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Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Ride of the River. "A very live and credltable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD. xnx. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1911. N.. ,. PERSONALS AI1 OTHERWISE night of .u1' l:)1:t :here will wedding .el!,ra in and sup f 1thian l l, t.i - coI, t racting ,kg Anthony Pa .iri of Gret Jkephine S1liti of M1,Lellan p. wedding %ill take place at of the Hl,!y a:ne of Mary. ther St. .1win , fficiating. d the young p:'op," are well -td have a h,)' of friends to well. Prepar:ti ons are he to serve sulpper for a hun nce Radovi'l of Ililoxi. yb will later aisit her aunt. SB. Sinclair. left Wednesday , pothville to visit M r. Chris. Cardo and two dauthters left for Pointe-a-la-llache. La.. yT will visit Mrs. Ansardi. a Srs. Carida. glMns Balk left: last Wednes for Pointe-lala-ia he. La. "- adeline Vezien entertained & C.'s last Thursday at a water pty at her residence in Mor Mary Pefferkorn. the daugh r. aad Mrs. Geo. Pefferkorn of Ia, is spending a while and Mrs. Fred Pefferorn. masain horses owned by N. C, Edward Jackson and Jo gtr, were impounded by Pa John Hart on Monday and were preferrt d against the W. G. E. Seelhorst, of the edciact, is back at his post as of the Eighth precinct a l ncation. bus of John E. Harrison, 1203 gst, was looted by a thiel 'Jfrnoon. Among the articles gg a pistol, watch, diamond m excursion ticket. In the b lad to the police Harrisor 1.11 asleep during the after ,when he awoke looked foi Then he missed the othes 'l1 Mrs. Al Flemming of Mc chaperoned a crowd tc p at Bay Adam on Tueedaj week. Those who enjoyed the weov:, Misses L. Flemming Flmmulag, Edna Mary Weath y Walker, FIJrence Murry W. Marry and two sons aewn of Bayou Barataria. SAl. 0so w. J. G. DUCHEIN, Midwife and Obstet ric Nurse, . u u ns I to 2 o'clock. L Ave. Algiers, sECIAL NOTICE. lit my Algiers olce at 232 Bermuda street, 46:3 to 7:30 p. m., or I tbns by appointment. 10,L Robt. O'Connor. Cloee at 1.2:30 on rday Sept. let. F. C. VIC. - --- ----- -----• lm~ . Semi-Annual Statement of the rstate Trust and Banking Company, New Orleans, at l.*ee of busIness. June o0, 111. ASSETS. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock ........................ $ 750,000.00 Discounts ................ $3,539,557.77 Surplus.............00.000.00 SBonds... ........... 2,539,193.18 Profits, less Taxes and Expenses...... 106,032.89 +isime, Furniture and Fixtures 325,000.00 Dividends Unpaid.................... 37,500.00 E. tate owned............. 25,000.00 Deposits ............... ........ 6,542.949.78 mtd and with Banks......... 1,607,731.72 Mortgage on Building, not due......... 200,000.00 $8,036,482.67 $8,036,482.67 OFFICERS Wood, Chairman ot Board. Charle E. Novel, Asst Cashier. DIklnU, President. rMarcus Walker, Ass't Cashier. Vie-s, President. H. Dabezies, Ass't Cashier. Jr., Vice-President. Arthur B. LaCour, Assistant Trust Officer. Vice-President. Claude D. Liebman, Manager Boad Department. Tng, Secretary and Trust Officer. C. A. Wurtele, Manager Commercial Paper Dept. on, As't Secretary. H. F. Owsley, Manager Insurance Department. diuldend rate of this Bank Is ! 1-2 per oeat quarterly. 2 per e*nt Interest paid on Asesunts. 4 per soet Interest paid on Savisgs Aosee nts. Mrs. P. Capdevielle and daughter of MoDonoghville, La., and Miss Ruth Weaver of Gretna, La.. left for Hous ton, Tex., Saturday on a vacation and will be the guests of Mrs. John Theode and Mrs. Row. Miss Alma Smith has been spending the past week at her aunt's, Mrs. C. X. Predricks, near City Park. Mrs. G. H. Carroll and her two daughters, Hughetta and Catherine. left Sunday for Port Eads and other parts to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. McMahon and two children left last Saturday to spend some time at Milneburg. Misses Amelia Aihjo and Lillian Ii bcharn of Gerryville, spent last week in Algiers, the guests of Miss B. Fa bares. Miss Annie Herman was a visitor to Mrs. L. Lala on Thursday last. Mrs. Jeff DeBlanc presented her hus band with a fine baby boy. Miss Florence Kinkaid returned home Friday after a two weeks" stay at Berwick, Ia. Steve Gillen and Sid Whitesides and family left Friday on the boat "New Era" to spend a few weeks at Grand Isle. Mrs. L. Gillen returned last Tues day after a month's stay at Bay Adam. Luke Gillen and Mrs. Steve Gillen and children are spending some time at Bay Adam. f Miss Cecil Borne is spending some time at St. John Baptist, La., and will leave shortly to visit relatives at Ger ryville, La. Mr. and Mrs. Perez and Miss Ollio Gaudet of Jesuits Bend, were visitors i of the Gillen's Camp at Bay Adam on e July 4th. Misses Florence and Mamie Walker e of Amy, La., are the guests of Mrs. T. a Dexter of Verret street. Mrs. Jos. Wheatly and children and Miss E. Dwyer are spending some time 3 at Mllneburg. Mrs. A. Brown and Miss Mary Traut a returned Sunday from a pleasure trip to Galvestot:, Texas. Miss Ida Kahn of Indianapolis, Ind., n arrived in Algiers Monday night and *111 spend three weeks with Miss Mary Simpson. Miss Agnes Matthew of Jackson, Miss., is the guest of relatives here. C. M. Babcock, who recently resign ed as master mechanic at the Texas & Pacific railroad shops at Gouldsboro, will leave Wednesday for Boise City. Iowa. Later he will visit his old farm horie ft Kansas, where be will spend a long vacation. Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock the first wedding ceremony since the re construction of the Trinity Lutheran Church, was performed, the contsact ing parties being Miss Ruby C. Van. derlinden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Vanderlinden, well-known residents here, and Mr. Warren James Mermil. llod, of Clarksdale, Miss., who has many friends in the Fifth District. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr Niermann, the acting pastor of the church, and was witnessed by many reiatives and friends of the couple, Miss Holetta Krogh was bridesmaid and Francis Richardson acted as best man. The young couple left immedi. ately after the ceremony for Memphis 0 Tenn., and on their return will reside , at Clarksdale, Miss. SMrs. Joseph Thorning returned afte, a week's stay at Lafayette, the guesi . of Mrs. Geo. Pefferkorn. Mrs. Thorn ling was accompanied by her daughters Susie and Mildred, and sons Dewe; and George. They have as their guest for a few days little Mary Pefferkorn daughter of Geo. Pefferkorn of Lafay ette. Miss Halloween Thorning has receiv ed her diploma from Soule College having graduated from the commercial course at their last exercises. Geo. Forrest and family are now re sidling in Olivier street. Louis F. Dietrich and daughter Lou ise are spending some time in Gulfport Miss., with his daughter, Mrs. P. P Brooks. One June 26th a merry crowd mei at the home of Miss Henrietta Burns to celebrate her sixteenth birthday The evening was spent in playing mu sic and games. Refreshments were served atnd the young lady reoeived SULARIS WANT YOU TO KNOW Of Some Suummer Delicacies to be Had at Either Store. ENIi I IX IZ. t.rolititi.\lK \ 'I ,ll.l:,i ) V1Iit nIN I. IIr LM 1i11 ,nll riniz. ia p, ul:ir Iilnl t.r Ii fih. .'. t :1 tpl n lli. .\ r,. ip. for ,il ing :Itnil !i.kin i with eIfch h lllwnt i'1. 1 I. ll ' W lli': it 4 i .iu t a. : 1 't pin. ple' im:=agine. .trietly a \wint",r at h .\ a'n of Itnrnhal n & Morril ,l ,rl rtland. \I." I. Seartlhro l tc'ha"n if lint 'hsowder lited and servid makeho proper .wum inr dish. llsn- a threeo-po n tiln. NI'M\II:t TIM%1" IS T""1H: TI\II: T41, EA\T Fill IT. If oinl I t :t ' s. I ht " fr,,,ht fruit. thI n get th it Fr it -rIlir re-t rS ,lot it int W. hav,, ail the diiffrnt v ritit.. Three - ound tin.. etra ality. t)-, and :,. a tin. Heror ain to fruit sele. t I. •4"tlEll ll Ell .1 5i FlA.LKIi 'XINI1.\1' I'I. . ) J. OeLAteIs, i . ET'- -d Thi, partlhn!:ir parking of I'ineappl.h i, put up by i'e itTIE Ti oS. nd irst w ther l ehohst quality. .rit in en . . h.a, . ioz A VIIt\ INIA ltIIE Ihll ilitial, Somile thin, A. th ladies an make andlf Virinia kAtre in . Dietric half izer water, enzh pintr : , . Q rllart.h, l " Haotetle. A, e & J. OLrARI, L d, RGYAL All ISERILLE STREETS. One block below Canal Street. many nice gifts. Those present were: Misses M. Ford, B. Garey, G. Short, C. Brown, A. Mongue, Rosie Vanderlind en, L. Tufts, L. Harding, V. Johnston, E. Abbot. E. Dietrich. 1. Huguet, V. Bourgeois, H. Barincovich, L. Hauer, L. Olsen, J. Forester, N. Cox and SMessrs. O. Galennie, C. Durand, A. Muntz, R. Harding, F. Meyers, A. Hig gins, A. Sperler, W. Durand, Archie Higgins, H. Dietrich. T. Morrison, R. Reaney, M. Dephidys, W. McGary, A. l Kruiger and M. Calhoun. a J. P. Nolan and family have taken up their new residence in Olivier street. Conrad Frisch left yesterday on the steamship Proteus, where he has ac cepted a position. Sts. John Lodge of Masons have closed for the summer months. Regu lar meeting will be resumed on the first Tuesday in October. The Security Brewing Company de sires to employ a good white or col ored woman to care for office. Apply at Brewery. ' The Porzler and Breil families left Saturday for Milneburg. SWim. McGeary left last week for Gal Sveston, Tex., where he will spend his vacation. e Alix McGivney has returned from Galveston, Texas. a The marriage of Miss Louise Rut ledge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. - Rutledge, to Dr. Wells Healy, was r. quietly celebrated at the residence of s the bride's mother on Thursday eve I. ning. July 6, in the presence of rela s tives and close friends. Her only at e tendent was her little niece. Lucill r. Rutledge, who acted as flower girl e Rev. Byron Holley officiated. Dr. and y Mrs. Healy left the same evening for a short trip, and on their return will be d at home at 2714 Constance street. t Mrs. Kennedy, sister of Mrs. George I- Pollock, and her two sons, from Illi T, nois, are visiting Mrs. Geo. Pollock i e Vallette street. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Pollock and r family will leave for Bay Adam Sundaa t for a week's stay at the Security Club I- Mrs. F. Lecourt, Sr., is summering a at Bay St. Louis. Y W. P. Salathe, Jr., Aug. Myers an t Miss Stelia Ramos spent Sunday at * Bay St. Louis. A jolly crowd of girls and boys gavy a watermelon party at the residenc of Mrs. Jeff Gerretts' of Belleville * street. Among the participants were: Misses Albertine Lecourt, Olga Mc Neely, Myra Kelly, Sydonia Aucoin i- Clair Finley, Edna Gerrets, Alma Tufts, Lorena Risher, Daisy Kaiser 1. Hazel Sloan, Alma Gerrets, Irmi t, Tufts, Thelma Marphet, Carrie Wag >. ner, OHve Marlow and Clair Keenan; Masters James Gerrets, Justin Pujol t Edward Tuft, Eugene La Fevre, Ray imond Healey, Godfrey Wardrop an, Floyd Mueller. m. Mrs. (Capt.) Chas. Clason presented e her husband with a bright, bouncini a baby boy. Mr. Slack Surprised, PRESENTED WITH TESTIMONIAL BY HIS BIBLE CLASS, LADIES' GUILD. CONGREGATION AND HIS FRIENDS - RECEIVED A PURSE OF $125. On Mor:iday tight Re v V. S. .,lack upon) his return from (;.,orgia was much surprised by his friends, wh-: about fifty of his parishioners asse.- I bled at the residence of Miss l.otli, I)audelin and from there went in a body to the Sunday-school roonm where Mr. Slack was teaching his lihb'e class. As the. crowd assembled around Mr. Slack and asking as to his healh,. it was %er\ evident from the keen look in his eye that Mr. Slack was rapidly realizing that something out of the ordinary course of church work was "going to happen." and it did, but G(;orge didn't do it." 1; was .1. E. Iluckins who asked that Mr. Slack be conducted to a seat in the center of the crowd and he was then addressed by Mr. Huckins, who first presented himi with the testimonial which was neatly framed, and a leather wallet contain ing the sum of one hundred and twenty five dollars. Mr. Hluckins then addressed Mr. Slack as follows: "A very pleasant occasion is this to me; to be called upfn to add,ess to 1- you a few words in the presence of t, these your assembled friends. '. 'We have met here for the purpose r, of offering our sincere congratulations d on the tenth anniversary of your com L. ing among us as rector of Mount Oli g- vet Church, and at the same time to le give you the assurance of our united. 1. respectful admiration and esteem. "Your devotion to the furtherance of the holy duties of your calling has ,n been observed and is appreciated; ?r your loving and kindly ministration of these, the people of your congrega te tion, has endeared you to them, and c- they are prompted by their inclinations to come to you now and express in re plain words the debt of gratitude which u- they owne you. le "And, sir, we ,would like that you should realize that your teachings, e- both by your example and precepts, fl- have been such that every man and ly woman and child know themselves to have been elevated and made better ft by their association with you; and that you have inspired us all, if possible, to ml- a still higher reverence for the Divine is Master whom you se: ye. "And in behalf of the members of m your Bible Class and of the members of your congregation, and other friends it- I am delegated to present you this A. small offering as a token of their con as tinued love and esteem. Further-we of desire to express the hope that every re. blessing may be your portion in life la- and that you will long continue among it- us as a spiritual guide and counsellor lie and friend.' " rl. That portion of Mr. Huckins' ad ad dress in double quotations was con or tained in the testimonial. be Mr. Slack was more than surprised and visibly affected and it was a pleas ge ing demonstration of his appreciation Ili- and the good-natured crowd applauded in him as he attempted to speak. It is needless to say that Mr. Slack ad finally made a very appropriate talk in ay accepting the good wishes of his many ib. friends and thanking them for the tes g timonial. He assured those present that the entire affair was a complete surprise and that the only thing he did know about it was "a feeling in his bones that something was going to happen." ye Mr. Slack also stated that he regret ce ted very much that his good wife and le children were not present to share this e: pleasure. Ic- Geo. W. Stewart acted as master of in ceremonies. Sidney Vail led in pray na er. er, A committee composed of J. E. Huck na ins, Conrad 'reisch, Clarence Gisch, g'Louis Spitzfaden, Arthur Christy, Au n; gust Brill, Jack Hunter, Henry Fren ol, zel, John Porzler. James O. Stew Ly art, and Lea J. Burton, assisted adby a committee of ladies, com posed of Mrs. J. E. Huckins, Mrs. Ada ed Richards and Miss L. G. Daudelin, had ng charge of the affair. Mr. Slack, who is clerical trustee of the University of the South at Se wanee, Tenn., left for that institution about six weeks ago to attend the an nual commencement of the college and to be present at the meeting of the various committees which have charge of the university. This prevented his receiving the purse on the very date of his tenth anniversary, but no time was lost in making the presentation after his return, and last night's gathering was the result. RESOLD FRANCHISE. Chief Clerk White, of the comptrol ler's office, sold at auction at noon the franchise for a railroad track cover ing Newton from Teche street to Pa cific avenue; Elmira avenue, from Newton to Opelousse, and Opelousas, from Elmira to Pacific. Leigh Carroll, representing the Algiers Street Rail roadc bought it for one-half of 1 per cent of the grosee receipts. The tracks were already built, having been di verted to Sfit the new vidauct, and the sale wavs a trmality. IIti.t M)IOTON ý-, WlIlTM ItMI': P'ractie liniiteld to diseases if S c)t.. t fie ('omnier ir l-( l r S ilani: flank I1,~l.. corner 'Verrr San I P:aterson Sts. tHours: o o II.:t:) Monday. Wedneslday and Friday. Sundlay. 11 a. mn. to 1 Ip m. New Orleans offic-: M.lli,'M Bldg lHours. 12 to 1 andl T, . DIR. M. DAVID tIASPEL, Practice limited to diseases )of ear, nose and throat. Office. Commercial-Germania Bank Big.. corner of Verret and Patterson Streets. Hours 9 to 11::0)-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by ap pointment. New Orleans Office, Medical Bldg Hours. 12 to 5. DOUBLE CELEBRATION. On last Sunday a double birthday celebration was enjoyed at the resi dence of .Mrs. Henry Dihlnan, the oc (casion being the birthday anniversary of Mr. l)ihlmnan and Henry Reininger, Ir.. both of who(n are well known and very popular here. where they have a host of friends. During the evening refreshments were served in abund ance and the jolly crowd enjoyed themselves immensely. Prof. Burns' orchestra of Berlin. being here on a private tour of America and some of whom were friends of Mr. Dihlman and Mr. Reininger. furnished music for the occasion. The following were present: Misses Ruth E. Cucich. Marie Rittenmayer, Margoratta Rittenmay er, Hedwig and Marie Reininger. Josie Fuchs. Olga Rittenmayer and Masters Willie and John Reininger; Messrs. H. Reininger, Fred Mattern, Fred Dihl man, Master Hy. Fuchs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rittenmayer, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mat tern. Mr. and Mrs. H. Fuchs. Mr. and .Mrs. Hy. Dihlman; Messrs. J. M. Schon, F. Spotts, L. Jobush of St. Louis. F. Jobish of Wiggins. Minn., and L. Bucklebaupt of Waterloo. Ill. WILL BE INSTALLED SUNDAY. Rev. A. J. Schliesser of Scranton, Miss., recently called ou Trinity Luth eran Church of Algiers, will be duly installed on Sunday, July 16th, at 3 p. m. Short addresses will be made and the ceremony will be very impressive. Rev. Schliesser relieves Rev. F. Wambsganss, who was called to Port Wayne, Ind. All are invited to attend. SPERIER-HUGO. The marriage of Mr. Arthur Sperier and Mrs. Alice S. Mouchon, widow of Charles Hugo, was quietly solemnized on the fifth of July at the residence of the bride by the Rev. J. P. Quinlus, pastor of Jackson Avenue Evangelical Church. Only relatives of the con tracting parties attended the informal reception after the ceremony ,and Mr. and Mrs. Sperier received, besides most cordial congratulations, a number of handsome presents. Mr. Sperier is a gentleman possessing a wide ac quaintance, and is a scion of one of the colonial families of Louisiana, be ing a direct descendant of Governor Perrier, who ruled over the former province under the French regime. He is also a very prominent member of Sts. John Lodge of Masons. Mrs. Sperier is a charming lady who has won many friends by her amiabil ity and her excellent qualities of heart and mind. Hart's Grekt 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 daily arrival of our new Sprlng Stockt of Pianos sad Player Pianos is so crowding our bors or wareroms that we are compelled to acrilSes a number of blih-grade used pianos to ase cure the neceesary exhblition sapce. Never before have we had such a large coleelon of Isuch instruments, and poe slbly sever algain will such as oppor tnity ree it itself to buy on such terms and at sach prices drll Hart Plate lms,Ltd, J. P. SIMMONS. Predent. 1i3.1 gig SrET, muM NYu 'PHONE "Algiers 48" Just say- "Screen my cistern" We Will Do the Rest J. Bodenger, Pres. Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks. Semi-Annuual Statement of the " COMMERCIAL-GERMANIA TRUST AND SAVINGS - BANK At the Close of Business, June 30. 1911. R:SOI: RE . t I.A.SL1I1.ITIES. :: lo. Ian an4 doInts ......$7. 19¶.4:13:L55 . Bonds. sto'k ...... ........ :l.09).944.461q'al it:l ............ .... $1.1 4))4.t)1.) O ) _" . Ranking hoti.s,e furnitur", trpl ................) fixu'rea. and afety d. I'ndividd, pr ti ........ 41 4, .4: psIr lt vault, .. 46,B73.32 Iividetnd now payablet ... 66t,4o .1)) .. * jCash on hand a~ with )ther divid,,nd+ unpaid ,... l.1.141 4) ,.th.r unks ........... 2.414, S.7I I p it ... ........... t.3'47.1.14 $1 :,402.142.:1' 1 $13,)2,1 421 11 OFFICERS. g Wm. al.ion Smith .................... .................... Pr. Ient I. I. ulton ............................ ....... Vice- Prsid *nt . d B laff r .............................................. V I'r id nt I. 1 . I...htenstein ......................................... Vlre-IPr iI,. nt. SlHart U1. Newman ......................................... Vice-l'rshildint. " 1 ;. Owen Vlincent. 4'asher. E. B. lapice. Supt. of IBranche "t II. A. W lff,. A.ilstant :'arhir. 0Go. J. Stevens. Inp,,tor. " J. W. Iewi., Assistant 4ashielr M. S. Senton. Aiaistant oInpector "i ('. F. Nibergall, Tru',t Or.'i,'r. . Elmira Pleasure Grounds J ii 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. Admission 5 and 15 cts. 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 tmall amount required to be ppid as cash first payment. For further partic ulars and information call on WEST SIDE REALTY CO., 500 Verret. 50Teqattepsed . tree ers tch s. car -. -- C Official Watch Inspector --- M. L.& T. R. R. Company T. TRAlcHIII West End Hotel 'verything in Season Well Cooked Eajoy o of or me o as an the big gallery while you see the show and hear the head. Ops thkroughout. 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 sises--until you get just what you want, because we don't hurry you--we let you take your own time S to decide upon a certain style or sise, 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 VA..LrrkJn WHERE THE SUN IS BRIGHT.