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Devoted to the Upbullding of the west Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XXI. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AGUUST 21, 1913. No. 15. AND OTHERWISE Alfred A Lennox arrived Sunday from Houston, Tex. lie left Monday for Bay St. Louis to spend a week. Miss Grace Lennox, who has been spending some time at Biloxi. spent a tiw days in town this week, returning to Biloxi yesterday. She was a;ccon panied by her little sister Maude, who will stay awhile there. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Herbert. Jr.. and George ITI. returned Sunday from Bi loxi, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ste.nhouse and little son, Robert MlC., and Messrs. Janmes and Elmer McCluskey left Thursday for a trip through the moun tains of Colorado, visiting Pike's Peak, Colorado Springs, Manitou. Pueblo and Denver. From here they will go West to Salt Lake City. They expect to be absent one month. Lieutenant Robt. Fels'her, of Truck No. 6, is spending his vacation at Gulf port, Mis.s Mrs. K. Graff spent the past week in Mandeville, the guest of Mrs. E. i'rud homme. Misses Marguerite and Cora Abel, of Slidell, who had been spending some time with M.rs. Wm. lwyer, have re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Koppel and little daughter Louise have returned after spending two months in Galveston, Tex. Clerk Frank T. Gerard, of the Eighth Precinct, has recovered from a recent severe spell of illness, and returned to his post of duty. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fonseca. 931 Tteche street, are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a fine boy baby at their home during the past week. The steamship IHainaut and the reve nue cutter Windom were discharged from the naval yards Saturday. Sev eral vessels are awaiting repairs in the yards, among which is the steam ship Waneta, which docked Saturday. Miss Frances Statzkowski returned A Free Course In Shorthand W IILL be givem to amy ambitious yomg W ma or woman is return for a few hoers of pleasest work right here i Algiers. ThiL i a reaulor $25.00 correapeodemce cooree with free teat books. teit exercia . speed exercises and letters of .gesties. Address-OPPORTUNITY. care t Algiers Herald. Algiers. La. HART'S MIDSUMMER SALE tSLIGIITLY U'SED. SAMPI'LE AND SIIOP WORN PIANOS BIaGGAT GENUINE PIANO RARGAI.NB EVER OFFERED IN NEW ORLEANS 'These Pianos are offered at far less than their market value. Now is the time, if ever. Five dollars down and the Piano is yours for immediate delivery. or if you want It. we will keep It for you until moving time and deliver it in your new bhome. Every Piano guaran teed just as represented. Stool, Scarf. and Delivery is city FREE. A Full Line of Music. Talking Ms chines, Records, Musical Instruments, conducted by the Ashton Music Company. Limited. Popular Music, 10c. dJls HarlPlmans louse, Ltid. J. P. SIMMONS, President. 703-705 CANAL ST. NEAR ROYAL. Don't Just Ask For Ice Cream Be partleular. ASK FOR CUB TARD IOB CREAM. It makes l1fe worth living these hot days. It is the kind that "tastes like home made." Order it here. We will deliver it to you with a promptness that will prove a pleasant surprise. All favore, S$.00 a gallon. $1.00 half, 60e a quart. Don't forget to try our lunches. ThBey are famous for their goodness. OENWALIO I GAilS CANAL AND EXCHANGE PLACE SALES AGENTS Hayler'es LUNCH WITH US We Handle the Largest Line of Home Products And We are Always Pleased to Recom mend Them SOLARI'S Family Grocer A. M. & J. SOLARI, Limited, MAIN HOUSE-Royal and Iber ville Streets, one block off Canal Street. Sunday night after several weeks spent in lBaton Rouge and Plaquegnine, where she played on the stages in the different theatres there. Miss Maude Anderson left Friday morning to spend her vacation with relatives in Chicago and Hiuntley, Ill. Mrs. II. J. Thompson was the guest of her father, B. L. Anderson, for sev eraldays last week. Wim. Mahoney, accompanied by his daughter Irene, left last Saturday for Portsmouth, Va., where they will spend a few weeks. Mrs. F. C. Hymel and little daughter Margaret left last Saturday morning, enroute to Asheville, N. C. Mrs. F. G. Albrecht and daughter Muriel, and Mrs. C. W. Packard are en joying an extended stay throughout the western country. They have visit ed El Paso. Tex., Ciudad Juarez, Mex, and are now continuing their journey through New Mexico, Arizona and Cal ifornia, stopping at Tucson, Los Ange les, San Francisco. and Selma. They will remain until the latter part of September. Mr. - and Mrs. Leonard Gisch and daughter will return Sunday night from New York city, where they have been visiting relatives of Mrs. Gisch. Miss Ruth Brownlee left Saturday for Cincinnati, where she will be the guest of her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brownlee. Mrs. J. P. Laskey spent a few day:; in Pointe-a-la-lIache, La., the guest of Mrs. Gustav Favret. Miss Irene Laskey returned Monday from Pointe-a-la-Hache, after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Favret. Misses Edna and Anita Kleinkemper have joined a party and are touring Canada. On their return they will stop at Niagara Falls, Detroit and Chi. cago. The marriage of Miss Maggie Lea han and John C. Myers is announced to take place at the Church of the ioly Name of Mary on next Saturday. The groom is general manager of the Bodenger Plumbing Company, and both have many friends. Misses Nora and Isadora Donner left Monday for San Antonio, to visit rela tives. Miss Doris Donnenfelser is visiting friends at Hammond. Mrs. Otis Bourgeois and family are visiting their mother, Mrs. Calhoun. Mrs. Marie Louilse Wilcox is in Co lumbia, 8. C. Miss Florence Wints was a week-end guest of Miss Cornelia Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Casey and baby Lee spent Sunday at Bay St. Louis, the guests of his mother, Mrs. Casey. Miss Erminie Hopper, after a delight. ful month's stay at Bay St. Louis, the guest of Miss Annie Louise McNeely, returned home. Addis Casey, while in bathing at Bay St. Louis, proved himself a hero as he saved Master Louis Leonhard from drowning. The little fellow went out too far and became exhausted. Addis b'eing about twenty feet away heard him cry for help and went to his res cue. Irvin Harding, after spending a fort night at Bay St. Louis, the guest of Dwight Salathe, returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hubener of Dela ronde street are receiving congratula tions upon the arrival of a bright, b~onucing boy last week. Miss Eloise Schroder returned from Bay St Louis after two months' stay. Miss Eloise Lecourt returned from Bay St.' Loouis. Wmin. Giepert returned from Bay St. Louis after a week's stay. Mrs. W. P. Salathe left Sunday for Bay St. Louis, to be gone a few days. Wilts Frederick has accepted a posi tion with the T. & P. and is perma nently located in Algiers. Miss Predonia Mongrue had as her week-end guest Miss Minnie Boyle. On her return to Algiers, Miss Fre donla MIoagrue was suarprtised by a number of her friends. Tim LUncol spent several s wet rmaitwves tI AIuse. .Mrs. Willie Flellers and her little daughter. Miss Alma. have returned. after a delightful visit to her parent=. Mr. and M.rs. Philip ('olue, ich, of Nairn. Mis-. JlohaInia (;affray. who is th. i.'*st of MisS Au.\ usta Mongrue, Is thl' rli l i'llie t of nmuch socitl attetntl,n. Mrs. . 1. . lonIrunii' :iand her dan-h teir. .Mi F Fr-donia, retuirned on the fifteenth fromi a isit of three, weeks to her parentl. Mr. and Mrs I' 1 T. Iltai idouit:. of l.ah1 \ilbl . l.a. Mrs. It. F. Boy-le anid l'r.-ton Boyle y. were guests of Mrs A. Itouss.lle r. Miss Eugenie longriue is ss-ndin:. her at at ion in Ilatinvill-. l.a. The" inlfan son of l r. and M'rs. l.ouis G. \'Vb-.rt \\as christ. n-d on .Aaug. 1 ith by Rev. A. J. Sehliesser. The name ltbestowed on the little one was Louis Frederick Ernest \\ebert. The sipoi- tii sors were Mrs. F. .I. W'ebort and Ed- ~1 win (. Johnson. Miss helle Baron of Itaton tougio, l.a.. is spendinir a while w ith Miss Mol lie Kinkaid of Pelican avenue. 'l .Mrs. A. ('hotin of BIerwick, La., re turned last week after spending two e weeks with Mrs. Wm. Babin. Wim. Ilabin spent a few days last week with his family. 1 Miss Lillian Barlow left Tuesday for Belle Rose. La. Miss Edna Barlow is spending an while at Mandeville. it Miss Georgina Herbert left Monday t for Mandeville. Mrs. W. S. Slack returned Friday t from Bunkie. La. t Misses Lillian Engler and Minnie " and Alma Goebel are spending two a weeks in Monteagle, Tenn. d Master Hugh Lilly and little sister n Joeline of Hlazlehurst, Miss.. are visit- S ing their grandmother, Mrs. R. llafkes bring, Sr. Miss Ruth Pettigrove returned Sat urday from Hazlehurst. Miss. ti Miss Etta Pettigrove returned-last u week from St. Louis. S W. A. Nelson spent Sunday in Mor gan City. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rogers are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a little girl at their home. Miss Luella Dunn returned from Mo bile. Ala. s Miss Maude Tufts returned Sunday a from Austin. Tex.. where she was the a guest of Miss Zuleme Bostick. r Mrs. Robt. Hafkesbring, Sr., and her C erand daughter Roberta returned Sat urday from Lafayette. Misses May and Ruth Ilafkesbring returned Saturday trom Hazlehurst, Miss. Misses Edna, Susie and Irma Fruch- I nicht are spending the week with their aunt, Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Cross and little daughter were guests for a few days of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. ('ross at Chalmette. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Aycock are spending the week on the lake shore. BRECHTEL-FEHRENBACH. On Aug. 1Sth at 8 p. m., the wedding of Miss Etta Fehrenbach to Peter Brechtel was celebrated at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. C. Fehren bach, at 2227 Erato street, Rev. Father IWalshe of St. John the Baptist. officiat ing. An enjoyable evening was spent. The following were present: Mrs. and Mrs. P. Brechtel, Miss A. Scully, G. Brechtel, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brechtel and family, Mrs. C. Fehrenbach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Boylan, Miss M. McDermott, B. Fehrenbach, Mrs. T. J. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fehrenbach, Mirs. G. Fehrenbach, Mr. and Mrs. N. Bouck, F. Cuslmano, Mr. and Mrs. VW. Fortado, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bouck, Mr. I and Mrs. E. Catanzaro, Mr. and Mrs.t J. Duncan, Miss M. Lofaso, Mr. andt Mrs. M. Rice, Mrs. Curren, Mr. and Mrs. Hartwig, Mr. and Mrs. Schar watch, J. Matulich, T. Entwisle, Mr. Flannigan, Mr. Rooney, H. Flynn, H. 1 Montgomery, F. Scully, Master Emile I Peroyea, Jr., and W. Kelly. The cou- I ple will be at home to their friends at 803 Atlantic avenue, Algiers. SIXTH PRECINCT CLUB. The Sixth Precinct Democratic Club of the Fifteenth Ward was reorgan ized at 723 Slidell avenue, on Thursday night, with sixty-three members on the roll. The following officers were elected: Tim Allingham, president; Oharles Hints, vice-president; N. Matu lich, treasurer; L. Kennedy, secretary; John Matchet, grand marshal; Hugh Coogan, Sr., Charles Matulich and ugh Coogan, Jr., were named as a ommittee on membership, regisration ad poll tax. Refreshments were served and talks were made by several of those present. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meeting of the stockholders of the I Centennial Storage and Warehouse Company is called to convene at the office of the company, 922 Gravier -street, New Orleans, Friday, August 22, 1913, to act on a motion for the disso-e lution of the corporation and the elec tion of three liquidators to wind up the -business, as required by the charter of the company and in accordance with the laws of the state of .Iolisas. Cha. W. Sheperd, President. i t FIFTH DISTRICT CIVIC LEAGUE. Want Milk Station For the Fifth Dis trict Playgrounds Principal Topic of Discussion. "'h, ii ,'et' i of the " th i:t i 'itis.t I ':i ue aoil t! l" it a i i o , .N1 tI t A'. I -, rter w d u nri it ,, m i. tttr of t , ti int a playu ro l, "o r te or ir dii i'i trioi. ih otltadi tho ha tatL. l 1 I th ii L.a. 11 me til- al e or el d tto plut 1i' the shoul,:r to ath,r a \hee:ltd anhd ue rver: effort io inlt ; soonut as toltion of nthe ;,la: !t>lr r ,ds qll'"ýtiom for our distri, t A tittier \\ascd i iroper ,lifron the. ,hm ke peop*le in whit'h t,:, a-ro,.d 1 to furnish attnd for the ltill for oand 1i\s. t wahis ls to broIus inl. It c ljul - tion sith ot her articls to hi- t at d fie I thmilke rouatios so kindly lahar d y a id t t'nhnd la nd Telephonl e ('on llt.i . Mt rs. fantE. kins reported that thdre as no theion asnd anointd to that haeup th n matt pledged for till* pIa.grounds. ei; it larnd to swins arthe alrpady in and for erdiectiont r ardg soon as the grounds can he placed in proper condition. milk depo matt her of a milk station for our district was also brouht up. It was it stated rs.at the C.etin that whi. on the city side of the river there, are five milk stations in charge of a paid at tendverant who looks after the distribu tion of the milness, the meeting poor little in fants that there was no station es-In tablisand in our district for distriba- i tion of milk. A mbommitteer. of three was appointed to take up the matter and to wait on the physicians of oury district regarding the questionr of ao milk depot here. The committee con aisted of Mrs. A. Amuedo, Mrs. n. . Nel- t son and Mrs. C. W. Abbott. nedommunications werre reonived from ofvral parngerouss, and after some rut sli tine business, the meeting adjourned until their next regular meeting In September ordr's cout as PAID IHIS FINE. Complaining to Patrolman Hiyd,, that she had been robbed by Thomas l)oyle, g aged .1,2 years, a roomer at her house it nedy caused l oyle's arrest on a charge It of dangerous and suspicious, but she I refused to prosecute him. Mrs. Ken- the nedy says that Moyle elntered lr bed- I room bur whil she asidsleep ad tookf r. $uiu6, $70 of hen, at later returned. In t gae the night reorders ourt lurl asda fined $10 or thirty days. lie was re-a t leased wshen sMr. Kennedy paid the an ing, and on turng she sa a an It A burglar o of the residenc e of Mrs. Lucius Ayshen, at 7%9 BeIleville street, e gave the family a fright Thursday t. ighet but ailed to steal an ything ear ur fore hi was eenlo. 11ed . Ayshen and r wasr hiurnren had been out for the eve ning, and atrolman yde returning she saw a an in ontrace of the rear rooms of the house. ried out through the kitchen door, , V'IOLAT[IN GAY-SHATTI'CK ILAW.I" Anho wasy La Bella was arrested Satpolice alarm t uwasday afternoon and charged with vlo lating the Gay-Shattuck law relativel to allowing women in a saloon. Pa trolman John Hart made the arrest and charged that when in citizen's clothes at 12:45 p. m. Saturday he saw Samuel Burke, a negro, drinking at the bar of La Bella's saloon, and Mrs. La Bella, wife of the saloonman, behind the bar, while Ia Bella himself was in the rear of the saloon. A CORRECTION. In a write-up in our last issue about a party of visitors to Bay Adam, sev eral names were omitted and we are glad to make the correction this week. The article should have been: Ben Hintz, Edw. B. McKenny and Archie Murphy spent the week at the Bay, while Jno. Laskey, Frank Burge, Robt. Crombte, Sr., and Gus Umbach, VWin. Sweeney and young McKenney were Sunday visitors. VOLKSFEST. The first German Volksfest given by the Germans of our district will take place Saturday, Aug. 30th, at Suburban Park, McDonoghville. There will be dancing, races, games and good old German songs. Music will be furnish ed by Braun's Naval Brigade Band. Gates open at 2 p. m. The price of admission will be fifteen cents, two Schildren being admitted on one ticket. SThe arrangement committee is com posed of F. G. Albrecht, chairman; Loals 0. Webert, ex.omcilo; assisted by the entimre memkbrshi RE-OPENING OF CONVENT SCHOOLS. N\ ,, th:t" tit' l:ld a,-, ,l7',h ,lt': hr, ,r t c1,,* to a , h ,... Ih ,. -t ho(I ,, :1.. .l ci . i'- ol ar.,; ", \1='i : > . ''; 1 1;.. i i:t I ''ii" ll h l n t ''r. t i ) ;I:\ *' ' 1 . ' h. l.: i ;I 1ih i ;t . -,u,' i i, . r l :, ! 11.. 1 : t.!,,' ula !i" lA:.b , ." it1 Of 1h," 0-' :1 1,1': 1" t'. th .ro t.:ssit. al r ool w:ri ai ari - el .h on(f lar fr hal ,iig ak tatn.i h i bde -tcl ri ta high-st '-ruentag,-. tcon, nl-'t it njof a e rod dir.. tintcion of lo-ine tiii bannuinr grael. of the cit,. Thi . ile ditd lxh i' it ofh a.rt and .la" f tork, whic hr- consi st. i of ,';,·' iri I'.-n ,not onl-t from every gfra det. liut fromt 'every pupil beginningl the primaryi an including th' e graduating clasts, li it-\: ntu-h praise from the distinghrod di visitors uho critictall.y eamied and favoraltt commented on the artistic tendn- lcis and earnest work of the pla. pils. To this school Is attached a thor onuhli ly etluitipped coinmercial depart merk, which offers sextoptional oppor Itunihies to boys and girls for the ac quirnomt ont of a practical business dro cation. Special attention is given to steno rap, tpupil beriting, bookkeeping and incathmatis. Owing to the growing' (ldi-mnnd for Spanish in business circles, Sr. . Xavir has sefrom ured the servicnd visitors hof an experienced and competent teac favr, who rabill give lessons to the st:i S.nt].ndeci""s and earnest work of the pu dents who wish to acquire a knowledge of this useful and beautiful girls for thnage. quirt the urgent request of seeral fobusiness ed parentsc kindergartion is gexercises will sten tauht, in the morning to thevery small manildrn ftheor eSpvening will be devoteusiness ircl to grade work. The elocution antead dra r, watic lass will give regularlyessons tahelis ed under the able direction of knowiss edga of this usefulrt, a talentd utifoung grage. ,ate of the urgew rleans ollee of ral fond parents, two lessons will be gien eachll taughweek, and monthl recitals, to whivery small - the parents and friends of the pupils will be in; ited, will be held. In con to ration with the elocution classn lea sons in dancing and physical culture will lasse given. The music, which is of a high class order, i under the able diection fof Miss Ma the Suaerioress, Sr. tale. Xavier. radMiss toMary Legras will continue to give les ' sons to beginners up to a certain grade unless by special request. Should there be a sufricient number of appli I cants. be inviolin will be taught by oiss wiellie Ready. Father larkin, the devoted pastor, who has done so much for A h lgiers, fully recognizes the educational needs of the dSuperioressay, and has deeply at heart theMi Matrue ntellectual, moral and religious training of the childsen of the parish I to whom he is devotedly attached. His ever watchful care leaves nothing un done to promote the high standard of the school. The good Catholic people of Algiers may justly be proud of the excellent work done in this progres sive and up-to-date school, and should lend their co-operation and kind en couragement by sending their children on the opening day. e The school will be conducted along the same lines with regard to tuition t as in past years. The rumor that it will be free is absolutely without foun dation. ' RENECKY IS SATIBFIED WITH A I t LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR SHOEBS a FROM HIM. ENGINEER AIKMAX RECEIl'ES WATCH ANI) FOR. First honors awarded In the fire t men's festival program were bestowed Saturday, when Mayor Behrman pre e saented to Engineer .s. W. Alkman of Sengine conpany Xo. 17 a gold watch n for selling the largest number of tick e ets. The presentation took place in r, the Mayor's parlor with the members . of the arrangement committee of the a. festival and fire chief present The e watch was donated to the festival by Richard 3M Tusch, as was also the gold fob attached. Capt. Pasley told the Mayor that Engineer AIkman had devoted the whole time of his vacation to selling tickets for the festival anml had sold more than 600. The Maayor declared he wan not surprised, as Engineer Aik man came from Algiers. 2. POULTRY AT RETAIL i SprIng chlcken .. . .......... per Io. 20c if lIens, each ............-...........-- O Geese. each ......................60c t Ducks, each ...................0......0c a- FREY'S GROCERY, i; Store open Saturday nights until 10:30 and Sunday morninga until 10 o'clock.e Phone Relock 101. 1061 Deeator Street, OpPosite Feeach Fih Mayrket. TELE RaAPH OFFICE TRANSFERRED We will trens fer ourT e from its present lucIti r in the Crhe: n, Telephone Building. to ut:pp's Drug Store. corner Bermuda and .lura si;eet<. al: ut l ,lV Messages may be te t;her. as .sual. Free delivery and u- ,a. ;u.,,d se'rvice wl maintain as before. Western Union Tl'elegraph Co. Diamond Facts runt ideniee in th*' ,'aler ;c of fir. t i: ,rt..il "" ."n u.t. hasing diamond,. .%,.(d :hi, o!:t" fact w ;, to Ih .;to ' upon y l today---a cih l rn ril.-a f.,ro as afrly as an 'exi.rt. set urin the saitl" \alutes We will gladly :ariance to 1.t ,, ;,ur,'has, diamond, in the mnon thly pa~ o ,t a' is, if you ) d.sir:. Many of our patrons prefer this me.th!.od. Our oext ensive trale in diam olnds mnak, s it potsiblo' for IS to oft.r unlually a'"raict:ve . alutes. "The Diamond Store" 1Vc lct e B roia. JEWELERS 624 Canal Street "Go Where The Lake Breezes Blow" Excursion to M andeville On the Palatial Steamer "LOUIS DOLIVE" Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays Departure from Spanish Fort upon the arrival of the train leaving Camal and Rampart at 8 A. M SATURDAY and SUNDAY afternoons from Spanish Fort upon the arrival of the train leavilng Canal and Rampart at 2 P. 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ERNEST LUCIEN IS BEATEN BY CLEVE BRIDGES IN EIGHT ROUNDS. Although he put up a game fight, Kid Lucien, of our district, lost to Cleve Bridges, a Memphis boy, in eigiht rounds at the Phoenix Athletic Club. Memphis, Monday night. Bridges picked out Lucien's stomach as a tar get, and landing hard and often, won from the invading ringman throughout the whole bout. Lucien did the leading and conti',u ally went into clinches. This being to the Memphian's liking, Lucien was out fought at close range, and in every round he would have Luclen covering up In clinches to avoid his body blows. Lucien used a right swing continually, and in the second round drew blood from Bridges' nose, but most of his swings went wide of their mark. Both boys were apparently in good shape, at the finish of the mill. SURPRISE PARTY. On August 17th the home of Mrs. Blanche Finegan, 341 Belleville street, was the scene of much jollity. A sur prise party was given by her music, scholars in honor of her little daughter Ruth Emily Finegan, the occasion he ing the celebration of her twelfth birthday. Refreshments were furnish ed by the music scholars, and a birth day cake with twelve candles in it giv en by Myrtle Sutherland. Numerous presents were given. Dancing, sing ing, music and games were enjoyed by all. The crowd met at the home of Myrtle Sutherland and proceeded to the residence of Ruth Emily Fince:tn. Those present were: Myrtle Suther land, Hazel Cayard, Nellie HIer ert, Emelda Nicklaus, Eula Donner, Bertha - Barras, Shirley Barras, Ollie Lee, Lu retta Casey, Mary Casey, Marguerite Casey, Hazel Monroe, Ida Kinkald, William Ward, Dorris Ward, Leah Van I derlinden, Rosie Vanderlinden, Alita Sutherland, Miss Emma Sutherland, Mrs. Sutherland. THE PYTHIAN SOCIAL CLUB. Preparing for Their First Compliment ary Social and Entertainment Important Meeting. Ti. club will hold a special meeting on WVednesday, August 27th, at the Pythian Hall, at 7:30 p. m., to perfect arrangements for their first grand splurgeI. All members are earnestly requested to be present. Any Pythian who has not already signed the roll should attend this meeting and do so as the lists for invitations are being received from the members and as they are to be limited the supply will soon be exhausted. The entertainment committee states that everything Is going along with a vim and that the guests of the club will meet with a surprise on the night of the entertainment, the program for the occasion will consist of an ollo or musical, to be followed by a hop and refreshments: the olio will be short and sweet, giving the young folks an opportunity to enjoy several dances. The affair will be entirely compliment ary and none but those holding invita tions, which will be strictly personal, will be admitted. This is a new de parture, in entertainments given in Al giers, and will no doubt raise the poi I ularity of the club to the highest mark. The club is out only for fun and amusement for their families and friends, and will bhear the expenses of a good time among themselves. LETTER LIST. List of unclaimed letters remaining at Station .\, New Orleans postoffice. for the week ending August 21. 1913: Men--;. Poland. .T. Taylor, .M. ii. Woods C";). Women- Elveria Cook, Becker Pul ihr, C. Hear, Celia James, Carrie Jack son. l'sley Norris, Pinkey Riley, Odele tWare, Georgia Woods. MI Mscellaneous--209 Wicks st. I A. F. Leonhardt, Postmaster. IJ. W. Danlels, Supt. Sta. A.