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Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1912. No. 45. FERSONALS I AND OTHERWISE SJals. H. Kepper presented het and with a bouncing baby boy ,WM morning. The B. B. C.'s met last Friday at t home of Dorothy and Carlotta ,raft and elected omcers. The follow Mg were elected: Emily Slack, presi. dust; Ida Harvey, vihe-president; The setlta Harvey, secretary, and Car etta Krait, treasurer. Mrs. A. Gisch, of New York, is the past of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Gisch. Little Theodore ilubret, aged eight 10M who was bitten last week by a iL eY. is recovering from the ef Next Wednesday Rev. Wm. A. Barr, a Christ Church. Aill be the preacher at Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church. W. A. Dilzell. piresident of the Stand. sad Electric Construction Co. of this duy, left Saturday evening for Bron jell, Tex.. to install an electric plant; ais provide the electric illuminations hr the Kirby I.umlber Company of that dl. A handsome oil painting of Daniel 'Camnell, the noted Irish patriot. was amnted formally to Division No. 9, Acient Order of Hlibernians. Sunday taraing, when the members assembled g St. Mary's Hall before proceeding to t. Patrick's Church to participate in There Are Reasons Why Women Like to Patronize Sj; This Millinery Store of Guaranteed Satisfaction ! ST" HOUSANDS of women have become patrons of this j store and look to us for everything they need in up-to the-minute millinery. Two big reasons lie behind this fact. First, we secure and exhibit the prettiest and most i artistic designs shown anywhere in the city, and do this con siderably ahead of other stores. Second, we offer these ex clusive and dainty designs in our retail store at our whole- " sale prices. Here you can obtain the most attractive Hats • found in New Orleans at prices you would believe to be . almost impossible in any other store. EASTER HATS Trimmed Absolutely FREE! ACH year we have offered to trim all hats FREE if the materials and shapes are bought here, and so great has been' the success of this plan, that we now renew the offer for this year. Beginning Thursday, March 21st, 1912, we will trim all Hats FREE until after Easter. Prices on our Shapes, Plumes, Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons and accessories are already as low as they can be be made, and with this offer of FREE TRIMMING UNTIL EASTER, you can have the very Hat you want at even a lower price than you had expected to pay. Be one of the first and get your order in early-orders must be filled in the order received, but we will guarantee delivery of all Hats by EASTER MORNING. . Friday and Saturday Friday and Saturday . 50 do childre's and M.isses Trimmed Milans and Javas. 10 dos. Children's and Misses Poke Bonnets trimmed. Hats Regular $.00 Value. Friday and Saturday that to see them is to appreciate them. Regular2A 8 a le fat value. Sale Friday and Saturday------- Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Company R EARTM E NTr r -"Up-to-the-Minate.iliners"" WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT B te6~0d ~AZIIIIP TR~F ~'~'4% the mass in honor of Ireland's patron. The picture is the gift of Hon. Martin S. Mahoney. Capt. and Mrs..Harry J. Thompson of Abita Springs, have as their guest Miss Gladys Wilcox of Westerly, R. I. Miss May Kline and Miss Maude An derson spent Sunday in Abita Springs with Capt. and Mrs. Harry J. Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Aucom are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival a of a fine baby girl at their home in r- Belleville street since March 12th. The marriage of Miss May DeVoe to Conrad Frisch was celebrated last Thursday by Judge Thos. P. Maher. The attendants were Miss Hazel Sen ener and Vannie Cristadoro. Another new mov'ng picture thetre is in prospect for Algiers, the promot it er of which is said to be Ed Caftero, a a well-known and energetic citizen of our district. Mr. Cafiero, it is under stood, has several sites in view and r, he intends to locate the amusement r resort as near as possible to the center of the district. The plans are not yet I. complete, but will be shortly, when a further details will be announced. It t- is assured that it will be a thoroughly modern and up-to-date establishment a and an ornament to the immediate t neighborhood in which it is to be lo cated. MI rs. W. A. Nelson returned home s from Morgan City after spending a ). few days with her mother. Y John Clark is visiting his parents, d Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark. o T. Graham is home from Shadyside a plantation. La Cuisine Creole A ('OIJEA'TION) (IF '('IIN.lRY EMl 'I iPEN4 from leading chefs and noted Creole housewives, who have made New Orleans famous for Its cuisine. This book contaln 26) pages of Creole Cookery, and In order to Induce our pa trons to find out what a fine Salad (11. and palitable one it is, for medicinal purposes, a Iook will be given with every purchase of a 70-cent bottle of OUR I)DURT FRE~A'H foLI'E 01I.. This offer stands good only while the books last, and don't forget the - -o tIE-----. Solari's - - - - - -- -- - - - A. M. & J. SOLARI, tld. MAIN OI'USE-Royal and Ibervllle Sts., one block below Canal Street. E. J. Lorio spent a few days home with his family. from Grammercy, La. T. Giblin of Grammercy, La., spent a few days with his family. Mrs. W. Craig and children, of Mis sissippi City, paid a visit to Algiers. Miss Mattle Craig, of Gulfport, wat in Algiers Thursday. Miss Lillian Klink spent Sunday at Gulfport. -Master Dwight Salathe spent Sunday at his parents' home in Bay St. Louis, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Matteson and sons returned after spending three weeks at Bay St. Louis. Little Helen James returned home from Bay St. Louis. The many friends of Master Emery Wilson will regret to learn of his ill. ness. Prof. Charles Niermann will preach to-night at the German Lutheran church. On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Story Hour at the Library will be resumed. Miss Ella Hotard, one of our popular young ladies, will be the story.teller. All children are invited to attend. . rs. B. H. Hayes of Pelican avenue. presented her husband with a baby boy Saturday morning. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. UNCLAIMED LETTERS Remaining at Station A, New Or leans postoffice. week ending March 21, 1912. Men-Adolph Colby, Fletcher Clark, Frank McCarthy (special), Texas-New 'Orleans Oil & Land Co. (R. to -I. Women-Caroline Lain, Miss Mag gie M. Moore. Mrs. Lener Robertson, Mrs. Louisa Stewart, Mrs. R. Smith. A. F. Leonhardt, Postmaster. J. W. Daniels, Supt. Sta. A. as at Stylish s Millinery! ks You are invited to visit my Millinery me Parlor, where I have on display at rea sonable prices the very latest creations ry in Millinery. 11. BOTH HIGH AND MEDIUM GRADE. Special attention paid to Hat Trim ,h mings. It k Mrs. Dora Abbott Le, )e 435 Seguin Street. of ile -- --- d NEGRO FALLS FIFTY FEET e CLIMBS UP SMOKING. er While engaged in covering a hatch on the steamship Newstead, lying at the IUnion wharf at Gretna, a negro named Henry Allen fell into the hold of the vessel, dropping a distance of fifty feet and landing on the sulphur r. ore with which the vessel is loaded. h It was believed that Allen was serious ly injured or possibly killed, but he k, yelled out to those on the deck that he w was all right, and soon scrambled up the ladder, puffing on a cigarette that g-I he had in his mouth when he tumbled n, in. He escaped with a sprained hand, and on leaving for home told the boss ,r. he would be on deck to-day to take up his regular work. Allen lives in Al ESTABLISHED I N 18 4 2 THE complete satisfaction enjoyed by the woman who "feels" well dressed is beyond price. The corset is the style foundation, and when perfect-when it "feels" right-there radiates from it Grace, Beauty and Elegance. Comfort fol lows naturally and health results. Entirely original and newly dlisce,\rel secrett metht ,!.k make G;,sarln corsets best in le, ignt best in con,,tructi, n; best, in that they ,1 niiore in imnlroving anlI conier ing yv.,ur tigure : and best in the stvye the\ cintrihbutc. Gossard Corsets Lace in Front firm principle becau e the principle i, right an, i nt \ rec ognized a- the ultiate methId il,r all good o,r.ct-. Mecrelyv a- cirset . anI regarnIlce-. f their ,li-tin ui- in, characteri tics. they are the Ibe-t \ainuc lln .ev can hbll. (,-..arld c r sets are econimical. Your sati.factin with them. and a kn\ ledge that yvu have the best, i \\wrth many tilmc the price. l'hy are dluralle-they are made ,if the Ic.t material. Tlhe -.teel will ii t rll-theyt are tguaran tell. You will find them at prices ranging from 3.50 to 10.00 and upward, with the same principle of construction in all. THE SERIES OF SPECIAL FITTINGS will continue throughout this week by Mrs. S. R. Andrus. She has expert advice to give you. D. H. Holmes Co., Ltd. NEW YORK NEW ORLEANS PARIS UNNATURAL CRIME CHARGED. Man Captured After Long Chase-Boy Alleged Victim. Captured after an exciting chase, during which the hunted man ran through a furniture store in North Rampart, several saloons and finally was apprehended, after taking refuge in the darkness of a moving picture show. John Moglich, wearing motor man's cap No. 1367, said to live at 1208 Marigny street and run on tlk Caron delet street car line, was locked up yesterday afternoon, charged with hav ing committeed an unnatural crime upon Carl Olsen, a fourteen-year-old messenger boy for the Maison Blanche, living at 620 Slidell strept. In Algiers. After his capture Moglich was taken to the office of )Istrict Attorney Adams and subjected to an examina tion. He was confronted by two al leged witnesses to the crime and also by the boy who was the victim, and identified by each. Upon instructions from the district attorney's office, Mog lich was locked up under a $5,000 bond pending the filing of an information charging him with a violation of Act No. 69 of 1896. CLAIM NAVAL STATION IS NECES 8ARY TO DEFENSE OF MOUTH OF MISSISSIPPI. It is probable Representative Estop Inal, Peter S. Lawton and others inter ested in the New Orleans naval base, will make a fnal suggestion to Secre tary Meyer that a proper guarding of the mouth of the Mississippi requires the retention of the Naval Station at Algiers. Mr. Lawton had a talk with Gen. Wood, chief of stan, and pointed out to him the character of the defense that must be made of the jetties. The General knew Mr. Law ton in Santiago. Gen. Wood never thought of defend ing the Jetties by floating, tteries as the only possible way of putting the whole Mississippi valley on a footing of equality with the other ports of the country. He has never been to the jettles. He asked for all the data the Naval Base ommittee has gathered and said he would lay the matter be fore the joint army and navy board, with a suggestion that it will not do to foreclose the matter in the way that has been suggested-that of de pending on the fleet to keep an enemy from getting to the mouth of the river. The call on Meyer will be made as a matter of formality, because there is no desire on the part of the New Or leans people to go ahead with a sug gestion that the defense of the valley be taken from the navy without at least a courteous notice to the head of the department that New Orleans intends, if possible, to interest the army people in a proposition to defend the harbor by means of craft stationed permanently at New Orleans, under the command of the army, if the naval establishment is averse to taking re sponsibility for conducting a defense of that kind, because the ships en gaged would not be a part of the fleet. FIREMAN ROBBED. Charles Newman, a boarder with Mrs. M. Byress, at ?o. 617 Atlantic avenue, who is employed as a fireman on the Southern Pacific road, com plained to the Eighth Precinct Police Saturday of having been robbed while asleep in his room. He says he re tired at 5:30 o'clock Saturday morning under the influence of lquor and awoke at noon, when he found that a palr of pants containing his gold watch and a chaln of Mexican dimes and $20 in eash were missing. He estlmates his isa at P7M.