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VOL . XXX DECEMBER 21, 1122 No. 33 is
PAPER ROBBERS SEE THEIR FINISH. J
The discovery that wood pulp is no longer aecessary in the manufacture (
of paper carries a ray of sunshine into every home.
The prices that merchants hay ebeen compelled to pay for wrapping
paper have reached a proportion that has actually affected prices in some di
The paper robbery has not been solely a newspaper problem, ,,bough
hundreds of publishers have been driven into bankruptcy by the 'uncon
scionable gouging of paper manufacturers. oN
Prices have been tilted under every pretext under the sun. Not more
than a month ago publishers were warned of still further advances.
Relief, however, is in sight. Florida saw grass is being used in news
print manufacture. A great mill at Leesburg Is turning out substantial
quaanttles of a paper up to the highest standard. The importance of the
discovery lies in the fact that paper can now be made from an annual C1
crop. It takes fiftty years to grow pulp wood.
Upto-ate newspaper publishers have regarded the paper situatlon
with dread. They knew they were in the grip ao the manutacturers and -
experience has shown they might expect no mercy. Their only hope was
governmental interference with further expleltation and with Attorney
General Daugherty in the saddle they had little hopp of any relief from
However, the reaper now Is begnning to take the place of the lumber
Jack and old dame nature ptean end to further public robbery which to
date govameat has fabled to stop.
FORCE EUROPE TO PAY.
Why the public does nt rle on its haunches and burst late a rar
at laughter that weuld echo around the world when srggesteins am made to
that Uncle Sam ehoeld eacel Europe's war debts, like the wisdom of the
lard paseth understandIng.
last year the easy Amerneas paid sGermuany $Sa., for worthless
marks. As fast as Gemean printing presses eeeld turn out the asancl O'
Junk good Amerias dollars were pred lateo Germany to bring them to a
the land a' the fre.
In addltion to this stupendous onay Amerean tourists spent to Ger. s
maqny lISa a which oo as ut about ut per ent of the estre war
#bt. And the ead is nst yet.
American moesy is even aew turning the wheels of Germsa industry. d
Amerians brais are even now worklng to help sol the German matlnal
This year Amerleas childre wil play with Germa atos to the eaclsois L.
of toes of Ameris me ssmacture
Aummed rs, Amserins staids today the world's great easy mark. Charged
with bls a mton Mo dollar worshippers, we fid eal inlves the easy victims
of every shrewd bureean triheter and geveramental propagealt. at
It is time we put a deafinte end to serious eolderatom of debt repu
dialion. 55 !
Negw Is the tim0 . talk real strict aoasnb y.
It Washlw goa amn"u"ue that Ewrope to the last mea mms pay her
.btas, ad t thei last farthin . al
SILKY b sAav. ! a
i)Mar-qre toucher was taw herd
les es.t . Mess. 2 bei ns thi *3
onessaa umth gtaler sal 1ps tr*
_ leums wa a Marta[ a srgoral sa
sbNi wear ea et ba or fathea e
was th uwfaflhmi to a sat ***. hei
mesm slt ameet tl m a t to dose
.te mwhat . as s q 1 Th
Wr . . ...m rt.or of bl are
-: -- ir·l S3Ig ~ ~ Slm p.
:a i apt mltrM s 4 hgls ohar ' wa
see them up a s. A 01me gigs
k' atW Mil was £ 1W -o 6ss- aot
r804lt4 ase blet wes. Well rutL
Wa ,f outtP t a sin. ha
ee Uini. 1U
,e . a tlhe - rod y kvr & aw
16m wms he ..a emeat esr Cthe
amase ha sever Wel emetho orano
Thet s age T- dhiyr Will this woeo
I ts be
a let et gumar I sa
hts 1 emembm4a whet Go.
a*.t itate ma.. whs TI
` ", ' 1 age to? Ms st a placeW this
tg Iii agsit apR fet mo "et pt arkse
r a4threwhl I it r to tam
tWh westees tea hina he ai
= /rkt alph as arts VOhat w
me ^ha a awe Met t
t to l-ýs at wels. ir
wits to slip at ills
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t~~~ Akmi uhkwmnmPafi
,rm 0wi I
M oe }di-Bk t t tea atl ilai e
of- the ame. West to a oalsm I
> herd a lady ess a sON is b msa Ib
Saed also o i Freech. IM was es
s tr about It a paray sas e she
< simg lae a bMr. Pa sed he wish
i b wooI d o had a N ot gam. r onll I
- Me ev r wil areeate art l.Iak . I
to does. Or . l
: Tesdselel, we et ed to (
is are ow hoase W ly at last sad I
M e pa Ma ma wl mverer ge to
l ii ft., o se t t ohq way thee ei I
a finres i Saeld 4. Per.osalI ces4 I
di eter th" is the e ba '6ihemetod I
Is Wedssear-Well I pt a mows
£ now for so byelgs Jame eamy
sr Chrismas presMme after she west
a"& m altas me the wr she h d at
I the Camp fire eis dslmel togd. A
he cupple fellows west home eft ms
t lame, sed Let em ea sad I *ee.
L. ut what it all the, meathme& wood
h. leave ie that md Me, sed ther
is weeod t .ale bmeame they weeood
be ma ad a few ethers lft yt.U
w I am *R of the tomne eetg h r
Ilt ooa sa all.
* Thursday-Ma's mase woas bee
e. this meratsg for a wee gl he
k ame di tawk. Us emsset teut aboet
1 meia ebme thuem his papeet A. r
a he hod west as ms he ws amhb a
Smr he woas demht R he eer hod 1
d ama menasts he vuga h a t
r TYeas tse*
Sa LE GR IW
TIE IERll illTEEI YEARS AGO
Gl "anins From Alers News And Happing During
The S a d , Welk In December 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
ai elsagk that eralM ieem mew *r*e as well as the tashitnl el4-ties,
will h lat ei si¢,l Ia a ilnpus of d.r;i .vem.b ao In tlet as ewoapesi
emmetU almss ear s age, whim the HeIm was the eknly tea a oarel. Eves
at that early ai t was bristlla with frens mewls chosea b same dltor
smul p~b t. seNriag e today. We traat ear leelea wiul peue
Imeseea t , al
Capt. J. D. Levine sold his home on I
Seguin street to Mr. Joe. Thorning
and moved to his home in Bermuda Va
street, until his new residence in State
street was completed.
Fire Marshall Haggerty was holding La.
a court of inquiry to determine the fay
cause of a ire which occurred at the
butcher shop of Jno. Sampson in Web
ster street. It developed that not
withstanding the fact that the build- to
Ing was only damaged to the extent
of $25, there were four distinct fires
in the building.
Triune Temple, Rathborne Sisters, Mr
were arranging for a masquerade
party New Year's Eve at Pythian Hall.
The arrangement committee wa Mes- att4
dames J. E. Huckins, C. Bennett, J. mo'
B. Babin, W. Senat and Miss C. Acker.
Mrs. 3. Grisman, widow of the late Chi
John lange, died at her home 1705
Evelina street. Deceased was born in E
Germany sixty-six years ago, but had Ord
resided here for many years. o61
Little Adele Masuire, age years, pr
died at her parents residence 241 ten
Fire damaged the root of the cottage I
on Nunes near Diana street. The sen
alarm was turned in by Officer Chas. hon
B. Smith, who lived In the neighbor.
The tag Iobt. Wilmot in charge of and
Capt. C. J. Mott, left for Oultport to seed
assist the steamer Felix de Abasola, cra
which was grounded. cani
Mrs. Marie Louise Mott vs. Harry
B. McNeely; awer-Nat. W. Bonad
and 3 C. Breitmaun.
oa Sccession of Emmt L Caey; 4
aie tutorship-Jos. A. Casey.
Lthe Sccession of John J. Hambacher;
Dr. Albert J.Aadrer vs. J. D.
e O'Keefe. Receiver, etc., et al.; Jadi
to meat for plaintiff, $10.
Saceiesml of Michael J. Roemer
Sa&dmeat ho meatlag accat uad
ar dlucharsu a admialatratri l
Seuemmio o0 Widow Jehba ebrW
Wy. der: auwer-·Bramr Tttehs
Widow Charles D. Smith to Heary
, L. Hawkias, $10, leot. Newtm, No ,
asr Tiech ad uame,.-H.ass*.
kd l t. Leadry to Henry L. Hawkas,
a S20, i oots, soeimf. Ptoem7. Thayer
p. J. H. Teatiberg, owner and buldser:
she&d. t1 Newto, $M. -
C. J. Chauvi. owner eand buider;
er alsse cottags. LaBom~ e Newton. DI
am uad Nelsen, 23.
Real Selsae Tranfers.
Willinm Lewis to Joseph M1imad
loet. Haack, mar McDeaoghvfWe
John L. aesue to suburban 3. &
L. Via.. two iota, Nn. , DeArmasg
Lmmsrsu as d elson. $17 eashc
Perchmsr to vedemr, ame prer.
typ, $170 terms-Lools.
Mri dvward Yalets to John I. Al
lad esadit, lesoe of mlis statison. 7
d imirm casorner o Psieae Ave., end.
Sla JUtly i1, 195. Sl 0 per anum.
ew N to Please.
st yf u waet to get resh bem writ
-m ,a write the st of thin that is emVA
by peres wh more their lips when
they red to thenilmvs."-s
to olde i tohe NOWe om e .
to H*elp Thml R for Teo
d- De ot .tar sao g o W enw at oe.
old at me thme' Ue lsar wosWe o s
led a s mlm ad res.itny pls,-phsa
had M cut m With " , a
I ia sie teeln busu
o Laf ri. want a Men al
at R ast be seminlbg ght. What use
ed * ** Fo Lr Ilulesemm s
e am s s Ua 0
be m muanme de. isa e.aes l.
PL Pga Stw Cnl esi
si .am -P
a Misses L. Kelly, Susie Murphy,
B Ophelia Koppel, Selina Drvic, Mamle,
Vaughn, Grace and Lulu AverUll, Ma- a
mle Howe, Alice and Belle O'Connor C
and Mrs. L. W. Daniels, attended the g
* La. State Teachers' Convention In La
W. Langley Jennings resigned his g
position with the Southern Pacific Co. *
to accept a more lucrative position as
press agent of the Orphbem Theatre.
Miss Josephine Aline Whatmore and g
Mr. A. J. Wiltz were married at the e
Church of the Holy Name of Mary, a
Rev. T. J. Larkin officiating. The h
attendants were Miss Emma Whit
more and Dr. A. J. Babin.
Leopold Levy was advertislng heavy t
China matting at 12 1-2c a yard and a
Axminster carpets at $1.00 per yard.
Division No. 2, A. O. H., sand the a
Order of Railway Conductors elected d
Capt. A. M. Halliday was elected b
president of the Association of Mas- b
ters and Pilots. el
R. A. Swana was In charge of the £
local poll tax offies a
Mr. Sam Barosse after a year's ab
sence in Central America, returned
Mr. John V. Kramme was advertis
ing 2 pounds best butter for 85 cents
and 2 dosen eggs for 6 eents, fancy U
seeded raislns, 1 lb package, 3 tor 25c; a
cranberries, 10c a pond; new La. pe- s
cans 15 cents per pound. 8
7 John Yaslch to Phoeltnx dL, & I
d Homested Association lot, lranklin.
:Teche, DsArmas and eanarque, $,M
;: i ash-O'Conor.
Purchaser to John Yasich, mine
Sproperty, $18 terma-O'Consor.
Oakdale laprovemeent Co., to Mrs.
-Augst nrra two lots, Wagner, Hea
. dee, Shepherd and Here, $150 eash
E arl mlith et als. to Robert O'Com
nor. pIortjon,. Jeferson, Newton, Do.
catr and Madis (ratileptio)
Oakdale h~preomeut k., to War
ren B. Seymourr lots, Whitsey ,Lo
7 Boet Shepherd and Coid mbua, $1N
Oakdale Improvement Co., to Her.
r tei Riley, 2 lots. aLBoet, Colmbs.
r Magellan and Thaer, 10i eash
Soahnat Improvement C., to Mrs
Jeanie Richardson, loet, Led·m r,
r, Shepherd and Columebs,
I $1 . cash--Fledl , -
s jsaia oui .t als., to swean
Homestead Soeiet, lot, Vanette, Vee.
ret. 1dell aad Opeleoess, ý4W cash.
SPrchaser to John .J. Basl, Jr,
n e pr+ert, nW terms---BDa
I Obey Tbat Il e.
Make a Better
*IMPLY JOIN OUR .
psbne and mnst Criat
mas you Sed oprs-l'
better ams. Do it temdy.
.. .V J
6i~a' . 1*.
-a r. aNw md aiY Own Your Own Hoene
..-.. :ý`'T_ , "t' it _ -ý ý +ifY:
A spledild ample of the adva4 b
ages of eoservsata s furnished r
the Public Shooting Grounds at Pase
laOutre, In the delta of the Missli.
alpgp. In this delta the state has set
aside 6NeO acres of maral land,
where hunters under the restrictions
of the law may shoot ucks dauring
the season. The bcrease of game u
der wise ceservatlo everywhere has
resulted In this spot being as Ideal
me fer the duck hunter. The pur.
pose of the establishment of this rt
serve was to protect the game birds
and at the same time to give every
citisen of Louisiana the use of the
game of the state. The land being
under the full control of the stater
the coservati laws may be be btter
enforced here than elsewhere, and
every hunter can have the utmost
freedom in hunting. While there is
no difference In the hunting laws
lere and elsewhere at the shooting
grounds the agents of the Cooserva.
tion Departmet are always on the
ground, and the gunner ecp hunt with
the greatest freedom, the only
abridgement of his actions being the
laws of the staf.
The grounds are at the disposal of
every citizen ef Louisiana who pays
$1 for a hunting license, and for visi
tor from other state who gay the $15
fee charged nosresldents. The vils
tor with a licese has the advantage
of a commodlous and comfortable
clubbouse. f he chooses to take ad.
vastage of the state bhospitallty, but
he may use the hunting privilege only
by registering at the club. The
charge or meals and elodging Is $ a
day. a nominal sm. where game din
mrs are the rule. OGuides, boats and
decos cost Pa dayr. Ammunition
may be bought at the club, and ti
making the trip the hunter noed oaly
take his gun and rach pesonal o0.
fests as he desires.
Persons who coatemplate a visit tI
the grounds, and who desire to take
advantage of the comforts of the club
should apply for eservation at the
ffice of the Department of Couaser
vation sufficiently In advance of the
visit to nsure the accommodations
The trip is made by train to Buoes
or by boat from oew Orleans.
CRESCENT BATTERY MFG. CO.
tim Camel St. Main a4
Oldest and best equipped factory
South. Batterles for antomobles,
radio, farm light. etc. We muan
fecture lock-crner boxes, plates
etc.. for eny battery made.
MRS. . L. OERTLINO'8
ROYAL DOLL LHOSPITAL
or. a S Outfitber
35.5 y of e omUens aUsshe
aeMae eas am x w
mI I i. e - e
Wm meTAL 3?. x3W OSLW5A
Ci fr o 1hm Cdsp.
1,. 1ee, m, capmes.-se. -
Is TO GRATIFY A WISH
19 I saw many thing I wanted. At fit I
= them out of my mind as impossibl~~
ing an article one day which I psrt , -
g desired, I started to save for it, a litso
s added to my regular deposit each p
and soon found that systematic usarig .
all things within reason obtainable.
To encourage you to start, we will faro ,
y those opening a SAVINGS ACCOUNT l
W one dollar or more, one of our at T
home savings banks.
L5 ALGIERS BRANCH
501 Patterson Street
Mr. Edgar Cayard, Manager
Trust and Savings
SCapital and Surplus--46,000U,A M
SGIRL and BOY
Let Dgua bl Yau Pat las I
aft* t e. a plpr-s~ae-. a baby grad, a
masý ae simau dwa amrets aa
Ieh's a ouar m Baby Grem this week. Is
as tle asC dews and $3.45 a week. If It' a VIMaI
wll iver a Is tima e Ltfor cbr(u s moraeg. Nes
6 SAR ONM STaRUT
' -rhE SOuL SA
AT YOUR GR