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COWBOY'S WEAPON THE RIFLE
Never Had the Popularity of the 2
,- Gun," Which Was Name Univer. 4
sally Given the Pistol. d
In describing the weapons of the i
eowboy of the Western range, Plhilip
Ashton Rollins In his book says: Tbhe I
ifle, when carried, was conveyed, not i
by the cowboy himself, but by his
bhrase, which bore it in a quiver-shaped,
psen-mouthed scabbard, into which the ol
Slfe went up to its stock. This scab tl
bard sometimes hung from the saddle
S-ern, but more commonly was slang, t
bitt forward, in an approximately hor-.
Mantal position along the near side of
,the anlmal, and passed between the
two laves of the stirrup-leather. The tB
Wle was thus eschewed, because, be- 1
..'r heavy, It interfered with ready
a meddling and ansaddling; and, beling t
tulky, it materially detracted from the di
;* nMler's comfort.
After the early '708 the rile, regard
aos of Its make, was usually called a
r eWIchester," though this particular t
Sterm, beause e Its imilaritty to the *j
amem of a well-known condlment, was
Wsleomally paraphrased Into "Wor- .
re." Falling these titles, the t
was styled merely "rfle." It,
in tbhe carn of the rilesspecal-.
deapgned for blsoa shooting and t
Iled "buffalo guns." never was t
Ssnod "unm." that word, save for the th
-.b" exception noted, being cose- t
wate to the piatol
"eattag-ns, otherwise shotguns,
rWWe oeeuloeaSil produced by tender
;h but they, ualess with "sawed
i" brrelns, leaoded with nails or buck.
st nd In the bands of express me-, a
served for the westerner only
ebjiets of derison
Th dreadhtl discovery has ben
that the dance known as the
came bos Russa, and ori.
with tlhe Peasant who ore .,
b shirts which Itched after they *
to deal~t We have a notion that
was bor under samilar coed. bll
' hit fthel eate ShLakpeag
S"We ihe bkowe n s hLis ow ine a
t itrivial It Isamt a had iea b e
stufR of a better , mm."
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SEEING POWER OF INSECTS atn
Interesting Data Collected in Conned. a
tion With Studres in Comparison Cht
With the Human Eye. ami
Very curious data have been collect- Iha
ed In regard to the seeing wers of eac
insects. The human eye in perfet wit
Condition is able to see objects sepa
rately t.eat are only one minute of ure
apart. Put two objects, as, for in
stance, two black circles, on a white not
ground just one inch apart and then A
place them at a distance of about info
I 286% feet. As seen with the naked was
eye the apparent space between the fici
circles will be a minute of are. This
qpace is plainly the limit of detail via Rh.
Ible to'the unassisted human eye.
Now it mllht be supposed that an
Sinect, having a compound eye, would gon
Sbe able to see more detail than we do; rad
SIn other words, could separate sru:mall M
ebjects closer together. As a nmatter froi
Sof fact, owing to the small aperture of N
the lenses composing the facets of the 'is
eye, and the spacing between the she
facets, insects see less detail than mat
we do. M
It has beesn calculated that a dlrigon dait
fy cannot me separately two objects had
that are placed less than one degree Chi
apart. Ia other words, to such an in- M
sect two silver coins ying on a table moo
three Inches apart, and viewed from a M
distance exceeding 14% feet, would wee
appear as a single object. and
Bees and flies, according to the sa
same Investigator, are still mlore lim- L
Ited in their ability to see the details the
oat obJects presented to their eyes. A had
fy could see the two silver coins above to s
described separately only at a dis- wer
tance not exceeding about seven feet.
It has been remarked as a conse
quence of this that we can see the do day
tails on the antennae of a fly at a die -
tace of two feet or more better than d
the ly Itself can, though they are but will
the raction of ua in lach from Its eyes. puI
-Wasghltoa Star. l
HIS STOPPING POINT -' to 1
~Pnlid your tailor's hbill yet?" asked nest
a friend. mes:
"'Can't,"' repKed the young man. Men
"Pald the floristr' mon
"What about your motoring bill?"
"They're still sending It in."
"If you can't pay for your own U1 A
,tg," exclaimed his friend, in disgust,
"why don't you be decent enough to whe
"And thee rum up an undertaker's *e
bill?" retorted the yount man. "My a
dear chap, there's a lmitI" cal
He Was, Theugh. Na
"Nroerah," mid Mrs. Deadbeat, from pa
the top of the stalr, "tell the an the
wbo b rladm the ie that I m et Col
Te servant airl went to the d eb
and said something to. the ma; them s34
Sstead into th baN cal ed way
*I toW Ia. ys wee mat eevar s t
inse a'tb Meu >. s s s
* ; n- y .nl - o me..
When you face the world and try pie have passed through the in.
to do something for the benefit of famous divorce court because the
mankind, you are confronted with family altar was not in the home to
serious problems. How to solve check the march toward domestic
them, how to destruction.
SOME eradicate t h e THIRD - Sabbath desecration.
R evils, and how Men cannot ignore the law of God
B EMS to succeed in which commands every man to
the work of gen- stand still and rest on the first day
eral betterment is, of course, a tof the week. The Sabbath dese
great task. The following prob- aLD. cration which is on the increase in
lems, if solved, would bring America .ruvo sWKU this country is largely responsible
peace, happiness, and prosperity. for the confusion, the chaos, and the
Let us solve them. didn't sleep. Apathy is the enemy anarchy that is rampant in this
FIRST-Apathy. America's peo- of preparation. America has never land. Bring men back to the ob.
ple love good humor. Feed them been ready for any wart and unless servance of the Holy Sabbath.
well and permit them to sleep and we cure apathy, we wil never be FOURTH-Neglected spiritual
they will laugh through any storm ready for any battle. Every boy in duties. It is the duty of every man
and ride through any disaster. Im- America should have at least three to be in his church pew every Sun
mediately after the disasters of lfe months of military training; every day morning, to give his child a
have apparently passed, howevir young man in America should take spiritual education, to set before his
they settle down into a state o. advantage of the Citizen's Training family a spiritual example and to
apathy. That condition is today Camp every summer. give some of his time to the spiritual
settling upon u:. SECOND-Broken family altars. work of the church. Men are neg
During the war, we preached NIinety-three per cent of the homes lecting their churches; they are for.
preparation. watchfulness, and the of America are without family al- getting their spiritual duties; they
curbing of all radical forces. When tars, and ninety-nine per cent of the are omitting to pay their obligations
pe-.ce was announced, we settled homes of the world are without to God. V
Sinto the habit of eating, sleep- family altars. You cannot rear a America was intended to be a
in and laughing. The "red" family in an un-Godly atmosphere land of Christian people. You can't
forces didn't sleep; the powers and give to the world virtuous sons be Christian and neglect your spinr
anta onistic to good government anl daughters. Millions of our peo- tual obligations.
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
*N me U* - - - I wEq * e q . W I
r Methodist Church Notes
Rev. O .C. Wier, Pastor. Residence
286 Olivier, Phone AIg. 188.
Last Sunday was one full of ac
tivity among our workers. Besides
I the two services, the pastor and the
Epworth Leaguers went to the Bon
ner Home and held services at 4
WIe had good music at all of the
services. At the morning hour, we
mention a much-appreciated solo
by Mr. Claude Entwistle, and at the
Bonner Home Mrs. Summers sang a
At night the Mizpah choir had good
music. Miss Louise Hafkesbring
has returned home and was at the or
gan, after an absence of several
weeks. There were several absent
from both choirs, but the music was
good. There were good congrega
tions at both hours with quite a num
ber of worshippers to worship with
us; among these we mention the
Rev. J. B. Grambling of Shreveport,
field secretray of the Epowrth League,
who paid a visit to that organization
and was introduced by the pastor. He
took occasion to express his delight
at seeing us in our new Church build
ing. We welcome visitors. You
are requested to invite you~r friends.
Dr. A. C. King, treasures of the
Church, made a financial rel rt, which
among other items showed that we
have been meeting our organ notes
each month, but that our September
t note was due next Saturday for $125
with only $35 to meet this amount.
If you are interested in this send an
offering this week to help meet the
At the night service Ruel Walter.
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Myer
was baptized, the Rev. C. C. Wier of
Mrs. Katie Rhoades and Miss Ethel
Rhoades have returned from a nice
visit to Mrs. Colomb in Shreveport.
Mrs. J. R. Dwyer and Doris have
gone on a few weeks visit to Colo
Mrs. A. W. Barton has returned
r from a nice visit to Mandeville.
f Miss Florence Burgls was a recent
visitor to Birmingham, Ala., where
she was the guest of former school
Mrs. J. A. Garland and her grand
daughter. Florence Hoffstetter, have
had a nice visit of several weeks in
Mr. Ed Miller and his family have
o moved to Morgan City.
Miss Helen Davis returned last
I week from a visit to Monroe, Ruston,
and other north Louisiana towns
i spending her vacation.
Last night was full of interest in
I the prayer meeting. Members who
had been out of town were requested
to make a report of services as they
were enjoyed away from home.
The catechism class will meet Fri
day at 3:30.
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. The morning hour
will be of especial interest to the pu
pils and teachers of the schools and
all teachers and pupils are requested
to be present Monday is the day
school work will begin in dead ear
nest and the pastor hopes to hbve ao
message of encouragement. The I
Men's Choir will furnish music in the i
morning and Mizpah Choir at night. I
The Singer and the Song.
A song is a..gret adventure. The 1
sands write it, tens succeed; and
when they have succeeded, its fate
still lies entirely with the singer. No
ee ever had it so much in hl, po1we
b make the worse appear the better
cause, or to refraln from so delg.
The nsaents placed Thamtyrs end
I Narada ama the gods; the modn r m
I pay their einum rt t reae Bt
the arg's peresalty is still eal.
crtib la term t anotso a tletlie er
ed.. That pemoality means lMi that
e has been able to crowd Into hL ie;
en he may still enlarge it A gooes
way M d tht Ie o red aa the pestry
that h See set l s sd to liste to
al the mel written r eno ethe
mIgg eet thi t vele-- . L um
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Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
The feast of the Holy Name of
Mary, the patron saint of this church, 4
- will be fittingly celebrated Sunday,
Sept. 17. The last Mass on Sunday
will be at 10:30 a. m., instead of 11:00
a. m. This Mass will be a Memorial S
Mass for the Knights of Columbus,
and a large body of K. C. men from1
the city is expected to attend.
The Holy Name of Mary School If
e opened yesterday with a very large
a attendance at the 8:30 Mass. Cate- d
chism class for public school children
d will not start until Oct. 1.
g HOLY NAME OF MARY BAPTISMS.
r. Gloria Mary, daughter of Walter
1I Sperier and Alice Helderman of 131 o
t Lavergne Street. Sponsors, Theodore di
s and Virginia Sperier.
Jeanette Otilla, daughter of Louis
A. Brauner and Jeanette Brechtel of
b 522 LeBoeuf Street. Sponsors, Ulric
e Casler and Grace Ernst.
Beverley Fay Ann, daughter t w
Frank M. Lyons and Cleo M. Platt ni
d of 217 Verret Street. Sponsors, Mr. to
9 and Mrs. 'Geo. W. Platt. t1
t Anna May, daughter of Hugh Cogan re
- and Eulalie Guidry of 618 Elmira no
Avenue. Sponsors, Everett Cogan and
Lillian Kieffer. io
Mount Olivet Church py
r Rev. Nicholas Rightoer, Rector of
Residence, 235 Olivier; Phone, Al- Re
gier 97. th
Corner Pelican avenue and Olivier dr
street. Rev. Nicholas Rightor, rector.
Residence 235 Ollvier street; phone ra
, Algiers 97. TI
Sunday, the 17th Inst. will be the m,
14th Sunday after Trinity. Services mi
will be as follows: Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a. m. Church
School at 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer C
with sermon at 10:45 a. m. (fifteen
minutes to 11 o'clock). The late morn- P
Ing service closes at noon (promptly),
and we hope to make this a popular
service at Mt. Olivet.
Evening prayer with sermon at 7:30
o'clock Sunday night. a
Week-day services: Every Wednes. so
day night, the Litany Service with of
Church Instruction at 7:30 p. m. Every to
Friday morning at 7:00 o'clock there u
will be a Celebration of the Holy Eu- ki
charist. The public is cordially in. -I
vited to all services.
Hard Cider Homilies. t
Different people have different ways to
of giving us pain; our friends leave to
us-and our relatives fail to. So
Eternity is almost beyond human go
comprehension; imagine, If you can,
a period so long that it would allow sk
a man to save enough cigar coupoms to
to get a piano or a motorcycle. ble
Propinqulty may account for many of
marriages, but it is responsible for to
even more divorces. st
It has taken Satan thousands of
years to reach his present technle; gi
yet the latest arrivals from the earth So
can always show him a thing or two. he
People seldom turn maxims over and po
look at them from the back. It is easy R
to believe that great oaks from little a
acorns grow, but It is quite as easy go
to believe that little acorns from great
oaks grow.-Edwln H. Blanchard, ia
the New York Sun.
Mr. Jens. p
Conulder the ca et Mr. Jones. $ W1
bought a watch for 50 bones. Does Sil
Mr. Jones rant, curse and swear, ter
does Mr. Jones his toupee tear; when the
ev er the day or night he nad that
watch not running right? No. Mr. du
Jones, a thoughtftl man. knows do
watch nv will or canw long n
bheet ad cold pral, hit time e- pFr
actly on the nalL Now this Identical 1
Mr. Jomes wiU bbr-well, not toi "PI
bonem bet afor the price at a ebeap te
elgar-the right to ride on a trolley e
car, a car that has to ruan its erae
within la iled and destprot case, WIg
but on a crowd eity street where the
all the tld esof trame aet, and t Ph
Mr. J~oas starts a hUt debete whm
Var that ear's a aminte ist,-Vremby
Corner Olivier and Eliza Streets,
of W. H. Hafner, Pastor.
h, 438 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240.
The Zion Ev. Lutheran Congrega
tion of our city is celebrating its Dia
mond Jubilee this coming Sunday,
Sept. 17th. There will be jubilee
services in the morning at 8:00 and
10:00 o'clock and a special joint
service to which all congregations are
Invited at 7:00 p. m.
The Sunday school teachers have
decided to let all moneys which come
in through the birthday envelopes
flow into the Baptismal Font Fund.
The thought has occurred to many
of us whether some of the older mem
Sbrs would not like to join this birth
day guild. If you are so minded give
your name to Miss Norma Weber. to
f rather with the date of your birth.
c When your birthday comes you will
be supplied with an envelope into
which you are to drop as many pen
t nies as the total years of life amount
to. If you choose to put in more.
there is no objection at all. but rather
a rejoicing. Don't forget. but give your
a name to Miss Norma Weber.
Our regular cateehetical instructions
for confirmation will begin Monday
afternoon. September 13. at 3:30. All
children must attend regularly and
promptly. The pastor wishes to im
press upon all parents the necessity
of assisting him in this work by
k seeing to it that their children study
their lessons thoroughly. "One thine
is needful", see to It that your chil
r dren are supplied with it.
The voting members of our contre
a ration will have a special meeting
Thursday night after service. This
3 meeting is important and all voting
s members are asked to be present.
r CURED MONARCH OF AVARICE
Power of Turning Everything He
Touched Into Gold Quickly Palled
r on King Midas.
It was because King Midas helped
a drunken companion of Bacchus to
iober up that he received the power
of turning everything into gold at his
touch. Bacchus had offered to grant
Midas anything he asked, and the
king wished this unpleasant power
upon himself, according to Ovid.
Midas enjoyed himself immensely
at first, turning twigs, apples, stones
and clods of earth into gold. But the
trouble began as soon as he sat down
to eat. The bread be touched turned
to gold and defied his teeth. The wine
Sowed down his throat as liquid
According to an embellished ver
sion of the myth, the crowning mis
fortune wrought by Midas' curse in
blessing's guise was when, in the act
of caressing his little daughter, he
turned the child into a golden
Bacchus had been aware that the
gift was anything but desirable.
8o, believing Midas cared of avarice,
he sent the king to wash away the
power in the fountainhead of the
River Pactolus. As a result of his
bath, the sands of that river remain
golden to this day.
Peculiar Deep-Sea Fish.
The Aristeus a deep-sea prawn, has
a method of lighting that gives the ap
pearance of a multitude of smoke rings.
When excited by the nearness of an
enemy, the prawn ejects respiratory wa.
ter in tiny squirts and into this stream
the luelferin Is forced from countles.
glands opening into the stream by iee
docts. As the chemicals combine, puffy
louds of luminescent particles float
Ia the sea. This is the "smoke scree"
provided by mature.
The species of lumiens fish, called
"Pbetoblephroa," has a dimmer s
tsm in an inslde chamber and burns
esatinously. When thbe ash wishes to
saht et the light, e causus a black
piemted curtaln to sliUde dewn over
the light ell's epenlng Ike as eyeld.
ie light eorg preserves its lamles
emo even when smoved and is used
q asermea er the lsawa eo anda,
eee m m semsmt of the Philu.
-ne - m-- h n meigh .ng
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UeST ANTIST OURmCE O
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30
T.. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior-Sun
day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Hall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 p.
m., at Pastors' home, 230 Verret St
CRURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OV
Verret and Alix Sts.
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Parish Priest; Rev.
1. OUnnan. Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev
H. Hayes. assistants.
Pheane. Algiers 678.
Week Days--Masses, 6. 6:30 and 7.
Sunday--6, 6:30. 7:30. 9 and 11.
Rev. C. C. Wier. pastoer: resldene, 26
Olivier St. Phone Alhers 138.
Inaday--11 a. m. and 7:0 p. min
Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p. m.
MT. OLIVET CHURCH.
Pelican Are. and Olivier it.
R v. Nicholas Rightor, Rector,
JR sidence. 325 Olivier St.
Sunday 7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Morning Prayer
and Sermon. 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer
and Sermon, 7:30 p. m.
TRINITY EVANGELICAl. LUTHERAN
Corner Olivier and Eliza Sta.
Rev. W. H. Hafner. Res.. 43.8 Oliier St
Phone Algiers 240.
Runday--8:30 a. m.
Sueday 8chool-9:30 a. m.
5 Theuresday-7:30 p. m.
0" L'-st Church of Christ Seleatst, a brand
ofet the Mother Church in Boston. Edifle
Nashville Avenue and Garfield street. Sun
day services at 11 a. m.
a- Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday evening service at 8 p. m.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
d Teche Street.
Rev. James B. Albert. 88. 1.. Pastor
It Masses Sunday and Holy Days, 6:00 and
.e 9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 mass
Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. m. Sunday night
Service, 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday.,
e 7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass. 6:30 a. m.
Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and
Pheon Uptown 78W
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417 ELMIRA AVENUB
Mrs. Gramercy--It seems to me your -
bhusband gives yaou everything he can
Mrs. Spendall--That's why I feel so AU
wretched, dear. My bheart is just set g
on the things he can't afford.
A Bad Sign. 81
She-I think we might as well break
of the eungagement
8he-Because you saty "Why?' b
seh a cold-blooded way. pr
io to the doglS.T
tle pine o r a 1 4ppy Ih 1r
Theyre All RigM.
Oh. let the lappers a, h
We know they cannot est;
Rut we dea't onre a ip, o
We like the w thyr 3oe;
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The chief of the
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ages to which
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large oa.l s; 68S: 5
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other ducks. II st
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