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Mount St. Mary's College Alumnae Entertainment. The ahunnae of Mount St. Mary's College, Pulaski Jteights, will hohl their annual sale ou the 19th attd 20th of this month. Quite extensive ar- rangements are being made towards the social as well as iinaucial success of tile entertanqnent. The Knights of Co[utubus have most generously ex- tended their hospitality and have thrown open their club roonts to the dunmac for the occasion. The pop- ularity of ttte Knights of Columlms quarters lends further strength and further assurance of success. The en- tcrtaimnent will open on Thursday night, October 19, with an informal reception, to which the alumnae ex- tend a most cordial invitation to tlteir friends and to all those interested to be present. Musical numbers will be rendered during the evening. Fancy articles of ;tll kinds, aprons, home- made candies and, in fact, everything usually fouud at a bazaar will be on exhibition and for sale at most rea- sonable prices. On Friday afternoon the sale will open at 2 o'clock and continue until 5. There will also be a bridge party, commenemg promptly at 3 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded those making the highest score. A fee of 50 cents will be collected from those taldng part in tile game. Fri- day night a large euehre party will be the feature, to which a charge of 50 cents will be made. To all those attending the reception and sale there will be no adtnittance fee charged. On Saturday afternoon the children will be given an amusing time, and all children are invited to be preseut. Amusements will be provided and the ever-popular fish pond will be well stocked. Let the little ones come and bring their wickets and enjoy the opportunity offered them. ,V- Regular Meeting Of Altar Society. The Altar Society of St. Andrew's Cathedral met in regular session on Monday afternoon in the ladies' par- lor of the Knights of Columbus club roonts. Owing to tile illness of the President the tneeting was called to order by the Vice President, Mrs. Thomas Lafferty. The usual routine of business was gone througlt with, Mrs. John Tuohey, the Treasurer, made a report of the tinancial condi- tion of tile society, which was not only encouraging, but very creditable. The society is free frotn deht and has some money iu hank. Father Doyle was a welcome visitor to tile meeting. An adjournment was taken until tile first Monday in Noventber. St. Adnrew's Aid To Give Card Party. On Monday afternoon there will be a card p;,rty, untler the attspices of St. Andrew's Aid. to which a cordial invitat/on is extended to those who are interested in the Aid and the no- ble work they are doing. The many demands that have been made upon the treasnry has ahnost depleted it, aud it is to raise money to help the cause of charily that this party is given A free will offering will be taken at the door. The committee in charge hope to see all their friends at the Knights of Columbus rooms on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock . Hallowe'en Party Promises Success. The Hallowe'en party for the bene- tit of St. Joseph's Orphanage prom- ises to be quite a success. Quite a nutnber of children have signitied their willingness to take part and are very enthusiastic as to its success. The canse being such a worthy one, a large attendance is expected. Miss Mary Lensing will entertain the Thursday Card Club this week. Mrs. J. Pierce Gracie and Miss Maud Gracie h'ave returned from Lake Geneva, Minn. Miss Sallie Gracie will be absent several weeks longer. , %7 Mrs. Z. T. Hedges ts somewhat im- proved. Miss Mary Garrety of Memphis is visiting Mrs. John M. Rose. J_ ._ o Miss Dorothy Dungan has returned home, having spent the summer with relatives in Canada. ,,, Mrs. John H. Martin is making an extended trip through tile North and East. Mr. and Mrs. William Heibach and Mrs. Kate Mortimer are still in Min- neapolis, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby. __-.+ The Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Andrew's Cathedral will meet on Sun- day, Octoher 8. All nlentbers are urged to attend. St. Anthony's Aid will entertain with a card party at the Knights of Columbus club rooms on Monday afternoon, October 9, at 2:3o o'clock. Free will offering. St. Vincent's Aid will meet on Tuesday afternoon, October Io, at 3 o'clock, at St. Vincent's Infirmary. INVESTIGATE WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED THE HOME FURNISHER. We can furnish your home from kitchen to parlor At a Moderate Cost EITHER CASH OR CRFDIT. We cite below a few requisites : BRASS BEDS, WARDROBES, BUFFETS, LIBRARY TABLES, DINING TABLES, LINO- LEUM, KITCHEN TABLES, KITCHEN CHAIRS, KITCHEN CABINETS, RUGS, CHIFFONIERS, COUCHES, ROCKERS. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US. Adair Furniture Company 5th and La. Sts. Phone 1626 THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN" Catholic Items The Catholic University Stuntner School was a decided success. The Cathedral oi Lincoln, Neb., will be dedicated on Decemtmr 8, the feast of the hnmaculate Conception. The first school in the New World was fonnded by Brother Peter de Gante, O. F. M.. in t524. It was a school for indians. "rite eyes of the Catholic world are turned toward Cincinnati this week, where the tilth National Fmcharistic Congress is in session. %% The widely-heralded men and re- ligion movement is said by an enthusi- ast to be the most stupendous work since the Refortnatiou. Bttt tile ntove- 'nlent in itself is an avowal that the reformation was and is a religious failure.Provideuce Visitor. .:, The ntunber ot pupils who finish the eighth grade n the schools of tiffs country is only about one-third, or certainly not more than one-half of those who started in the first grade. The number who remain to complete the course in tile high school is not more than one in ten. The attitude of the Italian govern- utent to ward the Vatican scents to have undergone a change for the bet- ter, since it has forbidden the erecnon of a tablet opposite the Pope's resi- dence to comntentorate the seizure of Rome and the fall of the temporal power. For the tirst tittle in the history of the superior court in Des Moines prayer was offered by a Catholic priest last Weduesday morning at m:3o o'clock, at the opening of the civil session before Judge Patrick Rt. Rev. Bishop Daniel F. Feehan of the Fall Fiver diocese received tile in- vitation front Judge Keating to offer prayer. The engineers of the Vatican have planned a new road leading direct from the Apostolic Palace to the gar- dens, which will enable the Pope to step front his own aparament intme- diately into the fresh air. At present the FIoly Father must pass through Raphael's Loggia attd the Lapidarian Museum before reaching the gate of the gardens. Te Rt. Rev. John J. Clancy, Bishop of Elphin, in the western part of Ire- land, arrived in New York last week on the Baltic, and is spending a few days at the home of Detective Martin Downs, Mrs. Downs being a niece of the Bishop. Accompanying the prel- ate on the voyage were his niece, sis- ter Erminia of tile Sisters of St. whose home is in Rochester, and her two little nieces, Esther and Ermina Downs. The Protestant ministers who ob- jected to rite city of Baltintore honor- ing Cardinal Gihbons by declaring a city holiday in his honor must feel mighty little since His Eminence has also objected, saying he didn't want the poor laborers to be deprived of their hire on his account. d- --- 9" ' "f Mrs. Charles O Malley, wt e of the late Charles J. O'Malley, don't appear to be tneeting with the same success in her literary work as her illustrious husband did. Some of the critics are not saying real good things ahout her productions and her opinions of what is good or bad, but that may be only one of the avenues that lead to fante. 'Champ Clark thinks it is possible to accomplish things in this world without passing laws through legis- latures. He says if all tile Protestant clergy would set their faces against solemnizing marriages between people who have been divorced, as the Cath- olic clergy do, the numher of divorces would very quickly fall off, and fall off very largely throughout the Union. Public libraries,'::says the Catholic Coluntbian, are maintained by the taxes of tile people. Catholics as well as Protestants are taxed. Catholic members should be on the board of directors, so that Catholic hooks would be purchased It is up to Cath- olic readers to call for Catholic books and to Catholic citizens to see that one of their faith be placed on the oard of management.New World. That ts a good work which tilt ARKANSAS LEADS Catholic Wotnen's I.eagtte of Chicago IN MANY THINGS. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. is doing. Fronl its roonls at 705 \\;Vest Madison street, where it has a btt- The Little lZock Board of Tr:tde State Council. Officers--Chaplain Rt Rev. John B. Mot'- t'eau for the protection of girls, it sends out a leaflet CXlflaining why the ris, Little Rock; State Deputy, John 1t sends one the following invitation: city and State are rapidly growing in Vaugbn, Fort Smith; State Secretary, F. "\\;Ve bhouht like to have every girl wealth. These arc the factors which Mblvoy,Gi'ncchi'l.ittleLittleRock:Rck; StateState.warden,Treasurer'B. Jtij. WIIo plans to conic to C,hicago realize connt: .... Ivers,Dunn' FortFrtsmith.Smith: State Adw)cate, C. 1L the dangers that await her and notify .\\;rkansas t'atl fifth in cottou t-alS- Little Rock. tts before leavinff hotue. .,,o that we in',.'. OfficersCbaplain, Rev. P. Enright, V. G.; ntight meet her and conduct her to ..\\;rkansas is seventh in the l)rdnc- GrandGrand Knight,Knight' s.T'G. J'o'Rourke;McCarthY;chan, ellor,De'uty safe lodgings attd honorable emph)y- lion of yellow Inne. llcnry Lensing, Financi;[l Secretary; lnent Arkansas has the largest sawmill ill A. Viek, Recorditlg Secretary; R. '" Warden, IIerman J. Lcnsing; Treasure1 :. the world, at Stamps. ward O'Brien; Lecturer, J. V. Falisi; The Avondale I()hio) Club, with its Arkansas has the largest fruit dis- catej'. P. Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prieut Outside Guard, J. J. Rice. beautifttl twenty-two and a half acres, tillery in the world, at Bentonvillc. Meetings  First and third Wednesday has been sold to St. X:tvier College Arkansas raises one million bales nights of each month. ' HallOld conveut building, corner Seventh for $85,ooo. On the completiou of the of cotton, worth $75.ooo,ooo. and Louisiana streets first and second floor plans St. Xavier will be the ntost elab- Arkansas last year raised agricul- orate Catholic institntion of the Mid- tnral products worth $285,ooo,ooo. Texarkana. OfficersGrand Knight, Tbos, W. Hunter; del Vv'est. Arkansas has nloic nlineral spriugs Deputy Grand Knight, Geo. C. Maher; Chan- "l, thatt any other State ill the Union. ccllor, Geo. A. Landsdale; Financial Secre- tary, Victor A. Ghio; Recorder, Harry J. Former Senator Tltotuas II. Carter Arkansas has tile largest rice yield Browner; Treasurer, Will J. O'Dwyer; War- of Montana wlto died at Iris honle in per acre of any State in the Union. den, Andrew L. Doyle; Advocate, Frank A. Thomas; Lecturer, Patrick Byrne; Inside Nashington suddenly ou the t7th in- Arkansas produces tile smokeless Guard, Win. Kelley; Chaplain, Rev. Jas. M. stant, was bttried on Tuesday in that coal used hy the United States navy. llayes. Meetings  Second and fourth Monday city at High Mass, at which absoht- Arkansas has the longest bridge in nights of each month. Hall'rhird floor Foreman building, cor- tlon was given by Diomede Falconio. the world at Dardanelle. ner of State Liuc avenue and East Third - - :  - Arkansas this year sold lutnber, street. FORT SMITH NEWS. shingles, etc., to the vahle of $I95,- Pine Bluff. OfliersChaplain, Rev. J, M. Lucy, V., G. ; (l:ronl the City Itetn.) ooo,ooo. Arkansas has the hottest springs in Grand Knight, Jules T. Borresen; Deputy the world, Hot Springs, sixty in nun1- Grand Knight, 'I'. M. Doyle; Chancellor, F. E. Deitz; Financial Secretary, John Kirch- VENERABLE LADY CALLED TO REWARD. ber. graber; Recording secretary, J, Frank Fra- Arkansas has more tniles of naviga- ney; Warden, Chas. J. Herman;..treaswer, Ben Sylvester; Lecturer, Rev. J. t'. r,erce; After a long residence of thirty ble rivers than any other State in the Advocate, N. T. Jenkins; Inside Guard, Neddo Marino; Outside Guard, John J. Dono years in this city, Mrs. Ellen Kallan, Union. van; Trustees, A. C. Briner, T. P. King and wife of Mr. Dan Kallan, sexton of the Arkansas has the only diamond Peter Gang. MeetinfsFirst and thtrd Thursday night| Catholic Centetery, fell into the last ntines in the world outside of Africa-- of each month. sleep Friday, Sel)tetnber 22, at her in Pike cottnty. HallImperial Lodge, K. of P., West hotne on South Eighteenth street. Arkansas pays the highest school Second avenue. Mrs. Kallan had the kind miuistra- tax in the United States, according Fort Smith. lions of the Sisters and nurses at to populatton. OfficersChaplain, Rev. P. F. Horan, I). St. Edward .," Intirntary--and they Arkansas produces, coal, silver, D. ; Grand Knight, John II. Vaughn; Deputy Grand Knight, Charles E. Breslin; Chat*. they found her a very gentle patient-- galena, ntarble, slate, oil stone and celior L. leating; Financial Secretary, Joe until a short tittle before her death, clays of every description. Warden,Stiesberg;A,RecrdingE. Boqua,Secretary'Jr.; Treasurer, J' M. RiellY;w. J. when, at her request, she was moved Arkansas has the richest land in Carter; Lecturer, Henry Kuper; Inside Guard, Dan Harrington; Outside Guard, V. I. home, that she might die surrounded the world, as shown by the fact that Meyers. by the friends and neighbors she had the first premiunt on cotton has al- * = : known so long. Mrs. Kallan was long ways been awarded to this State by CHURCH DIRECTORY. a sufferer, and pain had hent her poor the world's fairs. dody ahnost douhle. A great lover of St. Andrew's Cathedral. flowers and children, the honte in Arkansas has the highest mountain Corner Seventh and Louisiana. which she lay was a bower of fragant in the United States hetween the A1- VerYSundayReV.service._W. Aretz, Rev. P. J. Itiggins. blossoms, leghenies and the Rockies--Mount 7:oo a. m. The funeral was held irom the Magazine. 8:co a. m. IO:OO a. m. Catholic Chnrch Saturday afternoon, Arkansas is on the same parallel of Benediction, 7:30 p. m. Father Stocker officiating. A large latitude as the Garden of Eden, and number of children were antong the the climate is the same as that of Los St. Edward's Church. Corner Ninth and Sherman. /fiends in attendance, and her grave Angeles. Father Maurus, O. S. B., Pastor. was banked with beautiful floral of- Arkansas has the largest bauxite Sunday Services--- 6:3o a, m. ferings. Mrs. Kallan leaves a hus- field in the world, near Little Rock, 8:3o a. m. 0:30 . m. hand, son attd daughter to ntourn her supplying nearly all the aluminunt Benediction, 7:3o P. m. loss. used in the world. The pallbearers wcre Dan Harring- Arkansas has more pearls in her Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Ninth and Marshall. ton, Henry Hinch, Jerry Kelly, Jatnes rivers than any other State in the Father Shannahan, Pastor. Brier and John Hendricks. Union, ntany of them selling as high Sunday services-- 7:3 a. m. " as $Io,ooo each. to:co a. m. THE GARDEN PARTY. Arkansas has two counties, accord- Benediction, 7:3o P. m. The garden party given Monday ing to the United States censusBen- St. Bartholomew's. night on the academy grounds by ton attd Vashington, having more Marshall Street, Between Sixteenth and Scy- the ntetnbers of St. Edward's Guild apple trees'thau any other counties m enteenth. Father Joseph I-Ioflinger, S. V. D., Pastor. was pronounced a success. The night the United States, Niagara connty, Smiday services; was perfect. The beautiful hewn was Ne York, being third.--National Fur- ,o:aoa. m. :30 a. hi. lighted with a brilliant necklace of niture Journal, Chicago. Benediction 7:3op.m. electric bulbs that shimmered high =. above the heads of the many in at- Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost. tcndance. Pretty refreshments and CONWAY MAN PRAISES Gospel, St. Matt., ix. *-8. anlusement booths were constantly ARMSTRONG SPRINGS. s. s. St. Bridget of Sweden. %V. M. 9. St. Denis and Conlp., MM. crowded with patrons. Seats were ar- Francis Borgia. C, St Germanus, B. M. ranged in front of the academy for After Three Months' Stay at Great  , I st. Health Resort He Goes Home Th. ]2. St. Winfrid, B. C. those who enjoyed the excellent pro- F. 3. St. Edward. K. C. grant arranged by Misses Bessies Much ImprovedHis S. *4. St. Callistus, P. M. Statement. z .r Breen and Ottida Newman. The pro- gram was interpreted on thc academy A MAGNIFICENT LEGACY. - stcps, lhat made an axcellent stage, Feeling that he has been wonder- ;'il ooeuing, as they do. on the front hall, fully 1)extetited by the great waters of During the past week the Catholic % where the piano was conveniently Armstrong Springs, a leading citizen Church Extension Society has been placed. The first imtnber was a piano of Conway, whose initials are given the recipient of securities in the sum /: solo, excellently rendered by Miss helow, asks that The Southern Guar- of $t5,0o0. the sante being the bequest Mary Colbert. This was followed by dian publish the following statement, of a deceased clergyntan, who resided a touching vocal nuntber. "Rosentary wllich is given in his own language: in Chicago, the headquarters of the for Rementbrance." hy Miss Uuida "I have just returned from a three society. This magnificettt legacy was Newman. Miss G. Kuper gave one of tnonths' stay at th health resort of bequeathed as a designated gift, por- her delightful character sketches. Arntstrong Springs, and out of grati- tions of which are to be distributed to Miss O'Lcary attd Neville Kelly were rude to the people in charge attd the the various charitable activities of very graceful m a song attd dance, cttrative power of the water 1 feel it this society and also to the Indian ., Burley Johnson closed the program tny dnty to make the following state- bureau, in connection with its work. with a fine vocal solo. After the pro- ment: I ant a man pretty well ad- A few weeks ago the Church Ex- gram creant and cake were served by vanced in years. I am not goiug to tension Society also received front beautiful girls at small tables on the try to make anyone helieve that it has this estate $2,ooo in securities, for the lawn. The young people and children ntade me young again, but do say that purpose of having Masse said for the enjoyed games. Then dollars were it has certainly done nte much good. repost of the soul of the deceased, realized fr,tn the beauttful cake made And I have personally witnessed many thus making the total beqttest $17,ooo.  " by Mrs. I'. E McShanc. ,Mrs. P cases of complete recivery during nay This good father, although no longer O'Shea won the great basket of dec- stay there. The management is well here on earth to lend his priestly as- , '7 orated fruit The Irish apples brought looked after by Rev. Father Finton sistance to the salvation of souls, has from Europe by Mrs. Hinton were Kramer. The work is in charge of left that behind him which will help greatly admired. Others who did ahout eight or ten Benedictine Sis- to carry on the ap'ostolic work to much towards the success of the lawn ters, who do their duty well and are which he consecrated his life. party were Mesdames Reynolds, Ab- very obliging to the guests I shall bott, Ivers, Carter, Kerwin, Harper, always cherish a kind feeling for them WANTEDMan to work at Con- Newman, Barry and others. More all. but especially to Sisters Benedic- than $IOO was realized, ta and Vincent, with whom I f,,und vent and Church, Pine Bluff, Ark. :- it a pleaslre ito associate. Ternts, $18.oo a month, with board, PRETTY TEA. "J. B.Z." lodging, etc. Address Sisters of Char- The last of ntany social attentions Conway, Ark. .ity, Pine Bluff, Ark. was tendered Miss Louise Kavanaugh of Little Rock hy her hostess, Miss USE ELECTRICITY Mary Phillips, Saturday afternoon mmm i,m,==, from 4 to 6 o'clock. [t took the form A press dispatcli:'from Rome, dated of a pretty tca that was greatly en- Septenlber 24, says: The comnaittee joyed hy the thirty-five young wonten iu charge of the exhibition in corn- who called. Miss Phillips proved a memoration of the establishment of charmittg hostess and wts gracefully italian unity has decided to close the assisted by Misses Virginia Williams, show on Decentber t2 and reopen it Lucile Lick and Louise Davis in the on March I. It is possihle, therefore, library and Misses Sue Martin and that a consistory for the purpose of Gladys Crane through the rooms. creating new Cardinals may be held in Miss Kavanaugh left Monday for her the middle of February. home in Little Rock. .;. --------* - The Guardian, a leading Anglican organ, in a recent discnssion of 'Mis- CHICAGO PARISH SCHOOLS, sionaries and Their Critics," admitted, More than 9o,ooo pupils have been rather sadly that "we have come to he enrolled in the parish schools of the almost surprised is a traveler does not Chicago archdiocese, which have re- remark upon the superiority of Roman sumed school work. Each school Catholic over all other missionaries, opened its year with a Mass of the whether in respect of devotion or Holy Ghost, which was offered by the methods." pupils of their respective schools. Have your home or store well lighted. 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