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Mrs. Horace Nelson are
awhile here the guests of
"riler Clarke of Nashville,
urme d home after spending
M Mrs. & J. Lobrano and F.
sad children of Pointe
were visitors here last
SMarth McNeeley spent the
ay a Abita Springs with her
p. A. McCloskey spent the
Sat Pass Christian, the guest
aId Mrs. P. Heintz.
s many friends of little Alicia
will regret to learn that she
#I,Ited to undergo an opera
the removal of tonsils and
,. eotard has returned from
s her daughter in Thibodan-.
lay Walter is home after a
rIstives in Morgan City.
SBMlA, Mrs. Cow, Mr. Mule,
Os, Mr. Hog, Mrs. Pig
aoster, Mrs. Hen, Miss
Mr. Goat, Mrs. Sheep, we
the whole family the finest
i beds at the lowest market
Mim Feed Store
t PATTERSON ST.
has Algiers 161
. & G.
& Gros Co.
dm AND 9g2 CANAL
The Year Round Drink
Delicious and Pure
Dglaated by . A. Zatarain, 1889
Mlasfaetured and Bottled By
. A ZATARAIN & SONS .- ,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.i
B s'BUT WHEN?
Everybody la Algiers knows where
to go for cool refreshing Ice Creems
and Sodas. It's Richards of course.
So If It's a question of how often,
then take the advice of all health
autheritles. They say:
"East Ice cream every day." During
the hot summer months it Is much
to be preferred to heavier food-
and Ice Cream Is a Food.
Order by the pint, quart, or freesen
EATEI lIlIES Ph. G.
THE HOME DRUGIST
SVerret and Aix St. Phne Alger
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY
ls Manufactured from Pure Distiebd Water
-CA 'ERO ICE WORKS, Inc.
Hoer St. P.as Agius 466
Is Mn's'and BH'y Sheep, ea lomw the
spýutioa-yu will be fd lt ie-midby 6r
almde ma in the dity.
i** NOYAL yr, Nnm Cd
~~~v· Us . s Sb
V -- 1V
Mrs. Ed. Neussly and daughter
SEdwina, spent the week end in Al
Sgiers, with relatives.
There will be a benefit euchre, lotto
and five hundred given on Monday
afternoon October 2, at the home of
Mrs. Chris L. Stumpf. The games
will start promptly at 2 o'clock. There
will be lots of pretty prizes and re
ft freshments will be served gratis.
Mr. Lester Delaup of McComb, is
e spending awhile here the guest of
Mrs. R. J. Talbot.
The Friday Night Euche Club met
ie at the home of Mrs. J. Owens. The
it successful players were Mrs. Fallow,
Mrs. J. Owens, Mrs. J. A. Richards.
la The consolation was won by Mrs. P.
1 Cognevich. Miss Clairia Richards en
. tertains next.
Ld Mrs. R. D. Meyers and little son
have returned to their home in Tulsa,
M Okla., after visiting Mrs. Hafkesbring
a Mrs. Dowty and children are guests
of Mrs. E. Allbrizze.
Mrs. Fred Johnson and master Fred
are at home after an extensive trip
North, having visited relatives in N.
Y. They motored to Rochester, Del&
ware Gap, Niagara Falls, Buffalo,
Canada and various other places
where they visited many relatives
and friends to whom Mrs. Johnson is
LIBERTY PLATING WORKS
dectro Platers sad Polishers
Silverware. Automobile trimming.
Musical Instruments Replated. Brass
I Solomon, Prop.
Old Gold and Silver Bought.
- 914 UNION III2M3T, me laroane
Phone Main 3192 New Orlesas, la.
Captain Paul A.
Edltor of Feld
says: "The first
eu nhI ever
boust was an
Ithaca. It Is
Just as strona
as hard as It
did when I
was a bOy."
Deuble suns for
S I ie . I..
ITHACA l N. Y.
mr To-morrow night a lawn party willF
ºI. be given at 908 Belleville Street, for
the benefit of Trinity Lutheran
to Church. The proceeds will be devoted C
to the Baptismal Font Fund.
of Mrs. A. Sierra and children and
es cousin spent awhile at Biloxi.
DWARF TREE NATURAL FREAK
of Frequently Attains Diameter of Six
Feet, but Is Never More Than a 1
et Foot in Height.
w, Welwitschia Mirabillis nature'S
is queerest tree, lives to be 100 years old,
p and often attains a diameter of six t
feet, but it is never more than a foot
When the seedling of the tree first d
on pokes Its head above the dry and L
dusty soil of the most rainless ti
ag region in which it grows, it puts forth ti
two seed lghves or cotyledons, not
its unlike those of a bean. As the plant d
develops, two green leaves spring r
ed from the edges of the cotyledons. t
rip These two leaves are the only ones
N. borne by the plant throughout its i1
ale- century of existence. Fiat and leath- tl
Jo, ery, six feet long and two or three P
!es feet wide when fully developed, they
res hang from either side of the stubby
is trunk in gracefully curving green
streamers. In later years they split t]
- along straight lines into a number of t:
narrow strips. When old enough to P
bear fruit, double-branched flower a
stalks, nearly a foot high, spring from eI
the edges of the seed leaves. bearing
small erect cones colored a brilliant t
scarlet. Between the scales of the
cones are very small flowers which
a. n due time bear seeds.
It is easy to see that t.ilna isn't ,
civilized; the man who lost the day a
over there was a bandit chief. r
"When is a novel a naughty one "
asks a news item. Generally when you ,
can't get the reader away from It. t
A pastor says the broadcasting of
sermons by radio is proving popular.
It can be fastened to one's bed.
AND HOW DEFECTS THAT MAR
IT CAN B EbASILY CORRECTED
IN THE PRIVACY OP YOUR
CALL AND SE US AT
220 MACHECA BLDG.
HOURS-10:0 to 4:20
MECHANICAL APPLIANCE CO.
WHY PAY RENT
Whon you can own your own home.
We will lead you the money to buy or buld your haome at IS
Drop in any time and talk it over.
0m1 ROYAL STREET
ASK PEDESTRIANS r
TO KEEP TO LEFT
Strollers on Country Roads Urged v
to Face Oncoming Traffic
in Rambles. he
ill PERILS OF NIGHT ARE BARED O
ad Dark Clothing Often Shuts Man on
Street From Gaze of Driver in Au
id tomobile-International Road ,
Congress to Meet. lg
New York.-Pedestrians Along coun- a
lK try roads and those who walk in the I
streets at night In preference to using kn4
x the sidewalks can contribute material- sh
ly toward the reduction of automobile pr(
accidents by walking on the left side the
of the road, facing oncoming traffic,
,s according to D. H. Lewis, acting ex- wl
Id. ecutive chairman of the American Au- be4
ii tomobile association. am
ot "Courtesy on the part of the auto- of
mobile driver demands the use of I
at dimmed lights at night," said Mr. 'L
nd Lewis, "and this factor, while it con- his
s tributes to the safety of passing mo- be'
th torists, makes it exceedingly dlfficult Th
ot for the automobile driver to see a pe- yo0
at destrian walking along the edge of the
road in the same direction the car is it'u
A. traveling. This difficulty is increased am
as if the pedestrian happens to be wear- yot
ts Ing dark clothing. The result Is that
th- the driver is practically on top of the pr
pedestrian before the latter becomes fa(
ey visible. ste
by Warning to Pedestrians. 1m
en "Walking on the left hand side of I
lit the road is Just as good for the pedes- po
at trian and enables him to see the ap- th
to proaching automobile In time to step lur
er aside it the motorist does not see him str
)m in time to swerve.
ng "The pedestrian should remember the
ant that the rules of the road require the we
he autoist to keep to the right and should air
ch contribute to the factor of safety by ael
keeping to that side of the road which an
best enables him to escape the oncom- te
Ing car and especially the occasional t
n't speed fiend or 'flivverbooh,' who cares he
AY nothing for consequences and speeds te
regardless of the rights of others, for me
it has been truly said that whether tdu
you were in the right or not does not
rou matter after you are In the hands of 1a
the undertaker." to
Roads Congress to Meet tb
of A certain Indication that after eight wt
r. years of war and upheaval the world 2n
is beginning to return to a normal to
state is contained in the announcement
that the International Road congress, aM
which ceased operations In 1914 be
cause of the European conflict, Is to m
resume its deliberations early next a
May at Seville, Spain. The program ,e
for what promises to be the greatest &o
and most important conference on d
highway Improvement ever held has
juast been received from the office of
the general secretary In Paris.
Thousands of delegates, represent.
tag national and state governments
and good roads associations in the
United States, Belgium, Canada. Anu
tralia, New Zealand, Chblna, Japan,
Prance, Great Britain, Italy, Holland, 1u
Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Argen
tina, Czsechoslovakia, Spain, Portugal,
Norway, Germany, Jugo-Slavia, Po
land, Austria, Cuba, Chile, Brazil and
many other countries, will participate a
In the congress and exchange views
and experiences for mutual benefit.
English, French and Spanish have
been adopted as the official langages
The Best Cosmetli.
Many years ago an old New England '
lady wrote oat the tollowlnl Ulst of
toilet articles and advised all wome M
to acquire and use them: e
First-Self-knowledge, a mirror a
showing the form In the most perfect ib
Second--lnanocence, a white palnt, I
bestltal but asily asoiled and requirc -
lag continual care to preserve its l i
Third-Modesty, a rouge giving a de
Ighttfl bloom to the cheeks.
Fourth-Contentment, an infalllble
smoother of wrinkles.
Fifth--Truth, a salve rendering the t
Utps soft and delicious. I
8sxth-Getlenaes, a cordial impart
lag sweetness to the voice.
Seventh-Good humor, a nversal rM
beautifler.--Bosto Trancrpt iI
I That Word "Whslky."
The word whisky is now only et
historic interest, as It is obsolete In
the English language as spoken in
It is of historic interest, however,
to recall that the word is a corruption
of the name given to the commodity
by the race that invented it-the
Gaelic. The word in its original
Gaelle form is "ulagebeath," which
meea water of life.
There is a species ot eactus grow
ing in southern TnsS, which is called U
wilaky.root Chewed, and Its juice a
wallowed, wbhisky-root produced ef
0, fects similar to these produced by
the whisky withouat the root. This
ipecies eo actus is now also, obsolete
,tihugh it still grows.Milwaukee
By MORRIS SCHULTZ
(0. 1932. by Western Newspaper Union.)
Malsle was surprised that the
young fellow in the hall room next to
her own failed to reply to her cheerful
"Good-evening." Maisle was feeling
fine toward all the world, for only the
ay before she had secured a position
in a large department store.
"Mr. Rodwell didn't seem in good
spirits," she said to Mrs. Palmer that
"Well, I guess he ain't." she an
swered. "There's a month's rent ow
ing me now, and it's high time he got
Out and hustled for a living. I can't
afford to keep no idlers here."
Maisie looked mournful. "Oh, I
know he's trying as hard as he can,"
she answered. "He's got a sort of
promise of a position at the end of
"Mebbe," answered Mrs. Palmer,
with grim determination, "but there's
been a party inquiring about his room,
and I guess he'll have to go at the end
of the week."
Malsle opened her slim purse.
'Look, Mrs. Palmer. Suppose I pay -
his rent for the past month. rm sure
he'll get that position and repay you.
Then you can give it back to me. And
you won't say anything, will your'"
Mrs. Palmer smiled cynically. "W\Vell,
I It's your affair, Miss Allbright," she
I answered. "But I guess you won't see
your money again."
I She told Rodwell, In spite of her
promise, for he looked very shame
I faced when he met Maisle on the door
step next evening. "I don't know how
pm to thank you," he began.
Malsie laughed and she told him her
position paid enough money to make
the loan insignificant. She gave up
lunch for two weeks and then got
I straight again.
Rodwell did secure his position., and
r they became good friends. They often
e went for walks together in tie eve
I sing. Both were from the juntry,
l neither had been a year in the city,
Sand the sights were still novel to nod
them. But they were just friends.
I Only friends, but deep In Malsle's SW1
s heart uneasiness was growing. She
s felt that he was beginning to care too
r much. And-well, it was not suitable,
r that was all.
t Long silences succeeded those first
f Says of warm friendship. They began
to drift apart Their walks grew fewer.
Then came nearly a week during
t which Rodwell did not see Malsle. She
I curried home Ina th evenings and kept
1 to her room.
t "Is Miss Albright ll?" he asked
M lrs. Palmer, one afternoon.
SMrs. Palmer smiled her cynical
Ssmile. "Well, I guess not," she an
swered, "but she lost her job last
h eek, and she's asked to hold me up
for the next week's rent. Of course
I'd like to oblige her, but there's a
Sarty been inquiring for her room, and
I i got my husband to support."
"Won't you let ae pay her rent for
t month ahead?" asked Rodwell. "'m
sure she'll get another position. And
Sprewomse not to say a word to her
"Well, I guess you know your own
rosiness best, Mr. Redwel," replied
She landlady, with her cynical mile.
That evening there came a gentle
d ap at Mr. Rodwell's door. Mailse Al
wight was standing outside. She
o ked flushed, indignant
"Mr. Rodwell, Mrs. Palmer was tell
yg me what you-ye did for me," she
Ssaid. "I appredate your kindness, but
aust- just because I helped you sla't
•eason why-oh, I ean't take it."
"But, Malsal," protested Rodwell.
a **hy noty.
S"You know wbhat it means when two -
a eople like us, Itig next door, get
aelping each other. They--they have
Sa tohll in lova Ao I won't I won't i"
t ahe said.
Rodwell heaved a vast sigh of relief.
t, 'Is that all he asked. "Why, I do't
- ateod to marry for years and yearsn
a that why yeao've been sort of cold
. Miss Allbright smiled through her
- "Can we honestly be friends, then,
mad nut-ant have to-to care for each -
Sathebr just beeame we've met like
ike bthis" she asked.
t. "It's just what 1"e bee wanatng."
amswered BRodweL "Then you'll come
1 ant with me aganm in the evenlngs,
Ike you used to?"
'0f course I will. I was arald you
"I wasu araild e makta you care".
S"You died o aMlttlo,'
I "Darling IL've loemd you alln alongr"
Snuff Making Opilatd Proeoss.
SSnUff maklng i the most dimcult
uad compllcsted process nto the whole
aco bouses. The best tobacco
.r the purpose i a dark and feshy
eat, but probhably the prindpal la
prdlents aewadays are scraps, waste
Smad msidrlbs. The mass is moistened
with a salty solutid n ad left in great
seapo to ferment. Then it is flavored
with licorice, toeka beans or what
b set, dried and geund and then fer.
maited agan, peDrhap a couple od
Whyn do't yo settle some of theme
"I have rsettled almest every one of
bem in my various speeches." an
,wered Senator Sorghum. "So have a
mber of my Stellow statesmen. Tihe
ouble is thmat a whole lot of people
ion't know they have been settled and
seep en aski them overa ad over
WetIons cent bing dwn b l
with a foulnlg pess.
Rursia has proved that paper menu
il the root et all evil.
These Mouot Bvoret cimbers ought
to try some Lvver 1ands. ,
Mutgto ktlon is great. It fatteasa
them s they are easy to bht.
e stnt aviator displays an matter
High Class Attractions
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2 P. M.
Nights at 8:15 P. M.
Telephones: Main 333 and 334
SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES AND PRICES
MATINEE DAILY AT 2:15-Prices: 20, 25 and 50 Cents; Saturdays
and Sundays: 20, 50 and 75 Cents.
NIGHTS AT 8:15-Prices: 25 and 50 Cents and $1.00; Saturday and
Sunday: 25, 50 and 75 Cents and $1.25.
INAUGURATING SEASON 1922-1923
PRICES-Matinee 15-20-25. Nights 15-2540
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays: 20-40-55-Including U. S. Tax
Foto's Folly Theatre
WiNDAT, 00TOY3 1st-Richard Barthelniss in "The Seventh Day." Mack lea"
nett Comedy, "The Duck Hunters." Fox News.
OWrDAT, [email protected] !S-Herbert ltawlinson in "Don't Sport" Robinson Cru
soe." International News.
T)SaDAT, OCTOYG W5-Betty Compson in "Over the Border." Movie Chats.
Harold Lloyd Comedy.
WNUnWuDAT, OCTOS 4th-Hobart Bosworth in "1000 to 1". Art Accord.
"The Days of Buffalo Bill." Cartoon.
TJVUDAT, [email protected] 5th-Louise Glaum in "Greater Than Love." Pathe
Comedy. Fox News.
lSEDAT, OO1OUai fth sat SATWSAT, OCTOmU Yth--All-Star Cast in "I
Am the Law." Buster Keaton, in "'The Cops." Pathe Review.
Deers Op.e Suadays n :W p. Na., Pliessree Bedgl s:N . m.
Deers Opea Week Days, 6:20 p. ., Piets 1e9ree 0 aegis i p.
Patreas eelag as late a 8:i4 p. will w e o atire ln e
CHAS. D. STONER. J.C. LEDDIC4
STONER'S GARAGE & FILLING STATION
AT IVUIPAN ANID ZMA1 AVUlNVS
wheae ass 56.
ISer vtiee ma
IUzAOe LUOIea9N SrOUAEoN Ea0 TUzAC I.UwUs*gMUI
NOTICE-We are erecting standard size, electric lighted, concrete
floor, private garages at this address to be ready for occupancy by Nov.
1st. Your application with a small deposit will secure one of these gar
ages for your use.
SCHLUTER'S JEWELRY STORE
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
4318 Magazine St. Near Napoleon Ave.
We have a number of automobiles seized by a certain bak In th
city which we are offering at remarkably low prices. 8atlisfactor trm
can be arranged. Pilot, Hup-Mobile, Allen, Winston Slx, Chalmers, R4e,
8teven, Fords, Studebaker, Velle, Haynes, Chandler, Baby Grand Chevre
l et8ttutand 'many others to pick from.
V ra AIO NAYS 1*303 AND WAX.? ISm I156
BONIFIDE SALES CO.
le' I 1 AOWar5 . AT IIOWAIIs ALto. lhi 0
Visit our Bank in Get a Hem Savings
Bank by opeal.g aa a
Algiers count with $1.00
The Canal-Commercial Bank will run a series
it of advertisements prepared to encourage thrift
It by suggesting reasons for saving.
To encourage you to start we will furnish to
those opening a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with
one dollar or more, one of our attractive home
NIt htteren Strut
Mr. das Caya·rd, Manager
STrust and Savings Bank
Capital and Surpluh--6.O00,000W..
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