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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

THE HERALD. OL XXI. .Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS RECORD. VOL. XXII. -O T ... NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914. No. 33. TO ONE AND ALL A MERRY XMAS "GREATEST STORE SOUTH" i PERSONALS Ii AND OTHERWISE M ike. O Shea has returned from Pan 3ana. wA here he spent the past year. i Miss Omega liuguet is slending the holidays with her parents here. Mrs. George Leber. of Alexandria. I preselntd her husband with a tine baby girl last Friday. .lrs. Leber was for- c1 merly Miss ('ora Ric-hard of our town. Id There will be a moonlight ride and dance by Santa Maria ('ouncil, Knights i of Columbus, Saturday. January 23, on \ the steamer Sidney. aith a committee in charge headed by Judge Thos. '. a (;off as chairman and IL. W. Peterson, c ex-officio, assisted by Prank Duffy, A. I HIerbert, A. Grimes, E. .1. lMcMahon. T. J. Rooney, M. F. Donner, B. \. Borne. I t;eo. Forrest, .1. Ryan, F. Meyers...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

Railroad Schedules. :lW (IRI.FN. SI0;'TlI"LRN AND GILAN"'I Lea's Arrives Al;.,.ra Algiers 4 40L4;,. m I ma : . I c S. ,. & m .tn..l:45 M a?. wa:a, d " . . 1 l.a. y .e . ..n. 7 :2., :. m * :a.' ., . .9& .4il Oa 4 a. "1 t:s .\ . .. ,.t~ li \ l' ~l:t . :, 19 13 , A T , t7. A. M. i.  ,:" , I , :v - \ 1'ii ,'ia r: s 13 0l . 7 1 1), 7 e:1 0 , S ', ., , 1 ..:i ; 410. 3:25. ,-!, tHI. . r'.':t+ ,rtt an J ,nc'loo' 4, 4 7 .1.1, 11 00 a.. m. I ...'4 i "5. 6.2 5p.t. S(', a u ....... 7 at 5 p. S ' 'A . t it' d {1 r i. L ' , A. A.( ", drtI , - l ' 1.11, "" . t- ..1' .'. t. <, . , "1.' ' S !".u A. ' " ` Int c ' I. . . .IretlI . r ttr H r .a Newton Ind TechP Sts 1"3 a. m. a ;IMl'tlA tI 1S1T: I;ATIl t T l GETN.N Fr m Imm";an.In 1tation, 10 m..eint 30. init14 e nd ,"I, mli,;iIte , a r the hour. Ac ir- alhl T,'+". on the hour, and 20 ;:i, 4, .r 'in ,l l 'te a t ' r the hou r. rar 't r P acl i c Av'n' l . . I I ' n lit., : I m 4 'iit e .r d 4: t m. intc vs . . 'er the .. i :1n rl t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

JOHN P. VElti, P.., Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers seeial Attentlen to Railroad Orders. 914-11 MORGAN STREiT Prompt ellv . S PONE, ALGIERS 11. ay,. Care. etl., a se. r dww., o m t Etc Vise, U q. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Latest Sanitary Improvements New Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 25 Cents Masseear aona Chiropodiet in Attendance Ladies' Day Every Day CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor 828 Conti Street - . . Home clcaning and Pressing Club New Orleans Phone Main 28 12 Our Sanitary Market AT 719 ELMIRA AVENUE PHONE: ALOIERS 304.L ORDERS FOR FISH TAKEN OVER PHONE THE CHOICEST MEATS - II THE BEST CONDITION-AT THE LEAST PRICES THEODORE DUBRET Mest Delivered to any Address Phone er send your order J. Sprada's Cafe B EER, LIQUORS and diS 8 Fl 80I ELIQTEORS SNd Just at Ferry Landing' Joseph Susslin, IN TERMAS sT ger s IEAS. I am now prepared to de all kinds K Ey . .R TINE payment plan. Call and see me. EO. L Td LI STS. SAM. OSWALeD, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

THE HERALD Shelth i in II Ir, s ll' it rfectly snen.' and st S . . .go to an. Iia A rii ca pt hstandinlf g an longermap ralit s k health it blessings art. al,4,. , totd only '%han lost Af,. *.H , those European standing atr'ii. arei t standing any longer. Toys are to be scarce because of l the %ar Europe is too busy with i" reality There is no telling the 'complexion of the next now geographies which will be brought out. Jt That Swiss revenue cutter on Laka n' Lucerne can defy every battleship I that Germany has got. Don't .our heart ache for the poor i dove of peace that saw no place to T halt for lunch in Europe Thanks to the wireless, the world can pick up unconfirmed rumors of | any sort almost anywhere. S There is something Inspired in the way the man comes to fix the electrio II lights at the wrong time. f4 A war can be started in one day, F but there's no telling how long it will last when once set going. In the meantime the supply of 0 weather is abundant, despite the grow- ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

-. At The Play- Houses I IO5s TULANE THEATER. al s uiolouhtid.lj from all poiIt, u ,v th" tinost iiimportanit o!Icaý«" of tilt- it4(iII i, th at of Mlauldf I ho st"; s forwatil at t ho Tu ' 111"at4 0 on Monday fi1ht to re.' *r ia s that artt.' ani fjj rout ii of the" S, otti draioat-t.t .1anlai4 H Itarrit.. 'io, Popiflharit V 'it * i IIt nt..idjes i '1tk'114" .atll. 1i11 halt ;hai".t~ar""" ()t ''·r, a>'Lv "The · ,(·-r nd of 1.4.41 MAUl)K AI.\.IS, IN "THE ,LEGIND OIf IeONO\IIA .AT TilE TEI..\N:. nora" is the best known for it has had runs in London and New York. The play, which is in three acts, will open the bill and introduces the dramatis personae at a small dinner party where the male guest is told that he is to meet seven women. The characterist- I ics of each are described to him. There i is to be a woman with a sense of hu mor, one who has none, a woman who is a mother and nothing else, the very woman of the clinging type, a coquette, a suffragette and a murderess. lie is ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

0.HENRY'S STORIES VIII.-The Lady Higher Up By O. HENRY (fsirmc'. Ii. l l'ie tlrjsi. 'da r & to. ,' Ie " . ife I a',v doi , I, ,"i I "," ,- , 1 l ,"!r : .. .. " , :t 1'.' t ' ,ii 11",Ir' , it d'. 1' . .t1i on . - xie 'Ts .....lonesome lif I have down ta, shown I b%. its , ' n thl t- ways1 . its IunoIt"'ee iy the coating of g  l that it bas 91,niresl. its devoltion to style 1, Its sl,'le gL,-eful fly ing scar. ts candor and lonesome life I havs by ts ab dowit of ever drawing the long bow, Its met ropolitanism by its posture of swift flight to catch a Harlem train-remain ed poised with its arrow pointed across the upper bay. Ilad that arrow sped truly and horizontally it would have passed fifty feet above the head of the heroic matron whose duty it is to offer a cast-ironical welcome to the oppress ed of other lands. Seaward this lady gazed. and the fur rows between steamship lines began to cut steerage rates. The translators, too. have put an extra burden upon her. "Liberty Ligh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

Model Steam Dye Works, Corner Verrt and Evelina Streets. Phone Algiers 162. MARTIN KONING, Proprietor. Cleaning, Pressing. Dyeing and Repairnng of Ladles' and Gents' Garments st resuonable prices. Glove Cleaning and Dyeing our si lalty. Satisfaction guaranteed. All work called for and delivered. 8uita Presed while you wal. ALWAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER I. Union Saloon Fine WVines, Liquors, Cigars and 201 MORJAN STREET T obacco. Consumers Beer. 201 MOn , - STREET Jos. Tallon. . Proprietor WORLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. Phone Hemlock 291 Corner Royal and Montegut Streete -MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES Move Into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb ing. A House Wired for Electric Service affords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise- electric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 24 December 1914

Algerines at Law. F>"G T ). ER CHILD S E"DED ;N C JuRT. ....l.. ,..Ii.' .1"... * l r : n _ it i._ ~n. . I! Sund. , raT. tTT a I ti -I~il; - huh: hi·r - .i ' i,.r *'i. ,. ..ur-'TIn_ hat! to roar., t!,:> c'ir:- .: iin- .".. ."r , t e uri,,ti at.} 1 .7. in ti" hi .r'. of t i1 i. /:._:."_:, r .In F t. ~on. t iii lruf".is to h."ho ITlian . ar1g-irl' he- at t11- -t.-rt'. :..i r~T:.. oilnifllii Tilol.T. Tor tii. :.ii' t :ri-t s 'irtha Eii 'r Itit.) Inotl ,on: is ~l ii i T' u S iaf lor ai i, t' lt iii. iurul. 1 ciL::.t lan and nut jine r~~;-l't T 1 ·1- ? ;uun~i-. ir i- t'r~ttzia- at a. nl. ;.rTTa:; i -"r \ i rat IQ.i t ft.n. It. :." . ir ' S Iunday at ' a in I i"r:i,.,:. ".i r'ti . a tl cni iTItIifuul at 1,. ia. M S,.t.u, i.." nl: Yl i liar - e r ait \\'eIi:r:_;; .r :- N." ý a. . c-ar'- e iT1Tn i it ý.."rni a:: -, rvit a \t" "t'or~ 1':: p, c· fTr·1 una-l. i II 1 ir'i e theiA ii r: -t mla, ifl ran.zl i la' rite it to the * (irl-(tir. Thet fuuhloAa- A :.t-r." balutiaed Sunda% itu'' \i.I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

THE HERALD. - Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1914. No 34. ORLEANS ISI No. 34. A Happy New Year "GREATEST STORE SOUTH" ii PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Iititle Rita Santos and Dorothy Mott ar' home from the Convent for the holidlays. They expect to return to their studies after the first of the year. Mrs. M. Waller is steadily improv ing. itarry Tompson will retur o Pilot Town this week. Warren B. Seymour spent Christmas with his mother at Long Beach, Miss. Mr. Calderone is spending a week Capt. Ii. P. Mc1Neely, who has been ill for a few days, is now much bet ter. Miss lHanna Albrecht, accompanied by her brothers, Irwin and Sam hard ing, are spending the holidays at ED nice. La., the guests of her sister, Mrs. I Miller. Missses Rosa and Myra Kelly are spending the holidays In Coviington, la. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pressler enter tained Tuesday...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

Railroad Schedules. , -I T A MA 'VA , ''1e. . ' t. tt r. l. AT .. , , i' II a.. .. ; .v A t. .. .,, "I' . 111 !1i\ ;I'i 7 - ,, · ., ' ti" ' ' :' ' r. A., Itr ." , to , '.nh R, . d, .crossing aruve a \rre;y an 'ret Sa 2 i -. t 1'r 'm 1: t o, 0,n 8 30 , 9 :10, mint0 , 10:0 11:10 1 :0 . e ! i. o'. Ht rvey' In 7::"n ý ie aflter hoa Nr ,t e:'i i llIe .?i, 5 . ue : I.nuter s ~l .3 I S .. .E.I "1 - ' er tl cr . 1 l rr ',. I ln.iteA . n l ,'ale'tl g 1il:" 0 :"i '1 0 after 11:2ii . :1" lli'L i' i:l .- l l minl t a t e'r the havir. IF :.t ' 'ir eti'ti IniiI.raflu D Station 5: .3 AIntele tr leasr Ga lrllratlona Staton 11 :5l lvisr ae s fir Ca Barn via rNewton ul ,. h .iI a. in. Fnn ( anal i t reet Ferry. , n the hour. 20 illlie.t ai'll 41 A i'ltii' after the hoAr. .,"w n too an'f " l. " St., . 3 minutes. 23 a iiit o- and 4:1 iihllttit after the hour. I :itlraH arnl Ni ,wtroi S ia. 5 mlnttIpsr, 25 'ln ' - t 'ainu 1t ' n nitn i ltiter the hour. .I t 'I ' l te , CEa min tes l 411 mliittei a...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

JONN P. VEZIEN. Pre Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Shi Chandlers and Grocers spotal Attentl.en allsad Og. mo Oreer.. 814t.1 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 11. NaP. Cer.. Os,. aa*dwam brt Ee wi..e. Lguams John Kleinkemper, ' rocerie. Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. DooDllorod Fee of Chug. Care.,r Al mnd V.rro Sotr. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE i). Latest Sanitary Improvement. New Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 25 Cents fsaaeear and Chiropodiet in Attendance Ladies' Day Every Day ii iCHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor )iY 828 Conti Street . - Nw Orleans omne Cleaning and Pressing Club Phone .Main 2812 Our Sanitary Market AT 719 ELMIRA AVENUE PHONE: ALGIERs 304.L ORDERS FOR FISH TAKEN OVER PHONE THE CHOICEST MEATS - IN THE BEST CONDITION- AT THE LEAST PRICES THEODORE DUBRET Moat Delivered to any Address Phone or send your order J. Sprada's Cafe SEER, LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN Joseph Susslin, PMIG TERM EASY FleaOsral...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

THE HERALD -- 1'I I*It.i I.I r '. . , Ilit i.":' \ . SAVING THE RANGE STEER. ,: !te r stIng experi i is hing tide h' the forestry divisiou of the I 'n ted States department of agricul ture which may have a direct hearing upon the high cost of living, and will, therefor(. b.+ of importance to every citizen who is affected by that press ing problem. The scene of the experi ment is the broad cattle ranges of the West. the operators are forest riders who could be spared from their woods and mountains for a brief term of serv ice in the valleys or plains; their weap on is a small hypodermic syringe and a small bottle of chemicals, and the subject of their operations Is the 840 steer who hasn't sense enough to leave poisonous plants alone. It is broadly i stated that at least one-twentieth of I the cattle bred on the open range never come to the marketable a4ge says Deseret News. If this is true, and I this enormous loss is preventable, it is easyto seehow millions of dollars are n added...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

At The Play -Houses I.AFAYETTE THEATRE. ' . ; e who have witnessed the pre s,n +,i n of Gabrielle D'Annunzio's 'a ri, at the Lafayette the atre have b,. a-,toullnd'd by the massiveness and b~, :- of the great $250.000 motion pi'lr.' pru luction. It is one of the t.,. :.are tls of modern photoplay tri ui.,... No single ambition of the gr.. :.' dreanir ever associated withl the :aiunZ pi,tur, industry has beten r.1 i · N left unattained. Oriental magnifl"cneu is displayed with a lavishness not known in one collection of episodes since, the days of ancient Rome. "Cabiria" is more than massive. It is more than wonderful. It reaches out beyond the power of adjectives and soars far above the expectations of man's eye. In presenting this modern triumph of motion picture art the Lafayette Theatre management has gone to large TI'IANE THEATRE. It is not Cohan and Harris' policy to exploit their plays in a bombastic manner, but in view of the solid suc cess that it has scored elsewhere they ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

! THE EYES OF PERSIS " *- 0 B By IZOLA FORRESTER. " " .. ti le e ,'. u r, s'ound S.. .': ' ,I i t - 1 , I " . ..' I " ..utd S ..r . 't . . . ,. ( .al l o .*. . I. ., ., 1 ,.s- u. a t ,I " 1 f-,;nd th- ; titl• ": t (,-. 1,1 ,11 , , th e b ig b• , '" - . K w t* . . (,ra. Tin 1.'. a da, ; hen . she .. rout.. ,up b "r fth("r to t. hi at. d hiis tain. t hin teon.yo of a ,a kink in break ;t ,.t f ý , . od ,I \atr , , v a t'alk with aou. 'n ,d i the 'hortest ways fund thea aIn in loth with my girl. arenlt you?a "Ts, r' ' olt'. face wIas ahe blt Phi.e u:ndher the, ' t hr an. e:.l h S"I know you l avent told her so yet. and c like you for It. Now, the fact is this: I d t want' her tied i up to any artist. I know t he game. Someth his mouy ost of them fall down. She I want her married to a sen d ble ' young the old t. mah sid lae athed iarly all of upt h trai il. tog th, "tI' b a' l unt business chap that know as his wayhr ound ind the world and can look, aster ther. Im mighty sorry to hav...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

Model Steam Dye Works, Corner Verret and Evelina Streets. Phone Algiers 162. MARTIN KONING, Proprietor. I l.:ir,:o, Pressing. Dyeing and Repairing of Ladies' and Geats' G;,arý,. ' at reasonable prices. Glove Cleaning and Dyeing our spe cla:. 'at sfaction guaranteed. All work called for and delivered. i' 'a i'ress ed while you wait. ý .:"". . :" "« « w: f. f"-- - .. »".'-: "ý-ý-ý-:-'.: :.-: :..:- . . . ALWAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER Union Saloon Fine VWines, Liquors, Cigars and 201 MOR(iAN STREET Tobacco. Consumers Beer. Jos. Tallon. - Proprietor WORLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. Ph .e hemlock 291 Corner Royal and Montegut Streets MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES Move Into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb ing. A House Wired for Electric Service affords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise- electric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fa...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 31 December 1914

pgggeesese*************""" ; UNCONVENTIONALITIE& Algerines at Law I " " " ~ ', •  , .. . . , ( ,y ,i , \i, ' S, - sit' \ lA\g >, i I h ic s C. Gilder; 11u. ou r o n lbxo . Ii ri --Siti up r Santa-_ ,laus.' A. 'Covell-: A S ' t' I t 11 1e ignr} . . 'inoy'ine Pro;sonts,'" lIt. )1)( 1e , hi l ).11.·' O ', H ONNt, )R. "Ia'lIeP Strasnel, ,Wilfrc H;io, r" ar A,-4-org'e Thurning. .animes M1i fet, Alvin Walsh, henry Hlildtebranld. 7 Il-Earl Schindler. f A-Bernard Grundmneyer. .Jah~les l"lle'ry, Francis Sadler. Hutert Ilin gle. IDeportment - Arthur Angelo, Wil liam Nolan. Scholarship--Alber rlohr-ton. I,eonI ard Johnston, Earl ('ayardi l' It---liart S--hwarzenhalci , Cltve I,)u vic. IA'lhllyI Hunecr. Gaines g ilder., Ralph Ge-rretts, Charles Garrick, Ma rion Ryan. Scholarship-Louis Tros.lair. (has. Reynolds. Deportment -Walter Forrest. Walter Jones. 4 A-MicNhael Brown, lelias Adams, Morgan Wattigny, John Kr;rmme, Aul ton Dauenhauer. Milton Acker, Joseph False. Scholarship-Alvin ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 January 1915

_THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. 'A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."--MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. II. INEW" ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THUIRSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915. No. 35. 1~iiI I '`GREATEST STORE SOUTH" L nual White Sale Worth Twelve Months Waiting Now in Progress. le o Nottingham Lace Curtains t~~~. I :-.I; I eo rfer g nt tr i r i ir:, !1 patlentl r ý; ". iri n ::r . r ,, ""'n .', lr .tl: .11!:"' i~ :,. ý 't N Ql grat ý;t~it L \\ l l i 0 O I lateyt n'fl, (?. . I tlr . i,' . i Iri.h pint. t'.1,;. N, t" t P - snd have d(iiIP.d !,". ii:, ti" .t ri" a h - ý. (i i caihi 59c I I '* 3 50 ¶1 . t $ 1.19 r 15c r. ý-fA.Jl 1'dll. Q1,90 pý}ai. ;1 1,45 able Linens at Surprising Prices tUB DAM. 1) c K . 1e 1.1' \ýl'Klh itu 1 Ii , ag cr Illeat h 1 mlii "1\'2 S Ileniinud " it in I ini ' ml. walbr 25c card. \ n r. r " NMASK.: .1 . R1 \ U'hI\S :tie .I 140/ t~h eo ched Satin 7'.t 1. k.L f~iWlth colored bord" r . ii1 1 5º~ letumnied 1Izee \ap1kn" 05 MA S 39 i)4)/.} \ ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 January 1915

hEW ORLEANS. SOL'TIIERN AND GOAN ISLE RAILWAY CO. Arrive Laves Alger 4 :00p.. .11.11, ex. Hat. A Sun..9:464.  S:06 . m..MIxed, dally I. Sun. .7 :5 p. m 530pe... & A u. oa ... 9:45a. TUESlAY. 7EITEMBER 23. 1913, Al 6. A. M. South- Lave Millnaeburg 6.10, 7:10. 7:10 6 85, 8 35, 10 00. 11 30 a. m.; 2:00, 8:25 S-1 . 5:34). 5.3o, 7:00, 7:00 p. m. Nortb-leave tanal Street: 7:45 5 : a m.; 4:00. 6:15 p. M. .ortb-Leave Pontchartrain Junction 5:40, 6:40. 7 .50. 7:50, 9:20, 11:00 a. -.; 1 20. 2 4 . 4 05. 4:0. 6 25. 6:2 6p. m. UUNDAY EXCCR81ON 4 05 a. a .................... 7:36 p. ELITRIC "AR RSERIC Between Al era and Grettna. ekeea re ou Ave. Ferry TATn Ingo lpaasng t rrýItg, u S.a DOgbvll i. to Al. ``er, meets ('areal t. Ferry, passes_ Third [,vlrwtt Ferry. outhern 0acific Termuali and viaduct, crominung over toe Newton St Viadurc. the Southern l'acfhc R. IL. Yard along the rear of the U. A. Naval Station, an the U. H. lmmlgratlon StatloU. tetur nag over same route. meeting the N. to. ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 January 1915

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Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 January 1915

THE HERALD 1a plat . - tad ,. 1 r pr.a.. S 1 \ I,'A I t ;'" , . t I tlA ' I. \ \ . . ' ", W t . rt oal tdr. . adeoly throum htheg exi mlants on Europoad, hemi. prac-" n soon took on enormous proportions. I. Little ra!ttempt was mad e in los:Ame ro ic v. etablls. jliarlts and '%oo>d. wer.- prac-; I turine-. Their gradual disuse in the' lato mat hundred yearl has bbecan due to th disch pvery that dyes cold bcontro mad from coal tar. GeLargely throungh th con experiments of European chemltist V coal tar dyes were made io satlsf i tory a substitute for the natural dyed that thof business in artificial ardyes has been the wide moon took on enormous proportions. Little attof brillianmpt was madoe n Americah the to manulacture coal tar dyd.s because the Europeans possessed patents which practically gave them control of the trade. Germany has long con trbe paled the worldvanquish trade in this bpresl- f ess. One reason or the popularityf the of artificial dyes has been the wide it range...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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