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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 July 1912

er and vention Rates -VIA- _i RESORTS IN IFORNIA ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe y throughou: the Sum Rates are in Fffect June Mtember 30tt, 1912. : "Safety and Corn fort." Locomot i es, Electric gignals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation Buffet Cars. Car service best in the articulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St. IL Phone, Main 4027. City Passenger and Tieket Agent. fterature furnished on request. E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Books, G-ds, Tobacco, sad Cigarettes. Ir at I mSaus hlIm. ZIprt Atteation. Slidell Avenue Magazine fit -smah Fact -S Fiction -VmmIase iu See bd saf e Welds Mechanics azine a ..a c ro Se Into a Wired House for a ho u with all modern hprovements, se for electric light-it is as eusemtia as the plumb .A House Wired for Electric Service and comforts not obtalabk otherwin electric heating and cooking, the use of electric her things electrcal. A una ful, labor saving and base you like is not wired, sk the landlord to have will do it without fe or bother to you, ...

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 July 1912

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. .: 'n I'. t'I r:o.tr vs. Robert ('har,s ('or't. -' pa ira aton from bed and inoutd. \',,i ill' & \Voodville. UNITED STATES COURT. I'ctter L. Lawton, meeting to confirm sal.' of real estate for $18,:t:5t and to cancte all incumbrances and refer mortgaL'c s to proceeds of said sales. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Mrs. Katherine Stunmpf to Anthony G. Hourdet, $4,u)*), 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent, 5 loos, Pacific avenue. Market and Eielina; lot. Atlantic, Pacific, Slidell and Jackson; lot, Monroe. Brooklyn and Diana; lot. lomer, Brooklyn, Ri ver and Newton; lot, Delaronde, Ber muda. Lav'rgne and Pelican avenue. -McCall. Palst Lew is to Philip Rauschkolb, $225, I note, 1 year, 8 per cent, lot, right bank of the Mississippi river known as Powder Mill tract.-Maho ney. CHARTER 01-' t'ItEst I:NT I'8I4'IAhiTY 1'OMI'ANY, LIMI'.TEli. UNITEDI S'ATl:$S ni AMlEIltI'A. ST'ATE )"F LI.Ii IlANA, I'AllSIt OFF (lit I,EANS. 'I''Y ll. NIEW t'RItEANS. lie It known, t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

THE HERALD. SDveted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLtANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912. No. I. ERSONALS s D OTHERWISE P. olloc'k, WIu. Stalcup, Carl -ad Miss or is Drumm were i Dr. C. V. Kraft and family LAod '. Ba.. Adams, last .jdsolph Splitzfaden presented with a bouncing baby boy last. Wa. Baucunm, C! Gulfport, for SLillie WVardrop, of our nted her husband with a Mrs. Geo. W. Forrest re day morni'g from a two to Hot Springs. Ark. liHoldemali, of Empire, La., to Algiers this week. Zbomnas and son Eddle of Ba re visitors in Algiers last uasgel of Sr. Louis is visit Mr. G. Hatters. Iad daughters Evangeline are visiting Mrs. Mey O'Brien and daughter of Texas, are spending some bar parents, Mr. and Mrs. at high noon Sunday was la Judge Maher's court, the larties being Mr. Preder r Algiers and Miss Mar er of MoDonoghvllle. witnessed the ceremony irkpr, Mildred Burmaster, and John Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

In Peril "'Gt Jut!" said Brill emphatically, 'but in a restrained voice. He hac! no wish to call attention to the fact that he was abnormally afraid o; dogs. And this was such a little dog! But Brill's 'ear was not com mDensurate with the size of the beast. It was the fact th:at it was a dog that saused his flesh to creep and his spinal column to tingle. Especially did he hate a dog that tagged at his heels, as this one was doing. He had started out for a walk in the early evening while it was still light and was enjoying his cigar im mensely urtil be discovered his at tendant. It made the situation worse that the animal did not growl or snap or bark or yelp, but just trotted along with his nose down in a business-like manner that-was both mysterious and I terrifying In its latent possibilities. "Get oit:" murmured Brill a second time and gave a kick toward the rear. But the animal did not even halt. It was one of those fuzzy white dogs so designed a-chitecturally that the ossophist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

JOHN P. VUISui, Pn stens & .Vezien Co, Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Attention to Ralroad Orders. t k S$1451 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 111. Corn. Os',. 1ras, ha rUdu, Smused E. Wsi,. tall John Kleinkemper, " Wines and Liquors, Wood. Coalt Hay, Corn, Oats, Bra, Etc. On.ered Fe d Chr.. Carrw AA. and Ven dse.1 THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE aSitary Ilupromewnte New Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Bathes 0S Cent PLAIN BATHS 2$ Cetse -ad Chiropodiet in Attlendlac Leae' Day Every Day II .. I,. CASAUBIEILII, CHIROPODIST CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor oatil Street - - - . - New Orleans 'm Cleaning and PressiKg Club Pbhoe Maid 3812 1881 S.00 Dsp*Ir.t Weackane rcial- Genrmial Trust & Saving Bank * CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2,000,000.00. Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS 3 1-2% on Savings AL uality and Honest Weight RK Theodore DUBRET EF Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS prada's Cafe R, LIQOUORS and Just at Furry Landing " DELICATESSEN -Cuto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

THE HERALD PUBIISHID hVIRY THURSDAY. tered at the PoetdCe at New OrleanM a SecondC1- a Marl Matter. ti TERM8 OF SUBSCRIWTION. Oe Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance.... 1.0 * DR. C. V. KRAI .. .Editor sad Proprietor .Ad4ree all ommu to M. C. V. ran. N 500 Verremt Street W New Orlema. La. Phone, Algiers 503. fi NEW ORLEANS, LA., JULY 25, 1912. is 1® HIERALD may be found at the fol lying places : TILT peIDALD (,Algler Ome), 500 e al tt Str T' 1eALD (City Oaee). 823 PerildO SCfinoDRB'SO aooK grons, Opelama Avenue. " 5C. . BAYS. Slidell Avens ue. bc-Tes falling to get THU RU iILD r rly, willplease notify the boda i sas Mregu Na ry 0 Ver treet PeaDams F ommuniattlons for publics- e loes as earlyu pofsble, ad met late than Tuesday nlght. e a fr All eommunicattlon such , lette from h the people and news notes oft balls, lawn f danesl and personal mentio will of ebdrs. No communicstion will be re eive unless signed by the eder. We S not publish yor name in co...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

* L Amusements mo Theatre pictures. Vaudeville. Night, beg!nning at 7 - . A. Tansey Mgr. O'S Theatres .........814-816 Canal St. AM....117 St. Charles 8t. TRE... 1033 Canal St. THEATRE..926 Canal St. D ...316 St. Charles 8t. UP-TO-DATE Pictures Dalily. wall Theatre Sf igh Grade ' urlesque Only High-Class Artists M- ATINEE DAILY. Which? is out of politiesl at last" lr pardoned?"-Browning's leriem Oversight. your father give you $seker-Yes. but he didn't . Ireland. hitantsr s of Ireland are hem Phoeniians, an Au FPer se mstnlamlly boasting that habits." '--Bemon Transcript ~lposslble to be soiled by tmeb as the sunbeam. Preying It said of a certain local p01o wll not call him an ass. M speech." SCuter Oil. tasteless It beaten wseed with the white Duelists. dui took place in 1806 de Pollgnac and WIS an Appetite was a Kentish gentle his way to centory. This et a whole bhog at a it p next daj piyess." Wood's met to be laughed at. siMght as pt upon the water poet, Wood to a bout at "est...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

It Was To Be Rosette laugh,d softly. "It's of no use. Aunt Lo:ise. I'm going on the next boat .Jim has hoisted the flag and it will be here in ten minutes." "Do be ciareful about missing the train," cautioned Mrs. Oxley. "I shall worry if you are out late; remember your failings." The young woman pouted. "I never can go anywhere without a peck of advice. Just as though I was an in fant. You haven't said what you want ed, Aunt Louise." "What's the use," retorted Mrs. Pierce, "it's no more nor less than a can of that potted chicken at Lovell's. What do yvu say to that, young lady?" "Hm-bm: murmured Rosette faint ly. "I'll think about it, auntie. Good bye." As the boat splashed around the point Rosette looked dismally at the little red station planted upon the bare, sandy knoll like a danger signal. "It will be perfectly horrid in the elty --hot and stupid-but Aunt loulse must be taught a lesson. I won't have her maklng any matches for me. Ca !us Lnnford, Indeed!" It lacked an hour of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

mer and vention Rates -VIA RESORTS iN IiFORNIA ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe. y throughout the Sum atas are in effect June eyptember 30th, 1912. ": Safety and Com fort." Locomotives, Electric Jignals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation Bfet Cars. Car service best in the particulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St. t. Phone, Main 4027. City Passenger and Tlcket Agent. 3lferature furnished on request. -E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, school eooks, Goeds, Tobacco, sa'd Cigarettes. as l busuabls Prism. Atteaties. Slideli Avenue Magazine Fact - asse Fiction M ai i R Mechanics ne crames a..,e inaoo as co.r~ - Into a Wired House for a house with al modern ino nt, se Sfor electric liht-It is as seltisl as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service . sand omft.a s not obtalmebe otberwise electric heaneg mad cooklg, the use of electric things detericaL A neeoal, labor saving and you like is not wired, as* the laflord to have will do t wit hout f or bother a you, and at to him. Railway & Lightin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 25 July 1912

I Algerinesat Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT Su.cc-eý in ,it F. M1. Webert. judg ment pn'tin: I.jirs in possession. C) I RT OF APPEALS. Dr. Charles V. Kraft, Prop. vs. U'ni vetsal Concrete Tie Co.. appeal from First City C.,urt. Dliv. A.-.I. R. 1eGal lez for def',ndant and appellant. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Peter Marcy Willett to Allan R. fea ry. $3,070.14, portion on right bank of Mississippi river, parish of Orleans, (reinecribed .- -Soniat. Peter Marcy Villett to Mrs. l'na Pace, wife of .las. W. Elizardi. $1.:100. tract of land on right bank of Missis sippi river (renewal of mortgage) - Vidrine. Samne to Allan R. Beary. portion on right bank of Mississippi river. $:, 070.14 I renewal of tIortgage).-Vid rine. Sam'- to Mtrs. .. W. Elizardi. tract of land on right bank of Mississippi river, $1.1:00 (renewal of nIortgage).-Soniat. Robert I. Huith.s to P. E. Ed ring ton, Jr., $200. 1 nlotO. 1 year. S per cent, portion Belleville. Elmira and Socrates. O'Connor. Philip Foto to Miss Isabelle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbulldlng of the Weet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. No. 12. i-- m PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Hi fr a. podenger, bruther of Jules left a few (lays ago with for New York City, where h gapge in the tailoring busi S. R. Pettlgrov, who was serl. a short time ago, is steadily O and is now able to leave ad be around. _ Christy returned home Sat mst an extended trip to Wash. at Jat other, eastern cities. On w: trip he stopped at Biloxi for -ssk to attend the regatta. vi n spent several weeks in gSmn-ilng home Saturday. h, f*ence Lacour spent the week s d H ttie Talbot left Saturday for \1 City, Rochester and Niagara Ii S. J. Johnson and daughter, ni left yesterday for Olney, Ill., gi gty will spend a while. ii Adelane Heath is spending a bi at Bay St. Louis. E aId Mrs. Emmett Casey are a while at the Casey Cottage, Mrs Robt Casey are at the w tage, Bay St...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

Willie's Surfeit Willie's mother was amased, but Willie's A dnt Victoria was suspicious. His mother eaid she just knew the ohlid was ill and she held the medical thermometer under his tongue by main force, but his Aunt Victoria raised her eyebrows and narrowed her eyes while studying him. The trouble was that Willie had not shrieked with joy when his mother had said that she would take him to the circus. He had not even seemed faintly interested. It was an unheard of state of things! "He hasn't any fever." announced his mother anxiously, consulting the thermometer. "Does your head ache, darling?" "Nope," Willie said cheerfully. "I never heard of a boy who wasn't perfectly crazy to go to a circus!" per. slsted his mother. "Why, usually you worry the life out of me from the time the posters are put up! You acted that way when this circus first was announced, and I don't see-are you sure you don't want to go?" "I'd ruther go play with Arthur Jones," Willie said, wriggling. He edged out...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

,-: JOHN P. VIENt, Pls 'stens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Attention to Raliread Ordr.a Pree pt $14 1l MORGAN STREET. ,PHON, ALuaRSn m1. LaI Crw ~ts nam. w , 1w tS Wh, >a wi 11, !John Klenkemper, Wines and Liquors, Wood. Coal. Hay. Cors Oats, Bra. Etc. S3 sranrd he. er Chae.. coe Ac and Tr.gt ltsem. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE S.aftary Improenwnte New Maqnag.nent Turkish, Russian and Sulphur baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS i$ Ce0ts aeel Churopodiet in Attedeaco Ldies.' Day Every Day i d"I L. CA8AUBIEILH, CHIaOPODIIT CHAS. tANTEL, Proprioter Ogstl street - - - - Nw Orleans SClaMing and Presslg Club Pb.m Maml 2812 181 $1.00 Dp eith Wiceyas al - Germnla Trust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ,000,000.00. lU' Cup Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATIERSON AND VERRET STREETS -:, 31-2% on Savings AL uality and Honest Weight -RK Theodore DUBRET LEF Foto Market S-GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENI iSprada's Cafe R, LIQUORS ,a Just it Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN U U U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

THE HERALD PUBIJSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Batered at the Postomce at New Orlean as Second-Class Mail Matter. TERLIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy. One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance..... .81.00 DL C. V. KRAFF...Editor and ProprIetor Address all communications to Dr. C. V. Krat, No. 500 Verret Street. New Orleans, La. Phone, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, AUGUST 1, 1912. THE HERAID) may be found at the fol Tw ltERAI.D (Algiers Omce), 500 VYe RStreet. TH , R BALD (City Omce), 823 Perddo 5CHROIEDER'S BOOK WTOB3, Opeloousa Avenue. 00O. E. BAYSB. Slidell Avenue. ubscribers falling to get THB H198 ALLD regularly, will please notify the bust - Manager No. 500 Verret Street. Please sen couunlcatou for publaea tions as early as possible, and not later than Tuesday night. All communlcatlons, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn nettIes, dances and persoosl mentions will be Inserted in TFI "IUMLI) free of charge. No communication will be re celved unless sign...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

Amusements mo Theatre inea Pictures pelts Vaudevi!le. gsry Night; beginning at 7 . R. A. Tansey Mgr. rce'S Theatres S, ........814-816 Canal St. DREAM....117 St. Charles St. THEATRE... 1033 Canal St. IC THEATRE..926 Canal St. LAND ...316 St. Charles St. UP-TO-DATE Pictures Daily. nwall Theatre As High Grade Burlesque SQaly High-Class Artists MATINEE DAILY. PEARCE'S THEATRES. one of the most Interesting stories told on the canvas in in some weeks will be '"he Escape from Bondage," -by 'Bannster Merwin, one of known photoplay writers work is well known to all pa a[ the moving pictures. This will be the principal number 's Trianon Theatre in Canal S-tween Carondelet and Ba streets, and there is not the jmbt but that the subject will M interest the frequenters of picture playhouse on the thoroughfare. Mary Full among the Edison photo appears in the lead a ary. SWantd a Variety. Sa good story of the charm. woman, who was about for the first time of what cousins call "high meat. I believe...

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 August 1912

Remembrances of the Pigtail. \Wai t lorg pigtails were the fash :r;ailble w( atr n England about 1740. ".< h,"e,i that the bag wig had been ;,r .: pigtail looped up in a k i.:t A: late as 1858 an " .i ,' enlu was Seen in Louidon • is gr:" hair tied behind in a .r., .; ;l .eren today one can id;, :+ relic of the pigtail, for the three pi,,e. of blark velvet on the dress t;,lics of dlfi, ors in the Royal Welsh Fu~tleers ar the remains of the rib t.on with which the cue was tied. WANTED TO KNOW a -.--.--,* . " i Hoax-If anything ever happens ti me my wife's father would look out for her. Joax--Suppose something should happen to your wife's father? LOTS COMING e ( "Has 'tom made the last payma esm hs automobile yet?" "Zard, not It has Just commened to breakl" UP TO HIM Wi I rtIu ilemst DIeft a as thatt MISUNDERSTOOD b Welsh vau-t alrmwuUsebeg W. e a- - don't trenh su. Mua N w-wes-- w asse did )e - the ale.ter wh we e t me .i  ,. · . SOCIETIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

mer and SConvention Rates --VIA SUNSET ROUTE TO RESORTS IN ALIFORNIA f AND ALL THE WEST Rates anl in effect pe ; *ically throunyout the Sum Rates are in effect June gt to Septembe:r 30th, 1912. MO'rrO: 'Saiety and Com fort." ]aial Locomotives, Electric LAeHk Signals, Standard and grist Sleepers, Observatiop "k ary-Buffet Cars. Car service best in the fll particulars apply at TICKET OFFICE, 227 St. St. Phone, Main 4027. nJign, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnished on request. . E. Bays, Jr. Newspapers, School Books Goods, Tobacco, an d Cigarettes. asm at siImue ss e. Fegpt Atteatis. 41 Slidell Avenue Magazine Fact - -.... Fiction Sissyd .1s WW'. may btegin mesdiat wlll od h oold awt Mechanics azine IM Two mllliM of e i se ria so w- om s meae ein inm -. CMCAGO II eRe 8 • I II l .e Into aWired House hiing for a house with all modern improvements, see w for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service eveniences and comforts not o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 1 August 1912

Algerines at Law. CIVIL. 1iIiiCT COI)'RT. W ills i'robat,'d. Succession of Jacob Koppel.-Robert O'Connor, at tor'ni%. The ~ iil of Jacob Koppel, a notarial docrm,.n;t, dated at New Orleans, April 17, benueatlts to his wife all of the household furniture, piano, etc., of which he died possesse"d, together with five shares of stock in the Crescent City Building and lhomestead Association, five shares in the Comomnwealth Build ing and Hon.stead Association, t nt shares in the Metropolitan Bank, and twenty-five shares in the I). Ii. Holmes. Company, Linlited to Mrs. louise Kop pel, wife of Andrew G;uillaud, $500; to Mrs. Matilda Gardiner, $100; and the balance of his estate to his sister,' Ophelia Koppel. lie appoints his bro ther. Albert Koppel. exedcutor of tihe will. IDAMA(;GE SITS. The A!gi. rs Rtailway and lighting Company is mait defend;attl in a suit for $2,5i00 by Mrs. Carolil ne Edmiolids, wife of William Maloney, who alleges that while sis' was in the act of alight inug from ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

THE HERALD. SvDi d to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. Xx. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912. No. 1. PERSONALS I AND OTHERWISE stranger rawe to the home Clifford t\i Jin on August 1, Mother and dlau rgter are doing All friends of Mr. and Mrs. Au u-I in congratulations and wish sad the baby i. .ccss. Both Mr. u Aucoin hiae lived in Algiers member of i-, r.. and will receive wishes ol. all Algerines. Mr. i the son of Mrs. J. C. Aucoin, at 221 Pelican avenue; he the nephew of Judge A. M. Au the Second ('ity Court. '.harsday, August 2, a reception of Miss Anmlea Mailiho was her home, s27 N. Lopez street. dlections were played by Misses E. McMahon and 3Mrs. L. and dancing was indulged in. nts were strved at intervals. who were pr ; sent were Misses -vyallero, Ada Cavallero, Hazel Mamie Farrell, Lydia Simo DItelle MeMahon, Evelyn Brodt "lnette Fabares. Emily Curran, Str1asell, Hilda Maillho,...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 8 August 1912

OP NO IMPORTANCL 4 "Are they to be married soon r "Well, he thinks they atr" "Oh! that's not of the sughtest cm a ace In an afatr of this Ltnd does she think about It?" THEY SAVED HIM. Kasoebm-He wrote a poem 0 Wed--Was it printal? ns-mker-No, the editors to whom Sws Issmitted were his frlids. ONLY POSSIBLE REASON. "lAmr is going withbot a asw bat this year." Mhr what reasoar "see she has to." SALE OR WEAR S*- f The Prretor--How mu~ch are yo meMg thos stob,na kat "ho Ualassud-Te eaoi a pair. The Reprietor (aheini -.-a: 'n lut res at that plr 0O0 SBARGIN .ass--~me I est thre eses a hWea age by el rea over, l ; Y -rd I compromled with _. Aiah r u er as I ask @eas.I mmr bmew a seUge a wa m rbq -Jaea rt-~- i r41 nr~w WILDUR D.1ESBIT JEDITOR ankthe cmd the his hair was long; his eyes were set Deep in his head as they could get Conveniently. He held his poem in his hand; The editor said, grave and grand: "Read it to me." "The little breeze crept down and sighed." He read; the edi...

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