Devoted to the Upbulldln of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912. No. 28.
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While Truck 6's crew were at the
&$ Friday night, malicious parties en*
Wed the company's house and un
erewed five brass ball ornaments
,os the beds in the dormitory, two of
hich were later recovered on the
bisesd. No clew has been obtained.
Gaus Barrett. the bright young son
"Hon. and Mrs. Jno. A. Barrett, met
ith a very painful accident last week.
While playing basket-ball at the Boys'
i School he had the misfortune to
oeak his left arm just above the el
.w. The injured member was at
pded to by l)r. A. J. Danna.
Miss Alma V. Smith spent a few
I-s with her aunt, Mrs. Victor
Miss Rebecca Harvey of Harvey,
a~, was the guest of Mrs. W. H. Sey
par last week.
t. Rev. John E. Gunn, S. M., is a
pest at the rectory of the Church of
he Holy Name of Mary.
Next Thursday (Thanksgiving) there
rm be mass at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary at 9 o'clock.
On Nov. 16th, Henry Godfried Dihl
san and Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth Weis
rere married by Rev. A. J. Schllesser.
he witnesses were C. Mattern, John
L Loyacano and Karl Trefzger.
Miss Leah Vanderlinden is spending
aue time in Tucson, Ariz.
Mrs. Frank Pace is the guest of Mrs.
P. H. Bryan of Ocean Springs, Miss.
Miss Jean Belcher, recording secre
ary of the Louisiana Federation of
Women's clubs, who has been a resi
sat of Lake Charles for many years,
aw is in New Orleans as the guest
t Mrs. J. Creighton Mathewes.
Mrs. Thomas Nolan ofeMyrtle Grove
ivisiting Mrs. F. J. Treadway.
Chas. Smith, formerly of McComb,
lis., but more recently of Dennison,
or This Week!
Caracul Coats, 6.98
.latifully trimmed with three
Igs frogs, large shawl collar and
I, 54 Inches long, sizes 14 to 44.
18.00 Suitsi 12.95
LADIES', MISSES' and JUNIOR;
aIs in serges, whipcords and
-Lhots; some elaborately trim
Is& others plain tailored; every
-a n ew model; these are well
Pth your inspection. Special....
,5c Sweaters, 49c
12 " " $1.48
OB and 1620 Dryades St. t
BIG WEEK PRESENTr
AT THE Evelyn Gisc Schafer
Viela Gisch Huckins
land Wallace Christy
Week of .. e..r
ovember I. all .i.i.l Sketch..,
th-30th _ """"""
el"ive. w m
An Old Virginia Ham and a
Nice Fat Turkey.
Two appropriate dishes for the
Southern Thanksgiving table. We
do not sell turkeys, but we do sell
Spratley's Old Virginia Hams.
If you have never eaten Virginia
Ham you have missed a treat-that
is, if properly cooked. If you are
not sure your cook knows exactly
how, we will furnish a recipe with
each ham of just how to boil or
Handle only the Genuine Razor
back Hams, packed and cured by
Tazwell T. Spratley Company,
Smithville, Va., 40c a pound.
You still have time to get our cat
alogue and order your needs, or bet
ter still, visit our stores and make
We deliver goods to any part of
the city, and extend open accounts
to all responsible parties.
A. M. & J. SOLARI, Ltd.
FA.NCY FAMILY GROCERS, AND DIS
TRIBUTORS OF HIGH-GRADE
WINES AND LIQUORS.
MAIN HOUSE--Royal and Iberville 8ts.,
one block below Canal Street.
Tex., spent a few days in our town
last week visiting friends.
Sam McGary of Alix street is re
ported very ill in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Atchinson of Mobile,
Ala., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hy.
Aycock on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oates are visit.
Ing relatives in New Orleans.
Mrs. Abbie Cross, accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Carrie, were the
guests of Mrs. Edw. Cross last week.
Chris L. Stumpf, Jr., is home again
after a stay in New York.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Will Huff, Jr., will be pleased to hear
that they have returned to make their
home in Algiers.
Miss Nellie Dubret spent a few days
in St. Bernard parish, the guest of
-Mrs. A. K. Brown of Bermuda and
Eliza streets spent a few days last
week at Home Place, the guest of Mrs.
Mrs. N. K. Sampson is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. H. Sterling, for a few
Mrs. De Lassus of Home Place vis
ited our town last week and was enter
tained by Mrs. J. T. Koester.
Will Heap and family have removed
to the city.
r'. Albion Daniels spent Saturday
and Sunday at Belle Rose, La.
Mrs. Ernest Aucoin and daughter,
Miss Edna, left for Bayou Boeuf Mon
day, to attend the funeral of her fath
Maurice Laskey spent a few days
with his mother last week.
Miss Lenney Barlow of Belle Rose,
La., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Miss Zuleme Bostick left last week
for Houston for the Houston carnival.
Eddie Lilly returned Sunday from
St. Louis, where he went on business.
Jos. Duffy has returned from Shreve
Miss Eugenta Herbert spent Wed
-esday and Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Theard of Ursullne avenue.
George Herbert, III., spent Saturday
tad Sunday at Grammercy, La., as the
luest of George Irving.
New Orleans Hive No. 5, Ladies of
the Maccabees of tip World, held a
meeting at 'Hall of Tulane Tent, 139
. Claiborne avenue, Wednesday, Nov.
13th. Quite a large crowd was in at
:endance, there being four initiations.
Lady Laura B. Hart, state commander
,f Texas and Louisiana, was present
ad gave a lengthy talk on the good of
he order, complimenting the N. O.
live on their growth.
On Thanksgiving morning at 7:30
o'clock at Mt. Olivet Episcopal church,
holy communion will be celebrated by
Rev. A. R. Edbrooke.
The Ladies' Guild of Mt. Olivet
church held their regular meeting at
the rectory. It was decided that the
Guild, assisted by Miss Sadie Vezien,
give an entertainment on Dec. 10th.
Miss Vezien will furnish the entertain
ment while the Guild will have charge
of the refreshments and the fancy
work table. At the fancy-work table,
there will be all sorts of pretty gifts
suitable for Christmas presents, which
can be purchased at reasonable prices.
NEW ICE PLANT
TWENTY-TON FACTORY TO BE
Contract Signed-Ready For Opera.
tion April 1st.
Tuesday afternoon Sidney Caflero
announced to The Herald that he had
just closed a contract with the Henry
Vogt Machinery Company, of Louis
ville, Ky., for a twenty-ton ice plant,
which will be located in Homer street
between the river and Brooklyn ave
nue. The building for the new plant
has already been erected and most of
the piping for the ammonia has been
installed and ready to receive the ma
chinery. The contract price for the
machinery, together with the building
and full equipment, will represent an
investment of $20,000. The machinery
people promise Mr. Caflero that the
plant will be ready for operation by
April 1st and that it will produce, ev
ery twenty-four hours, twenty tons of
ice. The plant will be known as the
Caflero Ice Works. Sidney Cafilero,
who has been in the retail ice business
for several years here, has contem
plated this extension of his business
for some time. In fact, the building
has been erected far in advance of
placing the contract for the machin
ery, and it is another evidence of Mr.
Caflero's determination in an enter
prise when he has made up his mind
to make it a go. He will be assisted
in the operation of the plant by his
three brothers, who are also well
known business men. Mr. Caflero
stated that there would be no ice war
as a result of the building of his fac
tory, but that the product would be
reasonable, in the neighborhood of $3
a ton at the platform, which is the
price now maintained in the city.
"Greater New Orleans" Greatest Millinery Store
From new until Thketkgiving we willtrit ABSOLUTELY
FREE eery hat where the ehpe and meterel.r for trin
ming. are, b ht herm. This TheAkegiviq effer hAe bee
med for mevere yer andr he prmee es the meet pepolar
plan we Aho ever eanneoced. Ceme earty-erdera moat
be filsol redive4 oMt we GUARANTEE DELIVERY
Of .ery he on or fan Thekgivme seraly.
We are Buy your
as the Hat at the
Plume House House and
of the Save the Re
City tailers' Profit
Our entire line of shapes and trimmings Greatly
Reduced for this Sale.
A Few of Our Extra Specials for Friday and Saturday
Willow Plumes, $3.00, 3.75, 5.25 and 7.50
Long Nap. Imported Beavers, Black Only $1m0
Regular $3.50 value, For this Sale - $1.98
Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
RetaH D menot * Whoesale Department
2 M 20 mgnie. St. 210,12-14-11 MagaIne St.
THRILLING WILD ANIMALS
SPECIAL FEATURE IN
THE THEATRE OF QUALITY
Friday, Nov. 29th.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
STARTING AT 6:30 O'CLOCK
N 'WO PAR'S.
Te, Ho.e ol Sere .oine
for is mwa lo wild mal
Ike a oft dais Mrate eare
anywime, a- ay iite,
uSdiia lbatne rpam
'KIgs of the Forest'
Ii To Tels
I is a &hamemmi, bair "
s., of ife in die Tm l
tlhseo been able a cs
this mueuial podutide, a esl
heavy peess, for a limited
MR. KELLER PROUD OF HIS RE.
Citizens Homestead Association Makes
The fifth semi-annual statement for
the six months ending June 30th, show
ing the standing of the finances of the
Citizens Homestead Association, has
just been published. This statement
reflects great credit upon the Associa
tion and especially upon the secretary,
F. J. Keller, who is an untiring worker
in the Association. Mr. Keller gives
his entire time to this work and it is
through his efforts that many of the
loans on the books at present have
been made. The assets of the Asso
ciation, which amount to more than
$127,000, is, the result of the work of
the Association since its organizaztion
in August, 1909. The following assets
and liabilities will give the prospective
investor some idea of the standing of
the Association, and the safety with
which they may deposit their savings
or secure a loan:
i.oans secured by vendors'
Loans secured by stock of
Association ............ 3,013.00
Due by borrowers for inter
est .................... 1,031.73
Furniture and fixtures..... 270.00
Real estate owned by Asso
ciation ................. 2,465.55
Due by borrowers for insur
ance .................... 31.55
Incomplete loans .......... 700.00
Cash on hand .............. 158.06
Total ................ $127,169.89
Full paid stock ............ $ 95,100.00
Installment stock ......... 25,315.74
Interest advanced before due 82.37
Contingent loss and reserve
fund .................... 2,494.86
Borrowed money .......... 500.00
Liability under incomplete
loans .................. 650.00
:undry open accounts...... 6.50
Undivided profits, 6 months 3,020.42
STOYS FROM THE GREAT LEIPZIG FAIR
S 'HE outttani ing inllj' rtatnic l.' i.li aI , c. ,n initci.l
t,, , ic m n l ly ci l,, fr, !1l i i ..: lair-. \\i ch 1 :i -
Inually attrac: an enII rnl, n- cn .'IIC r-c 'I ut ,l\lsr, fi..
all part: ,i .-\mcricca. lurlw anail .\-ia!ic c k.- .:ric-. It - 't
nl,..t inmp rtant i ,\" .1larkct in ih -. !rl --the most important
fair of all being held at Easter."
The alb se qu,,tati,,s i- tik ien r,,-, ,, an tilUtls t.Lihc ac
cltou t al, ullt .L'ipzi7 .
This Easter over 20,000 buyers attended this great Leipzig
Fair, \vhich. by the \\a\. la-: In ut . n , k.
AND HOLMES' STORE HAD ITS
CORPS OF BUYERS THERE. TOO.
V. tiur t yi buyer i\r ,tt ar :, t ie :i le: I f l c -saf il l .
inI that our tl\u ,tclrinL>. : i. ,, ,a' ' cl! e-c i \.tr;lV i ;nil
price anything \te illa\< x er its ! ! 2 .fi \\c tC l .1\ ,
chia-cl fr min the iiexlen 1\v t i. It n -i 'le 'ict - h. t ' ii l."
THESE TOYS FROM THE LEIPZIG FAIR ARE
NOW SHOWN IN OUR TOY DEPARTMENT.
(and exclusively there.)
The Bucking Broncho, a n, , in In , 1,ii ,rc in three -i/c,-
7.00 8.50 a;,l1 10.00
Moving Horse i,,r 75c antl Moving Horse and Wagon
Mechanical Driving Horses frs,,m1 2.00 [l,.
Velocipedes 1.25 u11 andI Pedal Wagons and Automobiles
fry m 3.50 up.
Sidewalk Sulkies 1.50 uip. Doll Carriages and Go-Carts
Dolls that walk 1.00, 1.50 and1 2.00.
Jumeau Dolls 1.75 tl, 2.00.
Jointed Dolls, havin s m,,\ i ci -- s \ ith c\ela.,he, at 1.00.
Dressed Dolls 50c up. and, Character Face Dolls 50c up.
also Musical D)lls.
Lucia Organs 2.95. Phonographs 6.95.
.\nd hundreds ,sf other TI',v<. including Moving Picture
Machines, Mechanical Boats, Trains, Automobiles, Trolley
Cars, Merry-Go-Rounds and New Games.
D. H. HOLMES CO.,
People who are
HAVE ae1f ft their
HAVney know y ex
periesce the scone
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PIANO? Thewat reli
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a mu the toeesaf
a piano by look sg
at t. Any artile NOT
should be honestly
made and well i n
Ished. so that it will A
stand the wear and
tear of ,ie. Such KIM
a Piano you have ia
the KIMIAl te PI
ANO AND PLAYrR BALL?
Jelis Hart Pino House, Ltd.
J. P. SIMMONS,
703-705 CANAL ST.
Fire of unknown origin was discov.
ered at 6:55 o'clock Friday night in
the double cottage, 921-923 Vallette
street, owned by Marco Rosamano and
occupied jointly by Charles Barnes
and Arthur Davis, both negroes. The
building, valued at $1,400, was almost
completely destroyed. It is insured
for $1,000 in the Peterson agency.
Barnes lost all his furniture, valued at
$750, while Davis' furniture was dam
aged about $300. Neither carried in
surance. The adjoining building, 933
Vallette street, owned by Charles
Spahr and occupied by Emma Lam
bart, was damaged about $250, which
loss Is covered by insurance in the Pe
terson agency. The Lambart woman's
loss amounted to $200, with no insur
Successors to Cable Piano Co.
OLE AGENTS for Mason & Hamlia, Conover, Cable, Kingsbury
Kohlder & Campbell, Wellingtos, Upright pianos and platyer
piaos. Sheet usic 10 cents. Store open eveintgs till 9 o'clock,
SeW118 1 $1.00 Dumpi Wdieoms
CommurclaJ- Geram l Trust & Savigs Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS m,000,000.
311 Camp Street 811 Common Street
PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS
ALL STRlET CARS PASS THE DOOR.
3 1-2% on Savings
Will help to curtail your living ex.
penses to the lowest minimum.
Our PRICES and TERMS are
within reach of any one's purse.
We have In stock at either our
Uptown or Downtown Store Furni
ture for every room in a house.
Suppose you stop in the next
time you come over and examine
our goods and see how much cheap.
per our prices are.
TERMS: Cash or Open Account.
ONINTOI STORE-72-.332-34 MITI
SLAINRNIE AVENUE, AIER ST. All
IPTIWI ISTOE--3224-2-2-3 NAA
ZIE STREET, MIER PLEASIT
P. C. DUVIC'S
The Finest Kitchen Utensils In the
ONLY 10C MONTH.
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