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OMS to he. Upbildlng of the West Side of the River. "A very ive and creditable weekly newmpaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XIX. . NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1911. N.. 17. - ONALS D OTHERWISE of the Riverside Pleas lit Saturday evening for ,here they had a two-day which they entertained Inspector of Steam Ves w-o has been enjoying a , has resumed his du of Miss Irma Marie Mr. Royal Cochran was on Wednesday eve at 7:30. at the residence aunt. Mrs. Rosalba Gon --rth Rampart street. -. 5elcher and little daugh ot Galveston. but formerly are the guests of their * y will be given this ;l3eguin street, by Miss al 1. Zatarain. 'at 7:30 o'clock at the the Holy Name of Mary be a meeting and reception habetrs of the Holy Name swing which a business be held. All Catholic men are invited to attend and l-sty. spent Wednesday at in Ocean Springs. He home by Miss Lillie Shas been the guest of k. Garrard for the past Riehards, Messrs. E. J. iUebert and B. Bama -Sik4ed guests of Dr. and Rrst at Bay Adam. ...ie Goebel and Lillian Sunday from a visit '" "T n. ±Mrtl6s and family and sg and children re trsm Bay Adam. Lacoste presented her ha baby boy last week. Mason, of West Mys ./pat a few days here last guest of her aunt, Mrs. v. son of Dr. and Weaver, who holds a position at Washing sw department o a- the Postal Sayr aied here Saturday a t visit to his par Atunr in about three Oapitol City. a popular machinist and Mrs. Bessie y popular lady of that their many friends on he announcement that -laried on Wednesday. prmptly organised a sad at this reception and good wishes a the happy couple. The have already pur the West Side Realty "h:dr property in Mc they will make peltty wedding took of the Holy Name list, the contract* Mr. Albert Otis and The oeremony 8 e'elock mass, after Wish oney? wi*n and esme our pl to s ise about to be ewes, District Boiing Ass'n p rat~. sd Hon*.bUyGU'g NI Reyd LII 1(W 1 I- baene i lma.Ndi $s p z C jL mmd 1t~vwu tjhbm as t# 3t IqS WI ? aARCoUGM. he. IhnUJ __ wU~ 1. l whlch the happy couple left for their honeymoon at Covington and Abita Springs. On their return they will take up their residence at 131 La verne street, where they will be pleas ed to welcome their many friends. Mrs. E. W. Bursis and children left Monday for Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Chris Nelson is visiting her sister in Del Rio. Messrs. Jos. Koenig, Thos. Goff and E. McCormick left for San Francisco Monday. ,Leonard Giach left for Marshall, Tex., Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Thoele and Miss Sadie Vesien returned home Saturday, after spending some time in New York. Fred Pefferkorn spent Saturday and Sunday in Lafayette with his parents. Mrs. E. Sutherland of Elmira ave nue presented her husband with a baby girl last Thursday. P. McLean of Amite City, spent Sunday with his wife, who is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. H. Renecky. Misses Mary and Katie Spahr of Houma, La., are spending a while with Miss Roseada Reynolds. Mrs. F. McLean presented her hus band with a bouncing baby boy Mon day. Robt. Platt has returned from Heartsease Park. Miss Katie Mahoney has returned from an extended visit to New York and Connecticut. William A. Whitmore, the bright young son of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Whit more, left Tuesday to attend Jefferson College. Mrs. M. Waller and grandchild spent Sunday at Bay St. Louis, the guests of Mrs. F. Lecourt. Sam Oswald and his two sons Har old and Raymond, spent Sunday at Sa lathe Villa, Bay St. Louis. Capt. Wm. Heuer has returned from 1 Bayou Sara, from which p#nt he brought down one of the largest tows of Pittsburg coal that ever came down the Mississippi river. Mrs. Hicks and two sons spent Sun day at Bay St. Louis, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Lecourt. Wallace Lampton is spending a month at Artesia, New Mexico. SMOKER. On Monday evening, September 4th, the Ship Carpenters, Joiners and Caulkers Protective Union, celebrated Labor Day at their hall by giving a social supper and smoker to their members. Invitations were extended to His Honor, Mayor Behrman, to Dr. C. V. Kraft of the Herald and to the foremen of the different docks and yards in this district. Several ad dresses were made and a most enjoya ble evening was spent, The oloers of the Union are A. S. Covell, president; S. L. Crawford, vice president; L. F. Willis, recording sec retary; Deal Tumey, financial secre tary; HyMunsterman, Jr., treasurer; W. D. Covell, trustee; G. W. Bommer, conductor and H. J. Busk, guard. WOODS-RANDOLPH PROPERTY. The Woods-Randolph property in our district, which represents many reseldeaces in much need of repair, will bhe given a thorough overhauling in a short time. Jos . Cnnsenuve, Sic.-pesident ad cashier of the Han Scock Connty ank, who represents Mr. SRadolph, the present owner of the property, was here yesterday ookin Sover the situston. T The old brick buildint corner V.erret rand PsroS strets ha been . aod to absehr & Datnote, who wll begtn to demoliah the bulding on Mady. The brick, slto sad lamber wl be eIeed d mle It sesoon as work begins 1. L. HIeuerms, of Wav ad Mi Swinl have charge eof all of the repas Sand he will begin work aon tha many Seattgs aelse jst as eos a earp Sar eoeered ad other details a ,- ixd. Eat An Irish Breakfast! BACON FROM LIMERI4'K OATMKAI, FROM DROGIIEA. IRi- of LAND. Both on sale at SOLARI'S : a I)EIICATESSEN DEPARTMENT. r E If you want to try something nice from Germany. purchase a can of Satmni schen gebraten. small sausages roasted, en 10 to 12 small saumages to the tin. 0Oc a ti. ta Hlome-made Japanese Sunrlise Rice 4akes, a new, light, crisp water for luncheons, Ice ('reams. 'bocolates. Teas, ed etc.. 20e a tin. We havj Just received a carloal of th fresh cereals. freshly milled from fresh pa goods direct from the MILLS, consisting of Fine and ('oarse Grlts. Scotch Oats. 4'h,ter Pearl Barley. Yellow Gr!ts, ('ream Meal, white and yellow. Big Hom Iny tSacamitet. Oatmeal. Wheat Fartsn. Cl PettiJohn's Breakfast Food. Fresh receipts of American and French Green Peas. Asparagua. Mushrooms. Rtlce at Lohstera, all 1911 pack. A. M & J. SOLARI, t, c. DISTRIBUTORS OF HIGI- 01 GRADE FOOD AND DRINK H AND FAMILY GROCERS TO TIIE EXACTING PEFO PLE OF NFW ORLEANS gý AND HOMES ALL OVER THE SOUTH. Mala House: tr ROYAL AND IBRRVILLE RTREET8 F One Block Below Canal Street ee PAY US A VISIT. J D H EVAPORATED APPLES ONLY 5c H A PACKAGE. L TRY ONE-POUND OF THE FINEST S. TEA WITH A HANDSOME PREM- S IUM-60c A LB. B COFFEE, GREEN BRAND, 20c LB. II COFFEE, YELLOW BRAND, 25c lb. COFFEE, RED BRAND, 30c LB. SAVE THE WRAPPERS AND FOR g TEN OF THEM YOU RECEIVE A n, BEAUTIFUL HAND-PAINTED DISH. si AUG. SCHABEL, m Patterson and Olivier. C It T JEREMIAH B. COLLINS. Jeremiah B. Collins, a pioneer mer- 11 chaift of Algiers, and brother-in-law of Mayor Behrman and Hon. P. S. Law ton, passed away at 7 o'clock last night at his home, 505 Elmira avenue, C surrounded by the family for whom he lived and worked. He was conscious to the end. In his death the city loses a staunch friend and business man, and his family a devoted husband and E father. Mr. Collins was foremost in the ranks of those who were interested in the Fifth District of the city ,and no movement which had for its object the betterment of that sectiln was with- a out his indorsement and hearty sup port. Decease dwas born in County Cork, Ireland, in 1850, but came to Algiers in 1876. While quite young, he served three years as a tobacconist, after ' which he was engaged as a solicitor for a grooery firm for three years. Mr. Collins was also a clerk on a steam boat fo} some time, but finally he con ceived the idea of entering the grocery business for himself. For twenty-fve years Mr. Collins conducted a grocery store at the same corner, sad by square dealing and close attention to duty, sucoeeded in buildinSg up an excellent trade. He retired from active business a few years aeo, but the place was still ope rated by the family. Before coiing to the center of Al. giers, Mr. Collins was in partnership with the late James Lawton, father of Peter 8. Lawton, in a merchandise store a the Lower Coast. He was srcceesfl there for many years. A few days go Mr. Collitns told a' friend, while disumssing wars, that he "never smelt the powder f battle," although he was an enlisted eoldier In Ith Federal army during the civil war. He Soained the fshtins torce in Cinlcin mat, but the eurrender came wra his .reglet wr. marchint to gIme ed Ihe wan mu stered out of rvice. Althoush his health had been fillal or. years, his death was unexpected, sad It came as aterrible shoek to his relativesnd ftrieds. Mr. Collis was ferttled by the last mermats of the church, ad he pance away a the famly, led by hater Larkin a warm pros Med, was reitinS the pray ers for the ead occason. He is esurvlved by his widow, who was Miss Cathwerina Lawto, adthese eildasi: I east James LawtoIn Oaas, o the ghth Cavalry, etMa tims Ia the alipa Isluads; Peter Iawo Ollas, a prser on a United lruit Caompay steamhip; Joeph and err sest Cla; mea M 7ary, MaYr uret, Cathesee. A es Ulanm Col an Deidas thee thee are a nmm sr d alsteem sat bthers. They ae: Mrs. MaruS ehrsm, Mae B. Wl flin. .1. Dbram y, n. Leatham. J. Se s, Meascm isbn Colta. and Tem cea.e. f mumt. aL, a was as hmmmry member o the Yes The Fourth RE Anniversary. With invited guests. -stockholders, officials and employees present the Algiers Railway and Lighting Com pany, on Friday, September 1. 1911. celebrated its fourth anniversary of its 81: system with a sumptuous repast and a pleasant ride over the road to the pei Naval Station and Gretna. It was 1 o'clock when Superintend- Lo ent R. S. Stearnes invited all to the table. He made a brief explanation of the purpose of the affair and toast ed Thomas Fonseca and Fred Cook. the oldest road employees of the com pany. Mr. Fonseca replied for the men. 81: Mr. Stearnes said that Mr. Leigh Carroll, president of the company, was 82. in Canada and was unable to attend, and called upon Hon. L. H. Marrero, sheriff of Jefferson parish, who is vice president of the company, and who cordially greeted the assembled guests. Rev. W. S. Slack, pastor of Mount Olivier Episcopal Church, and D. A. 82: Hagarty, manager of the New Orleans Railway and Light Company, also spoke. 82; Following the repast all boarded two trailers drawn by car No. 4., Motorman Fred Cook and Conductor Thomas 84 Fonseca being in charge. They were escorted by a brass band. 82 The invited guests present were Judge Peter Clement, Hon. J. A. Bar rett, Joseph Barrois, Rev. W. S. Slack. Dr. Charles F. Gilbki, J. W. Lennox, Harry Dressel. John McGivney, D. A. 82 Hagarty. Sheriff L. H. Marrero, Hon. Leo A. Marrero. August, Muller, Mike S. Hart, W. E. Clement, A. L. Freret, Senator Robert O'Connor, Dr. A. J. Babin. Wm. McEnery of Rock Island, Ill. The officials of the company are: Leigh Carroll, president; L. H. Mar rero, vice president; Robley 8. Stearnes, superintendent. O. V. Ver neuilli is chief engineer, R. Brunis as sistant engineer. Leonard Miller line man, J. K. Smith lineman, F. A. Dan iels electrician, Thomas Fonseca, Fred JS Cook, M. E. Casey, C. Davis, E. Maca luso, H. Fink, T. B. Fears, E. B. be Height, E. Lambert, M. Neeb, Wm. Thomas, J. J. Williams. H. Damon, J. b3 Whelan, Ed Buras, L. Cantin, H. Sou lan. O. Lacoste, George Lecomt, and A. pa Winter, employees. GIVES NOTICE ON WATER RATE bl BILLS. Board Will Hold Owners Responsible For Tenants' Unpaid Accounts. C The sewerage and water board has issued the following circular letter, : which is of importance to owners and agents of property occupied by ten- g ants: "We beg to hand you herewith blask forms which we would thank you to g; fill out and mail to us monthly, notify ing us of the removal of tenants from such property as you represent. 8 "While all water bills are charged to the premises served, and under the law an unpaid water bill is a lien 8 against the property to which the wa ter is furnished ,and when not paid by 8 the occupant must be collected from the owner of the premises, it has al- 8 ways been the policy of this depart ment to apply such regulations as broadly and as leniently as posible. 8 "As a protection to property owners we will gladly render bills to tenants and collect the water rates from them e whenever possible, it so requested by the owner or his agent. With this end in view, if you will co-operate with us to the extent of notifying us, say, ten l days in advance of the removal of any tenant, we shall take pleasure in read- I ing the mer and rendering the bill to such tenant. and shall make every re sonable efort to enforce payment with out having to cml) upon the owner. "Where houq remain vacant the water will be elosed off and alli charges will cease, provided we receive such notice. It must, howeover, be dis- i Stinetly underMtood that this action on our part is merely tahen to protect the owners of premises where tenants have assunmed the payment of the wa ter bills, and must not be construed as a settin aside of any of our present Smglaios, or a dlsregard of the law under which we operate. "In any casem wher e all to re 6elve notice ten days prior to the re Smoval of tenants, or In any casem where we £a It ImposIble to coBect water UbMIl (even though such notiee has been Sreceived) the water supply will he mt of and elam sled aaLna the pr party, "r "We are qte sure that yaur o d operati thls matter will mt eil Sgreaty stt the work of thl deprt ,met, but wll aei be of ateral m e to the owers whomn ye rep UNCLAIMED LETTERS SRemalalg at Stattn A. New Or lear pot dke rweek ending Sept. 7: i M. -- I. Calre Johfnso, Joe law .4l mea, ~1 Patterem trmeet; IPsak le ileat ep *rea-Mia. Ida Ivory; im May --iEany (I), 'Miss ,ouise LosM M, ies ot 5mmgar Mnm. fu 5s e D ar,, M V. ag Willas 2~~-f - ;W.&';Ii RECENT ADDITIONS TO LIBRARY. FICTION. Harvester, by G. Porter (S.)-813. The Gambler, by C. Klein-283. The Visioning. by G. Caspell (S.)- 813. Demeter's Daughter. by E. Phill petts-823. Glory of Clementina, by W. J. Locke-823. Old Reliable, by H. Dickson-813. Mrs. Livingston's Companion, by Mrs. M. C. Dillon-813. Queed, by H. L. Harrison-813. George Thorne. by N. Richardson 813. In His Own Right. by J. R. Scott 823. John Sherwood, Ironmaster, by S. W. Mitchell-813. Winning of Barbara Worth. by H. B. Wright-813. San Celestino, by John Ayscongh 823. Domina, by John Ayscongh-823. Great Posessions, by Mrs. J. Ward 823. Parting of the Ways, by Bordeaux 843. Mrs. Marxon Protests, by A. Hope 823. Common Law, by Chambers-813. Ne'er Do Well, by Rex Beach-813. Shella Vedder, by A. E. Barr-813. I. Will Maintain, by M. Bowen 823. JCVENILE FICTION. Daring Twins, by Baum-J813. Sea Fairies, by Baum-J813. Blue-Goose Chase, by J. Herbert J813. How the World Is Housed, by F. G. Carpenter-J813. Boy Scouts of Birchbany Island, by Holland--J813. JLCENILE NON-FICTION. Story of Old France, by Guerber- J944. Story of Modern France, by Guer ber-J944. School History of the United States, by Chambers-J973. Story of the Roman People, by Tap pan-J937. NON-FcTION. Old Riddle and the Newest Answer, by H. Gerard-575. Domestic Art, by C. Ingalls-466. Self-taught Mechanical Drawing and Elementary Machine Design, by E. L. Sylvester-744. Elements of Music, Harmony and Counterpoint, Rythm, Analysis and Musical Form, by Bertenshow-8712. Best Plays, by William Congreve 822. Best Plays, by Sir John Vanbaugh 822. Best Plays, by James Shirley-822. Best Plays, by William Wycherley 822. Best Plays, by Richard Steele-822. Best Plays, by Thomas Shadwell- 822. Best Plays, by Thomas Otway-822. Best Plays, by George Chapman 822. Best Plays, by Thomas Heyward- 822. Best Plays, by Philip Mamsinger 822. Best Plays, by John Dryden-822. SBest Plays, by George Farquhar 822. I Best Plays, by Marlowe-822. I Best Plays, by Beaumont and Fletch er-822. Best Plays, by John Pord-822. Best Plays, by Brimsley-282. B Negro and Other Plays, by John SJohnson. r Higher History of the United States, *by Chambers-873. · Encyclopsedia Brittanica (eleventh edition). The Plain Gold Ring, by R. Kane (S. J.)--137-7. SIaws of Spiritual Litb, by Maturnl a At Home Wtih God, by M. Russell | (s. J.)--240. a The Inner Life of the Soul, by Em Sery-t42. SSermon of the Sea, by R. Kane (8. - J.)-252. , The Inquisition, by Vacanedard it 2724 S. t. Patrick in History, by Shannon (D. D.)--27. Barly History of the Church ,by the Abbe Duchese-2. SHistory of St. Vineeattde Paul, by I ongaud--21. SNOTICE TO PAROCHIAL iSCHOOL CHILDREN. The ehilrern of the parochal schoot "re stq to be at the Cenaent e evr ~this week at S o'cilek to prctise for a tceptloa to be teal read Bt. Rev. Bashop uan, S. ., of Natches, at Welmeeday, at 10:20 a. - u. They alsr o reladed to be at : the Covest Sunday mormns at nle IF oeloek to walk im the a aesisl for k the opemlm do the PIty Hoeru. The _Hoy Amgsls wll wer their erowns Ssa the little iewer Girls will earry o Sewers. The am proesseis will task e far the eleimi ot the Party sams Tios l . The eh als L, mg . da am v u edat eve 'PHONE "Algiers 48" About your Plumbing Work We Will Do the Rest J. Bodenger, Pres. Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks. Now Look at This This one i a double 5-room cot tage on a paved street, good loca tion. and close to church, schools, market, etc. This cottage contains ive rooms, bath all complete; also toilet In bath and in rer shed. Property in first-class repair, and brings In $t36.00 per annum. The Price $3000.00 -You must see us to find out where It is When you do, you will buy. West Side Realty Co. 500 Verret Street R. A. TAN8EY, Manager. CHILD INJURED. August PuJol, aged seven, while at play in front of his parents' residence, 416 Elmira avenue, on last Friday, was run into by a wagon in charge of a negro driver by the name of Sam Clement. The child was badly bruis ed from the accident. He was attend ed by Dr. M. J. Manent. The little fellow is about recovered and his many friends are pleased to know that the accident was not more seri ous. He is the grandson of Edward Grimes, the local panitor of our court house. Subscribe For The HERALD Only 10c a Month J. E. HUCKINS IS THE WALL PAPER MAN YOU WANT TO DO YOUR WORK. 324 Alix Street. Phone Algiers 213. WALL PAPER FROM 5c. UP. Why You Like to Get Your Shoes at Our Store Decase we aihe yea feel that we wait to please aid satisfy yea thoreasly, becase we don't grumble at showing yoe say aumber of styles sad suse-astil yeou get just what you want, bemase we dest bhrry yes-we let yoe take yoear ow time t. decide k pe a certai style or sie, ibcamse we act cheer fuly about it--ad help yes ia every possible way, that's why ewr cuete-ers stick ti us year ia sad year out. Reneoky Shoe Store PIAT.".. vH : t 5 1533MEV. 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 sew Iprtin Stock of Planes sad Player Plamee M so crowdint our heaouse or wareroem that we are compelled to acerUte a sumber of high-rads used ptano to se cure the necessary exhlbtio space. Never before have we had esuch a t er collection of such Instruments, and pe elbly sever again will such au oppo tnnlty present itself to buy on each terms end at such prices. ielus Hart Pim* Hosm,,Lt, J. P. bMMONS, Prresdest. 1p-10 SM& InST, lM tIV DRS. MIOTON ANm WHITMIdU Practice limited to diseases of eye. Omce: Commercial4Ger. mania Bank Bldg., corner Verret and Paterson Sts. Hours: 9 to 11:30 Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. New Orleans ortce: Medical Bldg. Hours, 12 to 1 and 2 to 5. DR. M. DAVID HASPEL. Practice limited to diseases of ear, nose and throat. Ofce, Commercial(Oermania Bank Blgk, corner of Verret and Pattersos Streets. S Hours 9 to 11:30--Tuesday, ' Thursday and Saturday by ap. polatment. New Orleans Ofice, Medical Bldg. Hours, 12 to 5.