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D 0 t Id to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, _1911. N ? __ .... -- .- . . .Hi In m i iI I i I SONALS ' p OTHERWISE timo has bt .....: arded the -lthe erect1 .i an engine pr Ibervill . \'lxander Asdrew W'orI.: summer O.- Chas. ':''' family at Ls. lot and ' t' '.hildren, of Irg street, nd Miss Julia . guests of :htir aunt and oJ Mrs. J. I ,faIu of Ans " tey will Irt''i :: ia month. si-nate and1 r; wily are hsabalance of ;I,, uminer at J. Rooney anrd wife left * the steaml r Proteus for ~td Canada. T'Iry will be a eeks. Esalag and . .' eft Satur l York to spetnd -,rne time. ler returi ne' Saturday saded toml :Irough the *a Southwbsr, ,, the inter ,S'seon Iron Wo\\'rks. -pe t O'Connor ,,ntertain of jurists. a(':,irneys and dinnaaer at ('ieotat's Creole at the c're scent . City , Saturday afternoon. as"cislon of the feast thej the Chalnlmtte slip and ipgur Retiner: s plant. besides St naror O'Con tice W. B. Somerville of court, .Judge John St. court of appeals, Judges and H. Porter Parker of court, Attorneys Ar --d L. Fred Landry and and William F. Roy. .teritl/on left Tuesday for - rk to join his wife and who are spending a Ye guests of lion. A. E. S&lly. anlsey is spending some jeria with friends. Sbin left Sunday night Mrs. Jno. Hoffstetter for to Concinnati. seeger presented her a !se baby girl on Sun . and son John Saadeville, Mrs. Stats the same day, while a week. T. V. Casanova, Jr., im Bay St. Louis, to be .. b aucier. sad family have s ColiseWn near yegns has start on the eorner' of rsetarsd from New 5 weeks' stay. m d Ernest Kokemre and Thursday at Mllneburg. and Wallace Chris Senday night from is spending Mexico. Al Hammond, La., is t Krogh of Verret left Monday for an Minnesota. presented her huns et twin boys on Mon . Coffman of Cleve ORDERS CRABS, , ETC. AT ALL .k oarte. Schabel will taurant De tIh Old Schabel i now opened NOTICLE. Smy Algiers omoe l Bermuda street, ti 7:20 p. m, or I by appointment. Robt. O'Coosor. e t.st. C. 'C. land avenue left on Tuesday for a month's stay with friends and relatives in the central part of Ohio. They will also visit Pittsburg, Pa., before re turning to the city. Misses Emma and Katie Rhodes spent the week-end at Mississippi City, the guests of Miss Lucille Mauf fry. Mrs. Gus Weber and baby returned Friday from Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Jos. Reaney will leave to-day for Galveston, Tex. Mrs. Geo. Thoele and sister, Miss Bessie Vezien, left yesterday to visit their brother, Andrew Vezien. Mrs. H. Renecky spent Sunday at Amite City. Miss Hattie Talbot has been spend ing some time at Ocean Springs with her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Huckins. Mrs. Geo. Hildebrand and son Al fred left Friday night for Houston. Tex. The F. O. C.'s will entertain their friends at a hayride to West End Sat urday night. Nich. Koenig is convalescing after a, .serious spell of sickness. Mrs. Geo. Koppel and little daugh ter Louise returned Saturday from Galveston. Mrs. P. Capdevielle has returned from a visit to various points in Texas. The many friends of Miss Hazel Monroe are glad to hear that she has recovered from an attack of typhoid; " fever. Willie A. Whitmore is spending the week at Clermont Harbor. Jas. A. Talbot has been raised from third assistant to second assistant en gineer on ocean steamers. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kent have the sympathy of their friends in the loss of their little son August, :"hose death occurred last Sunday morning. The funeral took place Monday afternoon$ from the parents' residence, 711 Eve lina street. E. J. Mothe and family, Thomas Buchholz and family, and Chas. Cor bett and family spent the past week at the Royal Club, Milneburg. Mrs. Geo. Bertrand and Mrs. Frank Mayo have rented a house at Mande ville for the summer. Ethel, Marion and Master Benjamin Worth have gone with them for the summer. Geo. Bertrand leaves Monday for Mandeville, La. Miss Sadie Vezlen and her sister. Mrs. George Thoele, left on the steam ship Creole for New York. Prom there they go to Brewster, N. Y., to visit their brother, Andrew Vezlen. Rev. E. A. Rennie was a visitor at the rectory on Monday. Misses Llllian McNeely and Flor ence Lecourt left yesterday for Biloxi apend their vacation. Miss Ethel Allen left yesterday for Bay St. Louis. Fred Lecourt left yesterday for Bay St. Louis to spend a few days. Mrs. Capt. Niklaus and children re turned from Biloxi after a month's stay. Bob Casey returned from Bay St. Louis, Miss. Miss Lee McClean has returned from Bay St. Louis, Miss., after a short stay. Mrs. Morrison and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skelly, Mrs. Jno. McNeely and children, and Mrs. (eo. Palmer I and sons ate spending a week at the Royal Pleasure Club, Milneburg. Thee. Hotard has returned from Bos ton, where he has been attending the Boston School of Technology. He is visiting his parents at Heartsease Park. Mrs. Win. Olepert, Jr., and Mrs. L. Neatus and son Edward were the guests of Mrs. O. Blgler, Sunday, at LosT FOX TERRIER DOG-4ody all white; large, stiff ears; small lemon brown spot on right eye and ear; very short, stub talil. Return to 6g6 Pelioan avenue and reoeive a liberaml cuash re ward. Schabel's Cafe, A"'T IIK.Ir Flr. w"w"1 Coldest Beer in Town. Tebsm and Ciad . Dosirable Cool Rooem fr lost. Smadi ho ad Short Orders at all rs. Nos. 509 - S11 Patterson Street. Moving Pictures! Elmira Pleasure Grounds The frba Hor . &oadea hoe he esiurted late a Nati - EVERI NIogT I THE WEEK. Im d n , lm m l for i Coemt. STal la' all for 5 oonts. USv,-. - . We Now Have on Sale ARPAI'tAI;l'. PACK OF 1!11 - Finent quality pure white. :lo1 : doz. $3.50. Next, also white. 2.-w: $2.75 doz. Third quality, while. 201 ; 2.25 tI doz. While Tips, 25c 52.75 dez. Soupl Asparagus lot '. spar " tesllI fl.m soup, oweletsi d .. In 1-pound tis. A II'l,ll;l '1FI'L AND RI'I"EI SlS n INIG B:EVEILA".4Ei to IappesI' the suln l mer thirst is "QlilNS' II Y. the French Vichy Ir·n-ltnade. Sp.trktile and healthful. Quart. .:'.l0 : pints. , $1.s 5: splits. $1.3, doz. Alli.SE who enjoy real olld VIII i;INIA II.'1 l will nit , d,,nle t It ,hidl tI, know that thies teiths,,me delhai' y can be had at eithe r star '. :::e pouul l. FOR prices on our staples. stop iat r o o m for ti" l,.. WYe guarantee all goods delivered lit the city or shlllopd otl. .Lvthingil not natisfaltory will I- made good 11 wlV ai n t al I . A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd. l. '-rlitti ltf l t"S F Ill;i ';;RAII', F'tMIl e 1N 111 R NK ANID F.AMILY Pitllºl'S T'O TIHE IEXA1"TINE I't:P I'LE liF NI.V , Itl,I:.NS ANiº IIOMI:s AIA. 01% .R lt1il he S01'Tll. Main ouIIse Rhi.),I .1 II IIIERVI.LlE IITEET One Illock llow I'aal Street. Morgan City. Mrs. E. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Le- d vand and daughter will leave Saturday for Chicago and oilither Eastern cities. Dave Corbett left last Saturday for Colon, Panama, to take charge of a railroad ther. t Mike Castrogiovinni left yesterday l to spend some time with his sister, Mrs. Chas. Beninate, at Iteartsease U Park. Arthur Wiegand left last week for White Castle, La., for a while. Miss Carrie Wiegand left Saturday for Eunice, La., for a short stay. TAFT MAY GIVE AID TO STATION. T W'ashington, Aug. 8.-The force con- a ducting the campaign for the preser vation of the New Orleans Naval Sta tion and dry dock received a new re cruit to-day. He is the President of the United States. Mr. Taft promised Representative Broussard that he would intervene in the matter to the extent that he would investigate to ascertain whether Sec retary Meyer's actions, looking to the destruction of the Naval Station, are justified by economic or other reasons. The question also of injustice to the commercial interests of New Orleans and the Misaissippi Valley will be con sidered. Mr. Broussard told the Presi dent that any action by the Federal government tending to jeopardise the permanency of the Mississippi river channel is a blow at every industry in the Mississippi valley. Mr. Taft will write a letter to Mr. Broussard on the subject as soon as he has concluded his Investigation. The letter will be sent to the Con gressman's home in Louisiana, as Mr. Broussard expects to leave Washing ton to-night, to continue work in con nection with his senatorial campaign. MORE MARINES GO. Four more marines have been or dered away from the Algiers Barracks. They left Wednesdya for Key West Fla. The order was received Tuesday, and preparations were made to execute it. This brings the number detailed here to thirty-one, the lowest it has been in some months. It was impossible for those in command to say whether any men would be sent here in answer to the recent request of Captain Purcell, who was following commanding officer. THE COMING BALL PLAYER. Wm. Salathe, who has already made quite a reputation as a ball player, is beginning to attract the attention of the professionals with the good work he has been doing. On Sunday last in a game of ball at McDonoghville Park, he won the game for his club, winning by ascore of 2 to 1. He did not allow his opponents a single hit This is a very good record for a young boy and he is to be congratulated upon his ssc cess COMMENDS POLICEMEN. M Inspector Praises Corporal Bengert and Patrolman Gentile. In a message to all pirecinct stations o and the detective office. Police Inspec- r; tor J.1. W. tieynolds yesterday com- d mended the work of t'orporal Bengert n and Patrolnman Gentile of the Eighth oI Precinct Sta'ion in the capture of the fi negro burg!'r, Leslie Getrich, Sunday ti night. "It gave me great pleasure this ca morning to learn of their perform- (' antce," the message read in part. "It ci shows the activity of these two offi rN (ers, and the courageous manner in It which they pursued the negro under o the house at Atlantic avenue and Eliza tl street, is highly commended by me, ( and shows that they considered duty ti above all things and at the opportune ri moment were not lax in that duty. I trust their action will we an incentive fl to all other members of the force to ci be on the alert and endeavor to cap- n ture evil-doers. If such is the case we T will soon rid our commnunity of such t: undesirable characters. Commanding Ih officers will read this at morning ant: evening roll calls." Leslie Getrich robbed the residence of James Foster. 535 Elmira avenue, of jewelry valued at about $40), Sun day night. Discovered by Mr. Foster, h he made his escape, taking the booty with him. The chase attracted the at tention of the two police officers, andi they pursued him to a house at Atlan tic avenue and Eliza street, where he -% took refuge under the house. There I' he showed fight, and each officer tired upon him, following him under the house. Getrich then surrendered. At the station he complained of being shot in the leg, and was sent to the Charity Hospital. Here the surgeons said he was not shot, and he was re turned to the station. Yesterday he made a statement implicating two other negroes in the burglary, Royal Barnes and William Freeman, both re siding at 531 Elmira avenue. Both were arrested. PROGRESSIVE GILBERT. Progressive J. W. Gilbert, the genial vice-president and general manager of the D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd., has added to that great establishment one of the prettiest dining rooms in the South, and he is to be congratulated upon his enterprise, and to say that it will be a success is only to forecast what hps been the result of mA.ay other of his improvements made during his tr gime. Of the restaurant it is said to be easily one of the largest and most artistic refreshment parlors of any store in the South. The room faces the Dauphine street entrance of the large store, and measures about one hundred feet square. The room is well-lighted, cool and sanitary in every respect. At one end of the room across from the platform reserved for the*orchestra, is the handsome Mexican onyx and mosaic soda fountain, which is about forty feet long, and a handsomely executed piece of work. Several valuable art i studies in stained glass may be viewed in the background. Every precaution has been taken to make the fountain strictly sanitary. E Numerous electric lights, giving forth s a subdued glow rest near the marble f pillars, which divide the background a into sections. Several chandelier a lights encircled by glass pendants re- a ilect the gleam of the lights overhead r fro'tm the upper portion of the foun- c tain. A stream of perfumed water c lows from a large and nandsome piece c of statuary in the center of the room. I The soda fountain is at one end of the I big room. I Numbers of ferns and growing plants are scattered about the room in an artistic manner. The room is esti mated to have a seating capacity of about two hundred. From 12 to 2 and from 3:30 to 4:30 o'cloclk each day an orchestra under Prof. Tosso's direc tion plays selections. INeither time nor expense has been spared to make this ladies' refresh ment room the nmost modern and con venient of its kind to be found any where. The management caters espe clally to women and children, and al though no announcement was made of the opening last Monday, the shoppers were quick to find and appreciate the comfort of the service. A large force has been remodeling and putting the department into up-to-date shape for the pest month. CARD OF THANKS. We, the family of the late 8tephen Cronan, extend to the Young Men's Social and Benevolent Association, the Woodmen of the World, Pather De laire, Dr. A. J,. Babin, Mrs. Kokemore, nurse, neishbors and triends, our sin cere appreeatioa for Mindness shown to eor lost one edurlng his illness and to au t hs est.k May the Atmit send to all His ceaselalen in the dark hura thi eeme to oil. -eA yoars, was VaU.T. MARINE BARRACKS SAFE ANY HOW, UNLESS MEYER VETOES OFFICERS. Lieut. Thomas Thresher, who suc ceeds Captain Purcell as commanding officer of the marine corps at the Biar racks, in Algiers, has reported for duty and seems impressed with his new post. Mr. Thresher is a native of Houston, Tex., and is regarded as a fine officer. lie came from the I'nited States ship Georgia. Before leaving the city Captain 1Pur- ' cell addressed letters to the Marine ('orp<, stressing the importance of in creasing the number of mien at the reservation from thirty-seven to at least fifty, although he expressed the, opinion that there should be nio less than teighty marines in the IBarracks. Captain I'urcell did his best to hel p the property, and his departure was regretted. The Marine Corps instructed the of fieers to prepare requisitions for the Scoming winter, and they have been made ready and will be sent forward. This indicates that there will be a de tachment of marines kept in Algiers at least for another year. UNCLAIMED LETTERS Remainling at Station A, New Or leans Ixwstoffice, for week ending Aug. t10. 1911: Women-Miss lair Bush, Mrs. Jane ('urturt, Mrs. ('harleson, Mrs. Odealia Elder, Miss Rebecker Elmerry, Mrs. A. E. John, Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. - Virgin Royal. Men--\. B. Annstbr, Fado Harris. W. .J. Behan, P. M. .los. W. Daniels, Supt., Sta. A. dt QUALITY STORE .JI'ST RECEIVED, THIS SEASON'S tr PACKED PILLAR ROCK SALMON. tt I)UNBAR'S FIG JAM. G CHOICE WHITE ASPARAGUS n TIPS. A EXTRA LARGE WHITE ASPARA- 13 GU'S. a NEW MAY PEAS IN CANS. tl EVAPORATED APPLES, 5c PER s , CARTON. P CHOICE PRUNES IN HEAVY SY RU, R10c. s EVAPORATED PEACHES, 10c A it POUND. C FANCY HEAD RICE, 5c POUND. o PURE LARD, 2 LBS. FOR 25c. ti DILL AND SOUR PICKLES, 3 FOR o x. v " CHOW CHOW, ONIONS AND - SWEET PICKLES, 25c BOTTLE. (IMPORTED) SMOKED HERRING, 10c CAN; SOMETHING VERY FINE. FRESH EGGS. RED BEANS, 2 LBS. FOR 15c. TWO LARGE CANS EVAPORAT ED MILK FOR 15c. AUGUST SCHABEL, I THE GROCER. NUISANCE BOAT TO STAY. t Dock Board Defers Action in Matter Protests Against Present and Prospective Locations Are Read. Action was deterred by the Dock . Board at its meeting last night in the i matter of moving the nuisanoe boat * from Barracks street to Congress are I nue. A communication from the may r or, suggesting that the boat at either street would be objectionable, was I read. The communication was ac -companied by a lengthy protest from r citizens of the Ninth Ward against lo e eating the boat at Congress avenue. i. Resolutions adopted by the Algiers Im e provement Association, opposing the boat at Barracks street, were read also. The board decided to postpone action until a conference with the city Soflicials could be had. Dr. W. T. O' Reilly of the City Board of Health was on hand to say a word in the matter, Sbut it was not necessary. LIBRARY HOURS. i. During the time of the librarian's . vacation, the lbrary will be opened in 7. the hours of 12:30 to 5 p. m., and 6 . until 9 p. m.: this to go into effect 1. August 10, 1911. e RECORD-BREAKING CROWDS. e At the Elmira Pleasure Grounds rec r ord.breakin crowds continue to pa tronise this popular resort as a mov ing picture show. Both of the per formanoes are staged to large, enthus astle crowds who cheer the class of plctares tmhat are being shown at great a expense to the management. 's To-night, Priday and Saturday night ie there will be a special feature, Flts a. williams, the strongest boy in the e, world, the only act of its kind in vanu a. deville with new features in comedy - and strength. a. There will be two performanes every evenin, at 8 and 9 o'clock. I PrIeoo, 5 eents to all. Priday night will be amateur night Come and ee the fan. Sunday snight there will be dancin,, imstrmted seug vaudevile, motion 'PHONE "Algiers 48" About your Plumbing Work We Will Do the Rest J. Bodenger, Pres. Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks. TO LAY MORE TRACKS. The following ordinance was intro duced by Mr. A. T. WVainwright: Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans that the New Or leans Gas Light Company be and they are hereby authorized to construcf, maintain, use and operate a switch track connecting with the main line of the New Orleans Southern and Grand Grand Isle railroad on Brooklyn ave nue at a point near the corner of De Armas street, passing through Brook lyn avenue and across DeArmas street and entering the private property of the New Orleans Gas Light Company, substantially as shown on the attached plan and made part hereof. Be it further ordained, etc., That the said switch track shall be construcftd in a manner to be approved by the City Engineer and the Commissioner of Public Works, and shall be so main tained that it shall not unnecessarily obstruct drainage and the passage of vehicles through the street. DRS MIOTON AND WHITMIRE Practice limited to diseases of eye. Omce: Commercial-Ger mania Bank Bldg., corner Verret and Patterson Sts. 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. DR. M. DAVID HASPEL, Practice limited to diseases of ear, nose and throal. Office, Commercial-Germanla Bank Big., corner of Verret and Patterson Streets. Hours 9 to 11:30-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday by ap pointment. New Orleans Office, Medical Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5. F. P. Schoen Net"r1o e -- • Trust Compesy. est Wmtbr e car f ---- Official Watch Inspector ---- ""` M. L.& T. R. R. Company T. TRACHII West End Hotel Everything in Season Well Cooked Eajoy sa e e. eer melsb e the bit gallery while yee me the show sad ear the head. Op.e throeugeet. 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 say number of styles and sins--until you get just what you want, because we don't hurry you--we let you take your own time to decide peso 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 ua year in and year out. Reneoky Shoe Store VA, PTTE" WHELR TEE SUN 8 BRIGHT. Be it further or'dained. That this pri ilege is granted for a ternm of twen ty (L') years from the (late hereof, and for the consideration of one thou sand ($1,000) dollars to be paid to the ('ity of New Orleans in equal annual installments durin the terni Inmntion ed. each iinstalllment to be payable on or lbefore .\ugist 1 of eachl year. lke it further ordained, etc., That the New Orleans (:as Light ('ompany shall furnish good and solv(ent bond satis factory to the Mayor of the City of New Orleans in the sun of three hun dred $::uo.o dollars to guarantee the compliance of the requirements of this ordinance, and that the street shall be replaced in its original good condition should the switch track be abandoned and removed. Hart's Great 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 Spring Stock of Pianos and Ptayei Pianos it so crowding our house or warerooms that we are compelled to escrifce a number of high-grade used planos to se cure the necessary exhibition space. Never before have we had such a large collection of such Instruments, and poe tbly never agla iwill such an oppor tunity present Itself to buy on such terms and at such prices. Jullus Hart Plano House, Ltd J. P. SrMMONS, Preldeat. -1S- C7I $MT1f11 T, U I.M INT