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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

One Way Colonist Fares TO California and the WEST \IA Southern Pacific Sapteber 25 to October 10, 1912 $37.00 from New Orleans Through Trains, No Change Oil Burning Locomotives Electric Block Signals Tourist Sleepers, Chair Cars and Coaches Dining Car Service Best in the World For full particulars, ask any Agent of the Southern Pacific. FRESH GOODS If you desire fresh vegetables sad all of the varieties the sea "son affords, we can supply you. Our Sunday Special, POULTRY sad GAME. Wednesday and Friday, FI1B, BHRIMP, CRABS ete. BERNARD FABARES, St. John's Market. -- - - - - - - - - ----- I- - - - .......... .. ..... Move Into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb hag. A House Wired for Electric Service afdords copveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise electric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 October 1912

Algerines at Law. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. .Jo L.. Cazaubon, et als. to Altar Branch Baptist Church Association, lot, DeArmas. Diana, Odeon and Or leans, 3 5o cash.--O'Connor. James P. Whelan to Eureka Home stead Society, lot. Atlantic. Pacific. Homer and Jackson. 81,1'.' cash. Benedict. Nelson Steven to Wm. A. Lifsey, portion, Socrates, Teche, Nunez and Ptolemny, $354 cash.-Tichenor. Rickson Bailey to Edward James McCoy. lot. Wagner, I)eArmas, Hen dee and Diana, $1.5, terms.-Charbon net. CHARTER 44E 1. .tI'.IANA INTFII$TATE MIN:i:AI. ,", M !'ANY. SNITE .• STATE:S O AMEIth'A. STATI. 4,Y I.4tI$IANA. L 'ITY , NEW ,I" 1.1EANts. t*. tlt1t 40f 4 old.EANt It. it kn.nwn. that on th!is nine'. .nthi ,Lt" t` th. m.,-nt h ,If Stem! r. in the yt.ar ,f o u r l,- r ,I , n -t. . T h ,, |a n d n in e : tun d r , -d a n t - ,l v ." a n ,d .f Th *, In-n h pl w n dle , ,,f t h e I n i , .*1 Stat~r .if A.\rli. a. the one hundred and t hl r t| * - *n t h . ' . P , ' " '. A u g: a s t u si 4; . \ \ l 1:an...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

º THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. UA very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912. No. 22. PERSONALS t AND OTHERWISE gs. Roger ('hestnut and babies LiI. and Lucili+., of McComb City, after s;nding some time here relative-s, left Sunday for Little Ark., to join her husband, who accepted a position there. ggru Albert Woolf, of DeQuincy, is her parents here. Mrs. Henry Donnenfelser, of Ham La., spent Sunday with her er, Mrs. L. Martin. Mrs. H. Thompson and daughiter' srilo have returned to their home i Abita Springs. They were accom ifled by Miss Ida Kevlin, who is pluding the week there. Ws. B. Babin and II. Gaffney spent gIbdaY at home with their families. Mrs. W. B. Rabin and children will hIae today to spelnd a few days in ayette, La. Capt. Tracy Lilly has announced the pganosbing marriage of his daughter, gle to Anton Lauman, the marriage p take place at his re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

I Mandy's Memorandum By Rose Selyw-Miller --opyrllgt, 112. by A.sriated Luterary' PrIs) Mandy Harrison carefully padded the bottom of the egg crate with pa pers. slipped the proper square of pasteboard over the padding, put the egg filer in place, and mechanically dropped the great creamy-shelled eggs Into their compartments, carefully dis carding those not clean, imperfect in shell shape. and thosv" that were small. "Two dozen unavailable:' she sighed as she dropped the last perfect egg in place. 'Two dozen not fit to send. and sixteen, seventeen dozen and eleven that are." She paused thoughtfully. "It'll take two or three days to get enough to finish filling the case. Hens aren't laying so good now. all want to set or have chickens. and I'm owing installmnents on 'most everything!" Mandy caught up a scrap of bent card board, which had slipped from amongst the papers, discovered that it was a picture of herself, which had suc cumbed to the attack of some infant visitor. She began t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

JOHN P. VEZIEN, Prss. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers platI Attention to Railroad Orders. Presept Dellvery. 114-311 MORGAN STREET. PHONE. ALGIERS 1ll. . Cs. a t, . Dot Bs. llwdwr .s i s. t Whi i.. i> rs John Kleinkemper, Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal. BHay. Corn. Oats, Bran, Etc. d.. DoUIorod Fu* U Cbrws Coar .A andl V.ev.t Street.. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE eIset Sanitary Improvenents. New Manegenment Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 2s Cent. 0Me0ar and Chiropodilt in Attendance Ledl..' Day Every Day iR.J. L. CASAUBIEILH, CHasoPODIST CHAS. tANTEL, Proprietor SS Cont Street -- - - - - - - N---w Orleans HMe Cleaning and Pressuing Club Pbee Main 2812 VEAL ('uality and R ' Honest Weight PORK Theodore DUBRET EE Foto Market BEEF GROUND BONES OR CHICKEN J. Sprada's Cafe EER, LIQUORS and Just at Frry Landin DELICATESSEN - ----n-- --- --.- I w of it. Ito rtk shall have been sub * I SOurCustomer8 ge e * I * U I I Icto I tht er :...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

THE HERALD PUB"" IS1D EVERY THURSDAI. --terd at the Postofce at New Orleans as Second-Class Mall Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTION. One Copy, One Month, In Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance......$1.00 DR. C. V. KRAFr...Editor and Proprietor Address all communicatioas to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret street. New Orleans, La. Phone. Algiers 803. NEW ORLEANS, LA., OCT. 10, 1912. TILE HERALD may be found at the fol TEln IIERAiD (Algiers OAe), 500 Ver Ne. Streetl Tl ItEm BALD (City Omce), 823 Perdlde -reet. SCHROEDER'S BOOK TOB . Opelouses Avenue. 00. E. BAYSI, Slidell Avenue. Subscribers falling to get THE HUR ALD regularly, will please notify the bus --e Manager, Noa 500 Verret treet. Please send communications for public tls as early as possible, and not later Al ecommulcations, such as lettern from the people and news notes of balls, laws estles dances and preonal mentlons will be Inserted in TB HIERAILI) free d eharge. No communlcation will be re eilved unless signed by th...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

AMENDEMENTS EXTRA SESSION 1912, ACT. NO. 4. gate Bill No. 2. By Mr. Voegtle. Joint resolution submitting to the ol of the state of Louitsian an dment t the Constitution author lg parishes and self-taxing munici palies to exempt new industrial en eeris ind aICo improved value, in S oive of structures added to unim lands by immigrants into the who occupy said lands as home stds from local taxation for a period to exceed ten t1i) years. tion 1. le it resolved by the Assembly of the State of Lou a two-thirds of all the members ýs.tJd to each house concurring, That t following amendment to the Con gitti of the State of Louisiana be OW the same is hereby submitted to b qualified electors of the State at g congressional election to be held the first Tuesday after the first gagay in the month of November of s year 191", to-wit; gvery parish and self-taxing mu lepality shall have the right to ex ept new industrial enterprises and aS the improved value added to un gproved lands, including al...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

and aase--.rtS of the several parishes _t for t1,e .:IS t!:"> tl. los~e after Jan - S,~ aRE ULAR. 1:. t t ate f 912the plea'i f, .ft iri tor.rni, of otilse iin r~ .ACT NO t t. tax' that tt t, _ r i iti t-. ' i n. int in~- S." House Bill No. 1. By Mr. Edwards. JOINT RESOLU'TION. Providing n amendment i to tacntio 5 -visio . otu' ie tins one, two o e o," Arrl 197l ,of thee [',~~ of the State of Loufsiond; relative ,o re istr,1t" oivoSki the y et t. a-thisa of the eount n- os :lted ,of Artice19 oter the a tn ot ,!! tkon a der er asitution to St hefret rh nae,'frI' apir th whowa. o Ad d*ond *5i osttution o r h State te of tohiwhm be ernded t ret dr A foCs:ri to 1ar ." s"rh.d to the e t onitper n taU on Jhi13r1 d t h yri,-nor at i:t .the ro he"resthat tios o voerote -uner ti: ferthe Costltsuronor ot~tues of ever tt "1 upthe to Stenite s rot ..at - na o duif anpsteuh shall not be a ffcted yter of '1.the er a'no Elt Dmett . truf.nd L n he on oper of t iRo"e ixotht' riote t 'reti ut er i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

mm 4.:. 4-c+++ X* * ****s**:*+ 4..uts ## ## is**es** *+ e C* ~ I U . , I =1.. . . .. . . . . . . At The Play Houses. ___ __ __ -_--_- _ m":**.*+: * .* w o < - :* -++ + .*. - . - ORPHEUM THEATRE. TIhat the eyes of the theatrical ,orld will be turned on New Orleans te week of October 14, is indicated b the announcement that Jefferson de ngels, the musical comedy star, will begin his vaude'ville tour in this city M that date, presenting the nautical re, "All at Sea," at the Orpheum. Mr. de Angeles is one of the last of *e old guard to harken to the call of Basging Director Martin Beck of the Orpheum Circuit, and the first of the rs to begin his tour in this city. The obtaining of his signature to a .atract for a tour of the Orpheum Chuilt is another of the triumphs of -a-aging Director Martin Beck, and esaclusive evidence of his determina tin to give the patrons of the Or heum theatres the very best the mosement market affords. It is prob aly superfluous to comment on the bility of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

- - __ __ t SOCIETIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad d-esses of Their Officers. Masonic. Sts. John Lodge No 153 S:. J_-h Lodge. No. 127, F. and A. S:.; every Tuesday evening in Mas-n: Haill, corner Olivier s:ree: and I'el. _ aavenue at 7:30 ot ;ock. Lo-.rs A._ker. W. M.. 721 Patterson F. W. Sadier S. W.: Edward Dosier, J., W : George He.Lr, Jr. treasurer: L. J. Pe:ers .n, secreary. ,1c Vene: street: W. Sena, a: :yer, H. S. Ma:s n, S. D.: Thomas H. Regan. J. D.; W. H. Ia busen, VS. of C.; C. A. S'.herlan, ,haplain: J. M. C'uget anl B. H. Horne. s:etards; Georg-e Herber:. Jr.. organist Pythian. Crescent Lodge No. 3. Crescen: Lodge No. .. K. of P. mee:ts every Friday night in Pythian Hall at : : o'cloik. R. Cnestn:., chancellor commander: L. J. B.r:on. vi e cl:ancelor; A. S. Cove'l, prelate: J. B Babin, master of work: C. Berbtaut, master-at-arms; E E. Babin. keeper of records and seal; George Lecourt, master of finance; L. J. Pete'son, master of exchequer; C. Miller. !2ner guard; L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

In Four Years THE Southern Pacific Bladled 157,000,000 pas sengere, and not a single pem gr loset ha liffe through a collision or de tlniwnut of It. train. The Secret is Electric Block Signal Protection W-aW You Travel Be Sure You S.lact The Safe Way Ask the Agent of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC FRESH GOODS If you desire fresh vegetables ad all of the varieties the sea as affords, we can supply you. Our Sunday Special, POULTRY sad GAME. Wednesday and Friday, FISH, SHRIMP, CRABB BENARND AS.ARES, St. John's Market. Move Into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service ords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise dectric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and economical. If the house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have ir wired-he will do it without fuss or both...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 October 1912

Algerines at Law. INITEI) STATES DISTRICT COURT United States vs. Elmira Parker and Henry Dihlman, verdict for plaintiff and fixing the value of the property to be expropriated at $730. AxOThIIl TRACT OF LAND EXPROPRIAT:ED FoR IMMIGRAIION STATION. After a brief trial held before Judge Rufus E. Foster, of the I'nited States I)istrict Court. the jury in the case of the United States I vs. Elmira Parker and Henry DI)hlman, an ,expropriation suit, returned a ver dict in favor of the government and tixed the value of property and dam ages at $7"i,. The land expropriated is situated at Tunisburg, and is needed for the completion of the Immigration i Station. In the second suit, which was filed a against Armstrong Donaldson and I John Everett, the first-named defend-i( ant filed an answer yesterday stating that he was the sole owner of the land. He denies the correctness of the sketch of survey made by Daney and Waddill insofar as the same reduces the quan tity of lands still owned by him,...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

THE HERALD. Dvetsd the Upbhllding o the Wet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper.--MANUFACTURERW' RECORD. YOL.. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912. No. 23. m • mm~ ... .. . . . . . . . ..n m mm m I m m.m.m2 3.m PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Laura La Noue of Bogalusa is some time with her aunt, cofey, of Olivier street. Walshe of Bogalusa spent y with his parents in Gretna, La. Ella Sharp. si3ter of Mrs. Cof arves to-day for California. Jno. A. Barrett was unanimous hsaen president of the Louisiana tion of Funeral Directors last marriage of Mrs. Ada Cruanas - g to Mr. Edward H. Mills was ted in the city. French Plumes We are the acknowledged headquarters for PLUMES To prove this fact visit us TO-MORROW We save you at least 50 Per Cent EACH PLUME GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED MONDAY SPECIALS Silk Plush 500 French Curl Plumes Shapes Guaranteed to be selected male stock. Black, white and assorted colors. Our entire Line of Silk Plush Shapes, in al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

Flowers For Her They were standing in front of a sounter if fresh towers, she with her eyes fixed longingly on the wares dis played; he jingling his change in his pocket, watching her face. "Oh, George," she exclaimed ecstat really, "I do so adore those big laven der chrysanthemums! Don't you think them quite the loveliest of them all?" She turned beseeching eyes on him. "Yes, they're pretty fine," he admit ted, doubtfully. "But the yellow ones are more-well, sunny, don't you think?" He eyed the price tag thought fully. The yellow flowers were a whole dollar a dosen cheaper. "Ye-s," she pondered, thoughtfully. 4 "I suppose they are. But I do love those big lavender ones." She paused a moment, then she turned adoring eyes toward the yellow flowers. "Oh, I do love the yellow ones, too! Then shall we get these?" She looked at him expectantly. "Well, now, we must look at all of them," he rnpled. "We mustn't hurry. I like the yellow chrysanthe mrun' better than the lavender, but how abou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

JOHN P. VEZIEN, Prus. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers gplal Attention te Rallad Ordrsa . Prompt Delvr. 314411 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 311. 3q. Car. arr, 3m. WElwa, ,aSdra ta Wi.N Ileo John Kleinkemper, Grocsries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. .d/e Deiered Fmes Chure. Carnr Asa and Verret Sfts . THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE I,at.ct Sanitary Improvenmnte New Managen.ent Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 2$ Ce.t. Sassar and Chiropedlt in Attendance Ledle' Day Every Day DR.J. I. CASAUBIEILII, CartoPODrar CHAS. HANTEL, Preprietor sao Conti Street - - - - - - New Orleans Hesse Cleaing and Pressing Club Ple.s Maim 2812 VEAL Quality and Honest Weight POR Theodore DUBRET IFoto Market BEEF GROUND BFONES OR CHICKENL J. Sprada's Cafe EER, LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN Our Customere wrkI idh reached · i II ae e a U)OtIS ANA. PARISH OF OEIB-.. ýe_ gebyme an mU covennt. Ou hr r ursera and thCe e af ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

THE HERALD PUlIiM D W Y > THUSDAY. .tared at the Postuiee at New Orleas as Secound-las Mail Matter. TXUMS O SUBDSCB TIrION. One Copy, One Month, to Advane .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance......SL mD. C V. .eRAr...dltter and ProeprUer Addres all eommntloss to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret treet. New Orleas, IL. Pbome Algers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., OCT. 17 1912. 3 HB ERALD may be found at the 1tl 't S BAre (Algier O ce) 2. 6* e Tr - ~ THE m3rAW (City One), a2 P dlde s treeL scHO3DnB' BOOTK UO Oplesns Avenue. oO. r. SATS, I dall Areae. bsrerlbs ~l to get THE B - ALD regularly. Il ee notify the te ses Manager Na Verret Strmt. Please sad comunaestons for publes eaes as early as possible, sad  st later than Tueday lghb. 11 ommuncatons, such s letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn eatles, dances and ersonal mentiom will be tnserted Ia THUE 93flMD tree eO ebarge. No ecommuncaton will be re seved unless signed by the sender. We do not publish your same In counecetl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

STTUTIONAL AMENDEMENTS RA SESSION 1912. ACT. " ,. 4 Ngl No. 2. isy ",r. Voegtle resolutlU ! ' .. tti; g to tlii of thle tIta v: Louisiana at t to the -:.LItutl In author prishes and l ta -Ltl munici - exet ptll t"' ilidu trial enl and alu I1 :.1"il t , value, in of structui' ". .ricd to unimxi S lads bY ;i !: t Sit Into thi L OCcupy) as, i:.ilnt as home S0c lotb:: .i h her a period tsed t el t e . f L .1". L lie t'- vt uived by the AsemWblY ,. t1b.: atate of Lou twe-third 4 u ll tile member. to  ach Lu.-' ' urici-rrlig, That Wing any rir-l!.t to the Con of the s(at., [ Louisiana be same 1s I.iteui. iubiniatted ti ed ele('to. of ti State at st onal ,:. t!.', to be held irt Tu ..!y at ter the tirst in the nr " utI .%ouvelnber of 1912. to-":"+.t parish an! elf-taxing mu shall ha- ti a rilht to ex ,lw industrial trnter prises and improved !, iue added to un lands. Includ li, all structures by immnilir.tit Mto tie State gapy said lands is homesteads, taxes fur ai pteriod not to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 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 revr,nue segregated to the State, pro vid.ed that the State shall be under no obligation to reimburse them in any greater amount than will guarantee to thenm a sum equal to the total of the c,mmissions of their office for the years 1!.11 or 1912. taking the year wahlch shows the highest amount, and the General Assembly shall at its regu lar session in 114 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 I,iennial sessions of 1916 and 1918 it lhall make a further appropriation to cover any defiiency. t;. The amendments to the Constitu tion submitted to the people at the salme time that this amendment is sub mitted. proposing to exempt from tax ation the objects therein specially set fo...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

At The Plav Houses " -- - ----u----- .--... ... FISKE O'HARA. ..THE QUAKER GIRL, AT THE . Ii" iske O'Hara will be presented by Augustus Pitou, Jr., in a new Irish ro msntic play, "The Rose of Kildare," at the popular Crescent Theatre next week. commencing Sunday night, Oc tober 20th. In this play Mr. O'Hara will give us an excellent picture of life as it was in the Emerald Isle during the days of the Irish rebellion of 1798, ome of the most exciting periods in the history of the country. It was a time in which the young country gen tleman raised his own horses and rac ed them, too. If he couldn't raise his bunter over a six-foot wall in a cross country race and didn't fight a duel at eest dhce a month, he was not consid ered it company for man or beast. sbch was the period in which Messrs. paulton and Bradley have placed the action of their play. It is filled with all the romance and high sentiment of tV period and is exciting and virile sough to make the pulse of the audi ace quick...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 October 1912

SOCIETIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad dresses of Their Officers. CHI Masonic. S Sts. John Lodge No. 153 Ma Ser St. John Lodge, No. 153, F. and A. day M., meets every Tuesday evening in the Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and s Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Lois Acker, W. 'M., 721 Patterson; dre F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosier, J. the W.; George Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. Ma J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; '. Senat, tyler; H. S. Manson, S. D.; Thomas IH. Regan, J. D.; W. H. La busen. M. of C.: C. A. Sutherland, 1f chaplain; J. M. Couget and B. H. Horne, stewards; George Herbert, Jr.,. organist. fro it Pythian. of no Crescent Lodge No. 3. Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., meets th every Friday night in Pythian Hall at eve 7:30 o'clock. at 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. fo E. Babin, keeper of records and seal; Re George Lecourt, master of finance;...

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