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_ THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbulding of the West Side of the River. UA very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURER8' RECORD.
VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912. No. 21.
i,1 and 1G20 DRYADES ST.
-OR 30 DAYS ONLY
We will give away with every $1.00
purchase one lot of ground 30 by 100
feet in Pinehurst, La. There is no
trick or scheme in this offer. You
purchase from us $1.00 worth of
goods and we give you the LOT.
hDrggist COR. BERMUDA AND ELIZA STS.
100 Dozen Assorted
In Velvets, Plush, Bearskin, Cor
duroy and Felts, In all oolors, and
over 50 dlferent styles to seleot
Iar $1.50 and $2 Values
Will Be on Sale
day and Saturday,
i ery Comny,
Miss Eugenia Herbert returned last
Sunday from Biloxi, Miss.
Jos. Lennox, Jr., of Lake Charles,
La., spent a few days with h's parents,
returning to Lake Charles Wednesday
Misses Ella and Annie May Laskey
returned Monday from New York.
Hy. Ormond returned last week
from Addis, La.
Mrs. Hy. Carstens of Biloxi is spend
ing a few days here.
Alfred Ricker spent Sunday with
John Rogers and family of Chicago
are spending two weeks here.
Mrs. C. DeArmas and Misses S. De
Armas and S. Bauman left for Buras
to spend the winter.
Mrs. H. Dunning has returned after
spending some time in the city.
Mrs. M. Howe was a visitor here
Mrs. Aug. Schabel entertained the
Friday Night Euchre Club last week.
The successful players were Misses
Gilda DeLaup, Hattie Talbot and Flor
ence Talbot. Miss M. Neef received
Mrs. Frank Ramos was operated on
for appendicitis at the Hospital.
H. D. French, who has been at
Houston and other points West, in the
inteerst of the Order of Railway Con
ductors, and Warren Seymour, of the
State Auditor's office, and Jos. Lennox
of Lake Charles, were here Tuesday
to cast their vote for Mayor Behrman.
Miss Lucy Stearnes of Salem, Va., is
the guest of her brother and her sister
in-law, Major and Mrs. Robley S.
We never carry over any one year's
goods to another, thereby giving you
fresh and seasonable foods at all tim.'s.
We carry only one variety of each ar
tidle. and that the best, so that it is not
panslble to give you a msecnd-grade by
mistake and chalrle you for a flrst-clasb
You can get for your table out of o,ur
stores anything your heart or al8pctite
longs for, as you will see from our cata
logue, we have the largest assorted stock
of high-grade table foods In the South.
Open accounts exrtended to all reslomn
Always keep in mind---that good food
promotes good health. good digestion and
good htunor, and send your orders to
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
FAX('Y FAMILY fiRM'CERS, .4VD DIS
TRIBUTORS OF IIIGH-GRADE
WINES AND LIQCORt¢.
MAIN HOUSb--Royal and Iberville 8ts.,
one block below Canal Street.
First Friday devotions will be held
at the Church of the Holy Name of
Mary next Friday at the usual hours.
Mrs. Rosamond Lorio and children,
who were recent visitors to Thibo
daux, have returned home.
Miss Eulalie Leonard has returned
after spending several weeks in Pla
quemine, Donaldsonville and St. Ga
The new parsonage adjoining the
Methodist church in McDonoghville is
being built by J. W. Lennox. The
foundation has already been laid and
the lumber and other material will
shortly be on the scene, so that the
construction work will not be delayed.
it will be a handsome single cottage,
roomy and well adapted for the pur
pose to which it will be put.
MARTIN BEHRMAN, MAYOR OP NEW ORLEANS.
A. W. Grimes has gone to Whistler,
Ala., to accept a position.
E.. . Gerretts, financial secretary of
Division No. 9, Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, has been chosen president of
the county board of the order.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
8tenhouee was visited recently by the
stork, who left a fine baby girl there.
An enjoyable hayride was given last
Saturday night in honor of Miss Edna
Aucoin, of Olivier street, with Mrs.
Petre as chaperon The following par
ticipated: Misses baby Legendre,
Stella Charleville, Edna Verneullle,
Adele Verneuille, Camille Wilson, Ed-'
na Aucoin, Grace Legendre; Messrs.
George Stramel, A. Twickler, Jr., Dan
McOscar, Harry Smith of Dallas, Tex.,
and James Brown.
A fancy dress and masquerade ball
has been arranged by the Carmen's
Union of Algiers, Division No. 597,
Amalgamated Aasoelation of Street
Electrie Railway Employes of Ameri
ca, to take place at Lee all, Gretns,
on Saturdia October , under the
aspless odh.i Bfllowing committee:
N. s'teirman; M. . Csey, es
sei .dl a a L Cames, Heary
THE VOTE IN ALGIERS
Total Number of Votes Cast 1586
Behrman Defeats Claiborne Nearly
Three to One
Mike Rooney's Precinct, Behrman
Defeats Claiborne by Almost
Five to One Being the
BehrmanCarried Every Precinct Here
by More Than Two to One
The following will show the percent- Third-First Prec'nct.
age of the vote Mayor Behrman re- Fourth-Fifth Precinct.
ceived of the total vote cast in each Fifth-Seventh Precinct.
precinct for mayor. Sixth-Sixth Precinct.
First Precinct ..................73.99 Seventh-- 'ourth Precinct.
Second Precinct ................82.1 The Eighth Ward gives Behrman
Third Precinct .................77.8 the largest percentage of the total
Fourth Precinct ................68. vote cast and the Third Ward gives
Fifth Precinct ..................72.7 him the largest majority.
Sixth Precinct .................68.4 Mayor Behrman leads the ticket
Seventh Precinct ...............8.7 with 23,371 votes and the commission
This makes the standing of the pre- ers run in the following order: first,
Icincts as follows: Thompson, 23,032; second, Lafaye, 22,
First-Second Precinct. 437; third, Ricks, 22,028; fourth, New
Second-Third Precinct. man, 21,542.
i f'm 'v .
1 ............ 142 50 127 62 66 128 61 118 68 127
2 ............ 207 45 195 61 62 186 61 188 57 193
3 ............ 123 35 113 42 54 110 40 108 44 109
4 ............ 130 61 118 72 75 113 72 119 6o 120
5 ............ 350 131 324 15 163 316 151 317 158 310
6 ............ 117 54 102 63 68 104 65 104 64 98
7 ............ 107 34 100 49 47 85 46 88 50 95
Total....... 1176 410 1079 566 535 1042 496 1042 506 1052
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wants for prices.
J. STECKLER SEED CO., Ltd., V ke *New Orleans, La.
NOTICE to the PUBLIC!
The Box Lunch,Co., of New Orleans
waNes To namounas
It has epemed a moders Box Lach Be, pesparri g a lunech that woult
cost pe3e I n raurnLt TM W COW U"B5 OI -ae BAND
W~ffESASLinNT Or CARNR alf BY THU NAUOA'L BU CUII
CO ,1r PI IB WUIT M UMf ON.. The Meets are prepared by Swift &
Co. Butter, best Cuismery, Cheese, the best the market aftrds. This unch is
ch aner bsar.
m rn phonl or Maim 17 ad we will deliver daly.
Oe x aacttention gives O t b ad PInew Parties.
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What's New in
The Answer is Here in What We Believe
to Be the Largest Assortment of Buttons
in New Orleans.
Crystal Buttons All colors, in Crochet Buttons --Silk crochet
fancy effects. such as crystal buttons for silk dress(es, in
Ialls. encircled by bone rims; pretty. soft filled button;.
striped flat crystal buttons, Bilack, ~h ite and colors.
crystal buttons with pearl cen
ters. Pearl and Ivory-In many new
Wood Buttons-Paris has a great shapes; alw ays a tasteful trim
deal to say about them. They In.
are made in imitation of hone Novelty Buttons---Ever so many
or metal buttons. It is hard of these, including attractive
to detect the difference, kinds for tailored Suits, Coats
Gold Buttons--A comprehensive and (;owns. Odd metal hut
collection, especially of the tons, which are being used on
tiny trimming buttons. Silk I)resses.
Prices Range from 25c Dozen to $30.00 Dozen
Special-Crystal Trimming But. Special-Fancy Buttons, in a va
tons, In all the newest color- riety of desirable shades;
ings; worth 10. per card, regularly 15c to 18c card,
for ....................... c for ......................9C
Pearl Buttons, extra fine quality. Ocean Pearl Buttons, extra fine
1 dozen to card; 5c and 10c quality; 12'~.e and 15c
grades, at, per card........4 grades, per dozen.........
Buttons Made to Order, also Orders Taken for
D. H. HOLMES CO.,
In our last issue in reporting the
program for the King's Daughters, we
erroneously added the name of Clar
ence Gisch as appearing in a vaude
ville sketch by the Gisch family. Mr.
Glsch's name should have been substi
tuted by the name of Wallace Christy,
who will take the part in Mr. Gisch's
will hold its surfsae evea
if you best It with a steel
lammer as hard as you ca
You will dent the board
underneath, but KYANIZE
surface will be there sameas
ever-tough, durable, brl-.
Ihant, endurlng KYANIZ ,
slIsh. Ask your dealer.
fub by eb %ibb 011
FEULX BORNE, JR.,
611.63 Ptdlrsee St.
Beremse sal Ulse Miser
Successors to Cable Piano Co.
COLE AGENTS for MNag. & Hai, Conover, Cable, Kingbryr,
SKohler & Campbell, Welliagto, UprAlt pianes sad player
pioans. Sheet music 10 cents. Store open evings till 9 o'clock
John C. Meyer & Son
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND
1233 Decatur Street, Near U. S. Mist, Now Orlesa, Lesilmaus
The new Electric Toaster will toast
your Bread in one minute at a cost of
Ic an hour for current.
PRICE : : : : $4.00
EvwryteMg El·crle for the Mer Beat or
i 7 AstemeiOl
IEtW* ked I8f1 $I.00 Depeeuit Wleme..
C m lal- QGi ala Trst & Savigs Bak
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2,0000,u0.
311 Camp Street 811 Common Street
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS
3 1-2% on Savings
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J. P. SIMMONS,
703-705 CANAL ST.