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.t" o the Upluildlg of the West Bide of the River. "A very isve and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. _Vill. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. No. 42. OR MEN WHO APPRECIATE QUALITY " "*j - A BOTTLE - SHoULUE .'~.VERY HOME ONY CLUB COCKTAllX. ,-"AT YOUR DEALER J.G1OSSMAN'S SONS pIu 523-525 MAGAZINE ST. NEW ORLEANS U.S.A. ni ONALS D OTHERWISE Mrs. Chas. Arnold enter Merry Suchre Club last home in McDonoghville players were Mrs. Fred U. J. Lewis, Mr. Fred L. F. Giech. The con to the lot of Mrs. Chas Mr. Fred Pefferkorn. Mr. F p. Gslch will entertain A. C. King have as Car C. K. Hawley of Delhi, ,d Thompson, of Porto of Mr. and irs. Chas. ed by the arrival of M Fob. 11. Silends of Mrs. Albert be pleased to learn that suSciently from the saderwent to have re Neolsa, of New Albany, 'otor to Or. C. V. Kraft 1, of Alexandria, is to her sister, Miss Ju tlbouse and little son, 'ff Lafayette, is visiting Julia McCluskey. a delegation of Al oempoeed of the three Halcyon and Virgin Ihoreasen Temple to exercises attendant of a candidate from a large gathering of tncluding a del o Garyville lodge, and the amplifiled degree him. The Algiers Py at Castle Hall, at proceeded to the place a body. W. Lnnox, Tom Pol es, Je. Kemp and and Miss Ethel haetd delegm~ from Church to serve Board for the ea ATCH OUR "ADS" NOW THAT THE VISITING WHOLESALE BUYERS ARE RETURNING AFTER HAVING PURCHASED THEIR SPRING SUPPLY, WE WILL GIVE THE B4LANCE OF THE SEA SON OVER TO R RETAIL DEPARTMENT ' WHEN YOU KNOW THAT WE "SELL AT RETAIL AT WHOLE PRICES." WE HAVE A BIG SUPPLY OF SAMPLE HTTS THAT WILL BE SOLD THIS WEEK AT A SACRIFICE; AT LEAST ONE-THIRD OF THE ACTUAL COST. WATCH OUR ADS. FOR NEXT WEEK. WE ARE GOING TO MAKE SOME RE DUCTIONS IN SPRING HATS THAT WILL STARTLE THE PURCHASERS. man-WeiufldI Millinery Company, Ltd., MAjtTYNi, T - ~-P -O.TKrMINUTB MILL INERS-U-- WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT MAGAZINE ST.RRT SuM TMAGANEn -. - , .V i Mrs. Wmin. T. Terry, of Brookhaven, is spending two weeks with Mrs. J. C. Mathewes. Captain Jack Brinker, who came down on the J. H. Menge as first mate, was warmly greeted by many of his old friends and associates. Captain Brinker, who is a son of the late Cap tain H. J. Brinker, steamboated out of here on various Red River packets in the early part of his career, but left some years ago, and has recently been living on the family homestead, near Apple Grove, Ohio, with his venerable mother. He will remain in the city for about a week, enjoying the festivi ties and renewing former acquaint ances. Mrs. Myron H. Fish, of Chicago, sis ter of Engineer William Yeager, of the tugboat W. G. Wilmot, has arrived for the Carnival, being the guest of her brother's family. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baker, Jr., have the sympathy of their many friends in the loss of their infant daughter, whose death occurred last week. Sparks from a chimney set fire to the roof of the double cottage, Nos. 912-914 Pacific avenue on Wednesday, causing a damage of $10. The build ing is owned by Jake Holloway and occupied by William Page and Abra ham Fisher. The insurance, it any. could not be ascertained. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Youag and daugh ter, Myrtle, of Salt Lake City, Utah, are Carnival guests of Mr. and Mrs F. M. McLean. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Gravois and sons, Cerf and Nrbert, formerly of our town, but now of Pass Christian, are spendlng the Carnival with relatives in the city. Mrs. Augusta Weightman and Augh ter, Mrs. L. Harmon, spent the Car ilval in Algiers with Mrs. E. W. Bur Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gulliot and baby of Schenectady, are guests of their fa ther, Mr. Anthony Guillot. Mrs. George Graves and Miss Anna Malone, of New Albany, Ind, and Mrs. . T. Malone and daughter, af Montgomery, Alabam, are Carnival guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Kraft, and Mr. sad Mrs. ]ed Goebel. The marriage of Miss Mary auper to Mr. Thaddeus Oroman was iesbrat 4 on Feb. 2 at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary by Rev. Father Delaire. The attendants were Messrs. Edwin Packard and Jos. Euper, Jr., and Mrs. Laura Cogan. On Wednesday of last week the mar riage of Miss Cornelia Ruiz to Mr. Do mingo San Miguel was celebrated at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary. The attendants were Jos. Ruiz and Miss Leontine Serpas. Mrs. W. A. Gorman and daughter, of Belmont Park, Long Island, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nolan, for the Carnival. Misses Adelaide and Jolsie Giblin have as their guests for the Carnival the Misses Blanche and Nelsie Copelin from Crowley. Walter Dlszell, who has been looking after his firm's business at Houston, Texas, for the past few months, spent a few days here during Mardi Gras. Mrs. Wm. Rodenbeck, of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. Wambegans. Miss Hanna Wambsganas, of Ft. Wayne, Ind, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. Weber, In Opelousas street. Capt. Wm. Jones has been confined to his bed the past week, seriously ill. Mr. Mulholland and daughter, of Monroe, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. King. Miss Alice Porter, of Houma, is the guest of Mrs. Louis Rogers. Mr. B. Gilder has as his guest his mother, Mrs. Gilder, of Butler, Ala. Mr. Ifred Ricker is home for a few days. Mr. W. L. Barbour spent Sunday with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Lutz, of Chicka sha, Okla., are spending some time here. Mrs. B. H. Harrison spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. A. S. Dan sles. Mr. Tom Graham is home on a visit to hib family. Mrs. Wi. Smith, of Galveston, Tex., is the guest of Mrs. M. Sutherland, of Pelican Ave. Mrs. McBride, of San Antonio, Tex., is the Carnival guest of Mrs. T. R. Bos tick of Vallette street. Mrs. Herbert Kirkpatrick presented her husband with a fine girl Saturday. Miss Alma Ramm. of Bay City, Mich., is the guest of Miss ugenile Herbert. Misses Florence and Mabel Diehl, of Toledo, Ohio, are the guests of Mrs. Fred Herbert. Messrs. Henry and Fred Ramm, and Miss May Ramm, of Bay City. Mich., are the guests of Mrs. Fred Herbert. George Smith, of Beaumont, Tex., has been visiting Mr. G. Parks of At lantic Ave. Clarence Parks left yesterday for a visit to his people in Beaumont, Tex. Letter Carrier Nicholas Merx left on Feb. 15 for Covington, La. Mr. Merx is ill and went there for the benefit of his health. Messrs. C. J. Slack, Sr., and Jr., have been visitors at the rectory for the past few days, leaving for their home at Maringouin this morning. Miss Hazel Armitage, of Marksville, is a visitor to her sister, Mrs. Ed. Kimber in Slidell Ave. The marriage of Mr. John Parham Watkins, of Port Gibson, Miss., and Miss Mary Jane Chapman was solemn ized at the residence of the bride's grandmother in Vallette street last Monday night, in the presence of rela tives and friends of the families. They will make their home in Port Gibson. WM. SCHABEL REUTRNS. Mr. William Schabel, who was for merly proprietor of Schabel's Cafe on Patterson street, and who left here quite a long time ago, returned this week to pay his family a visit Mr. Schabel did not remain here long, as he left again on Wednesday for Mon terey, Mexico, where he is engaged in the saloon business. Mr. Schabel ex pects to return to the state again with in a few months. LONGUEPE-BELL On Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, at ! o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tallon, in Morgan Street, Miss Lucille Longuepe and Mr. Robert Bell were Joined in the holy bonds of mat rimony by Rev, F. L St. Martin, of the Church of the Holy Name of Mary. A number of relatives and friends of the couple were present. iss Mealn Leiser and Mr. Harry Zimmerman were the attendants. The couple left the same evening for a bridal tour through West Louisiana and Texas. They were the recipients of many love ly and costly presents. SOLARI'S The Oldest Fancy Grocery House in the South To-day, Built on the ashes of its predeces sor, erected by its founder nearly half a century ago to cater to the nobility and culture of its day. Keeping up wi t the progress of the times, it stands, as of old, in the front ranks of TRUE AMERI CAN GROCERYISM, the principles of which are Quality first, honest and legitimate prices consistent with good business principles and correct service. YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT THIS OLD :MODERN STORE. In this way you get acquainted, and when you know what we have you kniow where to send when the occasion comes calling for what your immediate surroundings is not able to supply. A. M, & J.SOLARI, Ltd. With Headquarters at ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS, The Kimball Player Piano Artistic excellence and aurability in the Kimball Piano have been the aim in manuacturaing this world-renowned in strument. The Kimball 88-Note Player mechanism adds the one feature which makes the instrument a complete unit and available for every member of the family. This player mechanism has been developed to give the utmost facility of interpretation of the music with ease of operation and simplicity of construction. This simplicity of construction insures durability a quality not to be dispensed with. With the Kimball Player-Piano the performer may. express his own in terpretation of the music played, thus giving an individuality to the perform ance and removing it from so-called auto matic music. The tempo lever gives ab solute control of the time. The pedals, sensitive and responsive to a marvelous extent, not only supply the motive pow er, but by slight movement, or pause, produce the louder and softer effects so essetlal toE the adeqate expressin of mame, and varied at the will of the operator. dils Hart Plm Hom,Ltd. J. P. SIMMONS, Presieldent. FM-W CM SImit, NN SM At Schabel's. FANCY NORWAY MACKEREL, 2 FOR 15c. SHRIMP, 2 CANS FOR 15 CENTS. FANCY COD FISH. CORNED COD, 10c A CAN. SHREDDED COD, 5c A PACKAGE. GILLET SARDINES IN TOMA TOES, 20c A CAN. OILLET SARDINES IN OIL, 15c A CAN. LARGARDI SARDINES IN TOMA TOES, 2 CANS FOR 15c. NORWEGIAN SARDINES, 10c A CAN. HOLLAND HERRING. FANCY PRUNES (SEEDED), 10e A PACKAGE. Aug. Schabel, Patterson and OHvier 8te. Through Algiers To New Orleans, It is more unusual than we could wish for Algiers to be a distributing point for manufactured goods for the vicinity of New Orleans, but, in one line at least, there appears to be a tendency in thi direction. The Algiers Cornice ad Plumbing Works, of which our enterprising citizen, Mr. Julius Bodenger, is president, is now pur chasing sanitary enameled wre In larger volume than any other firm of contracting plumbers in New Orleans and these goods are of course being used in larser quantities on Mr. Bod eager's contracts in the city than on this side of the river. At this writing there has Just ar rived, for this firm's use, five solid carloads of bath tubs, sinks, lavato rles, laundry tubs, etc., about fourteen hundred and twenty pieces, and if any one is without these very neessary convenienees next summer it will be through no hfault of our friend "Ju lius."-Adv. SPECIAL NOTICE. Mrs. L A. Hymel desires to an nounee that she has purad the busines of Mrs. En Klehl, located at the corner of Segein and Delaronde streets, and will continue the businese at this stand. It k Os $1 DOWN, $ 1.DM A MOTil . Gossard Corsets Give You a Fashionable Figure \\hatever v-or aim in w\earini a ,,r et. %v,, canll 1 tain it by wearing, a Gtos(ard. \\Whether yo,u seek style -,r co,,i.,rt. ,r al at tracti\e figure. \\ith The GossardCorsets "They Lace in Front." you can realize v,,ur desire. The GosCard gives you perfect ease of hod,. movement in any position, and shoe\s off perfectly the natural lines of beautyn that are at the bottom of e\-ery fashion in dress and the secret of attractiveness. A trial fitting will surprise you. Come in. D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd. Eetebliehed 1842. In Making Your Will Remember this bank is an executor, guardian or trustee that you can depend upon. Its life is perpetual and its prestige guarantees that your wishes will be carried out in the strictest letter of their interpretation. Commrcial- GernMa Trust & Savings Ba* Capital and Surplus $2,000,000. PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS. The Newest in Cloth Tops, Patent Leather Oun Metal and Vicl Kid Ladies', Men's and Children's In Button and Bluchers at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Sole Agents for Webster School Shoes Shoes with latest imnprveonts and style. Webster's Dictionary with each pair. Renecky Shoe Store VTE,.i id 4111 ilfrAl i C C se h ee l sad seel lhu a.-i Im aboe elelpprui nit e.q,. da.rk M.. .ei, P . 0. DUVIC om: ý . M, ..S.t , Elmira and Evolina. REV. WAMBSGANNS MAY LEAVE. Tuesday, March 14, the pastor will deliver an illustrated lecture entitled Lutheran Notes, "The Passion Story." The lecture will Tosight the first Lenten service will be delivered in schoolhouse in rear of be held at 7:30 o'clock. Let us hope church. The admission for adults will that our Lenten services will be better be 10 cents, for children 5 cents. ttended this year than ever before. The pastor has received a call from 'he Bible lessons will be discontinued the Emmans Lutheran Church of t. antil after Easter. Wayne, Ind., to serve as assistant pas Next Sunday holy communion will tor to his father, Rev. Philip Wambe be celebrated in the English service, ganas. The pastor will place the whole onfessional service beginning at 7:45 matter before his congregation in the a.. This will be the last English near future. The Emmans Lutheran elebration of the Lord's Supper in congregation is the third largest Luth bthe prelsent church building. A week eran congregation i Ft. Wayne, hay trom Sunday the Lord's Supper will be ing a communicant membership of over elebrated in the German service, con- 1,300 members. !esional service beginning at 10:15 ______________ m. Lm--_-_.= i====-= ___ Actual work on the remodeling of the crchrcha now begun. Mr. B. For Parties and Dances! Borne expects to have work advanced Mi.. Stel Wegic di-mam 5 tar enough to ailow us to have corner *k.. to anneine ths she wUIf stone laytig on Sunday, March 19. The prly the plane for psrtime, buildlng eommittee will meet to.night *iu haf rte srvic to rr the Cean te cor stn. in ceremoies and to dis 509 Patterson Street po tthe r oh spstormat bud am.