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No communlcation will be re ceived unless signed by the sender. We do not publish your name in coudction with the communlcation unless you so state, but we must insist upon having your name as a guarantee of good faith. ____ 9 SCHOOL NOTES. ROLL OF HONOR. Scholarship and l)eportment. I 8 A-Thomas Kennair, Frederick Cayard, Michael Donely. 5 B-.John Arnotle, Thomas Butler, Anthony Gerrets, Andrews Worely. 4 A-James Moffet, Albert Mayo, I Volney Vinson, Harry Hoke, Alvin Chi co, William Hildebrand, George Ham- d bacher. 4 B-Harry Laufer, William Grund- h meyer, James Hogan, Eldred McNeely, Vincent Reaney, Joseph Scheib, Jules b Judlin. 3 A-Albert Ryan, John Schwarzen bach, Leonard Johnston, Albert John ston, Floyd Mahler, Julian Hogan, Her bert Bertrand, Willie Kogel. 3 B-Ned Whitmore, Byrns Ander son, Stanley Barras, Charles Burge, Noel Duv4c, Frank Powell, Bernard Grundmeyer, Leslie Sturtevant. vi 2 A-Lee Acker, George Adams, Old- 1( Ing Platt. s 2 B-Angelo Reaney, Cyril Brophy, ed John Forrest, Walter Jones, Joseph at Hambacher, Louis Laffer, John Leon- pl ard, Melford Petrie, Harte Sclhwarzen bach, Amos Powell, Harold Wingerter, Herbert Wingerter, Walter Pope. St 1 A-IAnnell Penleson, Alvin Hoff- Ai man, James Calvin, Andrew Bunif. BI August Bachot, Hills Adams. 1 B-Milton Acker, Charles Brown, I, John Tierney, Hillary Schroder, Ro- Kº land Cayard, John Tasuto, Otto Me-ly, der. Scholarship. 4 A-Dudley Besson, Willie Sutber. wl land, Walter Babin, Edward Finley, m Clifford Laigast. 4 B--arl Schindler, Alvin Wilcox. 3 B-Rollon Bkrrosse, Tisadle Dan. iels, Henry Gerrets, Elliot Hafkes bring, William Johnson, Matthew Morse, Charles Peonrms dr 1 A-Mrlon Short, Warren Stocey. 8terliang Roblchaux, Nole Richard, Ar- lia chie Blaclair, Teddy Kornes. I B-Wallace Owens, Walter Hay, He Lemley Hubener: a Deportment. I 4 A-Harold Brown, Harold 8ey- liv mour. 4 B-Harold Wrigley. Sh 3 A-Joeeph Simon, Albert Senner, Michel Lawton, Henry Araga, Archie McNamarmu, Creighton M~artin. 3 B--Fncis Sadler, Hayward Val- nin lette. I 1 A-Emmett Hogan, Alfred Peter- gat son, Joseph Provenzano. dre 1 B-Edwin Gerrets, Roland Briel, S Lawrence Arsaga, Tracy, Entwistle, Ralpa Umbadh. Program for Graduation Exercises. Star Spangled Banner--chool. "Better than Gold"-Thomas Ken nair. '"'onmy's School"-Strueby Drumn. dre "A Warrior Bold"-Seventh and Eghth rdes love Opening Scene from Julius Caesar-- his Thomas Keunalr, 1Prederick Car lona Michael Donely, Lools Chisholm, Wal- tor lace Harper, Thomas Buc4bols, John Bral, Leonard Aubert, Claude Bloom, and Joseph Brnner, Arthur 8perler. hO "Johnny's History Lemsoa"-Charles a Brown. ann "The Regiment Goes 'Marchlg By" M --Plft Grde B, advi "The Troubles ef a Poet"-Joseh of Brauer and Lewis Chsblm. tro "TIhe Boy"--rahnels Riordea. p "te Soas t the Open ea"--Sth boo "Mltber"-Mathw Olsen. rant "lSvi Metra~"--Robrt Dmtad. r tr "Ih 3rsfemt"--8emth sad ath now "' OieLn Down to Gransa's"- and 4 ALmew Waley. and "'Iro OM PteMoenr"- Ryan. a O dr a Tuade or molaslon- , cumie 3km , a 1*ert, Wa "Iragl the Cattle Home"-PCla eat -ri A.tae (mU "--B~J "Wh O Gls leI B*M vw IrAl -." . alY-t Osla. . "sium mot S 8la sethom"-Waser iarm and UWalm Deipe. The Grand Isle and its Superintendent B It has been some time since the different newspapers have given special prominence to the Grand Isle Railroad, but since the death of J. Stans Landry many changes have taken place, and a good many are looked for. While there have been no definite announcements made, there is enough evidence to warrant the announcement *that there will be some important changes or i mprovements made in the road. As regards the statement of the road being sold to the Frisco, we doubt very much whether there is any truth in the rumor, for the fact that we cannot figure out for what purpose the Frisco Railroad would want the Grand Isle, when they have purchased the old Shell Beach road on the east bank of the river, and certainly would not desire a parallel road on the west bank. Doubtless the purpose of the -Frisco's pur chasing the Shell Beach road is to transfer the cargoes from fruiters to their trains at a point which is much nearer the Gulf than where it is being done now, thus saving the loss of a great deal of time, sustained in coming up the river, and the results of weather, whereby it is impossible to navigate a ship. The action of the Prisco in making this purchase was forecasted several years ago by .1. Stans Landry. the former superintendent of the Grand Isle. The successor to Mr. Iandry. Mr. E. W. Burgis, is so well known to us locally as not to require an introduction, either as to his integrity and high standing in the community, or as to his ability in almost any line with which he may be connected. -Mr. Burgis has long been associated with the road as master mechanic, anld as s'r. Landry's assistant he was, of course, conversant with every phase of the business connected with the road, and his acquaint ance with the shippers. which is one of the most important thugs in this set tion of the country, is a factor that fits him admirably for managing the affairs of the company. It would, no doubt, have been a hard matter to have any one else take this position, as it would require years to become acquainted with all the details so necessary to success. It is a recognized fact that it was Landry and Burgis who pulled the road out of a very bad condition and placed it upon a basis where it was more than paying interest on its bonded indebtedness, which exceeds half a million dollars, and to be able to place some improvements on the road besides. We congratulate Mr. Burgis on his promotion, and the Grand Isle should also be congratulated on being so suc cessful in retaining Mr. Burgis' services. tier, "It Isn't Quite Fair to Mother" ayo, Lee Bairnstather. Ohi- "Glorious Land of Union and Free am- dom"-Fifth Grade A. "The Interviewer"-Thomas But-h ind- holz and Joseph Brauner. ely, "The Lighthouse"--William Hilde iles brand. "We March *ere the Sun Salutes the Phn- Sky." ler ler BEILEVILLE SCHOOL. rge, ard The graduating exercises of Belle ville School were held Friday, Feb. 2, ( )ld- 1912, in the Belleville Annex. The as- 4 sembly room was beautifully decorat by, ed with palms and flowers. A large 1 iph audience assembled and the occasion on- proved very enjoyable. ii' The program was rendered by the l or, class of eighteen girls, assisted by the t 8th B grade. The class consisted of ( ' Adele Barthet, Collette Braem, Carrie I If. Brown, Evelyn Brune, Francis Castro- I giovanni, Lillian Durgin, Clare Finley, 4s Inez Irving, Louise Jourdan, Clair 'o- Keenan, Olga McNeely, Hazel McNee e' ly, Thelma Moffet, Eleanor Richard son, Cora Shields, Hazel Sloan, Sidonia P Sutherland and nles Weber, each of o O. -whom received certificates of attain my, ment. The program was as follows: Prayer-Rev. Jno. T. Booth. Song (Cantata)-8th Grade. o Welcome-Clare Finley. tl Reading-Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad dress, Collette Braem. C y, Recitation-His Mother's Song, Lil Lr' lian Durgin. Play-The Modern Child in the L7, House, Evelyn Brune, Eleanor Rich ardson, Clair Keenan, Inez Irving and Inez Weber. tr Class Prophecy-Composed and de- S y- livered by Hazel Sloan. Recitation-An Easter Symbol, Cora le Shields. Bi I Song-Creation Hymn, 8th Grade. Addresses-Mr. Henry, Mr. F. Hen Il- ning and Mr. Andrew H. Wilson. Presentation of Certificates, dele- Ni ,r gated by Mr. F. Henning to Hon. An- dc drew H. Wilson. ,l, Song-Sunbeam, 8th Grade. 3i , Recitation-The American Flag. Ol- tei ga McNeely. Song-Star Spangled Banner, 8th Grade. Farewell--Thelma Moffet. to Benediction-Mr. Henry. dit The speakers of the evening, Mr. An- Bc L drew H. Wilson and Mr. Henry, were gi4 d beautifully introduced by the much- su loved director, Mr. Henning, who, in - his remarks, referred feelingly to his frc long period of service as school direc-. ln tor and of the pleasure given in the lat companionship of children, teachers and menmbers of the board, one of thI whom, Mr. Wilson, had seconded the at I movement which secured our useful be annex. lea Mr. Henry, in strong, simple words, Mr advised the children to "go on," telling nor of the happiness that a broader cul ture gives, it in nothing else, the com- roi panionship of great minds through W boob and Mr. Wilson dwelt on the other ad- Wo vantages to be enjoyed through hiSh e training, pointing to the may elds me now open to women,-law, medicine, Larmacy, architecture, ceramIcs, at and erafas etc., for all of e hech higher and special etud opens the way. tie, Ma eaker commended the school plo work or thes distct pecially that of dig the Beleville obol, the splenadid we rslM the Mlbrs of itts sh prlacipal a aed ·dledt aoeps of teamn, w The followins named save valbet t arvice as ushers: Mms. MiltUn Uljdtsen. Peter Mnts, Herman Del. trot, Jo. Iealey. fay Hading, Ow. em tlaelst, aak dIaL. ADAMS' HATS SG(RAI)UATES. Two bright young men of our dis 'ree- trict were graduated last week from M.l)onogh Ilign School No. 1. They u'h- were Jas. P. McCluskey and Herbert Quinn, both of whom were leading pu de- pils from McDonogh No. 4 School be fore entering the High School. They the are indeed to be congratulated on their splendid records and are an example of what our boys should strive to be. Mr. McCluskey intends entering Tu lane Medical College. while Mr. Quinn will continue his studies and become an instructor in some school. e- At the graduation exercises Mr. Mc 2 Cluskey made an interesting address as- on "The Problems of To-Morrow." He rat- pointed out that the people of to-day rge were wresling with lots of problems, ion and mentioned as some of the pro blems of to-morrow the referenduzp the and recall, the income tar, conserva the tion and the negro question. His main of contention was that education would Tie prove the only means of solving these :ro- problems. ey, A BRIGHT YOUNG BOY. ee d- Thos. Kennair, one of the brightest ala pupils of McDonogh School No. 4 and of one whose name has appeared on every in- roll of honor during this session, has been awarded for his conscientious work. His attentive application to study as well as his unvarying courte ous deportment, has entitled him t the scholarship offered by the manage Ld- ment of the College of the Immaculate Conception. Master Kennair is receiv rl- Ing the congratulations of his friends on this occasion. he h_. ENTER HIGH SCHOOL. nd The following pupils from our dis- E trict were transferred to the Highl le School last week: Belleville School-Adele Barthet, Co - r lette Braem. Carrie Brown, Evelyn r Brune, Frances Castrogiovani, Lillian Durgin, Clare Finley, Inez Ir ving, Louise Jourdan, Claire Kee- U nan, Hazel M. McNeely, Thelma Moffet, Eleanor Richardson, Olga Mc le- Neely, Cora Shields, Hazel Sloan, Si- h n- donia Sutherland, Inez Weber. McDonogh No. 4-Frederick Cayard, Michael Donely, Thomas Kennair, Jus- r )- ten J. Pujol. JAMES P. McCLUSKEY. Ia Mr. James P. McCluskey, of our town, had the honor of being the vale dictorian of the February class of the a- Boys' High School, being the first Al- to e glers boy that has ever passed with t. such high honors. n He went to High School in 1909, wI ýa from the McDonogh No. 4 School, be- fo ing one of the brightest pupils of the th e latter school. a At the graduation exercises of the h f three high schools, which were held e at the Athenaeum last Thursday night, I he delivered an address on "The Prob lems of To-morrow." In this address Mr. McCluskey outlined in a brief man- e Iner some of the pmblems that willto bes the men and women of to-mor row. Among the problems discussed ere the trust questions, rereandue.b , and recall, income and Inheritance 4 th Woman's sfrage, stralke, the negro tha westioa, 'wold's peace and the treat. meat of the Jews in Rlasia. an shi DOCKING Jim y DRiDGE 'The United 8Stai dredgebeat Atlan ti e ms of the eval drdges em Pld by the ederal Governmsnt is d •ig a channel at southwest Pa s stmsd up the Mildgppl River at cli an emly her Mandy aininag ad at wa moored In thime glborhood f wee t Naval DocLks. The Atiatleis in by cusre o Captain King. and is saId ts and have aeesmpilgsed gigneat work n m clerlS whIt Is mew mputad to be the the dsept mgead chans at o the world. be he ds keb d at the Nasal DehaL stat IM m oq, as theim Osman mide ia UIrmm was rssasg. at ant CLASS PROPHECY. Belleville School-By Hazel Sloan. The' veil is lifting the future I see special Of these happy girls is all it should be. andry As big as a minute is the While Miss Brune you all know, who, Will some hard task accomplish. idence In this great world of woe. tee or Elocutionists are rare, but still is the being heart. In the Of Miss Thelma Moffer set down for that part. Frisco In the office of firms of world renown. Shell Will Miss Olga McNeely some great sire a cay be found. s pur- Mathenmaticians of days to come and of t heir those gone by. \ill some (day for the fame of Miss done Finley sigh. p the Miss Sidonia Sutherland. a broad smile ship. will lend 'vceral To every needful. kind, and grateful friend. To be solemn and not laugh is the to us hardest task high Of Miss Claire Keenan that you couldI which ask. ad as Ier future we know lies on a straight road. rsant Friends and riches to gain are like as taitt- big load. see. In the imath of Miss Jordan I airs hon> l'm sure you all know fairs Wealth. good luck, and bright cheer y one Will their happiness bestow. I with The friendship and smile will gladly a was be won, and By the loyal friends of Miss Richard- I: nded son. The stars would certainly be out of i place place, r n his If. on her countenance. no smile yot llI suc.- could trace. b To be wealthy and happy forever and s' ever ti Is the fate of our friend Miss Inez A Weber. re Miss Adele Hart ht solemnly vows not w dis- to marry it Fronm But some clay we'll learn his name, I rhey maybe. st bert To be a great singer and a musical pu- star. rc be. Is the fate of Miss Irving to be won I 'hey afar. in heir Miss Hazel McNeely has a wonderful re nple voice, to be. That will bring her happiness and the cr Tu- nman of her choice. tic minn Like a jolly little elf. happily helping ome around. til Will Miss Carrie Brown always be 80 .Mc- found. vi ress Rich in health, wealth and prosperity sa He will be. day Our friend Miss Braem, whom here you ems, see. pr pro. Friends by the bushel good luck by a lua the pound, sh rva- In the path of Miss Frences is sure Al rain to be found. be culd Perfect happiness and wealth would rese be all their own, IA If their future was left to their friend p Hazel Sloan. by of hit test set tnd MOUNT OLIVET of ery NOTES. to )us its to his rte- Despite the cold weather of last Sun tday the attendance upon the services, the go- and especially of the Sunday School mit ate was quite good. the 'iv- We are glad to see Mrs. C. V. Kraft Mu ids home again after a short stay at the 1 Presbyterian Hospital, where she un- W. derwent an operation. H. On Tuesday afternoon, February 13, zie from 3:30 to 6:00, p. m., Mrs. W. 8. Fra i Slack will give an informal tea to theTh gh ladies of the Mt. Olivet Branch of the E. Woman's Auxiliary, the wives of the - Vestryment and the officers of the va- not yn rious organizAtions of which she is a of an member. Advantage is taken of this Ir- means to invite the ladies above men- h ot-oned.an n ae rector left on Tucsday to assist but - at the solemnization of the marriage of cot his cousin, Miss Clara E. Simrall to 'd, MT. Hombough Chapple Tweed, at Ma- coul rngou, La. He expects to return nit today and leave tomorrow for the Mis slons In his charge on the lower coast. The death of Capt. Albert E. Hotard last Sundy evening was a shock to the many friends of the family. Al r though suffering for over two years Vett pest from paralysis none thought the e end so near. Our sympathy goes out Sto the family in their sorrow, and our ph rayers are for them in their grier, Sch that God may give them that comforta r Swhich passes man's understanding, and who o-for him that "he may find rest in lean 'e that day"-That he may rest in peace with and may light perpetual shine upon strol 3 him. him SAnother sudden and unexpected 2:30 t death has brought sorrow to many, that of Mr. ohn Schroeder, Sr., who Mr entered into rest on Monday at 3 p. m. Sat The funeral, like that of Capt. Hotard, visiti took place on Tuesday, and in both the came Masonic Order took part. Our sym- r pathy goes out to the family in their wa ' bereavement, and our prayers, that with ' the God of peasce may grant untolife a J them that peace which peaseth under-* standlln and that he may fnd rest and peace and may llght perpetual medL shine upon him. varo serve ----------- IHe w Amer 8TRIKER8 HOLD MEETING. Mr. A large erowd of the Southera Pa. Gy; ele strikers and their sympathiserad gathered at the Contsa Ha last tr, waek asd heart! ilta g addrse r by Rv. Clarks Doolittle of Chicago, eurvI Mad VePrldeam Lais of the Car- He rea's Unloe. The two tleme held o te attestom of thea eaome for two ho.r, rehsena tL e ot * fhor e o e e strtue sad tlln fasEs tin emsete ha a wlt& s itusts ea th e asbied reads g a at laher paet visited M a PETER S. MUNTZ SURPRISED. I loan. On last Thursday night, at the resi e dence of Hon. M. S. Mahoney. there Id be. was called a special meeting of the Algiers Improvement Association for the purpose of honoring their Secre tary, Peter E. 1untz, who has so faith fully served the association as a sec is the retary, and who has repeatedlly re fused tconipensation for his services. n for It was lecided by thlit t members of the association 11that they show to Mr. nown. Muntz their alreciation for his ser great 'vices and it was dec'ided to prelsentt hin with some token emllblematim c of id of th I'e eing toward him by tihhe mem bers. Mr. Mitutlz was requtested to .liss attend this meeting at Mr. Mahoney's. and as tithe meeting was called to or smile der by .M1r. Mahoney. who mnade the' presentation spetech. Mr. Muntz was iteful at once appraised of the purpose of the n.eeting, and in a neat little a the sleech Mr. Mahoney presented a beau tiful gold watch, fob and gold charm, coult properly engraved "Presented to Peter E. Muntz by the Algiers Improvement E aight Ass-eiation. Feb.. 1912." At the c-lose of Mr. Mahoney's address. Mr. M.untz ike a responded in keeping with his feel ings, and it was with much effort that he was able to thank the members of the association. He no doubt appre ei. ciated the gift and accepted it with a the same good feeling and good will ladly as it was given. Mr. Muntz is one of our most popu hard- lar young men. he being the valued secretary of the Levee Board. and it of also a member of the Board of 1)i rectors of St. Alphonsus Orphan Asy- Sl yotg lum. representing our district on theSi board. He also has been closely as and sociated with any movement looking at toward the advancement of Algiers. Inez After the ceremony at the Mahoney residence Thursday night refreshments of not were served by the host. The follow ing resolutions, adopted by the Algiers an hae, Improvement Association, were pre sented to Mr. Muntz: decal "Whereas. Mr. Peter E. Muntz. Sec retary of the Algiers Improvement As won sociation. has served the association, nll in the capacity of secretary, since its rfttl re-organization, n a most satisfac- fo tory manner: and to a degree highly the creditable to himself and the associa tion. aing Anl whereas he has sacrificed his time and pleasure in serving the as- FT be sociation; and has given those ser- Te vices gratuitously, declining compen- ma rity sation of any kind: And whereas we, the Officers and you Members of the Association, have ap preciated those services and fidelity. by as well as the civic pride thereby I shown, In behalf of the interests of lure Algiers, for which the Association has been organized; uld Be It Resolved. That Mr. Joseph W. Lennox, President of the Algiers Im end provement Association, be and is here- at by authorized to extend the thanks Fel of the Association to Mr. Muntz for hl% faithful, intelligent and valuable J services to it; and to the interests Goc of Algiers, which it represents; and A'd to puichase and present to him a suit able gift as a material testimonial of its gratitude for and appreciation of Gad his services during the past year: Un- And be it further Resolved. That :es, these resolutions be spread upon the ool minutes of the Association and a copy thereof presented to Mr. Peter E aft Muntz." :he The following were present: Joseph in- W. Lennox, Peter S. Lawton, William H. Ward, Dr. C. V. Kraft, John P. Ve 13,zlen, Jullus Bodenger, J. E. Huckins, .Frank C. Duvic. Charles J. Cleutat, T he Thee. J. Lala, Harwood Koppel, Peter Mrs he E. Muntz and M. 8. Mahoney. yeai he Mr. J. J. Manson sent regrets for grle a- not being able to attend, on account of Sof sickness in his family, eigh ls Mr. E. F. Dyer also sent regrets for ver .his inability to attend on account of dicl an important previous engagement, men but stated that he was in perfect ac very of cord with the obeet Of the meeting cess to and only wished that the Association Evel Scould have gone further in the recog. bere rn nition of Mr. Muntz' services, as\lts he Secretary. grad d JOHN SCHROEDER. Jenn rs Veteran Marine Engineer, Succumbs ie to Sudden Stroke. h ir The many friends ot John pani , Schroeder, Sr.. for fifty years visitl ta resident of Algiers and a citizenSe d who enjoyed a wide circle of friends, n learned Monday afternoon of his death e with the deepest regret. A rheumatic E. V n stroke which affected his heart took him to his eternal sleep Monday at d 2:30 o'clock, p. m., after a few hounrs' illness. E. Mr. Schroeder came from Pilot Town Saturday in good health. He was out Orlea visiting friends Sunday. The fatal pain the came Monday morning. erd Mr. Schroeder was 67 years old. He was a native of Germany, coming here ld with his uncle. He spent much of his tl life as a maiine engineer on the river pdekets in the Lower CoaMt trade. For held t the past twenty years he bee been s- made sI selated with the bar pilots on the No various boats as an engaineer. He om ad saerved recentlW on the Underwriter. made He went with her daring the 8lp.al- with 1 American war to Cuba. I the Mr. Schroeder is servived by hisdet widow, who was Miss MU Jane Guy; three sons, Themas H.. JohnM land W. LA. Scehroeder, and two dauglh term, Mrs n. M. O. (are sand Miss Irene Slehreeder. PlIteen grdehildrm else H. was amoug the oldest memburs " i or St. Joha's Lode of Mmas's Cres It e-t, Kanlts Ldg, of Pythis ar l the Mar'e eIase. Th .aerl wasto be tim Mr gInl /amdy · lm. m tmtie." held at :3e Taedayl strsem. Rev.t W. aS. sahek esrets. torat was In McDsam ysg Oite. ED. LAI)IES OF TIHE MACCAHEES EN le reei- TERTAIN (;IESTS WITI IIItEAK there FAST AT IlE(Il'E'S. of the .liss Nina West. her monher, .\irs. rn for Wes,, and Mrs. L. It. lart, the guests e 're- of the iLadies of the Mlacabetes iii New ( ld eans for the last fI.e- days. were etn a se t- riltaited at a, breakfast at Hl tit"oes Fri of i'onplilimeltls aInid hlir numinberl of I oday niiorting. Tfb he breikfast was af n ovltr y 4s t he iuitors. a tho .e tlekfast, h l b on i elnld wit lthe ti iirst,ses ation aof iis ser l oulg i er ado t niter tai l taTble. eI .agr.e t i or- legue to Miss lilia West and tier a- e eptanle andl allpre'r-iation of the 4comn Swas plint. Sof Mrs. .1. (. Skinner was th1e ostnias. lttle ter. and the first toleast ofl'lert.d was that by :.Irs. 1'. .1. Friedrie hs. past State trollnl miander, who lanlted the order. Peter Mrs. A. l-relidsohn. commniander of the elet Evangelina Hive. named the sulreme (lose (ommander, Miss Hina West; Mrs.Kate Wlu-tz ardi, past comlnmandler of New Orleans lthat ive. Mrs. West: Mrs. Annette Robin s so:, member of the Evangeline Ilive. asrof Mrs. Laura i. HIart. sullreme mistress wire at alrms;: Mrs. Eulah Teani. ihe' chap with lain of New Orleans Ilive. the Evain lg'line Ilive; Miss Hlina West. supreme commlnander, the press ito whichl Mrs. alul K. K. Blackmnar responded l . Mrs. .Mar and garet Hild, Mrs. .1. .1. Friedrichs, the organizer of the New Orleans Hive; I AsD- Mrs. Hart. Mrs. Berendsoihn; Mrs. the Skinner: Mrs. Ward: Miss West. Mrs. yasSkinner: .Mrs. 1). S. (Gaster. Miss West king anl the New Orleans Ilive; and( Mrs. gies. art, Mrs. Skinner and .Mrs. Fried richhs; Mrs. .M1eCorniack. past sergent of the New Orleans Hive. her own hive, tlow- the Evangeline Hive and the youngest and latest, the Clover Blossom; Mrs iers Friedrichs toasted the record keeper, - Mrs. Margaret rs. Margaret sild: Mrs. Annie Mt Carthy, Mrs. Kate McCormack. the deputy who brought in the largest I t As lon, number of new memnlbers into her hive; a e its sliss Alma Goetz, the absent members., t isfac- nd Mrs. Skinner presented the bouquet I for Mr. Begue. ighly ocia- Those present at the breakfast were: Mnlmes. West and Hart. .Misses Bina his West, J. Hanson. Alma Goetz. Mines. Friedrichs. Skinner. Ward, Gaster. ser Team. Irvine Ward, Berendsohn, Black mar. McCormack, Sphar. Bernius, Mc- a Carthy, Robinson, Sohedck. Hild. Car- 3 penter. ap- _ lity, T reby UNCLAIMED a s of has LETTER LIST J( T W. at Im- List of unclaimed letters remaining sere- at Station A. for the week ending R mks February 8. 1912- a, for Men. M able James Auld, J. R. Boylan, Andrew eats Goodman. Carey Harris, Dock Jones, lM and Ardery Carter.. so tuit- Women. Mi I of Miss Harriet Gaines, Mrs. Sarah of Gadel, Miss Susla Larkins. Foreign nt Mat Mrs. W. H. Matthews. M the J. W. DANIELS,. opy Supt. Sta. A. E A. F. LEONHARDT, an Postmaster. eph of V RAYMOND JENNINGS, DEAD. Ins, ze tt, The many friends of Colonel and iter Mrs. C. M. Jennings, who for many HI years were residents here, will be 61 for grieved to learn of the death of one Pra unt of their young sons, Raymond, age eighteen years, which occurred at Den- Go for ver three weeks ago from appen- Be of dicitis. The young man is well re- Jol nt, membered for the fact that he was,a ac very bright lad and made quite a sauc Ch Ing cess here as agent for the Saturday O0p ion Evening Post. He is also well remem. En og- bered by those of his teachern to whom C Its he went to school in the grammar Ch; grades. Last July he had just finished 535 a course in the Denver Business Col- Let lege, and was ready to go out In the Ne world tomake his mark. Mr. Langley Jennings, his brother, who is in charge of one of the theatres at Monroe. La., went to Denver for the funeral and on C his return to New Orleans was accom- pla in panied by his mother, who is now of r visiting her sister, Mrs. Jeff. Levine, in ThI en State street. tell 1s brit E. W. BUROIS BELECTED TO SUC-B S CEED IATE J. STANS of t a LANDRY. The E. W. Burgis, who has filled the po- de sition of muaster mechanic of the New t Orleans & Southern Railway, lesee of The L the New Orleans,. Fort Jackson & som Grand Isle Railroad, has been appoint. O Sed superintendent to replace J. 8tans Landry, who died recently after hold- the la ng the place for twenty years. The board of directors of the road ine Sheld a meeting Friday afternoon and ed made the selection. e No better seleetion for the position of superintendent could have been r. made. Mr. Burgis has been connected . with the road for many years, and he 8oh is thoroughly acqualnted with all the details of the omee. He Is a man of a rt activity and lh sure to make a Mr. Bgrsis popular with the menW ed i well hnown in Algliers, where ei She e livfd for many years. He is a ioK ntmber of 8t. John Iadge of Masons, othe and is also Identled with other organ -ove aitk He ha always tlsken a prom. d lin at p lat every nomeat ntseeklng to better Algiers, as well other e tUos o the cij. Ce Owes A IArm K&Ta. Want Column Ats. FOR SALE FOR kREN _II lrs.. uests PUPILS WANTED I New re ,n- Pupils desiring :o. " , the ,, . s Frii man language at i ; rs. p as a Statzkowski, Alix and il.:, stree asm e Letters translated a: :( ta ha-. FORi SAL . Sof Cemetery lot: x I .,. ate f th, corner of Woodtn. M1 I'urent 7 kfast. Main avenue, in .lM Il, . :oi!e is in ,f tery. Apply to \We , :,."I lt, :,."y e. pany. 117 Delarond. ;,, ,r at ,.onº- 130 feet good picke; f PADpl mas to Dr. A. C. King, 3 \i. t str that tf State I rder. FOR RE \ T. f the re"'' No. 200 Pelican anr2i..oreo residence and stable;: ca , i ared a, leans t ery low rental. obis- 901-903 Pelican a\, nui, :ro(, bults live, stand: only $12.00 per nmnth. tress COTTAGE -:317 A!ix :,t; sit hap- rooms. $15.00 per monºith :van- 612-614-616-618 PELICAN AVE. are reme soon to be placed in go,d "ondltion; Mrs. bath, iron fences, large yards, etc., for Mar- each tenant. You .-hiltuld get fOer th name on our list for these desirable live; houses. Ready about Febrlary 15. The Mrs. rents will be reasonal,l,.. Mr-s. LARGE 15-ROOM HOUSE, on Belle. ville street, near Pelican; suitable for SMrs. boarding house. Will be plac,,d in good ried- condition to suit tenant. Will lease gent for a term of years. live, WEST SIDE REALTY CO., LTD., gest 157 Delaronde Street. Mr.s R. A. TANSEY, Manager, per, Me- LOST. the Two gold lockets on Patterson street gest last week. One had a Erescenr of dia. ive; monds, and on the other were the ii ters, tials K. I). S. Return to Katie Scha muet bel, O07 Patterson street. arid receive reward. are: ina BAPTISMS AT CHU'RCH OF THE es. HOLY NAME OF MARY ter. ack- The following baptisms took place Mc- at the Church of the Holy Name of Mar- Mary on Sunday last. Helen Gertrude Skelly. daughter of Jor. Skelly and Gertrude Morrison. The sponsors were Myles Morrison and Nellie Behrman. Joseph Spratheum Crowley. son of ;T Joe. M. Crowley and Rosaline Byrne. The Sponsors were Frances Crowley and Mrs. Chas. Tackaberry. Ing Ruth Rita Reaney, daughter of Win. Ing Reaney and Mary Sutherland. The sponsors were Maurice Purren and Mrs. Maurice Curren. ew Alfred Joseph Mine, son of Jerry Ps, Mine-and Elizabeth Fledler. The spon sors were Albert Menott and Emma Miller. George Beninato. son of Anthony Be. nlnato and Rosaline Rostiva. The sponsors were Salvador R1petto and Mrs. Salvador Rizzeto. Mary Clesl. daughter of Joe. Clesi and Mary Glaesl. The spensors were Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Graham. Bernard Mathew Lacoste, daughter of Bernard Lacoste and Yvonne Can tin. The sponsors were Mathew Ca. zeaux and Emma Lacoase. nd Alice Lillian, daughter of Edward ny Hynes and Mary A. Ely Beudeau, of be 613 Wagner street. The sponsors were ne Paul Hynes and Lillian Francesco. ge William Arthur Joseph, son of 'n- George Marlin and Nora O'Brien of 428 'n* Belleville street. The sponsors were re- John E. Collins and Audry Marlen. .a Velma Florence, daughter of Percy ic Choate and Margaret Mahoney, of 735 sy Opelousas avenue. The sponsors were n Ernest Ilrlo and Florence Heider. n Gerald Charles Paul. son of Captain ar Charles Mott and Victoria Santos, of d 53a Seguln street. The sponsors were il- Leonard Santos and Mrs. Hlarry Mc e Neely. BI'HLER-SCH31 ITT. n On Jan. 24th'a quiet wedding took" n- place at the Chureh of the Holy Name wof Mary, Rev. Sontheimer, oflelating. n The contracting parties were Miam IE telle Buhler and Mr. Jos. Schmitt. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Peter Buhler of our town and for the past nine years has been a valued employee of the St. Charles Hotel as main clerk. The groomn is an employe of the Sewer. age and Water Board in the filtratioe Sdepartment. The attcendants were SMiss lone Peterson and Joe Hfotard. The young couple received many hand some presents. On the following Sunday the yoalu Scouple entertained their friends at their home, 614 Belleville street. Mia* sic, singing and dancing were Indulgel Sinuntil a late boar. S.A. Eros rad - ered several selections on the viella. Delicious refreshments were served. l o ose present were: Mr. and Mrs. P. Buhler andqamily. Jos. Schmitt, Si., and family; Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Johmitt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Eros and baby, Mt. and Mrs. Sam Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peterson, Mr. and MW F. Spahr, Misse Blanche and Wil helmina Vezlen, Mamle Stlnson, M. Welgmann, Sophle DeArmas, Katie Keelan, LIi.e, Ora and Liga Bhbler, lone Petersoa, Iabelle Hogan, sad others; Messrs. Jos. Hotard, J. MC Govern, 8. Gravel Joes. Crowley, ' Peadas, H. Lee Bease, John O'Brien The.. Quinlan, Robt. Weigman, Joh Clement, Joe. Lawrence, J. Bevens W, . Owens, Gsa .mris, Alvin Foster, 81d Jermason, Nich. Buhler, Joas. Broeok and Net Nolan and otbers.