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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 October 1911

SEAt The Play Houses. ". . . . . . . . . . . . . . IIIIIIIf ll lilIII l l !111tllll l lltllI ltlll llll llll 111IItllllllI~llli~ l ltl Illlli ll|IlIQ I il11I~ll11111II~l ll~tll ld lllk l tlI llllIll)1 T WIEEK AT Ti ,TULAn "THE ECHO." L tie most pretentious musical - t the Tulane this season is SB. Dillingham's Globe Theatre, musical success "The Echo" - Blanche Deyo, the famous - d Fpranker Woods, the well eamedian, will open next week, S- Sunday night. "The Echo" as "a carnival of musical p ad dancing disportment," is _ eocessor to "The Red Mill," Princess." '"e Girl in the ý 'Thbe Old Town' and other IM Dlligham productions. Miss sv " is featured in the leading s role is a daity dancer of re * whose ability, however, is not It to the art of terpsichore. fusm Miss Deyo appeared in the iJm of "The Blue Mouse." prior aj she was identified with the fa-stre musical success, such +m Country Girl," "1492," "The - "Miss Pocahontas." and I ethers. Franker Woods is an CEs young comedian wh...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 October 1911

George G. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, E43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 06M GOOD Union Saloon, !Ot - MOROAN STRRT l N9 COLD """ '" BEER Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utensils. Llquoers of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuff. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran. Grain, Etc. TECHE A SLIDELL AVL PHONE, ALGIERS s. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard end Offlee: S Seguln Street. Re*ideins 431 Pel1M Ae nuTrnr AInTWRa AkL6W PHONE, AL When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telephone, Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Phone Main 667 New Orleans Societies. Where and When TIbey Meet and Ad dresses of Their Omeers. Masonic. ST8. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. IL, meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier t. and Pealean Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M., Shade G. Smith. 625 Belle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 October 1911

StANALYSISA Pinman-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com'I Department, 'i,~"~ IONG the foremost novelists of the world and time was Charles Dickens, a parliamentary shorthand reporter. lie studied and used a system to which I am going to devote reverential atten tion. Like Robert Fulton's steamboat it was the first system-at least the English speaking race. The only difference is that Fulton's achie'ement is unquestionably1 o progenitor of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships, our -l.ulas. Fulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re // an approach to the subject entirely different from that for the jsag of which Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose simpli 'd, ease, legibility and reading power destines it to rule the world-the II3NCERIAN CH('ARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember those words ..AN APPROACIH TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELS DIFFERENT." David Copperfield (which is, most of the time, simply a character g~by Dickens for his own autobiograihy)l ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 October 1911

Algerines at Law. - - - -. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Mrs. Olivie Cook, widow of Joseph Schumbrecht vs. N1. L. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co., $31,600 damages for killing of p'aintiff's husband.-Robt. O'Connor. Succession of J. W. Howe and wife; petition presenting resignation of un deti tutor. Emancipation of Ilennessey Derans bourg and Whitney Deransbourg.-P. I' and W. J. Ilennessey. FIRST CITY COURT. Albert E. Ilotard vs. Hly. L. tunting ton; judgment for plaintiff, $50. I'. S. CIRCUIT COURT. Ada Dunning vs. N. Y. & Porto Rico Steamship Co.; exceptions continued indefinitely. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Land Development Co. of la., Ltd.. to Polly Johnson, 9-10ths of lot. Teche. I.amarque. Nunez and Socrates, $:t 1..6 cash.- -Private. Wilson Ross to James F. Keeney, lot, Elmira, lielleville, Newton and lilmer, $200 (ash. Purchaser to, .lanies Morgan, same property, $:390 tI rms.-Charbonnet. Thos. Buc.hanan to Foster Jefferson, interest in lot. Biringier. Monroe. Franklin, and other irop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

STHE HERALD. ev l to the UpbullIdln of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newepaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RIECORD. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911. No. 25. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - -I - PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE I T. Slack is visiting her son, w 8. Slack, at the rectory. - glar mon:hly meeting of the Mothers' Club will take g.morrow, Nov. 3rd, at 2:30 p m3., at the Kindergarten. All are urged to attend. No cards M bhat out. S 3. $. Dupuisand daughter, Miss lave returnei from McComb City trep up their res lence at 621 street. Ir. and Mrs. Alblrt Menot have the of their many friends in the * a their five-months old son, Albert whose death occurred Mon ` e funeral took place Thursday from their residence, 236 sseet. LI ,. 0. T)andelin has returned sa extendedt visit to Asheville, Municipal Repair Plant has been ea this side of the river dur he week, repairing paved streets. 3ir . Webert and bride, who were ulta from New York Monday, esteaded th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to ear notice that some Irresponsible person or persons have been tampering with the meters, seals and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghville and Gretna. Notice I. hereby given that this is strictly against the law and all such persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a view of defrauding the company will be vigraoeuly prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premises anless they show a badge of the company. We are now making a careful investigation of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. ALGIERS SAZERAC PP. IT. IRN'S MARKET SA LO O N AcI sCIEER, ,p. Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algiers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

Our Customers "o find that our Laundry gt has reached a degree ot pitection that few ever atta*n. We Launder S lars. Cuffs and Shirts 1a a Say that insures your satisoa - se and delight. American Laundry, ' rinl " .NORTH, - - Agest. -- - Sis ninth year of m aledgpopuar IYwith an anneal asefdmillions dpounds to-tay the e l overas he it. %ms corrP"of0 CHARTER . mn.fl Y. BABST COMI'ANY. $TATICP OF AMERICA, STATE F LOUISIANA, PARISII OF OR 8, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. i kewn, that on this twenty-third the Umith of October, in the year mine hundred and eleven, te Jehe 4E~lr, Jr., a notary public, and qualified in and for of Orleans state of Louislana, th. elrn residing, and In the pres - s witaesses herenlafter named personally came and ap whose names are here who declared that, availing et provisions of the laws of tve to the orpga tsatlon of cor have eovensated and agreed, presenats, covenant nsad Serm and coostitute them a. such other persons, as may Isla or become assoeiated with a eopoer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

THE HERALD PUBSLI8I) EVIERT TBURBDAY. 8tered at the Postolee at New Orlesam as Second4- cas Mail Matter. TERMS 01 8UBSCRIPTION. Oe Copy. One Month. In Advace .. 10 One Copy, OnY ear, Il advance...... $1.00 Ds. C. V. RI.P...Editor sad Proprietor Address all communlcations to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street. New Orlea"s, La. Phone, Algiers 503. ew Orleans, November 2, 1911. .lr HERALD may be found at the fol TItB URAWIA (.Alglers Oece), 500 Ver %TBB3 RALD (City OSce), 823 Perds 8CHNMOEDER'S BOK STORE, Opelousa Avenue. OOO. 3. BATES, Slidell Avenue. Subwrebetr fatlitl to get THE HBR ALD regularly. will please nottfy the 2t b ame Manager, No. 600 Vermret Street Please seed commusicatioan for publica tes as early as poslsible, sad not later tas Tuesday sight. . Alt comunscatlonas each as letters from the people and news notes of balls. law a-tles, dances and personal mentions will be insertod in THE , iRLAI) free o obarge. No communication will be re eeived saless signed by the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

EA t T he Pla y Houses. " a0a A ' ANNA HrELD. " Tulane T- 'ater beginning .. t, Nov1lhWr 5. Anna Held mimaed ( .:udienne-will be _ week i: . Ziegfeld, Jr.'s 4 most ppular musical suc .' I .,NI ]E9), IN "MIii NNOCESCE"---T THI TULANE. Innocence," which is her the largest and most enter musical production in the Ia the company there are more ndled and fifty prominent wel oves and ges 1 Coal, Wood or Gas. .C. DUVIC ember Make Best Creams! y We Make Best? it is cooke4 and artificial iagre e the pars fresemea, Shhst -i serr COMMIEND IT. rL peis that yes a by fresiagute rs.m m Mauc ear sersm ois wald & Co. Ltd. Canal Street, c., - players, including a chorus which is described as the prettiest ever seen nla this country. Miss Held's song succeses this season include "I'm Learning Something Every Day," "I Wonder What's the Matter With My Eyes," "A Nicer Little Girl Than You' and "We Two in an Aeroplane." In view of the fact that this famous corn edienne has announced her permanent re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

George G. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, i14 MORGAN STREET. PHONE. ALGIERS 66. GOOD UnTion Saloon, I. TALLON, A Pr-is tsr BE E R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utenslls, Llquors of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuffs. Hay, Cern, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE A SLIDELL AVEL PHONE, ALGIERS I. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard and OfflMes5 iS Segein Street. RsoIdenesi 41 Peli ..~l A PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telephone, Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Phone Main 567 New Orleans Societies. Where aad When They Meet and Ad dresses of Their Oeers. Masonic. 8TS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. 8t5. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening In Masonic Hall, corner Olivier St. aad Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M.. Shade . Smith, 625 Belle ville St.; S. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

ANALYSIS Pitman-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com'! Department r / _ . ý _ _ .... u . . ..11 1 . " . _ 55J  .- - U .... U , U Lan lnime was  naries Dickens. a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and used a system to which I am going to devote reverential atten tion. tike Robert Fulton's steamj)oat it was the first system-at least the English s;:eaking race. T only .ýfr. rence is that Fulton's achievement is unquestionably ilnittor of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships, our - as. Fu:to as craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re re approach to the subject entirely different from that for the of which Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose simpll gs, legibility and reading power destines it to rule the world-the IAN ('HA11T'IER System o Shorthand. Remember those words APPROWil TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELk DIFFERENT." Iavid Cop lerfield (which is, most of the time, simply a character by Dickens fur his own autobiography) thus describes the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 2 November 1911

I Algerines at Law. ('CVIl I)ITHI('T COIURT. Mrs. Mary .1. Conly, wife of Edwin Mahoney et al. vs. Minors Plorence, idtie, and Margaret Garland, partition. -- N. E. Humphrey. ('RFDIT SALES. Tho.. JBuchanan to Foster Jefferson, three undivided fourths of lot, Hringer, Monroe and Franklin, *.,0o mortgage. ---$arpy. CONVENTIONAl. MORTGA;;ES. Louise V. Dluruy, Widow Aug. V. Rigob to Interstate Trust and Banking to.. $300, I note, 1 year, 8 per ceut, lot Seguin, Bouiy, Olelaronde and Peli can.--(autier. henry hogler to Julius Itolenger, !1250, 1 note, 1 year, ' per celnt. 2 lots. Itringer, laurence, Te,.che and Nunez. - Seymour. The Roses. Poet-I can make no mistake in say ag her cheeks are llke the rose. Friend-But you have never met her. Poet-That matters not. If she is rosy there are red roses, it she is pale there are white roses, and it she is allow there are yellow roses. The Parrot and the Nut. Brutes are able to compare and die tinguish. A parrot will take up a nut and throw it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

THE HERALD. Oii W tM Upbudlng of the Wet Side of the Rive. "A very live and creditable weekly nespaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. pX.. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911. N.. 26. ERSON ALS AND OTHERWISE -j7d Pefferkorn left Sunday to Ssme time with relatives in Ls ly. Schultz left Sunday for loge to join her husband, who there. WHOLESALE HOUSE--THAT RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES RIDAY---SATURDAY This French Plume 20 inches long by 7 inches wide pecial - - -$2.50 0 dozen French Plumes, as above cut in solid and shaded colors-20 inches long by 7 50 inches wide. Regular $3.50 seller else- - `:where. Our price Friday and Saturday Boys' Bearskin Hats 48c S : 12 dozen Boys' Bearskin Hats in all sizes and colors. 'Regular dollar value, our price Friday and Saturday 48C ust received a large shipment of Velvet Shapes, in black and orted colors. Prices ranging $1.50 TO' $3.50 Worth double elsewhere. Hats Trimmed Free L-._ SMAN-WEINFELD MILLINERY CO., S.-=AIL DEPT.: WHOLESALE pEPT....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to ouar notice that oome irresponsible peroon or persons have been tampering with the meters, .ale and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghvllle and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly againat the law and all such persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a view of defrauding the company will be vigerously prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premises unless they show a badge of the company. We are now making a careful investigation of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollare ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. ALGIERS SAZERAC ". ST. JN.'S ' SA LOON JAC, sCEER, "Pr. Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches el All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algiers 29. No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

t i i . *' I r ustomers  ad that our Lanadry has reached a degree at I that few ever attain. 1 We Launder Cuffs and Shirts 13 a that insures your satistao ad delight. American Sndry, m/ . NORTH, - - A ent. --------- LuZIANNE COFFEE s with pue sweet -ra. Bmndrtfed riyitheituer losing a.part ofits flavor. tls guaranteed to pkasea Try it. CHARTER I- ra . BAInT COMPANY. -rAT3S OF AMERICA, STATE ICmSIANA, PARISH OF OR cT OF NEW ORLEANS. that on this twenty-thibrd th of October, in the year dse hundred and elevena be , Jr., a notary public, sad gqallied In and for of Orleans state of Louisiana, therein resdna& and In the pres the wIsses l nafter named perseally came and ap whose names are here who declared that, availlag S pevislens of the laws of t the orIgnlatIon of cor Shave eoeanted and agreg( pgesents, coveanm t and marm sad constitute them as sech other persons, as ma or become associated with a esoratlon and body politic the objects and purposes and tn and stlpulations fol ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

THE HERALD pUBUIID VRY THURSDAY. Lterd at the loetolee at New Orleom Ieeoud-Cm MaNi Matter. a TIMus of 8sUDsctPTION. One Cep, 0n Month, Is Advene .. 1 c Ole Copy. Tear, I advance ...... $L00 Ds. . . .KKApr....ditor and Proprietor Address aU eomUeItloU te Dr. C.V. .Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street. New Orleans, ILA. Pbone, Algiers 603. NEW ORLEANS, NOVEMBER 9, 1911 SHEPLD may be found at tho 101-1 S h.f (gAlgiers Oes*), 00o Vet ATO(City Oee), 82 Perdlde sciioUn23 sooB exWoU o8peoomg I A 1 % ATn. Slidell Ave ue. g aslbs fatlling to geptTO wt ger . Ntl 11 Aer ret Street eseflo send on iatatlioes for palicls dess i early as po* ble, and not later s Tuesday sight on-yertod n THU PMyhLDa free th Ali ersmputrovem seor boaton helf to pmople and sewsasol of blsd. lae i ed iue to The cf o i S No eeo mmunlcation will be re setved sbs signed bty the ender. We a not o ubih y nor same o onnectio with tihe emmunlatlon nles you oo state. .et we mt Insist upo having your sme as a guarantee of good ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

EAt Tthe PlayHouses. .. .. - A ANGUAY IN ULITTLErL MISS "Ix.IT*--AT THE TULANE. p Tanguay, the highest salaried - the American stage, comes to -Tlne Thea:re Sunday evening, r 12th, for a week's engage -pearing in her famous special Sao~nection with Werba and Lue musical h:t, "Little Miss Fix *-%· ... .. ... l I  i:I::: . . . . . . . . 37~k TANGUAY, IN "LITTLE MISS FIX-IT" AT THE TULANE. C ýi -1 m a'rangumay was obliged, to Sorty weeks of vaudeville con Ia order to accept this engage The famous comedienne will ad l her latest song hits, includ I DI't Care," "Who's Looney "Give An Imitation of Me," Bkimy," and her famous "Penny " with its unique coat of mail ewel oves and ges or Coal, Wood or Gas. ) C. DUVIC ember Make Best Creams! We Make Best? it is cooked and artificial iagre .S the pre freshems.. rlason h.. RECOMMEND IT. has prees that yes ae Sbr arm twairn Messe ear n as.m is wald & Co. Ltd. Caal Street, C..r kiO . made of 8,500 Lincoln pennies and a bag of 500 of the same...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

George 0. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, =43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 66. GOOD Union Saloon, COLD O- " "STEY .0 BE E Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE a SLIDELL AVLE. PHONE, ALGIERS f GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Iard and OleNs 636 Solge Street. RihldeNs 411 PalIa ..a PHONE. ALGIERS 454-W. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS ANB FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telephone, Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Phone Main 667 New Orleans Societies. Where and When T'Iey Meet and Ad dresses of Their Otoers. Masonic. STS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening In Masonie Hall corner Olivier St and PDlcan Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle vile S.; 8. W. Pred H. Galt...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

ANALYSIS Pi-Spencerian Chartier J. . REASER Prin. Com'l Department . ...r. the fonre snn f .nw_. _ . MONO the foremost novelists of the Vord nd time Charles A Dickes, a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and oused a system to which I am going to devote reverential atten Uk Robert Fulton's steamboat it was the Sat system--at least t the English speaking race. The only difference is that PFulton's achievement is unquestionably go prgenitor of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships, our I taulas. Fulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re " an approach to the subject entirely dlfferent from that for the sig of whth Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose dmpll d ease, legibility and reading power destine it to rule the world-the IWNCERIAN CHARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember thouse words "AN APPROACH TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT." David Copperfield (which is, most of the time. simply a character by Dickens for his own autobiography) thus des...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 November 1911

Algerines at Law. COURT OF APPEAL. had fer, A. E. Hotard vs. Hy. L. Huntington; sing appeal from First City Court, Div. A. ren -A\ns!oy, Graham & Ansley, defend- ber ant and appellant. urg CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. ed ed Mrs. F. Donahue et als. vs. Mrs. W. hel F. Williams et als.; answer.- M. S. wh Mahoney. me Mrs. Sadie E. Maguire vs. Blanche Lei O. Finegan, administrator; rule to H. turn o er proceeds of sale. the Mary J. McCluskey vs. G. T. .Ml- ne Clusk y. Mrs. S. E. Maguire vs. Sucession of Thomas Finegan; answer of ci\vil sheriff. sil CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGE. pe of Francis .I. Owens to larr O Pe- pe nick, $2,000, 1 note, 1 year. 7 per cent., U1 lots. Webster, Opelousas, Slidell Bo and Wagner.-Brian. Te SUPREME COURT. Succession of George W. Lewis and I'be Mrs. Ellen S. Lewis. his widow, vs.: John H. Lewis--On motion to dismiss: ca: While administratrix seeking to re cover an immovable would have no 2-I right to appeal where it is not shown liin that there are debts due by the su...

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