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NEWS M Mr. L. M. Gex returned from a busi ness trip to New Orleans last evening. “Shop early,” is a good slogan for the city press, but The Echo prefers “Buy at Home”. Mrs. L. Landreaux left on yesterday for New Orleans, to spend several days of the pre-holiday season with friends, M>darnes R. J. Williams and R. W. W v,r-nt down to New Orleans Thurs day morning for a few days with friends *c I relatives, Mr. R, N. Blaize, of Pass Christian, spent a few hours here during the early part of the tfeek, visiting his mother, Mrs. M.A. Blaize, and Bay St. Louis friends. Mr. N. Oddo and family left during the early part of the week for New Orleans, where they will reside in fu ture, after nearly two years of business pursuit in this city. Dr. and Mrs. D. Bornio, of New Or leans, were welcome visitors on Wed nesday, visiting at their summer villa. They were guests of Mrs. Celine Gar debled, at the family home, in Main street. Dr. J. C. Ballard, who has been here the past several weeks with a view of locating in thia city, has leased the handsome John Henry dwelling on the beach front. His family will shortly follow after the holidays. Don’t forget the entertainment to night at St. Joseph’s Academy, benefit debt fuud church of Our Lady of the Gulf. The Shields family will present one of their playlets, and their appear ance alone should prove quite a drawing card. Mrs. Adolph Pollatsek has issued in vitations to the marriage of her daugh ter, Gisella Sarah, to Mr. Albert Jacob De Wolfe, the ceremony to take place on the evening of December 26th, at the New Orleans family home, 1907 Canal street. Mr. A, L. Stokoe, wide-awake and progressive business man, received a two-ton motor truck for his business a few days ago. He Intends using it for long hauls of merchandise to Wave land, Lake Shore, and to the Jordan river district. Messrs. Geo. Schoonmaker and Del tnai Ladner, well-known residents of this community, have been critically ill for the past few weeks, and little or no change is reported in their condit’ jn. Both gentlemen are considerably ad vanced in age. The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Cos. offers reduced round trip rates for the holidays. The company has an adver ts t to that ♦ fleet in another col umn of this week’s Echo, wherein are pubhsued the dates upon whicu tickets will be sold at the special rates. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grace and family left on Tuesday morning for New Or leans, where they will spend the winter at their beautiful Carrollton home, for merly the Bernard Shields dwelling. The presence of this excellent family will be missed by a large circle ot friends.. At the aunual Election o.f officers held cit i week by Bay So. Louis Masonic L dg ‘, No. 429, the foliowing-named '.ore elected to serve for the ensuing year: Will T. McDonald, W. M., E. S. Drake, S. W., Wm. Ruhr, J. W., J. A. Breath, secretary; Geo. R. Rea, treasu rer; J. A. Cuevas, S. and L. Miss Lillian Beyer, the charming and truly accomplished stage actress, left this morning for Detroit, Michigan, to spend the holidays with relatives. Miss Beyer has been resting for the season at Bay St. Louis and will return to her home in St. Charles street during the latter part of January. Dr. J, C. Ballard signed a lease with Mr. John Henry this week, whereby he will take possession of the handsome Henry dwelling on the beach front for the next twelve-month period. Dr. Ballard’s office will, for the present, be located at his residence. His profes sional card appears in another column of The Echo. Mrs. Annie L. Allen, well-known for mer resident of this city, and for years proprietress of the Bay St. Louis Hotel, died ai her home in New Orleans Sun day night, to the regret of a wide circle of friends. She was a woman possessed of ennobling qualities of both the heart and of the mind and as a friend there were noe eo true. The loeal order of the Maccabees an nounce a grand ball for Saturday night, December 21st, at Maccabee Hall, Dec ember 21. Admission, 25c; ladies 15c. Committee of Arrangements: E. V. Bourgeois, Walter Carver, Freddie Fayard, Frank Ferguson, Joseph M. Fahey. Floor Committee: Aleiae E. Saucier, Anthony Piazza. Mrs. Rene de Montluzin entertained the Matrons’ Five Hundred Club on Wednesday afternoon most charmingly at the family villa on the beach front. The entertainment was a most delightful one, and the members adjourned to meet again on Thursday next with Mrs. Harrison. The successful contestants were Mrs. Fomaris and Mrs. Webb, in the order named. Mrs. Williams was given the consolation prize. At a meeting, held yesterday, of W. O. W. Pine Cnove Ladies’ Circle, No. 167, the following-named members were elected to office, to serve for the forth coming year: Guardian, Abigail Bour geois; past guardian, Amelia Cuevas; adviser, Edith Davis; banker, Cecil •t-nderet; clerk, Carrie Mattox; inner -i, Anita Blaize; outer sentinel, t alien; Rosa Betz, Ida Telhiard, Clara Cordages, managers; Lena Paril }, musician; M. A. Rush, physician. SEA WALL PLAN FIMALIHBOPTED By the Board of Bond Com missioners—Plan Adopted Calls for Concrete Tongued and Grooved Piling Patent ed by Bert Victor of Pas cagoula, Miss. A special meeting of the bond com mission of the city of Bay St, Louis, beicl Saturday niy,ht, in executive ses sion, the plan for a sea wall by Bert Victor of Pascagoula,Miss.,was adopted. The plans submitted by the erstwhile bond commsseion civil engineer Sullivan of Boston, Galloway of Gulfport and John Henry of Bay St. Louis were all carefully considered. Mr. Victor’s type ("patented) was considered to better meet local conditions and better adapted to resist the form of wind and rain peculiar to this location. Mr. Victor’s plan consists of tongued and grooved concrete pilings, steel reinforced, 20 inches face, to be sunk to a depth of nine feet, with hydraulic or pile driver force. In addition to the plan the bond commission requested that an apron be built on thj outside of the wall, and from within that a number of ‘dead men’ or anchors be placed at every interval of so many feet. It was ordered that bids for construction be advertised for at once and the commission intends to construct at once the section connecting the south end of the present wall (near the Echo Bldg.) to the north end of St. Stainslaus College’s bulwark. This section will be built first at the city’s expense, then property owners will be asked to pay their pro rata share. The bond commission is composed of Jos. F. Cazeneuve, chairman; R. R. Perkins, Charle Marshall, Charles San ger, Joseph O. Mauffray. LADIES OF THE MACCABEES ELECT OFFICERS. Hive No. 10, of Bay St. Louu, Enjoyed Social After Butineu. Hive No. 10, Ladies of the Maccabees of the World, elected officers for the next years as follows: Mrs. R. J. Mur tagh, past commander; Mrs, Kate Con ner, commander; Mra. Catherine Blaze lieutenant commander; Mrs. Susie Sylvester, record keeper; Mrs, Francis Landry, chaplain; Mrs. I. Bothe, serg eant; Mrs. Myrtle Snezeneau, lady at arras; Mrs. Myrtle Pate, financial audi tor; Mrs. J‘ A. Green official prompter; Mrs. Epp, picket; Mrs, George Cuevas, sentinel; Misses Miriam Engman and Isabelle Bothe, color bearers; Miss C. Gueydon, captain of the guard. After election the members were entertained with refreshments by Mrs. Francis Landry and Mrs. Myrtle Suezeneau. Cedar Grove Camp, No. 505, W. 0. W. Hold* Annual Election. Hon. R. W. Toulrne, C. and.; Frank Taconi, P, C.; Fred. Ansley, A, L.; Frank Hymel, banker; Thos. J. Con way,.clerk; J. L. Norris, escort; P. J. Boudin, watchman; Wm. Sick, sentry, Managers—W. L, Bourgeois, Jos, L. Favre, C. C. Gray. Finance Committee —W. L. Bour geois, A. K. Hart, H. F. Mattox. Sick Committee —R. J. Murtagh, Bay St. Louis; Henry Bourgeois, Bay St. Louis; Dan. Chadwick, Waveland; Nu gent Johnson, Lakeshore. Investigation Committee —Fred. Ans ley, Frank Hymel, F. H. Egloff. The election of camp physician was laid over until next meeting. GLEE-NOL COMPANY FORMED. New Establishment, Capitalized at $250,000, to Erect Syrup Plant. ■ ■-■■■■■ GULFPORT, MISS., Dpc. 10.— The Glee-Nol Company, capitalized at $250- 000, has been established. The plant will be installed on Twenty-ninth Ave. and the Louisville and Nashville Rail road. B. F. Hardeman and associates will manufacture syrup. Two members of the board of directors will be select ed from Gulfport, out of which city has been subscribed. The foregoing press telegram from Gulfport will be read with local interest, since the Glee-Nol Company is origi nally a Bay St. Louis institution, much of the stock being held in this city and the company incorporated at Rexville, an immediate suburb of Bay St. Louis. The incorporators are Geo. R. Rea. Geo. C. Firsching, E. N. Haas, The Echo notes with interest and is gratified to learn of the success attendant upon the efforts of the promoters to spread the activity of the company. Its manufac tured product will be a syrup for a cola drink, the equal, if not the superior, of the most famous of cola drinks now on the market. Mr. W. W. Jenks, of Bay St. Louis is one of the prime movers. Mr. M. P. Bouslog, prominent and successful business man of Gulfport, tbe head and prime mover in a number of business concerns, was a welcome visitor to Bay St. Louis Monday, leav ing the same evening for a business trip to New Orleans, where he hopes to form anew, gigantic business organi zation. Mr. Bouslog is president of the Gulf Coast Life Insurance Com pany, and under his administration this year the amount of new business acquired surpasses the most sanguine expectations. FOR SALE—One horse, buggy and harness, SBO. Will sell separately. Tel ephone 101-2, Bay St. Louis. FOR SALE—Jersey cow. Apply to OttoSange, Bay m St, Louis, Miss. DECEMBER PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL A regular meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Bay St. Louis was held at the City Hall on Saturday, the 7th day of December, A. D. 1912, at 3:30 o’clock p. m. Present were Hon. R. W. Toulme, mayor; Geo. C. Firsching, R. Blaize and Geo. J. Toca, aldermen; R. J. Murtagb, marshal; R. F. O’Brien, secretary. Absent, Alderman Lutzzi. Geo. J. Toca, newly-elected alderman to represent the 4th ward of the city of Bay St. Louis vice R. W. Webb, re CITY TREASURER’S REPORT CITY FUND. Balance last report $ 05 Dec. s—Received from F. H. Egloff, tax-collector, taxes 802 45 “ “ “ R. J. Murtagh, city marshal, license 25 “ “ “ “ “ fines 35 00 “ “ “ “ “ licenses 107 73 “ “ “ R. F. O’Brien, dog tax 60 S 946 08 CREDITS. Dec. 6—By warrants to board $ 945 92 Balance 16 SCHOOL FUND. Balance last report $ 21 83 Dec. s—Received5 —Received from F. H, Egloff taxes 367 79 $ 389 62 CREDITS. Dec. 6 —By warrants to board $ 385 85 Balance 3 77 $ 389 62 SCHOOL BUILDING FUND. Balance last report $ < 1 37 Dec. s—Received from F. H. Eglcff taxes 33 44 $ 34 81 CREDITS. Dec. 6—By warrants to board $ 31 25 Balance 3 56 t S 34 81 BOND FUND. Balance last report S 799 10 Dec. s—Received5 —Received from F. H. Egloff taxes •. 133 75 $ 932 85 CREDITS. Balance $ 932 85 FIREMEN’S FUND, Same as last report .....$ 123 98 MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT FUND. Balance last report $49099 79 SINKING FUND. Balance last report $ 87 15 Dec. s—Received from F. H. Egloff taxes 401 23 $ 488 38 CREDITS. Dec. 6—Balance $ 488 38 Respectfully submitted to the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louio Miss. JAS. H. BREaTH, City Treasurer. The communication from the bond commission was read, which requested that the work of draining Main street, between Quintini’s Market and E. J. Gex’s office to the beach, be done by the city under thr supervision of the street commissioner, the bond commission ap proving the payment of said work out of the municipal improvement bond fund, and it was ordered by the board that the above work be done at once ac cording to the specifications of Mr, Sanger, of the bond commission, who was requested by the board to assist the street commissioner in the above work. On motion of Alderman Firsching, duly seconded by Alderman Blaize, the following resolution was introduced, passed and adopted: Be it ordered by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen that all acts and what ever heretofore done and performed and whatever expenditures incurred on be half of this city by the bond commis sion of this city with reference and rela tive to the establishment and erection of the public school building in the 4th ward of the city of Bay St. Louis, be, and the same are, hereby ratified, con firmed and approved by this board, and the said bond commission is hereby authorized and empowered to proceed to the completion of said work by let ting the contract therefor, or Otherwise- Approved in open board this, the /th, day of December, A. D. 1912. Attest: R. W. TOULME, R. F, O’BRIEN, Mayor. Secretary. The teamster pay was raised by the board from $45.00 to $50.00 per month from the month of December. On motion of Alderman Firsching, duly seconded by Alderman Toca, the following resolution was introduced, passed and adopted. Be it ordered that a sinking fund be, and the same is, hereby created, into which fund shall be placed and credited to same all moneys of the city realized from taxation levied to meet the princi pal and interest of the municipal im provement bonds issued in serial form on the first day of July, 1912, and out of which fund said bonds and interest cou pons shall be met and retired as they become due. The sums of $238.33 and $345.91, the first sum being interest re bated by the purchasers of said bonds after their date, the second sum being paid the city as interest on the funds realized by said bond issue, by the de pository of said funds, shall be trans ferred to the sinking fund hereby cre ated. All interest on said funds real ized by the said city bond issue paid to the city by the depository of said fund shall be paid into said fund. Approved in open board this, the 7tb, day of December, A. D. 1912. Attest: R. W. TOULME, R. F. O’BRIEN, Mayor. Secretary. Be it resolved by the board that the municipal warrant of the city of Bay St. Louis for the sum of $1600.00 be is sued on December 30, 1912, payable to Hoehler & Cummings, at the Centennial and Commercial Bank of Chicago, Illi nois, to meet and defray the first in stallment of interest due on January Ist, 1912, upon the municipal bonds of said city, issued in serial form July Ist, 1912. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid: R. W. Toulme, mayor, salary S 25 The Echo for Printing. signed, was duly sworn in by the mayor and took his seat. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The reports of the various city offi cers were read, investigated, found cor rect and approved. The financial re port was ordered spread upon the min utes, the others filed. The report of the street commissioner showed an expense account of $78.75 for labor and of $45.00 for cartage. Geo. C. Flrsching, alderman, salary 2 00 R. Blaize, alderman, salary 2 00 Geo. J. Tooa, alderman, salary 2 00 R. J. Murtagh, city marshal, salary 65 00 R. F. O’Brien, secretary, salary 30 o*3 Jaa. H. Breath, treasurer, salary 25 00 L. Bangard, street commissioner, salary. 800 Jas. Taconl, teamster, for Nov 45 00 Thos. Adams,Sr.,meat inspector,salary.. 10 00 Jim Hollis, janitor city hall, sal. for Nov.. io 00 A. A, Kergosien, recording deed of lot purchased for new public school house in 4th ward 95 W. H. McDaniel, 2 days election commis sioner at $2.00 per day 4 0(0 W. 11. Driver, 2 days election commis sioner, at 82.00 peraay 4 00 C. E. Sander, 2 days election commij sioner, at 32.00 per da;- 4 00 Alcine Saucier, 1 day clerk of election... 2 00 J. L. Norris, " “ “ “ “ ... 200 N. Huger, 2 days peace and returning officer, at $2.00 per day 4 00 Bay St. Louis Ice, Light & Bottling Works, 129 streetlights, at $1.87 1-2 each per month, less 81.38 deducted for 2 lights being out 240 50 Bay St. Louis Ice, Light i Bottling Wks„ iive 40-Watt lamps, at 45c each, for city hall 2 25 Bay St. Louis Ice, Light i Bottling Wks , changing street lamps on Carroll ave. 1 50 Cumberl.nd Telephone Cos., marshal's phone for November. . . 1 65 L, Bangard, for 35 days labor, from Nov. 2nd to Dec. 6th, incl., at $2.25 per day running time 78 75 John Craft, pro rata salary co. supt. edu cation for Nov 30 45 Mrs. Nora Barrett, janitress pub. school, salary 15 00 Peter Alexis, feeding prisoners 4 50 Ladner's Hardware Store, mdse, for eity work 1 85 R. F. O’Brien, stamps for city hall 1 00 Ciaud Monti, shoeing city stock and re pairs to wagons 8 35 R. J. Murtagh, notifying aldermen to at tend special meetings April 18th, 30th, May 31st, June 6th and Dec. 3rd 4 00 Peerless Oyster Factory, 1888 bbls. shells at 5c 94 40 Carl Marshal, expense for Investigating titles of clam banks 4 00 Gray Mfg. Cos., lumber * 2 55 Merchants Bank, for interest on $4000.00 school bonds at 5 pet., due Dec. 2, 1912 200 00 Carl Marshall, services as city attorney for first half of year ending Oct. Ist. 1912 : 125 00 D. Carver, feed for city stock 52 75 Sea Coast Echo, printing tickets for spe cial election noV. 5, 1912, $2.50; 500 Manila enyelopes, $1.25 3 75 Chas. Hillen, for repairs to windows and replacing sSsh cords in public school 100 Gray Mfg. Cos., lumber . 6 75 Jos. O. Mauffray, mdse for pub. school.. 3 70 Chas. Sanger, water rent tor white pub. school for one year 25 00 Cumberland Tel. Cos., phone for public school for Nov 1 65 Bay St. Louis. Ice, Light & Bottl. Wks.. 4 tons of coal for white and colored schools, at $5.50 per ton 22 00 Geo, Rudolph, 48 bbls. oyster shells at 5c 240 C. Jones, filing 4 cross cut saws at 50c ea. 2 09 Chas. Sanger, water rent colored public school for one year 12 00 Gray Mfg. Cos., 31 benches at $1.50 each, for colored public school -1C 50 ■Gray Mfar. Cos.. 23 benches at $1.50 each, for colored public school 34 50 MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT BOND FUND. Eugene Dietzgen Cos., for blue prints of sea wall, as per plans of J. F. Sulli van, engineer 18 47 Frank Sanger, labor helping engineer for the proposed drainage of Main st— 1 50 Sea Coast Echo, publishing notice to * contractors for bids for new school house 7 H 5 R. P. O’Brien, salary as secretary of bond Commission for November 15 i*) Eugene DieUgen Cos., for C blue prints, complete, of new school house in 4th ward 3 29 W- 1. Evans, making four copies of speci fications for sea wall 4 00 There being no further business be fore the Board, it adjourned to meeting in course. ) Attest: Ff. F. O’BRIEN, Secretary. You Don’t Have To Stop Work. v-,- When Your Stomach or Back or Any Other Part of the Body is Causing You Trouble. Special, Jackson, Miss. If you suffer with any form of sto mach trouble, 'fluttering or thumping of the heart, shortness of breath, diziness, headache, bloating, belching, indiges tion, constipation, it is not necessary to lose one minutes time from your busi ness in order to get a permanent cure. If you want a cure, call at Power Drug Store and hear about the wonderful Quaker Extract and Oil of Balm, and the cures that are being reported every day. Here is a report from Mrs. M. A. B. Bowman, who has suffered for years from stomach troubles. Very bilious, would belch green phlegm and sour, r - OTTO SANGB, . 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