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:XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912. No. 19.
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Heap has been sppoint
r in McDonogh No. 5
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dil
rlghtened iby the arrival of
boy last week.
naox was a week-end vis
a Reynolds. who has
in Houma, La., has re
is the guest of his son,
night schools will open
ith. The grammar schools
'Monday, the 23rd inst.
A la and Sadie Catchot of
Miss., were visitors
week to attend the Moseley
iLdt, aged 15, employed as
for the Southern Pacific
whdle walking on top of a
the two-mile point Thurs
fell to the ground and
I piaal but not serious in
Capt. H. Manson, Jno.
$. 8. Stearnes and George
been appointed delegates
e-Gult Deep Water
to be held in Little
= Jwol and daughter Alma
left Tuesday for Shreve
they will reside.
. Nelson, who was oper
week at the Hotel Dies
iag for appeadlettis, is
passed civil service e
Adams and Katie and
Houm, La, are the
isOobel was a visitor to
Robt. Huakils sad
.tsaternd sua ea from
where they spelt some
ofMrs. J. Tlbot.
Ayoock and Ive a
wreakse with Ybs
at ChaI ette.
Weoson of chalmette
ot Mrs. 4 Cross sad
People who are
eStel eot their
uger amrs rss
aele-eas me se
2Wq wsi a sel
what your own city has done in the
ay of permanent improvements
during the lpast 8 years under
S8aA e this ait the
Mrs. L Cross and Miss Nelson were
the guests of friends in Thibodaux on
Balthaser Howe is the guest of his
sister, Mrs. R. Reman n Panama.
Mrs L G. . Lowe and son Lee and
Alvin Rhodes have returned from Flat
Rock, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Spitsfaden and baby
are spending some time at Abita
Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Donner spent
Sunday at Ponchatoula, La.
Mrs. Fred Drumm of Pelican avenue
was operated on last week at the
Presbyterian Hospital by Dr. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Thorning and chil
dren have returned from Mandeville,
where they spent the summer.
Miss Ruth Pender spent a few days
with Miss Adriel Lennox last week.
Miss Urline Lawton of Lafayette,
La., is the guest of Miss Grace Len
Misses Adriel Lennox and Ruth Pen
der spent Sunday at West Beach, Bi
loxi, Miss., the guests of Mrs. Beeman.
Mrs. J. Creighton Mathewes return
ed Tuesday after an extended tour
through the West.
Miss Hattie Talbot spent the week
end at Ocean Springs, Miss.
Miss Halcyon Rhodes returned Sat
urday after a stay of two months at
Cuba, Ala., as the guest of Miss Ruth
Miss Florence Brownlee spent Sun.
day at Long Beach, Miss.
Mrs. Fred Galt and children spent
the past week in the city with her
Mrs. Fred Herbert and Miss Geor
gina rteurned Monday from Colorado.
Miss Eugenia Herbert leaves Sun
day for Biloxi to spend a week as the
guest of Miss Lllie Rhodes.
Mrs. Gibbs and daughter, Miss Shel
by, returned Tuesday after a stay of
three mo ths in Monroe, Ia.
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
COLE AGENTS bor eam, & Hamlia. Coovr, Cable, Kiagibry,
Ko blr & CampbelL Wellilatoe. Upright piatms ad player
pi.s.e Sheet Maic 10 cmats Store open eumsla till 9 o'clock,
MIss Flo Peterson has returmed from
Miss Shirley Fethedling left last
week for DeQuincy, La., to visit her
sister, Mrs. Albert Woolf.
Mr. and Mrs. Shade G. Smith and
children returned after a week's stay
The Silent Helpers, King's Deasht
ers, will have a benefit at Nemo Thea
tre, the week of ,ept. 30 to Oct. 6th.
There will be th, usual number of plc
tures and added vaudeville attractions.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Amuedo was baptized last Sun
day at the Church of the Holy 'Name
of Mary, Miss eells Hymel and
Frank Munroe being sponsors. . The
name bestowed on the little msls was
Orange Grove No. 9, W. C., will hold
their regular meeting tonight. All
members are urged to be preset.
- Mr. and Mrs. Cha. sooeuse and
baby Adrienne have returned from a
month's trip, visitin points of interest
Is Whitney. Ala., Sulphur Springs, G.,
and Chatanaee TPea.
'Mrs Casey presented her has
beand wit baby irl the 12th ist.
The fiends of Mr. Slams will be
glm to learn that be is recoverain
m the burms in the atee he received
whle at work, earued by the .eplo
sion ef a boner.
Little Rata ats, who ran a nail In
h See t evemr l days ag Is able to
be out agen.
r-. asmuarg of Miss mrh Clark Is
a aimowed to taho p1ae i. October at
n WITH LEMONS
Selling from 30 to 50 cents a dozen
and good prospects of higher figures
before relief comes, the time to re.
turn to the juice of lemons has ar
Have In stock the Juice Lemons
absolutely pure filtered juice of the
1- Sicily Lemon. Bottle containing
SJulice of 6 to 8 lemons, 10 cents;
bottle containing juice of 17 to 20
lemons, 25 cents; bottle containing
juice of 35 to 40 lemons, 50 cents.
We Have Due This Week
New Crop Buckwheat, plain and
1. self-raising-New Pack Evaporated
Apricots and Pears.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd,
MAIN HOUSE-Royal and Iberville Sta.,
one block below Canal Street.
1- the home of her sister, Mrs. Weaver
Toledano, at Grand Junction, Colo.
ýt Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCloskey of Se
r guin street and their little daughter
Myrtle Lee spent last Sunday at Wave
- land, guests of Mrs. H. D. French.
. Wilfred Boudreaux returned home
S- unday after spending his vacation at
a Mandeville, guest of Mrs. Joseph Thor
- Mrs. A. Hartnett and grand-daughter
I Eunice returned home last Friday after
spending some time in Biloxi, guests
of Mrs. By. Carstens and Mrs. Cather
New Orleans Hive No. 5, Ladies Mac
cabees of the World, will have their
annual outing at Mllneburg on Friday
Sept. 20th. They will leave New Or
leans depot on Elysian Fields street a'
7:50 a. m., and will spend the day a'
Alma Cottage. Commander Sklnner
will be pleased to see a large attend
ance. They will hold their regular
meeting on Wednesday at the hall o:
Tulane Tent, 139 8. Clalborne avenue
The marriage of Miss Vallie Hebert
to Edward Skelly is announced to tai
Miss Ada Christian of Houston, Tex.,
entertained Informally at a party or
Sunday eveninl Sept. 8th, at the resl
deuce of her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gerrets. The eve
ang was spent in music and playing
Sames. Refreshments were served
Those present were: Misses A. Chris
tien, C. Braem, R. Vanderlinden, A
and M. MemClosky, L. Meyers, L Tra,
csy, . and a. Thomas; Messrs. N.
Tracey, P. Comeaux, L. Santo., 0.
George, A. Priel. W. Judge and L.
Bteager; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gerrets
and trmily, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gerrets,
Mrs. B. Gerret and Mrs. 3d Barry.
ONLY 10C MONTH.
AND NEW TRAIN
GRAND ISLE R. R. TO MAKE ITS
FIRST PERMANENT IMPROVE
MENT-MAY BE IN OPERATION
One of the first of the permanent
improvements to be made on the
Grand Isle R. R. by the new manage
ment is the establishment of a sports
men's train which will make the run
to the famous fishing resorts along
the line, in keeping with any first-class
railroad, and that a commutation tick
et will be sold for the week-end, being
good from Friday evening until Mon
day morning, at a price much less than
the regular fare. The details of this
innovation have not as yet been work
ed out, nor has the date been set when I
the new ticket will be on sale, but it
is thought that the new ticket will be I
available beginning this Friday, when
a round trip ticket will be sold for a
price much less than the present round
trip, and the ticket will be good going
Friday night and returning Mondayl
morning. This Is the kind of ticket
that always has been popular with
- sportsmen and week-end visitors who
are wont to spend a few days with
their country folks. Especially should
this be desirable to school teachers
and school children who will be able
to avail themselves of this reduced
As to the sportsmen's train, there is
no doubt but what this special train
will be inaugurated, leaving Algiers at
about four or five o'clock Saturday
evening and arriving at Doullut's Ca
nal about two hours later, the same
train leaving Doullut's Canal about
four or five o'clock Sunday evening
and arriving in Algiers about two
hours later. Preparations are now be
ing made for improving the road and
as the receding waters In the big
swamp has made it possible to come
back to the original schedule, there is
no doubt that the regular local train
will also shorten its running time be
tween the two extreme points of the
General Manager Carr stated that it
was his desire to find out the wants
of the people along the line, as well as
the sportsmen, so that the road may
give accommodations in accordance
with the patronage given to the road.
There will be no more freight carried
on the evening train, thus insuring
the passengers in the future of their
arrival on time, barring unforeseen -
WON'T BE CHANGE IN SCHOOL t
The parents of children who are in- t,
terested in the opening of the public l
schools on Monday, Sept. 23, may st
cure printed lists of the books to be l1
studied in each grade by applying to S
the school board, on the ourth floor of v
the City Hall Annex. These lists will h
be sent to each teacher on the open- h
inl day. [
There are no changes in the books,
except the harmonic primer for the a
second grades will be discontinued. 1
The City Board of Bealth, on the
second floor of the annex, will yace i
nate children free of charge from 12 a
to 1 daily. White children on Mon- b
days, Wednesdays end Pridays, end
colored children on Tuesdays and
Thursdays. It is expeted hundreds
of children will be raccinated in the
next few days, as no one can eater the
public schools without being vacci
ENJOYABLE DAY. [
Meassrs. T. and J. COtamnee enter-a
taled a few of their bena ds athe C
Ian Cottage. Milanebiq, on ThursdayP
last The day was a most enjoyable
eme and a delightfl time w had byl
alli who attended. A J
Misse Aanie y Kern ,,d ri
lghts astrt d the crowd withl
msay son. Martin's Orchestra fur-I
anihed the meals. I
Those present were: Mises I4ar
and.Mary lruights, Carrie and Nellie3
Dubre, Ana Mae Ke~r, Gertle Cim
tat, Katie Gshaw, Umma Qitnn and I
Lomise Bhsg ls; Mesames J. Martlin, I
W. . Higgiss and J. Coames;-L
Mess. Joe sad Tomey Catames, John 1I
Laes. Spintdam, Aalh Ihoter and i
s centat o St. sL rasr .-i.
Am d~s Maw
o _ r li
ROBBED OF NEARLY $400.
Mrs. Henry Dunning, proprietress of
a rooming-house, complained to the
police yesterday that she had been
robbed of $392 during her temporary
absence from her house, No. 1239 Ca
rondelet street. She said that about
10:30 o'clock Thursday forenoon she
left her house to go around the corner
just for a few moments. She was not
gone more than ten minutes, when on
her return she discovered that during
that short time some one had opened
a door leading into a side alleyway by
means of a false key, and going to an
armoir in the third room, opened it
and took two $100 bills, $7 in silver
and $185 in five and ten-dollar bills.
Upon discovering the robbery she
screamed, and a large black negro, she
claims, ran out of her house and
through the alleyway and escaped.
About four days previous to this an
attempt was made to rob the same
place. Lizzie Ross, a negro servant
employed by Mrs. Dunning, was sus
pected as being one of those interested
in the robbery and was arrested late
Friday night by Detective Kennedy
and Specials Behrman and Gregson.
Her paramour, Walter Edwards, was
also arrested and held as being a dan
gerous and suspicious character.
A negro seen leaving Mrs. Dunning's
residence on the morning of the rob
bery answers closely the description of
Edwards. The negro was arrested
some time ago for stealing a watch
and served six months in the Parish
BITTEN BY HORSE.
On Monday night at the engine
house in Opelousas avenue, Geo. Han
len was attacked by one of the horses
in the stall and badly bitten on the
ear and cheek. The horse is known to
be vicious, as he has attacked several
of the firemen on different occasions,
and while Mr. Hanlen exercised what
he thought was extreme caution, he
was bitten while in the act of picking
up his cap which had been knocked
off his head by the animal. The
wound distinctly shows four large
teeth prints and while it is not danger
ous, it is very painful. Mr. Hanlen
was attended by Dr. John A. Rupp,
who at once cauterized the wound.
MR. NOLL DESIGNS TABLET.
A dispatch from Sewanee, Tenn.,
On September 26 there will be un
veiled in All Saints Chapel, Univers
ity of the South, a bronze memorial
tablet in.memory of Major Archibald
Butt. The tablet was designed by the
Rev. Arthur Howard Noll, a contem
porary student of Major Butt. This is
the first memorial for an old student
at Sewanee. The tablet reads:
"To commemorate the noble life and
heroic death of Major Archibald Wil
lingham Butt, U. 8. A., an alumnus of
Sewanee, who gave his life in the ser
vice of others on the Titanic, April 15,
1912, the greatest disaster in marine
history, this tablet is here placed by
his brothers in Beta Thet Chapter
Delta Tan Delta Praterniry."
It is presented by the loeal chapter
and alumni of the Delta Tau Delta
fraternity to which Major Butt be
Mr. Noll, the designer, was rector of
Mount Olivet Episcopal Church for
everal years and has many freinds
SOLD ALLIGATOR DEAD.
The old alligator which has made
its home in the turntable pit of the
Grad Isle Rallrod for the puast O20
years, is now havrlng its skin prepared
for being mouated and will shortly be
used as a deeoration, instead of a dog
killer, as the old gaiter was so well
known to be. The alligator was pre
sented to Dr. C. V. Kraft by Gea. Supt.
Chas. W. brd, ad after obtainlag
permission from the police to fire the
Winchester, and a permit from the So
iey dor the Prvemation of Cruelty to
nmals, to kill Mr. Galter, this death
secompulsbed Saturday evenun.
Ater being halea out of the pit he
as found to measure 7 feet inches
-a to weigh W1 pounds. The skin is
nor at the tamery of W. lmmer
ma,- CarOudelet Walk, where it ibs
e-ag taaned. The mast was distrlb
uted by Dr. Krft to many of his
sortsmen triends who enjoyed .the
-t detleacy. The eoaesus of
-inien regarding the taste of the alll
-abr was that it was far sperior to
fro or tarthl, 1, that it eombained the
ineteo both, with the addition of'
at h at fa.
EUW'S TRIAL POSTPOnED.
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dl s bs uernn or tbs eharieS of
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BOOK AT LIBRARY.
S13 Ann of Green Gables--Mont
gomery, L. M.
S13 I)awn O'llara-Fcrber, Ed.
813 ('hita; A Memory of Lost Is
813 Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford -
Chester, C. R.
823 Mezzagiorno-Ayscough, John.
S13 Polly of the Circus-Mayo.
51.1 Brewster's Millions-McCutch
813 The Clansmen- Dixon.
813 Molly Make Believe-Abbott.
813 Man in Lonely Land- Ilooher.
813 Pleasures and Palaces--Tonip
813 The Street Called Straight
813 White Sister-Crawford.
813 Their Yesterdays--Wright. II.
813 Where There's a Will--Rine
hart, M. N.
813 Four Roads to Paradise-Good
813 Bishop of Cottontown-Moore,
813 Deserted Wife-Southworth.
823 Dust of Conflict-Bindloss.
813 Sins of the Father-Dixon.
808 Composition and Rhetoric
821.08 Standard English Poems
942 Short History of English Peo
293 Norse Stories-Mable.
811 Helen Jackson's Poems.
425 English Language-Meiklejohn.
371 Management of a City School
371 Leonard and Gertrude-Pesta
821 Paradise Lost-Milton.
810.8 Masterpieces of American
370.9 History of Education-Seeley,
653 Business Correspondence in
811 Neighborly Poems-Riley, J. W.
371 Art of Teaching-White.
653 Key to Business-Pitman.
910 Complete Geography-Tarr &
808 English Composition-Wendell
808 Specimens of Exposition.
808 Specimens of Narrations
370.9 History of Pedagogy-Payne.
425 Higher English Grammar-
425 Modern English.
371 Waymarks for Teachers-Ar
821 Idylles of the King-Tennyson.
170.4 Quest of Happiness-Hillis.
371.5 New School Management.
372.4 School Reading and How to
J813 Mildred's Inheritance-John
3813 Master Skylark-Bennet, John
3813 The amplgllhter--Cummins.
J813 Harry's Island-Barbour.
J813 Lass of the Silver Sword-Du
J813 West Point Yearling-Malone.
3813 Betty Wales, Sophomore
3813 Who gilled Cock Robin?
J813 Just Patty-Webster.
3813 Guersey Lily-Coolidge, S.
J813 Little Colonel'a Holldays-
3823 Tom Brown's School Days-
J793 Little Plays for Little People
J973 American History 8tories- I
3910 Two 8ples-Louslng, B. T.
3808.8 Graded Classie-Halllbur-.
ton & Norrel, .
5973 Hero Tales from American
Hlstory.-Lodge & Roosevelt.
5373.89 Boys of '9--OtIs. 1
3-73 Children's Stories of American
J3808 Stepping Stones to Literature
3641 Cookery fort Little OGrls--le
3808. School Reading by Grades-
3338 Lamd We Live In-Price.o
3398 Polklore Stories and Proverbs
3808.8 Choice Literature-Williams.
3920 hamom Voyagr and Explor
3338 Pables in FPeather-Bourke.
.M I 11 51.00@ DSpft Wca
Omusr d-Gemla TOrt & Sylas Balm
CAPITAl AND SURPLUS nOrraOam
31 Camp sQst eu11 C..o stret
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School Girls Specials!
Made of whipcords, p1an1amas an
eerees, soveral newV tai lortd mo
dels: buttoned trilllimme ; uti.thii 32
.\ large assortment of ('hiliren'.
Dresses made of ginghams anld lin
en: good fitting garriens, worth
Extra good quality Children's
Ribbed Hose. Special...... 10
('learance of $1.50 Middy blouses
pretty color combinations--szes 8
1618 and 1620 DRYADES ST.
Makers of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
AFTER THE NEWSPAPERS.
The Herald is in receipt of an om
cial communication from the Third As
sistant Postmaster General, in which
he calls attention to a recent ruling
now appearing in the Postal Guide,
which prohibits a newspaper from
sending its paper to any subscriber
who is in arrears for his paper for
more than one year. There is a pen
alty attached for sending the paper
through the malls to a subscriber who
owes more than a year and it is for
this reason that we notify our sub
scribers, especially those who are in
arrears more than one year, to make
a remittance in the next fifteen days,
being the time allotted us by the Gov
ernment for making the collection
from those who are in arrears. Sub
scribers failing to make this remit
tance will be taken off our mailing
list and other efforts will be used for
making collections. We regret very
much that we are compelled to refuse
to extend credit further than a year,
but as it is one of the rulings of the
Post Office Department, over which
we have no control, the subscribers
will 'bear with us that we are but Just
in our demands. Please take notice
of the label on your wrapper, which
will tell you the date to which your
paper has been paid.
At a meetingl of the franchise com
mlttee of the city council last week,
an ordinance was approved granting
pipe line privileges to Morgan's Loua
isiana & Texas Railroad & Steumship
Company in Wagner street, betwee.
Patterson and Lawrence streets, for
which the company is to pay the eity
the sum of $100 anually, and to gear
antee the proper restoration of any
streets and lsidewalksl which may be
distarbed by the installing ao said
pipes and to maintain the same in
good condition for the term of aem
year. Chairman Hardee stated that
he was advised that this line is to be
used for piping fuel oil, which it will
bring here In its ships, to storage
tanks lin the rear of Algiers.
List of unclaimed letters remlning
at Station A, New Orleans postoffc,
for the week ending Sept. 19, 191t:
Ladies-Misslu Florestlne Dupuy, Su
san Larkins, Rachel Sawel, Mrs. Whe
Gents-Jeuss Myers, Ourea Porter,
Villers Parker, Jack Struter.
A. F'. Leonhardt, P. M.
". W. Daniels, Supt. Sta. A.