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COATS AND FUSSES
By LILLIAN M. RICHARDS.
(. 1930, by McClare Newsppt yadlcata)
"Now, you listen to me, Mr. Ted
Barlow," demanded his wife, one
morning as they were seated at the
breakfast table. "If you wanted a
new fur coat, you wouldn't sit down
with pencil and pad to see whether
you could asford it or not, you'd sie
ply buy It, and then figure afterwards.
So, why can't I do the samerT
"But, darling." responded her bus -
band pleadingly, "you know they're
terribly high just now, and they'll
surely take a drop In price a little
later. If you'd only wait--"=
"'Walt!'" exclaimed his wife on the
verge of tears. "That's all I hear.
walt.' I'll not wait!" Then she flopped
her napkin down on the table. "For
once in my life pm going to have what
I want, when I want it." And she hub
ried out of the room.
Hazel Harlow was In a rage. Her
Ungovernable temper had been the u
cause of much repentance on her part.
many times. In a few minutes she
heard Ted go out of the door whistling,
and that settled it. Before another
hour had passed, she was dressed for
the street, and headed for Hayden's
After trying on several coats with
out finding one to suit, she became -
discouraged and was about to leave, !
when the clerk brought out a Hudson 3
seal, with skunk trimming.
"How much Is it?" she Inquired
"Just five hundred," replied the girt, a
as if she were saying five cents.
"Five hundred t" repeated Hazel U
thoughtfully. That was a great deal
more than she had Intended paying. g
That evening the Harlow's were 5
hardly on speaking terms, you know,
one of those chilly sort of affairs. The
eat morning Ted Informed his wife
that he would be leaving at noon on a
business trip, which would neces d-5
tate his absence for several days. Al
though, he'd try and return for her
birthday. With a relieved look. Hazel g
bid him good-by. She would have a
few days in which to wear her new
Beat before he saw It. As Ted Har
low dosed the door of their apart
meat, a delivery boy opened the lower 2
all doeor, with a box for his wife.
Base bad a wonderful time visiting
her M~eds, enveloped in her sealdkinr
-- was like a child with a new play
thing. But, when the newness wore
a ase resmsed the folly of her hrasty
dsalen, and wondered what sh
would do if Ted really couldn't asfrd
inch an expensive coat.
lally her birthday came and went,
with no Ted, not even a present It
was the arst year he had neglected
her,. and t hurt. "Serves me risht,"
she thought, "maybe e knows all, and
vwi never come back." Hasel b~
.o realise that Ted's love and a
tes were worta more than a donee
be coats. "Why did I go against his
wl as," ae Phought, "when he plead
ed with me to wait
The next day, eart-stained. and
weary, with a box under her arm, she
rteod in town for the store.
"rve worn It several times," she eas
palsed to the clrk. "but nil pay for
y damage If yo'll only take It back I
eid credit my acount."
"Why. Mrs. arlow," sa the gahit
Swith a look of serperis "the coat you
bght was returaed."
"ReturnedI" gasped Basel, taereuia
ls asy. 'There must be saom aml
was in ba tlane, ad the eaot had been
sad to sether eaustenmeer, asrl, semll
aring the ber, lst t tore Mn a
Wh sea mebd home and SMdI
a toleram statln hat her hbaend
i - ntern that etng, he branta
ins o a whirl What would ab dot
eaw odd *0 ever eplain? lf the
wa net here, tha whom did It
S Cd~ngte. Tired and weary, *0
Sherself en the bed In a Sood if
Wir Teds arsow eam in t at evs
abs the sfet, red glIr ei the Seer
Mpa helped to has th swollen eyes
sed wr d espreeon his wltf
*Bled4 lhMie sweetheart h e a
laimed, giyth bar a fod embrace;
t.sd o sme am bee Po had a had
hee with kisses. 'ea, i've missed
S srn rry." TYou'd tMdnk ther'd never:
spken a croem word
ater, as te at e h.oat t the
Darintag, I'e amathing awiLt t
a. . I-I bought a ba eat and
SMa wn'ttak te t back" 'hen tm
Ies. *ho atled hr predicament
"Bass, dear," said Ted, .oothtst
atber *0 bad fanshed, you really
ere anough about m to take It
rT-y.," hail soMabbed. -
e' ye aver forginve me?'
*"orgive you" exelaimed her hem
t bem. "Im sasrd r the e te et
io teme Tea see, t w I who seat
ear eat bas ad iter beet it a
eh to tl v y aus a prsent Inl
Wdemd to ienise y cnad wvt brth@
by g"r'es g b must-e ba e blre
te. Staath wyasd you t wunt."
* ), Ted, dear. 1' bee a s.
oeeMa." wi teara streamin down her
oeh. all neve-eever ba aneb.
As the tee did i* the arO, ns
es r two who bad entered that
V sr et fergivenses which almea
lttle famr werth wstle.
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S. UTO RADIATOR MFG. & REPAIR CO.
_Iain 075.? 1548 Canal St.
Come in and we will show you how to
overcome your Radiator troubles. We re
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Ship or bring your leaky radiators to us
Service and workmanship guaranteed.
ENNETT Camera Supply Co.
212 Baronne Street Opposite Gas Office
Kodaks, Films. Stationery. Magazines,
Souvenirs, City View Postals,
Picture Frames Made to Order.
Kodak Films Developed and Printed
Kodak Finishing Is OUR BUSINESS and
Not a Side Line.
Made of genuine Tennessee red cedar, in a factory
that takes pride in the product that it manufactures.
(hests and Wardrobes of all sizes, or made to indi
vidual order. Our prices are lower.
ROYAL CEDAR CHEST WORKS
82 Royal Street.
RATH'S Celebrated Mustard
Red Hot Pepper Sauce, Vinegar, Red Snapper
Sauce, Creole Catsup, Worcester or Table
Sauce, and Dixile liquid Bluing.
1410 Kerleree Street
Phone Hemlock 9418
Sold by all Jobbers of New Orleans, and
First-Class Retail Grocers
ARCIA & NELSON
Automobile Tops Made and Repaired
815 Julia Street
" LAMPB, ETC.
H. E. FALLER. J. R FALLER
814 DaupbhIe Street
SADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR
iaP ss St Kimias
50c on the dollar
THE FASHION SHOP
Hours Daily, 8-5-Sunday, 9 to 12:30
Phone Mala 5606
OYAL PLAITER CO., LTD.
m88 CANAL ST. MAIN RSET
ALL INDS OF PLAITING
Rematchlag and Plot Edghg
Mal Orders Prmeiup Attonded to
For all Storage, Moving, Pack
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K Stirs ITrausfr Co.
OWles e W sesi 3t1 Dee.r.
InCoVEwICS aml RWPAIRING
m am no HOnIe
KlB "rR JLIDi I4n A WCIz CO.
_eeta' sdbetmar Cane
LBRIGHT Sewing Machine
0 0 Shop
*1032-1034 N. CLAIBORNE AVENUE
Near Ursuline Phone Hemlock 9I38
The Most Reliable Place to Buy a Machine
Lowest Prices to Cash Buyers
Easiest Terms to Time Buyers
We Repair all Makes of Sewing Machines
of New Machines.
ARBIER JEWELRY STORE
308 Royal St.
RINGS - WATCHES - LAVALLIERES -
PEARL NECKLA(ES - MESH BAGS -
VANITY CASES - BROOCHES - BAR
A pretty line of Rosaries in Cases
See Us for Communion Gifts
AINTY Dresses in Silk, $14.75
GEORGETTE WAISTS AND BLOUSES, $4.73
A large assartment in Plaid Serge and Silk
Skirts for Spring Wear. Our Millinery De
partment contains the Latest in Models and
Materials. All can be purchased on our
CLUB PAYMENT PLAN
1218 Canal St. 1218 Canal St.
I SCHER STUDIO
829 Canal St. Main 5020
Hours 9 A. M., to 5 P. M.
ALBERTA AVERILL FISCHER,
"Nothing Is More Cherished in After Years
Than a Good Photograph."
UB AUTO CO., Inc.
DARMOND E. WEIL. Presidens.
ALBERT D. GERSHNER, Vice-Pres. & Treas.
A. J. LeBOEUF, Secretary.
WE NEVER CLOSE
SUPPLIES, TIRES, ACCESSORIES
Road Service All Work Guaranteed
1415 Canal Street. - - - Main 8070
27,000 PEOPLE LIVE WEST
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ILLINERY OF STYLE
MRS. R. BURVANT
New Address: 6018 Freahmem St.
Complete showing of Fashionable Millinery
in the wanted modes of the moment
Hats made to order.
Very stylish trimmed hats, of different
shapes and styles, our special price $5.00.
These are real values.
LD COINS and TAXIDERMIST
We pay 35e each for 1916 Quarters (new
type). We buy gold, silver and copper
coins and paper money.
We Mount Birds, Plsh, Aimals and Game
We tan tnrs, hLdes, Lsh, snake and
ers,hdm amd robes rendered moth pot.
HEIST STUDIO OF TAXIDERMY
101e Common ft.
OOFERS, Slate Dealers and
BRANDIN SLATE CO., INC,
H. F. KOTHYMAN P. J. VOOT
President and Manager ViePres~ident
P. J. VILLARS, Sc.-Tress.
MAKE NO MISTASU
Only One Telephone Only One Address
MaIi i 1iT7 7 Ibr mnhitm Sreet
URCI Italian Restaurant
SERVICE A LA CARTE
'hhle DpWts, 11r80 A. M. to i:00 P. f.
5:45 to 7:45 P. M.
We Rare O Own Saltary Patry
SATIES, CGEiS, UiMETEIS
apaied .ad urnitnred by Eupsrts
AUG. ROYERRE & SON
122 EXCHANGE PLACE
Al Wink Enmishe Free do "Chrge
Phme dMain 3745
®S6 C'ANAI, ST.
ARE THE BEST
AS THEY ARE PERMANENT.
Photos of Communion at Popular Prices
Crayons and Copies
ETAT'S Tulane and Crown
EST GUS BETAT & SON
610-816 N. Claiborne
ICYCLES Phone Hem. 870
MERSON SHOE $7-$8-$10
EMERSON BOOT SHOP 418 St. Charles t,
Usequalled for COORT and reUet of SENSITIVE
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PRICES-For Children, $1.35 to 15.55. Ladies, $1.75
to $2.00. Men. $2.00 to $2.25.
FOR SALE AT
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15a Pattmrse St. Alders.
Jules L Sramms are., Imprters, Sn Desbn eSt.,
"SIFTS FU ALL LPCASI$IS"
501 Frenchmen St. Phone Hem. 775
ALt & N, FLUrsT
Artistle Weddinl Decorati-os
Flowers for Any Occaslen
P. O AIIL SON
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House Painting and PapeeiHanglig
Rooms Papered from $5.10 Up
House Painting, Low Priace
Ford cars Painted $20.00 up
Drop usa card. Our manager will call.
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Amomces fo Spring a complete show,.g o
m PashroaMe a. . t.li.h Mller
See Us Peist
OPPIOIAL SERVICE STATION-Westlag
house, Auto-Lite, Dyneto, Bljur, Webster,
Connecticut, Elsemaun, Simms, K-W, HIbot
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1050 Csremsdeet St. Main 80ff
NITY DENTAL COMPANY
1s10 CANAL STREET
Nm ampert Over AMain YbeseW
Meoderay 3qlped l .31 Depmrtmemes,
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BEBT CAKES .........$1.75 per hudred
IB CraAM ..........p.01) per gaslb
r Cat to rWeddl g and Birthday Paties
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