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ICASTEI 'S PLACE Not Oppose iPresent Jdge In Race Next Fall. man Lewis L. Mtorgan, ton, takes stro( L exceo an article in the Times saying that he (Morgan) Pose Judge Lancaster for jiict bench, and declared d: article was inspired by n unfriendly to him. teiment from Washington., Lancaster is a man of iategrity and of fine legal ts. and he should remain blc until he voluntairlv However, let it be well that I do not now, nor let any time hereafter, aspire Lancaster's position. reel author of that narative eminently for member i the Ananias aggregation. human probabitiny, he is a puppet. the height of whose is to serve some master own ill ¶expect to leave Congress. This because there is any doubt my ind regarding the friend of y constituents. I have an of proof of it. I expect primarily for the reason lam anxious to return to the of law." Social A Success social given by the High' Friday night to defray the of sending the Basket Ball to the State Rally to be held 1m0 Rouge May the 5th and pnved to be quite a success. number attended, but many prevented from doing so ow othe sudden change of thej Ice cream and cake were and music supplied by the I. A. band Iblovely spring hat given by W.G. Henry and the parasol by the Bogalusa Stores Co., won by Miss Lee McDonald. hereturus were about forty-five lad were indeed pleasing, this amount is not sufficient er the expenses of the team hton Rouge, so another social he given Friday evening April A suit of clothes, hat and -willbe given to the young hi the Basket Ball Team re lthe most votes. Everyone bied to attend. SWe'llhve To H urryy bcity council of Amite have ea call for an election to be at an early date for the Dur od voting $50,000 for water Sand sewerage. A message Brookhaven is to the effect ,00,000 has been voted for oads. Looks like Bogalusa allve to let busy, quick. THERE is no argument to the question. Anyone in Bogalusa will tell you that the place where you get the BEST ICE CREAM Choicest Iced Drinks With =. . COURTEOUS SERVICE h here. One visit to "The Store of Service will V"ince you, if you have never visited this PL---the meeting place of Bogalusa. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Lear's Drug Store "The Store of Service" e thentic Laster ttj -lesb OU get just a glimpse in this picture of the beautiful footwear waiting here to join your Easter dress. The variety of exquisite models we are showing this season and the ex tremely modest prices, clearly indicate this store as the authentic shoe fashion center- the logical r place for you to select your footwear. w Our windows reflect the Easter spirit. You will enjoy the fitting service we offer. Visitors receive the same cordial welcome as buyers. -ft ~, THE MODEL SHOE STORE , :.. ..,, . ýiC""'U iBhA S E T COLUMBIA STREET ".,. Selected white iwMh - _for Mits orse %`\ rdsro1 . P_ _ _ _ _ ///ý1111llffIPi11ý ý"' The Real or Physicial Preparedness Continued from Page 6 j the United States so far as physical training is concerned? If a city gives to the boys and girls in the elementary schools 10 to 15 minutes a day for physical training (much Sof which is done in a schoolroom ibetween school benches) it believes it has its duty so for as gymnastics is concerned. In the high schools Ithe conditions are a little better, although most childrens never get to the high schools. "It also must not be forgotten that millions of the children in the elementary schools of the United States get no systematic physical training at all. Compared with the hour of gymnastics in the scho 1 curriculum of some cities. one finds Ithat in the countries of Europe gymnastics is given much more time and attention. First of all. one finds except that in the country schools gymnastic exercises in Europe, are entirely in the hands of t special teachers of gymnastics. The least amount of time devoted to physical training is two hours ter week. In most countries it is three hours per week. In many states an obligatory play after noon of at least two hours that must be spent once a week upon the large playgrounds, is added to the three hours of gymnastics. Under such conditions one can really speak of physical education. What we have in the United States is only a beginning. With us real physical training has not been given a chance so far, to show what it can do for the child physically, mentally and morally. "What we really need is a recog nition of the fact that in the modern city and town real physical education should be a more effective school subjects than it now is. We need more of it. What we need is one hour of directed physi cal training and play per school day. The direction of this work should be in the hands of trained specialists, not in the hands of the regular classroom teachers." Here is the nub of the whole matter. As Dr. McCurdy so well puts it the badal problem is the vitality of the young men, not the problem of learning tactics. As long as our schools are defic ient in the matter of giving adequate physical training the Young Men's Christian Association should urge boys and young men to take supplementary training in its gymnasia. Futhermore it has a wonderful opportunity with the employed boy, the clerk and busi ness man in giving them the kind of training which will make them physically prepared, for possible war. Yes, but for the tasks of peace as well. For the exigencies of busi ness; for the conquest in the realm of morals and character, this is the real comprehensive preparedness. Let us remember, however, that this physical service must be thorough comprehensive and scien tific. BIENN FURNITURE STORE IS TO I HAVE NEW HOMESHORTLY D. Bienn, the well known and hustling furniture dealer on Colum bia street, will start a force of men to work within a short time to erect a new building on the corner of Columbia and Fifth street which will be occupied by his furniture stock. The growth of his furniture business has made it necessary to I seek larger quarters. In view of I the new home, Mr. Bienn tomorrow will inaugurate a Removal Sale I when he will offer high class furni ture at a big discount. Refrigerators, ice boxes. bed room, parlor and dining room suits as well as iron beds and odd pieces of furniture will be offered at big reductions. Mr. Bienn recently received a car loadof new furniture and he an nounces that during the sale noth I ing will be reserved. Read the ad then visit his store and supply your furniture needs. Easter Joy By K.thleen Wheeler Ross We might have known in the winter That spring would come again; We might have known that the future Would bring an end to pain. But, oh. to be sure that the suffering Is over, and all made clear, And to feel 'neath the blazing sun shine That spring is really here! We might have known through the snowtime That flowers were underneath; We might have sensed the Eternal Knows no such thing as death. But, oh, the joy of an Easter After long winter drear, And to feel by the soul's awaken ing That spring is really here! We might have known mid the darkness That sorrow with joy is blent, And that gladness would end in the morning The night of our discontent. But, oh, to forget the shadows: To mock at unfait and fear! And to laugh like jubilant children, Now spring is really here! S TSON T HIS store makes a specialty of the finer points of men's wear. You will not be sorry to be reminded of Stetsons. At this time especially-when Spring hints strongly of a new Soft hat or Feather wdight Derby. Our selection of Spring Stetsons is remarkably complete in blck and color. A. K.'BEALL COMPANY Egg Hunt The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will g've an Easter Egg Hunt with Mrs. L Id. Roberts of Carolina Ave., S iturday afterno ,n April 22. Re freshments will be served and everyone invitcd. Admission C en's.