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UIN Babin entertained at a
mowall dance in honor of Miss d
st Miller, Tuesday night.
b5 winona Gouner celebrated d
Stlrteesth anniversary of her tl
SSsaturdaY night. Dainty refresh
were served abundantly and T
s " W. S. Slack is in Portland, b
attending the Episcopal con a
George Koppel and her daugh
WtKlsm Louise Koppel, after visit
a is Chicago. Ill., have been at
Sthe past month. They will re
tar to New Orleans October 1.
Mr. sad Mrs. John Conway (nee
gas Vallette) have the sympathy of "
alnr rany friends in the loss of their r
l. ly Slack of Alexandria, f
iL o returned to the city to re- t
.1br studies at Newcomb Col
Mr. Bull, Mrs. Cow, Mr. Mule,
Mrs. Horse, Mr. Hog, Mrs. Pig r
Mr. Rooster, Mrs. Hen, Miss
Chicken, Mr. Goat, Mrs. Sheep, we
eed the whole family the finest
sized feeds at the lowest market
Algiers Feed Store
g21 PATTERSON ST.
Phone Algiers 161
. O. & G.
Is Norelty Moulds
Omewald & Gros Co.
611 AND 20 CANAL
The Year Round Drink
Delicious and Pure
Orlginated by . A. aterala. 188 /
Maufastutred and Bettled By
L A. ZATA AIN & SONS .
NW ORIZAW6 L.A.
--- NOT WHERE
- BUT WHEN?
Everybody in Algiers knoaws where
to go for oool, refreshing Ice-Creams
and Sodas. It's Richards of course.
So Ift It's a question of how often,
then take the advice of all health
authorities. They say:
"East ice cream every day." Durlng
the hot summer months It Is much
to be preferred to heavier foods
and Ice Cream Is a ood.
Order by the pint, quart, or freeser
UMIM MucIr Ph. L
THE HOME DRUGGIST
Verret and Alix 8ts. Phone AlIers 88
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY
Ice Manufactured from Pure Distilled Water
CAFIERO ICE WORKS, Inc.
26L&S22 Homer St. Pomn Algie
i Ou Is oUI BM M 'ead ,' soin, u ew the
-l nby .npoat.you- wil le fitted atisfactorily by
shct empiU Ad glaee MM a duhe ety.
106 ROYAL ST9 Ninr Came
era et**ubuo ni
The friends of Mrs. Robert Hughes
will be pleased to learn that she is
Mr. and Mrs. Al Tufts and little
daughter Margaret have taken up
their residence in the city.
Mrs. P. O. Cafero entertained the
Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club last
week. The successful players were
Mrs. E. J. Mothe, Mrs. J. A. Garland
and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. R. A.
Tansey received the consolation. The
next meeting will be held at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bodenger have
returned from an extended tour of
Miss Olivia Clark of Nashville,
Tenn., is spending a while here with
Mr. George Stevens has returned
from Thibodaux, where he spent some
Mr and Mrs. H. J. Robeau spent
the week-end in the city, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Vanderlinden
and family are home after a month's
stay at Long Beach, Miss.
Miss Muret Giordano and two little
nephews returned to their home in
Ironton after spending a while here
with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Escousse.
LIBERTY PLATING WORKS
mlestro Platers Wa Polishers
Silverware. Automobile trimming.
Musical Instruments Replated, Brass
I slomol , Prop.
Old Gold and Silver Bought.
514 UNION TNr sl , near Naroane
Phone Main 3192 New Orleans, L..
Captain Paul A.
Editor of Field
and Stre am
says: "The first
gun I over
bought was an
Ithaca. It Is
Just as ntrong
and sheets Just
as hard as It
did when I
was a bey."
trap guns i,.
ITHA CAN. Y.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Goebel have
3'returned from Gulfport, where they w
spent their honeymoon.
A lawn party will be given on Sept. at
120 at the home of Miss Tillie Craw- fu
ford for the benefit of the Trinity cs
Lutheran Church baptismal font fund. tl
t The party will be given by Misses P4
Bernice Clasen, Tillie Crawford, Edna P4
I Purcell and Grace Rihner. ai
Mrs. John A. Pender of Huntsville.
Ala., is the guest of her parents, Rev. 01
and Mrs. N. Rightor. ui
Dr. H. M. Fay was called to Lin
denwood, ill, on account of the seri
ous illness of Mrs. Fay, who is visit- 0
The Once a Month Euchre Club
met at the home of Miss Lena Krogh.
The successful players were Mrs. E.
Mothe. Mrs. F. Spahr. Mrs. J. Owens t(
I and Mrs. J. Collins. The consolation
e was won by Mrs. H. Acker. The
next meeting will bed held at the
t home of Mrs. J. Owens. et
The national debt now amounts to b
$23,1415,0K0,000, and a financial aun- t
thority says it is now in a state of a
permanent decline. Permanent is right
e -a sum like that will have to decline
forever before it gets wiped out.
Now if the plant lice and rose hugs
could only be trained to enjoy a diet
of plantain, chickweed and spurge we
would welcome them with open arms
Instead of spending our substance on
poisons and squirt guns. iI
Thieves looted the box office of $4,- k
900 while a comedian was amusing a
New York audience. A thief stole the ii
collection while a West Virginia con- a
gregation was praying. There's no t'
liscoveralle moral. e
The honey obtained on the banks of
the Euphrates is of an intoxicating na
ture. Now we can understandlt some
thing of the anxiety of Moses and the a
Israelites to get to the land of milk t
AND HOW DEFECTS THAT MAR
IT CAN BE EASILY CORRECTED
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WHY ,PAY RENT
When you can own your own home.
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CaC~mc dal Bank
Patterus and Verret ts.
"HOmRS-POWER' #IT WROUe
Mistake That Can Be Definite;y
Traced to James Watt Was Never toll
"II. P.." as you know, stands for find
"horse power," and if., therefore, your
motorcycle is a four and one-half h. p. v
one, you know that what is meant is he
that the engine has a power which is
equivalent to that of f,,ur and a half ¶
Not so! You would he incorrect to
the extent of no less than 40,000 I
e pounds, remarks a Londie Answers Ev(
The h. p. unit of power Is a fraud,
t. and the late James Watt of engine '
F fame is responsible. lie was a very can
:y careful engineer, In theory and prac- why
d. tice, and he discovered, by many ex
ýs periments, that the raising of 22,000 1
La pounds one foot per minute was a good itle
average horse-power. by
e. But "horse-power" today is reek
oned at 33,000 lbs. per foot per min- I
ute-11,O00 pounds in excess! That Is you
due to the fact that Watt, in his anxi- dit
N ety to encourage business, offered to
it sell engines which would develop 33,- 1
000 pounds per foot as a horse-power ha(
-a third more than the actual. goc
It would seem that he meant ulti
h. mately to be honest, but he died be
E. fore that happened, and so bequeathed all
2s to the world, which has accepted it, vet
)a false unit measurement of horse- hai
0e Engineers, of course, know of the
error, and make due allowance for it; hoi
but the average individual does not. do(
Your 10 h. p. car is, therefore, in fact, *m
to but a 0 2.3 one, and its power is equal Ne
I- to raising 222,000 pounds a foot In a
i minute, and not 333,000.
IMMENSE ROOKERY IN LAKE
Birds Find Sanctuary on Island on
Ns Which Hqnters Are Forbidden I
to Set Foot ows
Set in the m!ddle of (;roat Salt lake
is Hlat island, 12 acres in area, one of ate
a the most densely pl,plulatd rookeries
In the world. Its official name i. due I
to its shape, bt it is mo,,re familiarly In
I,- known to westerners as Bird Island.
a Seagulls and pelicans live there. The
to island is literally covered with them. thi
n- and since hunters are not permitted
to to disturb the fowls, visitors experi
ence no difficulty in walking about bu
among them and observing their habits.
The birds have established their roosts
among the rocky formations of the Is- ro
a' land, which Is surrounded by salt
e- water more dense than that of the
ie ocean. The highest point is about 100
Ik feet above the surface of the lake.
The strangest sight on the island
is the flock of young pelicans. They
walk about like a drove of sheep.
One acts as leader and the rest fol
low. Large bodied, clumsy birds they p1
are, scarcely able to waddle out of o
the way when one approaches.
As evening approaches one may look
out over the lake, far to the north- N
east, and see a cloud of tiny specks. tP
It is the adult pelicans returning home so
from the mouth of the Jordan river, or
from the Great Bear river, 50 to 70
miles away. They are laden with fish CI
for their young ones. The .pouches g(
under their beaks are filled with fresh-. s
Never Saw Their Faces.
The young woman was looking at
a child's book, "The Sunbonnet
Babies." Those Sunbonnet babies
were my delight and my despair when
I was little," she said, "because I never to
could see their faces. If you'll look
carefully at every picture you'll no-a
tice the faces of those babies are
never revealed. Other characters in
the illustration show their faces, but
never the snnhonnet habies.
'"The only idea you can get of what
sort of little girls they were is by their
posture. And I used to peer and peer
at those sunbonnets. I used to turn
over the pages and look through from
the back side; I used even to tear the
pages a bit to see if I could not get
inside of those sunbonnets. But I
"Some day I'm going to write to that
sunbonnet artist and ask if he won't
send me, in confidence, one picture et
those babies with their bonnets off.'
Eagles Change Color.
The young eagle is clothed in three
kinds of garments before It reaches
maturity. During the first year It Is
black, the second year slate-colored,
the third year brown and white. It
D might be said that the bald-headed
eagle ls not bald. It is so ealled from
Sthe white raf of feathers about its
head. The thre different appearances
of the young eagle one time provoked
a strange misunderstanding among
bird observers. It was thought that
they were three different species-the
black, the George Washington and the
bald. The eagle is one of the Fal
couldae, which includes hawks and all
similar birds of prey.
The equality of the sexes Is not
thoroughly estabhlslhed by a long shot.
. An American woman who marries a
foreigner loses her Anmerican citizen
ship, but an American man who mar
rles a foreigner doesn't forfeit his
A Itlp- dream soon reaches the b* keel
totm of the bowl.
Many a fellow who tries to do others sati
finds himself undone.
When a man has had too much drink him
he feels himself the rtlI thing.
The claque.may demonstrate that a bea
round of applause isn't always square. part
Never Judge people by their clothes. D
Even a poorly dressed man may not whc
be a millionaire. of I
When a woman can trust a man she E
can't help being sorry It isn't another the
whom nobody could trust. wia
The man who starts out to play pol
Itics should first prepare for the game elf
by learning how to play possum. tit
You never appreciate your luck until
you haven't It. In that way it doesn't
differ from lots of other things.
History says that Orpheus went to
r hades In order to find his wife, but a
good many married men dispute it.
When a man begins to tell a woman
I all about his past love affairs it is a
very good sign that he is about to
have "Just one more."
The Lord meant brothers to be a
horrible warning to a girl, but it
doesn't seem to do a bit of good when
another fellow comnes along.-Chicago
tIhe two sexes are masculine and
In the stone age all the men were
S A dromedary is a place where the
i students sleep.
e Equinox is a wild animal that lives
7 In the Arctic regions.
A meridian is a lady who lives it
* the sea and has a tail like a fish.
i- Kubler Khan was an oriental who
it built some kind of a picture palace.
a Columbus knew the world was
s round because he made an egg stand
Liberty of conscience means doing
d wrong and not worrying about it after
1- A synonym means one of those
places where you get a big salary and
t nothing to do.
k The vertebral column was built by
b Nero in Rome and he dragged his cap
, live ll\ivev under it.-Boston Tran"
0 Tih fad to I;:\6 tile teethl out to
lh cure everything isn't new. They be
glan that experilllent with tile laws
some yeair, liago.
The unlucklest man in the world is
a man who was fined for spleling
while hulrrytng to court to answer a
in the opinion of the Frmench Acad
emy of S,.ience. Mars is easy to talk
to. That many be because Ma.rs hasn't
a telephone ye'
The Well Shod Is Usually
The Healthy School Child
Parents of healthy children know FOR BOYS
The ultimate economy of paying
the wisdom of buying good school the price for good shoes has never
been questioned. On the other
shoes. hand to give quality at a low price
-that is our secret. A dark brown
English brogue of grain calf-sizes
The child is out daily in all kind of I to 6 r4.00
weather so it is important that more
care be given to shoe buying than any A tan Elk leather blucher with
other apparel, a broad toe, 8/ to II $3.0
A dark tan calf-skin lace boot
with a Goodyear welt-a woder
We carry only the standard makes, school shoe, I I to 2 $400
each style denoting the best in at _...................................__
2/ to8 $450
children's footwear for the season. at _.. .... .............................w- .
m gRn Big Storm Rubbers or the lighter weights-but every child should be
EI fitted out now-no wet feet-no absent days.
SOUVENIRS GIVEN WITH EVERY PURCHASE
Canal and S. Rampart Canal and S. Rampart
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
Exercising a prerogative Is what
keeps it in good crndtlillo.
Death loees a shining mark; life ls
t satisfied with an easy onle.
The fellow who isn't satisfied with
himself can easily give himst.ei away.
You never can tell. Even the bald
beaded fellow may b,i a man of many
Don't be too easy. Many a man
t who bows to the inevitable is a victim
of mistakenl ihdentity.
Even the man who makes hay while
the sun shines may hesitate to tell
what he does %henz It rains.
The man who Is in love with him
self doesn't necessarily lienmonstrate
tint a!l thie world loves a iover.
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth'
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
Don't miss the joy of the
new .IIlLET'S P-K-the sugar.
coated peppermint tid bit!
It Usually Pleases Us.
"It Is ea:y enough for an orator to
get thunderoum applause at the very
beginninr ozf his addIress."
"All hei has to do is to say, '*My
friends, we are a grealt people,' and
then pause draltmatically for the
"It sceet' that there has been lit
tle snulllling among the stutidents at
the Naval anodemy.
"Yes," replied Miss (layenne; "I am
afraid a few of the boys are trainlpg
them.selves to become not sea dogs but
"A woman has to use tact with her
"Yes. For Instance. I never ask Bob
what hlck he had at golf. If it was
poor that question angers him; it It
was good he'll tell me without aski