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Title W Eoz PIGGLY MORAL
A PAY FOR
"Both Right" WIGGLY The mon that aved
But High Cost o' Living Wiggly
gets jolt - EfýEAE Pig gl
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.Miss Louise llour_ ,ois has return
- rom Mobile. A.la. She was ac- he
.mPs d bome by little Maxime as
Conan who will spc'lnd awhile here t(
with her sister. MI rs T. J. Birney.
Mrs. Graf entlr'ainf d the Thurs- r
day afternoon Euchre (lub. The suc
ca.ful players were Mrs. R. A. Tan. L
g~y, DMrs. L. P. Gisch and Mrs. G. s1
. Pollock (playing for Mrs. F. Skel
y), Mrs. F. J. llor:le playing for S
irs. U'. J. Lewis? received the con- d
.ation. The n,'xt meeting will he
g the home of .Mrs. Tansey.
Like a Raincoat di
On a Cloudy Day Ir
oyou really think that Travel- C
ma Accident insurance is worth
whle?" one of our policyholders n
was asked. "Didn't you say that
yon' earried that policy for ten
years and never had an accident?"
"FIfteen years", he answered, j
"sad I've never made a claim. And
what's more, I intend to carry it a'
liften more, and I hope I never will n
have to make a claim. Why. I'm
relly beginning to believe that this
policy has kept me from having an d;
acident. Works like a raincoat en
a cloudl day. Carry it, and it t
eimse. Go without it and it rains." B
We ean't guarantee you exemp
ties from injury, but we esn amure a
you that you won't lose it you are ti
M shereias t. Phes A4es
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Com e for 1921-1922
Clasee meet at the Association
of Commerce beginning October 3.
Leb clua masts one nfght a week
Leemati, I, III,
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3malu sad Ofice Mauagemaea t
b m a.pea for usInmess
ase Coupoen for Ifaormation
KOSTON A. ALDRICH, Dean
G.ies HalL T'lane University.
=tad ma full Information about
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WHITE THE HATTER, Inc.
SUCCESSORS TO C. M. WHITE s
Have removed to our own building, No. 233 N. Rampart
Street, one and a half blocks from Canal Street.
here with more space and better equipment we are enabled
to take care of all kinds of Cleaning, Dyeing and Re- ,
blocking Ladies, Men's and Children's Hats. and Clean- I
iag and Dyeing Otrich Feathers.
We make our own blocks and are prepared to make any shape b
from sample, cut or drawing; t
r. C. M. White, president of the Company, with the most I
skilled hatters and dyers ohtainable, will endeavor to
please his many customers as in the past thirty-eight
0 t a t-utooebtle *
L Mnts wheA bto s
5Img to hae h.r t
whm Ire ar eal m mm. I
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ELMIRA GARAGE °,T.,'.,T ' -
_THE NXT MORAL
Title wier woman that no
"Nw !" 5R our teleplhone number
nl r ,. Afte 1000
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the story of . . PLA..
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Miss Norma Baker. has returned
home from Long Beach. where she
spent a week the guest of Mrs. Es
topinal and children.
Mrs. O. Hoffman and grand-child
ren. Helen and \'era Estopinal and
Helen Hiuckins ha\e returned from
Long Beach where they have been
Chester Balk. an employee of the
Southern Pacfic is enjoying a fifteen
day vacation at Lake Charles. La.
Miss Carmen Malbrough spent the
week-end in the city the guest of Misr
The many rrtends of Miss Irene
Gerrets will be glad to hear she is
doing nicely after undergoing an op
Mr. and Mrs. R. Charles are spend
ing a two weeks vacation in McComb
Mr. and Mrs. Dervois and Miss An
nette Bourgeois, motored from La
fouche, La., to spend a few days w;th
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Autin
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Katherine Drumm, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph P. Drumm, of Gret
na, to Henry Conrad Daubert of New
York is announced to take place Frl
day, September 23. at 7:30 p. m.. at
thq Newcomb Chapel. the Rev. J. C.
Miss Margie Drumm has returned
after an extended trip through sec
tions of Texas and the West, ending
her stay at Denver, Colo.
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Dameron - Pierson Co.
MAIN - 400 - CAMP
'HI-ART SOCIAL CLUB'
Music by DIXIE JAZZ
Ladies 30c; Gents 55e
Mrs. 1'. .1. Lewis returned Sunday
from a visit to Hammond, La.
The many friends of Mlaster (George
Ponti, are sorry to learn of his illness
and hope for his speedy recovery.
Messrs. W. L. McGarey, Mike lion
nelly and Sidney E. .lermunson have
returned after a trip to England and
various other ports. They were em
ployed on the S. S. City of Vernon.
Mr. B. P. Cummings has returned
from St. Louis. Mo.., where he atted i
ed the letter C'arriers 'otnv"'ntion. ate
one of the delegates.
Mrs. .. Gerretts entertained the
Matrons' Club. The successful players
were: Mrs. J. Gerrets. Mrs. . V.
Kraft. and Mrs. B. Nelson. .Mrs. R. A.
Tansey received the consolation. Mrs.
R. A. Tansey will entertain at the
E. J. Mothe spent Sunday at Gulf
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
.1. Williams was baptized Sunday at
Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church. the spon
sors being Miss Camille Mothe and
Mr. Tom Buchholz.
Mrs. E. Nelson and 'grand-children.
Iredale and Hunter Cunningham, who
have been spending the summer at
LDel Rio. Tex., are now at Raceland.
La. They expect to be home about
October 1st. fi
Mr. A. J. Gendusa has returned from su
Memphis. Tenn. sp
Mr. James Moffett of our town. gr
has returned home from New York.
The Junior Order will give their sa
second dance at the Avenue Academy -it
on Saturday. October 1st. Music will of
be furnished by a popular jazz band. Mt
All are invited to attend. so
Miss Ruth Pettigrove has returned
ftom Monteagle, Tenn.
Hugh Lilly left for Gallman. iliss..
where he will attend High School. w
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Richardson, of
left last week for Colorado to spetld do
The 'Merry Maids will give a dance fa
at the Avenue Academy. Saturday. D
October 8. Music will be furnished M
by Brownlee's Jazz Band. A good H
time is assured all who attend. Re- G
freshments will be sold. pI
IMrs. L. Dominguez announces the w
marriage of her daughter, Louise to 01
Mr. J. W. Berthelot. son of Mr. and M
Mrs. Frank Berthelot. of Seguin St., B
the wedding taking place. W\Vdnes- .
day, September 21st.. at 1:30 o'clock G
at St. Peter and Paul's Church. g
tMrs. Miller of Eunice. La.. stopped
over here a few days with relatives v
after a month's stay with her daugh- a
ter, Mrs. Coy Hall, of Evansville. Ind
Mrs. Clif. Gussman. left last week
for Athens, Ala., to visit her mother
Mrs. Coy Hail and baby, of E1vans- 1
ville spent a few days here en route y
to Eunice, where she will remain a Il
month visiting relatives. m
Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard and daugh- ti
ter, Hilda of 500 Slidell Avenue, are tI
spending sometime in Lake Charles,
Captain Charles Clasen announces
the approaching marriage of his
daughter Myrtle. to Mr. Herbert '
Vinyard, the wedding to take place w
at Trinity Lutheran Church on Sep- s
tember 28th. Relatives and friends o
are invited through this medium. ft
SCHOOL BELLS RINGING
McDONOGH No. 4 NOTEB.
Prior to the formal opening of the t,
New Orleans Publiv Schools, ad
Teachers' Institute was held at the A
Shrine Mosque, Wednesday, Thursday g
and Friday of last week. g
Quite an instructive and interesting ri
program was carried out and despite si
the intensely hot dwys, the program S
was fully appreciated as were the L
many ideas and methods which were A
presented by such noted educators as II
Drs. Shaw, McMuray, Evendon, Miss E
Day and others. Especially interest- 11
aing were the demonstration teachings
by State Superintendent Harris, in
which scientific procedure of Instruc
tion was stressed and the drawings of
Mr. James of the University of llli
nois which still linger as helpful aids. (
The formal opening of the public
schools took place Mbnday, Septem. (
ber 19, and very gratifying is our en- I
rollment, especially in the primary
departments, there being over 60 pu
pils in the second grade. Parents are
urged to send their children in the be -
ginnintg of the school session and now ,
is the time. e
As the board supplied the bulk of
the material to the pupils this year.
work was begun with practically no
lossa of time.
The board has also engaged the ser- I
vices of eight nqw nurses, so all pu
pils from the kindergartaen through the 1
As Uncle Sam Moved Fighting
Front to Virginia Mountains
r. y :;ý, "" '", ,:.....
.triking coal minerrs in the West Virginia fields were quick to
,. lit. the folly of resistancec as the first troop train of Uncle Sam's
Fihtng men arrived at St. Albans and started up into the Mingo coa
csector. as pictdred here. In command was Gen. H. H. Randholtz.
fifth grade will be under the direct t
supervision of a school nurse. Only
special cases in the 6, 7. and 8th
grades will be examined.
We are glad to welcome back our
same faculty with one exception. Miss
Judlin, who has been granted a leave
1 of absence, and we are pleased to have
Miss Ellen O'Donnell as permanent
substitute for this session.
NcD)ONOGH No. 5.
Our school opened Monday morning
with an enrollment of 364 pupils, 58
, of whom are new pupils. In the kin.
d dergarten are 20 girls and 14 boys.
Several changes have been made in the
e faculty sinc last year. Miss Elfreida
Deick has been appointed to succeed
d Miss Thomas who is now principal of
i Howard School No. 1. while Misses
Grace Hindelang and Hejen Klos re
place Misses Hotard and Hale who I
e were married during the summer. The
o other members of the faculty are:
d Misses. Lillie Ott. vice-principal. Helen
Berger. Margie Drumm. Juanita Heit
meter. Clara Mahoney. L. Schmiege,
k Georgina Johnson. Helen Graham. Mar
d Everyone 'has returned with new
s vigor and prospects are favorable for
a most successful year.
k BELLEVILLE SCHOOL NOTES.
r- The pupils of Belleville School are
all back to continue their studies.
3- Many new pupils were enrolled this
e year, the pupils who were conditioned
a last year are studying very hard to
make up the time they have lost. The
i- teachers have been very busy since
e the opening of school.
s On Monday night, Mr. and Mrs.
t M. J. Fegan of 432 Q}ivler Street,
e were c5mpletely and most agreeably
) surprised by the arrival of a band
S of music and a large number of their
friends at their home. The occasion
was the fifth anniversary of the
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Fegan.
Very many useful wooden presents
were received by the host and host
The band remained until half past
e twelve; while the party enjoyed
a dancing. Those present were Misses
a Rose Anna Dady. Viola Dady, Mar
y guerite Sauers. Beradette Torre
gano, Mildred Barrols, Bernice Bar
g rols, Thelma O'Brien. Messrs. Juri
a sich, S. Marcey, M. Theriot, Robert
n Staples, B. Sauers. T. Schneldau,
a Messrs. and Mesdames A. Browne.
e A. Buck, N. Barrois, J. Barrois, and
a little son Jules, H. W. McKernan.
Is Robert Scott and M. J. Fegan and
t- little diughter, Ruth.
n CRAVEN AND LAN GB(T
i- On Tuesday, at a meeting of the
s. Council, the contract for the repair
Ic ing and paving of the streets in our
L- district was awarded to Craven and
" Lang for the sum of $15,805. The
7 ordinance will be promulpated tomor
a- row and acording to the bids of Cra
vyen and Lang they must begin on
or before October 1st, and the re
w pair work to be completed by Nov
Af The conditions of the streets in
r. Algiers was inherited from our last
0 pMmllistration. The people odthis
side of the river will be more than
r- pleased to know that all the paved
u- streets will be put in perfect order
lO for the first time in years.
:t HISTORY OF FERRY FRANCHISE.
Y (Continued from Page 1)
I see done by the City and other
r public boards. but the small added
cost would be practically nothing
compared to what we now pay.
at From the figures in the possession
of the Honorable Commissioner of
Public Property, you can readily see
how easily practicable and profit
able is municipal ownership of the
The City has had and has many
difficult problems to solve. The
Sewerage and Drainage and the Belt
a Railroad problems are solved, while
d you are about to solve the garbage
A disposal and the railways problems.
The ferry problem compared to any
of the subjects mentioned, is a mere
o bagetelle-a cent among hundreds
of 20 dollar gold pieces, for the prob
lem has been worked out for you by
m others. The ferry proposition in my
t. lifetime has made for its various
e. lessees three large fortunes. All
,r. other problems have come before you
coupled with a vast amount of .un
w certainty, whereas this problem
or comes before you solved, with the so
lution showing large revenues to the
City and immense profits to the
lessees. You know before hand the
result of the problem in this case.
It is a certainty of large profits.
1i We ask the Council to give care
ful consideration of this matter from
to our point of view, as the deep seated
ie conviction is in on us, that the moral
cc side of the question is with us. as
are also equity, fairness and justice.
DANCING PROVIDES EXERCISE
FOR HEART PATIENTS.
To say that you are sick will be a
ly poor excuse for not attending the
ad dance to be given to-night at West
wego by the "Hi-Art" Social Club
says Chairman Joe Lamana. When
asked by a Herald reporter to ex
e plain "how a person could derive any
s physical benefit from dancing", he
went on to explain, adding a few
fantastic steps to make his explana
tion clear. Mr. Lamana said "Dane
ing is part of the treatment given
those convalescing from heart dis
r- ease at the Burke Foundation the
great institute at White Plains, New
York. Dr. Frederick Brush, medical
director there, stated in a report
given out recently, that modern danc
ing has not produced any bad re
sults but on the contrary the exer
cise has been of great benefit as a
valuable form of physical exercise in
the reconstructive-convalescent stages
of heart disease." Mr. Lamana
says a bus line will be run between
the terminus of the car line at Mar
rero, and the Westwego Dancing Pa
ur The Amerisca Society of Mechanical
nd Engineers has declared that there is
he a huge waste In present day styles.
or- Yes, the word "waste" Is spelled coa
re- The good ship Esperanto has fona
v dered in the Atlantle, but the advo
cates ef the unlversal language refuse
in to see any omen in the disaster.
If the doctors should decide to adopt
'c the pinn for fixing a schedule of fs
let themn not forget that this is the era
of rev:ea'n dowmWvarid.
SPECIAL- -SATURDAY ONLY
' 12 Size, ,.20- ear Co'!J $ 12.so
, 5-] '. Patria .f .r.$12.t50
15-JcnJw. Pdtihi ~ 1n',ii Ta
M. J. Rosenthal & Co.
V EExclusive Jewelers
113 Baronne Main .19
THINGS THAv NEVER HAPPEN
TM iS ENTLEMANS
MtOME AS J'.ST
BY A FOURTEeEN
POuNO BOY AND
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WHERE TO BUY WHAT YOU fa
BEING A STORY ABOUT PIGGIW A
WIGGLY SYSTEM AND ITS a
Rendering a valuable and indias
pensible service to people everywhere. m
Piggly Wiggly stores offer day by -
day groceries and feed provisions at
prices that are beyond question
money-saving values. Piggly Wig
gly stores, conducted on the "cash
and carry plan." offer to the house
wife the opportunity to visit these
stores and there select, with her own
hands, the different articles desired,
and it is then only necessary that
the polite and cheery cachier total
the amount of purchases. To the
thrifty and economical housewife
this system must certainly strongly
appeal. You at all times pay as you
buy, thereby eliminating the large
monthly credit bills that accumu
late from the book charge system
The establishment of the Piggly
Wiggly system of buying groceries
and food provisions is, and has been,
a boon to the laboring man. It is,
and has been, the means of keeping
down ever mounting high expenses,
and enables the household to know
just how it stands financially at all
times. Piggly Wiggly stores are
likewise patronized by the wealthy,
and people known to be worth thou
sands may be seen at Piggly Wiggly
stores touching elbows with the
wives of laboring men, who, while
the husbands are tolling, the lady
of the house is doing the marketing.
Because of the high quality of
products handled, with the serve
self plan of marketing is the reason
for the large success that Piggly
Wiggly Stores have attained. That
people generally approve of Piggly
Wiggly system is attested by the
Foto's Folly Theatre
BUNDAY. SEPT. mth--All-Star Cast in 'The Witching Hour". Runshine Comedy,
"Who's Who". Fox News.
MONDAY. SEPT. Mth-Wanda Hawley in "Outside Woman" Art Accord in 'The
White Borseman". Ford Weekly.
TUESDAY. SEPT. 37th-Tom Mix In "Hands Off". Star Comedy. Screen Snapshots.
WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. Ugth-Metro Speial Production in "I'nse.n Forces". Juanlta
Hansen in "The Lost City". Serial. Black and White Cartoon.
TIURSDAY. SEPT. lth-Pearl White in "Know Your Men". Rollan Comedy. Fox
FRIDAY. SEPT. St-Elleen Percy in "Maid of the West". Eddie Polo in "Do or
SATURDAY. Oet. 1IBob Hampton of Placer". starrling Wesley Barrie and All-Star
cast. Marshall Nfehlan production. Pathe Review.
Admseioem sun~d. Mmead., Tuseder. Wedaseday and Thuradag. I- ad 7I CVets.
Admled srlde ae 5 ardp . 11 sad S Ct p.
Deens spas Week Days, 6:p p . .. S ew p. .
fact that all stores continually show
a gain of new customers.
Piggly Wiggly store at Opelonasm
Avenue, near Olivier street, has been
a business institution of Algiers
about twelve months. It is gratify
ing to the management that ihe
store has enjoyed a very liberal pat
ronage since its opening.-Advertlise
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