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Devted to the Upbullding of the West 1Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newpaper."-MAN UFACTURER' RECORD. VOL. XXI. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913. 2. 29. PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE D)r. Harry E. Nelson returned Friday from Morgan City where he went on lusiness and pleasure. Capt. H. J. Thompson was called to New York on Thursday last on account of the death of his mother, which oc i urred at Westerly, R. I. Capt. Thomp son expects to return in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schafer of Elmira avenue are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a baby girl at their :ouse yesterday. Mrs. Schafer has ,,en seriously ill but is rapidly im proving. Mrs. Chas. Featherling and daugh tor, Miss Shirley, will leave here about le,. Ist for De Quincy, La.. where they a ill take up their residence. Mr. 'Peatherling. who for many years has been at the head of the mechanical department of the Algiers Saw Mill. will remain here. Mrs. Kammerer will accompany them. The Thanksgiving dinner that is annually given by the King's l)augh ters and Sons will be given today. Misses Sallie Pearson and Georgenia Herbert are on committees to assist in serving. Mrs. L. D)eLaup desires to announce that she will entertain the Five Hun McDonoghvillo Coal Co., C ,arT. W F. SPECE., .. , i..., Dealers in Pittsburg and Cahaba Red Ash Coal Phonei Algiio 308-WN, oeshgbrillo,La. THE EYE BLASS SHOP SF BAROSHE ST., AT 145 We alm to provide Faultless Oplisal Snis. THE EUREKA CAFE I'ATTERSON AND WAGNER STREETS Best place In the City to get a sand wlh and a cold glass of beer. Meals and Lunches served. Grocery In connection. TEI. AIA;IERS 129. CORNELIUS GAST, Manager. Saturday Special Ladies' and Mi..es' Suite $9.95 All Wool Serge Suits with good satin lining, every new shade, new chic styles, altera tion free, worth $12 $N NC to $15, Saturday........ . Ladies' and Mi.see' Coat. $4.75 New three-quarter and full length Coats in black and fan cy mixtures, regular 4 1i5 $10 values Saturday... Dainty $2.00 Waists 98c Saturday ....................U. All Wool Serge Skirt, worth S4.00, all colors, 1 90 Saturday.................. SU Store Open Ev~ry Saturd~ Untl 10:30 P. N. MUSIC EVERY SATURDllAY 18t A The Algiers Baking Co. J. 3. DICHARRY, Manager. WHOLESALE BAKERY Orders solicited from the grocery trade for the best bread made in New Orleans. Phone Algiers is. Oplouias Ave. and Valette St. dred Club on Friday instead of Thurs day. Albert Twickler, who accompanied his daughter, Miss Catherine, to San Antonio, Texas, where she entered the Convent of the Sisters of the Incar nate Word, has returned home, leaving his daughter established in her new home and work. Ed. J. Hymel spent Sunday in our town. The many friends of Mrs. Louis We bert will be pleased to know that sihe is much improved after a serious ope ration at the Presbyterian Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd McLean and chil dren, of Amite City, came in town this week to attend the Renecky-Escheman nuptials. Jas. Hingle of Metcalf is spending the week here. Mrs. J. H. Lewis was charged in an affidavit by Inspector Burthe on Tues day with having in her possession milk below the standard. ('elestin F. Adams and his bride, for merly Miss Eugenie M. Gayral. of Na poleonville, left Monday night for I.a fayette. where they will take up their residence. The couple were married last Thursday evening at ; o'clock at the Jesuits' church, with Miss Gertrude ,Horn and Gentle Gayral as the attend ants. Mr. Adams is a well-known an popular engineer on the Southern Pa cific road. Mrs. Amelia Smith returned Monday night from Patterson, La. Misses Adriel Lennox and Irene Brookes spent a few days at Baton Rouge last week. The Thanksgiving celebration at the kindergarten was held yesterday morn ing at 10 o'clock. The home of Mr. and Mrs. William l)ubret, of 919 Atlantic avenue, was brightened by the arrival of a baby boy. Mrs. Louis I)obel, of 723 Elmira ave-' nue, presented her husband with a baby boy. Algiers Lodge No. 206, Boilermak ers' Union, gave its first fancy dress ball Saturday night at Gould Hall., McIlonoghville, with the following committee in charge: C. F. Kenney, chairman: Jos. Koenig, ex-offcio; J. Bicycles and Motorcycles Repairs and Supplies Harley-Davldson Agents C. F. SAUER & CO. 1535-7 ST. CHARLES STREET PHONE MAIN 1156 The Following Merchants Will Give Free Tickets With Every Purchase Good for Admission to that Popular Show House The Nemo Where you see a selec tion of the finest pic tures in the world. F. . BUTISC, 310-325 aWp. Street. ARSTEIS & TEZIEIS 1., LTD., 314 315 Map $1reet. J. E. REIEAT, 701-105 PattIrg Street. ll LlAFITTE, LTY., Pelas Ani.e aid ALSIEKS mIIII a PLIENIlI 1311S, 111-163 klarud. AUnIT SIRAEL, N1-43 lPatteron. RIPPIH PIAIAT, Glrier handa aid Eliza. MIlS. AELE USSEL, 301 Slpiag Strot. ALISIEIS T mis STTRE, Gorer Upo loa aid Tu ook Sttos. KIS. I. V. ISAUHE, srier Elhmira ad TE M, Grer Pathios A lioder. Are You Going to Observe Thanksgiving a la Administation fr l the Sherrl'. t., aI 'I.I nTItl ,"I . iN SIu,n ii, ap ..tizer .itn I'". -- . 't .. 11.'r qt,' ? tI i. (, t II tu witsh t th, i t .1I\D 111I1' I. SOLARI'S I.º ill .11.11 I n.. 1\1 ",111I. . 1,94, ,l nrrv tt . r, t ar-t , Irtitln t Ill 1hW Sut h ,f 4 hamnil; ,sl.m.. tlallrklliin W ineI,. Itur-lllnlli... hllhine W inelt,. S'laret:, iantllrni,. 'a-1 'h W hi-ki. Mlilk \W hi-kis,', Shtirri.", 1,ln .r . 1:i AiL,,ra. Sw, t W ini .", <iint. r,iia -, I.ipl",,ur. , awnd 1.h ll, r Sine'ialthll . Mlilan, John Donewar, \. Mlhims. W\. Baker. J. Hughes and W. Lemle. A fine time was had, a large crowd at tending. A. RIouprich has returned from the central west, where he went to bring his string of horses home to the@ winter quarters at McDonoghville. Mr. Rouprich reported that everywhere in: terest was manifested in New Or leans. The Armitage cottage in McDonogh ville has been purchased by A. Wilbur, the well-known insurance man. The former owners have nimoed to Algiers. Mrs. F. Goebel entertained the Fi'e Hundred Club last Friday night. ROOSEVELT VOICES FAITH IN LO CAL NAVAL STATION. Assistant Secretary Roosevelt. who returned to Washington from his in spection trip to New Orleans, Pensa cola, and other naval station points in the South, made a report on the New Orleens yard, which supplements and makes stronger the report of Rear Ad miral Edwards, who recommended the reopening of the New Orleans yard un der command of a commissioned offi cer. He did not undertake to outline what his report would be, except in the most general way. "1 don't believe it is a secret that we have a friendly feeling for the New Orleans yard," said Mr. Roosevelt, "and that we believe it can be used to good advantage. From that, perhaps, you can Infer the nature of the report." Secretary Daniels long ago came to the conclusion that the New Orleans yard should be used more, even, than Rear Admiral Edwards, in his minority report, recommended. But he could not go out into the bright sunshine and grab off facts and reasons for going farther than the Admiral had recom mended. He wanted facts and rea sons for the stand he is going to take and he has been gathering them, Mr. Roosevelt's trip being undertaken pri marily to get the civilian point of view on what the navy officers are inclined to think of as only a technical problem to which they should be allowed to apply their solution. Mr. Daniels want ed a Judgment to supplement his own. Mr. Roosevelt remarked upon the fit condition of everything at the New Or leans yard, except the flooring of the wharf, which suggests that the Dock Board may not be the only buyer of below-grade stuff for such purposes. So far as Mr. Roosevelt could see, all that is needed at New Orleans is to spend some money to complete pro jecgs that were under way when the yard was closed nearly five years ago, the detailing of men and the issuing of orders directing ships to go to the New Orleans station for such repairs as they may need. Nothing can be done, however, un til after the passage of the next navy appropriation bill. To all intents and purposes, the money allowed in the current bill has been absorbed by other yards, although, if developments in the Mexican situation required the use of the yard, it is a certainty that money could be taken from other yards and used to fit up the one on the Mis sissippi. But nothing of that kind is in contemplation except as an emerg ency measure. EARLY MORNING BLAZE. Fire on Saturday morning at 3:20 o'clock started in an unoccupied build ing at 619 Patterson street, owned by Joseph E. Renecky. The building was damaged $500 and is insured. An ad. Joining cottage, owned and occupied by Theo. Paul, was damaged $50, while still another cottage, owned by Luther D. Ott and occupied by An tonlo Cardi, was damaged $20, both being Insured. MimN ETY SALIS THW PAOW -lilii O STILL SEEMS OLSEN. .\A1 ,rdine to the latest adl \iues re cei ed l t 1 . .1. tult,.r, statte conm mander of the Maccabes. thr, is lno idoubt that the mnu ho was going iunder tite name. of Jahnt .lisper at E'lephane i lutte. N .Melx. ,as John T. ()lsetn. w hI( a;sconded fromii KRIenner, af ter havini einbezzled se eeral Iliin dred dollars from the Kenner Blranchl of tile .l-'letrsoni C ooliimercial and Sa. Innis lank. To make assutranc.es doubly certain Mr. Bulger ha, reqluested that tl! young nian's mother have the remains exhumed at El Paso. Tex.. and in this way the identification will be com plete. Ihe expects to hear news (con cerning the final steps at an early date. Mr. Bulger has no doubt now that the insurance money, $1.10l*, dtue Mrs. Olsen will be paid to her. l)r. .1. 1) Graham. who is employed by the United States Reclamation Service, for which Olsen, or Jasper. was working, wrote to Mr. Bulger stat ing that Olsen, who went under the name of Jasper, was out hunting witfi William ('apnman and Homer Monroe. and was accidentally shot, this conclu sion being reached after the above witnesses and .lJasper stated the cir cumstances leading up to the wounding whic.h caused his death. I)r. Graham declared there were reasons to be lieve that the dead man desired to con ceal his identity. Jasper, or Olsen, was wounded October . when his gun ac( identally went off. He died the same day'. His identification was also made possible by photographs taken here and in New Mexico. Olsen was a ntember of the Kenner Tent of Mac cabees and was well known here. RENECKY 8WLIE THE FAMOUS B- USTER BROWN SHOES POR TRE CHILDREN. CONFERENCE BEGUN. W'. T. Christy. H. 1). French, Ed Mc Closky and .J. Nugier are in Houston, where they met with Assistant Gen eral Manager G. S. W\ald of the Sunset Central (Southern Pacific Atlantic sys tem) lines this week, with a view to ad justing the 67 grievances which formed the basis of the recent strike on that line. The best feeling apparently prevail ed and an earnest desire was said to be in evidence to secure an adjustment without resort to the federal board of mediation and conciliation under the terms of the Newlands act. Each of the four railroad organiza tions were to present their differences separately, the engineers holding .the board first. It was expected negotia tions would be completed this week. Should the conference fail to settle any grievance the United States medi ator. Hanger, will be called in as um pire. FINED ON FOURTEEN CHARGES. Mrs. H. Acker was fined $10 or fif teen days on fourteen different charg- 1 es of violating the city health ordi- 1 nances relative to vaults and she was compelled to pay into the city coffers I the sum of $140 as a result. On ten I other charges relative to defective drainage, it was shown to the satiefac- I tion of the court and the health author- I itles that steps have been taken toj make the required improvements. The cases were tried before Recorder Goff, I with Attorney Hughes representing the t health board. WUCKY UB SATIESWD WTN At L PES ROFrr. Nar roUR 30ao3 PROM HIM r Why Cross the River FOR DENTAL WORK When you have an expert here at the. Colunbian Destal Parlors rorer of orrnt cId Patorem lb. i For the next 30 days we are going to do some specimen work at special low rates. Come and be convinced. Special attention gives to diseased gums and Pyorrhea. I LARGE DERRICK LAUNCHED. e- W ith:t, axtti da" s ll,.nry I'et,.r . " l.l 1- i.te th lat're t tel dlrri k .n t i o .11ti i. iltpi In,· .cr tor u ,. inl t ". i)o:'t g it aa- I.t llt'hed last \ ',lines(i: Jat a t' . l thrhn i'' Irt. \i ork, shil,.ar, ll .\Al . - ter . ilth ap ropri tte c('+rcn nE =. "T-E lf- iituhbt.r of i\\it J. o r lloin-n, :. l',i :t - of rel, toe plany. christened it. I , b ha;ve a .ifti) , apatit' of I ,. It Swa' dle.ýi nd by Warren .Jthno:, anti Sointrn ted undelr the dlrectil uil o .atloin n lth1s. It lllasires loo e0 t ou(!" all, P has "a fot hioan anti a nmolD.el dl s of '(' ;(",-I. I: has a ( rryin t ,a;,( itlt ,f ·( . tont . It has air-tight htll ,.n ( - i- tortt ard and aft 1- It a s.ts atlrtiouncdt by Wilmer lohii Y an itl.t t!, hi . plant itn Algi -re will v he reat I' r peratioin by January I, e -is inc a*" : to a large number iof men. It l.l ie O eratte d by electrity a,)d 1 ill b ollh itolrt ( ' in e ery '- J t n - DR. J. E. POLLOCK TO SPECIALIZE. VWe are infiortedl by l'ry l co I at thority that Dr. J. E. Polol, k. otte t e our prominent young physi( icia, has become the assistant of r. W. W. lhit terworth at the Touro Intirnar . In accepting this position Dr. Poltlock is fitting himself for the special pra tive of pediatrics. or diseases of childr.n. On ac ount of being contrary to medi cal ethics. The Herald was unable to get much information from Dr. Pollock excepting that he had changed his of fleie hours to from 12 to 2. Dr. Pollock now becomies the assist ant to l)r. Butterworth at the Touro cltinis on Mondays, Wednesday and Pridays, which will give him a Last amount of experience in that part of his profession to which he has given most of his attention, namely, the dis eases of (children. Dr. Pollock has been a very ambi tious student and without doubt his suc cess in this chosen field will be mer ited. I)r. Pollock is a graduate of Tu -lane niversity and and also of our high school. He started to practice here where he was known as a boy, which - n itself usually works against the suc Scess of any young man, but his ability and determination have won for him a big measure of success already. TWENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY. One of the most enjoyable events of the season took place on Wednesday Alast, November 19th, on which day Walter R. Durand entertained his many friends in commemoration of having attained his twenty-first birth day. So many of his friends had as sembled to wish him many happy re turn, that it was necessary to have the party given at the Masonic Hall, and the astonishment of his friends when they beheld the artistic manner in which the hall was decorated is hard to describe. American flags, bunt ing, palms and ferns, as well as the young ladies present, made a most beautiful scene, which will long be remembered by those present. Refreshments played no small part in the happy gathering, and the well known Reliance Orchestra's strains could be heard until the wee small hours of the morning, when everybody left for home. all claiming to have en joyed a most pleasant evening. Mr. Durand, who is one of the best known young men of the Fifth Dis t::ict, was the recipient of many val uable presents, and Mr. 0. H. Lind qulst, who was toastmaker and mas ter of ceremonies, made a presentation speech which is deserving of special mention. Among those present were: Mr. and MrsA.A. Strehle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Montagnet, Misses C. Trosclair, B. Guey, A. Marie, L. Weigman, K. Malet, G Short, C. Hanley. , M. Judge, M Gross, M. Johnson. M. Prazier, L. Van-. derlbnden, M. McGuire . R. Tufts, C. Braem, L. Chetta, B. Heaney, M. Bur-. master, R. Balk, E. McMahon, R. Van derllnden, Y. Durand, J. Durand, K. Ackerman, E. Guey, M. McGovern, J. White, A. Dennis, L. Harding, Mrs. P. Haag, Mrs. F. Marie Mrs. F. S. Marie; Messrs. J. A. Lomoas, V. Lala, J. Barrols, J. E. O'Hearn, M. J. Fea gan, A. Lindquist, F. Lauricella, C. Corbett, B. McMahon, S. Clement, A. Gaiennie, K. Barrett, B. Barrett, E. Hotard, W. McGuire, W. Harper, M. Keenan, M. Clark, E. Lefevrre, C. Hourtney , J. Courtney, O. H. Llndqulst, N. Brownlee, A. Foster, P. McGlvney, W. R. Durand, C. J. Durand, Jr., V. Durand, R. Durand, M. McMahon, W. Ryan, J. Sullivan, W. Jure, P. F. Ryan, V. Reaney, J. Harrison, E. Davezac, F. Moroy, J. Stassi, N. Trosclair, E. Robichaux. J. Pollock, J. Tufts, L. Ja cob, E. Burg, R. Burg, A. Stockfelt, P. Meyers, J. C. Labit, P. Roblchaux, J. Calhoun, J. Lauman. H. Umbach, C. Umbach, A. May, C. Uber, J. Cusachs, H. Beauchir, T. McLoghlin, V. Lauri. celia, T. Kennair, T. Buchholz, L. Val lette, C. Owens, T. Birney, M. Glger heimer, H. Frazier, A. Cromble. C. Her bert. SPECIAL NOTICE. Dr. Harry E. Nelson, formerly of the Hotel Dieu, has now taken up his resl demos ocee at 8801 Canal street. Downtown oee, 411.412 Macheca building. Hours: 2 to 2:10. Men's Handkerchiefs i.. frP , r,'ad% m r ', All the Fall and W'iter sh.pn'e-ts tf :n Ireland have reached us.. a I 1 i r : ' I ! ,t - I- l\ Perfect plain Irish Linen Hemst:tched Handkerchiefs at 1 50 dozen. Men's Standard Linen Hand kerchiefs at $3.00 Dozen "1!,,," k iu~l in :i , t! 1 `.", ;,'ir ' h, ' ', I k ." t ll':..';( . ;: !?;11 I. o111 I 1, ;':it 1I ll, ll I. . ' !r l":l'' ;. 1'11 ,; i . ' i'. ' i', I r, i At 4.00 and 6.00 dozen 'I..t ,r ,, , ::.".,. ;b ,'t ' I'h . , too,, t ", h Ir.,landl, a ti, i , ,. ~ illy t r i-. Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs at $6.00, $12.00 and $18.00 Dozen fT," h.. 1210 and It I ar ha i'll ' t :, Initial Handkerchiefs If a man \V < i ts r 'a I t si i t l h: l rii hw-.. ll' we have them at 3.00 a dozen, t Ii i l _ l i u 1`,.1 .t ll'r i l ,n l!,roblhr ,d Better quality at 6.00 and at 9.00 a fine sheer handkerchief, : a;l i:s ali, dainty lre i"'r in T i,.., ,sr t:' Domestic Handkerchiefs 50c for a picture box of six initial handkerchiefs, in a.i ,,1 , a liti (if i : iliri'. 1.00 for a box of six initial handkerchiefs. nl '"li .s I :-,a i l ulilm:) of lit,.n D. H. Holmes Co. Pari, Nw Yor.k, LIMITED E.tbli.h.d Berlin and London. in 142. Guaranteed Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen Our watches are guaranteed both as to material and performance, at prices that make them the best values possible. We have a special Ladies' Watch, 14 karat, solid gold, richly diamond set, 15-Jewel Elgin or Waltham movement, special $30. See our special solid gold watch at $18.50. Ladies' 20-year, gold filled Watches, Elgin or Waltham movements, $15. Monograms engraved free. MAIL ORDNRS FILLED. W iter 13ras. JEWELERS 624 Canal Street (Tudor Theatre Block) Before you buy an upright piano see the wonderful Brambach Grand To the average reader the words "'Grand I'lino and "Bllay Grand" I ,ring a pl lare of a great, swelpilng nstlrlliment, magnificent of tone, but io largi In 1:se as to li. Iniltoslble In moat Ihomes. lPut aslide all of these Ideas of great vlie when ivnllderlng thel wondIrful Brain ta(llh Glrand. Imagine a pierfet granld plano that lih Ie iiinet a it rfte tly piril.r tioned grand piano, which reqluires butI little nmore spli. Ihae a n uprigllt. .uaiw PW1IWW912-914 Succeso o CAb AnCANALT Successors to C&ble Piano Co. STREET No Piano! ---and You Call It a Home No piano-no music-none of the pleasures, the education which mu sic gives. le your home in this class? If so, it is your own fault. We'll sell you a famous KIMBALL OR HART PIANO and let you pay for it a little down and a little monthly, and even take your old piano at a liberal allow ance in exchange. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call or write for full information. Juenis HartPitm Heuse, Ltd. J. P. SIMMONS. President. 703-705 CANAL ST. NEAR ROYAL. A full line of Music, Talking Ma chines, Records, Musical Instru ments, conducted by the ASHTON MUSIC CO. Popular Music, 10c. . l ..m.... W .. med; ar o...ne. - ass easeme.. ar Ar e.. me. b.d o. a.mdd goemb Anld..ibm. . - miimmidbomiIm ibumd7 = . ..i~ so lk Don't Just Ask For Ice Cream Be particular. ASK POR CUS TARD IOE CREAM. It makes life worth living these hot days. It is the kind that "tastes like home made." Order it here. We will deliver it to you with a promptness that will prove a pleasant surprise. All flavors, $2.00 a gallon, $1.00 half, 60c a quart. Don't forget to try our lunches. They are famous for their goodness. 00ODNWALD GROS CANAL AND EXCHANGE PLACE SALES AGENTS Hayler's LUNCH WITH US Liquid Ant Polesons Have Killed . Children; use JOHN STUMPFS Magic Hoodoo Ant Paper 15 cents Used by the U. 8. Government.