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XXIII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915. No. 1i.
GREATEST STORE SOUTH
Are the Children Prepared
lo school--their 'l, thing, their ooks, their Schol Sul,pllieA
4 ready? Is the -huse all ready for Fall--every ro,,om from
laichen to attini:,i span and complete?
This store i Irtpared with wonderful completeness to
Supply every one, li tilc needs at Maison Blanche economies.
All The School Text ooks
2inO( THE ELEMENTARY GRADES TO THE HIGH
No crush. no, tedious waiting when you buy the chil
bure's school books this year.
Come in early and find out what the children need. The
0Scitl lists for every grade are here, and every b)ook and item
od school supplies.
SJust leave the list (if the books and supplies )ou need and
e will send it to your home without any waiting on your
HELPERS' CIRCLE THANK
MISS LOUISE KOPPEL.
M- eeting of the Silent Helpers'
-- at the home of Mrs. Jules
" Thersday the 9th inst., a do
d $g0 was made by one of our
lir . Geo. Koppel, the pro
Sa lawn party given for the
t Ilest Awhile by her little
limer and our secretary at
- party and were deeply im
wish the earnestness and en
' these young workers The
baths sold out early in the
lee cream was dispensed at
chm, sandy and lemonade at
wile Miss Louise Koppel had
at the fancy-work booth, every
- which had been made by her
- lagers. Then there was a
where fortunes were told,
s erry-go-round for the little
Lofise and some of her as-i
were Japanese costumes. Jap
teras hung among the trees,
Japanese parasol hung over
beeoth. The children worked
' IL. until 3 p. m. arranging
booths, stringing up
sai making all necessary
o thanks was tendered Miss
it the meeting, but the Ci-cle
this medium, to ex
$Metel appreciation to Miss
her assistants for this gen
n to our work. The
be applied to the furnish
we are raising for the
Wrllht Memorial Cottage.
at these youthful workers
are Imbued with the true
"fit of service, and it is the
,tk leader, a hope which is
the entire membership, that
elde may be organized ere
larles E. Erath
JAMES OINART'S CELEBRATED MUSTARD,
3B6 Creole Pepper Sauce, Redenapper Sauce
CREOLE KETCHlUP, AMMONIA AND VINEOAR
OOis edad for United Mileage at Mala Office 607 Whitney
1 KERLEREC STREET HEMLOCK 9413
ALL SHE CAN CARRY
ALGIERS WILL GET GARBAGE
The first definite step toward secur
ing a modern system of garbage de
stroying plants was made Tuesday,
when the Commission Council, on rec
ommendation of Commissioner Lafaye,
authorized the preparation of plans
and specifications for the erection of
an incinerating plant to be located
in Algiers. The plant will cost be
tween $25,000 and $30,000. Construc
tion work will begin immediately
following the completion of the plans
which will call for a modern estab
Commissioner Lafaye said the local
plant will be a high temperature de
stroyer. It will be equipped with ma
chinery to generate electricity to op
erate the whole plant.
Th site for the plant will be se
leteted soon. Commissioner Laf.ve
said the location would be convenient
and would best serve the collection
system in Algiers. The plant on the
west bank will serve the Fifteenth
"The plant to be built on the city
side of the river," said Commissioner
Lafaye, "will be larger, having a ca
pacity sufficiently great to take care of
the needs of the city."
"Kid" Herman defeated "Young"
Stacy in a three-round bout last Sun
day evening at the S. P. Station, Al
"Kid" Herman will defend his title
as 85-pound champion of Algiers next
Sunday, Sept. 19th. meeting Ed Stacy,
a brother of "Young" Stacy.
"Battling" Trosclair, the little 85
pound champion's brother, will meet
"Kid" Gonzales at 100 pounds at the
La Salle Athletic Club stag, Oct. 2d.
Mr. and Mr,. ;George Koppel ,,pent
the past twe.e ill (;Galvestoll, Tex.
('lptaii '. P'. .laxoIIn, of the South
tru P'ucit:ic steansihip lMoulus. Thurs
day turned over to Mrs. tlinedict, of
the Traveler,' Aid So'iet., $.:; col
hletted iroml Ipassencers hduring his re
cent trip Irom New York. The~te do
nations through ('aptain 1Maxson have
become a regular feature, and have
aided the a.ssociation greatly in its
The School Hoard directed Superin
tendent Gwinn to make preparations
for the proper observation of Public
School Da., Oct. 9. at the Charity
Upon recommendation of Superin
tendent Gwinn it was decided to dis
continue the use of a text-book in the
It was announced that the public
evening schools will be opened Oct. 11.
M.rs. Sam Gougenheim and children,
of Morgan City, are the guests of
the former's sister, Mrs. C. O. Roome.
G. Douglas Roome is visiting in
1Miss Sadie Bouterie was the guest -
of Mrs. C. O. Roome.
Mrs. J. tlearlihey, of Olivier street,
has returned from a two months'
visit to her daughter, M.1rs. F. Knopp.
of Cleburne. Tex.
M.rs. A. J. Gerard and little daugh
ter have returned from Asheville and
other North Carolina cities.
Dr. and Mrs. .. R. Adams are home, I
after a pleasant stay in North Caro
Mrs. .los. Bas:s left for New York.
('apt. and Mrs. Ii. J. Thompson and I
little daughter. Marion. have returned
front a visit to Niagara Falls and
other points of interest In the North,
and will spen' the winter at their
home in Abita Springs.
Misses Marguerite Weaver, Maude
Anderson, Kathrine and Ayfreda Wel
fer were the guests of Capt. and Mrs.
1l. J. Thompson at their home in
Abita Springs, for several days last
Miss lone Lampton returned Mon
day from a delightful visit to San
Francisco and other cities in the
Master Jules Judlin and sister Eula
have returned Tuesday evening from
Lafayette, after enjoying a month's
The Friday Night Euchre Club met
last week at the home of Mrs. W.
Sadler. The successful players were
Mrs. F. Goebel. Mrs. J. Curren, Mrs.
D. Murtagh and Mrs. A. Graf. Mrs.
G. W. Pollock received the consola
tion. The next meeting will be held
at the home of Miss Il. Talbot, 229
Mrs. Celia Muntz and children
have returned from Waveland. Miss.,
after a three months' stay.
Miss Rita Amann came in Sunday
trom Lakeland, Ia., to resume her
studies at the Esplanade High School.
She will be the guest of Mrs. Jas.
Foster, of Elmira Ave.
Mrs. H. P. McNeely and two sons
returned from Mandeville earlier
than expected on account of the ill
ness of her son, Stanton. He is now
Misses May and Juanlta McNeely
spent Sunday at Ocean Springs, Miss.
1Miss Ella Pressler, of 161 Allx
t street, entertained a few intimate
friends at a musicale on last Friday
night. Refreshments were served. All
present spent a most enjoyable eve
Mrs. M. S. Mahoney and daughter,
Clara, who have been spending the
summer in San Francisco, Vallejo, Los
: Angeles, Pasadena, Salt Lake City,
Denver and other Western cities, are
expected home shortly, after a most
Miss Edith Mahoney entertained a
few friends Friday night in honor of
Miss Ruth Kitchen.
Mrs. Barker and son, Willie, of
Bouiy street, returned home last week
after a month's stay at Magda, La.
Leon Garatie left for Baton Rouge.
where he has accepted a position.
Miss Della Killeen has returned to
St. Charles parish, where she will re
sume her work as a teacher.
The Catholic Ladies' Benevolent As
sociatioit will hold their quarterly
meeting to-night at the residence of
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SOME OF OUR
Migh Grade Paintinl
and Trimminl ofAsto"
mobiles, Buildere of
The Largeet Carrager
aind Wagon Factory
Seth of the Okeo.
Last Friday was the first day
of the Jewish year 5676.
Next Saturday is Yorn Kippur
and at six p. m. begins the i
Feast of Succoth.
.\nlticitpating the cx cot havce
jltt receilved a large tully o1 f ,
K;ccher Mlcat.,. Sacrac-e, etc. U
Knack. Frankfurters, Weiners,
Bologna and Ring Sausage, per
Smoked Beef, per pound, 40c;
Pickled Beef, per pound, 35c;
Cooked Corned Beef, per pound, t
55c; Pastromi, per pound, 60c; te
Prepared Horseradish, bottles, 10c a
NOTES FROM THE ALHAMBRA.
The indoor tealui ot the Alhambra
journeyed across the river on last ;'
W\ednesday evening to the Ilehrnan
IGymnasiumln where a ver\ exciting t
live-inning game was Ilayed with the Iº
Ilehrinan Gynm boys. While the game
'as very short, it was quite interest
ing, anti the pitclhers of both tean its
sacic eeded in adding a few strikeouts cl
to their resplective 'urlint; records.
The local boys were defeated by the
Itebliran team by the score of ' to t0. h
and fans present seemed to think that tt
if the game had gone two innings
more the tide would have beten turned a'
in favor of the locals. it
Pitcher Chris Arnos. formerly of r
the Moose, worked for the Alhambra.
while Pitcher Solonas. of Belrman w
fame, worked for the opposing team.
Pitcher Arnos is very anxious to do
the hurling for the Alhambra perma
nently, and it is expected that he will h
play in every game with the locals. t
The Behrman Boys are anxious to
play another game with the Alham- it
bra, and arrangements for this game
and a game with the Y. M. H. A. are
now under way. S
Even thoul h it i. 4Optellter. the
swimming tank is alvays packed tot
its capacity nightly, and the diving
contests still continue. James Tufts
has perfected the "Flying Dutchman"
and will be a sure contestant for the
next A. A. U'. diving contest in Sep
tember. 19!16. The "Flying D)utchman"
is one of the most difficult dives
known, and with a few more pointers
James will have it down perfect.
On Monday evening, Sept. 13, a most
enjoyable time was had at the home
of Miss Audrey Marlen, when she en
tertained her friends at a lotto party.
The games started about 8:30 o'clock
and after playing about ten games
the souvenirs were distributed as fol
lows: Misses C. Vanderlinden and fM.
McCloskey and Messrs. J. Clark and
E. Parmatel. The consolation fell to
the lot of F. Conway.
After the lotto games were over, re
freshments were served and a number
of other games were enjoyed. About
11:30 o'clock the guests departed, all
having had a pleasant time.
German Coffee Cake
Ice Cream, Ice Cream
Candies, Bread, Milk
IEU TIHEI FOi ICE CEEAM II
All tiN TS. IlMEIATE ATllE
Tls SIDE FIE SPECIAL IESll fil
iME AlIN E SF CAKES, CMIES
AU IEllNUI CUfEE CAKE.
Mrs. F. Goebel
OUR. IEIIET All IIII ITS.
MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN:
WSlilSl EI'i M1i1 i ll SlEEIEOLEIIT
W. . AnDr, ass, Es.,
s 3lbsI £gm AAlRr.
GITTEI;s-1--MoIiF, ELE4 TIl' 4
LIGH'T'S ANDI ('CTTING(;
OF" W lF':I I
Thei- above were solme of the' inl
portalit things that a ere taken up
at all entllllsia-ti intmeetitng of the lo
cal ('ivic League. Atter divussitng
tnaiLy subjects that were Ut interest
to the Le'ague, it was decidtd that
the secretary send a spectial letter to
'hief eynoltds conmplaining Of the
spVedling Jirneys oil our lpaved\''(
stree't-. Anlother letter was also ad
dre-s.ed to t'omnlissionelr Lafaye ask
ing that all electric light be placed
in that long stretch in the city from
the L.. and N. depot to the ferry
house'. This distance is equal to two
city blocks and there is not all eler
tric light in this Rtretc'h of ground. A
letter was also addressed to Judge
Alex Barras. our local street com
missioner. complaining of the filth
and the weeds in Pacific avenue. The
Civic League believes that this street
should be kept clean like all the oth
er streets of Algiers. A special let
ter of thanks was sent to Mayor Mar
tin Behrman for his kindness in en
tertaining the play ground children
at the ('ity Park recently.
RETURNS AFTER NINE YEARS TO
FACE MURDER CHARGE.
('onscience-stricken and loneing to
again enjoy the surroundings of his
family. Louis Donlino. anll Italian, re
turnoed to the home of his father, .\.
DIonmino. Teche and I.anlarqule streets.
\'tednesda. of last week, and Thurs
day sought the services of .\ttorney
Iicthard \\Wingrave to defend hilll oil a
chare of omuirder hantindg t\ er imnll
for tmore than nine years.
Ia.ltediatetlv after conferring . ithi
his at torni':.. Dollino asked that hel iio
turned o\er to the authorities. This -
was done' atnd le pleaded not guilty
and a\as remlandted wit ut bail. At
torntey \\ ingra\e asked an early hear
\When the killing took place l)omino p
was lint seventeen. llHis father con
ducteel a tbusiness at Teche and Diana
streets. and on July 19. l!etlt, young i
D!omino's attention was attracted by
his mother's screams. She was in
lDomino found John Palmer, a negro,
in the attitude of striking his mother.
lie had already struck one blow. Seiz- n
ing his father's revolver, Domino fired i
several shots and the negro fell dead. if
Mrs Domino was nursing a haby at tl
the time. Although the nlother was
seriously injured, the baby was un- i
Younig I)omino disappeared. going to a
'St. Louis. and finally drifting to Texas.
" Domino is now married and his
bride accoinpanied him here. She is
determined to stick by her husband.
IN POLICE CIRCLES.
('arvina Angelo, of 443 Cortez street,
was arrested Sunday afternoon by
Corporal Traub, and cfiarged with ped
dling after hours. Angelo is said to
have annoyed several residents of Al
giers on Sunday. They complained to
the police and caused the arrest of the
Affidavits were preferred in the Al
giers recorder's court Tuesday morn
ing by Frank Beverly, 333 Wagner
street, against Myrtle Teal, Mary Teal
and Rosie Schmidf for malleious mis
chief. According to Beverly the wom
en stoned his home Monday afternoon,
breaking several panes of glass. Myr
I tle Teal was subsequently charged by
'Ithe police with being under the influ
ence of liquor and disturbing the
peace. She was fined $10 with an al
ternative of thirty day,.
George Larkin, a negro, living in
Saux Lane, was arrested by Mounted
Patrolman Meyers Monday afternoon
on complaint that he had robbed
Charles Rockins, of 719 Newton street.
of a coat. When arraigned Tuesday
before Judge O'Donnell in the Second
City Criminal Court, Larkin pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to serve
three months in the parish prison.
BIG MASS MEETING.
The church is planning a "Get
together" meeting to be held Friday
evening, Sept. 24, in the church.
The purpose of the meeting is to
place squarely before the public the
present 4atus of gh New Church
Movement. There will be a careful
statement of the amount of cash on
hand and of the unpaid subscriptions.
Plans for the immediate future will
be discussed and a campaign
A fine program is being prepared,
consisting of both sacred and popular
songs, of instrumental music, an in
teresting story, and some short,
catchy talks. The last, we assure
you, will not be one that is long or
After the business is finished the
ladies will serve refreshments in the
social hall downstairs.
Now "ye loyal and true," this is
Everybody is invited. Don't forget
the date, Friday evening, Sept. 24.
RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH
A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR
SHOES PROM HIM.
( Preparing the Children For School Is Now AnN'
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whiter "d tan: sz 25c t t grt 40c
School Days Require a New Suit For the Boy
It fresh I E ot hk. ti I .h Hto ~ill return toh 1., onl t., pride
anid u loe of ii i t bllOh'r .tit till+ pltictli(t pre pal l tllted ti i tit hinl
(lutl in the kit. t"th. I t itt- llt it tIo, \ el. :nid atitllli.t; li Illti. iar dilli
tear o i .tllo t" i . . .I . rit o' at ltrt oiot rlll tlh . Itts pretpr t
ing their soni.
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Gieattr I 'ot a t -ibt ain o t itt \at.i r P roof l iat. all
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D. H. Holmes Co.
Par,l Nw.. Vrk. LIMITED E.ta.bl,.ed
lerfin, Lend enwd flonce. April 2, .
All arrangements have been com
pleted, and everything is in readiness
for the third grand picnic to be given
l'y the Fifth District Carnival Club.
It Suburban Park, Saturday night.
The committee in charge, with
Walter R. Durand as chairman, and
John T. Morrison ex-officio, have left
nothing undone in order to make this
pi'nic a success in every respect, and
if wveathler conditions are favorable
they expect to entertain the largest
ul %\. at S~lburhan Park this sum
The members will meet in a body
at their headquarters corner Alix and
The Parcel Transfer Co., Ltd.
We deliver BAGGAGE to and from
Algiers to any Railroad or Steam
ship in New Orleans for S
One Piece of Baggage and 25 Cents Each Additional Piece
WE PAY THE FERRIAGE
734 Union Street Phones, Main 20 and 2692
Light Freight Transferred at the Sane Rates
YOU CAN BE A PIANIST-A
You have an ear for music. Ninety- ve ,out of every hundred have. As a child,
you may have been it, busy to take ,Ilsn-,, , r i Id ni, alnordlat it. But you have
iprosplered, a although your fingers are not as suppile as they once were, you can
still have the advantages of
A MI'SI('AL EII(ATION WITH TIHE
VICTROLAS AND RECORDS
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Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
SCHOOL Pens, nk
SUPPLIES Water Colors
Remember we Note Books
Sold you your Writing Paper
That Satisfaction All 5c Tablets
We know 6 for 25c
You back to A FULL 2 01. BOTTLE OF IKI II
Us This ALL COLORS
EF J)UPP, Drugist
Bermuda,, ~ i &erret SSt&.
olouny sots, at tG p. in. headled by S.
Clement as grand marshal. It. Itea
Iey. II. lanley and II. Umbach as
aids. They will parade through the
principal streets of our town to the
tune of Jack Laine's original reliance
band. after which they will retire to
the park, get into their working
clothes and making all the necessary
preparations for the pleasure and
comfort of their many friends.
Laine's band will also furnish mu
sic at the picnic, and with such good
music anyone iw ho is a lover of the
terpsichorean art cannot help but
en joy himself.
ItENEC'KY IS SATISFIED WITH
.A LESS I'ROFIT. BI'Y YOUR
S()ES FRltOM ll.\1.