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THE HERALD.
·Deot d to the Upbulldlng f the We Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly -awapepar."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
OL. XXIV NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1916. No.R25.
--No. 25.
GREATEST STORE SOUTH
Two
Deliveries
Every Day
Over-the-River
same prompt service to our patrons
Over-the-River that any section of
New Orleans gets.
RSONALS
AP OTHERWISE
St and Clara Mahoney
thir card club on Friday
hpgn present were Misses
tberr, Mandona Thayer,
gau Sara Leonhard. Ines
Uib Parish, Edith and
, Messrs. Harold
Crane, Eaton Cook,
Crles Muller, Phil
S a.Ilan and George
's Church. McDon
'ay. R ev. Father Th.
'l tened the twin chil
ad Mrs. Joseph Schurb.
Marles William Paul
a the boy, with Mise
l d W1imaum W.
while Mae Elisa
easae given the girl,
were Miss Mae Stras
Schiub.
Night Euchre Club
last week by Miss
The scesstul players
ae ker, Miss Clairtsa
ril Hs. E. J. Mothe. The
o A cdub will be held
eMrs. ieo. Corbett.
l am ch luren sad
SJi. have returned to
1M ta a la Hache, La.
Ir is the guest of
i s. R. C. Favrot, of
or 1021 Pacific Ave
husband with a
Wek.
K1aghts and Ladies
No. 30, will pave
t the Avenue Theatre,
arrtais will rise at
fsere will be reetta
Oagel vocal solos
Wfl. Deer, Miss
and Mrs. G.
Nofsior will be
Hardy is chair
of arrange
, of 448 Ps
gelsving congratu
dIal of a fine little
at Plnaqusmtne,
 a lister, Mrs.
spent Sunday at
of olive oil,
Sp a.t, OiU im
520 Boe
satpes, Oc; 2s
We; 1s8-es. (gal
IT IS
so mdeat Fr.
"Wh people.
p emn to and
ab derived in
are selling
sad cater
S.ma
Miss Irma Daniels leaves Sunday
for her home in Seashore Camp
Grounds, Miss., after spending six
weeks here with her sister. Mrs. W.
L. Barbour.
Mr. Ben Borne left Monday for La
fayette, La.
J The many friends of Mrs. Breaux,
of Slidell Avenue, will be pleased to
know that she is improving after un
mey dergoing a successful operation at
Lay Hotel Dieu.
"e Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ehlers were
e~r, visitors to Chatawa. Miss., Sunday.
sez Mr. A H Verrett returned last week
nd from Washington, D C.
Ild Mrs. Jas. Garland was operated on
ok, last week. at Hotel Dieu. Her many
hil friends wish her a speedy recovery.
'-e Mrs. Chas. E. Dickey entertained
the N. and T. Club Monday afternoon
on- at her home in Verret Street.
nh. Mrs. C.- L. Stumpf and daughter,
Mil Miss Verona, went to New Iberia
rb. Saturday, intending to return Mon
iul day, but were detained, owing to the
Isw illness of Mr. Geo. W. McDuff, who
W. is suffering with an attack of malarial
za- fever.
Irl, The many friends of George Le 4
as court will be pleased to learn that he
is again at home, after undergoing an
Itb operation for appendicitis at Hotel
is. Dieu.
ors Mrs. U. J. Lewis is spending the
ria week at Pointe a la Hache, La
be Mr. ,Luke Gillen and Victor Zata
ald rain were week end visitors to Bay
Adams.
ad Captala Ired ®tockseth, of Empnre,
to La., was here this month to attend
A. the funeral of his son, the late John
of Stockleth.
of Mrs. F. Weber has returned from
Marshall, Tex., and is here with her
re- daughter, Mrs. F. J. Borne, Jr.
a Mrs. McMahon and little daughter,
of Marshall, Tex., are spendaig two
les weeks with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borne,
ye Jr.
re, Among the officers installed Friday
at night by Bienville General Assembly,
ta- Fourth Degree,, Knights of Columbus,
los were Louis W. Peterson, F. N., and
ss Rev. A. J. Petit, P. F.
G. Mr. H. H. Gib.on was one of the
be leaders at the Methedist Sunday
ir. School nstitute held last week at
le Rayne Memorial Church.
Al K. Goebel left last week for
'a- North luisiana on a business trip.
to The Ladies' Afternoon Euchre Club
tle met last Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Q. Bourgeois. The successful
me, players were Mrs. A. Diket, Mrs. T.
rs. U. Buehhols and Mrs. E. J. Mothe.
The comeolatleo fell to the lot of Mrs.
at U. J. Lewis. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the home of Mrs.
T. U. Buchholz.
Mr. Anton Graf is vice president of
, the company that will ptilish the
S"Labor Advocate," devoted to the in
terest of organized labor.
The Oncea-Month Club was enter
tained by Miss L Krogh last week.
The successful players were Mrs. F.
Goebel, Mrs P. Caflero, Miss L. Krogh
!land Miss Galennie. Mrs. C. Gerretts
r6ceived the conalMtion. The next
meeting will be hdb t the home of
Mrs. P. Goebel.
The many friends of Mrs. Auton
Grat will regret to eha that she has
been quite ill at her heam in Seguin
street.
The Friday Night Euchre Club met
at the home of Mrs. C. De Laup last
week. The successful players were
Mrs. 3. Gerrett, Mrs. D. Murtagh,
Mrs. 1W. Sadler and Miss M. Neefe.
Mrs Graf reeived the consolation.
The next meeting will be held at the
home ef Mns. . Dat.
Mr. and Mtrs. C. Miller announce the
e gems t .t Misy Jn M. i ymel
to Mr. August H. Blooma, the wed
lang to take place in December.
Mr. and 41rs. A.Cssympraa have re
tdru'ed !roa fib, La
Dr. James L sttof ea lMamesI ,
Ala., was a vitsrto  1 lMem
and Anna Martsles this wes- -
Miss Orase lanes has returLm
frem. a deolihttl trip to Bates
R*Wa. L ai *PdI L .
lewgs ewas a ahet Ubts
WOODMEN OPEN
SUCCESSFUL FAIR
FINANCIAL S'I('ESS
ALSO ASS'RE I)
The seven-day W'oodmen's Fair at
Ellectric Park. Evelina and Belleville
streets, was successfully inaugurated
Monday night, when a large crowd
passed through the gates to the
grounds. on which stand several at
tractive booths furnished by New Or
leans and Algiers business concerns
and a well-stocked country store,
conducted by the members of the
committee.
A parade preceded the opening of
the fair. members of tfhe Woodmen
of the World and other organizations
participating. Companies E and H.
of the Uniform Rank, the former un
der command of Captain Wicks and
the latter of Captain Gisch. headed
the parade. Major N. J. D)uplantis
also was in the ranks. There was
no speaking, the amusement program
being carried out immediately upon
the arrival of the marchers at the
grounds. A song by Wmin. Donner,
moving pictures and dancing were
enjoyed.
The program Tuesday night was
devoted specially to the Woodmen,
a public initiation by Orange Camp
degree team. an address on "Wood
craft" by Lyle Saxon and a song by I
John V. Clement were the features.
Moving pictures and dancing were
also enjoyed.
Wednesday night was Elk night.
To-night will be Shriner's night; I
Friday. Knights of Columbus night;
Saturday, Fraternal nigh.t A spe
cial matinee for children is planned
for Sunday, wtih a gala closing at
night.
For the convenience of the pat
rons of the event, the committee has
had a telephone, number 467 placed
on the grounds and the public is wel
comed to use it.
POLICE CORPORAL TRANS
FERRED. I
On orders issued by Superintendent
Reynolds last week corporals of po
1p lice were transferred in five precincts.
ix While none effect our district, the (
men transfered are all well known I
here. The changes follow: Cor- I
a- porals Hadley. Third to First; Healey. I
First to Seventh; Meyers, Seventh to c
xt Tenth; Roussel, Tenth to Third;
to Bengert, Fifth to Third, and Hattier, I
' Third to Fifth.
.e NEW FOOT VIADUCT.
k The new foot viaduct crossing the y
k Southern Pacific Company, beginning
at Eliz Street. is now being erected.
" Many men are engaged in putting up
-y the steel frame work which will hold v
the structure. The viaduct will be
d approximately thirty feet high from )
' the ground. The approach on Atlan- c
tic Avefue and the steps are being a
r, constructed at right angles with the r
l viaduct. i
e UNCLAIMED LETTERS.
il Remaining at Station A. N. D., a
La., P. O., week ending Thursday, c
e Oct. 26, 1916: " b
ie Men--Charley Adams. Mr. An-t
n drews, Joe I Badeaux, J. I. Badeaux.
al Arthur Booker, A. K. Haynes, Sam n
Hock, Willie Jackson. Jurome Nurse, n
,e C. E. Palmer. Master Paul Perko, q
John Rouse, Wm. E. Sibleo, Allen i
a- Taylor. John Walkins. tl
y Women-Ellsabeth Bell, Mrs. Ro- t,
sa Boyer, Sarah Duplessis, Miss Ma- 1
e rie Francibs, Mrs. Jessie Johnson,
d Sarn Johnson. Mrs. Leafy Jones,
n Celia Richardson, Clara Thompson,
Mrs. Larange Thopson, Mrs. A. E.
n Williams,. Miss Zonsilla Zegelien. I
tr OHAILES JANVIER, P. M. C
JOS. W. -DANIELS, Supt. Sta. A. c
r,
THE ALHAMBRA DANCE. t
The boys of the Alhambra Gym
nastic Club are getting ready to issue c
Sinvitations for their dance, which will
take place at Pythian Hall Thanks
Sgiving nilght, November 30th. A sur
d prise will be in store for those who
attend the dance when they know
e that a band of ten pieces has been
Sengaged for the occasion. Punch and
Ltice cream is to be served to the guests
during the evening. The following
r committee has been appointed to have
general supervision of the affair:
b Percy Lauman, chairman; Kirby Bar
rett, Charles Roome, Al Peterson,
l Kent Christy, Roy Schroeder, Arthur
SChristy, Wallace McGulre, Richard
SNichols. Walter Ryan, John Pollock.
° Tom Connors. Charles Corbett. Walter
e Harvey, Wallace Hebert and Gee. C.
L Kraft.
.. Y ou Do.V
r Tea*m sE
Treat /es Pest
11 Rm e qat a ISA t
T RIEAT gou fatet Iko
• member of tle
family. Don't point
good enough for another
month or two." Mana folls
, ,teat * an'b P oot
wear itche- his l1tollL
gleoae Don't to asandsep
R UTL "four prft 9lker
HOPE TO PRESERVE
I ALGIERS COMPANY
. communication has been ad
dressed to the creditors of the Algiers
I )istillinz ('ompanv proposing a plan
to rehabilitate the company. which is
unde provisional seizure and in bank
ruptcy proceedings. The statement
asserts that if the court proceedings
are prosecuted the result will be a
total loss to stockholders and credi
tors. with a few exceptions.
lie plan is an agreement that cred
itors will accept in liquidation of ac
counts the company's full-paid, non
assessable 6 per cent cumulative, non
voting capital stock, which is to be
derived from a second issue of pre
ferred stock. The company is to re- I
serve the privilege of retiring the
stock at $110 per share after a period
of three years. The par value is to
be $100. The settlement of claims is
to be in full on the basis of par value
of stock. The agreement is not to be
t binding until 90 per cent in number
and amount of creditors have as
sented.
John R. Perez, attorney., :116 Hiber
nia building, is receiving the answers
to the proposition, and said he doesI
not think there will be any doubt of
raising $30,009 to $75,000 for operat
ing capital, immediately upon closing
the agreement with creditors in case
the plan as outlined is successfully
carried out.
FIFTEENTH WARD CLUB SENDS
LIST.
The Fifteenth Ward Democratic 1
Club made its first showing Saturday, c
when it f*warded $25 to National
Committeeman Ewing with this note: I
Dear Colonel Ewing-This is the c
first from the Fifteenth Ward Demo- r
cratic Club, but yoq An count on at
least a couple of hundred more after
we give our picnic on Nov. 5. Wish
ing you and President Wilson suc
cess, we remain,
FIFTEENTH WARD DEM. CLUB.
M. J. Rooney. President.
Names of srbecribers to the $25
sent in by Mr. Rooney follow:
F. G. ,iuft. $1; J. Costello, $1: D.
Costello, $1: Jas. Lawton. $1; P. Mc
Loughlin, $1; (has. McCloskey, $1;
Jas. Gonzaes. $1; P. Cames, $1: Chas.
Hanley, $1; G. H. Heitmeler, $1; Lu- I
clen Serpas. $1; A. St. Germain, $1; r
.I. E. Thorning, $1; Chas. Ketchum. C
$1; W. P. Sweeney. $2; A. McCord. C
$2; Pat McCloskey. $1: 'B. Econo- h
mides., $5: H. .1. Stansbury, $1. Total. it
$25. n
0
WILL CONTINUE AS CHAIRLADY. e
a
All those interested in the Child's .
Welfare Association for our district c,
will be pleased to know that Mrs.
Walter .I. Verlander, fcamerly Miss s
Katie Renecky, will icontinue ap tl
ch'irlady of the Child's Welfare As
sociation branch of this side of the
rtved. Mrs. Verlander has given
much time, thought and work to this
meritorious organization, and the
good she ahs done here will be re
membered by many of the mothers
who could not afford to give their
children the treatments which were
brought about through this associa- tt
tion. tl
Miss Wilson, the present district tl
nurse,, is doing some fine work here a
now, and, as she gets better ac- d
quainted, her work will be extended. n
The distribution of the free milk for t(
the poor families is going on, much
to the good of those who are greatly fi,
In need of- this kind of nourishment. ti
ti
JOINS A. A. U. b
At the last meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Alhambra Gymnastic >
Club arrangements were made for the H
club to become a member of the L
Amateur Athletic Union. This puts tl
the Alhambra on the same basis with ri
all the other clubs and will give L
recognition to the members of the t(
club when they enter into different te
contests. c
TONE
A tone exquisitely pure,
perfect, rounded and crys
tal-clear--makes the
Columbian Grafonola
"The One Incomparable Musical Instrument"
And it is tone that has given Columbia
Grafonolas the place they hold. It is their
tone-unmatchable in its natural purity and
absolute.fidelity-that justifies their descrip
tion as unparalleled instruments of music.
" We are prepared to demonstrate this $85
instrument, play any record you may select,
here or at your home. Convenient terms of
payment may be arranged.
C nbia Grafonola., $1S5 to $350
Maison S1anche
* . .. lnm j vsr
MARTIN DBHRMAN TENT
NO. 11, MACCABEES
Martin BIehrnman Tent No. 1. the
.Maccabees. will hold their next re
view on Thursday. Oct. _'.l th. at which
time twelve new candidates will be
admitted.
After thie meeting a supper will be
served in the supper room at the
I'ythian Itall. The supper is gi'ven
by Supreme State Commander of
loulsiana M1. .I. IBulger in recognition
of the good work accomplished by the
members in enlarging the memnber
ship to such a number. Captain Jos.
C('aruso ;s still the live wire of this
tent. He is letting nothing undone to
bring this organization among the
first in our town. The progress of
this tent is due to him and to all
members.
On Saturday. Oct. 2sth. U. I'.
Markey, supreme commander of the
Mlaccabees. will visit New Orleans and
Martin ltehrman Ten" will turn out
its full membership. Headed by its
brass band and (rand Marshall Tim
Allingham, with his aides. Captain
Ios. Caruso and John Schroder. it will
escort the commander to the Macca
bees Hlome. Sir Knight Allingham
will make the address of welcome on
behalf of the members in Orleans
parish.
DANIELS FAVORS HALF HOLIDAY
ON SATURDAYS.
Announcement that Secretary Dan
lels approves the all-year Saturday
half holiday makes a total of seven
out of ten cabinet officers who have
agreed to the plan. In the case of
Daniels' department, if the change is
obtained by the employees, it will
mean the half holiday for those at all
naval stations and naval yards. as
well as in Washington.
MAYOR DECLINES INVITATION.
Hearing Before Farm Loan Bank Com
mission Stope Trip to
Charleston.
Because the hearing before the
Farm Loan Bank Commission will
require Mayor Behrman to be in New
Olreans he will not be able to go to
Charleston on October 31. After
having wired acceptance of the invita
iton and receiving from A. V. Snell.
managing secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce of Charleston, a letter
expressing gratification at the Mayor's
acceptance, the Mayor was forced to
send a telegram Saturday advising he
could not go to Charleston.
The Mayor also declined, for the
same reason, an invitation to attend
the fair at Leesville October 25 or 26.
CAPTAIN WALLACE H. HEBERT
DISPUTES THE ARTICLE PUB
LISHED IN LAST WEEK'S EDI
TION OF THIS PAPER.
Captain Wallace H. Hebert begs
to state to the public that he takes
this means of informing them that
the information given The Herald
and printed in this paper on Thurs
day. October 19, 1916. are erro
neous and herewith states the facts
to be as follows:
That there was no mention of
flower-pots in the conversation be
tween himself and Mr. H. L. McLean,
that Mr. McLean called Captain He
bert from his home on the evening in
question and desired to know if Cap
tain Hebert was circulating any ru
mors to the effect that he. Captain
Hebert, was going to serve Mr. Mc
Lean with a notice to vacate. On
the denial of any knowledge of this
rumor by Captain Hebert, Mr. Mc
Lean, without any warning to Cap
tain Hebert whatsoever, struck Cap
tain Hebert Just below t{he left eye,
causing the eye to become discolored.
Styles
Styles in merchandise come and go-with
changing seasons and different periods.
Approved styles are the result of much
carefulness in selecting .from the numerous
offerings of Fashion designers.
Studious attention and watchfulness is re
quired to be able to discriminate--from the
many--in making correct selections.
A part of our service to the public is to keep
a corps of trained specialists constantly study
ing the Trend of Fashion, so that intelligent
selections may be presented. Cultivated taste
as well as trained judgment is employed. The
result is, that when we put any article into our
stock, it has the Stamp of Correctness upon
it. Inasmuch as we require good quality in
every piece of merchandise, you also have the
assurance in buying here that the article is
both correct in style and worthy in material
and workmanship.
It is worth something to you to know that
the place where you shop can be wholly de
pended upon.
D. H. Holmes Co.
.w`"w y~',,..& LIMITED
Now Is the Time to Begin Your
Children's Musical Education
Music-nothing has a more refining influence or gives greater pleasure. It is an
all-wonderful power in drawing choice friends together in the ho)me or social circle.
How many, many times have you heard "Oh' if I had only learned to play!" Buy
one of our
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Pianos, Player-Pianos,
Talking Machines
All standard makes, each priced
strictly to quality, in such wide ranse
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demasad ad at the same time abso
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ties.
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TALKING MACHINE RECORDS
MUSIC ROLLS
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Audubon Building
WE AREUPTO THE MINUTE
This is why we have secured the agency
for Algiers for
HUYLER'S
Celebrated
Chocolates
and Bon Bons
We have a big stock in all sizes of packages.
3E UP8 Drugoi s
Bermu daý, a &:erret th.
GLUTEN BREAD
Several months back we
made arrangements wtih a lo
cal baker to make bread of our
Crisco Flour at bc a loaf. We
now have a nice demand.
For those who must confine
their diet to pure gluten pro
ducts we have a bread made
by Mrs. King from a 40% Glu
ten Flour. per loaf SIfc.
Also 40% Gluten Noodles at.
per pkg. ...........80e
Have you seen the very
pretty assortment of Hallow
een novelties and imported
candy favors now on display
in our candy deaprtment?
Solari's
TOE MD GROTCIE IOSE
YOU
ABOVE ALL
mast be aduised!

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