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Page wo THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN I Charity Euchre Pleasant Event. The charity euchre nltdcr the aus- 1)ices of St Ajttholly&apos;s ,\\;id was given on Mtmday afternoon. ()ctol)er 0, in the Kttights of Cohunlms clnb ro(mls. This was the third of the series of card parties, and the entlntsiasm dis- played by tho'se lJresent w;ts gratify- ing to the ladies having the affair in charge. The prizes were won by Mesdames J. J. Mahoney, Stanton and McGowan. The Rev. Father Tobin graced tile occasion with his presence and received a warnl welcome from tile ladies present, all eager to meet and know their new pastor. Dainty refreshlnerns were served. "l'he conl- mittee ill charge wisll to express their .,dncere thanks to their friends for re- spontling so gcnerously to their ap- I)eal. St. Vincent's Aid Met at Infirmary. St. Vincent's Aid held its tirst meet- big since tile heated terln ou Tues- day afteruoon in the l)arhn" of the in- firlnary. Mrs. R. E. Farrell conduct- ed tile nleeting. Dries anl(itlntalng to $35 were paid into the secretary. This ot'4anization is gaining polnflarity, its object heing to SUl)l)ort three free be\\;Is at St. \\;;incent's for the use of l)oor sick will) are linancially tlnahle tt) receive the proper medical and surgi- ('al care :tilt[ nurslllg. ]l is lton-sec- larian and all denonfinauons have representatives (m its lnelnl)ershill, "]'l)e tines are (rely 25 cents ller lnonth. and tile good that has hcen aCCtlUl- plished by this organization cannot fail to repay those who contribtlte each month to its funds. The officers are: Mrs. R. IL FarreI1, President: Mrs. Anderson Watkins, Vice Presi- \\;tent: Miss Anna M. Joyce. Secretary, and Sister Martina, Treasurer. I adies Refurnish Their Rest Room. In grateful alH)reciation of the gen- cr()sity of tile Kuights of Coltmflnls -the ladies are contrillnting their aid and assistance hy refurnishing and decorating the suite of rooms at the club h()use that has l)een set all)art for lheir use. In the parlor new shades and lace curt'ains have been put up, and other accessories will lie added to \\;hake the place as attractive as possi- ble. The rest roont has been furnish- ed with shades, htce curtainsli rug, couch, dressing tahle and all the ar- ticles necessary for the convenience of the ladies. For years there has I)een no place that the different societies could approllriate for their nsc. and now that this hospitality has heen ex- tended our gratitude is exceedingly SOCIAL and PERSONAL :: By bliss Anna M. Joyce Phone 205 * have done a nohle ;let an(l certainly wh(,ll the l{ecclrdi.g :\\;ngel jots (hlwn the rllany good deeds done hy this or- galllZaliOll Ill)lie will be nlore conspie- Ill,Its or rea l) a richer rewartl than that of shclterin the "honteless women of St. Andrew's. St. Mary's Benefit A Success. The social given for tile I)enetlt t)f St. Mary's (;hutch. Argenta, at tile new '(dish /talt in that city was a decided success, bt>th socially and ti- nancially. Following are tile names of tile hidies who gave tile social: \\;ntonia Siepiela. Miss Maggie Bar- ron Miss Sol)Ilia Lukaszewicz, Miss Pelagia Makowski and Miss F'rancis I.nkaszewicz. .Mr. l,'rank J. Ginocchio and dangh- ter, Miss Carrie. returned lmme Tues- day evening from New York. They had heen gone three weeks. They made the trip from New Orleans to New York by heat. retnrning by way of the same route, Mr. Ginocchio. who had not heen feeling well for sol)le tune he fore elavinR, returus nntch ilnl)roved in health They re- port a most delihtfnl n'il), The young htdies' Sodality of St. Audrew's Cathedral hehl their regnlar inonthly meeliug on Sunday inorning in the hideis' 1)arh)r of lhe Knights (if Ct)hlllll)tlb club roolilS. The attend- ante was ilnustially large aud ntally plans werc' discussed as to tile win- tel" work (In l;riday night at 8:3o the ahlmnae will entertain with a large euchre party at tile Knights' of t'ohnnhus cluh rooms. Prizes will he awarded to the ladles and gentlcnlen nlaking tile best score. The tnemhers of the a]tlnnlae hope to see all their friends + ()n Igriday afternoon ()ctober 2o, at 3 o'ch)ck the ahtliln;ie of Motinl St. Mary'c t'ollege will entertain with a bridge party at the b'.:fights of Colum- hus rotmlS. Lovers of the popnlar galne are cordially invited to attend and enjoy tile afternoon. .I* The committee in charge of the ahlmnae entertainntent are re(luested to meet I)rt)nll)tly at ,3 o'clock Satnr- day afternoon at the Knights of t_'o- lnmhns C]ll]) Viii)fits tO perfect arrange- ulents for the sale to lie held on Thursday and Friday of next week Cohlmhus l)ay was approln-iately observed and celehrated on Thursday of this week. the I)antluet al the New Capital Hotel being the chief social affair of the week, Quite a nunaher of great. Tile Knights of Cohnubus visiting Knights were ln'esent. INVESTIGATE I These Are Real Bargains II'ONI) ERFUL At OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED THE HOME FURNISHER We can furnish your home from kitchen to parlor a Moderate Cost b2I'l'ltlt. CASH OR CREDIT. We cite below a few requisites: BRASS BEDS, WARDROBES, BUFFETS, LIBRARY TABLES, DINING TABLES, LINO- LI!;LIM, KITCItEN TABLES, KITCHEN CHAIRS, KITCHEN CABINETS, RUGS, CHIFFONIERS, COUCHES, ROCKERS. / OPEN AN ACCOUNT H I7"H US. Adair Furniture Company 5th and La. Sts. Phone 169.6 D. J. Ryan of Stnttgart llassed tln;ough l.ittle Rock \\;Vednesday, eu roUte hoine front ttot Sl)rings, where lie had been attending the State fair. While in the city he st()pped at The Southern Gnardian office and ordered the 1)aper sent to his address one year. St. Anthony's Aid Society will hold its regnlar monthly lUeeling on Mon- da, y afternoon, t)ctol)er It), in the p:lr- h)rs of the Knights t)f Coluuthus club rooms. The meenng will lie calletl lironll)tly at 3 o'clock and nienll)ers are urged It) be prolnl)t in at\\;eliding. The ladies of the Church of ()ur Lady of (7ood Counsel will entertain with it tea during tile coming week t() which they extend a g.eneral iuvita- lion to their friends to be i)resenl. + Mrs. Kate Mortimer. having spent .everal weeks ill Minneapolis, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. William Kirhy, retnrned home last week. Mrs. Rose l,cster of 1..onisville. Ky., is ill the city, tile gnest of her aunt. Mrs. Mary I)onahtte, 1300 13arber avenue. Miss Kate McCormick of Monroe, La.. is visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Con Ihu'ke, o-o 13arber avenue. .. Mrs, J. A. Klinc and datlghter. Miss May. and Miss l{ernadine Sunlick are attending the fair at ltc)t Spl'lllgS. d-. Mrs. Ed Monahan ;ul(l daughter, Miss Julia, are spending the week at llot Sittings. 4, Mrs..I. "1". Tustine and dattgl)ter, Miss l".lizaheth, are visiting in II,)t F, prings. Rev l;alher Maurtls. pastor (if St. Edward's German Church. has gt)ne North for a two weeks' vacation. I Catholic Items ,]otor mission chapels in 1,ngland are provillg a Success. .I. Tile person who is most given to criticising the Catholic paper is m- variahly the one who never reads it I - Ill Plfiladell)hia St. Francis de Sales' a cathelral-like church with nlaln- nlolh donle,, will be dedicated No- veu!her 2. A Canadian priest has returnetl $2,- 5oo to a party in Toledo. The priest received it ill confession, and was the agent in restoring It t(I ]he owner. At the Apostolic Mission House, Catholic University, \\;Vaslfington, there are now thirty young priests studying for missionary work and twenty-seven more for the priesthood. l;ather McMahon. editor of thc Catholic Universe. who has been crit- ically ill sit Charity Hospital, Cleve- land for several wecks has gone to Motml Clci::.'.:s. Mich @ In the diocese of Davenport forty- three priests have sent the Bishop per- sonal offerings for the Holy l;ather, in addition to the offerings of their re- spective congregations. o I'arochial lihraries have heen pro- ductive of enornlous good in Ger- ntany, That great linpire whose Catholic l)opulation is about 22.oo0.- ooo, has a society o promote such li- hraries The society nasa nlemher- ship of about 25o,ooo. . Rt. Rev. Thomas 1:. Lillis opened the Conservation Congress which was held last week at Kansas City in Con- vention Hall, with the invocauon. l'resident Taft. \\;,\/illianl J. Bryan antl Dr Wiley were among the speakers. When you give, take to yourself no credit for generosity unless you deny ,ottrself sone(hing in order that you may give. ,, John Keating Cartwright of Balti- more is lhe fortunate recipient of a scln)htrshil) to the American College at Rome. awarded hint hy Cardinal Gibbons. His only studies were made trader the Jesuits. He will spend six years at the American College before his ordination. On Sunday evening, Octoher 8. 19It. the Ancicnt C)rder of Hiherltians of Chicago informally dedicated with unpressive ceremony its splendid httilding, known as the F.nmtet Memo- rial Hall, located sit Ogtlen avenne. Leavitt and Taylor streets + Iharacter is the great light which shines down the ages from the lift, of Christ. It is the stun of right thoughts )Ut into" action. Slll([ ItS cxtenl and rower are dependent upon the nttllt- her of such thoughts, not their names. rauk or station. The Philadelphia Catholic High School is makiug a record f)r itself of which it may well he proud. Of the eighteen scholarships to the U'ni- versity of Pennsylvania offered by the city four were won hy pupils of the Catholic High school. The competition was opened to grad, uates of the I)hiladelphi Hight Schools and ninety-nine contested. Meu's schools may lie exclusive. (bid's >chot)ls are witle ;lnd they arc everywhere Whoever would be really educated lllUSt have el)servant eyes and a hospilahel mind and of he wonld have his eilucathm of any rea] worllt to himself or to others, he 111tlSt a]sl) have arl ol)ell hearl aud hand. + Next year there will take place l: I<olne a sl)lendid ".'elebration in conl- melnl,ration of the conversion of Con- stantine. The peol)le of Roule are looking forward to it with great ex- pectancy. It is hoped 1)y the conuner- ciat people of Rome that the Constan- tine celebration will in a nteasure com- 1)ensate for the farcical United Italy l'Xl)()sitit)n of this year, now drawing to a dose as a faihu'e. Inft)rmation has reached Ronte of the arrival i)f Rt. Rev. Monsi,nor Riordan, director (if the Irish College in Ireland. It wouhl canse nt) sur- llrise were Monsigllor I.it)rdan not It) return to J{cnue. eelng that he has been constrained to 1)ass on all aver- a/4e one month every year ill a hos- pital since lie arrived as superior of the college, some seven years ago. 4, The ohlest house in Amerma is in St. Augustine, lqa In 1504 it was huilt I)y the monks of the Order of St. I,'rancis. and the whoh' (if the solid strnctllre is COml)osed of coquina, a colnl)ination of sea shells and morlar. which is altnost totally indestructil)le. When I;rancis Drake sacked and Iittrned the town this was the only house left in the trail of destruction. At a recent Ineeting of the directors t)f lhe Carnegie Public IAbrary in ('hi(in City, Ind., Miss Lena Brady was elected a dircctl)," for the ensu- ing year and Mr. George I ). Kennedy was re-elected in the sanie capacity. They are hoth Catholics. + The ltoly Name Society is lnakin great efforts for the sanctiiication and the venerautln of the tloly Name against profane and irreligitms lan- guage. There is no time and place lnore suitable than with the child and in the school to organize Holy Naulc cadets. \\;Vc cannot I)egin too early. \\;'Ve cannot "weed" the yottthful heart too soon or counter:tel the shamefully profane l)nlllie, yes. even of onr oxvu Catholic honws @. Only that which is highest, n'uest nol)lest and best will abide the test of centuries. Only that in man which stauds for character, self-mastery, goodness, sanctity--the only things lhat the soul when stripped of evel'y- thing else takes with it--will live in glory throughout eterulty. o.,. At a meeting of the district depu- ties of the Knight of Cohnnlms of Wisconsin, held in Milwaukee last week, it was decided, with the ap- l)roval of the Archbishop, to hohl lay- men's retreats in Visconsm next stmuner. It will be the lirst time that lhe retreats have been undertaken nnder the auspices of the Knights of (7ohunl)us in W'isconsin. although re- treats have heretofore heen held in Prairie du (?hien. The Knights have done much toward polmlarizing re- treat in various cities of the East. Very Rev, O, J. S. Hoog and Very Rev. I A. Ct)nnolly, the tw(i vicars generll of the Catholic archdiocese of St l.ouis, have heen elevated to the rank of Monsignor at the request of Archhishol) Glennon, By the honor conferred in ]tome the two pastors becoule "domestic prelates" and stand, according to ecclesiastical u..age, with- ii "the lmttsehold of the Holy Father.. l:ather Hoog is irremovahle pastor of SS. Peter and Patti's Church, and is a naelnher of the Cath- olic diocesanolic Diocesan High Scho(11 Board l:ather Conuolly is irremovahle rector of St. Teresa's Church. He also is a member of the School Board and has done utuch for parish schools. Among the clerical lnnm)rists of Ireland, Vather James Healy stands out prominently. On one occasion, when a pretty child was proudly dlown him by her nlother hc remark- ed: "My dear child, you have a hlue lookout as long as you live." The mother's face at tirst clouded, but immediately after brightened up when she saw the stnile on Father Healy's The registrvtion I)ooks in the office of the Secretary of the University of Notre Dame show an enrtdllnent that overlops that of last year. Nearly all the rooms m the Sorin, Corhy and \\;Va[sh l latls are filled and there are few vacant desks in the study halls of St. Jt)seph, ('arroll, lh'ownson and St. I']dward's Halls New students are cntering every day, alld ll)ally of tho..e of last year who have been de- tained at horne )y illness have writ- ten to engage accommodations for the coming year. Thomas J. O'Brien. recently nl, med amlmssador of the United States to Germany, is not a Catholic. Mr. (.)'Brien'., 1)arents were Catholics and he has a hrothe,- who is still a Cath- olic. In his early youth he practicetl his religion as a Catholic and was a meniher of the choir in the Catholic t'hurch at Marshall. Mich.. hut he abanttoned the faith of his fathers almnt his twenty-lirst year and has since identitied himself with the F.pis- copalians l;or years he was a ves- tryntan in St Mark's El)iSCol)al Chnrch, Grand Rapids, Mich. When the Catholics were rehnilding the Ca- thedral at Grand Rapids he contrib- uted $2oo, which may indicate that a .M)al'k of the ohl faith renuiins, or that he is a good politician. ,!. Miss lalph, a Catholic resident of the town of lluntley, New Zealand. donor, and its equiplnent throughottt personal direction of the generous of that place. It was httilt under the l)crst)nal direction of the generons d()n()r, and its e(ItUlnuent throttghout is due to her generosity. Miss Ralph is at pres'ent engaged on the plans of a new school which she is erecting on the adjoining site. and which will lie 1)tli]t tit accoluulodate over one 111.111- drcd children. In addition the good !ady presented a private honse to the order, the rent of which will he part of their incoute, and. to crowll all. has -iven an assured guarantee for the keel) of the Sisters in charge for sc)me ycars. All the hnildings, when linally clmlpleted, will stand as a living nlonuulcllt to the great generosny of Miss Rallh. - __+_- Irish exchanges chronicle the death of Bishop ('onway of Killala. Born sixty-eight years ago, the deceased Inelate was educated at the seminary at Aardnaree and Maynooth. One of the chicf works accomplished during his episcopate was the erection of the diocesau college. 1.ast year the Paulist Fathers en- hu'ged their parochial school on West Sixtieth street, New York, hy adding one story, and as a consequence they lad an enrothncnt ]if over 1,7OO chil- dren This year there will be nearly 2,ooo children atttending the school. The cornerstone of the new Ursu- iine academy which is being erected ill Great Falls. Mont.. was hlessed and placed in position on Sunday after- aoou. September 17, I)y the Rt.'Rev. M. C. Lenihan, D. 1).. Bishop of the dit,cesc of Great l:alls, itssisted hy a ::untt)er of priests. COLONEL LAFFERTY IS IN NATIVE DOMAIN. The I)usiness nlanager of The Sottthern Guardian is nl receipt of a letter from Mr. Thomas Lafferty, who is now at the Battle Creek Sanita- rium. Battle Creek. Mich. Mr. Laf- forty writes that he has not gained in actual pounds avoirdnpois, bnt that he is feeling much intprovctt in health. M'r Laffe:ty was one of the leading spirits in the orgauization (if Tl:e ('atholic Puhlicatiou Society and the launching of The Southern Guardian. lle was the first president of the com- pany and rendered valuahle service to the paper until his faiiing health forced tlim to give up the active work iu the enterprise, tle is still deeply STATE DIRECTORY, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. State Council. Officers--Chaldain, Rt Rcv. John II. Mor- ris, l.ittlc Rock : State l)epnty, John [I. Vaughn, Fort Smith: State Secretary, F. J, Ginocchio, IAttle Rock; State Treasurer, Ed McEw)y, Littlc Rock: State Warden, gJ..L__ Dunn, Fo/'t Snlith ; State Advocate, .. % Ivers, Fort Snlith. Little Rock.  - OfficersChaplain, Rev. P. Enright, V. G. ; Grand Knight, T. J. McCarthy; Deputy Grand Knight, S. G. O'Rourke; Chancellor, 1 l enry I.ensing, Financial Secretary ; J ohn A. \\;rick. Recording Secretary; R Miles. Warden, Iterman J. Lensing; Treasurer, Ed- ward O'Bricn; Lecturer, J. V, Falisi; Advo- cateJ. P. Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prieura Outside Guard, J. J. Rice Meetings  First and tMrd Wedncsday nights of each ntonth. Hall--Old convent building, corner" Seventh and "Louisiana streets, first and second floort Texarkana. Officerw--Grand Kuight, Tho. W. Hunter; Deputy Grand Knight, Gee. C. Maher; than. teller, Gee, A, Landsdale; Financial Secre- tary, Victor A. Ghio; Recorder, Harry J. Browner; Treasurer, Will J. O'Dwyer; War- den, Andrew L. Doyle; Advoeate, Frank A. Thomas; Leeturer, Patrick Byrne; Inslde Guard, Win. Kelley; Chaplain, Rev. }'as. M. Hayes. Meetings  Second and fourtb Monday nights of each month. HallThird floor Foremau building, cor- ner of State Line avenue and East Third street. Pine Bluff. Offieers--Ctiaplain, Rev, J. M, Lucy, V, G.; Graod Knight, Jules T. Borresen; Deputy Grand Knight, T. M. Doyle; Cbaucellor, F. E. Deitz; Financial Secretary, John Kirch. graber; Recording secretary, J. Frank Fra ney; Warden, Chas. J, }Ierman; treasttrer Ben Sylvestera Lecturer, Rev. J. P. Pierce; Advocate, N. T. Jenkins; Inside Guard, Neddo Marine; Outside Guard> John J. Done van; Trustees, A. C. Briner, T. P. King and Peter Gang, MeetinfsFirst and third Thursday nightl of each Inonth. HallIImperial Lodge, K. of P., West Second avenue, Fort Smith. OflScers--Chanlain. Rcv. P. F. llorai. D. D.: Crand Knight, Jotm H, Vaughn; 13el)uty Grand Knight, Charles E. Breslin: Chan teller 1.. \\;eating; Financial Secretary, lee S)iesberg; Recording Secretary, J. M, Rielly; Warden. A. E. Boqua, Jr.; Treasurer. V. J. ('arter : Lecturer, ]Ienry Kuper ; Inside Guard. Dan Itarrlngton; Outside Gnard. V. [. Meyers. CHURCH DIRECTORY. St. Edward's Church. Corner Ninth and Sherman. Father Maurus, O. S. B.. Pastor, Sunday Services-- 6:30 a, nl 8 !3 a. nl, IO :3o a. nl. Benediction, 7:3o p. m. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Ninth and Marshall. Father Shannahan, Pastor. Sunday services-- 7:3o a, m. IO:OO a. m. Benediction, 7:3o p. m. St. Bartholomew's. Marshall Street, Between Sixteenth nnd Sev- enteenth. Fatl,er Josepk lloflinger, S. V. D. Pastor. Soliday services : 7:3o a. m. lO ]0 a. n]. Benediction 7:3op.n'- St. Mary's Church. Sixteenth arid Parker Streets. Argenta. Fatl:er P, Bartodziy, Pastor. Slll(la y services-- Ioo a, Ill. 1o:oo a, i1,. Benediction, 7:3o p. m. St. Bartholomew's. Corner Sb'teenth nd lVlarshall Ctreets, Rev. Joseph |loflingcr, ])astor. Sunday Serviee--- 7:00 a. nl. 'HI(]{Lvsch(Io1. oflq ;/. 11% 8,'00 a. Ill. IO:OO a. m, Sernloll, Rosary and bcnedie- St. Andrew's Cathedral. Corner Sevevth and I,oui.ina. Rev. Thos V "rolnn. Rector. lllldl y services 7:3o a. m. 9 :oo it. nT, lo=o a. TII. Ilenedletion gllld eOllfcr- etICe. 7 : ?o I,. 111. Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost. Gr, s,el. St. Matt.. xxi: i-14. 1: Mr, lt-vnlty of tl'e It. V. 1I. i. 7, ,ql. (;',ll. ,,%1>. (" 1" i- Sl. l!-dwh,e. 1,V. 1V. 7. St. !.t'.ke, 1;'v:mt, elist. Th. Io. St. l'eter ,if AIc:lll1"lya, C. F. .,o St..lol,n C:ulthls C. . St. 13rsul:, and Comp, V. M. NEW EYELIDS BY SURGERY. i,tterested Sonthern Guardian. sind is optimistic over the prospects. Mr. Lafferty reqttests that his pa- per. for the next three weeks, be sent to hint at 92 Queen street. Gttelpb, Ontario, Canada. He is a native of the northern dominion The Southern Guardian extends hest wishes to Colonel Lafferty and sincerely wishes that his northern visit will restore him to good health and that he may soon be ahle to re- in the success of The Kansas Priest, Victim of Explosion, Relieved by Unusual Graft- ing Operation. The eyelids of Rev. Joseph Hohe, pastor of the Holy Rosary Church at Bucyrus. Kan,, which were burned off when a lamp exploded in his hands. have heen rel)laced hy new ones con- strutted from pieces of skin cut irom the priest's arms and grafted onto the stumps of the lids over which he has ahnost conip]ete muscular control The" operation was performed in a face, for the child had hlue e).,es ttnn home greatly nnproved in health. Kansas City hospital. ()nee Father llealy was asketl how ................................................................ lie would describe a Scotsman and in auswer, assullling as he Sl)oke the Scot's accent, said: "A Scot Is a men who keeps the Sawhuth and ivery- thing else he call git." + Tinlotby O'llrmn, eoltor and ln'o- prietor af the St. John Monitor, i: the President of the New Brunswick Historical Society, He took part iu nl!veiling the nlouunlent (111 Caton's Island lnarking the site for the t]rst I,]uropean settlement it New Bruns- wick. (anada. The Archbishop of Tokio, Japau has forwarded to the Oblate Fathers at Frentantle, Australia prayer hooks, eatechistns the "Life of Our Lord" and other religious books, all in Japanese. for the use of Japanese who may come under their ministra- tions in Frenmantle prison. ---USE ELECTRICITY--- Have your home or store well lighted. Use the light that is clean, safe, cool and convenient We have experts to take care of your lighting troubles free of charge Investigate Electricity. Little Rock Railway & Electric Co. Phone 518 .... II 5 West Fourth St.