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THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
XXIII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1915. No. 20.
GREATEST STORE SOUTH
Needlework Reduced
Fancy noVl'i-. -iitaldle for h(,liday gift., can-i tin. ,,f
Boxes, Fancy Brocaded Boxes, Pin Cushions, Trays,
piM Holders. Baby Trinkets, Rattles, Sets, Baby Books,
Shoes, embroidered can White P. K. Brocaded Work
Boxes for Gloves, Veils, Handkerchiefs, Statues.
lmsh etc. I  . rt icles have been greatlv rlucie I .. hite
o half and le,- l;1, halfi rice. Sec n-ii t lho ,r.
Ready-Made Pillows and Scarfs, einl)briulered ,i linen,
gaid and fringe trininl.ic. Special. earch 50c ;ml 85c
Terry Cloth Towels, taliipedl ine\\ ;llid ijrctty lii.
Specia, each 25c
SEWING MACHINES
Anticipate yfur fall e\\int needs antid elect ynur fai\,,rite
ewing machince at i ui .tantlal cut price. icrv machine iti
ou compllete t' ck i- tf extrarduliar valuei. \1l are -uiar
anteed.
TERMS $2.00 DOWN AND $1.00 PER WEEK
Agents Sell These Our Sale
Machines at Price
loae Improved $35.oo $19.75
MJis Blanche Special .40.oo 24.50
Jaidoal (Used) 40.(k) 24.50
-Wtei Rotary (Used) ... o.) 29.75
 Bome (Used) 5o.tx) 32.50
mird Rotary (New) . 5.) 34.50
Expert Sewing .\dvice Free.
* Needles, O)ils and Belts f'o r sale in , ur I )elpartmenit
S.iTrd Floor.
.gglWITZ GOES FREE.
* lave Sold Harwood Koppel t
gmasnd for Twice Its Value. a
" aowitz, who was charged
$ 1r ago with an alleged fake
tlmsaction by Harwood Kop
tive from the Fifteenth
A discharged by Judge Alex
artlag in the First City
as"lOt in the place of Judge
s evidence showed that al
' diamond bought by 'Mr.
$05 was not worth this
a genuine stone, $160 be
=Sat value placed on it by
George Williams, for the
attempted to show that
bad been guilty of similar
in other cities, but this
eLt.
SOME OF OUR
CIALTIES
Orude Painting
olAut.o
, Bilder of
Track
Quality
er Bros.
Srvice
Lergeat Carriage
W~e. Factory
[e time OMo.
Frenchman
12-9-1
harles E. Erath
Manufacturer Of
JAMES GINART'S CELEBRATED MUSTARD,
Creole Pepper Sauce, Redenapper Sauce
- ROLE KETCHUP, AMMONIA AND VINEGAR
boemed for United Mileage at Maim Office 607 Whitney
Central Bluilding
UIRLEREC STREET HEMLOCK 9413
3.-12-16
HEROES IN EVERYDAY LIFE
ýý I"ý"" ,ý Mow oo you
T-0o
.
NAVAL STATION NOTES.
The Dredge Caucus was placed in
dry dock along with the Petrel on
the 21st. This vessel will be in dock
about fifteen days.
Captain Marbury Johnston has re
turned from a trip north and assumed
command of the Station.
Machinist Henry Ormond, who was
hurt on Aug. 3 while working on
the Castine, has returned to work.
completely recovered.
Light Vessel No. 43 has left the
Station to undergo repairs at the
Johnson Iron Works.
Dr. M. C. Baker, U. S. N., has left
for a trip to the Panama Exposition.
During the absence of Dr. Baker the
Yard Dispensary will be under the
charge of Dr. H. A. Tribou, U. S. N.,
surgeon on duty with the Petrel.
E. O. Eure, the contractor for pre
paring buildings 10 and 11 for occu
pancy by the Marines, has finished
his contract and, except for a few
minor jobs not included in the con
tract, the Station is ready to handle
about 1,000 of Uncle Sam's sea sol
diers.
The Eighth Company, United
States Marine Corps, is still being
held in readiness for duty on the
Kersearge. but as yet have not left
the Station.
RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH
A LESS , PROFIT. BUY YOUR
SHOES FROM HIM.
MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN:
gsa IsrIvs fIrs,ýsu Isb Is
WiRIIIlEI'S 011 il All IEIEVOLEIT
ASOiSIATIOI
Ask say saber aress
W. 0. ARDRY, Rec. sec.,
Ilnlsra Avsena, ALOINDZ.
PERSONALS j
AN OTHERWISE I
Captain and Mrs. P. B. BIin.former
ly of Algiers, and now of t'hic'ago, are
visiting friends aud relatives in .l1
giers. Captain Hein for many years
was connected with the fire depart
ment in Algiers. lie resigned his po
sition with the department sonic four
teeiin years ago.
.\ flagman will be ilaced at the
head of ('anal street by order of the
Public Belt Commission at its meet
ing Thursday night.
Mrs. ('. A. Borden left Saturday for Ii
I'anama, having been called there by a
the illness of her daughter, Mr. Ed II
Demuth.
Mrs. T. V. ('asano\a and daughter. I
Sophie, returned to Panama Saturday,
after spending several months here. i
Miss t'ora Swift spent the past
week in Gulfport. Miss., the guest of i1
Mrs. W. W. Baucum.
1Misses Faye and hazel Aycock have
returned from St. James. % here they
spent their vacation.
Miss Mildred Ilimmelricht is home
after a pleasant stay in lHeartsease
Park.
Miss Katherine (larke is expected
home to-day from Artesia. N. Mex.. sot
where she spent the past three act
months.
Dr. H. E. Nelson, fornmer:y of our Oh
town, who is practicing in the city,
is now In Rochester, Minn., where he Ra
has gone for the purpose of investi
gating some surgical operations in Br'
that city. After remaining at Roches- thi
ter for a while, he will visit some of to
the other Northern towns. Ex
Late reports from Ablita Springs
state that Mr. Edmond Borne and isp
his sister, Miss Louise. who are there I Mr
for their health, are somewhat im- ha
proved.
Mn rs. E. J. Mothe and children to
spent a few days at Bay St. Louis D.
last week.
Mrs. Mary Waller and Mrs. Hlarry ha
Tompson and children have returned wi
d from Bay St. Louis, where they spent
the summer. re
The little daughter of Mr. and rit
Mrs. E. D. Coffey. who was operated In
on at Hotel Dieu, is doing nicely.
The Tuesday Afternoon Five Hun
1 dred Club met at the home of Mrs. N(
1 C. V. Kraft. The successful players
were Miss P Peterson, playing for
ft Mrs. Hy. Brown, Mrs. F Goebel and te
Mrs. Leo Jeansonne. Mrs. E. J. m
te Mothe received the booby. The next t'
te meeting of the club will be held at gh
the home of Mrs. IT. J. Lewis. th
Miss Myrtle Beull. of Baton cr
Rouge, left for home Sunday, after its
spending several days with Misses
Mollie and Ida Kinkaid, of Pelican of
w Avenue. A
Miss Blanche Pollock expects to b`
le leave shortly for Baton Rouge to te
spend a while.
Miss Henrietta Frederick re- pl
'd turned to her home in the city, after n'
ig spending a pleasant two weeks' stay di
e with her cousin, Miss Alma V. to
ft Smith. N
John L. Smith spent Sunday at rt
Houma, La., the guest of friends.
Mrs. Amelia Smith, with the assist- w
'Hance of Mrs. R. Nolan. Mrs. T. Hans- a
Snect, Mrs. A. Vanderlinden, Mrs. S. ni
Sutherland, Mrs. Miller, Mrs Jacobs. h
- Mrs. Erot and Mrs. Jno. Stumpf, are f
working hard for a euchre to be given
for the Chlf, the funds to be turned i
over to the W. C. and W. O. W. booth,
the euchre to be given In Gretna at G
the Jefferson Democratic Club. c
Miss Izetta Meyers returned from F
Gulfport, after spending a while, the
guest of Miss Marguerite Chalk. tl
Kirk Abbott spent last Saturdag
and Sunday at Buras, La.. the guest
of Mr. Geo. Munsterman.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Guillot have
the sympathy of their many friends
in the loss of their infant boy last
week.
Jno. Ramos was taken to the hospl
. tal last Thursday to have his other
foot amputated. His friends wish
him a speedy recovery.
Master Allen Vipet was the host at
a birthday party from 4 to 6, Tues
day, Sept. 21, at his parents' resl
dence in Slhdell Avenue. It was the
fourth anniversary of his birth. All
kinds of games were played, refresh
ments were served, and the little tots
had a delightful time.
Mrs. F. Lecourt, Sr., left Monday
for Covington to spend a month with
her daughter, Mrs. Jno. McNeely.
Messrs. H. I"eltmeir and F. Diket
left for a short trip to Bay St. Louls.
Miss Martha McNeely, of Coving
ton, is the guest of Mrs. W. P.
Salathe. She will resume her
studies at the high school.
W. P. Salathe, Sr., left Monday for
Bay St. Louis, to be gone a fortnight.
Capt W. F. Short and son, Marion,
returned Saturday from Boyce, La.,
where they visited the hot baths at
that place.
Miss Gladys Short left Saturday for
Ablta Springs, to be a guest of her
sieter, Mrs. Chas. Yalets.
Mius Juanita McNeely left Monday
morning for LafItte to teach school
daring the coming seesion.
We regret to chronicle that Mrs
T. Thayer, of DtellUe street, Is
Mrs. 3. Noteen 34 alttle s Wt
Id samm to be the met hr
A BILLION?
No! But there are many thou
sands who know that when their
(;roceries come front
On
Solari s do
They are not only FItESII, but me
Best Quality, Honest Weight, Pure ret
and last but not least Exactly as s'e,
Represented. sul
(:u
.1 few of the new goods received wh
last week:
Iced ('ross Tomatoes, I-lb. cans bat
Sc. dozen 50c (a
Iced cross Tomatoes. 2-lb. cans fir:
7'. dozen 80c aw
lied ('ross Tomatoes. 3-lb. cans
11 l, dozen 1.3;
in
Pure Leaf Lard, in 1-lb. cartons
Slike butter), per lb.......15c to
pal
Iprl
a
I son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hot- wil
ace Nelson. ins
Miss Ella llotard has returned from Sit
Ohio, much improved li health. In
Mrs. Al Tufts has returned from lat
Raceland, La.
Mrs. L. G. Daudelin and Miss Irene bat
Brookes have returned from a trip Mr
through the West, including a visit wh
to the San Francisco and San Diego on
Expositions. hal
.Misses Alma and Irma Tufts, after th(
spending two weeks with their sister, dal
I Mrs. Horace Nelson, of Raceland,
have returned. Ca
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Zatarain expect pli
to leave Saturday for Washington, Sp
D. C. Ch
Mrs. T. M. Giblin and daughters
have returned from Bay St. Louis,
where they spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laskey are
receiving congratulations on the ar
rival of a fine baby girl at their home m,
in Jersey City, N. J. th
ch
vo
NOTES FROM THE ALHAMBRA. in
Cc
The Alhambra Indoor Baseball be
team was agair dCeft'. : by th, Behr- ra
man Gymnasium Indoor Baseball do
team in a very fast and exciting be
game on last Wednesday evening at 1
the Behrman Gymnasium. A large F(
crowd was present to welcome the vis- of
itors from Algiers. The local boys TI
were defeated by the close margin th
of two runs, the score being 5, to 3. or
After the game, the privileges of the of
baths and swimming pool were ex- th
tended to the players and visitors. la
Arrangements have just been com- tit
pleted to have the Behrman Gym- tl
nasium team come to Algiers on Fri- E,
day night, Sept. 24, and these two A
teams will again clash at the Holy m
Name Gymnastic Club, cornr of Ver- m
t ret and Eliza streets, at 8:00 p. m. L
The small sum of 10 cents admission M
will be charged, and It is hoped that A
a large crowd will come out to wit- CI
. ness the game. The Behrman team
has the name of being one of the
fastest and best teams in the city, and
since they have defeated the Alham
bra boys in two games, both of which
have been played at the Behrman
t Gymnasium, the local boys expect to i
change the tune, and win the game
Friday, Algiers being home grounds.
e Pitcher Solonas will again work for
the Behrmans, while e:ther Amos or
McGuire will be on the skirmish line
for the local club.
Don't forget the date, Friday night.
e Sept. 24, at 8:00 o'clock, at the lHoly
Name Gymnastic Club. A great
t game; only 10 cents admission.
"Behrman Gymnasinum vs. Alhambra
Club."
h f
Home-Male Cakes
Seenrman Coffee Cake
Ls
Ice Cream, Ice Cream 1
et Cone.
Is.
SSCHOOL SUPPLIES
P.
er Candie, Bread, Mlilk
or
at T &HATS. IEKMATIE aTY]Ul
aNO ma a n FFEIE SME
SMrs. F. Goebel
it uma IwMEl AM8
is
WINS -I11RST LP'IIZE.
leAnard (;ihl'. (Compnlany Again
Hrings Hlme tilhe Plum.
Everybody Proud of ('omlany l.1 (
George iabin Wins individu.Il
Prize at I)ance.
Company II, U'niform Rank of the,
Orange Camp No. S, W t. W. .. has
done its share to advertise that por
tion of New Orleans located on the
west side of the river. Everywhere
they have gone into a corulpetitive
drill thely have either been give. first,
second or third prize or honorabile
meintion. In most cases the-y hatve
returned with either the first or the
second prize, and their last gr.at
success was that accomplished at
Gulfport. Miss., oil last Thursday,
where, in a competitive drill with the
Complanie's from the States of Ala
bama. Mississippi and Iouisiana.
('apt. i.. F. Gisch's Company wonl thee
first honors. The second prize was
awarded to a Companylei from Corinth.
Miss.
There we-re a good mnlauy Companies
in the drill, and it is quite a credit
to the men in charge of the Com
pany that they worked so well. The
prize which Company 11 captured was
a large silver loving cup festooned
with ribbon, on which was a suitable
inscription commemorating the event.
Sixteen men and the captain took part
in the drill and are to be congratu
lated on their signal success.
Another distinctive honor brought
back to our town was the success of
Mr. George Babin, of Company II.
who. at a dance given at Gulfport
on Thursday night, was awarded a
handsome cake in acknowledgment of
the fact that he was the most graceful
dancer at the gathering.
The officers of Company II are:
Captain. L. F. Glasch: Major, N. fDu
plantis: 1st Lieutenant, Walter
Speriers: Quartermaster - Sergeant.
Chas. McCloskey.
CHIF.
A very large and enthusiastic
meeting was held Monday night at
the residence of Mrs. J. E. liuckins,
chairlady. All committees giving fa
vorable reports on both ticket sell
ing and donations. Marks Isaacs &
Co. has donated a beautiful doll, to
be dressed as a bride. It will be
raffled at five cents a chance. The
l doll will be on display at Mrs. Goe
g bel's Confectionery, corner Alix and
t Verret. Through the kindness of Mr.
e Foto and Tansey the entire receipts
of Friday night's show at the Avenue
Theater. Oct. 1, will be donated to
the Algiers booth. Admission being
only fly cents, it is hoped the people
e of Algiers will come out and help
this worthy cause. The following
lady organizations have promised
their hearty co-operation in making
the Algiers booth a success: Mrs.
Ed. Spieler. president of the Ladies'
o Auxiliary to the Machinists: Mrs. Ar
y mitage, president of the Lady Trade
r man; Mrs. Van Hlest, president of the
Ladies' Auxiliary to the Engineers;
n Mrs. Meyers, president of the Ladies'
t Auxiliary to the Firemen, Gretna
Civic League; Mrs. Schwartz. A
t moving picture show will be given
e shortly by the CGretna Civic League
Sfor the benefit of the Chit fund do
Snated to the Algiers booth. Next
SMonday night a meeting will be held
n at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Huck
o ins for all ladies interested.
GRAND DRAMATIC ENTERTAIN
MENT.
he K. C. Stock Co., composed of
it. members of the Santa Maria Council
SNo. 1724, Knights of Columbus of Al
tI glers, will make their second appear
n.ance before the public on Tuesday
Snight, Oct. 19, and Wednesday night,
Oct. 20, at St. Mary's hall, corner Ver
Sret and Eliza streets, in a three-act
farcical comedy.
The people of our town well remem
ber this capable compan'y 'or the
manner in which they acquitted
themselves in thet first attempt dur
ing the early part of this year, and
from reports their second attempt
I will far surpass the first.
The company are now hard at
work rehearsing for this show, which
Sis a scream from the time that the
curtain rises until it goes down on
the last act.
The personnel of the cast will In
clude the same people as took part
in their first show, namely: Messrs.
L. W. Peterson, B. W. Borne, Mike
Donner, L. J. Bryant, Robt. T.
SYounger, Thos. A. Pox, Aubrey
Gainnile and J P. McCloskey, and the
SMisses Marguerite Haggerty, Anna
Lounise McNeely, Nettle Worley and
Ruby Walsh.
Two children will be admitted on
one ticket to either performance, and
the curtain will rise at 8.15 o'clock.
The committee in charge of tiis
affair promises all those who attend
a very pleasant evening's enjoyment,
and guarantees to drive away the
The committee in charge is as fol
Itowa: MIleal U. Deoner, chairman;
. W!. Peterre . ez4clo; B. W.
Deebs, T. P. lebasrdso, Ge orgeao
'Ine Au)NF 6dmdL
" Holmes Sale
OF BLACK AND COLORED WOOL D1RESS GOODS
i' I 'l.' .t ,, i t' t .t il -I
\I , ..l t: ,t t .,l t.\ t':il .l,.lLI , 1 t I,
-SALE ON
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
t ilntl -. hill- rcn t1 .I t i t o I-t
GOODS ON DISPLAY
THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
\\ c itsittc v,, t'' lu;t c -vle,'lti. - i. 'r ,htliptry when the
D. H. Holmes Co.
Pria N.iw TYrk, LIMITED Estblisked
ERNST BOEHRINGER
Southern Representative of the
WAR FILM DEPARTMENT
NE\\ \flR' I':R->TI'.\ \l - /l.I Tll N
- 'reeint- -
THE iREAt WAH I E[UROPE
ACTUAL HAPPENINGS ON THE FIRING LINE
l'icturct taken direct ,n the tiringi line, Ihc int actual
-Ce'11e, ,i battle.
()niy autheniti picture.i t ver takcen ,I the great lerniliau
anti .\Altrian \Var .11achinis.
Avenue Theatre
Tonight . . - - - 10c.
The Parcel Transfer Co., Ltd.
We deliver BAGGAGE to and from
Algiers to any Railroad or Steam
ship in New Orleans for
One Piece of Baggage and 25 Cents Each Additional Piece
WE PAY THE FERRIAGE
734 Union Street Phones, Main 20 and 2692
Ligheit Freight Transferred at the e me Rates
VICTROLAS
If thel e were a Letter talking machine made than the VI'THRitLA we would
tllo may safely trust th ue ihouse t h rcord for making good, saving
mnlllly ftcr its cust omers and always ilt.lnL t lh. ugml rl a w !lrer paramount to
all tither ctctiderations.
Threh are m any talking machines cI:llniIIg i,, be beit, thereficre it is to your
a lvao tagte to nlike nest painstaking investigatitoni Itefire yttu tuy.
i tr hlne is compltce fron the lowest to the highesl t irced in all the styles, and
ie lann ake satisfactory payment arr ngeuic nts if destlcrre.
e Ihave every record in the catal ue get therit is fiat as s~ued, so there';
llo delay II service.
* CANAL
SSuccessors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
SCHOOL Pens, Ink
SCHO Tablets
Pencils
ISUPPLIES 7Water Colors
Erasers
Blank Books
Test Pads
SRemember we Note Books
pt Sold you your Writing Paper
SSupplies last Pencil Boxes
he Year and
That Satisfaction All 5 let
SWe know 6 for 25c
e. Will bring
e You back to A FULL 2 0oz. UOTTLE OF III it
S Us This A OO
Year. 5c
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