OCR Interpretation


The herald. (New Orleans, La.) 1905-1953, October 17, 1912, Image 1

Image and text provided by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88064020/1912-10-17/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

THE HERALD.
Dvetsd the Upbhllding o the Wet Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper.--MANUFACTURERW' RECORD.
YOL.. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912. No. 23.
m • mm~ ... .. . . . . . . . ..n m mm m I m m.m.m2 3.m
PERSONALS
AND OTHERWISE
Laura La Noue of Bogalusa is
some time with her aunt,
cofey, of Olivier street.
Walshe of Bogalusa spent
y with his parents in Gretna, La.
Ella Sharp. si3ter of Mrs. Cof
arves to-day for California.
Jno. A. Barrett was unanimous
hsaen president of the Louisiana
tion of Funeral Directors last
marriage of Mrs. Ada Cruanas
- g to Mr. Edward H. Mills was
ted in the city.
French
Plumes
We are the acknowledged headquarters for PLUMES
To prove this fact visit us TO-MORROW
We save you at least 50 Per Cent
EACH PLUME GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED
MONDAY SPECIALS Silk Plush
500 French Curl Plumes Shapes
Guaranteed to be selected male stock. Black, white
and assorted colors. Our entire Line of Silk
Plush Shapes, in all styles,
Se 15 inches long by 6 Inches wide ............ ..~ . that sold for $5.00 and
Size 17 inches long by 7 inches wide........... 1.48 $6.00.
Size 18 lnches long by 8 inches wide........... 1.8 Special Monday,
Size 19 Inches long by 9 inches wide ........... 4
Size 21 inches long by 0 inches wide ...........4.3.48
Other Values up to 25.oo
Just Received
Large assortment of Velvet Shapes,.
in all styles; regular $2.00 values.
Special............. 8c
. Grssnman-Woinfld Millinery Co,
S seso" se.p. wheele Sept.
12-11 Megun it. 211-212-214-216 Mamin" It. / ,
T. DUMAS&SONSC§
uisiana's Largest Furniture Store
: ..926-936
Common
Street,
SOpposite
Crescent Theatre.
Largest
Assortment
Furniture
Floor Coverings,
Draperies,
Stoves, Heaters,
Refrigerators.
Now is te ima Mrs. Ho pr, to get your hone in readiness for the winter that is but a short spell ahead. The
Mew Stock of thuQGreat Store ws youa the most comprehsive selection of PFurniture and Home Furndhins ever
pt#L r undr ae roof in this City. The bright, new Room Rug, the good, reliable Cook Stothe Big "Comfy
, ct anything for the bane that you have bees proasing yourself to get this Fall are to be found here. Here you
Sia great array PURNITORE that will jive s air of attraction and comfott to the home of the salaried man or of
eSlly cI-thea moat aml merchandise of every grade that experts of thirt-to years' experience can cull from
Sfactoriesatr d of m, ary. You can el here now more k for the comfortable, practi and artistic
of ~,i-r-e thn ha ever beea alorde to you i a
This is a g iV3O3 WE a$we with etremely CONsWVATIVE prics. Values that we can give you have
Is i1ai~Lg iatisi o will be ours dlsir you have been served. It will be very cnvaet for you
ýý .ACCOUNT.
Misses Mathilde and Evelyn Law
rance have returned home after a visit
to Ocean Springs.
Justice of the Peace M. A. Dauen
hauer on Friday afternoon omciated at
the marriage of Miss Collette F. Paul
of Gretna and James T. Foley of Al
glers, the witnesses being Mrs. Wm.
Paul, the bride's mother; J. B. Dauen
hauer, Jr., and Jacob Walter.
t Archbishop James H. Blenk officiat
ed Sunday morning at the services
r. held in the Church of the Holy Name
of Mary in celebration of Columbus
Day. A large delegation of members
of the Knights of Columbus'came over
from New Orleans for the services and
an unusually large congregation also
attended.
s
a Mrs. Geo. Zibilich is spending some
time at Hot Springs, Ark.
Orange Grove No. 9. Woodmen Cir
cle, will hold their regular meeting to
night at Pythian Hall. All members
are urged to be present. Several of
the officers of the Grove visited Pal
metto Grove last week.
Thos. J. Birney, J. J. Soulant, Gus
Dobleman and P. Brier will spend the
week-end at Fair Grounds, Plaque
mines parish.
Mrs. Pennison of 720 Evelina street
presented her husband with a fine baby
boy this week.
Alfred Lennox has accepted a posi
tion at Houston, Tex. While out in
the near West, he visited several
points of interest, both at Lake
Charles and Galveston.
Peter Muntz, Sr., of Powder street,
is reported very ill, and on account of
his age there is little hope for his
permanent recovery.
Master Louis McCormack has re
turned from his vacation spent at Bi
loxi.
Mrs. S. B. Cross of Chalmette was
the guest of Mrs. Edward Cross on
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson and children
of Canada have taken up their resi
dence in our town and are stopping at
Mrs. C. Johnson's.
Mrs. Lillie Yalets and Miss Katie
Mahoney were week-end visitors to
Baton Rouge, as the guests of Mrs. E.
Thomas.
On Monday, Oct. 14th, L. W. Brous
sard, driver of Engine Co. No. 16, left
for his annual vacation which will be
spent in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo
and Niagara Falls. He will stop at
Cleveland enroute home to claim his
intended bride.
New Orleans Hive No. 5, L. of T. M.,
held their review Oct. 9th, at which
the members were agreeably surprised
by Mrs. B. Blakeman of Elmira ave
nue, a great champion of the order,
who presented them with beautiful rib
bon badges, the color of the order.
Announcement has been made of
the coming marriage of Miss Florence
Olroyd, the accomplished young daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Olroyd, to
Mr. Theo. Hotard, one of our most
promising young men. The wedding
will take place on Nov. 13th at the
Church of the Holy Name of Mary,
Rev. J. P. Cassagne officiating.
Mrs. N. R. Sampson has again re
turned to the city to reside and has
gone housekeeping at the corner of
Baronne and Seventh streets.
A quiet wedding took place Tuesday
evening at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary, Rev. T. J. Larkin offi
ciating. The contracting parties were
Miss Gertrude Dugan and Sidney J.
Adams. A reception was held at the
couple's now home, 910 Vallette street,
Julian B. King spent the week-end
with his brother, Dr. A. C. King.
Mrs. Herring of Lloyd, La., is spend
ing some time here, the guest of Dr.
A. C. King.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A.
Brauner was brightened by the arrival
of a baby.
Mrs. Andrew Treadway presented
her husband with a baby boy last Fri
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LeBoeuf areI
receiving congratulations on the arriv
al of a baby boy at their home. The I
little one arrived Monday.
ELOCUTION.
.. branch of the New Orleans College t
of Oratory will be opened at St. Mary's I
Hall, on the first Saturday in October i
at the hour of 9:30 a. m. It will be
under the supervision of Mrs. A. La i
Oroue, and assistant, Miss Sadie Ve
zilen. - tf
You're no doubt heard
this remark often
WHAT?
Solari's
WHY'? THEY'RE THE DEAREST
GROCERY HOUSE SOUTH.
Now this is a reputation we de
light in enjoying, not because an in
vestigation will prove it true, but be
cause our maintaining a house of
quality leaves this impression, and
keeps us out of this class of cheap
and shoddy merchandising.
That Ought to Hare No Place in the
Business That Provides Food
For the Table.
If you enjoy a dish of Nice Young
render Pig Feet. we have them. We
expect in this week our first receipts
of Kentucky Little Pig Sausage.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
FANCY FAMILY GROCERS, AND DIS
TRIBUTORS OF HIGH-GRADE
WINES AND LIQUORS.
MAIN HOUSF-Royal and Ibervllle St.,
one block below Canal Street.
TO BOOST ALGIERS.
The Progressive Union to Assist Us
to Boost.
Secretary Trezevant has made ar
rangements to have a luncheon on Oc
tober 23rd at the Progressive Union
Hall at noon for the purpose of start
ing a boost for our town. The follow
ing letter from the secretary is self
explanatory:
(Copy)
October 14, 1912.
Mr. J. W. Lennox, President Algiers
Improvement Association, Algiers,
Louisiana.
My Dear Mr. Lennox:
The Progressive Union wishes to
set aside Wednesday, October 23rd, for
Algiers Day, for the purpose of boost
ing the west side of the river. We
want you, as President of the Algiers
Improvement Association, to be our
personal guest and to speak for your
organization. We will ask Mayor
Behrman, both as Mayor and as a resi
dent of Algiers, to attend and speak,
and one or two others. The luncheon
will be from 12:15 to 1:15 and is not
permitted to go over one hour. We
adhere to this rule because of the ne
cessity for the business men to get
back to their offices.
I trust that this plan will be agree
able to you and with the proper press
work we not only can insure a good at
tendance but create a great deal of
interest and disseminate a great deal
of information concerning Algiers.
Please let me hear from you at
once, and oblige.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) M. B. Trezevant,
Secretary-Manager.
LUCKY THIRTEENTH.
The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Hoffman, who was born Friday, Sept.
13th, was christened on Oct. 13th. The
name bestowed upon the young man
was George Adam Andrew Hoffman.
The young chap has many wishes that
thirteen will be his lucky number.
Ladies' and
Misses' Suits,
$14.95
A beautiful assertmeat of Tall*
-red and Novelty Sita, trimmed
and plain effets, essues of styles
and materials te heess from; ea*
ily worth 33W.
Special
$14.95
iss ni13 sYADs 97n
A DEMONSTRATION OF
Klosfit Petticoats
AT HOLMES'
Why not see ure a fashionable pettictat a hiih ill it tnu Aitho!ut
alteration?
No other petticoat offers tlhis featulre. The
KLOSFIT
KLOSFIT PETTICOAT
SLook for this label in the waistbead
has elastic gussets in over the hips,. which climtinate all fullness and
the patent fasteners make the placket secure and flat.
A full line on display in our Colored Underskirt Department.
(S econd 'loor. P
"KLOSFIT" costs no more than ordinary Petticoats, $1.00 upl for
the Cotton, and $5.00 up for the Silk.
Miss Josephine Morrill. a special demonstrator, sent to us
by the Klosfit people, will be glad to have you come in and al
low her to give you further information regarding the good
points of the "KLOSFIT."
Remember, to-day we commence our Great Sale of Dress Goods,
Trimmings and Findings.
All charge purchases to-day entered on October account.
D. H. HOLMES CO.,
LIMITED
People who are
HAVE Kl &f their
maewa0r b h*.
YOU A L~tl -.,a
PIANO? Tbm t a rl
Too r mteWe WHY
t t" IyA uli NOT
sbould be homestly
made sad well Sai- A
the twer asd
tear et u.' keb Ie l
a Plase oes hae -
the KIMBAlI Pi.
ANO AoD trLAy BALL?
EASY TERMS.
imas iarl Pilu Im , Lti.
J. P. SIMMONS,
Preaident.
703-705 CANAL ST.
NEAR ROYAL.
"ECONOMY" CELEBRATES ANNI
VERSARY.
Dryados Street Store Aided in Oberv
ance by Many Patrons.
The fourth anniversary celebration
of the Economy Company, 1618-1620
Dryades street, held Saturday and Sat
urday night, was highly successful.
Large crowds were in attendance all
ddring the day and until 10 o'clock at
night, when the doors were closed.
A special program of music was a
feature of the celebratiot. Professor
Gluack's orchestra gave selections at
regular intervals. Handsome souven
irs were given to ladies who went to
view the fail fashloas in wearing ap
parel.
The store was elaborately decorated
and iowers from Mr. Bloom's frlends
were received.
914
Successors to Cable Piano Go.
NEW ORLEANS
OLE AGENTS fhr asse & Hamlin Coover., Cable, Klagbery.
JKe or & Campbell WelUli·g Upright pias uad player
piatis. Sheet Rasic 10 cats. Store open eveiage till 9 o'clock,
eaept Saturday.
BedMdirtd jaffl Sl.U Dep.est. Wdlems
Omu d-OG i Ttrst & Sanip Bal
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS UMaSUe na
311 Camp Street 811 Commos Street
ALGIERS DRANCH
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS
3 1-2% on Savi
BUYING FURNITURE
AT TNW
Burglass
Stores
Will help to curtail your living ex*
penes to the lowest minimum.
Our PRICES and TERMS are
within reach of any one's purese.
We have in stock at either our
Uptown or Downtown Store Furni
ture for every room in a house.
Suppose you stop In the next
time you come over and examine
our goods and see how much cheap.
per our prices are.
TERMS: Cash or Open Account.
A. Burglass
NITWnI STNE-728-34-3 44 INT
mINMIE AiVEE, WRER ST. AM
IWTN TOME-322-i -24 -N0 IUAA
lIE STREET, IER FLUAUIT
FIREBUG.
A firebug was at work in Algiers
Wednesday of last week. About 1 o'
clock in the morning a puserby dis
covered smoke coming from under the
cottage owned and occupied by Pauline
Billy, colored, at 414 Diana street. He
aroused the inmates of the house and
assisted them in extinguishing a fire
that had been set under the bullding
with paper and kindling wood. A dam
age of about $15 was done by the
flames. The police were notified of
the cuase, and in turn notified the are
marshal, who set about making an in
vestigation and trying to ascertain the
identity of the incendiary.

xml | txt