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T SOCIAL and PERSONAL Br Miss Anna M, Joyc Phmm 205 hopett that many more names will be placed on the list of members at the next meeting. A c(wdiat invitation is bxtendt.d to) all Cathc)lic ladies to co- operate and hely |he good work along. -- Hallowe'en Party For Sweet Charity. The ]]allowe'tm party to be given at St. Antlrew's lk, tl. Sixth attd Louis- iana streets, on Tucstlay night. Octo- her 3L for the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphanage 1)romises to be one of tile most interesting entert;tinnlents of the kind ever given here It is under the able direction of Mrs. Samuel /[ontI.olnery Fiehls Oue of the at- fractions will be a chorus by tlte or- phans, and it is earnestly hoped arid expectetl that all the Catholics. as well as all interested in sweet charity's cause will be present attd help to swell the fnnd. Ninety-six little children are being caretl for at this orphatmge, and it is to hell) brighten tl,e lives of these little ones. who have been de- prived t,f parental affect;tin anti home. that 1his entertainment is given. Show your interest iu their 1)(,half l)y buying tickets and attending on Tusetlay night. Delightful Tea by Mrs. W. J. Bailey. '' Tile ladies of the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel gave tree of their dclightfnl teas on Thursday, C)e- tober 26, at the residence of Mrs. W, J. Bailey, X,l4 Schiller avenue. The hosl/itable honle was prettily decor- ated with palnts, ferns and cut ffowcrs. Mrs. Bailey was assisted in earing for her guests hy Mesdantes J. J. Maho- ney, William Rogoski and Williatn Sluytcr. Quite a neat sum was real- ized, which will bc appropriated to the Altar Society. Delightful Luncheon At Lafferty Home. Mrs. Thotnas Laffcrty entertained with a luncheou on Tuesday in honor of her guest, Mrs. William Quaile of Roseville, Ark. The dining room was pr'ettily decorated with ferns and yellow chrysanthentums, Yellow shoded candles threw a soft light on tile beautifttlly arranged table. Those seated around tile table were Mes- dames, Laffertry, Quaile, Juo. M. George E. Cunningham, Justin Ma- thews, Edward Meeks and tile Misses Imfferly, Ginoeehio attd Joyee. + Brooks Wendler. A wcdding of much interest was that soletnnized at the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel during the past week, wheu Miss Euntia Brooks of Alumnae Entertainment Was Enjoyable Event. The annual sale by the. alnmnve of Mount St. Mary's Ct)llege was held in the parlor of tile Knights of Cohtnt- bus chill rooms on "Fhurstlay antl l:ri- day of last week. The rooms were prettily decorated with ivy and white chrysanthemums, the color schetne of green and white being carried out. The booths were tastefully arranged and many articles were to be found, :Wl at very reasonable prices. Deli- cious and refreshing honlc-tuatle can- (ties fonnd ready sale. On Thursday night an irtfornlal reception was heht, which was attent el by ninny frien(ts of the ah]mnae. Musical numbers were rt',titered during the evening by I)r. Vincent Falls; and Miss Laurita Tunnah, who chart]led the guests lay the singing of several solos. Little Mildred Sandefur, the ehiht wonder, alnused all present by her cute songs and actinff. Friday afternoou was de- voted to a bridge party, and quite a nnmler of ladies enjoyed the game. Delici(ms refreshntents were served. after which the prizes were awarded. The highest scores were made 1)y Mrs. J. H. Southall, Mrs. Jno. M. Dnn- gan and Miss Lottie Reaves. Friday night a large number of ladies attd gentlemen indtt]ged in the gatne of Euchre. The ladies and gentlemen nlaking tim highest score were Mrs. Thonlas Lonergan, Miss Jnlia Mona- han. Mr. F.d O'Brien and Mr. Lund. The consolation prize was awarded to Mrs. C, B. F,ying. Mrs. Ed O'Brien carried off the lone hand price. After the prizes were awarded Mr. Jack mounted the rostr.nm and reated mtlch merrinlent 1)y lnaugtt- "ating an atmtion. The bidding was enthusiastic and quite a number if ar- ticleswere disposed of. Refreshnlents were served, after which the guests departd, ntneh pleased with the even- ing spent with the alutnnae, An Auxiliary to the Knights of Columbus. On Monday afternoon a meeting of latlies was held in the parlors of the Knights of Colunlhus club house to take steps towards organizing an as.- soeiation to be known as tile Aux- iliary to the Knights of Colmnbus, the object of the association being for social and benevolent pttrposes. Mrs. Edward O'Brien was elected president, Mrs. J. J. Mahoney vice president and Miss Anna M. Joyce secretary and treasurer. Mesdames Lonergan, Mortimer and Miss Lizzie Qumn were appointed as nlentbers of tim Executive Conamittee. Tile regu- lar meetings will be held on the sec- ond Monday of each ntonth. It is INVESTIGATE! Wonderful Opportunities Offered the Home Furnlsher We can 3urnish your home from kitchen to parlor at a, MODERATE COST. Either cash or credit. We Exchan00e New Furniture for Old We recite below a few requisites: Brass Beds, Wardrobes, Buffets, Library Tables, Dining Tables, Linoleum, Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Chairs, Kitchen Cabinets, Rugs, ChiffonierS, Couches, Rockers. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITIt US l r Adair Furnltu e Co. 5th and La. Sts. Phone 1626 I4oo Wolfe street and Mr. Edward C. Wendler were united in nlarriage by the Rev. leather Shannahan. The bride was attended by Miss Lucy Helm. Mr. Otto C. \\;Vendle," was best man. The happy couple left im- mediately after the cerentony for the East. Their manw friends exteud hearty congratulations and wish them godsl>eetl. g,. Mrs. Mahoney Was Royal Hostess, Mrs. J. J. Mahoncy of 900 Marshall street delightfttlly ntertained the Thursday ('ard Club the past week. The house was prettily deeoratetl for tile occasion, and a thoroughly enjoy- at:Ae 'ame was indulged in. The prizes we,'e won by Mrs. Kate Mortimer, Mrs. Lttnd and Miss Bernadine Swinek The next nteeting of the club will be with Mrs. Mortinler. Seventh avenue, Koffee Klatch At St, Edward's. The ladies of St. Edward's Czttholic Chnreh gave their senti-monthly kof['ee klatch on Thtn's(lay afternoon at St. Etlward's 11a11. Ninth and Ferry streets. Those in charge of the affair were Mesdatue t-lcn,'y Yearger, Herman Snyder, Adoll)h Arnohl Eliza t;ishe," and Sylvester tlalnpel. Quite a neat lillle snm was realizetl, which will be apt)ropriated to the inlprove- nlent fnnd. I, Mount. St. Mary's ahtmnae wish to retnrn siueere and heartfelt thanks to their many friends, who so gener- ously contribttted to the;, entertain- ment during the past week. To the Knights of Cohtntbus, and especitlly to tile trustees, they wish to express their appreciation for the many acts of kindness shown them in tile arrang- ing for the entertainment, as well as for the comfort of the patrons. To Dr. Falls; and to Miss Tunnall gor the pleasure they gave by eoutributing the delightful musical numhers. Governor Donaghey has annotmced his candidacy for a third tern(. In asking for a thirtl tertn he is only fol- lowing the example of former Gov- enor Jeff Davis. Governor Donaghey is out with a lot of charges and plat- fornts, all of which will make it easy for the voter to be "for" or "against" the present Governor. hi itll probability the "Fourth De- gree will be exemplified to a large class of Knights of Columbus in tiffs city ou or about February zz. More definite announcenlent will be made at some date in the near future. The degree will be conferred on tile al/ove date, either iu Little Rock or Fort Smith, Ark., or Muskogee, Okla. ,b Late news from Col. Thamos Laf- ferty, who has been in Battle Creek, Mich., attd Canadian points for the past several weeks, tell of tire Col- onel's rapid improven]ent in health. He will soon be home, and we trust will be feeling as young as he looks and acts--that's a good wish. Vqorknlen are busy repairing tlte old convent building, corner Seventh and Louisiana This huildlng is tile new home of tile Knights of Columhu.'., and when all improvements are eotnpleted it' will be in all probability the finest K. C. hall in tile South. Tile editor of tile Free Lance, Clio Harper, got n "good punching" by Senator Covington a few da.ys ago. The Senator claimed rite Free Lance editor had been persecuting him be- yond endurance. Such is life. J. O. Jones will in the near future start a real estate paper, The Invest- ors Guide. Tiffs paper will be issued from The Southern Guardian office The new paper will really fill a "long- felt want." ,b----- Rev. Father Heagney, rector of Lit- tle Rock College, whose illness pre- vented hint from preaelfing the prin- cipal sernton at the Cathedral last Sunday, is almost fully recovered. His many friends are glad. ,,v_.--- Attorney Fred a nodgress was in Fort Smith the early part of last week, atteudlng to legal business. On Saturday he was in Pine Bluff. b Attorney Fred A. Snodgress will leave in a few days for his old home it( Oklahoma. where he will look after legal matters for two weeks and prob- ally longer. Miss Evelyn Cock,'ell of. Jackson- ville, Fla., is the guest of Mrs. Wil- liam French and Miss Maude Gracie at their country home at New Gas- cony, St. Mary's Branch No. a2a, C. K. and L. of A., will give their annual. Hallowe'en ball. A good tinte is promised all who attend. Miss Julia Koers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koers, South Main street, is visiting in Fort Smith, the guest of Miss Gertrude Kuper. Mrs. William Q'uaile of Roseville, Ark., who has been the guest of Mrs. Thomas Lafferty, during the past The many friends of Mr. Z. T. Hedges syntl)athize with hitn in his bereaventent, caused by tlte death of his wife. Miss Melanie Walker is the guest of the Misses Virginia and l';ttl:tlie \\;Valker of l'ine l.htfl'. Mrs. ]Crank l.ongley and son have gove tO San Antonio. Tex;ts, to sl)end the winter. + Mrs..lames (;ray has been ill sev- eral clays this week. She is much im- 1)rl)ved i1 o,v, Cathedral Notes I Father lleagney of the Little Rock Collt'ge was to have preached last Sunday, but. t)wlng to sttthten illness. he was unal)le to do so The rector ()ccnpied the pull)it at all three tnasses and explained the recent ruling in rc- gartl to takin money at the chnrch do(xr. "\\;t the late mass hc l)reachcd in adtlition a serm(m based on the p;Osl)el of the day. Front the ready response of the rttler.of Cal)h:trn;tnm. whose son. our I/lessed Lord had healed, he drew the need for super- natnral faith, and, in l)art, said as f(tl- lows: "It has been well said that the great diflicnlty for Christians of this centnry will I)e not so nutch keel)- ing the conlnlau(hllents its lccl)ing the faith at all." The world is so full of dist,'actions that there is no roont for the thought of God. and where the thonght of God is crowded out belief in God must onc day disappear, and this is especiltlly true of onr own land, which is prc-etninently the htnd of distractions. We are so absorbetl in business attd so bent on amuse- tnent that we are to() excited even to pray, and wheu we cease to pray we abandon the most elementary ex- ercise of faith, i"aith is essentially supernatttrat, and as Catholics are sttrrounded by those who seem to have abandoned the supernatural iu religion and to have snhstituted for it benevolence, philanthropy or some other natural virtne, it will readily be seen what precatttions tlley will have to take if real religion is not to dis- :tppear. They must be ever alive to rite need of this supernatural religion, for without it no man may hope to see God. Why everybody has not the gift of faith is not for us to say, but it is more intportant for us to realize that we possess it and that we ought to practice it than to indulge in spec- ulation abont its absence in others. For this reason I gladly avail myself of the opportunity afforded by the ready respottse of the Rttler of Caphar- nauru to renaind you of the spirtt of faith, attd I rejoice to be able to talk to you for a few Sunday evenings in succession on what is the greatest attraction in our faith. Catholics will find these exercises profitable for themselves and for their non-Catholic friends. For lhenlselves, to stir up the grace of God in their souls, and for others for whilst the power to believe is a good thing, it is connected with certain predispositions of heart and mind which Catholics ought to realize. Catholics often wonder at few converts that come from mis- sions, but this wonder eontesfront not understanding that it is not proof, but preparation, which souls outside the Church needs, attd until the prep- aration of mind and heart is had sotnc will be sin(ply indifferent; others will be too proud and independent to sub- mit to the yoke of the gospel; a third class will maintain they cannot be- lieve, no matter how much they may try, and finally some may helieve, but their faith is in danger from weak moral and intellectual foundations attd front the sceptical environments by which they are surrounded. As the Blessed Sacrament is the great magnate to attract souls, be- cause, like the spire on this splendid Cathedral, it appeals to the imagina- tion. The rector appealed to the peo- ple to make the most of Sunday be- cause it is the special (lay to honor and glorify our Lord in the Blessed Sacraments."in the evening Fatlter Tobin pref- aced his talks on the Blessed Euchar- ist with a reference to the great in- terest that has been aroused in re- cent years; he spoke of Eucharistic congresses, laying special stress on the one in Montreal, which he himself had the privilege of attending, and concluded by saying that these im- ntense gatherings known as Ettchar- istie congresses were brought to- gether for a hlgh and holy purpose which ntay be set forth in three short sentences : "t. To give the world an object lesson in true Catholic unity. ]t was easy enough to be one in the days of the first Christians, when the Catholic people of each country or city was homogenous in character, but not so easy in these tla3;s of divcrs nationali- ties living in the same community, and yet as the presence of a great Catholic truth like the real presence all differences are forgotten. "2. To remiud the world of rite teaching of the Church on the Blessed Eucltarist and in these days of in- difference to creeds and in this la,td reed is too strange no religion too unorthodox to bc with- out followers the lesson is a sahttary one. Catllolics sltould be able to t)oi,lt out to a worhl eager and anx- ions to hear tltat the l'lessed Sacra- nteut is co-extensive with the Chris- tiatt Church: that it has been front the beginning the bond of unity and the supreme act of Catholic worship, and that therefore the revolt of the Sixteenth C'entury was noe merely the defection of the people, but, as has beet( well said, "the overtllrow of Christ, the Eucharistic King, in mfi- tatiml of that other defiance of old. "We have no King but Caesar." "'.3. To strengthen practical religion an(1 piety in the hearts of all. both clergy and laity. If this third end be not secured Eucharistic congresses are failures m spite of all their gran- tleur and external display. The Bless- ed Eneharist is the expression of the lve of our divine lord, antl wc must show our love and appreciation in a practical way. ()ur forefathers died for the Mass, and they did not dic in vain, for whilst lmse martyrs of Ettcharistic faith sowed ill tears we, their spirit- ual chihh'en, are now free attd untno- lested to reap the harvest in joy. \\;.Vednesday, Nove,nber , is a holy day of obligation The honrs for Mass at the Cathedral will be 6. 7:3o and 9. On All Souls' day Mass will be at 7:3o and o. Begit]ning Friday night, and continuing during the Fri- day evenings of November. the way of the cross for the poor souls will be held at 7:3o. MARY P. HEDGES-- AN APPRECIATION. ] tirst knew Mrs. Mary Pattie Wright Hedges when she was mis- tress of a 1)latmttion houle in South- eastern Arkansas. autl while ] occu- pied the same position in my planta- tion honse in the Louisiatta lowl;ttads. In her I found a congenial, a kindred spMt; our "souls seemed kuit to- gether," and thus wits fortned a friend- ship which continued unbroken for years; indeed, so long 'ls she lived. Thongh meeting only at interwtls. tl]ough often widely separated, my husband's bnsiness carrying hint, to- getlter with myself beyond the seas and into different parts of Europe, never was the tie of affection that linked ns twain broken, never were our syntpathies, llopes attd amhitions tlisassociatcd. Ln many respects we were dissimilar, she having been brought up in the austere school of Prcsl)yterianism, I in the equally rigid creed of Catholocisnt, which faith she later, after ntature reflection and pa- tient investigation and fixed convic- tion, embraced; but while we differed in minor things, in all thosc matters wlfich make tip a real and not an arti- ficial life, we were in perfect accord. I learned to love her with a love which I never before had for one of nly own sox, nly mother ltaving died when I was an infant. As a noble woman, as an ideal and devoted wife, she stood forth oue anmngten thousand. 1;irmin her de- votion to right and justice, she in- spired the shrinking heart, the falter- ing step, to renewed effort and final success. She was truth personified. I never knew her to either tell o," act a falsehood in any relation of life. En- ergetic to a marked degree, endowed with superior intelligence, well edu- STATE DIRECTORY, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. State Council. Officers--Chaplain. Rt Rcv. John B. Mor- ris, Little Rock; State l)eputy, John I-L Vauglm. Fort Smith: State Secretary, F. J. Ginocchio, Litlle Rock; State Treasurer. Ed McEvoy, Little Rock. State Wardeu. B. J. l)um, Fort Smith; Stale Advocate. C. ti. lvcrs, Fort Smith. Little Rock. Officers--Chaplain, Rev. P. Enright, V, G.; Grand Knight, T, J. McCarthy; Deputy Grand Kuight, S. G. O'Rourke; Chancellor, llcnry Lens;rig, Financial Sccreutry; John A. Vick, Recordig Secretary; R. Miles. Wardeu. IIernmn J. L, ensing; Treasurer, Ed- ward O'Brien; .I.ecturer. J. V. Fallsi; Advo- cateJ. P. Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prieur; Outside Guard. J. J. Rice. Meetings-- First and third Wednesday uights of each month. Hall--Old couvent building, corner Seventh aud Lonisiana streets, first and second flooru. Texarkana. Officers--Grand Knight, Thos. W. Hunter; Deputy Grand Knight, Geo, C. Maher; Chan- cellor, Geo. A, Landsdale; Financial Secre- tary, Victor A. Ghio: Recorder, Harry J. Browner; Treasurer Will J. O'Dwyer; War- den, Andrew L. Doyle; Advocate, Frank A. Thomas; Lecturer. Patrick Byrne; Inside Guard, Win. Kelley; Chaplain, Rev. Jas. M. llayes. Meetings -- Second . and fourth Monday nights of each month. HallThird floor Forenlan building, cor- ner of State Line avenue and East Third street. Pine Bluff. Officers--Chaplain, Rev. J. M. Lucy, V. G.; Grand Knight, Jules T. Borresen; Deputy Grand Knight, T. M. Doyle; Chancellor, F. E. Deltz: Financial Secretary, John Kireh- graber; Recording secretary, J. Frank Fra- ney; Warden, Chas. J. tIerman; treasutrer. Ben Sylvester; Lectnrer, Rev. J. P. Pierce; Advocate, N. T. Jenkins; Inside Guard, Ncddo Marino; Outside Guard, John J. Dono van; Trustees,'A. C. Briner, "1". P. King and Peter Gang, MeetinfsFirst aud third Thursday nights of each month. HallImperial Lodge, K. of - P., West Secoud aventle, Fort Smith. Officers--Chaphdn. Rev. P. F. Horan, D. D. ; (h':-uM Knight, John It. Vaughn; Deputy (h'and Knight, Charles E. Breslin; Chan cellor I.. Keating; Financial Secretary, Joe Stiesberg; Recording Secretary, J. M. Rielly; Warden, A. E. Iloqua, Jr.; Treasurer, W. J. Carter ; Lecturer, Itenry Kuper ; Inside Guard, I)au Itarrington; Outside Guard, V. L Meyers. CHURCH DIRECTORY. St. Edward's Church. Corner Ninth and Sherman. Father Maurus, O. S. B., Pastor. Sunday Services---- 6:3o a. m. 8:3o a. m. I0:30 a. m. Beuediction, 7:3o P. m. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Ninth and Marshall Father Shannahan, Pastor. Sunday services-- 7 :J0 a. m. lO:OO a. m, Benediction, 7:3o p. m. St. Mary's Church. Sixteenth and Parker Streets. Argenta. Father P. Bartodziy, Pastor. Sunday services--- 8 :oo a, Ill. lO:OO a. m, Benedietlon, 7:3o p. m. St. Bartholomew's: Corner Sixteenth and Marshal] Ctreets. Rev. Joseph ]Iottiuger, Pastor. Sunday Servicew-- 7:00 a. 11"1. 8:oo a. m. I0:00 a, m. Suudayschool0 9 :oo a, In, Sermon, Roary Benediction 7:3o p.m. St, Andrew's Cathedral. Corner Seventh and Louisiana. Rev. Thos V. Tobin, Rector. Suxlday services-- 7:30 a, m. :00 a. m. lO:3O It. Ill, Benediction and confer- ence. 7:3o p, In. Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost. Gospel, St, John, iv, .'16-53. cated, widely read, a model house- keeper and artist of undoubted merit, though making no effort to utilize this God-given gift, except in the family circle, she was in everything a woman in whont this land could glory, child which gave renown to our fair Southland, a worthy offspring of one of the best, the really great families of Dixie. The last years of her life were filled with joy and contentment, she being the idol of lter lmsband, the moving spirit, the center of one of the most hospitable of Southern homes, sur- rounded, encompassed about with frientls who knew and appreciated her real worth. 1, no douht, the least worthy of the latter, am glad to have lived to write these feeble lines of rentembrance attd appreciation. ] She died the death of a Christian.] Having first set her household in or-] der, she awaited the approach of the] angel of death with undaunted cour- age, resting calmly in the ai'ms of her Messed Redeenaer, and through S. 22. St, Mcllo, B. C. 1[. a3. St. John Capistran, C, T. 24. St, Raphael, Archangel, W, 25. SS. Chrysauthus and Maria, MM. Th. 26. St.Evaristus. P. M. F. 27. St. Frumeltius B. C. S. 28. SS. Simon and'Jude, App. WANTED--Girls' to learn hairdress- culture; short time completes; the leading profession for girls, as our graduates are nt big demand, attd you can get good positions the year round at top wages: to advertise the school we will make a $25 scholarship for the grst ten students. Write for par- ticulars to Pahner School of Hair- dressing, 2al Main street, Little Rock, Ark. Him sustained by the hope of a glori-. ous immortality. And so died a true child, a beloved daughter of Holy Mother Church. "Good uight * * * And fligltts of angels sing thee to thy rest." MRS, M. A. L. M. Monroe, La., October a, 9L ---USE ELECTRICITY--- Have your home or store well lighted. Use the light that is clean, safe, coo] and convenient We have experts to take care of your lighting troubles free of charge Investigate Electricity. Little Rock Railway & Electric Co. Phone 58. It: West Fourth St.