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Dvetd t the Up ig the t de of the U lidi f the the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XXI. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913. No. 17. PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Mrs. Harry Cahn, of Biloxi, Miss., has been the guest of her parents, .Judge and Mrs. Sam Levy. Misses Lillian Engler and Minnie and Alma Goebel returned last week from Monteagle. Tenn. Mrs. Bancroft Weaver left Friday for home in Washington, after spending several months with her parents here. Mrs. Joe. W. Lennox and daughters, Misses Adriel, Orace and Maude, re turned last week from Biloxi. Miss Eliza Brechtel spent the past fortnight in Aockport with Mrs. A. 1e Blanc. Hiy. Z. Krohn, of Bay St. Louis, has been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Heath and lamily are occupying the Arndt Cot tage at Ocean Springs for the remain der of the summer. Mrs. John R. Allen entertained the .Minerva Euchre Club at her home, No. '::'4 Belleville street. and a most en ,yable time was spent. The prizes -.Pre captured by Mrs. Charles Arnold, Mrs. John Tierney and Mrs. George Whitten. The invited guests were: - \1rs. Burdeaux, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Ar nold. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vinet, Jr., and sj Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Salathe, Jr. N The strikers from the Illinois Cen tral and Harriman lines attended a at special meeting on Sunday morning at i1 9::t, o'clock at Renecky's Hall, Val lette and Patterson streets, when W. Webster, organizer of the Machinists' Union, and others made addresses. Im portant matters were discussed. Ex-Senator Robt. E. O'Connor left a last week for Canada, Chicago and oth ed northern cities. He expects to be i gone about four weeks. a Mrs. A. M. Stedman of Burlington, Wis., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Win. Hi. Seymour. Warren Seymour and wife were vis itors for a few days at Biloxi. On b their way home to Baton Rouge they c visited Mr. Seymour's parents. Judge and Mrs. Wm. H. Seymour. Wallace Harper was the week-end guest of Nicholl Buras of Empire. I Mrs. Anthony Scobel has returned i! to her home in Empire after spending a week with her mother. Mrs. Jno. f Schroder, of Opelousas avenue. The many friends of Miss Lillian - Schroder are glad to learn that shei hop recovered from her recent illness. PIANOS Almost Given Away To make room in our wareroems we must sell our used pianos at any price. Over 300 new Pianos are at the wharves and railroad warehouses. which we must take out imnedlately. This means your oppoitunity to buy at less than absolute cost to us. A Full Line of Music, Talking Ma chlaes, Records, Musical Instruments. conducted by Ashton Music ('o., Ltd. POPULAR MUlSIC Oc10e. duals lartPlan el se, LN. J. P. SIMMONS, President. 703-705 CANAL ST. NEAR ROYAL. r--o & Dom't Just Ask For Ice Cream e prtlccular. AS ]OR CUB TARD IC3 CRBAM. It make lif worth litvng thems bet days. It Is the kind that t~tte like hom made." Order It tee. We will dellver it to you with a promptnma that will prove a plesmat Isurla All flavors, $2. a pgallon. LO0 hal, aOe-a quart. Don't forget to try our lunches. Tbey are famous for their goodnes. ODEINWALD & GROSi CANAL AND EXCHANGE PLACE SALUB AGUINT .H1ylr'e LUNCH WITH US thr Quality ar ter On this subjecti our gods are more eloquent than awords. You arI getting h for your money tlb heit the market affords. When Quality coulnIt we ti get the order IF YOt ARE ItEALIN.G WITII an bri fol to SOLARIS' no CO)MI1ENTtS AREt: ItNNEESAItY. Ri If not, try the experiment for a S month. Then make a compar1 nn of Quality. Seirvlw, Varsioty. mFrpinr'ne-m and Prices. bu _- - Gr A. M. & J. SOLARI, to Limited, MAIN HOUSE-Royal and Iber. ville Streets, one block *Em hi Canal Street. Bt da de Mrs. Louis Bowers of Empire Ss tv spending a week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jno. Stockfleth of Seguin street. M Leonard McCormack spent the week wi at Empire, the guest of the Buras fam ily. a Little Kate Barton of Empire has been the guest of her cousin, little Olivia Bowers, of Opelousas avenue. de Wm. Kennair was the guest of q. p and Mrs. Jos. Bowers Sunday. or Mrs. Jos. Koenig and children, Lil lian and Joseph, are spending a while M at Alexandria, the guests of Mrs. Fred . Pefferkorn. ti Miss Maggie Renecky is the guest of R friends at Hammond for a few weeks. The marriage of Miss lone Hilde- bi brand to Thos. Bailey of Houston was celebrated at the Episcopal church in T Houston. The young couple will re- rI side with the groom's parents there. Rev. and Mrs. Wolk of Hammond, sj La., were guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Schllesser last week. fi Little Misses Esther Hebert and ti Ruth Vallette will enter the Ursulines Convent this month and will take ape- f cial courses in art, in French, and in a music. a Mr. and Mrs. C. Chapman and daugh- r ter Ruth of Donaldsonville are spend- 4 ing a while In Algiers, the guests of e Mrs. M. Quinlan. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ramos announces the engagement of their daughter Es- I tella to August Myers, the wedding to I take place the latter part of Septem- I ber. Mr. and Mrs. Russo spent last Wed nesday at Mandeville. Miss Stella Lecourt returned home after a fortnight's stay at Covington. Miss Clare Finley spent Sunday at Bay St. Louis, the guest of Olga Me Neely. Miss Lillian Harding returned home after a week's stay at Bay St. Louis, the guest of Miss Alva Salathe. Miss Eugenie Mongrue returned Sun day after a delightful stay of two weeks at Hahnville, La., the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Baudouln. Charles Harper spent the week-end at Empire with friends. Adolph Spitzfaden, Jr.. returned from Oak Lawn on Wednesday. Percy Barbat, who has been lectur ing on the feature films at the Nemo Theatre for the past several weeks, is playing this week in ':Hawthorne of the U. S. A." at the Lyric. He and Mrs. Barbat and their three children leave for Mobile, Ala., on the thir teenth. His company will play at the Orpheum Theatre there this season, Mr. Barbat playing the leading roles. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oswald and chil dren spent last Wednesday at Milne burg. SMr. and Mrs. Enimet Casey of Beau mont, Tex., left yesterday for Bay St. Louis to spend the week-end at the Casey cottage. Mrs. Richard Keen and sons, Theron and nephew, Olding Platt, are spend ing a while at Grammercy, La., the guests of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Irv ing. Mrs. L. J. Landry spent Sunday at Madisonville as the guest of Mrs. Le Blanc. Mrs. C. Brechtel and Mrs. Sam Breebhtel and baby spent Wednesday at Waveland, the guests of Mrs. Jos. Ernst. Miss G. L. Back left Saturday for FCincinnati to spend several months Iwith relatives. SMrs. Frank C. Hymel and little daughter Margaret have returned home after a very pleasant trip to Asheville, SN. C., and Chattanooga, Tenn. SLast Friday night Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Roome of Vallette street enter I tained in honor of their niece, Miss Lois Roome, of Los Angeles, Cal, who is visiting them for a while. The guests were delightafully entertained by the great metropolitan tenor, Bert Mo ser, who rendered many beautiful se leetions in Spanaish, French and Eng lish. He was accompanied by E. Whee lahan, a well-known Bsritome of New Miss L. Geueshelm ofr MYersa City h retwn a bmrn aster a vislt d three weeks as the guest of Mr. and NIG. Mrs. C. O. Roome. Ed. J. Hymel spent Saturday. Sunday and Monday with his mother and sis"- Th ters. was Miss ('ecelia Hlymel has returned ,)f it home after a very pleasant trip to The Houston and Galveston. Tex. whet Steamship Agent ('apt. Win. Orkus idys and family are enjoying the tine lake (()ti breeze at Milneburg for a few weeks. reas& Mayor Behrman has appointed the exph following from our district as delegates thei to the Inland Waterways League, of r which convenes at Orange, Tex., Oct. sh, 17-18: R. S. Stearnes, Geo. Koppel. Jno. A. Barrett. F. C. Duvic, Jos. W. Len nox, Jules Bodenger, Jno. P. Nolan, E. W. Burgis, John P. Vezien. )r. Jno. A. Rupp and Peter S. Lawton. Roy Hicks and Joe Kinkaid spent Sunday at Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Tierney, formerly of Lafayette. vent but now of Houston, is visiting Miss Asvn Graham of Bouny street. r Mrs. Wm. Babin and children and aria Florence Kinkaid left Tuesday to Eng spend a while at Berwick, La. hold Mrs. W. M. Boylan left Wednesday Orle to spend a while with her son at Gulf- wou port, Miss. SUM Jno. J. Braai spent a few days with his family here this week, returning to Burwood Monday evening. Mrs. Julia Edgecomb and grand daughters, Cornelia Lee and Hazel Lau dermier of Daisy. La.. arte vsiting rela tvies here. Bertie Kinkaid and John Tierney left F. Monday for Abita Springs. to spend a sent while. ceiV Mrs. J. G. Duchein of 1124 Brooklyn ship avenue has returned after a trip :o reac Detroit. Mich. where she visited her advi son. aboa Miss Doris Donnenfelser leaves o- This day for Clfktawa, Miss., to enter the line Dominican Convent, this being her sec- will ond term. Misses McCauley and niece, little Mildred McCauley, have returned from W Bay St. Louis. where they spent some time, the guests of Superintendent Reynolds and family. T Miss Evelyn Bourg of Chalmette has Algi been visiting relatives in Algiers. Sun Rev. W. S. Slack and family left The Tuesday for Waveland, to spend the ber! month of September. ..Tb Jules Bodenger and R. A. Tansey for spent Wednesday at Oakland Park. the Miss Maude Anderson has returned from several weeks' visit with rela I tives in Chicago, Ill. s Mr. and Mrs. J. Mendez. A. Reany, insi I H. Kepper. Mr. Callouit, Wm. Bloom par Sand Leonard McCormack spent a week at Martinez Camp at Bay Adam. All - returned wishing the time was only be- nig g- inning instead of ending, haying had old f such a delightful time fishing, boat rid- en ing and dancing. s New Orleans Hive No. 5. Ladies of Isi 3- the Maccabees, will have their annual do o outing at Milneburg Wednesday, Sep- pr i- tember 10th. All members wishing to have what we call a royal time should tin I- attend Wednesday. Sept. 10th, which Is the time, and Sunset Pleasure Club the e place. M. J. Keenan spent Monday at Milne it burg. r" New Orleans Hive No. 5, Ladies ,f of the Maccabees, will hold their next at ýe regular review Monday eve. Sept. 8th, s, at 7:30 p. m. All members are request- ge ed to attend, for there will be business cli o- of importance. se s I Mrs. Hy. Brown and babies have re- an r turned from Biloxi. wi SMrs. Loschen and Mrs. Staples have Fr returned home from Biloxi, having bl: spent a month at that delightful water ding place. m Mrs. H. C. Brown of Pelican avenue, ch r- her sister, Miss L. McQuilling, and Miss TI oL. Hasses of New Orleans spent last is Wednesday at Biloxi, visiting Mrs. Car stens and Mrs. Wm. Waehenfeld. Fred Wagner and sister, Miss Carrie n Wagner, of Powder street, are enjoy Sing a trip to Californlo and several other cities. n Little Miss Nesbit Haag spent Wed- o nesday as the guest of the little Miss i- Wachenfield of Biloxi. A party of fishermen leave Sunday y ,-for Bay Adam to try their luck with M t. the rod and reel and a big time is in *t be prospect. Those in the party include J. Laskey, the village blacksmith: E. rn McNair. Ed. Lilly, Gus Umbach. Wal- 9 td- ter Dilsell. Ed. Sweeney, Ben Hints, J. he H. Vezlen, Richard McKinney. Jr., A. .. Twickler and B. Colley. SURPRISE PARTY. A most enjoyable evening was spent im when a Jolly crowd that met at the res at idence of Mrs. Guarisco surprised Mr. v os and Mrs. Munsterman in honor of the a eighteenth anniversary of their mar- u or rlage. Refreshments were served in v As abundance and singing and dancing a were enjoyed until the wee small a tle hours. me Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. V. ? le, Guarlsco, Mr. and Mrs. R. Fernandez, a Mr. and Mrs. F. Hauschnecht, Mr. and I ra. Mrs. A. Zands, Mr. and Mrs. J. Zata etr- rain, Mr. and Mrs. Ph. Cafero, Mr. and( iss Mrs. R. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. E. Muntz, ho IMr. and Mrs. P. Staples, and Minsses L. ihe Wiebelt, M. Flrulight, F. Zatarailn, C. by ubret, J. Borras, I. Rauschkolb, B. 4o. Edwards, M. Hauschnecht, E. M. and so. J Munsterman; Messrs. C. Dunbar, L [1 ng- ILaare, J. McGahi, N. Dubrot, . Se e- ward, 8. Zwikes R. Charles, E. Muti, w itR Vera. C. Cieutat, C. Muts, M. Mor Ity ,Meehan, 3. Mterman, Victor tin ajneImhmaldr and Capt C Clua. NIGHT SCH()OLS TO (OPEN (T 'T. GI The openihg of the ev.,ning ,lIools Tin was fixed for Octob.r ; att a mieeting leans of the school board We-dnesday night (Corn The term is to run to I)ec.ber 12, way when they are to be close.d for the hIli- lotei days, reopening again January ,. and the c ontinuing in seseton to April lI. The Rails reason for the holiday closing te-rm ua as and explained on the ground that owing to Soutt the press of work at that Ipriod many l1Mr of the boys won't be abil. to attenl the ( school. years dry t more MAYOR LEAVES FOR NEW\ YORK. Whes new ,prom tion Mayor Behrman left Saturda. night tion for New York at the request of the con- to th vention and tourists' bureau of the stat Association of Commerce to appear in West person before the convention of veterin- eys arians and also the Association of Fire' Engineers and invite both bodies to Ford0 hold their 1914 conventions in New gis s Orleans. The '.ayor stated that he inter would return at once and hoped to beratt to ge successful. Fire Chief Pujol is now at Orley the convention of the firemen. 'pany pany 1M r "taw IMMIGRANTS COMING. and I _adap (been F. J. Ortila, general Southern pas- those senger agent of the French Line, re- man' ceived word Tuesday that the steam- local ship Hudson. with Immigrants, will whic reach this port Saturday. He had no! advices as to the number of aliens aboard or the exact time of arrival. NOT This is the first of two ships of this line to come this month. The next one AL will be the California. WESLEY ADULT BIBLE CLASS. bask Ssack ;ages The Wesley Adult Bible Class of the het cars Algiers M. E. Church, South, meets on suc Sunday and Wednesday of each week. The class numbers above fifty mem- TI bers and is stll growing. A paper, of p "The Gold Digger," is issued weekly kets for circulation among those who attend mes the meetings. cial ICan Under the leadership of Messrs. F. pad Henning, president, and H. It. Gibson, vill instructor, the class will no doubt conm- tri pare favorably with any similar class ket in the South. Per Wednesday night was "Old Bible 'by night. Many of the °nenmb-rs having dist old family Bibles, brought them for the ing entertainment of the class. Mr. Van of Carter, the state secretary of the Lou- pro isiana State Sunday School Associa- be l tion, delivered a fine address, dwelling sat principally on the need of Christian pal sympathy in this, our own day and dir time. car OUR PLAYGROUNDS. got giv sat Opening of the playgrounds was one for of the principal subjects of discussion at a meeting of the playgrounds. The equipment, as tentatively sug gested by Mr. Di Benedetto, will in clude five swings, a field house, five LO see-saws, a basketball and tennis court and other apparatus. Iron benches will be distributed throughout the park. e Frank Dietz, a contractor, will proba g bly secure contract for the equipment. r- A motion came from Mr. Wolf that a manager be named to assume full , charge of the playgrounds in Algiers. s The motion passed. ci it cr( LETTER LIST. ha ce List of unclaimed letters remaining ch at Station A, New Orleans post office, for the week ending Sept. 4, 1913: P Women-Miss Mary Davis, Miss in Pearl McCoy, Miss Molly Lexcy. Miss so m Mary Stevenson, Mrs. Melinda Thomas, :h Miss Ellen Woods, Mrs. Offeala War- cI in shont. 1g Men-I. P. E. Archinard, J. Hoffman, o - Johnnle Horden, Paul Johnson, Horace G '- McGuire. S A. P. Leonhardt, Postmaster. A. J. W. Daniels, Supt. ENJOYABLE PICNIC. at ts- Mrs. Blanche Finegan of 341 Belle Ir. ville street gave a picnic to her music he scholars and their invited friends Aug* ir- ust 27th, at the City Park. All spent a in very pleasant day, driving, riding the ng scenic railway, flying horses, and other all amusements. Those present were: Nellie Herbert, Hazel Cayard, Emelda V. Niklaus, Myrtle Sutherland, Katie ez, Spence, Mamle Nichols, Ollie Lee, Eula ad Donner, Jennie B. Hauer, Nova Sadler, ta- Alma Kiser. Elizabeth Kessler, Loretta nd Casey, Mary Casey, Marguerite Casey, t t.z Edith Lee, Juanlta Hoffstetter, Anna L May Rainey, Omega Huguet, May C. Hauer, Leah Schroder, Ruth E. Fine B. gan and John Spence; also Mrs. d Spence, Mrs. Hanlin and Mrs. Blanche L Finegan. Its, or- RENECKT BaLL8 THE FAMOUS g BUSTUB BROWN SHOWS POR THE GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. * The new stationery of the New Or leans Southern Grand Isle Railroad ('olmpany announces int a erry modest way that E. . Burgis has been pro noted to general superintendent of ail the corporations. including the Algiers Railway & Lighting ('ompany. owned d and operated by the New Orleans Southern & Grand Isle Railroad. Mr. Burgis has been connect,-d with the (;rand Isle road for a good many years. During the regime of J. S. Ian dry he acted in almost every- capacity. more especially as master mechanic,. When the road was taken over by the I new Canadian syndicate he was agai' promoted to the position of construe -J tion engineer and built the extension to the Naval Station and Immigration Station and also the New Orleans &! Western Railroad from Gretna to Har vey's Canal. After the resignation of C'has. W Ford, general superintendent, Mr. Bur- : gis succeeded as acting general super Intendent and we now offer our con gratulations, he having been promoted to general superintendency of the New Orleans & Grand Isle Railroad ('oni pany and its controlling interests. Mr. Burgis is a business ma:t from "taw." lie not only has the good will and good wishes of our citizens, but his adaptability for this kind of work has been recognized time and again byI those who are capable of judging a man's worth. We are glad to have a local man at the head of a concerni which is so close to us here. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC AND TO ALL EMPLOYEES CONCERNED. Commencing September Ist. 1913. baskets of fish, crabs, shrimp. etc.: sacks of vegetables and other pack ages and bundles will be collected for. when carried on the platforms of our cars as commercial transportation of such commodities. This does not apply to band baggage of passengers, nor to the o. inary bas kets used by our patrons in their do mestic marketing, but will apply espe cially to fish, crabs, etc.. om Harvey Canal and also to sacks and other packages of vegetables from the Ames ville district and the McLellanville dis trict and also to peddler's packs, bas kets and sacks from the Third District Ferry and other points when carried Iby passengers for purposes of sale or distribution and to save expensive haul ing. Small packages will take a rate of 5 cents and large packages 10 cents, providing that, all such packages may be refused whenever the carriage of same may interfere with the regular passneger service: and very bulky, dirty or offensive packages will not be - carried at any time. Conductors are expected to exercise good judgment in this matter, so as to give good accommodation and at the same time collect a reasonable charge e for the service. n E. W. BI'RGIS. General Superintendent. e LOCAL MECHANICS GET RAISE IN WAGES. During the past few days a commit tee representing the Western Division a of the blacksmiths, coppersmiths and boiler makers have been In conference with the officials of the Texas & Pa cific railroad looking toward an in crease in wages. The conference end ed in a victory for the workmen, who have been granted an increase of 1% cents per hour, making the amount 43% cents per hour for skilled me l chanics. e, It has been stated that the Texas & SPacific railroad have already been pay ' ing a larger amount per hour than s some of the other roads and the fact ., that they have granted a further in +- crease is looked upon with much favor. SThe union was ably represented on n, our side of the river by Leonard P. Ge Gisch, who has been one of the strong workers for the union for the past few years. Mr. Lee Healey of Gouldsbor ough was also a member of the com mittee from our side of the river. The new wage scale went into effect on September Ist. le READY FOq BUSINESS. tic t F. P. Schoene, the official watch in he spector for the Southern Pacific and icr Texas & Pacific roads, is now occupy e: ing his new home and store in Patter son street, near Vallette street. Mr. tie Schoene is nicely located for his pur Ula pose, being near the Third District fer er, ry and also in a convenient place for the employees of both railroads, where ey, they must report regularly for watch a inspection. n Mr. Schoene is also prepared to do all kinds of Jewelry repairing and will he be pleased to see his many friends at his new location. USI UNUCKT B SATISFIED WITH A E Lllr PROFIT. EUT YOUR 30l3_ IPROM HIM. The finest and most beautiful Sal ,;, in the city i., the _ ACME CAFE 117-119 ROYAL STREET, near C .NA 1 _, The Highest Grade of Goods, and the best fell'v - 1i: .wn meet here. OUR COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH IS MUI !: TALKED OF. Acme Cafe Branch! Corner COMMON and SOUTH RAMPART. A!l of my Friends are Welcome and will receive cou:teous treatment at both places. F. V. Sierra, Prop. Call me up at MAIN 1072. :: : : :: . Guaranteed Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen Oir .at tes art iuarant i d both a: t- it na; and performn an ,. at pr .tl that ,ak I th , i t;h .. " .i lu - l0)sslhle. \V. ha>.e a special I.adi.s' \Wat l. 14 kara.. -ohld c~dl. ric'hly diamond st. !,'. j.i . l . E!:i or \\.alt hamt mo 'u:ui'nt. srpecial :t,. See our special solid gold %ol ath .: $ ,I . Ladies "0-year. cohl tilld i \\at li.-. Klcm'ti or Wa\:hanm niovements. $15. Monograms engra\ed fr.-. MA IL ORIDERS 'II.I.EI) "The Diamond Store" Whiitr l3ros. JEWELERS 624 Canal Street ( Tudor Theatre Block) "Go Where The Lake Breezes Blow" Excursion to Mandeville On the Palatial Steamer "LOUIS DOLIVE" Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays Departure froe. Spamiah Fort upeon the arrival of the train leiavan Caal and Rampart at 8 A. M SATURDAY and SUNDAY datera"nae fro Spnia Fort spes the arrival of the train laavis Canal and Rampart at 2 P. N. MUSIC, DANCING AND REFRESHMENTS Round Trip 50c Veanl can be chartered for private parties. Office. 318 Whitney ask Bldg. Phoe M. 1729. SPECIAL THIS WEEK . 11 n,.." % note o ll$ 1 r Pla .ie'r I'iano made i, t . C,- itl 1) .' t . lian llllafall.tlurcr .f thi fa;inmo Inn.r-'Ilay.r Li't:in, . wilh Ibn(ch. tool nl 1 1t I " r, . l I 0,f ~ l .i. .nl $485.00 $1t MONTIIILY. "rhi[ 1 the !. ..t V.,lht. In fl te: I ,tllanos ever ,,ffer,."d .'ift> ,f tlh,.<,, instrumlenti l will iw *l,! at thil prh." tali at onllc'e or write u+ for catal"", and: l fall jlurtlh'uhlrr of ,I'r 1nli." It,,h IEx .hang. Library. TI EP n 912-914 CANAL Successors to Cable Piano Co. THIRO OIlSTRICI BUILIG ASSOCIATION o A Co-operative Saving and Home-buying Institution 2601 Royal St.cor. of Lafayette Ave. INCORPORATED APRIL 15th, 1887 CAI'ITAL ACTIIOIII/FI, .,it .it 'AIITA T. ot'.t IIBI,I. $1.F72., i0 . PAIl IN. $814,1s',. . n The borrower ,obtalns the lar v:tlue of each lshar, $1P1)n o wV.wlthiot f,,es or Sother deductions when the loan Is granted. Intereat lsinir when the money In paid over, and stnp. when $13o.00 In paid lack. If deIrirl to cancl the share. If share is not cancelled, the amount may .w reborrowed without conts. Bor rowern and Invsentors rcelive the same cash dividends of 7 p.r cnt per annulnl., )r- seml-annually compounded. A Contingent Toni I.'nd of o)ver $17,000'.00 ae m- guarda the esrnlnga. OheFFICERS PETER JC'II.IN. 'reridnt. \I. .F. S'IiEEI.E. Secretary. WM. FRANTZ, Vlc-prrhlI'iit. I SI'TIION & fA)OMIS. Attorney*. ADAM GA.MBE1L. Treastrer. Z;EI.rI & LOoMI, Notarla.. I)IRECTORS~---I'eter Judlin, Fred Zngel, Jno. Lugenlihl. (Loulas chuler. M. Toepfer, Win. Frantz. Ily. Ortland, C. Stander. I.ulis Sporl. L. F. (;lnch, Winm. F. Scheele, lHy. L Frants, Vic lamlboal. cu0. Goertz. A. J. BraiI, Adhm Gambel. Philip Forschler. Philip II. Thoele, Philip J. Schoen. (;eo. V. Fclh. ilugh . in- Suthon, John lHammel, Jno. C. Dodt. Jas. E. lluckins. Edw. E. Sitoll ALGIERS' FIRST VOLKSFEST A SUCCESS. Fred Albrecht, the chairman of the Volksfest, and Mrs. Biehler, the chair lady, and every member of the commit tee extend their hearty thanks to a:l who participated in the picnic, espe cially those who gave such liberal do nations. The picnic was a great su, cess, due to the fine weather, to thoM. who attended, to the committees aind to the untiring work of the chairlady, Mrs. Blehler, and her helpers, and to Fred Albrecht, the chairman, whc showed marked ability in handling at affair like that. He worked and en thnsed others for it. His enthusiasl was the suceS 01or theP pinlfr. Herr Albrecht and Frau Bleiler leben hoch. Sie leben hoeh. Remember, this was the first Volks test in Ali,,rs. S', the se'ond must flolow. POULTRY AT RETAIL Spring chlikens ............. Iper lb 20, Hltns. each ................. .. . . Geese, ea.h ...................... .. D ck-, each ............. ....... ..40c FREY'S GROCERY, Store open Saturday ni~.hts until 10 :.30 and Sunday mornings until 19 o'clock. Phone Hemlock 101. 10311 D-catur Street. Oppolete French Fsah Market.