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-xill. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1911. No. 37.
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FOR MN wHo APPRECIATE "
LE SOULD BEIN EVERY HOME
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irlaker and niece, Miss
left for their home in
hlo, after spending the
Mrs. Brinker's mother,
trander, and grand.
_6 J. Shorey. 145 Dela
K. Braun announces the
her sister, Miss Amelia
Mr. James Bruton.
to take place on Feb. 16.
Chas. Leonard have
1 the marriage of their
Evelyn, to Laurence
sa Tuesday evening, Feb.
at the Leonard home on
on Wednesday after
s 5 o'clock to have her
Joseph E. Cunning
t club woman of
who is the guest here
MEitaler, aged 44 years,
was severely bitten
hip by a dog belong.
540 Pacific avenue.
by Dr. J. E. Pollock.
h. Higgins have the
many friends in the
wi , whose death oc
of Bogalura, who
4 the steam fitters' de
Osat Southern Lam.
visiting his parents
of his uncle, Capt.
Saiateurs held a re
hr the "Old Maids
will take place
a the Masonic Hall.
the msidence of Rev.
Sooth In Delaroade
, the merry
members of the
ab met last week
L. P. Back in
the games, a do
iarved. The sue
Mr. Robt. Vienair,
lisO Viola Schurb.
given to Mrs. W.
bmeting will be held
Mrs. Capdevielle In
J. W. Reynolds t
o last week.
=8. J. Thompaon en.
houe party at
Springs. Their g
Snd Mrs. George h
Anderson. Mr. M. a
and Mr. J. C. '
and family have
iltrlct and taken e
the city. e
Irm been the guest it
et Morgan City.
aO Morgan City,
Jao. Shlan, of
,a left ypester
te take up the
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Tackaberry was christened Sunday at
the Church of the Holy Name of Mary,
by Rev. Father Larkin. The name be
stowed on the little one was Charles
Edward Joseph. The sponsors were
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spieler.
The meeting nights of the Ladies'
Auxiliary Independent Amalgamated
Machinists has been changed to the
second and fourth Wednesday of each
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Gay was baptized last
Thursday at the Church of the Holy
Name 'of Mary. The sponsors were
Mr. Henry Duchien and Miss Lena Ca
Sero. The little one received the name
On Monday morning at 6 o'clock
the marriage of Mr. Jno. E. Mitchell
to Miss Josephine J. Jones was sol
emnized at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary by Father St. Martin.
The attendants were Miss Viola Jones
and Messrs. Chas. O. Yalets and E. J.
Prados. The young couple are at home
to their friends in Vallette street.
On Sunday last an enjoyable even
ing was spent at the home of Mrs. L
Wiegand in Opelonuss avenue, in hon
or of the anniversary of her birth. The
evening was spent in playing games
and musical selections were rendered,
Mr. Irwin Salathe playing the violin,
Mr. Win. Wiegand the cornet, and Miss
Carrie Wiegand the piano. Those
present were Mrs. Hy. Widmer, Mrs.
Statzkowsl, Mrs. Wiegand, Miss
Frances 8tatskowski, Wi. and Arthur
Wiegand, John Statkowsaki, Irving
ClemeAt, Irwin Salathe, Misses Anna
and Helen Widmer, and Louis Hebert,
Ernest Pettijean, and others from
across the river.
Mrs. (Dr.) Sanderson has returned
to her home in Natchitoches, after a
pleasant stay here.
The Ladies Auxiliary to the I. A. of
M. will hold their installation of o0
eer Saturday night at Pythian Hall.
Among those serving at the Penny
Lunches to the school children in the
city are Mrs. J. C. Mathewes and Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. Henry spent Saturday
and Sunday in Baton Rouge, La. 1
Miss Maud Andersen spent Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. H. J. Thompson,
at Abita 8prings.
Mrs. Ira Wallace Sylvester, of Alex
andria, La., is the guest of Mrs. W. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Arnold were •
most agreeably surprised last week at t
their new home In McDonoghville by
a number of their friends. a
The merry crowd met at the home e
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitmore in Se- s
guin street and proceeded to the Arnold e
home in a body. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, I
although taken completely by surprise, t
were equal to the occasion and proved I
ideal host and hostess. I
During the evening, the guests were I
entertained by vocal selections by Miss- J
es Ella Maud Covington and Marguer- C
Ite Emans. Miss Bessle Covington and e
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We invite your checking accodat, too.
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ca itanmmd upih WaM s.
PATERSON AND VERREI SYREETI
i. Mrs. Pefferkorn rendered several in
t strumental selections which were great
, ly enjoyed. The cake walk by Messrs.
I U. J. Lewis and Chas. Arnold in cos
s tume was highly applauded; Miss Bes
e sie Covington playing the music for
1 Those present were Dr. and Mrs. W.
I H. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whit
e more, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Lewis, Mr.
I and Mrs. Fred Pefferkorn, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Goebel, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Gisch,
Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Misses Annie
t Engler, Bessie and Ella Maud Coving
ton, Marguerite Emans, Mrs. R. Eng
ler and Mrs. Emans, of Mobile, and
Mr. Leo Johnson.
Oscar Burns, a negro who often falls
into the hands of the police and who
was wanted for some time on the
charge of carrying concealed weapons,
was Jailed Sunday forenoon by Ser
geant Wheatley, Corporal Bengert and
Patrolman Lewis, having been arrest
ed at the head of Eliza street in com
pany with Nicholas Amann, a young
white man, both of whom are charged
with gambling with dice on the side
walk. Burns was committed to Jail,
but Amann was discharged by Recor
der Clement Monday morning.
At the time of his arrest Burns wore
a suit of clothes that had been stolen i
from the delivery wagon of the Lou
isiana Pressing Club. on January 7. 1
The suit belonged to Philip Hahn. of
Brooklyn and 81ldell avelnes, and he
identified it as his property. The ne
gro claimed to have bought the suit I
at a pawnshop in the city, but this t
was disproven upon Investigation by
Sergeant Wheatley, who visited the t
place in company with the negro. At
charge of larceny will be lodged
against Burns in the Second Criminal
Court on Tuesday.
Grand President Entertained. t
Sunset Lodge No. 108, Ladies' Aux
iliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainme, terdere Mrs. Ray N. Wat
terean, of Columbus, Ohio, the grand
president of the order, an automobile
ride, visiting the principal points of
interest in the city, last week. At the
conclusion of the delightful trip the
participants repaired to the home of r
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, where
a delicious lunch was served and an U
entertaining program was enjoyed. Mrs.
MoGivney, of Sunset Lodge, and Mrs.
Bowen, of 0. M.. Dunn Lodge, enter
tained with instrumental selections.
Mr. and Mrs Johnson proved them
selves genial hosts. They were assist
ed in receiving by Mmes. Goodlet, John- e
son and Guillot. Among those pres.
ent were: Mrs Watterson, Mrs. W. T. c
Vernon, of McComb City; Mmes. Mio- a
ton, Lallande and Triay, of Lafayette: i1
Mrs. Spurlock, of McDonoghville, Mrs. h
Bowen, Mrs. A. Moore, Mrs. C. Delboes,
Mrs L. Healy, Mrs. . McGivney, Mrs.
J. Spahr, Mrs. L McCloskey, Mrs. T.
Guillot, Mrs. S. Johnson, Mrs. K. Ren- b
ecky, Mrs. L 8Suherland.
Dr. Robt. L. Riley is made
Vice-President of Railroad.
H. C. FERRIOT, FORMERLY EDITOR OF ONE TIME
"ALGIERS CHRONICLE" IS ELECTED PRESIDENT
OF A NEW ROAD.
The Projected Road is known as the Atlantic Okeechobee,
and Gulf R. R., and will be built in the
COMPANY CAPITALIZED AT ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
The news of the good fortune of
our prominent citizen, Dr. Robt. L.
Riley, and a former Algerian, H. C.
Ferriol. reached the Herald through
information in the "Tampa Daily
Times" of Jan. 16, which has a full
account of the organization of the
A. O. & G. R. R. Co. The road is to
be constructed from Tampa, Fla., to
Miami. The following clippings are
taken from the Tampa Daily Times:
"H. C. Ferriot of New Orleans, pres
ident of the projected Atlantic, Okee
chobee and Gulf Railway, is in the city
to-day. With him are Dr. Robt. L.
Riley, first vice-president, and Hiram
McElroy, chief engineer. They ar
rived in the city last evening from
Jacksonville and will inspect the right
of way over which this road will pass.
Mr. Perriot stated to a Times repre
sentative that the subscription books
tor stock would be opened in about a
month or less from date, but due no
tice of same would be announced in
the local press."
"The Men Behind the Enterprise.
"Hy. C. Perriot, the president, is a
well known baslnmes man of New Or
leans, aend the successful promotion of
this railroad has been largely due to
him. He is a former newspaper man,
having been the owner and publisher
of the Daily Chroniclle of Algiers and
"Dr. Robert L. Riley, first vice-pres
ident, is a well known physician of
New Orleans, and was formerly con
nected with the Southern Pacific rall
road. His experience in railroad mat
ters and the Intricate details of their
management and operation well fits
him for so important a post. He ex
pects to make Tampa his home in the
Euchre and Dance.
On Friday, Jan. 27, the Ushers of
the Holy Name of Mary Church will
entertain at a euchre in St. Mary's
Hall. Several prises have been se
caured for the successful players and
all euchre indulpents are respectfully
invited to attend. After the games
have been completed those wishing
will be allowed to indulge in dancing,
as there will be music in attendance.
The Ushers have for a long time
been trying to give the people of Al
giers an amusement in the game of
progressive Ave hundred, but it was
not patronized as much as it should
have been and it is now their intention
to have a series of games of progres
The young ladies of the Methodist
chureh will give two entertainments
In the Masonic Hall, the first on Fri
ay evening, February 10, and the see
4ad on the following evening. The
lrst entertainment will be the "Spln
We take pleasure in resunting tch
publication of DIainty Recipes from
the pen of a lady. gift d by n:t ure
with the preparing of the dMOST
So Offer This Week
"Crab Meat Au Oratin"
Mlake a cream sauce of butter.
flour and milk: season with salt.
lemon juice and ilprika. Fill Seal.
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with cheese. chopped celery and
parsley; hake and serve in shells
with cream sauce.
Can furnish the finest quality of
Japanese Crab Mleat and Scallop
Shells direct from Japan.
Is the trade-mark adopted by our
house many years ago to identify
certain specialties of exceptionally
fine quality; packed expressly for
our most particular trade.
A. M & J, SOLARI, Ltd.
With Headquarters at
ROYAL All IBERVILLE STREETS.
Inclaimed letters remaining at Sta
tion A. New Orleans. La., post office,
week ending Jan. 26. 1911:
Gentlemen-George Davis. J. K. Pat
terson, Joseph Robinson, Johns Wil
Ladies--Mrs. Adams. Miss Rosie
Burns, Mrs. Elizza Carter, Mrs. D
Mayer, Mrs. Nancy Riley.
W. J. BEHAN, P. M.
J. W. DANIELS, Supt. Sta. A.
future and devote his energy to the
rapid completion of this road."
The company, which is capitalized at
one million dollars, has an office in
Room 801, Audubon building, with Dr.
Thaddeus Bell in charge.
"The head officers of the road will
be in Tampa and will be opened up as
soon as suitable quarters can be found.
As announced exclusively in The
Times last Saturday, all arrangements
have been made for application for
letters patent for the new company,
and the advertisement will appear in
The Times tomorrow.
The announcement which appeared
in Saturday's Times that the long
cherished project of a railway
through the southern part of the pen
Insular bids fair to be realised, awak
ened a great deal of interest. A re
porter of The Times sought Mr. Per.
riot, who reached the city last night.
President Perriot showed the re
porter maps of the proposed railroad
and its branches, for which surveys
have already been made and record
ed. The main line railroad, which is
the one his company will build frst,
begins at this city and runs southeast
ward to Port Meade, passing through
the great phosphate region of Florfda
in Polk and Hillsborough counties, go
ing by way of Welcome and Phos
phor'a. From Port ieade the line
will turn In a more southerly direc
tion, to Hare's lake, at which point
a Jundtlon will be formed with a line
that is to ran from Melbourne to Port
Myers. The main line will continue
form Hare's lake southeastward to
Miami, running within a few miles of
the shores of the famous Lake Okee
chobee. The line will be about 270
miles in length."
sters' Convention," popularly known
as the "Old Maids' Convention," and
the entertainment an the second even
ing will be "The Spinsters' Return,"
a sequel to the Old Maids' Convention.
On the second evening a children's
cantata entitled "Picnic in Fairyland,"
participated in by about thirty chil
dren, will precede the "Spinsters' Re
turn," the regular entertainment of the
These entertainments are full of ha
mor, amusing incidents and catchy
songs, and worth the price of admis
sion several times over.
The proceeds will be used towards
providing a home for the new pastor
of the church, Rev. J. W. Booth. Mr.
Booth has a family and the young la
dies wish to provide a suitable home
for him and his family.
The tickets are 25c each for adults
and 15e each for children under if
teen years of age.
At the close of each entertainment
the ladies will serve refreshments.
Every day adds enthusiasm
on the part of our clientele in
reference to our
An expert corserierre, direct froml N"
York. is here with us to .tlk (' . rt.
She knows the sciencet of cot rsts. h I
to c'hoose a llodel for .'ou. how to fit
it to you.
The proper foundation for your g .,)%n
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Lyre Comrse, $5 to 1$S
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Good times are coming with the Ex
position and prices going down.
We are not trying to make a profit
out of you. This week, we will sell
Fresh country eggs, 30c a dozen.
Best butter, 35c a pound.
None like ours.
Patterson and Olivier Streets.
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Roll of Honor.
SCHOLARSHIP AND DEPORTMENT
8 A-Carl Conrad, Lawrence Gerrets.
S B-Joseph Strasser. Leslie Bos
7 A-Thomas Kennair.
7 B-Louis Chisholm. Joseph Brau
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6 A-Clayton Umbach, Alvin Chris
5 A-LeslIe Forrest. Louis Bergeron.
4 A-Clyde Smith, Bernard Rice.
Harold Marcour, Francis Lyncker.
Gussle Harris, Harvey McNeely.
4. B-Francis Riordan. Richard Ma
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3 A-James Moffett, Harry Hoke.
3 B-Earl Schindler. Eldred McNee
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1 B-Reaney Angelo, Cyril cehind.
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Ichwarzenbach, A. Senner. E. Wrigley.
L McNamara. J. Simon.
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