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Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. OL. XXIII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1915. No. 18. ,i~~~ ~ • I=nm l GREATEST STORE SOUTH It Have the Boys Ready When the School 'Bell Rings BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS-Dandy for school wear; i dark and :l-tillum shades of wool mixtures; made on a Balkan nmI-. L I:t iull;: worth a dillar Inmore It dhan our price.....................1.98 BOYS' ALL-WOOL NORFOLK SUITS-Warranted h to give the hlt + .t -,tf \\car for boys hard on clithes- al,, dozens of patter~- -' -elect from; all pure wor.ted, and blue n gefe. 100 \ c-tcr 't'le Suitis are included in this lot; t, o it boys 2 to 7: ,iital t" ;.. . Suits. 'I First Time In Our City WOOL WEAR 5 National Boys' Suit Made With Two Pairs of Full Cut Knickerbockers- Strictly all-wo',,l %\arranted: known a- a doulle wear suit; the coats are male with stitched 1ott, im, t,, avoid sagging I wilt a 3-piece detachable belt, ivory buttons: handsome r fob; tl.so silk picket handkerchief. Knickers come I lined, rip pirif. taled -;eamns : -afety first watch p,,cket: Ath faced pockets. Your buy will get about eight dollars worth of wear out if thisi -uit, 5.00 reatest Watch House South" Watch Specials ;$1.00 Weekly iay a watch from us on easy payments AT C(ASH PRICES. No (' required. tI We make delivery at time of first payment. No fuss, no bother, ti ing questions. Every transaction strictly confidential. ý watch desired sent on approval a;. i.-,c vilthl prigl egt of ti n before any payment is asked. "'ury watch we sell has our ironclad guarantee of satisfaction 1 or money cheerfully refunded. We sell the best watches only-Waltham. Elgin, Hamilton and in the best cases money can buy. Any watch in our stock from $10.00 up can be bought on terms. C railroad watches a specialty. $1.00 S A Week FREE With Every Watch ' For a limited time, with I every watch costing $10.00 or i over, we will give. ABSO LUTELY FREE, a handsome gold filled Coat Chain, Vest Chain or Silk Fob, regular 'I $2.00 value. f $10 will buy a 20-year gold filled, 7-jewel Elgin or Waltham Watch. for lady or gentleman, plain or engraved case. Terms $1.00 down, $1.00 weekly for nine wees. $1 will buy a 20-year gold filled. Si1S-jewel Elgin or Waltham Watch. for lady or gentleman, or a beautiful 25-year gold filled. 7-jewel Gruen Bracelet Watch. Terms, $1.00 down, $1.00 weekly for fourteen weeks. f20 will buy a 20-year gold filled S-Waltham or Elgin 17-jewel men's Watch, or a 25-year gold filled. 15-jewel Gruen Bracelet Watch. Terms, $2.00 down, $1.00 weekly for eighteen grade 12-size Elgin weeks. " movement, 17 jew- $25 will buy a 20-year gold filled 3-to four potosit; s 17-jewel adjusted Waltham. -. 30-year gold strata Elin or Hamilton WQtch. or a 14-k ee gonly s.term., sohtd gold 15-jewel "Uruen" bracelet only 25. Terms, watch. Terms, $3.00 down and $1.00 $1 a week for 22 weekly for 22 weeks. W !hitr etras. ao. - w- lers Opticians 624 Canal St. Greatest Watch House South WAR SIDELIGHTS __.." .... ;-,- . .. , ., _ PERSONALS A ND b THERWISE Sergeant Wm. Anderson has re turn.ed to his post as conimmander of the Eighth P'recinct. after a vacation spent in Texas. Sergeant Johni M.1 Dunn was in command during his ab sence. Corporal ('harles Traub is also back at his post in the Eighth Prec'inct, aft er a shor, stay at Hay St. Louis. Mr. William \Whitmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore. returned to Jetlerson College on Tuesday, t Slihere he a ill resumle his studies in I that institution. On Sunday last Mr. John Riley and his daughter, Miss Odile, accomplltanied by his sister-in-law. Miss ('ecelia Ity mell left for a visit to several places of interest in our country. The) ex ip't to stopl at Kinoxville, thence to Washington, I). ('.. and probably Nexl York, and on the return trip they will visit Chattanooga. Tenn. Mrs. TT. V. C'asanova. .Ir.. and baby have returned from Ilay St. Louis. Miss Katheriine .Mulvtw. who has teen the gtue.,t of Miss Loraine Gal vin. left for her home in Ilouston Sat urday. Miss Zita t;iiepert and niiiece. Eunice N ('nuningh:u m. retuIrnedl home on \Wed nesday. Sept. 1st. after splendiing a let most enjuoable stay of two lmolith::si as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 'c,t Schneider, of 191el; .\venue \\', Gal ves ton. Texas. Tne latter was fornmerly Ir Miss May Giepert, of our townl. They tel were anlll t a the numbll er of Algerians theo were c-aucht in thie terrible hur ricane at (Galveston. iti Mr. and Mlrs. A. Sea:ward. of Elmira iia avenue, are receivinL contratulations of on the arrival of a line baby boy. 1 (apt. and Mrs. IHarry McNeely left It Saturday for .\bita Springs to spend lat a few weeks. I4i The Tuesday Afternoon Five liun tired Club met at the home of Mrs. L. Jeausonne this week. The suctcessful players were Mrs. G. Bourgeois and a Mrs. Ed McNair, playing for Mrs. Robt. E. Whitmore. The booby fellc t to the lot of Mrs. L. F. Giscih. The club will meet at the home of Mrs.i C. V. Kraft next meeting. nu The Labor Day picnic at Suburlan Park by the Washington Pleasure the ('lub proved a splendid success. Being tal Inu the only social event of the kind on this side of the river and with popular young men in charge of the pilcnic at- st tracted a large crowd. Splendid musi: was provided and dancing was kept .%' up until a late hour. The following to committees were in charge of the af- I" fair: Arrangements-P. T. McGivney, )I chairman: H. J Williams, ex-officio: J. e" V. (Clement. ('. Hlarper. Geo. Platt. Claude Legarde. P. J. Lauman. D. C. th 'Wilcox, Sovereign Clement. Irving ni: Clement. David Williams, O. E. Ay- la: cock, John Scully, Maurice LeBlanc, J. w M. Sweeney. Floor-Tom Buchholz. \V chairman: W. Whitmore, M. J. Kee- th nen. Clarence Gisch, Wallace Harper, K. Barrett. Tom Keenan, M. S. Keen, James Finley, Fulton Buchholz. A Alvin McGivney, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. McGivney, left Tuesday for Jef ferson College to resume his studies. H. Paul, chief engineer of the steamer El Norte, and Louis Harris, ci second assistant engineer, are visit- Be ing in our town, renewing old ac.- E qualntances. Mr. Harris was former- lIn ly of our town, but is now of Jersey lP City, N. J. o0 Miss Elsie Borne has returned rfom w: an extended trip to California's Ex- TI positions. She also visited points in (di Colorado. to Mrs. Jno. Couget returned last R week from California, where she vis-lm ited the Expositions. Other cities in th the West were also visited. Miss L. Dodson, of Corinth, Miss.. N is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. vi Pollock for a few days. Mrs. Al Tufts and Misses Alma and Irma Tufts left Wednesday morning for Raceland, La., to be the guests of their sister, Mrs. Horace Nelson. The following clipping was taken from a Panama paper: "The Rev. Edward J. Cooper came over from Colon yesterday morning to accom pany the Rev. W. 8. Slack and his tl daughter, Miss Caroline, to Taboga. The party spent last night at the Ho tel Aspinwall and will return to-day. Mr. Slack and Mfss Slack expect to take the trip through the Canal to morrow. Father Cooper will return to Colon on the 5 o'clock train this evening." Arrangements for the lawn party to be given at the home of Mrs. Al- c bert Woolf, 618 Otvlieer Street, on Sept. 15, at 6:30 o'clock p. m., for i the benefit of Mt. Olivet Missionary t Society, are progressing rapidly. There will be dancing and refresh ments. The price of admission will be five cents. Walter Schlumbrecht, the eighteen- t year-old son of Chas. Sclilumbrecht, 934 Vallette Street, caused his par ents several days of worry. Young Schlumbrecht, on Wednesday of last week, jumped from a ladder on which he had been working on a house in Webster Ave., near Newton Strut. painting, and struck his foot on a aiL. He was set to th hospitl far trustmet ·nl ued to rturna --. w s plos - w..dkL o. m s* 1CHIF Is a very mysterious word, but ~t everybody understands that Solari's Represents QUALITY and SERV- i ICE with Prices Consistent. .\t thlis sieason w e are constantly r rw.eivltne new goods. Amo.\ ng those t just in are: Self-Raisinig Huck- 1 wheat Flour. It, enlls a package; al Pure Vermont Maple Syrup. quart ý I bottles. .;o t enis; lHalf- allon tins. 9'0 cents: gallon tins. $1-, . AND MANY OTHERS THAT ARE NOW ON DISPLAY AT BOTH STORES I)rop in our \lain Store any day this waerk anti try a u'i of Georce \\'masliinlton P'ropareld Tea or ('of fee. Madle iin the cup. 4 t1)t NOTES FROM THE ALHAMBRA. ed th InI order to credate interest in ath ar le'tic sports amonolg the people of Al gIiers, the Alhambra as well as a few othllr clus of our town have on foot hr a st home hich a ill he launched to tproiote athleti's thi comllling win ter. wi I Thei Ihloly Name Gymnaitnstic ('lub. la lie Knights of ('olunl',,ss and the A.\l hamubra are c'onsidtrint the qulestion an of havint an int-er-clubu track meet, we SIihich will be held on Thanksgiving lt t 1)ay or some other date to be named N. later. ('ommittees are being appoint- wl 'ed by these thriee clutbs to meet and yo decide on the events that are to be en held. One of the events has almost pr positively been decided upon. namely. th a cross-country run or road race. The ch start of this race is ;o Ibe from thle pr courthouse in (retna to the courthouse fri in Algiers as the finish, the route to be do picked out and given later. The win- at, ner of each event will he awarded a w. suitable trophy, and it is hoped gr that the young men of the town will no take considerable interest in this .. i nove. e This inter-club nieer will be a ir strictly amateur affair, and none but pr S.. i'rii: :n t Si, ,. of tl:"t events. Further particulars as to low in to enter and when to enter will be nE -iven after the various committees th have met and decided upon the di e vents. hr The Scrubs were again defeated by at the Regulars on last Wednesday eve ining in a very fast game. The Regu . lar team was scheduled for a game R . with the Behrman Gymnasium on Wednesday night, and on this account the Scrubs had a. night off. J. iý H R AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR BONNER D HOME. e On last Sunday morning an auto ac- G ;, cident occurred in the vicinity of the R t- Bonner home. The c-ar belonged to .Edgar Berthaut. It seems that in try r- ing to turn around the car had slip- H y ped into a ditch, and in trying to get at out one of the occupants of the car 1 was thrown against the seat in front. ,. The little one, Mr. Berthaut's little n daughter, Strauss, suffered an injury to her nose. She was sent to Dr. it Riley, where she was treated. The : machine was not badly hurt, one of P n the wheels being bent. The others in the car were Miss Naomi Berthaut and her brother, Al C. vin, and Miss Norma Wolkart. i HIGH SCHOOLS WILL OPEN t MONDAY. . The Normal School and three high aschools will open Monday, Sept. 13th, - when all pupils will report to elect is their studies. The regular school term a. of 1915-16 will begin Monday, Sept. 20, t when all elementary schools will open.t SSuperintendent Gwinn and Assistant Superintendents Bauer and Habans are busily engaged in arranging the courses of studies in the different schools, the assignment and transfer of teachers and various other matters Y in connection with the opening of the l- coming session. This work will be n finished in time to permit the direct o'r ing heads to superintend th4 registra tion next Monday. The indications are the enrollment in normal and high schools and the elementary schools will be greater this year than at any time in the history of n- the local school system. It, ch MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN: WII uM EIn s glE All 'IEEYSLEIT II m.. u..i w 'sb... . w1 w. m. rmr, ,s.i. *s aUm Awame hMIE~ ALGIERS PLAYGROUND OUTING. S v.r t on h'Iilr.- .in- tifty ,ihrira: of tl," .\11 i,.r- 'hty:;rountld e.,j,, t.I 'hrl to .!. - At an all ldiaV plt' Tlnic at ('1\ ,f Mayor Uilhrlnan. S ..l' f1 h." little tin"'- it.: i w -vcr be.tn to a park. levltr betlet oeil tflt in, aour igood mayor hadi th,) Iti-ur.e of ii [loin: so a: the nark. i 'Thre hliulren wtre ill h;r',-e of .Mi-; 1- ;la \bbh ott. Special ,ar- ,ni.; thetm at thie ferry and dainty r,.ftret-h mi-nts w.e i,.rt sr led at the park. The' daiy i a- spent in Ipla in: ,am t till ridina. on the ltyitw horse--i. v+.r: one there said they had the hst titlm and al: join in wishing our manor thlii.' hest of health itand prosperity. andtnl may all his efforts bte cirowned with SIu' ress ik the wilh of the children of thei \lgieirs I'layround. MI 8 EOL ).A A.\ .ItIl)TT. Supers i-or Aldierr l'la, ,routnd. MISS ELMA VALLETTE'S SUR PRISE PARTY. Suplpo'se t(on appeared !i.tfor*- your friiends sonl.. tine' mornint, aind tlIo' surroiundledl \ou l alll toldl \ou in all -in cerity that you \i ere not looking i-ell; that, in fact. yotI look'd as if oU ltei-id ed either a doctor or fresh air. Iutl that you must have one or the oithr: antid you c(hoe the latter and hied ai yiourself inl despleration to a platce whl-re freshl air abiiounds and you treat hed lustily of this in'iioratiniii ozone until you we.re fe.eling well ,-not]n.h to appear heforie your fri-end< without givini thenI a nillhtniare: and lastly. 'oU retulrned hllole to show your friends that you werer still I amniiist the livin ;: and thlesie fr-itnds woulld not allow \ioui to cime ti to .Vyour 1honlie, bilt would lead %ollt to the I. I N. G. ('.. and there you would find a - whole hvy of pretty faces greetine T: VoU and intitin, you to coin.' in and nesda enjoy \ourself-- ould you not he str- tit, l tprised? Well. I should say yes' \el!. w this is exactly what happened to .,i tit (charming Elma Vallette. And so stir- tcinter prised was she as she faced her young ed no friends and realized what they had The dlone that tears of joy and gratitude itnati-i atcually rolled down her cheeks. It sight. was a genuine surprise party, and thank I great credit is due to Miss N. Rey- ,lai, I nolds and Raymond Curren and Mrs. the 5J. Reynolds for organizing such an lillel enjoyable party in such absolute se- art. crecy. After tile first moments of stir- The t prise and when the minds were re- preti: .tTrePd to 'heir normnit *tto. the rw-:y- it fo ing sounds of a piano hidden in a cor- Thi ner reminded the young people of Corp( s their purpose of the evening. And ohl. :I the . didn't they whirl and whirl around, all happy and giggling. until the too soon arrived hour of 11! The following were present: Misses E. Vallette, G. Finley ... Gerrets. G. Schroder. A. I Reynolds. G. Butcher, N. Herbert, M. n C(ollins. (G. Robichaux. E. Tallon, M. McLean. G. Sirey, S. Olroyd. K. Hor nosky, 1). Labit. It. Gordon. H. Moffet, J. Hoffstetter. A. Gould; Masters H. Humphrey. R. Cu-ren. E. Burns. A. Ryan. R. Richards. J. Charbonnet, T. R Dupuls. D). Thorning. E. Finley. J. Stassi, C. Brown, C. Jordan. A. Sierra, E. Mahoney, R. Breaux. A. McGivney, G. Thorning, J. Glancy, C. Hatfleld, G. .e Reynolds, R. Mullen. E. Perrin, V. ~Perrin, J. Ievans, Miss E. Mahoney. Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, Mrs. Young. Mrs. Hatfield. Miss Grace Vallette, Miss M. t and M. Morse, Mrs. Umbach. Mrs. 01 royd. y H. N. G. C. TO OPEN SHOW. r. Tonight will usher in the initial ap- 1 tl pearance of the H. N. G. C. in the S moving picture field, and a big sur prise is in store for Algiers picture s goers who appreciate pictures that cater to the highest Ideals in the line of entertainment. Arrangements have been completed with the largest film distributers in the South and elaborate preparations are being made to Insure spectacular productions as well as large comedy offerings as features. The weather at this time is suffi ciently summery to make an outdoor theatre very desirable from a stand in point of comfort. It is the intention to conduct this show in the open un . til winter necessitates our moving ntinto the hall, where the show will be e conducted during the cold months. e Adequate seating facilities have been arranged to accommodate a large r crowd, and through the voluntary ef rs forts of the young men in charge everything will be done to insure the e comfort of our patrons. t- The revenue derived will go to - wards the many anticipated Im provements, the principal one of nt which is the erection of one of the he largest salt water natatoriums in the is South. of Max Figman in "The Hoosier Schoolmaster" has been selected as -the stellar attraction for the opening night. In selecting Mr. Figman we have selected one of the stage's most popular actors. As he has played in New Orleans several times, no doubt many Algerlnes who have seen him on the legitimate stage will take advan tage of thts opportunity of seeing one do hli portrayss on the asreen. Thursay sad Sndy nishts have br oteblt as 1ma-re nllhts. - all OUTFIT THE BOY FORId . SCHOOL NOW 1 e 'I xr t I Ir"" 1,r 1l'i 1 1 I qi'4 i1' I % . t . i (r 1- :,m l hit hI, t.i t z i '. - i t i tliii , r a .' gi. t tr' ilir i-s .tall iots io al. trdin a to i. t r ill.+ i i i'.. .. i... i' . l htD. H . . .Holmes Co. (erie, New Yerk. L I J IT Etati.rhd. Berlin, London and r::llrence. A. i : i r ii. pri i 1'2. DECIDED SUCCESS. UNCLAIMED LIST. T h l t rinl, ut1 lh ll-lt 1\'l! tillt'.4 - l-b t . 1 f .+ lai4 h '" ltt,'rnr r ain :I n s ida l to " la N t we k iifori .h, l'l- it .t .lli t .t.(t io . . N e :'i l 4rlan.e la. th lati all .Ir I lI\ t , -t th o, , k H11 ISpt. "I, t1l1': C ide'cira ololr rnd \\a a h'id ldi,-ur Mrs. ho ies: (:artin. d ian ialr siuii . .- rh n pnblir in Mr.. . I. il.t Ianon Miss Ratta (,n*ral a wn .ll a indilidualr rspond pan: N,,,y. li. t'. l.: rortr, Mrs. 0 litry Ian toh t ra un-. 1'ori. Sll, c ,,hrar. MrsU10 . 1i zzhl ; The 'rounds w+re brilliantly illumN- Tu-k.r..Mrs :Wst, nasi M1. inat pd and r, r t ed a 11... ! bp attifull| i. . t - hry, andg; F :oreman, .sight. The ladies in (.harg(, tre most .hI ,: Fl,, ing, Samun+l II.; lHarrls, thankful toIIII all ho assisted thei . The al r; hnson II. 1. Robrts, paios ro lnds r rod and rl; Smith. e r st; Wilson, Louls; )th splendid danin plo tform was A i thite, ld r. 1 1. 6.. till+d with lovrs of the' t' rlsioran .'Oi. W. I)ANII ,S. art. .JO)SPHq \YONG*TLE+. E~upt. TIes moving gittrl es wi r. highly ap- 'ot.tmaster. Ti'ttr lea .:%i1' pa- lil lua~lifi tres' d is .\''r i -. I 'i - ' I. ltlg - ) 's o r.. ch ire . preiat.d and the refreshments came in for their share i at(1ntion. M T E IE r Ar s h Iie The handFome locket donated by T'ororl \VhEatIlEy will Cbe disposed of - T h.B PROPIT. BU S .OUR t:n l t ihe near fUtWtre. 8HOa s -PROM HIM. Ig r an The ar 1- iParc a el Transfer Co., Ltd. h klu l to a'. ll xx l:oun s \\ts a ,el a h ero. Ti ,e ' talll - tr: . \l l isltl . I fI. 1.: Cubrtin, - We driel siv er riAO(AGE to and froms E i. Mis T IAlielrs tIi o any id lailrond or lte I . . .m led nlto ship aIsn New Orleans f1or . l)Al Thke ikr~elin. Jiutleres were highly ap su- Tuk-.Pos:\'stmalesiter\. One PeslI etof damose and G5 Cents -c h Additionaal Pli WE PAY THE FERRIAGE h734 Union StreLet atPhones, Main 0 and 9 toranekrul to ealle willo bsised tem.p e of. Watr Johs ton PRO . BU.: yRobrs thie h Freight Transferred Wt the Dame ldes W dTHE KINGSBURY Ir A Convincing Piano at a Convincing[ Price T hi itr t t s an appeal to mor itel am we a yor pure. In many dtlerdtl style and ws O ea n e y h sts, hndsomely shed and of t ushually s atistBang tone q2 Cnti s .itW PAY Terftr.HE B FRRMIAGE hed iatos acc t hn parelt payment; s e e alng to ell t lowest possible SSuccessors to CGAGble Pino Co. STrIEET WHISKERS Young man, if you are not le going to wear ea ull beard i -Russian style then forf One the sakPce of ge your own ap pearance keep neatly men shaved. Neither your wm sweeth eart nor your employer preners to e see you with a mess of sprouts on your Uchin halS the time. Sel-respect begets the respect of others. Shave Every Day We Sell a CFrplete Guaranteed Line of Tosorial Articles: Razors, Strops Safety Razors luSoaps New Blades eStyptic Pencils Brushes Soothing Ointments Talcum Powder !EZ F UPWDrugCisANAL BerYmudng maify arer e eno perne kep nal