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THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
.OL. XXIll. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1915. No. 25.
GREATEST STORE SOUTH
Bitterick Patterns Are Here
FIRST FLOOR
Great Purchase of Ladies' in 0o
Dresses on Sale, at - -
LadIes' and Mi:-' Dresses, materials of all-wool French serge,
de up In the new l:iusian style coat effect, also in styles made up
-ith combinatiun ph.li silk. Bodice and sleeves trimmed with
kId and small huf 'InI: colors, navy, brown, black, green; a very
k llent quality, ata ult'r(red at this surprising special price.
SILK ANI) SE*1E ('OMBINATION IIRESSES 12.10
Ladies' and Mis,"s' Taffeta Silk, Charmeuse and Crepe de Chine
F Ies In a larg' variý ty of distinctive models. Jacket and coatee
dlets, some styles embroidered In beautiful designs. The skirts
is made In the nii' tunic, panel back. pleated and tier styles; col
Sornavy, brown, gre.n, black; a very fine collection.
263 Ladies' Tailored Suits 10 00
Regularly 15.00, at - - - - UU
A special purchase of 263 Ladies' Suits enables us to make
this offer at the beginning of the season. Materials of serges, whip
ei ard and diagonal. Plain notch collar jackets, some trimmed with
 tailor flat braid, satin lined. The skirts are the new flare models.
Colors are navy, brown, green and black. Regular value 15.00.
The Most Complete Stock of Phonograph
Records in the City.
1. -
PERSONALS I
AND O(THERWISE
i Ophelia Koppel is a member
be committee that has charge of
arryagements for the "Orange
.eusbration that will take place
li. 1$.
_-Ls Schroder, Jr., formerly in
 sthern Pacific steamship ser
hf now a member of the crew
the American oil tanker West
Shaving enlisted as an oiler.
Westwego is operating between
g ports and England, now be
Mt London. C. Lauman, also of
is an oiler on the Westwego.
. end Mrs. J. P. Nolan returned
from New York, where they
the wedding of their son,
Nolan.
Nolan and bride reached
Orleans on the Morgan liner
on Monday, on their honey
and will spend several weeks
Ma meeting of the Associate
League held Tuesday. Miss
- oppel was re-elected second
eat, Miss Irene Brookes,
secretary and Miss Loretta
assistant financial secretary.
Behrman returned Monday
I. Louis.
from New Jersey state that
. Tegtmeier and daughter,
who recently removed
City, are very much pleased
new home, 42 Grant Ave.
has made many friends
City and has been the re
with Mrs. E. Platt's sis
UhMes Lillie and Margaret
sad their brother, James,
 d4l the Foresters Ball on
P9. Miss Sophie writes that
new friends are numerous,
never forget her Algiers
d hopes they will always
her.
_Md Mrs. C. V. Kraft and Dr.
_ . J. E. Pollock spent the
at Bay Adam.
C. Hanlon, 33 years old, of
.street, was arrested last
W Corporal Lewis and Patrol
and held at the Eighth
Itation on a charge of wife
.t Mrs. Geo. Munsterman
left Friday for their home
La.
many' friends of Wallace
. Belleville street, will be
4i learn that he has returned
Hotel Dieu, after an op
ih appendicitis and he is
to be out again.
t to the Canal street
IL Halliday at 1 o'clock Fri
a interfered with traffic
normal service not be
until 7 o'clock, when
:Ir completed. The ferry
being laid up also,
tuiy Josile bore the bur
Wellbacher, 7 years old,
Sreet and Opelousas ave
luared Saturday evening
1all from a "chute the
at play with several
in the Algiers Play
was uneonseiousa for
SDr. Kgnl wa sum
wound dressed, after
taken homn
bteeky, the dirlet
from Codsyhhm,
her two veme W
ation.
The many friends of Vallery Bar
*as will regret to learn that on Sat
irday night he fell and suffered a
ompound fracture of the leg. 1
The aluminum demonstration at i
fit. Olivet Church Tuesday night was
i decided success.
Mrs. Mary Waller and Mrs. H.
Fompson and family have returned
rom Bay St. Louis.
The many friends of Andrew Ral
ley will be pleased to learn that he
is improving after undergoing an
)peration for appendicitis at Hotel
Dieu.
Mrs. Jno. Schroder, Sr., returned
from Port Arthur, Tex., Friday and 1
will make her home with her daugh
ter. Mrs. M. O. Carey.
Mrs. Thos. Hayes presented her
husband with a fine baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nelson spent '
a few days with her mother, Mrs. L.
Tufts, before leaving for Reserve
plantation.
Mrs. Amelia Smith left yesterday
morning for an official visit to the
Woodmen Circle Grove at Lutcher,
La. She will return Saturday night
and leave Sunday morning for Cov
ington, where she will deliver the
oration at an unveiling ceremony.
The W. O. W. and the W. C. booth
at "('hif" turned over $1,300 to the
cause. Mrs. A. Smith, chairlady, and
Mrs. M. C. Gahan desire to thank all
who assisted them.
The many friends of Rev. and Mrs.
R. M. Brown will be glad to learn
that their little daughter, Ruth, who
was severely burned, is improving.
Miss Juanita McNeely spent Friday
and Saturday with her parents, Capt.
and Mrs. McNeely, returning to Bara
taria Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Perez left
for their home in Coffeyville, Kans.,
after spending two weeks with Capt.
and Mrs. McNeely.
We are pleased to note that the
little daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Cla
sen has recovered from a case of
diphtheria.
Mrs. Broussard and baby left
Tuesday for their home in Lafayette
after spending awhile with Mrs. J.
L. Walter of Verret street.
Mrs. W. L. Barbour left last Fri
day morning for Biloxi to spend a
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Daniels.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Mt. Oli
vet Branch will entertain the auxil
iaries of east Louisiana on Oct. 30.
At 10 o'clock there will be holy com
munioc; at 11 o'clock, a business
meeting; at 1 o'clock, luncheon, and
at 7:30 o'clock, a service with a
mission sermon.
The Friday Night Euchre Club
met last week with Mrs. L. Tufts as
hostess. The successful players were
Mrs. J. Worley, Mrs. T. U. Buchholz,
Mrs. A. Graf and Mrs. L. Tufts. The
consolataion tell to the lot of Mrs.
L. DeLaup. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the home of
Mrs. J. Worley.
The Tuesday Night Euchre Club
was entertained by Mrs. E. J. Mothe.
The successful players were Misses
Rosabel Garland and Katie O'Brien.
Mrs. J. A. Garland received the con
solation.
Mxi. GAST SELLA OUT.
Mr. Jos. P: A. Gast, who for many
yeas eoadueted a groery and bar at
Patterson street uear the old viadurct,
has sltM out his ples of busluass.
RlINO t' 1. L S KIh I)[l.EI. -
The funeral of Bruno Joseph Ca
muls, :i years old, who was acciden
tally shlot and killed by his cousin.
Alphonse ('anmu. 2'u years old. Sun
daily morninlg whllile returning from a
hlnting expedition in the woods be
hind the Stanton plant it ion, was
held Moniday afternoon at :. o'clock
front the I;ate residentce of thlie de
ecased at lilhrmanii avenue anld New
ton street. ('ani us was a son of
Mary Josephine l'ererie anld Arthur
S. ('ains. vwho, together with setveral
brotlhers andl sist'rs, survive hitm.
Services were coiintltedtt at the
('hurchi of thIe Iloly Namne of Mary.
and ilitermient ias in the St .barthol
(ltiew I ('eilietery.
The accideniit which resulted in the
deathl of young I'anlus was a deplo
rable one. The young men left Three
Mile l'oint at daylight Sunday and
proceeded to the swamp in the rear
of Stanton plantation. When about
two miles in the swamp they began
their return. llruno walked in front
of Alphonse, who carried his shotgun
on his shoulder. As they were pass
ing through a thickly wooded spot
thlie barrel of Alphonse's shotgun
caught in a limb of a small tree,
causing tlthe gun to fall forward and
explode. The No. S shot struck Bru
no in the right leg, above the knee.
When he saw his companion fall,
Alphonse started on a run to Stan
ton plantation to procure help. After
covering the two miles as fast as he I
could tread his way through the
swamp and woods, he returned to his
cousin with a wagon. Meanwhllile the
blood 'iad been pouring from IBruno's
wound and he was almost uincon
scious when the wagon arrived. Only
- a half-mile was covered after the
sounded yotth had been placed inii
it when he expired.
Alphonse ('amus was taken into I
I custody on a charge of manslaughter. ,
but officials clear him of blame, say
luing t was an unavoidable accident.
lie was later released on bond by
Judge O'Donnell.
MIt. WILLIAMS REPORTED ('ON
VALES('ENT.
e Mr. B. J. Williams of the city, but
I employed at Pilottown, and a for
Si mer resident of Algiers, has been crit
ically ill.
M1 r. Williams has not been in good
I health for the past two years and
- an operation has been pending all
that timne. On the day after the re
r cent storm lie was taken with a se
vere attack but on account of the
t damage caused by the cyclone, was
unable to be brought to the city im
mediately: lie was therefore coni
pelled to wait until a boat was on its
way to New Orleans, and he did not
Y reach home until Sunday morning.
e Ills family physician was called and
after an examination, announced to
Mr. Williams and his fantily that the
long talked of operation was impera
e ative. In compliance with his in
structions Mr. Williams was hurried
h to the Touro Infirmary, where the
operation was performed, and the
last reports that we have received are
1 that he is at his home and is im
proving.
o LETTER LIST.
List of unclaimed letters remain
t. ing at Sta. A, N. O. post office, for
the week ending Oct. 28, 1915:
Ladies-Miss Marie Babin, Miss
t Edna Beny, Miss Lillian Green, Miss
Augustrin Lanance, Mrs. Madam
t. MIanervie.
Men-Geo. Gillard, Mose Kenner,
e Sam Russo.
a- JOSEPH VOEGTLE, Postmaster.
)f JAS. W. DANIELS, Supt.
te ATTEMPT TO RAISE C'ORSAIR.
The Monongahela River Consoli
dated Coal and Coke Company's tug
Corsair, which foundered during the
a hurricane, near the coal fleet at Nine
' Mile Point, has been located in 38
feet of water, and preparations are
-now being made to have her raised.
1- It is probable that the chains and
0. Jackscrews attached to two barges
n- will be used in the work, it being
ss practically impossible, it is said, to
id build a bulkhead around her in the
a position she is in.
as HELP WANTED.
re
z, The Silent Helpers Circle of the
he King's Daughters and Sons ask for
an armoir and a safe for a family
he rendered destitute by the recent
of storm. Anyone having one or both
of these articles to pass on, will
please notify Miss S. E. Pearson, 245
Verret street.
os
In.
a- 'MBACH HA8 NO OPPONENT.
Hon. Henry Umbach, who has
been assessaor for our district for
many years, is again complimented
as the democratic nominee for the
By position of assessor for this distrlct.
at Mr. Uqibach has no opponent and
wt, will be naimnously nominated for
the positdo
Zucca
(;olden ('reme Zucca-The veg
etable with an almond flavor. Ex
cellent for pies and pudding. A
Aouisiana product. the result of
pollenization.
The Very Latest in Canned Foodis
-That Is Why You Find It at t
SOLARIS;
2-lb. cans, each, 2s', per doz. 2.75
Sugar
The sugar market is soaring;
last week recorded an advance of '
::5 points. We h:ve on hand a 1
large supply bought previously.
Prices will remain the same as
long as it lasts.
Ilave you one of .our new ('ata
Iogues? If inott is because you
lhave not asked for it.
NOTIE( F.
o('oni mencing \Vednesday. Novemn
ier :t. the New Orleans Southern &
Grand Isle Itailway Company will
change the arrangement of its train
schedules.
The daily mixed train, leaving Al
giers in the morning. will be discon
tinued and will be replaced by a pas
senger and mail train leaving Algiers
in the afternoon at 4 o'clock, return
ing to Algiers at 9:45 the following
morning. This train will be run
every day on the same schedule, Sat
urday and Sunday ncludedl. There
will be no excursion out of Algiers on
Saturday evening for the present.
Sunday excursions will be resumed
on Sunday, November 7, leaving Al
giers at 8:05 a. m.
('ommencing November 4, a mixed
passenger and freight train will be
run on Thursday, Saturday and Tues
day, leaving Algiers at 8:05 a. m.
Further information may be had
at Algiers depot, or by phone at Al
giers 21 or Algiers 32.
E. W. IBURGIS.
General Supt.
M(;:(A.\R ARIRESTEI).
Hobbling about on a crutch, beg
ging alms as a "('rippled brother,
helpless and in trouble," Frank
Snith succeeded in obtaining $2.55
from a gullible public Tuesday, ac
cording to the admission he made in
the Eighth Precinct Police Station
after being arrested by l'atrolman
landreaux and Bell for macing.
When searched, Smith had $12.55
in his possession, but he claims to
have reached the city with $10 Tues
day morning from Mobile. He had
just reached Algiers, he says, when
the police nabbed him. Smith ad
mits that, except for the' fact that
he has but one leg, he is physically
sound and he does not have to beg
for a living, being able to work.
ARRESTED FOR ONITR'CTING
TRAFFIC
Theodore Heinrich, driver for the
Dixie Brewery, was arrested Friday
morning in Algiers on complaint of
Hi. L. McLean, supeintendent of the
street railway company, and charged
with violating the city ordinance rel
ative to obstructing street car traf
fic. Ileinrich drove his team along
Patterson street and, on reaching
the intersection of Pacific avenue,
where there is a curve in the street
car line. his team became stalled, de
laying the cars 12 minutes, throwing
the whole system off schedule.
FOR WATER IN MILK
Dr. O'Reilly, of the City Board of
Health, ordered aflulavits to be made
Sagainst W. J. Cuny, a dealer in milk
on the lower coast, and Mrs. A. Ral
ney, 400 Slidell avenue, for selling
milk with water added. The analysis
of the city chemist showed samples
from Cuny contained 8 and 95 per
cent added water, and a sample from
Mrs. Rainey, 7.7 per cent.
r MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN:
SSafety irst. Investigate the beselts yes
cm aerivre e.rn .emea is t*
lHIIIlSEI'S Oili AI llElEVOLEIT
ASICIATiI
Ask say meaber r addres
W. 0. A1DRY. Des. See.,
ZM hIea Avemas ALOIZR.
Otto J. Lauterbach
r Engraver and Manufacturer
Belt Buckles, Friendship Links,
Stick Pins, High-Class Purse Mono
e grams and Automobile Monogras.
180 LExchange Place
SReBar Office rorund loor
29-1-16
N.%'.AI., s'.\1TIA11.) LN'.
IMr. lurke I'tacwhed.
)hi, t tarp , te'r .\11on o Iturko. I'
. N r'et .. has r-el' i\ved hii t orders
de tal hiniit trtnl dlit a iLt the, N.
i;il Stration anld orildcriing It liito Nor
folk. \'a . Ipto ldlnlln Is-tignten lt. 11
Ithirke ýil itt ot ;leave i illtlie lilt. I
ais hite a ill hIr tiecdel to break hil
l.t.i.ttor ilnto tihe many cili i ii uuler
the siuper\vi-ioli l the gientii l \ rk II
supet ri Itilt e det11t.
;I'rpeutell r I'ranik lV'ttich. u. \. N.
hali- been oreirried to relivt Mr. Iturke
aniid t ill pirolbably arrive about th
1itih it N llove n elr. .Mr. \ el'.hht is at
preient atl his liionte ini \'el ti ity.
tIo., aeaitnug orders alter a tour o,
dutyt otn thelt Soth ;lakota lof tIohe Pa
e it ll" ese!,rve flee,,t. i
\\ork ill tsoon l gii oil the Sill
tos .Amaral. This vwsel uill ibe
raised by sinking pontoons along-hile
anlii pumpig the water out. This
ill floallt thlie vessel sutitiiiently to al
lowI te po rary repairs to tie lillmade.
No attempllt will bie itade to lioat
the Stranger anid this vessel htias beetn
stricken frotm the navy list. The for
wardl cdi of the dry dock struck and
Swenit through her abouit midiship.
damtiaging hier so badly that repairs
are Utill a rraliited.
The army dredge (' auls. now in
dry dock, is nearing completion uind
will leave for Mobileoon as soo as sthe
rlin ibe unidocked.
HIIEIRO) I'MPiS NOT l).ºMGEll.
Just after our recent cyclone all
kinds oif wihl reports wiere cturrent
regarding the great an outit of da11n
age doneiit' ii the vicinity of this dis
Irit t and especially was a report cur
rent that the IHero irainage Pumps
hald tieet i disabled throug the windi
stoirm.
The l lerald got in conmunittcation
with Mr. George Hero in order to get
first hand information regarding this
reportr.r. Hero stated that till in
vestigatiton had been made two days
follow ing the storm, and it was found
that the big plant had not been In
jutred even to the extent of losing
a single window pane, that the drain
age pumps drained the section itn
keeping with safety so as not to in
jure the levees by taking away too
rapidly the water that had accumu
lated on this side of the embank
ment. but only two d(lays after the
storm the water had been cleared
and the Algiers Outfall Drainage Ca
nal which was at one time a naviga
ble stream, was again enoverted into
a drainage ditch.
This is a great victory for the Hero
Drainage pumps and it mneans per
petual drainage for the section of
Algiers to the extent of a radius of
live miles inc(luding everything with
in this drainage district of Pllaue
nine, Jeflerson and Orleans parishes.
.A DENIAL.
An article was published in two of
our daily papers regarding a state
ment made by Mr. Frank Redmond,
who was at Bay Adam during the re
cent storm, stating that Dr. Kraft
was at Bay Adam during the storm,
where he met Mr. Redmond, and as
sisted in caring for the injured.
Dr. Kraft desires to deny the re
port that he was at Bay Adam duir
Ing the storm, and no doubt his
name has been confused with that
of one of the physicians located at
the Bay.
I)II'BIE CEIIEMONY I PER
FORMED IN AIAilERIS HOME.
Two Northern girls became the
brides of two Orleanians during the
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Leain, ,220 Delaronde street. Mr.
Le('ain being the first officer of the
steamship Abangarez.
Both brides traveled down to New
Orleans for the weddings, their re
spective husbands being in the em
ploy of the United Fruit Companty,
and unable to leave here at this time.
f Miss Mary Ann Cook, of Boston.
e Mass., was married to Mr. F. LeCain,
k while Miss Aline Armstrong, of Catn
i- ada, became the bride of Mr. M.
C (ard.
Is Miss Cook was given away by John
a Duffy, and Miss Armstrong by Cap
tr tain Rose, port captain of the United
2 Fruit Company.
The two brides were dressed in
- costumes designed specially for the
double wedding so that they might
blend harmoniously.
Both carried large bouquets of lil
ies of the valley and their costumes
were decorated with the same flow
Both couples will make their
homes in Algiers, while the same
minister, Dr. Brown, of the Method
- ist church, performed the ceremo
j LET THIS CHRISTMAS BE YOUR
ELECTRICAL CHRISTMAS. BUY AN
ELECTROLIER, ELECTRIC IRON,
OR HAVE THE HOUSE WIRED FOR
THE WIFE OR MOTHER.
GEORGE H. 8TRASSER,
163 Delarouod 8t
14-Karat Gold Jewelry In the
Holmes Jewelry Shop
Sil 'n , ta n ,. t ,  ,, ,l' .' .,!. :' "' -
iGold Novetis for Mn, Too,.
\\' ;t r' ar p t r n w .', r. I I I' t.Tr1;. butt s
Irr, t' "I' E \, tl" j' '. i fi. ;,111 , ., . m a n , it , ,' , , 'I.
Articles are on display with Green Tourmalines, Acqua
M-arines, Moonstones, Calibre Sapphires, Amethysts and
Topaz.
Gold Novelties for Men, Too
Ii Repli ca' Diamond l llJewery, ',,for Theate r lttor of
:tlt h 'a 1". Ia'' . t -I r ' IIt-.' ttlr ll i t
t', .. . '"l, f [l lll t ra sMl' If t a'r .;, t h ' , r ,, , lill
I r ntu' l o r in t'i r tau a l it- . W a ll' - *,'air . .' r , . hI . ,s in a - lM i ' ,
lleair uhai iiný, pa' ,iI ctul nive,. i, ., t,,.t ,'I tii . .,
al-.n cFI'i :I 'art I it ý. ai--.) , I t ,,1 ¾ ..' ! I_ Ir. i 0.a' 'tt ,- anatl
Replica Diamond Jewelry, for Theater or
Formal Evening Wear
Tlhta'ý' u- lle tilonS ar .t:tlll(Im , V Iith t t ' rrInl 1 , , ~ h I t Pallau-a l,'.s
•an ii a kll ' ij . tr. 1 -t ll l a ;It ,p ial 1t~i the \, l.t t i , hi t - a itlh.t I upon)11
''l'rr. 'tnll a - anil t lppl)r riat1 tL'S-1 il h r .I l i t to Inu, tioti a
Elbow Bracelet, I; , Dinner ings,
ýý Bar Pans -.
Necklace ""1 tiesl e 1. teli r I , . 'er .ctne; are
Pendants ' :. , h c oi'
Fancy Veil or Hat Pin, .h,,.;:. r'..: , : ,I '
ti ren 1 , t. - , i e," .t ( , i u ' ,,,1. . : , . , tr .
D. H. Holmes Co.
Ple., Nw Yrkr.IMTED '""
Berl..in London ed Flerence. LIpr ITED E,.1
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
With I. WEINER. The Algiers Furniture
Man. He gives you plenty of time
to pay for it.
AT CASH PRICES
I. WEINER
137-141 Delaronde St. Phone Alg. 378
Oct. 21
Charles E. Erath
Manufacturer Of
JAMES OINART'S CELEBRATED MUSTARD,
Red Hot Creole Pepper Sauce, Redsnapper Sauce
CREOLE KETCHUP, AMMONIA AND VINEOAR
All Labels Redeemed for United Mileage at Main Office 607 Whitney
Central Building
1410 KERLEREC STREET HEMLOCK 9413
The Parcel Transfer Co., Ltd.
We deliver BAGGAGE to and from cls
Algiers to any Railroad or Steam
ship in New Orleans for
One Piece of Baggage and 25 Cents Each Additional Piece
WE PAY THE FERRIAGE
734 Union Street Phones, Main 20 and 2692
Light Freight Transferred at the Sam Rates..
DUGAN
The public is cordially invited to attetnd a ('oncert featurngr
the Stolo (' arola Inner-Player Piano at the Iougain Piano c'ompany,
914 C('anal Street, Thursday evening, O(ctolber "', S o'clock.
/M11llE CANAL
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET
Stop
Holding Your Nose
Throw the Moth balls away, they have
served their purpose--get rid of the offen
sive smell with
SACHET POWDERS
We of course have the highest grades as
follows:
Azura (Piver) Florayne (Piver)
Yanky Clover (Hudnut) Gardinia (Hudnut)
MULHENS') In All Orders
COLGATE'S J
EBer UdPPDruggisY
SPET P', -p

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