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WILL BE LAIO UP NEW BOAT MARTIN BEHRMAiN WILL LEAVE JEFERSONVILLE MONDAY ( !' i, ' at t i .t . .i ý, '' t, 'h . ' r, ' b L ' II , . i:" th:< + h" : ..I ntir all ,- at,_ I foi Ii t.hilrsn+, ll . 1 "i ,1 Tt. r i, t , i-c r i ll -:, r, t,. 't i i i, ;, r ! h ,: bre ill t , t, 11or i . . tr- h . irý oil - ,r t. r. , ar* ll t l I t ,tt in W hilt ;,1, t,,-li t -'.',111. cis"the I, i i ' I , ti ," - w ill 1a t ,, , I. .I, ,: " r ., brinsi th-i, , ', ", . ) . l . r-) s-mll l t, n I e it S I .i , HELEN SKELLY PLAY DAY. ( rs i tl . , t,,? .,i! 1, n \11 , ." : , 1 -. 'i , .! . tith It*i 1 u . l, i 'i.i .. , :. I rat d a1 s I .I . - 1,. ,1 Nei t r l li.,1- '. t hl t . i ll . , . 11 'if lher. thIr ai,. , i ,t,' ,it: , p .i() ii . 5 )1 I'1 ~,, Ii- ,li~ ts- -S l I i:,'. -'t ., rrotn,1 Ir h,. h l,:i ,tr n o, , \l -,i, r- I LIhoa e lail h. I } ho u rs .t r 1 I, b , , , ,i" here aid hl tatt ie ihldr.ito- ii n ilsi. - ie .' ratE, l til to ), a .ho , Ir,' lt, Ithe: w llith I ltl- It. ltU iii ll -l r, ui t .\Ir. .iunlht - I t a'',i E,:, l" h, nit,' ,I short ,ilr. ae- - t ar. I t hstsi-l , pl . -roulndu i ()t-I- i I) t sl' i, tt:'. ill i ,( , 15I5551'.i.. MIr. Will-a 'ry 1 !'I' .0t fa tx ;. t sihe i ty c iunl in .hi : ,I tih, I'i. Lroulu s (i'ts lsiiii i s :i i , l, i M- 11 ' ior I lth, cthllslt i o .\lt,-t, . ' "'W ith a hl-art l ill .i joi t iii at ii tude I ac- l-lpt thiss plit 'ru I I " 'l thI children sat .lgi"rir and :a i Thanl his tlon Ir .,al or Islhrstia, anot thu colmmiitiee in char .e l.itt I lI (ti. in was liresientes i t ith a tilaunt l liiu quet of st It peas.. M11r. Nicholas (Callan Idestired ii pl triotic alddrles alter a hicth it, Ii it' wa. Isatsed b; Miss helt S ll> . a4sisii l by liss .l.May ItRuxooney and El:t: I I wald. its. .I. E. Ilisu kins . tr'sidlti., of the i'ltth Iistris t ('i i.. I.aL r iiu . it tas thiruish th. eltort'- us1 l, t-- iflth lIistrict I iv'i I.e~Leat:, and thth',u-h tlh. l. Biers i ll rot. v n s,(nt .\s o( r iat hon ith t there is a play groiund in \1i i rs. The Shrinrs Iund plil(yi eisd hrioulh the exercises. The followint assistsed in !thi iltig raisithg eleries: Ethel 'rit. .1trl:s garet ilytiel, Irima Lee Suthhrlandl. Harriet Muntz, Zelda lluckinst alond )l Nicklaus. The fotllowtinst girls took part in ths ' folk dances under the supervision i o Miss Eola Abbott: Norma A.utoint. El ba Oswald. i lelen Skelly. hI arri'-: Muntz. Evelyn P'ayaut, Emeldla lour geois, Isa)bel Mc'herison. May ioonli . Patricia Msuntz. Celia Muntz, Lillian O'Brien, Thelma McNair, Ethel Frost. Grace Stockfloth. Margaret Ilyinel. Maypolse--Emtielda Schrod ers. Ze'almi Judlin. Loretta Schaefer, ilda oylyan. Dotaie Toledano, .Adarth Mc Neelev. Olivia Bowers, Ernesstine Siiockileth. Lottie Stssl. Frances ''allbrisa. Vic toria Lnnox, Th. ulma Launan. Annis Trauth, Aline Poll)ock. Vivian eilllant . The children of the lelleville school danced the 'Kinder Polka and Chimes of liiunkirk undter the supier vision of Miss. Irene nBrookes. A game ol hldoor basehall was played between the I!. N. G. C. and the Crescents, the later winning with a score of 11-9. Mr. Jack Doswlins. coach of the II. N. G. C.. umpsired. The folloaing ladies served the re freshments: Mrs. W. P. Short, Mrs P. Hymel, Mrs. J. Morrison. Mrs. .I. ily., Mrs. Ranmos.ns.Mrs. Shloegl. Biert hiot. Mrs. Charles A.bbtt. men. Migel andl, Mrs. Howers. e Playgriiund Cuontmnission a ishi-s. thank all those who helped in mak g the Hielen Skelly Play i)ay a sUC cess, particularly the ladies who served and the little girls taking part in the program. GENEROUS OFFER. Beginning today after 6i p. m. Mr. Peter Ruip will begin the free dis tribution of s handsome drinking cup and tooth brush holder comnbined to all those of i is patrons who will ses the coupon out of his advertisment which appears in The iHerald today This little article is made of sitesI ans finished with white enamel and it will prove a very useful article in any bathroom. This little novelty which is on dis play in Mr. ulipp's show wimnow is very attractive and the samse article was for sale in several of the large stores only a few days ago. Mr. Rupp's offer will hold good only until May 13th, and these tooth brush holders will be given out in the order in which the coupons are received and as long as they last. If sou want to be sure of . ours bring in your coupon at once. DATES OF SCHOOL CLOSING. Upon the recommendation of Super tendent Gwinn, the dates for (losing exercises and graduations were fixed as follows: Normal school. June S; Warren Easton. June ,: Sophie Wright, June 5; Esplanade. June 4; Sophie Wright. commercial depart ment. May ::1; Esplanade and Warren Easton Commercial, June 1. Closing exercises in elemen~ary schools. June 7 and 9; Nicholls School. July :Il. BUYS LUMBER MILL IN CITY. Mr. William H. Ward. proprietor of the Algiers Saw and Planing Mill. has just purchased the lumber plant and yards of Henry J. Prados in the city. Two yards are connected with the Prados concern one being located in Hospital and Villere' streets and the 'other St. Peter street. This lumber business was purchased by Mr. Ward about April 15th. The management of the city plant will be under the supervision of Mr. Charles Noel. FOTI'S FOLLY IHEATRT Attractions for Week Ending May 12th Sunday. May 6 "Blood Will Tell." Wm. Desmond Triian, 0. part - "Fox Film Comedy. AllA Star. :art- "Pathe News of the Worlda's War," I :a " Monday, May 7. Love Never Dies." Ruth Stonehouse Illu biri . 5 ,,art.- "Episode 6 Secret Kingdom," Dorothy Kelly,.: ; ..r+ Tuesday. May 3. "The Blue Streak." Wm. Neigh. I'ti. ;p:irts "Daughter of Daring" .1:d. "Bix V Comedy." Wednesday. May 9 "A Daughter of the Poor.' Bessie Love. 'l'Trinir l. - ;.i "'Patrla" !0.h Episode. Mrs. Vernon Castle. . Thursday. May 1C. A Dream or Two" Mary Miles Min ter. l i .tuil . : : . - Pathe N ew s' of the W ar.' ,l, r J:"' t. Friday. May 11. "Passion" Deadly Sins Geo. Le Guerre. p- i'- 'Nick. O Time Baiby" Saturday. May 12. 'The Family Honor" Robert War SEVENTY-NINTH ANNUAL CON VENTION. I ,. . I . \ ! l I ' ,t ' I ' , ! t h I . . n r .t the' i- l, n'if t*.l I1it 7'at h 1i ltl(. fir i \' i I t. ' d. .:i l h, i.' , t li ,ili W l !:t "l. , I f triliat i h " It : i , ' I i .' ha I ' '1 : ,' 1:1 2111 lh[I ; .!* .l 't*Hr l - I'ii Ih' ll . h rah. b .n d Mrti Jicht i ..t -,l" 1111o t Il !i·, p i'" .. '. tinslt 1 -ttr! ' 'al ' ti,'i .r " "l i l ' ,ll irll " a'ni-f ' i" t :.'. i i i '! K:' 1"rit i aitl ,l ,.1r, hi :.l .hil' i. Iiif.fh-f 1r it,. 'ali'.:i' sI rilef, l I sIulrn litl i n, n0an1 '"I i tiii 'i..:nin a 1 . I :n ' ll: lr e oil. IT t' Tlllie l l\' Tsh it ili hnd irl id. 'a r lta . - t'll-l a'clrer e'ihinnieng n iit '' iui, at this ioft,. n a in ha .uf lul i il o, N 11if; t -.. - t1" "l:+ and "rida ys at th"* W\"il!u yI; .-n k illltd -' i nn itnta -ll 1, , a . i;l il ftill h e' in h:rc ol f 11is. iitf h. • llh. a.il at tilt- dolwlntowil "ve litll.- lilrl alis \ , 'ra Pirt oille lr. Ii la h i't .I olim ari lau:o i.r 111"d. lift' sa1 .,rs ai ii ligst aid iln truio. iirth Th he,. tank al th ithr n 2,nil. It n:i thu i l h 'n ' ite l llt fT "1 - It .s ' c l ,t s '- . 'n i .in , a lt. , r a r u n r o ne:,i I rA Ol f th, tl^:. op t l tl[l they hod. ind iarei no in full saoin h ienith an ill d ai''g ,enil anl.to llr\ iimatl ly 2 -, daily. Th ' i c'lass' s will i ,ontin to ihrS t ih Tank .u F..r MORE BRASS THIEVES. Thie s ntlh rd lthe Altairant ho1l.s5. :l-l1 eclt strfte dfurine: thmen patl fa tdail and . it l at t i' . nlrth aoftl las tix ltur is. T h , 1uildina is ton +1 I, . nrs i'hiarl te W. Abbott. ::te, Secuin e'i-t. ,hio re t iorts d li't l th eft to th'l po lia.. t'I.\lI It (;RAV'iIS A('t'Ii ENTAII IY i:1, ( )TS th AI1 nuEl, t. Elmer Grav'ois. 1m year-old \\'ashinge tion Artille r i recruit. n\ai shot throui. IThe heart wi ih . alih.r revolver \V .dneslle ay mlorni11: at hii. home. :ty;t liaiphille tre. he t. of fell dead at thil feet of e in s ituher. Mrs. nharl os . c llravoi.T, afthr walk binl at plel. m.sevral flt fallo te nedloo. \\hee the shoot ing ve. urred to the ki hen, and x claiming: i the iodn, de ('lard hoan r.avois hadi 'The pai'enlts of ir youeingian. hr. cwl isrs. (halne.i tnran oiser. -r, fi tr ith sidnt1 of orl own, aleh.ased in a lie ll ew of r. II..I.itai sblry and 1r. .I.S. liratois. The Fitth Grade A Partyn. $17.03. The results ofS the rfreshments sold at the bnolit ai the Folly Theatre was ilr-aed :OtN OGnts. makin th total $1N.ms. Mor, is exwhcted to be added. The Siath Grsdirs will give a part( tioe May trelh iat the Avenue Thatre fer th*. Roeitming Tank fund. There will he an attractive pro.ram, after tith therde will h dancine. A finer entroy prizle ill be givenno. The ric adults and ten c'nns for children. The party will begin at g p. m. ani last until 12. A meeod Mime is promi.ed nharBari of thes grade Prez. Maiss Wvertfill. 'ra BLe i Nnd Shook. lednHsday Dorning meeting. . This Hellnvill, school. .frts, Robert Danenhower. Louis Par Cat~etro, Eml Rloeamalao, May Pr~a.' Werlein's Business Is "Better Than Usual" In Fact Better Than Ever GROWING always growing, not only in volume of sales, but in public confidence, as ,vwoild be expected of an institution that has been putting music into Southern homes for thr-c quarters of a century; that has stood for ideals as well as business. "There's every reason \h! Werlein's business is better than usual. As an evidence of our faith conditions, and so that we may do our part in making busines it:ot only "Better Than Usual," but, through music, making more homes happier than usual. %c today announce for this week a Confidence Sale Of Well Known Makes of PIANOSand PLAYER PIANOS Every One of Which Deserves Your Utmost Confidence P 1 Chickering Fischer Behr Bros. Mathushek Werlein Angelus Pease Autopiano Special Terms and Prices This Week Besides offering special prices on many of the above well known, time-honored makes, we will offer TERMS THIS WEEK OF THREE AND ONE-HALF YEARS TO PAY weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual pay. ments, to suit your entire convenience. If you have an old instrument you wish to trade in, we will gladly allow you its value in part payment on a new piano or player. If you line outside of New Orleans, write a letter to Mr. Werlein himself-tell him what you are interested in and he will gladly assist you in making a selection of the instrument best suit Philip Werlein. Ltd. 60o Canal St. New Orleans ed for your home. The Werleins have always given personal attention Gentlemen: Please send me catalogs of makes to their customers. Write today, or if convenient call Monday. I have indicated at bottom of this coupon. Name-__ St ate PHILIP WERLEIN, Limited  Chickering  Autopiano  Pease Victrolas Records -1 Fischer ] Angelus [ Behr Bros. I I Mathushek [nWelJlehn New Orleans--605 Canal St.--Baton Rouge j-] Mathushek F] Werlein dos. ( harles Corona. James Reid. lred Burmaster, lihnry Rizzuto. Cocil Ilo tard. liacgio Maggio. Anna Perez. I , ionese Vitter. Mae Bolnar. Rose Or lando. Annette Johnson. Isabel King. FIra I)ubret. Ethel Leatherm. 3rd Grad(- A Ethel Pose(,. Madge Trottter. Charles Wahl. Alzina Ricks. Emmett Lingoni. Thelma Schaefer. Ernest Iluras. Iolores Diket. Ollie Sutherland. Hlarold Clapper. Paul,no, Mlaterlch. Nick Corona, Orelia Jor den. Henry Hlolt. Esther Barlotta. :3rd (;rade B Alzina Ricks. Elma Jorden. m. Witlherup. Sidonia John son. Thyra Ihotard. Elva ('anus. Flor ence Harvey. 2nd Grade A- Herman Diket. Mil dred McIntosh. Thelma Hintz. Edward Wilcox, Edward Scheib. Thais Yeadon. Alfred Richards. Lucille Bauman. Jos eph Guistlano. Ruth Hidden. Alice Baile;. 2nd Grade B--Dorothy Barichivich. Mike Loyacano. Eleanora Rooney. Ju lian Bateman. Rosena Ricks. h-DOl)N(OGH NO. 4 ROLL OF HONOR Eighth Grade A-Scholarship and delportemnt: Hart Schwarzenbach, Louis Laufer. Elliott Hafesbring and .lames Fillery. DIeportment: Stanley Barras. Eighth Grade B-4;eorge Rau. Seventh Grade A- Scholarship and deportment: Marion Rejan, Sidney Iiipuis. Felix M.cAnespy and Edgley Schroth. Scholarship: Reny An gelo. Seventh Grade B--Scholarship and deportment: Osmond Angelo and John Kramme. Scholarship: ~ee Hlalman and Archie Sinclair. Deport ment: Ralp Gerrets. Ansel Shirk, Ed ard Williams. Hileas Adams, Evans Mahoney and Alvin Hoffman. Sixth Grade A--Don Duffy, Stephen Cronan. Otto Meder. Albert Aikman. John Cleutat, Marion Crawford, Et Holten. Emmett Hardy, Warren Keenan, Eugene Leboeuf,. Beverly Le gendre. Ed Newell, John Roberts, Philip Saleeby, Hilary Schroder, Mar cel Serpas, Eugene St. German, War ren Treadaway, Dearo Trotter, John Fournier and Ed Curren. Sixth Grade B--Scholarship and deportment: Felix Borne, Mathis Crawford, Ray Keenan, Joaph 1ag gio, Frank O'Donnell, Ream Olivier and Melbourne Reed. Deportment: Iiugh Iailly and Ira Olroyd. Fiflth Grade A-Scholarship and deltlortmnuent: ILuis Cornan and 1er trand Peck. Scholarship: Joseph Trouth. Albert Monroe, Clarence Ar nold and Irwin Treadaway. Fifth Grade It--Scholarship and de portme nt: Peter Anderson. Henry hturlet. lames Calvin, tI'ger Gaudin and Willie Parker. Scholarship: .Iose,h ('alabrise. Alvin Covell, Fred .John, Albert Peeler. Noel Richard. (; otle Shorey. Roy Tagert and Rob ert Talbot. Fourth Grade A-- Scholarship and deportment: Alvin eI Blanc. Mlal colin Schwarzenbach. William Ger rety. Thomas little. Norman Nelson, Stclle ('ronan. Leonard Chauvin. Lee Mlenge. Andrew .McQuillian. Clifford Angello. .loseph Susslin, Stanford Willmore. John Curran, Ruben Pieri and Charles Sadler. Scholarship: Isadore Dtavis. louis Broussard and Henry Fournier. IDeportment: Al bert Mlewherry. Fourth Grade Bi-Scholarship and deportment: Charles Gerrets, Ethel bert lagarde. Julian Humphrey, Les lie Kirkpatrick. Roland Meyers. Ches ter ('amlies, Hlymel Amuede, Frank Lawson. Elmert Grundmeyer. Harold Tre.adaway, William Entwistle and Wllllom Entwistle and Elmo Voegtlin. Third Grade A-Scholarship and deportment: Frederick Kraemer. Victor C'ieutat, James I,. Higgins and Aloysius Serpas. Deportment: Mar joral Mc.Neely. Third Grade 1 Scholarship and deportment: Louis Htuberner. Schol arship: Marcel Roth, Frank Haw kins. Bernard Covell and Ma1lcolm O'Donnell. l)eportment: Nathan Forrest, Armond Delcalzal, Mark Amuedo and Freddie Hambacher. Second Grade A-Scholarship: Gus tave Dressier. I)eportment: Iouis Peterson. Second Grade B-Scholarship and defortment: Vincent Trauth. First Grade A-Scholarship and de portment: Preston Delcazal, Bennie Weimer, John Fagert, Charles Fink, William Bommer, Louis Chauvin. Al fred Decker, Harold Neuer, George Leber, Harold O'Brian, Lester Smith, Borden Stalcup, John Whale., WilOlW Vinson and Leas Soulart. PERSONALS. ('Continued from Page I i Mrs. George W. Mcl)uff left Sunday for her home in New Iberia, la. Mrs. II. l.. Wallace and little daugh ter, of Port A rthur. Tex. are spending a'%hile here with her parents, M1r. and Mrs. ...I. Vanderllnden. P'atrolman Sansovich. of the Eighth 'reein, t. was called upon to shoot a do:, in Elmira Avenue. between Eliza and Evelina Streets, Saturday morn inc. the animal having been injured by an automobile, the owner and driver of which are not known. Mr. Vivian Oulliber will graduate with honors from the New Orleans College of Pharamcy on May 16. .Mr. Oiilliher is connected with Chris Ib. Stumpf. druggist of Tehe Street. The i ommittee in charge of the euchre arranged for the benefit of the ('hild's Welfare Clinic in Algiers, to take place at the parlors of the Al hambra Gymnastic Club on Tuesday. May s, have about completed all de tails for the event and a most enjoy able time is anticipated. The commit tee in charge is composed of the fol lowing: Mrs. Wallace lampton, c(hair man: Mrs. C. lloffetctter. Mrs. .lames Garland and Mrs. IR. J. Williams. Valuable prizes will be awarded. Mrs. Thomas Nolan of MlDonogh ville presented her husbard with a baby boy last week. On last Saturday a jolly crowd went on a blackberry hunt to Stanton Plan tation. The trip was made in Dr. J. E. Pollock's auto. The crowd, chap eroned by Mrs. Tackaberry. was com posed of Misses Helen Tallon, Emnma Collins, Carmelite Goff and Dorothy and Mildred Murtagh. Mrs. W. Eastwood spent the week end with relatives in Slidell, La. Messrs. L. W. Peterson and F. C. Duffy will represent Santa Maria Council, K. of C., at their convention In Monroe this week. Mr. and Mrs J. Mermillion are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a baby boy at their home last Fri day. Mr. Gus Traub of New York has bhen spending a few d ys with his mother. .Mrs. E. Schmitt. Mliss IAois Watter has returned froum Lafayette. La.. where she has Ieecn attendIing school the past term. Mrs. Leon I aniel ofi Texas is the gle-st of her sister, Mrs. '. ... Horne. i'fe- Thursday Night Euc'hre Club \ as entertaine d last week by Miss 'tella Alhribat. The succ'essful play ers were Miss Stella Abribat and M rs. C. Iloffstetter. Miss Mary l'raub received the consolation. Mrs. E. .1. Mothe. will be hostess at the next meeting. Mrs. Aug. Sehahel. Mr.:. 11. .. Stan l)uryv, Mrs. .J. E. lArio, Mrs. S.adue G. Smith. Miss Irene Macintosh and Mr. C. House lelt yesterday for Hlam mond. La., to attend the Grand Chap. ter of the Order Eastern Star. Mr. Shade G. Slnith expects to join theme to-day. Miss Angie IRiodan entertained the Jolly Twelve, Euchre Club last ~ ce(k. ,The successful players were Misses Rita Iousselot and Julia Ilirney . Miss Cornelia Murphy rce 'eived the consolation. The .Miss.es tRousselot will entertain at the next meeting. Miss Marie Roy, after spending: a few weeks here sith .Miss Ie-na ('ross. has returned to Covlngtoy. Mrs. Sidney Cross, Misses Carrie and Lulu Cross. Virgie and Gertrude Ir-vy and Susanne Norton were visitors to Mrs. Henry Ay.cok ae-wl Mrs. L. ('ross Sunday. Mrs. It. E. IIingle and children and Mrs. E. C. Kohn of Pointe-a-la-ltache, I a., were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Borne this week. Mrs. Lena Cross spett a few day: in Covington this week visiting Miss RIoy. Mrs. P. I.. Hanson, of Galveston. Tex.. is the guest of her nirce, Mrs. .I. Barrios, in Seguin Street. Miss Adele Barrios returned to her home at .IJesuits Btend, after spend ing a few days here as the guest olf Mrs. J. Barrios. Mr. B. F. Richardson has just re turned home, after an extensive trip to the Pacific Coast, having visited San Francisco, Los Angeles, Catalina Island other Calitoralt resorts. Lou)is W. Pete*rson has reta11 fronm an extensive business l through the North. 1Miss Emrnna George has had ub ruiest little TIeverly Roy BrolS-edd Lafayette. I.a. Mrs. II. L. Vallette spent Sual Mb Covington. a . the guest of Ma _ ;. Hayes. Mliss Lillian llolton spent "S here with her aunts, after UM her oorun iniinii on Sunday. Mr. Adolph Spitzfaden sent a rd for $', t. Mlis. Eola Abbott fith S\ i:naring Tank Fund, who tVn same over to Mr. Di Benedett. The dlane to be given by ti Ti. .. of th11 Maccabees on Si1F \lay :. at the Pythian Hall. $ affalir \on cannot afford to mi3h RItview earnestly solicits the I-W ,' its mre ihers and friends. B10 to -onre yourself and tell your [-M M:r. and Mrs. Hlugh Alba COld liinsvilhle T",x , are the gol d their mothtr. Mrs. E. O. CoIUl i'eli, an A.\ r 1'. Mlis; i:;is I,e eourt left W nday miornin, for ('ovington,, I., be the v.iist of her aunt, Mr. .li. \artha M, Neely is rec1 inh the I',,inclon igh 1ce E:ntlish ;at th,. State Rally n lIoui, this ireek. Miss \nna l,irise McNeely I b" ladlr of the g leo Club cbO r New rhn ('oll,.g. They wig 1i I ,n e r.i 1. l : ni ,ht, at 8 o'0 at , th, A\r.-,!i I ' lall in co-.i with tlit. \anolin and Gultar Th, tuli. i, ordially invtd \is I:,hi, Laindry of BSi. T"".. ,was a visitor here th0 4, of her ;. osin, Miss Clairia Rli r. .\. I:urke returned T31 nti t , l', insacrola and ftr@ bib. . ., a in WednesdaI :- C;,, , " Illl ,.brand and d_ trr. Viola. :ir I son. Ah t. gi. ts ,f \!r. and Mrs. J. L. 11 'Mr. anl \tr-. Thomas l Ioristottn. T .. were gustl L and MIrs Turn Schaefer Vof Street. Mrs. Ilailey was Miss lolne Hildebrand. Miss .iamie Koning left Philadelphia to attend the Convention, which is belag this month.