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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920. PAGE THREE Academy .and ,%hool ROCK COLLEGE. Show Class Leaders. afternoon the class preceding four weeks each depat'tment by ReD. *refect of studies. The prevailed as each to his joy or sorrow standing. Many were by the Dean on their while othrs who have reached their standard to do so at once. It is to note the num- that are among f their classes. The mars :these arcLillis,.Murphy, Lads and Mee. list comprises those the excellent mark in each of the following Jos. Gallagher; Murphy, John Roland, Edmund Mee, Dewey jors; Latin, E. Fahy, F. Galligher; Biology, Algebra, John Powers Lillis; History, Jos- Christian Doctrine, John Fahy. , " ' Dept. -- Colmercial Lillis; Shorthand, Wil- g, Thomas Lil- Willian Cook and i School Dept.--Chris- S. Kirby, F. Selhneyer; G. Lynch, W. M. Ford; English, A. Powers. School Dept.--V. D. L. Fortune, M. Franz :Gartska, L. Hoffman, E. ; Walsh and-E. Bedoit. and Boarders. game that deserves that played last week Day Dodgers and Both of these teams all the year, but able to defeat the years these same in all forms of ath- such a friendly up that the whole to cheer the respec- hiuch interest is also Coaches, for it is upon that the fuvre Rock College de- the individual stars Hoffman, Cassi- Letzig, Overton, and Potter. the Preparatory the strong at Forest Park. w}l and showed ,.e- on thefr first ago. Each Position so well that to name the The overhead work of Lane to How- and the line plung- men won fa- for 'he winners, Riffle starred for the lrep, team--Wright, ed; Worthlin, left left guard; Thornton, guard; Wiggins, right end; B. Cunningham, J right half; Loda, full- left end; C. Mc- W. McCarty, left ,Thompson, right right tackle; Pfaff, quarterback; Gay, right half; were scored by and Rifflle. Literary Society. evening the third, called to order of the Society lecture by SPeaker of the eve- subject, "'Cardinal and, States- for most part was observations of the cardinal tay at the insti- speaker was ,at An excellent op- afforded Mr. from actions and reat Prelate, notes audience spellbound" a lecture. main character- with recent were the chief speaker. " well that a spe- of. his work was I the evening were: Joseph Burns; a by Mr. Michael instruction by After a general discussion of the merits of extemporaneous speaking, a motion was made to adjourn. Fair Solicitors Warly Received. Last Sunday evening we had the pleasure of a visit from three young ladies, the Misses Ruth Harding, Janice Brown, and Bessie McCauley, graduates of St. M'aryrs Academy, who solicited subscriptions for the Bazaar held at the Convent the fol- lowing evening. The students re- sponded generously, as they should, for there are not to be found in Ark ansas more loyal friends of Little Rock College than the Good Sisters of St. Mary's Convent. During their stay, Miss Ruth Hard- ing favored us with two very excellent selective readings, which were enthu- siastically received and highly appre- ciated by all. HOLY CROSS COLLEGE FUND. (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Boston, Nov. 19.--With two weeks remaining of the period set for gath- ering $1,000,000 for Holy Cross Col- I lege, Worcester, tlere has been sub- scribed a total of $569,000. In most cases the quotas fixed for the various cities and towns of eastern Massachu- setts have been exceeded. In thlittle town of Wakefield, where thee are but fifteen workers, there was sub- scribed $9,000--three times the quota, i In Western Massachusetts where the quota was $65,000, more than $125,000 has been obtained. FIRST VOLUME OtF SOCIAL ACTION SERIES APPE.RS THIS WEEK Latest Cable'News OIOCE00AN NORMAL INSTITUTE. Latest and Only Official Returns Re. IMPORTANT ROMAN EVENTS. ceived at Guardian Office From Treasurer of Summer Normal In- (N. C. W. C. Special Cable) I stitute Maintenance Fund. Rome, Nov. 20.--An eloquent, af- I iirmation in favor of Ireland is ex- I pected from the Italian Parlianent, I when action is iinally taken on Deputy Mauri's resolution, presented several seph Husselin, S. J., associate editor of America, and is peceded by an n- troduction by Father Ryan, explaining the scope of the book and summing up the chief points of the teaching of the Church on labor. The first section of the book is de- voted to "the two great precursors of modem Christian democracy," Fred- eric Ozanam and Bishop Van Kettler. Father Husslein described how these two men, one a layman and the pther a bishop, picked up the torch of Catho- lic social teachings which were being Lgotten under the stress of capital- and the attempts to introduce So- cialist society in the early days of the nineteenth century. Their work and the teachings are fully "described Following this come the encyclicals of Pope Leo XIII on "The Condition of Labor," and "Christian Democ- racy," three letters of Piux X and three of Pope Benedict XV. Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal Man- ning, Cardinal 0'Connell and Cardin)l Bourne are represented in the volume by letters sent to thei V people on spe- cial occasions. Pasterifl letters of the bishops of the United States, Ireland. France and Germany and the reconstruction pro- gram of the National Catholic War Council are also given in full. There are also selections from the wrltings 6f Father Ryan and Fgfher Husslein. days ago in the name of the Popular Party. No date for the discussion of the  resolution in "the Chamber has been fixed. Deputy Mauri's resolution declares: Mauri's Resolutiou "The Italian Chamber of Deputies expresses deep sympathy for Ireland in her tight for self-determin'ation and national emancipation, and wishes for the noble h'ish people future liberty, prosperity and peace." The vote of sympathy for Ireland passed y the National Council of the Popular Party, has been received with great satisfaction by all Italian Cath- olics. Chilean Embassy at Vatican. , Chile's diplomatic representation to the Vatican has been raised to the dignity of an embassy. The Holy Father-this morning received former minister Errazuriz, who has been pro- meted to the rank of ambassador, for the presentation of his credentials. Nunciature for Austria. The new nunciature to the Austrian Republic will shortly be established. Monsignor Marchetti Salvaggiani, Ro- man archbishop, formerly Internuncio Apostolic to Venezuela, will represent the Holy See. The Austrian diplo- matic representative to the VatiCan will bc Dr. Ludwig Pastor, the cele- brated historian of the Popes. Pope to Finance Pastor's History. Pope Benedict has decided to bear the exp'ense of printing Pastor's his- tory, which the autlr was prevented from publishing because of the lack (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Washington. D. C., Nov. 22.--The first volume of, an authoritative series describing the attitude of the Church toward social and economic problems to be issued by the department of I of money. The printing will be doe] social action of the National Cath61iclin the Vatican publishing plant, thus! Welfare Council makes its appearance lcontinuing the magniiicent tradition this week. .. of tne Popes aspatrons of arts and The volume, which is entitled "The science. Church and Labor," is a collection o:P I . _i letters and documents, edited by the lARCHB1SHOP MANNIX TRIUMPHS Ver4r Rev. John A. Ryn, D. D., of l the Catholic University and ReD. Jo-I London, Nov. 22.--The past week has been one of enthusiastic and ex- traordinary triumph for Archbishop Mannix, who was tendered tllree great public receptio in northern dioceses 19f England, including Harrogate, Leeds, and Bradford. The archbislop consistently denied again and again that he hates either England or the English, or that he has any desire to break up the British Empire, He does demand an acknowl- edgment of Ireland's right to choose its own form of government. Dr. Mannix referred to Cardinal Bourne's assertion 4ast week regard- ing a secret,ath-bound association in. Ireland ,and said that, if Sinn Fein were given a free field in Ireland, no more crime would be committed there than in England. At Harrogate, the reception and lunch, tendered the archbishop, was attended by archbishops and bishops of English, Irish and Australian dio- ceses. At Leeds Dr. Mannix was ac- companied by the Bishops of Down and of Portsmouth, and was presented with a gold chalice and a gold cibo- rium by the diocesan clergy. The A2chbishop addressed a great gathqr- ing of Irishmen at Bradford; and a reception was also proposed for Man- chester, but the Government has put a ban on his entrance into tha city, and no hall could be hired in the neighboring borough of Salford. A New and Unique PRAYER BOOK REJOICE IN THE LORD / HAPPINESS AND HOLINESS / By RE V. F. X. LASANCE Author of "My Prayer Book" A BOOK OF I_,FLECTIONS--A-BOOK F PRAYER / INDULGENCE]:) E'JACULATIONS Prices, $.00 to $8.75Aeeording to Binding SPLENDID, CHRISTMAS Gift 0R)ER NOWs'SENT POSTPAID ANYWHF_RE ' P B 0 0 K E R Y-309 W002D ST.-L ! T T L E ROCK o ! I i e St. Mary's Paragould ........................ $130.00 Rev. Joseph M. Hoflinger. St. Patrick's, North Little Rock ............................................................... 120.00 Rev. "A. Demurger. it. Benedict's, Subiaco ................. 164.00 ReD. Gee. Btnkert, O. S. B. Sts. Cyril and Methodius, ( Slovactown ............................................. x 70.00 ReD. Louis Glinski. Holy Rosary, Stuttgart ................. . 80.00 St. Anne's, Gillett (Mi,sion) ...... 16.00 Rev Jos. Schlatterer. St. Mary's, ttot Springs .................. 182.00 St. Jolm's, Hot Springs ..................... 90.50 Very ReD. W. J. Carroll. t St. Paul's I ocahontas ........................ 150.00 Rev. Jos. Froitzt}eim. St. Edward's Little Rock., ....... 400.00 ReD. Maurus Rohner, O. S. B. St. Agnes' Mena ................................... 80.00 Very Rev. A. Gallagher St. Mary's N. Little Rock ............ ,114.80 Rev. Peter Baodziej. St. Edward's, Texarkana ............... 134.00 ReD. O. B. Clarendon, S. T. D. St. Roman's, Jonesboro .................... 234.00 St. Anthony's Weinr ........................ 45.00 ReD. J. A. McQuaid. St. Januarinus', Center Ridge... 80.00 ReD. . . Haeringcr. Eureka Springs and Harrison 68.00 ReD. A. Metz. St. Andrew's Cathedral, LittleRock ......................................... 480.00 Rt. ReD. Monsignor Tobin, D. D. Sacred Heart, Morrilton .................. 127.00 ReD. H. J. Goebel, C. S. Sp. St. Joseph's, Conway ........................... 270.00 ReD. Peter Zell, C. S. Sp. Our Lady of the Lake, Lae Village ....................................... 75.00 Rev, J. F. Galloni.. St. Bernard's, Knobel .................... :.. 40.00 All Saints, Hoxie ...................................... 36.50 ReD. S. Pdoples. St. Catherines, Fayetteville ...... 50.00 ReD. W. J. Tynin, S. T. L. St. Joseph's Paris .......... 173.00 ReD. Athanasius Zehnder, O. S. B. St. John Baptist, Engelberg_ 70.00 ReD. J. F. Van Oudenhoven. St. John Baptist, Brinkley .... 30.00 St. Francis, Forrest City ..... 20.00 ReD. M. J. Norton. Immaculate Conception, Fort Smith .................... 480.50 St. Michael's, Van Buren ..... 38.00 Very ReD. P. F. Horan, D. D. St. Boniface, Fort Smith ..... 250.00 ReD. Basil Egloff, O. S. B. Our Lady of Good Counsel, Little Rock ............. 160.00 ReD. P. H. Boyle. St. Louis, Camden ...... .... 30.00 ReD. H.H. Heagney. Subiaco College Alumni ...... 10.00 ReD. Walter Tynin, S. T. L. Sts. Peter and Paul, Morrison Bluff ................... 104.00 ReD. Stephen Heinkele, O.S.B. St. Ignatius', Scranton ...... 45.00 St. Meinrad's, Prairie View.. 44.00 ReD. Peter Post, O.S.B. Our Lady, Queen of Peace, Bald Knob ..................... 20.00 St. Paul, Armstrong Spring.. 10.00 ReD. Gee. H. McDermott. St. Rose, Carlisle ........... 34.00 ReD. Thos. LI Keany. ....................... St. Scholastica, Shoal Creek.. 55.50 ReD. A. Baumgartner, O. S. B. Charleston and Barling ...... 112.00 ReD. Alphonse Mueller, O. S. B. Immaculate Heart of Mary, Marche ................ 131.00 ReD. Chas. E. Hertel. St. Mary's Churclb Atkins, Ark ........ .. .......... 71.00 ReD. Otto Loeb. Assumption B. V. M., Rogers. 7.00 ReD. W. J. Tynin. St. Winand's Church, McGehee 33.00 ReD. Cyril Corbato, O. 'C. D. Clarksville, Hartman, Coal Hill 90.00 ReD. Lawrence Hoyt,,O. S. B. Charleston and RatclifF_ ....... 112.00 Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Vincent ............. 128.00 ReD. A. G. Haeringer. Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Altus .................... 86.75 ReD. Placidus Oechsle, O. S. B. St. Joseph's, Tontitown ...... 100.00 ReD. B. H. Fuerst. PECIAL NOTICE. Parish returns for the Normal In- stitute hereafter will be forwarded to ReD. H. H. Wernke,,Treas., 1615 West Ninth St., Little Rock. ABBESSES  ONCE SAT IN pARLIAMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN (By N.'C. W. C. News Service) / London, Nov. 12.The Viscountess Rhondda is claiming her right to sit in the House of Lords. The idea has long been held that there is no pre- cedent for women sitting in the coun- cils of the State, and this ]ea is en- tirely due to the fact that the Eng- lish legislators forgot absolutely that the country has a Catholic history. As a matter of fact, there is very ancient precedent for women acting on the highest legislative councils of! the nation, $or four Abbesses of the Benedictine Order were summoned by Royal "Warrant in 1306 to attend the sittings of the King's Council. But the claim oes farther back than this. In the year 670 Saint Hilda, Abbcs of Whitby, was summoned to Parlia- ment,"on account of her wonderful wisdom in counsel, to take her place with the lawgivers of the nation. At the same time, the Domesday Book, that ancient survey of all Eng- land made by orders of William the Conqueror in the eleventh century, has just emerged from its resting place in the Public Records Office for examina- tion in the House of Lords, wher, a Catholic peeress in her own right, the Countess of L0udoun, is maintaining her right to the Baronies of. Botreaux and Hastings. These titles were held by the late Earl of Loudoun, but the new Coun- tess, being a woman, has yet to prove her right to these Baronies, and she has addresssd a petition to the King praying'him to determine the sucees- sion in her favor. The Barony of Hastings, which the Countess claims, was founded in 1295, while that of Botreaux was founded in 1368. St. Vincent's Infirmary , LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth LARGEST HOSPITAL IN THE STATE Offers exceptional opportunities for experience and training in all classes of nursing to young women desiring to vocationalize in this enabling and remunerative profession. The Sisters of the Infirmary and the able medical and surgical staff connected with them, provide a Three Years' course of theoretical, practical and modern training, fitting the graduate for successful future effort in all classes of nursing, both medical and surgical, and all rases pertaining to general hospita work. " ' , The Infirmary is acknowledged to be one of the best eqpped institutions in the South. It has a capacity of 250 beds, 100 li'vate rooms and about 5,000 patients are treated annually. The class is nw being formed for the Fall Term. Applicants must have one year of High School or the educational equivalent, and recommendation from reputable parties. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS ADDRESS SISTER SUPERIOR ST. VINCENT'S INFIRMARY Tenth and High Streets Little Rock, Ark. \\; I ! CATHOLIC 00SUPPLIES THE B O OK00ERY \\; '  309 V]EST SECOND STREET Opposite PostofficeLittle Rock / I LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE PULASKI HEIGHTS, LITTLE. ROCK, ARKANSAS. - ,  About seven miles from the heart of the city. Its situation is a very happy one, for the undoubted advantages of a city like Little Rock are, combined with those that accrue from restrictions consequent on an out-of-town situa- tion. The extensive grounds of forty acres re located in a rcmarkably pic- turesque spot between Forest Park and the Country Club. ' Easil accessible from Little Rock by the Pulaski Heights street car line. 00enlor U00iit--00 R. 0, T. C., CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, ENGINEERING AND COMMERCIAL" COURSES. PREPARATORY, HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE DEPART- , MENTS. Highest Standard of Studies. Thorough Discipline. Gymnasium, .... Physical Culture, Athletic Field. / " ACCREDITED TO  : U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY,--WEST POINT # AND ALL STATE UNIVERSITIES COLLEGE OPENS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920. - For 'erms Call or Write REV. H. A, EEAGNEY, A M., I. D., President "Little Rock College, Little Rock, Ark. [ Telephone: Woodlawn 530. t