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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

Merchandise Properly Priced Requires No Premium to Sell Them Ii.uIR w'l)KI( OF IENTIRE STOCK $ FURS Trimmed Hats AT IIEIUVEI PRICES Bought Previous to Dec. 1; :S3 Val. Our December Sale of Coats, Suits, Dresses and Ready-To-Wear Offer Hundreds of Garments at Amazingly Low Prices I ý f. 1 · ENTIRE STOCKI OF Children's Serge and Wool Dresses Age to 16 years formerly priced $5.75 to $20 reduced to $3 $5 and $10 ENTIRE STOCK OF Charming Blouse of Georgette and Crepe de Chine Reduced in Price Values to $5.95 at .........S3.00 Values to $10.00 at ........ 5.75 Values to $15.00 at ...... ... $ 7.90 Values to $20.00 at .........15.00 ..enenII~1G A sle ol s14e1 ilti:iifl nitnde s is Wlly expieetedi Ia the e1dl o thI seasonil. l)eplilug fu'fom the IiS11:l eilustoiu we offer I'I(I'GlT NOW in the miidst of the seasoni, nii'ew purchlases at stariti1 ug low prices and pheunom enll reductions on all COATS. SUITS, DRI)PSS1 S AND WAISTS. COATS Speiae l Iurchllase just reeeived, fl1r trinlned1. plain...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

aoaoC===oIo== U. D.C.DepartmentD (Continued from Page Three) Mrs. J. E. Jones, treasurer; Mrs. S. S. Archer, recording secretary; Mrs. Ewell West, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. .1. Haas, registrar. ---- R. E. LEE CHAPTER, U. D. C., LAKE CHARLES, LA. President, Mrs. C. II. Winterhaler; 1st vice president, Mrs. S. W. Gordon; 2nd vice president, Mrs. J. E. Nix; secretary, Mrs. Archie Cameron; treasurer, Mrs. J. S. Thompson; his torian, Mrs. I). C. Powell; custodian of flags, Mrs. S. W. Gordon; regis trar, Mrs. I. R. Priest. -0 CHRISTMAS FEAST AT SOLDIERS' HO1ME Date Fixed For Big Yearly Event on December 28th. The following letter has been is sued by the Louisiana Division to each Chapter in the State. It has been the custom for many years to give a big Christmas dinner and Christmas tree to the old soldiers at the Home, each Chapter contributing to same: To the Officers, Members and Friends: The date of serving the Christmas Feast to the Soldiers' Home, Camp Nicholls, New Orleans, ...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

oLo*oUoIAA CL-UB PPOýrs - oc0sOo0oOO on LOUISIANA CLUBS DWO- : |*| OW0E--****- rm.. SIXTH DISTRICT CONVENTION r (i April 13-14, 1921 at Corington. v Louisiana. . D)uring the war we heard much ,n the subject of thrift, from every plat form, whether in a theatre or on the o platform, whether in a theatre, or on e the street corner, and always the dis- 1 course was ended, with tLe 'rent re- tl quest that we buy Liberty Bonds, t] War Savings Stamps or Thrift tl Stamps; in fact, so much did we as sociate the word "thrift" with these T government securities, that now, when I the word is mentioned, our minds " unconsciously revert to these issues, and we wonder since the war is osten sibly over, why anyone should still f( be thinking so seriously of Liberty it Bonds, "etc." it Unfortunately, Americans have " never been known as a thrifty peo- it ple as has been recently said by a tl banking executive, "The average r American family makes its expendi- 0 tures on the plan, 'pay expenses firs...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

Farrnbacher Dry Goods Co. PHONE 1900 700.704 MAIN PHONE 1901 Pre-Ioliday Lowering of Merchandise 64, To Lowest Prices This Season FOR BOTH GIFTS AND PERSONAL USE---NOTE Blankets and Comforts Reduced to Season's Lowest Prices Which include "Oregon City", the finest wool Blankets and "Beacon"-finest Cotton Blankets manufactured-all ex tra large sizes. 72x84 Oregon City, wool, plaids, stripes, Reduced to ,$9.75 72x84 Oregon City wool, plaids, stripes, Reduced to $11.85 72x84 Oregon City wool, plaids, stripes, Reduced to $12.705 72x84 Oregon City wool, plaids, stripes, Reduced to $15.q "Beacon" plaids, size 66x80, Reduced to ...........$5,j95 "Beacon" plaids, size 66x80, Reduced to .......... $.,95, Khaki Wool Blanket, size 58x84, Reduced to .......,3.9S Heavy Cotton Grey, size 70x80, Reduced to ......,;.48. Heavy Cotton Grey, size 64x80, Reduced to ......$2.30 Medium Cotton, white, size 64x76, Reduced to ....;1.00 Finest Down, Wool and Cotton Comforts, with satin and silkoline cover, s...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

DEPA RTMENT OF MEUSIC LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY ao===aooo .-.moo oc===ono~onIG Thirty-fourth Recital 0] By Pupils of Miss Leila Opdenweyer and Mrs. Arthur M. Schutzman F Garig Hall Saturday Evening, December 10, 1921 (I at eight fifteen. 5 Program. On the Rolling Waves (Hoffman)- er Miss Mary Watts and Miss Opden- (ic weyer. th The Ihythm of this number, six tu beats to a measure in rather slow in tempo easily suggests the motion of waves in a quiet sea. A: Sonata Op. 49 No. 2 Second Move ment (Beethoven)-Miss Effie Mul- co line. fo This movement of the sonata is a th minuet. The theme heard in two ex- se act repetitions is the one used by th Beethoven in his celebrated septet su for wind and string instruments. Prelude (Wright-Miss Lottie Weil and. th In this number, a left hand study, m, the left hand plays alone both sing- i13 ing the melody and playing its ac- of companiment. -so The Lady of Dreams (Daniels); I Is Wonder if Ever the Rose (Slater)- fo Mrs. Monroe Morris. Patriot...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

M O QEi O WQ E ::::::::O WO iI"" THE MODERN GIRL (By Eugenie Lecoq, a Co-ed.) © o 110 0 =- o=0 :: The modern girl is always a sub ject of discussion, at times she is praised and at times she is ridiculed, most of the time it is the latter. "Oh! bring back the girl of yes terday, the sweet little innocent girl with the curls, the one who does not paint and powder, bob her hair and act the way the girls act today," is what everyone preaches. Did they ev er stop to consider that everything in the world today has changed and that the girl is not the only one. A girl of yesterday would be just as out of place in the world today as the mod ern girl would be if she had lived in the years which have passed. Some girls do exceed the limit and go a little too far, but this will be found in any time and it will not be only of the modern girl that one can say this. The mothers some times do not set the right example for their daughters and they too must bare a portion of the blame. Some of the ...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

Baton Rouge Motor Co. R. E. STEARNS, Manager I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Cars and Parts Fordson Tractor and Implements THE FORD SEDAN $755.76 DELIVERED The Ford Sedan is the ideal car for the family of four or five. Its present low price makes it possible for the man earning even a small salary to provide all the riding pleasutres to be obtained for the family. The gas expense as well as all other operating expenses of the Ford Sedan is on the rock bottom, no other make of car coming under it in con Ssumption of gas. Give the family all the riding enjoyment to be obtained at an exceptionally low price-a price that no other car with the same conveniences sell for. The Ford Sedan is the car for all uses with unmatched endurance and economy. Let us give you and the family a demonstration of the merits of the Sedan. The Ford engine means POWER. Convention Street Baton Rouge, La.

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

O OI - oPo-l -OL310 -0 ~0- -O=O i GHOSTS AND NEAR GHOSTS p ---A THING (Sara T. Ste ing.) 0=0- 2OEO- :"IQEW=o -20WC 0O10 My ancestrial home (dear to my heart) is a grand gray house in win ter, set in its grove of live oaks and the long black branches of pecan trees mingling. The house is gray and the huge gray columns of its long galleries are a gruesome sight-and one that has made shivers possess me many times, but not more so than in this December twilight. As I cross ed the pasture and wished and wished I was safe at auntie's fire, and past the Rubicon of dark trees and shrubs. Then, I saw it. I was about 50 yards outside the yard gate when I saw it. It was a tall white figure standing by one of the columns at the top of the steps. I have no idea whether I moved or not. I knew there was no use. The thing could be right by me, as well as on the gallery, but if it did not come, I would have to pass it. That was the awfullest. I was alone in the world. Me or The Thing. It was all whi...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

One had just been sent me by my ce aunt to remember an uncle by, as it it was a favorite ring of his. The other TI was just a large cameo I had. th Well, they went away in full antici pation of enjoyment, and the rings. After they had been gone several be days a relative canie in, and said, R "Please let me see uncle's ring." I g started to say it is lost, for at that si minute I knew that it was. But I ni could not say it because the vision h. had just come to me, and it was this: While the girl was talking to me I of saw - The upper deck of a boat ri on the Gulf with a very happy group di of young people. The daughters of ir Jane sitting in front, all of a sudden de she threw up her hand and cried, el "Oh, my ring! my ring! see the set a rolling!" It rolled swiftly to the very ti edge of the boat, but two young men. o sprang for it and caught it at the last ti minute. I was two hundred miles v away, but I saw it, and I knew for a two days and nights that Jane was n most miserable ...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

SIDE LIGHTS ON THE U. C. V. REUNION Held at Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 24-28, 1921. The Confederate Reunion at Chat tanooga was from some view points a grand success, and yet some bad features stood out very prominently that should be remedied at the Re union at Richmond, Virginia in 1922, The soldiers are getting old, and after a hard day's travel, possibly two days on crowded coaches, sitting up as most of them usually do as it is characteristic of most old men to economize on all corners as the price of a berth means much to many of the old veterans. On their arrival at the depot in Chattanooga, many an old veteran was escorted through the crowded streets by a small Boy Scout to the headquarters for an assignment where he would be taken care of during the Reunion. At the headquarters auto mobiles were provided, but oftimes a soldier walked accompanied by his wife who was equally as feeble. The autos played an important part in this Reunion or rather on the sur face they were...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

o mo - CO===::o o--- o CBILD WELFARE =o o=:ooso_ o z =:=:aomo =- *oni wý (In the preparation of this article I desire to make grateful acknow. ledgement for the very valuable as aistance rendered me by Dr. Louis I. Tyler-Georgia L. Wilson.) The day of the child has come, Some think it has come with a cen geance. But what if you "didn't do those things in your day?" Perhaps you didn't have electric lights in your day, either. Or gas. Or lim ousines and airships. Come. The world is moving, and you'll either move with it of be left by the way side. And who wants to be left by the wayside when there's always the dawn of something new, something good just ahead of you can keep your vision clear to see and your mind clear to grasp its meaning? Let us be glad that the day of the child has come and join together to make it a great dclay, productive of much good and lasting benefits. For in the Child of today is fostered the Man of tomorrow. In him lie our hopes for the future. Is there then...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

Clhildren's Corner JANE'S NEIGHBORS. (By Virginia Bransford.) Everybody said they were the hand somest couple in the country; they were red-headed it was true, but their heads shone in the sunlight with a scarlet brilliancy that was beautiful. He wore a satin vest, and she a coat that put to shame the ones in the store windows, they sometimes peeped into. Everybody in the neighborhood had been watching them with interest all the spring, for he was a most persist ent lover, and she the most coy of maidens. Many a time the neighbors had come to the conclusion, she was tak ing an unfair advantage of him; she accepted all his little attentions, even let him bring her just lots of little tid-bits; he in fact spent most of his time trying to find dainties that would please her, but just let him dare to twitter about a nest for two, and away she would fly, while he in his despair would fly to the old church steeple, and the congregation would to listen to such a succession of rat-a- le tat...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

PO .omom::*::*:: mono::: Q SThe Star of Bethlehem M (Vallie f. Seitz.) 0OWo0 I**** rae one Inside the walls of ancient Jerusa lem terror and confusion were ram pant. On the eastern wall, soldiers fought grimly, desperately against the Assyrian hosts who thronged down upon their stronghold with vari ous shouts, beginning to sound a note of triumph as the ramparts weaken ed. From the battlements men were falling, bleeding, dying; rude curses mingles with choking prayers; here and there some undaunted Jewish warrior raised a cry of courage, which sank into a gurgling gasp as he pitched forward, his strong voice silenced forever. Over by the western wall, women and children huddled in a shuddering, fear-grasped group, crouched, wait ing, watching with distended eyes, the slaughter of their defenders. Now and then a wailing cry rose from their midst as some loved one fell, but most of them prayed mutely, their white hands outstretched to the God who now seemed so far away so forgetful of...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

M~~~o~oM""""10E'Mr~-·A~o Om OWM WOeO nomos-:=:--20r-201-=::=-s 0 * II o 0 * N NM1erry ob A LQhrhristmas ( ( 0 At this happy Yuletide season The Standard Oil Company of Louisiana again 0 wishes the people of Baton Rouge A Very Merry Christmas, and again thlianiks thenm for the staunch support accorded the Conmpany dr1ing the year 1921. ' o NO 09-'. As a public servant, we want you to feel and realize the Standard Oil Company of Louisiana is YOUR company-that its interests are YOUR in terests, and that this company is personally interested in the welfare of ev eryone in the state. Q The Standard Oil Company of Louisiana gives employment to more than seven thousand persons, who In turn etnrich the state by spending their mon ey at home. We mention this fact at this time imerely because it occurs to us that Christmas time is the season when good will, harmony and co-operation 0 should be uppermost in all of our minds. The Standard Oil Company of Louisiana is co-operating in every way wi...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

BIRTH REGISTRATION. Paper Read Before Bastrop School Improvement League by Mrs. Fred M. Odom. In the excellent paper read at the last meeting, one of the most salient points brought out, was the right of each infant to be well born. I can not say what percentage of the in fants fall heir to this natural her itage; but the next step in their ca reer is in the reach of each child born in the state, whether be comes from a long line.: of thinking people who have looked forward to his "coming wvith an intelligent provision for his mental, moral and physical welfare; or whether his ancestors hace taken no thought for him, and are them selves the poorest specimen s of hu manity. I speak on birth registration. If the child lives, having his birth reg istered is valuable to him, in a dozen different ways, and if he dies at birth or shortly after a record of his birth and death is valuable to the bureau of vital statistics. In 1914 the legislature enacted laws, and made all necessary provis ...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 16 December 1921

REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE CIVIC ASSOCIATION. The regular meeting of the Civic Association was held in the Woman's Club House Wednesday morning at 10:30 with the president, Mrs. C. Ii. Stumberg, in the chair. The first business was to hear the report of delegates to the convention. Mrs. A. Sheppers gave a complete and splendid report pointing out the! needl of clubs working individually toward the accomplishment of the various activities adopted by the federation, particularly those dealing with the welfare of the child, in co operation with other agencies, as home, church and school. IMrs. C. C. I)evall supplemented this report by calling especial atten tion to the fact that the federation went on record as endorsing a Moth ers' Pension Bill, not the one as had been presentedl to the last legislature. Miss Agnes Morris, president of the State League of Women Voters, who presented the resolution, in response to a letter asking for an explanation of what she intended gives out th...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 13 January 1922

Proprietor and Publisher Edited and Managed by __lmeM IBAORUG WOLMAN'S ENTERPRISE Nubr7 Volume I. BATON ROUGE. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 192E9. NEW ANNEX TEMPLE B'NAI ISRAEL IS NEAR COMPLETION CONGREGATION WILL HOLD CELEBRATION DURING FEBRUARY The beautiful new annex to Temple B'nai Israel at Fifth and Laurel streets is nearing completion. It will be ready for use within the next few weeks; and the congregation will hold a celebration during the latter part of February at which the new build ing will be dedicated and formally op ened. The building will be used as a school and social center for the con gregation. It contains on the first floor a lobby, store-room, assembly hall, and kitchen. The assembly hall is thirty by sixty feet, and contains s a commodious and well equipped stage. The hall is beautifully finished throughout with gleaming white walls and handsome wood-work. It is lighted with pretty electric fixtures, and equipped for numerous rotary wall fans, as well as a ...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 13 January 1922

MEXICO IMPORTS NECESSITIES Exports Decline $40,000,000 in Eight Months of 1921 While Imports Increases Largely. Trade between United States and Mexico has eclipsed all for mer records-but it is paid for in cash, as no credit can be extended with safety. All business is done th gold-whether it is paying for hides and meat, for timber and coal, or for corn and other foods. Mexico is exhausting her gold reserves for absolute essentials, while the Government confiscates farms, ranches and many indus tries for the benefit of the natives. "A large increase both in the vol ume and the total value of exports from the United States to Mexico during the eight months ending with August last, seems somewhat anom alous when considered in connection with the decline in values of goods imported by us from Mexico during the same tife," says the St. Louis Globe Dispatch. In an analysis of the figures issued by the National Association for the Protectio"z of American Rights in Mexico, the statefent i...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 13 January 1922

so inter Children's Corner The amass i to bed WHEN MONEY It wah GREW ON A TREE Simpsot week, b By Virginia Bransford. next da Farmer Simpson drove up to the driver I de entrance of the Metropolitan Ho- beating del with Great Gusto; he was the "Her" fairy who converted the grand ball black room of the hotel into a woodland fer, fer bower, each year for the Xmas ball. money Not that Farmer Simpson looked at all are wa like a fairy, for he was big, and Eaglisi strong, with a ruddy face, just like many the pictures of old Santa Claus. to trad Snow flakes fell on the Xmas at the wreaths he and Sarah had made the "Ne, night before, and on the great branch- bank." es of holly and mistletoe, and the "Mr trailing vines he wrestled with, as he some carried them in great armfulls into money the hotel from his auto. ing sc Two newsboys looked with hungry An eyes at the great mass of foilage that coat I passed them so near, that one broke it neat off a tiny piece and fostered it on new d the la...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 13 January 1922

WOMAN'S ENTERPRISE Published in the Interest of the Club Women of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Application for entry as second-class mail matter filed at Baton Rouge, La., October 15, 1921. Address All Communications to Box 15. SUBSCRIPTION: IN ADVANCE ..............$1.00 Per Annum BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1921. ENRICHED BY THE BLOOD OF PATRIOTS. Noticing the interment of several bodies in Roselawn Memor ial Park brings to mind the fact that the Battle of Baton Rouge fought on the 5th of August, 1862 was opened upon the grounds of that lovely City of the Dead and that the first Confederates who fell during that sanguinary affair sanctified the soil with their life's blood. It was there Major Todd. of the Kentucky Brigade, a brother of the wife of President Abraham Lincoln, tell covered with wounds from which he expired on the field. The soil of Roselawn Memorial Park was not only saturated by the blood of Major Todd but by that of a host of other Confederates and it is...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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