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Pale Two THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN y Mitt Anna M. Joyee Phena 20 " [ Hallowe'en Entertainment Mr. D. V. Hazlep, salesman for] Draws Big Crowd. the Beal-Doyle Dry Goods (2;o111- St. Andrew's Hall was crowded on Tuesday night to witness the Hal- lowe'en entertainment given under tile auspices of St. Antliony's Aid So- Sunday, being tbe tirst Sunday of the montli, the Young Ladies' Sodal- ity of St. Andrew's Cathedral will re- ceive Holy Communion. The Altar Society of the Church of Our Lady of Good Couusel will meet pany, who is looking after the firm's Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. business at Corning, Ark., writes in ":" for back copies of The Southern Mrs. Kate Mortimer will be hostess Guardian and requests that his name for the Thursday Card Chtb next be added to the subscription list. I Most Rev. Monsignor Spratt, Arch- with the panels and fischu of point bishop-elect of Kingston, Ontario, will lace. A tulle veil was caught to her be consecrated on the feast of St. An- fair head with lilies of the valley and drew, Novetnber 30. The Catholic School Board of Mon- treal has introduced savings banks into the schools to teach pupils the value of economy. The beginmng was attended with much success. Father Damcn, the missionary, was fell to the hem of her gown. As the month of October is devoted to the rosary, both the bride and her maid carried beautiful pearl rosaries. The wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party at the home of the bride's mothe.r, Mrs. J. E. IIickey, at 92i N,rth Fifth street. The groom is a progressive young STATE DIRECTORY, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. State Council. OlcersChalflain, Rt Rev, Johu B. Mor- ris Little Rock; State Dcputy, John I{. Vaughn, Fort Sm th; State Secretary, F. J. Ginocchio, Little Rock; State Treasurer, Ed McEvoy, Little Rock: State Warden, B. J. Dunu, Fort Smith; State Advocate C. IL lvers, Fort Smith. Little Rock. Olficers--Chaplaiu, Rev, P. Enright, V. G.; Grand Knight, T. J. McCarthy; Deputy Grand Knight, S. G. O'Rourke; Chancellor, Ilcnry Leasing, Financial Sccrctary; John ciety for the benelit of St. Joseph's Orphanage. It would be impossible The Altar Society of St. Andrew's to give full credit to the little ones who took part; they scented s3 tnuch Cathedral will meet on Monday after- noon, November 0, in the parlor of tbe i:ease and took their different roles so adroitly that one could hardly be- Knights of Colmnbus club house. The meeting will be called to order lieve they were only children, working in the cause of' sweet charity. A promptly at 3 o'clock. chorus rendered by thirteen of the little girls from the orphanage was one of the [nest attractive nutrfl)ers of the progranl and merited much ap- plause. The ladies in charge of the entertainment wish to return their sincere thanks to the public for their The reception to be given by the Knights of C,lumlms will be one of the early winter social features. Quite week. :. Miss Mary Cnnninglmm will leave the latter part of the week for Cali- fornia to spend the winter. Mr. The[nan Lafferty returned heine the first of the week, having spent two months iu the North. Very Rev. \\;V. Aretz is at St. Vin- cent's hlfirmary, suffering from a se- extensive arrangements are being vere cold. made for it, The date will be an- ,I* notmced later. Mrs. A L. Shader of South Broad- ,:, way has returned froth Chicago. the first Jesuit after Marquette to la- business num. whose line voice is A. Vick. F, ecording Secretary; R. Miles. Warden. Hernmn J. Lensing; Treasurer, Ed- 'bet in Cbicago. He is now no niore, often beard in local concerts, ward O'Brien; Lectnrer. J. V. Falls[; Advo- but his work, the great parish of the The young people, followed by a cateJ. P. Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prieur; Outside Guard, J. J. Rice. t[oly Family, begnn in I852, and the sl.ower of gt)(ll wislies, left on the MeetingsFirst and third Wednesday preseut St. Ignatius College and Loy- 6:3o train for a trip that includes Ken- nights of each month. HallOld convent building, corner Seventh ola Uuiversity are the frnits of his On and Louisiana streets, first and second floort work. So ntuch alive to the 1)owcr of the press are the Bislmps of the Arme- nian rite. wile have just held a coun- cil in l(ome, that tltey have decided on founding a newspaper for the expla- nation of Catholic lrincil)les. A weekly bulletin is to be published by san City, Chicago, St. Louis, etc. their return they will be at borne to their friends at the home of the bride's n)other.--Fort Smith Item. THESSING-HIEGEL. Conway, Oct. 27.The marriage of Mike M. Hiegel to Miss M. Louisa Thcssing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Texarkana. Officers-----Grand Knight, Thos. W. Hunter Deputy Grand Knight, Gco. C. Mahcr; Chan- cellor, Gco. A. Landsdalc; 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. Kclley; Chaplain, Rcv. Jan. M. IIayes. Meetings  Second and fourth Monday generous i)atronage, and to all t.hose who rendered their help and assist- ance in the management an arrange- ment of the entertainment. Holy Name Society Meets Next Sunday, The Holy Name Society of Our Lady of good Counsel Clmrch will[ meet at the church, Ninth and Mar- I shall streets, Sunday afternoon, No- vember I2. at 4 o'clock. The meetings are hehl regularly each month on the second Sunday. This is the only Holy Name Society in the city, and, though it is young, themembersllip has al- ready passed fifty. The first meeting of this society was held in June, when the following officers were elected: P. English, president; C. J. Sluyter, sercretary, and F itolstegg, treasurer. Fatlter Shannahan, pastor of the church, is deeply interested in the society, and was the organizer and founder of the organization. St. Bartholomew's Ice Cream Social. The ladies of St. Bartholonlew par- ish will hohl their regular monthly Altar Society meeting on Tuesday Novetnber 7, at 8 p. m., at St. Bar- tholomew's Hall, corner Sixteenth and Marshall streets. An tee cream social will be held in connection with the Altar Society [nee[lag. Exten- sive preparations are being made for the event. + Rt. Rev. Bishop John B. Morris and Rev. P. Enright, V. G., left Sat- urday for Laredo, Texas, where this week they attended the funeral of the late Bishop Verdaguer. Bishop Mor- ris and Father Enrigltt will be gone several days. While in Southern The engagement and approaching marriage of Mr. Clarence Martin of Texarkana and Miss Winniskey has heen announced. The happy couple have a host of friends, who wish them much happiness in their new life. . Joe l;lynn, a prominent labor union man of the city, rill go to Atlanta the loth as a delegates to two big labor conventions. Mr. Flynn is boosting Little Rock for the next an- nual convention. The graduation exercises of the St. Vinceut's Training School took plac on Thnrsday evening at 8:30 o'clock. Three young ladies received diplo- uaas. Mrs. Edward Monahan of 11o7 l.ouisiana street will entertain the "Merry-Go-Round" for St. Vincent's Aid Society on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, The Auxiliary to the Knight of Columbus is fast gaining in popular- ity, new names being added daily to the list of ntembership. --------4,. Rev. Father ttiggins, after an ab- sence of several months, returned on Wednesday. His many friends ex- tend him a cordial welcotne. Miss Julia Koers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koers, South Main street, rettn'ned Tuesday from Fort Smith. Mr. Louis Koers'returned Wednes- day from Cincinnati, where lie had beeu lwo weeks, combining business and pleasnre. Mrs. R. R. Valkins of St. Joseph, Texas they will cross the bord'er and Me., is in the city, the guest of Mrs, visit briefly in Old Mexico. John H. Martin, South Arch street. INVESTIGATE! These Are BARGAINS Wonderful Opportunities Offered the Home Furnlsher We can jurnish your, home from kitchen to parlor at a. MODERATE COST. Either cash or credit. We Exchange 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 A N A CCO UNT WITH US Adair Furniture Co. bishop J. Lancaster Spalding, resigned Gounod's "Ave Maria" at the offer- O 5th and La. Sts. Phone 1626 ishop of Pcoria, have, up to now, tory. Little Rock Railway & Electric Co. reached a sale of over seventy-five The bride Was lovely in a gown of white crepe meteor over messaline, Phone 518 .... II 5 West Fourth St. ....................... - ................................. thousand copies. I nights of each month. :=- them in Rome trader the title of the Theodore Thessing, was sohnenized HallThird floor Foreman building, eor- "Eco Catolico." It will be transferred at 9 o'ch)ck Tuesday morning, Roy. street t State Line avenue and East Third Catholic ltems ] later on to Constantinople. Peter Zcll pronouncing the ceremony. ,:. Following the marriage the couple Pine Bluff. Appalled at the influx of saloons were tendered a wedding rception at OfficersChaplain, Rev. J.M. Luey, V. G.; Germany is a nation of cdttcation, into his parish in consequence of their the honte of the bride's parents in the GrandGrand Knight,Knight' T.JUleSM. T.Doyle;Borresen;chaneellor,DeputyF. The numl)er of illiterates in the being onsted from other see[ions of eastern part of the city, which was E. Deitz: Fiuancial Secretary, John Kireh- Frenel arnly rose m ten .veers from the city, Rev. T. F. Mahon. rector of attended by a large number of guests, ney;graber;warden.Recrdingchas.Secretary'j, tIcrman; J" Franktreasurer.Fra- Rev. J. P. Pierce; 8,OOO to I4,0oo; in the Gertnan army St. 1home.'. Cleveland Ohio.. beaded Mr. and Mrs. iegcl will be at hotne Ben Sylvcster; Lecturer, of 265,237 men the number of [litter- a catnpaign to make his parish "dry" in a new residence Mr. He[gel has Advocate,Neddo Marine;N" OutsideT" Jenkins;Gnard.Insidejohn j.Guard'Dono arcs was only forty-six, territory. Recently he was in a post- jnst had built in the llarkrider Ad- van;PeterTrUsteeS,Gang. A. C. Briner, T. P. King and  [ion to aunonnce that sufficient signa- dition. MeetinfsFirst and third Thursday nights of each month. The Rev. Thomas H. Masscy, who tnres had 1)een secured to render it z = = Hall--hnperial Lodge, K. of P., West for fonr years has been curate at St. certain that the court will order the ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S NEW Second avenue. Mary Clturch at Perth Amboy, N. J., twenty-two saloons now in the dis- SCHOOL IS FLOURISHING. has gone to Mobile, Ale., to engage trict to go out of business. Fort Smith, OffacersChaplain. Rev. P. F. Iloran, D. in missionary work alnong the col- =  F'ather Joseph H oflinger of St. Bar- D. ; Grand Knight, John ]I. Vaughn; Deputy ored people. [ [ tholomew's colore(l church and school Grand Knight, Charles E. Breslhl; Chan cellor L. Keating; Financial Secretary, Joe :" Cathedral Notes is feeling good since his new school Stiesberg; R .... ding Secretary, J. M. Rielly; Warden, A. E. Boqua, Jr.; "rreasurer, W..]'. One-fou,'tl of the Bishops in the . " furniture has arrived and been in- Carter; Lecturer, Henry Kuper; Inside United States have been consecrated The Rev. P. J. ltiggins returned stalled. Guard, Dan IIarriugton; Outside Guard V. 12 by Cardinal Gibbons; about two thou- from Iris trip abroad on \\;Vednesday The school now has re5 new seats Meyers. sand priests have been ordaiued by morning, looking refreshed after his of the most modern kind, twenty-five CHURCH DIRECTORY. him." vacation, of which are individual seats and Next Clu-istmas will mark [lie cen- Tile usual services in the cetnetery desks and the remainder double. St. Edward's Church. The new building is now well heat- Corner Ninth and Sherman. tenary of the l]rst ordination of a will take tflace Snnday afternoon at ed by natural gas. There are two Father Maurus, O. S. B.. lastor. priest iu K.entucky. Rev. Guy lgna- 3 P. ui. The sernlon will be preached Sunday Scrvices-- tius Cbabrat, by Bishop Flagct at St I))' the rector of the Cathedral. big stoves in the chapel and one in 6:3o a. m. each of the chtss rooms. 8:3o%. m. ,t ]xoses Convent of the Dominicans, in to:3o a. m. Washington county. He afterwards The Rt. Rev. Jolm ]3. Morris, D.D., The enrolhnent has now reached Benediction, 7:3o p. m. became Bishop Coadjutor of Bards- is absent froth the city. Accompanied ninety-five, and Father Hoflinger town-Louisville, by Fatlier Enright. tie went to Laredo, tlfinks this ntunber will soon be raised Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Texas, to attend the /uncral of Bishop to IOO or more. This is the second Ninth and Marshall. Father Shannahan, Pastor. *., Leaders in the Catholic ('hurches Verdaguer, and has not yet returned, year for Father Hoflinger, and he is Sunday serwces-- 7:3o a. m. of Atlanta, Ga., have begtm a move- --'-"+ very nlnch encouraged over the pres- o:oo a. m. Father Tobin ban begun a series ent conditions and prospects for the Benediction, 7:30 p. m.. meat for the organization of a Cath- olic hoys' club, to provide for the of conferences on the Blessed Euehar- futm'e. 2,one Catholic youths in the city. A [st which arc given every Suuday == tnecting has been ltcld. ]t is under- night. Last Sunclay niglit hc spoke of GOVERNOR DONAGHEY St. Mary's Church. stood the protnoters arc in favor of the words of promise. Tomorrow COMMUTES SENTENCE. Sixteenth and Parker Streets. Argenta. secnring a lot and erectiug a build- night he will speak of the fulfihnent of Father P.Bartodziy, Pastor. 8 .*OO a, nl. ing to contaiu the most modern ath- the protnise. Governor Donaghey Commuted the Sunday scrvtces-- = z cleath sentence passed lay the court of in:on R. m. lctic and gymnastic equipment. KNIGHTS AND LADIES" Benediction, 7:3o p. m. I- jurisdiction and confirtned by a higher Pope Plus X once took the sylo- ENTERTAIN WITH DANCE. tribunal on Earl Gilcbrist, a negro boy graph out of the hands of a Catholic of questionable age, for the killing of St. Bartholomew's. Sixteeuth aml Marshall Streets. Rev. Joseph Iiouinger, Pastor. jonrnalist kneeling at his feet aud The Masquerade Ball Hallowe'en Will Longley, another negro, on the Corucr blessed it with these words: "I bless Night Was Most Enjoyable, 4th day of last June, to fifteen years Sunday services- 7 :OO a. In. the symbol of your office. My prede- The Catltolic Knights and Ladies of in the penitentiary. o:3o a. m. censors usd to consecrate the swords "America gave one of the best attetad- In support of his action in the case SundaYsermonSChOOland 9 :oo a. m.. and armor of Christian warriors; I alia ed social fundtions that has been held Governor Donaghey says: Benednction, 3:3o p. at. ltappy to draw down blessings on tbe in Argents this year, in the form of a "Upon examination of the petition St. Andrew's Cathedral. "S " )en of the Christian journahst, masquerade ball at the Polish Hall on and exhibits I am satisfied that at the - Orange and Fourteeuth streets Hal- time of the killing Earl Gilchrist was CornerRev. ThosSeVenthv. Tobin,and Louisiana.Rector. Perhaps the largest class of non- lowe'en night. The hall was crowded between 15 and 16 years of age. The Snuday services-- ?ahtolics that has ever collected for and some of the gucsts ltad to leave execution of a boy of that age could 7:3o a. m. :00 a. hi. instructions in Wisconsiu is l)cing hecausc of the imtnense crowd that not he justified. I am satisfied that a Benediction o:3o a.m. d conducted at St. Patrick's Church, was on the floor and in the reception sentence of lifteen years in the pen[- and confer- Eau Claire. It nnnabers forty-two, rooms. Nearly everyone at the dance tntiary wotdd be as severe a punish- ence. 7:3o p. m. 1 from was masked, in a hundred different ment as the facts and circumstances LVI'U .I-- 1 Ii---lJe|C]l conslsting Ofmany different men Protestantand womendenomina_ kinds of costumes, from the bewitch- in this case would justify. I there- .ions. Thc instructions are given by ed witch to the ptmll)kin beam. It fore conmmte the sentence to a term the Rcv. A B. C. Dunne, pastor of was estimated tltat over one hundred of imprisonment in the State pen[ten- TAILOR. St. Patrick's Church, on thrceeven- cottples were on tlte floor at one time tiary for fifteen years." Fifth and Main Streets. rags a week, and the conrse extends hy one of the pominent members of The case has attracted great atten- Phone 3179 over the entire field of Catholic dec- the lodge. The reception and ball tion outside of the State, especially Masonic Temple. Little Rock. Father Dtmne has won an en- have been long under consideration, in the North, and thousands of letters trine. viable repntation in this work of in- and the whole lodge was behind it to have been sent to the Governor, plead- strncting non-Catholics and also for make a success of the occasion, tinan- ing for the life of the negro, who, WANTEDGirls to learn hairdress- rite great ntunher of converts he has cially as well as socially. Miss Vogel they claim, is too young to be hanged, cnlture; short time completes; the leading profession for girls, as our received into the Church. looked after the invitations and the == graduates arc in big demand, and you I- work of acquainting the people of the ST. LOUIS EDITOR TELLS can get good positions the year round 4 November is the month of devo- cotning masquerade 1)all. S. H. Sever- OF WILLIAM DELANEY. at top wages; to advertise the school tion to the souls in Purgatorq. son and John Itentfling looked after we will make a $25 sclaolarshilJ for 'i Wednesday, November I, was the all the other arrangements. Henry Friends in Little Rock write to us the grst ten students. Write for par- feast of All Saints, Thursday Novem- Yaegcr and Lula Ganser stood at the to learn something about a William ticulars to l?ahner School of Hair-  bet 2, was All Souls' day. November door to see that there were no in- Delaney, who recently settled on a[dressing, 22i Main street, Little 2I is the festival of the Presentation truders, and the whole lodge consti- farm near that city, purchased, he[Rock, Ark. of the hlessed Virgin Mary; that is, tuted the reception conlmittee. The says, with money received in the con- he offering she made of herself to plan was suggested by Mrs. Annie fessional for forgiving sins. He says God in her youth. November 3o is Mitchell and was atnanimously adopt- he is now a priest farmer Unfortu- and it was the latter characteristic Thanksgiving day. No days of absti- ed by the lodge, nately for William Delaney, he talks that got him into trouble. He was a I ': nencc except Fridays. Saints of the = = too much, and in one of his fits of ex- confirmed liar and thief, and his cleri- month: Third, St. Malachy (d.I48); DUFF-KELLY NUPTIALS. httberance he has let the cat out of the cal studies were brought to an ab- fourth, St. Charles Corronteo (d. In spite of the d(wnl)our of rain bag of his experience. He has been rupt termination with his expulsion. 584) eleventll, St. Martin (11. i4oo); last Saturday morning the Church traced. He is not a priest, but it is Billy will iliad it more profitable to nineteenth, St. Elizabeth of Hnngary c,f the Imnaacttlatc Cdnccption was (d. 1231) ; wtney-second, St. Cecilia filled with the relatives and friends of narynt hiSandfatflt.studiedHea halfentcredyear.theHeSemi-was downraise ArkansaSthe curtainPUmpklnSon his thanpicturesquetO hold . (11. 23o); twenty-fihh, St. Catherine Miss Nellie Duff and Neville Kelly, light of spirit, but ligher of fitlgers, past. who had gathered there towitness their (d..307). marriage. Tile sanctuary hall l, een USE ELECTRICITY Every Kuight of C',luutbus slottltl decorated by the Sisters of St. Anne's III be a volunteer for the local Catholic thc bride and groom being their Press.Bishop Matz of Denver. former puipls--and was lovely with ferns, lilies and white carnations. ;-- Hundreds of lighted candles and clec- Have your home or store well The Church in the United States tric bulbs made a brilliant contrast lighted. Use the light that is now towers Mmve the Church in all to the gloom and cold outside the other countries of the Catholic worM church. Just before the introit of the clean, safe, cool and convenient in the number and spread of her uni- l ligh Nttptial Mass. Father Stocker versifies. I)eing celebrant, the bridal party eta- .=z tered the sacred edifice, passed up In the Church in our day the great- the aisle and tl)rough the sanctuary \\;e have experts to take care est and most resourceful misstonary gates and knelt on white pre dleus be- of your lighting troubles free of is a good Catholic press, and wherever fore the main altar, while Miss Marie that missionary is not religion suffers Duval played Mendelssohn's Wed- charge and souls perish, ding March. The choir sang La +- Hacltc's Mass, Miss Dansby render- Investigate Electricity, It is stated that the works of Arch- ing the solos. Miss Mary Boyd sang