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Boost For City-Owned Ferries---Ferriage At Cost--Eventually Free Frr
Algerines at Law.
. 2L jTF'ICT CC.LRT.
.vE.TOHIES.
FPECIAL MORTGAGE.
\1' .
CONTRACT.
~I , .* * ; I': : -'.,'.- ·t'i" . l.:t\
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
i.* t, 1 .i .7. -I, ;.'r- ut I)rl. an .
PERSONALS.
n. Ii tr:  i '
1111 ' ;" t" t, " 1 -* (In lo - 'ai
I ll,*l a'1 i ti, I 'r"ia , 1 1:l; I to 1
I !_ ,. r." 11":"<1 tor th* D wins tm
l T!;' hid r. J.hn 0) t'i
hu ; 1 . l ' ,4' ,. . \ A I'. tr . $ : 1 .' ,_2
" 1 .I . :, . .. 1.7. . I'ar, '\ In
. Ir s I Ila - o \l;..rry A\l, 1 x..
4 . t . -o n , to ! .\ I andt Mr- .A ii
Verrn'
I.,t';, IlIoroth ll I .itt i- itu prte.,t
anttlr a ipell oI - klne--e
1Mr. a itarlcoa ha, re' tIure.'i r,
her hotll ' n lilt le. Iose. l..
Mir- J I Al. eni and four laugh
o'lr and t .o little grandt hild rn.
spent lSunday at hlay St. L.i
L.ittl. Merl'ot Itantz spent it a few
days with her gratdnmotlher. Mrs A.
J Itantz.
The lMinerva Euchre C'lub mno. at
the r oesideln'ce of Mr-. J. It. Allen,
l)elaronde and Verrt street.. last
Friday night. The following were
the successful players: Mrs. Allen
first. .Miss M. Allen second: Miss
Sherman. the booby. Mr. Gus Itantz.
gentlemen's first, and Master Dwight
Salathe second.
Mr. and Mrs. Mender returned af
ter one week's stay at Bay St. Louis.
Not since the opening of Algiers
Playground have the parents taken
as much interest as they have to
help Algiers win the Playday Queen
honors Every one already called
upon has responded and assured us
their help. We are going to have
a meeting on Sunday evening at 6
o'clock for the parents of the chil
dren, all those worklng for the suc
cess of Algiers Playground.
Fred L.-'ourt. who was kicked by
a horse on last Tuesday afternoon.
is doing as well as could be expected.
Fresi Marie. ~w ho had his leg bro
ken two week., ago 4whilst coninlg
hornme from a .raytihhl party, is doing
well.
Miss Martha McNeely left for ('ov
ingfln. La.. Sunday morning and
had to remain over there on ac
count of an attack of grip. She
will return to resume her studies
at higI 'chool o .soon as she is bet
ter.
The ('atholi- Ladies i-enevolent
A .sociation will not meet until the
fourth Thu rsda. of thI, month ow
Intg to te thord Thursday Iheing in
holy week.
WVARNING
Warm Weather Is Coming.
Oil Lamps and Other Lighting Add More
Heat
Electric Light is Heat Proof
AlGIERS RAIIWAI & IGHTING CO.
222 ELMIRA AVENUE
PNONE ALGIERS 151 SALESMAN WILL CALL
A LITTLE GOOD TONIC
i hen .,,v rtir., or run , n ,.il
keep l. yu in 1, 4d health and
th in ,~o nk. Iut be <ure
tlthe t,lic is a good Ione. You
i can , ec that if you ,,btain it at
this p;rmacy. \\e keep only
the -tandarI l makes of knowni
wh Ildcsonlenest.
CENTRAL DRUG STORE
FRl N CAxLLd"GA , P ,.
Pelice Avenue mad Oliviek Street
1 ' ., t - ,' it 4 '
\ i - 1 . r " r - , I' 11 i , i -,t
'I
r" .,..--. ,t
"1 - X. . Sutl, . rl i: l , ', I- ,lr', \il' ,
.i ...nr \ k, r . port in, i .. E·l ira. ,'a , it,,
S i-l -1 and lhtonr. H -- asi.
T h,' tork 1-1-i 1 " :h.' 1,n0l' , i . M r.
Ia i l rs .1 I u.:I n in i 1ha ii. Jr . 0:
I:' l .i -.'rt, on Tirt- . la. \pril
ITh. Tuestf.1 .\:lTlrnoon Fite l Ha u
i.r.l i .l. '-2 r ti" n , t -irt.liu-rd Iit i tr.
1- , .ll a k'  t :- ) --r k T"ia h. ' -i
pltr" \l rl I l ulur
l'. 1 -'L r, I . . ol2 "lv i- a.l pr itlo
th.1 t ': i r a 11.1- Za ti rain T1,
TI ,, t , i , ,, .l:a ti rk r o .a: I-t' ~ ln -
,r ,I tt , ' t " : . ,i i , o:.th r ' t it) S ir.
1... 1..: n Ih a t a o i '- , r . 1 li-I ir -
Ii ,. I -. tl .n . at . gril.r and h\an
hatr .. 1- aTbl, t , mcalk ab ut i rel l.
a large it in Ier of I al orrth oian
rlateownd tht va no onrd of the artid-r
titerg ia Lodge u o ll: ate aistle
Ital! Inthewrting talkd here madge
eila Mr. b. nak'. grand prelate;
i-ouu;ttih ith', the Uf . S.\ Mai.nTe
Lout- lianerst grand keeper of ree
e'ph Illhihe.. James Steward andw.
Mr 11. I bl. Arboneaux. formerly of
our town but now onel of tl he arti
titers in t he United States Navy,
day to visit his mother at Frankl in
La. M11r. Arboneaux was formerly
onne ated with the o' rSand s Maine
but llas recently transfer red to the
Irle S. t altim hre His ie nlistment
Mrr arbonneau. a me chanic andtbil
oity eTas earl recognized in the navy
and it was only after a short time
that he tas made one of the artifi
The Social senior Euchre wlub
metr at the homne oif Mr. and Mrs. T.
I'. Bhliholz thiw week The sune
a wtful playeri s oher Mtrs. n'in. 11.
1onevsrte J P. Nolen and W A. NMi
soa The - imbi, were won by Mrs.
T. Ia ruchholz and .1rs. Gretolt
pis."Sg for Mrs. It E. Whitmore.
The next meeting of the cspn will be
held at the holme of Mr. and Mrst
l' H. Ilro z ni -e.
w Th her bit h nr, Al red ,oz. . y o.,
lb dauhter rVI turnelh Wednesday
alrti lat Iesburg. . iss.
ALMOST A
J LOVE STORY
By M. QUAD
. ,- . -I a;.·tr S: :,c,.cl'e .
f I dai t e y ,w h te h little .M iv, \mar )
I l ;et hIt, r as nly I ur y rear ~I :'1
neighbl"r of the itn:aily iroulht ori
a bhiy of a lh'lt the Uame a,.,'. The,
H tw. ,'hildreti ha l Ieeic playing togeth
t'r half an hur or so whei the nothte r
. ,,f the boy raleil ',it
: S n a' I'';1 i lkllletlh r. f the ' rt', a ill yout
Y u"r girl i ' t." :ug t flirt it 1 lily
l iat ta tlh -t I, i g ilin,+ ,,t 1i -- .11 .'1 a
i' rte r. Iy the ttirti -he i:ii t i ,r
t t -cih e y e ..:r , ,; ,l a hd ; ,,il.;.: t ,., ,brob '
iht wts breakiin the h,.'rt' -4 til' lboy
pupil-. the was a h:ahd,,nu g:rl. anl
she hal t ite'. ,'v ways. alut hetr.
V i 'he e wa' a lpr,'r. hiung her t w'ti
tieth .e..r her Ot'. .i1 fay tld tathetr ," -
emnuly asked of her
"Maiy,. do Sonu know that this whole
town of Tipt+'uvilie is talking about
" r . father." %a(, the reply. "What
are the . saying abi.ut me'!"
"That you are a ,ontirmed flirt and
Siti . a coquette."
"Wh\\'y, fathr,. how you shock we:'
"I . I ll't pretenld sLuch innoe t'.'"
Mr. ,hlded the father. "'lt's go over your
case a little. When Par-n Broiwni
.pril came bore, an tnniarrit"d man, two
years ago. he seem.d to take qulite a
shine to you."
"Yes, father."
"1 have anr idla that he asked you
to Ie his wife."
liii- "lie did. fathlr. tblt how was it?
lr:. We were cowilng home frml Ipray:er
,1,.- meeting when he saidl that he toivedt me
lour- aitnd wanted nie to bcolit'e his darling
M\rs wife. .1.st as I girt mly ul lut th ,pen
to to say yes a big hii,. hbased by a litthle
TIt, log, t'a e rtunnihg up 4I the -ilewalk
behind us. Thl hg Itruick P'arsont
\;-S Brown in the legs., and he went sraiiwl
lu"' ing. I tittered. I giglh.ed, I sni'keretl.
flow could I help it' Mr. Brown went
ia'all. off In a huff and in six months was
-ti-- l:arried to A.mandalz J.,oni'"."
tha' "But there a;is c'harles Itenifew."
a11 continued thet father. with a smilei
wel. around his mouth.
hial " Yes. I remember him. but it was
,rdr not my fault that he quit coming here.
I was expecting to be Mrs. Itenfew
• hy some day, but he had not proposed yet.
'astle IIe came one night, and just as he
nmadl" started in to propose he gave an awful
hatn- sneeze, and the false plate in his
late; mouth, which I never suspected was
rev-' there, flew out and under the table.
Jo- and the cat scrambled for it. Ia'nther.
and I had to snicker or blow right out of
the window! Poor Charles dove under
Sthe table for his plate, gave me one
ly of awful look and went through the front
arti- door."
cavy, f There was a silence for two minutes.
Iglers I and then the father asked:
Tue'-' "But what about George Fox. who
klin. I has been coming here quite often of
nerly late?"
"I don't know." was the reply. "I
aine think he will ask me to marry him."
the "And you'll titter and spoil it all."
ment "Not if I can help it, father. George
now. squints with both eyes every two or
abil- three minutes. It is a dreadfully fun
navy I ny squint."
time George Fox was a young bachelor
irtifi- of twenty-five. who lived with his wid
owed mother. lie was a farmer. lle
Clab had admired and loved Miss May'and
meant to make her his wife. squint or
T. no squint
suc- Three or four days after Mr. Fletch
Ii. er had had the talk with his daughter.
olen. as recorded above, young Mr. Fox
Nel- caught sight of the girl pickig rasp
?lrs. berries in his field. The sight gave
,b.l. him an idea. lie waited to see if she
i. would appear again next day. She did.
andl at the far end of the fleldi he let
ill be ldown the fence and turned in his old
.Mrs bull and ram and gave them a whack
as they passed through the gap. They
ui a were gentle creatures, but at the
pinto- whack the bull emitted a bellow. and
the ram shook his head in defiance, and
o-day by a freak of fortune both trotted
ile among the bushes.
The girl who had broken so many
O.x. hearts saw them approaching and aft
d lit- er one scream started for a tree. Up
!sday she went until she was seated on a
limb that she deemed was a safe
Sroost. and it was only then that she
saw Mr. Fox and called out to him to
tIome to her rescue. Mr. Fox came
along at a lazy pace, as if there was
no special reason for hurry, and when
he approached within thirty feet he
took a seat on the fence, with his back
to her and asked:
"Well, what's wanted?"
"I want to get down, of course," re
plied the girl up the tree.
"I am not hindering you."
"But the bull and the ram?"
"Oh. they haven't killed anybody
lately ."
"George. you won't leave me here,
will you? I may fall at any minute,
and it will be awful the way I shall
die."
"See here. girl, I love you and want
you to be my wife." said George with
his back still to her.
"Are you squinting now. George?"
"Yes, by thunder! I am squinting
at the old bull and ram:"
"Keep It up, George. dear, until you
get the critters out of this field. This
evening you can come over and we
w;!ill decide whether to go to Boston
or Niagara Falls on our tour. Hurry
.. up, dear, for this limb is a-cracking
un-er me and will soon break."
And George, in spite of his funny
squint became a hero and a husband,
and and they puitt in five days at the falls,
ure and Tiptonville said it was a good
(on match on both sides, t
at a
:Ilv
t Made Into Goldbeater's Skin.
The vermiform appendices of oxen
slaughtered in the municipal abattoir
Sat Prague are manufactured into gold'
Suter's skln,, which is extensively e b
p·oyed in aeroplane manutacture.
P
THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS.
Inexpensive -- Brings Quick Results -- Ilffectiv
Give a trial for Articles lost, Houses For Rent or Sale, Household Articles for Sale, Special Notlces. Etc.,&A
your Business. Minimum charges for single insertions 25 cents, better prices for the month and spicial rates f
tracts of 6 and 12 months.
": in l .u in i er I t ne brmiani:e ti MS . J. I..
y Zatlrain. llie . April 5. . 19111.
" ,' I l . ,r i'r - [ , . , {' h c 'i t :1 3 - ; J ,1 1 i-l
! th. Iat 12:" 2' cl.ck a t. n I : M 1.tr 1 John
itr tn. The funeral took place T'ur
tt day afternoon at :l. 0 olo k from her l
0 late residence erret street. In
uolic Ladis Benevolent .ssociation.
at DIED. '
She ZATis .\ur id \\'edhsda.und apri
-t h. at :.:It o'cls.k a. . Lans. Johand
L. Zataoraiin Z'e rain. ('w ilgas.
died. also surved aie. a ntive of ie.
rtoan. The funeral took ,lace Thur1 -
nIday afternoon at .: o'lo k from her I
' .ate rtsidhne. " Verrrt strtin t. In
Stcr:ent was in St. Mary's For manyr.
lecreasel wa a ll member of the 'ail
She is ourtizeivd by. hr of ant ane anip
t? tNo du. tt. rsW. and. anof Orandge -
ul niss Frances Zatarin and by one
sr on.h Jrn Za'irain. Two aranch St.il
Intrmn lst wa survive.
tery. , a 'har s . l
- I
alt
.AT I1ELI,.l"a l.I"L, S Horn i AIU. -
Practically a new schFor Since I
tor- March . whnit this fschool movedand dau
,r.back into its own building. pupilth Mrs.
"teacherst and workmen have railbeen
road urgtl. tizatioti. O r ()r gllge ('alllP n
builyo. at W. work. \\'.placi. anolishing of Orange
Gre No. .4. Mr Daniel i
.\repairing th urkt and by othings neededl.
is M iss Elsie Daniel. _
isfor the eqfuiperal took pof an up-to-date
e. " day. April 12. at ::::3. o'cloc'k from =
his late results nce.of their effort.
Sfolltowrni tho as i ree. Thwood 'en. Wil
r tory. amage have been to give
AT BII:LIIi,'IIIF tc('dl(nXi.
Practically a new school. Since
olarch Se when this school moved
)f back into its own building, pupils.
teachers and workmen have been
busily at work. placing, polishing and
repairing the many things needed
for the equipment of an up-to-date
rr school. The results of their efforts.
San. foplumbwing those of ever. Thos. L. prettily -
li uipmenineer in charge of repair ofnt.
Sstorm is amage, have been to give \
th pupat is praoftically a newta school to
he the district.
k Among to the good things may beost
Sinoted atpl lighting and ventila-.ch
d ion anhe heating throughout the art
school., modern drinking fountains
and plumbing on every flhadow-boxoor. prettil of
p- tinted vails. freshly finished wood- +
allork and the co-operatian blinds and ample
teachuipnt iho each depart sent.lf-forget
a Thio s excellore evident because of
fe 7he pupils of departmental gradesv
k going to the teachers. Things most
, .intimately connected with the teach- "
ieo only a ubjeht are thus gathered infor
Id the room where such work is done-- nI
in the nidy o ply. For room a piano, in the art
open. the shcoadow-box etc. pringest offers
all is theletd by tho-operation of pupi and
rate fhor th eare day at, sthe lf-forgt
ful spirit has adgef possible thiss
Shool's e Avxcellet recorhe. children
tried out all the pileasure-givi Saturdaoc
e pationy which the place any i the
oeaon afforiet. frcoming home with- -
S ,out plefatigue declaring they had had -
ra s for ther da at the da'it .ark.
a8n. i charge of iakes Selle-r. This
SShook. isexpects to haverill. the canhildren
ri-d o t all the pleasure-divin o(t
h uation.ie hichto their gift toan the
-~';o affor beling oine of he ith-wo
croups froatiue declaring thool had wod Pthe
gpriie t:or bt 7th grade '4gng of
u ir in thp to have a ncing and skat
n, .aill be enjoyed. they procare in- -
eh vis tlhiii tont their ift toear toe
n se the. ir ei oh ol. th to
Sprirng lertal-At thth rae Folly Thn f
S atre. April '5. a Spring Festival vill
be given the friends, patrons and 0
Spupils of the school. The teachers
have .sele'ted pleasing numbers.
d many suggesting Shakespeare, whose
terr ertennial we are all celebrating
and the pupils are preparing their
parts to have all ready for the day.
Folk Dances-At the Music Con
test for the city a group of pupils
from this school has been invited to
give a Folk Dance, which group will
be selected is not yet decided. Groups
from the 1st, 4th and 5th grades are.
practicing.
MISSPELLED WORD.
'Th , mis-p ,1lluid word in our la-' is
: .: a- standard." n.i-.; l.1.
',tandt.rd." in th.' alT of I1:-lllti Tr.ad
.t ý'a ,. , , V r r , , s t r - t T him -o t o r e -
, h r ,t h . 2 : [I ' a . a v1 n u .. .h l , .
.tudlin ..- 1 I '[ !ial- an avnn:e. an '1 W at
LI. tI -a n<. _'t 2 1 elrii' l a -tr-.,".
RILES TO GOVERN CORTENT
AI.L ANSWERS MUST BE SENT IN NO
LATER THAN FRIDAY EVENING. YOUR
ANSWER MUST BE ON A CARD OF
PIECE OF PAPER NOT LARGER THAN
AN ORDINARY POST CARD AND YOU
SHOUL.D WRITE ON THE CARD AS
FOLLOWS ONLY:
FIRST YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS.
SECOND. THE MISSPELLED WORD.
THIRD. THE NAME OF THE ADVERTIS
ME.NT IN WHIIIC IT APPEARED.
THE MISSPELLED WORD CONTEST
APPLIES ONLY TO OUR CLASSIFIED
COLULMNS AT PRESENT ON PAGE 8 ALL
CORRECT ANSWERS ARE DEPOSITED
IN A BOX AND THE FIRST THREE
DRAWN OUT ARE AWARDED THE
PRIZES IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY
ARE DRAWN.
For Sale
LOCAL
I 1. - : . . . \ 1 ! 1: . . t: .
- , ," l i .. . ' . i . .." .' : ". e ,o: -r
iApply r ,. lt ,. ,, i fr
' I - ' .. ' 'I. :t" 1 - : ! , . ,' :e
OF S :U ' A". ROP-'ER STREETS,
SIZE AOUT :' z FEE, ACROSS4
C,:e .. : e ir store so d;sjlay goods.
Apply 2,e Ve-ret :. tf
TWO FINE DUILDING LOTS CORER
OF SUMNER AND 303R3 STREETS,
SIZE ABlOUT 641 FEET, ACROSS
STREET 1FOM LAUMAN RESIDENCE
RECENTLY S3RNED. WILL SELL FOR
8S.M Ip SALE CAN BE MADE IN 3
DAYS. ADDRESS 1511 LEVIN ST.. ALEX.
ANDRIA, LA., OR 5M VERRET ST.
Special Notice
1)R. GEE A. LOUQUE
DENTIST
lMIV\FI, 1 1 744 ADI)'Bo)N BLD);
IRREH( I.ARITIES (OF TEETH COR
RE, TED
4.20-16
Lost
A It , k. T wit. c'.a:n wi th n':ta 
I. A \1, I. .- ."-::'-d.ýv .,n EI:7a near
tt
t iNE !F , -:r:g s'ie on Ebz.a street be:ween
u 1:" .::.I , un? t.ree:-. Finder wall please
: '1" Fl. . -itree: arid receive re
w an
BuSIEMg PMRSWNAL
EYE GLASSES
or SPECTACLES
DR. J. J. KING
929 Caual Street. with Broew Drug Co.
GRIMALDI & CO., dealers an fish, game,
urtles. etc., orders received day and night
French Fish Mkt 133.
AUDITORS, PUBIJC ACCOUNTANT
A MODERN 8STTin
A modern system will enable you to deter.
mine your profits accurately. Why not let
me install one? I also keep small sets of
EMILE I. DAMARE
ICENSED PCBIC ACIOUNTANT
41-i Audubon Bldg. Phone Main 245
Algiers References Mr. P. Rupp and Dr. ratt
MONEY TO LOAN.
NEED MONEY
o -15-6
ATTORNET
Phones Main 008--MI
Hours 3 to p. a.
EDWIN L MAHOItY
Lawyer
416 Godhanu Bldl.
7-7-Y1
DRI GOODS.
Established 1R?
LOCIS G. WERERT,
Succestor to
F. M. Weber,.
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
Corner Vallette and Alix Sts.
Agent for Butterick Patterns.
MISCELLANEOUS.
=IE.N- FOR EVERIY LINE
DEITZ SIGN SHOP
Open da, and ;LhI. .I st ring bell
'13 U'niosr .t P'hone Mini (1I0
SCREENS
For Doors and Windows
MADE TO FIT THE
OPENINSO
Knight & Moskau
4121 Ulloa Street
Pmhoeo @Os. e 1*e06 *W SULEAUS
PIOIE FOR MIES
HELP WANTED
'A \ V
KET.
FRANK LECOURT, dealer in Choice Beef.
eal, Pork. Mutton, Sansages, etc. Stalls is
Foto Market.
BARBER COLLEGES
BEAUTY CULTURE.
\\h-. 1r: at 'c vs '. C'.:
EW TO LEARN TEARS. DE TRALER
Wages while learning; tooldeser ns, poieeis
secured. N.Por. O. Barbr College, etc5 Juli St
7-2'11
MATTREAUTY. FURNITURE.
. L.. WALLACE, Mattress Maker. uphol
sterer, sd ::rrors resilvered, responsible nfur
niure hiacker and mover; wagon to hiae. 71
Teche street. Phone, Algiers 9127. Dec. 23.1!
AWNINGrb SAILS. Jlia StET.
SPEARING & COMPAN , (Establshed 117E.
SAIL MAKER. , A.nAngs, a lags, a Tarpau
ans and :::ents. fheatricat Wore a Spe fur
Luchber and Phone. Maln r91. Coener C. a
nal and Tchoupitoulas Sts. New Orleans
La.
PRESSING 8Wk'Bi
MODERN DYE WSIIR
B. TREADAWAY, Poop.
Suits pressed, 35c; Suits cleaned and
pressed, 7,c; Pants cleaned and pressed. 33c;
Coats cleaned and pressed, 40c; Pasta pressed,
23c; Coats pressed, 23c Boys Coats cleaned
and pressed, 25c; Boys Pants cleaned and
pressed, 25c; Boys' suits cleaned and pressed.
40c. Laaies work our specialty. S&arts cleaned
and pressed, 35 and 50c; suait cleaed and
p;'t- .·, : t., i'l rice tr.,:n now
on. Satisfaction guaranteed, Work called
for and delivered.
SIP CEANDLEIS.
J. Alsina Co., Ltd., Ship Chandler and Fancy
Groceries. IA nes and Liqoras elephone
Hemlockt 1045, 1613 to 1017 Decatar Street.
STENOGRAPHIC WORK
PARTIES DESIRING STENOGRAPRIC
nd ttypewritingal work, pecifestimo espied
cireulpe letters, addressing oE esirclaro_ sad
eavelope ea~n have same done by Miss Ceelia
Hymel, 316 Alt St.
SHOE REPAIRING
TEIE WRIT TIM
Your Shoes need repairing ·o to te
YoDERN ELECTRICAL Shoe O MOP
F. CHERRY, Propr.
Shee repairing while you wat.
430 Elmira Ave. -25-14
WALL PAPER-PAINTS.
HAVE YOUR WALL PAPERING DONE
BY A I'.A- . I A.L PAPER IIAN(SER.
HUCKINs
.24 AI.EX ST.
P .one, Algiers 213
WANTED TO PU~IIABM.
SHIP YOUR BONES, ROPE, METAL AND
IRON
TO M. (;LASEl,
2733 TCHOUPITOULAS NET.
GROGEREm
YOU MAY FIND a misspelled word is
our ad, but we never misepresent gods
sold you. YOU GET full weight-full count
and just what you ask for.-LAFITTE'S
GROCERY, Pelican and Seguin.
WM. P. SALATHE. DEALER IN FAMILY
and Fainy GrUternes, Fine Wines and Liquors.
Corser kouny and Erelina Streets, Algers.
SILVER CITY GROCERY.
PHIILIP HAAG, Proprietor.
COR HOMER AND PACIFIC AVENUE.
MIDWIVES
MRS. I. RUSSELL. MIDWIFE, 613 Atlante
Avese.
CONTRACTORs.
HUL'GH O'KEEFFE,
CONTRACTOR
BUILDER
436 Pacrfic Ave.
Phone, Algiers S6P.
FIRE INSURAN CE
INSURANCE
Iet so write you- next ollcy.
The Hsle-Michel In. Alency, Inc.
411 Hennen Bldg. Phaoe M UL
4t
HARDWARE.
FELIX BORNE, JR.. Mill, Plastattoa and
Engineer's Supplies. Painte sad Oihls 611
n13 Patterson sltreet. Phone Algiers 35.
SEWING MAICIgRE
WEST SIDE 8atLING AGENCY
Singer Sewingl Machine o.
New and second hand machies soeld ea
n :hl.y rnsa;lmert..
GEO. C. BELANGER
415 Patterson St. Ul
COUPONS BOUGHT.
CIGARELTrE AND TOBACCO COUPONS
kc PER 100. GEO MOROY. 2300 MAGAZI"E.
WOOD ANP COAL
OHN KAPPLIER, Dealer i. Coal, Firewod
and Ie.. Ere toire, 4) Unis Ao
ALGIERS PRODUCE
738 Brooklyn Avs,
I " '; '!.. YterC
+ _ J 11. DCM~ i,
TEETH
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MR. YOUNG MARRIED MANU:
Safety Irtt. I.avuUa ý
a derive nfrm
WORKIINGMEr'S gllll li
ASSICIATIII
Ask sap r memr r asll
W. 0. AsRTr, m an
40 NIufra Avemasg 1
The Title &, Mertgge 6eaWrg k
Limitedl
l m,11 M: . I
t c ct1 taWIlll
iw bepr; It lie
... e: ses 1et a.
"$I.
112-13 IEllEl IItlii PhL il
McDONOGH NO. 4 SCHOOL
OF HONOR.
'.A" S' hoilarship and De
John Schwarzinbc'(h. Earl
Victor Zatarain.
`B: Scholarship-Henry
Charles Hurgis, Julian Hopgs.
;B: Scholarship and
hlart S hwarzenbach. Joseph
James Fillery.
6A: Scholarship and De
Felix McAnespy.
;B: Scholarship and De
Roland Briel. Joseph Gast, Ira
Thomas Tucker.
Scholarship-Louis Acker,
Dennis, Theo Dubret, Flrak Uil
Deportment--Otha Duaepa,
Lilly. Mark Senner., Charles
sen.
4A: Scholarship and
Louis Cronan, Albert MoarO
Gilder, Joseph Trauth, Honos
Wallace Marcour, Elmore
Clarence Arnold. Emile MsKo
ney Swayne.
Scholarship-Joseph Metni,
nel Sicuro. Bertrand Peck.
4B: Scholarship and
Peter Anderson, James Cosab
lard Schindler, Floyd Bfhilt
Floyd Umbach, Milton Heary,
Covell, Julius Gillich, William
George Shorey.
Scholarship-Otis Meyers, lii
Talbot. John Foucha, Henry laIL.
:3: Scholarship-Sidwar
('hest,.r ('amus. Ethelbert
Elmo Voegtlin.
2A: Scholarship-Victor
IHart Callow. .James Higgiti
Kraemer, Louis Perdreaavil0, O
Puckett. Nohen Richard. Alolld
pas. Elmer Bradley. Earl hAEAd
bert Rlane:.i Charles TagrL.
A: Scholarship- Lyle
I.uiden Ahysen. Paler ArIaltt,
Icl IDodd. Thomas Dufy.
Il.ynes. (;.orge Kestler, Cbali
ols. Ilugh (K',,fe. Willliam
Andrew Wright. Mark Anid
glas ('urran..Jaimes Fabars,
(;rundeII.c.ir. Emile Hantel,
HIunter. Melvin P'erron, Eall
JoeV Wilumor,.
I)elrrtn,.t - Jerome Mine,
Nu icr.
1 l: S holardhip-LyDS
Xavier I;a:,. rt. \rthur Mtaa
lH,.,,. A I., I l ,,I , Oi ()in 0
zuist Tiercy. -in . nt TMitL.
i)eIrtm,:. :,ward C
oll lu.u r. "L. ! . tou, Alldl 31
How Light Affects the E.
In a dim lieht the 0 .di
talned in full daylight do otSl
far as the e.v. is concereed .
ble lllJnmirnatioa ,e -yeSl .
or lesa ,,o!.r.b"',! and is b -l .
sitive to red. whlich ap9Y
b!ark, wher,.a. g-.cn and M -
appe..r a.s .a'al:.y gray.
NIGHT SCHOOLS CLOSE AIW
•SU erintc .;:: , n: (;winn
s,'urda, that it ;as been d
I,:e t!., ,. ;,:: : ,hoolis
t) ,inejt t h l . -',rr u dam aS -
s hools in Sletmber, the
sehoul acere n. opened ·
and the u-ua! - nights o
tion would have 1xtended te
to May 5, ,ut as tihe' attecdll
decreased, and on account d
ter holidaye, it was decldd tP
the schools before that da

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