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Boost For City-Owned Ferries---Ferriage At Cost---Eventually Free j
Algerines at Law.
SUPREME COLRT.
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1,,"i I I, . , l.+.titllut ial ,111.i1 \li
s ,at.- liI I11"" Intr. -t of Ilh. health it
t h , . p " ", l o . I I ,l In i ,n t : i l l i r t u ld
CONTRACTS.
I',.Ol"'- 110ll:'->u,'al \-isiation,
i n r T' \ l'ali k. ltractrill.
b lih tii l -.i ". 'lb 'ra u tl . S " c' - in , s lu r u a il
man lil ri l.'iI t .;'.:. I t . I'idi.lity A
l;uarl nt l l " . 1"." I Rottn."I.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
l,,l~, Ilian iltou I lI.henrt anid l'ife
McDONOGH NO. 4 SCHOOL ROLLI
OF HONOR.
0,I1 Si.laolar.,hip and Ilrtpartmlent
lilton I.\'k.-r. .Ios,.i hl Folaa is . I.e.- ilol
ian., Archie Sinclair. Evan.s Mahoney,
lolin Kranlnru e. .\I lin I it it le r. A.n
trew luniff. Edgard Williams, Ilileas
da tlls.
Scholarship - .\Ilii Pi'oa. CIharles
.'bher.
,.\: Scholarlship and IDeportment -
lon lluffy, Rolandl ('ayard. Otto Med
-r. Andrew Meyer. Marcel Serpa.s, ll
try Schroder.
Sc-holarship Warren Treadawa'
Morris Laufer.
Ikportment- l.eonce ..dr.. Clifford
wart.
4AJ: Scholarshiu p and IDeportnment -
.ouis (ronan, a.lbert Monroe, Emnile
dothe. Ilorace Harris. Wallace Mar
our, Joseph TrautIh, (laren·e .Arnold.
ildney Swayne. e rtrand Peclk. \ail
lam Kassmour, Ielmnar l'etrie.
Scholarship Joseph \1atran a.
amuel Sliuro.
411: Scholarship and I elartlment
)tis Meyers, Robert Talbot.
:Hl: Scholarship --Sidney Andre.
.thelbert Laxarde,. Elmo Voegtlin,
larold Treadaway. Chester Camus.
"A\: Scholarship ('larence Burk
ardt, Victor ('leutata. Prederick Krae- I
ner. Louis I'erdreauville. Clarence
'uckett, Nolen Richard, . (' i elibach
r. Aloysius Serpas. Elm ner Bradley,
Taggert. .lamess Hliggins.
IA: Scholarslhip --yyle Albrecht.
.ucien Ahysen. Paler Armnitage. Oak
'y Dodd. Thomas Iuffy. George Kes
ler, Charles Nichols. Prank Nugier.
Inch O'Keefe. Andrew Wright. Je
oine Mine, Mlark .rnuedo, Douglas
'urran. James Fahares. EmIile Ilantel.
larmond (rundlteyer. )Osborn I un
•r. Melvin l',rron. .l,,o \'ilntore. Mar
SRItot h.
Ill: Scholarship- -L .ynn .Angelo,
nssell Gilder. Flrazer Koeppel. Ar
hur Muenchl. .\Ilvin Reed, A. L.
tedou. Vincent Trauth.
".Imricha." S'hool.
Sal'te the Flag." School.
"lraa-e I p." Hudolph Frenzel.
"\Vatth Yourself (;o II.'" ,ohn
:hwarzenbach.
"'Kind \Vords.'" Iouis Laufer
"Good Manners." Matthew Morae.
"l's, of 1ifts." Noel 1iuvic.
"Louisiana," iart Schaarzenla.h.
"The Magnolia" Ja.n.s Fillery.
BONI FAIL TO SEE OUR EXIIBITION
AT
Hippodrome Theatre 2 28
ALGIERS RAILWAY 8 LIGHTING CO.
222 ELMIRA AVENUE
PHONE ALGIERS 151 SALESMAN WILL CALL
ESTABLISHED 1860
HAVE YOUR HOUSE RAISED BY
ABR'Y BROS.,
HOUSE RAISERS, MOVERS
AND SHORERS
Office: 604 Hennen Building,
Phone MaIn 499 NEW ORLEANS, LA.
11 : rt n b, " Sn . ninT .S turl t a l n d
itt ru n aII s ; i _4111 , - h R- u el(ne 1 .
.'t ir It l I r airlltra-tr to ('it'y Iof
,". ( orirb i-. lot. t . lNollton. liana9 t
it oll o \i ,a il i1\ter. #$1 1 a'h I . '
.; \\ ,r.ll t a!- to (;rac' I
\ , i l -I . i-. il tl . ,- .- . in a rid ItI lI t.
lr.' . l lar(tIndl-. ltrtir la anid l.a
r. ror-. 2-t4 " 1 44 onnror
,. . I t-,rri- It 4"t al to M rs it4l4 t.
\-V IT l'urn( r. t.to Iot-. Olivier. )ela
ti'l \Vrr. t ,lald I'4li ani . .. l- , - 1i-i
i r- i t j iitI n .ltaJ ni i on t I' lcur ieka
i ul i t i .l '- i ii ,etx lot. l ilt tulat ldo .
n, i:li i. \ rar 1 antd Itrll illula. =:! ''
<a "-- -r - Ih u ll, I.
I' Irch,} tr t- i i -rink I. ( ornish,
- 'Ii', ipr;l'+r- y f :44 4i f,,rris lBeti~
f\ir U r.- o tle ItrunirI tio ECsrieka
1Il4l l. -Ite t 'I ,lo it.i . li(t and ltr portion.
! t ounlllly o 144o11 s an ni I d'o i\(Ier, $.,c
Iallla ilaa i F vii Vot lriatr .i Sillner. $lro
a Ih It-inedijt.
Paurc-hat-r to vrondor. satirti porp
i t . I term.i. Ii-tnedict.
BUILDING PERMITS.
('ha,. ItaU iihkolb. owner and build
elr double olne stor frameii slated re-
Il-nl e,. Vatllhtitri. DI ilana. ftoen arid
l l.ltevilhle. *$.;i0
ODENWALD AND GROS
WILL HAVE BRANCH.
"lt, proi arty at '.2ii ('anal street.
opposite Maisoin Illiant 11i , is to ble tlte
veirte intl i otl t of th inmost up-to-d(atie
and attract ile soda fountains and
lunth couniters in the cjit. . tein
year lease of the enitire three stories
of the builditi was signed Tuesday
by hOdenwald and Gros. The property
has a 24-foot frontage in ('anal street.
anid is 21i feet deep. Imtprovemnents
amouniting to imore than $20.00110 are
to Ilie miade.
.\ co'llbinred hlakero and ihe cream
tplant. one of the most complete and
sanitary in the couniitry. will be oper
ated on the second alrd third floors.
TheFli soda fountain on the first floor
will Ili- elaborate ini design and equip
sie t. and not in \r ill be spared to
Ilake the entrance imlposing. Oden
wahl & Gros \ ill continue to operate
their orieinal plant at 617 ('anal
street. anld the service in both places
is to tie extended and improved. The
new store and plant will ibe ready for
ott-iupation about Jtuly 1.
FINED FOR SPEEDING.
Walter tounit. a negro chauffeur
of a truck belonging to Sclihmidt &
Ziegler. it holesale rocers of New Or
leans,. was tined $20 or thirty days on
a charge of speeditng by Recorder Goff
on Tuesday. Bloiunt ran into a horse
owneil b.d I tenry ('atnero and ridden
bty Wmi. E. Ifardinc, of 526 Verret
street. Monday afternoon at 4:30
o'cltock in "et hii streetl, lieween S11
dell avenue and honer street. Both
the horse and Ilardinil were thrown
to the lpavtement, but neither stis
tainied seriiouis injury.
Itlount left the scene before the po
lice arrived, but lhe was arrested
shortly afterwards at the ferry land
ing. head of Morgan .street, by Ser
geant Dunn. ('orporal Traubt and Pa
trohlnan .lenkins. .After heing booked
at the police station he was lproled
to appear for trial Tuesday. ltjrding
said the affair was purely an accitent
and retsetd ti ritarke a charge a tainst
Ilhulnt. Witnesses to thre affair sail
that Itihunt r'as rrinnini the tru.-k at
hich -l speed andi. aictin c on rhese state
inelrts. he 'w a- arrested. Illunt took
uti :rlittal from Goff's decision.
I UNCLAIMED LETTERS
I Rt'emaining at Station A. Net Orleans
Postofit, e. week (mndine Saturday.
.April 27. 1916 .
G(entlmen- Jess Btradfork. .Il. C'ar
iter. liennis Pisher, Itoal (Grey. Sam
'ritllen, (' has IHlinlerson. Louis Kest
;I, hIx. \rthur Iallla n n. .as. Le'\v. Thos.
d L.ouis, .Maurice, .MeIyer. 'has. Ne
IIlanI. Mlr. Oten 21. H. S. Plower. San
of lhibertrIlson. F'. L. Silla. A. Thom1IIpsoan.
L.adies .Miss L.ouit' .lohnson,. Miss
Nellie l aeis. Mrs. Lonise lRobinisoin.
Miss .Ma-ie Wilson. Miss 1. \Volt.
('Itllt\{.ES .IANVIII{. PI' M
.1(IS W. I.\NII'LS. S pit. Sta. \.
t .
ALGIERS TIGERS VS. WHITE SOX.
et.
a \ Lr:at -' itke of tascball i. e -
.h pel ted alhen thel .\lItir' T'ic:rs and
the \VWhilt Sx. oi New (Irleans. (contme
ka t,.et li-r Sunt day. \liril 27th. at MI'
,. I)in -,ih ill. ' P'ark. : o' hlock p. In. The
,i battery for the "T'iger.- till he IGerrets
and K. \hhott Mlanagetr Tros( lair. of
h. the Wh\\itte So\. has not named his bat
Stery yet, biut \ ill probably lise Re'ael"
W t I ('Done) .
a \n1i i1i-. I..' cents- : ladies
ra lo.t
11.
GRAND ISLE RAILWAY CHANGES.
rp
.\II11nnoun1iiit'ni't \ as mllade ret'tently
bI t. I. IEmt'rson. genteral manager
ofti t hel' Net Orleans Southern andI
I.- (;ra:nd Isle Rlailway. of the allppoini
. t-tiit of .I. .M1. IFe'rriss as inimmration
i aind iitdustrial agentil for the cttmipany.
Thlie station oil t he (randil Isle for
:il,'rly knnoun a.- Port St. L.eon will he
known heli e'lorth as Pi ort I eon. ac
Sicordliin to another anllouncemenlllt iby
\Ir. Emeut'rson. and tl "('tedar (rove' as
it. htei!n chalin-ted to "liero Park."
to.
rid FOUR FINED FOR ROW
n AT SPANISH FORT.
es
ty .1,itigt' Thomas I'. Gofl'. of the See
ty ontl lierorder's ('ourt. showed his. de
t. tt'rmiination to break lip rowdyismi at
.t ;the lake resorts when het fined a quar
re t'tte cot.iposedI of John Fueguet. :ll
P'atterson street: Harold Thomas, 311
SI)iana street: Lynn Robertson. 43::
nd Iosplital street. anti ('laude Rodri
r- gullz. 1 rIl Ik in'ronlde street. $15 each
rs. for bteing drunk and disturbing the
or peace at Spanish Fort Sunday after
p. noon. Tlhe quartette was arrested by
to 'atrolltlltn J.acot I'hlt and James
I (lluinn.
ti
es BELLEVILLE SCHOOL CONTEST.
Ie ANTS.
Ir
Ti'he followinu- young ladies of our
district will take part in the program
and contests at Baton Rouge. La.:
Spelling -G-(ert rude Finley.
I)ebate-Marguerette Reagan.
i)ramatic Art imogena Barrett and
Ir Lois (;ravois (adniitted into high
Sschool Felt. Il I.
t ;'ograplhy (;eorgeana Iieaney.
I Itlnmest it Science- Ruth Htafkes
-i brini.
Ie
et MAY FESTIVAL.
.\ May festival will le given at Mc
I Illonogh School No. - for the benetit
of the school fund. The day is to
ibe Tlhursda. May 4. 1!l t., at 6::0 Ip.
il. There will Ine plenty of dancing
and vaudeville. Refreshnmenlts will be
Ssprv't'l. Mlrs. lose lpllh Koenig has
charge of affairs andti fromn the pres
ent standptoint it looks as if it will lie
a great siucc(''s. The pIric' of adnils
d- -
sion is '.- t'enlts.
t RIDE ON STEAMER SIDNEY FRI
t DAY NIGHT.
tI in Friday, April 25. a moonlight
nrhhi will bie given on the steamer Sid
.n', for the benefit of the Algiers
k iilay round candidate for Queen of
Il'lay I)a.v. May 7Ith. ('oime on and
help tlt Alglers candidate win. and
whilt you are helping the candidate
w\in you aret also helping Algiers
Playground. I)on't for,'et the night-
riday. April 2lsth.
DEMAND FOR WORKMEN.
Office of tht Labor Board.
STo Algiers Herald
(A.\ttention of i)r. Kral: :
Subject: Services of men in vari
ois trades required at the Navy Yard,
Charleston. S. C.
1. For the convenience of mechan
les of Nea Orleans and vicinlty. I
should he grateful if you would in
childe. as a news item, the fact that
there is a demand for workmen in
the following trades and occupations
at the Navy Yard. Charleston. South t
C'arolina:
ShipPtters. anglesmiths. chippers r
and calkers tironi, holders-on, ship
wrights, wood calkers, machine rivet- a
ers. rivet heaters.
2. Application forms may be ob- 0
tained at the office of the Labor Ii
Board, Navy Yard, Charleston. S. C., d
dlrect. or from the office of the La- ti
bor Board, Naval Station. New Or. tl
leans, La.
Very respectfully,
H. T. WRIGHT, ti
Naval Constructor. U. S. N, Industrial i.
3Marger.
THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS.
Inexpensive -- Brings Quick Results -- itffectil
Give a trial for Articles lost, Houses For Rent or Sale, Household Articles for Sale, Special Notics, Etc.. Adr
your Business. Minimum charges for single insertions 25 cents, better prices for the month and si;e ial rates for
tracts of 6 and 12 months.
ORDER SATURDAY.
'Partit.s desirini pies for Sulnday
Itist tleave t le.ir order Saturday to
X. I i sure of havi' same
IMRS. F. GtlEI.I':I.
Verret and Alix Streetts.
tidl
1'n BIDS OPEN FOR THE NEW
SCHOOL.
he
is Bidls for thie con trul tiou of the ine
f schliool tllilding which is to he erect
t- ed on the sqtuare- ounded by Newton,
t. I liana a! i Bellrlian streets were
o itned in the city I'ouncil Chamiber
, TIuesday afrtrnoonI. Thtre rwas only
oine bidder from Algiers. .os. W. LeIn
lotx, \w hiose hid wa~ lie ' secolnd tt the
hl4 s t1 , 1 1, 1i 1 1 $ 1 1 . 7 -.
:S. 'litte lotwet bhilt was that of Jo.hni ).
I'hisholnm. bteing $4.11.l. The differ
I ti tem bettweeni Mr. ('hisholmi's hid and
'r Mr. l.ennox's is only $71i. The high
nil e st  bid \was $1:::.ti;., makiing a diitfer
lt enci of $21~6t; betweenil the hihli let and
ion lowest iddl rs.
Iy. The lower .- tid for ilthe builtling is
)r- $11.04) monre than the approlriation,
he ibut thliere is no doubt that the ciity
1'- will find the extra amount of money.
byi \Vhein the new s-lhool buildling goes
liup, it will contain more than "tililt0
feet of Ilumber and its roof will con
tain more thlian :; squlares of slate.
lbeing thi' largest roof conitruicted in
thlis district.
It is stated that the new building
will be ready for occuplancy in the
'c coming fall session.
at NIGHT S('H(NIL ('I3SESi.
Ir
7 The pulblic night schools closed
last week for the 19,15-16 session.
The pupils of Evening School No. 5.
in coiinection with Itht1 purpils of
schools Nos. 2. 3 and 6. held their
exercises in the large auditohium
of the Esplanade avenue High School.
The following took part in the'
conttests: Arithmetic. ('has. Hantel:
English. Sidney Holman; Spelling.
Katie ('hestnur and Charles Ting
strom. llenry L. Sarpy presented
Eighth Grade certificates to the fol
lowing: Earl ('aillouet. llaroll I)on
nelly, Norbert Donner. Willie Erik
son. August Gaspard. John Gegen
ir heimer. ('hat les IMantel. Alton Hin
dn lerlang. Sidney Holman. Louis Kin
singer. Brownlee McMahon. Andrew
Noonan. Merton Sadler. William,
Smith. Charles Stacy, Henry Thoede.
d William Thompscn. Irwin Suther
land. Katie Chesnut. Evelyn Ellis.
Mary McLean. Alma Martin.
Certificates for stenography, to Ira
s Smith. Anita Bowers. Leona Ver
doodt.
Certificate for mechanical draw
ing. to J. D). Tufts.
c' CHIEF CARPENTER BURKE RE.
it TURNED.
o
I. 'he oflicers of the Naval Station
g were agreeably surprised when Chief
e ('arpenter Alonzo Burke. I'. S. Navy.,
s RIetired. again reported for duty at
s- the Station Monday morning. Mr.
e BIurke left our local Station about four
s- months ago after serving here as cus
todian for several years. .Mr. lurke
had already been on the retired list
when lie was. sent here to take charge
I. of the Naval Station a few years ago.
when it was first reopened. When
the present commandant arrived. Mr.
It Blurke was released as cistodian, and
I- then took up his duties as chief car
s penter of the Station under Lieuten
f ant ('oniniander \Wriliht. which posi
d tion hlie held until he again retired
( four months ago.
e Mr. IBulrke's return to the local sta
a tion is significant to those interested
- in the development of our loc&p navy
yard. It is also another evidence that
much more work will be done here and
that additional trained men will Iei
needed to carry on the additional
work.
Simultaneously with the order
civen to Mr. Burke to proceed to the
New Orleans Navy Yard for duty,.
there were orders given to twenty or
thirty retired men to also prepare for
active duty again. This might also -
indicate the nation's efforts for pre
laredness and to be read:y should any -
of the present difficulties either with
Germany or Mexico develop.
BRIK BLAZE.
Fire of unknown origin that -
threatened several houses began
early Friday morning in the front
room of the residence owned by Pe
ter Calderone. 1001 Newton street.
and occupied by Joseph Loyacano.
The house was damaged about $1.
000. and contents $70. The dwell- b
ing is used as a fruit stand and resl- F
dence by Loyacano, who is away at
this time. Several rear rooms of'
the place are occupied by negroes,
which cause the police to believe
they may be responsible. An inves
tigation is being made. The build-;
Ing was insured" for $1,200, but the T
contents had n, inuranee. b
|I In our lIat i'sue* the word "coal'11
o iln the al of Jim. Kappler a." illi-
spelled T"''oI . '" TFho.I to rI'e'eive the'
Jacob, candies are Marce' Serpas.
523 Ilelarond,. St.. Esther Yatter.
301.5 MagI)azine St., anld 'erna Ilaus
knecht. 6117 Slidell .\ve
RULES TO 6OVERN CONTEST
AL.I. ANSWERS MaI:Sr BE SENT IN NOt
SLAI'ER THAN FRIDAY EVENING. YOUR
t- ANSWER MUST HE ON A C'ARI) OF
PIE(E OF PAPER NOT '.AR HER THAN
AN IRDINARY P'OSI' CARD AND YOU
r,, SilOII.I) WRITE ON TIlE CARD AS
FOILLOWS ONLY:
r FIRST YOLUR NAME AND ADDRESS.
SECOND, TIE MISSPELLED WI IRD.
l TIIIRD,. THE NAME IOF THE ADVERTIS
.- MENT IN WHIIIII IT APPEARED.
TIHE MISSPELLED WORD CI)NTEST
t' APPILIES ONLY TO) OUR ('LASSIFIED
(0l.tIMNS ATl PRESENT ON PAGE 8 ALL
'CORRECT ANSWERS ARE DEPOSITEI)
). IN A BlOX AND TIlE FIRST THREE
DRAWN OUT ARE AWARDED TIlE
r- PRIZES IN TIlE ORDER IN WHICH TIIEY
i ARE DRAWN.
h
:e For Rent
is 444. 41" .1 449 I' .I. .
11 FURNISHED ROOMS
II- I. " ... 1, - ' . , ,, t
For Sale
LOCAL
T I e ,at iur ,d:,. we wall sacrifice
h. i1..t ., quite d in Naval 4 Yard addition,
' it or ý.' ' !.t Itr .- ra i:ri cttage on It, fir
" Si,3). : \ . v I, t I . .)rontdelet St.
If tf
1 IN ; cuitier table covered with Panta
sote. Suitable for store to display goods.
. Apply M'I Verret St. tf
Special Notice
It
IDR. (,E() A. I.I'QL'E
DENTIST
1 \'1.1D T( i 744 AI'Dt'IIO( N I.IL)G
IISRII.I.\RITIES (OF TEETHI COR.
RI i TEDI.
(4-30-16
Lost
BUSINESS PERSONAL
a
EYE GLASSES
or SPECTACLES
Fittt l, o , ,tur Ede:
DR. J. J. KING
929 Canal Street, with Brown Drug Co.
II
c.RIMALDI & Co., dealers in fish, game,
Oturtles. etc., orders received day and night.
French Fish Mkt. 133.
t
AUDITORS, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
r A MODERN SYSTEM
A modern system will enable .o to deter.
SI ine your profita accurately. wMy not let
A ooo.n. I also keep small sets of
EMILE I. DAMARE
1 LICENSED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
401-3 Audubon Bldg. Phone Main 24a5.
Algiers References Mr. P. Rupp and Dr. Kaft
MONEY TO LOAN.
NEED MIONEY?
See Uncle Joe
S  S. Rinpart St.. New Orleans, La.
6-13.-16
ATTORNEYr
Phones Main tgM i
Hours 3 to $ p m.
s416 Goddl Bdld.
DRI GOODS.I
Established 187/
LOUIS G. WEBERT,
Successor to
F. M. Webert.
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
Corner Vallette and Alix Sts.
Alent for Butterick Patterns.
MISCELLANOIUS.
•lIN,'. FOR EVERY LINE
DEITZ SIGN SHOP
Open day and night. .lut rintr bll
71" Union -t Phorne Main l4190
FISH, O'YSTERS., ETC.
ALGIERS PRODUCE COMP'Y -
731 Erooklyn Avenue 4
Crabs, Fish. Oysters and Vegeta-
bles, Cyprian Bay Oysters Received
Daily. Free Delivery.
Phone Algiers 439. a
+-"?-; J. M. DUNN, Mgr.
AWNINGb
M. FAURIA & SONS.
We make the best Awnings and -
Tents for the money. Be comforta
ble this summer. Let us figure with
you for that awning. 10-19-16
BUTCHEIR.
ANDREW KERSTENS. DEALER IN
(IHOIC'E BEEF. VEAL, PORK, MUTTON.
SAUSAGE, ET('. STALL IN FOTO MAR
rKET.
FRANK I.Elt O(IRT. dealer in Choioe Beef,
Ve.a. Plrk, Muttor, Sausages, etc. Stalls in
loro Market.
BARBER COLLEGES
BEAUTY CULTURE.
5. 1. "1 ` mir..I.nds. Iad f
'. I ·,vr ,, '. I I . \l, I ,lil c, ! 1 2 S ,"ut i R a'll -
" i t 4-2.-_-lt,
T MEN TO LEARN DARBER TRADE.
I. Wages while learning; tools gires positiooe
I> secured. N. O. Barber College, 65 Julie St.
E 7-27.16
MATTRFESES. FURNITURE.
J. L. WALLACE, Mattress Maker. uphol
sterer, old mirrors resilvered, responsible fur
,nture packer and mover; wagon to hire. 713
Teche street. Phone. Algiers 9127. Dec. 23-15
II(-- -~
AWNINGS, SAILS. ETC.
SPEARING & COMPANY, (Establisbed 18t7
.AIL M.\KEl~. , A nilngs, Flags, Tarpau
Ilns and Tests. Theatrical Wbrx a Specaait)
tCumrberland Pihone, Main 3891. Corner Ca
inal and Tchoupitoulas Sts. New Orleans
La.
PRESSING 8HOa'.
MODERN DYE WORKS
B. TREADAWAY, Prop.
Suits pressed, 35c; Suits cleaned and
pressed, 75c; Pants cleaned and pressed, 3.k;
Coats cleaned and pressed. 40c; Pants pressed,
.iSc, Coats pressed, 25c Boys' Coats cleaned
and pressed, .2c; Boys' Pants cleaned and
Spressed, 'Sc; Buys' suits cleaned and pressed,
40=c. Ladies work our specialty. Skirts cleaned
and pressed, 35 and Suc; suits cleaned and
'prc',td. 7,. i )ur ntandarl.d price from now
on. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called
for and delivered.
SHIP CHANDLERS.
J. Als na Co., Ltd., Ship Chandler and Fancy
Groceries. \'1ines and Liquors. Telephone
lHemlock 1045. 1013J to 1017 Decatur Street.
STENOGRAPHIC WORK
PARTIES DESIRING STENOGRAPHIC
and typewýLting work, specifiations copied
circular lett, addressing of eirculars an
envelopes can have same done by Miss Cecelia
Iiynel, 31 Alix St.
SHOE REPAIRING
IHE NEXT TIME
ENr - jh,,. need repairing go to the
MODERN ELECTRICAL SHOE SHOP
F. CHERRY. Propr.
rh p.riig wlile )s t wait
41U Elmira Ave. .5il1
WALL PAPER-PAINTS.
IIAVE YOUR WALL PAPERING DONE
fIA I'RACII('AL PAI'ER ,HANGER.
HUCKINS,
.24 Al IX ST.
Phone, Algiers 213.
WANTED TO PUOguHABE.
- ý
SHIP YOUR BONES, ROPE, METAL ANL I
IRON
TO M. GIASER,
2733 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET.
GROCERIES
YOU MAY FIND a misspelled word in
our ad, but we never misrepresent goods 1
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 lFanc' rucrirs, Fine WVines and Liquors.
(Eorner liouny and Evelina Sreets, Algiers,
SILVER CItY GROCERY.
PHILIP IIAAG, Proprieto,
COR HOMER AND PACTFIC AVENUE.
MIDWIVES
MRS. I. RUSSELL, MIDWIFE, 611 Atlantice
Avenue.
CONTRACTORS.
IIUGH O'KEEFFE
CONTRACTOR
BUILDER 3
436 Pacific Ave.
Phone, Algiers 569.
FIRE INSURAJNoM
INSURANCE
Lee s write your next polley. S
The HIale-Mihel Ins. Algen , Ie.
4 Henen Blg. Fale . 8
HARDWARE.
FELIX BORNE, JR., Mill, PlaIstatas and
Engineer's Supplies. Paints and Oils. dl. S
613 Patterson street. Phone Algiers 395J
8EWING MACHRmE
WEST SIDE SEtLLI AGEORICY
Singer Sewing Machine e.
New and second hand machime ld
monthly installments.
GEO. C. BDLANgRi
415 Patterson St. I
COUPON8 BOUGHT.
CIGARETE AND TOBACCO COUPONS
41c PER 100. GEO MOROY. 2300MAGAZIN. fi
WOOD AND CXOAl
JilIN KAI'I'I.ER, Dealer in Coal. Fireaool C
and I. Expres to hire. 41 SImiae nAeems.
OLD FA.\LSE TEETIH
ALSO gold and silver bought. G. A. Ray,
4~ Audubon Bldg. H1ghest prices paid.
4-20-16
WATCHES CLEANED I.oo
ALL work guaranteed. G. A. Ray, 40S Au-.
duben Bldg., New Orleans, La. 42716 w
PE RSONALS
NI
r Page 1.
t' Order of
Sa,i red Heart.
\ . Tuesday forta
S'""~:,l ad Savtla.
\Ir , i,,', a a Vistl
2';i't. r ' " ' S rt and sona,
r.,'urn, ! ; ,. runt a short ny
-.I 'Brow1 n . IlL
T"l . t ,uIn import tot
n;, " , - t ilt - lubroom s l,
S %liha :, r. . ''ltic Club. la0
6 'u..i ,,- . '"' . transacted, ad
. tI." , . t. ' President of
Ladies \u ti.ir\, desires all tl
-- who hac0e n m:ade their returyt
t ihe 1t.ll .It ll l I tIo please do o ,
night. N.,in'br" are urgently7 q
"ed to ;, ' pn r~f,. etf
Th, Tui-day .\lfternoon Fire 1H
Stred l'in:, nt this week at the
of Mi.> Katlhrine Clarke. The
e ,esful plt iy.,r, r ere Mrs. G.
uwois. Miss Katherine Clarke and
I.. Pt'. ;i,,: . Mrs. ('has. Zatarain
- eived tl hi, isulation. The
nleetinll 1I1 tlhe lub will be held
the ho11 , of .\lr-. Conrad Friseh,
Belleville St reet.
The many friends of Mrs. W. I.
d Bautunm, of Gulfport, will regret u
:, learn that she was compelled to a
d tlerto a very serious operation Ta,
d day. Mrs. laut unl was formerly lls
d Lillite \ardrop. of our town.
The Itellevillet Kindergarten 14s
ers' ('lub will give their manUal alik
next Tuesday. May 2nd. This h a
treat the little ones always look Lh
- ward to with a great amount ofa i
r ure and the day spent under the lati
trees is one of untold joy. The O!
- nickers will leave the kinderparte"
t a. m. Autos will convey then i
the Kohn place on the Lower Cuat
where thile day will be spent All 0M
a ers who have children in the kii
garten are invited to attend.
Arrangements for the May Peil
to be given by the Parents' Cluh d
Mlc)onoghl No. 5 School are pls U
ing rapidly. The affair will take Ipa
the first week in May.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. White, of Deal
Mich.. were the guests of Mrs.
Martin this week en route for SL t
tonio. Texas.
Miss Irma l)aniels arrived jr
day from Seashore Camp GIU
the guest of Mrs. W. L. Barbo.
Misses Martha and Anna LhaiMi
Neely returned from Colngtaas, ali
spending the Easter holidays i
their parents.
Mr. John and Willie Ford ngitb
Easter holiday s at Covin"gto, I
guests of ('apt. and Mrs. McNeIl.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lecourt sad e
dren spent a few days at Ba I
Louis last week.
Mrlr ('haklin and son, of De Q"ie
La.. are the guests of her father, Wt
S. Hlarding.
Miss Eulalie Giblin and 3
Harper spent tie week-end is (d
ington, the guests of Mr. ad ii
McNeely.
Mrs. Miller and two dalghter d
Eunice, La.. are the guests Of
father, Mr. S. Ilarding.
Mr. and Mrs. llorace Nelei rl
the Easter holidays with their
er. .Mrs. Li. Tufts.
Miss Juanita .MeNeely speat
holida, s with her parents, mit
Mrs. M Neely. of Opeloesie a
Mrs..I. It. Allen and dsaglh "iu
lean and Maud. and gd(
Merlin Rantz, and Allen VMt.
slpending a while at Bay St 1[dJ
Mr. M. Itarlow, of Belletm. I
Sunday here.
Judge Enmmnett lingle I
guest of MIr. and Mrs.
on Monday.
Misses Ruth and Flore3O S
spent the aeek-e:.d at ob
tfache.
Mrs. ('aroline ilecher left to
her sister.
SOCIAL SENIOR.
The Social ,nior Euchre OI)
Tuesday nigh' at the reeldese
Mrs. C'has. I!. Itrownlee. The
ing .were the lucky players:
first. Mrs. 1Tomn tuchhols; Idl
end. Mrs. A. Tutt,; tonsolatos,
('has. Browtae: gi ntleme'l Is
Chas. Brownle,; gentlemen's
Mr. C. Nels,4n; , unsolatio i. I
lix Borne. Tb" n,"t meetfi U l
held at the re,lnce of MrIs. 
George I. of Engli
The king of England who ,
speak the language of hIB
was George I.

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