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XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911 N1. 7.
a- -m , -
Mrs. Richard Walsh and
Bal: were isitors to Cov- f4
week to w ittess the gradu
of ('"a 1)11 of St. I
College, of wsii, i .Miss Ru
was a met):'. ft
lette Gast has been spending
at St. Scholast: a College, 1
-.ter Htnmel 1td children. of
left Sunday ftor home af
several ,weeks here, the
t Mrs. Hy. A\Y',s k. little
i e and Hazel .\. ,ork accom
Sand will remain a month
'ariatge of M rs. (;Grco.e George Ii
" p. Walter :ts ,elebrated s]
,June 17th, at (::1 o'clo.k p. S
Iathyette, La., h% Ilev. E-. NI.
aomplaint of Iennis McCar- c
a dog belonging to Joseph
. Elmira avenue and Eliza tl
'l attacked himt. the owner
in the Third Recorder'sy
4% allowing a vicious dog to sl
Mrs. Fred S mith are re
ajgratulations on the arrival tE
girl at their home. st
Mrs. Charles J. ('ieutat and n"
have returned home after a
balt to Dr. and Mrs. J. M. ai
g Mandeville. di
J. Plaskl, of Germany, after at
aome time in Algiers. will
, accompanied by .Miss ct
of St. Bernard, La. V
Ilis left last week for New w
and other northern cit.- c
3. Lott, of No. 162 Delaronde V
ma presented with a pretty m
.puday night by the com- rf
earge of the recent lawn ti
UMelllanville, for which she
*- 1st number of tickets. a
thanks her many friends
essiatanee in that contest. G
workiag faithfully to help
Order of Hibernians to i1
seeess of their picnic at
Park on July 15. Y4
H, Uniform Rank. Wood- 1
World, held their first pub
S'llhursday night in OpA di
along which thorough
number at speeta
to witness the maneuv- di
"Wldler choppers." Cap
was well satisfied with the nM
IMe by his men, and ex
as being confident of M
a good eccount of them- M
.e untest on the Fourth of
's picnic. It was an- m
another drill will be held
of Theo. Himmelrich de
have taken a cot- vi
for two months. s
L Sack and daughters are
time at Biloxi, Miss. In
, Jr., left Mon
ts , ,A. O. H., will give a in
, July 15th, at Sab-. o
sr the benefit of their St'
7 eturned home at. la
lbay in Cleveland, Ohio, of
the meeting of the m
asee board of the In- 2
of the Brother- t
and Columbus M
the meeting. I
Swas married on fo
to Mr. Wille L6eM
ieh of the Holy Name
selth was one of the Pi
SirlEs who received a Li
a degree at the six
1 s tal of the Southern da
at the Tulane The
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Miss C. Machana of Verret street
expects to leave Saturday for a few
weeks' stay at St. James Parish. Lou
Louis Webert left last Monday for
Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Fort
Wayne. Ind. He will also visit Niag
ara Falls and New York.
Miss Florence Kinkaid left Sunday
for a two weeks' stay at Berwick, La.
Ernest Kokemore left Tuesday for
Jos. Healy, Jr., returned Sunday
from Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. Hy. Umbach and family left
Monday for Heartsease Park.
Miss Jeanette French and sister
Irma Lee left yesterday for California.
Miss Irene Brookes left yesterday
for Heartsease Park.
On Thursday, June 22. 1911, at the
Church of the Holy Name of Mary. the
baby girl of Michel Stenger and Ollie
McLean of 504) Atlantic avenue, was
baptized. The name bestowed on the
little one was Barbara Eliza. The
sponsors were L. C. Stenger and K. to.
Mrs. T. V. ('asanovt spent Sunday
at Bay St. Louis, the guest of Mrs.
Selden and Wmn. Talbot are guests of
the bar pilots at Pilot Town.
The many friends of little Eunice
Muntz will be pleased to learn that
she is improving after a spell of sick
Mrs. P. H. Cunningham and daugh
ter isabel, of St. Louis, is visiting her
son. Geo. Cunningham, of Pacific ave
Walter A. Kohn, Robert E. Peterson
and W'alter Lauman will leave Thurs
day, July 6, for Cincinnati, New York
and Niagara Falls.
A collision between automobiles oc- It
curred at the corner of Newton and
Verret streets, Sunday evening, in
which no one was hurt but both ma
chines were damaged slightly. Dr. J.
A. Randall, of the Naval Station, and
Val. Robichaux, of No. 132 North Tele
machus street, were in charge of the
respective autos, in which several par
ties were riding with them.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dugas are spending
a few days at Franklin, La.
McKinley Vezien left Monday for
Galveston to spend several days. le
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kinsinger are 1i
spending the week at Milneburg. E
Mrs. H. D. French and children left
yesterday for Heartsease Park to
spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huckins and T
daughter Zelda were visitors to Ocean
Springs last week. m
Mr. Fad Mrs. Jno. Tuana and chil.
dreit and Mr. and Mrs. Hunn, Sr., re- M
turned from a two weeks' stay at Mil- di
Mrs. J. R. Allen and two daughters,
Mabel and Ethel, left for Bay.St. Louis, st
Miss Shirley Schroth is spending a H
month with her cousin, Miss Irma Bier. CI
horst of Mandeville, La. s
Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Schroth aad grand- tO
daughter, Hilary Blerhorst of Mande- M
ville, are spending a while with their te
son, Geo. Schroth. Be
Frank Lecourt and family are spend- H
ing the summer at Bay St. Louis. J.
Lightning played havoc with the
wires of the Algiers Railway & Light- hi
ing Company Monday afternoon, when
one of the most severe electrical
storms of the season was in progress. th
Starting shortly afternoon, the storm bi
lasted more than an hour. The wires ct
of the company were put out of com- gr
mission. The wires at the corner of isi
Pacific and Slidell avenues were also Ri
Mrs. Joe. Council and daughters, as
Misses Anita, Stella, Sallie and Kitty, hc
will leave on July 3rd with the Elks ye
for Atlantic City. They will also visit
Mammoth Cave and New York and fe
will return by steamer. la
Misses Eula Lee Leonard and Janet
Pearson are the guests of Miss Irene CO
Joseph Richards and son left Sun
day for Berwkk to spend two weeks. la
Thos. Shreeder, one of the valued ca
employes of the Grand Isle railroad, St
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ROYAL ANI IBERVILLE STREETS.
One block below Canal Street.
PRUNES-- the finest ever. In cans,
Best melons (on tce), ., tcents.
16-oz. can milk, 5 cents.
Jelly, 5 cents a pound.
Spare ribs and dill pickles.
Roquefort cheese on ice.
Patterson and Olivier Streets.
left Tuesday to be absent until Sept.
1st. During his vacation he will visit
El Paso, the western coast towns, and
F. O. C. had a fine meeting last
Thursday evening. Will entertain
their young men friends to a water
melon treat to-night.
Mrs. L. C. Daudelin and niece, Miss
Melba Butcher, expect to leave Mon
day for the mountains of North Caro
W. D. Walker gave the boys a fine
supper at his poolroom Tuesday night
in honor of his farewell trip to Ireland.
He will leave about July 10th. Mr.
Choate said he wished him a merry
and happy trip; Sam Grimes told him
to bring a wife back for him, as did
McCormick. Those present: Aug. Pe
terson, Hy. Pujol, J. B. Veazey, Jos.
Beaven, Jno. Spellman. Frank James,
Hy. Haag. Vic Hartman, Sam Grimes,
J. D. McCormack, Eldred Choate.
Mr. Choate's many friends are glad
to see him back at work again after I
his long illness of six months.
Mrs. Margaret McCord celebrated
the seventy-third anniversary of her
birth on June 20, surrounded by her
children, grandchildren and great
grandchildren. Singing, Irish jigs, mu
sic and dancing were the amusements.
Refreshments were served in abund
ance. The evening was most pleas-i
antly spent and all departed for their
homes wishing the old lady many more
years of happy life.
Father Smith, president of the Jef
ferson College, was here on a visit
Arthur Wiegand of St. Stanislaus
College, Bay St. Louls, Miss., is home
on a vacation.
Miss Alva and Master Dwight Sa
lathe left last week to spend their va
cation at their summer home at Bay
St. Louis, Miss.
I)RS. M1IOTON \%,o WiIITMIRE
Practice limited to diseases of
eye. Office: Comnlercial-( er
mania Hank Bldg.. corner Verret
and Patterson Sts. llours: .I to
11:0 )Monday. Wednesday and
Friday. Sunday. 11 a. ni. to 1
New Orleans office: Medical
d1111g. Hours. 12 to I and 2 to
Thir Library will be closed on Tues
day, J.luly 4th.
Rev. Father St. Martin left yester
day on the steamelllr Antilles for New
York: lie will also visit his parents at
Fathers Ott, Bart and Sieler of ltef
fersoni ('ollege. are the guests of the
On Saturday iight, Eldred Choate I
will lush Saim tGrinies around town inI
a hildi's go-cart :Is the result of a wa
gr. The fun will start '-'irner Elmira
a\enue and .\ix street and the route i
will Ie the principal streets of our 1
town. A supper will follow. The wa
ger was basetd on the election)l of the t
tire chief. ('hoate hbttini on the elec
r ion of Lee.
A pretty event of the pIast week was
the Ibirthday party given by Mr. and
M1rs. L. Nicklaus at their residenrce in
Houny street, in honor of their daugh
ter Emelda's tenth birthday. Singing,t.
dancing, recitations and other amuse
ments were enjoyed. Enmelda was the
recipient of many beautiful and useful
presents and proved herself quite an
agreeable little hostess. Refresh
ments were served and a very enjoya
ble time was had.
The following were present: Misses
Eunice Cunningham, Comolite Geipert,
Annie May Gould, Florence McCord,
Agnes McCord, Susie Thorning. Mil
dred Thorning, Katie Spence, Mamie
- Nicklas, Leona Aubert. Hilda Aubert,
t. Emelda Schroder, Emelda Schafer,
it Myrtle Clasen, Icaphean Clasen, Thel
d ma Clasen, Edna, Winnie, Grace, Azella
and Mable Casey. Idela Lauman, Helen
t .James, Carmel and Elsie Oswald, Elia I
n Presler, Irma Oswald; Masters Louis
r- and Roy Nikjaus. Roland .lames, Os- r
wald and Roland Smith. Harold and E
Raymond Oswald, George Thorning,
Henry Lehman, Perry BHak, James
Carter, James Gould. Among the
grown-ups were: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Oswirld, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Oswald, a
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oswald, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, Capt. and Mrs. Niklaus,
Mr. and Mrs. James, Mr. and Mrs.
Presler, Wm. Oswald, C. Carter, J.
Buras. H. Lehman, Capt. and Mrs.
d McCord, August Myers, Capt. Clausen. d
5, PYTHIAN APPOINTMENTS. It
Grand Chancellor Brown of the a
d Knights of Pythlas has made the fol- a
r lowing appointments of prominent Al- I1
giers Pythians to positions in the or- b
d der: R. E. Whitmore of Halcyon s
, Lodge, as district deputy of Crescent It
r Lodge; L. J. Burton of Crescent Lodge, L
..as district deputy of Virginia Lodne; tf
,. A. F. Kaufman of Virginia Lodge, as d
. district deputy of Halcyon ILodge; ti
1. James O. Stewart of Halcyon -Lodge, tl
.as district deputy of Orleans Lodge; y
r George Stewart of Halcyon Lodge, as I
e district deputy of Parakon Lodge, and h
L. J. Peterson of Crescent Lodge and ti
Joseph Hughes of Halcyon Lodge to a
t important committees. Judge Peter I
Olement has been appointed grand tri
bune, and was sworn in at the Khoras- a
SEWERAGE BOARD TO REFUND
On and after Tuesday, June 27, at 9
a. m., the sewerage and water board
will refund all house connection certifi
cates issued to property holders and
others for funds advanced to pay the
cost of making connections from the
sewers to the property line.
Certificates must be presented at
room No. 1 (downstairs) city hall an
nex, between the hours of 9 a. m. and t
4 p. m. It will be well for all holding
these certificates to take notice ac
cordingly and to present their certifi
cates for payment as early as possible.
until Sept. 1st.
I)R. M. DAVIT) IIASP'I,.
Practice limited to disesees of
ear, nose and throat. Ofile.
Commercial-(;ermania Hank BIg.
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours 9 to I1:.3l--Tutesday
Thursday and Saturday y ap
New Orleans Office, Medilal
Bldg. Hours, 12 to 3.
THE MASONIC BANQUET.
Seventy-five Took Part-An Enjoyable
On Saturday night Sts. John l,,ltg
of Masons No. 17, of o ur district cele
Sbr;ated the feast day- of . t. Jothn the
Itaptist withi a banquet a: Toutlhe
e Bros. "( er the Rhine,." at Spali.-h
SI sort. This was tihe ift-: lTrd annual
I t)elebration of thle order and se\.llny
a five of its nietii rs took iart. The
P iieiniters nlet at tlhe ('anal st eet ferry. I
r city side. Where a slecial ,a' was in
. waiting. which conveyed the crowd tol
rl te new resort. The banquet hall was
iic ly decoratedl and tile lguests were
well served by the corps of waiters in
Dluring the serving of thie dessert,
several toasts were drunllk and melll
bers responded to various subjects, the
first being to the President of the
iUnited States of A.\merica. No. 2 on
the program was the (;rand Lodge, F.
& A. M., State of Louisiana, which was
to have been responded to by John S.
Thibaut who was absent. No. ; was
the St. John the Baptist. W'hich was
assined to Rev. Byron Holley, but on a
account of press of business Mr. ol- 191
ley was unable to attend, and C. A. ha
Sutherland was then asked to take an
his place. Mr. Sutherland surprised lec
all those present by the great amount
of knowledge he possessed of St. John gu
the Baptist. His talk was very inter- H.
esting and he told a great many things I)I
not generally known to Masons. No. Va
4 was Widows and Orphans Home and Mc
was responded to by Joseph Hughes. Ha
Mr. Hughes was much applauded for Bo
a the manner in which he handled this A.
subject and the points he brought out
in favor of establishing a home of this
kind. No. 5 was To Our Past Masters, ;.
responded to by E. W. Burgis. Mr.
Burgis is an interesting and elegant
talker and held the attention of his
audience well. He referred to the
number of past masters who had al
ready gone to the unknown Beyond,
and also those who are living, and dur
ing his remarks he drew many exam
ples which had a moral. Mr. Burgis
was followed by A. S. Sperier, who re
sponded to the toast of Antiquity and
History of Masonry. It was very evi
dent that Mr. Sperier had given the
subject much consideration and the
data which he compiled was of great
interest. To Our Widows, Mothers,
Sisters and Daughters, which was as- *3
signed to Judge Clement who was ab
sent, was well handled in a very amus
ing manner by John A. Barrett, who
Sbrought a great deal of levity into the
t subject while, at the same time, look
t ing to the interest of the lady folks.
Louis Acker then responded to the .0
toast. Sts. John Lodge. Mr. Acker
Sduring his remarks read some very in
Steresting history of the Lodge from the
time of its organization, fifty-three
years ago, giving the names of some of
Sits charter members, the work they,
I had done, how the present Masonic
I temple was built, how the funds were
>secured, and other interesting things.S
rHe was greatly applauded.
No. 9 was to Our Honored Dead, to
- which there was no response.
After the regular toasts which had
been on the program, were gone
through, Brother Bush, of the city, ren
dered a song, "Mother Kissed Me in
My Dreams." Mr. Bush has a very
fine tenor voice and the song was much I
appreciated. At the close of the meet
ing he also led in "My Old Kentucky
Home," in which the entire company
joined. C. H. Chandler, of the T. &
P. R. R., made a short address and .
Ralston Green, of the Sewerage and
Water Board, also made an interesting -
talk. Wm. White, who is known to his
fellow friends as "Red" White, sur
prised the crowd by a song witl the
title of "Hash House Gossip." The
song was exceedingly amusing and was
much enjoyed. He also made an im
promptu talk. This closed the list of
speakers and Shade G. Smith, worship
ful master of the lodge, closed the ban
quet after thanking those present for
their attendance and also extending
thanks to those who had prepared
The menu was as follows:
Olives Pickles Radishes
Boiled River Shrimp
Turtle an Medere
Courtbonillon a la St. John
French Fried Potatoes
Soft Shell Crabs
Chicken Saute with French Green Peas
Tomato and Sweet Pepper Salad
Slee Clesa and Cakes
"Screen my cistern"
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
1Miss Gladys Short was surprised by he
a n.imber of friends on Monday. June m
19th. and a most enjoyable time was pi
had. Games of all kinds were played
and many vocal and instrumental se
lections were rendered.
Those present were: Misses G. Hfu
guet. H. Burns, C. Brown, S. Forrest,
H. Sweeney, L. Howe, M. McGuire, E.
Dieterich, M. Lord, V. Bourgeois, R.
Vanderlinden and N. Olsen; Messrs. T. :
Morrison, O. Gaienni.', C. Durand, R.
Harding. W. Durand. R. Hicks, T.
Boyle, R. Dailey. T. Bloun. F. Dillman,
A. Zatarain, W. Hicks and H. Dietrich.
ii Elmira Pleasure Grounds
JAMES FOSTER, Prop.
EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT-MOTION PICTURES, VAU
DEVILLE, DANCING, REFRESHMENTS, MUSIC.
There will be three shows every Sunday Night at 8, 9 and 10
: o'clock P. M.
A GOOD INVESTMENT!
PROPERTY, corner Powder and Eliza*
streets, can be used as a store or
double dwelling. Will sell on easy
terms payable monthly, quarterly, or
semi-annually, title guaranteed. Only a
small amount required to be paid as
cash first payment. For further partic
ulars and information call on
WEST SIDE REALTY CO., 500 Verret.
hP . 507 Patterson Street
o Next to Commercial
(lermeala Back and
.-O Official Watch Inspector
--n- =- M. L. & T. R. R. Company
T. TRANCIIII West End Hotel
Everything in Season Well Cooked
Enjoy ** o our meals on the big allery while yeo we the show ud
hear the eand. Open througheet.
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 showint 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 v,ALL .
WHaaE TIE SUN IS BRIGHT.
Until October Ist my Algiers office
will be located at 2:12 Bermuda street,
hours from 6:30 to 7:30 p. m., or I
may be seen there by appointment.
Phone Algiers 310-I. Irobt. O''ornnor.
Phone Alg. 330 W.
MRS. J. G. DUCHEIN,
Graduate .1idwiice and )bst-er
1124 Brooklyn Ave., AlgiersLa: