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OF THE CHILDREN The Herald will pay 50 cents in eash or mall the paper every week for six months to any addrees given for each childish naying printed. ltE story told must never have been printed before. IDo not expect pay for your story until it is printed in The lierald. Address Bright Saylang to The Herald. 5: YVerret ,treet. A Jear, neighborly old woman lives next door to us and our twins visi' her frequently. never coming home empty.-anded. Recently I discov ered they had fallen into the habit of asking Aunty for cookies. I tole them they should never again asp her for anything to eat. However they came home yesterday, eaci munching a large raisin cookie. "Why, children, have you beer asking Aunty for cookies again!" I exclaimed. "No, muvver," replied Paul, with bis mouth full. "I des said, 'Gee Aunty, somesin smell awful good around here.' and Sissle said, 'It kind of smells like tookies.' " "And," interrupted Eunice, "ther NEW FURNITURE TYPE TO BE DISTINCTLY AMERICAN Comfort to Be Feature, Says A. T. H. Bradford, Manager of Big N. 0. House, Which Plans Grand Exhibition February 16, 17, 18. In years to come, there'll prob. ably be a new type of period turn. iture-and jt will probably be known as American furniture, says A. T. H. Bradford, manager of Bradford's, Howard avenue and Carondelet stret. It's distinguished marks will be quiet good taste, masterly con struction, and above all, comfort, Mr. Bradford bellies. And Mr. Bradford has probably de voted as much time to the study of period furniture as any dealer in New Orleans. His period furnlture exhibit, to which all the people of New Orleans, home makers especially, are Invited, opens Thursday, and contindes through Friday and Sat urday. The house of Bradford has spent $50,60" in constructing, decorating, draping end furnishing, on tthe fourth floor of its building, a suite of 21 rooms comprising five complete homes all furnished in period de signs. hese apartments, complete in pvery detail, surpass any exhibit of the sort in the South, and even exeein the corresponding departments in Marshall lField & Co., of Chicago, and John Wanamaker of New York and Philadelphia. Pliest eomes in U. S. "American homes today are the best-furanshed and" most tastefuly equipped in the world," said Mr. Bradford, Saturday. He was super. vieing the installatio of a splendid saute of- Louis XV reception room furniture, in one of the apartments that Is to show Orleanians exactly how the furniture will look when established in a home. "I don't want the people of New Orleans to think that beeauag this is a perioed furaniture exhibit, with talks on period furniture, homeoma lag and Interior decdfatlon by ex .pers such as Dorothy Dix, Professor Pllsworth Woodward of Tulane, and Ars. GOu Mannes, that there will be nothing but precise period turn iture shown. "Ameriea, growing out of the bomers of Victorian furniture, with orse hair and marble trimmings, and the following horrors of the gol den oak and plush regime, is devel. dphng into the world's unique nation for turniture production. "Here for example, is a chair with William and Mary legs and a Queen Anne back. It took American aell. fty to combine those two periods. The product Is neither William and Mar er Qae Anne. It Is Amerti ean. But it Is mere beautiful and msre eoma etab than either. An en want beth beauty and comfort tn ahome. Ia smunsem you can wet shag with beauty alose. Buot we de't Ihe to yse in mussums. ears what I woed cea true Amer. an pareed fmsitrn. "Anmetoa deuteume have reote u lMssd the A reseat home, makin it a fet oa quiet, ceiortable been tr. Am en ruve genius has thmad it this ture at such low eet that tfoer es than =00 we ecan .a.le a ea--lete home la comfort. atd1 beautt pertd desisms W amn wants to spead morsy, 4 ve him its value whether » ~y $I"M or sSm dmbers, ý1ss and draperies." ' Weessary the eenpiste so 74s Rio upectas with aD s1 WauYsredy Ab the exhibit det alt ar a gleam 'A to 04tthe n t a o Oase5th essehe . n b ei w beel as it ·~~ii 'em to -us wivout asking." C. E., Sumner St. My little nephew came in from church last Sunday just as we were preparing to take dinner. He re moved his hat from his head. imme diately took his seat at the table, ,and began to serve himself. t "Here! here! What do you mean, Louis? Why not ask to be served'" exclaimed his mother. Louis inno cently replied, "Well, my prayer book says. "God helps those who help themselves." MfRS. N. C.. Opelousas Ave. Philip had a dog named Prince, of which he was fond. Some children were passing on the sidewalk when Prince started to bark at them. They were frigjtened and Philip. running out on the porch, exclaimed, "Don't be afraid, kids; he looks cross, but he is awful tender hearted." J. W. S., Vallette St. . nothing will be on sale. And a sou- u - venir awaits Every guest. The lectures and talks will be given in a special auditorium on the * third floor of the Bradford building. The senior class of the New Or leans Conservatory of Music, in caps and gowns, with President E. E. Schuyten of the Conservatory attend ing, will be the guests of A. T. H. 1 Bradford during the three evenings and will provide the musical pro- 1 gram for other guests. The invita tion is extended to all Orleanians to attend, especially the housewives aid the brides-to-be. While the talks and the music will start at 8:15 p. m. on Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, a special Invita tion is extended to all homemakers not to confine their hours of visiting the exhibit to the evening only. From 10 a. m. daily all are welcome. The entire staff of the house of Bradford will be in attendance to conduct them through the exhibit and explain any points about the period furniture shown there. Designs to Be Varied These period designs will range g through Queen Anne, William and a Mary, Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI, with Chippendale and r American Colonial furniture that comprises the South's greatest fur- d niture exhibit, arranged so that every room, kitchen, dining room, 1 reception room, boudoir, living room,I_ I music room, mother's room, father's room, breakfast room ind hall are all furnished complete as would be the home of any of the visitors, were that furniture installed therein. Fireplaces will glow, canaries will chirp in their cage the. piano will - be opep and equippbd with music, the dining room set ready for dinner,1 so come in and visit a .wile with I the house of Bradford. Arthur Nash, ailionaire clothing manufacturer of Cincinnatl says: "I' know that the philosophy of Jesus a Christ is the solution of all our prob- ii k ms." The Golden Rule is the divine f law goveraning petect balance In se. I somles. Like ether truths, this is so c obvious that it takes people a lang c time to see it. Most of our problems are spiritual. The material side is e result, not the cause. A New York doctor says quitttl business is a dangerous luxury, as it Is apt to be folloeed by mental anad physical degeneration. Though not a doctor, we ar e ertain that it we should quit it would be followed by t stomach trouble due to Inability to maintalin a proper liaison between our appetite and the corned beet and cab hage nrchants. b Every time a scientist asserts that n the blond eaes must die out in warm r~ countries because eof the "actialce rays" of the sa, we reset on the Doers in Afriea-a blond rca-who have thrives and multiplied energy maosly. A patient who has tried muskG Sades reports that he feels better; set making t clear, however, that his mprovement may ant be due me to a eed rest sad seleteums attention provided by human baegs than to amp thng howes to the monkey LITTLE ONES FOR A CENT ml rith r s ae ad a =I M M NEWS SUMMARY = Fifteen public school teachers have enrolled in the part time nature study classes started by the New Orleans Normal School. The New Orleans Ministerial Union adopted resolutions condemning the use of raffles in the name of charity and religion. By creating a constituidn and a set of by-laws, the Eighth Grade boys of McDonogh 12 school have formed a Self-Government club. Dr. J. Y. Kombar, leader in Near East drive, is here to ask Orleanians to aid the Americans and Assyrians who have been innocent victims of Turks. Touro Infirmary has been handed Sa check for $42,617.80, covering the proceeds of the Elks' Hoo-Rah at City Park, July 3 and 4. The first brick for the new Gay arre school, Lafayette avenue and N. Robertson street, was laid Mon day by Miss Estelle Magende, prin cipal. Jefferson City Buzzards, in a spe clal announcement, promise the best of all the Mardi Gras parades this year. In an address delivered before the Electrical League, Meyer Elseman. realtor, branded New Orleans the "Gateway to the World." The Electrical League plans to construct a "house electric" In New Orleans this year. An anonymous letter written to Dr. Dowling caused an inspection of the dairy operated by A. Laborde, 3620 Calhoun street, which was found in a filthy condition. 7 Failure to reach their goal on St. SValentlmd's day General Chairman 'Weinberger announced an extension of time in the "give the kids a chance" campaign for Hope Haven Farm. Train parents how to train chil. dren was the plea of Mrs. Hilton Higgins to school teachers Monday night at the Normal School meeting Accidents in the fire department in 1921 resulted in the death of seven men and the injury of 103, Chief John M. Evans reported to the Commission Coungil in Iis annual statement. A meeting of residents of the Ninth Ward has been called for next. Mon. day night at St. Vincent de Paul's Hall in the interest of the candidacy of John D. Nix, Sr., for Judge of the Juvenile Court. The Lakeview Welfare Association wants better roads, street car ser vice, lights, sewerage and mail ser vice. Final figures for 1921 show that the commerce through the port of New Orleans was more than double that of its nearest competitor- for second place among the American ports. United States Government figures show a decrease of only one per cent in retail tfood price. in New Orleans for the month ending January 15, while other cities have shown de. creases of from three to nine per cent. PRESENTED WITH CIUFF BUTTONS On Monday, February 7. 1923, Hope Grove No. 65, U. A. O. D, of Alglers, tendered Serlseant A. C. Prados a surprise. After their regular meet lag, which was held in Renecky's Hall, the members got into automo bile which were waiting and took Mr. Prades to his home at 906 Ver mret street, where everything was in readines for the adtailr. As he walked up the steps the Adams Jua Buad played "Here Comes the King." He was then carried into the parlor, where Mr. Henry Achker presenated Mr. Prados with a par of diamond ar buttons set in platinum, with thb Druid emblem oa one side. Mr. Lots 6th District SLee Rho des DANCING SCHOOL a sael ed l.a~sin in A.sm.. - seImds wlse saeas M,,A :,n .le.,,--.,,-. • iMOVI I IBýATER Acker made a speech, in which he highly complimented Mr. Prados on the grand success he made of the ball given last December. Refresh ments were served and a good time was had until late in the morning. Mr. L. Santos was chairman of the committee. The following members sang: MIr. John O'Hlara, "I Had a Lady to Take Home, But Lost Her on My Way." Mr. Meek Turner, "I Won't Shave Anybody Tomorrow." Mr. Sam Provenzano, "Don't Look for Me at the Shop Tomorrow." Mr. L. Santos, "Pro.ibition is I--" Mr. George Munsterman, "If I Could Only Find a Sweetheart." Mr. A. Bloom, "That Druids' Lem. onade." Mr. J. Culver, "I Hate to Go Home Early." Mr. Nick Cafiero, "The Insurance Business is Good, But These Times Better." Mr. Henry Acker, "The Life of a Druid for Me." Mr. A. C. Prados, "They Wanted a Grove of Druids in Algiers, That is Why We Organized Hope Grove No. 65 Here." Mr. A. Kennedy. "How I Like That Tin Wash Boiler." Mr. W. Falk sang several songs in Italian, and was assisted by Mr. Sam Provenzano and Mr. 4Meek Turner. Mr. John O'Hara recited "Waking Up at 5 a. m. on My Front Steps." The affair ended by the members and the ladies sijging, "When Is Our a Next Affair?" A Scene From "Take it from Mee." Shubert St. Charles Theatre Coming Sunday, February 19th. ANNOUNCING A New Confectionery and Bakery At An Established Stand We are pleased to announce to the Algiers public that we have bought out The Hield Cdnfectioner) formerly operated by Miss Helen J. Hield 'at 141 Delaronde Street. We BAKE EVERY DAY, therefore you can depend upon getting PRESH CAKES, ROLLS AND PIBS AT ALL TIMES. A new oven is now being built, which will be completed in a few days, when we will also supply you with HOT BREAD DAILY. Prompt and courteous service is assured everyone. Star Confectionery and Bakery 141 DELARONDE STREET Phone Algiers S11 FISCHER STUDIO 829 Canal Street Babies Our, Coples-Enlargenents BRING HER HERE TO OUR NIEW SODA FOUNTAIN where Iced Delties are swe Just as they are 1, the l,rer citg bat.ts Cmbt able chairs sal a esa to mo. We amre cate to the besot trte , . - / "e -- - - . - . . . .. s es... I I "TAKE IT FROM ME." That gay musical show, "Take It From Me," will be the attraction at the Shubert St. Charles Theater com mencing Sunday night. Feb. 19, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday. This organization comes to this city with a record run of over one year at the Forty-fourth Street Theater, New York; five months at the Stude baker Theater, Chicago, and four months each in Boston and Philadel phia. It also comes with the promise that this is the original company in its entirety, which is most welcome news to many of us who hale had an overdose of mediocre casts in the past. Joseph M. Gaites. of "Three Twins" farce. is making the presentation, and he promises expert farceurs. clever dancers and singers, and the same c(horus that made Chicago sit up and take n6tice. H. N. G. C. THEATRE. Friday. Feb. 17-"Double Trouble." Douglas Fairbanks. Sunday, Feb. 19-"Danger Ahead." Mary Philbin. Universal Special. "Playmates," Century comedy. Movie Chat No. 15. Tuesday, Feb. 21 - Altar Boys' Benefit. TULANE THEATRE. On next Sunday night the well known Nell O'Brien Minstrels will present their 1922 attraction at the Tulane Theater. More than ordinary interest centers in this offering, for, with the possible exception of the advent of a big circus, no form of antertainment aatraona mnra nmass. urable anticipation than a high-class minstrel performance. Neil O'Brien's I Minstrels have enjoyed an envlable, .t reputation for furnishing a splendid I. entertainment for many years, and h the coming of this sterling organi zation to the Tulane is an event that y will not be overlooked by the seekers r for the best in amusements. r, This will be the tenth annual tour of this organization under the man r agement of Oscar F. Hodges. and the aggregation has now come to be re e garded as almost a national institu n tion. rivaling in local interest the foreign reputation of the most pre tentious offerings of the country. e such as the Winter Garden and th "Follies." The growth of the Neil O'Brien Minstrels has been note ' worthy. From original one-night ' stands it has "graduated to week C stands, and its merit has grown apace. No effort or expense has been spared to make this season's show eclipse all preceding offerings in the matter of scenic splendor as well as in the personnel of the singers. dan. c-rs and comedians, who combine to furnish an entertainment of capri . cious and hilarious comedy Inter e spersed with popular and inspiring songs and choruses. The entire program will be in three parts, comprislng in the first part an oleo of specialties and a third part in the form of fantastic and satirical travesties. The com pany includes such well known burnt cork artists as Jack ("Smoke") Gr'ay, Pete Detzel and Joe Carroll, Bell and Arlis, Gene Cobb, Frank ("Cracker") Quinn, Claude Root and Speed McCarty, Tom Kane, George Shone, Dan Marshall and others of SHIBERT-ST. CHARLES THEATIE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Matiaees Wednmeday and Saturday JO. ILM. GAITES, Prevats AMERICA'S GREATEST MUSICAL COMEDY "Take It From Me" ORIGINAL N. Y. CHICAGO CAST. FULL OF GIRIB, PEP.GOWNS. PRICES: MATINEES--Me, to SAOO. EVENINGS--Occ , to s$.50. SEAT SAIE THURSDAY-MAIL ORDERS NOW. TULANE THEATRE NEXT WEEK, BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I1 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p. m. OSCAR F. HODGE Presents * The NEIL O'BRIEN , Great American -SUPER-MINSTRELS ALU. 'TY iS I~T A% VAU~&VH.L Foto's Folly Thea mIATy, l. h".-IHbart Eoswortk In "Foolish Matrons". Al L. "Ain't Love OraMd." Foa News. UlDAT, W Mk--hirley Mason is "Even Since 3ve." Tiger I55 Weekly. '> T, W M. -~'A-Leas Olaum in. "Love". Scenic. Comedy. . F~ iAT, 15. rm-Olve Tell In "Wings of Pride." A Taran. Mutt sad Jett. UrT, 13 ~-wn Turpln in "Small Town Idol." Roll Fox News. &FT, 1. •-ThIc,a lie lSuper Production "Hall The Pah eview. Cartoce. nA, rm am as Friday. ras Ope Weds s" W. ass m.. esDatte agesn - sme Opsou Wi Da, set. p . !u s ,res D FAmas esmins as 1st- mm W p. s.. wW - no*e Wgrm ' 4t48WAlr,,. e, , TRAIN THAT 6Y A 8romp asem was hu la Ms ta the Areali iers Trnst and Savings ~JS~IOSMEAS .I the same high ntil:-.r attainmel The usual strer ;,:i.c!r. will be fey turerd every day. ( ltPHIl 'l TiT ATRE. Again th ()rlin ::.; ill have ex-mnovi- .iar for '- h·"adline attry. tion. This time i: i- arlyle By well. w.ho h':adlin.i hill 5ef ning on Monday. I'.. Mr. Blackwell n: :a ctmpay -fficioent assistan::- ' ';:l iffer a ac(t comedy-dranii. :Ei.ht-Six-p+ý. by Mark Swan. -.\" l'r: o of line beauty have 1I.: sn.· Put ut Blackwell in the ·1, . of mod Apollos. And they -.,* hi is Just - easy to look at b,.hin i 'h- footligat as on the screfe.:1 i " playlet glyg him ample opporru'::-' to di"l the good looks and c lhrm that An him fame in th.- It r' t s AssauI Mr. Blackwell will h," Earl Hroe, Mlary Mead and Ma !. Barnes. But there are ot,' r notewort, attractions on the bill besides s famous movie star. For instat, there is Lew Bricem. beloved In No York for his lively and rhytlr teet, but rather a newcomer here. le is a former Gus Edwards prote and the brother of the famous tlj and Fannie Brice. Ethel Forde and l.ester Sheet. will offer "Footsteps and Fantait_' with Marion Forde assisting that and Bernie Dolan at the piano. ' Primrose Three. reduced one if the famous Primrose Four, hbau. singers, are on the bill. Russ BErg and Connie O'Donnell, with a tbhI at song and comedy: Bert and 1t.I ance Mayo, gymnasts, and Gawis Brothers' "Animated Toy 8U$ make the bill complbte.