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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 20, 1923. 00aint DRU GGIST, , , * * * Phone 2100 $ * * * * * * * . . . . PUBLIC INVITED TO * t , THE INVESTITURE OF * MONSIGNOR ARETZ lveeeinaves!itre by the Right ,u aolm B Morri of Rih  " s, D. D., ,, ' everend Monsignor " aretz, S T Place ate, , . D., wdl take - --- ', ,narew's Cathedral ;t9T::nesday, October 24th, v [' a. m. Tile pubhc zs m lteto. " " " " eler Join with the Diocesan gY on this occasion. tttt,* " ,] iJ * * * , . , . . . . serio ts illness. I sl ' rlffman has as r ster M , guests, her '  o ' | d, of j.' -'Ugust Slicker and son erson City, Me. noon for Mrs. Frank Letzig, a bride of last month, at the home" of Mrs Milton Vaughan. The house was dec- orated with autumn flowers, thizes were won by Miss Frances Vinson- haler and Miss Polly Coleman, and the honoree was presented with a gift. Following the game, refreshments were served. 1 ' CARD OF THANKS I 1 We, herewith undersigned, wish .[extend to the St. Edward s Mothe;: . [Society and to their friends most sin- cere thanks for the generous sum of $164.05, proceeds of the last ice cream social. Tim said sum is to be used to defray 'the expenses contracted by the repairing of Sisters' dwelling. God bless youI Sisters of St. Benedict. 00rminarp u r z r z SECURINF FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE meat. They complain timt if they EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- transfer their schools to the educa- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR lion authority they surrender all their IRISH PROTESTANTS NOW CRITICIS1NG EDUCA will be a continuous week of lectures ]000N htTlfromi Sunday, Oct 21, to Sunda00, Oct by the Rev. James M. Gillis, C. S. P., (By N. C. W. C. News Service) 128. He will lecture every evening his Dublin, Oct. 8.Even Protestant subjects being George Bernard shaw, managers of schools in the nortneast l H. G. Wells, Sigmund Freud, Conan area are dissatisfied with the educa- Doyle, Friedrich Nietzsche and Ernst land by means of pamphlets and leaf- . lets dealing with the matters in ques- tion, which will be distributed. An important part of the campaign sion of such popular topics as "Pol- itics',' "Secret Societies," "Divorce," "Science," "The Public School," "Mir- acles," "The Pope," "Evolution," etc. In speaking of the campaign, one of the Paulist Fathers said: "It has come to our at%alien often, that despite everything already done in the way of instruction, a vast amount of ignorance and misapurc- hension exist as to Catholic teachings. Also at times ':here sems to be. if not wilful, at lea.A mpardolmble, misrep- resentation. Aa,l occasionally C:P.ho- lion act passed by the Belfast Parlia- Haeckel. The campaign includes the diqzus- ' In Ball left g to sna . Sunday even. Ith h= '' :no winter in Califoln" ,. ",r son rt ' la et, Irs C'-' ,nas. Ball, and daugh- aas. W. Baker. of Mr. St. Mary's Acad- a card party at the Eugene Vogler, 1301 on Saturday, Oct. 27. tIeights Circle No. I will a musical at the home R. G. Helbron, 4820 night, October 26th, 'i e ladies of ,'  . i ete,  t. Edward's parish lhlyt;;a:reaith their regular 00,  . social Tuesday al- UM lerr. ct: 23rd, at their hall, 9th  streets. Th S lVllll .. e relieving la- % Jr " charge: Mines. A Ar- ''alla ' chneider, S. Hamnle L. aa. a I ,L. Eichenberger, and' P. saye d _ vgressive games will be th a a handsome prizes awarded Mrs. Harry Daugherty, and Mr. Stan- ley J. Sayre were quietly married at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Saturday morning, Rev. Father Dupret officiat- ing. Only members of the family wit- nessed the ceremony The bride and groom left on the 6:35 train for Chi- cago and Minneapolis on their honey- moon, after which they will go to Chi- THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS 1 powers as managers an(l give the gov- ernment the use of their school build- Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Do natedings (erected by the Protestant eom- ancorded.Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Re-. inanity) either free or at a nominal rent At the same time there would be no guarantee for the continuance (i Burse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Inter- of religious instruction, since it is ex- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for One pressly provided in the Act that: Seminarian ,  "The education authority shall not ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES i provide religious instruction in any such elementary school." COMPLETE Reinforces Catholic Criticism Cathedral Catholic Club ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs hs erxtcsm reinforces the objec- ...................... $5,000.00 lions to the Act made by the Catholic The Cathedral Catholic Club will MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...................... 5,000.00 community Catholics being a minority hold its regular business meeting in ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff m the have far greater cause of ............................ 5,000.00 area the most important matters to be dis-! .................. complaint than the Protestants. A Cathedral Hall, October 22nd. One of] JoHNMARYM.HOLLAND'CRAIGGRACIE BURsE,BURSE'Iittle RockPine Bluff 5,000.09 Parliament exclusively Protestant, as cussed will be the Benefit Dance to be l INCOMPLETE .......................... 5,000.00 the Belfast Parliamenb is, wouht hard- given by the Club October 26th. IhiSlBiSHO P BYRNE BURSE ly enact a proposal likely to be in any will be the first money-making affair ! i ...................................... $1.226 00 way prejudicial to Protestant rater- to be given by the club this fall, and ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE " it is hoped that all members will be SACRED HEART BURSE ................................... ')75.00 ests. present at this business meeting, in ...................................... 104.00 I The Protestant managers ask that instead of being controlled by a corn- taler that final arrangements for this l INCOMPLETE BURSES mittee for a large district that cannot dance may be made. I be expected to know the particular Bshop Bye Buse crcumstances of each school, power The following clipped from thel or toT]eeUlltCB be know:os the Bishop Byrne, amemorial hot- ;h::hl :; g,ven to a committee com- Blackwell Okla., News will be of in- l 1" ,shop oi ne lJiocese of Little Re '- -, .... I. ,, vo representatives chosen terest to many friends here: . ' v, aweaay has a by ne parents of the children attend- credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no stated amount ing the school, two representatives of Daugherty-Sayre Of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and, the managers or trustees, and two Miss Jessie Daugherty, daughter of small donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of other persons nominated by the edu- cation authority, to appoint the teach- Bishop Byrne in connectiou with the P;esthood of the diocese ers and to manage the schools when which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his they are transferred. They also ask Hoeltzel entertained of bridge Tuesday after- cage to live, where Mr. Sayre is in- terested with the firm of Wolfe, Sayre & Holler. A host of friends extend their heartiest congratulations and best wishes in lhe city provide housing for onl. GIRL s 1,500 girls and women." ! WOM Copies of the directories can'b se- ... cured at the National Conference of :.. Catholic Charities, 700 Eleventh St., -. N W.; Washington, D. C, at a vomi- A l'ece GOod Informati6n .... .' hal sum. ti0 o t and roost ..... the - nepm pubdea- 0 hlic Churl,. atina! Conference o:f SUPREME CHAPLAIN : of Ca-- ez is a national direct- REELECTED BY K. C. lrh aad _Ollc Boarding Homes for , he ptr:'rrnen. (By C. N. W. C News Service) el ia a  se of the publication is to New York, Oct. 16.The Rev. Pat- lreS,edit, ..., t..z.e enaged or rick J. McGivney, pastor of St. 0 do e r's' housing with wimt Charles Borromeo Church at Bridge- u  . n other cities, both in port, Conn., has been re-elected su- 0rau d ,, n room resist work preme chaplain of the Knights of Co- t. Will,,. cml workers and lumbus by the Board of Directors. Fa- tle''t'lt.i' ae" "Oreover,Dire_, be. in a posb' 'on ther MeGivney is a brother of the late - tl in cory to give Valua- Roy. Michal J[. McGivney, one of the to  lrl-'. o orwr  g and registry i.formatmn. " founders of the order. 1. stl e.n Who are about to o --'mall  City f g eat r .- or temporary or  -" .... "ence. ' Far From Home COL D contains the names of boarding homes for conducted under ces in the United States registries listed alpha- State and city. These housing about 9,000 IS CELEBRATED IN MANY CreES work s ad of his life. if'he Bishop Byrne Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dim or more will be acceptable and rceve due credit on the Semiwary records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to dates St. John's Seminary Alumni Burse This turse is a foundation by the priests who have been or- dained from the Seminaw and is open to the clergy and the people in general as a racognition of the present-day success of the fac- ultyand the students of this important diocesan institutio. Sacred Heart Burse Previously acknowledged .... $500.00 Donation ................... 500.00 Donation ................... 200.00 Club Gift .................... 10.00 Rev. Friend ................ 5.00 J, J, M ..................... 2.00 M. E. D ..................... 1.00 Martha B ................... 1.00 J. S., Jr. ..................... 50 Edw. and John ............... 50 J. R. M ..................... 1.00 -'" Total ................... $1226.00 Previously acknowledge ...... $900.00 Roy. Friend .................. 5.00 Alumnhs, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1912 .............. t0.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1922 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 20.00 Total ............... : .... $975.00 Grateful Recipient of Favors ........ , ........................... $100.00 Morrilton Friend ................................................ 4.00 INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining Notable Observance at National Capi-] to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- talSt. Louis Dedicates Monument l wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., to Laclede. St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. i siewicz, professor of St. Paul's Col- lege at the Catholic University and Cooper, in his introduc- ] e statis tics that point l / need of more organize / and the establishmed / (By N. C. W. C News Service) POLAND'S FAITH in different cities. [ Washington, Oct. 13.Demonstra- IN GOD, RI.'WARDEI), ass of data now availa- tions, meetings, and parades ifi prac- Legion convention tiffs week. "With God for the country" is the watchword of the Polisi eople, said General Haller. He predicted 'a bril- liant future for the country which he said seemed now assured of peace and happiness and rewarded for its unfal- tering faith conservatively estimaf tically all of the larger cities mark-] ;A Y.S GEN. HALLi;2{ Dr. Lo Behrendt, also a member of : cent, or 900,000 r ed the observance of Columbus Day I "-- the faculty at the Catholic Universi- Is and women in i:- throughout the country In the Na-I N. ty. awa from he ./tional Capital the ceremonies in hen-I (By C ",V. C. Newt Service) Washington, D. C., Oct. 1-5--Po- 0,0'00, we hav.e fair or of the memory of the great Dis-IIand, throughout her years of persecu- METHODIST BISHOP Uding that fully 300,-/coverer were given an added dignity ltion, never lost faith in God, aco')rd- or probably, 450,- by the notable address delivered by ing to General Joseph Haller, corn-. REBUKES INVASION We are, there- Secretary of State Hughes before the I mander of the Polkh forces aainstl OF CHURCtI BY KLAN at the utmost not conference of the Pan-American In- I the Bolsheviki, in answering a toast l Per cent, in organized ternational Women's Committee. ]at a reception given in his honor atl (By N. '. W. C. News Service) Under Catholic aus- U.S. and Spanish-America [the Polish legaLion ere. General / Kitanning, Pa., Oct. 15.A group of finance and , .S.eeretary Hughes declared that re-/Hailer stopped several clays in Wash-/of Ku Klux Klan followers who in- nothing of the muons between the United States and[ington en route to San Francisco, vaded a meeting in the Methodist render it its sister republics to the south were where he vill attend the American Episcopal Church here were rebuked that either in the never more "satisfactory or carried. _ . t future we shall better promise of mutual good will." i by Bishop Francis J. O'Connell, who "ect,enug h. organized I "Whatever the captious may say," w: s ever-increasing he declared, "whatever rumors may[ was preaching when the robed  and Omen workers living be sirred, whatever the few anti-[ I American critics may voice, I believe[ egstry , [it to be fair to say that the govern-[ is looming up/ments and people of our sister re- can be referred to been thoroughly Passed upon as required standards of safety One such registry so placed last applicants while all th Organized Catholic homesm as a partial solu- publics fully understand that we cher- the registry, appli- ish no imperialistic purposes; that Besides the Minister, Dr. Wrobie- wski, and his wife, the entire Polish staff was present at the reception in- cluding Prince Albert Radziwill, a scion of one of the most aristocratic families of Europe and a prominent representative of the Catholic ideas in this country. The Polish colony in Washington, numbering about sixty, was headed by Dr. Stanislas de Tore- lies seem to be wea."{e,2ed or overcome by the numbers of peote or he pr,,v- alence of f,n,., dea w, ch ']istort our religious belief, or ignore our argu- ments. "For this reason wct ave proposed the series of sermoa for the fall sea- son in this church. We h)pe to help many people, both Catho.ic aqd non- Catholic." 300 NUNS REGISTER FOR TEACHING COURSE AT ST. XAVIER COLLEGE that the religious denomination of the teachers slmuld be taken into account; that the teachers should be, as far as possible, in proportion to the children denominationally and that the princi- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Cincinnati, Oct., 13.--More than 300 teaching nuns representing many dif- ferent orders together with a number of secluar teachers, have registered in the educational and professional courses at St. Xavier college. This is an increase of more than a hundred over last year's class. The staff includes several of the Jesuit professors of St. Xavier college, together with a number of sisters, the latter conducting the courses. The plan which is offered to local and out of town students is to afford teachers in elementary schools oppor- tunity to seetlre college degrees and and normal and teaching certificates. The extension course has state ap- proval. k, " ANTON LANG'S PARTY FROM OBERAMMERGAU TO ARRIVE THIS MONTL" (By N. C. W. C. News,Service) New York, Oct., 16.--Twelve of the famous actors of the Passion Play of Oberammergau headed by Anton Lung, are to arrive in the United States this month, according to Lud- wig Nissen, well known German- American merchant who arrived from abroad, and whose trip to Europe was chiefly in connection with the visit of the Oberammergau actors Lang and his companions will tour the United States and sell their fam- ous wood carvings for the benefit of the starving people of Germany. Ger- man socities in the Bronx are looking forward with great interest to the arrival of the group. CINCINNATI WOMEN CATECHISTS PRAISED BY THE AIHBISHOP (By N C. W. C News Service) Cincinnati, Oct., 13.--AchbishoF pal teacher should be of the denomi- nation that transfers the school, if the owners of the building so desire They consider it all important that religious instruction should be given in the schools by the teachers. Although not affected to the same extent, the Protestant managers' case includes some of the main objections made by the Catholic bishops and I clergy. Protestant's One-Sided Viewpoint The Protestant managers, however, seem to think that Catholics should have no rights. They observe that: "The gravest and most dangerous situation will arise where Regional Committees are predominantly Roman Catholic, and if they reflect the opin- ions of the majority in a number of regional areas they must be predomi- nantly Roman Catholic." Such committees might, it is said by these Protestant managers, ap- point Catholic teachers for all the schools in their area. As a specimen of the Protestant attitude in the northeast it would be hard to match the foregoing statement. HEALTH SERVICE FOR CLEVELAND CATHOLIC PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS (By N. ". W. C News Service) Cleveland, eel., 13.Beginning im- mediately, pupils in the parochial schools in this city will be given the supervision of public health officials. Henry Moeller has given approval to Because of lack of funds this service[ the Catholic Instruction League, a heretofore has been restricted to/band of women who teach catechism to pupils in the public schools. Daily lchildren attending public schools The visits will now be made to the paro-/work has been under way for some chial schools, i time, but the archbishop's approval has just been announced. Children who are unable to attend'. a Catholic school are assembled i the churches or parish building either on Sunday morning or at some other time and given instructions by the women who volunteer for the work. The plan is said to be in effect in a In a letter to schools heads Rev. Dr. John R. Hagan, superintendent of th diocesan schools, asked their coopera- tion in the work, assuring them that "every pastoral and parental right will be safeguarded in the new move- ment," and that "nothing will be done without the consent of parents or pastors." In case a school feels that number of cities in the middle-west. it can carry on its own health super- I Twenty women are'already engaged vision better than can the city the I in the work school will be permitted to do so. I In his letter approving the move- The service in all schools costs the[ment Archbishop Mueller says "It ia city of Cleveland $125,000 a year. /bounded duty to use every reasonable means for the Christian instruction of the children who for various reas- PAULIST FA THERS BEGIN CAMPAIGN ons, cannot enjoy the benefits of a Catholic education, and no doubt the hooded figures a roached FOR FAIR PLAY PP and of-. pastors share our views in this im- fered him an envelope ] B N C W.-. N, portant matter and will therefore "You have a perfect right to your l ( Y C. News Service) gladl use the league in order that own convictions,,, said the Bishop, in l New York, Oct. 10.Realizing that ,, the Catholic points of wew o refusing the preferred envelope, but I ' ' " n many a more thorough Catholic instruction be given the children than they them- subjects have been sotel y,u have no ri ht to come " " ' ' " mi g rote a [ : sunder- selves owing to their many duties, can stood and nnsrepresented b(t religious meeting with masks on your " s  , : h inside have the time to impart" ........ and outside the Cathoiic Clmr 1 - the Pastors are urged by the arqhbishol> zaces. na you nave no right to in- . ,' , terrupta religious service." Paulist Fathers hae ammunccd what t to assist the league in its work. He they call a campm q m the  The Klansmen faced about and ' "g " ' '. t"rc:tsl adds that "of course the 'obligation of of "fair play" tt is to be conducted! marched out. Five hundred delegates b mea "'" i Catholic parents to send their child- to the annual Pittsburgh conference Y ns of special lectures, sermons, t ten to Catholic schools remains in and pal t dalo u of the Methodist E sco al h P g es to take lace i P" P C arch " " P n I force, for the instruction imparted were in the congregation when the in- the Paulist church, West Fifty-ninth by the league does not take the place cident occured, street, eve-y Sumlay morning and of the thorough training give, in evening during the next three months, Catholic schools." we are seeking no pretext for inter- ference with their aspiration as ree people, and that we are sincere and single-minded in the desire to pro- mote the interests of peace and to se- cure the opportunities of mutually beneficial intercourse between inde- pendent and prosperous states"