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i 7. . ...... ., • • THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN 'i Vol. I. Little Rock, Arkansas, November 18, 1911 Number 35 Tl00G/i00 DEATH OF .1, and carried her into the Academy, ANNIVERSARY AND DEDICATION /demeanors or felonies, as forgery, DANGERS OF MODERN where Drs. H. E. Williams and J.W. theft or assault and battery. The SISTER CLARISSA Withers were hurriedly called to at- SERVICES ON THAHKSGIVIH6 DAY/j'oge cannot declare these to be en- DAY PICTURE SHOWS __ tend her. The last sacraments of tirely innocent and entitled to their Caused by Street Car Accident Sun- the church were quickly administered ..... D d / freedom nor can he sentence tlmm Are Many and Manifest Themselves day Afternoon. Funeral Held by Mnsg. Lucey and then she was Twenty-Fifth Anniversao/0| Founding 0[ St. Boniface Church and e - to death. He will therefore sentence in Various Ways. Selfdenial Tuesday. Beautiful Tributes taken to the Florence Sanitarium, them for a time according to the Necessary, Parents Should Paid to Her Memory. where she passed away a short time ication of New School to Be Notable Event circumstances of their individual Heed Bishop's Warning. cases to an intermediate place be- after her arrival there. • twccn freedom and death--the jail or Special Correspnndence. Special Correspondence. For more than a year Sister Clar- Morrilton, Ark., Nov. 17".The Pine Bluff. Ark., Nov. 17.--The issa was in poor health, suffering Special to The Southern Guardian. [those of the public schools, the in- penitentiary. Can we conceive a funeral of Sister Clarissa, 64 years from rheumatic and other physical Fort Smith, Nov. 7.--Thanks-l.tructors being the Benedictine Sis- way by which an earthly judge could timely warning of Our Rt. Reverend old, one of the most beloved women troubles. Had she not been thus gi,ing day, I9xI, is to be one of the lters ' and in addition to the- grade administer justice without having re- Bishol), given in His Lenten Pastoral of Pine Bluff and section and mere- afflicted a little alertness might have most notable days in the history of courses, religious instruction and course to the penitentiary, but of this year, against frequenting her of the order of Sisters of saved her life. But one of those St. Boniface Catholic church in this thorough courses in music and art sentence accused persons either to picture shows and similar places of Charity, who conduct Annunciation, unforseen death dealing accidents city; the ocassion having a triple are features, acquittal or death? And yet an earth- amusenent most dangerous to the Academy here. was rundown by an occurred and no doubt it came to signiticance to that congregation. In Description of the Building. ly judge makes no pretense to susceptible mind of children, ought eastbound car of the Citizens' Light one who was best fitted of all in addition to the general spirit of With a frontage on North Ninth- administer anything but approxi- to be occasionally recalled to the anti Transit Company, at Sixth the crowded cars to meet God and Thanksgiving comman to the day, the teenth street of 86 feet and on North mate justice whereas the F.ternal religious attention of our good avenue and Walnut street, meeting be judged on so short a notice. St. Boniface congregation will, on B street of 50 feet, built of faced re- Judge is to adnfinister exact justice. Catholic families, lest the hearts of a most tragic death last Sunday that day, celebrate both the twenty- pressed h rick heavily trimmed with Gontinu©donPalle8 their inexperienced and impressible children--not to say their very lives afternoon, was held Tuesday morn- 4 : : fifth anniversary of the founding of Carthage cut stone in imposing J : : be greatly injured. ing, November I4, at 9 o'clock from PROGRAM FOR MATINEE st. Boniface church and the dcdica-architectural design, two stories and TEXARKAHA PEOPLE May T be allowed to refer as tion of the magnificent new parochial St Jo.eph s church, basement, the building is a decided Sister Clarissa received from the IH AID OF ST, EDWARD school, additioza to the public building archi- ENTERTAIN DIS0P nowillustrati°ncame toa myreCentknowledge.fact which just church every possible honor for she The various features of the cele- tecture of the city. On All Soul." Day of this year, so richly merited the distinction. Promlse to Be Splendid Attraction bration will continue from morning The building was designed by With Reception, Banquet and Auto Eight of her former pupils, now For Thanksgiving Day, Fast until night, November 30, opening at Architect Edward A. Strong, and is Ride. Large Class Confirmed at three boys, aged 7, O and z years rc.qcctivcly, went to a picture show grown men, were the active pall- Horses May Lower Track 9 o'clock in the morning with solenm colonial in design, three-foot massive St. Edward's Church on bearers and tlae six wardens of the Record. ceremonial in St. Boniface church cornice, and is heavily banded with Sunday. at witnessedRhinda:der'the exciting\\;\:is" where scene theYof church were the honorary pallbear- presided over by the bishop's ohan- cut stone water tables, window caps train robbcr wrecking lmrposcly a ers. It. Rev. Mnsg. J. M. Lucey, V. Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. z7.The celor. The Very Reverend William and cornice base. The mare front Special Correspondence. G., was "the celebrant of a solemn Thanksgiving day racing matinees Aretz, of Little Rock, assisted by the on Nineteenth street is ornamented Texarkana, Ark., Nov. I7. long passenger train. Early next high mass of requiem with Very Rev. and wild west program to be given pastor, Rev. Father Basil. The cere- with a massive portico on brick The Right Reverend John 13. Mot- morning these youngsters left the P. Enright, V. G., deacon; Rev. at the fair grounds for the benefit mony will include the blessing of the pillars, surmounted with the cross; ris, D. D., Bi.hop of the C,-.tholic town. m:u-ehir..q' on tl, c tracks of the Jno. P. Pierce, sub deacon and Rev. of St. Edwards, will be one of the school building by the bishop's rep- and rising from the building cornice Diocese of Little Rock, arrived in Sot) railway, until they reached a in the neighbor- P. J. Shanahan, master of cere- finest cards ever pulled off in the resentafive, dedicating it to the edu- monies, state. The comnfittee has arranged cation of tile youth of the church; above it, there is a handsomely pro- Texarkana Saturday afternoon, ac- pretty lonely place for four harne.s races, half mile and the ceremony will conclude with portionated domed do,-mer also sur- TheC°mpaniedvenerablebY prelateReV" Father SundayHigginS'morn- l.o,)dto be OfconvenientVeyenhauscr.for their that seemed wicked The active pallbearers were at lo o'clock at Saint Edward's p].an. Gathering rocks and large Clarence Smith, C. B. Murphy, heats, and three running races and a pi'ocession, in which the congre- mounted with the cross, clmrch adnfinister.ed the sacrament pieces of timber they firmly tied and Arthur Daroux, Raymond Harkness has secured a fine tield of entries in gation will oin, through and around On the interior, the building is ing Willie Franey, Malachi Donovan, each of the harness races. Tile run- the new school building, equipped with all modern furnish- of confirmation to a lar;:;e a:zd i:',- inserted them between tile tracks so lohn O'Neil and John Breuke. The ning races will be a quarter, half and The morning service will be fol- ingS;electricgaSlightingfUrnaces.tlaroughout.and gas Theand teresting class, aas'oxtamc,l')" .rcmler, Thena wreckingthey lookedahn°stforUn'a • window arrangement gives adnfiraMe ho,lorary pallbearers were the seven-eights mile dashes, lowed by a grand Thanksgiving din- On arrival in tile city .Llishol) wardens of St. Joseph's church: John Additional interest will be given her participated in by all the con- lighting for the various class rooms Morris was met at the train hy P. hiding ,place amongst tke rocks and H. Delhnon. John J. Kerum, Lee tile event that in the Class A pace, gregation. The afternoon will be .of which there are 8, four on each J. Ahem, \\;V. E. Bann. J. L. ],,r,thiek),,,busheseomingnearofbY'theeagerlyfirst await-train. Harkness. \\;V. O. Laggart, M. Hol- open to Arkansas and Oklahoma, an devoted to social intercourse; and at floor, and each room 20 by 32 feet,, Lontkowsly, and Father Boyle. H:mpily it was a verv heavy freight land and Ben Sylvester. effort will be laa(le to establish tile night there will be a ioint Program The distinguished visitor was at " " half-mile track record of the state, celebrating both the church anni- with high ceilings and three walls " once taken to the residence of train that slowly moved on towards the place of i,nminent danger; so i!iiflhY e iiiiii£!Ti I ii!ilal iftii!!iiiiii ill fi!)lii i Father 13oyle where he was a guest The vested clergy, preceded by This race has been filled largely with 5 '" , " :' " ' . " . ' ;. '  "'= ""' " :. "."  during his stay in this city. . only little damage was done, and the cross-bearer and acolytes went in horses which were seen in the races t et : o Primarily tile Bishop calne to excited boys failed to witness their procession frofil St. Joseph's church of fair week, and are being wintered[ to Annunciation Academy and ac- at the track, and young people are " g . , . ' _ Texarkana to administer the sacra- own real train wreck. But they , companied the body, /ollowed by the The races horses entered and in its various features. The program cal,!clty, a.nct .torag 27 cjn e ment of conth'matlon, but a nunlber witnessed another lively scene they Sisters of Charity, their boarding their owners as follows: I will be one of the'most entertaining ve enr tan t the B ; I never had expected nor li]¢ed, when pupils and many sorrowing friends CLASS A. n on str et, there are of other matters were arranged. lever prepared by the church and,, meat  - . . " ; On Saturday afternoon the children they had been found by the furious and now they are await- back to tile foot of the altar when the Jimmle Strong, owned by Mr. school Following the close of" the 'wo commodious rooms for boys • ' - " le clubs of the parish, and large modern of St, Edward's parochial school train men, holy sacrifice of the mass was be- Skinner. evening program, tt)e young peol .............. gave a reception in honor of Bishop ing in l)rson, at Minneapolis, their l closets .tile nortll ena oz the base grin. At the conclusion of the mass, Ponca D, J. T. Dean. of the congregation and friends will " " " . " Morris. At this reception His Lord- just ptlnishment for stlch mischief. Trtlly Christian parentsor, even, after a few words by. the pastor, Bethel Messick, A. L. Hendricks. enjoy a delightful social gathering ment floor has a compamon eqmp- merit for the girls' and young ship informally greeted the mere- only humanly wise parerlts--shr}tlld Father Pierce delivered a beautiful Red McGregor, Mr. 'Skinner. in Catholic hall ladies' clubs of the parish, hers of the congregation who were 1)resent and a general good time was deeply impress the minds of their children with the great necessity of etflogy of the deceased. The pastor Mozart \\;Vin Sarl Ownsby. St, Boniface School. On the tirst tloor, a spacious and enjoyed. then read the funeral service and Paddy B., A. L. Hendricks. It was expected that the new self-denial. This foremost virtue of clergy and people went to the ceme- Red Bow, Dr. J. H. Buckley. school building would be ready for lmndsomely finished corridor 22 feet l]eginnmg at 7 o'clock p. m.. an every Christian and true follower of tery where tile final prayers were CLASS B. said. Lonny K., Robert Meek. occupancy by the school this week. wide, runs centrally through the informal reception was held at the Christ Crucitied seems to be ahnost The sudden death of Sister Clarissa Possum, J. T. Dean. but it has been decided best not to building from the Nineteenth street members of the Knights of that of order,C°lmnbUSin honor by unknown to the greater number of was a great shock not only to the Billie Medium, John B. Williams. remove to it until next week, owing front. At either end there are wide hall Bishop Morris, and at 8 o'clock our young people of today. They community of Sisters to which she Tonamy Russell, John B. Williams. to the fact that the interior painting stairways leading to the second floor, the must have, it seems, their few the bishop was the guest of honor nickles and dimes and quarters for belonged, but to all people as well. Tmmny Sullivala, A. L. Hendricks. and plastering has nor yet sufficient- At either corner of the corridor and of Sister CIarissa (Cain) was born in Spanish Queen, Dr. R. G. Carlin. ly cured, and the blackboarding in convenient to the class rooms are at a banquet given by and under the the picture shows, and for candy, and Louisville Ky., sixty-four years ago CLASS C. TROTTING.* the various class rooms is not yet in four comnaodious wardrobe rooms. Two class rooms, on either side, auspices of the Knights of Columlms, for theaters, and whatever other , at the hall. lows and annlsements are advertis- and spent her early life there. At the Allen Reaper, Robert Meek. place, owing to delays in shipment. age of twenty she entered the Choctaw, John Cai'rigan. Next week the school, under the open into the corridor. In a con- charge of the superintendent. Father venient position in the corridor on direction The banquet of a was committee served under of ladies,the edparents,the year that throughout, become the Poor wilfulhlind novitiate of the Sisters of Charity of Bowbow, C. R. Alexander. Nazareth and received the habit in Bon all, N. F. Donaldson. Basil and the Benedictine Sisters, in- each floor there is located a four regular course of two years. She Flinty Land, W. R. Land. structors, will take up their perma- fountain enamel and silver sanitary Mrs. P. J. Ahern, Mrs. J. A. Pon- slaves of their unruly childrenr nent quarters in one of the most sub- drinking fountain drom "and Mrs. D. C. Harrington, When growing do as up, they such please: children againstWill came to Pine Bluff in I885, live years Sookey Se, Ham Collingsworth. stantial and attractive modern school The second floor is planned in who were assisted by a number of always after the foundation of the Annun- CLASS D. ROADSTERS. buildings in the elty. There are duplic,tion of the first. The interior young ladies of the church. It was the wish of their parents they SOOTI a most enjoyable affair in every re- will frequent night parties, and night ciation Academy. Her work wa in Dan T., Mrs. W. A. Stanton. the boys' department of the school Grace Foster, Dr. E. M. Foster. over 2oo of the pupils and it is ex- of the building throughout is finish- and a large number of young men Billie Kidd, Leon Williams. pected that there will be many new edin white with polished natural spect, the ishop himself being dances, and abonfinable nmsked of Pine Bluff remember her kindly Wichita Queen, Ot Brandenberg. enrollments before the Christmas wood work. The building was erect- among the most active of the partici- balls and other places full of danger face and conscientious labors. In the Prince T. \\;Vonder, William Kelley. vacation. . ed under contract by . Truschel, and pants in making it so. and lerversion, because they have care of the vestments of the church Prince Roy, James Bonner. The parochial school consists of is practically ready for delivery to The banquet was well attended not been taught and accustomed to and in the watchfulness over the North Randel, John Hinkey. eight grades similarly planned to the parish, andwas thecltrriedfOllowingout: splendid program obeYselvesWhennota child,only nOranytO denYforbiddenthem- altar boys she rendered most Katricko O'Donohoe, Dr. Hoge. Toastmaster ..Hon. R. W. Rodgers pleasure, but also sometimes such valuable service to the pastor and Electric,  e,do, PURGATORY? \\;Velcome ..... Mayor John P. Kline agreeable things they might lawful- congregation of St. Joseph's church. Goldey, w H Mi,or IS THERE A ou Sovereign Pontiff ............. ly have and enjoy with the permis- Sister Clarissa was a very holy Cashion Maid, F. B. Johnston. Both Reason and Civil Law Practice Answer This Question .............. Rev. Jas. M. Hayes sion of their parents. ' and pious woman even so considered ]n addition to ,the race program in the Affirmative. Ye Old Times ..t-Ion. C. C. Dorrian Truly we catlnot but lanlent the among those whose lives have been hei'e will be an interesting exhibi- . Our Order r ....................... blindness of such parents and the consecrated to God in holiness and ion of saddle horses by R. Hisel. IByRev. J,M. Lu©eyl "' ..W. E,. Bann, District Deputy great misfortunehadof theirtheirownChildrenwill piety. Her pious disposition, a second The harness races will be half mile nature, enabled her to bear for near- mats, best two and three. The races There are some doctrines of the way of payment and demand, but in Our Bishop ...... Rev. P. H. Boyle who ever have ly two hours excruciating pain and will undoubtedly attract a large Catholic church which cannot be the manner of petition or suffrage. Response ........................ and never learned to deny themseh, es her resignation of soul and body to crowd for the admission is free and brought within the compass of the Taking up just now the first of .. RE. Rev. John B. Morris, D. D. any forbidden fruit; helplessly and human mind, as the Holy Trinity. these propositions, that there is a The following was the menu for edUnrestrainedlYto every danger they will of be corruption, abandon- her God brought her to a peaceful all the stands are in charge of St. Oyster Cool, tail especially when with their growing death. Edward's Infirmary Guild, all the We believe it solely on the word of middle the next world corn- the banquet: When Sister Clarissa sustained the proceeds going to the building fund God. Christ, our Saviour said that monly called Purgatory on account here are "Three that give testimony of the purgation endured there, Celery age the evil passions become strong- fatal injuries she was returning from for the annex. == in heaven, the Father, the Son and where souls suffer for a time before Cold Roas[ Chicken frequentel" and theandenticementSmore powerful.t° sin more St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery where SCHOOL CHILDREN  the Holy Ghost and these three are they enter heaven, it may be said Cold Boiled Ham the annual memorial services for the GIVE PRETTY PLAY one. I" John V-7." "We believe the that the Catholic idea can be fairly Cauliflower Christian parents and dearest divine word and accept the doctrine, gathered from a view of the three Green Peas Potato Salad children, listen therefore to the dead has just concluded. On account The pupils of St. Mary's Polish There are" other doctrines of the places which usually confront an Apple Pie Mince Pie warning of Our Beloved Bishop, oi having the care of the church )arish school presented a three-act church, like the Eucharist, which re- earthly judge of a criminal court. Coffee and remember the solenm ad- vestments and the boys' vestures, she )laylet at the new Polish hall, quire considerable study, discussion One class of those brought to trial Cigars. . monshion of Our Divine Lord Him- was slightly encumbered with an ar- ?ourteenth and Orange streets, and balancing before the human are shown to be entirely innocent of The Bishop spoke in answer'to the self: "If any man will come after me, ticle ,or two when she steppod off Thursday night, mind can grasp their truth. Again the commission of any crime what- toast, "Our Country," delivering an let him deny himself, and take up th'r'ltreet car at Sixth avenue and The playlet, entitled, "Caimira, there are others which demand no ever and the presiding judge ' declares address which was most eloquent his cross, and follow me." (Mat. .[ /'t street, near the church and or the Lost Child," is taken from study or discussion beyond a correct them as a matter of course to be en- and which stirred the pride and 6, 24.) eba.nt.. The car from which she Polish. The cast was as follows: understanding of the teaching of the titled to their freedom and to all patriotism of the entire gathering. := alighted was going west. She at- Madame Nomar (mother of Casi- church, Of this class is purgatory, the privileges and happiness pertain- Others who spoke impromptu were DR. M'CLAIN DAD. tempted to cross the adjoining mira)Mary Shillcut. ;atholic church teaches three ing to good citizenship. Another Father I-Iiggins, Past Grand Knight. Dr. H. D. McCalin is dead as a re- tracks to the sidewalk, but without Casimira (her lost child)Hattie purgatory: First, that class to be tried are" those accused J. F. Hunter of the Knights of sult of an auto accident which oc- a thoughtof the street car going Viarnowski.. . 's a middle place in the next of comnfitting capital crimes. If it Columbus and R J. O'Dwyer. cured at the corner of Markham and east, which happened to be then Olga (Casmura sister)Frances called purgatory is proven that the accused have corn- After high mass and confirmation. Spring streets, Monday night when passing, and which crushed her to Lukaszewicz. suffer for a time before mitted even one capital crime, the Sunday, Bishop Morris was the guest his auto collided with a mail wagon. death. Both of her lower climbs .Blind Grandmother NocarLillian heaven; second, that the judge will declare them deserving of f Mayor and Mrs. J. P. Kline at He died Wednesday afternoon. were crushed and many passengers Owens. tained there may be helped the death penalty which he imposes, their home. In the afternoon the Unfortunate as the affair was it is ' on both cars witnessed the accident, h, etta (maid)M. Engelberger. rayers, good works and A third class of accused persons and mayor took his distinguished visitor to be hoped that the fatal result will The car was in charge of Motorman Kattilda (maid)J. Wortsmith. the sacrifice of the mass ,generally a very numerous one con- for a drive over the city giving him have a tendency to make drivers of " Garland Stevens and Conductor G. Picnic ChildrenVanda Kaczka, up by their brethren here on fronting the judge is made up of at first hand a brief history of the United States--mail wagons more W. Qwaltnew. Anna Michalak, Eleanor Koscielny, that everything offered those who are not charged with the growth and development of Tex- considerate to others even though The crew of the car and a number Florence Kolodziekski, Anna Kote, for the relief of the suffer- commission of any capital crime, but arkana. Bishop Morris returned to andthey warnare messengerSautoists to Ofbe Unclemore. care-Sam of others picked the injured Sister Julia Korn and Paunie Moris, must be offered, not in the only with minor crimes, mls- Little Rock, Monday. ful.