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,!" " "7: :,j , x, ss, , THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN SOCIAL and PERSONAL By Miss Anna M. Joyce Phone Mrs. J. H. Martin Enter- Father Clarendon who has been tait;s at Cards. ill for the past ten days is now suf- One of the features of the pat licicntly recovered to be back at his week's society was the [)ridge party post itt the Little Rock College. given hy Mrs. john Henry Martin of leather Chas. C. Trueml)er of Van S,ttth Arch street, in honor of her Bnren was a pleasant visitor at The sister. Mrs. R. R. Calkins of St. Southern Gu;trdian office Wednes- Joseph, Mr., and Mrs. Howard day. He added his name to tile fast Priest of New Mexico. l'ahns and growing subscription list. ferus and cut flowers adorned tile Mother Frances of St. Joseph's house, and the guests nlost Intirtnary, Hot Springs spent sev- thorongbly enjoyed a delightful eral days with the sisters at St. utne. The prizes for the highest Mary's, l'nlaski l-[eights this week. scores were awarded to Mrs. \\;Val- \\;Vhile in the city she faw),'ed this lace W. Dickinson and Mr.s Elbert office with a visit and placed a nice l;rack. The guests of honor, were order for lrinting. oach the recipient of handsome + souvenirs. After tile games a The Rev. Father Higgins, who for delicious cottrse luucheon was serv- sometime has been pastor of St. ed. Andrew's Cathedral, has gone to Mrs. Calkius left the latter part Hope, Ark., to be chaplain to the of the week for her hotne in St. Sisters of Mercy at that place, and Joseph, Mo. attend the Southern Missions. .., Father ltiggins was a universal pointed Father Pascal Cants of the favorite with his people, who regret French province of St Delays as St. Mary's Seniors his deparutre, bnt who bid him God- lirst Prefect Apostolic. Present Play. speed in his fiehl of lal)or. On Monday evening the senior + At the opening of the nineteenth pupils of Mt. St. Mary's College Misses Mattd Gracie and Evelyn century there was scarcely a trace Pulaski tteights, preseuted a one- Cochran. who have been the guests of Catholicity in Japan; there are act comedy, to the sisters and of Mrs. James A. Gray during the now 6o,ooo of the faithful, one arch- pupils, past week, have returned to New bishop attd three bishops, I7o The auditoriutn was beautifully Gascony. misstonaries, 4o Japanese priests, t3o decorated with ferns and pahns. Tile , nmml}ers of male congregations, and college coh)rs, pnrple and white, Owing to the abseuce from the 208 religiouses, 2to churches and were very much in evidence, city of Sister Martina. St. Vincent's chapels. Besides the contedy, musical num- bers were rendered by the pupils. Miss lIehn of Brownsville, Tex., gave several line readings. Miss Ilehn is in charge of the elocntion for the Thursday card club this The Catholic Citizen is authority for the state,nent that "Marquette University, Milwaukee, is, m poitn of enrolhnent, the largest Jesnit in- stitutoitt tn Nurth America.' As a token of symlmthy attd loyalty the Catholics of the Diocese of Providence sent the Holy Father $5,647.62 on the attniversary of tile seizure of Iome by the Italian troops and fall t,f the teml)oral power of the Ik)pe. Right Rev l:ishol) Gutm of Natchez has al)lminted Very Rev. P. C Hayden as Vicar General. an office he has so capal)ly filled under tile administration of l{ishop tteslin. The apl)ointment was received with great pleasure by the 1)eople of Natchez. Ecclesiastically Tripoli is a l?refec- ture Apostolic. In t63o the Congre- gation of Propaganda sent Fraueis- can tnissionaries to Tunis and K, OF C, NOTES. l,'athcr Tobin, rector of tile C;tthedral addressed the Knights of Cohnnlms at the regular meeting of the local council \\;Vednesday. His remarks were mtteh appreciated by all the meml)ers present "I'vO llelV lnelnl)el'S were added to tile conncil by transfer. Father Clarendon and V. L Spalding. Sixteen c;tndidates were given the tirst degree. The l;ourth degree nlembcrs will ntcel at the hall Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and organize a local assenlbly ;tnd arrange for tile ex- emplilieation of the Fourth degree in this city on February 19. The itnprovements on the hall are being pushed rapidly and will 1)e c.mpleted within a short trine. MASS MEETING CALLED. There will be a ntass meeting of Tripoli, and three years later ap- tile t'atholic laymen, inte,-csted in Calvary cetnetery, at the Kuights of Columbus hall, Seventh and Louisi- ana street Snnday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It is especially urged that those gentlemen whose names appeared in the Southern Guardian last week as solicitors for the cemetery fund be 1)resent. ALLEGED DEAF MUTE PROVES TO BE FRAUD. Aid Socie.ty did uot nteet on Tues- day. + proceeds quietly, but steadily, peculiar way one day this week. Mrs. J. A. Kline will be hostess throttghout the country, affording While 1)usy at work a young felh)w and physical culture delartmetn of week. tile college, aud is a woman of much ,: talent and ability. Mrs. Cass Newton has retnt'ned The whole entertaimnent display- froth Chicago, and is a guest at the ed excellent talent and was most Hotel Marion. Mrs. Martin A. Lally has gone to Newton, Miss., to sl)end several weeks, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hunt. Miss Sallie Gracie is visiting in Chilicothe, Mo., the guest of Mrs. Raymond McNally. Mrs. McNally was formerly Miss Annabelle Quinn of this city. Miss Sallie. will later be the guest of Miss Mildred Sut- ton of this city. The attxiliary to the Knights of Columlms, held their monthly meet- ing on Monday afternoon. The organization, heing in its infancy tile only points considered were the dis- cussion of lflans for the work of the attxiliary during the coming sea- thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by those fortunate enough to I)e present. .+ Winniski-Martin Pretty Wedding. On Wednesday morning St. Andrew's Cathedral was the' scene of a pretty wedding, when Miss Clara Winniski, and Mr. Claude Martin were united in marriage. ()nly the family and itnmediate relations and friends witnessed the cere,nony. The ceretnony was per- ffrnaed by the Rev. Father Tohin. The young couple were unattended. The hride wore a traveling gown with hat to match. Miss Winniski is quite popular in social circles, and has tnany friends in the city. Mr. Martin is well and favorably known, having spent a number of years itt son. + U'nder the atts piees of the Cathedral Altar Society, mass was said on Monday morning for Mrs. Z. T. Hedges, atad on Thursday morning for all the deceased mem- bers of the society. St. Anthony's Aid Society will meet on Monday afternoon, Nov. 20 at 3 o'clock in the parlor of the Knights of Columbus club house. All members are urged to attend. ......-. Mrs. Orlando Halliburton has re- turned from Richmond, Va., where she has been in attendance 'at the U. D. C. convention. CATHOLIC ITEMS. We present herewith an excellent likeness of Mr. Herbert S. Turner, who is a candidate for the office of County and Prol)ate Clerk. Mr. Turner has served as a deputy in the office for the past seven years, four years under Joe Asher. three under Henry (). \\;:ogler, and believing that faithful service in the position he has held, merits a prontotion, he is askiig the Democratic voters of this county for their vote. He promises, if elected, to keep the connty clerk's The ntanager of The Southern The erection of churches in lreland Guardi;m was intposed upon in a office up to the same high standard proof that the faith which St. Patrick walked into the tnanager's office and brought to lreland still burns bright- presented a rumpled piece of paper ly. Sehh)m a week passes that sotne on which was poorly written a re- new church is not dedicated, or an old one re-opened, after being im- proved. In his day and ntinistry ill l,;ng- kind. the late Mgr. Capel. says the Louisville Record, was instrumeutal in the return to the fold of the Cathodic church of a number of dis- titguished Anglicans. among wltotn are ntentioned the Marquis of Sure, Prince Dori't and Lady Jane ltast- ings. The floats in the Fourth of July and Colutnbus Day pageants in Chi- cago, this year and last, were the projects and naostly the work of tile talented Chicago artist, Thontas O'Shaughnessy. Mr. O'Shaugh- qttest to copy a few lines front an Oklahoma City doctor, which would introduce the bearer as l'at Mc- l)aniel and bear testimony of his loss of speech and hearing front typhoid fever and thus enable hint to beg enough money to take him to his home in Alal)atna. v\\;re complied with Pat's request attd tossed him a small coin and redeived many gestures and "nods" in return for onr favor. Later on during the day "fat" inflfibed a little too freely of joy water and forgetting ltis role he- cante noisy and got arrested and lodged in jail. The officer who ar- rested Pat had to use so rough naeans to force his prisoner to obey orders and when the constable landed on the alleged deaf mute with a sharp nessy's zeal knows no limits when npper cut to the .law Pat spoke free- the land or the Faith of his fore- ly thereafter according to the fathers may be served and as so constable's statement and had no often follows heing a true Catholic fnrther troulfle in understanding Cael he is whole-souledly devoted clearly what the officer said. Pat had to America, the land of his birth, worked his graft well and had con- eiderable money on Iris person when Mgr. Morris, Bishop of Little arrested. Rock and his Vicar-General, Very Rev. John P. Enright, after attend- ing the obsequies of Bishop Verda- guer, Vicar-Apostolic of llrownsville, Tex., crossed over into Mexico for a brief visit to that country.Louis- ville Record. Tile Bishops of Artnenia met in MAJOR PATRIDGE DEAD. Fortified by the last sacraments of the church Major I. M. Patridge died at the Confederate Home, this city, last Saturday. His remains were laid to rset in the Confederate cemetery on Sun- Council in Rome. They decided on day, Novemler t2. Very- Rex,. P. estahlislting an Artnenian Seminary Enright performing the ceremonies in Constantinople; they considered a at the Hotne and at the grave. plan for Catholic schools tlwonghout Major Patridge became a Catholic Artnenia and determined on estah- about twenty years ago. He former- lishing a Catholic newspaper to he ly lived at Fayetteville, Ark., where called "The Catholic Echo:" he was well known as the editor of Rev. Theo. Jaron, the pastor of Kosciusko, Tex., died at Santa Rosa Infirmary in San Antonio on Sunday, October 29, after an illness of about three, weeks. The deceased was a native of Poland and had labored in the Polish parishes of Texas for many years, both in the diocese of ;alveston and of San Antonio. There is a worthy movem&t on oot to erect a memorial to the late Rev. Dr. Lamhert, editor of the New York Freeman's Journal and author of the well known "Notes on Inger- soll." The proposed monument will take the form of a large granite cross and a life size bronze figure of the great priest to be set in place over his grave at Scottsville, N. Y. In view of the report that his Holi- ness Plus X intends to ask all the kings, emperors, legislators and other chief statesmen of Christian countries to abolish capital punish- ment throughont ChristentlonL a conference was held at the Hotel the Fayetteville Sentinel.R. I. P. FUNDS FOR ANNEX GIVEN BIG BOOM. Fort Smith, Ark., Nov. I7.Sub- scriptions towards the erection of the Annex to St. Edward's Infirmary have been headed by the generous donation of $5oo by Mr. Harry E. Kelley. Mr. Max A. Mayer, of St. Louis, has sent to St. Edward's In- firmary $too, bequest of his mother, Mrs. Regina Wolfe Mayer. In the near future the names of other contributors will appear on the list. THE DIVORCE RECORD. Metropole, in Lontton, last week, to consider what is the best method of Austria ............. 179 dealing witlt criminals convicted of France ............. 8,864 murder. German Empire .... 8,68o Prof. William B. Bailey of Yale university publishes in the New York Independent a chart showing the world's di'vorce record for the five years ending ill 1902 or x9o3. The figures are as follows: Per No. of ioo,ooo Divorces P'lation. I 23 23 6 II 3 215 6 8 32 73 Father Heagney of the Little Rock College will preach at the high mass tomorrow. The rector will continue his series of The Jesuit Collges of the Missouri Province of the Order have an at- tendance of 6,28o. The Sisters of the Holy Ghost, whose mother house as at San Antonio, Tex.. have opened two schools for colored children in Mobile, Ala. the mercantile business, here, pre- vious to going to Texarkana. The happy couple left on the 8] o'clock train for their futnre home i I Texarkana. Misses Heibach Entertain Friends. The Misses Minnie and Elizaheth Heibach delightfully entertained quite a numher of their young friends last Sunday afternoon at the home of thc;r parents, Mr. and Mrs: WrJ. Heibach, t4oo Summit avent,e Th,,se l'r,:sent were: .Misses Gertrude Vick, Agnes Mahoney, Lucy Cory, Josephine Gant, Alline Collamore, Minnie and Elizabeth Heibach, Messers. Orlander ttalii- burton, Morris Bailey, Fred Booker, Win. Young. O. B. Matingly, Dennis Clark, William Mahoney, Harry Vick and Donnie Yancey. + Miss Mary McCabe Entertains Informal|y. Miss Mary McCabe of South Arch street, entertained informally at bridge on Wednesday of last week, complimenting her guest, Mrs. Howard Priest of New Mexico and Mrs. Calkins of St. Joseph, Mo. The highest core was made by Mrs. larence Gordon. After the game, dainty refreshments were served. School Girls to Edit New Paper. "The Echo of the Times." a The Rev. Father Hays has been unanintously elected vice president of the United Kingdont alliance, a position occupied for many years by the late Cardinal Manning. Fathre Vanghan, the EngliMa Jesnit preacher, now in Anterica, utters this monthly paper, editetl l)y the pupils lithely note of warning; "With re- of Mr. St. Mary's College, Pulaski lligion gone, patriotism is gone, and Heights, will make its initial bow tOlthe only thing remaining is the rush the literary world the latter part of to get rich." this month, and promises to he qnite an interesting attd entertaining' No city in America will possess a publication. The offteers are: Pres., more magnilicent church edilice than Mary Ethel Morrison; editor, Miss the city of St. Louis, when once their Lyons; husiness manager, Lucille new athedral. now in course of con- McDermott: poet, Leita Ewing; struction is finished. ht the highest, most inaccessible and least-known mountains of the earth, the Himalayas, three Irish Sisters of St. Joseph, are winning souls for Christ, and a Capuchin, Father John, has pastoral charge. They beh)ng to the Bhagulpore mission. Mayor Gaynor has approved and Governor Dix has signed the bill passed by the New York legislature, to give to women teachers in tbe public schools of New York city the same pay as men teachers, doing the sam' work, in all the grades. confic department, Marjory Savage; cartoonist, Charlotte Johnson; local department, Ruth Gautt; treasurer, Louise Bailey. Mrs. Charles E. Stephens of South Main street was ltostess for the Keller chapter, U. D. C. on Wednes- day of last week. Mrs. Stephens was ably assisted by her charming daughters, Misses Fay and Edith Stephens. Sister Martina and Sister Jovita of St. Vincent's Infirmary attended the funeral of Sister Clarlssa at Pine Bluff, on Tuesday last. = = = -- Great Britain ....... 743 CATHEDRAL NOTES. Hungary .......... 2.3o Italy .............. 89 Japan ............. 93,949 Norway ........... I29 Sweden ............. 39o Switzerland ........ Lo53 conferences on the Blessed United States ...... 55,5o2 Eucharist, Sunday evening. From which it appears that tbe A service especially appealing to United States, with an annual t umber men is being prepared for Sunday of over 55,ooo, has more divorces night, November 26. All the men 0fltha n all the rest of the so.called the city, old and young are invited lChristian world. to be present at the Cathedral at 8] Prof. Bailey is fair enough to re- p.m.. [mark, in a brief commentary affixed it has always maintained. S. D. ROSS, M. D. Practice limited to the Eye, Far. Nose and Throat F.xl)ert exatnina- tions made for glasses. Spectacles, eye-glasses, chains attd lenses are furnished at cost, which is less than half the prtces usually charged. 3o8 State Bank Building. to this chart, that in (Catholic) Ire- land "there was but one divorce granted the five years from t899 to 19o 3." SPLENDID PROGRAM GIVEN AT SUBIACO. Beginning at 8 o'clock Monday evening, Nov. t3, the following ex- cellent progratn was well rendered in the handsome new theater at Subiaco College. Overture. comedy and farce. \\;;an Anfl)nrgll's Menagerie, Dra- matic club. Scene 1. Going to School. Scene It. In School. Song, "Old Black Joe," quartet and chorus. "Old Black Joe," . ........ Crowe, "Dehorah," . ............. Sieber. Orchestra. Scene IlI. The Parade. Scene IV. Before the Show. Band quartet. Scene V. The Show. Specialties by the elephant, giraff and lion. Scene VI. Up-to-date Barber Shop. Song, Flippen. Monologue, "Rural Breezes," Hays STATE DIRECTORY, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. State Council. OfficersChaplain. Rt Rev. John B. Mor- ris, lAttle Rock; State Deputy, Johu H. Vaughn. Fort Smith: State Secretary, F. J. Ginocchio, Little Rock; State Treasurer, Ed McEvoy, Little Rock: State Warden, B. J. Dunn Fort Smith; State Advocate. C. H. Ivcrs, Fort Smith. Little Rock. OfficersChaplain, Rev. P. Enright, V. G.; Grand Knight, T. J. McCarthy; Deputy Grand Knight, S. G. O'Rourke; Chancellor, 1tenry Lensing, Financial Secrctary; John A. Vick, Recording Secretary; R. Miles, Warden, Herman J. Lensing; ;treasurer, Ed- ward O'Brien; Lecturer, J. V. Fai; Advo- cateJ. P. Cole; Inside Guard, F. C. Prfeur; Outside Guard J. J. Rice. Meetings  First and third Wednesday nights of each mouth. HallOld convent building, corner Seventh and Louisiana streets, tirst and second Iloor. [ Texarkana. Oltlcers---Grand tfight, Thos. W. Hunter; Deputy Grand Knight, Geo. C. Maher; Chan- cellor, Geo. A. Landsdale; b.'inanclal 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. Hayes. Meetings Second and fourth Monday nights o| each month. HalIiThird floor Foreman building, cor- ner of State-Line avenue and East Third street. Pine Bluff. OltlcersChaplain, Rev. J. M. Lucy, V. G. ; Grand Knigbt, Jules T. Borresen; Deputy Grand Knigbt, T. M. Doyle; Chancellor, F. E. Deitz; Financial Secretary, John Kirch. graber; Recording seretary, J. Frank Fra- ney; Warden, Chas. J. Herman; treasurer Ben Sylvester; Lecturer, Rev. 5. P. Pierce; Advocate, N. T. 5enkins; Inside Guard, Neddo Marino; Outside Guard, John J. Dono van; Trustees A. C. Briner, T. P. King and Peter Gang. MeetinfsFirst and third Thursday nightI of each month. HalliImperial Lodge, K. of P., West Second avenue. Fort Smith. Ofl3cersChatflain. Rev. P. F, Horan. D. D.: Grand Knight, John H. Vaughn; Deputy Grand Knight, Charles E, Breslln: Chan cellor L. Keating; Financial Secretayy, Joe Stiesherg; Recording Secretary, J. M. Rielly; Warden, A. E. Boqua, Jr. Treasurer W. J. Carter ; Lecturer, Henry Kuper ; Inside Guard. Dan IIarrington; 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, lo:3o a. m. Beuediction, 7:30 P. m. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Ninth and Marshall. Father Shannahan, Pastor. Sunday scrvices 7:3o a. m, IO:O0 a, m. Benediction, 7:3o p. m. St. Mary's Church. Sixteenth and Parker Streets, Argenta. Father P.Bartodziy, Pastor, Snnday scrvices-- 8:00 a. nl, io:oo ; Ill. Benediction, 7:3o . m. Parallel har acting, Wiese. Orchestra. . Magic, Centers. "Among the Roses," waltz, Barn- house. "The intruder," sketch by Pro- fessor Freihertshauser, Daley. "Little Hans," McDermott. Orchestra. Special trains were run from Paris and Scraton with one fare for the round trip. THE REASON. St. Bartholomew's. Corner Sixtecuth and Marshall StreetS. Rev. Joseph Ilouinger, Pastor. Sunday servlces-- 7:00 a. m. 10:30 a. in. Sunday school 9:oo a. m. Sermon and Benednction, 3:3o p. m. St. Andrew,s Cathedral. Corner Seventh ind Louisiana. Rev. Thos V. Tobin, Rector. Sumlay services-- 7:3o a. m. 9 :OO a. m. 10:30 a. m. Benediction and confer- ence, 7:3o p. m. M. T. Welch TAILOR. Fifth and Main Streets. Phone 3179 Masonic Temple. Little Rock. YOUR VOTE FOR Fred. Schader FOR COUNTY TREASURER Will Be Greatly Appreciated. Subject to Action of the Democratic "\\;Vhy don't you brush your hair?" Primary. asked a man of the boy with the ' ----'-- ' frowzy hair. WANTEDGirls to learn hairdress- "Ain't got no brush." culture; short time completes; the "Why don't you use yonr father's leading profession for girls, as our brush?" graduates are in big demand, and you "He ain't got no hrush." can get good positions the year round "No brush? Why hasn't he a at top wages; to advertise the school hrush?" we will make a $25 scholarship for "Ain't got no hair," the grst ten students. Write for par- "Climb with the Clinabers."Start ticulars to Pahner School of Hair- an acconnt with us today.--dressing, 2t Main street, Little Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank. Rock, Ark. ---USE ELECTRICITY--- Have ),our home or store well lighted. Use the light that is clean, safe, cool and convenient , =.. We have experts to take care of your lighting troul)les free of charge Investigate Electricity. Little Rock Railway & Electric Co. Phone 518 .... tx 5 West Fourth St.