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THE HI ERALD.
SDvoted to the Upbuildlng of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD. XVIII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911. No. 4. PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE -ierry Euchre a ';"! ac enter kwt week by I r .nt i Mrs. C. V. The succt'ssfU:l lilat ers were V. Kraft ani tr-. W\. U. Wea rs. Fred t;,wel and I'. J. bhe c0nsol:btius fell to the 3.s. Chas. Arntld and Mr I. F. - Y. and Mrs. 1'..1. L.ewis will next week at their home on .r Coast. rL R. Edbrooke will preach at -grvt Episcopal C'hurch to-mor aeting of the Teachers Pen Misses E. M. Rhodes and were elected as nimtubers ju4 of directors of the league. jag. Tansey and Eugene Lie week-end guests at the amap, Bay Adams A1. Kevlin left Saturday -r Shreveport, La.. accom y Mrs. Reb. Vallette, being lb., by the illness of her broth Vallette. " Boylan left Saturday eve s.lort stay with his brother, at Gulfport. Miss. Osillott Is expected home for Slidays. 0. Reems. frmerly a resi lJllers, has moved to 3234 street, corner Pleasant, has opened up a first-class pool room. Parks expects to leave text week for a visit to rel ember Make Best Creams! y We Make Best? it is cooked and as artificial indre dt the pne fresh ream aOM hig grade Newr toils M . r. URECOEMEND IT. sses that yea ma -t Imaga t yee m.a Isas ur lea cream is wald & Co. Ltd. Caral Street, S Car Ech aje S lIsit to This Store Is a Revelation! iug Spring AND rMillinery atyles of up4o-the-minute Millinery talk of the town, and have made / for this House. This House al friends of its customers, for its prices lewest in New Orleans at Wholesale Prices. mmed Hats med Hat Section you will find ex you need for your individual style. te S hapes, including roll-brim Saill Mnd in assorted colors and black. We deliver every sale before Easter. 75c to s9.00 ESpul valus i hnL Triald Easter ats of Hats Trimmed Correct Spring Models, with dash and style; FREE. In Hemp, Hair Braid, Milans and Chips; trimmed with all the latest effects and are masters of present4day Good novelties; reglarly priced at $7.00 to 3 on Utlsts In its expreion. We trim $8.04-Our Easter Sale Price..... .. ..e .rovided shape and material are par N-WEINFELD MILLINERY CO., Limited UP-TO-THE-MINUTE MILLINERS Wholesale Dep.rtet ?amgsia Street 2"O to 212 Magasias Street atives in Beaumont. Tex. Mrs. Jno. W. Webert and son John will leave on the 26th inst. for Ger many. George George will leave the first of May for Panama. Mlrs. Win. Babin acd two little chil dren left Tuesday for a week's stay at Baton gouge, La. Dr. M. O. Carey has taken posses s'on of his new home, corner Bermuda street and Pelican avenue. Mrs. I. Kevlln has returned home from Ponchatoula, after a visit to Dr. E. Kevlin. If you "want the earth"--that is, "the whole shooting-match," you will have to go talk to some of the real estate men over the river. But if you "love your neighbor as yourself" and are willing to "divide up" with him, we can "fix you up" (if we can't "do you up") over here. Read some of our ads in to-day's paper and "size the matter up"-that is. after you con clude that a piece as big as a town lot will do you. You will then be doing yourself" Justice-that is, after you fence one in. One particular ad will tell you how. Look it up, and "cut it out"-(the ad.). Among the teachers who attended the Louisiana State Teachers' Conven tion, recently held at Lake Charles, La., were Misses Ophelia Koppel, Isa bel and Alice O'Connor, Irene Brookes. Edwina Thorning, Myrtle Scholl. Ma mie Vaughan and Juanita Barret. The Lake Charles teachers did all that was possible to make the visit an enjoyable one. Among the interesting entertain ments provided were a trip to the sul phur mines, the greatest in the world, and a trip on Lake Charles and Cal casieu river to Prian Lake. The marriage of Miss Lena Caroline Gausch. the adopted daughter of Mrs. Julia C. Edgecombe, of Daisy, La., to Mr. William Monroe Edgecomb, will be celebrated at the Algiers Method ist Church, South, on April 19th, at 7:30 o'clock. The wedding will be a very quiet one, owing to the recent death of the bride's brother. It will take place from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. J. Braai, 1021 Pacific ave nue. No cards being issued, the friends and relatives are invited to the church through this medium. The library will be closed all day Friday on account of a holiday. Mrs. Chas. Corbett and children re turned Saturday from Memphis. Dr. Harry E. Nelson returned Satur day night from a trip to Morgan City, Franklin and other towns In southern Louisiana. Dr. Nelson is much im proved in health and took up his du ties at the Charity Hospital. Mrs. J. C. Mathewes left Tuesday for Clagksdale. Miss., to attend the convention of the Mississippi Federa tion of Woman's Clubs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Veazy have re turned from New Iberia, La. The many friends of Mr. Veazy extend their sympathy for the loss of his sister. Mrs. Kinkaid and two daughters, May and Florence, left Tuesday for a short stay at Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. W. L. Barbour and little daugh ter, Lauraine, left last . Saturday for Vicksburg, Miss., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. BarbOur and faim ily. Mrs. Hy. Brinkman, of Houston, Tex., is the guest of her aunt, Mrsn Hy. Gailt of Olivier street. Miss Mildred Brinkman left last Thursday for her home in Houston stopping off a few days at Lafayette. La., as the guest of Miss Gladys ('un ningham. An Easter party will be held at the Methodist Church Saturday evening, from : to , o'clock. Admission will be ten cents. The many friends of Mr. and .Mlrs. Fred Galt will be pleased to learn that the> have moved to our town and wilt make their home with Capt. and Mrs. H. Galt. A. S. i)aniels spent Tuesday at the Sea Shore ('amp Grounds, to attend the meeting of the board of trustees. Mrs. Mat Howe and family have moved to the city to reside in Berlin street. Mrs. Warren left last Wednesday for St. Louis, Mo. The Ladies" Auxiliary to the I. A. of Machinists will give a penny party on April 29th on Casey's lawn in Ope lousas avenue near Bouny street. Mrs. Jos. Lennox and daughter Adriel have returned from Memphis, where they were the guests of and were delightfully entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurlburt. The Young Ladies' Society of the Trinity Lutheran Church will enter tain at a springtime festival next Monday night, April 17, in the school house and on church grounds. Theodore Dubret and A. Kerstens are spending some time at Bay Adams. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tingstrom have the sympathy of their many friends in the loss of their baby girl, Francis Henri etta, whose death occurred Tuesday. The funeral was held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the pa rents' residence, 909 Atlantic avenue. Interment was in St. Bartholomew cemetery. SANITARY ICE CREAM. The Odenwald & Gros Co., of 619 Canal street, who have made such a famous reputation for the purity of their cream, are taking great pains to explain to the public why they have been so successful and have never had a case of poisoning traced back to their establishment. It is a well know n fact that many of the germs causing digease are not destroyed by freezing, and the only other way to exterminate them positively is through subjecting the menstrum to heat ex ceeding the boiling point and this the firm does by boiling all the ingredients that go to the manufacture of their Icream. Not only do they boast of this process, but they also guarantee their patrons that their flavoring extracts are made from the pure frutis, in con junction with which they use the high est grade of sugar and fresh Creole eggs; and while their prices may be :i little higher than those who sell great quantities of cream, on account of its cheapness, they will no doubt gain in the long run -by furnishing to the pub lic an article in which absolute confi dence may be placed. Their factory. which is in Exchange Alley, is putting in every method of sanitation and is quite appetizing to visitors. SPECIAL NOTICE. The business men of our district are respectfully requested to be present April 17th, at Pythian Hall, where a commercial organization will be effect ed. The committee desires the mer chants to be present promptly at 7:30 o'clock. SOLARI'S 1111 l iii i. 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Said notes to bear on the property, and to I dated upon a omplositihe hou, when sOffaid propfe the 30 Lotr n Sho you, free from allwn other enumbrances, as above. The building to be of PROPOSITION NO. 2. Pay me $50 down, to bindand the sae of abe mutually one agreed cept corners, and Ishown will dathe your purchase practically, upon yo34r eepayment towide, with e, at thdewalk, time, 0-foot roadway and a 55-oot parkway in front, and a 12-foot alleyid l the rear. $100 hey ach.re already survey dated Mrch, 1912, and the streetsbe for 1 and alleys are in, while they ars, re spectively, with 7 per cent interest from said date. You to pay for the act bway above u rade, thus saving a considerable extra expense which usually of salls on the purchaser. They are, altogether with all certiicates pertaining the nest home-sites in the tractnvey sid property to you, clear of all encumbrances, including the tabes of 1911, Pay me in s whole secthion, while counder either of a theouse proposalsot andre within thebuld ah of all, those on one who have littles, and tae ywho can savor the a little moreat 1. I this interests you, don't nteret that the best lots wbear go to the rst purchasernd to oall on ee a tnl cplae or phoe Algiers 322-W. PRI'UR 8. LAWTON. Shoe,,' Women 3.00 Fashion and style do not always make for beauty but Faehion--Style.-Beauty S50 arelo embodied in PATRICIANS. The foot does not change with each 30 changing style, bat the appearance can be changed to a startling degree, can be 4.00 made to look graceful and ehapely by Patrician Shoes because they are fashioned on correct stylish lines. D. H. HOLMES CO., Limited. Easter ! 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 handsdome premiums with every pur chase. Renecky ShoeStore VALTTE a - - - - - - -m - - AUTOIATIC Y " RIFBIG ?ATORS F. C. DUVIC INSPECTOR TO GO UNDER THE KNIFE. Inspector of Police James W. Rey nolds will be operated upon for ap pendicitis either to-day or Friýay in the Hotel Dieu. He has been suffer ing from appendicitis for several months and has had a number of at tacks. It was at first thought that an operation would not be necessary, but his condition became such that the physician attending him expressed the belief that the appendix must be re moved. MRS. F. E. DUPUIS Desires to announce to her frienads Chat 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. GOES TO FRENCH LICK SPRINGS. Mayor Martin Behrman, who has been ill for the past two or three weeks, will leave Friday for the fam ous French Lick Springs and West Baden Springs. in southern Irdiana, where he will remain for a few weeks. Mr. Behrman, however, is expected to return to be here at the time of the sale of the $7,000,000 sewerage and water bonds. UNCLAIMED LETTERS Remaining at Station A, New Or leans, La., postofice. week ending on April 13th, 1911: Gents-Wiil Gilliman, E. B. Mc Cutchon, Guy Sagrsew, Antiyak Bap tist Church. Ladiea--Mrs. Hagar Conor, Mrs. Fany Geskin, Mrs. Wm. Gorman, Miss Ethel King, Mrs. Verma Mondro, Mrs. Mary Simon; Miss Marceline Wether strand. W. J. Behan, P. M. J, W. Di Dels, Sapt. Sta. A. -- =q.m m,0"1b Mdsew, amod ,iM s bmrd tmo Il =- 2 4 Cower the left eye and s tfse liasn l sections of the above eidl epper ya--y dark sad distict. If nact yes have Astimatism-a visual defect which aIbsl be coreeted at omes. TV he left eye i the same mamnr. P. ALLEN STRECK, OPTOMETNIST. Office: Sub. Drug Store, Elmira and Evelina. " 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 sacriflce 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 Instruments, and poeM sibly never again will such as oppor. tunity present Itself to buy on such terms and at such prices. J iis Hart Plano House, Ltd. J. P. SIMMONS, President. lfl10- hIlL STiET, IW MiTR At Schabel's Try our choice butter at 2 . n .en pound. Cups and sauc·ers. cents. Deen and flat plates, ,3 ent~ A .... Breakfast plates, ' for . en! A. Boiled ham. Aug. Schabel, THE GROCER, Olivier and Patterson.