday of He ' 'bile its pronounced a succgss il I t sehoo and the Sister w]io traint eOnnee actors to such proficie t the rejoice at the result of ely due efforts in their, behalf.  whidh "Among the leading c!|  diShar showed marked ability [. leon litlejohn, who toole time a Leah; Catherine Hancr [eftts ot sonated both the wife !:[ekJendec Pilate and the Empty'Cement Irene Sehmidt, who apl gresslve recuperation to this popular olors/were carried out in the decors- author and preacher.  I tions and refreshraeats. HOLY WEEK book,--all the:Me- votlons of Passion time--in English, will be on sale a the BOOKERY. i John Castle. ,Mary Brown. Frances Redmond. LIGHT ON NATURE OF CANCER A" French scientist, Prof. Champy, c+.,+m to bare discovered the cause of Cancer. It is not caused by a mi- crobe, he says, but by "distUrbances Amount in Treasury, January 1, 1919, $816.50. Receipts. Monthly dues ............... $498.75 Donation ................... 34.30 Donations to .Vestment Fund_~ 25.00 Collections for flowers ..... __ 137.65 Entertainment Mach 17 ...... 34.85 of the functional equilibrium of the Sale of eandles .............. 74.50 body." He claims to have produced Victor Bond ............... 50.00 ncers outside the human body, Interest on bonds ........... 3.43 , -' .+ -, . Roman sorceress; Mary P was Pilate' daughter at  Marie Seherry, who w 18 years. The act whe tian women were impri! lomans was startlingl/ garet Mary Prenderga qkfnner were very gra they bore the train of Bettlse Burns was amO qower girls that sat be1 (Continued on P J ere la s to the been d tlfS a cc $2S.0, hlak to a be 'sl ' the 8c] ,C,L.