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THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. PAGE THIRTEEN DAWSON i HST 1401 and M 1402 Little Rock, Ark. :: SERVICE & MOORE CLEANERS DYERS 1104 Main :.Little Rock Good WATER ARTIFICIAL "COMPANY lrers of Artificial Limbs Braces Guaranteed Rock, Ark. Main Street M 2202 !4803 Expert Work The MAGNETO and PLANT Proprietor Fourth St. Rock, Ark. & CO. !and 25c Store Main St. Rock, Ark. STAMP [Y St., Little Rock manufacturers of Stamps, Seals. Can kind of badge or Wish. claim to be perfect, the lest. TAILOR ARKANSAS Dependability Qrvice Prices Tailor 4th St. 3179 Arkansas School Book Depository 612-14 East Markham St. Wholesale Only School Books, School Supplies Stationery The Arkansas- School Series of Tablets in twenty numbers--a number for every school require- mnt. Plmne M 8297 612-14 E. Markham Arnold Barber Supply Co. 513 Center St., Little Rock, Ark. Dealer in Barber Supplies of All Kind and Fine Cutlery. GRINDING C. E. NOLTING Automobile Radiator Specialist Headlights, Fenders, Etc. Telephone 3382 418 Center St. Little Rock, Ark. LEWIS & WALTHER 510-518 East Second Street Motor Truck Bodies Built to Order Automobile Truck and Wagon Repairing Agents Firestone Solid Truck Tires 4 Little Rock, Ark. JUKES for JUICE When Your Battery --Need Attention-- --Drive in-- JUKES FOR JUICE Southern Battery Co. Fourth and Center Sts. ROMAN SHOE SHOP A. DeAngelis, formerly at 1206 Main, is now at 1507 Main St. After 2 years in the war, has opened his new shop with the best machinery iu the narket, and is now better pre- pared to do first class work. Give file a trial. All work guaranteed. 122 West Markham Street PEARSON & LETZIG SIGNS Manufacturer Of All Kinds 29 Years in Business J. M. COHEN JEWELRY CO. Watches Diamonds Jewelry 108 West Markham Street Little Rock, Ark. FREIDERICA PHARMACY DRUGS, CIGARS, SODA SCHOOL SUPPLIES Fifth and Gaines Streets Phone M. 4128 Little Rock, Ark. St. Vincent's ]n/00rmary (Continued from Page 12.) State find refuge in St. Vineent's dur-] 7136 Patients Last Year. ing their illness, the poor are bv no I As the population of our city in- means forgotten. The extent of car-lcreases, the demands on St. Vincent's ity work being done is only limited]becomes heavier, and (luring the fiscal by the space and financial ability oflYear , from April, 1918, to April, 1919. the institution. One of the most com-[there were 4,684 private patients; 487 mendable features of the charity Rock Island employees, 1,719 in the work is that a wealthy patient re- Iron Mountain section and 246 from ceives no more attention from the the Picric acid plant, making a total nurses antl internes than a poor pa- of 7,136 patients cared for. tient who is being cared for with no Further Increase Demanded expectation of pay. The modern hospital is today the ' Charity Sweet and Silent. place of first resort for the sick and There is no charity ward. There is:it is indeed sad and barbarous when only one place in St. Vincent's where medical or surgical aid must be re- the Charity patient is known, and that fused for no other reason than lack is in the business office, Sister Bathil-of room. des being the only one in the posses-: Little Rock has grown so rapidly sion of the fact. that St. Vincent's Infirmary has been Few people can form an idea of the unable to keep pace with the greatly immense amount of charity and gen- increased hospital needs of his city oral good that is done in a community and surrounding country. It should by such an institution where no one and must care for many more pa- ls asked what his religion is unless tients daily than its present capacity for the purpose of getting him the of 225 beds allow. comforts of that religion, and where St. Vineent's has been self-support- proselytism is unknown, and lhe love ing and any surplus that has accrued of God is the dominating principle, has been used entirely for hospital Doing Important Work. betterment. It is not a private profit- There are few institutions in the sharing institution, but spends its sur- country where more lives have been flus for the betterment of the service. saved and more suffering alleviated. Those who can afford to pay are The work of the Infirmary has grown charged, aa they should be, a moderate just as Little Rock has expanded and sum, and the poor receive the same while now fitted out in the most rood- service regardless o:f what they pay. ern and metropolitan manner, it is en- Sister Barthildes and the Sisters Lirely too small to meet the require- associated 'witl her are devoting their ments of the city. The "crying need" lives to this work without compensa- at present is a home for the student tion and the work they have done nurses, which more fihan likely will for the good of humanity has never be erected in a very short time, making been nor can be fully told. their stay whilst in training at St. Class "A" Hospit.al. Vincent's much more pleasan and el- During the winter a campaign was fieient and at the same time giving launched by the friends of St. Vin- the Sisters twenty-two rooms that cent's Infirmary to raise enough could be used for the benefit of pa- money to place this institution in e tients. Class "A" hospitals of the United Railroad Department. States. The response, while not over In addition to the work of caring generous, was helpful and soon St. for the sick of Little Rock, the Infirm- Vincent's will add fifty .rooms for pa- ary is also the haven for the employes i tients, tgether with every modem of the h'on Mountain. Dr. F. Smith, improvement or device known to dhief surgeon for the Iron Mountain science. AN' OPERATION SAVES A I BABY'S LIFE I New Nurses' Home. A beautiful Nurses' Home and I jured. He and his assistants have Training School is to be reeted on rooms especially ,fitted for their work. the grounds. This training school ection of the Missouri-Pacific, is in clmrge of the railroad's sick and in- One of the best X-Ray plants in the South is in use for the examination of patients. This department, while sep- arated from the general staff work of the hospital, functions with it, in making St. Vincent's the efficient cen- ter of surgical and medical activi- ties in lhe State of Arkansas. No Question of Religion. Clergymen of all denominations are welcome to minister to any mem- bers of their flock who are at the Infirmary. I The books of St. Vincent's Infirm- ary show that during the entire thirty [years of set,,ice, more than 90 per cent of the patients admitted for hos- pital treatment were not members of the Catholic Clmrch, and the records also show a very large percentage of ch.arity work done by this institution. Thanks are tendered to the many kind friends who have contributed to he advancement of the good work !one at the Infirmary. Free Beds and Rooms. Among the many ways in aiding the Sisters in their great work of charity is the maintenance of free beds and private rooms. A free bed may be maintained in a ward one year for the sum of $300; a private room for $500, a perpetual free bed for $5,000, a perpetual free room for $10,000. Nurses' Training School. The training school for nurses at St. Vincent's, under the care and di- rection of Sister Bernard, is one of the most creditable training schools in the South, sixty nurses being regular- ]y in training. An alunmae of 200 members known as the St. Vincent's Alumnae Association is one of the very energetic and active organiza- tions of the city. The officem are Mrs. A. M. Zell, president; Miss An- nie Hogshead, vice-president; Mrs. Oscar Duebler, secretary, and Miss Lillian Atwood, treasurer. The Alum- [nae are very intent on the erection of a "Nurses' Home" at St. Vincent's, which they plan to furnish when com- pleted. I forms an exceedingly important part of a hospital's activities. The scarc- ity of nurses in the past will be re- lieved by this new addition. Hospital i training is a great inducement for l intelligent and vigorous young women. !It is a noble profession and if a home- i like atmosphere is created for young iwomen, with separate rooms provided as well as comforts and conveniences, i we may expect more of our young girls to take up the profession. Wig.1 all of these improvements on foot the Guardian hopes to come be-: fore its readers in our next year's edi- t!on with a description of a bigger I and most modern St. Vincent's. I St. Vincent's Aid. i There are few sources from which the Sisters of Charity may depend for: i finaneial assistance in caring for .the l indigent sick, but one of the most active and best known is the St. Vin- cent's Aid Society, an organization of non-Catholic as well as members of the Catholic Church, its sole purpose being to aid the charity work of ffhe institution: The only requisite for a beneficiary is the recommendation of some dependable person, and that they are St. Vincent's Aid patients is ktJown only to the Sister Superior and the person placing them there/ the umost secrecy being used to guard I:he feelings of the one whose condi- tion makes such assistance necessary. St. Vincent's Aid patients receive every attention possible, physicians and surgeons of the city contributing their skill and .helping to eradicate disease. In many cases it is neces- !sary to place the patient in a private Iroom and with a special nurse, not-i ing lacking that would be supplied them as full and regular patrons. Nurses and employees of the Infirm- ary are not informed as to whether Ihe patients or pay or charity. Dues.are paid by members, the average being 25 cents per month whilst some pay as much as $15 per i year, always given graciously and willingly, being assured that their (Continued on Page 14.) me'Furnishings i For Every Home _ A beautiful exhibition of beautiful furniture that will interest careful buyers. Some people think shopping is a tiresome task, but shopping for Home Furnishings is a real pleasure in a real store like ours, and it is a pleasure to show you our large assortment of Furniture, Car- pets, Rugs and Draperies. Pleasure, Comfort and Satisfaction may be derived from an attractive interior, the latter does not necessarily imply costly fur- nishings, but rather good judgment in selection. 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