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THE HERALD.
oeveted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RIICORD.
xVlll. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911, No. 43.
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ONALS '
! OTHERWISE
So Mr. and Mrs. Raoul
brightened 'by the arrival
ea March 1.
Fabares and B. Le
were Carnival vii
?a Mrs. Bernard Fabares
of Mr. Henry Val
tr a serious case of
Siagle and little son, of
have been spending
E/peli will entertain in
 tsraoon from 3 to 5
Malone and daughter
4rqe Oraves and Miss
SNew Albany, Ind.,
hmea after a week's
Mitt and family have te
Springs after spend
ws entertained at
a ption on Thursday
4 to 6 o'clock, in hon
,it Brookhayen, Miss.
secorated with palms
wtthews was assist
l Mrs. Perry. In the
table was lovely with
lights shaded in rose
This beautiful rough braid straw Sailor will be on sale Frida and
Saturday. Comes in assorted colors. Other stores would 'aske
-l~ml~~-l-·~-~--" 400
IC OUR PRICE
=SPECIAL. SPECIAL
r Braids, Chips, A large selection Children's
Brid, Chip and Misses' Iats,trimmed
=capes, that others with ribbons and silks.
-$1.0 and $2.00. Priced by others at $1.00.
Our Price
S.00 50ot s.
Our Retail Department
Is for the BENEFIT of Millinery Buyera place where they can
SAVE MONEY on all their Millinery p We re only a
` block-and-a-half from Canal Street, and oot df be high rent district. "
PAY US A VISIT.
 an-Weinld Milinory Com'py, Lit
UP-TO-TmI-tMINUTE MILLINERS
EPARTMENT . WHOLESALE DEP'TMENT
Magazine Street10 t Mgine Street
color. The color scheme 'of pink was
carried out in the cakes, ices and con
fections. Mrs. Gegrge Koppel, seated
at the table, poured tea, and Miss Cane
presided over the punch bowl. A large
number of guests called during the
hours of receiving.
Edward Ostrander left Saturday for
Apple Grove, Ohio, to spend some time
with his sister, Mrs. Jack Brinker.
Rev. T. J. Larkin and fev. A. St.
Martin were visitors to Convent, La..
this week, to be present at the layi"g
of the corner-stone of the new science
hall at Jelerson College. Father Lar
kin was one of th9 speakers at the
ceremony.
Mr. t). J. Himel, after spending the
Carnival with his daughter, Mrs. Hen
ry Aycock, has returned to his home
on Olkley Plantation, Bayou La
fourche. He was accompanied by his
grand-children, Leslie and Dorothy
Dill.
Mr. Joe H. Aycock has returned to
Chacahoula, after spending two weeks
here, the guest of his son, Mr. Henry
Aycock.
William Hantel left last Wednesday
for New York.
There will be given at the Jefferson
theatre at Gretna on the evening ot
Tuesday, March 21, a vaudeville and
moving picture entertainment for the
benefit of the J. C. Root Camp No. 579,
Woodmen of the World, of Algiers,
which was recently organised and in
which there are a number of well
known Gretnaites. Several interest
ing features are promlsed, and the
committee in charge will leave ajth.
a ing undone to make the affair a com
plete success. This committee is com
I posed of the following: Sovereign Wm.
H. Murphy, chairman; Sovereign Al
bert Tufts, ex-officio; Sovereign Max
i R. Hantel, Sovereign Thomas H. Ram
sey, Sovereign S. J. McCune and Sov
ereign George W. Pollock.
Mrs. Jos. Bass of Morgan City has
been the guest of Mrs. Jno. Duffy of
Olivier street.
Miss Beulah Borne is spending some
time with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Hingle,
of Pointe-a-la-Hache, La.
Dr. Armstrong and daughter, Miss
lone, of Pleasant Hill, are the guests
of M RsDebt. L RIISer. -
Mrs. Louis Cunningham and children
of Lafayette, La., have been guests of
Mrs. Ed. Foley.
Miss Mabel Diehl of Toledo, Ohio,
who has been spending some time with
Mrs. Fred Herbert, has returned to
r her home.
Mr., Hy. Ramm of Bay City ,Mich.,
who has been here the guest of Mr.
Iand Mrs. Fred Herbert, is making the
f round trip on the steamer St. James.
The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
' Blanc was baptized last Sunday at the
Methodist Church. The name bestow
i ed on the little one was Regina Helen
i Jessie. The sponsors were Mr. Luke
I Blanc and Miss Ruby Vanderlinden.
s Capt. and Mrs. A. E. Hotard left yes
P, terday for a three month ' stay at Hot
{, Springs.
a Mrs. Paul Perrot presented her hus
1 band with a baby girl Tuesday.
Miss Barlow of Belle Rose, La., is
s the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank
SDuffy.
Mr. Gus Honold of Cheboygan, Mich.,
has been spending some time with Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Vanderlinden.
Misses Ruby and Blanche Vander
linden are spending a while at Vinton,
La.
The many friends of Mrs. J. E. Huck
!ns will be pleased to learn that she
is convalescing after a spell of sick
ness.
Mr. Dan Hartnett of Burwood, La.,
was on a two weeks' visit to his moth
er, Mrs. A. Hartnett, in Vallette street.
Miss N. Creel of Biloxi, Miss., was
the Carnival guest of Mrs. A. Hartnett
in Vallette street.
Mrs. By. Carstens and sister, Mrs.
C. Brown, will leave Monday, March
13th, for their summer home in Biloxi,
Miss.
Miss Mary Lampo of Patterson, La.,
was a visitor of Mrs. L. Lala on Tues
day.
Miss May Kinkald left Tuesday eve
ning for Berwick, La., for a stay.
Dr. Sanderson and wife of Natchi
toches, are visiting relatives here.
Miss Norma Higgins has returned to ii
her home in Natchitoches.
A delegation dr Algiers Pythians,
members of all three lodges, accom
panied Grand Vice Chancellor Brown r
to the meeting of Jefferson Lodge at
its hall at Seventh and Magazine
streets, Monday night, when that pop
ular offioer paid an official visit to the
lodge.
On Saturday night the members of
the Ray Inez Club decided to open the
season at the cozy clubhouse at Milne
burg on Friday, March 24, and the
president, Hon. Thomas Harding, will
have the use of the place during the
first week. After that the other mem
bers will take turns by the week in
using the clubhouse, which will remain
open until the latter part of October. I
Walter Packard was elected to mem
bership in place of Salvador Button,
who retired. Judge Harding was re
elected president and Judge Peter
Clement was again chosen secretary
treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bell and Mr. Joe
Kopler of Amite, La., were Carnival
visitors to Mrs. H. A. Renecky of Pa
cific avenue.
Mrs. G. W. Bostick and daughter,
Miss Dorothy Bostick, are home again
after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Key
lin at their home In Ponchatoula, La.
Mrs. G. Kornrum of Del Rio, 'rex., is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chris.
Nelson.
William Schroeder has become asse
dcated with Messrs. J. A. Wogan and
John Craig in the grain and feed busi
ness, at 213 North Peters street.
TWO OLD BRAND8. '
The firm of J. Grossman'a Sons,.who
are the proprietors of the Harmony
Club Whiskey, and the Southern agents
for Wiedemann's Beer, have been very
successful in placing their goods on
this side of the river. Some time ago
Mr. Grossman, the president of the
firm, made a personal visit to Algiers
where he visited the trade and placed
a great deal of his goods. Mr. Gross
man being well known here among the
saloon trade, was well received by
' and they are showing their ap
prsciation of his visit by redprooting
trade. Wiedemena's boer and Ha
mony Club whiskey are sold in every
well established saloon on this side of
theji er. Case ordeawill be attead
ed to art y time by any o the m
chats en this side w hamIdle the
o.
SOLARI'S
lbhydro, as the word implies. is taken
from the Gro.,k word ilydrox-Water-
and the Latin prefix di.- meaning none.
So when your grnoer offers you a can
of Iehydro Fruit or V'.etable he is call
tnt attention to a mlodi.rn sanitary way
of giving to the housekeeper the fre.h
fruit, vegetable or c'ream Soup. with
the water extracted--that requires your
soaking the product long enough to r.
store the mo,isture, when you will have
practically the fresh garden products
with all of their nutritive value, flavor
and color.
HAVE IN STOCK
('arrots. Soup ;reens, Celery. Ixek.
Parsley. Onions. Rlved l'otato.s, ('ab
bagp. Turnips, t'orn, Green I'eas. Spln
ach. Slicud Iteans, Rhultarb, 4'ranlrries,
RIasptlrries,. Ilue'ts'rrles. Strawberries,
('ream of Asparagus Soup. and Assorted
C'ream Soups. Prices t1(, 2trc and 25c
a can, according to variety.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
With Headquarters at
ROYAL AlD IBERVILLE STREETS.
Hart's Great
Bargains
IN USED PIANOS AND
PLAYER PIANOS.
For a Few Days Only
We need the room and they've
got to go regardless of value.
The dally arrival of our new Spring
Stock of Pianos and Player Pianos is
so crowding our house or warerooms
that we are compelled to sacrifice a
number of high-grade used pianos to se
cure the necessary exhibition space.
Never before have we had such a large
collection of such nlostruments, and pos
sibly never again will such an oppor
tunity -resent itself to buy on such
terms and at such prices.
Jq IIart PI NIHm,Ltd.
SJ. P. SIMMONS, Praeidsat.
1mr1 GML fTlET, EM wra
At Schabel's.
This way for the goods that give sat
isfaction. Everything in FANCY
CAKES and CRACKERS.
Just received, fancy sugar-cured
shoulder.
No. 1 Tomatoes, 5c a can.
'No. 2 Tomatoes, sc a can.
No. 3 Tomatoes, 3 cabs for 25 cents.
Tomato Paste, 2 cans for 5 cents.
Holland Herring, 2 for 5 cents.
Mackerel, 2 for 15 cents.
Pineapple, 5 cents a can.
Mince Meat, 10 cents a package.
"500" Playing Card Decks.
Aug. Schabel,
Patterson and Olivier Sts.
A WORD ABOUT
Furniture
An Algerine, who lives in Opelousas
Ave., said to me the other day:
"Say, Burglass, I am glad I took a
little more time by going away up to
your store to see your dtock and get a
line on your prices; I had no idea you
carried such a full stock of Cheap, Me
dium and High Grade Furniture and
that you could save me so much money
on the first purchase."
Surprised, eh! Well, I should say
hq was. I am now selling him, his rel
ativres and friends.
If you give me a chance to fgure
with you, "Ill sell you, too."
No matter who your present dealer
may be, a change might add dollars to
your pocket.
Cross the River and let's get ac
quainted.
Terms:-- CASH, or
£ i *. OPEN ACCOUNT.
A. Burglass,
(Leading Uptown Furniture Dealer.)
3f24.4..M40 MAGAZINE STREET.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
Remaining at Station A, New Or
g leans. La., post omee, week ending
l March 9th, 1911:
SGest---Antona o Cannelo, oland El
it mr, W. M. love, Alick Mack, Epharin
I- Smith.
v Ids--Miss Rnie Bromsard.
a W. J. Beaas, P. M.
J.'W. eaIs, aSUt. St. A.
"Linaire "
THE WHITE FABRIC
OF QUALITY
A material as handsome and she.r as }landltl .-t hitef Linen Wi' t
the added virtue of the greates.t .dlrabillty found only in high -grt lt
ot tonll.
$500.00
in Cash Prizes
will he given away for the best Embroidered Shirtwaist Pattern made
of this material.
For full particulars inquire at the 1White Wash (;oods )elpartment.
We have the cloth in a great tariet. of choctks and stripes as well
as the plain. Prices
15c, 19c, 20c, 25c and 30c
A YARD.
None genuine without the name "iLinaire" stamped on the sel
vage.
D. H.' Holmes Co., Ltd.
Established 1842.
By All Means
Have a Saving Account with us. Make a start for yourself.
Begin with a dollar, or any amount you can spare-be deter
mined to save every week or month-to add a little more to
what you have. We pay 3 1-2 per cent compound interest.
Comsiclial-G nania Trust & Sainlgs Baik
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.00.
Branches near all principal Markets and in Algiers.
811 COMMON STREET. 311 CAMP STREET.
The Newest in Cloth Tops, Patent Leather
Gun Metal and Vici Kid
Ladies', Men's and Children's
In Button and Bluchers at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Sole Agents for Webster School Shoes
Shoes with latest imnprovements and style.
Webiter's Dictieary with each pair.
Renecky Shoe Store ,~kii..LT
AlTOIATIC 3"aL .
IEFRIIIBAT OIS
F. C. DUVIC
THE WAY THE RECORD IS KEPT.
At the office of the Sewerage and
Water Board there is a bulletin posted
every day showing a list of every per
mit issued to the licensed plumbers
who have obtained permission to con
nect the premises of customers with
the City Sewerage System.
Duplicates of these permits and the
plans which accompany them are kept
on file at the board's office and it
would be a matter of only a few mo
ments research to locate the plumber
who should be responsible for any ima
proper or irregular work which might
escape the careful scrutiny of the in
spectors, as every fixture and every
pipe has to be shown on the plan.
The name of the Algiers Cornice &
Plumbing Works is one that appears
very frequently as having permission
to install sewerage appliances and it
is a matter of pride with Mr. J. nod
enger, the president of this firm, that
in no instance has any of his several
hundred installations been found in
the least degree subject to criticism.
-Adv.
I A
caw t W s uaid ass. ..r >wl
Seetis o< tds .aboa cheiU ps
ýusly dark sad ditdact. It act. e,
hav Alagisem-4 *". drelit ýbºi
soald be correctel at esas. 1h7
Ra sa la the eame aaraser.
P. ALLEN 8TRECK,
@[email protected]
Office: Sub. Drug Store,
Elmira and Evellna.
EIGHTIETH ANNIVER$ARY.
Mr. Francis Daniels, the father of A.
S. Daniels, Frank A. Daniels and Jos.
Daniels, was very proud on March 3rd,
when he was able to celebrate his
eightieth anniversary of his birth. Mr.
Daniels is still hale and hearty and a
ýw years ago he celebrated with his
wife the fiftieth anniversary of his
wedding, which took place at the home
of his son, A. S. Daniels. Mr. Daniels
received the congratulations from his
many friends who wish him continued
health and that he may celebrate many
more birthdays.
For Parties and Dances!
ii .. Stlle W.nsegn. di
.lis to enwesac tst ees wiff
pl, the pla. feor prtl..,
dence., r.ceptiae and e.str
teansnt.. Apply to
509 Patterson Street

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