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I" Mrs. Randall-l'm out at social af fairs so much my maids hardly knew mc. Mrs. fitter- I often wondered w4 they stayed so long.-Chbicago News. Fortunate. INVP Flatley-A common housefly has 5,000 eyes. Mrs. Fiathe.-lt's a good thing he can't talk to the nei.ihbors. Good Idea. First Jeweler-Aren't you afraid to leave those diamonds in a front win dow at night? Second Jeweler-Not with my scheme. Just before I go home I put in a little sign on them reading. "Anything is This Window 10 Cents."-Kansas OCity Times. Sure of Customers. A* "Yes, he is the craftiest upholsterer in town." "In what way?" "Why, he reads all the marriage no. tices in the papers and then goes around to the bride's parents and uks them if they want the parlor aofa onp bolstered."-st. Louis Globe-Democrat In a New Rol. Mrs. Morningeall - Your daughter used to etag so beautifully. Does abshe attl keep tt up? Mrs Homebody-N. indeed. She's gIvesn up sIaging entiely and gives sees tntsr tationb -l sas Ca Star. Cam Fer the Ceurts. Kind Old Man-Why do you cry, my Johnny-I loaned one of the Smith twine a penny and don't know wch mse it wm.-Pittasorgh Press Pemmeot Reformtiee. Biggs-"-Hlo, old man, how amre ymo? Have't sees yeou for a long tinme. How's your brother doing? Hmas he pulled himself up yetr'?" Migge- "Do you know that my brother has Stien up smokalng, drinking, gmbltng, sad all bad habits, sad has gone to a qulet little place in the coantrly." ig"a-Yoa don't msy so Wheroe?" gg--"To the Ipraveard." nro Proit In UJinst el. Prefer lssm bare3 nnet s ;: a at brings griet bt eme; thUi St wrrrL0 OF ORLEANS NATIONAL VAULT COM I'ANY, LIMITED. State of L.uzsiana, (ity of Ntw Or'e.t:C . ler:.,re 5:,e, l.retde:ick Deibel, i,<,tary .ubhbc, duly Sun ..- lirnned and w,,rn, -.r Ir i::.ul; it"e ,.:,i a;IlI C d the partleis wh.- n:.t:i e aire htret b .. wiied, ih% 1 detlarid that t:it 111.1, t It:, . 7. A.5 , a ..d l l-.u:i5 . 1:- ,! .." . . . l Ii ti - p;., 1 T, t i,,ts . .11 D ; 0l 1 1 t 1:, \ ii ti , II, i Ii. . 1 ' r -. Ill . : : ; : ., ." : 5 , ! t . ,' ,.<: , , : t' ,: , ... ht is triotism? Is It a I ted t, t.his ardent p.t erence sir this i nhot the character of ior its oiJect. It is tin extendd. t :. ; , . I '. I . . , , . e . t,; 1 : , I . . sela lov, minled with all the. , enjoyments of life, and twisting itself with the tminutest lament" o the heart. It is thus we obeyt are the laws o virtue. In their authority we see not the arrao of ore and iterror, but the e honor. E"ert good citizen maLe- I that honor isis owni and cherIst es It not only as Im'ecious. but sl red. e im willing to slk he life in Its de ense and is con ciot s that the gains frotectlont fof ith h .eat. It is thus we oe.y u lted his wife goodby the aother of rnin e and telling her he would ome at o'lock that evening, got iento I auto and starte id for town. t t o'cloc no hubby had appeard d the little wse began to rsget er ise then thes hor of midnight ar ired she could bear the susprense no onger, so she aroused her ather an, lent him on to the telegraph o19e w6t. i telegramis to as many brother Elk ong in town, asking each ii her hus hond was stopping with him overnight. aorning drew near, and the trantl e had received no intelligenc t e o th niling man. As dawn appeared a he derellat gsband droe up to the s, while behind the wagon tiraled ne broken down auto. Almost smal aneouslT came a messenger boy with oted at intervals bry oe others. All er, ohn isae snding ther lhout hrtd The hnr ol Carpet eo Tura ikey. hae holy carpet of Tanrkey is a s piece of red velvet embrolf bereu r det, and the sultan of Turey thice se h. At the end ofllg that time It h sixed by another Earpet and la isend ton Cais with agre t cremon e right to c arry the carpet has ben he ded down iro I camel to camel the h isnee hlne oe hn dlde wn tearaiea Sered Alphabetletly. -tmrn dmperorw who Aelastd s-m leously d am ptaosly heed bs mean an so they often o pfeeld their f wmedt oi a bnvles t by estlhe too fch th one dish red ada: on erlong to ontllnga on o the Eh w i nTh emphrorl y eiar oTun r ok d isor oosphl e to foretevl whet war comier cIet: ,Gtan the sedmlor, t oold t he ut hi meo'ec or dshbby adr pp i at n tahite tordert, bcording to the p rst ttrse on their nomb, of e mp!het a _Mec that tbegan with p, asu pie. i oe. were ao shervcsd an toether, ra te rh toc the etarphs"e hn the world getw from yae todams Sbeet gor as e to give yo mn y rer k ri coin tomorrow , ang with lat er n the aother hnd, if oun ees eveng. Lor sme law holdbe arod a or th "tra or renenge" yof anq but by eati mar enemy, bt ai pndsing o oer an d hre derelcre superaor. doeh thoughth o "setting even" is cheriyheld Aril . their wrke a ptychic molsrl a.u Snesly came is meseng no myitaks rt ig the wy thne one o tgr hs To ther way t cialts ite penotrs ma roighlytofre rwhart wa wc ne-t: "NGes, t he e , ldhave l hos eases or cities it is e in theset to beg l w sitha hopigr i, ltet eed Illm s ater i taet h d ei ndL fOLUMN Persons born on October? will haue theLr greatest success tn life between the as'es oF 98 and I10 A ripe young a6e NEVER AGAIN* Try this to be stron and beuh on is TSand A o shoCARE! WHAT A LICITY air 6oSw, WAZZATII GREAT SNAKES NOMO,PFe'jMNE' SeRG.ART Tr hat s to be st t wad ut lake a large pack~e of needles Stick thenpoints up in a large rbbher uand tpt hein your l ha WASHiYt PHII one thi andsoer aeTe ME nu t CITY CsJWhat is the best mra to catch a sqturrret? t&aelup dose other sfar eo aco tohe *uermakiLnt- oninto.Ten Work W rell Dne. Wre oye onu willces aouto tou &s ertasndpu oher ia r hat rAuWn t ouln Wror RC inG W elr . MOTE our o a t * M e cboie is Just one o P WlealWndsome race toursein Franc .yswtdo laptgraper) to wear one easerit was foundtat there -" Au--.-. m-& Church Calender. ^HURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF MARY. Thos. J. Larkin, Pari.zh Priest. Sunday (Octohor 1 till June 1)- Mlasses: 5:15. 7:00; High Mass, 10:t(1. Sermon; 8:15. Children's Mass, Sun day School: 4:30 p. m., Benediction of the BlIsbed Sacrament. Sunday (June 1 till October 1i Masses: 5:15, 7:00 and 9:00; Chil. dren's Mass at 8:30. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after the last Masi. Weekdays-Massee. 6:00, 6:30, 7:00. Wednesday, Children's Mass at : 15. Baptisms-October 1 till June 1. from 2 to 4 p. m.; June 1 till October 1. 4 to 6 p. m. Confessions every day from 6 to 7 a. m. Saturdays and eves of Feasts, from 4 p. m. till 8:30 p. m. Sick calls at any hour, day or night. it is. however, requested that notice of such calls be given in the fore noon. Altar Society the first Tuesday, in the Rectory, at 7.30 p. m. Conference St. Vincent de Paul, every Monday night, in the Rectory. at 7:30 p. m. Holy Angels Sodality, on the first Wednesday, in the Convent, at 3:30. Young Ladies' Sodality on the fourth Monday, in the parlors of the! Rectory, at 7:30 p. m. Caildren of Mary, on the third Sun day. Altar Boys, St. John Berchman's So dality, on the third Tuesday in rec tory at 7 p. m. Apostleship of Prayer-Gentlemen promoters on Friday following the hird Sunday, in Rectory, at 7 p. m. Lady promoters on the fourth Sun day, in Rectory, at 6 p. m. Holy Name Society, every third Sun Jay in the Church at 7:30 p. m. The Officers and Board of Councillors, on the Friday following the third Sunday in the Presbytery at 7:30 p. m. MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH. Rev. Sidney L. Vail, Rector, 524 Peli can avenue. Telephone, Algiers 235. Sundays-Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Morning Prayer or Litany and ad trees, 11 a. m.; Confirmation Class (children), 4 p. m.; Evening Prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Holy Days, Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. unless otherwise announced. Vestry meets first Thursday of each month at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Guild meets 'ruesday after the third Sunday at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m. Senior Chapter Brotherhood of St. Andrew, second and fourth Tuesdays at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m. Choir Guild first Tuesday after prac tice. Girls' Friendly Society, second Thursday at 7:00 p. m., homes of mem hers. Teachers' Meeting, Saturday, 7 p. m. TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH. Lr. Olivier and Eliza Streets. Rev. LA. J. Schilesser, Pastor. Residence: 438 Olivier Street. German-Every Sunday at 10:80 L Engllish-Everay Sunday at 8 a. m. Sunday School-9:15 a. m. Weekday Services-Conducted int :he English language, every Thursday aight 7:30, frcm October to June. Communion services are previously announced. Church festivals observed by special services. A parochial day school, conducted by a special teacher, in connection with the church. Meetinp--Congregational meeting, every second Monday, 7:30 p. Im.; Ger mu Frauenverein, every first Wed nesday, 3 p. mi; Helping Hand Circle, every first Wednesday, 7:30 p. mi; Young People's Society, every second ?uesday, 7:30 p. m. METHOD;iST CHURCH. Sunday Service. Cor. Lavergne and Delarode. Rev. IL M. Brown, 505 Pellcan Ave. Morning service, 11 a.; eve~lS mservice, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 3:30 a. m. Sunday School Teacher's Meeting, irst Thursday night after prayer ser vie. Sunday School Mismilonary day, irst Sunday in each month. Commu nlon service, first Sunday of each month. Men's Bible Clam every Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Woman's Bible Clams every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. and second Tueaday night oif each month. Oicieal Board meeting, first Monday nlight of each month. Prayer meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Missionary prayer meeting Thursday after first Sunday of each month. Senior Leagune, Sunday at 7:00 p. m. Senior Epworth League Literary, Social and Business meeting at the church on the fourth PFriday, 7:30 p. m. Woman's Home Mislon Society at the chauch on the irst Tuesday of each month at ?:30 p m. Oboir practie every Saturday at the ehumeh at 7:3i . m. 1OF "T'I- 1 . G. L.INK 'OMI'ANY." STATE tO" IJ 'I.si.N%. I'4R <.I uil 0 OI 1 . " t h 1 o w ' I '1 : I T \ n t4 4 , : ! , rh,: " ~ : . ,! . t y - ;..'., .. _ ' - , . . 1 . : '..... 1 , '. " , ' I. .. I : 1 i . 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IIli .! 454(44 " 44 "4 4 1i44'44 ('. 4 w'i" i41 f 4l" 4 4. -,', 1! @lt'l in i;l' e , at I.ll" lll be lle)d l .Yth r:.p ei. making dirE lfo'hr l 4the re porerms o e..l4, tL h r i.y v flrc the' L t sin . I ,.. 4 l4lto Lin·(.4 , rl tn1 r ir hrel y w t the f ,ri hn lnld tlhe br(th T .udy ti. Auxu, i.10cr, dl " r'! 44 'tIor, . ofa th Ofb . rtlirrfn d b 1,'1 1o . '4144T4 ) 'l4 : I \' -"-' h- 14e 4'orl power 4ft ath is '.a'n l yt 4 n th'ie'n fiu ti e m l 4 tolf i4t sl', 4il4i4 orf4ll 4 t44 .r414,4 ' ' Si.(,l d lo f th44 f f l -.l'. .II sflvodws by the stockholders "o1n14r11 4e h ' I llPnnuarth , o n the io t 4 . th14 J enr' . ofr . ion , of hi rent , at t lill, rtal i n, hftll. aid nvenlt4for t0 Ia e 144141 44fter n uch4 0ther rulesiv has nay 4' pro 4l 14t 1th.e t 14 4. All of ctih,n4 hall 4 bor 4' ilet, 1 onr a ma shar pofl astl, shall be ntitch le sto shall vo ,. s hlt ,,r In I'4.40on or liy pro0r. I.W"e i boar shall at Ios fniit meetlng after its eleltlin. elet0 o0ll4 of ia own dnlllmelr. a pre'ii1"nt4. Vice-prelsident andt a se 'r('t:ar'. Trr4eaL4Er. whlo shall hol0d o,ire untIl their uclcersors are elected. Any vacancy occur Hlo In sad board shall be itlled by the re eolning dirc4tors faor the un'xplrel tierm. The first r.olrdl of directorh t'nll chnslst Pof i4 Frelerlch t lnk, ooldis (otIalob '.lnk, and I'rld. Weber. w.th the said ltll'i FIrd-h rri.h tink as p rtresident; I1ous o 4tto4b LIn,. Vice-lpresi4I.'nt .andi the said1 IFrtsl. Welwr as 'P"rie. ir4 -trl4l, sttr rh wlo shall bo1l offic' 4n till the Oi.rt Tu L Ly ir. August. l ifo ii ntil tIlleir O wucc-o 1 hr are .elted an ll-. A tlr.'tor may be retlresiented by lproxy at anfy meting. AItTIeL of '.-TThs aclt of Incorpor aton ma he changed,. or this corporatlon 414 Solvel with thle .assl t o the stockholders ownine threeflor irths of the ocl k ofI the chr poraton, re lhre'en lnd at a gnral1 r restin: of given a hder (r aiftr set fsorl4. In the ' rVent of o th e cratpIon or bl'4'o14tIon of this corporatlon, the st ockllI4lers shall elect RENECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS BUiSTER tiosW SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN. BUY YOUR FURNITURE FROM In. Weinere ee 137h139 Delan tonde Our Mo-oh: Quick Set Hotien and Fturniturei. Become h ember is t 0e Property Holders Mutual 302 GEdchasK Bldg. PbS T . 3FA2. TRoS. V. MUL. Sstsiy Leave Your Money in Your Own TDeacury. THE FACE OF THE SUN would be wreathed In smiles in' ice cream in the world. Which is Custard. Be glad you live here where such a rarely refresh ty can be obtained so eastlr. Prove your appreciation by or dering some today. Phone Main 2648 is the most popular number used dings, parties, birthday tlnivers aries, etc. We attend to every thing. Cur. Exchange Place Phone Main 2648. two liy j z. I .1 f". 'n :: ', t1., r }.TI 1T.'1 !" . 1. I . ' 1 .' i,1 TERRY TRANCHINA SMeals RESTAURANT a la Carte anytime at SPANISH FORT any time Market Theatre THE HOME OF MU'TUAI. AND UNIVI'R;A! I5';HA,t.IAMM! .N:) li: H I.\. VAUDLVILtLL. Avenue Theatre THE HOME OF GENERAL AND FIATURI PItc I ,4iRAMMI TWO PERFORMANCES EVERY NIG(HT AT 7 00 AND 5 ; F M Admission Sunday, Adults 10c; Childrrn 5c; Week Ntlnts 5, to 31, NOTE l', , , :, !, : ' h"·., . 1 I ICE `V () 0 1) A N 1) (1() A l LET ME DELIVER YOUR SUPPLIES R. J. TEAL, 818 BELLEVILLE STREET Phone Algiers 415 JOSEPH ULMER 62 sEEUIN SAgiers 391- Contractor and Builder : : Going to Build or Repair? My bid will save you $200 to $300--Plans, estimates : and specifications furnished free. A Wedding Gift Selected here suggests exclusiveness and elegati e. and hIere sour taste in selection will recive full appreciation by the recipient of the gift. Silverware will doubtless be the family treasure in future years, so get the good kind that never goes out of fashion. We suggest Tea Sets, Coffee Sets, Water Sets. Vases. ('andle sticks, Sandwl.h Trays, Bread Trays, [(owl, LemI, on Sts, Sugar and Cream Sets, etc., all of sterling silver. Solid Silver 24-piece sets make valued gifts: 6 knives. 6 forks. 6 teaspoons and 6 tablespoons in case, priced at $40 up. ('hests of Solid Silver, $50 to $500. Twenty-fotr-plece sets of triple sectional plate, $15 up. WHITE BROS. JEWELERS-OPTICIANS 624 Canal Street STORE CLOSES 5 P. M., AND 1 P. M. SATURDAYS. Model Sheet Metal Works FRANK BRAAI, Prop. REPAIR WORK. GUTTER SPOUTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTION. GAS STCLVE REIPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY. Phone Algiers 377 916-918 Teche Street . * S. . . . * Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment--cool com fort--a satisfied thirst --a contented palate. aDemand the geurne by full name- icknam e encourage substitution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Wbhenever ATLANTA, GA. you see an tr Arrow think of Coca-Cola. ' . ' .1 ' I I ' i4