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PRIZED AMBER AS ORNAMENT Pam
Remane Secured It From "Barbarous avoid
Germans, Who Had Small Idea
of Its Real Value. withot
Amber, which Is fosslllsed resin, was
is great demand among the Romanse
ar ornaments. Taeltu, ia i oth
*Onnmanla," tells that It was pgathered
by the barbarian Germans. "They ex.
p ileg the see for amber, Ia their e
anguage called 'gleese,' and are the ht
Jly people who gather that u tect t
sbstance," he says. "It Is dlIe real s
band among the shallows; monnetimeg
asm the shorae. Concerning the nature T
S the cause of this conretina tL ent w
'. trlans, with their usual rrat of '
arlsity, make a lnquiry. Amongst moot
ethaer superltaltles dlschargeri by the
.a this substance lay lon negleted, e
ill Roman luury gave It a name and th
m esught It Into request. To the havere
ge t is of no use. They gather r
M ito rode heaps and oar it or sale hands I
withouat any term or pollh, wonderinag owner's
S t the plee thel rceive for ILt sine b
Tacltus gesed correctly the lh eatly I
- ramber, sayls: "There Is- russ lrlmy
o tldk that amber Is a distillatlon Ing ent
crtMa tree, slnce In the tra buffer,
t medlaum we see a varlety of dea.
and even animals of the win,
beig caught to the viscous
are afterward, when It grown "Som
-,orpoumted with it." achleve
A toi of 1, 8,0 acres has be wila
to selee ia Alberta and 8- *We
nde the Daintaio lands thre, he
ateordli to the milaiter of the
Of this acreags, 4,15673.
e Patemte ad 14 acres "hIs
. at Deteted. The amout edOetlo
tab, *la prjij w 1 rides la
*am there wan yet aunpeld ap
oag sglum Ioo
tallag 1,8.840 ac ptol
bern soid is these two provine,
whis the meae was a7u4,25
om whih appuaarmately 00,000
et ttm.yee are near a big m-.
esnpeeally the American MN
eo NatW al ahstory New York,
a, to e the reconstructed shkuo
pmtive -m. Instanay It wim
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the best. Man isloslgar h
hled an he loom his te ~ NHEggh
Spoitdon. Progrees Is certain, dide't hb
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HANDS INDEX TO CHARACTER to be
Still Reveal Much, Though Probably of the I
Lees Than Was the Case Some spose
Few Years Ag. lIn and
Once it was possible to tell a "lady" School
by her hands-that is if you regarded ers. W
a lady as "a female of the favored so. in need
rs clal class." She had well-kept hands member
because she did nothing to roughen shonld
- them or enlarge their knuckles or ue 9:39 a.
S mature wrinkles Even if fortaune a
had gone against her she somehow
avoided the work that would mar the
symmetry of those hands. She did contrb
without sugar for her tea and did tcipate
nee4lework for money order to avoid the amo
the work that she regarded as mentaL. Spitstade
* And because a woman of this cl Buin
knew that it was at her hands that wane."
Sothers looked for san Index to her so- Mrs.
dcl pealtion It was her hands that se He tsvl
r eved, wearing gloves by day and by parets,
a nlght to keep them white and to pro- Righter,
teot them and repeir them from the street.
ravages of wind, sun and housework. for seve
The stuaton i rat te dlrirerentn. The
mThe young womia of lIIranlt pr- School II
ne ts who eeI tinware lIn the depart-. iht e
m aent store besemest has elaborately ard stl
malcure4d ails and hands that are tncsre
smooth, but the wlfe of the coaeg e
o PresIdent has hands that dearly show a. m. a
the eectsr of work that we would once lu a tvl
have regarded as menial. attendant
Perhaps etill to the keen observer
hands have sometltng to tell of their
owner's rank or pedigree. There are
some hands that no matter how dill
a gntly manicured always look a little Re. O .
a Lrimy st the corners, and others, lack
o ing entirely the luster of the manicure
Sbufter, that are always serupnlously
o dean. Lat S
--s vices, wit
us Waiting. hors. A
s "Some men are born gret, some tor's text
achieve greatnaem and some have it t
reatnesa thrust upon them." righteus
"But you were not born great nor shall be I
will you work to schieve greatemas soag w
S "Wl ve still got e chace I are Jst I
i- three, haven't I"f
An Unsoeable Let, foreront.
This welfare worker says man's meant to
Seducation is not complete until he man or wi
rides ins a patrol wJra·an." le to
"Maybe so. but Judging from the the Saviom
Iglum looks ok ts people yo e In • k ln
petrol woa It's a poor pina to P ntla t
a onvermtion." the st p
of lItfe. TI
jby the eha
;t ogios mad
obaed be -
Her qp.d-. _• Iwye sad Jaek Rev. c. 0..
Hnggins. kising la ahes.u ap I. moat ws
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There are no meth )ds by wh;.'s
LAW ENFORCEMENT justice should be aver ed except ti,
methods prescribed by law. TC
p- It is often said that law enforce- poor midnight thief who steals
ment depends upon public opinion. ham to support his hungry child
There was never a more fallacious often caught and punished while t,
statement made. It is a smoke man who steals a railroad is tnt
screen which often hides cowardly, its president. These apparent inju.
inefficient, or corrupt public offi- . u tices come because of the doctr.
cials. That doctrine has done @StA ti s that public opinion must be consr;tr
more to break down respect for nL.Lz.a before law is enforced.
* w and to prevent the enforce- AUTOCAsrTR Whether the man be a plumber
nt of law than any other state- preacher, whether he be a banker ,
nent ever made. ny other state- law inflicts. No criminal believes in butcher, whether he be the head ,d,
Law is mden justice. No criminal wants justice. labor organization (or the presi'.,
Law is sovereign. There is no Therefore, when it is said that of a capitalistic trust, if he viel;:
such thing and never was such a public opinion controls the enforce- the law, defies this governmri,
thing as the divine right of kings. ment of law, THEN, it is said that flaunts his infamy in the f:sce of t
But there is such a thing and there public opinion is the opinion of crim- Constitution he ought to be put
will be forever such a thing as the inals, and that public opinion is a the penitentiary and fed on br,.
divine, sovereign right of law. Law criminal opinion, and water until he :onfesses I
conform to the sovereign right of I deny such a statement. If it is wrong, pays his petnalty to soci
ternal LAW. true, that in itself does not excuse and is willing to kiss the flag ce
the public official nor give him the day the rest of his life.
No- 'criminal believes in law. No license to neglect to enforce the Law is supreme and should I
criminal believes in the penalty that law. enforced.
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
I Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Nicholas Righter, Rectir
OW Residence, 235 Olivier; Phone, A
Sunday, Sept. 24, will be the Sl
teenth Sunday after Trinity. Service
U will be held as follows:
R Celebration of the Holy Eucharits
$ at 7:30 a. m.
Church School at 9:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer with Sermon al
10:45 a. m.
Evening Prayer with sermon at
loor 7:30 p. m.
Every Wednesday night at 7:30
o'clock the Litany Service with
Church Instruction. The Confirms
dlin tion Class meets at the same hour.
All who are looking forward to Holy
All Confirmation should consult the Rec
tor as early as possible and take
t. advantage of the Wednesday night
Thursday, St. Matthew, the Evan
gellst's Day, there will be a celebra
tion of the Holy Eucharist at 7:00
S a. m.
Friday the regular Communion Ser
vice at 7:00 a. m.
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
are Xhmber days.
I Episcopal Notes
RE Regular choir practice at the church
se at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night. We
plead for all members of the choir
T7 to be on hand, after the summer's
rest, and help make our choir one
stay of the best in the city. A better re
I spouse is needed for both the morn
ing and night service.
A call is made from the Church
ady" School for three or four more teach
rded ers. We have several classes badly
I so- in need of good teachers. Any adult
suds member who will answer this calh
hnen should be on hand next Sunday at
US 9:'0 a. m.
tn Our annual pledge to Sewanee is
taken care of by popular or special
did contributions. Any who care to par
did ticipate in this pledge should hand t
oid the amount to the treasurer, Mr. A. r
Mal Spitzfaden, Jr., or place on the Alms
use Basin, marking the envelope 'Se- b
t rwanee." d
o. Mrs. John Anderson Pender of
she Huntsville. Ala., is the guest of her
Sby parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Nicholas c
pro Righter, at the Rectory on Olivier tl
the street. She will be In New Orleans
rk. for several weeks.
lw. The attendance at the Church
ar- School is increasing, as well as the o
tnight services. Let us make the rec- F
ord still better and pull hard to a
-a Increase the attendance at the 10:465 ,
a . Sunm. 8day service. The late morn- t,
ing service could have a much better fo
" Method .t Church Note ,
SRev. o .. Wier, Pastor. Reme s
ire - Giler, Phae Aa, s1e tol
Last Sunday we had our usual ser
vices, with a nice attendance at both e
hours. -At the morningl hour the - Pr
s tor's text was Matt. 6:33: "But seek at
Sye first the kingdom of God and His do
righteousnes, and all of these thiugs Fa
or shall be added unto you." The *n, tre
Sage wa largely for the pupils who
S are lJust beginntag their school work
for the fall, and they were urged to 1
put the things of the kingdom In the a
forefront. He dwelt upon what it Y
s meant to be an educated Chrisa We
Sman or woman, and ursed the yen b
Deople to follow the admeatlet of
W the Saviour and put the thins of the
a kindom rt and to keep thma in
the rt place in the whole prorem
of Ife. The maule was good at both *
ervices. At the mornng hour the .
mms choir had good muec, but of '*
espchlal interest was the duet by Dr.
Pa and Mr. Roy Nash, in whlch
they were supported in the ebus t
by the choir. At nlbght special m- w
oad Rebert, in which Mipa eelrO
Jloied in the cborus.
On Monday, Sept. 18, Mrs. M. P.
Siddous was bred frem the Mot
d-tohi. saars tn Semuin street, f
R.ev . .C. . er efseletln. ~
meat was in Cypress Grove eems
r,. Msr Uus . as brI New a
krl Yi r ***** *** 1 *** atw
She had been a teacher in the Bara
taria school for about twenty-three
otlr years and was expecting to resume
i4 Al- her work this fall. She left three
children, Mrs. M. A. Ludwig of Grand
Isle and her two sons, Messrs. Albert
he 21- Siddons of Miami, Fla., and John Sid
ervices dons of Tulsa, Okla. These have lost
a loving mother, and we express our
charist sympathy and pray that God may
bless and comfort them in their be
ion at Dr. H. M. Fay was called to Lin
denwood, Ill., on accolnt of the ser
ious illness of Mrs. Fay, who was
visiting relatives. He left Monday
night and expects to return within
7:30 Some of our summer tourists who
witb have been enjoying worship in other
Arma churches report that our volunteer
hour. choir gives as good music as the paid
Holy choirs heard this mummer. Of course
Rec- Mrs. Loyd of Jackson, Tenn., is the
take guest of her son, Mr. William Loyd,
night 413 Homer street.
Mrs. A. Hingle, 616 Webster street, t
Evan- has been sick, but is improving. r
lebra- Mr. Paul Malone was sick several a
7:00 days last week, but is better.
Mrs. J. G. Hicks, 413 Slidell ave- 1
Ser- nue, after spending the summer in tl
Biloxi, is at home again. Ii
rday Mr. Claude Entwisle will be missed
for a while, as he has gone to sea
urch Thank you for that offering, for 3i
We the organ note was due, which was E
:hoir met with your help.
eeras Catechism class meets at the E
one church at 3:30 p. m. today. A
re Services next Sunday at 11 a. m. H
lorn- and 7:45 p. m.
ach- Trinity Evangelical K
dly Lutheran Church
a Corner Olivier and Eliza Streets, 10
W. H. Hafner, Pastor. GI
43is 8 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240.
cial The voting members will meet in B
par- special session again tonight after
and the service. All voting members are
A. requested to be present.
las The catechetical instructions have
'S- begun again. The class meets Mon
day, Wednesday and Priday afternoon De
of for the time being. A little latert
her another day may be added. The 141
ass class was not fully represented at Th
dr the opening session. Parents, please the
s ee to it that your children attend. lar
The following girls of our congre- thr
ch sgation intend to give a lawn party I
the of their own for the Baptismal Font Thi
ec- Fund. The party is to be given on ba
to Sept. 2 at the home of Tlle Craw- hoa
45 ford. The girls undertaking this ve- o'el
i ture are Bernice Clasen, Tllie Craw- to t
ter ford, Edna Purcell and Grace RiBher, D
and they asked the pastor to insert co
this notice in his notes. whl
The Helping Hand Circle and the
Trinity Lutheran Society are plan- tl4
sing a lawn party to be given on the
me church lawn about the middle of Oc-wen
tober. Further details will be an- T
ar- The pastor is now preaching a i
th series of sermons on the Lord's tor
W Prayer. All members are urged to
k attend regularly. Tonight the intro. asse
is duction of the Lord's Prayer, "Our
a Father who art in Heaven," will be
. treated. Come and bring your friends.
o Let this be a reminder to you, dear
r reader, that we have a Bible Class
to our congretion whieh meets rue
e lulary every Tuesday aight at 7:30.
t You are heartily invited to attend.
We promise you that you will proft
Sby your attendance. Come once and
Y oun wil come again.
aOne of NeeM' Pets.
n It was swampy areound Demver 3, .
h 000000 years ag uecordla to et
e J. D. Diging, director of the CoIn. n
Sredo Museum ot Natural History, Te
r.traveler who wa~s to heobnob with
b h masters of kle go ean do so la
the c rk ecitlet , Dever,W
.where thel eo et af shmal TlIe T
ty related to the peausnt-y rhinoe.
rous t s eMhuon b oneal et ot
oere with a ImItatin hide.
Natural Quallsati. .e
"Oliver Twist was always asig
fr more," remarked Senator Bo
"Trt be beame a worty eltidn.
ebrind the admirer et Dickens~
"Tn Proba e he gew ~ ewe.
Jual uo be a ton eectore, parke
Bara Church of the Holy
-t Name of Mary
Grand Last Sunday a Solemn High Mass an
Albert was celebrated in honor of the feast "
n Sid. I of the Holy Name of Mary, and in
* lost memory of the deceased Fourth De. Bs
is our gree members of the Knights of Co
m lumbus. The Mass was sung by Rev. *
ir be- M. A. Cotter, S. M. Rev. John I
Guinan, S. M., was Deacon and Rev.
SLn- H. T. Hayes, S. M., was Subdeacon
s at the Mass. Rev. Peter McOscar, S. .:
M., preached the sermon and Rev. E. S
day P. McGrath, S. M., was Master of
Ceremonies. In the sanctuary were e
Rev. F. X. Walsh, Rev. J. Albert, 8.
S. J., Rev. J. Duane, S. M. About
ther 600 Knights of Columbus marched in R
sther procession through the streets of Al- *
pteer gers accompanied by the Algiers K. Bay
Paid C. Band. When they reached the "
urse Church they formed two files, and with con
the swords drawn they stood at attention ulgi
Ayd, while the clergy and altar boys walked
between them from the presbytery to
reet. the Sanctuary. The K. C. Choir
rendered beautiful music, and the
reral sermon preached by Father McOscar
was a glowing tribute to the Holy
ave. Name of Mary and a compliment to
r in the high ideals of the Knights of Co
sea Camille Margaret, daughter of Earl
A. Vallette and Camille M. 8pahr of
for 331 Opelousas Ave. Sponsors, Chas.
was B. Spahr, Jr., and Madeline E. Spahr.
Clayton Anthony, son of Micheal
the E. Stenger and 0llOe L McLean of S09
Atlantic Avenue. Sponsors, Floyd
m. Huff and Althea Gorman.
Mary Ruth, daughter of Wm. O.
Kelly and Daisy Mary Kestler of 562
Elmira Avenue. Sponsors, Jas. A.
Kestler and Louise M. Kestler.
Adelle Elaine, daughter of Michel
Melkie and Cecella Castroglovanni of
1000 Allx Street. Sponsors, George
Ghehardy and Virginia Benninate.
8 Ambrose George, son of Morris E.
Grimes and Margaret Siegel of 650
In Belleville Street. Sponsors, Ambrose
ter G. Seigel and Mrs. Julia Seigel
ye The annual Memorial Mass of Blen
Dile General Assembly of the Fourth
SDetr, Knights of Columbus, was
ter held at 10:3 o'clock Sunday morn
e* ing at Holy Name of Mary (Chrch.
at The committee, in an elert to make ]
e the ere ry unusually lmpsessive,
d Invited Third Degree members of the
re- three councils to particliate.
ty Members of the assembly and the .s
nt Third Degree Knights, with two fu
Sbands, assembled at the K. of C.
w. home, 83 Carondelet street, at 9
a- o'clock and proceeded in formation
.. to the Canal street ferry. The Fourth
r, Degree Knights were in the summer
rt costume of the degree-white nit, H
whi shoes, white o whitesocks, white shirt,
e stiff white straw hat and black bow
Stie, with baldric and sword. Third
e Degree members were regaeted to
i wear white suits.
*- The new banner of the assembly
was unfurled and Archbishop Shaw
a blessed it after the Mass. The pas C,
s tor of the church, the Rev. M. A.
SCotter, S. M., is faithful friar of the "Do
o assembly ride asi
A "OIem Rsm ne.h,
A G000 AuTHohIrry Wh
:5m widkeI my hea is eleer ht "He'u
iait he never knew hea loved hi "H
Till her rich aue del.
Time to Eemo
'A thousand dollar iean will put me oor
s my feet," said the cltlsea in d, d
tri trian as
"Get a yoar feet lint and I' talk his POc
o yes," replied the banker. Wl
"Eh T'"I'm I
"Ye have a bread mew sport a ~ jumpe
hered at IB bet." Previous
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'd I Church Notices
tr. T RATIST CURCa 01.
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. nm
er P l'reaching-Sunday II a. m. and 7.39
"B. 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 ht.
nf,. CRURCH OF TUI HOLY NAME OF1
Verret and Alix Ste.
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Parish Priest; Rev
're. I. Guinan. Rev. B. P. McGrath and Rev
E. Hayes, assistants.
i Phone. Algiers 678
Week Day)--Masses. 6. 6:30 and 7.
Wednesday- --4 30.
Sunday--4. 8:30. 7:30. 9 and IL
Rev. C. C. Wier. p asVer: resld'.uee, 231
Olvier Si. Phone Algiers 138.
tnaday-l. a. m. and 7:30 n. m
Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p m.
MT. OLIVET CHURCH.
Pelican Ave. and Olivler St.
loly erv. Nicholas Rfghtor. Rectnr,
JResidence. 325 Olivier St.
Sunday 7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Morning Pravyr
and S..rnmon. 10:45 a. m. Evening Pr:ay.r
I Maus and Sermon. 7:30 p. m.
.e feast TRINITY EVANOELICAI. LUTH3RA
and in Corner Olivier and Eliza Sts.
rth De. Rev. W. H. Hafner. Rep.. 43.8 Olier 8t
of Co Phone Algiers 240.
SRo Sund e-8-:0 a. m.
. John 8uda Sehool-0:30 a. m.
d Rev. Th ay-7:30 p. m.
deacon CHRISTIAN sCeaoLa
tar, S. Church of Christ deattet., a brand
, S. ea the Nether Church Isa Boete. Mdkee
Lev. E. aashville Avease a fldarld treet. Su
o ay services at 11 a. a.
ter Soaday Schbool at 9:30 a. m.
were Wednesday eveanlas mryle at 8 p. a.
ert, 8. ALL PAINTS CHURCW.
About Teche Street.
bed in Rev. James B. Albert. 88. J.. Pastor
A Masses Sunday and Holy Days. 6:00 and
o 9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 mass
erS K. Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. m. Sunday night
Stheervice, 7:30 p. a. Holy Hour Thursday.
7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass, 6:30 a. m.
I With Confessioes, Saturday, afternoon and
ery to Phe Upwa 7.e
Cholr CHAS. J. SICARD
Sthe . . TIRES
Oscar arwaore PalMe ad Oils
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FRENCH TOWN COFFEE
rth 537 TOULOUSE ST. H 3806
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We Ihave the beat tn ae
the . we T* 7 th higheU t mes
twoe tethe beet ew. No eder
S -e be mail. Who
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COULDNT MILK EICYCL Po
he "D)on't you want to buy a bleydp to
ride around your farm on" asked the
Lhardware clerk, aUs he wrapped up theAUTO
Sails. "They're cheap now. I can let
yrea have a Brat-dus one for 5.'"
"I'd rather put 865 in a cow," ro
piled the farmer.
"But thiak,-" pelted the derL 1
thow fooliye uook rudla around e
"Oh, I don't know," aid the farmer,
troking bi ebhla: "o more foolish, I Borl1
ea, thn I would milkln' a bicycle." that d
-Frult Dlspatch. lure
A Martyr. Mia
"What's beome o Reantingt haps
SRoarer, the eminent trtedlia " as you
"He's playing small parts In the
S "He aued to ay he'd starve before Lady
he'd Protitute his talenti on the ahame
"Maybe he did. He was considerably Fray
moderweight when he signed up." handon
"You had a narrow escape from that
Snotorcar, my friend."
"I did, ilndeed," replied the pede,. Miss
trim ua he took a tape measure out of moont i
hi. pocket, tenant I
"What are you gelat to dor Lieut,
"I'm going to menaure the distance easlcr,
I Jumped. I believe I exceeded nmy goo trl
Ievoo record fUlly two feea." any kine
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