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XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1911. No. 19.
vowers of Slidell, La., is
" her mother, Mrs. Jno.
Renecky spent 8un
of ,Empire, La., spent
Ed. McCormack and
rturned Saturday from
y presented her hues
* kby boy last week.
Circle will hold its
tonight at Pythian
Rabin and two children
Kinkaid left yester
gpme time at Midland.
SSept. 17th, the infan4
,lTaddeus Cronin and
Was baptized in the
Holy Name of Mary.
were John Euper and
lice. The name bestow
lile one was Gertrude
Salathe had his toe
Satnrday by being
a vehicle at the corner of
and Opelousas avenue.
Ms. Sam Oswald and chil
tinday at Bay St. Louis.
there, Mr. Oswald had
to run a fish-hook in
`H was attended by Dr.
who left a few
Turis to accept a posl
tetarned again to our
1 Begins Monday 25--Oh, What Joy It Is
,. ` *
nabout them, and lookin for something to
number of trimmed and untrimmed hats-
a,.p'j iee; they just the thing for the
_dren will soon be marching to school--we have
about them, and looking for something to
we purchased from a large factory at our own
nme ber of trimmed anported untrimmed hats
them to you this week lo at a great big saving.
There are 200 dozen in this lotthat sell
regularly for 41, $1.50 and even $2
r ' api~e; theydre just the thing for the
.L4 little one to wear to school; 49 c
while they last we offer at
ene oie of these little Imported
iats free with every purchase
this weekas long as they . ;I,
IF YOU HAVE NEVER TASTED
German or Irish Bcon
YOU CAN NOW TICKLE THE PA
LATE AND SATISFY YOUR
WILL HAVE BOTH ON 8ALE
The Pure Green Turtle Meat is
not always easy to precure, and of
ten when most wanted is not avail
able. A few cans of the Tangier
Packing of Green Turtle Meat in the
pantry makes it possible to have
Turtle Soup at any time--35 cents
a can, $4 dozen.
OKRA AND TOMATOES-A Com
bination that every housekeeper
knows the value of. Many a. pre
judiced against its use because
packed in tin. We now have it in
glass. One look at a Jar is sure to
win your canfdence. Two-pound
jar, 15 cents; $1.75 dozen.
A, M. & J, SOLARI, LNl.
DISTRIBUTORS OF HIGH
GRADE FOOD AND DRINK
AND FAMILY GROCERS
TO THE EXACTING PE)
PLE OF NEW ORLEANS
AND HOMES ALL OVER
Main ouse :
ROYAL AND IBBRVILLE BTREETS
One Block Below Canal Street.
city to take up his old position with
one of the manufacturing stationers in
Miss Minnie Goebel spend Sunday at
Ocean Springs, Miss.
Jos. Thorning and daughters, Misses
Edwina and Halloween, returned last
Thursday morning from a tour of the
Mrs. Geo. Peffrkorn and children
returned to their home in Lafayette,
Friday, after spending some time here.
Mrs. J. Ehlers bas the sympathy of
her many friends in the death of her
mother, Mrs. Jas. W. Reed, of the
Miss M. Switzer was a visitor to
Mrs. C. E. Mongue last week.
Mrs. J. E. Huckins and daughter
Zelda have returned from Ocean
Springs, where they spent the sum
Prof Gwinn, superintendent of the
public schools, announced that there
will be no substitute teachers employ
ed in any of the white schools during
the ensuing session, as the supply of
normal graduates and those who have
passed the examination for teachers'
certificates will be amply sufficient to
fill all the vacancies.
William Lilly leaves today as chief
carpenter on the steamer Quincy, ply
ing between New Orleans and St.
The baby daughter of Hon. and Mrs.
Charles Hantel was baptized Sunday
September 10, at the Trinity Luther
an Church, by Rev. A. Schllesser. The
sponsors were Miss Amelia Hantel
and J. Vital. The name bestowed on
the Ititle one was Anna Abita.
Misses Grace Vallette, Velma Lands
and Wanda Short, and Mr. Earl A. Val
lette were graduated from Spencer's
Businses College Saturday night.
The marriage of Guichino Grilletta
of St. Louis Cathedral parish and Miss
Florence Grifassi of the Lower Coast,
was solemnized Monday evening at
the Church of the Holy Name of Mary.
The attendants were Angelo Cascia and
Miss Mary Labina.
John T. Koester is seriously ill at
his home in Bonny street.
Dr. E. J. Kevlin of Pontchatoual vis
Do you know that you can .
Corner Patterson and Olivier Streets,
For both Boys and Girls.
: Our Prices are Less Than Canal Street Prices. We
Are Willing to Prove This.
SPECIAL-We carry a nice and up-to-date line
of Knee Pants, in Straight-cut or Bloomers.
We also carry a nice line of Boys' Suits and Hats.
All styles and sizes.
A call to the HUB will convince you. We are al
ways glad to show you through our stock.
CORNER PATTERSON AND OLIVIER STS.
ited his mother last Friday and Satur
Miss Rachel L. Benjamin is visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. S. Slack, at 235
NEW TOMOTOES, 5c A CAN.
NEW SEEDED RAISINS, 10c A
NEW SUPERIOR PEAS, 10c A CAN.
NEW CORNED BEEF, 10c A
FANCY SPARE RIBS.
TENDER PIG FEET.
PICKLED PORK IHON.
FANCY BREAKFAST BACON.
LINEN INK PADS, 5c EACH, OR
50 A DOE.
COMPOSITION BOOKS (NINE
DIFFERENT .INDS), 4c EACH, OR
45. 1 DOE.
TEST PADS, 4c AND 5c EACH.
PENCIL PADS, 2 FOR 10c, 4c AND
CARTER'S INK, 4c A BOTTLE.
PE3 HOLDERS,.lc AND Sc EACH.
FABER PENCILS, 2 FOR Sc.
FANCY PENCILS, 3 FOR Sc.
PENCILS, lc EACH.
DRAWING PENCILS, Sc EACH.
CRAYONS, 4c EACH.
NOTE BOOKS, Sc EACH.
PATTERSON AND OLIVIER STS
at our show
You will see here
thing you want.
F. C. DUVIC
*m eeeeuusr us h
New Barber Shop
b Iue..r 1 Cestmsm .
b.rber sp et the cermar
a wý. 51wTs r.k. $E..
"ip,- ~IISI ~po
Do You Wish
If so stop your wishing and come
In and let us explain our plan to you
by which any one can easily make a
nice income. We especially Invite the
newly-weds aid those about to be,
to whom we extend every courtesy.
Homes furnished in the most mod
ern fashion; cash or open account.
Tour patronage solicited. Bay at
home and help build up your town.
J. C. Mathewes,
838 MORGOAN ST., ALGIERS, LA.
MARINES ARE ORDERED
FROM THE NAVAL STATION
Orders were received from Washing
ton Monday by Sergeant Stevens, in
charge of the marines at the naval
Station, that the men leave the sta
tion at once. They left Wednesday.
seven going to the naval academy at
Annapolis, Md.; ten to Port Royal,
eight to Washington, four to Key
West and one to New York. Thirty
of the marines were semt to Philadel
phia about a month ago.
The naval collier Sterling arrived at
the station early Monday and will take
away all the stores, except the coal.
Naval Constructor W. B. Fogarty of
the New Orleans and Pensacola yards
has been ordered to duty at Puget
Commander Helm Is expecting to re
ceive orders any day transferring him
to another point.
CANAL STREET PRICES.
The new management of the Hub,
located at the corner of Patterson and
Olivier streets, makes a special an
nouncement this week on the first page
of The Terald regarding some new
stock they have just received, and they
desire to impress upon the Algiers peo
ple that it is not necessary to go to the
city to make purchases of dry goods
when thqy are able and willing to
prove that they not only meet the
prices i nthe city, but In a great many
instances sell at a lower price than
some of the large stores on Canal
street are able to do. Mr. Botnich, the
genial proprietor, is showing a hand
some line of children's clothes, both (
girls and boys, at astonishingly low
prices. They have also added quite a -
big line of school supplies, represent- ,
ing tablets, pencils, and all other sta
tionery that is needed for the children.
These are also being sold at as low
a price as can be purchased anywhere.
M'r. lLbick states this is an oppor
tunity to show your civic pride in a
local district by biuring at home, as it
were, and in order to encourage home
beying he has made a special elort
by laying In an assortment that will
please the thrifty mother who is out
continually looting for bargains. -
FALLS THROUGH WINDOW.
Norris Nolan cat his right wrist se
verely last week while working at 4822
Caremdelet street. He was standin
oe a barrel ad, the latter overturnlang
saddealy, he wan tiwm agaIst a
I mdow aab. d aget 8m sladlhig the
w rist as it went thmorh n p .. The
i wead bledt ~abely, ad the Charity
HPsgkal ambulame was seamt hor. o
ILC R tw.- vrm, a aeIalle
I w a. r s te 'rn hiabms
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
DRS. MIOTON AND WHITMIRE
Practice limited to diseases of
eye. Office: Commerclal-Ger.
mania Bank Bldg., corner Verret
and Patterson Sts. Hours: 9 to
11:30 Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1
New Orleans omce: Medical
Bldg. Hours, 1t to 1 and 2 to 5.
DR. M. DAVID HASPEL,
Practice limited to diseases of
ear, nose and throat. Office,
Commercial-Germania Bank Big.,
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours 9 to 11:30-'Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday by ap
New Orleans Oce, Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5.
Third District Building Ass'n
A Co-operative and Home-buying
Office, 2601 Royal Strat, Corer Lafayette A emw
I.wple eratd April 1lth, 1887
Capital authorised ........................................$5 000,000 00
Capital subscribed .....................................$1,512,0 00
Funds for loans always available, without premiums or bonus. Interest
eases on every $130.00 par value of shares paid. Runlnlg stock may be paid
for in weekly or monthly installments. Advanced paid or prepaid stock requires
no regular stated yaymeats. Cash dividends are apportiosed on all stock semi.
annually, In MAY and NOVIMBER. Dividends are T per cent. per annum.
Contingent Fund is over $13,000.00.
ANDR=EW P. MARMOUGBT, Pro. ADAM GAMBEL, Tressre.
FRIANK B. THOMA, Ateorsey. WM. FRANTE Voe-Prvednt.
WM. . SCHEILE, IBeretery. PRED ZENGEL, NoterT.
A. P. Marmoaget Wm. Frants Adam Oambel W. F. . ebele
Frank B. Thomas Pred Zengel Peter Judlln Hy. L. Frants
Philip H. Thesol Hy. Ortland C. Stander Philip Porscbler
John Hamimel Vie. Lambou Louis Sporl John Logenbubi
Louis Schuler J. C. Dodt B. . Kearns George eorts
Geo. V. Pacbs . W. Vedreasne Philip J. Schoe L. F. Otsch
J. E. HUCKINS
IS THE WALL PAPER MAN YOU WANT TO DO
324 Aix Street. Phone AlgIers 213.
WALL PAPER FROM Sc. UP.
Why You Like to Get Your
Shoes at Our Store
Becaus we saiks yes fIl that we wast to please sad satisfy
yes thsreuIly, because we dom't grumble at showitg you amy
.umber . styles and sise--eatil you get just what you want,
because we ds't hurry yes-we let yes take your ows time
to decide upes a certain style r size, becase we act cheer
ully aheut it--ed help yes ia every pesible way, that's why
Seur custmers stick to u year is aLdyear out.
SReneoky Shoe Store 'PATTSS
P w r1Sa im aS IaR uoaQ.
IN USED PIANOS AND
For a Few Days Only
We need the room and they've
got to go regardless of value.
The dally arrival of our new Spriag
Stock of Pianos and Player Planes Is
as crowding oar boote or wareroome
tat we are compelled to esacrle a
number at high-grade ased planes to i
cure the aecessary exhibltio pace.
Never before have we bhad uch a large
collectioa of such Instruments, and pee
lbly never agaln will such an opgpo.
tunty present Itself to beu oa suck
terms and at suc prices
dlis lart PlaU esm,Lti.
J. P. SIMMONS, Preldnt.
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