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THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbullding of the 'eet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1Q14. No. 8.
ai PERSONALS Ii
AND OTHERWISE
The Germaris of Algiers, .Ld many !
.,tie'rs who nj', y tlin, hospitality a1di
cooking of thi (;'rGetILan kind. gathered
:i large nurites ' ;s St. bur a ;i.tt h
Saturday iigt' 'A her- a , are.fully
planneld trarain.e waas carried oi'.
Games of all kindl- had h.!-tn arranu.,Ii
;ant( Ii n ls r : of r'. n "ts ViI. r' .stag. I.
SI., iil features of ih" oti.asi'n et-l
joyed to th "e gu"--+s \4, r, . II rn.tll
,i.islhs Ipr plir"-r Iyv r,.. ilpe' t lat i ,'
from the fatherland. Irtai it. tiiao l it,
lihe galls and ra, *
T'he tntill. rs r of TIh. Security Hluntt
trig and Fi'hing Chtlib held their ope.n
llg 'eremoi nieis at l h." camp at ll a.y
Adall , Sut alll . T,,he advanllc guarll
¢ wIom os"d of td -i Mike Y}'.ung, lobh,.rt
('ri tnhit and tC. W. M,.('Caitlly. '.% 1i
dotInt to I itpari for the eveItt PF'rida..
andlt was folliw'.d iy it lher rtlulbtiers
under the lead of Captain Ed lientIz.
Satturday night. 'Ih'iose in th," party
Sat iurday were J. Ii. ezi't, .\Alugust
I i'mhach, Willant S.weene.y and E. Er
nest. The flag recently giv'en the '-luti
b3 Miss lBurg was hointed Sumnlay by
Admliral Sweeney. The party returitd
Tuesday, after making a finei "'kitch."
.1sla tlannla Albre'ht. a.'-eolllt aniedl
by Irvin Samuel Hlarding. returned
fromlll nice, afte.r speniding a fort
night.
Mrs. Carl Miller and two daughters,
of Eunice, Ia., aret he.re for the stin-;
mtiter, the guests of Miss Ilanna Al
brecht.
Mrs. Alphonse Niklaus presented her
husband with twin babies. Mot ier andl
babies are doing well.
Miss tGertrude Finley and Miss .Ma
mle Morrison left tl is morning for
lbung Ieascn, to remain a week.
Mrs. John i. McNelly left for Co'v-I
Ington to rent a house for the suinll-il
tIcTr.
Mrs. Frank Lecourt. son andti two
daughters are summering at itay St.
Louis.
Mrs. Clara Finley is spending thei
summer in Covington.
The Juvenile Euchre Club nmit at tlihe
horme of Miss Frederica Stansblry. 2_:,
Pelican avenue, June 25. An enjoyallei
evening was spent and dainty refresh
nents were served. The first souvenir
was captured by Frederica Stansbury,
the sec-ond by Margaret Garland and
the consolation by Eula Ire .IJudlin.
The invited guests were Mrs..I. A.
Garland and daughter. Rosabel, and I
Alice and Lois Gravoils.
Mrs. H. Kennedy and sister, Miss
Madeline Leonard returned home last
week, after a stay of two weeks in Gal
veston, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe. W. tmtnox and
grandson, Joseph III. have returned
for a week from their summer camp at
Biloxi.
Mrs. Kate E. LeBlanc is spelnding a
week at Biloxl.
Lieutenant Robert Felcher, of Truck
No. 6, located at Alix and Verret
streets, is mourning the loss of $95
worth of jewels which were stolen
from the top of an armoir In his bed
room Friday morning. No clew to thel
thief has been found.
Rev. John Tansey, father of Mr. R. 1
A. Tansey, has been reported very ill
at his home at Clifty, Ind. Rev. Mr.
Tansey is well known here In our
town, he having preached many ser
mona in the Methodist Church when
visiting here. His many friends here
will regret to learn of his Illness. Mr.
Tansey has' reached the age of 88 1
years.
WHAT DoYoU NELD?
WE'VE GOT ITr
" * ONT
LOOK
AROUND
RrJot.vCD
You DONT HAVE To
- WASTE ANlY TIME
LOOKING AROUND
COME STRAIGHT TO
- US-WE'VE <OT IT,
" AND THE PRICE
WILL BC R14 IT.
If YoU THOUGHT YOU COULD GET AS GooD
GRoCERIES AT AS FAIR PRICES ANYWHERE
ELSE WE WOULD TELL YoU To KEEP LooKING
ARoUND. BUT YOU CAN'T. COME INTO OUR
STORE AND LooK ARoUND AT oUR GooD GRo
CERIES AND OTHER THINGS. AND THE CLEAN
SANITARY STORE WE KEEP, YOU'LL BE GLAD
To GIVE USV YOUR TRADE AND WE'LL BE GLAD
To GET IT.
AUGUST SCHABEL
GROCER
:i,. il d is o iit of . It. . , y
drawil ,t ar:,h by F'rat:k (arr,:. tie of
our :iricht yoln ho.. fourteen years
oif ago,. Ti:;" y nU:,g V a' is n"'.% ill the
i,.mplo)y of a big I,..E bru in te ll i:y.
ailnd Ie no douht will inprIve his op
or I ilti, s in this art.
'ir. G. rge litourg ois. of Thibielaux,
la.. is i,.siin his ul.nt, Mi.. ('luil
.. f lillieviilh a re .
\I I Alma Smith !,ft n te.terday for
"l i no' d a I x to l.s e n d a w i h il " " ,a tith
frilid..
\1 i .. 11Ni . ay IS rllr . u . hIts r"'- -j1".iel
r,,n a i-,i. to f:i. ni- s in Hloini. IL.
,T r, sh ,. sp, ' a t um t dli~h tful -:a.
Mir an li \irs I, oin . R il , who
,.: 'raiv.lii- i . Nrthl a tIll i- '.
, t ý . " , , lo .r t ,I r ' i. , r h o tr n , i l t h .
i . lt ly.T lt' ntr .1l kniltlown in
oliur to n.hi xaing elien former re,.ridlenlt
and having in. :::y frililn andi rlativ.s
Mi. s Ir°ni la.sk. y expect.s to l,.-a
for ia lngt:N tut oi thit Nor a: i-.
ghu,--t of 1i r aunt ianTI n1114.. Ca-lp. aid
k ',i ts in l S l:t ion r l av il lh ring l ia.
,early part of this ilmonth. alidI r.ie ain
asay fromi hI.r lhonli fo a f-a lltlonths.
tnt Sundillay last littl- Ilrlairaine Mon
grue, of l.uling. I.a.. I- thlie guest of
thlie lon rne fainil. of Ieli. an avenle.
.Mrs. Paul trn . r Sr., and her daigh
tr. C''. elia, heft Suntday for a stay of
a wo"tik or li re in Ilgar, iL.. l wii' re
they are visiting frienis and rIlatives.
Somlue tIw weiek ago quiiteI all en
Joyable stag was given at Gillin's camp
at stay Adamn. l'ihose being pr.es.lit
'were a fo llows: Mr. Flinti, the lan
ager of the Anmerican Paint Works. andi
Mr. Wni. llydl,. also of thei American
'aint Works: Mr. los. Thorning, Mr.
Vande.lindoIn. Mr. Waltlr Martinez and
Mr. Luke (iilin.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve (illin anid their
daill iter. May. antli nite, Louise, Tht
autid, have returned from hay Adam.
MIrs. Loke Gillin left this week for
flay Adam, where she expects to re
mllalln for ailoult two wee.ks. She was
accompanied by Mrs. Tate and son.
'Vi,.tor: Mrs. Scholl, oif Philhlelphia. a
g'urst of Mrsa. TaeThellna thlrmiaster
and Miss Brodtmann, of Lavergne
street, and Mliss ('orinne Hughes.
.Mrs. Albert W. Short and children
left this week for Ocean Springs, Miss.,
where they exIslct to remlain all the
summier.
Mrs. Wmi. Short, avcompanied by her
daughter. Gladys, and son, Marion, ex
pect to leave this evening for a two
months' stay in Cairo. 111. The trip is
nade for the iurpos of visiting Mrs.
Short"s mother. Cairo, Ill. was Mrs.
Short's former honme.
The friends of Mr. Aubrie (Gaiennie
will be glad to learn that he is inmprov
ing since his operation, which was per
formed by )r. A. C. King at the
Charity I lospital last week.
Ms. Pauline Bertin, a well known
musician of our town, expects to leave
Algiers for a few months, her Ipurpose
being a visit to her son. Gaston "Jack
Berlin, who is one of the leading mem
bers of the Murkle-Hardie Stock Com
pany in New York. Before going to
New York to meet her son she is to be
the guest of Mrs. Hlardie, the wife of
the manager of the comnpany. Mr. Ber
tin has made quite a name for himself
in theatrical circles, no doubt inherit
ing his talent from his mother.
Miss Alma Pujol left Sunday to
spend a while with her aunt. Mrs. J.
Arnoli, of Empire. IA.
Mr. J. L. Cunningham, Sr., and son,
Quentin, Visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Cunningham, Jr.. of Bouny street.
Misses Eunice and Imelda Cunning
ham,. left Sunday to siend the remain.
der of the summer In Lafayette.
of a
, SOLARI'S
CORNER
It
IGRANAFIG
GRANDAFIC i- a cotcirolt I
Sat Ita . N t a ruits,
i t lretd \r in ol ritt"
.- tr r ' li ir , l ,- I - i t h hc e m i d rl t -
Illtna e dating ha('K to the tear (if
1i.` 02.
DELICIOUS CONFECTION
10c and 25c Cakes
.s -I w1
A. M. & J. SOLARI,
Limited,
t Family Grocers,
New Orleans,
h- La.
A bolt of lightning strut k thle uIpala iI
til enigiine liouse No. Iti of the City
SFire iDepiartnri-elt. loo att'd in i elaroneld" t
t street. Satuirdla, shortly after noon,
i. and dtatnaget d I stlicruitur re i the e'x
1i tent of $"2. I
t Mr. and Mrs. ('ullnillnghalm, Jr., left
r. Tuesday night for Colorado Springs li
t and other jpoints of interest.
Mr. andi Mrs. F. II. itahil. of ltous
Ir ton, Te.x., are visiting relatives here.
i.- Miss Carrie Templet aeild Miss Katie
Walker, of Houston. Tex., hlave been
ir the guest of Mrs. 1. H. Miller and .Miss
e- Lillian Itoinain for the last week.
. Miss Adelaide Giblin and Julia Suth
n erland are gue-sts at tihe Cedars ltotel.
a Madneville.
r, The Mothers' Club. in connection
with the Child Reform Association.
will meet at the court holiSte .July 11,
1914, at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Amnelia Snith returned honlt,
last Monday night front a visit to tihe
various grccves of thle Wiooltdmlen"s Cir
cle at Lake Charles. Lockport. (asport
r and DIe Ridder, La.. where she was
x- treated royally during her stay. On
o Sunday she will take an excursionl trip
is to Blerwick. La., to visit the grove
s there.
S liss Azalie Ilibben returned to re
sume her duties as nurse at the charity
it Hospital. after a two weeks"' 'vacation
v- xith her mother. Mrs. II. Hlibben.
r- A regular meeting of Orange Grove,
No. 9, W. C.. will bw held Thursday,
July 2. ('ore all mnlemnlrs.
n The steamship Stavangeren is at the
.e Johnson Iron Works' wharf, at thie
to head of Patterson street, for general
t" repairs.
.- Misses Doris Drumm andl Ivy West
n- are' home front Lorraine', la., where
to they visited Miss Anne Caldwell.
s A large' number of Masons enjoy- a
)f the banquet given at Masonic hall
r- Wednesday night of last week by Sts.
If .John Lodge, in honor of one of their
t- patron saints. The evening's festivi
ties began with grace by L. JI. Peter
lo son, who was followed ,o the toast- e
j. master, Past 1Master Dan J. Brown. who
toasted the Grand Lodge.
S Past Master E. W. Burgis spoke on
S"'Masonry: It's Principles and Teach
ings." closing his spench with a toast
to St. John's Day.
"St. John the Baptist, His Life and
Teachings," was the subject of a speech
by Past Master C. A. Sutherland. A. C
Spierer toasted "Those Who Wear the
Emblem of the Sqluare."
Joseph Hughes spoke of "Masonry
and Its Relation to Liberty and Free-
dom," going at length into the teach
ings of Masonry in regard to law, or- it
der, obedience to the constituted au- I
thorities and closed his speech with a i
toast to George Washington. the first t
American and Mason of the land. b
Other speakers were S. Davis, A. S. h
Past Master Louis Acker also made ,
an eloquent address.
Danlels. J. Mcintosh. George Herbert, j
Jr., and L. J. Peterson. Worshipful y
Master Edward Dosher and Chief a
Steward John Couget spoke also. t
.Miss L. Richardson is spending ,
while at Morgan City.
Miss Agnes McCloskey will leave
Saturday for Mobile, Ale.. where she
will splend a while with Mrs. P. I,.
Eastburn and Mrs. Peter Brown.
Captain and Mrs. Heir are receiving
congratulations on the arrival of a fine
boy a :heir home on Saturday.
Jimmy Hartman left for Lavens
worth, Kans.. on Sunday.
Miss leona Cayard, of Lafayette. is
visiting relatives here.
Mr. George Weber, of V'allette
street, is confined to his bed with a se
vere attack of lead poison.
Miss.Lily Hanson is a visitor to her
-sister, Mrs. Angelo.
Mrs. A. Boudreaux paid MIr. Bou
dreaux's mother, of Lafayette, a sur
prise visit last week.
) Andrew Bevans, Willie and Eugene
Smith and Charles Miller spent a nice
time at Milneburg on Saturday, fish
ing and bathing.
Mrs. Pitre, of Elmira street, pre
sented her husband with a fine baby
boy on Saturday.
I'urrto R ,I lj .ne, Will b, a v il.tr to Al
iW rs for ilht dtays.
Mliiss ('laire- Keeientn left Sun-lay t,"
splend t he sutuini .r w :h .lrs. .1. 1).
(;Grrcts and. family ati I Stv i. Ilouis.
Ir.. It. li ltnel! ~ain li.el liIre~ .tard
left Nlolidad for St. t.url,- ;part h for
a ieo-week. -tav
Nin-ty ,! ft. f n ants, ,h I ri ,e{td by the
Ih, art of lte'alth offi,'cers with having
{i,;latd ptrov isinlls of thaw t al, , w. r
lvard in thI-. thirl ri ron!er'. ,liurt 'ri -
lit A laorl,' n mibllL'r ,,t lh.... tri ,
Iati,* c id .t , ha t ha.t t had ,,n i licd
or mi ad.e .eve.r it fort ", , mttply'. witih
lithe rlh-r. of rti. ho Iar I : l i .r* ,lia
h;larg.,I by .rl i ,I td" ( bi Th, tli,
L -';r'.e;i cti .d , Tii v ii I ti t. .I, i,'l, tlii-!
a i , a l{,' ,I t th e i, h i *h- r it'."1r- .
re- . l \ian ' 11 \VIlll Jn P. ie it tei . t .- the'
:l\ i, rs polyit, hiytta i l, ,i, . ar ,,I .otff s ,oh.
oi llrot·i s ia l rit el, * vt. 'l at ; , tpli
fes'il\l . 1,da . r ik i S i i, n, ill tih
tlet-pu.ll l .t s! pitll aintd ase l aII, l , ill
I tll inge tIh,'e " i t lrid w ,'eigh -ct11. Stable,
A l: neu tt' iih el \\'aljke , r lile . ll at-r.
th, beauty ,mu.test, lailed to tak. ilt
pr;/It r. hit wasie a vt'r .1 .," .- Ne, iil.
{.yit n WVtti l.rs. the l itth i Ajl i.rd o
SuItial right by iolli,'"r Loagu:lrel. a
n", r,. w ho knocked Walters un,."o,
F.'iois with a hrii'k, is inlproing at
the ho.pital. I.agard," was arraignetd
in hll s. S,, .,ld .ii t criminal '(tolrt Mon
day and put undtr a bond of $$.-,I.
A numllt -r" of Algi" rs l,,'ople will at
tt ,d the flal .r festival at St. RoI ch's
plat.rontl SSundlay. July :,. 11rs .I.
E. iluckills will represent the Algiers
playgroundt aet, has beten asked by MI rs.
Stallings to serve as judge- of the dis
tlays.
4 U.
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PUPILS OF EIGI I' If (RAI)E. HI:ELEVIIL.E SCHOOL, W14(0 WILL
ATTENI) hIGh S('hOOL THIlS YEAR.
BELLEVILLE AGAIN AMONG THE
LEADERS.
Twenty-three Per Cent Above the City
Average-Miss Harte and Teach
ers Complimented by Chas. J. Col
ton, Member of Ex. Com.
Toward the close of the term the
Belleville school pupils took part In
the test for accuracy and skill in
arithmetical computation and made a
standing seventh in the city. 2:: per
cent above the city average. This
test was conducted by visiting princi
pals in all public schools.
A large sheet of paper was given
each pupil. Spaces, ruled off, had the
problems and room for their solution.
Ten minutes were allowed to solve as
many as possible.
The grade stores will be given in a
later issue.
RENECKY SELIS THE FAMOUS
3USTER BROWN SHOES FOR THU
CHILDREN.
WINS FREE SCHOLARSHIP TO THE
JESUITS COLLEGE.
Algiers may again boast of produc
ing another successful pupil from Mc
Donogh No. 4 school. Master Robert
Kennedy was the successful competi
tor in the "free for all" contest opened
by the Jesuit high school. Through
his splendid showing young Kennedy
will be one of the five lucky individu
als to receive a scholarship to the
Jesuits High School. This means four
years of high school free of tuition.
and it is a high honor. This is the
third time that boys from McDonogh
(Crayrlgh'. bv cLlcluro Syndicat.)
THE OLDRELIABL
BRING BUSINESS HREH
REPAIR WORK TO THE VALUE OF
$50,000 BROUGHT HERE IN THE
LAST FEW MONTHS JOHNSON
IRON WORKS BIG HUSTLERS.
A fet ulhls' a. \i. H.1,'ii ti" ". ,i I
mlness wa- hrlrald. t !hat Ith. .,ohnsoni,
Iron Work- would iirl . the.ir .n'itr
establi.s.ho -tt to \I-:i.'r. tlanty .` us
did lnot apttire. |,t, the" n h sitt.!. of
thi< indu..tr.. but -;n" " thit+, ha.. ,ui
up the. tiu est reiair ',iois, itn 1h,. il\
( lloir sid. o tht' i li ' r i l t,, ta'" . a" '.
to re-pair ill+ hi i tl:;t ,I t. ! T, 1 1,
pII I , a t " b, 'Uit, tot ý.'+' th Lt l': ." , '',11 0,
Iron Works is a bil .i'r tlidu-'r fo'
our dlstrb t than a"t tir-t tha,'It_:ti
lilralt thl . ,; st f,.'+ ae,, k- the, 'id
works halt had ld." r.i-air t:i
.'. ata ncrs ..h ama t . .1tla! U-. i i lin' '
ston. Juanita. .'C.iIn . Sintattir Ptail.
and thli I laakon andl lh . ,tiita -hls
Astrakhan and ' ta en.irInt ar i' s!lt
ittll|er repair. M .s: if lh,. ' . : -
hace Ibetn bratuuht hre frtm +obile.
Ala. SaTute. Te.- and oitir port-., by
cotmnltetitie bidls I'or in-talln(,. th
Isteatier .\tlantus wa tak.en a ia trrnt
a big firm at lMobil. A.la.. arnd the
steamer Astralkhan was briought here
from Salilne. Tex. for repairs Hiioth
of tthese hut jobs etre the sue u.s of
comlpetition with Mobile an I N,.ew
York bidders.
11. 1). Stearns. the president of the
Johnson Iron W\ irks. stated that dur
ing the past few months- mlore than
$50,14104 worth of repairs have lbeen .
jcured fronm adjac'ent ports.
We trust that the Johlnson Iron
Works will keep up the good work and
we owe then our hearty co-operation.
No. 4 have won scholarships, the two
other boys being Thomas Kennair and
Leonard .\ubert.
While this is a compliment to the
boys who successfully reached this
coveted goal, it is also a recognition
of Miss Lizzie Kelly's ability. Many
of our young men today who hold re
sponsible positions are the product of
McDonogh No. 4. and received their
education and their training under the
tutorship of Miss Lizzie Kelly.
CROMBIE-KARR.
A pretty home wedding of the past
week was that of Miss Leona Karr and
George Gromble, which took place at
the home of the bride's mother in
Vallette street.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed, and under an arch of ferns and
daisies, the groom awaited the com
ing of the bride.
The bride, who wore a very pretty
gown, was attended by her sister, Miss
Edna Karr, and Francis Richardson
was the groom's best man.
The impressive ceremony was per
formed by Rev. LaMothe of St. Paul's
church.
Mr. and Mrs. ('romble will reside
with the bride's mother at 218 Vallette
street, where they will be pleased to
receive their many friends.
RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH
A LESS PROFIT. BUY TOUR
SHOES FROM HIM.
NAVAL WIRELESS WORKING
AGAIN.
For the first time in three days, mes
sages were sent out by the naval sta
tio-'s wireless Tuesuay afternoon It
took that time to repair the damage
done the twenty-five-foot aerial pole,
which was split in twain during the
heavy thunderstorm Saturday at noon.
The damage was comparatively trif
ling. though workmen found it hard to
repair the pole, due to its position on
top of. a tall smokestack. The streak
of lightning that did the damage was
a peculiar one, inasmuch as it allowed
the receiving of nm.ssages, thoutgh none
could be sent.
LITTLE WATER MEIION PARTY.
A water melon party was held at the
home of Mrs. Desmond on S-guin
street on Tuesday evening by a crowd
of young folks who enjoyed themselves
as well as the water melon. The fol
lowing were present: Leona Feeney,
Our Great July
Linen Sale
Will Commence Monday Morning, July 6
, I .. . .: I' , ' :,
Chinese Grass Furniture
Hand-Made Summer Pieces at Special Clearance
Prices.
: , ........ 6 .7 5
• I ...I...: i .t 11.5 0
t. r, 7.75
'.. 8.00 I 7.50
Polished Cane Rockers
s l lI \. , I:. , il -., l )t t K I. .t. 1,t,',
,:t et, -;r. t. ,.. . . 3.75 : l,.k. r 7.00
, . - II \ II . ,,,ubleh ; I . I , i( I I I' . lb,,r. ,
a,.,,,-, at a. d ,ack.. 6.50 ,, t:,, a ,,,ck 7.75
D. H.Holmes Co.
Pars. New Yrk. LIMITED Et"ablished
Berlin, Lndon and Florence. April 2. 1942.
62JOSEPIH ULMER 620STREET
P: rN algers 391-W Contractor and Builder
S Going to Build or Repair? My bid will
save you $200 to $300- Plans, estimates
and specifications furnished free.
Eyes Examined Without Drops
An Optometrist i, one who presriihes and tits t;as.cs without the use of druts.
Optometry is not Iunded ,n medical science, lur on OPTICAL science.
A lens treats light, not isease.
We make accurate scientitic examinitatins of the eves without using "DROPS"
THE EYE GLASS SHOP, 145 Baronne St.
DR. DAVID C. WILUAMS. Optometrist. Rear entrance In front of Telane Theatre.
A Wedding Gift
Selec(ted here .lggests exclllsiveness arlld cleanl. i and hrte olur
taste in selection will reii\e full appreciation by the, riecipiit of
the gift.
Silverware will doubtless l h the family treasuiire in futiure earrs,
so get the good kind that never goets out of fashioni.
We suggest Tea Sets, ('offee Sets, Water Sets, Vases, ('andlle
sticks, Sandwich Trays. Bread Trays, lIowlr, Lemron Sets. Sugar and
('ream Sets, etc.. all of sterling silver.
Solid Silver 24-pece sets make valued gifts: 6 knives, i forks.
t; teaspoons and 6 tablesploons in case, pried at $411 up. ('hests of
Solid Silver, $3.i to $sT). Twenty-four-lpie·e sets of triple stctional
plate, $1i, Ul).
WHITE BROS.
JEWELERS-OPTICIANS
624 Canmel Street
STORE CLOSES 5 P. M., AND 1 P. M. SATURDAYS.
Excellent Piano Bargains This Week
If a usl piaino, will t'rv , y,,ur ,t urlpe for yiur .1 ,im:.r h,,i. ,r fr y,,l lI l
Idrl, ll'+ |pr.nlitt rolomill ". yoiur ru, hiit t hoirIIi tlll l on } , at e r, t, biy ,I r wt ,c.
t th - I yo viih o i'- 9 , -!- I a in I,,o k I .t th ill~,iI, u t i i l,
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Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
MASON & HAMLIN, COINOVER, ESTEY, KINGSBURY, IKOLER & CAMP
BELL PIANOS and the famous INNER-PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS and MUSIC.
WoN ons USED. Five Year Gold Filled
Eye Glasses 1 A
or Spectacles _ nOU
Reading or -
Distance
AT OPTICAL DEPARTMENT
) Brown's Drug Store,
929 CANAL SIREE1,
EXAMINATION FREE. Next Doer to Krese New s and lOc Store
N.,lia Boudreaux. Andres Gallagh.r
Rose. DIensond, May Desmond, Albert
SI;,iler, ('harles Terrebonne, Sanford
Almntr, Harold Almer, C:arnilite Gil
pert. Wilfred Boudreaux, Ned Whit
mlor'", 1iarion Schort, Mabol Cas.y
Grace Casey. Robert Talbot, Xavier
Talbot, Elma Goona, Mary Crowley
Flor( ii., M1.Cordl, Mary (illin, Ilu
ient!h \luntz, Rolrrt Mlartines.
DIorothy .Mort, Ilaroll Ilaley,
A,.ker and .lr. and M.rs. I-lmon
RENECKY IS 8ATIS
A LESS PROFIT.
SHOES FROM HIM.

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