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I1!':' PAGE TWO THE GUARI)IAN, SATURI)AY, OCTOBER 23, 1920. . and SOCIAL A PERS NAL Church Calen r , . . , . Miss Margaret Letson is visiting Parish Hall. On Tuesday and Thu NE.)[ T WEEK x I v ] The smaller checking accounts are given ,. , .----- ,, o rertormed Wen the most careful detail attention at this !::,tor Good Ga, bank, where good service is the rule. ttle Rock College unda c obel 24 S y, O t . ............................... "X I after Pentecost Monday, October 25 .................... Sts. Chysanthus and Darts, M.i. ll t.eir third game al tuesday, October 26 ...................... St. Evaristus,'Pope and Martyr[1 tory to their scl Wednesday, October 27 ................. St Frumentius, Bishop Confessor i, The checking accounts of small businesses s( :!st!/i,: I Thursday, October 28 ..................... Sts. Siulon and Jude, Apostles/ Friday, October 29 ................................ St. Narcissus, Bishop[ e (t r antil tlle last fe Saturday, October 30 ..................... St. Alpllonsus Rodriguez, Conf. tl U nl0n" an d M ercanh'] e tequarter'din these More e: few relatives in Chicago. e Mrs. M. Elliott, 205 Prospect ave- nue, was hostess to the Widow's P. & P. Association Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. T. Coleman has returned from a visit of several weeks with her siter, Mrs. E. C. Calnpbell, St. Joseph, Mich. Miss Rose Lafferty entertained at l a buffet supper on Tuesday evening for the members of the Keller-Me. ormack bridal party. The Altar Society of St. 'Patrick's :Church, North Little Rock, gave its nlonthly social Tuesday evening at l the school hall. Mesdames Percifull. ] Mayday, Cornmeyer and Baur were in charge. Professor and Mrs. J. J. Keller en- tertained the members of St. Andrew's choir and the personnel of the Keller- McCormack wed(ing party with a buf- fet supper last week. Correslmndent Corresponds. The Guardian office received tidings day night a Parish dance will be given under the auspiges of the men of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Chicken Supper--Card Party. On Wednesday night from 5 to 8 p. m. a good chicken supper will be served in the parish hall, in charge of the married ladies of the parish, a small sum of 50 cents willbe charged. Come early and enjoy the evening. After supper at 8:20 the public card party will take place. Beautiful and useful prizes will be awarded to the winners. I Booths. Booths of various kinds, in cllarge of the ladies of the parish, will be erected on the school grounds. Here are a few: Fancy Booth, Candy Booth, Doll Booth, Fish Pond, Coun- try Store, and others. Children Interested. The children are showing a great enthusiasm in the coming Bazaar and they are planning to have a booth of THE CLAIMS OF THE CHURCH PROVED BY HER ADVERSARIES "The Catholic Church From Without" By Rev. Jas. A. Carey, Maine Cath. Hist. Society. THE CHURCH The Church the Protectress of ltumanity. Amid all tile weakness of the worhl, their own. Soft drinks and ice eream l will also be served, l amid all the seltislmess, frand and vio- lence ()f men, there is one that ever General Invitation. The lnelnbers .of Good Counsel was and ever will be tile refuge of Church invite fthe public, and ask Immanity; it is Iha! Churcll that ha won tim litle "Our lh)ly Mother." Of their co-operation to help lnake this t ............... i 1 - Co Bazaar a -land success A .... her work in tim Middle Ages, a Pro- Ills weeK oi tile fitIe arr via t$ - " g" '' . li lle pro-, r - testant, rltmg m Ill( Norlll Ameri ]dmbus, Ohio, of Miss Anna M Joyce, ceeds from the Bazaar will be solely  " _ ' ' " " " i " can Review, says: now on a restful vacation from gath- used for the payment of the school .......... ering the social gossip for local pa- 'debt. The Bazaar will be held on the ,, 'nougu seemngJy ellSl!),e(t, .ne pers. She reported good health and a parish grounds," Ninth anti Bishop .wnmcn ],as .In l:eanty nc :letl: di:- ' r, . , lOl)e. flC WaS [ne reluge 1 e ,'- 'ood time ]streets. lake West Nnlth or High- . , , ., " , tressed, the friend of the stove, tte -- Imnu cars. . . I hclpcl, .... of the mjmed, the only hope of Ice Cream Social. I Everybody welcome. The ladles of St. Edward's congre- learning. To her. chivahy owed its gati0n will hold their nlonthly ice cream social at St. Edward's Hall on October 26th. Cards will feature the entertainment. Finley-Finley. On Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock John M. Finley and Mary Isabelle Fin- ley were united in marriage at St. Andrew's Cathedral by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tobin, D. D., wbo was also the celebrant of the Nuptial Mass The marriage attendants were Philip J. Paschal and Mrs. Gladys Powers. Student Nurses. The new class at St. Vinecnt's In- firmary Training School f)l' Nurses was augmented this week by the ma- triculation of two young ladies from Fort Smith, the Misses Marion Red- mond and Magdalen Sherman. Hallow'een Social. The ladies of St. Edward's congre- gation will entertain with a Hallow- 'een social Thursday evening, October 28, at St. Edward's Hall. Dancing and different ldnds of amusements will insure a good time for all. Convalescent. Her many friends throughout the diocese will be pleased to hear that Miss Lena Meier, of 617 Louisiana street, having undergone an opera- tion for appendicitis. s now convales- cent at St. Vincent's Infirmary, with hopes of her early resunlption of ac- tive duties. CHAPLAIN AI POINTMENTS. With the appointment of twenty- two Catholic chaplains to commissions in the Regular Army, the number of vacancies yet to be filled has been reduced to seventeen. Of the sixty places so far allotted, forty-three are filled, most of them by Catholic chap- lains who already held commissions in the Regular Army or who saw serv- ice during the late war. The appointments recently an- nounced are: 1st Lt. Frederick J. Berge, Milwaukee, Wis.; 1st Lt. John J. Byrne, New York; 1st Lt. John,J. Campbell, Dallas; 1st Lt. William D. Cleary, Brooklyn; 1st Lt. Philip F. Cohalan, Hartford; Capt. Thomas G. Conboy, New York City; 1st Lt. John Walter Daily, Baltimore; 1st Lt. Wal- ter J. Donoghue, Rochester; 1st Lt. James E. Daffy, Ogdensburg; Capt. Peter J. Kilkenny, Kansas City, Me.; 1st Lt. Pierre H. Levesque, Albany; 1st Lt. Thomas L. McKenna, New York; 1st Lt. ornelius A. Maher, Baker City, "Ore,; 1st Lt. John F. Monahan, Boston; Capt. Louis H. Phanauf, Ogdensburg; 1st Lt. Peter J. Quinn, New York; Capt. Aristeo V. Simoni, Chicago; 1st Lt. Edmund C. Sliney, Boston; 1st Lt. Benjamin J. Tarskey, Chicago; 1st Lt. Mariano Vasallo, Porto Rico. PATRON'S FEAST AT ST. EI)WAI{D'S not)le inst)iration; to her, art and ag- Anniversary Celebrated With Large Congregations in Atlcndance. Last Sunday St. Edward was eom- nlemorated in the church oi" ]its pa- tronage on Ninth and Sherman streets, with elaborate chnrch cere- mony and by very large congrega- tions. - The speeial events of the clay were tlle So]emn High Mass at 10:30 and the Solenm Vespers and Benediction in the evening. Solenln liigh Mass. St..Edward's edifice was lilled with devout worshippers when the prin- cipal Mass of the day was celebrated, the two Low Masses also being well attended. The rector of St. Edward's, the Rev. loather Maurus Rohner, O. S. IL, who has given of his years and efforts in tile successful administration of this large parish, was the celebrant of tile Soleum High Mass, assisted by tile as- sistant rector, Rev. Father Alphonsus, O. S. B., as deacon, and Very Rev. Dr. Heagney, president of Little Roc College, as subdeacon. Father Alphonsus Preaches. Men predominated the congrega- tion at this Mass, as it was the day of their public manifestation as faith- fu] members of the Church, and loyal parishioners of St. Edward's parish. Quite every man, young and old, af- filiated with the Eastside Church, re- ceived Holy Communion at this Mass. The preaching of the feast-day ser- mon in English and German was by the Rev. Father Alphonsus, O. S. B., who directed his remarks to the men principally, exhorting them to the liv- ing of good Catholic lives, by faith- ful performances of the duties attach- ed to their several vocations. As men of the Catholic faith, living, active nlembers of the Catholic Church, their lives stood for a great deal before 3od and man. Upon them depended the welfare of the Church, the family and the school; yes, of our great na- tion. Conformity to the Truth and the Way of Christ's One Church would bless their days and assure theln of eternity. Solemn Vespers. Solemn Vespers were chanted in the evening, with Rev. Father Alphonsus as celebrant, assisted by the Rev. Doc- tors Heagney and Keller of Little Rock College. Rev. Father Maurua was master of ceremonies. The musi- cal programs of the day and evening were most fittingly rendered by St. Edward's choir, Mr. Henry Lensing, directing. WARNING ORDEK. State of Arkansas, County of Pu- laski, ss. Irene J. Segall, Plaintiff, vs. Henry Segall, Defendant. No. 26585. ha the Pulaski Chancery Court. The Defendant, Henry Segall, is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Irene J. Segall. This October 11, 1920. W. S. Boone, Clerk. By H. S. Nixon, D. C. Cohn, Clayton & Cohn, Solicitors for Plaintiff. J. A. Comer, Attorney ad Litem. 10-16-4t A man who turns to God in his old age is like a child that eats a peach generously offers its mother the riculture looked for every inlprove- ment. Tim ruler from her learned sonic rude justice; the ruled learued faith and obedience. Let us not cling" to the superstition which teaches that the Church has always uphehl tile cause of tyrants. Through the Mid- dle Age,4 she was the only friend and advocate of the people, and of the rights of naan. To her influence was it ov:ing that through all that strange era the slaves of Europe were better protected by law than are now the free blacks of file United States bs the national statutes."--North Ameri- can Review, July, 18,15, p. 26. l{ E LIA'I{-McCOIiM ACK NUPTIALS. lit. Rev. Bisllop Morris Performs tile Cerenlony. OUR LAI)Y OF GOOD COUNSEL HURCH Autumn Bazaar, October 26, 27, 28. Everything is in readiness for the grand Bazaar which will be given by the members of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, October 26, 27, 28. The various committees made their reports at the last meeting and all were'pleased with the splendid show- ing the committees have made. omething doing all three days. Tues- iay and Thursday afternoon at 3:30, and be a card in the l The wedding of Miss Anna Louise Keller, the pretty and talented daugh- ter of Professor and Mrs. J. J. Kller, to Robert Enunet McCornlack of Al- bany, Ga'., was celebrated in St. An- drew's Cathedral at 10 o'clock Wed- nesday morning, the Rt. Rev. Bishop John B. Morris officiating as nlinister of the Sacrament of Matrimony, witll New Church at Sulphur Springs. Ground was broken this morning for a new Catholic church at Sulphur Sl)rings. The clmrch will be dedicated raider the title of Our Lady of Loretto. It is intended to suit the convenience of a 13ohdmian colony consisting of 12 families, wllich is located :four miles from Sulphur Springs and 12 nliles fl'om tile city. Leas-Walker Nuptials. On Tues(lay lnorning Leslie Edward l,eas of Little Rock and Miss Corne- lfa Walker of this city were united in marriage by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tohin, l). D., of Little Rock. Rev. Fathers Higgins and Schaefer were [ Trust Company e entire tiine prece DIOCESAN NOTES i t began ,,'hen Fur k:ns:: College, r their ow Second and Louisiana Stree i:t,i!!:k:Yu dearprightthe fieillc I | , his victim on I gd line. The Bates __aaxious and fun I - - - - - ,i, n, center for L -- " I.a the ball and t ley H " bro qiyt:r "dang saw the H  in the cen a .. -....Orlll didL. R. Coneg Ventilating and ' .Arkansas C( eVeral end runs, All l{|nds of Rooflnl00 .,. 000000li,.ed No sc, Phone Ma in xTS$ ag this quarter. -- ad quarter heht tx 'College. On th -,  three yards to in the sanctuary A wedding break-  - _" ......  ,ball through the ilast was served in tile honle of the bride. For every good deed of ours the world will be better always. And pel;- haps no clay does a man walk down the street ctleerfully and like a child of God, without some passengers be- ing brightened by his face, and un- knowo to himself, catching from his look a something of religion. R.L. Stevenson. AN ENI)ORSEMENT TItAT COUNTS. Bond's Pharmacy Co., I,ittle Rock, Ark. Gentlemen : We sincerely thank you for the complimentary bottles of BOND'S LIVER PILLS which you so kindly sent us and we number you alnong our greatest benefactors, because of your generosity to our sisters and our school. From experience, it gives us much pleasure to add our endorsement to the genuine merit of BOND'S PILLS. We have found them to be wonderful relief agents in the treatment of Headaches, Billious- ness, Dizziness or any Malarial trouble. Signed Dominican Sisters, S. Paul School, Odell, Ill. the Rev. G. Harding Keller, S. T.D., We will cheerfully send supplies of brother of the bride, celebrating the our popular Liver Pillscomplimentary Nuptial Mass. The music was under to any school or charitable institutions the direction of Professor J. J. Kel:] ler, father of the bride, who presided [ upn request. at the organ and was assisted by a I choir of lif[een voices and soloists. ] PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Knelt at Bishop's Throne. Florence M. Morris In processional march the wedding 308 Boyle Building party moved to the sanctuary of the Phone Main 826 Cathedral, where the bride and groom, Stenographic Services in and out of with the attendants, took their places office. Multigraph Work of.all Kinds. before the throne, occupied by the Rt. Satisfaction guaranteed. Rev. Bishop, with his chaplains, Rev. Fathers IL H. Wernke and John P./'ADITAI ':llifl flflfl fl0 Fisher. His Lordship then perfornledlnaaana " " Fovvwvv.v the ritual marriage ceremony, uniting]||D[|| fl finn fin the couple in holy wedlock, blessingiOtJaaaUo " " v,vvv.vv the marriage ring and bestowing upou [ We have increased our Capital tllem his episcopal blessing. Very[Stock from $200,000 to $300,000 and Rev Winand H. Aretz, S. T. D., rector by selling the new issue of stock at of St. John s Seminary and Diocesan [ 30 per cent above our par, our surpIus Chancellor, directed the ceremonies of has been increased from $40,000 to the lnarriage and the Mass. Rt. Rev. $60,000. This enables us to take still Thos. V. Fobin, D. D., Rector of St. better care of our present depositors Andrew's Cathedral, and Very Rev.[as well as the new ones. l)r. Heagney, President of Little Rock [ College, were ,seated in the sanctuary. Ellglalld Natl0nai lhlnk Nuptial Attendants. The bride, who was given in mar- riage by her brother, Walter J. Kel- 'IIlIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIlIIIlIilIIIlillllUllIlIIIIIllll Ier, wore a gown of white tulle era- t . ' ,r C011V{lli( I1{'(. i , , Pl'.fil boidered in seed pearls and rhine- [I,(:t stones over white satin with tulle veil In Depositing Your Savings With lh, and point lace cornet and carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and , . lillies of the valley. The bridesmaids, SOUTHERN TRLS I Misses Rose Lafferty and Virginia COMI'ANV Rogoski, wore gowns of satin and tulle in the autumn shades, with pie- you not only obtain coinplete safeD ture hats to nlatch. Master Edward for your funds and 4 per cent interem Harris served as ring-bearer. Mr. eompomlded twice a year, but you alsv Lloyd McCormack served the groonl know that your money is readily avail. as best man. The ushers were: Frank able whenever you may require it.. Letzig and, Anthony Rogoski. The Rehlember that a small amount de church was beautifully decorated in posited regularly at fixed intervab white ehrysanthenmms, tulle and smi- will produce far better results thin lax. After the ceremony there was a tho infrequent depositing of larip' wedding breakfast for the bridal party amounts. at the home of the bride, South Broadway street. Mr. and Mrs. Mc-5OUTHERlg/ Cormack eft for a wedding trip and will be at home after November 15th TRUST COMPANY in Albany, Ga. "/"e .on, )"0 ,OV__ The out-of-town guests for the wed- 1 ding were: Mrs. E. Kirchner and san of Wheeling, W. Va.; Mr. Lloyd Mc- Opposite the Poatoffice Cormack of Birmingham, Ala.; Miss Margaret Murphy of St. Louis, and Mrs. ,as. Neisser of Hazen Ark.  Illllllllllll IIowever, we shall be glad fo have you with1} IS our inflexible rule not lo impart informati: /-1"1[--. "Nk "T"i""l[" A I    ii'2 College then t ll00AL A for,,, i eiVi the four -]00 000 : 4 g and making Capital Stock ........... $ 2..- :rd line. Ten y Surplus ............... lv,o0 : ne.t four dew We are constantly adding new accounts .3t,g Linis a business is increasing at a very satisfactOrYd a ecnd o IHE 00XIHfiNG00 NfiI[flNfiL Now at 113 West Second St. LITTLE ROCK, AR CAPTITAL and SURPLUS, found b no score bell Little Rock w to score, bu as the third a 60-y field after were made downs. opened spectaculm thrillirg r sensational Open an account with Ark. end ..... tackle .... guard .... 3enter guard ... tackle .., end ..... ' quarter t:' lt half ..... 14 ....., " " ":' :"" ' 0 We make a specialty of investing same ,,'!S 2". o  first nlortgage loans--and l thereefOeWiP,i:earYLoda customers and estates e "p ":  "tues, L. R.'C ne;e ill e_A!::t F 'i w u: '' l .ge. Head 1 you. Roc00. Tin BAI00 i College PEOPLE SAVINGS Little Rock, Arkansas  ASK OF $ C. News Se Jo] :: undert 0 M MERCIAL TRUST Formerly LASKER-MORRIS BANK & TRUST Fourth and Main If Deposited in Savings Account will earn 4 A oj Beauty always expresses to the passer-by the with which it was selected. If'you such a memorial, we will carry, it to the accordance with your desire We are ice for monumental work of any kind. No Agents--No Commission. Write MONAHAN 412-414 West Markham St. LITTLB the ins1 and accolnl eUrollment. Onduct the c f the mo of Rege o at of a univ an em St. Jot in Brook been fixe subsc ANI of School EVer