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My FLORENCE E. 'CA
1M S M atmme e sviemsr aae t.)
"!lMas step this nosenme, Dick. I
d't love you. Why, rI've known you
for siply ages, and I will not marry
you wses I loe youa. Ths ma 1
marry wll be someone whom I will
meet and fhl Ia love with Intantly."
Barbar's bee was determlatloan It
st usad the werd "lstantdy" was
"lS you see, Ales," Dick salabe I
Ns a isater, who was herself hap
I mrried, sad therefor doubly is
reasAe4d ia ar love stairs, "where I
am. I think e loves me snd does't
1m1 ft. That smomds seated, but I
lsve s W true. e's the ony girl I'll
r less, sa how rm togg have
her s beyod me. Alice, she we't
res let m teee her!"
Dikis role was helee sad Iad
Ums, al Is es.
AllMs's as orkled In a way whieh
DIMt wel haew. It was a re aga
It her brhm was busily hatchIg
m soems Alise had nover failed
iS, adss this was to o escepties
f lis rie.
6eed9 13 have Mie deow here for
5 we ad.p Teo a teems down
a the see ra. Frl let you know
-Mt whh as Barbara has a wends'
iM ow Mst s you, my dear sir,
a to toot the bill for a twin lister
a that seao eostl k I a posibly
ad em lneo it Ia the edt tomorrow.
Ar you at'
Diak iosdm. Vli face was a study.
. was striving to follow Altce, bt his
oes was so bleak that his lster
m'-e, Dick, you re to leave lbs
e akty afer y an me Bmbama
bLRThm, am astr who is at tB
m.y p r heaLr, am mtesr aif te
Ibuideat eme be hetisg a w*dble
mesepum at very traI ie-owos
se to rub ep ed hide Baebers. UheEl
ao bees, eo mre, at yr ess a
plai ath aha easo heaese o the
ea ofa er mat asr n 0. .ir
asI's i a dis bellu edme4 i W
v, lmem amus e--r la ems.
I"Al aM t r speak tor m ags
sweii -r r msi. m as wE sa he
be tea s know h"
¶ iS ' taa her! I ham babem
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1I ALa ar. i.ens Alaisi f1e
opinion something rmo than the fate
of a nation was to be settled within
the net few houars. He turned quidk
ly upon hearing the door of the living
It was Barbers. "Allce will be down
i a few minutes." Barbara's eyes
"I'm sorry, Barbers, for the mistake
I so stupidly made at the station."
Dick's face was quite calm, and Bar
bars could not know that he was as
cretly calling himself a lir.
Barbara's face bushed It was a
long moment before she spoke, and
then her velce was very low.
"Yes, dear." Was he to win after
"All those people at the station saw
you kis me, and they do not know
yeo mlstook me for Alice. What
what shall we doT'
oc know, dear"-Dick was saml
lag now-"people who are engaged to
each other sometImes klm whe the
meet. Why not becme engaged to ame
and that wil give me the privilege of
-" Dick stopped.
"Kissing me agaIn." Barbara Ia
libed as Dick's arms dosed about her.
Alice softly opened the door, beck
eed for her hubenbd to peek, and as
setly losed it agta.
The Previlege of Privacy.
"Fashion decrees that skirts mhall
"I'm glad of It," declared Mirs
Cayenne. "A bowlegged woman has
Recgagm a lina 0n.
Ther wasn't much romance uon.
aected with the ring back In the
Second centary, B. 0., when woman
Mfirst began i lsh It en the feorth
Sager oert h an d as aev also
ot WIrotbhal The eagaemei ring.
erilatei as a "safety t" nsttau
tien to hold sckle ad arget a,
to his bargat~ fiom the tim he made
his rt ravowal t love til the wed
lg eem tok place. Aso a
sadest dom t revels:
There ar maen - whO tOr
getful te t ee lighted alth, deer
the tal aolm ent their an ptial c -
trts Therefrae thee shall ho a
ead a btrthal rm r e ad as
hna o Ornet g emls roads:
"Iive i, this rie a a io bo
the marriage whiet has been p lesi
htween a provie yPor ather
aLves with yen a marrisus pesce of a
Daune the evatenmth, cintary
Seglan chas to have thi ege1
im rei ademr t e thmb The sea
wowh aglmb women wee them ea
their thumbs during the rolig of
large to wear en ay other Sager.
The eit Hebre betrothal rtinge wer
alimo s large as twmtps, ( scIug
is their supersiructue regreiueeioen
of Solomen's tauSg earn ether
At ese time te sgseaea sa
amlasbd of thees heegs looped is
-m isis what was kn a a
t or -. us~ When the
a Im-atheIawho estad as US
' esn esLr at a - -e
eea - we 4M e a USM k
s d wI s se e n - g o m a ag e
WE recently referred to an American musician who. still much to learn. This is due to the fact that too
because ot ther splendid ability to play the few of our mlsician.s `, a cultural foundation
piano was warmly greeted by music lovers across That is why ,!hyv speak in terms of "great masters'
the seas. tHer singers were educated to tickle the and talk of appearing titore "crowned heads." dukes
ivory but her head was so empty of musical intelli- and lords, countesses and all the fol-de-rol of royal
gence that she thought America shared nothing of rubbish.
the highest culture, that to find tavor she must con- This simply means that such musician, however
ine her performance to foreign composers. Europe well they may warble or vibrate the violin strings.
itself rebuked her. She had to go abroad to learn have not touched the finest and highest of all art
America's worth. which is appreciation of poetry and the understanding
The American may be a boastful bird; he may of philosophy. When they do that they will consider
swagger and strut about his inventive genius, about it as fine a compliment to be privileged to appear
his bulk production, about his manufacturing enter- before a cultured Chicago audience as to be invited
prise and commercial sagacity-all of which justify his to the home of some no-account Count.
bin alt But his so gooast d ay weliterago arthure bring. Nowhere The musician shows his illiteracy by having to lift
as by American authors today. Excepting only the up appreciation of himself and covet appreciation by
immortal Shakespeare, no land has produced finer or advertising "the great masters" he has come in contact
nobler-minded poets than America. New York is as with and the crowns before whom he has appeared.
good an art center today as Paris ever dreamed of The one thing that the musical-mined hmen and
being. women need most is a more liberal education with
Most of our art producers, which includes our which to grasp ideas, to reach understanding and
poets and philosophers and novelists. our writers, our comprehension that they may go through life with
architects, sculptors and painters, have arrived at a a temperature that is modified by rational common
full appreciation of this feet. But the merician has sense.
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Methodist Church Notes
Rev. C .C. Wier, Paster, Residecr
sa Oivier, Phoe A gIs. Iii
Church Vallette and Opelousas.
Last Sunday was one full of In
terest and service for our Church
folks. We held our Christmas serv
Ices and had our Christmas music
and did not assemble on Christmas
Day. At the morning hour, the pastor
spoke; the Men's Choir rendered some
beautiful anthems, appropriate for
the occasion. One feature was the
scho song. It was so beautiful that
there has been a request that it be
repeated in the near future. This
they have promised to do.
At night Dr. Drake the newly ap
pointed Presiding Elder spoke to the
edification of the hearers. Mtspah
Choir rendered some very beautiful
anthems. Of these of especial mention
are Holy Voices and the quartette
that sang Silent Night.
At 4 p. m., the Epwdrth Leaguers
went to the Boaner Home sad held
services. By special request, Mispah
Choir was on hand and sang some
Christmas anthems for the Bonner
Home friends. Miss Orrle Summers
gave a beautiful reading. The Pastor
made a Christmas talk; Mrs. Sum.
mers sang a beautiful solo. After
the benediction, candy was distributed
to the men. Each man's name was
called and he was presented with a
box of candy. Mtspah Choir wel
comes Mrs. McCoy as a new member,
who will sing alto.
Miss Madge Elma Trotter was out
again after an absence of many weeks,
caused by sickness.
Miss Lang of Gulfport. Miss., was
a recent guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Trotter 1001 Belleville 8treet.
Mrs. J. Feske of Franklin is the
ARMIES OF WOMEN WARRIORS
Amansne, Aeerding to Ancalent Writ
eas were Flree Fightsrs -Sms
Reeerds of Their Deeds.
According to ancient writers, the
Amasos were a nation of female war
riors, who allowed no men to live
among them, but marched to battle
under command of their queen. They
held oecasional intercourse with the
n of neighboring states. If boys
were born to them, they either sent
them to their fathers or killed them.
But the girls were brought up for
war, san their breasts were burned
OR that they might not be prevented
hfrs beading the bow. From this e-w
i0M they received the name of Amam
aseas, wht is "bereastlees."
The Asiatle Amazons are aid to
have at me tlme sabdaed the whlet
of Asia, and to have built Smym,
the city recently captured and burned
by the Turks, and other cities,
Other- nations of Amasos me
tdsed by the eats were the e yth
Ian Amasons, who in aftrtimes ma
rled among the aighborlag Scythians
and the Africa Amases, who sub.
edu the Gergems and Atuamss
marched through Egypt and Aabi
and founaded tiMr capital on tir
14e thrts, tt we uamihlate
What I4 arth Lke Insidet
Old Meas In regard to the high heat
o the annowna bide ethe earth
may have t be mimi, fthe inca.
aaie evidence adduced by temper
ture n tets ia lOT p wle ina
Itates by Dr. C. U V, YOa
phiaeat geolega et the U.l.
St nan Geosleg alerve, *suld he
erg h th .s ipart, te steady i
oem in temperature rn great tat
Irr wt se bal Dno ate a tapat
I% qpea rns etLm 1n a
Sustra the earth, 9asn nmh
mblib se the h bea itemterin
ha t--.t I
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
G. Ryan of Pelican Avenue.
Mrs. Lydia G. Weaver, after a
pleasant visit to her mother, Mrs. J.
P. Walter, 622 Verret street, has
returned to her home in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Garret Lynch of Clear
Creek, Rapides, are the guests of
her mother, Mrs. Walter.
Joseph Wier is visiting his grand
mother, Mrs. Heard of Bunkie.
Miss Mattie Wier of Houston. Tex.,
is the guest of her relatives at the
Mrs. Mary Cross of Franklin and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Heard of Bunkie
were recent guests at the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian King and little.+
Alfreda of Tylertown, Miss., spent
the holidays with Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
King, 301 Vallette. Messrs. Maybin
and Vernon Davis, recently o, Los
Angeles, Cal., were recent visitors to
their aunt, Mrs. A. C. King.
Capt. Zatarain has called together
all of his committee men, who will
assist in the canvass, to moat Friday
night at the church from 7:30 to 8
o'clock., Meet promptly and adjourn
promptly that the younger members
may attend a social gathering of the
Epworth IAnguers t the Parsonage.
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.,
and 10:30 p. m.
This is the last day of the old year
and we wish every member to be
present Just afear the mornWng hour,
the committee will receive final di
rections. At 2:30 they will all meet
at the Church to make the canvass
of the membership from 3 to 5 p. m.
We hope to have it done in an hour.
There will be no 7:a4 service, but
the Epworth League will hold a meet
ing at 10 p. m., and the watch night
service will be held from 10:30 to
midnight. It is an old custom for us
to greet the new year on our knees.
It is o much more profitable than to
do so in dissipation. Come with eon.
trite hearts. Come with good reso
lations for great things next year
and then ask God to help you per
Hew Geld Proepeasters Work.
Whether gold occurs as an alluval
deposit or in a "reef," It is traced by
the prospector with the help at a gold
"pan This is a shallow pean a
light sheet itre with dished dades.
Whm "panning" for gold, the pros
pector places the sand, soil, or crabbed
rock into the pen, and adds water to
wet the substance to be panned Thee,
holding the pan tl a tab or stream ef
water, he adds more water, and by a
*aktng.botlom works the heavy mina
erals to the bettm et te pa. By
a lapping process he ejeets the sand
uatll there remains only concentrates,
emomogwhlch the gold may be dlet!
gaished by its color and relative heavi
There are rich gold roes whiceh shed
aold very sparagly, and sometimes
the gold s locked up tn pyrite or other
minerals, from which It is Iberated My
roasting or ehemical treatment.
Hew to See the Wind.
Choose for the trial a wdy day,
whe the air Is free from aa
amow. Take a bright, dean handsaw
ora other polished metal object abast
two fet in length and having a
straight edge Bold the saw or me
inll msarie t right angles to the
drectlhe of the wind. Im e tit at
about 1 or 0 degrera to the heeubs
and with the back a, a that the mes .
tag air, tI striking the sm ee wia
ganme upward and ow over te edge
ea the metal as water ows ever a
da. SISht eaeIlly alg the aeg
t the metal, at a sharply daed o.
jrct, d yo whi me the wihd or *r
waves poaurag over Aes edg in ane
ellolan ea phe repe tsem O
treo o quadsea es mes a
story em Tawatimnw, Abert, wheso
a drmer lhads a S-eg hebm .
The two estra legs l rthibad
to h arewu Sautth a a em p
.tadm eo aed asems eah lotr jil
the teL. IWa a ea-lW MeI e
uSI et and se* Wa tha sealer th
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Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Nicholas Rightor, Rector
Residence, 25 OIivier; Phone, Al.
Services at Mount Olivet for next
Sunday, which will be the Sunday
after Christmas, will be held by the
rector, the Rev. Nicholas Rightor. as
First service will be the Holy
Eucharist at 7:30 a. m.
Church School and Rector's Bible
I Class at 9:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon, with
the repetition of the Christmas mu
sical service by the choir. So many
t expressions about our good Christ
mas music have been heard that it
will doubtless mean that we will have
another good congregation Sunday
morning. This service will be held
at 10:45 a. m.
SThe regular 7:30 o'clock Sunday
night service will not be held on
account of the New Year's Eve ser
vice. The New Year's Eve Euchaz
istie service, with music, will com
meace at 11:15 Sunday nalht and
close at midnight as we usher in the
New Tear of 1923.
The general public is invited to all
We had great crowds present at
the Christmas services, both at 9:00
and 9:00 o'clock. The church was
elaborately decorated with palms and
Christmas fowers, while the altar
held beautitful floral offerings of
t white carnations. The Christmas
day offering of the congregation was
" the largest in the history of the
parish, and there are still quite a
t number of envelopes to be handed
In by those members who could not
t be present on Christmas day.
St. John's nilht, Wednesday, was
I another great occasion for Mount
Olivet Church. The members of 8ts.
, John Lodge No. 153, of the Masonie
r Order, visited the churchin a body
in large numbers. A good musical
r program was rendered and the Rec
tor preached a special sermona to his
MAKE WAR ON "BABY TALK"
OlIenmati Seheel Authorities Have is.
asued Speolal Appeal to Wemen's
C clu of the City.
An appeal has been made by the
bchool authorities of Clncinnati to the
I mothers of that city to enlist in a war
I against "baby talk," and its effects a
their childre, nd a special speaker
has been appointed to carry this ease
to the mothers' clubs.
While much of the talk with which
Stend mothers beguille their babies may
I sound very foolish to others, it seems
to sound good to the baby, and while
r the claim that it makes stutterers and
- causes Other detects of speech may
have some truth In it, the "baby talk"
I will bear comparison with much other
Stalk hbeard by childee.
S While good speech s mlaportat, the
P atters of more importance than the
manner-tn fact, sood matter naturally
tends to good matter In speech. It is
at least quite as mportant that parI
* ats, fathers as well as mothers, am
careaful to seldet the right subject mat
Ster for talk before and to their chil
drea as that baby talk be ellnsateL.
Try, as they may, the teachers am
I'Ukely to have a hard time anyway to
enavitce many mothers that baby talk
is not the proper language in which
to addras theL.by, beth as to a
et ateWr ed methat at pase
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1 Church Notices
VElST 3AMTt! OW5CX or
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-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.
CHURCH OF THE MOLY NAMJK OF
Verret sad Ali itst
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Peris Priest: Rev.
I. Gulan. Rev. E. P. McGrath and Iev
H. Hayese assistants.
Phone. Alglers 807
Week Days--Masses. 8, 6:0 and 7.
HSlday-- 6:30. 7:30, f and IL
MTI5ODIPT CI CC.
` Opelousas Ave.
aRv. C. C. Wier. paster: residence. W
Ovlier St. Pb... Algiers 180.
Muaday lool-0 :30.
Sauday-11 a. . and 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Prayer Meetlng--T:35 p. a.
MT. OLIVET CHURCI .
Pelsea Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Nicholas Rlghtor. Rector,
Resideace. 325 Olivier St.
Sunday 7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion.
Sunday SchooL 0:30 a. . Morniag Prayer
and Sermna. 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer
and Sermo,. 7:30 p. m.
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ALL.. SATS tHUR .
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Servise, Tao pa. . ely Ho Thursday.
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