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? PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATUR DAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920. SOCIAL AND PERSO Church Calendar , , ,, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leas spent Mary s Academy, will open Monday . ............................ --= ........... o. Sunday in Pine Bluff morning next, Septemher 13, with a NEAT WEEK Miss Elsie Kcane, who has been spending the sumnacr at Chicago, has returned home. Miss Mary Halliburton, who has been spending the month of August in California, will return the last of the we. Miss Anna Heagney left Wednes- (lay morning for Camden, Ark., where .she will spend several welks the guest of her brother, Rev. Harold Heagney. Mrs. Leo P. Zurcher of 712 Olive street, North Little Rock, announces the engagement of her sister, Miss Josephine Rose Roth, of Nonvalk, Ohio, to Mr. Herman Albert Durst, of Little Rock, Ark. The wedding will take place Tuesday, September 21, at St. Paul's Cathedral in Nonvalk, Ohio. St. Yincent's Aid. St. Vincent's Aid Society will meet Monday afternon at 2 o'clock at St. Vincent's Infirmary. At this meeting the St. Vincent's Aid Sewing Circle will be inaugurated, and all members who can are "asked to be present and help the Sisters in the work of getting things ready for the children's part and for the necessary equipment of the hospital. liscellaneous Shower. Miss Amelia Fougerousse and Misd Georgie Girke will compliment Miss Rose Gertrude Fougerousse at a mis- cellaneous shower on Tuesday, Sep- tember 21. / ....... Surprise Shower. Miss Rose Gertrude Fougerousse entertained the members of the Smile Club of the Telephone Company at her home on Sunday afternoon. Dur- ing the afternoon the twenty guests present presented the hostess with a beautiful collection of silver and cut- glass. Delicious refrehments were selved. , Walker-Leas. The approaching wedding of Miss Cornelia Walker, daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. John Sennett of Pine Bluff, and Russell D. Leas of Little Rock, is of more than usual interest to the many frieRds of the young couple. The bride comes of one of the pioneer Catholic families of the State and is the granddaughter of the late Mr Annie Walker. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.Leas, 410 Cross street, and is a young ]nan of many sterling qualities. The ceremony will take place in October. Colleges, Academies, Schopls. With the beginning of the fall term, our Colleges, Academies and Schools will have their weekly section of notes and news in The Guardian. On page 3 of this issue, under "College, Academy and School,'" we have inter- Itigh Mass, in honor of the ltoly Ghost, at 9 o'clock. The school chil- dren will attend in a body and their parents and others are invited to be present and join with then, in invo- cation of the Holy Spirit upon the coming year of school work. After High Mass and Benediction the chiJdren will assemble in the par- ish school, where they will be regis- tered and graded along class lines. Beginning on the first Sunday of October, Masses on Sunday wil)/be at 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. Evening devotions at 7:30. LABOR DAY CEIEI}RATION. . 0m=mmm Organized Workers Make Gala the Labor ttoliday. There were very few open shops in Little Rock and North Little Rock on Monday last, the Labor Holiday. All crafts were out, not on strike, but on the march through the city, an open air manifestation tlmt organ- ized labor was by no means a dead letter in this section of Arkansas. Nearly 6,000 men paraded through Markham and Main streets to the City park. rhere was scarce need of banners or posters to announce to the multi- tude assembled on the curbs, that those in line were union/ workmen. ,They had the move and stride of a strong body, going in the same direc- tion, seeking the same ends, resolu- tion and eagerness to attain depicted on every countenance. Labor Day's PFrade was of much interest to the people of Little Rock Imsofar" as it was an answer,, to the I question of "union strength. Those 6,000 mericanized and Standardized Laboring Men, marching our streets told a story and held a moral. Their friends by the thousands united with them in picnic festivities at City Park during the day and eve- ning, 'making Labor Day, 1920, of most worth; memory. INDIA MISSIONS HAVE NEW DIRECTORS (By N. C. w: News Service.) London, Sept. 4.--Aql mission prop- erties in India have been handed over to the administrators appointed by the Holy See, according to the Catho- lic Herald of that country. "Long before any decision was ar- rived at in Paris," says the Herald, "and in fact as soon as the German and Austrian missionaries were in- terned, their Indian missions were faithfully handed over to the admin- istrators appointed by the Holy See, the Bettiah Mission is administered by the Rev. Father Felix, O. M. C., the Assam, Mission was transferred to the administration of His Grace the Archbishop of Calcutta and ,the Bombay Mission remained under the jurisdiction of the Society of Jeus. ALL K. C. STUDENTS elating papers from Little Rock, Subi- I MUST REGISTER NOW ace and Pulaski Heights. [ Once more The Guardian solicits I All students of the K. of C. evening cooperation of our diocesan institu-lschools for ex-service men, who were tions in making this a feature of The I in the different classes when the  Guardian. l schoois were closed for the summer The Right Reverend Bishop, in es- vacation, ar requested to re-register for the fall term, which opens Sep- tember 20, as soon as possible. This is necessary that the records can be brought up to date, an5 give the school authorities opportunity and ample time to provide all necessary equipment and text books. Register books are at the K. of C. Service Club, 815 Mail street, and the secretary is on hand every day from 9a. m. to 10 p. m. CHAPLAIN WARING RESIGNS COMMISSION (By N. C. WI C. News Service.) New York, Sept. 4.--Very Rev. George J. Waring, who was in charge of Catholic chaplains in t}le Atlantic vicariate during the war, has resigned his commission in the army after a / service of sixteen years, to resume his duties in the chancery of tim arch- diocese. Monsignor Waring retires at the req}2est of Most Rev. Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes, who wants his as- fistance in conducting the affairs o! tablishing The Guardian as the Official Organ of the diocese, intended to make of it a medium in the transmis- sion of Catholic truth, affairs, events and all things pertaining to the Cath- olic life of the diocese. Our colleges, academies and schools are vital parts of the diocesan body, and the regular reports of how they are functioning are most interesting to our people at large and especially so to those parents wfm have com- mitted their children to the educa- ional courses of our several institu- .tions. Each have their quota of in- 'erested parents, relatives and friends, who are pleased to follow the weekly tidings in The Guardian. We are only too villing to give of our space and time in the proper de- Velopment of this feature of The Guardian. We only ask for hearty co- operation, and/that calls for the weeldy 'receipt el papers at The Guardian office, 309 West Second street, no later than, Wednesday noon ;he archdiocese. Monsignor Waring was chaplain of the Eleventh Cavalry in Cuba from 1906 until 1909. In 1914 he wah de- tached at the instance of Major Gen- eral Wood,"hen chief of staff, for special work in the military prison. Subsequently he went overseas as r, representative of the chaplain ishop, and while abroad visited all thebattle fronts. " of each week. We solicit every college, academyi and school in the diocese to help us in this weekly featuring of interest- ing diocesan happenings. OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL / Parish Notes. Our Lady of Good Counsel School, i Ninth and Bishop streets, in charge of the Sisters of Mercy, Mr. St- Sunday, September 12 .......... XVI after Pentecost. Holy Name of Ma'ry ! Monday, September 13 ........... : ................. St. Eulogius, Blessed Tuesday, September 14 ......................... Exaltation of The Cross Wednesday, Sel)tembcr 15 ................... EMBER DAY. Seven Dolors Thursday, September 16 ................ Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian MM. Friday, September 17 ...... EMBER DAY, Stigmata of St. Francis, E.D. Saturday, Septembe 18..EM.BER DAY, St. Joseph of Cupertino, C. E. D. DIOCESAN NORMAL INSTITUTE. Latest and Only Official Returns Re- ceived at Guardian Office From Treasurer of Summer Normal In- stitute Maintenance Fund. St. Mary's Paragoul4 ...................... $130.00 Rev. Joseph M. Hoflinger. St. Patrick's, North Little Rock ...............................  ............................. 120.00 Rev. A. Demurger. St. Benedict's, Subiaco ................. 164.00 Rev. Gee. Binkert, O. S. B. Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Slovactown ............................................. 70.00 Rev. Louis Glinski. Holy Rosary, Stuttgm ..................... 80.00 St. Anne's, Gillett (Mission) ...... 16.00 Rev. Jos. Schlatterer. St. Mary's, Hot Springs .................. 182.00 St. John's, Hot Springs .................... 90.50 Very Rev. W. J. Carroll. St. Paul's Pocahontas ........................ 150.00 Rev. Jos. Froitzheim. St. Edward's Little Rock ............... 400.{){) Rev. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B. St. Agnes' Menu .................................... 80.00 Very Rev. A. Gallagher. St. Mary's N. Little Rock ............ 114.80 Rev. Pete," Bartodziej. St. Edward's, Texarkana ............... 134.00 Rev. O. B. Clarendon, S. T. D. St. Roman's, Jonesboro ..................... 234.00 St. Anthony's Weiner ........................ 45.00 Rev. J. A. McQuaid. St. Januarius', Center Ridge... 30.00 Rev. A. G. Haermger. Eureka Springs and Harrison 68.00 Rev. A. Metz. St. Andrew's Cathedral, Little Rock ......................................... 480.00 Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tobin, D. D. Sacred Heart, Morrilton .................. 127.00 Rev. II. J. Goebel, C. S. Sp. St" Joseph's, Conway....... .............. 270.00 Hey. d)eter Zell, C. S. Sp. Our Lady f the Lake, " Lake Village ...................................... 75.00 Rev. J. F. Galloni. St. Bernard's, Knobel ....................... 40.00 All Saints, HoMe ....................................... 36.50 Hey. S. Peoples. St. Catherines, Fayetteville ...... 50.00 Hey. W. J. Tynin, S. T. L. St. Joseph's Paris .......... 173.00 Rev. Athanasius Zehnder, O. S. B. St. John Baptist, EngelbergJ_ 70.00 Rev. J. F. Van Oudenhoven. St. John Baptist, Brinkley .... 30.00 St. Francis, Forrest City ..... 20.00 Rev. M. J. Norton. Immaculate Conception, Fort Smith .................... 480.50 St. Michael's, Van Buren ..... 38.00 Very Rev. P. F. Horan, D. D. St. Boniface, Fort Smith ..... 250.00 Rev. Basil Egloff, O. S.B. ,* Our Lady of Good Counsel, Little Rock ............. 160.00 Rev. P. H. Boyle. St. Louis, Camden .......... 30.00 Hey. H. H. Heagney. Subiaco College Alumni ...... 10.00 Hey. Walter Tynin, S. T. L. Sts. Peter and Paul, Morrison Bluff ................... 104.00 Rev. Stephen Heinkele, O.S.B. St. Ignatius', Scranton ...... 45.00 St. Meim'ad's, Prairie View.. 44.00 Rev. Peter Post, O.S.B. Our Lady, ,Queen. of Peace, tald ,. Knob / 20.00 ....... .............. Rev. Gee. H. McDermott. f 1 SPECIAL NOTICE. Parish returns for the Normal In- stitute hereafter will be forwarded to Rev. H. H. Wernke, Treas., 1615 West Ninth St., Little Rock. 1 MASS ON MT. RAINER. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Seattle, Aug. 29.--The first m(tss ,ver celebrated on Mount Ruiner in the National forest preserve was said on the Feast of the Assumption by the Rev. Father O'Boyle, rector of !the pro-Cathedral of the Holy Rosary, I Vancouver, B. C. Thirty vacationists attended the service, for which an army chaplain's altar had been erect- ed on a great rock. Master Arthur Gerbel, Jr., acted as altar boy. WANT TO GET OUT. Why is it that some men prefer standing in chu)rch even when there are plenty of vacant pews, and in a street car can hog the only available seats ? OUR MOTTO: "THE GUARDIAN IN EVER HOMEI" APOSTOLIC VISITOR TO CHINA TO VISIT THE UNITED STATES t (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) New York, Sept. 4.--The Right Reverend Bishop de Guebriant, Apos- tolic visitor to China and adjacent ter- ritories, and Vicar Apostolic of Can- ton, will arrive in this country from  cad6gl s, )CK COLLE iual Opening in Institution. The smaller checMng accmmts are giv( the most careful detail attention at thi bank, where good service is the rule. will mark The checking accounts of small businesse o Little R work which past yem men, tc Mel00.ant00s, their t Union nnd ,tgraduates of I Trust Company their "Alto , reverence iI ,,,tness" Very ey, ph.D., pr, Second and Louisiana St"unccs aft u nts over th: made a long anyl searching examina- tion into the condition of the Church in China, and the Sacred Congrega- tion has publicly commended his work as decidedly enlightening, marking a new era in the Catholic life of the Church in China. Bishop de Guebriant belongs to one of the best known families in France. He is an alumnus of the Paris For- eign Seminary, and has spent more than twenty-five years in China. The special object of his return through the United States is to visit J the Amerman Foreign Mission House at Maryknoll, whose priests have been working in China under his di- rection. Also, to visit Montreal, from which city he has drawn the Sisters who care for the special works ot his diocese. Bishop de Guebriant has already booked his passage for China, and will sail from San Francisco October 15. td facilities f )rofesgional and further Rome about the middle of eptember. - isistig of' Last year, Bishop de Guebriant - -. - : - aents for use . ....  urses, have ale ornlbro of the Ea ' $  by Rev. C ] Ventllatln00 and rand 00lexis [i All Kinds of Roof|n r}' the.pur 11 -,- ..,, l00mpar'ng I I _.f the elassel _ Engineering [ used and w --  Library. CENTRAL the Coll, ff"J, the highest Capital Stock ........ "... $100,0001 Surplus ............... 10,! We are constantly adding new accounts business is increasing at a very satisfac0 However, we shah be glad o have you wii hge departm The Engi, be under tl omas A C ! of Manhatl W. Schwital] Iniversity, w )epartment  $chwitalla i our inflexible rule not to impart informs cerning the deposits of others.- WANTED at. 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