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I :3 THE SOUTHERN GUARDIAN o ft. I Political Announcements FOR COUNTY TREASURER. The Southern Guardian is author- ized to annomlce Hen. Fred Scbader of Pulaski county a candidate for couflty treasurer, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic primary. Two negro nlen came up to the outskirts of a crowd where Senator Bailey was making a campaign speech. After listening to the speech ;I for about ten minutes, one of them turned to his companion and asked: "Who am dat man, Sambo?" "Ah don't know what his name am," \\;amber eplied, "hut he certain- ly do recommen' hisself rues' highly." 4z Jones: Where have you been, Brown? Brown: To the cemetery. Jones: Any one dead? Brown: Every one of them. INCASDESCENT ST. CLAIR A superior heater, built on honor; one that will prove a fuel saver. Note the handsome design; it is elaborately trimmed with bright silver nickel, arranged with extra linings on the inside, that after placed into position, will leave a number of slots around the inside of fire pot, to admit super-heated air, after passing in at screw damper and around the entire fire pot down through the slots, there- by giving a perfect combustion. Linings are very heavy and dura- ble and can be replaced at any time--in fact it has every known modern device, burns slack and all grades of soft coal without smoke o, 00oo, ................... $29.50 PRICE Thos. Lonergan Furn. Company 618 MAIN ST. :/11111111 IIIllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 - Family Washing 5c a Pound i Advertise in The Southern Guardian 4P ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. 41, 41, Mona, Arkansas. 41' Boarding and Day School for O, 41, Girls and Small Boys. 41, 41, Terms Very Moderate. 41, 41, Address 41, 4> SISTERS OF MERCY. A. F. SCHNEIDER Ladies' and Men's Tailor Alterations and Remodeling A SPECIALTY Cleaning and Pressing Phone 6181 sox x-a Main St. Moving and Storage EXPERIENCED PACKERS COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE & STORAGE COMPANY John A, Johnson, Manager OUR NEW HOME Eastman Kodaks lAND SUPPLIES Also a full line of All Kinds of Artist Material. Pierced Brass and Metalaplika Designs Stenciling Outfits Pyrography Outfits Calendar Pads Kodak Albums Windsor & Newton Water Colors Kodak Developing, xoc per roll. 8x Main Street. Write for Catalogs. JUNGKIND PHOTO SUPPLY CO. LITTLE ROCK ARK. I THE "REGENT." A GOOD ANSWER. (Contrilmted.) l'rince Conde, in Paris, l:rance while taking his afternoon walk entered the church of St. Sulprice. t It was very much edified to see a yonng seminarim kneeling beside him. his eyes mod2stly cast down and praying with great devotion. "This seminarian" he thought hy himself, "nmst he a learned young man for knowledge and piety are often found growing on the tree." The l'rinee's curiosity was aroused Men Abbe "the Prince asked" what do yon learn at the seminary? The seminarian nlade no auswer. The Prince thought, that he had not been understood and asked again. ' What tie yon learn at the seminary?" Again no answer. THEY WERE BOTH SATISFIED. The drug clerk wrapped the bottle of cough medicine carefully in a neat white paper scented with tooth powder, and tied the package up with a pink string. "Seventy-tire cents," he said, set- ting it on the counter. The ohl .man laid down a nickel, slipped the bottle into his pocket and opened the door. "That's s2venty-five cents," said the clerk, raising his wiee. "Well, I've paid ye," grunted the old man. "There's your five!" "Seventy-five," shouted the clerk, seeing the old party about to es- cape. I gPRETTY POST CARDS VAIl Kindw--Blg Assortment 15C Sixteen cards, [5c; thri- ty-five for 25c, postpaid.W.H. DUT- "Men Ahhe" the Prince insisted a TON, 7on West Markham, Little third time. "What do they teach at Rock, Arkansas. the seminary?" The cleric lifted lfis head and answ2r2d modestly. "We are taught to keep silence in Fall Overcoats "Many thanks Men Abbe," said the count. "I will take this lesson to ERTAINLY you ought to have heart and practise it." tie bowed his a new Overcoat this Fall. Per- head and began to pray with devo- hapn ypur old coat doesn't look very tion. If all tbose who talk in the badly; perhaps it is not shiny or all house of God wotfld get an alike answer, the acts of irreveranee in frayed at the edges, but for your own church would be fewer in nuntber. peace of mind's sake you know that .._ you ought to have a new fancyl GRAY TIIORATOR, Overcoat this Fall. Now is the time[ to get it, while our assortment of models remains practically un- broken. Pfeifers Clothes for 35 years have been the choice of discerning, well-groomed young men who demand style excellence. Their charm lies in the fact that "Pfeifer Clothes" prove their superiority in the practical test of daily wear. If you have not yet proven them, put them to the test now. "lllr KNOWN FOR BETER CLOTHES" ATTORNEY GENERAL AFTER MISIONARY FRAUDS. Attorney General Dawson of Kan- sas has liled proceedings asking the Supreme Court to forfeit the charters of two women's home missionary societies of the Methodist Episcopal clmrch. The charge is that these societies have wrongfully and unlaw- fully converted to their own use purpose of securing this ftmd. CATHOLIC COLONIZATION. On last Suuday afternoon at 3 o'clock Little Rock lodge No. 29, B. P. (). Elks laid the corner stone to their lleV., $I00,000 ]101112, corner Fourth and Scott streets. Hou. Jas. A. Gray, past exalted ruler, who is also past (}rand Knight of Little Rock Couucil, No. 812, Knights of Columhns, was the orator of the day. tlis speech was a g2|u and was received with great aIl- plause. FATHER MURPHY IS KILLED BY AN AUTO. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 7.--Word has been received in this city that Fa- ther Wililam Murphy was killed in an auto accident at Seward in this state. Father Murphy had sermus difficulties with the late Bishop Bonacunt but bad become reconciled with the church since Bishop Scan- nell became the head of the Omaha diocese. STRONG PLAY FOR NEW SUBIACO THEATER "More Sinned Against Than Sin- ning," will be the bill at Subiaco theater on Monday evening, Novent- ber 2. The curtain will go up at 8 half a trust fund of $20,000, and that o'clock sharp. they were organized for the sole This play was written by one of the most popular of American dra- matists. One of the best plays ever written. Splendid characters. Pow- erful climaxes. Bright wit. Merry hunaor. Its sentiment and pathos are of the sterling, honest kind which One of the largest coloflization en- terprizes of recent years is to be launched in Northwestern Canada. Four million acres of land have been purchased by Mr. W. C. J. Manning of Chicago, representing the Catho- lic Colonization Company, who pre- dicts that within a year between thirty and forty thousand Catholics from the central states will occupy the lands. THE BIG FOUR. Among those who were honored with seats in the Canadian cabinet, which recently issumed the reins of power at Ottawa, are four Catholics, worthy representatives of their co- religionists throughout Canada. They are the Honorable C. J. Doherty, minister of justice; the Honorable L We Will Welcome the Raders Of p. Pelletier, postmaster general; the THE GUARDIAN in Our New Honorahle F. D. Monk, minister of Offices, N. W. Corner Second and La. Sts., on and after November 6th, 1911 Banking--4 Per Cent on Saving Accounts. Mortgage Loans on Little Rock Real Estate. Rentals and Property Management. Fire InsuranceStrong Companies. Citizens' Inve00ment and Security Company 200 West Second Street Little Rock, Arkansas pul)lic works and tim Honorable W. l'. Nant21. minister of inland revenue. GIVEN FAREWELL IANQUET. Distinguished nlcn of the'capital, inc!uding Chief Jnstice \\;,Vhite and Associate Justice McKcnna of tbe Supr2ne Court of the United States, Mr. Knox. secretary of state, and the commissioners of the District of Columbia, attended a farewell recep- tion and banquet Sunday evening at Georgetown universil y to Mons. Falconio, the Papal delegate, who has been appointed Cardinal by Pope Plus X ,.1111111111111 IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU St. Anne's Academy - _-= Fort Smith, Ark. - Day and Boarding School = Conducted by Sisters of Mercy = |lllllllllllllll iiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllllllll. Dr. R. J. Meaddough DENTIST 7ox I-2 MAIN STREET Odl Phone 2a84. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. FOR BEST E U P I O N RESULTS USE THE FAMILY SAFETY OIL Pennant Gasoline and Pol arine for Automobile Waters-Pierce Oil Company MECHANICS LUMBER coMPANY I BERT C. SIMON, Manager :-| OLD PHONE A-S0 I LUMBEr,  W.  aad GLASS I "I give ye five," yelled back the old man, as lie made a dash for the once-an-hour Bingville electric attd hoarded it. "Oh, well," sighed the clerk, as he opened the cash drawer and flipped' the five-eeut-piece into it, "we stand to make two cents anyhow!" Marks--Would you have the courage to go up in an airship? ParksIf some one would repeal the law of gravitation. i, i. L. S. Stahl TIN, SHEET IRON ANO COR- NICE WO RIR Hot Air Furnaces. Metal and Slate Roofing. All Work Guaranteed. xx3-:x5 East Third Street. Phone 238o ..... Little Rock, Ark. Tom C. Adair Neill Hunter Ada!r w,&,t,,,Hr,Unte r Furniture, Carpets, Matting Rugs, Linoleum STOVES and R!NBES I II III Phone 4923 Wholesale and Retail Little Rock, Ark. Save Today Thin00 of Tomorrow We Pay per cent on Savings aPl)eals to every man and wonlan with a human heart. This will be Southern Trust Co the last play given till Mardi Gras in February. Remember tbe date, I Southern Trust Building Monday, Nov. 27, at 8 p.m. I The Most Satisfactory Linens Come From Blass' Invariably. They Sell Only the Very Best Just at Present the lhanksgMng Sale Furnishes the Mditional Inducement o! Greatl ! Lowered Prices. Take Advantage of It Table Damasks 75c Guaranteed All-Linen, Ftfll bleached Damask, full 7'2 inches, all good designs. Thanks- giving Sale. yard .......... 55C St 72-inch wide Pnre Irish Linen l)amask, ftfll bleach2d, best value ever offered; very showy patterns. Thanksgiving Sale, 79C yard ..................... $.25 Snow White Pure Linen Irish I)amask, 72 inches wide, in coin spot, scroll, t)oppy, stripe and other good d2signs; never sold less than $L25. Thanks- 97c giving Sale, yard ........ Pattern Table Cloths FOR ROUND AND SQUARI TABLES. Two yards square and round pat- tern Table Cloth, all pure linen, sold r2gularly at $3.5o. Thanks- giving Sale, each .................. $2,50 Pattern Table Cloths, two yards wide, three yards hmg, satin finished, l)ure lin2n damask; sold regnlarly at St). Thanks 7g gi,,irlg Sale. each ....... }O||O Extra size l)attcrn "Table Ch)th, size 2V yds. square2, in round or Napkins to match at st)ecial l)rices square d2signs; regular $4 95 Our entire line of $1.75 and $2.0o $(,.5o valnes, eaett ..... " yard Satin [Vinished Tal)le A sp2cial lot of extra line pattern l)amasks, 72 inches wide; in all Table Clotlts. size 2r/5 yards wide the new designs: positively the by 3, 3 and 4 yards long; slight best value ever offer2d in fiine imperfection on the2 borders of Dantask. Thanksgiving i q these Cloths: real ,'alue $]5 to Sate. yard ............. q#" ''" $20 ;,s lo,g ;t tilt'3' 1 7[ Napldns to ntatch at sp2cial prices last. 2ach ............. IIU Fancy Linens All-l,inen Stamped Gu2st Towels. Dan]ask and ]luck, Special this sale .............. 25c, 35c Pillow Cases Stamped Huck Towels, made of the very best grade of huck. t!/ yards h)ng, at less thau price of malcrial, ! ea2h . ............ 60c 75c lland l"ml3roidel"ed hemstitclted and scalloped Towels, all new. designs, each 60c Genuine l)cpl)erell Mills l[emmed Pilh,w Cases, size ,12x3o; regnlar price 18t/je. "l'his 14' sale, each .............. C Gennine \\;Vhitehorn" Mills l'i]low Cases. [)esi cottou ( "ast- lnanu- fa2tnred; sze 42x30; regular price 2.5C. ']'hi sale ,7 each .................. J l ZC