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Why Crow Is Called Criminal.E
The Agricultural departmenlt issued t
a biography of the crow in which it p
"Its ability to commit such mlideeds -
as pulling corn ano stesllng eggs and
lfruit and to get away unscathed is lit
tle short of marveloua Much of the
crow's success in life is due to co
operation, and the social nlastinct of the
species has its highest expressio n a
the winter roosts, which are same- a
times frequented by hundreds of thou- .
sands of erows. From these roosts I
dally Sights of many miles are made h
in search of food.
"The insect fool of the crow In
eludes wireworms, cutworms, white
grubs and ugrashoppers, and during out- h
P w r of these insects the crow ren
gooad service. But chiefly because
Its destruction of benefcie wild 3
and their eggs the crow most be t
laied as a criminaL" o
Hew Regions Got Name.
Ultima Thule (Uppermost Thule) y
was a name give in ancient times by el
tIe Inhabitants of southern Europe to
the remote riaou of the unknown
math. Time Greek navigalltor Pythes U
made a voyage aloUng the coast of a
Britain and wrote an accoount of what 0
he learned abouat the Shetland islands
sad Orkney Islands and poslsibly the a
nerth malalsnd, calllng the regtoo p
Thule. Tbhe name became vague In iti
appliatloe, especally ruder the form
Norway, Iceland, etc., bore the title o
in their turn, and many strange su
pesatitiles were eorrent regarding the b
0ew Jape Make Water Sags a
A government expert who has bee
investigatis the womaderul papers o
Japs reports that the Japanese make
water beas a rice paper, which are
bheld to e mere durable a well as
le esp svo tha simiear articles a
made ef rubber. Between the layers t
af paper, wleb is sett sad ezlble,
sein i nsd, and the outWde is coy
ered wai aquer.-New Trk Berald. t
why Hi iis werh Wr Pequsat.
"omus man, bfere things go r th
trtber. I must ak ea what yeu -e r
ab speetw ever ealag with my
deghter. Are year latatnles em
Wre---to ten the truth, ir, It'
so euldgveewre e**. and yoe hesp
it nase m d warm here. that I simply~
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EXIT FOG. 'I
Is the field of rad.i activity one and
dlscovery doth tread upon an.tler's tha
heels, so fast tlhey follow: \Vhn bot
Senor Marconi talks of expllring th ors
short wave-length and of projecting a I
fying shaft of radio wave in a desired stil
direction straight at a receiving sta- whi
tion intended to receive It, more Is D
meant than meets the mere lay ear.
says the Boston Globe. But an im
mediate by-product of this new dis
covery Is clearly indicated: a conquest
of the element which has hitherto for
baffled navigators-fog. It seems clear doll
ed that this latest development will make
it possible quite accurate navigation in
thick weather, thus reducing the has- the
ds ards of seafaring by a large margin. L
SBeyond this, however, It Is all smue
what. stupefying to the average lay- We
man. He feels uas though things were t a
he happening over his head which are
in fraught with his weal, but also pos- T
me. sibly frelghted with his woe. Here
I- is a new force of nature which man ope
tIs rapidly harnessing, and before he Oct
de has managed to harness the forces in ball
his own nature which impel Ilim to idl
te mlsuse the forces of nature which he for
t- has already harnessed. Bra
e Since Ilife Is so precious and the hu. F
Id man engline so valuable, all of our ef- at
be forts to extend the average duration Ste
of each lndividual's usefulness and
productivity are of Infinite value. The
average duratlon of human life is 51.5
) years. Scientists figure that if we
bellelnate easily preventable diseases
Sthis would be O years. f in addition
we were to rsave the ehlldren that are
now wasted needlessly nla Infancy the i
at country would have approximately 4
ds 20,000,000 more healthy grownups, o
he eachb preducig at least $8 a day, g
00 Floyd W. Parsons wrltes in the dis
ItWorld's Work. Theretfore, It Is plain tell
that by simply raising our standard p,
tof hygiene we may efect a savingl of ot
. $00,000,00 each and every twenty-four p
e hours. Here is an economy worth do
practicing, In view of the fact that a
the war, as wasteful as It was, cost
a only $35,000,000 a day. a
t• Famue Miregraphie Predutia
k Micgraphy means minute writtlg.
- The Ten Commandmets have bees I
J engraved tIn characters so afine that le
i they could e rstamped on the side f He
$ a nclkel, and on several ocao the thai
r- Lerds Payer has been eagraved me
L the side t a gold dollar, the diamet
ot which is six-teath o an Inch.
In the Harelan manueript. S Iie
thsre is a accout of a "rare pleer
o workt brght to pas b fi etr 8d
aes, aa anglshman and derk ofll
chancery. It was the whole BmAle In bro
a sghtiii walaut blCger thea a de
b: Th a' holiuth the beok; rad
i thme asm am lr leavea Mn tLo Per
boki a ithr rt p at ad heth -
it be n ame imh an t I
Pobtacal hao sthis would not prevent any indi
Who doubts fo a moment that vidual or any number of individuals
Who doubts ore a moment tor less from using the provision of the di
there is at this time more or lessuntry rect primary law and tiling their
political chaos in this country? declaration of candidacy for office.
The political chaos of this coun It would have the effect, however,
try s approaching the political con- of making the individual stand alone,
fusion in other parts of the world. on his merits, and independent of
We haven't political parties to- party support.
day as they were understood at one The pre . primary convention
time in the history of this country. would file its slate under the same
We have what might be called po- provision. When that slate was
litical organizations carrying the virus of inviolable principles, fun- filed, the candidate under that fil
names of ancient political parties. damental doctrines, constitutional ing would have the support, in
In other words, the political par- programs. dorsement, and infuence of the
ties have a name to live but they Men tell you that the reason for party.
are dead. the chaotic political situation of to- In that way you would crystal.
The reason they are in this con- day is the primary election law. ize the party, restore its organiza
dition is because they have aban- They say that the direct primary tion, responsibility, and account
doned great fundamental principles has destroyed party organization ability, and at the same time you
of government, and doctrines of the and responsibility. They want the would preserve to the individual
Constitution. They abandoned primary law repealed. The pri- the right to file independently un
them hoping that they might sur- mary law will not be repealed. It der the primary law.
render principles for policies, ought to be amended and in the fol- SECOND: You ought to amend
You can't build a great party on lowing particular: the primary law and raise the quali.
a policy; it must be builded on a FIRST: Amend the law by cre- fications for office. Men who are
principle. r ating the right to hold a PRE-pri- not qualified for the position have no
If the parties of this country are mary party convention. If the right to be elected. .lf you want
to be revived and invigorated you party would meet in a pre-primary to save representative government
must inject into their backbone the convention and nominate a ticket raise the standard of office holders.
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
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Methodist Church Notes
Rev. O .C. Wier, Pastor. Residence
83 Olivier, Phone Alg. 188.
Last Sunday was a very interest
ing one. The Men's Choir had two
anthems and Mr. E. E. Cayard sang
a solo at the morning hour. At night,
Mizpah Choir had anthems: Miss
Orrie Summers sang the solo part in
one and Mrs. Sanford Hebert in the
other. Miss Lorena Penski united
with the Church on Profession of
On Saturday, September 30, Helen
Pearl, infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Dallas Harris was baptised, Rev.
C. C. Wier, officiating. Mr August
Jeanfreau and Miss Rita Jeantreau
On Tuesday, September 26, Mr.
Christy H. Burnell Jr., was operated
on for apendicitis. He is doing nicely
and is at home. One of the unusual
features about his case is that this
is the seventeenth time he has been
under the knife for various causes all
of which can be traced to his wounding
in the late World war. He naturally
hopes this is the last time.
The many friends of Misses Ines
and Irva Daniels will be glad to know
that they continue in good health and
both have positions in Denver, Col
Dr. Fay writes that Mrs. Fay is
still sick and is not able to travel,
which delays them in Ilinois.
Mrs. J. R. Dwyer and Doris are ex
pected home from Colorado this week.
Mrs. Joel Lilly has been a recent
visitor to Haselhurst, Miss.
Madge Elma Trotter had the mis
fortune to have a painful accident
during the past few days. She is
Last Saturday night our Epworth
League was quite well represented in
the Circus the Union League gave.
Last Monday Circle B of the W. M.
Society met with Mrs. A. !HIngle, 616
Webster Street; the other circle met
at the Church Tuesday.
The membership of our Church is
expected to be well-represented at the
opening of the District Parsonage on
Octavia Street today. Procuring this
building for a residence for the Pre
siding Elder is but one of the great
forward movements completed by
Brother Snelling. who is completing
his quadrennium on the District.
Friday the Catechis meets at 3:30
at the church and the Board of
Stewards at 7:30 at the Parsonage.
Services next Sunday at 11:00 a.
m., and 7:45. Come and bring your
Countess Wanda Lubrenska is in
Paris, having led from Rumia. The
war killed her hbhand, father and
Ave brothers. Her five childrena are
dead-oae killed by a runaway
horse, second by qalding. third by
fre, fourth in a building collapse, fifth
during a riot. While the countess was
telling her tale of woe to rliends in
Paris, she fell downstairs and broke
both legs. How does your lot com
pare with hers? Have you troubles or
do you just think you have? We are
never so badly off but what things
might be worse. That is worth rea
memberinl in the blackest hour
which always comes just before the
sunrise of a new play.
Marconi succeeds in talking by wi
less 100 miles with absolute secrecy.
He has some kind of a radio device
that virtually makes it impossible foe
snyoae to "listar L." Only a ques
tion of time untll new discoveres will
give to radio communication 5ll the
privacy of a private telephone line.
Sdemea is negleetting that side of wire
less at present, and concentrating a
broadcasting. It is a crafty piece eof
caentie salesmlamship, to make the
radio tndumtry ow like asparagas.
oPer that purpase, the less sermy tr
better. Serecy is the eutresmee p*
Ib aeadvertWnta .
es Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Nicholas Righter, Rector
Residence, 235 Olivier; Phone, Al
6t- Sunday, the 8th inst., will be the
ro 17th Sunday After Trinity. The Rev.
rg Mr. Rightor will conduct services at
it, Mount Olivet as follows:
as At 7:30 a. m., there will be a Cele
in bration of the Holy Eucharist.
te Church School session at 9:30
'd a. m. It is likely that we can have v
of one of the Church School Institute
instructors to be with us during the a
!n School hour.
id At 10:45 a. m., (15 minutes to
T. eleven) the Morning Prayer service d
it with Sermon by the Rector. The con
n- gregation is again asked to make a
special effort to increase the atten
dance at the late morning service. 01
At 7:30 o'clock Sunday night there h
d will be Evening Service with Sermon t(
y by the Very Rev. Israel H. Noe, Dean
Ll of St. Mary's Cathedral, Memphis. hi
a Tenn., who will be one of the instruc- aI
n tors at the Church School Institute, r
I1 meeting next week at Trinity Parish
g House. Dean Noe is a pleasing
y speaker, and no doubt will deliver an Is
inspiring sermon. Let us double the di
attendance for this night service. Is
WEEK DAY ACTIVITIES.
d The Litany Service is read at the
1 Church at 7:30 o'clock every Wednes- li
day night. This is followed by a brief bi
Church lecture, and the meetlng of a
the Confirmation Class. The Bishop is
1, will visit the Parish about the middle te
of this month. at
Choir practice at the Church every
r Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. at
it Every Friday at 7:00 a. m., the Holy is
Eucharist is celebrated. na
!- The Rector is mailing out to every Si
it member of Mt. Olivet a card with i
is the order of services. These cards W
should be placed in some conspicuous tE
h place in every Church home so that
n the members can always understand
. the exact hours of service. It is ex
[. pected that this distribution of cards
6 will greatly increase the attendance
t at all serviees held at Mt. Olivet.
The public is welcome at all times,
and invited to make our Church build
inag a place for private prayer during Gl
the week days. N
i MADE RITE OF SNUFF TAKING
i Fashlenable "Vies" of Eighteenth Cee. M
y tury Was Vehicle of Moeet
g Elaborate Ceremonial. as
0 Snuff taking went out about 100
If years ago after raging through the
Eighteenth century and part of the
L Seventeenth, when it first made its ap t
r pearance as a fashionable'vice ina k- 7:
rope. But although it went out whem
Queen Victoria came In, it never a- m;
"It clears the nose-here's health
s -and up it goes," said a popular old
rhyme. A thousand artists have handed F
down pictures of contemporary Ye
worthies dalllyng with their mf u
boxes, and always they convey as s
impression of grace and courtesy and to
mutual enjoyment. Kings delighted to
present jeweled anuffboxes, exqusite a
I examples of the goldsmith's and enan- a
elers art to those they wished to g
honor. The ceremonial exchange of
pinches of mnad was accomplished by
a hundred fourishes, bows, preentags
sad elaborations of deportment.
In the lower walks of life, it was
a tragedy to be without snuf. One
hastened to 11 the beggar's empty
anmuboz before giving him a coin feor
bread. In the prosperous home a co
plcuous object was the "mull," a
smlveOanoted ram's head hbspitaby a
erammed with mnuf feo al cemes.
Nlthing is deed to we-direeuteI
laber, and mthag Is bar to be at
tied without It---lr L Remoyldm.
A blhare eetablisea only thi, that
- ieterrla*ton to meceed was mat 4
reamn a trig a n m - de et a
new eas ejects a elgart mi at - ti
he withwsm w a vmk. 11ge a
- hIn be ubn otgqle
Corner Olivier and Eliza Streets
W. H. Hafner, Pastor.
438 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240
v Now that the rainy fall weather has
at set in we may expect colds and sick.
ness to be more prevalent than dur.
e' ing the summer months. In view of
this possibility one thing should not
be forgotten. If you are sick and
re would like to have your pastor call
te on you, see to it that he is informed
1e and let him know that you would like
to see him. The pastor is not an
omen of ill luck and the advance of
e death. It does not follow that you
will die if you call the pastor to your
a sick bed. The pastor has a telephone
and anyone is in the neighborhood
of a phone even though he has none
e himself. Don't forget that if the pas
n tor hears of your sickness in a
n casual way, during a conversation,
' he is very apt to forget about it
again. Call directly and you will
t receive a call.
The Helping Hand Circle and the
Trinity Lutheran Society will give a
n lawn-party on the church lawn Mon
day night, October 16. Everybody
e Our Baptismal Font Fund is grow
-. ing. Won't you help? Give your
,o birth date to our secretary and get
,I an envelope for your contribution. It
is the aim of the Sunday school
e teachers to purchase a font as soon
y Our Sunday school had an attend
ance of 94 the past Sunday. This
y is very gratifying. But why can we
not have such an attendance every
y Sunday? We are sadly in need of
h more Sunday School teachers. Can
s we not look for a few more volun
Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
- Eloise Marie, daughter of Eddie
I Grow and Jeanne Deslatte, of 220
Newton street. Sponsors: Henry Des
latte (proxy O. Trosclair) and Edith
Victor, son of Alphonse Anone and
Rate la Sciuto. Sponsors: Joseph and
Albert Neville, son of Philip Buhler
and Hatel Fink. Sponsors: John
Huann and Mrs. Frank Abadie.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
There will be a special meeting of
the Holy Name Society tonight at
7:30 p. m. Every Catholic young
man is invited to be present. The
Holy Name Society is celebrating its
golden Jubilee and plans are being
made for a great rally in November.
The St. Joseph Boys will meet
Friday afternoon at 3:15. The St.
Joseph Boys had one of their most
successful years last year. They in
tend to take up some special work
this year, because they realise thA
according to the strength of their
numbers they can be a power for
"Nature supplies an abundance eo
everythlng," declares a Yale professer.
Not of wisdom, tolerance or unselflh
ness. Nature goes too much to voles
and appetite and not emough to justlee
A Penansylvanan coaplained that
a chartvari party made "heathelish
sos" beatig em pans and drums.
I But it could havb bes worse. Theg
might have played inzphoes sad
IYe, womes are mOre ecldet es
detctirves than mm in catching the
heopifters t the setores. Imagr t a
mua who onuld remember what a ea.
omer had on whea she ceame t.
Mareml ba made many visits to
I the Unalted States and has mever y
faled to have a hopetal word abst
wh~e. This time he has nlmest
-lt ate" io its Wlr.
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1IRST ALPTIST C uI CK OP
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
P'reaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.3
13. Y. P. U.. Junior and Senior-Sur
day evening 6:30 at K. of P'. llt:.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 1
m.. at Pastors' home, 230 Verret St.
CUIIRCH OF THE HOLY N.MML U
Verret and Alil Sts
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Parish Priest; Rei
I. Guinan, Rev. H. P. McGrath and IRe
H. Hayes, assistants.
Phone. Algiers 878.
Week Days--Maasses. 6. 6"30 and 7.
Sunday-6 6:30. 7:30. 9 and 1L
Rev. C. C. Wier. paster; residence. 23
Olivier St. Phone Algiers 13.
Sunday-11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p. m
MT. OLIVET CHURCH.
Pelicean Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Nicholas Righnr. , ector,
Residence. 325 Olivier St.
Snday 7:30 a. m.-H-oly Commtlnion
Sundiny School. 9:30 a. m. Morning Prays,
and Sermon. 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayei
and Sermon, 7:30 p. m.
TRINITY EVANGELICA I. LUTHERA1l
Corner Olivier and Eliza Sts.
Rev. W. H. Hafoer. Res.. 4:3q (lhiier St
Phone Algiers 240
Sunday-8:30 a. m.
its, Sndr School-9:30 a. m.
Thursday-7:30 p. m.
FL-t Chareh of Christ Sdeatist. a brane
of the Mother Church Ia Boston. EdifLee
as Nashville Avenue and Garfield street. Sut
k day services at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
3r- Wednesday evening service at 8 p. s.
of ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
lot Teche Street.
ad Pev. James B. Albert, 8S. J.. Pastor
l Masse Sunday and Holy Days, 6:00 and
9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 mass
ed Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. i. Sunday nlght
ke Service, 7:30 p. m. Htoly Hour Thursday,
7-8 p. i. Week Day Mass. 6:30 a. m.
an Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and
ur Phone Uptown 768
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417 ELMIRA AVBNUIT
r. WIGS MARK OF DISTINCTION
Firt Worn by Lawyers aso Sot of
it Uniferm to Ditinguish Then
Froem the Priost.
4 The law, like every other professlom,
Ir was largely In the hands of the church
ir (practicalily the only educated people)
during the Milddle ages, and when lay
pleaders uere first introduced they
wore a speelal kind of head covering,
to distinguish them from their clerical
brethren. This headgear became a
recognised part of the lawyer's dress.
e When (In the sixteen hundreds) the
Swigl war Introduced Inate England from
France, all classes of "gentle folk"
adopted the new f6shlon; courtiers
I and doctor, omcers and lawyers were
I all bewlged. Indeed, the wig was m
Sesential part ot clerical dress, nor
war it omclally discontinued as such
till well Into the last century. With
the aomservatlve legal profeslono, how
ever, It was still preserved as pert o0
tbhe court uniform, and today a har
dster cannot "be heard" wlthout hisl
a wls-he would be In much the same
Sposition au a soldier appearitn oa
,parade "lmproperly dressed l" Not
ely are wigs still worn by barristers
and Judges--the latter having a much
larg "'tll-bottomed" variety-but
Sthey are alm part of the dress of the
Sapeaker o the huse of emmons, of
Sthe perlamenot elerks, ad ot the lord
Sceealsr.-Memtreal Famy BerHl.
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