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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Woman's enterprise. — 1 August 1922

LOUISIAN DIVISION. A 1º71Vtttr..n .r.._ _ ANNIVERSARY OF Tii BATTLE OF BATON ROUGE. On the fifth day of A ugust, 1862, the Battle of Paton Rouge was fought a'nd while not classel among the greater ;attbl? of the (i il iWar was nevertheless cesperate, a::d Iesulted in heavy losses on both sides. The Confederate force was comprised of I Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana and I Mississippi troops and of the local companies were the Delta Rifles, Nar tional Guards, Bynum's Battalion and some cavalry scouts. Gen. Williams commanding the Fed eral forces was killed and Generals l Allen of Louisiana and Clark of Mis- t sissippi and Helm of Kentucky wound- f ed. The last named officer was a r brother-in-law of Mrs. Abraham Lin coln and Major Todd, some say a brother and others a nephew of that P lady, was killed. The Confederate f force numbered 2,200 men with eleven pieces of artillery. The enemy was said to number 5,500 men with 18 p pieces of artillery. e The Federals were driven to the l rive...

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. — 1 August 1922
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. — 1 August 1922

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 demnountable rims .. 414.00 Touring, with starter and demountable rinms . . 443.00 Coupe, with starter and demountable rims .... .580.00 Sedan, with starter and demountable rimns ... 645.00 Truck, demountable rims and pneumatic tires .. 430.00 Tractor, delivered .......................... 465.00 BATON ROUGE MOTOR CO. Telephone No. 802 233 Convention Street

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. — 1 August 1922

U. D. C. DEPARTMERT (Continued from page ten) AN ECHO FROM FLAG DAY. By Lilita Lever Younge. One of the most delightful parties B given recently at the Soldiers' Home. on picturesque Bayou St. John, New bi Orleans, La., was that planned by the Junior Confederate Memorial Associ- si ation, for the amusement of the Gray men of the 60's, the evening of whose lý lives is being passed amid the pleas- S ant surroundings provided by grate- k ful hearts for their declining years. This entertainment has become an an nual institution, and was originated by Mrs. Hickey Friedrichs, the devot ed and efficient president of the Jun- ( iors, the first of the series having taken place more than ten years ago. On the present occasion, graceful little tots as dancers, sweet-voiced singers, and well known musical ar tists, contributed to a program of un usual merit, each number of which - elicited a veritable storm of applause from the gray-clad audience. Time I and again did the far-famed "Rebel Yell"...

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. — 1 September 1922

Edie ind AVaabAd b Proprietor and Publisherj Eited and Managed by1± U4 L SiV4 U jW i Progressive Women Mattie B. McGr o4an n Pr VOL. 2. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. NO. COMMUNITY SERVICE COPES TO THIS CITY Organizer Here to Assist in Develop velopment of Community-Wide Program of Leisure Time Activities. A program of wholesome recreation for everybody in the community is about to be established. Several months ago through the initial efforts of the Civic Association arrangements were made with the national Com munity Service to send an organizer and assistants to Baron Rouge. The splendid work being done in other Louisiana cities and elsewhere created a strong desire for the movement here, John E. Mitchell, community or ganizer, of San Antonio, arrived in the city several days ago and met Monday with the temporary commit tee appointed during the visit of Mr. Randall. advance representative. Mr. Mitchell organized the Community Service in Shreveport, Monroe and Lake Cha...

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. — 1 September 1922

LOUISIANA DIVISION. 1 CAMP MOORE CHAPTER, U. D, C, A most enjoyable meeting of Camp Moore Chapter U. D. C. was held at Midway Farm near Kentwood Friday, August 4th with Mrs. E. R. Elliott, the charming young hostess who en tertained in honor of her house guests, Mrs. C. R. Elliott and sirs. W. W. Buntin. Mrs. Fred C. Kolman, President of Louisiana Division U. I) C. was an honored guest, as was Mrs..Jesse P. Wilkinson, prominent club woman of New Orleans who is a member of Camp Moore Chapter. Mrs. Kolman was gladly welcomed by her chapter upon her first ap pearance there as President of thej Division and presided at the meeting which was almost 100% attended. Much important business was trans acted. She brought the work of the Division before the chapter, and was accorded hearty cooperation from its members. Mrs. Wilkinson also ad dressed the meeting and spoke beau tifully of her girlhood days in Tangi pahoa, the memory of which had caused her to unite with Camp Moore Chapter and ple...

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. — 1 September 1922

AMUSEMENTS ARE ARTISTS EXCUSED FROM TEMPTATION? World's Leading Beauty Poses in Great Photoplay. A question that few motion-picture productions have dared to touch-that of physical attraction of women to men whose ideals are supposed to elevate them above human passion, has been presented in a six-reel pho toplay that reveals life in a certain portion of society that no other pic ture has yet touched upon. The startling photoplay is called "Heedless Moths" and stars the world's most renowned beauty and ar tist's model-Audrey Munson, whose experiences within the walls of artists dens have recenly filled the press and taken the country by surprise. "Heedless Moths" is the first pic ture that devotes itself to the trials and pitfalls that surround every step of an innocent artist's model. The struggles of every young girl to pre serve her honor are disclosed by Au drey Munson, who enacts her own ex periences before us. a The artists are not always to blame4 for the temptation that conf...

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. — 1 September 1922

WOMANS' ENTERPRISE Published in the Interest of the Club Women of Baton Rouge, La. Official Journal Sixth District, Louisiana Federated Women's Clubs, Louisi ana State Division, U. D. C. Entered as second-class matter, October 14, 1921, at the postoffice at Baton Rouge, La., under the Act of March :. 1879. Address All Communications to Box 15. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. The Model Road is about as good and smooth a road as gravel roads can be but there are two dangerous turns some short dis tance beyond Ward's Creek that should, if funds are available, be straightened out or else sooner or later death will be dealt some good person or persons. If those short turns were eliminated and a dozen or so of reckless speeders were to break their necks a fair degree of safety would be assured careful drivers of auto mobiles. JUDGE REID APPEALS TO WOMEN VOTERS. Elsewhere in this issue of Woman's Enterprise will be found a card addressed to the women voters of this parish by Jud...

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. — 1 September 1922

EXTRACTFROMIE- iod Af OF"ROaI I . stately TERSOF"OUND.T through had see WORLD" TRAVELER anythin Someho (Katherine Hill) talk ures,of We left Venice, beautiful Queen of talk o Sea, at eight o'clock the morning of stranyg November 6th, going out to the ship tions, a anchored in the lagoon, in gondolas stopped instead of a tender, so as to be thor oughly in keeping. I am now writing called1 far out on the purple waters of the stewed Mediterranian, and on the most per- though fectly beautiful, perfectly appointed ternoon ship I ever saw, by name, "Esperia," had sue which I take for an encouraging omen, trip tha as our faces are at last turned dei- fell bef nitely to the East. I have a cabin to landsca myself, the loveliest title room imag- dreams, inable, the brass bed hung with dainty fully c white silk curtains and with every thing a sort of convenience and comfort. The tinctne; china, glass and linen in the dining- and evd room are simply exquisite-one won- eyes-t ders how such beaut...

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. — 1 September 1922

U. D. C. DEPARTMENT .Continued from page two) tGeorge Davenport, Ernest Lambert and Miss Maggie Frank. Mr. Lobell though ill for many months bore suffering uncomplaining. !y as he had the hardships of the Civ_ ]1 War. Death was expected at any time, nevertheless, his loss is sadly felt by mourning relatives and num erous friends, including the rapidly narrowing circle of survivors of the cause for which he so manfully and faithfully struggled, among whom were some who were companions of his boyhood. He lived a good and an honorable life and he died a christian death. Peace to his ashes. ----0-o Mrs. Florence C. Tompkins reports the fo!lowing U. D. C. scholarships to oe filled at once. Applicants may see Mrs. Tompkins and committee at Memorial Hall, Monday, Aug. 28th at 31:0 : P. M. 1. Loyola University, pre-medical; 2. Loyola University, conditional; :=. Gulfport Military Academy; 1. Seashore Camp Grounds; 5. Rugby Academy; ý;. Katherine Bres' School. 7. Holy Name Academy. 4. Univer...

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. — 1 September 1922

THE WOMAN CITIZEN. Would Outlaw Mars. There is one great desire surging up in the breasts of both men and women today. In women, it is surg ing even a little more than in men; and in some more than in others. This desire is that war shall never be again. Women are more keen for it than their mates, because it is harder to love and stay at home and wait than it is to go and fight; and the hearts of woman-kind have perhaps bled more through the ages, at the rav ages of war, than those of the stern er sex. A few years ago, it seemed a Uto pian dream-to put an end to war. It was a beautiful ideal we held up as a motive for the World War, but we did not more than half believe it practical Now, with associations of all kinds in many nations, joining hands in the effort, we feel that it is only a matter of time until we shall beat our swords into plow-shares. Working systematically, earnestly. and specifically for this purpose are:: the International League for Peace, of which Jane Adams 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. — 1 September 1922

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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. — 1 September 1922

BUY YOU At SHOME - -LIST YOUR with these firms of Baton Rouge who :make a specialty of handling RE/L EsTUTE .. TII ,·-. ..' ,',' " " IIt~- - For Sale' Nice 5-room bungalow, with large lot, eastern exposure, on Decatur Street. Price $3150 with small cash payment, O balance $30 per month. (ti. A few nice corner lots, also inside lots, in Wilsoni Place with ()t city water, city lights, and graveled streets. Liberal terms. 11 Elegant 6-room home, with two bath rooms, large brick- . i floored garage, coal house, all modern conveniences, ac- ri cessible to two street car lines. Price and terms attractive. Large lot, 134 x 120, on North Street, splendid neighbor hood, with side walks and shade trees. Price $5800 with exceptional terms. in Gottlieb & Percy Salesmiall' Guy M. Powers 307 Kernan Bldg. Phone 350 FOR SALE Seven room bungalow, bath, breakfast room, back and front porch. In Roseland Terrace, one half block from Golden Rod Ave., lot 40 x 120, a good house and almost new. Price ...

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. — 1 September 1922

0, 1 0 A11 A0 THE UNIVERSAL CAR SPRICES F. 0. B. DETROIT hassis, regular ........................... 285.00 Roadster, regular .......................... 3 19.00 TouriFng regulahr ....................... 348.00 Chassis, with starter ....................... 355.00 Roadster, with starter ....................... 389.00 ' Touring, with starter ....................... 418.00 Chassis, with starter and demnountable rims .... 380.00 Roadster, with starter and demountable rihus .4.. 14.00 Touring, with starter and delnountable rims .. 443.00 C('oupe, with stater and delolnltable iilils ..... 580.00 Sedan. with starter and deountaheble riS . .... 645.00 Truck, deuountable rins and pne,,matic tires .. 430.00 Tractor, delivered .................... 465.00 II SBATON ROUGE MOTOR CO. i jTELEPHONE NO. 802 233 CONVENTION ST. I I' '1o ri g 0eu a . . . . . . . . . . . ..3 8 0 Ch sss wih sa tr . . . . .0.. . . . . .3 5 0 Ro d tr ihsa tr . . . . . . . . . . . .3 9 0

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. — 1 September 1922

Mending Mandy (From Pine Wood Stories by the late Mrs. Addie McGrath Lee.) The corn fields wore soft shades of tan and golden. They stretched away to the dark green woods, now almost gray with the September haze hung over them. The blue of the sky melted into this gray green edge, and when the sunset rimmed it with gold, it had the delusive effect of a brighter world, that lay beyond, separated from the little village by a barrier of sweet smelling forest trees. But none dwelt in that village whose mind went beyond their accustomed setting. No spirit abided there who grew restless under present limita tions. If the daily routine of farm life, the endless task of sowing and reaping, grew irksome no one com plained. If the hands let fall the plow handle it was from some physi cal inability; not because an aspiring mind reached out into that dream world beyond the edge of an individ ual horizon. Contentment clothed like a garment the inhabitants of that village, set among the hills. Th...

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. — 1 September 1922

Life Among Filibustersi BY GENERAL JOHN J. McGRATH. ... ..... . . .... ~; s rin+Tt ' I! Assigned as a Compositor on the Of- it. ficial Journal El Nicaraguense. th . March to Rivas. Ei My last chapter closed just as If e was delivered by an escort of flannel a shirted soldiers to the chief of the ie newspaper El Nicarguense, a volun- oi teer, a volunteer, such as I noticed ie not long after when a guard appeared IH in the plaza with two natives whose w arms were tied behind them by strong i ropes and who were accompanied by tl a note to the commandante which f read: "I send you by a sergeant andI detail of soldiers two volunteers for . service. Keep a close watch on the c rascals or they will escape. Send the ropes back." Placed against my will f in the printery I was in the same class . of volunteers as the bound wretches. It True, no ropes had bound me but I was put to work against my will just the same. I had reached Granada with the intention of becoming a sol dier but before ass...

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. — 1 September 1922

PAST AD PRESNT OF THE ICE TRADE Ice Once Brought by Flatboats Now l Manufactured Almost at Our Door. Ice manufactured artifically and brought daily to our doors contrasts 3trangly with times within the mem ory of many persons yet living. Ice, now one of the necessities of every household was in early days of Baton Rouge a luxury enjoyed by the well to do only and beyond the reach of the lower classes. It may be stated c as a fact many persons of this parish arrived at the age of maturity without 1 having ever drank a glass of icel cooled water as people in years agone relied upon a jug lowered in a well t for drinking water, more or less cool, f to satisfy thirst. r In early day and up to about 1850 c New England ice brought to New Or. e leans on ships and thence by steam- 0 boat to Baton Rouge and other river towns in limited quantity was the only method of obtaining the congealed d fluid. Those who could afford it had lý ice shipped to them in large iron bound I casks, but the mas...

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. — 1 September 1922

Mending Mandy , (Continued from page eleven) blackness of a starlight night, Mandy I still sat thinking. CHAPTER II. Old Uncle John Alsen, who sat on a table in the corner of the impro vised ball room, was pouring his soul out in the good old dancing tune, "Cotton Eyed Joe," and it was im possible for young feet to keep still, or the old ones in the company, for that matter. His youngest son, Jim, was beating time on the upper part F of the fiddle strings with knitting t needles, which gave the effect of ac banjo accompaniment. Jim and Un- _ cle John were a whole orchestra in themselves, though they had but the , one instrument between them. The I boys and girls in the whole country l said "Uncle John's fiddle could jest l out en out talk, an' him an' Jim was a er whole team by themselves." n They were a "whole team" that a night at Catamount Bend, and Aman- h da Johnson was the acknowledged n belle of the ball. Partners vied with s each other in being gallant. She did / rot live in...

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. — 1 September 1922

Do You Want Valuable Goods Free! Read Ads and Explanation BOULEVARD DRUG STORE Phone 14 Fast Delivery "Only the Best" BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA Boning Wall Paper Store E. J. McDonald, Manager Wall Paper, oo00111 Mouldings andl Paints Corner Main and St. Anthony Streets Phone 971 Baton Rouge, La. Crabs. Shrimlp and Fish of all Kinds Received Daily at the Star Fish Market Phone 383-J. Quick Delivery. 1310 Government St. "Most Modern Servire Stat ion South" (Rest Room for Ladies) Tires, Vulcanizing, Batteries, G(as 825 Main St. Fall Season SEEDS-PLANTS-POULTRY FEEDS Phone 348 245 Main St. Lehmann's Seed Store EATMOR The Fanlous Bread, favorite of the HIousewives. EATMOR SANITARY BAKERY Convention Street Gee. J. Granger ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Mazda Lamps, Electrical Supplies and Fixtures 707 Main Street PHONE 2237 BATON ROUGE, LA.. DUPUY'S PHARMACY "The Store of Service" .12 Main St. Phone 176 Baton Rouge, La. For the Best Groceries go to Daigle's Grocery Convention and Eleventh Sts. Satisf...

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. — 1 September 1922

William Wordsworth-An Appreciation (By Belle Baron, student at Columbia Universicy.) auring the past weeks I have c nfi to know a little the patriaeh of Eng lish poetry. He has tak, n'e to un known lands, to mountain si 'p and hills, to silent la't-s and green woods; and I have look,'d with hir: up to a tranquil sky who.e ciould ar,l star, shine with a beauty whic, reflects it self in all I see. So much has Words worth meant to me that when I shall have forgotten mans' of his words and thoughts, I shall still experience a deeper joy for having looked at na ture with his eyes. When I think of Wordsworths poems the characteristic that stands out most forcibly in my mind is his extraordinary power of portraying nature. His cry was "Nature, nature," and he seemed to be endowed with a capacity to feel and appreciate its influence: "In November Days. When vapours rolling down the valleys made A lonely scene more lonesome; among woods At noon; and 'mid the salm of summer nights, When, by t...

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