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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 March 1915

*.* At The Play=House AT TURKE iN "JERRY" TA THE TULANE. 7 Theater offers its pa a Mal treat next week-Miss t in "Jerry." M the first American play s actreeh has appeared in. m veated to do Ol:e, but the piaywrights didn't seem to the right kind of Plays for Splast, not the kind of plays ies rFohman thought were b charming young star. But from all ac(ounts, Cath , Cushing has hit the sare in the center with ie American all the way -- d out on the other side. Ssan American girl--from -M its scenes are all Ameri a Philadelphia suburb and out Its dialog is American, C sking is noted especially Sity and racey brand of dia p-u into her pla) S. hglae-Geraldine by name ',1" for short- was drawn ex SMiss Burke and the chit y.: -' * x Dý ILLIE BURK IN "JERRY." ietres without a wrin A preooous miss is q perhaps, and spoil and seltish and adorable. Her SA her aunt live in the rb and she comes to usr aunt has a fiance r tWeaty years. He is tu, laralaly, no longer in at yesth. But "Jerry" 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. — 18 March 1915

CMclency of Arc Lamps. I The use of arc lamps under high e. atmospheric pressure has been report ed by Professor Lummer of Breslau. , to give great increase in efficiency. Under 20 amperes. the temperature , of the arc was raised from about 4,500 to 7,600 per (cent. and the brightness increased to 18 times the ordinary. a CHARTER OF THE C. A. PARDUE CO.. INC. : I. .`tell-` : A c:t, c.i 't-i. ', 1 L- -' t'i . h. 1 ',".h , I hie:ins. (it) ,f N\ a (Rit..: I i ' I t k n , , . t h- , t ht o ', t! , C t r a n , - f , , : " ' I , , "f the .h .1f J e. ln -Irv, it the )e. '.t S L' ,. "' the -a ti ." hin nh 'ed and lit ,. I ' 'f th i d 'I : i, r ' ,- f ;he I t( ti , ""f. t i:. ,,: 1. !S Ie 1:1 hted r. i :i l ihh. b1 .! - t :..e , , - . :r tld.lr . it. ( fi. 1 ,,1 I , :, ~",, i ,, .-. ,i "1 airn i !ni e," . i . n 'j pt. : t iie i " .ii' te U nit: , t (Ire.!', t e p " je' "'' + , ah"'se IL,'.--. a re her A ( r' , - i irll#,l . ai! .f trait age', wl,, dJeclar.lr d , , " " .. . i :"', av ,;,!f...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 March 1915

l Steam Dye Works, * Q-" AIx and Bermuda Streets. "heus AIleers I. MARTIN KONING, Preoprietr. pressing. Dyeing ad Repairang of adies' sad Gets' S ressonabe prices. Glove Cleasalasg sad Dyelas or p tfon guaranteed. All work elled for sad delivered s while you wait. A LWAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER nion Saloon Llquors, Cigars and 201 MORGAN STREET - C --,mets Beer. Jes. Tafo, . Proprietor WORLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. 291 Corn Royal and Mentegst Street. .. MANUFACTURERS ORF . GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES ve Into a Wired House Ia-ng for a house with all modern improvements, see wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service goveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise Eght, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric Sher things electrical. All useful, labor saving and baume you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at oet to him. rs Railway & Lighting Co. OTTO T. MAIER, Vice Pros. S...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 March 1915

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Sa:csion of Mrs. Euphrnita l-al ,I), . not:, e of .ubhlication of tiline a ,'ount. Final ac' ount of t.stani":.tar. ,'xecutor in the u,.lce---on of Mrs. KE ilaldor, shows: r, .ips. ....a" disbursernet-, $1. :2 . CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGE. Winm. Senat to Louis wietrra. $n',. i ote,. 6 months. 6 per cent, lot L-lIeuf. \\hitney. Olelou-a- and E melina lurnmphrey. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Mrs. George Sterliog to Oliver Ior sey. lot Nune., Lape) rouse. liermosa, :ocrrates. Vallett.' and Verrett. $1l,).5' cash--O'Connor. Jacob ('. Wool.erton to Third is-i TWENTY-THREE YEARI.t A(GO The following is a roll of honor of MlDonogh No. 4 school, published '3 years ago. At this time McDonogh No. 4 was both for boys and girls. The names of girl pupils at that time will be quite interesting to many of our readers. Some time ago we pub lished a list of the boys for the same ear. ROLL OF HONOR McDomogh No. 4 Girls' School Miss Charlot'e Stuart, Principal Eighth gr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915. No. 46. - - - - - - - - - - GREATEST STORE SOUTH .AS WELCOME AS A LARY INCREASE - OUR niversary Sale -__ BEGINS NEXT--- MONDAY MARCH 29th 'Know IVihat Savings "._ That ilieans SEE SUNDAY PAPERS ELMers OFFICERS OF' DIRECTOIR8. w '- Elected Presdet. meeting of the stock Alhambra Gymnastic in their club rooms ginest on last Wednesday LPge number of stock ggent to take part in of officers and Mr. William H. ously elected as club for the follow Leonard F. Gisch as t; Stanley Behr vice-president; C. E. I secretary! R. E. secretary, and J. rer. comprise the board . A. J. Babin, 8tan R. Charles, Charles L. Dunn, L. F. Gisch, Dr. C. V. Kraft, F. H. ,ILmpton, John Moy G 0. J. Peterson, Charles Rupp, Louis T'wikler, J. M. Thorn R. J. Williams, E. . Morrison. Ed. Mc Peter Rupp. Wednesday. March e'doctk M...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

g:: A -* .1 1 a ::.d h } wF 'fowl;.··Jbii ~ I WILLIAM A. RADFORD EDITORT~' Mr. William A iLt.dfod will acuwrO Q':' .ttol. aid ive a't. ilce FItEE OF COSI on r.ll 'ubJe r, portainlng to the subject ,If ý tlld .x, for the r-:laiers of this paper On a.---unt of :his wid, experience as !dtler. Author an 1 Manufaturer, he is. w'thmt h-ubt. t!... .Lihest authority PDo an these ,bjeo.t- 4 ,hirers all inqulrI es to William A. Iadtford. Non 17' West J.a:kesn hulevart, Ihirao. Ill., and only enclose two-cent stunp for reply. An attractive dorsign for a six roomed house of on.e and a half sto rles, comprising many desirable feat ures. Is shown in the accompanying perspective and plans. It Is not very large; but fortunately, small low-cost houses often have advantages over larger ones. Three of these advan tages are light, sunshine, and air. In a small house, opposite windows are necessarily near together; and the Uight from one often crosses that of another, although they may be in dif feren...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

., :- . 1rC.lt : ip PANY, l.S ca, State - '-::'a City of No' o this cicht ilu l in t!er ..I . .. .. Dals Iindred of the I 1 undred andst : t!' ss Simon, a qand ual;::r' . 1 r r sll. State in the ptC I"' Swhos le o .... -..1., . . e)w Orlea. I, . "'e' ai 'ge of nla! k agreed d , ! o iorm p l :lty:dcr for t',t ,.n· d set out. ae of this f C' in New i SS Citatl . ., d on the pt"o' , • r.u,,n I r upon t.t ' tttry - objects and t this MeMcquire the <' " -- slaltl the samr ' .. . . . - t e in trad .. . *t all thin , ,r o necessa' c'. o! funt "" 'h - ta tion, arid r: ,rage,. such stea:' ': capital stock ,- t} . rp r enty-five th -na: dollars ijto seven h: I a'! fifty 4 8 hundred 'I Ilas (;100) siasnd dollas ( i,.' .5, of shall be issite.! t.i t't said subscribers rete.,, if r the of the S. . ",[ , ila"; the said capital stock. to dollars ($!u,nLo , sAtl be he of equal dict:ity :and en rights in this corj.ration. leek aforesaid :..aiv ,e in hundred tho:uausl dollars Ssbila" referred t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

THE HERALD P PUBLISIIE EVERY TIIHRSDAY. Entered at the IP.,stisle at New Orleans as Second (la-i MaI Matter. TIEMS 'OF StIISCRIPI 'lN. One Copy, One Month. :n Adva.r, . . One ( "I, ( !e Year, in Advane .$I DR (. V KKAIl t Editr .,d P':opreeto: Address all con:u,,inrcant:ns to iR. C. V KRAFT, N , ju \etrct :trert, N.ew Ur leans, La. I'hote, Ailers :. TIHE IERAI.D may ore ,oud .it the fi_-, low ing paces TI '-. If ERA.!LD Ai ; n rt' e., 5-F Verret Street h 1"7 1E II liIAA . y i2tr .", 8.5 l•ri Strr." a h. e s I, , a .' , I. 1,. ,. J"f I '. _ day ., ri.. t " ; . . .1 . 1 ," . , ,- , t . i. part.. , " 1 .; "  1 r in the history ofIIIIA. thre parish ha:e ,so many children been se, 1n in, , , t-he chIr h.I service. Chairs had to e -laccd in yo i.t ,,: :. hJ11 was gr ,... under an extra weight. of bubbling young humanity. It did CHILDREN'S MISSION. The children's mission anood to se cthaloe Frlda morntitudine attrarcted to churc. to er in the history of the patrutsh thate so myoung and ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

THE HERALD :- At The Play-Houses :-: C KCNT THEAiTRE 13- at lIst we have someth - In i the way of phctoplaYs. .ellermann, the fairest ex ot aquatic feats. aippea;rs in -L role of this productin. and tLat she is a.finish'id arti-t is saildly. She Ilot uonly swifni des to her OWIn Icoiiitint and the atilsfaction of her audienice aIoes and fence:, aull i.i the of many exciting avl\entures. "aled from a uinerunaid, the "laghter of King Neptune. KELLERMAN. IN "NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" CRESCENT THEATRE EASTER WEEK and finally becomes at King William, of the Altogether it is an that one sees on the as full of the imagi most poetic could de m aeming with dramatic `!il realistic combats. Miss Kellermann are gremost of the motion aotably the director, who does some dar water; and Will enacts the role of the William, and Leah Baird as the Princess Olga. Iaghter comes to the on Easter Sunday 'There will be daily the engagement. THEATRE Pavlowa was complet for her 1914-1915 a she confided to her 'if...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

Originally a Chinese Bird. Ph.aants. notwwith.tanding their aristocrr tit magnificence of appear ance. r.adtll Inte-rbre,-d with humbler kluds of birds. irt lading the common barnyard fc.lI, thr gKuinea h.n and the blacK io.'u,... Eng!lsh pheasants are the d.-r. i:.la::ts of Chinese birds. ;:hiclh, I,,le ago, 'ore brought to Eng'and and cross.,ed eithr with 'r(ot ,,r '.kith -uonme unldntitifled na tive sl't..s ,f pheasant, klhich pos rc s.eol 1no great beauty. The descend ant of a male phe.asan; t and a domes tic hen is k:,.wn as a pero." CHAT ER 04 THE C. A. PA!DUE CO., INC. . . "- . , * -' , .! i. , . A. , . t . 1"' : .. !tt . l:. tf l . .., .,a 1 , , I 4,4. 1: :. ,t.der its' 1 . .. . ..:,rporat- r shalt 't'. 1 M ·ei " , ', ,,.," , ire 1• t , . , ,1.-- 1 ,4 1 to !. n ra :s , } a ;l . . a , ` t. . .tk . i 4 ( r rti sea ,I A. thr s t I.,L .441 altier at ple ,.re .l4n4te. <'nvI44 s2 h.ri. piedg, mnort ,. ; ,rt , ,•I , i' A 1',r... i, e• .',tp> " , , . * ! , l , 1," '! , 1 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

el Steam Dye Works, g- r Alix and Bermuda Streets. eIne Algiers 1a. MARTIN KONING, Preprietor. Pressing. Dyeing and Repairing of Ladles' and tlets' at reaaonable pr:ces. Glove Cleaning and Dyeing our sp fictlon gsranteed. Al work called for sad delive4., _si while ye:1 wait. 1.WAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER nion Saloon -wM , OLiquor.s, i.ars and 201 MORGAN STREET Ce"sumers Beer. Jos. Tallon, - Proprietor ORLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. , w-elock 291 Corner Royal and Montelgt Streets _MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES ve Into a Wired House " oking for a house with all modern improvements, see If wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for ,Electric Service "omveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise Ight, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at aost to him. Railway & Lighti...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 March 1915

Algerines at Law. Civil Disrict Court. ldo. ,i r', I trit . .\lr . F'. . (), .r . - h,'r : - a: ,l. juid nirnl. i Irani r trour ;),,I and hoard. J Ulgt. oi p ;l'titl :. "T'ih mh  J's . 4 ; it %y LIha. 1, tititoo'" the Voirt fl r l'ltters of I ,lait i:rt ratuii. 3,cr -."ion of lir hlo. \ Rupp (! ; l , ])' r t i sh o i l l .l il () orl . M \ X ia t .layE( II,.ll'i:i - it. It :.l)anul. I", la bor a lnd is ate'rial. Conventional Mortgages. .M r, \ itdor s I'iitlip) .\l ,e ani l *'r toi ('las .\. Suthrl:aind, $t. .4, lot la 'ifl( '. N i .%t ii,h I Iro n r alli \itiiliti lumphrey .Mrs. \\'idsu lio- lo to 4Chas. A. SutherlaR .l, $ ;2., l1) lot I'a itic. AIlan tic. Neiltol, and Iomer nIumplhrsy. .Jos. C('alabris- to Philip Itaus, hkolh, $900, 2 lots Slidell. IElimnira. Homer anol lellevillse- Mahoney. C(arrie Jackson to \Vido .ios,e lhi P'. Gr(rsr. $. ti. l) lo t o er, Ne l ton. Wagner ad lHendee s l ('ehune. Real Estate Transfers. Felix J. Horne to Ernesia lBrune. et al., lot 'Pacific...

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

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbullding of the Weet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. -OL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1915. No. 47. EASTER THINGS EVERYTHING MODESTLY PRICED and as FRESH AS SPRING Is Ready for You HERE We have opened a regular Communion Dep't. where everything for the great oc casion is ready :: :: :: :: GREATEST STORE SOUTH Y ANNIVERSARY. of Mr. and Mrs. Theo J.  he scene of much merriment wen their bright little daugh , entertained her little in honor of the anniversary hkth. Miss Rosalie proved r, admirable little hostess herself looking after the her little guests. She tbered with many pret houor of the occasion. played and delicious re were served. A pretty "ghe with a candle for each t* center-piece at the were Thelma Lauman, Virgil Caflero, Nor Isaphine Clasen, Inez aunts, Gladys 1Mchasr Crmelite and Lucille and Elsie Oswald. SBessie Trosclalr, 01 nrestine Stockfleth, Leonie Ddatour, Ma...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

SQUARE DESIGN IN HIGH FAVOR This Style of House Has Many Advantages That Combine to Make It Popular. MONEY SAVED IN BUILDING Same Foundation Wall and Same Size Roof Covers Both Floors-Interior Arrangement Admirable in Its Command of Light and Air. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. ~'illim A Ra.dford will a~qwer qu.nstih s, and give advi. i- itEk. )-' COST on all sutbjets pe.rtl*in ng t,i the subject of building, fr t,.- r. ,lrs of this raipP r. O)n arn ount of his wid0 ...I) rienl. . as E ,htor. Author arld Manrufa, tur-r, h. Is, without doubt. th. highE .t :' ithority on all th.s- subj.,'ts. Alrr.-s all inquilrie-s to Willarn A. Radlford. No 1Z 'rair.. amen,.. (ilcrago. Ill . and only enclose two-cent stamp for r,-ply. A square-built, full two-story house is shown in this design. It is intended for a family of four or five who like to entertain their friends in a mod erate way. A house that is nearly square cuts up into comfortable rooms to better advantage than almost any other house ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

"L TI  ýcT t.I I STEAM. . f Tmerca . t i Louisiana, d .rle Amns ,e t ''\e w S )rlt ( ;ilit -sn '' :ylihetnth (18th) -# r nth of Marc. the tr of our S tLd "nlie hl ','"in alnd iteen, iU ndence o I ntt'd States the oe hum-..el ,In! thirty-ninth. Sthe one t try public, sed a .,, ,. ct and for oi Ort l can . i " ,, ut niana, ni d a iti i f -e cr ,f the iafter n.,f ' .tnd un1,i sfined. ce and al'p ! 1. EIwlin L. ..sitofthee ad, 1:,- " !t1 Expo New i' trl vs i sia,:li na; pas., whoe p .,t rt, hir : ess is dret. New i it: Louisiana; iart whos, p, t er address is I rtNew i' " I.tii.iana, Ite o " full age " " i " y. who de It t have nd1d....'.i a snts fre t- . ,, ,n undo o-f ouisian '. i icct and oeinarfter t'." e " t, a s-- te name of t' - i , n hall Orleafns' .' ... it'.i.. I shall exit f i arar-,. ine shall be , i  .. 'arih h  ltistana. C ,... ,tlr proc he served oi I"' .. ar llon ident. iie I:ol -t , etiry .-'T[e objects a- , i,'rl ...t ... f this Sae to acquire I't" s-l lr-ship ."...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

THE HERALD 'I BLISHED EVERY TIHERSDAY. -ntered .! the I'., .. me at New Orleans as becond-(';: ,~ Mal: Matrer. ItE'MS (OF :t It.lRJI' II)N. One (opy. O)ne M'r. '1. in Advance. .It One I op , ,. 't ear, n Aivanre $.ru Dk " V. KKHAII Fdstar arnd Proprreor A ddress .ti c· ,n n u n . t l, r . 'to. \t " . k r-'. , r , . ,N , % e r r e t 1 r e ' . ", e w r , . - I L.:., .., I' net-. Alte:s r,. TIlF IItk'.ALD n-ay oc f(u..d at t.e Oa. It - ,.. Str re' "ItE HtPRAI.D re Ity o rce. 8 - 5 Per-id S,r·. r .-I' .., ri fan i r y. r . 1t. IFR\I R1r I reU r . ' 1. ,li : t r eabhed t S. A . . . . . , .. 'r ... .. a : : ....en .. ..T '1. .. , , At. .- " .t i rr- , f : 1 • r . , l Plat rid. y lig., a. nr:. a ..nt :I prc.' - er, .tie. ",IJohn x .i " ster. rin etodr of the ('hurclh of rhe Alandn ior miauTh retor hof r t. th liet ;iroached ,"h S. JIhn's that evtniil. Ti. e r'c he 'in lasnt SFriday itwere welspal attndlc. Th er, the ilctrv. John . P '11s ei,r retor ,al the bhure h of the Athnnunciati....

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

At The Play-Houses y· IgTTEI WORD -VI'TOR RADCLIFFE. a. bY W. G. Chapman.) I declare! s sharp and susp'cious, a tiny slot in a door guard a lodge room, secret place of convoca barrassed response was mbIles Dabney, savant of antiquity. akward! You see-dear P d- I forget so readily? I I s word." t the jealously guarded ait the professor beat has- v gmptorily on the door, IL the evil eye again ap- a a orilee. . e nearly five hundred the professor excited ge ress. "I am Professor sa.w- Surely. you have h ? I am deeply interested of the great connect- r, r Illustrious society has b, ut only to members logical Assembly, or by some officer of the ---n on granted, provided d, s psssword.' tl lthey groaned audibly j'iea All his thoughts B devising some way of tl a.g the scientists. He B  ls for a suggestion of It encompassing the St his heart. In his ab s.dIg a crowded thor- 11 jupd two feet up into M Sjharply yelled words' If of the way!" " gaped the professor, 4: horses nearly bore -...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

SWhat is the secret of R .ggle' suo cess. "It ihn't any sp.eret; be's got Lb good-. doncher know " CHARTER OF PAN-AMERICAN SECURITIES COM. PANY, INCORPORATED. t ..fI .illt, f A..ta ica, State of Loui iana. l ,ri -I; , r '.t l tI 'I:,.li . hII r I.. . ilr.d i t' I. ill II, ill tIe Stiil t l i t n , , " t " u,, th11 ,, 4ii h day r f th trch, ..t LI. " -. I ,. l' .,h ,f ( ,hh ,i ns aliresadl. , il ,l.y a,, , . stndo l y q 'Ia l eild , a n d II th e lr t' le , t t. na l, e., hcr,"re after nam ed .tdrl t,% ! I url. r lp r-,o ally aie and ap pe,,r+l t' - d r ,, -Lt 1 w!o,,.se n.lines are herestl ,,a -. I, ld, . der tarl.rIl ti te, till tars, ail . .:r ,f the undl ersigned wit r- es th t, t ..vn lng themselves .d the pr, v ,r" , .f i.. I .ws ,f thP. Statet of l."lisla tla. tni v h. te t,. ll hily agreed nid contractedl aind ,y thePir pre.trll dol agree anid contract, at,,l L: itl . *lnd .,higate themt selves, their heirs aI a-lt a al al l persin,,vi who may here After l, . ,rea a +,,"...

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

eam' 1odel Steam Dye Works, Alix and Bermuda Streets. Phone Alglers 162. MARTIN KONING, Proprietor. g" ' Pressing, Dyeing and Repairing of Ladies' and Gents' Mt resonable prices. Glove Cleaning and Dyeing our spe a.~ection guaranteed. All work called for and delivered. -l~ed while you wait. ALWAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER nion Saloon  1 quors, Cigars and 201 MOROAN STREET Coagemers Beer. Jos. Tallon, - Proprietor RLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. ~ aIock 291 Corner Royal and Montegat Streete m -MANUFACTURERS OF GIIGH GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES ove Into a Wired House ,w- n for a house with all modern improvements, see wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service aaveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise- Sght, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric etb r things electrical. All useful, labor saving and kouse you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at -mt to him. Railway & L...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 April 1915

Algerines at Law. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. F \~ rs. E. \\'lhitake.r to I nion Flom - t :tend U.\< I. . ' loT .. Oliver. Vallette. L ' i- n a a nldI \la r!:*t. $ ,w ,' t '.s h . -; l r ALGIERS PRISONER SAYS HE IS ESCAPED CONVICT. I in t., i .rrer.st of Jose Ia;;r ia. _I". a\ith no homn here, tliht police of Algiers, t,+ orlin . to (ar' as '. o , it O fessionl = I hate lanil'd behind the bar- a fughitie who ,'s ape'd from thet California State Ipnitentiar.. I arlia was arrested for t loitering i,y ('orploral G;e orge lihenuert and P'atrolman Charles Ilhyde in Eli ui ra street. If. Martinez, 417 Elmira t atelue. told thile pIolice that (;arcia ad nmitted to him that he had killed a Mexi'can in ('alifornia and that lie es- t capeld while srt ing a ten year- sen tence. lie said he on ly sertved six i Imonths of his, itime. NEGRO BLOCKS STATE HEALTH INSPECTORS. Alleged refusal on the part of S. C. Green, a negro ipharniacist and phyl si cian, of Algiers. to allow Inslpe tors I l'omroux a...

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