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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 10 February 1922

LOUISIANA CLUBS ..1ý ýýýýýý:ýýýýý.NNN.ý""ýýýfNNN"ýýýýýýýýýýýýýýýýI CLUB NEWS FROMI MONROE. The community service program mittee is planning for a civic and riotic celebration of Washington's iversary on February 22nd, which to be in charge' of the patriotic or izations of the city and civics de ent of the Woman's Department b. The American Legion,Daugh of the American Revolution, Con te Veterans, the civics depart t of the women's club and other 'otic societies ar asked to send least three representativs to a t meeting to be held at the Chain of Commerce Wednesday after n at 3:30 o'clock when Mr. Mitch community organizer, will sug two or three suitable programs the celebration. He urgently re a full representation from each ation as the time in which to re a program in keeping with importance and dignity of the tion is short and quick action jeessary. The community service committee hope that these itions will heartily co-operate arrange for a celebration which be in keeping with t...

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. — 10 February 1922

Will of General Philemon Thomas IHistoriieal Slet.el Read Before the lHistorieai : Soeiety of East :anld 'est Batlon Rouge Pat'- I ishes by the W1'riter. . By Mrs. Yandell Boatner S""" " "Ný N e* -NNNN Philemon Thomas, soldier and h statesman, was the leader of the force tý which captured Baton Rouge and the d province of West Florida from the rr Spanish. in 1810, and held it as an n independent state for six months, until E it was added to the United States. p The will is here given verbatum: o "State of Louisiana, East Baton Rouge. e "I now being in my sound mind and V knowing that in a short time Ii must leave this world and go to a world of spirits, where dwells my Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, whom P I put my trust in for my eternal sal vation, I make this my last will and a testament, renouncing all other wills f that I have made. Then, first I give to my free Black woman, Sinthea, one hundred dollars to be paid in cash. I also give her the use of the House P and Lot called t...

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. — 10 February 1922

Til DELTA RIFLES The FiIrt UIIr4IshIiips ai(ed:l; Filist Loss of Life; .i Mess of Fish: I)riiien ii Soldiers anad So(ial 'literitai inments " S". 1 ý. ý. iwýf N.""ýý ýNýNýN*fIN*""ýNý"..ýN.""ýý1"ý""ý"ýf"ý"IýN"1ý""ýNý"ý".ýf". Nwf..N. First Hardships Faced; First of Life; A Mess of Fish r prunken Soldiers and Social Enter- t . inemnts. 'he trip from Camp Moore ty New leans was uneventful and tiresome. lwas when placed aboard an old k of a steamboat, the Greg Cloud r passage to Mississippi City the r ltas experienced their first hard- t 'ps. The boat had been out of com jion for years and with the excep of the hull, which had been suffi detly repaired to keep her afloat, all r parts were in most ruinous con lion. The upper or cabin deck was s open that daylight could be seen ktween every beam and as rain came wn in torrents while on our way, ry' soldier of the company was tnched as if outdoors. The Deltas quartered in the cabin while _other company was wn the lower boiler deck. The las...

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. — 10 February 1922

Plays, Players and Playhouses : SAM HARDY LEADING PLAYER IN FINE FILM COMEDY Well Known Actor Finely Cast In a Paramount Picture, "Get-Rich Quick Wallingford." Sam Hardy, who plays the title role in "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford" the screen adaptation of George M. Cohan's famous play, a Cosmopolitan production for Paramount and which will be shown at the Columbia The atre beginning Saturday, is a well known actor. Mr. Hardy is thirty-five years olh and was born in New Haven, Conn. He appeared in many musical come dies and plays including "Princess Pat," the Zeigfeld "Follies," "The Riviera Girl," "La La Lucille," "Stop Thief," "A Pair of Sixes," and "The Charm School." He took leading parts in such motion pictures as "Judy Forgot," "Over Night" and others. The interpretation of J. Rufus Wal lingford, the suave and confident con man by Mr. Hardy is a screen masterpiece. His presence on the screen breathes the part, and no other actor in the country could have portrayed the character wi...

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. — 10 February 1922

OF TiE CIVIL WAR e are all of course familiar with ry, the history of the Civil War of the Confederacy, and all of great war heroes, as it is con - between the covers of a print volume; but that which appears strongly to us is "unwritten or that which is related to h the deer survives of that time, as we sit around the Bing fire and the shadows come go. My mother, is to me, a aus volume containing many in ýting memories, that she never ys of relating. I have treasured few of these hoping to interest yldies this afternoon. :a certain day, it seems, town m1ore crowded with country peo bn usual, when the astonishing -cement was made that "'No *uld leave town", so everyone .ned rushed around to head ,rs, which were then located on h street, in the old home of the 1Mrs. Prudence Leseur, and when sphered into the august presence eneral Dudley, where they natur ýdoped to have some relief from nseness of the situation, some left their babies at home, the was very grandiloquent and 1, and sa...

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. — 10 February 1922

THE UNIVERSAL CAR , PRICES F. 0. B. DETROIT Chasis, regular ............................$285.00 Roadster, regular ..................... *....319.00 Touring, regullar ........................ 348.00 Chassis, with starter ....................... 355.00 Roadster, with starter ...... ....... 389.00 Touring, witlh starter ..................... 418.00 Chassis, with starter and demoluntable rims ... 3 . 80.00 Roadster, with starter and demountable rims .... 414.00 Touring, with starter and demouitable riams .... 443.00 Coupe, with starter and deinountable rims ...... 580.00 Medan, with starter and demountable rinms . ..645.00 Truck, demountable rims and pleunatic tires . . . 430.00 Tracetor, delivered ........................ 465.00 BATON ROUGE MOTOR CO. Telephone No. 802 233 Convention St.

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. — 10 February 1922

OUmR HEROES IN GREY 0UR ý::, ··':':·"""".~ ~~:"""""":~Ot····~· OUR HEROES IN GREY. The following paper ly Mrs. J. S. nson, read at the Reunion of Vet s held in this city a few years was gretted by unusual hearty long continued applause by all thered within Garig hall. IMrs. n was historian of the State ion of Doughters of :he Confed and was and is still one of the loyal, popular and talented -bers. i the last issue of Woman's En arise was published another paper the same author which drew forth Iy complimentary utterances but h through one of those errors 11h frequently occur in newspaper es'we failed to credit for which take this opportunity to apolo lame President, Daughters of the fConederacy, General Shaffer, Vet gans, Sons of Veterans, Ladies and Gentlemen: Ve have within the gates of this a remnant of the most incompar ~ army that ever swept to battle. army whose inspiration was the Mest cause that ever lighted the ib to immorality, and whose lead were the most splendid type ...

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. — 10 February 1922

MEETING HENRY WATKINS ALLEN CHAPTER A large meeting was held of Henry Watkins Allen Chapter, U. D. C., yesterday (Thursday) afternoon and much interest was displayed by those present. Miss Mattie B. McGrath, president, was in the chair. Mrs. Jenks read the minutes of the previous meeting which was approved. The treasurer read her report which show ed a good balance in the link, not withstanding the many donations giv en during Christmas. Resolutions were read by Miss Ade lia Laycock, corresponding secretary, on the death of Mrs. R. Swart, one of the Chapter's beloved members and a letter was read from the family thanking the Chapter for its beauti ful floral offerings. A communication was also read from Mr. Sam Hall, an old veteran at the Soldiers' home, thanking the Chapter for the Christmas box so kindly sent him. Several communications were read. Delegates elected to attend the meetings of the Association of clubs for March and April were: Mrs. W. A. McComb and Mrs. S. M. Robert ...

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. — 10 March 1922

p~ietor and Publisher W OM AN'S...ENSEdited and Managed by Mattie B. McGrath Progressive Women S. OMAN'S ENRTERPR CIS0E,1grePive ony Vol I. No. 9 BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922. Published Monthl RS. WILSON URGES SMUSIC AS BRANCH OF STA TEPUBLIC SCHOOL S rs. H. D. Wilson of Ruston, an of Music for the State Fed "on has sent out the following let to the President of the Federated Madam President: 1jTe question, "Why should we have upervisor of Music and Music as egular branch in the Public Is?" having been asked, the fo! g letter is sent out as an an statements, "It ill add to the of the student;" "It will give idded attraction to the home;" "It help the church service by giving * and better congregational sing " have all been given so often they have ceased to have the they merit. power of singing in building up pride has, however, but recently recognized. Only within the few years have factory and de store employees been gath Stogether to unite in community SThe com...

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. — 10 March 1922

THE DELTA RIFLES B From Social Entertainment to Carrying Sand Bags in Ship Island-Promoted I Sever My Connection With the Company. . "N "*:":!·:++++++*:+:+:+:* +*~~x-:-x... While at Mississippi City the Del- a tas were recipients of several social t entertainments, one of which yet v dwells in my memory notwithstanding r all the intervening years. It was at s the lovely summer home of the Mag- c iness family, the ladies of which in vited the entire company. Owing to r the fact that up to that time our c fatigue suits had been generally t worn the dress uniforms were bright and clean so we presented an exceed ingly fine military appearance when attired therein. r On the occasion referred to com- a pany was formed and with rifles and v full accourtrements, the captain at t the head and lieutenants at their re- v spective stations, was marched to e the hospitable home where arms i were stacked on the lawn and we a were received as honored guests by a the ladies of the household. After...

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. — 10 March 1922

With the Spanish Records 1 of West Florida _. sdM- '''-'-'-"'"'iain i ,3' ~·: '"i""i:" '"kir'iC·""··"ý··:i":·r:· r !ead by H. A. Major at the meet- ri of February 22, 1918.) n declared war against Eng- r' May, 1779. It was on Sep -ber 21, 1779, that Don Bernardo d SClves, Governor of His Most SMajesty's Province of Louisi- f forced the English garrison in -poet of Baton Rouge to surrender, a OI with Baton Rouge also capitu- B the fort at Natchez. The treaty f 1789 did not definitely establish L boundary between the United p and the conquests of Galvez, p spaniards claiming about the 32nd _l as the northern boundary of d wu then West Florida, the ti States claiming the 31st in- ' This contention was ended a by the treaty of 1795, which es- c the northern boundary of E Florida at the 31st parallel. This f did not pass to the United d with the cession of Louisiana I 80O3, but remained in the posses- 1 of the Spaniards until September, v when, under the leadership of c op Thomas and Joh...

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. — 10 March 1922

WOMAN'S ENTERPRISE Published in the Interest of the Club Women of E Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Entered as second-class matter, October 14, 1921, at the postoffice at Baton a Rouge, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ii Address All Communications to Box 15. SUBSCRIPTION: IN ADVANCE .............$1.00 Per Annum p f BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922. lj ti THE NEW COURT HOUSE AND GROUNDS. a Within a very short time the Parish of East Baton Rouge will 4 present to the inspection of its owncitizens and to transcient o visitors a court house of magnificent proportions, beauty of de- tl sign, of roomy and handsomely furnished quarters for officials t and for the transaction of legal affairs and dispensation of justice tl unequaled by any in the state and equaled by few outside the tl largest cities, and it is to be hoped the grounds upon which it p stands will be made to correspond with the building and-not per- il mitted to become as untidy and as neglected as has been the cas...

Publication Title: Woman's Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 10 March 1922

A ACCOMrPLISED By Lavinia H. Egan, ber National Council National Woman's Party. Jow that time has supplied the r perspective, it is possible to from the correct angle of vision with quite sedate judgment the t suffrage campaign of the Na Woman's Party during those lar years immedately pre the passage of the Nineteenth - _ ent. A sore dramatic period than that which Woodrow Wilson, di the affairs of the nation and Paul directed the militant suf Sampaign of the National Wo 4 Party can not be found in the - history. The nations of the were at war: an explosion un ed had disrupted the affairs o world and shocked humanity a great spiritual awakening. Hu thought was so accellerated that e action without the medium itnsition. To think was to do, everybody was thinking as never since civilization began be civilization was at stake. never before in its history, the needed men: as never before it : women, and nobly and won they proved themselves, men wemen alike. :bere any wonder, when the ci...

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. — 10 March 1922

-1I THE UNIVERSAL CAR PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT Chassis, regular ...........................$285.00 Roadster, regular ........................... 319.00 Touring, regular ........................... 348.00 Chassis, with starter ........................ 355.00 Roadster, with starter ...................... 389.00 Touring, with starter ..................... 418.00 Chassis, with starter and demountable rims. ... 380.00 Roadster, with starter and demouitable rims .... 414.00 Touring, with starter and demountable rims .... 443.00 Coupe, with starter and demountable rims ..... 0.f0.00 Sedan, with starter and demountable rims .... . 645.00 Truck, demountable rims and pneumatic tires ... 430.00 Tractor, delivered ........................ 465.00 IS BATON ROUGE MOTOR CO. Telephone No. 802 233 Convention St. f. "

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. — 10 March 1922

Ghosts and Near Ghosts "nýnýnýn n a w . ""H H"MM * *-L AAA * w * a a I am just relating these anecdotes. You may or may not believe them. Your opinion (or mine) has nothing jdo with the stern fact. We are on this side of the curtain bh is not drawn aside. We catch Secho. We see the shadow; th6 sic is down far distant halls. And these are strange experiences .*or what, no man knows, unless it M for the uplifting of the soul; but a would be impossible to many and o vague to others. ;$y friend, whom I have no reason 0doubt, told me that she was spend l the summer in a village where was an eccentric and very re qld lady. The old lady took dislike to me, I thought, and in ed many subtle ways of annoying which she did very sweetly and y, but the climax came after this e, -e had a claim on the house in I was staying and on one oc decided to come there and stay night, .and horror to occupy my . Of course, my mind instantly ted a visit which was planned jlas! a violent storm kept me at so I ...

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. — 10 March 1922

NEW HOTEL THROWS OPEN DOORS HERE The Louisian, the new hotel under the personal supervision of Mr. H. A. Michell which has just opened its doors for the accommodation of the public is unsurpassed by any hostelry in the State in elegance of furnish ing, modern appliances and the very latest method of interior construction and arrangement. The opening of this most modern hotel has solved the problem of housing local and transient patrons in the most up to date and comfortable manner and has met an imperative demand for more aceommodations just when most needed.q There can be no just complaint of lack of accommodation heroafter as the "Louisian" alone is amply pre pared to meet the requirements of the public at present and for many years to come. It is not the intention of Woman's Enterprise to furnish a description of "Louisian's" interior arrangement but rather to congratulate Mr. W. P. Con nell for providing a hotel worthy of the Capital City thus giving evidence of the lively inter...

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. — 10 March 1922

LOUISIANA CLUBS WOMA\'S CLUB, OP'ELOLUSAS. Loi pos The last regular meeting of the woK pelousas Woman's Club was with ide, ss Edith Mayer, Saturday, Febru- wil ary 18th. The president being sick, bra the vice-president, IMrs. John Deb- lea lieux, presided. The roll was called als and minutes of the last meeting were abi read and adopted. mu A' report from the treasurer showed tio that $130.00 was cleared from the ] tacky dance given at the Elks Home me on February ;th. bringing the fund in for the library up to $367.46. inf The chair appointed two commit- toc tees, of three each, to confer with exl the chairmen of the Parent Teacher's acd Association and the High School Ath- me letic Association, offering to both, the cooperation and assistance of the Sc club. The first committee named' was foi tirs. W. -B. Robert, Mrs. Ivan Deb- da lieux and Mrs. W. T. Stewart, who ha were to confer with Mrs. Alex W.* he Robertson, chairman of the Parent an Teacher's Association. The second be, cqi...

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. — 10 March 1922

UF o( / 4 Fashions that Reflect Price Economy as Well as Style The New Dresses Designed Upon Varying Themes Traditions of romance and mystery and old world lure have been ingeniously interwoven with the very texture of the wide-ranging fabrics of these new Frocks, as well as into their marvelous coloring and design. Side by side with exotic conceptions which have the languorous Orient, written upon every line, are spirited creations inspired by the never-idle Middle European peasants an dsimple straightfor ward little affairs that bespeak their outdoor voca tion and their English origination. $25.00 to $75 New Gingham and Jap Crepe Street and House Dresses In solid colors, stripes, plaids, check and combina tion; an ideal tub dress for spring and summer wear $2.98 to $12.50 Tot's New Gingham ' Frocks For all the world like a posy in her blossom-colored Spring Gingham-Simple as Mother's-yes, all of that, but-quite entire nous, Mother's never, never had such lovely smocking, nor such ...

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. — 10 March 1922

g EDUCitTION OF wOmE OF TODAY By PAULINE WRIGHT NICHOLS. Read before the Social Scicnce Club. Present day education must pre fare for living completely 20th cen -ry life. President Jordan of Le nd.Stanford University, in an ad _,ss to his students near the begin of the century said, "Compared $h centuries that are past, the 20th stury, in its broad outlines will be $e the rest. It will be selfish, gen 0us, careless, devoted, fatuous, ef eient. But three of its traits must und out above all others-each d to a higher degree than any der century has known. The 20th ,otury, above all others, will be Snuous, complex, democratic." The characterization applies to wo ji' as well as to men. Before pass :* to the discussion of how present y women are being trained to meet most strenuous, complex and tic age let us recall the stages which the education of the Ameri woman has reached its present fullness. Sven after the first American col for men had been started, Mrs. Adams wrote, "Female educ...

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. — 10 March 1922

U. D. C. DEPARTMENT LOUISIANA DIVISION ROBERT EDWARD LEE. (A Sketch). By Leadocia Robertson Harris, His- 1 torian, Joanna Waddill Chapter, U. D.C. The Lee family in Virginia is at younger branch of one of the oldest families in England. Launcelot Lee, t the founder, was origilally from Lon don in France, and went to England with William the Conqueror. After the battle of Hastings, a fine estate 1 In Essex was bestowed upon him as one of the followers of William, and as a reward of his valor. In the year 1192 Lionel Lee, 'first Earl of 1 Litchfield, ftised a company of ca va1,irs of gentlemen, and accompa nied Richard Coeur de Lion in the 1 third crusade. One Lee after another distinguished themselves in the services of Enland I following each generation. Finally, Richard Lee, youngest son of the house of Litchfield, branched off and!, emigrated to America in the year 1600 and was the founder of the Lee 'family in the colony of Virginia, whose descendents have always oc cupied positi...

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