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Dovotd to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. UA very lve and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
OL. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. N
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is meeting of :he board of direc
gb the New Orleans Public Li
Mr. Mills wa~s .i,pplinted tempo
is All the pla'e of tile late A. C.
. T. J. Larktin was a:) visitor to1
College lasI "ek. returning
Tharsday ev('trire. le left Sat.
porning on the steamer Comus
t sad Mrs. Loui. IA'hteuf and fam
j leave later in the month for
Mass., wher I ho former will
apoet graduate c(,irse of study.
a the summ.r they contemplate
- Canada for a nont h's visit.
S.Basel Leonard, the eight-year
hter of John lainard, of 719
street, whil' playing on a
L the yard of lhelr home Wed
afternoon, fell and sustained a
leg. Her injuries were at
'by Dr. A. C. Kin,.
Clara Baer is spending a few
" 6 her aunt, Mrs. \. II. Riley.
"' Briggs cottage, near Hiloxi.
osM Baer will go East to enter
University, where she will
*acourse of study through the
.-rines of the Algiers barracks
a detachment from Guan
FWiday morning. The detach
me the same that left here sev
gmes ago, ,being composed of
of the dest-drilled men in
Mkissippi Packet Company's
St. James was Saturday morn
in dock No. 2 of the New
SDr Dock & Ship Building
for a little work on her hull,
being given a general over
Lodge No. 3 met on Friday
a after routine business ac
Sm resignation of Judge Peter
es prelate, his elevation to
tribunal ncessitating this
A. S. Covell was elect
the vacancy. Two esquires
to the rank of knight in
'usenia Moran of Bay St.
MIs, has been the guest of
". Morales of St. Bernard
vblting relatives here.
_-. 'Carey has returned from
Oat where he attended the
of the Louisiana Society
Mrs. Ben Baker and family
a cottage at Abita Springs
Ulegand is spending two
the Welch Cottage in Abita
:lale Donner is spending
ti Franklin, La.
I WRgand, son William and
Mls Carrie, returned home
t'm Bay St. Louis, Miss.,
attended the commence
'0. Mathews and daughter,
of Midland, La., are
time in Algiers.
sWas and daughter Alice
Sunday after a week's
rM accepted a position 4
eift Sunday for her 4
Mrs. T. J. Dexter of i
of Florida spent- the c
T. J. Dexter. t
spent Sunday at t
the'i guest of Miss Alice 9
4 and daughter Ida c
Wednesday after spend
iB eaton Rouge, La.
, brother of Jacob Mey- J
street, left on the (
N. J., to spend the I
is on and daughter-in- i
meeting of the Good a
Siue Club of Algiers, d
i .Sd, the following off
: E. M. Casey, presi t
F. Glacsh, vice-presi-li
. Lewis, second vice
Jp Heap, secretary,
were the delegates
,alerence June 21: Wil
7, Albert Badeaux,
,Anton Graf, Hen'
Brown, J. D. Belton, e
Joseph Duffy, F. M. a
Pitch, J. LeBlanc, J. 5
Collins, A. Gerard, Fe- d
& lwWis, E. Mi. Casey. 0
Was instructed to vote g
Anderson is spending g
at Covington, La., n
the Illness of her little a
Reindei and Antoin. a
Mesrs. Gus Krosh, e
Arthur Palmer left l
·t5es the wedding of il
sad Victorean Pal- -
l Is Munterman and
morning to spend ti
at Abit 8plnag, ri
of Mar. . InteR dl
ot typhe . lier,
'1.1 tL mv
The infant son of Hy. Ferrato and
Lillian Pascale was baptised Saturday,
June 17th, 1911, at the Church of the
Holy Name of Mary, by Rev. Father
Joe. G. Delaire. The sponaprs were
Wm. Serpas and Mary Lewis. The
name bestowed on the little one was
There will be an ice cream sale at
Mrs. Vanderlinden's, corner of Belle
ville and Alix streets, on Thursday,
July 6, beginning at 5 o'clock, one cent
admission. An interesting program
o will be rendered on the lawn. Come
g one, come all. It is for the benefit of
a %ery worthy cause.
is Miss Eloise Schroder is the guest of
Mrs. G. McCubbin at Covington, where
1- she will spend some time.
r Mrs. Jacob Wolverton and children
accompanied Mrs. Gertie Harris ulon
her return to Daisy, La., and will spend
ea while there
The WVorkingmens I'nion and Ben
r- evolent Association held one of the
most interesting meetings since its
a organization on Wednesday night at
7:3o o'clock at Pythian Hall. when fif
a ty candidates were initiated. This is
the largest class initiation ever held
by the association and has been made
Piossible through the placing of the
initiation fee within the reach of all.
M liss Ophelia Koppel left Monday
e Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Koppel spent
Sunday at Ocean Springs.
s L. F. Gisch has returned from Ft.
. orth, Texas.
M- iss Clarisse Baker left Tuesday for
ILafayette, where she will spend a
Faye and Hazel Aycock will leave
Sunday for Baton Rouge.
Mrs. M. H. Bergeron spent the latter
part of last week in Heartsease, visit
H. Mitchell is out of town in Bourg,
La., spending a vacation.
Sts. John Lodge No. 153, F. & A. NI.,
y will celebrate St. John's night Satur
day by giving a banquet at Spanish t
r Fort to their members.
SMrs. Winm. Stalcup and baby boy, t
Borden, of Boothville, La., who have I
been spending some time with their
aunt, Mrs. T. Casanova, will return
home to-morrow. Miss Sophia Casa t
nova will accompany her cousin and
be her guest for the summer.
The marriage of Miss Herreng of St. I
James and Hudson Hunley of Donald- (
sonville, La., was celebrated Friday I
The newly married couple have been c
stopping at the Monteleone and with r
Mrs. Gallinghouse of Bouny street.
They expect to leave shortly for the i
Miss Margaret Lawton, the charm- c
lag young daughter of Mr. P. S. Law- t
ton, was joined in matrimony Wednes- a
day morning to'Francis L. Manthey of 1
the Third District. The ceremony was v
performed at the Church of the Holy t
Name of Mary, Rev. Father St. Martin i
officiating. The young couple have the
best wishes of their many friends. 1h
U. S. NOW WANTS TUNISBURG
.United States District Attorney
Charlton R. Beattie brought another
expropriation suit in the United
States Circuit Court Thursday morn
Ing to secure for Uncle Sam several o
lots needed to complete the boundar
les of the new Immigration station In
Tunisburg, across the river. As in the
case of Mr. Oornelius Gast, he says
that an exorbitant price is asked for a
the land, and that it is imp6ssible to
purchase it by private sale owing to
the unsettled conditions in the suc
cession of Eugene S. Reems.
The'suit is brought against Mrs.
Louisa Fritz Reems, Mrs. Philip E.
Reems, Mrs. William G. Reems, Mrs.
Carrie Reems Haas, Mrs. Frances
Reems Larmann, Mrs. Louise Reems
Bourque, August L. Reems and the
minors, Louise Reems, Eugene S.
Reems and Edith Maud Reems, chil
dren of John E. Reems, deceased.
The defendants will be notified that
Ithere is a valuation to be fixed on this
The ladies of McLellanville have e
completed ,all arrangements for theirla
annual lawn festival to be given at B
Manson's Hall, McLellantville, Satur- tl
day evening, June.24. The committee le
consisting of Misses N. Lewis, A. Hu-nr
guet, L. Klink, Mesers. G. Foster, M. tI
Reooney, J. Hogan, M. Gaspar, Mr. Cu- bI
guset, Mr. Grand, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Ker- o0
ney, have been working hard and are t
oonfldent, with the help of their many
friends, to make the festival a greater t
suocess than former years. The ma- c
sie for the dance.will be furnished by
the Rellanee band, which needs no t
introduction in Algiers. Admission pl
for adults, 15 cents; for children over u
n years of age, 5 cents. c
There will be converances from the W
t~ermins of the Naval Station electric i
railway to the grounds. The people ol
of the Lower Cist ssure their i
rems hem dAlkm a good odl time le
sad are easaiosly lashlg owward to ai
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A. M. & J, SOLARI, Ltd,
ROYAL AND IDERVILLE STREETS.
One block below ('anal Street.
DATE SET FOR THE BAY ADAM
The coming Fourth of July will be
celebrated by the sportsmen of the
neighboring parish of Plaquemines by
a grand regatta which is to take place
at Bay Adam on that date.
Bay Adam is a celebrated fishing
spot on the Grand Isle railroad, about
thirty-five miles below New Orleans,
on the west bank of the Mississippi
river. Most of our best oysters, par
ticularly those from Bayou Cook, are a
product of that general locality, and
the place is well known to many of our
amateur fishermen, who are accus
tomed to spend their weekends out
there. The bay, or more properly, the
lake, is a fine body of water, some sev
en miles long by three miles wide, and
a most successful regatta was given
there a few years ago.
The general committee in charge of
the event is composed of Messrs. John
Dymond, Jr., James Wilkinson, Frank
C. SMevers. J. B. Fasterling and Joseph
Hingle, with Mr. John Dymond, Jr., as
chairman. In speaking of the coming
regatta, Chairman Dymond said:
"There has been such an enormous
increase in the number of motorboats
in the last couple of years in that lo
cality that yachtsmen have been
prompted to undertake the giving of
another regatta this year at Bay Adam.
The committee has been actively at
work for some time on the details of
the event, and all the prospects pro
mise a most delightful occasion.
"The events will consist of the fol
"A speed boat. An open motor boat.
A cabin motor boat. A lugger. A flat
boat. A skiff. A pirouge race."
Hon. Theodore S. Wilkinson is to
enter his speed boat from Myrtle
Grove, as also R. Gordon, from South
Pass. It is expected that a number of
other fast boats of this class will com
pete for the handsome prizes that are
offered. In fact it is hoped that some
of New Orleans friends will enter their
fast boats in this event. The lugger
is the popular rig for the working
boats in this locality and most of them
are engaged in the oyster industry. In
order that our oyster fishermen may
take part in the regatta, a special
event, in the shape of a lugger race,
has been arranged. This was a most
popular feature in our last regatta,
presenting a beautiful sight, and it is
believed that the success of the event
will be repeated.
There will be a pirouge race, to be
paddled along Doullut's canal from the
bay to the railroad, which is expected
to present some interesting and excit
To Provide for Visitors.
Ample provision will be made to en
tertain our visiting friends and the sea
food products of that locality, deli
ciously prepared-oysters, shrimp,
crabs and fish-will be found available
in abundance. To those from the city
who may wish to visit the regatta, an
nouncement is made that the Grand
Isle railroad will run a special train to
Bay Adam that morning. The fare for
the round trip will be $1, the train will
leave the Algiers depot at 8 o'clock a.
m., and will return to New Orleans
that night. A number of large power
boats will be available for affording an
opportunity to witnes the races from
In addition to the prizes provided by
the committee, other prizes have been
contributed as follows:
By Captain Milton P. Doullut, a
handsome silver service for the first
prise in the lugger race; by T. Haus
mann & fms, a silver pitcher, for the
cabin motor boat race; by Woodward,
Wight & Co., lAd, a pair of polished
bras red and green side lights for one
of the motor boat races. Them will
be music and dancing, a special partl
la bema erected lor the perpom sad
at lt thre w iii e an el kbert dis.
l-- et .we
GRADUATE TRAINED NURSE.
The many friends of Mrs. J. G. L)u
chein are pleased to note that she has
received her diploma from the New
Orleans College of Midwifery and also
successfully passed the State Board
of Examination, where she made a
splendid record, havine been given one
of the highest percentages of the class
which qualities her as a registered mid
wife. Hler friends wish her much suc
cess in her new profession, and hav
ing a loving and jovial disixosition she
has endeared herself to her many
A MEMORIAL SERVICE.
On Thursday, June I ,th. at Pythian
Hlall. Algiers, a memoral service was
held under the auspices of Orange
(;rove No. 9, \'oodmen ('ircle, in c(om
nlemoration to the lelllor of those
-members of the Circle who had passed
into the Great HeVond. The hall was
'crowded with the relatives and friends
of the deceased menlt-rs, and all that
were present were well pleased with
what they saw and stated that it was
olne of the most touchinrg ceremonies
that they had ever witnessed. Great
i credit should be given to Guardian
Amelia Smith, who acted as presiding
offic.er for thie manner in which she[
delivered her part, which was the most
important part of the whole ceremony.
The part was not only a well spoken
one, but was acted as should have
been and delivered with much feeling.
The following oflicers and members
Guardian Amelia Smith, who took
e off the part of presiding officer.
Past Guardian Mary E. Pollock, who
e acted as guardian.
Clerk Hattie M. Tufts, who acted as
So'. Selina Sutherland, who acted as
Advisor Mary Jacobs, who acted as
Chaplain Louisa B. Cassanova, who
acted as chaplain.
Sov. Julia Erickson. who acted as
attendant and also recited "Roses,"
which was highly appreciated and was
appropriate to the occasion.
Asst. Attendant Sov. Carrie Seeger,
Inner Sentinal Sov. Capdeviplle, who
acted as inner sentinel.
Manager Ida Hymel. Emma Short,
Grace Pruitt. who acted as managers.
Sov. Lena Maguire, who acted as
Rosa Nolan. who ac.-'d as Remem
Sov. Louisa Cassanova, who acted
Sov. C. Abbott. who acted as Power.
Organist Gertie Back rendered her
part as it should be and sang The Holy
City in a manner that made an Im
pression on the members and friends
Grand Guardian Elmira Vaeth's son
Dupuis sang "Face to Face," assisted I
by the grand guardian.
The orator of the day was Mrs. Mul
len, guardian of Emma Weber Grove,
who did the part well, not only mak
ing a neat talk on the lives of the de
ceased members, but also impressed on
each friend present the necessity of -
taking out insurance and providing for
the future of their loved ones.
MOtOR BOAT RIDE.
On last Sunday, Walter J. Wright
took some of his friends for a ride to c
Peach Orchard on the outfall drainage t
r canal in the Laura W. One of their 2
Sguests, Archie Murphy, spoke very *
i highly of the canal and the condition I
Iof the bayous, as well as the watert
I lilles now being almost entirely ex- c
Sterminated. Mrs. W. J. Wright, who t
I also understands the running of a
gasoline engine, had full charge of the t
machinery during the trip. The jollyt
crowd spent a pleasant day. f
Remaining at Station A, New Or- a
leans, La., postoffice, week ending
Jane 22, 1911:
Women-Mrs. A. Dupluessee, Mrs. 1
Richard Jefferson, Mrs. John Farmen, i
Mrs. Josephipe Rollins.
Men-J. Piperies (foreign).
M iscellaneous-Algiers Gazette. t
J. W. DANIELS, Supt. h
PROMOTED TO McDONOGH HIGH h
SCHOOL No. 3.
Allen Orleans, Louise Cauvin, Fu
nice Dezauche, Esther Gahn, Cather
ine Heap, Estelle Hibben, Marcella a
Johnson, Roberta Hafkesbring. Ida
Krogh, Esther Marxen, Sophie Miller,
Etta Pettigrove, Miriam Russo, Alma
Smith, Violet Strassel and Blanche
While at the McDonoghville ceme- g
Itery the other day, attending a funeral,
Mayor Behrman stated that he noticed 2
ithe inscriptions on the tomb of John I
McDonogh were becoming effaced and a
,he will eugge~t to the McDonogh Comn
mission having the inscriptions re
I This is quite a historic epot to New a
e Orleam, especially as the old tomb at a
I one time contained the body of John
SMcDoaogh the benefactor of the New a
I Orlem ublic schooils. On the tomb a
are aso aeeriptiom et the andme Me*
DTnssh - smaa sad gradtel. *
UK. M. DAVID IIASPI'L.
Practice limited to diseases (of
ear, nose and throat. Offile,
Commercial-Germania Hank Ilg .
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours 9 to 11::0-Tueslday
Thursday and Saturday by ap
New Orleans ()ffice, Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to .
until Sept. 1st.
MRS. MARY OWEN CONLEY.
Mrs. Mary Owen Conley died -June
14, 1911, at 4::0) p. in. Deceased was
born in Ireland 78 years 10 months ago.
l)eath has folded her dark wings
around one of our dear old homes in
our town and taken from our midst
our mother and friend, Mrs. Mary Ow
en ('onley, after many months of suf
fering, which she bore with Christian
fortitude. Having resided in our town
for 45 years, she will be missed by
many. Deceased leaves two daughters
and one son and several grandchildren,
who were present at her bedside when
the Angel of Death claimed her.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to
Rev. Fr. Delair and Dr. J. A. Babin;
also to our friends for their kindness
in our hour of need. 0
PAY US A
DURING THESE HOT DAYS BUY
WHERE GOODS ARE RELIABLE,
SANITARY AND CLEAN.
BOILED HAM, BONELESS HAM,
BACON, FANCY SPARE RIBS. ALL
KINDS OF CHEESE.
LEMONS, 25c A DOZEN.
GEORGIA MELONS ON ICE.
AUG. SCHABEL, THE GROCER,
PATTERSON AND OLIVIER STS.
Dedication of Church.
Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'cloek
our new church will be dedicated to
the service of the Lord. Rev. A. J.
Schliesser, the newly called pastor,
will deliver the dedication sermon,
Rev. Wambqganss will have charge of
the ceremonies. At this service the
children of the confirmation class will
be confirmed after having been previ
ously examined in the Christian doc
trines last Sunday. A general invita
tion is herewith extended to all our
friends to come and rejoice with us on
this day. The collection which will be
taken up at this service will be appro
priated to the building fund. Every
assistance, though yet so small will be
The church as it now stands com
pleted is an ornament to our burg.
The inner appearance with its fine al
tar, pulpit, pews, windows and chande
liers is pleasing to behold.
At night at 8 o'clock our present pas
tor, Rev. F. Wambsganss, will deliver
his farewell sermon. It is with a heavy
heart that we see him go, yet.we wish
him God's blessing and much success
in his new field of labor. At the same
time we rejoice that God has so soon
provided us with a new pastor. Rev.
Schliesser expects to be with us in
about a month.
Between and after services next
Sunday refreshments will be served by
the ladies of the Helping Hand Circle,
also a light lunch so that they who
want to stay for the night service need
not go home for supper.
Monday morning at 8 o'clock the
first communion service will be held.
The children who will receive their
first communion are: John Meyer,
Harry Page, Shirley Manning, Clar
ence Beritchowiftch, Douglas Cayard,
Agnes Duplain, Myrtle Hantel, Wil
helmina Meder, Mary Richards, Mar
gareth Hofer, Kate Green, Sophie Tegt
meier, Caroline Brauninger, Freda We
The members of the building com
mittee and Helping Hand Circle are
kndly requested to be at the church
Priday and laturay algisn to deeorate
it uad et everjtiag In emine~ .
"Screen my cistern"
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
MR. GOFF RETURNS.
A large meeting of labor men was
held Monday night at the Pythian
Hall, Algiers, at which the report of
Mr. Thomas J. Goff, who attended the
conference at Salt Lake City recently,
at which all branches of the iron
trades in the employ of the Harriman
railroads were represented, was given.
Mr. Goff had gone to the Utah metrop
olis to attend the convention of the
Blacksmiths' Union, and was delegated
by the employes in the Southern Pa
cific shops in Algiers to represent them
at the conference.
Mr. Goff's report dealt with the ac
tion of this conference, which decided
to enter into a joint contract with the
Harriman lines in the various locali
ties. This contract, it is understood,
will be presented about September
and will call for an eight-hour day and
better pay. Heretofore, the contracts
with the different branches of labor
have been made separately, but ac
cording to the conference agreement
all of the iron workers will be govern
ed by the terms of but one contract.
Until October 1st my Algiers office
will be located at 232 Bermuda street,
hours from 6:30 to 7:30 p. m., or I
may be seen there by appointment.
A G000 INVESTMENT!
PROPERTY, corner Powder and Eliza
streets, can be used as a store or
double dwelling. Will sell on easy
terms payable monthly, quarterly, or
semi-annually, title guaranteed. Only a
small amount required to be paid as
cash first payment. For further partic
ulars and information call on
WEST SIDE REALTY CO., 500 Verret.
P507 Patterson Street
SNext to Commercial
ESTn' a npped in city
S d.nyit r Official Watch Inspector
Jewelry. A ftai line of eye
l-ases b " M.L.& T. R.'R. Company
T. TRANCmINI West End Hotel
verything in Season Well Cooked
E Ejoy one of ar meals on the big gallery while you see the show nd
hear the bead. Open throughout.
Why You Like to Get Your
Shoes at Our Store
Because we make you feel that we want to please and satisfy
you thoroughly, because we don't grumble at showing you any
anumber of styles and sizes--until you get just what you want,
because we don't hurry you--we let you take your own time
to decide upon a certain style or size, because we act cheer
fully about it--and help you in every possible way, that's why
our customers stick to us year in and year out.
Renecky Shoe Store VAL,,, ,
WHERE TrE SUN IS BRIGHT.
A wedding of interest to friends and
relatives in Algiers took place at
Amite, La.. Thursday afternoon at the
bride's home in that city, when Mr.
Charles Krogh and Miss Victorean
Palmier were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony. Miss l:lizabeth Pal
mier, sister of the bride, and Mr. Gus
Krogh. brother of the groom, acted as
bridesmaid and groomsman. A recep
tion followed the ceremony and all
left on the evening train for Algiers,
where they have taken up their home
in Bouny street. Those who went up
to be present at the wedding were:
Mr. and Mrs. S. 1). Krogh, Misses Ber
tha Heindel, Hlolletta and Antoinette
Krogh and Messrs. John Heindel, Ar
thur Palmier and W. Owens. Our pest
wishes go out to the young couple.
MAGNOLIA PLEASURE CLUB.
On Sunday, at Milneburg. the Mag
nolia Pleasure Club entertained their
friends at Our Camp. This was the
first anniversary of the organization
and the guests were treated to a fine
dinner which was greatly enjoyed, as
well as the amusements furnished.
The following were present: A. C.
Prados, C. Matulich, T. J Schaffer, W.
Matulich, F. Braal, W. F. Owens, C.
Bilias. J. Matulich, W. Bloom, Ed.
House. J. Thorning.