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THE GUARDIAN, OCT. 27, 1923 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL , 00It'5 ,- uURST, DRUGGIST, Mr. and Mrs. S. ampel announce $NmtkSt. Ph,ne 21e{ Ithe engagement H d approactfin elenBpP, of Chicago, who marriage of their dauhter. Marl g 00rmmar, v, monthhas been the guest Elizabeth, to Eugene Joil DoWnin: (..,   r  t _, vn. E. B Bopp, retarn- the wedding to take place at St. Ed"- 'mruay... ward's church, October 30. SeWing Circle of Mt. St. Mary's SECURINF FOR THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE Will meet at 2:30 o'clock afternoon at the Nurses' Vincent, hffirmary. nd Mrs. M. N. Hanson, Jr., Ash St., are receiving con- on the birth of a SOil, 3rd, born Sunday, 14ti. ----.-____ No. 6 of the Cathedral Aid, with a Benefit Bridge esday, Oct. 31st, at the cordial invitation is ex- all. Players are requested g cards, pencils and table cov- On Tuesday night, Oct. 30, When the moon shines bright; Spin the ghostly band From No Man's Land! Feel no alarm, We've found a charm To keep off harm At St. Edward's Hall, 9th and Ferry. Cathedral Catholic Club The regular business meeting of the Cathedral Catholic Club was held in Cathedral Hall, Monday night. It was decided to change the date of the next social meeting from Mon- and hope you will Participate in the rays- of Hallowe'en Eve, so to learn your fate. Keller announces the and approaching mar- Margaret Clara the wedding to evening, Oct. 30, the day, November 12th, to Sunday, No- parish will cel- vember llth. This will be an outdoor party and details will be announced later. Mr. Olrich, who is visiting this city in the interest of the Extension So- ciety, gave some very interesting facts of the work being done by this organization, and solicited the cooper- ation of the members in this great work. EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. Any Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Bursa May Be Donated an Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Re- corded. ' B urse Is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Inter- est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for One Seminarian. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ...................... $5,000.00 MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...................... 5,000.00 ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pino Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BU:RSE, Pine Bluff ........ _ 5,000.00 JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Iittle Rock .......................... 5,000.00 INCOMPLETE BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ............................ = ......... $1.226.00 ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE .... ............................... 975.00 SACRED HEART BURSE ...................................... 104.00 INCOMPLETE BURSES o SOLEMN 1,\\;VESTITURE OF RT. REV. MONSIGNOR ARETZ SOLEMNLY INVESTED O_eloved R eclor and Diocesan Official oled in Prelate's urlale By 5_ishola Morris Rt. Rev. Monsignor W. H. Aretz, ,% These rejoising friends numbered the T. D., Rector of St. John's Seminary! priests t'rom every pariM1 in the dip- and chancellor of the I)iocese of fat- case, with few exceptions, every every tie Rock, was solemnly invested with institution had its representatives, the purple robes of a Monsignor and with the Cathedral crowded to the elevate(i to the high honor of a l)o- doors with a host ()f the Moh'gnor's mestic Prelate of His Holiness, 'rope lay J'riends. ), .. I ms XI, m St. Andrew s Cathedral, A full story of this solemn and joy- Wednesday morning, ful event, with its detail of interest- Bishop Morris officated at the ing happening in church and .emi- blessing of the robes and the invest- nary, on account of our press schedule mcnt, and occupied his throne in must be held over for the issue of Cappa Magna during the celebration next week, but The Guardian with all of the solemn High Mass. His Lord-[who were present at the investiture, ship, in a few warm-licarted words, with all who know Monsignor Aret:,., extolled the merits of his loyal priest which is to love him, extend to him and helper and voiced the gl.ldnessl.sineer e congratulations and the pray- and the appreciation of the many]erful hope that he may ean'y bis friends of Monsognor Aretz. who werel honors for manp, many years ilt present at the so]emn ceremonies, health and happiness. I T he rainy spell last week proven!-] U.S. Sailors ed the farmers from working in their Sixty American sailors from the U. rice fields, so the time was dewted]S. S. Detroit, anchored at Naples, were to erecting the ocean wave for the recei;eed in audience by the pope, on school children. Saturday. They were presented by Mission the vice rector of the North American A Catholic Mission will be conduct- College. The students and faculty of pastors sbouhl arrange ]Hasses at a con- so as to enable their attend the public set- Cemetery. /ho, Where, When eaignus and Sister Margar- the Week-end at St. OVember 14th at St. An- The meeting closed with a few re- ]marks by Father Moran. ._'S--'-- I The Cathedral Catholic Club will eCormick of Albany, / give a benefit dance in Om Lad of est of ' " Y gu.l .... her parents, Prof./Goo d Counsel Hall, Friday, October -. atelier. ] 26th. OF00ALL SOULS [ ................... ,at Calvary Cemetery .: : - ..... : ...... :, November 2nd, the "When the President o the New OUls, the usual open air York Library Association chooses, for been established b," his opening address, "The Library as 3ishop, will be held at an Experiment in Socialism," he in- at 9:30. The Rex,. vited the talk about "Classes against O. S. B., will sin the nmsses" that followed, it was rather The Seminary choir unfortunate that one of a Celtic name Seminary will slug the shouhl have led that discussion. Un- the direction of Rev. happy it is for a woman, who has C.D. Rev. Her- chosen the library profession as a ca- the SUperintendent of reef, to lalk of forming unions. It be Master of Cere- does not listen well. If circumstances Rev. Bishop will re- have driven her to the point of scour- and after i ing rights through such a medium, the solemu absolution should she not ask herself the ques- graves. !ion, "What fault lies within me that are urged to decorate brouglt about such conditions?" A or friends graves be- frank question would have brought a Mass, and as soon truthful answer. s given for the begin- The President's address showed in- should attend, as the formation, and research; but not a is the necessary freedom from bias The impression assisting our departcd was conveyed that the purpose of be- I coming a monk, in the middle ages, Will begin promptly at t was to enjoy books and education. We who know, that a vocation to such a life is animated hy a ligher holier purpose grew restive under the state- ment. In the history of the library work[ of the monks in the middle ages, who ' in transcribing and illuminating man- I MI00A uscripts, kept alive literature and pre-[ served it for us, was accorded a place, I but not such a generous one, as the 1 work' deserved. [ The outstanding address of the Li-[ brary week at Lake George was that  of the Rev. J. V. Moldenhax{'er, rus- Ft. Smith. turning tee of the Albany Library. His topic - was "Internationalism as Viewed by afternoon. ,, a Reader of Books." There was much of Ft. Snfith, personal magnetism about the speak- ring her daughter, er, and a breadth of view, the result ary, at St. Joseph's of study, he brought to his subject ant/ home Friday. to his audience. "No matter what been in Ft. Smith your per:renal opinim of the papacy after business might be," he said in substance, "you Bishop Byrne Bursa ed at Weiner next week, starting to- ]morrow, and lasting for eight days. The Burse to be known os the Bishop Byrne, a memorial hon- The mission will be opened by Father Augustine Halter, C. PP. S., and he or to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a will be assisted by Father Victor credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for 'no stated amount Wagner, C. S. of donation, and its present sum total is the redt of large and] PP" smaU donations by those interested in perpetuating the name of Bishop Byrne in connection with the priesthood of the diocese which he organized and unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work 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 rceive due credit on the Semina,.y records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to dates 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 ___2 ........... 50 J. R. M ..................... 1.00 GOOD COUNSEL CHURCII All SMuts Day Thurdsay November 1st, the Feast of All Saints, is a Holy Day of Obli- the college returned during the nas week from Castel Gandolfo, wiere they spent the Summer holidays. DUBLIN CABLE gation, and the Masses will be at 6:30 and 9 e'ch)ck. Benediction will be given immediately after Mass. Thurs- tiny is a day of Fast anti Abstinence. Confessions will be heard Wedncs- (lay afternoon and evening. All Souls Day The Masses on All Souls Day will j beg'in at 6:30, 7 and 7::30. There will be devotions every Friday night dur- !ing the month oi: November, consi.'t ling in the Way ol' (;ross, which h*..; been directed by the Rt. Rev. Bishop, Total ................... $1226.00 St. John'. Scinary Alumni Burse This Bursa is a foundation by the priests who have been or- evening. (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) Dublin, Oct. 22.--Most Rev. Thmnas Gilnaartin, Archbishop of Tuam, has issued a statement repudiating the widespread libel on the Irish hierarchy which has been industriously eirculat- i ed by 'anti-Catholic propagandists, particularly in England. The libel was based on a sentnce, alleged to nave been a part of the last joint pastoral letter, issued by the Irish bishops, and reading as follows:: "We read with horror of the many unauthorized .',mr- ders recorded in the press." The ex- pression, "unauthorized nmrders," with its implication of murder being right if done by proper" direction, has been made the subject of much hostile commen. An English;writer, Alison hilips, in a recently published book, :followed by the Benediction of the "The Revolution in Irehmd," again at- 'lBessed Sacrament. The devotions tributes the phrase o the bishopv. will begin at 7:30. Confessions wiil This book was favorably reviewed in i be heard Thursday a t'ternoon and t the litreary supplement of the London [hme.. Previously acknowledge ...... $90.0.00 Rev. Friend .................. 5.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1912 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 ............... 10.00 Alumnus, 1922 .............. i0.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 20.00 Total .................... $975.00 Grateful Recipient of Favors ....................................... $100.00 Morrilton Friend ................................................ 4.00 INFORMATION AND DONATIONS Request for furtber information regarding any or all matters pertaining dnined from, the Setm;imtnj and is open. to the clergy md the people  Ahar S,ciety  Archbishop Gihn:rtin, in a letter ta t hines, disowns wlmt in general as a recognition of the present-day s,wcess of the fac- [ The Good Counsel Altar Society the editor of the "" , [will hold their monthly meeting Fri- he terms, "the monstrous expression," ultyand the students of !Ms important diocesan institution, day afternoon at 3 o'cloctl. All mere. declarin#: that it was not in the off- Sacred Heart Burse bers arc urged to attend. [cial version of the. pastoral, agreed to Good Counsel Fall Festival a Success by the bishops and ordered by them The Good Counsel Fall Fe.'stiwl, to be 1)rinted. It is believed that the 1 which was held the 16th, 17th and 18th [ phrase was maliciously in!crop.areal o[' this month, was a success, in spite after the document had been given out of the bad weather. The booths could .for publication. not be on display iu the yard as ar- ranged, but fortunately tim new School mmex was under roof, and the booths were placed in the ,mw annex. The various committees appreciate very nmch the effort and the success SCOTTISH RITE MASONS ADVOCATE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAI (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Washington, D. C., Oct. 19.--The Mr. Charles Schay had in having supreme council " of thirty-third de- l the building under roof before the gree Scottish Rite Masons, Southern Fall Festival. The committees ex- jurisdiction, in annual session here press their thanks and appreciation tO'laid special stress on its campaign to all their friends aml benefactors, who create popular interest in the public to the foundation of Burses and the benefits shared by contributors and like- [in any way cooperated to nmke this schools. The grand commander re- wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Very W. H. Aretz, S. T. D., event a success. Work on the build-lporte d tlmt the sentiment in favor of !ing is progressing rapidly, and the this educational program was increas- St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little Rock, Ark. new School Annex will mean a g'reat ing and stated that undoubtedly the ...................... - .............................................. deal to Our Lady of Good Counsel most popular institution in the nation Geo. H. McDermott, is our State and so far that, according to statistics parish. [at the plsent time is the American Council Chaplain. just made public, in the metropolitan putflie school. I district of Greater Berlin, there is no R0IE CABLE Support of the Towner-Sterling hill surplus of births over deaths. Ac- was reaffirmed. The council will push cording to the figures given out, there -- its campaign in support of a move- Wife, c': Shawnee, lstatements along similar lines were !madc in connection with his topic, and I rner, pC Ft. Smi+h. is he caught the eye and ear of his au- of several weeks dience m.d gave them food for and Mrs. Henry thought during a library week, filled can not deny that it was the greatest Next Regular Meeting returned Sunday experiment in internationalism the I The next regular meeting of this ,, . with her brotier,, world has ever known. [nterestmg / Council ",ill be held on Tuesday even- ing, November 6th, at the Club rooms, 609 Scott St., "it eight o'clock Sick Brothers Brother John 17. Engster of North lAttle Rock, who was scalded several weeks ago near Brinkley, Ark., has with diverse topics and discussions. C. erated on for appendicitis severvl days ago at St. Vineent's Infirmary, has recuperated and went to his home at Englamt, Ark., the first of the Oklahoma oil companies have been,has been indicated that particutar era- , quietly investigating prospects in this phasis will be placed upon an appear i county during the past two weeks.! fur prayers for the souls of tim mx- [he "lease hound" already has made !know n and t'ol'gott;Cll victims o wml(t his appearance here and the local ho-lwar" tel s plannm a 40 on t " I " " g .... o  aldition ...... T Apostohc Blessing to N C C M ' t " " ' ," " ,'. * " ; ' " " " -  ope tius was deeply pleased wflh the cablegram received :from Bishop were last year 1.92 more deaths for ( N. C. W. C. Special Cable) men! for a department of education each 1.,000 of the population of this Rome, Oct. 22.A pontifical docu- with a secretary in the President's able activity since several represen- men!, urging prayers or the sores m icabinet and with federal aid for the tatives of Pennsylvania, Texas and l"urgatory, is to ne pub]ishcd soon. 1 public schools. Another item on the educational program of the order is the e.stablishment of a national uni- versity at Washington supported by federal funds. FIVE PRIESI ARE DECCoRATEI) BY FI{ANCE this county a most any time. From, (By N. C. W. C. News Service) good authority it is stated that the Schrembs, in the nonce o the Nation- Paris, Oct. 16.Among the French i chances for bring.lug in an oil well at I al Council of Catholic Men, announc- scholars decorated with the Legion of the No. 5 location is very fine." ing that the organization has pledge. IIonor on the occasion of the centen- ] Personals [its aid to relief work in Jal)an and the nial of Pasteur, were five Catholic 1 members Nall, Tuesday, transportation to the North Side program North Little Rock members will meet BIRTHS IN DISTRICT the la ary Law on th%schoot grounds. OF GREATER BERLIN week will arrive home this evening. It is the earnest request of your of- Aloysius Schilly, who was taken to SOdality Sewing ricers that you be present, as we[ (By N. C. W. C. News Selwice) the hospital at Jonesboro last 'lhurs- Friday even-, shoUldnake an extra effort to have a 1 Cologne, Oct. *8.--The alarming de- rt, on Reine/large attendanee, as the newly ap- crease in the birth rate, coupled with pointed pastor of St. Patrick's, Rev. an increased mortality, has proceeded must be due to the many prayers of Miss Virginia Wells, who was one Nea lhts. Cardinal Gasparri, in the priest;, one of whom, anon Sender- of the queens of the Rice Carnival at name of 1qis ltoliness, cabled to Bish- ons, Professor at the Catholic Ins!i- the State Fair in Little Rock, and 'a op Schrembs expressing his gratitude tute of Toulouse, is the discoverer of a process peYmitting the Iocalion of will have week. Imaid of honor to the queen of the and bestowing the apostolic hlessing, ideposit of petrotcum and minera!s. Rice Carnival at Stuttgart the past Gasparri's Work on Codex Source :This discovery was described .ome day, is rapidly recovering fromxa se- vere malarial attack. This recbvery his schoolmates. Cardinal Gasparri has presente t the time ago in the N. C. W. C. News Ser- pope with the first volume of the vor,' / vice. of His Eminence is writing on the. On the same occasion M. Branly, sourees of the Code of Canon Law. ., professor at the Catholic Institute tf The book was printed by the Vatican Paris, the inventor of wireless teleg- Press. Tile pope has written a letter j raphy, was promoted to the rank of of thanks to the cardinal. Commander of the Legion of Honor. H. Bizet motored 0kla., and spent I J recovered. He returned to his old job with the Rock Island the first o the hinne: family. I LITTIX ROCK COUNCIL NO. 812 ]week. J'ohn and son [)ic- OI, 1;ICIAI, NOTES Itle 1at ' [ Brother William D. Franks, who ter part I Regular Monthly Communion Ihas been ill at the Baptist Hoslfital Tl',e members of this Couucil will for several weeks, is still there. The avelinff salesmanreceive Holy Comnmnion in a body brothers are requested to call out and Wholesale Dry ncxt Sunday, October 28th, at St. Pat- see him. mith, is now look- rock's church, North Little Iock, a Brother Joseph Perdzock of Grand ' Oklahoma. the eight o'clock Mass. Members are Rapids Council No. J558, wlm was op- reporter of the requested to assemble at the K. ,ff C. as been cm*hed to Hall, 609 Scott street, not later dmn t trays by i11-[7:30 a. m. Members owning cars are ut again, requested to be on hand promptly, so Club met at tlmt all of our