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b This jist ou Find Articles ofvery y Need-All
Quality Merchandise and Reputable
Mercantile Firms.
Indian Bicycles and
1430 Caral
COMMUNION GIFTS are appreciated
because they are given on a sacred occasion
Let Us Show You What We Ofeor
"If It Comes From Gemmings Its Correct"
S Exclstue ~tllhtnr SIhop
goes pall While on Dryades Street to See Our Spring Hate.
ear -seds re trla., batteries
!ir rrLso.s1-;: suito. Auto
Q gssm sad Vaette St.
4 S1A3 . 1s.asi C. P. CI3VTAT. seesh.,
s L.n UZV'Iess Ise 3. J. CIZUTAT. Taemsw
Alglers Sash, Door and
Blind Co., Inc.
Turnings and Scroll Sawing
*e am ME a Irs Our.hIma a*m a!ier .rt.
seephm A% OM1
rPx weas MasI. ViTePres. Douglas Neal, USeet.*Trea
SSheet Metal Works, Inc.
w rG~ Spoting, Steam and Chs FtiUIu gInt
mol We e ADesripons. , a" '
. Ripairizg Our Specialty.
door to Y. W: C. A., between Baronne and Dryades Sts.
wf Psmem Stenst
-ss, asar C L wmon-e.
J: i oOur 1921 Xmu Savings
.,"a tal lm ·rnd a soed tUrm when CBHRI.T
SMA mss for every one who enrolls In oe
m11 Chrkistma Savings Clubs
sLta bi r, helpful plan, whieh will ernable You
35 others to accaumlate moaer Sor CUEaar
UA3 hr v1I small amounts - r.
from 2 Cents to $2.00 a
,CaIIRISyTA oes.,.. O .l g ha.ka
s sal 0sr oave srved plus aote, et.
Sii the Dseai
Trinity Evangelical
Lutheran Church H.
The Mission Board has sent out di
the envelopes for "Home Mission."
Kindly bring your envelope with is
your donation to church or give it wel
to the pastor at any time convenient is
to you. Those who wish to give for JIr
this purpose, but have not received Avi
any envelopes may get some from by
the pastor. rel
The voting members will meet at Tr
the parsonage Friday night at 7:30. the
Methodist Church Notes 'e'
Rev. C. C. Weir, Pastor,
Residence 286 Oliver St. Ho
Phone Algiers 138.
Rev. C. C. Wier. Pastor; Residence
236 Olivier St., Phone Aig. 138. ho
Last Sunday our congregations, at ZI
both services, were smaller than for Nil
many weeks. At the morning, the
text was Acts 1:8. "Ye shall be wit- "a
nesses unto me both in Jerusalem NIl
and in all Judea. and in Samaria and Ht
unto the uttermost parts of the
earth. At night, the subject was
Stewardship. th
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. East
wood of Charleston, S. C.-a boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bien- an
venue of 449 Vallette St.-a boy.
Born .to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ford lei
of 400 LeBoeuf St.-a girl. cl
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 2U
Nash (formerly Miss Marvel Wal- w4
ter) of Crowley-a boy. wl
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. La- sa
garde (nee Catherine Clarke) of
Pelican Ave.-a boy.
Born to Mrs. W. Koegel of 912 on
Nunes St.-a girl. at
Born to Mrs. E. Richards (nee wi
Imelda West) of 912 Brooklyn Ave. in
-a girl. he
WOLKARTE--On Friday, March Ti
4th, at 3:20 o'clock a. m., Emma
Wolkarte died at the age of fifty
three years. Deceased was a native
of Algiers, and the daughter of the
- late Delphine Guillot and William B
Wolkarte. Deceased was a member
of the Catholic Ladies Benevolent
Association. The funeral took place
Saturday at 3 o'clock p. m.. from Ic
her late residence, 252 Vallette St.
Interment was in St. Bartholomew H
Cemetery. Si
DUNNING-On Wednesday, March
2nd, at 5 o'clock p. m., Sophie Rag
encovich, widow of the late Edward
H. Dunning, died. Deceased was
a native of Buras, La., and was sev
enty-asix years old. The funeral
took place Thursday morning at t
10:30 o'clock from the funeral par- h
lors of E. J. Mothe, 619 Seguin St.
Interment was in McDonoghville
McQAULEY - On Thursday, *
March 3rd, at 8:30 o'clock a. m., cl
Miss Jennie McCauley, the chief op- ti
erator of the local telephone ex- C
change, died at Hotel Dieu, where
- she underwent an operation. Miss
McCauley, who was the daughter
of The late Jane Carroll and James t
MeCauley, was born in Springfield,
Ill., but had lived here for the past g
twenty 'yaars. !IrS funeral took
place Priday morning at 9:30 o'clock
from her late residence, 332 Bermu- e
da St. Interment was in St. Mary's
A devout Catholic, a requiem t
mass was sung at the Church of the
Holy Name of Mary, Rev. Father
Hayes officiating. The pall-bearers ,
were, John Riordan, 8. Talbot, F.
and K. Gordon, A. Bush and G. Tal
Miss McCauley is surrvived by d
three sisters, Misses Agnes and Maud
eCauley and Mrs. M. Rlordan of 4
n Antonio, Teras. Many beauti- ,
ful floral tributes were received,
showing the high esteem in which
Miss McCauley was held.
CAESZY-0 Sunday at 1 o'clock
a. m., little YM lis llsabeth Casey,
daughter of Lsea McLean and Jos. J.
Casey. died. Deceased wsq two
years and six months of age. 'he
funeral took place Monday *t 8:30
o'elock p. m., from the parents'
residene, 618 Seglrn St. Inter
ment was in St. Mary's Cemetery.
COTHUlL-On Sunday, March 6, r
at 13:30 o'eloek, Cat. Robert Cot- m
hell died at his home in Baton I
Rouse. Capt. Cothell wa born in
Olasgow, Scotland, eghtyone years
ago, but resided 4n Algers for many
*·I Um LTgn COira~
New Fltl 0
Friday, March 4, 1921. Mr. Christy E
H. Burnell, Jr., and Miss Florence WI
Kinkaid were married at the Metho- di
dist Parsonage, 236 Olivier St., Rev. to
C. C. Wier. officiating. Mr. Burnell ni
is employed at the S. P. Yards and is "
well known locally. Miss Kinkaid
is the youngest daughter of Mr. and ot
IMrs. Joseph Kinkaid, 500 Pelican ON
Ave. Th ceremony was witnessed M
by only a few friends and the bride's lh
irelatives~ and the BdY Scouts of dt
Troop No. 18, of which troop he is io
the popular Scout Master. The
young couple have the good wishes of
of a host of friends and relatives. g
Mr. Burn?ll's father and mother re- he
side in Clarksdale, Missisissippi. C1
Mrs. J. W. Lennox is the guest of lii
her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Turner, of a8
Houston. Texas Si
Miss Mary Harvey is out again, t
after having been sick for several fl
Mrs. George Mpses will leave the w
hospital the last of the week. She b
will be the guest of her, parents, ci
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott. it
Mr. J. A. Williams. of Bunkie, La., I
was a week end guest of Mr. and ti
Mrs. C. H. Brown, .313 Belleville. a
He is Mrs. Brown's uncle. p
The Building Committee of the S
New Church met Tuesday night at h
the home of Dr. A. C. King, to dis- a
cuss further the new church. There c
was so much sickness in the ranks k
of the Board of Stewards that the i
body did not meet Monday night. c
Last Monday the Pastor attended 9
the luncheon at Grunewald Hotel.
that was given by the Presbyterian
Minister's Association, complimen- 1
tary to Dr. G. Campbell Morgan. At N
night he went to hear Dr. Stephen A
S. Wise at the Athenaeum. Both
were interesting occasions.
The many friends of Dr. J. M.
Henry will regret to learn that his
health is very poor and it is feared I
that he will have to relinquish his
pastorate at Ruston.
Prayer meeting tonight at 7:30.
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m. a
and 7:30 p. m.
We again call attention to the t
lecture of John G. Woolley at our a
church. 11 a. m., Sunday, March 1
20. Seats will be free and you are
welcome. It is an open meeting g
where everybody will hear a mes
Our Easter service will be held r
on the morning of the 27th, immedi- I
ately following our lesson period, a
which will be 10 o'clock. All are I
invited to attend. The offering as
heretofore will go to the Orphanage
at Ruston. Let's keep up our repu
tation and be liberal once again.
The Union meeting at the St.
]Mark's Church was well attended.
Their church receiving the banner.
Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Thomas Bennett Clifford. Bec
tor; Telephone Algiers 312.
Services for next Sunday as fol
7:30 A. M.-Celebration of the
Holy Communion (Full Choral) and
9:3Q A. M.-Sunday School.
7:30 P. M.-Evening Prayer and
Services every Wednesday and
Friday nights during Lent at 7:30.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Wardens and Vestrymen will be
held at the Rectory next Monday
night at 7:~30.
The Woman's Guild will meet in
monthly session next Wednesday
night in the Parish House at the
eltse O4 the Church qervioe. A
class of thirty-seven was presented
Sto the Bishop last Sunday night for
Confirmation and reception.
Sunday was a wonderful day in
the annals of the Mt. Olivet Sunday
School, so much so that this para
L graph is writtenin an effort to pass
the inspiration on to the parents and
friends who were not fortunate
enough to have been present. The
attendance record for the past two
years was broken and the offering
was the largest in one year. Of a
Stotal of twelve classes, four were
S perfect and seven had but one mem
r ber absent; in other words, there
was only one class in the entire
school with more than one member
-absent. In addition, three new
members were enrolled. And Sun
Sday was not a Rally Day. It was
SJust a plain, ordinary Sunday. It
Sis hoped that the parents and friends
share with the teachers and officers
the enthusiasm which such a record
bengenders, and by their co-operation
will help make all future Sundays
at least as good, if not better.
After the regular session, Miss
Cora Swift's clamss presented a sketch
etnltled "The Mite Box Convention"
which was particularly appropriate
and timely at this season of the
, year when mite boxes are being fill
ed by the children for their Easter
Offering. Taking part in the
sketch were Lillian Koenig, Margue
, rite Roberts, Margaret W4ebelt, Ca
-mille Mothe, Erva Angelo, Marion
a Kramme, and Miriam Babin.
Church of the Holy
SName of Mary
Friday. 3~30 and 7:30-Way of
the Cross and Benediction.
Sunday, 7:30--Srmon by Father
Hayes; Rosary and Benedietion.
Wednesday, 7:30-Sermon by
Father Gouian; Rosary an4 Bene
Tharsday. 7:3$ P. M.-EHoly Name
Society mad toy Saouta.
This iI the month of St. Joseph.
Every evening at 7 o'clock there
will be special devotions and Bene
diction in honor of this great saint
to whom the Catholic family owes so
n~uch. A novena to Saint Joseph
will begin this evening.
The private first Communion of
our children of seven years and
over will be on St. Joseph's Day.
Mlarch 19th. Father Guinan is in
charge of all the public school chil
dren, preparing for first Commun
Last Monday morning the pupils
of the Hcly Name of Mary school
gave a welcome )entertainment in
honor of the Very Rev. H. de La
Chapelle. S. M. A very interesting
little programme of music, speeches
and songs were arranged by the
Sisters. The H. N. G. C. Hall was
tastefully decorated with rugs,
flags and flowers, and all the little ,
girls were beautifully dressed in
white with sashes of red, white and a
blue. After the greetings of the at
children, the Provincial gave a very
interesting talk which was broken
many times by the loud applause of
the children. He praised Algiers J.
and he praised the children; he H.
praised Sister Antonine and all the
Sisters who taught these children.
he praised Father Cotter and* all his
assistants. The little chillren
clapped with joy to hear all these
kind remarks, but the loudest ap
plause of all came when the Provin
cial gave them a holiday. The pro- 01
grame was as follows:
Instrumental Solo-Norma Wheat
Welcome-Marguerite Aucoin.
We Greet You Truly-Chorus.
Address-Helen Kearns.
Valse Oaprice--Norna Wheatley.
Greeting-Malcolm Strassel.
Wrap Me in the Dear Old Flag
The Star Spangled Banner.
Dorothy Elizabeth, daughter of;
Lynne Walters and Pearl Henley. of
127 Lavergne St. Sponsors, Mr.
and Mrs. Vic. Cherbonniere.
Marjorie Bernice, daughter of An
tonio Treadaway and Alice Cauvin,
ot 336 Elmira Ave. Sponsors, Jas.
Treadaway and Rita Cauvin.
James Thomas, son of Jos. P.
Skelly and Gertrude Morrison, of 217
Delaronde St. Sponsors, Raymond
Richards and Mrs. E. F .Stumpf.
Clyde Bertin, son of Noel Ken
nair and Laura Zeringue of Jesuit
Bend. Sponsors, Wewey Kennair
and Mrs. Jules Bernard (proxy, Ren
nette Kennair).
Shirley Rosalie, daughter of Jos
eph Lucas and Josephine Daniel.
Sponsors, Nick Dahinden and Ethel
Bessie Agnes, daughter of Philip
Cossick and Kate Turlich of Empire,
Le. Sponsors, John Cossick and
Mrs. Peter G. Massett, Jr. g
Miriam Gladys, daughter of James t
Brecher and Augusta Hurst of 518 1
Bouny St. Sponsors, Warren Sey- 1
mour and Elvera Burmaster.
Albert Grady, son of Albert Suber
villle and Margaret Catalanatto of
1600 Newton St. Sponsors, Alex I
Suberville and Mrs. Ben Lacoste.
Vallery Mary, daughter of Adam
Ford and Stella Falgout. Sponsors,
Leo Falgout and Josephine Ford.
Oysters Have Many Enemies
I Between the planting and the has
vest, an interval of from two- to five
1 years, the oyster culturist assumes
many hazards. On the New England
coast, after all his material is down,
the fickle ~"t may not appear, poe.
sdbly because at the eritlcal time some
weather disturbance may have killed
the baby oysters while they were yet
swimming near the surtface. In the
Gulf oft Mexico the "set" may be as
heavy that there is scant room for the 1
oysters to grow, and many die, while
those that are left are half starved
Sand misshapen from crowding. Even
when the little oysters or "spat," have
attached themselvues In favorable num
bers, their perils have just begun.
They are never safe from other see
Smies until they fall into the hands 0t
their arch tfoes.
Wbh she Ships Come in,
SIn Hawaii, the Philippines and OCuba
a sme of the chief topics tof interest to
Sthe islanders is the arrival and de
Sparturs of steamers. Newspapers de
Svote whole pages to these boat move
Sments, to lists of the passengers,
interviews with notables on board
Sand stories of the voyage by members
oft the olcers' staffs and crews. In
r tact the arrival of the evening trasln
Sina a mainland coontry town holds
no more interest for the residents
Sthanthe maritime news has for the
Speople of Honolulu, Manila and
Havans. The Cubn capital has a
snew object of interest in this regard
Sln. the lately instituted daily air serv.
a Ice between that dty and Key West.
5 The pluanes are of the United States
avy scoaut tpe, each carryi g eight
SRuesian Reds accused of killing tn
e tellectuals may be trying to show that
Sthey are more intellectual than the
litellectuals . 
The Shorthorn breeders are plannsig
an "est more meat" empaign, but It
may only breed trouble with the short
purse consumers.
Nevertheless there is no Immediate
possibility ot those 5,000,000 Immi
grants Inding the necessary esh for
a trip to ar shores.
A frontal attack on d'Annuansle by
a American movie manager with an
Sadvantigeous contraet would no
doubt end the Flume war.
Those Frenchmen may blame paper
Smoney for the presvalence of IP. but
none among uas is bshowlg any signs
at trying to avoid contagion.
S A rand opera star sang ever the
Vireiss from New Teak to bluejack
Sgets a botteshiis at sea. l1 tbht
a mu amseid to before that was
New Stylish Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hats
98c to $5.98
Always first to r. Iv. new st lI. ±. I nl
rel I. I ercha ldis ,. tont  I. \ni " t t u r
w.in. all the timet . WVu n ,tl:er- Iav rtu,.
bid -:tles wt, are alwa: prv t:r. l.i to t atIa ..
a larrger cut. Po sitiva ly w. at r, nstar tun
dt..raohl. If 'ut valau,, .,ta.ls .and su ?.bta
ti:.l mer. hanln / . ;i.ir
Block's Millinery House
Fr.,n thlIinan St.- Tw\o torea --Itr, I:er S:.
SChurch Notices i
Rev. R. T. McLeod; Rev. B. E. Mass-y.
Address 1137 6th St. Phone Jackson 378.
Sunday School every Sunday afternoon
at Pythian Hall, 3:15 o'clock.
Verret and Alix Sts.
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Parish Priest: Rev.
J. Guinan, Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev.
H. Hayes, assistants.
Phone. Algiers 678.
Week Days-Masses. 6, 6:30 and 7.
Wednesday-S :30.
aunday--6. :30, 7:30, 9 and 1L
Lavergne and Delaronde Sts.
Rev. C. C. Wier. pastor; realidence, 236
Olivier St. Phone Algiers 138.
Sunday School-9:30.
Sunday-ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Thureday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p. m.
Pelican Ave. and OUlivier St.
Rev. Thos. B. Clifford, 235 Olivier St.
Phone Algiers 312.
Sunday-7:30 a. m., communion (full
choral) and sermon.
Sunday School-0:30 a. m.
Services Sunday-7:30 p. m.. evening
prayer and sermon.
Corner Olivier and ElUsa Sts.
Rev. W. H. Hatner. Res.. 438 Olivier St.
Phone Algiers 340.
Sunday-8:30 a. m.
Sunday Scheol-0:30 a. m.
Thursday-T:30 p. m.
Perhaps the kind of Independence
the Philippines want is that of the F
son of a rich father set up and backed of
in business by the old man. Na
It is the easiest thing in the world S
to get a woman who would be willing
to take charge of a civic department -
by simply calling It a bureau.
Heavy betting on horse races Is re
ported from Berlin. This is calculat
ed to excite the socialists who think
wealth has gotten Into the wrong
It is easy to understand why a for- l
mer king might be recalled to the
throne, but It is the hardest kind of
a matter to understand why he should
want to be.
A London minister declares there
will be no jazz In heaven. If that
won't cause a lot of people to reform
and begin leading an upright life,
nothing will.
This country might profit from learn
ing the good things about Latin Amer -
The dove of peace has a fighting
chance everywhere except on Mount
Patronage is such a delicate word
to cover up modern methods of prying
loose a job.
It will require $345,571,39900.77 to run
New York the coming year. Will It
be worth It?
The Turks are likely to take little
stock In a mediator "more than 8,000
miles away."
In other words, Lenine favors co-n
cesslons as something to grab when
the grabbing is good.
So many women are smoking that
men are beginning to foreswear tih
weed as efeminate.
The allies will have to sharpen
their knalves before they can success,
fully carve Turkey.
Apparently there is a lot of news
coming from that Geneva conference
Sthat never happened.
Everybody seems to be anxious to
I help the farmer by proposing plans for
I somebadly else to do It,
I What will they do with all that
I Nobel peace money when the league
I abolishes all the wars?
With King Alcohol ea his last legs,
I how long will his dancig partner,
Sar, be able to stand?
"Janitor Made Rich" qyu a head.
tane, a teact that most of us thuoght
was generally understood.
A British observer says our tele -
phone service Is the beet. Are yaou
net sorry fr the British?
t Strange, with all this speedlng by
Smail truck drivers, that the postal
service should be what it i.
o Some people learn by ezperleaee
I- that if they desire to eritlcseu a mule
r tts best todo It to his face.
When it comes to remembertn
y btrthdays the woman puast forty has
a the worst memory in the world.
Oonsumerm of breead eannot under.
stand why the armers shonld be
r alarmed at the low price of wheat.
a Mest ot that $S000,000 needed for
the elie eof chfdren ts urope can
sbo be ebargpd up ea the war bill.
The Turks espltal that the IPh
t s they ae making a stm the hA
and you'll buy
one, if not now
First Church of Christ Seieatist. a breach
of the Mother Church Ia Beetea. dt4fle_
Nashville Avenue sad Garfield street. Sa i
day services at 11 a. a. and 8 p. a.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday eveaaing service at 8 . a.
We have tho but bread b
ooa weo y tho highect prie l
fer the best Sour. No ord? to
lese or too small.
H. Martinez,
Phnem Algies ass.
WW have the zpwrimstes. We
have tare Drugs. We rsmtgl
Pmrtess Servles. If web Saw
rr urvio appees to lye. sBe
Aeseuracy Ilr.
Cyrus Broussard
oCu. Bell evils We Prie Awe
PhWoe Alghers sp
We Desw
hesagulp Naude ea
PuFrltmre Repaired A Rellshed
1i Any Coler
Formerly with Matsomn mBlanche
as Besese St. New Ohrin
Sre and Secure
e6 a Your r omel
Accoat 6.100
122 Commae St.
M. Abascal & reos.. Ltd,
Dalers to
Pdhel Ave., Cor. Venylt a.
Long Distance Phone
Algiers 321
AIlW3, LA.
Dr. H. Macon Fay
Stumpt Pharmacy
SPhone Algierr 19125
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