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PAGE SIXTEEN THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Store Open Until 9 P. M. Saturday Until 11 P. M. S. DICKERMAN THE MILITARY STORE 816 Main St. Phone Main 3959 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Also All Kinds of Alterations Made While You Wait. Dr. L. M. Hill Dr. I. A. Williams Dr. R. E. Hill Hill, Williams & Hill CHIROPRACTORS Phone Main 1586 Donaghey Bldg. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. J. A. MACH!N AUTO COMPANY Automobile Repairing and Accessories 918 W. Seventh St. Little Rock, Ark. BEN CATHERINA Hauling Contractor Phone Main 6065 2407 West Seventh Street LITTLE ROCK, ARK. GRADING AND EXCAVATING AND ALl, HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. "Especially well equipped for hand- ling heavy machinery and iron work for large buildings. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Wor00 Grows The organization of the Church of I Father Boyle's Good Work. The Catholic Church has been the Our Lady of Good Counsel, located on Upon the departure of Dr. Horan, means of ::ending more missionaries West Ninth anti Marshall streets took the parish was tended by different throughout the worhl than any other place a little over a quarter of a cen-iPriests until Rev. P. Shanahan was religious organization. No matter tury ago, starting in a very modest] appointed as the regular pastor, where you may travel you will find bu!lding, anti has since been a healthy During Fr. Shanahan's regime the the emissaries of the Catholic Church and thriving eonglegation. ?hureh enlarged. For the past seven there to greet you. They have not Bishop Fitzgerald, realizing the years Rex,. P. H. Boyle has been in forgotten the colored race of the number of people who lived in the charge of the pastorate. Pronounced South. In the Diocese of Little Rock weste2 part of the city considered indeed are the activities of Father sever',d parishes have churches for it advisable to grant them the con- Boyle for the progress of his church colored people that are well attended-- venienee of a church and school, and 'schools. I:te is the type of priest St. Bartholomew's at Little Rock, St. School First. whose influence extends beyond his Joseph's at Pine Bluff anti one at Fort parish lines anti make him a power in Smith in the process of erection. First the school was built and was city and State. in charge of two Sisters of Mercy St. Bartholomew's. from St. Mary's Academy, then lo- A flourishing school conducted by cared at Seventh and Louisiana the Sisters of Mercy is in progress One of Bishops Morris' first episco- streets. Children from all ereea with a dally attendance of 125 pupils, pal endeavors upon his residence here were received and taught the elemen- Pupils are taken through the eighth as Bishop of the Diocese of Little grade and made ready for academic Rock, was to expand the missionary courses. Good Counl school has ! work. Priests were scarce, the peo- made a fine record during the past ple in some sections were in great ten years by winning the Mt. St. need of religious attendance. He im- Mary's Alumnae scholarship for 1918 mediately went his limit of supply. anti the two scholarships for 1919. I One phase continued to worry him I that of a Catholic apostolate among REA3ONS, FOR THE ' J Lhe Negro population. Quite a few colored Catholics were here in Little WOOD PULP SHORTAGE Because the use of wooden and pa- per boxes for shipping goods is de- creasing the wood pull) supply an ap- plication was made to the Interstate Commerce Commission for a favor- able rate-on metal shipping cases, asking that freight charges be based on the net weight of contents anti that the container when knocked down flat might be returned to the shipper at the steel sheet rate. Wooden and fiber box manufacturers opposed the petition, and the commission, while admitting that anything that can he done to redue loss and damage while in transit is in the interest of carriers and public alike, takes the ground REV. P. H. BOYLE. that any such concession in freight tary grades. Later the Chm'ch was clmrges ;,vou]d be unlawful. erected and dedicated by the Rt. Rev. A resolution offered in Congress Bishop Fitzgerald. Dr. P. F. Horan, pointed out that more than double then a newly ordained priest, assist- the amount of wood used in paper ins at St. Andrew's Cathedral, was mamffaeture is wasted annually in made the pastor, which offii:e he lboxe:t anti: containers. It has been filled until the year 1906, when he lestimated that the use of metal con- was transferred to Fort Smith to Itainers would save $50,000,000 in take charge of the Immaculate Con-Idamage and theft of goods in transit ception Church. During Dr. Horan's $240,000.000 in wasted ]umber now time at the Good Counsel Church! used in one-tri 1) eontainer, and from much enthusiasm was shown by the10 to 25 per cent of the cost o. ?oo([- congregation and as the city grew m stuffs which now goes to pay for population so the members of his crates that are thrown away. Out flock increased. The first baptisms side of any effect on the white pape: in the Church were the sons of Mr. supply these burdens upon the buy- and Mrs. M. McMa'hon and Mr. and ers would seem to be worth lighten- Mrs. William Rogoski. ing. St. Bartholomew's Church and School Wort00 REV. FATttER J. J. STEINHAUER Rock, sufficient of number to call for special consideration of their wants on the part of Bishop Morris. Special effort in behalf of these col- ored Catholics had already been made to the limit of resources by the Very Rev. F. Kraemer, O. S. B., then pastor of St. Edward's Church, Little Rock. Bishop Morris made it possible for him to go further and to that end )urchased for him a site for a church for colored Catholics located on Gaines and Eighth streets. Father Kraemer immediately undertook the foznation of a parih and its needed equipment. Two wooden structures in process of decay were on the grounds, one of which was remodeled and put in con- dition to serve as church and school, the Bishop defraying the expense in- curred. Father Kraemer gave his selwiees without remuneration until a pastor was secured. Upon th dedi= cation of the simple structure it was named St. Bartholomew. In November, 1910, the work was taken over by the Society of the Di- vine Word. A school was started under the care of the Sisters .of the Holy Ghost, anti soon it became ap- parent that the quarters were much too small to meet the comforts of the Sisters and pupils. The Rt. Rev Bishop, realizing conditions, donated a piece of property at Sixteenth and Marshall streets, where, with the as- sistance of Reverend Mother Drexe of the Order of Blessed Sacrament, a two-story combination church school and rectory were erected. Four years ago the growth of the congre- gation and school made it necessary to again enlarge the quarters and a third building was completed, giving two school rooms, with movable par- titions, serving as assembly hall and for the various social activities of the cimrch and the school. The school is grammar and high school. During the past year 224 pupils were enrolled. Rev Father J. J. Steinhauer, S. V. D., who has been the pastor of St. Bartholomew's since September 1. 1917, reports the congregation as be- ing very zealous and active, and all the members working hard with him to make the congregat!on grow in zeal and members. A splendid Holy Name Sodality has been formed, as well as the League of the Sacred Heart. There 'Jre 164 faro- flies in the congregation. Father Steinhauer moves every wheel in tlie operation of this unique church ])lant, and to his indefatigable: labors, inspirited by his religious love of church and schools, is due that great success which is placing St Bartholomew's parish among the flourishing of the diocese. The lines of his activities are not in parallel with those of other parishes in many respects, and the success so far ob- tained in this great apostolate, in a great measure, is due to the personal equation of Father Steinhauer with his intellectual acquirements, his la- bors and his pious zeal. The Smiths never had any a)ns, and have invariably sealed their let- ters with their thumbs." "Diseased Nature ofttimes breaks forth In strange eruptions." A. Metr00 Com llO East and 108 SHOES MADE TO FINE GARAGE Every Courtesy YOU MIDWAY Main 1694 In Demand the Buy it by the POSTING, WALL LITTLE & Jno. P. MAX MAYER, President CLAUDE SHARPE, Vice-President J. B. STOVE, S. P. SCOTT, Compliments of C /. . ooper-vlCKmson Grocer Company Scott- Mayer Company 0 WHOLESALE GROCERS Wholesale Distributors of Prottuce and Groceries Your Trade Appreciated Exclusive Agents for i!i/ ......... DICKINSON Manager GENEVA, WHITE DAISY AND HOME PLATE BRANDS OF CANNED GOODS AND FOOD PRODUCTS LITTLE ROCK AND HOT SPRINGS, ARK. "We Search the Markets of the World for Good Things to at