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VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE II, 1Q14.
ii PERSONALS Ii
i1: . ;i- lone l.a i (,toni, Sadie (;ar
aid. Mlaude V. Anderson and Kathlr
; " lark 'ilI I,.,1 ' Mo.\l day to he ',,
1uef ..t, of 1 r- II. .1 "'oll iloftn ait hor
, u n. , r a t ' " : , n h t t a . T " ,, 1 \ i" , " t
to tIo ' itp:r " w , it thrli. IA ,i'k-.
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.at 1',a+. " ft :" N,",,+ YorR1 k. Itl,t ilo, anr t
'ot,,.r r' ,rt, a.i', , i t ,a ern t it t'ns.
\Itr .1 I llit- try io:rl , :i': Irnl and
.\ i11- ý!,' Ill, it :,.s1 i' r 11 11o (it I solie
tirn i in frokhah inl.
i:tr. \W illi- .l 1 . - o all a i lttle son
l fIt :llllat 1 ! i; tI: t !1, , . to the
Mr. arnd Mrs. Pratnk Duffy are re
ciit ing i ,t ,iranilation-, on tlhe alrrial
of :1 lntn ::, . girl at their hom 'e.
r; .1 T. (Collins of .M ruan i ity
th.; wee ,k.
\i: t M il ihn rra, "t, i.+ i .".mln
tllt lritlg ;a It;!t\i, I- ill i ( o,' " 1 ia f-w
'1r i1i I;in'1 Ik hai" rt ritit I tfrom
u, :t" t'i . , %%.. . I u .l-o pn o by
thwr : t!. .rand dlt!ati l~ o r. ell,' n \11.
'li'hi .\ftlrnoon Fit- i lmihred tflub
.was ellrtil lnet il r. .\:,ert Short
;at har Loi if n .< :.1t -Itret. The
-1i f.!+iul plahi ft o terf 'Irs. it. EI
\\Vhitmore , :u l 'irt-. . ltr i .., is. The
.1, ,lu in,·1 fll to th lot of Mrs.
Black. lpla.ini. for Mrs. \. F'. Spencer.
SMrs. \\Whitm hre will entertain the club
on June 23rd.
Molih interest is hein~g taken in the
flower parade that is to !ie cihen on(i
(Copyright. by McCluru ayndlste.)
Wash in The
P.s. Algiers 279 338 Mergam St.
Pahrenls. a Hem. Iaduairy
Eyes Examined Without Drops
Aa 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 light, not disease.
We make accurate scientific examinations of the eyes without using "DROPS"
THE EYE GLASS SHOP, 145 Baronne St.
DR. DAVID C. WILUAMS. Opte.etrlst. Rear entrance In frant of Tulane Theatre.
- i 1 WE ARE THE BUSY BEE
STORE ALL RIGHT-
BUT YOV CANT GET
5TUNG HERP,; FOR.
WE DID N'T MAKE OUR
", SUCCESS THAT WAY.
WE ARE HEP To S'TAY
AND MAKE GOOD.
WE ARE JUST AS BUSY AS CAN BE. WE ARE
BUSY KEEPING UP OUR STOCK of GROCERIES,
PRoVISIoNS AND VEGETABLES FOR OUR PAT
RONS; WE ARE BUSY ARRANGING OUR STOCK
So THAT WE CAN SERVE YOU QUICKLY ; WE ARE
BUSY TRYING To MAKE oUR PRICES HONEST
AND FAIR, AND WE ARE BUSY WAITING UPON
CUSTOMERS, BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN BUSY IN
PREPARING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS.
"lr".~" " t . ,l ;le+r thi I ai;. i,'- of tix'x
i t i l.f.a -ue. I i .t w i.x , t,., r ;tar
a'ntt a n lit iir or l iic u :l i it !1 fli ", i
c ii, -e t . a r a -. , d .,lt- ,iti r- ill i a .
to c.it " ;,'rit' iest , .h , 1 i . t r iit
bI a May po!*. d!at, . al a -tmy", of
N.ew ot Ii ball. l 'te crtian ai ,l , aki,
" ll ., , - hl ;' .;1t, ;,la> routndl .
M r. la d \ir r 1 ,.(,:rd of l',, iti, a1.,
tu . r i r Ti t s a or f hiAt,. Illi
Th, e Li1li, ' l tiil t,: \i t. t':ie . t
M rs. i . (i . lFia dtlln. As this 1h ill b,,
Ithe -a.at 1," lit ':. .h t hi fni r. It It ,
hrope rl that a lar tl n t!,er t\ill ,ia
ipresent itefreihtin eln ts wvil! ut " .o.rtt .
a :a tiperiln'.atle ailt J. \\ It . ,htta leaft
la-t light fot r tiii tn,t It irsidl, \lic' h.., to
IattLe nIth* ' . astl ir o' f tetioll oIf ipt lt
t'hi,.f.. Sopt. lRe'. nt l< will read a pt
I[r ast h. flakingllt ('onl n. asu t ot
oI the s roduiat tio from thel Sale nf
labttn hh lrin ool, xercithesit of hi-h
took I'ace rion Tuesday eening la it.
oull-. LouI , G. \ o,.rt and lithe ,ri, t
eft r f t ias ,itn t h r h rotls her and li
ter in Fh rt \M' 'i ,.. In .\[I,"r ;p,':1,
isucc t I n the future -:will be lookeI
forw ard to with gall reat nterest.. Yrk
.twas oe of thel fetw wo made the etrat
points and aould al ro have been la
g raduate this year had the scs.t hool
the raisedt the standard.e,! lI
.\rs. r. Spo. ts hi ret'rned tfrom
risit to \,lr- ir aSpolts' it relatives
Terr aut, Ind.. and to her sisrter
Miss largerlta Kevlin spent a ltewl
days in Biloxi, Miss., during the past
front the N ,orlal hool on i'h'arsdl}
niuht. recei,.'+ it her diploma it, kinlh."r
Jno.is N.s ariley an f Lois alresidernt ot
our town, btrt htnow residing n eior an
the .Mr Olit,.' Epal opl ('htrbth choir.
bouiseard lon thine ilin has rgoune to
frDuontm rowder Company, wer sith hich
oman t r. i ley ha been connected.
forittle tanton rs. Riley epof ects tlo leave
thes city tonight to meet heirhday art
at hinci hnnati on astd from theursday. the lit
trafel to some of our prinhd cipal cities, o
four . ea rs.
Master Lee (heo. Lowe, son of .1r-.
Lee Lowe, e.ashie.r of the Interstate
Trust & Banking ('ompany, was one
of the graduates from the Warren
Easton high school, exercises of whip, h
took place on Tuesday evening last.
Young Lee Lowe Is one of the bright
est pupils in the schools here and him
success in the future will be looked
forward to with great interest. Hie
was one of the few who made the extra
points and would also have been a
graduate this year had the school
board insisted on the new rules when
they raised the standard.
Mrs. Fred Spotts has returned from
a visit to Mrs. Spotts' relatives in
Terre Haute, Ind.. and to her sister in
Miss Marguerita Kevlin spent a few
days in Biloxi, Miss., during the past
Jno. N. Riley, a former resident of
our town, but now residing in Morgan
boulevard in the city, has gone to
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., to at
tend a convention in the interest of the
Dupont Powder Company, with which
company Mr. Riley has been connected
for years. Mrs. Riley expects to leave
the city tonight to meet her husband
in Cincinnati and from there they will
travel to some of our principal cities,
;. . - , i t
S " i '". 0lh 1., L A Re I S C
i i _ :,r neal I:t th. "e n tida r
ic 1c- 17c 25 - c c " It.
On -'.!ursa. t."une 4th3 . I:t. , i- . i
ceIre tiiit c d ii]e 'it, \ S hrc- . e ertA l.al. i Ia r.
\lr. c;:citr e is ol e a - if thi t-: t ache-r
ill a . oitia . ai 11 fItilltiid Mr lt " Ih 11111 - 11
iouIng couple expectbt a, i to tmake thelir
home in Ilaton ouge on, ac cou\nt ot
illr. i ainni M t s lduties th(ere.
i11rs. A. AHayes left Saturday for
lenarine Tex., to join .lor. ayes, wor.
aInis ac lct etid a rtositio a thler. Their
r any frientide regret to lose them ; frot
Mrs. (;i. W. isauc um and cthildren re
turned to their home in Uulfport, Sat
apt. los. . and eatle and fatitut ill a
on. i. Webert, hieo. E. lrookes, Jos.
is a yrowly and of has. MI;Gotern spent
the week-endt at hiamond, haa.
succers. . . Kraft and daughters ill
leave this morning for Alexandria. La.,
to spend a week.
Flag Day was observed in the pub
li schoolnis riday. Out ing to the fied
date for Flag l)ay, June 14, coming at
a time when many of the schools are
preparing to close, or may be closed,
M. r. Hart suggested that the day be
observed June t, and this suggestion
was adopted. There were brie. exer
cises in all the schools comprising
patriotic songs, salutes to the flag and
the reading of brief histories of the
United States flag.
.Mrs. C. G. Moseley is spending some
time at Lafayette. La.
Mev. A. J. Schliesser and family re
turned last theek from in ulfpoarmington,
aprs. J. . atheawes has acceptemi
an intiitation to address the good roads
congress. to he held in Chicago Jund
13-,spent at the Coliseum. This congress
is called mp, the nterhis atioweeal k.ood
Roads and Autos.moile rn speation.
The National ood ioamons d, ciat.ion
theave Illinois Statmorningood oalexandrs Asocia
tion and the Cweicao ek. ood oas As
sociate fion.r Flag Day, June 14, coming at
a tiliae wheud.n manyr. of the local
itranch of the (ommnerial-(err;unnia
Iankar is o jolosei a acation smay bent icosed
theW. O. Hart asugd ast.
obMrs. rved ichartJune 5, and children. forsuggestirl
of our town hut now of Allynton, l'a.,
spent a few da.s here enroute to lion
day for hiotic songs, salutes to where hflag anill
ice thte guaist of -efr sister-in -law. Mrs.
Ttce following young ladies will be
Uirattated from the f New Orleans Nor
Inial School this neorline at 11 o'clock:
ilorence at irgis. Iatzel Path, Clara Ia
ieoney. Ilazel Meaicher. Mael Maguire,
front the rugttlar depart mciit: and (al
lie dohnon ant Irene Laskey fromin the
kindergarten de-parmr ncr.
The manr y friends of Mrs. Jho. It. Al
len nill be pleased to learn she has
rne otered afte;: being confined to her
bed for tlie least week.
Messrs. Frank Lecourtl, Jr.. A. lur
gis, R. Isaacson spent a most delight
ful day Wednesday at Bay St. Louis,
at the Salathe villa.
Mrs. W. P. Salathe, Sr., Dwight Sa
lathe, Mlisses Alva Salathe, Edna Ger
retts and Claire Keenan, who were vis
itors to the Salathe villa at Bay St.
Louis, returned home Sunday, much
pleased with their trip.
Misses Ellin Prealer, Olga McNeely,
Albertina Iacort and Mesrn. Walter
,lui l \\'tl,. I' I ' ir', . ai it i ",r ..,1
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:- laire Fin .. ,t ' .
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in d eiat ! l. k Ti rtitu' r til' l \ ';it
idal for il P rk I) ,,s . I trlr(n i i ital.
I tt'i.i tA e w i\' ll b1 '"111 h441 r I itl li..- t111 :.
Stli Ie i a trait"l , -so t iiitr rr t
I 1a rs i .Ml red Hi. k4'r . i i tt:ll 4 d 4al-!'
1htoll .\nt:a ill tw ",a e for F"ralkl:h, Sa, t
sat', wi. r i 44it is l' in 4thr11. (hiIc
r} n., i r,.. the .1t' ',\,l j. fi h r ht i- I ,
aite t n aip - lll ekF r .lli. an ;- 1e i
I ' ct.. ' i e \ - 11 I.t rr
\I l.s ,e n !',,cl ,i-ia S r, \\ i,) ,.l. a );I r'
ai tt r ai . r,- ,eIt ta : t.l t !ii;l ,id ~t . r
i \11 ed T t l, il . ll - r4i '1 1 1iur I r ill
L!ia le ! it ..i h ur l i. ... \ sp a k111 i ellil
lom ,,r". t larlit , s , .tI rI.l i. I iii lt 'r.
t i.l u es of lir I ar1en -. Mr . ar lh ir
1.. 1 ' et, in; u , l rr e.' s' e w' .
I1l1n Mir. ouit J. tli hesI rt . Wr re mesi
oflill l 111 re i r i a ma' r:i ordi n '1.1.'1
ne\t \\ our t k.
asr. ark e (). Iare i mlla e a in it er-
itli trip- to Biaton fltbon, la-.t \we.,k to
a st ti eclll isi tel t hll tit()tn of till- ui.ll i-a
Stalte Dental .\-.s( lii. T ri. trp
waj made in IO I' ar.\'s autonlodsile
iand i s\, a ir ost sleliihts fl oneu. "lhn'
Ir. i r eri ks. the deanI of the l nit
('olle e; lr. lie Verge- and Ilr. itraez.
u left ai l \ oednet day ltrti n and rei
turned Sunday. The return trip va-s
made in six hours, which stpraks well
for lr. ('are f's motoring ability.
MRS. VAN HESS INJURED.
In the aothcidet to te approach to
the ferry which fell into the rier last
week. Mrs. W. J. Van tiess, now a resi
dent of our town, living at 6ll Opelou
sas avenue, was badly injured, which
has necessitated the attention of a phy
sihian ever since. Mrs. Van Hl+ss was
injured about the arms and sides and
it is feared that she is also injured in
Mrs. Charles Arnold of lcDonorlh
ville was also on the structure when it
fell, but was near to the ferry house
and was able to run in before she was
seriously njured. These two names
were omitted in our report last week,
as they were from the reports printed
in the other papers.
RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH
A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR
SHOES FROM HIM.
Waists made of extra quality
Jap Silk 0 9.
1 .9 8
MISS MAHER TRIUMPHS-ALGIERS
AGAIN A LEADER.
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I r l i .t"iri h 111 ,..'i li i I - I \11 of rdire. I ' l
aill il . ' I'ciaractr I ot tht I1 and ti il.
\n1 . II.,,,. :..r c .hl .! I. l ;;, .' ...r -
; l" "to i. i, 1. tll, (a te of t'hie . i"in . I -,
ti isarks. a l t.enld of (d .tai n -r le t
lHo rn in .\li rs. s-.. z tali -, l- .,in let at
S i tL h t rii: t, ,i h- i ts l :t i It . ta
\ i'tl a wei: r lt l r' 'll .i' , I e t" , -1 . t
ti .-re'd it, di t . i-. F.i t. an t -l i
:. ilt ! 11 ",'tlr * ,i "h ..r ;,i' ," l, li - .i'tr "
all t i l. I 1 u
MThe late la.net tit and mtt-I,"\-Ii
had selected as a m.inor study, for I ',r.
Englith; but lre attaind hi h 1honors
\l IS. .Xli..\ M.tA llEtiI.
ties for th, displa) of different talents
and in the all haracter of the nllooi od. t
oem . istrn course i f the Suaddit n od
dess, a Letowtd of Old .Japan." sele,+ted
as the class play for 11:1er of the New
Aftcomb seniors . iss aher again gre hat-er
ly dipomtinuis at the hrself through er
Sa and histrionic gifts, was inarning theon
grlatulaited byof a r. Rodiencbert Sharp pre lassi
The of Tulae l nimersted and mu)r.h- d
Professor )ixon, ptieresi dean of Newomb Col-,
had selefor hted as a woinor stful orkdy for her.
English; but she attained hiih honors
in all of t cliomase to her studies, ade the
chemistry course in addition. aMivss
Hero regards Miss Maher as "a born
chemist at laboratory and reearhe an
After Miss Maher had recomeived her
diploma at the rencr. Opera House
last Wednesday, she was warmly con
gratulated by Dr. Robert Sharp. presi
dent of Tulane University, and Dr. V.
V. B. Dixon, president of Newcomb Col
lege, for her wonderful work and the
triumphant climax to her studies, andt iss
her lassmates, proud of her aomhieve
meants, presented her with a beautiful
floralhee olerfal talened with orange ana
blak, the class colors of fce a New f omb ohas
It is rare indeed loth at one person cianr
Sattain suaoh remarkab sut laess and iatl
the same time retain the resper i. an ir rk t ank
ulove of her friend s and rivals, but Miss
Maher is a remarnable young woman
ti( aese ourslerfui talents, has also madrii.
all if oer gifts, and |li.r work ier tinak
tIti.bI of it te , we hae every rII ,iason toi
PRIlE TAHCO DAHCIHG
Otie of the interesting fiatlire. of
the \Vorkincntin's niOln atid llii,ro
lent Asso-iation's lirst leilnie, whi, h
will Ie given at Suburban P'ark (in SIn
day, June 14th, will ie theti, prize, tail-,i
dain-intg whi-lh la. alreiady ri-i-i-i i-,I
mianl- entrii--. The <i .lili'a tte- in
-lhar. e ofi this ent.rtaii n nl.iit i-: fiof -
-,lAv.: W M.1. l hiifty, hai 'ual r! nal" iii
Si hrodier. ex-oflicio; t'. 1.I iliblebrat Il
A. C. Briel, J. -.. iuper. ; .1.1. Tailtti
Thos. Rice, F. Itauskne- lit, W. G. An
dry. A. Slitzfaden, I7. (;amtbr,.,ix. I..
P. \Villie, G. Brunssalnn, . .. . Itarrett,
EI. J. Mothe, J. II. Ilation, \V. G;rnl
wine. .1. Ml.l ahoi, t;i . , N -'soi. M.
Grinimes., Il. Lecourt, . F. I.e <oirt, IE.
E. Babin, W'. Sterlirg, A. I'.-i-r--n, (;.
The committee in char.- i~, onfilent
that the affair will be one of the big
successes of the season. All those who
desire to enter the prize tango dance
contest will send in their names to W.
M. Duffy, the chairman of the arrange
ment committee, who resides at 121
Olivier street.--Adv. Juan 4 11
Bathing Suits for Women
So many ~noeties s:'h a nurber ,' e' :S e s'. ,
3.00 to 16.50
Bathing Suits at Spe tall t'rites
THE CAPS AND SHOES. SERF CLOTH.
S. ! ,, r, , i SERF CLOTH.
CAPS, ... Children,'. Bathing Suite
FLANNEL AND SERF
SHOES. '. , 2.) CLOTH 1.01)
MOHAIR. :r .. , 5.01)
White Wash Fabrics
.. .." fit , "~ . . . I . I " . n I I
WHITE LINENE SUITINGS. -.';, . :
hit I l I
42-INCH WHITE RICE VOILE... l : . '
WHITE CRISPINE CLOTH ii 1. r .. . . .... .
40-INCH WHITE RATINE. ;r, I . r:
' I :. , ,:... !
45-INCH PLAIN WHITE FRENCH CREPE.
44 INCH WHITE BEDFORD CORD, . i
40 INCH WHITE VOILE AND VOILE NEIGE, ..
WHITE JESSAMINE CREPE., ;.
D. H. Holmes Co.
Par A. Neu. York, LIMITED F"sblished
Berlin, London and Florence. Apr 2, 1842.
$1.00 Per Week Clothes The
Your Credit is
good at this
No Red Tape .
we need no
WATCH OUR SPECIAL .
SALES EACH WEEK
Free Smueaers Saturdar to Ladies
See the Mexican Pic
tures and Munitions
of War, from Mexico
in our windows.
ASKIN & nIARINE CO.
WORL'S GREATEST CREDIT CLOTHIERS 118 South Rampart St.
April is the Diamond month, and lot this reason we hare marked
Solitaire Diamond Rings, Studs, Ear Screws and Diamond Jewe'lry
at vcry unusual prices.
See tlrse e.r'reptional tvalucs in our window, and if you contem
platc the purchase of a diamond, by all means take adrontage of our
April Spe cials.
624 Canal Street
TllS IS IMPORiTANT
Your, ye-glasscs-do they fit properly?
Our Optician will adjust them and ke'p thIm adjusltedl N thout
,ar,',,' no mattt'r at here you bought th,'m.
Buy a New Scale Kingsbury Piano at $350
ON EASY PAYMENTS
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
NODEs USED. Five Year Gold Filled
Reading or -
S*Ar (OPI'TICAI. I)EPARTM.EI
'i Brown's Drug S
929 CANAL SIR
EXAMINATION FREE. Nest Dear to IIres New