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VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913. No. 49.
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.A musical and dramatic program
inder the auspices of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Louisiana Branch of
the Board of Missions will be given
the evening of Friday, April 18, at 7:30
o'clock, in Trinity Parish House.
Miss Sadie Vezien and little Cecilia
Randolph and Behrman French will
take part in the dramatic program.
Mrs. L. G. Daudelin will discuss '"The
Selfish Christian" and Miss Clara Bear
will discuss "The Indifferent Chris
tian." There will be no admission
Mrs. Treadaway and little daugh
ter, Anna. spent the week-end with
re'atives in Ironton, La.
Miss May Barrett, a popular young
lady of Algiers, has been named as
sistant librarian at the Algiers Li
brary, succeeding Miss Mabel Lang
with, who recently was married. Miss
Barrett passed a highly creditable ex
amination and is well qualified for the
Malcolmn Schroder, aged 7 years,
son of lion John Schroder, sustained
a fracture of the left leg above the
knee while at play Wednesday even
ing at 5 o'clock in front of his parents'
home, No. 224 Vallette street. He was
attended by Dr. J. E. Pollock, who set
A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized Thursday evening at St. Joseph's
rectory, Rev. T. Stenmans offciating,
the contracting parties being Miss
Regina Dinckel ,daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Dinchel, of McDonoghville,
and Robert A. Harper, a popular
young man of Algiers. Miss Stella
Lloyd was the bridesmaid and Wallace
Harper the best man. Miss Florence
Higgins rendered "The Rosary" on the
piano during the signing of the regis
ter. After the ceremony an elegant
supper was served at the bride's
home. The couple will reside in Al
Thomas J. Ood aged 11 years, son
of Hon. Thomas P. Goff, of 537 Elmira
avenue, was attacked and bitten by a
dog belonging to Mrs. Joseph Rich
ards, of Vallette and nEa Streets, on
Thursd* afternoon while passing te
corner. The wound is lh the calf of
the right leg, and was dressed by Dr.
A J. aJ. t.
J. Ellis, aged 23 years,,a machinist
helper employed by the Bouthern Pa
cic Railroad, sqstained a fractured
collarbone Friday morning when he
fell from the running board of an en
gine on which he was working. He
was taken to is home in Elmira ave
nue, between Eliza and Evelina
Mrs. Jam. Gallagher and little son,
Roland, were guests last week of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Bertuccini, of Ocean
Edwin Edwards and sister, Miss
Emma Edwards, of Bay St. Louis, who
were here for the Langwith-Rohn
nuptials, returned home.
Mrs. J. Creighton Mathews has been
invited to address the Women's Pro
gressive League of Colington on some
of the vital questions which are part
of the club woman's wmork.
A Reduced Price on Every
Hat in the House
An Opportunity for . kit
Friday and Saturday
100 Assorted Trimmed Hats in
Milans, Hemps, Chips, Etc.,
with assorted trimmings, reg
ular $5 values
Special Friday 2098 e
and Saturday, -
We Retail at Wholesale Prices
Grossman-Weinfeld Millinery Co.
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Mrs. Alfred Ricker and little daugh
ter, Anna, returned after a visit of
several weeks in Lafayette.
Mrs. Wallace Lampton presented
her husband with a baby girl on Sun
Mrs. (Dr.) Aug. Willis left Saturday
The Algiers Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, will have its annual
picnic on May 3.
Mrs. W. J. 1elson and little son,
Willis, returned from Gulfport.
Ed P. Kiehl came in from Abita
Monday and returned Wednesday.
Mrs. U. J. Lewis has returned from
Pointe a la Hache, La.
Mrs. R. Springer, of Columbus, Ga.,
but formerly of Algiers, presented her
husband with a baby boy last ,riday.
The many friends of Mrs. Percy
Sadler will be pleased to learn that
she is improving after having under
gone a very serious operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Molaison are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival
of a baby girl on last Sunday.
Landry Adams, 6 years old, was at
tacked and bitten by a deg belonging
to Mrs. Joseph Richards, of Vallette
and Eliza streets, at 6 o'olock Mon
day evening. He was'attended by Dr.
A. C. King.
At a meeting Monday night the aux
iliary benevolent feature of J. C. Root
Camp No. 579, Woodmen of the World,
of Algiers, elected Dr. James E. Pol
On Thursday, April 10, at the
Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, in
St. Charles Avenue. Miss Elizabeth A.
Joyce, one of our former Algiers girls,
who was well known here and counted
her friends by the hundreds, was hap
pily married to Mr. Jos. E. Triche, of
Osyka, Miss. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. A. E. Otis.
Mr. Ed Hymel, of Baton Rouge,
spent Sunday with his mother and sis
Mr. Ralph Nolan has returned td his
home in Algiers after spending some
few months in Globe, Ariz.
Mrs. Joe Bowers, of Opelousas ace
nue, is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rohr, of Pointe
a la Hache, arrived Wednesday to
spend a few days here.
WILL HONOR GRAND GUARDIAN.
To-night at the meeting of the
Orange Grove No. 8, Woodmen Circle,
Mrs. Amelia Smith, will receive a
handsome present from the members
of Orange Grove No. 8 in honor of her
election to the highest office within
the gift of the Woodmen Circle of the
State of Louisiana.
Mrs. Smith is also the present
guardian of Orange Grove, and it is
largely through her efforts and those of
her immediate friends that the grove
has been built up to its present high
standing. We were unable to get fur
ther particulars regarding the pres
PERCY SADLER INJURED.
Percy Sadler, a switchman for the
New Orleans Terminal Company, 915
North Carrollton avenue, fell from a
box car in the railroad company's
yard in St. Louis street early Tues
day. Hle was taken to the Charity
Hlospital. Hie sustained a fracture of
the base of the skull, besides internal
injuries. His condition is dangerous.
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
There was a very interesting meet
ing of the Woman's Guild, it being the
annual meeting, held at the rectory
last night. The president made her
annual report, after which they pro
ceeded to the election of officers. All
the officers were re-elected to their
same positions. Light refreshments
were served. The treasurer's report
showed a balance from last year of
$9.67, receipts $148.25 and expendi
tures $110.12, leaving a balance of
$41.80 with which to start the new
Last Sunday the Rev. Sidney L.
Vail conducted the early service,
spoke to the Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. and preached at 11 a.m. He
leaves to-morrow for Natchitoches and
the missions under his care. We are
always glad to welcome him back to
his home parish and to have him in
The rector announced that Mrs.
Helen Pitkin Schertz had kindly of
fered to assist in the music on the
morning of the 27th with her harp.
This is one of the first instruments
of music used in the service of the
true God and the false ones, and yet
in these days heard less frequently
than almost any other instrument In
the service. It was the favorite .musi
cal instrument of David, King of Is
rael, as well as of the famous Grecian
Rev. A. W. Skardon was a welcome
visitor at the recory on Tuesday.
Last Sunday evening Walter Senat,
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Joseph Wright, was baptized, the
sponsors being Mrs. S. J. Glass and
Mr. Archie Wright.
Services next Sunday at the usual
hours. At the evening service the
rector will preach on the subject of
"Temperance." A cordial invitation is
extended to all to be present.
EW METHODIST CHURCH
TO COST $20,000.00
Committee For Funds and
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Weihmer placed
their church letters with us last Sun
day morning. They come highly re
commended from the Lafayette con
gregation. Their present residence is
:329 Belleville. (Ladies please note.)
Rev. J. M. Henry baptised the infant
dqughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. M.
Brown, at Sunday School, April 1:1.
The sermon preached *by Rev. Tan
sey Sunday evening, was both scholar
ly and spiritual. Ilis subject was
"Prayer." lie is very popular with
A new-church enterprise was launch
ed by the Quarterly Conference, held
in the Pastor's studio Tuesday night.
T. P. Bell, I. II. Gibson. A. C. King,
F. A. Daniels,. J. B. Miller and R. M.
Brown were appointed as a commis
sion to lay plans and secure funds.
The Sunday School expects to raise
$1500 this year towards the new build
ing. Mrs. Henry's class pledged $100.
The building will probably cost be
tween $15,000.00 and $20,000.00.
A. S. Daniels has been appointed
delegate to the State Sunday School
Convention, to be held in Alexandria
H. R. Hafkerspring, H. H. Gibson
and A. S. Daniels were appointed dele
gates to the District Conference at
Bogalusa, April 17 and 18.
The prayer service Thursday even
ing will be conducted by Rev. Tansey,
the Pastor being at Bogalusa.
We are pleased to announce that
Bishop Sessums will be with us Sun
day morning at the 11 o'clock service
and preach the sermon.
NEW INDUSTRY STARTS.
Caflero Ice Works Ready To-Day.
This morning the Caflero Ice Works
will start to pull its first cakes of ice
from the large containers which were
frozen during Wednesday, thus mak
ing a new industry for our district and
the only one of its k!i ! over here. The
plant isowned by Sidney M. Calero,
who has been in the retail ice busit
ness for many years, and through hard
work, honest efforts and a food deal
of hustling he has been able to reach
the goal dreamed of during many
The ice plant is one of the most up.
to-date establishments, having the
latest machinery, and will be able to
supply all the ice and more than will
be consumed in our district. Mr.
Cafiero expects to sell the ice only to
dealers, and his retail business will
be taken care of by one of his broth
ers, who will be his successor. The
plant will be in charge of Ed M. Ca
flero, with John Sharpe as engineer.
The plant is located at 216-22 Homer
HIS OWN STORE.
Louis L. Marer, formerly the
general manager of the big store
located on Canal Street, known
as the Unclaimed Freight Store,
has opened up his own place of
business at 1104 Canal street, where
he is handling the same class of rain
coats and other clothing that made
the other store so popular with the
Mr. Marer has made a good many
Algiers friends, and he desires to have
them call on him at his new place. Mr.
Marer is a resident of the city of New
Orleans He married a 'New Orleans
girl, and is recognized as one of the
big boosters across the river. No
doubt his many friends will give him
A LOCAL COMPOSER.
The Herald is in receipt of two
compositions of music, namely, "The
Words, the Words of Love," and "Dat
Sluefoot Rag." These two pieces of
music, the words of which are ex
ceedingly catchy, are from the pen of
Mrs. George Zibilich, of Bermuda
street. Mrs. Zibilich deserves a great
deal of credit for the tact she has ex
hibited, and no doubt the pieces of
music will become very popular.
A trip was made Tuesday morning
to the Stanton School, which is lo
cated near the Stanton plantation,
about nine miles below Algiers, and
which was recently closed on account
of some misunderstanding about a
teacher, by President Sol Waxier, Di
rector Weggmann and 8uperintendent
3. L Owian. The matter was anUally
adjusted and Mrs. M. PIseher us ap
peiated teacher for the scebool, which
will reopen at once and will probably
be continued until July.
BANK C ASHIER DECAMPS.
John T. Olsen, former cashier of the
Kenner branch of the Jetlfferson Com
mor ial and Savings Bank, has left
for parts unknown. lie also left a
deficit in the bank's funds, which,
however, is not large and is more
than covered by his bond of $4,00)0,
thus assuring no loss to the bank.
Olsen was a resident of Algiers and
had been in charge of the Kenner
bank for more than a year past. lie
was very highly regarded by the of
ficials of the bank, who are as much
surprised at his fall from grace as are
his many friends.
State Bank Examiner Young went
over the accounts of the Kenner in
stitution during the week. Mr. Young
appeared before the grand jury
Wednesday, and that body, after re
ceiving a statement from him, re
turned an indictment against Olsen
for the embezzlement of $550.
CAPTAIN REDFERN TO ASK FOR
Captain S. E. Redfern, United States
immigration commissioner, will re
quest the board of port commissioners
to provide a landing for the immigra
tion station boats nearer Canal street.
The landing at present is at the foot
of Delery street, which, Captain Red
fern complains, is entirely too far
from the city proper to render the im
migration station gny material serv
SECRETARY DANIELS WILL VISIT
NAVAL STATION MAY 23.
In a conference at the Navy De
partment Tuesday Secretary Daniels
informed Representatives Estopinal
and Dupre that his visit of inspection
to the New Orleans Naval Station
will be on May 23.
General Estopinal and Mr. Dupre
expect to go to New Orleans at that
time if their congressional duties will
JAMES FOSTER DEAD.
James Foster, a well-kiwn brake
man on the Southern Pacific Road,
died at 5 C0? o'clock ue.,dyo mfliil:,
at the home of his uncle, Michael
Ryan, No. 235 Belleville street. He
was 43 years of age and a native of
Ireand, where he leaves his parents,
Thomas and Annie Foster. 'He was a
resident of Algiers for twentyfive
years, and was well and favorably
known. He also is survived by two
brothers, Michael and George Foster.
The various railroad fraternal organi
zations attended his funeral at 3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Inter
ment was in St. Bartholomew's Ceme
FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED.
Many sorrowing friends attended
the funeral of Edward J. Fitzpatrick,
who was accidently shot on Tuesday
night last. The funeral took place
Thursday afternoon from the Church
of the Holy Name of Mary. Rev. T.
J. Larkin officiating. The interment
was in St. Patrick Cemetery No. 1.
The following were the pallbearers:
John Artigues, Joe. Garrick, Albert
Garrick, George Stone, Fred 't'hiroux
and John Gourdain. .
The work of strengthening the
levees directly opposite the store of
Mr. J. E. Renecky is well under head
way. The Southern Pacific is having
thd 'work done. Two train loads of
sand, consisting of eighteen cars, are
being used to complete the work, and
it is believed that as soon as this
work shall have been completed the
Algiers levee will be in perfect condi
COMPANY H, W. O. W., TO DRILL
FOR NATIONAL HONORS
At a meeting of CompanyH of the
Uniform Rank of Woodmen held last
Thursday night in Algiers an official
communication was received from
General John T. Yates, commander-in
chief of this department of the order,
notifying the members that the na.
tional encampment will be held at
Put-in-Bay, Ohio, July 28, and in
structing the champion company of
the South to get ready for the trip.
The letter stated the transportation
would be futarnished and other liberal
advantages offered. It was decided
that twenty-one men would leave here
July 25 over the Queen and Crescent
route in a special tourist sleeper. Ma
jor N. J. Duplantis, commander of the
Fifteenth Regiment, in addition to the
omfeers of Company H, will be in-.
Company H. willB compete with
champion sovereign soldiers from all
over the United States and the mem
bers are mworklfn hbrd, beeause It is
their ambition to capture one of the
prlsie sad the homer that would re
dmd to hem If smeh were imoibtr
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Of the Ownership, Management, Etc.,
of The Herald.
The following amdavit, which is
made before Robert E. O'Connor, is
required by the United States govern
ment and is published in accordance
with direction and an act of Congress,
August 24, 1912:
"This is to certify that Dr. C. V.
Kraft is managing editor, business
manager and publisher of The Herald
of New Orleans, Louisiana. It is not
incorporated, there are no stockhold
ers, there are no bondholders, mort
gagees, or any other security holders,
and that it is entirely owned and op
erated by Dr. C. V. Kraft."
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ert E. O'Connor on the 31st day of
March, 1913. apl 10 17
RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH A
LESS PROIT. BUT YOUR SHOES
Being one of the oldest established
dyeing and cleaning houses in New
Orleans, and the fact that our works
were located in Algiers for many
years, we need little introduction to
the "big family" across the river.
We want to give you the best there
is in dyeing and cleaning and at the
same time render you a service at the
right price to warrant your patronage.
Our representative will be in Algiers
three days a week, and we thank our
patrons in anticipation of the courte
sies which may be extended to him.
Remember, our prices are no higher
than others for better work.
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Mr. William Stalcup, formerly elec
trician at the Algiers Railway and
Lighting Plant, has accepted a posi
tion with the government at Panama,
and will sail on Saturday for that
place, where he will take up his new
work. He will be followed shortly by
his wife and children.