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Railroad Lands I pg The Land Department of the ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN and SOUTHERN LITTLE ROCK and FORT SMITH RAILWAY Announces the following LLst of Field and Locating l.amd Agents, to whom the public is invited to write for informa- tion relative to Railroad lands, of which about EIGHT HUNDRED AND fIFTY THOUSAND ACRES axe now offered for sale at very low prices and on easy terms: RICHARD JACKSON .................. Paxagould, Greene Co., Ark.. S. C. DOWELL .................... Walnut Ridge, Lawrence 0% Ark. F. M. HAM .......................... Batesville, Independence Co., Ark. WALTER G. CALDWELL .................. Searey, White Co., Ark. H. N. BEAM. ............................................. Beebe, White Co., Ark. iT. H. BRAWLEY .................................... Cabot, Lonoke Co., Ark. A. M. CROW .................................... Arkadelpkia, Clark Co., Ark. H. B. M'eKENZIE ............................ lreseott, Nevada Co., Ark. STEVE CARRI( T ...................... Hope, Hempstoad Co., Ark. W. H. DUNCAN" ........................ Con.way, Faulkner Co., Ark. CALVIN SELLEI ...................... Morrilton, Conway Co., Ark. R. B. WILSON .................................. Russellville, Pope Co., Ark. V. M. THRELKELD .................... ClarksvSlle, Johnson Co., Ark. CONRAD ELSKEN .................................... Paris, Logan Co., Ark. W. R. BURN .............................. Van Buren, Crawford Co., Ark. Each of the above gentleman is thoroughly posted upon the quality and adaptability of the scala in Ms territory, and will gladly answer all inquiries and give all possible informa, tion relative to the lands owned by the Railroad Oompanias, For general information and Free Pamphlets, Mape and Plats, write to _,. A. A. DEAN E LAND OOMMISSI'ONER - ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK, qug MEDICINE-- ! The ONLY School for a Catholic Student. LAW Two Schoolsday and night--take your choice. DENTISTRY Best clinical opportunities in the WORLD. --- ARTS AND SCIENCES The finest intellectual training; real education. ffi COMMERCE AND FINANCE -- Degrees in Accountancy. DIVINITY, PHILOSOPHY, HIGHER SCIENCES: Z ACADEMIC & COMMERCIAL DEPTS. -_= Write for free Catalogue to __- REV. PRES. J. P. FRIEDEN, S. J. =_ IF. St. Louis ___-= " University [] a i - 291 N. Grand - Avenue z - ST. LOUIS, M0. ft. J. Healey C.A. Roth Only Chapel and Private Reception Rooms in the City t Itealey & Roth FUNERAL DIRECTORS Private Grey Ambulance, Day or Night Lady Assistant 719 Main Bt. IAttle lac Axk THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN BALTIMORE HOME FOR CATHOLIC IMMIGRANTS. The recently established home for Catholic immigrants coming to the United States through the port of llaltimore was informally opened last week. The fl)rmal dedication of the home. likely by Cardinal Gibl)ons, will take l)lace within the next month or tWO. The object of the association is to provide a place for all Catholic immi- grants coming to Baltilnore and to aid them in sccurin a pcrnmnent and proper location, if they intend to re- latin in that city or State. Also to endeavor to get into communication with all the Catholic sailors of vari- otis nationalities coming to the port and to l)rovide for them a meeting place or a Catholic sailors home, where will 1)e a suitahle place for mu- tual recreation, reading room, a chapel and other rooms for conlfort. COURTESY. nlore than courtesy. Any alan can be courteous without much effort, but lice lhe eternal interests of a sick per- son to sonte imaginary temporary convenience of the body The sight of the priest might upset the patient some doctor has hinted so nltlch---alld the nurse is of the same opinionim. ()n these tlimsy grounds the relative. act at the ilnl)ortant lllOnlcn|, as tot) many of them act at other critical nm- ments of the present life. POPE AIDS PRIESTS, Sends $500,000 to Clergy, Who Are in Dire Need. Of the 8.000 priests of the Catholic Church in Portugal only 2,000 have accepted stipends from the State; the other 6.ol)o are now penniless, many of thenl in precarious circllln- stances. Through the Patriarch of Lisbon assistance has been asked of the Holy See at Rome. The Patri- arch has received a rel)ly front the Vatican and the Pope will give $5oo,- Friendliness if, after all, but little ooo. apparently only a few connect the two. Friendliness is the developntent of courtesy, which makes it warm. Somehow it puts a little heart into the acts which are cold and inclined to formality when one is merely courte- ous. And yet courtesy has as its root cates that it is supposed to spring a word meaning heart which indi- from the heart, leading one to desire to be of service to another. TO TRACE THE "LEAKAGE." The American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia propose to in- vestigate the basis for the assertion that there has been an enormous "leakage" from the Church in Amer- ica. At the recent convention of Catholic editors Martin I. J. Griffin of Philadelphia asked his brethren of the press to aid hint iu discovering the tnan for the work. He said that the society was willing to pay a good sal- ary to any competent man who would devote all his time for at least five years to the inquiry. DIFERENCE BETWEEN A PARISH AND A MISSION. Somebody asks what is the differ- ence between a parish and a mission? Well, a mission is a small number of families willing and anxious to have the consolations of religion and ready to pay the expenses. A parish con- sists of t large number of families spoiled with church facilities which too often they do not fully appreciate and sometimes kept so busy putting everything on their heads that they have not time or inclination to pay their, full share of the expenses. The nnsstons often pay a dollars a man for the priest's visits, the parishes too frequently wait for a roast front the pulpit and then shell out their nickels gingerly. A great difference, truly.-- Catholic Advance. ARCHBISHOP OF KINGSTON. Ceremony of Consecration Will Take Place on October x8. It is probahle that the consecration i t of Most Rev. M. J. Spratt, D. D., the new Archbishop of Kingston, Canada, S outhern G uardian w,,, take place in St. Mary's Cathedral on Wednesday, Octoher 18, at which Ads Bring Results INVESTIGATE i LqDUIS KOERS Carriages Buggies Studebaker , Tenesse Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Harness, Whips and Robes 21 E. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK llllllllllllllllll =" Fall Millinery in Beautiful and - w g _ Exclusive Desil00ns Most Rev. Paul Bruchesi, D. D of Montreal, Most Rcv. Charles It. Gau- thief, D. D., of Ottawa, Bishops O'Connor of Peterhoro, Fallen of I.ondon. Dowling of Hamilton, Sasey of St John, N. B., and a large nmnber of the priqsthood from all parts of Canada and the United States will attend. Hen. Charles Murphy, Secre- tary of State, will represent the Do- minion government and Hen. J. JI Foy, Attorney General, will represent the Ontario Legislature. ABOUT THE MAINE. Said to Be Certain That Explosion Was Caused by Mine. A VVashington dispatch of Septcnt- ber 25 says: "Naval officers were elated today over the story from Havana that an examination of the keel of the Maine showed conclusively that a submarine mine caused the explosion of the ship's magazine and was the real cause of the blowing up of the vessel "The report from Havana is in ac- cordance with the reports by the naval board, of inquiry which investi- gated the blowing up of the vessel and the report of Commander Power- son, who supervised the investigation, was the manner in which naval officers spoke of the story. "Army engineer officers refuse to discuss the report. They maintain that it would not he fair to make any statements without viewing the ex- posed parts of the vessel." CALLING IN THE PRIEST. In his letter to the Eucharistic Con- gress recentl held at Madrid, Spain, the Holy Father strongly condenms a too frequtnt sentiment of humanity and pity of not calling in the priest to the bedside of the sick until the torpor of the senses has already in- hibited unconsciousness. _ The priest should be summoned as soon as possi- ble to all who are in danger, They are not friends who hesitate to sacri- LENSING'S 701 Main Street Phone 2658 ]lllllllllllllillllllllll FIRST BISHOP OF TOLEDO. Rt. Rev. Joseph Schrembs, D. D., Was Enthroned on October 4. Octoher 4 marked a new epoch in the history of Catholicity iu Chic, when Rt. Rev. Joseph Schrentbs, D D., was installed as the first Bishop of tile new Toledo diocese. St. Fran- cis de Sales' Church in that' city was the scene of Bishop Schremhs' instal- fatten. RIGHTEOUS INDIGNATION. So you want a divorce do you?" said the lawyer, peering over his glasses at the worried little titan in front of hint. "Yes, sir; I've stood about all I can, My wife has turned suffragette, and she is never at honle." "It is a pretty serious thing to break up a family, you know. Don't yon think you had better try to make the best of it for a while? Perhaps it is only a passing fad." "Tlmt's what I've been doiug, but there are some things a man can't stand. I don't mind the cooking, and I haven't kicked on washing the dishes, but I do kick on ,having pink ribbons run into my nightshirt to try to fool the babies."--Norman E. Mack's National Monthly. "TEETOTAL." Friday last, the Glasgow Herald says, was the eightieth anniversary of the birth of the word "teetotal." On September I, I83I, seven members of the Preston Tentperance Society al- lowed Joseph Livesy to affix their names to a pledge of total abst'inence. Livesey did not invent the term "tee- total," but had the good sense to adopt it Richard Turner ,acountry- man. dechtred with a stutter at one of the Preston meetings that he would lie a "real-down, out-and-out tee-tee- total forever and ever." "file name stuck. Z' L. S. Stahl00 TIN, SHEET IRON ANO COR- NICE WORKER Hot Air Furnaces. Metal and Slate Roofing. All Work Guaranteed. xx3-xx5 East Third Street. Phone 238o ..... Little Rock, Ark. Georgetown Visitation Convent A Boardinll and Day School for Youe Ladies and Little GirlJ Daliffhtfullx Situated an Georletawn HMfhts WASHINGTON. D. C. Feunded in 1799, Address Sister Directcrs MIVELAZ'S CAFE P. L. MIVELAZ, Manager. Phone 73. Successor to GLEASON'S HOTEL CAPE. z4 West Second Street. ALL DELICACIES IN SEASON. OYSTERS IN SEASON. RAYBURN The Artistic Ptaotographer is now giving his strictly first-class work at the following lrices:. $25, $x2.5o, $I5.oo, $7.5o, $12.oo, $6.oo;, $8.oo, 94.00, $6.oo, $3.oo, in either black and white or sepia (brown). Finished work delivered in one week. Our name, our guarantee. No kodak finishing. Corner Ninth and Center. Phone 362. 1 II SKINNE & ADAMS CONCTORS Do all kinds of building, cabinet and repair work. Prices right. Work guaranteed. Phone 23., I3ooMain street, The Lmrdest and Mast Complete:Stock In the State to Select From MONAHAN & STEINERT DEALERS IN Monuments and All Kinds of  Tombstones OidlPhone 2565 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. $3.00 to $5.00 a Tooth For Bridge Work We save you money and guarantee our work. Try us and be convinced. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS 422t 424t Main Street, Corner Fifth Street Open Nights. Over Hamilton's |!`. i D0n't throw that old Trunk away Telephone us and let us send for your old trunks and suitcases, [] to be repaired. You will be agreeably surprised at the very small = amount of money you will have to expend to have them put in []" first class condition: TIle unusual solidity of all materials is a special feature of all goods of our Construction All kinds of trunks made to order. Sample Trunks, Skirt Trunks, Hat Trunks, Gents' Trunks, Theatrical Trunks, etc. WALDENBERGER'S TRUNK FACTORY. Old Phone 547. 4zz Main Street. llllllllllllllllllllllllllll[l I I I I W. B. WORTHEN, Pru. B. THRUBTON, smt. 0ashlar. GOBDON N. PEkY, OImMer. GEOROE G. WotTLN, Aut. Oa|ldor. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $380,000 W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY I Bankers, Brokers, Real Estate mad Fire Insurance Agenta LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS I " I The Home Purchase Plan "'Who ever heard of a man shouldering his gun to fight for his boarding house" The Equitable Life "Strongest in the World." Offers It's Home Purchase Plan To the Citizens of Little Rock The Conditions Are Reasonable, Inquire About It. W. E. BILHEIMER, General Agent, State Bank Bldg. ii n i ii i ill i i ] I CUT H THIS LINE AND MAIL TODAY \\; Subscription Order CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY 3 1  W. Markttrn St., Little Rock, Ark. 1911 Ktndl se.d THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN to m address for one year. I enclose herewith $1.50 in payment of same. Draw mark thllnilh finn nnt ap|iinakln I will remitforsame on ..... 1911