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I' ItLISitnl EVERY . T ITRSlAT. alterel t th t Post-i 'e at New Orleans as 4i-.,ntl.lasa Mall Matter. TEItMS OF tilBLRIl''lON. (m e -,pY, Oine Mth,. In Advance... .1. lOne ,)ip, :n Ye-ar. , o Adeare.....$1.0 iR (' V KII.AFT . .Editor and Proprietor Ati I' - Y i . ao r. aitlo to IDR. C. V. K ItAF I. l ,. :, )tt . -rr.-t s. r at. f'°w Of Ir, ."t l)-e !.l;.\ . I . . ' ",;IF. li;It I, 1I ana: ! f", a n , at the fa; ll.n ItnI t a ... ye .,.tat,*,, 500 Ver Ct rpi'-. ait aýi t. ;I;14, ;" tA i-`, F:1 .11 Ar-v,-we. ,LTTE+R: -s f ''n1 ' -i i'" T E TI IEKAL.'i m ,r i - ,' r , .w p r ",,* .l b u .lr ' M m lnAl , ' r \ ,. , ;iS ) ,'O 'r a ," " t. I.,a-" - "i :,fr li mn .atl, !li for p'lu"C " *Ion r .+:;n a *wss!b,. andl nOt later t.a1 o u A ', , ,. . n, ,rt.'i , +i h as le te rl from dr1,s, d. 0 : l" anl o ir- ioal rnentlon wtll . IIr t ti l! , I S rt1E Id:uA; i ) fr.e o. Iftcarge wNtto r i r " . . thn w i!:, " e r le sl .e l f .v tl si t ) wa;I i 'n i It pinbllhe "Ir, tir' i.,littr i f T ,i i" ii r i, . a: ill r'.') L iri, , t, l i tdr ti tf th d ri , drilila , thi e i rlts ,. . ;rl tih h ve bI Flo- eyh .'*d> iý i-" J-',r a ,- ,- 'l, -r"1 dntl ' r ti t t iii4t 1 bit l n -i il 'It' : s aif tio t ,a lt iro iral. h ,,f hiint ' - t kenl mOt l;elar, l ha tllirty t ;i :r-t-tijous. ie· l eo( 1 rt a ci ,lil inl anr w y, hliap i tha t i n s,.ril is to identify the driver in tha i t h> lut lh nlts w nthi aon th cidt ntof Surlnd, tliio carry i th it a tentdency to onld i sure111 to reflect credit io n to have rlasting enmrat alty of a desl irabln the lrie l ilegof of law-abiding it perso. For tha\it rea him put in jail and to lie us.ed a . proof against him in the eeollnt of a lawsuit. oI can not lr e mslfunderstand to think that It is the intenion oflimit, the city of of hialh to do anhing but that welve toh will enty mouriles lo motives, hinkh thes boule to carry with it a tpreent acci to raisge the standard of good citizenship, and io sure to privaflect credit on them, for their stewardshcti and not ogourt an everlatinure which donmit of a deirable lto every of law-abiding citizenl. For that rea son I can not understand why the bar rier of the main safety feature of the previous ordinance was ever disturbed, that is, the "speed limit," the mileage of which was changed from twelve to twenty miles an hour. I think the sole object should be to prevent a'ci dents as much as possible and not en. courage them for the take oaway onfring ing on the private rights of one's citi zenship by exacting photographs, a safeature which doe not appeal to every one, particularly myself, not being a handsome person unless there is a good deal of flattery I would not like my picture on exhibition. Put back the speed limit where ithe I was originally; it is indisputably a I good safety measure and a prevent plainve of accidents. What would be said of one miuho would advocate the taking away of the I onety measure against murder? Thae is, the present penalty for carryingto hu concealed weapons, and requisring n-p to th of ited of every citizens at any to filst; eve a photo-ugh graof automobileself in the court buildingc streets. Buwith a view of humadentity' sake do not substi tould commit measurder. whicsn't hIt plas said a beforethat this would be putting a prccidentsmum I for one that will ecourage them by t Nothing on cal damages by one whrior to shu so man life; should It be netake advant- rto age of the speed limit Ale miles an of whits citizenh has at andey ot; even though a com meBut foral value on human life.ke do not ubst before, I~ Jbound to lessen accdents Editorfor one that will eecourage them bHerald. mere puSir-hmeOnet andof the Pardinal prin-o cphysal damages byhool career was to als -o anortuaphold the standard of idvantell gence for my birthplace, Algiersmt. Alls catte yourh ar tendencile very to utd a lom-l admir e the spirit o f local pride in the. Jwriter. As an addenda W.kindly men-nox. Dr.tion Miss A. M. Itarte, the ecient encouraging words at my ad ent into The Herald. the omplex realms of the eardinal prin yworld, washold to me staone of the chief ntelle- ft gentsce for my birthplace, Algesers. As the moery truly your dstrit, I apre-I ton iAdess A. M. Mlaae, ther, A. M. cat principaNT of BIGellevlle schoolDAMAGES. whose Thenouraging words at milway ade& Lighting ito e complex realms ofmade the defeducational orldH. Smith, was to claime one ofthat the cis amounele armeny 1 of this year, when he wass. erstruck by a car.uly ours, I R AT idea Maher, AC. M. An Industrial Bank !n aneother part of this tosne will be found a large advertisement rel ;aliv,. t( tthe ,,re.,: i/lia at the Industrial Bank and Trust Company. The a l. rtl es mr."t -hI,:l1 b'" readl by all wage earners. It should be read by 1,4. bc :n". - : f: ., 1-t" it gives an idea of what the Industrial Bantik and "" l c. v. i il1 for the- poor man. Thi- advertisnment is- In re "lit3 ; Ipr", pt ;)n- ;tIa d \htth'er or nr ot the reade r ,-v'-r .-\pe..ts to beoetinc a ttock },,r thi ,-ititeilO i - 11f -p.e' ial \,'value lt r the fact that it ii otne of thet rt i- .: i, e.x r erct ni-itd hlore. \\'lli!*' ," I n llan] I cergY. lize,d tt ,lolo i .-nerall i;tik hg bslln - n th ie -" ;," ,:. r ;:, it i- :t Ii',,tdI to a-II,,lY :. lonh1t ' : lt Wanit in thlis itty in ls - : r t'. , 1 , -r, r .--.. . ) l i , nt ee-e tla "e toe establi-h . I',, t . I. h; Ill, () ... I k - l;i ir I . ''l fii L.e',t d pc osit to guarate.ite' ,Ith r r, itl. T i;, i Il d-- ', : h, ty , ., l' i\ ltie, tie ly a bigt i trust: they ol ri ,: all l th :i.- .. th I, rlllil ' r bal il it. .o gr.eat that tlhlty ',an II, : 11 rr r- i: .i ,ii] lI s.i Ii loen- as tll-ey might ate 'to it anyl T'. . T L* e' t, o t hetier \cithl ;I smuall loal. It .o.ae t n n; l,' :I- Ill ) t. tr' '. i ' , I. .. ' . o! "1o'V or .$7,~ ai- it tOtleo l hone who hor n .. t * t tli f oy lan el thi . \1,dlie' tie i ide+ ut to bo etkkeeping. tsetld .l ot tii ii tlltit'. :,., I t h ,the.r t lerial ,work in' idlent thereto. il'e a,,' e el l .,irrr or tle ismaill b'c-i''-" s nu n hi 1 hal lls no bank atcontit canlitot .",. , ge't l,,e;rit it . a ia:k tar at loan.ie. aiuse he t-must fir.t be a depositor to gert t et i:. but thile Iil-trial liank is ready to lend money to the poor (; r re.alers Ilnit not think for a milit.ute that this mone) y is going to be e, t (,it prtitl-et'oui.cl y b:,t it will be lenlit out only to those who cian show th..t th.e-" are hone-t and tlhi- n l-t le e"idet-tced] by two endorsers who know the matsle past lite. ki,,'o of hi- int.egrit> a dl hii abilityv to meet small obli cationees. Th.e'- smalel l1aus i miil be le of course only wheni the purpo-t fuor \ihith Ilthe mone is orre\,et i, made known to the bank. After the loan i mntde the- batik lotes notl lre'luire that all of it be paid back at one time but it Imay be returned in -niall weekly or monthly payments with anii addetd , per telit ilnterest. The price of the shares of this institution is placetd at $1.e. Two- - thirds ee the $le.ueee.ee, capital has already been subscribed. There is also to be a surpluis stock of $5:,ee 00 0" This new bank is to bhe locate.l on PIerdidlo Street, betden Itaronne and I'arondelet streets. It is tthe object of this institution to distribute the stock in all parts of the city. The promoters would have little trouble in dispos ing of the stock to live or s-ix people who would be glad to take advantage of the nice dividends this in stitution would pay, but in order that an In dustrial lBank be successful its stock must be distributed and the success also w ill be measured by the number of share holders. The greater the number, the greater will bee the tnumiber of workers for an institution of this kind. Within a few days solicitors will take tip our side of the river to sell I the remaining few shares of stock which have been allotted to the fifteenth ward. We call attentiton to the names of the board of directors and state that more will be added just as soon as the organization is completed. e o The Ladies' Aid Society met at the home of Mrs. UGiepert, Wednesday, S.une 17th, at 8 p. m. A large number were present and the receipts of the late entertainment showed flattering results, which have added materially a to the building fund of the church. y Refreshments were smrved by the hos tess and all went away delighted. a Next Sunday, June 21, Sunday school e in Pythian Hall at 4 p. m., to be fol lowed by a service of public worship. t Rev. W. H. Leith, pastor-elect, will a preach. e The pastor of the Presbyterian Church conducted the devotional ex o ercises at the commencement lof the SlBelleville school, Tuesday night, clos f ing with the benediction. The hall g was filled to overflowing and the 29 t- graduating girls presented a beautiful - program-a credit to themselves and the able corps of teachers. There is e no longer any doubt of the literary fu n ture of these graduates. Their gradu n stilng dresses were made by them selves, each one making her own. Do i- mestic science and the talented young o misses are responsible for the same. n At the anniversary exercises held on e the lawn of the Lafayette Church, last Sunday, the Algiers Sunday school was h well represented and carried off some e valuable trophies. Streuby Drumm % got the large gold medal for perfect I- attendance, and Lemly Hubener, Eliz I abeth Higgins, Eldred and Roy Drumm, a Roberta, Ruth and Elliott Hafker f bring, were each presented with a sll ve- medal. Misses Gertrude and Gladys Leith returned from a two weeks' visit to Thibodaux, La., Wednesday, the 17th, having been the guests of .Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Waterbury, Mrs. Flanagan, and Chas. P. Shaver and family. TheV lo0k hale and hearty and report hav ing had a splendid time. The Santa Maria Council of the K. of C. had a very successful initiation ', last Sunday. About thirty Algerines f were added to the rolls of our local council. If you happen to meet on the street some of your gentl,'men friends, who start lauching without any appar ent provocation, you may reasonably surmise that he is one of the new initi ates, musing about some of the force ful lessons impressed upon him last Sunday, and it may take a few weeks before he resumes his former compos ure and recovers from the severe nerv ous shocks received on that occasion. Yet they will all tell you that the initi ation ceremonies are most wonderful and the lesson of Catholic loyalty most impressive. Judging from the present member..hip, Santa Maria Council gives fair pronmise to become soon a power for good in our community. Fr. Larkin. S. M.. Pr. A. Rabel, S. M., and Fr. Hi. de la Chapelle, S. M., left a yesterday morning for New York on 9 the steamship Momus. During the absence of Pr. Larkln, Pr. P. Dalgreau, S. M., of Jefferson College, it will help us with the parish work, un til the end of July. This evening confessions will be heard from 4 to 6 p. m. on account of the Feast of the Sacred Heart, cele brated on Friday. Masses on Friday e morning ill Ie said at 6 ana 8. At 7:30 p. m., special services will be held r in honor of the Sacred Heart. One of C the features of those services will be the solemn consecration of the parish to the S. H. as requested by the Holy Father. Five new promoters will also receive then their crosses and diplo mas, Fr. Delaire, S. M., and Miss Bella Mc Williams went to Jefferson College on Tuesday afternoon to attend the com 1 mencement exercises. Baptisms. Charles Bernard, born May 20, child of A. L. Mares and Augusta Helm stetor. Sponsors: Charles Fink and I Mary Amuedo. Rita Marie born May 21, child of Antoine Scobel and Annie Schroder. Sponsors: Joseph Schroder and Mrs. Jos. Roberts. Mary Floris, born May 10, child of Hughes F. Cogan and Eulalle M. Guid ry. Sponsors: Henry J. Hedderman and Mrs. C. Russell. Ferdinand Allen, born June 2, child of Joseph Burrows and Mary L. Mo laison. Sponsors: Ferdinand Molaison and Harriet Meyers. iBerthamen, child of Leslie Collins and Bertha Cantin, born May 14. Sponsors: Oscar Cantin and Mrs. Aug Lantin. Marriages. IMonday, June 15, John Wm. Gessner and Miss Elsie Wilson. Witnesses: Victoria Simon, Joseph O. Otheyho. 'Monday, June 15, Robert Lunn and Miss Leona Lawton. Witnesses: H. C. Helibach, Irene Lawton. Picnic meeting Friday. English service Sunday at 8 a. m. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Last Sunday the big boy of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seeger was baptized. His 1 name is Charles Bernard Seeger. Mrs. Normann, a beloved member of Trinity Lutheran, was buried Monday I from the church at 4 p. m. There were no notes from the Meth- a odist church for this week. a Rev. A. R. Edbrooke will preach at F 7:30 p. m. on Sunday night. e There will be the regular lay service e at 7:30 a. m. and Sunday school at 'I 9:30 a. m. n Up to the present time no news has o been received from the vestry regard-. b ing a successor to Rev. W. S. Slack. SUNSET LINES WANT 200 ACRES FOR OIL TANKS. el- Offer of $200,000 is Refused for the oe Oakdale Tract. by itl it -Ari ottr by th.ie Surhe.n P'-a ii,' t-_ ('om Tany of a.. ,u for ' a ai, res- of S aIt, in t,,e Oakda ,e trad,- in iAl t.,r. ha-! ,'rated , - Ir ,on :l, 1-ita'iont in \\ . - t- ,a k r."a l e .ra t ., !r ,!P - . T h ,i o f. in (akda'. l.,ir l t',n ,aw.:, ani , r,':e.h :i tilt," lo; lan l t .1.t1 nt a' ,tlln t l -ir ren-,er its !ant .at lh:a' ,rl e. NeL:(t.a I lits are tI ill ,:: and ti ra lro.t ti pay the tnri e 'he Ironnt.:"- aret- a-k t- tht \li, !t)i;t ,Lt; ';t .y :'that ti,r\ a\ ;tet-n i" '01:' ,. . e-ta . llt net of 0 t" jii tr- T ntlk ftlr 'h,.-ir n:1 ti0-,ti . It ti sta - d, t_ how e\t r th.it tItrtre is a stroIIn ,o 1i to. hlivty that the Southern t at iith inittr ot et-s want the 1,:ntl nor the .'xtten-itn of or their -ho;,s so they (cain etlare the-ir or ,apa, it> ;111(1 illipo tall(ce It is even rstiated hat ; ,tn rairoad expect-. to lmore a gtodi part of its mechl'anical 'be qlliplnnt frot tlhe i l'Hotiston sho;s to i\ New t)rleann< on at Qunitt of thet' in ,-r.-a-.ed Iaport:;nn t of thee ternninals iw from a traftit standpoint and to lre Tpare for tie Panala l-anal -inless. 'e .and iet-n in .\l e ier- and Vit inity are ie t llding ion to tie.ir prolperty in the !'e 3,. lie-f that it \\:ll in( reta e \ery rapldly n in oalue in t l l extl f--"w, Lears. SHOLY NAMES LOSE TO NORMAN DIES. .k The Itoly Name Gymna-t it ( lub team were defeated by the Norman dies, an o\ er-the-ri\ er atgregtatiton, on Sunday, ly the st ore of I; to 2. The l- -Ieuintg of the Normanldies featu red the ganme, w hih included a home run by their pitcher. trupa, her one three bagger an-i t'o two-base hits. Their ftielding anas good also. The Algiers 11 boys were unable to solve the deli\ery i of ltrupaher, who allowed but four t well-scattered hits, and sent ten to the bench via the strike-out route. S hro der starred at bat for the I. N. . . G.. - getting a home run and a single out of three times at bat. n- Next Sunday the Holy Names will go to Ponchateoula to play the fast )e team at that place. A close game is A expected as the local team has been e- strengthened considerably by the ad iy dition of several well-known ball play Sers. The namrs of those who are re- 4 Id quested to meet at the train Sunday f will be published in the daily papers. e The score of Sunday's game by in- I h nings follows: ly Normandies ......023 042 0-13 12 1 10 H. N. G. C........-000 100 1- 2 4 8 0- Batteries: Normandies- Brupa-her and Muller. It. N. G. C.-N. Nolan, c- Prejean, H. Nolan and Prejean and n Schroder. Indoor League. d The Holy Name Gymnastic Club will t - enter a team in the Amateur Indoor d Baseball League to be organized in the city next month, with expectations f of a much better team than that of r. last year. A representative of the t club will attend the meeting of the clubs who are to enter the League, 'f next Sunday morning, to hear the Splans and make application for entry. d LUNN-LAWTON. On last Monday evening at 5 o'clock sa very pretty but quiet wedding took place at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, Algiers. The contracting parties were Robert Lunn and Misst iLeona Lawton, both well known in Algiers. Maiss Irene Lawton, sister of I r the bride, acted as bridesmaid, while Harry Helback of New Orleans acted ( as groomsman. The ceremony was d performed by Rev. Father Larkin, who * rendered a short but impressive ser mon in which he commented on the beauty of the holy sacrament of matri- - mony. The groom for many years has been in the employ of the Texas & I Pacific railroad, while the bride has been employed at Katz & Besthoff's 3 store No. 1 in Canal street. Miss Lawton, who is a swet. young lady, gained true friendship of all who I had the pleasure to know her. Al though the wedding was' very quiet, A the bride and groom received numer. n j ous and costly presents, among them d a being two very handsome presents from Katz & Besthoff and employees. n ( After the ceremony a delightful sup per was served at Spanish Fort and a very pleasant evening spent. The young couple will be at home to their many friends at 449 Vallette street. ALGIERS VOLKSFEST. It Is next week, Saturday, June 27. at the Suburban Park. There is to be a ball game at 3. Races of horses and mules are looked for, etc., etc. Ger- c man talk and songs will be plentiful: a "'Die Wacht on Rhein," "Mein Hut her tl hot drei Ecken," "Ach wenns doch d alle Tag Sonntag war" are some of the t songs whose melodies will charm the rt evening breeze. Ileinrich Zwei Blier, p bitte. Katherina, make Wurst. Ach Fritz, micht so langsom. Roman Loie en es wird gespielt. Lissbett, willst du ti einan schluck? Sei oustandig Jakob. These are some of the statements that d may be heard. The marines and sail- B ors are invited. Patriotic pieces will w be played in honor of our boys from o1 Mexico. ;. ES NOT MURDER. Assistant Coroner Rupp Holds Autopsy he On Man Found Dead. -ul'ant i (ý' '.: e, t -u"' nt r muid d. The \i . i t at t i i :w '0 t" n, a ' .', it th hi h. r t T.: it ofL a : i.. '. i'` a a-' ' t d t ji o f tli. ri-ht. tar. t i u al .'', . l i:iE irl(o e ar a if hi- LaiN f, . . - - tih- i :! r -tl'' t p \ :. to ; .'! , k -t ,.-i d . " t ' to to apopei-x . leat id - !!itt (e k . oIna i- it r:,hi r d the -ar ia,- . ia n --n it ;ta::l uato the c:ve, thi ' oi ; avi'. -ti e foI ,d on, the to t• ti- ha-ii livtt. : tt' tin k (ix and r lizh , t.re.ti . ,', : r rt, Wit nesses ri tr olia iutn . hito iti t hi e-man si-ieral bitt kts furthor itp th ii b i - .'ar as ift h" had !skit, f ,r d , till, o "r. It',),l li;a'< 11:- ;".,'Ik t at'iearttr d Ito oIf al t-i t.* i'*,it turn.!,t :11`1'1," (,il', :1:1~ i'-" ir t I iito the T;s , a at - - t I it, k•or en honer R~uppt lo'•.vev ', d:-lt'" },t,1 t:,i-' To he ory waen i to ld a lt a -ios,. wi , Ii al developed the, fa: " that ,'1tath \% as, dtue'i o Ito apoplxy. i - i, l -i thatt th e u -nd nI- (b 'hil t!1." earit s 'itll- tl !'t tit f' ! i LOWER COAST FIRE. i' titi I-' tuiia nii -ht a large fit-i orini tn- ititif ott I.api-riiti atid 0-iton stri-its, in in the bar athe gri t ly hrVli> e t i nf hi e fo ld on ther top of ill,-olevee. bH ,t'u ,,in 1 Stalixed and about t and stotk an.i r'' \Vitnesses ,\€.r+ foundlt a ho nl,.: t l + It m farnit sre at $1. tks furthlilier up tan -" e- tents were totally de~troyi'i. rs Thi- fire t citn <ru-st- thle stri-it anti a h i utt s l," had asl t or or uildiIg owSef to anth outed f . T ars ,, atrri a .-.i. Thek Tuge io was t'al'id at $s '. No dat L-age to .ot fents. r h t-re wa9, no altrt I LOWER COAST FIRE. I 0-t -of fire tir etgiute Ott ti t-o-. b ()n Frday. June at lith at ]:i a vi-1 Min.. a fire onl urro-d in the r()laro stred at ds, 1 the ar Alix stre- .rt owned antid occu Siolled by Eugene ('aey. The sIted was I is valued a abot $ O a a.d was stotally de- i furnitulre at $l.!,m(. |luil~tinla andi .onl- ý Sstroyednts wTre totalbulding was insudroy.red. I d- The fire then rco unicated to rt and y. 32i) Boutty street, in the rear sheds, a e- owned by Salan-.tore ardant and oWoc ay cupid by Tony tartrIanta and Fritz sl s. Jones. The shed was alue at $300 sar of fire. or enlgineoOil r,*tie C'l. fOnl Saturday. June laIth, at. 1::(1+ av m.. a fire o(., urred in the rear shed atd ill213-_1,, Alix street, ownel and occu-v stpied by Eugene (lasey. The shed wasl valed at $00 and was totally destroye-. f 1 ft 8 EIGHTH GRADE A EXERCISES. a Sstroyed. The building was insured. Eighth .d (Urade A. Belleville si-hool, were held last Friday night, when "i young girls r The fire their commuertificates of attain-1 tment. Y 52Each wouny street, in the pretty drearss she hads, tnade, under direction of the sewing Steachers, Miss Knight and ss Reesoc ir aned bygroup formed arcianta and ttractive E Jonpicture. The shed following program wast $ awell rendered: estroyed. 8 EIGHTH GRADE A EXERCISES.a t The clorepresentatives of the Eighth a A tion of oBellevillomen presesthool, were hel l reasons for going to collegen :t young girlsthe girls should liegin to plan for it now'vs e and the benefits ertif c ollege in eattain ment. Each wore the pretty. dress she had made, tinder directsident of the sewingh N. teachers, MisParents KnighCo-operative Club, was , prand the group formed an attractveo Mr. enning's hearty ollowing pratulationogram was od-spwell rened. : i T he representatives of the Asia e Stong, of ('olege Women prese.ted the g Reading, "The American Flag"-Vel- h s ma Renecky. r eas-tation, "Honey-Baby" - Edna if Pendas. a e Recitation, "At Graduating Time" d Orelia Sutherland. a Song, "If Thou Dost Say"-Sth Grade• o Recitation, "Old Fashioned Grand- d r- mother's Days"-Irva Daniels. e Original Composition, "-My Mother" -! -Georgiana Reaney. s Play, "Tom's Dream, or, The Little e k Female Academy"-Class. s Recitation, "The Builders"-Izetta a Meyers. Song, "Beautiful World"-Sth Grade. g Distribution of Certificates-Mr. o Henning. Addresses by representatives of the h Association of American College Wo- : men, Miss Lois Janvier, Miss Amy Hin- s a dreicka. A s Recitation, "Emblem of Glory"-Eu- n tnice Muntz. tl "Star Spangled Banner"-Esther a i Yatter. p s Benediction-Mr. Leith. RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH a A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR a SHOES FROM HIM. FLOWER PARADE SUNDAY. a G I Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock the c1 - children of the playgrounds, under the auspices of the Civic League, will have their flower parade. All of the chil 1 dren will assemble at 5 p. m., when the parade will start and they will march in the immediate vicinity of the w playgrounds. Three silver medals will be award ed by judges from the playgrounds of hi the city. There will be a May-pole dance un der the direetion of Miss Fritch of Belleville school, and a minuet dance I :under the direction of Miss Thorning of McDonogh No. 5. A big crowd is 3 iexpected. IREDFERN TO GO JULY 1-HAMP TON TO SUCCEED HIM. Effort Will Be made to Remove Local Off ice From Civil Service em tlayet., the senators sto(xd with 1Mayor iehrran for th l retenti.n of Redfern. But Redfern must go, say his superi ors. They do not know wvhether he will remain a s tn inspetor, and theyr, Sdon't are. Thi e fat probably istil they ould prefei- r to hae him resignt . iThe loss in hompensation will be the differ* +n<e between $3,500 a y"ear, a house to live in, the norinthian to use in com ing to and from the .'itI, and $4 a day and pay your own rent.t r f i The use of the Corinthian for per iiit :o - ;I-ti. th o a tled - .11" o, n ioii 1,,, tin I r ..lat : ,:. at.( other tsonal purposes, i ttIhe use of government supplies and government employeesr -for purpoltes otheri ii than strictly offi Sal,;. is the gravamen of chargesi It -'o~rt-.si (; lamnpton is tent the ay th birought against Redfern bry of inspectaors 0and those who have bee anxious to thave Redfern displaced by a tDemo. t'oth~. tr-o olhjee a lne~niulattjal oe. e'aton uall' t e Loani-janae sator the lle erat. RENECKY 8EILS THE FAMOUS ELK SKIN SHOES. EDWARD F. DUNN KILLED IN AN ATTEMPT TO COUPLE FREIGHT CAR+S. Whiean othe, uston tieway- ltedferº or oEdward P. Dunn, a Texas & Pacifice switchman belonging to the crew ofer the switch engine in the Westwego yards of that company, was fatally int jurned at midnight oThursday of lasti week, when he became Jammed ber tween two freight cars he was ino the act of coupling. His body was crush, ed, death following in a brief time. dThe body was viewed by sCoroner Odom, after which it was removed toe his home in Algiers. Dunn was 28 y e ars old and a son of the late rank o Dunn. the ois survived by hises imother The funeral was held at 9:30 o'clok Saturday morning from the home of deeeased's mother at 327 Elmira ave nue Requiem masse was seune at the Chpurh of the eHoly Name oft Mary, ando interment was in the r Greenwood cem etery.u t Redfern isper MOTOR CAR FOR QUICK TRIPS. dThe Grand Isl he Ralroad Com ny T has an agreement with a land company of this city to operate a motor car on special occasions to Belle Chasse, La. Al article appeared in one of the eve ning papers regarding this and it was thought that the motor car was avail ableTonly for the use of this land com pany, but this is not a fact. E. W. Burgess, the general superintendent of the company, stated that the motor frar is at the service of the public at any time provided sufficient notice in advance ist given for its charter. The motor car can be had for three or four passengers including the opera tor of the car at the rate of 50 cents a mile, to go to any point along the RENECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS ELK SKIN SHOES. EDWGrand Isle Railroad. KILLThe minimum AN ATTEMPT TO COUPLE FREIGHT CARS.1 charge, however, is $10 for a trip. In other words, no trip will be made by the motor car under twenty miles. The establishment of this little motor line I to points along the Grand Isle no doubt will be of great convenience to partiesn who want to make special trips to show property or for other occasions. Ween treithat this movement is the beginnid of the establishment of larg. er motor cars by the company. RENECKY SELLS THE a AMOUS 3USTER BROWN SHOES POR THE w'h ITTsan ih le SPECIAL NOTICE COLUMN FOR SALE- FOR RENI WANTS, ETC. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. l;"t de I-land ltedl arid i ;old ,n I , andu:do :t s; groAn :.-, k a , , SLha kt . A tliy to . ', '-l:.h n a e, FOR SALE. Tao (Y) buggies in gouod conu: tion. thteap. Apply to Geo. IIerber. Jr, Q'-9 Olivier St. FOR SALE. The nine-room raised cottage, I. cated at corner of Elmira and 'ti-. can avenue, on two lots of gronu. with garage, both streets paveo:, will sell cheap. Apply to Mrs. L.-L G. Lowe, Interstate Bank. Apr23tf LEARN TO FIT EYE-GLASSES A Profitable Professlen. We teach by mail, conferring derr·e Doctor of Optics. New Orleans Optical College, Inc., Dr. D. C. Williams, President. 145 Baronne St.. Now Orleans, La tt LOST. Gold nose-glasses on Sunday nlor:. ii-, I'Hli an avenue to the Mlethlod: church. Return to 'o 1Pelican avt."n,; anld obtain reward. ] p LOST. . long ofal bar pin with a rubty set in one end, between ('anal stleet ferry and the Algiers car line. Reward will be paid for its return to 733 lleillet lie streetiI, or phonet Algiers 214-1.. SPECIAI, NOTICE. Miss I. Iluguet of 326 Verret street. will furnish piano music for private dances. DIED. Giles On Thursday, June 11th, at 10 a. m., Mrs. Lizzie Giles, wife of the late George Giles, died at the age of 55 years. Before her marriage she was Miss Lizzie Ilarrathwae, and is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Kohler, one granddaughter, and two sisters, Mrs. Gonzales and Mrs. Vokel. Funeral took place on Friday, June 12th, at 4:30 o'clock, from the resi dence of Mrs. Mary McGehee, No. 911 Belleville street, services *being held at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, Father J. P. ('assagne officiat ing. Interment was in St. Bartholo mew cemetery. Ward-On Wednesday, June 10th, at 6:30 p. m., Miss Ellen Ward died at the age of 70 years. Sbe was a life long resident of Algiers and is sur vived by one brother, John M. Ward of Grand Bay, Ala.; two nieces, Misses Kate Mahoney and Sallie E. Pearson, and two nephews, J. J. Mahony ana William Mahony. The funeral took place on Friday, June 12th, at 4 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 265 Verret street, cor ner Pelican avenue, services being~ held at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, Rev. Father T. J. Larkin of flciating. Interment was in St. Bar tholomew cemetery. Norman-On Sunday, June 14th at 10:45 p. m., Christian Heinrickson, -be Idved wife of Thomas L. Norman, died at the age of 48 years. She was a na tive of Wisconsin and a resident of Algiers for the past 27 years. The funeral took place from her late residence, 219 Vallette street, on Mon day, June 15, at 4 p. m. Funeral ser vices were held by Rev. Schllesser of Trinity Lutheran Church. Interment in McDonogh cemetery. Collette-O4)n Tuesday, June 16th, at 3:30 o'clock a. m., Susan J. Lee, wife of the late E. B. Collette, Sr., died at the age of 70 years. She was a native of New York and a resident of New Orleans for 30 years. Funeral was held from her late relsidence, 211 Eliza street, Wednesday, June 17th, at 2 o' colck p. m. Interment in McDonogh cemetery. MOTHER HAS BIG SCARE. On Friday morning little Ed. Pujol, residing at 508 Verret street, disal, peared from his home and on account of his age being only three and one half years, there was some excitement in the neighborhood and after half tn hour or so an appeal was made to the police to find the boy, whose descrip tion was told them. It was only a short time until the little fellow was located at the roundhouse of the Grand Isle Railroad. We write this news item for the faI that it calls attention to what kin, o; accidents should be reported to the police. Had It not been for a wetll organized department the little fellow may have wandered for severa! hilrt before being located. When children are lost or robberies are committed or anything of an unusual kind takes place, the police should be notified at once; then they, being in possession of the facts, are in a better position to act in these instances. It is the old saying of "tell your troubles to a po-, lceman."