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T4 T 'Lg)Y \0O.. 29 ''.113. t;red as second 'lass iatter -q X u·aryv . 19,4, at the j)otftlice at rii ct 'veOI'or, La., under Act of 10t !rs el March 31,. 1879. lser pt;"u prl ,e $2.(31 ý . '. 4". S )lli('ial Journal.:it4 4>l `l6ie 14 Published thri'e lines a week., .uin day inorniig, Tus lay and f hui day aftcrnooin, ait 2( Mi lain slrtie, by The Caucasian Printiln , Ltd. V. Gro-sje'an ditor. - he ýan,,del.h-tluhnmphre(.ve i. In the llan stle -ll- IHu! uitlw.? hii , which i, p'ndii i ,t Ill- I nlM e't States S ,m, it', is 'o ,Io .'(I 1!4,' r' -,i - ti.ni ouUs inprolt\ ,'n ! 'iii of f i .fi--l -i; sippi lRiver lrol I I), he al I t I ,, Passes to Ih li i i ,l lih of tI . iil, River. this wn ed is iunperi· \' anIi should rIe,' I'li' t ,peelie ,I I, "i-I tention fronm C.r.. TI. Ihill has been approved by Ihi' Wi'c.ll-ibiPll Missver issippi llnissin. I i nile Stae t o gover-nl' nt l ni tn Ini 's. ln-,l fitas the ndoill h ent of, i l ities i towns, througih liwir councl ilk I li mayors, as well as 1li. co(nnll riail organizations lhrougho(-lv the entir'1 Mississippi Valley. .t is not poosi-i ble to over.estimate the lmne-I fit that will he derived fro, ° such improvement, and IAimrefei',. Shre.eport° shoul4 l'" represenlte in the convention tQ he helu.l in !'w OG leans on Saturday., 'i)v. 29. lhi,' convention is to h' lelrl unl'r 14t auspices of the New Orleans iaard' -of Trade. The pu.pose of this cr-' vention is to urge immeciale tlim in the appropriation of $OA,OOtIl(: for the completion of the levee sy-s tem as-is provided in this ijll. SThe proposed expenditure is toe -, divided' into five annial pl)ment'1 of. $i2000,000,. and is to be' uSiei the, direction of the Mississilpiý T: Riffr pmmimsion. v:i ry State bordering on the gis-i . Sippi frdll the Ohio River to thi ,, $ of .. Mexico has a direct .res:, . "the oposed levee systif,l and i im each of, these States there 'iil Sirezi;aelse tiatives at the .iNew O' . n.1 ceuintiltion. At this ~therinl S-Iti'O of LouisiaStia should iepreesentatives. S7. t i~l4e- idle to discuss the' "A3 ti : levee system by the i,1vftntI. No Slate nor o.the States affected S irtk.. a from the Mis i d- the means for: ' tsphendous undertaking. , as well as Sbhe provided U w '. leality of tht. Sthe thf ted States. 8s&e. t udicial TDis parish, La h Taylor, Ad L~ f seizure anc ryen ease, 1 er sa l. ii :MTd withoUw ,at iii e e oouF -of the afl build-* t ieron ~*Wil pf i9or IIM, T t cfJkpe ý.- e ~jljjtii J..a:iplr: s . : Pte. or l =sold -%ort; L hr vt l a, on ~~;~tl~lthe f dg tii a Eyor LitELPt, IiNTS !FOR OUSEWIVES An Adjustabl Cover That Fits Any Iind of Pot. A t u9a1 that *III St Sa3 takl1W ?teins4l- f. skillet (< Mettle-or ny .ize h: t e. ent;l bt3e ;atented4 and ,4Pe.t~ fit lill by extensioyt and *54J4a tion St (c4 " t adjusted to any siv u:W tktes t i e plte o~ nlany cot. er it variols size Insteae f resting en ir)l 4tf ti littl., it springs against tl3) insie W 1tia tie tbo( and keeps all di iliapiigs inside eu 1 tlsetR al~ SI the s-..9 Itte doe shape Confines the 4.ai4 ang insurge eve Ctookinf e 9*- T$urned oeftt n eO >e4 to t Whianing lilMb InoW !hits lInen 3s alwaft S 1*. Out the saIt iolathods of whitening are rul$$t o o. table. Sven am ols 164t3 iltO tie fiber, and tiany Oas.iia p~ dter catin Sustle Soda uP acils Vbtli bate S tendency to stake tle tbhads 0a0 cause g.reaks that i stty WAmgSa a1pS tof well ends the ut eltlagi e t a lSMeet .They alea gecw IQ a t stIe s o 1ea. A lit tle gNallbO it 1(ta the wash 9ater a1 I" tlS aiei hale toe rasing wa tte W titiert ls lthe 411 and gen etpa tha le.te leav$l them as pbhe t tbellgS h~ bad been spread spap it gar S several hours, and t9 tpab of .d il4G lessened halt mWabp. Vipe s.rt Saist an~t other 4trtt4e 0 Oe Y s b h sozled." neg .bilobd. a4s w~h the gasolinmi aid Sity Uft OiadlplaimS should be rjeiL t a e U of ronomy (p is 1e4 ee41~ st ts tSetme badly so4 4 r *49 're Sains th4 nature Ma to gc4talgd a1 then $hey shIlO tb S 4t before pauing ie 8agag$ I) water, as watE fixes cer tain eMt 4 s ISt b sositl t *seg F0 Ohi4 ba 5 p% eper who is jba <4 dah* china will, Iam sure, be pleas ea to knae hol to prevent thin culps from @rackiln* 4en hot liquids are pourei :ut@ thºe. Before the cuos are use& put them into a pan cold water and place the pan on the range where the water will gradually come to a boll. Ali.w to hola few minhutes when the etdps cam be removed and wiped. They 'are then teady 'or use. If you will do this you will find the caups will not crack so easily. and the differenee in the length of time they can ie used will fully coin *pate for the trouble. When pouring a Hqu.t Into a icU it Is well to-put a tep.poeo thto 4be cup and pour the liquid on the spoot t itead of the cuag. Putting sug ar into the cup before pouring In the tea, coffee or chocolate is also a safe guard. 91ome Hels. Celery roots boiled, cooled and cut into dices make a very acceptable' salad. L.ace continually cleaned with gase ilel, or naphtha will turn yellow qxgcklyf. Goo+d lard is much better than but te for `basting roasted meat and for ping. A little mustard ribbed on the hands before washing them will remove the odd of fish. ;' keep clothing from freesing on the line io cold weather put a little ualt in the last rinsingta water. l To make velvet collars look like new rub briskly with alcohol. This cuts all the grease and removes every" Miettcle of dirt. Cleaning Rugs. For cleaning an oriental n a this iaetbi is very good: First beat the rug *ttll a rattan beater, then brush tleko4Wy with a whisk broota to re movr dut beateato topsurface. Whed *tlh 1eileda to aiMhten the colon go ovr6r the entire surface with a stlff brish dlppedt." warm water and am monia and a little whate'soal. After doing this you will and the resultb very satisactory. Tarnished Silver. When the inside of a silver teapot sarts to tarnish the following idea is very good to make it look .like new: ut a large pleee of washing soda into Spst and #41 with baing water. bol bit for one hour. and you will U 11t qpl beem.e as brght Inside as eaut and the seda will not .njure the alke in ea# way. When fring dougheuta put one tea speoaful, of vinear tti* the grease sial$-t doughasts wilal Sot~a, up the rmhe, blt be light dufluky. o oer with plvgrpised " sur agd place in a stone ora k to keep moist. Cover with a heavy lld. A CuItSiertai p. When iaking shbort 'lice oret seai eaurtais It its a very giued plea to e, pipins eord ?at. tie hms oa 00e s5a ft prev.n.s the ctomitan f au we rug :p I IHE WORUL OF $PORIT Oet Jardieo of Chicago an Able Center. .Ies Zardien. Che Ion. Sank= e nte playe of the tniversitl of Chicago footiba team, ,as been playing a stel lar game this season. lie is the tallest man that ver ,el@ $ows the renter position on a Warsity eleven. Coach Stagg says les lardiem is the best tentS the West eae &a$ im erany year, Againi Ingfidt toeieg Metholo Captain Denegre ef the Yale sowing squab will is a few days drake formai announcement of what is to become of the English goaching methods. Ever sire the defeat of the tale crew by Princeton on Lake Carnegie there bas been a storm of protests against the English stroke from undergraduates and graduates. So strong has become the demand for a clinge that the tow ing authorities had to take the Mattee under consideratioS The taf) lalumi hI) ip •3ay I, part: *It is S tonltio Sat a th.?il. that tday confronts Iale lowing. The whole purpose 4f the graduate .eacb ing movement was to bring the gradu ates and undergraduates into eo-opere the relation in the rebuildlnrof a tale school of rowing. This has ..* 5-orked out as had been Kpecte4, but that some way can be found i$ Which it .as work out we believe is still possible. "gp rowl4i as i5 baseball anO Coat ball, a permanent resideit toacd slay be looked for and if this coach can be a graduate oa $She nivqsitg SOe Mud the bett..' War.'Tener Vor Sall Seagu *sifae. The eight club owners in the Nation al league lave decided on Governor John K. Tener of Pennsylvania as president of the senior baseball organ laation. Governor Tener is aware of his selection. He doesn't say that Se wouldn't accept. It. It is. practically certain that he will agree to take the ofAe¶ if It comes to him unanimously and with a proviso that he is elected for a term of fve years. Governor Tener is thoroughly posted oa haseball matters. He was a pitcher for the Chicago club twenty-five years ago. anid he has followed the game eter since. Healways favored the Na tloemt league. Governor Tener made the Chicago All American worl4'a tour In 1888 and retired from the. game in 1881. He settled down in Pittsburgh as a bank cler- aid soon began to make progress in the political world. His, term as govqgrnr of Pennsylvania does not eixple until next fall. Recommends World's Series. The A merlcan league has voted uanatinosly against the proposal to substiftae a general interleague series for tie, world's aeries as now played: The magnates also discussed informal ly the demapds of the Player's federa tion and pronounced severaf of them aceeptable. A committee was appoint ed to represent it in a small convent tion t oisi;ter revision of-the rules. ' isague will suggest the shorten ing o.of laylng season by starting It on. . 14 and ending it on Oct. 7. _The ate. however,. depend on the Na tilmil league agieeing to them. The dat&afor the schedule meeting was not aanqunheed. Grand CircuittStewards to Meet. President H. ' . Devereaux has is seed, a call for a conference of the stewiods of the grand circuit to be held at- the Holland House, in New York, .n Sunday morning. Nov. 23, at 11 o'ecik. The object of a special meeting at this time is to fornmulate plans for next year's meetings in adi venac of the annual meeting, which. uadir the bylaws must be held on tineday, Jan. 13. 1914. Orders Ahearn to Return. Dan Morgan, who sent Young Abeamr the Brooklyn welterweight, to Paris with Dan McKetrick. has cabled to Ahearn to take the first steamer bak, to this country. Ahearn was re-, centy knockedeeat by Badon, the rush inlg ghter of Prance. in Paris. and Moedga claims that McKetriek used bad Judgment in making the match on tor das notice. Hard Luck For Fighters. Joe Jeanette, Frank Moran. Otto Kohler. Tindiny Gavigan and Young Abeern, the American fighters who wft tri s With Dan McKetrick. waire wH*rng the trip over, and ot NavSar tom tahe attack -5- r~~.'bPiiiid· liTABtES itL 1HE LIMELIGHT hDabid 3 I/ sst, , Cowemoo Elect of Wflssachusettt for the *Iiiri terlie ?g succession M (assachusetts is 9, have a Ilemocrat in the guhernatoriay ehair. David j. Walsh. who was recently elected to succeeG Eovernor toss, is the present lieutenant governII of the old Bay State. The canmpaign this year was a three cornere" affair. .th- epublican vote being divided between the regu lars anu the ui ll Sioose eontingent. This inlae easy sailing for Mr. Walsh. suovernor los ass. also tahe nddate. but as toel 4 ao t announce th olandi date. Stil the st omeign anthis y ear as an inbpeniel t di nida figueen the t reguny extent at the polls.oosontingent. Governer ole t' alsii snddatve. of 1lassachusetts anl t forsty-one years ol ale Bas educates at Holy Cross college. W'orcester. and the boston uni versity lag secoo4 Afteb ueceivinl his law legr! bee begae tractia at Clin ton. aler emorving to l'itchburp, where be Ras sin(e livedt Se got hil early political'traini/g as a membet of the -Iassachusett legls!atur". it which body be wa.e " Olsil.t SIgues tor severat 3lsa -/asytand's Sew tinSed taslae len-.._ A» interesting an* somewhat intrl cafe legal question arose in connection with the Olection of Slair Lee of Sil ver Spring. who SWas recently chosen United States senator from Maryland by popular -ote. Sir. Lee. who is a Democrat. was elected to fil out the term of the late Isidor Rayner, which does not expire until March 3, 1917. The peculiarity of the Maryland situs BLAIe LEE. tion is to be found in the fact that Governor Goldsborough had previously appointed William P. Jackson. a Re publican, t'o fill out the identical unex pired term of the late Senator Rayner. Senator Jackson was appointed on Nov. 29. 1912, before the seventeenth amendment to the constitution provid ing for the direct election of senators went into effect Mr. -Lee was chosen under the new laiw by vote of the peo ple. Under the old law Senator Jack son is entitled to his seat until the Maryland legislature meets' and has had an opportunity to elect: This will be next January. There-is no doubt. however; that Mr. Lee will be seated by the senate as soon as his dre dentials are sent by the governor. Senator Elect Lee is a progfeesive Denbocrat and has been an active sup porter of William Jenniigs Bryan in all of his campaigns. An Artistic Blacksmith. James Cran. who astonished the world by his reproduction of flowers in his Belgian blacksmith top. works at a forge in Cranfleld. N. J. Not tong ago he was doing common blacksmith ing work. Art critics say that he has g.ine muchb closer to nature in his work than Van Boeekel. He uses no models. and works with only the simplest tools. He began his apprenticeship as a blacksmith in Scotland at the age of elgbteen. but sine Ises bas iaved b ADELAIDE 011 COMPANY, Charter Amended from the Southern Oil and Gas Compaay. At a Pegular meeting of the stock holders of V Southern Oil and Gas Compasn, eor'porac:cl organized en Oct. 9, 9913, held Oct. 43, 1013, all of the stockholders aeing present, waiving notice and signing the min utes of the meeting, en motion C. U. Keen was made the chairman. and D. W. N4orri, secretarp of sail meeting, sho motifled the stockhol.o era that the name of the sompany had already bees takes banIotB.r company. The following resotution was ef fered by C. W. Lane: Lesolved, that the charter of the Southera Oil and Gas Company be amended by sub stituting the same Adelaide Oil Company for the eoatsher Oil aad Gas Company. This motion was seconded by S. B. Hicks; the motion being put, all the stockholdere voted is the afirana tive. C. W. tane thes otered the fol lowing resolution: Resolved, that Article & of the aharter of the Sou hhorn Oil and Oas Company, as re corded and published, be emended so as to read: "Article 5--The Same of this eor poratios shall be the Adelaide Oil Company, and by this name it shall have power and authority to have and enjoy succession for a period of ninety-nine years; to contract, sue and be sued;'to make and use a cor porate seal and the same to break alter or amend at pleasure; and un der this name to hold, receive, pur chase Or otherwise acquire, to own convey, sell or otherwise dispose of to lease, pledge, mortgage or other wise hypothecate, property, seal and personal and mixed.! Thie motion was secondet By A. E. Hlicks The metioc Being put, all the stockholders eoted in the affir mative. pW.hereupos it sap. orderef, on motios duly made and carried, that the amendmenk be recorded and published according to law. There being no further business before the aeeting same was ad ,ourne*. C. D. KEEN, Chairpian. Attest: A. W. Norris, Secretary: State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Before me, the undersigned au thority, came and appeared R. W. Norris, secretary of the stockholders meeting of the Southern Oil and Gas Company, who being duly sworn de poses and says that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the minutes of the stockholders meeting of said company held Oct. 13, 1913. R. W. NORRIS. Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 13th day of October 1913. CLIFTON W, DAVIS, s Notary Public Caddo PariSh, La. Endorsed: Filed and recorded Oct. 13, 1913. WM. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original act as the same now appears on file-and of recotd in my office. Given under my hand adn seal of office this 18th day of Octo ber 1913. WM. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Oficto Deputy Recorder. Oct, 48. Marseha' Sinle. No. 8,567-In the City Court of Shreveport, La.: Mack Wellman vs. G. E. Smith. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued in the above entitled and numbered suit, by the Hon. L. C. Blanchard, judge of the City Court, Shr'eveport, La., and to me directed, [ have seized and will sell at public auction, at the Texas street front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, between the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1913, Lot No. 84 and the east holf of lot No. 65 of the Pinehurst Subdivision of the City of Shreveport, Fourth Ward of Caddo Parish, La., with all buildings and improvements there on. The above property seized as belonging to the defendant and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt as specified in said writ, sky the sum of $50, with interest from the 20th day of February 1913, at 8 per cent per annum, and 10 per cent at at torney's fees, and all costs. Terms of sale cash with the benefit of ap praisement. G. F. GERRAFD, City Marshal. Caucasian, Oct. 23, 1913. Sueeesion Notice. No. 16,094-First District Court, Par ish of Caddo, State of Louisiana: Succession of Ike Silverstein. Notice is hereby given that S. N. Kerley, administrator, has this day tiled final account in said succession, and unless opposition bemade there to within the time specified by law the same will be duly holomogated as prayed for. Witness the Hon. Jdhn R. Land, judge of said court, this 13th day of November 1913. W. M. IZVY, De ity Clerk ,lo 1Ztf 6 THI S and THAT HY7ERE one mam gets wicb shough HERE owe ease ma pooeysheg Ihasar doe eJPislatiso, a ivdre6 h.he r ow unetheod el l.ing, maey PQQR. S, drsd get RICki. The Vise Man ChLrove tAl 8etter Patt, eand Platc Iiie Maose in the Savinge Sank The CONTINENTAL ANM I 'A TRUST CO Shrewepooe, Le. S. G. DREYFUS CO., WhotesaTe Oea'ers in Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishing ioods Corner Spriin ar.d Crockett Streets PROMPT ITTENTION GIVEN TO COUNTRY ORDERS. Henry Rose moved to Hamiter=Busbey Bldg. Foot of Texas Street .__ _ --- HERMAN LOEB, DEALER IN - kldes, Wool, Tallow, Beeswax, Furs COMMERCE STREET. Next to V. S. & P. RAILWAY. SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA. 1 guarantee to sellers the best prices obtained in St. Louis, view Orleans, Vicksburg, Galveston and Houston markets. PROMPT RETURNS. ke Florskeim ,ros. 9rqgoodsd o. est WHO LESALE Sry : ood, fo1tions and urnihing foods 510-12-514-516 .Tomeree Street 7(tem ork 'Offiee. 4 tofard direet Sheriff's Sale. -No. 17,466-In the First Judicial Dis trict Court Of Caddo Parish, La.: E. R. Bernstein vs. D. A. Welch. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed from the Honor able First Judicial District Coura of Caddo Parish, La., in the above numbered and entitled suit, I have' seized and will offer for sale at pub lic auitionr for cash and without the benefit of appraisement, ot the prin cipal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours of sales, on SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1913, Lot thirty-five (35) of bilock "C" of the Texarkana Annex to the City of Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Lauis iana, with the buildings and im provements thereon. Said property seized as belonging to the above named defendant and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt s specified in said writ say in 'the suth of six hundred and twenty-five dollars with eight per cent per annum in terest thereon from the 10th day of July 1911 until paid, and all costs of this suit, as well as ten per cent on said principal and interest thereon as attorney's fees. J. P. FLOURNOY, Sheriff, ex-Oflicio Auctioneer. Caucasian, Oct. 30, 1913. Estray Notice. Taken up by Richard Meddows on the Clingman Nursery and Orchard Co's property at Keithville, La., and estrayed before me, the undersigned authority, one black pony horse, about 9 years old, about 14 hands high, with scar on right front foot as if having been maide by the cut of barbed wire, no other marks or brands visible. Owner will come forward, prove property and pay charges, or the above animal will be sold according to law at Keithville, La., on Saturday the 29th day of November 1913, during the legal hours of sale; J. F. HENDERSON, Justice of the Peace 7th Ward of Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Caucasian, Oct. 26, 1913. Sheriff's Sale. No. 17,485-In the First Judicial Dis trict Court of Caddo Parish, La.: Chas. L. Horne vs. W. E. Quinn. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed from the Hon orable First Judicial District Court of Caddo Parish, La, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auc 1an for cash and without the bene fit of appraisement, at the prihcipal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours of salse, on SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1913, Lot one hundred and eight and half of lot one hundred and nine adjoin ing and lying next to said lot one hundred and eight of the Temple man Subdivision of the City of Shreveport, La., with all the build. ings and improvements thereuu. Said property seized as belonging to the above named defendants and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt as speci fed in said writ say in the sum of fve hundred dollars with eight pe cent per annum interest on $250.00 thereof from June 23, 1910, and eight per cent on $250.00 per annu from the Ist day of Feb ruary 19 1, until paid, and all costs of this siit, as well as ten per cent on said rincipal and interst as at torney's tees. J. P. FLOURNOY, S eriff. ex-Oficio Auctioneer. Caucasian, Oct. 21, 1913. Constable Sale. In Justice Court, Ward Two Parish of Caddo, State of Louisiana: Mrs. Lula Williams vs. L. O. Williams. By virtue of a writ of fleri facias to seize and sell the property of de dendant, L. O. Williams, issued by the Hon. C. E. Dunson, Justice of the Peace for Ward Two, Parish of Caddo, State of Louisiana, to me d: rected, I have seized and taken into my official custody and will offer for sale at public auction with the ben efit of appraisement, for cash, at the front door of the court house of .he Parish of Caddo, during the legal house for sales, on SATURDAY, 'NOV. 29, 1913, The following described property, o-wit: All right, title and interest n and to the undivided one-thirtieth nterest in the northeast quarter of southeast quarter of section 12 and the northwest quarter of northeast luarter of section 11, township 21, nge 16, and the southwest quarter :nd the southeast quarter of the iorthwest quarter and southwest luarter of the northeast quarter, all n section 34, township 22, range 16, .o pay and satisfy the judgment as ;pecified in the writ of fieri facial n the sum of $82.45 rendered against iad defendant L. O. Williams in said ,uit, together with costs of this pro eeding. C. P. BARNETT, Constable Ward Two. Caucasian, 0o4, s8 tle3.