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THE H ERALD.
Deveted toh UphUlldin of the best Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XX. :NEW ORL.ANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913. No. 43.
Special Announcement
Being one of the oldest established dyeing and cleaning
houses in New Orleans, and the fact that our works were lo
cated in Algiers for many years, we need little introduction to
the "big family" across the river.
We want to give you the best there is in dyeing and clean
ing and at the same time render you a service at the right price
to warrant your patronage.
Our representative will be in Algiers three days a week,
and we thank our patrons in anticipation of the courtesies
which may be extended to him.
Remember, our prices are no higher than others for better
work. . :
PHONE MAIN 3897
I NEW YORK DYEING
AND CLEANING CO.
329 St. Charles Street.
CONFIDENCE IN THE DUGAN PLAN
Its our biggest business suet. We have acquired it by constantly do
ing right-Belling pianos at the lowest net cash prices and eliminating
everything that does not give the greatest economy to the customer.
We have obtained for our foors the best possible instruments the piano
market affordi and we insist that nowhere in the United States could
you be surer of satlsaction. Our One Price No Commission Plan
makes piano buying safe and easy and eliminates all uncertainty.
912-914
Successors to Cable Piano Co.
_____________ _ LETTER LIST.
S J.J. WALLAC, List of unclaimed letters remaining
ibS. Umber. . W .mr ' H at Station A, New Orleans postomce,
Special attention to the repairing of for the week ending March 6, 1913:
Felt and Bo 8pring Mattresses. moss
and Box Spring Mattresses made to Women-Mrs. John Peavies.
order.
Don't worry about Moss. When you Men-N. Cameas, Oscar Suhr.
AT , A. F. Leonhardt, Postmaster.
_ T. J. W. Daniels, Supt
Henry Brunies and Son,
Crner Newton and Teck. Ste.
RESTAURANT and SHORT ORDERS
Oysters, Fish, Game, Meats, Pastry. Oyster Leaves and Find Hore
Made Pastr our specialty. Phone us year orders, or visit our
lare dising rooms.
The Big Wholesale House Is
Now Ready With
SLARGEST VARIETY
AT LOWEST PRICES
Remember We Retail at Wholeeale Prices
Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT U4[U E IS WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
220 MAGAZINE STREET210-212-214-216 MAGAZINE ST.
I PERSONALS' I
A AND OTHERWISE
August Meyers and Miss Stella Ra
mos spent Sunday at La Place, Ia.
O Master Winm. Heuer, the little son of
Capt. and Mrs. Wm. Heuer. celebrated
the first anniversary of his birth last
Friday.
Conductor Wnm. H. Harvey, who has
:e been confined to his home for the past
three weeks as a result of an operation,
will be able to be out again among his
many friends.
* Roy Horn, fourth vice-president of
is the Blacksmiths and Helpers' Union,
addressed the Illinois Central and
Harriman line strikers at a meeting
at Renecky's Hall on Saturday night
er at 7:30 o'clock.
Patrolman Roselius Folse of the
Eighth Precinct is acting corporal dur
ing the illness of Corporal R. A. Tong
let, who was injured on Mardi Gras in
the Canal street runaway.
Patrolman Louis A. Freyder return
ed to his post of duty in Algiers Satur
day, after an illness of over two
months.
A defective stove pipe set fire to the
double cottage '10-12 River street,
owned by the Monongahela River Con
solidated Coal & Coke Company, and
occupied jointly by George Camus and
James Scott, negroes, at 9:30 o'clock
Friday morning, causing a damage of
.. $10.
The Algiers public schools were in
spected Tuesday by Acting Superin
tendent Bauer, Directors Buckley and
Wegmann and Inspector Gore.
Sparks from a chimney set fire to
the roof of the kitchen of a single
frame cottage, 1010 Vallette street,
owned and occupied by E. Tarelton,
colored, Sunday. The damage was
nominal.
The police learned Sunday morning
of an attempt to hold up Miss Ethel
avenue Saturday night at 9:45 o'clock
while she was on her way home at the
McDonogh No. 32 school. A negro,
who was concealed in the grass in an
open lot, attacked the young lady and
grabbed for her hand satchel, but she
held on and screamed, frightening the
highwayman away.
Mrs. Grace Miner, who has 'been the
guest of the Misses Averill for several
weeks, left Sunday for her home in
tr. Chicago.
Judge Hector Himel was the guest
of his niece, Mrs. Hy. Aycock, Mon
day
Miss S. Tarleton visited Mrs. E.
Cross Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Babin was the guest of
relatives here during last week.
Miss Gladys Cock visited Misses
Faye and Hazel Aycock last week.
Company H, Uniform Rank, W. O.
W., recent winners of the competitive
drill at Jackson, Miss., will partici
Dehydro (Waterless) Fresh
Vegetables, Fruits and
Cream Soups
liehydro, a the word impli.. i. taken
from the -r, ek word iydrox Water
and the ILttln preti, de -meaning gone.
Sll %-hen ollr grocer off ers yu a can of IN
lIhytdro Fruit or Vegetables. he Is call
Ing attention 1o a lmodlern. ulnitary way
of giving to the housekeeper the fresh
fruir. v;,eta|le or creant so'p with the
tritler rxirtl'ctd, that reqtltires youtr soak
Ing the product lIng enouhl to relstore
the Imolstre. when yiu will have pro '
tically the frelh garden prodnects with
all of their nutritive valu., tlavor and
roulr.
Solari's
tiul.ETIIIN4; ENTIREl Y NEW Ti
lItdcford's Fresh ('odfishl. in one-poutnd
tins: not salted or corned.. All cudtish.
no haddoct'k or hake. Fresh from the
ocean to your tabhe, reta.llinin the orig
inal fish flavor. Each tin represents 4
Imund filh tas caught. Packed under the
IImtot sanitary conditions and within five
hours of Itinc caunght. Ready for lm- Or
medtiatt use. Will keel) In any climate. m
Recipes for cook ing on each tin; 25,c a
tin. at
irt
SA M. & J, SOLARI, Ltd.
FANCY FAMILY GROCERS, AND DIS- at
TRIBUTORS OP HIGH-GRADI 0
WINES AND LIQUORB.
MAIN HOUS--Boyal and Iberville sta., t
one block below Canal Street.
S
pate in the competitive drill at the w
national encampment in Pittsburg, on
July 2S. The company will send 20 ti
men to the meet. In order to defray tr
the expense the company will give a 1i
masquerade and calico ball in Pythian a:
hall, Wednesday, March 19. The com- o
mittee in charge of the ball follows:
N. J. Duplantis, chairman; J. Yatter, a
0 acting chairman; L. F. Gisch, ex-ofi- o
e lo; W. F. Sperier, F. H. Killeen, C.
M' M. McCioskey and C. Berthaut.
Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Pavret of Pointe
a-la-Hache were the guests of Mr.. ant
Mrs. Felix J. Borne.
I Miss Shirley Fetherling was a week
a end guest at Pointe-a-la-Hache, La. I
k Mr. Gibbs of Monroe is the guest of a
e Mrs. J. M. Henry. 1
o, F. J. Borne, Sr., left Monday for e
n Pointe-a-la-Hache, La. c
id Miss Lucille Bell left Monday for
ie her home in Houston, Tex., after a
Ie stay of three months as the guest of
Miss Zeleme Bostick.
le Henry Ormond left Monday for Mo
bile, Ala.
Fred Gait has returned from Bur
wood.
st Mrs. W. A. Nelson left last Wednes
n- day for Morgan City to attend the
funeral of her brother, Gus. Joret.
a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blount and
daughter Lucille of Chicago, Ill., were
of the guests of Mrs. Kate Rhodes.
Tom Nolan left last Wednesday for
6s Clinton, Tex.
Miss Nana Sweeney has returned to
0. her home in Pensacola, Fla., after a
re pleasant visit to Mrs. J. Bourg and I
AL- Mrs. E. Molaison.
ALGIERS CITIZENS
IGNORED
IN IMMIGRATION OPENING-PRO
GRESSIVE UNION DOES NOT
PLACE ALGIERS MAN ON COM
MITTEE, ALTHOUGH MANY
ARE MEMBERS OF PROGRESS
IVE UNION.
To Ask New Cabinet to Open Algiers
Immigration Depot.
The program for 'he formal opening
on March 27 of the United States im
migration station in Algiers will b?
arranged in part at a meeting of the
immigration committee of the Pro
gressiv? Union Wednesday. Judge
Thomas J. Freeman, chairman of the
arrangements committee, will be as
sisted by a committee composed of
twenty-two members, but among this
number there is not an Algerine men
tioned.
Capt. Samuel E. Redfern, United
States immigration commissioner, also
will assist.
The committee will issue an invita
tion to David F. Houston, new Secre
tary of Agriculture; William C. Red
fields, new Secretary of Commerce,
and Wliliam B. Wilson, new Secretary
of Labor.
The opening of the Algiers station
will take place during the conference
of the Southern agricultural chiefs.
OFFICIAL NOTICE. -
Ordinances Nos. 5 and 7 of Board of
Health Series, having been promul
gated in the official journal February
13th and 16th, is now a law. All own
ers of animals as well as owners or
operators of theatre, moving picture
shows and other places of public
amcusement, are required under these
ordinances to register same in the of
fice of the Board of Health for the
Parish of Orleans and the City of New1
SOtrleans. Those failing to do so, after
publication of this notice, will be pro
ceeded against by affidavit in the Re
corder's Court.
W. T. O'REILLY, M. D.,
Superintendent of Public Health.
W. H. ROBIN, M. D.,
Secretary.
r Mrs. L. J. Charbonnet and son
James visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Dugas of Baton Rouge, La.
L Mrs. Eleanor Nelson left yesterday
I to spend some time with her sister,
Mrs. Kornrum of Lafayette, La.
The New Fashions for Spring, as
Shown On Living Models
at Holmes' Store
NOT only have we had our style experts gather the most
charming styles, but we have gone a step further, we
show these styles fqr Spring and Summer to prospect
ive purchasers and those seeking ideas for their new wardrobe,
on living models. And it is worth noting how beautiful and
distinctive many of the inexpensive gowns appear, the lines are
so good, the styles so charming, that they rival the more costly
creations which we show, and often confuse the onlooker into
believing that they are much more expensive than they are, in
reality. We have Gowns and Millinery that will please the
woman who has to economize, as well as for the woman of
more ample means.
This Fashion promenade takes place from 10 to 11:30
A. M. and 2 to 3:30 P. M. this week. All of the merchandise
shown is on sale, and can be delivered at once.
D.H.Holmes Co.
Pa. New York, L I II T E D.
Berlin snd Leaden. In 542.
People who are
HAVE . , t
er refl theeone
YOU A ty 'thaqt .
PIANO? Tka ait rell
able article.
You c..t Undis WHY
m man oy n
atIt. IM article NOT
should be hbeeatly
made and well A
labed, so that it will A
stand the wear and
tear of flae. ach KIM
aPlane es hvu ht
theO l MA· LL -
ANO AD ,PL.Ari BALL?
PIANO.
EASY TERMS.
ddul Hrt Pilano HoIIus, Ltd.
J. P. SIMMONS,
President.
703-705 CANAL ST.
NEAR ROYAL.
BAY ADAM TO BE IMMORTALIZED
IN MOVING PICTURES.
The fame of Bay Adam as a fishing
camp and resort for local disciples will
be blazoned to the world at large
when P. J. Friedrichs and J. Rene Ora
bert, the associated photographers,
will next Sunday take a moving pie
ture machine to the resort and snapl
views of the surrounding country, in-.
tending to send them north to a mov
ing picture . oncern, besides planningI
to show them locally. [
Why Not Patronize the Home Bakers
and be Satisfied
2 Large Loaves of
BREAD FOR 5 c
Bread hot from the oven four times a day,
from the beat flour made.
THE MOST SANITARY BAKERY IN ALGIERS
Caes 75e Per Hendred Delivered.
Peter Castaing,
924 Teche Street.
ar.U5.&uwd 188 1.00 Dspeelt. Wde.es.
Cmrcinal-Giamila Trust & Savlnpg Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000b000. .
311 Camp Street 811 Common Street
ALGIERS BRANCH
PATFERSON AND VERRET STREETS
ALL STRIET CARS PASS THE DOOR.
3 1-2% on Savings
The Cheapest Stores on
the other side where
Furniture
can be bought for
Cash or on Open
Account.
At both of our stores you will
see the Largest Up-to-date line of
Medium and High Grade Furni
ture and House Furnishings in
the city of New Orleans at
Prices and Terms to suit any
one's purse.
Your neighbor deals with
us-why not you?
Special Free Deliery of all
goods to Algiers, McDonoghville,
Gretna and Harvey.
A. BURGLASS,
(New Orleans' Most Progressive
Fursiture Dealer.)
Uptown Store, Magasi.e sad
Pleasant Streets.
Downteow Store, Claiborme,
corner St. Ann Street
In honor of the occausion, a large
party of sportsmen are preparing to
visit the various fishing camps at the
bay next Sunday, and Charles Ray
mond announces that there will proba
bly be as many as forty take the trip.

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