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THE HERALD.
_1__ D to the Upbullding of the WstSIde of the River. A very mtve and creditable weekly newpaper."-MANUFACTURERr RECORD.
VOL. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911. N.. 28
1 . . ... .. . . . . . . . . . . ., * No. 28
PERSONALS'
A N D OTHERWISE
. J. C. Ma hewes entertained on
p t the tirst of a series of au
lo lunc(hoons to be given during the
g. The lun' heon, of nine covers,
w given in honor of Mrs. Walter
ggry, of Shri eport. and the guests
eiled, in addition to the hostess:
p UMw'ard Wisner, Mrs. William
THE WHOLESALE HOUSE--THAT RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES
PLUMES-- PLUMES
FRIDAY-SATURDAY
Our Annual Plume Sale Begins
We wish to call your attention to
their exceptional values. Plumes
of most popular grades, made from
selected male stock of best quality
OUR THREE SPECIALS
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plume, made of high-grade male stock. Colors,
DOZEN RENCH CURL PLUMES, full
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DOZEN FRENCH CURL PLUMES, full 8S inches Made
SColor Black or White. RegularVprice, PLO. SPECIAL.. N YO5U
DOZEN FRENCH CURL PLUYES, full 30 inhes.R A v eAy
plumc, mde of high-grade mal tck. Colors, $3 o
Waits Rgulpri~ .00. SPECL.......
DOZEN FRENCH CURL PLUMES, full 38 inches. Eztra
_ wide stock and beaut4d shape; wide fibres and selected
male stock Most wooderfual value ever ofered. Colrs,
ASIDE FROM THE PLUMES DSCRIBED IN THIS AD. WE CARRY THE
- ALINE OF FRENCH AND WILLOW PLUMES IN THE CITY, PRICIES
GINO FROM 7k to p5.00.-EYERY PLUME OF BEST QUALITY--AND YOU
FULLY ONE-THIRD BY BUYING YOUR PLUMES HERE. EACH PLUME
A.ANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
.Up-to-th--Ntute -itne-rs
I ~* IIII... . . . .
McCracken Mrs. J. Wherry, Mrs. Roy
dan Douglas, Mrs. George Koppel, Mrs.
William Slack and Mrs. Prederick
Herr, of New York.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Shields, the yardmaster of the
Grand Isle railroad in Algiers, are con
gratulating them upon the arrival of a
bouncing baby girl during the week.
Mayor Behrman has appointed the
following from our district to the Na
tional Rivers and Harbors Convention
to be held in Washington, D. C., Dec.
6, 7 and 8: Dr. A. C. King, Dr. C. V.
Kraft, Major R. S. Stearnes, Jno. A.
Barrett and Geo. Herbert, Jr.
Superintendent Robley S. Stearnes,
of the Algiers Railway & Light Com
pany, stated that the material for the
extension of the line to the Immigra
tion Station has been arriving in large
quantities and the actual work will be
started in the near future. He said
the service will be inaugurated by Jan
uary 15.
Mrs. Wm. H. Ward presented her
husband with a baby girl last week.
Mrs. Hammond Sirey returned Sat
urday from Birmingham, Ala., after
spending ten days with relatives.
Arrangements for the euchre to be
given for the benefit of the Southern
Pacific strikers have been completed.
The euchre will take place to-night at
St. Mary's Hall. under the auspices of
the Willing Workers. An entrance
prize of ten barrels of coal which will
be delivered to the winner is offered
together with a number of other valu
able prizes. The committee in charge
is composed of the following ladies:
Mrs. K. McCormack, chairman; Mrs.
Joseph Tallon, ex-officio; Mrs. Henr.
C. Brown, Mrs. Ed. Spieler, Mrs. F.
Bailey, Mrs. Fred. Goebel. The games
will start at 8 o'clock. Admission will
be twenty-five cents and tallies will be
ten cents.
Lillian Olivier has returned to her
home in Buras after having spent two
weeks with her little cousin, Ernes
tine Stockfleth.
Mrs. A. Bilaggioi was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. J. Stockfleth, on
Sunday.
Robt. Chapman has accepted a posi
tion on the new steamer Isabella.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Watkins sympathize with them
in the loss of their baby.
Andrew Martinez, who is attending
the Infant Jesus College. spent a few
days with his mother, Mrs. C. P. Mar
tinez.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Casanova, Jr.,
have returned from Bay St. Louis. and
taken up their residence in our town.
Mrs. Edmond Borne presented her
husband with a baby boy.
Mrs. Wm. Babin and children spent
a few days in town, returning Tuesday
to Lafayette, La.
Mrs. Ray Whitworth of Jeanerette,
La., was the guest of Mrs. J. C. Ma
thewes last week.
Mrs. J. Creighton Mathewes expects
to leave shortly to attend the confer
ence of Club Women in Meridian, Mis
sissippi.
Mrs. Geo. Koppel entertained a few
friends at cards Saturday evening in
order to have her friends meet Mrs.
Chas. Winterhalter of Lake Charles,
La.
Mrs. W. H. Whittenburg presented
her husband with a fine baby boy last
Thursday morning.
Mr3. J. C. Mathewes entertained at
breakfast last week In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Herr of New oYrk
City.
Mrs. Chas. Winterhalter, of Lake
Charles, La., who has been the guest
of Mrs. Geo. Koppel for the past week,
is now the guest of friends in the
city. She will return home shortly.
There will be an entertainment and
bazaar given Saturday night at the
Knights of Columbus Hall for the ben
efit of the general fund of St. Margar
et's Daughters. Admission will be 10
cents.
Miss Eva Powell entertained a few
of her friends Tuesday evening in
honor of Paul Arnolie, it being his
nineteenth birthday. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Powell, Misses Ber
nice Hornosky, Hilda Korner, Eva
Powell, Loraine Powell and Alma
Smith; Messrs. Paul Arnolie, Leslie
Bostick, Walter Friach, Frank and
Amos and Charlie Powell. The eve
ning was spent most enjoyably by all
present. Refreshments were served
while they were entertained by music
and Mr. Powell's numerous and humor
ous Jokes.
The officers and members of the
Kindergarten Mothers' Club cordially
Invite all members and also the moth
ers having children in the kindergarten
who are not members, to be present at
their Thankagiving celebration, which
Is to be held in the kindergarten room
on Wednesday, Nov. 29th, at 9:30 a. !
Quite a surprise was tendered Mr.l
and Mrs. W. P. Salathe Friday night *
at their home in honor of the twenty-._
lfth anniversary of their wedding. A
most enjoyable evening was spent in b
.inging and dancing. Music was fur
aishel by 8alathe's orchestra.
Wmin. Talbot, while exercising at the
iymnasium at Jesuit's College, Friday I
last, fell and painfully sprained his
mnkla. He is able to be about with
the assistance of a cane.
WORTHY GUARDIAN HONORED. rI
Mrs. 8. G. Smith, guardian of -
Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cirele,l
returned Friday from a visit to In- 
Aependence, where she was the guest C
of Alva Grove, Woodmen Circle, they
ayving requested her to come up and
Initiate five candidates. The members -
of Alva Grove did everything in their d
power to make her visit enjoyable.]
After the initiation on Thursday a
banquet uwas held in honor of the visalt "
f Mrs. Smith and the five newly-made "
movereigns at the home of Mr. and $
Mirs. Osmond. A delightful time was"
bad by all, and on the departure for "
home a large bouquet of Sflowers was a
presented to Mrs. Smith, with the re- 1
uest that she come again, and next ~
ime for a longer stay. I
The following officers of Oranse
3rove No. 9, Woodmen Circle, visited
Loorn Grove at their hall in Urquhart
treet on Sunday, November 13:
Guardian Mrs'. . GSmith, Adviser
Mrs H. Jacobs, Clerk Mrs. C. A. BorI g
lea, Chaplain Mrs. T. V. Cuasanov,
Ittendant 85. G. Smith, Manager Mrs.l~
W. A. Short. p
Aoom rn Grove initiated five candidates tI
md the initiation wa conducted by
he Drill Team o the Grove, who ex- t
mustd their parts In a very aetditable I
mama'e, an deveryone vas loud In a
heir pralue qt the work deme by the
Solari'S
W. gladly furnish price. on tin,' and
ten-gallon k';eg.s of thle flnet 1911 crop
of Ioullsiana Sirop d fltatterie and IpPen
Kettle .Mola&.se Loulsiana llomn-mad..
P'reserved Figs. Canned Shrimp. C4an
ned Okra, G;lml)o File. C'role eaon
in. I)ouisiana ' 4ove O Iytero. In cans;
loAuiianla Preserved (' annetd ig'l. Ireol
iirana:i Flower Syrup. 4'reole .Mustard.
Sreole ,ome-made, Fruit 4'ake. i'ur
Loi.nlana hIonet . fIor the table. and th
finest 4RiEOLI: II.ENIl OF C'FEI.:,
"'OLARI'S EITE." In handsome sani
tary tin---no tin ever used the seeond
time by us.
Our Complete 11:and.e Catalog sent
to any address.
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SPECIAL NOTICE.
The court records show that Mr. T.
J. Walker has been divorced since
November 10, 1911.
(SignedI T. J. WALKER.
GIVE US A ('ALL.
While the other fellow is so dam
serious, you smile and be happy in an
ticipation of the dandy Turkey you can
get at SCHABEL'S for Thanksgiving.
NO ORDERS TAKEN AFTER WED
NESDAY!
Also home-made Mince Meat, with
citron, other fruit and Pure Cider.
Home-made Fruit Cake, the kind
you like so well.
Pure, Sweet Apple Cider, Just in
from New York. Send your pitcher
or Jug and get a quart for 10c. Don't
miss this; it is a treat. Never mind
what the Dago is selling; he can't
touch this quality.
Have you tried our Fancy Candies at
20c a pound?
New Nuts, 20c.
New Beans-White, Red, Lima; B.
E. Peas, Cow Peas, Split Peas-Just
from the bush.
Look at our Rice at Sc a pound.
Come around and see us, and the
good things at good prices.
Pure Leaf Lard, new Kraut, new
Tongue, new Ribs.
Sweet Potatoes, 25c bucket.
AUG. SCHABEL,
Patterson and Olivier.
$100 REWARD GOES TO LACOSTE
FAMILY.
Detectives and Patrolmen Agre They.
Want to Make Contribution.
To the general public, a policeman
is a big man, with a big club, who en
forces the law, at the peril of his life
and with the vigor that sometimes re
sults in cracked skulls. Seldom, i f
every-does the average citizen pause
to realize the size of the heart beating
beneath that blue coat. r
A telegram was reeeived from Mc.
Alester, Okla., several days ago by
Chief Long, asking that Louis Hougle,
a fugitive from justice from that city,
be arrested on sight, as he was in 1
New Orleans. A reward of $100 wasi
oaered for his capture.
Detectives James P. Glynn and Hen- t
ry Lttleton arrested the man after
they and Assistant Chief Monmmy, De
tectives Metbe, Dantonio, Diliman and
Patrolman Gregson had been uasigned t
on the ease. t
In their report to Inspector Rey.- d
nolds, the two deteetives say: "In talk- i
ing over the matter of reward with the o
detectives assigned on the case, it was t
the unanimous agreement that we e
would request you to ask the honor- a
able board of commisasioners of the c
police department, to turn over this s
P100 reward to the family of Patrol
man Lacoste, who was killed by the I
.epd James Edwards, while in the p
performance of his duty, on November p
1,.111, as we feel that this amount a
may'to some extent aleviate the suf- I
fering of his wife and children." *
-ENEFIT GAME FOR LACOSTE t
FAMILY.
One of the biggest benefit baseball t
games ever played in this city is
..ealiet for Sunday at Pelican Park, i
teams recruited from the detective and t
police forces to play for the benefit of i
the widow of the late Ofcer Laooste. a
Ticketa have been placed on sale for
the game and indieations point to a
handsomeu sm eing realised. Almost
very deteetive sand policeman uwho
ir bad say eormr4et exparene wll I!
be is the ge. d
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These Corsets are in strict accord with the ideas of women whQ
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They are superior in model and magnificently made by Corset de
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The "H. & W." is the most satisfactory Corset on the mar
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The Dr. Wm. H. WEAVER PROP
ERTY has been placed in our
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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,
fig and pecan trees planted. The
price low and terms to suit.
See us at once.
West Side Realty Co.
157 Delaronde,
R. A. Tansey, IManager.
THE OPEN COURT.
The People of Algiers As Good As Anf
in the State.
New Orleans, La., Nov. 15. 1911.
Editor of Daily Picayune: Having
been a reader of your valuable paper
for a number of years, I am going to
ask the privilege of a little space to
refute some of the charges contained
in a very objectionable article printed
in an afternoon paper of this date.
The article in question is aimed at
the dirty condition of the Canal street
ferry boats, and I am niot writing this
in defense of the ferry company, for
anyone who, like myself, takes four
trips a day on those boats knows that
there is plenty of room for Improve
ment.
But what I do take exception to is
the class of people pictured as riding
to and fro all day. Algiers, like other
districts in this or any other city, has
its poor, and we have no apologies to
offer for that, but any stranger reading
that article would imagine that "labor
ers," "hollow-chested Chinamen," and
a "cur dog" occasionally are the only
creatures crossing on the ferry to our
side of the river.
Mr. Editor, 1 consider that article a
base and malicious slander on the
people of Algiers. We, over here, are
proud of our suburb and we can point
with pride to the business as well as
social standing of our residents. As I
said before, I have been a frequent
passenger of the ferry boats for a num
ber of years, and I have yet to see a
trip when only tired men and women
and squalor are the only occupants of
the boats.
I don't know how much of a circu.
lation the paper in question has on
this side of the river, but I do think
it it increases &ter such an expresslon
of its views we deserve all we get.
E. 8. HAY,
430 Seguin Street.
Mr. Hay has reference to an article
in the New- Orleans "Item" of Wednese
day of last week.
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 regardles of value.
aStock of Pleae ad Pisyo os
a re d an rvnal e u au
oe reewdIa ouer obrtoe ao wenresem
cre the neuere y eRxldet r aue.
Never bheor kave we had seek a let
oll eIee of such Iastrasnts, sad ,
selbl aewr le wil seek am oppe
term ý at s le rl.es.e
dlnS arl Pian Iam ,Lti.
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FRESH GOODS
If you desire fresh vegetables
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son affords, we can supply you.
Our Sunday Special, POULTRY
and GAME. Wednesday and
Friday, FISH, PHRIMP, CRABS
etc.
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