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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

JOnN P. V-IEu", Pr - stens & Vezien Ce., Itd. -Ship Chandlers and Grocers -il Attentlon to RalItdI Ordn.s pP k~ r $14411 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALSIERS Mt. C, Cra. Oats. r.e., weiws, e..n as .. . WIs". Ivens John Kleinkemper, mserie , Wines and Liqer Wood, Coal Bay, Cora, Oats, Bra., Etc. &.Ab Denered n* d C h Cwser A- sed VrMses sn THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Sanitery Impr venstem New NeA mueli Turkish, Russian and Sulphar Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 35 OSets gsr and Chiropodi't in At eomCs Leijs' Day Every Day Il!t.J. L. CASAUBIEILI, CulrorODlsT CHAS. MANTEL, Preprieter slati Street - - - - - - Now Orleans , sm:Cleaning sad preasig Clbk Phae Mam 212 1881 S1.1o Depee Wdese il- Germania Tust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,00000. 311 Camp Street 811 Ceaumn Street ALGIERS BRANCH .-' PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS C. 3 I-2% on Savings AL Quality and Honest Weight RK Theodore DUBRET EEF Foto Market E F GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. Sprada's Cafe ,LIOUOR$ as Just at Ferr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

THE HERALD PUBLIBRWD EVERY THURSDAY. atered at the Poetomce at New Orleans as SeconddClas Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRBIPTION. One Copy, One Month. in Advance .. 10 One Copy. One Year, In advance ...... 51.00 DR C. V. KRAFT...Editor and Proprietor Address all communications to "r. C. V. Kraft, No. 00 Verret Street, New Orleas, La. Phone, Algiers 603. NEW ORLEANS, L.A., JULY 4, 1912. Tea HERALD may be found at the fol lowing place : 'IWM HElALD (lgers Office). 500 er T I~El BcRALD (City Oiee), 823 Perwddo SCHROEDER' BOOK STOBB Opelosas Avenue. 2 E. BAE.8, Slidelle Avenue. Suberlbee falling to get THE IMU AL) regularly, will please notify the b ne Manager, No. 300 Verret Street. Please send communications for public- leas as early as possible, and not later tha Tunesday night. AU ommunicattons, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn paatlee. dances and personal mentions will be ilserted Is THE IRIEALD free of eharge. No communication will be re eelved unless s...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

* Amusements o Theatre SPictures. Vaudeville. Night, beginning at 7 R. A. Tansey Mgr. nwall Theatre BURLESQUE SHOWS. Iyll Matinee, 2:15. S Night, 8::5. Cooled by iced Air and Electric Fans. e'S Theatres ........814-816 Canal St. M....117 St. Charles 8t. T~IEATRE... 1033 Canal St. THEATRE..926 Canal St. ...316 St. Charles 8t. UP.TO.DATE Piotures Daily. IsIte of the Powhatane. plhape the mD4it interesting it be witnefsed in the Unit ,ASes place at the state capi on Feb. 1t; of each of the delivery of the of the Pamunkey river gplsenting n surviving tribe bpetats nation, to the gor The manner of the ft the tribute is simple. eal the head men of the appointed day appear at bearing baskets of docks lay the baskets at the feet . The few and simple are spoken are traditional wry. Originally the trib et venison, docks and at the finest and reprept of the state of VYir the animals of the forest, he air and the fish of the the state law establshing for deer now prevents from including venison...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

UPLIFTING A MAN By M. QUAD crfp-ri,;ht. 1912, by Associated Lit r: v I' r ss. I'eaiall ,t,!bue was a good mall Tvu could Ie sure of that by his name alone. He loved his neighbor as himself and wronged no man. He gave to the heathen and was grieved when he read of the wickedness at home. For a 0,r many years the dear'on went on just being good in a general way, although there were times when he wished Le had a specialty. Ollne came his way at last and he was sur prised that he had never thought of it before. But a few tramps came to the vil lage where ti., deacon lived. Consta ble Baker had the reputation of being a hard k',l.,r, laid the knights of the road took in other towns Instead. Therefore tie g"lod man had never had a chau 'e to tiudy the tranlp at close range. Con-tal,!" Baker was taken ill of fever, and while he tossed to and fro on his lbed a tramp took advantage of the o,-cauion to make his appear ance and do lv'ninesa. lie came across Deoan Goodlhe almost the first thin...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

er and ention - -VIA- N S !NSET ROUTE -+O RESORTS IN IFORNIA ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe throughout the Sum igts are in effect June *ejptember 30th, 1912. : "Safety and Com fort." Locomotives, Electric Sknals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation et Cars. Car service best in the articulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St. It. Phone, Main 4027. City Passenger and ileket Agent. btetnre furnished on 'nest. E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Books, Goods, Tobacco, sad Ciarettes. e at omis rmes. Attenties. Sidell Avenue Magazine -hl -" Fiction Mechanics ne rz ýamsr- Sho Inw e-er bw v-r n-r 11c1nc Into aWired House for a house with a nmodern improvements, see for electric light-t is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service and coforts not obtanable otherwise- electric bheating and cookiLng the use of electric things electrical. All useftul, labor saving and you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at to him. Railway &am...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 July 1912

Algerines at Law. JUDICIAL MORTGAGES. Patrick F. ilfnuessey to Chicago House Wreking Co., $85.57, interest and costs. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Theo. J. l.ala to Mrs. Samuel M. Tcdd. 2 lots, ('arondelet, Josephine, St. Andrew and St. Charles. $6,500 terms. --Dreyfous. Mrs. Louis Lto,ichaux to Henry Fer rer, interest. Pt(., in and to lot. Teche, Socrates, Ptolemyv and Nunez; lot, Se guin, Eliza, Itouny and Eielina. $230 cash. Henry Ferrer to Mrs. Hlerman Wunch or Munch or Nunch. lot Teche, Socrates. Ptolemy and Nunez, $900, terms-Manoney. Louis S. Spear to Lionel M. Ricau, three lots, Whitney, Alix, Eliza and Lehouct, $4.0, terms -l'uig. Robert Ellison to Octave Martin. lot Odeon.. Orleans, Lamarque and So crates, $50. cash- Seymour. CHARTER O F ('Iti 'K E f'I S.t .l ¢ 4 'O lt l'O I ,'AT ION. ?TATE (,F LeIA ISIANA. I'ARISII OF ORt LEANS. Know all nmn Ibv these presents that on this first day of .ine.. In the year of our Iord nineteen hunred and twelve, we, the undersigned, in order to...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

THE HERALD. Det to th Upbldlng f the West Sid. of the River. UA very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY I 1, 1912. No. 9. PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE W. E. Huggin~s and baby left for Coluba'1. . C., to join who is employed there. conventiont of the General of Wor..e Clubs of the States, whi't! convened last $sn Fraucis'c. Mrs. J. Creigh es was ei, ted one of the a. directors of the National aewerage and Water Board ttlr branch office in the Court y for the accommoda .MIr Algiers subscribers. Aubert of M.t Donogh No. 4 w.o a scholarship to the Je S-g School. SJs. Garland and family and " . Kelly and H. Frughts left for Pilot Town. Catchot of Ocean Springs t visitor to Miss Juanita A. Richards of Plaquemine here last week, to attend of his uncle, the late P. A. fiances Statzkowski returned from Mandeville, where she law days. Myrtle Buell, who has been Mlss Ida Kinkaid, left Thurs home in Baton Rouge, La. Babin spent Su...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

A Veteran's Yarn Ey DANIEL CLAYBOURNE The veterans of the civil war are gett:i'g old. For half a century they have beel telling stories of their ex periences in the great struggle, which were literally true when the veterans first htld them, but the old chaps have gradually forgotten much of them. which they haP'e been obliged to supply by invention. These invented parts. after nuch telling, have gradually be come impressed on the minds of the story tellers nas truth. That the story shouldn't lose any of its original in terest the invented parts have been a trifle more Munchauseny than the real parts. The consequence is that now and then a pretty lively yarn is got off by some old e'eptuagenarian which he really be!lieves to be true. but which has grown up in the way I have men toned. This is one of them. "I was in at our victory at Chicka mauga," the Union veteran begun when be was not headed off. "I thought we were knocked into a cocked hat at Chickamauga," said a man only forty y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

JOHN P. vaIEN, Pi ss -'_tens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Attention to RalIread Orders. PrOpt 0,rp. -1461 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALUIERS 11. • rlm. data Si&a. mlarwusw ,4w g ., E, W s., wa ges. John Klemkemper, Wines and Liquors. Wood, Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. pUw.d 4f. l Ch.a , Cu Asa a VesRt $Skss THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE eaftery Imprenwente New aesamaswnt Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Saths 50 Cents SPLAIN ATMS - osets *sd Chiropodiat in Atndaac Ldlee.' Day Evry Day 1ilt J L. CASAUBIEILHI, CHSsotaDoIT CHAS. IANTEL, Proprleter -eetl Street - - - - - - New Orleens Tag Clseglg and Prsumig Club Phus Male 2512 1881 Ui.08 Dsp.eie Walcene .iI- Gennania Trist & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 62,000,00100. ;it Cs-p Street 111 Comnae Street ALGIERS BRANCH i PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS 3 1-2% on Savings AL Quality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET E"- Foto Market E GROUND BONES FOR CHICKEN. ;Sprada's Cafe ,LIQUORS .En Just at Frry Landig DELICATE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

THE HERALD PUBIBR i D bVERY THURSDAY. Bntersd at the Poetomce at New Orleans s Second-Class Mail Matter. TERMS OF 8UBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance......=1.00 DL. C. V. KAFT...Edltor aid Proprietor Address all communications to ti. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street, New Orleans, La. Phone, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., JULY 11, 1912. TILtE HERALD may be found at the fol lowing places: THE IlEILAILD (Algilk Ofce). 500 Ver ret Street TLE 11RALD (City Osce), 822 Por-ld CIHRORDER'S BOOK TORNI Opelouas Avenue. 3O0. E. BAYE8. 8lidell Avenue. Subscribers failing to get THE EB AL regularly, will please notify the bs sees Manager, No. 500 Verret Street. Please send communleations for publica gion as early as possible, and not later tban Tuesday nigbt. All communication, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn oarties, dances and personal mentions will be inserted Ita THl IIERLD free of ebharge. No communlcation will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

:: Amusements **99L91 Innea~~sr L~sasgagugeguagggggggggggggy~gp o Theatre t Pictures. PeNKte Vaudeville. *ee Night, beginning at 7 R. A. Tansey Mgr. nwall Theatre BURLESQUE SHOWS. .oily Matinee, 2:15. Night, 8:15. Cooled by Iced Air and Electric Fans. Co'S Theatres ..........814-816 Canal 8t. RIEAM....117 St. Charles St. THEATRE... 1033 Canal St. IC THEATRE..926 Canal St. ND ...316 St. Charles St. UP.TO-DATE Pictures Dalily. ' The Sight of a Mouse.  ebh does a mouse see? To a pmose one would think that galted for a great deal in its ýtperiments go to show that true within certain limits gooed at distinguishing dlffer of illumination and differ pieferriug red and yellow to pees, and they are quick to agements, but they have little iaem and little binocular vi study shows that has no "rods" and no "fo gs Piet Railway Gauge. story was told by one Itephenson's biographers re the great engineer came to foar foot eight and a hall for his railways. Some to the building of hbi aad Carlisl...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

Stale Br:ead Day. A travteler lays that ;I e rihoais wnak ness of ;'!'owinlp .hi,,rs is the lovI e 1 eatafin;: u.vly baked brea:d The yalk of .\t.Az.iiur, In Morocc,. discovere.: that old bread: wa.: thrown away : wast". To n: sto food is a serious of fe;-o 'n th,' eves of a .Mosleum. The ca'l of .21.Zihelo inr the'refore issued aI bylaw Ipr.ýiit;. the laklng of bre:ai uplni (:,i d:; i each week. ,Tie citi zns. he dl :arcl. mlist eat up tlh bread : :1 nly baked, and he tixed Wedue<rlay as the "bitalah." or boll day. Stories of $tevenfen, Robert Lulos H4teveuaou deollhted in 43ld clothes, which made people take him, mutch to his ownt Joy, for a sort uof vagabond. tne night, dressed with a special iew t quauint!nes, the uuvellt wandered through south London try ing to con:o upo:n ii ollktLann who would arrest him on might. lie un.' upon various "hobbies." but not one of tLiam would approehend him, and be was vastly dlsapp'luted. Another time, when in Franice. otf clals of a b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

nier and TConvention Rates -VIA - TO RESORTS IN LIFORNIA lID ALL THE WEST Rates :.re in effect pe ly throughout the Sum Rates aei in effect June , September 30th, 1912. -m1rO: ' Sa'ety and Com fort.' iaag Locomot ives, Electric ýubk Bignals, Standard and ',lust S1eepers. Obsertation -.Buffet Cars. Car ser'i' best in the ill particulars apply at TICKET OFFICE, 227 St. St. Phone, Main 4027. gailgn, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnished on request. E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Books, Goods, Tobacco, and Cigarettes h'u at lenmm hiPes, IM,.t Att.atise. 1 Slidell Agsue Fiction Mechanicl azine m- is ..= an-;~~ senesesp rme e Into aWired House for a house with all moderm improvemebts, s for electric ight-it is essential as the phlumb "-. A House Wired for Electric Service ience ad -soforts ot obtainabe otherwise electric heating and coong the use of electric other things electrical. A ueful, labor saving and ou u lib is t wired, ask the ladlord to han e will do it w&...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 July 1912

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. IDr. ('. V. Kraft, etc. vs. UIniversal Concrete c'o., Ltd., nmo:ion and order for suspensive and devolutive appeal. Authorization of Mrs. Katherine Sweet. wife of ('hristtan L. Stumpf, to mnortgage. --Hy. G. McCall. Succaes'icn of S. ('onlin, judgment homiolo. ating account. LIEN SAND PRIVILEGES. J. R. Norman to Shakespeare Iron Works, $,1(;:1.R5, materials used on su gar house. plantation in Algiers.-hart BUILDING PERMITS. J. A. Sample, owner and builder, one story doable ot rtage. slate roof. El mira, Hosmer. Newton and Belleville. $1,000. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Chas. S. Schild et als. to Miss lihn rietta W. Schild, interest, etc., in and to portion, Atiantic and Pacific ave nues, Mlix and r liza, $:,.J)00 cash.-O' Connor. Wilton Ii. Stratford to Southern Realty Co., lot. Seguin, Alix, Eliza and Bouny, $.?. 00 terms.-Sullivan. Soeleta Italiana I)i Mutua Benefcia CHARTER INITrlIE ST i.'fi 41 . .t 1lEItlI'A. SI''ATE' )I,' IA 1 I$IANNA. I'AtIS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

STHE HERALD. vod tohe U i th UpbuildIng the Waet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly nowspaper.--MANUFACTURER8' RECORD. VOL. X X. NEW ORL.ANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912. No. I0 ,, . -... .. .......---- . .' _'.. ..... . , . iHm H i ..i .. . i i i No. 1 PERSONALS A ND OTHERWISE D. O'Connor, who has been some time at Ocean Springs, u at Long Beach. CI Irma Lange lhas been the guest Eus Egenia .1loran of Bay St. Miss. L. Green and John Horn y evening for Chicago, to at hbe forty-eighth biennial conven 4. the Ancient Order of Hiber -g. lid. L. Vail is acting as priest of St. Mark's Episcopal (Bhreveport, aurb g the month . His address is 410 Travis During August he will ofeci s same capacity at St. George's St. Charles avenue and Cadis this city. Hazel, Carmelite and Zita Sare the guests of Mrs. Louis who has leased a cottage Mtia Springs for the summer. ( Leretta Shook is spending a at Nine Mile Point, the guest of P Qulnette. 8. Darsam of Gulfport, Miss., ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

THRIFT OF TIME Believe me when I tell you that tuiit of time will repay you in after life with a usury of profit beyond your most sanguine dreams and that the waste of it will make you dwin die alike in intellectual and in moral stature beyond your darkest reckon ings.--Gladstone. Exposed. Translenit-WV's the show Inst night the real thing, as they advertised? Un cle I;ben-Real thing nothing~ It was 1 a fake. The bhoys exposed it. We got hold of the fellow who played the vii lain, and after riding him around town he finally confessed that he warn't no real villain after all; just pretendin'. Lippincott's. The Cause of Earthquakes. When there Is an earthquake the Tibetans know just how It hbappened. There are evil spirits. "d'ome of them are gigantic brutes a mile in height, with tiny mouths which prevent them swallowing even the, smalltht crumb of any kind of food. Naturally they suffer from hunger, and in their agon ized writhings they are the immediate cause of earthquakes." Savi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

JOHN P. VWWDN, ss Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers al Att.r"wn to Ralreoad Ordsers. Prp1 DIeqs. s144-1 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALAIERS l11. y, Cp.l. Ot... " ..m, L... ...... l.., I. Vi, lu John Kleinkemper, gaceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood. Codal Hay, Corn, Oata, Bram. Etc. 1"sb Dd.r.d fsw d Chts. Cmw. Alsa .nd Vaenet a.tU THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Sanitary Improwvemunta New Menegeannt Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Eaths 50 Cents PLAIN BATNS US Osets r ed Chir'podlit in Attendab c LaLe.' Day Every Day S)IC L.J. L. CASAUBIEILa, CirOPODrST CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor Conti Street - . . . - - New Orleans lgm Cleaning and Presslg Clob Pib.. Maim 212 rcial- Genalia Tlst & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2,000,000.00. 311 Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS 3 1-2% on Savings AL Quality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET EE F Eoto Market -E EF GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. Sprada's Cafe ER, LIQUORS d Just at Ferry Landine DELIC...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

THE HERALD PUBIABHWD EVERY THUBRSDAY. lntered at the Postomee at New Orleans as second-Cilass Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBSBCIPTION. One Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 Ose Copy, One Year, In advance......$1.00 *R. C V. KRAF'r...Edltor and Proprietor ddress all communications to [LJr. C. V. Kraft. No. 5o0 Verret dtret, Noew Orleans. *. iG'one. Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., JULY 18, 1912. 'e1E HERALD may be found at the fol I HERA~E~ (Alglerl Omee), 500 Vet THBr BRALD (City Ole), s23 Peridld Street. aCHtRO'DsRa Boor /IOeE, Oelouas g30. U. BAYDS. ltidell Avenue.w ,betlbeSt filln g to gst THE BE ALl) regularly, will pleaDs notify the b em Ma2aget, No. 600 vet-roe Set._ Please send communleatlns for pubica elen as early s poesible, and ant later hc Tuesday nht. All eommunleatlona each as lettee from the people and news notes of balls, lawn paretes, dances and perIsonl Tnentions will be Inserted In THnEr AUJD,  r, e - ohage. No communleaton will be re eevcal snless signed by the ms-r....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

; Amusements o Theatre Pictures. Vaudeville. Night, begir ning at 7 . A. Tansey Mgr. nwall Theatre BURLESQUE SHOWS lly Matinee, 2:15. Night, 8:16. Ceeled by Iced Air and Electric Fans. eg'S Theatre ..... 814.816 Canal St EAM....117 St. Charles St. THEATRE... 1033 Canal t. THEATRE..926 Canal St. ...316 St. Charles St UP.TO-DATE Pictures Dalily. ITRMIALTIES ib oe acts called arivialiies Ieds of joyare forever lr dmen women look haggard faces at the the own waste has ýSeea ta eaith beean no -Geeore Eýeo. :LCeag Lived Fish. been known to live in *SI years. salmon are said healthy condition 100 years. reach 150, and pike kIown to enjoy an even lt ilfe. ;SM sd In the Family. I am going to martf Sbe's old enough to be bt bet doesn't seem msths.-r.Btona TraMcriDpt rWeth the Pries -ou don't mesa to asy -l when his bose bern lr. mith-te- ; the letters is wife before they were dsstr-yed.-Philadelpla `siadv--We all hink the = Mu Jame's nose: (Crust et t. Then she Sany more ntate other - Baltim...

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 July 1912

TRUE HEROISM. The hero fears not that i he with hold the avowal of a just and brave act it will go unwitnessed and un loved. One knows it himself and is pledged by it to sweetness of peace and to nobleness of aim. Hthich will prove in the end a bet ter proclamation of it than the relat ing of the incident.-Emerson. The One Thing H. Did. "'I renllelr' r aIn .\Ant rican ni a hall In Monte :irlo,." .said an Amerian actre,. "Ills ,self reliant American ism stood out well amid the elegance of the counts and earls and grand dukes who were there. I overheard a Russianl lprincess talklug to him on the moonlit terr:ce. 'Do you dance?' she sail. No; he di dn't dance. 'Do you speak French:' N.; Ihe ,nr}y spoke .\merican. 'Do you Ihly Irhilge?' 'No.' The prin cess rI-1E(d !u.,r arlistocr:lti eyclrows. 'May I as1.,' h.' sa:id, 'what you do dot' '1 earn mIy 3 \own living.' s.id the American. The prince'ss laglhed gay ly and aIEpro> ingly. lie was, and she knew it, 'he ornly manl there who did....

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