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Litlte Rock, Arkansas
July 31, 1920     Arkansas Catholic
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[USiC, tea{ instrument alking ms s. When: music call teat you ENTIt COMP 12 East F Little Reel NY Mi PLA( led Ham ts of Lu is of Soft PRIDE OF &apos;E ROCK a tile Very Best town, Inchtding enuine AND JAVA Every Ounce of It. ENNY CO. Retail 10odlawn 960 [}N DRUG CO. d Beech Sts. IN Lraents of !The HEIGHTS ',y Givea to Our AVENUE 268-281 BARKER ARK. o better than the better than 0he US. at all times to choicest Cut Flow- all occasions. We the artistic ar- of same. & HURST llorists Telegraph Rotarian Florists. Little Rock, Ark. NIST SERe'ICE & SON SUPPLIES lws Repaired. Street. THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. CO. Rock Streets 0CK, ARK. ioners, and it is well said that if you St. Andrews Cathedral. not on Monsignor Tobin's card list, your good standing as a Catholic /is in question. In addition to th s he The churches of Little Rock have heing. St. Andrew's. Cathedral, which m'ma, g,'es to h've, leisure. 1'or the Guar' " ,s the outcome of St. Andrew's dian, for the welfare of religious corn- been an important factor in the (le- velol)ment of her moral, intellectual and civic life. They have wagc(I war against sin and crime i'rom the early days to the present moment, until the city can chdm a hig'h position in the societies of culture and refine- ment. A majority of the citizens are identified with some church and near- ly every one here is connected with a religious organization. What is true of Arkansas in its first settlement, is also true of Little Rock. Historical records give pioneer prominence to the names of Catholic families. Up and across the Mississippi River they RT. REV. MONS. THOS. V. TOBIN, D. D I Pastor St. Andrew's Cathedral. Fitzgerald and the building com- pleted. The school building, with hall accommodation upstairs, is very com- plete. In addition to the hall in the second story there is a handsomely appointed parlor for the meetings of the Cathedral Society. The edifice is heated from the Central Heating As- sociation of the city. The school was first taught by the Sisters of Mercy, since 1907 by the Olivetan Benedictine Sisters. When it became necessary to vacate the ground now leased by the Arcade Compan Bishop Morris built for them the resi- dence on Sixth street Rt. Rev. Monsignor Tobin, D. D. came and the cross of De Soto has been multiplied and now crowns an edifice in every populated section of our state. Quite naturally the center of the state, Little Rock became the See of the Catholic diocese, and each year has witnessed an extended growth. RRy Name s purity in milk The pub- visit this, the dairy , OF DRY COMPANY ad Dyers 1107 Main St. Welding Teeth in Gear ' Wheel Church opened by Father Byrne, 3iarch 19, 1841, at the corner of See- end and Center streets. This ohl edi- fice, with some chan['es "rod additions, serve(1 to house the p,'rowin congre- gation until 1878, when Bishop Fitz- gcrahl purchased the site at Seventh an(1 Louisiana streets and the corner- stone of St. Andrew's Cathedral was laid July 7th of that year and the late Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia preached the dedication sermon. St. Andrew's Cathedral is one of the linest editices in the Southwest and is at present being repaired and LS OF ALL Phone M. 528 improved to a large extent. In October, 1911, the present pastor of St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Right Rev. Mgr. Thomas V. Tobin, was ap- pointed. Since that time $6,000 have been expended on the Cathedral in re- modeling the organ, enlarging the sanctuary and installing a new system' of lighting. St. Andrew's school was built in 1891. A bequest of $6,000 by Dr. Hallinan was supplemented by Bishop rector of the Cathedral, is an inde- fatigable worker. He" believes in early and late hours and in husband- mg every_ moment of time to further, directly or indirectly, the interests of h!s calling. The school, the societies of the parish, the individual members of his congregation--whom he makes a point to know and where they live-- have his equal attention. It is rightly said t]mt he verifies the census of the Cathedral parish every night before retiring. He follows the living and The Catholics have now four the dead, the I)irths and marriages, churches in Little Rock, the largest lthe departure and advent of parish- ST. ANDREWS' CATHEDRAL. PAGE FIFTEEN munities, for the nurses of St. Vin- cent's, for the seminarians of the dio- cese and for other diocesan and civic activities. In Rev. H. H. Wernke, the F, ishop's faithful secretary, he has an efficient assistant, every ready to lend his hand and voice in the parochial activities, which are indeed absorbent of energy and of time. St. Andrew's Cathedral, always l open and so centrally situated, takes a prominence among the attractive visiting places of the city. For the i Catholics it is a resort for prayerful visitation before the altar with its Tabernacle of the Holy of Holies, meditation on the Way of the Cross, depicted ia the artistic series of sculptured portraits along the walls reverence at the several decorated shrines erected in honor of Out. Lady and the saints. For non-Catholics, its [ many points of religious and archi-[ tectural interest, draw them to ob- I serve and admire. At all Pontifical I ceremonies, those with the Rt. Rev. Bishop officiating, St. Andrew s Cathedral is taxed to full capacity I by the Catholics and non-Catholics of[ the city and state.  __ [ St. Edward's Churchl (Continued from Page 11) Only a few weeks ago, upon the occasion of Bishop Morris' visitation We Have Moved to Larger Quarters t 308-310 WEST THIRD STREET i[iI[[[[i$III![Ihi;W!ii.;iIIiiiii;i;iiiiiHMi![ii['ll , Quality and Service Did It Franl00's Dry Cleaning ,Plant ItIII[IIIIIIIINIH H[HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIEII[ [IlI[I[[[III[I[IIff[IHI[IITIIIIIFTFIliIIIIIIIIII[IIIIIIIH H IHII[NIIIIIII11IIIIlillIIIIIIIIll]IIIIIHIIIIII!]IIIIIII]II!IIIIIII!IIH H IIII]IIII]IIIIIIIIH Phones 2142-2143 Arlfansas Reo Motor Car Co. Distributors '.M0tor Cal's  Phones Main 372-373 1108 Main Street Little Rock, Ark. Working Man's Friend Phone Main 8140 REV. P. MAURUS ROHNER, O. S.B. Eighth and Izard Streets Little Rock, Arkansas the other good points of this parish, .. .............. mentioned that of the devotion to the ........................................................................................................ poor souls. His Lordship said hat he was quite observant as he ent here and "there around his diocese and it las been of great impress upon his mind every November day when the Requiem Devotions are held at Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock. Al- ways he finds that of the people as sembled, two-thirds of them come from St. Edward's parish. This to him is in evidence of the strong re- ligious spirit of St. Edward's con- gregation. So frequently, too, his ear catches the pealing noteS of St. Ed- ward's bell at 7 p. m. as it reminds the people to pray for their dead. His Lordship wouht have them'cherish this old Catholic custom, and by so doing, they would leave an heirloom to their children, which would re- dound in helpfulness to themselves when they ,ere numbered among the fithful depraved. BE KIND TO MOTHER. Lift all the burdens you can from your mother's shoulders. Seek her comfort and pleasure in all things before your own. Never intimate by word or deed that your world and hers are differ- ent or that you feel in any way supe- rior to her. Manifest an interest in whatever interests or amuses her. Make her a partner, so far as your different ages will permit, in all your pleasures and recreations. Remember that her life is monot- onous compared with yours, and to take her to some suitable place of amusement, or for a trip to the coun- tT, or to the city if your home is in the country, as frequently as possible. Introduce all your friends to he and enlist her sympathies in youth- ful projects, hopes and plans, so that she may carry youth into old age. Talk to her about your work, your studies, your friends, your amuse- ments, the books you read, the places you visit, for everything th{t con-' cerns you is of interest to her. A SEASONABLE HINT. Christian people, give something to God in the person of the poor. Put a quarter, or a dollar, or a dime, or a nickel into the poor box every Sunday. Give according to your means, but give regularly every week as a matter of duty. What you give to them for God's sake, you give to Him. He will take it as if given di- rectly to Himself and He will repay you. He is a generous Master and He will not be outdone in liberality. JARRETT'S GROCERY Fancy Groceries Phones Main 3041-3042 Corner Fifteenth and Main Streets LITTLE ROCK, ARK. PALACE DRUG STORE 7th and Victory Sts. Phone Main 392 Little lck, Arkansas 516 Center St. Main 646 Coffee Roasted Daily Peanut Butter Made While You Wait \\; .. : .: .\\;< . :\\;ec,.\\.,.  .,.' , .,',''. x.. ,,. A Good Place t Buy HARDWARE GREGG HARDWARE COMPANY 301 Main Street Before 'You Go Anywhere Else Try BESSER HARDWARE AND FURNITURE COMPANY When you call for anything new or second-hand we have it, and, too, at lowest prices. Our ock is largo and complete, and YOU ARE WELCOME 510-12-14 Center: M. 5116 I I PERRIN TIRE COMPANY Distributors of GATES' HALF-SOLE TIRES 417-19 West Seventh St. J. F. Massery, Pres. J. P. Massery G. W. Massery, Mgr. MASSERY'S LAUNDRY COMPANY Seventh and Victory Sts. Phone Main 922 Little Rock, Ark. DOUBLE SEAL RING CO. pA-r. NOV. Z,t o96 Manufacturers of "DOUBLE SEAL" PISTON RINGS 414 Louisiaua Street Little Rock, Ark. RINGS FOR ALL PURPOSES For Economy and Efficiency. The Piston Rings are the hea of the Automobile. If your Motor" stal'ls on the hills ;uses too much oil, too much gasoline, fouls spark plugs and has not a quick pick-up, your remedy is DOUBLE SEAL PISTON RINGS THEY CURE I , .... :