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THE HERALD I
IPUBLIZII71) EIERT TIlURSIIAYT
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New Orleans exempts factories from
Taxation until 1910. Algiers, the Fifth
District of New Orleans, has several
desirable sites for factories. Capital
Ists will find it to their advantage to
TRADOES (ON COUNCIL 5
AFTER LIVE STOCK.
Live stock owners are again giving
the Algiers police work, but the latter
are retaliating by giving the former a
little worry. Affidavits have been pre
ferred in the Third Recorder's court
against eight of these parties, charg
ing violations of the city ordinance
relative to allowing live stock to roam
at large. Their animals were impound
ed from the head of Morgan street,
where they were found destroying the
fences and plants in the gardens of
Logical Point Park.
The accused are: Peter Baptiste,
three horses; Amos Joseph, one horse;
James McCune, two cows; Joe. Scurb,
two cows; Mrs. Bourgeois, one cow;
Mrs. A. Fleming, one cow; Jack Tom
barello, one cow; John Vallette, one
cow. Some of the accused live in Mc
On Monday last several cows were
seen feeding on the fine palms which
were pladfted in Opelousas avenue last
year at an expense to the commission
of about $5 each.
A POINT IN 501
In five hundred, if A bids in
no trumps and leads spades and B
holds the Joker and spades, may B
trump with the Joker or must he fol
In no trumps, the Joker may be used
at any time if the hand holding it has
not refused the suit on which he at
tempts to use it. For instance, if
spadea bad been led once and B had
meas and threw off on the lead, then
he could not use the Joker on any sue
ceeding spade leads, the idea being
that he could not say he has no spades
and then later produce one in the
INSPECTOR RESTS WELL FOL
It was reported from the Hotel Dieu
that hIspector of Police James W. Rey
nolds, who was operated on a few days
eago for appendicitis, was doing well
and restinag easily. The operation was
pmrormed by Dre. Dana, Stafford and
Rupp. The inspeotor had been pre
pining hblmself for this for some time,
and went through the trial splendidly.
He has obtained a leave of absence
farom the Police Board, and will remain
at the Hotel. Dleu until be Is* com
Subscribe For The
Only Ten Cents
lAYOR AND WIFE LEAVE FOR
FRENCH LICK SPRINGS
FOR TWO WEEKS.
Mayor Behrman and Miw. Behrman
left at 8:10 Friday morning over the
Louisvrille & Nashville rilroadl for
PhFrelLick 8prings, Ind.
The mayor, on the advice of his phy
alelas nd the earnest oolleitations of
his triends, decided to go to the springs '
or two weeks in order to completely I
sscover his health and to take a very
mach needed rest. His honor is very
muck Improved and looked stronger
eO his deputue, but he feels that a
oabnge of atmosphere and water will I
asist him materilly in regainlng his c
aeccstomed active vigor. t
The chief executive of the city and i
Mrs. Behrman occupied an elegant a
rawing room em the Puliman "Pacto- t
lhim." They reached Louisville early I
aterday morning, where they stopped i"
over for a portion of the day, resum..
iag their Journey at noon, reaching p
trmach Lick at 6 o'clock. It
They leter weal to Wat Daden, as a
Premeh leik was ovemswde.
The New Association.
On Monday night the old Algiers Improvement Association was revived,
and it is hoped that it will prosper. There was an air of determination among
the business men and property owners who attended the gathering, and the
meeting smacked loudly of it being conducted in the future on a strict business
basis. The class of men interested in the Association are the best in our town.
They represent the business men of our district, as well as some prominent
property holders., together with a few members from the other side of the river
who are heavily interested over here. The subjects that were brought up for
ii.$cussion will be taken up in a systematic manner and will give confidence tc
the citizens to give the Association a boost and to assist them in furthering
I their el.ds. Our district has been favored to a great extent during the past
seven years through having been recognized by the administration from one
o: our citizens. who is now at the head of the city government as Mayor
Mayor ltehrmarn has done a great deal for us and we should help not only hit
ainiit;riratiot . but any administration, to bring about such improvements at
:.e di.-trict really requires. We cannot expect to have one man shoulder all
the responsibility and see to all things that are positively necessary, and it it
fo" this reason that tre Association was organized and the subjects that have
already been mentioned in a different column are of a nature that will not be
opposed by ay adnministration. T'he question of the differentials in the freight
rate! affec'ting Algiers was a subject brought up by F. C. Duvic. This is very
important to our district and we believe if some change could be made it
would bri'ng over here a number of factories. There are so many subjects that
could be taken up by the Association that would keep it busy for the next year
which only goes to show the importance of the organization getting to work
The question of our Naval Station is an important matter and should it come
to pass that the Station would be put in full operation, it would be as big an
industry as our main support, the Southern Pacific Co. The question of a
large park over here has already received the consideration of Mayor Behrman
and we believe that with our assistance. agitation and ability to show that we
are entitled to a park will soon bear the necessary fruit. It is to be hoped the
business men and property holders in general who have at heart the welfare
of the Fifth District will voluntarily send in. their names as members of the
Association. The dues have been fixed at the small amount of fifty cents a
month and with one hundred members would give sufficient revenues for con.
ducting its affairs. We trust that our readers will look upon the Association
as an important move for our district and assist It in every way possible, and
one of the best ways to help is to become a member
:e WILL EXTEND TO GRAND ISLE:
M GREAT RESORT AT BAY ADAM.
if Plans involving the development of
Bay Adam, as a popular summer re
1. sort, may mature from the early im
provement of the New Orleans, Fort
b Jackson and Grand Isle Railroad, and
at the meeting of the stockholders of
the company recently the matter was
1e generally discussed, to be taken up at
a later date, when the development of
the valuable railroad property is well
e under way.
Bay Adam, according to the state
ments made at the meeting, is one of
the most ideally located places on the
southern coast, witj good fishing, boat
ing and hunting, and according to the
plan first proposed, a stock company
may be formed to promote and advance
it as a summer resort.
Bay Adam is on the line of the New
3 Orleans, Fort Jackson and Grand Isle
- Railroad, that is to say, it is half a
mile distant from the tracks, and as
I was suggested to the Fort Jackson and
B Grand Isle directors, it would be an
easy matter to construct a shell road
f from the rail line to the Bay Adam
I precincts proper.
1 The plan to make Bay Adam a sum
mer resort was first evolved some
I months ago, when it was known that
Charles D. Warren, who represented a 4
$10,000,000 syndicate, had acquired con- .
trol of the Grand Isle Road, and while
nothing was said of the matter the pro
jectors went ernestly to work shaping[
out things to be ready et the right mo- I
ment to arrange for the improvements. i
SBay Adam is less than fifty miles <
from New Orleans, and with its many 1
natural advantages it could be made I
into a first-class watering place if mo- 3
ney enough was spent on it. It is said
that if the plan carries through, a ho- 1
tel and a number of summer cottages I
will be erected, and the attractions I
added that would give it a high stand- I
ard as a place of pleasure and recrea
The meeting of the stockholders of
the New Orleans, Fort Jackson and
Grand Isle Railroad ran through two
days, and only Saturday was the busi
I nes under consideration accomplished.
Mr. Warren, who is president of the
Traders' Bank, of Toronto, Canada,
came down from New York to attend
the meeting, and at the subsequent
meeting of the directors he was re
tained in the office of president, and
Otto T. Maler, the well known local
stock and bond broker, was re-elected
vice president. I
Saturday the transfer of the stock
I owned by C. D. Haines, and others, of
New York City, was transferred to Mr.
Warren, and the record filed in the
At the meeting of the stockholders
s only general plans of improvement
r were talked over, but nothing of a de
finite nature decided upon. Mr. War.
ren was getting ready to leave the city
for New York Saturday night, and it
was stated that when he returned in
a fortndlht immediate plans for the
improving of the line would be made.
The plans will call for a very large s
outlay of money, and will include a a
i rebuilding of all portions of the track, 14
as may be found necessary; the pur
Schasing of new equipment and the ex
tending of the line to Grand Isle. The
Grand Isle project will not be an easy
one, as much of the track will have to p
be built through a virgin swamp, and T
posibly a wide detour may have to be a
made to reach the island. However, a
Grand Island is the road's objective S
point, and it is certain to finally reach iz
that beautiful spot, where the finest t
surf bathli in the country is to be e. e
J.1e4,-Picayus.e . C
K. OF C. EXCURSION.
i. The Columbian Club, composed of
members of New Orleans Council No.
714, Knights of Columbus, will give an
excursion to Jefferson COllege Sunday,
May 21, on the steamer Belle of the
Bends. The proceeds will be used to
equip the council's gymnasium and to
otherwise improve the interior furnish
The organization has'chartered the
8 boat, and it announces that no games
of chance or anything objectionable
will be permitted on board. It will be
a family outing for the members and
The start will be made from Canal
f street at 7:15 o'clock, and a stop will
e be made at Jackson avenue ferry at
7:30 o'clock. Very Rev. T. J. La-rkin,
D S. M., will say mass while the boat is
en route. The Knights of Columbus
a Choral Club will redder a musical pro
gram during the service, and will also
entertain the guests during the day.
The Knights of Columbus crack base
ball team will oppose the college nine,
and there will be other outdoor feat
ores. The boat will be elaborately
decorated, and there will be music by
F. O. C.
The F. O. C.'s met as usual on Sat
urday and was entertained by- an East
er egg hunt, resulting in an exciting
contest and egg fight, which was much
The meeting nights have been
changed to Thursday hereafter. The
teacher and officers hope for a large a
meeting to-night. All members of the 4
different committees are requested to i
be present., as there is much business I
to consider. All young men over 16 a
years of age are invited to attend these 1
meetings. Are you interested in ath- t
letlcs? If so, come to the meetings; we I
hope to do things along this line, to- i
gether with our spiritual, mental and t
social developments. t
The story of the "Other Wise Man," I
by Henry Van Dyke, was the subject I
of the last reading.
ENTERTAINMENT j'OR MISS
That our popular young townsman,
M. J. Rooney, is a hustler in the Work
ing Girls' Contest and that his candl
date, Miss Vallie Hebert, of the Junius
Hart Piano House, will be a winner is C
an assured fact. i
Mr. Rooney has arranged for quiteI
a number of entertainments to be giv-'
en for the benefit of Miss Hebert's can- I
didacy and is using every effort to c
make them a success.
On the 26th inst. there will be two b
performances at the Foto Theatre In b
Teche street, with special features.
On April 28 there will be an all-star
entertainment at St. Mary's Hall. C
Among the entertainers will be Miss
Nellie Ready, whose reputation as a tl
violinist is well known.
On April 29 at the Elmira Pleasure
Grounds, there will be an entertain-
It is hoped that the Algiers people p
will patronize these entertainments and I
assist the young lady to be one of the Ii
leaders in the contest.
FriUtz Schoen, who recently sold his .j
place of business on Front street to lj
Tom Schafer, will in the future devote C
all of his time to his new duties as
watch tnspector for the 8. P. Co. Mr.lci
Schoen is the oalcial travelling watch Ii
inspector of the rod Gad will mikel N
trips over this division every Iftten a
dars. His i w ll he adjeisnl the is
Comm a Gerus Bnan bheldiag. it
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
The church never looked more beau
tiful on an Easter morning than it did
last Sunday. The altar was decked
d, with a profusion of Easter lilies, which
!g together with the palms and lights,
te rendered the chancel a spectacle beau
B tiful to the sight.
Never before in the history of this
parish has the attendance been so large
at upon Easter day. It rejoiced the hearts
er of all to know that fact, that more had
or been to the Lord's Table on that day
to than ever before. The first service at
6:00 a. m. was without music, the sec
ond at 7:30 a. m., was with the choir.
st and at 10 a. m. the full morning ser
7e vice was held and the choir sang for
!r. the first time the "Te I)eum" written
by Mr. Herbert Palfrey of the Free
Church of the Annunciation. Special
music was sung at both services. The
i Sunday school service was held at 4:00
is p. m. and while the attendance was not
ve the full membership of the school, it
was very good. The Lenten offerings
bt were taken up, and to date amount to
ry On Good Friday the services were
it well attended and at night the Rev. A.
at R. Edbrooke. rector of Grace Church,
,r, conducted the service and preached.
k. Rev. Byron Holley, rector of St.
George's Church, was the special
ie preacher on Wednesday night before
a On Easter morning Bessie Olgarita.
kn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pyle,
was baptized, the sponsors being Mr.
and Mrs. James Oliver Stewart.
ie The rector was called away to Wash
re ington. IA.. on Good Friday night on
le account of the death of little Louise
a Whittington Crawford, only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford, for
mer parishioners of his. She had been
'n ill only a few days. She was buried in
id the family burying ground in Washing.
ton. Our sympathy goes out to the
sorrowing ones in this their great afmick
tion. May God have mercy upon them
and grant them peace.
The annual meeting of the congre
gation was held on last Monday night.
After a short service the rector read
his address, and called the meeting to
order. Mr. John Porzler was elected
U secretary of the meeting. The treas
O urer's report was read, and the officers
1. present made their reports, whlch
showed progress along all lines. Elec
e tlon of wardens and vestrymen then
, took place and the following, upon
e nomination, were declared duly elect
e ed: George Koppel, senior warden: Lea
d J. Burton, junior warden; Messrs. John
Porzler, Louis J. Peterson, George Stew
tl art, Adolph Spitzfaden and Albert R.
II Woolf. vestrymen. The vestry being
It called together after the congregation
r, al meeting had adjourned, elected John
s Porzler secretary and L. J. Peterson,
s treasurer, and Messrs August Schabel a
- and George Herbert, Jr., trustees from t
o this parish on the Board of the Chil
e It was determined to have the Sun- t
day school picnic on Saturday, May 13. a
The Renecky Shoe Store has start
ed something new that will be of a I
great amount of interest to their many n
customers. They are now giving away I
premiums for the purchase of shoes at s
their establishment. When a purchas- (
-er makes a purchase there he is fur- s
K nished with a card Upon which a cer- j
b tain amount appeaars, and for each pur- F
chase this amount is punched from the t
i card, end when the card has been con- o
e sumed for the amount issued, a hand- f
e some premium will be given to the ,
e customer free of charge. These pre- g
a miums are quite out of the ordinary as
s they consist of such things as hand- a
B some beveled plate plass mirrors, b
e handsome dippered cuspidors of the p
-turtle back variety, handsome hat
e racks, and quite a good many more d
articles that will be appreciated by i
ithe housewife. This custom was ee
tablished in the North with the dry ,
*goods stores some years ago and while ,
it brought a great deal of trade to the t
merchants, the customer was well re
paid for concentrating his patronage
at a certain store. When making pur
chases please ask for one of these
'WILL MARRY ON THE TWENTY. i
SQuite an interesting event, on sac
count of the popularity of the contract
ing parties, will take place on the 26th
inst. at Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church,
when Hon. Edwin Cicero Kohn will be
married to Miss Mabel Borne. The S
ceremony will be performed by the H
Rev. W. S. Slack. The friends of the
young couple are cordially invited to
be present at the church as no other p
invitations will be sent out.
CL3VER PICKING AND EGG HUI4T.
On last Saturday the members of
the Missionary Society of Mt. Olivet p
Episcopal Church enjoyed a clover
picki-ig and egg hunt on the Lower
Coast. Games were indulged in and
prises awarded to the winners. The
Jolly crowd under the chaperonage of
Misses Sadie Vezien and Leol Fether
ling, left the church at 2 o'elock and
walked down the coast, returning on
the electric car.
Those present were: Jessle Parring- tI
ton, Verna Ameudo, Zelds Huckins,l 8
Dorothy Kraft, Ethel and Bernioe Wil- T
liams,. Cecelia Slack, Margaret Duvic, I
Clso Duvic, Ooneordia Arnold, Care tr
line slackl Nettle Forret, MeHa But- to
cher, Ines Rice, Shirley Fetherling, p
Huazel Giepert, Marion Lewis, John tf
lrris, Walter BLbin, Rymond spits. T
do, Dweybr Thornuag George Thorn- g3
ag, Wilie Estwed, m bert ftrring .
te. Reimali mee. Simu. eme. a
THE BUSINESS MEN AND PRO
PERTY OWNERS REVIVE THE
OLD ALGIERS IMPROVEMEN1
ASSOCIATION-WILL BE OPER
ATED UNDER THE CHARTEF
OF THE ALGIERS IMPROVE
TY-FOUR CITIZENS ENTER AI
CHARTER MEMBERS - WORM
On Monday night at Pythian Hal
twenty-one of our prominent busines:
men and property owners assemble(
for the purpose of organizing a Coin
mercial organization for the purpos
of looking after the welfare of thi
side of the river. A temporary or
ganization was effected a few weeks
ago at the office of The Herald, wher
the meeting was adjourned to meet al
Pythian Hall. M3onday night, to organ
ize a permanent organization. George
Koppel, who acted as temporary chair
man, called the meeting to order an(
announced the purposes of the organi
zation, and after Howard Koppel way
selected as temporary secretary, a
vote nas taken as to whether or not
it would be advisable under the cir
cumstances to organize the body. The
vote resulted unanimously in favor ol
a permanent organization. Mr. Kop
pel then announced the first order ol
business would be the election of the
president, and Jos. W. Lennox. the
contractor, was elected by acclama,
tion. M.r. Lennox then took the chair
and after a very appropriate address,
assured the members he would do his
utmost and strive for the welfare of
the West Side. The next order of
business was the election of a vice.
president, and Peter S. Lawton was
unanimously chosen for this position.
Frank C. Duvic, our 'hardware mer
chant, was also unanimously elected
secretary, and Jules Bodenger, of the
Algiers Cornice and Plumbing Works,
was unanimously chosen treasurer.
The officers of the association having
been selected, the next order of busi
ness was the selecting of a name for
the new association, and here a spirit
ed contest took place. It was first
discussed pro and con as to whether
or not the word Algiers should prefix
the name of the association and many
reasons were given why Algiers should
not be used, but all the argument
brought forth against Algiers could
not offset the sentiment of the small
majority of one by which it was car
ried that Algiers should prefix the
name of the association-the vote
standing 12 to 11. It was then decided
to continue the old Algiers Improve
ment Association, as fully two-thirds
of those present were still members of
the old association which has not had
a meeting for about a year, and the
body is now to be known as the Al
giers Improvement Association, oper
ating under a charter.
Peter S. Lawton, Geo. Koppel and
Dr. C. V. Kraft were appointed a com
mittee to submit a new set of by-laws.
The following committee on member
ship was also appointed: Peter Vizien,
C. Cieutat and Jules Bodinger. It was
also decided at the meeting that the
Association would devote its efforts
principally to the big things affecting
this side of the river, i. e., the building
of factories, the promotion of our water
front, extension of the electric railway,
a Union depot, a Belt line, the Imnmi
gration and Naval stations, the lighter
age system and many other important
subjects. Several important things were
brought up before the Association by
Wm. H. Ward, Frank C..Duvlc, Henry
Acker, Eugene Dyer, all of which were
leterred until the next regular meet
ing, when a board of directors, or an
executive committee will be either
elected or appointed. The regular
meeting of the Association in the fu
ture will be held in Pythian Hall on
he first Monday of the month at 7:30
. m. The members of the Association
were very optimistic regarding its suc
ess and when they adjourned it was
with a determination that each one of
:he members present would exert ape
lal efforts to secure at least one addl
-onal member. The property holders
mnd basinesi men who did not respond
n the call as advertised in The Herald
sf last week are again invited to send
n their application as members. The
ollowing were entered as charter
nembers: Eugene Dyer, Major R. 8.
Itearnes, Hon. M. 8. Mahoney, J. E.
Iickins, R. A. Tansey, Albert Twlek
--, Frank C. Duvic, J. Creighton Ma
hewes, E. W. Burgis, J. J. Manson,
eter 8. Lawton, Senator Robt. O'Con
ior, Hon. Geo. W. iPoster, Joseph W.
Annox, Wmin. H. Ward, George Koppel,
loward Koppel, Judge Peter Clement,
harles Featherling, Louis 0. Webert,
Thas. Cleutat, Jules Bodinger, Hon.
'eter Vezlen, Dr. C. V. Kraft.
Just before the close of the meeting
eter 8. IAwton made an interesting
iAdress, which was attentively list
The picnic given last Sunday at the
Lelleville Park uqder management of
he Drifters Pleasurme Club, proved a
_nanelal as well as social success.
'he park was decorated and music
ras furnished by the Reliance Orches
n. The Drifters Club is endeavoring
o ran the park all summer at popular
rices and will keep the entertainment
ree from any objectionable feturei.
'he next picnic will he given on Aprll
2d sad all who attend am e ssured a
ed te ~ amas, moew pmictures
-a IfMeanad a m.
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
WANTED TO BUY.
E A horse. Apply Algiers Railway &
T Lighting Company.
R A complete set of "The Encyclo
E- paedia Britannica," 32 volumes, with
4. book-shelf. Will sell cheap.. Apply
ýS this office.
K -FOR SALE.
P- Two lots in rear of Naval Station
for $350.00; would be cheap at $500.00.
See the West Side Realty Co., 500
11 Verret street.
d FOR SALE.
n- One electric clipping machine in
;e good order. Apply to Mat Morse, 408
is Newton street. 2-16 tf
s FOR RENT.
4-room cottage. 118 Olivier ...... $9.0
4-room cottage, 120 Olivier......$9.00
4-room cottage, 122 Olivier......$9.00
4-room cottage, 434 Bouny......$10.00
6-room cottage, 322 Verret.....$10.00
5-roo:n cottage in McI)onoghville;
will be completed in short
a Hlouses for colored people in Maiden
Lane and Wagner street, from $3.00 to
r $7.00 per month.
THE WEST SIDE REALTY CO.,
500 Verret St.
e FOR RENT.
A six-room house, 405 Pacific avenue.
Sewerage, water and gas connections.
Apply 407 Pacific avenue. It
o FOR RENT.
f Two furnished rooms and beard. Ap
ply Mrs. C. Johnson, 214 Delaronde St.
d A sure bargain. Double cottage, 5
e rooms a side, 516 and 518 Belleville
s. street, in a nice neighborhood; only
g If you have a few hundred dollars
i- and desire a home, this is your chance.
r Apply at once, to OWNER, 324 Ber
- muda street.
See the West Side Realty Co. before
1 renewing your insurance policies.
t West Side Realty Co.
1I We will save you money oea nsur
ance. See us in regard to our five.
e year policy.
e West Side Realty Co.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
B The large two-story store and dwell.
f Ing at 645 Patterson street, corner of
i Vallette street. Apply 1721 Delachalse
e street. 4tp
On Saturday, April 15th, 7:15 p. m.,
outside of Algiers ferry hotrse, Algiers
side, or Delaronde street, lady's blue
cloth tailored coat, blue lining. Finder
please return to 318 Delaronde street. I
g White bull pup, with yeflow spot on
gboth ears and tail. Age about 3 months.
r Return to Rev. Father Larkin for re
SToolt-On Sunday. April 16, at 2:55
o'clock p. m., Frank L. Toole, son of
Mary Orflla and the late Jno. Toole,
died. Deceased was born in the city
twenty years ago, and for several
years resided in our district.
r The funeral took place Monday at.
ternoon at 4 o'clock from his late rest
dence, 2210 St. Claude street. Inter
ment was in St. Vincent de Paul ceme
1 Donner-On Wednesday, April 12th,
1911, at 9:15 o'clock a. m., Mrs. Pat
Srick Donner, nee Mary Lennon, died.
SDeceased was born in Ireland seventy
three years ago, but has resided here
for the past fifty years. The funeral
Stook place Thuray afternoon at 4I
floclock from her late residence, 600
I Atlantic avenue. Inetrment was in
I St. Bartholomew's cemetery.
The following baptisms took place
Sunday at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary:
Joseph Lotrls Zeringue, son of J. W.
Zeringue and Susie Gersdorf. Spon- a
sons, Gus Knowles and Mrs. M. Trox-i.
Camille Julia Prados, daughter of p
Albert C. Prados and Bertha Schaeffer.
Sponsors, Thos. Schaeffer and Lizzie
Thelma May Arsaga, daughter of
.Frank Arsaga and Katie Stretzinger.
8ponson, George Stretainger and Mrs.
WilHlim Warren Brechtel, son of
Samuel Breectel and Annie Marie Vol.
kel. Sponsors, Warren Brechtel andF
David Charles Mosholder, son of Al
.ilen Maosholder and Lottle Klnk. Spon- P
sors, Henry Klnak and Alberta Huck
Naomi Martha Fabares, daughter of
Raoul Fabares and IUllie McGadera.
Sponsors, Joseph A. Milan and Mrs. J.
Malcolm Win. Entwistle, son of Jos.
Eatwistle and Louise WrlMt. Spon
sors, Wa. Netwistle mnd Lillias Stew
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I.t . l' eta a 4,, ... . 2:410
4 : : p.m S.\ sli & I , I1" 1 1:45
M :311 p.m .... lFf. \V,1"; 1 , ...
7 .3 n .m ....'In. & Ah- l,.... 9:10
N: IJla m .St. lanis & ,'ti,:l:s . 8:.:4
: t l.mn .... Meridian A ... "n 4:363
4 :45 ip m..... Meridillan i., . . .
..llattleshnr le,, 8:.:10
1 Sunday Exttnrl.ln
7 :14 a.m..l' ieayne & Int. PI't. 7:20
NEW Ot.LEANS 4IIIEAT1 \4itTHll
ITerminal Station. lana! Street.)
ally. Except 'Sunday.
S6:55 a.m.... Jack.on, 'olumbl,a. TI.
lertown. Folsom & Int. 6:00
4 :30 p.m.. . Folsom. C olulmbl. Ty
lertown and Int....... 8:55
6 :55 a.m... Jackson. Columbia, Ty
lertown and nt ....... 6:1
5 :40 p.m...c'ohambia. Tylertown
and Intesmediate ..... 10 %
7 :35 a.m... Folsom. Covin;,ton.
Ahita Sp.s. and Int.... 7:41
MtltILE & 01110.
(Terminal Station, C'anal Street)
9R:04 .m....St. l)i~4 I.lmltte .. 91g
7:30 p.m... St. 1a, iat Expres. . 8:1
ILOU'ISIANA . 'TlEIIIN ItAIIWA(Y
: :30 p.m... I)lily. Ex. Sunday.. R:5
: :45 a.m...... Sunday ...... : 1
7 :0 pj.m... . Sunday .. .....1y
9:30 a.m...... Saturday ..... 4:31
tTerrnnal Station. ('anal Street)
Effeletive Sunday, April 24. 1911
No. 1-- No.
0 6 :"., a.m. Lv. New (Irleans. . Ar. 10:
9:50ae.m. Ar. Baton Rouge...Iv. T
12 :57 p.m. Ar. Opelousas ... Lv. 4.1
1:40p.m. Ar. Eunice .... Lv. .3:48
. :30 p.m. Ar. 'rowley ..... Lv. 111
5 :341 p.m. Ar. Itetaument ... L.v. 11
9 :20 p.m. Ar. llouston ..... Lv. 3 1
No. 3- No .
1 :35 p.m. Lv. New Orleans..Ar. 4:45
4:.t5 p.m. As. Baton Rouge. l,. 1:49
7:35 p.m. Ar. (Oplelousa . . . lv. 1011
3:20p.m. Ar. Eunice ...... 9:41
9 :30 p.m. Ar. C'rowley .... Lv. 8:81
IA)I'ISIANA RAll.WAY & NAVI
(Terminal station. 4'anal Stlett)
No. 2- Na
6:JOp.m. Lv. New Orlean<..Ar. 015
9 :.Or p.m. Ar. Baton Iouge.. Ar. 5:
) 2 :35 .m. Ar. Alexandria .. Ar. 11:0
7:55 a.m. Ar. Shreveport ... . 6:4
Dally Except Sundays.
No. 8- Ne.?
6:35a.m. Lv. New Orleans..Ar. 7:
9:40a.m. Ar. Baton Rouge..Ar. 40
11:30a.m. Ar. Angola ......I. 2
6I :. a.m. Lv. New Orleans..Ar. 9.
9 :40 a.m. Ar. Baton Rouge.. Lv.
11 :30 a.m. Ar. Angola ..... L. 4
NEW ORLEANS TERMINAL CO -
Lv. New Orleans............... 6:1
Lv. ('halmette .................. 5
NEW ORLEANS SOUTHERN
- (Formerly N. O., Ft. Jackson A GtrlI
8:035a.m.... Daily ....... I
4 :OOp.m..Iatly, Ex. Sat. & Rum. 9
5:30p.m...Saturday & Sunday.. S
Gulf and Ship island IRailml
Main Llne-S-Both Boei.
Lv. Jackom ...... 6:00a.m. 8
Lv. Hattleburg....10:3S5a. m. T
Ar. Oulport.1...... :ipm. 1
Lv. Mendenhall ..............
Ar. Male ..................11
Ar. Gulfport (No. 5).......... i
Maln Lne--North Bosl .
Lv. Gaulport ...... 7:25.m. _
Lv. Hattleabnrg ..10:30 a m. 5
Ar. Jackson ..... 1 :55 .m.
Lv. Maue ...................
Lv. alfport .................
Lv. Colombi ...............*
Lauel Branch-eNorth and Ibub
Lv. Lurel .................** I
Ar. 8aratolga ...............
Ar. Jackson (No. 6)...........
Ar. Gullport (No. 3)..........
LtV. Jacksm (No. 5)..........
Lv. Saratoga (No. 201)....... 1
Ar. Leaurel ...................
Week LIay Schedule. .
Leave .Illneburg- ti ., a. m., i . .t
8:35 a. m.; 11:40 a. mt.. 11:59 -
p. m., 3:20 p. m.. :l:io p. m., 4:0
5:30 p. m., 5:40 p. inm.; e.00 p. I..
m., 5 :10 p. m.
Leave i'ontchlartrain Junctio-
m., 6:30 a. m., 7 :40 a. l . 7 :50 a.
a. m., 11:30 a. m., 1 :2o p. m., 2:
4 :0 p. m..5 :03 p. me.. , :20 p. t..
m., 7 :30 p. m., 7:40 p. m.
leave 1ilnebesrg- 5::t3 a. m.. 7
8:40 a. m.. 9:3., a. ma.. o10:30o a.
a. m., 12:30 p. m., 1:::o p. m., 3..
m., 5 :30 p. m.. 6 :" p,. In.. 6:30J
p. m., :O " . m.. 4 ., tn . ..
9:0 p. m., :30 p. rn., l0 :30 . N .
Leave Pontchartraln .In-ct
m., f :00 a. m., 7 .;5 a. m.., !, : .
a. m ., 11:(M0 . m .. 12 :1 p .. 1 .
2:00 p. m.. 3:04 ,. .... : :: 0 P. i .
m., 4: p. m., .. 4 :0 p.m.4 na.. 30
p. m.. 6 r p. m.. 74:4p Ia. m.,2
8 : 0 0 p . m . , 8 :3 . o p . m .. ; :) : P . .
m., 11:00 p. m.
ELECTRIC CAR SCHE
GRETNA CbAR-Iraven Gretas
at 6:28 a. m., and 9 to S_
after the hour and 12 mtIisa
hour. Iat car learves
12:30 a. mn.
PACIFIC AVE. LINE.--Leaves fes
lig beginning at 5 40 a. L
hour 20 minutes after and _
to the hour Last car lea-s
12:35 a m
PACIFIC AVE. L1NE-Ieavesr
begintalng at 5:25 s. m .;a
28 minutes after the hour, a -d
" te. to the hour.
NAVAL UTATION-Iaraes) tauf
Newton and Teche 5:16 a. ._
at Newton and Te~'che with
for Perry every twenty a
car Ieaves Iower (Cart at 11
NAVAL STATION--lavet barn 5
for Lower coast. c4onnects
eie Ave. elne :rom Ferry at
and Teeho 8ts. every tweai
beginnnlg at 5:40 a. _.
avles Newton and Tech1 at 15
YI.A2NI558 on all l!Ine are
at INWIIION a d TDCHU _
pgagates at Mun they are