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VOL XXIX APRIL 6, No. 48
THE COST OF "DOLLING UP"
Efficiency experts of the Treasury department have figured that it costs
the country $6,000,000 in wasted time to permit the government stenographers
to "doll uap", and girls will "doll up" in spite of the government. The loss of
time is estimated at 15,000,000 hours. A year or so ago an enterprising New
York newspaper publisher with more knowledge of statistics than of the pro
fession he sought to dominate figured out that he lost several hundred dollars
a week because his reporters and copyreaders smoked, losing time striking
matches, "rolling their own" and in the manipulation of their pipes. Probes
of this kind open up limitless possibilities. For example, it would be inter
esting to learn the cost to the country of the time wasted in the clubs and -
business sanctums, doping out the best possible way to "get an edge'' on the
farmers-time not merely eliminated from the scheme of things but actually
used to destroy the reward of production. What was the value of the time
wasted In government investigation to prove the packers had exploited the
public, plus the time wasted by Attorney General Palmer in broadcasting to
the world the terrible things be was going to do the mosat trust crowd? Pas
sing to aeoter line of thought how maay human lives does it cost every year
because the government spends its time and the people's money trying to
ceaserve the life of hogs sad Ianores the ne·essity of spreading useful informa
tioa that would conserve the lives and the health of women and children? I
Idle has a cash vals. Surely It might be considered even from an econodic on
Keep on dolling up girls! Your sweet American faces bring to us a sense and
of pleasure and give as relie from a steady pondering over the more serious ee
things of life. It might be dangerous if the efficiency experts went too far. that
HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1m "t
Wy should a sa write himself a fool by passing Judgment, when the Sol
J$igmnat of today is appealed tomorrow d the court of public decisiona turns otto
it a1 upiMe down? It's better to follow old Admiral Sigsbee's advice and sa hold
ped Judgment. If we suspend it long enough we won't decide anything- or
de itely. First the world i u at, sad that was right. Now it's round and he
S that s right. Everything changes. Even modesty and morals are geographi- o
esl. When you a it u p only Truth and Justie are Sfe, so perhaps It's best
to sped our time getting rid of their counterfeits and estatehing what we g,
ae aro wib last. Where do we spt pounding some poor devil for obeying a day
S divin ,ros he has not the power to ovdreome when we might switch him had
Mon a dsrest track sad make his steam turn mill wheels nstead of tread Wil
- U idncle Job
A VALUABLE ASSET
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1GILK YSW WS-= = H m
MSSIATE OYOU CHE A w
Frtday -Blisterse ma had a suprize
on him tonite and ast a lot of us kid:
and sum girls to. I went up to Jane
and ast her cud I have a dance with
her and she Replyed and sed Yes al
eleven O'clock. I sed I cuddent sta
that late. And she sad Neither cud
she. After she saying that I refused
to Dance with her a tall.
Saturday-Me and pa was down
town shoping and bying a pear ol
Socks and we seen a girt go by in a
otto smokeing a Cigaret in a Ivrj
holder. I sed to Pa Aint that awful
for a woman to smoke Cigarets and
he sed Well 1he thot they had as good
of a Right to smoke as other People
But he dideat think they wood eve:
lern to spit strate.
Sunday-Sley sung a Solo at Sun
day skool this morning and when wi
had weat out side she sed to ma
What woodtyou do if you had a Vole
like mine. And Jake bated In an
says If I had a Volee like yourn
wood by me a wagon and a Bunch o,
bananas. Witch was very Rude t
say the lease. 1 shd all ways tel
people nice thina witch wont hur
there feeling even if you half tb
stretch the Truth a little at Time
Mrs. rix says and she shod ought t
no as she Is wirth over a 1000 dollars
OF THE CHILDREN
it The Hera will payr . eats i lo m
cash or all the paper ever week hoi
[er six maths to any address shew
f fr eack etMish ssyai priated. 2ae
sterr tod must sewer hae be
f batel. Do t expet pa
u rI e rI unll It Is pinted In
to t h Da Hp asd. n e vet Stree. . m
I wera smaeg a new baby t our
home. The baby's father suggested l
the sae d his siLter-lImaah--bat d
baby's little iater said: "O, ae, that on
mane is for am older persen. d
N. D. t .
I had jst ettsl Rebart in his
first new sUt. I said: "Well, Rlbert, dla
now oye leek Ik a real man. I think wi
- yu are a lmky little bo." :In
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPtN
F uIIO N4 uf
if'62 011 I
Monday-I was invited over to
s Dud's house for supper this evning
e and had a nice time witch I admit
h ted to his ma Before I let. It is
Lt pleasant to go away frum home now
y and oecassionally where if you spilli
d gravy on the table Cloth they smile
d at you and say 0 thats all rite it 4
dent make no difrunce. Insted of
n slaping you and running you off to
ft bed. Like I get done some times.
a Tuesday-Pa and his Boss had sum
7 trubble today on the noose paper Pa I
II run out of Na and in setting up about
1 Mrs. Coolys party sod The guests all
d Died in the Butifly decorated home
e. at High 12. Mrs. Cooly got Sore all
Wednesday-Teecher ast us when
a- the best time was to sleep and I got 1
re kep in for saying The best time to
s sleep is in the mording when you half
s to get up. Pa says Lots of Divorces
d is caused by girls falling in love with
I some Guys ldvly Dancing and marry
f ling the whole man.
to Thursday-Ms hollered at pa in the
I nite when he was saoreing and told
rt him if he wood keep his mouth shut
to he woodent make so much noise. He
, sed That mite wirk with lots of fokes.
to Yours truly,
s. GILKY SWIPES.
. . . . . . . . .
"And I think you are a lucky
mother to have two mans in your oe
houoe," he answered soberly,
M. C. R.
Four-year-old Kathleen had been m
usually nahghty and her ahther had
peanked her which surprised her con
iderbly, sdnee he ad never doae so
betore. SBoing more ftrm surprise
than hurt she sought her mother.. "I
do't like Sunday, I wish they'd never
comme," she said, between sobs. "Why, t
dear, Its the Lord's day speeilly, sad
everyone should be happy," her
mother told her. C
"Don't eare It i , Sunday keeps
daddy heme al day" she replied. Then I
wisely peeped to ea t "daddy"* were t
in hearing dstaeb. H. .H. I
BLUE BIRD SOCIAL CLUB. T
The Blue Bird Social Club met at
the home of Ida Mae Cleutat, 428 El. I
mira avenue Saturday night. Those Glear
present were Navare McNeely, Thel
ma Blakeman, Oneda Le Blanc, Agnes
Biehler, Gerelda Kraemer, Frances
Labit, Ida Mae Cleutat and Dennis'
Lorio. A game of lotto was enjoyed.
Navarre McNeely won the first prize,
Gerelda Kraemer the second and willI,
Frances Labit the, third. After the ex,ctl
lotto games, refreshments were at tia
served and dancing was enjoyed till ian res
Methodist Church Notes late Frn
jRev. C .C. Wier. Pastor. Residence The ,
236 Olivier, Phone Alg. 138. aide b
Last Sunday was one of interest Other
and activity all day. Besides the; SAD;
two services, the Sunday School younges
workers went to the First Methodist Chas. E
Church to attend the special course aged 1
that Dr. Atkinson is directing, being GRIG
assisted br some of the great spec- ma Bel
ialists in this line. It is well for us Pelican
to keep up with everything worth MEY]
while in Sunday School progless. month-(
At the morning Hour, our people Jacob 1
heard for the first time the Men's FOT(
Chorus that has just been organized years o:
by Dr. Fay, leader and Mrs. Bell LAN]
organist. It as In every way first Easter
class. The anthems and quartette prhse
and the trombone solo, the latter by contrib
Mr. S. M. Hebert were all appreci- On I
At night, Mizpah Choir and Miss deliver
Hafkesbring rendered splendid music. last lee
Of especial mention is the solo by vay ii
Miss Orrie Summers. This was the ance is
first time that tie Pastor and the next le
congregation had held services in the be give
new church with no outside assist- vorce".
ance. It was without doubt a day laxiety
full of much that was interesting. interesi
The communion service was so large pie. D
that the number of individual glasses receive
must be immediately increased. Truly on the
we are very grateful to God from Pre
whom all blessings flow. throg
PERSONALS 75th a
Mr. J. U. Melancon has received a of the
t- nice letter from Dr. F. N. Parker meet t
i dean of Emory University, Atlanta1 of our
SGeorgia. He was at one time Preeld- lns.
11 ing Elder of the New Orleans DiS
e trict. He was, at the last Genera
it ConferenCe. elected one of our Bishb
t ops and declined to be ordained. He
to sends congratulations and best wishes
to the Pastor and people. It is of Ref
n further Interest to members that Dr.
'a Parker's father, afterwards Bishop 9hc
it Parker, was once Pastor of the Al
11 giers Church.
Dr. R. H. Wynn, now Presiding Sixt
11 Elder of the Shreveport District, but Comm
at one time the Pastor of theand Be
a Church sends eongratulations and Ho
best wishes to us all. We all appr needay
elate the good wishes of so many of
our friends It is very evident that AbI
b everybody thinks that we have a the stt
great opportunity to do an unusual books
work for our Lord and Savior. ter
Ie The recent death of the Rev. W the Ct
d A. Mangham, Pastor of the Quens- Dail:
at borough Church, Shreveport, La., Week
Ie was received with deep grief by his Tuesdi
a. many friends here and at MeDonogh- day, I
ville, where he wqs for two years Luke.
Pastor. He was greatly beloved 46; Sa
- wherever he laborel.
Mrs. W. B. Warren has bees al- Hol
most easutantly at the bedside of her `
father, Mr. Jaeobe, who is eritleily
SIll at his hoem in New Iberia. Meet
Marjorie Blakeman and Tracy tes
Eatwistle were beth kept away from p.
Sunday Seheol last Suaday o se
coant of sicknes, but both ame bet
Dearro Trotter was oat agaln, after
harlg had a loag Ilnelas on aeeouat
of s aeldent to his neek. He wa
a- n the horpital seveal w ks. Sara
Our Sunday Sehool will lose two the
of the useelars, Harriet sad Hope ri
laanders, when their prerts mo ve lo
macross the rlvar.
Mrs. Frank . Rya eatetad elad
Sthe womaan's Milnemur meeasing
d Tuesday. str.h
r TheI Junior .League mat at the dwJ
Cahreh Tue'dr sisht. O
T The Quarterty Ceteres wsa they
Shold last alght at the Char with wald.
re th Pred gas ·Id, the R . J O.
SaelMag a the oheir. Jes
T- e Beard Sw wml Hont
at the Paremag i aa reguar m sore:
to-merrow alght at :I30. a
The Cteeegam elm will met at t
3:30 irday ssor:
ervices ant Sunday at 11 e. m
ead 1:30 p. m. This wlRl egm a •es
wek's service of Passion week. s
8om olvaebr as l lle seem e
V. N. adme r, Po'e. 2
The votag members e are olgr
gatlm meet temmwrr night at the
prsag. Bnsiess will be tLakes au
promptly at 1:3L.
The esteehusms will be esalned
e the latter part ef the Sem d MA
tlsi tesa t awv rbor s wleaeme.
Du·ra Hl eek the re wilW -e
speWt lilm services eery mlght
ameptin rdIn r malght. Hly oam
msnaes will ho elerate sMedasy, -
Thurday saad Geed Friday mightss ad 4
ale ae metr mermins Aminme
meets may be made bada marhas
aTe srvesr w after ihe stuares en
es precsed agshe Everyam woe
hime tl orcns Cesate m a un *
srvies wa l hoelda quarbeadan g
Thes dua wilal 1give th e aSel U
*nl easter en a as a tf C
to be agne _ Atr the hea
THE HERALD EIGHTEEN YEARS Aig
Gleanings From Algiers News And Happing~
The First Week In April 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
Believing that Herald readers, new ones s a%.l a- t,.r falthful
will t,e interested in a glimpse of Algiers events - r r.r l.l iu this
exactly nineteen years ago, when The le-rald wua ,I, 0a ;Itl trYn sy oL
at that early age it was bristling with fre-rll w t - !, , . iy the a
•and publi.her that is serving you today. We tr-lt iur 'h.tlctionsi w
interesting to all.
There was a long article "Algiers, daug
When I Was a Boy" written by the Aspe
late Frank A. Daniels. J.
The death was recorded of -hos. J. FA
Kennedy, who took a dose of carbolic of K
acide by mistake. He was survived 429
by his wife and by two sons.
Others deaths recorded are: Th
SADLER - Inez Emma Sadler, way
youngest child of Annie Daly and cros
Chas. Sadler of 334, Elmira avenue, aven
aged 1 year. whic
GRIGGS-Thelma, daughter of Wil. for
ma Bellmar and John Oregis, of 724 hous
Pelican avenue. Aged 6 years.
MEYER - Mildred Ethel, four- TE
month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. East
a Jacob Meyer of 439 Bouny street. chur
d FOTO-Guiseppe Foto, aged 79
1 years of Teche and Slidell avenues. TI
I LANDRY- Lillian, six-months-old was
,Easter envelope by Easter Sunday. A,
prfhe will be given to the highest •
On Tuesday night April 15, the
Tuesday after Easter, the pastor will
s deliver a lecture on "Marriage". The tdd.
last lecture on "Engagements" proved
vay interesting and a large attend- bue
e ance is looked forward to for this at -
e next lecture. The lecture which will Cm
a be given in May will treat of "Di
vorce". In view of the present day as
y laxiety all of these topics are highly I a
;. interesting and beneficial for our peo
e pie. Do not miss the opportunity to
receive a better Scriptual knowledge wi
y on these important questions of life.
n Preparations are being made ab
throughout our Synod to observe the
75th anniversary of the Missouri aI
Synod on May the 7th. A committee wnyi
a of the various congregations will soon
meet to decide the manner and scope no
Soff our celebration here in New Or- K
Sleans. Watch for the announcements. n
Mount Olivet Church $
Pelican Ave. at Olivier St.
S Rev. . L. Vail, Acting Priest, a
r. in Charge.
p Phones: Ofnce, Jackson 1215; a
- Residence, 2327.
Sixth (Palm) Sunday in Lent. Holy a
t Communion, 9 a m.; Evening Prayer TI
and Sermon, 7:30 p.m .
Holy Week Services-Tuesday and at t
Thursday, 7:30 a. m.; Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, 7:30 p. m.
A HOLY WEEK SUGGESTION.
Abandon light ý ad and tlke up
the study of the Bible. Read such a
books as aid devotion and live a bet- Ma
tar knowledge of the church and of 9
P the Christian faith. sBe
Daily Scripture Readings for Holy -S
, Week-Monday, 8. Mark 11, '12-19;
Is Tuesday, 8. Mark 11, 20-33; Wdnaes.
1- day, 8. Luke t2, 34; Thursday, S.
SLuke. 22, 7-30; Friday, S. Luke 23, 33
id 4; Saturday, 8. Matt. 27, 2414
EASTER DAY SERVICES. CA
Holy Communion, 6 a. m.; Holy L
Communion and Sermon, 7:30 a. mn.;
Children's Carol Service, 4 p. m.
Easter Monday, Congregationail 5
Meeting, reports of oeliers ad eleo
tion of wardens and vestrymen, 7:30 I.
- _ _ a
SChurh of the Holy
wName of Mlarya
Sarah Anne, dauhter of Olivrier
SSuatherland and Adele( 8utte. Spoe
roe: Mr. and Mrs. Jae. J. Klme..
Lloyd Edward, se a of on J. Fer
sees and Rose Laughlin. Sponsors:
Jake L. Barrols and Allee R. laugh- M
Joyee Mary, daughter of Join P.
Strehe and Adeline eth. Spoessrs:
kEdw.J. Strhiee ad Mai. 3 . C5uey.
Oladys Jesaphime, daughter e An
thorny Treedaway and Myrtle Oese- a
thwald. pombars: Wa. J. OdwaiM
. Mrs. IL. Tresiwary.
Joseph Clford, nof Jeeph C.
Hana and Bertha a. Darkes. Spoe- r
seo: John IU" Durkes ad Mpheoe
Joseph F sea s, ae oof Leoa Hu
et sad Franees RIlehardm. 8papon
sors: eanry KEi la ad Mrs. . Spits
em win beams a Call, hwe a sad , ppe I
auia a w bae, ie
-eserw tmw smti. r j -m - -
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY
Ice Mamfacured from Pure Distilled Wafr
CAFIERO ICE WORKS, ,I'
216-16-20-22 Hoier St. Phi
PRAIER BOOKS ROSARIES
nBys' 11 leather, lt edge pyer Books.. .. ........
Girls' Ivory Cver Prayer Book, with gilt edge lesas.
Oils' Ivor Prayer ooks, trimmod with pearl, gilt
leaves, each ...............e. a..
oGrl's O.e piesr Pear Cover Prayer Books, sterliags
utrinmnm agut eode leaves.................. ... .
mBock Pearl .slid, gilt edge.......................
Pauy earved pearl, gilt e. ....."
Crystal Rousries ta all colors, with sterling silver mostl,
Solid Slver asars s cases .......................
Solid Silver Boeries ktvarloms ss .i..............
OeMi Gold Berles in various sizes, in cases ......... .
Solid Geld Uesmuies...........************.***..
Gold sat Silver eslar Medals'. ..............
MEPER'S JEWELRY ST
. . aUs s gh 3t Dsr`ct. ,,
daughter of V\'lerte auntry-"
Asperion of 319, Patterson .
MACK- Jobhn Mack, 11
of Katie Laigast and Chris,, l
429 Bouny street. 4"
NEW ROUND HOUSE. A
The City Council graated a L
way to the M. I. & T R.R R
cross an unused porti:n of
avenue, Elmira and Ela
which lies beyond Atlautie
for the purpose of buildlg a
There was also accouuts g
Easter programs at the
The charter of the M~lp l
ALoInRs BAPTIST CMg ,
iev. it. T. McLeod ; tke. i,
address 1137 6th St. Phone Jen
buaday School every -:ear
at Pythias Ball, 3:15 o'eise.
CaVI CM OF TaE MOLT 1 gI
Verret sand Al af
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Padl s
I. Gunas. Rev. . P. MMc--
Phone. Algiers R.
Week Days--Mases, . "6:38 a L
saday-4, :30, 7:. t: Sad IL
Olivier St. 3 oe Ae ,
suasay-A- a. ia. ald T:. '.
Wednesday Prayer Mo
A. uhA.a art carIM UIa.
Pelicas Ave. and UStil
8. L. Vail, Phone Jackse. nS
Sunday--0 a. m., commana,,
Sunday SBool-4:45 a. >
aservsasi assaay-.e p. a.
aylar sad aUIsI
Coer Olvsen anm m a
aev. w. Ar asd .
Suny :3 a. a.
Nadu oo&-O* a. a.
r5d Crare ! Ch si t '
at Mhe ther eaek ain
Iaashvie Area SadSt.
day arvisa at 1 a. Ua .
Sunday School at :a.d
Weda se ar evalns s a
Rev. Jaeme . Albeit, .I
Masses Sunday ad Hoy
5 .5. Sunday Schoo aAs
Raptisas, Sunday, p. a.
Service. T:',J. . Hir
I-Panel doo s
zenllod wmeo ws
Scrram w indow s
Pe re swels
Squat tapered eelamr
SStaif newels r
Rail and balusters
: es& wai plaster baed
S lste earnesl ie
lana or Misalselpi W
I. ectivo ome bulders, see
of building materiL . j'