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h THE HERALD.
D voted to the Upbuildlng of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RIECORD.
XVIll. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911. No. 38.
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SONALS
ID OTHERWISE
of Mrs. J. McCauley was
by the arrival of a baby
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
christened last Sunday by
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Ue the sponsors. The name
was Charles Bennett Jo
of New York, will
to spend the Carnival
daughter, Mrs. L. F.
-of Opelousas avenue,
Mr uasband with a baby
'L. Riley returned Friday
Graham, who is employed
e plantation, near Pat
a few days with his fam
party that was given last
residence of Mr. and Mrs.
ior the beneft of the
b d1rch, was a decided sue
seially and financially.
bo, of Newark, N. J.,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
week.
Verret returned last Wed
SWashington, D. C.
Gait presented her hue
a Sfe baby boy last Sun
Louis Blanc are recelv
on the arrival of a
it house Saturday. Mrs.
imerly Miss Gladys Val
town.
ling, of Biloxl, was a
ay and Sunday.
Alfred Sherwood and
Biloxi, visited relatives
blends of Mrs. Robley S.
be pleased to know that
after a severe attack
Mrs. Stearnes has been
bar home during the past
W. Stewart, who has
to his home for the past
g with a carbuncle,
Mound the street, fully
ng on Wednesday,
fte Young Men's Social
Association will take
UMalderation the celebra
wenty-fifth anuiversary.
lhft left Wednesday for
Sewing Club met at
tuija Huckins, Monday
officers. The fol
iMsted: Lois Gravois,
M. Slack, vice-presi
3L Kraft, secretary and
treasurer. Those
eMad Lennox, Faye and
borothy and Carlotta
s and Lois Gran
meeting will be held
Suerica Stansbury.
SGermain of St. Ber
days with relatives
is spendlng a few
LU in Baton Rouge.
Club met at the
MMrs. R E. Whit
'The succeesaful
s IL. E. Whit
WOee and Mr. Fred
T. IafL. The con
lt of Mrs. W. H.
iWhttmore. Dr.
Going With The
Exposition
A BUNCH OF LOW PRICED GRO
CERIES. COME AROUND AND SEE
THE GOODS WE ARE OFFERING.
TIDE PRICES ARE 80 LOW THAT
WE ARE ASHAMED TO ADVERTISE
THEM.
FRESH EGGS, BUTTER, MEATS,
CANNED GOODS, MACKEREL, SAR
DINES, BEANS, PEAS, AND RICE.
AUG. SCHABEL,
PATTERSON AND OLIVIER.
and Mrs. W. H. Weaver will entertain
next Wednesday.
The steam ferry Alice has been
undergoing repairs in the New Or
leans Dry Dock.
Mr. Jno. Clark was a visitor to Bil
oxi Sunday.
Messrs. Harry Clark, Henry Oert
ing, Henry Clark, Sr., John Clark and
Merrill Casserena went down to Pla
quemine parish on the launch Davis
on a hunting trip. They killed forty
rabbits and thirty-seven ducks.
A very delightfutal time was had at
the residence of Miss Alma V. Smith
in Belleville street, Wednesday, Jan
uary 25, the occasion being a candy
pulling. Those present were Miss Ber
nice Hornosky, Estelle Hibben, Mar
cella Johnson, Alice Spahr, Alma, John
and Vivian Smith. After spending
several hours in candy pulling, the
young misses departed for their
homes.
The class day exercises of the class
February 1911 of McDonogh High
School No. 3 took place Tuesday even
ing at 8 o'clock at the Boys' High
School in Calliope street. Our district
was well represented on the program.
Miss Naomi Berthaut delivered the ad
dress of welcome; Miss Georgiana
Johnson was mistress of ceremonies;
Misses Winona Lange and Imogene
Norris were on the reception commit
tee, and Misses Hazel Meagher and
Stella Joedkel tgok part in the class
play.
Mrs. Rene Stocker was a visitor at
the rectory of Mt. Olivet church on
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holley have re
moved from our district and taken up
their residence with their nephew, Mr.
G. W. Martin, in the city.
Miss Ada Huguet of the Lower Coast
has been spending the week with rela
tives here.
Arrangements" for the masquerade
party to be given on February 17th for
the benefit of Mt. Olivet church are
progressing rapidly. A souvenir has
been offered for the prettiest masked
child and one for the finest costume
masker among the ladies. There will
be dancing and refreshments.
BIG SHIP IN DOCK.
After releasing the steamship Jacob
Bright Saturday, upon the comple
tion of the work on that boat. the
larger dock of the New Orleans Dry
Dock and Shipbuilding Company un
dertook a task Sunday that was watch
ed with considerable interest by those
connected with the steamship business
of the port when the steamship Green
brier of the United Fruit Company's
leet, a vessel of 41500 tons was taken
in, preparatory to beaing gives a genu
eral overbaHullat The fct that the
boat was to be taken la on Suntay
drew mau down to the rir's
edge to wateb the pwratim. The big
ship was tab. la wIthat a htU sad
raled as say as thah It Wife a
tg-h-t.
THE HERALD PRIZE CONTEST
FOR THE GAY MASKERS.
Twenty Prizes or More To Be Offered on Mardi Gras
Day By the Advertising Merchants of
The Herald.
GIVEN AWAY TUESDAY, FEB. 28th, (MARDI GRAS)
AFTERNOON FROM THE PLATFORM IN
FRONT OF HERALD OFFICE.
Merchants Contribute Generously--Prizes for Almost
Any Kind of Markers--Everybody Turn Out and
Have a Good Time--Bring Your Bands and Tin
Horns.
We expect this year to make the Herald Prize Contest for Mardi Gras
Day a much greater success than it was last year, if this is possible. A great
many more prizes will be offered and a better arrangement is now contem
plated in awarding the prizses. A platform will be built in front of The Herald
office upon which the different characters will stand when the prizes are
awarded so that the big crowds will be able to see them without undue crowd
ing. Already we are in receipt of a great number of prizes.
The firm of Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Co. have donated a fine $5.00
Spring hat; Mayer Israel & Co. have offered a gentleman's hat, while Chas. A.
Kaufman Co., Ltd., is donating a fine silk umbrella. Mr. Jos. Tallon is going
to remember a male masker with a quart bottle of Harmony Club Rye. We are
in receipt of a letter to-day from Mr. Bloom, of the Economy Skirt Co., 1620
Dryades street, in which they offer to a lady wearing the best hobble skirt
effect, a fine $5.00 skirt, to be selected from among the many hundreds they
have in stock. Mr. Bloom says in his letter: "We are very much interested in
your Prize Contest for local maskers in Algiers and we believe this should be
encouraged, and in order that we may add our mite, we are pleased to donate
one of our fine $5.00 skirts." Mr. Louis G. Webert, dry goods merchant, do
nates a half dozen pair of stockings, while Mr. Frank C. Duvic gives an oil
heater, and John Lailtte Co., Ltd., who are always'on the lookout for the atom
ach, have donated a fine ham. Mr. Joe Renecky, of the Renecky Shoe Store,
gives a pair of shoes; Mr. J. E. Huckins will furnish for one of the maskers
sufficient wall paper to paper a room. Mr. John P. Vezien, who also looks
after the appetite, has donated a box of spaghetti, while Peter Rupp, our popu
lar druggist, who looks after the welfare of the young miss, donates a half-pint
bottle of Honeysuckle perfume; our enterprising Jules Bodenger gives to one
of the maskers a high-grade porcelain enameled washstand.
These are only a few of the prizes that are offered to date, and The Herald
expects by next issue to have the full number of prizes, which we hope will
reach twenty-five or more.
These prizes are offered in The Herald Prize Contest by the advertising
merchants of The Herald. The full particulars of the Contest will be pub
lished in the two issues prior to Mardi Gras so that there will be no misunder
standing as to how the prizes will be awarded.
A FEW OF THE PRIZES.
First Prize-For finest ladies' costume, $5.00 spring hat, donated by Gross
man-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
Second Prize-For finest gentleman's costume, a hat, donated by Mayer
Israel & Co.
Third Prize-For most comically masked lady, a silk umbrella, donated by
Chas. A. Kaufman a Co.
Fourth Prize-For most comically masked gentleman, one quart of Har
mony Club Rye, donated by Joeeph Tallon.
Fifth Prize-For lady dressed with best hobble skirt effect, $5.00 skirt,
donated by Economy Skirt Company, 1620 Dryades street.
Sixth Prize-For the tallest lady masker, one-half dozen pair stockings,
deoated by Louis G. Webert.
S4eventh Prize-For the tallest gentleman masker, an oil heater, donated
by Frank C. Duvic.
Eighth Prize-For the heaviest lady masker, one ham, donated by Jno.
Lafitte, Ltd.
Ninth Prise-For the heaviest gentleman masker.
Tenth Prise-For the best little girl's costume, representing some well
known character, a pair of shoes, donated by Renecky Shoe Store.
Eleventh Prize-Fr the best little boy's costume, representing some well
known character.
Twelfth Prize-For the best male masker impersonating a tramp, one
room of wall paper, donated by J. E. Huckins.
Thirteenth Prize-For the best female masker impersonating a Bowery
sirL
foerteenth Prise-For the best male costume as clown, one box of spa
ghetti, donated by John P, Vezaen.
Pittemth Prise-For the most comically maskhed boy.
Sixteenth Prize-For the most comically masked girl from 14 to 18 years,
ore-half piat bottle Garwood's Chinese Honeysuckle perfume, donated by Peter
Rupp.
Beventeenth Prlie-For the best lady and memtleman maskers masquerad
ing as a eomple.
lghteent Prie--Por bat tmpersatie et some well-howna character,
oe klsh als e permelain eamele washsta, demated by Jules odenger.
Nlameteenth PrIms-Pr the thinnetm male mars.
Twentieth Prime-F  bnel ab mee male ma .
Dole's
Pineapple Juice
HOW SHALL IT BE SERVED ?
WHAT IS IT LIKE?
These and many such inquiries come to
us daily. Here is one recipe, taken
from a book full of them, we are
glad to furnish for the asking:
"Pineapple Bavarian
Cream"
Two cupfuls of Dole's Pineapple Juice. one
cupful of sugar. half a cupful of boiling water, ooe
and a half tablespoonfuls of powdered gelatioe and
we cupfuls of whipped cream. Dissolve the
gelatine in boiling water, then add the sugar and
pineapple juice. When cool. mi in the whipped
cream, pour into a wet mold, turn out when set
and decorate with pieces of ceased or candied
pianepple.
SOLARI'S
CAN FURNISH ALL INGREDIENTS
Deoles Pneapple Juice is Quarts. 50c Pints. 25c
Half -Pits. 15c.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
With Headquarters at
ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS.
I4 tabutoel N adeisag etn at a iteea1 to *5m
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Cover the left ey sad see If the us Is
il scties of the above eirde ppear
equal dark and distinct. If not, yot
have Astijsatism-- visual defect which
shold be oerrectei at ease. Ti, i
ak., is tshe same manaer.
P. ALLEN STRECK,
oPTOS@TEIST.
Office: Sub. Drug Store,
Elmira and Evelina.
BIG RECEPTION
TO-NIGHT.
MAYOR BEHRMAN WILL BE WEL
COMED HOME WITH BAND
AND FIREWORKS.
To-night the big committee of Al
giers citizens will meet at the corner
of Delaronde and Seguin streets to
take part in the reception to be given
to Mayor Behrman on his return from
Washington, D. C.
The committee requests the citizens
to decorate their places of business
and to meet promptly at 7 p. m.
A parade will be formed and the
committee of citizens will go to the
depot where our Mayor will be met
with a band of music and escorted to
his home in Pelican avenue.
Arrangements are being made to il
laminate Pelican avenue and to make
a big noise when the Mayor and party
reach this side of the river. There is
to be a liberal display of fireworks.
The citizens are requested to tarn
out in large force to show our appre
ciation for the good work done by our
Mayor at Washington.
Meet promptly at 7 o'clock to give
what assistance you can to the com
mittee.
PRESBYTERIAN NOTES.
The Rev. Dr. J. C. Barr preached at
Algiers Presbyterian Sabbath school,
Pythian Hall, Sunday last, to the larg
est gathering that has ever been in
the history of the school. During the
past three months the attendance has
increased wonderfully.
The Spirit of God is in the work of
the school where young and old are
most cordially greeted and invited to
come and learn of Him whose yoke is
easy, whose burden light.
Dr. Barr will preach again the last
Sunday in February. Sabbath school
every Sunday at 3:30.
It's Better Farther On.
Art thou tired of life's brief Journey ?
Art thou weary of the way?
Are the shadows of each morrow dark
as those of yesterday?
IDoes it seem no sun Is shining?
Does it seem all hope is gone?
Ah! Be patient, weary trav'ller,
It's better farther on.
Has some trusted friend deceived thee?
Are the joys of other years
. Burning on the mem'ry threehhold
filling thee with undream'd
fears?
,Cease those "worry-thoughts" my
brother
Fearing heart has never won;
Trials are the husks of blessings
It's better farther on.
What if lre4 ones have deceived theet
What It ev'ry hope seems oee?
IN OUR
Art Dep'tment
We Carry the Largest Assortment of
Gold, Silver, Pearl, Coral, Steel,
Jet, Wood and Indian Beads
also Spangles
in gold, silver and colors. All sizes and colors of
Jewels
used so extensively in evening costumes.
The popular Eiderdown in all shades
used in making Auto Toques.
We are sole Agents
for the
Adlustre Floss
superior to any floss in the market. A large as
sortment of beautiful shades, all fast
colors, worth 45c per doz., special at 30c doz.
D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd.
In Making Your Will
Remember this bank is an executor, guardian or trustee
that you can depend upon. Its life is perpetual and its
prestige guarantees that your wishes will be carried out
in the strictest letter of their interpretation.
Commorcial - Gomanla Trust & Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus $2,000,000.
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS.
The Newest in Cloth Tops, Patent Leather
Gun Metal and Vici Kid
Ladies', Men's and Children's
In Button and Bluchers at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Sole Agents for Webster School Shoes
Shoes with latest improvements and style.
Webster's Dictionary with each pair.
Reneoky Shoe Store '0,"..,
Know'st thou not thuswise the Master
teaches each and ev'ry one?
Burn the "bridges" far behind thee;
Courage; face the "light," press on
Forge thy "song" upon "life's" anvil;
It's better farther on.
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
The services last Sunday were con
ducted by our estimable lay reader,
Mr. Lea J. Burton, and were very well
attended. The train being a little late
the rector arrived just in time to give
the benediction at the close of the
evening service.
Leaving on Friday morning accom
panied by his little daughter Emily,
the rector went to Buras, holding ser
vice that night in the little chapel; the
next morning they left for Orange
Farm and crossing the river in the
dense fog in a gasoline boat they came
to Grand Prairie; service was held in
the chapel that night. Sunday morn
ing after a ride of eight miles in a gas
oline boat again in the dense fog, they
reached Union Settlement. Service
with celebration of the Holy Commun
ion was held at 10:30 a. m., and cross
ing the river in a skiff, after a ride of
five miles they reached a school house
and again service was held and the in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Florance
Menge was baptized, the name Carroll
Douglass being given him. Taking the
evening train Algiers was reached
about 8 p. m. It was one of the most
pleasant missionary journeys in our
experience. Large congregations in
each place; pleasant weather and no
mosquitoes.
As next Sunday will mark the be
ginning of the tenth year of the pres
ent rector's incumbency, he will give
a few items of interest to the congre
gation at the evening service, which it
is hoped will be a large one.
It was a pleasure to note so many of
our girls from Algiers taking part in
the class play and on the stage in the
program offered by the Girls' High
School graduation class 1911, last
Tuesday night.
Attention is called to the notice
elsewhere in this paper to the annual
The Kimball Player Piano
Artistic excellence and aurabllity In the
Kimball Piano have been the aim in
manufacturlag this world-renowned is
strument. The Kimball 88-Note Player
mechanism adds the one feature which
makes the Instrument a complete unlt
and available for every member of the
family. This player mechanism has bees
developed to give the utmost facility of
interpretation of the music with ease of
operation and slmplicity of construction.
This implicity of construction insures
durability a quality not to be dispensed
with. With the Kimball Player-Piano
the performer may express his own In
terpretatlon of the music played, thus
giving n aindividuality to the perform
ance and removing it from o.called auto
matic music. The tempo lever gives ab
solute control of the time. The pedals.
sensitive and responsive to a marvelous
extent, not only supply the motive pow
er, but by slight movement, or pause,
produce the louder and softer elects so
essential to the adequate expression of
musle, and varied at the will of the
operator.
Junius Hart Plan House, Ltd.
J. P. SIMMONS, President.
l3-1K $ CUL STMT, T MYT&
masquerade dance that is being gotten
up by the men of the congregation,
with, of course, the assistance of the
ladies, for the benefit of the parish,
and will be given on the night of Fri
day, February 17th, at the Pythian
Hall. A good time is assured to all
who attend.
The regular monthly meeting of the
vestry will take place to-night at the
rectory at 7:30 o'clock.
Word has been received that the Rt.
Rev. Davis Sessums, 1). D., bishop of
the diocese of Loui3iana, will be pres
ent with us on the: nict of the second
in Lent, it being the :"1h day of March,
and that he will both pr'.ac'h and con
Arm the class that has been preparl
There will be a second celebrat
of the Holy Communilon on Sunday,
being the first Sunday in the month.

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