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Algerines at Law.
ilL U;TPICT COURT.
RELA ESTATE TRANSFERS.
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tite jt. I".ti" ii utint titt Ia t iret. r. anti
M~rM. "t ri. Itejtert a I1:teti M r. nti Mr::
N4a'A IIr V. SISTI.1 ST. \ F IT L.r
matn airilav MiitM K 'tdolte Mary
I'e'rneetiI. the dlaug htar ot nMr. Oviae
V'crnettil.. eel III O)livir I tt reel, took
tir fir-i vlst ipt r the order (It the
Maison Blanche
Greatest Store South
Festivities at Home
When the young folks drop in, there is
nothing they enjoy more than dancing-if you
have a Columbia. When your older friends
visit you, there is no entertainment so delight
ful as music wonderfully rendered by a
Columbia.
If you are expecting a guest for the Car
nival season, or if you like to have the young
folks around your hearth, make a Grafonola
a member of your household. Dance to it,
sing with it, listen to it. It will he a never-end
ing source of happiness to you.
The Columbia
Grafonola
The Most Popular Of All Musical Instruments
The Most Complete Stock of Records in the
City.
Third Floor Easy Terms
SLATE
JUST RECEIVED
500 SQUARES OF NO. 1 JACKSON BLUE BANGOR
SLATE. GUARANTEED BEST IN THE MARKET.
SEE US FOR PRICES BEFORE PLACING YOUR
ORDER
BODENGER
157 DELARONDE ST.
TELEPHONES ALGIERS 48-196S
LIENS AND PRIVILEGES.
j . 2 rt
\' .\',l.:,, atl. , ,.in - t. dial-i , -
BUILDING PERMIT.
or . r: ,, rI !:,
rd i 11t '4 "'t . 1I. IltaLt,t. 1 I\rta,
I t w,, - . r l,ii :I - ,' hin " ,.r*.!ll ll m a
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'i  - V' ie a'lill i.r-t -luti Jd a.tt tii
1":"t u' - . d*' It .. " . Stephen ' par
i-h . \", c r . Iti , Iua ld the" at icrl
II1 Na,,, l ol l II. t:, nt .\agir-.i la.
II r. ih I r e l ,., l tl he iatttl il ati
'h" tpiritl.t dire-,'or and the --t.Iir
.1y i r ixii . i h. iha!ir,i her i,.ty csi
a, r -p Ilrl, L humility rilandi ric t rV.
tulll though -h1 " %a- etrployei l tior
onlle l tiIe at the ( 'umiilerlairl Tele
phii't (" ) C ito atlon long irtalrei oper
ator, thitere l t" hai r ono* day al
Ica(ll trout 1 i greater distane than ll
Srv.r and soon ihe gave iu her posi
i tto i.ith ther telephone ompanyl to
lwer thll * tall to a religious voca
tion. iHer time of proba tion,. -pent
in happi l fsi. ontiri l ef her superi
or-. that she had a real good strong
vocationl, al thle resuti was that last
Friday she pronouncedil her first
vow-. giving her the privilege of
Searing the w hit,e veil. Fr. ('as
s t'ne, all ohl fri,'nd of the family,
I'preached the setrlmon and he was
at his usual high standard. Review
ing in a few' well chosen words the
meaning of the religious life. he then
congratulated hlis younig friendl on
her choice, andl encouraged her to
perseverance and conlstancy in her
ipuii rpose
Mr. and Mrs. Verneuil are to lbe
conigrat.ulated on the success of their
daughter. for without doubt she will
y reflect credit on her family and the
P order she has -'hosen. for she seems
k to have all lithe qualities to make a
e good and devoted religious.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
RELIANCE HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION
At End of Period December 31st, 1915.
I \I
I \ \I I ' I 1 .
namedl saiul i arried by a ro-.-t I ie
the latoii.apie t,, tle photoiraphei. 'The
rocket. twently feet Lone and weihin;.
fifty lillndl. I- iimontted Ioin a s'-pri
support. t hich it raised to the de're
necessary mtil aimed by meaniiis if
sights. and the lectrically igtited pow
der charge carries the rocket t~ a
heliht of about 2.P0mM feet. As it turns
to fall, e.xpol:re is made by an electri
pneuinnitl shittter worked by a small
battery. Directly afterward a part
chute open-.i. holds the camlra thirty
feet above the rocket, and the whole
appartus falls gently to the grourl.
Very distiict pictures seven inches
square are obitained.
THE BUSINESS OF LIFE.
Our business is to make the most
of this great and beautiful experin
ment of living, to leave behind us
Bowers for beauty and fruit for use.
to make our life a harmony, our
ending a serenity and our awaking
an eternal joy.-Hobbs.
Peculiarities of Russian Winters.
There is one curious thing about ,
Russlan winter-In the latter part of
October or the beginning of November
the weather will be quite mild. Not a
sign can be seen of an approaching
change. when suddenly, without any
apparent warning, a light haze will be
seen in the northern sky. and in twen
ty-four hours the thermometer may
fall e50 degrees. The change is so sud
den and violent that travelers are fre
quently frozen to death tbefore they
can gain shelter. It has occurred that
farmer. out looking after their flocks
have been caugcht in one of these bliz
zards anl,. missing their way home,
have lost their lives, their bodies re
mainitng undier the snow until spring.
Hsall Caine's Moonshine.
Authors and artists who have be
come well known by means of making
the moon dance in the wrong houses
of heaven are numerous, but we never
expected Hall Caine to join the group.
Yet in e"The Scapegoat," chapter 23.
on Israel's return from prison after
evenfall. we find that "with a wave of
his hand he was gone into the dark
ness. It was a wonderful night. The
moon, whih was in its first quarter,
was still low in the east."
It was indeed a wonderful night. On
no other night since the creation has
the moon in its first quarter ever been
seen dallying in the east.-London Tel.
egraph.
Of Course.
'Struck a poor client today." ani the
I-wyer. "All he had to offer by it.I
'f a fee was a watch withourt II
works in it."
"I suppose you took the calot
Indge.
New Type of Prodigal.
nThe people in his home town said
ae.never could or would amount to any
"And now lie's rich. I presume he
went back anow paid off the mortgage
on the homne pinte or something of
that sort."
"No. The old home place wasn't
mortgaged. lie went balck ant d de
moralizedl his gii old pareits by geiv
ing them fa in ti p.ower aiwtovolmile
Now thley are tlh worst sln'ededrs in
towa.-Birr.trw awod Age-i-rni id.
You Would
entertain mwore it you
sould get onut ot the
S responsibility on pro
Sviding refreshnientz.
Why not Ieave tioe
catering to me?
Our servicert is verv
satisfactory, and the
charges are reason
Makers of
Cuaterl Ice CreIom Forw
Overu 30 Yoearo
-"And n M- 26.2rs9
THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS.
Inexpensive -- Brings Quick Results -- Effective
Give a trial for Articles lost. Houses For Rent or Sale, Household Articles for Sale, Special Notices. -,. Advert
your Business. Minimum charges for single insertions 25 cents, better prices for the month and sprci;l rates for cog
tracts of 6 and 12 months.
C3!.
lie- Y,ir siýt.r c'te [s to hatve a iwon
derful ,ititu tion.
Ste-- I, t.e. She l.,r: '1 !V. lshe e :lts
ev.erything hlie 'coos.-,Wi-Csinl State
Journal.
His Tutor.
Ethel - So she nmarried a "V'ho's
who ?"
Arthur- Ye-s. and is teaching him
what's what.-lExchange.
Resenting the Implication.
I.
dMr. Soolnllorre-.-hi. deatr. you're
worth your weight in goll.
Miss I'lunplei:,'h-You're perfectly
horrid to think I'm as fat as that.
Boston Globe.
She Might.
4.
He--And so you think women have
strength of mind. Do you believe. like
Caesar, woman has strength of mind
enough to refuse the crown?
She-I tlhink so. Of course she might
try it on to see how it looks.-Wiscon
sin State Journal.
Classifying Him.
*)
The Social Director-Is he a high
brow or a lowbrow?
The Musical Critic-Neither. He's a
sirt of rnezzbrow.-New York Globe.
Imitative.
0*
Barber--Now, my little man, how
would you like your hair cut?
Johnny - Just like papa's, with a
round hole at the top.-Phlladelphia
Record.
RULES TO GOVERN CONTEST
11 I. ANAS\L.KIR MtST lIE SENr IN NO'
I \I -R ll.N i II )AY EV E I-NIt,. YO lK
\N\ LR M$ rl HIE ºON A I ARI) OF
il. CI F" i'\i . N T I .ARt;ER TIHAN
\\ RiIN.\Rt 10'I) t'ARII ANDI YtL
.11 l I.) \\ RIILE UN TILE CARD AS.
I tI.' \\ W ILY
I I-I YtulE NAIME. AND ADDRESS.
S NI). I ilL MI-S 'E I.E \' kI 1.
1irIII . 1 IlE NA. Mt" lu THIE .\IDVERTIS
1I.NI IN W\Ill I 1i AI'l A IIAREIl.
IlI E MNi I-KI' . l \\F  ,)A Rlº C.ONTEST I
A.\'I IE ,N Nt LY l t) tii 'R t'LASS. \ IF IEl
,lL MN. A.i r\ 1 ' .S.N rt I'N PAt;E 8 At.l.
t IRL IT AN-\\ .iRS ARE E.I't)S[ IlEDl
IN A l-\X .AN\) THE FIRSI TlRiEE
IR.\\N )I l ARE AWARIEID TIlE
PRIZES IN TilIE RDIER IN VI LDili THEY
A\RE DRA\%N
MISSPELLED WORD.
ltn .c. t'S1S! rIl onesa l l t n 1 ."eCks r
.i-s;Ih'-ld Ivord ot'ort \wtoer it .rnice.
'erlrt1. l. Patterson street: Firank I
Ti:n,-trotn . :l t .\l:tlan r' .ite I '. iall '
Carnwt litt" E. Ith e .our:. ::19 Sldl ell ar ""
l.' :aci rINe r ive a box of .J;acob.)'
Sel.eral the"r \word:s were I * t in
ai ouis ;,,'llell. `,ut if th.' senders , h ill
c.ont ult the dii tionar% they will tinit
that the w ord.s are spelled tcorrtec'tly"
in The Ile.11id.
Lost
i : . !" 1 ..^. e i it' i , i t r ;t,. qV tr. al t.
\" , i, " t, Ii- e- t" , '' .1Ttrc, .t ti .1:1
eR Seale tut
t, t .:r. ewar t . returned to thrts o f te.
I ,AM PIN. Lost in EIlira avenue, be
-!?hver "reet an1 ,peluusas Ave. If
 EI y retUrn t.t Fi, terE . Ryan, 10t'
T _ IRE T reet. : . . receive rewar d.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
DAYS. ADDRESS 1511 LEVIN ST., ALEX.
I ANDRIA, LA., OR 500 VERRET ST.
Ity
SSpeci al Noticea
HELP WANTED
e)YS rwarntd. Apply Modern Dye Works,
1 ier S. tfster F. Ryan,
For Rent
Overwiling.
"Do you think she will ever marry
anybody?"
"Anybody."-Judge.
To SALng Chickens.
To sinae chiek,'ins hohl them oyer a
saurer of burning falcfohtol. It does not
elve soot oIl the tiesh.
ISUNSET I
IZ ABOUT T, ACROS
CITY TICKET OFFICE
DAYS. ADDRESSS C1511 rl S T., ALrt
PhSpecial Notice
IWUSINESE PEILRSONAL
EYE GLASSES
or SPECTACLES
Fitted to Your Eyes
DR. J. J. KING
929 Canal Street. with Brown Drug Co.: & a
GHK[IMALDI & (tI., dealers an fish, game,
turles. etc . orders re.eived day and night.
French Fish Mkt. 133. 2--10o
INVESTMENTS.
per cent. u
RELIANCE HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION,
Liverpool. London & Globe Building
AUI)ITORS, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Albert J. Derbes, Public accountant and
auditor. Office 401 Godchaux Bldg. Phone
t a in 464. 3-22-16
HENRY DASPIT. 1,
A MODERN SYSTEM
A modern system will enable you to deter
mine gour pronts accurately. Why not let
me install one? I also keep small sets of
books.
EMILE I. DAMARE
LICENSED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
401-3 Audubon Bldg. Phone Main 245.
Algiers References Mr. P. Rupp and Dr. Kraft
WOOD AND COAL
JOHIN KAPPLER. Dealer in Coal. Firewood
and Ice. Exl-ress to hire. 447 Elmira Avenue.
Phone Algiers 414-W. Dec 16, 1911
tI
)E('ORATORIS.
J. R. BONNEVAL
Costumer, Flags, Banners and Badges. 239 c
Ilourbon street, Telephone Main 4409.. Ballot s
boxes and ballot balls. Reversible badges
and buttons. 1-6-16 -
ATTORNEYS
Phones Main 200--2680
Hours 3 to 5 p. m.
EDWIN L MAHOIZY
Lawyer t
416 Godchaux Bldg. 25
7-7-16
Phone M-2732 Notary in Office.
JOSE A. MORALES,
Lawyer,
Room 9 Hicks Bldg.
316 Baronne N. 0. La.
324-16
L. DE POORTER.
Attorney at Law
910 Ilibernia Bank Bldg.
Phone Main 2235
3-.24-16 1
COUPONS BOUGHT. ci
CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO COUPONS
40c PER 100. GEO MOROY, 223 MAGAZINE.
Dec. 30, 1915
DRUOs.
THE NEXT TIME
You need anything in the drug line call and
see me. We guarantee our prices can't be
beat eisewhere.
CENTRAL DRUG STORE
FRANK N. CALLAGHAN, PROP.
Phone Algiers 9122 Pelican and Olivier,
1-27-16
DRY GOO DS.
Established 1877
LOUIS G. WEBERT,
Successor to
F. M. Webert.
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
Corner Vallette and Alix Sts. 1
Agent for Butterick Patterns. 1.27-16 0
MISCELLANEOUS.
8lt;iN FOR EVERY LINFE e
DEITZ SIGN SHOP
Open day and night. .lut r/ing twll
713 :ilon it. Phone Main 4190
HIGHEST prices paid for old gold, silves
and platinum. jos. Owin, 309 Bourbon street.
1-27-16 -
On your way home
J. B. MO)NTEVERDE ]
FRUITS
1.9 Canal St., Corner Wells near L. & N.
IR RIL Depot-formerly at Caroodelet and Canal
Sta. Open day and night. Phone Main 2031.
2-24-16
BARDWARE.
FELIX BORNE, JR., Mill, Plantation and<
Engineers' Suppies. Paints and Oils. 611- I
613 Patterson Street. Phone Algiers 395.
dec 23 15 4
FIRE INBURANBE
INSURANCE
Let s write you- next policy.
The Hale-Michel Ins. Agency, Inc.
• 411 Hennen Bldg. Phone M. 344.
DON'T TAKE rIANCES
WITH FIRES
Insure against it
THE PROPERTY HOLDERS
MUTUAL A. F. INDEMNITY SOCIrTY,
THOS. W. MULLER, Secretaryu
Phone Main 3542. Godchaux Bldg.
1-.7-16
IRON 8AFEB.
ASSORTED sizes, new and secondhand
safes; safes opened, repaired, exchanged andi
moved.-B. G. lIagstette Co., 214 Chartresi
street Jan. 1-016
ROOMS TO RENT.
4EW CENTRAL HOTEL,
Carondelet and Julia-Rooms 2.00U week up
SEWING MnWRt
W3ET SIDE SELIWES AoGENrC
Siaer Sewing Machis .o
New and second hand machi eld a
monthly installments.
O3. C. BELANGER
41.5 Pattsse St.
Il 'll tIi: I
4 N c 1 1 ~ t )HASLE R
IRK i," . iL-,ON
S.At ..,., . " IN POTO I.
K ET.
MEN TO LEARN 1BAR
Wages while 1ir:. . tools gi
secured. N. eU. Itr.' olege, 6 iSLhL
SIEGeL F it i INE STORL
F , i.t t m ;,.l
Has.;he': e1 Paid r Royal x
rrer. old ii "' C ried, responsible
niture pAcker , ". .. wrgon to bl e
aTeche street. PY! i .AlCrso 1" to e
DeL23.5
AWlNING, '.LS. Ir"c=
SPEARING & COMYAN, abli
SAIL MAK'R.. Awnings Flags, T
lhns anld l , an. iIhr ical ork aSp
(u:ibnzllanh I':, a, L in j. P 9 nter cs
nai and Ichapitoulos Sts. New Orlra
PRESSING SHOPKi,
PRESSING SHOP.
\hpI 1\ ý s, h I .3c.
, Coat cleanedd
PEA RI G aIc a- prn-,
;AOIVIE AND A nIX STRiTSt
Suitso n I'h ,.r. s%.1 t r- , haseond.
Suits sponged and prssed, 3 cP
card for .ac and you wail be entitled a ss
Suits sponged a nd pressed atne pe
Phone Alg. J3. L
RESTAURANTh .
FRENCH RESTAURANT
731 IBERVILLE STREET
Excellent hone coking. The best plae is
town tur the price. tonne us a trial. Lun
25c with wane, 3c; Supter with wine, g.e
MANIATTAN RESTAURLNT
The Must Modern and Sanitary Plae
in the City.
719 Common street, opposite St. (Carls,
tel. Telephone, Main 3L17. -
SHIP CHANDLERS.
FRENCH I TRc,.. , Ind
PARTIEs DESIRING STENOGEiPC
and typewriting work, specifacaoasas
irculiar letters, addressing of eireula.
envelopes can have same done by Mis Codis
IHymn el, 3 Alix St.
SHOE REPAIRING
THE NEXT lagg
Your Shoes need repairing it tlbs
MODERN ELECTRICAL SH1O 8EOP
F. CHERHRY, Propr.
Shoe repairing while you wait
43. 1 Elmira Ave. K54
WALL PAPER-PADINT
HAVE YOUR WALL PAPERING DO
BY A PRACTICAL PAPER HANGzL
HUCKINSz
32 ALIX ST.
Phone, Algiers 213.
Jas. 1
WANTED TO PUIcUMAaI.
WE PAY CASH for empty bsetls, do*
johns, laks and ijR. Phone as ra
on what you have. Bottles sold, LI. S
ton & Sons, 0 S. Liberty. Pbhos M. . B
SHIP YOUR BONES, ROPE, METAL Mi
IRON
TO E. RLASER,
2733 TCHIOUPITOLAS STREET.
BOWLING ALLIT.
SCHUTTEN'S BOWLING ALLEY. -
Oysters, Pool room, Bowli Ally M I
PURIUTUIE MOVIeG *13
STORbaG
RES. mal FOURTH ST. O
CAMP ST. TELEPHIONE
ROBERT W. BALe 55
Furnitmre Moved with Can, Psebhg
ShipinC. Farnitar e and B· a gI
Hiss All w ork a t reusoneblsi e ra I
o y u e. ott ess d
IROCENIEB
Yi' U or AY but IND a misspelled wead I
our ad, but we never nusrepresent gl
4sold you. YOU GET full weiht-fall
and just what you ask for.
GROCEY, YPelitan and Sepain . l
WM. P. SALATIhIE, ZOALER l . I, F
and 'ancy ar .Pier:Te, FlAe Wines and I
Corner Houny mnd [vplrna StreetS AI
La. 'ell(
SIL.VEtR I Y (;ROCERY.
COR HOMER AND PACIFIC AVENUE
MIDWIVES
MRS. I. R'SsEOLL, MIINWIiFE,61
Avenue. O
MRS. J. BATER
Grudtete Pil ild
rIPHONE MAIN 3.1211.
MOFJUU
CONSTRACTOR&
C. MURPHY CONSTRUCTION CO.
I I GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Rei.forced Y nicrete Work aS9ecih-1
a 306 Ilennen lu'idinmg Poone M~iU51
R Newr Orleans, La. '
FRANK H. KILLEEN.
--C ONTH ACTO R
501 BEI.LEVILLE STREET.
S Phone, AgFers Y4e a _d
hIItV H OK1 ;FFE,
RCONTPA(4tFi
436 Pachc Awe.
Phone, Algiers 569.
M RANICURINGj
I MRSS LTT. SCHIP.nI&..
PHONE M P2E1 -
I65 ahenec,, Bulding, onL,
Ne rerIL. "

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