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Devoted to the Upbulldlng of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1916. GREATEST STORE SOUTH housands of Beautiful Garments Sacrificed 1500 Silk and Wool Dresses, 9.75 LediN' and Missy-e' "' ," t:;I k a~: l S "ero 'omtubination Dresses; lsav and bla k \ .r·r i t di- ttin ive niio0 ,ls: regular _ Si.0, offered in "' i':a ,1' . Stalc' at this heavy reduction. Tailored Suits Reduced to 15.00 an' aid Mie-' T r -mntdc' Suits. materials of poplin. dltI, velveteen and .,1 rt. -r;a i lining. isomie braid andi fur a Ire and salý,,r pl1. 'e'd -kirtn; regular values up to -ýdced for the I(larati, e Sale. Entire Stock of Furs, 2 Price Ssatire stock of h!1. - lme Furs. consisting of Dyed Blue OuerPox, Ermine. I!.c k Lynx. Black Fox. Natural Mink, lied -lIIa and Coneys. iN -,t- or single pieces; your unrestricted -dall Furs in 'o',k !'ri"e range from $'2.9S to $125.o1, -Fh and Cloth Coats, 25 per cent off 1Ur' and Misse" Pl'lo-h. Broadcloth and Fancy Mixed Wool Fur trimmed, made in the new as models. A very com atU nt of sizes: best satin and peau de cygne linings; pica $20.00 to $45."1,: your unrestricted choice of the -ik at 25 per cent less rihan former marked prices. (4- re P'. Platt. IR. J. Williams. P. T. M -;ivney-. I. M. Sweeney. Daniel \\Vil ONALS e.1yr. and Mrs. Henry Munsterman. of & OTHERWISE Seguin street, acre week-end visitors to Buras. the guests oftheir son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George .Munsterman. M ting of the Dock Misses Rita Santos and Dorothy and Pacific Railroad (Mott hale returned to St. Mary's of Sadlditional track at the Pine t'onvent. ('hattawa, Miss.. to mggling into .\liers, resnme their studies, after spending S baaks. The matter the ('hristmas holidays with their par the engineer for thu ents. lt board. Mrs. (('apt.) ('has. Mott. mother 11 years old, of .. and family have returned to .\bita to -- s run down and ren- take up their residence in their new by an automobile Ibungalow by S. . Bo-!s-r Tt-- funeral of Patrick Broi.an, an near Delaronde, told resident of Algiers, was held from n. The boy, his residence in Vallette street Mon was clinging to a day afternoon, being strictly private. he released him- He was a native of Ireland and is sutr by the auto, which ived by a daughter, Sarah Brohan. ima. Deputy City The Tuesday Afternoon Five Hun a and Supernu- dred Club were entertained this week sassengerger were by Miss Katherine Clarke. The suc time. The boy was cessful players were Mrs. H. T. Ma n at his home. lone. Mrs. E. J. Mothe and Mrs. G. aInury. 1IBourgeois. The consolation fell to No. 579. Woodmedn the lot of Mrs. Chas. Zatarain. The ed officers at a next meeting of the club will be held light at Renecky's at the home of Mrs. H. A. Tansey. opeanng at 7:3' Orange Camp No. 8, Woodmen of .Piershments were the World of Algiers, held a regular meeting Tuesday night at Pythian No. 25, I. O. O. P., Hall. at which officers were installed at IRnecky's Hall and other interesting business trans to be Inter- acted. bl lbe installed and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Gisch Refresh- have the sympathy of their many _,. All members friends in the loss of their infant t. son, who died Sunday night. Club will en- .Mrs. G;aston Moreau and children roimds at a recep- are guests of Misses Ida and Laura om Friday. Janu- Davis. bwlag committee Mr. Archie Murphy, one of our well SW. J. Judge. known and energetic young men. Impression of Your Town by Home Newspaper 'TOUR HOME NEWSPAPER! is power," the bard tells us. No one can a USEFUL CITIZEN and an INFLU of a community without first familiarizing things that are going on about town. To be a - uint KNOW THINGS. N8 ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE DETAILS OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT. THEY ARE AWARE I UPPORTS BEING MADE BY THE BOARD OF . NEW ENTERPRISES, TO INDUCE FOREIGN EST IN THE CITY AND TO START SMALL PLANTS-THOSE THAT EMPLOY SKILLED WAGES AND BRING USEFUL CITIZENS TO 8 must be aware of the erection of new t know of all real estate transactions-the .i the price. They must be able to show the Sreal estate in his home town. To be a useful r - part in all efforts to create a GOOD IM town in the outside world. One must lend a ats which will better the town from an a and educational standpoint, UI WAY TO GAIN THE NECESSARY INFOR A USEFUL CITIZEN. THAF IS BY READ- ' IT 18 THE DUTY OF EACH NEWSPAPER - ETTERMENT OF THE COMMUNITY AS A IS LARGELY PERFORMED BY THE DIS L INFORMATION TO THE CITIZENS. one learns of new enterprises, of capital e of the arrival of new citizens, of the en t corporation, of improvements made by ct bythe county authorities and of all things c, aBETTER PLACE TO LIVE IN. .D TO BE WITHOUT THE HOME BUT A FEW CENTS A WEEK? NAVAL STATION NOTES. The- U. S. S. Kearsar.ge arri,. cd on the I,,th and after coaling and loeadino stores left for -outhern iwaters toila. This ve4ss-el carrite the marine, doeta II titenit .4 hit ii wa- formerly at t,;.. New Orleans station. 'lThe I'. S S. Petrel. with the "i i: I ncas as convoy,. xill leave F'rida5 for (Cuba. the t' neas returning to Ne'\\ Orleans for tiurther duty at the Na:\al Stat ion. ()Owing to the hilgh ater in the ri\ver, work ill connet tion with the thlating of the Santot, A.\aral has been stolped. It is the. present in tenttion of the owners to proceed t it:: the work 44 hen the river drops enough to allow the construction of the cofeter dani to be complleted. The steanlmship ('arnargo, whlich was to, ha \t been docked for about two dal s the latter part of this week for the purpose of repairint under water parts around thlie rudder and propeller. cannot be docked on account of bein'g of British registry. .\bout one-hundred and twenty-five marines, under the commnand of ('ap tain (utts will stay at New Orleans when the Kearsarge leaves. The Labor Board is in session mark ing the papers of the .January exami nation for positions at the Natal Sta tion. CHRISTMAS AT BARATARIA SCHOOL. The ('hristmas exercises at Bara taria School No. " were held Thurs day under the direction of Miss Mc Neilly., the capable teacher. The pro grani was creditably rendered. has taken a position as dispenser of liquid refreshments with .Jim Tallon. TiI- corner Seguin and Morgan streets. 1Mrs. Van Loon and her daughters. Mrs. Esther (;astel and Miss Isabel of Van Loon, have removed to the city. ors taking up their domicile at No. 2327 nd Berlin street. re Little Margaret Ilynmel has been ill at her home for about a week. Ihr. SPollock, who has been attending the little one, says that she is improving. to .r. and Mrs. Windsor, 1'. S. N.. will take up their residence at the na\.y ,ar yard some time this week. Sts. John Social Clulb held its re' her ular bi-monthly meeting Thursday, to January 6th. Much business of impor tanice was transacted. several new members taken in and a number of an new applications recei,ved. The mem om bership of the club is growing rapidly. Ott- having almost doubled in the past two Ite. months. It was decided to give the r- first moonlight excursion on the Sid ney under the auspices of this Club on un- Saturday. February 19th, and a com mek mittee was appointed to take charge uc- of the affair, with a view to its suc la- cess being as great as that of previous G. entertainments given by S. J. S. C. to Miss Juanita McNeely has returned 'he to Barataria, after spending a while eld with her parents. Miss Stella Joeckel entertained her of aunt. Miss M. Joeckel, of Memphis. lar during the holidays. lan The many friends of Mrs. John led Porzler will be glad to learn that she us- has recovered, after a two weeks' ill ness. ch Olney Platt left for Convent, La., fy to become a student of Jefferson Col mt lege. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Patterson. of en 402 Slidell avenue, left Monday for 1 ra Havelock, Nebraska. where they will make their home. Mrs. Patterson was Il- formerly Miss lIstelle Burgau. n. The many friends of Mrs. J. R. Al len will be pleased to learn that she( is Improving after an attack of la I grippe. Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Perkins, of 506 Belleville street, have the sympathyt of their many friends in the loss of c their baby girl. c An enjoyable evening was spent a New Year's Eve at the home of Miss s Sydney Olroyd. Dainty refreshments s were served and an abundance of fire- I works was on hand. Vocal solos were v rendered by Misses Ruth V'allette and c Esther Hebert and dancing was in- t dulged in until the bells rang out the I Old Year. Those present were: I Misses Esther Hebert. R. Vallette, .\i. c Duke. A. D. Sadler, A. Langford and S. r Olroyd; Masters G(. Thorning, D. g Thorning. C. Jordan, C. Brown, \W. I Niklaus and S. Neyland. Mrs. Tracy Lilly is improving, after o being ill for the past week. v Master Earle Joret left for his c home in Lafayette, after spending the t holidays with his aunt, Mrs. Jules Jud- F lin. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Nelson, of I Raceland. were guests of .Mrs. L. 0 Tufts. d Mrs. Geo. Cunningham and children L are guests of Mrs. Emile Hotard, of a ilelleville street. k Mrs. Mary Taormina is visiting her C mother, Mrs. S. Amedea, of Valletter street. The larger girls and boys of the Al-I giers Playground are planning a boatF ride on next Saturday night on the B steamer Sidney. They are to be chap- 5 eroned by Miss E. Abbott, supervisor. V Mrs. Chas. Abbott entertained at aC card party Tuesday night. The suc- 1 cessful players were Jos. Worley and V Mrs. W. Hebert. F A Newcomb ball game will be a played between local teams at Algiers t Playgroend next Suaday. I' 'II hen the Ihet can he hlad atll nIlo higher price than i% often charged I'or the inferior, ih"t l h*hilull iu ri-k the iihile su Il'er'tructure of the 'aunill health by furnishing 15)1r f(mal. I1' ou are amlonlg the Ilinority 1r [to 41o not knowi that our .talllard ha% ever Iwen, is, and (p al~anA mtill te Purity Quality Service 'Ti, iour own fault r A. M. & J. SOLARI, LIMITED Main House, 201 Royal St. Phone Main 2590 THE ' .ti.lMILv ROt'ERS COUPLE ARRESTED; WILL BE DE PORTED. ('Charles Goyena. alias Carlos ('ol lians, and his wife. Martha. are being held at the immigration Station. to Ie deported upon orders from immigra tion headquarters at Washington. The couple arrived in New Orleans' Monday afternoon fromn Porto Blar rios. Guatemala. from which port they embarked after a trip from Guatemala 'City. On the boat they were known as Mr. and Mrs. I'ollians, and shortly after they had disembarked a mes-1 sage was received from W\ashingtoni I instructing that they he held and de ported. The case was turned over to Inspector Vincent, who asked the ,s-l sistance of the p1olice. I)Detective Obitz was assigned to work with the inspe < tor. and the pair trae-d the couple through the delivery .1 their trunks to the De Solo lotel, wihere they were re-"istered under the name of Goyena. At police headquarters the couple declined to discuss their arrest. though Goyena admitted that he had trtbuble ii Guatemala City New Year's night. He is understood to have been a member of the bodyguard of Presi dent Estrada ('abrera of Guatemala. The couple was later transferred to the Immigration Station. Captain John Mayo. who is in charge of the Immigration Station. stated that he had no information as to the charges against the couple. "My orders came from Washington and were simply to hold and deport them," said he. "I want to compliment the officers cn their good work and to thank the police for their assistance." FATHER LARKIN ENTERTAINS CHOIR. On Thursday night-the twelfth night after Christmas. which is known as Little Christmas-Very Rev. T. J. Larkin entertained the members of the choir of the Church of the Holy Name of Mary at an informal supper at the presbytery, at which he took occasion to thank the choir, net only I for the beautiful music rendered on Christmas, but for their services dur ing the year. and in a special manner thanked Prof. Fred Herbert and his daughter. Miss Georgina Herbert, for' their hard work for the success of the choir. Hlie also advised the members of the choir that they should be more attentive at rehearsals, and they should remember that, with a leader such as Miss Georgina Herbert, who is so proficient in the art. that they were receiving an education which could not be obtained anywhere in the city without great expense. Prof. Herbert then thanked Father Larkin 0 in behalf of the choir for his many compliments and for the sumptuous! repast then being enjoyed. Miss Geor gina also thanked the choir for their loyalty to her father and herself and ' impressed them with the importance r of attending the rehearsals during the r year. Father Larkin cut the kine: a cake and Mr. William Donner was for- r tunate in being king. as was Miss M. c Rousseau in being queen. .After theit supper was over His .Majesty, with his t lovely queen, led the way to the home of the Knights of Columbus. where dancing was indulged in. Miss Ruby L. Walsh 'recited the "Alabaster Gate," and by special request of Father Lar kin she recited "Curfew." Mrs. Frank Galvin, who was the guest of honor.. rendered a few vocal selections, all cft which were very much enjoyed. The ih following were present: Mesdames a: Frank Galvin, Jos. Richards and G. o Krider; Misses Georgina Herbert, M. !n Rousseau, Malvina Dwyer. Ida Kevlin, b W. Lange, A. Farbras, Clara Balz, h Clotilde Mechana, May Barrose, L. t Hooke, Hilda Nichollas and Ruby L. e Walsh; Messrs. Earl Vallette, John J. tf Fox, William Donner, Thomas A. Fox b and Prof. Fred Herbert. The music of as the Chrlstmaa mass will be repeated a at 10:30 o'clock mas 8unday. 14 - FOURTH PRECINCT DEMOCRATIC CLUB. .\, tin P'r,.sid,:,t .Itl \ :ar: ' lr'lut .'st,, I that th, - ,l ' t i.lunh, 'tisrnP-.s !¼ o ti ll- rt.. : ~h.iri: ,::ti uii 1 tier. ant :ii corlL ;lian e 11 i'l hi-. ri ql11'st the tfolio :n- oftli. .r- r ,ere i, t ed by aclamatio n firank tE. lhnuitu n..L lr. r tl ri, k Jir , rt. .Jailts i. ( rounbltt-. Eld arl J. turr-:.. e 'ristophii r Hterbtr rt. .l tin Itl an. \\il liant Lauian., I harle. hItl.! t..tt, r. John K. llerbert. .Jos. \V. L.0t.hlot . Frank (tastroigiovauni, ti'arile, 1) Mar tin. Johin 1'. Nolan. I eor e N.l-en. WV. 11. \Vard. Robert I. Sichwani r. t ha.. t). Itoolire. Sr.. li Thi . lIt'ihardson. Thos. t. liuchhol.. Sr . vii e ,resi dent- s; Walterr It. I .ura . :retar : ¼John IHenry Vezien, treasurr; Walt. r lilt/ell, grand marshal. and Jame. turran, ser.eal t-at-arlnls. Plrestident Biarrett introduceid Mir. James tO'Connor, of the Fifth W\art a ho made a very interesting and in -tructise speech. li- prais.e for thei ")Democratic party and its leader, lion arable Martin lenrnian, was the .tub ject of miuch applause by all present. The club ohiered .r. O'Connor a ris ing vote of thanks for cinming over to the Umeeting, as a ell as to show their appreciation for thi many counpliuieu tary remarks to the Demlocratic party and its supporters. Ir. C'harles lienricks was the next speaker introduced. tie gave a brief but interesting talk. dtenouncing prohli bition in any shape, manner or form. and pledging his support to any and all questions for the good and wel fare of the labor organizations. SThe following resolution was read tby, Mr. Hlenry Acker and adopted by the club: l "e it restited. That tihe DIemonorat ic C(lub of hte Fourth Pre,-inr.t. Fif teenth Ward. does hereby endorse thle candidacy of llor. Ruffin i;. Pleasant for governor, lion. WV. T. Christy for state senator of tihe seventh senatorial idistrict. lhon. John Fitzpatrick for state tax ctollector of the l'arish of O)rleans. lion. Andrew It. Wilson for judge of the Juven;ile ('Court. and does hereby Iledge th. ear'r s- and hearty support of its niemrtrership to insure the overwhelming \ictory of these candidates at the primary election which shall be held Tuesday. .January .A committee of five. 'onsisting of the following gentlemen. George W'. Foster. John Schroder. D)ave Mur tagh, John A. Hlerbert and Foster 01 royd, was appointed by the president for the purpose of conferring with the presidents of the several precinct clubs. Fifteenth Ward. on matters per taining to parade and general mass meeting. President Barrett spoke in regard :o Heon. Martin Behrman. and of his kind ness shown and many favors extend ed to the people of Algiers. through him, and requested that his many friends and members of the club en deavor to roll up a big majority in fa vor of the candidates he is endorsing in the primary election, in order to show their gratitude and appreciation. After thanking all present for at tending the meeting and inviting them to participate in the parade and mass meeting to be held on Saturday, Jan uary 22nd, meeting'was adjourned, and all present retired to the gallery, where luncheon was served midst the tuneful strain of Saunfleld's Orches tra. 1'. R. DI'RAND, Secretary. PLANS FOR ROAD COMPLETED. City Engineer Payne stated Thurs day that plans and specifications for the new gravel road through Mctlor oghville to connect the road in Brook lyn pasture with verret street..\ Algiers. had been completed and that bids for the material would shortly Ie asked. Approximately 4ro0 yards of gravel will be necessary to do the work. The route will be the same as that of the road now generally used. Mr. t'ayne also said that he is satisfied with tihe progress that is being made by the contractors on the water works sys tem, more favorable weather condi tions helping them now. THIEVES ROB ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH. Thieves were busy in McDonogh ville last week. They visited St. An tpony's Catholic Church. where they broke open the tabernacle, presum ably in search of valuable chalices or other articles, but they were foiled as none were to be found. They also broke into the contribution boxes. but it is believed nothing was found there, as the receptacles had been emptied of their contents shortly be fore. Mrs. Jolly, who tends the church, believes that the thieves hid them selves in the confessional as she made a thorough search of the edifice beforp locking it for the night. No. 36. Fashion's Decree Calls For White Gloves 2-4 la-p ll ailt, !.aauih.kia. !, .... I.. 2-0-'a10 lhite hid, r II S- ntton Lº'ngh w it· l W Ihile I ln kin i' I ..... .... .. ..... . I *2-Ihltt, n I.: 1 . - I;t- . . 2.:. I14,Itutain ltna 1 h I at knI, aa 1, :a oi 2 l-Huatt ol Il vlgth Ia , 6o. Sdtl'er taken ia l 4.I ntll 4'b a in. a •. t I 4. . la.I. e IIlan lker chief and ILinige'rie %Hai j'. %aahi g. Novelty Suggestions for Evening Jewelry, Combs and Fans The "Princess Pat" Coiffure ()rnrtlin.nt is the Metr)politan N ,v. It. i:n,hl f'auou)li. . 1 1i iCU anor i'aint.r. ahowV for the fir't tina- by HIo.lIeIIA NilIerite. Ithinae.tme,'.- ,:noiru-ted i epiia o: a a h lliamloaund Thling' ................ 7. to 1 9.,14) ('hoire Ornailtent inll li price,. a;r thei ('I raent linged ' olmnils and Hair Pin.; nlade in a new aay. Silverite . lthinestoner EIntrud. at..... .............................................4 to 1.7 O thers. to ........ ....................................:.0 Collection of ~halite nllll Itlark (;ainze l'ans; painted and span gled. carved bohone tik... ........................... .. 4, 2..-0 Others in real I.ace to ..................................412.35 D. H.Holmes co. P./". ,w Yal. e LIMITED at .bi,..d Berlin, London and Ilo..... April 2. 1J. Grasp This Great Opportunity Now . II I . a t II Sluccessor uo Cale 912 914 UL i i rCANAL Successors to C.ble Piano Co. STREET YEAItLY TOKENS. We have received this week from the American Brewing Co. a set of beautiful ash trays which were sent over by MIr. Frank Lobrano, who is so favorably known on this side of the river. Mr. Lobrano also sent with his compliments to the Herald two incandescent lamp shades being very attractive and of a unique design along the lines of the old English lamps formerly seen in the streets of London. We extend the compliments of the season to Mr. Lobrano and also the American Brewing Co. NEW ('ALEN)DAR. From the Commercial Germania Trust and Sayings Bank we received a beautiful 1916 calendar. A hand some baby is the picture on same. MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN: Safety est. Investlgate the benmlta ye, can derive trem umemberhip ai the WORKIIIMEI'S UION AllD IENEVOLEIT ASSOCIATIOI Ask say member or alddr W. . AWDRY, nRe. So~.. hf nahira Avee. ALGOInaR. =o .. Brush Up Hair, Teeth and Clothes We have the large t assortment of GOOD Brushes in the :itv Hair Brush'from - 10c to 2.00 Tooth Brush from . - 5c to 35c Clothes Brush from 10c to 2.00 This is the Season to BRUSH UP. It puts the blood in good circulation TE)1 J UPP, Dru"ist Bermudk, EC ik C Verret5 th. Dauphine Slate Co. Slate Roofers and Dealers... Office end Yrd 627 Deaphine St. Branch Yoard 717 Opedoeeae Avenu PHONE H 731 PHONE A 505 L We are now in a position to deliver slates of four squares or more to any point in Algiers at the following prices: 10x12-8x14, $7.15 per square. 10x14-12x14- 8x16-11x22, $7.40 per square. 10xl6-12x16-12x18, per square. $7.65. English Tiles, 25c per piece. American Tiles, 18c per piece.