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SDovtod to the Upb6llding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD.
. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 191 I. No. .
parks has ai, rped a posi
M Standard * )I ('o. of Ba
-sy and Mo.lit- Kinkaid left
.atoh Rou;ge. L.a.
sbdel left Tuesday for
- g. Frank I'.lce have re
after tV. No *cks spent in
E. F. A(.rll announces
t of her daughter, Al
Wilhelm Pi-.her of Gulf
The weeddiig will take
7 from the re.illcnce of the
sant, Mrs. Robert Ro
7. Magruder of Fordoche,
s visiting relatives here.
was formterly Miss Ag
at oer town.
Map. left the Natval Sta
alight for Philadelphia.
te number at the garri
* men, the smallest it
-a aome time. Nearly all
-io made the trip are re
ive been sent here from
It is expected that more
received here in the near
Gyles, a former resl
, died in Liverpool,
May 8, at the age of 62
Gyles was the sister of
Heath, and had resided
mest of her life, leaving
M0s. years ago.
of Bermuda street broke
of Roosefeld county,
,~a avisit to Mr. and Mrs.
, stney and sister-in-law,
of Pacific avenue, left
isbolm, formerly of Al
e been attending school
bt Jackson, Miss., is now
CE-Practical lady demonstrator will be pleas
4 to teach ny one calling at our store MAY 22
_ the latest art in FLOOR DECORATION.
Ihtlyen do the work after one lesson. Instruc
ately FREE sad more useful than earnin
sait ones face. F. C. DUVIC.
ny of our customers have learned to wait for our Friday
Specials because we give you just What we advertise
Regardless the Cost.
ead Below and Pay us a Visit
ve two styles of Lace Shapes-made of Lace and
Silk Braid and easily worth $2.00; but as our
We Retail at
Only One Block )
From Canal St.
is a medium size, Rolled Jast rekhed shr shi
,trimmed with Velvett Only one of these Bar- rwmat usedm ur let l C
PRICE FRIDAY, gains to a Customer. ismA, m. tw m L
-man-Weinfeld Millinery Company, Ltd.,
UPT.T-OTH-IMINUTE MILLINERS _
DEPARTMENT: RETAIL DEPARTMENT:
INE STREET. 110-Sl! MAGAZINE STREET.
home on a visit to her relatives and
friends In Algiers.
On Monday, May 8th, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Hausknecht were surprised by a
euchre party from Mv"Donoghville. The
successful players were Miss G. Hoff
man, Mrs. F. Schroder, Mr. Lee Haley
and Mrs. A. Strehle. Mrs. Lee Haley
i- and Mr. F. Sc'hroder received the con
- solations. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. L. Haley, Mr. and Mrs. A.
t Strehle, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bealer, Mrs.
E. Meyer, Mr. F. Meyer, Misses G. and
r A. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. F. Schroder,
Misses Mildred, Verna and Agatha
Hauskneeht, Grace Haley, Melda
n Schroder and Master A. Meyer.
Mrs. Jno. Couget presented her hus
s band with a baby girl Tuesday morn
t- Capt. Wm. MarkeU entertained a few
e friends on his new gasoline boat, the
e "Ella M," last Sunday. The trip was
made to Chalmette. Refreshments
were served and all had a good time.
, Those present were: Capt. and Mrs.
Markell, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hibben, Miss
L. Hibben, Mesdames J. Cunningham
and F. Dubret; Messrs. Edward Hib
ben, Jr., and J. Leatham.
Walter Dilzell of Houston spent Sat
urday and Sunday with his family.
t Dr. Ed. Kevlin of Ponchatoula, La.,
I was a visitor to Algiers this week.
Mrs. Arthur Covell presented her
3 husband with a fine baby boy on Sun
r Miss Cora Crespin was a visitor to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weaver returned
Friday from Lafayette, La.
I Mrs. W. H. Riley and Mrs. Sarah
f Bothick left Monday for the Sea Shore
I Camp Grounds.
Miss Alice Halliday of Biloxi was a
visitor to our town on Monday..
Jas. L. Higgins and Hy. Ormond
were delegates to the Knights of Co
lumbus convention that met in Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Duffy spent a few
days in Morgan City.
SL parks from a locomotive on the
New Orleans Southern & Grand Isle
road set fire to the roof of the double
I cottage Nos. 709-711 Brooklyn avenue
Sunday morning, damaging the build
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
THE NEWEST MODELS
Some plain gored styles with loose panel
back, others with hand-embroidered panels,
and again others plain gored with habit back
or with arrangement of cluster tucks, or
Piques and Corduroys buttoned down front
with habit back.
New styles are being received
every day and we would be
glad to have you inspect
The best of Linens, Piques, Reps and Cordu
roys are used in these Skirts, and they are
finely tailored and well finished, insuring as
perfect a fit after laundering as before.
ESTABLISHED IN 1842.
D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd.
Why You Like to Get Your
Shoes at Our Store
Because we make you feel that we wast to please and satify
you thoroughly, because we doe't grumble at showing y say
amber of styles and sizes--until you get just what you ust.
because we don't hurry you--we let you take your owa
to decide peso a certaia style or size, because we act
fully about it-and help you in every possible way. that's why
our customers stick to us year in sad year out.
Reneoky Shoe Store v'c ..
WHERE THE SUN IS BRIGHT.
ing to the extent of $15 and slightly
damaging the contents of the occu
pants of one side of the house.
Thos. Graham of Shady Side was a
visitor to Algiers this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ansley of Bay St.
Louis are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. D. Veazey of New Iberia is the
guest of her son, J. B. Veazey.
Judge Peter Clement, Shade G.
Smith and Jos. Hughes were delegates
SAVE THE COUPONS
The skirt store for values--we make 'em.
WE MAKE '1
iseo Deymoss . grall
The "Economy" Skirt Bulletin
The Season's newest in skirts-Largest assortment in New Orleans
Every woman who once No. 2.
wears an "Economy' This Skirt lMade to
Skirt not only wears a --In All Wool
second one, but becomes Voile........ $3.00
dependent upon The -In All Wool
Economy Skirt Co. for Chiffon ...... $5.00
--In Ulnen. Tan or
the fashioning of her Natural ......$3.00
skirts. send cut for Ramplis.
Our skirts are made un
der the supervision of
expert designers. Every
garment sold with guar
antee to please.
The ability of our buy
ers to secure exception
al values In raw mate
rlal comblned with per
No. 1. feet manufacturing fa
This Skirt Made to cilities makes it possi
Your Measure. ble to give our custom
-In all wool era precisely what they
Volle ........5.50 want at remarkably low
-In Wool prices.
Chiffon ..... $5.50
-In Linen. Tan or Watch this Bulletin for
Natural ......$3.50 our Special June Oiffer
eiad cut for BoSamples. to stout women.
1820 DRYADES STREET. DRYADES STREET CAR FROM FERRY STOPS
IN FRONT OF OUR DOOR.
Watclh This Bltia Every Thursday for Something Now.
to the Grand Lodge of the Knights of
Pythas which met in Baton Rouge
Chas. Chuanova was a visitor at
Misses Louise and Sophia Casanova
and Frank Cerniglia were the guests
of Miss Camille Saucier at Bay St.
Miss Ethel Bodes will entertain the
friends of the Ladies' Home vMislson
Society on Tuesday evening, May 23d,
at her residence, 423 Bermuda street.
(Continued on Page Four.)