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THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XX. NEW ORLANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912. No. 24.
VOL. XX. NEW ORLIANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912. No. 24.
Ladies' and
Misses' Suits,
$14.95
A beautiful assortment of Tail
ered and Novelty Suits, trimmed
and plain effects, dozens of styles
and materials to choose from; eas
Iy worth $20.00
Special
$14.95
1 i1 and 1620 DRYADES ST.
I rs of Ladies' Ready-to Wear
French Market Patrons
The many patrons of the French Market who reside in Gretna,
.McDonoghville and Algiers will now have easy access to this famous
atrket by the new electric car extension to the
Third District
Ferry
The new electric car service will place you within only two squares
of the French Market.
Passengers from the Lower Coast and Algiers to the upper part of
the city may gain much time by going to the city, via
Jackson Avenue
Ferry
The following Is the electric car schedule for the Third District
and Jackson Avenue Ferries:
PACIFIC AVENUE CARS arrive at Third District Ferry at 3
auntes, 23 minutes and 43 minutes after the hour; connects with all
"ihe cars at Teche Street. During rush hours an extra car is added
- e * sMrvice.
R:'T" NA CARS arrive at Jackson Avenue Ferry at S and 28 min
I S after the hour and 12 minutes to the hour.
NOTE-See this schedule next week for impprtant changes.
Union Ferry Company
THE WHOLESALE HOUSE THAT,
RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Block' and a Half From Canal Street.
We are offering special in
ducements in all depart
ments for quick selling.
Visit us and convince yourself..
Why you get better prices here.
We are out of the high rent district and you get
benefit of our whol sale price. Regular retail
res cannot meet our prices even if located out of
h rent district.
ssman-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
IOS4 U~ssm*m S!. aIt44-1S st.
PERSONALS i
AND OTHERWISE
A very pretty wedding took place in
McDonoghville Wednesday evening of
last week, when Miss Cecilia Brup
bacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Brupbacher, was married to Mr. Wil
liam Covell, a former resident of Al
giers, and employed in Houston, Tex.
The bride was attended by Miss Car
rie Brupbacher, while the best man
was Mr. William Hauer. Miss Brup
bacher was one of M.tcDonoghville's
popular young ladies, and a large num
ber of gifts were presented to her.
The bridal couple left Wednesday night
for Houston, where they will make
their home.
While coming down the stairs in his
residence in Pelican Ave. last Thurs
day, School Director Frank E. Hen
ning sprained his ankle, necessitating
his remaining at home for the past
week.
Mayor Behrman went Saturday with
the excursion of the Petrolithic Good
Roads Development Company to at
tend the dedication of the road at
Jeanerette, La.
On Wednesday of last week Miss
Florence Talbot and Samuel J. Boy
lan, two well-known and popular young
people of Algiers, were quietly mar
ried at the presbytery of the Church
of the Holy Name of Mary, Rev. Fa
ther Larkin officating. Miss Mary
Traub and Edw. Brodtman were the
attendants.
Mrs. E. Gallagher and daughter,
Miss Mary Ellen, have returned from
Ocean Springs, where they spent the
summer.
IIAVE Yto" I:It'ElvII ONE Or
Solari's
Ni.EsW F..I. .TAIAH;':
If no, , rite rat an,,
Tl'h Ihook I. ,Lne. in ,v. ry well-r ili
Ilt, d hoIii ollhld.
It tell is tsstory in a plain and clrll
preh, no iv, wa Iy; IT "I'E ,I l of lth. 0.F
l. I ie: I'.llll IRo fRERY IlOU.lF
that carrls tat and drink for all tlllh.
fo r all on -t ins. . for al 1 .,"e nS.
In aHsrittlni.nt and variety. not I,* llI!e
lt Ia I had erls,."wth' r, In l.uisiiana, and
not I 'XIlllI anVI l.lhr Iii it,. Unit d
It Lij You ' i 1t ri.cr of v1 ry" iartih l,.
tIi ' IranI d I r non, of anllllli t'turr as a
ihint giuaranti r of It qualiti}.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
F.INCY FAMILY GROCERS. AND DIP
TRIBUTORtS OF 101H-GRADE
WII'SES AND LIQUORS.
MAIN HOUS---Royal and Ibervlle St.,
one bock below Canal Street.
Mrs. S. W. Beafty spent a few days
at Abita Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Schulz are
receiving congratulations on the arri'
val of a daughter, the little miss mak
ing her appearance on October 18.
Mrs. R. J. Johnson is reported very
ill at her home in Seguin street. Her
daughter. Miss Edith P. Johnson, of
New York City, has been called home
and is at her mother's bedside.
Albert Goebel left Tuesday to take
a position with the Himalaya Planting
& Mfg. Co.. Tallieu, La.
Miss Marguerite Sharf, of Westwego,
La., is spending some time with her
aunt, Mrs. E. F. Coffey.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Bourgeois 10I be glad to know
that their two little children, Louise
and Emelda, are recovering from a
severe attack of ptomaine poison.
Thos. Graham left Monday for
Shadyside plantation.
(Continued on page 4.)
CHIIYSA TIHliIIS
12 Acres of these beautiful flow.
ers for sale at retail in lots of %
dozen up.
Low
Prices will
Prevail,
Electric Cars take you to within
two blocks of our place in McDon
oghville.
Good Roa4s! for all vehicles.
O. L. RICKS,
THE CHRYSANTHEMUM MAN.
ADDRESS OF JOS. W. LENNOX
President Algiers Improvchnent Associ
ation, Delivered Yesterday Noon at
the Progressive Union Luncheon.
Mr. President and Members of the
New Orleans Progressive Union:
(;entlemen-ln behalf of the Algiers
Improvement Association I wish to
take advantage of this opportunity to
acknowledge our appreciation and
thanks for the kindly and generous in
terest you have taken in setting aside
this day for the "boosting of Algiers,"
and the pleasure of being your guest.
I will ask you to bear with me in
stating briefly the objects of our or
ganization, and to mention some of
our accomplishments during the two
years of our existence.
It is our earnest intention to take up
all matters pertaining to the welfare
of our community, and co-operate with
other civic bodies in our humble ca
pacity for the betterment of the en
tire city.
In regard to matters which we have
accomplished, with the able assistance
of the Progressive Union and other
commercial bodies. I will endeavor to
name some of the most important.
The New Orleans. Naval Dock.
When notice was given about the
abandoning of the Naval Dock, we
most sincerely asserted our objection
to this move by having a committee
appointed to draw up resolutions con
demning the recommendations of the
Secretary of the Navy on same. Mr.
Peter S. Lawton, of our association,
with those of other organizations, ap
peared before the Naval Affairs Com
mittee at Washington and most stren
uously presented reasons why the dock
should not be moved, and while before
this committee advantage was taken
of the opportunity of presenting a
strong appeal for a scheme of naval
defense of the mouth of the Misslssippi
river, with the final result of a favor
able recommendation of same by said
committee.
Elimination of the Fire Limits.
The fire limits as laid down by the
Building Code in its application to Al
giers was such a handicap on a large
number of residents and property own
ers and quite unsuitable to the cir
cumstances; it Included a large ares
now occupied by frame residences and
other buildings not in any way calling
for, or warranting costly, fireproof
4-'h most objectionable
feature of the code was the effect it
would have in case of a fire which
would destroy a building or even dam
age it to the extent of 60 per cent of
its value.
This effect would practically prevent
the repair or rebuilding of almost all
such buildings, for in a very large ma
jority of cases the cost of a new, fire
proof building would oe entirely too
high to permit of a reasonable reve
nue being derived from the investment,
thereby condemning to vacancy, in
case of fire, any of the ground which
is now occupied by many cottages.
This matter was demonstrated by
out association to the Board of Ap
peals, who were impressed with the
injustice that it imposed and they
unmianimously voted to recommend to
the City Council its entire elimination.
The Floded S lon in Rear of Naval
Station.
This was a most pitiable calamity
that befell our people, most of whom
were small wage earners and dairy
men who owned a modest little home,
many of them were driven from their
homes by the.treacherous back water
from the late Hymella crefasse, also
forcing them out of employment. The
Algiers Improvement Association took
in the situation at once and with the
coopepatlon of the Progressive Union
secured homsing for those unfortunate
people and rations were issued to
thse,who were destitute, also boats
were provided as a means of transpor
tation for those who could remain in
their bouses, and pasturage was pro
vided the dairymen'for their cattle i"
the naval station grounds.
Exteneen of the Electric Railway te
Patterson Street and Immigratlen
The extension of the Electric 8tree
Railway along Patterson street to Pa
clSc avenue apd from Merril street to
the Immigrant Station, the opening of
which was celebrated on the 12th inst.
and proved itself to be a great conve
nlenoe to the people of Algiers be
sides the patrbas from other parts of
the city.
Rearragement of the Canal Street
Ferry Hesee and Inllneas.
These improvements which were so
vigorosly fought for by our associa
tion and that mean so much to our dis
trict, such as the lowerlag the grades
of the vehicle nclines, the rearrane
meat of the lateror of the ferry hom.s
sad the coverlag of the pontooms. We
are reliably aflermed that plans are
being proparod for these improvements
and work o them is soon to be startt
Intermstal Cana.
T'his matter ia bee takesm up by
our uasetlas with ou repepsest
Uhwea tI Waablmsm wh a viwhof
having this canal pass through the par
ish of Orleans by way of the Outfall
canal in the rear of Algiers. having its
outlet to the Mississippi river below
the naval station, almost opposite the
outlet to the river from the northern
end of said canal.
Nuisance Boat at Barracks Street.
Through the increasing efforts of our
miembers this unsightly boat, with its
stifling odors that was moored at the
foot of Barracks street, in view of the
transient passengers crossing on the
Southern Pacific transfer and those
who c(rossed on the Third District fer
ry., has been removed from said loca
tion.
Telegraph Office in Algiers.
A telegraph office in Algiers is an
indisputable necessity and our associ
ation has been hard at work on this
matter for several months, using all
amicable means, with only promises of
an offle to show for our efforts.
Our grievances are such that we
thought it would be only a question of
asking for. Por instance, if you de
sired to send a telegram from Algiers
you are compelled to cross the river
and then go to the office of the com
pany, the nearest of which is at the
corner of St. tnarles and Gravier Sts.
On tne other hand, should a telegram
be sent to a person living in Algiers,
which of course, would have to come
through the above named office, they
would then mail said message to the
address obtained and at least twelve
hours would be consumed before you
would have the pleasure of reading its
contents.
Third District Ferry Franchise.
The specifications for this franchise
have been carefully prepared by our
ferry committee and copies of which
lave been sent prospective bidders,
and to the city engineer requesting
them to suggest any changes in their
judgment that should be made. The
idea is to have the specifications as
free as possible from objectionable
features in order to be certain to have
bidders.
AN OYSTER STEAM.
Alhambra Gymnastic Club Holds Big
Meeting-New Members Elected on
Board-Preparing for Big Building.
On last Monday night, at their club
rooms, 535 Seguin street, the Board
of Directors of the Algiers Gymnastic
Club held a very interesting meeting,
at which time some new members were
elected to fill vacancies caused by
death and resignation. Mr. Stanley
Behrman was elected a member of the
board to succeed Robley S. Stearnes,
resigned, and Mr. E. J. Mothe was also
elected a member of the board to suce
ceed Dr. M. J. Manent, deceased. The
following were also elected members
of the Board of Directors: Messrs.
Reme Charles, Chas. Rupp, George
Peterson, R. Emmett J. Quinn and
Percy Laumann. It was decided by
the Board that a general meeting of
all the stockholders would be held
within the next ten days, at which time
the semi-annual report of the secre
tary and treasurer will be read, and
also the planning of the club and other
information of lntrest to the mem
bers will be brought beforethem. At
this meeting there will be refresh
ments in the shape of an oyster steam.
The members will be notified through
mail, or otherwise, where and when
the oyster steam will be held. The
house committee held a meeting on
Tuesday night and also transacted
some business. Chairman J. E. Huck
ins of the real estate committee, will
call his committee together shortly to
look after some options and other lo
cations that have been offered for the
new club house, which will be erected
by the club. The secretary is now re
ceiving a good deal of mail, containing
descriptions of many different swim.
miag pools, one of which jwill be the
main feature of the new club house.
The members are all looking forward
to the new buildaing, and especially
the added features which are to eorm
the most important amusements of the
organization, namely, the swimming
pool, a large auditorium, bowling al
ley, and commodious gymnasium.
QUICK SERVICE TO THE FRENCH
MARKET.
Now that the new electric car lines
have their schedule so arranged, put
ting the Third District fbrry in easy
access for the people in Algiers, Mc
)onoghrville and Gretma, there has
been already a marked improvement
in the trame over this ferry. Hereto
tore patrons of the French Market
were compelled to walk quite a dis
tane ain order to reach the French
Market, or to take the Canal Street
ferry instead and pay an extra nickel
to get to the FPrech Market, which
made the time very log. At the pres
ent time, either the Pacific, Naval 8ta
tion, or Immliration Station line will
transfer you direct to the Third DiMa
tric terry, which puts you within two
squares ot the famous French Mar
ke' ThiL M I qute n aecommodation
to taise who trade n the other side
od the rlvw.
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NEAR ROYAL.
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Shot Guns,
Loaded Shells
Fishing Tackle
F. C. Duvic.
DRINK -
Louisiana Pilsener Beer
New Orleans Brewing Co. Teleptm, Jalkst 232
914
CANAL
STREET
Successors to Cable Piano Co.
NEW ORLEANS
SOLE AGENTS for Maso & Ha&dia, Conover, Cable, Kingsbury,
o elor & Campbell, Wellington, Upright pianos sad player
piams. Sheet Music 10 cets. Store open evenings till 9 o'clock,
ecept Saturday.
r.N.mk.dI 180 oo .00 D~. Wdcm.
Cmr "l- Genrmla Trust & Savls Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 2.00a0A00.00.
311 Camp Street 811 Common Street
ALGIERS BRANCR
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS
3 1-2% on Savings
BUYING FURNITURE
AT THE
Burglass
Stores
Will help to curtail your living ex
penses to the lowest minimum.
Our PRICES and TERMS are
within reach of any one's purse.
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.
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