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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1923 PAGE THREE ANDPERSONAL DURST, DRUGGIST St. Phone 21300 Danfortti and Nora E. Visiting Helena friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. st 24th St., Tuesday, Cox (fomerly ttelen reported as doing very 31d, at 2:30 p. m. Following the meeting, a rehearsel of tile play "Co|lee Chums" yas heht. It has been decided to postpone the pre- sentation of this play to the fall, m account of various other activi- ties of the organization. Cathedral Catholic Cluh ' Ca Ihedral Note.. Owin to the hmlement weather, the Cathedral Catholic Club was n- able to hold its re/ular semi-nmnthly )f Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I social meeting Monday night.The pro- Brown street, is now t;ram which had been planne,t for this son, C. J. Jr., born rneeiim will be p:.iven after the reg- uhtr bu..[ness meeting May 28th, in "------- Cathedral ltall. Members -ue asked Six at Bearskin lo bear this ia mind and be on ]mud of the Cathedral Aid, at the next busioess meeting. Ed Lurid, will picnic q he Cathedra! Catholic Club will all dn, h,--9c, v',-h [also give t benefit card party at Our ca-AsS0000 I I,00,ly of 00ood Coun00,l Hall, Wednes- Also a box lunch to tlay night, May 2,qrd. Pitch, bridge and spirits. Cars and fivehundred will be played. This Home, .Scott St., trip 25 cents. Picnic claildren 15 cents. Circle N. One afternoon, May 22, Murrow, 2204 North block west and one end of the Pu- Car line. All members COme at 1 o'clock and afternoon. The bust- start at 4 o'clock. Reunion was held at the George Hart, Sr., 910 celebrating his sev- anniversary. grandchildren the guests were lIaurus Rohner and 0. S. B. Music and lJYed. Prizes for high by Messrs. George and Misses Marie Marie Hart. The con- awarded Miss Al- A delicious lun. NOTES. Sunday ...... SUnday there will be at the Cathedral, one Mass, and the oth- High Mass at Rev. Bishop, as- of the Diocesan from St. John's will celebrate a High Mass. At Mass, the Rt. confer the Sacra- on on a large will be held P. m., may devo- in honor of the held at the o.rning at the eight m connection with on Sunday, con- on Saturday I Confessions are I y mornings be- I and before the 1 on weekdays. i Of Masses will be Sunday, with Low O'clock. evenings at 7:45 Welfare association meeting of Association at Cathedral Hall Mrs. W. O. in the chair. Re- committees were report of the J. Healy was officers which was meeting Was put meeting of the Will be held in at 13.:15 p i?me:t n 4th At th of the Treas- be read, plans Summer, and the will be held. r, equested to be pros- Juniors. meeting of the Was held in Cathe- last with at present. Pro- devotional ex- the Cathedral in Virgin. At the Geogre, C. the last time. activities The sale of the May 27th, Trin- in charge of the asses in the Ca- t the meeting, the were duly in- president. The JUniors will be on Sunday June will be the first money raising affair since the installation of the new of- ricers and it is hoped that a large number will atieml and help to make this benefit card party a success. ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANGE ATTENTION Orphanage Picnic Committees The first meeting for making pre- paration for the ANNUAL ORPHAN- AGE PICNIC will be hehl at the K. of C. Hall, 609 Scott St., Thursday night, May 24th, at 8:15. Father Wernke will preside at the meeting, and he requests all the parishes of Little Rock and North Little Rock to be represented in order that arrange- ments of committee can be made. The permanent (late for the picnic has been set for July 4th. It is hoped that all committees will be appointed Thursday night, that active work can begin, ST. EDWARD'S NOTES Piano Recital On May 21 Mr. Charles Eiekhoff will make his debut as pianist in a recital, assisted by Miss Grace Eick- hell, violinist, and Miss Anna Eick- hoff, accompanist. Following is the program: Sonata--"Forest Nymph," "Mur- muring Spring," by Mr. Charles Eick- hoff. "Capriccio," Souvennr," by Miss Grace Eickhoff. "Revel of the Wood Nymph," Cin- derella," by Mr. Charles Eickhoff. "Come Away," by the class. "Schoen" Rosmarin," by Miss Grace Eickhoff. March, "Columbine," by Mr. Chas. Eiekhoff. This recital will take place at St. Edward's hall, Ninth and Ferry Sts., next Monday evening at 8:15. The public is cordially invited to attend Class Recital Thursday evening, May 24, there will be the final class recital of the pupils of St. Edward's Musical Con- servatory, tI will begin at 8.:15 p. m. and everybody is invited. May Devotion Every evening the usual May Devo- tion will be held at 7:30 p. m. DEATH OF SISTER ROSALIE After a lingering illness of over two years, death came to Ven. Sister Ro- salie adley at the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Pulaski Heights, on Wednesday night. Sister Rosalie was a. graduate of Mt. St. Mary's Academy and enter- ed the Convent immediately after completing the Academic courses. She had been in the Mercy community for seven years, with her principle service that of teaching the classes in French The funeral of Sister Rosalie will take place tomorrow, Friday, in the J Convent Chapel with a Mass of Re- quiem at 9 o'clock. The burial will be in the Sister's lot at Calvary cem- etery. R.I. P BIBLE REM00NS "BOOK OF BOOKS," SAYS PRESIDENT . (By N. C. W. C. News Service) New York, May 14.--President Warren G. Harding paid high tribute to the increasing power of the Bible "as an inspired vehicle of the greatest truths" in a letter written to express regret at his inability to attend the one hundred and seventh annual meet- ing of the American Bible Society. "Whatever mutations may come in the affairs of men and of human so- ciety," wrote President Harding, "the Bible remains the book of books." "The Bible is winning constantly wider acceptance among men wher- ever they live as the inspired vehicle of the greatest truths that have been revealed to the world." The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt at Oyetr Bay. 00aint 0010bn's 00nninary and its museums, its pictures and its books, its music and its" preachers. "8--I will become acquainted with the suffering and poverty of nay city, and with its institutions of help and healing, and I will support these all I can. "9--I will sometimes visit City Hall that I may know the men who run my city and that my influence may be felt there. "10.--I will enlist to gh)rify my city SECURING FOR TtIE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE into a City of God, to beautify City EDU'CATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- IIall with loyalty, friendship and ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR strength, to the end of peace on earth THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. and good will among men." i Application Any Fll Burse or Share in An Incomplete Burst May Bt Do- The above should be applied to every ated in Memory of th, e Deceased. New Burss or Donativns city and to every City Hall in this Toward An Incomplete Burst Will Be Gratefully Received nation of freedom and equality, but and Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum o/Money invested and Drawing Enough Inter- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for One Seminarian. ST. JOttN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ..................... $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ....................... 5,000.0q ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff ................... 5,000.00 JOHN M GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock ........................... 5,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ........................................ $1,225.00 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE ......................................... 937.00 SACRED HEART BURSE ..................................... 10000 INCOMPLETE BURSES Bishop Byrm Burse The Burse to be known as the Bishop Byrc, a nemorial hon- or to he first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no sta.ted 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 his 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 receive due credit on the Semiay records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to date: Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 Donation ................... 500.00 Donation ................... 200.00 Club Gift; .................. 10.00 Rev. Friend ................ 5.00 J. J. M ..................... 2.00 M. E. D .................... 1.00 Martha B ................... 1.00 J. S., Jr ..................... 50 Edw. and John ................ 50 Total ..................... $1225.00 St. John's Alumni Burse - Previously acknowledged .... $900.00 Rev. Friend ............... 5.00 Rev. Alumnus'15 ............ 10.00 Rev. Alumfius--'13 .......... 10.00 Rev. Alumnus--'15 ........... 10.00 Morrilton Friend ............. 2.00 Total .................. $937.00 This Burse is a /ouncation by the priests who Iuzve been or- dained from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people m general as a recognition of the present-day success of the facul- ty and the students of this important diocesan institution. Sacred Heart Burse Grateful Recipient of Favors ............ - ....................... $100.09 INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- wise all donations should be sent to  the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. Church Calendar T Ir00 ttday, May 20.--PENTECOST SUNDAY. Mnday, May 21.Pentecost MondayDay of Great Devotion. Tuesday, May 22.St. Yvo, confessor, who descended from a noble family of Britaany, was born in 1253. He was ordained at the express order of the Bishop as his own humility, prompted him to refuse orders. As ec- clesiastical judge of Rennes he was a great friend of the poor. He died in 1303. Wedneeday May 23.Ember DayFast---St. Julia. Thursday, May 24--St D " Re " ' ..... , onahan and gatmn. Donatmn was a nobleman or antes, wno, on his conversion, showed such great zeal that he drew many others from the worshiv of false gods. He was beheaded after torture in 287. Rogatian, his rother was executed at the same time. Friday, May 25.Ember DayFast--St. Gregory VIII., who was born in Rome. He was elected in 1073. Gregory died in exile in 1085. Saturday, May 26.Ember Day--FastSt. Philip Neri, the Apostle of Rome, and one of the most illustrious saints of the sixteenth "century. He de- voted his life to bringing joy to the lives of the people. He died in 1595. CITY HALL "The city is a fellowship and the center of fellowship is the City Hall. "In the city we live together as the center of this fellowship. City Hall is better fitted to be the House of God than any other building we have. God should be more at home in City Hall than anyWhere else, simply because it g s the most human place we have. The trouble has been that we have not acknowledged God in our fellowship. We need a new sense of the wonder and the spiritual power which is in- volved in our city fellowship so that it will become a 'sacred fellowship. In the light of this fellowship there are ten resolutions which I would sug" gest as the basis of true fellowship: "l--I will accept my'fel'lowship as a commission from God. "2--1 will perform all my duties as a citizen and perform them as in God's sight. "3I will look upon all my fellow- citizens, regardless of race and creed, as my brothers and sisters; and I will seek to conduct myself so that none of them shall be ashamed to acknowl- edge me as a brother or sister. "4---I will make my day's ,work my contribution to the community and so enter into the sacred fellowship of the city. "5--I will pay my taxes honestly and gladly, for they represent my share in the social team-play of my city. -"6--I will Seek out, apprecoate and enjoy the beauty of my city and sometimes I will wonder in its parks or walk by its streams alone. "7--1 will accept and use the op- portunities my city offers me of growth in the company of its teachers just here it is applied to the city of Boston and Boston's City lta]l. It is the report of a sermon on "Our City, a Sacred Fellowship" published in the Boston Globe of last Monday and preached by Rev. Frank Kindon in the United Methodist Church, Berkeley street and Columbus ave., in the fifth talk in the series, "Making Boston a City of God." The Rev, Frank Kindon would make a good chaplain for mos any civic administration, lte seems to have the right idea and ideals HOSPITAL DAY AT ST. VINCENT'S National Hospital Day and the an- niversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, last Saturday, was ob- served at St. Vincent's Iiffirmary, fol- lowing the proclumations of the Pres- ident, the Governor and tim Mayor. A memorial service commemorating the labors, sacrifices and deaths of the world's hospital and nursing corps was the earlymorning feature of the day at St. Vincent's. A High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Gee. H. Mc- Dermott, with the liturgical chants and responses rendered by the choir of St. John's Seminary, under the di- rection of Rev. Raymond Gomez, 0. C.D. During the (lay the Sisters of Char- ity anti the nurses kept open house and escorted hundreds of visitors through the several departments and the new Home for Nurses, giving op- portunity to all to acquire close obser- vation of the hospital equipment ahd service. At intervals the Seminary Glee Club enlivened the guests and pa- tients with piano and vocal selections in keeping with the spirit of the day. Late afternoon and early evening visitors enjoyed the several numbers from A1 Moore's U. S. Jazz Band, ten young navy vets, who came up from between their acts at the Majestic Theater and kindly gave of their time and talent for the pleasure of their appreciatiive audience congregated on the west lawn and in the hall of the Nurses' Home. A buffet lunch was served by the nurses in their dining room. The celebration concluded with an evening party in the Nurses Home, with the nursing body acting as the entertainment committee. The mu- sic was rendered by the orchestra of Little Rock College. ROMAN NOTES (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Rome, May 14.The ceremonies connected with the beatification of Michael Garicoits were held on Tues. day, with the Bishop of Bayonne pre- siding. The ceremony was the same as that held in the case of the beatifi- cation of Sister Theresa. Members of the suits of King George and Queen Mary Of England were present at the afternoon cere- mony. Four Groups of pilgrims Four groups of pilgrims have been received by Pope Plus during past week. They came respectively from Holland, Bayonne, Czecho-Slovakia and Spain. Consistories Dates for the next consistory have been announced as May 23 and 2. The secret consistory will be held on May 23, and the public ceremony two days later. Two new cardinals will be created on that occasion; and it has been in- dicated that they will be Archbishop Nasalli-Roeca, of Boldgna, and Msgr. Sincere, Assessor of the Sacred Con- gregation of the Consistory. Bishop Bush Honored Right Rev. Joseph F. Bush, Bishop of St. Cloud, has been appointed As- sistant to the Pontifical Throne. Cardinal Protector Cardinal Bonzano, former Apostolic Delegate to the,United States, has been appointed Cardinal-Protector of the Franciscan Sisters ofhe Immac- ulate Conception, whose mother-house is at Clinton, Iowa. r "Golden Rose" The Marquis Saccehetti will leave for Madrid next Monday as the bearer of the "Golden Rose," which is to be presented by the pope to the Queen Of LONDON CABLE (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) London, May 14.For the second time the prize in moral philosophy, given triennially by the University 0f Oxford, has been won by a Jesuit. The 1923 prize-winner is Father Darcy, a graduate of Oxford College, which is known as Campion Hall. The winner of the prize three years ago was a brother of the present winner, and like him a member of Campion Hall. Mrs. Willis Dead Mrs. Helen Phillips Willie, of Bos- ton, aMss., died here last week, and was buried from the Carmelite chm'ch. Mrs. Willis.was the mother of Pauline Willis, Tounder of the Catholic Refer- ence Libraries of London. Romantic Catholic Wedding A romantic Catholic wedding was celebrated in Scotland, when Lady Elizabeth Rous, daughter of the Earl of Stradbroke, was married to Owen McKenna. The ride comes of promi nent Protestant family, and had laid aside title and position and embraced the Catholic faith to marry McKenna, who is a Catholic Irishman, and a wireless operator by profession. The marriage was. solemnized at Shott, in Lanarkshire. Russell Made a Knight Xing George has raised Hen. Theo- dore Russel, British Minister to the Vatican, to the rank of knight. He is to be known as Sir Theodore Russel. His father, Lord Theodore Russel, was a staunch friend of Pop,- Plus IX in the troublous times, when the pa- pal patrimony was seized in 1870. ROME CABLE (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Rome, May ].(). Reports sent out by various press news associations con- cerning the plea made 'by His Holi- ness, on behalf of Archbishop Cieplak and Monsignor Budkiewicz, conveyed the wrong impression of the reasons advanced by the Holy Father for his intervention; and have resulted in a number of the protests and demands addressed to the Soviet authorities by the Vatican. I am able to state with authority that the Pope did not intervene on behalf of the two distinguished eccle- siastics on the ground that they were his subjects, in a political sense. His Holiness demanded consideration for them on the ground that they were members of the Catholic hierarchy, as such, were obliged to observe canon " law and the disciplinary duties in- volved in such obedience. The Pope, on his side, had the duty, as head of the Catholic hierarchy, to support and defend the members of that body who were exercising their duties within the State, to which; as members of that hierarchy, they had been assign- ed. The appeal, made by the prel- ates that their actions had been die- rated solely by a desire to observe the canon law and not with a desire to obstruct the government, and the consequent intervention of the Pope and intercession on their behalf were natural and logical consequences of the constitution of the hierarchy, of which the Holy Father is the head, which is recognized nd respected by every State, which provides for liberty of conscience for its citizens. Consistory Next Month The next consistory will be held' in June. No further announcement con- cerning additional members of the College of Cardinals has been made. Irish Give Books to Vatican Library On Friday the Pope received Mar- quis McSweeney and three other prominent Irishmen who offered an- other large collection of books for the Irish Section of the Vatican Li- brary. Among works presented was a remarkable complete series' of Her- mathena's official publications "' of Trinity College, Dublin. This insti- tution, originally anti-Catholic, now" sends this collection as an act of hom- age to the Pope, with the felicitations of the provost and the senior fellows of the college. During an audience which lasted for one hour, the Pope manifested the ,greatest interest in Irish affairs and marked benevolence-toward the mar- quis and his companions. His Holi- ness expressed his best wishes for Ireland and its people. French Pilgrimages Received The French pilgrimage to Rome, on the occasion of the beatification of Sister Theresa, was presented to the Holy Father last Monday by the Bishop of Bayeux. The pope, in addressing the pil- grims, pointed out that Sister There- sa belonged not alone to France but ,to the Universal Church. Leo XIII, he said, gave Sister Theresa to France, when he acceded to her per- sonal appeal to enter religion. France gave back to Rome Sister Theresa. Today Rome gives back to France and the world the beatified Theresa. Among those present at *,he au* ence were members of the v f Sister Theresa and two the