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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

Way Colonist Fares TO lifornia l and the WEST VIA outhern Pacific r 25 to October 10, 1912 $37.00 from New Orleans 'gbsugh Trains, No Change ..O Burning Locomotives Electric Block Signals Sleepers, Chair Cars and Coaches ilag Car Service Best in the World " full particulars, ask any S Agent of the uthern Pacific. SH GOODS -m desire fresh vegetables of the varieties the se* we can supply you. Special., POULTRY "AMB. Wednesday and FI, I SH, BRIMP, ORAB 333NARD VABAR s, 8s. Johm's Masetst. ove Into a Wired House looking for a house with all modern improvements, see  wired for electric light-it is s essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service conveniaenes and comforts not obtainable otherwise- Ught, electric hesting and cooking, the use of electric other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at cot to him. Railway & Lighting Co. S g A. CARRGeneal Man r. R. S. ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 19 September 1912

I Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. s Succession of Edward Stanley Whit aker; possession.--W. W. Wall, attor ney. Daughter Asks For Possession of Es tate in Petition. An echo of the Whitaker case was heard in the Civil District Court Wed nesday morning, when Ethel Candida 4 Whitaker, daughter of the late Edward f Stanley Whitaker, filed a petition for possession of his estate. Whitaker was chief of police. The petition sets forth that Whita ker died intestate, leaving no property, "except a contract with the Westmin ster Heights Company, of New York city, for the purchase of two lots or parcels of land, lying and being in the !lorough of Brooklyn, city of New York, known as and by the lots Nos. 67 and 6. in block 46, on a map of the property of said company, with Wil liam R. Taylor, duly assigned by said William R. Taylor on October 2, 1906, to said Edward Stanley Whitaker, de ceased." The petitioner further avers that "Mrs. Frances Alexander, widow of said Edward Stanley Whit...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

STHEE HERALD. .veMd l -thte UpblIdldg ofd the W t Side of the River. "A very live and creditabl weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XX. NEW ORLI ANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,.1912. No. 20. ERSONALS ND OTHERWISE W. H. Semnour of Vaflette as returned after apending her country home at Lew . TammarY parish. ialloy, b~sipless agent for Dis , Illinois Central and Harriman addressed a well-attended of the Southern Pacific strik Aislirs Sundlay morn'ng at Ren all. Mr. Malloy spoke about in general in the strike urged the men to continue in  against the unjust treat the railroads. Guan of Natchez, Miss., is ot Rev. Father Larkin for a " isy Daniels returned last Pri Chicago, where she has been adt month as the guest of her s. W. L. Barbour. Sherine Rousseau returned Lake Charles, La. Jafkesbring and family are Bay St. Louis, where they summer months. *. Nelson and son Louis ar from Morgan City. left last week for St. Louis . trip. . . Black and children re week from Biloxi....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

Jim Bushwick's Widow &p Lawrece A(fred Clap lCopyright. 1912, by AssolIated Literary Press.) Jim lushwick of the village of Rawlins, was a ne'er-do-well. He was born lazy and without business I acumen suficient to sell or buy a peck of potatoes. He didn't drink, smoke or chew, and when he married I It was to have a wife to take care of him. She was a hustling, ambitious woman, and if she could have had his help they could have been well off after five years. She didn't have it, however. Jim was always going to do this and do I that, and he never even got up energy I enough to set out a bed of onions. The wife seldom scolded or com plained. She was the village seam stress, and by steady work she man aged to keep a roof over their heads. Now and then there was talk of do ing something to Jim-tar and feath ers-a whipping-the law or some thing else, but it never went beyond talk. As for tar and feathers, there was no tar in the town, and no citi sen would have been willing to con tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

JOON.P. V333q1i º A tens & V zle n c. -t-lI Shi. Ch.andl a Attention to Rahead OIdetal 1r4411 MORGAN STRElT. PHO ALIE, 8.L - , O.Carets, r.. . .. . . . o. . . . .. . S .s . LI. . . John Kleinkemper, Wines and Liquers, Wood, Cor, Bay, Cur., Oats, ra, Etc. Dulivd i"S Rdh CrAft r ami ,us U. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE .--etary Imprwmssa Nwew Matemwmw Turkish, Russia.lh *N Sulpher Bathe sO Costs PLAIN ATIS as. .ots end Chirepedfe ia Asadseu Lams.' Da Every pay DR I. L C5AUBI!LHB, Carmoogioos CHAS. MANTEL, Prepriter Street - - - - - - New Orlan cir annsg .n Prismi C0m P... P as ai e2 AL Quality and Honest Weight Theodore DUBRET EF ,Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. Sprada's Cafe , LIQUORS and dust at Fifry Inlldig DELICATESSEN stomers that our L s that few ewe a tafl We nder U,,U Or TM% Lua that JI -53 oaie - I )t we M IkI In. t"s -e ' r .. T. ' I atoer nI we~1~C - I IUI ~H~ dI * I~rj tuall p: rchasd by this corporartion. All hr stock spall he tall paeld and I nousesesslble. No tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

THE HERALD PUBIJ8H)D BVERY THURSDAY. ntered at the Postomlce at New Orleans as SecoudClass Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCWIPTION. OC Copy, One Month. in Advan .. 10 One Copy, One Year, Ia advance......$1.0 D. C. V. KRAI+...Bdltor and Proprieeor Address all commulcatloa to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Idtret. New Orlesas, La. Phone Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., SEPT. 26, 1912. TMI HERALD may be found at the tolf T'H HERALD (Aiglee OSce). 500 Vt TEA~'D RAID (City Oace), ass P -di aCHRnoDnr BO3K WWOW Opelena Avenue. 0O 3. BAYM, 814amU Aven. Subcribes failing to get TUN DB mm 1 t tm. v s eh e t..... Pluse send colmunlcation for pUi-. eloe as early an potihble, ad net later toa Tuldy nILg.t. An eommnulcatlone, such as leseen og the people and news notes of ball., lawn mwet, dap. and personal mntiunwull be tnsrted I. TUoB BIR" treo - shurge. No communkataon will tobe re wived unless signed by the .oder. We de not publish Fe name In cenneetloa with the commaunlation sanle yeou state,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

IONAL *: MENDEMENTS SESSION 1912. ACT. N. 4 Jo. 2 . B1 Mr. Voegtle. tion subnittin,, to the M State of Louisiana an ti the Constitution author and self-:ax.mg municl Ooempt new ndlustrial en blso Lmprovt dt value, In gIr-ctures atdd-d t, unlm by immigrants into the py said in as home taxation tfr a period to (10) ye.ar. 13 eit resolved by the bly of the State of Lou of all the members house concJrrintg, That amendmen:t to the Con State of Louisiana be i hereby 'mi'nutted to electors of tl State at election to be held Tuesday after the first Smonth of ouvember of to.wit: and self-taxing mu have the right to ex ustrial enterprises and wed value a"ld.'d to un including ll structures jmigrants into the State aid lands as hiomesteads, gs for a period not to ex years by the vote of two her of all its taxpayers, ed electors, Including taxpayers. holding at of the property subject within the taxing lo s eal election called for at which special election partnershlps, associations estates o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 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 commissions on the State taxes that would have accrued on the sources of revenue segregated to the State. pro vided that the State shall be under no obligation to reimburse them in any greater amount than will guarantee to them a sum equal to the total of the commissions of their office for the years 1911 or 1912. taking the year which shows the highest amount, and the General Assembly 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 priation to cover the same; and at the blenr.ial sessions of 1916 and 1918 it shall make a further appropriation to cover any deficiency. 6. The amendments to the Constitu tion submitted to the people at the same time that this amendment is sub mitted. proposing to exempt from tax ation the objects therein specially set forth, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

- -I E -. -~ - - - - - -- - - -- .o.. P I.siiZOS@esss ý` - - -- --- ---- NG ThE QUESTION 'habo--See here, Mr. Joha. L I make so free u to a you wsh about when I saw 1Juonao-Why-o-Uh, I wae leady ter feed some or Pahs-a chickens. amboo-Dat reply is good for But would it strike you graleskeness on my part of I 4r as you who you wah eoatia' 'em to? 'IANING THE TABLES are smaller than they were father pulled the fue with ear statements don't con ar smaller, stories blnw NOT BRAINY feat Semlt. a aa - i endt " -assume e 0s. La y r'nTw ~~11.4. s~zA TULANL. {1 "Nmughty Marietta," a comic opera ia two acts by Victor Herbert and Rida Johason Young, is announced as the second attraction of the season at the fashionIble Tulane theatre, commenc ing Sunday night, Septemrber 29th. It 1 will be produced by Oscar Hammer- I steia, whose newest star, Florence I Webber, heads a company of sixty. A - special orchestra and a splegdid pro PORENCE WBEDBS, FAMOUS PRI MA DONNA, WITH "NAUGHTY 1 MARIETTA," A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

SOCIETIES. WVhere 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, corber Olivier street and Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; F. W. Sadier, S. W.; Edward Dosier, J. W.; George Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Senat. tyler; II. S. Manson, S. D.; Thomas H. Rtegan, 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. Cresen't 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. .T. Peterson, master of exchequer; C. Miller, !aner guard; Lou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

Way Colonist Fares lifornia Id the WEST uthern raclfic 25 to October 10, 1,12 7.00 from Orleans Trains, No Change ing Locomotives Block Signa.e Sleepers, Chair Cars and _., Coaches Car Service Best In the World ll particulars, ask any SAgent of the thern Pacific. H GOODS desire fresh vegetables et the varieties the sea we can supply you. Special, POUL'TAY 5. Wednesday and 1PB1, SHRIMP, ORABS BERNARD PAFARS, st. JeL's Maket. ve Into a Wired House S~oking for a house with all modern improvements, see wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service wnveniences sad comforts not obtainable otherwise electr hatinag mad cooking, the use of electric other things etrical All useful, labor saving and bomse yce lth is aot wrd,e ask the landlord to have will du without fuss or bother to you, and at cost to him. Railway & Lighting Co. C. s. A. C~En, Osasrnl M"ager. R. & ST3 ss. Suporimeae.snt. ea tn d en e, Ja yaw -aw. ende ae the I be m r-·u...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 26 September 1912

Algerines at Law. U. S. DISTRICT COURT. United States : s. Elmira Parker and Henry Iih!,nma Same vs Armstrong Donaldson and John Evere:t. petition for condemna tion and expropriation of certain lands for extension of site of Immigration Station, filed -Louis H. Burns. Asst U. S. Attorney. for petitioner. More Appropriation lf Land for Imm: gration Station. Acting by authority and direction of the attorney general. upon application of the secretary of the Depsrtment of Commerce and Labor. Assistant Dis trict Attorney Louis H. Burns filed ex propriation proceedings yesterday in the United States District Court against Elmira Parker. Henry Dihl man, Armstrong Donaldson and John Everett. owners of five lots of ground situated in Tunisburg. which are said to be needed by the government for the completion of the boundaries of the Immigration Station. Some time ago the government entered suit against property owners in the v:cin Ity of the station for the possession of land which was requi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

_ THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbulding of the West Side of the River. UA very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURER8' RECORD. VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912. No. 21. ... THE.. EcONOMY COMPANY Makers of Women's, Misses' and Children's Outer ments i,1 and 1G20 DRYADES ST. SLadies' rady-to-War -OR 30 DAYS ONLY We will give away with every $1.00 purchase one lot of ground 30 by 100 feet in Pinehurst, La. There is no trick or scheme in this offer. You purchase from us $1.00 worth of goods and we give you the LOT. ETER RUPP, hDrggist COR. BERMUDA AND ELIZA STS. II " JUST RECEIVED 100 Dozen Assorted hildren's Hats In Velvets, Plush, Bearskin, Cor duroy and Felts, In all oolors, and over 50 dlferent styles to seleot Iar $1.50 and $2 Values Will Be on Sale day and Saturday, 98c ossman -Weinfeld i ery Comny, PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Miss Eugenia Herbert returned last Sunday from Biloxi, Miss. Jos. Lennox, Jr., of Lake Charles, La., spent a few days wit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

The Invincible God By GRACE DE PINA (Vopyr4ght.4. :.1, by Asuctited L:emry Pr ss) The success of Mrs. Tindall's gar den parties lay in everyone's privi lege tc do just as he pleased. There by, Mr. Cramer was able to review. unmolested, all the guests, from the vantage of a secluded arbor. His hands rested on his cane. his chin upon his hands Restlessly his keen brown eyes searched face after face: but presently h:s quest seemed to end, and rising abruptly, he sought his hostess. "' itll you introduce me to that girl, over there"' he requested Mrs. Tindall strolled with him to where Miss Currin was serving lem onade. "Isabel, Mr. Cramer is thirsty -please be kind to him," she said. Isabel stretched out her hand. The old gentleman held it lorg enough to call a question to her eyes. "I asked to meet you." he explained frankly. "You are the only one here who might succeed. I have beet watching them all. Will you help me?" "Details, please," murmured Isabel. smiling. She liked this abrup...

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

JOHN P. VEZEN, Pms. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers  clal Attention to Railroad Orders. Pro pt Dselivry. $14.316 MORGAN STREET. PHONE ALGIERS 811. a. Cera,. OStrs. 3 Wadw Sarm resri, Be.. as... UtLus. John Kleinkemper, Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood. Coal. Hay. Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. e ..de. D*wd s..mr Cr.. cs.. Aa s .sd Uisnt rrl sb. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Isee Sanitary Improvemsnte New Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths SO Cents PLAIN SAYNS a5 Cents Aueeear and Chiropodlet in Attendance Ladles' Day Every Day IR.J. L. CASAUBIEILH, CHIlOPODIST CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor -$s Conti Street - - - - - - New Orleans neme Cleaning and Pressing Club Plone Main 2812 VEAL Quality and Honest Weight -PORK Theodore DUBRET BEEBooto Market BEEF GROUND BONEFOR CHICKEN J. Sprada's Cafe EER, LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landin DELICATESSEN I UU 3 -t * 3 ar I -.-( 1 Our Customers I aoo find that our Landry work has reache a degree et a Sperfectlon that few ev...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

THE IHERALD PUBIJBHWD BEVRY THURSDAY. ntored at the Postolee st New Orlea as SecondaClas Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Month in Advance .. 10 One Copy. One Year, in advance......$1.00 DR. C. V. ERAP....Editor sad Proprietor Address all communicatlos to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret treet., New Orleans, IA. Phone, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., OCT. 3, 1912. TrEB HERALD may be touad at the fol low!ng places : Ts HERALD (Algiers Oaes). 500 Ver THE re ALD (City OSce), 823 Perdido SCHRO3DERn BOOK rTOW Opelossas AGuO. BAYNS. SUlidell Avenue. ubserlbers failing to get THE H= AlD regularly, will please notify the bust ae- Manager No. 500 Verret Street. Please send communication for publlea eoos as early as possible, and not later than Tuesday night. All commuications, such es letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn tie, dances and personal mentloo will e Ie isd i THE HERALD free at obarge. No communication will be re elved unless signed by the sender. W...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

TITUTIONAL AMENDEMENTS 'RA SESSION 1912. ACT. NO. 4. Bill No. 2. By Mr. Voegtle. Srsolution submitting to the ot the State of Louisiana an at to the Constitution author parishes and self-taxing munici to exempt new industrial en and also improved value, in of structures added to unim ands by immigrants into the who occupy se id lands uas home -om local taxation for a period Msn ed ten ti(M years. .L Be it resolved by the Assembly of the State of Lou two-third" of all the members to each house concurring, That wlng amendment to the Con of the State of Louisiana be tLeiname 1- hereby submitted to jjfed electors of the State at sgressilonal election to be held rst Tuesday after the first in the month of November of pr 1912. to-wit: parish and self-taxing mu y shall have the right to ex aew industrial enterprises and it improved value added to un lands, including all structures by immigrant' into the State eeUpy said lands as homesteads, -al taxes for a period not to ex a (1e) years b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

and assessors of the several parishes for the sunms they may lose after Jan uary first. 1914, to the date of the expiration of their terms of office in corntltissio(ts on the State taxes that would have accrued on the sources of rev.lnue- segregated to the State. pro vi.d iia th tte ST ate shall he under no obligCatioln to reirnburse them in any grea..ter imlountt t.an will guarantee to tlheml a -Int eqiu.al to the total of the c('l10.lll: so,ts of tlheir office for the .7art 1.411 or 191 . taking the year inch shubs the. highest amount, and t! .r General a..\ :etIbly shall at its regu lar : sslon in ,'!4 and 1916 make an estirrlea', of ti., probable amount need el for s' I pur'pos. and make appro p;tl on to cl\."r the same; and at the h,.riniial ses. ions of 1916 and 1918 it '-,all inlak. a fur!,t.er appropriation to cover anv dilfi.e ency. I. The arienridments to the Constitu tion submitted to the people at the sae 1t:me hat this anmendment is sub nItted, proposing to exe...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

.g....g.~·:..C*@*D*C++@## #M" * """" WNW RNWW,: 5~. go - - - - - - - - - - - - -~-~:-~~···: ....~·s·:-:.4444444A t *"rh Play +*X*** * -**:-++I++I *****9*** *-:-:--:-:-:-*-:*-:--:---*-* i~At The Play =HO U Ses. 5:±i> ~--- ~~ B NCE MADE 'EM STRONGEI 41 Purke Rowe-Hello, doe, back I You must have lost some of patients, being away so long? Dr. Plllum-Yes, just my confound. Slck-seven of them got well. LOGICIAN Dsgilald-You love e. I know. .kgala-And how do you knowT lhglaald-Why, I love yOu; there I'm In love. All the world loves wr, sand you are all In this world me. O WHEN HE WAS YOUNG e. e young? I used to worry about II I ws a boy, but I knoew better CRUEL SPORT J--oes eptured every 31 his way. Ho didn't let oue xm-e.w crell Whp "s sah bill nsteAd etes IN GREENLAND met I tea tink m weeks uagse teib sigh. CRESCENT 'HEATRE NEXT WEEK "The Call of the Heart", which comes to the Crescent Theatre next Snuday, October 6th, for a week's en gagement, including the popular price matinees o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 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. M1., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and l',.li.an avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Lo,iis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; F. W Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosier, J. W ; George ilebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Senat. tyler; H. S. Manson. S. D.; Thomas II. Regan, J. D.; W. Ii. La husen, M. of C.: C. A. Sutherland, rhaplain: J. M. Couget and B. IH. hlorne, stewards, George Herbert, Jr., organist. Pythian. Crescent Lodge No. 3. Cresent ent Lodge No. ., K. of P., meets every Friday night in Pythian Hlall at 7:30 o'clock. R. Chestnut, chancellor commander; L. J. Burton, vice chancellor; A. S. Covell, prelate; J. B Rabln, master of I 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. lMillr, !2ner ...

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