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Devoted to the Upbulldlng of the nee t Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XXI. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. No. .6. SPERSONALS AND OTHERWISE Mr and Mrs. Clarence C. Gisch I:ha%* the sympathy of their manyl !ri.rIds in the loss of their little baby d 'l, h .- death occurred Sunday. Miss Katherine Itenecky has re tuirn-d from Baltimore, Md., where .-he took up a special course in ner ,.us disorders at the Johns Hopkins !iospital I:arly Saturday morning, through .,cme unknown cause, a fire started in the house at 539 Verret street, ,"Ald by ,. Gillin and occupied by I. lHlille and L. Woodson. Damage, The fire was first discovered by .'r F. lsher of the Hook and Ladder cIompany, Verret and Alix streets, , ho turned in the alarm and the fire ~as.a extinguished by that company. Mary Woodsou, a young colored girl whose escape was cut off by flames, ,a.a compelled to come down a lad ,Ier which was placed in position for her by Mr. Spitzfaden and Mr. Ben MIr ( Wachenfeld of Biloxi, Mli-.. was here to atend the funeral of the late Mrs. Ily. ('arstens. Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin C'. Kohn, of PIointeta-la-Haclle, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borne. ('apt. and Mrs. Thompson and daughter will spend the week end at their country home. The Misses Hayes and Miss Lee, who were guests of Mrs. E. W. Bur gis over the holidays, returned to, their home at Happy Jack, La. Miss Ada White, of Morgan City, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. Sons, of Atlantic avenue. Mrs. P. Francis returned to her home in Morgan City, after spending the Christmas and New Year holi days with her aunt, Mrs. H. Sons. Mr. and Mrs. F. McLean and lit tle daughter Helen of McComb were here to attend the funeral of Mr. Mclrean's grandmother, Mrs. Jno. A. Smith. Geo. Kornrum and little daughter, of Lafayette, were guests of Mrs. C. Nelson last week. Mrs. W. J. Nelson and litle son have returned from Gulfport, Miss. The 8eguin Euchre Club met at the home of Miss Edwina Thorning. A most enjoyable evening was spent. Wm. Talbot and Miss Alma Grebel; second, Percy Lauman and Miss Ed wina Thorning. The consolations fell to the lot of Wmin. Vinet and Miss Eugenia Herbert. The club will be entertained on Friday, Jan. 23, by Miss May Feeney. On Sunday last, the baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Cunningham was christened at Mt. Olivet Episco pal Church by Rev. W. S. . lack. The little one received the name of Hun ter Nelson. The sponsors were Hor ace and Louis Nelson and Miss Maude V. Tufts. Mr. O. J. Himel. of Bayou La fourche, after spending the holidays with his daughter, Mrs. H. Aycock, has returned home. Mrs. E. W. Cross has resumed her studies at the Hotel Dieu, after spending a few days in Algiers near the bedside of her little daughter Evelyn. Miss Celia Dubret was quietly mar ried Monday night to Channel Bour DOn't Jdust Ask F'r Ice Cream Be partIcular. ASK PYOR CUB TARD ICE CRBAM. It makes life worth living to get good goode. It is the kind that "tastes like home made." Order it here. We will deliver it to you with a promptneas that will prove a pleasant surprise. All -avors, $2.00 a gallen. $1.00 half, 0Oc a quart. Don't forget to try our lunehes. They are famous for their good OO[EWALU GROS,, CANAL AND NX(UAlNOi MAIC Sales lAps IIIYLER'S. CATERERS end RSTAURA NT. TO THE WOMEN women ha hr idila. tey quckly t the beart of thasa A reach melasione which it e em ashmleiT wsd fme I m to ri ash.d Woe. ma jdel d Character. A they hs clearly del theL aith mas--k-w me the teb a w ta appeal to the aubg was. And why? It Ia because ImatlCt tl a woa n that a eea dl ti hers-it Is because we sell the best Peanos made at the fewest pss Isa the baited !ates-bcause the sharp miserly buyer amaass t a better price thla tle st uassihseiaed We..seae prticully wele I Lthi sa- . It is the preatest esiment i e or sIdt that as ma ti the. aldeadtigly seie here whem a ?lam or asythieg uccesorsal Pn T912-914aa Successors to Cable Piano CO. STREET geois. Judge Maher officiating. Lots of presents were received by the con tracting parties. They are at home to their friends at 232 Olivier St. Miss Annie Louise McNeely won much applause and praise in her dia I lect in the part of Elbert Rogers, a North Carolina farmer in Esmeralda. up at Newcomb College Friday night. Mrs. J. N. McNeely and Mrs. W. P. Salathe chaperoned a party of young ladies and men to witness the play of Esmeralda at Newcomb College last Friday night. Mrs. Shade G. Smith has returned from Pollock, La., where she in tstalled the officers of the Woodmen C(ircle, and assisted in the unveiling !of a monument. Miss Alva Salathe was the hostess at a one-step dance New Year's Eve night. The girl and boy friends who participated had a delightful time. Refreshments were served in abund lance. On Tuesday, Jan. 13, L. C. B. A. ,Branch 512 gave an installation sup per. Ice cream sandwiches, hot cof fee and chocolate and cake were served. All seemed to enjoy them selves. Fr. Larkin, the spiritual advi ser, treated the members to a few Iwell chosen remarks on the good of 'the Branch. They were disappoint ed in not having more members pres Ient at such a nice affair. Mrs. Nettie McNeely Tilton has the sympathy of the community in the loss of her little girl aged ten years, whose death occurred Tuesday night. At the time of going to press, the funeral arrangements had not been completed, as they are awaiting the arrival of the father, Mr. Ed. Tilton, from Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Killeen are receiving congratulations on the ar rival of a fine bouncing baby boy, the little man weighing ten pounds. Mother and son are doing well. Mrs. W. L. Otey and Mrs. Chas. T. Fremaux, of Vinton, have return ed home, after spending a pleasant week with Mrs. J. B. Miller of Pel ican avenue. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS At its meeting Thursday night the following officers were installed by St. Mary's branch of the Catholic Knights of America: Rev. Joseph Delaire, spiritual director; L. W. Pe terson, president; J. M. Duffy, first vice president: A. J. Haaser, second vice president; James L. Hig gins, recording secretary; Dan J. Barrett, financial secretary; A. J. a Haaser, treasurer; E. A. Richard, sergeant-at-arms; James Worrel, sen :tinel; O. V. Verneuille, W. 8. Dwyer, Robert T. Younger, board of trus tees. The evening was enjoyed in a social way after the installation. A -boosting committee has been named for the year, as follows: O. V. Ver -,neullie, chairman; J. D. McCormack, A. Dugas and K. G. Brodtman. THE GLEANERS. r On Tuesday evening the regular r business and social meeting of The r Gleaners was held at the home of r Mrs. Wm. Huff in Vallette street. Every member is enthused with the work of the Bible Class as was shown -by the large attendance. The class is anxious for service and so four ladies will go each Sat urday afternoon to the Mary Wer lein Mission to assist Mrs. O'Pry in teaching plain sewing. After the business session Mrs. Wmin. Huff, Sr., served such dainty refreshments as to be voted charm ing hostess indeed. Every one enjoys the games pre pared by the entertainment commit tee and each month new games are provided which furnish no end of laughter. The evening closed all too soon and the class members were loathe to leave the hospitable home where they were received and entertained so cordially. MRS. H. J. THO)MPSO, Press Correspondent. NOTICL DR THADDIEUS P. BELL Is now located in his new omces, Suite 814 Andubon buildln. Practice linm ited to the medical and surgical treat ment of afections of the eye, ear, nose and throat, and correetiom of errors of vision. Hoaurs 10 a. im to 1 p. i., and 2 to 4:O30 p. n. 8pecial hoers in *. slers at the oSee of Dr. Riley, for those who prefer to be treated in Al gier. Don't Worry The world is a good old place to live in. If you have troubles there are others. If it's stomach troubles-per haps the food is responsible for it IN THAT CASE, TRY THE BEST GROCERIES MADE. YOU KNOW 1 WHERE TO FIND THEM Solari' s IN THE WAY OF YOUR CANDY NEEDS \',it ,.ur Main St. re and rnt .rvt l ovr. the Lgc andl a, t .oll cratitc i a arltll.C' .nt . , have to select frnIC For the Cold Supper or Luncheon ,heco-n at ,,ur 1)F .lt .\TESSEN 1)E I'.\AR TM F. N T THE STRICTLY FANCY GROCERY HOUSE OF NEW ORLEANS. Something New-Self-Raising Graham Flour, for Muffins, Biscuits, Batter Cakes, 10 Cents Package. sHOT WITH ItOMI.N ('.ANI)LE. On New Year's Eve night little Lil lian llilderbrand. the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilderbrand. of Opelousas avenue. was seriously burned by the discharge of a roman candle. The little one is reported much improved. While her injuries were very painful they were reported not serious. She was at tended by Dr. J. E. Pollock. MOUNT OLIVET NOTES. The class for confirmation that is coming from the Sunday School and did not meet with the rector on Tues day night will meet him to-night at 6:30 p. m. at the rectory. The class for adults will meet him at the rec tory on Friday at 7:30 p. m. The rector has asked that all those who have been presented by him for confirmation since he first took charge of Mt. Olivet parish will make an especial effort to be present at the early service, and commune to gether on Sunday, Jan. 25. This will be the last communion service at which he will officiate as rector of the parish and he desires to see them all in their places. The offering will be for the purpose of meeting the pledges for Diocesan and General Missons and the Bishop and Council Fund. No cards will be sent out, but everyone is asked to see everyone else and remind them of this service. As the time draws near for his de parture our rector fears that he will be unable, in fact, he knows that he will be unable to go around and bid any but those whom he knows to be sick "Goodbye," and as he is busy all day he will ask those who wish to see him please to call after 6:00 p. m. or, if the matter is a very im portant one, to make an appointment for a certain time. Since last report the following have contributed to the funds of the Birthday Guild: Mrs. L. Gillin and Mrs. Hy. Carstens; Misses Sallie Pearson, Madeline Vezien, Dorothy E. Kraft, Beryl O. Oswald, Barbara Schabel, Adelma Lehman, Susannah I. Thorning, Mildred A. Ferchaud; Messrs. Lea J. Burton, Daniel H. Hartnett, Arthur T. Christy, Julius Spitzifaden and Ernest F. Gahn; Mas ters Clarence W. Keenan, L. Schabel Burton and Gilbert J. Manson. Last week the rector accompanied Iby Master George G. Norris made his last visit to the missions that have been under his charge on the "Lower Coast." Owing to the bad weather it was impossible to hold service at Buras, but there were good congre gations at Grand Prairie and Union Settlement. At the latter place at the conclusion of the service Mr. Ed ward Simmes, warden of the mission, in the name of the congregation pre sented the rector with an envelope containing a neat sum of money, tak lng him completely by surprise. SThe grim reaper Death has been busy in our ranks in the past few weeks. Dec. 2O, George W. 8tewart; Dec. 24, Hon. William H. Seymour; Dec. 25, George T. Wilson; Jan. , Mrs. Mary Pink Carstens; Jan. 10, Mrs. Elisa O'Connor; Jan. 11, Euge nia Janet Giach and. Mrs. Isaphene B. Smith. Truly all stages of life are represented in this roll of the de parted, and our sympathy goes out to the sorrowing ones in their be reavement, and we pray that God will have mercy on them and grant them quiet and peaceful trust in Him, and to those who have gone on beobre that they may have fond rest annd peace, and that light perpetual may shine upon them. Our asympathy goes out to the sorrowing family of the late Bernard Voegtila who died Sunday last. May God have mercy upon them and grant him rest and peace and may light perpetal shtUe apon him. Last Senay rethe el ldas of udayw 3*5.t the reoter otmlssd sI1 IO'.SLY IN.It'IED. George George. a young man of our district, was seriously and prob- . ably fatally injured about 1 o'clock ft !Sunday morning when he was on his la way from the city side of the river. o' It was a little after midnight when 'ci George boarded the ferry, and as the !e boat neared the landing George being o: impatient, jumped over the railing ii to reach the pontoon before the bars u of the boat had been drawn. It is fi stated by one of the witnesses that d young George fell over the railing p head first, and as the boat was not tl quite up to the pontoon, he fell in tl between and was caught between the c' boat and the pontoon. g Two parties on the boat who saw p the plight of the young man at once rushed to his assistance and grabbed him by the legs and held him there until he was released. It is also stated that great credit should be ii given to the negro deckhand, who, o seeing that George was caught be- 1 tween the ferry and the pontoon, ati once released the bow rope so as to t let the ferry move back. In this way 3 he probably saved young George's life, for had the rope not been let C loose, he would have been crushed! to death instantly. While it was reported in one of the papers Tuesday that young George was improving rapidly and out of danger, it is too early to make such a diagnosis. While he was seriously injured internally it will take some days yet to determine whether or not the injuries will be fatal. At the time of going to press it was stated that young George was resting easily. r '1 MISS LILLY IMPROVING. Miss Viola Lilly of Oliver street, d who was operated on a few days ago v at the Presbyterian Hospital for ap pendicitis, was reported on the road to recovery. Miss Lilly was operated on last week. C V HOLY NAME RALLY. t Final arrangements have been completed for the eighth grand rally of Holy Name Societies in New Or leans on Jan. 18, and all indications point to the most successful rally in the history of the society. Every Holy Name society in the city will conduct a retreat for men in their respective parishes at the I s:ame hour, wh!ch coanuenced 7:30 p. m. on Wednesday, and will contin ue Thursday and Friday, devoting Saturday for confession and conclud ing on Sunday with a general com- munion at or about 7 a. m., at which'( all the men of the parish are invited. , The parade will start at 3 p. m. ( METHODIST NOTES. _ ,1 At a call meeting of the board I of stewards Monday evening a com- 1 mittee of five was appointed to pur- I chase the old Dryades street church I bell. It is one of the finest bells in I the city and will cost us about $275, I including the value of the present i bell, which we now have. The bell 1 weighs 1,100 pounds and has an un usually sweet clear tone. The church I Sis very fortunate in getting posses- 1 sion of it. It will add much to the 1attraction of the new building which we are going to begin soon. The of flcial board, including Dr. Henry, 1 Sstarted the subscription off by sub- 1 scribing two dollars apiece. Mrs. William Wolverton and Ar chie Wolverton were received into * the church Sunday evening on pro - fession of faith. 1 Miss Viola Allie Lilly, who has been one of our faithful Sunday Ischool teachers, is recovering from I the operation which she underwent sa few days ago, for which we are very r thankful. t Let the entire church continue to t pray for the recovery of Mr. George SGeorge, who was seriously injured I Sunday morning while crossing the t ferry. The Epworth League service Sun day night was conducted by Mr. Ma lone. The speaker had prepared his *subject carefully and handled it in San effective way. There are no finer young people in the city than the members of this League. The subject for next Sunday morn ing at eleven o'clock will be a study of the Temptation of Christ, as found in the fourth chapter of Mathew. Let every one brIng his bible with him. a the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis Cunningham, the name Hunter t Nelson belng given him and the spon sors being Horace Nelson, Louls Ire I dale Nelson and Miss Mand Tufts. a The Bishop of the Diocese, RL Rev. SDavis Beusums, D. D., will be present s and confirm the clasm that has been I prepared to receive that apostolice Srlite on FPriday the 23rd at 7:30 p. m. r This class will reeive their first eor f porate communianlon on the Sunday fol Slowing, at 7:0 a m. a. p O BaSnday, Jan. 4, Thomas Jo 1 seph Fox, infantt seon of Mr. and Mrs. lrederiek William Demnoeekse was baptiseLd, the speusors beng osoph Walter Theroing and Miss Carole I Fhmay Umeeke. Sollt dtayls ago Jlldgi' Thomas F. M1aher of the Second t'ityv Court of fered a prize of $1 1, tile Tulane law student who would first point out the unconstitutionalit. of the act creating the commissionl trm of gov ernment for New Orlean. The prop osition was put up to Prof. McGov ney. dean of the law faculty. Sat urday Judge Maher rec.-iv. d a letter from Prof. McGovney. saying that he did not think it wise to permit a political question to be injected into the law class, and he believed that the discussion of the question of the constitutionality of the commission government act would partake of a Ipolitical question. LETTER IST. List of unclaimed letters remain ing at Station A. New Orleans post office for the week endine Jan. 13, 1914: Ladies- Mrs. Ella Ford. Miss Ian tha Hanselman. Mrs. F. Kingsbury, Mrs. Daisy Reed. Men--Per Hunter, (' Leonard. Geo. Williams. A. F. LEONIIAItl1T, P. M. J. W. DANIELS. Supt. DIE D. SMITli--On Sunday. Jan. 11, at 6:510 o'clock p. m., Isaphine Bur kett, widow of the late Jno. A. Smith, died. Deceased was born in Louisville seventy years ago and had resided here for the past sixty years. The funeral took place Monday after noon at 3 o'clock from her late resi dence, 1018 Teche street. Interment was in McDonoghville Cemetery. VOEGTLIN-On Sunday at 5:15 o'clock p. m. Bernard Voegtliu died. Deceased was a native of Algiers and was twenty-four years old. He was the son of Monica Scherbs and Eu- e gene Voegtlin. The funeral took f place Monday afternon at 3:30 a o'clock from his late residence, 605 0 Belleville street. Members of Vir- t ginia Lodge No. 136, Knights of Py- I thias, and of the German Benevolent ( Association attended in a body. In- I terment was in McDonoghville Cem 'etery. SI -- THIEU BAUI-On Wednesday, Jan. 7, at 11:45 o'clock a. m. Jean Claude Thieubaud died at the age of ,eighty-two years. He was the father 'of Jos. Thieubaud, who is connected with the New Orleans, Southern & Grand Isle Railroad here. CARSTENS-On Friday morning, a Mrs. Henry Carstens, nee Annie Mary I Fink, died at her summer home in _ I Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Carstens was ai Snative of Nassau, Germany, having , " been born there seventy years ago.]i i For many years she resided in our town where her late husband had I , his business interests. They had their t summer home in Biloxi, at which I place Mrs. Carstens died. The body t Swas brought here for burial, the fu- 1 , neral taking place Saturday after 'noon at 5 o'clock from the residence Sof her niece, Mrs. Annie Hartnett, S270 Vallette street. Rev. W. 8. Slack - officiated. Interment was in Metal ,rie Cemetery. Deceased leaves many - relatives here to mourn her loss. SO'CONNOR-Mrs. Daniel O'Con - nor, nee Eliza Due, died on Saturday I at 11:45 o'clock. Deceased was sey 5 enty-four years old and was well - known in our town. She is survived ' by four children, ex-Senator Rob t ert O'Connor, Hugh O'Connor and Y Misses Alice and Isabel O'Connor. Fu neral services were held at the Mount SOlivet Episcopal Church Sunday at a ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Interment I was private, being in the Bartholo B mew Cemetery. Rev. W. 8. Slack officiated. - Mrs. O'Connor was an estimable -woman. She had indeed many Sfriends here who always spoke high a ly of her. She was a good moth r er and had the respect of her B children. Notwithstanding her ad vanced age her death was quite a shock not only to her immediate fain V ly but to her many frlendas as well CARD OP THANKS. Mrs. C. Clason desires to extend asincere thanks to her many friends and relatives for kindneeses shown r duiring the illness and death of her mother, Mrs. L Smith, of 1018 Teche street. Also special thanks to Rev. W. S. Slack, Mrs A. S8pitsfaden, Mrs. Russell and Mr. Lee Burton. e CARD OP THANKS. Mrs. E. Voegtlia and family thank their many riends for the many beautiful lowers and for the deepest Ssympathy exteaded to them at the death of their beloved one, Bernard. ha RENCY IS BSATISPIED WITH *A LEU8 PROFIT. BUY YOUR BRHOl FROM HIM. "Your Corset" Its Results Are you satisfied with the result your corset gives you? Mme. Lyra Corsets AND American Lady Corsets are charmingly modish in every respect, and are being sought more and more by fashionable and particular women who know and demand perfection in corsetry. There are almost innumerable styles in both these makes, and among them is "a particular model for y'our individual figure." Mrs. Steuens, an Expert Cor setiere, is With Us This Week and we trust you will give her the opportunity to show you what an American Lady or Mmine. Lyra Corset will do for your figure. D. H. Holmes Co. P.rle, New York, LIMITED .ta,l.hd Berlin and London. in M42. AALGIERS BOOISTERS' CLUB ORH GANIZED. A new club has sprung into exist ence which promises to do some good for our district. It is to be known as the Algiers Boosters Club. It was organized on Sunday afternoon in the main dining rom of the Murray Hill Buffet in Patterson street. George W. Foster was elected its president, Foster Olroyd, vice-presi dent, Gus Umbach, secretary, and John Clark, treasurer. In order to more fully complete the organization and to take on additional members, a special meeting has been called for the coming Saturday evening at Vezlen's Buffet. While it is the desire of the Boost ers Club to assist the exposition, it has not been organized for that pur pose. The real object of the asso cilation is to boost the West Side of the river, to boost for new industries and to take up such matters as will be of Interest to our citizens. A great effort is being made to have an enormous parade on Mardi Gras day, when all kinds of transparen cies will be carried through the streets of the city bosoting our dis trict. At the last meeting a resolution was adopted which approved the movement looking to the inaugura tion of the Exposition of Big Ideas and that the club would lend its aid and support. The following are some of the charter members who signed the original list to become members of the Algiers Boosters Club: Ben Hints, August F. Umbach, Jos. Um bach, Albert Koppel, George W. Fos ter, J. Rooney, E. C. Brodtmann, H. J. Vezien, J. P. Laskey, Jos. S. Wil son, G. J. Herbert, H. J. Frazier, J. W. Clark, H. J. Nolan, T. Sullivan, W. Sewell, C. A. Allison, P. Ruiz, W. A. Sweeney, K. Barrett, H. Nolan, R. C. Favrot, Chas. S. Connors, W. B. Kinkaid, J. M. Sweeney, Thos. J. Stinson, M. S. Keen, N. Hotard, T. D. Nolan, E. Strasser, J. Courtney, A. L. Green, E. J. Lilly, M. J. O'Shea, Geo. 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CHARIAD AND CAMP ANOTHER EXPOSITION MEETING On Monday night at the Belleville Annex another meeting was held to bring about some Interest in the big Exposition of Ideas which has been so firmly established and which prom ises success after a hard fight, the result of a well managed campaign. The meeting held Monday night at the Belleville Annex was presided over by Mayor Martin Behrman. who sent out invitations to some of the prominent Algiers citizens to take part. Mayor Behrman opened the meet ling and introduced Mr. Herbert Kaufman, who explained in a very intelligent way the campaign that is now being waged for funds and also gave an explanation of the or ganization of his different commit tees and the success they are meet ing with. After the addresses of Mayor Behr man and Mr. Kaufman, Mr. E. W. Burgess, J. E. Huckins, Joe. W. Len nox, and Immigration Commissioner Redfern made short talks. It was decided after the speaking was ovet to go into a permanent organization, after which the following officers were elected: Jas. Higgins, presi dent; Eugene LeBoeuf, secretary. The following were present at the meeting: Mayor Martin Behrman, M. J. Rooney, John Moynagh, Judge Goff, Eugene LeBoeuf, Henry Um bach, Gus Kevlin, Sam Boylan, Gee. W. Foster, Foster Olroyd, Fred Stansbury, Dr. Jno. A. Rupp, Joe. W. Lennox, J. P. and Henry Veslen, Frank Duvic, E. J. Mothe, Sydney Cafiero, Albert Koppel, Jullum Bod enger, Peter. 4upp, Theo. Hotard, J. E. Huckins, Raymond Nelson, Rev. T. J. Larkin, Rev. Schliesser and Herbert Kaufman. B. REGENBOGEN Ladies' and Gentlemen's PARISIAN TAILOR LADIES' SUITS made to order by tailors who are versed in the latest Parisian styles. FALL AND WINTER SUITS and OVERCOATS that are up to the minute.. When you think of having a suit made to fit, one that will sat isfy you in every way, think of B. REGENBOGEN 2O ROYAL ST. NEW ORLEAN LA.