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J JVanderlinde'n left Fri
at for Port Arthur, Texas.
t her daughter. Mrs. II. L.
Spuckett spent the week
t ,lin , the guest of rela
. Malbrough returned to
Alin Thibodeaux after spend
time here with relatives.
Md Mrs. Walter Armitage re
m be from Cleveland. Ohio
Sgodreaux spent the week
p relatives in Houma.
O. & G.
Isked Every Day
wamid & Gros
I Canal Mal 98011
eig anal Main 2334
P I Caul St.
Sihav to spea to eat. But you
Ssanl eat better by trading
s r O eka are low ad the
I .. A VERURT WI.
rr AND FISH
tsmaVIC h t
opovich Millinery Shop
504 Frenchmen St.
announces a complete showing of
FASHIONABLE AND STYLISH SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY
PRIKS TO MEET ALL PURSES
or 90 Years Frenchmen Street's Leading
OW BueDniss is Men's and Boys' Shoes, you know the
fgt by reputation-you will be fitted satisfactorily by
6hit aperisnced shoe men in the city.
106 ROYAL ST, Ner Canal
Try Us and Be Coavinced
£LF -- mA w.'a III -w I
Headquarters for Paint
Our Certain-teed Prices
PerGt NN oP. al Qurt Pl
ide White $3.50 ,oo ..ls nish $370 *$,23 $0/
33 Dark oak Vrnish stain .8 .S
DUIIO W Brown o13o 3.00 lor Int.i.r Ena.l . u
w ro4(1. @) 3.00 46 anidsBs, Roof Pt. 1.80
_,RTAIN..TBD paint is. old on the
9st plus basis-you get the benefit of
WIry economy in manufacturing. If the
alor you want csts bes to make than
Sther color, the saving is yours.
Is why bwcan sell sh high quality
pub at thug prices.
m cwad.eed paint this time, and you
b e pllon. It lasts better, toa
S 0I bas er painta-i wil pay o.
kmbiked w- -sr
Herbert L. Harding
h a" VaDlet Sts..
Mr. Valller Judlin returned Sun-, Litt
i. day morning from a three months' week
, trip to Spain and Portugal. when
Dr. R. J. Platt left Saturday even- past
lug for Camp Knox after spending take
. a month's furlough here with his aunt.
i. wif and baby. Pelii
Miss Mantle Vaughan has returned to N
o from Texas, where she spent the Mrs.
1- past two weeks. Thu
i M 1iss Callie Daniels, of Seashore Robi
- Camp Grounds, has been visiting 15 ot
. Miss Eugenia Herbert. Mr.
Mr. Jos. P. Skelly returned Thurs
d(lay morning from Mobile. Flub
.Mrs. Gertrude Peterson Olroyd aIr
!was elected one of the delegates to ati
the national convention of Business relati
and Professional Women's Clubs,! Mr
which will convene in Chattanooga. spent
July 10-15. Mr
COLEMAN STUDIO R
Portraits of youear most Pleasing Per
c'opyinc. Enlarging, Kodak Finishing
829 CANAL ST. Phone Maln 65235
EE. L. GRACI & COMPANY,
EDVIGE NOX ALL POLISH
One $1.5M mop tree with every guille
delivered foer $.1.0
On0 JULIA STREU T
Phone Man 3788 New Orleans, La.
FRENCH TOWN COFFEE
537 TOULOUSE ST. H 3806
We are still securing
for all our competent graduates in
Accountancy. Stenographic- and See
Also English studies, Mechanical
Drawing and Telegraphy at the
613 Canal Street
in-" Little John Tuth arrived last
is' week from Staten Island, N. Y.,
where he had been residing for the
ýn. past few years with his aunt, to
ng take up his residence here with his
is aunt. Mrs. OGe. Ilahn. of P'acific and
Pelican avenues. Prior to his going
ed to New York he resided here with
he Mrs. Hahn.
The many friends of little Norma
are ltobichaux will be ,lad to hear she
ng is out again.
Mr. Dan Martin entertained a few f
rs friends at a dance at the Alhambra va
Club last Friday evening. ft
d Mr. T. Boudreaux returned home sit
id after spending the week here with sh
bss Mrs. Aucoin returned home after 3"
ga. spending some time in aIke Charles.
Mrs. Naas of Santa Clara, Cal., is Ilt
visiting relatives here. ne
You Have Heard of It a
NowYou Can Read It a oi
- By ELEANOR H. POR ER n
Audsir of "Padrism." "Oh, Mma4
Mserd." "'Juk Deaid." ,t. n
"Polyanna." with its optim- m
ý ism and cheer was such a
clever story that i resulted in p
the formatioa dof a cuk with
Mae" is even better.
It could appropriately have
been entitled."Mary Marie th
and Marriage" for it gives s
E,,answer to the great |am
ily problem of what happens th
to the children when father In
and mother are divorced.
The child's point dof view is
presented here for the first to
- time in a work of fction.
It Is Such a Superb re
Story, interesting to men.
women and children, that it
e has been selected for serial d
al reoduction in d
Beginning In Herald This Week. i
SCHULZE STAMP AND
STENCIL CO., Inc. m
Rubber Stamps, Seals, Stencils,
Badges, Checks, Door and
Desk Signs of Every
Special Prompt Service
Phone Main 3488 610 Natchez St. tr
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
1 GET WEIDIG'S POTS a
with strainers at o
DUVIC HARDWARE STORE .1
$1.00 up; the most 1
improved pot on the v
market; recom- fi
b ended every- t1
where - vases .
benches, pedestals. O
SPRIGHTLY SILK FROCKS HAS I
T: San F
is then l
yla; h and r lt
Any nrulber if lrightly. new tlu" e etwf
fta frocks ,rame trc- lping in. In ad- Eatch
a rane of spring, and they were pe'r-i canvar s
fe'ctly sure iif a wllcnme. Along lines
e similar to those In the pretty model carr ii
h shown here designers rhavee made m he the 1
In very great variety, suited to gay compaln
r youth and varied to, please charming turnl
age. In a conspiracy to make them , h,
wholly irresistible to gentlewomen.
lace is introlu•rcel In the sleeves or other 1
neck or both, and the silk Is used in are st
hand Illndet embel.lishments of flowers i cina
and ruchings, covered cord or straps. h
Tile dress pltured here far after
noon, or informal wear. Is a youthful
model with full scalloped tunic over
a plain skirt. Its elbow sleeves, of
the taf'eta,. are lengIthened by a puff
of fine net ending In a hand of silk at
tihe wrist. Straps of the taffeta ex
tend from the elhbow to cuffs and roses
of it are set nhut the tunle. The
scallopd edge Is finished with a silk
London's Literary Nights.
Literary evening Inistitultes, have
betn estihlishled by the Londohn coun- I
ty counl'l for persons ,Iler than elght
Cen year-s if age. These institutes do
not undtlertake any Veniational training,
but give courses in such subjects as
nmusic, including country dances and
folk songq: astrnonmy. biology,. h,,rtli
culture. history. Iangunges. art and
modern English literature. The schools
are (onducted on the c,-loperative
plan. and they carry iout thell ide:ts anrd l His
SollL;eLtin i fi students. Edlliintional been
vi-it s $t, ltai'es of interest are on the to ohn
i' otin. Bol
"All Bound Round."
"Dear. funny old Mainmy Lou,." said prom
the pretty girl in the squirrel furs a
she seated herself in front of the
Woman in the bus. "She still clings to In
the remedies she used years ago down regiol
in Alabamna." ly th
"Is she ill?" inquired her com- foresl
*"Yes, poor thing. tThe sent for me pilln:
to go to see her. Said she had mis'ry little
pow'ful bad. When I got there she head
complained of a sore throat. and I certa
really believe she has tonsillitis. snow
"She looked ius' too comical. She to ell
wasn't wearing a cap as she usually small
does. but her hair was drawn high on so t
her head., and from the ends of it brow:
down close to her scalp It was hbound Pro
round and round with string. so calles
- tightly pulled I thought the skin of by w
her scalp would crack. anim
"I asked her. 'For goodness sake. snow
mammy. whatever have you done to prowv
your head?' Th
"'Ah reckon it look- queer.' she moos
whispered huskily. 'hbut ah pulls mah her t
har offen mah hald and ties It this- war
away so's "o hold up mah sof' palate'." deliv
Important Matter Settled. Co'
The discovery of an alligater fossil used
In the shale rock of Bay de Noe is y
considered by geologists to prove that aorpl
this peninsula was not rea'ed until wastrp
- fish and other forms of animal life had stop,
begun to exist in the waters there- placu
asbouts. This must bring a great deal ..a
of satisfaction to the people living due
E 'here. Scientists had asserted recent- left i
mt ly that the penlnsula was formed pri cum,
be vous to the fish era. nod was there- thret
n-fore quite old. It seems probable now part
Sthat the place was created. say, only Lieu
' 490.000.000 years ago, Instead of .500.- techl
000.000 years ago. So the people need that
Sno longer apologize for not having a hihit
place just as new and up-to-date as Serv
any of us.-Detrolt News.
Women Leave Cambridge.
As a result of the action of the sen
ate of Cambridge university denying
woman students equal privileges and
rights with men, some women are leav
Ing for Oxford. where the status of the
sexes is equal. According to the de
cltsion of the senate, the students of
Glrton and Newnham colleges may not
beconle members of the university. al
though they are entitled to titular de- No I
grees conferred by diploma. A com- wait
promise measure, under which women
were to be admitted to a limited mem- NO
bershlp. Including eligihility to pro- lc
fessorship with restrictions and a
measure of self-government. was de
teated by the vote of the university
"Mechanic" Vs. "Engineer."
Defending the word "engineer" is
part of the work of the Anlmericnn As
sociation of Engineers. according to Pho,
C. E. Drayer. secretary. A corporation -
used "engineer" when it meant "me -
chanic." The engineers' organlzation
brought about a change in the title. In
connection with protecting the com
petent engineer "from unjust compeD
tlon of dabhhlers and quacks." the as
soclatlon sided in the pissino of ii
'ensing laws In eight states durin* the
Tops Made New By Using
Inside and outside system. Pre
seye and satops leaks. Call for
demonstrationa and see samples.
Appolatmeints by reqaest.
SJElW L COMIUX
Pate Offles .nd Saleseem
110 Larayee Pheme Male 8311 1
NWm amassm. LA.
K HAS MADE HER LAST VOYAGE P
Famous Clipper Ship, Built in 1869, ls
Being Broken Up at Ta
An old clipper ship. the (lory of
the Seas, which 35 years a,. set a
record for "*windjaltmers" htweten
San Francisco and Australia, is he
1ing broken up at Tacoma. \a.-h.,
following thei disovery that hiaria
Scle have eaten into her hull hevund
The stout old ship was built at
the famous D)onald IMclKay yards in
Boston, Ma's.. in 1S;l;, and sinet
then has sailed on all the s,'v\,n -t as
and called at most of the imlirtantt
ports artound thel globe.
Some .ears ago the ;lryv f the
Seas was purchased by a Ta'coma tish
c ,,mpany and wa, put in thel servic'e
v tif btetween Pulget soundt andt Ala.ka. 1,
in ad- Eatch .pringr she wou11l spreadl her in t
e per- canvas and sail away to the north, hay
iodel carrying supplie.s alnd emplye'es for 'ht
them the Alaska canneries o,,perated' bv the ntc
n gay company and in the fall would re- o
irming turn with the smtason's .atch. the
them Tihe old heat was built of oak and the
es or othe-r tough woitls, and some of these kin,
sed in are still in good conditilon. She is cut
lowers being broken up for what metal she arai
straps. holds. frill
oter WITH RESERVATIONS th
es. of S
a puff litti
silk at Iatl
to ex- Itl
1 roses I plal
I eight- T
tles lo dthr
as ar,, His Mother-Bobbie, you have
ationial been very naughty after promising
on the to obey me strictly.
Bobbie-That's nothin'. You once
,l aid promised to obey dad.
tf the Cow Moose Skilful Boxer.
ings to In the northern and western forest
l down regions of C'anada the snow piles deep
ly throughout the winter. In these
com- forests roams the king of the deer
family, the moose. To combat the high
for me piling drifts, the animals gather la
mis'ry little bands of from three to a dozen
re she head and trample down the snow over
and I certain limited areas. 'hus. when the
- snow lies all around them, from three
She to eight feet deep, the moose have a
usually small stretch of country packed hard,
uigh on so they can get around easily to
of it browse off the surrounding trees.
hound Prom these "yards," as they are
ig. so called, the moose are at times driven
skin of by wolves or by dogs and men. The
animal flounders through the deep
sake. snow till it is exhausted, and then
one to proves an easy prey to its pursuers.
Though she has no horns, the cow
r,' she moose possesses dangerous weapons ln
Is mah her two forefeet, which can strike for
It this- ward with the skill of a boxer and
alate'." deliver most telling blows.
Stops Planes Cotton Waste.
j Cotton waste, which has long been
r fossil used in cleaning all kinds of machlin
N. is ery, has been banned In the workshops
of the Canadian air service. When
d until airplane engines are overhauled and
waste is used, the engines have often
Ilfe had stopped when they were afterward
there- placed in service.
at deal "These cases have appeared to be
living due not to waste being acchlientally
recent- left in the engine parts, hut to an ac
ed pri cumulation of small pieces of cotton
there- thread that had been left on engine
ie now parts after cleaning with waste," says
yv. only Lieut. Col. E. W. Stedman, director,
of 500,- technical section, Air Hoard. iHe urges
le need that commercial companies also pro
aving a hilhit such uise of waste.-Ry Science
late as Service.
es and GROUND
the de- IN OUR
may no OWN SHOP
ular d No tedieous deay of several y8 ,
A com- waitingl for yor glass.
to pro- aace*-fedDe e e
teer" is DAVID C. WILIAMS, 0. D.
Icn As Optometrist.
dling to Phone M-3300 819 Canal Street
- PROGRESSIVE LUMBER CO., Inc.
' Strictly Long Leaf Yellow Pine
Estimates Gladly Furnished
G No Order Too Small or Too Large
Office and Yard-2512 to 2532 St. Peter Street.
SC. L. LEE DUNN, President and General Manager.
1 Phones: Hemlock 4294-4295. Residence Phone: Algiers 659.
PLAIDS AND FRINGES H
r Y 1
Fashliln still psilt trli .,t imtitrlals
r in the lead for sp.rt sktrt;, but the.y
, have s,llelt' e'i mptrqi- ntlll l| I p hlll a1n1 1
r (heeked patterts in nil skirt material.
e C'heks with fringedt eidge-. :are reml!
nilscent of slha ls anll they aIlllke manly
Sof the smalrt Iiew rlliuels inl whtlh
the fringe is uttl titltei fr it hen at
the ittton of the skirt arit also ltinth
es the a,:,teh po,'kets. A -klrt etf this
kind appears in the ltaure al,,e.
itut on1 silt;pl lines iandii hailig aIt Sep
10 arate belt ,of the material. Theee
frlinetd nliterlials are Irtle tllrlt
smart in the new w'rnppel skirts with
the fringed edge' arranged to run from
belt to helm.
Sport skirts and ttret.t skirts are a
little longer than they were. the regu
latlion length being from six to eight
inches frnom the fltwor. Flannel In
plain colors, in stripes and plaidt. Is a
rival for prunella and other rlotha.
The argutment nagnnst s.veletism Is
expressel In a famine more pathetic
than any hunger strike.
The man who doesn't believe any
thing he sees in the paper isn't on the
right subseription list.
ar A year ago
ou almost unknown
SToday - a leader
A sweeping verdict for QUALITY
n "WORKING HARD"
tor WIRING AND APPLIANCES ON MONTHLY TERMS
,e' South New Orleans Light & Traction Co.
_ Elmira Avenue AIABIERS, LA. Phone Algiers 151 A 509
)P ROOT BEER I
w The Year Round Drink
. Delicious and Pure
Originated by E. A. Zatarain, 1889
Manufactured and Bottled By
E. A. ZATARAIN & SONS a SO
NEW ORLEANS, LA. I""" '
HINT TO "SUCCESS SEEKERS"
"Cultivate the Thrifty, You May Need
Their Savings," Is Advice Giv
en by Humorist
Tl',,ne.ty anti industry aire reti,t;ite
0of -u..1 * -< in lhusint'. T'l'he t ing
i rlll hei1 is ,l,.termrailtndl to hte.<,rnle l ,ry
sithy i lllIut thi.riefre cultitate l.er
Swrit. l,,uii 1tar.Ili-i In the New Yoric
SI, lt . .t andil inll.llltri-l. : lIet rni
iare t -"} ;ipt t, elin l in tthe itierity
in of *,.iur a , n, i bi liin i'lak l it fr eins
I. w fr i t ' ;111 l t'r ilt y .u111 11i l n to
I! t1- ,In.'-- With it Lem al Ianta;eu:llu
I ts ,li it t l 1h re rt- . lf <ti nitill t ait t a
S Il, i i-. ' tu ' uit aii*a" hl i r- ti t tie de
se , ri f m hone' i ii t t ri i lu r l i lt
; th" r t:ir i! h ,,llut i It rii.c ttt le i it n-r!
t th rift a iiiitit t ihtet it - h hly Co tie
iet"ll' "d "','"alli ;ill those n ith wh rn
i ..t,,r k ot,,tu v t hi , l jr ,it t .1. tIi i;t :,eidl thttlir
uanes tt r. fin- n er . o .f tyr ven
f atte i ti.- li- The iay w r it' t -itu l dil itin
rgllic ,-. .\t h. te- . a i it 1%. tl i-t I','r11l1" :a n(t
I you M ill titl thaitt imt t il i of niallt
ell -tit hi tt-.
S .hrity cannot te thit, hiryt.
int Is r:i"..t. t The st lii ah l "iI ." r It,-ri ont
tt I. ',p Itible. YI tt ' ii lllr II nt in 1t I it· i
n t ' rea ucini a i 'ertain :ihl-tt hl, ini.t le
ti) ar t nt iahl ,l"e r ~it;: arl if -iil have
nh lOmih .ernlwnls al thiii :II1't tr yoi)lir
at liit, voii airi' hulllling ln -i s""lid f.,un
<h- uiitioin; ther,' nl"i",d he nothini hap
his hatirl I-hio.ut y'ilr nln thod.ts.
e, S ite:tillyt , i ani " hilur ~ a lia I. a
hul s. relitle. .eitil number if .her me
1,-AP tholli.:"il ;..r a.,lis a"e lilingi I uIp fur y.i
rWP ea: h hi- tIn ll <t lprpto."rtI..ii ",f hi,"re
ith lInlit, iirln at .taitedl seaia lni it the
mim i"'.m yourl..u. i t as the :ii.iar" a:r
ner-, a plr,,I-,rtionl of th11i," holy fruit
e a the hive-,. 'rhe. wii-atrgl lli b r \ no n
lKu- e at timet, anti it 1 il-aitty iay1V toi
Ight _et it ana" fromll u t thi \t.",n e , ;. it:
in bilt he l i % n i, t ,leienl, bl;" the.t'r \\i'l
1s a Ilw'"ays the a'rili'n- in tht w,':. u"'.,,r' will
l,Bil hhiur wnl 11<. :st1o. ran , n r
I1 relati.ni w ith the pelrl',i , i ! . .
etle nent. It is better in int ""\t I .:""n ;
to asui. 'ialte with m\:-tr-l-. T1 "
not moral l-er.ni. :aito Vil "o 1'l- ht"
my comp known as a ln. n with o1u1- t 1,
th'e m eolatins. This It i i a 'ra t hi .'p It.