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Sutlrn IJewelry Co. w . L GOUARDIA. Mar. Ise 5 sebaSagoe Ps AT YOUR SERVICE sBaeas 7 ys yeaw suxpersumes I the rea rstOug buaslmss. Prsorytpoas givos earoful sttsatiom. "r.e ta B at the Boet" D'AQUINS DRUG STORE I1ni AJ.U . Phome Aisgses e1s4 NtA. MAT1IiF.S Re D..LL D. rwa~s*.w Why do men neglect church at- tr tendance? If you mean all men do, o not attend church you are in error. fi It is true that far too many stay g, away from divine worship. The Ic following reasons can be assigned st why certain classes neglect this c, important duty: g FIRST: A seared Sabbath con science sends men to the golf links a on the holy Sabbath. li SECOND: The gasoline mania cl causes thousands to take the fami- o ly, the dog, and the lunch basket si into the automobile early Sabbath li - morning when they begin to break ti the Ten Commandments, the speed r 1 laws, the rules of domestic tranquil- tl lity and Sabbath observance. ti THIRD: Screenites sends thou- f r sands into the motion picture ( J houses, where they make a pagan h attack upon God's Holy Day. n FOURTH: Laziness keeps thou- f sands at home wrapped in the bed c clothes of indolence and filth-too indolent, sloven and filthy to dress It and attend divine worship. a FIFTH: False conception of I worship, or because the sermon is t poor, or the minister worse than r - dead, they drift into the habit of a neglecting church attendance. 1 SIXTH: A large number of r < those who stay away do so because t they are plain pagans; their educa- i tion is defective, their breeding is l below the standard. They are just c plain heathen. No well-bred. well- 1 LOCAL Methodist Church Notes , Rev. C .C. Wier, rastor. Residence 9s. Olivier, Pbome Alg. 188. Last Sunday there were still many absentees, but our congregations were good at both services. The Men's Choir had good music in the morning and Mizpah Choir at night. The congregation had the privilege of hearing a strong sermon from the Rev. J. G. Snelling, who preached E on prayer at the morning hour; at s night the Rev. E. N. Evans repre sented the rescue work that is being done at the Memorial Home on Wash Ington street. He preached a strong sermon and made people see more vividly their duty in this matter. PERSONALS Mrs. Melancon has returned from Baton Rouge and has as her guest her niece, Miss Louden, who returned with her. Mrs. Florence Chapman has re turned from a long visit to her old home in Illinois, and has as her guest her son Mr. Edwin Chapman, a stu dent of the Rice Institute, Houston, Texas. Mrs. A. D. Lewis and her two daughters, Agnes and Julia, have been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. King for the past few days and will leave tomorrow for the eastern coast on the Atlantic to spend a few weeks. Mrs. J. A. Garland and her grand daughter, Charlotte have gone to Chicago to pay a visit to her daugh ter, Mrs. Sadie Garland 8kelly. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Williams, after a short visit in Natches and other points in Mississippi, paid a short visit to her old home folks, Mr. and Mrs. McEkron. They left Monday for Memphis, where they will make their future home. Mrs. J. B. Miller paid a visit to Mrs. Brubacher of Roasseau, Lsafourche Parish, last week. The Eantwisle family have gone to Milneburg for a two weeks trip. Misses Roberta Naomi, and Elea nor Hatfkesbring and Joel Lilly left last Saturday for Biloxi to spend a few weeks. Mr. Edward Martin, after a -siege with the grippe of several weeks is back at work with the Pallman Co. The exhibition of Mrs. Jarley's Wax Works by Mlspah Choir last Priday night was well rendered and was en joyed by the congregation. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The board of Stewards will meet Friday night at the Parsonage. The Catechism class will meet Pr day at 3:30. Next Sunday is our Communlon day. Services at 11 a. m., and 7:41 p. m. EPWORTH LEAUGK On Monday night the csblnet men hers held their monthly meeting at Spenih tort after having a delight ful time in the nwatar Tueeday night the monthly meet lug t the chapter was bei and m eral matters et Importmace were di emaed. It is reamsted that all mm I ml esf n aThainib gs(s m am trained, modern, up-to-date, and otherwise normal man stays away as from church services. The bum P' gambler, fraud, embezzler, outcast, loafer, and the scum of the earth stay way from church. Behold the! crowd with which the non-church' st goer can be classed. ar SEV\ENTT: There are thous ,n ands of business, professional, po- Tal litical. and official men who neglect church because they are conscious of the fact that they are grossly sinful, selfish, conceited, and dere lict in the performance of their du- -T ties. They dread to face the gospel mirror wherein 'they can behold i their own faces over which is writ- ~. ten guilt They know that if they I e face the gospel as expounded from, God's infallible \Word they will' have to surrender their selfish, nean, conceited business and pro- ma fessional attitude toward the aR I 'church and the gospel. 7Ps The conceited professional man eco I tries to build for himself a code .1t and produces a state of self-satis E fled, self-righteous, and self-cen- ov tered contentment, which he does T1 not want disturbed by the cour- tri I ageous presentation of the full ab gospel of Jesus Christ. Men are foc neglecting to attend church because to they are afraid to face the judg-I de ment gospel. Men are staying at be home or they are going on the fields m4 t of pleasure or they are attending to pa - business or they are innate and ch CHURCH S bership enrolled 100 per cent in the Loyalty Legion for 1922-23. After the meeting the members went to the basement of the church where several games were played and re- Cc freshments served. y There will be a meeting on Friday 4d night of all the members who are to v take part in the play to be given by g the leaguers on August 24. me e The league service next Sunday va evening will be held in the Sunday at a School rooms instead of in the League d room. Because of the length and Li style of the program for this week, he we ask you all to come early so we icl will not be delayed. m On Monday the 7th the leaguers pi will give a swimming party at the ot Fort, each league member is giver. the privilege of inviting one, so lets d, all get together and have a good time. A m Further announcement will be made a st next Sunday. in d Tuesday the 8th will be the monthly G meeting of the Union to be held at e- Parker Memorial. Who will get this cl id banner. cl at - J1 Mount Olivet Church w Fo Rev. Nicholas Righter, Rector u' ro Residence, 235 Olivier; Phone, Alt S . glers 97. Next Sunday, the 6th inst. will be the Feast Of The Transfiguration. d- The services at Mt. Olivet Episcopal to Church, corner Olivier street, and b ;h. Pelican avenue, will be held by the n Rector as follows: 3 er Celebration of the Holy Eucharlst Ii er at 7:30 a. m. There will also be a ti )rt Corporate Communion of the Branch ii nd of the Woman's Auxiliary at this d or time when an offering will be made ti sir to defray the expenses of the Dele gate to the Convention at Portland, a Oregon. Amounts can be placed on i1 to Alms Basin or handed to Mrs. A. J. d Amuedo. The Blue Boxes for the a United Thank Offering are also due. J t The amounts for this purpose should m be handed to Mrs. A. Babin, 420 Allx 2 street, before August 13. Church School at 9:20 a. m., every Sunday. During the month of August th'i S10:45 a. m., services will be discon. tinued, but this service will be re sumed in September. Evening Prayer service and Sermon lay every Sunday night at 7:20 o'clock. e The public Is cordially Invited to all services at MLt. Olivet Church. Rector's office hours in rear of the set Church every day from 11:00 a. i., to 12:00 noon. MT. OLIVET GUILD. Last Thursday evening the Ladies Guild of ML Olivet Episcopal Church gave a reception at the home of Mrs. m A. J. Amedo in homer at Rev. and at Mrs. Nicholas Rghter, the new wo At ter of the chrch. The evening was moet ejoyably s t by alL st- The Guild is pleased to weleme Sback Mrs. .L I. Ht ot and Mrs. C. lb Jeobaoi, as members and hope that em the wii make thedr me hm Church Notices rzus AnYZasT aMUCK or Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m. I'reaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.30 m. Y. P. TiU., Junior and Senior-Sun day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Hall. nlrayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 P. n.., at Pastors' home, 230 Verret St. CBIL'CH oF THK HoLY NAMuh Yo MARY. Verret and Alis 8tS. Rev. M. A. Cotter, riash Priest; Rev. J. Guinan,. Rev. . P. McGirath and Rev HI. Hayes, assistanta. Phone. Algiers 678. SERtVIClC. Week Layus- Msss, 6. 6:30 and 1. Wednesday -8:30. I aday-- 6:30. 7:30. 9 and 1L Itaptisme--3-4. IRETHODItT (CHURCH. Opelousas Ave. Rev. C. C. Wier. iastAr: readeneC. 2m Nttrter bt. Phone Algiers 138. d 8HRVICEd. y anesaly scheol-9:3t. tl.r,,ay--11 n M. 24111 7.". r. m Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 P. I. t, MT. OI.IVET CHURCH. ih Pellen Ave. and Olivier tot. env. Nicholas Rightor. Ry .tor. Re R,sidenee. 325: Olivier St Sunday 7:30 s. m.--Hol' Communion. Sunday School. 9:.30 a. m. Morning Pr:ayPr a*d1 Srnmon,. 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer 5 sld sermnlo. 7:30 p. m. T)- INITY KEVANGE.ICAI. LUTBKRAN CCHBURtH. Cot rner Ollvier and Eliza Sts. IS Rev. W. H. Hafner. R.. 4:"A Olivi.r St y Phone Alirs 2.0. SERVICES. ' Snntay-- S3'. a. in. q- flndev gchonl--9:30 a. in. el Thorsday-7: P. i'. eli cusasTr aw seaso idi - Ch'trea or christ seleatte brnel " f the Vother Chrchi tn Besot. l~lte t- Nashville Awvuuse and Oarfleld street. 880 day service at 11 a. m. munday School at 9:30 a. mIn. m aWed day evening servie at p. u. ill ALL SAINTS CHURCI. Teebe Street. , Rev. James . Albert. e88. J.. Pastor O- Mases gSunday and Holy Days. 6:00 and S9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 ma Rltaptima*. Sunday. 4 p. i. Sunday night Service. 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour LThurhoday,I 7- p. min. Week Day Mass. 5:30 ana. 1 Confession,. Saturday, afternoon and de night. n- overt and continued meanness. es They are trying to avoid the doc- _ Ir- trine of responsibility, account all ability, and judgment. They are, re! foolish. Every sensible man ought se to prepare to meet His God. Every g-1 desirable, worthy citizen ought to at be found in his pew every Sunday ds morning worshipping God and to paying his honest obligations to the nd church of Jesus Christ. i NEWS he Trinity Evangelical teI Lutheran Church to e. Corner Olivier and b a Streets, W. .L K1*fer, Pastor. Lay 488 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 40. to - by Friday night next week the voting members meet at the parsonage. All Lay voting members should endeavor to ly attend these meetings. oe Next Wednesday night the Trinity Lad Lutheran Society will meet at the ek, home of Mr. Charles Hantel, 327 Pel w iecan avenue. This is a very important meeting and all members should be ers present. Reserve this evening for the our meeting. re. Sunday afternoon the pastor con ets ducted a service at the Bonner Home. Be. A goodly number of our people took ade a trip to the Bonner Home to assist in the service and also to visit Mr. 1y G. Hoffatetter. at The Juniors are planning an ez Scursion trip to Spanish Fort Park this coming Sunday. The members of the Junior Society are all urged to take part in this outing. It was agreed to take the 11 o'clock Canal Street Ferry. Bring your lunch and join us. But don't fall to attend Sunday A. School first. RECEPTION HELD FOR MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS RIGHTOR. ion. pal The Rev. Nicholas Rightor, and and Mrs. Rightor, were highly compli the mented by the members of Mt. Olivet Episcopal Cchurch last Trursday night. rlist In honor of their coming to take up a the work at Mt. Olivet Church, and nchIn order that they could have the this dIportunity of meeting the members ado to get better acquainted, a reception wele was arranged at the residence of Mr. and, and Mrs. A. J. Amuedo, at 403 Pel I on ican avenue. The affair was a most L. j. delightful one, and attended by quite the a number of the congregation. Mrs. due. Amuedo was ably assisted by the Onld members of her family, and other Ali members of Mt. Olivet. The new Rector, the Rev. Mr very Rightor, took occasion to thank those in charge of the reception, for their tha thoughtafulness, and the pleasant con evening which they had made pos re sible and asked that all members of his new congregation take on a ma deep and lively interest in the ck. Church's work, assuring them that I to he felt that a great future wasu in arch. store for the Episcopal Church tn the this section of New Orleans. NURSES RECEIVE MATERNITY HOME SERVICE AWARDS dles Thirty-eight nurses of New Orleans, arch Algiers, and Gretna, received awards Mrs. for service at the close of a year's dr work in the Maternity Home, Hope ra. Baptist Church in Gretna, with Rev. was E. L. Howard, pastor, presidiag. Taking part in the exercises were: mo Mrs. Sarab O. Brown, supervisor;' SC. Mrs. I. J. Wanll, Mrs. A. . Turner, that presist of the Maternity Hems: A. hme U. Steart, J. Sparks sad T. J. John win, m-n aet mmeand .md. H. A. DELCAZEL A W. MATTRESSES SAVE 50%-BUY FROM MANUFACTURER TO CONSnh Old Mattrease Cleaned and Made Like New Felt and Box Spring Mattresses Our Special Phone or Write for Our l'rices. Hygeia Mattress Factory 2620.24 Frenchmen Street Phone Hemalop MAURICE F. FITZGERALD !- OPTICIAN 708 CoilE Street 8 PugM MAIN 2362 MlEW HLEAIS DRINK FRENCH TOWN COFFEE NONE BETTER 537 TOULOUSE ST. H 3806 AUTO Tops Made New By Using COMO DRESSING inside and outside system. Pre serves and stops leaks. Call for t de'monstrations and see samples. Appointments by request. i JEFF L. COMEUX Factory Office and Salesroom 1109 Lafayette Phone Main 8219 i. NEW ORLEANS, LA. F . BREAD y We have the best bb %4 be e cause we pay the hilhe"t priem ter the best flour. No o-der tee large or too small. H. Martinez, 417 ELMIRA AVERKUE Phe Algiers 018 Phese Uptowa eSe ig CHAS. J. SICARD 11 V. S. TIRES to Hardware Palat and Oils Plumblag Repairh Magasule ad' Nashville y NEW ORLEANS, LA. le at LOUISIANA AUTO TOP SHOP or AUTO TOPS AND CURTAINS MADE TO ORDER Seat Covers, Cushions, Upholstery e- And Repairing of all Kinds .' J. P. DESMOND, Proprietor ) 815 Julia St. Phone Main 4813 5t NEW ORLEANS, LA. Ir. FOR PLUMBING - h BABST he ed SER VICE et MAIN 1200 in ay Church of the Holy Name of Mary ,R. BAPTISMS. d Nathanlel Joseph, son of Nathaniel J. Chestnut and Irene Marquis. ret Sponsors, F. Cafiero and Mrs. Brown ht Dorsey. SEvelina, daughter of NElle J. Lan he dry and Emaline Dubols of 13827 8a crates street. Sponsors, Lionel Lan on dry and Margaret Cantralle. Yr. Stanley Leon, seaon of Emereic Chate el. lain and Annie Lambert of 1619 Behr man street. Sponsors, Mrs. Irene ite Chatelaine and Edwin Bennett. rs. Murphy Joseph, son of Celestin the Daigle and Agnes Boyer of 717 At herlantic avenue. Sponsors, Bernice and Robert Boyer. Mr. oe CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY. leir aThe Southern Pacific Benevolent ers Association celebrated their anniver-l a sary on Saturday night at the Avenue the Academy. It was a stag atffair, and hat a general good time was had by all in of their members. Some of the mem hbers called it a "he" dance, and each of the selections from the orchestra was patronizled by the men who liked that kind of sport. The features of the eventing were Pattie Walters, CharlesNichols and Phil. Alenander. D who did a cakewalk, and as the con test was so close, each was presented ns, with a cake of ice-cream. irds MATRANGA MEETS SBENNY HARVEY. r Benny Harvey, latest lightweight o "find" of the Poydras Market, has r, been matched with Joe Matranga, Al A glers boy, in a sehedul ten-roud b. bout for next Monday nlght at the Tuias. AMa... Gallagher's Storage , Transfer Co. I etýý WORLD ;ffice, 1154 Maguad g Pap Orlesms. L Phone Algiers Mt Repairs A Specialt F. L. CAZAU r CONTRACTOR AND UILUII No. 1202 Sumner, St. AI a4%h FOR PROMPT AND EFFICl ELECTRIC SERVICE uon r711 Gretna Light & Pew C. ALGIERS 332 CRETNA. L FORD'S DOG TABIEIS Sueeesmtl for 18 Tm. Hest Remrdl foe Waenm Indigestle tfe Dsp DRS. FORD 8 JONIa N IManuaeterms ad pa+htme lSIS Curedebt Stte/ "Phen Main 1M 1K Like a Rainceat On a Cloudy Day O you really thnk that ?la lers AccideD t lamUra iU while?" one et mar poleilallM was asked. "Dillt yesa I U you'd earried that pae Iir M Y'ears and never had uas aedliatP "Fifteen yar6s". v ch "nid Ire snever made a 'i what's more. I Iatusd to ll fifteen more, and I o I alpe hare to make a di. W0 Wb re:tlly beginant to brie asiN policy haL kept ma bus u accident. WiP II Mlbs a cioudf da. Caey3l NS as. Go wcttlet a We east tgueart sW 0 tion from Injury. bet w 5 ms you that yeou wont lss I 5 hurt. 813 PAUL MAlOIE ase Delarwdse Ia. twlmI SASSINOT PAINTS ROOFING GENERAL MEIAu 141218 Orense SL Old 14111 a Na t Opposite TnI0M i HIM.ocK , H. N. 0. C.M Im Friday, August 4-" lies," Marie Prevst. 1 nl in Africa," Georlge WA ' la fit Pair," C"eody. " S Sunday, August &' Walingford," Special # Simple Life," Larry 3 SInternational News. n Tuesday, August -"A Scandal," Marie PreLvs Harold Goodwrya. at Off," Lee Mora Cum5 Iehr rene FAREWELL P .A.,1 Miss Florence n Lcblb sti a few friends at a•re mice The house was_ - resent a pirate shr Dw indulged in and ui ,tf V. served. Those pflt MI • and Carlotta Knt, IM lent Bessle Pyle, Mau Murtagh, B. . ritals., anOe Gillis, Carl Nymal, Y1 em. DAY AT 0PANII s each A jolly crowd , t..p t stra Spanish Fort last who a most enjoyable ti tares were Misses JeaoS ters, Holt. Alida FalcO, I ader. Edith Daigle, Meli ca Sam Crawford. ; ated Charles Chelhady. , Lionel PennlsoS, l and Kelly Molad"' 4 Aucoin, Mr. ad !t' children. Mr. aad V EY. baby Jana. leight STANTON LEVI " Orleans Ie** V- a Al. for bids for 115W,* ou the rllght bi e t th Stanton Leavee. eaiydi be'