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THE HERALD.
Devsbd to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
L XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1911. N.. 23.
ERSONALS I
ID OTHERWISE
J. M. Helm, who was recently
of the local Naval 8ta
.elated to become a Rear Ad
s. King spent a few days in
week.
*gappler has returned after sev
spent in Germany.
Johnson, aged 62 years, of
1a., arrived in the city last
evening suffering with a
ck. He was taken to the
Gerald O'Brien and little
left last Thursday for Texas
agr husband, who recently pur
*a arm there.
and wife left Sunday for
at Pilot Town.
a& Mrs. Hy. Donnenfelser and
Doris have removed from
]gammond, La., where Mr. Don
will go in business for him
gIowiag make up the corps of
"sr Evening School No. 5-R.
idn, principal; assistants,
Q. J. Davieson, F. J. French,
uguuaiM, Misses Margaret Hop
SMcCarthy, Mary G.
Messrs. H. W. Bierhoret, J.
Rene Lagardeun, Mrs. Ka
comimttee on elementary
at the meeting of the School
 luday evening recommended
City Council provide a ten
gheel near the Naval Station.
U. Dixon presented her bus
a Ine baby boy last Friday.
b at Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Hof
-a brightened by the arrival of
i1r last Thursday.
DON'T FORGET THAT
. BECK BROS.
HAVE MOVED FROM CAMP AND CANAL STREETS TO
THEIR NEW OPTICAL PARLORS
No. 116 Baronne Street
RIVERSIDE
iThe Wholesale House That Retails at Wholesale Prices
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Our Big Trimmed Hat Sale
Three Friday and Saturday Specials
We will place on sale a purchase of 500
assorted Trimmed Hats, bought by us at
less than cost of manufacturing---in as
sorted colors and trimmings--
SPECIAL
Remember--- We Retail at Wholesale Prices
OSSNAN-WEINFELD MILLINERY CO., LT.
AlL DEPARTMENT. WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT.
210Tr12-214216 Magalae Street.
Ernest Kinkaid met with a painful
accident last Saturday morning at the
Algiers Manufacturing Company. A
small piece of steel became lodged in
his eye. He was attended by Dr. J. A.
Rupp and later taken to the Ear, Eye
and Throat Infirmary.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guillot left Fri
day to spend the winter at Napoleon
ville, La.
Mrs. T. J. Dexter expects to leave
shortly for Acy, La.
Mrs. Ed. Voudry will returh shortly
after staying two months in Califor
nia.
Wm. Harvey expects to leave short
ly for a short stay at Houston, Texas.
Little Curtis Blakely successfully
underwent an operation last week.
Mr. Bethancourt of Elmira street re
turned Saturday after spending a
while with his brother in St. James
parish.
Mrs. H. Gaffney expects to leave
shortly for Anchorage, La.
Mrs. Austin Grant and little daugh
ter of California are guests of Mrs.
Walter Dilzell.
Robt. Felcher returned from Bay St.
Louis where he spent his vacation.
Mrs. H. Renecky left Sunday to
spend a few days in Amite City.
Mrs. F. M. McLean left Sunday for
Amite City, where she will make her
home.
Mrs. J. Walters left Tuesday for
Memphis to visit her son.
Henry A. Schultz, of 829 Opelousas
avenue, has accepted a position as
blacksmith for the Standard Oil Com
pany at Baton Rouge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Blaisdell, of 609
Atlantic avenue, left Tuesday for Pen
sacola, Fla., for a two weeks' stay,
where they go to meet relatives from
the North.
The ladies' auxiliary No. 16 of the
International Association of Mechanics
will give a benefit performance for the
striking car men at Market theater,
Solari'S
The Americnn packers of vegetables,
adopting the French idea of high-grade
packing, are puttlng up their fancy stock
in glass. As an experiment we have
put in a small assortment of Sears &
Nichols Company goods. Green Strin;
Beans. Midget Peas. Little Beets, Raby
Lima Beans- pint jars, 30c jar; $3.50
dozen.
1SOME OF TIlE SEAtSONABLE. GOODI)S
1911 pack that arrived last week: Cal
ifornia Canned Fruits, extras and ex
tra standards; Smyrna Dried Figs, Plum
Pudding. Hlolland Herring, milchner,
mixed, rolled, marinated; Russian Sar
dines Salt Bardelles, Self -Raising and
Plain Buckwheat. ('ape Cod Cranberries.
t.lttle Dutch Sausages in tin, French
C'amembert Cheese. Ilentils. Jordan
nhelled Almonds, Gordon & Wilworth
whole fresh Ieaches In quart Jars.
tBooth's (English) Orange Gin, Jones
Farm Rausage, Norway Mackerel. all
sizes ; French t'ickled lerring in oil and
onion in jars, II.-l'. (Ilouse of Parlia
ment) Pickle, St. James Royal Arm
Pickle.
A. M. &, . SOLARI, Ltd.
ROYAL AND IBERVILLE STREETTR
Saturday night. Committees are at
work selling tickets. Results, so far,
are said to be entirely satisfactory.
The receipts will be turned into the
general treasury of the strikers.
There wilt be three performances:
7:00, 8:15 and 9:00 o'clock. The com
mittee in charge is: Mrs. D. Miro,
exotficlo; Mrs. Ed Spieler, chairlady;
Meadames A. Guillot, G. Talbot, L.
Healy, C. Higgins, W. Hockel, T. Roo
ney, H. Wagner, W. Braselman, A.
Higgins, K. Renecky, C. Brodtman and
C. Tackaberry.
While the parents were on their
way to the Holy Name of Mary Church
on Sunday afternoon for the purpose
THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE.
Latest Sanitary Improvements. - New Management.
Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents.
- Plain Baths 25 Cents---
DR. J. LOUIS CASAUBIEILH, Chiropodist.
A. A. DORVIN, Manager
828 Conti Street, - - New Orleans.
Home Cleaning and Pressing Club. Phone Main 2812.
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SPECIAL PRICES.
NEW DEL MONTE ASPARAGUS TIPS ..................................c
NEW MAMMOTH WHITE ASAPARtGUS........................ 301" and 35c
NEW TABASCO PEPPER SAUCE........................................10e
NEW CODFISH ................t .....................2 pounds for 15 (ents
NEW MINCEMEAT................ .......................... lI a packace
NEW FANCY HEAD RICE..........................2 pounds for 15 cent.
CHOICE OLEO (QUARTERED)..........................20c a piund carton
FANCY OLEO.........................................2 c and :30 a pound
LUZIANNE AND JAKA BLEND tWHOLE BEAN AND GROUNI)
COFFEE........................o20c, 25c and 30c a pound. with premium.
APPLES ...........................................10c. 15c and 20c a dozen
FANCY LARGE TONGUES, SPARE RIBS. CORNED BEEF. B111.001)
SAUSAGE. HOGSIIEAD CHEESE, BOILEI) HAM, ANI) PICKLED
SHOULDER.
NEW FRENCH GILLET PEAS ............................15ce and 20te a can
NEW GOODS.
SPLIT PEAS (YELLOW).................................2 pounds for lc
MICHIGAN WHITE BEANS...............................2 pounds for 1:c
CALIFORNIA BLACK-EYE PEAS..........................2 pounds for 15c
NEW LIMA BEANS........................ ...............2 pounds for 15c
NEW SCOTCH OATMEAL......................................10c package
NEW CREAM OF WHEAT......................................15c package
NEW PANCAKE FLOUR........................................5c package
NEW BUCKWHEAT.....................................5c and 10c package
NEW SELF-RAISING FLOUR ...............................5c package
NEW GRITS.
NEW HONEY............... ..............................10c a glass
NEW MAPLE SYRUP ....................... . ................25c a bottle
NEW KOMUS SYRUP.
NEW ASSORTED CALIFORNIA ROSE JAMS......................10c a can
NEW ASSORTED LIBBY'S JAMS (GLASS)............................20c
NEW APPLE BUTTER (MASON JAR)................................25c
NEW LOOSE PICKLES........................ ................3 for 5c
t NEW SAUER KRA'T.
NEW SWEET PICKLES...........................15c, 25c and 35c a bottle
PICKLED ONIONS.
AUG. SCHABEL,
SPATTERSON AND OLIVIER.
of having the Infant child of Nicholas
Lachutte christened, the infant died.
The child was five days old and was
born on the Stanton plantation.
The steamship Greenbrier, after un
dergoing considerable repairs in the
Algiers dock, left Tuesday for New
York.
The oil boat McDougall is In the
New Orleans dry dock, having a new
shaft put in.
MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER
SHOWER.
Sounds queer, don't it? But it
means just what it says. We waif
the housewives who are interested in
The King's Daughter's work to help
make this shower a great success, by
searching through their lockers for all
the old magazines and newspapers
they can find and send them to Mr. J.
Creighton Mathewes' store by the 26th
of this month. They will be assorted
and sent to headquarters and you can
rest assured you have served a good
canse. '
FINGER CUT OFF.
Theodore Dubret, whose butcher
business is located in the new market
in Teche street, suffered a very pain- .
ful accident Monday morning when he
lost part of one finger and severely
injured another by getting his hand
into an electric meat grinder. His
wound, while very painful, is not seri
ouis.
FAMOUS OLD BATH HOUSE. 44
One of the best-known places in the
old section of the town Is the Old
Famous Bath House, located at 828
Conti street, which is presided over
by Hon. Chas. Hantel as proprietor,
and A. Dorvin as manager. This
place, which has been in existence for
a good many years, has given relief
to dozens of people who have availed
themselves of the benefit derived by
the different kinds of baths, such as A
steam, Turkish, Russian, and sulphur
baths. The place is large enough to
give accommodation for fifty persons
at a time without taxing its capacity.
A trip through this wonderful place is
more than interesting, from the fact
that it reveals to those not acqualpted
with this class of treatment, why it is
beneficial to patronise a public institu
tion of this kind. There are many
compartments in the place where one
may enjoy any temperature he de
sires, from 60 degrees to as high as
he can stand, and there is every avail
able convenience offered, through at
tendants, to make these baths as near
ly perfect as possible. Everything is
clean and in sanitary condition, and
the place enjoys quite a large patron
age from people on this side of the
river. Mr. Hantel, who is well known
here, takes especial pride in showing
people from Algiers through here and
in catering to their wishes. In a short
while an addition will be added for
the accommodation at ladies, which
will be uptodate and arranged like
all first-class places are in the East.
Special days will be set apart for the
ladies, ais.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS
Remaining at Station A, New Or
leans postoffioe, week ending October
19, 1911:
Men-Richard Colwell, John Dusner,
Chas. P. Hyde, J. E. Harrison (R. to
W.), Joseph Robbln, 8. Seeger, Ed.
Williams.
Women--Mrs. Oheira Brown, Mrs.
Olivia Collin Mrs. Chollet Green,
Miss L. Jese, Mrs. B. 3. Mcord,
Mss w WMas.
A. . Lse art Postmuter.I
J. V. Dea4ulsl..t. Itafon A,
Cut Glass
A tery cheap LIME (.LASS imi(,1ton of O(' 1 l. s , ,~s "Irne,,d (ow
this tear and has bh n :;takn up b! , llsone of i::. .t.rits ~:.i' ern ),re;.
REAL CUT GLASS i, cut on pure
LEAD GLASS BLANKS.
LEAI G.LASS is one of the chief elemlent. o !1. t,, L.' of ('ut Gl.s..,
and is what gi'vs to the glass its per anll elnt Lt,;aut , i l 'irl:ilancy.
LIME GLASS
is the cheapest and onlnones' glass mad,, . alnd her.ofore has tweni
used only in ltmanufacturing the most ordinary neelsit ,'s. The u.'
of it In cut glass Tery" much rede'.es the cost, and its ini i.l hrilliancy
closely approaches the real lead glass. but this brilliane, is of ery
transitory duration.
LEAD G(LASS retains its brilliant y for all time.
LIME GLASS loses its brilliancy in a very short time
THE TEST.
Fortunately the test for real cut glass is a very simple one, and our
main object in presenting those lines to your notice is to tell you how
to test Lead Blank or
REAL CUT GLASS.
Lead Glass when tapped with a pencil or any other object will emit a
pure, clear, ringing sound, like the clearest bell. Lime Glass when
tapped in the same manner emits a dead and dull sound without the
ring.
We Will Not Pernmit a P'iece of
Lime Cut Glass
to enter our store. We guarantee every piece of Cut Glass we sell as
real Cut Glass. Every piece of Cut Glass entering our store comes
from the factory of some standard and reputable manufacturer.
D. H. HOLMES CO., Ltd.
Establlshed 1842.
NOW IS THE
TIME
To decide just what you will need to
buy for the home this fall In the
FURNITURE AND HOUSEFUR
NISIIING LINE.
No matter what you need, we
have It. Terms to slit yourself
cash, credit or terms
J. C. MATHEWES
Phone : Algiers 54. 38 Morgan St.
ALGIERS, LA.
New Barber Shop
rNeir nep uI Allm $rb
ln oharge of Christ Thrnompso
iWM. SALATNE, Preerihter
Prof.
Wilhelm Wiese,
TEACHER OF MUSIC
TERMS MODERATE
Apply at Salathe's Grocery or write
to 634 Baronne St.
Do you know that you can
buy at
The Hub
Corner Patterson and Olivier Streets,
School Supplies,
Childrens' Clothes
For both Boys and Girls.
Our Prices are Less Than Canal Street Prices. We
Are Willing to Prove This.
SPECIAL-We carry a nice and up-to-date line
of Knee Pants, in Straight-cut or Bloomers.
We also carry a nice line of Boys' Suits and Hats.
All styles and sizes.
A call to the HUB will convince you. We are al
ways glad to show you through our stock.
The Hub
CORNER PATTERSON AND OLIVIER STS.
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.
'Te dally arrival of oar ewspt
Stock of Plamea sad P oyer Please
so crowding our bes* or wasree
toat we are compelled to sacrdles a
number of high-lrade used pones to s
cure the neaeeserry ehlbbitle
Never before have we bad suech a ag
collecdon oa each Instrumenta, sad pe
lbly never aala will such ams pper
tultyt prsseat tself to buy em sech
terms and at such pries.
duin Hart Pin hms,Lti.
j. P. SIMMONS, Prod nt.
IS-iN eml s1RIE, .aM uMa
Hair Dressing
Latest styles in Hair Dreslag
for Weddings sad Parties. Pufa,
Switches and Wigs made to or
der, Grey Hair restored to its
natural shade, Children's Hair
Bobbd.
MISS ANTO1IO MOR, 237 Valsls St.

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