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MILA. A. Cotter. S. end
00-0 fie, New Mlcxico. to give
gj36tloS to the priesthood comi
Mstr Moulton, a young TI
idained a dtlacon at Clut
g Hy Name of Mary Adar
"10 th,. an im and
1 the Fifth District rece
_ iil be held at the home mee
Atbott n Seguin street. P. C
SFmested to be pres-: TI
Iry wI mportant. at ti
_ f Baucum of CGulfpoirt. SUCc
- .35 the week here. Wil
Miss Carlotta Kraft spent the week
end at a house party at Pass Christian, so
given by the Sophomore Class of New- of
The Thursday Afternoon Euchre pC
Club met at the home of Miss J. W. th
Adams. The successful players wle fo
Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Mrs. R. A. Tansey. wl
and Mrs. A. Graf. Mrs. F. Goebel Al
received the consolation. The next ca
meeting will be at the home of Mrs. in
P. O. Cafiero.
The Once A Month Euchre Club met Cl
at the home of Miss Lena Krogh. The h(
successful players were: Mrs. R. J. .
Williams, Mrs. G. W. Pollock, (play
ing for Miss Clairia Richards,) Mrs.
S. Y. Boylan and Miss Lena Krogh.
Mrs. J. Owens recewved the consola
tion. The next meeting will be at t
the home of Mrs. Owens.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. a
Chris Rouprich, sympathize with them
in the loss of their baby girl. a
FRENCH TOWN COFFEE
NONE BETTER a
S37 TOULOUSE ST.. H 3806
opovich Millinery shop a
504 Freldhuae St.
amuoases a comiplete showlag of
FASHIONABLE AND STYLIMB SPRING IL
S AND SI'UMMER MILLINERY tl
PRICES TO MDEET ALL PURSEBS
For s0 Years Freaneme Street's Leading
Good News For Sufferers
Mr. GRAY, Health Teacher -
b of THE RED INDIAN MEDICINE CO.
.is in town for an indefinite period.
COME AND SEE HIM IF YOUSUFFER
FREE FREE FREE .
B qig today. Thursday. April 6. GRAY will rive
- geeral health advice to all who come to see him. He can
be aemn da from 9 a. m. to 9 p. l. at Stumpfs Drus Store
901 Teche streea Algier, La.
Cosrt M oeo and have a t& with theheath te.achr. c
` 'cnetL ever RPep*
A li W f W lim
w ere l.
Suit **** *
·:~j~.:. Ik:..·lic. ~ I
Mr. James Aikman is spenading
some time in Tunica, La., the guest
Louis Lutz, Jr., 18 years old, of
Powder and Alix streets, was sent to
the Presbyterian Hospital last week
for treatment of injuries *ustained
when he fell while at work on the new
Algiers dry dock at the head of Peli
can avenue. He is steadily recover
The Thursday Afternoon Euchre
Club will meet this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. P. O. Cafiero.
All colors cannot lw set by the same
method. Salt. for instatce., is ex
tremely effective in setting blues,
pinks and some reds. A large table
spoonful is required to a gallon of luke
warm water. Black cottons or Mback
and-white checks need stron er salt
water to be effectite, and sometimes
a little turpentine may t! added to
i the water. soak the materals in luke
warm water. Soak browns, deep yel
lows and tans in a solution of one cup
ful of vinegar to a gallon of lukewarm
water to set the color. When the light
er shades of yellows and tans become
faded, the color can be restored by
adding strong coffee to warm rinsing
water.-From the Designer.
. TAK THI PLACE
AMONG FOREMOST FASHIONS. h'
S fHE story of scarfs is long and gethe
S much diversified, for scarfs range appe
all the way from the usual knit- The I
ted ones of medium length and width, lets t
in wool or silk yarns, to splendid af- throu
fairs of rich brocaded silk with wide when
borders of fur. These last make a disap
new and gorgeous addition to wraps and a
for evening wear and are draped on borde
the figure like a shawl or mantle. and t
But scarfs for dressy evening wear make
Interegt few people as compared to sort
thosetor daytime. Fashion hs taken sho
a sadden facy to make much of these SB
and approves them in several styles. mate
Foremost among then are the angora tones
models for street and sport wear open
that may be described as wide and them
_ wider, and along with them the nar- lik, I
rower scarfs of angora or other wool white
yarns, or of silk. that are worn with amor
tailored suits and frocks. play
Very wide angora scarts are con
verted into wraps by tle simple ex
pedient of furnishing them with a
long yarn girdle. finished with heavy
yarn. tasels ait the ends. This glrlle
is of three strands of yarn. l,laited to
DICKENS' MEN Lot
Turvey-Drop-A conceited danclang don
master In "Bleak House."
Montague Tigg-A clever Impostor 124&
in "Martin Chuzzlewlt." who lives by ed to
his wits. Jo
Qulp-A hideous dwarf; rmuntng,
malicious and a perfect master la toe
menting; in "Old Ourlosity Shep"
Traddles-A simploe honest young
man in "David ppereld," who be
lieves in everybody and everything.
Waekhrd Squers-A vulgar, co
eelted, ignorant schoolmaster, over
bearing sad mean, ia "Nicholas Mlckioe
Tom Pitch-lI "Martin Cuaslt,"
diasntguibed by his guileleseaesk his
oddty and his eshanstless sod
rain-An old Jew n "Oliver Twist."
who nemleys young persons e both
sense to earry ea a systematic trade
s . wn Wei-sr-a at e. M ie.
wick In "Ptckwrck Papers." An In
Wtable compound of wit. aImpiiti.
qmant humor d ety ,.
lemesaer Ucresog-I chatas
Cril ; a Mt i a prasDag, evetoues
ol man, whose ghebsy vilsos corvrt
him to a bewnuelet, hoeaotl tad
Dicek Swivele--A emselss Ulght
eaded follow in "Old Curisity Siop,"
whose flowery oratmons ad shoure
quotations aresm langhter. bet whese
seal kindness at heart esltets qPe
When two men ait out the ~le
gay als in.
He Is depopulated to epegy arth
It doeq't take leng for a fee to
get to his destlnaten.
If we wese all bern again we'd mak
the same mistake.
Judge a epam b i e wme s
Were w a proteud d as Oamalld
there'd be 'e audles· .
Old Ma. Feap is t gramtlat.er
if and Maybe, the GOd Mri c'kwiMn
FUR COAT ARITHMETIC :
* - 9
9* Me. au.s M.. Ihmf- - 9
* sum et psumak seas hetugor 9
* ween s -I -
I gether, and usually in the colors that
I appear in the border of the scant
The girdle is slipped through two eya
lets near the center of the scan and
through one near each end. Thus
when the wrap is adjusted the girdle
disappears at each side of the back
and reappears across the front. The
a border of the scarf becomes a collar
and the elasticity of the knitted fabric
r makes it set well on the figure In a
sort of cape and scar combination, as
a shown in the Illustration.
a Scarfs in plain colors, with tams te
. match. are shown, usually nla qulet
I tones, but fancy stitches, sometimes so
r open that it is necessary to Una
i them. The lining is of soft silk and
Ilik the scarf in color. Wide scarfs of
4 white angora with tams to match are
b among the most beautiful sets dis.
Louis VII and Emperor Konrad
led the second crusade at the instiga
tdon of St. Bernard.
The seventh and eighth crusades
~12481254 and 1208-1270. were promot
ed to satisfy the religious scruples of
Louis T~ of Frnnce.
IA!m ITX n F r nle.
Your Credit Is Good at
COME in tomorrow
select from our
beautiful assortment of
Fashionable Easter Ap
perel -for MEN and
Women-wear it - look Lr
your best, and pay for it
on convenient credit
terms. You'll hot find
U more stylish garments,
t better materials or lower "
In Crepe de Chine,
j Canton Crepe and
Georgette. Fifty dif
ferest models to select
In a wide range of
models in stripes and
models- j, (
Noate the Pcm
S1218 capa1 Street
b4 _ _
-b. Ittle librarian sat at her dekI
inrveying the row of solemn-eyed Ital
tans before her. Tony had brought all
his little brothers and sisters to see the
"teacher." "My goodness." she ssid,
"how miany of you are these altogeth
er?" "Eleven." said Tony,. and the en
tire row grinned hrodlly. exhihitlng
beutlful pearly teeth. "What eaut:ui
ful teeth! I suppose you all brush
them well every night'?" A nervous
shuffling. Tony clnredl his throaut.
"Well," he said earnestly. "we ,lid have
a brush o(nce. hut father neededl it to
clean smynlethintg inl the ear ural "fter
thait it wasn't mluc'h gol,."--4'hicago
A Curie of Radium.
omnits 5lltl- iil b obIf oil, 'single h'i l , r that
Imort tl.Jan t tythitu: . '. will hibi' tiake
her litne illl~ irtal. The li l. ;i - i'll
tific de, i ,ulti ,,f thi l nit ,f r., f ::
tivitý is namedt in her htior th "i-enrie.'
aind the de. rb ' f r:blblii'bitt \ It ex
pre- 11- in m illilutri."-, re, tli,'lll'It"ý :!lilt
so0 ou up the letritc s'. m -m'-.':ý ". I. -e
lecting Mnle. I'urle's n:Ilnr' s.ientliflc
bodies have fllo)wed tie we.ll*-,~t1:
lished custbbom that o:C''i IUlls f.ir the iI"
,treodub titon of su"h word' s o5 ht, watt.
atnbered. et't.. into our Iigg :i i.'-:I I of
TURKISH BI RLEY
ku a new package that its re pocbst
At a price that Pfts J pockert-bo-
T'tbwise unre mu aed blend ot
T VrIs VIRGcnA r4D BfJsuRLBYTabor
Eess Aw n"II v awr"
FOR FORESTRY WORK
Comm's 'oner Alexander of the Low
isiana Conservation Department. has
ann',un'ed the winners of prizes in the
contests of the Bioys' Reforestration
Clubs of Louisiana. The cash amount
of the prizes. exclusive of the awards
made by separate parishes. was $5)¶0,
the n:oney beirg donated by the Great
South:ern Lumber Company of lioga
lusa. The judging was done by V. H.
Sonderegge.r. superintendent of the
totc.ýtry division of the dapyartment,
and by iI. J. Stahl, who had supervi
ion of the vari.'us classes and clubs.
IDuring :"i first half of the year
th,.re were nrolled in the clubs 66;4
b ,.ys in all se. tions of the State. The
clul:s .:ere organized after the manner
of th.- : oy:," hog and corn claubs and
are a".:. .: ait h equal succel Some
of th, 'r.i,- of forest under the con
tr "'... ',,oys and inspected by
the j ,l- - .a .r- considered et,,u;al to
the f'r-. 'e- r--.res undlr !he c..ntrol
of t!:,e \p. r: of the I -r.d, r.il oeern
menF. l-:ah boy kept a rc- rd of the
wotk plrf ,rm,,,i on his plot from one
to thre ,+"+ . ' ,f ;. nl,r. l ,r. ~rth ;,ne
or hardwe,,,d Other boys took plots
that were ;I.rtially seede l or barren
and either p::::nt. d the se,-.n or trans
plantel s,. ,'ings in their areas. thus
perf, cting re.al reforestration.