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Algerines at Law.
CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Sull.cc.-. ion of Aaron Johlison; pos -esislon. Robert O'('onnor. Ilo mncseek.,rs" Building and Loan As sociation is. .las. Reynolds Gordon, $;,,c less certain credits executory pro t.ss. Win. L. Hughes. .lourddn .. Bluras & ('o.. Ltd. s. An thony I)illartolo, $..1) open account. calme \s. A. l)enneno, $21.s0 open account. Algiers Mfg. ('o . Ltd. vs. A. It. Vor husch: judgment for plaintitff. $142.76. suc.cession of Nicola It'inllnat and his wife; administration.-l'. F lien Ilnesse Mar. J. .M('loskey vs. (;o. T. Mc t'loskey; motion to discontinue suit Sulccession of MIs. : (. Itebentisch. judgmen: t pulttinig univi rsal iegatee inI pos .- iOIn. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Mr- Laura 1)assinger to Frank II. Kile'en'. $~21. 1 inote.. I ).,ar, S per t 2 lots. Ithal:ronl d . ()livier. Val lette iand I'.1l ant avenute. -Ma.honey. Shiepard Smnit. J.Ir. to .luanita Le'h man. $147.;,o 1 note. S per cent, lot, Ne' ton. lBrookl n. Homer anid Teche. - O()'1Connor. WILLS PROBATED. .\Aaron .1ohinsoin lea\ves to his t if,. all his propetrty, inclulding the house Nos. "1t; and 21 s V'allett. street. The will is dated January :,th, Il9M4, and makes his wife executrix with full seizen and without bond. CONTRACTS. Agreement between Algiers Cornice & Plumlbing Works, Ltd. and P. Sin gleton. owner. for plumbing work in building ltINM Vallette street, $120. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Louis L. Bernard, agent, to Geo. L. Ricks, lease of Verret Pasture, situat ed back of McDonoghville. La., for one year at $20 per month. Mrs. Mathew Howe et als. to Ethel I Reynolds (formerly Mrs. Lawrence No rica), lot, Bermuda. Morgan, Lavergne and Delaronde, $3,850 terms.-Mahon ey. BANKRUPTCY. Algiers Baking Co. of New Orleans, La.. has filed their petitions and sched ules praying to be adjudged a -bank rupt.-Caffery, Quintero and Brumby, attorneys. Assets. Real estate .. - - $6,000.00 Horses, cows and other ani m als ................. 100.00 Carriages and other vehicles 100.00 Machinery, tools, etc ............ . 740.00 Debts due on open accounts . 413.20 Deposits of money in banks and elsewhere . 15.00 Total assets.... ..... .....7,368.00 The finest and most beautiful Saloon in the city is the ACME CAFE 117-119 ROYAL STREET, near CANAL. The Highest Grade of Goods, and the best fellows in town meet here. OUR COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH IS MUCH TALKED OF. cme Cafe Branch Corner COMMON and SOUTH RAMPART. WE SERVE AT OUR COUNTER THE FINEST LOUISIANA OYSTERS OBTAINABLE. F. V. Sierra, Prop. Call me up at MAIN 1072. The Algiers Baking Co. J. E. DICHARRY, Manager. WHOLESALE BAKERY Orders solicited from the grocery trade for the best bread made in New Orleans. Phone Algiers . Opelousas Ave. and Vallette St. McOleso ill Coal Co., SWT. W. F. WINE, U., .ager Dealers in Pittsburg and Cahaba Red Ash Coal P~fo Yirm , Il. kuc..hl,La. m I a e- en I o e .ge aing mi Mine b mn yarn -L Liabilities. Pr'eferred Claims: - ('ity taxes. 1912 $ t:c).1. ('ity taxes 191": 33.1u4 State taxes 19113 . . 1. Personal tax 191:: ('ity I 5.- 0 Personal tax 1:913 estate4 1.41 State license 191I:; 5.10 ('it3 license 1e1:1 5.0 t'aftery, Quintero and Brumby 54.o0 Secured Claims:- - Interstate Trust & Banking ('o :3,3410.0) I'nscured ('lainis: - Browder Blros.. Inc ¶:23 .4No ('aldwell \lilling ('o 41 .:2 .lohn E. Koerner & Co 1 54.3 .1. It. ('amors & Co 1:t1.01 E. W. Il Bondio & Co 110.95 .\lg,.rs Cornice Works 56.93 iH. II. 1)anlield & Co 44.25 Ax iston Milling 'o . 45S.40 ('has. Ilennery 27.60 Southern Paper ('o . 25.60 ti. A. Thiberge & ('o ..7 Queen Bee Milling Co 45.5 Sierra Bros. 11.5o I'. 'astaing 9.20 tlienlus' ('on fectionery 25"0o I'. 0. t'aferio 10.04 lOrs. Iord Bros. S544 N (. ;as l.icht Co 24..4 Sewerage & Water Board i Newton Vehicle Co 410.4 ('aftery. Quintero & Blrumby 47.4o Liabilities on notes or bills dis countedl which ought to bce paid by the drawers, accept ors or indorsers: Two notes. one for $:3,,0 and the other for $250. drawn by the Algiers Baking Co. to the order of Birowder Bros.. Inc. 550.(5) Total liabilities $6.132.99 The suit of the Bluefields Fruit and Steamship Company against Then. .I. lAla, an action to force defendant into involuntary bankruptcy, was argued and submitted on a demurrer yester day in the United States District Court. Judge Foster took the matter under advisement. IMMIGRATION STATION BOAT LANDING. At a meeting of the Dock Board held Friday, a communication was received from S. E. Redfern, head of the New Orleans Immigration Station, relative to the landing given the station on the New Orleans side of the river. The immigration station boat has a landing at the Poydras street wharf, but at times this landing is in use for other purposes. It was suggested that Mr. Redfern's boat be given a berth at Es planade avenue, but this was not defil nitely decided. It was decided to hold a conference with Mr. Redfern and to work out the problem, if possible, to the satisfaction of all concerned. THE EUREK CAFE PATTERSON A.ýD WAGNBR 8TRmB S Best place In the City to get a sand wich and a cold glass of beer. Meals and Lunches cerved. Grocery in connection. TEL ALGIJBS 129. CORNEILIUB GAST, Manager. Liquid Ant Polonn Have Killed Children; use JOHN STUMPFS Magic Hilods Ant Paper 16 cents Used by the U. S. Government. WORK OF THE TELEPHONi . 1 its Magio Has Enabled Us to Snap Our Fingers at Space. Just how modern is the essential 11and1 ubiquitous telephone-now rconlleting over a half million houses and tlltli"tes in New York city-there is a1 t;siIal line in "Plinafore'" which se.ries to in dicate. When the kildly choris is condoling with lialph ltai'kstraw ,i t his separation from his Jisephie' it chants these words to picture the terh ror of his lot: "No telephone connects with his dun geon celL" The line falls flat today. 1it "I'iiina fore" was produce't for the tirst li tue in S17, and in 1;74; the Bell ilpatenilts for the first practical teleph)one were issued. Thus when the ,words were written they related to a itw and:l startling invention that was the talk of the day. and the (ilbertian liine was really a gay. topical jest. It is a safe guess, however, that very few of the peoplle who Inlughied at I "Pinafore" in the seventies foresawt. what the telephone would really Irove to be. The years of the telepho1ne l re few. But already it has transfo,rledI business method and social interciurse. The railroads, the fast trains, the tele graph, wireless, the autiuoile. atill helped to mlake the nineteenthl century 1 celltury of Iaceleraltilon. The telephollne worked more real magic tnhan all the rest togetlher. The discovery of astral ibodies woulll hard ly have done more to nmultiply human effectiveness and ellablte is to snap our fingers at space.-New f,ork Trili une. THREE WONDERFUL MIRRORS. Used In Place of a Telescope In Mount Wilson Observatory. f'roni Los Angeles by trolleyh car aiil burro back upl through the pine forests one reaches the 1Wilson ,,observatory. No dome or gigantic telesoli'e greet' the visitor when he gains the sunmmit. A huge Noah's ark of c'anvias destroys all ipreconiei'veiu ida:s of what an ol servatory should hIk like, and within three wonderful mirrors take the place of the grea.t tubular telescope of other observatories. The observatory buildlng is con structed of canvas, the sides Iilng set I in the form of tiers of steeply overlap ping eaves. rThis arrangement is cal culated to allow for perfect ventilation and is re-enforced by a vertical wall of canvas, which can be raised or low ered at will to obtain an even tempera ture. The peculiar arrangement of mirrors that replaces the familiar telescope is the center around which all interest In the observatory revolves. These mir rors are constructed at the Yerkes ob servatory and are the finest products of the optician's manufacturing skill. The enlarging mirror, which is sup ported by a pier of stone at the farther end of the building. Is of concave glass four inches thick. and the scien tists tell us it is of twenty-four Inch aperture by sixty foot focus. The glass is polished ever so often with jewelers' rouge upon pads of chamois skin and is burnished every week or ten days. in order to remove all possible dust. In addition a gal vanized cover is kept over it when it is not in us.--Christian Herald. Frolicea of Ivan the Terrible. Ivan the Terrible, among his many Insane freaks, would let loose wild bears in the streets of his capital and I placidly say his prayers while watch I ing the slaughter of his people, "fling ing a few coins to the mutilated sur vivors as he rose from his knees." He would compel parents to slay their children, and children to kill one an other; and if there was a survivor "the amiable monarch would dispatch him with his own hands, shrieking with laughter at so excellent a joke." In one of his lighter moods of frolic he commanded the citizens of Moscow to "provide for him a measure full of fleas for a medicine," and fined them 7.000 roubles when they failed. Why Married Men Live Long. The reason a married man lives long er than a single man is because the single man leads a sel8fish existence. A married man can double his pleas ures. Any time he has a streak of good luck it tickles him all over, but it makes him feel twice as good when be tells his wife about it. And she is so pleased and proud that he feels like a two-year-old. There isn't a chance In the world of a man's arteries hard ening or his heart weakening when he can get a million dollars' worth of pleasure out of making his wife hap py.--Clnclnnatl Enquirer. Too Thorough. "Why don't you try to make your constituents understand problems of Sgovernment?" "That's what I have done," replied Senator Sorghum. "1 have been too thorough about it. A lot of them now think that they can give advice in stead of taking it."-Washington 8tar. Fearfully Foxy. "I work a foxy scheme on my boy. He'd rather wash the dishes than wash his hands, so I let him wash the dishes." "What's the foxy part?" "Why, he gets his hands clean." Louisville Courier-Journal. Very Promising. "Jones strikes me as a very promis Lng young man." "He strikes me that way too. But he never pays it back."--California Pelican. Talent is that which is in a man's power. OGenlus Is that in whose power a ama Is.--Lowell. Only On.t -Uerpt from an interview with I vistor to tow, printed in an e* eange: "TIhe velocityl of time and the rlectlom of years will never erase the pleasure of this visit. The many pleasant rides and kisses from my eoaee sweet girl friends will ever ln. gar with me." 5x12 FLORAL ART SQUARES $1.50 THIS WEEK AT SAMUEL BROS., ORETNA. ELECTRIC LINE PASSES DOOR. T. AND P. TERMINALS ARE IN NEW HANDS. T. S. Mahoney, Trainmaster at (oulds horo Promoted to e S lSuceed P. I, Wing. T. S. Mahon'y. at present trainnira- ter of t he G;onldshoro division of t hi Tl'xas and l'aiti' roa., has it''I i natli'd as s ''' ssl' toi P. ,. W ing., pr"rst'i' supt'iltel. dellt of the New (l)rallia t nr iinals. This ann"eiinmtit"tIt was madei ' Tlhrusday by tirst Vl ice-re -,ident E. F. K.arney of the Texas and Pa itfit, in approving th' iappoilintl lit as milad' by .1. \V. Iverman,. genral superint'nd ent of the line at DIallas. Ti.x "'Mr. Mahoney has proved his valin' to us in his present post.' said Mr. Kearney, speaking of the appointmelnt, one of the most ilmportant locally, "and we felt that hli d'esrved the promotion. Mr. Wing has beetl transferrd transfrr to other duties, for which he is especially iual itied. The change in office will b4, comte effective De. 1. Mr. Mahoney will, of course, make his headiquart.rs in New Orleans, and will devote his entire time to the work connected with his new post-work which is especially oil. rotis. DEATH OF MRS. JOS. A. LENNOX. One of the saddest and most senti mental songs ei er written has for its titlhe 'i n the ll ae ltoac'h .\ head Thi'' erse goes on to describe th'. hearth rokn husheatd and father speed ing to the last resting place of his only lot ed one, and truly is this the story of Joseph t. l.ennox, whose wife, Min nie Marie Gorham, departed this life yesterday morning at 10:45: a. m. It was only a few days ago that sheit brought to this world a bright little son that is now the only comfort and consolation to the bereaved husband. Mr. and Mrs. Lennox were married about a year ago at ake t'harles, La., and finally took up their residence in their pretty little home at 266 Belle ville street, where their happiness was shortened by illness and death. Mrs. Lennox was very prominent at Lake Charles, where she enjoyed the pleasure of being very popular and having many friends. Joseph A. Lennox is the eldest son of Joseph W. Lennox of Pelican ave nue and Elmira street. The funeral will take place at Lake Charles, La.. the body and relatives leaving here this morning via Southern Pacific. The relatives have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement. Rather a "Tall" Yarn. Ialph of Coggeshall, an English ab bot of the thirteenth century, told a staggering yarn: The Orford fisher men brought up one day in their nets a sea man who had no hair on his head, but a long ragged beard. Kept in Orford castle, he ate fish and meat both raw and cooked, but could not be made to speak. Yet, when the fisher men took him out one day for a swim. though he dived under the nets which they spread to prevent his escape and grinned derisively at them, he followet them back to land and captivity. At last, however, the "wild man' had had enough of It, managed to escape t, sea and disappeared. Ready for the Front Row. Everybody polish up their dome a bit-another musical comedy show is comit.; to this section.-Ajaska Dis patch. What He Would JIs. A young lady visiting her relations on a farm went out in the yard to watch her young cousin play with a chicken. Watching him for some time she asked him: "Willie, if that chicken were to lay an egg what would you do with it?" He looked up surprised, then said: "Oh, I'd sell it to a museum. That chlcken's a roost or." RWDNECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS ELK SKIN SHOUS. Don't Just Ask For Ice Cream Be particular. ASK FOR CUS TARD ICE CREAM. It makes life 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 flavors. $2.00 a gallon, $1.00 half, 60c a quart. Don't forget to try our lunches. Tlhey are famous for their goodness. ODENwA[D I GARS CANAL AND EXCHANGE PLACE SALE8 AGENTS Huyler's LUNCH WITH US OF iRED C. GEGORY. JR., LT!D. INITED STATB OF ALERICA, STATE OF lOUISIANA PARISH OF OR. B IEANS, CI"'T oi' NEW ORIAANS. ALGIERS BRANCH Interstate Trust and Banking Company Opelousas Ave. and Bouny St. Capital Stock $750,000.00 Surplus $400,000.00 4%9o Paid on Savings Account MRS L. (i. LOWE. Asst. Cashier E, Reeonboesn Ladies' and Gentlemen's PARISIAN TAILOR I.A)lIES" SI'ITS mnnde to order by tailor- who are vesr.el In the latest l'arilan s'} .. FAI-LL, ANDi WINTER St ITS and OVit.' 4)ATS that are up to the minit. When you think of having a suilt mae to tit. one that will sat isfy you In every way, think of E. Regenbogen, 220 ROYAL ST., NEW OTRLEANS, LA. nov 27 Peter Castaing SANITARY BAKERY Bread 5 cents a Loaf: Bread at 2 Loaves for 5 cents and Bread at 3 Loaves for 10c. HOT ALL DAY 924 Tech. St. Te. Algler 199 Joseph Susslin, RAema n ras nu lT RNm UIMLU nut Sys Gral MEAN Iseay sa Iu II ALL TIt Friday AK TIME COIL VALLETTE and ALIX STl. Ph'ea, Algiers 117 SIroeal i made na s p-1s.daes sasstl plast thousand nine hundred and thirteen, before me. William Waller Young. a notary public, duly commissioned and qualified, in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louisiana, personally came and appeared the parties whose names are undersigned, who declared that availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of this state, relative to the organization of corporations, they have cov enanted and agreed, and do by these pres ents. agree and bind themselves, their suc c(sors and assigns, and form themselves into and constitute a corporation for the olJecta antd purposes following, to-wit: ARTITl',E 1--The name and title of this corporation shall te "FRIElI. C. GRE(GORY. .TR.. I.UlTI.." and under said corporate name it shall have all powers and authority grant ed by the laws of this state, and not ex pressly withheld therefrom. AlRTI'l*E 2-The objects and purposes of this corporation are declared to be espe (hally to carry on a general fire Insurance businesrs as agent, broker, or general agent of companies doing business throughout the state of Lulislana as fire insurance compa nies. and in the carrying on of such busl ness, It shall have power to purchase real. iwrsonal, or mixed property of all kinds., and the same to hold at Its convenience. ARTICLE('I. 3-The domlcle of this corpo ration shall be In the city of New Orleans, state of Ioulislana. and it shall enjoy e·xist ence for a term of twenty-five years. ARTIL',E 4--The capital stock of this corporation shall be five thousand dollars $(.1000.00 dollars. divided Into fifty 450) shares of the par value of one hundred S$100.00) each. and it shall commence bstl ness as soon as three thousand dollars ($3, 000.00) of such capital shall be subscribed;: said stock shall be paid for in cash or by property of value, such value to be a4p pira sed by this corporation. ARTICL('IE 5---The corporation powers shall Ie exerclised by a board of directors to be composed of not less than three stock holders. the ofcers thereof being a presi dent, vice-president, secretary and a treas urer, and one or more of said ofces may be held by one member thereof. The direc tors and oflicers shall be elected immledi ately after the signing hereof,. and annually tlhereafter on the second Monday of Novem btr. ARTICLE 6-In cases of absence, inabil Ity, or non-performance of duty, the major Ity of the board of directors are empowered to appoint a successor to any omcer or memler of the board to fill a short term, or the unexpired term of such ofcer unable or not performing his duties. ARITI(IIE 7--This corporation may be dissolved by a vote of four-fifths of the stock thereof, at a meeting especially called for that purpose, after notices have been malled to the last known address of all stockholders; and in the liquidation of the laffalrs of such corporation, the signers here of, and all other parties taking stock in such corporation, the successors thereof, theilr heirs and assigns, accept such stock under the express provision that they wailve the benefit of the laws of this state in refer ence to liquidation or receivership, and the affairs of such corporation, including its assets, shall be Mquldated and disposed of by three individuals, whether stockholders or not, to be selected at such special meet ing. which said liquidators, without the rec-. ognltlon of the courts, shall have full power to dispose of all assets at a private or pub lic sale, with or without advertisement, all in the discretion of snch of the said iiqul dators so selected. In the event of the death of one of said liquildators, the suc cessor shall be selected by the two surviving liquidators or, la case of disagreement, by the former stockholders of the company. ARTICLE S---It Is especially agreed that all stock Is subscribed for and accepted sub ject to this condition. Thus done and passed In my oee. nla the city of New Orleans, on the day, month and year aforesaid, in the presence of Philip II. Menta and John C. Hollingsworth, compet ent witnesses, residing in this parish. who have signed their names with the said par ties and me, notary, after a full reading of the whole. OriglaIal signed): Names of suhebscribers and subscrliptlons omitted. (Witnesses): Philip H. Ments, J. C. Hollingsworth. W. W. Youxo, Not. Pih. I, the undersilgned, recorder of mortgages, in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Loualslana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the - "Pred. C. Gregory, Jr., Ltd." was this day duly recorded ln my oefe ia book 1119 S(Seal) Bul.I J. LaoxsD, D. 3. A true copy of the original. r(Bigned) Wo . W. Yooxo, Neot. Pub. Sev so 2? dee 4 .1 IS 25 TO OUR PATRONS We are now located in our beautiful new FIVE FLOOR Sbuilding at l32-534 BAROHIH[ST. x where we have stocked the lar + gest assortment of up-to-date _ furniture in the South. HIEW CREDIT SYSTEM We want you to investigate :3: our New Credit System-It is ._. the best ever established-ask about it. SOUVENIRS =ý We are giving souvenirs to all patrons of our new store. F. H. LANDE 532-534 Baronne Street Esteblished 1881 $1.00 Depoeite Welcome Commercial- Gennania Trust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.00. 311 Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS ALL STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. 3 1-2% on Savings ,H,,II,+I+.4t.·M.#E i -99-4C.uie **.44* Suburban Drug Store Pure Drugs at moderate prices used In prescriptions. Carry the best Spring and Summer Tonics. Our Ant Varnish finest in the market. Fresh and Reliable Druge guaranteed. Corner Elmira Ave. and Evelina St. PATRICK S. HARVEY) Pharmacist. DR. M. O. CAREY, Preprieter. PHONE, ALGIERS 56 PLUMBING ON EASY TERMS I am now prepared to do all kinds of PLUMB. ING on the EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN. Call and see me. SA1 EWALD lia street. SAM. OS ALD, Phone, Algiers 74. THE 5TH DISTRICT CIVIC LEAGUE requests us to move bath tubs from our sidewalk. Our stock is large and room limited. As long as they last $ we will sacrific these High-Grads Tubs at.... EACH ALGIERS CORNICE S PLUMBING WORiS. LTO. Phones il:s: ! J. BODENGER, Prst. 3t is bttrr to# atr na ho gntonork. aw to ns dou a." THE BEST BOTTLE BEERS UNDER THE FLAG THE NATIONAL BREWING CO.'S EAGLE B'REW OLD HEIDELBERG POULTRY We are selling POULTRY at LIVING PRICES, not the big prices you pay at the markets-Spring Chickens, Hens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys-all cheaper than meet. Don't pay BIG PRICES. Let us sell you poultry. THEO J. LALA CORRUGATED, V-CRIMPED AN.. Ru,, R OF I N Stoves and Ranges B. V. REDMOND & 8ON, 14-a1e6-so cha, rtr., s IT MAKES YOU FEEL AT HOME aC KOLB'S GERMAN TAVERN I Cafe and Restaurant for Ladies and Gentlemen The best the marke, at fords, properly cotked and expertly serwvJ at popular price,. Music 6 p. m. to midnight. Conrad Kolb, Prop'r, 125-127 St Charles St. Midway the block between Canal and