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YJxxVill NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920. No. 22
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jOg'BLES AltEi) IN
R --l YEAlt OLD
4 ']lR I\ (x+' \ET
ICrN' OF IT All.
. wbit of phumas chaff tossed
, a Ierth in life's complicated
,~ three-v.er-ohl girl ran
--~t from fathr to mother
-gaiLn in the bi; courtroom
g"il District ('ourt Tuesday
1sa wondered in her baby
tit was all about.
- s little Oliv.' lionewar.
ist court in response to an
SJdge Skinnier issued in
- s proceedings filed by
g. Doewar, her father, whose
ha Judge Wilson's office in
Osurt, carrying his eighteen
son, causel a enllsalion
:_ .tb ouse building last Fri
Sprtied the litigation over
t Doeewar childrien
tfter filed a petitionl Monday
S.atody of his little girl.
Mdlmefi his wife's parents.
IMn. Charles Rainey. 3212
segt. were keeping front him.
lsner ordered the child pro
SeW"rt Tuesday at 11 a. in.
agr a learing of two hours, in
the defense established the
that the little girl was in
WOW custody and not in the
- Mr. sad Mrs. Itainey. Done
guaseysattemnpted to turn the
against his wife and re
tr little girl from her care.
"-avwars lawyers took excep
Sthis on the grounds that
set implicated in the case
jig, sad Judge Skinner ad
esurt to take tle case under
mDeswar claimed that she had
r husband after repeated
aaast her life and physical
She said he had sold
they possessed and had
t famifly to Baltimore and
BA had returned in a week,
Sstayed for the time with
, rs T. H. Rausey. Last
dl r threats from him. she
i* lift the Ramsey house at
a., slug her little girl with
-. the ensuing time at her
laimed his wife had left
- for no just reason and
is let him see his child
Ig the younger boy with
-I4sday he applied to the
for writs to prohibit
of the Juvenile Court
$he baby turned over
. It was the threat of
that caused him to
baby and rush away
Wilsou's office Friday.
asebunt of the various
came out in the tes
ead Mrs. Donewar and
Ramsey, the whole
when Donewar "re
ts wife's clothes on
,young, slender and
the testimony, with
called the little
ther's arms back to
girl still is in the
fllter, while the boy is
his father's mother.
*I- a evening, Mr. and
S. Zntwlatsle entertained
t their home in Park
i besor of their sister,.
" Ygearts" was played,
players were Miss M.
. Harry Schutte. Miss
.ld Mr. Jas. Murphy
Sse. Each received
WlVeallr. After the
was Indulged in un
tni a most enjoyable
were: Misses Ger
Finley, A. Gould, M.
St. 8. Olroyd. L.
Weiey, E. Muntz. A.
, liftte, M. Jordy. F.
- M. Garand. Messrs
*. uhutte, R. Richards,
L Schutte. H. Hum
SH. Lecourt, E.
S lpan.. Mr. and Mrs.
S J A. Garland.
Enper was ten
last week in honor
Sanniversary of liher
ere played and danc
In until a late hour.
Sa most enjoyaMe
were: H. Munts*.
, C. Oswald, E.
KM. Euper, A. Gil
,ser, W. Stenger. ,
t L. Adams, C.
F, Euper. Mrs. D.
J. P. Euper and
rAT OL ROOM.,
of the Ladies I
Iptains and lleu
ag to be held
de Odd Room.
All will pleasue
Ut. Ferry for the
FALL DISPLAY WOMEN'S
WEAR AT CRANE'S
('HARMING AND ENRAITL'RING
CREATIONS IN LAI)IEs'
That smartness of style that par
ticular women demand in their
clothes is a notable feature of the
fall showing of dresses, coat suits.
coats, wraps, waists, skirts, sweat
ers, and tailored and pattern hats at
Crane's exclusive ladies' wear shop.
now located in their new home at
1218 Canal street. Worrderfulry
pretty are these fascinating crea
tions, and the pervading spirit of
Fashion has vividly impressed itself
upon the countlessly lovely articles
of dress for Women and the younger
set which has been assembled at this
For the woman who cares to be
well dresseid she can make no illis
take in patronizing this store. At
('rane's you don't have to ask for
credit-- it is offered to you: you
wear and enjoy your purchase while
paying for same in small convenient
payments. and everything can be
purchased on the Cllub Payment Plan.
Do not be afraid that the dresses.
coats, coat suits and millinery will
he too expensive for your purse, for
all models are always moderate in
price, and you are invited to call and
judge for yourself the quality, style
and price. The showing in every
department is complete and ('rane's
announce that the present season's
showing is the finest that it has
ever been their pleasure to present.
W. FRANK IE('OURT ELE('TEID
The Senior Class of the Law De
partment of Loyola University elect
ed officers at a meeting -held on Fri
'day. October 1st. 1920. There are
twenty-two students in the class and
everyone was present for the election.
Mr. Harry E. McEnery was elect
ed president by a majority of two
votes, over the former president of
the Freshmen and Junior years. Mr.
Frank P. Kreiger. Mr. Frank Le
Court of Algiers was elected Vice
President by a majority of five
votes. - His opponent was Mr. Harry
Prevost. Miss Alice Allen, the first
Loyola Co-ed. was elected to the of
fice of Secretary by an unanimous
vote. Mr. Frank Machecca was elect
ed to the office of Treasurer and Mr.
Martin E. Krantz was elected to the
office of Historian without opposi
Much interest is 'being taken at the
present time regarding the personnel
to represent Algiers or this district
in the Constlutional Convention.
which will in all probability be held
next year. Many good names have
been suggested. In sending a dele
gate to a Constitutional Convention
that delegate should be possessed of
a great amount of knowledge of fun
damental lawn. and while it is not
necessary to send a lawyer as a rep
resentetive to the Convention, his
training in law makes him that much
more of a desireable representative.
Ex-Senator Robt. O'Connor of our
district is a capable man. He is a
successful lawyer. He knows law
and he is the kind of man that Al
giers should be proud to send to the
convention. There are several other
men in our district who would be
eliglble for this position, which re
quires intelligence, alertness, and
a good )nowledge of our civic affairs.
We believe that many of our citizens
would be glad to'support Mr. O'Con
nor for the position.
NEW NTORE FOR ALGIERi.
The Hub Department Store to Olpen
at 545 Patterson Street.
To Algiers' list of mercantile firms
is to be added a brand new depart
ment store. a store that will be rep
resentative of its name in every re
spect. Carrying a complete line of
ladies' ready-to-wear, gents' furnish
ings, dry goods, notions, etc. The
Hub Department Store ,545 Patter
son St.. will eater to the needs and
wants of the buying public, the prop
rietor's remark to the reporter be
ing. "We are here to please the pub
Mr. Gus Leopold is proprietor of
The Hub Department Store, and for
many years he has been a succesm
fui mereclant at Peters Avenue and
Magazine, his store bearing the same
name as will his Algiers baulness.
Mr. Leopold and family will make
Aldgers their home and Mr. Leopold
will be welcomed to Atlers' bausi
ness circles, and his family into the
ocelal life. The Hub is now open
for business and the proprietor in
vites the public to vdit his store.
Wiliam J. 8mith ,one of our popu
Iar reeidents, has been unanimously
elected president of Creseent City
lodge No. .7, Brotherhood of Boiler
makers and Iron Ship Builders. This
is one of the straongest organisations
of this kind in the 8oth,. being the
largest numerieally end flnanehtlly.
Mr. Smith hba always been very
popular with his eo-workers and Ms
elevetiob to this poidtion meets with
Home Coming Preparations
Passengers I'nnecce.ssrlly IncEonveni
'nfled.-I:;erry Company Shows Its
('ontempt For Algiers Public
The sudden caving of the banks at
Morgan street which destroyed the
moorings, the approaches, and the
ferry house of the Southern Improve
ment and Ferry Company was an act
of providence for which no cnte is to
1'lame. The loss to the Ferry Co..
is estilmated from $13.000 to $25.000.
and this may grow larger as the cav
ing bank may destroy further prop
erty. It was early Saturday after
noon when it was first noticed that
the banks were beginning to cave.
It was at this time that the large
piling to which the Josle was moored
suddenly went out of sight. From
this time on until the present time
there has been a continual washing
away. and the ground is continually
sinking. More than 150 feet have
already gone into the river and it is
thought by the engineers that the
street car tracks on top of the levee
will also slip into the river.
This great destruction by .Mother
Nature will necessitate the rebuild
ing of the levee and the new line of
the levee will perhaps follow a sur
vey and recommendation made some
five years ago; namely, starting at
,elican Ave., and the river and end
ing in the vicinity past the Johnson
Iron Works. This would leave on
the outside of the levee most of the.
square on which the court house is
located, much property on Delaronde
St., and Bouny St.
This levee would nave been built
four years ago, but for the activity
of several of our citizens who made
a hurried trip to Washington to stop
the building of the levee along this
line. - The present condition of the
cave, however, will necessitate build
ing the levee far enough back so as
to leave a sufficient batture.
Ferry Patrons Inconvenienced.
During Saturday and Sunday, the
Southern Improvement and Ferry
Company took advantage of this acci
dent and immediately laid up one of
the lboats and made the trips of the
one remaining boat every half hour
instead of every ten minutes. It
stands to reason that there would be
considerable less danger to operate
two boats at a regular schedule than
to operate only one boat at half hour
schedules, causing an accumulation of
a crowd that taxed the capacity of the
only remaining gangway from the
pontoon to the top of the levee. Level
minded citizens who have weighed the
situation point out that the Ferry
Company by operating the boat on
half hour schedule subjects the pass
engers to a greater hazard than if
they were operated at a 10 minute
schedule. They state that if the
Ferries were run at a regular 10-min
ute schedule there would only be a
small crowd of people to cross the
dangerous bridge that remains. With
the boat running on the halt hour
schedule, the crowd becomes so large
that it is really dangerous to have so
many people at one time on this
bridge which is being watched every
minute as the passengers go to and
fro. Twenty people may safely cross
a bridge, but ten times this many
may cause it to collapse. It always
has beae the policy of the Perry Com
pany to Jump at anything that will
give them an excuse to lay up a boat
to save a expense of trips and wages
of the emw.
ver pamenger haes words of con
daema e or the FPerry Company in
the Wmi h have been handling the
half ~inr,~rewds through only one
wheekl, ktirng passeagers stand in
line for a long time waiting a ehanes
to get through.
Miss Flresee Leaourt has returs
ed from Browa's Wells.
, 1l.E NEWS. I NOT"N ABiOU'T PEOPLE' AID THINGS WOlrTH
Mrs. F. Goebel entertained the
Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club.
The successful players were: Miss
Salome Kappler. Mrs. C. V. Kraft.
and Mrs. F. loogoven. Mrs A.
Graf received the consolation. The
next meeting will he at the home of
Mrs. C. V. Frisch.
Mr. G. P. Platt spent a few days
in Pointe-a-La-Hache last week.
Rev. W. S. Slack of Alexandria.
La.. was a visitor here last week.
The many frietnd of Mrs. Philip
F'oto will regret to ;'arn that she
was compelled to untllelero an opera
tion last week.
Mlr·i Jos. Thornlnnr and family
have returned from Mandevillo
where theyespent the summer.
Miss Clara Langford and nephew.
Roland ('lark have returned after
spending the summer in Colorado and
Mrs. E. Fox has returned from
Grand Junction. Colo., after visiting
her neice. Mrs. Milo Brown for the
past three years.
Clark Brown of Grand Junction.
Colo.. had as his guest this summer.
Roland ('lark of our town.
Rev. T. B. Olifford left Thursday
for Kingston, Jamaica. to spend a
Mfr. and Mrs. Shade G. Smith have
returned from Milndburg where they
spent three weeks.
Mrs. W. A. Nelson returned last
week from a visit to Morgan City.
Mrs. J. W. Reed of Pelican Ave.. is
spending awhile in Whitecast'le, La.
Mayor Behrman returned Saturday
afternoon after having been away a
week cruising about Lake Pontchar
train on Commodore Jahncke's yacht
Capt. and Mrs. E. R. Turner of
Houston. Texas spent a few days with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W.
Lennox. They expect to leave to
Mr. Jack Bertin. a former resident
of our town is at the Tulane Theatre
where he has one of the leading parts
in the play "Tiger Rose."
The Friday Night Euchre Club
met at the home of Mrs. Cognevich.
The successful players were Miss
Clairia Richards. Miss Stela Abribat.
and Mrs. Cognevich. Mrs. G. W.
Pollock received the consolation. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Miss Marguerite Euper left Satur
day for Franklin where she will at
tend St. John's Academy.
Mrs. Jno. Scheib ant baby Dorothy
have returned from Lake Charles
where they spent their vacation.
Miss Minerva Bennerfeiid of Gret
na is spending two weeks with Mrs.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrq.
Albert Clark of Delaronde St., are
glad to learn that their little daugh
ter Ruby is much improved.
Among the out-of-town guests at
the Stumpf-Lafleur wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. McDuff and
daughters of Bogaluaa, Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. Strugs and children of Bogalusa.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strugs of Bogalusa,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Netson and A. C.
Dick of Baton Rouge.
Mrs. J. W. Adams entertained her
brother. Mr. R. Zander of IPhiladel
phia on Friday.
The Woman's Benefit Association
of the Maccabees will hold their regu
lar meeting Saturday at 12:30.
Mrs. Mary Waller is visiting friends
in Bay St. Louis.
Mrs. Lilla Collins has returned
from her vacation.
Mrs. R. D. Meyer of Austin, Tex.,
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Haf
Mesars. Horaee and Frank Rickey
of Lafayette were guests of Rev. and
Mrs. C. C. Wier Satrday.
The many rliembs of Miss Laura
Watson will regret to learn that shE
was colmpelled to undergo an opera
tion last we'ek at Hotel Dieu.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Murphy of Alex
andria were visitors to Mr. and Mrs.
Me. K Vezien this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Iltiehler andl son.
Junior of Alexandria are stopping
with Mr. and Mrs .1M^ K. Vezien.
They expect to mnake their home here.
Miss Zelda ltuckins was the guest
of M1iss Lydia Priest at it theatre
party Saturday evening at the Tulane.
Others in the party were tMessrs.
Walter Gray and W. J "'right of
Greenville. Miss. A supper was en
joyed at the Grunewald afterwards.
.M1s. Lester Brooks and fer little
daughter Anna and Mrs. H. Talbot
are expected home the latter part of
the week after spending several
months vis'ting in the principal east
erJ1 cities. They are at Cincinnati
Mr. Adolph Spitzfaden. assistant
cashier of the ('anal-Commercial
Trust and Savings Bank. is spending
his well-earned vacation out in Colo
rado. where he is seeing some of the
Miss Isadore Donner and nephew.
Donner Nolan. spent the week-end
with Sister Xavier in Franklin. La.
Mrs. A. Graf entertained the Ma
trons Club on Tuesday. The suc
cessful players were Mrs. J. Gerrets.
Mrs. L. DeLaup and Mrs. H. Brown
(playing for Miss Clairia Richards).
Mrs. F. Goebel receivwl the conso
lation. The next meeting will be!
at the home of Mrs. Goebel.
Miss Leah Davis entertained the
Young Ladies Five Hundred Cluib.
The successful players were Misses
Mamie Morrison. Leah Davis and
Christine Giblin. Miss Margaret
Garland received the consolation.
The next meeting will be at the home
of Miss Christine Giblin.
Mrs. W. P. Salathe spent a few
days at her summer home in Way
FOR WOMEN VOTERS
0. D. A. WOMAN'S CAMPAIGN
(COMMITTEE TO INA'GU'RATE
('LASSESN I EVERY WARD.
The next logical step in the busi
ness of becoming a woman voter will
be laid by the 0. D. A. Woman's Cam
paign Committee with the opening of
October citizenship classes in every
ward in the city. These classes have
been arranged for O. D. A. women.
but women who worked on the other
side and women who worked on
neither side In the city campaign are
asked to attend the classes as well.
The classes are to be held once a
week in two different location in each
of the seventeen wards. By holding
as many and as scattered classes, the
committee hopes to be able to offer
every woman voter a convenient loca
tion in which to attend the citizenship
The course is not intended to be an
exhaustive handling of the matter of
voting and national policies and poll
des will not be touched upon. In
many ways the information given
at the lasses will be strictly applic
able to the elections of November 2.
The locattoas in our district are:
1. Clarke's Hall, Elmira and Alix
streets. Every Tuesday ati8 p. m.
Teacher, Charles Dunbar.
2. Residence of Mrs. Jas. Sullivan
1813 Newton street. Every Thursday
at 8 p. m. Teacher, lim Jean Gordon.
Miss Loretta Shook wiM be one of
the committee to speak in the See
The total registration of women in
our district is 1138.
CANAL FERRY SITE
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to t oi f ('anal sltri.I , is hl.i cV,',i tio
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'IIi-I cfli lt iil ic tilt i c''t.' c 't Ihllc f0 l i
n .New O l'] t ; Ve. aite wrkil
of Ithle' ut" with t he r oulllV t', fi t" of th"l
puici Tla.s c'i r chii aii. hit'. w wantr
thei tblic I,) 'ealiz how s el'iouis nu
".a s it whetri her w-. shallit ble al, to
rlcionstoruc of the ferr ioll-.v s.d ilt
tei.ssn er gioL'.W s, in t air oli p i- I
lillson deitds e lic l the rctri ofe thi
c'tliicii cc.crc Thlecy acrc' nociie tiakciic
inv'es tiga tion, til i'iiic htll he
h spur oir m t cauii it .icik. It tih ir
r'i rtci is lic'cr ccicl wcc shall I,' ii
ciled it i se thi e : old i ii e "i'
Vhile thsrbe \%a. i bit mork caving
if tihe l c wciitircc t he hi . dc i cf Ml or thlc
thiet. T d facl. ilhe cig was thi ci
ly lotanic al and it is lccievedi nio\lw
th t thelr. is D iot likcu ly to aily
clioren srious .lo f hing o hlli e the silt.
Engiieersl however', hcave made ino
defiaite announcement, and none are
ooked M for at leaya for severaid lays.
Souncdigs aircei now being. lmarde aeH
calionr li the vilnity of he cavrs-in
and the ilvestig hatiiio s will M e
Eritd ir'. NJote: Mir Verlinder
says as above. and Mrs. r working
over-time with the convenience of the
public as our chief aiml." Waell if
this is the fact, why did not the com
pany loan one of its three idle ,boats
to the Third District Ferry for the
convenience of the public?---why did
not the company run one boat from
('anal St.. to the Third District
Ferry? Will the company tell the
On Friday. October 1st. 1920. Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. ('ayard entertained at
their residence in 810 Opelousas Ave..
in honor of the Silver Anniversary of I
their wedding. The house was beauti
fully decorated with cut flowers.
fercs anDt silver. Refreshl M ndts
were served in abtunciance. Those'
present were: : es ae e
Mrs. J Adamsol, Mr. and Mrs. Geo
of fman and family. Mrs. Jos. Tebbe
Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander. Mr.
and Mrs. Adan Ktchne and family,
family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weber
eanrd family. Mr. aied Mrs. foarren
o ercaiHon and family. Mrs. Maurice
thedert nt o an-law Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Cayard and family. Mr.
anti Mrs. Ernest Cayard. Mr. and Mrs.
tClyde Hiughes. Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
eCayard and family Mr. and Mrs. C.
T. liggins and family. Mr. and Mrs.
James Dubos and family. Mr. and
Mrs. ('larence Dubos, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. Cleme t o Miss nes Carrie Hilde
Messrs Thomas Herpn and Robert
Gallenghouse. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Cayard and family.
debrand furnished music for the
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cayard were:
the recipients of many handsome
are being playh this week, the con-i
Americans. and the Brooklyn Na
0. After one more game the scene
of the charMpionship battle Is *ift
night for Mobile on a busimeus trip.
Weddings of New
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itutttis . ian r. the l ler ciris. They
woae .tatks tt pink tttl . and l eor
the tre ali .it arri lllt itaskets ofit
I thlly er losts Fl 'ith i large bows
islis Gtnviitt, tu Shill an Diana
liteirf the riyounger bridesmaids
wilre frocks of accordioni pleated pink
giorgette trim nmred witI rosebuds.
"anil crrie d lare hower boquets of
Killarney roses.d wih lr bow
The' bride's h other brides. ma L
Simpe wfok ore a gccordion pf blue geor-pink
gerotte. tite in irridescent osebuds.
ond cae bouarguet shower boqutchis ds.
The bri.le's mnoher. Mrs. C'. L,.
`tilnmp woee ai gown of blule geor
gIette trinmnd in irridescent heads.
Mrs. C. Lafleur, the groom's mother
wore a beautiful gown of blue geor
gette trimmed In irridescent eabds.
She wore a corsage boquet of radiant
Mrs. George W. McDuff. Jr., a sis
ter of the bride. wore a handsome
gown of beaded georgette crepe. She
wore a corsage boqnet of orchids.
The groom hadl as hi# best man
his cousin. Carl Schill, and his
groomsmen, Herbert Forchler, Harry
Dressler. Herman Exterstein, Alix
Schill and Gerad McDuff.
The ushers were A. M. Stumpf,
Charles Melson. A. C. Dick. Gee. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Lafleur received
many presents. They left on their
bridal tour and will be at their own
home. 4201 Prytania street after Oc
A pretty wedding of the past week
was that of Miss Ethel Olroyd,
daughter of Mrs. F Olroyd to Mr.
Lucas m\. Connor of New Orleans.
The ceremony took place Wednesday
morning at 7 o'clock at the nuptial
mass at Ithe 'hurch of the Holy
Namne of Mary. the ceremony being
performed tly Father Wallace Burke
of Loyola. an un le of the groom.
tie was assisted by Father McGrath.
The bride, who is a most charming
blonde, wore a blue coat suit and a
henna hat. She also wore a corsage
b ouquet of Killarney roses and lilies
of the valley. She was given into
the safe-keeping of the groom by her
Mrs. Gertrude P. Olroyd and Mrs.
I. L. Kroutter, a sister of the bride,
were matrons of honor. Mrs. O
royd wore blue taffeta and Mrs.
Kroutter wore blue georgette. Both
wore corsae s bouquets of red roses.
Miss Sidney Olroyd, a siter of the•
bride, was bridesmaid. She was
dressed in a blue coat suit and wore
a corsage bouquet of pink Killarney
The groom was attended by Mr.
After the ceremony, a wedding
breakfast warn served at the home
of the bride, 516 Pelican Ave., at
which only the immediate family and
the bridal party were present.
The young couple were the recipi
ents of many handsome presents.
They left the same evening for a
short honeymoon trip and on their
return wilL reside in N. Claiborne St.
KNTERTAINS AT DINNER.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Entwlile en
tertained at dinner on Monday even
lng in honor of Mr. L. Sterns, of
Pensacola, Pla. Those present were:
Miss Lelila Entwisle and A. Plogel
and Meesds C. Entwisle and L. Sterns
and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Entwisle.