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Holmes Serves Algiers
as It Does New Orleans. A fast delivery service (trucks 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, when they come to IHolmes 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 you well. D. H. Holmes Co. 2:: ",' n rr n LIMTED *w Spectal August Rale of Complete VIOLIN OUTFITS At Greatly Redueed Price.. EACH OUTFIT CONSISTS OF A Liautrful hImd-made Violna Beek of Popular VIoUl Pieces Compleo Violln lastruetor Extra strings Welld-alaued bow Chin rest Auctomate aleklpilated stead Tuning- pipes Pemo of roesm Eboay mute A SMALL PAYMENT WHEN YOU SELECT TOUR OUTFIT AND THE BALANCE CONVENIENT PAYMENTS If you eamot cal,. write us for further partiulrs.. *44*MS 540.543 Bar.ase - . W IBarease tUPiano Co. Monster 15th Ward Mass Meeting Orleans Democratic Association Opelousas Avenue and Olivier Street TONIGHT 8 P. M. WILr3Y MACK JO)HIN U NOMAN MUSIC AND FIREWORKS COME and HEAR Algiers Opportunity' THE TRUTH To Meet and Hear the Candidates of the Ladies and Every Voter, Orleans Democratic Cordially Invited. Association A1pakw t. MMtaian Speakers at the Mass Meeting Andrew J. McShane, E. M. Stafford, Wilbert Black, John R. Norman, Richard M. Murphy, Stanley W. Ray, Charles Rosen, Ivy G. Kittridge, Roland B. Howell, Thomas I. O'Connor, N. E. Humphrey, R. J. Weinmann, - -- , Michel Provosty, John P. Sullivan. an. w.. The Has ofisLae Simner 'I' It A 'IY; i t. I MIDSUMMER'S dazzling light. - eyes retreat into the shadow of wide-brimmed hats; those glowing and protecting shadows that millinery of fers In so great a variety of color and degree of shade. Leghorns, crepe, hair-braid, taffeta, organdy and many other airy stuffs go to make up the gay or picturesque dress hats that are the climax of the year's story In millinery and along with these bright crowns for beauty's head there are always those stately hats of fine black lace or mallnes. These seem fewer this colorful year than in past sum mers, but they are among those pres eat and perhaps a little more distin guished than ever. But the wide brimmed hat is not for every face or every occasion; it has competitors that are oftener worn and narrower brimmed, like those examples for mid summer wear that make up the group of hats shown above. In this group there are four hats that present themselves as millinery of the kind that makes Itself very gen erally useful and It includes one hat at the top of the picture-made of black malines and having a curtain edge about the brim. The brilliant material called cellophane adds a spar kle to the design, placed in parallel rows about the crown and in th,' upper brim. There is no trimming except a sash of satin ribbon with bow and ends across the front. Below it, at the left, there is a hat of pink crepe georgette, faced with a light, soft braid in the same color. It has a scarf of georgette that falls from the brim at the back and Is edged with button hole stitches in yarn. This scarf is embellished with yarn embroidery in pastel colors and furnishes all the dec oration the model needs. A very simple but becoming hat at the right is made of wide satin ribbon, having double tucks across it at inter vals. This shape has proved so great a favorite that it will reappear in fall hats. This model being of ribbon, in a strong blue, may be worn at any season. The last hat has a brim of raffia and soft crown of taffeta and contents itself with a sash and ends of narrow satin ribbon finished with fringe. For Dancing Frocks. Gold and -ilvtr cloth are favored for (dinil:L froctks fXPERT DYER IS HERE. 1 0. Dorsey Secures Expert in This Line-. ill Dye Clothes and Other Fabrics in as Many as 15 to 20 Shades. O Dorsey, the pioneer cleaner and dyer of I Ladies' and Men's Clothing in Algiers, is now I prepared to dye fabrics and clothing of all j . kinds in any shade or color desired. Dorsey f is able to do these big things by having lately d S secured the services of the expert, Richards, who has been in charge of one of the best cleaning and dying establishments In this city where he has held a continuous position for - over fifteen years. The expert. Richards, knows his business of handling the very fine lingeries of ladies' and children's dresses, lie is a finished expert and by his employment Dorsey has elevated his business to a standard, the equal of any in the city of New Orleans. Mr. Dorsey states that all cleaning and dying going out from his place will positively be guaranteed as to color and quality of work. The well known place of O. Dorsey is located at 711 Teche street, where prompt attention is paid to personal calls and if you will phone the establishment, Algiers 9127 prompt response will come from such calls. Don't send your work to the city when it may be done on this side of the river equally well if not better in some instances. You not only save your car fare and ferriage, but the great amount of time consumed in going to the city. O. Dorsey's prices are not any higher than the prices asked for good work done by the best establishments in the city of New Orleans. ti ti Civil Iistrict Court. Sussession of Roselius Folse amounts to $2100. Contracts' Frank Castrogiovanni, owner. Au-. gust Frank, contractor; alteration, repairs, etc., to building 1000 Alix Ave.. $972; Jos. Lautenschlaeger, surety.-Hennessey. Real Estate Transfers. Miss Myra C. Gerard to Mrs. An gelina Larremiaga. portion Felicity. St. Mary, Magazine and Camp, $5000 cash.-Quintero. Succession of Jos. Otis Meyer, et al., to Third District Bldg. Assn., two lots. Opelousas, Evelina; Wag ner, and Webster. $1900 cash. Loomis. Lee Wattigny to Third District Bldg. Assn. lot, same square, $800 cash. Purchaser to vendor, same prop erty. also two other lots, same spare. $2400 terms-Loomis. Jos. A. Milan to Andrew Johnson, two lots, DeArmas, Hendee. La marque and Wagner, $33.84 cash. Humphrey. Robt. L. Hughes to Herbert L Harding, square, Socrates, Ptolemy. Elmira and Belleville; triangular square. Socrates. Belleville. 'allette and Gosselin. and portion of square No. 541.-Hennessey. Permits. F. Castrogovanni, owner; A. Franck, builder; repairs and altera tions to private market, 1000 Ax,. $972. R. Hughes, owner and builder, single bungalow, 845 Bebrman Ave., $4500. P. F. Brown, Jr., owner and build er; double residence, Whitney Ave., Pelican, Alix and LeBoeuf, $2800. OBITUARY GONIlti L .A--On WVeda lth at 11:30 a. m., F , 4 .hubainl of Ella SehI8 I)ceasr.d w"as a native of was forty-firv years of a . uneral took place Thursuy loon at 3 o' clock from his 1 Ience in Patterson St. M:, iu t. \ary's Cemetery SQlRRY AINT YOU ? \ \ ~ I y , u r eat - t ill tart. f i t' - ,arb trator iý, ; i; !-t a ·in let I),,]1::r ftill w ill tell ,t11 t 111:1! an acquain" t;tLnc \t\ th thi- sh, p is r.al I:t 'l,, it l ile insur ici .\lak' thi' 'our ' r- i't ct ttha n. ()utr atd\ i,' i ',rth more than t' ' , r r t at r, and X11 ThI"e Shop That Gives er Dollar a Log ! r Algiers brap nd Machine Work R. A. HARPER, PIet . 141 IDEIARONDE 9. Phone Algiers GO Save CaFare arF Grafonolas Records-NeedlesA4upml may be had at S.. 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