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L AND SCHEDULE .* APPOINTMENTS " AND CON- " FIRMATION * 26th, 10 a.m. * April 26, 2 p.m. * April 27, 9 a.m. " April 27, 3 p.m. * Bluff. April 28, 10 * 28, 2:30 p.m. * 29, Ordinations. * 30 10 a.m. * April 30, 2:30 p.m. * Conception, May a, Ill. May 1, 2:30 $ May 1, 4:30 p.m. * May 2, 9 a. m * May 2, 2:30 p.m. * URST, DRUGGIST St. Phone 21300 riends of Mr. and Mrs. formerly of Little PERSONAL [] ' TIlE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1923 PAGE THREE " aint 0r' ere(l.the parish as ne f the best ever f- COMMUNICATIONS 0000minarg00 SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUCATION AND TIAINING OF WORTIIY ECCLESI- ASTICAL ST UDENT: IN ST. JOHN'S SEM1NARY FOR THE PRIESTttOOD OF ARKANSAS. A Burse Is a Sum of Money invested a'wl Drawing Emugh Inter- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for One Seminarian. Any Full Burse or Share in An Incomplete Btr# May Be Do- mted in Memory of the Deceased. New Burses or Donations Toward An l'nomplete Burse Will Bc Gretfully Received atd Recorded. CA'I'H EDRAI NOTES S:,nday Masses l,dw Mttsscs at 7-9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a m. Weekday Masses Mas:ses daily at 6-8 a. m. Evening ])eve(ions Devotmns on Sunday evening , at '7:45, consisting of the recitat;on ot- 1 the Rosary, a Sermon and Benediction iI of the Most Blessed Sacrament. d : Devotions on the First Friday o the month in honor of the Sacred Heart at 7:,15 p. m. Confess'=ons [ Confessions are heard ell Saturday from 4-6 and 7-8:30 p.m. Confes- sions are also heard n the Thursday preceding 'the ,Fir:;( Friday at the same hours, on Sunday morning be- fore the low Masses and every morn- ing before the eight o'clock Mass Cathedral Catholic Club ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE The first business meeting of the ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, ttot Springs ..................... $5,000.00 Cathedral Catholic Club under the di-]MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...................... 5,000.00 rection of the new officers was held in ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 Cathedral Hail Monday night with a MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ................... 5.000.00 large attendance. JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock .......................... 5,000.00 It was announced that the club in-I ,tended to purchase a Christmas Crib 1 INCOMPLETE for the Cathedral and plans are on BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ....................................... $1,22500 -foot to, set aside a definite amount ST" JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ....................................... 917.00 each month for the payment of this SACRED HEART BURSE ...................................... 100.00 crib. INCOMPLETE BURSES Paducah, Ky., were' It was also decided to give a bene- 4it card party about the third week in Bishop Byrne Burse of the favorable i May. Tljs affair will be in charge The Burst to be known (as the Bshop By he, a ne'm, orml hon- Broyles after a seri- i of the following committee: Louise o' to the first Bishop of the Diocese o.f Little Rock, already has a performed last Mahoney, chairman; Mary Froley, credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for 'no stated a,mount Louise Simon, Margarite Fields, Chris of do,ntio,n, and its present sum total ix the res?tlt of lrge and Wright, Hickey Himstcdt John Sny- S]t*ll donations by those interested in perpetuati'ng the .]rtaT7.e of  Kett-'er concludes her] der and W. B. McCommll. The exact Bishop Byrrm in connection with the priesth, ood of the diocese G.. C. Rectory, West] l, week, and will take (tateTheWillfollowingbe announCedcommitteelater.was ap- work,Which (t,Tdhe organizedof Ms life.a'nd unto wMch he gave of his prayers, of M' rest sojourning with pointed to investigate taking over The Bish, op Byr,ne Burse is a popular one, toward which even some articles of faith left on hand donations of one dime or more will be acceptable and receive due . ince the elosing of the Bookery, to ,.ogosk of Muskegon, lb e sohl for the benefit of the club: credit on the Seminary records. -est of Mr and Mrs. A. Azile Hogan, ehairnmn; Grace Mitch- Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Jell and Louis Fougiere. .... Members who have old Victrola rec- Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 winch was scheduled for lord s were asked to donate them for Donation ................... 500.00 Donation ................... 200.00 27, at Little Rock Col- the disabled soldiers at Fort Roots Club Gift .................... 10.00 indefinitely postponed and to either bring them to Father Rev. Friend 5.00 CrOWded calendar of the :, Moran or get in touch with Mr. Frank .................. Orchestra. J.J. M ....................... 2.00 ;'Letzig, president, who will be glad to M.E.D. 1.00 l call for them. " .................. ,. Martha B .................... 1.00 Nuptials [ The following standing committees J.S., Jr ...................... 50 chapel at Armstrong were appointed: Executive Comnfit- Edw. and John ............... 50 be the scene of a MaY ltee: Frank Letzig, chairman; An- and Mass on Edward W. Kett-[thony Rogoski, Agnes Auderer, Katie Ttal ...................... $1225.00 . Durst, James Tuohey, Marie Benton. nected with the hotel Margaret Himstedt, Agnes Scolley, St. John's Alumni Burse Will be united in holy Ruth Ellen Zeisler, John Snyder an(i Previously acknowledged .... $900.00 Lillian Gerbert of Willie Mitchell. Rev. Friend 5.00 Rev. Gee. tI. - ................ Financial Committee: Katie Durst, Rev. Alumnus .............. 10.00 officate. The young chairman; May Letzig, Frank Weber, Morrilton Friend ................. 2.00 'residence in Helena, Virginia Rogoski, W. B. McConnell is now employed, and Ed Wright. Total ....................... $917.00 Rock friends of Mr. Welfare Committee: Father Me- among the wedding ran, chairman; Rose Lafferty, Bess This Burse is a foundntion by the priests who have been or- [ Rogoski, Mary Froley, Aileed Celia- chalked from the Sem,mry and is open to the clergy and the people g [ more, Elizabeth Kelly, Ruth Church, it general as a recognition of the present-day success of the focal- of Miss Pauline Mar-, Victor Koers and J. V. Gibbons. ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. daughter of Mr. and Transportation Commitee: tL. W. of Levy, Ark., Perry,' chairman; Harvey Bosshardt, Berg of Fort Des Joe Beck, Bernard Heinze, John Berg, Sacred Heart Burse Ia., was solemn-j. E. Downing, Hickey Himstedt and Grateful Recipient of Favors .................................... $100.00 Church, Ninth Louis Oberste. INFORMATION AND DONATIONS at 9 o'clock [ The next meeting of the club will Request for further infornmtion regarding any or all matters pertaining The bride was be the regular social meeting and will to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like-. White canton crepe be in charge of the following commit- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. in handsome laoe. She tee: Rita Wallace, chairman; Marie D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth an State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. length tulle yell and Oberle, Arline Duerr, Walter Powell bOquet of white sweet Louis Hoffman and D. M. Murphy. ' x. "; ........ were Miss 1 C00urvh Calendgr of the bride, and Obituary bridesmaid wore or- Funeral sewices fm  the late Wil-[ chine and carried a liam Lannon, who died at St. Vin- I  -- ,.  ..... i - _v Oses. The Rev. Father cent's Infirmary Monday afternoon,] NE dt, assistant rector of were held at his home, 2201 Vance St., I  r WE ,. Was in charge of the Wednesday, Rev. Jas. P. Moran offi- Sunday, IV AFTER L.,STER,'' , April 29.--St. Hugh, Abbot, was a prince Uch Was witnessed by a elating. He was a member of the K. related to the soverign house of the Dukes of Burgundy. When sixteen friends. Special of C. and the local council fmfisheo, years old he made his profession in the religious life and when only funeral escort. His body was taken to St. Louis, and interred in the fami- ly lot. His widow and four children survive. the choir. After at the home of Mrs. Leon E. Major, Went to the home of an all-day held. Mr. and Mrs. Fort Des Moines. costume of the bride crepe with accesso- twenty-five he succeeded to the government of the great Abbey of Cluny. He (tied in 11.09 and was canonized twelve years later by Pope Calixtus lI. Monday, April 30.St. Catherine of Sienne travelled through Italy, bringing back rebellious cities to obedience to the Holy See. She brought Gregory XI back from Avignon to Rome anti was counsellor of Urban VI: She died in Rome at the age of thirty-three in 1380. Tuesday, May 1.--Sts. Philip and James, Apostles. Philip was one of the first chosen by Christ and St. James (the Less) was the author of an inspired epistle. According to St. Paul, St. James was favored with a special apparition of Christ after the Resurrection. Wednesctay, May 2.St. Athanasius, Bishop, was born in Egypt and defended the faith against the heresy of Arius. For forty-six years he fought, well nigh alone, for the true Faith. He is honored as one of the greatest of the Doctors of the Church. He died in 3/3. Thursday, May 3.--The Discovery of the thdy Cross. Commemorates the finding of the relic by St. Helen, the mother of the Emperor Constan- tine in 326. After the Cross, together with the two crosses used in the execution of the two thieves, had been found, the character of the one upon which the Savior suffered was established by a miracle. Friday, May 4.St. Monica, the mother of St. Augustine, was born in 332, to and after a girlhood of singular innocence was given in marriage Patritius, a pagan. When her son, Augustine, went astray in his youth he was brought back to the Faith through her prayers. Saturday, May 5.--St. Plus V, was noted for the reforms which he enforced in the government of the Church and in the Roman Court as well as for the spotlessness of his own life. The holy league which he formed crushed the Turks at the great battle of Lepanto in 1571 and saved Christendom from the infidels. ST. EDWARD'S PARISH May Festival The different committees in charge o CHURCH S. I. A. are mak- for-the Flag raising Will take place on Friday after- 2:30. The 59 fot PUt in place this grounds. A beau- flag has also the S. I. A., and on The Flag ,atriotic cere- body, their ends taking part. A will appear in SOciety Altar Society immediately ising ceremonies 4th, to make card party. Society Men's Society will next Fri- the de- CONCERT AT SUBIACO )skar Rust's Virtuoso Violin Class te Present Sunday Program On Sunday, April 29 the virtuoso violin class of the Oskar Rust Con- servatory of Music, Little Reek, wil present a Sunday program at Subiaco College. Violinists plrticipating in ,the program are: Oskar Rust, director; Mabel Dalton, 'Chrystal White, Thresa Vinson, Mona i Lewis, Pauline Graham, Florence Spriggs, Ruby Lamb: Ruth Kirby, i Mary Ashc/'aft, Bertha Farris, Carson .Emerson, Thomas Morrissey, Willie Hall and Albe{t Sutton, Pianists: Vera Graham and Hazel Brewer. take place at this meeting. All the members are urged to be present. G. C. Society At the last monthly meeting the Good Counsel Society have voted that the First Sunday of the month will be the general communion Sunday In- stead of the third. They will receive Holy Communion in a body. The So- ciety, will repeat their performance given last Wednesday night at the parish hall at Mr. St. Mary's Acade- my, and also at the St. Vincent's on of officers will Nurses home the first of next week. Drawing Attractions To the Editor of The Guardian: As :pecial attractions will be see, As a sample of alertness and zeal, I commend to your readers the ex- the "Old Home Town" in charge or, ample of the writer of th'e enclosed the ladies of the congregation. The l letter. I might add, this is not the St. Rose Society will take over the can,!y l)ooths, embroidery booth, an( first time that Mr. Woodlock has been one of tim latest acquisitions intend- heard from, when a letter to the cd for the youngest and smallest vis- press had to he written, or a protest iors of the bazaar--the noise booth, had to be made. The Chikh'en of Mary will operate the The Mexican Clerical "Manifoto" old famous fishpond and promise To the Editor of the N. Y. Times: plenty of fun to their patrons. Mar- On Page 426 of The Nation datec, ( , , .ied an(| young men are h)oking after April 11, 1,)2.), there is printed trader the caption "A Bhst from the Clerl- the l)raclical side of life; they will take clmrge of the grocery store, cals," what the editor describes as a which will hold plentifully the neces- "manifesto ostensibly expressing the sary articles of life One trip to tiffs point of view of tlb extreme g:oup of grocery store will save you time in Catholics" in Mexico. n'eparing your daily meds a hint to This "manifesto" is on the face of the housewives, it a forgery. It makcs up in malice Unknown Specialty what it lacks in subtlety, It can One specialty, which is in charge of i hardly deceive any one except per- Mr. Jas. McNeil and iris committee, haps the editor of a "liberal" news- will be made public at a later (late. ]paper and the readers thereof. 'i?herefore. remember the date of i Lest, therefore, it start the rounds this year's May Festival, May 14 to of the "Knights of Columbus Oath 18th; be prepared and visit the ba- :route," I respectfully call your alten- (ion thereto. %aar, and with your help the success is assured. The bazaar will be held Thomas F. Woodlock. \\;in the basement of St. Edward's Mount Vernon, N. Y., April 6. church. T. Young Talented Artist The two recitals given last week by MUSSOLINI SEEMS the pupils of St. Edward's Musica| Conservatory were a complete success SATISFIED WITH and teacher and pupils have to be commented on their splendid work. Ot special interest and outstanding merit POPUL00 PARW though, was tim rendition of sevcra I solos by a gifted young violinist, Miss I Nettie Dehmer. With grace and ski]: Turin Congress Sbowed Desire of CAd- she entertained her audience, hich laboration With Existing Covern- showed its appreciation by repeated ment--Vatican Favors Course of applause. Miss Dehmer was .ably as- Action, sisted hy Miss Marie Narie, a promis- ing l)ianit. (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) School Play Rome, April 23,Continued parlit- The children of St. EdwarCs School mentary co-operation with the Mus- will give their annual benefit play solini government, on the part of the next Wednesday, May 2nd, at the par- Popular Party, has been determined ish hall. The performance will begin upon, following the failure of an at- at 8:15 p. m. and the public is cor- tempt at the Turin convention of the dially invited to attend, party to form a new group more fa- l)ramatie Club vorable to the Fascisti. There has Preparations are made and rehears- apparently been no abandonment of als begun for the next play given by the club. This will be the last per- Tormance of this season and a special program will be arranged f(y the oc- casion. The play will oe the latter part of May. NOTEI) SPEAKERS FOR THE MILWAUKEK.. CATHOLIC CONFERENCE (By N. C. W. C.'News Service) Milwaukee, April 22.A partial list of the noted leaders of Catholic thought in the industrial field who will address the Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems that is to be held in this city on June 27 and 28, tins been announced here. There will be four sessions, at each the entire affair have been preparing the Senate as well as in the Diet. In The St. Edward's parish will hold for several weeks to make it a corn-* the first Diet there were 30 priests its May Festival and Bazaar from plete success, especially these last few out of a total of 400 members. May 14th to 18th inclusive. After , weeks are given to strenuous labor in /. lapse of three years, this will be the an endeavor to present a Festival There is no limit to the power of a first time that a bazaar is again held. which will go down in the annals of good woman. the Popular Party program, the de- cision reached during the past few days being merely to continue the party's co-operation with Mussolini in routine'-atairs of government. Favor Co-operation At the Turin convention, there were several demonstrations against the Fascisti, caused, it is said, by local' controversies between the Faistf and the Popular adherents in various districts. The decisions of the con- vention, however, were in favor of" :party co-operation with the lIussoIin, i' regime, although an effort to form a party that would go farther than par- liamentary co-operation was squelch- ed. Anti-Clericals Would See Trouble The Liberal and Fascisti newspa- of which will be discussed some phase ,pers described the ongress as a mani- ) ' of Po];e Lees encychcal on the con ,f t t st he . " . ' " [ es a ion agai t Government, .dtmn of the working classes, which led to a conference between Dr. John A. Ryan, dwector of the Premier Mussolini and the Popular' Department of Social Action of the imembers of the ministry. AIthough National Catholic Welfare Council, l,the anti-Catholic element of the press  x ,,g, lead the discussion on "Wages"! has hailed this conference as an evi- and will be followed on the same sub- dance of a break between Mussolini ject by Matthew Well, vice president and the Popula( Party, the meeting; of the American Federation of Labor on the contrary, was quite friendly. and President of the Photo-Engravers Signor Cavazzoni,,Minister of Labor; International. ,. Signor Vassallo, Under-Secretary of The Rev. Joseph Husslein, S.J., as- Foreign Affairs; Signor Milani, Un- sociate editor of "America," will der-Secretary of Justice, and Signor speak on "The Worker and Owner- Gronchi, Ufider-Secretary of Indus- ship." Father Husslein will be fol- try, are Popular members of the rain- lowed by John A. Voll, president of istry who were present. the Glass and Bottle Blowers' Asso- Populists Wihing to Be Guided " ciation It is understood that Mussolini in- William Bolger, C.S.C., of Notre formed the Popular representatives Dame University, will lead the dis- that he regretted that the Popular cussion on the subject of "Collective convention did not recognize that the  Bargaining," wlfich promises to be one government has acted in a manner .of the most important to be discussed, favorable to the Catholic religion, and" that many Anti-Fascisti depression BISHOPS RESIGN had talon place (luring the session..,. FROM L  'at Turin. In reply, Signor Cavazzoni, POLIStfDIET informed the Prime Minister that, (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Popular opposition to the government Warsaw, April 9.At the last elec- I was only partial and local in char- tions two Bishops were elected to the iacter, due to conditions peculiar to Senate. They are Msgr. Teodorowicz, certain localities. He emphasizl tho the Armenian Uniat Archbishop of l action of the convention, in favor or Leopol, a most active member of the collaboration with the existhg gov- first Polish Diet during the four years ernment, as being a true expression of its existence, and Msgr. Sapieha, .of the sentiment of the Popular ) I rince Bishop of Cracow, who enjoys Party. Signor Cavazzoni declares leserved popularity as the organizer that he and his colleagues in the gov- . and first president of thc Episcopal ernment were willing to be .guided by'. Committee of C, racow, the most ac. the wishes of the Prime Minister. tive and extensi)e of the relie socie. Mussolini expressed himself as saris- ties during the war. fled with the explanation offered, bu According to the "Nouvelles Reli- 'asked that a vote be taken among the gieuses," both Bishops have sent in !Popular group in parliament to con- their resignation to the President of firm Signor Gavazzoni's statements. the Senate, who accepted them with Premier Satisfied 'expressions of the deepest regret. This was (tone and the vote resulted "However, the decision of the Bishops in the confirmation of the explanation 'is based on very serious reasons, the pffered by the Minister of Labor. I principal one being that the position s eerally predicted that the Rremfer ] of a dignitary of the Church in a mod- does not contemplate any further'ae- l ern parliamentary atmosphere is one (ion, and is satisfied with the attitude of considerable difficulty, of the Popular members of his official There are still several priests in family. Throughouc the' discussions brought bout by these incidents, Osservatore Romano, reflecting the attitude of the Vatican, favored the course of action which the Popular party decided to pursue.