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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1923 -I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ] 00aint [IRISH PARTIES [] I)URST, !)RUG(;IAT l"ina] report c.ould not be made at this Ninth St. Phone 21300 dat% but this connnlttee has certain- "-------- ly worked hard and faithfully and de- Flo'ence l)urst and l,]dith serve honorably mektion for the ,mc- last Monday eve- cess attained h'om this booth. Miss Josephine Duwe at the Durst. Games were en-/ which dainty ices and / served. The house was pret- in green and white. entertained 40 of. his Friday evening at bunco mac,, L012 West Fifteenth CATIIEDRA[. NOTES. Sunday Masses. Low Masses at 7-:) a.m. High Mass at 11 a.m. Weekday Masses. Masses daily at 6-8 a.m. Holiday Masses. were won by Miss Kath- Masses on Holidays at 6:30, 7:30 and Robert Peters. The and 9:30 a.m. Mrs. C. S. Wood- Evening Devotions. , . Ethel Clements anti Mrs. Devotions every Sun(lay evening at The guest prize was won '7:45 o'clock, Devotions on the first Woodward. Refreshments Friday of the month in honor of the ad. Sacred Iteart at 7:45 p.m. Confessions. of Miss Josephine Confessions are hear(l on Saturday of Mrs. Thee(lore from 4 to 6 and 7 to 8:30 p.m. Con- this city, and William D. fessions on the Thursday before the of Mr. and Mrs. Fred first Friday and on the eve of Holy Long Branch, N. J., was f at 9 o'clock Wednesday l St. Edward's Church in the a large gathering of rela- The bride was love- of whits-beaded crepe tulle veil held in place of orange blossoms. Her days at the same hours as on Satur- (lay. Confessions are also heard be- fore the low Masses on Sunday, and before the 8 o'clock Mass on week clays CONVALESCING CLERGY. of bridesl ,rses and lilies Fathers Moran of the Cat Mis  "  ' hedral, attenda;d::r:nceDurst as I'laherty of Little Rock College and Fre00 a 00own.oflPog00ema. ' O S B, of Subiaco Abbey, )es" - ,, ,amer served, the I who hxe. been surgmal" patients a " t St. ,^_ man. After the wed- ] Vincent's Infirmary, are speeding on -final reception was hehtlto a full recoxer. e of the bride, which was l Fathers Mor: and Flahert " decorated, i .... y will comply With their surgeon's orders as to a rest period of a few weeks by .s of Mr. St. Mary's Alum- preparing articles for the r to be held in ,the fall, the home of Mrs. Justin North Woodrow street, Catholic Club. -----....._ tim" social meeting of the Club will be held 9. Members are, asked spending the time with their kinfolks in Brockton and Salem, Mass., re- spectively. Father Charles Poggeman, O. S. B., will report in a few clays to his Bene- dictine brethren at the abbey. ORPHANS' PICNIC IS GRAND SUCCESS The Good Lord Favored His Little + i 00rminar00 u r e SECURING FOt TItE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK TitE EJ)U'CAT1ON AND TRAINING OF \\;VOITIIY ECCLESI- AgTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. 4 Any FuU Burse or Share in An Incomplete B'urse May Be Do- nated in Memoy of the Deceased. New Burss or Donatiwns Toward An Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Recorded. ARE BEGINNING CAMPAIGN EARLY PAEE THREE FOREIGN SHIPPING .AND VOLSTEAD LAW Washington, July is now fair- Lord Glenary Pays High Tribute Io ly certain that the "wet" and "dry" the Tolerance of South lre'aml controversy will be forced upon the Cai, holics, attention of Congress as a result of I the international discord that has been By J. It. Cox aroused by the discovery that the pro- /hibition law exten(is to the high seas. (Dublin Corre;spon(lent, N C. W. C. The administration leaders have taken News Service) their stand on the ground that the law picnic supper anti be at Ones With Ideal Weather, Untiring [all at 6 o'clock. This will Helpers and Generous Hearts. party, after which While the full return from the be served. The committee committee are not ready, the annual lows: Mary Whiting, orphans' picnic, held on the Orphan- Rogoski, Edith age grounds July 4, can be set down Caroline Snyder, Gene as one of the greatest successes of its 1)ublin, June 2;L--The Free State[mus t be enforced, but at the same and ]epublican parties are busily cn- time (loubts have been expressed that gaget putting their views before the electors. The date of the election has it was the intention of Congress in not been yet fixed, but it must taKe l passing the Volstead law, to bri[lg at)out tide situatl place before Decenfl)er 6, 1')2' Minis-  , on that has arisen ters of the Free State government say wldl respect to foreign shipping. it wouht be a great mistake for the Effort to Ameud. An effort Will be made, therefore. A Burse Is a Sum f Money invested and Drawing Enough Inter- 0 , nation to elect men representing see- to amend tide law to restrict the el- Provide'Board, Lodging, and tional intetess. Sectional or rather est Always to Training for One economic interests will, howeer, l)e feets of prohibition legislation to the Seminarian. the dominating factor in the election. United States, but this effort will be Farmers are every day improving resisted by the extreme "dry." It is I no secret that the irritation which for- ST. JOHN'S SEMIN_&Ry BURSES their organization. Branches of their eign governments have felt toward the COMPLETEItot Springs union with large memberstfip have United States has been fanned into an ST MARY'S PARISH URSI ..................... $5,000.00 open flame of resentment as a result B ,' been established in every county. MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE Little Rock ...................... o,000. The extended franchise is a decided of the seizure of ships' liquors. The ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff advantage to the farmers. The farm- Pine-B1;)}---_-_-_-_---_-_-_- ..... question has become an international - 5,000.00 er, his wife and his sons and daugh- MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, -- 5.000.00 ters, if over 21 years of age, are en- relations of the United States with JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Little Rock ...... one and hovers like a shadow over the ........................ 5,000.00 titled to vote. in the counties the foreign countries. Moreover, if the BISHOP BYRNE BURSE INCOMPLETE farmers are the most numerous class ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE_- ................................. $1,225.00 and they nrty conceivably return half present policy is maintaed retalia, SACRED HEART BURSE ................................. 937.00 the next Dail. tion by foreign govexnhnts is al- most certain. Threats to that elect ..................................... 100.00 Labor, too, is consolidating its have already been made. forces. It will, it is expected, increase Broad Question. INCOMPLETE B URSES its representation Anotiler group will The question involved i:: the eontro- Eishop Byrne Burse include independent candidates. In ad- versy is a broad one. There is no The Burse to be known as the Bishop Bymle, a me'morial holt- dition to these three parties the elect- doubt of the right of the Unitca States or to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a ors will have appealing to them gov- to lay down regulations reg'rdlng for- credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no stated amount ermnent nominees and Republican eign ships in American territorial of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and candidates. BishopSmall donationSByrne inbY.connectionthse interestedwith thein priesthoodPerpctuatingof tliethenamedioceseOf Coa iitriOn Government Probable waterSinternationalBUt whether,law and inthethecomitylight off It is unlikely that any single group nations, the United States can cg,mpel which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his will be strong enough after the elec- foreign governments to conform to work, and of his life. tion to form a government. In all American ideas while on high seas is. probability the next ministry nmst be, The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even formed by. a coalition of parties. Corn- ] another matter. Diplomatists look to donatiOnScredit on thef Onesemimrydime Orrecords.more will be acceptable and receive due mercial and industrial associations, ]the future with much misgiving. " too, are becoming active. Preliminary[ Bishop By,me Burse credits to date: steps have been taken towards theIH OF RUSSIAN Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 formation of a Progressive Party. Donation ORTHODOX CHURCH Donation ................... 500.00 ................... 2o0.00 "MASS IN HEBREW IN U. S. DISPLACED Club Gift ................... 10.00 Roy. Friend ................ 5.00 OFFERED TO JEWS BY (BIN. . w. . News Service) J. J. M. E. D.--;: ................. ................ 2.001.00 ANGLICAN CHURCH New York, June 200.--The 00etropo,- Booth and J. E. Hain. toys booth, also 'soda pond at the orphan's by the Cathedral under the abie direction committee: Clara Bertha Hohenschutz, 14 years' record, Father Wernke, director general of these successful events for the past sixr years,., tired but smiling, was able ;0 tell Us on Thursday morning ttmt the results of the picnic more than met with his fervent expectations. Martha B ................... 1.00 J. S., Jr. .................... 50 Edw. and John .50 Total ................... $1225.00 St. John's Alumn!Burse Previously acknowledged .... $900.00 Rev. Friend 5.00 Rev. Alumnus--;:5 .......... i0.00 Rev. Alunmus'13 .......... 10.00 Rev. Alumnus'15 .......... 10.00 Morrilton Friend ........... 2.00 Total .................. $9'37.00 CASEIN IRELAND W. C. News Service) 25.A very extraordi-I has been given in the of Appeal. The case af- of three little gMs iI, the children" of a named l(V a 1.d, Wllo Ed Monahan, Robert He reported an attendance of 6,000 This Burse 'is a founcation by the priests who have been or- Jackson, Mabel Ham- people, a working committee on all W. C'Taylr'wrape, VictorMaryl siasticallytables' who most capably and enthu- dained from thc Semvnary" . and is open to the clergy and the people Peters, Ben Booth, kept things moving toward in general as a recognition of the present-day success of the facul- the orphans' cash box. ty and the students of this important diocesan institutimi. Charlotte Welch, Ber-I A full story and report of the sev- Larence Perry, George/eral booths and i:ables will be carried and.Anna O'Hara.]in a future issue of The Guardian. Grateful Recipient of FavorsSacred .................................... Heart Burse $100.00 CHILDREN [ INFORMATION AND DONATION, NOTABLE child haJ* acquired fixed Presbyterian Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining OF ,views and declined to change the cus- to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- tody in her case. In regard to the two wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Aretz, S. T. wishesYUngerofchihtrenthe fatherthey decidedshouhl thatbe car-the __D" St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) 'i ............... ,*----. ........ ..,,,.o., ...................... ? Dublin, June 23.--Coridering that ried out and the judges accordingly the h'ish nation has gone through, granted t)'erdersught'TheBelfasti00I00 Church Calendar  [ firstduringtheEurol)eanwar, next Court of Appeal, consisting of two] during the Anglo-Irish conflict, and, Protestant judges, overruled the finally, ida the period of domestic King's Bench and ordere,I that the .,--, , strife, its economic and financial posi- Presbyterians Z Z; Z , SI,VLNI'lt SUNDA AFTFR PENTECOSTST.[mcnt fip:ures are usually a good in- (By N. C, W. C. News Service) London, June 20.Formal an- nouncement is made in one of the sec ular dailies that at a certain Anglican church "Intercessory Mass for the Jews" will be celebrated daily and that on each Saturday morning "Mass" will be sung in Hebrew. All this is part of a plan for estab- lishing a Hebrew Christian Church, in other words, a section of Anglicanism especially for converts from Judaism. The very terminology in itself is a revolution; for the convert work amongst the Jews, when not carried out by Catholics, has been of the most uncomprising Protestant and evan- gelical character. r was always a Catholic of the father shall prevail where al- atldolic. Ills Wife, who ha([ ready chil(h'el havo m) acquired :fixed up as a l'-resl)ytermn- religious views. It is, o" course, ab.. before her mar- surd to suggest that children of 4 and her nlad,riag e and up to 6 Years of age could ll::ve acquired before the death of her fixed views on religion. It is expected was.a practicing Catho- that the ease will be brought up for IRISH FINANCIAL POSITION SOUND, DESPITE TRIAL00 itan Platen Rojdesvensky, head of the Russian Orthodax Church in the Unit- ed States, was excommunicated by the All-Russian Church Convention in Moscow, it is reported here. The ac- tion of the convention together with the identity of the successor to Dr. Platen, alleged to have been named at the Moscow meeting, were kept se- cret. It is reported that the successor is on his way to the United States, where he will attempt to displace Dr, Platen and obtain possession of church property in this country The Metropolitan Platen claimed authority over the church in the United States by virtue of a secret appointment which, it is asserted, he received from thePatriarch Tikhon, who was himself unfrocked and depos- ed by the Moscow convention " EIAZABITII, t)F PO1VrU(AL, was the daughter of l'edro llI of Arragonidex to the condition o:f i rade and in- Msgr. Joseph F. Mooney; and also the Appeal Io Honse of I.or(h and a mete or St. Elizabeth of ltungary. tie bequeathed all Ms 'he decision ha, given rise to wide- MON])Ay, JULY 9.:5T. EPHItEM deason , - dustries. In the Free State only 2[),- appointment of Msgr. Thomas G. Car- at about $10,000 to spread consternation among the Cath_lgh)ry of the Svri,o ', .... , , , as known as the light and 000 persons are reg'istered as unem- roll as ehanc(llor, succeeding the late will hisand WishPUt onthatSOlenmthey o]ic P(pu]ation Jn the North. '1 hey feel led him  ..... ,' i' ,:;o ,,, " ; " "- " : "g"  'fe,'but his humilit., I)loye t In the six counties the nun:- Msgr. Joseph P. I)ineen that a Catholic falher: testan:entarv - nmcn lI( eteted thc eh.tous h I.1:, I , ..  ....... ..',t! the ttlgnlty ef the priest]loOd, l-le w' ' . . .. 3 . mght up iu the Catholic wishes on the relivi:,us future of his to this day in the Syriac us the "lfarp o the ltoly Ghost. ....... aeller m(l ti; hxmn ...... , ...... as noted as a tueaehe Ider is 3',).000. As between the Free llishop 1)unn, the new vicar general, , . ...... t, xcn one nears o t ihe people that he is known'State and ihe six counties the ratio of has had a most successful and pic- theytheYbelonged.had been baptized of[TSldringpaper, haVeThe generall)en troatedrule aSof alh,ii::hscrap at Ede:sa in 378. " Hc died Polmlatiou is in round numbers 5 to ." turesque priestly career. Ite is a na- t Presbyierianism law in such eases is that Jim religion TAS. 'I'IIEIR MOTHEI{, because of their refusal to sacriiice to tide pag'an have been cxce.1)tionally I)rosperou:. After fiuishing his schooling at St. MSGR. DUNN IS NAMED AS VICAR G00ERAL BY ARCHBISHOP HAYES (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New York, June 30.Announce- ment has just been made by Arch- bishop Hayes of the appointment of the Right Rev. John J. Dunn, auxiliary oishop of New York, as vicar genera of the archdiocese to succeed the late TIIURSDAY, JULY 12.ST, JOHN GAULBERT was born at Florence in 999 and for a time pursued the profession of arms. He established the monastery St. Salvi and died in 10 FRIDAY, JULY 13  ........ 73. .. . .o. r,uNIUS, bishop of Cartage, refused to obey me oraer of King Huneric that he exclude the Vandals, some of whom were Catholics, from the Church. This led to a persecution of the Catholics. Eugenius was banished but was racalled by Huneric's successor. Later he was again banished and died in exile in 505. SATURDAY, JULY 14.ST. BONAVENTURE, known as the "Seraphic Doctor," when asked by St. Thomas Aquinas whence he drew his great learning, replied by pointing to the crucifix. He was the adviser of St. Louis and the director of St. Isahelle, the king's sister. Pope Gregory X appointed him cardinal.bish0p of Albano. He died during the council of Lyons, after his eloquence had won the Greeks to the Catholic union. Irish hanks, lmrticnlar]y those with tire New Yorker mul was born on Sel)- 'rUESI)AY, JUI.Y 10..--Tile SEVEN BI()TItEI{S AND ST. FELICI- their h(,:td of'flee:: in the Free S-tte, tember 1, 1869, in S C " 's =L mbnel Parisb. gods wert SUujct!tUI";'' to -torture and finally put to death during the reign of The Sati:: the leading financial Gahriel's he entered St. Francis the lm:peror Antoninus. journal in England, admits that the Xavier's Co]lee, where he began tfis WEI)NESI)Ay, JULY ll.s'r. JAMES, IIISIt()p, was a native of Nisi-]record of the Irish banks in the past collegiate sudies. He tinished his col- bis in Mesopotamia. 1-1e chose the highest mountai for his abode, sheltering year was far 1)ether and more satisfae- leT, late course in St. Charle's College, himself in a cave in the winter and tim rest of the year living in thewoods tory lhan that of lhitish banks. ])ur- Llhcott,' ' City, Md. After graduation continually exposed to the open air. Many sought him to ask for his prayers ing the past .few months there has he entered St. Joseph's Seminary at and spiritual advice. St. James died in 350, been a remarkable increase in the Troy, N. Y., and was ordained to the price of all Irish securities. So great I holy priesthood by the late Archbishop has been the demand hy investors that Corrigan on May 30, 1896. stock-brokers -ire unable to find Irish ABBE DIMNET TO SPEAK AT WILLIAMS FORUM (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, D.G., June 80. securities in sufticient quantities to meet it. In the banking world Bank of Ireland shares which had stood at 195 have risen to 250. The shares of corporation, railways, breweries, dis- tilleries and large commercial corn- Among the speakers invited to ad- panics have proportionately appreci- dress the National Forum of Williams ated. College in August is the Rev. Ernest Dimnot of Paris. Abbe Dimnet will discuss "France: Her Allies and Her Neighbors." Lord Birkenhead, former Lord Chancellor of England, and '' Sir Philip Kerr and Sir Edward Grigg, each of whom served as private secre- tary to Lloyd George when he was prime minister to Great Blritain, also will kddress the forum. The saw-horse has contributed more to the good of mankind than the race horse. review before a ]figher tril)unalth British House of Lords. GERMAN BISHOP PLEADS FOR SPIRIT OF LOV[ Cologne, June 18.The missionar spirit of brotherly love is doing much to break down the spirit of chauvinis. tic nationalism which has been the curse of Europe, according to Dr. Streater, prevost of the Aix-la- Cha- pel]e Cathedral and Auxiliary Bishop of Cologne, who spoke before an as- lifetime of the father reared as Catholics. d a convent ast and made her first Jun, I02, tht lived i: the house graniparents Who The mother died a , 1923. mother s death the eld- !een sent to a Protest- after the Catholic relatives applied to the King's in Belfast for a writ ms requiring the Pres- sembly of Dutch Catholics on the oc- to give up (us- casion of a visit to Holland, where a to 'give el-! great mission celebration was hehl in Tilbourg during the week ding June s. tl, by bringing ] 3. en d of two judges, I The event was under the auspices of the Dutch mission commit e the Other a Prot-I ' t e of that the eldest[ertgenbosch. Dr. Straeter convey- u me congratulation of the German people to the Bishop busch, who had just been honored with a special title from the Pope because of his care for the northern missions and the numerous missionary institu- lions within his diocese. "Nationalism,,, said Dr. Straeter, "is the enemy of love, peace, justice. of s'Hertogen- truth and labor. Not least of all, it is the enemy of the Catholic ideal." The Bishop of s'Hertogenbosch com- mented favorably on the address made by Dr. Straeter and declared he re- joiced to see such good relations be- tween the German and Dutch Catho- lies. Another great improvement is the great decrease in offences' against property committed with violence. This time last year 204 such offences were reported in Dublin city. For the col'responding oeriod in this year the number was down to 65; and at the moment such cases are extremely rare. All this represents a considerable strengthening of the interests of h-- ish Catholics, hoth as individuals and as a social community. % }?: