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Devoted to the Upbullding of the Wes t Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XXII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. No. I II PERSONALS I AND OTHERWISE fr. and Ms. C. . . raft and chil dron, Mrs. TI. T. Malon,. axil daught.e dl:a. and Mr arl Mrs. FrId P. fferkorr arid baby tha e r.eturned :ioIi Hit. Adam. Mrs. Jno J tiraal is s,i,':llilg some Tirle' at }Hur o.!",. Ahe .r ':. [I:':tai i : ,- plhyid. Littl,. Miss.-s Fay. a'.. l i l.l Ay • .' k lft F'riday +, ii.h: !,i r A\o'a, La.. where they w ill p,.it:,l s.,-,o tintis a ith th. lr aunt Mr'. .1I. ('Cr.ighton 31` 'ty+. has re turle..d from 'i. North. aft.r an ahl s'nce of a'.'t ratl aeks. She all nt first to ('hiag, o 'ate' nd th1 bie.nni.Il of th. General Federario of tWo'I'..mn. ('l hs, and later to Winttka to visit Mrs. (;uy 0 0 o o RESoLVED . WE ARE FISHING FoR BUSINESS WITH GooD VALUES. IF YOU ARE FISHING FOR GooD GRO CERIES CoME IN. WE'VE ° GOT THE GOODS. IF YOU ARE FISHING ARoUND FOR A GRo CERY STORE THAT HAS PURE, FRESH GRoCER IES, PRoVISloNS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, JUST COME To UV. WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT AND WHEN IT COMES To GETTING YoVR MONEY'S WORTH WE WILL GIVE YOU THAT. WE WANT YOU FoR A FRIEND AND A CUSTOMER. TRY US ONCE. AUGUST SCHABEL GROCER S, ANNOUNCEMENT For the benefit of our customers J. MIX KEMP .90 the Chicago Foot Specialist will be at our store ONE. DAY ONLY. SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 1914 If you have any foot trouble, if your feet ache or pain, if you tire easily---consult him---there will be no charge for services --- nor will you be obliged to purchase your shoes here. We have inaugurated as a permanent part of this store an Orthopedic Department, in charge of an efficient Orthopedic Foot Specialist, for the relief and care of all foot troubles and where we will carry the entire line of comfort-giving Foot Specialties made by The Scholl Mfg. Co., of Chicago, New York and London. There is a Scholl Comfort-Giving Appliance or Remedy for Every Foot Ache or Pain Scholl's Foot-Eazer- A foot rest-eases the feet, gives absolute rest to the muscles Scholl's Bunion-Right for bunion or overlapping great toe. and nerves-light and springy-equalizes the body's weight and gives a buoyant and graceful SCholl's Toe-Right for overlapping or crooked toes and especially for small :,nd step. Prevents flat-foot. soft corns between the toes--a sure cure. e Scholl's Tri-Spring Arch Support for severe cases of flat-foot and broken Scholl's Fixo Corn Plaster guaranteed to remove corns. down arch and for persons of heavy weight-gives an upward springy pressure to the key-bone Scholl's Fixo Foot Powder antiseptic, healing and pleasant to the teet. of the arch. Scholl's Footdok cures perspiring, sweaty feet. Scholl's Bunion-Reducer for the bunion, or enlarged joints. Reduces and pro- Scholl's Absorbo Corn Pads removes corns and callouses by the process of tects the bunion or enlarged joint. absorption. We do more than just sell you a pair of shoes--we make your feet happy. For the good of your feet come to .RENECKY'S SHOE STORE 701 Patterson Street, New Orleans, La, S- .L Iolte. She was among the guests ai the South Shore Country Club for the annual horse show held there in .lJune Lightning struck the roof of the don ble cottage Nos. 217-219 Pelican avenue causing damage to the extenit o $1", The building is iocupiedl jointly by Mrs. Fred M.c ers and Mrs. Victor Oil vier 1.. .1. Peterson is ag.Int for th, building. S,.nator \V. T. t htri-t'. %ho returned Friday from Iaton Iuong. left SatnTr da> for Ito "'e on .iu-ine<s for the rlron;herhood of I o omt otie En lieers. T ie I ,to ti. Pl,;asnre t 1lute ' ;ta 1i, tic Satutrda. night at Suurlll ,r!.a Park i thth he tolloainl cl"t( onIt I t,'e il 'hare 1.. .1. an t. chalirma an... r-. lI trich, \ offh 1,: 1.. C'. Stner. '. .. .I lud e., (;,o. P'alm,,r, i.,e, W hi;ak,,r. P. T..'1'. ivuI,'. Ed. M.ontgomery, Win. Mahony, Charl,.s Ilu r . It. .. .illian.t ..I.. S ,weene' , (Geo. l'Platt. .Jr., 1'. .1. I.atnaan. .uic ,a as furni.h.- lby l.ain-' s Relianc', ltanl. WV.diesday night, at t ha. horn, of ('aptain William Ilirney, the ,poplar skipper of the Morgan liner Excelsior an enjoyable time was spenit when lth ,Inho ers of the ('olumbus iLodge No. 4 1. 0. . ., of Algiers. presented hir with a 2.-vy.ar veteran Jewel as a taker of trriue and worthy Odd Fellowship Misses .I. Ilirny and T. and Ii. S, thil rend ered piano anld vs .al seltc.tiou is providing delightful ettertainmr lnt. t1. freshnirllrts were served. Mrs. .1I. Vital Ir, st-oed h,.r husbandi t\ith a tin-, baby girl last we.k. (;ra:ll Ia tlantel is warirlg onI1 of those smiles 1lr. and IMr.. , reit '.ftTf.rkorr and little -ionI returned to t their hormte in .A\1,andriat t..te-rdat . Blarry T. 1Malini., r,.turnld Moinday frito a trip ti, Ni .%t Y ,trk and othl er E:astirn cities. Mr and Mrs. MN. Morrison are r, ceivinlg congratulationl on the arrival of a fine baby boy at their hIorro,. FPri.-nds of Mr. and Mrs i'harle Itisher ar . ,ielighte.d to Iearn that "Sisrter" th ir lovtly daughtehr, and only surviving chilld. Lir-tna is hb' , again and convalescing satisfatorilN after a si., of illrmorFe than a morinth, dtrinig which shie undrtl wenti a danl girolis oiperatiot at in a ief the ait sarn itariumis. Only quite, ria ently lhit fart ily was sorely tried th rough a sad itt reaveient - thl passing of anl only son, a splendid youth. fondly renritllltered by this writter as "Little Charlie -and thit' suspense and anxiety tonswqtint to the clit ial tondition of this a--on: plished and pIopular young girl can i appreciated only by such as have walked in the shadow 'ast by sorrow. The annual picnic of the German Be novolent Association will take place Sunday. Aug. 9, at Suburban Park. Fred P. S.choern is at thei head of the 'ollmittee of arrangetments. Mrs. Evetina O'Brien. who lives in a houseboat at the head of l.avergne street, complained to the Algiers policte Monday night that a thief stole two $lit bills from a table in the boat Mon day forenoon. At the graduating exercises of the Southern College of Music Miss Kola Abbott had the honor of drawing for the gold medal offered by the college for the best theoretical work, having only one error in the examination. Miss Zita G(iepert is spending her va c,'ation as the guest of Mrs. (Calpt.) ('has. Mott. of Abita Springs. A. Sc'hlackitano, of 430 Elmrira St., left Wednesday, July 15. 1914, for New York. Mr. Schiackitano will spend a while there and will then leave for Eu rope. tie expetfs to be gone about six months. There's a Reason Why our M1ail O ,t1r ltu.iness Grows Greater Every Day SOLARI'S 'arri,'. a Stoi k that iin V. t l,,nt, Qualit. amn Prices is No where, Eli Exre,ededl in th,. O)rlriti:t .ro1eries by pair' l ;,eost or t Ors n, Ii to littN piont-Is is Ilke se"tldilig at" ordFler ti. l r Iocal grel r, e.v, elt that )" s.n ling it to us you .an get julit wh1:at yel lia t at a very sliplhr e\,el ' ilte i l ' tal! tp rtatii ll anl aI .I lay oi t! Itllore t iall ia la lor r t , (Copyriht,. by McClure Syndicate) - E OlD] IAL E 1IN6 BE[~ I a: ± e ! -;IAM.itIII' itl:l'.II\iR I:XI'E 1 Tl:T . V',ssels ailing at thi. pIot of Now O):rl.ans will lind greatly ii r,e,s ta filiti.s fr niakini r*-pairs to ihull ,. boilers. *-ngii:t-s, 't,'.. siun th* ., .I lishllment of thil' Johnson Irloni 1t ,k plant her.. So.i . ' x .t i\,h re air i'. renlov-int., repairing and r,'la, itti ofi sr."rn rlatirtt.s, rt'buiil -in. r adti.,':-s and l, tilOUSill l m't, *-itI The JohIlnsn Iron \Workii . L.' l.. a., la tely t o\,)'t (I their tlt ir.. 'lan , , lo,''ati n ,'.tit) uoI us to th* .. ks of '1,. N..\ r,.ianis Iry irk & Siip i li:!i in t Co.. aOtm' nt hossess what trak 'at, iliti.-,. with ira, k. r'i',ni . into boto h ma, 'hin-,. frn,, an p' a:' ' Shops. T'he nboil 'sni p lh llah. hbt iltdil l, inte I is fo'tt. l'leg by I" f' tor is tt and hnell e uippdin with a linlh i,t of it tahin* toola . Th,, fo'ak- l h.) . iwl o . Tfe it orks are hy o::1 1-2 fe'.ra \\l '. 'lstr wind a largl e staail l r t l l ter inIti it ) travy alingd i n. The boilhsr and plaork sh, ot..h fill ithquippdn I ith a full line of shenars punll,.hb.s. rolls, .'otllllersitlk., plat, ;,llanl stern angle and frolat furna. s. hE. lilar floor, :latn i toirns. S. av S.lin att jib ,.ran,.s. et,'. The brass floor is titl,.,I with three (3) furna. .s and cllran. Th, pattern shops, dretach)d from main buildings, arl , omplm.,ete as to. esaqliltl en l and w.ll supplitd at all timers with pattern Inumer. li ust vi tannel and t tsak wood. uilth works are operated by aole ,tri.'ity anT art avilabll in all proba hours, both day and night. The Johnson Iron Works, Ltd., P,ae within the past few months orem of e stern frames from S. S. ('has. E. liar wood, 3,100 tons). S. S. Atlantis SIrlns tonsay). reptaired and repla,ird of all ki is iay. albe plbuilt ujip ai etnomiprary eoo and rldd.r post of channels and plates for S. A. Astrak harn (3.200 tIons). and 'omol,1Htely re built rudders for all of above vessels. There will in all probability, in the near future, be a large increase in numl r of vessels discoming to New Orleans,a by reason of the opening of the Panama ('anal: the owners, officers and agon-ls of all vessels calling at the port of New 1 Orl,:ans may rest assured that repairs of all kinds may be expeditiously and e."onomieally effected. Vessels displacing 12,0101 tots may Ix' safely docked at this port. RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR SHOES FROM HIM. 25% Reduction on Mohair and Tropical Woolen Suits also Straw and Panama Hats This is a Clearance Sale of the very best Men's Clothes we know anything about. I Ih .t, Fruhauf, Adler-Rochester and Society Brand Clothes The materials in these ciothe, ar; gcnuine. the w k mnanhip i, highlyv skilled and iit and ,atitaction are , uaranteed. This s.ale atdords Vn op opportunity to setiuet thc C superior cIothes 1or 25% Off Regular Prices Men's Shoes Oxfords, in tans, dill> r ( - Special lot, 200 Pair. and patent, 4.00 value for -*.0 Men'. Shoe ....... . . . Tan Low Flat., correct ahapes, beat quality, 3 8 in tans, kids and dull calf, 5.S0 values; for ... . D. H.Holmes Co. Paris, Now Y¥rk, LMTDEstablished BriLondon and Florence. April 2, J842. $*.,"ilrc. LIMITED MASON AND HAMLIN ARE THE BEST PIANOS MT. asur,.I in the' sal, by every test, thw .as,,n & Ilani n l'ialnos stand toIday ' it hoot a p 'r in iht' rteall of pianos 'I'h.y . os it littIle m tor., hut the differ.nt' '. in dollars mor., than onlpenIIaates. P= 1m912-914 Ul JMIVEsEf CANAL Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET RENECKY SELLS THE FAMOUS lUSTER BROWN SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN.