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Let's Not Forget the "Groom"
True, he has never been the center of attraction-all eyes being focused upon the "blushing bride" as they walked down the aisle to the strains of the wedding march. The groom has been entirely ig nored-at the ceremony-but not at "Gretzner's-no indeed ! We are sure that this advertisement will interest him quite a bit. Correct Wearing Apparel of the best quality and style is featured here at very consistent prices-you'll be surprised when you see them, as it is impossible to do them justice in cold type. . His Wedding Suit -made right and priced right, is here, wheth er his choice be white or black-also all the little accessories that go to make up the per fect attire. lie can replenish his wardrobe very satisfactorily, without overdrawing his bank account. Ours is not and has never been a profiteering institution, SUITS SUITS White Corded Suits 13.48 White Silk Poplin Suits .. 18.00 Palm Beach Suits ...... 14.90 White Crepe Suits ..... 13.48 Silk Mohair Suits, gray, White Heavy Corded Suits 18.00 black and stripes 20.00 to 25.00 Special Hats Shirt Sale Yacht Sennit Men's percale, fancy colors, large and small stripes, $2.50 value 1.98. These $3.00, $4.00, shirts are first quality-no seconds. $450, $5.00. r INo charge, no C. O. D. Strictly Cash and $600 Knitted Sills Underwear Underwear Ties Rockinchair Union Suits Knitted Silk Ties; 1.78 for men and boys.........2.00 and 2.25 $250 value.......... 1 Knitted Silk Ties; 1268 Silk ...............................6.00 $3.50 value .......... Gus. Gretzner 1' Jach Le Neve, M.. - 826 POYDRAS ST. I~-~u"w~ ~~41( (Cll INstrkt Court. Successlon of Earl C. Brown; ex ceptions and answer. Penrose Radovich v. Jos. Rosa mano; exception overruled. State ex rel.. Penrose Radovich v. John Mineo, et al; mandamus per petuated. Succession of John B. Hildebrand; rule absolute. M. Abascal & Bro.. Ltd., v. Eu gene C. Peres: default. Succession of Mrs. Caroline O. Belcher amounts to $3965.05. Mortgages. Paul Rosler to Interstate Trust & Banking Co., $500, portion. Homer. Jackson, Franklin and Monroe. O'Connor. It----- It was while viewing tie many pretty. ornamental and nuseful wedding Iresents that Mrs. Newlywed rame to the led Tennesee ('edar ('hest with which one of her friends had remembered her. 4Oh. such a fine chest it was. lund she asked. where 6id it ..ome from? Her mother remarked that it came from 322 Rloyal street. the phlce where all fine cedar chests are mann factured. (hb. how nice this chest will be to properly care for mni clothes. Putting them away will be a delight. for I know that when I am ready to use the clothes argain the, will he in perfec't condition. Peoplk who desire to give appreciative and suit able wedding presents. lone no time when they go to 322 Royal street. for there they find the genuine Red Tennessee ('edar ('heats. These they know will please the recipient. a cedar chest being a present that will Inake the donor remembered many, many years to come. Our showroom contains a full line of these desir able chests made In different siaes. Chests made to order. These are all our own hand mate productions. aad our guarantee as to workmanship and moderate pree nasenre you of the beat. We also make Red tO4ar Wardribes. Royal Cabinet Works 322 Royal Street V. Asaro S. Mangano to Alfred D. Danzi ger. $150 mortgage, reinscribed, lot, Slidell, Homer, Elmira and Chestnut. -Dreyfous. Writs. Wm. H. Ward v. Paul D. Snow, Oneida truck No. 2249, $2599.67. interest and costs. Real Estate Transfers. Mrs. Susannah Bloom Thorning to River and Ocean Towing Co., lot River. Madison. Opelousas and Slidell. $2200 cash.-Mar:. Louis W. Peterson to Eugene J. LeBoeut, portion Eliza, Seguin, Evelina and Bouny, $1200 terms. Humphrey. Yupon Realty Co., to Miss Louise Berthelotte, et al., portion, Newton, Homer, LeBoeuf and Whitney Ave., $50 casb.-Hennessey. Albert N. Robelot to Miss L. Ber. thelotte, et al., lot, same square, $2,200 cash.-Hennessey. Oakdale Impt. Co., to Wm. J. Be noit, 2 lots, Ptolemy, Whitney, So crates and LeBoeuf, $300 cash. Same to Edwin Coulin, 2 lots, Lawrence, Le Boeuf, Ptolemy and Thayer, $300 tash.-Frlederichs. Same to Columbus Breaux, lot, Columbus, Whitney, Magellan and LeBoeuf, $100 cash.-Freiderichs. Same to William A. Dill, 2 lots, Whitney, Ptolemy, LeBoeuf and Soc rates, $290 cash.-Friedrichs. Same to Hector B. Perrin, 2 lots, Whitney, Columbus, Magellan and LeBoeut. $260 cash.-Freiderichs. Same to Louis Bartolo, 5 lots, Le Boeuf, Shephard, Thayer and Col umbus, $385 cash.-Freiderichs. Same to Wm. Reed, lot, Socrates. Whitney, Lamarque and Canal, $175 cash.-Friederichs. Same to Abel A. Pierce, 2 lots, Socrates, LeBoeuf, Whitney and Ptolemy, 23000 cash.-Friederichs. Mrs. John A. Rupp to Foto Realty & Amusement Co., lot, Verret, Nu nez, Opelousas and Slidell, $4500 cash. Phoenix O. Caliero to same, por tion, same square, $2000 cash. Dreyfous. Chas. D. Smith to Samuel M. Mayer, lot, Diana, River, Newton and Brooklyn, $1500 cash.-Wolf. Marco Rosamano to Pascal Mag gio, lot, Vallette, Homer, Newton and Verret, $1300 eash.-Hennessey. Julius Bodenger to Suburban Building and Loan Association, lot, Nunes, Lawrence, Teche and Park Blvd., $5,000 cash. Loomis. Purchaser to John J. O'Connell, same property, $4,800 terms. Loomis. Honore B. Zedinlae to Joseph Susslin, lot, Cheetnut, Blmira, Peters and Alix, $4,600, eash.-MoCloskey. Henry Holt, et al., to Porter Davis 2 lots, Elmira, Belleville, Lamarque and Socrates, $520, terms.-Weil. Geo. C. Crawford to Third Dis trict Building Association, 2 lots, Behrman, DeArmas, Socrates and Sumner, $200 cash.-Wegener. Purchaser to vendor, same prop erty, $4,000 terms.Wegener. John Mineo to Eureka Homestead Society, lot, Pacific, Elmira, Alix and Eliza. $2000 cash.--Benedlct. Purchaser to Vendor, same prop. erty, $2000, terms.-Benedict. Patrick J. Alonzo to Wm. M. Edgecombe, 2 lots, Wagner, Hendee, Homer and Newton, $2000, terms. -Hart. Oakdale Land and Improvement Co.. to Luke A. Boudreaux, 2 lots, LeBoeuf, Ptolemny, Socrates and Thayer, $250 cash.-Formento. TRU('K RIDE. Quite a jolly crowd met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fether ling and proceeded in an automobile truck to Bayou Barataria. The day was most pleasantly spent in crab bing and boating. Among those present were: Misses Beulah Borne, Hazel Glepert, Mildred Coyne, Elsie Borne, Hilda Coyne, Mrs. R. Favret, Mrs. B. H. DeBlanc, also Messrs. H. Richard, Harry Gibson, Alex Splerier, Clayton Borne. H. Giles, Mr. Wagner, Mr. B. H. DeBlanc. The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. B. H. DeBlanc. PICNIC. Mr. and Mrs. J. Culver entertain er their family and friends at an old fashioned basket picnic at Ken ner last Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Culver, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kler nan, Mr. and Mrs. S. Riemann, Mrs. K. Hener, Alfred Heoner. Alfred May. nan, L. and J. and J. 8. COlver, Master B. Bierman, J. Culver and Mr. and Mrs. J. Culver. When She Obeys Convention .: 4II· .- . .it 4i 9, ,. · .. .....\.. ...,-.. ,r ....· . : ·:. - .: .. I ., E VERY girl with an imagination has pictured the dawn of the honey moon, with herself a radiant bride in all the glory of white satin and tulle. And when dreams come true and she decides to obey convention there has never yet been a dearth of satin or tulle, all ready to he used. But how? That is the question that fairly ob sesses the bride and all her women relatives until it is settled. What the bride requires of the creator of her conventional wedding gown Is that it must be conventional but In an origi nal way-there are ways of doing things-new ways-that Insure an up to-date result. Each year's weddlng gowns are tests of ingenuity on the part of their designers, masterpieces into which they weave the old and new with consummate artistry. This years qowns have provided its brides with a choice of styles swinging all the way from straight lines to the most elaborate draping, and, about midway between these extremes are such lovely examples of the conven tional wedding gown as that shown in the picture. The bride that is fairly slender and tall will dote on this In terpretation of current ideas. The dress shows the skirt, with a draped tunic at the front, made In one with the bodice. It contrives to reconcile the smart ankle length of this season's GILKY s-IPES -- Friday-I give Jane sum candy today whitch I had tuk out of a: sack whitch ma had put away for private use. then dureing skool time Pug Stevens tuk a hand full out of her Desk. I was cernly mad i & cudent hardly keep my seet. But I did not beet upon him I am to much of a genelmen & then he is pritty big enny how. Saturday-had it all planned to go a fishing and Blisters had a boat and me & Jake had are bate dug and etc. Then ma & pa put up a skeme on me by concludeing I shud ort to wirk in the ole garden. It seems as if makeing me wirk is the fondest thing they are of. So the bate had to go with out me. When the fellas cum home haddent enny fish which helped me a little. Sunday-after s. skool pa & ma went to Ant Emmies house for din. ner & I went to Jakes house & then we went down home & clum in the winda & had a gloryus time a doing as we pleased. we found sum old fotagraffs of pa & we set & laffed till the teers run out are eyes, here after when I want to laff I will look at sum of his old fotagraffs. whitch was tuk about 20 yrs ago. Monday-pa sed they are a fella here in town whitch has 2 bottels of reglar beer like men ust to drink before the antysloon leeg busted it up. The fella sed he is saveing it to trade for a ottombeel. pa sed he is a myzer. Tuesdqy-nulthing doing only a test in skool. rotten day. H. N. G. C. THEATRE. Friday, June 4th.-Billy Rhodes in "Hoop-La," a 5-reel feature and 11th episode of "The Invisible HaMdr', featuring' Antonio Moreno with Pauline Curley. Saturday. June Sth.Florence Bil lings in "Wit Wins." a 6-reel Tri angle feature and a comedy, "Are Honey Mooners Happy." Sunday, June 6th-Alice Joyce in "The Sporting DTuchess," a Vita graph super-feature, with many scenes taken here in New Orleans, a 7-reeler, also comedy and Fox News. Air Power. An Italian inventor has produced a scheme by which vehicles of wheels and carriages and springs are to be propelled by air. According to the accounts, the scheme is to have huge tanks by the wayside holding vast quantities of compressed air. Loco motives and automobiles and tractors and motorcycles can ruan alongside and connect their tanks to the mother tak, gat a lot f compressed air oi board ad r toN the aest sto skirts with a long train-which ancoma plishment 1s not without difficulties. The satin bodice has a square neck which the bride may choose to fill in with a gulmpe of filmy lace or net, or wear as It is, since her throat is cov ered by a scarf of tulle-part of the v-ery interesting arrangement of the most voluminous of wedding veils. The veil falls from a cap which has a puff of tulle for Its crown and a band of orange blossoms that form a heavy wreath with long, slender sprays falling at each side. These trailing sprays have appeared in other arrange ments of the cap this season. All the tulle that can be put into a veil envel ops the bride in this stately costume and perhaps this accounts for the pearl heads that outline the square neck opening and emphasize it. Jewelry has been conspicuous by its absence in the costumes of this year's brides. but a necklace of pearls has always been allowed and one is worn in this in stance. If "pearls are for tears" the bride, being a very modern and up-to date young woman, has decided to defy fate. 6fr4 Wednesday-pa cum home and was a looking for a reseet for make ing sumthing at home. be was mad because he thought ma had hid it. whitch she did. she hid it in the Bible so they are a fat chants of he ever finding it. Thursday-Ma was good harted. when I cum home from skool she baked a lotta cookys & she made animals out of sum of the doe for me. she had tigers & snakes & dogs & cats & fishes & cows & etc. Jake cum down to help me & we plaid cirkus & farmers & everything & then when they was to dirty to play with we plaid like are mouths was Noys ark & marched them in & et them up. Yours truly. GILKY SWIPES. Holmes Serves Algiere as It Does New Orleans. A fast delivery service 1trucks leave the store every day at 2 o'clock) puts the Holmes store next door to every per son living across the river from New Orleans. Goods may be bought by mail or telephone. Orders re ceived in the morning are sent out the same afternoon. Shoppers from over the river, whe. they cone to Holmes are shown that splendid courtesy which has been the prime factor in building this institution. Whether you buy by mail, over the telephone or in per" son, Holmes welcomes you, and will serve vyo well. D. H. Holmes Co. La.-LIMITrED A" l , Mir. id Mrs. l mn . ,t , ;run, klh n .\1w a girl. l'Tll It.\111T I'ir. it(lt IIAN l A.llll.:Its All MAKE It \\l t , I i ,. tji i and RecTra. T 'I 1 'I:!_,l 'F ' a rIl' ill th Se a -' c . ll .l~I! "".r l d with a : I trin the lay· :..i th e .',., " , 'rt." ,. , ..j by f th e rob , ,ti :ld 1 ,.I it' r lr thr hi , il 1 1../E - , .,nt l r t h ..!u h , k . i. t: ,. lt r int iei -.'.,', 1 ", '.. t \:,i!t prohahlv ,l.,< filtle thir thscape. Drbe ia a, 'rh w, 1re relea seil froni the ja t l bank II mllakT' a deposit The robbe.ry occurred donr Inlulh hour and T)rez and Caylr were alone in the bank. . IrD. after waiting several seconds to mate a deposit. knocked on a glass c with a coin. The knock was bl by the two officials of the bank wh pounided on the inside of the vat W\hen Mr. Davis started an iv tion both I)rez and ('ayard sh for him to release them from th vault. lDavis was instructed tot(l tht, handle on the outside door a far to the left sid( as was posilk The big door of the vault spray open when Davis turned the haud to the left and the bank officerst4 their story of how two white na arined with revolvers,. had kh thetm up and committed the rol hery. The alarm was sounded k the police could find no one wh had seen the highwaymen enter x leave the bank. In a telegram received SaturNa the authorities of Orange. Te'm told the local superintendent ft they were positive they had the rit man. Mr. Drez agreed to g to Texas and see if he could ideMd the suspected bank robber. Mr. Drez returned to the city d day night. He said that he l been unable to connect Miller so the robbery. Miller was arrested Saturdadl the Sabine river ferry crosiagt o is said to have answered the dimpc tion of one of the two robbers. Detectives are working on Nsei clues. So far, the police have he unable to learn if the bandits rt an automobile after the holdmy SUMMER HOURI OF RETI STORES. The Canal Street DepartaMt Women's Specialty Stores an Idr stores in other lines In theO business district will observe " following summer' opening and d ing hours, it was announced Iii day by the Retail Merchaata' l I reau: From June 14th to Septetmbaer I inclusive. Saturdays during Jay Ied August excepted. 9 a. m., te I) m. During July and Aagst 1 will close on Saturdays at I e'dit BADLY SCALDUD. Dave Lewis, was badly sad about the body last week wldhi work at the Penick & Ford plan