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The herald. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1905-1953, June 27, 1918, Image 17

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IOTECTING FRENCH ART
7L.
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h iannumerable art treasures of
are guarded against damage
o enemy air raiders. The pho
lows how the statues in the
ao Versailles palace are pro
pushing M*lberty Bread."
b *lberty bread shop," at 85
avenue, Boston, has been
sad is being carried forward
as approval of the Massachn.
usotieo of the woman's commit.
eamdl of national defense, and
a 9man's committees on food con
of state and city. The shop
the public practical information
mto and palatable substitutes
wlMt bread and there are daily
tlons in breadmaking. All
work of baking is done by an ex
5aksr. Volunteer workers act as
and serve luncheons.
gjl Breochoe Sent Abroad.
i'`be should be plenty of buacking
g-blag of bronchos along the
front in Europe now, as 81,
absolutely wild Canadian horses
grrved in Europe, according to
Dunlap, horse wrangler, who
recntly to Virginia, Minn.,
as Canadian northwest, where
m meaths he has been roping the
says an exchange. He said
of the horses were captured in
of the Peace river country,
of Edmonton, and none of
tas ever looked through a bridle.
CALIFORNIA TOWN DEVASTATED BY THE RECENT EARTHQUAKE
-lJ sreLkng photograph shows the piled-up ruins In the business district of San Jacinto Oal., after the earth
Udlris are patrollng the devastated area to guard against vandals. The shock, which was felt throughout
nloternla, did most damage at this spots wh*e It destroyed more than a third of the city, Including almost
bueiaess section. The neighborlag town ed Hemet was also severely hit by the earthquake, the damage in
cltsb amounting to half a mllion dollars.
AMERICAN LOCOMOTVIE ENGINEERS ON THE JOB IN FRANCE
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"MURDER GUN'S" WORK IN A NURSERY
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The photograph shows the condition of ia day nur.sery lu Paris ,after the
bombardment by the big German gun in the forest of St. Gobailn that shells
the city at a Lange of almost eighty miles. One shell landed in the nursery
and created the awful havoc shown. Many of the children and their nurses
were killed and the rest of them injured.
TRANSPORTING THE SERBIAN WOUNDED
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This photo shows a unique mnetlod of the Serbians for transporting their
wounded soldlers from the mountains, where they are still fighting the Bul
garians and Austrians.
Pu. D.a Ranivans G.,
32 DAUPHIN ?E~lT
PROMPT DLIVE1VES
ICE CRRAz[ PREEZESB
PAwT AiD VARBERRY Bý
YARM2f~EBS
TO GET COURAGBE
/ 1
'I'll
"All the literature he reads noew
dals is about brave generals and won
derful battles."
"Guess he's preparing himself to dl
charge the cook."
AGED.
\
Ella-She is as old as the hills.
Stella-I think she Is older thas
tome ofthem.
TOO LATE.
He-Belle, I've waited for years for
bisa moment to tell you of my love.
be-Well, you waited Just 24 hours
o long. I'm engaged to Harry now.
TO PAY FOR INJURIES
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'I expect to make a hit with my an
bamoblle."
"Do you carry liability Insurance
Louisiana Embroidery and
Pleating Works
Hemstitching, Picot-Edge,
Chain-Stitch
Buttons Covered
730 Carnal Street, New Orleas
TliMau s EI 609
A. . TreviNe. Nr.
ANGELL'S
COUGH AND WHOOPINO
COUOH SYRUP
Lou hur Nsde mmEut m,
*..e e ms
DR. RICHARD ANGELL
aS and 80Outs
Dress Masing
Sw fbll dess mde. Speall sisi
Ssars"d. avoe E calsIJ mAis
WINY PAY MORE
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,SATISFACTION BRAND
COnFFE AND CEMR 1
so·. a o
ALL PREPARED FOR MEASLES
Indianapolsl Newspaper Treats Ad
vent of Disease as Something of
Which to Make a Jest.
Have you had the measles yetl
Well, just be patient. It is only a
matter of time.
A physician was asked how he ac
counted for the great number of cases
of measles this year, and he smiled
and said that the old germs were all
frozen during the very cold weather
and that they were trying out the new
supply. Professional men have such
charming manners, which invariably
accompany those evasive answers.
One never knows whetlhr they are
afraid of disclosing state secrets or
whether the sweet smile and graceful
bow are serving in an armortnl ca
pacity.
So, if you awaken some morning and
your forehead is a mass of little
patches of carmine and your throat
feels dry and your head feels hot, don't
be alarmed. It simply means that
you have been chosen to become a
member of the Ancient Accepted Or
der of Measleites, and that the Initia
tion has begun. A five days' vacation
is about to be thrust on you, which
you will enjoy, more or less, probably
less, particularly if you have the
"Hun" variety, which is as treacher
ous as the name Implies.
Of course, if you are pressed for
time, there is a 24-hour kind which is
very good. It has all the appearances
of the genuine article without any of
the disagreeable features. The doc
tors call it "Duke's disease," but it be
longs to the measle family, and you
will be perfectly safe (and considera
bly more comfortable) in selecting that
kind.-Indianapolis News.
PROOF THAT WORLD MOVES
Simple Little Experiment Will Con
vince the Skeptical of Fact Pretty
Generally Conceded.
Take a goodisized bowl, fill it nearly
full of water and place It upon the
floor of a room which is not exposed to
shaking or jarring from the street.
Sprinkle over the surface of the water,
a coating of lycopodiniumn powder. Then
upon the surface of this coating of
powder make, with powdered charcoal,
a straight black line, say, an inch or
two in length.
Having made this little mark with
the charcoal powder on the surlace
of the contents of the howl, lay upon
the floor close to the b"^w. a stick or
some other straight object, so that it
will be exactly parallel with the mark.
If the line happens to be parallel with
a crack in the floor or with any sta
tionary object in the room, this will
serve as well.
Leave the bowl unlsturbed for a
few hours and then observe the po
sition of the black mark with reference
to the object with which It was
parallel. It will be found to have moved
In the direction opposite to the move
ment of the earth on its axis. The
earth in simply revolving has carried
the water and everything else in the
bowl around with it, but the powder
on the surface has been left behind a
little.
The line will always be found to
have moved from east to west, which
Is perfectly good proof that everything
else has moved the other way.
In and Out
There is some talk amongf nuaber
e the women folk of Woodruff place
of organising a club to be known as
"The Ins and Outs." Not that theg
wish to be marked as gad-aboats or
anything of the sort. The proposed
club title refers solely to a recent
pamphlet issued by the authorities ot
"the town within a city," which con
tains the directory of the 1,800 inhab
Itants. The booklet is neatly arranged,
Is embellished with pleture of the
town's beauty spots and contains plen
t of advertisements as all good direl
tories aould. But somehow in the
eourse from census taker to printer
the names of about twenty-five of the
good wives of the town were omitted.
The little club Idea has been proposed
with one requlrement for membershifp,
which Is that the member shall be ' i"
th town and "out" of the directory,
Indianapolis News.
Groo' Had Nothing to Say.
The grocer thought one day that he
would like a steak for his dinner as a
change from the bacon, so he sent his
little girl across to the butcher for one
pound of steak.
On receleing the steak, he thought
be might satisfy his curiosity by weigh
ig it, and in to doing he Sound it to
be four ounces light of weight.
He brought It across to the butcher
and said: "What is the meaning eof
only giving me twelve ounces of meat
ianstead of one pound?"
The butcher calmly replied: "I lost
my oefpound weight, so I had to me
year oeapound packet of tee."
Urn of Trpesm im Wmarfar
Between 18758 and 180 when the
npatnh-Amerlcn war broke out, there
rwe only twelve lastanaes in which
the torpeo had bes used in aetual
wuarare. The Rausmojapsanme war In
11 aorded mean oppmortultle for
the use of this dl weapon of do
nctron, sad Wldtshenabds Iventeo
used great hvo. The combIatIon
o the submarlIe bkat a the toirpede
had Its ist reel thai In the prousea
As RUuealems
"Did you maage to give your boy
mach schoolg"
lest possible." rejoined Farmer
OrentoeseL "Josh joled the army sad
I being educated abroad."
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LIGGETT'S
DRUG STORE
Sail Street Ageits
Possibly the man who discloses his
disloynalty In orntorical bravado Is less
to be feared than the nnderground
worker Pho keeps his own counsel.
All klad--Plac Yoer Order
0 Tltb U " L-- !ake ia edia
ilpmont&
Rubber--V Crimp Corrugated
B. V. REDMOND & SON
309-311-313 Decatur Street.
FOR
TORNADO, FIRE, AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE
SEE
R. A. TANSEY
157 Dd.r.md St. PiLm A.b. Im
Rents Collected
Model Sheet Metal Works
FRANK mRAAI, Ppe.
Repair Work. Gutter Spouting. Steam and Gas Fitting,
Sheet Metal Work of All Description. Gas
Stove Repairing Our Specialty.
PHONE ALGIERS r77 619 NEWTON STREET
The Johnson Iron Works, Ltd.
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MORGAN, PArrT~Uae AND lemUlUrmsals
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army training has a great education
1l value. For Instance, the most igno
rant man In any of the camps soon
learns to spell and pronounce the word
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