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Devoted to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD.
VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAN 28, 1914. .
`I PERSONALS I
LA N D OTHERWISE
I)r. andul Mr=. Win. II. Weaver and
'ar Mal,,,i .`" re cuests of I)r. .aIn
Mrs. (' V. K: t;' a ifw days la.-t
, k at Ita% \,l.un
Mrs. Jn, T i.,. t.r spenit a few
la ., at li ,." I'.a 'e the gu..-t of
Mr ,;,1l .Mi ;iurdatio.
i'rau ck : .1 \rthur i)uv'i.' -Ihti
,lda~i :nt \ ,,dlantid. ll.
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A new lot of Wash Skirts
just received, all the new
ruffle and tunic effects,
made of excellent quality
pique and ratine, all sizes
1618-20 Dryades Streetai
STORE OPEN SATURDAY MUSIC
UNTIL 10:30 P. M.
Eyes Examined Without Drops
An Optometrist is one who prescribes and tits glasses without the use of drugs.
Optometry is not founded on medical science, but on OPTICAL science.
A lens treats light, not disease.
We make accurate scientitic examinations of the eyes without using "DROPS"
THE EYE GLASS SHOP, 145 Baronne St.
DR. DAVID C. WILUAMS, OptemetrIst. Rear setrance In trnt of T-lane Theatre.
THAT WE WILL MAKE
- A HIT WITH YOU WHEN
YOU SEE oUR STOCK
of GROCERIES. WE
SELECTED THEM FOR
YOU. THERE ARE
AT A FAIR PRICE AND
Fi WE STAND BACK OF
EVERYBODY LIKES A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF
APPLAUSE AND APPRECIATION SHOWN THEM
WHEN THEY KNoW THEY HAVE DoNE A GooD
THING. WE ARE ALWAYS TRYING To MAKE A
HIT WITH THE PEoPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY BY
HAVING A NEW. FRESH STOCK oF GROCERIES,
AND BY BEING ABLE To GIVE CUSTOMERS JUST
WHAT THEY WANT. AND BY MAKING GooD
HONEST PRICES So THAT EVERY ONE WHo BUYSV
FRoM US WILL Go AWAY SATISFIED. WE CAN
Do No BETTER ADVERTISING THAN To PLEASE
oUR CUSToMERS AND GET THEIR CoNFIDENCE
AND GooD WILL.
New Year.. Eve. Shli i. at the
1ili ken Memorial.
Miss .\da Muns on, of llouma. La..
,w. the. mutst of Mrs. L. A. Ilytmel
and her daught.rs and sonl this
Mr. E.:d Ilymnel has been In our
town for a few lays this week. On
account of his territory in the In
ter.-t of I'. Lorillard & ('o.. being
changed to North l.ouisiana, his
visits to his horn- are le,s frequtllltt
M1iss Eola Abbott. of Seguin St.
took part in a Ilmusi re, ital at the
Methodi't Epi,cpal w hurch at Ith
,arner of St. 'harles and C(alliope
Strot on last "l'Itesday niThet. t
ing a music iat e1 raorna lierit. it h
not unulal that her snv *et. wa, S
Th, \:tu'rnoot ivr i Iiu indrei d
t']lu . w tr . nt.-rtained bv Mr-. Iliar
1'. T. 11aln. n Tu l'u'day. Th,
itt ' e"~ - il play.,"r we-re M r . it. E.
Whitm sTor o and iii.-. Kath ilrinot
<'lark,. The ct.tnsolatiol t,.l to tlt,,
lot lof 1rs. .. Blurke. The .l' b
a ill h-" +'ltertainetd by 1Pr Alhert
Short otn June t..'
Tit'kets for re ervetd so.ut< ttr Sat-!
ulrday night's performance may be
procured at the Convent. Price in,
tents This means is adopted to
prevent children from o.tccupying the
first seats. Two .hildrten ..ill not
be admit,+<l on one ticket.
(Copyright. by Mc('turd syndicate.)
Wash in The
Pho.e Algiers 279 338 Morgan St.
Patreise s Hoe ladustry
F ,i'i .. , , ha ,n tir,. ly . ',.,ol .r, I ti rnil'
h" lItis h ' as "itn r.'l> ...i. h* r I . Iria
fur Ih Last w.. k.
Mrs. Th i It. ('na' aya . ii _'1 l.:li/.t
St r,,",*, " u .r tit ai .' ,1 th,. F'r l' y l . E% i11 , 1
E:ui,.hr'. h'luti ,ir ApIril " The -.
s, fl 4 Ii l l .I ,s \' lril,. "'ul.ii
son and M1iss 1. l.ii.l.ir.. " lu slatio+n I
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II 1 ,tai . ril . . 1 M r . I -
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I. a ll ii; -lI1' tii, .ar. in'i tli .he ,-ý '
l,1 P\ ,t ,r .uIC ,E IAT R . Sll .ii . ,
. I 1r I,,, :1 .k . tl . "t NI ; ii l ill . -' r' "i
nl'i Mr. 'h,, al See gerT :. ' .77 E l
arri111a io a, ie, ,.T b loun baby boy
ga. I. n iGic.
-night ht th* h . u. of ir os .I. " . \'Il !ck
pally in (anl Se..
LHOES EOR AL THE FAMP PLE .
On last Friday the home of Mr.
and l rs. rharles Seeier, of 737 El
mlra Avenue, was brightened by the
larrival of a fl bouncing baby boy,
and the proud parents are receiviag
the ongratulatio. iiof their many
"lfrie ifThis young heir will ens
jl oy th .irrtinction of helping to pr
petuate the name of "Seeger." His
grand gncle is Mr. Gustave Seeger.ci
inwho for many years was the agent
of the Home Sewing Machine Com-r.
pand Inrs. Charanales Street.ger, of 737 El
Mobile. Ala., May 23, 1914.
mirawould corrAvenuect an iterm published inth
the ongratulat of May . Mrs. W. Fan
friends. This young their emp wlloy of aen
grand Mr. Hannah. manager forustave James
whoPyle &for sons, as a travels ingthe ageon
strator for the O. K. Naphtha Wash
ing Powder. Please correct mis
of the and you will confhier a great
anvor. Respjectfully, Mrs. Wreet.. F.
Brookes, Jackson Stla., May obile23, A1914.
lr. Kraft-sDear Sir: I wish you
Detective headquarters had the
woappd arance of a geitem pubal merchaned ise
ore Thueralday afternoon, whMrs.en W.As- F.
Brookes is noDetect ive Gregon the emplroy of ughta
three trunka and two large boxfor ames
filled with dress goos, silks and sat-s
insPyle & Sons, as a traveling, notidemons,
strfine-tor for the O. K. Naphtha Wash-comb.
b ith this lot of merchandise
iFrank Powaddell, a freight cobrakemt is
employe and by the will confuthern Pariefiat
Railroadu was marched into detec
favor several Respjearctfs he has been rob-F.
Brookes, Jackson Stages on thbile roadla.
BRAKselling t several years. It is a-IN TROUBLE.
a point outside of the city, and the
detectives are investigating and ex
Waddell is alleged to have oper
lated between New Orleans and La
fayette, which was his run on the
railroad. He has been a trusted
) employee. A nuimber of minor rob
heries, for which the railroad offf
cials could not account, caused an
Sinvestigation by the officials of the
railroad. The Pinkerton Agency
was employed, and Waddell was ar
r rested. Mouney and Gregson made
) the raid on Waddell's house, obtain
ing the property and arresting Wad
SWaddell was an interested specta
tor during the taking of the inven
tory of the goods. He said, how
Sever, that he had been buying goods
from drummers and peddlers for sev
eral years, with an idea of opening
a store, and that all the goods found
on his premises were paid for by him.
He denied that he had stolen from
freight ears or tronks.
i h 1.i', a bill I ,\ r, :ti r. !.. I.' -.
i4 l' l4r,.. ,r,,\l alin . 4lr thr. . .,blish
III,'!nI .) a i h, I'IIIIs r iat M i 1'a rTI f',"r .A\I i
r 's. : is prpos,.l ha\", Thil i i
Tair u. in ,l. -, pr, lln iti tI,, tI]I. 1'. - tr
I llllllitiii ;llratl lln Stalill , soi I t I h s*' oil ,1i
, I)Ini ' iI-'i' '' . 1 114 l 11r 1 II t ric. H ar 11
,, b ;. . " '111,1.tl '. irv t ll . i . .hat can .
b* - rais",d o ,n our louisi ita la l b -. ..4,lS I,
in thils w\al. adve.r:is-. `h. a.:riul' ub al 1
a.. .i -rllll!, . , - l.tin ' '! il ,r ' .t..' 1. "I l'h r
,ri' ilin ! \r i h i *, , ' a b l is h lll, ' 11 o f. *
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I h" l . ?,'r 4 ! ( ; ..i.;14 1 i '. h, I ' l ii' . 1 1 r , r .I
T!i, .\1_i"rn ?.in n l. :o ,. is tg ill ,.lil 'a ,
'he ll' '-' Itl -l...,-i t 4 i A nli4 , l4il -lht"it 11 4 1
, r'Ia i l· . ll e_ , ha i li. n;10 harv'' ha l t -it
till in a .ll4t\liall wayh." h. . T 11 ' 44 ti 1~ f
tie' hill ha~ h rsl tl d 'h , o,4ar. . very . ol -
441. It . rif id. fo1's 1l 4r a se c ' till a.1 1'1I'- 1
.rialt h ,ol w $2 4 4 lrl-alor qI'hi ilme .rt ai o
1',i:ll .' a:l l li e ratioll. a eria Wli ll t
tiltmo .r it is hoinl that thl farim wTill he
a ,- i , l- onVI t hllltlll inl \, nlry per- a n i
s tranl. anr, ac~llyent la r h
hbill in a l ierial t Tatle Salt .,-free
running at all tune.. peri4ct cuIe crys
tals, full astrn'gth excellent fla)r, no
dust or p er 'i,. every package has an
aluit n of $l h,iii forh ti-akei the pour
$.ng illare c, lvnint. The coupon on
ery p~ckiaKge has a redeenmaele value;
all c, a cartln 100 a ltzeon. LIKE ALL
GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE
IT'S ON SALE AT
self-sustaininsg. ho e art e n hopes that
the bill will (om0 tp at an early date,
and disposed of favorably for the ben
tlit of our district and the entire state
of Louisiana. w r. S. E. Redfern, U.
S. Commissioner of Imnnmigration, as
sures us that th te establishment of su(h
ifarm nar the Imnligration Station,
evill result in great material benefit to
the a catir 1.00 state.
THE KIN(GSS DA R HTER'S PAPER
-This is just a remindler that a com
e mittee of the Silent Helpers' Cir
t 'le of Algiiers will await yonur pa
- pers. magazines anta books, at the
M .1asonic Ilall, Tuesday, June 2nd,
from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. If you read
member that we told you the paper
i receivedt on this date will be sold
t, and the proceeds be given towards
Sthe summer work at Rest Awhile.
d The King's Daughters' home in Man
I- deville is for the poor and needy.
e ENJOYABLE EVENING.
A most enjoable evening was spent
r last week at the home of Miss Ida
a Krogh, the occasion being the eigh
le teenth anniversary of her birth. The
d popular young hostess was the re
. ceipient of many pretty presents in
1 honor of the event. During the
n course of the evening delicious re
ie freshments were served. Those
y present were Misses Blanche Vallette.
r- M1. Hart, M. Harvey, Kate Green,
le Ella Rainey, Edith Munsteruan, Em
d ma Sutherland, Etta Pettigrove, Na
Somi ,Lynch, Esther o iarxen, Alice Zerr,
and i.. loubere, A. Lr Coite, Harold
a- and L. Loubere, A. La Cote, Harold
. anoi Ed. McGee, Gus Yncker, Lor
,. ralne Lampton and Edward Borne.
is A large birthday cake caused a great
v- deal of amusement. The lucky ones
g were mr. Gus Lyncker, who received
.d the dime, Miss Ida Krogh, the ring,
n. and Mr. Andre Lacoste, the thimble.
m Dancing was the chie feature of
the evening's pleasure,
Trio-: \.'' Il 1ii. S.T iII' It
treat 11,tastty Wili sh ,rtly Clark
the It'~ginaing of tile ts Iºh1ling
of the lt*ataion.
tio1 1 p.,ilnts to tilt ' iml i,'di;tt,' rt'a N1t
il; I ou.tLr Naval t1atii hi r, "l'r Th*.
trans..ort 11.mib, has alr.ely l,.wo
,ord r,. toi thii - ta.tion. r hrti. "t.
jill i l,.a Kr i r lp.air Th. ' . ,
iP- -,"- tel,' lonl . W1, ine . th,, .t ,
t'llnth a- the' birig l)rl' Iick Th '
1b tad t. ill b, tak.n in abt ut .1 l,' 1
a ntl th, Ilto ',lpeat,, ij n i r i al-ir
., ,'. , t" t 11,. p ,. <,l,.
The t li ,n tiý l a it i thi, at e t
... .lt t1'ii ho ,Ini;,!, ,.. I - ii r t'g ar" I
l itihe r . it+. 4, tit Ti lir 1 , i -
.ia1 r. it r trit ;I I Tia "h ' t et , t 1i. ,
. tti r,. aI i t 1 .he "'tli r , th i iirt' re
will I. rit-, ti" ii be rt, . ! ', lit- 1l it' st-.
.\ t. Is1" . a IP 1. i- ;i! oi gto.tI It
'. ill n t t1 ' "itlir . 111.1w ,1 ' kii,.i bit tht '
big .trtlll I i rea ill to.- tht rttk hti ly
p Laintl t d
Neg t r nst it iii t. da. , ola lifPour
oflt he fiT the itisg.. o ital ti - r tl tlS
liiart-rs ai ill 'lle re intI Th.tr
alias n sno de finite nis. in rI Igarl
foot steel a ireless h ia.t. TIht money,
h(otevt-, is ready , fr it, anle speitli
catitons ani other arrangements are
being loked after. At tht pre.sent
time there are about . 0 nmen -in
ployed at the station. atll this caill
giver som idea as to what number
will Ihe req ired tihere t hir n tt sta
tion is a going vconeryli.
The station now l using its own
tpo r, il aking its \ in elect.riity
tiln only ai fw days ago took on a
sulicient atmount of hoal for coaling
the smaller boats as thy come tti here
f tr that p trist. All of t hn-ir town
machinery was used for this pllr
pose, and the big coaling plant was
given its first genuine test. It is
stated. however, that after the sta
tion is in operation, it will require
the addition of a greater power
Mr. Alonzo Burke, the chief car
penter who has been in charge of
the Naval Station for the past year,
has indeed been a very lively officer
at the station, lie has done much
to bring about the improved condi
tions ot which we are looking for
ward, and it is the hope of his many
friends that he will be retained here
after the station is turned over to
a commandant, which, no doubt, ite
will be when it is in operation.
UNITED STATES POSTOFFIC'E.
List of unclaimed letters remain
ing at Station A. New Orleans Post
office, for the week ending May t28
Ladies-Mrs. Polly Johnson, Mrs.
Jessie Richard, Miss Nanna Smith,
Amanda Skinner, Miss Mary Thomp
son, Miss Vinnie Williams.
Gents-J. Walter Brady. S. .. Blan
chard, James Fulfull, A. Jackson
Prof. W. E. Payne, Henry WhiteF
Tamer Williams. Albert A. Woolf,
Good Intent Dry Dock Company.
A. F. Leonhardt, Postmaster; J. W.
Tie Oceah Laundry, which hao
now heen operating for two weeks.
is beginning to put on an air of pros
perity, as they have already em
ployed twelve people, all of whom
are Algerians. The Ocean Laun
dry is owned by F. F. ('unningham
and A. O. Cunningham, both of our
townh but who got their experience
conducting at laundry for nine years
in Lafayette. La. Their place ofu
business, which is la cated on the
thorner of Morgan and Lavergne Sts.,
way, and the management extends an
invitation to the public to come andr
inspect their plant.
far they have been very successful
that the public has been well pleased
with the work they have turned outc
and that they expect that in a short
time they will be running to tneirz
chaoed the very latest machinery for
nthe laundwing of shirts and collarae
laundry. The new concern is pre
r* and the encouragement they have al
ready received is a guarantee that
another institution is here to stay
s with us.
BUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR THE
of RENECKY SEILS THE FAMOUS
Whirlaoway Sale of \
A WORTH-YOUR WHilI >Ai OF (,NIINI I '.:: I ' : I' \'
OF IMPORTED I NtT I'II H iilNI I
19 Mesh f:n, s obb, t . 9 I4 M ,:" 1 )
Special at Half Price
1I0IBB INI T B\},,.
10.00 at 5.00 8.50 at .1.25
TABI. I AMASK t YARD i\i -t \ 1 \ ! WI.L..
72 Inh hiyhly mn: .rtn Io Itunl. th.a . 7e
,ill rt.itn tinlh in ;.un,.rn,;, value 05-. 10 C
1,x; f 1?:Y 1 c
(,-RMAN LINI.N HII-MMiD 1 85 I 12c
NAPKINS, value 2.25 PrI 2 C
SpeI- a.l, - xtr, I, .t s oubhle T rtry
iS3. VALUE HEMMED, I}I.i 95C u.... :x', 'e lu-', 29C
NAPKINS, pcr dozen 4 dern
BED SPREADS 85c BED SPkR AD 1. 59
BED SPREADS 1.19 BED sPHFADS 219
HEMMED SHEETS SO0 HEMMED SHEETS 55c
D. H. Holmes Co.
Paris,. New York, LIMITED Established
Berlin, London and Florence. AprTet 1,184.
$100 Per Week Clothes The a
$130 We Whole Family
Your Credit is
good at this
r No Red Tape
we need no
WATCH OUR SPECIAL
SALES EACH WEEK
Free Seueoalers Saturdays to Ladies
See the Mexican Pic
tures and Munitions
of War, from Mexico
in our windows.
ASKIN & MIARINE CO.
WORLD'S GREATEST CREDIT CLOTHIERS 118 -South Rampart St.
April is the Diamond month, and for this reason ire hare marked
Solhtairc Diamond Rings, Studs, Ear Screws and Diamond .Jewelry
at very unusual prices.
See these exccptional talues in our window, and if you cotntem
plate the purchase of a diamond, by all means take adr'ntoge, of our
624 Canal Street
TillS IS IfPORTANT
r Your eye-glasscs-do they fit prop, rly?
e Our Optician woill adjust them and k,'eep them adjusted trwithout
s harge, no matte'r uwhere you bought them.
a The Pre-Eminence of the Mason & Hamlin
i ir'li " : h i a-t :,i , .r., , , . MASON & HAMLIN l ln . h -,, . L . 1 I mre
, Harold Bauer, Tetrartlni-Ruffo Concert, Flonzaley Quartette, Melba-Kubelik Concert,
Kneisel Quartette, Clara Butt- Kennerley Rumford, t. -, ','! Y '!, ': . s 'I u f
The MASON & HAMLIN ,i t', ,' I. ,' . i - iih St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Boston Grand Opera Company, Chicago Grand Opera Company, Philadelphia Grand
rt Opera Company :.,l oI her. I- r I -:s t e , . ,,r . ,t,}'
: 1 IIU#&'1IJWJW I D" flp9lq 912-914
t Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
No lO s: USED. Five Year Gold Filled
g- "Eye Glasses
* or Spectaces ,0
at .) Reading or -
at , Distance
'>1 6AT OPTICAL IDEPAIllEST
,.", Brown's Drug Store
[E 929 CANAL S TREET,
JS EXAMINATION FREE. 'tet I)oor to Kre.s, %e 5 and I