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THE HERALD.
*Y. M the Upbsuldln o the Wet me o th River. "A very ve and creditable weekly newspaper.-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1911. N. 27.
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PERSONALS
A ND OTHERWISE
-vfma Workers of Algiers will
Spmsad progressive euchre on
, November 23, at St. Mary'M
L tbe benefit of the Southern
iers. 'The committee of
nts is as follows: Mrs. K.
chairlady: Mrs. Jos. Tal.
g- io; Mrs. Hy. C. Brown,
gg- Spieler, Mrs. F. Bailey and
ilE WHOLESALE HOUSE--THAT RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES
RIDAY-SATURADY
CHILDREN'S DAY
n't fail to read! - Don't fail to attend!
Another Big Purchase of
CHILDREN'S
HATS
Sale Friday and Saturday
Values Greater Than Ever
OR TWO SPECIALS:
dozen Misses and Children Hats, some qs above
cut, others in all different shapes, and
assortment of colors to select from. 1 t
hat worth double the sale price, 8
-' SPECIAL - - - -
'dren's Nap Beavers
dozen Children's Nap Beavers,
some trimned with large Pom n
Porn of Satin Ribbon, others U
(Gros Grain Ribbon arountcrown
bow on side, colors black, brown,
and cardinaal. iar $3 aim aalm, Ui
Hats Trflmmed FreeE ?
DEPT. WIOLESALE DEPT.:
..an.m gr. UU USe'U- Ue--A m n aT.
Mrs. F. Goebel. The dmission is 25
cents esd tally cards will be ten cents.
The entrance prize will be two barrels
of coal. The games will start prompt.
Iy at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Luft announce
the coming marriage of their daughter
Henriette to Chas. J. Adams. The
wedding will take place Wednesday,
November 29, at 5 o'clock at Trinity
Lutheran Church.
'Mrs. Harry Cahn, of Biloxi, Miss.,
is spending some time with her par
ents, Judge and Mrs. Sam Levy, of
Blidell avenue.
Thos. Goff left to-day for Bogalusa.
He will return Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sprada, of Mor
gan~treet, are busy receiving congrat
ulations on the arrival of a fine son
at their residence last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Webert have
returned from their bridal tour.
Jos. Duffy left Friday for a business
trip through Florida.
Mrs. B. Gilder and children were
weekend visitors to Lafayette, La.
Mrs. J. W. Booth and baby returned
Monday from Jackson, Miss., where
they were the guests of Mrs. Booth's
mother.
Mrs. B. H. Harrison spent a few
days with her sister, Mrs. A. S. Dan
iels.
Finest Pecans Raised in
the South !
Solari'S
Were Fortunate
This year in getting the major portion
of the crol,--and as it Is the only pecan
of Its kind --extra large, rich in meat.
full of flavor, and can be used as sted
as well as for the table---we will sell at
the very low price of ONE DOLLAR A
POUND.
Thankgliving is a week closer than
when last we called attention to the- im
portance of ordering for the occasion
early.
If you do not receive what you ex
pected to get, you can return at our ex
pense. We will credit your account or
refund your money. Write for our com
plete catalogue.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
ROYAL AND IBRRVILL BSTRUETr
Miss lone Lampton was the guest
of the Misses Maxwell for a few days
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Gaspard, of
2311 Dumaine street, are busy receiv
ing congratulations on -the arrival of
a fine baby girl at their home last
week.
The school board instructed Super
intendent Gwinn to make the arrange
ments for the schools to participate in
the welcome to be given the steamboat
New Orleans which is expected here
Nov. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. Channing,
former residents of our town, who have
been living in Newport News, have
removed to Richmond, Va., to reside.
Mrs. A. Kerr of New York arrived
last Thursday to spend some time
with Mrs. A. H. Verret and Mrs. J.
Duffy of Oliver street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lang, Jr., have
the sympathy of their many friends in
the loss of their infant son, Ernest
Melvin. The funeral will take place
at 4 o'clock this Thqrday afternoon
from the family home,,No. 233 Web.
ter avenue.
The marriage of Miss Elenor Dyer,
daughter of Eugene F. Dyer, former
ly of our town, to Fenwick Eustis, Jr.,
was celebrated Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock at Christ Church Chapel.
The wedding was a quiet affair with
only a limited number of guests at
tending.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. B. Russell of Alex
andria are visiting their sister, Miss
Julia McCluskey, having Just returned
from a trip to the north and the east,
including the Shriner's convention in
Rochester.
Mrs. Perry Harding presented her
husband with girl twins on Sunday
morning.
Hart's Great
Bargains
IN USED PIANOS AND
PLAYER PIANOS.
For a FPew Days Oly
We need the roomn and they'v
got to go regardlt m of vlue.
- erwllag ea e Jm or weesrem
nest we sme egeapslesa W a e a
senieis lam fli°si m as' pee .
r .n sr. aS seeh prmi
hl eslt alaImLti
L. P. SIMOS, P erst, b
IGNW Ma mIME, Wm IM <
NOW IS THE
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e us eat what se ss
J. c. MATHEWES
Jwa kas &a .
FRESIH GOODS
If you desire fresh vegetables
and all of the varieties the sea
son affords, we can supply you.
Our Sunday Special, POULTRY
and GAME. Wednesday and
Friday, FISH, SHRIMP, CRABS
etc.
BERNARD FABARE.,
St. John's Market.
Hair Dressing
Latest styles in Hair Dressing
for Weddings and Parties, Puffs,
Switches and Wigs made to or
der, Grey Hair restored to its
natural shade, Children's Hair
Bobbed.
MISS ANTONIO MOROY, 237 Valltts St
Mrs. H. Beaumont of Austin, Tex.,
who has been the guest of her sister.
Mrs. N. Sims, will leave shortly for
home.
Miss Mollie Kinkard is spending a
while with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Ii.
Babin, in Lafayette, La.
Ed. Oussett spent Saturday and Sun
day with his family.
Mrs. L. Kinkaid spent Thursday and
Friday with friends in Berwick.
Misses Carrie Smith, Alice and Wil
helmina Sharp, of Mandeville, were
visitors to Mrs. L. Lala last week.
The rainstorm which prevailed Sun
day morning did much damage to
trees, fences, roofs and telegraph poles.
Three electric light poles, one at Pat
terson street and Atlanta avenue, Pat
terson and Verret streets, and Webster
and Eliza streets, were blown down.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorman of Hendee
street are receiving congratulations
on the arrival of a baby boy at their
home.
HAY RIDE.
On last Friday a most enjoyable sus
gar-house party was given to the Au
rora plantation by a crowd of our
young folks. Two large wagons were
furnlshed through the kindness of Sid
Caflero. Sandwiches and other delic
ious refreshments were served. Many
thanks were extended to young Mr.
Norman of Aurora for his kindness to
the party.
Those participating were: Misses
Ruth Pettigrove, Halcyon and Katie
Rhodes, Eugenla Herbert, Irma Dan
iels, Vloa Lilly, May and Roberta
Hafresbring, Emma and Ethel Rhodes,
Carrie and Mattle Lilly, Daisy Daniels
and Florence Deseamus; Messrs. Wal
ter Lilly, Adam and Anthony tauman,
Thos. Rhodes, S. M. Cafiero, Mr. Bar
rett and Mr. Duplant
The party was chaperoned by Mrs.
Robt. Hakesbring.
MASS MEETING TO-NIGHT.
At the Elmira Pleasure Grounds to
night and under the auspices of the
striking railway employes, there will be
a mass meeting held which will be ad
dressed by Rev. John A. Didlittle, of
Ch'cago. The other speakers of the
evening will be Roland James and Hy.
Frohman. The meeting will be called
to order at 8 p. m.
Organiser Lenhoff spoke at a meet
ing held Sunday at Contessa Hall in
the interest of the railway strikers.
Mr. Inhodff is of Waco. Texas, and is
one of the special orgnlsers of the
Sheet Metal Workers of America. He
gave the boys a good deal of encour
agement and urged them to continue
along the safe and sane lines they
have established in fighting the rail
roads. Mr. Lenhoff left for Atlanta,
Oa., where he goes to attend a con
vention of the heads of the different
railway organizations.
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
The boxes that were sent out for
the payment of the debt upon the rec
tory will be due this Sunday, and it is
hoped that all who have not as yet
sent them in will please do so, that
tn vestry will be in a positlon to li
quidate the obligations resting on the
parish.
The regular monthly meeting of the
ledies' Guild will take place at the
rectory next Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. A full attendance is request
Owing to the sudden change in the
weather, no dombt the attendance of
the Sunday school fell way below par.
The samlet recorld in many a month
was noted. Let s all try ad lbe in
our pIces next Sunday.
The rector notes with pleasure the
Formation of an Altar Guild from
among the larger girls of the Sunday
sehool, members of the class taught
by Mrs. W. 8. Slack. At a meeting
held at the rotery hlast Friday night
the orgsatsation was perfected with
the followlng oeers: President, Miss
Madeline Vesken; vice-president, Miss
Alma Porsler; secretary, Miss Velsa
Boylan; treasurer, Miss Hattie Buch
bols. The objset of this OGuild is the
car ed Mtsafle to the thlgs per
rsalate a the sared rites o the
-ara, mok espeiael re td to the
-i, lg la thet eltes of -a
-- t - ~s a at there m
Ladies' Evening Slippers
W e hayr a "-dl and c,,, lete -,c k i i.
v'nin.g tiiile4r-. ,f the late.t ,n 1 i ,1, ' L
a , .at , cin L ah, ,r l aim t . I ' ih t '
,r the i,\v heel t,,r utng - - t ! rice a ' ."
ir mu
$3.50 to $8.00
\\hite. P'i k. k luc. Cral. llcle i . I'i * 'len et,
LCan.aryv. Xci' ý. , ,]d Kil , , 'I1.
Children's Shoes
nli. mited \arietv f (Chihlren'- S .- in rci uln r
or ih Cut. Turn r W\elt soled. n "F,,.ot ',rmn "
la.,ts-. and made up \ery stli-lih by having. a little
t ,uch here andt there that \l, i%\ ill a t find iu l he
average ;,hoe store.
.\ls, Sh - and Slippers in fancy co,1,r
Prices range from
$1.00 to $3.50
D. H. HOLMES CO., Ltd.
Estabiehed 1842.
DON'T FORGET THAT
HAVE MOVED FROM CAMP AND CANAL STREETS TO
THEIR NEW OPTICAL PARLORS
No. 1.16 Baronne Street
RIVERSIDE "
- -s
THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOOSE.
Latest Sanitary Improvements. - New Management.
Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents.
-Plain Baths 3 Cents-
DR. J. LOUIS CASAUBIEILH, Chiropodist.
A. A. DORVIN, Manager
m8 Conti Street, - - New Orleans.
Home Cleaning and Pressing Club. Phone Main 381t
Now is your time to
get the choicest home
in all McDonoghville
The Dr. Wm. H. WEAVER PROP
ERTY has been placed in our
hands for sale and WILL BE
SOLD WITHIN THE NEXT TEN
DAYS. This property is a mod
ern cottage with electric lights,
bath, etc. Has seven rooms, hall,
closets and in first-class repair.
Lot measures 66 x 159; plenty
room for cottage on corner and
one rear of the lots. Orange,r
fig and pecan trees planted. The
price low and terms to suit.
See us at once.
West Side Realty Co.
Phone Alg.-503. 500 Verret street,
R. A. Tansey, Manager.
dours upon it. The young ladies in
charge for the present month are the
Misses Josephine Forrest and Alma
Tutts.
In his sermon last Sunday night,
which was from the text II Kings, iv.
26 v.: "Is it well with the child?" the
rector spoke of the movement which
it is hoped will be launched in our city
known as the "Big Brother Move
ment." This is non-sectarian, unde
nominational in scope and the object
of it is to help the boy who has fallen,
to be in reality what the name calls
for, a "big brother" to some- boy who
needs the help and encouragement
that comes from knowing that some
one ;s looking out for him, has a real
vital interest in his welfare. No one
is useless in this work so long as he
can be a friend to some one else. On
Monday night of next week, tbat is on
Monday, the 20th, at 8 p. m., there is
going to be a meeting of those inter
ested in tis movement at Trinity par
ish boue, OoUssum street, next to
Jacks aveme, e6 yewa rotor ear
estly hopes that there will be many
men from this congregation who will
show their practical Christianity by
their presence and enlistment In the
cause. There are no dues in connec
tion with it, but there Is work, service
of the right sort. Let all who can go
meet at the old church at 7:25 p. m.,
and catching the 7:30 ferry be there
on timt for the opening of the meet
Ing.
The rector delivered The second ad
dress in the course of lectures in our
Sunday School Institate at Christ
Church chapel last Tuesday night.
Since last repor be followlg lrve
contributed to t1 Birthday Guild:
Mrs. E. O'Connor, Catherina Brown
and H L. Hoyt; V Louisa A. Urn
bach, Cz'lae e Wagner, ILeona
Schieb, rma'E. ufts and Flore ~
E. Borne; Messrs. George W.
George Herbert, Jr., Rev. W.
F. C. Wagner, Sr., Ferdinan
son and Algernos. Hartnett;
ters R. -Emmet Hlie and Louis A.
.Murphy.

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