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THE HERALD.
D'eveta to the Upbulldlng of the West Side of the River. "A very iwve and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD.
0L. XVIII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911. No. 47.
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PERSONALS
AND OTHERWISE
Wm. Babin left Tuesday on a
 3 aton Rouge, La.
Iy. Kevlin will leave soon for
o~- gh the northern cities.
-. District Conference of the
Church held last week, Mr.
palels was re-elected as one of
Wd of trustees of the Sea Shore
Orends.
3gleville School Alumnae will
- regular meeting on Friday,
ih, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., in the
Annex. Members are urg*
-rquested to attend, as a subject
interest is to be discussed.
will be a euchre given on Fri.
yll 21st, at 2:30 o'clock p. m.,
&. Mary's Hall by St. Margaret's
' Circ!e. The proceeds will
to the deaf and dumb of the
-ive souvenirs have been do
esng which are a $3 order and
Smbrella. The public is cordi!
vIsd, the price of admission be
ly $2 cents.
Byron Hiolley will be the
at Mt. Olivet Episcopal
eat Wednesday night.
Andrew Krauss presented her
with a fine baby girl on
last.
a" Mrs. Jas. H. Kepper have
from Abita Springs, where
their honeymoon, and have
Wi their residence with the
larents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ba.
AM street.
Albert Sutherland. whose hus
recently killed in an autono
t at Galveston, Tex., has
- Algiers and will make her
hme with her mother-in-law,
. etkherland, at 417 Pelican
Mrs. Sutherland was accom
her two children, Orilla and
ablie Hebert, the popular
ter of Capt. and Mrs. W.
ars entered the Working
Contest. Miss Hebert is
at the Junius Hart Piano
at August Traub, who had
y because of their failure
baom him, were relieved Pri
a telegram came from him
aying he was safe and
Trsab had secured em
elsewhere than on the
as steward, but had failed
hmiil know of the change.
 l-a Leoourt has been ap
our Bank Account
u sot be diminished much in making your purchase from as BECAUSE we buy for spot cash and
evaatage of all discounts. We give you the benefit of this advantage, as well as of our expert
>lm. If you wich to save money and get the VERY LATEST APPROVED MILLINERY AT
LOWIWDT PRICES, we urgently request a visit to our Retail Department.
Special Sale on
"S to $3000
We sell more PLUMES than any other three New Orleans houses, because we spe
clalise on Plumes and carry Ia stock the larest and handsomest assortment in the
rI SBoath. Our ordinary prices are ust about half what others charge, but this week
we cut still further and give you more than double value. They're beauties, every
one.
SAPFES rFLOWERS
a-sMh g variety of all kinds, especiall We carry the Iargest and Saest line of FLOWERS
NACRE shades and the becomiag in the city at prices ranging from Sc to $2.50 per
lSlbors so much in demand. They're bunch. At other stores this quality costs you
to t2 and $3. Just double.
"" .....................$ 1.00 OUR SALE  ECIAL
S AM EETr ' T 50 Dowa Roll-Brim SAILdaRS, trimmed with pros
tatlor Aigrettes, In, all colors; regular grained ribbon, In white, red and black; regular
This Week price 76t-Our 8peiaI
... ...........This .....................
ORIGINATORS OF HATS TRIMMED FREE
are masters of present day Good Style and are artists In its expression. We trim
fte, provided shape and material are purchaed trom us.
man-Weinfeld Milinary Comp'y, Ltd.
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE MILLINERS
D~PARTMNT WHOLESAL DEP'TMENT
1 m-m. !L Os $11 MN hsL SIII
""b t,-~ ; .-' .." 2 ...-"::,;;."-:"*.' . . .
pointed a teacher in MeDonogh No. 32
School.
Mrs. W. H. Stalcup and children
have returned to their home in Booth.
ville, after spending several weeks
here with Mrs. C. A. Borden. Miss
Louise Casanova accompanied them
and will remain there two weeks.
Geo. Montgomery arrived last week
from Texas to spend some time here.
The public schools will be closed at
noon to-day on account of Confederate
Decoration Day.
Mrs. Chas. Corbett and daughters,
Marguerite and Evelyn, left Monday
for Memphis to spend a few days.
Mrs. J. C. Mathews is attending the
State Federation of Woman's Clubs
that is being held at Alexandria.
Geo. W. Pollock is spending a few
days in Memphis.
Mrs. C. A. Borden and Mrs. T. V.
Casanova spent Sunday at Bay St.
Lou's. Miss.
Senator Robt. O'Connor left to-day
for Plaquemine and Baton Rouge, to
try a damage suit in the courts of the
above places. He will return Monday.
Rev. John Tansy filled the pulpit
Sunday night at the Methodist Church.
Excerpts from his sermon will be
found in another column.
Mrs. H. J. Thompson and daughter
Marion are visiting Mrs. B. L. Ander
son.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Dazet has removed
to the city and taken up their resi
dence in Annunciation near Pleasant
'Mr. Jos. Worrel left yesterday for
New York.
Mr. Warren B. Seymour, of the State
Auditor's office, was a visitor to his
parents in Vallette street last Sunday,
returning to Baton Rouge in the eve
ning of the same day.
Mr. Albert Clark left Wednesday for
New York.
Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cir
cle, will have a social meeting after
the business one to-night. Refresh
ments will be served and a general
good time is promised. All members
are urged to attend.
Mrs. B. Augustine and her grand
daughter, Clare Waiters, left for Abita
Springs Sunday.
On last Sunday the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Traub, of Nunes
street, was baptized at the Church of
the Holy Name of Mary. The spon
sors were Mrs. Isabel Russell and Mr.
Harry Dellam. The little one received
the name of Elizabeth Henrietta.
Mrs. Louisa Nicklaus has been quite
sick for the past two weeks,
On last Sunday evening Leo Lob en
tertained his friends on a yacht ride
on the "Vision" on Lake Pontchartuain
stopping at West End and at Spanish
Fort. Those who enjoyed the ride
were: Misses Lillian Arnault, Eunice
Ward, Irma Lubeight, Lurline More
and Sadie and Madeline Vezien
Messrs. Leo Lob, C. Lob, R. Sullivan
J. Dunivan, J. Coeburn, E. Morel, W
Arna'lt. Dr. Whitmeyer and G. Thoele
Mrs. Geo. Thoele chaperoned the
party.
Mrs. Allen Mosholder presented he
husband with a baby boy on Sunda!
morning.
Mrs. Herz of Opelousas avenue ha,
been called to the bedside of her son
who is seriously ill at Charlotte, N. C
Miss Emma Ramos has returnee
from a pleasant trip to St. John the
lBaptist, La.
Mrs. Hugh Collette is spending '
few days on the Lower Coast.
Mrs. Barlow of Belle Rose, La., is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Franl
Duffy.
Jno. Shaw is home from Port Eads
La.
Ralph Barlow is the guest of hi:
sister, Mrs. Frank Duffy.
T. Graham of Calumet, La., was call
ed home to attend the funeral of hi:
brother-in-law, the late Ed Nelsop.
Willie Sheen left Monday for Abitj
Springs, La.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Willis have returnee
to Algiers to take up their residence
here.
Jos. Duffy has returned home afte
an extended trip.
Dr. Ed King was the guest of hi:
brother, Dr. A. C. King, for a few
days this week.
Mrs. Jos. Lennox and daughter, Mist
Adriel, are spending a few days ii
Memphis.
Miss Julia Wilcox left Monday to:
Vicksburg to spend a month.
Mrs. Chas. I. Klehl and daughte:
Ruth are spending some time in Kec
kuk, Iowa.
Chas. Harnish, of Lafayette, La.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fret
Pefferkorn.
Mrs. Ed Gisch left yesterday for he:
home in New York after a three
months' visit to her daughter, Mrs. L
F. Glsch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Veazey left yes
terday for New Iberia.
F. McLean, Jr., who is employed a'
Amite City, spent Saturday and Sun
day with his family here.
Miss F. Sanderson of Natchitoches
spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. E. Hig
gins. Miss Seaderson is here for the
purpose of completing her course as i
trained nurse in the Presbyterian Hoe
pital.
Miss Irene Brooks, who was ill i
few days, has again taken up Ier du
ties at Belleville school.
Richard Nichols and Wallace Christi
took part in a cantata at the Frei
Church of the Annunciation, on Cam]
street, last week.
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YHU dI. NEVER't KNOW IHOiW NI'E IS,
Kosher Buttffer
UNTIL YO HIIAVE TRIlED IT
Made from rich Jersey 4"ream-full of
Butter "at- accounts for Its golden tint
and delicate flavor-the absence of salt
and coloring gives you Naturea's lII'
TER. A combtination of such elemnenta
producesa Butter that eannot Iw 5ill]
even in the lassa with high-grade
('reams, and is considered a delicacy ile
mnanding a higher price than we areI
askin.. KOI)SIIERt BITTER is made at
Mandeville, la.. and Is the enterpri, of
Soithern brtins and capital .and it to
Ie found on sale at
OLARe'
eWhat Is Kornlet ?
Itse the tsualent Inner part of tender
greein rn kernels, from which the out
er hui has la-en entir ly separated --con
tains twle the nouritshment of a Can of
the twat canned corn--its concentrated
quality makes it especially good for
soup-. --20E a can.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
With Headquarters at
ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS.
NO FILES.
You should be most particular about
your groceries during the summer
months, when flies are a factor in the
spread of disease. Our grocery is per
fectly screened and and all of our goods in
a sanitary condition. Buy here and be
sure of clean, healthy goods.
Special this week,
EASTER EGG DYES, all colors in
each package. Per pack, Sc.
Aug. Schabel,
THE GROCER,
Patterson and Olivier 8ts.
John Olsen has returned from Hot
Springs, Ark., after a two weeks' stay.
The Kindergarten Mothers' Club will
meet to-morrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, at the Belleville Annex.
Mrs. E. E. Dupuis has opened a no.
tion Mtore at 513 Verret street. She
also handles cream cheese, milk and
bread.
Mr. Jas. Crowley, Sr., who has been
spending sometime at Abita Springs,
came over for a few days last week.
Miss Lucille Molalson has entered
the Working Girls' Outing Contest as
the Cumberland Telephone Company's
candidate. She is sending out postals
soliciting the support of her friends.
The many friends of Mist Asema Co
zan, of 724 Belleville street, will be
pleased to learn that the operation she
was compelled to undergo was success
ful. Fifteen years ago she ran a
needle in her knee and last Wednesday
Dr. Jn. A. Rupp successfully removed I
same.
-Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Krauss are
receiving congratulationgrtultions on the ar
rival of a daughter at their home last
week.
MRS. E. E. DUPUIS
Desires to announce to her friends E
that she has opened a Notion Store at
513 Verret Street,
and solicits the patronage of her
friends.
She also handles Cream-Cheese,
Milk, and Bread.
AN ERROR.
last week in our write-up of the
baptisma that took place at the Church I
of the Holy Name of Mary, an error
was made in the names of the spon
sors for the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt Martin. It should have been
Mrs. Katie Renecky and son Joseph.
SMALL THEFTS.
The theft of $10 was reported to the
Eighth Precinct police on Thursdamy by
James Cousin, of 405 Pacific avenue, I
representing Mrs. William Landry, of
the same address, who employed an I
unknown negro girl to do some work
about the house Thursday morning. I
The girl had been there only ten pin
utes when she disappeared, and It was
found that a $10 bill had been taken
from a purse on a dresser in one of I
the bedrooms.
Sneak thleves sometime Tuesday
night or early Wedhesday morn
ing of last week, cut a wire
and then broke open the cash
box of a telephone in the hallway of
John 8prada's place, 130 Morgan
street, and it is believed secured about
$4 from the receptacle for their trom
ble. Two strangers, who were room
l Wedfesdat mortn after buyinsg
two fasks of whisky, costing ES cents,
paying for the liqaor with 5cent pieces
Descriptions of the two men were fur
nished the pollee.
NEW DAIRY STORL
.Mrs. Wai. Jones desires to announce
to her triseds that she bas opened a
alry Storne at 424 El. str eet, ,wbere
ihe will have far sale milk, cream I
cheese, brea, ro, olltbmese ad e. o, I
ties.. Ite will plese to seeall
t erw M . .
TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE.
Algiers had a $10,000 fire Wednes
lay evening of last week. The blaze
started in the rear of the grocery, bar
oom and residence of Philip Bomer
to, 4tH) Lamarque street, corner of
reche, totally destroying that place, to
tether with several adjoining build
ngs. all the property of Bomerito also.
Bomerito's loss on the first-named
)lace amounted to $4,000, on which
here is insurance for $2,500. Ills stock
ind furniture were valued at $1,000,
ind were not insured. He also suffer
,d quite an extensive loss in money
Lnd jewelry, which were either stolen
)r lost during the excitement. $400 in
noney, a tin box containing about $10
n nickels, a lot of clothing valued at
1:130 and a lot of jewelry valued at $56
ire missing. The owner is unable to
state positively whether it was all
)urned up in the fire or was stolen by
someone.
The double cottage. Nos. 1232 and
234 Teche street, occupied on one
side by Joseph Culver, and the other
ide teing vacant, was valued at $1,
100 and is insured for $1,000. Culver's
oss was complete, covered by insur
mne for $800.
The double cottage Nos. 410 and 412
Lamarque street, was totally destroy
ad, valued at $1,500 and insured. The
>ccupants, Sophie Alexander and Jesse
Williams, both negroes, lost property
to the extent of $25 and $75 respective.
ly, on which there is no insurance.
The single cottage, No. 414 La
marque street, occupied by William
Johnson, a negro, was damaged $400,
!overed by a policy of $500. Johnson's
loss was $75, on which there is no In
surance.
RESIDENCES MUST BE THREE
FEET APART.
On Monday, City Engineer Hardee
recommended to the Mayor that the
:lause in the new building code, which
provides for three feet of space be
:ween buildings in the residential dis
:rict, be retained in the code unchang
ed. He reported a conference he held
)n the matter with the compilers of
he new building code. It was their
elief that that much space should be
rept between buildings. They ex
ulained that six feet ought to prevail
etween the sides of the buildings, this
Mpace being reduced at the tops of the
auildings by the projecting eaves and
,ornices.
Complaints about the provisions in
he code affecting garages, electric
iigns, improving existing elevators and
he fire limits in Algiers were referred
)y the city engineer to the Building
Wode Board of Appeals.
THE RULES FOR SUNDAY CLOS
ING.
Postmaster W. J. Behan has issued
the following regulations relative to
the Sunday closing of the postomce,
which was inaugurated Standay:
'O)n and after April 2, 1911, the main
postofice and all stations will be cloe
ed on Sunday, except the general de
livery at main office, which will be
)pen from 11 a. m. to 12 m. to accom
nodate the traveling public and those
patrons of the office who call for ur
ant personal mail. No stamps, stamp.
td envelopes, newspaper wrappers or
postal cards will be sold on Sunday.
.alils will be distributed to boxes In
,he main omce as usual.
"Business men who desire their mail
egularly on Sundays will be allowed
o rent boxes (at the full rate) even
:hough their mail is delivered to them
y carriers on other days in the week,
"Any patron desiring an important
ersonal communication delivered to
im on Sunday, will be accommodated
roon rayment of the prescribed fee for
npeclal delivery service. Sach request
lowever, must be made prior to the
slosing of the oMce on Saturday night,
r at the general delivery on Sunday
etween the houears of 11 a m. and 12
"A collection will be made from the
itreet letter boxes throughout the en
ire city between 1 p. m. and 5 p. m.,
to that the mail will reach the main
ruce in time to go forward on night
rains. Mail matter deposited in the
nain omce, at least one hour before
eaving time of any train, will be dis
atched as usual.
"To prevent any delay in the first
lelivery Monday morning, carriers will
me reqluired to report earlier on that
lay to route their mail.
'"Clerks and carriers working on
landays will be allowed compensatory
ime off during the week.l"
ANONYMOUS COMMUNICATION.
We are in receipt of a letter dated
larch 29th and signed "Yours truly,
. A." We did not publish this com
anunication for the fact that The Her.
Id never publishes anonymous com
nmicatlonr. The letter is a very good
me, but as the writer did not show his
pood Intentions by signing his name,
we were compelled to consign It to the
astebasket as we do all communica
jon of this kind.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
The members of Orsage Grove No.
i, Wookee Circle, are notiied to atr
tens the musseu teiht. amines
1, hmm,'wt
Our 66th
Birthday Sale
CONTINUES
In planning for this sale we bought mer
chandise not only sufficient for a one day's
sale, but prepared offerings that should make
it worth your while planning a special trip to
Holmes', not only the first day of the sale, but
to-day and any day this week. You will find _
merchandise of exceptional merit at special
Birthday prices here every day this week.
D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd.
Estealihed in 1842.
IJlJm IIIIII IIIIII I I II
SEaster ! Easter!!
At Renecky's Shoe Store
Are you going to wear new shoes for Easter? Of course
you are. We're in the best condition for supplying your Easter
footwear.
RENECKY'S qualities were never better, styles never so
pleasing, prices never so attractive to prudent buyers.
And in addition to giving more for your money, you re
ceive coupons for very handedome premiums with every pur
chase.
Renecky ShoeStore 'V'rIIT n. '
AITOLIATIC m
IBEFlRIGIBATOS
F. C. DUVIC
EASTER
And the Reason For Its Movable Date.
Easter this year comes on Sunday,
April 16, and the milliners and dress
makers are unusually busy Just now.
Inquiries are frequently made why
Easter does not fall on a certain date
each year. The date for Easter was
fixed by the great council of Nice A. D.
325, when the following rules were
laid down:
That the 21st day of March shall be
accounted the vernal equinox.
That the full moon happening on or
next after the 21st of March shall be
taken for the fuall moon of Nisan.
That the Lord's day next following
that fuall moon shall be Easter Day.
But if the full moon happens upon a
Sunday, Easter day shall be the Sun
day after.
In order to insure uniformity in the
observance of Easter, a canon had
previously been passed, but was not
conclusive as was the work of the
council of Nice.
AN ERROR.
In our issue last week we reported
the sale of the house 209-11 Pelican
avenue to Mr. M. J. Rooney. This was
an error. The house sold Mr. Rooney
by Mr. Koppel was 315-17 Alix street.
The boase 209-11 Pelican, and 213-15
Paciic avenue, and 434-34 Pacific ave
aee, rstill unsold. We understand
that the owner has a very low price
en thme peop tie
ro wel, oI th  Am asle a p er
my dark and disie. It t, I
eit be crct" at seaase I1' tbs
Utlese is the sine Mamr.
P. ALLEN STRECK,
oPTOMTrRIST.
ofmc: Sub. Drug Store,
Elmira and Evellna.
SI
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 daily arrival of our new Spring
Stock of Pamos and Player Pianos Is
so crowdlng our beahouse or wareroom
number of high-grade used plaes to as
cure the necessry exhibition saee.
Never before have we had such a lae
collection of such Instruments, and poe
stibr ever agaln will such an oppor
tunaty present Itself to buy on such
terms and at such prices. t
Jiin Hard Plai eoa , Ltd.
J. P. SIMMONS, Prat.
M-M CR STmeT, Ku mat
For Parties and Dances!
Ni** St l.u WembeE e du
ms t  uanuae tkeeks wWd
S teo Paters Aonr Ptr"
5O9Patterson Street

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