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THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbullding of the wes t Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914. No. 4.
/I PERSONALS II
AND OTHERWISE
I>:.- r n.o", irok,- took part inl
ti,- iiinĂ½.trl sho% gi-n las.t eek
I, the Y. V t . 1
I :tpttL!i Ii. J Trhplilllson aind ailp
';in Ja. t :riatt accomupanie tl h,
hIty of thii Iate ('aptaiii It. J. Tal
bot uip 'rotl.. Port Eads.
Senat' r W T. Christy a- c'alled
from tal; ItRouige last week by the
de.ath of his mother, the late M.rs.
Peiter Christy.
Mitts Olga Vallette returned last
week from G(;ulfport, Miss. Miss
Vallette was graduated from the
Gulfport High School last month.
Warren It. Seymour, of Baton
ltoug(, spent a few days in town last
week. lIe left Monday morning to
accompany 'is mother, Mrs. W. II.
Special For
FRIDAY
DAINTY 98C
BLOUSES
Some new arrivals in daint y
Waists made of extra quality
voiles trimmed with shadow
lace: others beautiful embroid
ery; wall worth $1.50.
Special Friday and Saturday
98c
Jap Silk 1 .9
Waists 8
White and Black. of excellent
quality .alp. silk with embroid
ered ruffles: all sizes.
Friday and Saturday
.1.98
New Wash 1.98
Skirts "
Made of Itatines, Reps and
Linens in all the new tunic ef
fects; perfect fitting models,
made in our own shops and guar
anteed to give good service.
Friday and Saturday
1.98
1618-20 Dryades Street
STORE OPEN SATURDAY MUSIC
UNTIL 10'.30 P. N.
Eyes Examined Without Drops
An Optometrist is one who prescribes and tits glasses without the use of drugs.
Optometry is not founded on medical science, but on OPTICAL science.
A lens treats Ilight, not disease.
We make accurate scientitic examinations of the eyes without using "DROPS"
THE EYE GLASS SHOP, 145 Baronne St.
DR. DAVID C. WILLIAMS. Optmetrist. Rear entrance In tront of Tulane Theatre.
RESoLVED
WE STAND BEHIND
OUR GooDS AND WE GO D
MAKE GooD ON
EVERY DEAL-OUR
GROCERIES MAKE
GooD. WE ToOK
CARE To GET THAT
KIND.
You CRTAInLY
DID MAKE
WHAT MORE CAN A GRoCER Do THAN To
MAKE GooD; MAKE GooD ON HIS STATEMENTS
ABoUT HIS STOCK. WE ARE PREPARED To SHoW
THAT WE CAN MAKE GooD. WE KNoW WHAT
To BUY AND WHERE To BUY IT. WE HAVE THE
BEST GROCERIES THAT CAN BE SEC.URED AND
WE KNOW WE ARE OFFERING THEM FOR THE
FAIREST PRICES. WE ARE PREPARED To MAKE
GooD ON EVERY SALE AND WILL SEND EVERY
PURCHASER AWEY SATISFIED.
AUGUST SCHABEL
GROCER
Seymour. and his aunt. Mrs. A. M.
Sttadtlman. to l.ewisburg. wl here t hey
w ill .pent some, tine.
\lr>. ;Gor, ni F. VaIllette" returnued
Thur.day fromn Mlobile. .\Ia
Mrs. F . 1Ve. ,ehort. s ho ha- beln
spling the pa-t month at .\bita
SprinL-. re-tLurn- I( hte Sundally.
Normiar .\. IItard will rtce'ie hi,
diploma trom Tulane i' nivewrity thi
tllntil al a graduate( ini the e igint r
ing Idepartmenlit.
The M. I .\ ( lub hlit-Id theor monthl.l
meetitg at the homne of .tit s i 1art
it rt,.e in V\'alle:te street. l'The meet
itn way p re-iled o oer by ('hester
G;reen.
M1r. anrd M rs. I l. lionnnllfelser spent
Sunday at ('hata a.
M.rs. Lott of Mobile was a vi.ritor to
Mrs. A. Ml\('loske. last week.
.\ penny party was given on Monday
evening at the home of Mrs. Ily.
Sc'hulz for the benefit of the Methodist
lpiscopal ('hun h.
Shelbl, (;ibbs of lBrookhaven is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Henry.
lilaise Treadaway was a \isitor to
Alexandria last week.
On yesterday morning Dlaniel Mc
Oscar, who has bt en a resident of our
town for thlie past few years. being
connected with the priests' home, left
.Algiers for PIhiladelplhia. Ia, where he
goes to witness the wedding of his sis
ter. Miss Maggie. which a ill take place
dluring this month. .Mlr. M.1Os(car ex
pie.ts to locate there antl his mian!y
friends wish him the best success. .1Mr.
MleOscar Is a young man of splendid
charater and those who are atlquaint
ed with hint ex let and feel confident
that he will succeed in his new sur
roundings.
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(Copyright. by McClure Syndicate.)
Wash in The
Ocean!
OCEAN LAUNDRY
Phone Algiers 279 338 Mergan St.
Patreomie a Home ladhstry
\1r> Iletlry IHtneck? and ltn (t'hrin
tlent Io \ l ('0 h11 t v ( 1 on Slnda\ last.
itt re the. iit-I M\rs Pl-'rd- M\. -
l n. an. .ri 1t: nc. ,. k t rtu e',l Suria.
hl,er lta lht, o r M, r a t i i.
k I. t.l nik clhl ' \ - j. t ul, r . o
.Mli, rvk 1lier'. ol,who a a- o erate+.
ot a fe, oll\ r. tr a I,
\1;e,:., , i, 1i 0t. un - S da t
Mt rn. kar . .b uitt returnedr
Tlp t' wted il n of . mith, wotl of
ths atted ,ea n leln Is f th- t, rans l
Isle railroad, to fai-m.Mail ltall, r. a
t harmling nfun,; lady of our to, n g\ill
take pl e l toa i- t in t'.h cityt
Mrs. . 'a. atler who and operated
ont a few necks ago at the P'resht
Sunday from lulfport t hGre thes had
spent the past two weeks.
.no. J. Braai came up from liurwood
this week and spent a few days with
his family.
louglas Glraai returned Sunda} from
Daisy, La., where he spent the past
month.
M1rs. W. W. lliauute and two chil
dren of Gulfport are spending some
time here. the guests of Mrs. Gordon
F. Vallette.
Sergeant Azcona has resen trans
ferred to the Twelfth precinct and
Serlgeant Peterson has bteen asw iglned
to the local station.
Miss Gladys Leith returned from
Sillinan College. Clinton, La.
iss Anda and Miss Alitoe Findley.
of Iowa, la., and students at Silli
man College. were the guests of Miss
Gladys Leitt for several days last
week. This is their first visit to
New Orleans. They went away de
Miss Gertrude laeith and Miss
Gladys went to Thibodaux. Lea..
Wednesday, June 3. to attend the
commencement exercises of the High
School.
Mrs. W. P. Salathe. Sr., and
daughter. Miss Alva. and son.
)wight, and Misses Clare Keenan and
Edna Gerretts are spending a free
days at the Salathe Villa at Bay St.
Louis.
Reserved seats can be had for the
performance on the 13th. but no par
ticular places will be served. First
come, first served.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Moreau and
children left last week for Shreve
port, to be gone until October.
Dan McOscar left yesterday for
Philadelphia, where he will reside.
TMrs. Nick Thorningo is spending
some time in Thibodaux.
Miss G(ace Lennox came o Ner from
mleartsease Park and spent a week
here.
The Algiers Theatre is beind reno
vated and electric fans will be in
stalled by Sunday night.
Miss Lorena Risher of Pacific ave
nue was sent to the hospital where she
was operated upon for appendicitis by
Drs. King and Pollock.
Miss Euniece Thomas and Mr. New
meyer will be married at Mt. Olivet
Episeopal Chureii on June 17th.
PRlE TANGO DANCING
One of the interesting features of
the Workingmen's Union and Benevo
lent Association's first picnic, which
will be given at Suburban Park on Sun
day, June 14th, will be the rprize tango
many entries. The committee in
charge of this entertainment is as fol
elows: w. . uffy, hairman; John
Thos. Rice, M. Hauskneeht, W. G. An
dry, A. Spitzfaden, E. authreaux, L.
E. J. Mothe, J. ae. Damon, W. Good
wine. HO. Mcahon, Geo. Nelson, te.
E. Babin, W. Sterling A. oodetersen G.
The committee in charge is confident
desire to enter the prize tango dance
,. only n,: to
FERRY APPROACH COLLAPSESI
ONLY FOUR PERSONS ON STRUCTURE WHEN ACCIDENT OCCURRED
-MAY HAVE BEEN SERIOUS DISASTER.
itt it ll a, ,l';tR' Hlt"+-tro ti the tolrtr
I,,t -" hi2. r..t - .\Lo a 0', ' tht,,nl oil t !ali'i
a.ii to 'ht t ;it. It riertaitt at- a' a t'
itt k, thint ' that tihe a itr tI+ t iee' rrn i 'I!
Its owh n it lid itnit h bf uti bfotr 'eolel
an it and tholck, rott en tibunr ht coulf
young ladisni are oing after the fro thir ent,
gaork. To silet dh that the atructure as ah
Thisere no better etn ideie ltcould e ten ar
had than th facrt that it tell almost by
its own. weight, with but four people :tt
m it, and the rotten timber that could
be seen immtndiaely after the accident,
gate silent evidence as to the cause. thi
This is certainly sufficient evidence ts
that the proper precautions are not be- mi
ing taken to protect the thousands of
Algerines who are compelled to use
this companay service for reaching the w'
city side of the river. .
Title andt again has The Ilerald call
ed attention to the fact that the South- lit
ern lnilro\ tlenlent & Fe'rr; ('ompany
are ottintiualy l iolatitng their fran- br
I tiIl ; that the1 are not gi ing the Ii
light in the te-rry houses and approach- to
t-atisfactory to the people h-who are
conpelhled to use tithe ferry and the ap
proaches at night.
The big flapping doors on either side an
of the ri \tr that ha\ e been cotmplained th
of by alltmost e\ -rt ctitizen of our dis- tit
trict still daily flaunt their defiance ha
again in the fatees of those that must vit
CLOSING EXERCISES HOLY NAME F'.
OF MARY SCHOOL, JUNE \'
13, 1914. I
le
Programme. er
"Mister liogie Man. Go Away'" -
Lillian Gerrets, Marguenole I'ujol,
Amelia Burke. Martha A.\dams, Isabel li
.Malpherson, Annette Lelloeuf. Adele (
Guillot. Mary Louise Foster. Mercedes
Thomlpsonl Iloris lieany. Lucille Ie
court, Blanche Glover. Florence Mc- D
Quilling. Sarah Yokum, Maud Besson,
Ethel Benoit, Thelma Furlong. May
Laufici. Elsie Oswald. Laouise Hour- 1
geois, Lucy Beninate. Marguerite l)wy
er. Mary Ar.nes Kinsnlla ..A;:ita ('a.;lir. li
Thelma Willis. Vera Muntz. Ethel Iui
Next time )ou purchase a can 11M
of SAUEltKIA(IT tT
Next time you purchase a c'an
of table IiLA'KIIEltIISl
i
Next time you purchatse a can c'l
oef.BEIETS
Next time you pur'chase a can
of pie BII.'KIBI:KHRIEStIl:
Say to your grocer: "I WANT -f
'ElLM HALL' Pack." Be sure
you get this brand and con- II'
vince yourself that Louisiana SI
Sugar Lands produce the' finest II
Table Floods packed in this par
ticaular line.
st
And Save Time by Sending ko
Your Order to New Or- pI
laens' Progressive Family IJ
(rocery House
I.
SOLARI'S M
"Elmn Hall" Sauerkraut, 3- en
pound tin .............IOr I
"Elm Hall" 3-pound tin lk
Heets- ................-. c l fe
"Elmn Hall" 2-poundtl tin Pie It
F'ruit Blackberries ..... Oc i
"Elmr Hall" 2-pound tin Ta- II
ble Blarkberries ill syrup le .o
signan. Zella ltobichaux, Aimny Brech
Stel. Ilelen hiuckins, Mary ('rowley, Lil- A.
lian .McClusky, Ethel CoLan, Anna -M
\- Wigman, Dollie Kestler. Leona Thom- T;
as. Grace Mor.e. Maggie t'aillouet. An.- 1"
nette Bartolo, Alma Fellers. Dora ('hap- i
man, Irma IDonnefelser, Rose I)es- ni
mond. Ielia P'itre. Flortnce h'rite, Iita Xl
lIesson, Ilelen Estopinal, C'atherinle N
Iesmson, ('amille Glancy, RItluth Lorio, .1
Lilliain Burrows. Eloise ('arplentir, Vi- .1
\ian Sutnseri. Lorine Muntz, Itesina
Pigue, Rita Lutz, I-unie ('arpenter,
\la!bil Murray. Leotha (,autreaux, Ju
lia ('atibhi. May Rooney. tl
The Clhallence." --R. ('Curren. O. lIar- Ik
ratr. i. Rib hardls, 11. IHealey. i. Spepnce,
T. (;oft, I). Salatho. L. Iegendr-. R.
-lhaddY's Little .dlan"--Mlasters X\'il- I
son tat'r:t t. t ohtert I uhths, Wilib
Wiliox. K.,llh (':tsi-y, Nolan lRobi
chanx. Edib-. M X.lahot. lEd ard Thorn
in-i. I harlb-a llry-nr-a. Rleatd Jamtes.
C'barlie Rt~us-ll, liRoart \\'illiamt . Ito
lanl Smith. .\rhi.- Fox, Ralph Ryant.
Ernest .\ndry. Joseph ilildebrand. Vii- 1
hert Pol'se. 8 anley li-ro')vi, Billy Burki.
teorce Mc('lusky, J. lupp., ('. Terre
tionne. C. Gerrets, Louis L.eBoeuf, .1.
Sutherland. O'Brien Clark, E. Capbern,t
T. ILamana, W. Lightell, L. Casler, S. c
Brechtel, P. MeBeno, M1. Andry, Ed. c
Smith, G. Heindell, E. Dellam, S.
Reany, M. Dixon, Tom Tallon, H. Ve
gien, N. McNeely, C. Morris, W. Sten
Iew . A. S4ot, W. Newamau, . Aucotn,
hit s ,b ; oti ! t ;-! Sa I s .in
door-. t he 1r1. tr. t n re., :rut IIItn
.-s iln w lih people h vlit' ,tilen silht
ly injurIed I tlt-,.". dou r, atld Wt:e'e
h ltdren hat be" ,en kniti kedl out of th
arlll, of their atltendl ant.
The puzzle garden w hit I is locatied
at the Morgan strieet ferry hotisse, has
becolme rentio l ed as offeiring theit great
est resistalite to pedestrians realching
the ferries iin quiick tinme. It is amnts
Ing to watch this arralngiulement in the
morning just after the arrival of the
Grand Isle train. There is the grand
iest confllsion in the tferry Iiouise as to
which direction to go, the people (olin
ilng oft of the ferry having to cross il,
fronlt of thos'. or breIak ill throullh the
lilies of the piasenigers coinii oler the
river. There hal e b.itiIn proteists
brought againslit this arrangemelllint by
the Iliost plrominenlit c itiznis in this
tow l,. but little if allny relief has been
gi\en in this respect
The ptlilit will statit iJust so much,
and we believe that they are "up to
their neck" in toleration at the preselnt
tinle with the conteimpt that is beilng
hlianded themi daily by this publi, ,er
vice corporation.
F'. Killeen. T. Mailphierson, E. \\'aner,
W. G'ood\wyn.li. . Leoientdri. J. ('asey,
Ilarold Treadaway, John ltltz.
The .ast }Rose of Stlnmtner"-.lisses -
M. Kelin,. Nettie W\orley .lulia Twick- -
ler. (L. LeLendre. N. Ke lin, Ml. Walt
er., E. Tallon, E. Mitchiell, A. Johnson.
The Doll's Hlouse P'arty"-- ('larac.
ters) The Mistress DIoll. Mis Floris
Ituttpp: Little )Dolls, lalby Elocution
('lass; Nurse .Maid D)oil. Miss Frances
Hlag.Lerty; louse Maid D)olls, Misses
•Marie Kevlin and Helen Tallon; The
Doll's Ilouse Cook, Miss Marguerite
('ay. i(;uests) The Nigger DIoll.
' iss Mary ('ollins: The Japanese Dolls,
M.isses C(lare ('assidy and Gladys Si
rey: The Ilancing D)olls, 1Misses Ee
lyn Peterson, Dorothy .Murtagh. Mary
Blrown, Mildred Ml('auley, Alice Itlor
dan, Anna Poster; Young Lady Dolls.
Misses .Mary McILean and Elenora
Mitcheill: The Ol l.ady IDolls, Misse
Mamnie Morrisonl. Heletn Blarrett. tHelen
Grahaml, Katiie Slpence.
Intermission.
The In iting Song 1 2nd Grade Blo) s
-Werner llourgeois, Sterling iRobi
chaux, Warren Good w lie, John ('amns,
I'dis Itolbicliaux. Alfred Chestlnut. Jo
s,,lph Tallon, Harold Malain, Halsey
'Malain, Jloseph l)onely, Philip tnseri,
.\rtiur Ilrecihtel, Thomas Brechtel, Al
fred ;oulld, John Fulrlong, Louis Lutz.
Paul Iigue, ('astidy lBarrett, Ignatius
Stenger, Charles Willis, Maurice
Ileathi. torace LeBlanc, Andre ('ouget,
Howard ilibbins, Leslie McMahon, Jo
seph Brown, (arlos ( asler. Aidan Ba
ker, Andrew McQuilling, Tony Dina
poll, Joseph Phillips, Fred Langford,
Joseph Dubois.
Recitation--Willie Bauer. . M. anent,
L. Adams, John Brown,-C. Barrett, L.
Murtagh, George Huff.
Dainty Domestics (2nd Grade Girls)
Esther ('albanol, Leona Navillan.
Louise Mabano, Carmel Oswaldl, Grace
Casey, Odele Benoit, Lucille Phillips,
Edwina .'hlicis, Alberta Persons, Flor
ence McC(ord, Hlolsten Mosely, ,sabel
I.ightell, (;eorgiana Lightell, Inez
ilouirgiols. Thleresa Jones. Grace Cof
foe, Patlnie (Goft, .Manlie l"athl. Jennie
Iret-cttel. Edith Il)aigle. RuIth .1h'Quill
ing, Orville Mc'Mahlon, Pelicie lellanc.
Ilora Morsi,. Blanche .C('lusky, I.ettii
('ogtan, .\ lice ('antin, Annuncy Beni
nati. lHonnie Pope, ('athlerinle Newmtan.
'Clotildo Willis, C('armelit (Geilpert.
The Star Sliantled lanner-- Misses
A. Riordan, M,. McCauley. E. Ptierson.
.11. Kevlin, -. Collins, M1. lBri-t n, II.
STallon. It. Pridolin, E. P'itre . 1. Mose
ly, E. Lewis, B. Wacner. M. Huff. I.
SVinet, I. Iussll, RIt. Strass- el;. Wa. '
Sner, A. Cabibi. \. .Maher, (;. ('ouiget.
M. \talloitti., .\. Iturry, K. I'oian, .\.
Newmfniai, N. Neiwniall. ('. Suii.rtri, 1).
.Mlrtagh, I. C('aphern, M. ('asey, I.
tluntz, ('. (;off.
Awarding of prizes.
"c'olumbia tile (;Gen of the Ocean."
Instrumental dulets will be playil
throuighout tile iro-r:iamnte Iy thte fol
lowin: .Miss,,s Eiily Tallon. Julia
Tx~wi.kl.r, Netlita Kevlin. Itin-itit Ken
nairi Frances llagrt.1, (t'lar,- ta-sidy.
.osiP WVileLt-ian, M1arie K .i.li, I , +.<,olht
.on, I lilhn Tallon, I oroti Murt-h,.
ILn \Vlheatly - Ma ter I-it- -' ( 'ri. ._
WIIEISS,.' M.ASTS TO) (o 'Il'.
-The Inttch talki-l-of n,.w .1,, fcet
w ireless mniasts for oilr Ntiv;ll Statii:n
\\ill soonl be a reality, as plans andI
i. specifications, together \\ ith instruic
1, tions to ask for bids, have ben re
- ceived at the station, and the work
i. of preparing for the big new wireless
. station has already begun. This no
Sdoubt marks the beginning of the
i opening of the station which is of
, such vital iaterest to us.
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Annual June Clearance of Rugs, Mattings,
Linoleum, Window Shades,I Lace
Curtains, Drapery a n d
Upholstery Goods
You will tint th. r'.l t n or, i. ' h n u ..N. * , .11A 'h .
are frt'h and pert ,t, a S t r,,lu ed., tor no olhetr (".,i t hn t' h:at !! .,. . ,, . ".:t,.
atl un,' clearance
SMAI.L RLPGs AND LARt,I: ART S, 1I.-' <
v .: nt frm t: h
market price.
MATTINGS
3JS grade , .
30c grade : i. :10c
25c grade . NI : 14
2.c grade : i . , 14
15c grade  1: ,, : . , l
LINOLEUMS
1.60 grade I. I' I . , :.. : ;. 1.35
1.40 grade 1'. i I :i 1 1 . 1.05
1.25 grade ...... I 1 ,.:, I.,:": .. , ":.. ., ... I " 1.00
70c grade l, '.. i I . . .: . ,, 59c
60c yard 1'".:.', :, , ::..  , . 45c
LACE CURTAINS
AT A REDUCTION OF 25 PE CENT FOM THE MARKED PRICES.
UPHOLSTERY AND DRAPERY GOODS
; .: h ' .!; , ". ,1 r,' ; I.-.1 . ". i" : .t.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .::: ,- . . .X . ., t. - , . ... .!
%T A REDUCTION OF 25 PER CENT FROM THE MARKED PRICES.
WINDOW SHADES
I.. . :65c . . .. , 1 a 1.15
85C 1.45
O 1 90c 1 . 1.50
1 i , 1.2u ". ,.. 1, , , i .. 1.85
D. H. Holmes Co.
Paori, New Y ork, LIMITED Fe,.bie.ed
Berlin, Lndon and Florence. April 2 1842
$1.00 Per Week Clothes The
Whole Family
Your Credit is
good at this ,
Store.
No Red Tape
we need no '
Security.
WATCH OUR SPECIAL "
SALES EACH WEEK
Free Seuveniers Saturdays to Ladles
See the Mexican Pic
tures and Munitions
of War, from Mexico
in our windows..
ASICIN & MIARINE CO.
WORLD'S GREATEST CREDIT CLOTHIERS 118 South Rampart St.
DIAMOND SPECIALS
April is the Diamond month, and for this reason twc hare marked
Solitaire Diamond Rings, Studs, Ear Screws and Diamond Jewelry
at -ery unusual prices.
See these exceptional values in our window, and if you rcontcm
plate the purchase of a diamond, by all means take adrantage of our
A.pril Specials.
WHITE BROS.
JEWELERS--OPTICIANS
624 Canal Street
TIS IS IMPORTANT
Y'our eye-glasses-do they fit properly?
Our Optician will adjust them and keep them adjustlrl ti ithout
bharge, no matter where you bought them.
The Lowest Priced Inner-Player Piano
is SUPERIOR to Any Other Player Piano
The Inner-Player is a complete Player Piano. all one instrument. The Inner-Play
er has distinctive features, has better quality, action and more perft.ct control than any
other Piano in th. world, regardless of price. There are many Players on the market,
but not one is equal to the Inner-Player.
THE FIVE GENUINE PIANOLAS
I CONOVER . 51000 3 KINGSBURY $754
2 CABLE 5850 4 EUPHONA 565J
5 EUPHONA $5j
71U55"WIJO jd"'II"p"q912-914
- CANAL
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
NOaR s USED. Five Year Gold Filled
Eye Glasses $ 0
' or Spectacles a ,Ou
Reading or
: / C Distance
*, " Brown's Drug St
929 CANAL STREET
EXAMNINATION FREE. Nest Doeer t KrYers News .. lc

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