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i't' H'l.lltiltO LVERY THilRSDA1. Litered at the I'ostatle at %ew Orleans ai --.,nd.(l;asL Ma: Matter I.L-f', OF :-FB'S RII ION. ()nre I py, c'".* M n a ,n Advance O..· ' ,,v,:., 1 ..·', i At... ._ $ sul < V khAF1 FdJitur and Prtol.'rt~ A-In re-s oc.r . ,r ,..t., tst "o Ilk< " iKkA ! , f . Verret Street' New ,r I r. a ina.ne, Alg.er: s 93 IFI'. II.IERALD may n e found at the fo! k:r e 1, .*-ea ihi. it krA D Algrers (Ace Sufi Verre To1 : AkRAn I.,l I sty ('ft-el 8.5 PCerda-lI .su , . , ir i 'ngu tr get IIT E iH :RAI.tl rpstr w.ii treae nItly he buswiesi unsr.aper Nto !. Ver et -eett Pleaoe trend r.rr'un at- ons for pubtlrat:or s erar!l as posrsb.e, a. d not later than "Irce day right A ", ene r, . ," a., `r, . :th s t letters ir r die . , ,pte , news nit ,f hlits, lawn part. ' . r ,ard P eo al men, n wilil be Ce;n . re at, .n a .o re eved ...-ss sl,g.erd br ~.. s' "ln. r n o not .t- ;, 1l' l1 your rnamel r , , sn w . t0 e rore trir r .r. t ,rsr )y . ,j " . .«b'r hut we m n-stt ns lt n har ,. . yoet ntr^. as guara/i re of I god ;cla h. Meetings. i, t. \,.r ' r , t:.* litir td;ay at * 1i" Th, 'ataS ,t,.l Ih, Sl hlIr. r. ; 1 . . J t t !"t tlrt' for th is * ,r t Tc . t J t ill it, tialated ,. t i , N r,, i ,.ý ti . tro utl , , s a n d -!i l f t :., ir t i'iri'tit iLn try 1 . t, ;.1,-,'t ,, the, haith ,rth also th. tr, rt.' of t o it-jr ,r i t i hioI .. \ E i raitl "-k t-h of l a. . o,,bit ,rfll r-tlt r r.tnie ans dw lll:i . till it- .;iV,nl ill t!," , ." l| -st gI t, r" l in x a nid In .tl th tiv e il,-.,tr, i is in stors for tho. se who will , otni, to th,' m i,-, tinc. \r-rt Sunda' will bet (crnl itlollnll Sun day for this society. All menmbers are requested to be prresrent. St. iVncent de Paul Conference. Hats off to this beautiful orraniza Iron. Every Monday night the men of this society gather together, carry on their work witr a swing and dash. w hich is a delight to behold. Numer. ous good natured remarks are injected here and there. Old reliable Jim logan is always there, with the witty sayings and good cheer. Brother Mat thews furnishes the solemnity and James Higgins the business dispatch. All told it is a most interesting mleett Ing, composed of most cheerful givers. No wonder they are doing good work. Personal. liev. Louis hioulay of Camden. Miss.. I spent a few days at the rectory, whilst visiting friends in Algiers and New Or- I leans. Father Boulay has charge of it numerous mission Mississippi, and " many indeed are his trials. ilia stay in Algiers was to him a most welcome visit. Father C. Barth is spending the week with his old friend. Father Petit. C('lass day happenigs are rehearsed and a Food cheer reigns. E Father Phil l)aigneau is helping out d(uring the absence of our most india- 0 pensable Father ('assagne. By the If way, word has reached Algiers that he 0 has arrived in New York in good aenough shape to testify in that impor tant case. lie will spend a few days around the old burgh before returning. Very Rev. Father Larkin announces that he will be here next Monday with his nephew. Rev. Michael L.arkin . S. . All will be glad to welcome their pas tor and his young nephew, who is al ready known here by many. Services. wi Sunday-a.Msses 5, 7, 9 and 10: bene- Mt dicion. 10:30; baptisms, 4 and . foi H. N. G. C. an Ladies Athletics - Coach Jack I)ow ling braved the inclemency of the aol weather last Saturday and came over to the club to find only one brave youn 1(n lady who was not afraid of the wet. lfC Of course, all work was called off until this coming Saturday, whenn a large crowd is expected if old Jupiter P'lu- dre vilus will only overlook Algiers for Al one. This old cudger these days att CeelIa to take devlish delight In spoll- per ing things around the club. Just start sub something and he throws one eye on ap the corner of Verret and a few other C streets and enough said water in every lea' description and frm from the tantaliz- and ing evening showers to the roaring tent September storms. lem The young lady flrends of the club tion are Invited to play tennis every Tues- P day. Thursday and Saturday afternoons Li. if they can only find some way of T., draining the ever overflowing skies. Ten Rackets have been provided; all that i Js needed now are the young fair athletes. Again we Invite as many as possible fier to meet Coach Dowllng in the Gym. are Saturday at 3:20. eBsides his valuable Instructions all those who will come to a. these classes will be allowed the privi- ever lege of the Behrman Gym. tank on shal Thursday. What more can he desired? s Come along and bring your friends. case Baptisms. Iheat Wallace Simeon, son of W. S. Lampton and May Clarke, of 213 Pelican avenue. Sponsors, Catherine Clarke and William Lagarde. Mary Della, daughter of Godfrey Heltmeler and Bertha Dubret. Spon sors, Thos. Heltmeler and Laura Dn bret. John Donner, son of Norris J. No- Dh lan and Nora A. Donner, of 435 Pel- day e Sean avenue. Sponsors, Wam. T. willa LOWER COAST DRAINAGE " ". , l:: ,..:ig ,: l th,. 'n , -.nmi-sn Council Tuesday, no doubt Mr. I; \ ire ku.as .her, al.ior .Martiln Iehrnmai stand. regardlne the S.. ppr(,rathi : .;-;hr thourand d,.lilars that ihai been minlad byv la "; a-,,. \"a;i: "r liar-l to the 'aqluelMinit'e-JeffersonL Draina-', 'ra' d 'it - a r,t'in , -t-ra l t ,'ritit- r ,egarlding the a--k ot drain , i r iitr: t in i hlit' vicii'a. of the Outfa:i Irainage ('anal ah Il Ih f ,, ..i been dra.n bn ra thile hero pumpllls V.' ,o cailt'd the personlal st ti:1;'t n o: the lan! oa:wner- ilt that -'..tiiou regarding this detect. It w\as ,It rollugh the efforts of h,' I lHraid and Mr Peter S. Lawton that a uol\t. :en:at aas started to bring the imatt'.r before tiho. notict of Mayor It'hrmanl ,i,1 !.,, ,-".:erage' and Water Board. so that an iiivestigation could bhe madl,. The mayor proniptly tok uip hi- niatllte.r tant a; ai htearing biet!-ore' ess :;:e' S ' rage and Water If-ard it a: shown very conclu-ivecy by the ;, ipr' owners o: the sc.tin oi the Outfall Dirainaga' ('anal that thcert' ,s .,,i- l,,ri, wuatter )I their prop.,'tv it tinit- than beforte the installation t,: r i,, , pumps. T.i, It' ral> ha- rep. ,aitetd' ,.itl tl att,. ti',in to h,' retident- In it-h lo',er lt , :," o A l,''r - ga ling ti - cut-oil road to lt.-li.'- hatsse atd we prinited d - in,- i:t:i .' in- :r,: th i.' 'i" gi:,-.,r .-hiojnug that it ,as tinpo-sibi toti al , ith tli ,. , istr , , i n of the road 'o:i tt itil tat lit,' great ia.tInitit t .itr i flIt 4..nti,. TIiie i- nt '.t available in t city trea'-ury for Se;,, .,', l 0' , ( tilln- it-,t r toad about tiour thousianld ,t ollar. bilut it .i: .. I I, b,.i " "l. i 'h1 l ' *,. i n is d rain, , . T" .. t ' t, hait L 'ic h thIl lif.tt,'r an. parti( litr attentionl havea ai Iu, :, :l it llt'-a thaT this Ipt .tthis rt: '' ty ati ot he drained by the Htero i ; !'il at, r.til ,t '.- ar,' dog t.l i lltl t il t operation. TIi- prto dlure' Il'tt.tI i;tehrltan alpproiit - titd lthel ina\- no% bhaueng diverted tt tro ll the a.,II l -,tl;l 'J ' rjsol ir,ti,.tl ,' Itll-t t ill bi u:, 'd for the p lurpose o ,ullW : ., it ,r.'l ,,t:.t! 'a blch \i.! i r.lrnn all : t lhi- porlion oI .1lgi.r . The ,:r *::.," r l mi,,i h.h -t, ,n ol' tn t :i Illb - ,ti er t,. tiotn of Algitrs all agree lthat II.*ro plltntl al< tille h i' g' ta2 t enfliltti r to his retti and e iptc,'iail!y to .ll ,'r- ' an.d 'la( fullnile pal t allhhi, e h it h it originlily intendhed to drain i I it lhi:: I'tainage c.auit lhe brought atolilut ntl s-tch i arrangement` far'' iaidi that lthe putn s arte ailt tio handI thei \tter through lateral ana!i 1 h ill take- thi' .tier to thel ptllllp a i "'h ilald o or- in thIt -.- iont o I it. lhttr ic'.n t greatly apprt ciate i tl#i I 'iri rt- ,I the Matior antd tlh ('o ouncil togther titli the Set"erage and Nvattir lotard for theiir efforts in their hb half. d J LET THE PEOPLE RULE! \ nr'_ro woman of J a< kronvillk" teat i tour y'"a.r-old t hilod to deathl in , 11% iti it'rsin iots ha'-atd in a tlo t of a att-r tIc ttattlh r i t' oulltlri'- -. " 'it. W\\a-stern IG;i- ('(in-lrulcllo t'ii Co impany of Fort W\aVin'. Inld., tlurilislhtti t hirs for its -trikitng torkin:nittn to sit in shutil- they sar.'e picketitig thite 1 plant. I'rn-s a dispatcllhts reaI rt hIt a it oloreid ttlieriantl, i ratotr. prsitdent of tin educational institutio n in the south. wa- fis, t $:it tor inlto\ication and for l1 carrying l t riazor. i T1"wo menii asked it saloon-kelli ter in Ntew York to tilke themi a drink which th'e) called "an ancetl's dream.t n While he was looking up the recipe for it U they rolibt-d hiti of $a'n. Senator Sherman, whom Illinois presented for the presidential nominilation S Sat ('hitcano, when a boy. peddled apples at 10c a peck on the streets at I Macomnb. Ill., where hie was born. si A ('hicaco girl killed herself with poison le'cause her sweetheart accused b her of keeping company with somebody else. On the same day, three other -t woment in ('hic'ago anid three men conimlittedl stult ide for various causes. Seven members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers e were arrested in (hit ago during the strike, and confessed that, for $6 a dat at apiece. they had been dynamiting property and putting lies in jeopardy. fr A minor ('cautht in a cave-in at Eureka. Utah, was slowly crushed to death. s without hope of rescue, and for 4,a minutes before his death calmly gave direc tlions about his property and sent his last maessage to his wife and tive young r1 children, lie met the' end without a struggle. Pe Dr. lHudlson Stuck. Episcopal Art hdaeacon fromn Alaska. says: "I have al ways had a sort of dread of trained sociologists, of anthropologists, of politi- m <al oconomists, of psycholgi"al pedagogues and graduates is similar subjects. I would rather be human and dirty. than inhuman and clean." ri The president of Union ('ollege, in his baccalaureate address, said: "To be perfectly respectable is a great handicap nowada} s. especially for a woman. ti if she aspires to be among the liberators o: her sex." lie said the old adare me was "lie good. sweet maid. and let wno will be clever," while the new adage is "le alever, and let who will be good."-Leslie's. ti o-f the Donner and Mrs. J. P. Nolan. [tit. Victor Perez, son of Ely Giordano and and Olympe Perez. Sponsors, Victor Escousse and Aurelia Perez. out Mary Marguerite. daughter of dis- Olivier Martin and Josephine Wil the liams. Sponsors. Michel Tickree and he Octavia Tarlton. ood por ays Ing. ces pith 1M. bas al- Gallinghouse - Thorning - On last Wednesday, July 12, 1916, Miss Ed wina lavenia Thorning was married to Mr. William Allen Gallinghouse at ne- Mount Olivet Church. The bride was formerly organist at Mount Olivet. and is still a member of the Sunday school teaching force. The Rev. S. ,w . Vail officiated. This marriage was he solemnized under provision of ('anon er 40-section 3. Our congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy ;tfe are theirs on this joyous occasion. til On last Thursday evening the Rev. K, S. L. Vail delivered a missionary ad u- dress at St. John's Church. Third and or Annunciation streets, to a large and F attentive congregation. "Personal Ex p11 perience in Mission Work" was the rt subject. The speaker also made an in appeal for missions in Louisiana. r Our Sunday school teachers are , leaving one by one for their vacations and soon the rector and the superin g tendent will be left to solve the prob. lem alone-or else go off on a vaca- be tion, too. Miss C. R. Swift is now spending her vacation in Gulfport, Miss., Miss E. A. Guillot in Covington, La., Mrs. L. G. Daudelin in Monteagle. a Tenn.. Mrs. W. A. Gallinghouse in Sioux City, Iowa, Miss Marvel Walters O Lt in Sour Lake, Texas, Miss Irma Lee Ir French and Miss Irene Lillian Brookes P3 in Hleartsease Park; Miss Eugenia 8: e Herbert in Atlanta. Ga.. and the others at are soon to follow. th P Services on Sunday at 7:30 and 11 ni a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Text for Sunday wl evening: "Except your righteousness Ai shall exceed the righteousness of the 01 scribers and Pharisees ye shall in n, ga case enter into the kingdom of an heaven." St. Matt. 5-20. w( kii evi by * de' *in off sol Divine services will be held Thurs- of day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Services of will also be held on Sunday at 8 a. m., dat the sermon treating the Gospel lesson no for the day, Luke 5. 1-11: "Forsaking or All and Following Christ " It has pleased the Almighty God to of summon out of this vale of tears into Il- the rest that remains for the people of nd God during the past week two of our fellow-members in Christ. Mr. F. \,Weber. Sr.. departed this life Thurs day morning. July 1.th, his earthly Sremains being committed to the earth on the afternoon of the 14th. Mrs. Nicholas Gould. nee Rennenberg. de parted this life Saturday morning. July 15th. burial taking place on the I6th. May the God of all comfort con sole the hearts of those stricken at the loss of their loved ones, teach them d to think of their loved ones as now partaking of the inheritance of the saints in light, and teach us all to prepare for our end, which comes shortly. Everyone is cordially invited to at s tend all our services. n T No News Received This Week. Z "HAPPY TEN OUTING." "Iappy Ten," a newly organized JI social club. composed of some of our Cl best known young ladies and gentle- Jo men. gave their first private enter- It tainment of the season, at Hero Park., a distance of fifteen miles down the Mississippi on the route of the New Orleans and Grand Isle Railway. Chartering a special train, the hap py throng left the railway station at li 8:05 a. m. over one hundred strong;Pak and proceeded down to Hero Park. to the the strains of the melodious music fur- the nlshed by the Magnolia Orchestra, tic which had been engaged for the day. Ru Arriving at the park, the fun began. Ip On the pavilion an indoor baseball on game was played between the girls on and boys, and strange to say the girls plI won in a walk, largely aided by the pih kindness of Henry Johnny Umbach, ing who oclated as umpire. The next event on the program was a water melon eating contest, which was wonllfin by Michael Kirby Barrett, "Blooey" Go devouring three of the luscious fruit gir in ten minutes. Kirby also cattied ing off the honors in the female imper- Mo sonation contest, his garb being that I of Sis Hopkins. Another big feature lot of the outing was the Nigger Reel, Vei danced by the following couples: Cat Michael E. Donner and Annette Fabares, Henry Johnny l'mbach and Letia Cook, U1. K. Barrett and Verlan Brodtman. John T. Morrison andl t Mr. G;ladys Short. Adtlph Suhlren and i the Thelmlta litoinety, Alisin IHopkins al de' h'' Cle-o .,arrero. .Jiusin I'utjol and ('or ina e' neliat Ma lthln. S,\vral cxhibi tions Sof fancy dtiar-i .: ,ere. iv.,e- i h t ,s drain- I'. Skelly. C. .\. Stark. t aiile . N, ,n. hi, hI M' ra Kelly.. a. . i;erretts and No,,1 rso-nal Parntientat. t \as Severatl o : -ts :\t re unearthld at mtilt.- this ialffair. nota ly aniona: aih iei r' irmat Mr. Gus IBarrett, abhose il.i.er re'.di Si b . tin of l.ittle lit of ileavenx ant itotr "Mother Machr,' aulld nate mad,-) v thle. John MIt'orniack blu-li aithl sbhai' thier' Th I party left Ihero l'ark at ; 1, p. nI1 ": In. thound for rnet'. \oiting that it was the grandest tinle tthey had in ia er their life and hoiing that they toutl inited beo toether again. ite to The per.sonnel of the "'llappyl Ten"' "oullit are as follows: y for Misses Annett Fabare.s. V'tri lain ut it ttridttian, lThelma Itoonetn y. ('anril,' Nelson and I:rmiinie lioppi.r,. and the, e a' Mt'ssrs. 1.\ i hael K. lionner, 1. K. Hero BaIrre tt. his. I'. Skelly. Me1t in J. K,,.e 'ture nin andi A.Urey Gainnie. I thlie Tiht A SURPRISE APPRECIATED. t ti, t " to A few etvetninl<.s amu at hit lotle on 1 Irait I Eillira at '-inue, t r. W. It. O,'ens and are ife were re-iipients of a jolly andt na l- gentlluint.ly llihtful surprise that tvi ( dlnced the esteen of their numnerous the' friends. and Those present were: Messrs. Gus Peterson, T. Daley, J. Kaptpler, G;. Lawson, W. D. D. alker. II. Martinez. J. Bevan. T. Sutherland, J. J. ridlon. I'. QJuinlan. .. .\ikunan. Janmes IPeter son, It. Andetrson, 1'. I. Choate, M. Vinet. \\illiami Seeneyv . M. Nolan, II. A. Pujol, S. Gri est..J. Foley, Ceo. shed Senner. A. Gauthreau. H. Iteneck.y, J. ttO' 0 onnor,. K. V.I'uckett. M3. t'ouget. C. McC'loskey, A. Anderson, S. Jar I al mison. J. Grimes, and the guest of for honor, who at the saime, time was host h in his hospitality-, Mr. WV . B. Owens. hiluh Mr. Gus Peterson made the speech (1 Or it of presentation in his usual happy lt rein of fitness that found full re cI sponse in every listener's heart. s at Mr. John O'C'onnor at the conclu-R sion of the other speeches recited a ised brie, but brilliantly appropriate p poem. ti The chairs presented as tokens of ni ters esteem were elegant and spacious Si da\ and the spirit of good will and hearty friendship was voiced in the fine re ath. sponse of thanks by Mr. Owens. Mr. J. Bevan was chairman of the ung presentation committee, and Mr. Peterson toastmaster. l- The happy occasion was in compli- a ment to Mr. and Mrs. Owens on the t seventeenth anniversary of their mar riage. ih TO Every one present had a happy an. time long to live in the mansions of memory. mu After drinking several toasts to the long life, health and prosperity wi of the happy couple, the "boys" mi formed in line and each shook hands se' ion ing with Mr. and Mrs. Owens to empha size their good wishes before de to parting. ato Mr. and Mrs. Owens have been of lifelong residents of Algiers and the An )ur surprise party was merely a spon- nut F. taneous and genuine outburst of fol rs. feeling on the part of the "boys" jo, to show their appreciation of Mr. we rth Owens' friendship, and indicates how Mil rs. popular "Bill Owens" is in his baili- Th de- wick. Ma he Chu n-DANCE. em Misses Ethel and Bernice Williams Sentertained a number of friends with he a dance Saturday night. The hon to orees were Miss Bessle Williams, Miss the es Luclle Gautreau, of Baton Rouge. In Other guests were: Misses Annie C(urren, Pearl Collette, Thelma John t- son, May Meyer, Lllian Burmaster, She Mary Spellman. Ethel Foster Lilllan he Tuft, Ruth Tuft, Alma Martin. Gene- but vive Hauer, Juanita Hofstetter, a Thelma Moffef. Dot Labit, Weda Wallis. Leona Verdue, Mildred Hem- B melrich, Adry Meyers. Velda Le- just Blanc, Hettle Moffet. Alice Horn, Net- Si tie Horn; Messrs. John Braai, Doug- an las Braai, John Smith, Francis she Zwicke, Claad Entwistle. Leo Phillips, sine Fred Shosser, R. Bereaux, J. Dupre, Hi Oswald Watkins, of lHouma: R. J. pove Williams, Stanley Crandford, Ben Mli. for lantz, Tom Shields, Singleton Ney.- band e land, John Mayers. Clyde Bourgeos, mon. d Justice Labet, Willie Hoffsetetter, swer r Charles Entwistle, Frank Lecourt. to tl !-John Pujol, Willie Bennett, Earl Wil- Sh hlams, Mr. Kennair, Willie Croft. ago, pronr BIRTHDAY PARTY. ed a feet, Quite a most enjoyable evening was W Sspent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. povel L. Cunnlngham's, the occasion being for i Sthe fifth anniversary of the birth of the I their son. Lionel. Singing and recita. lost tions were rendered by several of the and guests, and all sorts of games were ronn indulged in. Among the games was had one called the "Donkey Game." the vier I one pining the tail in the correct buld Splace receiving first prize and the one , pining the tall farthest away receyiv. Ing booby. BRU The successful players were: lMiss Imelda Cunningham, receiving Cha first prize for girls; Miss Ethelda order Goodlet, receiving booby prize for Reyne girls; Master Borden Stalcup, receiv- pern Ing first prize for boys; Master Thos. sins, Moore, receiving booby prize for boys. Invesl Among those present were the fol- fet lowing: Misses Clement Stalcup, handl Verlan Billenburg, Ethelda Goodlet, agqd Carmelite Glepert, Mary Crowley, 1 o'cl nette Rosalind 'rowley. Genevive t'rowle-. and li nt.lda ('unninctianl and .Mildred C'un irlan ni.:har: .Ma-t.-r Thi -. Moore. I,is. and C'r.ow y. Ilnrd n Stalc'u and L.inl and 'un:ninarl. ianl. Mr. an id lMrs - i :. :nld \h.- V. 1I and Z. Gi,..,r!t ( o r"- \ '1 I rv - -ii? ;..It :i -lr lI _ f ilt 'II lit l io n s l t" 0I I . ;t a il T t -y h a .lt - ri.,l lt ,t I ,1 0 - "I.I , (.tii . ,. 'ill 1 .. t hj1 !s- l i . ii.' 1 11. l '! 't N o. ] u l ,fil 1,r,.-..., -1 ;it %.-r, CISTERN REMOVAL TO BE EN '"dii- FORCED IN CITY. an t nade' The S-w .race and \ 'at.-r Board mli. a ill t-nforce its re.-olution for r,-nlota! I' P. of -istrns. The . oard, at :ts nl ,tt it it inz Thursday nii hs. atve tluth orit. t in fto thnt- -ne-ral siupc rinte-idItt. 4 orc 1 t) 11 G. Ei arl. to de imoliýh ci tert w h, n own.-rs fail to conml, with the aw Tel" and attalch tilh . oppernse to til. prol. I erty. Of course, this appli s only to tlain pr'mises lavie, .ater til oneI tiois. tile K THORNING-GALLINGHOUSE One' o0f the loveliest we-dditits of the seis:on wa that of \i<-s Edwint I.avina Thorninn. the lharmingi yotun dauihter of Mr. anit .Mr Johs. M. Thiortrini. to Mr. William Alio n (;al oil linghouse. The coremon. took ;cla te and on \Wednesday. .luly 12. at :. o'.lo< k andt p. oi.. at Mount Olvet Episcopal evi ('huru h. RIt v. .,iilnev ,L. Vail o (iat rous ng. The sacred editil e was. beautifullty Gus decorated with palms and fertns and was thronged wi h relatives and nm. friends of the popular young couple. lon. ter- t the appointed hour tlie bridal party entered. The fair young bride. 1 Ian, leaning on the arm of her father. never looked more charming than in I her bridal robe of n. t over satin. . The train of tuile was worn mantle et. effect. Th. veil was caught with 1f orange blossomn. She carried at bou ost qiutet of bride's roses. The maid of honor. Miss Katie a eili Gallinghlouse. a sister of the groom. lily looked lovely in her dress of not. She t re carried a bouquet of bridesmaid roses. The groom was attended by Mr. lu- Roy Nash. i The young couple were the redi ate pients of many beautiful gifts from a their friends. They left the same eve of ning for a trip to Chicago and to sus Sioux City. Iowa. A rty The bride, who is the eldest daugh re- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Thorning of Seguin street, is one of the most s( popular young ladies of our town. tl Ir. For the past few years she has been tc a teacher in McDlonogh No. . School. tr and has been organist at Mount st he Olivet Church. The choir of the a ar- church rendered several numbers dur- h: ing the ceremony. th of The groom is a well known vouni man of our town. and has a host of so friends who congratulate him and h wish for him and his charming bride re , much happiness on life's matrimonial pa sea. o0' a- tu e MISS BOWERS ENTERTAINS. th on .n On Sunday night. July 11th, 1Migs of re Anita Bowers, of 433 Opelousas ave- e - nue. entertained a jolly crowdof young thl )f folks. The evening was a most en.-tic joyable one. Dainty refreshments de r. were served. Those present were: WMisses Rose Borgas, A. Borgas. tol ~ Thelma Olivler. May Bowers and 5o0 Maud Carlin; Messrs. Kirk Abbott. in M. Abbott, Justin Pujol. Jeff Gerrett, de' Charles Knop and V. Morgan. tin thi b AMELIA SMULLEN DIED. abl del "Little 'Mella" is dead. She died in sp s the Charity Hospital. She was buried In potter's field. "Little 'Mella" was not her name. F She was Mrs. Amelia Smullen. and she lived at 1111 Terpsichore street. but to the thousands who knew the cai midget woman who sold papers at cit various street corners and lately, at a Baronne and Common streets she was G just "Little 'Melia." to She died at 5 a. m., Saturday. after E an illness of two months, although she had only been In the hospital ite since Thursday. Her death, like her life, was in poverty. She had been married for the last five years, but her hus band, like herself, had ben ill for two A months and the larder had been Tue swept bare even before she was sent m. to the hospital. of i She was born in Algiers, .42 years the ago, and although at birth she gave Jose promise of being a perfectly normal ter child, she never became fully develop. lack ed and was said to have been three of feet eight inches. Wper When she married she believed her Mr. poverty was comparatively at an end mon for her husband was a watchman on Man the Boylan Protection police, but he their lost his place a little over a year ago and while she sold papers at IBa ronne and Common streets, he also EMF had a paper stand at Camp and Gra- Th vier streets in frot t of the I. L. Lyons a 6 1 bullding, its e per New BRUTALITY CHARGED TO OFFICER creat COUSINS. pay July Charges of unbecoming conduct were sum ordered made by Police Superintendent ReynoldsmIuesday morning against Su pernumlerary Patrolman James Cou sins, of 119 Olivier street, following an Gk investigation of a complaint to the et feet that Cousins was brutal in his 128-o handling of Mrs. Arthur Mollere, an meas aged woman, of 705 Bourbon street, at S. D 1 o'clock Sunday morning. Orlea wl.",. MAYOR, ANGERED, 'CALLS DOWN" 'un- GEORGE HERO. r,. 'I Interruptions Provoke Executive: Council Refuses $8.000 for r lit "Drainage" Project. 11: 11 Tl', : a In , a sll l e lll ialo ( fIr 1 1"r . : iL, " ; lh br:.l., and t ( ',r-' 1i ' :,". I1, .I ý t!i. .1 :. * rs o f tla qule' h.n e v' - T iLra L.. . 10 ri t. .p p r ,,v i l th , :' ,, .l ,w ,r . ., a n d W1 1 , , , lr i t a rn u d . i ' .w , EN- hlllditl t;e uiard ! i annuat l i+'"; r., t i tn o f 0.. n, i , )' t t h ' d r a i n a c , A ' ' . :irni thl I+i;osit' l ank f, r a -.'n i , o rot! ; ,'rt: hoid'rs l o .uin ihwy ' tI , 1iit ' " i,: li 'l si ll ht n'+ n M l',or lt, hr" r mint. Thii nil att r r. a !r, ni fi ly iia , ' .,tild !an thM r Il.i'- ra txe ;ll i \V.t', ' tioard ias t onl t, t ii an lct i. l lt it will noil t j r t fil r. l.arly to !r riit'. tent. l"oard has cony'- to t he , ont uu-ion ril ina 'ttil the late rals 'laini o-d to i t . nor. n.n try !y 1Mr. Hl."ro 1a:14 !,.."1n built. 1V, - :a ,' an r -.ld to witihhold th," niiou G a l-. evi' to th e' 'l] ,,'i llti .nes .tl tl, ' l' Ir la e district and utili.e- it in t!hel ''instr-li lo ion in of h thii lar ner ,anal Alhich latii Hiahl c- slt a.l ot !; 11n', . h n we\!. hal' ria- eotimpltet.d this we will n intinuel, th. ti luritar' I u itributli, n of t-.,, ' ll y ar to tihr di-tr'i t retpre's.'nte.l Mr Hero." andl 'el !:o M lor .'orteniled that th' ~ t n l! Ioe living in thie lower section of .1' i'iers wore' not gfeting any s,.rvi- ,. for idal the itoney paid ann i lly into thie reas 1 ide. ury of the l'laque nin. -.l..te.rstoni her. 1rainaite ilistri(t. The Myaor i-aid in property holders, appearing lbefore the s tin. Sewe.rae and Water Board wtin thl, 0tt" appropriation was ,considered. testilti.d tith thiey were not getting any relief. Ono. u pliroiperty holder stated there was nmore water on the land than before the tie agreement was etered into. am, .Mr. Hero made a strenuous argument the to get the ('ommission ('ouncil to pre- T es. \ail upon the Sewerage and Water Mr. Board to rescind its action. Commis stioner Newman made the motion up Pci holding the action of the Sewerage om and water Board. Ve to A GROWING HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA. li TION. tl )st servative lionwstead Association of vn. the cite has attracted widespread at- sr en tention and especially so in our dis ol, tric.t, where there are a good many th nt stockholders. The organization is only k he a little over two years old. and they af ir. have already accumulated assets to the extent of one hundred and thirty.- u n, live thousand dollars, with a surplus of of seventeen hundred dollars. They also -d have the wonderful record of having no ce real estate on hand, and they have al paid during the past two years 7 per cent annually to all of their depositors or' stockholders. One of th9 new fea- At tures of this homestead association is th the fact that the payment of interest is on pass hook accounts from the date ts of each credit makes them the strict- te e. est mutual homestead association in ii this field, and this is the only associa- in n- tion in the town doing this, they are ts deserving of special credit. The personal of the Board of fDirec- r s. tors of this association is made up of th d some of the staunchest business men t.In the city of New Orleans, and they a t, devote a considerable amount of their time to the association. The principle feature, however, of this association is that they have been ' able to pay 7 per cent interest on all doi deposits. This is the interesting and the n special feature of this association. All: d rep ing PLAYGROUNDS TO BE MOVED. side Mayor Behrman introduced an ordl- thel r.ance Into the Council authorizing the in t city to accept from L. Leon Vlllere. Paul Viilere. Albert N. Roberts, .T. dist Gaston Olvler and others, the dona- rusl tion of a triangular plot of groundl bounded by Opelousas avenue, Verret, EEvelina and Seguin streets. formerly used as a cemetery, to be used as a Al site for the Algiers playgrounds. Ital: tlon the 8TA881-MAUS. fora A very quiet wedding took place Inc Tuesday. July lth. at 7:10 o'clock p. cns m. at the Church of the Holy Name utel of Mary. when Father Petit united in try, the holy bonds of matrimony. Miss ttvCn Josephine Stasst, the attractive daugh. wats ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stassi, and Mr. Inst. .Jack Maus, son of Mrs. William .Miaus f of McDonoghville. The attendants were Miss Catherine Goodman and ling Mr. Marx Burmaster. After the cere- tie mony. Mr. and Mrs. Maus left for grap Marshall, Tex., where they will make and their future home ret The EMPLOYE8' SALARIES INCREASED crop The Texas and Pacific has ordered a 6 per cent increase in salary for all its employes who earn less than $100t nt per month, on the entire system. from light New Orleans to El Paso. The in crease goes into effect on this month's pay roll, and each man receiving his July pay check will find the additional sum. Gloriously good Italian Beauty Brand, sweetest and purest Olive Oil. )10-oz. bottles, 30c; 32-oz. qt. tins, 90c; 128-oz. gallon tins, $3.50. Always full measure. Write for particulars. V. Ge S. Dantoni, 520 Hospital Street, New Orleans, La. World's largest import. Pho e' of the best Italian Olive Oil. ad in Sdstrict . U:aU( , m, :,I ."u'letl' itive: "uinbteth " -. an o T o selai S '. Gonzal '.? - the Trosc !.. : ' daission S* d~nu Withg 1 Ir Sif m n ville an c fr Troscamir at Sue the help o; as Trosclri ,ters h i t rh is s ion th th,. lI n all d ..a.i. 1. r'.' : .FO R MERRItte ,r ti r, .':! 'h. affair: Phul Haa ".at ie (hei, Aug. umbach, J T I . fte blt iann . . o ichs, Wan, STut.er. pred Essing rer. W. A t ll , .ir ndl allotted .a tb y s th. loh an to wa chf , " as II;a In. \" ' want all the little bchy - th big girls as well as the m iy ky fssh ine ll brightea ol atr : a ll affair: Phil m basg fthe womn to watch for "eis Monk," which will appear oin T e ,. lerald. It will f O I t smilte to you ever, week 'mbr uJ. this funny cartoon. These lpach Teute edgercip Froed Esshiner. o . Ihkeys shines will brgh teln lald i WATCH FOR oh4f0. Alittc irls and all t is not monkey as the ig irls as narllg to makthe yo th while. So watch for "llBs-, An-halonk," Bwhich will appear ofadue r e seiptfmh feedt r doin oe oerpd Ixthe i rn brll a it- e e booklet showing and tellg i so il of the cereals are mladlad - in that great center. Mr. sheis II e the madest a trip throughe dt Silarge manufaturing concern a lw r the opportunity of seeng t d so the processes necessar to he mUs tIl e ad e arecip thoroughimo a 't- tie booklne sho ing andltebly g M n fature of these prepared foluid EXTENSIVE REPAIsI fo The John Klienkemper CtgltM Ii doing some very extenwisive d the grocery store, corner of VikLi Alix streets, and when fdrid I represent the largest piece ofs ing work on this aide of the rhi.r sides ilhe rat-proofing and C there will be other Improvemnl~l in the store, which will mlkel el the most attractive tgroeL I dlstrict. The work is d o Ie rushed to completion. Fruit Not Injured by Lr An agricultural sroiety of CIut Italy, carried out a thorough 15- tion of the ralleged injury d ll beties, ani, has completely the latter. Bees are aM to forate the skin of fruit, iadItb Incidentally that they sIc . of fruits injured by othur causens. The damage sontnr I itel t, these innCts Is dou to try. wild hirtd'. wind and hLl. e.ven more frequently tO bIUI wa:,rps. vine moths and oo r Inst,.atl ttf being harmfnl to ned ineyards, bees perfal t o fil erviiO if effeting the Ilnntrun of flowers and esjehi tlnge of frlIt. as well as the. tlon of ,laedl fruits (ld grPenp t, -aIIklnn the jiee s1 - nnd thtl Irs-vnlng ferm.to5I rot e.urlting to sound lM 3 The orc'lnrds :rid vlncyrdy aL ed tv t*,,.. give the moot crop.t.--Stlentlflc Amerefl. Optimistic ThosiSM. Interest blinds some pIO l lightens others. Get o're of these lk,i Phonographs Free -- See ad in this issue.