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TRADES COUNCIL f
CHARITY BENEFIT, ST. VINCENT
DE PAUL SOCIETY.
A series of entertainments will by
given by the Conference Holy Na'be
of Mary, St. Vincent de Paul Society,
at the Nemo Theatre, on Opelousas
avenue, beginning Monday, Aug. 5th,
and ending Saturday, Aug. 10th, 1912.
The benefit is for the poor of the
town, regardless of creed or color, and
we ask all charitable people to help
this worthy cause.
The following have very willingly
volunteered their services in enter
taining for said week, viz: the young
ladies, in the selection of the Pink La
dies, composed of Misses Sadie Vezien,
Aldea Maher, Zulime Bostick, Caroline
Slack, Olga Nelson, Maud and Alma
Tufts, Louise Norris and Martha
larte, who so successfully rendered
their parts for the benefit of Mt. Oli
vet Church. They must be seen to be
Mrs. M. J. Rooney, Misses Ida Kev
an, Naide Lewis, A. M. McNeeley, Ha
sel Sweeney; Messrs. Wm. Donner, Jr.
and Edw. Koeppel will render songs.
Miss Ruby Walsh and Master Ray
mo-d Richards with recitations.
Mr. W. Dietchman, violin solo.
Mr. Wm. Barrett, illusions.
The Zimmerman family, with musi
The committee in charge is com
posed of Messrs. L. W. Peterson, J. L.
Higgins, J. L. Hogan, V. Olivier, A.
Degas and Jas. Worrel.
Tickets are 10 cents each, and may
be obtained by applying to the clergy
at the presbytery, from any of the
members, or from Mr. J. L. Higgins of
43$ Belleville street, who has full
charge of the tickets, and to whom all
raturma must be made as early as poe
SNAVAL STATION NOTES.
On last Monad the U. S. lighthouse
tmnder Magnolia and lightship Heald
Bank were docked.
Naval Constructor W. - . Duboes
been the Construction Department at
Washinatoa, arrived here last Thurs
day to uperlntend the docking.
The hulls of both vessels have been
eaned and painted and some repairs
wor made to the propellers and
ha__t. They will be released from
thejoalek by Thursday, when prepara
tios will be made to dock the U. 8.
ations are issued about every ten
iqs at the marine barracks, mostly
legd people taking advantage of
Th water is rapidly reoeding and it
I hoped that it will soon be out of
-M so that the puoor sufferers may
se be aeomfortably settled in their
NOW JUDGE SADLER.
lhh Ooth of Omoie and AppolInts Hie
Clerk and Janitor.
On Baturday morning private eitiesn
y 5. Sadkler became Judge of the
Third eorder's Court when he took
the oath of OQce before former Sen.- 1
ret Wine . J. Heaneey, in the presence
of um oft his trlieds and admirers.
Uilg Judge Thoa. P. Go( was also
TNelmt to turn over the arfairs of the
ut in the new judg.
.A was forecuasted, Judge Sadler's
a / ad stenegrapher is PFrank M.
Osre, wh sueceeds Geo. C. Palmer,
chi6W . A. Crombie was named Jan
thidm h tes of nEdward ores.
r wr recorder has in the past
ba a luable emplodye of the South
a-mPa s Osmpany, where he acted
•t a hag time as assistant yard ma
i. Me has beeu with the eompany in
umlm eapetites for the past twenty
. pes where he made a record
· wM·ok .e is pread. He is alo a
tr d the Cresent Lodge Ne 3.
I1ef P, a M~asousr Ledae No. 214,
Kj <t. T.
. . U, Oasfe was formerly a clerk
oiTmSothera Paetfc ad became bet
fo.suwm wha he was a candlate
Gm-the ~gaa Government ticket against
sylli~sm for eamoer.
:mr Whe Cremble, who is alO
I verably known, is another
..b. ,t the d aethr a Paie Coan
a. Tt anyr urlads rejoa e at
K rIte la tOher n.p.it
Third District Ferry Franchise.
Everyone on our side of the river should be vitally interested in the sale
of the Third District Ferry franchise, the advertisement for the specification
of which will be published at an early date. According to advice from Capt.
W. J. Hardee, our City Engineer, the Algiers Improvement Association was
informed that the New Orleans Southern and Grand Isle Railroad will be
prospective bidders for this franchise, and, on this account, no doubt the city
will again re-advertise the franchise so that it may be sold at public auction.
Most of us are well acquainted with the conditions affecting the Canal Street
Ferry franchise, and while there were many improvements over the old syse
tem in the new franchise, we can see now, after the passing of several years,
that the conditions imposed upon the new company then are inadequate to the
needs of transportation at the present date. We should, therefore, exercise
every precaution in preparing the requirements for this new franchise, that we
should incorporate into it the improvements that we see are so necessary to
day. In making up the new francise to be offered for sale, the Algiers
people of course should have the most to say, as 95 per cent of our people are
the supporters of the ferry company, and the ferry committee of the Algiers
Improvement Association will be pleased to receive any suggestions from any
of our citizens at any time regarding any part of the specifications, so that
they may be in a position to familiarize themselves as to the wants and re
quiremeints of the citizens of the Fifth District.
Hon. Martin S. Mahoney, 321 Pelican avenue, who is chairman of the ferry
committee of the Algiers Improvement Association, has been very busy during
the past few weeks writing up the franchise so as to make it beneficial
to our citizens. Suggestions for improvements over the old system, and even
those obtaining at the Canal Street Ferry to-day should be reported to him at
once. The other members of the committee who may be more conveniently
located to those offering suggestions will be pleased to receiv suggestions and
to offer same at the first meeting, which is to be held with Capt. Hardee. The
following are the other members of the committee:
Peter S. Lawton, Newton & Hendee streets.
Frank C. Duvic, 523 Morgan street.
Julius Bodenger, 161 Delaronde street.
Dr. C. V. Kraft, 500 Verret street.
Jos. W. Lennox, ex-oficlo, corner Pelican and Belleville streets.
A WATERMELO PARTY.
On Wednesday, July 24, quite a num
bher of girls and boys gathered at the
home of Myrtle Clasen, where a water
melon party took place. The evening
was indulged in music, singing and
playing games and a most enjoyable
time was had. Those present were:
Myrtle Clasen, Camille Spahr, Irma
Schroder, May Bowers, !eona Ver
doodt, May Lowe, Gienevieve Hauer,
Myrtle Christy, Irma Tuft, Alma Ger
retts, Nova Sadler, Nettle Horn, Leah
Schroder, Nellie O'Donnell, Verona
Hanley, Thelma Clasen and Nicholas
Collette, Vincent Lowe, Freddie Stras
ser, Janssens Jones, Vallerie Barras,
Mert Sadler, Raymond Curren, George
Jones and Warren and Raymond Spitz
Miss Elouise Schroder and Elouise
Lecourt entertained their friends at a
hay ride Saturday night at Kenner, La.
A most enjoyable time was had by
all. Music was furnished by Fisher's
band. Delicious refreshments were
served. Those present were: Misses
V. Judlin, M. and L. Schroder, F. and
H. Senner, E. Abbott, V. Johnson, M.
Escousse, M. Leathem, J. Forrest, L
Hauer, M. Feahney, C. Baker and
Messrs. E. and J. McCloskey, P. Mc
Givney, R. Schroder, O. Gainnie, K.
and A. Christy, H. Strasser, T. Morri
son, J. Olsen, W. McGarry, I. Rostrop,
A. P. Junot, P. J. Llgard, R. and V.
Rainey, M. Vezien, J. A. McIntosh, Jr.,
H. Higgins, R. Gould, C. Fath, S. Clem
ents and A. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lampton chaperoned the crowd.
A social ride was given on Saturday,
July 20, by a number of boys and girls.
The jolly crowd was chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. F. Schmitt of Belle
.ville street. They met at the resi
nce of Miss Lillie Buhler in Pelican
avenue; from there they proceeded to
Milneburg where Mrs. P. Clements re
ceived the party with a glad welcome,
after which refreshments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe.
P. Schmitt, Mrs. P. Clement, the Miss
es L. Harrigan, M. and P. Gross, P.
Guerring, A. Henup, M. and P. Jolly,
C. Hanley, M. White, V. Assets, W.
Cox, M. Johnson, Z. CavaLaugh, G.
Short, L. and Ora Buhler; Messrs. W.
McGeary, P. McGivney, R. and V. Rea
ney, T. Morrison, E. Casey, G. McCord,
R. Gould, f. Haley, . Gainnale, 8.
Clements, W. Lawrence, C. Huber, C.
Fath, H. Hanley, A. Zatarain, W. Mil
ler, A. Munts, V. Donnelly, L Schaub,
O. Lindqulst, A. Meyers and C. CoL.
On Saturday evening some of our
most popular girls and boys met at the
i home of Miss Vallie Hebert and pro
ceeded to the other side of the river,
where they met an automobile truck
and enjoyed a ride around the city.
The evening was a most enjoyable one
and the young folks arrived home tlred
but happy. Those participating were:
Misses Juliet and Dot Babb, Vallie
Hebert, Odile ad Ceile Born, Neosha
and Alloe Breen, Leona Huguet, Fran
ces Statskowski, Margaette and He
drie renlngr; Mrs. L Baaman and
Mssr, lts Diehlm Camile Mire,
John 6taub, Hrria Tabrre., Wallace I
Hebert, Franis RIcharden, John Mc l
Clokler, Bob Pk GeeaWGeor,
adiie and Sanfead Hebert, Jamea Sa. 4
bn, Eugense Thlgpe. ad Walter Ba.
The jolly crowd ws chaperomed by 1
Mrs. J. B. BDhla.
TRY oUn DErcIro S ECU iCarUM
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ALGIERS STREET RAILWAY.
General Manager C. E. A. Carr, of
a the Algiers Railway and Light Com
pany, stated Tuesday that work on
the new line along Morgan and Pat.
I terson streets will commence within
the next few days, and the rails are
being unloaded and other material
i coming over at a rapid rate.
When the cars commence running
they will form a belt line, making con
nections over the present Pacific ave
I nue line, and through it connecting
I with Gretna and the Naval Station
Concerning the extension to the Im
migration Station Mr. Carr said the
rails were being hauled there, but the
ground was still too soft to permit
construction work. He expected it to
dry out in a week, and then a large
force of workmen will be engaged and
the track laid and the wires strung.
When the water has receded sum
ciently to make a start on the exten
sion from Gretna to Waggaman this
r will also be rushed with all possible
s haste. In the meantime preliminary
work dealing with this line is being
TO GET FOUR SUBMARINES.
The deadlock between House and
" Senate conferees over battleships in
. the naval appropriation bill, the
" House in its Democratic caucus hav
ing reiterated its decision against any
battleships, and the Senate standing
firm for at least one battleship, will
- not affect the item of four submarines
in the bill. The vessels are to be sta
tioned at New Orleans for defense of
that city and mouths of the Mississip
pi. House and Senate conferees have
agreed to leave in the four submarines
and the House now is reported to be
willing to increase the number to
eight, only four of which, however,
would be stationed at New Orleans,
provided the Senate will abandon its
stand for one battleship. No matter
what the outcome of the disagree
ment, New Orleans will get four sub
An enjoyable evening was spent at
the residence of Miss Marcella John
son on the eve of her departure for
Illinois for a month's visit. Solos
were rendered by Messrs. O. Gainnie,
N. Brownlee, S. Clements and O. Lind
quist. After dancing, refreshments
Those present were: Misses G.
Short, L. and O. Buhler, A. Henup, M.
and P. Jolly, C. Hanley, M. White, N.
Scheffel, Marcella Johnson; Messrs.
W. McGeary, R. Reaney, T. Morrison,
E. Casey, O. Gainnle, S. Clements, C.
Huber, C. Path, O. Lindquist, C. Du
ran, A. Meyers, W. Talbot and N.
Brownlee; Mr. and Mrs. M. Koning,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Goodlett and
daughter Ethelda, Mrs. J. A. Guillot
and Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnson and Mrs.
R. J. Johnson.
CRESCENT LODGE TO CELEBRATE
prescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., the
third oldest orgaaisation of its kind in
the state of Lou'iana, is making ar
rangements now to celebrate its annal
versary. The committee,. consisting
of all the olfers tof the lodge, now
have the efRair in charge and it will
be deced in a few dls where the
oeelebtlo will be held. It will, how
ever, cosist of a banquet and ad
drse from the pr'eipal members
of the order. Very Iokely oe of the
lake rerts will be selected dor the
*emside. Mowever, to date no sele
Shes be mas, cotrary to er
nmes awearlwa i an daery papern.
TIhe emo, the theatre et ni-L .
The asey me at s n i lnews. le
eseal air IIf s lanw I e
Irs to e Utaime Spetaetle.
Roger eon knew #eses, and that
they were useful for near vision in the
old. For optical purposes, they ap
pear to have been ground first about
l155 by a certain Salvino degli Ar
matt, said ti have died in 1317. A
monk of Pisa, Alexander della Spina,
who died in 1313, also has been ac
credited with the invention of speo
tacles and with the promotion of their
Don't Tell Her.
The girl who tells you she thinks no
man is good enough for any woman is
merely trying to goad you into an at
tempt to convince her that she is
Having learned the important date
when the United States mint was es
tablished and the cotton gin invented,
a grammar school pupil in Kentucky,
answering the question, "What were
two important institutions established
in Washington's administration?"
wrote: "Mint and gin!"-National
Leaning Tower's Secret.
The Leaning Towpr of Pisa is in no
danger of falling. For over eight hun
dred years it has been inclined to one
side, but it is said to be as safe to
day as when it was built. This is be
cause the workmen found it settling
to one side while they were erecting
it, so the tower was made accord
Queer Way of Fishing.
A curious mode of fishing is in
vogue at Cochin, South India. The
large nets are let down into the wa
ter on bamboo cranes and then sud
denly hoisted up by means of an ar
rangement of weights and pulleys.
The catch principally consists of large
prawns. The fishermen are of a low
caste, known as Malars. They eat
pork, and each man has a small plot
of rice by the riverside which pro
vides him with sustenance when the
fishing is slack.-Wide World Maga
Hen's Ample Vocabulary.
It is claimed that the common hen is
not far behind the turkey in her vo.
cabulary. Furthermore, she is said
I to be a much more fuent "talker" than
the rooster. Her cackle is used for
three different purposes, and each
cackle is different from the other
cackles. One she uses when seeking
a nest, or when calling for her mate;
one when she is frightened; and an
other, of a triumphant sort, as she
flies from or to the nest.
Hard to Corner Sheridan.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan was vis
iting at a country house, where a
venerable spinster bored him with her
attentions. She wanted to be his
companion on a walk through the
park, but he excused himself, saying
the weather was too bad. Later she
intercepted him as he was about to
leave the house alone. "Well," she
said, "it has cleared up, I see." "Why,
yes," replied Sheridan, "It has cleared
up enough for one, but not enough for
Love at First Sight
Think of It! "No such thing as
love at first sight!" Why, the ides
is preposterous! Every man who was
once a boy, and every woman who was
once a girl, can testify by personal
experienoe that there is such a thing
as love" at first sight, and even the
recollection of it causes the oldest
hearts to flutter again. Every writer
of novels and every reader of them
can add to the testimony of love at
arst sight.-Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele
Make a Lasting Epitaph.
Live for something. .Do good, and
leave behind you a monument of vir
tue that the storm of time can never
destroy. Write your name, in kind
ness, love and mercy, on the hearts of
thousands you come in contact with
year by year; you will never be for
gotten. No, your name, your deeds,
will be as legible on the hearts you
leave behind as the stars on the brow
of evening. Good deeds will shine as
Sure Enough Primitive Town.
Aden is a imitilve place. Drinking
and bathing water is drawn froni the
sea, condensed and delivered to resi
dents in wagons at one-half cent a gal
ion. There is no plumbing and mod
ern bathroom fittings are conspicuous
by their absence. Washtubs are used
for bathing purposes. The authorities
have considered piping water into
Aden from Lahej, about thirty miles
dtistant, but have come to no decision
in the matter as yet.-London Globe,
Doubly an Agnotio.
Professor Mahafy was once exam
I ning a man who had put himself
down as an "agnostie" on entering col
lege. He was having a hard time at
Mahafy's hands over some "crux"
passages in a Greek book. '"I believe,
thlr," said Mahaiy, "that you are
aw-are an agnothtie in religiouth mat
terth." The man feebly acquiesced.
"Well, then, thlr," said the profeussor,
"I can quite athure you that you are
an agnothtle In Greek ath well"
PERCY 8ADLER IN HOSPITAL.
Percy Sadler, a former resident of
our town, Is confined at the Touro In
firmary, where he was operated on a
few days ago. He is reported to be
AN ENJOYABLE OUTING.
A jolly crowd of Algerines spent a
very pleasant week at the New Para.
gon at Mildlebr.rt The pasty was made
up of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter and family,
Mr. and Mrs..larry Wagner and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and fram
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Gentile. The invited
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donaesnfel
ser and famir Mmese M. Dwyer, aI.
nor Fins and vely Klmer, Mrs. Hen
--yatn d bghtsr, MIssi uars ad
r- D aMeem W. J.A a
% ·.'T- m .m t m x
r- VERY OFTEN
Weary-I wonder wats do cause of
Ruggles-Why, anybody ought.,
Miss E. Zee-Why?
Mr. Kidder-It's nearly four months
since you read your graduation essay,
and the president has not takeon your
advice on how to run the country yet
The City Boy-Me bruder is do
man wet does de dirty work ter do
Country Boy-You don't sayl
The City Boy-Yes; he's got charge
d do street cleurl dopartment.
HIS FAITH COST HIM MONEY
You shouldn't put your trust in
I learnod that the other nlght when
I was playing pokher; I bet on qPems
but tbhe other follow had kas.
EYE FOR HARMONY
Tome-Why doee your mistress Us
rd rlbboa on you'
Tabby-Because re goes best with
a brunette complexion. I gess.
Queen Elizsabeth was very muchd
provoked when she found thaut her
cousin, Mary queen of Boots, had been
put to death. "I can't lIelp it if peo
pie will lose their heads at critical
moets," her maesty petulantly o
el"imoi. A far as 1 am conmersed,
the oeaurrer was enturely az-d.
anosEw knewi wht m-ta sea
FOR SALE-FOR RENT.
Fine Brewster buggy and harness,
cheap. In first-class condition. Apply
Dr. A. C. King, 305 Vallette street
Half of double cottage, located at
326 Oliver street; all sanitary im
provements; seven rooms and bath.
Apply to 328 Olivier street. July25tf
For Rent-By the day, week or
month, Clement House Milneburg
Pier. Rates reasonable. Apply 435
Pacific avenue, or phone Algiers 531.
MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH NOTES.
Regular monthly meeting of the
vestry to-night. Important business.
Next week, Tuesday night, the
Mount Olivet Branch of the Woman's
Auxiliary will meet for the last time in
this fiscal year. At that meeting our
contributions for the extension of the
church work at home and abroad will
be presented. It is earnestly hoped
that there will be a large attendance.
The meeting will be held at the rec
tory, and the hour is 7:30 o'clock.
Our sympathy goes out to the wife,
mother and family of Richard Sher
wood Parker-the young marine engi
neer who died last Monday as the re
sult of a broken neck, having dived in
shallow water in Lake Pontchartrain.
The funeral was held from his late
home in Vallette street, and from the
church, interment being in McDonogh
ville cemetery. May God in His in
finite mercy have compassion on them
and grant unto him rest and peace,
and may light perpetual shine upon
WILLIAM J. 8TENHOUSE.
The community was greatly shocked
Wednesday morning to learn of the
death of young William J. Stenhouse,
one of our most popular and progres
sive young men.
Mr. Stenhouse, who was operated on
on July 15 for tonsilitis, was appar
ently doing all right and was out on
the street Tuesday. After the- opera
tlon Mr. Stenhouse had several hem
orrhages, but these were stopped and
everything pointed to a speedy recov
ery, when a blood vessel broke again
and more hemorrhages came on, caus
ing him to bleed to death before the
hemorrhage could be controlled.
Deceased was born in Donaldsonville
twenty-one years ago, and was highly
esteemed by all who knew him. He
was educated in our public schools
and for the past seven years had been
in the employ of the Morgan's Louisi
ana & Texas Railroad in different cler
ical positions. He was a member of
the Alhambra Gymnastic Club and of
the Catholic Mutual Benevolent Asso
ciation. Deceased is survvied by his
mother, by three brothers, Robert,
Ross and Richard Stenhouse, and by
tw6 sisters, Mrs. J. Calvin and Miss
The funeral will take place this
morning at 10 o'clock from his late
residence, 230 Bermuda street. Fu
neral services will be held at the
Church of the Holy Name of Mary.
RICHARD S. PARKER.
Richard S. Parker, the young ma
rine engineer, who was injured by div
ing in the lake at Milneburg, died
Monday morning in the Charity Hos
pital. He was 23 years of age and
lived at 422 Vallette street, Algiers.
Parker's head struck the bottom of the
lake with considerable force and when
he reached the hospital it was seen
that he had little chance to recover.
His spinal column had been fractured.
Mr. Parker and his wife, with Emile
Floegel, another marine engineer, and
Mrs. Floegel, had gone for a pleasant
evening's outing to Mllneburg. After
a while the party decided to go into
Moreau's bathhouse for a splash. Mr.
Parker and Mr. and Mrs. Floegel went
into the water. Mrs. Parker remained
in the bathhouse and watched the oth
ers having fun in the water. Mrs.
Floegel wanted to leave the water af
ter a while, but her husband persuad
ed her to remain.
While Mr. Floegel was playfully
splashing water on-his wife, Parker,
who had mounted a beam, plunged
headlong into the water. JIe failed to
calculate the .depth, however. There
was less water than he thought, and
his head struck the bottom. His body
came up, apparently lifeless, to the
surface. Some men nearby rushed to
his assistance and he was hurried to
the Charity Hospital, where it was
found that the third vertebrae had
Parker, who had followed the sea
for several years, was a marine engid
neer for the United Fruit Company and
enjoyed an enviable reputation. He is
survived by his wife, who was Miss
Julia Donewar, and by one child. The
funeral took place Monday afternoon
at 2:30. Interment was in McDon
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TeL . ..... .
3.00p.m... iaif.,y-tte 'ot l
7 :30 p.m.... ' is Llmtd ".,
10:00p.m...'a .C. Expremg, g -
La.. 'lex. and Cal..-..
'FXA.S & PACInI,
4 :00 a m... Boce Lacal
9:00a.m...EI lIeao & Cal.L.,
4:25 pm...New Roadse eal.. i
8:30 p.m....Ft. Forth Urn...
QUEEN & CRESCENT
(Termina! Station, CUaal , ]
1:30 p.m..N. Y. 4 Wu1a
:.0 p.m....Cir. 4& LAhebih".,
4:4e p.m.. St. L.ous C Chap -
8:00a.m....CIo. 4 Ashevlle..,
8:00a.m St. Louis & Cl . ag
S:00a.m.... Merldlan Aces... 4
4 :45 p.m..... 1teridlan Lcal
-- ... Uattiesburg laUI... S
7:10 a.m.. l'Icayune 4 Int. p
NEW ORLEANS GREAT
(Terminal Station. Cas'l
lertown. Folsom & I .
43 :80p.m... Folsom, Colambla, .;
lertown and lat....
Sunday O l. ""
A :55 a.m... Jackson, Columbit p .
lertown and int.... ..
6:40 p.m...Columbla, Tylastr"a
and Intesmedlate ...
7:3a.m... Folsom, Covlates.
Ablta Sps. and t....,
MOBILE & O -. -
(Terminal Station, Canalrt
8:00 a.m...8St. Louis Limal.
T730p.m...8L Louis apre..
5:380p.m...Dally, Ex. Saq.~
8 :45a.m....... Sunady ....
T.'00p.m...... Suandy ....
S:30 a.m.. . turday ....
FRISCO LUN. .
(Terminal Statue, Cart
QectIve aunday, April ,
6:50 a.m. Lv. New Orleans..
9:50a.m. Ar. Batos ERoea.la.
12:57 p.m. Ar. Opelonugs ...I
1:40p.m. Ar. Eunlee ......Ia
5:30p.m. Ar. Crowley .....4I
5:30p.m. Ar. Beaument ...
:20 p.m. Ar. Houston .....Ia
1:35 p.m. Lv. New Orlea..*.
4:45 p.m. A. . aton
7 :35 p.m. Ar. Opelousas ..
8:20 p.m. Ar. Enice .....
9:30 p.m. Ar. Crowler ....IL
LOUISIANA BAILWAt & tI
(Terminal Statos. Cami
6:10 p.m. L. New Orlesas.
9:08 p.m. Ar. Batos _ea.
2:35 a.m. Ar. Alexandria .
7 :55a.m. Ar. hrevept ..
No. 8- A- y s
:35 a.m. Lv. New OrleUs.
9:40 a.m. Ar. BatOn Euee.
6 35 Lam. Lv. New Oe
9:40 a.m. Ar. Baton Neqag.
11:30 a.m. Ar. Angela .
NEW ORLEANS TERMIRAL
Lv. New Orleans............
Lv. Chalmette ..............
NEW ORLEANS BOUT
(Formerly N. 0., Ft. Jaibe
8 .05 m....... Dail .....
4 :00p.m..Dally. EL. at. 4 559.
5:30p.m...Saturday a Ml,
iLave MIllneburl-- 3~Qf
10:30 and 11:30 a m.; j
3:30, 4:00, 4:30, : 5:00
7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:80,4
and 11:30 p. m.
6:00, 7:50, 9:00, 10:02
12:01, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 3
5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6.0, 1
8:30, 9:00, 10:00 and 11
In Effect Wednesday, May
5:30 a ..
Iavye Mllneburg-4 ,
10:00, 11:00, 11:59 a. 8.
4 :40, 5:40. 1:0051 8 :1 ~
Leave Canal Stret-I
4:00, 6:15, 7:26 p. m. _
S630 7 9:50, 9:20 108
12:31 i:40, 2:45, 4.05, .
8:45, 10:00 p. m.
NEW ORLEANSB 033'
4:00 p. m..Colnmbl,
:45 a. m..Jackson,
4 *30 p. m..Folsom,
m., Gretna car leaves
10 minutes after: 30 IeslS1
minutes to the hour. LA
street terry for Gretna e
ah TA CAR-lan S
at 5:28 a. m. and an
the hour and 12 mInutes **
car leaves Gretna at 12_:3'
PACIFIC AVE. LIl
lag begInning at 5:3Fa. m.
milnutes after and 20U
Last car leaves terry_ t 1
PACIFIC AVE. I[
beginalng at 525 a. .
atm alter the hour, taa T
for Nbewt on and TeOhe 6:
at Newton and Tcece
car for fterry every Oa
eaves lower coast at i2:3 i
NAVAL STATION--- '
m tor lower eouast. Coa
ie Arenue Ita from
Tehe1 streets every 5
at 5:40 a. m. Las at
TecIhe at 12:08 a
- at Newte.s ad