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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

mer and vention Rates -' :" -VT.- SUNSFT ROUTE TO RESOPTS IN LIFORNIA ,AND ALL THE WEST " Rates are in effect pe y throughout the Sum Rates are in effect June lSeptember 30th, 1912. MOTITO: "Safety and Com fort." Locomotives, Electric 4l.k Signals, Standard and %Irt Sleepers, Observation ay-Burffet ('ars. ar service best in the lparticulars apply at OFFICE. 227 St. St. Phone, Main 4027. n, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnished on request. E. Bays, Jr. Newspapeurs School Book Goode, Tobacco, and Cigarettes am at mau..s m. SPrespt AttestisL 1 Slidell Avmue ram Magazine Fact Fiction .' msml rBll .Mechanics azine Two mlu dta - Am eamsee sa.. cae t e Into a Wired House for a house with all modern impro eats, Osee Sfor electric t is as esseatial as the plumb A House Wired'for Electric Service . asd comforts t obthlablb otherwise- electric tasting coo h e, s use of electric -har t ds..ri d. An PUsrsl, eabr UsevI* d lsme you lhe Ia sot whdsak e 1sads to bae Swill do it wlh...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 September 1912

Algerines at Law. L. S. DI1[TViýT Z;LRT. Es-S. F FAre-.a- S:,em For S60C.O- i1hkinc: L -<. -:r: _ - ;,'-,ti". L "I -L ilk hLL "'. :wjI: JC:P-fd :LE:~ i~~ r 'Lu~'t.- VL- c;it-zl.T c- ·rr U1S.Lr i·.k & · ~·- 1-k;iDt tO1& & iTlft t :..U: :-C-r.- LLr3 Z1; Z a1Lt.;:. a~ . r ..F i- o t .en BL L -. L :.E ~:T jIC( £ i..:- a.T i~:Cfi - tri'- Lk~ -; * r.- .-o.Ia :.4:l.i~4- Y~ pn k. -i a -.. l'. " . . i: '2 ...: of ikie falil CIVIL DISTRIfT COL~RT. ?reiercN ( >rF :_-tUrL: t h:: in the <7A-l. D~irLTr- *T·0ow-z k~aL~alZi: Cuioea.b Fiiftr&L.7a: Cpoi-a ' or _1-.zona L. :.h: V. ZrD a;&i~t.i£E hV4!$ "r ix - c.k :C)Lt : '- wflL Jjo]uhi: & Wlaaai~~ 'or ~L nr*ti of ter&Ls ;dinm :t: bf an. e-c. in ChI sIwmiS TRIaTGE OT FWieh c be k (ariea :.-.F ti-ovFe saw mill and uimaer inacsi f-am! . H ?ui las and G. .1 ~Ie'eni~. tb-c hlqukdawre oi the Crazor LY'.um- Compazav. for S1~SS. of s-let e paid eas S~fM'(-c( mpa for the baoar of $-f: purchase priac he gers txir notes it "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

WTFlI¶ERALD. OeM to the Upbulmdg of the West e of the Rir. "A very live and creditable weekly ewspaper.-MANUFACTURER' RECORD. XX NEW ORLDANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1912. o. . the ONALS u D OTHERWISE da tra rs. L C. Eddy left Friday ter SDrown's Wells, Hazlehurst. tea te benefit of Mrs. Eddy's Ch th4 dItte Goebel and Ruth and Oh left Sunday for Ocean me ' spend a few weeks. m lag in front of a fruit r pettrson and Webster streets imeeon, six-year-old Raymond  ving on Patterson street, was attacked and bitten cheek by a dog belonging to of 1433 Fatterson street.th Gallinghouse is spending c with her aunt, Mrs, E. in Donaldsonville. I. James has gone to Co- of (,, where she will make her 4 &ae. Mr. James left Al-. ar the commencement of the Ct mge strike, and obtained a position in Columbus. to aierhorst and daughter, hi , of Mandeville, spent a  th relatives here. a Jaelson Stearnes of 8a- di w0I come to New Orleans d September on a visit to A cad sister-in-law, Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

STORYE IEUPE AUTHOR ACCEPTED Editor Proves to Be a Woman and Cupid Does the Rest. By CLYDE JOHNSON. Copyrrttt 35t 1 Associated Literar7 Pre i Charles Worthington Rankin had ar. ived at years of discretion without barlg selected any particular avoca tion. He was fairly well off, and there was no need to h .rry. Mr. Ranki: bad some:!mes thought af becoming a doctor, but was dis couraged \ten be rea'.!zed hat be might be ca:led out of bed at I o'clock In the morning to saw cff some mans' leg. The legal profes!on, mingled more er less wrrh real estate, insurance. politics, prcmotion tr~'tteesip, rece'v ership and advis'ng corp-rators how to break tie law, offered certain at tractions, but Mr. Rank'.n had seen lawyers perspre when afdre :gg a jury, and he did hate to perspire. There was psai:t::ig. but Ladscape artists, as he had been re:iably in formed, had to keep the books for some grocery a: night to eke c.t an ex Istence If Mr. Rankin should turn to sculp ture there were the clay a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

JOHN P. VIIT, p " lens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers atas t, Rallr5 Odi P Owgg , g41w MORGAN STREET. PiONW, ALaSIERS gl ohn Kleinkemper,1 o Wines and Liquqrs, Wood. Coal. ay, Corn. oats, Bra,. Etc. *.s ud l,,s o, cawr Ga.r wA6 i Vws ft. , - - - - - - - T`HE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE 0r0y Improveuw st Now Aim-ein Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths SO Cents PLAIN BATrS R ,a"ts -/ CIksrp.dlet 1. Anead..e L.a..' Day Ervry Day IDR.J. I. CASAUBIBILH, CaIaorooDrs CHAS. HANTEL, Prprsrter treet - - - . New Orleans r.el ilad Pr m C Pb Mami 2832 ,L (uality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET EF RFoto Market __ F OROUND BONES FOR CHICKENLI prada's Cafe -LIUORS.T . Just at Ferry Ldin g _ ', _. , tomera 4u~Oa deem et low eve attat ~we err~ mad shI* t a R - (a OF OA LUAM~ o thi trnthth am 15 te 7W . and t betIe b of ILeubama, a r* med ml - ,Ie emin or t.:hi of s .see "t me ' wHr a VOrL "% 1in mae sle a 4h e to break it S 'etoav - 4i m to We or e *mixed-, t of the ft IT. hrl cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

THE HERALD PUBIAB1D DVNRY TBUIRSDAI. atered at the Poetoea at New Orlean an Second4.Cla Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSClPTION. One Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy. One Tear, In advance...... 00 DR. C. V. KRAf...Edltor sand Prpriseor Address all comamulcatlio to Dr. C. V. Kraft, NO 500 Verret ,tret, New Orlem, la. Phoa Alglmsn J03. NEW ORLEANS, LA., SEPT. 12, 1912. TMS HERALD may be found at the fl S A H ALD (Algiere Ole), 500 VOT T® UM .AUU (ity ona), Sag PFreld SCHURONDBa BoOR groa, Opelome Ao venue. a vene. AUG. 3. SBAYNS. 3116dl AgTnue. becrlbe" fallin to~ get TH ALD rOularly, wll pleanse notify the buý SManager, Na 00 Verret Street Pleae end commnunlatlobn for publc.i uas as early as possible, a nt later than Tuesday nighlbt. All esnmuimcation. much a letter from the pp and noa notes. of ball lawn arties, dsce and porsonal mentions will  lanserted in THIB HLDRALD ree oC ubarge. No communlcatoa will be re Wlved unles signed by the sender. We * not publlah yeor name I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

IENDEMENTS SSION 1912. `.. NO. 4 yL B :. Voeatle. submitt -1 to the to of LioJsana an Constitution author self-taxing municl ew industral en p improved value, in ures added to unim ,sid tands as home Staxation fur a period (10) yerr. it resolved by the Sthe State of Lou of all the members tsme concurring. That madment to the Con Iate of Louisiana be hereby submitted to here of the State at election to be held y after thle first Wrath of November of M-wit: sad 5elf-taxing mu ve the right to ex enterpris5's and value added to un uudiurng all structures it into the State - as homesteads. tor a period not to ex by the vote of two of all its taxpayers, electors. including txpayers. holding at Sthe property subject within the taxing lo ielection called for which special election -daersehips, associations otherwise qualified, t vote their respect Sthe assessed valuation p, associations or aterpi5 so exempted within the limits of athorlity and be estab exempntion is granted. _ e it furth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

and assessors of the several parishes for the sums they may lose after Jan uary first, 1914,. to the date of the extpiration of their terms of office in commllissions on the State taxes that would have ac.rued on the sources ofl rev.inte segregated to the State, pro v1.h1i that the State ishall be under no tihliaat lin to reimburse them in any cr.a.ter aitmliunt thant will guarantee to tih-n ll su r eilual to the total of the Solnu lll i-tll o of their ofitce for the Vt*.Lt- l:il or li)t, ta;king the year obittl .lt.uas the highest amount, arnd 11i i GtIeral .-sseinbly shall at its regu lar -."-sol in 1914 andi 1916 take an ti.te o1f the proltbable amotlunt need ied fur such Iipurplose. anl make appiro l it tollul to tiover the Matle: and at tihe tiiriiital -essions of 141st and 1918 it -nall rlta ke a furtlher aippropriation to ovr tany detlficiency. e1 The amllendmlllents to the ('onstitu tilu+ s.bmitted to the people at the s.Lilne t!llle that tils anliendlment is slll nllitte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

-- - - - - -•-- . . ---=-- *---+C+:**C+ +:+!+:+:+:* -nc~-ccL.z~c~c~,cW, S REENWALL THEATRE. g to the Greenwall theatre for rtas engagement, Sunday after sept 15, Joe Mandot, idol of the Market, and local aspirant to t championship honors, af pompous arrival in this city in 'naIng, will make his first public ce at the popular burlesque as sparring exhibitions, boxing rounds after each performance. poungster is the cynosure of the at the fight fans of the world dince his great victory over Joe sad the championship material be packs in his make-up is boost "a highly for Ad Wolgast's title. his victory, the clever boxer oewered with offers from promi v-sdeville houses in the North iSt, and it was only a prompt S atiful offer that secured his at this theatre, where his may have the Birat view of favrite son. Dinkins and Stair Extravaganza Irb are making a strong bid for endorsement at the home of are reaping new rewards performance, and promise to favorites 'ere the season wax -t. For th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

SOCIETIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad dresses of Their Officers. Masonic. 8ts. John Lodge No. 153 St. John Lodge, No. 153, F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Doseer, J. W.; George Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Senat, tyler; H. S. Manson, S. D.; Thomas H. 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. Covell, 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, fnner guard; Louis Ma...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

mer and !Convention Rates -VIA N SUNSET ROUTE 4 TO RESORTS IN IFORNIA AND ALL THE WEST Rates are in effect pe ly throughout the Sun Pr. Rates are in effect June ' to September 30th, 1912. MOTTO: "Safety and Com fort." gl.ing Locomotives, Electric Signals, Standard and tgiist Sleepers, Observation b .ry.Buffet Cars. Car service best in the particulars apply at TICKET OFFICE, 227 St. St Phone, Main 4027. Basign, City Passenger and Ticket Agent. literature furnlshed on request. E. Bays, Jr. sold sek Goods. Teiao and Cigarttus. 3m ad h hs m Mum. Peapt Attesties. 41 Slidell Avenue Magasire Fact FCltioh Wme Mechalnics MRMW . 0 mum m warn irs ýaIriwl e IntoaWired House for a boo. sih aU aill bopiO'tS. 3e wi red fa for ct u k li g h t- & la i a s ma t ial a t h p lu m b - A House Wired for Electric Servlce ekyonhenc amd m " is Utt .obtala @d thfwhs tight, elecerip bsg ~(id ooahhd. th se a ihrc'd ether tiqs d iL_- AR uufu l, labr iay and boar you Uhe Lset riwee. .,h lan lord to eag wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 September 1912

Algerines at Law. CIVIl, DISTRICT COURT. Succession of Fred C. Webert. mo tion for authorization to transfer stock. Succession of P. M1eid and wife, judg ment homologating account. CASE OF SI'SSIIN CONTINUED The case of the State Board of t Health against Adolph Susslin. a bak er, of Vallette and Alix streets, which has been pending in the courts for two months, and which recently resulted in Judge Skinner of the Civil District Court, handing down the decision that the State Board of Health has no juris diction here. ,was indefinitely contin ued by Judge Aucoin Thursday. A similar hill, it is said. is recorded against other alleged violators of the health and sanitary code, in the courts of Judges Fisher and Chretien, and these cases, it was brought out Thurs day, have been laid over until next January. In giving his opinion to At torney Waldo of the State Board of Health Thursday, Judge Aucoin stated that he did not want to interfere in CHARTER. OF BROWII)ER BIttoS.. INt'(tRI'oltA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

TfE HERALD. oi U lng of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. :XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. No. 19. ... ... " . . . . . . . • . .. I l i SONALS D OTHERWISE Heap has been sppoint r in McDonogh No. 5 of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dil rlghtened iby the arrival of boy last week. naox was a week-end vis La. a Reynolds. who has in Houma, La., has re is the guest of his son, night schools will open ith. The grammar schools 'Monday, the 23rd inst. A la and Sadie Catchot of Miss., were visitors week to attend the Moseley -eil5'. iLdt, aged 15, employed as for the Southern Pacific whdle walking on top of a the two-mile point Thurs fell to the ground and I piaal but not serious in the arm. Capt. H. Manson, Jno. $. 8. Stearnes and George been appointed delegates e-Gult Deep Water to be held in Little Sept. 24-26. = Jwol and daughter Alma left Tuesday for Shreve they will reside. . Nelson, who was oper week at the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

:ONjrno w WIj BVR D.7NESBIT e Rooter s leach r When the pad is on the catcher and the pitcher's in his plaoe. And the batter keeps his optics on the distance to first base, Then the tension is tremendous for the truly loyal fan Who Is handing out Instructions just as swiftly as he can 'And a thrill of apprehension hits the um pire in the spine When the rooter's on the bleacher and the coacher's on the line. When the rooter's on the bleacher aad the sun is blazing down Then we lose all thought of labor and the other eares of town. And we elamber on the trolley, where the pasengers are thick And a fhilow has to hang on with his eyebrows, if he'd stiok, Te they dump us at the ball park, where the fence Is mostly sign When the rooter's on the bleacher and th eseaher's on the line. When the rooters on the bleacher-then the gatlo damsels go - th aidddle of the grandstasn, and they mormer soft sad low That the game is "Just too lovely," and Is "ehrmtng, dear and eute," A irheekyeok every p...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

JOHN P. vE, P -- tens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Attentlon to Rallroad Orders. P s.1 b p.  8164 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALIERS 11. _ Cu.. mt, atrm. mrr Sdrwmu~ Utk. WHai, Upjm John Klemkemper, Wines and Liquor, Weod, Coal Hay, Corn, Oata, Braa, Etc. S..r....r" w d C& 1 Cu.., Aft md VTr SbaI - ---- ---- -- ---- - THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Iareuary !mprovnawote New mamrearmnt Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Biaths 6 Cents PLAIN BATNHS Segate sod Chiropodist in Att.endnce Ldeae' Day Every Dy DR.J. L CASAUBIEILH DmoPODlrT CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor Osetl Street - - - - - - New Orleans ,e s al PrCmingl l Pano Mlm e Ala2 AL Quality and Honest Weight RK Theodore DUBRET IKEF Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. Sprada's Cafe , LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing art FFA TRAeCiRA ;Customer: that ur ramlry vech a qr, at that few evr matta.. twe nder 1gw-I aM Meta In *I CHARTER TOUro " CO s. l tlD· = '_q~ A2133a o oft"a so to this tweatleth of 1&, 09 low nis ow Iwelv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

THE HERALD rUulsl1D DIar THUBSDAT. Itered at the PwstesM at New OrlM e a eituCi.M M!ail Matter. TERMS 01 IIUBSCR1vO10. Oue Copy, O. Meath.%' Advaee .. 10 One Cpy, Oe Tear, advance ......L . C. . KIERL....Ldter and Prepriset Addrem all commmeatetios to Dr. C o.raft N. 50 Verret dtreet New Orieas, La. Phbone Alsier 03. NEW ORLEANS, LA., SEPT. , 11. m =HBRALD may be tound at the tel UA W (6Alsgese Olee), 6M Vr HT r LD (City 0m), 5s Perade actOl DlWlS BOo Om, Opeloumas al0. I. BAYS, sui.. Arest. oft Frlbere flilling to get THu B= SAIo eemplm tlloa, ach ae la teems ern e-rge. No cemmurn loadO will e we-. -ived Unless eigned by the msnr. We ae not publish yur name i emnetion with the eemmunanttio alens you so state, bUt we mut lnent upo haig yeaour name -as a guarantee f uoed athot. HYMENEAL. MOSELEY-BARRETT. One of the prettiest of the early fall weddings was the marriage Wednes day evening at 7 o'clock of Miss Juan ita Barrett and Mr. Charles Germany Moseley, which was celebrated at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

TITUTIONAL A AMENDEMENTS TRA SESSION 1912. s m, At ,c T . - , ' a. ls. Bill No. . .. .:'. Voegtle. resolution s ',! :tang to the at the tt .. uif u na an I, to ti ' :'.'o un author- su =-ses iand :,l -It , i1sb munlcl- d oex L Adu trial enr nd alo ,r'.l d 6alue, in- (1 of structurt .' d. to unim- isl lads b) tl .: rs:lt.s into the ed who occupy. 4 .ua, I.Ids as home- to fro.m local taxat i, for a period tii c .nd ten l.,' ";,,.,rs.ti - . Be .d r.,. Ived by the at Assembly of II. ,-ate of Lou two-thirds of :,ll the members TI Seach hou .,. .-. iirring, That m cwing amerinu. i to the Con of the statd. ,, Louisiana be th i same is I ..r. '. -ubnlitted to ..ied lectCor. ,f the State at u .. sional electutl to be held( st TUt.~.~il after the first in the mtont!. of November of it $ parish and Islf-taxing mu- i hall hae t 'h.' right to ex- pi ew industri!l , iterprises and w 0 Improved v.l'' .added to un- ec lands, inclc!,:tra all structures e, by imnmlar. "t into the State th spy said...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

and assessors of the several parishes for the sums they may lose after Jan uary first. 1914. to the date of the expiration of their terms of office in comnmissions on the State taxes that would have accrued on the sources of revenue segregated to the State, pro viled that the State shall be under no obligation to reinmburse them in any greater amount titan will guarantee to theli a suti etlqual to the total of the conimissions of their oflfce for the years Itll or 1912. taking the year N hich slhows the highest amount, and the General Assembli shall at its regu lar session In 1914 and 1916 make an estimate of the probable amount need ed for such purpose and make appro priatlon to c.over the same: and at the blenn;al sessions of 1916 and 1918 it shill make a further appropriation to cover any detfiiency. 6. The amendmennts to the (onstitu lion submitted to the people at the s:,lme tiettl that this amendment is sutb tIiitted. proposing to exempt from tax atllon the objects therein spe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

~-o.- UP SOO,,,.O*** _ _ ~ _ _ ,------------------ 44C4~ es:,..:,po:, 444.:-: s~9999~9 SSSSORS,, .~........t The Play=Houses. 'T~ CRrESCENT THEATRE. night, September 22nd, the Vlll offer its patrons the frst drama of the season. It title of "Oklahoma," a start -al, living story that carries its with it from the rise of the S.fle to the fall of the last. yr deals with a young ranch who has fa!lcn in love with a msetern girl who has come out M the guest of his ulater. Their t is to be announced the the story opens. Near the I" an old Indian chief, the last tribe, who has an only daunghter whom he has sent to the He has not heard from her the road every day for One day she come, bring gr little son of five years. She hoe story-a cowboy, Paul Da. .at fallen in love with her and her to fly with him. She her school and they ride out to "back he has built on the pral aying notified a minister to them there that day. The mln is thrown from his horse and let get there. They wait three -ar hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 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 Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosler, J. W.; Gaorge Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Senat, tyler; H. S. Manson, S. D.; Thomas H. 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. Covell, 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, inner guard; Louis M...

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