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Algerines at Law.
C VIL DISTRICT COURT. S:,ucipation of Sarah Lyle.-A. A ,-, eri. Smancipatlon of Daniel Lyle-A. A ISanseri. Jos. Rumore vs. John Bergeron judgment for plaintliff, $218. Buburban Drug Store, Lt. vs. Mrs hi. Snow, widow, $14.70 merchandise. BUILDING PERMIT. Joseph Loyacano, owner and build er, two frame sheds, galvanized iror roof, Patterson, Merril and Iline, Lane, $130. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Winm. Laumann to Security Buildint and Loan Association, 2 lots, Suni;per CHARTER. oF ItA-li*:TT tl.;A. & oil. il .i'ANY I N IT I: " SNT A T E . Fi . l' l c: l 1 .. T' ,'h al (IIO IA l IsiAN.. I '.\ltl'll 11 " ,I:aEI.\N1 ITI'Y 111'' NIEW\ oIItE11 . l e It k , lnv l th I l . I .,l" II ii l ' I ' l -'e b r u a rt in t h, :I , 'li- "" " . ,o i .n . , , , . " h , t Iand int " i huu lr d :Iti l 'irLa-'| ar . 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'l :t t" ils at e"w e ilr d e iado ilh of irla 'i, ll t S ,* trnlo l , Loiar. and ahll Itatlnul or ,tlrate thiit proeIv -. a, s ll , sie irve l,ua Po 'er perl" ,,l tin teute. ititn ihe uand-pr sadent. ur, in -rit lion aned of ph ofiih si It , fioer th ulon I.ltc plicrctarr ol ilF llltl' il aThe olrec a and purposes for 1 witint he" orlpnllatioln if tll artlhe and tllihe, inu-rsl ARITICLE1 I. th e Iame :1la title ofarr d on tid t are drill lharll !a'd Ih c "litsed t Ia to poil rhaoi. ln,. and oathlrw it acqui rra"t dispose it real, estate. oil and mineral landt and oil and ijo aerl rhifor and fan other full teret , iand of ninboty ine oit!aa yarnd frol ne l aft. r To l tol break t, al or at pleasure;li lre, d ti recelve, i- e. , hold and convey, t, w ",'ll a - ate nm, thiproperty , o h rleal an, drllsn out-l; Ilo name ander appoint such mppratr and dirbe or , oiers, ll atront a the inl. terest anri convnivptence of said 'rploratilon may re quire on, n ermake and etabdlil, r. well as alter and amend at pleasure, such by laws. rules ano retulatlonm or the proper maul agement and regulation of the affairs of said trpracted , ld imarttiy he necp ry and proper. AIITIC'Ir: !I. The domie. le of the said orporeation shall Sat New Orleans, arish of treanen Stado-te pr: to shall e sell rved upon the pcqire id of .id orlporation. or, in cats of lls ahlb eell. upon th vieopresi to dent, or, In the bto lncte of ihmh of these orers, pon the, secretary of t corpra, dll storn. ARTIIOLE III. The ojes t d f and purpos for whch this corporation I ongtablished and the naturd om the business ltd be carried on by it are de clat red and speitd to be to purchase. own, holdt. etll, mortgage, lease, alienate, riv nd oherb wise acquire and dispoe of real 00.tate, oil andd mineral lan nd oil and m n eral rights and any other interest In lands, both In Louisiana and elsewhere. To buy. sell, own, lease or otherwise acquire, and to operate and maa0.00) as prTcipal or ati ageldnt In this state, or at elsewart there, drilling out its, machinery, appliances, apparatus and buildlins o every dto esptom used or ta-opo ble for use the extraction of ottil, gas, or -ay other mlnerals from the earth, and for the housing, preservatio n, handing p rhasin and transportation of the sae when so ex tracteds, ad chargilarly storage tanks and pipe ies, all solerrly d er uses redof its ow tse losm sad without power of eminent car tmal: to ay. sell or othertl acquire and alllate, and to establd; ah, expor or import oil tallerals or leral preats of all boads and dinetosne with tsold olect s to leser bhysell, rid, or erwise to acquire, are orld to te ad mltaln warehousesrd, sheds, storage tanks, task ears, dwellngs storm houres erd repair etoped to secll mercha dise ead ltoa on a go eralhtore and com m nsaryw and to a htotels, board all houses nsd la4bol bsases fora its and empoet mad em hr ad tood r xer Tinsa sot beexp sy s iced relate to the o s-ta haveiubeAau su 4srbe. AWsTClir IV. The pital stock of thea o d corporationll e.O0t , divIde ilt a d er d te boented by dir toes drud d twenty (12) shaolres of rt dollare ($50.00) ll co. Thitte a of tie tUM stock or any part thereos may be lsa ed and delivered to ll etrs, Arm or torpor ation for the aiulZ u of rights, pr Tlhge trst elebtie pro erldy i rehbse r aco tlhl b er rais ao rt he, lsp rv lapty dmeat, settlemset a adjustment of tit cests, fees, eharges and expenses and com mission is rred coir ervice be ndred i the formatSo and irtaletlon of the s or mallt e sth ao to U te Illa b aboul ite ea and otf property, rlo ts s et hseesh, alhasir; sieo for cesh or ilt a tlleso t o Lfeemae t ansm the boa mwo dhleetsrl o determs: ailin for t'ea stbcdole re oer ras asuhe upo tie ee- of t th empamy. Te b ra t dliree addra he|a t eOstusal elverlly t eW ae mesnosesst s tte a and tin ineo of rra mTICa Vao Allhowr of v corpottee sall hi yd to i dane er.te by t h barn hieo otfs, ee ,apM_ of inv (e) rseekohlrb , psl _dthe e ~ o o sa11 tohtltte a quorum sol the _reasst of iustaes T hea btorin wemr to es sall te nele thtte a sear · a Sthe bard et dero tert and, it thre an t databoe spaId shia met di ss we -of- oln.._ lb irs 'eW m -- lloon m- eshtie M eeit* asm the inhal pi se vlc r otset a seeha sm i mWre hall Dt1 hai shal in ead suc other eerso as tin the owe a rt to at i o Ls, - 1 th above o othsr oM es ma fHe hov the owear tet saw tl en o nD eeam ad stu ero er tier as t Sae . T ad o d __egot mee es M aa h e er ae e J rsu ee un a meat tebeh q bma g t ma 01 w mu , I -w _i't_ a Nl il Y ~ff Homer, Hendee and Newton, $2,300 cash.-Zengel. Purchaser to vendor, same property. $2,300 terms.-Zengel. Mrs. Henry Carstens to Eureka Homestead Society, portion, Vallette, Chestnut, Peter and Patterson, tl."1,o casa.-Benedict. Purchaser to Widow Daniel Hart nett, same property, $1.0')0 terms. Benedict City of New (ileans (Widow .Ia:Msi Williams, to E. Hi. Wharton Davies. lot, Pa(iiti .\Atlianti, Hlomer and New ion. $ !"- t isV.- .Legier. inid I)e.el.itpment co. of La.. Ltd., to lose Iti.z, portion, Nunez. La Inar'tli, Teciw :and i)e.\rmas, $ 'tnv e I ii.i r- 0i0 10. t '" it:i r . a ,"t i I i t , t th "r iti'iI en it rlnl in . ,: ,il ti i l li h avi e the pj i " h r, s i'e ; iu ctet , :i n t l5 I - . lh t:n f " p r I3 i ilit irl ' t i r - s ll. ulle , , : _IIv I i-r" lv iu l,mlit u nu tl.ii ~ . i r i ti hi n n . , i i all onrl of tl. pr, qrtý. lin l. cl an di'l . iir miti"re . or thl I Ihll tosir i .:r'ttibf .a \ ie di.i....d with the 5si'tlt if lre .firt111 ' if, te in-pitl sit.uk refpre-r rs1 i!1-iili ffor tit. powr to r .1i\iits1 tty- n hall . piiu' pii " ien 'i, .te or in or1 i tie; i:iiý*t ' I- clt shbel in te par-dit Ill. of t " ,rl i- ti . to 'ut Ir oIlsi f.r any ,i"f ih wi-ek durin. . it ' thir 4r:14in, aiths n.ut pr-r 'itn s l m n uon tl tar o siih neetilng ant i lxt noetin t i.l"d ahedt Iuer. eitih IttcIhorlnor who aplr, a- litd uch in Ihe isork of lth. I, -mp ',. to tile pcont ofl.-i a.d sdre I. .1d I. 1t d liard. .li , and .n .se Fr, . .1il Il. to . iih. anst h an add reI i, , withe n A. ,pol pir..d* , t.,1 I . II. I G t ry. a i n h,, r. t.lir and itelirr l at New Orlans Any cihang0 whil.h nr ' is' prilssed or 'lmade with relferne tt, l; capital stocL f vaid corpora tion s al l ti made iln alori, ,nc ,width th- larI ob th ntatei or Loull any thr i..Ia." . I . ,firs shall 1Ie liq idated on the snbjet of atering the amount oler cap ve..Id for timi p ed upon a omitin. ln c here inaftere prlt ld.pon the aIt li.in ote en twho th one the to L o by the orpolertion. Sperson old r Iball ever : held isible or re shaponll remain ior until th e af orfaults of sathi corporation. any haurthe r sfully settled an thed lunpaidt. alane de on the shall full stower owned by hint, nor shall any mere l flormal tyand anthorgnitato transfer andthe eive title toendr inll the chassets and propand void of the orxp.irati. the amand to distribute on hi stproceeds. In aseof In order that this ciharter may also serve Seathe or disability or resigptn of the or name conmissioners the vacancy shalso l besu rilled by th surviving commissioner or m them. nilssoners. ARTIi'II VII. This t of ncorporatioed n may ie n odthe ted. hangedeir or altered, or the id pearer cand orat r on may the diss anlved withe aoresaent .,f three -furths of the capital stock repre enter d at any ho general eeting of khold Ors i eneid for . II. Judre. afJ. D.r pre Ilons noti-e shall have twen given iln one or nore daily nWttispapers puhlihlhd in the par hard. of Orlean . a. . Fry. C. prn. once a. week during the thirty isani days next pre Oeding e.ch miming and upon tote dae of ch meeting, and by notle ma. Fr at least orty 140 days prior to such meeNo ting. to each stockholder who appears as such on the n ands or the panyri to the pOrleans, st offi ad Iresaa designated by him, and in case of fail tdre to designate o an address to thenera llry at New Orleans. Any tru changewhoph may s, proposed or nade with erfernce tol the capital stock of aid corporation shall Ie made in accord nee with the laws of the state of ouoana wn the snbject of altering the amount of cap tal stock of corporations, and it may be in resed or diminished upon a compliance herm withe upon the afrmative vote of two rds of th stock of the corportion. No tokholdr ll ever to th held liable or re sponsible for the contracts or faults of this orporation. In any further sum than the tnpaid balance due on the sharest of stock wned by him, nor shll any mor Informal ty in organisation have the efect of render ao this charter null and void or of expo li any stockholder to any liability beyond the amount due on hisul stock. In order that this charer may also serve a the orlinal subscription list, the sub cribers hereto have st opposite to their ame t Conucordamber of hares of stck sub crthled for by each of them. Thus done and passed n my or e di- the ity of New Orleans, n the presence of Fred H. Dienes and Frank Wm. oart, competent tnesses, of lawful age. who have signed their inames with the said appearers and e ota, on he day and date aforesaid, ib wa raeig the whole.h ou ward ir., F. i. G. Fry, C. A. porl, A. . Gugt ad others. Hwtnaeses : Fred II. -Dienes, Frank Wm. Hart. GUSTAF R. WIES$TFELDT, IR.. Sthe undersigned recorder of mortgages Sand for the prish of Orleans, state of ia, do bereby certify that the above aed foreoig act of Incorporation of the Bmet aGas and Oil Co ny wlas this day fOmi --. New a e trasve 14, 1913. tas trer l dk hch has bees thr A true copyeL I Lod lerD o Th GUsTAF d Weao PEbldT JR.. rib 0 2e dwith 20 2m 19ak tar A Th e nom Peie ai wh. An i wo fnocd It allClt to So dipetrse of Arle oa Morocco wis s: bI o e trslld to heth ort --d4 me, and at at ait old Moor,. - he mrel like ar goodater, for t r-d. hIt Iomat' ie said 'that auy inr tep oveience la the ne tw l win you be the L " .ealampwa. te s wos asso DOINGS AT THE OPERA By O. S. PHILLIPS. Miss Pearlie Fattershall yawned languidly over her noon sandwiches. "Have you been to the op'rat" she inquired of the stenographer from across the hall. "Oh, yes," assented that young per son, in accents of withering scorn. "I've been to the op'ra, and I wore my $500 Paris gown and my Russian sables and the diamond tarars I had such a time getting through the cus toms house, and I went in my new $10,000 limousine, too!" "Wake up!" commanded Miss Fat tershall. "They'll let you in for less than that! I went the other night myself, and, really there's Just as much fresh air up in the clouds as down in the parquet. The view was grand. I could look down into most of the boxes and see what our very best peo pie were wearing. In some cases it did not take long. "There was one woman with a white feather duster eighteen inches long, stuck in her hair, who fascinated me. Did she have a hole cut In the roof of her automobile, or did she sit on its floor while she was coming, or did she stick her head out of the window all the way, as though she was going to yell for the police? "I noticed that most of the women had feather dusters of some sort or other, more or less, fastened to their coiffures," Miss Fattershall want on, "and that must have been why the men were eternally leaving the boxes. I suppose they stood it as long as they could and then they had to retire to the lobby to sneeze. I should think each of them would slip a pair of scissors into his vest pocket and snip off those feathers when they became troublesome. No matter where the men sat or how they stretched their necks, those aigrettes always struck them right across the nose. "One young man kept stretching his neck to get above the bird of paradise that was tickling his countenance, un til I became alarmed for fear his neck would give way under the strain. But even from a distance I could tell that he would endure far worse for the sake of showing the crowd Lhat he was in Mrs. Bang-Swinger's box. "The young ones are dreadfully funny! It oozes out all over them that they are tickled to pieces to demon. strate their social progress. They seem to be thinking; 'Two years ago in the balcony, last year in the paz quet and now here I am in a box hooray!' Bless their little hearts! "I saw my boss' son and heir, Wil liam Fare-you-well Pye, in one of the boxes. He was trailing a slim young person who looked like a pink snake from where I sat. Unless William has sworn off since he drifted away from the mahogany desk father put in here at the ofece for him, a pink snake in his line of vision makes him feel right at home. Yet she seemed real flattered at having him aset as though he had never laid eyes on a pretty girl before. "I got kind of mixed on the op'rs itself. You see, I had read the libretto carefully, so I'd know what to expect, and it certainly sounded excitiag. There was the duel between the rivals, for instane, with ILdy Leonora fallng senseless at the furi ous clash of steel by the two who hated each other desperately. At least, that's what the libretto led me to expect. What happened was that after the basso had plitely waited for the tenor to finish his warbinr about how he was lgointC to slash him to mincemeat the two mrossed their swords in the air as thogh preparig tor the hors to walk uder in a psroceesos, and Leaorms brsmhed a f of her ear and saed into the wings while the curtain fell. "The," proede Miss attershal, "whm the rivals are trylag to abduct eomora from the conrst the libretto told how distracted sehe was and how she finally yields to the trobadour who carrie her of triumphantly. Well, I wish yo reld have en her toddle meeky o after him, as thuagh she was goln to buy a spool O thead, an mrely wondered who cold be the good lockln sentleman n roat of her. "Bat say! Who they come n aad tll the tmrhbadour that his mother i beig brned aliUn at the stab, I wsh yo esoul have s th way tht man thrw his arms grctalMy to herae sad struck altades san trbi hi ve, nto dieret hes and warbhld arm to Leaora. It was, to a mini a mighty peer mltation of Srushnts to the enms o hls poom eli pareat. "'Tl bat he fmnd only about a thim. bat. ashes whho go st therl "Buat," interrupt the stengrapher orm acos the b·a, *how about the muset Wam't the any mieis at the op'nr" "oh. es" said Miss hstereU, kh tr. "I orgot that The muds wao permhotl wand, believe mel 0bbago D8 Newa. "I w ." she ad, "that Ieold rm a seety of some Mt". "WhR" h beasu "rm tired bebn a nodr. Wham eo frms a as y e sts written abheet and talked about and aesn sapbi a Wy don't yeo form a Soietyr for the Preventon or Crelty to ausheana at Obistmas Timer If yeou sire to b a baeeoctres I don't know of a hattr way while co eoall bne. STEAM PLANT. 'Martia Koalg. our local heavy. weight pugilist hQhs been condct ing for some tle a nP4odate s .l a nshop t the carmr i g lfan P Verret reetm , has eagy a d a steam lent, ich i tLeisteqii e Uun for ans me drty o e ' hs emen thom tor cat ealu' wal ity O Vt with tim S 'te mrw plnr isrk 1·~~lS CHRISTLIKE SYMPATHY By GLENN H. WICHMAN. The little fellow stood there alone, bravely battling with the elements; the fiercely blowing wind, the whirl of snow and frozen rain. She hesi tated a moment and then leaning for ward put her mouth to the speaking tube. "Draw up at the left curb, Jarvis," she said. The chauffeur with a surprised look obeyed and brought the big car up to the curb, opposite the lone little figre on the sidewalk. Quickly pull ing her boa about her neck the girl alighted. The little child looked up and instinctively held out his cold blue hand. A shining quarter fell therein and the little fingers worked hard to close upon it. Almost sick ened by the sight she turned as if to enter the car but suddenly faced about and leaning over, took the little fel low's face between her hands and kissed him on the lips. His face brightened and then a sad look came into his eyes and two big tears rolled down his cheeks. The impatient driver threw the door shut with a bang and with a scream of the gears the big car went rolling down the wet street. In the rear seat the young lady was sitting, her snow white handkerchief playing its part valiantly about her streaming eyes. A rather harsh voice pierced the silence. It came from a man sitting beside her. "You women beat all," he said, "Every little brat on the street excites your sympathy." She took her handkerchief from her eyes. "Uncle Daniel," she said, "if I had my way I'd take him home." "Start an orphan asylum for chil dren who still have two parents. So?" he replied. "You do poor folks, in general, an injustice, uncle," she retorted. "Re member there is no reason under the sun why you should not have been born that little miserable half-starved wretch back there on the corner and he-you." "The saints be praised, was Uncle Daniel's answer. Presently they drew up before a big brown stone mansion and the two entered. Gay times there were that night within the' four walls of that spacious home. Dancing and music and a dinner. The old hall clock wa; just striking two as a girl in a black sealskin coat came slowly down the stairs. She stopped at the landing and peered over her shoulder and seeing no one through the semi-darkness went quick ly tiptoe back through the hall and into the rea part of the house. After a deal of feeling about she arrived at a door and softly knocked. Some one in the room noisily got out of bed, switched on the light and opened the door. "Jarvis," she whispered, "turn the light out and don't say a word." The chaufeur blinked his eyes and yawned. He started and trembling reached for the batton. She was speaking againa. His faee ell. "Jarvis, you must drive me down town this minute. You must." Jarvis shook his head and went to close the door. Instantly she held out a crisp bill. The driver of auto mobiles was all smiles now. Once out into the night she noticed that the weather had changed. It was eolder and the stars weore bright ly sh·tlg. Everything wet had rose. The car noiselessly slided through the lanes of dark houses and presently drew up and stopped at a street cot n.e. The girl in the aemlska Jumped em the ear belore it had tarly stop ps. Horror was written oa every lin of her faee Ther on the side walk, in the pale are light, lr a it tle crmpled bundle of hmanlty. With a multed shriek she ran to it, hthered it up In her arms sad tin a trice was uside her ear. "Jarvis Homel" she ered sad stripplbg her coa t wrapped It abst thelite fom asuir As she brshek the hat from where it had tfall cm his tee the her left her own. T-e little lad's umeemaslous lips were pursed for a kiss and two from. alt tle tears hung fom two partiill Th*e rl tll* t to ehau his bands ad Janr1, leoolmg back dro Sthe krdbaer. The - rose Uk a sreat ball o goaild oat the ast. Presetly Its rays ie pa a ra u little Ilge In a big eomfortahle lookiun 6bed. Is aide th bed hbalt a girl; haldims in beth her as tl smaller uem a cild. se - leugsinr Ihat his faee whie the oo1d doI ear n the haer side Hai the bed lekedrta sad maL. After a whlo th aer p emes and Uvne Dael ems In. Hes steed at the fot et th bed ad lob at tth ight bekle Mhi&mad th a te· a wlb earept ito is ea leddaeml the useds od doetir aodded his head, picked up his estehel ad let the room "The sintsa Dbe pased,' was all Heard li aStrs, Vri. L-g are sash a riles MYer? When I m thecard on the aesh once I have . held my breth. Mrs. B.-Wel, if y bought the cheasp ones yaou'd have to hold y n -os--eao 3vens Trduptm' Safe Per a Shert Distsnes A younga man who Is bleO with a ctd kt knsman seed sever har that he will be allowed to hld te high sa Dialos of hblmelt "What do you tMUk c my proJeet to study lw? ased yoag Wr hr of his remt-onaee baat Dsmnles a iaese whom he wm desiOus to pee pillate. I THEIR DAUGHTER LUCIA By JESSICA CARBARY. The man was hurrying to the sub way, when a child's voice called: "Daddy! Daddy!" He turned at the second call, but he was in haste, and had not time to heed the voice that was so like that of his baby. All the way down town the voice kept ringing in his ears, and during the day he continued to hear it, so that at three o'clock he left the omce and came uptown in the hope of see ing her again. The Clarks had been divorced two years before and be hadn't seen Lucia, their baby, since, though he, as well as his wife, had worshiped her. One afternoon about dusk he saw her on Riverside drive. She was in front of him; slowly he followed. She was with a maid. Presently they crossed the drive, and went into an apartment house. He watched them go in, then followed. The hall was empty, save for the elevator boy. "Does Mrs. Thomas Clark live here?' he asked anxiously. "Yes, sir," the boy answered. "That was her little girl, Miss Lucia, I Just took up." "Thank you." And he hurried out. For three days he pondered the situation; he had agreed to leave the child entirely to his wife, but now after two years he longed for her as he had never thought he could for anything. The next day he called, to be told tht Miss Lucia was out. The succeeding day he called a half hour later, to be told the same thing. As he had now no intetion of giving up his quest, he continued to call each day at the same hour. On the tenth day Miss Lucia was at home. He was shown into the library. Down on her stomach in front of the fire he found Lucia. The soft glow of the fire shone on the little figure, turning the yellow curls to gold. He watched her while she talked to a Teddy bear. "I wonder, Teddy, why we don't find father? Mother's all right, but little girls need fathers." The man with tears in his eyes was kneeling when she turned and saw him, and with a glad cry she came to him. For several hours he held her tight, an exquisite Joy thrilling him, and though the door opened and closed twice, he never noticed it. When he left he promised her to come again next day. That night a very happy little girl asked her mother for a story about her father, but the mother, on the plea of being very tired, refused. After the child had gone to bed Mrs. Clark sat for a long time trying to deo elde what to do regarding the father whom she never wanted her child to know. At last she decided that it she allowed Lucia to do as she desired perhaps the natural perverseness of human nature would assert itself, and Lucia would not care for him at all. "Don't you love mother now?" she asked one day. And when he didn't reply, she put her little hand on his face to find the cheek wet. bhe didn't ask any more questions, only murmured: "Daddy, I love you." She was quite hearbroken when he told her he must go away for a couple of weeks. He was gone much longer than he expected to be, and it was the week before Christmas when be retu.red He found Luial in the same posidtlon as the first time.l "Baby, dear," he said as he lifte her up. They sat quiaetly that Mrs. Clark, cmnaig into the room, was halbtway acrees before she observed them. A she turned to leave he looked up e their eyes met. A eonvualsive clasp of the body made the child look at him. "Father, when are you eaomig hoe hor always" He started and laughed harshly: the he took the bright little beo In his two hlads, ad looked at It in tetly. "I don't knew, by girl," he eel, sepl, "but whenever mther wlb ht She slipped to the Seer uSd qitly left th room. He hardly notleed that sh had gene, her question had inggested so many pesalbMties. Clam had looked kidly at him. "Father!" Two small arms wee areud his neck ad a dea r littl Iee lose to hs. "My ather dearl" th ws was very low, "methr aes yeu may - hams whenweve yea wa His HIelay. peles tw-k- in Sal ak- City. Oe -o hs -stome ie rr s·a r Mend the honker wrug mamug the owers n the yard. I we Deem. tie day and the hank was eloset "Ton ne work todayF Inquiled *I s soay not!" reglied the banker. "This is a holfy." "Me work a seas," sai . lng "Me work aseMsme every da l ewt semer "what do you do on Senrda slos -ao, ii ye da't work' inqulled the enther. Me wsbe plety abrt lest a wi- e was th chinama s re-l- The Aus ham f Fe ndls here the enviabe title of the h '* sb ighlesm of bs ide4le won Mis.m me Is qwestim. 1is teIe has bee eeme so semal am.b seemu thep he gChIr II. eo Poluan 3eYmnd L end James IL ot Aragen Dasmon. bowur of PaMe . talew KIIII. et Iras ds Poie L eo Por~. The seere .. Il ras sheamis mU iy 1 -ilsrCl i ALGIERS Interstate Trust and Banking Company 222 ELMIRA AVENUE Capital Stock $750,000.00 Surplus $400,000.00 4% Paid on Savings Account MRS L O. LOWE. Asst. Cashier To Enter 603 St. Chad.= To Enter Soule College :st. t FIVE FACTS WORTH INVBESTIGATING I. The 5th, 6th. 7th and 8th grade grammar courses of Soule College are taught by Experienced Male Teachers. 2. Arithmetic Is taught Personally to Every Student by the blsensible Soule reasoning system, Instead of by numerous arbitrary 3. Time saved to the Student by Excellent Discipline. 4. Our Shorthand and Bookkeeping graduates are In the Business Men's Preferred Class. 5. Reasonable Bates, Day and Night Sessions. Ladles received In all departments. The Murry Hill Buffet J-. i'"Veen Preprieter Slclaty WI nes, Liquors. Short Oder Lunches a S iCigars, Etc. Open After July 1st. 1912 507-511 Pattereon Street CONTROL OF7 TEMPER. Temper itself is not a bad quality. It is not to be destroyed, as we sometimes say. Without temper a bar of steel becomes likead. A man without temper is weak and worthless. We are to learn self control A strong person is one who has a strong temper under perfect mastery. There is a deep truth here-that our mistakes and our sins if we repent of them, wi help in the growth and upbuitIng of ow character. Formation of Worlds. There are two hypotheses in reference to the condition of the matter of the universe at the moment when science begins its discussion of the forlation of the worlds. Both these agree that the matter was in a nebulous condition As Professor Young says: '"This does not assume that matter was ereated in a nebulous condition. As the egg may be taken as the starting point tor the life history of the animal, so the nebula may be taken as the starting point for the life history of the planet ary slstem." On one theory the nebula was in the form of a heated gas; on the other, it was a cloud of cold me teoric dust. This latter many astroa omers think is more likely to be true --Selntifie American. Cleveor PFeat The girl was talking to the es-col loge man. "And what are you going to do now that you have completed your educa tlont" she asked. "Oh, I think I'11 live om ay Income," he answered airly. "I am disappointed In you. Litrve o your ncome, nladeeda Why don't you do some great deed to show the world how clever you are?" "My dear young wqman, It I sue coeed n living on my income It will he the eleverest deed any man ever ao eomplshed."-Cleveiand Plan Dealer. He Get on Deek. A sailor who had lande after a leog voyage, and having been paid ed eat ed a cab, threw his luggage Imle and jumped on top hinmelt "Bg pardon, sir," said the astorish ad eabmam, "but you should gat Indis and put yeo boxes on top." "'toer the craft ahead, Jarve. Pa neagers always go on deck and lug gage la the hold," was the reply from the top.-Landon Tit-Bits. AMe Odsehelder. "I understand that you onee sang in a glee dub." "Yes," tegied the great pelltilan. "And I want t tell you when a ass with a voice like mie an hel a po aids tIn a glee club t shows that he is some oeshldMar" - Loa Aag les rdstmer. U -~me - "My new look broke her wemd tuo m to com early." "Well, If her wor to you is all she brea tn the house you are gttlng of ea. "-Baltlmor American. 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