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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Established May 17, 113. En ered at the P'osufilce at New Orleans as Second-Class Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBS' RIPTION. J 1 l. . - - . ..- . . 1 Mn.29 It , \ IAI T .... ..... I:,Itor :iw l 'ropr4 t°orr " .1' (' 1: ...... . ........ ..... \ rt-iii . al a ,r THtE ItERK I.I) may t ru'nd a: 'he f.,1 o .r paces s'HE HERALD IAlgie's (4)flce 5. , \',5:r t treet. THE IIERAI.D (4 ire ()ftic-). ,24-J 'ar .ndelet Street. Hill's Bo,k Stre. 181 St. Char:es Street Sja',crlbers fa.lng to g-, '1 HE HERKALD regularly, w:11 please notsfv the business manager. N,. N. 1 Verret Sreet. I'iease send cone ,l:c, ref . ,r I ub:.ca:ion as early as possible, and not later than Tues as7y nght. Al citsfm' :cat- nf'. "rih a- ':e; f"-, the pipe and news H, es of batls. lawt. parties. d-anes and ;,.-s ra! r'Ž'- ,r ' Ž*:' ,e n ier:ed in IE IIERAI.D tree of charge. N~ n mnnunr. Calior. w.:, Ivi re~er eov u: es, sgr.C ! lv . he sender. W'e do n,,t publsh your name in sem Section with the crmmr',-a'. in ni -44 y4ou ao state, but we must insist upon having roar name as a guararnee of g.ad faith Address all comtn unirr -ea . to DR. C. V. KRAFI. No ol Verret Atreet. New Orleans, La. I'h",e, Aig,ers ,j3. VOL XXVIII Jt'NE 3. 1920 No. 4i, Meat Prices Drop I" ()i11 111;11 11I oI Iii t11 114 1 l (cii l ,I ri )(41 11, ,t -.t t r-l.Ic ir.% point;l . 4 th41. t r.1 " I - -,'li) II llone iii- iii ilI( l\ i i\ 4 II l ou1 r o) I I'tl 4 111I ! I':\1io'rtlatln1 hit: placua.(1.ll . 4.il'1 I both hl"..'f .f lll )).Lk, p ii a 1 natutrally I Ithe lriv,,: at hoirnI will .ill d,is'u Th'l Institutlt of . \tlt'ricaln M1iat 1 '1 k,,rs. iin ;i st.,t I'I11 IIt InliLad ' tr()l 11 h 'i (itfi .'-. Ill (' 1hi( '.gn) xt111i 1 1 ,'i tha 111:1 lt shall i''tain ou41r ()wn I . In at to f..1 d it i 4 own peoplel', . Till' v.ho'1 h out ptht11 1 1 the I'nit4ed Sitat.es will no% hI- n'vall;tl.ill ' or hoir e consumplll ti4lon. The tconditions 1r.lh te'li have co(mI' t)o i1as. "The A ltI'erl -tlt agŽ 'Illt- ill (Germanyll . "raln(c'. Sttl lilnavial and I ;eat Blritain ha' Ille beenl forcedt turin in the moat supply io the cold storage houses. Thlis c4nllllition 4 ,\ist1 , becltautlse the ('ounlris are bl uii an'y longelr to1 pay acceptable crrenc4y. It is statlled that in Franctse mt'll l 4esljll'in cease'd so.mie weeks ago unde111r'l ll' thepresenllt alnormal exchange rat.s, aid Great Britain is ke',ping u;l her supplY by I ilnportations from Ireland. (Canada and Australia. She has plenty on hand. and will holi off I'nit(ed States lpurchases for some tim1e. Again The Legion The American Legion has c(ome forward with a very definite statemnlent of what it believes to be right and proper, and just what it wants. It has sounded its protest in no uncertain manner, and regardingl the program involving the land settlement in atll States for former service men. Federal aid in encouragement of their purchase of either city or rural homes, voca tional education and adjustment of compensation based on length of service. It has announced that the program will hbe energetically urged upon C'on gress. "The Legion does not hesitate to say that it expects definite action within sixty days." is the statement coming from the legislation committee of the organization in its Washington deliberations. It is sought by the legion to relieve the financial disadvantages of ex-service men and womel. and in a very soldierly fashion it has gone about the job before it. The Legion knows just what it wants and when it wants it, and it has made the matter perfectly clear to Congress and the nation. There is no gainsaying the fact that many men, and women, too. who served the government have suffered financially, and the four points put forward by the organization deserve and will receive the attention of ('on gress. The Legion demands that "the government play fair with the ex soldiers." Senator Frelinghuysen, of New Jersey, says this country is up against the stiffest financial problem which has ever confronted it. lie sees danger of bankruptcy in the wild revelr' of money-spending and work-slacking. Estimated government expenditures for the year ending June :;1, 11421, are over nine million dollars and estimated revenue only a little over six million dollars. State Controller Travis, of New York. says: "At Albany we aret in touch with every county throughout the State and there are agents of my office In practically every town of size, and I believe that it is time the people learn that they are menaced by the worst peril we have ever been called upon to face. That danger is Bolshevism." An announeement in famishing Vienna that a limited supply of meat would be sold, three ounces being allowed to each person, caused a rush of 40.000 persons to the Central Market. while 20,000 more tried to get in. Many fainted and were trampled by the crowd. Answering a recent attack upon him by Mr. Bryan. Governor Edwards (Den,), of New Jersey, said that if Mr. Bryan "has his way, the DI)emocratic convention at San Francisco will be the morgue from which will be picked the corpse to appear at the November national funeral." The Whlttley plan of joint industrial councils has been introduced into 51 industries in Great Britain, with a total of 3,300,000 employees. The plan gives employees a direct voice In determining workshop conditions and brings employers and employees together at regular intervals for consultation. Wedding Bells AND Wedding Gifts 0 Go Hand in Hand Buy Yours From 636 Liet Stret Bilding COME UP AND CHARGE IT Pay Us in Small Weekly or Monthly Payments Our Wedding Ring Expert Will Make the Ring to Conform With "Heart's Desire" PERSO()NALS. thrs I.aarklin and Ha;ssani of le'ttr:-on (',mile., were in Algiers ast tu1l;I? tot t;ake' the' Folll 'th lI l It,- in thie' order tof the' Knitghts of o'I ll utt s. They are' lioktllg fresh vO'n aifttit" hardl ye'.ir wolrk. They ,ie still awaitin. e (rd'ter- pith r.' r: l - to v a ';c a tio n - h o i) l -' )h i t 1 t1,i' 1luti ,'i tlhat b,"o 1a\ % I tLtike .i 1it)l i\t '-ir IC.'v. i I t:( t ' II i 'l iii In'la• Ii h ll. i . S. I . aii Fi(thi t Sh t lih. A l1 r.tth r T" .1. Larkin % ill ~ lt ,. !n xt ,\tk ;,e It,, tltt'.('llt at Ihei ciill hi.hri't of the ihitl h of t heti t Ie ;,' ieitti : it h 'i i t tl rth it il ' itt (t reli i II ' rll" it \li;lttllt T hil. I t .i \11i 1 ti (i1 it tsrh I Illt hi t .t i olll - tli ,l 1 , J t Itfo Itl-htl (i lln l' ,h, C w t~t- i- II tAIi i' NO NA . r IS cil , V1 lt itiuts of th' e old tit ers t. .at . a ho l h ici-h t verv pittl" .. .: i1t h . h a s n (' \ev r tl h e ' ' le i lan a i -t id to cltil' lht" ('hlll't'h o l bitI ll :111( ret ll )de'l it. i ,tkillt it o ie of the plelrier t I reii t t in the entire Soith. It is ise of the pla els of lutl resth to vih - It irs in A lanta. S.\('IRED HEAIIIRT NOVENA.\ Special dev)otions will toake place. 11 1. e a at 7 pi . Ip .. r every h leveni it llhonor of ht Sred Heat Hart. ESSAY CONTEST. lltt at essat a contest open to all Tht children of the cits, on former gov ernor Francis Nich,)lls. Is a notable act that the first our t were chil dren from the iparochial scho. ols. It is also ia notabhle fact that ehumble Algiers should assert itself and come out secontd. Little Carmen Oswald was thseond bay so narrow ai margin ihat wi took a special to deide. This ygoung girl is tohat it was ibe onirat tiated an hater parents haree oveay reason Broth be proud of her an was go-uccess, for it is indeed a great and well merited honorl. The contest waout to thell liind the. liges wereabove lsuspicion apablt to makhence the ireanrs won on their The roits nly. MAY PROCESSION. ithout of ubt the greatest and the most beautiful May procession took place last Sunday. The num chaer inglye was the largest ever. All the organizations of the parish were reresnted, antely the great hiprest f the of day was the K. of C. band. It was the band's first appearance but it will not he its last. It made such a good impression that it was imtme diately chartered for three oc'cas ions. Brother Ja--oim Hogan was go ing around with his noble chest out to the limit.. ovell. Jim deserves all that is coming to him and it lit tle ore for though terany talked band for several Sponears. he was the only one capable to make the dream come true Trude crowning of the Htatue of the Blessed Virgin was charmingly done by Helen Skelly. who was lately elected president ofa the Holy Angels. SERVICES. Daily. 7 p. m.. Novena to the Sacred Heart. Daily Masses 6. 6:3Jose. 7, son of Cnes day. 8:30. Sunday--. Klein aommunions. Holy An gesors. Jas 70. Steart and s. F. Massesnry. 6:30lter. son of Georg 11 Low Mass. Baptismsrs. -4. Novena 7. Ruth Mae. 'daughter of Charles Packard and Catherine is of 910 137 Pelican Ave. Sponsors. Jos. F. Cruthirds and Yola B. Bisop. Irma Gertrude. daughter of Peter Zinolly and AmEllen Bracramontes. of 155 215 Eliza St. Sponsors . Charles Scheffelonard andHoffman and Irma Sarramea.Long. Cornertis W. Klein and lone Hoke. Spon-ew slors. Ja Rector. Stewart and Mrs. .Algiers Kucera.vices or next Sunday as ol :30Henry Walter. M.-Celebrti son of Georgthe HoLaci nakCommunion (ull chora) and Gertrude Moss. Sponsor., :30Mr. andP. Mrs. Herman EsPrayer k.nd ser mon.Ralph Milton son of Warren ThElmi brack Ave. Sponsorsts are in place for theurence . electric l and Yolan the church. It is Rhoped that the work o installation willouis Messrs. Cunningham and Herbert for 15 theAlix St. Sponsorvices. Charles Scheffeey are ex peCorner Pelmechanican and their work s aNewp preClifforated. Rector. Telephone Algiers Services for next Sunday the Sunday Scho fol session for7:30 A. M.---Celebratonthly of the Holyeting. CommunionThe teachers sho(fuld try their best ton. 9: e30 A. M.-n Sunday School every 7:30class every time youPrayer are absent. At The brakets we are in place for the n electric fans inew teache church. IWon't yo hoped that thie work of installationt will thanks of the congre agation remin due The pareats are agalai reminded_ 7TIRES AT UNHEARD-OF SAVINGS The Atlas Tire Co. 863 St. Charles Street Has Purchased at a Great Sacrifice The Entire STOCK OF TIRES ...OF.. THE PARA RUBBER CO. 1033 CANAL ST. For SPOT CASH Every automobile owner who does not take advantage of this sale is missing a most unusual opportunity to save money on these tires. EMPIRE TIRES AND TUBES Grey Red Size- Fabric Cords Tubes Tubes 30x3 $14.90 $2.30 $2.95 30·x3/ 17.65 3.05 3.35 , 32x3%/ 21.00 35.60 3.25 3.75 31x4 26.00 3.70 4.35 32x4 30.00 45.25 3.85 4.50 Empire Fabric 34x4 3210 47.70 4.15 Empire Cord TIRES 324 40.00 50.95 4.25 4.95 TIRES 33x4 41.30 52.30 4.40 TIRES 34x4% 42.60 53.65 4.55 5.55 Guaranteed for 36x4 44.50 55.00 4.5 5.70 Guaranteed for 35x5 52.30 66.70 5.25 6.008000 6000 37xS SS.4 69.90 5M 6. 8000 Siles EVERY TIRE MAD TUBE FULLY GUARAITEED JUSTICE TIRES Size- Non-Skid Rib 30x3 $10.90 $ 9.85 30x3/2 13.75 12.50 32x3=/ 16.50 15.20 Every Tire and Tube 3 4 2.0 00 Mail Order Sold by the 33x4 24.40 22 Receive ATLAS TIRE CO. 354: 34.50 so so Prompt and Is 35r5 37.50 3e6.25 Careful Fully Guaranteed J-i,- - , -.3 Atta--tion Every Tire and Tube Offered in This Sale Is Absolutely NEW, CLEAN, 1920 STOCK Special Bargains: Broken lots in small quantities or straight side and Special Bar clincher type tires that are being closed out at a sacri fice. Original costs are entirely disregarded--better come in quick. You may be able to pick up just the tire you need at a REAL BARGAIN. Atlas Tire Company of La., Inc. - 863 St. Charles Street W. L SAXON Phone W.G. RIEY President Main 1362 Secreuary to send their children to our services also. The child must be trained in its youth. You can not expect your children to become regular church goers if you have never urged them to go while they are young. The church services are for the young also. And then don't forget, dear parent, that your example weighs heavily with your child. If you never give a good example to your children, how do you expect them to become good church members. On Friday night June 11th thel voting members will meet at the parsonage. This statement is made at this early date so that all our vot ing members may reserve this night for our meeting. Mark it, June 11th voting member's meeting at the par sonage. And then be present at the meeting. The Bible class has decided to drop the lessons during the hot sum mer months. They will be continued eat fall. Rev. C. C. Wier. Pastor. Residence. 236 Olivier. Phone. Alg. 138. Last Sunday at 11 a. m. the pastor made a memorial talk, in keeping with the request that there be some atten tion paid to the day. Among other things attention was cal:ed to the fact that of all the boys who went out from our churches at the country's call, they had all been spared to re turn home and are strong and able bodied. This should be cause for great appreciation, not only in their homes, but by all friends. The girls' choir rendered beautiful music. At night our congregation was larg er than usual. Mlzpah choir had beau tiful music. The Girl Scouts had a fine outing at Spanish Fort last Saturday. The boys of Troop No. 18 went out at 3 p. m. and found the water fine. Miss Thomasita Harvey has been appointed director of the Algiers swimming tank for the girls and will take charge when the season opens. Mr. C. C. MlcEkron, after a three months' voyage to Scotland and other European waters, is paying a short visit to home folks. 226 Seguin street. Mrs. C. C. Wier is visiting her sis ter. Mrs. P. E. Heard. In Bunkie. Prof. H. B. lines, of Shreveport. was the guest at the parsonage last Monday. The Rev. J. G. Snelling, presiding elder of the New Orleans District. left last Tuesday on an extended trip in north Louisiana SUNDAY SCHOOL. Mr. Wynn Rickey conducted the Sunday School service Sunday morn ing in the absence of the Superinten dent. Next Sunday will be Missionary Day, and we trust the school will' continue to do the good work it has done on these Missionary Days. EPWORTH LEAGUE. The League service last Sunday, evening was led by Miss Agnes Hingle. who conducted the 1Si" beautifully. The members of the orleaU D trict who will attend the AiiU at alansfield from June 8-16, go leave 1Monday evening at 7:30. b work of the league in all its ba will be discussed at this Ia I andt we are hoping ana prsYal : ;a good mlteet g. The regul.tr monthly meetil - the District will he held at - church nle'x Tuesday night at S *,'clock. \V1ill we get the BS5 CHilUTIAN $ SCI1 (I. Frirt Churchb of Christ SCieEthlt. S of th. Moth.tr Church In BoP IL 00 Nahcill. Ac.r nlle and Garfield e I" daiy a.ri... a 11 a. in. and 8 p. I. S l .j, a . ,,nt and I:-dy. .unnay .I.h of at 9.30 a. a Wednrsday evenialg Srv --t CHRISTIAN SCIIlC3 , Serv::es every Sunday at t 11S. Wednesday evening meetings atU. includig free lectureS ot Science. instructions in hea1.h All working mentally and acienti" " interested are invited. an Andabee Buil.