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oevod t the Uplldine of the West ie of the River. "A very lve an creditable weakly newipaper."-MANUFACTURERr RECORD. SXIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911. N. 30. PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE S. Platt, of the Morgan liner El spent a few days here after an pace of several years. g Kanights of Pythias will hold a l emorial service at Odd Fel ' all, in Camp street, on Sunday, eg-ber 11th. Vis Eula Catchot of Oceans m-_ Miss., spent a few days here, Sgfest of Miss .lJuanita Barrett. gi-es Katie Stenger and Maggie js are spending a month in Mem pain Charles Mott and family p- returned from Abita Springs, es they spent the past year. s. C. Graft spent Sunday at Man Ile, La., the guest of Mrs. Prud grge Pelldrane and family, for -, of Houma. l.a., have removed :our town to reside and taken up jr residence in Belleville street. base Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cir .,#ill elect officers at their regu raathly meeting today. All toem Sare urged to be present. gj, John Chapter, Order of the -arn Star, will elect officers on tE WHOLESALE HOUSE--THAT RETAILS AT WHOLESALE PRICES IUR ANNUAL PLUME SSALE STILL GOING ON Oly a short tiaie before XMA1 --.ake your selection early--Nothing will make mother, sister, wife - or sweetheart happier than a French Curl or Willow Plume--We have themn 1L3 Less than other stores We guarantee value or money refunded. ur Friday Specials: $16.00-Willows $11.98 .. DOZEN WILLOW PLUMES GUARANTEED TO BE HAND UCTED MADE STOCK--COLORS BLACK AND WHITE RPECIALFRIDAY.......... , AND MADE FROM SE- 1.98 $20.00 Willows $14.98 DOzEN WILLOW PLUMES GUARANTEED TO BE HAND TIED, ABSOLUTELY PERFECT, AND MADE FROM 8EL ECTED MADE STOCK-COLORS BLACK AND WHITE. SPECIAL FRIDAY ................... .................... e carry the largest line of French Curl Plumes in the city. Prices ranging from 1.0o0, $1.50, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00. AND UPWARDS. entire line of Beavers, Plush, Velvet and Felt Shapes have been GREATLY REDUCED. *Hats TriCmUm Free ýýI£ SMAN-WEINFELD MILINERY CO, Up-tp-the-Minute Milliners. A DEPT.: WHOLESALE DEPT.: MAOGASZN ST. a1I48M68 MAGAZInE ST. Monday night. It is urged that all members be present. Mrs. Ernest Ditch of Morgan City spent a few days here last week. Bishop J. M. Laval was a visitor to Algiers on Sunday, and was tendered a reception by the parochial school children after the high mass. His Grace, who was Just recently elevated to the distinguished ofece, has many friends in Algiers, who Joined with the Marist Fathers in extending a most cordial welcome to him on the occasion of his first visit since being consecrated. Harold C. Malone of Montgomery, Ala., spent a few days here, the guest of Mr and Mrs. Fred Goebel. Fred Pefferkorn returned to Lafay ette Monday, after spending a few days here. Mrs W. Iiggins presented her hus band with a bouncing baby boy last week. Mrs. J. B. Collins and family have removed to the city, where they will reside in the future. The marriage of Miss May Luella Hahn to Wm. P. Kerner of McDonogh rille took place Thursday evening at the Gretna courthouse, Judge Dauen hauet performing the ceremony. The ceremony was performed in the pres ence of many relatives and friends of the couple, who afterward showered the couple with rice that literally cov ered the courthouse from one end to I the other. The following acted as witnerses: Miss Theodosla Martin, r Philip Hahn, George Hahn and Mrs. William Ward. Mrs. Maggie Aucoin and Henry E. I Meyers. both well known in Algiers, I were quietly married last week at the 3 Church of the Holy Name of Mary by I Rev. Father Delaire. Mr. Meyers is an engineer on the Southern Pacific 1 road. The couple will make their home az No. 221 Pelican avenue. Last Wednesday evening, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Miss Henri etta Lutt and Charles J. Adams were married by Pastor Schliesser in 'the presence of relatives and friends, who fairly filled the pretty little edifice. Miss Emma Donewar and Sidney Adanms, the groom's brother, were the attenoants. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Luft,'in Delaronde street, and the couple received many presents. Mrs. W. J. Nelson and ltitle son Willis returned Monday after a visit - of a month in Gulfport. t Mrs. Alfred Ricker and little daugh ter Anna left Friday for Lafayette, e La. Mrs. Dan O'Connor returned from f Hammond after a visit to Mrs. Hy. I Donnenfelser. John Duffy left Tuesday for Yazoo 3 City, Miss. Mr. and AMrs. B. H. Harrison were guests of Mir. and Mrs. A. S. D)aniels Thanksgiving Day. Miss Adriel Lennox has returned from Lake Charles, La. Rev. K. W. Dodson of New Iberia is the guest of Captain and Mrs. \VW. R. Pettigione during the annual con ference. Miss Norma Higgins will be the honored guest of her brother, William Higgins, during the holidays. E. O. Payne of Natchitoches and G. C. Jones of Luella. La., will be the guests of Miss Norma Higgins during the 1912 Carnival season. Mrs. WV. Smith of Baton Rouge was the guest of Mrs. L. Kitrkaid. Mrs. L. P. Bach, who underwent a serious operation at the Hotel Dieu is doing nicely. Captain .lJames Garland left Satur day for an intended trip to Baltimore, New York, Washington and Chicago. 1I. Huell and daughter Myrtle have been the guests of Mrs. L. Kinkaid for the past week. The wedding of Robert Case) to M.iss Lee McClean is announced to take place soon. Mrs. A. Oswald presented her hus band with a baby girl. A ).MI'S IIATS. GROCER ROBBED. Wh:le waiting on a customer in his grocery at 6:45. o'clock Monday morn ing at: unknown thief entered the rear of thea premises of Jack Bivona, of Newton street and Elmira avenue, and stole from the dresser drawer in his bedroom $110. Bivona, who conducts a grocery and bar, told the police that he had been in the room a few minutes before. The customer gave him a bill to change and when he went into his bedroom he fcund his dresser had been ran sacked. READ--LISTEN. Tag day has past. Money is again plentiful. Have a care how you use it. BUY AT SCHABEL'S and get your value Good weight and good groceries mean cheap pur chases. Our goods are all guaran teed. You can't lose. You are bound to be a wsiner. Get our cheap price on sugar this week. AUG. SCHABEL PATTERSON AND OLIVIER STS. TAG DAY IN ALGIERS. Tag Day, which was observed gen erally throughout our district, in the interest of the striking Southern Pa. cifc employee, met with quite a con siderable amount of success, due in a great measure to the ladies who exer cised that part of the work as colle.c tors. There were, indeed, very few peo pie who did not respond liberally, and It is stated that our district will comrn pare favorbaly in the amount raised with any in the city. The ladles whc were in charge of Tag Day on thi side of the river were out early in the morning, so as to be on hand in time to tag those who are also up early The amount collected seems to he qugaite satisfactory to those in charge of the campaign. The sum of $1, 378.77 was realised and will be de voted to the relief of those now on a strike and not able to supply the im mediate demands of their families. Mayor Behrman was one of the ear ly purchasers of a tag, and was oan of the few who paid $5.00 to be tag ged. Hart's Great Bargains IN USED PIANOS AND PLAYBR PIANOS. For a Pow Days Only We need the room and they've got to go regirdles of vale. ast m i O emsi meU taa we msare opdls emedi n e m te seusen rnuj rneb mane Mesri bds hav-e we h i nseck a m slseism St esea harwmsetn, sad gOe o7 m seenn se m sp a . Think it Over ih rin iI la} fatll. un M tlday. Soii far thrie did. 11of thl nm nth ll l re ; _Inn'gIl. T'1hr.e 111~re'". a-. :? llll rolilt . I'r h d ce h.1 "" neithir snow or rain you have ei'_hthlln 4l: - left to do your I'h'lr l:st s ALL RETAIL MERCHANTS I'. Ilnilklll Ih ir ll rpurcl; w. for the hull Ma.'4 anti|ipate their n1,"1",<. haed ulpoin chl Ir 1..st expel'ltatlunt . If the det nlid ex'," il I heir pure-hl . <amell'i, is I ~iI101 Tn l It " di:allppolli. d -hi 11, - I h o :rb ,.-S it I II I Il% the pur hal er. THE EARLY SHOPPER It 11 t. ah- dvtantl-a.e of :,e,,ti, n i-th . putl - It tif b1, t I II, , f oiVr. iand the prllrTsi. t nI tl r ;-'it left. SO IF YOU WANT TO BE SURE ft' , ,a" holih ly l urrha.l order ,,"l:']. ;linlI if \loilr r g d< tln l'l't ilrrite pr l'llll yil I 1Itl1if\" "unr ul,"r,'hanti to look oIfter 1h1" -hilmi:t-I'l t anii have It hurried thir.,mi h. WHEN IT COMES TO THE NEED OF THE TABLE ili-1 t.,intmn int it the last mrinent Is i llllll 1rn 11.1 i spo ils the dinnl ir. NOW EVERYBODY KNOWS Solari's A. M, & J OLARI, Ltd. ROYAL AND IBERVILLE 8TRB~Ir liirt Inlmporters of Fine Groceries,. ell. itat'ls. Table Foals. Fine Wines, Park & Tilford's MI Favorita Cigars. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Order Railroad Conductors. At a regular meeting of Algiers Di vision No. 383, O. R. C., held Sunday, Nov. 26, the following officers were elected: C. H. Lusted, chief conductor; H. Ja;gon, assistant chief conductor; J. J. Vanderlinden, secretary and treasurer; J. C. Reeves, senior con ductor; W. D. Morgan, junior conduc tor; J. E. Dalas, inside sentinel; W. H. Crouch, outside sentinel; George Hor nosky, M. Hotard and W. S. Dwyer, trustees; H. D. French, H. Jagon and J. Kelly, L. C. of A. Crescent Lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythias. Crescent Lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythias, has elected the following offi cers for the ensuing year: R. Chestnut, chancellor commander; L. J. Burton, vice chancellor; A. 8. Covell, prelate; J. B. Babin, master of work; C. Ber thaut, master-at-arms; B. H. Babin, keeper of records and seal; George Lecourt, master of finance; L'J. Peter son, master of exchequer; C. Miller, inner guard; Louis Martin, outer guard; J. B. Babin, grand representa tive; L. J. Burton, alternate; C. Miller, Janitor; E. E. Babin, organist; E. J. Mothe and J. B. Babin, general relief comm!ttee; R. Chestnut, J. B. Babin and C. Berthaut, committee of nine. 8TS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS The following officers were eelcted to serve Sts. John Lodge for the year 1912: Louis Acker, W. M.; F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosier, J. W.; George Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary; W. Senat, tyler; H. 8. Manson, S. D.; Thomuas H. Reagan, J. D.; W. H. Lahausen, M. of C.; C. A. Sutherland, Chaplain; J. M. Conuget and B. H. Borne, stewards; George Herbert, Jr., organist. JOHN BUCK DEAD. After spending eighteen years In an inane asylum, John Buck, an old re ident of Algiers, and one of the oldest members of Crescent Lodge No. 2, K. of P, passed away at Jackson, La., Wednesday. His body was brought to Algiers to day and the fiuneral will take place from Mothe's Pneral Parlors. John Buck-one week, $1.00. The members of Crescent Lodge for the past eighteen years have heard the above read out at each meeting for this great length of time-John Buck, one week, $1.00. Not only has Cresent Lodge con tributed $52 per year for the past elghteen years, but he and his wife received many donations, asu is cus tomnary with Pythian orders through out the land. The present tgenera tion knows very little of John Buck, but those who knew him state that he was a good man, a worthy provider for his family and an honorable mem ber of the order to which he belonged. Iis old-time friends regret the eighteen years of misery that he has endured and it naw becomes their duty to look after his widow. CATHOLICS MAY EAT MEAT FRIDAY. For the irst time in the history of the present day Catholics, a special decree has been issued by the pope, permitting Catholics to eat meat on Friday, Decemlpr 8, the feast of the lmmaculate Conception. Announce ments were made trom the pulpits Sunday by the. instructions of Arch hihop Bleak. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Prizes for the School Children Read Carefully I l abl t-ir i- - i r' hl" w! .l. db ratI , ll i n i a, ,' I I Ir, ,t _ l" )t I ,. , ' tl h i idu,,F I tll otf 'I th ii,'' u i. - ul u.. , l ..i. u, ,'.,//, - i.u I" ,! ,. " tl t, . . t.u " . i el:1 J.l 11 , , , I t fn ,1. olr It ie o 1 #l t,0 , " . ,1,s1 , ,,. ,l . .. ,, e € . ... . , 1 , :ti t Ilfl. r II t\ ,1 il't . " , ill . 41 11 t u r .Ii tll . , , add aill 'ci ,"i I j, \i l \ l 1.6ia l li" 1 ' 11 , 1 .I i ii 1: 1. ' . , 1 11.1'' a _ . 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IOnly rue dlalwinl, receivil Try yoHur hand :t dra-winl Santi : 4'1, I.. and dI.n't f'.rri 1, that the *irawivln ipalp.lr and 4llre.ltiontll are t htlnl-ia l fre." at the . 1",rr,. 11,l4 tell /,.,11' f, i**t i d to mine' it antd re' the dr.'elrings. D. H. HOLMES CO., Ltd. Estaldisahd 1842. PAINFUL ACCIDENT. On Tuesday, at 1:25 p. m., Patrol man Frank Williams reported that Fred Camus, aged 28 years, of 719 Eliza street, had met with a very pain ful accident while at work in the Southern Pacific Company's yards at the head of Alix street. Camus had his left foot crushed between the draw-heads of two cars, the engine be ing in charge of Engineer John E. Col lins of 528 Elmira avenue. Camus was immediately taken on board of the Southern Pacific transfer boat and conveyed to the city, where the ambu lance awaited him. He was then taken to the hospital, where it was found necessary to amputate two toes on the left foot. CHAS.A.KAUFMAN CO. LIMITED Dryades, Euterpe and Polymnla Sts. It Pays to Shop Early at the Big Store "Early to shop, early to buy, lmakes ererybody weelthy and wise." CAN YOU AFFORD TO WAIT AND MISS THIS OPPOR TUNITY? Our early morning speclals have proven a wlnner. All those who have benelted by thee sale s in the past were more than satisaied 2 with the values received. Read a every line of tlhi "ad.." asake out your list this eve and be one of the brat here to-morrow mornnlag. REMEMBER: None sold to dealers; none seat C. O. D.; no telephone or mall orders. Santa Claus is here-bring the children to the BIG STORE. Santa Claus, as usnaual, will appear at 8 a. . and hold his dally reception, distribut lwould hardly pay for the material in ome; positely worthe trom $15.00 up to $1s.0 -Extra pecil, at...................6.. . WOMEN'S $12.50 OARACUL COATS SPECIAL .AT .......................................... Beautiful black curly Cnaracul ILong Coats, with large shawl collar; coat flrl lined well-made and tery stylIsh, being one of the very neweo modl; de m ell regu oar at $12.50-Extra apeca$l for 7 co Extra le onl th......... ................................................. WOMEN'S VELOUR HATS;: WO RTH $4.50 to $6.00- 2.50 SPECIAL ................................................ These hat, are poeltlvely the latest of thin season's model., made of genuine Velour, In black and all colors, In a broad variety of shapes, to mult most any face. Our regular price from $4.50 to $6.00- L"SU Extra Special for thin male .................................... CORDED SILK HAlTS ; WORTH $1.50 to 42.50- SO Oft Don't miss this one. After 1 p. m. to-morrow you will never get this aname "p portunity. Women's Corded Silk and P'ersian Silk Hats, In all medium and large shape.; positively worth $1.50 to $2.50- U -t Extra Special for this sale................................... GIRLS' HIGH BOOTS; SIZES 9 to 2; 129 WORTH $2.00......................................... One of our star Morning Specials; one that we expect to crowd the Shoe Depart ment to Its very doors with. Girls' and Misses' high-button black kid hoots. with patent leather tips, patent leather high-top cufs and silk tassel: all siaes, from girls' 9 up to young women's size 2. Remember, you can't buy them before 8 a. m. or after 1 p. m. for less than $2.00- 1.29 Extra Special between those hours, the pair.................... .2 FRESH GOODS If you desire fresh vegetables and all of the varieties the sea son affords, we can supply you. Our Sunday Special, POUGLTRY and GAME. Wednesday and Friday, FISH, BHRIMP, 0BB3 etc. BERNARD PABARNS, St John's Market. Hair Dressing Latest styles is Hair Dressing for Weddings uad Parties, Pets, Swrit ad Wigs ads to er derGry Hair restored to its satural shade, Children's Hair Bbbed. MISS ANTOIIO MOIOY, 237 Vallel St.