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Algerines at Law.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. F \~ rs. E. \\'lhitake.r to I nion Flom - t :tend U.\< I. . ' loT .. Oliver. Vallette. L ' i- n a a nldI \la r!:*t. $ ,w ,' t '.s h . -; l r ALGIERS PRISONER SAYS HE IS ESCAPED CONVICT. I in t., i .rrer.st of Jose Ia;;r ia. _I". a\ith no homn here, tliht police of Algiers, t,+ orlin . to (ar' as '. o , it O fessionl = I hate lanil'd behind the bar- a fughitie who ,'s ape'd from thet California State Ipnitentiar.. I arlia was arrested for t loitering i,y ('orploral G;e orge lihenuert and P'atrolman Charles Ilhyde in Eli ui ra street. If. Martinez, 417 Elmira t atelue. told thile pIolice that (;arcia ad nmitted to him that he had killed a Mexi'can in ('alifornia and that lie es- t capeld while srt ing a ten year- sen tence. lie said he on ly sertved six i Imonths of his, itime. NEGRO BLOCKS STATE HEALTH INSPECTORS. Alleged refusal on the part of S. C. Green, a negro ipharniacist and phyl si cian, of Algiers. to allow Inslpe tors I l'omroux and Fry of the lIouisiana State Board of Health to inspect his drug store. 1227 Tchlrhe street. Monday I afternoon, resulted in the filing of an t affidavit Tuesday morning in the Sec- E ond City Criminal Court against the t negro and his wife for interfering with a State officials while in discharge of i their duty. A capals was issued for the arrest of E Green and his wife. They will be ar- f raigned before Judge O'Donnell in the c Second City Criminal Court Wednes day. McDONO#GH No. 4 SCHOOL ROLL OF t HONOR. J +A-Ernest Dellucky. 6a-Noel Duvic. Elliot Hafkesbring, Ernest Ancoin, Tisdale Daniels, Mat thew Morse, Louis Laufer, Frank Hornosky, Albert Senner. 5a-Cleveland Duvic, Gaines Gilder, Ralph Gerrets, Joseph Hambacher. Lemley Hubener, Hart Schwarzenbach. 5B-Milton Acker, Hileas Brown, Hileass Adams, Andrew Buniff, Aulton Dauenhouer, Joseph Folse, John Kramme, Charles Leber, Archie Sin clair, Alvin Hoffman. 4A-Arthur Felsher, Otto Meder, John Pope, Lucien Forsythe, Carl Hat field, Lea Acker, Leonce Andre, Em mett Schwaner. Scholarship-Ray mond Heuer. 4B-Joseph Gast, Melbourne Reed. Rene Oliver, Robert Bauer, Ralph Um bach, Wallace Marcour. Scholarship -James Comfort. Deportment- Mark Benner. 3A-Louls Cronan, Louis Acker, Emile Morthe, Roland Briel, Charles Healy, Albert Newberry, Frank Silva. 3B-Jullus Gillich, Alvin Covell, Lee Wilson, William Smith. 2A-Sidney Andre. John Curren, Louis Broussard, George Zatarain, San ford Wilmore. James Stephenson. 2B- Elmo Voegtlin, Malcolm Schwarzenbach, Nathan Forrest, Eth elbert Legarde, Stello Cronan, Julian ' Humphrey, Charles Gerrets, Maydrelle MeNeely. Walter Smith, Albert Reaney. IA-E. Schroder, J. Ranch, Wm. Ose. Russell Hogan, Nolan Richard, Jacob Hansen. Walter Lahusen, Frank Lawson, John Hunter, Hart Callow, Guy Ponti, Robert Serpas, Curtis Hyae , William Burke, Victor Cleutat,' Bermard Covell, Abram Daigle, Louis DMterleh, Joseph Ellis, Wm. PFlans SFred Hambacher, David Johnson, RI Jones, Roland Meyers, Harold Treadway, Robert Wilson, Avon Vin- I son, Bernard Wilson. IB-Harry Bodenger, Gurden CO mus, Armand Delcasel, Elmer David son, Herman Grundmeyer, Thomas Hendrleks, James Louis Higgins, Louis Hubener, Clyde Johnston, Ledden Ho gan. Frederick Laughlin, Melvin Mon rol, Wmin. Sullivan, Leonard Pennison, Wills Rogers, Willis Wilcox. "Mornlng Exeicles." Monday'-"An Irish Mother's Heart" -Louis Laufer. "St Patrick's Day" -Matthew Morse. Tmesday-"Notes on Frlendship" Ambrose Hynes, William Solan, ,Behr man French, Vernon Durand. Wedaeeoday-"Notes on Kindness" OGatner Gilder, LIemle Hubener, Marlon Ryan. b Thuarday-"A Sermon in Rhyme" 11, Adams, J. 8Bchwrseabach, C. Leber, Ap Iueahaser, J. Folse, A. Hoff~man, 11 K. bort,. F Mday-"Quotations on Trss"- A. dsher, O. 0 mder, L. Prsytha R. AA 're Dy"-Otto Meder. . aptan's Daughter"--R, Baluer. CARD OF THANKS.L i We, the undersgned, beg to extend k ar &tet gratitude to our frianda 7, fm' ind mealmlited us during the S Ilrgs of oar betoed brother and rde, James N. Canalghaam. We itend special thanks to Reverend lher Thoem Larkln, Sster . Xavrker, the Sissters Kasaltem of Holy Cres, Dr. R. L. Ale. H. Thormlag and E, J. Mothe. - MIae-iumAnft~sa. a.d Nephe TSYY' CAFE "'"g F r.4 Ethel ('. WVhitaker. same property, $8001) t,,rms.--(;urley. Frank ('. I )u ic to ('has. A. llrodt man. lot. l.axer-ne. Vilere, I )elaronde and Hll-rmulla. $::."25i ash. - luin phlreys. EASTER MONDAY DANCE. Big Time in Pythian Hall, Monday April 5th. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the .\ hannbra (;yinnasti- ('lub will give a very popular dance at Pythian Ilall Monday night. April :,th. This being r the first respite after the Lenten t season no doubt those who enjoy the fantastic art will look forward to Sthis occasion with considerable pleas ore Rtefreshments are going to be Sser ed during the evening and one of the best bands in the city has been engaged for the occasion. The danc ing will begin promptly at eight o'clock and will continue 'till one. AFTER THE COWS AND HORSES. There will be an interesting meet ing of the Fifth IDistrict ('ivic League Monday night, at which time the 'League will take up the question of ( cattle and horses roaming at large. SMrs. liuekins, the president of the League, stated that a petition or let 1 ter would be sent to Mayor Behrman and Supt. Rleynolds asking that the nuisance be abated so as to encour I age the women in our District in tak f ing up a new idea that has been start ed in the city, namely the residents f along the street each planting dif ferent kinds of flowers in their gar dens. In again making this request of our officials regarding the unlawful roam ing of cattle, it will be another effort to protect the new trees that have just been planted on Verret street and Pelican avenue, as well as those on Teche street. In this laudable work the Fifth District Civic 'League will have the support of every public spirited citizen in our town. GOOD BOUTS. Even forty rounds of as fast and interesting boxing as has been seen at one show in many months did not furn ish the feature at the Dauphine Thea ter last night, a little side stuff being Inserted to make things more inter esting. Bobble Reynolds of ;Philadelphia, proved too clever for Ernest Lucien, and though Lucien put up a game and desperate battle, lost the decision. This scrap was the wind-up and furn ished some good millings. Jimmy Ward, another Algerian, fared better than did his fellow towns man Lucien, for he was returned win ner over Battling Levinsky Harris in the ten-round semi windup. This scrap was featured by Harris' great gameness and by the hammer-and tongs manner in which both boys went at it from bell to bell. And now for that part of the pro gram which wasn't included on the posters advertising the fight. The scrap was such a grelling affair that a strong feeling of partisianship was created among the fans, Harris, on taccount of the fact that he was knocked down twvice in the eirly rounds and was fighting an unhill bat t'e, attracting a larger following. Sammy Goldman, referee, was hav ing his hands full officiating, for Har ris was doing a lot of holding, while Ward was inclined to hook his left hand around the battler's neck and bang away wit the right. It was along about the eighth round when Sammy Jamped in to jerk Ward's left from its hold on Harris' neck when one of the Algier's lad's staunch supporters up in the gallery let fly at Goldman with the shade of an elec tric light. His aim was Inaccurate, for he misses Goldman, but the shade fell heavily in the ring and created quite a disturbance. Goldman waited until the end of the scrap and then rushed up into the section from whence the missle had come. He issued a ringing challenge to the person who had thrown it, but said person refused to uncover himself. Then Promoter Lew Rose announced that he would give $25 to the St. Al phonsus Orphan Asylum if the identi ty of the culprit was made known. Towards the end of the show, two boys pointed out the fellow who threw the shade and he was taken to Jail. His name is Robert Malloy and he lives at St. Peter and Royal streets. The youths who uncovered him were presented with season tickes to Lew Rose's figthts. Austria's Day of Defeat. At the battle of Magenta in 1859 due. nlag the Italian war, the French and Baulntans defeated the Austrians at a less to the latter of 10,000 in killed and '1,000 In prisoners, while the allies oely lost 4,000. For this victory the Prench marshal. MacMahon. was created duke of Magenta by the om. peror Loals Napoten. To Remove ledine Stains. To remove tincture of iodine stains oa rour skla or clothing strOag am moala water is excellest. _____ .___ Inexpensive -- Brings Quick Results -- Effective Give a trial for Articles lost, Houses For Rent or Sale, Household Articles for Sale, Special Notices, Etc., Advertise your Business. Minimum charges for single insertions 25 cents, better prices for the month and special rates for con tracts of 6 and 12 months. ONE CANDY WINNER. Mliss Thelma (:aard of 241 Oliter street is the only one to be awarded a box of candy this week, she being the only young lady having sent in a correct answer. Some twenty odd replies were received with the nioti fication that there were no misspelled words in the classified columns of our paper: many others sent in differ -ent words as being misspelled which, if they will look up the distionary, they will find are properly spelled in The lerald. The misspelled word last week ap peared in the advertisement of C. Bennett Moore, the Photographer, and the misspelled word was '"en ables" the second letter in the word _ being an "r" in stead of an "n." In this week's contest we will try to make it more easy and will endeav or to select a word that will be readily found. RULES TO GOVERN CONTEST All. ANSWERS MUST RIE SENT IN NO I LATER TITAN FRIlDAY EVENING. YOUR ANSWER Mt ST BE ON A CARI) OF PIECE OF PAPER NOT LARGER THAN SAN ORDIINARY POST CARD AND YOU SIIOI'L. WRITE ON TilE CARD AS - FOLLOWS ONLY: FIRST YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS. SECOIND, THlE MISSPELLED WO)RD. 'TIIRD. TIHE NAME OF THE ADVERTIS MENT IN WHICHI( IT APPEARED. TILE MISSPELLED WORD CONTEST APPLIES ONLY TO OUR CLASSIFIED COLUMNS AT PRESENT ON PAGE 8 ALL CORRECT ANSWERS ARE I)EPOSITED IN A BOX AND THE FIRST THREE DRAWN OUT ARE AWARDED TIHE PRIZES IN THE ORDER IN WHICIH THEY ARE DRAWN. ATTORNEYS Phone M-2732 Notary in Office. JOSE A. MORALES, Law yer, Room 9 Illcks Bldg. 316 Baronne N. O. La. 3-24- 16 L. DE POORTER, Attorney at Law 910 Ilibernia Bank Bldg. Phone Main 2235 3-24.16 DIVORCES Accidents, bankruptcies, successions and real estate. All cases handled promptly. Address P'. O. Box 689. 3-24-16 Her Specialty. I t Booker, the Agent-I suppose you'll Iave your wife for your partner in tlhis sketch. Mugger-She can't do It. Every time we get together she does nothing but a moologue.-Chicago News. His Neetalgia. "Are you married, my man?' s lad7 asked a sailor. "Yes. indeed. mum: married and fonr teen children." "Poor fellow! Travellnl about like - this! And don't rou ever get home sicky' "O)nly when I'm home. maum"--Phil adeiphla Pres. Their Days of Comfort. We have come to the belief that the happlest ones In the world are those who, having experienced wealth and the intolerable bother of keeping to a certain standard of fasuhion and high living, lose their money and are then able thoroughly to enjoy the ease and eomfort of poverty and privation. RENECKY 1i SATISFIED WITH( t LE88 PROFIT. BUY YOUR SHOES PROM HIM. Easter Flowers Caete . SI.00ee des. ,eeter fie 3.90 des. Frank J, Reyes & Co, LEON FURST Sanitary Balkery & Confetionery imass e e e.,msse 's I-OIl SALE r ,tAi;)NS lOF AI.I KINI)DS. MII.K. It E. surrey., lt ,t t ,tlu r ,,icu-c T. It-ht lt I. n g stanilitt p,,le anrid lrsade St 5 --1 l5 a -i;wriT- I I' ,,R SIGNS tl DIETZ SIGN SHOP M.ain 41, 71; UNION ST. d - - - -- -- - IIl;IIEST pries pail for old gold, silver f and pltatI rtlui. Josi Ii)w n, ,11) IliurloUn street. I- .'7-It On vuar wav home J. It. Mt INTEVERDE F:RUITS d llc (anal St., ,Corner Wells near L. & N. R R. lepot- -iirtterly at ('arndelet and Canal Sts. Open day and night. Phone Main 2.)31. 2-24-16 ACHILLE J. B. SIMON 35 Years Experience r, Permalclnent Photos lHomne Portraiture C(rayons. Copying and Viewing a Specialty. 631 (anal St. New Orleans. 5-20.15 Have you satisfied youlr sweet tooth with GREEN'S PERFECT CAKES? A big cake for 10 cents. Ask your grocer if Y he has it. If not. why not. S GREEN CAKE CO., 715 St. Peter St. 5-20.15 New cut-under storm buggy, new 6 and 8 bar rel wagons in stock, O new wagons and auto F bodies built to order, N few seclnd hand bug gles and wagons on hand. S Brede's Wagon Factory, 416-420 Girod. 3-.25 Ilouse, 214 Delaronde St., for sale, either D tfurnshed or unfurnished. Apply 214 Delaronde LSt 12-30-15 WIHEN .tyou want bargains in good first Eclass second-hand made-over automobiles, see (;us Revol, 701 Baronne St. 6-10-15 WE SELL THE BEST SHOES. - THAT IS WHY WE HAVE A BIG TRADE-RENECKY SHOE STORE. e VE(ETABLE PLANTS READY NOW. Tomatoes at $5 per thousand; sweet peppers. $6 per thousand, and egg plants $7 per thousand delivered. Satisfaction guaranteed. . CIlRIS REUTER, NEW ORLEANS. LA. Apr. 1-15 TWO FINE BUILDING LOTS CORNER OF SUMNER AND HOMER STREETS, 16 SIZE ABOUT 64x150 FEET, ACROSS STREET FROM LAUMAN RESIDENCE sI RECENTLY BURNED. WILL SELL FOR 16 $00.0o IF SALE CAN BE MADE IN 30 DAYS. ADDRESS 1511 LEVIN ST., ALEX ANDRIA, LA., OR 500 VERRET ST. Ask your grocer for WOLVERINE SOAP P. J. SBISA, Sole Agt., Ilem. 9248 5-20 TYPEWRITER, Smith Premier, 10.00. In good condition, apply to 500 Verret St., tf. ROOMS TO RENT. NEW CENTRAL HOTEL, Carondelet and Julia-Rooms $2.00 week up. 1-20-16 NICELY FURNISIIED ROOMS. FOR gentlemen, hot bath, and telephone, Apply 635 Carondelet. Jan. 13.16 1011 ST. CHARLES. TIlE IEE HOUSE keeping, $2 a week up, lodgings, 25c. to $1.00 day or week. Table board. Jan. 13-16 835 BARONNE ST. Single and double rooms. Also housekeeping rooms. Modern conven 1 ience, Walking distance from Canal St. Apr. 8 S ROYAL HOUSE, 531 ROYAL. NEATLY furnished rooms, modern, transients so. licited. Apr. 8. SANITARY ROOMS FOR RENT. 313 Belleville Street. 1-7-16 SPECIAL NOTICE MR. BUSINESS MAN Doctor or lawyer, you no doubt, need an extra stenographer to do some additional work for you, when your stenographer is very busily engaged on their regular work. If you will look down this list, you will find some very competent help. The Telephone will put you in touch with them. STELLA SCHATZ & COMPANY, Public stenographers. Envelopes addressed. Multi. graph letters cheaper than printed. u.7 Whit ney-Central Bank Building, phone 2769 Main. 4-22-IS15 MISS M. PICHETTO, Expert Stenographer and Multigraph work, law, notarial rad commercial work. 223 Hen nen Bldg., plane Main 3845. Apr. IS F CALL MAIN 3119 MISS M. M. HENSONE Shorthand reporter, commercial works type writing and multiqraphing. Quick serc and -_correct prices, 608 Liverpool London & Globe IN'VESTMENTS. WE can invest your savings and pay you 7 per cent. RELIANCE HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION, I Liverpool, London & Globe Building 9-23-15 I WANTED TO PURCHASE HIGHEST prices paid for old build Wrecking . ngs. Samuel House 827, Toulouse. Hemlock 181 9-9-15 II USNES PERmSONAL Beautify Your Garden GERANIUMS, 10 cents; Verbenas, S cents; Camphor Trees., 25 cents up. Plants for window boxes. Rose bushes, 25 cents up. We carry a complete assortment of all kinds of plants at most reasonable prices. Call or write ARELE BROS. Florists, Joseph and Laurel Sts. Phone Uptown 1476 4-15-1S QUICK ACTION'--PROMPT REMITTANCE-INTELLIGENT SERVICE COLLECTIONS EVERYWHERE UNIVERSAL MERCANTILE AGENCY 607 Whitney-Central Bldg. Phote Main 4159 EYE GLASSES r SPECTACLES Fielasd tao Yer E es DR. J. J. KING 9Casl Street, with L rw DrC Ca GRIMALDI & CO., dealers in a.r n, et ters aboan 11d a -PCUI, L S 2 . ntheI A])rt -.'ta:n .n , tttt Au ,i . i)IcT OU IIi, I '1mo (' A( P e tInT.l' .u tt , t Il,, 44 ' L t , ,,,l .: 1 1. t tl'. , \l,'t 4M. nMR AI ISTIN JAMEI." IME., lR. PI nic'E A cE,ut tttI a An.( 'uhTAr ltce A8.2 t .rnlmn ISt. '1ih1ne Main 1214. b-24-15 IIM. FAR IA & SITNS t'ertitted i ,tIltt Accuntant. A MODIERN SYSTEM A tile,, Anti . T l. ' ll. Tapiauble lU t~, deter i4n': 1yo r ,rlit acc. rately. C tr ' hy itt let the in.stall o tne I al- , keep s nail sets of EMILE I. DEMARE 1iI('ENSED PI'BILII(' %('('OL'NT0. NT 441-3 Atudubhone hlg. hmlocl Main 245. Algiers Reterenceh Mr. w'. Rtl and Dr. Kraft AWNINGS, SAILS, ET('. SEARIN . FAOPA'RIA & SONS Sail A ings Tents, Tarpaulins Flags, etc. Sand ets. Theatrical Work a Spcialt Near French Market New Orleans, L.a. 9-16-15 SPEARING & COMPANY, (Establish 1817) SAIL MAKERS, Awnings Flags, Tarpau lins and Tents. Theatrical Work a Specialty Sumiberland P'hone, Main 3891. Corner Ca nal and Tchoupitoulas Sts. New Orleans, La. 12-30-15. BAKERIES. HIENRY NIKLAUS. Bakery. ('or. Opelousas Avenue and Vallette Street. dec 30 1915 BILLIARD HALIS. CRESCENT BILLIARD HALL, J. H. Bur teon. l'roprietor. St. Charles, corner Canal Sts. Main 2183. dec 23 15 STAG BILLIARD PARLOR, corner Canal and Burgundy streets. Billiards and Pool, 30c per hour, or 2,% cents per cue. dec 23 15 BOARDING HOUSES. MRS. W. E. SCHABEL BOARD AND ROOMS 505 PATTERSON ST. Next to Commercial Germania Bank. 12-30-15. MRS. J. W. GAHN ROOMS AND BOARD 819 TECHE STREET Opposite Market Theatre. 12-30-15 BOWLING ALLEY. SCHIUTTEN'S BOWLING ALLEY. Oysters. Pool room, Bowling Alley & Hotel, 419-423 St. Charles, Opposite Orpheum. 1-7-16 BUTCHERS. ANDREW KERSTENS, DEALER IN CHOICE BEEF, VEAL, PORK. MUTTON, SAUSAGE, ETC. STALL IN FOTO MAR KET. dec 23 15 FRANK LECOURT, dealer in Choice Beef, Veal, Pork, Mutton, Sausages, etc. Stalls in Foto Market. dec 30, 1915 ERNEST LUCIEN, dealer in Choice Meats. Fote Market. dec 30 1915 CHIROPODIST AND MASSEUR YOUR FEET Safe, sanitary, scientific treatment of foot disorders. Dr. A. E. lHaywood, Room 11, Mc. Closkey Bldg, 320 St. Charles. 9-9-15 CISTERNS. CISTERNS bought, sold. Sauel House Wrecking Co., 827 Toulouse. lHem. 181 9.9.15 P. J. LARIS. Cistern Manufacturirng-Clear, dry cypress, galvanized Iron hoops. 1412.14 S. Franklin. Jackson 688. dec 1-ly WRITE us for prices on second-hand re. built cisterns. We save you big money. UNION CISTERN AND SUPPLY CO., 3722 Tulane Avenue. dec 30, 1915 CONTRACTORS. CARPENTER AND JOBBER Rat Roofing Also Done. G. M. STURM, 1420 Sixth Street Apr 1 C. MURPHY CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Reinforced Concrete Work a Specialty 306 Hennen Building Phone Main 1423 New Orleans, La. 2-11-16 FRANK H. KILLEEN. --C ONTRACTO R BUILDER, 501 BELLEVILLE STREET. Phone, Algiers 408. Dec. 30-15 HUGH O'KEEFFE, CONTRACTOR BUILDER 436 Pacific Ave. Phone, Algiers 569. 1-27-16 HY. WALTHER, Successor to O. Walther, Contractor. 704 Hennen Blds., New Orleans. Phone Main 2521. dec 23 15 FUR]NITURE SORAGE 2 PHILIP SCHICK, Phone Uptown 16--Fur.d niture transferre stored, packed, crated and shipped. Tallyho vans for private parties. Fur niture repaired, cleaned, varnished; all kinds hauling. 2614 Annunciation street. 6-1015i COUPONS BOUGHT. CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO COUPONS, 40c PER 100. GEO MOROY, 22n0 MAGAZINE. Dec. 30., 1915 DENTISTB. DR. O. J. TRAPPEY, DENTIST. Office Commercial Germania Building, 501 Patterson Street, Algiers Residence 1814 St. Charles St. Phone Jackson 534 12-30-15 DRIE8 MAKINO. I MISS BLANCHE CLAIRTEAUX Frenda ModsNt Terms Reaonash' Phone Jackson 180 W 90 Jackseon Ave. July 16-15 DRUGS. GO TO GO'S ( And you will find a complete line of fresh dirnt, toilet article, rubbher goods, stationery - and candies. This is a slogan every one is_" using for many squares around We fill pre scriptions at a reasonable rie. L P. GOUAUX. PHONE ALGIERS 9120 PELICAN AVE. AND BELLEVILLE ST. 3-25-15 THE NEXT TIME You need anything in the drug line call and see me. We guarantee our prices ean't be beat elsewhere. CENTRAL DRUG STORE FRANK N. CALLAGRAN, PROP. Phone Algiers 9122 Pelican and Olivier "I-p __'= L m -ni s .ac" m-- I)RY GOOI)S. Establishhd 1877 IO IS (G. \ IlIIERT, F. M. \Veh rt, DRY lr;i.l)S EMI'ORII'M Corner Val!ette andi Alix St.. Agent for Itutterthk Patterns. 1-2-16 MISS A. RO('SSEL. DRY G;rOIDS AND NOTIONS 1AJ SEGUIN ST. Dec. 16. 1915 IIENRY S. WEIIERT, Dry Goods, Notions and School Supplies. Ladies' and Gents' Fur nithings. ( orner ielleville Street and Sih dell Avenue. Phone, Algiers 415. dec 23 IS EDUCATIONAL. t SEWIN(; TAI(;II'-Make your own gowns while learning; day an:d ni ght classes. 1524 Itaron e St. Pihone Jackson 1538 W. 5.13.15 OUR schoolrooms have been remodeled and can accomnrlodate a few mlore students In English. bookkeeping. shorthand (any system), typewriting, mechanical drawing, penmanship, cartnnnig. Spa.nsh telegraph, etc.; easy terms; day and night; positions secured. Reaser School, (13 (anal street. 12-1-15 FLOWERS SIMRS. F. GR LAZ, Florist. Cor. Carondelet St. and Washington Ave. I'hone Jackson 844 6-3-15 hemlock 786, 1940. R. GEORGER, FLORAL ARTIST (Successor to Schindler & Co.) Our Specialties: Wedding Bouquets. Funeral Designs, Floral Work of All Kinds, House and (ihurch Decorations. 825 DECATUR STREET New Orleans, La. Dec. 16, 1915 GROCERIES MRS. C. MIDDLETON Fancy Grocery and Feed Store i All Kinds of Grain, Meal, Hlay and Feeds a Specialty. McDonoghville 6-10-15 GROCERIES. YOU MAY FIND a misspelled word in our ad, but we never misrepresent goods sold you. YOU GET full weight-full count and just what you ask for.-LAFITTE'S GROCERY, Pelican and Seguin. Jan. 20-1916 ANDREW KRAUS S THE McDONOGHVILLE GROCER Perianider and Franklin Sts. We sell the Serv-us Goods with the Coupons. Come See Us. 1-20-16 WM. P. SALATHE, DEALER IN FAMILY and Fancy Groceries, Fine Wines and Liquors. Corner Bouny and Evelina Streets, Algiers, i La. dec 23 IS SILVER CITY GROCERY. PHILIP HAAG, Proprietor. COR. HOMER AND PACIFIC AVENUE. June 10, 1915 FRANK GUASTELLA'S GROCERY, 1039 DECATUR STREET. LIVE POULTRY, TURKEYS, GOBBLERS, HENS AND SPRING CHICKENS. FANCY GROCERIES AND FRUIT AT LOWEST PRICES. CALL TO SEE US. Dec. 16, 1915 HARDWARE. IF YOU CAN'T GET IT anywhere else, we can supply it. Every thing in llardware. G. PITARD'S SONS, 1031 Canal tf FELIX BORNE, JR., Mill, Plantation and Engineers' Supplies. Paints and Oils. 61-1 613 Patterson Street. Phone Algiers 395. dec 23 15 Fire Insurance QUICK SETTLEMENT Insure your house and furniture. Leave your money in your own treasury. Become a member in PROPERTY HOLDERS MUTUAL A. F. I. SOCIETY, Thos. W. Muller, Secty., Phone M 35452, 302 Godehaux bldg. 1-27-10 IRON SAFES. ASSORTED sizes, new and secondhand safes; safes opened, repaired, exchanged and moved--B. G. Hagatette Co., 214 Chstres street. Jan. 1.1-.16 MANICURING. MISS AGNESS LYON, MANICURIST. 701 INTERSTATE BANK BUILDING 4-15-IS MISS LOTTIE SCHIRMEE MANICURING AND HAI DRESSING PHONE M 21 615 Macheca Building, New Orleans, La. Jan. 1-2.16 MONEY TO WOAN MONEY IN 48 HOURS We can arrange for and complete Mortgage Loans on New rlcans property on short no tice. Funds available at all times. Investi gate. MEYER EISEMAN 216 Baronne St. Main 1048-1049. 4-15-15 MIDWIVmS MIDWIVR8. MRS F. BARUIER GRADUATE MIDWIjFE 1210 BARONNE STREET. PHONE JACKSON 9567. MRS I. RUSSELL, MIDWIFE, U Pacific Avenue. Corner of Eliza. dec 23 15 MRS. A. MANETTrA, MIDWIFE, 339 Ali Street, near Bermuda. dec 23 15 MRS. G SCHAEFER, Graduate Midwife. 10118 Verret street. dec 23 1S MRS. J. D. REYNOLDS 232 BERMUDfA STREET Phone Algiers 407. e 16, 1915 MRS. J. G. DUCHEIN, Graduate Midwife. O~ce ours, 1 to 2 p. m. 1134 Brooklyn Ave. Telephone. Algiers 113. de. 23 15 MILLINERY -- DAMU ., AT A I i r Prices t' )XD HAND F 'RNITicR r:lrre ... : Ed mover a..e 1r oc.e. s , e Phone. Ainlg.er h MONEY TOO ( i , ' i' -t)y ; lo w Int1 e , e . ... : 1.. Wel, 214 eri g h 'Carndelet street~ SEE I, ItORROW lRO Eay- Jr anweiry and R and jcwelrv. Establisd . 1!r lr: .erIuTYht LOAN t ho 4 S. .\.i'ARTi , sNgE l P'HOTOGIl , Retre school after aed church on Sunday, on ea " " days or any kind wealler wery tI wcrful ,ht ths~t give you the best werl city under most trying wi Beautiful work from $1 fa 10 per cent reduction t this ad. (. BENNEWTr jlgie Next tarssme m' PLUMSg C. A. sUTrrIsE Sanitary Plumbing and Gas Fitting, Sheet MetalW t 01 PACIFIC E AVeSE, PRESTG MODEIRV DYE 346 ELMIIRA Suits sponged and e card for 2c and you wi- Lk suits sponged and presue d" Phone Alc THE CHICA ing and Repairing neat) for and delivere. mad. 614 HENNEN 3L NEW I FOR BEST BARGAIV 3 consult N. J. Clesi. " Gravier St. RESTAU34Aji FRENCH RU 731R IBERVILLER Mine. B. Jacnet, Excellent home cooking. Tb 131 N. RaRpse t St. V Nerw sdam,14 MANHEATTAN The Most Modern and inc iete . 719 Common st reette p-e - Telephone Main 3W.. 1c.--We serve a in of Roast Beef V your drinL of Beer o COLUMBIA Corner Iberville and I EN-eYOU CAN G lT t COFFEE 5 CENTIW CHARLES STREET. 1M--w--- . DAUPHINE SLOGRAPHY A President; W. J. Supt.)m Slaorte d, erise keeping, Sp.nish, e, ROBTlasses. R Al The inds of ol Sen e rvice courses arenus, 'Pondence, Alie 4 Groceries. Wines ad Hemlock 1045. 101 YSTENOPRAPLY AI keeping, Sadnish. oel Spractical instre Oto. 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