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XXIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911. N. 5
"n ,,n.. . n im mm-'m nn. . . .•,
. vKraft and Misses Minnie
Goebel took the round trip
jgsmer Impel ial last week.
sIuls Rucher anl Iohn Kappler
y by st.,mship from
grg for Gernlia , to spend four
" visit thei: s!sters and rel
The evening before .Mir. Kap
srwture the 1.,sons surprised
j his home with music and re
S lin Parker has been elect
ts chair of Iliblic·l Literature
College, Durhalm, N. C. This
lat temporarily at least Dr.
will retire from the active pas
dag, like his brother, 1)r. F. S.
d, Vanderbilt U'niversity, will
rlior's chair. l)r. Parker re
ear town at 23" Olivier street,
years, ahen he was pre
-Mer of the New Orleans I)is
Sthe Methodist Church.
ilry Walsh, the bright young
of Mr. and M rs. R. Walsh,
gMo of the fair graduates from
's Academy, Covington,
.Jiue 21. Miss Walsh is a
d the academic class.
1h lees has been appointed
of the uptown vacation
Miss Selina Duvic has been
as iastructor in the vacation
Devir was one of the bright
to graduate from the Rug
.sil Burgau, of 218 Slidell
who has Just recovered from a
of sickness, has gone to
Miss., where she will be
of Mrs. A. A. Mandal for
uy Cahn, of Biloxi, was a
1s Ib ipents, Judge and Mrs.
a, lt week.
A Miller and her two bright
illian and Nathalie,
I., arrived in Algiers Mon
to spend two mbnths at
of Mrs. 8. J. Harding on
Mis hes. Guillot celebrat
amlrusary of their mar
by entertaining their
a isat ride on Bayou Bars
~i luneh J W. B. Those
party were Mr. and Mrs.
Sand Mrs. . Su. therlahd,
Durand and Agnes
C. Durand and E. Pen
A easmsy will leave Satur
to spend a month.
of Florida, is in
Iri . Reiman, of Colon.
the guests of Mrs. Rel
Mrs. Mat. Howe
JUe. J. Braal announce
Week at Grossman & Woinfeld's
: Veritable Garden of Flowers
om which to picJ any wanted
Posey for your Hat
HYACINTHS, colors pink, white, red and 5 DOZ. HYACINTHS, colors old rose, Alice and
nV1lar 1lc value- light blue; regular 35c values- 19c
Ts w .......................C.... Special This week ...................
0SE FOLIAGE, regular 1k 6 DOZ. PICAYUNE ROSES, in pink; regular 35c
W........................5c Special This Week.....................19
colors lavender and yellow; rega
values- 10 2 DOZ. PICAYUNE ROSES, in wreaths with forget
i Week.....................A C me-nets In tea, pink and light blue;
YUNE ROSES, color white only; reg- regular 50c value-Special This Week.. e C
alues- ................ 6 DO. WISTERIA, in light blue, white and old
This Week ..................... rosmee; regular 50c value-
E FOLIAGE, with buds, regular 25c Special This Week........ ..... ......
This Week .....................10c 10 DOZ. PASTEL SHADED ROSES, roses to
ANIUM FOLIAGE; regular 20 bunch; regular 50c value-25
S ee..........10c Special This Week ....................
N This W ER.N. . 0c 8 DOZ. ROSES, in wreath, 10 roses to wreath, in
EN HAIR FERNS; regular 20c all assorted colors; regular 50c values- 25
' is Week.....................10 c srial Ths wee.................... c
UORGET-ME-NOTS, in blue and pink; 6 DOZ. ROSES, with foliage, 3 roses to bunch, in
me values- l c all colors; regular 50c values
This Week ....................1c. Special Ts Week.................. 2 c
Your Chance for an Untrimmed Shape
ed shape we have in the house on sale Friday and Saturday--or
t includes Chips, Milans, Hemps, Halirbraids, Etc., in any de
sirable color. They're all marked at cost--some less than cost.
and a half from Canal street, just far enough away to be out of the
man & Weinfeld Millinery Co.,
partaet--206-20S meui St. rt Dparitmnt 210-M12 Msiuia St
the engagement of their daughter, Eu
nice Ora, to Mr. Henry Anthony
Schultz, the marriage to take place
from their residence, 1021 Pacific ave
nue, on July 12, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Miss May Kline, who has been teach
ing in the Gretna High School for the
le past session, left Saturday morning
p for her home in Los Angeles, Califor
Mrs. Jackley and daughter, Miss
i Anna Bell Jackley, and Mr Bond F.
West, of Dallas, Tex., were the guests
I of Capt. and Mrs. H. J. Thompson at
their home in Abita Springs on last
e- Mrs. Lee G. Lowe, Miss Maude An
derson, and Mr. J. C. Runyon spent
t the week end with Capt. and Mrs. HI.
e J. Thompson at Abita Springs.
is The infant daughter of SMr and Mrs.
r. Frank J. Abbott was baptized Sunday
s evening at, the Methodist Church by
3. Rev. J. W. Booth. The name bestowed
11 on the little one was Earline Brenda.
e- The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Calice
s. Patrolmen Geo. Cassien and Steve
Hasshaw were on the winning team
in the tug-of-war contest at the l'o
g lice Festival Monday, at the Fair
n, Chas. Schubert was thrown from a
a horse Monday at noon aqd seriously
hurt, being rendered unconscious. Dr.
J. R. Adams Is attending him
n Mrs. Walter Himel and children, of
n Baton Rouge, are guests of Mrs. Hy.
Misses Julia Sutherland and Ade
t laide Giblin are among the graduates
. from the Normal School this week.
To-night at Pythian Hall, at the
11 meeting of Orange Grove No. 9, Wood
a men Circle, memorial services will be
o held in honor of their departed mem
e bers. It is the desire of the Grove to
ir have all the relatives and friends of
the deceased members present as
guests of the order. Several prominent
a speakers have been invited to take
' part. This is the first memorial ser
vice ever hel4 by Orange Grove, and
It they expect to continue it in the fu
a, ture. It is the desire of the manage
-. ment to have the affair be a sacred
t meeting, impressive upon those most
n ly affected, and to be an object lesson
as to the purposes of the order. All
members are urged to be present.
r- IIHenry E. Vogt returned to Panama
r Saturday, after ppending several weeks
a The F. O. C. had a rousing good
L meeting last Thursday evening. They
I, will entertain their friends shortly
a with a hay ride.
h Miss Irene Brookes has accepted the
position as physical supervisor for Mt.
r- Olivet Sunday School athletics in the
a Mrs. Thee. Olsen is out o6 town
spending a short vacation with rela
tivea in Olivier, La.
I- Mrs. A. E Hotard is home again
after a short stay in Heartsease Park
e with relatives.
THE ONLY ORIGINAL SPARK
LING FRENCH VICHY-LEMON
ich ADE. FOR SALE FOR THE FIRST TI
the TIME IN THE UNITED STATES
ing AT TI
Made with the French Vichy Wa
ter of the Spring La Francaise. and
ent the juice of fresh Lemons and C
S Oranges. sweetened with pure su
gar. Charged with the natural car
bonic acid gas of the spring.
Irs BorrI.D: AT TIHE SPRINt;
Jay "LA FRA\ NC'AIs :."
by A delicious, healthful beverage,
oted combining the beneficial properties
tda of Vichy Water with the refreshing
qualities of the lemon and orange. -
lice Quarts. $3.00 dozn; pints. $1.853;
SA .M. & J, SOLARI, Ltd. ,
air ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETS, b4
One block below Canal Street. p
'r To The Public.
of On account of the circulative report
Hy. that my daughter Frances Statzkowski A
was married and other reports spread
lde- about town by gossip mongers which
rtes are detrimental to the character of
my daughter, I am compelled to pub
the licly publish the following certificate
od- from Dr. J. E. Landry. I publish this of
b with much humiliation to us both, but re
tot is done n justice of truth. This hi
of only shows how untruthful gossip in
as would destroy the good name of a
ent young girl were it not contradicted by gi
All furnish me evidence of those guilty WI
d I wll criminally prosecute any per- Cl
fu- son who will give circulation to any H
ige. further report affecting my daughter. to
red As a widow I make a special appeal ot
ost- to the friends of my late husband to A]
All furnish me evidence of those guilty
of spreading these reports; so that I
na may have them arrested and make an tH
k example of what should be done with
this class of people.
Md RS. FRANK STATZKOWSKI. fo
hey June 12, 1911. ar
tly To whom It may concern: at
This is to certify that Miss Frances lY
the Statskowski has been under my care
Mt. for the past five or six months and her
condition, or rather illnes, was such M
that could not in any way, manner,
la shape or form, cast any reflection upon
her character. Respectfully,
in J. E. LANDRY, M. D., th
krk Attending Physician to Woman's Dis- na
SUNLIGHT SOAP FOR CITY WA
TER GIVES BETTELt RESULTS
THAN ANY OTHER. 5 CENTS IN
MACKEREL, 2 FOR 15 CENTS.
FANCY HEAD RICE, ,e A PO'NI)D.
HEINZ DILL PICKLES. : FOR Sc.
UNSWEETENED MILK -- LARGE
CANS. 2 FOR 15c;: MAGNOLIA CAN
SOUR PICKLE' IN BULK.
FRESH BOILED IIAM, FANCY
TRY SOME OF OUR COTTAGE
Pattesron and Olivier Streets.
JUDGE SEYMOUR ILL
Judge Wm. H. Seymour. one of our
most highly respected gentlemen over
here, is confined to his home with an
attack of rheumatism. lie ha: not
been able to be at his office during the
past week and it may be a week or ten
das before he will be able to take
charge of his affairs again in the city.
Ilis many friends wish him a speedy
i ALGIERS POLICE FIND WHITE
GIRL WITH TWO NEGROES.
A young girl, traveling with a ne
gro man and a negro woman, and seen
entering the premises of another ne
gro In Algiers, aroused the suspicions
of certain citijens of Algiers, with the
result that the trio were arrested and
held Saturday night at the eighth pre
cinct police station for further exam
According to the story told, the ne
gro man, William Langford, also
known as Cheney; the negress, Della
Cheney, and the white girl, Lillie
Broodwell, aged seventeen, came from
Hammond Saturday night and went
to the residence of Francois Lewis, an
other negro, living at 1023 Verret St.,
Algierp, from which place the arrest
At the s*ation the parties declared
they were in the employ of a Mrs.
Hartwell, in Hammond, who conduct
ed a boarding house. The girl at first
said she came to the city to have her
fortune told. but later became reticent
and refused to talk. While being held
at the station the girl became violent
ly ill, and Dr. Rupp, assistant coroner,
was summoned to prescribe for her.
MEYER AGAIN AFTER ORLEANS
Secretary of the Navy Meyer is plan
nlng another determined campaign for
the abolishment of the New Orleans
He has decided to recommend to
congress the abandonment of all but
four of the navy yards. He realizes
he will meet bitter opposition.
The new plan calls for the develop
ment of the yards at New York, Nor
folk, San Francisco and Puget Sound.
The plan js proposed in reports of
Rear Admiral Wainwright and other
It is extremely doubtful if it will be
approved jwilth the Democrats in con
trol of the house. It is planned to
use the money saved by this economy
in increasing the fleet emciency and
equipping repair ships for making re
pairs at sea.
VACATION SCHOOLS OPENING
Announcement was made Thursday
by Assistant Superintendent Bauer to
the hffect that two vacation schools
will open their doors on Monday, June
19. The work will be conducted large
ly along industrial lines, with special
attention provided for grammar grade
pupils who have been deficient the
past term in one or more studies.
UNITED AFTER MANY YEARS.
Love dating back many years and
bringing memories of the good old
days they used to spend iu the vine
yards of France, was rewarded on
Thursday evening when Paul Vincent
Teilh and Miss Justine Berthaunieu
Lacaze, a strikingly handsome woman,
were united in the bonds of matri
mony by the obliging Judge Thos. F.
Maher, of the Second City Court, Al
The couple first met years ago while
picking grapes in a vineyard in France.
Since that time they have been sep
rated and had not seen one another
antil by chance they mnet some time
ago. Mr. Telh had gone to San Fran
cisco while his sweetheart came to
New Orleans, where she has been liv
ing but' a short time with relatives.
The happy groom arrived from San
Francisco several days ago when he
tImmedately arranged for the mar
IDR. M. DAVID HASPEL,
Practice limited to diseases of
ear, nose and throat. Office.
Commercial-Germania Bank Big.
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours 9 to ll:30-Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday by ap
New Orleans Office. Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5.
Regarding a Pitition,
Algiers. June 10. 1911l
We. the undersigned citizens and
property owners residing near the Na
val Station, who signed the letter
which appeared in the Item this (Sun
day) morning, reflecting upon the at
titude of Mr. Peter lawton in the mat
ter of the locating of the proposed new
school at this place, hereby declare
that subsequent developments in this
matter fully satisfy us that Mr. Law
ton, who originated the petition for
said school and who has worked for
its establishment for the past several
years, does not propose to make any
issue with us which would injure our
interests in any way, since he is him
self a resident of this locality and
largely interested in its welfare. Mr.
Lawton assures us, and we believe
him, from his past efforts in behalf of
this community, that his activities in
the matter thus far, have been with a
sole view of having said school located
in the most desirable spot in the new
district and that his controversy with
Mr. Henning has been largely personal.
Feeling that if the site proposed by
Mr. Henning is not finally accepted by
the city, that at least a better one will
be substituted, we hasten to correct E
the Impression that we are particularly
wedded to said presently proposed site.
What we want is a school commensu
rate with the prospective early needs b
of this locality, situated in its most a
available spot, and we feel certain that 84
the present city administration will d,
see to it that this will be provided, P
as soon as the matter is understood. t(
Signed: Aaron A. Edgecomb, J. P. B
Cazeaux, W. Bourgeois, S. Folse, A. II
Folse, F. Castrogiovanni, Mary Evola, f(
Sam Russo, B. Lacoste, P. H. Meyer, tl
G. A. Wahl, C. D. Martin, Mrs. E. Whe- t,
lan, Biagio C'ruso, T. Belletere, J It
GRAND CHANCELLOR'S VISIT.
One of the most important Pythian P]
meetings was held last Friday night by eV
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., in its q1
Castle Hall. There was a large at- 54
tendance of its members and visiting N
knights from the other subordinate
lodges. The principal event of the day p,
was the oicial visit of Grand Chancel
lor A. W. Brown, which was the first il
since the reception of his new honors,
and as intending to open a series of p
vigorous revivals in the domain. et
To add interest to the session two is
pages, Messrs. J. Pharr and John John- tl
son, were advanced to the rank of es
quire. In the team work Mr. John J. tb
Darrieux was assigned the two open- ol
Ing parts, while Brothers Emanuel, a,
Dr Henefelt and Flemming did the di
closing, with Brother Stewart also par
An incident that caused delight to
the many assembled was the happy al- b
lusilon by all the speakers to A. W. t
Brown, as the head of the Knights of p
Pythias in Loulsiana. In fact, if he
HERALD 5 .... .. p&bJdaCcJ..... cI
is to be judged by his accomplishments th
thus far his administration will be a ti
most successful one. de
Those who made addresses were th
Grand Tribune John J. Darrieux, G. D. se
Emanuel, Charles Morales, Charles lin
Winston, J. G. Prieto, G. K. of R., and
S. Querens, Ben Mendelson, Grand
Chancellor Brown, C. Panter, Joseph
Hughes and Grand Tribune Peter Cle
Chancellor Commander Olsen, who
presided over the meeting, then an
nounced that refreshments had been
provided for the brethren and would
be served to them in the banquet hall,
and with these remarks one of the
most delightful and instructive events
was brought to a close
The grand chancellor will not, while
the hot weather prevalls, hold any of
ficlal sessions, but may in the near fu
ture announce his regular dates. He
has been invited to visit the knights
in Lutcher and Maurepas, the latter
place on the Fourth of July, and has
accepted both offers.
A feature that is ~being urged in con
nection with the proposed revivals is
the conferring of rank honors upon -
candidates, and Mr. Brown has given
hisl personal indorsement to this inno
vation. It lsclaimed that under such
circumstances a better impression will
be made upon the applicant.
WILL MARRY AT BURAS.
Maurilce E. Casey, one of the em
ployes of the Algiers Railway & Light
Co., and a prominent member of sev
eral secret societies, of 418 Diana St.,
will become a Benedict on August 22
at Buras, La., when he will be united
In holy wedlock to Miss Julia U. Bu
ras, of Boothvllle, La. Mr. Casey ex
pects to raide la Agiers
"Screen my cistern"
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
ALGIERS LOTS FOR IMMIGRATION
Expropriation Proceedings to be Di
rected for Mr. Gast's Property.
As Uncle Sam is very anxious to
build his new immigration station, and
as Mr. Cornelius Gast refuses to be
t separated from three acres that are
i desired for this purpose except for a
price that Uncle Sam is not disposed t
to pay, District Attorney Charlton R t
Beattle Tuesday morning brought suit
in the United States Circuit Court be
fore Judge Rufus E. Foster to have t
the value of the land determined by ,
twenty-four unbiased freeholders. This
means that the land will be expropri
The new immigration station was t
provided for by the Act of March 4, 1
1907, and the condemnation or expro
priation of the land necessary for the
r completion of its boundaries was re
I quested in a communication from the
secretary of commerce and labor, Chas.
Nagel, to the attorney general.
The land which it is desired to ex- c
propriate comprises about five ots and
Mr. Beattie declares that it has been a
impossible to acquire the land because
Mr. Gast is demanding an "exorbitant t
price and one greater than the gov- c
ernment of the United States is will. I
ing to pay." In his petition he asks t
that the value of the land be deter, I
mined by twenty-four freeholders, and
this request is complied with by order
of the court. Mr. Gast will be notified,
and the valuation will be fixed In ten
In Mr. Beattie's petition it is stated c
that the land is needed for public t
buildings and other public uses, and
that there are no improvements on the
property at the present time.
This expropriation procedure indi- -
cates that Uncle Sam Intends to push r
the work on the new Immigration sta- e
tion, and that the machinery of the o
department of commerce and labor, a
through the attorney general, has been c
set in motion to accomplish something p
in this direction. t
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SWBERE THE SUN I BRIGHT.
N SCHOOL LOTS PURCHASE IS AP
After a Spirited Discussion in the
Id After a very long and spirited dis
a cussion the police and public buildings
-e committee Thursday made a favorable
a report on the Wainwright ordinance
to purchase three lots with the dons
. tion of three additional lots from the
it Olivier Land Company as a public
e- school site. The lots are located in
re the rear of the Naval Station in the
' square bounded by Newton, Numa, DI- 1
ana and Behrman streets. The price
I- stipulated in the ordtnance is $1,225,
which means a net amount of $1,175
w to the land company. Certificates are -
4, to be issued out of the 1922 budget.
Peter S. Lawton protested vigorous
ly against the favorable report on the
Wainwright ordinance and declared -
that the committee ought to inspect
the lots and that he had made an offer
of some lots almost adjoining the land *
;- company's lots for $275 each, which
Id was much cheaper. Mr. Lawton also
n spoke of other property he had of
ie fered for school sites in Algiers and
It they had not been given the proper
V- consideration. He charged that Frsnk
I- Henning, one of the school board mem
L5 bers, had inspected the land company
r' lots at night and recommended them
d without giving the subject any consid
Mr. Hennlng denied that he had Ia
spected these lots at night and stated
he had given the subject thorough
consideration. He said that Mr. Law- .
C ton had offered property to the city
d and school board for about $15,000. J.
e G. Olivier stated the lots he had do
nated to the city and those he had
I- sold were cheaper than prices he had
h received from others for similar prop
i- erty. Mr. Lawton said the committee
e ought not to pass on this question now
r, and that he knew some facts he de
n clined to state to the committee. He
g protested vigorously against the a'
tion of the committee.