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October 14, 1911     Arkansas Catholic
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i Railroad Lands The Land Department of the ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN and SOUTHERN LITTLE ROCK and FORT SMITH RAILWAY Announces the following list of Field and Locating Land Agents, to whom the pnblic ts invited to write for informa- tion relative to Igailroad Lands, of which about EIG]t' HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND ACRES are now offered for sale at very low prices and on easy terms: RICHARD JACKSON .................. Paragould, Greene Co., Ark. S. C. DOWELL .................... Walnut Ridge, Lawrence 0o., Ark. F. M. HAM .......................... Batesville, Independence Co., Ark. WALTER G. CALDWELL .................. Searcy, White Co., Ark. H. N. BEAM_ ............................................. Beebe, White Co., Ark. J. H. BRAWLEY .................................... Cabot, Lonoko Co., Ark. A. M. CROW .................................... Arkadelphia, Clark Co., Ark. H. B. MeKENZlE ............................ lreeeott, No,ada Co., Ark. STEVE CARRIGAN ....................... Hope, Hompstoad Co., Ark. W. H. DUNCAN ............................ Conway, Faulkner Co., Ark. CALVIN SELLERS ...................... Morrilton, Conway Co., Ark. R. B. WILSON .................................. Russellville, Pope Co., Ark. V. M. THRELKELD .................... Clarkaviilc, Johnson Co., Ark. CONRAD ELSKEN .................................... Paris, Logan Co., Ark. W. R. BURN .............................. Van Buren, Crawford Co., Ark. Each of the above gemtlemen is thoroughly posted upon the quality and adaptability of the soils in his territory, and will gladly answer all inquiries and give all possible informa- tion relative to the lands owned by the Railroad 0ompanies. For general information and Free Pamphlets, Maps and Plats, write to G. A. A. DEAN E LAND COMMISSIONER LITTLE ROCK, - ARKANSAS .j _I = - St. Louis .EDICINE-- = The ONLY School for a Catholic Student. -- i ity LAw-- Univers Two Schools--day and night--take your choice. _ DENTISTRY-- = Best clinical opportunities in the WORLD _.= ARTS AND SClENCES = The finest intellectual training; real education. -= 291 N. Grand COMMERCE AND FINANCE,-- = Degrees in Accountancy. " Avenue DIVINITY, PHILOSOPHY, HIGHER SCIENCES: = ACADEMIC & COMMERCIAL DEPTS. \\;Vrite for free Catalogue to - = ST. LOUIS, M0. rEV, PRES, J. P. FrIEDEN, S, J. .C ||l|lI|lmlHHH|H|||||l|l||l|l||||||||| J. J. Healey C.A. Roth ,i,  'Onl;C, hapel and Private Reception Rooms in the City t|ealey & Roth .gI3.BRRAL DIRECTORS ..... f0tgm, tm Grey Ambulance, Day or Night Lady Assistant 719.MaLn St. Little ock, Ark. I ii Southern Guardian Ads Bring R e s u Its INVESTIGATE LDUIS KOERS Carriages Gunnies Studebaker Tenesse Wagons = Oliver Chilled Plows Harness, Whips and Robes E. Markham St. LITTLE ROCK . "2iII||||||||||||||I||l||||||||||I|||||I||||I||uI||I|||||||I|u|I"|||u||||I||||I|I|IuI||n|"|||||| ,  ii1111 [ Fall lvinnnery in Beautiful and Exclusive Designs LENSING'S THE SOUTHERN NEW FACULTY MEMBERS TAKE ALLEGIANCE OATH. w 701 Main Street i Phone 2658 Ill His Eminence, Cardinal Gibbons Ad- ministers Oath to University Professors Last Sunday at Mass. Cardiuat Gil)bons administered the oath of allegiance to tile ]l(,ly See. taken by the new menlbers of the fac- ulty of tile Catholic University of America at the Mass of the IIoly Ghost on October S. Monsignor Thomas J. Shahan, rector of the uni- versity, l),'eached. The university ,,l)ened tts new year last Tuesday with a solemn High Mass of tile Holy Ghost. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Thomas J. Shahan. the rector, preached. Rev. J:ranz Coeln of Westphalia, Ger,natly, has been appointed to teach Old Testament classes in phtce of Rev. Joseph Pods, who resigned last year to return to his native country, Holland. Other appointments announced for GUARDIAN CHURCH GAINING IN PRUSSIA. The resuhs of the last census of tile (;crntan l',tl)ire I)eceml)cr [. 1DID) are I)cing gradually lml)lished. The religit)us satis'dcs art: a surprise t,, Inal}y. The prchmtnary ligures for l't'ttssia slmw that the Catholics are stadily gaining ,m the Evangelicals. IH IBTl out of 1.oDD hthal)itants ()4ql were l'rotestants and 330 ('atholics; in [9to the figures were 618 and 303, t respcctively, a l)rote>tant loss f thir- ty-()ne and a ('ath, dic gain of tweuty- seven. The Jews :ire dinfinishing. In 1871 of every thousand I)ersons thi,'- teen were Jews: it} 101o only ten. THE HOLY SEE AND SPAIN. Although there is every reason to P4le i The t#rdest and Most Complete'Stock In the State to Select From MONAHAN & STEINERT DEALERS IN Monuments and All Kinds of Tombstones LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Old,Phone a565 I)elieve that tile good relatit)ns that ,,ave existed for so long l)etween tile $3 00to $5 00 a Tooth iloly See and Spain will he shortly placed on a basis even more solid than they were before negotiations on tile dl'll religious orders were SUSl)ended a For Bnuue Work year ago, no official notice has yet tile coming year are Mr. Amzi Brown of Harvard, professor of common law: Dr. Wilbur F. Dales, a graduate of the Catholic University, Greek depart- ment; Charles Lawler Kelly, Little Rock, Ark., chemistry; John James Cautwell, Washington, drawing and d,afting; Rev. Joseph J. Munday, Al- ton, Ill., theology; John J. Haley, Tufts College, civil engineering; Vin- cem Toomey, Washington, and Dr. Thomas C Carrigan, \\;;Vorcester, Mass., law: Rev. P. J. McCormick, de- partment of education: John g. Par- ker, Kansas, biology; Frederick V. Wurphy, L'Ecole. de 13eaux arts, Paris, architecture; James Francis Conner. Boys' Latin School, Balti- more, mathematics. Frederick K. Mer- rmlan, civil engineering. CHINAMAN ORDAINED PRIEST Rev. Michael Sect who is 1)elieved to he tile tirst Chinaman born in the Straits Settlements to take holy or- (let's in Malaya, was last month or- dained to the l)riestho()d at Singa- )()re. BY THE SEA CLIFF. (By Juliette C. Fort ) See tile lone cliff I)y tile sea, Standing like a watchman grave, Ever touched by tide and flood. "Foam-fed by the roaring wave. On the wave-nursed rock I stand. Looking down upon the deep-- Watch the hreakers conung in-- Watch the whitecaps dance and leap. Thus so lonely by tile shore. Grave in sunshine antl in storm. Sees( the ships glide by in mirth: Seest them sinking, tempest-torn. F.ver changeless is thy brow, Oft in cahn hy greetings blessed, In the tempest feared and shunned. Or at sight of wrecks distressed. Ever faithful in thy place. Often fateful to the crew; Never tear nor smile beset. Though caressed by ocean dew. Standing on thy peak in air, Cast mine eyes I far to sea-- \\;Vatch the sea bird flap its wings See the clondlets past thee flee. Stand al)ove thy groundless deep, See with spirit eyes the world-- See it tossing, hiss and foam See its flag by l)assion hurled Into sorrow's cavern clark. Into l)lcasure halls of gain. Into huts of breadless poor. \\;Eared above their couch of pain. See the past of worthless chase, Of a life in Mammon's chain. And behold the fruitless search Of a heart for treasure vain. See the present and the past, ()f many years, all aimless spent-- See the fortune's yearning wave-- All. those thougllts are heaven-sent. In this solitude sublime Sounds the voice unto my ear. All ts passing, all is vain, Craved possessi(ins mixed with fear. Worldly joys leave hitter tears On the morrow of the feast, And your friends so dear in wealth May in loss be trusted least. Therefore, like the cliff here. stapd Firm, unheeding dark or light; Let the tempest moan and toss And the angry ocean writhe. Like the cliff here, stand aloft. l'urer made by floods and storm. Though beneath dark gaps and yawns D/ill thy heart but stronger form. Do the good in its hest way, Heed not flattery; heed not scorn; Strive for heaven for heaven's sake; Live and serve thy God alone. Roused from musing by the waves, Still those words appcal to me An a reck'in world's turmoil-- Righteous, firm and just to be. Little Rock. reached the Vatican as t,) when the new aufl)assador may arrive at Roue. TO BE CONFIRMED BY POPE. Signor Angelo Sarto. brother of ttis Holiness, Plus X.. is at present in Rome with his little nel)hew, who is to receive contirmation from the Holy Father GOOD MEDICINE. l'rayer is the ntedicine expelling spiritual sickness, the fotmdation of the Sl)iritual buihling, that which the soul is to the body. The tm, y without l)raycr is as the fish out of wate, and gasl)ing for life as a cry without walls and open to all attacks, but front hint that is armed with prayer the tempter starts back. as nlidnight rob- hers start back when they see a sword suspended over a sohlicr's bed ---St. Clnysostom. A LITTLE GIRL'S DEFINITION. Some children were once asked 1)y an insl)eetor at a school examination whether they knew the meaning of the word "scandal." One little girl, holding her hand Ul), attracted the no- rice of the inspector. He desired her to answer the question, upon which she gave this delinition. "Nobody does nothing aud everyl)ody goes round telliig it." ROURTH DEGREE IN COLUM- BUS. William M. Mumm, master of the Fourth Degree of tile l:irst Ohio Dis- trict Knights of Colu,nhus. will 1)e in charge of tile exeml)lilication of the fourth degree to a class, of 250 on Sunday, Octoher t5. The degree work will be carried out in the bean- tiful new auditorium of the Knights of Columbus. Many of the most dis- tinguished members of the order will bc in attendance, and. after tile cere- monies, a banquet for over 4oo will be served at th Great Souther,} Hotel. L. S: Stahl TIN, S IRON ANO COR- NICE WORKER Hot Air Furnaces. Metal and Slate Roofing. All Work Guaranteed. zz3-zz5 East Third Street. Phone 38o .... Little Rock, Ark. Georgetown Visitation Convent A Bosrdinl and Dey School for Youel Ladies and Little Girls Delightull Situaiod on Gorlretown Heihto WMHINGTON, D. C. Founded in 1799. Address St,tee Direoters MIVELAZ'S CAFE P. L. MIVELAZ, Manager. Phone 73. Successor to GLEASON'S HOTEL CAFE. 214 West Second Street. ALL DELICACIES IN SEASON. OYSTERS IN SEASON. The Artistic Photographer is now giving his strictly first-class work at the following prices: $25, 52.5o, $5.oo, $7.5o, $z2.oo, $6.oo;, $8.oo, $4.oo, $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. SKINNER & ADAMS[ CONTRACTORS I Do all kinds of building, cabinet I and repair work. Prices right. 1 Work guaranteed. Phone 23. 1 I3ooMain street. 1 I Don't throw that old . Trunk away We save you money and guarantee our work. Try us and he convinced. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS 422t 't24 Main Street, Corner Fifth Street Open Nights. Over Hamilton's aJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiIiiiiIiI1| = = = = _= 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. -- 'File unusual solidity of all materials is a special feature of all = _-= goods of our construction ---- _= All kinds of trunk3 made to order. Sample Trunks, Skirt Trunks, _ _= Hat Trunks, Gents' Trunks, Theatrical Trunks, etc. -'2 =--= WALDENBERGER'S --- = = TRUNK FACTORY. - -- Old Phone 547. 4zz Main Street. = lill||lillllllllllllllllllllllllll|lllll|lllllll|lll|llllllll|llllllllllllllll lilllllllll|iillllllillll W. B. WORTHEN, ]Pres. B. THRUSTON, Aset. 0ashier. GORDON N, PRAY, 0uhisr. GEORGB G. WORTHEN, Asst. 0ashisr. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1t80,000 W. B. WORTHEN COMPANY Bankers, Brokers, Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agents LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS i i The Home Purchase Plan i "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 (o00iy) The Conditions Are Reasonable, Inquire About It. W. E. BILHEIMER, General Agent, State Bank Bldg. ,i i .................................. CUT ON THIS LINE AND MAIL TODAY ................................................ Subscription Order / ............................................................................................................. /911 CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY 3 115 W. Markarn St., Little Rock, Ark. Kindl send THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN to m9 address for one year. 1 enclose herewith $1.50 in payment of same. Oraw ark thouoh line net applieakli I will remit for same on ! 911 Signed ..............................................