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Devoted to the Upbulding of the wes t Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newpaper."--MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XXI - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUAR1 19, 1914. No. 41, .... . . . . .. .. . . .. . . i i. . . . .. i .. a . aN | . .i. i . . .. . . .m.i . . . .. . . r . .. . PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE The many friends of little Marion Thompson . Ail regret to learn that she is confino-d ;u her bed with a slight ill ne*s. Mr. arndi M rs. l)ulcich have the sym pathy of hc, community in the loss of their baby:. cirl who died Tuesday morning. The tKv, of charming young girls and the young boys who attended the Yama Yama party at Pythian Hall had a most delightful time. Miss Viola Hildebrand is expected Saturday, to spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Gisach. Miss Hazel Meagher was graduated from th* Normal School last week. Miss Mildred Brinkman of Houston is visiting Mrs. H. Gait. Mrs. Phillips of Cuba. Ala., is the guest of Mrs Gilder. Mr. and Mrs. Blount and daughter Edith will be Carnival guests of Mrs. Kate Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Garrett of Mor gan City were t' e guests of Mrs. W. A. Nelson. Mrs C C. Barbour of Vicksburg is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barbour. Mrs. 'red Mason is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barbour. Lee Thompson of Alabama, son of Walter Thompson, former dockmaster here. is here for Carnival. Miss Shirley Fetherling oLDe Quin cy is to be the Carnival gudt of Miss Beulah Borne. Miss Gibbs of Brookhaven spent a few days with Mrs. J. M. Henry. Motorman Chas. Davis, who was operated on recently, has recovered sufficiently to be eble to be brought home. The many friends of Miss Edna Au coin of Olivier street will learn with regret that she is suffering with a sprained arm, caused by a fall. George Tomlet's friends will he glad to know that he is feeling much better r--0 & 0 Don't Just Ask fric Cresa Be particular. ASK FOR CUS TARD ICB CREAM. It makes life worth living to get good goods. It is the kind that "tastes like bome 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, S0c a quart. Don't forget to try our lunches. They are famous for their good ness. ODEliWALD I1 BROS. CANAL hND WXGU IlL&( Sales Apa U MYLEw 'S. CATERERS and RESTAURANT. For 30 Days Only We will make to order Isrm the fSist ma terial and after the very lates medel, oWWTLMtiWJS SUITS FO A LA atDIBP 33IT 0 1O5. irEWEST DESIOWLI 3. RECENBOGEN U0 ROYAL ST. NEW ORLEANS IA. The Eye Glass Shop. David C. Williams O. D., Optometrist I LOCATED BfAr rAor r E ARCADEs SHoP 14 ON BARONNE ST., AT I"` A'%r er.ºrt W e..ro... Fe.lam Opf.rd s.,rwv Mecca Cafe 738 Gravier Street R. FINLEY, Prop. HIGHEST CLASS OF WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS AND BRANDIES Domecti and Imported Beers Quality goods for quality customers. The "CITY GARDEN" Collection. Price 1.00 or Pree by Mail for $1.25. CeaIama 1 pkt ea l the emlwlag 25 Dia tct Varieties: I ar.., Dgars. raw > oa... Early Whi, h r slid g. Is .ý. U i crleb . I nas. Nd Ear tlest a DwarL Medium-Early. , Su.L.gar as. 3 jmI . Early SCid Red. sleat ~ir l Ead l s, la,. .em s W TaMe. f. I. t sr Isr w lm s Il"- as_!p o... . m t me s!to Iv.4, v since his very serious spell of pneu monia. At the home of Captain C. H. liok( a reception was held in honor of Mrs C. Atchison, who will leave shortly foi Teyas to reside. Those who enjoyed the evening were: Mr. and Mre. C. If Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hogan, .Mr and Mrs. J. O. Stewart, Mrs. C. Vogt Mr. and Mrs. T. Ponti, Mr. and Mrs. Ii Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. Forshye, Mrs. A Meyers, Miss I. Hoke, Messrs. Ii. Um bach, Jr. and N. Brownlee; Misses I Hogan, L. Hoke, 1H. Hoke. T. M. and T. Ponti, and Mrs. C. Atchison. Mrs. Fre'l Pefferkorn and little son Wallace of Alexandria are guests ol Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Kraft for a few weeks. Just after Peter Lacaze, a negro dri ver for the Crescent City Slaughter house, placed a side of pork in the stall of S. Sunseri and another in the stall of A. Marciante, in the Foto mar ket, a thief got possession of the meal and escaped at 3 o'clock Thursday morning. The meat was valued at $8, Miss Ruth Furlong entertained the single set at a delightful one-step party on Thursday last. Despite the inclem ent weather a large number were pres ent and a pleasant evening was spent by all. -Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Carroll, of Algiers, are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a sweet baby girl on Friday morning. Mrs. Carroll is the former Miss lona Iver, of Gretna. Little Lillian Hildebrand, the 7-year old daughter of Charles E. Hildebrand, of Pacific avenue, who was severely burned about the left arm by the ex plosion of a Roman candle on New Year's eve, has recovered and is again attending school. J. Ben Veazey, who injured some time ago at Alexandria, has joined Mrs. Veazey and little daughter here. Little Adele Guillot, the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Guillot, who was operated on recently for adenoids by Drs. H. E. Nelson, H. Dupuy and De Porter, has entirely re covered. The many friends of Mrs. Hy. J. Keogh and little daughter Marguerite, will be pleased to learn that they have recovered from the recent spell of ill ness which they contracted while on a visit to Mrs. Keogh's brother and sis ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spahr, in the city. They will return to their home here shortly. Their family phy sician, Dr. Babin, was in attendance. The many friends of Mrs. Henry Holt will be pleased to learn that she is improving. -Theogovernment tug Donovan has been in the naval dry dock under going repairs and will be let out shortly to make room for the dredge Galveston, which is expected to come from the Texas harbor of the same name to undergo extensive repairs. Sergeant Azscona, with Doorman Moll and Patrol Driver Shorey made a roundup of roaming cattle Sunday night, impounding three cows from the head of Morgan street. Fire of unknowh origin destroyed a small section' of the revetment in front of the levee at the head of Pelican avenue at 5:25 o'clock Mon day morning. Chemical engine 13 responded to a call and her crew extinguished the ames. Mrs. Sam Crawford, who has been ill, is doing nicely. Miss Imogen Norris has been ap pointed instructor in the Domestic Science department of the Sophie Wright High School. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Gisch of New ark, N. J., will arrive to-day to spend a while with relatives here. Miss Leona Koenig is spending a while at Pearl River, La. Little Joseph Koenlg, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Koenig, who was pois oned by eating cream cheese, has re covered from the effects of the poison. Sam J. Boylan returned Tuesday morning from Gulfport, where he at tended the funeral of his niece, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ren ben Boylan. The employees of the Algiers Rail way & Lighting Company will give the Irst picnic of the season at Suburban Park, McDonoghville, on Easter Sun Everybody S Wth bread and butter, itOs great or r-sale at S;olar i' s Ei. SRoyal and, of course, know Mr. Oscar, the block diretor of its Cuisine, the greatest in n rday, April l1, and arrangements are hiprogress caing splein the United States. erbert ink has charge ofi the an that put scar in ~'-))scar Sartce.' lie once made it selling cothntest and is desirondus of get-he ofting entries of s everal popular young ladies. There the are to be diamond opany nbracelets and diamond rings, as well as a handsome gold watch, as prizes for thake it-eves it now sells fr t. where The Afternoon lfive undred Club. r me It lorTuesday at the homekta of Mrs. R.fsh Spen ce in Alix street. The successfule tplayers wered Mrs. Albuttert Short andF Mrs. Spence. The consolation fell to the lot of Mrs. A. Graf. The club will be entertained next by Mrs. L. F'.t Gisch. IAmong those to serve on the recep Istion committee on the big grand stand rlof Canal Street. day, April 12, and arrangements are in frogressing splendidly foall during the event. I Heardi Gras festivitienk has chare of the ticketfollow I Eyselling contest and is desirous of get Sing entriesom ourf several popular young. m bach, Poster Olroyd. Supt. J. W. ReyI n bracelets and diamond rings, as well 1r. C. V. Kraft. as a handsome gold watch, as prizes ST. VALENTINE PARTY. e for the event. The Afternoon Five Hundred Club meOn St. Valaneyne night at the home of Mrs. R. dSpence of Miss stredert. Te successful ta host of young folks assembled toc edo honor to thwere god ofrs. Albert Short and ro emance, sometimes known as Cupid, Shis Majesty, Spence. ValThe onsolatine, and sell to the lot of Mrs. A. Graf. The club wilded Sand fantastic throne a happier lot of be entertainnocence benext byon harmlessMrs. . F. Gisch. I fun than was to sere ongathered. Theep Sparlors were beautifully hung withI e' tion committee on the bgday and ugrander thesetand the young folks, who were arrayed inf the City Hall during the I- chardi Gacter cofestivumties, ardulged in afollow a ing from our district: Henry N. IPm bak Foster Ory Supt. J1. W. Rey. nolds anner of sports, danes and frolicft. usual to t. sentiments of the day,. until their you faces beamed with vhappiness and pleasure, in their c brighOn St. Valanetine night atumes they pre- t dsente of Miss Fturederic that was a boonensury, t a host of young folks assembled to c e do honor to the goeye and caused of love and ro- the e mance, sometimes known as Cupid, y older folks who were present to wishl- I dom has he wathed from his giwoulded only and fantastic throne ain hisappier oight and allowf them to be young agaient on harmled poinss y fuin withan them if only for gathered. night.he IDuring the evening light refresh-o ment parlors were served beautifully hunglittle mawith emblwho were in attendance and under these t Sthformed the duties with a charrayming f g charace that would have done creditn all y tof manner of sports, dances and frolics e ence. The affair lasted until quite t late for "folks so small," but dear Susuaold St. Val sentine exacted his usof the dayue, : 3 until theirn departiyoung factime cbeamed with r happiness and pleasure, in their t brwas with shouts of Joy thatumes they bidpre- J sentheir little hostess good-bywas all withboon a the heartfelt expression, "we have to the eye and caused some ofng those polder folks whoesent were: Fpresent to wish ibury, thQueenat oldf Hearts; Beulah Thomasnly Grecian girl; Ritn Ramos, Indian o girl; Maggte ogarland, Dutch girl; Besuie Pyles, lady of court; Gertrude einlayt Yams Yama girl; Antoinette Ryenowds, Indian girl; Alma Ger- I rettm, Japanese girl; Martha McNee ly, Yamc Yama girl; Loh a Graveis, Pairy Queen; Alicin Gravols, gypsy girl; Marguerite uinley, clown; Ieeta Meyers, GrTmalda; Maste Morrilson, spanish girl; Anna May Gould, Ya ma Yama girl; Albert Hotard, An drew Worley, niR. Curran, Norbert d ravons, Cern deravois, Willie Smith, Victor Olivter, J. Charbonnett Harry b eicourtl Edward Finley, Dwight he lathe, heldn Talbote sidney Brodt-a man. Misses Clare Finley and Rosa. belle Garland served the refresh ments, while Mires. Stansbury, Garo land and Gravels acted as guardians. NOTICE. DR. TUHADDEU8 P. BELL Is now located in his new of ees, Suite 4 814 Audubon building. Practice lim ited to the medical and sDurg treat- gr meset of aections of the e Ge ear, true and trynot, and c grreitrl of errors of vision. Hours 10 &a. . to 1 p. m., and ' to 4:Qu p SpeAial ours v i Ag-yps giers at tre oreo of Dr. ileyo for t tma who grir to be trtatHot a An dbe NAV'AL TUG POTOMAC WAS THE R. W. WILMOT. The reported abandonment of the United States naval tug Potomac in the ice floes of the Gulf of St. Law rence marks, perhaps., the final chap ter in the eventful career of the for nier New Orleans tug Robert W. Wilmot. An Associated Press dis patch received here Monday from St. John, N. F.. states that the Potomac is held fast in the ice, and was aban doned Saturday night by the thirty six officers and men of her crew. This powerful tug was sold to the United States government during the Spanish-American war by the W. G. Wilmot Coal Company of New Or leans, for which company it was built, and during its sixteen years of history as a naval tug participated in numerous thrilling rescues of life and vessels at sea, and had braved the dangers of the Atlantic from the dangerous ice coasts of the far north and south almost to ('ape Horn. Shortly after being sold to the gov ernment, and rechristened, the Poto mac was assigned to the Atlantic fleet off Cuba, and salvaged the Span ish steamer Sandoval, and assisted in saving and towing to American docks a number of other Spanish ves sels captured or disabled in the bat tle off Santiago, Cuba. The Potomac assisted in towing the world's largest floating dry dock, t the Dewey, from Sparrows Point, - d., to Manila, having taken the dry dock as far as the Suez Canal. The i Potomac also had the distinction of 1 being the first relief vessel to reach a Martinique after the great earth quake disaster a few years ago. The Potomac was of steel construc tion and finished in expensive ma I hogany and sycamore. It had triple I expansion engines, capable of devel oping 2000-horse power, and at the 1 time of construction, in 1897, was the most powerful tug in the world. It was sold to the United States navy for $125.000. ALGIERS ATHLETICS TO THE FORE. After a few months of idleness the Holy Name Gymnastic Club of A! giers springs into prominence with the announcement that a call for candidates for the outdoor baseball I team has been sisued. It is remem- b bered that a team from the above t 1 club made a game fight for the ama- e teur championship of the city last v year in the Junior Amateur League. They were nosed out by the Y. M. G. e IC. team, being defeated in the last t game, which decided the pennant. c t A better record is expected to be 14 Imade the coming season, since all of I Slast year's players have announced e their intention of coming out for the d first practice. Norris Nolan, last s 1 year's manager and captain, and oth p erwise crack pitcher, will most like ly serve in his old position. Games will be sought from all good ama teur teams of the city and country. A second team is to be organized also, for the benefit of the younger members, good sport being promised i in this class. Other lines of sport will not beJi neglected, as time will be devoted to bringing out undeveloped talent, of which there is an abundance. A team of much better caliber than last sea son's will be entered in the Junior Indoor League, soon to be organ-. ized. Entries will be made in events of track and field. A hitherto new field of sport will be entered also; that of swimming. It is known that some of the best swimmers in the city are members of the above named club, and a few entries in meets of this kind to bring out these facts are needed. The year 1914 will certainly be a hummer as far as the H. N. G. C. of Algiers is concerned, and with the combined efforts of the young men of Algiers, this club will need watch-C ing in all lines of sport. H LUCIEN TOO GOOD FOR ST. PAUL, BOY. Ernest Luclen would be light- g weight champion of the world in no time if all his opponents were as soft g as the one he faced Monday night th at the Orleans A. C. Arthur Manes of j, St. Paul, a boxer recommended by Eddle Reddy, the well-known man ager of Mike Gibbons, to Promoter t Tortorich for a tryout here, was the amateurish opponent of the local lightweight, and Manes gave himself away in the first round Just as soon as a left jab mussed up his hair a bit. Manes stepped back and calmly smoothed back his flowing "mane" 5 with both hands before again assum- qi ing a fighting attitude. This habit of stepping back out of range andlI smoothing his hair carefully back I was continued throughout. Manes h smiled good-naturedly at the taunts a of the crowd, and on occasion wouldl rush in and whang away with gloves at wide open most of the time. He I slapped Laden on the back with open gloves seveval times, and only a few times showed any real knowledge of A bozalg. . Financial in Statement OF THE PYRAMID L HOMESTEAD ASSOCIATION te 901 PERRIN BUILDING. As Submitted to the State Bank Exam. f iner at the Close of Business n December 31, 1914. d e ASSETS h Mortgage loans secured by vendor's pri\ilege ........$ 5r.ns, , Loans secured by stock and otherwise ............... 44t Due by borrowers for interesr 11 .:: d Furniture, fixtures and sup n , lies ................... ."7 ._9 ('ash on hand and in hank.. 7! . Total.......... . ..... ,9. S g LIABILITIES Installment stock ....... $ s5,25.5$ ('ontingent loss and reserve. e fund ............. ....... 50.00 Hills payable .............. 2.000.0o Total. .............. . $10.293.58 \\'e. the Accountant and Secre tary, of the above named Association. - do solemnly swear that all the forego ing statements of the condition of this Association are true and correct to the best of our Knowledge and belief. (Signed, A. S. Pike, Accountant. (Signed) II. J. Veith, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the 31st day of January, A. D. 1914. (Signed) Gus. .r Ricau, Not. Pub. AFFIDAVITS MADE. A batch of affidavits were preferred I Tuesday before Third Recorder Goff - by Affidavit Clerk L. Burthe, Jr., of the City Board of Health, against bak ers and property owners for violating various health ordinances. Amann & Martinez and H. Martinez were charg ed in two affidavits each with failing b t to wrap bread, while H. Wagner is I charged with allowing a patient to i leave an infected house without per. O mission of the Board of Health. Oth- a 1 ers are charged with violating the or- t dinance relative to garbage and oyster d t shells. t C CARNIVAL FLEET. t News has been confirmed by Capt. Thomas J. Woodward that the fine battleship Ohio is to arrive here on the 20th to participate in the Car nival festivities. t The big transport Hancock, now at o Pensacola with 1000 marines aboard, h will arrive on about the same datel as the Ohio and will be placed at the 8 wharf, foot of Celeste street, durilt c Sher stay in port. The revenue cutter a Windom and the lighthouse service * guestship Sunflower will lie astern the Ohio, near Jackson avenue. The S Oleander lightship service ship if she arrives in time will lie just below a the Canal street ferry house. The l cutter Windom will land the king 5 at the foot of Canal street, at usual time, 1:45 p. m., Feb. 23. HAUFFE--ARTIS. On Tuesday, Feb. 17, at St. Joseph Church, Gretna, Misu Ethel Cadis Hauffe of our town and George 8artis of Gretna were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony *by Rev. T. H. 8tenmans. The bride was attended by Miss Camille Michel of New Iberia and the groom was attended by Pat rick H. Lyons of Gretna. The bride was given into the safekeeping of the groom by her brother, R. C. Hauffe. After the ceremony a reception to the immediate relatives was held at the home of the bride's brother-in-law, Jas. Murtagh 1019 Opelousas avenue. Many costly presents were received. Mr. and Mrs. Sartls will be at home to their friends in their home in Mc Donoghville after r'eb. 24th. GUESS-MORTON. On Tuesday, Feb. 10, Miss Irene Morton and Mr. Harry Guess were quietly married by Judge Dauenhauer. Miss Morton is a popular young lady of our town, being very well liked by our people and counting her friends and well-wishers in large numbers. The young couple have gone to Whitecastle, La., for a short stay, being the guests of the groom's family. RENECKT IS SATISFIED WITH A LESB PROIT. BUY YOUR SHOES FROM HIM. Holmes AnnualSale of Cut Glass Thi. .\I\wns Mean Hu d Out "I )I'In ( I. i litik1... No lin +, ( c ut (;il-- I. |p*'rmllit!., I tit ; t. r ,,r t, 1. i.* t, l.' rz pi.'" of (ut I,-- i,), Tu 'he pu1re heaI gl.-I r In lke. a ' ell. . N l k l l :. 4 r i -r .p u tl , Z a " :t t F:v ir u pii . t" of iHollnu.. ('ti . I.Ia K i' t . -4t' t. .:,. !. ,. b c'(auis. our ~ar - it 1;l ,- ! trlo l a- , '1 . , a ln. ,-- , Sl\('1 , 1 l1101". I.Illlit :.: , IN I 111\ . .1:. 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The first night, Feb. 20, 1914, will be given to the conferring of the First Rank by a Degree Team fn the large lodge room in Khorassan Hall, 134 South Rampart street, promptly at 8 o'clock p. m. Upon its comple tion the assembled Knights and can didates form and march in a body to the hall of the Association of Commerce, corner St. Charles and Common streets, where will be held the social smoker for members of the order and candidates only. PURCHASES NEW BUILDING. Mr. John Sprada, who for some time has been conducting his place of business at 130 Morgan street, has purchased the two-story build ing at the corner of Morgan and Se guin streets, which was formerly oc cupied by Frank C. Duvic, and which afterwards passed into the owner ship of Mr. Kline of the city, and subsequently transferred to Alonso Smith. This is a very prominent corner and a valuable one in so far as it is in a section suited especially for manufactures. Mr. Sprada has not Diamond Investments Resolve to begin the New Year by investing some of your money in Diamonds. It is a good way to save money and a very good and SAFE investment. We carry one of the largest collections of quality gems in the South, stones on which you can always realize upon in case you care to dispose of them. It's no trouble to show you our Diamond values and we are sure after comparison your purchase will be made here. WHITE BROS. JEWELERS-OPTICIANS 624 Ca l Strret BETWEEN ST. CHARLES AND CAMP NEW SCALE KINGSBURY - - PIANOS: Some people don't understand how we can sell such a piano at the wonderfully low price of $350. It's because over 200,000 have been sold and our profit is small on each one. EASY PAYMENTS. [[,d ~CANAL Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET Mason & Hamlin, Conover, Estey Kingslbury, Kohler & Campbell Pianos, and famous Inner-Player Pianos, Victroas, and Music. GENERAL REPAIR SHO Bicycles, Baby Carriages, Gas Stores, all other Articles to be Repaired. HARRY J. TOMPSOI NEWTON AND TECHE STS. yet announced what kind of busi ness he will put into the new place, but no doubt the place will be util ized for some purpose to produce a revenue on the Investment. Mr. Sprada is one of our progres sive German people, who has been very thrifty and has made many friends since he has been here. During the past few years the im mediate vicinity has been the scene of quite a good bit of improvement, Mr. Sprada and Mr. Tallon being Jointly responsible for the improve ment along there, and with the erec tion of the big Johnson Iron Works plant at this corner, the neighbor hood will soon take on a lively as pect.