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SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE
Section 10 of Act 120 of 1916 pro
PAGES T H E H EA L.Buchyaewesilpynthfa?
hihits Ferry Companles from charging
school children fare during sc.hool hours.
But ah r esilpyn h ae
Deotsed thb UpbUildaa of t Wbt Side do t River. "A vry ve sad credtaM o weekly wehr"-tANUFAClURB RS RECORD. fare
ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1922. No.9
Sablie Dikes
for Stanton
STie Levee Board m
m tsrd, or permeable dikes,
Ms ntructed to protect and
SCaving bank at Stanton
at comparatively small l
was explained by J. H. Pe
SLincoln, Neb.. Thursday Mi
- a meeting of the Associa- Ml
d csmmerce auditorium. lea
to President Hymel, of evi
non Levee Board, the board Cb
E- y considering trying out W
tds5 plan at Stanton, where
was narrowly averted by
Srecent flood. Engineers go
the meeting also expressed br
much Interested in the ar
sewO of bank protection. an
Dobsnf, of the Orleans ca
, dhclared success of the
aiscated would result in an th
S unelal saving in remedy- tel
astlotin at Stanton, where go
Wme must be built to replace wt
teary levee constructed after ar
- satmeat caved several weeks
th
OW asserted if ordinary
. rd employed, a new two
" etc of levee must be built M
of the old levee. Taking th
Saewlt the value of rich farm- Cl
a between the old levee line M
r1 the new levee would be,
gR world approximate probably
he said. h
gthe other hand, should the
be adopted and prove suc
the cost probably would not
ieN,UO, Mr. Donner ex
na of building retards to E
river banks from erosion G
4 lmsfd by Mr. Porter as fol
01
me driven far below the bed N
rer, and to these are an
tts, each composed of from
to thirty-Ave trees fastened I
with cables. The first sev
- d8i of trees naturally sink to
Msm of the stream, and a
umber of loads of trees
ai to builld the retard to the
height sad of the necessary
at he the stream. An aver- 0
S*l or seven hundred trees
-d is a retard 160 feet In
a retard is completed, It
.a] r am s at treie
d budt the river to above
of the water. The re-Il
a permeable dike, which I
N the i w of the souring I
w tmtl it deposits its sedt- i
" ay a sand-bar beach is
-t the loot of a caving bank,
i and holding the swift
 ram t away from the
sueeeisd floods add to the
e eveatsatly the accre
to a high level, mak
al.le for general use. The
it regulate the natural
t stream br retardiag the
an to the bank, and by
the ehannel of the river1
-a the baL k and causing a
a her to form along the foot
7'IMP
TAKES PASSENGORS
sF IP AS PAMILY
.. Me psseager lit of the
a- , wfre iRi sao
beesme the family at
hn iheth, umater o the
Sa semely young Datch
s her two i eheekeld
sS angd S. mad Iena,
_ ihn the shi rneche port
and Captaran Useth
t the parennsage
I ma acnh nChe aglger
nhr. W. . linaer.
sLtasuuiv DAIos.
tr ree V, 4 . r
s is ,Emie to al who
PIauschu' are Rowed A +r
-r mu wi nsrtins be"M uiSV
Weddings of New
Orleans Folks
WEST SIDE COUPIPI WHO EN
TERED THE STATE OP MAT
RIMONY DURING WEEK.
BRAUNER-RUPP
A quiet but pretty wedding of the
past week was that of Miss Anna
Rupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Rupp of McDonoghville, and
Mr. George Brauner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Brauner of New Or
leans, which took place Wednesday
evening, June 28, at St. Anthony's
Church in McDonoghville, Rev. J. S.
Walsh officiating.
The bride, who was given away
by her father, looked beautiful in a
gown of canton crepe, prettily em
broidered. Her veil of illusion was
arranged in cap effect, with pearls
and sprays of orange blossoms. She
carried bridal bouquet of roses.
Miss Mildred Brauner. sister of
the groom, was the bride's only at
tendant. She wore a charming
gown of flesh-colored canton crepe,
with hat to match, and carried an
arm bouquet of pink roses.
Mr. Malcolm Manent, cousin of
the bride, acted as groomsman.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the bride.
Mrs. Rupp was assisted in receiv
the guests by her daughter, Mrs. SIX
Charles Marxen, and Mrs. Philip 'ru
Mangiaracina and the mother of the of
groom. in
Mr. and Mrs. Bratner will be at die
home to their friends after July 15 InI
at their home, 323 Nashville avenue.
we
SCHLOEGEL-TUTTLES He
On July 1 the marriage of Miss let
Elizabeth Tuttles of Brunswick, 0
Ga., to Mr. Joseph C. Schloegel was Ri
quietly celebrated in the presbytery At
of the church of the Holy Name of Al
Mary, Father Hayes officiating. Al
The bride was prettily dressed in
white crepe de chine, with hat to
match. The witnesses were Mr. and
Mrs. Walton Ward and Mrs. Chris
Teal, sister of the groom. She wore
flesh canton crepe, with hat to
match.
A reception was held at the home
of the groom's brother, Mr. L.
Schloegel, 450 Pacific avenue. The
young couple left for a short stay
ia Covington, La.
MONROE-PAPE
t The marriage of Miss Themaes
IMonroe to Mr. Louis Pape of New
l York was celebrated Saturday even- a
Saing at the home of the bride's p
I- parents in Lavergne street, Rev. C.
C. Wler officiating. They will re
a side at 904 Second street.
& APPOINTED ON PILOT BOARD
re The appointment of Captain Albert ti
' W. Short by Governor Parker as one a
t' of the three commissioners of the C
* Board of River Pilots has been con- c
SAfirmed by the state Senate. Captain I
1e Short succeeds his father, William b
T P. Short, who, with the exception of p
I two years, 1916 and 1916, had been a
a a member of the body since the com
mission was established by the Leg- a
islature in 1908. After twenty-nine t
years of service in directing ships a
I up and down the river between New t
Orleans and the passes, the elder a
Shert retired three moaths ago. He
e is 8 years of age, and his son, whom
*, he taught in the work almost from
tinfancy, is 8. The other members
of of the commission are Captain R. G.
e Plant and George Vot.
ia JOHNSON' TO OIT DOCK
BOARD TUG
i Athegh the coatract has not as
at yet been awarded for the coastruoe
th tion of a new stieel ire tug, which
at wmll be added by the Dock Board tol
rs the Ire protection facilitiee of the
pArt, every indicatoe polints to the
fact that the Joasoe Inraon Works
Drydock and Shipthildia Compeany,
whioch It was r f sbitted ta
Slwest bid when seaed popossa
ad re prbli cl ms by th beard
kp at ness ThnrudaV, will be the -e
ce-stl biMdder, The ohnsS
rhe pny's bid was $S4,441, with Il
ery tn tdys
Our Healthy Baby
SUCH A
9ROMt4aMG
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Zoe
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p 'I
~~-r IRAIN 9 NAII
Algiers Does Her Share
In Tuberculosis Drive
The people of the district re
sponded nobly to the cause of the
'Tuberculosis Drive when a number
of our ladies and children took part
in the tag day held recently. Our
district made one of the best show
ings.
Those who worked in Algiers
were: Mesdames F. C. Hymel, E. J.
Hotard, Albert Short, Henry Val
lette, Tom Kennair and Robert Wil. B
son; Misses Isabelle McPherson. of
Ruth Calvin, Lillian Gerrets, Lfl
lian Koenig, Clarisse Vesien. Evelyn of
Amuedo, Cecelia Hymel, Zoe Gay,
Alma Jones, Dorothea Webert, Lil- W
lian Burgau and Margaret Hymel.
WOMANS BENEFIT
ASSOCIATION OF
THE MACCABEES.
Pal
The Junior Order of Maccabees wia
will have their annual outing on Wed
nesday, July 12, 122, at City Park. ni
All mothers are invited to the out- I
ing. Bring basket for the day. In lat
the afternoon, refreshments will be Ma
served and games played and little fre
souvenira for the little folks. The All
picnic will be in rear of park near rel
watdint pool
Come and bring the little tots for Im
a pleasant day. Don't forget City Bl
BP rk. July 12. Sh
ha
297 GRADUATED BY SOULE Nc
SCHOOL E°
Ju
Two hundred and sixty-seven grad
uates of the Soule business college,
t trained in the ways of commerce
a and industry under the guidance of Ti
s Colonel George Soule, veteran in
i- commercial education, stepped forth
a Thursday prepared for entry into N
e business life. The commercial de- L.
f partment graduates numbered 126 He
M and the shorthand department 141. p
i* It was the sixty-sixth annual com- C.
I. mencement of the college, and for ,t
e the sixty-sixth time Colonel Soule Cl
e appeared before a graduating class F
r to deliver an annual commencement ce
r address. M
n JOHNSON IRON WORKS SUED
Henry J. McCave, a carpenter,
yesterday Sled suit in the Civil Dis
trict Court for $20,009 damages
against the Johnson Iron Works,
Drydock and Shipbuilding Company.
alleging injury to health sustained n
July 1, 1921, while in the employ of
the defendant company.
The plauti maaintains he was
sent into the hold of the steamship
to Cammack and while there was over
comea by ga fames. Ho declares he
e has been nable to wete dring the ti
last year as a reslt. o
e ii
SWIMMING PARTY
A w A uyr crw ensed a swim
mais party a stw d last Friday
evening. Those in the party were:
Misses Beslh Pyle, Margaret Gar
_land, Florenae Richards, Dorothy t
and Carlotta Kraft, Mrs. J. J. Finae
gan. Messrs. Cal Malene, Merritt I
Murtagh, R ia e 01Gis, B H. Brit- I
aia, Chris Midleton. C. J. Nyman. i
J. Wilson J. Gerdeo, and Dr. and
Mrs. C. V. Kraft.
GOODWYN - On Tueday, June
ST, 1, lawrence A. Geedwyne,
a d asle Whmn and kHeary L
Goodwyne, died at the age o( six
years. TIhe a tnmeral tak plame Web
nesday a 4 'eldek rom the parests'
resdence, I? Atlantic avenue. In
torment wasu in t- Bartbhlmew
138, at 10 dlock a. , Mary Rop
rich, twife ot Joseph Dealer, alde
at the a, o twnty-Bv years.
Deeased was a native o MDom
ehane. The funmeral taek pae
Saturday at :0 eo'lock from he
Ia gn ss insso O hala. Inates
ime was in Mea kSwSegh e aoetary.
MI
A
leaf
aux
sat(
the
glel
por
the
BIRTHS. this
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bourgeois, uni
th-
of 735 Pacific avenue-a girl. nig
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chatelain, the
of 1619 Behrman avenue-a boy. roe
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dell, of 925 da]
Whitney avenue-a boy. fro
Mc
SURPRISE PARTY. be
On Sunday night at his home, 526 th4
Pacific avenue, Mr. Ignatius Stenger wk
was agreeably surprised by his many gl
friends, the occasion being the an
niversary of his birth.
Dancing was indulged in until a be
late hour, music being furnished by
e Marcour-Whitmore orchestra. Re
freshments were served in abundance.
e All left wishing the host many happy
returns of the day.
The following were present: Misses ,
l Imelda Schroeder, Gladys Knowles at
y Blanche and Lillian McCloskey, Alma in
Shields, Vera Lusk, Eunice Cunning- in
ham, Hilda Carroll, Orville McMahon, ld
Norma Wheatley, Emma Collins, B
Esther Cabanoil, Alicia Gravels, t
Julia Susslin, Margaret Finley, Anil to
Casler, Leah Schroder, Florence Mc- le
Cord, Lillian Gerrets, A. Huntley, M. Il
Gorman, Katie and Mamle Stenger,
Messrs. A. Clark, W. Stenger, 8.
Talbot, V. Durand, J. Murphy, R. Tal- C
bet, C. Beniate, L. McMahon. H.
Bach, D. Pitre, A. Christy, B. Ramos, m
N Richards, B. Legendre, M. Haner,
a L. Adams, A. Gilder, S. Leonard. G.
Heindel H. Schroder, G. Bellanger,
1 P J. Mallett. Val Ring, 8. Legendre, L
C. Sadler, E. Aucoin, Chas. Ting- P
) strom, A. Thibodaux, G. McComb L. L
Clabrert, andI. Stenger, Mr. and Mrs. N
' Ed. Stenger. Mr. and Mrs. F. Lauri- It
t cellsa, and baby Irances and Mr. and T
Mrs. Stenger.
EXCLUSIVE CLUB
C
The Exclusive Club will hold a C
s special meeting on Thursday night. E
July 6. at the home of Miss Ollie I
U Le Blanc In Belleville street. Busi
ness of importance will be transact
ed. This meeting is for members
only. There will be balloting for
candidates, so every member is I
Sasked to be present, as it is very I
i tmportant. I
e Miss Martha Ponti will entertain I
he the aeclusive Clab and their friends 4
on Friday night at her home in Ber-'
muda street, at a tacky party. All
invited are asked to come dressed 1
in costume.
ly LIGHTNING STRIKES PALM
re: -
l. During the reain storm last Monday
thy morning, lightaing struck the large
me. palm tree on the lawn adjoining the
rltt home of Charles Spahr, 331 Opelou
It. sas avenue. Several birds' nests In
an, the palm were set on are, ausing
ad quite a blase.
Mr. Spahr and Mr. L. Vallette,
who were working on an auto in the
yard, received a shock. Mr. Spahr
was alghtly brned on the hand and
rendered nusmelos for some time.
Mr. Vallette was also uneomaseous.
e Fully seveaty-ye dead sparrows
we, were picked ap under theo lm.
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
s' There will be an importan meet
n-lu ot the Holy Name Sedoiety at
SW 7: p. m. teaght. The Rev. 3.
Dun, 8. M., a former spiritual direc
3, tor of the Holy Name Society, will
ap give an lanterasg tialk to the me.
d Fater DL me is a proe r or phil
s. esophy at Jeerm Colda and is
Sa mater of the Mlih language.
It wll be a treatto ear m, and
ser aM l Nrme men mae rge to
S1ame to thin atmee and bing ther
-m iendms ath
Morality League Calls;
For Girl Members lt
- fnuq
At the last meeting of the Morality las
league, it was decided to form a girls Mr
auxiliary. ac(
John Curry, secretary of the league I
said, "Our only and last hopes are in for
the girlhood and womanhood of Al- 1
giers. It is only through their sup- the
port and help that we will acheive Mr
the high, honorable things for which ea,
this organization was created and
unless we recruit members from
that set we might as well disband to- su
night. The mothers and the girls
themselves realize the dangers sur- de
rounding the dances of the present ta
day and I am sure if they were con- P
fronted with the idea of joining the at
Morality League, they would readily
become members thereof. s1
it was thoroughly agreed upon by
the members after they had heard a
what Mr. Curry had said, to allow
girls membership in the Morality C
League. at
This is a chance for the girls who R
believe in the right. ai
MORALITY LEAGUE. h;
DANCE
On Thursday night a surprise a
was tendered Miss Esther Puckett L
at her home in Elmira avenue. Der
ing the evening dancing was indulged J
in and refreshments served abun-o
dantly. Music was furnished by ,
Brownlee's jass band. Those par- c
ticipating were the Misses T. Sut
ton, Alma Hawkins, Norma Wheat- b
ley, Orville McMahon, Ines Dupuis, a
Isabelle Lewis, Mildred Peres, Eva ,
Monies, Evelyn and Althea Donner, o
Genevieve Cieutat, Elma Strey, Hilda
Carroll, Annie Trauth, Hazel Lau
man, Lillian Gerrets, Ruth Zeringue, r
Juanita Trist, T. Carroll, Macrina
Munts, Lois Gravois, Elinor Rooney,
tona Le Blanc, Esther Puckett, 1
Louise Kessler; Messrs. Melford I
Pitre, Ernest Aucoin, Francis Sadler, I
Leo Boudreaux, Eldred Drumm, Jas. a
Murphy, Jos. Lawrence, Jos. Phil- Ii
. lips, John Schwarzenbsch, Seldon
Talbot, Vernon Durand, Joe Monies,.
Pete Bordelon, A. Senner, Jim Calvin, I
Leslie, Stanley, and Lee McMahon,
Willie Stenger, Loraine and Leslie
Broussard, Geo. Bellanger, Alfred[
Christy, Hilliard Bach, Fred and,
i Clayton Umbach, Tom Buchholts,,
Dan Martin, O'Nell Barrett, and Mrs.
McMurry and Mr. and Mrs. PuckettL
SPORTSMEN ORGANIZE
r Well known Algiers sportsmen
s have organised the Westside Oun.
y Rod and Social Club and established
headquarters in Sumner street. The
a following officers have been chosen:
Is C. W. Nichols, president; M. Cas
r serlno, Alex Subervnile, Albert Milan,
SVic Fouquet. vies-presdentat; L. Mo
d llson, recording secretary; Joseph
Alonso, financial secretary; P. J.
Alonso, treasurer; W. Salathe, Jr..
grand marshal:; . Wattigney, first
peekay; F. John, asced peekay.
gy Among the members of the club
go are: W. Salathe, W. Jones, E. Rob
me erts, B. Moseley, B. Foequet, John
a- Alonso, James Foster, John E. Moy
In nagh, Felix Riats, . Molaison. Albert
ag Suberville, 0. Eisenhardt, J. Vallette,
James West, W. Barrls, E. Whelan.
e, F. Morse, Jules Peskey, F. J. Rich
ie ard.
id LAWN PARTV.
* Mr. and Mrs. Cook entertained at
•r a lawn party at their home in honor
of their daughter Alida, the occusio
being the foerteenth anniversary i
her birth. Many game were played
on the lawn, danelag was ludugled
at- and later in the eveng dainty re
at frehmests were served la s -
J. dames. Those present were the
c- Mtses Edna Dalgle, Velma Doy,
l Bedle Boyer, sand Ethel, Myrtle,
. Helen and Maldred Parker, Ethel
jl. Juno, Lais May Beese. Anna Bele
is Beasorn loe Con; Mesrs. Martn
g. Con. Floyd Hafe Joe Coak, Hard
a Ca. eany Erickson, lord Itnkal,
to Waflame Dases, Edward aWn. Gee.
sr Juno, Mrr. Juno, Mr. Dalgit, Mr.an
MYr Cook
Personal Mention ST
And General News Ali
SHORT ITEMS CONCERNING
WEST SIDE PEOPLE. TI
Mr. Walter Albert left for his fe' t:
hom, in Thibodaux after visiting nurn
relatives here. in t
Mr. Francis Richardson and farn
ily are spending the summer months
at IHearstease Park. litt[
Milton I.ejeune of L.aveigne street (s,+
Sjoined the U'. S. marines and ieft of t
last week for Paris island. tak,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Parr and MIss T
Florence Parr motored to Des All,- frot
mand on Sunday. arce
Mr. Ellis Albert is visiting rela
tives in Algiers. \
Mrs. W. A. Nelson is the guest of in I
her niece in Baton Rouge. La. pla.
Iby
Mr. R. J. Stenhouse spent a few h
days in Pascagoula with his family. rho
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fourtnet and 10')
Mrs. Ed Stewart were guests of Mr.. A
and Mrs. H. J. Robeau last Sunday. o10
The many friends of Mrs. M. the
Bodenger. of Seguin and Delaronde ing
streets, will regret to learn that she i thi,
was compelled to undergo an oper- per
ation for appendicitis last week. str:
Mr. W. F. Donner. of Pelican ave- hat
nue, was stricken with appendicitis wo
last week while in Lafayette. La. pet
Is Mrs. Donner left for Lafayette and' an
accompanied him home Monday. crd
e Ensign Streuby Drumm has left bel
ime
In for Philadelphia, Penn. los
I- Little Donner Nolan is spending
P the summer with his grandparents, ter
te Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nolan, at Hearts-! th
;h ease Park. ia
StMr. Isaac Wiener and family are in
summering at Gulfport. wa
Is The marriage of Mr. Henry Hil- sic
jr. debrand to Miss Margaret Levi will tie
nt take place Saturday, July 15, at St.
., Paul's Lutheran Church, St. Claude ne
he and Port streets. sa
Ily Mr. Stanley Baker left Sunday to NS
spend a week at McComb. -
by Miss Ruth Pettigrove is spending
rd a while at Monteagle, Tenn. at
Mrs. Daly, Misses Minerva and I,
ity Catherine Gallinghouse, Jennie Daly p1
and Gladys Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. ft
ho Raymond Daly, Messrs. Gus Traub
and Bill Daly, and little Merle Daly i
have returned from Bay St. Louis,!
where they spent some time. A
Mesdames L. Yalets and H. M. g
Vallette and Misses Alfreda Voegtlin a
ise and Susie Murphy are at Bay St. a
Ott Ltis. C
ar* John H. Schroder, sea of Mr.
"ed John Schroder, arrived home Wed- I
an- nesday after a complete tour of the h
by world. This young chief is to be o
ta congratulated on his great success. t
lit. The penny party given on July 1 o
by Mercedes Thompson at 428 Slidell a
' avenue for the benefit of the new l
school was a grand success, the sum a
er, of $41.00 being realized. a
lda
a- Mr. W. R. Lilly and family have
ue, returned from a week's stay at Bay
Adam.
Mrs. C. O. Morgan, of Pelican ave
ett, nue, entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
ord Lancaster, Miss Gertrude Lancaster,
ler, Miss M. Carew, Miss Anna Smith
las. and Miss Gertrude Oleber at dinner (
'hil. last Sunday.
on Miss na Morgan, of Pelican ave
les, nue, is spending some time with I
rin, Miss Gertrude Gleber. I
ion, Mr. and Mrs. J. Manglaraelna, Jr., I
dle and children returned free the Galf I
Coast after enjoying a very pleasant '
d vacation. Mrs. J. Manglaracna, 8r., t
*was their guest for the week end.
Mr George Plcon returned from
et. Thibodaux, where he spent a few
weeks.
Miss Blanche and Master Benny
Samonle are spending awhile In
men Houma, with their grandparents.
Mrs. Jules Gayard has returned to
hed Olbeon, after spending awhile with
The Mr. and Mrs. Arthur OGuepet, 10 Ver
s: ret street.
S Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen
Circle will hold their reglar meet
Me lug tonight. The Junior Circle will
mph meet to night at 7 o'elochk sharp. All
S* junior memners are rged to be oe
Jr. time as the meeting will start prompt*
artly at 7 o'clock.
(oCeutlaned Pague 3.)
AND BOTH ARE WAITING FOR A BITE
Presiden Harding is rea esh b with friend, i t. B. Creser
rho, as the boat lops up aid down in the water, is woodera if he W
be asued as Asera Ambasador t Mexaio Spoi the sUiica gd
the Obaegs. gwarseat.
STRIKE IN FULL FORCE
Algiers Shop Men Determined to
Wan Out.
The big railroad strike which has
iiin called all over tlihe country, ef
fet ts Algi.,rs for the. fact that a great
number of our citizens are employed
in that capacity, and the loss of wages
incident to the strike will be felt by
many of our merchants I'p to the
pre.'nt tilme. theire has been very
little violente reported and in each
.si"., there is a denial on the part
ot the mni'n as to any part they have
taken in these disturbances.
The, following ext.rcpt s are taken
;roun our daily papers which give an
account of the conditions.
Rail Heads Optimistic.
While rail officials report success
in the employment of mten to fill the
llatces vacated in local railroad shops
by the striking members of the six
shop crafts unions, union leaders con
tinue to announce their walkout as
100 per cent perfect.
Replying to the ultimatum issued
Monday by the Southern Pacific and
the Texas & Pacific, that the strik
ing shopmen must be back on the job
this morning or consider themselves
permanently barred from employment,
strike leaders say none of the men
have signified a desire to return to
work. The men are facing the pros
pects of either picking up their tools
and agreeing to the wage reduction
crdered by the rail labor board, or of
being "outlawed" from future employ
ment in the shops, together with the
loss of their seniority.
Rumors were current in Algiers yes
terday afternoon to the effect that
the Southern Pacific was bringing In
a crew of strikebreakers and unload
ing them at the company's Algiers'
water front. The rumor caused con
siderable excitement until an Inves
1 tigation proved that it was unfounded.
t "We are giving our men until Wed
e -nesday morning to report for work,"
said Chief Clerk J. H. Eddy of the
o Southern Pacific. "No attempt has
been made to bring in strikebreakers
by this road. However, If the men
who are out fall to report for work
at their usual places tomorrow morn
id ing, we will then take steps to em
ly ploy a sufficient number of men to
'- fill the remaining vacancies."
b The striking shopmen held several
ly meetings during the day and In some
I,' cases strengthened their picket lines.
A. J. Sanarens. chairman of the
M. grievance committee of the striktng
in machinists, presided at the noonday
It. meeting at Bollermakers' Hall, 1606
Canal Street.
Cr. "Trains have started Ceming in
dl- late," said Mr. Sanarens. 'We have
he had no reports of trouble. On the
be other hand, our pickets turned
is. trouble-makers-not members of our
1 organisations-over to the police. At
all all of our meetings we are warning
, the men to keep their heads and
•avoid trouble. We want to win on
a fair and square basis. It we can't
win that way we don't wan to win."
-Times-Picayune.
ATHENIAN CARNIVAL CLUB
r MAKING PREPARATIONS
J. FOR MARDI ORAL
th At the last meeting of the Athenian
or Carnival Club, election of officers
was held. L. J. Schroder was elected
re- president; Chas Hughes, honorary
th president; Buffy Adams, first vice
president; John Ruis, second vice
r.. president; Charles Morris, third vice
Spresident; Edward Wagner, tourth
t vice president; Roy Keenan, scre
r, tary; Hillary Schroder, treasmmurer.
The comaing Mardl Gras celebration
was freely spoken of and It was de
cided that a paramde would be held
ew Mardi Oras day and a hell that lght.
Many new members were received
ROY K3NAN,
in Scribe.
to WHISKEY SEIZED FROM SHIP
Ith
er Customs oficers sesied 19 quarts
of choice liquor from the stemmshiMp
sea City last week. No ee
claimed the whlaskey sad no arresmts
were made, secordisng to Capta
imgar L. St. Cera. The bottie
were concealed In the enginmer's
Gquarters. The Sloux City docked at
Algiers Point, carrying a carg of
sugar from Clenfugos, Cubs.

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