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XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. No. 12.
AND OTHERWISE Hi
a. podenger, bruther of Jules
left a few (lays ago with
for New York City, where h
gapge in the tailoring busi
S. R. Pettlgrov, who was serl.
a short time ago, is steadily O
and is now able to leave
ad be around.
_ Christy returned home Sat
mst an extended trip to Wash. at
Jat other, eastern cities. On w:
trip he stopped at Biloxi for
-ssk to attend the regatta. vi
n spent several weeks in
gSmn-ilng home Saturday. h,
f*ence Lacour spent the week
s d H
ttie Talbot left Saturday for \1
City, Rochester and Niagara
S. J. Johnson and daughter, ni
left yesterday for Olney, Ill., gi
gty will spend a while. ii
Adelane Heath is spending a bi
at Bay St. Louis. E
aId Mrs. Emmett Casey are
a while at the Casey Cottage,
Mrs Robt Casey are at the w
tage, Bay St. Louis.
S.eidore Lecourt is spending a ti
` arry Lecourt and Irvin tl
wae at the Bay, the guests of H
-I Allen is at Salathe Cot. w
St. Louis, for the remaindet a
Salathe is spending the il
the summer at Bay St.
sa- Willie Salathe spent Sun
ismmer home in Bay St.
and wife, of Batson, iý
Visiting their aunts, Mrs.
sad Mrs. Geo. Brunner. i
SA. Fox has-Just returned )
wgt to Chattanooga, Tenn,
Teas., Chickamauga, Ga.,
S C., Biltmore, N. C., Wea.
i C., Beadersonville, N. C. '
Driebold and two chil
alter spending a s
Mrs. W. A. Nelon. !
and daughter Clare,
left Saturday for La- -
the guests of her daugh- l
A. C. King Jeft Monday
Magruder was the guest 1
A. C. King Sunday.
analels returned on the 1
from New York. 1
C. S. Puller are receiv,
on the arrival of
at tltr home. 4
Jr. returned home
!Lrah Duly and baby
Saturday from Belle
Jr., spent last week,
Stasbury and daughter
bet week for Pam Chrin.
eeth left last week ios
t qsead a week.
W'femard is the guest of
W. A. Nelson.
hravols left Tuesday for
T. L Bosteck ad lit
ella left Moaday for
We weeks' aay at San
Io be the guest of Elm
- EMT IntSTI
Thb wat a seS
., WH Y
Mrs. Geo. Hildebrand and children -
returned to Houston today, where they
will reside in the future.
Miss Ida Kinkad sreturned from
Houma, La., last Friday night.
Miss E. Lawrence, of Chatawa, Miss.,
is spending her vacation with her
friend, Miss Sophia De Armas.
Wm. Dill spent the past days at his
e home in Donaldsonville, La.
i. The many friends of Miss Mabel
Allen will be pleased to know that she
is recuperating after undergoing an
e Mises Orleans Allen expects to leave
shortly for Abita Springs.
t. Mrs. A. J. Rantz is able to be out
i. again after being confined to her home
n with a burn on her instep.
r Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Reynolds are
visiting relatives at Hot Springs and
Andrew L. Green and John Horne
have returned from Chicago.
Miss Ella Hotard left yesterday for
Heartsease Park, to be the guest of
ir Mrs. G. Hornosky for a few weeks.
a Misses Margaret and Katherine Col
lins are visiting relatives in Califor
r, nia. Miss Margaret will sail in Au
gust from San Francisco for the Phil
ippines to pay an extended visit to her
a brother, Lieutenant J. Lawton Collins,
Eighth Cavalry, U. S. A.
re Mrs. Richard Keen and two little
e, sons and little nephew, Oldring Platt,
have returned trom a pleasant stay
1 with relatives at Gramercy, La.
Mrs. L. Wiegand and daughter, Miss
Carrie will leave Sunday to spend somge
a time at Galveston, Tex.
F. McLean, of Amite City, is in town,
In the guest of his mother-in-law, Mrs. H. i
of Renecky. Mr. McLean was called here
owing to the illness of his wife, who
rt. was operated on Saturday at the Wom
en an's Dispensary for appendicitis.
Capt. J. Caruso, of Engine Co. 17,
•e is off on his vacation.
it Mrs. Wm. F. Short and daughter,
Gladys, and son Marion, and nephew
n- Clarence Dalton, expect to leave Mon
t. day for Cairo, Ill., to be the guests of
Mrs. G. Heindel, of Lafayette, La.,
n' is here on an extended visit.
w Miss Bertha Heindel has returned
from a pleasant visit to Ocean Springs,
n*" Luke Gillen returned Sunday from
'. Bay Adams.
m' 8teve Gillen left Tuesday for a
C*, month's stay at Bay Adams.
Mrs. I. E. Thomas and son Edward,
l' of Baton Rouge, have returned home
a after spending a few weeks here, the
guests of Mrs. Henry N. Umbach.
10 Mjs. T. Kennedy has returned home
A after spending some time in Baton
On last Thursday a pretty wedding
a7 was solemnized at the bride's home on
the lower coast, in which Miss Jennie
alt Loyacano and Tom Castell, of the Na
val Station wireless system, were the
he principals. Miss Mamie Loyacano and
Hilton Hardy were the attendants. The
iv- house was prettily decorated for the
of occasion and refreshments were serv
ed. The couple have left for a honey
me moon trip to Kentucky.
The friends of Miss Violet Engler,
º daughfbr of Mr. and Mrs. R. Engler,
Ile of McDonoghville, will be glad to know
that she is improving nicely after an
!ek operation at the Touro Inirmary for
ter Mr. and Mrs. C. Schubert spent last
Thursday at Milneburs.
Mis 0O. Koppel and mother are the
fol guests of Mrs. Andrew Guilland.
Miss Heletta Krogh has returned
of from Mississippi City.
Miss Frances Bouriet of McDonogh
for ville, and aluils Pitre of our town,
wore married in Bt. Joseph's Church
litlast Thursday, Rev. 8tenmans oAciat
Mr. and Mrs. Oatis, Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
' Aycock, Mrs. Chanvin and Leonard
SChauvia enjoyed an outint on the lake
15 Losll Petigrove, who was operat
oI5 ed oa reoatly al the Presbyterian
Hospital by Dr. A. C. King, is doing
Sanlely 4Pd Is expected hon soon.
Mr. and Mrs . .8waer and little
baby, of Mobile, are visiting Mrs. Ra
Mrs. C. Do Arms and little laran
Bauman came up from Bunras last 8un
Mrs. S. Conkes ad daughtersr Misses
Maul and MaggYlte, left last Wedne
day oa the 8teanmor Proteus for New
York, where they will reside.
Dr. and Mrs. Cliford Himel, of St.
Jamss garish, were guests of Mrs. I~
lCres during the woek.
S Bdad'ey Crs, Jr., was a visitor here
Mr. and Mrs..'Imany" Huft and Ilt
Stle daughter retrmned ea Monday from
a month's stay in Texas.
Miss tta Pettgrove sad MYaster TnI
dale spent Suday at Day St. Laous
the guests of Mrs. Robt. Halteering
Msses Irma sand les Danleis retnr.
ed Sunday from Bay St. Ienis, altes
endIagi a week with Mrs H. R. s-f
? ( nM a. ek and wife returned
t week fromsa visi to C-pers
L Inspest· anensIl, we br bees
aserles ast~r Nuuib, eeru dslse
A REAL ENOLISI AFTER-DINNER
CH(EESE, "harry Peck's" STILTON
CHEESE, put tp at Snow Hill, London.
In a brown-atone pot, 14 ounces gross.,
50 cents a pot.
HOME-MADE F I C I'RESERVES,
"Creole style," just packed, 50 cents a
COLEMAN'S (English) MUSTARDI
IRELISIH for Fish, Meats, Ragouts, etc.,
25 cents a jar.
SWEET AI'Bl'RN TOMATO C('ATSUP,
a home-made catsup, rellshed very highly
by those who know and use it, 13 cents
WHEN YOU (;O YA('IITING, take
along a can each of Veal ('utlets, Pork
I'utlets, Macedoine Stew or Chicken Fric
assee, 23 cents a tin.
JUICE OF ILEMONS-4Good In the
sickroom, when traveling, in the kitchen,
any place where lemon Julce is used or
needed, 10-cent, 23-cent and 30-cent bot
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
MAIN HOUSE--Royal and IbervIlle Sts.,
one block below Canal Street.
At the home of Representative C.
Harwood Koppel, a committee repre
senting the Brotherhood of Stationary
Firemen, last Thursday morning pre
sented the young legislator with a
gold-headed umbrella in appreciation
of his efforts in behalf of the members
of that organization during the recent
session of the Legislature. The gift
is appropriately engraved.
Mrs. M. J. Barrett left Sunday to
spend a few days with her daughter,
Mrs. M. Heath, at Ocean Springs.
E. A. Wardrop pent a few days ill
town last week, returning to Gulfporl
Major Robley S. Stearnes and wif
Seventeen Pennies a day will buy a fine high-grade
$375 piano and save you $97.50. Join the Dugan Piano Club.
Pay $5 and get your piano at once, then $1.25 a week. No interest.
Do it now.
Successors to Cable Pian o Co.
Also Conover, Cable, Kingsbury Pianos
are away on a five weeks' visit to the
Major's old home in Salem, Va.
The marriage of Arthur W. Lucas to
Miss Lillian Cecile Donnely took place
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the
presbytery of the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary, Rev. Jos. G. Delaire of
fliciating. The attendants were Thos.
Hayes and Miss Emma McMahon. The
young couple have gone housekeeping
at 520 Verret street.
J. A. Kinkaid and daughter Mollie
left yesterday for St. Louis to stay a
F. J. Borne spent a few days at
Pointe.a-la-Hache, La., last week, the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. Emmett
George Neafus, aged 32 years, was
overcome by the heat Monday night
and fell to the sidewalk at Teche and
Newton streets, where he was fouhd
PETER S. LAWTON & SON,
Real Estate and Insurance Brokers,
511 Hennen Building.
S-olIe . us. e i tese Unes, begtnnl Augst lit, proii careful personal at
tenton to vthin placed with us. Will quote lowest Ire insurance res oe ered
by Srtcinieels cub·onder the new law, electhe August 7th, so that you will
sde tre you to beast giers n tooeery legitimate wnay which will also w to
l adsantae it you went to sell or exchange your property on a reasonable
at 1040 o'clock and sent to the hoe
pital. His condition is reported to be
serious. Neafus is a car repairer and
resides at No. 404 Pacifie avenue.
On Monday, through some cause un
known, a fire originated in a room on
the second floor above the kitchen of
the building Nos. 240 to 246 Verret
street, corner of Alls, owned.by John
Kleinpeter and occupied by J. A. Gull
lot. The loss amounts to $35, on which
Mrs C. A. Borden, Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Danlel and Ambrose Steiner spent
several days at Milneburg last week.
At the Church of the Holy Name of
Mary, George Patrick, son of Louis
Burgls and lisabeth Rutter of 332 Di
ana street, was christened. The spon
son were 0 W. Newoomb and Mary
WORLD BOTTLIN~O co. Ltd.
Charges Blaise Suit Inspired by Rival
Declaring that George P. Blaise had
associated himself with the American
Brewing Company, a corporation en
gaged in competition with respondent,
for the purpose of furthering the inter
est of the said company to the detri
ment of respondent, the Security
Brewing Company field its answer
rec.ently in the United States District
Court in the matter of Schumert &
Warfield et al. vs. the Security Brew
ing Company, an action to force the
latter company into involuntary bank
The defendant admits that it owes
debts in excess of $1,000, but it denies
that it is insolvent or was insolvent on
April 17, 1912, when it applied to the
Civil District Court on that date for
the appointment of a receiver. The
defendant admits that in the suit of
the Teutonia Bank and Trust Com
pany vs. the Security Brewing Com
pany, that in the answer filed it ad
mitted that the board of directors of
the corporation had passed a resolu
tion that said corporation was unable
to meet its obligations as they ma
tured, and that a receiver was neces
sary, but that said declaration did not
admit and was not intended to admit
that the Security Brewing Company
was insolvent. It is specifically de
nied that a receiver was appointed on
the ground of insolvency, but, on the
contrary, the defendant avers that the
receiver was appointed to facilitate the
Iconduct of the business and because
of the liquidation of the Teutonia
Bank and Trust Company, and on rep
resentation to the court that the cor
poration was perfectly solvent. De
fendant avers that the plaintiff's peti
tion is defective in that the requisite
number of creditors are not before the
court; that George P. Blaise, one of
ithe creditors, was the secretary of the
t defendant company, and that as such
an officer he was present and a party
e to the meeting of the directors which
had invoked the aid of the court in
protecting its property by the appoint
ment of a receiver; that prior to the
filing of the proceedings the said
Blaise associated himself with the Am
erican Brewing Company, and that
George P. Blaise, in filing these pro
ceedings, is acting in furtherance of a
scheme to injure respondent in the
interest of the said American Brewing
Company, and that by his said conduct,
silence and approval of the receiver,
he is forever estopped from petition
ing the court to have defendant de
clared a bankrupt. Further, defend
ant denies that it, at any time, com
mitted an act of bankruptcy or that it
Katzenjammer, Kids at the Nemc
POSTAL BAVINSO B .
Beginning August 1 our local post
oece will open for the accommodation
of the patrons, a postal savings bank.
This is in accordance with a new law
passed several months ago and which
has been very succeesful throughout
the country. The rate of interest,
however, paid by the postal savings
bank is much legs than that paid by
the local banks. Certificates of deposit
are exchanged for money in denomin
ations of $1.00 and up. These funds
are withdrawable at any time.
TRY OUR DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
-SOMETHING NEW. FBEER AM
PLEB TO-DAY (THURSDAY), AT
SCHABEL'S GROCERY, PATTERSON
AND OLIVIER" 8TREETS.
MAHONEY'S SERVICE TO I
WHY HE IS ENTITLED TO OUR ort
VOTES FOR A POSITION an
Some of His Connections Here and pc
What He Has Done For Algiers. si
Among some of the things of inter- lI
t-st to Algiers. in which Mr. .Mahoney t«
took a most conspicuous and a leading
part, we will mention the following:
tie was one of the organizers of the (1
Algiers Rifle Club, which was one of Iti
the most popular and interesting in- th
stitutions of our district, until it went en
out of existence a few years tago.
lie was also one of the organizers V
and a member of the first board of di
restors of the Algiers Athletic Club, in
which was also a most popular organ- an
ization in its day, and composed of at
such men as Capt. Matt. O'trien, its in
president, J. D). Connell and others, hi
whose names will live forever in the TI
hearts of the laboring men of this comn- of
lie is one of the organizers of the th
Alhambra Cymnastic Club of Algiers' lt
and a member of its board of directors,
it being his desire and hope with the ti
co-operation with other members ofl,
this club, to make it useful and bene- it
ticial to every man, woman and child m
in Algiers. eý
While not sportively inclined him- pt
self, to any great extent, he has fos
tered these institutions for the beneit at
of and the pleasure and profit they or
might be to others, and in order to dý
place Algiers on an equality with other fe
districts of the city; and to attract peo- th
ple from them to our town, with the ci
hope of having them better acquainted in
with us and of creating greater inter
est in Algiers and its people. C
- He was one of the first members of
the Algiers Improvement Association
and since its organization has served
on some of its most important com
mittees. As chairman of the Ferry
Franchise Committee, he framed the w
specifications for the sale of the fran- is
chise of the Canal Street Ferry and .
had them presented to the City Coun- o
cil. He attended every meeting of the d
Street and Landing and the Franchise tc
Committees at which the matter nas
taken up; called upon the editors of o
the Picayune, Times-Democrat, ti'e
Daily States and the City Item, to seek
their co-operation in advocating our
cause and the justice of our demands
before the public, which they gave in
editorial write-ups; and with the con
sent of the mayor, he examined the or
dinance before it was signed by him,
in order to make sure that it had not o
been changed or altered to our disad- d
vantage. The result has been that d
those specifications and recommerda- t
tions, with a few minor changes, were r
adopted and the Canal Street ferries t
are operating under them now. Berore a
the Franchise Committee the ,principal I
fight was centered on the reduction of
fare and the elimination of double-fare a
after nine o'clock at night and his s'c- I
cess in those two items has been the I
means of saving to the people of Al- 1
giers 50 per cent in cash. Besides a
this, due in part to his activity in ad
vertising the great value of the fran
chise and having it boosted throughi
the press of our city, it was purchase! I
by the Southern Improvement and a
Ferry Company, at the magnificent I
price and sum of $225,000. You way
easily appreciate the importance of
. sale when you consider that ten years
before, the franchise of the Canals
street, Second District and Third Dis
trict ferries sold for only $50. A large 1
amount of the proceeds of sale to the
Southern Improvement and ?erry Comrn
parny was appropriated to the building
of the Newton street viaduct, which
ias proven of great value to Alglers.
Another matter which Mr. Mahoney
took up for the benefit of our district
was the suit of the Algiers Improve
ment Association vs. the Western
Union Telegraph Company, before the
, Railroad Commission of Louisiana, for
!the establishment and maintenance of
a branch ofce in Algiers, centrally
located. This case was given a spe
n clal hearing at the St. Charles hotel,
land many of the most prominent cit
isens and business men of Algiers were
present to give their testimony. Mr.
tMahoney, a few days later, was given
ta favorable decision and the telegraph
Pcompany ordered to establish the omice.
' It failed to do so, however, within the
it time prescribed in the order, when
a- Mr. Mahoney filed a rule for contempt
s against the telegraph company, and
just before the day fixed for the trial
of the case, the said company took out
an injunction in the Circuit Court of
M the United States, to restrain the Rail
- road Commission from enforcing its
1T order and imposing a fine for con
The eas has, since then, been in the
- hands of the attorney general of the
state, who represents the Railroad
Commission. Mr. Mahoney prosecuted
Sthis case against a rich and powerful
eorporation and gave it his care and
study without eharsue of say kind.
eNY, tabsadry s sgina i the pae·as
*~~ ~h ~ L~~?~rO
Senting this distrit ,. andi ill ,t jtllnl,.
tion with lion. F. le inht g, ias in
strumlenlal in brinting iout many .
illprovnllents in the school fa. iliti s
of our childiren: i at ett t tin l the
clhangt. of the Mel.tllonoglh frotl a u
ored to a school for white , thilrtn.
and theretby ret laititicig it as a niost
beautiful site for the while p..tlle t i
the neighltorhood and ihlcrt asitig :hI
value of their plroperty at I.ast lift
per tent; also the building of thi.
ItIlleville School Annex and th tie cilui
sition of additional playgrounds for
lMcl)onogh No. 1. No twiv dirt.etors,
i ho preceded MIt. Mahoney and Mr.
llenni ug on the board can show a bet.
.M11r. Mahoney was petrsonally inttr iu
mental in having the New ( I)rleats
('hair Compllany locate its factory over
here, antid during its txittntt, up to1
th' time of its destruttion by fire, gave
empltoymen t to alltay Algiers people.
Antotlher iulololrtalt 11iatter ill \\ilith
.Mr. Mahoney lent his .t-rvi.-es and )
gave ulp much of his tinie \\as ill the
matter of the different-es, s.\everal yearls
ago. betweenl the Carnlllts Association
and th- 1M. L. & T. R. I. C('o., espous
ing the cause of the Car nt-n btefore the
high offiu ials of the railroad tiotnpany.
This matter is still fresh in the minds
of the members of the Carmn's Asso
ciation and the people of Algiers, and
Stherefore neetds no further explanation
In fact during his residence here for
the past twenty-five years, Mr. Mlaho
ney has shown himself a public spir
ited citizen, contributing his time, his
money and his professional ability to
every cause, that needed it, whether
Having done so much for the district
and its people without compensation
or hope of reward, he is now a candi
date for a position with pay, which we
feel he is entitled to and we hope that
the voters of Algiers will consider his
claims superior to those of any oppos- -
ing candidate and give him their sup- A
port and votes for Judge of the Second
City Court on the 3rd day of Septem- b.
ber, A. D. 1912. it
WILL OPPOSE FRANK HYMEL.
At a lively meeting of the eighth a
ward Goo-Goo club Tuesday night, ob- I
jections to the appointment of Frank w
Hymel were brought before the club. E
On a motion by John M. Burg, it was E
decided that the organization protest ji
to headquarters against the appoint- c
ment of Frank C. Hymel as a member r
of the Levee Board. Hymel is an Al- a
' gerine and it is stated, was an Aswell t
man and should not be shown that
CHILD MAY BE GIVEN TO AUNT. I
Mary Vondersluice, the little 12-year- ,
t old girl who ran away from the Poy- l
I- dras asylum a few days ago, and whom 4
t detectives afterwards located at the 1
- home of her aunt, Mrs. August Ger- 1
e rets, 401 Pacific avenue, will be called t
s before the juvenile court Thursday,
e and it is possible that the child will
l be given to the aunt.
f The girl, it is said by the asylum
e authorities, is one of the best children
in the institution, where she has been
e for the past four years. She escaped
1- by jumping the fence one afternoon i
a and was not found until the following
1- day. The Society for the Prevention
1- of Cruelty to Children, which was In
Sfluential in placing her in the asylum,
J brought the child into court from her
d aunt's shortly after her whereabouts
it became known, and Judge Wilson, as
,ya matter of discipline, sent her hack
to the Foydras institution for a few
- days, until the asylum board can meet
a and in conjunction with the court de
. cide whether it will be to the child's
rel best Interest to retain her or release
li her to the aunt.
:hl ' A CARD.
t Pemrons desirous of renting the Bun
set Pleasure Club, Mllneburg, during
lmy absence from the city, from Julyl
e a8 to August 15, will please call upon
r Mr. A. C. Briel, No. 546 Verret street.
George Herbert, Jr., No. 209 Olivier
t- ·ADAMS' HATS
- Call on or Address I
F. C. DUVIC, 323 Morgan stret
1618 and 1620 DRYADES ST.
ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE.
d Three men will have quite a time
I before the courts for the ugly affair
in the home of Mrs. Jessie Roussel, of
619 Newton street, Friday morning,
for it is held that the place was robbed
and the lady, who is a widow keeping
ha boarding-house, was beaten and a
b lamp was thrown at her and her bed
k was almost demolished by William
b. Brown, known as Tad, of Pacific and
ia Eliza streets; James Poley, who has
it just turned 19 years of age, of 421 Pa
t- cific avenue, a boilermaker, and Pen
!r rose Radovich, a brakeman, of 505 El
J- mira avenue, according to the story of
at It was about 5 o'clock when Mrs.
Roussel heard some one at the front
door. Suddenly the door was forced
and before the lady could scream for
i help three men entered her bedroom.
The man she first recognized was Pen
r rose Radovich, and he demanded to
y-know where a man by the name ot
m Oser was. Oser was a boarder in the
be house, and had departed for his work.
r- Radovich, according to her story, said
ed that he and his companions wanted to
y* go to bed. Mrs. Roussel told them
11 that they had no right in the place,
and Brown, she says, grabbed a lamp
im and threw it at her, and one of the
en other men, just who it was was not
en made clear, though Mrs. Roussel Is
ed quite convinced that it was Radovich,
onslapped her face. She managed to get
Os to a rear door and running out in the
of street called for help. In that time
in the doors of her armolr were taken
m, from their hinges and a box with $8
er taken. The trio tried to pall the bed
its into the yard and almost demolished
ck The police arrested all of the me,
ew who were fully identified. They were
set charged with breaking and entering in
le- the daytime and petty larceny, and
d's charges of assault and battery will be
ue made against those responsible for the
attack on Mrs. Roussel. Just what
prompted the affair is unknown, szsee
possilbly the men were dr'nlda·,
though there is no charge to that eof
feet, and the men enter a futall denial
of the whole matter. They were
* placed under bond. -
S TRY OUR DELICIOUS ICE CREAM
on -SOMETHING NEW. FRRE SAM
et PLEB TO-DAY (THURSDAY), A'T
o SCHABEL'S GROCERY, PATT RSON
AND OLIVIER STREETS.