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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

mmer and Convention Rates -VIA TO RESORTS IN ALIFORNIA AND ALL THE WEST Ion Rates are In effect pe. ,iodically throiughout the Sum. -mr. Rates are in effect June -gt to September 30th, 1912. MOTTO: "Safety and Com fort." Broning Locomotives, Electric glek Signals, Standard and S'ribt Sleepers, Observation. Libmary-Buffet Cars. Car service best In the fu tll particulars apply at STICKET OFFICE, 227 St  ils St. Phone, Main 4027. IBsign, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature turnished on - request. . E. Bays, Jr. -ls Newmplpar, Goods, Tobacco, and Cigarettes. - unm a umuMs is m. tu.pt Attesties. 441 Slidell Avenue Magazine Fact Fiction Il I • m H ms eaga soipCe wig po Me etNMb Mechanics azine STso .ua see r b ca k CO.b ~amcase~. ~r hw r e into a Wired. House for a house with al modern improvements, see for electric light--it is as essential as the plumb --A House Wired for Electric Service Sand comforts not obtainable otherwo electric heating And cooking, the use of electric t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 22 August 1912

Algerines at Law. ~----_- = ---- .. . . . .. .. ,-=- i  DONATIONS. James J. Manson in favor of Algiers Railway & Lightting ('o., portion of I grouad, Fifth District, taken from the I side of the property of the present owner adjoining the lower side of Lon- 1 don street, said strip of ground com mencing at the public road along the Mississippi river; said strip to be used A for a street car line.-Leopold. FI-PA. Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Works al vs. Emile D. Levy et al., $1,180. inter est, etc.-N. E. Hlumphrey and A. D. of Danziger. 0 MORTGAGES. Mrs. Widow Riley Franklin to Felix B Richard, Sr., $400. I note, 1 year, 8 per cent, lot, Teche, Lawrence. Nunez and p Br'ngler.-Fleury. Alphonse Walker to John A Augus- v tin, $254.60, 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent, lot, Bringier, Hermosa, Nunez and Lawrence.--Pleury. n Oliver Dorsey to Manville Green et n als., lot, Teche, Lamarque, Nunez and 8ocrates, $42.10 cash, $'957.90 mort gage.-Fleury. Mrs. Mary L. Rogers to Prank B. Twomey,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

THE HERALD. ' Deveted to the Upbuilding of the Weet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper.'"-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912. No. 16. RSONALS SIý OTHERWISE j-sard Gish and Mrs. Tom gre spending a few weeks at warien B. Sey'.,our, of Vallette met his two weeks' vacation visited his parents here for and then resumed his duties late Auditor's office at Baton SLoretta and Victoria Bba at Asheville. N. C. Mrs. H. J. Thompson and Marion left Monday evening home in Abita Springs, La. V. Lennoy and Miss Maude are home again, after a stay of two weeks at the saswe in Biloxi, Miss. :. W. Kiehl will be the guest May Averill, 318 Delaronde October 1. Gesle Wright and little Miss left on Friday last for a visit to friends and rela Chicago, St. Louis and Keo SOrae and Louise Averill are mago, where they will re the next few weeks. En they will visit friends in Kaoxville and Chattanooga. Mirs, of Lafayette, La., to Algiers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

A LONG WAY OFF 1 Hoax-I see that the motormen of this line who struck for stools to sit on while working have won their strike. Joax-Yes; I guess after awhile even the passengers will be able to get seats. MAN FOOTS THE BILL 4 Mrs. Jones-That papr has a art. ele on the question which has the bet ter time, man or woman. Jones-Woman does, because she dos't have to pay for it. A SURE SIGN Mrs NWwwed-r heard the nei esok causing and swearlng somethinl awful in the kitchen this morlnng. Mr. Newwed-That's all right Sheoi biegfalns to feel at home. HE WAS WISE IN--'mm et gola to re or tth LasWhy met? Wie--I don't think my pst at HS FATHER WAS A GROCER Ml --O of the prlmclpeU nr . ta el the homuan8boy. Wha to t mo...- am s rwm mers. _ I : ..... r- the, at at - e (-.,agl - .. •g THE gEST SHE COULD o. They had quarrled sad wereo ntark Ing the presents. The love tokens made a pitiful des., play on the polished center table. The man added a blue knit tie to the little heap in tront of him, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

JOHN P. VIZIIR, Pip. ens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers *t- tlen to Railroad Orders' P 5.$1S MORGAN STREET. Pg. AL*MURS ll. John Kleinkemper, Wines and Liqurs Wood, Coal. Hay, Cor, Oats, Bra, Etc. a.. "d ... Ch*. c..a , ... . - THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE ailary Improvewente New M naeumsnt "' Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Bath SO Centos ,PLAIN EATMS 5s Cants a Chiropopodiat in Att nd.nce Ladis' Day vewy Day iºil J. L. CASAUBIEILH, CartoPODIST CHAS. tANTEL, Proprietor Stht - - - - -- Now Orleans agM q and Pressi Club Phb.. Male 281 AL Quality and RK Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET rEF Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. prada's Cafe LIQUORS and Just at Friy Landinl D DELICATESSEN tomere that our Laundry lebhed a dersee of that few ever attain. SWe Sander ed thi the Inth ot the Ualtod _t. trttv~,asr b#eds y ur eetr ltMW-' a actlan thl n lv-s aer aer as ma PA R ati O coatRe Ilitnil lawe ý dr of the Uitea ate ofi th th e tJ6 0, are herb utlwh i te relative tor te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

THE HERALD PUDlIUHE O >V3Y 1 T THUDAT. eca d-Ca mam M -al N atter. IURMS OF SUBSCIsTION. u On Co, One Yonth In Advane .. 10 On ,ae py Oa ,. In a4dvae. 1 ret - a<>A...rtor sd PpprtLeor Ad ress alrl commn to De. C. V. Kraft, N. 500 Voerret Stret.B low Orlens, La. '-hone, Als . tin NEW ORLEANS, AUGUST 29, 1912. An rthj ,- t_ B OS ts wno ' _ ERAL maj e fond at rthe f a SFIFTEENTH WARD p REGULAR ALDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES to- cn My lo . 0 enrdet We, Vote the REGULAR" T, cket. A. Rt STlernsin neAIGHT e frt ie Judge of Criminal Dint. Court, Div. B: b RtANK D. CHREtoleN aJd a guarante of e Seond faity Court: (V-ti for One.) hr ra RM. ES. M ONEYN FIFTEENTH WARD pi REGULAR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES cc FO. THER PAROCHIAL OFFICES Vote the "REoULAR" Tyicket. : STRAIGHT ti INGO. TPAER DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, TO BE HERRL E TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1912. FamiliMrrize Yourself with these Names it Judgst o Criminal Dist. Court, Div. B: PRANK D. CHRETIEN Judge of the Scond nd City Court: (Vote for One.) ( M. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

TIONAL AMENDEMENTS BTRA SESSION 1912. ACTS 0. 4. _WI No. d. ly Mr. Voegtle. .eolution -ubmitting to the 1 the .taL of Louisiana an t to t' ' -,,ititution author - er.s and if-taxing munlci jo exenli :," industrial en  d· al roved value, in strutct"- alded to unim by ,cungraants into the occupy .i d lands as home . local ta'xJ'ion for a period ten , 'J, years. L Be it rsuolved by the imbly of the State of Lou We".thirds of all the members - each hou1' concurring, That menll- rudm t to the Con of the Sto.e fLouisiana be mois .' *'.d submitted to i. aeiselect .r of the State at nal l -tion to be held Tue-da" after the first y the monthi of November of 3 -h awt self-taxing mu shIll ha'te the right to ex i,dustr'.l enterprises and -Mwroved :lthei added to un mL s'incJ ·,,g all structures igr -nKr into the State gd ,i", as homesteads. tagee for :. priod not to ex L years by the vote of two number of all its taxpayers. I qualIfled clectors. includinu SI omen taxpayers, holding at thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

and assessors of the several parishes for the sums they may lose after Jan uary first, 1914, to the date of the ext,iration of their terms of offce in commissions on the State taxes that would have accrued on the sources ot revenue segregated to the State, pre vided that the State shall be under no obligation to reimburse them in an> greater anioun' than will guarantee to them a sum equal to the total of tihe commissions of the.ir office for the .ears 1911 or 1915. taking the year which shows the highest amount, and the General .\ssrembly shall at its regu lar session in 1914 and 1916 make an estimate of the probalble amount need ed for such purpose, and make appro prlatlion to cever the same; and at the biennial sessions of 1516 and 1918 it shall make a further appropriation to covel any deticiency. 6. The anendlents to the (',ostitau tion submitted to the Ieopl' at thic same time that this amenditmelnt is sub mitted, proposing to exempt fronl tax ation the objects therein speci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

"s .1 __r,@** O9 TUY- "ý 3 ,: .ý$ -4 " 1rý>ý',r :s:I 3.113 so*:***" TO OPEN HERE ON gEPTEJMBER 9. ry Bill To Be Given First Week of Season. Sannuounced by Manager Jules that the season of the Or maudeville circuit in New Or " st begin on Monday evening, 9. The opening of the Orpheum season marks an im epoch in the history of this idreult, tLe 25th. anniversary n a celebrated in San Fran a June 30 of this year. significance and import -ie given to the event by the o about the same time the Or made its entry into New York an arrangement by which the Theater and Realty Com Ss conjunction with B. F. Keith Gs eastern associates, purchased ey G. Williams circuit, consist Sthe leading vaudeville houses, -t in number, in greater New A same time an aflliation was ading for 20 years, all high S deville theaters of the United sad Canada to book Jointly, so may be engaged for several years and unprecedented offered to the foremost - the world to enter vaudeville. the Orpheum circuit has Ses...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

Their Broken Hearts She hung on his arm as they stroll' ed slowly down the street. A hurdy gurdy was playing desperately in the avenue. but they did not hear it. A touring car missed them at a crossing by an inch and they never knew It. Other persons using the sidewa!k got out of their way Instinctively because they were not seen and had they not taken precautions they would have been walked over by the oblivious couple. "It breaks me all up." the young man repeated, mournfully. "To think of your going away for the whole live long summer and I can't go, too' Why, you'll have forgotten that I'm on earth by the time you come back!" "George!" the young woman cried In accents which mingled reproach and woe. "How can you! If you knew how unhappy it makes me to have you doubt me!" "It isn't that," said the young man. "1 don't doubt you! I know you are as true as I am myself! But you can't help circumstances, and it is only natural that with a lot of those Willie boys hanging around you wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

mer and vention IRates -VIA k: SIUNSET ROUTE TO RESORTS IN IFORNIA awn ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe y throughout the Sum Rates are in effect June September 30th, 1912. OrTO: "Safety pnd Com fort." Locomotives, Electric Signals, Standard and Sleepers, Observation. .Buffet Cars. tar service best in the prticulars apply at OFFICE, 227 St t. Phone, Main 4027. City Passenger and Tlcket Agent. Dterature furnished on request. 'E. Bays, Jr. Goods, Tobace, gad Cigrettes, P at Atthstls.. SJidell Avenue Magasine Fiction Mechanics Azine SI Two alMns . lear mma wssn m ·e Into a Wired House lg for a house with al modem hpOvItements, see for electric 1ight-it is a eeantlel tie plumb. A House Wired for Electric Servlce e c and com ts at obai N'egtberwlý electric hesting and coaeingg the e of electric th ingslectricaL A ll usdul, labor saving and i e you lik is not wired, ask the asdlord have is will do t without fuss or blother to you, and at ealmt to him. -rs Railway & Lighting Co. C. ....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 29 August 1912

Algerines at Law. STATj- i!tA:.-:i REEKS APPEAL Judge r k..:_ RE-ises. v Asks 5. C .~r '.r 'an az.I S:a:e Board of Hal &h : .tz ::s -o:ur-. 1ol. Benjamir T. Wa!bi. azd A:r: Gen-rai It. t. Pfea'.r.:. fired :n the Strae Suprtr. Curt an aL.ja::aon for writs o! -ora-: and mand1anm to crompeI J.:dade Skin ter. o"' *.- C.v: Dcrri"_t C cur. ·bstni up the r:-ord the matter ofr- S:a e Board :f H vs. Aol;·h Suesl:r. :n a`i- zr. ý ass Monday Judge Ski: nnr r-`us.-1 ,. i sue an :nJun.::.or ) r-s:ra.rr from ciera::ng his bak-ry. w:.;.: .ya cry the board decii re-d n ?as . . -a itary rondi::on. Judge Sk;nn-. i -.trf. Z -. the in;un 3n *iar-I i te: : Board of H' a 9:n an ea rý ws cir i ;ur:sdier Zr. the 'J;cd \-A Orleans.. be :ne r~i :b:d r '-' d_.ze o) under ar. !e .?o :t f:. ~~ fJ t:ot. of:; ::.- t5 (4 Lsu's:-i~u - l ?. Judge Skdnner q- o:;:.g a ri1 ng :y As so.:are Ju:Mi; a M - ru" Supreme Coir: .. sup;,or: of ..s ri: ing. In .:a a'.ipl -a:in for :he uwr s. iled in the Su;.remne Court .:e S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

T .. HE" . .... RA..LD. Daet I the UpbIniig of th West Sde of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newpape.."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLtNS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1912. No. 17. ONALS p OTHERWISE Wenaesda: M.ss Juanita tendered a linen shower place at the reseldence of lagwitt. and Edna ý'reuechtnlcht iests of tleir aunt, Mrs. Agnes liubener of Hous "h been visiting her uncle, r, in Pelican avenue. fslar review of the Ladies of the World will be 8. Clalborne avenue, Wed lt. 11th. The members are t attend as the twentieth at the Order will be cele month of October. aelma Rhodes and lone p.tsrned Sunday from Ashe Pearson returned Sun gpsrtanburg, N. C. Pettigrove left Monday Cal. .  elack and three children for Biloxi. Crilly of McComb City is " while with Mr. and Mrs. y left Sunday to spend gplUsa, La. -Pissan returned Sunday to North Carolina. asht. O'Connor and mother visitors to the Gulf will spend Sunday 'e asy has returned from Sta s is spending s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

COULD NOT SAY NO TO ADELAIDE Major Atkinson, according to his wife's testimony, doesn't know how to say no to Adelaide, his niece. This assertion is borne out by the fact that when Adelaide asked him to appear Ia juvenile costume at what she called a "kid party," which she was to give at his summer home, he con sented with an outward smile and an inward groan. "I wish," he said to his wife in prl vrate, "that Adelaide hadn't insisted' upon my taking part in this ridicu lous affair of hers. In fact, I don't see why she wants to give such a nonsensical party." "Why do you aid and abet her?" de mand d his wife. "When I suggest ed that she think of something newer and more dignifled, you immediately said, 'Let her have any kind of party she pleases.'" "Well, one doesn't like to be always interfering with her pleasures. There's no particular harm in her having a child's party, is there? But I know I shall feel like a perfect idiot dressed In the little girl's early Victorian cos tume tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

"JOHN P. VnmE, - • 'f ens & Vezien Cp., Ltd. Shi' Chandlers sad G n to RAaIrea Oid : " W -ilkMORGAN STIaREt. FA HOUN% ALUES eats O. ea. I' e idwega L ptlei . ohn Kleiikemper, Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths SO Cents -PLAIN IATMS SS .Cst Winsd Ckiropodiqt r Atted Wo D CDa H I asa CHAS. ANTEL, Preprietor - - treet - - -. New Orln . ns Sisflg and Pressing Cb Ph.. Ma. 28 2 HE OLD FAMOUS BATH nOUSE - Impro Honest Weight DRK Tur.Ish, RusTheodore DUBRET o C 1i Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENL prada's Cafe s - - - - ---Neat Orulnei , LIQUORS and dust at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN tomers UM' our ra sar ht few ever attuk. Me nde and Skirts In a yousr a ushla f f I I eiaf O~r Cblr tr. STUB I. theyerea sU had fie w r 1 had haw m n i o u u yet vesa ts may o-tl sad bo It· a law, cmcn tfl · . Iw of aoa trr r ea l undr shat we aorll ar tfr to~a W w At dte eew: f w7 to marte aaM eea @e do cLeud or eea eeaged to 1068r It :NYlptbku : . hav .ald copoatk· ___r, : to make and e t 1· of ther...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

THE HERALD PUB3l1SHD EVURT THUBSDAT. LMtered at the Postoace at New Orlesas as SecondClass Mall Matter. TERMS OF aUIBSC.PTION. One Copy. One Month In Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, in advance......1.00 DR. C. V. ERAI...Editor and Preprietor Address all eommunications to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret dtreet, New Orleans, La. Phoe, Ales 03. NEW ORLEANS, LA., SEPT. 5, 1912. '13 HERALD may be found at the fol 'nIX ItrBALID (6Algie Oss). S Ver TI RALD (City Osce), 823 Pard Street. SCHRODER'S1 BOOK 0 Oes, Opeleuas am .. BATYS. Sldell Avenea Subscribersm falling to gt THE RI ALD regularly. will lease otify the bd es Manager, No. 0 Terret sutreet Please send counications for pbtlea te- as early as possible, sad ot later All emmualati such as lettesm from the people and news notes of bals, laws dances and personal mentios will e Inserted in THE HMI D free of earge. No communication will be re calved unless signed by the sender. We do not publish your name in connecton with the commu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

TIONAL AMENDEMENTS SESSION 1912. ACT. NO. 4. gll No. 2. By Mr. Voegtle. nsolution submitting to the g the State of Louisiana an t to the Constitution author @abh and self-taxing municf e exempt new industrial en ad also improved value, in s structures added to unim bads by immigrants Into the occupy said lands as home rem local taxation for a period exed ten (o10 years. . Be it resolved by the Asembly of the State of Lou twothirds of all the members to ch house concurring, That g s amendment to the Con of the State of Louisiana be i se is hereby submitted to Jttied electors of the State at lonal election to be held Ift Tuesday after the first m the month of November of S1012, to-it. parish and self-taxing mu .y shall have the right to ex yw industrial enterprises and ie improved value added to un lands, Including all structures by immigrants into the State *spsy said lands as homesteads, peal taxes for a ,eriod not to ex a(10) years by the vote of two a number of all its taxpayer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

and a'tse'ors uf the several pari.hes for the illrs th.'y tmay lo.- after Jan uary flr.t, 1l1 1, to tl," ,itat-" of the , r.ir,,at in iof th-lr terr- ' f it oIth - il c vtt rlil - *sii -' li .ll a I 1. " t. , ita to Ilat( \ '-I h..! lh..: ?.-t .ini htt llt I * l ii- ili-i,.r it wo¶t. i have :t. - rul... on I . .uIi rei i of li ,11..1 r. 11. r, r.ll ..hall the.r l i "r ' arl Sr'lat ler .111,..,11,' t1 .LI.. , w ill itU.rrat eT 1. toi t 1. . I .t ,a t r , eq , ll t+* I ," II; . l I 'i ta' 1 . . o 'rn li --I - tl t tof It " 1r ,dtitl,-r for tt i - i ti l , I. , ,, i '0d . h lit, .I+I li t 11h" ,:.r,. al -. n'l, hl . ,,, l at it- ,.'v l - JJi f, I, -I- t"l tat* ii Ill '*, tu t, ot f ltl -fr ( at,. ll " it,;.j nt nii ed- - :.ed for "uit, i I, -" I i ,l t hlt tkt " at ,pl", IlI:11t ,+r tI , ", L. r it,- * !* l r , ain i a t Ith |);""r~h ,ai " + ' -Iu,h.-. of .:111. anarll 1':-:8 1 -t ,,,l rl ~ f i i ' :"t + r .1 +I' 'llPri'+I~ Ti,+ +  . ,r ,Il ' ,|1."' 1 i""i,1 L' "I i,." . :- ,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

St The Play Houses. . ** - L IRENWALL THEATRE. T Two =, ors." "A Trip to ' and four h,,h- class vaudeville W7- be the W' -, i g at the Green Syestre for t: - coming week, the Dinkin : .nd Satir Barlis who scored stuch a success with epsning performances, will en their bill %;t1, a dumber of new --r- to the female cast and sev "- eed attractions. "A Trip to - the openil. musical play, is a 4.i BUTTON AND CAPRICE-,REENWALL THEATRE. which pictures a visit to hree" by three comic charac iho get into a maze of funny la the midst of scenes of song ity. The costuming in this iWults a number of pretty show awned in the latest Parisienne and the spectacular staging fusy interpretations by Ed -ielvle and Ted Evansas of a Spanhandling characters, last eone of the features, but the LYRIC THEATRL to a large .number of re patrons the management tuchi-Oypsene Stock Com Lyric Theatre has decided next week, commencing Al es, an elaborate produe " one of the strongest dramas ever written. It ha U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

SOCIETIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad dresses of Their Officers. Masonic. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 St. John Lodge, No. 153, F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening In .iasonic Illl, corner Olivier street and Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosialer, J. W.; George Hlebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Senat. tyler; H. S. Manson, S. D.; Thomas II. Regan, J. D.; W. H. La busen, M. of C.; C. A. Sutherland, chaplain; J. M. Couget and B. H. Horne, stewards; George Herbert, Jr., organist. Pythian. Crescent Lodge No. 3. Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., meets every Friday night in Pythian Hall at 7:30 o'clock. R. Chestnut, chancellor commander; L. J. Burton, vice chancellor; A. S. Coveli, prelate; J. B Babin, master of work; C. Berthaut, master-at-arms; E. E. Babin, keeper of records and seal; George Lecourt, master of finance; L. J. Peterson, master of exchequer; C. Miller, !nner guard; Lo...

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