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stock market did the fooling."
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mrany ountalns about here. Pelc
8wire Gulds-Yes, we had so moch Bouy
Lad we had to put it In heaps.
Cot of Stepping Trains.
A ordtnaur aer locomeotte r.
easames a poaa of fuel r ev7 ht i
U feet It truaveis. Fach anecesary enterta
atop, made with a heavy rleight or
peuaser tran, represents a fuel lo Op
M beer 80 to 75-0 pound of ol, d- their
Mlna oea the weight of t tl, honor
hs kLgth of the stop and the grad It wa
A*arakllae air leak on a traitn aof po,
ight ars has baeen known to rett, Ri
aum a lae o as much as 2,540 Albert,
pods of coal ln a ten-hour period. Corne
STi he e teal each tlmp a modja New
Ipsmoatve pops o for Ave minultes Is Crovett
d*et sveaty-Ive ponad. It loo - V.Ole
tiv reeme. we to rve a ittle more
thia eao saLti ofal out of each -
tm use, the total esvln would be
equal to neary 7 per rest of al the
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MARY GORDON BECOMES EXPERT.
Mary Gordon, 14 year old swimmer,
of 305 Alix street, forced herself to
the front among 8outhern winners
when she won the Southern Junior M
560-yard championship at A udubon
Park last Saturday. She had already
won many races about town and had Fe.
become city champion, but her race
of last Saturday, made her a real
Her many friends of the Algiers L
Swimming Club will give a dance in ser
her honor Saturday night at the n'l,
OP Druid's Palm Garden. thot
_Ernest C. Hunt. physical director, chol
who with the aid of other Algierians Cho
is endeavoring to send Mary to lng
Dallas, Tex., on the 12th of August, T. I
to try for higher honors says that ser'
Mary is one of the best swimmers At
r he has ever trained, text
"She is a born swimmer and It at ti
will be a matter of a short while gate
when she will be able to show some lead
of the Northern champions a real ther
race," says Mr. Hnt. caus
At the dance Saturday night she tow
treet will be presented with her medal for life
- the Southern Junior championship. It
The following men have helped the by a
Ile& movement to give Mary this dance: monu
P Chas. A. Henricks. A. Spitsiaden, Ed- row
gar Cayard, M. C. Veslen, U. Umbach, head
have R. Charles, R. Talluta, s. J Mothe, have
D Salathe, O. Dorsey, Sam White, . way
Glustimano, A. Gayaut, Mrs. A. L. but 1
Michel, G. D. Comeaux. to hi
BLOCK DANCE. direc
Troop No. 32, Boy Scouts are prpeopl
parink to give its first summer Block shoul
rt dance on Thursday, August 31, on Savic
Pelican avenue, between SegUin and man
Bouny streets. lfe.
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. Choog
th Mr. and Mrs. John W. Glepert were sixty
Shosts Monday at an informal dinner, tob.
Sentertaining at the family home, 87 rom
Opelousas avenue, complimentary t morse
d their daughter Carmelite Veronies, up i n
_l, honor of the anniveresary of her rth. recall
d It was a delightful atifair. his fa
Those present were Mrs. Thee. A. tmac
SPox. Misses Clara Bals, Maggle Gere a pe
to rett, Ruth and Hazel Gorden, Jonora fr
540 Albert. Mildred Holt. Delta Bergeron, :lot a
L Cornelia Beck and Bertha Alvard of the w
a New Orleans, Orace and Auromra when
II Crovetta of 8t. Bernard and Carmelite towar
V. Glepert, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Geispert. ny,
'dba Iu m . a had se
Rev. M.A. MATTHEWS
D. D., LL. D.
PRACTICAL EDUCATIn y
The child's brain is susceptible of
the highest development, but it
should he developed along the line
of its inclinations and for practical
purposes. If ever there was a time
when sanity in education was
Shafts, needed, now is that time. Our
airs schools and colleges are educatin
r the youth of this land away front
the natural tendencies and from the
h'uman instincts of well developed
I oys and girls.
The education of today seems to
destroy initiative, self-reliance, cour
age, and a desire for self-support.
"OW lhe educational system of "odav
has apparently destroyed the desire t
on the part of children to be con
tributing members of society. They
F seem to think that the state owes t
U thera something because it gives a
them a free education. There are f
very few boys learning to be master ti
s mechanics. The majority are trying T
to find an elevator by which they c.
can ride to the top story of Success. at
Success was never reached by an to
elevator. The mountain peak of at
Success can be reached only by tr
climbing over the rocks and by en
Flor during the hardships, dangers, and
If the manufacturin plants of
this country had to depend upon pu
or Methodist Church Notes t
I had Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor. Residenc life
rea ai3d Olivier, Phone Aig, 1. remi
giers Last Sunday we had well-attended but
:e in services at both the morning and eve- give
the ning hours. The music was good. e
though several members from both It
htor, choirs are still out. The Men's tbeen
Ian~ Choir had two anthems in the morn is tb
to Ing and Mizpah Choir at night. Mr. the
st, T. P. Bell was at the organ at both walk
that services. is HI
ners At the morning hour, the Pastor's the t
text was Matt. 7:13-14 "Enter ye in yet a
I It at the straight gate: for wide is the
,bile gate, and broad is the way, that
omo leadeth to destruction, and many La
real there be which go in thereat, be
cause straight is the gate, and nar- fe,
she low is the way, which leadeth unto romam
for life and few there be that find it" came
p. It is an old truth that was given New
the by our Savior in the sermon on the was
ice: mount. It was a call for the nar- Miss
Ed. row way, but not for the narrow HIL
ºch, headed way. There are those who Horac
thave an idea that a call to the narrow Boruy
. way is a call to be narrow minded, side a
L. but it is not true, for we are called Ls
to have a straight and narrow walk done
and the fact men are missing the a loni
directions given by our Lord is the ment
cause of much sorrow and auhap. Melbo
piness. This is worth more to young liam I
re- people than to any one and they in the
ick should heed the admonition of the Last
on Savior as he calls to this way. It left
tad means a narrow path but an enlarged vacatl
life. Jean Paul Richter has put this latter'i
observation In, "Which Path To Mrs.
Choose." An aged man was standing San A
at a window. Already he had passed days i
a sixty of the stages which lead to the She wi
er, tomb, and he had brought nothing all rr
37 from his journey but errors and re- Mr.
to morse. The days of his youth rose the Mi
In up In a vision before him, and he theiri
th. recalled the solemn moment when Mrs.
his father had placed him at the en- of her
Strance of two roads. One leading into Uvelin
a peacefutal sunny land, covered with Mrs.
a fertile harvest, and resonmading with childrel
,soft sweet songs: the other leading pleasa
of the wanderer into a deep dark cave, ley.
Swhence there was no Issue. He looked Mrs.
te toward the sky and cried out in his are at
tagony, 0 youth retara O my father. Mrs.
pace me once more at the entrance a visit
- of Ife that I may choose the better Chica
way. But his father and the days Miss
of youth had both passed away. He dee a
saw wandering lights floatingr away Talane
over the dark marshes and then dise- cceptei
appear. These were the days of bis tioa for
wasted life. He saw a star tal rm Mr. H
hearven, and vanish in darkaaes. This n the
was an emblema of himself. The clock verity,
in the hligh Chturch tower struck and Manual
the sound fillng on his ears re aled t
his parents early love for him, their for the
erring on: the lessaen they bad meting
taurht him: the prayers they hd aytte,
offered it his behalf. Wth oe onth on
depairiu e rt he cried lenldthe plac
"Ceme back my eary ays eme ary
beck And his youth did return: and 7:i4
fro a tis wua but a dream wlded b a
visited hi lumbers e a Nw Years A play
Nihat. et#l was veu Msa h Its s Wub,
werest real, a d ad . rrng~y ly 3
ta e was stll r Id am. that bh edist C
h met yet easseg Sam dr dart
m bat Mthatl
2rrr bd "tJ ' k--r
ptible of American master mechanics, the
but it factories of the land %0ould have to
the line close. The majority of the mllaster
ractical imechanics controlling the factories
a time todav have been trained in for ign
n oas schools. lhere are \very ewn appreno
Our ticc.. \e'c have permiitte the tvran.
lucating nical labor unions of the country to
y fro destroy tie school of apprentilccs.
"'o t he itdea of orga nizations or insti
veloped tutions arbitrarily saving how many
apprentices they wsill permit to be
ems to trained! Such a tyrannical suiges.
tcour ion from an organization shoutld
upport. not be Iuercttcd. Such a doctrine
today is a damnable cuirse to the nianiiufac.
desire taring plants of 4his land.
'C con- Men of brains and mione should
They sperd their time and money and
owes their energy in founding, erecting,
gives and directing technological schools
re are for the training of boys and girls in
master the great mechanical trades of life.
trying There should be a great technologi.
they cal school in every city of this land,
recess. and our boys should he encouraged
by an to learn trades, to master trades,
ak of and to become masters in their
ly by trades.
and We have too many counter hop.
pers. too many clerks, too mnany
nonentities, and too few tc!hnicallv
ts of trained mechanics coming from the
upon public schools of our country.
,t.a the road leading to the peaceful land lw
where sunny harvests wave. You a
who still linger on the threshold of l
saos life doubting which path to choose it
remember that when years are
Passed and your feet stumble on the
dark mountain you will cry bitterly,
hded but in vaain, O youth, return Oh, w
e- give me back my early days." to
S I beg you young people to walk in nt
)oth the straight and narrow way that has th
en's been marked out by our Savior. It gc
0m' Is the thorny way, and at times is o
Mr. the lonely way, but enter in and wi
th walk there. It is the safe way. It a
Is His way. Walk ye in it, and shun p1
or's the broad way that is so alluring and
in yet so deceiving. Le
the t PERSONALS. at
hw Last Wednesday July , 1922, there th
nwas a quiet wedding at the Parson-30
age, but it was one of interest and it
Sromance. Mr. Harry Tyler Fox, who co
came to New Orleans from Salem,,o
ýp New Jersey, and accepted a position ei
the was Joined in due course of time by Nil
rMi ss Elizabeth H. Dohm of 8tanton,
l nL They were accompanied by Mr. ch4
Horace B. Rickey and Miss Florence eni
SBouvier. The happy couple will re- wh
side a at 1240 Seventh treet att
led Last week we had some rpars the
l done on the Parsonage that had been an
he a long time delayed. Acknowledge be
ho ment is made to Messeres F. S. n, hel
e- Melborne Reid, and Henry and Wil
ug Ilam Hidden for favors and courtesies (
ey in the latter. Thank you.
he Last Saturday Miss Maxle Trotter
it left with Miss Oreer to spend a
d vacation from their duties, at the
his latter's home in Stanton, Ohio.
o Mrs. W. B. Warren has gone to C
ag San Antonio, Texas, to have a few
d days outing n the hills near there. N
ae She will meet friends who have made
all arrangementsa K
- -Mr. and Mrs. John Redman and
me the Misses Lennox have returned from 224
te their vacation trip to Biloxi, J.
Mrs. Wallns o Hoomt, fe the 8neat
-of her mother, Mr. J. C. aIt, 2 Jos
o IEIvelina h
B Mr. B. H. Biakeman and the 5nd
I chldren are at home agein after aMc
o Mrs. e, Woolvertoa and childreu
Smare at the Hot Wells, Boyce.
SMrs. I. M. Fay left Tuesday for 1
aa viit to her sister, who ltres near m
aMi s oberta Hakebrt a n
adone some Post graduate work at
mTuane University thia ummer and
accepted a postion in that instit-vie
tion for the next sessond
Mr. 1L Wynn Ricey taught 1reh
in the Su mmer School, Tulsao Un
versity, will teach in the Newma IM
Manual next smeso
In the contest that hua heen on
for the best a t otrasef Pre
meetng duritg the sumer Ia
atte, L, led the state fo. the
mouth o June. We are trtng to
the plaeo in July.
Seryloee next Sunday at 11 at. u
and 7:l . m.
Come and bng your guetsa
A play eutited, "'ra Jerdes Wta be th
d # Q . t e t m e e tleh m et . 'T b
i Church Notices -
I5?$T 3APTI5T CWURICK Or
Sunday School--Sunday 9:45 a. m.
I'reaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30
1;. Y. I'. U.. Juninr and Senior-Sun
day evening 6:30 at K. of 1'. Iuuall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 p. -
m.. at Pastors" home,. 230 Verret St.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAMK OF
Verret and Alix Sts.
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Perish Priest: Rev
I. Guinan. Rev. H. P. McGrath and Rev
H. Hayes. assistants.
Week Days--Masses. 8. 6 30 and 7.
Sedady--. 6:30. 7:30.9 and IL
Rev. C. C Wir. naster: residene, 2P
r Otvler St. Phone Aleers 138.
kn antndav School-9:10. . n
e tn dav-11 a: a n : p 7:. n. wm
avte o Wednesday Prayer Meetin--7:30 p. m.
aster nMT. OLIVET CHURCH.
'torie Pelican Avre. and Olvlier St.
Rev. Nihnlas Rightor. hector,
jrg i Residence. 325 Olivier St.
pren* Sundar 7:30 .. m.--,IInl, ommunion
tvran. Sund:y School. 9n30 a. m. Morning PrTryer
try to and Sermon. 1nl-45 a. m. Evening Prayer
tics. and ermon7:30p. :0 p. m.
insti. TItINITY EVANQGELICA. LUTHERAN
mlany S atURCH.
to be CIorner Olivier and izsa tsa.
vges- iRev. W. R. TTafner Rpea. 4't OlivieLr St 5
,onid Phone Ahuier o40.
S ndaIsv-4-Q' a. m.
filacr e·Strv Phennl-- :3el a. m. I
T t rtlsdav-751. p. m.
ld RITSTIT PCTW7r LI WI .
old -at Chnreh of Chr tt teMlatt. a hranel
and of the Mother tChreb I Rrostem. 1MflPe
ting, aanihville Avenue and artleM[ street. S1e
tools 45y Trvflcea at 11 a. nm.
$Is in tnda chnna at at"rd a. n. C
life. WCedonre evenrn. sh wte at 8 h. t.
logi. AtT. P SRTS Cnracn. In
and, Trche Street. Ke
ed r. P.ame . I A3ErS . Q5. . prIe*tow
des, v*ee*e nrrdav and Ynlv nr·ie -mO wnd
heir mfl ,nnav Sohnool after 9 .a mans
ais5tsme. nlday. 4 n. . iSundr 81ht
Qr"1e, 7:' n m . otnI lenr Thmhrsd . F.
top. 7 Q r.h , r nor Mae.. R .11 a. m 11l
any M esMinnr. Raturday. afternoon and
LOUISIANA AUTO TOP SNOP -
AUTO TaOP AND CURTAINS -
MADE TO ORDER
Seat Covers. Cushions. Uoholstery
And Repairing of all Klnds
J. P. DESMOND. Proprietor
815 Julia St. Phone Main 4813
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
land Miss Minerva Gallinghouse has been
Yo added to the teaching force of our
d of school, taking the class formerly
oose taught by Mrs. J. Williams (Ida Hat
the EPWORTH LEAGUE.
erl The program last Sunday evenint
Oh. was led by Miss Thelma Cayard the
topic, being Social service Worn k
k in next Sunday we will have a lesson on )
has the Immigrants. Let's have our uual
sl good attendance at ths service.- The
s I following Sunday, Mrs. L T. Dunn
and will lead and a Tittle play is being
It arranged which we are sure wll
ha t please the members.
and On Tuesday night past the Union
Lerague condcted an entertaliment 1T
at the Pink Home for the fmiates
tore there, and we are sure everyone en.
ion- Joyed the eventng. The program con
and slated of recitationr, iongs and
who comic stories. Ice Cream was served
_a at the close of the program and the
ion leaguers left after singing "Good
by Night Ladies."
on, On Friday night this week the
ro choir will gre a tthe entertainment
seeentitled "Mrs. Jarler's Wax-Works,"
rewhch we hope wif appeal to ah who Mo
attend. Durlan the tntermisaoas 10:4
rrthere wi be refreshments on sale, Ee
see and a free will offerinS will likewise 7:30 p.
be taken, the proceeds all going to The
hn, help on the payment of the organ. summe
t Nm of Mary Nl
to C re Anes, duSUhter of Norrids ickne
2J. Nold ad Nora Donner. Sponsors, the Re
n are d p. Donner ad Mrs. Ruth of the
Kenneth Charles, son of Edward T. sbe, so
ag Hardfna and Tfle Olivia Muts rrofesi
a24 81ldell arenue. Spe1sors, Chas. Rectc
J. Muts and Isaphene Cluea. church
at Robert Lawrence, don 'o Pere e' U. I
I Joseph Bouris and Leona Anette II. bullding
halter of 2017 DeArmas treet tat all
M 8ponoers, George and Marguerlte consecui
a McHugh. vate doe
-* Henry John, son of Heary . The z
Bonagon and Marie Barroels o all servi
a Diana street. Sponars, Mr. and Mrs. 97; Res
ir Rachel Battista, daaShter t Of Gul.
Sseppe de Battist and Concetta Man
cuae Sponsors, Salvatore de Battista MIS S
8and u Maie Trravi. ye to
garldp Janpd son of Philip . you are
854d ad Irma Sheldon of 222 Bele. "e
vie s Sponsors, Earle Ju. not hwl
Sand Wlle Bond. hoa
Mount Olivet Clurc
PelkMien Ave. at Ollvier St.
Rev. & L Vail, Aeting Prleet,
hones: Ofilee Jaekeen s 1215;
Rev. Niehelas Righter, Reeter.
Neat Sunda, the 2oth inst. wil
Sthe sevmth BSday after nTrilty.
Th srvlis st ML Olivet Chueh
* bo follow: Al
Th Osleati at the Blf y ac T- h
IIIt IM aN so nut a
If. A. DELCAZEL
SAVE J30%-BLY FIROM 3A1I "'A VTN Cr
Old Mattresses Cleaned and "ti TO
Felt and Box Spring Mattre.gM O. )ý
IPhone or Wi,:te fl. Our poe..esih
Ifygeia MatitrCSS FatoZ
2620-24 Frcnhmen Shtreet
" "'IF MIAURICE F.
nd R.: FITZGERALD
708 Comsmo Street
PNNE lAIN 2362
. . L NEW ONLEANS
D P. m.
":''"e FRENCH TOWN COFFEE
Ir NONE BETTER
ri st 537 TOULOUSE ST. H 3806
Fs o Tops Made New By Using
Inside and outside system. Pre
serves and stops leaks. Call for
S demonstrations and see samples.
S Appointments by request.
JEFF L. COMEUX
r.yr. Factory Office and Salesroom
a. 1109 Lafayette Phone Main 8219
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
4813 We have the best bisad be
aus we pay the highes2 pilmt
for the beet sour. No o:der tes
large or too small.
u H. Martinez,
Rat 41L7 LMIRA AVENUS
Pbe, MIuSm. OS ,
on AT YOUR SERVICE
u a ek4 by 1i yas, e.paslee tn
The the reoai -e busiaes.
nn elusisiven eearel
willg Uotag Rt tSe estn
Ion D'AQUINS DRUG STORE
at trAm . UptowA 1
lad **** Us""wa ?Ms
red CHAS. J. SICARD
Uhe . s. TIrSa
Hardware Paint sad Olls
ad amlue aan ashmeine
hNEW ORLELNx, LA.
" Morning Prayer and Sermon at
10:45 a. m.
e, Evening Prayer and Sermon at
s 7:30 p. m.
to The Rector plans, Just after the
summer months, to organise a Men's
Club, or a Good Pellowship Society,
which will be quite helpful to the
men of the congregation. There will
also be a Boys' Club formed at the
same time. In the meantime, for
the remainder of the summer, the
members should allow nothing but
a sickness fn bed to keep them from
..the regular services and scoraments
n of the church. Let's try and keep
the attendance Just as large as poe
Sible, so we can be ready for the ag-
gressive work in the falL
S Rector's office hours at the
church eech day will be from 11:00
a m. a to 12:00 noon. The church
Sbullding will be open every day so of
Sthat all will have access to God's
consecrated budindl for their pri
rate devotions durfin the week-days.
The public is cordially fnvited to
all serviees. Rector's phone, Agiers
97; Residence, 235 Olivier street. I
Bringing kim to the Point pric
Mis de Muir-Papa has forbidde good
you to come to the house. He says hap
you are a dangeroeus man. mat
"Danlgerous. What can he mean? 5cO
"He aays you mare the idnd o ma ut
who will hang around a girl all her u
life and never marry her." the I
Tbha be propoed..--otana. o
;. L No,
A MAN OP LOW TONES
Ariw Ir u
E F. GaIIaglte'
rF. L. CAZA
i for CONTRACTOR Alg
No. 1202 Sumee, t,
FOR PROMPt An
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