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Deveted to the Upbuilding of the weet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURER8' RECORD. VOL. XXI. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AGUUST 28, 1913. --m 1 PERSONALS SAND OTHERWISE I J. D. McCormack has returned from Atlanta, where he attended the con vention of the Sheet Metal Workers as a delegate from the Algiers lodge. lie visited Birmingham and Meridian on business. While he was away Mr. McCormack met Father Dangelzer, who was formerly stationed at Algiers. Wjlliam H. Ward was appointed by Mayor Behrman a delegate to the Southern Commercial Congress which convenes at Mobile Oct. 27-29. Miss Emma Kinsinger and John Kin singer are spending some time in Tex as. Agent P. D. Mitchell is in receipt of a letter from the Streckfus people ad vising him that their splendid steamer Sidney will be down here next month to resume her afternoon and evening excursions in the harbor. The Sidney is a great favorite with New Orleans folks, many of whom would like to have her down here now. Miss L. Williamson of Gulfport, Miss., is visiting her sister, Mrs. .1. Al bert Praitt of Elmira avenue. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Miller of Mc Comb City were week-end visitors to their cousin,,, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pruitt. Miss Myrtle Christy has just return ed after spending a week with Mrs. Wm. Lauman at Long Beach, Miss. Miss Lois W. Roome of Los Angeles, Cal., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Roome. Last Sunday at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, Ethel Margaret, the baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Canton, was baptized by Father Walls. The sponsors were Margaret Wattigny and Gaston Canton. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vezien are spend ing some time in Houston, Tex. Mrs. R. M. Brown and babies are visiting in Arkansas. Mrs. Sam BoylAn presented her hus band with a fine baby girl. Mother and baby are doing well. Dr. Vincent Lowe and family left Sunday for Waveland to spend a month. Dr. A. J. Babin has returned after a visit to relatives at Whitecastle, La. Jos. Koenig has returned from Bun kie, where be spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Gisch and baby are home from New York. John Moynagh, secretary to Com missioner Newman, has returned from HART'S MIDSUMMER SALE SLIGHTLY U8UD, SAMPLE AND SHOP WORN PIANOS BIOOBB0 OBNUINB PIANO BARGAINS IVaR OFFBRBD IN NEW ORLBANS These Pianos are offered at far less thaa their market value. Now is the time, if ever. Five dollars dowa and the Plane is yours for immediate delivery. or if you want It, we will keep It for yea snti movitg time and deliver It tin your aew home. Every Piano guaran teed est as represented. Stool, Scarf, ad D-ivery in city FRBE. A Pull Line of Musice. Talklang Ma etines, tecords, Musical nlastruments, eesdueted by the Ashton Musice Company. Peputlar Mus, 10oe duls IatPlalse er, Ltd.l, J. P. SIMMONS, President. 703-705 CANAL ST. NEAR ROYAL. 1& an't Just Ask For Icm Croam Be particular. ASK FOR C8U TARD ICR CREAM. It makes life worth living these hot days. It is the kind that "tastes like home Order it here. We will dliver it to you with a promptness that will provoe a pleasant surprise. All Stavors, $2.00 a gallon. $L00 halt o80 a quart Don't forget to try our lunches I TIey are famous for their goodness. ODIIA[O I BGROS CANAL AND EXCHANGE PLACEI SLAEB AGENTS Hylef r's LUNCH WITH US Talking About NhSi Thini, one of the latest is 'ME.1 '. " t l .r sandwiches and other dis!,,s. It Is made in Montreal. (a na ,,. and 1li:0m to be the acme of I::" r iiti , ".kinl 20 cents a tin. For the Iaby-I,-- tri " t ,. ar skeptical about f." l.:n ti I ,:', on condensed milk i, tin awil t ** ."had tm to know that ve h.iv, the , t tI,,y :randl t- of condensel milk. !,n up by the rs Ilorden's ('ondenieI, Milk 4c'mli.ny. In 121-ounce glass iarm. c, rents a Jar. i If you are fastilout Init ycur r. tothpictks try A* i s1- :' I t" :Is S TOOt)TIIi'I('K. 10 ,ents a pa'ka:,. AI.L GOoi0 LIkV:Its KN(W Hllqw\ FINE THilE i:ti.ANS 'ot'lK. We by otter yol one sp-lit' l dish tth.j t l' ian l Bet,' tprepared to io, uU,'d a a it s,l ad, snhi, aind ready fr us,. 15 at; a tin. n- (Our catalogs ,ut too ullch t., give 'X- away promiscuously. s, if you havey not a book, then you ,havent ask,'d for it. Write at onc', to of .d e A.M. & J. SOLARI, t Limited, MAIN HOUSE-Royal and Iber ville Streets, one block off 1- Canal Street C to rt a vacation trip to the East. Mr. Moy nagh was accompanied by his sister. Edward Broadtman, stenographer t: the mayor, returned Monday from hit vacation, which was spent on the Gul coast. The marriage of George Kobolt t( Miss Bertie Williams of the city, bui formerly of Lauderdale, Miss., was cel e ebrated by Judge Maher Monday eve ning at 8 o'clock. The witnesses were Miss V. Kobolt and John Schroder and ~' W. Kobden. '' Miss Dora Forrest and little cousin Ida Volmering, have returned from a month's stay with Misses Lottie and Lulu Kilpatrick of Alexandria, La They had an enjoyable time while there. 5 Dr. J. E. Pollock, Claude Legarde Paul and Carl Malone were week-end rt guests of Dr. C. V. Kraft at Bay Adam, a Mlisses Mamie and Anna Martinez, Will, Walter, Robert and Andrew Mar atinez returned Sunday from their sum mer camp at Bay Adam. Miss Leota Wiegman left Saturday for Port Arthur, Tex., where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. Ahy. sen. . The marriage of Miss Maggie Lea. n han and John C. Myers took place Sat urday night at the Church of the Holy - Name of Mary, Rev. Father Walls of. flciating. Miss Bella McWilliams and N. J. Nolan were the attendants. A reception followed at the home of the bride at Eliza and Belleville streets, where refreshments were enjoyed. The couple will spend their honeymoon at Galveston. Mrs. W. R. Toledano and daughter have arrived from Grand Junction, Colo., to spend several months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark. A. Spitzfaden, Jr., in charge of the Algiers branch of the Commercial-Gern mania bank, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation and Joseph Quealy is in his place. Mrs. E. O'Connor and Mrs. R. F. Whitmore were guests of friends at Ocean Springs on Thursday. Miss Carrie Dubret spent part of last week with friends in St. Bernard. Jos. W. Lennox spent the week-end with his family at Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Shade G. Smith left Monday for Shreveport and Alexandria on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Graf returned Sunday from Mandeville, La. Miss Viola Glordano of Ironton, La., has been the guest of relatives here for several days. Quite a jolly crowd of young folks spent a very pleasant day at City Park on Monday, Aug. 25. The crowd con sisted of the following young ladles and young gentlemen: Misses Verna .Amuedo, Irma May Vinet, Irma Brun ner, Veronica Hanly, Marjorie Stiles; Masters William Barker, Edwin Chat man, James Carter, Royal Amuedo, and Mrs. A. J. Amuedo, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Wmin. Stiles, Mrs. Geo. Stiles and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carter. Mrs. J. Zinc left with her daughter, Mrs. L. Strohmeler, to spend a while at Gulfport. Miss H. Hulme of Galveston is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Koppel. Miss Della Killeen leaves on the first of September to accept a position as teacher in the school in Montz, La. The many frlends of Miss Killeen will not be surprised to learn of her good fortune, as her charming manner and ready intelligence are not unknown to her many friends. Miss Kate Hennessey will return to her position as teacher in St Charles perish. This is her second term as teacher in that school. The opening day will be the first of September. Miss Delia Hennessey, who has been teaching in St. James parish, has ac cepted a position as teacher in the school of St Rose, Ia. She will leave September 1st. The little Misses Marvel, Fay and Catherine Stumpf left yesterday to be come students at St. Mary's Domlnl can Academy. Miss Julia Boudreaux of Louisa, La., is the guest et her aunt and nmele, Mr. sad Mrs. Nor. obleaua. Capt. and Mrs. Harry McNeely and Miss May McNeely returned Tuesday from Panama. Miss C('ecelia Ilymel.-ac(companied by Miss Lucie ('ombel of the cityv, left last Saturday for Houston and for Gal veston. Missess Louise and Ilelen Davis left Saturday for their home. after a stay of two weOks with D)r. and Mrs. . AC. King. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D)uffy and babyt left Sunday for Ocean Springs. Mrs. T. I'. Bell left Wednesday for Colorado Springs. Miss Ruth I'Pettierove left Wednes day for Colorado Springs. It. C. Gilder returned last week from Alabama. Ed. l'ettigrove spent Sunday at Bi loxi. Rev. R. M. Brown returned Saturday from Franklinton. Miss Belle Baron left Sunday for Ba ton Rouge. after spending a week with Miss Mollie Kinkaid. Miss Emily IHintz left Sunday to spend a few days at Milneburg. Mrs. J. Drone of Ilouma. La., spent Thursday with Mrs. J. A. Kinkaid. Mr. and Mrs. H. Klink are spending a while at Covington, La., on account of Mr. Klink's health. Misses Mabel and Mamie Morse :,f - New Orleans, spent Friday and Satur day with Miss Mollie Kinkaid. Miss Johanna Gauffray returned to 3 her home at Nairn, La., Sunday after s a pleasant visit here as the guest of f Miss Augusta Mongrue. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Sutherland and a family are spending this week at Mil t neburg. I. Mrs. Karr and Misses Edna and Leona Karr are at Milneburg for this e week. S.Miss Mable Sutherland has as her guest at Milneburg Miss Fredonia Mon i, grue. a Among the delightful affairs being I given in honor of Miss Mary Sullivan of Memphis, Tenn., who is spending a the summer with Mrs. John McNeely, at Bay St. Louis, was a moonlight truck ride given by Mrs. W. P. Salathe and Mrs. McNeely. Those participat ing spent a very enjoyable evening. Mrs. E. T. Salathe and baby are spending a week at Salathe's Villa in Bay St. Louis. E. T. Salathe joins them later. Miss Louise Gauffrey spent Sunday at Nairn, La. Mrs. Fred. Lecourt and her daughter, Miss Lucille, are at Bay St. Louis. After a delightful week at her Villa in Bay St. Louis, Miss., Mrs. W. P. Sa lathe has returned. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller and their daughters Misses Lillian and Nathalie after a three months' stay at Florence, Miss., and Algiers have returned to their home in Eunice, La. Capt. John N. McNeely has joined t his family for a ten days' stay at Bay St. Louis. After an absence of two months at Bay. St. Louis, Miss Alma Guinn has returned home. Mrs. Guinn left Sunday for Bay St. Louis. She will be the guest of her sister Mrs. Casey. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Barrett spent last Wednesday at Ocean Springs, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Catchat. Miss Hazel McNeely left Tuesday for Bay St. Louis to be the guest of Miss Annie Louise McNeely. Mrs. Capt. Heuer, her baby and cou sin returned home after a week's stay at Bay Adam. Mrs. Helidare Lecourt of Pelican av. enue left yesterday for Bay St Louis for a week's stay. Mrs. Theo. Conaway, accompanied by her stepdaughter, Mrs. Ed. J. Saux, and Naomle Cheramie, leave Thurs day to spend several weeks at Bur wood, La., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conaway. Pastor Wolk of Hammond, La., will preach Sunday at both the German and the English services at the Luth eran church. Mrs. Alvin Lee and son, of Nestor, La., are visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Edgecombe, in Vallette street. Mrs. B. North and family have re turned to their home in Elmira avenue after a visit of several weeks to Bay St. Louis, Miss. Miss Zita Glepert has returned from Abita Springs after a delightful stay as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. (Capt.) C. J. Mott. Miss Victoria Glepert left Wednes day for Abita Springs for a short stay. Mrs. J. L. Cunningham and family have returned to their home in Elizs street, after a two months' stay in La fayette, La. The Misses Iletha, Pauline and Ber tha Pink of Yokum, Tex., and also Mrs. Wmin. Wakenfleld of Biloxi, Miss., were visitors for a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Henry C. Brown of Pelican avenue. They have returned to their homes, delighted with their short stay in Algiers. Master Lemly Hubener has left for Kentwood, La., with his grandfather, to spend the rest of his vacation. Mrs. Massie of Jackson, Miss., is here no a visit of a few' weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Hu bener. Mrs. H. A. Brown of Seguin street, with her three children, Stanley, Mo ales and Henry, Jr., are spending a few weeks in Bilox. H. C. Brown visited his mnt, Mrs. Canatin at Dme. Itat weeL Id IGRETNA TO TAKE WATER FROM ALGIERS. fti 1- The city of (;re'tna is to ha:tve tohe ,same water that New Orleans enjoy.s, ft ,and the rate will be a flat onen, bhine il y all problability 15 , cents per 1,,00 gal Slons, practically- the same as charcged' to local consumers. At the conference at which G;overnor SIHalil. I)r. ('Charles F. Gelbke and .Joseph t Voegtle were present, the latter, wtho r 1 president of the Sewerage and W\ater If( Board, said the above rate could b, n s- fixed, and there would be no difliculty in givintg th t water supply as there . l nt more than ample in Algiers to supply ! the adjoining city. It was positively announced Tuesday night that the suggestion imalde by Mr. i Voegtle will be reduced to writinu in an official manner and brought befor.- n the city council at a very early session, tbecause it is realized that this is an /r important civic movement and one that is needed as especially in the Is o First ward, which is now practically at al the mercy of any fire that might start. it Several times the piping of water t1 li the adjoining towns to Algiers has al g been spoken of, but the expense and at it the difliculty of raising th e money blocked progress, but it is d.eclared in fthat with a city and its advantages to incur debt and arrange payment in a re satisfactory way, there will he no diffli- s culty in putting into effect the needed m o improvement. h: Wr hile nothing will be done imnie- ot ' diately all the details will be gotten he ready so that no delay will be ex- th d perienced when the ordinance is pre- te sented to the city council, which will at positively be done at the earliest pos sible time. 01 s LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS. n Levee enlargement work along the east bank from Stanton residence to Aurora, a distance of 19,750 feet, and t involving 500,000 cubic yards of ma- to e terial, and to cost from $125,000 to se $150,000, was recommended to the Or- in leans levee board Thursday night by e Col. Sidney F. Lewis, engineer of the n board. The work could be completed a before Jan. 1. The board placed the dt matter in the hands of the executive dv committee. so ar Ott SUDDEN DEATH. to I th Is] Manuel Dauenhauer, 23 years of age, r of Newton street, near Sumner, drop- tic e ped dead at his home on Sunday after- In noon at 3:30 o'clock and his body was ul' viewed by Assistant Coroner Rupp, who th found that death was due to natural w i causes. The funeral took place at de r 3:30 o'clock Monday. WILLIAM A. RUTLEDGE CALLED co BY DEATH. let r fe ag t William A. Rutledge, aged sixty-three de years, a prominent sugar planter, died lar Monday night at the residence of his dii daughter, Mrs. W. Healey, 3125 Camp street, after an illness of several in months. The deceased was a native of Lousi. ne rana, having been born in Lafourche th parish. When but a boy he obtained toj work on a sugar plantation in his na- ex tive parish and gradually advanced in Lc his chosen occupation until, when still fal a young man, he was made manager of the Ames plantation at Amesville, La. W He subsequently removed to New Or. an leans, and acquired an interest in the in Stanton plantation, about nine miles th below Algiers on the Missisalsippi river. 1 Besides being part owner in this plan. 1 tation he also managed the property and sugar business on it for over twen ty years. Disposing of hsla interest in the Stanton plantation about two years W ago, he was attracted to Porto Rico, because of the excellent prospects of Sthe sugar business on that island. He Sremained in Porto Rico until last SMarch, when he was compelled to re turn to New Orleans owing to ill a health. Upon reaching this city the oi attending physicians advised his fam- ca ily that he could not live more than a ih year. Since March he has gradually y declined in health. When a young man he joined a Ma. be sonic lodge, and at the time of his as death was a member of Alpha Chapter se No. 2, R. A. M. He was buried by his tic brother Masons under the Masonic hc rites. The funeral services took place a18 Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the is residence of his daughter, 3125 Camp wi street. Interment was in the Masonic pa cemetery. a Surviving Mr. Rutledge is his wife, s three sons, William A. Rutledge, Jr., te Prank Rutledge of this city and Efling. wi ham Rutledge of Porto Rico, and three wi daughters, Mrs. W. L. Jennings and tic Mrs. W. Healey of -New Orleans, and Mrs. S. C. Beesley of Frederick, Okla. Mrs. Ed. McClosky and daughter, 1 Myrtle, spent last week with her sister- I in-law, Mrs. French, at Heartsease Park. While going over, little Myrtle met with a paintful acddent in having si .her hand caught in one of the doors of the mcose b _ ALHAMBRA BUYS PROPERTY. The Big Heap Residence in Olivier Street Purchased from Liquida tors of Firemen's Homestead Association Yt ý-terday tlornin ti he A lhamb.r.t ;;,mna.ti, (Tlub telosd a deal for tho port hat , of th,- Ili-ap property in Oli vier street, %%hiih o as being offer,-l Ifor sale ,y the, ij'uidalItors of the F'ire nion's Buitling an.td oan .Al-otiatiton. at'lht llt i ll t ltt t ,rtj rtw V W.ti )i 5s l ,,,! Thet 4 ; tilie r sr-et, is (io e of tl e lard t-st rtsidlitn es it our district. The -al:t roomsn being of unusual si'-ze and adaptedl for tluit purposes. 'Ihe two front roou.li of the lohver floor are st I aratei only by an art h. andi telits < on ino ted with the taird room throuii large foilding doors. makes an elel tant triple parlor which can he used for various amusiemenlIts. The uplr floori is a duplicate of the lower. There are also two halls and large bath room. The buitding emminttee who hale charge of the i imeproventts wil! hin at one tthe remnodtlinig of the lia and it is expected that within thirty or forty-five days th t lui will hbe loeat -1 in Its new quarters. There is also suflic-ittt room in the rear of the building to construct a swimming tank larger in di mensions than any in the city. Therer, have been no special details work-.:l out as to what the improvements will e, as this will be left in the left in the hands of the architect and the building commit tee, who will give this their personal attention immediately. The property is nicely located in Olivier street, between Alix and Eliza streets. LOUISIANA PUBLICITY COMMIS SION. In this, our first bulletin, submitted to the press of the state, we desire to set forth the aims of this commission in condensed form. First and foremost, we hope to give practical publicity to our state by a campaign in the interest of the pro ducers and shippers of Louisiana pro ducts. First distributing our products so far as practical within our state, and profitably marketing the surplu3 t outside the state, bring outside money to Louisiana; to establish a bureau in - the North to facilitate the the sale of per ishable crops. We wish to assist in home exploitas tion, gathering and publishing reliable Information about our products. Our ro ultimate aim being to demonstrate to the people and our legislature that this work must be taken up and further m developed by the state. At present, the "Corn Crop" is at tracting our interest. We find that the cane territory, as indicated by answers so far secured to four hundred inquir ies, will yield a large surplus and a con ference with Mason Snowden, state agent of the federal co-operative and - demonstration work, indicates that a large portion of this surplus should be distributed within the state. Facilities for shelling are Inadequate in many territories, and we would be glad to put those of the state, who may need to purchase feed, ain touch with those offering corn for sale. This done, together with the cash derived from export sales, will demonstrate that Louisiana is the place for the corn farmer to look for corn land. Short forage crops in the North and West will induce early feeding of stock and the present apparent shortage will, In all probability, be more manifest as tihe winter advances. The LouIsiana Publicity Commission, Baton Rouge, La. WILL LAUNCH FIGHT FOR NAVAL STATION. Representatives Dupre and Estopl nal, backed by the New Orleans Board of Trade, are preparing to launch a campaigan in congress for opening and improvement of the New Orleans navy yard. A concerted and persistent effort will be made by Messrs. Dupre and Estopi nal between now and the December session with members of congress, par ticularly members of the senate and house naval affairs committee, to get a large appropriation for the yard. It is believed that with Rear Admiral Ed wards' backing, the admiral having re ported that the yard ought to be made a great naval station, and the solid support of New Orleans' business in terests, Messrs. Dupre and Estopinal will be successful in their plan. The whole Louisiana congressional delega tion will assist the movement. POULTRY AT RETAIL Spring chickens .............. per lb. 20c L Hlens, each ......................... 50cat Geese, each .........................60c Ducks, each ........................40c FREY'S GROCERY, Mn Store open Saturday sglshts until 10:10 and lii Sunday morlngs natil 10 o'elock. Sm Pboh Bsemlok 101. 11 Decater trmt, a Oppssit Preech Vib Maket. STELEGRAPH OFFICE TRANSFERRED We will transfer our Telegraph Office from its present location in the Cumberland r Telephone Building to Rupp's Drug Store, corner Bermuda and Eliza streets, about July 1st. Messages may be filed there as usual. Free delivery and usual good service will maintain as before. Western Union Telegraph Co. Or~0 Get "Elgin-ized" "or need I ,, u r w.tth ' t it h fee <tlteratons o, wat c:i ex;,ert h.ie I i. c tl kr ki;l n the l. ilN It I ,tl p Oaintf %k at:h that % i!! p, e ',-u .1 1|d \','ll 0:1 ,dren . .'i:. dren ', th e u.,lu 1.<tutu!nest,- v, ir .ch c n ooe 'i hc S"''HITE BROS. SPECIAL" ELGIN WATCII h ihe iiht co.ntpact., thin m lde!\ ate .t hetatu l a, the: . p ratt c!. d iid tlled caes st1 up '. , .,2 t ,, 51i3, d i "The Diamond Store" ,'iiite ro.. Lal 624 Canal Street in ( Tudor Theatre Block ) "Go Where The Lake Breezes Blow" Excursion to M andeville to IOn the Palatial Steamer on "LOUIS DOLIVE" Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays Departure from Spamiab Fort open the arrival of the train laving Canal and Rampart at 8 A. M. r- SATURDAY and SUNDAY aterIaoona from SpaniSh Fort Upea the arrival of the train lhving o- Cal and Rampart at 2 P. M. .s MUSIC, DANCING AND REFRESHMENTS to, Round Trip 50c U Veaoel can khe chartered for private parties. Office. 318 Whitney Bauk Bldg. Pbhoe M. 1729. In er Most men are generous with their families. especially In a home where there ire girls. They covet for them all the advantages which add personal charm and sttractlveness. 1la In every such home, there should be a piano-a- true toned piano- -the kind that r robs practice of its drudgery and makes the study hour a delight. to Our Big Valus THE KINGSBURY er makes extravagance In piano buying unnecessary. flw , 912-914 he purchase of 50c worth of T CANAL ra Ph Successors to Cble Pitono Co.Hemlook 470 te Iid Institution FRAINCORPORATEDCIS ugar Sale PAID IN, $1,1e0u00. r for withe borwer obtains the r value of eworth ofshare. $13000. without ffes o r I share is ortactrowd without costs. So Phon Orguarddrs the e Hmlornk 7ngs. d 2PETER DIN. Presdnt. RwE F. DEE, Seivretary. M. Tper, Wm. Franti, vey. Ortlan, . Stander lt Spome-buyinglh Wm. .2601 Roy al St, Vi lambor, oGe ortz A. J. Braudfayette Adam vambel, l hiip ForT hlr A lTo hizlp II. Thoole, Philip JIT. ISC, IIen. . F 1.uchs, 72i1h 0. PSu othoner deduction Johhen thammel, Jo. n. Dodt, Jasnt. IntE rt kins. Edw. E. Stoll.ne In Suthon. John Itainiel, Jno. C. D~odt, las. U·. lI'I~ki·ns. Eilwr. U. Stoil. LETTER LIST. List of unclaimed letters remaining at Station A, New Orleans post office, week ending Aug. 28th, 1913: Women-Mrs. W. H. Brownfleld, Mrs. Vealia Clark, Emma Douglas, Ar. inia Moore, Nancy Rollins, Miss Eulah Smith, Mrs. Ada Thompson, Miss Stella Taylor, Lucile A. Walker. Men--Sander Costello, IH. L. For g syth, Willie Green, J. R. Henry, Jas. R. McKelvy, Crawford Rapides, Doctor Rabb, Henry Smith, F. Thamm, M. B. , Woods (2). r" Miscellaneous-Dairy, cor. Lamar h que & Jefferson. a A. P. Leonbhardt, Postmaster. J. W. Daniels, Spt.