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Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
-. Kent and son Augustus and
ILelonard returned Tues
- two weeks' s(; at Mande
spent Sunilay at Baton
Irio has been transferr.d to
petoice as letter carrier.
-, Mrs. R. S. Stearnes re
lay from a three weeks' stay
b·ach will move to the build
doors towards Lavergne
,uebs~d recently from the
ta estate by William H.
wkhh will be remodeled.
risas Dry Dock No. 1 is being
a geral overhauling and re
L 0oebel retur'ted Saturday
estaded trip through Mon
tmi. Louis Lebeuf. who have
the past month in Bos
will go from there to Co
a, to spend the month of
dare they will be the guests
: Mrs. Paul J. Reiss. who
a cottage there for the
gL. ingle and little son Em
aled by Clayton Borne,
to Pointe-a-la-Itache last
ssveral weeks spent here.
Mrs. . C. Kohn of Pointe-a
wee visitors to their parents
., lerie has been spending
withahis son-in-law, Judge
of Pointe-a-la-Hache, La.
MIle Renecky is spending
t yAmite City with relatives
. choen left last Saturday
Wale at Alton, Miss.
atlreann is spending some
priags, the guest of her
Mrs. Chas. Hantel.
bJ George and Marvel
idaing a couple of weeks
Clty, the guests of Miss
McGivney and son Al
a while at Biloxi and
ts Mrs. Ed. Shields
a.d Katie Fitzpatrick
-Mimes Bernadette and
r left Monday for La
awhile with Mr. and
are hunting for a well
thWet known as Oscar
Inato H. Vezien's store,
street near Lavergne,
ad stole three pairs of
N8. He was chased sev
-but escaped.
was a visitor to Cov
w- n to attend the bridge
lMaper Behrman, who did
.tir identity, Saturday
Hall a handsome brass
i tl left for the mayor.
the mayor's name and
I1. Henry Seeger left
for Lafayette,
9.1 nalsde in the future.
la carte.
Schabel will
t Restaurant De
lbs Old Schabel
i now opened
1st my Algiers ofice
33 Bermuda street,
to 7:30 p. m., or I
by appointment.
Robt. O'CoMssor.
t. l t.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Christy and Miss Emma Christy. Mr.
and Mrs. Seegar will conduct a board
ing house there.
Miss Alma Sm,th has returned from
a three weeks' stay with her aunt.
Mrs. C. X. Frederichs.
E. Stanix-Hay and family have re
moved to Houston, where they will
make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Casanova, Jr.,
are spending some time with Mrs. T.
V. Cananova. They will leave for
Panama on August 19.
Mrs. T. V. Casanova, Miss Louise
and Sophie Casanova and F. Cerniglia
went to Bay St. Louis Sunday to at
tend the Casanova-Saucier nuptials,
which took place at the home of the
bride's parents Sunday. at :3 p. m.
Emmet Hotard returned Sunday
from a week's stay at Bay Adam.
Mrs. Thibaud and Master Joseph
Thorning are guests of Mrs. L. Gillen
at Bay Adam.
Mrs. Blakeman and family. Miss
JIazel Labit, and Miss Hazel Senner,
left yesterday to spend a week at the
Sunrise Club House, Milneburg.
Arthur Christy returned Sunday
after spending a week at Galveston,
Mrs. W. Nelson returned home Sun
day after spending two months with
her mother in Gulfport, Miss.
Miss Halcyon Rhodes is summering
at Cuba, Ala., the guest of Mrs. S. J.
Miss Blanche Levy and father left
for Biloxi last Saturday, where Miss
Blanche will spend several weeks as
the guest of her sister, Mrs. iH. Cahn.
Mrs. J. Laskey, 319 Olivier street,
met with a painful accident last week
when, by falling down the steps, she
broke her arm. She was attended by
Dr. A. C. King. She is reported doing
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hebert and
daughter Esther of Delaronde street,
left yesterday for an extended trip
throughout California.
Mrs. J. C. Perault is at Abita
Springs, where she has gone in the
interest of her health.
Mrs. J. D. Richard and daughter.
Miss Rose, left Tuesday for the
mountains in North Carolina, to be
absent several weeks.
The large dock of the New Orleans
Dry Dock and Ship Building Company
is undergoing a thorough overhauling
and some improvements, are being
made. She will be ready for service
in a few days.
We are in receipt of a post card
from Dr. Harry E. Nelson, who is now
at Colorado Springs, where he is en
joying the beautiful climate of that
We are also in receipt of a beauti'
fu' picture post-card from Columbia
River, Ore., from Tom Schroder, who
Is making a tour of the (Western
Mr. and Mrs. Everard of Peach
Orchard, entertained at dinner last
Tuesday a jolly crowd of. Algerines,
who made the trip on the bayou in
Walter Wright's launch, the Laura
W. Those in the party were Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Wright and son, Archie,
Earl and Naomi Senat, and Archie
A Jolly crowd of campers returned
tfrom Milneburg Monday night, where
they enjoyed an outing. The follow
ing made up the party: Mr. and Mrs.
C. Higgins and baby, Mrs. C. Johnson
and family; Mrs. T. Callow, Mrs. J
A. Richard and son Raygtond, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Pollock and family, Mrs. J. J
all white; large, stiff ears; small
lemon brown spot on right eye
and ear; very short, stub tail.
Return to 605 Pelican avenue
and receive a liberal cash re
Schabel's Cafe, ALE"T l1,priter.
Frn Wia..n be, Whis'i Coldest Beer in Town.
Tobacco and Ciar
Desirable Cool ooms for Rest. Sandwiches and
Short Orders at ll hours.
Nos. 509 -511 Patterson Street.
ir t Si" 33"3 t i ·t3
Moving Pictures!
Elmira.Pleasre Grounds
SElia Pleasure Grods bas be converted into a Motion
Picture Show.
inm diksc km. t* Cowerl uIm c..my.
w 64m1 all for 5 cents.
tU-. vuSv v  m.- AA --. UI -vmme .v
leliayvin onr buine-- r.,pltation t 1
dei nd upin the a nin[tol reliabi~lity of (J
,every article w- off"'e. r for 'a.h". w'', hav.' e.
IwI\:i . na ih:l~Z 1 the' ilnp'll Irtanc' of I l
Iluality. Whethell r the ',ommullodity hee oft)
fore'ig.i or domestic prodnltion, ai r f.ir t
rielnire ntI.T ha. alway '.tln the hl;lh.t at
standard of excelle.n.. W, invstlhat' 1
the merit of everythin;z we .sell, hnce p
do not h .itat. toii gularant.e evr pulr-t
dhase mad. at ,ir Mor.: . Imitation
or outerfelts tind noII place in our
We make no attempt to
compete with houses be
selling low grade Ib
goods, often of w
short weight. III
A. M & J, SOLARI, Ltd,
One block below c'anal Street.
Vanderlinden and family, Mr. and 01
MJrs. E. Cayard and family, Mrs. Hart. lº
Mrs. C. Abbott, and the Missis Mamie W
and Valerie Johnson, Eola Abbott, n'
Maud Miller, Alma and Erma Tuft, i1
Clara Richard, Anna and Hilda Hiaase, tC
and Messrs. Elmer and James Mc- U
Closkey, Tom Richardson, and Master V
Leo Richard. o0
Rev. F. V. Sontheimer. S. IM.. has 01
been transferred from Atlanta, Ga., to h
be assistant pastor of the Church of d
the Holy Name of Mary, to take the r
place of Rev. A. St. Martin, who has 1
been transferred to Brunswick, Me. g
Master Harvey McNeely, aged ten a
years, was severely burned about the ('
face Saturday while playing with pow
der. C
Mrs. E. Schroeder is visiting friends r
in Galveston.
J. Mendar of Engine Company 16 1
left for Bay St. Louis to spend his va- E
cation. a
Miss Emma Ramos returned from
Long Beach after spending some time.
Miss Albertine Lecourt left Sunday
for Bay St. Louis to spend a weeki
with the Salthes.
Mrs. Casey of Opelousas avenue
spent yesterday at Bay St. Louis. J
Mrs. Louis Cunningham presented
her husband with a fine baby boy.
Mrs. William Giepert spent yester- p
day at Abita Springs, the ghest of
Mrs. C. J. Mott.
Mrs. C. Garrett and children have
returned home after spending three
weeks in Houston, Tex.
Miss Nora Durgin, who has been ill
for the past few weeks, has entirely
On Sunday, July 30, 1911, the baby
Sboy of Joseph Marchesi and Egatha
Striboti was baptized at the Church
of the Holy Name of Mary. The spon
sors were Frank Chrifese and Mary
Favorlora. The name bestowed on the
Ititle one was Joseph.
Clarence Gisch left Wednesday for
Ocean Springs to join his wife and lit
Stlie daughter, who are summering
Sthere, the guests of Mrs. J. E. Huck
ins. t
Miss Amelia Hantel and Jack Vital
spent Sunday in Abita Springs.
Little Alice Brunssann spent some
Stime at Abita Springs with Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. Charles Hantel and children
are summering at Abita Springs.
George Brunssann Is still confined
to his bed from an injury he received
on July 4, when he was struck in the
side with a pop 'bottle, which was
thrown ia the air out of sport at the1
ball game in which Mr. Brunssann was
participating. Since his injury he was
operated upon three times, but he is
improving rapidly now and expects to
be around again in a few days.
F'iftieenth .\nniiversary of \'irginia
ILodge Observed Iv l' Parale and
Ilanquet of Thr.ee l.odge
With a parade and banquet. \'irginia
Id go No. 1:t6. Knights of Pythias. re'
-brated its tifteenth anniversary in ex
-ellent style Sunday. entertaining the
rinmnbers of Crescent and llalhyon
lodges. Grand Chancellor A. WV. Brown.
andl other notables. Starting at he1r
muda street and Pelican avenlue, they
paraded through the princ.ipal streets
under the guidance of (rand M1arshal
William Owens. assisted by Henry
Mlunsternan, William Cuny. Ilernard
Voegtlin, Williank Spahr and August
Kerstens. as aides. Returning to the
Pythian Hall about , o'clock, the mnem
bers ranged themselves around the
banquet board and enjoyed an elabo
rate spread,. which was interlers sed
with music. Lea .1J. Burton was toast
master, and a number of prominent
nienibers spoke.
(,rand Chancellor Brown, the first
speaker, said. in part: "The principl..
of Pythianism of which I am especially
proud is its unselfishness, for its ob
jects are such as are comnmendable to
everyone. An organization that under-
takes the work that our order does is
one to which any man may well be
proud to belong. Some years ago there
was a Pythian lodge in Gretna, and
now it has disappeared. Why has this
lodge died out? I would be very glad
to have the three Algiers lodges take
up this matter, and see if they can re
vive it. I think it is a reproach, not
only on the Algiers lodges, but on all
of the others in New Orleans that this
has occurred. If I can do nothing else
during my incumbency of office than to
revive that lodge. I shall be very proud.
In conclusion. I want to express my
good wishes toward Virginia ILodge,
and wish it a long and prosperous
Judge Peter Clement, Past Grand
Chancellor B. Mendelson. J. J. Dar
rieux. Rev. W. S. Slack, the rector of
Mount Olivet Episcopal Church; Frank
Henning, L. F. Gisch, F. Querens, Chas.
Brownlee. I)r. Julius Hanflein. P. Ol
sen and A. F. Kaufman also spoke.
Apples, dozen ......Sc. 7 1-2c and 10c
Large pig tongues ...............10c
New spare-ribs..........3 lbs. for 25c
New red beans .......... 2 Ibs. for 15c
Try our extra FANCY CREAMERY
Olivier and Patterson.
In connection with the theft of a Tu
pex chain hoist and coil of manila rope,
valued at $110, from the Naval Station
on Tuesday morning, July 25th, the
Eighth Precinct police arrested the
three Alwart brothers, James, John
and Charles, better known as the 011Oi
ver brothers, who live in McLellan
ville; Phil Hartman, of 3316 Burgundy
street, and Emile Rowyer, of 2618 Ma
rals street, as dangerous and suspi
cious. They appeared before Recorder
Clement Thursday morning, but being
unable to give a satisfactory statement
they were sentenced to $20 or twenty
days. and twenty days additional.
The Alwart brothers are notorious
police characters and though mere
youths, have been mixed up In thefts
on various occasions, for some of
which they served time. It is believed
by the police that they have arrested
the right parties and they hope to find
the stolen property before long. The
hoist and rope were stolen from the
coaling room at the Naval Station.
City Attorney I. D. Moore last week
received a letter'frotn Lelh Carroll of
the Algiers Railway, Light & Power
Company, advising that he had noticed
in the papers that his company had
been notified to extend the Algiers and
Gretna line to McLellanville and to the
Mississippi river, but that his com
pany has never reached an agreement
to extend the line to the river and hi
recent letter accepting notification to
extend the line was meant to apply
only to an extension to McLellanville
City Attorney Moore replied to Mr
Carroll, declaring emphatically thai
the franchise ordinance under whic,
the road is operating requires that the
line must be extended to McLellanville
and to the river, and that the company
must comply with the ordinance. The
city attorney further advises Mr. Car
roll that it his company "has not come
to any agreement as to extending the
line to the river" that sa agreemn
can be arrived at if he will call unpol
the mayor dsacity attorney.
Ar ii  s. LA.. J.uly 17th. 1911.
Edtor His itn:
1)t \xt Sit--ln reading over one of the
Sunday morning issues of the daily pa
pers. I came across an article devoted
to the description of a very noble char
ity that has been organized in our city
teast bank), where the respectable
down and out" or those who are tem
porarily out of employment or funds,
can get a clean, comfortable and safe
place to rest and sleep for ten cents.
or if without even this small suni, ac
commodations will be furnished free:
it is a noble charity and should meet
with aid from all who are in a position
to help. While reading over the arti- G
cle and its description of the many n
poor, weary and footsore wanderers n
who apply to the home for rest, my J
own experience on the %.oal street t
ferry pontoon, especially on the city d
side. occurred to me and I realized that c
f it is not always the tramp that looks d
around without success for a place to '
rest his weary limbs, but we of the ti
more prosperous and comfortable class,
that at times even with money to pay
for it cannot find a place to relax our
muscles, but must stand up or lean
against an iron railing for ten, fifteen E
or twenty minutes waiting for a boat. t
It is of course a short time, but, oh! c
how long to a tired man or woman, to c
say nothing of God's chosen, the little
C children. On the city side there is one
bench capable of holding about seven
persons, and at any time up to twelve
c o'clock at night, from the departure of
the boat until its return, can be seen
Y any number of women and children
seeking all manner of postures, en
deavoring to rest their tired bodies.
You have called attention to this mat
ter on several occasions but as yet the
management has not seen fit to remedy
it. I am not personally acquainted
with the manager of the ferry com
pany but know him by sight, and also
know that he holds some public posi
tion in the city administration, and
judge by his appearance that he is a
gentleman and would not willingly put -
the tired public to an inconvenience, if
n there was not some good reason for it;
e but I cannot see it, as it would not en
e courage loungers to have a sufficient
n number of benches as no one can get
on the pontoon until they have paid
Stheir fare and passed through the
Swheel. Now I have two plans that I
Swish to suggest to you and hope that
you will take the matter up if you
r think either of them are good. First
gof all let a committee of prominent
t citizens call on the ferry manager and
Sin the name of the tired public obtain
his permission to carry out the plan,
1 then open a subscription list by popu
re lar contributions raise a fund to pur
to chase comfortable benches, and I feel
i assured that in a few days enough
d money can be raised to furnish all the
d benches needed. Or we could even
id make a business proposition to the
le management, i. e., purchase a lot of
IC camp stools, donate them to the ferry
company, and let them rent them out
to their patrons at so much a trip. I
feel assured that if we can only over
come the objection of the ferry com
pany and obtain their consent that any
of the above plans will prove a suc
cess. Of course some will refuse to
contribute on the ground that when
'k they have paid their fare they are en
of titled to the proper care and atten
er tion.'but this can be overcome by ex
id plaining to them that the management
Ld must be in the right when they refuse
id of their own accord to place a sufficient
ie number of seats in their waiting rooms
n- or pontoons, which are the cleanest
nt and healthiest places to wait, in this
is age when all laws of health are crying
to aloud for open air accommodations. In
ly the name of the tired public I ask you
le. to take this matter up and after soft
[r. ening the hearts of the ferry people
at and gaining their consent, start the
ch subscription and save our suffering
he women and children from the torture
Ile of standing on tired feet or leaning
sy weaty shoulders up against an iron
he railing waiting for the boat to receive
ir- their exhausted bodies, and transfer
ne them over the river, which seems to
he be the only thing that the management
it is obligated to do.
Wa*r NTear.
"Algiers 48"
About your
Plumbing Work
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
A party, comprising United States
Commissioner of Immigration E. S.
Redfern. William Levy and Inspector
Gore of the School Board: Joseph Len- ze
nox. president of the Algiers Improve- lit
ment Association: Peter S. Lawton and fri
.. .1. Manson. visited th.b section below L(
the Naval Station last week and
decided upon sites to which the ca
Lawton white school and the Lawton W
colored school will be removed, in or- o
der to make room for the immigration th
station. After an inspection of the en- in
tire section it was decided that the
white school would be moved to New
ton and London streets on the Manson of
tract of land and the colored school w
moved to Odeon and DeArmas streets. p(
on the Strueby tract. The Altar
Branch Colored Church also will have
to be moved, but no location was de
cided upon for this, it having been de
cided to let its selection wait until
some time later.
Practice limited to diseases of
eye. Office: Commercial-Ger
mania Bank Bldg., corner Verret
and Patterson Sta. Hours: 9 to
11:30 Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1
p. m.
New Orleans office: Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to 1 and 2 to 5.
Practice limited to diseases of
ear, nose and throat. Ofice,
Commercial-Germania Bank Big.,
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours 9 to 11:30-Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday by ap
New Orleans Ofce. Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5.
S . O Next to Commerced
('termwanl nk and
Trust Company.
-BSeWT h aty
 *,M o Official Watch Inspector
--- J " M. L. & T. R. R. Company
T.TRANCHINI West End Hotel
Everything in Season Well Cooked
- Enjoy oe d our meals b the big gallery while you see the show ad
hoar the bead. Open throughout.
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 tet 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"PATTEe*nd
No doubt many if not all of the citi
zens of Algiers Station A, are de
lighted to see our smiling and genial
friend and life-time citizen. Mr. Louis
Lorio, now serving District 47 as mail
carrier, who succeeds Mr. N. L. Merx,
who for many years faithfully served
our people, .ir. Menx having resigned
the government service to go into bus
iness for himself.
We are satisfied that the selection
of Mr. Lorio by the postoffice officials
will meet with the approval of all good
people of Algiers.
Hart's Great
For a Few Days Only
We need the room and they've
got to go regardless of value.
The daily arrival of our new Spring
Stock of Pianos and Player Pianos Is
so crowding our house or warerooms
that we are compelled to esaertie a
number of high-grade used planos to se
cure the necessary exhibition space.
Never before have we we had such a arge
collection of such Instruments, and pos
sibly never again will such an oppor.
tunity present itself to buy on such
terms sad at such priess.
Julius Hart Plan Hsuse,L,t.
J. P. 81MMONS, Presidet.

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