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" :&apos; F !( ,. PAGE SIX " ,' . THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1923 ENGLERERg l of a brother-in-law of Mr. Ballauf's, the Church, we could always feel sure m. / ormer ,Mayor I. L. Goldberg. when we needed assistance of any / Mrs.'iony Meyer, who was called to kind that we could call oll Mr. and Northeast Arkansas Deanery Confer. ] Muskogee, Okla., recently by the death ,  " , Mrs. O Irma. Ihey are an excellent enee---Event Marred by Actions of/el her father, S. W. Wolfcnberger, has [ example of a god Catholic family Hoodlum Element. returned home. Mr. W olfenbert{er was and the Sacred Heart congregation of a Confederate vetrcan and was 83 Memphis can well be proud of this years phi at the time of his death, new addition to their Church roll. The following report was received Misses Roselie and Kathleen Rob- Much hapiness and prosperity in their too late,for publication in last week's ert have returned from Rochester, new home is the wish of our parish. issue: . Minn., where they had gone to consult Miss Leona Metz arrived yesterday ortheastOn JuneArkansas18 the Deanerypriests Confer-el the the celebrated Mayo brothers. En from Memphis to spend the week-end route home the young ladies visited ]-with her father, S J Metz, and sis- ence met at St. John's rectory, Engel- Minneapolis, St. Paul and Other north-Iters on Jefferson Avenue " berg, with the following pastors pres- ' ern points of interest. . Little Patricia Margaret, daughter ent: Very Rev. Dean Jos. Froitz- Miss Irene Shortal, who has been ^ ............. ". helm of Pocahontas; Rev. Father Gee. I ui Yr. ann wrs: ,mgene man, is the guest of Mrs. George Emerson on visiting her grandparents, Mr. and F. X. Str#ssner of Jonesbero, A. G. Stillwell Heights, left Sunday after- Mrs. Clay Sloan, at BlackRock. Haeringer of Engelberg, and Joseph noon for her home in Jerseyville, Ill. Miss Mary Hopldns will leave Sat- M Ho'flinger of Paragould. Miss Annie Boehmer of Ft. Smith urday for her home in El Dorado after The regular canonical order of con- is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a most pleasant visit with Mr. and ferenee was carried out and the im- Henry Boehmer. Mrs. J. P. Hopkins and other friends. per,ant matters pertaining to the A number of Boy Scouts from St. Miss Marion Mason alumni of Sa- Church affairs discussed. John's College, Shreveport, La., ac- cred Heart College at St. Louis, who Furnish Hospital Room companied by one of the college in- attended the commencement exercises It was voted that the priests of the structors, are camping several miles there this month, is now visiting her deanery furnish a room in the new from Mena. The scouts attended week sister, Mrs. Harris Burns, and family St. Joseph's Hospital at Jonesboro. day Mass at St. Agnes' Church recent- in Keokuk, Iowa. It was voted to seek the permission ly, two of their number serving Mass Miss Delores Falk entertained the of the Rt. Rev. Bishop to inaugurate in a most edifying manner. We hope Weekly Bridge Club at the home of a series of preaching missions in the to see them often, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falk, British government. A few years ago ,balsam and musk placed in it by His CATHOLIC the prohibition was withdrawn and lHoliness at the time it was blessed. tobacco was again grown by a number I The Rose of Gold is a valuable exam- AUSTRIA of country gentlemen who were li-/pie of the gohlsmith's art. It was made tensed as experimenters. These ex-iby the Vatican gohlsmith, M. T'dm- BY periments proved that the climate is nelli, and has been valued at 50,000 suitable for the growing of certain !lire. ( By N. C. W. C. kinds of tobacco. The heavy excise } The R()< of Gold was lmrne by the Vienna, June :ll.--The: duties made the cultivation of the :nohie messeners to the Palace of the vision among the phmt unremunerative to the growers. Nunciature, where it relnained on ex- which has been ' Encouragement hibition awhole day. TIe Nuncio, ap- dowofall of the num The ag'ricultural commission report- pointed commissioner extraordinary ihas been averted as a ed that growing on 2,500 acres or so wouM be commercially practicable if sufficient inducement were provided to the consumer by way of lower re- tail prices, or to the nmnufacturers by way of government aid to enable them for the purpose, presented the noble papel me:.:;engers to the government with due solemnity. A distinguished committee was appointed to eonvcy the rose to the royal palace dtnd was provided with a splendid escort and vcstigation undertaken committee representing naembers of the The threatened in disputes concerning by Catholic members perial Parliament body voted for the monarchy and the republic. Even after . exile to make profitable use of the home- royal carriages. On the great squ'tre grown leaf in mixture. The commis, of the armory the members were re- sion recommended a total remission of ceived by the guard of He]berdiers, the excise duty on the home grown the gentlemen, marpodomas and high leaf and that the grower should be personnel of the palace, the bishop of relieved of all excise restrictions and the palace, the nobles and grandees of burgs many regulations which at present interfer- Spain, the royal escort, the king and their hearts a feeling of ed with the successful cultivation of queen and members of the royal faro- and gratitude for the crop. !ily, all in gala attire, and a magnifi- dynasty and many cent reception was given to the dis- in spite of political PAPAL BLESSING FOR FR. DE HEREDIA tinguished envoys of His Holiness they resented most Queen Kisses Rose. princely house which, several parishes of the deanery. The conference paper was an his- torical sketch of St. John's church at Engelberg. This paper was read by Rev. Father Haeringer, the present pastor of the church. It was voted to have the cotfferenee report published in The Guardian. The next conference will be held in the district presided over by Father Peo- ples, either at Hoxie or Knobel. Regrets were pronounced over the unfortunate fracas in connection with an assemblage of the people.at the church social Some few hoodlums took occasion to disturb the peace and On Tuesday morning the 12-year- mi  Main Street. The music old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles jroom, liblary and living room were Saladin of near Mena was operated on utt_fltlly decorated in quantities of for the removal of an eye. On account sweet peas and roses. Miss Catherine of ,ha inconvenient location of the Sa- Eckhart won the club prize, a pair of India home the operation took place silk hose, and Miss Mary Hopkins sub- at St. Joseph's Academy, where the stitute prize, 'a novelty powder puff. young patient will remain for several The hostess, assisted by her mother, days under the watchful care of the served a dainty salad course and Nu- good Sisters. Grape. Entertains Club. Sunday, July 24, the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Maloney was sad- dened by the death of an infant son, their first born. The condition of the young mother, who before her mar- riage was Miss Lena Rhinehart, is be- Miss Marguerite Silaz entertained the N. W. Club Club, of which she is is a member, in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Silaz, on Jefferson Avenue, in cele- bration of her fifteenth birthday an- In the royal chapel the diplomatic Wrote Book on "Spiritism and Com- mon Sense" corps was already waiting, the ambas- sadors of the United States and of England occupying a prominent place. Worcester, June 23.--Rev. Charles The entire cabinet was also present. M. De Heredia: S. J., of Holy Cross The Marquis Sachetti carried the Rose College, who has been waging a war of Gohl in his hands, and upon reach- against spiritism by lecturing all over ing the chapel he delivered it to the the United States and exposing what he calls the tricks of mediums to make impressions on their followers, has been given the apostolic blessing of Pope Plus X for his work in writing h book, "Spiritism and Common Sense." The message from the Pope is con- 'apal Nuncio, who placed it on the i r h gh altar. Ihe Nuncio then celebrat- ed a Solemn High Mass with music. A chaplain of honor next read the papal brief.in which Plus XI bestows upon her majesty the queen the Ros of Gold as a special distinction and reward of her virtues. The king ann centuries, had deserved Catholic Church and schism of the sixteenth won back the Christian the faith, should be ily possessions con their private property KLAN CRIMINAL SH01 PUNISHED, GOV. (By N. C. V[ C. News Chicago, Ill., June crimes committeed under Ku Kluxism be tiary sentences, made by in the daily press was far more of re- gret than was the irresponsible and boyish actions of the troublemakers. (Signed) Jos, M. Hoflinger, Secy. pleasure of those present, and upon lieved to be satisfactory, niversary. The hall, music room and tained in the following letter: queen then approached the altar and, Parker of Louisiana, being reproved, made an attack upon J.F. Haley, engineer for the Jeffer- dining room were elaborately deep- I "Most Reverend Father--The Holy kneeling, received from the hands of several hundred Elks Deputy Sheriff Brunner. In the en- ] son Highway, left Tuesday for Little rated with quantities of garden flow- I Father has deemed agreeable and ac- the Nuncio the gift of the Pope. the governor was last dearer to pour a lot of bird shot into I Rock on official business, ers, gift flower to the young hostess. I ceptable the homage of your book, The queen kissed the rose and hand- "The Ku l(lux have as the body of this officer, a few scat- I Harry Gallagher, who has been Sweet peas in tall wicker baskets, ]"Spiritism and Common Sense," which ed it to the Duke of Airon, gentleman to organize as any tering shot struck the priests, but the ttraveling through Louisiana and other dahlias, gladiolas and nasturtiums[you have presented to him, and His of his majesty, who again placed it Governor I)arker, after Holiness has given me the honored' on the altar. wounds were not of a serious nature. [ southern states with his father, W. J. made an attractive setting for the/and pleasing task of making manifest K.S.G., head of the Officer Brunner has quite recovered [Gallagher, arrived home Tuesday aft- All he persons who attended the olic Charities; Judge from his flesh wounds. -ernoon. He motored from Many, La., lovely young guests in their dainty his heartfelt recognition. Mass, with the exception of the'cabi- summer frocks. Miss Marguerite was "Touched by your devoted and cour- net and the diplomatic corps, joinc,. Jewish leader, and The sensational and extravagant to Mena, a distance of 208 miles, in 15 assisted in receiving her guests by publication of this little home event hours. Miss Marguerite Englehart and little "reus thoughtfulness, His Holiness the committee in the same order in alted ruler of the has likewise found the book pleasing which they had entered the chapel, and interesting, seeing with real and carried the rose in procession to Miss Josephine O'Brien passed score ----'|" DORADO cards for Boston rook. which was played at five tables. Miss Josephine - . Lesmeister received high score prize, (Fom Commercial-A.ppeal, Memphis) la handsome bound t)ook, Miss Eliza- Et Dorado, Ark., June 20.--Ground beth Murray second prize, a bottle of was broken yesterday for the construe- toilet water and Miss Lucille Goalby ,ion of a Catholic Church at West consolation, a box of linen stationery. Who, What, When. Very Rev. A. ]. Gallagher returned from Little Rock Saturday afternoon. In spite of high water in some places, Father Gallagher made the (Sip in his Ford runabout both going and coming in the usual length of time. Rev. Albert Fletcher is visiting the the lot and the interior furnishings, homefolks for a few days, this being will represent an investmek* of ap- the first time he has been in Mena proximately $100,000. Tne home of Main street and Berry Avenue, wher a lot was recently purchased by the congregation for $10,000, which had been bought before the oil boom two years ago for $1,500. The church building will cost $75,- 000, and this in addition to the cost of pleasure that you have known how to the apartments of the queen. In the place at the 'ml'vice of public culture al)artmont known as "l,a Corbcille" and serious knowledge, the large and the rose was placed on a table on a Delicious tutti fruitti cream and angel food cake was served and fancy bas- kets filled with pink and white ben bons were given as favors. The guests had "the pleasure of cutting the birth- day cake, which was ornamented with pink wax tapers. Miss Maxine Harrison cut the clime and Miss and sincere esteem of your most rev- Myrtle Hester the thimble. The host- erend paternity. ess was the recipient of many pretty "Most affectionately in the Lord. mature fruits of your studies, your in- telligence and your experience. "In order, therefore, to give you a proof of His Sovereign's pleasure, and at the same time of his benevolence, the August Pontiff sends you, from his heart, the apostolic benediction. "Taking advantage of the present opportunity, it is my pleasure to man- ifest to you my sentiments of special red velvet cushion, with a large cruci- fix and two candelabra. The military band playe(l as the Duke of Airon placed the Golden Rose on the cushion. The bishop of the palace then carried it to the queen's oratory. / State Banquet to Vistors. In the state liining room of the pal- ace a banquet was given in honor o2 Marquis Sachetti and the pontifical dignitaries, and was attended by the king and queen, the nobility, the Nun- cio, the bishop of Madrid, the bishop since Christmas, He expects to re- turn to Little Rock College the latter part of the week. Sisters Columba and Benigns of St. :Anne's, Fort Smith, are visiting at St. Joseph's Academy. Mrs. F. R. Fried, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Gladys, and youngest con, Cecil, left Saturday afternoon for Oklahoma City to visit George Fried, who has been employed at that place for several years. Miss Elizabeth Meyer is spending the summer with relatives at Teutopo- Its, Ill. Miss Helen Ruth Thinnes left Sun- - day after}oon for Indianapolis, Ind., to spend several weeks with her brother, Carl Thinnes, and family. Mlss Irene Shortal, who was for- merly in charge of the millinery de- D F Harrison, manager of the Har- rison Cafe, was recently purchased by the church as a rectory for Father Herbert Heagney, who came to E1 Do- rado from Little Rock several weeks ago to take charge of the church. Un- til the church is completed the Catho- lics will use the Mission Theater au- ditorium for services on Sundays. JONESBORO Boys' Brigade. The boys plan a big day at Lake City next Tuesday. They will swim and have a big picnic dinner, then go frogging in the evening. The nurses Will have a picnic near Egypt on Cache River one "day this week. Game fishing and boating will partment for the Duke-Magruder Dry be enjoyed, With a big dinner at noon Goods Company and last Season held and a lunch in the evening. the same position with a firm at Mans- Three of our Jonesboro boys came field, La., stopped to visit with Mena home from SubiacoAast week, all hay- friends while making her journey to ing won honors. George Comes won her northern home. the ,academy diploma, W. Woodward Ph{lip Connell of Fort Smith spent the day with the homefolks Sunday, Miss Mary Ellen Connell plans to leave at an early date for Denver, Col., to visit her grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Noone and Miss Kate Noone. The Auction Bridge Club and sev- eral guests were delightfully enter- tained by Mrs. E. W. St. John Satur- day afternoon at her pretty home on Tenth Street. Mrs. Worthington; club member, and Mrs. C. B. Nall, guest, won the honorS, the consolation prize going to Mrs. Grady Forgy. A deli- cious lunch was served'by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. R. H. Nall, and Mrs. C. B. Nall. the commercial certificate and Her- bert Slack the Latin medal. L. N. Allen of Louisiana has moved gifts. here to make his future home and to look after his late father's extensive business. Carl Mason has returned home from Little Rock College. Mrs. Chiles of Kentucky, mother of On the evening of June 20 the ladies of the Altar Society entertained a large and appreciative crowd at a lawn social. The social was given on the lawn of the new St. Edward's, which fact also served to increase the interest of the crowd and also to bring a larger at- tendance than usual. The ladies of the Altar Society are pleased with their success and intend to give an even larger fete later in the summer. During .this ti, m.e.t9 young folks have not been fdle. (A.'club in which the entire high school has been invited'] to join has been formed and several I picnics and partie have'been planned [ So, altogether, tile siimmer promises' to be both pleasant and profitable to young and old. (By'N. C. W. C. News Service) Dublin, June 16.--In order to as- certain :how best to promote the agri- cultural industry a commission has been holding an investigation for some months past. It has issued in- B. B. and Bell Chiles, and sister-in- terim reports dealing with butter, law and family, also of Kentucky, are eggs and tobacco. One of the general are visiting here .   , " ..... findings of the commission is that: Mrs jorsKi of Little RocK, mouser ,,, , .............. , unmss I IS raulcal/y amenaea anu of Siter Maura, is visiting at the-hos- " " ' [mproved the whole future of the Ir- pital, lisa dairy industry is threatened." Rev. Father Basil,: 0 .... S B, of Fort Creamery Iropositions Smtl b is glwng the retreat for the .... After close consideration the Com- Ssters tAm week chm o t " mission drafted a s e e f r he es- Rev. A. L. Fletcher left Mena on Infant Joseph Hinshaw was buried tablishment of a government brand of "S. Cardinal Gasparri." QUEEN VICTORIA RECEIVES GOLDEN ROSE FROM POPE By REV. MANUEL GRANA (Madrid Correspondent of N. C. W. C. News Service.) Madrid, June 15.--Impressive cere- mony marked the functions held in connection with the reception of the Vatican envoys anal the presentation of the Golden Rose to the queen. Dona Victoria Eugenia, queen of Spain, although reared in the Church of England, is a fervent Catholic and has been intensely devoted to the faith ever since her conversion and mar- riage in 1906 to his Cotholic majesty, Don Alfonso de Borbon. Ever since the World War the queen has been an of the place, the president of the council of ministers, the members of the royal family and other distin- guished guests. Telegrams of affection and grati- tude were exchanged by the Pope ann the king and queen. This event may be considered in the light of a brilliant prelude to the com- ing visit of the Spanish sovereigns to Rome. ZIONIST DREAM OF DOMINATING PALESTINE ENDS (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) London, June 18.--An order in coun- cil has been published declaring that the elections o the legislative council, held recently in Palestine, are null and void, and that an advisory council will ardent "social worker," and God alone be constituted, which the high corn- can count the acts of social service, i missioer will consult as an(L when oc- charity and beneficence which she has I casion arises. [ performed. As a proof of the high I In itself the statement issued by the esteem which her great merits have Icolonial office in London is somewhat won fFom the Holy See, the Supreme bald 'and meager, but there is more in Pontiff sent her the Golden Rose, a it than appears on the surface. Brief- distinction "which is accorded by the lF, the Arabs of Palestine decided to pontiffs only to those illustrious pet'- boycott the elections to the legislative' sons who have deserved well of the council, as a protest against the over- Catholic Church. Marquis Sachctti Bears Rose." IIis Holiness Pope Plus XI entrust- ed.to Marquis Sachetti the honor of bearing to Spain the precious jewel and the apostolic letters of concession accompanying the valuable gift. The marqms was accompanied by Com- mendatore Glove. The Rose of Gold was enclosed in a magnificent case of 1 va uable wood lined with white silq weening ambitions othe Zionists. The elections were thus a failure, and have accordingly been declared void. The new advisory council will continue in office until a legislative council is elected. Palestine May Be Crown Colony. I There emerges from the situation t r ins fact:: Ihat to all external pur- l p_es Palestla:will be administered, t temprarily at least, on the lines of had spoken against hatred. "llut they have no ffanization to trans the United States. The to mak themse and identity while against their fellow "Tear the masks off who under mask and cover of darkness ican citizens. Tear the people who are afraid the eye, grab them of the law and put them tentiary where they Another blow was hooded order in Illi Senate in its closing by a preat majority the passed by the House Klu Klan The bill fines and longer " violations when the masked. No. 2 Thursday morning after a brief here last Week. Rev. Father Strass- but enjoyable visit with homefolks and ner officiated. friends. While here Father Fletcher was presented with a very handsome surplice and stole in emembrance of the third anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood, which occurred on June 4. Prof. M, A. Cooke, a member of the Little Rock College faculty, made a brief visit to Mena recently in the in- terests of the college. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ballauf have re. Monroe Bartholomew Pittman, col- ored, of Ppcahontas, was'the first pa- tient to be baptized since the opening of the new addiiton to our hospital. He attended the Sisters' grade school a Pocahontas Mr. and Mrs. L. J. O'Brien hav purchased a handsome new home in Memphis, Tenn., and exppct to leave here about the fifteenth o next month much to the regret .of the entire par- . turned from Jefferson, Tex., Where ish. Always ready to.help the pastor, they had been to attend the funeral sisters and with any undertaking for / velvet. The rose is, in reality, a rose bush with many branches, covered with leaves and adorned with 12 large roses and seven buds. The rose bush is set in a magnificent par in the re- naissance style, marvelously chiseled, adorned with beautiful garlands and with handles representing two drag- ons. It is marked with the Papal creamery butter under conditions de- signed to secure a high standard of quality and purity The licensing of shippers was recommended so that eggs could be readily traced. Owing J,o the condition in which they had been packed and shipped eggs bf the highest quality frequently failed to PROTESTANT PAl APPEARS IN DRESSED AS: realize thei true value in the British Coat of Arms and a Latin inscription what their intentions would have been market, to the following effect: "To Victoria put fully into actmn. With a high Tobacco Cultivation Eugenia, queen of Spain, Plus XI, su- commissioner administering the coun- Down to the early part of the nine- preme pontiff, dedicates, gives and do- I try through an advisory council, Zion- teenth century tobacco had been suc- notes, year 1923." is, influence will'sink to that of the eessfully cultivated in Ireland. Its cul- The highest of the roses hides in its [ insignifican minority that the Zion. tivation was then prohibited by the petals the little flacon containing the ists actually are. London, June tant pastors, no less than t can brethren, are cial measures to fill Recently the Rev. the Church of the ham appeared his in theatrical garb, Abraham and leani staff. A man with a posed to be Abraham's conversation by questions to livered his autobio how he had lost his before and in tellg the fate of Sodom and crowd was so large that sentation had to be Rev. Mr. Thorn tion of! appearing next St. Paul. One newspaper scribes as a ing anyone could fill St. the requisite notion. CHURCH MUSIC WILL BE ENRICIIED GERMANY ors have pored for years, "to correctly interpret tt cher's discoveries anJ i it is said, promise to modern music and many centuries may into common use. a British erowrcolony, and the influ- result of the discovery fence of th Zionists in Palestine will abbreviations made by be exactly that of their number on the of the periods precedi electoral rolla--nd nothing more. t modern musical notes. i I'he Jewish National IIome never] The interpretation is actually came into existence, but I Dr, O'.ar Fleischer, tl enough has been een of the political [lessor." and other tactics of the Zionists, even [ here are man anciel during this formative period, to show |in Germany, over which Cologne, June expected to be greatly