An Overcoat or a Suit
is a Practical Present
to Give to a Boy
Juvenile Overcoats; all-wool; stylishly made in single or double
breasted style with convertible or Eton collar; an all-round belt'
and waistline effect is liked by all boys; the colors are solid blue,
solid green and combinatoin colors of brown, blue and gray; sizes
are from 2 to 10 years; the prices range from ......11.00 to 20.00
New $all Suits; featuring particularly suits with the adjustable
belt in either single or double-breasted models; this adjustable
belt makes it possible to wear the suit either as a waistline model
or as a Norfolk model; included also are Leatherized Suits and two
pants suits; the color combinations are brown, gray, green and
checkered patterns; sizes 8 to 18 years; prices ... .10.00 to 25.00
SUITS FOR LITTLE BOYS
(From 2 to 8 Years)
Junior Norfolk Style; made of all-wool serge with slanting
pockets and all-round belt; a detachable pique collar adds to the
beauty of thle suit; blue, gray, brown and a pretty black and brown
combination are the colors; prices ..............9.50 to 15.00
Middy Style; made of the same material with either long or
short trousers; price .......................... .......12.00
Jack-Tar Model; all-wool blue serge suit in which the trousers
are buttoned to the waist; on the right sleeve is a red and white
silk embroidered emblem which gives to the suit the needed touch
of color; sailor collar and straight knee pants; price ........12.00
Holmes Boys' Clothing Section-Second Floor
D. H. Holmes Co.
... ..I L P1 .... ... IMITED w I.
GILKY SWips ---"
Friday-This was a fine nite for
sum fun so Jake and me tick tacked
a old lady which has no husband &
she cuam out & ketched us & invited
us inside & give us punkin pie 2
eat & milk & ast us 2 cuam back 2 see
her agen. Jake sed 2 me he, was
kinda of ashamed. me 2.
Saturday-Mister Gillem ast pa
a riddle*& he sed Why is the news
C ANDY I You Love Hr You Will Give
Her Some of Our Fine
THAT WI LL BOX CANDIES
PLEASE We will offer a complete line of 'Elmer's Goods, including their
PLEA SE standard packages filled with the goodies that the ladies and chil
dren will enjoy.
Ask to see Elmer's Justats, Louisiana Matd, Par Excelltece Paramount Nut Meats, Milk
Ck2wolates, Brasil Nts,'ri of Sweets, Southlands, Roselands and the Irresistable Package
with tlree trays of special bleads of Checelates. Prices per box. from 35 up to $7.50
File Candies, in bulk, for the Christmas stockings
and the kiddies, per pound
. 40c up
---- O T' Could you think of anything more suitable for the
lady's dressing table. We have a vety large stock
specially priced for the Holiday Trade.
S$uteea of Natural Odors, from 25. mp to $15.00.' P mery Sets, $3.50 p tor
$i0 $ .0 .
Fam' PYeWL p Se' s r ar n lated P -acieu .
Ic eit Thmm estoles, $UJ up.. Pie Cigam in Bomes of ermet sizes, $.1
CHRIS S ICE CAM FROM US
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papers of today like the wods was
in Mithologickal times whatever
them are. Pa diddent know & mis
ter Gillem sed Because they are so
full of Dry Ads. They laffed. It
went over my hed.
Sunday-pa cum home from
church & he sed 2 me that he had
saw mister Ray. a going down the
street in his new Chalmers. ma
misunderstood him & I herd her a
telefoneing 2 Jake's ma that Mis
ter Ray had went erasy for he was
out on the street in his Pajammers.
Monday-This morning pa was
smileing to hisselt & finely ma cud
dent stand it no longer & she sast
him what was a tickleing him so &
he replyed & sed they was 2 be a
Lodge meeting tonite and they was
2 give a Candydaje the third degree.
ma sed she cuddent seen enny thing
so laffable in that. Then she sed
I dont see why us wimmen cant have
Lodges & such & have the third
degree and etc. Pa told her is was
because they are secret orders.
Tuesday-pa tuk me out in the
country in a waggin today & we
past a big house wich belonged 2 a
congressman or sumthing & it had
grate big chimleys on it & big porch
es & pa sed they was all so a big
morgidge on it 2 only I cuddent see
enny thing of it.
Wednesday-this was pa's birth
day & I got him a nice pare of sox
& give them 2 him. He seemed
very pleased & sed Thanks & then
he sed I should ought 2 have tuk
out the bill. I had them charged 2
Thursday-Jake told Blisters to
day he should ought 2 wash his
Isthmus & Blisters sed What you
mean by my Isthmus & Jake sed
You know a Isthmus is a neck of
Born to Lieutenant and Mrs. S.
Bright (nee Elise Cauvin), of 1041
Farragut street-a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Coley. of
914 Brooklyn avenue-a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Favoy, of
702 Slidell avenue-a boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pernell, of Le
Boeuf street-a boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. V. Bonnano,
of Marerroville-a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Burgan, of
913 Patterson street-a boy.
Born-At Hatel Dieu, to Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Mathe (formerly Miss
Vivian Zeringue), of 4534 Chestnut
Phone Us Your Where YoS G i
ORDERS PRICES as We
Algiers 50-9158 QUALITy
Your Holiday Supplies Are In Our Mind
We Want You to Have the Best
We are ready for immediate delivery at your call for
TURKEYS CANNED FRUITS CIGARS
CHRISTMAS CAKES FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
CRANBERRIES FRESH FRUIT , CANDIES
PLUM PUDDING . DUCK--CHICKEN MIXED CHOCOI
Christmas Trees in All Sizes
THEO. J. LALA THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERY .. TECnE SSl
Civil DistriJ Court. C
In re Wm. A. Naccari, to charge I1
Succn. of William H iffstetter
amounts to $2,750.
Emancipation of Henry John Hil- 5
debrand-A. G. Williams and F. Wil- I
Elenoria Hadley, wife of Andrew 4
Singleton, v. Andrew Singleton, di- ?
vorce-Robt. O'Connor. L
Sueen. of William Hoffstetter, pe
tition to homologate family meeting.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mrs. S. E. Herbert to N. O. &
Lower Coast R. R. Co., lease prop- I
erty 414-16 Powder bet. Alix and
Pelican, term ending October last, s
1921; $23 month. r
Chas. P. Rauschkolb to Frank
With winter comes the nec
essity for warjn, coats for
yourselves and the children
that are at once pretty and ser
vicable. We invite your in
spection of our coats in the
knowledge that you appreciate
These Ceots in all the new
est shadee-in Velours and
Silvertone. There are both
belted and loose effects and
some have the new Dolmans.
Values up to A$5.
Very pretty and girlish mod
els, ranging from 14 to "1
years. T'ey all have attrae
tive plush collars and are
button trimmed. They are
really exceptional values.'
ModeW t fll eolos and
trimamed na a meany ft-mat
was tLhat eeah is distimtive
isees trena 4 to 10 years.
Value frem Ssge * seos
fsm.. .. ser '
Ostyne, lot Atlantic, Pacific, Oie
loussas pnd Evelina; $2,500 cash
Frank LeCourt to Congregation of
All Saints Roman Catholic Church,
5 lots Ptolemy, Teche, Socrates and
Brooklyn; 4,000 cash-Llambias.
Julius Bodenger to Suburban B.
& L. Assn., lot, Park Blvd., Nunes,
Teche and Ptolemy, $4,000 cash
Purchaser to Wm. T. Dunn, same
property, $4,000 terms.
Julius' Bodenger to Suburban B.
& L. Assn., lot, Park Blvd., Hermosa,
Nunez and Lawrence $4,000 cash.
Purchaser to Augastus Salome,
same property, $4,000 terms-Loo
Christopher Herbert, Sr., et al., to
Suburban B. & L. Assn., lot, Pelican,
Bell,'ville, Vallette and Patterson,
Purchaser to Abraham Casler,
same property $3,000 terms-Loo
Miss Agnes C. Donner to Savings
and Hmstd Assn., lot, Opelousas At
lantic, Pacific and Slidell, $2,500
Purchaser to Chas. A. Durgin,
same property, $2,100 terms-Man
[ LIYVEIHOLLOU 1O All GLOBE IISURAICE CO.
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The Charm of Simplicity NM
This Queen Anne Bedroom
WUHEN you purchase this suite you will be making a
investment in futui happiness Such furniture as this
well serve for a life-time or more. Its charm will con
to please as the years roll by, for thdedign, workmnshiP
material are of the simple, enduring type..
The muite consists of cbiffonier, bed, dremer and tst table; Is ad
mahogany or walnut only and is priced a .peia tractrie
tht cannot be duplicated in the city.
Came and see our many other trfh-qua R tIr fmnaik aulsdaIS C
" the aore where yor money ~pl ptubare than
easY "Pgrt Casa
BUTla OR CLESH
S Careadsilt a Hswrime p e
Globe Indemnity Company vs. R. E.
8tenger-On Tuesday, December
2d. at 5:30 o'clock, Michel Stenger,
husband of Katie Haaser. Deceased
was fifty-six years of age and was a
native of Alsace Lorraine. Members
of the Engineers' Local, of the Rail
way Mail Clerks and the Knights of
Columbus attended the funeral, which
took place Wednesday evening, at 3
o'clock, from his late residence, 526
Pacific avenue. Interment was in St.
Spengler-On Friday, November
28. at 7:45 o'clock a. m. Theofield
Spengler, husband of Mary Hormle.
d:cd at the age of 57 years. He was
a native of Alsace Lorraine. The
funeral took place Sunday afternoon'
at 3 o'clock from his late residence
1443 Port St. Deceased w's a mem
ber of the German Benevolent As
sociation of our town, of the Union
of Brewery Workers, and of the
SUNSHINE SEWING CIRCLE
On last Friday night, the Sunshine
Sewing Circle met at the home of
Miss Claire Keenan.
While refreshments were being
served, Miss Ma4r Spellman ren
dered a vocal selection "Blue Bird."
She was accompained by Miss Gene
vieve Hauer. "Home, Sweet, Home"
was played by Miss Ethel
everyone left after haeýe
most enjoyable evening,
Those present were ij.
Humphrey, Ethel H
Vanderlindea. Ethel pyoe
Hauer, Mary Spellatas,
nan, Mrs. Melvin Ks m º
Henry Alexander. Q
Melvin Keenan and FPa
Put up Ia PFae 1
Everybody R 'h
o G.a C. trl See
Custard ce (e
Both of these e*LL
Milk and Fredk s1
ential to health,
the American Pbi
Aesociatlon. 3et 11l.
and keep healthy.
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