PRINCESS' WEDDING NOT VALID
Chicago Tribune - Jul 1, 1910
The princess originally was Mis Mary Jennings Reid of New
Orleans. ... The princess was born In New Orleans In 18Ta When 19. years old she
met In Wash- Col. ...Church Refuses to Sanction Marriage of American Girl. FIRST HUSBAND IS ALIVE.
Highest Court Holds She Is Still His Wife Despite Divorce.
Invites Teddy to New Orleans
Atlanta Constitution Jul 2, 1910
NEW ORLEANS CARMEN DEMAND INCREASE
Atlanta Constitution Jul 3, 1910
President McCloskey Declines to Grant Flat Rate of
27 1-2 Cents
William Thomas Dupree was born on July 4, 1910 in New Orleans
ELEVEN KILLED IN MANY RACE RIOTS
Chicago Tribune Jul 5, 1910
New Orleans, Atlenta, and St. Louis were among
the places where extra forces of ... New Orleans, La.,- July .i.- [Special.]- Georke Johnson, a half demented
...Clashes of Whites and Negroes Are Reported, from Scores of Cities In the Country. RESULT OF PRIZE
FIGHT New York Roughs Burn Tenement of Colored People and Try to Cremate Occupants. POLICE STOP MANY LYNCHINGS. ELEVEN ARE
KILLED IN RACE RIOTINGS
Atlanta and New Orleans Clash Today
Atlanta Constitution Jul 5, 1910
HOLIDAY CROWD SEES CRACKERS WIN, THEN LOSE Close
to 10000 Paid Admissions Were Recorded on Turnstile, PAT FLAHERTY'S WORK WITH BAT A FEATURE Made Three ..
STRIKE IS LIKELY ON NEW ORLEANS LINES
Atlanta Constitution - Jul 6, 1910
NEW ORLEANS CARMEN ASK FOR ARBITRATION
Atlanta Constitution Jul 8, 1910
Jul 17, 1910 - BOON FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Reclamation of Hundreds of Acres of Marsh Lands in and Out of. City Begun.
Gilmore, Samuel Louis (1859-1910)
— also known as Samuel L. Gilmore — of New
Orleans, Orleans Parish, La. Born in Louisiana, 1859. Democrat. U.S. Representative from Louisiana 2nd District, 1909-10; died in office 1910. Died July 18, 1910. Interment at Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, La.
RUSHING COTTON FROM NEW ORLEANS
July 18, 1910
NEW ORLEANS, Ia.--For the first
time in the history of the cotton trade this staple is being shipped from New Orleans to New York in special
trains at ...
Jul 18, 1910 -
New Orleans, La., July 17.-As a result ot the scarcity cotton which the so-called July squeeze
has brought about in New York. the south Is being ... Coastwise shipments from Savannah, New Orleans,
Mobile, and Galveston have been heavy for a week or more, ands with the jump of July ...
From COTTON BY SPECIAL TRAINS -
TWO PAMANA EXPOSITIONS. President and Congress May Approve Fair at Both San Francisco and New Orleans. Los Angeles Times Jul 23, 1910
REVOLT IN HONDURAS AGAINST PRESIDENT DAVILA AGITATED.
Angeles Times - Jul 24, 1910
Honduran in New Orleans
Declares Large Quantity of Arms Transferred from One ... NEW ORLEANS, July 23.--[Exclu sive Dispatch.] That
a large quan tity of ...
REVOLT IN HONDURAS AGAINST
PRESIDENT DAVILA AGITATED. Honduran in New Orleans Declares Large Quantity of Arms Transferred from One Vessel to Another
at Sea Is on Way to Malcontents--Government Is Prepared for Revolutionary Bands.
SCORES SAVED BY WIRELESS
Chicago Tribune - Jul 24, 1910
Tho Comus as bound up the coast from New Orleans.
... New York and New Orleans. It left Ne t York last Nednesday with a large Id IsEt and
a good cargo of . ...
LINER MOMUS AFIRE; PASSENGERS SAFE; Wireless Brings
Sister Ship Comus...
New York Times -
Jul 24, 1910
The Comus is bound to this port from New Orleans, and as
the vessels of the line ... New Orleans; Miss M. Spence and L. Spenco, Dallas. Texas; L. H. Squler. ...
THE MOMUS CARRIED OIL.; That Was One Reason for Alarm When the Ship...
York Times - Jul 28, 1910
The Southern Pacific steamship
Comus, which rescued the passengers from the burning steamship Momus of the same line off the coast of Florida, reached this
NEW ORLEANS TIMES - PICAYUNE July 28, 1910
MOMUS ARRIVES AFTER CONQUERING
Jul 27, 1910 - Tribute and Not a Cent Back Tires Employees;
New Orleans Men Want More Than Moral Aid; Stand Explains Recent Vote Against Strike. ...
Efforts to have the New Orleans Union of Street Railway Employes withdraw from the national organization,
it is said, will be made tomorrow night at the ...
CARMEN WANT TO QUIT UNION.
JACKPOT TO BACK FIGHT PICTURES? Parties Said to Have Raised $30,000
in Effort to Force Pictures on the City. MAYOR PUTS DOWN FOOT. Busse Refuses Permit and Court Action Is Predicted as the Next
Chicago Tribune Jul 28, 1910
A twenty roun4. test between Ad Wloteast and Pastky McFarland is a uard which are attempting to In New
Orleans on labor day. Tommy Walsh, matchmaker of the ... Ruling, After Chief Denies Permit,
Called For in Ordinance. LEGAL FIGHT IS INDICATED. Police Censorship Deals with Entertaining Pictures. FILMS APPROVED BY POLICE.
SOUTHERNERS ARE ALARMED AT BILLS OF LADING PROBLEM.
Chicago Tribune - Jul 25, 1910
Cotton dealers In Galveston, New Orleans,
Mobile, Savannah and other southern ports are advocating Port bills of lading, which, they assert, with a proper ...
Jul 27, 1910
CARMEN WANT TO QUIT UNION.CARMEN
WANT TO QUIT UNION. Tribute and Not a Cent Back Tires Employees; New Orleans Men Want More
Than Moral Aid; ... Efforts to have the New Orleans Union of Street Railway Employes ...
NEW ORLEANS IS ANXIOUS.
Los Angeles Times -Jul
Fears San Francisco Will Gain Pres- tige by First Raising Required Amount for
NEW ORLEANS TIMES - PICAYUNE July 28, 1910
MOMUS ARRIVES AFTER CONQUERING ELEMENT (FIRE)
WOLGAST-M'FARLAND BOUT BEFORE NEW ORLEANS CLUB
Jul 29, 1910
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