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SDevted to the Upbulldlnl of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. SNEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911. p-. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911. N.. 2. SONALS SOTHERWISE Mrs. Aug la k, of lHelena, me visitilln_- ltrs. Fred Goe s a few day- ~:r \ontgomery, Spat wel:. , ':irning here - Vogt r ": netl Thursday j Schwar/4 ;.1 ;ah plresented with . ii.o' i boy last Mrs. .1er.t ". ,i "':: Verret, lag cono :.,ul at~,IoI s in the f a baby bo') i , <,ir home. 9ise Clark. \%,%, %ai- operated Banitarium :st \Wednesday, alsel7. Fmayab, of tlli ltuda street, is ly after tN, ' lai l up with mi Mrs. Gravo;s. Of Verret St., gaerred th'': residence to street. 't, the sis:e: of NMrs. Dex lret street, \a., iperated on Mrs. Albert ,;uillot are now t Verret anrd .\lix streets, the r property. a~lora Kevlin is spending a peaChatoula, l.a.. the guest Dr. E. J. Ke lin. .j. J. Hart and three daughters, Liszie and Katherine. left ia last VWe'dnesday. Sims, of Bermuda street, s~ eriously ill. " Mrs. T. Guillot, Mrs. Glober Joe Kinkaid spent Friday at a, La. Arnault, of Memphis, spending some time with her Brownle.e and Mrs. Se Mirs. A. Lands and baby and lrs. Zatarain and daughter at Bayou Barataria. Kleinkemper and daughter left Saturday to spend the at Waveland, Miss. Too Wiel and Arthur Her nsa, La. spent Sunday in Algiers. d left Sunday for Ba la. I . Tony Gulliot, of Pacific change residence on May CE-Practical lady demonstrator will be pleas ed to teach any one calling at our store MAY 22 23, the latest art in FLOOR DECORATION. lady can do the work after one lesson. Instruc absolutely FREE and more useful than learning asit ones face. F. C. DUVIC. and a dtH ROSSMAN & WEINFELD'SI Ywe're out o the Canal Street % Jhigh rent district A General Clearance Sale in all Departments ~1 commence to-morrow morning at 8:30 o'clock. The remarkable ecale of reductions made *we stock-taking and the unueually low prices which will prevail will make this Clearance Sale important Millinery Bargain Event of the year. Included in this esle will be: Broken color Sassortment of our very latest Trimmed and Untrimmed Shapes, Plumes, Flowere and any to help work out your hat trimming Ideas. Deserable merchandiee at ONE-THIRD to ONE F reductious, at cost and below cost in order to elect immediate sale. ere Are Two Extra Specialas for Friday and Saturday -set of/ haf-blown rosae with linen $15 Black Willow Plumes $9.98 e and two bads, three roes in each set,. pink, tee, old rose, red, Alice blue, A lucky purchase of juat 50 Black Willow 1, yellow, light blue or cerise; these at . Plumes, rich and gorgeoum , 3 tie, guaranteed Sat ............................................... . tosrrow wsopu they olrecale9t. 98 . regularly at 75c-To-merrew, 25c- tO-more .ow while theyla-t. .c.. . ssman & Weinfeld Millinery Co., Limited. out ., th.e wlhis .edie astr- ~stail Dueart .mt ick sd a ent District o-- "-.- St t 10-12 rax n treet sHt km. Canl. Strut p .... 3 to Verret street. Mrs. J. Creighton Mathewes, who has been absent at various points in MIs sissippi the past week, was entertained during the past week at a beautifully appointed luncheon given by members of the Women's Literary club there. Mrs. Bernard L. Anderson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Thompson, in Abita Springs. The many friends of Mrs. D. Har mon, formerly Miss Maude Weightnin of Mandeville, La., will be pleased to learn of the arrival of a fine little girl at her home. Wm. Wolverton, who was injured last week at Johnson Iron Works by falling against the cross beam of a boat, is fully recovered again. The marriage of Miss Mary V. Jaun dot to Winm. G. Blackwell was celebrat ed last Thursday at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. J. Jaundot, 2107 Dauphine street, by Rev. W. S. Slack. The attendants were Miss Hazel Sen ner and Robert Blackwell. The young couple left'the same day for Mobile and the Gulf Coast for their honey moon. They are at home to their friends at 2513 Cleveland avenue. Mrs. F. J. Harte and children left last week for Philadelphia to join Chief Carpenter Hart of the U. S. N. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spahr. of Slidell avenue, gave a pleasure ride to some of their friends last Thursday on Bayou Barataria. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Entwis tle, Mr. and Mrs. H. Keogh, R. Spahr, C. Spahr, Jr., William Hughes, J. Sie ward and others. Mrs. E. Gallagher and daughters, Misses Maggie and Mary Ellen, left on Tuesday morning for Ocean Springs, to spend the summer. The many friends of Dr. A. J. Babin sympathize with him in the death of his father, Capt. U. J. Babin, of White Castle, La. Rev. Fred Wambsganns returned Sunday morning from St. Louis. Miss Marie Daigle has returned to her home in Knoxville after spending two weeks here. Frank Martinez, a baker, sustained a severe shock early Sunday morning when the fuse of an electric light which he was holding blew out at his baker shop, 417 Elmira Ave. He was knocked senseless, but recovered siort ly afterward. Dr. A. J. Babin at tended him. S OLARI' Tlhe .Soltltern Mlomte of Foreign and lionestIt Table Delicacies, Fine Oroceries, Confections, Health Foods, Wines, Staple Groceries, Cigars, Novel ties, Specialties, Liquors, Mi Fav orita Cigars. WE IVITI.: Inslpeetlln of our Large tocks an-i d lRrc uni le I'r'ie' P s., rand N-olieit Inquiri, asI to, what we c'an do for Thnos" rho lire out of the f'it., in locations that lak fatili tles o'f fllrnlh the forwtye! and Quhlulu! of Foo.d RIquircd. TWO s~O)itRS--.Main l1,iue: Royal anti Iberville Streets. THE O'rlEll STREI:: St. I'harles and ouAtialana Avenues. Whenever yur or ornlillg efee, isn't jlust iight. or the demil-tasse detle. not .i'i : ithe ,di.,atlin, it' time to make a change. ,Let the. change Iw S,1i..\IALI E:! ITi-'E: IRiANI t iltY L. III,IENli t"lF I'F'F.. I'Pakeel in Ilandus..:ln . Iliygien!c Self -ealing tLans-only one size. I pound :315'. A. M. & J, SOLARI, Ltd. ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS. One block below Canal Street. Hon. Jno. A. Barrett is spending a week at Ocean Springs, Miss. Jno. Mangiaracina of Melville, La., is in Algiers, having been called here to attend the funeral of his grand mother, Mrs. P. Lulzza Henry A. Kevlin, accompanied by Dr. Schneider of Philadelphia, is spending two weeks with Mrs. A. Kev lin. They will leave aSturday on the steamer Creole for New York. Sidney Grillot is spending a few days with relatives here. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Syd. Schlumbrecht of 631 Atlantic avenue, was 'baptized Sunday at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary by Rev. Father St. Martin. The name bestow ed on the little one was Thomas Sid aey. The dponsors 'were Thomas Kennair and Emma Pitch. Julian King, travelling representa tive for the Electric Appliance Co., has been compelled to leave the road for a short time on account of illness, which he contracted while in Missis sippi. Mr. King is now at the Pres byterian Hospital, where his broth ers, Dr. A. C. King and Dr. Edward King, are connected. Miss Clara Tons, who was oper ated on at the Presbyterian Hospital, recently, has returned home and is fast recovering. Orange Grove :No. 9, Woodmen Cir cle, will hold their first memorial ser vice on the third Thursday in June. All members are requested to be present. The Woman's Home Mission Society was entertained Tuesday evening by Miss Ethel Rhodes. Miss Zuleme Bostick left last Fri day for Houston, Tex., to spend a few days. Miss Ruby Jackson, of Ruston, La., is the guest of Mrs. A. ('. King. Andres Abascal left Saturday for New York by rail and I.,ft Tuesday for an extended trip through Europe. Mrs. W. L. Barbour and little daugh ter Lauraine, have returned from Vicksburg, Miss.. Dr. A. J. Babin and Jos. lDuffy went to Whitecastle to attend the funeral of Capt. U. Babin. Thos. Prior is home spending a few days with his family. Mrs. H. Renecky returned Saturday from Amite City. Mrs. W. J. Nelson and son expect to leave Sunday for Gulfport, Miss. Mr. J. D. Smullen, who fell and broke his leg at the corner of Canal and Magazine streets in April. is up and doing nicely. He experts to be out in three weeks. Mrs. Sarah A. Martin. a former res iden tof Algiers, died at her home at Bridgeport, Conn., on Sunday, May 21, at 7 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Martin was the wife of Robert Martin, and had made her home in Algiers up to about four teen years ago. She was a devout Catholic and lived an exemplary life. Her many friends in Algiers will learn the sad news with keen regret. The funeral took place Wednesday. Misses Lynch, Saunders and Hart were the guests of Miss Grace Vallette last Sunday. Capt. C. P. Maxson and Dr. L. Allyn, of Mystic, Conn., were the guests of Mrs. J. Laskey and fa:nily last week. Mrs. I. Kevlin is spending some time in Ponchatoula with her son, Dr. Ed ward Kevlin. A crowd of young folks spent a most enjoyable day on the Lower Coast last Sunday. The crowd was composed of Misses Minnie Lee Curren, Emily and Annie Curren. May Frazer. C. Cabrel, Mary McGovern, Nennette and Eleo nore Fabares, Estelle McMahon, Ber tha LeBlanc and R. Balk. Messrs. J. D. McGovern, C. Anderson, T. Entwis tie, G. and H. Frazer, A. Fabares, M. LeBlanc, and A. McGovern. Mrs. R. Fabares chaperoned the crowd. The auxiliary to the St. Vincent de Paul Society will give a lawn party on Saturday, June 10, at Manson's Hall, McLellanville, below the Naval Station. The affair is to be given for the benefit of the poor of the parish and will undoubtedl be well patron ized. The price of admission will be fifteen cents. Transportation will be furnished from the car line. W. P. Salathe left last Wednesda for Bay St. Louis. Henry Heitmeler left last week to spend the summer at Bay St. Louis.. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Kief, 444 Pacific avenue, a fine boy arrived yesterday. W. B. King left yesterday for a stay at Fordoche, La. SOFT SHELL CRABS. Jack Scherer, the popular saloon man of 513 Patterson street, desires to announce to his friends and pat rons that -he now has on hand fine soft-shell cra' sandwiches every day. Try one and be convinced of their ex cellent quality. Shoe 'Women 3.00 Fashion and style do not always make for beauty but Fashion--Style--Beauty 350 are oil embodied in PATRICIANS. The foot does not change with each S changing style, but the appearcnce can be changed to a startling degree, can 0 be made to look graceful and shapely by Patrician Shoes because they are 4.00 fahioned on correct stylish lines. D. H. HOLMES COMPANY, Limited. BARGAINS. Just received a line of cheap cruck ry. Cups and Saucers, Sc. Soup and flat plates, 5c. Glasses, 25c a dozen. Thin blown glasses, 5c. Also a fresh lot of fine new spareribs, Oc a pound. AUG. SCHABEL, Patterson and Olivier Streets. LETTER LIST. Nnclaimed letters remaining at post frilce, Station A, New Orleans, La., week ending May 25, 1911: Gentlemen - C. Atlanasia. John 3rownsten, James Brough. Rev. J. H. -ays, W. M. Johnson. Ladies-Mrs. Clara Bugg, Mrs. Dan el Collins, Mrs. Claes Williams. W. J. BEHAN, P. M. r. W. DANIELS, Supt. Sta. A. SAVE THE COUPONS Why You Like to Get Your Shoes at Our Store Because we make you feel that we want to please and satisfy you thoroughly, because we don't grumble at showing you any number of styles and sizes--until you get just what you want, because we don't hurry you--we let you take your own time to decide upon a certain style or size, because we act cheer fully about it--and help you in every possible way, that's why our customers stick to us year in and year out. Renecky Shoe Store "VPATTERSON WHERE THE SUN IS BRIGHT. THE NEW CROSS. Jack Hamilton, the steeple climber, who has just completed the work of in stalling a high cross on the steeple of he Church of the Holy Name of Mary n place of the old cross which was troken during a recent storm, is one >f the most daring men in this line of business. He has never found a place too high or hazardous and accepts all challenges when it comes to going high. The new cross just erected was man ufactured in the city by App. It is made of copper and has the following dimensions: Height, It) feet; width, 4 feet.