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Devted to the Upumllding o the U ln t Side of the River. A very live and creditable weekly nwmpaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
., ,V NTI FW lPIA1 ANS. LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. MARCH 13, 1913. No. .
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
PHONE MAIN 3897
I NEW YORK DYEING
AND CLEANING CO. I
329 St. Charles Street.
PIANOS are designed to provide a wide range of instruments and of
fered at the lowest price for which a good instrument can be sold.
Your old piano taken in part exchange. $400-LIBERAL TERMS
Successors to Cable Piano Co.
Sole agents for Mason & Hamlin, Conover, Cable, Behning, Estey, Bush
A Gerts, Lehr, Kingsbury, Kohler & Campbell, and Wellington and
Brinkerhoff Pianos and Player Pianos. Sheet Music, 10 cents.
BEHIAP[S CAFE AID UP-TO-MATEI GOCEl
Fine Wines, Liquors of all varieties
CORNER OF ALIX and CHAS. BENINATE
VALLETTE STREETS "_
Ei. !i.sd 151 $1.500 Dp..fe Weeeoms
Commerclal-G rsnil Trst & Savinp B k
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 00OOO,.
311 Camp Street 811 Coimon Street
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS
ALL ST RET CAS PASS THE DOOR.
3 1-2% on Savings
Henry unies and Son,
C Newton mnd Tech. St e.
RESTAURANT and SHORT ORDERS
Oysters, Fib, Game, Mets, Pastry. Oyster Loevesuand Find Home
Made Pastry our specialty. Phone us year orders, or visit our
large dining reoom
THERETAIL DEPARTMENT OF THE BIG
WHOLESALE MILLINERY HOUSE
Is now ready with the largest variety all of that is
correct in Spring Millinery.
It will pay you to walk a block and a half from
Canal street, as we are out of the high rent district
and retail at wholesale prices. -
Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
;ýre St.e.t "IUP-TO-THE-IIlUTE MIlIl'." h olesale D~e "?t:
22 ai Street.. E up 1o-2-214-216 Mga'm• St.
Miss Adriel Lennox, one of our most f
talented young ladies, took part in
the sixteenth recital in the series be
ing held by the Newcomb College of
Mrs. Peter Kingsinger and little t
daughter left on Saturday to join her
husband in Port Arthur, Tex.
Emile Zatarain, who was injured
some time ago while working on one
of the ships, and who sustained a frac
ture of the skull, is still confined at
the Charity Hospital. We regret to
state that young Zatarain has not ful
ly regained his mind and it is only at
certain times that he recognizes mem
bers of his family. The physicians
hope that in time he will regain his
mental power. His other conditions
have been improved sufficiently to al
low him to leave the hospital, where
his other injuries improved as rap
William Schroeder, who was operat
ed on last week at the hospital for
hernia, is rapidly convalescing and will
be ready to leave the institution with
in a few days more.
Another freak of nature is a four
legged chicken which is now on exhi- a
bition in the show window of Renec- a
ky's shoe store. In this case the little
, curiosity is alive and is one of a friv- tr
- olous little flock of eighteen light t
Brahma chicks that may be seen
there. The two extra legs of this lit
tle chicken are growing from the body l
just above the other legs and are
Closing of the public night schools
will take place March 31, according to
announcement made by Assistant Su- g
perintendent Nicholas Bauer Monday f
night. Spelling contest for the night
school will be held Wednesday, March
Mrs. W. L. Barbour and little daugh
ter Lorraine of Chicago are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Daniels.
Mrs. Barlowe of Belle Rose, La., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Mrs. I. Tarleton was the guest of
friends here Monday and Tuesday.
Judge Hector Himel was a visitor
here last night.
Mrs. Lawrence Menuet and Miss Z.
- Aycock were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Aycock last week.
Mrs. E. Cross and little daughter
Evelyn will leave Saturday to visit
relatives in Baton Rouge for a few
Mrs. Ed Yalets presented her hus
band with a fine 'baby boy. Mother
and baby are doing fine and "Papa" is
wearing one of those broad smiles
that never comes off.
Al Tufts is spending some time in
the North and in the East.
Mayor Behrman, Superintendent
Reynolds, Captain Albert Short, J. E.
J. J. WALLACE,
melbs r, Fumtuos hespir, pbsiatsew
siad atm* u .
Special attention to the repalrlng of
Felt and Box Spring Mattresses. Moss
and Box Spring Mattresses made to
Don't worry about Moss. When you
want your Mattress repaired just call
AT 7181 T11 8 ST. Ihas, Yier Tt
Dehydr (Waterlss) Fresh A
Vepgtables, Fruits and
Deehydro. as the word Implles, is taken
from the Greek word llydrox-Water
and the Latin prefix, de-meaning gone.
Io wheen your grocer oeirs you a can Of
Ibehydro Fruit or Vegetables, he is call- of
lng attention to a modern, sanitary way
of giving to the housekeeper the fresh
fruit, vegetable or cream solup with the
Icrter extracted, that requires your soak
ing the product long enough to restore gr
the moisture, when you will have prac- da
tinally the fresh garden products with
all of their nutritive value, flavor and at
%OMETIlING ENTIRELY NEW of
Redford 's Fresh Codflh. in one-pound t
D tins: not salted or corned. All codfish, er
no haddock or bake. Fresh from the
ocean to your table, retaining the orig- in
Inal fish favor. Each tin represents 4
pound fish as caught. Packed under the t
i- most sanitary conditions and within five
hours of being caught. Ready for im
8 mediate use. Will keep in any climate. U
8 Recipes for cooking on each tin; 25e a Zi
SA.M.& J. SOLARI, LiM,.
FANCY FAMILY oROCERS, AND DIB
t- TRIBUTORS OF HIGR-GRADB u
WINES AND LIQUORS. I tl
11 MAIN HOUSE-RIoyal and Ibervllve Ita, P
one block below Canal strmt.
r Huckins, M. J. Rooney, Peter Rupp I
and Dr. John A. Rupp, who made up t
the Algiers delegation to the inaugu- tj
le ration of President Wilson, have re. h
turned home and were delighted with r
the trip e
Wm. J. Isbell pleaded guilty to the e
charge of allowing cattle to roam at
large and was fined $5 or ten days by f,
re Recorder Goff. A similar charge was t
preferred against George Lacinak.
Is Mrs. William Fischer of Gulfport
to presented her husband with a baby
U" girl on March 3rd. Mrs. Fischer was
v formerly Miss Alberta Averill of our
h Capt. H. D. Blanc of New Iberia was
the guest of his son and daughter, Mr.
h- and Mrs. Louis Blanc, last week.
of Mrs. T. Thayer returned Monday
from Columbus, Ohio, and is the guest
is of Mrs. A. Conway.
nk Mrs. Sam McNeely, accompanied by
Misses Juanita McNeely and Bertha
of Price, left Sunday for Bay St. Louis to
be gone a week.
,or Mr. and Mrs. S. Sunseri have the
sympathy of their friends in the loss
of their two-year-old daughter Cather
rs ine, whose death occurred Sunday
morning. The funert I took place Mon
ter day from the parents' residence, 318
sit Diana street.
In our last issue in the advertise
ment of the Algiers Improvement As
sociation asking for a large furniture
snt store on this side of the river, it was
E. stated that there was no furniture
store in Algiers. The advertisement
was written by The Herald and was an
0+ injustice to S. Davis, who does and has
conducted a furniture store in our dis
trict since 1909. The words "no fur
niture store" appeared only in the
t headlines and further on the article
had reference to a "large furniture
I store, commensurate with our popula-
tion." In Justice to Mr. Davis we
make this correction.
A NOVEL 'COLLECTION
The following suggestion is worthy
of the careful consideration of your
"The power of suggestion" is the
greatest known force in existence to
day, on which the great moral, so(lal
and business interests of the whole
world reply for incentive and motive
power to carry on the world's work.
By its proper use the dominant forces
of the world move day by day, while
the latent power lying dormant in ev
ery human being is gradually forced
into action by this wonderful power of
The mere fact that Pinkerton & Co.,
U. S. Detective Agency, has the organi
zation and facilities for tracing, locat
ing and investigating delinquent debt
ors, within itself is a powerful sugges
tion to debtors that can pay and don't
pay. It acts like magic on the subject
ive force that controls men, creating
unconsciously at first perhaps, a desire
to "pay up" and brings the most unex
pected results in the way of effecting
settlements with all classes of delin
- quent debtors.
After using their system as an auxil
PP lary to your collecting department for
Ip thirty days, you will be glad to write
,u- them letters of endorsement similar to
re- hundreds of others that they are daily
Lth receiving from satisfied clients wher
ever their commercial branch has been
at A postal card to them requesting in
by formation will be given prompt atten
by HOLDS LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Judge Chretien Holds Koppel Act Is
.as Discriminating One.
On the ground that it discriminates
lay between industries of the same class,
eat and is local and special legislation, the
Koppel act of 1912, the statute passed
by by the last Legislature prohibiting the
tha employment of stationary firemen for
to more than eight hours a day, with cer
tain exemptions, was Wednesday de
the clared unconstitutional in a decision
ss handed down in Section B of the Crim
ter- inal District Court by Judge Chretien.
lay The decision was in the case of the
,on- State vs. Arthur Barba, manager and
318 secretary of the Orleans Ice Manufac
turing Company, 1207 Chartres street.
-Assistant District Attorney Hen
riques gave notice of an appeal to the
Supreme Court, and it is probable that
the statute will be subjected to further
scrutiny, for it involves great interests
throughout the state, and was consid
ise- ered one of the most important meas
As- ures passed at the last session of the
w The exemption clause in the statute
ue is that which brought about the ad
tent verse decision by Judge Chretien, for
San he found the law unconstitutional prin.
has cipally upon the grounds that such ex
dis- emption makes it legislation affecting
fur- a special class, and he alleged that it
the was unjust discrimination. The ex
ticle emption clause applies to "stationary
ure firemen or assistants employed in the
mla- petroleum industry, in any cotton gin,
or any sugar plantation, or in the saw
A CURB-STONE INVITATION.
Following the announcement in The
Herald of last week that no one from
Algiers had been appointed to serve
on the committee in the dedication of
the New Orleans Immigration Station,
and following the reproduction of our
article in one of the city papers, we
are informed that Josrlennox has re
ceived an invitation and a request to
appoint a committee of three and to
act with this committee on the day of
We are indeed sorry that Algiers
should be sueach an insignilcant place
in the eyes of the New Orleans Pro
gressive Union and especially do we
S regret that apparently in the opinion
of the New Orleans Progressive Union
there is not, on this side of the river,
men of sufficiedt prominence to be
appointed in what affects our side of
the river to a greater extent than it
does the east bank.
We regret very much that it was
necessary for The Herald to call at
tention to this conspicuous oversight.
One of oar contemporaries has the
following to say:
i "Algiers Gets Honor After Many
Teare--Progressive Union Wants
Delegates to immigration Cere
"The Progressive Union has decided
to honor Algiers by appointing reel
dents on the committee of Immigra
tion at the immigration station cere
money in Algiers soon. The Algiers
Improvement As~cdation was asked
Tuesday to participate in the festivi
"'The failure of the Progressive
Union to appoint any one from Algiers
grieved the town. The Union then
t. "J. W. Lennox will appoint three to
participate in the festivities."
To-day all demand is for the "Supple" Corset.
In the Grecian-Treco, a corset has been
evolved that is to-day acclaimed and
acknowledged to be the most successful
ever designed for giving the classic, na
tural "uncorseted" lines now demanded
by Mme. Mode.
The distinguished qualities of the Grec
ian-Treco Corset are directly due to the
remarkable elasticity of its knitted ma
terial-the boneless construction- the
perfect proportioning, and the painstak
ing care with which they are made.
A special demonstration on these
consets is now being conducted.
BIEN JOLIE BRASSIERES
In Linen All-Over Embroidery net, some
prettily trimmed with dainty lace and
These goods also demonstrated in our
Pri., Nw York. LIMITED Ee,,blisher
Berlin and London. in IM42.
THE Furniture Business Establish
ed ovr 20 iearsn agp i this
District by J. Creighton Mathewes
has been trasfered to the city
proper. Mr. Mathewes cordially
laties his Aklgien frinds and
patrons to make the "Casa
____ Blanca" their headquarters whom
in the city, and to visit the urm
ishd begalow new on ehihttioni
so the third floor of the "Cass
Look for the Sign
J. Crighten Mathewos,
707 Camp Square, ear Lafayette
Pople who are
HAVE .weo h tb. r
YOU A 2,,,...·4, "a
PIANO? a t " rec
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at It. ,-,V .gs NOT
Ao ND iames BALL?
S EASY TERMS.
rduirs lart Plae Igsm, Lti.
J. P. SIMMONS,
703-705 CANAL ST.
e NEAR ROYAL.
Why Not Patronize the Home Bakers
and be Satisfied
2 Large Loaves of
Bread hot from the oven four times a day,
from the beet flour made.
THE MOST SANITARY BAKERY II ALGIERS
Cake 756 Per Hundred Dellvered.
924 Teche Street.
The Cheapest Stores on
the other side where
can be bought for
Cash or on Open
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
Your neighbor deals with
us-why not you?
Special Free Dellery of all
goods to Algiers, McDonoghvllle,
Gretna and Harvey.
(New Orleans' Most Progressive
Uptown Store, Magazine and
Downtewn Store, Claiborre,
corner St. Ann Street
Mat. W. Pinkerton. Principal
A. E. Pinkerton, Treasurer
I I. Pinkerton, Asst. Gen. Manager
Piakertom & Coapy
U.S. Dotmeist Aar
We are original and have no coenection
with any other Pinkerton Agency. We
have tour separate and distinet depart
Best Equipped Agency for Handling
gUIIgT L oA TE USIt.
HEADQUAWPERSR . CHPIAGO,
ISRAEL & LOEFFEL,
Audubon Bldg., New Orleans, La.