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% 'd / .2 '. I , It PAG TWO SOCIAL AND PERSONAL i M'. and Mrs. Paul S. Julienne and little son, Paul, Jr., left Saturday for their home in New Orleans. I Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gr'acie and (laughter, Miss Sallie, have returned from a summer trip abroad. Mrs? Loftus Collamore and (laugh-_. ters, Misses Arleen and Anna Louise, have returned from an extended visit /vith relatives in California. Mr. and Mrs. George Porbeck and THE GUARDIAN, SATUR DAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920. . .... i / under the pastorate of Fr. Wernke, ..':-- --:--:= _--:=------_ - _--_-- ........ 6 and it should be so generous tlmt our loyalty to the Holy Father will be NEA I" WEEK sister, Miss Marie Kirspel, spent see- the Sunday Masses will be at 7:30 eral days wit friends at Morrilton and 10:30. High Mass at 10:30 will the past week. be a feature and a fixture on and Mrs. W. B. Robinson and daughter, Helen, have returned from California, after a three months' visit, and are "the guests of Mrs. Tom Quinless, 2311 Louisiana. The many friends of Mrs. Edward Monahan extend sincere sympathy to her in the death of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Foley, who died at her home in Minneapolis; Minn., on Friday last. Mrs. Monahan was at her bedside when the end came. Majestic Party. Miss Virginia R6goski will enter- tain with a Majestic party on Sat- urday, October 16, in honor of Miss Anna Louise Keller. Buffet Supper. Miss Rose Lafferty will compliment Miss Anna Louise Keller and her bridal party with a buffet supper fol- lowing the rehearsal Tuesday, October 19. Bridge Party. Miss May Letzig will entertain with a bridge party Saturday, October 2, in honor of Miss Anna Louise Keller. Food Sale. Mrs. Edward Reville and Mrs. M. Martin will conduct a food sale at the Lonergan store, Main street, Sat- urday, October 2, from 9 a. m. until 6 p.m. The proceeds will be devote to the Cathedral Aid fund. -- ] Cathedral Aid Meeting. The tirst meeting of the season of the Cathedral Aid Society will be held in Cathedral Hall on Monday after- noon at 3 o'clock. Miscellaneous Shower. Miss Margalet Himstedt will com- pliment Miss Anna LouiseKeller with a miscellaneous shower on Thursday afternoon, September 30. Mr. John M. Gracie, of 503 East Sixth street, this city, a member of the Cathedral parish, and one of the largest individual cotton growers of the world, made a most interesting address on last Monday before the Jefferson county unit of the Ameri: can Cotton Association, at Pine Bluff, Ark. British Have No Use for Americans. Mr. Gracie is not a man of flimsy assertion and his remarks bore tell- ing weight with the large number of business men who were present. They knew that he was anding out to them straight goods and staple facts. He told them, among other thing, s, that "England is insanely jealous of Americans." Over there he realized that they had no use for Americans, whom they constantly twitted in pri- vate and in their papers and on the stage caricatured and burlesqued Americans and their affairs. France Appreeiates Us. On the other hand, Mr. Gracie found the French people to be very fraternal. They had some little ap- preciation of the great aid given to the Allies and especially the French nation during the war. Should Make Peace With Germany. Personal touch and close stffdy of tlm scheme of things as Europe now presents them to an American busi- ness man, Mr. Gracie declared that thi country should make peace with Germany as quifldy as possible and should never again take part in Euro- pean affairs or again send our pre- cious American youths over the seas. When again the nations of Europe have their "backs to the wall" they nmst of themselves step forth and rot put up the 'appealing cry for Ameri- can help. American relief and help is not appreciated. This is now very evident, especially in England. Hold Your Cotton. He was not enthusiastic as to the cotton outlook and said that farmers should not dump their cotton on the market as soon as it is ginned, but should sell only enough for immedi- ate needs and hold the remainder un- til a better price can be secured. Europe is unable to buy much cotton, he said, because of their depreciated money and because many of the mills on the continent have not been re- built. Being one of the largest/individual cotton growers in the world, Mr. Gracie, while in England, attempted to make contracts to sell direct to the spinners, but they refused to depart from their old custom of dealing with the middlemen. ST. BARTItOLOMEW'S SCHOOL. I Colored Parish School Breaks All Records for Attendance. The school term opened this year with the largest registration of chil- dren in its history. The large school on Marshall street has }low quite its full capacity with the 204 studying there under the direction of the Sis- ters-Scrvant of the Holy Ghost. Rev. J. J. Steinhaer, S.V.D., the pastor, is zealously busy in giving our colored chilflren the accommodations and the advantages of an up2to-date paro- chial ,school. I OBITUARY,, Tea for Miss Keller. Miss Helen Burke will entertain with a tea on-Saturday, October 9, in honor o Miss Anna Louise Keller. Cecilian Club. The regular monthly meeting of the Ceciliaa. Club will be held at Cathe- dral Hall after the 9 o'clock Mass on Sunday, October 3. Miscellaneous Shower. The Young Ladies of .St. Edwards' parish will, compliment Miss Rose Gertrude Fougerousse with a mscel- laneous shower on .Tuesday evening, October 5. __ \\; Altar Society Meeting. The Altar Society of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish will meet on Friday afternoon, October 1, at 3 p. m. All are requested to attend. Alumnae Meeting. Mr. St. Mary's Alunmae held an enthusiastic meeting at Cathedral Hall on Sunday morning, Mrs. Thomap Lafferty presiding. The principal business before the meeting was the Bazaar to be held at the Mt. St. Mar;'s Academy P. H. on Mon- day, November 22. Repoi'ts from the different members shows that much interest is being taken in making the affair a great s,flcess. Mrs. Aristo Brizzolara, Jr., who is in char#e of the doll booth, re- "ported that she has a number of very bautiful dolls, which will be an added attraction. GOOD COUNCIL PARISH NOTES. Confessions will bheard off Thurs- day afternoon and evening for the First Friday communicants. First Friday devotions begin with the distributiori of ttoly Comnmnion before the Mass, which on next Fri- day ill be at 6:30. Sacred Heart devotions at 730 p. m. will consist of the Litany and beads followed by "Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. During the month of OCtober and up to and including All Sotlls Day, there will be, on week mornings, a Mass at 7 o'clock with the recitation of the beads and on every evening at 7:30 Rosary devotions and Be- diction.  , Envelopes were distributed on last Sunday for the Pope's collection, which will lm takenrp on next Sun- day ,in all the churches of the diocese, This is our first diocesan collection The smaller checking account axe given the most careful detail attention at this bank, where good service is the rule. '., Academ and Sci quite manifes and our place on the Sunday, October 3 .................................. XIX after Pentecost diocesan map of activities exalted. Monday, October 4 ........................ St. Francis of Assisi, Founder The date of the "Fall Bazaar" has Tuesday, October 5 ............... St s. I'lacidus and Companions, Martyrs. not been definitely settled, but the Wednesday, October 6 .............................. St. Bruno, Confessor The checking accounts of small businesses  ROCK COLLEG] preliminary work of securing a great Thursday, October 7 ................... Most Holy Rosary of Bl. V. Mary success is now going on. Like the Friday, October 8 .................................. St. Bridget, Widow , | didates Turn O falling oftheleaves, we hope will be Saturday, October 9 .................. Sts. Dionysius and Comp., Martyrs Ul"n'on an  ' |'|'ilege Is Promis he donations for the tables and the fflercantllt00 ' by Coaches So course was made at the Jesuit Col- land Coyne. t Mass Hours Changed. .THE CLAIMS OF THE CHURCH lege of Holy Cross at Worcester, Beginning next Sunday, October 3, PROVED BY HER :ADVERSARIES pletesMaSs" and with his ordination, corn-the theological course of the Trust Company "The Catholic Church From Without," Seminary of St. John. " " . F0Wmg the opening after Sunday, October 10. By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine Father Moran's ordination gives to  [a call for foobal Cath. Hist. Society. the Diocese of Little Rock another Second and Louisiana Srrought twenth-fi priest to assist in the increasing  |the field. All of INSANELY JEALOUS OF US. THE CHURCH parochial work. Despite the several : [trate in great ordinations of the last two years, d material to wc Mr. John M. Gracie, Recently Re- turned From European Trip, The Church the Teacher of the Nation. Bishop Morris in his zeal for an _!l probability, be r, Gives His Appreciation of abundant service to his people, con- 1  .,as a whole. Mr Present International Polity. The Church ,too, was the teacher of tinuos to find places where other  " -te' coaches of the the nations. To attempt to deny this priests are needed. His foundation of :hey are certain o I fact were to convict one's self of ig- St. John's, as a diocesan seminary, is eedy team out of tll norance. Nearly all he famous uni-year by year proving his practical Haley & Hornibro o versifies in Europe are her founda- foresightedness, and its present large Ii scheduled for th tions, Of her educational work Canon student hody assures diocesan prog- V fil tl d take place in Farrar has this to say: ress in the future, a n an Definite informa' "Consider what the Church did for Father Moran's ordination brings to All Ill d f R fl  vailable. edueation. Her ten thousand auonas- the diocese a young priest of more n  o oo n ruts have beengi teries kept alive and transmitted that than ordinary equipment in public le Main x|$  so far, and very torch of learning which otherwise life. With his educational courses, he - ;e has been done would have been extinguished long has the additional experience of asso- }rOmising that, exc, before. A religious education, incom- ciation with our Catholic fraternal so- ill be hard to deci ratably superior to the mere athleti- cieties, being a member of the Fourth .... --=:=--::=--- --:--- out of present pro: cism f the nble's hall' was extended DegreeK'fC'andtheA'O'H"in CENTRAL BAi to the meanest serf who wished it. both of which he has held responsible the coaches did I This fact alone, by proclaiming the offices. After the armistice he had e reports, the dignity of the iividual, elevated the charge of the K. of C. Employment entire hopes anddestiny of the race. Bureau in eastern Massachusetts, and Capital Stock ........... $100,000 ' upexior to that , The humanizing machinery of schools resigned from the same to resume his and universities, the civilizing,props- studies in the seminary. Surplus ............... 10,000 2-and Fr. Flaherty tar players, and a gauds of missionary zeal, were they We are constantly adding new accounts hs,, for the Littl( not due to her? And, more than this, On. to Baltimore. : her very existence was a living edu- business is increasing at a very satisfacta 'express the opinic o wit] 'back in weight  cation. It showed that the successive Mrs. I. W. Broyles left Friday However, we shah be glad 0Vered by the noti ages were not sporadic and accidental morning for Memphis to aecoflpany  our inflexible rule not to impart reformat  of speed and ac, r scenes, but were continuous and in- Mr. Broyles to Baltimore, Md., where cering the deposits of others.  esent prospects. ;qnterest and coacl herent acts in the one great drama, he has been called on business and , --u-----"---:=---:=-- .... Y" line will be dee In Christendom the yearnings of the expects to be gone several inonths. past were fulfilled; the direction of During their absence Mr. and Mrs. .OPposition in thei the future determined. Iw dim but Geo. S. Barnes ani family, of Liver- magnificent-, procession 'the giant pool, England, will take charge of who showed so forms of empires on their way to ruin'bequeathedhad each cededto hert theirher theirgifts.SCeptres,There their home at 2510 Izard street.PATRONiZE OUR ADVERTISERS. IH EXIH N lt NL WOrkelectedOn the gicomintO e was no cleft between Jerusalem and doing much to in Rome. The Poetry, the Patriotism, AN ENDORSEMENT THAT  every player and theHolerance of Heathendom were in- corporated with the Holiness, the COUNTS. NOW at 1 13 West S each indi Universality, the Hopes of the True Bond's Pharnmcy Co., will make a The final [Faith. Life bcame one broad re- Little ock, Ark LITTLE ROCK, incomplete b ' Gentlemen: ta the near future jocmg river whose tributaries, once evered, Qvere now united, and whose We sincerely thank you for the majestic stream, without one break in complimentary bottles of BOND'S its continuity, flowed on under the LIVER PILLS which you so kindly CAPTITAL and SURPLUS, EVENTS REPO] common sunlight from its Source be- sent us and we number you among, -" neath the throne of Gbd."--Hulsean our greatest benefactors, be0ase of Servic Lectures, 1870, "ChristianitT and the your generosity to our sisters ancl eo: Race," p. 186. . l our school. From experience, it I , in thousands in .ccording to Harnack, the educa-gves us much pleasure to add our TWO $[LL[0N fanny additional t{0n imparted by the Church was of OUR SSEIS ARE 0VE an excepti0nall" high order: endorsement to the genuine merit of reported. It k, least 20,000 pi "In the first place, it educated the BOND'S PILLS. We have found town last week. I Romano-Germanic nations, and edu- them to be wonderful relief agents in We make a specialty of investing visitor, "I see cated them in a sense other than that the treatment of Headaches, Billious- first mortgage loans--and therefore the in which the Eastern Church edu- hess, Dizziness or any Malarial cated the Greeks, Slavs and Orientals. ". customers and estates we represent with the myst* * * It brought Christian civiliza- trouble.\\; vestments--We act as a&ninistrators glamour of the tion to young nations, and brought it Signed Dominican "Sisters, the people's not only once so as to keep them at S. Paul School, Odell, Ill. under Will of many estates in Pulaski of the p, its first stage. No! It gave them We will Cheerfully send supplies of counties in this state--We will be something which was capable of "ex- our popular Liver Pills complimentary yOU. received from a m erder states, "S excising a progressive educational in- to any school or charitable institutions PEOPLE'S SAVINGS '00esence of p fluence, and for a period of almost a upon request. proofs." thousand years itself led the advance.  Little Rock, Arkansas that on Sunday Up to the fourteenth century it was a leader and a mother; it supplied CAPITAL $300,000 00 tlessed Virgin " " Grey, bootmat the ideas, set the aims, and disengaged Was the first the forces."--"What Is Christianity ?' SURPLUS - - $60,000.00 'alsh frequent Lec. XIV, p. 261. We have increased our Capital  - .. -stations), we: 2 to 300 000 nd p Presence of Mr ORDIN.TION NEXT WEEK. Stock from $ 00,000 $ , en an account Wl[ll ,s" " by selling the new issue of stock at . , .... Bishop Morris to Elevate Mr. James 3P:7.,neS:::Pist;410o!lti i COMMERCIAL TRUST P. Moran to the Holy Priesthood $ , . ,  . at St. Andrew's Cathedral. bet:r care h f :Ue: v p:::nt depositors ' Formerly  ,f:h: T:mVn e Ha , as ell as t e , ', r On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nfflalld Nati0na'l Bank ' LASKER-MORRIS BANKM & -00RUST :,, -" wnen lvi l:t" and'placedra of next week the impressive ceremo- E nits in connectio with the episcopal d l Fourth an am th two priests administratiou of the Sacrament of 4ii:! isth;eddyn:e'[ the placevhe Holy Orders'will take place in St. 00llllllll$1111nllnllllllllnlUilllllllll$11111 [f Deposited inavings Account will earn announced later. Sa[{)t 3 wo n'enience !, ohg ,, ] ea ,,'n,mrrrr,,e st reports tl On Thursday and Friday, Rt.-Rev. : > " a-become Bishop John B. Morris, D.D.,,vill con- In Depositing Your Saving, With the [ ..... , .' . . "  ho was taken fer on Mr. James P. Moran the office SOUTHERN TRUST l] I.. . ' . = P ltlon ,s s' ap ar'' " of Subdeaconship and Deaeonship re-  f_,.. --. Was cured of dur , spectiVely, and on Saturday morning   ) \\; :,tl will elevpte him to the Holy Priest- C0II ANY [I ' ' -';i Priests There. hood. , [| / V ]   '_' Lt lgrims in Temp! Very Rew W. H. Aretz, S.T.D., dio- you not only obtain eomllete safet] II + .J I "[/ /! "1 haa i*'brs of A. cesan chancello and dean of t. or your funds and 4 per cent interest X"l . .fr#j,,. aild Christ" John's Seminary, will have the direc- cemp0unded twice a year, but .u als,,[I  ]  "d States C::L1B:I know that your money is readily avail / I ]'k.$Q-'-__..][P l I- l ad diredtio  John Edward Talley. -Lion of the ceremonies, assisted by , _ ..... John Edwm'd Talley died September the Re,'. Faculty and seminarians. d, le Whenever you may require i:.. I I g!!,-----.l  ]" ##fllfl"- 'th the pil-rima 21 at Kerrville, Texas. He is sur- Many of the diocesan clei'gy and the Rcmemher (hat a small amount de 1|   e '1]' hy the Tip viced by his wife and one daughter, friends of the young Levite will be positel regularly at fixed interval. [I :::tltariffsl igade Pehar.ghave Miss Mary Annie Talley. The body present ,and at the conclusion of the will produce far hetter  results thin " an was brought to Little Rock on Friday. final ceremony will be the recipients the Infrequent depbitlng of large,/I '  ,.' of,the Volu 0 e Funeral services were conductcd from of Fat, her Moran's ,:acerdotal bless- amounts, l| always expresses to the passer-by the 10lf trac, was st. Andrew's Cathedral Fiday morn- tug. / , _-_ [I with" whmh" It" was selected. If you ve vy ry Motpnsts v" ing at 9:30 o'clock, Rev. George, Mc- 1 The services will be public ands ha 1] a01 been held u 9ermott singing the Ma,s of Requiem. :general invitation is extended to 00OUTI'tERN/I ,,c  nlemorial, we will carry it to the ll,aiers [lurial'was in Calvary Cemetery.'lthose desiring to witfless he august TRUST COMPANY ]l accordance with your desire. We are | Mrs. Ta'lley is the daughter of John administration of the Sacrament of " | vice for monumental work of any kind. "r8 TO PURiTY'9'e.a,vA Yor .ha7"a$_ w. Firaey of Searcy, Ark., who was Holy Orders. 4:" / NO Agen'ts--No Commission. Write 'lble to be present at the funeral after Mr. Jmnes P. Morn is a native of _. AI_IAN:I00 since soc " most serious illness. Their many Brockton, Mass., where he received Opposite the Potoffice 1yjLk_l  -kl. l t-l  L. of the fami riends all over Arkansas condole his early education in the parochial with the Finley family in this present schools served by the Sisters of ! the bereavement. Charity of Nazareth. His collegiate'llililililllllllllllllllilillllilililllllllilllllil 412-414 West Markham St. , LITTLE Ko!y on the Patron " " ost importa , the wo '   of fami in th /- ] I ', "