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George E. Walters, of 1426I
street, returned home Tuesday
freo a brief visit to the home
lsister, Mrs. Galas, of El Paso.,
lotion picture and vaudeville
will be given at the H. N. G. C.
oa May 26th for the benefit
Tnrekk repair funds. It will be
by the Daughters of Isabella.
, 10-20 cents. Pay at the
a May 24th the Merry Maids will
a dance at the Avenue Academy.
p time will be in store for all
1.o Gouidrey left Tuesday for
to spend a while with her
Mr , paul Borne has returned after
stay with her sister, Mrs. J.
SWilli s, of Etate street.
I r. MeK. Vesien and little daugh
- Clarise are home from Alexan
;a., where they spent two
.~.and Mrs. J. Morvan and Mr.
r s. J. Beday spent Sunday as
aest of Mrs. O. J. Malbrough.
·I . O. J. Malbrough entertained
SJames Albert and family at tea
Edward Nussaly has recover
a aserloua Illness.
W. Noeon was a week-end
to her sister of Algiers.
Ed. Nasty and daughter, Ed
epet Sunday Ia Algiers.
si. eutAi thee eeatracter is
w thi elss at the laber per
e he elest aty the material
aIn. 3ir .ae who mast take the
_-litr material sat cas
t p me at the reassas Hertman
i s M la ge percstage of the
eimastss whoi ya me a
deg Hertman's lumber
- m l N is pltieelsr.
e iep talems i at stam. and
as aiseles Y >..>i e his
- eegatl; the seud the wen
h e at Haertmea's piies ea
Nowr age sigl .
il -sm u L. pees est
big at eetmas. It a ase
is hee So pmeMP#
elmrs, Nema se a warn
b l eet a z ss sm.
im as sequet.
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* # SLIDE.FOR-LIFE
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
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Mr. and Mrs. S. Boudreaux have
returned home after a week's stay in
Mrs. H. Robeau and daughter, El
vira, spent Sunday in Algiers.
Mrs. P. A. McCloskey entertained
Mrs. P. Hentz of Nashville, Tenn., at
Mrs. H. Webster spent Thursday
in Algiers the guest of her mother.
Mrs. C. V. Kraft entertained the
Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club.
The successful players were Mrs. L.
F. Gisch, Mrs. P. O. Cafiero, and
Mrs. C. V. Kraft. Mrs. U. J. Lewis
received the consolation. The next
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
The many friends of Mrs. John
O'Brien will be pleased to learn that
she has been brought home from St.
Miss Alice Judlin will be one of
the soloists at the concert, to be
given by Prof. Henry Wehrman at
the Elk's Home on May 23rd.
Miss Christine Rauschkolb is
spending a few weeks in Franklin,
Little Mary Gertrude Escousse,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Es
cousee, has recovered from an opera
tion for the removal of tonsils and
The annual Sunday school picnics1
of Mt. Olviet Episcopal Church and
of Trinity Lutheran Church will take
place Saturday at City Park.
The many friends of Mrs. Robi
chaux of Evelina and LeBoeuf
streets will be pleased to see her out
Mrs. Clabare Juno entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Troeeclair (formerly Miss
Eugeala Albert) )at tea Thursday
Mr. Charles Bergeron, of Thibo
daux, is visiting relatives in Algiers.
Mr. and Mrs. Champion will leave
shortly for Thibodaux to be gone
Mr. George Pleon was a visitor to
Thdbodaux last week.
The band of the Santa Maria Coun
cil, K. of C., accompanied the New
Orleans party of knights to Biloxi
Sunday. A large delegation repre
seated the Allers knights. 'l
The marriage of Miss Prederies B.
Stansbury to Mr. Huglh . Humphrey'
will take place Wednesday. June 1st,
at the Church of the Holy Name of.
Mary at 5:30 o'clock.
The kindergarten will hold a penny
party this aftereoon from 3 to 6 p. m.
ownar IMW tEs
Wmfl P~ft SAMw L
MAIN - 400 - CAMP
at the school. The proceeds will go
towards the treasury of the Kinder
garten Mothers' Club. There will be
no admission fee and a good time is
promised to all who attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Labrau were week
end guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Ford and baby are
spending a few days at Coving
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stenger and Miss
Mamie Stenger spent Sunday at
Mr. Edwin Wolf. of Jefferson Col
lege spent Sunday in Algiers, the
guest of Mrs. O. J. Malbrough.
Mrs. C. Corbett entertained the
Matrons Club on Tuesday. The suc
sessful players were Mrs. L. Brookes,
Mrs. C. Corbett and Mrs. L. F. Gisch.
Mrs. P. O. Caflo received the conso
lation. The next meeting will be at
the home of Mrs. Gisch.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Engler left last
week for Hot Springs. Ark. and Wash
ington. D. C.
The Friday Night Euchre Club met
at the home of 'Miss M. Neff. The
successful players were Mrs. H. Acker.
Mrs. Fallon and Miss Stella Abribat.
Mrs. F. Goebel received the consola:
tion. The next meeting will be at
the home of Mrs. J. Owens. "
A IMother's Club. in connection with
the local Child's Welfare Association,
will be formed tonight at the local
courthouse. All those who are inter
ested in this club are asked to be
Mr. J. C. De Armas, Sr. has returned
after spending a few days on the
The many friends of Miss Clemence
Sperier will be glad to hear she is
convalescent at her home in Pacific
Somebody Is forever dolng something
hr the farmer, but nobody seems to
love the city fiat dweller, upon whom
the prosperity of the farmer largely
Our conception of a man who stands
at the top of his professioa, remarks
American Legion Weekly, is the high
wayman who held up a theater ticket
scalper in Chicago.
iaby.Carrlages for Pihers.
There is a man in Redondo, Cal,
who wheels a perambulator to the deck
every time he goesm bsblng Minding
the baby while he waits for a bites
No; his perambulater eestaas Asiny
taekle and eorted hat, arraged
neatly ia drawers and ea shelves.
'Ther is no child present.
At the froet of the perambulator
there is a seat en which the hibermas
its while he angles for small Ash. At
the back of the perambulator there is
a hasets that holds a large fshnag
pole set for large ish. A small cement
garage beese the perambulator when
it is not behlg ued. There is a drop
door to the garage. which when et
down serves as a rnsawy.-Popelar
SETTING PACE FOR MIGHTY RUTH
4 1 1', 35" A 2 - I' k
"Bingo" George Kelly, irst baseman of the New York Giants, and
nephew of the former big leaguer, Bill Lange, has startled baseball fans
by jumpin out. in front of the mighty Babe Ruth in knocking home
runs. Ruth,,after- breaking all records with 54 home runs last year.
got away-to a flying start this year with six circuit smashes in the first
three weeks of play-but Kelly went him one better-with seven. It is a
great race. Pictures shows how Kelly holds the bat for a sharp, well.
timed swinging blow which meets'the ball squarely.
nchw o tefrerb~ t~trBilInc, hrrrldbr9rlfn
The Olympians, a 59-inch team
from Algiers, won their eighth con
secutive game Saturday when they
defeated a select team measuring
about 66 inches picked to beat them.
in an 11-inning game. This team is
undefeated and will play any 59 or:
60-inch team in the city. For games
write to Harry Israel, 235 Belleville
street, or telephone to him at Main
C. MORRIS HUTRLS NO HIT
GAME AGAINST CITY
Charles Morris, youthful southpaw
hurling for the Algiers Tigers, helped
the team to wil their thirteenth vic
tory of the season by pitching a no
hit game against the Red Dots of
New Orleans. Not only did he pitch
a no-hit game, but he also fanned
fifteen of the twenty-three men that
faced him. Morris also got a home
hun, three bagger, two bagger and
a single at five times to the bat.
Now to talk of the home run Tal
bot made, it was his first of the sea
son, but maybe it wasn't a wallop.
Talbot also slammed out a two sack
A. Peterson and H. Schroeder
walloped out two long three-base hits
in the first inning. The followaing
is a summmary of the game:
Two-base hits, Talbot, Morris and
Schroeder; three-base hits., Schroe
der, Peterson, Morris; home runs,
Morris and Talbot; stolen bases, Le
gendre, Schroeder, Peterson, 2, Tal
bot, Gilder. Morris 2, , H. Adams, 2,
Hottffman, Manginie. 2 double plays,
Breaud to Mahe. to Manginie. Struek
out by Morris 15, by ernat 3; bases
on balls of Morris 2, off 1rust4.
Time of game, 2 hours. Umprie,
A bright tem-year-old girl, whoe
ather was addicted to amateur phbe
tography, attended a trial at court the
other day lar the Arst time. This we
her aecouat et the dge's charge:
"The Judge made a klna spea to the
Jury So 12 men, and then sent them ed
late a little dark room to develop."
Intrieealee ef a Wateh.
It might be latereestlg to the am,
age person who carries a watch u a
matter of course, to know that M
cemprimes 175 dtlbrest pieces the
manufacture of which embraces soim
2,400 differet epaurtea
Do Yes Know Kapert
1e Dorsee esmphorwoed or kapel
hs a prosomeesl camphor odor when
fresh, says the America Verntr
Magaian. It belmag tohe dapter
arp famly, seartly al of the tress
which are rmiees
When Mlkt Is Abest to Tum."
If yea thamt milk is NearIa the
"tesm" a pinch et baelg soda eaw
evercemes the dlsealty ad saes the
milk as wll as th "day," Isa am
M ma and te peeI sueI
Trait a Oemalh.
Tle tmoe so e.mu mi fenl
I u"ft Its ows Mmd when neesstg
esmpes, seys the Amhints Vrmv
Magesias and in samseWein leul
when weduw s a t m,, nm
I moted a bnias i thi a eet a
Dk sm." sa a pet. Well, we a
pond e au y the ast st that Mof at
A. sef . Wle a host (ateer 0 d
to eemem nesems of 8hoets)o mast
be spc to a lile bhses I W
he-am"eINw * L
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By KATE EDMONDS
t, 1'21, Wltera NeowMpaper tLaaI)
There was great excitement in the
social circles of Mayville when the be
successor to the practice of old Dr.
Cyrus Dall arrived. For forty years ca
the latter had been the chosen physi- to
clan of the town. When he had sold oc
his practice to Dr. Brian Eversley, a he
Iyoung, handsome and wealthy mew- tl
her of the profession, all Mayville was of
agog. and speculaticin and gossip held pl
the various social coteries in a kind of di
pleasant thrall. w
The young doctor had purchased ni
The Oaks, a beautiful estate near the c:
edge of the village. A maiden sister ci
was to be his housekeeper. When a n
new automobile and some wonderful e'
house furnishings arrived, Miss 'Cyrille
Rushton,. aged thirty, but passing for i.
twenty-two, as the real leader of the b
real social set of Mayville, was said L
to brighten up at a chance to once n
more angle for a husband.
The young doctor arrived, and he p
was not a disappointment. He was si
something more than handsome-ear- 51
nest, affable and intellectual. He was
pleased at the gracious attentions of ri
Miss Rushton, and it seemed to Inter- h
est him to listen to the ceaseless chat- r
ter of Miss Dorman.
The Ladies Aid society held weekly -
meetings in an old store, which had v
been neatly fitted up for them. The
society clothed the ragged, fed the
poor and had done some free nurs- tl
ing-Miss Dorman very little, how- D
ever. She acted as the ornament of b
the group. As to the haughty Miss n
Rushton, all she pretended to do was c
to donate the raw material for the n
really Industrious ones of the club to c
sew Into garments. M
One of these latter was Nettle Lane, '1
who sat in a corner of the room now, ,
engrossed in the task of making four
tiny night robes. The rest of the
group were chattering and gossiping.
Whenever Doctor Eversley's name was
mentioned, Nettle's eyes brightened
with Interest. It was mentioned very1
"The way Cyrille Rushton has set
her cap for the doctor Is simply bra- I
sea," observed Sarah Bates, who had
graduated Into old maidenhood several I
"Not half as bold as Breda's sly
puss wpy," broke in cynical, wasy
armed Selina Marton. "She pretended
to have neuralgia, Just to get the doe
Plain, quiet Nettle smiled to her
self. She was happy In knowing that I
the doctor had made quite a friend
and confdant of her. Miss Eversley
had taken a decided fancy to her. Net- I
tle was, la fact, very close to the doe- I
tor; something In their matures har I
If anybody had told Nettle that
1 these ripening friendships Indicated a
ehance to apture the handsome young
physician, she qeald have been over
Swhemed with cofusale. Seuh an Idea
had nem r entred er smnible itte
Nettle finished her week somwhat
late and went home Miss Rushtoa 1
came In, then the lady presildent, and
then a mmmeaue arrived. He brought
a no ate ftee Doctor vernleg. It was
addressed to the seloty. A coat
I gles salkness had broken out In a
Spor famlly without means or meads.
SCould the asolety appeoint som eas
- to gve hal a dsy ter a week to day
nusng o ar two lttte chldren In the
, The grep gradally bre ep a nda
Sthe decteM's note relsved o reply.
Sthat aftereen D ier r aere
atemobile stppedt beat o the
Speor hems where bli erlee. ware ie
sely meee. . -a a trUe diimp
-atn t reetga m reegattle at
hils mesm" an ha ind died to emles
the mpatdes at Me dter. Hs
I knrek brert a eat bIer wearig
SmrN cap and swa to the ote.
"Ye, it Is " Nettl M e mea bac.
"Y are m an O l," satM Doctor
Uveraley with heightened color as he
entered the dck roses.
Never had a poor family sock repal
donatioas as thoes releved by the
a ao ew ander the ear. t Doetor
S~Eerbsley as apkyla and Nettle Lane
eiaetlngs en tr emt quat low end
far betwee fbr the doctr.
When the trth tlget ot that the
esatasloes feature ea the ease did net
estad beyond Ight meales Mi
auehto bit her lip and Mien Dormu
demouneod Nettle as a schemer.
"T, s le ea ea tL reat pleusres
at a pstelqea Itl* sM Doce
ruterl, a he and Nettle walked
away fees the hoe where the bd
tokn. the part at tree ministern
ta teok a sadea Jourey to alativee
ad Mien Dema miagd besm the
Laddles' AMe oselet. Yas Hmes in the
weekly dam e en krItnat on
ee mse, amy brether is a ve pe
Ieal y ~ m ," was the woay Mi
3verey e l the isitahtle "Ha
thinks, en I th, t a oed amN
makes a led doedmi wib."
a Asmeo e Plmeel mbeem. tr
at the ga family, his asumed a dli
aet matinl igmo emne and hasI
been recoganlas as Asltrla's heel
Buy UNION MADE SHOES
for Men and Boys
Ai *T RWIT:te
By WILLIAM FALL
(o. 1921. Westera Newspaper Umiom.)
The Little Gray Lady had left our
It was all the more astonishing be
cause she had lived there, so Mrs. Pot
ter said, for fourteen years. She had
occupied that little half bare room of
hers on the top story nearly all of
that time. When she had come, most
of us young fellows had been children
playing Indians and making mud pud
dings. Nobody hail thought that she
would ever leave. She went out every
morning at 8:30 to her work-she was
c'ashier in some otlice downtown-and
came back promptly at six; she had
no friends; she never went out in the
We looked at each other In aston
ishment that evening at the dinner ta
ble when Mrs. Potter told us. No, the
Little Gray Lady had given no expla
nation. She had merely said, very
sweetly, that she was going away, had
packed her trunk and gone, giving
some address In a modest uptown
"Perhaps she's gone to get mes
rled," suggested Parsons, a shock
haired youth who sat at Mrs. PottePs
"Mr. Parsons, there isn't any man
worthy of her." said Mrs. Potter so
verely, and to that he heartily agreed.
I remember that night vividly, for
we were all engrossed by the news
that Governor Cowper had pardoned
Melchior Jetley, the murderer. Jetley
had served seventeen years for the
murder of Sam Briggs. Jetley had re
cently married a very charming wo
man, the daughter of a fashionable
clergyman of our town. Their short
married life was singularly happy.
They had been married about eighteen
months when Jetley was called West
on business. Somebody-some busy
body-sent him a telegram which
brought him back In a hurry. He west
home; Mrs. Jetley was not there. The
scared maid told him she had gone to
Kling's restaurant, frequented by a
rather flashy "sporty" set Jetlay
went there In a hansom, entered, saw
his wife seated at a table with Sam
Briggs, drinking a cocktail. Jetley
pulled out a revolver and shot Brigp
He was tried, sentenced to death,
and had his punishment commuted to
imprisonment for life. After seventeen
years Governor Cowper pardoned him.
And the imprisonment, and the pars
don, too, divided society Into two hobt
ly antagonlistl camps.
"Look at it this way," said Parsea,
"The man shot a fellow ma In cold
biood. The law prescribes a penalty
for murder. It should have been e
I maintained that it was every msa
duty to defend his home. We wale
divided half and hal.
"I don't believe the taking et it
Is ever Justifed." put in Cranbeen
ear Socialist boarder. "Jetly was e
victim of his eoveratment. How
of a would noet have dome the asmi
esides, did you fellows ever st to
think that ha may have had loved a
who weaould s r more than be hr i
"You're a sstiltmetal," M.egi .
Paras. "I'd Il to have a leat d
Jetley when he arrives at the ta Ii
to-orrow. Th papem rey hal eep
dews a the S:2A I gue thele'ft
a mob to sighttsers."
rTe, ready to mob m," mad M.
"Well," I lmtpee d, ms 's we
The trals ams in half an her th .
We were jammed - me the heart at
huge threa that Leebs the 7 ls
Sdenly a e rs t weet u te,
I hml" ther yeed, hat's hml" As
1 they surged rwar ad ohet Mm.
SThen tnu the emwd a ute mt
man prsed ha wfoldcag aMed he
- mtrmagest mae by saws s-pe,-humah
endowed strenat. Shbe wmt p to
thred man ad put her arms ran M
neyk and kised him, nd the tred ag
r dropegd his bagad stare at her
s aid omethIg seatly and thea em
ered his tfae with hs asnds; sad I
I was near enough to o the al
,ItrickIan btween his yangera. And the
r woman was thim Little Oray Ladyl
STats all I w. That l si t
tell, and I do't know her name, whi
I wan't that of he wif, but mlly he
I bee asn.smed. rnm oly ee
what I saw before tbh paelle Ip
en sway, and the tired man set
1Litttle Gray lady die ared fme
s sgt fre ever.
Tgmma' ChUrea. -
SPople ber a Tuesday (Mml
r dar) have a ovig thes qammelagm
I peiatm; heet lved, a lB
I nrtllaers They will hav a imb
SIals a fortune in a m ea se.~--
tnes eraudaent way, They wvil he
danger of womnds a the hind i
Sharts mfm stee lisea . 1Wi
w woue make - genrls or Iselum
inee eers, and weald be mu
et by me at the Lgheu t au tar C
beavry. Thy weld mel am
St sear mea death. r s we1 a
* , marry n esl we t have u~
"I tshough yam e sady bed a Ie
i the new play."
nThat's fesl yl Idat Jma Sat
ij "Well, you meat ha winke4d d
lda the perfermance."