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nplar of upon oF sUS e based and SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Burnett is visiting friends in St. Louis, Me. Itilda Reiehardt left Tuesd'ay Louis, where she will re- at Visitation Acad- M BISHOP MORRIS EULOGIST OVER i BISHOP BYRNE "-"'--- Rt. Rev. 'shop Morris, izile on a r. and Mrs. Eugene Hart, visit at Minneapolis, received tbe first Wednesday, Sept. tidings of death of Bishop Byrne, of Nashivlle, Tenn., under whom he sere- :ny Bopp has returned a Week's visit with the and Antonette qqess- Porbeck and dough- sister, Miss Cathe- .have returned from a ed as chancellor and Vicar-General be- fore elected to the See of Little Rock. The death tidings were followed by another wire requesting him to deliver tl.le eulogy at the funeral services of the deceased Bishop on la,;t Tuesday morning. Tlie Rt. Rev. Bishop started imme- GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1923. 00aint 000On'00 00rminarp SECURING FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE EDUUATION AND TILA1NING OF WORTttY ECCLESI- , A SFICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR ' THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. Art Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Doutted an Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully A',eceived azd Recorded. A Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested aTd Drawirtg Enough l'nter- est Alawys to Provide Board, Lodging, ad Trazning for One S emanarwn. MOUNT[ [iECHOS. FR0$ THE RECORD ENROLLMENT AT S'I'. MARY'S ACAI)EMY Rcgistralion. Showing Sludcnts From .... Six States, is l,argest in llistory of the School. Mount St. Mary's Academy on l'u- laski Heights, eouducted by the Sis- Visit to points in Wis- diately for Nashville, via Little Rock, land Memphis, arriving here on Sat- ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES "-"--- urday and leaving on Monday, accom- COMPLETE Rose Society will gixe a l oanied by the Rt. Rev. Monmgnor Sept. 17th, at Tobin, who was also under Bishop ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hog Springs ...................... $5,000.00 9th and Ferry St. ]lyrne, before coming to l,ittle Rock, MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...... 5,00(I.00 byMarneysasretrofStAn(hewsCathedraMJIiYI!GINLSAANDCi{GBUiti!ffIi:: :--:-::::--:::-:: 5,000.00 The report of the funeral of Bishop  - ' " " = ........... Bluff ............... ---- 5,000.00 Byrne, will be in next week's issue of .......................... 5,000.00 ed at the University of Arkansa. Pu- Mrs. Win. Justin Kelly en- the Guardian. t INCOMPLETE 0ils are required to take final exam- SWimming party for BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ......... $1,226.00 ination each year, direct from the Marie l(elly of flay- ORi,](ION I(LAN IIACi(EI) I ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE___ ............................... Catholic University, and at the end ................................. 975.00 Twenty couples were (IRANI) I}IIAG()N 1,'()1l ISACRED HEA/IT BURSE ........................................... 104.0o of the course diplomas issued from SENATE NOMINAT1ONI the University as well as from tbe (By N. C. W. C. New ,%crvi,,.e) academy. This insures matricula- Wan'en Baldwin. 2,124 t'orthmd, Ore., Sept. .),.---Fred L. I INCOMPLETE B'"'"I,'" uxts tion in ny colleg'e or univerMl:y with- are receiving congrat- Gifford of this city, gr:nd ,h'azon of lis]o]) Byrne ]3ttr.e out entrance examinations or further n the. birth of a son, War- i the Ku l(!ux l(b:n, was endor.(:(I for 7he' ' ]:]J'?/.rsc to be ktow? as []1e Bi8]loq) l]u,.o n ........ . , , l:)ret)aratory work. a o, .... *' . " .'1 ,,,, ,v 711,,lllorlal, /I,O?t- Sunday, Sept. o at the Republican nomiaatiofl for [;niteft o'r Lo Life tits   .... , "" '  2 "8 J9l811'0] ? ()f [']l Diocese oLittl., r,... -, , The sfiventy-fourth year premises ...... : ...... ,,b/c, cr(.a, ay tl8 it to breal the record of all Irevieus States Senator l)y a satewi h l(lan credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no sta,ted a mou't caucus nchl here. Giffor,. presi(le.( of dotation, ad its prcset sum, total is the resdt of large and over the meeting when t w;:.; ca/le0 to order, Lut was absent ,vhen his fol- lowers unanimotsly named him as their eandid.tte in the Repul)lican pri-. maries. H,: has be(z given two weeks to decide as to wie, th.r he will accept the (t-:ll to ewer ne political I.] ella. Dr. N. Pinter of Celum- n the city last week Mrs. L. Sprick and is spending his wt- Ark. He was ac- his nephew, Master of Morrilton. Sprick entertained , Several prominent politiciaus haw ter friends in honor of been seekig the Klan endorsement, Sprick of SDielerville, among them Mayor Baker of Port- night. Gnmes land and the appropriately-initialed the highest scmlK. 1(. Kubli, speaker of the Oregon AUgust Probst. Miss heuse o:f representatives. Giffor(1 be- cug the conso- I fore his as ;umption of the Klan lead- refreshment, were ership in the northwest, was a line- man for one of the electric power and light companies of Portland. afternoon, Sent. !9. " .................................... the ladies of St. An- to St. I,ouis with her family some s'maH dorations' by those interested in perpetuating the no,me of Bishop Bjr,ne i'n connection 'with, th, e priesthood of the diocese which, he organized and unto which'he gave of his prayers, of his uork, and of his life. The Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which ew'm do natiovs of ote dine or more will be acceptable wnd receive due credit on the Seminary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to. date: Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 Donation ..................... 500.0 Donation ................... 200.00 Club Gift .................... 10.00 Rev. Friend .................... 5.00 J. J. M ....................... 2.00 M. 1. D ..................... 1.00 Martba B .................... LOft J, S., Jr. .50 Edw.'and John ............... 5{} J. R. M ....................... 1.00 Total ............. t ........ $1226.00 St. John's Semi?.ary Alumni Burse I'reviousl y acknowledged .... $90000 Rev. Friend ............... 5.00 Alumnus, 1913 ............... 10.00 Alumnus, 1912 .............. 10.0 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1922 ............... 10.00 Will entertain with a linen shower for the enedictine .Sister: of at the Sisters' St. All Friends of Cordially invited a,d hope to see t!e faithful nuns dlsph:y- of their FrienJs three years ago, and has been ' charming acquisitio to the younger set here. Dr. Suicliffe is the son of Dr,and Mrs. Geor'e C. SutcliFfe, Sr., who came to St. Louis several years ago, and who recently removed to Hart- ford, Cm)n. lle received his prelimi- nary education at Peterborough Lodge, London, :m(I was graduated from the St. Louis University. Dur- Catholic ing the war l)r. Sutcliffe served over- Chlb I Alumnus, 1913 20.00 the scene of a very [seas wth the Royal Air Force." [ .............. . Monday night when Miss Fox lived in Little Rock about] Total ..... _ ............... $975.00 I five years ago, moving from here to J 'st ,oliwith aClUbpicnicenter-sup- Memphis, and later to St. -Louis.'. Size ] Thix lurs, e is a/ouncation by tk prtests who haw been or- has a wide circle of friends here, } dned from the Seminary and is open to the clergy and the people a watermelon feast. had been lanned " in 9e,neral as a recognition of the peet-day success of the focal- "ty 'ttd the students of this important diocesan institution. Sacred Heart Burse Gratelul iecipient of Favors__.: ............................. Morrlton ]#riend -- $100.00 ................................................ 4.00 INFORMATION AND DONAJONI$ Request for further information egarding any or all matter imrtainin to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shmmd by contributors and like- wise all doiations should be sent to the Rector, Very Rev. W. H. Atz, S. T. .D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. Cathedral Aid Society was held in Ca- thedral Hall on Monday last with J. J. Keller, president in the chair. Re- lofts of the various committees whict have been working during the sum- mer months were heard and interest was shown in {he activities Planne for the coming season. A linen shower for the Sisters in charge of the Cathedral school will be held at the Cathedral Hall on Wednes- day afternoon, Sept., 19th., in charge of the Aid Society,, and all the ladies of the Cathedral Parish are invited to be present. Refreshments will be served and a social will be held in connection with the Shower. Cathedral School Welfare Association The first meeting of the fall and winter season for the Cathedral Wel- fare Asbsociation was held in Cathe- dral Hall on Thursday of this week with the president, Mrs. Gaines in the chair. ,ents are vited to attend. C. K. OF A NEWS Program for the visit of the Su- preme President Dr. Felix Gaudin, is as follows: Sunday morning, Sept. 16 , Insti- ...... "" ; : ,: "2.," :,.:2T : ,:W..&'227.'1 . ,L PAGE THREE LETTER OF fd00ATITUDE IAttle Rock SeDt. II, 1923. To all Societies and members of the D. l. K. Sta'tsverb-md. On Sept. 4th, at the meeting of the Catholic Federation of Societies of Arkansas, the honor was given me as serving the Staatsverband as presi- dent. By this method I wish to ex- tend my thanks for the honor an,l con- fidenee placed in me. I hereby prom- and a girls' and added much to the evening. The tom- was as follows: Gee. Dolores Ginoechie. Frances Catherina, and Joe Beck. of the club will and will [,e I=l'a]l September 24. and Margaret Deh- at a bunco party in Miss Marie Kel- IOwa. Those pres.ent Edward Sandras, Anthony Dussex, Lillie Perry, Zita De- Downing, Anna Lutcher, Marie Florence Deh- Margaret Dehmer, Willhelmine Pauline tIart, Halp, Gee. and Mrs. Win. Justin for the higher, t score 21ara Forster, Tony and Fred Margreve, At mid- luncheon was ise that I will do my best to raise ters of Mercy, reopened Monday the Federation to thellighest ideals, morning the registr'ttion showing the I and hope to have the help and support largest enrolhnen in the history rl' of each member, in order that our the institution, loarding students undertakings will yield fruit a 100 from Caifornia, Oklahoma, Alabama, i fold. ]n the near future, will eail for Tennessee, Texas and all parts of Ar- k'msas are registered, as well as a District meetings and hope that same well be attended by large delegations. large num/)er of day pupils from Lit-I At these meetings can be discussed tle Tock. Classes in college work have the problems of the day, both political been organized, with very gratifying- and spiritual. Will also name the resuts. legislative, and the Immigration Com- mittee and hope each member so mmed will do their full duty. I hope that every C, athoHc" Society in the state will affiliate with the Staats- verband by next . , years meetihg, and bring this subject up qt your next I i meeting, also if you wish to have the meeting at your Parish. and let the same be known, ill order that work may be started for a stlcces,fu] meet- . m" now f)r next year. Also wish to say that our promise to the Central Verein for the maintanance cf the Cen- tral Ilureau will be remitted bv the last of the year. Thanking you again, fro" the confidence phced in me, I beg t) rem-in, yourm truly, los. H. De Clerk. Pres. D. R. K. Staatsverband. CATHEDRAL NOTES Sunday Masses Low Masses at 7-9 a. m. High Mass at 11 a. . Weekday Masses Masses daily at 8 a. m. Sunday Evening Devotions Devotions every Sunday evening, consisting of the recitation of the Ro:ary, sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament a 7:45 Confessions Confessions are heard Saturdays, the eve of holidays and the Thurs- day before First Friday From 4-6 and 7-8:30 p. m. Confessions are also heard on Sun- day morning before the Low Masses. First Friday .Devotions Devotions in hon)r of the Sacred Heart are held on the  First Friday of the month at 7:45 p. m. Cathedral School The Cathedral School opened for the Fall and winter season last Mon- day morning with a large registration of pupils. The pupils assembled at the Ca- thedral for Mass at eight o'clock af- ter which they proceeded to the school for the annual exercises held in con- nection with the opening of the school. Several changes have been made in the teaching staff this year; Sr. M. Ursula, O. S. B., is in charge as Sup- erioress, with Sr. M. Perpetua, O. S. B., taking the place made vacant by from the St. Louis Will be of interest to here: 'James E. Fox an- of their Ruth Fox, to Jr., former;y now of this city, at their the Wed- ace on the evening of educated at the Ursu- Toledo, her former and later at the Notre Dame de Canada. She v.oved Mount St .Mary's is a school for young- women and girls, founded in 1850 by the Sisters of Mercy. Various l courses in the gra.mmar deDartntents 1 are offered, as well as in music, ex- pression and art. 'I'he high school is affiliated with the Catholic University at Washington, l). C., and is accredit- years. -- ....................................................................... Academy Notes ]tbe buihling of a new vestibule, and also a beautiful stage in the school The important additions and allera- tions to St, Mary's Academy are be- auditorium. Considering this magnif- ficent showing he feels, he said, that ing carried out as speediy as possi- the present debt witl not be hanging ble. nnd when they -u'e completed on our :.;hoohters roe long. The new there will be sufficient accommoda- tions for the larFe number of lmpils who will attend. The students are coming (laily, and all are expected at an early date. Takes Siml)le Vows Miss l,illian l)wyer took her sim- ple vows before Rev. Father H. It. Wernke last Saturday, Feast of th(, birth of Our Lady. Her name in re- ligion is Sister Brendan. She has left for Fort Smith. Due to illness she could not have taken her vows on Aug. 15th when the others did. Fa- ther Wernke delivered the sermon, giving a learned instruction on the v'tlue of the religious life: the obliga- tions contracted, and the value of perseverance, all of wbich was highly valued by those present. Busy Hours These are very busy times for Rev. Mother Fideis, who has to attend to the various details of so many hou,cs of the Order, besides the unusual numher of cares which at this time are in evidence at St. Mary:s. annex will add a great deal to the present school building, and will be I)eneficial to both Sisters and Iupils New School Annex Begun (]round has been broken and exca- vacation was begun Wednesday morn- ing for the building of the new s,hool annex. Sanders and Ginocchio are the architects, and the contract has been let to Mr. C. J. Scizay. School Opened Wednesday The first day of registration the number of pupils registered was 175, although quite a few were not pres- cn:.the first day, but are expected within the next few days. I to]y Mass in honor of the ltoly (]host will be celebrated by Father Wernke Monday mo'ning at 8:30 for the school child- ren. Benediction of the Blessed Sac- rament will be given after the Mass. G. C. A. S. The Good Counse? Altar Society gave a benefit card party Monday after- noon, and a good crowd was present, and a neat sum realized. Arrange- Rev. Mother Joseph and Sister Au-!ments have been made in the last gustine are,zealous in attendance on meeting to begin preparations for the those incarcerated in the lenitentiary, coming Parish Fall Festival, and it and they have hopes that a who are] was urged that every member begin to (tie there soon, will through sincere I to make something for tbe Fancy" repentance, receive the pardon of A-I Bth" A good many m.embe. were present at the last meeting, and Mrs. mighty God before they depart hence. I It is hoped that all good Christians i Peters, the president, urged all to will offer prayers to God that these I continue their hearty co-operation unfortunate menmay be reconciled to with the Altar Society and to help Almighty God. work for the new school annex. Father Wemke was present at the last meet- GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH St. Joseph's blen Society The St. Joseph's Men Society held their meeting lt Friday, and a ing, and addressed the members,: and explained the plans for the new annex, and also complimented the members for their faithful work in the Society. G. C. S. I. A. The Good Counsel School Improve- ment Association will hold their first meeting of the school year Friday afternoon, at 2:30 in the pari,i ball. Mrs. Thos. Coyne, the president and her officers, are making every effort to have every mother and those in- terested for the welfare of the child'- ren and teachers enrolled in the so- eiety. Hours fgr Masses Week days, Mass at 7:30. Sundays, 7:30 and 10:30. Evening devotions, 7:45. Confessions, 3 to 6, 7 to 8:30. special meeting calledMonday night. The election of officers took place Fri- day night and the following gentle- men were elected: President, Mr. Steve Mullin, Vice-president, Mr. Al- bert Lensing, secretary, Mr. Curtis Sluyter, treasurer, Mr. Joseph Scott. It was decided that the monthly meetings will be held every second Monday of the month. Several new membel made their application. It was voted to invite all the men of the parish to join this society, and hence ration of the new branch at St. Pat- to change the name from St. Joseph's Married Men's Society to St. Joseph's Men Society. On Friday night the special meet- ing was held to make preparation for the coming Fall Festival. Mr. S. E. Wisner was chosen chairman of the Men's committee. Father Wernke ad- dressed the men and explained the plans of the New School Annex, and urged them to work together, that the debt will not hang on long, so the work of the Church will not be post- poned to any great length of time. The rick's parish, after last Mas, North Little Rock. At. 3 p. m., Initiation of members at St. Edward's Hall, 9th and Ferry Sts. Little Rock. The three degrees will be exemplified by the Degree Team of Branch 79. At 7:80 services and Benediction at St, Edwards Church. Afterwards entertainment at the Hall with illus- trated lecture by Sup. Pres. Dr. Felix Gaudin. "The Founder of the Cath- olic Church and His Followers." Every te enforced absence of Sr. M. Celes- Plans were outlined for an active one is cordially invited, school, he said is a great necessity,and tine, O. S. B., as teacher of the sev- programme to earr- the  "- A new branch was organized at the children are the future parish- enth and eighth grades t ..... Y - ocety Center Ridge last week, the Initia- toners of theparish, adthis made it hi stO; 'B nrougn ne winter, and much en- tion of same will take place on the necessary for us to provide room for 2a S. .,?as been thusiasm was shown by all present. 3rd Sunday in October. the coming children, although many ad e char-e of the thir" n g azz: navng New apparatus has been added to; g u a u secona graaes the -la---r ...... I Three more applications were sent of us would prefer to see the new ....... ' p yg ouna eqmpmen tnrougn rne mrge registration on the open- the activities of th -- -. , I in by Branch 476, Pocohontas, Ark., Church going.up. He complimented ne ASsociation, an(ll ing day augurs well for a successful . , _ .. I this m kes 11 new applicants by the parishonersfor their splendid co- pmns were mane for the purchasing I Branch 176 in the last 3 weeks. " year for the school. , : , a operation with him, since the Rt. Rev. of a moving pmture machine for the Full tme sessions will be resumed The largest attended meeting and Bishop appointed him as their pastor on Monday, Sept. 17th. l use of the school. Meetings" of the the most harmonious meeting was three years ago. During the three I years the debt of $5,800,00 on the Cathedral Aid Society Association are held on the second held by St. Andrews Branch No. 99 school was cleared besides the many A largely attended meeting of the Thursday of each month and all par- Conv/ay, last Sunday. improvements made in the ROME .CABLE Rome, Sept, 10.An enthusiastic welcome was accorded the ecclesiasti- cal dignitaries and government offi- cials who took part in the St. Columo ban centenary, at Bobbio. The city was gay with Italian and Irish flags and banners bearing Italian and Gaelic. The Irish delegation included Pres- ident Cosgrave; Professor MNeil, Minister of Educatlon; Marquis Mav- Swiney, and Mr. 0 Reilly, aide to the president; the archbishops of Dublin and Tuam; and the bishops of Cor and Belfast. A soul cannot be eternally sat.%fie with kindness, and a soothing mur- mur, and the singing of hymns.The Church'Confessions of a Convert. '(N. C. W. C. Special Cable) [ v \\; m