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* THE HERALD.
Devoted to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. SXXIV. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1916. r,- I I__ -_ _i__ _ GREATEST STORE SOUTH '1Mr Furnish Your Home oi val By tla avi he MB. Club Plan dignity and convenience appeals to eery householder without exception. By this van, your purchase does not cost one cent te wire than if you 4id cash in full for the da: hole. There is no interest charge of any ind, and eight months are allowed to pay; if on te purchase amounts to not less than $25.00. RMNITURE F' FLOOR COVERINGS CURTAINS Do CHINA 'ri Lowest Cash Prices 8 Months to Pay. ni Re dra Nsw Orleans Art Studio, be _e paervision of Graduates and Students of Newcomb and d Other Colleges the OFFERS INSTRUCTION IN en rm m d PIpo Organ Playing, Violin, Ukelale, Etc., th4 and Water Color Painting. The New Art of co S Cla-ic and Modern Dancing and other Arta av - ~fUCATION FOR ADMISSION AS STUDENTH MAY tol * BE MADE TO gr .BROOKE8...... ........... .C. 3Elml ia Avenue L. DAUDEIAN...... 1307 Pleasant St. Phone Up. 608-W W IalisY GIBBS .................... 2708 Coliseum St. Ila ADRE ELLIOTT .................. Phone Jackson 1024 pr ESTABLISHED 1853 tb J. C. MEYER & SON SI TI JEWELERS N DLbrmods, Jewelry and Silverware I)amond Reset ti Watches and Jewelry Repaired h iCATUR STREET Near U. S. Mint I - 80305 NEW ORLEANS, LA. hi S EVERY PRESCRIPTION t) 4 FILLED HERE er is subject to a system of checking St / /L l that makes pnistakes imposlble. SWe also adhere rigidly to the rule ni t of no substitution. What the doctor w orders gou get, nothing less, nothld g 1 more. That is why physicians refer to this as a perfectly safe phar- m 1 macy. to CEITRAL DRUG STORE B FRANK M. CALLAGEAN, Prep. .Pelican Avenue and Olivier Street it ic AT SPENCER BUSINESS COLL-OE GE the GREAT SPENCERIAN SHORTHAND and CENTURY BOOKKEEPING and the most di s of penmanship. Rapid calculation, ofice prac- IIr English. tl 306 Night Seslons. ladiwidual lnatraco . 188 711 COMMON BTREET. ill ORNADOES are due and STORMS are due Policies that will secure' you against Loss, see A. TANSEY, Aros 9126 157 Iam b Stru in THE HERALD- '2r:. -~. .,is;;hs;n ;s ·LL\Y ~L;CYf · PERSONALS AND OTHERWISE1 Mrs. Eleanor Nelson is the guest of Mlrs. W\m. i. Weaver. th The (ook shop at l22" Teche street. ant owned by Philip Sunseri. was slightly tha damaged by fire early Friday morning ive of unknown origin. The property Is six valued at $2.00 and insured. ('hemicial company No. 13. extinguished the flu flames. tio Mrs. August Viller. :324 Opelouses avenue, saw a burglar attempting to rea force entrance into her home early Sta Prlday morning, Patrolman Michael ins O'llara was sent to her home and me searched without result. tio October 9th has been named Fire et Prevention Day by Gov. Pleasant. wi wil Tom Fox. stenographer for Superin- pal tendent Karl. of the Sewerage and Water Board, is enjoying a fifteen on days' vacation. at Mike ''Shea left Saturday for Hav- rej ana where he will spend some time thE on business. pal Miss Ruth Furlong and mother were ih guest of Mrs. Strickland of Pensacola. Fla.. the past week. Mrs. Frank Duffy of Verret street. T presented her husband with a baby y last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jno l)uffy and sons o0( Don and Thomas. spent the week with th( friends in Morgan City. wo Mrs. A. H. Verret was the guest of na Mrs. Jos. Bass of Morgan City. th' use past week. Mrs. Belcher. who spent the past str mlonth with her sister. Mrs. (Dr.) as Rodrigues, is home again, much im- vec proved in health. It When the 1916.17 term of the Louis- tor iana state sunreme court opened Mon' poi day wi'lth memorial services for mem- «, bers of the bench and bar who died It during the past 121 months. lion. 'W. e J. Hennessey delivered the eulogy of in the late Thos. J. Duggan. Mrs. Philip Bayne of 1.22 Pacific av enue was injured about the head and the chest last Friday evening when two street cars on the Villere line collided at Claiborne and Lafayette ed avenues. me Miss Eola Abbott played for the folks dancing at the Beauregard Play- Ju grounds Festival Saturday. be Mr. Al Simon of Jac'.aonville, Fl. was a visitor to Mr. H. Tom Malone th last week. Miss E. Aucoin received serond prize for the exhibit of silver spangled lHamburg sent by her to the Jefferspn th Parish Fair. I. B. Rennyson. general manager of the National Farm and Live Stock Show, went before the School Board Thursday night, and requested that November 14. which is to be "Educa tional Day" at the show, be declared a holiday. Mr. Rennyson asked that the schools be closed the entire day. The board decided to grant a half holiday, and the schools will be closed at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Edin and baby Shave retutfied to Burwood. La., after being the guests of the latter's broth o er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I Stalcup. Mrs. Amella Smith returned Friday Blnight from Slidell where she spent a r week in the interest of the Woodmen I Circle. r Misses Gladys and Juanita Munster - man, Messrs. Jack Kinberger and Mil ton Schaffer spent the week-end at Buras, La., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo Munsterman. Orange Grove No. '3, W. C., will hold its regular meeting tonight. A big class will be initiated. All members are urged to be present. There will be a euchre, lotto and dance given at Gretna by the Mulber ry Camp, W. O. W., for the benefit of the new Woodmen Home in Aglers. Mis Grace Lennox has returned from a visit to Houston, Texas, and Baton Rouge, La. Mrs. Robert Anderson and baby re turned Sunday from Ablta Springs, where they were the guests of Mrs. H. J. Thompson for the past week. Mr. Robert Anderson and Mrs. RU dolph Engler spent Sunday in Abita Springs at the home of Mrs. H. J. Thompson. Loulsa Novell, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Novell, of the lower coast of Algiers, died Monday without medical aid. The coroner viewed the body and turned it over to relatives for burial. Joseph FIblse, driver of chemical No. 13, is on a 15.day vacation. Little Imelda isrgeoi who wad operated on at the Touro, for adenoids last Saturday is home doing nicely. Her many little friends are glad to see her out agan. Misses Lilan and lrlse Bets were guests of iMrs.A. J. Amuedo on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hitter of New Tbe ri were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. J. Sehroder. The first meetig' bt the MeDonogh No. 5 Parents Club, this session will be heldt on hda, Oct. Sth, at 3 p.m., at the sEholo Mr. and Mrs. os Cobra left for Stheilr home la iles, Tar. (MluLmeS 4lana. lAVAL STATION OTES Pl i'irvt BIHt To I~k Built. Arrangements are being made at the Station for the construction of bar a sixty foot motor boat for the quar- moi antine authorities. It is estimated i)o that this boat will cost about twenty- the five thousand dollars and will take yes six montlts to complete. off The I'. S. S. Machias was undocked whi Monday and will tie up at the Sta- he tion wharf to complete her repairs. wat Admiral Harris, Chief of the Bu- ed reau of Yards and Docks, visited the his Station Monday for the purpose of me inspecting relative to the improve- ('Ia ntents contemplated in the segrega- sea tion of the different machine shops. J etc. The Admiral was much pleased liat with the conditions as found and ed will probably recommend the major tail part of the improvements. par The Army Dredge Sabine. usually wh on duty at Sabine Pass, has arrived at the Station for docking and minor repairs. This vessel will not be at ne the Station for very long as the re pairs to be undertaken can be fin- of ished in a short time. wa Ca" TO BUILD U. S. BOAT AT NAVAL Jat STATION H R A vessel to cost approximately $25.- Sta 400 will be constructed for the use of on the public health service. and the Boi work will be done at the New Orleans Br( naval station. The vessel will be Fit used for boarding purposes. Pa While the boat is small, its con- Jot struction at New Orleans is regarded I as important, since it will be the first ert vessel to be constructed at that yard. Sol It is believed by many nasal construc- IIe tors that New Orleans is the logical Ilu point for building small naval and oth- E. er vessels needed by the government. Wi It is regarded as probable that consid erable work of this class will be done NE in New Orleans in the near future. ON DISPLAY AT BODENGER'S fre Some of the teachers of the New Or leans Art Studio which is to be locat- be ed in Algiers have made arrange. ments to display some of their wares thi and art in the show windows of Mr. Jules Bodenger on l)elaronde street, to beginning with ThursdA-y morning. Miss Irene Brooks, who has charge of the class of basketry, will display her lai wares there and Miss MlcNorton, who wi will teach water colors and drawing. will also have some of her specimens in there for examination. Those inter ested in this kind of work will no doubt find a great deal of interest M there. fri wi RG ~ th You Can Save Money Here on A High Class Dentistry Al Put your teeth in perfect condition. at The winter months are rush months for dentists. If you wait until then to have your tooth troubles attended to, you may p1 te compelled to make appointments far in advance, accept short sittings, and C make many more trips than would be nec essary now. Hlave your dental needs attended to right naow-toda)--before the ed RUSlt, before the cold rains set in before those terrible nerve-racking pains and aches begin. OPEN NIGHTS AND StUNDAYS OURI PNICE Fhe Never-Fall Plate, A guarsateed to it, from ......... 2-k. Gold Crown and Bridge Work (per tooti) from SY 3est Gold Filtage, bet material, from ... p Alley or Silver Fillia, 50c o best workmanship, from Extracting Painlems, tc Free whea we make plate .... Gold Inlays and GC.old Fillings....... .00 p) We mnake plates from . .$4.00 uIp We do not Employ Cheap, Unregistered C fsed Unilceased esa-We are Exaperts. el Orleans Dental Co. F 918 CANAL STREET. h Immediately next to Odenwald & Gros. new store-directly opposite Kress' Store. A Wo'vo Moved nnd Ar a Rndy for Buslnum 1. Qou. iNE W- STORE S933 Canal St. . Anudubon Building ' Where We Will e Pleseed to Oreet AN Our PtekndO aed Patrees SJP, Simmons SPianoCo,Inc. PiAes PLATYiS TALMNUe UasSUm PRESENTED WATCH BY MARINERS C'aptaln A.nderson of the Swedish bark Tana. was surprised Sunday morning when the tug Samson of the Dock Hoard and fifty mariners t'romi the local port steamed alongside his vessel and tied up. The captain was off deck when the party arrived, and when he reached the forward deck he asked what was the trouble. He was told he was going to be present, ed with a gold watch and chain for his heroic work when he saved six members of the steamship Admiral ('lark. hich was sunk in the Caribbean sea during the hurricane of August 16. Jael Firch. second mate, and Wil liam Rambey, steward, were present ed with silver pocket knives. Cap tain Anderson thanked those in the party and took them to the cabin, where refreshments were served. The gifts were purchased through popular subscription among the mar iners of the city. Harry L. Macpherson was chairman of the arrangement committee and was assisted by the following: John Walker. J. A. Taylor. M. J. Welsh. Captain Dave Connor. Ed. Killian. James Talbot and R. MsKinney. Mr. Wren and Cecil Bean of the United States local Inspectors' office, served on the reception committee with Ed Botner. T. Hayes. J. L. Covert. J. J. Brown. Captain Charles Daniels. John Fitzpatrick. Frances Richardson, Geo. Parry, I. W. Meyer, Ralph Nolan. John Laskey, Dave Rouland, M. M. Levy. George Pilarski, Thomas Rob erts. Ed McNair. Henry D. Stearns. Ed Soler, J. J. Howard, Captain William Hieuer, John Rigg. A. D)elcazel. George Hull, J. Solaris. W. P. Lawrence. A. E. Wilson. L. A. Hartiens and William Wishart. NEW FLOWER SHOP IS A THING OF BEAUTY One of the prettiest and most re freshing spots on Canal street Satur day morning was the new flower shop opened by Frank .T. Reyes. in the Gum bel building, at ,537 Canal street. The rare and abundant beauty of the artistically displayed stock of fresh flowers and shrubbery seemed to reflect the splendor of the newly ropened sto.e of natur'al beauties. With the interior of the floral fairy land a mass of gorgeous color and with graceful palms lining the side walk, the scene presented was most inviting, and many passers-by accept ad invitation of the glowing flowers. Spe4al invitations were sent out by Mr. Re.es to all of his business friends, who responded unanimously with floral tokens of best wishes, and written messages of congratulation. Visitors crowded the new branch throughout the day. PARADE IN HONOR OF JNO W. AIKMAN Saturday night was "Aikman Night" and hundreds of friends of John W. Aikman honored him with a parade and reception. The celebration was under the aus pices of the Fifth District Carnival Club. with Louis Zinc as grand mar shall. Other organizations represent ed were: Company H. Uniform Rank. Woodman of the World, various camps of the Woodmen of the World. Maccabees. Benevolent Knights of America. Zuzu Club. Southern Pacific Benevolent Association, Silvqr City Social and Pleasure Club. and the em ployes of Marks Isaacs. Several bands ol music were in line. Fireworks and torchlights added to the display. Ed. McClosky acted as master of ceremonies and introduced the sev eral speakers, who included Rev. Father Petit. E. W. Burgis, Tim Ailing ham, A. C. Harris and others. Mr. Aikman was presented with a dia mond studded emblem of the Fire De partment and a silver loving cup by ' Martin Behrman Tent No. 18 and with a cut glass punch bowl by the Renev olent Knights. Little Halter Bairns falter presented Mr. Aikman with a beautiful bouquet of flowers. A joint celebration of the twentieth wedditg anniversary of Mr. Aikman and his wife and the sixteenth birth day anniversary of his daughter, Eloise, marked the occasion, as well as Mhe celebration of Mr. Aikman's victory in the recent popularity con test of the firemen's festival, when he won a gold watch and chain. Moving pictures, dancing, music and other pastimes were enjoyed sad there was an abundance of refresh meats. QUALITY FIRST FALL sSEDs sEND FOR READY PRICE LMT Omams. Uaads, The clars Collard Cab. n-esmon Alfalfa. base. spin . id and 5ars grgh agae.. AbnrW.l $7, . o We~.lali5a m.mOmiae. 3ged oI r 12p e a d Vegatable Seeds hor 50: . siuwu ca, Cs, I n. ew Immma.I When you think of olive oil, think of tlian hBeamir Oi, im ported by V. S. Dsatoal, 620 Hos pital St. 10-os. bowes, 8Oc; 32 os. (qt.) t1ms, Ofe; 128-os. (gal anm 83.50. Good Style and Wearing Qualities Are Built Into Holmes Men's Suits The three important point.s about imen t' its are: The style of the cut. the qualify of the fabric and the skill of the workmanship. From an outward appearance men are able to judge of the first two points. An examination shows the ,. But it is "the part you cannot see"--the workmanship--which counts so much toward the shape-retaining and wearing qualitic. of the suit; and for which the Imain must accept the dealer's word. lMen have full assurance In buying their clothes here that time will prove the suwperior quality of the iworkmanshlp. They are the best clothes we 'an tind. i"onbining high quality fabrics. correctness of cut, and expert workmanship. They are up to the Hlolmnes standard. Prices 15.00, 18.00, 20.00 up to 35.00 NVew Styles in Autumn Hats for Men The new shapes and colors that will be worn by men who enjoy being well dressed are now in our complete assortments. We invite the inspection of critical men Soft Hate Popular colors are pearl gray, brown. blue. green and black; shapes mostly Alpine; prices ......................2.0) to 4.t) Derbies In all the new blocks. showing a tine balance between freedom and formality .... .............................2.00 to u.oo Hate for the High School Boy Hate for the Children 1.1N1, 1.50, 2.00 We have a large variety in the new shapes, showing Ai- There Is an endless variety pines and Telescopes and the in colors and shapes in Rah new colors, pearl, green, brown stone and black. Rah llats...... 30c to 2.00 D. H. Holmes Co. rPe.. New Yo.rk, LIMITED e.behd Berlin, idn and Fierence. April 2, 1812. EUPIIONA INNER-PLAYER (N. Y. Price $550) $455 Only $10 Monthly Full eighty--ight note standard scale. Equipped with the celtreratedil Inner-Player pneumatic action containing the Miinature Keyboard, which is the only device for .ucces'fully repriducng the human touch with a ipneumatically played instru trut. Contains automatic SustainingPl'edal 'aith vAlve for shutting off and turn ing on the Automatic Contn l at the option of the operator. Fake-up Spool quipped with spring flange, which in combinaton with the manually controlled trackilng devict guarantees perfect alignment ,f musc r il. Succe Pw 912-914C a CANAL Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET TennisShoes White Black Tan. High sad Low, with and without heels; also Baby doll style. All sies sad grades from 49 UP All of our customers will tell you we save them money. Why not you be our customer. ONYX LINE OP HOSIERY. REHECKY SHOE , ,STORE s PATTERSON t VALLETTE SI TREETS. ON 'DISPLAY Our Show Window has on display now the Loving Cup, Medals and other Gifts to Mr. John Aikman Hair Brushes We have Just received the largest shipment of Brushes. all Quality Brushes. Genuine Bristle. Prices from 25c to $2.00 Each E RJ UPP, Druggist I Bermuda, Es &YVerret 01 JONES FARM- LITTLE PIG .AUSAGE Yesterday we received the first of the season. Per pound .............8155 Phone your order in early -:o:-- WHOLE EVAPORATED APPLES Fine for Pies. Dumplings, Bak ing or Stewing Per pound .......... ..30c Solari's "The Big (:Grery House" YOU Above All Must Be Satisfied."