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XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911. N.. 18.
. .... .. .. . . i i aea 1 E H am
apvag of Diana street from
avenue to Teche street has
Fsted and accepted by the
so inspection by City Engl
Commissioner Smith and
Jr., for the city, and
Cornwell, representing the
Bitulithic Company, the con
S e% pavement is for a dins
Imhrman has appointed the
delegates to the Interstate
rptways League convention,
in Morgan City, Oct. 5-7:
P. 8. Lawton, M. 8. Ma
jg, W. Lennox, B. A. Hints and
Connor left Wednesday
- se in Algeirs after a few
-ay at "Bayou Home" as the
of Miss Joseph B. Garrard. She
home by her mother,
j.el of the Fire Department
Drivers Jules Mender
Company No. 16 to En
y No. 18; L W. Brous
Engine Company No. 18 to
S any No. 16.
Bach, the accomplishes
r of Capt. and Mrs. L.
jeesived her diploma as a
grlse from the Hotel Dieu
Miss Bach's many friends
her on the succeesful
tf her studies and wish her
ss her chosen profession.
thrIaad and granddaughter,
hstard, have returned from
, pp~l has returned after
visit to New York, Newark,
of the Algiers Improve.
to the School Board
adhool on the site pzu
the city near the Naval Stae
slsrdet to a committee.
Slald and son, of Bellf
spet some time at Cov
S resented her husmand
hay boy on Friday last.
it Tuesday to spead a
inkaiad is spending
La., the guest ct
of Berwick, La., has
itinvite your inspection of
up-to-date line of Milli
that is now on exhibi
at our retail store.
u tiful Trimmed
up to $20 Each
it is White Felt Sailors
want,. we have them.
been spending some time with Mrs.
Capt. W. F. Short is spending his
vacation with his family in Seguin
W. R. Decker has left for Brunswick.
Ga., to accept a position as electrician
aboard the U. S. derdge Galveston, to
succeed Milton Covell, who has been
promoted to the engineering depart
Prank Lecourt and family returned
home Saturday after spending the
summer at Bay St. Louis.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Duffy of 834 Olivier street, was bap.
tized Sunday at the Church of the
Holy Name of Mary. The name be
stowed on the little one was Rowena
Margaret Frances. The sponsors were
Miss Edna M. Barlow and Joe. Duffy.
J. L. Higgins and family and Miss
Wilson are home after spending the
summer at Covington, La.
Miss Rossa Walter of McDonoghville,
and George Harper of Algiers, were
quietly married on Saturday night at
Gretna by Justice of the Peace M. A.
Danenhauer. The bride is a daughter
of Dan Walter and made her home
with her father and brothers who,
however, were not apprised of the
wedding until Sunday morning, when
they discovered that she was not at
Mrs. W. W. Baucum and son of Gulf
port, Miss., was the week-end guest
of her sister, Mrs. Gordon F. Vallette.
She was accompanied home by her
niece, little Olga Vallette, who will
spend two weeks in Gulfport.
The many friends of Harry Garney
will be pleased to learn that he is re
covering from his recent illness.
Miss Irene Brookes has returned
from Ocean Springs, where she spent
Ivy Harnisch of Lafayette spent the
past week with his uncle, Fred Peffer.
horn of Opelousas avenue.
Mrs. leo. Peterkorn and children of
Iaftyette, La., are visiting Mrs. Joe.
Thorning and Mrs. Fred Peferkorn.
Th' public schools will open for the
sesilon 1911-12 on Monday, September
25, at 9 a. m.
The marriage of Miss Amna Christy,
the charming young daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. Christy, to Bancroft W.
Weaver will be celebrated on Tuesday,
Sept. 17th, at 5:30 o'clock, at Mount
Olivet npiscopal Church.
Jeha R. Ward at hUltmose, M4. ar
a visitor to Algiers last week, visitisg
Mesdames J. Casey and R. E. James.
Miss Agnes Hays, one of our popu
lar young ladies and a talented mad
dlan, was married on Wednesday night
Eat An Irish
BA('ON FROM LIMERICK-
OATMEAL FROM DROGIIEDA, IRE
A Both on sale at
If you want to try something nice
from Germany, purchase a can of Sauel
e schen gebraten, small sausages roasted.
10 to 12 small sausages to the tin, 0c
k Home-made Japanese Sunrise Rice
Cakes, a new, light, crisp wafer for
p luncheons. Ice Creams, Chocolates, Teas,
etc. 20e a tin.
le We have just received a carload of
e fresh cereals, freshly milled from fresh
goods direct from the MILLS. consisting
is of Fine and Coarse Grits, Scotch Oats.
Chester Pearl Barley, Yellow Grits,
Cream Meal. white and yellow. Big HIom
lay (Sacamite). Oatmeal, Wheat Farina,
PettlJohn's Breakfast Food.
Fresh receipts of American and French
SGreen Peas. Asparagus, Mushrooms, Rice,
Lobsters, all 1911 pack.
A, M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
. DISTRIBUTORS OF HIGH
GRADE FOOD AND DRINK
AND FAMILY GROCERS
TO TIE EXACTING l'DO
PLE OF NBW ORLEANS
O, AND HOMES ALL OVER
S BROYAL AND IBRRVILLR BTRBETB
6t One Block Below Canal Street.
it the 6th, at St. Mary's Catholic Church,
>r Syracuse, N. Y., to U. P. Everling, a
11 prominent business man of Syracuse,
N. Y. The young couple received
many handsome presents and their
y many friends extend congratulations.
They will reside at Syracuse, N. Y.
G. Lynne Walters has returned to
d McComb City, Miss., after attending
it the late illness and death of his grand.
mother, Mrs. B. Augustine.
e Miss Wanda Short will be graduated
r- on Saturday from Spenoer Business
College as stenographer.
Right Rev. John E. Gunn, S. M., D.
D., accompanied by Father Larkin and
Father Edward Gunn, S. M., left this
morning for Natchez, Miss.
Very Rev. Dr. 8ollier, S. M, provin.
cial of the Marist Fathers, arrived at
the rectory yesterday. He will spend
' a few days in Algiers with the Fathers.
"r The "Forty Hours" closed Tuesday
evening with imposing ceremonies.
' Some twenty-Eve priests were present
on the occasion. Bishop Gean's ser
mon was a masterpiece sad we all
f MiiWatMr NO- agsaa.
g Mesdames S. G. Smith and T. V.
Cassanova spent Sunday at Independ
I eace, La., the guests of Alva Grove,
l- Woodmea Chele.
t The many friends of Mrs. C. A. Bor
den will be glad to hear that she has
returned from Panama, having arrived
Subscribe For The
Only 10c a Month
ALGIERS RAILWAY TO PUSH ITS
Oity Attorney Moore recoived a let
ter Moadasy from Leigh Carroll of the
Algirs Street Railroad Company, ad
visitg that his company would pro
ceed st once with the completiona f
the road to McLellavlle, and thence
to the Mississippl river, and that the
extesmon would be ready for trase
by the lmt of Janary aet. This will
give dlrsct communication by railway
with the Immigrant Statloa.
rimanlatu at Statios A, New Or
isam gitoae, week endnla Sept. 14:
Wome--Mrs. Mary Dobds, Miss
BrtherJones (2), Miss laura Robta
so, Miss Marcy Talor.
Ma--Mr. Begard, John Pelmr.
MselaMeusm-lMs Eaber and Os
SW. J. Beham, Postmaster.
J. W. Daels, BPpt. QSt. A.
EUREKA PLEASURE CLUB.
' ai larea Pleasure Club will give
thnr aenat sIus Sntneay, Sept S,
I,1L A these preseat st last stag
and thelirs'lfrs ere Invitad to job to
dbs big tUrn etl year, Oscars: Gsa
. Sormet, prwseat: A. G. Tuts vies-l
g.agdent; I. V. Aigas seeetary; A.
w. cOsia temurer, emm ets oa
armnsm ts: H. 1br, e~hArma;
Chas. Uebs*m ara- shetsel; W.
oCna, a e W DVlI, w . Emur, A.
iest. L Wnrai, s ase am,
CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF
The forty hours' devotion in honor
of the feast of the Holy Name of Mary
closed Tuesday night at the Algiers
church with one of the most notable
ceremonies held there. Bishop Gunn.
of Natchez, was seated in the sanctu
ary in his full Episcopal vestments
and at the conclusion of the services
give his blessing to the congregation.
He preached one of the most forceful
The music was of a high order of
excellence and the beautiful edifice
was adorned with potted plants and
ferns and the sanctuary and altars
were especially lighted with waxen
tapens and electric lights.
There were large congregations at
all the services since Sunday morning
and Father Larkin said he felt much
impressed with the evidences of Cath
olicity which were shown during the
special devotions. Fathers Gassler
and Vincent preached the first two
nights helpful sermons.
The bishop of Natchez, John E.
Gunn, preached at the close of the
forty hours in the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary, and took for his sub
ject "The Blessed Eucharist as a Mys
tery of Faith and Love."
Entertained by Children.
The parochial school children in Al
giers assembled with their parents,
and the sisters of the Holy Cross and
the Marist Fathers Tuesday morning
in the parish hall to do honor to Bish
op Gunn and Archbishop Blenk. Al
though there was only short notice an
interesting and enjoyable program was
presented and the entertainment was
a notable success.
As the distinguished guests entered
the hall the children sang "God Bless
Our Pope." A welcome song was then
rendered by Miss May Casey, assisted
by the pupils. Misses Marguerite Hag
gerty and Mercedes Belton made ad
dresses to the bishop and the arch
bishop respectively. A duet was play
ed by Misses Katie Twickler and Mer
cedes Belton. Eight little girls recit.
ed verses. This was followed by a
Bishop Gunn said when he left At
lanta everything was sorrowful as is
all parting with friends, but the scene
yesterday was a vastly different one
with the smiling, joyous faces of the
children echoing the wglcome which he
felt uare would b his in Nstches,
where he was going to work with and
for the people. The bishop said he
desired to commend in the highest
terms the excellent training given by
the Sisters of the Holy Cross. He
was pleased with the manner in which
the songs and other nqmbers were
As a special favor he asked Miss
Casey to sing his favorite song, "If
All Those Endearing Young Charms."
At the conclusion of his address and
the song, the bishop was presented
with a bouquet of American beauty
roses by Helen Barrett.
The archbishop made a short ad
dress, stressing the fact that it was
always a pleasure for him to come to
his old home, Algiers. He said Bishop
Olnn would ind the people of Notches
glad to receive him and felt sure the
administration of the diocese under
his direction will be a success, as was
his pastorate and other work in At
The program elosed with the bishop
bestowlng his blessing on the audl
JOLLIFICATION MElETING. OF THE
T. C. O. C.'.
One ed the meet enjoyable sffairs of
the past week was a receptilon tend
ered the Twentfeth Cnatury Outing
Club by the Misse Edna and Ilsona
Kerr, at their cosy little home, 218
Valette street, last Tesday aght. At
anu earty hoir this hppy erwd of tun
gatherers began to All the specious
parlors, which were mot beautifully
decorsted for this happy occesicon pre.
seunting a soene of rare lowlines.
The evednlg's pleasures couinsted of
danetcng ad other pastles, while at
the pleo some excellent seleetios
wore rendered by the Misse Kiarr,
Puterek and Roth. Th sweet, bell
like vdles d Misses lord, Doovana,
Seruntia e Mssrsr. Weber saud
Crumhe were heard In some very
beantital real ulection R s~
meats of the *smn's deanttes *ere
servend an the appuy crow dispered,
glddene by the hospIltality ef the
charmol hostesses. Amon theim hmp
py rmals fnes were seen: Misse
aEda ad laea Kear, rl ei E.
JaUla RiElebards, Anna Ptek, e
-eet ae l RIe lchards, In
Domorvan, Mary rC, Ilan Rerun
tine; Messs. Geo Cr·ubme Ra~ gh
Weber, Jo. Deaelly, A Quill, Jas.
Werret, Ismend 8seruntine, OhIs.IA
iate Jltan ShBindler ed dwinL A
MAKMS A DENIAL
It is to be h aged arn to the public
thaet Mheme Wtt sy, Jr., did nout
a YL w wusem srd m sreest
w.-·teah Wen Ke q e aeM
Do You Wish
If so stop your wishing and come
in and let us explain our plan to you
by which any one can easily make a
nice Income. We especially invite the
newly-weds and those about to be,
to whom we extend every courtesy..
Homes furnished in the most mod
ern fashion; cash or open account. .
Your patronage solicited. Buy at
home and help build up your town.
338 MORGAN ST., ALGIERS, LA.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
LOT OF NEW GOODS AND INVITE
ALL OUR FRIENDS TO PAY US A
VISIT AND INSPECT THE GOODS.
AMONG THE LOT ARE
QUAKER OAT MEAL AND CORN
TENDER WHITE PIGS FEET.
SALT PICKLED PORK LOIN.
ASPARAGUS AND ASPARAGUS
SUPERIOR PEAS AND WHITE
CASEY JONES BEANS.
PATTERSON & OLIVIER.
SUITS FOLLOW SHIPWRECK.
Two suits growing out of the loss of
the steamship Arkadla were fled last
week in the United States circuit
court against the ,New York & Porto
Rico Steamship Company. One was
filed by Ads Dunning, widow of Henry
Dunning, an engineer who was lost on
the ship, asking for $15,000 for her
self and $15,000 as tutrix of her son,
Adolpho Dunning, aged twelve years,
and the other suit was filed by Mary
Davies Pothe, wife of Arthur Poche,
an engineer, who also was lost on the
The petitions declare that the ves
sel, which sailed from here last Octo
ber and was never heard of since, was
defective, unsafe and genergaly unsea
worthy; that the boiler tubes were de
fective and the machinery generally
ineffective; that, notwithstandiag this
fact, the ship was loaded with a gen
eral cargo greater than its capacity,
and left this port for San Juan, Porto
The Arkadla was oneof the vessels
caught in the storm of last October,
and nothing whatever was ever beard
of her. The only article eover found in
the nature of a clew to her fate was a
small part of a boat with part of a
name on it, which might have been
Arkadia, which was washed up on the
coast of Mexico.
On Wedne~da lasIt, lIttle Miss Vlv
Ian Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S. O. Smith. celebrated the second
year of her birth. All the tiny tots
enjoyed themselves iammensely. Many
childhood games were played, while
daaty retrehmenats were served. As
the lawn was somewhat damp the
party was given in the house Those
present were: the little Misses Henrl
etta Frederick, Irene mad Lilian Gar
rett, Ellsabeth Oleh, Bertha and Lil
lian GaOuiot, Ida sad Tomseida Har
vey, Clista Hope, Irma HIlbben, Kate
Hermosky, Dorothy end Carlotta Krmt,
Mildrsa Lahase, Vivlan . Smith,
Alice 8pehr and Alma V. Smith; Ma
ters Carl PFederck, Walter trlck,
Cha. Garrett, John Hunter, Buster
Hope, Howard Hlbben, PFrank Holmes
ky, Walter Harvey, Alvin Hendricks,
Alvln Wileox, Walter Lahusen, Mertom
-adler, hrak and Austin 8pehr, John
L Smith sad Joe Iornias; also Mrs.
C. V. Ket, Misses Alma ad Minnie
Goebel, Mr. and Mrs. O. X. Prisch, Mr.
and Mrs. C. . Frederick, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Olsae, Mr. W. Lauean, Mrs.
J. L Smith mad Mr. mad Mrs. 8. .
ALOGIERS IRON WORKS GETS CON
TRACT OF INSTALLING
The Beard .f Mre Commlssomuen
met last week ad approved the mree
omaPealatiarn made by (Ch~rma
Meister at the supply committee, with
refermee to the bids opened for coal
for the department, uniforms and
horse shoola The chairman of the
supply eemittee also reported hay
lag -tagi two.Mb for the plactg
of a esp la eag -e No. 1, eme
tue Alssm Irem Worksor eime
16. ether use Se Johe es hem
We Will Do the Rest
J. Bodenger, Pres.
Algiers Cornice & Plumbing Wks.
i : lz l 111J l dl IIL L
DRS. MIOTON AnD WHITMLRE
Practice limited to diseases of
eye. Office: Commerclal-G.r.
mania Bank Bldg., corner Verret
and Patterson 8ts. Hours: f to
11:30 Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Sunday, 11 a. m. to 1
New Orleans omce: Medical
Bldg. Hours, 12 to I and to 5.
DR. M. DAVID HASPENL,
Practice limited to diseases of
ear, nose and throat. Oice.e
Commerclal-Germanla Bank Big.,
corner of Verret and Patterson
Hours I to 11:30-Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday by ap
New Orleans Oce, Medical
Bld. Heours. 12 to L.
Third District Building Ass'n
A Co-operative and Home-buying
OSfl , 2601 Reyal Strat, Genr LMaylt Aun
lamepMrauted April 1N, 167
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Capital subseribed .........................................$1,6 ,
lends for loans always available, without premiums or boaes. ltesMst
ceases oa every $130.00 par value of shares paid. eantig stock maybe paM
for Ia weekly or mathly lastallmeats. Advanced paid or prepaid stoo relurees
o rs, tated pay ts. Cash dividendsa are apportiond o all stock smi.
suss b? la Ydt en OVUSMBEsL Dividends are T pt cnt. per anam.
kNDI W P. MARlMOUGrT, Pres. ADAM OAM3BI3 Tresurer.
rANKE 3 THOMA8, Attermse. WM. IRA N, Vce.Pres-Me.
W.. V. LCELE, Leereery. PBID EN N PoteSep.
A. P. Marmoet Wn. rants Adam Gambol W. F. .ebsie
Frank 3. Thobas Fred Zenpl Peter Judltn Hy. L Mranta
Philip H. Tboels H. Ortlaud C. Stander Philip Froebler
John Hammel Vi. Lambou Louis ri John oenhuhl
Lousl Ich ler J. C. Dodt B.H. Kears George (eorts
Gee. V. Fuchs 3. W. Vedrenne Philip ". Sehoen L J. Giseh
J. E. HUCKINS
IS THE WALL PAPER MAN YOU WANT TO DO
324 Alex Street. Phone Algiers 213.
WALL PAPER FROM Sc. UP.
Why You Like to Get Your
Shoes at Our Store
ecasu wMe bae yes imel that we want to please and satisfy
yes tbdresly, beasou we don't grumble at showing you any
nember of styles and sioes--until you get just what you want
becase we deet hurry you--we let you take your own time
to decid aupes a certain style or size, because we act cheer
fully abat ft-sWd help you in every possible wd y, that's why
air custhuss stick to us year in sad year out.
Reneeky Shoe Store VAp,,*..
. amsass s UN Is maE7.
IN USED PIANOS AND
For a Few Days Only
We need the room and they've
got to go regardless of value.
The duly aurval o u r s w
Stock of Plane. aid Plac Yue r i
w crowding our bem or warsesom
teat we are complled bto mlals a
nuaser it hlgh-grad ui gl a ae
care the sa Mn mac wy eb
Never blere have we bad seek ak
collecoas of sech latrmssie sa a e pe"
s bl n t will sek a ,ppe.
terms ad at seach prices
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