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Page Eight THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 5, 1927 1 I U. S. AND CANADA CALLESSEEKS TO HOSPITALS NEED OUTLAW ALL PRIESTS 8,100 MORE BEDS NOT REGISTERED Survey Shows Catholic Institutions in Both Countries Can't Meet Demands. Milwaukee, Jan. 31. The need of 8,100 additional beds by 114 of the Catholic hospitals of the United States' and Canada, at a cost of at least $40,000,000, is among the in- . teresting facts revealed by a scien- (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) Mexico City, Jan. 30. It is re- ported here that the Calles govern- ment has ordered all Catholic priests in ten states of the Republic those states where disturbances have taken place to report to the Secretary of the Interior in Mexico City before February 10, under penalty of being doeclared outlaws. Tremendous excitement has been "Invite Us to Your Next Blowout" Schaer-Norvell Tire Co GENERAL AND SEIBERLING TIRES Phones 4-0803, ~,0804 Third and Centel Streets tific survey of these institutions con- caused here by this move. It is free- ducted under the auspices of the ly said that many of the priests willI be physically unable to comply withI OUR PLAN: PAY AS YOU CAN Catholic Hospital Association. The the order because they lack money forl THOS. LONERGAN Rev. C. B. Moulinier, president of railway fare. FURNITURE CO. the Association gave out the results At the same time, a strong rumor of the survey here today. In various of the communities with Catholic hospitals, it was found from ~0 per cent to 50 per cent of all irths were in hospitals. The report shows that more and more people now go to hospitals when ill and that a majority of patients now pay for their hospital care. The latter fact is taken to reflect the improved eco- nomic conditions throughout North America. The survey shows that the great- est demand is for private and semi- private accommodations where the patients may be under the care of cheir family physicians. The demand for accommodations by .people of moderate circumstances is especially heavy and the Catholic hospitals are aiming to increase their facilities for the average citizen. Experts Make Survey. The report is based upon a survey made for the Catholic Hospital Asso- ciation by two authorities on hospital- ization--Cornelius M. Smith and Charles F. Neergaard, both of New York, and members of the extra-mu- ral faculty of the College of Hospital Administration of Marquette Univer- sity. The total present capacity of the eral weeks. Recently a government- 114 Catholic hospitals requiring en- manufactured report was turned out, largement is 12,000 beds. The sur- vey shows that the heads of these hos- is current in Guadalajara, great Cath- olic city of the state of Jalisco, that authorities have tacitly let priests of that sate know hat hey had best leave Mexico if they are not ready to face death or imprisonment. This may be only another way of stating the Mexico City order, or it may be evidence of the manner in which state authorities are interpreting the order. It it is the latter, it would appear that Mexico is on the verge of a wholesale imprisonment Of the Cath- olic clergy. It is understood that the priests, after being concentrated in the C~p- ital, will be compelled to report daily to the office, of the Secretary of the Interior. Attempting'to justify such an un- precedented action, government ofi- cials repeat their old charge that the recent upriMngs and disturbances have been fostered and encouraged by the priests. The Catholic reply is that it is merely another step in the fierce general persecution to which Calles has been subjecting the Church for months. Meanwhile, the arrest of Arch- bishop Orozco of Guadalajara has been ordered. Archbishop Orozco has been in hiding in Jalisco for sev- through official sources, that he was leading a revolt. It was immediately denied with indignation, and even the government was compelled to admit that it~ had no definite information on which to base its report. Nevertheless, the archbishop is rec- ognized as one of the strongest mem- bers of the Catholic clergy, and it apparently has now been decided to seize him summarily, even if charges banner be trumped up against him. 618 Main Street Little Rock, Arkansas Cook Furniture Co. West Entrance to Arcade Bldg. Telephone 4-2056 CASH OR CREDIT 613 Center St. Little Rock, Ark. Southland Coffee & Creamery Co. A. M. Wiegand, Mgr. 'COFFEE ROASTED DALLY" Phone 6644 111 West Capitol Avenue Peanut Butter Made While You Wait TYPEWRITERS L. C. SMITH and Coronas, new re- builts of all make; also repairs and rebuilding. Carbon Paper a Specialty. FINES PHILLIPS Typewriters" and Supplies 102 Louisiana St. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Allen T. Brillhart GROCERIES AND B/fEATS -Little Rock, Ark. This Guide can be utilized With be assur- ance that the merchants herein represented are thoroughly dependable and The Guard- ian asks its readers to patronize them. Mail and express orders especially solicited ~RC-, I(~CT Exclusive Millinery Moderate Prices Lensing Millinery THE HAT SHOP Phone 4-2658 NEWEST FALL MILLINERY $5.00 and Up Ground Floor New Donaghey Bldg. t 703 Main Street WELDING AND SPRINGS Why buy a whole spring when we can furnish you with any leaf or rebuild any spring? All spring leaves fur- nace treated and oil tempered. New springs for all makes of cars. We specialize in welding and springs. B. D. Brickhouse & Son Phone 4-0528 312 Louisiana St. Little Rock, Ark. Wright Motor Co. Ltttle Rock, 400 Center Phone 6564---6565 North Little Rock, 200 E. Third Phone 4-1488, Drs Green & Green While down in town go to-- PALACE CAFE Have You Tried the Rest? NOW TRY THE BESTI Fifth and Center 222 W. Capitol Ave. Phone 4-7086 Koehler's Bakery BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Bread, Cake and Pies Baked Daily 711 Main Street Phone 4-2282 NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 7 REPAIRING RECORING REBUILDING Phone 4-4224 JAMES T. WEAVER "AUTO RADIATOR MAN" 315 Center Street Years of Experience and Expert Workmen We Want Your Work. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Radio Sets Installed, Adjusted, Re- paired. Aerials Erected. WILLIAM J. TOLAND 816 Garland, Ave., Little Rock, Ark. EXPERT RADIO-TRICIAN Phone 4-7939 Expert service at a reasonable price. Mountain Valley Water Company and ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING CO. Place Your Order Today. 118 W. Eighth Phone 9428 Little Rock, Ark. ACKER & RYAN Hart Schaffner and Marx CLOTHES 220 Main St. North Little Rock Sanitary Grocery pitals estimate the need for a 53 per cent increase in facilities for patients. CHIROPRACTOR Over 11 years continuous practice. Phones: 4-4560 and 9513 205-6-7 Bankers Trust Bldg. ~eond and Main Sis. ~,~ Little l~,~ck Measel Drug Co. Twenty-nine hospitals reported that in a singl~ month they had been forc- ed to turn away 1,033 patients. Oth- ers had to place cots in hallways to accommodate all applying. Nearly all the Catholic hospitals have been built and supported by funds provided by the orders of Sis- Ninth and Rector We appreciate your patronage. SIEPIELA & KACZKA, Props. 204 Main, North Little Rock It has been and is our aim to have PALAIS WOMEN'S M 608 Main Little Rock, THE SHOE 107-109 West Boyle Ralph SHOES FOR ALL FOR ANYTHING You Get the BeJ! Arkansas 4 Power Fourth and Schm~ Wholesalers BAKERS' SODA Union SELLS YOU Old established Business increasing means Quality Phone NORTH LOAN TATE'S Phone 119 Main St. 0tie Shackelford ters who devote their lives to the Col. Jose Delgado, chief of the Secr~ Quality First Quick Delivery Service our goods represent greater value for the amount of money expended than care of the suffering. Only in rare Service, has set out for Jalisco with Phones 4-1926--4-1927 can be supplied by any other store. instances have these Sisters sought ten o his best operatives to find Phone 4-2414 625 East Second / the financial aid of the general pub- him. / Call Ellison Drug Store for anything Gene Burks' Drug Store lie for their hospitals. Mr. Smith, Disturbances throughout the Re- in the drug line---School Books, Sup- plies Out of town orders promptly who is a specialist in hospital finance, public continue, as is evidenced by ~ ~i~led'-" " " Prompt and Efficient Service . raises the question whether the gen- the government reports themselves, CALL-- ~ Second and Maxn eral public in each locality served which tell of fighting in many quar- ...! , O,eam E'lhson s Drug Store LI[Ue I OCK O[ by a hospital conducted by Sisters ters. While printing of anything but _ . R.C. CLARK, Prop. Call 4-2545 North Little RockAmerican shoul~ not contribute to the cost of government accounts of these on- Laundry 323 East Washington ~ Dyers necessary enlargement. He comments counters is strictly forbidden by'the FOR GOOD WORK Phone 4-3248 North Little Rock on ...... t.apitol Avenue andt The charactenshc American will- censorship, it can be gathered from Family Finish and Rough Dry . Phones 7175 7176 THE DRINK FOR YOUR FAMILY ingness to support enterprises that the official reports that the revolu, Th e'n t r' reets . HIMSTEDT & SON Phones 4.818' have proven their worth," .and points tionaries have captured several towns, PLUMBING AND HEATING It is so pure and wholesome that your ~o the many millions of dollars sub- although the reports invariably say THE HUB [children can drink: it without any Fine Garments are e~ scribed annually for general hospitals that Federal troops recaptured them.NED POE 208 Louisiana Street [ danger of ill effects. Keep it in your only adulterated sill~ ~ce box throughout the country. The Home of Phone 8342 . . woolens cause the cle~ .Cmmunlties Owe. Support.,, RARE INDIAN VESSEL KUPPENHEIMER / " Morlarty "The policy of placing the,financial GIVEN TO JESUITS Good Clothes WHITMAN CANDIES I Nu'Grape Botthng Co Chas S Stifft Co . C K HEGARTY [ responsibility where it belongs, Mr. Phone 7642 , Smith'S report says, has made it pos- (By N. C. W. C. News Service.) HE MAKES C~ sible for hundreds of general hos-Santa Clara, Jan. 29.---A rare and ' and 501 Main Street ] " ~ pitals to grow, and along with their valuable specimen of pre-historic art, 708 MaI~-. growth, to develop community inter- in the form of an "ella" or jug, wasOPTICIANS Little Rock, Arkansas ~ LITTLE ROCI~ JEWELERS I napman Flumblng & phone 4-1 est and coninuing support Since today presented to the Rev. Cornelius 310-312 Main Street A P WASEM Phone 6496~ ~],~!-~.~ 1['~ the Catholic hospitals give exactly the J. McCoy, S. J., president of the Uni- " " ~,-'--~,,- ...... kind of service as these other volun- versity of Santa Clara, for the uni- T r Paint .... Up-to-Date Hatters /[Plnmhlug,wirlngGaSandFitting,Repairs~Electric Morr, so tary hospitals, he asks whether it is versity museum, by David Marks, a a a.~ A A~a~., ~- manufacturers and l~enovators ] Radios and Accessories "There Is Oalyt not equally logical that their corn- Santa Clara student. ~ SHUt)Iv Co We Call for and Deliver [ Phone 4-3437 303 Main Street __DUPONT I~ munities should be as consciously re- The archaeological treasure, in ---~:-."-.," ~ -- Ladies' Hats Our Spe~alty J ' North Little Rock, Ark. Storage for If sponsible for. their support and en- perfect condition, belongs to the most Lows Bros.~mzr~u~:Spaints a d Varnishes 114 W. Markham Little Rock, Ark./'~~~ ~T &)[ .... II?__--!_.---- 113 MapI; largement, ancient type of Indian pottery known. Barreled Sunlight ........ ' / ~ l~lll~t~iXll$ rt~t;Jttlllg Sor Little Mr. Neergaard's report urges a well It is composed of a mixture of clay122 W. Fourth. Phone 5S80 Little Rock Hardware [ Company ] defined plan be adopted before build- and silver worked into a durable uten- BARNEY ing is undertaken and recommends sil by a method unknown today. SUPERIOR PHOTOGRAPHS Company / .. | l, ew ann used x'arts Dry Gee the establishment of a~central bureau The priceless jug was found in the .... --r~r,r~o o,T,w ~r~wr'~ . - . | Willard Batteries U.S. Tires 515 and 517 ~,~ under the Catholic Hospital Associa- ancient cliff dwellings of Casa ~l"lt~.Al.)JP.,l~ ~2~ /:~IUI~IU . 303 Ma,n ~tree~ t Distributors for Longford Springs High-Grade Hardware, China, ~1 Night and Day Storage We now have the ~ tion's direction to which all'member Grande in "Arizona by an old pros- Phone 4-1193 Gla~ware and Gift Goods .... Phone 4-0947 107 S. Main St. complete stock o~ e~e~ hospitals may refer for accurate and pector, whom Marks' mother had be- 120 Main Street Little Rock, Ark. _ North Little Rock haveWmeneverandhad.Child~]w~vo economical solution of individual friended in former years, and who Monroe Lee & Son [ problems, presented it to her son as a token of DE ]gratitude. , Arnold Barber Supply Barber Shop I LUKAS BROS. Ors. BremYer C 208 West Second Street CISION OF N. Y. APPELLATE [ ~ ompany SSING ] FRENCH DRY CLEANERS ..... CLEANING AND PRE ~l CHIROPRA COURT IN WHITE PLAINS CASE ENGLISHMAN'S CURE We Grina l~azors, ~nears ann "" ....... " ~" " .... d ' l PHone 4 4341 \ Phone.,9 HELD IMPORTANT PRE~CEDENT] AT LOURDES CALLED Cli nets worg t..alleU for ann t~eslvere , " 513 C.e~Per Street _ Phone 4-4807 -! 124 Main St North Little Rock 438-39 Hal'_, -----'- I BY DOCTORS MIRACLE Phone 4-1695 Little Rock, Ark. [ " " Capitol Av~ (By N. C W. C. News Service) New York, Jan. 26.--Signal ira- (By N. C. W. C. News Service) ,-~s~ ~ffir,, I-, I-I ee FILMs DEVELOPED and PRINTED1 lne wnlte r.,agle ,& p0rtance and interest have attached I London, Jan. 24.--Th'e L0urdes THE HOME OF GOOD EATS Mail Orders Receive Careful Mak avYOUr :lot :s GRAVES to the reasons given by judges of the [Medical Bureau had just certified as we ......... serve zne ve~. Our. .... kitctlen is [I Attention.... I that y ' sut thatg youYthink is ready Pfor Appelate Division of the New Yorklmiraculous the cure of John Trayne~, o en ~or inspection az an z~mes ........... P .......... ,, i-. " [ w ~ ~s *~ '1 [ erie rag eng. .q. rew UOllars WILl save THEe ~IAIHAI~I~, rrop Supreme Court for upholding the' so-[a Liverpool man who until he went .... ......... [ JungKlnd l"lloto UDply/yon investing fifty. We can take 523 Ms: called White Plains plan of pr0vid-lt0 L0urdes in 1923 was unable for lUeNorthr~ortnLittlewasningtOnRock,Ark.P'venue" [ Company - [/care of it satisfactorily. -- THE FRIENDLY ing facilities whereby children inifive years to walk or nse his arm LOUIS SCHNEIDER [ Leonard Tailoring Co. with Ca.h elementary grades of the public'He was also subject to fits and had schools of that place may be given been through 16 operations. I I14 West Fourth Street. Phone 8312I Phone 4 3103 religious instruction. At Lourdes, having made the Sour- Candles [ LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ] . O.L. R, The opinion was written by Asso- ney against the wishes of the pil- 413 Louisiana Little Rock, Ark. ciate Justice Rowland L Davis, and grimage officials, who thought he 120 West Fourth Presiding Justice V. S. Cochrane and Associate Justice Charles C. Van Kirk, Harold J. Hinman, and George McCann concurred. The case came before the court in the form of an appeal by Joseph Lewis, represent- ing the Free Thinkers Society. would die on the way, he was sudden- ly cured. He acted as a stretcher- bearer on the way back and returned next year in thanksgiving and acted as a brancardier. He is now healthy and drives a five-ton motor wagon for a living. GUS BI~ASS COMPANY Lawler Furniture Co. 2620 We~t Twelfth ANTIQUE FURNITURB A. Metrailer, Sr. George Hart, Jr. Established Is991_IARTI[ W. M. Hudson Chester A. Kirk METRAILER & Hudson-Kirk Successors to A. Metrailer & Co.Real Estate Co. Order and Repaired Sh6es Made to Real Estate, Insurance and Rentals Phone4-07|6 126 Main Street 110 East Fourth St. Little Rock, Pohne 4-4066 N -Little Rock, Ark. TRUNK & BA6 321 Main Telephone LITTLE C 116