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as It Does New Orleans. 4. .., : . "It,' D. H. Holmes Co. nrr,, N.w rY.. LIMITED ,,LA" t2. London and Frlrn. April J Ut2. UNION BAKERY E. W. NAGEL. Proprietor. The Bread With the Flavor. Made By Union Labor. Telephone Algiers 117 Corner Vallette and Alix Streets rInImMillliI ('ivil I)istrict Court. Succession of Mrs. Alphonse .1. Leitoeuf; petition for a family meeting. Succession of Mrs. Alphonse J. Leloeuf amounts to $3,407. Succession of Widow Michael Car rick, judgment signed, putting in possession. Permits. Sam Lewis .owner; Frank Allen. builder; open platform; Belleville, leArmas., Lamarque and Elmira. $500. Real Estate Transfers. Oakdale Impt. Co., to Peter Rouse. 2 lots. Whitney. Magellan. LeBoeur and S. P. R. R. Co. tracks, $2,0 cash. Friedrichs. Purchaser to Richard Johnson. lot. Whitney. Ptolemy. IeBonuf and S. P. R. Rt. tracks, $150 cash. FPriedrichs. Same to James B. Aikman. 2 lots. Columbus. eiBoeuf. Whitney and Magellan. $150 cash.--Friedridhs. Philip Rauschkolb to Leonard Le gendre, lot. Homer. Verret. Newton and Vallette. $2,500 cash.-Mahoney. Gibert I)eranberg to Albert Sch lumbrecht, portion. Nunez, Teche. Diana and Newton. $500 cash. O't'onnor. dip Jefferson 1). (,errets to Sunburban Bullding & Loan Association. 2 lots. Chestnut. Eveliua. VaTlette and Eliza. $7,000 cash.--- Loomis. Purchaser to James Grimes. same property, $3,500. terms.-Loomis. pcoe H ERE are the auto facts of the case. We are expert repair men and sell de- , pendable s mu V piles at friendly prices. T w o things that Mr. 0 Dollar Bill fig urea out at the end of a year are: "How much mileage did I get out of my car and what was the expense?" Mr. Bill is advis ing his army of friends to read his weekly ohat and take advan tage of real auto opportunities. The Shop That Gives Your Dollar a ong Ride. Alliers Garage and Maehine Works IR. A. HARPER. Proprietor 141 DELARONDE ST., Phone Algiers 64$ ·Il li ilw ()rl,.ans Plantation Co . to Arthur Tavlor. portion in Fifth District fronting on Cut Off Road. $40 cash. - Hart. Loyal J. Strassei and wife to Third District Iluilding Association. :3 lots. Diana , DeArmas. TBehrman and Numa Sts.. $2,500 cash. Purchaser to vendor, same prop erty. $1'2.3ot. terms.- Wegener. Miss Isabel I. O'Connor to Phoe nix Iluilding & Homestead Associa tion, lot. 5th District, Bouny. Se guin. Alix and Pelican Sts.. $4,000 cash.--Hubort. Leonard F. Gisch and wife to Third District Buildinc Association. ilot .Elmira. Pacific. Evelina and Eliza, $4.900 cash. --Wegener. Purchaser to Winm. Gillleh and wife. same property. $4,900 terms. --Wegener. Julius Bodenger to J. Bodenger Realty Co.. Inc.. lot. Webster, Wash ington. Aiix and Eliza. $200 cash. Ilennessey. Olivier Land & Impt. Co.. to Chas. Ernst. lot. Numan. Behrman. Doe Armas and Diana. $400 cash.-Hen nesey. LAW IS LAW-AND HE WINS FOR FINLAND 4 4 ehrnamen H. Kolehmainen, the famous runner, was not allowed to repe sent the United States at the 'Olympic games, so be ran under Finnish colors and wor the classics. It was discovered that although he has lived in this country eight years since his great triumphs in the 6000 and 10,000-meter races and cross-country in 1912, he is not yet naturalized. He is shown here decorated at the recent Olympic games with the classic wreath of laurel leaves. The speed boy looks as though he felt about as comfortable with that wreath A as Huckleberry Finn would ton a dress suit. i ST 9 LGILKY SWIPES -- __, Fr-:t r- Irntn l t 'a.t'y flnk.' r k id s -- , t li t . tti , ' !1 I n . i,: , a .t, 1!t,\ tinl \ht !! -, 1 I : i !: '1 L 1 ; 1 r " '1 & .i ; , , ; ': t ,t a ... . ", ' . , ..! N i-h .'. A . , +. ,,I ,t ! St It - I A really nec'mpi h .te repti, e r, cently arrived in London In th- shape.. of the Amnerienn "h, n-r TttotI sn:t1',e 'When appro he by m1 " ul It nlit- in 1 moslt dist ,rh in , way Inttentra' A rt eof mpl dy antd i rtltiln an awe someI h,,'il lIke a l ohra. If ever any thing said: : "I am dea:ith." it Is the h,- n,- ,l canaken rteiej.vint! a caller. AF -i :.a ' it nearer, Its ragie a:nil nen nee in'rea:e, but, one mnorte -tt'. and there i' tin anti-elilmax. Thi' hood collapes., the snake "flophs" to the ground, turns on its bat'k and ai pears perfectly lifeless. Stir It with a stick. and it remains as limp na a piece of garden hose., but turn your back anld it will crawl away. The two specimens now In the Zoological gardens, Regent's park. have gone through their "act" so often that they are too bored to repent It for the, pres ent. The point of the Joke is that the hog-nosed snake is perfectly h:irinless S Sheer Frocks for Evenings i I i~ ..C~~ 1 !2. :i ' :i · ·· •. . ,i L' CIIT-COLORIED and white frocks for midsummer wear replace con ventional evening dresses for dances and for all gayeties, when the weather is really warm. The younger women specially favor them. They are more crisp and fresh looking than silks and satins and decidedly more youthful. This last quality has made them the envy of mature women with the result that designers have put their wits to work and made up organdy dresses that are dignified and handsome for older wearers. Net and lace belong to all ages like batiste and embroidery and lately georgette has joined the ranks of those fabrics that every age may wear. Organdy made up with very narrow black lace as a trimming Is an innova tion, the lace appearing In little frills above the hem of the skirt, and as an edge for neck and sleeves. Black taf feta girdles-some times appliqued with gayly-colored artificial flowers may tone up a simple organdy frock to the degree of sophistication required by wearers who are no longer young. Vilos and organdies in flower-like colors have been rivals it pretty frocks this season. Lavender, pink, jade, yellow, blue and orchid shades are lovely in them and these colors with the introduction of lace or net Model Sheet Metal Works FRANK BRAAI, Prop. lepair Work, Gutter Spouting, Steam and Gas Fitting, Sheet Metal Work of All Descriptions. Gas Stove Repairing Our Specialty. PHONE ALGIERS 377 319 NEWTON STREET I, I; t .." ý i" ! ", ,· : · , .. I · ii·. }: - 1 t¶ I . :" h> It un ,t I M-- rII\( \t:\T ES k V' .. U_ '1 A u . ( *'. . ,'t "'h " .1' :!1 , ( rnI" !:t, . ¾.. l: t\ . :r". .ph II.- I' I·u·, u.". :r I V·i \"'~r 0 .1) Nut 1rtrv l ·:w " o Bo:h-i ::'i F 'r,:r. 1 .a - * r Th"' S uli-r.n N.- ur have furnished most alluring thing for summer days and nights. Wide tucks. hemstitching bands in net or lace, used as inserts, have made it pos sible for designers to vary them in the matter of embellishments and frills have played a great part in organdy dresses. Depending on none of these there is an occasional frock that achieves a success by other means like the dress of pink organdy shown in the plcture. It has a moderately full underskirt with a cluster of three tucks above the hem and a full long tunic finished in deep scallops at the bottom with picot edges. The tunle and bodice are joined on the hips un der a corded tuck and the neck is fin ished with a scalloped collar having rows of small crochet buttons at the front. There is a modest little chemisette of tucked net and novel girdle of silk cord with very short tas seled ends. The sleeves in this frock are a little longer than those made earller-covering the elbows. If one has that rare gift-pretty elbows they might be shortened with good e feet. d64z; M" I _ - 1 , ,r l l . . 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Duncan. Sunday. Oct. 3rd.-Vivian Martin in "Htusbands and Wives". a comedy drama in 6 reel.. A monkey comedy. "Their First Flivver." featuring Napoleon and Sally, also latest Fox cNews First show Friday. 7 p. m. First show Sunday. 6:30 p. m. Even Oh pr"isoner was sais&d THE CASE was over. WAS OUT of smokes. AND WE jury.men. AND I talked to him. c WERE LOCKED in a room. AND GAVE himn onS. AND ONLY ona of us. OF MY cigarettes. WAS FOR conviction. IT MAY have bees. AND HE Stuc'. to it. JUST A coincidesea ALL THAT d:.-. IT MAY have beae AND AT supper time. BUT I rather doubt IL WE FELT like sending. HE FINISHED the sU*° FOR ELEVEN suppers. AS I finished my talk. AND ONE bale of hay. AND HE said, "Aull i AND THEN a'l through. YOUR ARGUMEN o ARE LIKE your l. THE LIVELON3 night. ARE LIKE your * 0 THEY SATISFY." WE TALKED an!l fought. . * * BUT NO argument. WOULD SATISFY him. C And yet I . * * With "body" p - AND FORNING came. cigar smoker, I~ arI-. mild enough to suit S8 A GRAY and cheerless dawn. smoker. hey're ild .d SRAY'"soss.." That isd - AND OUR stubborn friend. Chesterfied have S* * among both dcla d M Iesste T CIGARETTES I 11I\jI I '1| 1't I I., ,11. 11 I '1:1 I - l I - i 11 lt I IIlI It I 1I i 11 li %- t Foto's Folly Theatre Iq- l% II.I ,:.7 OfI f! 14.1 117 I i I ll' 4. I -1 r a r, j 1 ' ,, I.\ of1, t1 1 l Pat IIII 1 E i OF lII' 'I(. SI r y A . "h " l 7 I i, ,.v,. Xta' ,.'r.1,Fa y Rn k rlday, c . . .... ar ta itr sai !lc, . iludPJ.g war ta . w r . atuy TULANE THEATRE I1..11 11V \ . "' l'\ ll 1 \I 1' TIGER ROSE PRICES NIGHT 50 to 2.50 MATINEE 50 to 2.00 f iN ll 'ZZ%2I ' .\- 1..F I I l l.% II .IA IRIl.. I I . t IRRJA [f1r .I I.Ltr.lI:Th- " li S1 F:I: r tI iF---Grand N e .'l ,.m "Tannhaemll " tI .Irche-tra NUIst and hJeff Ioloedy l "TI! F" ,l)\;lIR IIg', 1'\1 :aturday-The !Hu1hie*, Scream., "5 I'I.ATc'II MY RAC(" JUNIOR THEATRES CONTINUOUS ALACE tol P.M. ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Vaudeville 3-7-9 P. M. NEW ORLEAIS ONE DISTINCTIVE PLACE OF POLITE EITERTAIllEIT IF PARTICULAR PEOPLE SHOWING 5-Acts--B. F. Keith's SUPERIOR Vaudeville aM S Special Foto Plays at Moderate Prices Matinees 15c 20c 25c. Nights 15c 25se . MONTH END SALE OF I'LAYERII. AND PIANOB About 50 (i;rnds. Uprights sad Players In laded. Terms arraen a purchase to sult yeur ceavenience Come early. No matter what you wat, we halve t. Thre's no amed for inatsbb without a plane In their home If they attend this ale. Thas UVlgl priced from 5P0 up. (lip this ad now and bring it with you tomorrow. We Repeat---et Here Early. SPi a n o Co.