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NOW STAR BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 141 KIUUE ST. FIME LI5. 511 Try our Rolls Cakes and Doughnuts SAVE MONEY We all have to spend to eat. But you spend less sad eat better by trading with us. Our prices are low and the quality ia high. ABASCAL MARKET PELICAN AVE. I VERRET ST. Fall Lne o (Chle MEATS, VEGETABLES, FRUIT AND FISH Sultqer In Evey Respect COURTEBY-QUALIT SERVICE COUGET & FABARES GET WEIDIG'S POTS wth tralnaers at DUVIC HARDWARE STORE market; rIeom ni.aded ev-ry. where - vases, beaches, pedestals. aundifal, bird baths, feaataia boxzes. "SUPERIOR" POTATO CHIPS FRESH-CRISP Rouer Torrence NEW ORLEANS 502 ELEANORE ST. Upt. 7r LENSES GROUND IN OUR OWN SHOP No tedores dela of several dfy, waiting for row glasame. No *stt-et irritating asrs. S erese-ueed be enpermiaeed HOLMES Opdical Depammnt DAVID . WILLIAMS, 0. D. Optometrist. honem4 -300 1 Cael Street bi Trade That Touches AIL a We always look to George B.a l crite of the National Crt beak to put thlnas clearly. Be told the Expo] t t Manaes' dub at their reeant meetng In New York what had happened to the d world nd pgav a pat and pertinent w llustraton, mWy the NeatLra'u B-I. world Indl. wa oe te groat tea prdmesr. The war etpped B ela P' Om her tU - drinklns ead Ieia a eealde't ell her tea. Iad is a great a eatte wearlin mitr, hit i she eeMldat amt her tea lre reead't auy a atteUu a the llo, heeser were I sabt Gmr. It fliglases ali were met reaing our So the I r mmraa ral - asell ta ea an d th o i to tu kabet dowa e buya. th What i true of ten sa d to w l truei a tr ateor lemi deSs a hedIb and thLamde of thlgm that a Ip our daly 1an Tr e 1 ashUil a market for e afects tae - a e wa Ie New Daglan ud ad ae , in e h i o Argentina in eimseL l n pr odl eo a iPhiaithis wier. T At the Letre. a amraM that my cemm·as I a' apI the muet o sal th e.AI rght It . thik . ea .he i yWr boa4 M~arnum, It wll he the deightmt a eta m p som. time, Me e t Can't ame It. ymI t Susn eta mle me yat row.' by ake tlekom a ne ak eg rs o ym lst mere aliake as e --m a Ww*9 ye at as weMAgir herr he ter <ta l n aper glf paper ortw or.lr~, tat d * But * do't n~tsmome at the pi) at time. TBh aDinnkown BinLuk eet 3 msa awuIiPamd mpem, but we ant sre no spriew1 no pleams etep your paper. We'l tale your paper swimt wheo we ma ftte a pape r. IDmt mead no mere. "t The mdhmtamcs the editor made ot at the *regolng was Ibut the man os et ted him aper -dlestsemel i SA-F 511 Oscar J. DeBat Sidney Ensign DeBAT & ENSIGN REAL ESTATE List Your Property With Us. You Will Get Results. Phone Main 53821 342 Baronne St. Ithe NEW ORLEANS, LA. ST. aDEPENDALs rEOTOUaArEs 'COLEMAN STUDIO Pertralts of year met Pleasing Per ealty Copying, EnlargLng. Kodak Finlshlng Im CANAL ST. 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SAYS ANIMALS DO REMEMBER east birtl Why Old Idea is Wrong Is Proved by vice Incidents Related by Englis this Writer. nigh I have read an article In which a igh trapper denies that animals have a i real memory, says a writer in the Lon- the don Times. He admitted that most at the them knew enough to avoid a trap at ter an experience or two withl It, ,alp - but contended that this was merely a manifestatlia et the sel-preserva. O pb ton Intinct and t The same man. cited an instance- ably At not t all unfaibllar--of a dog's r and i fusing to hunt with a man. who had Tb be kicked him. He said that this toe orate at was only the Instinct of all living wre . creatures to avoid injury. tour Anlmals do have memory-at least door he soe eo them do. The trappers theor the 1 he would not explain those many el- rocel adanc e recolllectn wherein sell- the I li preservatlI playsr a part. I nc first Scarried a teo-terlr into the house t afite be Ihad be wUll-nigh klled by wm an automobile. His master had Jaust e mov aed Into the apartment house, and e I had never seen the dog before plst we , day. We moved away two days later, MVe a and I did not see the terrier faor over to to t four months. Then one day I eused hid the houe-r warn about to do so- Th I when aout came that degf wagging his Deopl Sstubby tall. He jumped all over mea ente at joytful reottnltlen-and memory, on F a An amausing story, smlllcant en this aaoubject, is told by my father. As a I boy he Ilved m a atrm, and was eal- A l ways a dose stldent o( animal natur, rest, SThe mare he usually drove was old y, and fat, and would mnever go taste rae than a walk ualess arged. There were two reds to town, one braching e Pr trom the other a a little shorter. to ti had been Old Mend's ecustom to take h this red, of her an volition, uatil a th one oecaesn a vM dog barked a at is -i her and mael at her legs Ater ba d e that th rer ha4 t be eo Ihs suu; sl e MIe wer l a aeee p wines about U 1 It. ls b&emr the tumQ a e trd to l w, iv by befor e lul e rtraialn oi , - me n ewe t eonl memory, ba oare a 5mm b, plaemle~ m Usd th back-to-the.farm anoement i that a peat succe~s among those whoei I -nand law. Ua a t thaeead _ Arus that sbows at the e o beto n e ·eek is the friend a ever ma rek hbe -nd irl. a i, w umlon t u i, there a s '.slawa itts law idoegmased at the har Ithat I I a$t pound • .-gi._ a ,- , . !. urn the m who megmr4 - he be gtr by home brewing d This is the amusement age. The of this awful malady. They are not craze for amusements foretells the willing to co-operate with anyone doom of present day civilization. If who is trying to reform the amuse you are a careful reader of history ments now being used for the de AMUSE- you will note the struction of society. . similarity between The Honorable William H. Hays i LENT this age and the deserves the unstinted praise and ceded the which ofr support of all Christian people in Greece and Rome. We are mch- . , his efforts to clean the filthy screens Greece and Rome We re march- and wash out the cesspools of mov ing toward the same precipice. The aI...ing picture tdio increased population of the world Awrocv ing picture studios. and the extra facilities afforded us Every virtue-loving woman in the snake it possible for a quicker de. The old people have become in- land ought to come to his support cline. The people seem to have sane on the subject; the middle- and demand the closing of every forgotten all about life's more seri- aged are intoxicated; and the youth theatre which exhibits any picture ous work and are engaged in a of the land are hopelessly engulfed, with an immoral subject or false mad competition for pleasure. There Babies are born in the mad house coloring are more people trying to commer- of Jazz and are being rocked in the cialize this tendency or mania for cradle of indecency. If you are not willing to support amusement than ever before, and, The amusement mania or pleas men who are trying to cure the for financial considerations they are are insanity seems to have aicted populace of their mad amusement furnishing more kinds of amuse- eighty-five per cent of the popula nsanity then you should prepare the ments. tion. They are today spendingm fuierl cortege for the wrecked Proprieties are being shatts lions and millions of dollars for a bodies of your sons and daughtprs. principles are being abandoned, and day of folly or a nightride of moral Help us to treat your malady, re characters sacrificed in the mad fatality. form your amusements, and direct rush to reach the Beach of Fri- They do not seem to agree with the people in the road of sanity and volity and Pleasure. anyone who is trying to cure them moral development. LOCAL CHURCH NEWS - Methodist Church Nots Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor. Residence F s OUlier, Phone Aig. 13s. U Last Sunday we had good congre R gations at both services. Our morn ing crowds have increased during the last few weeks. Our music was good at both services, and the pastor and people appreciate the faithfulness of the members of the choir. PERSONALS or Last Saturday, October 21, Mr. J. W. Swillew and Miss Nancy M. Good win, both of El Dorado, Ark., were united in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rogerson, 324 Eliza street, the Rev. C. C. Wier offi ciating. The groom is a well known a young business man. The bride Is L a sister of Mrs. Rogerson, who has many friends in our community. The a marriage was to have been a big church wedding in El Dorado, but S owing to the recent illness of Mrs. E Rogerson this was changed into a a quiet home affair. They both have a host of friends and relatives, who wish for them much joy and happiness. o Little Irma Klink. daughter of Mr. A and Mrs. Henry Klink, was operated tl on for appendicitis at Hotel Dien N Tuesday and is doing nicely. ti ANNOUNCEMENTS Next Sunday will be the birthday ai of the pastor and at least two of his m leading members, and he has invited ci all who are in the habit of having is birthdays to attend a birthday ser- G Y vice at the morning hour. Of course, I this means you. There will be no night services, as the pastor and peo- re pie desire to go to First Church at a night to hear Bishop Candler preach. lo a It is the order of the day for all of to the city churches of our faith to call tb t off their services to hear this gifted ti pulpit speaker. UPWORTH LEAGUE . On last Friday the Epworth League and the Mispah Choir were very enjoy - ably entertained at the home of Mr. I and Mrs. J. U. Melancon. * The rooms were beautifully dec. " * orated with roses, daisies and coral g wreath. The crowd was divided into I four sections ad indulged in an in i door track meet. Each section took 7 the name of a college and polnts were th 1 received for the games. L. 8. U. and a * the Deaf and Dumb Institute tied for ct first place and on account of the late ness of the hour the championship cc Swill have to be settled at some future date. Delicious ice cream and cake gi were served. After the party, Mr. W Mlauca had arranged for a track of to take the folks home and everyone Shad an enjoyable time. m The )eworth League sad the young pl * people of the Sunday School will be e' , entertained at a Hallowe'en Party ai on Friday night. br I 01 S , se 8ep, eh lis Se. to All old Poems, Homer's and the r et, a anthetlically Sogs. I would I my, in trictness, that all right Poems P r are; that whatsoever is not sme is I roperty no Poem, but a piee It I Pro eramped into jisalrn lin-es, to the great Injury of the grammar, he to the great grie of the reader, tee da Sthe most part What we want to get I at the thoul t the man had, It he had any: why should he twist t ate o gl, it he coueeld speak t out pla. I 1t It i ly when the heart o hiS s Is wrapped into true pamoa of el. all ody, uad the very tones of bhim, s. 1 cordbdh to orldrg's remarks, be. - a come mudial by the greateme, deph;' l and mule of his thoughts, that we wo an give bdhWri t to rhyme aad ag; that we call him a Poet, sd uist a Im him as the Heroic at Speakr-.. p whaee peaeb b Som.--Crlyl th' A sort ,#et anl a a imeeea hIl pan at each enidad held a b a cerd el about th eeter is the eoame trade do i 'balance t--Nee. The wrelht is a rok about the eai of a anaa' dt An and, while no two . the etene a ln ever the aw ea the mwe at is I always prem a dto pleda l ier e I at am stea wisghe aAt iad est the pound. The pries for a emmedity Is C dew m awsye pire sed and em, .u t ea4m. doia umes a.. .. Sd E ^ twle, to *pea Tel Ur his thulasu that he Invariably 're4Le th set dgu, one ashed, tes Mount Olivet Church Rev. Nicholas Righter, Rector Residence, 236 Olivier; Phone, Al giers 97. ire- Sunday, the 29th inst., will be the )rn- 20th Sunday after Trinity. The Rec the tor will hold the following services nod at Mount Olivet Church: and Celebration of the Holy Eucharist of at 7:30 a. m. Church School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Service with Sermon at 10:45 a. m. ere Evening Service with Sermon at of 7:30 p. m. 124 Week-days: ff. Every Wednesday night at 7:30 wn o'clock the Litany Service with church is instruction. ias Every Friday morning at 7:00 he o'clock the Eucharistic Service. fig Saturday, the 28th, will be Sts. ut Simon and Jude Day. The Holy rs. Eucharist will be celebrated at 7:00 a am. a CHURCH NOTES sh On Wednesday evening at 6:00 o'clock the marriage of Miss Marion ir. Amelia North and Mr. Thomas Mat ed thew McBride, Jr., was solemnized at en Mount Olivet Church by the Rector, the Rev. Nicholas Rightor. On Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock 1 7y another very pretty and impressive Is marriage was solemnized at the t ed church by the rector. The contract- . 2g ing parties were Miss Clara Amelia 5 'r- Grey and Mr. William Thomas Grand- . e, meyer. " so The Altar Guild of the perish was o- reorganlse4 at the parish house on ( at Wednesday night. This society will I h. look after all of the chancel and sanc of tuary needs, and attend to decorating b ill the church and altar from time to b 3d time. a THE BUTTON 5-.------- 5 p C By SADIE M. 8TULL L to s 5 . (® by McClure Newspaper syadimat..) ti ik Cap'n Lem's rollicking volt ended C re the song in a soft chuckle as e paused ci A on the threshold of the Marden kit- I1 er chen. b e- ioberta flashed him a mile of wel-s p come over her ihoulder. C e Cap'n Lem smacked his lipe as he :e glimpsed the fine, Juicy apple pie she r. was in the act ef consigning to the k oven. "That's what I allus missed th' most on long vy'ges. Cook served g plum-duff more or less reglar an' e ev'ry oact in so seten what he called I y apple pie." A reminiscent twinkle o brightened the spaker's faded blue eyes. "By the great Mandalta's but ten, Miss Roberta, I wish >e could lit see one ' thea dried aplP libels anchored long side e' yoep er sup. S Roberta's mer aury h a throug th big kitchen. Then he tmned to Roberta. "Tbhe tow's platered with handbills fer them artist folks' fan w r dandango termorrer night. I never runo foul o' sch critters a they pitur in any.port w th' seven seas, I axed al one o' 'em, a ees, ablebodied lad, . what pertic'lar grudge his crew bed tL agin Chinese Mandarins. 'Why, none et all, Cap's,' he answers, surprised like Theet poster was designed bg er fa. t msos futurist artist.' I told him I li knowed thar was or 'twist' soame. warer."* m Whne speakhing he had Itawn a r I s Lmnlacquerg d bog from as Inner pocket. "Now, we'll let jok ' go by ,I th' board. Looke here." fo Roberta uttered a lttle eattie Try. oh, Cap'. Lea-is it the real Jade u ttnes you have told me sec woder i ful stories about-the grt Ma. r , darn's btteP a, It. "The very tme, little sbmimate," And then' he met a roagueh haiae Is her wineee brwa eyes. "OarCp'm am,, do ye m.a I -a 5Mn. Wear the Narad ',s qttmm a he the eostume balr Cap'n lean nedded an ladigemt as h Mlls esamnr san embersi ea 1 "Cap's lam's lips mhi ed, bit la his s gleamed a. thrWaw ngh. Th* yans bn bfem UIh kob ~ 'sulMr * u..- a Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Corner Olivier and Ells Streets, W. H. Hafner, Pastor. • 1438 Olivier St Phone AlgIers, 840. es The voting members are requested to remain for a special meeting Thurs day night after the service. A matter st of great importance is to be brought before the members. All are there fore requested to be present at this at service and to stay for the meeting. This coming Sunday we shall cele tt brate a combination festival, combin ingi Reformation and Mission festi vals. A special sermon will be 0 preached in our regular Sunday morn h Ing service. There will be but one collection, and that will be appor tioned to our Home Mission treasury. Let us all remember how our Lord Jesus said: "It is more blessed to give than to receive." Think what your Lord has done for you, and then think of the dire needs of our Home Mission treasury, and if you have fully grasped the situation you will open your hands unto the Lord. The ° Sunday School collection will go for the same treasury. Sunday night a Joint celebration of all the Lutheran churches will be held at St. Paul's Church, Port and C Burgundy streets, at 7:30. The Rev. E. Schmid of Gretna, La., will deliver the sermon. Rev. Abel will address a few words to the audience on I Synod's finances. The collection will also be apportioned to the Home Mis sion treasury. Friday night this week the New Orleans Walther League will meet at l Mount Calvary Church, White and Grand Route St. John. The meeting begins promptly at 8 o'clock. Every body who is at all interested in the work of the Walther League should attend this semi-annual convention. The annual *ction of officers will take place in this meeting. All dele gates are reminded of this meeting, since they should by all means be present to represent our Walther League. On Friday night, November 3, a stereopticon lecture on "Martin Lu ther" will be given at First Enghlsh Church, under the auspices of the city Walther League. A silver col lection will be taken up. The lecture beginas at 8 o'clock. lvery Lutheran should be interested in this lecture. Come and bring your friends. Church of the Holy Name of Mary The special collection for Father Wade's Missions in the Solomon Islands amounted to $278.00. Father Wade was eceedingly pleased and wishes to thank all theose who so generously contributed. The Rt. Rev. Archbishop O'Shee, 8. M., D. D., of New Zealand spent a few days this week with the Fathers. chain. 'i..., 2U------en.., s magic wand touched the 40th link and it re mained a fied, glowing oval before his age-blurred vision. As on a mini. atare screen, he watched the buddlng of his1 life's one romance; to him the rarest flower i love's garde--deo stined, alas, to bloom for another! As clearly as though it were but yes terday, he "sighted" a familiar sky line, as tl,c Liddy Bell "rounded the Cape"-homieward bound from her most "paying" voyage. In his ears rang the mate's mar.ly voice: "It's a new home for me this trip, Lem-th' ittle white cottase nat tr Lddy. th tolks." * Lemnuel Dyer's capable hands tight sed their grip eo the Llddy Bell's wheeil-that was aD Hi glance nse. a was steadler-his voice never rang INmr; "I wish 7n both all the happ. meas he kin sai uner" "ALoy, Cap'n Lem I"' ld Bdell Maradem's granddaugh taw bowed low beso hiM. The Jade bltt..e was azed to a white ribbom hadd most felehin around ht brews eurls, "Will the m m et the starry eyes d lgm to bhaer the hembae magistrat whoem esler 5 usnt?' - Sto mebt, ths dmee whie Isin - lo semes, a emes ja" r - bon gm s resn at Ms ema.e. le . . H. A. DELCAZEL MATTRESSE SAVE 80%-BUY FROM MAp Old Mattresses Cleaed Felt and Box Spring Phone or Write for Oar Hygeia Mattress F e620-24 Frenchmen Street sF phi; SChurc Notices lUST 3 C¢ 01. Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m. P'reaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior-Sun day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Itll. Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 p. I., at Pastors' home. 230 Verret St. CrUIRC OF THIE HOLY NAML OF MARY. Verret and Alix Str. Rev. M. A. Cotter. Pariah Priest; Rev J. Guinan, Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev H. Hayes, assistants. Phone. Algier 676. SERVICES. Week Days--MasIs,. 6, 6:30 and 7. Wednesday--8 :30. Sunday-4 4:30, 7:30. 9 and 11. Baptism--3-4. MIETHODIMT CHURCH. Opelousas Ave. Rev. 4`. C. lier. paster. resldenre. 2> Olvier St. Phone Aliers 138. SERVICES. - Iunday cehool-- :30. ISnday-11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting--7:30 p. m. MT. OLIVET CHURCH, Pelesa Ave. and Olivier St. Rev. Nicholas Rightor, Rector, Residence, 325 Olivler St. Sunday 7:30 a. m.-Holy Communion. Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 10:45 a. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 p. m. TRINITY EVANGELICAIL LUTHEb AN CRHURC. Corner Olivier and Ellaa Sta. . See. W. H. gBatner. Res.. 438 Oliver St Prone Algiersa S0. SERVICES. euaday--:30 a. m. Sunday Sehbol-9:30 a. m. ad Tlureday-T:30 p. m. C RISTIAN IEIIOI First Church of Christ Selentlt. a braud or a. the Mother Church In Boetem. dfldee ht Nasvflle Avenue and Garftleld street. Sa . day serviee at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. a. Li8 Wednesday eveninga servie at 8 p. a. g. ALL PAINTS CHURCH. 1e Teche Street. Rev. James B. Albert, 85. J., Paster Masses Sunday and Holy Days. 4:00 and ti- 9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 mass z Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. i. Sunday night Service. 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday, ' 7.-8 p. m. Week Day Mass, 6:30 a. a. e Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and r aisthL Phone Uptown 796 i CHAS. J. SICARD t U. 8. TIRES SHardware Paaint and O-ls le Plumbing Repairs Magaslne nad Nashville 'NEW ORLEAS,. LA. 11 MAURICE F. n FITZGERALD S- OPTIGIAN 708 Coii. Strut a S t MilE MAIlM 2 DRINK FRENCH TOWN COFFEE NONE BETTER 537 TOULOUSE ST. H 3806 BREAD AU We have the best head b. sa mi N o we ay the high1 t gels fer the best lSeo. No order 1 lare or toe small H. Martinez, 417 LNrWIrA AVEVIJ Whea Mse Lafayette Eectric Siee S inshoe Repairin-g-AIt W Once a Trial, Always a Werk Caled for aM H. LESLER, Proprietor S0400B ST. CHARLES l The fourth dance they "sat out' - the clubhouse piazza. The view of the moonlit harbor was superb, but nelther heeded Its distant appeal. His celetlal eaeellenc-.therwbse Mr. Malcolm Hewett, tamous illustra tar and traveler-looked into a pair at frank, star-bright eyes and knew that his heart's long quest was ended; that while he had fared far afield, the Oed home port of his forbears hbarbored the world sought prize, his Ideal of womanhood. And when, an hour later, he reluc tantly surrendered her to Cap'n Lem's emsort bome, Roberta reallsed It was met as she half eared-a dream bore at the glamour ofe the dance, but a joy which would last as long as even We Itself. "Is the Mandarl's button a potent OrlaMtal charm, OCp'n Lem?" she Setwry , sttt. His nameur was somewhat pusdlng: "Mebbe, Itttle shblpmate. Thet Is-fer martin people, et smrtln tlmes-th' way 0F all charms I be thlnkin'." Aiother reason for the large amount et blttersmem 1 the world is the large me met e ts, that lores lta earret p.. un rer ret FoR PRbM adI 7. SA _ PAINTS ROW"n 1412.1$ odbeatha oApI t IMe ai we air a 1 G. 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