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GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 8, 1923: 3 L AND PERSONAL DRUGGIST, 00aint 0010bn&apos;00 Announcements for Forty ltours l)evotion I)ecember 7. 8 and 9. Friday, First Friday: At 6:00 Mas and Holy Commhmion. At 8:00"SECURING FOP ?HE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK THE High Mass, Holy Comnmnion and EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF WORTHY ECCLESI- St Phone 21"00 Burnett is visiting in Mo. ' Fmoal heater, nickel first class condition; good mlflete for $25, Phone 8441. CATHEDRAL NOTES been Secretary for the past year, and has also been very active in the work ' of Cix'le Number 2, of which she is a ;member. Her position as Secretary was filled by the election of Mrs. 'George Gihnore of Circle Number 1. Mrs. Frank Gibb, the retiring Vice- 6:30-7:30 President, was succeeded by Mrs. Wil- limn Hoffman of Circle Number 4, and Mrs. Ariste Brizzolara, Jr., who has been Treasurer for the past year, First Friday Masses. iwas rde-elected to fill that position Masses on First Fridays at the for another term. Mrs Brizzolara is [ same hours as on week clays, 6-8 a. m. a member of Circle Number 6. Sunday Masses. Low Mass at 7-9 A. M. High Mass at 11 A M. Holiday Masses Msses on Holidays at and 9 A. M. Weekday Masses. Masses daily at 6-8 A. M. Heights Circle exposition. No. 1 will Hours of Adoration: From ll::00to, 2:00 for the school chihtren. At ASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY FOR THE PRIESTHOOD OF ARKANSAS. Evening l)evotions. One new Circle Js to be formed at Devotions every Sunday evening at once under the direction of Mr.<. H. 7:45, consisting of the recitation of W. Browning, who was selected sale Saturday, Dec. 1, I it With Cards" l hand-painted ' Christmas / appreciated by the Sis-] lI. Dillon and daugh- Dillon, spent the I11., visiting rela- it With Cards" " - hand-painted Christmas aPPreciated by the Sis- ille coal heater, nickel class condition; good for $25. Phone 8441. as caretaker of q:00 adoration for all, esepcially for those who cannot come at night. Confessions from 4:00 -6:00 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. adoration for all, and benediction with the Blessed Sacra- nl.ent, hnmediate opportunity for confession. Saturday: At 6:00 exposition, and Holy Mass. At 7:30 Holy Mass and' Communion. At 9:00 High Mass. Afternoon and evening order smr as Friday. ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES COMPLETE LO the Rosary, a sermon and Benediction have charge of the new' Circle. Ay Full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse May Be Donated of th(: Most Blessed Sacrament. The next meeting of the Aid Socie:. an Incomplete Burse Will Be Gratefully Received and Re- Devotions are also held on the first ty will be held in the parlors of the corded. Friday of the month at 7:45 P. M., New Cathedral School on East Sixth I consisting of Benediction of the Most street, on Monday, January 7tlb at i Burse Is a Sum o/Money Invested and Drawing Enough Iter- Blessed Sacrament and the Act of which time the society will occupy its est Always to Provide Board, Lodging, and Training for One/Consecration to the Sacred Heart. new home for tim first time. Seminarian. ], During the month of November de- Kappa Sigma Alpha votions are held every Friday evening, I The regular meeting of the Boys at 7:45, consisting of the Way of the Club will be held in Cathedral Hall on Confession: 4:00-6:00, and immedi- ST. MARY'S PARISH BURSE, Hot Springs ...................... $5,000.00 ately after Benediction. MONSIGNOR TOBIN BURSE, Little Rock ...................... 5,000.00 Sunday At 7:00 exposition, Mass,! ANNIE JONES BURSE, Pine Bluff ............................ 5,000.00 and Holy Communion. At 8:30 Cross, followed by Benediction of the Friday, Decembei" 14th, at 8 p. m. In Most Blessed Sacrament. In Lent the the future there will be but two meet- evening devotions are hehl on Wed- ings a month of tins- socmty,- and they nesday and Friday at 7:45 p. m. On lwill be held on the' second and fourth Wednesday evening the devotions con- Fridays of each month. All members I ]-Ioly Mass At 10:80 Solemn High 1 Mass. i Adoration: 1:00"2:00, school chil- 1 INCOMPLETE ' 0 dren.  BISHOP BYRNE BURSE ...................................... $1.226.0 2:00-3.00, ladies, and young ladies . ST. JOHN'S ALUMNI BURSE .................................. 975.00 q:00-4:00, men aml young men. SACRED HEART BURSE ......................................... 154.00 4:00-5:00, Children of Mary. MARY HOLLAND-CRAIG BURSE, Pine Bluff .................. 5,000.00 sists of the recitation of the Rosary, are requested to attend this meeting. JOHN M. GRACIE BURSE, Iittle Rock 5,000.00 a sermon and Benediction of the Most I F.A.T. ........................... Blessed Sacrament, and on Friday The meeting of the Girls' Club wilt evening the Way of the Cross, follow- ed by Benediction of the Blessed Sac- I be held in Cathedral Hall on Sunday, rament. December 9th, at 3 p. m. Business of Confessions importance is to come up for action Confessions are heard on Saturday by the club, and all members are Idevotion, procession anti Benediction. ir Office, phone AAt the end: "Holy God." Bishop Byrne Burse ' is, Edward Fisher of] Church Supplies on Hand the guests of Mrs. A. St. Ed ard's church has established The Burse to be known os the Bishop Byrne, a memorial 'hen- l street, Pulaski Heights a supply store in the basement. Here or to the first Bishop of the Diocese of Little Rock, already has a I are now sojourning will be found prayerbooks, rosaries, I credit deposit of $1,225.00. This burse calls for no stated amount! ' candle sticks, and crucifixes, etc. etc. of donation, and its present sum total is the result of large and A goodly assortment for Christmas small dram, ions by those interested in perpetuating the name of Special presents. 'l Bishop Byrne in. connection with the priesthood of the diocese' two in family. Call At 7:30 p. m. solemn closing of the INCOMPLETE BURSES afternoon and evening from 4-6 and urged to attend. 7-8:30 p.m. Confessions are also Cathedral School Welfare As,eiation heard on the eve of holydays and on l The regular monthly meeting of the Special you Someone Special at Time like Ckristmas? hand'painted Cards. Or- the Sisters of Mercy, ,a_ I of Little Rock College 1 party at Parislv , Dec 7. Special Special you Special at like Christmas? cards. Or- Sisteis of Mercy, the Thursday before the First Friday i Cathedral School Welfare Association at the same hour as on Saturday. To will be held in Cathedral Hall on accomodate those who are unable to Thursday, l)eeember 13th, at 8:15 p. come on Saturdays, Confessions are m. All members are requested to at- also beard before the Low Masses on tend this meeting. Sundays. The New Cathedral School  Advent Sermons Alterations are rapidly being nmde On the four Sunday evenings of Ad- on the newly acquired ,property on atheia will y meeting on Monday, All members GOOD COUNSEL CHURCH. First Friday. Mass on Friday morning will be at 7:30. The school children will receive Holy Comnmnion in a body. Devotion to the Sacred Heart ,will take place Friday night at 7:30 with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Altar Society. The Good Counsel Altar Society will meet Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Parish Hall. All mem- bers are urged to attend, as important busine'ss will be brought up. St. Joseph's Men Society. The St. Joseph% Men Society will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock. As ft will be the last meeting of the year all members are requested to be Feast of the Immaculate Cneption. The Feast of the Immaculate Con- ception Saturday, December 8, is a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass will which he organized ad unto which he gave of his prayers, of his work ad of his life. if'he Bishop Byre Burse is a popular one, toward which even donations of one dim or more will be acceptable ad rceive due, credit on the SeminarT/ records. Bishop Byrne Burse credits to dO, el Previously acknowledged ..... $500.00 Donation ................... 500.00 Donation ................... 200.00 Club Gift .................... 10.00 Rev. Friend ....... _ ........ 5.00 J: J. M .................... 2.00 M. E.D ..................... 1.0{) Martha B ................... 1.00 J. S., Jr. .................... 50 Edw. and John ............... 50 J. R. M ..................... 1.00 vent, Rev. Fr. John L. Laux, Professor East Sixth street, which is to be the of Theology and Sacred Scripture at new home of the Cathedral School, St. John's Seminary, is to deliver a and it is hoped to have all changes special course of sermons on "The made so that the school can be ,tans- Church." Tile first which was de- ferred during the Christmas holidays. livered on Sunday evening, December Five large and tiry class-room, are 2nd. "The Miracle of the Church,, I to be provided for the accommodation proved to be highly interesting andlOf the pupils, commodious quarters instructive, and was heard by a large for the Sisters, and quarters for the congregation. ,various activities of the parish.societ- Following are the subjects for the lties are also being provided. remaining Sunday evenings of Ad-i The large tract of ground surround- vent: Sunday December 9th, "Belief ling the school will allow for a play- in the Church." Sunday December ground for the children that will be 16th, "Living with the Church." Sun-',more than sufficient, so that the en- (lay, December 23rd, "Religion and itire estate will truly be a parish cen- ,, the Church." ter for all future activities i' i Sacred Heart Burse , Cathedral Aid Society I The Sacred Heart Burse which is The annual meeting of the Cathe-lbeing raised to provide for the educa- -- dral Aid Society was held in Ca,he- I ,ion of a young man to the Priesthood Total ................... $1226.00 [dral Hall on Monday, December 3rd, , . .... was increase(i substantially last week I at 3:15 p. m., and attracted the mrg- I .... "..  . St. John's Seminary Alumni Burse t .... ,,oy me uonauon of Iffty Dollars from . est attendance of the year. wrs. d. o. I ........... I ....... a member 9i me amearal parlsn This Burse is a foundation by the priests who have been or-[Keller, PresidenL was m me cnmr an(t " " ..... , _ Last Easter Sunday when the col- ...., . ...... "oa for the Seminary was takm) up. dained from the SOminary and is open to the clergy and the 7aeople I a mrge amount o'ousmess as trans-[ lecti in general as a recognition of the resent-day success of the fa afea rmns were ouumea or m ..... l at the Cathedral, the sum of One Christmas work of me ociety ana re- i Hundred Dollars was " r t and received from ultyand the students of this important diocesan institution, ports which showed the inte es the grateful recipient of a favor, and Present, as this will be at 6:30, and High Mass at 9:30 of the year. with Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- HER NAME?" I ment'Good Counsel Xmas Bazaar NURSES' HOME On Wednesday afternoon and even- ing, December 12, there will be an Times, Fri. Dec. 14 Xmas Bazaar at Good Counsel Hall Hot clogs and sandwiches will be Vincent's Infirm- i play, which will t night, December 1 will be presented Nurses' Home and thus far promises, capacity. What's Her- served. Several articles will be on sale. The various societies take part. The proceeds will be for the furnish- ing of the New Annex. Remember, Wednesday, December 12. Good Counsel Society. The Good Counsel Society will re- of mystery in three ceive Holy Communion next'Sunday Its many hu -.I during the 7:30 Mass. A short meet- be enumerated ing will be held Wednesday night, to keep the au- December 12. state of pleas-i a' exceptionally', OBITUARY re introduced in- 1 scenes and their full I portrayed by, MRS. ELIZABETH LEWIS The plot Mrs. Elizabeth Fischer Lewis, aged Carefully develop-173 , died Saturday at the home of her Walter Ben Hare. daughter, Mrs. J. H. McCarthy, 1554 Previously acknowledge ___J_$900.00 Rev. Friend ................. 5.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1912 .............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 ............. 10.00 Alumnus, 1913 .............. lff.00 Alumnus, 1922 .............. 10.0 Alumnus, 1913 ............... 20.00 Total ................... $975.00 Sacred Heart Burse enthusiasm of the various circles of the requestwas nmde that a Burse be the society were read by the chaiTaan started in Honor of the Sacred Heart, of the Circles. "with the Hundred Dollars as a nuc- Fr. Moran, Spiritual Director of the leus. Since that time but one other Aid, gave a talk in which he outlined donation, that of four dollars, has the plans for the New Cathedral,'been added to the Burse until Sunday School, and the arrangements which 'last, when the sum of Fifty Dollars were being made to provide for the was received in the collection at the comfort and accommodation of the l  wathedrm, with the request that it be pupils, and also for the accommoda-[adde d to this Burse, and that it be tions of the various societies connect- noted that it Came from a grateful ed with the Cathedral parish at the" . ........ Center on East Sxthlrecpmnt o a xavor xrom me acrea Grateful Recipent of Favors $10000 new Parish " .', ................... -, ...... ' .......................... , zxearb o uur ,,oro. l ls nopea tna Morrilton Friend 400 street Two large ana spacious par- .., . . ................................................ " " i omers who nave been thus favored Grateful red tent of Farms naa ilors in the newly acquired building will add their mit .... P " ", ................................... ,,.,, , .... 1 es o mis lurs% so, /are to be used as the xumre meeung"that soon ...... mere win oe another corn-. Total .................................................... 154.00 place .f the' Aid Society, and it is i Planned to hold the first meeting of pleted Burse educating perpetually . young man to the Priesthood. In ad- INFORMATION AND DONATIONS the year 1924 in these quarters. ,'dition to the Sacred Heart Burse, the ' t fol Request for further information regarding any or all matters pertaining The election of officers which "I Cathedral parish is also interested in. lowed the business meeting resulted the Bishop Bynm Burse, which is be-. to the foundation of Burses and the benefits sha2ed by eontribto and like- in the following selections. President,'ing raised in honor of the first Bishol a playful Joke, and Wolfe street. She* was th& widow of of Anne, 'ttie late Charles D. Lewis. She is sur- Her identity is vived by a brother, W. C. Fischer of it is withf Memphis; a son, W. H. Lewis of Little , ' fl ore M*s J gratefully received fo the it can be gussed Rock, and the daughter with hom .......................... .. ............................................................................................. I retary, Mrs. Georg G" m . . ., ' ' completion curtain at the she lived. Eight grandehihtren sur-'bearerS.ard M. wereMiles, J'JoC" Carroll, Jr., Rich- &ork from the Motherhouse of the J. Keller, the retir!ng President, was .,of this Burse. last act, This un- rive her. She was the daughter of I A. Vick, George Order in West Chester, Philadelphia. unwilling to accep another term and . dentity will enter- ' hn Henry and Anna Fischer, Little Rock W. Gilmore, J. V. Klein and Ed Five of these Sisters are teachers of moved to make the election of Mrs.   least that part of pioneers, and was born here. She was "Wells. ' regular classes, one an instructor of Robinson unanimous. During heri NOTED AUGUSTINIAN, venture a guess.' a member of the Pioneers' Associa- I" painting, and the other two care for term of office Mrs. Keller has metl ONCE A QUAKER, DIES plRy is very lpid tion, the Kings aDughters and the Ca- PERU ARCHBISHOP tiresome any thedral Parish 1 touch of satirical Funeral services were held at 10 come, for it takes a o'clock Monday morning at St. An- minds of the au-t drew, s cathedral. Burial was in Oak- does in the midst land cemetery. Pallbearers were: S. mysterious and hu- ts a play of rood- H. AtkinSon,, George Cunningham, J: T. Hornibrook. W .J. Price, L. J. Boer d to prove, vsrYland C. Ledwidge. many fnend of I have signified I MRS. CATHERINE LAPPIN art in the show are: Mrs. Catherine Lappin, 50, a native Moore, Miss Bos- of Ireland and a resident of Little Miss Werner, I Reck only a short time, died at 6 Pelt, and Miss I o'clock last Monday night. Seven chil- are very ably assist- I "G,us Pauli, C. ) David Durst,/ promptly at 14. wise all donations should be sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Monsignor W, H. M,.o W Bi'elow Robinson Viee-Pres- of Little Rock, and a substantial sum Aretz, S. T. D., St. John's Seminary, Twenty-fifth and State Streets, Little ;ao. - m;o-, w,,,=,, q' l has already been raised for this pur Rock, Ark. l ....... ' ,pose Sums of any amount will be urer, Mrs. Ariste Brizzalora, Jr., See- . HERE TO PROMOTE EDUCATION PLAN By N. C. W. C. News Service) Wasnington, Nov. 30.Ar(abishop Emilio Lisson, of Lima, Peru, who is now on a visit o Washington, is plan- ning to make a notable e.tension of the week of English education bgun by him in Peru some years ago. Through the zealous cooperation of the home. Already this institution with remarkable success in guiding AT VILLANOVA COLLEG has 125 pupils, 75 of whom are native 'the destinies of the Aid Society, The Peruvims, A number of them are membership has been greatly increas-I (By N. C. W. C. News Service) residents of Lima, making the trip o ed, a new constitution and by-laws I Philadelphia, Nov. 26.--The Very" Miraflores each day by bus. ]'has been adopted, an innovation whieh iRev Thomas Cooke Middlbton, 0 S has increased, the interest and enthu-lA, D D one f'the best known re;m: RUSSIAN CHURCH WILL I'siasm of the members, viz., the for-lber s of the Or(ter of St Augustine in OBSERVE CHRISTMAS 1 mation of circles, has been carried out this countxy, died last week at Viii ON DECEMBLR 2 , " . and the finances of the somety have lanova College after a short illness.. (By N. C. W. C. News Service) been in a splendid condition all year. I Father Middleton was born at Chest- MoscoW, Nov. 28.The Russian In addition to caring for the needs ofl nut Hill in 1842. His parents were Cristmas thin i the Sancutarv of the Cathedral, the I Church will obsewe . s ' . " members of the Society of Friends. I society has carried on its work of With them and his five sisters, he year ou the same day wth the rest t   . t of chanty m a most effective mannm, I I the Christian w6rld. Archbishop I . ' lwas received into the Catholic Church Tikhon Ires issued a poclamationac and much of the success of its efforts a the age of twelve. He had ben sta- cepting the GregmSan cmeiiaar, fol- have Seen due to the untiring zeal and tioned at Vitlanova for the last fifty- lowing correspondence with 6fficials interest of Mrs. Keller. A rising vote  eight years of the church in Greece. The Greg6- of thanks was extended to her and to I rian calendar whs 'adopted by the civil the remaining 6ficers who retired at I The least popular emotion of today months this time. Mrs. Robinson, the repentance, It is always least pop- elected President of the Society has ular when it is most called for. dren survive her, Mary, Gretta, John Cardinal Dougherty, of Philadelphia, and Catherine, Ena, and Jim of Ire- His Grace of Lima was able to estab- land. lish in Miraflqres, a subur) of Lima, Fun6ml services were hehl at 9i30 an English High School in charge of Wednesday in St. Andrew's cathedral, eight sisters of the Immaculate Heart authorities of Russia several Burial was in Calvary cemetery. Pail- of Mary, who were assigned to the ago. 7 / A