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We do noB p..;se , hr aT.e i ChCteOyI wtlh the i cum a'tin. a*,. es ol yOJ io aitr., but we hust Inlrt .ie hiving yol. aZe as a giaiDn tee ,f g.nl faht.b. ROI.L 0IF HOINOIR. MciLanogh No. 4 . rhod,l. Scholarsh;i and Derportmentit. ,th A- is't :: 'ortello. Edward Barthet. Joseph Rumore. Mervine Umbach. 8th B-Walter Wells. Edgar Cay ard, Strueby Drumm. William Tufts. Magnus IHarper. 6th A-Harry Laufer. George Thorning, George Donelly, Harry. Hoke, Emile Holman, Elmer Burton,. William Barry. Joseph Sparacino. Reems Blehler. 6th B-Orrin Christy. Philip Gay aut. Ringold Olivier, Hilllard Bach. Eldred McNeely. Thomas Spahr. Ben jamin North. William Hildebrand. llarold Seymour. 5th A-Stanley Barras. Tsdale Daniels. Eldred Drumm. Noel Duvtc, Charles Burgis. Henry Gerrets. 5th B-Walter Davidson. Guidio Guendlseh. Herber: Bertrand, Louis Laufer. Matthew Morse. Elliott Hat keabring. Leslie Sturtevant. 4th A-Bernard Grundmeyer, John Benninate. Leslie Schroeder. Francis Sadler. 4th B--Gaines Gilder. Hart Schwarsenbach. Harold Uimer. John Kramme. Charles Leber, Marion Ry an. Cleve Duvic. Walter Pope. John Forrest, Walter Forrest, Charles Gar rick, OGeorge Adams. Joseph Ham becker, Ruble Dore. Edward Laugh lin. Ralph Gerrets. 3rd A-Joseph Folse, Aulton Dau enhaner. Henry FIlerney Andrew Bunif, Hellas Adams, Carl Hatfleld. Carroll Crane. Morgan Wattigney. 3rd B-Morris Laufer. Hilary Schroeder. Harold Maronge, Leonce Andre. Otto Meder, Henry Clement, Arthur Feller. Milton Acker. 2nd A-Arthur Orundmeyer. Ralpi Umbach. Mark Senner. Patrick Dug gan. rank Serpas William Parker, Emmett Hogan, Floyd Christy. Birge ReicLard Emile Mothe. Roland Briel Henry Rouprch. Edwin Gerrets Re ne Comeaux. 2tnd B-Wiltlim Kasmer. Joseph Gut. andle Aeker, Henry Grelory. Floyd Umbach. Charles Christiansen, Albert Monroe, Sidney Swayne. lrt A-JoN ph Brune, Fred John. Alvin Covell, John Hunn. Lounais Cro nan. Roy Hingle. Andrew Myers. Geore bhory. st B-Louls Broussard, James Cter. Wilton Derenhuer. lsdort. Davls George Zatrln, Curtis Hynes, John Curn. Daey Wilson, Sandford Ulmer, Sidney Andre. Scholarship. 1st B-e-- rey Vllano. P i. A--rJoeph Somon. Robert Hammond. p4s t-- lmthn Burbe, Fran 3rd RoEydon C ene, RoC ay ard, JoLna lluto. 2prd B-Albert Newberry. Ber trd Peck. staley Leonud. 1st A--S.anilus. Kenneay. Au gust Bruone, Joseph Umbaeh. Mel tville Umbach. Deportment. 4th B-Charles OaricklL. Haywood Vallett , Reaney Angelo. Norman Ro rote Lr e Aoke, Melford Pitre. 3rd B---irlox Farrlnton. Emmett Schwaaer, Joseph Dennis. Noie Rich ard. 1st B-MaJorll MeNeeley, Guy Ponti. Maurice Roddy. Robert Ser pu. Walter Smith, Albert Spieler., Arthur Sutton. Chester Sutton. Leon ard Chauvrin. IH,';ISIA A PIECIAL DAr. Superintendent J. M. Owina. of the S8chool Board, has reeived a copy of the "loiana Speciald Day" , boo Just iued by State Superin tendeat T. lH. Hars. It cont n the lis of speal day to be osevd in the pubic somo of the sate for the yea 114, u follows: Jan. 1, "Health Day." Instructions for ob servancs to be obtained from the Stt Bead of Heath ; Jan. 19, "Lee [y;" Fe. 0, "Aerbr Day;" Feb. 22, Wahi 'toa birthday; Marh 30, "Agrcultur Day;" April 30, "Lou-' ian [y;" May 10, "Bird Day." and June 14, "'Fla D ." It eon- 4 ta poems and tratis apopo of 1 the days sgeted andalos REPAIR SHOP WANTED , There are indeed very few localities in this country the size of our - district that do not have a repair shop of some kind. Just at the present 10 time there is no place in Algiers or even Gretna -where small repairs may be 0o mad' We have reference to the repair of bi, yCr-s. sewing machines. guns. or roller skates, mending of all kinds of utensil', household goods. etc. S During the Christmas times. there were brought into our district to )-;the children many bi' y les. hundreds of pairs of roller skates and many -- other toys and things that require from tie to time repair of some kind. .4. There are but two stores here Aho make m:nor repairs to bicycles. but - 'this is not done for the proft there i4 i: it bl:t merely for the accommoda tion of custom-rs. The-e Mtores not being rescar!y equipped for the repair ,r- of bi yc.es and skate-. of tour-e make thne- repairs at a loss. but "r sio there a r '-gular chop :or the reiair of a:1 ki.:- of things, it woa':d v-a:. __ a v.ry profitable bu-i.~s' to one or t ,u : -. In ,,aliti', og f :r. m :.v, to six t h'"r a . '-wpoe rpaittrs ,an pcak,- a 1 ,)td lving. togeth.-r '. ith -. .h ,:th,.r .ork t:.,t they may pihk up Sur.-:y :. a dstrif t of aboU':t tw-a: t .-!iv- ' th ':a':.n t .p!e there i )u:1 bhe a .." - " :vi:.r a: .i ood mn:.y for the._ right ,wort of ._ .:- A. i-rs it rea:y :n n I:ted aw. -h a work 'Lop m W iti th.is lin:.e b':.-i:. - u: ,i .:-. I- th.- e repair ga. -ta *- i. , .ý , :hih ther.- art- . -an s i. in ' r .-' T It cn,:y r:' ::re that Sa party ging i:.'. thI. i',u-i,.. - make it k::"_ :t the puib:l."' in order tLat a he . might r-ap t -r. t !.is .ab r - y thir ,ill pay, and it .: lpt . it h:t :-t .- :.-l'' :e .r '. Onoahandu:.I ." Aork and wii "io it pr.mpT.t BiRy,.:- ... : h=- repairs aonr.- :to' p.ay - :ru ta'.- to :::. r:. . .ar- a ek. M..h ii t is wrk is being . t t the ,ity ;A .n it shou'l, b.e :e.t here i. O r d-r:t We tr:.-t that -n.:e lo al artifit-r ia rr. g.iz- thi- epp.,rt:.ity a:. .-tab: -h in.- : h.-r,' :, .r th. kir .i o: '.ork r-:.::o:ed. MT. LlI.IET NOTE". J Th- \: onians' Auxi:iary h-1, a most interesting meeting at the re - tnry Tue-day night. There na- a large attendant and mu'h interest a w as display~,i inl the" w ork. The so- . rd ial part of the procram was An ne Evening with David Livingston." , , Pictures were shown by means of the - radiograph while Mesdames Slack. t.Weaver and Randolph lectured on . the different pictures. concluding p ge with the reading of a poem by Mrs .TV'. Slack. no. The adult tonfirmation class will meet Friday evening at 7.3t. oi!ock ., !at the rectory. ch. There will be a paper shower given : ?n. during the last week in January for c id. the benefit of the Woman's Auxili- t ary. All old magazines and papers e sle will be gladly received at any time at ft ic, the residence of Mrs. A. Conway, 513 fi Belleville St. The papers or maga- r 1io zines can be tied in bundles and wills: is thus be more easily handled. Any at- one having any papers or magazines can send same any day between now er, and the last week of the month to er, Mrs. Conway. mrt hn METHODIST NOTIE. t ty- I hn r- On Sunday morning Dr. Henry r m- preached to an appreciative congre- K [h- gation. t Letters had been sent to the mem L- bership for an every-member-present = service. There were 122 present at' night and a New Year program was C carried out as follows: I.-Review of I Old Year. 1. Material Progress. T. e ice P. Bell; 2. Progress in Religion, A. t. S. Daniels: 3. Song. "Onward. Chris-' tian Soldiers." II. Plans for New t Year. 1. What can I do for the church this new year? H. H. Gibson:; er. 2. How may I best grow as a Chris- r re tian? L. E. Lorlo; 3. Soul-winning for the New Year, Mrs. H. H. Gib son; 4. Prayer. Frank Henning; 5.: Song. "Oh Happy Day." Consecration service by pastor. 'enediction. en, During Christmas week the pastor solemnized two marriages at the par hn. sonage--Mrs. Ida Harvey to Winm. Mc ,ro- Ecron. Miss Mae Autumn Hill to Frank Hartley. We pray God's blessing on these nes unions. ore Our Sunday school has made an rtis auspicious beginning, both in num on, bers and work. Ten dollars were given Sunday for missions. The pastor and his wife are very I happy over the visible form which the Christmas spirit took. Many ert lovely cakes and other substantial remembrances. ink They take this medium of express ing their apprciation to the Mission ay' ary Society, for the neat furnishing of the study, and ,3 the Board of er- Stewards for the increase of salary. We are sorry to lose Mrs. A. W. Borrell and Mrs. Willis from our church. They go to California. Mrs. Borrell has been a faithful member twenty-two years. od Two made application for mem La- bership Sunday evning. ett KILLED BY THE BELT. Ned Stokes, a laborer, of Saux N- Lane. was killed by a train of cars of the Public Belt Railroad at the head of St Ieus street a little after midnight There were thirty-one cars being backed by a switch engine, and Stokes, in trying to eross the tracks, was knocked down and several car wheels passed over his neck. His Sbody was conveyed to the morgue. Engineer B. MeGuire was held for Srunning over and killing. or STRI1ITY LC'THUEIN CBA. he , Service Thursday at 7:30. Sub , Jeet of sermon. The Lutheran Church *u and the Bible. English service Sunday at S a. m. a- German service at 10:30. If pot of ble have your current expense ea . jvelopes for the put year in by 8un p day. Coagreatioal meeting Mon dy 7:20*9 p. U. 'to JOSEPH LENNOX SECURES CON TRACT FOR NEW SCHOOL. yo I go r:., -.$ :,r, .r : . r:t . ":t 7- jU , r-:. iO ~" . .- p a W V o nle. o x . " Iw '..i: r a folos. Jon \V. IEta and lt:h:n t::e ioarl in one $ndred ad,. br Pre-:de::: C'x srT..,d the contra. C h Mr. LP::nox on Wedne'day and al :ze aork on :h:- new builh:ng wi-l s:art he :mmedtately The sruture will be hi completed wit:::n one hundred a:nd y. twenty days time. a, ordinE to the tb contra. '. and this will gi.e ample time he for the installation of the furniture and fixtures so as to have everything in readine-s for the use of the building when the next term begins. It oth .ta SEWALL-VALLETTE. bc Yesterday morning at the Church ei of the Holy Name of Mary. Miss Ger- aI trude Sewell. one of our very prom inent young ladies, and Ross Val lette, also a popular young AlgiersU resident, were married at a nuptial b4 mass at 6 o'clock. The bride was in beautifully gowned in a blue suit it with a black hat with plumes to t3 match the dress, while Mr. Vallette a wore the conventional black. The' a ceremony was performed by the Rev. Fr. Larkin. Miss Sewell was attend ed by Miss Florence Brownlee, while Walter Lily attended Mr. Vallette as I best man. The bride was given into el the safe-keeping of the groom by her to brother, Wh. Sewell. The young tt couple will reside with the bride's " mother in Vallette street. hP HATCHING TIME. a1 Mr. Jos. P. A. Gast, who has taken quite an interest in chickens and has some very fine specimens, enjoys the . distinction of bringing to our dis trict the fourth prize for Rhode Isl- w and Red Rooster. Besides his line b of Rhode Island Reds he is advertis ing in this issue to-day his having ! I eggs for sale. As the hatching sea-t son is about to come on, it will pay !1L those who are interested to look into his display. in A Fancy Dress and Masquerade tl Ball is to be given by the Royal al Pleasure Club Saturday, January 10, tl at Lee's Hall. Gretna. Arrangement el committee is as follows: C. Huber. chairman; W. J. Judge, ex-offcio; G. E. Palmer, P. McGirney, R. J. Williams, J. Sweeney, W. A. Maho ney. Lee Whittker. Ed. Montgomery, L. S. Stinger, P. J. Lauman, M. Kee- tI nan. W ii Popllar Mechanics M aglaune i Pmoplr M aww.ci i -wa I, ., 1 w earsono se eas ones n a" a $1,000 'SahmW ii see w.m~m.... aamm an. INTO ARMS OF LAW t By J. A. TIFFANY. I had been engaged in the practice of law for a period longer than I care to state before I made as much as a policeman earns. But, now, I had been fortunate enough to secure the appointment of It municipal court judge. - This had been my first day of office, ir and there had not been a single case for tr:al It looked as if my expert ence as a private practi:ioner was to be repeat:ed in my ofiial capacity. Even the lawbreakers and litigants shunned me. I was aroused from my meditations by the sound of footsteps. In a few momenta a man's figure appeared in the open doorway. He was unmistakably from the country. A clumsy. ungainly man, apparent Stly about forty-five years of age, he advanced toward my desk with stealthy, nervous step. The fellow had a hunted look. "Say, mister." he said, in a whis per, "what will you charge to get me off?" "Off what ?" I asked. "Well, I don't want to tell, but I suppose I shall have to; it's all over town. Please don't let them take me to jail, mister." "What's the. trouble? What have. you done?" I asked the fellow. "But. I may as well warn you, before you go any further," I added, remembering my new appointment, "that I am a judge, as well as a lawyer." "You a judge," the yokel exclaimed. in a tone of horror. "Oh, gosh I've . run right into the arms of the law, when I was trying my best to escape. Please, sir, don't send me to jail," the fellow whined. "If you are in need of professional "" advice, I think you had better go to another law office, and not tell me anything about your troubles," I said. "I can't send you to jail until you are brought before me in the ordinary course of justice." "But, I don't want to go to jail at, all. Judge. I didn't think they would ht hold it against me all these years. I haven't been in the city in thirty ,d years, and if you'll only let me go t this time, I'll promise never to come here again." :d "Now, see here, my man." I said a sharply, for the fellow was becoming tedious, "if you have anything to say to me. I will listen to it, and treat it confidentially, so far as I can. Either tell me your troubles, or go and tell them to some other lawyer." "No," said the man, desperately, "I'll make a clean breast of it to you, judge. You see, mister, when I was a boy-thirty years ago-I came to the h city one day, in my father's sleigh; r- and while the old man was around town doing his business, I played 1- about the stable where he put up his horse. There was a lot of snow on rl the ground, and some of the city boys al began calling me a hayseed, and pelt ls ing me with snowballs. I didn't like it It-not so much the snowballing as to their calling me a hayseed. 8o I te made some snowballs myself and 1e shied back at them. Well, just as I was throwing a good hard ball at one of the boys, a policeman came round the corner, and it knocked of his hat le I started and ran as hard as I could. as I never stopped till I got to my fath to er's farm away out in the country, er ten miles from here. I laid awake all g that night, expecting that they would be coming for me; and I've been ex pecting them ever since. But, as I had not heard of it in all these years, I plucked up courage and came in today, thinking it had all blown over. But I see that I was mistaken. They're after me." "What makes you think they are 'after you! " I asked the fellow. S "There's notices all over the city," the man whined. as "What kind of notiees?" I asked. he "I haven't seen anything of them." is- "Why, one says, 'Bill posters b l- ware, and another, 'Bill posters witl ie be prosecuted!'" is. "What's your name?" I asked, as a light seemed to break in on me in all - this nonsensialcal tragedy. "Posters," the man replied. "Wil' y liam Posters. But they generally cll to me Bill-Bill Posters." "Ah, I see," I said, with a sigh of relleL "And you want to settle this quietly-without any exposure." "Well,. this is a case, I am afraid, de that can't be settled with a fine," I al said, rising and confroating the vil o, laint, who shrank from me, and cow nt ered near the door. r."You wont send me to jail, judge?" he pleaded. "No. we'll settle it without that," I said. "Just turn round." S As Mr. Posters turned his back on Y. me, I gave him a good, hearty kick, e- that sent him clear through the doorw way. "s that all." he asked, with a be -collc smile. S "Yes, that's all-for the present," I replied. "But, if you ever come near this office again, I'll givre you a good deal more than that. Now-ske. (daddle, Bill Posters, and get back on the farm, where you belong." (Copyrightt by Daily Story Pub. Coa.) Bunkoed. Hobeon (leaving the ball grouds) -Bah! Baseball is a regular skrin game. Here I paid my money to see * game, and the game is called on account of darkness, with the score nothing to nothing. . Dobson-Heavens manl That is usu all considered a grea; game. Hobson-Yes; but I think they should give one a run for his money, ayhow.--Puck. The r AlIegsd ,tlemus." This quaint notice was 7ees eated in a Cardit elub. "Ih the s. ged gseatlemanmm who took thr Iushe from Mr. -'s color bo maes they will paint pocltry rt, st the asslatames ot th ssete baud he Is gravl alaks sad therofese may as well hara them to thei IghttaI owar."-Pall Mal Gasett RmIMcKY A TEI / AUlWS WWTR AW 8.08 WO m emrame N ` PHIL LOST THE BETr, : IBy IDA SHEPLFR. cc i' re McQu~re languidly watched the a smoke curl from his cigar, play inti weav:ng circles about his shapely face - te and head. then float off to the realms,-. of of pipe dreams Presently a dreamy. satisfied smile stole into his blue eyes. .: e, He was so sure of her truth, integrity se and love for himself. Adorable Lora. ri- He was hastening back to her and to their w-dd:ng day at s:eamer speed. :y. The half c'osed door of his room let .t in the sound of voices. !t was Ed, Rainey and Tom Larkin McQuire had ns run into hoem "somewhere abroad. They were coming home on the same re steener as 'Gone. gone bad isn't he?" Rainey was sa.:r.g .-:.eves that Lora is at- InnccePce 1r--cr. : ed Doesnt know, he that she s a gcd five years or more th eider than h:mse;f. Don't guess that >w she's out to marry a fortune. Don't know that sh-'s. in turn. been sweet Is- heart to all of us. or anything of that ne affair of hers and Lamberts. does he?" McQ:ires c:.ar dropped from his parted lips. The rrd leaped :n an I ugly "aroe to h:s face. They were er talking, these friends of his, of the girl ne he was to marry. His right hand opened to slap little Rainey fair in ve his calumniating mouth. Larkin's an ut. swer came slowly, between puffs at ou his pipe: "McQuire is ycung. She ng isn't good enough for him. that's only ta too true. But. Rainey. the girl was , only a little reckless, too much of a d. flirt. Nothing worse. Lambert is a vre liar. McQuire's a good looker and no w, body's fool, if he was born to revel in pe. gold." 1," Lotra would not marry any man unless he brought her gold?" Rainey tal still persisted. 'Oh, you need not * to worry about shutting the door: Mc ne Quire is on the deck. I saw him go up id.' an hour ago" re McQuire fidgeted and worried about , ry his cabin for an hour after. Not a. doubt of Lora's love edged itself in his - at mind. No one but himself had ever ild possessed her heart. Of that he was - I sure. ty After awhile the plan he would work go to confute these friends came crowd ne ing itself into his head. It was neither new or original. but it would do. lid Rainey and Larkin found him dull ng company forthwith. Then its reason ay came out. He had received a telegram !at at starting. Hoped it was not so bad ter as stated. His flrtune, to the last . ell dollar, was in Jeopardy. He had made n some foolish investment- Further he ly. would not talk. Simply moped, smokedi on- and read. a "Rainey, the little sneak, will go t he straight to Boston and tell Lora." Mc ;h: Quire thought to himself. "Nothtngs ad will suit him better. Nothing will suit f ed me better, either." his From New York McQuire wrote a on brief letter to Lora: ys "My Dearest: I'm viewing the hole 1 ?It- where it has all gone down. You no' a Ie doubt have heard of the Parkinson as company crash' The private fortunes I they swamped with their own stupea- t .nd dous failure? I have trusted Parkia- t II son as I might have my father, had I me one at present Well, I'rm not going to ad cry over spilled milk. It's done, and , at, can't be helped. I can work for my ' id. darling. I have youth, health, strength th. and love left. You know I studled 1 ry, law. Behold a future Webster in your t al husband. I cannot wait to see you. ald Lovingly, Phil." ex. Rainey was with Lora when she re - I ceived this epistle. He watched her t ., pretty face turn pale, then flushed. in "Of course it's love in a cottage." er. said Ralney. t 're "Of course it isn't." she flared. "ls it!: a fact that he was fool enough to trust re his immense fortune In the keeping of that company he refers to?" y," "Guess he did. He was tolerably , frank about the matter. He is playing' ed. cheerful to you in this letter. He be Slieres that nothing would separate be your love from him." I rl "What!" she nearly shrieked; "mar ry a pauper? Bah, he hasn't brains, a enough to get a first client Me doi a. kitchen work and make my own a clothes for love's sake? Well, hardly.'" i. Phil was nearly a month getting 4 an over everything that followed that let- < ter. At the end of that time he was of as good as new. his Gladys, Phil's cousina, went callinga on Loraher couasin's late betrothal id, ring shining on her hand. I It wasn't fitting for Lora to notice rll" this, but she did the lovely bracelets iw- Gladys was wearing. "A gift from Coasin Phil," the girl quite innocenUtly ,? answered. "I never knew that you had a I cousin so fond of you. Seems to me that I heard your cousin lost all his on money." Lora's eyes were wide with ck, surprised inquiry. o "Oh, no." Gladys went on, still more innocently; "Phil never lost his money. Not a cent. He was engaged to some girl. I couldn't get him to tell me itwho. He brought her so many pe eats from abroad. Thea, because one o the friends he same home with f bet him, or something like that his o asanced wouldn't marry him if he were to lose his money, wrote her hae . had lost all Phil losint the bet, of course, but wasn't it lucky for mert" is) (Copyriht, by Daly mDory Pa Cs) tin Lg HWt S Mrs. Bro---My husband lst a on great deal of moey on that decle lan stocks Mrs. Joea-I'm sorry! Whenever I - hear of thoe decltnae in stocks I think woeldn't it have been a good ey thing if everybody had sold out bet 7 fore the market began to go dowal Puck. Primltive Shavihg. I The Harpat barber plaec ersra I hs estomer's neck a peculiar pea e with a semiMrelrar pIoe eat eat or a ems side, so that It fits prtla ' around the meek nder the chi. We ad te is pt inte the pa sad the brber e makes a lather wtith his hands ad i rahb it oea the stomers es, asnay I aing his heads Sr this pirpes als W REN'ECKY IS SATISFIED WITH m A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR SSHOES FROM HIM. i cH4.r'R 4 , OF R".FAi RY I'.AKI IMPROVM .) NT [UNI % r.iTE- ,, \l\I".- rT.rTi 0 r. 4.' " . . 1: A. " ... .. .- _.. : ". ..1 1 7.. . 1 .tq. : - . " 7. .. i t - - ." - -" I' ' a -I a " --e at e ". ", :as . --..t tt -. -..f : _.-ars. .f 'ock S . .- ' o. f said - ~tck s `ha mi mi. oi . - . 1.0o - : . - u .ess ec ,ded . tk ..der of said corporatI-on shall; , .. - .: an1 t e -"on. untl.. he has r a ' -t > t" then stockholders of he comr n. r n at ts . Ta e and any 1ransfr A i n of this pr1vsion It a t rp a.-" ' e li P the corporatIon. - .,-T .,ar-a .-n aal- be a going concern. a:" hree t-oIsand w`3.I - dollas f :r1 - l : -k has b aenr subscribed as 4 ..ere if :" . roried. iIT.IE V-All the fo.a s. of this cor t-! t. -n sal be ve oi in. an the manage, -). b.- a board of .i.retors. to ne comi -.et- ' ,f n e':, e than c- . nr more tohan IT -. :*n t: k oldrhn s, a iajori'y of the num -" -:l.:" a- t :-,s;ei a, fuil pa.d .)k n-,n-asfera e.. e0e..td constitutIng a quesso m for thei tiansa.tion of the bus*Is of the cor4ord - N t tn Tkhdcr board of dirt e potio shal be i"mpo: :d f F. C. Bauto lrbn. Daatie Pokornyhas ' to. Archibald A. Ma-a. M. P. Bus'og. Al. r. ST::i c'.'-; oa'. Wnail bead and Minyer Ense as - .. n as :b ree . '.on an d if$ 3.,'u* w,.r ) d olla rs n .of irt capital Qt.-k has been s3 -ribcc d as Sherenasll proe B tihpr entd. S;-ar.t ,n secetat! resurerd n. and the managd lb mear and o entoir of its a oaiers shall be Ieer Sandi .ann a loardl o fr the board to f direc 1;-,-wl of n,:1 :`+than fihe 15, nor more Than Sars shall be eL ted by of the stockhnuolders at ar meetind clnedttn for that purp. All Sdirenctio and of the bshalnos of the orpntil Itd. Than failure to eleof directors shall note I .mpiof F. cion. Batof d tor. eah stornck-. holdr shll. Lazru. ntitler to arne ot. Frankor t S'to. Archibald A. Marx. M. P. Bourbog. At. A. Shar of ock own. ed byllard and andyer Eismay be pman Theand a maj oi the rt board o dcast So shall Any: F. acanc. Bcutoringch. presin denthe -I[are Pokorny. rice-president, and Eldon S. Izarus. secretary-treasurer, and the maid S.oar-. of directors ma be illed oerb t shall lemai and remain n or the until the sterond º·,)ndsy in De,-embr. 1214. on which day. an t the rt meeting ofr, the diard of dafter t their lha tin aneted bya atonhe thoey shalder at a meein called for thatof the stock SI dir-stor and obcers shall hwid tten ntilce .- their -a1c,'so,,r are elected and quabblld. and mailed aito thure tolast knn addrcte>r shall of eaot -f tore the d as a forfei h tum of thin. charter the In stockh c:io n ldrs d.lrtos each sok it maholder she amel nd entitled to one hanted or each shere of ownted b him. andororaton may beol a !sart either in aerson or by duly authorized t pro ; and majhrfourth of the capist i7 haii clect. Any vacancy occurrlng in the t arl o drecto hors may be prsled by trepre id main!nz directo:s for the unexpired term St te rst a enerl meeting of the directors, after her er thisn and qalorporfiation shall be d i ehat purm amfrom their nown umbthe stkhl n." dent a vice-prieid-at and a secretary-treas. aRTI a metin .--A mertIocknol the onenek. Sholdran shall he cafulld bnally writqun notice maly to themainin ommis addressin os. each tTIkh,'.d. V, I .-than tockholder da ll Sthe date or red or nsibleh mfor the contracts sumd nthan the unphaid alaen waivne due by him on the tshar-s of stock subscribed told or owned e organization of this a o rpnoration aTe Sthe eect of reandering the carter null or aof rility than the unpead amount which may wh The list of st, kholders heret, nto annexed shall servea as the origal meinal subscription listo th e U of this corporation. rtln hall be dt ly .nce of John Lr i!miratlsn or orom and andthe residents of this hcitl and parIlsh, whot Srether with .', the said a ppoearers antd orme. n tart after due reading of the wtholde. ,. L Corcora n. Otto T. Hasetnolka, cpf. ,lr tht 3'.-: 5ld commL.ion o. Pusha. rmain and fore nl the parash of Orleans state ofr nLouiana. do herrhy certifyam that the fli ore 7. roing act of incorporhatior of the Roslledmary ,yPark Improeement Commlhpany was this da. Ty recorded in my Sce toinhodokr sha1119 SNew Orleans, r Ta.. Tpo alet or the contracTS191. or Partah of thOrleans. t in an rther Im Than the undersined antarye do hereby him onr Y the har o sTto be a true and to. orect copyed Sof the rt of incths orporation of the Rosemary Srther with the eiect oa renrtn of the charter necll. or oer of mortages for tholde parish of Orleans ther ie unto attac he. n ld amount hch TheIn faith whereof wtlden herets my hand and shall thirs 9th day of Deceginl mbecrpton lt. o this Worporktiogmens Co-operative Association have eOrlented. n the prfollow eng ofihners: Albert Tufts, president - a nd manager; Willin Gepert, vicela p resident; L. J. Peterson, secretaryo Swither th the safollowing diaperectors: and me. B. Babin. ACorc. J. HaOttoser, L. J. Burton and E J. Bethancourt. l L t. PL. List of underlaimed letters remain-ort mr i ane for the parweek ending. tate o8, I olana. die-Mrs. Ethel Barbert Mh ore-s. SN actRoy Mrs. Louise Small.ort th R mr aIr im-Albermnt Comrnanrd, Prsl this dark, S A. . L EILONHAR J. Lt V, D. N. I. W. DANIELS, Sptul.. J. W. DJUIIE.8, Supt. SPECIAL NOTICE COLUMN FOR SALE- FOR kRENT, WANTS, ETC. FOR RENT. One-half doj.':e " ":. IrLu, S:ret:. -.: - I'. Houma conta:nr fni r . oath; gas ,ih:-I .;: FORK l.F: (oune Mi~-i,:. ::Try. -r ' . -r. -i :an u A:.. - FOR SALE. In go "dl Aor'lr- . ;- . - . .re.-:. I,oule one-st:-r fra,n -:" -. ing in Elmira av.-zu-'. Alg.·_Z. 1 L. J. Peterson. 31S Verret s; -et Station. L1..... L J. P. '- " : VRrret St. LEARN TO FIT EYE-GLASSES A Profitable Profession. Wee teach by mail. confer-.-:g ez-e Doctor of Optics. New Orleans Optical College. I-c.. Dr. D. C. Williams, Pres ic 145 Baronne St.. New Orleans. La. to LOST. At the Market Theatre a silver Svanity case having initials "F. E. W ' Finder will please return to the Her ald and receive a reward. "p FATHER GCEYMARD APPOLNTED IMMIGRANT AGKNT OF T. AND P. FOR STATE. For the first time in the history of railroads in the South a Catholic priest becomes attached in an omdal capacity with a New Orleans line. The priest is Rev. Father E. P. Guey mard, who was some years ago assist ant rector at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary. Father Gueymard was appointed immigration agent of the Texas and Pacific for the State of Louislana by rE. F. Kearney, first vice-president of the line, and Father Gueymard will devote his time to peopling some of the sections along the Texas and Pa cifidec with the right sort of immi grants. Father Gueymard two years ago received the permission of his superiors to enter the service of one of the lines in the Northwest as im migration agent. and his efforts were devoted to peopling a rich section of the country with desirable Catholic immigrants. His services were of great value to the railroad and he returned to New Orleans to repeat his triumph for the Texas and Pa cific. Father Gueymard was a very pop ular priest in New Orleans and bad many friends here. His headquar ters waill be SNew Orleans. - CIVIC LEIGUE. The regular meeting of the Fifth District Civic League was held at the residence of its president, Mrs. J . E. Huckins on account of cold weather, and it is probable that in the future the meetings will be held there during the winter months. Mayor Martin Behrman, in answer to a letter from the Fifth District o Civic League, has assured the meai bers that if there are any rooms in the Algiers courthouse available for the milk station which will be estab lished, they will be put at the dis posal of the league. The Civic League has been success fl in havintg established here a milk station, a free physician and nurse for the poor children. This is a 51 nal success for the league, who hareS all worked hard for the station dur ing the past eight months. Just as soon as a location can be had, Dr. Butterworth will place at . the service of the league a physiciaa and trained nurse, who will make ite a point to call upon the poor chil dren and administer to their wants. IIn the beginning meetingl will be fur-h c and will be supplied from the city side or the river for the present The leante reporte d thap prcat io perfiutr, is meetings with mbch suc attendunce gt the wontnds. The very of all the children. Sunday morning Miss Abbott has Sarraned for two games to be played by picked teams, both tennis and croqaet will be played. The league has also taken up some minor affairs which will be Investi- . gsated durlin the month.