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as It Does New Orleans. A fat delivery ser\ ice itrucks leave the ,t' rc every (lay at J o' clock) puts the I lolimes store next door to every per son living acro, the riter from New ()rlceani. So,,il. may ie i,,I n ht by mail or telephth n. )r, lers re ceied in the ni rninm are -c t out the ;ame aitcr1i,,(,n. ,hlpp rs ir.,i \ er the ri er. whicn theyv cn to, II ,lm1nc are sho, n that -plmnolil curtcsv xhich hmai- ,een the prime factor in I)uihilln; thi- in-titution. \\ hicther ou ,u I v mail. \ver the tel ph ,)Iic ,r inll p r son, I HIlmet wel ncom s ,,lu, anl ll si r' i ,, well. D. H. Holmes Co. P., .ne T«:... LIMITEDA .d W. S. BARRETT L. 0. GOLDEN If you are am auto or truck owner you will some time have w*k for a Mechanic. De met let any one play with or practice son your Car. You can't afford to experimeat-Bring your trouble to us. We are Expert Automobile Mechanics. WE SELL KEYSTONE TIRES AND TUBES BARRETT & GOLDEN Oier Skrt Nowr Opdelm HAROLD LLOYD In SIIISIA SUiT "HIS ROYAL SLYNESS' JOHN BARRYMORE in "DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE" By Robert Louis Stevenson Next Saturday CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG In "FOR THE SOUL OF RAFAEL" AItWoUEPONS AT Foto's Folly Theatre SUNDAY. Jne U ibS.-"Bonds of Love," Psauline Fredrick. "Dangerous Eyes," 8uashine Comedy. "Fox News." Admiseon including war tax 17 and Ile. MONDAY. June tst.-"Too Much John sse," Bryant Washburn. "Elmo the Fearless. "Ford Weekly." Admisnle lncluding war tax 15 and 10e. TUSDAY. JPune 2and."The Jinx." Ma bel Normaad. 'Comedyart 8pecial." "Paramount Magazine." Adamaion including war tax 17 and 11c. i Eam:~n CIVIL DISTRICT COURT, John M. Coudg v. Henry Vezier et als., Judgment for plaintiff, $104 and perpetuating injunction in par Succession of Earl C. Brown, no tice of publication of final account Penrose Radovich v. Joseph Rosa mano, answer.-W. J. Hennessey. (XeNTRACIS. Jackson Building and Loan Assn. owner, and Thomas B. Brown, con. WE can teach you to take the proper care of your car. We will not only tell you how we will show you how. There are many things to learn about an auto except how to start it and run it and stop it. Every work man in our shop toes the mark of practical profess tonal efficiency. The Sbop That Gives YTor Dollar a Long Ride. Al' ers brage sad uiNs Works R. A. RPWR Ngrieutr 141 DLnr OIDU iT., Plhas melees 64. TraiUs." Buck Jones. "Elmo the Fearless." Elmo Lincoln. "Pathe Review." Admission including war tax 15 and 10c. THUBSDAY, Ju.e 4tbh.-"The World and Its Women." Geraldine Farrar. "All Dressed Up." Snub Pollard. "Fox News." Admislsion including war tax 17 and lic. FRIDAY. Junme Uth.-"Her Royal High ness." Edith Roberta. "Adventures of Ruth." Ruth Roland. " Mutt and Jeff." Admission including war tax 15 and 10e. SATURDAY, Juoe Sth. - "Pollyanna." Mary Pickford. "Bray Pictograph." Admlssion Inelpding war tax 22 and Ier. tractor, building, Atlantic, Pacific Ave., Diana and Newton, $5,200; New Amsterdam Casualty Co., sure ty.-Deibed. MORTGAGEB. Rosario Talluto to Peter Percopo $3,000 ,lot, Seguin, Eliza, Alix and Bouny.-Rossi. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Agapito Crespo to Third District Building Assn., lot Opelousas, Sli dell, Elmira and Belleville Sts., $3,500 cash.-Wegener. Purchaser to Paul Carpentier, same property $2800 terms.-Weg ener. Mrs. Anthony Hall, et als., to Geo. W. Platt, lot, Monroe, De Armas, Franklin and Decatur, $565 cosh. -O'Connor. Olivier Land and Impt. Co., to Maurice W. Gelddert. Sr., four lots, Behrman, DeArmas, Numa and La marque, $6,500 cash.-O'Connor. Jos. Sanchez to Jackson B. & L. Assn., three lots, Pacific, Atlantic, Diana and Newton, $1000 cash. Delbel. Mrs. James W. Reynolds to French Market Homestead Associa tion, lot, Belleville, Evelina, Val lette and Eliza, $500 cash.-Char bonnet. Purchaser to Henry J. Daigle, same property, $2,400 terms. Charbonnet. Jullus Bodenger to George C. Belanger, lot, Alix, Bonny, Seguin and Eliza, $6,000.-Hennessey. Mrs. Allee Levy to Eureks Home stead Society, portion, Belleville, Elmira, Pelican and Aix,. $5,100 cash. Purchaser to A. J. J. Brodtmann, same property, $4.100 terms.-Bene diet. MANY VOLUNTEER TO HELP KIDDIES ýUY EMPEY, WAR HERO, TO PRO DUCE A MOTION PICTURE STORY. EX-BASE BALL STAR IN LINE Reapnses Are General To the Call (M the 200 Homeless Children in the Pelican State. Shrevepert, May 29.-Cuy Empey noacted wat hero and motion picture producer, in company with his sta stenographer left for Ruston Monday to take a number of pictures to be used in the great film story of the Rue ton Orphanage, which Mr. Empey now has in course of preparation. Mr Empey, one of the biggest hearted of men, has thrown his whole heart in. to the work now in progress to raise a half million of dollars to expand the Louisiana Methodist Orphanage ai Ruston. The internationally known motion picture producer has volunteered to do this work for humanity-the appeal of 300 kiddies without a home has met with a hearty response from him and he intends to produce a picture for the benefit of the Orphanage as ans as ever filmed. Mr. Empey has not and will not spare any expense in this great vol. unteer work he is performing. As bhe puts it "I have beard the kiddies call. lag, I have answered aye." Mr. Empey addressed the Ruston Chamber of Commeree Monday and will have his great humanitarian film rady for presetation before June 13. the date set for the beginning of the intensive week for the 200 home. lees orphans. Campaign Director Niekerson a companied Mr. Mapey on his trip wecently. Judge W. O. .Baks, Executive Chai man of the campeiga for a permanent home for 0 orphas has rolled up his sives and gone to work. He will amnoance his Committeee duinga the week and by June 1st will have local eommittes, both in the church and among the etiseaw, actively at work. "We are going to win eat In this erasede." declares Jude Banks. "No es* can reelet the humanttarian ap peal we awr makia We ae Seekinag to build a permanent home for W0 or phase and a man Is only doing his evi duty when he oeatributes to the buedings of etlseas of tomorrow. We ae not oly going to raise the $~; O, but we are uag far b i yed sad lealsiama will soon boest oa due of the wiatest co ealoy of orpha ttsges is the eeuntry." And the psit of the seal of Chair rsa Banks iamb all of his o-work as. Optimism Is the heete at the Mlmm steet but. a very me is beea sad every ems - smallns. They are wekornt to the end and that the lives of l abldre shallbe slled with laghter sad through the eavirtoment of a Christian home better eitigas will be bulded for tomorrow. Poll Perrtt, noted ezstar twirler - the Now Trk Giants is eme of the wee's velunateer for the work. Pa was hebr sear the Rustea Orphanage sad their appeal hu struck hom Pan retIred em baseball to anter the i bousiness. e has ig holdlnss mahen ad Sreavme and i ora t to help the nd soa he is igaig tio mwraise "l1e Ole" a ball team cempmed or eep slomal player. ad u~l ahflleae the Petream poet nie for a Satuaray gein during Jane r a hbamet a te orphase. Phetosraphe uwvey of New or lteo tok a nmbwr of view of the Rsem Orphaage ed Ito tnmate duri the wek whch he will. pron par lor slides to be ehibited with uteraptiMe in marn at the churches a. the state durlag nt e onth. The asug Ther sema lash -ree f charge adriving ns campaisy dena neat moth and Manaser Ep isteia 5 New Orlsea and Sddeth 5 NaotMoehes have voeunteered to give nilht benett for the fia. IP ge are comina In. And they aw for sabstatlal amunts too, sand then the small, modest contributor to dropplang in fregaueatly at the Hut ad leaving his eamtrbution. Sunday Oampa Director mNI-e s held a eamirease with his etire staR rom all parts of the state nd plai will be outltaIed for the swet, antenstrve week begainning Jane 1 The same eyes that wordd turn to a mothers face for the smile that soothes childish troubles ae turaing to you. iOtve to them ad soel the glory of a gladdnes withln. The care of the fathelesm is a els duty. Tbm buidl a permanent home fer orphans is a economi eeesity. It is yoar duty-It is m duty to life the heart and dry the tear and reap the joy we have sown In sty tis to these ltttle ones. The buildg of a greater Raste Orphanae i t aipetive. One h dred and thirty chlldrema s now beused tn a buidlag erected to cae for 100. Two handre have ben re fused admittace. ve hundred teu ead dolar is beia raised to provide a permmsat home for 2w Ittle ea W lt you hel? SWLMMING TANKH HOURS. The Algiers playground swimming pool opened Saturday to the girls. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the boys will be allowed in the tank from 9 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 7 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays girls will have the tank from 9 to 11 a. m., and from 4 to 7.30 p. m. Saturday afternoons the girls un der 14 years of age will not be ad matted to the tank as it will be we served for the ldlee and workt~g girls. _P~~iL - . -. o ;. • DANCE. On last Thursday evening, a jolly time was spent by a number of the younger set when they were enter tained jy Miss Mary Gillen, who proved a most charming hostess. Dainty refreshments werer served and the jolly crowd danced until the wee small hours of the morning. Those present were Misses F. and If. Aycock. Hl. and II. Molain. L. .Ikr sey. B. Randolph, I l)e Long. M. Gil len, J. Wilgman. M. Billin. S. 'ierco. F. Navarra, Messrs. ('. Dicksion. .1. t)ubret,. .Nash, N. Stubbertiehl. ('. ('oldwell. .1 O' ('ollnor, E. lulnlap. EI. u'se.y A. Massa, G. Navarra, '. ('on nelly. A. ('ole. S. Finney. A. Itobert-. T. Sons and E. Rice. '.IIIERAItO4 WIN AGAIN. Sundlay. . lun*' I l, the Sutiburaill tforntirely the ('.Ilderaro-s adddiii an other gai.ie to their slrini of iconi , to tit'.- vituil'ies at t -t ,,ll",* of th1 ('lovitrlºeafs. The sc·r.- hlllng I to 2. Tle' galtnli" hall all th. iar-imariks (if a good il one until th lilith inningiili ill whllichl tllt' Sulllrll'ilhans -c ,'*'d . "r'"l runlls alid put thi'' ga.ineli oili i.- Thiis is the fourth (Ollnsi'clltive \ictorl'y iof tthe siieasoni for the Suburblans. Thi. cv;lllain wa; fa;tullrd li thh :all arounldt playing of the whole. tea.. and excepltionally featurird by hli-, lone ho'e ritun of Mr. lik W\\'hitmorie,. better known in the baseball circl' at the Schliool lluy ior (' blby h'rs.- Ike. .Next Suinlday the Suburblanl will lmeet lth. ',elic:n Stars at ('least Pairk. 10 a. mn. sharp. The, probabile batteries will he,: for the Suburbalns. Peltier anid ('azaubon. for the IP'li cans. l'mbach and Butler. . velry interesting game is expected. TRICK RIuE. A most enjoyable truck ride was given by 'Magnolia Troop No. 1. Girl Scouts and by Troop No. 11 Boy Scouts last week. Those present were Misses 'L. Gor don. U. Babin, U. Pettigrove. L. Koenig. M. Watkins J. Lilly, M. Roberts. L. Flanders, T. Kennedy. M. E. Trotter. L. North. L. and H. Miller. L. Phillips, H. Hebert. C. Floegel, E. Attenhofer and F. Kin kaid. Masters D. Duffy. H. Lilly, C. Blakeman. C. Arnold. I. Davis. H. Harris. R. Cayard and Mr. H. Rick er. HOLY NAME OF MARY (Continued from Page 2) fi11 grade, also of Genevieve Cientat's splendid record of 100 In conduct, effort and attendance. Attendance cards were given for perfect attendance at the second term of the session. BAPTISMS. Anna Josephine Rita, daughter of Edward Bommer and Josephine Marshall. Sponsors. Roy Davis and Anna Heide. Hardie Joseph. son of Harry Sch nexnaider and Edna Trahan. Spon sors. Leon Gendusa and Edna Sch nexnaider. Rita Mary. daughter of Wm. P. Ripp and Callisum Marnchausen. Sponsors. Hyacinth Bouillon and Au gus Trienil. Our neon day Lunch will please the ladies from Alg iers Sick service, qppertizing dishes well served at reasonable prices O. & G. Custard Ice Cream 25, 40, 751e Boxes Packed to stay hard ODENWALD & GROS CO., Ltd. TWO STORES Corner Canal and Exchange Place and 90-9O2 Canal 8t. Phones 1648-2649 FOR RENT BERMUDA APARTMENTS 232 BERMUDA STREET Four Apartments, each including one or two bed rooms, bath and kitchen. FREE b The apartments are completely equipped, without extra cost, with bedding, bed linens, furniture, table silver, ice boxes, kitchen utensils, etc., hot and cold water in each apartment. Individual door bells. JUST BRING YOUR TRUNKS and start housekeeping. For further information, call at The Bermunda 232 BERMUDA STREET L. i A TRUCK RIDE. An enjoyable truck ride to Luling was given on the evening of June 12. The jolly crow met at the home of the Misses Aycocks and started at L)ainty rerresumlents wvere served on the truck and a!; a;to attenlded had a most enjoyable time. Those prt. ent were: Misses iF. and IT. .\yco( I. II. and II. Malan, F. )Dorsey. I. It andollph. 1 I)e ImAn. 1. iGillin. J. \\'Wiecnan and. M. Ilillin and S. I'ire MesPr. ('. Iickson..1. I ubrettI, NLa. a V W. Stutb en ielhl . ('. (' .Ildw , II. J. ('('onne,, t i ilunlal). 1'.E A.'y.A M as-a. (; Nav.tr r ''. 'o inn..lv. A. (olo. .. Tinne,..\ Roberts F. . Si . E Itu . l'hThe chap eros %,-rn, Mrs N Ta't-. S. (;illln nid I'. ),urs, Has Love for Snakes Is there such a lthing as a snake lover? Just ask the keeper of the reptile house who has b,~'ev there for years, and he will tell you snakes are beautiful an, kind. Of course, you can't expect too much Intelllgence, but he has one hog-nosed snake who was the pet of an old Quaker for years, and the reverend gentleman read the Bible to him every night, which he seemed to enjoy hearing. This sport has' been denied him lately, since the gentleman died.--Excange. Nation's "Balance of Trade." "Balance of trade" is an expresslon used by political economists to indi cate the difference between the value of the exports and imports of a coun try. This theory of the balance of trade grew out of the mercantile theory, which considers the possession of gold to be the chief object of trade. Hence, there rose the belief that a na tion increases in wealth to the extent that the money value of its exports exceeds that of imports. Mew "MIss. Came Into Use. Thie origin of "Miss" is curious, and. eddly, enough, an almost exact date can be assigned when it first came into use. This was 1662. when notable women of doubtful reputation and unmarried were so called, the "Miss" being a flip abbreviation of "Mistress." a title of respect for both married and unmarried women. The word "misa," however, filled so long felt a want that the public seised upon it, ignoring its earlier connections, and within 50 years it was well estab lished. Danger in New Cein. The harpist was heaving and snort. Ing with indignation. "Look at this story !" he cried, handing us a copy of the Fourth Estate. The story con. cerned the campaign for 2%-cent pieces. "If they get this new cola minted." he moaned, "the concert managers are sure to offer It to harp soloists as a fee."-Muslcal America. Dreams That Annoy. A queer dream, and a very ltrlta, lag one, is that of trying to eatch a train and ml -sing It. or of getttlg late the wrong train. If very vivid tesr dreams usually portend worries at a fnancial kind, not infrequently s bracing the loss of a poet or so much pay. If merely vague and blurred, they signity nothing in particular. National Prosperity. No country can endure long If its foundations are not laid deep in the material prosperity which comes from thrift, buaines energy and enterprise, from bhard, unsparing effort in the elds of industrial activity; but neither was any nattlon ever yet trouly Feat if It relied upon material pros perity aloa.--Theodore Roosevelt Knights of Malta. The order tof the Knlghts of Malta Is ot great antiquity and is nsupposed to have originated during the first crnausades. from about 1070 to 1000. After the capture of Jerusalem, the order was founded by Gerard, who died in 1120. Explanatlem of Dreams. To see a funeral, a coe or a corpse l- one's dreams generally portends aa Illness, death, or some grave midster. tune. It the dream bi rather vague and hauy. it may often be regarded as a sign of birth or a marriage. Yrees Worth Having. -. 3. Clamer of Collegeville, P., has in his private greenhouse two emon trees, one with 75 lemons, and he other with more than 20, besides Slarge number of blossoms. Some tf the lemons measure 14 inches Iround. ST _-~ _, FLJKYSWIPES ' ýý i tridta )- Ta i -? Te"l, w1: . - ip'hla ll r i i a ! lr l lu . H hitc, i~ -ill ki all la ' - 'e f' l i t lli aii vur fir(.1 lik, w'a n i%.I- I irn & 1 all 1h luck d It a hIli,, A th,,: -ot il the11 un 11. of th. - ill I'n_ tit, t .:: 141-~1 1,, d a .1t IIi, ' ? I It - ii. . 11"i 1 ll , . - Ilth th > t I.,I ,L J ,:. k ,lh. >un, 1 I I I ,n I :ia ll. i ' , " , II - n," ', t W t i. ,,, a a ' - :: t ,.' p., - I WI, I \V , 'I l x1 i . ~1Ihn k l ,. -hau l t ;aa af Jt e I h at \a. }... jI' l ai -, .i j i ] Ii ti : . h lak -tlllk '.IJ:!r tlo, tln'" l , :i\ - .i hn ta I l, , I . -, I l82 h , I , a t . n , . I ,, Ia tl" ! ie t ai,,l 1a t:1 a , I A I Ih tl"" I . Yill I . . ,-h I. t a I adt i ilt? ti 'It il n . ct llat 1 . ' . til ,' Ih k. it l il & w. , ,lih t !itr , t - . I h.', Ijinle o n la u sala", at C". 1 l'lo1 k p. Il ..I :atr.I thi l r. ei f. al th e' late Jai i ,- Fl 'itl.'v . d1:,.1 I t ca-til. wat a nlat it ,. of Ir,,la lld all Irwas tr pr at ". t I k iplat . 1l day at 3 o'l clix p Il.. frontt th" re'i dencer of her son-in-law, Mr. II. Le ('ourt. 1'lS Pelican Ave. liternient was in Metainri ( ' .ineter". Ialn- On Monday at 6 o'clock. Oula LaFrance. wife of Patrick Lae died at the age of fifty-five years. --leceased was born in Pointe-A La-Hache. but had resided here for the past seventeen years. The fu neral took place Tuesday at 3:30 o'clock p. m.. from the late residence of the deceased. ,01 Belleville St. Interment was in St. Bartholomew Cemetery. Nelson-On Tuesday morning at 1:35 o'clock. Mr. William A. Nel Wont qou help provide a permanent home for them at Ruston Orp hndge? Re one of thote"Good Citizens of interested in"uailding Citizens fbrTomo One hundred and thirtq children are now housed in a building erected to care for 100. Two hundred have been refused admittance. Five hundred thousand dollarr is being raised to provide a permanent home for 350 little ones -.WdIl Yjo help? Caty -- Dat The undersigned pledgs and promises topa to the a the wUmIISIAA nIETHOtUIT fOVIMI or tsildin and Eqmimyt Fund($ ) Ddlarstobe paid t diatd $ in instdllmentt of s *sdue.-. kame 32-Mile Round Trip for 30c Sundays On the O.-K. Line to Kenner Dancing at Felix Park, 5 p. m. to 10:30 p. m. Cars at every half hour beginning at 2:00 p. m. d Purchase tickets at 127 S. Rampart St. Grounds can be had for private picnics, and outings, by applying to E. F. GREENLEAF, Superintendent. Phone Main 2201 I'la a Pirate. ant- t": whitch is -" . & she told Bk . .ar.ing she - '"o t o 1f g o lf a "planed to ber S.. to him it be b S. liddent a 1 am his caddie 'Y r pnrt card to 'hi- c' neinr,! *an Ma sed 1 .± brite hit they os a I: ~betweenp S ' dont ha, S :' h r .st Jake l R l Il h a longf o ' becaws S. I'; bot a l ta S ivery high I thvy slep a I. . it they n .l h if I eer d I : t wake before Y ur trrtl'.y t;ILIKY SWIPES. . : , ur t ll Iknownv resident S II ',l 1 I ,.u ,of appendieti S , brn n orl '' . ':it -.iht Otiars ago, but r,.,l,. h b, r lmany years. H w a ,.rnl,,r ,f the Brotherhoodol it i. and S. S C'lerks. 1Mr. Nli,,n is survived by his ab Wiho %%- M i:s .11mie Joret and p lfour [ns. I r. I. F. Nelson ay M,, rrr. Willis. Raymond and ILo NeIlson. The funera Il took play 'Weitdn.tsday morning at 10:30 o'elod from his late residence, 218 Olli St. Interment was in Greenwe -('emetery. Hyneos-- William Hynes, aged years. a life-long resident of AIDs died Saturday night and was badu at 3 o'clock Monday afternoou tfh, his late residence. 1423 Ali os~g interment being in St. Barthelsm, cemetery. lie leaves his willt, was Miss Mary Ederich, sad af relatives.