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XxVt1" NeW ORLeANS LOUI.mANA, THURSDAY. JULY 24. 1919. No. I .
of Miss Marguerite
f Algiers, to Mr. Walter
4fNew Orleans, will take
- uptial Mass, at the
ye Holy Name of Mary,
July 30th, at 7:30 a.
this medium only, the
Third Order of Mary,
friends are invited to
itdelicato announces the
. her daughter, Antonia,
C. Crawford, the wed
.plaee at the Church of
of Mary, on Monday,
:=0 a. m.
gilder and sons left
Alabama to spend the
'Mrs. Gilder's mother.
Teasey and little daugh
saturday from a two
-t Chatawa, Miss.
Portland returned Sat
atawa, wherb she was
H. A. Cogan and
a, returned Tuesday
- month's trip through
Virginia, and Wash
ea a visit to relatives.
Garland has re
e short trip to Glynn,
Itaan of Eliza street,
orme spent the week
street, the guest
Mrs. C. Phelan.
of Eliza street, left
8lwsaukee, Wis., to vis
iateor Zatarain, who is
Pontl leaves shortly
Myrtle Cleutat, the
of Mrs. John J.
street and Miss
daughter of Mrs.
en stree, received
ties in the first of
l ib picture contests.
J. U. Meloncon were
Rouge last week,
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mc
. N. Humphrey and
and Mrs. H. J.
a two week's stay
of Elmira Avenue
A4reandria, to spend
and children of El
visitors to Frank
I players were
Mrs. U. J. Lewis
). Miss Salome
will be at the home
Club gave a
, with music by a
Dmecing and other
rovided. The fol
-was in charge: A.
bgie, E. Burns, J.
and sons will
1. J. Thompson
aghr New York,
it relatives for
wUr will go to
'IY, where they
of the sum
. A. C. Thomp
eklysn Cross, on
8, OGlltn nd ehil
1ubn Olli, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs.
Lux, Jr., spent
the guests of
5., Mrs. 8. Ill
will leave Sat
left for Mobile,
to viait San
Lt. Louis, where
With Mrs. Price.
other, Mrs. J.
4d little Doris,
in l Missisppi
r tawa, the
Mrs. W. Hupperich and little son
have returned from Meridian, Miss.,
where they spent several months.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Tom Malone and
family have taken Possession of
their new home in Panola street,
which they purchased recently.
Their many friends here regret to
see them leave our district.
Sanford Hebert has returned from
a three weeks stay in Los Angeles,
Cal., where his mother and little sis
ter are visiting his brother there.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Powell of West
Virginia, are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Louis G. Webert and chil
dren are spending their vacation in
Abita Springs, La.
Mrs. Fred Falk, (formerly Miss
Collette Braem) left Sunday night
for Cincinnati, to meet Mr. Falk,
who has been in the service and has
now returned to the states. Mr.
and Mrs. Falk will visit New York,
Buffalo. and parts of Canada and
will then return to tnelr home, No.
3 Bowers, Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Myles Morrison and
little son and Miss Alita Scherer,
have returned from a few weeks stay
in Long Beach, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lilly and
baby, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heitkamp
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Plaiswirth and
children are spending two weeks at
Miss Cleora Keenan, Miss Eliza
beth McDonald and Miss Mamie
Koch are spending a week in Chata
Miss Agnes E. Baer left Saturday
for Colorado Springs, and Denver,
stopping at St. Louis on the way.
On her return trip, Miss Baer will
stop at Omaha, and Chicago.
Miss Mary Cognovich, of Nairn, La..
is spending a while with Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Treadaway
and family are spending a while in
Miss Camille Nelson spent the
week-end in Biloxi, the guest of Mrs.
Miss Minerva Bennerfield is spend
ing a while with Mrs. John Heindel.
Mrs. Jos. Skelly and ohildren left
Wednesday morning for Milneburg,
where they will spend a week.
Miss Katie Schabel left Wednes
day for Bay St. Louis.
Mrs.. Alvin Oswald will entertain
the Ladies Aid Society of the Mc
Donoghville M. E. Church, inform
ally, Friday evening, July 25, at 8
o'clock at her home, 424 Eliza street,
Master John T. Curran is spend
ing his vacation with his sister, Mrs.
D. J. Young at Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. Chas. Hurburt and son, Ed.,
of Memphis, Tenn., motored down
here last week, and were the gpests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mothe.
Miss Emelda Cunningham, left last
Thursday for Lafayette, La., to spend
the remainder of the summer with
The Matrons Club met at the home
of Mrs. B. Nelson. The successful
players were Mrs. C. V. Frisch, Mrs.
McKinley Vezien and Mrs. J. Ger
rets. Mr. R. J. Williams received
the consolation. The next meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. W. La
Mr. Francis Lecourt of Morgansa,
La., is the guest of Miss Marie Tir
Mrs. C. P. Dunbar and son, Alonso,
of Opelousas, La., who have been
visiting Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and
family, left for Bogalusa, where they
will spend a while before returning
Mrs. J. R. Allen and grandchil
dren, Merlin Rants, Yvonne Salathe,
Gerald Rants and Allen Vinet, are
spending a while at Bay St. Louis.
Mrs. M. Morrissey is spending a
week at Allen Cottage in Bay St.
Mr. John Burgan returned from
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strasser havie re
turned from Bolivar, La., where they
went to attend the Strasser-Arnada
Miss Hasel Olepert left Saturday
for Galveston and Houston, Texau,
to be gone two weeks.
Master Douglas J. Curran and
Miss Emily Carran have gone to vli
it their sister, Mrs. D. H. McCloskey
in Galveston, Texas.
Mrs. C. OQ Green and daughter,
Florence. left Saturday for Galves
ton, Texas, to spend a short while.
Mrs. J.' L. Cunnlngham, Jr., and
daughter, Mildred, left Wednesday
for Lafayette, to spend the remain
der of the summer, the guests of
Mr. J. L Canningham, Sr.
Mrs. Entwistle and child'e and
rs. Sidaey Cafriero and baby have
eturned from Milnebursg, where
they speat sometime with Mrs. J. A.
arland and family.
The Royal Order Pleasure Club
gave a most delighttful dance Tues
ay evening at the Knights of Col
Mrs. G. A. Sandhorn and little
daughter, Estelle, returned after a
eelks' visit at the home of Mr.
rice in Bay St. Loals.
Miss Mable Allen leaves Saturday
for a two weeks stay at Bay St,
Master B. Cummlangs is spead
ing a week in Bay St. Louis, the
gmet at her ant, Mrs. . L. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Bnrga and dauQth
ter, Lillia, spent a pleasant day at
Mlilnebarg, the guest o" Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. ia ar Alle speat
a week at Mllaebur.
Ms Orlens Aflem sad 3. Decese-O
spet Sanday at Bay St. Louis.
Master Lamm Saabr) , sad Mt
Thelma aborl are spendig a
while at their gadmether's, Mrs.
. Arnelle at BDy Adsas.
Dwight aMlathe dt Iarry a
sort uspa Suna1y in aay St. Louis.
thwr vlters te. ay St. Luis S
ay, were, Mr. and Mrs. Aln -
mart and MIss CarMelite tesart.
f - At the Town Pump U
BAIL, HAIL, IE i, 6'S AL (RE
BEHRMAN AUDS IElW
ORLEANS OH AUTO
Mayor Behrman, during his run to
Winnepeg, in the interest of good
roads, did not overlook and oppor
tunities to boost the convention of
the Associated Advertising Clubs of
the World, to be held here the latter
part of September.
In a telegram, addressed to Fred
Hamlin, executive secretary of the
Ad Club convention, Mayor Behrman
"I have addressed large delegations
at Kansas City, St. Joseph, Des
Moines, Mason City, St. Paul and
Minneapolis in the interest of our
convention, and, from the enthus
iasm manifested by those present, I
am confident all clubs will send large
Under a double-column head, the
fallowing interview appears in the
Des Moines Register of July 14:
Boosting New Orleans.
"Martin Behrman, Mayor of New
Orleans, for fifteen years, self-made
man, tirmerly prominent merchant,
took a whirl at boosting New Orleans
in the city in the interest of the
Jefferson Highway and better trade
relations between the states of the
"I believe in the city advertising
as well as business advertising, but
it must be truthful. When I ad
vertised that New Orleans had 25
steamship lines the Ad Men's Club
sent a man to investigate. We had
the lines and we got the advertising,.
Mayor Behrman said.
"New Orleans owns her own docks,
elevators and terminal facilities. On
these we\pay no taxes and we de
clare no dividends. All we get is
cost of operation.' We can put Mis
sissippi Valley goods into the world
markets cheaper than the eastern
cities. When manufacturers and
shippers of the valley realise this the
trade will follow the natural route."
"Mayor Behrman believes that the
Mississippi river will become a great
artery of commerce through which
Iowa manufactured goods and farm
products will reach the markets of
'With the improvement of the Mis
sissippi river the combination freight
and export will materially . reduce
the freight charges pn foreign as
well as domestic shipments. -
"Preight rates have been discri
minatory. We could ship our sugar
and cotton goods to New York cheap
er than to Oklahoma. We have
fought for equalizsation before the
Railroad Administration and we have
secured adjustment of rates. We
have barges running now to St.
Louis and in a whort time I think
they will come on up to the Iowa
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Schurb (formerly Miss Beatrice
Belcher) sympathise with them in the
loss of their infant son.
Alvin and Norbert Donner are now
spending their vacation in Morgan
The many friends of Mrs. J. G.
Feeney regret to learn that she has
been ill in her home in Seguin Street.
Lieutenant M. E. Donner and Mr.
Mervin Umbach have returned after
spending a pleasant vacation at Long
Mrs. J. H. Hield spent Sunday in
Mississippi City, where her little
dagShter, Nor Lee Keld has been
spemding awhile. Mrs. Hi14 and Nora
Lee have returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Louids Sierra and daubs
ter, Lomts sad Mltt Malolm Doeer
are tourang the pritps cities of the
Mr. and Mrs. Mrtagh al chldre
and Mrs. uth and familyu motored
to Pete*·-bl·mac samnary.
Among the WepS end gamat* at the
O arn Hetade, Ies , la.. were
whosd ,L'.a es and d ngese~e asse
!as! r d
On Wednesday, July 23rd, Mr. J.
Albert Guillot celebrated the com
pletion of twenty-five years of busi
ness life with the firm of John
Kleinkemper Co., Ltd., retail grocers
Starting as a mere school boy he
has occupied successfully the posi
tions of clerk, manager and is now
% ice-President and General Manager
of the business. In a few weeks
Mr. Guillot will take over the entire
management of the business, suc
ceeding the present firm.
Twenty-five years of experience
in the retail business has made Mr.
Gulllot a splendid judge of charac
ter and his genial disposition has
won for him a large circle of friends
MR. ALBERT GUILUOT.
The New Proprietor of The Jobhn KleLkemper Co.
who consider him a ihining type of
the young, capable trustworthy mer
chant who can be relied upon to up
hold the ideals of the business world.
• Algiers is proud to claim Mr. Gull
lot as one of her sons. During his
whole life he has always worked for
the promotion of everything that ad
ded to the upbuilding of this town,
and his eaxmple as an energetic hon
est young business man is one that
will be held up for generations to
the young men of the community.
His interesting family consists of
his wife, who was Miss Margaret
McWilliams, and two beautiful
daughters, Adele aged ten years, and
Gerardine, not yet one year old.
The Herald joins in congratulat
ing Mr. Guillot upon the completion
of 25 years in his chosen secupation
and extends to him its heartiest
wishes for success in his work sad
a long life of prosperity sad happi
AUTO SPRING BREAKS.
Both front springs of Mayor Behr
man's automobile were broken Sun
day as the Jefferson Highway tour
ing party was approaching Ds
Moines, I., aeceording to a letter
from Edward Brodtman, the mayor's
assistant secretary, to Secretary
John P. Coleman. The mayor con
tined in another car until his was
repaired and rejoined the tourists.
The letter from Mr. Brodtman was
written from Muasm City, IU. He
said Teams is the ontl state the party
has p-aed through that en- boast
of good roads.
A~SIATBY O 0IRTH.
On Wedasday, July 16, Mr. and
Mrs. . B. Cross and Miss Lals May
Cress teta las digtay at
tdeir barn is Camette a ush eed
a us u r ,e .as aue reuet
A IHW SASH ACITOlY
Located In the Old Kennedy Prop
erty, Atlantic and Pelican
The Algiers Sash. Door and Blind
Manufacturing Company, Inc., has
just filed its articles of incorporation
and have already begun operations
at their establishment at the corner
of Atlantic and Pelican Avenues. Mr.
Charles J. Cieutat, who for many
years was connected with the Algiers
Manufacturing Company, is the presi
dent of the new concern. He has
associated with him, his brother, Mr.
John B. Cieutat, who will be vice
president of the concern, and two
sons of Mr. Charles J. Cieuata
namely; Charles T. and Jonn J., are
also officers of the company, being
secretary and treasurer, respectively.
The big building at the corner of
Pelican and Pacific Avenues is being
remodelley both downstairs and up
stairs, and already more than four
teen pieces of machinery have been
installed and are being operated elec
trically. The old Algiers Manufac
turing Company was quite a success
on this side of the river, and it stop
ped operations on account of the fire
which destroyed it a few years ago.
Mr. Cieutat has beeq looking around
for the past few years for a suitable
location before again starting a fac
tory of this kind.
The Cientats' are well known in
our community and they have the
confidence of the building fraternl
ties throughout the city.
The company is organised with a
capital stock of $10,000.00.
DANGEIUS)B CAVB IN LEVBE.
A dangerous eave is oceurring in
the levee at the head of Olivier
street where the bulkhead went into
the river two years ago. The condi
tion of the earth here and the eir
suatr crack radiating out for a dis
tone of from thirty or forty feet
from a central point, looking very
mueh Hlke a spider web shows e
actly the point where the anderwash
tags taking plases This has al
ways been the weakest point _-
our levee and has always bees watch
et a v ary sieeV or the Leeme
rsen - . We te.pleve that
WORK ON AIAGIERS NAVY YARD
Work on the construction and en
largement of buildings at the navy
yard in Algiers, for which purpose
approximately $534,000 was ap
,proximated recently by the govern
ment, will commence in about sixty
days, officials of the navy yard's in
I dustrial department stated.
Two of the largest projects are
the central power plant, estimated
to cost $280,000. and the extension
of the coaling wharf plant, which will
entail an expenditure of $100)1.(0I.
Preliminary plans for these build
ing. have been completed and offi
cials in charge of the work are await
ing instructions from Washington to
go ahead with the construction. The
money appropriated became avail
able on July 7.
Despite the ending of the war arl
consequent loss of emergency work,
the yard still presents a busy appear
ance, During the last two years
buildings have been constructed in
great numbers, and the navy yard
has been transformed from a place
of inactivitity to a center of indus
A new joiner shop, equipped with
the latest and best in modern ma
chinery, and two immense buildings
of frame construction to be used as
storehouses, have just been com
pleted. Other buildings now near
ing completion include a brick
structure to be used as a paint shop
and another storehouse building.
MAYOR BEHRMAN EXPE(TED
HOME THIS WEEK.
Mayor Martin Behrman, in the
city's 'big Packard car, heading the
Jefferson Highway party, reached
his journey's end at 7 o'clock Mon
day evening and was enthusiastical
ly received by a large gathering of
the population of this city.
July 20 was the day set for the
completion of the trip, so that, not
withstanding the day and a half lost
by reason of the wretched condition
of some of the roads in South Louis
iana, the schedule was practically
Mayor Speaks in French.
There is a large French population
in all the cities and towns between
the Canadian border and Winnipeg
and, having learned of his fluency in
French, the Canadian officials ask
ed the mayor to speak to the people
in their native tongue. He did so
at many points and was enthusias
Seeing Winnepeg Sights.
After the formal ceremonies the
mayor and party were taken to the
Fort Garry hotel. They spent today
in visiting points of interest in Win
"The whole trip was a splendid
success," said the mayor. "We were
cordially received wherever we
stopped and New Orleans got a great
deal of fine advertising out of the
trip. Personally I am in fine shape
physically and I am very glad, in
deed, that I made the trip."
According to Commissioner Ricks.
who has been acting mayor during
the city executive's absence, Mayor
Behrman is expected back in New
Orleans Saturday or Sunday.
LOWER COAST ROAD BEING
The lower coast road, extending
from the Naval Station to the Stan
ton plantation will be in excellent
shape again within a short time.
SWorkmen are now engaged in re
surfacing the entire stretch of six
miles. This road is one of the most
modern in the outlying sections of
the city but because of war condi
tions, it, along with all kinds of roads
throughout the country, suffered
from lack of attention for some
On last Sunday afternoon, the Ilt
tle son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taple,
of Powder street, was baptized at
the Church of the Holy Name of
Mary, and received the name of Ed
gar Henry. The sponsors were Mrs.
John Heindel and Mr. Edgar Ber
A reception was held, following
the baptismal service at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Helndel. Music
and dancing were had and refresh
ments were served. Those present
were, Misses May Conovich, of Naira,
La., Thelma Howard of the city, Mi
nervia Bennerfield, Gladys Butcher,
and little Stranus Berthant, Mr. and
SMrs. Hy Taple and family, Mrs
Lauman and family, Mr. and Mrs.
E.,Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs.
SJohn Heindel, Messrs. Ignatius
Tranth, ernon Reaney, Harold
SBrown, Gus Krokh, Vincent Reaney,
Alton Euper, Charles Hanley, Alfred
I Gould, George Banker, George Heln
Sdel, August Berll, Hughes, E. Ber
thaut and others.
SYOUTH OP MANY ALIABE.
Octave Stone, alias Ed dtone, alias
SEdward Beetle, alas- Earl Beetle,
alias Jean Thomas, 21 years old, was
charged Tharsday in an affidavit
sworn to before Jastice of the Peace
Tranth, at Oretna, with the larceny
of a diamond ring valued at $300
from the home of Mrs. Leona Stew
art, in McDonoghville. The theft is
alleged to have occurred Wednesday
I eveniang, when Mrs. Stewart allowed
SStone to pass through the house
I when he asked for something to eat.
-He took the ring from a dresser, It
Is alleged, and endeavored to hide
It in his mouth. The theft was die
seovered and 8tone was rorced to re
Sturn the ring, it is claimed, and
- fled. He was later captured near
*the Naval Station by Patrolman B.
SStone was eharged before Record
- or Got in Algiers with behlng da
i geares sad -le ~ad was Ceo
I .aedh hr that mac.ints to awaM
ti 1 m m O4 m mshi 3Id
ALGIERS MAY HAVE FIVE
NEW LO('AL BANK MAY
Well, Well. \VWell! Three banks for
Algiers already, the possibility of
the Marine tBank, establishing a
branch and prospects for the fortma
tion of a local bank by lo
cal people and local capital, is the
present banking situation on the
T'he ailnoutncemlent camell Thurs
tiday mornlilng ill th le Herald, in an
,udtw rtismeno tt of tlhe Ilibernia Bank
,lid "Truit Company that they would
t.stabli.sh their branch banik at the
corner of Verret atndi Alix street
just as soon as the building could
be pdt in shape for the purpose. The
anllnouncementllt carried with it the
ifact that MIr. Charles A. Henricks.
our present senator-elect, in the
Legislature will be the manager of
the bank and Mr. James H. Kepper
will be supervisor of the institution,
and Mr. W. J. Judge, formerly em
ployed with the Commercial Trust
and Savings Batik, will also be one
of the attaches of the institution.
All these young men are well known
in our district, which will give the
branch bank a great advantage.
It was also rumored some time ago
that the Marine Bank and Trust
Company would establish a branch
in Algiers. In a conversation a few
days ago with Mr. M. L. Pool, the
president of that institution, Mr.
Pool stated that the Marine Bank
may establish a branch on our side
of the river. The matter had not
been thoroughly decided upon, but
announcement would be made short
ly regarding the matter.
What might be a big surprise to
all the banks is the fact that some
of our very promineht citizens are
considering very seriously the estab
lishment of a local bank, the stock
of which will be owned by local peo
ple and to be a bank, not the branch
of any other institution in the city.
It was pointed out that a strictly
local bank was at one time a very
great success, so much of a success
that the Interstate Bank and Trust
Company bought out the institution.
lot, stock and barrel, and made it
a part of the Interstate Bank.
The local bank was a big success
as was shown by the fact that the
stock brought a big profit when it
was taken over by the other insti
The Herald has been asked at the
last moment to withhold the names
of those who are interested in the
organization of a strictly local bank
until further notice, but it would
not take very much guessing to find
out just who are at the head of this
The establishment of these banks
or the talk of the establishment of
these different banks is one of the
biggest advertisements for our com
YOUNG WOMAN IS STRUCK BY
Struck by a skidding taxicab as
she was crossing Canal street in
front of the L. & N. depot at 8 a. m.
Saturday, Miss Hilda Barichivich, 23,
153 Delaronde street, employed as a
clerk by the Albert Mackie Grocery
company, was thrown to the pave
ment and severely bruaised. John
Hickey, 2021 Painter street, driver
of the car, took the young woman to
Charity hospital and later to her
home. Police learned from witness
es that the taxi was not speeding
at the time of the accident and that
the chauffeur lost control when
the wheels slipped on the wet pave
ALGIERS NAVAL STATION NEEDS
ship draughtsmen, marine, engine
and boiler draughtsmen, grades A,
B, and C, and copyist draughtsmen,
first and second class, are needed
badly at the United States Naval
Station at Algiers, it was announced
Saturday by Thomas Shaw, recorder
of the labor board.
Mr. Shaw announced applications
must be filed out and filed in the
office of the labor board at the naval
station at once. He said information
as to the scale of wages to be paid
would be furnished by his office.
K. OP C. HUT.
Algiers Naval Statio..
Still another beautiful dance took
place at this popular hall last Tues
day. The weather was cooler than
usual and hence the evening more
enjoyable than the last few times.
The dancing was as usual, high-class
and refined. The young ladies of
Algiers, who are attending these
dances, are to be complimented in
their manner of dancing. They are
really fulfilling their part of enter
taining our boys in the service, and
they are doing it in a manner that is
bringing forth much favorable com
ment. The boys have learned to
respect the young ladies and look
forward to that Tuesday night event
An athletic director has been ad
ded to the forceepf men detailed at
the K. C. Hall Bnd soon atheltle
events of all kinds will be pulled off.
A series of boxing bouts are already
being prepared. A movable plat
form will be placed In the center of
the hall, from which point the per
formers will be able to be seen from
any part of the hall.
The benefit for the organ for the
chapel was a great success. The fall
returns have not been made yet, but
is is sure that they will be meet
OUTING AT 8SPANISH POST.
A very pleasant day was spent
Sunday at Spanish Fort. Boating
and bathing were enjoyed. In the
party wear, Mimm Dora Rauso, Vel
ma lands, May Casey, Alma Qnn.
and Cledade Mchana, Mrs J. .rers.
i Mer. Albert PoU John MNewhber
uri AM s Ups 6sd owe. UmG-