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( :, fromo Pate 1.) -j o0rw wood has returned Fri ll - - yorgan City, after vis f 1a Walter. A.j. Wainwright who was for rtb palysis several weeks c -Iw 3 Nash of Crowley, La., s wt home after visiting Mrs. Ay SP .sN iymel of Puerto Prince, Os" the guest of his sisters, Cross and Mrs. Henry the Sa Ha Ini seil 0. & G. AI Cream % NoewaIt Moulds & GCros Co. * AND O CANAL TwnY PLATING WORKS, 33 A tleomobLO t" mag. bar t Reaplated. Brass N 0 I"silver oght.U n 1 S32 New *aams, A. 'WORKING HARD" R TO Serve You WelB With Electricity 1 SOC veiet & Cheap NOW N AND APPIANCES ON MONTHLY TERMS a iSat New Orleans Light & Traction Co. iea Aoeoe AlmaiI, IA. ,m h i Aglesn 151 a seo at NOT WHERE BUT WHEN? d Everybody In Aliers knovs where J to go for cool, retreehlmag Ie Creams sad Sodas. It's Richards of coarse. 8o i it's quetioat bor h ofItena, them take the advice of all health Ir authorities. They asr: b "East coe cream every day." Durlng the hot summer months it Is much to be preferred to heavier foods sad Ice Cream is a bod. Order by the plat, uotar, r treae We deliverI SIm RMfCI IS Ph. L , THE HOME DRUGIST tl * Vrreut and Ae, W esa Alglere a A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Ie d, Per,,u. , Dh ed WVase Ho... s o.et 0 A 46 f i;-. lum u k s ohma PB' Sks., mY h-.. t he Sie madlsm-yam wU he fltý.da .dauhd b 1IblMA i iA6 ma in te Oift SCHUMACHER'S "" 1 lOYAL ST, MeI Cmd wbq ,.a eau oen ya eva beme? we WEl tlead pas meer to l ay wb1S year Lee at 1% Ipe Deep Ia any tme ass talk It *et. ,As S-r mess seam seme U THE ERA H i t Mrs. J. A. Richards entertained the I Friday Night Euchre Club. The suc cesaful players were Miss Clairia Richards, Mrs. G. W. Pollock (playing for Mrs. F. Facius). and Mrs. A. Del cazel. Miss S. K:appler recerfed the consolation. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Partland. The many friends of Miss Faye Aycock will regret to learn that she is confined to her bed. Miss Martha McNeely entertained at a card party Saturday evening at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Salathe. The successful players were Harry Lecourt and Miss Kate Hag gerty. After the game dancing was indulged in and refreshments were served. SERVICE 18 BOOMING! No. 801 is the first of 100 new cars CAR FARE y *C A REALITY 7c Ne Ikbas PIkic Service aoT hAOMN TT 201 BARONNE STREET The Catholic Daughters of America, the " Court of Mary 391, will give a euchre, a i Sfive hundred and lotto at the presby tery tonight (Thursday) for the ben- In I efit of the new parochial school. The to gamed will start at 8 p. m. sharp. tlv, I The hostesses are Mesdames Henry Brown, P. O. Cafilero and A. Gerard; by Misses O. Bowers, C. Finley, M. Gar- the land,eE. Hibben and E. Holton. as Sts. John Lodge No. 153, F. & A. M., the i held their regular meeting Tuesday , t night. Among the business taken up km I was an amendment to the by-laws. hin S....................... mmmmmmmmm mm I AN ACCIDENT : I * I By ROSE E. SIMKO hi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmm~ W (C by McClure NewspAper gyndicate.) C Miracles usually follow accidents. w' Jerry's experience verified this, for the incident was truly accidental, with re th sults emphatically miraculous. tl Jerry would never have agreed to tu make up the foursome had he known that Dave Ilallor was included. It are would not be very courteous to with draw at the last minute, so he greeted the Dave on the first tee with a slight nod to and a casual remark about the dr weather. Jerry Mahle did not !,prove of Hal- pr lor, for various reasons, but chiefly be- g" cause Martha Dale was classed as rea son No. 1. Jerry had aspirations of - building a bungalow for Martha and paying her hat bills for life, until Dave Halior interfred. It did not take half an eye for Jerry to understand it was growing painfully evident that Martha appreciated Dave's company and enjoyed his chocolates to a dies concerting degree. Teeing up this momentous after eoon, Jerry considered all these events It was only natural that he should ab sent mindedly have gone out of his turn, or perhaps it was a whim of fate, and Dave and he drove off the first tee almost at the same time. There was a resounding whack, fol lowed by the crashing of glass ! The golfers looked at each other, aghast. One ball had broken through the wind - shield of an idle automobile, parked in the road adjoining the fairway. Whose ball was responsible? No one had seen which way the individual hells went, as both had been badly sliced. "I guess it's yours, Jerry," one mem ber of the foursome ventured. "I wasn't really looking, but I thought Dave's went into the bushes." Jerry promptly dashed away to offer his apologies and make reparation for the damages. Breathlessly be reached the car. To his amasement be found a girl in a swoon. One cheek was bleeding from a slight scratch occa sioned by a flying bit of glass. "Martha I" h gasped. He looked about helplessly. What should be do? - In another second he stepped into the car, gently shoved Martha tde, and seatintag hmelf behind the wheel, started the motor. "Where are you going?' Dave shouted. 4; "To the hospitall She's hurt!" Jerry called back, his face very white. He drove down the greew roadway and was thrilled to have her head rest ing on his shoulder. Martha was snuggled agalnst hlm I Martha's hair ribbons were fying about and against his face Presently she stiflerd uneasily "Oh, what has happened?' she asked In alarm. "Stay quiet ! Tour hurt I rm tak lag you to the hospital!" "Jerry Mahle, you stop right berel I refuse to be taken to any hospital I was more rightened than hurt t The surprised youth brought the car to a halt. Bis hart thumped with the knowledge that Martha still seemed to ajle the comfort of his boulder. With a handkerchlef he pd the blaod fem her smooth The proximty was dangeraous, It Bred Jerry with astounding courage. Perhaps be was nacenatable for his words, but Martbh believed be was sincere about It. "Martha, I love you! tI'm just wild about you I Please tell me you care for mel" And without waltIng Jerry beat his head to kiss her. Then the mlracle happened. 8 held up her lipa to meet his The world at once became full of Bowers ad birds and beautiful tMass. When they came back to tbhe world, Jerry was rst to speak. "But-but Martha, what about Dave? Oh, I'm a cad I should aet bhave copromlaed you like this I" "You dead old goe!r" she aid, a realg her cheek b his "Didn't yaou know it was yro all the time? I-I amrely let Dave ash me fajt to wake uyap uad am if tya really wanted There followe another interval of bieM, while an -w beked. Marth's t* kced same roand oh et. e he e est dnh e to ipck up a SHghit, ew et l, the ae that ht W ra*5 g thg the widsdbield "Jerry, her ta y bal. We oght . in pe It away as m a maanoe et is e't my ill e, thee's a 'U' pa~lted am it. Th whet Dav e d toh t, tM s gu l t "rer MORM.ITY .. A OISCOUNT Evdently Guide Had Learned Wisdom f From Amsociation With the Moder Business Ma. -- I at a doinner In New York : "There's a certain class of busi. naes men-a very small class, thank I goodness-whose honesty reminds me 1 of a fish story. "Two men with their guides were fishing for salmon in Lake Sunalee. The irst man's bag of salmnon was * the smaller of the two, so he swiped a fish from the second man. "But the second man caught him SIn the act. He had the nerve. though. 6e to deny his guilt, and he refused posl' P tively to give back the sth'len salmon. 7"A pretty bitter altercation fol I; lowed, of course, and it looked as it r' there would be a fist fight ; but just as they were peel:ng off their coats . the second man's guide--it was the tY second man who had been roihbed, you i ID know-the second rn:n's guide drew l him aside and whispered: "'Ah, let him have It, boss, let him have iL I got two of his.'" U Importaint Man at Serb Weddings. The oftice of "Koom'" is a far more I responsible one than that of the Etg litsh "best mnan." The "Koom" Is a U highly important man at every Serbian wedding. lie assists the officiating clergy in performing the religious cere mony by holding two lit candlles, and thus becomnes a spiritual relation of the bridal pair. The relationship so established Is of such a pennrmanent na ture that the children of the "Koom" and the children of the wedded pair are forbidden by law to intermarry. The "Koonm" has also to undertake t the responsibility of being godfuther to all the bride and bridegroom's chil dren, and to attend each christening in person. It circumstances should d. prevent him fromll doing so he must Sgive permission in writing to a dep. . 1i 1t. It llilitec hiu. MEYER'S JEWELRY STORE 1233 DECATUR STREET Out of the High Rent District PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW M-O-NNO-G-R-A-M-S Hand Made and Engraved GOLD and SILVER A Genuine LEATHER BELT FREE Belt Buckles ........---------..7.00 up Cuff Buttons ...........00 up Watch Fobs ..----------.. 00 up Rings ---------------- 5.0 up Tie Clasp ----------- 4.50 up Bar Pins .........------------.00 up Stick Pins ------------2.0 up Barrts .............------------ 00 up OUR 68 YEARS OF SERVICE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF TRY US AND BE CONVINCED Meyer's Jewelry Store 1233 DECATUR STREET t Stouts Can Be Stylish In They Dress in Clothes .) That Fit Their Figure The difficulty in New Orleans heretofore has been that no store has specialized in outfitting stout figures. Now, however, it's different. The New Leader carries a complete and large stock of many styles in Suits, Dresses, Coats, Blouses, Underwear and SAccessories We believe we can fit any woma New Orleans styshly. We kow y will be pleased with the wondL m I our lotes will mak a any stout flire. COE AND IIr US PROf f TO YOU. What'smw S note these Stylish Stout prices. See how reasonable ther a e Styih Stout CoSt Suits Stylish Stout Coats Is Abeatiful Broadcloth PuIe Twll Grsoa lee. Iroedeleoth DlollaCloth S th l1i my C loth S SoSt S1C Stsot S0odel std modt elt; t8 ho " c8 ss tlh M bwwth far gwith fr cbho stout Ceot With p. 81sWit cllar, snd 2,a5.00 5.e 00 ash braid ' asd P,-, our chic It. be13 mdhiihte 4m th beltos. h Ir u alrt utnatr Choi lle 8tillSe Po ae asemosetssý|ý as, twbal l am and as" t, Mt, Waists. heystyluekeo l- mt with } N o"s}M-e s in l to taloered a tpcial terh aeewa, a aloess. Mas l . e1ta. N to K this we ek.! 'i toe a to a . 19 75 27.50 3.50 4.50 4.980 Stylish Stout Dresses Shruub Stout Shirt Waists 424.426 Senth Ramparst it. 8bs-I -AW& I ·i~aw Cm faee MmTWa:. "We had a big argnment last at Squire, sheet the reel cause of the coal nI Itrike" began the village bore, upon discovering Esquire ltumsabottom. the well-known jurist of Petunia. sitting In confort in his hack-tilted chair In d the shade. "Now, what is your opinoit about-" I. "Sorry, Emory, but 1 haven't time I to settle that for you now." inter e rupteil the squire. "I just halppend to remember that my niece told me , to be sure to do something right away. I forget whether it nas one or the other. To make certain of Ibeing right d I am going now and have both oper ations perfornwd. See you luter!" Kansas City Star. ,i The Whipped Cream Age. Old Charlie Isaacson says: As I rode out of Buffalo I observed three men playing poker in the club A car-three tough politiciun types. WI When I arrived in New York I was thirsty and went into toy favorite w fountain at Grand Central. While I salted for the electric shaker to make my egg phosphate I heard in a gruff voice: o "Three chocolate sodla,. please." And in a gruffer voice came the re mark: ' "And give me plenty of whipped y cream on mine." a I turned; I found the customers n were my tough companlons from the g train.-Pittsburgh Leader. a id Wireless Signals and the Aurora. It It is due to the observations of a ao scientist of Montreal that we now a- know t a practical certainly that ire 1" les I -aplhy may be aftected by the r aurora b,orealls. This s.cintist describes three ora Ce lionS . when the aurora was ie.rentl er or in the tirilli:tnt u e: her :--rt*·.are i- with aurora. when his ;ll,,aratis re ig celved displtches over aalnormat Id ranges. Singularly. the appiaratus at apparently afttteed hb the ae,rn p Iitld'1 rt elIve hlt noE tr nnslllit ",,"' r. AS THE WIORLD LOOKS AT IT al an lMch Truth, if Poor Morality, In Old Gentleman's Explanation of Ii Ethics of Today. In - iI 'ecritary Hloover sa!d at a Inneb o In New York: ne "Let me tr-ll you a ttory about old "r- school mrn,lls-the kind nf morals d we've Ontgorwn. 1' "'Pop,' said a little boy, 'if I stenl •" a nickel out of your p.,cket, that's he stealing, Isn't itr ht "'You het it Is,' aild the little boy's father. 'and you'd go to jail for ILt too.' "'lSuppos' e I bet a nickel on a game of euchre and won. that's gambling. ain't It. pop? " 'ure is, son, and you know where ed gamnhlrs-- ind up-gallows or poor ub hous', every time.' "'Hut. lpop, sll'poe I cornered all 'as the qu:inine In the wnorl. , or il the ite chlorofrmn, or all the wl(het-somine thing the w',rll aili't iet along wilh li out, you kinuw-an.l suilo se I ran off the price up a tlh illnl petr cent. ,,r a nmillion, per cent, lwhat would that be. pop?,' re' "The fatlher's eye heameln , and pat ting his h1y ion the l:ael:, he ~aid with Led a proud 'lic;h: "'llThat wouiti!l 1., ll lt ,'' genius. r6E sheer busine s genlu. You'll lhve Lhe mankind at yur feet If you e\er ic comlldishi '' 't.' CHIAS. D. STONER J. C. LEDDICI STONER'S GARAGE & FILLING STATION AT 1UZALWN AN 31A AVUnURS hose Aligsss s5 SCHLUTER'S JEWELRY STORE Regiterwd Optonrb i Eyes Teted Glasses Fittd 4318 Magazine St. Near Napoleon Av. We have a number of automobiles sesied by a certain beank In this city which we are offering at remarkably low prices Satisfactory terms can be arranged. Pilot, Hap-Mobile. Allen. Winston Six. Chalmers. Roe. Stevens. Fords. Studebaker. VeUe, Haynes, Chandler, Baby Grand Cbevro it. Stuts and many others to pick from. WrE ALSYO MATSsus AR SUAM 5s*Vlf FOZ =M BONIFIDE SALES CO. AVRTIS IN TH HRAL ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD Now smoked by a million men who love a superior cigarette n cigarettes c 5forOc I lOYe