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Pleneer In lluration. t
Stephea -i. Horgan made the first
half-tone plate for Illustration purposes
In the United States. In 1874
Horgan went to work for the New N
York Daily Graphic-the first Illu
hated daily newspaper la the coun
try-as a photographer. All the II- a
lastratlons In the Graphie were drawn I
en a lithographic stone or transferred U
to the stone. In little while be was
making little half-tones on the stones d
by mes of photography, and little
b littlel this led to the making of a I
complete half-tone plate with liHam
stead of dots-the lies ran parallel I
snd ame way. In 1881 he invented
a peebs e inataglo engraving. IJde- I
-_all_.y, a result of his spert- I
--ts beck an 1879, he invented a pros I
a of sending pictures by telegraph. a
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Sado that, and unhappily a rare Oa.
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workmen, o untbdy high proats, ano
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LETTER MAY BE RECALLED
Post Office Department Regulations
Make Provision for Witndrawal
From the Mails.
Have you ever waritton a letter,
mailed it In a corner box or in your
local postofice and then changed your
mind? asks a Postofce department d
bulleiln. Have you ever lain awake
all night wishing you had the letter I
back again and thinking that. hav- I
lag once mailed It, there was no chance f
of recalling it? a
If you have had such an experience o
don't let it worry you in the future,
for under the postal laws and regula
dons It Is a comparatively easy matter I
for you to get the letter back into your C
own hands. I
All you have to do is to go to your a
local postmaster and explain to him
that you want to withdraw your letter i
from the malls. The postmaster must tl
comply with your request, providlng 1
you can furnish proofs that you are n
the sender of the missive. These a
proofs consist of giving an aecurate p
description of, the letter you ish to c
get bace as well as presenting to the -
postmas a sample of your hand- t
writing, which must be identical with ,
that on the orginal letter. I
The rules of the Postotice depart- ti
meat also permit postmasters to tele- b
graph to the railway mail clerk and c
get him to take a recalled letter out o
of a anall pouch after it has left the I
City on the way to its destination. This i
measure to secure the return of a let- i
ter Is only taken, however, In extreme
DO6 TAUGHT TO STEAL SHEEP "
aItelligeant lfle Made His Master
Rich Until the Triek Was Die. C
overed and Stepped.
At ee time sheep steaiag was a
apitat aenae in , gland, ad may
men wer ehanged for It. The records
shlowr that the most aeeetal of these
apu5 owd the prosperity to hae
althwiat r wahh they had tra'n-d
be the rpose. In one base a nets.
ls cratimial pnaetiees sheep staIa ng
ea a large seale. Wheanever chargep
with the eeam, he was able to prove a
u sbli. a
Here Is the aplasation. Wha m sheep 0
we for sale he weald view them as'
Sprospecative pirchaser, takng his dg'
wta him. 4e dao eareul mtal a
the adividual sheep handled hI
master. Man and do waould thea de. a
pt.,ner Ian the day, or durnd a)h I
aght, a d was eat ka t to aIt
ee. In aWeaereit o shert time ( p
ce srted ut t selected ap
9m N to ttwerty out at a leekL
bmeeme humdreds-end draove .
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Hloes e ow Wisdom f
low He S wililWin
QUITE to its amazement Wall Street woke up
one morning recently to find Henry Ford the
rnchest man in the world. What amazed them most
was that he had grown rich in spite of them.
rime was when Wall Street refused to help Ford,
when it looked upon him as a questionable risk and
wanted eleven pet cent. Now Ford is propping up
the plutocrats of wobbly Wall Street with a loan
of nearly $200.000.000. With finer spirit he is letting
them have it at four per cent.
Mr. Ford made his mammoth fortune in a clean
and splendid way. It is no crime to be rich. It is
not ethically wrong to acquire the greatest fortune
if you have gained that fortune by helping men in.
stead of hurting them.
John D. Rockefeller acquired a great fortune.
Much of his fortune was made by the most despic
able practices. He brazenly defied the laws of the
land. He was not a man-helper. To gain his own
ends he would cruelly crush. His ambition was to
corner a commodity. He bought up hundreds of pat
ents and suppressed them because they economized
for the consumer on oil. consumption.
Ford cre2ted something. He made an instrument
that consumes more Rockefeller gasoline than all
the oil-consuming devices known before. By his
inventive mathematical and mechanical genius Sfr.
Ford caused an enormous increase in the Rockefe!ler
wealth. ,Compared to him John D. was a one-cyl
Rockefeller is not a loved name. He is not re
vered. He is a very old man now. His face is criss
crossed with lines. Years ago a troubled conscience
overtook him and he set out to square himself. It
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS
Mount Olivet Church
Rev. Nicholas Righter, Rester
Residence, 285 Olivier; Phone, Al
The Rector will hold the following
services at Mount Olivet Church next
Sunday, the 12th inst., which will be
the 22nd Sunday after Trinity:
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
at 7:30 a. m.
Church School at 9:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon at
10:45 a. m.
s Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30
Holy Baptism on Sundays or week
days, by appointment with the Rector.
r Litany and Instruction on Wednes
t day night at 7:30 o'clock.
On account of the Rector and Mrs.
r Rightor being absent on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this week,
p for a visit to the Lower Coast mis
sions, the regular Friday service will
c not be held.
On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
r Holy Baptism was administered to
i Gamyok Charlie, the infant- son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mo, of Gretna,
r at Mount Olivet Church.
The Every-Member canvass which
will be conducted in connection with
t the nation-wide campaign of the
Episcopal Church in all parishes and
missions throughout the country will
take place on Sunday, Dec. 3. Great
preparations are being made for the
canvass by the men and women of
Mount Olivet. The first meeting of
the committee of forty men and
women was held last Wednesday
night and aroused a great deal of in
terest. Mr. A. Spitafaden, Jr., has
been made general chairman of the
I committee. The following will serve
on the big committee: Messrs. Spitz
I den, Manglsaruina, Porsder, Vesean,
Christy, Cunningham, Perach, L. F.
Ols hroyt, Bourgeois, Edridge Gillis,
SErrickon, Carey, Schubert, Briel, Her
ron, .Hckins, George Herbert, Sr.,
Albert L. Marschall and William Van
Hes:; Mesdames A. J. Amuedo, A. 8.
Richards, M.*O. Carey, H. L. Hoyt,
E. J. Hotard, H. D. French, Arthur
Christy, P. Maaglaracina, A. Babln,
George Cunningham, J. Honnibal,
George Heindel, John Sullivan, Verges,
Baker, Brownlee, Koenig and J. E.
Pollock; Misses Cora Swift and
The committee cf forty will meet
at the church in regular session every
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock until the
day of the big canvass. On the after
nooe of Dec. 3 ten automobilg will
leave the church edgly hi the after
M and some member of the com
mittee will visit every member of the
congregaties before the night ser
vies. The result of the a o's
work will be read out at the Sanday
I Night service.
On Wednesday, November 1. 1982,
at 8:30 p. m., at the Parish House of
Mi. OliveS Church, ia organiation of
Sthe yoaner boys of the Parish was
perfected. The alms of the organis.
tion are to bring the boys into close
fellowship throgh athlete tivitis,
ad to stimulate a active interest in
Ithe Wednesday night Litay Services
in such a way that beae boys will
reder valuable service a the way of
leadi in the congareational wln g.
The irst of thei alms wll be aes
eemsshed throug th orgaisatia
at tesaid teams, and t, eseb
ora ether teams as the seso dictates.
To flther the sees eot o the
aenm.atls. two teams hnws as
"Attmaos Temams*, w bees
hesm auder the oeoadwhip ot at
lwb ads Clmag malhene as a
Wt. These teams wrI m se he
a pmuet attieada e mese at ti
Wedanesrd ngkt mensees At te
r- -r Iar tw an , a se
Captain; John Williard Davidson,
Thomas Lingoni, Gurdon Camus, Til
ford Kulp, Frank Hawkins, Arthur
Sutton, Nathan Forrest, Raymond
I- Matulich, Chester Sutton, Hart Cal
low. Captain; Alfred Decker, Christie
Babin, Joseph Koenig, Louis Hubener,
g Allen Guillot, Osborne Hunter, Charles
t Puckett, Emmett Hingle, James Gil
Meetings will be held every Wed
t nesday night after service. Member
ship in the club is open to all boys
over twelve years of age. From ad
t vance indications, this club bids fair
to be a very live and wide awake or
Methodist Church Notes
Rev. O .C. Wier, Pastor. Residense
336 Olvier, Phone Mlg. 185.
Last Sunday we had the largest
congregations, at both services, that
we have had for a long time. At
the morning hour the pastor had a
special message for all of the cou
ples who have married during his
administration, and this added in
terest to the service and the Men's
Choir had splendid music for the
occasion. At night there was the re
ception of church members into the
fellowship of the church. The class
was composed of the following Sn
day School girls: Misses Maud Iris
Coleman, Opal Eloise Coleman and
On Sunday, Nov. 6, Drustlla Mel
bourne, infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Entwisle, was baptised,
the Rev. C. C. Wier offlciating and
Mr. F. Schutte and Miss A. Schutte
Mrs. R. Hatkesbring was a recent
visitor to her sister, Mrs. M. M. Jam
ieson of 7821 Zimple street.
Little Miss Irma Klink has gotten
back home and is in fine condition.
after her trip to Hotel Dieu.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Blakeman were
both sick last week with dengue, but
they are out again.
Little Herbert Kirkpatrick had the
misfortune to receive a broken arm
in a see-saw accident. His mother,
Mrs. H. Kirkpatrick, is away from
home in the Presbyterian Hospital,
where she has undergone an operas
tion. She will be at home in a few
.Mr. John M. Kirkpatrick had the
misfortune to have his arm broken
In an accident at the S. P. shops last
week. He is getting better.
ast Priday, October ST, Mr. anad
Mrs. . H. Cayard reached their sdi
ver weding 'day. They bad no cle
bratic, but their friends wish for
thn many more days t hap maa
Mr. Straby Druem has resigned
from the U. 8. Navy du has re
tmurned to New Orleans, where he will
make his future hoem. He is at
present at the home of his parents
on Olivier street.
Mrs. W. B. Warre has returned
froem a visit to her home ais In
The pester is receipt of a very
cheerful and interesting latter trom
the misse lans and Irva miels.
They are in Denver, OtL, and both
are weil and at wortk. This s good
news to their many btlnds.
Mrs. H. . Pay is critieally il at
her hbee, me H s Tem smets.
The foarth -~dy egamleme
r this cmfrems pear wme meet at
the cham teaOt at :. with the
aev. . G. isei e eims egdr,
in th chair Th members a the
bed m e ge .a bs peiess em
asig in the bsiness- fe m
a in. 3. of lit, 4s a..1. ·.
6 ma- t t th
is possible for a man to do that-that is, if our1
Christian faith is practicable.
Polluted water will run itself pure; so will tainted
money. Rockefeller began his substantial philan
thropies by the endowment of a theological school
in Rochester. New York. Then he hurled a great
university into one city and a hospital into another.
Since then he has been bolstering up weak colleges,
creating great pedagagical and research foundations,
and spl ndidly subsidizing a benignant life-rescue
work through bacteriological laboratories, hospitals
and feeding stations the wide world over.
With all his undeniable iniquities, the Rockefeller
who defied our courts will die. The Rockefeller
who is trying to save life all around the world and
after saving it to lift it-up to higher and finer alti
tudes, is the Rockefeller who is going to live.
What will Henry Ford do with all his fabulous
wealth? Unlike Rockefeller, he has not cramped his
character to get his money. He is not burdened
with Rockefeller's handicap. But with all Rocke
fceler's handicap, Rockefeller may yet overtake Ford
in the enduring race, unless Ford does more wisely
with his greater wealth.
When wealth reaches beyond the proportions of
supplying rational personal needs, it becomes not an
asset but a responsibility.
Henry Ford has proven himself to be 100% the
right-minded fortune builder. Future ge'ec-at;ons
will measure him not by his ability to aceqare but
by his power to serve through spending.
The Rockefeller-Ford race for riches is over. lord
wins. Now the race for wise spending is on. In
this g;eat race wisdom will win.
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
r The pastor has requested that
I every person who has joined the
church under his ministry be present
at the morning hour.
s Corner Olivier and Elizas trets,
W. H. Hafner, Pastor.
438 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240.
Friday night the voting members
meet at the parsonage. The meeting,
begins at 7:30.
The attention of the Sunday School
teachers is called to a meeting which
will also be held this Friday night
at St.. Paul's school rooms. This
meeting begins at 7:30. The meeting
is called in the interest of the Sun
day schools. A special meeting was
held in St. Louis, Mo., some time ago.
which wps attended by representa
tives from all quarters of our states.
Rev. E. W. Kuss was present at this
meeting in St. Louis and will report
Friday night at the meeting at St.
Paul's school. The pastor urges all
our Sunday school teachers to attend
this meeting. We have just held a
rally service in which we encouraged
one another to do everything in our
power to advance our Sunday school.
Here is your opportunity. Grasp it.
The congregation held a meeting
after the rally service Sunday morn
ing and the pastor presented the
needs of our Synodical building fund.
Printed matter giving complete ib
formation will be sent out so that
those who were not present may also
learn of the great need of our Synod
ical building fund. The congregation
unanimously resolved to make a spe
cial drive on Sunday, Nov. 2., Let
us all take part In this work. Above
all, everyone is urged to read the
printed matter which will be given
Have you received your Messenger?
The pastor urges that you read the
contents 'very carefully, and espe
cially the Current Parish Notes.
Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
There will be a special meeting to.
might of th Holy Name Society. The
Golden Jubilee of the Holy Name So
city will start on November 15 A
retreat for the members will be held
em November 18, ,18. On Novem
ber 11, there will be a hags parade
In the city of all Holy .Name mew
bers of the Arbdiocese of New Or.
leas. Hach branch will form a
divislen of its own with a bead. The
Algiers, Branch is out after the largest
delegation, and every man of ther
cly Name of Mary Church is going
to be prevailed upon to joh in the
demonstration. The Knights o Ca
lumbus band will furnish the maus,
and a flag will be given to every
man in ine. After the p de the
elesing ceremonies will be bed ia St
On Wednesday, November 15, a
benetit shbo wl be gives at the R
N. G. C., to raise tass for the Rall
espmsU The feature mlture wig
be "The Cods of The Yukom," and
the eeme is "Carme " a fbr reeler
feturi a ea Cmealin and senm
Tetn. The show wi besa at 1:3
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PEST I nPTISYT CEVRC OF
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7.:3
1B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior-Sun.
day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Hall.
Prayer Meeting-WVednesday 7:15 p
m., at Pastors' home, 230 Verret St.
CBLRCH OF THE IHOLi NAMe, OF
Verret arnd Alix Sts.
Rev. M. A. Cotter. Pariah Priect: Rev
I. Gulnan. Rev. g. P. McGrath and Rev
Hi Bayea,. aaalstants.
Phone. Algier 6:8.
Week Days--MaWies. 6. :30 and
nanday-6 6:30. 7:30. 9 nd 11.
Rev C C. Wier. pator: rreiddntre. R
Onhvier St. Phone Al,ers 138.
esnndly Rehool -9:30.
Rnndav--11 a. m. and 7-:n5 p. m
Wednesday Prayer Meeting--7:30 p. m.
MT. OLIVET CHURCH,
Pellean Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Nicholas Rightor. Rector,
Residence, 325 Olivier 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.
TRINITT . VANWGELICAI. LUTHURAN
Corner Oliviet and Eliza Rte.
Rev. W. H. Hafner. Rea.. 430 Oivi'r 5'
Phone Algiers 240
Sunday-S.90 a. m.
Sunda School--9:30 a. m.
Thursday-7:30 p. m.
FL'st Church of Christ Sleats. a brasnl
at the Mther Church in Bestes. dIflee
Nashville Avenue and ODarl4d street. kaS
day services at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. u.
Wednesday evening service at 8 p. a.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
Rev. James B. Albert. 88. J.. Paster
Masses Sunday and Holy Days. 6:00 and
9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 msas
Baptisms. Sunday. 4 p. in. Sunday night
Service. 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday,
7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass. 8"i0 a. m.
Conftesions, Saturday, afternoeen and
rheme Uptown II
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