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NOW
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AND
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and Doughnuts
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We all have to spad to eat. Bat you
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with as. Our prices are low and the
quality Is high.
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* bear her whistle. She made quite a DOw
hit when in San Francisco with her 8cbo
I mother, Mrs. Grace Bedard. Sdentista be p
cannot fo re how the youngster be. be sta
ScaInme such a great whistler. She car. tobe
Sles any tune and, e for sounding the to ge
I call of the birds-well, the birds them- comm
slves are ooled. The
Japanese Cut Exports of Silk. buildi
Tokyo.-In order to prevent a slomp Septe
Sin the market, manufacturers and ex- called
t porters of raw silk have decided to start
I hold 80 per cant e their output at leaeg
I Tekohama. The silk bha been ac- The I
I cumulatlng at e okohama owing to
esagnation of apedt trade and decline Scbw
tin dometle dehea t w
Latnedlady Wlls Beard er wa8.
Ner work.t-Chatrile Charles, for
timt years a boardg-house proprie.
Tte. rewarded the kndness and
thoughtfulaes of Frank J. Harley, a.
boarder, by leaving him her entire fore
tune of 206& She died June 28. Hus. 438 O
er Is an acrobat, hewa on the stage
aes rank jR o. On
As a rule, very few tases of nerveoa Street
-apse are traced to the plow. Ti
few d
The osly vehicle that keeps withi to hel
the speed laws is the water wagon. Eer7
: fund 1
The world's champion grouch is as tend
Iceman kicking about hot weather. The S
The man who bas the right of waj Nina
easfe, It he deeun't try to take it. . The
and tU
The geach tertant are poetie; give a
they call their stenographers dactyols as Ma
the list Of Ibtal meter aeedsst p-jg
g thew llju-rwet asa ogigglm e
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FALSE HOPE
Sin on every side is growing
nolder, and the very delusion con
tained in the statement, "TheI
world is growing better," is ol
satanic origin, and is for the pur
pose of putting to sleep the forces
uf righteousness.
Human nature is incapable of
moral improvement by any human
process known to mankind. The
only thing within the power of
God that can change human na
ture is regeneration. Reformation
cannot affect its character. Re
generation must precede reforma
tion. Those who have been regen
erated are of course growing bet
ter; they are improving; they are
progressing; they are growing more
Godlike.
The good are getting better, but
the bad are getting worse. The
ungenerated, the unwashed, the
unsaved are more skilled, subtle,
S--- w --' "Ia .ca acIs ul Uava- I IUwIa wu wur sV-nl UCuC u.
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
- Methodist Church Notes
W Rev. 0 .C. Wie., Paster. Rsliden
ISO Olivier, Phoee Ad 188.
Last Sunday we had our usual
U services that were enjoyed by the
R worshippers. The Pastor wuas in the
$ pulpit at both services. The musio
in the morning was marked by the
absence of many of the members of
the men's Choir, some were out of
town and some were sick. These
were missed, but we appreciate the
or music by those who were present. At
night, Mispah Choir had unusually
good music, consisting 9f anthems
and a solo by Mrs. Jessie Summers in
which she was supported by the
choir.
PERSONALS.
Saturday, September 23, 1922, Mr.
Horace B. Rickey and Miss Marjorie
Bouvier were united in marriage at
Parker Memorial Church, the Revs.
C. C. Wier and H. N. Brown officiat.
Ing. Mr. Rickey is a son of the Rev.
and Mrs. H. W. Ricckey of DeRidder
) and is a teacher in the City schools.
He has been identified with our
church for a large part of the time
he has resided in New Orleans, but
has recently transferred to Parker
Memorial Church. The bride is the
accomplished daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
J. G. Bouvier of New Orleans. The
a young people will reside in town,
corner of Zimple and Broadway,
where Mr. Rickey built a house dart
ing the summer. The happy couple 1
attended night service in Algiers t
Sunday night and after the benedic- (
tion they were escorted into the Ep t
worth League room, where they re 1
ceived the coagratulations of a host r
of friends who are greatly Interested a
in them. They were accompanied by 4
Mr. H. W. Rickey, Jr. ,and the grooms 1
mother Mrs. H. W. Rickey, who was n
Miss Octavia Wynn. I
The following have been granted I
letters of certificate of church mem- I
bership, Mrs. J. E. B. Haley, who
has gone to Cleborne, Texas, Mr. and
Mrs Y. S. Kerr who have mpoved to
Houston, and Dearo Trotter to San t
Franclsco. t.
Mr. R. D. Meyers came from Tulsa,
Okla., Sunday and remained a few
days the guest of Mrs. Hatheebring,
14 Segulna Street He and Mrs.
Meyers and little Ruel returned to t
Tulsa, Wednesday. t
Mrs. H. W. Rickey after attending
the Rickey-Bouvier wedding has re
turned to her home in DeRidder, La.
Mrs. Doty and her two children are a
the guests of the Albrisse family on
Belleville Street.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. k
Next Sunday marks an important a
d day in the Church life, it begins the ic
new quarljr and the new Sunday of
8chool year, the various classes wll a
a be promoted and the years work will
. be started. All the teachers are urged a
to be present and to use every means l
e to get every pupil presnt. It isalso
i- communion Sunday for our church.
The Union Epworth League will
five a beneft at the Y. M. C. A., 01
building at Lee Circle Saturday night, Ti
p September 30, the entertainment is
called the "M. T. Dome's Circus" M
* starting at 8 o'clock. Our Algiers 42
f league will have charge of the band. A
The funds will be used to defray the
° expenses of a girl at the Vashtti B
SSchool.
Ps
Trinity Evangelial
Lutheran Church C
SCeoher OIIvier and ils. Streets,
W. H. Hafaer, Paste. M
S438 OIIvier It. Phone AlgierS, Atl
On Prldy night this week a lawn
party will be held at 909 Bellele Oc
a Street l
This venture was undertaken by ao
few girls of our econgregation t rder
a to help along the Bptiumal Fund. MI
Every one who is interested h this
: fund is invited by these girs to at
atenad this lawa prty tumaorrow night jk
The four girls giing the lawn party p
ae: Tilie Crawfrd Bernaice Clasues
SEdna Prcell, and Grace Bher.
The Trait HelpDit Bed Circe ,e
and t herty Walther League wPai
I slve a lawn party e the chrc lm ar
oem Moeaday night October . Thse
rocebs are to lo rate the nildiug a
Or wsnsmw being swmgnd ia 1
yl recctkAMatiiews
nl AUTOCAsER.
f and powerful in the practices of
sin than ever before in the history
n of the world.
The corrupt are becoiging more
scientific in their corruption, and
- more determined to practice cor
- ruption.
e There are three great stubborn
e facts confronting us.
FIRST-The tact of sin. It is
t the most stubborn fact, the most
awful fact, and the most destruc
tive fact in the universe.
SECOND--The fact of salva
both buildings, the church and pars
onage will be painted in the nea_
future. This means an expenditure of
money. All members will be ap
proached for a special donation to
cover these expenditures some time
this fall. It is hoped that all will
the respond with a liberal donation.
the
Use Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
of -
ae Sunday School will start next Sun
the day after the 9 o'clock Mass. All the
At public school children are expected to
1y attend. The regular week-day cate
es chism classes will start Monday morn
in ing, October 2nd, at 8 o'clock.
he The October devotions will start
next Sunday at 7 p. m. The Rosary
will be said before the Blessed Sacra
Ir. ment, and the Litany and Benediction
will follow.
at The ROSARY.
s. For centuries in the Church of God
-t. -ever since the tmie of the great St.
y. Dominie-the Rosary has been one of
er the chlefest means of Catholic devo
tion. Few prayers have become so
widespread among the faithful. The
ae popularity of the Rosary is due alike
to its simplicity, which makes it
suited to the capacity of all classes,
and to the sublime character of the
prayers and meditations which it em
braces and excites. All can say the
e Rosary-rich and poor, learned and
unlearned, young and old. And no
7. prayers assuredly could be better ac
' comodated to the needs of a Christian
Slife and Christian perfection than
rs those of which it is composed. The
c- Our Father and Hail Mary, the mys
P teries of our Saviour's life and death.
- His infancy and youth, His trials, sor.
t rows, sufferings, and triumphs,-what
d subjects of thought can be more con
7 ducive to Christian elevation and
i highest perfection than these, But
s not only is the Rosary, by reason of
its lofty prayers and meditations, a
d powerful help to spiritual life and
a- progress; it is also a very special
Smeans of expiation. Most richly has
4 It been endowed with indulgences
A both for the living and the dead. And
a thus it is that the proper exercise of
this great devotion, while mnaking for
tP dersonal sanctification through the
I use of sweeter prayers and holiest re
L flections, is likewise designed to clear
l away the temporal effects of in and
; prepare the soul for its supreme beati
tude.
g Heartily, then will all Cathoca
Swelcomre this month of October, in
Swhich the Rosary with its mysteres,
and treasures, is beatifully t before
us. Attendance at these devotions
wil doubtles make the Rosary better
known and better appreeiated and
will thereby contribute not a little to a
t a fuller knowledge and a more ardent
love of the ever blessed Mother of
r our Savior, the Queen of the Rosary I
and our advocate with God.
I Ferrell John, son of Joseph Smith
Iand Walbura Hotard of !10 Ope.
I louas Avenue. Sponsors, John roxI
Sand LUvola Hotard.
Edward Louis, son of Heert Bu
I ra and Anna Treadaway of 15
Olivier Street. 8ponsors, Win J.
STreadawy and Mrs. H. r Ses. e
Rouyest Peter Aloysius, son of Roy z
McCloskey and Phyllis Sclnuber of
428 Bouny Street. Sponsors Peter
Anderson and Veronica MeCloskey. o
Joseph Frederiek, son of Joseph
Baker Phillips and Winnifred J. I
Frederick. Sponsors, Thos. Frederick
and Mrs. S. J. Frederic d
Cnamille Rose, daughter of Alphonse
Armone and Santa Costello of Lower
Balyer and Me re Laurev r
, Camille Anna, daughter of 8. A.
Costell aad Anna An et sas Sess a
rs, Manuel Peletere and AglnU
Costello.
MEMORIAL MASS BY
S KNIGiTs OP COLWIBU. Ui
What was really the frst sueeemtul c
Joint demeatrslobn f the Third and
Fourth D re nits o, Oslumbus
wia held en 8uday, Septemer 17th.
atder the auspises of Blmvlle Ge
eml Assembly, Fourth Degrs
The oeeleun was the Annual Mem.
eranl Mass of Blonvlle oeudr As- L
mmhly, and the Roey Name of MaY j
tion. There would he no salvation
ii we were not lost. You can't
save something that hasn't been
lost. The salvation provided by
the blood of Christ is the only
fact that is constructive, redemp
tive, and recreative.
THIRI)---The stubborn fact of
depraved. lost human nature. This
great entity lkown as sinful man
cannot be imlprovcd by external
proceksses; he cannot be redeemed
by education or evolution, or any
other of the delusions. lie can be
'f saved only by the regenerating act
Y of the Hloly Ghost.
It is the duty of the church and
e of every minister of the gospel to
d preach the awfulness of sin, the
absolute certainty and power of
salvation, the judgment that awaits
n the unrepentant, and to denounce I
with all the power possible the i
s hellish delusion that the world is
t growing better.
Awake! Strike! Preach! And
reach the unsaved, for they are
growing worse-not better.
rs, 836 Carondelet Street, at 9:15 o'clock,
gar and promptly at 9:30, the procession
of started. The military band of Santa
ap. Maria Council followed the detail of
to mounted and foot policemen, in com
me mand of Capts. Jackson and Peter
rill son, after which came the officers and
members of Bienville General As
sembly led by Vice Supreme Master
Burke, of De Soto province, and Mas
ter Louis W. Peterson, and Faithful
Navigator Hamnntt.
The Fourth Degree Members were
about one hundred fifty in number,
in. and wore the summer uniform, con
he isting of white suits, shoes, hat, etc..
together with sword and baldric. The
Fourth Degree members were in
rn charge of Drill Master Sir Knight
Higgins, assisted by Sir Knights Ross
irt and Usner; and, from remarks heard
ry after the parade, made a splendid
showing both in appearance and in
a the exhibition drills.
The Third Degree Knights of Or
leans, Santa Maria and Marquette I
a Councils, about three hundred fifty
it- strong, led by Grand Knights Wagner
of and Muntz and other subordinate of
'- ficers followed, they also being pre
o0 ceded by a band of music.
ie The parade proceeded down Caron
•e delet street to Canal street, and thence
it to the terry, arriving at the Church
s, about 10:30 a. m.
m From appearances in Algiers, our
' coming was most welcome, the streets
'e along the route being profusely deco
d rated with American flags and bunt
o ings, as well as with the Knights of
Columbus emblem.
a On arrival at the church, the
a Knights formed an aisle from the
1 presbytery to the altar rail, through
- which the clergy passed into the
a. sanctuary.
r" The Solemn High Mass was sung by
Lt the Very Rev. M. K. Cotter, S. M.,
i the Faithful Friar of Bienville As
d sembly, assisted by Rev. J. Guinan,
It S. M., as Deacon, and Rev. H. T. -
SHayeq 8. M., as sub-Deacon, with
a Rev. F. X. Walsh, Rev. James Albert,
d S. S. J. and Rev. J. Duane, . M., in
al the Sanetuary.
s The sermon was preached by Rev.
I learned speaker. It was a very happy
l coincidence that the Feast of the Holy
r Name of Mary had been chosen for
e the Memorial Mass and Father Mc
- Oer's sermon on Peast of the day,
r was most instructive.
d The music for the Mass was fur
l- nished by the Knights of Columbus
Choral Club, under the able direction
D of Dr. Dupuy and Sir Knight Liebe,
n and showed the result of considerable
training and practice.
D After the Mass the parade proceed
Iled to the home of Santa Maria Coun
r dl, where the good brothers from
I "Across the Waters" had a bountitul
° supply of soft drinks on hand for the
t thirsty marchers.
i The marchers did not linger long
r at the K. C. Home, however, as the
dinner hour was nearing, so the
i march to New Orleans was begun and
lot it be said to the credit of the
marchers that few left the line of
march before the Home was reached. *
The eommitte in charge of the pa
rade and Memorial Mass consisted of:
Sir Knights T. J. MeCarthy, J. M.
Usner, Robert J. Ross, Chas. B. Ditt- T
man, Jr., R. J. Thompson, Huma V. O
Bertel, chairman. P
This committee is very appreciative o'
of the splendid display of enthusiasm i
as shown by the outturn of both p1
Third and ourth Degree members; g
whicb, no deabt, woul have been t
double, if the weather had not been
inclement. The committee also is ap
preciative of the splendid assistance g
rendered them by the fficers of the a
various Counciis partieipating as well TI
as the members and officers of the
Choral Club. I
A great may localities report a -
ber shbortage, but it isn't that there are
not men enough for the jobs, says the
Houston Post. The trouble is, the
jobs are otlastory, most of them
being t in the menshb , and away a
from mft-drink stands, aud minas the T
comfallg peumce of a slapper st tel
merapher and a machine for dipping lb
To
D te - greaw t IMdlagnnal at th
ogesi that man was Iseseaded
um lowm r s msle, we are ampeiled
n.e tshe seaste Peat.em
that he L the worst bJha e ·a ad
the aabl pmnhs nmnabitlnge a eam
eath. eI c
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Church Notices
7W? UAPTIST CaVICz OP
ALGIWRS.
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.30
p. m.
I. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior-Sun.
day evening 6:30 at K. of '. IHall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 p.
m., at Pastors' home. 230 Verret St.
ChURCHt OF THU HOL1Y NAMI. OF
MARY.
Verret and Alir Sts
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Parish Prlet:; Rev
I. Guinan, Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev
. Hayes, assistants.
Phone. Algiers 678.
SERVICES.
Week Days--Massaes. . 6:30 and 7.
Weadneday--8:30.
unaday--, :30, 7:30. 9 and 11.
lsepsme-3-4.
METHODIRT CIII' CE.
Opelousas Ave.
Rev. C. C. Wier. pastor: resld..ne, 24V
- lvier St. Phone Aldiers 138.
8RVICES.
Snday Schbool-- :30.
Suaday-11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p. m.
.MT. OLIVET CHRRCII,
Pelleas Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Nicholas Riýhtor. iector.
ick, Residence, 325 Olivier St.
ion Sunday 7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
nta Sunday School. 9:30 a. mi. Morning Prayer
and Sermon. 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer
of and Sermon, 7:30 p. m.
m- TRINITY IVANGELICAL. LUTHERAI
ter- CHUBRCR.
nd Corner Olivier and Eliza Sts.
As- Rey. W. H. Hatner. Res.. 438 Olivier St
Phonee Algler 240.
ter SERVICES.
s- Sunday--4:30 a. m.
u1 unday Scbool1-9:30 a. m.
Thursday-7:30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
are prst Charch of Christ Sdeattst, a braael
r, a~ the Mother Church In Beeteo. Ediflee
Nashville Avenue sad Garfield street. Si,
d- day aervices at 11 a. m.
LC., Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
he Weesday eveae service at 8 p. a.
in ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
ht Teche Street.
Rev. James B. Albert. 88. J., Pastor
Hi Masses Sunday and Holy Days. 6:00 and
rd 0:00. Sunday School after 9:00 maw
ld Baptlsms, 8unday, 4 p. m. Sunday night
Service, 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday,
In 7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass. 6:30 a. m.
Confessions, Saturday, afternoon aad
)r- ght.
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U. S. TIRES
'e- lardware Pait ead Oils
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We have the best bhi a kbe
S0 S oS e ay the bigect /rts.
for *e beet e*er. No order te a
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Compat Plant Watoern Product. Sc
On the prairies and plains of Utah, t
Texas and southern Minnesota there 13
grows a wooderful plant which has
proved useful to travelers wanderlng
over these vast tracts of country. It
is called the compass plant, or pilot it
plant, becaue ot a peculiarity In the tie
growth of the leaves, which grow al. O
trternately along the stalk, and point bi
precisely north and aouth. e
The Indians f6llowed the directicel
given them by theseo pointing leaves,
and told the white men about it.
This plant belongs to the family of
theo Compostae, and looks very muchb
liko the sunflower. It has a stronl,
resnloous odor, somewhat like turpen~ In
tine, and sometimes goes by the name
eof "turpentine plant." sIhe
eat Authers Write Sadly.
All great author, write r lIy. That '1
is well known. At least the pedants a
my so. Oret writers are Impetuous. for
Tie vigor of their vocabulary, the i- o
tentRy of their style, the daring ofa
t Ir phrames disconcert the pedants.
To the pundits good writing apparently
means writing accordlang to rules. But l
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