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Sale of Broken Sizes in
Women's High and Low Shoes
Seasonable Styles, at Substantial Reductions
In I cop,,iný with our policv (,f taking the shoes from our
,r, ,! , "': J · % iie tlr y are still seasonal )e and stylish and
,llttIi - '!'t_ li \\e oeffe r this ulu ualli\ sple- ndid assurtme t
1 !t' -tx Ic- alli s :irze ar so \ariel that e\er\ early cmuer
i! i .,l rea' l-a !)alv :ure of finindin a model to fit her.
J:tll tl:e lhiith and low shoe, represent styles taken forni
the ,;,kin hlots of this season's stock. They include Oxfords
in a-isi. ,ale bIrown. gray and beige shades. Pumlp in gray
kidl. '. ilite cadl\t. and Higlh sh,e, ini white washable kid.
.% $1 o.4) BlINrwn Oxford with White Wa.shable Kid Boots;
French heel .iand turned sole--- French heels; turned sale. .5.95
6.(3 White ('anvas Hoots; French
.n 88.4MI) Itrown Oxford with heels; turned soles; while the
French heel and turnel sale-- lots were unbroken they sold for
3.2, $6.0.o0 and $7.40; broken sizes
An 811.40 G(ray Kid Oxford on sale ................ 3.43
with French he-I and turned .nother Lot of White ('anvall
sole ................... .5 t.,ots \hich sold for $5.00 and
A1 $14.140 4 eiaei.' Oxford with $,.541, on sale ..........2.95
French hi(i. l iriie'1 sole. .5.85
.ln $141) (.ray: Kid Oxford- O)ne 4It of White Wa.shable
2-,5. Kid Bir i ts from Laird. Schober
& (' ; Frenchi heels ...... 7.M 3
.in $n.50 (Gray Kid Pump with
French heel. tiurnell sole. .5.25 .A Lot of Laird, Seholr &
.1 Lot of $(1.8)b White ('anvrs ' o.'s White Putmnpc, with ivory
Ikmts. with ('uban heels..2.15 5 oles and canvas heels .... .L.8
\ (li-l,lay of the-c she- of splendllid quality is in our
fr,,nt \ inl \\ . \ I,,k at them. \\ ill c m roi sce ,tu of" the ad
\isalility t i conin g in earl to get your pick.
Holmes Women's Shoe Section-Second Floor
D. H. Holmes Co.
ma. LNP a o.,. .. LIMITED A,,sr1ý "
Bring All of ,
to Us -
for the Best
Greatest Care -- Lowest Prices
We talle exceptional pride in our prescrip
The purest drugs-the greatest sKill and care
tn compounding them-the honest adherence
to every instruction-are all absolutely neces
sary to give you exactly what the doctor has
Your life may be endangered by the slight
est mistaKe. So go where you Know your pre
scription will be handled in an absolutely
scientific and proper manner.
We give prompt attention to all prescriptions.
Thus you do away with needless delay.
(Successor to Peter Rupp)
Cor. Bermada, Eliza and Verret Sts.
SPRADA'S CAFE .*^ T.,REvE
The Best Beers, Wines, Liquors, Sandwiches, Etc.--Phone Alg. 9115. *
NOON DAY LUNCH
BELLEVILLE and ELIZA
Phone Algiers 408
Wemon Ol--I pt....... ..Oc40 Red Beans.............. 1e lb.
Wemon Ol-i pt. 8 oz....... 50c White Beams ........... ..10c lb.
Weson O11--1 qt. ..........80c Small Lima Beans ...... l1c Ib.
Weso Oll--1 qt. 7 o......Oe. C large Lima Beans ......15¢ Ib.
Compond iArd, 2 Ibs for . .S3c Merry Widow Beans ....10e Ib.
8tilver Leaflrd ....... .8e lb. Pink Beans............1ke b.
Douglas Oil for a8lads . .40c pt. Black Eye Peas ......... 10e Ib.
Pompedan Olive O ....2.50 qt. Cow PeBas .............10e lb.
Iea Milk ................ ..e1 Sweet PotatoeaS- lb. can... .i23e
RIgolla Milk ............. 19c Splnach-- Ib. cans ........e
D im lk ............... e Sauer Krant-3 Ib. cams ...11
Idbb Milk-1.....4 o. ......... c (rLs- Ib. can .........8c
Pet Evaported Mlk ....... 15e Hominy--.8 Ib. cas ........ 12c
ebe 8kimme Milk ....... l a1 Gauittards pure Ohocolate-I
Octemam Soa ........4 tor see AMmc Soap...............6c
Sir brap .................Te Lnamox Soap ................ee
Map seeoap ......... .....6e 8pte and Spa. Soap.........Se
Cm amasye p ...........e oom so ............... oon... e
Pearl So .................e Oetgn Powdera..... for tsee
s soap .................ie Pal om e soap .....s for sbe
WE ALLOW NO ONE TO U NDIwSElL US
CIVIL IISTRICr' (CtORT. r
J. E. Dunshie vs. C. S. Thompson. C
judgment for plaintiff, $200, etc. -
Succession of Mary MoMahon, op
positions submitted. r
,IENS AND PRIVILEGES. [
Mrs. Mary Kennedy to Thos. V. c
Sharp. $148 for work and materials
furnished on property. Pelican, Pa- I
cific. Elmira Aves., and Alix.--Guste. J
JOHNSON IRON WORKS GIVEN $
Upon instructions from Judge
Foster. the jury trying the case of
the ('uy.mel Fruit C'ompany vs
Johnson Iron Works, asking damages
for delayed repair work to the
steamer .\moa. Saturday returned
a verdict of $41116.62 in favor of the
Johnson Iron Works, supporting the
defendant's reconventional demand.
RItEAL ESTATE TIRANSFERS.
Walter Ga. Wedig to Frank P. Mc- I
WHERE GERMAN ASSEMBLY CONVENES
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off 5i:;, : .. jii
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This is the Royal theater in , esimar, where the (Germsan national assem
bly is In session to try to settle the future government of the country.
SMaine lumbermen prefer to use i
steaml log hauliers now on long roads.
The average load hauled by two horses
is generally less than 3,000 feet, hoard C
measure. Under fair conditions the
steam log hauler will haul about 7.000)
feet on a set of sleds. A train of six r
sleds which can be taken along han
dily by the log hauler wtuld contain I
about 40.000 feet.
Save Time at SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEGE
By mastering the grea Spencerian Shorthand and practical Twentieth Century
Bookkeeping and the most up-to-date methods of penmanship. Rapid calculation.
office practice and business English.
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS
Main 106. 711 COMMON STREET
is now handling for this territory
The Great Republic Tire
and Rubber Mfg. Co.
A COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND
512 Hibernia Bank Bldg.
General Auto Repairing.
Oils, Gasoline and Accessories
General Electric Work
Electric Irons and fans
House Wiring a Specialty
HERBERT L. HARDING
Ph.o. Aig. 445 Opelousas & Veilett
-- ~~~~~----;C _eL~J~IP~II·~_~~~l-~~--
Donald, portion Verret. Patterson,
Olivier and .Delaronde, $1,200, terms
Mrs. Florence Brown to Bernard
Daste. 8 lots Nelson, Copernicus,
Barataria and other property, $
,Luke Gillin to Third District
,Building Association, lot Market.
Jackson. Elmira and Pacific Ave..
Purchaser to Mrs. Sarah Neafus,
same prbperty. $2300, terms.
J. WV. Feeny. owner and builder;
shed. Eliza. Bouny, Seguin and Peli
'icaIl Ave., $200.
Eureka Homestead Association.
owners, Hugh A. O'Keefe builder.
Store and residence. Opelousas and
- Iacific. Elmira and Evelina, $4.279.
An Englishman has invented a cover
for hatcheslays on vessels that oper
e ates on the principle of a roll top desk.
Electric service is available In 10,
,, 613 connmmunities In the United States,
d compared with 3..)i4. served with gas.
,e A railroad In England supplies toys
o for chilhlren taking long journeys to
x relieve the monotony of riding.
I. For edibles served in glasses a glass
n has been invented with a sort of
Ipocket on one side to hold a spoon.
r1"L .. .t om -ý ý ._._ ý... _ _ ý . . -
Born to aIr. and Mrs. W\alter Lilly
of ILa\ergne Street.-a boy.
I Born to lr. and MIrs. Jas. Kepper
r of Verret Street.-a boy.
New Orleans & Lower Coast R. R.
Effective May 3, 1919
Round Trip to Oak Point ......... .........$ .54
Round Trip to Riverside .................... .81
Round Trip to Myrtle Grove ................. 1.08
Round Trip to Point-A-La-Hache .............. 1.35
Round Trip to Buras ....................... 1.62
Fares quoted include War Tax.
Leave Algiers on No. 5--5:00 P. M. Saturdays
Or Leave Algiers on No. 3-8:05 A. M. Sundays
Return to Algiers on No. 2-9:45 A. M. Sundays
Or Return to Algiers on No. 4-7:45 P. M. Sundays
G. J. SMITH - - - - Gen'I Passenger Agent
New Exchange Telephone Rates
at Various Points
NEW schedule of telephone exchange rates will
become effective at various points in Louisiana and
Mississippi on May 1 by direction of the Operating
Board of the United States Telegraph and Telephone
Administration, acting under the order of the Postmaster
General of the United States.
As is well known, all of the lines and property of this
company are now in the possession, control and are be
ing operated by the United States government under the
direction of the Postmaster General of the United States.
The new rates are necessary in order that additional
revenue may be secured by the government to meet the
increased operating expenses. The causes which make
greater telephone revenue necessary are due to the new
conditions and the new price levels introduced by the
war and are entirely beyond the control of the United
States Telegraph and Telephone Administration or of the
More than two years ago the company foresaw that the
telephone system would be operated at a loss unless the
rates could be adjusted to meet the increasing costs of
all elements entering into the production of service. A
similar rate adjustment would have been unavoidable
under private control and the new rate schedule is prac
tically the same we would have sought in 1918 if the
government had not taken possession of our property.
As stated by the Postmaster General, the owners of the
telephone system do not benefit in any way from the rate
changes. Practically all of the increased operating ex
penses which require this additional revenue are due to
increased wages paid to employes to enable them to meet
the new conditions of life in the present day.
It is neither practicable nor desirable to reduce wages,
and so far as wages are concerned we believe that portion
of the increased operating expenses to be permanent.
The new rate schedules are fair and reasonable and the
percentage of increased revenue which it will produce is
much lower than the increased cost of other services and
commodities of a similar character.
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
The marriage of Miss lBlanche
'Vezien to Mr. Percy J. Lauintii wa\
quietly celebrated on Friday night
The attendant- w'ere Miss 'idrt«I
Vezien and .Mlr. Ernest Vezien, sister
and brother of the bride The yun:a
i(o1pleh' left the salte night for At
lanta. where they will resilde.
HI11 :I)IlIt N I)-WlEIIL.
)n .Monday. at 7;:,) p in . at the
,ly Nnme IRetory. \li.; .' Frela
Weber and Mr. W\illiatn lih, r.Ilt,
of I': itic Avenue were united iii the
holy bonds of matrimony'. ReIt. 1'. 1.
The attelndanits were Miss ('artio
lHildebrand. sister eof the aroom. atid
M r. Fred ('ayari. After theo ,ere
maniiiy the bridl:l party and Mlr. Rolert
(;allinghouse motored to West Enud
and then to Kolb' lRestaurant. where
slupper was enjoyed.
The young couple n\ ill leave shortly
for Biloxi. w'vhere they will spend
The yotung coullle. who were the
recipients of many 'ostly presentsi.
are at home to their friends at tlio
1 t14 ' II I LLS
'I .'1 lb IITy
.'.t,:.! ' " any class ot
- o r mill 00.
House Bill Lunmb
r ,m- our Carroll.to
\n , u a ,: 'rtz and New
-,: . . t : rn : lots ortrLek
"Not in Any
HORTMAN CO,, Ic,
:1111 Ic'\ l OIilnT). - AV.
IEl'. I 1--'.'I.xN T 2112
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