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THE HERALD DIRECTORY OF
In This List You Find Articles of Every Day Need-All
Quality Merchandise and Reputable
Indian Bicycles and
REPAIRS AND ACCESSORIES
G. N. GONZALES
S ., 1430 Canal
Fall Showing Of
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, MILLINERY
Exdtasiue Eabite 610op
1522 DRYADES STREET
The Johnson Iron Works, Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Builders of Tugs, Barges, River Steamboats
Coastruction Yard, Bayou St. Johnbs.
Marine Repair Plant with Whar and Derrick Pa~dHi
Situated on the Mississippl River at Algiers, Ia.
.. O. Drawer 840 Telephone Algieme 101
I Young man, if
you want to be
conie a leader in
the world's affairs, save a part
of the salary you now earn,
keep oureyes on the future and study
buk ness.L Men who make good
the midnight at home with
tdrer books and plans.
Put Your Savings iOur Care
so that you may have funds on hand to
grasp busine. opportunity when it
Comea your way.
WHITNEY - CENTRAL BANKS
"LO ACCOUNT TOO SMALL FOR US"
RESOURCES OVER $8,000.000
COLORED PEOPLE'S FORUMI
z!RA NURSES AVAILABLE.
mss. Sarah G. Brown, one of the
rha~ty workers of the col
raeo n Algiers, and who is a
trained nurse, and has the
of the white people in this
has now established at
SNdence a registry for practical
that may be supplied to faim
- msaIdng application to Mrs.
at 816 Homer Lt., or she may
-Almhd by phone, Algiers p22.
flmh Brown is one of the few
irNlei nurses in the city and
Is ale to spply practical nurses
AMbt notices, but heretofore, it
base almost impossible to know
b- tl~hese nurses could be
It is for this reaso that
he established a registry. Fur
Whrmtaa regarding th* nar
be given out by Mrs. Brown.
was graduated in 1911,
he Providence Hospital. She
Allss a certificate from the
uard of Health by examinar
b inng the influensa epidemic,
rIaa ago, her services wore
:4tn, to many poor colored
ie also holds a certificate
Saited St ates Treasury De
fetr meritorIous services vol
atdered during the war.
lho a member of the American
i New Orleans Chapter.
Oa..* Parene trained ad
am.es of Algiers and aGra
* ete lastallatlom of em
air assoclation at the B·a
in Greta. A bautWful
arqmedendt. FRbe we
was mad by Mrs.
& the respem by Mrs
tiressewere also f
ats sad Oeatra
& r*tSd ".
Ic. Mr. Thomas Johnson was mas
ter of ceremonies. A reception was
lhld later ion at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson. The
following officers were installed bi
Rev. E. Howard of Gretna.
Mesdames Sophle McDonald, Pres.;
R. Cooper, Vice-Pres.; I. Cooper, Sec
retary; L Kennedy, Rec. Secretary;
I. Johnson, Chaplain; P. Smith, Tres
urer; E. Ambrose and V. Coleman
Commissary; Sarah G. Brown, Sup
The officers and members of the
New Orleans and Algiers Edaternitl
Home workers attended in a body
Addresses were made by Mesdame'
R. J. Wall, A. C. Turner, S. Pierre
O. Watkins, V. Coleman, and Jonei
Songs were rendered by the childre,
of the Maternity Home.
When tt comes to entertaining at
diaer at present prices, many a man
and his wife have to compromise at
"two Is company."
If walking as become omsolets
that's oee thing, anyhow, that the
cant blame the private ownership el
shiet ralws for.
Speaking of moder dane sitp
whatever became of the old-hshiaed
repartr who aed to ear to It a
the iight fantastic?
. wtty sys the world sedti.
Ls a lg way e. Ths my be pal
down as inaseb sa asthse a
T y Is Is ha at t.
There a mc any wsbag ameho
2U t6 ever the b g me
Methodist Church Notes!I"
Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor, Residence ni
236 Ollrvier, Phone Alg, 138. 1n
Last Sunday we were all kept busy in
all day. At the morning hour.. the
Pastor's subject was The 1Miraculost
Draught of Fishes. L,uke5:1-12. At o:
3 P. M. the Sunday School teach,-rs i1
and officers of the city hal a meint- a;
ing at First Church with Mr. A. Ear- a
ly. Field Secretary of Sunday Schools,
for the Louisiana Annual (',,:ferenlce. t3
Our teachers and officers were repro.- cl
sented. The Epworth Ieaguers went ci
to the Bonner home and held set- ot
vices. The Pastor made the talk an';
the Jeaguers furnished the music.
Of special mention was a duct by
Mmes. Summers and liebert.
At night we had one of th., largos:
congregations. we have had for some
time. The Pastor spoike on the mat
ter of Christians obeying the laws C
of the land in which they live. and
read and discussed the 23: article of
religion of the Methodist Church.
which is as follows: The President,
the governors. and the councils of !,
,state, as the delegates of the people
are the rulers of the 1'. S. of Amer
- ica, according to the division of pow
er made to them by the constitution I
of the 1'. S. and by the constitutions
of their respective states. And the!
said states are a sovereign and in-li
dependent nation, and ought no' to
he subject to any foreign jurisdic
tion." The text used for the tal t
was: I Peter 2:13 and 14. Submit
yourself to every ordinance of man
for the Lord's sake: whether it he
to the king as supreme: or unto gov
ernors, as unto them that are sent t
by him for the punishment of evil
doers as for the praise of them that
The Pastor explained that it would
seem absurd to speak of the matter
of observing the laws of the land ex
cept for the fact that from so many
sources all over the world there was t
such a thorough disregard for the
laws. Christian people should do t
all things that are possible to have t
the majesty of the law supreme. In c
the book of Matthew X7:24-27 we r
read that when they were come to
Caperneum they that received trib
ute money came to Peter and said. 1
Dost not your Master pay tribute? t
After a little conversation Jesus told c
him: "Not withstanding, lest we E
should offend them, go thou and.,
cast a hook, and take up the fish that E
first cometh up: and when thou hast I
opened his mouth thou shalt find a I
piece of money: take that and give c
it unto them for me and thee."
The audience was urged to do all I
possible to promote a spirit of law t
enforcement in the community and to
pray for all rulers of our land. The I
choir rendered nice music consistinel
of anthems and a quartette by Dr. I
Pay, Mrs. Summers, and Mr. and Mrs.
Last Tuesday night, Mrs. Richard
son and Miss Katie Bebier, entertain
ed jointly their Sunday school classes
at the home of Mrs. Richardson, 918
Belleville Street. The youngsters en
joyed the evening very much. It is
a splendid idea to have the class with
you and it will do the teacher and
Gladys Harris, one of our Sunday
School girls, who was accidentally
hurt at the play grounds last week,
was able to be out at Sunday School.
nothing serious having resulted from
Mrs. T. A. Pollock returned Tues
day, after a two months absence, vis
iting Joved ones in various points in
Last Sunday, Ruth and Beulah Eli
ott were the guests of Naomi Hafkes
bring, 318 Seguin.
Misses Gladys and Elsie Columbine
were guests of Misses KatIe Bebler,
and Agnes Hingle of 616 Webster St.
Andrew Kersten, after a long visit
to Ponchatoula, is at his post again.
Mrs. F. S. Ryan and Miss Bertha
were called back home, as they pro
ceeded on their Western trip, after
having reached Dallas, Texas, on ac
count of 'Mr. Ryan's illness. He is
all right and'they will proceed again
From cards that vario.s friends
have received from Misses Roberts
and Ruth Hafkesbring, they are en
joying their Canadian trip very much.
as Mrs. Kate Rhoades and Miss Ethel
ras M. Rhoades have returned from a
of nice visit to Shreveport, where they
'he were the guests of Mrs. Katie Rhoades
Mrs. J. A. Garland, 210 Pelican is
enjoying her visit to Cleveland, Pitts
burg and other Eastern points.
,Mr. Horace B. Rickey, of Lafay
ette, who last June graduated from
the Southwestern Industrial Insti
tate, has accepted a position as teach
Ser of Manual Training in the City
the Schools and his friends are hoping
ity that be will see fit to make his home
dy. on this side of the river, where he
es has so many friends.
ses Prayer meeting tonight at 7:45.
ren Come and bring your friend. Ser
vices next Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.
Capt. C. J. Zataraln, Chairman of
* the Board of Stewards, has called
a a meeting of the Board at the Par.
Ssonage at 7:45, Friday. We are hav
ing a time getting the last few dol
lars of our final $2000.00.
We are planning for 100% atten
Sdance. We thank Tracy and W~lllie
flntwisle, 316 Olivier street, for the
proceeds of a penny party they gave
last Pnriday night They netted $11.56
Swhich they sent to the Building fund
of the new church.
The district meeting held last Sun
day afternoon at the First Methodtist
Church was a suecess as uar as rep
reetaivues frEm the varous Sunday
Schoaes wre, concerned. At the
meetisg many interesting points of
Sunday Shol work was diecseed
waI bped every one who atteded.
Plans we* remte4 by the Bopt.
et Tenea 'Ilatis to have a shoo
lrtag the i nss s a am hu a
west, ims smB le ta IIbe
ticipate in the class in order to mak t i
it a great success. Al
The \orkers Council mn~. M honday at
night at the church and plans for our
new work iiscus.-ed. We will lhavr.
another short session Sunida mIorn
ing after Sunday School.
The Union meeting h.ld at Mcl lto:
t ofzh\lile was well at'tnrlded ho\ ever (1'
McI tonophville had the best pr-rce-tit
at.r of nrm-,nmbrs pr.st.ltr. with Algiers
a close sei'cntoIl.
\We have an "Olr Time Sc hotl 1';:r
ty." n-x rdn::t-sdl;y nicht at 1he
church for all Innlihlir of the I..a'Irue.
t co' le at eight o'clo k sharl. atndl br.- r
Rub-rMx-Tisrn kills lafltion. a
Trinity Evangelical w
Lutheran Church '
s Corner Olivier and Eliza Streets, W.
l H. Hafner, Pastor.
438 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240.
I The catechetical instructions will i
begin on Wednesday afternoon. Sep
Stember 21st, at 3:30 o'clock. The
Sfollowing is a list of those who
r should attend: William Kask, Louis a
t Kask. Violet Jordan. Edith Hilde
n brand, Emile Hantel, Bernice Clasen.
i Tara Essinger, Emmet Wattigny,
Mlabel Manning, Agnes Biehler, TBil
lie Crawford, Marguerite Rogers. F
Edna Purcel, Harold Richards. Doro
Sthy arichivich, Mildred Bengert,
Fred Hambacher. All these are at
n tending for the second term and it is
e imperative that they attend every
lesson. Those who are to attend for I
It their first term are Edna Posey,
Marie Sundermacher, Dorothea We- a
at bert, Lyle Albrecht. Lillian Lahusen. I
(;race Rihner . Marguerite Hansen, f
Id Helen Sutherland. t
tr There may be others who should b
x. attend this year. If any have been a
ty overlooked the pastor will be glad
is to have his attention called to the ,
te fact. All children should attend
lo these lessons for two terms in order
'e to become at least somewhat ac
In quainted with the catechism. A child
,e must be twelve years of age to be
to confirmed and have the necessary
b knowledge and to this end must I
d. have attended two terms of instruc
ý? tions. From this information every d
Id one can figure out whether his child I
;e should attend this fall or not. We I
d. also wish to state that all those who 5
at are younger but wish to attend these -
st instructions for three years are
a heartily welcome. We should be
e delighted if a large number of our
members would follow this plan. I
l11 Let us all remember our children can
w never learn too much of God's word. I
to The Lutheran Education Society of
1e New Orleans will meet on Tuesday t
gr night, Sept. 27, at First English
Ir. Lutheran Church. Meeting begins at I
s. 8:00 o'clock. The speaker for the I
evening is the Rev. Dr. H. Nau, for
many years Missionary in India, a
d- very interesting speaker. The topic
n- of his address is "Present Day Edu
es cational Tendencies." Prof. R. W. i
1+ Wismar will give a talk on "Rally t
'n Day." All are welcome.
th Confidence, that's what brings the
3d children to our store. That's what
satisfies parents, that their children
ay can stop here as well as they can.
ly Calderaro's Pharmacy, Algiers, La.
DI 066 cures Chill, and Fever.
,8_ Church of the Holy
il- Name of Mary
The Pastoral feast of the parish
l will be celebrated with a Solemn High
SMass at 11 o'clock. The sermon will
be preached by Father Quinn. S. M..
no President of jIefferson College. All
sr, the societies of the parish are ex
*. pected to take part in the procession
sit before Mass, from the Rectory to the
ha Rev. E. P. McGrath, S. M., left Sat
Surday morning for Washington, D. C.,
er where he will spend one year in ac
"quainting himself with missionary
is work. Hence forth he will be en
Ln gaged in preaching missions in vari
d ous churches throughout the United
ta States. This particular field of priest
n- ly activity has always appealed to
:h. Father McGrath and with his untir
el Ing zeal for the salvation of souls and
a with his eloquence which holds the
ey attention of his hearers by its nat
es5 ralness and directness, he is sure
to be a succesful missionary. During
i his short stay here in Algiers, he en
tdeared himself to all in the parish
and news of his departure has caused
im 6ev. . McOscar, S. M., arrived
ti- Saturday morning to fill the vacancy
Sh-left by Rev. McGrath. He is already
lty known to many in Algiers. He was
ng Assistant here from 1901 to 1904.
ne Since then he has been Pastor in
he Westerly R. I. and Atlanta Ga., He
has done great work wherever he has
been and the people of the Holy
1F. Name of Mary Church will soon real
er- ie that they are fortunate to have
nd such a priest to assist them in all
ed Dorothy May Eugenia, daughter of
ar- Davis Adams and Eva Donas of Web
a- ster Ave. Sponsors, Dolortis H.
ol. Adams and Eugenia E. Adams.
August Joseph, son of Nelson
in- Boweres and Annette Gaubert, of 532
le Socrmte 8t. Sponsors, Lawrence E.
e Lecocq and Mabel Gaubert.
ye Louis Henry, son of Victor Fou
.5 quet and Mamie Meyer of 243 Mor
ad gan St. Sponsors Heanry Meyer and
Prances Thomas, on of Edward
an- Bermer and Joseph L. Marshall of
405 Morga St. Sponsors, Mr. and
epMrs . A BeJata
Alphoass, son of Aphono Deea
reaux and Evelilna Bleavenue of 518
hBe leo SLt. Sponsors, Theodule
Deeasres sad Almas Blevenae.
. arolnn msaret, dauhter of
Deman adet ead ausgao Pleon.
a speinin, Gew. Pie.. ed Urs.
s .. dam ere Wo n. WaR.
tiiney and Viola Murray of 13i03
Alix St. Sponsors. Martin M.irray v
and Ada Kenny.
Rub-Mi ) T1i- ft r Rlhen atim.
Mount Olivet Church
('or. Pelican and Olivier, New Or
leans, La.. iHe. Thomas Ben.
nett Clifford. Rector.
Telephone Alg. 312.
Serv ict s tr If xt crlunlt ay ti ' ol
:e:3,1 :1. .I --uinulay School.
7 ' i P. .i -- E.e \ n , 'ra,'r and
atfres- by Mr. Oit loff Lake.
'ite inenther of t ilt, i'onic're-_ ttilm
will please re.ctie carefully thlo albove .
i'huirch Notic, s and coe.rn them-I
selves accordint.v-. i)ont fail to at
tentd the eve'ning ser\vlco.
The liblle class of .Mt. Olivet i:i,<
copal (hurch wa.ts ori.lanized last Sin
day at A3) A. M.
The class adopted the name of
"Trimu" antid the clas: motto is "T-o
Thine own self be True." The colors
adopted by the class are bilue atnd
The foll, winr , class officer, wer,
elected by the' Triniu tilile ('hess.
Arthur Kulp. Presitent: Mart li
-Ponti., Vice-President and Repoerte r.
Ethel Richards. Secretary; Roy Kee
nam, Assistant Secretary.
.Many other conimitees were elect
ed by the class for the work of the,
church and class.
So you memrlbers of the "Trimnu
r Bible Class do not forget your duty.
('ome to Sunday School e\ery Sundlty
- and try and bring a new member.
If you cannot bring another member
for your class, remember you are not
the only class in the Sutnday School.
d bring a member for the other classes
a as well as your own.
SST. MAI(GAItET'S HOME SCENE
d O MUCH LIFE AND PLEASLURE
r THIS SEASON.
e The following article was copied
y from the Sea Coast Echo (Bay St.
"The recreation home operated un
y der the auspices of St. Margaret's
d Daughters, an organization engaged
e in social and welfare work, was the
o scene of much gaiety this season,
e Mrs. H. M. Vallette in charge.
e This charming and capable woman
e whose motherly influence and ever
r solicitous interest never flags, is be
loved by all who visited the home.
n She is an excellent executive, kind
i. Indulgent, and the visitors are
,f simply carried away by her atten
y tion. There were two hundred and
h sixty-six guests entertained; the or
it ganization exacts nothing, it is a
e labor of love and humanity.
ir At the closing, a tacky party which
a Mrs. Vallette and ladies of the com
Ic mittee planned, was thoroughly en
1_ joyed; prizes were given to the tack
7. lest of the tacky, and much fun was
y the result of the evening; music was
furnished by the BDay St. Louis Jazz
i Committee in charge were, Misses
Lt Susie Murphy, Alfreda Voegtlin,
in Mary Rielly, Mesdames R. F. Whit
Wi more, F. M. McLean, S. Kennair, J.
D. Nolan, Mrs. M. Rundent, Miss E.
McDonild, Mrs. Mills.
LEVY'S-NAME OF NEW DRYADES
Announcement has been made of
a new general store to be opened in
th Dryades Street within a short time,
h handling as their main line ladies
Sand childrens ready to wear, and also
*a large stock of notions, fancy and
I1 dry goods. The proprietor of the
x- store is one well known along Dry
in ades Street, lMr. Oscar M. Levy, who
te has been in business with different
stores in Dryades Street for the past
- seventeen years. His large acquain
Stance among the trade in that section
c will assure him of his share of the
patronage when he opens his new
n place. The new store is to be located
at 1238-40 Dryades, corner of Erato
d were extensive alterations are being
t- made. The store is being completely
to remodeled and will have thirty-six
r- feet of show window. Mr. Levy ex
d pects to open the new store about
e the 20th or 25th of September. An
tnouncement of which will be made
Sthrough the press. Mr. Levy just
I returned from New York and the
n- Eastern markets where he made pur
h chases for his opening stock and much
of the goods are already at the depot
ready to be opened. Mr. Levy states
for the benefit of his distant patrons
y that the Clio, Claiborne, and the Pet
lyers Ave. cars as well as the Dry
Sades cars pass his store.
as A jolly crowd gathered at the
ly home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Woolverton
.- last Wednesday night to celebrate the
re seventeenth anniversary of the birth
l of their daughter, Mary.
Dancing was enjoyed throughout
the evening. Dainty refreshments
of were served in abundance. The
b- young hostess was the recipient of
i. many handsome presents. Those
participating were the Misses Maxie
!n Trotter, Gladys Harris, Rita and Lil
12 lian Hildebrand, Magdelina Trotter,
B. Mae Bowers, Carrie Hildebrand, Mary
Woolverton, Loretta and Henrietta
U- Miller, 0. Woolverton, S. Miller, P.
ir- and H. Gilson; Mesrs. W. Beymour,
ad A. Francisco, W. Redmond, A. Wool
verton, T. Alliagham, D. Trotter, W.
rd Woolverton, Mr. Martin, Mrs. Bonnie
of Rice, Mrs. GOilsoea, Mrs. Harris, Mrs.
aG W. Woolverton, Mrs. Castle, Mrs.
Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Woolverton.
a M eres
ii.,-;.XY~~ Ja~i;;f"t; ·lg~j~L'
iThe Story of L
i Our States
By JONATHAN BRACE
LOR( ,IIDA at
1 c a',s first
t ehealth resort.
t cIt was the
w'i1 a mythical
Fountain of Perpetual Youth t
that led f 'once de Leon, the
rpanlishi explorer, to land near
Sthe presnent site of St. Augustine.
H is rtediscovery of Flvrhda in
i 1513 was on Easter Sunday,
S hence the name, which Is from
4 T'ascua Florida or Flowery ['ass
over, which is the Spanish for
The French were the next set
tiers, founding a colony on the
St. John's river. Spain promptly
took actinin to maintain her own
S ership of this region and sent
over an expedition which erected
Sa fort under the leadership of
Menendez at St. Augustine In "
1565 and exterminated the luge
not colony. St. Augustine is the
r otlest city in the United States.
There followed a period of hos
Stlllty between the English col.
r onists in the Carolinas and the
Spanish in Florida. By the trea
ty of 1763 Spain ceded Florida
t to England in exchange for Ha
i vana, which England had cap
tured a few years previous. It
c remained an English colony un
til the last years of the Revolu
f tion when Spain recaptured it.
dr. There were two provinces, d
or East and West Florida. As the
ot Spanish ruled Florida with a
;t. very loose form of government,
os this region became the refuge of
pirates, smugglers and lawless
characters. Such an element to
E gether with the unruly Seminole
Indians naturally caused a great
deal of trouble. To overcome
this, President Monroe pur
chased Florida from Spain in
ed 1819 tor $5,000,000 or about
;t. eleven cents an acre. It was
organized into a territory and
n- in 1845 was admitted to the Un
ed Florida is sometimes called
he the Everglade State on account
of the vast swamp-land in Its
S southern part. It Is also known
an as the Peninsula State and is the
southernmost State of the Union.
er Its area is 58,0080 square miles.
e- (@ by McClm Newspaper Syndleoat.)
nd On Saturday morning at 8:40
)r- o'clock a fire originated in the one
a story frame building, 922-24 Teche
St, owned by Mrs. Jos. Rumore and
ch occupied by Paul Carpenter, as a
m- bakery. 'he damage was about
m- $20.00, which was covered by insur
as H. N. G. C. THEATRE
Lz Friday, September 16th.
"American Aristbcracy," Douglas
es Fairbanks. "Fighting Fate." Wm.
in. Duncan and Edith Johnson. "Jazz and -
it- Jealously," Comedy.
Sunday, September 18th. "Minty."
E Feature, All Star. "Chile Romance,"
Hall Room Boys. Fox News.
in- Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. Dixon
ion (nee Marie Charles)-a boy.
the Born to Mr.and Mrs. E. T. Salathe,
ow -a boy.
ted Born to Mr. and Mrs. Justin Ho
ato tard of 1702 Behrman Avenue-a
six Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Sketch
ex. ler of 633 Atlantic Ave.--a boy.
the IEN WISE--Oan Fdiday at L0:30
sir- o'clock p. m., Malcolm William Ent
ich wisle, son of Louisa Wright and the
pot lte Jos. Entwisle. Deceased was a
tes native of the city and was eleven
ns years old. The funeral took place.
'et- Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. from his
ry-late esdenpc 1476 Magageine St.,
Interment was in St. Mary's Ceme
BOtfRDETTE--News has been re
the ceived of the death of Lieutenant
ton Vernon Bourdette, at Washington.
the D. C., on Friday, September 2, as
rth the result of what appeared to be a
minor injury sustained while in the
service during the early part of the
out World War. He was buried with full
military honors at the National Cem
Setery in Washington. Lieutenant
Bourdette was married to Miss Mar
garet Pope of Algiers, who, with a
1 son, survives him.
[only the choest Westera meats and
fresh home grown vegetables. If you
can't come phone ln youear order.
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Snd) Srv 30s a . in m.
Stunday eSchool nt 9"0 a. m.
a Wednesday evening servics at 8 p. m.
THE MOMENT OFZNEED
i n a n rliit rg' 'nry you ll 1iii i'll
iat or pil '1 ii , hk ry :l r any
ilnd of ita: . uill o ntlllt . aind flcil
Sit ltiiitd I a Iu preilar,.d to ill your
it Quality and cleanliness are the twin
i mottoes of this bakery at all times.
d MISn HEI.EN HIELD
It 141 Delaroade nt.. Phone AIglers 511
We have the best b sad be
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