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Leading Business Women fe "ca
MISS VALLEY SEITZ. Aboi
Miss Valley Seitz is a young woman came a
of marked ability and is one of the Mr. Ja
leading younig women in the business great a
life of this city. ing a
The subject of this sketch is a native In c
of Baton Rouge and received her ed- dent o
ucation at St. Joseph's Convent. She ency v
taught school for several years after ness.
which she accepted a position in the
Louisiana National Bank where she
has remained ever since. She is now As
one of its most valued employees and to mf
is holding the responsible position of burde
the head of the collection department. ery s
Miss Sentz has during this time de- and 1
voted herself to literary lines, having the hi
written scenarios which were accepted, Rolg
stories, poems, etc. She has won many beaul
prizes both in this cityand New Or- glass
leans by writing the best and most first
applicable advertisements, and won the Love
prize, among many competitors for the all t
best slogan for the Bank of Baton line
Her latest achievement is the pub- H
lication of a little book entitled obst
"charms" which has been most fav- lead
orably received and its sales make it
a pronounced success. Every one who
has ead this interesting and charming
little book has found something in it siti
w ch teaches a lesson that will makeDer
life brighter for them by giving oth- A.
ers a- kindly thought and a happy the
MRS. LILLY BELL KNOX. Ithe
Among the business women of Bat- eni
on Rouge none have been more suc- sol
cessful in her undertakings than Mrs.u
Lilly Bell Knox, and she is the only qif
bpsiness woman who maintains a real
estate office of her own, where great th
volunms of business are transacted to
every day. it
Mrs. Knox is a hustler in every.w
sense of the word. Fourteen years
ago she opened up a real estate busi
ness which has grown in proportion to
the city. Her transactions and fair
dealings have gained for her the con- o
fidence of the community and in all
big real estate deals Mrs. Knox is in
About the first of January she be
came associated in her business with
Mr. James T. Amiss, a young man of
great ability and together they are do
ing a wonderful real estate business.
In connection with this she is Pr'esi
dent of the Progressive Insurance Ag
ency which is lso doing a large busi
e MRS. M. E. RICHARD.
A number of years ago a widow left
d to make her way in life took up the
burden and opened up a small crock
ery store. To-day though her energy
e- and business ability she owns one of
Sthe largest stores of its kind n Baton
' Rotge. Her stock consists of the most
W beautiful and varied, China, silver,
r- glassware and every thing needed in
st first class goods can be found there.
he Lovely bric-a-brac, toys, baskets and
be all that goes to make up a beautiful
on line of goods con be found at Mrs.
b Her pluck and energy overcame all
led obstacles and she is now one of the
si leading merchants of Baton Rouge.
vho MRS. MARY A. HERGET.
mtg Perhaps ine of the most difficult po
akesitions to hold with credit is that of
th-e Dean of the Co-ed body, but Mrs. Mary
th- A. Herget has held this position for
PPthe past year with marked ability.
While she is firm and determined with
the young women in her charge, she
is kind and sympathetic and is young
sBute- enough to enter into their joys and
Mrs. sorrows and to advise them in all
only questions that come up in the college
only life of these young women.
real Mrs. Herget is the right woman in
great the right place and the University is
ted to be congratulated upon its choice and
its selection of such a clever, capable
busi- MRS. T .P. SINGLETARY.
o fair Among the businest women in Bat
con- on Rouge is Mrs. T P Singletary,
who personallY manages her many in- to the r"
terests. She is the Secretary and was deci
Treasurerof the Baton Rouge Business until sc
College, President of the Sunday Icould be
News; runs a large apartment house; The y
owns two large office buildings; and Good wt
a number of residences in the city, be- tht Da
sides other interests too numerous to Allen C
mention. .Mrs. Singletary wtti al a'ild wil
her business transactions is always a use
sweet and even tempered with a smile To h
and cheerful word for all who come in ant foi
contact with her. diers' I
She is prominent in all club work in one of
the city and takes a great interest in ter.
the Orphans' Home, the Baton Rouge donati
Sanitorium, the Daughters of the Con- mas d
federacy, etc. She attends the meet
ngs of these organizations as a di
vision and keeps up with the women'sI
activties of the Capital City.
4 HENRY WATKINS ALLEN
United Daughters of the Confederacy TH
Henry Watkins Allen Chapter, U. V
D. C., was organized on February 7,
1910, with twenty-five charter mem- SEN
bers nd the Chapter has grown, and DAI
prospered during these years scatter- CIT
ing many good deeds behind them.
Although the membership ,was limited
to about sixty, so many have re
quested admittance to the Chapter
that about eighty congenial, patriotic
L women are enrolled at the present
time. hdb h
111 The first work accomplished by the
Chapter was the establishment of a
. rest and reading room for the vete
rans. Beautiful quarters were opened
in the Elk's Theatre kBuilding and a
veteran was placed in charge. Here
for a few years the meeting place was A
quite a rendezvous and many veterans
coming to Baton Rouge would enjoy
a, visit to these quarters. However,
the climb up the steep steps proved
too much for old men and the trip up I
:o the rooms became irksome, and it
was decided to close the headquarters
until some place more convenient
could be found.
The years have gone on and much
good work hes been accomplished by
tht Daughters of Henry Watkins
Allen Chapter who are always ready
adl willing to assist in any worthy
To help in making life mtore ples
ant for the old veterans at the Sol
diers' Home in New Orleans has been
one of the chief objects of the Chap
ter. Each Christmas a substanal
donation has been sent for the Christ
mas dinner, besides comfortable ar
ments have been given each inmate.
Last year when the influenza had be
come an epidemic at the Home, the
Chapter through the efforts of its
president and. by the kindress and
genorosity of the citizens of Baton
Rouge, nearly four hundred dollars
was sent to relieve the sufferings of L0
the old men, to get unrses and other- The
wise to fight this dreaded diseose. T
During the World War Henry Wat- --
kins Allen Chapter contributed $105
to the hospital at Neuilly, France, ma
king the second largest donation in
the State from the Daughters of the
Confederacy. Besides that, its mem
bers were earnest workers in the Red
Cross giving up their entire time to
thie splendid work.
A former Baton Rougean, Mr. Sam
Hall, an inmate at the Soldiers' Home
has been adopted by the Chapter and 1
many little courtesies have been ex
tentet him to help cheer his lonely and a F
Annually a picnic is tendered the
local veterans whiih is an event looked "IN V
forward to most eagerly. A drive out
to Cheatham's, where under the shade
of the grand old oaks a splendid din- A seria
ner is served is always an olcasion of A rolli
great pleasure to not only the vete- A mana
rans but to the members of the Chap- the
ter as well. One of the immense YOU
oaks has been dedicate4 to the memory See
f Governor Henry Watkins Allen, Wate
the war governor, for whom the Chap- A
ter has been named. for n
Ten dollars was cohtributed to the ing o
Good Fellows last Christmas for the Sp
poor children and many other contri- Susp
butions for worthy causes have been it
made from time to time. and
The Chapter took out one share of
stock in the Woman's Building and
heartily endorsed the purchasing of
or to the property. s 66
is an The following arethe officers for
a the ensuipg year: Miss Mattie B. A V
Le-colo MlcGrath, president; Mrs. L. K.
1 most Williams, first vice-president; Mrs. Ada
7 pret R. Swart, secbnd vice-president; Mrs.
Lad the J
fabrid the Jack Laycock, third vice-president;
bin Mrs. Roger ourgeois, fourth vice
ig tory president; Miss Adelia Laycock, sec- She
nel at retary; Mrs. Earle E. Jenks, recording Spl
ot two secretary; Miss Mabel Creighton, .an'
id back. treasurer, and Miss Tal Cheatham,
is now- ..'
iecorntO Mrs. J. A. Womack and childrefn
ibe i have returned from Vicksburg and
the a other points to the camp of Mr. Wo
Sg mack where they enjoyed a visit of t4
id rlbbou several weeks. 1a
Miss Pearl Watson and little nephew N
Billy Watson left Tuesday for a visit
to different points in Texas. a
u Mrs. Kemp Smith left during the a
week for a visit in the mountains of
FOR SALE be s an
One choice lot in Garden City. Lots in University Place, Scotland. die are
One acre lots near Sotland, fine for country homes. A few lots from this comn
One acre lots near Scotl datned s ion of Elm Grove Garden eto
four to ten acres in that famous subdivisn oEGr Gade one
Farms, near Scotland. another.
C. H. RICE armt g
set on I
Baton Rouge, La. narrow
Phone 651. 341 Flordia Street. ar bn
To the DemocratVoters of the Parish of East News;
To the Democra owns t
Baton Rouge: sides (
Sfor the mentic
announce my candidacy for
I hereby th ai herwebt
nomination as Representatie from the paris h and e
nomoatoncsed the Hong V. D. contaS
of East Baton Rouge, to scceed D. the
igne A. VAN A. the C
Cline, resigned. SA anit
TO TIlE VOTERS OF TAl! BAISH OF r
EAST BATON ROUGE: u
I beg to announce that I shall be a candi- h
I beg to announcefrom this Parish to fill t
date for RepresentatiVe from C
the vac rceasd by resignation of the lon.
thevaanc cusd by YSEig .
'the vacancy IERMANN MOY8E.
Dan D. Cline.
too much for old men and the meni
The StoreWhere Values
Werfor Meng"heStr Supreme"~eg
AFurore for Organdie come an
the old I
wise to i
to the h(
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. . s as straight or t' Ithe
gl,; ANDlJiE has long sfnce paSuts j'.
the popular stage and progressed t0oo
to a mdsummer furore. Getting well and
under way last year, thetie in its fa- mal
vs has swept past everything in the 1
way of fabrics this seaon-thieri 9a org
hapPy madness for it in all colors. Its of
daintiness lends distinCtion and -re- t
fnemeat to the most commonplace ad likm
the most daring hues; familiar ones, ilo
like navy and brown, have a new tot
charm in it, and high colors-purple, is
od, cherry and the lik are at their th
best in such sheer stuff inor
The last models presented In gan' TI
die are nearly all in two colors, and h
this combinatiol is achived by using bi
one color fora foundation, with an w
overdress in another or by using one
color in accessories and trimmings on
another. buwarsi * thr 1e4)mtl P
ca figre a e cut out fo trimming, b
set on the dress as desired, and hem. t
stitched in,'or tucks are edged with f
narrow borders in a contrasting colonr
or bands of it are introduced in skirt
and bodice and hemstltched along the
* edges. Bands with picot edges are
I sed In frills and ruchilhiS and ap
piit (l il tity % as straight or Ie the
tooned ruffles, large disks or squares, T
and numberless organdle flowers am the
made of these bands. colorhe
There are a great many on-lotc(
organdie frocks, however, and most Wi!
of them are simply made. A ery prt .
ty one appears in the picture and the ac
model is adapted to other sheer fabrics Mr
like voile, lawn, crepe de chine or
foulard. Its simple but pleasing storl pre
is told in a full skirt with panel at ret
r the front and three groups of two set
tacks each about the sides and bae` to
SThe bodice has a round neCk and hi:
d bow sleeves fnlaished with narrow do
Sble frills. The glrdie.wbib I a l'
n ly made of the material-is decortita
ie with ribbon flowers. These fbui I~ h
in dies often fid themselves In the Ceas
rI. 3D at pdtt* sshe of narrow fib.
eboa In one or two colors with leong n
'. endb anging at one aide and rlbboa s
th flowers to match.
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rer, Doors open at 3:00 O'Clock
The Theatre Beautiful
Where the Breezes Blow
(1 BLOCK," 1
Tlhe days of old, the days of gold, the days of '49!
-And under a giant redwood, on a wild Sierra slope, a little troupe
Sjof wandering minstrels.
A trembling girl, with aviolin, pling "Nelly Gray."
S A band of outlaws listening. akesWh hall take
FE Then-the spell is broken!-the demon awake!whoshall take
her?"-A maddening battle!-The bandit leader wins, and
The rest is a song of a soul's regeneration.
]BUSTER KEATON in "CONVICT 13"
PATHE NEWS. World Currents Visualized
NIAGRA. A Priziun Picture
Overture, "On aTrolly with MollY"
COLUMBIA CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Tax E. H. Chariton, Director
Admissiop: orchestra floor 50c, balconY 25c, children 15c.
The IdhI Photoplay House
he GEORGE B. SEITZ
"t Piate Gold"
end- MARGUERITE COURTOT
iely and a Powerful Cast of Thrill Regis
the Episode No. 1
ked "IN WHICH HOEY BUYS A
din- A serial in ten breath-taking chapteral
n of A rollicking romance on land and seal
fete- A man's daring fight against odds for
hap- the love of a girl and money!
tense YOU WILL SEE
mory Seething Sensations below the
Olen, Water Line!
"hap- A Fight of one man and a girl
for millions against o 3rwhelm
o the ing odds!
r the Spine Thrills! Seat Clinching
ontri- Suspense! Palpitating Romance!
been It has the interest for young
are of Feature Picture
g and BUCK JONES
ing of in
for "FIREBRAND TREVISION"
t A Western Romance of Lightning
tie B. Speed and Desperate Daring.
L Mrs. Admission 10, 15 and 25c. Tax extra
t; Mrs. *
esident; Sturda an Sunday
1 vice- -al~~) adSna
ck, sec- She didn't love him for his hand
-cording springs, but-his music charms
Leighton, .another savage beast!
meatham, CHARLES RAY
"OLD SWIMM NG
Mr. Wo- She was fickle and faithless
Svisit of to Ezra. She took his candy, his
1apples 'n' everything; 'n the
she turned him down! The
;le nephew Wamp!
for a visit .Come laugh and cry through
six reels of youth in James Whotm
comb, Riley's famous poem,
luring the screened as he wrote it!