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THE HERALD.
- DW Io the Upbliding of the Went Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RIECORD.
Vilil NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911. No 52.
ember
Make
Best
Creams!
Why We Make
IThe Best?
it is cooked and
aso artificial ingre
ade of the pure freshcream.
ar, highest grade saugr
Svauilla bean.
ECOMMEND IT.
ss preves that yes cas
mg by freezing but yeou a
Ieace our ice cream is
nwald &
Co. Ltd.
9 Canal Street,
Carew Eachauge
3Mg. Place.
ich and Gorgeous
Half price for finest quality long
flowing French plumes--black, white
and colors--carefuy selected male
stock with hard double flue. This
is a real sale. These are real bar
gains. It's the year's best chance
for genuine savings in the choicest
and most desirable and most neces
sary of all hat decorations.
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK.
as a special inducement a limited number of black and white Plumes,
6 inches long and 6 inches wide, at the ridiculously
price of ................................................ 3. 98
IS ONE OF OUR GREATEST SALES THIS SEASON AND IT OFFERS
DEAR TO THE HEART OF EVERY WOMAN, AT PRICES LOW
TO FIT THE MOST MODEST PURSE AND WITH QUALITIES FINE
AND PLUMES GORGEOUS ENOUGH TO SATISFY THE GREATEST
AND ELEGANCE.
Note These Prices
long by 3 inches wide-Special................................... 4c
long by 4 inches wide-Special.................................. Mc
long by 7 inches wide-Special............ ................... $1.48
long by 4 inches wide-Special......... ...................... $1...
long by 7 inches wide-Special................................... $1.
long by s inches wide-Special.............................$.....
long by 5 inches wide-Special.. .................... . . *.
long by 6 inches wide-Special.... ......................... $.M
long by 7 inches wide-Special............................ $M
long by 9 inches wide-Special............................... . S
long by II inches wide-Special .................. ........
long by to inches wide-Special................................ P.
long by Iz inches wide-Special................................... $19.I
long by Io inches wide-Special................................ $17.
long by 12 inches wide-Special.............. ...... $11.66
plumes are of the finest selected stock, with long, beatttiful fibres, full fluffy and
modding heads. Exceptionally fe values and offerd at oae-lf of their regular
o`fering an elegant assortment of Untrimmed Shapes, - f8
for this eek,'at ............... .. . . * ....................."
ossman-Weinf eld
Millinery Co., Ltd.
E- DEPARTNT: AL DEPA RLMNT:
OAZINE STREET. TsRas MAG EB TRT.
PERSONALS
AND OTHERWISE
The steamer Lafourche, a small steel
steamboat being built by the Johnson
Iron Works for the government, was
launched at the company's plant on
Thursday. The Lafourche will be pro
vided with three boilers and powerful
machinery, and will be used by the
United States engineers in local wa
ters for towing barges and other pur
poses.
Mrs. Frank James presented her
husband with a baby girl last Friday.
The friends of Capt. Harry J.
Thompson, a well-known bar pilot, who
was operated on for appendicitis at
the Presbyterian Hospital a couple of
weeks ago, will be gratified to learn
that he has fully recovered, he having
left the city Wednesday evening for
his home in Abita Springs to spend a
short while with his family before re
turning to his post at the mouth of
the river.
Mrs. E. Otey, of Louisa, La., spent
a few days here the past week.
The Mt. Olivet Sunday School picnic
will take place Saturday at City Park.
The Merry Euchre Club held their
final meeting of this season last week
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pef
ferkorn in Opelousas avenue. The
successful players were Mrs. Fred Pef
ferkorn, Mrs. W. H. Weaver, Fred
Pefferkorn and R. E. Whitmore. Mrs.
Chas. Arnold and Dr. W. H. Weaver
received the consolations.
Miss Grace Averill, of the Belleville
School, represented our district on the
committee to receive at the 'McDon
ogh Monument, at Lafayette Square,
on McDonogh day, last Friday.
Mesdames Alb. Verret and Frank
Duffy spent Saturday and Sunday at
Rosedale, La.
Mrs. Jno. Duffy and Al Verret were
week-end visitors to Morgan City.
The Methodist Sunday School picnic
will take place Saturday at City Park.
'Miss Ethel Jaeger spent Sunday at
Gulfport, the guest of Mrs. Connors.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brinkman and
sister of Brookhaven are guests of
Mrs. A J. Gerard of Olivier street.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Kohn re
turned Friday from their honeymoon
spent at Pass Christian and left Sun
day for their home in Pointe-a-La
Hache, La.
Mrs. T. V. Casanova and Mrs. Hy.
Jacobs were guests of Mrs. Vahle of
Ocean Springs, Sunday.
At the regular meeting of Orange
Grove No. 9, W. C., last week, one ap
plication was balloted on. There w' .ii
quite a number of visitors,n asi vice
city Groves present. elected as t
i omfcers of t
The Grand Chapter oflf erve ase of
March. 1,
Louislana, O. E. S., Wi' duly el.cts ses
sion May 17-19 at tht y ,ttish Rite
Cathedral in Carondelet street. May
or Behrman will deliver the address of
welcome.
Mrs. O. Aycock received a hand
some gold watch for being the most
successful player at the euchre given
Saturday night by Acorn Camp No. 151
W. 0. W. V
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Duplain are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival S
of a baby girl at their home. s
Mrs. W. N. Burmaster presented her a
husband with a baby boy Monday.
The following baptism took place i
Sunday at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary: Csmelia Costello, the ti
daughter of Joseph Costello and Ca- p
melia Ragusa, residing at McLellan
ville. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Ragusa.
Mrs. Fred Weaver, who has been
visiting relatives in Morgan City is
now spending some time in Lafayette.
LL.
Mrs. W. Burke and children, with
her brother, Henry Dellucky. are visit
ing their mother, Mrs. J. S. Dellucky,
at Amelia.
Fritz Webert has been reported se
riously ill at his home in City Park
Row; but is now somewhat improved.
John Statzkowski, who has been
confined to his home with a sprained
ankle, is able to be out again.
The pupils of the kindergarten were
given their annual picnic yesterday on
Lower Coast. The little ones with
..eir teachers and many of the mem
rs of the Kindergarten Mothers'
Club left the school at 9 a. m. and pro
ceeded to the Lower Coast where a
most enjoyable day was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. August Pack, Miss
Mary Kraft and Mrs. Fred Goebel
made the round trip on the steamer
St. James this week.
'Mrs. McCord of Seguin street re
turned last week from a visit to Nash
ville, Tenn.
Mrs. Frazler of Nashville, Tenn., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mc
Cord of Bouny street.
Chas. Traub, who has been visiting
here, will leave on the 19th inst for
the Soldiers' Home in Dayton, O.
The marriage of Mr. Chas. Kraus to
Miss Rose Lingonia will take place on
the 25th inst. at Gretna by Judge Dau
enhauer.
Mrs. H. Gaffney returned Monday
from Long Beach, Miss.
Capt. Reuben B. Hoch of Co. B, Sec
ond Regiment, L S. G., has received
orders to report on the 11th to partici
pate in army manoeuvers at San An
tonio. Capt. Hock is a popular em
ploye of the Southern Pacific Com
pany.
The Southern Pacific employes cele
brated the wedding of their fellow
employe, Mr. Max Hantel, last night.
A parade and the presentation of a
handsome remembrance were the
princ!pal features of celebration.
Mrs. Hearlihey is out again after a
spell of la grippe.
Mrs. H. Birks, of Springfield. Ohio,
is spending a few weeks with her sis
ter, Mrs. Hearlihey.
Miss A. Krogh spent Snuday at Ham
mond, La.
Louis G. Webert, the grand marshal
of the parade of the Young Men's So.
cial and Benevolent Association, who
was not able to attend the banquet of
the organization on account of the ill
ness of his brother, makes this explan
ation to his friends for their informa
tion. He wishes to thank his aides
and the invited guests for the part
they took in the celebration. Fritz
FOR THIS WEEK..
Five pounds granulated sugar for 25
cents in 5-pound pacukages only. d
An assortment of new postals at one
cent. b
Ice cream and soda. h
AUG. SCHABEL, t
THE GROCER, q
Patterson and Olivier Streets. t4
Algerines At Law.",
Civil District Court.
Autheorisatioa of Mrs. Mary E. Il
Boeufn, wMe of Richard Donner, to
mortgage. N. E. Humphrey, attorney.
Authorization of Mrs. Gee. Petersn,
tomortge. Ioglier & Gleuson, at
torneys.
National A. F. Alarm Co. vs. D. J.
Averull, Judgment for plaintiff, $13.
R. Presler vs. his wte, answer. Ju.
Wilkinson, attorney.
Succession of P. Meld, petttion to
homologate inventory.
Bucceusion of Peter Meld, amounts
to $10,206.
Real Estate Transfers.
Geo, Koppel to Algiers Mf. Co., Ltd.,
let Patterson, Morgan, Seguin and N
Bermuda, $1200 euash. O'Connor, o.
try,
Widow John 8torall to Mrs. Louis
Cncullu, lot Webster, Wagner, Diana
and DeArmas, $215 cash. Upton, no
tary.
Louis Kohlmann to Mrs. Louisa M.
Botaud, lot Opelouasr, Ottvier, Verret
-nd Evelina, $1,450 cash. Mahoney,
notary.
Su6urban B. and I. Asn. to L. A.
Yean GOlde, Jr. lee, Elmira, Pelscan
avnue, Belleville and Oen. Meyer
venue, $1,200 mortage. Loomis, Jr., I
not-ary .
The ReBalty Iaveetment Co., Ltd.,
toJer Kawooed, lot Elisa, uony, 4
Powder, avelia ud Opeasl , $1,600 4
terus. Dreytser, uotry.
Land Developmest Co. of Ia., Ltd.,
to Jah Grandmeyer, enoelth of lot
Weebater," , Wagner and Peheis,
ass.5 seek OWee notary. (
Wi. . Uhuag anthon Ca w hdesm
Webert is reported much improved.
The many friends of Mrs. Eloise
Schroder will be pleased to learn that
she I-as recovered from an attack of
asthma.
Mrs. Campbell presented her hus
band with a baby boy.
('has. Spahr has resumed his posi
tion with the Southern Pacific Comn
pauny after an attack of rheumatism.
For Those Who Want Quality and
Not Quantity
OLARI'
Could go on enumerating hundreds
of Table Foods that every day en
ter into consumption that many
well-meaning housekeepers can see
no difference, because they buy by
the label or the eye, and not by
test. So, when any of your friends
tell you Solari is too high, just re
mind them that quality is always
a little higher, because it takes
time, intelligence and care to pro
duce quality, and as Solari's
Is a Strictly Quality House
they cannot be expected to sell
Quality Goods at other than their
regular selling price, as will be
found at all such stores the United
States over.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Li.,
RiYAL All IBEIVILLE STREETS.
One block below Canal Street.
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 sad Player Planos Is
so crowdlng our hease or warerooms
that we are compelled to sacriflee a
number of high-grade used pianos to e
cure the necessary exhibition ace.
Never before have we had such a large
collecMon of such Instruments and pos
sibly ever again will such an oppor
tualty present Itself to buy on such
terms and at such prices.
dJuils Hart Plai es,Ltd,
J. P. IIMMON, Presidet.
i-s- UA, SIir, U mIIL
LEAPED FROM FERRY.
Thomas Monaghan, aged 52 years, a
clerk by occupation, and residing at
No..3509 St. Claude street, attempted
to commit suicide at 11:30 o'clock Prli
day morning by Jumping off the Third
District ferry boat. The crew of the
boat rescued the desperate man and
he was sent to the Charity Hospital
for treatmenL Ill-health and conse
quent despondency caused him to at
tempt to take his life.
lot Nelson, Socrates, Lawrence and
Olivler's prop.
Purchaser to vendor, horse and har
nes, exchange of property. Gautier,
notary.
Mortgages Recorded.
Mary Bostrom sad lDi z ElHabeth
Bostrom to Prank B. Twomey, $101, 1
note, 1 year, 7 per eat, 2 Iota Botmny,
Seguin, Pelican and Delaronde. Drey
fous, notary.
Chris Path to Interstate Trust &
Banking Co, $350, 1 note, 1 year, 8
per cent, lot Bouany, Seguin, Pelican
and Alls. Mehoney, notary.
Charter Piled for Record.
A. T. Weinwright, Ltd., capital stock
$20,000. Sullivan, anotry.
Deouaton.
T. Cross to Mattie Williams, lot and
improvements on De Armas street.
B6eymour, notary.
George W. Randolph vs. Charles V.
Kraft, Dennis J. Wood, Vincent P.
Wood and Charles P. Wood.-Where
"A" died at her domicile in the state
of Missislppl, leaving real estate both
in the parish of Orleans and the par
ish of Jefferson, and her more valu
able property was situated In the par
lah of Orleans., Held, that the court
for the parish of Jefferson is without
jurisdiction over the succession. C.
C. 935, C. P. 929. It is, therefore, or
dered that the judgment below be re
vered, and it is now ordered that the
exception of uo ame of action be
overruled and that this cause be re
maIUded tr further proceedis a
cerdag to law, sad that the costs o
~ al e apa by the apgenIes
NOT ALL WELL
DRESSED MEN ARE
GENTLEMEN.
But Most Gentlemen
Are Well Dressed ! !
HE clothes you wear have a remarkable y
Iinfluence in determining how your fellow
men "size you up." If you wear HOLMES'
CLOTHES you have the assurance that you are
dressed right, that the garments fit you, are styled
correctly and are handsomely tailored.
See our splendid assortment
of MEN'S CLOTHES; what
ever your selection, you can't
make a mistake : : : : :
D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd.
At Renecky Shoe Store
SEE THE LATEST ARRIVALS IN
Misses, Children and Infants Ankle Straps,
one, two, four and nine Straps in Tan, Patent
Leather and White Canvass; Men's styles in
Boy's Shoes, Pat. Lea. Blucher and Oxfords,
Gun Metal Blucher and Oxfords in new toes.
( TO SAVE IS MADE)
Renecky Shoe Store VALETNI'
-- - -- --- - - - - - -- - - - - ---~E
Dinner
Sets
The beautiful sets a
displayed in win
dow this week are I
gfreatly reduced in
price. DON'T
be I aup in the ir aboet your
eyes--Ceomlt STRECK
the Optemtrit. No charge
for good, bhonet advice, ad
F.C.Duvic olyhrpc-er the
m, -V mum. I
'PHONE
"Algiers 48"
Just say
"Screen my cistern"
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.

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