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-*r .... 6 THE GUARDIAN, OCT. 27, 1923 Sisters at St. Vincent's Infirmary wie well informed people, for l think lill'tDlll I I,  n,, le a , . too well of Christian people to believe l]/lltlll LIlILI llOLl , ch week s program is looked for- The home was attractively OrIH  .t ('.,.-t 4_ flL___ they will not respond when they real- [ward to with eagerness, l with fall flowers. Twenty- ....   ulO X'JIUI JOY lr ize there is a need. When Christ St Patrick's Parish Notes ! At the last meeting little Misses beis were present and the : ...... = Icame upon earth He put charity in the Sunday Masse t 8 and 10 oclock/Catharine Ahern and Betty Taylor]won by Mrs Lees A salad to Have Home Cbmjort at Last[pla00e of selfishr ess, and it is the mis- Weekday Mas: :t 7 o'clock ]gave charming renditions from Cad-!was  ..... A ...... ' ' -- .......... Is]on of Christianity to keep it there, Confession hours on Saturdays and/man' Oesben, l,'riml and einecke I 'i'he'';,,t 'n, aehers' A MO ii/iii.l/?iliOei)i/ii!)!iiii!;i!!:!r.il;!i!i ;ilifi;!il:::i:: F b ' -  een pary nas Ii' " ' " " ' i "" " ' ; "!' .(':i,-"i" i, " ''''' " :" d .:-: :' "j '." : ""' "'-'l ePlans for an elaborate musica] tO/given at the Al'khlsasHigh School nedA ill]lOW'by the ladies who" *- col MI Auditorium are under wav and thelclu b "The entert.fimnentwill date sill be announced soon. lethally "for t en I ........ - .... he ehfldr , StnTed to' Genre oslty b the Tendei A eglsgof th t ways of shov;ing it No h:pital is/ishlh;eUnd Ubof St. Iarys par- T .... t_mns organzca _ , l grown ups are invited. Severs Former Popular Rector[ y PP e/ib:dthe d b:nii:tid:tress ' but if it is tol/at tPe. Polish l:Iall?'14[h b:':;fOtr P]g ] ward's. ' sJ;a,:: marsc t,,,, navetir'meSlorme, ,memse, ves lthef St Jal-ira]tree, sevening,sare hard at work pla,Ipleasure and ill, - ". it is capable of be-] St., Wednesday and Thur.day even-IintClub."a clUbin knowUthe electionaS the "Ever-ReadYof ofticers:'-,'"'". [n ..... ; +-  ,,,y .......... ..... ^v.,hfb.:fft There was  familiar touch to af- The contributions of the public lar e- ro erl. e( "   .. ... fmrs at St Andrew's Cathedral on 1 su lem g - p ..-P- y lupped,, md no hospital lstfollowmg c,ut mc.lude I some of the/Ma."" .... ,tiJ:'y was namen presmenL get in, but no promises will " " [ Y pp ented by the savings of thu properly eqmpped if those who really best h)cal talent: Miss Heleu Sic- , ry ans(ml(., secreturv, an(l Jnhu I as to the getting out The [Sisters secured the most recent ira-make it what it iv, anti who spend piela and [,ouise Siepiela, George lm- AIIII ;::(;mt::tio n of this chib, he-l.b:og::(: i x:ll :egAvCean(t;:'Y' :l last Sunday Quite two years ago it was of the provement--the Nurses' Home, which their whole lives within its wu Is, are kas; Martha Barron, Marie Hat(e, To- conventional to have Rt. Rev. Mon- is a credit to an instit t" . . " - , slgnorThosV. Tobin. D D ,+.l^o,,_. Y ulon St Vm !cramped forroom. Ifelia Matels " Amb,o.. .u ....... sides(he worklthasm v, ew, topre, i M ........ , th ...... kl  -u S now Well e ui d t " . , ......... ,, ,aua, ,eun . . , . . -.-- anti Mrs ,Jules :reetor, nmunt the pulpit at the sever. ] work for ,h, -: .... q. ppe o(lo.tts Hosp,tals huve done st, much for/Siepiehi, and Edward I}vuer ThelSent'.at.th, e en{t ,,t each month, the returned f , , ks" al Sunday Masses and or),,,,+ 1.- .... l .... "'X .,c, ant/ the suIermg./huron 5iv th tt the sist .......  ....... , _ / .. ........... .. ' ... iclasmc sou(ned (luring. the month The I.-,. . om a txo wee _, . . - .........  ,,a, pcu- Iverynlng (nat could h exn-,a ;  , , , ..... , .qvHiselves ] l,,,v .,,,t uil(iCl Llle olrecl3ous o] lVll: ]a.r..a. .. .. ...... " ' ' " " k,ulcago They were absen .me unto the ways and means of say-reason has been done for :" v-= ,?/oo not ncsttate to apt, ealm their be-I John Prt niski. 1:,: ?. ne nrs month was mani-I dedication of the ne: church. mg thmr souls and directin their ! ...... ne comxort half to the general public The- have ] Mrs l ohn I,iski h'ls return n *-- t.,,r]ese(l tl)r .t class room program on] M ......  ,-- . ' - nob .:  , .  !*mu convenience o nadents doctor ix.   - "' "/ '" ' ' . . u t, ,,c tCoh]mh,,o r .... I ..-.. auu curs dames *-. *,-* ::.nt,s anu .nearts unto all thingsland nurses But there s still s---'- '/''e'pe' :he lamny physician hy the[home, q01 West Sec,md St., after ,,is-]-,7",". ..... :'*" .. [the Dallas, Tex. fair this ,I spmmal and maternal which lent]thing wanting: for on* " ...... "': !pracuce timy afford; they have im-]iting her husband in Dertoit, Michi-/m.: aecen  ecung ot the lnlerme-/annomme that t]wv lind a nemselves to the greater glory of[so-s .q v,::. ......  .-" :'J'"/proved the generl health by the re-|fan, for several montlis |.,,, .... ra(ms o[ the school, they form-iovnM, ,,, .... God and the honor of His Church and/inad:oT:":-":L: ay as pmmu,Y/seare h work they make possible; t ey" Mrs. R. A. Gr.'dmm, 206 Olive St [e, into a body, to be called the "Will- " "'':- ;'" w ......... el'] His people | o --.-:.-, nu ma is ne cross WhO,]have ponu]arized 1 ....  .... ,--- ,, .:' . ,.1 ..-  ........... " . 'ling Workers," whose aim it is t, ira-[.,". ........... sen, orm ,1 ,, 4_ . axrer au, give the institutim is a;./, . r .- . ,,,s,-.c, mr :m ne .............. ,. n. guest,s, twr anti ilrs ..... . ' ..... -nrmtine Scull of Omaha  ne onsignor-s appearance in the/tinetl v ............. ]" ..... "/eglnn'ngs of health work were h.,d in I). M Li,mh, and Mrs I, H Ho'mlocklP, l,x..!.rod enhance then' elassrooms/visiti ..... -;," :,A 'riend pulpit on last Sunday at the three ]+,+ ff+.,:,,,u re?, repuauon--anu[hospitals '.rhey have done all th:i, of Wichit't. K'msas " '- !,he :ronowing are the offiters elected./,;+- ,'""]'".." ...... --,  e:t M, as seswff, s no ,iJ' ....... lsers nemselves :::r["" .... ....... I .... ]/c'Y vn's rbsen is accowe' . . ...... md they are capable of doing more, Mrs John Step]lea was hostess to l esident, L.oretto Murray, vice presi- thr . ' , $ :th::ladledeopTlhes: n:hY:a;vnhgy:::rteb::na:(?tgth:; I :YwmUSt have cooperation. If I the Ad Lib]turn Bridge,Club Wednes-Id;:t!' v Ad:ajIi?eCart; s semlctary, erale:hkhlren' and lll re e and these movements Ihavo ,ut u" wiP- *- ...... / " ords of Holy Writ, Bear ye/day afternoon at 2:30 o clock p m, 'tt [ . , "" .'; ".'L urer, Catha- | must , . , ** v inconvenience o , ,, , " rme nern -------" have warmed the former rector s [for th sak- - .......  ne another s burden, had a genuine / her home, 1622 Orange St }  " |  ......  heart, for before him sat his old 'tlae are'not ask e puo:ic. .n,, .nOW[application it is ],ere. As far as St.[ Mr and Mrs. John Prunisld enter- / ,._ / .61 old friends of eleven years, gladsome, I  y - . g zor mxu.rjes; mey/Vincent, s Infirmary is concerned the Ira]ned the Scrappy Bridge Club art l'll00]i BLUFF are not expecting to eep their own Bisho s 'f 1, , ' , but oh! so inquisitive as to just whatlde_artmen t in lin ....... ] . p, o ttle Rock have contrib-/their home, 1310 Maple St, Irday / Sin  "e t i . . p e wire hospital ue-| . . . ' ce our last writing w h s welcomed visitation ot the Mon-I:elo ment in th t ...... uted thmr share out of the diocesan evening. High scores were made hy l-  ]'a s 1 " ted si nor meant P e wentmtn century fun . . " . , , .p endld nussmn, conduc g [;o the- ar- t ...... [ (iv at thmr dtsposal, anti they have Mrs. :lohn Bn'se and Mr Johu PrulfiS- I Now that St. Joseph s new churchl Rev Ve,, w ...... v the ' . l" ; Y e oo moues or nat " ' . " - ....  .... .. ,,r --- He was not long in bealang his tt,,.,  .....  ............ , now other act]vibes which are re'flly kl After the game a tlelidfffu] s mshed and detected and the stor,,l*- ,) s ,. -'ss messa e ashy al.VC .ll Ill splrll; as tile is- . ....  .- . . , . . . - z] vne  reclous Jlooa. The m, g to their alert attention. His ter of Char]t- d ............ I more necessary, and winch are in need luncheon was served of l ebauty only told m part, the well attended and we sinCl was a plea, a strong, effective n]ea ..... y cscrlea oy ne poe,,of help The Sisters of Charit : ,e The Unit Club of St Mar's 'r question arises "How dit " " "] no so mu - -  ....... " . WhO sam: Altnougn ne once was a;d .... --" .-.. :. . y ha ...... Y , . . Y- 1)a- ,, , . t we (to t. that ts results will be imp re' u o cnarly as it was oi ]a..., . ....... , ...__,.,_ ,, _  . I ,no mc]r snare too; they ]lave fur- lSll Wllt enl;erl;aln its members and t seems alomst a miracle Fo/a^m., ........ , - - r "us " , ' ',z ", ,,,,,,,,x ,u,u watn, ye rom . . . . . . .... . |uamy upon I;ne minus o$ - : J tree toward the Sisters of Nazar- the da" she enter ^a h,, , ...... , ...^ rushed the ssters to mauage it, and frmnds Monday evening, October 29, ye,us the parmh numbered less than ioner eth at St " '  . .  .... u on,=,,v s,,= " " " " "" / s. Vincent s infirmary, of was content ith -" after providing for a very modest at the Pohsh Hall, 14th and Orange o0 fiunihes, and only very few bless- A . too w ". .  . ' very (irmnary ae- , , , . . . ,, very pretty wedding hose discomforts and strmts he por- COmmaa;,,,  ........ .. support for themsteves, they have put Sts. l'lns iv a l:lallowe'en party. Many : ed wth great means. Yet all did at. th ,,..  r,^,  Mi# . **. .......... *** Ill bne wor{ls ot i.nal: . . . ' : . . . . .......  ,.ac vu vt;v. n.y. -- trayed intimately, as well as to gve same ,,oo+. all the surplus earmngs of the hospit- games are being planned hy the com-I their pal( wllhngly an,1 ('heerfu]] ' .... . to public consideration the inside in-' v --. al in i,nproving and developing, it. mittee in charge. IThe church stunds as a monument t/I1] 'el]emie o this place 1 o blade o Joseph Heckle of formation of how these noble charity Ilm down bed t lal ...... Knowing all this to be true, l take The I,adies of the Altar Society of l their loyalty and sacrifice. R v a a . . nuns of St. Vincent's, for the past ... " ' ] le, ne t, lnKes "t this means of reviving interest in the St. Patrick's parish will meet Sunday I Am our mind truve]s back th ...... h ..e. _. . Itaernger ..... fort e r  . . ,,u. r " " , , , | . ........ *. usual manner ter iuu y y a, s, stinted. . and. crowded Her lustre." --one aper ...... tnm; serves her p oject whmh. has been .'tgiti.tted. ..... so afternoo  at , o clock p. n at the the. .years and we wat(h, the. ate coun,.l_,, a'; ........... .... ,,va,,,;"a by a i themselves, putting up wth the pmst to read ...... hmg, and which will give the sisters School Hall..rhis is the monthLvllhshop Fitzgeraht dedicate the o]dlber of relatives rod friend inconvenient, restricted and uncom- 4, .... -, .... " , ..... what they so sorely need--re.tter fa- Imsiness meeting and all menberslchurch, with its reat concom .... !, .... , ." .Y . J fortable h ' " . . . -. ,Cupure--tne cruclllX nalletl ny ci" ', . - "" . . .  . - o ne Jlome o ne orlu bltatmn, that the stck aml her ,,a btms for rest, recreatmn and prayer, raged to be present. !l)eople, the nmstc and the heautv 'm(ll s,mn .......... .; ..... ;,,,r ' the muimed and the poor oi Littlela .... ;,.:....,'.' . .... and I feel qmte corfi(lent the ..... le -- Ithe joy of the day wi,I- ,.,-.' .. I-'-(. s .......... s,,."'f, ].ock anti o' ,I- - r' " " ...r va,,1;.,,s--one prlnl; of trte [horn- o e ,t ..... ,--.t . _--  .,, ..... ,,--.," ,t-/cu; ne nappy couple uv- ...... '.aqsas nugns nave re-[ crowned head [  me tmne(,rtn parish will not only TCVlDI/'Iltll ]cey he cenr.d fgure, we can scarce-[Jonesboro the nex- ,lay. w] f,V:f(uge: comfort and rest under]Her cushion th( " pavement "th tt!:tteir share in this splendid work,] !lMBLlUitllltt [ly realize where he time has gone and !will m'lke their fu'iure home, least, the:;;  :rTrn::tc::ting m the wearies her knees, whol:lllc:kS:,::y th;: meTage to ,he Re )o,t , lh: o* :1 e:" church ,lo,,-crowns the [ St. John's church branch ' ' "" Her music the -)sal o --  ....  ' Y. the words ofl ' l "  ppinted rp :: e ohl one. Many of the old of A ta Justice to the Sisters of St Vin . -- I," m r ne agn (n ISt Paul to tt )" .. . . . r ., ... , .... had a very impor '. cent's Infirmary,'on'the-:rt of" "' '] disease." !Mass rod,, le Ihd,plnuns read ],1 the!_ Our two d::lly pa))ers, "rhe I, out tf:amflu, have pissed awa.. A new[on Oct. 21st, at which the friends, wasthe theme '" . one.,1 'it " ,3- I pra) th.ttyour,flm,.tStat.es,P, ress and "The Daily Texai -'gene'aL'l' :,is "lrmen t, take. t:|,eitlof thin branch initiated si . . . of the Monsg-] But in the interest of ^fr:.: ....... ., y may morc and more abound in kanmn, have dec]ted to contr tute 't place. And t musl )e s. id to lhe tdid tes in tl ee' no " - - -"  w.cnc tnt.  . ' . . . , . . ' ' , .... le thlee degr . .... r .n(, no one m the m ty or state]sisters needmore room and althou-h ..,..:p,le[ge: and m ull understanding.", page of their paper one ,lay of each j credit ot those who sleep the ete,'nal der. Su reme Or anizer " comu pma( netter. His observations li had fancied I was tl.r ..... 1... :- e,.],] tame *ock is taking a step forward ]week for "School Notes" J'rom e'mh i sleep that the new does n,lt meusuro Clerk P'- f k came with actual personal contact fol- ___,  1_ - . , ._ ,,:us ....... , ap- l i n bring] g intelli,,ence to . ..... :.. ,ho I hool il, -ho ,dt, " I up to the old w ......... ,.. , .j . _ of Little Rock, Ar., low]m- his fre-u ^--- =- ", ipeas, . nau no nesltatlon in maKing lsu .......  .- ? .7.""" *" ""('r ........ . ...... . ....... "a, m's. A. V. ent 1or ne occasiou ann a  . . . ,t n aau regma.rthis ameal in their name A .,1. pr o is variea char]tins, aml if .Therefore, 'a reporter for each pa- warner, the mother of Mrs. 1L E. was had  . prles,y v,sltatmn s of all these years, j4,2. "' -' , . . :; '","'lnospmd work is no ir, cludr,, ;,, ;,.Itmr was needed ....... 11 ........ , .... [Uenton of Pin- p.,,,,e .... ] by dl present. ,. . ,. . . . . . .,,, ago i reaa m one of. tne po uiar .. . . - .............. ., ., .  ......  ........ v , J'c- I ". ......... *--, /-1lO xv;I.q $1{ ............. , togethe th the mtnnate ],nowledgc , P l scheme there s a reason J , )()t weekl to " t , ' ,, I)me o[ sh( th .- " . " ' lma,azines that an E-)iscoalirr his -- " ' s , ," "his ap- I " y Fie (mar(Itch. Itl '" '.'.' g' in the. old da '; . :J],eg:e!e,] m anagm.nent that lS/o p 'eal]e(1 at, ,ppcal' wti'[h 'i','e'w';:' I, pea! ' !,owever, ,s primarily addre.sed jwas decided that a pupil from Provi-]within all Catholic activity. Mrs. AI-/ NEW BI.hlNE = ...... s as vm unapmm of the In-[,,... ....... . , , " ,o (atnmies, although no one is e , ! dence Academy shouh| be ......... . .,... hie Norris, 'flso of ' ............. / firmarv I -,r, mg or 1;he superannuaeu clergy I c,.a^. .. .. , .- ! .  . ,,,,vt ,m , , ' .' , .... ,pv.v memory, | __ "" -- ,",, v, nu.,,, ......  ' ........ xn ,,,.'go-.aung w'- '- [ to''tsay aomthat Jtst]mscope.Cth "I am ,'pleased' ' I;l es.ne month,, o for the,, "Four. ,, State's. , was.uld ]''ms m an respiration, to her ..... pastor I St loseph's A ade ....  ohcs xho con- " .', ne for the Daffy Iexarkau- " .nch. She was always ready to On October the J6th the hi:l:;::]l'::d]:o;:r?ltynp;: '' :fh:':'f:;:'dt:fihb:l::l! :fI:h:hf ,h:: f tributed generously whe the Drive, tan", and one for the "Guardian " do every thing mr hands t'ouml to do nual meet ,g of the Alumna" ....  " " ' . for St. Vincent s wa- . " rhe re orters for aml was not ol , ,. ," " . Sermen by Monsignor /work in the world was clone, I need! ......... . .. s on, ere from] P .... the month o 0(-] . l gem,ous x, ith her- t,on of St Joseph's eadernY ,,, Those of you who regularly read lmake no apology for appea ing in be-/n'umeWt::':tlr' 1' but they were ,lot veryl tber are Misses Mary Ahern, Catha-!self but genm'ous with her mean. at the Alma Mate: The da l'he Guardian". .which ,,has, been called [half., . of thoe who are .st]l{ moist at'-. I..(n(; not' ee'" Others) th ..prmised' but they l l'ine Moore, and Marguret Galvin. r Madame, Scull, Mrs. Derriseaux, and gun with a sotemi High iVl by a brllhant bsho l] t vel en aed m s l en pomse, md the I me Record Mad( MM Jolt s xxme l tdms l , elebl  er ' p, ,e Arkansas/ Y gg " a mo't henevolentl.. - " "." : " I  , , . "s..'.. ' " : " .' ' t "e',l .... mt beint, Rev Iatt ' Bible," are familiar with all tD, ;,,.:' /worl ' /reason was, no doubt, t t they too/ I'/fficieney marked the very fir,.( Faith, rare iu gm(nt. "111, ] ,,i;,\\;,;' S 1 ' '.',,,1,',-+, oft tutions of the diocese and the-,)12' - ] -It" i .......... , .......... /fell .under that ;,l)eli of indfffe'rence I montb of the present scholastic ve[,r every thing pcrtainin'f lo the 'eh,,,".:.: ' I ti,ii::,, "I;:i,;: .'::'he , I tam- ,m v.wuviy uaw/lt!(l upon rile %vnich the]', ,., " )  i . " , -- ' - ............ ' ........... l li ile .... ures wh,ch they afford the Bishop, / that the anathv of -eo-le to ...... , l ...... ,:e was over tim whole con,-[ln Irov,denee Academy. We have m,ssed tllem "rod will co,,-!ed the assembly The speak - -- "" ....... inunllY An(t now I hope those who At the close of Septembel thoe tnme to mv, s them Jot who inspired many of th . . " . .' m. But I am /hospitals was due to the fact that they  nromisld + ........ ",.." I ............ ,_,']'. :, .... " "'1 " .:s , " their places jectwas most appropriate, going o contine myselfYtoday to one [were not properly informed Some l i's, :... -7:".w'P r.eaeem then" prom-/'vn,.'""*t(' ne,:nsuucuon o being, i can never ,e filled. We feel th ,t the'the feast of St. Gall a Be,e? ' , . **t,*v allU 1,n'il; . ., r on l:tle nonor roll are , [ laun('nill ' a of those numerous., enoes for all the others ho M,uy Ahern g ot the new churl] e  ' sg ' good, tpeoDle are actually under th  .......... '. " " 1 .... " , '1 would be the sevenih centre he d P and that m the one with w , 11 now both , atharme Mome f /lete f the nam tt . . . ........ v-,:;- an alloro to do so ," vlargaret Gmvin C' " ' . incom ) " . Y' ' h,ch I am Is]on that hospitals were conducted for I nram; .......... | ....... ,, . - ' es ot theselvery effective manner, hoW now connected,. St. Vincent's. Infirm- |rofit,. , that they .......... were money maers. I* ........... ma perlorm. |oosepmne, .... viurray, l'ranees Quinn I g ( women were not men(lone(, I...h and his monks has fostered ar And the da s ]Azabeth Thomas, Ivy Guillor i t Me, the mean   se y. you know all about its origintI heard of one man who decline(t o1_ "Y , surely appropriate[::, art c ,'"  y, B'rl/ -, Y . ' t so much to St. Jo-tand education in our sen . , , . . for thin appeal The suggestive sen- ', .... , :.,royn ua.rrasa, Adele sepn s enurch, terms to such an extent tha anu aevelopment into the power t|contribute to hospttal work on the / /llorman, Mfl(hed G" . ' . , now s m the community, and my lplea that he paidhiswa, whenev.hltence of our Lord in tod ...... r, . , alvin, and Ohve! the altar boys in their new c'ts /the Benedictines tPe worl d0 . , ,  a S vOspel, Moore " "'- purpose in addressm ou s t "Rende ' |socks and smphces did ut l g y " o pointllaad occasion to go to one If I werel r to Caesar the thins that ---- I] ;' .. , ,' ' " " ' .s ." not realize/vel at his achievements, b .., , " : . . Caesars, an(t to God the in s thiel .pletedn.n:ra ]i'n i: TMs hoWilled soon .be corn-. ] the n'. big part m the dedication ser- are proud, to write in gloW]. out how its efficacy nmy he increased |face to face with suth a man I should / ' , g at d t [ In the future s " ar ' " ]b p th tt the aura v ce hi our haste to et 1 ' ] g g  .. p "v e ' f  . " : y eally think you/" s "" : he two-fold duty er of pumls on A_ . ,. : f .... - ' " " ay to hm Do ou r e God s, contains t g ast week s e udm the ccom hsh St Vmcent's owes ts ms r h IIpa for all that ou e lwe owe to God an Ii v me nonor rou will (opy off to the pubhshe, no men Gall md hs monks, and rea' .,' "s " ,p" a "on to Y ' Y g t in a hospit- d to country; and 1 increase greatly, ti ..... ' - " the pmty and generosity (if one Catho- [al?" The bishop in an address at the ]feel that "Render to the Sisters wh,, ]" ....... " . on was made of the altar boys, but der at the attemnts. )ossbl tic famil whose dedi .ti . , , belon . ,, : ....... | ,eparmen of Music 'indeed they were wort - " - , a r Y memory should belt ca on of t Edwards Merc] gs to the Ssters, s no' .a ,,h r ..... , .... o .... t " hy of a frontlsuccesses, when they learn held in benedict(on in this o Hos ltal in I, ort Smith las w forced a hcatlo , ch s compos page notice 'lhen cmemonial move h n(lsh s )rivatmn and tria ' , c mmunity. I I P ' t eektook| "PP . n of that well km)wnled of the members .....  "'1 . " " " "-I ; " '" p'', t " " ' " : Its first expansion was greatlylthe ground that even those who do text, for before God, you owe it to I o. ',li- 1 .....  ?.ute 1.)mno, vocalmens were so accurate and Well/good monks labored in th eir . . . , .,, ....... aSSes Ol J.'r ' I ;" , -. ." . helped by Bmhop Fitzgerald, who felt{pay the usual hosp,tal expenses, are ]them to help them to secure ,,,hat ,is/ ..... meets o ........ ovfflence Acad-i.,med as bnng forth a word of pra,se/oneer days. We begau here that no better use c.ould be made of'still in a way objects of charity for now wantirg in order to make St Vi: |'''''' '--:- "  wcc in the rrovi- Irm ,atner Tynin, on the tatar last ;continued under (lifficulte  ' " " ' " -- uence uum.  . { (hocesan funds thart to consecrate l the mere material comforts they get, cent's the most active and effective/ 1.-..es of th .......  !Sunday at the ]ate Mass ]along parallel lines with St. them to suffering humanity, are only a part of the function" of alagency for good in this whole Souih. diu',;e(l andrlr: con)posers a:el The Lneey Bridge Ch|b when we glance over the ,t [[he next step in the development of Catholic hospital, westa home and . chapel for t - ]-'" " '[" ......... Pl. i entatve cmpm-lwas entrtained by Miss Buleah w.,l, members belonging to the As hh: :::::ryfwth  l::leer2(sl]bl:abn.V " fi2etagaign,viffgmt: :veae:g s th:l;r Sis(ms themselves, ..... ]i:tss.U;anp:::L: =e:ij::]:l::lai i kL=, :t t:slml:mO:dh;t isl:: M Mii" now, (hjofl:::l:t d :c;;e age it, and who were ahle to construct the ann ex without neglecting the poor, ] or in any way compromising the glo-[ rious and honore(l nameSisters o Charity--conferred by their patron i saint, the Great Apostle of Charity---I St. Vincent (h. Paul. I A few years ago a further develop- men( became necessary to keep up with the progress of hospital work, and to mee, the conditions >ecesary to secur the highest emssifictim frmn the American College of Sur- geons, and then for the first time, an t appe:d to the public was made. Up o that time the Stae of Arkansas had no Chiss A hospital, and it was fond- ]y thought that Little Rock would be] interested in beig the first to secure that distinct]tin. Without going into details, the appeal did not receive the re.,;ponse it deserved. For one thing, the public was tired at that time af- ter uumerous war drives. Then again, it was not educated up to the needs lan institution which the generosity of of hospitals, or of its own responsibil-, others had already provided ity fcr their erection and support. As f This is a sample of the lack of in- a consequence, the improvements pro- ! formation about the real work of a' jected were only partially carried out. I hospital that prevails amongst other- actual expenses in the hospital, who will pay for the pool'? Is the burden[ of alleviating their misery and suf- / fering to fall on the Sisters alone?: The Catholic Church has a great rep-i utation for charity in every form, be-I c.au'm, like her Divine Founder, she goes about doing good, but I fear too many Catholics rely upon the sisters to enable the C]mrch to continue to deserve that reputation. Now, to confine ourselves to the charity that rows up around a hos- pital, the time has come to say to those who think they do their duy when they pay for the service they actually receive as patients, aml who do nothing towards creating a hos- pital or keeping it to be ready to re- ceive them or those who are dear to them when they are in need of urg- ent and immediate attention, you are really an object of charity even when you pay, for you are making use of [] i MT. ST. MARY'S ACADEMY t Ideal Boardln School for Youn00 Ladies and .Little Gir| Accredited by the University of Arkansas and Affiliated with the Catholic University of Washington, D. C. Under The Direction of 00:he Fal| Opens Grammar. Academic Music, Art 0000pression. of Mercy September lOth Commercial, For further particulars, address The Directress /