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.OL. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911. Ne. 22.
g u=lar monthly meeting of the
n Mothers' Club will be
- Friday, October 13, at 2:30 p.
g members are invited through
--lum, as there will be no cards
Maria Louise Brinker, Capt.
Drisker, Mrs. Jack Brinker, Mrs.
trisker and Miss Louisa Brinker,
mer residents of Algiers, who
sn residing in Apple Grove, 0.,
past four years, are now in New
aw and will reside here in the
.Veabillc night school at McDonogh
4 school opened Monday evening
h 1911.12 season.
y Holdeman of Empire, La.,
stfew days here this week.
wedding of Miss Daisy F. Bach
0L C. Sims aill take place on Oct.
at the home of the bride's parents,
sad Mrs. . P. Bach.
Jas. McMahon presented her
with a fine baby boy last Fri
May Devoe will leave Sunday
.McCarthy spent a few days
bis mother this week.
Gaffney spent a few days
Sis family here.
ls. L. Ahysen and two children
Miss Daisy Bach left Sunday to
a while at Bunkie, La.
i' . Hicks of 81idell avenue left last
to spend some time at Monroe,
Era M. lais is doing nicely after
a mlaed to the bed for several
Ba Wman. Babin expects to leave
ry tr a trip to Los Angeles, Cal.
TEACHER OF MUSIC
T, SMR MODERATE
st saoth ssrsey or write
to U4 aerans St.
DON'T FORGET THAT
. BECK BROS.
NAVE MOVED FROM CAMP AND CANAL STREETS TO
THEIR NEW OPTICAL PARLORs
No. 116 Baronne Street
ad Velvet Hoods
First quality wool felt, in all
wanted colors, including
- white, regular $2.00 value;
ial for Friday and
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You Possibly Know it Better by
Name Than by Taste.
Arthur S. Hoyt, Manufacturer o
Iloyt's (Gum Gluten Foods, is Introduc
ing to the public a canning of Chop
,uey that he gtuarantees to he a product
of the highest order and one that phys
acians will take pleasure In recommend
ing as a healthful diet.
We Now Have It On Sale, 25 Cents
Take Pleasure in Announcing First
1911 catch of Norway Mackerel. Among
the assortment we have tish that sell
for 15. 25. 30 and :5 cents, all the
anme quality-dlfference in price ac
cording to izeP.
1911 pack of New Self-Raising and
Plain Buckwheat. Self -aising. ltk, .20
and 33c a package; Plain, 5c a pound.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ld
ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS.
Henry F. Kraft, of New Albany, Ind.
has been the guest of Dr. C. V. Kraft'
and Mrs. Fred Goebel.
Miss Ruby L. Walsh returned Sun
day evening from Covington, La.,
where she has been a visitor of St.
Scholastica's Academy for the past
Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Boscoe Baz.
zarinni, and Henry F. Kraft were week.
end visitors to Bay Adam.
Mrs. A. J. Gerard and little daugh
ter Audrey have returned from Brook
H. Ricker is spending some time with
Jos. Miller and Hy. Schultz left yes
terday for Baton Rouge, Ia.
Mrs. Wm. M. Iouderbough and little
son Harry, of Daisy, La., are guests
of her sister, Mrs. Jno. J. Braal.
Conrad Prisch of the steamer Creole
spent a few days with his parents this
Louis Webert left Sunday for Fort
Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cir
cle, held a banner meeting last Thurs
day evening. Every chair was filled
and there were many visitors from
Rose, Eva Dupre, Emma Weber and
Magnolia Oroves. The members weone
indeed gratified to have so many visit
ors present and several interesting
addresses were made.
CIVIC LEAGUES, McDONOGH No. 1.
The social side of life develops in
the schoolroom and leads one to un
derstand what is required of a good
citizen. The little citizen must know
his relation to the community, and his
duty as a citizen. For these reasons
and also for the preservance and beau
tifying of the school and school
grounds, various civic leagues were or
ganized in McDonogh No. 4 school.
The following civic leagues were
organized in McDonogh No. 4 school:
Progressive Civic League, Justin Pu
jol. president; Thos. Buchholz, vice
president; Thos. Kennair, recording
secretary; Michael Donely. treasurer.
The Moral Civic League. Foster Ry
an, president; Louis Nelson, vice-presi
dent; Raymond Healy, secretary; John
Sixth Grade A.
Onward Civic League, Arthur Gay
aut, president; Oliver Borne, vice
president; Lee Bairnsfather, secre
tary; Leslie Forrest, treasurer.
Sixth Grade B.
Energetic Civic League, Ulysses
Wattigney, president; James Murphy,
vice-president; Magnus Harper, secre
tary; Fultn Corbett, treasurer.
Fifth Grade A.
Progressive Civic League, Roy Nik
laus, president; Seldon Talbot, vice
president; Birney Rousselle, secretary;
Thomas Leathem, treasurer.
Fifth Grade B.
The Busy-Workers Civic League, An
drew Worley, president; Anthony Ger
rets, vice-president; Stanley McMa
hon, secretary; Richard Maher, treas
Fourth Grade B.
Willing Workers Civic League, Wil
Illam Spencer, president; Sunta Tran
china, vice-president; George Rey
nolds, secretary; Orrin Christy, treas
Earnest Workers' Civic League, Hart
Schwarsenbach, president; Louis Lan
fer, vice-president; Joseph Garrick,
secretary;' fl7Ois Glilder, treasurer.
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
While the attendance at the meet
ing of the branch of the Woman's Aux
iliary to the Board of Missions last
Tuesday night was not large, owing to
the unsettled weather, important busi
ness was transacted, and it is coni
dently expected that the work has
been much advanced. It was deter
mined that in accordance ith the re
quest that each parish should have
some special service in preparation
for the meeting of the Jubilee of Mis
sions which will be held on the 3rd
and 4th of November in our city, that
we, our branch of the Auxiliary at
tend the celebration of the Holy Com
munion at 7:30 a. m., on St. Luke's
day, which will be next Wednesday,
and urge upon our ladies that they
join in the service.
The first meeting of the fall of the
Ladies Guild will take place at the
rectory next Tuesday night, and a
large attendance is requested.
The entertainment given at the
Market Theatre last Saturday night,
through the courtesy of Mr. Philip Fo
to, the proceeds of which are to be
used in the painting of the rectory,
was very largely attended, and every
one who was present expressed them
selves as delighted with the program
offered. The moving pictures were
splendid, the last one In particular,
seeing the fathers at work in the feld
one could imagine himself at St. An
drew'a on the mountain, the home in
the south of the Order of the Holy
Creoss, one of the Orders in our Church
of men who have devoted themselves
to the single life in their belief that
in that way they can accomplish more
good The little play-I'he Village
Priest, which was very well acted
Trinity Ev. Lath. Church, corner Oli
vier and Eliza streets: English service
8 a. m., Sunday school 9:15, German
service 10:30 a. m. English service
every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. A. J.
Schliesser, pastor, 438 Olivier street.
CARD OF THANI$S
In behalf of the committee of ladles
having in charge the recent entertaln
meat, nd for the Vestry sad Congre
sation of Mount Olivet Chpe I de
se aMto expre appcatien for the
spemM entertalament gives at the
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FANCY TENDER PIG TONGUES.
NEW SAUER KRAUT, JUST IN.
FANCY SPARE RIBS.
NEW SEEDED RAISINS.
TOMATOES. 5c PER CAN.
PATTERSON AND OLIVIER.
CHARLES HANTEL SURPRISED.
Charles Hantel was surprised by a
party of his friends in honor of the
forty-sixth anniversary of his birth last
Saturday night, when he was present
ed with a handsome token of esteem.
Refreshments were served and a de
lightful evening was spent. Those
present were: Rev. and Mrs. Schllesser,
Captain and Mrs. Jos. Worley, Mr. and
Mrs. Gus. Weber, Mr. and Mrs. George
Brunssann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Mahon. Louis Webert, Emile Cayard,
J. Vidal, Ed. Kleinkemper. E. Wecker
ling, Max Hantel, A. Worley, Charles
Hantel, Jr., Emil Hantel, Mrs. F. Statz
kowski, Miss Amelia Hantel, Mrs. Ed.
Kleinkemper, Mrs. J. O'Brien, Misses
Frances Statzkowski, Emma Hantel,
Hattie Worley, Hilda Hantel, Mamie
Schroeder. N. O'Brien.
On last Saturday, Oct. 7th, little Al
ma Shields enterta+ned her many little
friends in honor of her fifth birthday.
The yard was beautifully decorated
with flags and Japanese lanters. A
large table was spread down the center
of the yard, ,beautifully decorated with
ferns and rare flowers, and in the cen
ter was a large birthday cake, prepared
especially for the occasion.
Delicious refreshments were served
in abundance and games were enjoyed
until a late hour.
The Teddy Bear game was the chief
attraction for the little ones, Miss Mil
dred Camus winning the first prize, a
pretty fan, and Miss Dorothy Kraft
winning the consolation prize, a bottle
of perfume. The boys' first prise was
won by Master James Johnson.
The little ones were sorry when it
was time to leave and all voted little
Alma the most charming of entertain
Those present were: Misses Carlotta
and Dorothy Kraft, Adele Guiliot, Hel
en Huckins, Margaret Finley, E. and
A. Donner, Ura Babin, Margaret Barr,
May Landry, Maggie Reynolds, Ruth
Frldolin, Alden Johnson, Mary Crow
ley, Irene and Lillian Gerrets, Ruth
Strassel, Elenore Lilly, Mildred Ca
mus, Vivian Vallette, Alice Whelan.
Julia Cayard, 8tella LeBlanc, Malcrena
and Lorena Munts, Gladys Bofll, Laona
and Hilda Niklaus, Bertha Cleutat,
Marie Pensky, R., A.- and L. McClosky,
Louise Bourgeois, Annette Marie Ed
wina Shields, Anna and Mary Louise
Foster, Martha Adams, and Alma
Shields; Masters Earl Brown, Willie
Niklaus, Chester Camus, Richard and
Theran Keen, Rene Comeaux, Jas. Car
ter, Werner Bourgeois, Alvin McGivney,
Jas. Johnson, Stanley Brown, Charles
Gerrets, William Burke, Roland Cay
ard, Landry Adams, Earl and Simeon
Shields; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gerretts,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barr, Mrs. Bana
han, Mrs. K. Albright, Mrs. Wm. Burke,
Mrs. T. S. McGivney, Mrs. E. J. Shields
Mrs. M. Foster, Mrs. Richard Donner,
Mrs. Jos. Adams, Mrs. F. Marie, Mr. A.
Meric (an old hero of the Confeder
acy), and Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Shields.
The Bas Club gave a stag on Tues
day evening at rFred Lecourt's lawn.
The evening was a most enjoyable
one. A whole roast lamb was set be
fore the jolly crowd and Sam C. Os
wald, the chef, and his uistant, Jos.
Mohan, were congratulated on the ele
gant repast that they had prepared.
This is the first time that a lamb has
been roasted whole and when it was
put on the table everyone voted the
chef and his assistant frst-class in
Jos. Bowers and John Ramos made
Those present were: W. P. Salathe,
Jr, red Lecourt, O. Bourgeois, Ross
Vallette, John Ramos, Aug. Mayer, E.
Salathe, C. Spahr, P. Capderas, Capt.
Chas. Clasen, W. Hints, L. P. Vinet,
Jos. Bbwers, Sid Oswald, 8. C. Os
wald, E. Klink ad Jos. Mohair.
ALGIERS ATHLETIC CLUB.
The first cial tfunction of the new
Algiers Athletic Club will take place
at their hall, corner Pelican avenue
and Boany street, on the night of Sat
urday, October 21, which will be for
the baneit of the relef fund. This is
an orlgnlsation made up ot the young
ma of our town who have rented the
old laundry in Pelicam avenue amd bare
convertee it lanto a clubbeose. The
emmite of arransmnts for the af
tur is as folows: 0. MoGira, hafi
me; aA. isrs, am. ote; A. Gaiu
nIS, . lsterde, T. M rseasm. £. A
eusm.n Admhand wtl ho 15 e.a
ALGIERS LODGE OF CARMEN OR
Monday night at Pythian Hall there
was quite a busy scene, which brought
back to the minds of the people the
strike of the carmen at Algiers a few
years ago. There was a big gathering
at Pythian Hall Monday night, and it
was the organization of the carmen
who also walked out during the strike
to assist their brothers in winning out
against the Harriman interests. The
old Algiers lodge of carmen was one
of the largest on the Southern Pacific
lines, but while they had practically
lost their previous strike they also be
came disorganized and went out of ex
istence. Their reorganization, which
took place Monday light, showed to
what extent their strength is on this
side of the river. The original mem
bership list was 276. The hall was
crowded to its capacity and a great
amount of enthusiasm was shown by
the members, especially for the fact
that they went out on the strike with
out having an organization. Mr. Lew
is, the district organizer, who was in
this section sometime ago, had charge
of the organization. The following of
ficers were elected:
Henry Holte, past president; C. M.
McCloskey, president; A. Richter, vice
president; W. Dunn, recording secre
tary and insurance solicitor; Reuben
Harte, financial secretary; Frank
Houseknecht, treasurer; John Thorn
ing, warden; W. W. Duffy, guide;
Frank Flourey, chaplain; John Dorris,
The following trustees were elected:
Wm. Kenney, Winm. W. Hope, W. R.
Sinclair. Protective board is as fol
lows: Frank Jones, Frank Sheeley, Jr.,
Walter Anderson, Anton Graf.
MORE HONORS FOR MAYOR BEHR.
Mayor Behrman returned Saturday
morning from Atlanta, where he at
tended the convention of the League
of American Municipalities. He was
elected a member of the board of trus
tees, which is regarded as a high
honor. The Mayor delivered an ad
dress on "The Public Belt Railroad."
The convention was well attended and
delegates were present from Canada.
The organization will meet next year
in Buffalo. Mayor Behrman says that
he had a most delightful time, and all
the delegatg were most cordially re
ceived and entertained, and the con
vention was a great success.
PROTEST AGAINST PRESSING
The public order committee has re
ceived and filed the protest signed by
a number of citizens in Algiers against
the new building erected at Opelousas
and Teche streets. The protestants
alleged that a pressing club will be
detrimental to the business section of
Algiers, and asked the counell to pro
hibit it. The committee held, under
the law, it is powerless to prevent the
use of any building for a legitimate
commercial purpose, and all it could
do is simply to receive and file the
protest. It was stated also that the
committee could take no action so
long as the builders had complied with
the new building code requirements,
and had secured the proper permit.
The following additional books have
been received at our Public Library:
813-Weaver of Dreams-Reed, Myr
813-Kennedy Square-Smith, F. H.
813-Beverly of Graustark-McCut
cheon, G. B.
813-With Juliet in England--Rich
813-The Manager of the B. A.-Ke
813-The Unforeseen--Cutting, M. S.
813-Vashti-Wilson, A. E.
813-Maccarla-Wilson, A. E.
813-Heants of Men-Chambers, R.
813-Firing Line-Chambera, R. W.
813-Cambric Mask--Chambers, R.
813-Maid at Arms-Chambers, R.
813--FPlghting Chance-Chambers, R.
813-Reckoning-Chambers, IR. W.
813-Outsiders-Chambers, R. W.
813--Yellow King-Chambers, R. W.
813-She That Hesitates-Dickson.
S813-Man fyom Brodneys--McCutch
- eson, O. B.
813-Arms and the Women-Mc
I 813-Grey Cloak-McGrath, H.
S81--The Conflict-McGrath, H.
S823-Two Apaches of Parls-Askw.
8I 8b23-Virnia of the Rhodesans
823-The Hereo Machiavelli-Wes,
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Phone: Algiers 54. S3 More St.
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Remaining at Station A, New Or
leans postomce, week ending Oct. 12,
Men--Wm. Robertson (return to),
Return to writer - Pacific Ave.
Foreign-Mrs. W. J. Butler (2).
Women-Mrs. Vergin Brown, Mrs. L
Jackson, Miss Mary Price, Miss Perni
eela Rufn, Mrs. Josephine Thomas (2),
Miss A. Williams (Illegible), Miss Al
A. F. Leonhardt, Postmaster.
J. W. Daniels, Supt. Sta. A.
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