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"l.-- the Upllding of the West ide of the River. "A very I've and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD. XIX.W ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911.3 !! .. -- . . .. . . N q,., .) PERSONALS 0D OTHERWISE r/ Mrs. A. E liotard left yes - r Heartseased Park for the - Irs. Fred Pefferkorn spent at Lafayette the past week, home yesterday. I1 Mrs. Geo. P. Harris and Miss Angie. who have been la Ga lestoip for several Ogect to return her Sunday Mio up their residence here . hayer left here Saturday Ohio, to spend the sum Mrs. Aug. Fack, who have lo for the past month, left or- Los Angeles. Cal. SGOlbbs and her nephew, A. of Mandeville, have been ir sister, Mrs. J. M1. Henry. J ,Crnvin has been visiting her Mrs. Henry S. Morales in y for the Prevention of to Animals calls attention to of watering troughs for a of animals during the sum and Olivier streets. c and Teche streets. n -,lmby and family of Delar- p left Monday for Milne the week. lla and baby spent Sunday La. Jos. Folse, of Truck No. 6, Ms vacation at Covington, pat week to attend the P 's Convention. Hle re- ft of Baton Rouge, La., is ii Mrs. L Kinkaid. Ksappler left yesterday for O y. w Ouillot left Saturday for phis, Tenn. ' iday George Salvato gave 1iu iMs to some of his friends launch, the Contessa. o left early in the morn- o themselves immense large quantities of fish of the hospitality of the Ware plenty of good things bi were thoroughly enjoyed. V the wharf, the regular H ,sti were formally comrn Afllows: James Tom- W ; W. B. Shepard, pilot; w euaineer; James Torres, tl and Tom Labellove, ai ,~rvu y Cook, E. M. Choate fr in charge of the cul- m will shortly take a to me his relatives, llI t seen In the past to to be away about Cl furinag his stay Henry wi -harge of his place of gr he Iofir departure to Hele- frl 4 Les Angeles and So- th r riday Special Sunny Weather Hats As warmer and warmer grew the daye-hotter and hotter the sun's rays more and more you have need for the sunny weather hat-for outings, for ~ Ight Brim New Style Sallor, trimmed street wear-Sunday or any oeaselon. .ad, ib Black and White, Regular Value at i. Oute for Friday as . 75 WE HAVE PURCHASED 100 DOZEN WHITE MILANS THAT YOU *.... ...... ......".. ...." WOULD PAY SS.W EACH ANY OTHER PLACE. OUR PRICE THIS WEEK ................................................. 98 We have many shapes Inoleded in this wide assortment. NONE SENT C. O. D. AND ONLY ONE TO A CUSTOMER. We are situated a blok and a half from Canal street-out of the high rent dhtrit. "THE CONSPICUOUS STORE ON MAGAZINE" Grossman - Weinfeld WM Yillinery Co., Ltd. Mi e.ah MW 5 TI.W ARETAIL PT. W HOLESALE DhPT SIag as t~,hy rrMI ManniN . !WO-t OEng . =,.-. " ..... 11112 1. Z - attle, a Jolly crowd had as taeir guests on the steamer Camelia, Mr. and Mrs. --ugust Pack. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. August Fack. Mr. and Mrs. F. Goebel, Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Miss Mary Kraft, Lillian Eng ler. Louise Richards. Minnie Goebel. Alma Goebel, Messrs. Albert Goebel, B- Archie Murray, Reuben Tansey, Louis Ge Goebel. Mrs. W. A. Nelson left Sunday to spend the week at Morgan City, La. , Mrs. Warren has returned from St. Louis, Mo. n Mrs. E. J. Mothe and children left LI Saturday for ..ew York. • Misses Ruby Jackson and Louise Da e vls, who have been guests of Mrs. A. C. King. will leave to-morrow for Rus t. dn La. J. P. Nolan and family have taken possession of their new home in Oli e vier street. t Dr. A. C. King is attending a med leal convention at b...eveport, La. The regular meeting of the Belle ville Alumnae will be held on Friday.. June 2. Members are urgently re r uested to attend, as the annual recep tion is the special subject for discus sion. Mrs. W. J. Nelson and baby are r spending the summer at Gulfport. Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cir cle, will hold their regular meeting to night. All members are urged to be present. Miss Mittie Tanner returned to her home in Bunkle on Monday, after a few days stay as the guest of Rev. and a Mrs. W. S. Slack. His friends will rejoice to know that Prof. John B. Follett has recovered from a recent sick spell at his home in T Robert street. He returned to his work v in the Boys' High School on Monday. Members of Division No. 9, Ancient Order of Hibernians. Sunday morning went to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, t] where they received holy communion at a special service held for the bene fit of the Hibernian organizations. Rev. H. M. Murtaugh, C. M., state chaplain, P officiated. The Algiers delegation was one of the strongest represented at the service. Arrangements for the lawn party to g be given by the auxiliary to the St. p Vincent de Paul Society at Manson's p Hall below the Naval Station, are pro- s, greasing rapidly. The affair, which r: will take place on Saturday, June 10, C will be for the benefit of the poor of A the parish. There will be good music s and transportation will be furnished at from the car line. As the cause is a is most worthy one, it deserves the pat- ft ronage of all our people. Saturday night at Pythian Hall, an L Illustrated lecture and entertainment & for the benefit of Mt. Olivet Episcopal 0 Church will take place. The program H will start at 8 o'clock. A splendid pro. al gram has been arranged with both Si home and outside talent assisting. Re. I freshments will be served. Please note Fr tht the tickets, though dated for the in AL Its It Is a elilgifafl Table Water re In accordance. with the policy of our house "To get the Iet we can . for our customers." g 1. , OLARI it. Hlave secured the Agency of the " Celebrated Robinson Spring Water .- The Water so celebrated for llThe Prnmlies and Cur oif Indigipsies ItOItINSON SPI'RIN(; WATEIlt l- cures Indigestion. and has curi-d and is good for Brighlt'as lIseae. laabetes. Rheumatism. Iall Stones and Bladder and Stoma.ch Trou bles. Five (15 gallon carlor. $:t.o00 $1.00 llowance for return of e- empty. Four (4) gallon cases. $2t.7. a Y. case: $1.00( allowan`ce for return of empties. A., M & J, SOLARI, Ltd. ROYAL All IRERVILLE STREETS. One block below Canal Street. 2nd, will hold good for the 3rd. as the entertainment will be on the 3rd. r Mrs. A. E. Hot.-rd, Sr.. and Mrs. A. a Stenhouse left Wednesday morning for d a stay in Heartsease Park. Thomas Richardson spent Sunday at t Morgan City. La. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin and son Dan have returned after a three weeks' k visit to various cities in the North. On Friday night, at her residence, Mrs. J. C. Mathewes will entertain the precinct leaders who assisted in the collections that were made recently in the interest of the Anti-Tuberculosis League. Miss Gordon will be present. A most enjoyable evening is antici pated. During the course of the even ing delicious refreshments will be served. On Sunday evening, June 11, the Jefferson Guards will entertain at a grand military picnic at Suburban Park, McDonoghville. The evening's programme will Include dancing, vita scope, monkey drilling, fancy and rough riding by the First Troop of Cavalry, battalion drill by companies A, B, C and D, of the First Battalion, Second Regiment Infantry, L N. G., and other amusements. The follow ing committee has charge of the af fair: Lieutenant P. G. Miller, chair man; Captain R. B. Hock, ex-officlo; Lieutenant C. M. Rapp, Quartermaster Sergeant H. J. Fleddermann, Sergeant S0. A. Hourguettes, Sergeant John Hughes, Sergeant Frank Hall, Corpor al J. F. Pleddermann, Corporal Fred Stephens, Privates W. A. Bloom, Joe. Libert, am Mitchell, A. Christina, J. Farantelli, Chas. Gallo and P. Lor ino. Cheap and Good. FANCY SWEET PICKLED SHOUL DER. FANCY RAW AND BnILED HAM. FANCY SUGAR CURED SHO',L DER. FANCY SPARERIBS (the good kind.) GRANULATED SUGAR. 5 LBS. FOR 25 CENTS. ICE CREAM AND ,_,,-A. AUG. SCHABEL, Patterson and Olivier Streets SOFT SHELL CRABS. Jack Scherer, the popular saloon man of 513 Pattersorn street, desires to announce to his friends and pat rons that he now has on hand fine soft-shell crab sandwiches every day. Try one and be convinced of their ex cellent quality. NOTICE. Persons desiring to go to West End or Spanish Port can purchase tickets from the Car Dispatcher at Canal and Wells streets, and transfer to and from the Rampart street terminal for the same fare. NEW ORLEANS RAILWAY AND LIGHT COMPANY. > panishFori This Historic and Celebrated Lake Resort is now Open To The Public The Company offers to its patrons a Symphony (orchestra with repertoire of choicest selections of classital and popular music, un der direction of Professor Hlenriques de la Fuente, late of the French Opera. Hitgh-class Vaudeville furnished through the Western Vaude vllle Managers' Association, under the direction of Mr. Jules F. Bistes. The latest selections of Moving Pictures. Unexcelled Electric Train Service on Short Schedule. New Orleans Railway & Light Company / IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIllý IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Smll' IIIl DR. M. DAVID HASPEL, Practice limited to diseases of ear, nose and throat. Office, Commercial-Germania Bank Big., corner of Verret and Patterson Streets. Hours 9 to 11:30-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by ap pointment. New Orleans Oice, Medical Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5. "ECONOMY" SKiRTS MADE to your measure--guaranteed to fit- what more can we say to influence you to buy your skirts from us? Our prices are o no more than the ordinary skirt on which you "take a chance" every time as to getting cor rect fit. We let you select the goods you wish, take your measure and fit the skirt to your particular form and it must please--just ,, like you want it to fit. We show here two Made To Measure. o of the season's newest models. If you let us 5.50 make you up just one skirt you will always " 5.50 . wear "Economy Skirts" hereafter. 5.00 "1.1 3.50 . ,. . ... ........ 35 Made To Measu;-. ...........0 Economy Skirt Co .n ...n 3.50 No. 1620 Dryades Street. sit. lb S Si \ £e Em A A1 I 0 " I I I I I HAMETH N W P HIALF-DAY SCHiOOL DI iIN(G WAlRM TERM. Superintendent ;Gwinn of the public schools has issued a circular to the principals of the public schools noti fying them that "owing to the abnor 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 PATT.o WHERE TBB SUN IS BRIGHT. Iral heat iconditions prevailing at pres ent. schools will be closed at 12 o'clock for the remainder of ithe session. com mencing to-day." Stiperinltenrdent ('winn also suggests that the phisical educa tion peiriod and the period for literary exercises be omitted, anrd that the time given to each subject continured be reduced 401 per cent to enabile the programnllle to be completed by noon.