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t io THE GUARDIAN, JULY 18, 1925. COt LECTiON--EASTER 1925 $5.00 1.00 .............. l.OO 100 1.00 ......... 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 ................ 50 .50 .50 ............. 25 , ttuffman ...... 2.00 4.15 $20.90 4.60 $25.50 Oseph's. j. ............. $ .50 ................. 50 ................... 50 ................... 50 .50 Jr ........... i00 .25 1.00 ............... 1.00 Sr ........... 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 ............... 50 F. 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 ........... 50 ............... 50 .25 "" ............... 50 ................. 1.00 .............. 1.00 1.00 ............... 3.00 ................ 1.50 1.00 .................. 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 2.00 .......... 501 "--- ........... 1.00 "" ......... - .... 1.00 1.00 1.00 .............. 50 .50 ................ 50 2.25 .50 .50 .50 .50 2.00 "'" ............ 2.00 2.00 1.50 1.50 ............. 1.00 t J/ Schiehtl, Geo. Sr ................ 1.00 Thessing, Joseph ................ 50 Troillet, *Dan ................. 1.00 Troillet, Ernest .................. 50 Troillet, John ................ 1.00 Joe Glorioso ................... 05 Tonie Gennesa ................. 05 Miss Antonette Glorioso ........ 05 Mrs. Joe Glorioso .............. 05 ] Wm. Menasco .................. 10 Miss Mary Menasco ............. 10 Wilbur Oening ................. 10 I,eon Oening ................... 10 C. Oening ..................... 10 Mls. J. S. Starrett ................ 15 Thessing, Fred ................ 1"00 Miss Margaret Trainer ........ .05 Thessing, Theo, Sr ............. 2.00 I Thessing, Theo, Jr .............. 2.00 Thessing, Ben ................. 50 Worm, Anton .................. 1.00 Worm, Mrs. Joe ................ 1.00 Yaeger, Philip Sr .............. 1.00 Zermatten, Dan ................ 50 $106.00 In basket without name ........ 32.69 Total .................... $133.00 FORT SMITH St. John the Baptist Church Mrs. W. L. Corroto ............ $2.00 Mr. Frank Kaolin .............. 2.00 Mr. G. Falleur ................ 1.50 Mr. L. C. Bogues .............. 1.00 Mrs. Mattie Green ............ 1.00 Mr. Robert Harlan ............ 1.00 Mr. Peter Ardemagui .......... 1.00 Miss Louise Merkle ........... 1.00 Mr. F. J. Stegman ............ 1.00 Mrs. Nora Robinson ........... 1.00 Mr. Collins 'Price ............... 1.00 Cash ......................... 1.00 Mr. Henry Havey .............. 75 Miss Bertha Green .............. 50 Mrs. B. E. Steward ............. 50 Mrs. Julia Merchand ............ 59 Mrs. Chas. Green ............... 50 Mrs. E. Mess .................. 50 Mrs. J. A. Johnston ............. 50 $18.25 LAST OF HEROIC BAND OF CIVIL WAR NUNS DIES lOOi 1.00 Ewd. Kettler ................... 1.00 matte  1"001 Mrs. Ewd. Kettler ............. 1.00 ,re, 1.o0: .50: HELENA St. Mary's Ohurch. Wil' Trainer .................. $1.00 Sam Fazio ................... 1.00 John J. Messina ........ " ..... :[.00 Sam Saia .................... 1.00 Frank Bevelaque .............. 1.00 Dr. L. T. Bell ................ 1.00 Thos. Clancy ................. 1.00 Jos. Etoch Jr ................. 1.00 J. H. Keeshan ................ 1.06 Frank Novak ................. 1.00 Jim Guercio (Welsh) ........... 1.00 T. W. Keesee ................. 1.00 Mrs. Will Trainer ............... 50 Mrs. Lloyd Crawford .......... 1.00 Pat Keeshan .................. 1.00 Frank Clancy Sr ............... 1.00 E. Zambie .................... 1.00 Jos. Zarubie .................. 1.00 Jno. Deshinger ................ 1.00 Frank Gennsa ................ 1.00 Mrs. Jos. Zambie .............. 1.00 Mrs. Hy Dubach ............... 50 M. Messina ................... 1.00 P. St. Columbia ............... 1.00 Harry Webb .................. 5.00 Dr. Kultgen .................. 5.00 Owen Welch ................... 1.50 John Thole ................... 1.00 Miss C. Connell .............. 1.00 Mrs. A. Papa ................. 1.00 Mrs. Jos. Fazio ................ 1.00 Jos. Fazio .................... 1.00 S. Straub, Sr ................... 2.00 C. T. Sullivan ................ 1.00 'Peter Londi ................... 1.001 q Dr. H. J. Hayes .............. 1.00 1 4 J. B. Fitzpatrick .............. 2.00[ Mrs. Trouy and sons ........... 2.001 Mrs. T. W.' Keesee ............ 1.00 Mrs. W. E. Baumann .......... 2.00 John Bevelaque ............... 1.00 Chas. Truemper ............... 1.00 F. M. Schuderer .............. 1.00 Jos. Truemper Sr .............. 5.00 John Truemper ............... 1.00 Mrs. M. A. Webb .............. 1.00 Mrs. W. A. Williams ........... 1.00 W. E. Webb .................. 5.00 Mm. C. M. Young .............. 1.00 Mrs. Geo. Zambie ............. 1.00 Mrs. C. H. Murphy ............. 1.00 Frank Pedula ................. 1.00 Mrs. Thos. Ruane ............. 1.00 L. E. Berard ........... ____ 1.00 J. C, Burris .................. 1.00 Mrs. B. J. Cunningham ........ 1.00 Mrs. Daisy Cunningham ........ 1.00 Mrs. D. T. Hargraves .......... 1.00 Miss Gertie Jones ............. 1.00 Silster Ignatius, With New York Nurs. ing Group in 60's, Passes Away at 91--Later was Leader in Work for Girls. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New York, July 8.--Sister Mary Ig- natius Grant, senior member of the community of the Sisters of Mercy, and the last survivor of the heroic band of nuns who went from the old Houston street convent, this city, to the military hospital at Beaufort, N. C., to devote themselves to the care of sick and wounded soldiers in the Civil War, died here Sunday at the Convent of Mercy. She was in her ninety-first year, and sixty-nine years of her life had been devoted to re- ligion. June 18, 1857, Sister Ignatius en- tered St. Catherine's Convent of Mer- cy, in Houston street here. Born in Ireland of Scotch-Irish parentage, she inherited the sterling characteristics and courage of those sturdy races. Nursed Blue and Gray Alike. Probably the most eventful period in the long and active life of Sister Ignatius was the time she spent at Beaufort, N. C., nursing to health both the Blue and the Gray soldiers who fought in the Civil War. She distinguished herself, it is said, by he: untiring attention to the sufferers Page Seve., PONTIFF DONATES ONE MILLION LillE TO DUTCH UNIVERSITY. Holy Father's Gift Is Recognition or Infant Catholic Institution's Re- markable Record of Growth. and classical colleges to act as feeder:: to the university, they felt certain, in opening the Nymwegen institution, that it would succeed. But they did not look for the immediate and grand success they are able to record a the end of the second year of service. JERSEY PAPER APOLOGGIZES FOR ATTACK ON THE CHURCH (By N. C. W. C. News Service) " Louvain, July 28.--The Catholic Camden Newspaper_ Apologizes_ for University of Nymwegen is about to Attack on the Church. close its second year of existence with a great advance over its first year. Philadelphia,of JUlYNewl.--The Post Tel- i Catholic Hollanders, knowing so ] egram Camden, Jersey, recent- well how to abide their time, to pre- ly published a warm attack on the pare the field and to create 4nterest, seldom undertake a work of conse- quence without making it a success. They proceed slowly but securely. So they did with their university, which they wanted for years, bu re- frained from launching until the way was cleared of all obstacles. They started by setting up throughout the land a perfectly organized system of schools of all grades--from the kind- ergarten up through the elementary school to the high school and the classical college--to be able to lead their children under their own Faith's auspices to the highest in educational work, the University. They thus laid the foundations first, then raised the walls of the edifi::e, and when those were secure and com- plete, they put up the roof, as it were. Withal, they still build ed better than they knew. With their perfeclv equipped and numerous high schools Catholic Church which occupied a prominent space in that journal. Prominent Catholics of Camden, to- gether with the Catholic Standard and Times of Philadelphia, vigorously de- nounced the misrepresentation of the Church. Last Friday, on page one of the Post-Telegram, the following apology appeared: "AN APOLOGY. "The Post-Telegram wishes to apol- ogize for the scurrilous and unwar- wanted attack upon the Catholic Church, its converts and its priest- hood, printed in a part of the first edition of this newspaper on June 11. "The article was inserted in the 'Pot-Telegram without the knowledge of its owners or editors by some dis- loyal employe, apparently bribed by some enemy of the Post-Telegram, who sought to make trouble between the newspaper and its Catholic friend and readers. "The Post-Telegram regrets exceed" ingly that it stated that Neva Miller was an ex-nun and that she escaped from a House of Good Shepherd con- vent. This newspaper does not be- lieve there is the slightest foundation in fact for the statements published in the article in question. "It is the firm and fixed policy of this newspaper to treat every faith and every church with the utmost courtesy, and under no circumtances wouht we willingly print such a story about any religion or religious insti- tution. "For ten years there has been a standing offer of $1,000 to anyone who can prove that Neva Miller was ever a nun. We are reliably inform- ed that the reward has never been claimed. "Camden Post-Telegram:" Papal Decoration for Mrs. Ward. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) New York, June 30.--The order of the Sacred Cross, a papal decoration, was bestowed here yesterday upon Mrs. Justine B. Ward, foundress of the Puis X School of the Pontificial School of Sacred Music in Rome, made the presentation. The ceremony was held in the school founded by Mrs. Ward. Ignorance is the absence of knowl- edge which the person who is igno- rant should have. LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE i - AND - - - - = MORRIS PREPARATORY SCHOOL - - - - - ROCK ARKANSAS " PULASKI HEIGHTS LITTLE -- mlmm _ _ -- -- About seven miles from -- __ M the heart of the city. Its -- ffi _--= situation is a very hap- --'----" nm=mD mmmm -- py one, for the undoubt- M ammm M M ed advantages of a city Z like Little Rock are M M combined w i t h those M M that accrue from re- M -" strictlons consequent on --' an out - of - town situa- M tion. M The extensive grounds --- of forty acres are locat- without questioning their allegiance, ed in a remarkably pic- M Sister Mary Ignatius gave freely of her services in the founding of the turesque spot between - Order of Mercy in this eounry. She Forest Park and the -- was active in the establishing of corn-  Country Club. M T. E. Ruane .................. 1.00 Joseph Tamburro ............. 1.00 munities at Worcester, Mass., and St.  ................ Ewd. Novak ................... 40 Louis, and of St. Alphonsus Convent Easily accessible from Little Rock by the Pulaski Heights street car line. said .75 Miss Mary Schwartz ............. 25 of Mercy, New Orleans, of which her 1.00 Mrs. Hale ..................... 50 sister, the Rev. Mother Mary Cath- , ' f , , .50 Miss Mary Leftwitch ........... 25 erine Grant, was the foundress and S .50 Miss Mary Papa ............... 50 first mother superior, i COURSES , 50 .............. I Frank Danna ............. - ..... 25 Founded Girls' Homes. , ............... 75 I Mrs. G. I. Shauris ............... 50 With many disappointments and ," 1 .......... --- "501D. Bevelaque ................... 50 obstacles that would have discourag- , .50 [Jos. Pape ....................... 50 ed a less zealous nature, she estab- Classical, Scientific, Engineering and Commercial. Preparatory, High Schoo 1.00 Tonie Lordi .................... 20 lished the first home for business girls p ,m UP to " .......... l"00jMiss M, C. Fitzpatrick .......... 25 in the city of New York. The begin- and College Departments. Highest Standmrd of Studies. Thorough disci .! .............. 1.00 Mrs. J. H. Hayes .............. 50 ning was humble, in a rented house  line. Gymnasium, Physical Culture, Athletic Field. Declared a Class "A" --- i ......... / 1.00 .50 .25 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00' 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1 00 .50 .50 .50 .50 L. 50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Mrs. Ben Shorten .............. 50 Wm. Stanton .................. 50 Jesse Trainer .................. 25 Miss Rose Novak ............... 50 Miss Clara Novak ............... 2,5 Win. Novak .................. 1.00 Mrs. C. Novak ................. 1.00 Miss Eveline Novak ............. 10 Mrs. I. L. Voyer ............... 50 Fred Walbaum ................. 50 Louis Williams ................. 50 Miss Nellie Zambie ............. 50 Habib Zambie ................. 15 Mrs. Josephine Messina .......... 30 Ben Shorten ................... 50 Mrs. F. D. Clancy .... ; .......... 50 Miss Margret Murphy ........... 05 Miss Flora V. Murphy .......... 05 Mrs. Leon Riegle ............... 15 Leon Riegle Jr ................. 10 J. S. Rushe ..................... 10 Miss Marie Etoch .............. 25 Mrs. J. Coco .................. 25 Sam Coco .................... :10 Peter Columbia ................ 10 Wm. Cushman ................ 1.00 Miss Mary Cushman ............ 10 Miss Josephine Cushman ........ 10 Miss Ellz. Cushman ............. 10 Frank Novak Sr ................. 1.00 D. T. Hargraves Jr .............. 25 Mrs. J. M. McCann .............. 25 Mrs. Rose Messina ............. 25 Frank Raiteri ................. 05 Miss Catharine Raiteri ........... 05 Miss Mary Catharine Fitzpatrick .25 Sam St. Columbia ............. 10 Miss Olga Shauris ............. 05 at 69th street and Lexington avenue, but the venture soon called for more spacious accommodations, and was transferred to the now flourishing Regina Angelorum, at 112 East 106th street. Later on, homes for. business girls were opened in the uptown dis- trict. Devin-Clare, at West 120th street, and Susan-Devin residence, at 199th street and Grand Concourse, and St. Joseph's residence, 47 East 81st street, the fourth and last of these homes, the founding of which she lived to witness were among those which were opened under the guidance of Sister Mary Ignatius. For more than five years, she has been an invalid, and unable to take active interest in the work of the community. ARCHBISHOP CURLEY SAILS (By N. C. W. C. News Services.) New York, July 10.The Most Rev. Michael J, Curley, Archbishop of Bal- timore, sailed for Italy last Tuesday on the S.S. Guilio Cesare. The Arch- bishop was chatting with friends on the dock when the starting whistle blew and men began to haul in the gangplank. It was only by quick ac- tion that the prelate managed to reach the gangplank in time to get aboard, Vincible ignorance is such as can be removed by the use of the requi- site diligence. m m m College by U. S. Bureau of Education. --- - SENIOR UNIT R O. T. 12. - Little Rock College Is Accredited to --- M U.S. MILITARY ACADE.IY, WEST POINT AND ALL STATE UNIVERSITIES -_ Opens Monday, September 14!h - m m M_. For Terms Call or Write __ M REV. JAMES P. MORAN, President -- Little Rock, College, Little Rack, Ark. M M Telephone 3-0530 M._ 00IUilIlUUUUUlUUUlIIlIIllUUlIIlUlIIIIll IIIfiWIWH[lUllUlHHHWIII00ItlUlIIHIII$1HImUNllUlHIIIIIlMIIHII00 /; / ::? ( /