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SIILL MATTER FOR RESEARCH
Astronomical Science, 4"thrc _.h En.
moutly Developed, Has Yet a
Great Deal to Discover.
A century of continuous achleve
ments in the knowledge of other
worlds has brought us, as Professor
Eddington suggests, to the threshold
of expectatlons which a generation
ago would have been deemed fantas
We have giant telescopes beyond the
Imagination of fifty years ago. The
camera has, in the minds of many of
the public, almost brought the sun
and his satellites onto a dissectlag
table. Aboveeverything else the spec
trocope ha- revolutionized astronom
ieal slenace by revealing the materials
of which the sun, moon and stars are
But we must calmly await the in
ibtruatlon of ecience which admits the
estene of vegetation In Mars as to
thbe mysterious "cslgnals" of ts inbhab.
Itnts There may be mes in the moos
I the breathable atmosphere of its
stupmendous craters. The ield of asre
nonical research ecludes nothing but
the impssible. We all share the "feel
la" to which Profesor Eddtngton
-- expreselsm "that we are on the
verge of something greater than our
drems can shape."-London Mall.
. KIgs Who Never Grew Old.
A cakme castem of a pastoal peso
gle of Usanda, known as the Banyore
I mslated by the Rev. John Boscoe.
Be said that when once a king
was enthroned his peson beesame
acred, and his tood was restricted to
m.lk and beet hfrom a sacred beard aof
The Beanyoro monarch ever allowed
.hm1sf to ro* eld nor his facultlee
to beesme tlmpeled. When he thoeght
he was goltg to be seriously Ill be
algd a eouncil, arranged state affairs
with the ptelndpal chiefs without glv
Sthem sany reason for thiaking that
s was abot to die. and dismissed
em to carry out his instrttions.
Team he returned to his private
u m"m smmneed his chief wite, saend
elaed her to bring him a cup st
p m. Ho drank the contests, and in
a -s ml tes was dead.
Whats Inllde thl Ikt?
CaOubes hasb been subjected to SIre
het mergy sad to vety high prem
at the ame time to be fSrmsed into a
rmii smlid, th diamoAd. Carbon in
thO satral rrag s o giant suns is
baected to as intensity of energy
el. heat hr peste than amy that casn
he smred by electredcemests In lab.
eateries In either hbIghly codesesa
akste betwenm metalie termiale I or
are It Is net knowsn what eeet sske
Lntam bea y b he leat has e the
a udlahle ot selence. Afoms in the
ktersrs et highly i deseesest ses
She ashed heck to Irimerdlal
elctrms; or deetrues mar amse have
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Vitality of Coffee in Haiti.
The remarkaliie vitality of the coffee
plant is siow in in liti. where, it is
said, no coffee hass lthen ,plinted since
the French colonists were lisitosessed
t of their Ilantations 1"O years ag':. The
natives have merely profited fiora the
rich farm heritage seized from their
employers and rulers, and lacking even
rudimentary care and cultivation, the
coffee fields have lost their original
productivity and have become over
spread with thickets and weeds. To.
day there ae scarcely any clearly doe
anted coffee fields, the plants being al
lowed to grow wild and to become
mixed with rank growths of every sort.
I Notwithstanding this neglect coffee Is
by far the most valuable product of
Haiti's commerce. The bulk of the
yield goes to France. Added to neg
lect of the plants, the Haitian coffie
"raiser" Injures his plants by tearing
offt branches with the pods, and thus
In Different Classes.
A ,slAtor in an Australian home le
gqired of his host's little son, "Do yoa
go to school nowY"
S"And what do yu learn--readion
S"Oh, yes. and I earn religion, too."
"Yes. I learn the little religlom
whiw h teaches that we all come from
Adam. But my older brother is in a
higher class; he learns the l!g religion
and that teaches that we all nroe
from monkeys."-Bostoa Transcript.
Wonder of 8mall Things.
The greatness of our life depends
on .o little! In the midst of the
huwrblest incidents of ordinary days,
the verse of a poet may msddenly re
I veal to us something stupendos. No
solemn word has been spoken, and
we feel that nothing has beesn called
forth; and yet, why has an ineffable
face beckoned to us from behind an ol,
man's fearst Or why does a vast
i ight, stnrred with angels, extend over
the smile of a childl--Maeteriac.
"I thtnk that su::l boy of ors s .
poing to he a poet."
"That so? Why?"
"He never walnts to have his asi]
Feetball With a AIeS Taest.
Ittle mut, aged three, lived aesr a
esetals college eampus, and he was
much edted last fall over the foet.
Sbel games. One day he placede a feet
Satll that had been gived s him be
I tween his strdy legs and leaned over
St as h had ses the crter do. Them
h er a moment he w stumped. Hl
p knew that the players called out some 1
Sthuag bs o the ball was aPUt i~t
py, bt b had so Idea what it was.
I All heould think ofwas hie .a
r sheol text; so he called aout, "Be
I Mld to oe a otl'-go!" and gays i
Sthe bal a vigoreu puch-Teutnl~I
IwAles 1 seed Humsr..
Iuama e-dlWte ealed m rs n a
ae--M How dl dm happes to hitI
upae that way to diuse a eans a I
hm'-New Teek Sue. (
A SCHOOLBOY whose awakened conscience and
interest in the world as it is, mixed his arith
metic and geographic knowledge into a long list of
interrogations that perplexed him.
"What are we going to do for shingles and boards
when the trees are all cut down?"
"What are we going to do when the coal is all
"Where are they going to go when the land is all
owned and used?'
It is a wise boy that puts such questions to himself.
He is thinking in terms of conservation. That young
chap is going to be a useful citizen. He is not going
to be a waster. He is to help solve our conservation
Thank goodness, the world is full of just such boys
who do not wish to live a Nero life, to spend what
there is now and let those who follow suffer the
Deluge. Such boys are going to save the needs of
life from devastation, and long before a need is ex
hausted they will find its substitute.
We thatched our roofs with straw before the shin
gles came. Because we have the shingles we now
burn the straw. When the trees are all gone we will
make a better shingle from the straw.
Geologists tell us that there is coal enough to last
through several centuries of time. Already we are
toying with great condensers that gather many sun
br.ms into one strong ray of heat.
V'e have found it possible not only to get heat
fiom the sun, but to store it. Its only impractibility
is the cost of operation. The same genius that found
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Methodist Church Notes
Rev. 0 .C. Wier, Pastor. Residence
2 Olivier, Phone lg. 188.
Church Vallette and Opelousas.
Last Sunday was a very busy one
with our workers. We had our regu
lar morning and evening hours of
worship, and then the Senior Epworth
Leaguers went to the Bonner Home
in the afternoon. At the morning
hour. the Pastor had a message on
Discipleship, that was prepared
especially for the members who have
joined during his administration;
the Men's Choir had some nice
anthems. At night. ;Mrs. Sanford
Hebert sang a solo in which she was
- supported in the chorus by Mizpah
Choir; Mrs. Summers sang a solo at
the Bonner Home.
On Friday, November 9, 1922, oc
curred the death of Mrs. Herbert M.
Fay at her home, Teche and Homer.
Her remains were carried to her old
home in Creston. Ill., where she was
buried in the family plot of her loved
ones in Greenwood Cemetery. Be
fore the body was removed, there was
a short funeral service conducted by
the Pastor, Rev. C. C. Wier, at Mothe's
Undertaking parlor on Seguin Street.
Her remains were accompanied by
her husband, Dr. Pay, and his sister,
Miss Fay. Mrs. Fay was a Miss
Mabel Rand and was born In Cres
ton, I. She had lived in our com
munity for more than two years. She
had many friends who deeply sym
pathise with her family in their be
reavement. She was an edueated
1 Christian woman whose life was in
vested absolutely for her Lord an&
Savior Jesus Christ. Her life among
as has shed a fragrance that will
linger for a long time. She died in
the faith and this is a great comfort
We are glad to report that the fol
lowinl have Joined our Church by
certificate: Mrs. H. A. Marrioneaux
of Picayune, Miss., and Mr. T. J.
Williams of Ripley, Tenn. We wel
come these Christians into our midst
and trust that we may be of mutual
Interest in the Kingdom of God.
Last Thursday night the Fourth
Quarterly Conference was held in the
Church. Dr. T. P. Bell read a bean
tiful resolution endorsing the four
years of good service rendered by the
retiring presiding Elder, the Rev. J.
G. Snelling, whose time expires by
the four year rule that still applies
to the Presiding Elder. Dr. Bell alst
made an appropriate and direct ap
peal in which the labors of the Pas
tor were commended and his return
to Algiers, as the Pastor for thie se
enth time was urged. These expres
sions were from the Church. Thank
you for all of the mice words about
the Pastor and the Elder.
We all missed Mr. B. B. Cayard
last Sunday. He was called to visit
81idell and Pearl River in the inter.
est of the Upworth League work. Mr.
Rickey acted as Sunday School
Superintendent during his absence.
Mrs. Walter J. Harvey left with
her aunt, Mrs. Mohr of the Crescent
Hotel, last Saturday for a short stay
in Hot Springs, Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Ryan are visit
iag the Feske family n Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Labit were re
I cent visitors to their daughter, Mrs.
Wallis in Houma.
Miss Gladys Heard of Bunklde, is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wier.
Mr. Abble Lewis was a recent
gueat of his uncle, Dr. A . K. ing.
He is a medical stndent at Tulane
Neat Sunday is tihe last in this
Coafermcee year and the coaregation
Ihave the elosta, "Not an empty pewn
,i the ~hurch."
ttead und yes w 5 hi thei m jet
at the cromwanl yam, t the elz yrm,
spent in the Aliers Chmeh by the
Rev. C. C. Wler as Pastor
The Putear wants to see his t.
hers --p -r-e- presses,
apwth Leme mrvees wee eeni
mles by lth BerthL AllrsLe. The
,Chy Um haM thlirregiemsmtl~l
business meeting Tuesday night at
the Algiers Church.
O A hike and weiner roast is planned
for Thursday night and all who at
tended the last one are looking for
ward with a great deal of pleasure to
Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
if The Retreat for the men of the
h parish given under the auspices of
0 the Holy Name Society will start to
g night at 7:30 p. m. It is hoped that
n all the men who can possibly attend
d this retreat will do so. There will
e be Rosary and Sermon and Benedic
tion every night. The retreat will I
e be conducted by Father Hayes, the
i Spiritual Director of the Holy Name
Sunday afternoon the Holy Name
t Society will hold its Grand Rally in
New Orleans. Two hundred men from 1
Algiers headed by the K. of C. Band
are expected to take part in the v
parade. Mr. J. F. Matthews will act c
as Grand Marshall of the Algiers t
d Branch. Every member will carry
an American flag, and will wear a
i Golden Jubilee badge. The Algiers t
. branch will meet at the Church at I
1:30 p. m. I
I Jennie Marguerite, daughter of I
Peter Orlesh and Jennie Cinquemani. t
r Sponsors: Joseph Orlesh and Rosalie
I Theresa, daughter of Nick Manalle
and Mary Falletta. Sponsors: Nich- t
. olas Licata and Catherine Manalle.
Rae Theresa, daughter of J. P.
Brechtel and Jennie Schinn, of 527
Whitney avenue. Sponsors: Mr. and
I Mrs. Lewis Seymour.
Joyce Rita, daughter of Archie
Chestnut and Nellie Kestler. Spon
sors: George Kestler and Mrs. E. F. C
I Henry, son of Henry Bergeron and 4
Nora Williams. Sponsors: Philip
Boudreaux and Anita Bergeron.
Dora Adell Ines, daughter of
Charles Esnard and Dora E. Done
war, of 2020 Lawrence street. Spon
sors: Henry and Lillian Senner.
Florence Marie, daughter of An
gust Folse and Regina Bondreaux, of t
1118 8unmer street. Sponsors: Wil
fred Bourgeois and Eugenia Robi- .
Lena Antonia, daughter of Frank
Calme and Antonio Beninate, of
Homer and Verret streets. Sponsors: a
Andrew and Katie Quartano.
Mary Hilda, daughter of Feliclan
Tullier and Celeste Le Jeune, of 510 a
Webster street. Sponsors: Vernon '
Lejeune and Edna Tallier. c
James Clarence, son of Jason A. 0
Daigle and Bernice Babna, of 705 h
Evelina street. Sponsors: Walter e
Lightell and Josephine Daigle. i
Mount Olivet Church a
Rev. Nieelwae Righter, Rester s
Reeldence. OliMer; hMos Al
Sunday, the 19th Inst, win be the
23rd Sunday after Trinity. The Rea .
tor will hold the following servee at
Mt. Olivet Chubrc, eaerer Pelican Ave. U
and Olivier St: b
Celebration of the Holy Eucharlst tl
at 7:30 a. m. ri
Church School at 9:30 a. .--The ol
Rector has organised a Bible Class a
with a very good membership. Let's
try and make the lass larger freom
Sunday to Sunday. The class is open tl
to all young people of the church, n
and all adult persoas We seed moee l
of the fththers and mothers to come
to the Church School to emeourage the
PUpils. Why not ommemaeae your at- U
tendanes nest suedatt
Morndi Prayer and Searmon at
10:45 a. m.--We are very glad to aote
the inerossed atmendanm e c the poSa
people t this aerve, ery meom-I
ber of Mt. Olivet Parish attendlas t
leaist one p eang service en Sin- -
day, in addttln to the attadne at
the emtarly Cmmmnsm servie, would
mak, krge eenreatls er oevrt
urvl. It an be dems. Will me
help the eter, end the sed muoek
era In Mt. CRet eeagm et Try
to brIn this ahest emember`t At
Iest twe servIces sm eay. he
the process will cheapen it. We have found the
radio wave carries the sound. Physicists tell us that
same wave will carry heat.
Long before the coal is gone we will cease to mine
it. A cheaper and better process of heating our fur
naces will come direct to us from the sun whose
flames rise above its molten mass surface to the
height of the circumference of this earth. That old
ball has been burning a long time, and mathemratir~
haven't ciphers enough to calculate the endurance of
And what will we do when the land is all owned
and used? Look upon so rich a state as Oklaho:ma.
Only one-thirteenth of its tillable land is now u~nder
the plow. There is Florida, a tangled mass of ver
dure. A peninsula warmed by the sun and cooled by
the seas, moist and temperate where everything will
grow. Yet only one-third of its tillable land is un
der the plow. Ninety-seven per cent of its acres have
not yet felt the harrow. It will take several centuries
before even our good country will be crowded.
As our great interior desert has been brought to
bloom, so wi!l the mammoth isle of Australia flower.
Africa will be gardened. The lowlands of the Ama
zon and the highands of Himalayas will be farmed.
And as we close in, we will learn how to grow more
in less space.
This is a good old world we are in. It meets our
needs as our needs appear. It meets them because we
always have boys who grow to manhood with the
inquiring mind that wonders how they can help the
good old world to make all things better for man.
it early Eucharist, and either the morn
ing or night preaching service. Let's
t Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30
r- o'clock Sunday night.
o WEEK DAYS.
Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock, Lit
any Service with campaign instrue
tion. The big committee of forty.
eight will attend this service, and re
main for an informal meeting at the
close of the instruction.
The members of the Altar Chapter
a will meet at the church at 7:00
t o'clock, thirty minutes before the ser
f vice on Wednesday night, by order of
t the Chapter Directress, Mrs. M. O.
The Mount Olivet -Boys' Club will
also meet at the church on Wednesday
I night, after attendance at the ser
Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock, choir
tFr'tay. 9:00 a. m., Holy Eucharist.
Saptisms on Sunday or week-days
i by previous notice to the Rector.
Other services desired at the church
o shofld be arranged for several days
t or t. week or so in advance in order
that there should be no confusion.
Invitations have been Issued for' a
"Get-Together" party to be held in
the parish house on Friday. Nov. 24,
in the interest of good fellowship
among the younger members of the
parish. If the invitation committee
has overlooked any such members of
the church, the omission has been
entirely unintentional, and the chair,
man, Mrs. G. L. Cunningham, will be
very glad to issue Invitations to
those members if notified in time.
Phone Algiers 207-J or write 307
Olivier street before Nov. 22.
Corner Olivier and Elisa Streets,
W. H. Hafner, Pastor.
488 Olivier St. Phone Algier,
Last Sunday's rally srvice was
well attended, but still there was
much room left, which indicated that
there are many members of our con
gregation who lack the proper in
terest and understanding of church
services. This service was held for
all members of Trinity and not only
for a few.
The services Thursday night and
the pest Sunday morning were poorly
attended. The pastor would ask
those of you who were absent: "Did
you have a valid reason for staying
away from the house of God, or were
you satisfied with some flimsy ex
cuse to stay away from the hearing
of God's word?" You, dear reader,
how do you know whether a service
which you miss without any real
cause is not the last opportunity
which God would grant you to
strengthen your faith and courage
against the last great battle of this
life? How do you know whether you
shall live to hear another sermon?
View every Thursday and every Sun
day morning as though it were the
last opportunity you had to hear
God's word. If you realized the
seriousness of saving your soul, you
would never, without real necessity,
miss a service at God's house, Let
us all, not only pretend Christianity,
bet live It. I all those who call
themselves members of Trinity were
regular in their attendance, our
church building would prove too
small. Asl is, we a easily e
commodate twise or thrice the anm
bar of our regular attedants. Think
this over if you are me of the spirit
al slackers. Turn before it is too
On Sunday afternoom, November
26, a canvasu wi e made of our corn
greatma in to interest of our yo-
eal brJnding tas. Iterature a
plalas the dre mes will be assld
out to all. Please pu t ytur deasteu
into the evelope uand me to it that
it is nreadty or delivery e Sndy at
trean. November N.
Furs male up an styis dwel. All
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. Church Notices I
FIBST DAPIST CHUWCK OF
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m
I'reaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30
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 St.
CBURCH OF THE HOL NAMK OF
Verret and All Stsr.
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Parish Priest; Rev
J. Guinan. Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev
H. Hayes, assistants.
Phone. Algiers 878.
Week Days---Masses. 6. :30 and 7.
Banday--s 8:30. 7:30. 9 and 1t
Rev. C. C. Wier. astor: realdaon-. 271
Otivier St. Phone Algiers 139.
Sunday-11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting--7:30 p. in.
MT. OLIVET CHURCH.
Peflea Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Nicholas Rightor. Rector.
Residence, 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.
TRINITYT VANGELICAI, LUTHERAN
Corner Olivier and Ellau 8ts.
Rev. W. H. Rataer. Re.. 438 Olivier St
Phone Algiers 240.
Suaday--:30 a. m.
Saaday Schol-9-0:30 a. m.
TShuruday-7:30 p. m.
FLet Chureh of Christ eleaest. a bradel
of the Mother Church in obetes. Eldflet
Nashville Avenue and Garfield street. seu
day wervices at 11 a. m.
Sunday School it 9:30 a. a.
Wednesday evening service at S p. m.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
Rev. James B. Albert. 88. J., Pastor
Masses Sunday and Holy Days, 6:00 and
9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 man
Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. m. Sunday night
Service, 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday,
7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass. 6:30 a. m.
Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and
Phone Uptown 768
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