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ItHlil. i iaindr wife, petition to homolorati aie Iaqudlation of Mittchell-Horne .on struction 11ion pay. petition to ip prove riniiw' al of lease. etc. Mrs. .Sade K. Maguire vs. Btlan.ihe 0. Finnegan. eti.., rule to icanele in sInriptiotn. tT. Succession of I'. P1. Iiltal . juig went putting heirs i possessoion. Ideal Savings and Homestead As roctatiio to JohI n I. Lewis. portion one arpent front on Missisaippi Rtiv er by 44 arpentsa deep. $4,500, terms. -Renaudin. Suc'ession of Mary A. ilennesse). judgment homologating account. Bertha II. Dill vs. William 1)111, judgment on habeas corpus. JOSEPH ULMER 620REET P"ONErs 391-w Contractor and Builder Going to Build or Repair? My bid will save you $200 to $300-Plans, estimates and specifications furnished free. ereMi.shd 188I S1.00 Depeests Wdcsea Commercial-Germania Trust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1I.,0000.00O 311 Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS ALL STREET CARS PASS THE DOORI 3 1-2% on Savings igorously good - and keenly delicious. Thirst-quenching and refreshing. The national beverage -and yours. D..md geie by Idl m.e THE COCA-COLA COMPANY MINNOW Allee Ca. .1 Csm.Csel. C@EEUATE.uII 'o R O O F I N G Stoves and Ranges B. V. REDMOND & SON, 314-4s1-1-3se Chartres st NEWl SU IT1 I, re la-, Itin. i,rayini for po - -e .,i< . 11 . . 11ah~necy. SON VEI:NTIN l. Me JitT/.AGEI.:s Mlrs. Laura I)assinger to Frank ii. Killi* ,.-, $340. 1 note. 1 year. h pe; 'e tLt. lots. lrelar,,r de. Olivier, Val lett, and P'elican .Tenoue.---Mahoney. Ilr .lark (). 'arrey to Interstate Trust and lan king 4 'omipany. $3,9S1.V. I note. 1 year. 1 per c.nlt, lot. 1e1r nalda. I elaronde. Segitll and i'eli ,iau .'vernul+. M1ahoney. I' t e 'I"a u l . t 'II.I:I "I'11IR i illl t l at ;t i'.,e tutl r iIl ithe .' ( i n(f'. ! 1 I Jolll 1'. lHo wt' andil ait.' sli, 1 -. e eip: . $11.3 :$:: ',,I 1 u.,,, j. I % 11 .1 I• 11i . --1 , 1 A. l ,} l l t l J+ - .\I 1 l, Tru* Loyalty. Jenkins, a newly wedded suburban its, kissed his wife goodby the other morning and. telling her he would be borne at 6 o'clock that evening, got into his auto and started for town. At 6 o'clock no hubby had appeared and the little wife began to get nerv ous. When the hour of midnight ar rired she could hear the suspense no longer, so she aroused her father and sent him off to the telegraph offce with six telegrams to as many brother Elks living in town, asking each if her hus band was stopping with him overnight. Morning drew near, and the frantic wife had received no Intelligence of the missing man. As dawn appeared a farm wagon, containing a farmer and the derelict husband drove up to the house, while behind the wagon trailed the broken down auto. Almost simul taneously came a messenger boy with an answer to one of the telegrams, fol lowed at intervals by five others. All of them read. Yea. John is spending the night witN ms - Lippincott's. Sincerity. The greatest work has always gone hand in hand with the most fervent moral purIpose.- Sidney Lanier. Wash In The Ocean! OCEAN LAUNDRY Phone Algiers 279 338 Morga St. Patremise a Hea. Industry Strength of an klephant. It is said that a full grown elephant is strong enough to carry three toa on its back. FEROCIOUS DOGFISH. Thee* Ravenous, Sharklike Gluttews Would Eat a Man Alive. "'N' be said. 'My God. Frank, shoot me quick. shoot me quic'k-th' dogs are eatin' me alive!' "I hauled up my shotgun. "'n' I pulled back th' hammers, but I couldn't do It though I warn't more'n tten feet frum him 'n' could her blown his whole head off. I don't T'l're th" Lord would her called thet murder either. "I gasped for air 'n' dropped my gun on th' seat. 'n' then I looked at Charlle again. 'n' It was all over-jest a dark red in th' water "n' a hundred ugly snouts 'n' shinin rows ,of tteeth jest gleanmin' 'n' seur in' tha1r in Ith' gray Sof tha:it Octotr a.fternoton " it was Frnlk f leln. :s l tisherlnall of IRocklaltd. Mle. whuo sloke. lit, was telling a little group .i f oil.skin iclad tishermenl-rl a thout a tr:mgt-ily of 1..%, when he and Charles F-'reemlan sailed out of Tenantlls II:lrlor. Me.. ,one Oc toltber morning (Jlell-rn brouglllht the lit tie sltloop A.ilillie till'k th e next morn ing aulone Freeman;ll had fzillenl ov'e ~oard il the midst of a school of dog fish, which ha;id eaten him alive vbfore the eye's ,f hiis hS'elpless tcomparnioni They et-re ºcound for the fishing grounds otff MaItinious island Free miln had taken a:long ia shotgunl When live miles from Criehaven a bunch of coots. flying low. came skimming along. Freeman fired into them. and three or four dropped. The Alpine was brought up into the wind. and with her main sail and jib flapping the gunner jump ed into the dory and started to pick up his game. There was a shout, a splish. and Freeman was struggling in the water. In reaching over the- side of the dory he had lost his hallinee and fallen into the choppy sea In it moment the hun gry. sharkishl dclos were after him. The opening paragraph tells all there is to tell Many stories are related to show the ferocity of the doltish. it was not more than half a dozen years ago that two New York yachtsmen were lolling along in a sloop yacht In Penobscot bay one July afternoon One of the yachtsmen. a physhici'un named Bow ker. decided to take a plunge. He stripped and dived off the bow of the sloop. Intentding to, pull himself into the tender trailing behInd as it passed him. He had sa-sreely bit the water before he let out a yell He just man aged to catch the gaunwale of the row boat when his companion reac'hed him and bauled hinm in Three ugly wounds showed in his legs where the voracious dogfish bad hitten out chunks. He was taken into ltoc.kland. where a phy sician treated him for several weeks before he was out of danger.-New York Sun. Chemistry and Truth. Dr. Benjamin E Smith. the noted lexicographer. once made an autobi ographical statement which may inter est advocates of scientific education. says the Manbhester Guardlan. Some one had asked his opinion about the best methods of teachlng truthfulness to children. "Frankly." he replied. "I know I told the truth as a child purely from a desire to please my mother, as I would have carried out any other course of action on whicb she insisted Rut I never saw any other reason for doing it until as a lad I worked in a chemictal laboratory Then I realized tllhat llothing that was said made the slightestl difference to the elemental fact. alnd I bIellere I have loathed exagg raltioin and falsehood ever since." Cost of a Boat Race. A writer In Balley's Magazine of England has been figulring on the cost of the annual boat race between Ox ford and Cambridge and says the ex pense to eatch Clrew may be approxi mately esfimated at $3.000 for eachb. He then says that as the tcontest rare ly takes more than twenty minutes the cost works out at about $3U0 per minute. or about $S every time the oars dip into the water. T'he cost of the boats is placed at $250 and the oars at $70, the rest of the money going for preparation from October until the day of the race. Sunday In Helgoland. The Sabbath begins in Helgoland at 6 o'clock on Saturday evening. when the church bells amre rung, and ceases on the following day at the same hour. At one time no revel was permitted to leave the port during the Sabbath. Prematurely Aged. Conductor-Madam. that child looks older than three years. Mother--Tes. Indeed he does. conductor. That child has had a lot of trouble.-Everybody's. Sincerity-a deep. genuinle sincerity Is the first characteristle of all men in any way heroic. OPPORTUNITY. To improve the golden moment of oppor~mity and catch the good that is within ow reach is the peat mt dof li~--Samuel Johnson. Intellectual. A story oomes from a nearby city and is not Intended as an offense to the literary sentiment of that city, but nevertheless it is a fact The other day a shopper went into a bookstore and asked ror a certain concise edli tion of Shakespeare's plays. "Plays?"' querled the young man in telligently "Don't you mean workst "No." said the shopper, "I1 mean plays." "That's funny." said the young man. "I thought Shakespeare wrote nothing but works."-lndianapolls News. THE POOR MAN'S BANK which will loan money to the class of people who require only small loans, is now being organized and will be incorporated as the INDUSTRIAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY with a Capital Stock of One Hundred Thousand Dollars and a Sur plus of FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. In order that the ordinary working man and the small business man may own shares in an institution that they expect to patronize, the price of the shares of stock WILL BE $15.00 Per Share Payable as follows: Ten per cent down on subscribing, to be placed to the credit of the Surplus Fund and 40 per cent on call when the full sum of $150,000.00 of Capital and Surplus has been subscribed and 50% thirty days thereafter. The "Money Lenders" and "Loan Sharks." This Bank recently organized has for its prime object the relief of the small merchants, dealers, manufacturers, etc., whose banking facilities are based only on their ability to prove their worth and merit as a basis for credit. In this line the Bank expects to derive large benefits and besides assisting in the develop-ment of the struggling business man. In the Industrial Department loans will be made to the salaried men and women and wage earners of all classes. It is a well establlished fact that in every large city there is a community of professional Money Lenders, Usurers or Money Sharks: they also are a constant menace to Society and whose rapacious greed is the everlasting damnation of those who become their prey. Not only are they a cancerous growth of the body politic of all communities but they are the meanest lot of license dodgers to be found anywhere in creation. The Security for Loans The method to be adopted is extremely simple and due to this fact some people may think it impossible, but experience has demonstrated that when an employee stands well with his employer, he also stands well with his fellow employee. It will be necessary for the applicant to answer certain questions; and describe to what purpose the loan is to be applied; two endorsers, who must be his fellow employees, and with such other data as may be required of him, the prospective applicant having estab lished a just and definite reason for the loan, it will be made, and he shall be required to sign a form of note as will also his two endorsers, giving him the privilege of returning the amount in forty weekly installments, and 8 per cent. per annum discount will be charged, his only asset, therefore, is his character, and honesty to meet his obligations, not only to the Bank but to his endorsers, and it will be seen at once that this phase of banking is based on the fundamental assumption that the weekly en velope of the working man and his honesty to meet his payments is a dependable security. This is not a charity-it is a sound business proposition, . Following is a partial list of the directors and officers already selected, the remaining eight to be chosen later: DONELSON CAFFERY, President, of Caffery, Quintero & JOSEPH FROMHERZ, of Fromherz & Drennen, General Brumby, Attorneys at Law. Contractors. GEORGE C. LAFAYE, Cashier,, Late Paying Teller, Canal- L. C. DE LEON, Pres. Ind. Master Plumbers Ass'n. La. Bank & Trust Co. BENJAMIN COMMONS, Pres. Street Carmen's Union. HENRY J. LEDOUX, Sec. Acme Homestead Association. LOUIS HUFFT, Auctioneer and Real Estate. S. St. J. ESHLEMAN, of Stauffer-Eshleman & Co. CHARLES P. OZBURN, Mgr. Schwarzschild-Sulzberger Co. WALTER D. WELBORN, Real Estate and Insurance. W. P. FLOWER, Real Estate, Insurance. A. C. NORCROSS, Agt. Associated Bar Pilots. J. N. BREEN, Sec. Typographical Union No. x7. JOHN A. WOGAN, Asst. Treas. of United States. OTTOMAR EDLER, Sec. Brewery Workers' Union. D. MARCUSY, Pres. Central Trades and Labor Council. ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE, Contractors and Dealers Exchange Bldg., 86 Perdido Street. An Investment of $15 Per Share Now Means a Big Dividend Later On. Model Sheet Metal Works FRANK BRAAI, Prep. REPAIR WORK, GUTTER SPOUTING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING, SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTION. GAS STOVE REPAIRING OUR SPECIALTY. Phone Algiers 377 916-18 Teche Street Mecca Cafe 738 Gravier Street R. FINLEY, Prop. HIGHEST CLASS OF WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS AND BRANDIES Domestic and Imported Beers Quality goods for quality customers.