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Sow-- - The Hatter bt a R luted al.,, waitig; for inlSp. (Call gg.L ATVZ T R- ORIGINAL 001 NO BRANCH YARDME pLost 1s00Fll CO.e Inc. Sag. Reaspart ntrute C ienas wank o& Irust c Iompany :of L aOnsO. a :: 1 Gra er - Street OLDES SANK SOUTH 1 lamps es and War Savings Stamps for Sale Deposits Bear 4'oh In terest. ceepognded Semi.Annualy .Interesepay.ea on prnebL m vv-- ?A COMMON , cheapest and only cx c. t le A0,, Louth. T'I; IBE lL--Agenut tor rte best makes s Crn t ver Johnson. Phone .d1 C.stborne St. Tlake N.: rmC,-r.-SM e ( eat"'it s and tave cl.a w m in 3 i. C orn e C s TiIS is " Sta. New Orleans. ct r gd and ytttor Fresh meat any t]me FA 1c t A lR SE. Pre. is Algirers every Thursday. e' Seed & Poultry Co. BROODERS, IEEDS 0PLOWER. FARM AND t)! l SKSDS. oos5t. NEW ORLEANS. LA. epair hImoip We ,sar anything. ad oGecks, Umbreylas. etc. 19 Teeh. St. C(t FrOWiELS . sgs for a n Occasions blulbr Prompt 1tivery hdiadler, ]Florias B . 1 ROYAL STRET + t A. ses a m, m . aresr received day ud I. A. ta mnu ,kiasms 1*n ~ s l Odth. o 61 Rt.. Assrwe as. ILPAPERING DONE usler Coal. Fre Daeu to kire. 447 Elmira ' Hats S*LATUE DEAlER IN SPaey Groeeries. Corner melias 8ts.. Alders, La. 'J9. S Y uKAl ere. lepIeIrSg .1 Sat Dep postal sad I will W AnRBDER TRIAD Dara while lears WaleT. MOLUR BARBBR . Rampart. 5-21 -mpr street FURNISHED i,~g ladebtedaese,, lstall r tee working cplts1. mpr eh aed ad loas est property. Seeurities Compeany . New Orleans, L. Parlors Si14 lUlla St. Hsirdrestag (Pote . MONCRIEF. *ett by plrely sad SinaI re To reSsr the help, sad make ltP the bely to econme aermal. Home ap Chfrpodi., Wthie esnar. ae Special Notice PrE('CIt. NOTICr. RE .nt ME PI'.CTICE. I.'i ltrenant ,Alonzo Ilrk. who h1.1i b1.)4n' ,eon duy :it the Na.:lal St:ltiol liere for sev .irail year, and re.*' tllly pl.l ed on the re tire-d Ibst, will r.eni,tt e hi, formelr profe,.. -ien. C' Ihirepoe.. " and ha., olpenedl hi til -' lefor p.:t.lie.- .1 April I. a', :et 4t.: Ioel IPi('WI . NOITICI:. I .lt ;appllintg for Ia pardonttei or cotllmlll t l,l io f f e te.ell e.l lrE lI'I'IA. NOITICE. N t1ee e. i t heer t.ev gi.i i ,t a r lrd:ln. e.. with il.w that ea gt..eeral . ,eeitinttg of thee itoek htie of, enl' r I Plier.on Company.e ort i.t.t iwill e.. hTeld at tie. offlee of' the lelia ite. Nee. ,44N Iciecte Street. New 1r. .l . olan l i.nla, on the i4th I :t of .June,. 1!.r4 :t 2 t .i ti.. folr the purpoe. elof amendie : i. the cah:rte.r ,o :t% to intre. i. the ,onl en <tie k fermt Cil|e ilnndr,.d l'Tholetet lee 'etiiqol).INN cI. Itll-r., par ;ltte. to Twto IIlt.niet td T ehoe.tiand ($2tN).NI.N th.Nh Ioellar. ilr tdilne. :h. to i i e hr. it., tie ilctl a itither e.d .ito.k fre.n e tict n Iitletrnel ned Forty Tlhim -, .,-aid 10i ti' h iull:tr. p:.r valu:h it 'lvT" . nd * Iliir"tI tlal t Forty l'lhols ale Ifd:e .e.NMIll I loil:tr.r, par tli. andie flor ii' other purpoest Ss irt e l p trierl- 'otite before ,aid e I nt in-. 1 t: order of thIe Il( aret of Iliretorn II:1hniron-1 Pirr l ( 'l .. LtIhl Flt, \NK Il\o II:ION. ler.neid, nt I:a Ie. 1 tl ; 1 N Seer Iws rtr 11:fy 13:.hnne 17. il-ito dIe d ulin .le. tt:ge. 5 rolttq s andli tIath. t.1 :17 Pl'.'lie:n A.,. In first clat. eeondition. .te t. pit , :1 1i i .ler it. FOR i %LE. New and tecond-hand toole. stoves. elothing. botueht and sold. Mrs. L. K:ernofsky. 427 So. Rtampart St. 826. MISCEL .NEOUS FOR SALE. Slate, building and plumbing materials. brick. floorinet . eilijgi . riypresa I.. i tnn .r. LA. riEMO)RISHING CO.. INC.. 1115 I.AFAYETTE ST., M. 665. R E S H CRANBEiRRIES. NEW PRUNES AND PEACHES. AUNT JEMMA'. BUCKWHEA i J. %lI.IEK}T (.I II.LOT, 3164 erret %M. FOR *Sa.E1 Ne'w double e 1eiti ti :tlJoew cornl.r ofl Nelison ande IlteArl Street, four roome. and bath (on each sidel Ile.tri," I.ight-. sanitary plumbng . Int,.t eo01,*.. ta3 i ItI Tern $0,(t()( C'Sile, tbtalance' on monthly epayments of S5.ll. FOR SiALT.. Ilotile retlage. fou, r roomts enldl hath oln e neth idle. Klee.Iriity nl water. Adt dtre.. J., rare lIox .M. 4. Route 1. Algiers. FOR SALE. Two :. ctoves in very oad conditttion. ptIl.e 4=" Olpeloet s evenue. 132 ST. CHARLES STREET. Louis a St. 1-17 836-38 SUiMNER ST. $ room, two-story double cottage, built on three lots of ground. Ask your builder then see me for price. 238 VAIGTTlE ST. 10 room single two story house, now rented 4at 75.00 month until Oct. 1it. Easy to convert into apartments. Modern 5 room dou ble cottage in excel lent repair. Has IPitts burg Bungalowleater on each side. For par-. ticulars see me. One of the most mod ern homes in Algiers. Screened throughout, screened gallery, elec tric lights and in A-1 Condition built on 2 large lots. lExtra Special 700 MONROES ST., McDonoghville, La. 5 extra large rooms: bath, gallery and house screened throughout, corner Just the place for your chickens and 157 DIlaonde Stret EDUCATIONAL MUSIC. WINN KNOX SCHOOL OF POPULAR MUSIC. 2216 Esplanade Ave. Phone Hem In'k 14412-A 'las..i or l'ppul:ir mustule taullght. S up,-ial r:a tynll.e ,ollrse. guarau teed 20 lessons. PI INI%'T lE%( HER and (4IMIoP()ER L.oiuni 7.5 (','nt. ]:anr"s $2:w0 'I. H t111) I' E1 %II R 1'I .+t,." l.1_t,", IF ' .r', i r i a 00 Verret St. Will buy stock of Algiers Land Co., Inc. State price and number of shares you have. Address X. V. Z.. care Herald office. '1" I',W I IT i: iS ILl:ur,.d. IRtght and .ohl. 'IThr.. No .. I t.!,.reo oo,.. fr -,de. N IE l'.h.\ .: TYPEI,-WIHITI:I: t',r \1.11 41t1 . 227 It:uirhuni. 132 ST. CHARLES STREET. WANT TO PURCHASE. ISAACS it.s .i< d ý :r an.ythtn:. V cJry Furni ture Store. 842 Royal. IHem. 845. WANTED TO PIICHA.ºE. WANT1ED to purchas,, old mahogany and rosewood furniture. Wmin. Feldman. 437 Royal. Main 4343. 6-21. SHIP YOUR BONES, ROPE, METAL AND IRON TO M. (;LASER. 2733 TCuIItO PITOULAa STREET IOGEIST PRICES PAID 103 OLI GOLD, SILVER. PLATINI:M ANI) FALSE TEETH OWIN, A9 Beurbon St. Maa ISI - . chasedzl. R. 21. TYN EY The word exclusive in the ad of Gus Betat & Son was misspelled in our last issue. Those to receive the Jacobs candy are Dolores Graham. 926* Vallette street. Naomi Hafkes burg. 318 Seguin street and Jeff I)e Blanc. 141 Lavergne street. RULES TO GOVERu CONTIST. ALL ANSWERS MUST BE SE:iT IN NO LATER THAN FRIDAY EVENING. YOUR ANSWER MUST BE ON A CARD OK1 PIECE OF PAPER NOT I.ARGER THAN AN ORDINARY POST CARD AND YOU SHOULD WRITE ON filE CARD AS FO)I.LOWS ONLY: FIRSf YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS. SECOND, TIlE MISSPELI.ED WORD. TIIIRD. TIIE NAME OF THE ADVER FLSEMENT IN WIICIH IT APPEARED. THE MISSI'ELI..ED WORD OWNTEST APPLIES ON~LY TO OUR CLASSIFIED COLU'MNS AT PI'RESENT ON PAFGE 11I THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED EACH WEEK TO TIIHREE SUCCESSFUL EON. TESTANTS. PONTVICHA. IALT'4 RAILOAD. Week Day SeLedule: Leave Mllnebur., 6.00 a. mn., 7.00, 8.25, 9.50, 10.50, 11.50 a. m., 12.50 p. m., 1.50, 3.15, 4.30, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30. 8.30, 9.30, 10.30 p. m. Leave Pontehartrain Junction, 5.30 a. m., 6.30, 7.40, 9.10, 10.02. 11.20 a. m., 12.20 p. m., 1.20, 2.40, 4.00, 5.00, 1.00, 7.00, 2.00, 9.00. 1.00 p. m. Duplicity Exposed. A story is told of a country dweller who had sadly neglected his worship. A deputation from the class meeting arged his reappearance. He took part in a prayer meeting on his return, and was offering loud thanksgiving for the privilege of meeting together for wor ship, when suddenly one of the d'epu tation shouted: "Dinna believe 'iru. Lord; we'd a terrible hard job to get 'im back."-London Ans~iers. AU'1 Louis F. IMarin, Jr. Expert Automobilist 519-521 Burgundy Street Phone Main 1467 FARMERS' Truck Bodies and Trailers Alse Lumber Trailers Blilt to Specicatisas SCHAYER & SONS, Inc., Fermrly O'CONNOR & CO. Vajem Mfy. sad Repers Gems! Black Smith Werk 518-434 Julia St. PLme . 3557-3602 TIRES? TIRES? Bargains in New, used, and recon stracted tires at all times in stock. Dry Cure retreading and general. vulcanlizing. See us before buling your next tires, it will pay yo. Dealers In Oooedrich, Flak and Fire stone, OGuarsateed tires. Phone or dall for partleis. RECONBUTCITUD TIRE CO., OF LL, IlfC. 608 Dsaroee St.. Pheo Mala 5624. NOBODY WANTS A BABY IIy OLIVE R. BARTON aft 19.,. s,y ! 9"'lure Newspaper S)ndlcate.) W hn I'll; M c he. ,. lr'ý.el ',' ear as u'.tm:i in front of I . builij's In which hi' h: I his iachi or ap:'ri in 'at, and stel 'd from the nmarble-li it,,I ror ridur into, tle passenger elevr:thr. ihe had no r.enas it to believe that thi loing lane of his 'ife had come to iht, pro verhiulI turn. lie \was :etting very tired of the lane. .A. he slipped his key ilnto Ili door it ,cet redl to him he Ias doig pretty mriuch the, same thing he had been dotllt ,'-very afternooln for nanny years and v as likely to dio for rnnny more. My. how tired he was of the routine! Hlow slik h'. was of every:thing! How dlfl .rent it would have Ieleen If Ma:le lelnie hial ,,nsentelt to mairr hitv l He w:tIs ,leiVtelI to Madeleine-- Lipr.tty, willful and altogether sellish Made lelne. But what rnas the use of ,ev en think ing? She never wohlt hat\. him. She bad t.,ld him so a hundred times. "You see. Phil. we are to muIllllch alike to be running mates," she said. "We loth s ant a good time, but we w:ant it in tour own way; neither of us wion!l be willing to give in to the other. If yo wanted to go to a ' 'ovle. I'd \,i lo oIf ra. If I chose 3M!,. E.' . dinnesr you'.! he sure to wan' -.'nle thing el-e. I think I ought 1"' uIls.ry somte S,n,. d Terent from my. it. I'hIs suc'h a lusel, <s i'reaturi, you know. I never did a good turn for anyone in my life. NeIther did you. now, did you? All .ou've ever done was to make money. I'd like to think of my husband as somebody unusual. It's so ordinary to be just rich." Philip's thoughts were getting too unpleasant for further retrospection. But he knew Madeleine was right. He was only good to make tmoney, and everyone was doing that now. Every bank, firm of brokers and bond company listed in the evening paper was gorging In riches. The A Light Hand Fell Hi Ar. h Ye There was pleasure. Money and pleasure; that was all. And ton the front page of the paper the dif eerent kinds of trouble resulting fror Sthe mad pursuit of both. Suddenly he saw this unusual notice: IPERIAL THEATER. Fairbanks in "The Sportsman," First Class VaudevIlle. SPECIAL. To the holder of the lucky thicket a real, live baby will be given away. Eleven months old. Good parents. "Don't miss the chance!" "Ridiculous," thought Philip. A live baby! They wouldn't dSare do such a thing. But suppose they did! Who In New York would want a real, live baby? A dog or a monkey might have a chance--but a baby! The red slowly mounted his temples. He was ifond of children, unusually so of ha bles, and he found himself getting cu riously excited over the thing. They'd no business of raffling off a bahby even 'r it could be doe legally. Seevice ao. Corad ITires Guaranteed ILO0) miles IFabric Tires Gnzaran teed 6,000 miles rTO DILIVIRY DODlRS Made to order. Repairing and painting done promnptly and at low er prices than elsewhere. Wagon moanufactumres. J. W. O'CONWOR 04 Ur1amiae, bet. Degab.e sa• Dasahlae UmeC u I 3BbC & Pm Tals-rl. O bree SL. Nab UinU Adams' Hats 12 UT. cr1rarv T1RAW. But the worst of It was no one would want it! The lane of Philip's life was ap proaching a sharp curve at last, had he known it. That evening found him sitting un enas!y thr,-!,h ten reels of fin *tnl n4 listening to half a dozen vaudevill, sketches in the very show house that advertised the haby-he couldn't stay away-his Indignation and curlosity had grown by degrees until now he was waiting for the lucky number to be rend. The honts'' ", p',,ked to It1 I:;: th' S. It ' ".gu. :"I 'rlng tbeen ItI j . '[ 4 '. :+*' ik e sttllh t mu g m. r , place :- '. nuntibers reid. 'The tenth her lilt of bii., '.x %-I1 to oet P, , \:l'rie'. t '" ' .' Call I n. I : Will tir plerson ho',lin. 27i55 please step thlh way?" I'hllip ,ooL' .iu a nd curiou.ly. But there was no response. No one' seetned to have the number. Every one looked at his neighbor, necks were' cratned all ovel thIl ii 'use. R't tno otin -ltrr'l "I tI'otullht so," salt everyhl. "No body "ants a baby!" "I thte'iuht so," sail Philip 'ilI the rest. "N., one want a bhy." Ili- inltignation bt-tn right hre to boll. It inpellehd hi::l at last to get up ail start down the alsle. lie gained thil stage by i.normous strides. "If no on. w:ta: the baby. I'11 take It," he said. "It's an outºage, the whole affair. But if the babhy is an orphan and has no home I'll see that it gets one. I-I'll take it home and raise it myself." There was tremendous applause then. Although It seemed no one 'want ed the hnhy, the crowd was glad enough fo" s'o!, 1' on e l- a TI piny unge'l. 'ihe mnta h-er '. illl down itt, Phil Il,', iar '<st. ia 'lign: nt eyes. "Very na..!, your.i 111:1:n. If you really mnean what you say. suppose you call at the St. Stephen ('hildren's lHome tomorrow, here's the taddress. and Raby Marie will hbe hllIll'd over to you if the board of trustees are sat isfied you are a responsilele person. They tried to find homes for a dozen little tots this week but weren't hav Ing very good luck." "Then it isn't just a ranffle' asked Philip. relieved. "Not exactly! Don't want to hedge, do you?" "Certainly not! Ti1 get the child to-morrow. And Philip turned and walked out. A light hand fell on his arm, and he turned. "Madeleine! What are you doing here? Are you alone?" "Yes. Oh, Philip, I saw the no tice about the baby and I just had to come, too, It sounded so awful! And I want to tell you how perfectly splen did you were. Do you really mean it? Are you going to get that baby?" "Certainly. I said I would." "And take it homer "And bring It up?" "By the grace of God. yes. It would be one thing I might be useful for. besides making money." a little bitterly. "But you'll have to have a nurse." "Two, perhaps." "And it will be very expensive, and -and Inconvenient," she reminded him." "Well?" "Oh, Philip, let me take the baby. I was just going up anyway when I saw you. And rm a woman." "You take it!" "Yes. Why not? "You said you were selfish and use less." "You said you were, too!" "And you wouldn't marry me for that reason. The reason doesn't seem to exist now," eagerly. 8he had no reply to this. hql looked away quickly, but her eyes were very soft. "You haven't that excuse now, dear. I wonder if-" A new thought had struck him. "Why can't we give the baby a home together, dear? What do you say?"' "All right," she half whispered. But he heard. CHANiGES IN CAPITAL CITY Seme Little Dlfferense Between Wash Ington Today and As it Was a Century or So Ago. Visitors in Washington, this winter, will appreciate some of the contrasts between the city of today and the cap ital of the United 8tates of a ce tury or more ago, as described in the recent biography of one of the early justices of the supreme court. In those days, it. appears, the White Houase was surrounded by a rough rail fence, characterized by a contempo rary as"not fit for a barnyard," while Pennsylvania avenue was merely a stretch of "yellow tenacious mud," bordered on either side by tree stumps. There were no hotels then. Washington lived in boarding houses. But it was possible to sit at the table with Thomas Jefferson and John Mare shall, all for fifteen dollars a week, Including service, "wood, candles, and liquors." Now we have the city spa dous and beautiful, with our choice of comfortable hostelries, if not of prices. And lo! It Is all "bone dry." Christian Science. Crave Our Gift of Anecdote. Some time ago It was less unusual than It is now for one person to ab sorb the conversation with pleasure to himself and others. Anecdote is out of fashion here (In England), but appar ently it remains popular in America. Very often lately we have heard the conversation of prominent Americans, from the president downward, admired for the color and richness lent to it by witty anecdote and analogy. Perhaps they will revive the fashion In the old country. Humorous anecdote has a double value. A hearer In one place quall Les himself to become a speaker in another. Also there is no doubt that each man In a company united by laughter laughs more heartily than any man cn laugh alone.--Prom the Spectator (London). The Edlites O*e SBoy. "Tbony," said thu editor to the et Iee boy, "take thibs manuecript out to the waltlng wuma sad tdl her we ame wna.errt.but we eat um It." .How to LowerYour Meat Bills Hints From the Department of Justice CUTS THAT COST LESS HAVE HIGH FOOD VALUE. Frnm, t::'ne !n '::itfornla women pu'rctha.s r:, it in lractically the sallme ,ay. Nine ,uot of teni have learned fir years, as do sll'e even now. that the mIore expensi\ anld rmost teuiter cut1.; if meat mrlos: lnaturally tie tiait rltrillius iand tht the 'heap,-r ualn tougher cuts are to be discarded or left a ith the but. her to disposse f,. not realizing if they Iplrchase' only the tenler cuts., he 1.I k,.p the, plrie high enoughll to cover the loss of whaiit Isn't sold. Our leading dietitians of today ure tealhl'ing the wornllrl that the tougher cu's of meat are ex..ultly as nulrltiious as thre more tender. if not Ilor so, Becau;lse the blood is drawn to the part - in which the nausrhte are coastul.nt ly used]. In a beef aninal of t41 pollunds slsoslt 75 porn is are tienlier lea.it. the loin in the hinld quarter c(,ipll i,, ii of strhlin, porterhouse and single steaks and the prin:e ribs of the fore quarter. These twao s ntelltrcltial cuts beiug the most tender are most in lrdema:nd and every butcher, no matter what the lo callty, will tell you he has no ditticulty In dislposing of thetm. The ditticulty lies in selling the cheaper cuts as well as the extra meat portions. The greatest trouble in selling the cheaper cuts cirns, fromi th, fart that .women oI not know ho\ to irok thion to rmake threra l,.datable. .\ It,,.; slow cvoking i~ tile secret tf convt\rting tough meat Into deli'lghtfully tender roasts or steaks. Excellent dishes may be served from flank. cl:uck, rump steak or neck. providing the meat is carefully seasoned. seared to seal in the juices and then cooked to a deli cate brown. This nece.situtes a mod erate temperature. Table Showing Caloric Value of Commercial Cuts of Beef. Inexpensive Calories Cuts. Per lb. Use. Shank .................. 875 Stews, casserole, soup stock Round....................... 950 Steaks, roasts, stews, braising Rump ......................1,400 Steaks, roasts, braising, stews Flanks......................1,240 Steaks or made dishe Plate .......................1,285 Stews. pot roasts, boiling, soup, cornina. Chuck ......................1.1105 Stews, roasts, steaks. boiling piece Shoulder and clod........... 840 Steaks, stews, roasts Neck........................1,070 Steaks, soups, braising, corning Expensive Calories Cuts. Per Tb. Use. Loin.......................1,100 Steaks and roasts Prime ribs..................1,450 Roasts fLtTR.i1s tiF .tN\I 1I. g.tiI'O1T (F TrlE The Guardian Life Insurance Company '' \I E tMIRIC "tM ;,: *1 rA:: F}.. .:' I[-E'A"MIR II. 1919 -al.tl . ............. ............. " :I . r a . . ......................... ::r .;'e fnot.. and tos!< n 1 'r. ret .0........ m.N' '' 17 4'a! on h n.l a.. 1 a .. ... . ............ . . '4 Prremn!m in ,o, rc, of .*i 1 .-;l. " ,' I .rnd tnIo r .p.te . ........ 1..O.1;,;:) 44 Interest I r n' -e ! ............... 79.4 1008 o :ther seat- ... 4....3.1'079 $38.26.5'4 .43 n d º t , , .... ... . .... .................... .74 A, oint. . a"',,d "' :. '0 o .... . otr ..01... .9 rt.. lm erc' a .. r. .. . .......... ..... . 1... S0rn i " lm ds -'liie t'r or to I.. .r . ......... ... ... '10 .',.g. .:rrio'ent to e ,:''1lrtlt'.,! t0'",.; .t .: i"t t!'4 .. .... . 572''70(1 un. il r, 'n. t,nl -l, for ni .n:- '"r ;l; on .o;;.i.n on whirb the and Io, :r.·! t 'u, '' • -..' . .... °.731.S+95 aolat:.mmer" * f ., "'. r" 2.787.6)-1 AS Sp'rlal re.wrte I:n ;,3r ..,1rr . '" ..- r' .C" . atn.i t.i-rlJ .cr. :n( t.n4.ge 55.21 5 "'S 73 '"pE"nmO-- .wL bo.ln'e 91 401'.°414 ,'r,,.ame-.,w b: n*.*l .......... ......... 6 401 " 14 rrrsean n en - .lenewr ri 6. 4!1.9.1}1'!9 ' 3n::.lI ration for - 'lt"! mu r.:.,rv "rnl-'.- n it "nv.t,! ng hfe -.,utft ,'v"s v . , ' 1109 Total w+-!pt' fromn ..y iv,!, . .... 5. 7 .S 71904.4373 Irtrt t. divn n.tn nidJ re' . .......... 2.5 0i O. A^ i'rfI3 on .a, of tok"e k .n.,- r e t t . ." ......... I..fl0 4 1.9 ':' re.-r .yts ........... .......... K69!, 19 0 ',:! reibte ............. ..S t 94 .'7 r , 'tnh claim .............. ..............5.344 .144 79 .i,t :t 1 crlowmenta .......... ................ .. . 1 31481 r r.,,,intltt. ................. .. ... ...'i.I 481 .29. .?r ,dirrdeld aiu. ......... . ........................ 1.0334.07:,. :ºt :Lims under lupplemrnta 7 ten trac .. . ... 4: .590 71 Er m -xtrder of ntrUnieti* huas ts, . ................... 4.16.a.t.81 l'Or lorn of sales on r-al esttae ;wlid ho-l,.." .......... 44.943.60 for shrinkage in value of a.l' or othrr itemr. .hart-d to profit and lo ................................ 6 471 Total disbuarwnnta ................................ $ 9003,1O Net reneipt8 .................................... $ 22.214.171.124. GAIN A`"D L.OSS EXHIBIT Purpu4. Decrmher 31 trevion'I yer ... . 1.278.51 a Total S:u on inuruarw·. a..o'int dur,ne year .............5 70': 0664.8 Sot.! raain on investment a.1n.'nt darter' y"..r ............ 948.913.43 $ 5437.844r5 Surptu end of year ...... ..... ........ 5 1.5.43S REAL EnTATE OW~NED. A'tual eaint .... .................................. .. .573.24a.35 ':Look vaIe December 31. 1919 ..................................... 3.793.77i Sarket vta ..... ... ......................................... 3.71.779.60 R.pare. Improverm astS and taxs ... ... . . . . . . .. 313 55 ,:rn. income. 1919 ....... . ..................................... 33: 4 Net income. 1919 ......... ..................................... 4. 0. Rer..d ialue of wcare octupied by .ompany. 1319 .................... .,,'' 4 r s-.id:rstion lor real estate ..'d In 1 9 ............................ 92t * 3. O,.Al t ti: e mortIgag s ownedd by the ,ompaar ... ..... ..... ........ " .14 . 0.10 90 S -LAROEST BA.LANCE IN ACH DENO)srlYJ/RY I'Tr.t:E YEAR SNamer of hank" andl montla of year .-l .l- t :itk of the Manhattan Company. New York. N Y.. August ....... '4::4.tl 701 rfo winent.al ank of New York City. Augut ......................... 1) h."71.0ID ,,innal City )tnk of New %ork. uWut . ..................... 10...... 44*.'14 I., Iral IT:uon Trust Comuian of New York. De-ember ... .. 207 ,,17 70 ': ,n.*l National talntl of New York, Derember ... .................. I ..4 9. :i.rrm.n National P.nt' of the City of New 1 ork. January ....... ..... :.7 :30.65 Th I' lenntvnyla Cotmutiy. Philadelphia. Pa.. December . .. 5 408 7:a la.o Mer.eano n dt Comu.reta e lnduatna Merino City. Melr. s.-rob. . 0.075 10 Mexi.-l City Bankllng Company. Mexico 4tly. Mes.. December .... .. .2. 277 bankh in Europe. ovemrt I 1..97 76u.37T COMPltOMlISED AND RESISTED DEATH CIAI\MS itumber. '?; Amount el.ºmned. 3TD. .I1 73. Amount paid .. 16 82.4$ Salaner and comp~elr tion paid to ofrfi"'s and trustert and payni-nt. to others in excess of .000. ncluding amouant paid to ge'nrr:,i At::. for acount of their 'ubatentI,: umrber of persona. 75: Agregste amount paid ..................... pt 93 73 eg' al rexpek. S paid in 19 . ......... . ...... . .. . . . 4 . "-411 IM.ptna befole cgielative bodte or on toentj orf stae and ;or'r tm. ir. departm ents ................................... . ...... .. . " 1.16 BONDS AND S'3CKS. Owned .lanuar 1. 1919. and aquaired during year Ipar. $19.610.970.571 Gust .. .......514.7.1 !" 43 Sold during year 119 (ppa. $351.5954.34). CoiaderatLon .................."4ht , - Owned Dernmber 11. 1919 (p)r. $19.2t9.382.231. Book va.uo .........18.5::4 ":794 NMarket vaud of ame 16.!54, 'N:t7 irtere' n ad dividetnds rce ivedl 'stock and' bor 4....7.............. 74.791" EATF.S O ANNUAL. DIVIDENDS DICLAED PAIDI 1) 1919. AND A4NUAL 'BREM I -s PER $1.000 Or INSUrANCE ISSUED AT AGE 35. Kind of Poli,c Years in Which the Podltes w'we lonie 1918 1910 1903 1h90 rem. Div. . Di. Pea.. Div. Prem. Di fe ........... $6 35 $1.5 $26.35 $2.2a .......... 2733 $3. 20 TPeminm Iife ..... 36.2 1.87 36.22 3.75 37.63 4.06 tO-Year Endowment .... 49.85 2.35 49.85 4.39 51.17 5.20 RATES OF DIVIDENDS UPON LONG TERM DISTRIBUTION DIVIDEND POLICTW COM'i.LEING THEIR FIRST DIVIDEND PERIODS IN THE TEAR 1919 AND ANNUAL PtLM)ILMS PER $1.000 of INSURANCE ISSUED AT AGE 35. Dividend Pweio Kid of PolacYn 2 Year Life .......................... .........................27.10 $128.1 20.PrnmIum s ie ........................................... 35.00 172.73 o0-Tear Endowment ............................................ 0.90 26.74 AMOUNTS SET APART OR PROVISIONAILY ASCWERTAINED OR CALCULATED IN) 1919. OR qLD AWAITING APPORTIONMENT ON POLICIES WITH DEFERRED DIVIDEND PERIODS LONGER THAN ONE TEAR AND ANNUAL PIRF. IVMS PER 51.000 OF INSURANCE ISSUED AT AGE 36. 1S Yesas 20 Yeare 2 Ye Poliies Iasued in year Pre. D1v. m. Div. P . D0. K.nd of ....... .. $27 590.10 $57 10 l 5131 5 m........................ .. .37.51 137 4 &300 1473.4 For Direct Agency Connection, Address F. C. Brinkmann, Jr. First National Bank Bldg. Shreveport, La uia-s wos , JUst as miny teltder expensive ,tealks are rlutled in cooking by keep ing on the fire too Ilong; tougher ones :ir, ctot-l.: fn.l [, I.artse of the lack of the prpl,.,r .,.ih.n. Whereas a long slonw\\ cc',kinu. ill ruin a porterhouse. It only at!,- t, tthe excellent qlualities of a rmip r rtuntl teak. For ., evy lt:tt Iurntial handled there'i i l .a.irt, liver. kidney, tripe. rn'l, iu. ., \ stel CthretI l. tail and head to Ie ui 4l. \We knii, h th:t tiln nimi al has to hat'. a ot.k. et. in antd hirnd s.hanks. h tiud -1tic lcer.. t, hold togethter the choicle, lotih andii rlbs. \Whait is tiriue of the ' ru,. of beef iL likewise tirue ofl othlier meat:it. Beef a la Mode. Three putind- of either of the follow illn: *,;t-. ti k. lbri-.et, r niltilt. inec.k or hanging teiicnerloln wviii make' a splen itlA ttihl Ir.:atedi as fouis; (I'rush hii"I a i d, c"." ' Ik 1rnelts ,of Iti'ek pepper i tih :as tlilmn clovestl. lRul this well inlli ti ic et. ,W er cr tice tihe' te'It toget', " :- f'.r a pot roast an ic put into a crl .ck , l i le o iitnall o(lilonil. sllt cl. Soie -Ii.' .l Ie.-rrllt, a tbit of ihyme anDl thr"' hI,:ih, vn E. Add at cuptful fi lin,;:iri :til ~tier ecouhlt to hardy Solver Iuet ie t Itanit in t cool tile'e for 24 hour". When thorougihly nmarinated. rerIoe., tI il niti frotu the liquor and sear on all sit's in a pan of hot vege table i i" lloing. Sprinkle a table -p ocnftl of tflour over tht, meat and graiduailly pour the liquor ant season inu atelri .salt, over the meat. Adtd a plnt of boiling vater. Allow all to boil up, then set to simmner until meat is done, turning frequently. When beef is done, strain the remaining liquid and add cooked carrots, tur nips and small onions. Let cook three minutes and pour over the meat. Serv, with lnini hbolled totatoes.