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VOL XXVII MAY 6. 1920 No. 52 li
Juvenile Macers and Jelly Beans at the Folly.
There ar, two species of humlallity in and aboiut the Folly Theatret(
ovetr which the Ianageme('nt hais l contro'l, ut .ar of gleat bother
and annoyance to the patrons. We will first call atttention to the Juvenile t
Macers that stantl in front of the theat re every nicht actosting patrons at
as they go to purchase theif tickets, for a contributiri ion of rom oiie to five I
cents in order to get into the show. Is one of your boys a macer at
the Folly Theatre? If he is not your boy. lihe is souleone's boy. who tt
could be helped from the practice he is now following, which will surely t
later on. lead him to other habits of a more serious nature. You can tI
best help these little macers by re-fusing to give thetm money. It will
be a great kindness on your part, and it will be quite a relief to the pie' a
Another pest at the Folly is the cheap jelly bean, who allows his
little lady friend to go to the show ahetad of hint. so that he does noti
have to pay her entrance fee. You will not have any trouble in spotting a
this short skate. who stands in the side aisle while he is spotting his 8
sweetheart somewhere in the house.
The young beaus. obstructing these aisles. do not add to the com
fort of the patrons and we feel reasonably sure that after her jelly bean o
reads this article and finds that the shoe fits him. he will not subject I
her to criticism that might be embarrassing. We understand a jelly v
bean is one of these young fellows growing up without sufficient backbone I
to assert his manliness publicly. If you want to treat your sweetheart i
to a picture show, take her with you. pay her fare, andt he seated with
her, and you will be given the respect you deserve.
Why are potatoes so high in New Orleans? Is there any sound econo
mic reason for the appalling prices that have been demanded? It is
running low. But never before were potatoes so clear and the supply has
running law. But never before were potatoes so cldear and the supply has
often been lower than at present. The farmers around Algiers have
not been getting an exhorbitant price for their stock. Somewhere along
the line between the farm and the table excessive profits are certainly
The people have little or no remedy. They can stop eating potatoes I
for a time and punish the dealers who have stocked heavily and are f
holding for higher prices. But they must have some substitute. They
can eat rice or macaroni to replace the potato element in the ration and t
then they may expect to see rice and macaroni advance. If it is not one
item it is another.
Don't blame the theatrical producers who announce that tickets for
next season's shows will be $5 a seat. Blame those who will pay it.
It is feared that like other enthusiasts, the overall wearer will not
last long after the parades are over.
Dr. E. J. Dillon, the well-known British correspondent, says that
President Wilson frittered away his leadership at the Versailles peace
conference by concessions which rendered his fourteen points so in
effective that finally they were not even mentioned.
Before the World War, the American Government's expenses amount
ed to $1,000,000,000 a year. Now as high as $6,000,000,000 is the esti
mated necessary outlay. A few years ago the Government had 10,000 civil
servants; now its civil servants number 800,000.
Father Wickham, superior of the Apostolic Fathers of the Archdio
cese of New York, says: "Spiritualism has wrecked more than one bril
liant intellect, and minl specialists can relate many sad cases of com
plete nervous breakdown resulting from dabbling in spiritualistic prac
It's Up to You!--Get in on This
Profit Sharing Sale at
ROCHEBAVE DEPARTMENT STORE
2530 Iberville Street, O,,LS",
8 Days Wonderful Bargains
IMiiSAY, MAY 6, TO TImHSDAY, MAY 13.
No Goods Sold to Dealers at These Prices
Fancy Volles and Organdles, Ladies' Bungalow Aprons
values 25 c to 7Oc; and House
pert yard ......... .. 19 ..... Dre ...... $1.a49 up
1 lot 25e Dress Ginghams. Ladies' Shirt Waist bargains,
checks and plaids; fine Voiles and Or
yard .............. A*** C sandy; special..... 98c up
2Sc Quality Dress Glngham,
plaids and checks; 25C Fine Wash Skirts, A h
this sale ............... . wonderful values .. 1. up
Seamless Gold Medal white Girls' Gingham
sheets, $3 values; 98 Dresses, up to size . cup
this ale ..............
Gold Medal, 0c Bigs lot Boys' Pants,
pillow ases ........... dark or light ......
Ladies' 25e Summer Vests, Men's and Boys' Athletic
not over 3 to Shirts regular 35c
cstomer .............. values; special.........19c
Men's Check Nainsook Shirts Coat's Spool Cotton Thread,
and Drawers, 150 yards, 5 spools
9e value ..............)39 to customer; spool........6C
Men's $1.50 Union 1 Lot 25e White
m Ilt ..................98c Child's S0 ............10C
Men's and Boys' 25e 1 Ladies' fine White Lisle Hose,
Wash Tes ... ......... seam in back, a
dles' black Boot ilk 0c value; at .........29c
Hose, a 75e value; Shinola Shoe
pair, .................. 39c Polish...............8c
Boys' White Goodyear Tennis 1 Lot Girls' White Canvas
os, 2.50 .7 Baby Doll Slippers,
vals ......lues.....1. b2 l 11e...........1.25
Hundreds of other such bargains that will greatly enhance
the value of your dollar at this sale.
Shoes! Shoes! at Your Own Price
The greatest surprise awaits our customers at our Shoe
Department. Your savings on shoes in this sale will make
your visit most profitable. Do not miss it. Call for big
FREE 1---To every lady customer, a Handsome Fan Free.
, FREEI FREEi-A Large Shopping Bag Free to each
customer buying $5.oo or more during this sale.
Take Canal Belt Car to N. Dorgenois St., then one block
dow, to 2530 Iberville St.
Saturday is picnic (lay for the Sun- pr
day School and its friends. All who
wish to go out in a body are asked td.
to gather at the church on Saturday
morning at S o'clock.
In order to avoid all trouble and
misunderstanding all are asked to al
bring their two ferry tickets andll g
their car-fare. ('Children who are go
ing under the supervision of their 11
Sunday School teacher are askted to .
give their ferry tickets and the 12 a
cents for round-trip carfare to their a
teacher. liemnember. there will be
tllo free passage on the ferry or oti tl
the street cars. Last year free ferry
passage gas obtained on golllg over.
but on the way back tickets were de- V
manlied since thet children did not
return in a hody The result was t
that the teachers had to pay the P
ferriage in nlany iinstances. \Ve are 01
desirous of avoiding such happenings tl
andul thlerefore every one is to bring h
his or her tickets. It
The plicnic ill he heldl in the I}
(itv Park. Trees No. "3 andti L', l
hae beetn chartlereld for our use. ,De
viating tromi last year's program the "
Sunday School will sell lemnonade d
andlt ice cream this year.
A word of warning. Parents who c
give their children into the care of p
teachers are requested to impress it b
upon their children to return with "
their teachers in the evening. r
Games and contests have been
arranged and appropriate prizes will r
bte given to the winners.
The Helping Hand Circle meets
(on WVednesday uight at the parson- r
age. It is hoped that the ladies of
the society will attend. Meeting he- *
gins at 7:31',.
The Luthern Churches of our Sy- t
nod will celebrate Mission festival I
on Sunday. May 16th. In the morn
-ing every congregation celebrates at
I home and in the evening there will
be a joint service at St. John's cha
ptl. 3949 (Canal street.
REV. 1. '. WIER, Pa.%tor
Residence 23(1 Olivier.
Phone, Algiers 138.
Last Sunday. at the morning hour.,
the Pastor's text was James 1:27.
Pure religion anti undefiled before
God the Father is this: To visit the
fatherless, and widows in their af
fliction, and to keep himself tn
spotted from the world. At night.
the text was Mark 12:34. and when
Jesus saw that he answered discreet
ly, he said unto him, thou art not far
from the kingdom of God. Both the
. girls choir and Mizpah choir had
special music that was much ap
April 28. 1920. Emerita Daisy. in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otfs
Sims. 216 Newton Street. was hap
tized. Rev. C. C. Wier officiating.
t April 20, 1920. little John D.
P Sneed died at the home of his pa
- rents in Nashville, Tenn. He was a
nephew of Mrs. John R. Dwyer, 1504
- Teche street and was Mr. Dwyer's
namesake. The little boy had been
a great sufferer for many months.
May God comfort these mourners.
Boatswain E. L. Bordelon, who'
has been on the S. S. Potomac in the
tropical waters for some months, is
1 visiting his family at 612 Pacific
- avenue. He has been detached from
the Potomac and transfered to the
training station at Gulfport, Miss.
Miss Florence Klnkaid is with
her aunt. Mrs. Mohr, visiting in Hot
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown have
moved to 313 Belleville street.
Miss Ruth Pettigrove is rapidly
recovering from her recent illness.
Everybody is interested in the ap
proaching marriage of two of our
dearly loved young people. Mr. Paul
Malone and Mis4 Etta Pettigrove.
They will be married May 26, and
leave immediately for their future
home in Meridian, Miss.
The New Orleans district confer
ence will convene in Rayne Memorial
Church May 10 and 11. The dele
gates from our church are as follows:
Capt. C. J. Zatarain, Messrs. J. N.
Melancon and E. H. Cayard, Drs. T.
P. Bell and A. C. King, and Mrs. Joel
Lilly: alternates Misses Ethel Rho
ades and Luella Dunn, and Mmes.
W. B. Warren, J. W. Daniels and C.
The parsonage fund now amounts
to $35.00 monthly. We asked for
I desire to express my sincere
thanks and appreciation for the pa
tronage given me and the confidence
placed in me, by my friends and
customers during the past eight years.
I desire to speak for my successor
E. W. Nagel that same confidence
and patronage that has been so liber
ally accorded me. Being acquainted
with Mr. Nagle's past experience in
the bakery business, I heartily rec
ommend him to the public as my
Prayer meeting tonight at 7:30. Fatl
Dr. Frame of the Inter-church World the
Movement is expected to speak. Next at,
Sunday is Mother's Day. Every one cat
i.s requested to wear a white flower.
preferably the carnation. We will
have special services. Let this he a itel
day of making stronger the home
The picnic day is almiiost uipon iu, th
almlost tinme to fix ulp the baskets. N;
get ready and leave for the church. SI
We are leaving Saturday morning el
promptly at S o'clock. and we trust to
oui \\ill he along with us an;d have' wt
a good time. Please try and have th
all baskets at the church between ch
7 341 and 7:45. We will cross on .e
the S. 12 ferry (which one to be ch
n:nauitltced Thllursday night I and mlteet F;
the special car on the othelr side. er
We will leave the park at 7 o'clock. I:
t'otne with the crowd and ha'.\ ;a let- III
ter time. We will also have tht i'
pleasure of meeting several of lthei ini
other Methodist Sunday Schools at to
the park. However, we will still TI
have our same old happy grounds. so at
lets make our slogain, "'On to City pl
Park for the Best Pictnic we (\ver to
The Older Boys and Girls Confer- w
ences will mnieet this Friday. Satur- ni
day and Sunday in the city. The
Blols meetings will be helt ;t a
o'clock Friday, and beginning at 4 tl
p. im., Saturday. and ending with the ft
bhanquet at 6 p. m.. then the final hb
imeetinlg t30 p. nm., Sunday. All Ist
meetings for the Boys at the 'oll- ft
seuni Baptist Church. The Girls it
Smeetings. are to start Saturday morn- I'
ing at 9: 30i, then in the afternoon. a,
starting at 3 for one hour. then the o
recreation period from 4 to 6. At
f the girls go from the Felicity Street
lMethodist Church where their nieet
ings are held to the Coliseunm Bap- i.
tist ('hurch. where the banquet will a
Sbe heltd. (the girls and boys being( d
together here). The girls close p
their conference with a meeting at
II .:1.o Sunday afternoon to which all
girls between the ages of 16 and 21
Sunday School Day (('hildren's
Dlay) will be held on May the 23rd. 7
beginning at 10 o'clock in the morn
ing. Let's remember the day and I
have a big attendance.
The Missionary Banner was retain
ed last Sunday morning by the Young
Men's Bible Class. defeating the
smnaller men by a small margin. n
The Minute Men were just one ht
r. point ahead of the I. T. W.'s last t
Sunday mnorning, so come out Suit- C
. day and hear the new report. V
ie EPWORTH LEAGUE. c
f- The League will hold its Installa
- tion Service on Sunday. the 16th. at
t. the evening service. We are hoping
n to have a great service, and trust all
t- niembers will be present.
'-Rev. Thomas Bennett (lifford PaItor
Telephone Algiers 312.
D. Services next Sunday as follows: t
a- 7:30 a. m--Celebration df the i
a Holy Communion (full choral) andti
)4 ' sermon.
sr 9:30 a. m.-Sunday School.
n 7:30 p. m.-Evening prayer and
ho Mamie Clotilde Tingstrom daugh
he ter of James Thomas Tingstrom and
is Mabel Ada Forsythe Tingstrom.
)m Paul West, Jr., and Mrs. Geor
heI giana Bowers Sutton.
ap- Very Rev. Father Stenmans of
>ur Edgar, La.. was a visitor at the Rec
sul tory Monday. Father Stenmans is
ve. about to dedicate his church, the
mnd building of which is a surprise to
are everybody. Some two years ago in
March, his church was burned down
er- and sad as the blow was the people
lal were not discouraged, but immedi
le- ately set to work to build for them
vs: selves a monument that would make
N. them forget the old historical build
T. ing that had served them as a place
oel of worship for so many years. At
ho- the first meeting they raised more
es. than forty thousand dollars, and to
C. day the church is complete in every
detail, at a cost of over one hundred
nts and forty thousand dollars, with
for every cent paid. For a country parish
this must certainly be a record.
Father Stenmans feels happy and
the people are proud of their work
aid their church It will he dedi
cated in June.
'Thursday. St. M1arvaret'- Ilaugh
ters. 7 ::1.
holy Name Soilcey. 7,
SOLEMN FIRST ('l)MIl 'NItON.
O)te of tihe prlttt te-t cert on)lies
that ever took plrc44 in theI h1o1.
Natlie oft Mary cthurch meay seen last
Sundlay whet' n io'fet the largest'I
('tuntulltlt ion in a ladl. The las
Was the ilnolt oldeirly andiil repel)cttill
that lhas ever hetin sleen in thi
tchurch. .Many of th. paterents re
'eived with their children Th'
churlth wvas filled to overllowinill..
Fathe.r Larkin deterv:'s a worlld of
ilr'dlit and praise andl thani ks trol I
the parenlts folr his ittit'iring a 'lttort-.
in plpll ari thesel't chillt l-ni for this
treat evenlt in their lives. The sing
ing under the able direetion of Sts
ter Xavier Was of the hi>hiest oreder.
The parents ought to le grateful to
all the Sisters for their part in pro
parirng the childrente For tank"y at
loig moths. these glood women lhave
laboreed fait hifilly in co-operation
with Father Larkin to make thi (l man
mnullion the success that it was.
Fromn reports heard here atlnd
there it seems that the drive for
ifundts for the new school is going to
be a great success. Every day new
subscriptions are received and the
tlfund by this time lmust be around
the fifty tlhousand dollar mark.
Father McGrath has been specially
active with a commiittee of Knights
Iof Columbus, which has done' spletn
did \ work.
HIOLY NAME SOCIETY.
Fhis Society will receive commun
ion next Sunday at the 6:30 Mass
I and not at the 5. a aannounced Sun
: day. ' The regular meeting will take
place tonight at 7: .
FIRST FRIDAY DEVOTION.
t Confessions. Thursday at 4 and 7.
Masses. Friday. 5. 6. 6 45.
Services--l)aily Masses, 6. 6:30.
S7,. Wednesdlay S:341. May Devotions
Sundlay M.Masses. 5. 6:30. 7:30. 9.
I 11 Low Mass.
May Devotions. 7.
('onfirmation for this year's com
munion class. and all others who
Shave not yet been confirmed, will
t take plae place Saturday at 7:30. His
- Grace Most Rev. Archbishop Shaw.
will administer this sacrament to the
children and the adults who have
been preparing themselves faithfully
for several days for this event. The
services will begin at 7:30. Besides
Z His Grace. the Archbishop, many
I of the New Orleans clergy will be
John Thomas, son of Jake Lalla
and Louise Hingle sponsors Sidney
Buras and Rose Buras. Rita Loraine,
daughter of Eloi Giordano and Olym
pic Perez. Sponsors Frank and
r Eleanor Giordano. Margaret Mary,
daughter of Thos. J. Birney and Lu
ella C(ronin. Sponsors, John C. Bir
Sney and Julia Blrney. Joahneta.
SI Marie. daughter of John m. rn
bach and Loretta Adams. Chas. and
Lena Sederig (proxy Mrs. J. G.
Noreta Olga. daughter of John
Umbach and Loretta Adams. Spon
- sor ('has. Sedrig and Olga t'mbach.
d Folis Rita, Oaughter of Wallace
McPherson and Rita Dellery.
Lois Gerard. daughter of Chas.
r- Diket and Elizabeth Strauss. Spon
sors, T. J. Rice and Inez Rice.
Melvina Mary, daughter of Audi
Robichaux and Fannie Cartoon.
Sponsors, Laurence Robichaux atnd
On Sunday evening a number of
friends gathered at the home of Mr.
of and .\iri. J. J. Culver in honor of
c Joseph J. Culver, who made his
is solemn communion.
he The guests were Mrs. K. Heuer.
to Mr. A. Heuer, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kier
Snan, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Culver. Mr.
W and Mrs. L. Kiernan, Mr. and Mrs.
e A. H. Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cul
1- ver, John, Leo and Joseph Culver,
m- and H. Tompson. Refreshments
ke were served by Lucinoy August.
ce NH. N. G. C. Theatre.
At Friday, May 7-Charles Ray In
re "The Pinch Hitter," and the 7th epi
to sode of the "Invisible Hand" featur
try ig Antonio Moreno and Paulin Cur
ed ley. Penefit for Boy Scout Troop
ith No. 60.
ish No show on Saturday.
rd. Sunday, May 9th---Earle Williams
in "The Fortune Hunter," a 7-reel
Vitagraph feature, Mabel Nermand in
a "Small Town Lover, a one reel
comedy and latest Fox News.
First show at 6:30 p. m.
"Say It With Flowers" has be
come a country-wide quotation, and
when it Is said with flowers from
the Dryades Floral, 1613 Dryades
street, the thought is all the more
strongly expressed, and the token
more favorably esteemed, for truth
fully it is from this floral shop that
the finest and most beautiful flow
ers and plants and artistic floral
gifts may be found at all times.
Miss L. R. Durand. the proprie
tress, has made a deep study of
flower and plant life, and her shop
and gardens are a beautiful sight to
behold, and visitors are always wel
come, and visitors will find it a
pleasure to pay a visit there at any
time. Miss Durand established her
present business In September, 1919,
and for sixteen years prior thereto
she had -en with the Chas. A.
Kanfman Co. The Dryades Floral
also sell birds and fish.
At this floral shop one will find
on hand at all times a full and com
plete assortment of cut flowers of all
kinds, both natural and artificial, as
well as plants, ferns, etc., and this
shop makes design work and decorat
Ing a specialty, and wedding and
f aeral designs reeive prompt and
For June Brides
44 PIECES COMPLETE
Hlter i ,h JIn Ii!t \' .' " rl: re
a ll il -Cl ( ' tItalrt u l' thl!..t ., V.' ' I, Pt' l eOU
p a l 1 1iI ' .r' . I t i- it \ .1 ! ; ') ", , , t , , ." a f te r
William and Mary Living Room
Suite With Handsome Table
ihe living r ntm w here yoI r .\' n . ,.u r ".s and speed
a great portion t tuIte iiui t hr Icmfort.thl 11u( heautiful. his
rich suit', which is at exact 'I' llllt'u ioT I f ti t ii above cut, in.
cludes a large sette. n wing arm 'hair anI at r, 0aker, table with
large center drawer andl haitdtlsotitn, art :Jquar. T'he finibh is in a
rich brown inahogaty and is uphol-Il"r' d ,vr a bIautiful damask.
Queen Anne Period Bedroom Suite
Consisting of 13 Pieces
This Queen Anne Period Bedroom Suite is equally attractive
and carries out the same scheme of period as the dining room suite.
It is built along very graceful lines and is onheof the best examples
of this style bedroom lurniture. Finished in beautiful American
Walnut throughout and consisting of 13 pieces. Large roomy
bed, three-mirror dressing table. high-base dresser. chifforette or
chifforobe, as you choose; a 50-pound felt mattress, which has
roll edge and diamond tufted. Genuine fabric link spring, one
dressing table chair, one rocker, one chair, two feather pillows,
bolster, and one floral design art square.
10-Piece Queen Anne Period
Dining Room Suite
Dainty Queen Anne Period Dining Room Suite tinished is
rich brown Jacobean. a suite specially designed for us and made
to enhance the beauty of any home; large or small. The Queem
Anne Period is especially adapted for the dning room, as you will
realize when you visit our store. The suite consists of 48-inhol
extension table, close-isein servng table, beautiful China Cabiet
Buffet, five side and one arm chair. The upholstering of the site
are over Brown Spanish Leather.
The refrigerator in this set has an interior of all white e
loid, cork insulation, removable galvanized wire shelves, holds M
tpounds of ice and is fitted it th snap locks. The Kitchen CaroI
is made of thoroughly seasoned oak and is well constructed throUrb"
out; has glass canisters, metal bread box. tilting sifter flour Id.
sliding nickeloid working board. The Aluminum Cooking Uteu*
Set comprises two bread pans, one percolator, one collandlr, tW
ikettles, two saucepans, one boiler with one lnslTert tableof h
of solid oak and is built to withstand the hard wear expectr ! of it
SThree strong chairs complete the outfit; solid oak straight
Beauregard Furniture Co.
Rampart and St. Ann St.
SEVEN BLOCKS BELOW CANAL ST.
_ - a i i
careful attention. Call Jackson
1394 at any time and prompt de
livery of your order is assured.
A most enjoyable day was spent
at Spanish Fort this week by a jolly
crowd of young folks from our town.
Those in the party were Misses Susie
Thorning, Florence Richards. Lois
Walter. Dorothy Kraft, Mary and
Florence Clifford, Alma Pujol.
Claire Keenan. Thelma Sturtevant.
Corinne Hughes and Lillian Tufts,
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brownlee, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Herbert and baby. and
Messrs. Geo. Cunningham, Eldridge
Cillis and Tom Dupuis.
Miss Thelma Johnson, a bride-elect
of the season. was the honoree at a
shower on Sunday afternoon. She
was the recipient of many handsome
Among the guests were Misses
lone Peterson, Genevieve Hauer.
Leah Schroder, Winona Lange. An
na and Carmen Vanderlinden, Bes
sie Williams, Mary and Lena Dina
poll, Uhler Sadler Nova Sadler. Oral
Lynn, Leah Davis, Gertrude Horn,
Roy McPherson. Edward Schiei J
tel, Mesdames. E. C. Andrews, L
Ilrownlee, E. Johnson, 1. Jndi
W. F. Harvey.
A most enjoyable day s1a
last Sunday at Peach OltCC
a jolly crowd. They aaeRd
catching seven dozen perch 93
baskets of crayfish. Ft
of blackberries were plickesd
joyed by the crowd.
Those participating were.
Gerdes. Sr., Mr. and Mrs .1
Gerdes. Jr.. Mr. and Mrt* al
ler, and little Miss Vela
CHRIST IAN SCIP I 1r
First Church of Christ S
,f the Mother Church In 1tf
Nshrville Avenue and Gar e
day services at 11 a. m.a
$.ubj t. .,avti and Faller
"unda " chl a"t 9"110 a. a3t 1*
Wednesday evening eri""r
Se CIRISTIA u c0nId t a
ingclud free lecturs 0p
Science. instructioln s
workinf mentally3 and -
I 2 AsdiisliI1s