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VOL. XXX JULY 27, 1922 No. 12
MEASLES AND MOSQUITOES.
Dr. Royal S. Copslandl. ('ommissioner of Health for the City of New
York. mnake thi. flat assertion that measles can be completely wiped out
in this country in forty-eight hours. In the same breath we are author
Italive.ly advised that the pestil.nt mosquito cannot fly more than one
thousand feet and live.
What a reflection on the United States Government, if these as
sertions be correct, and there is no reason to doubt them. The one great
necessary step nramely, passing this information under government authority
directly to the people, is Ignored. Consequently, measles still carry death
and suffering to the young, and mosquitoes spread their poison over Sr
almost severy inch of the U'nited States.
It may be possible for the press, unaided by the government, to bring
some relief. though lack of unified action undoubtedly must end In failure.
If the mosquito cannot fly more than one thousand feet. then every Ki
householder has it within his power to establish for himself at least a it
mosquito zone. Clean up for one thousand feet. See that old bottles and La
tin cans containing water are destroyed or emptied, that cesspools are GC
kept closely sealed, that house gutters are kept clear. Sprinkle suspected
spots with kerosene, the co-operation of every citizen.
For measles Dr. Copeland's recipe Is even more simple. Keep the Bt
patient absolutely isolated for forty-eight hours. How easy it would be
for the government to lay down practical rules to destroy these evils and El
to enlist the people In a united campaign to that end, asking in plainly.
signed advertising under the signature of the President of the Unied
States, if necessary, the co-operation of every citizen.
If the gentlemen, now so busy flirting for the vote, would press thorough 1
legislation of this character, perhaps they might stand a better Chance coi
than they will by rolling the pork barrel.
HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922 r1
Six thousand nine hundred divorces granted in one court in E.
Chicago in one year and the city newspapers record as the imi- ill
portant result that the Judge has collapsed from the strain. The I
collapse of a thousand judges isn't comparable to the collapse na
of six thousand nine hundred homes and the lowering of the
moral fibre of thirteen thousand eight hundred men and women, F
not to say a word about the children. Talk about happiness being 1o
therkeystone of human development may be all right, but we son
don't get gold we can use till the ore is crushed and washed.and $'
the metal shot through the refining furnace. If ninety-five per r
cent. of these trail love birds were made to see that a marriage ert:
license is not a scrap of paper we might produce a healthier and
more self-reliant race. lot,
HOT DAYS-HERE AND THERE
We sizzle in the livin' room, an' smother on the porch. Old 5
Sol is mighty reckless with his pesky little torch!l But soon
we'll roll from under, an' there'll be the twilight breeze till
we set around an' wonder if there's better days than these .. Ja
A feller ort to think about the everlastin' flame, in the pit yeat
that's so infernal, that I hate to write its name.-But they tell dt
us it is real, an' we got to run the chance of payin' fer our Oly
meanness, where they wear asbestos pants!
It's foolishness to grumble when the sun's a little hot, with At
nothin' wuss to bother, than to hunt a cooler spot-while we Lod
face a possibility that's likely to occur, of sweatin' on, ferever, Ii
the place we're headed fer .....
So--we better be contented with the tan that's on our r
hide,-it beats the conflagration where they serve a feller-., Hu
fried! An' I had ruther linger W. I
where the weather's apt to a
change, than to settle down
STo Serve You Well With Electricity
SO Convenient & Cheap NOW
WIRING AND APPLIANCLS ON MONTHLY TERMS the
South New Orleans Light & Traction Co.
m m a Avmm B A. Ph.... Mgseu 151 a Sos t
YOUR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY and
With ur are as good collateral as your bonds with your bank. We An
also specialise in loans on endorsements and other securities. I Nava
vestigate our several plans when in financial need. was
REMEDIAL LOAN SOCIETY Iar.t
107-00 Canal-Commercial Building Al
Sollb Ner Odrnr igh dr racton plaCnce
GILKY SWIPES ---
Friday -Ve had srnt indsireahk
:Co. this 't\iin ;and I was grately
disgustEd. This f.l how kcip nockln,
th" V. S. >govIrInit nt and hisness
n,,n and 4 1V,~r thins'. P'a si', after
h' lit d 1nt " iway l:that gink was a
mtll n i \ titl ! ,t1 cIunttrv :I1I all I g-1,
to say i: tthat wirt i * *r coun tr i hI.'
,- " ithout i- g - 'lt t,,"'l lutky I1,.
Is t\\ IWI h t it.
S:r1 I 1 s I 'Iu L ttn, luk, I shudt]
teruht ti , l\. l hutn and go out ij
to till uitu! so I oulotnt hear so
'ru . II Ittnlll;:I ti trill!b , at home.
I nit, pa to in . \V\thy Ii lt you
;t ilt, sn i, ,* t 'i Thin<ti to tm' lik.
,'!i r ntint wifs do. And in a 2nd
t, u|" :m l ast hIint Rwhosi wifeo hI'l
hent a tawking thiataway to huim.
Stuindl;ay - I think atr landlordh i4
ging to git marryvuil agnl. Thoy
: V womant aftir tit witch has all
ralhly rais'i, 2 husbands and 6
chihlryn. itut l . sh1aduit ought
to wirry |.. aus , i\ a,' hildling a
thous' o1f arc own.
honday .Mrs. Smnith ast pa
-I i Wa
SMr. Louis .Lee to Interstate Truist
& Ianking Co.. $500. lot Lamarque,.
Socs.rats. elleville and Elmira ave.
- -( )('onnor.
Alvi, Carter. Third D)istriut Build
ing Association, owners: O()'Keef &
Killhen. contractors. single hunaglow.
Ihehrman avenue. I'tolemy. Numna and
Lawrence. $4550: 1'. S. Fidelity &
Guaranty Co.. surety-Wegener.
Acceptance of Contracts.
Elizabeth McDonald. Third District
Building Association. owners: from
O'Keefe & Killeen. contractors. prop
erty. Belleville. Eliza. Evelina and
J.T. Calderona. owner and builder:
doubhl cottage. 1212-14 Teche. $SS50.
E. Ross. owner and builder; singe!
cottage. 1334 Teche $S00.
Real Estate Transfers.
Alcide Jambon to Cecilia Hunt.
2 lots. LelBouf. Southern Pacific Rail
road Branch. and Bringier. $350 cash'
Mrs. G. W. Hoffman to Miss Mary
E. Lacy. lot. Vallette. Eliza. Belle
ville and Evelina. $S00 cash-Olivier.
Mrs. Geo. W. Hoffman to Edward
Daly Ford. lot. Vallette. Eliza. Ball
ville and Evelina. $S00 cash-Oiivier.
Frank H. Killeen to Conservativl'
Homestead Association. 2 lots. Nel
son. DeArmas. Farragut and Newton.
Purchaser to Vendor, same prop
erty. $2500 terms-Buchmann.
V. G. Escousse to H. A. Ferrandou.(
lot. St. Bernard. Villere. Annette and
I'rquhart. $4400 cash-Farrar.
Mrs. Alvie Carter to Third District
Building Association. 2 lots. Behrman
avenue. Ptolemy. Numa and Law
rence. $3700 cash.
THE HERALD EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO
Gleanings From Algiers News And Happings During
The Fourth Week In July 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
BItlievlna that Herald readers. new ones as well as the faithful old-timers.
will be intereste, in :t glimpse of Algiers vrents as recorded in this newspaper
exazctlyv nineteen years ago. when The herald was then only ten years old. Eren
at tlh:t early age it was bristling with fresh news chosen by the same editor
and publisher that Is serving you today. We trust our selections will prove
interesting to all.
Jas. E. Ayer died at the age of 66
years. Funeral services were con.
ducted by Rev. W. S. Slack of Mt.
Olivet Episcopal Church.
At its regular meeting. Halcyon
Lodge No. 66, K. of P. passed a reso
lution of sorrow and sympathy at the
death of Capt. Victor Zatarain. The
resolutions were signed by J. E.
Huckins4 chancellor commander, J.
W. Cahn. keeper of record and seals
and J. O. Stewart. H. J. Stansbury,
Jos. Hughes. Sr., W. A. Scholl and
B. E Allingham
Sophie Wunck met with a painful
accident while out at the lake.
She was walking out to the bath
house and accidently stepped off the
gang plank. In falling, she struck
her chest against one of the blades
and received a slight bruise as well
as a ducking.
Mr. R. E. Whitmore purchased the
old negro shanty and the adjoining
ground at the corner of Eliza and
Seguin street and was preparing for
the construction of his new resi
Little Ida Mae Lachmann. one of
the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Lachman died suddenly at
the age of three months. Eleanore
the other twin was dangerously ll
and not expected to live.
An exact model of the Algiers
Naval Dry Dock, on a small scale,
was on exhibition at the St. Lous
A black alpaca coat to which was
pinned a strip of paper upon which
'Ehat guve~r* TiM h in. r."aýl and I)
lpitin. s itn! pia nt~i P1,·l atnld r
il)I'd III I 11"" L. -., it 11' l"" n"!" 1.1 ul.lr
II lI.l lo ir lo l i(l.f I.l ujo
1 T1.1 C'! p. 'p1c". 1it hr I
1· I'll. 1 'a c .s. II - sotl aI'llr.' st'
~iTt~at lr c Ma wai tiling that a
1 . ti - 'n It l i- i la 1r.,; t d"l toy..:
.1 !. In InVi Ip
W. ,In, -lav i ii. f.ilow wit-liI
II1:I a :It . i t olli . Tlia ili d lt, Iil rt l i
iipt pa dil ! Iihive' sum c'arholi. ;
.i~l fur h:.r gun. 1a sd". No V'
Iravu lr nua. but T w ill Itil yoitH
ia Io if .hiL'g;.r- fritttr1 s. thit;g ontt ii
anTti Shi' w. t tin t ho uir IIg storp atal
ast tilt ('IIrk iliti I hey hay. a K1-t t
litly for .1igi~r's. II. soil Melhli so.
W hat s-out~s to E." ring witll that:.
witchl liout set tlu-il iii for gooid.
'tours t ruhy.
Purchaser to vendor, same prop
erty. $3710110 t erms-Wegener.
Peter Marciante to Salvatore Mar
ciante. lot. Vallette. DeArmas
laamarqu, and Belleville. $1000 cast
William II. Ward to W. Ir. Ward
I.umb er (o.. entire stock of lumber
etc.. an.l movables in the property
situated betweeon Patterson and Ber
muda. $75.000 in stock--Stafford.
Eug'nie M. Bernard to Isaac Smith
lot. Slidell. Thayer. LeBouef and
Horner. $200 cash-Rouen.
Paul Carpentler to Louis V. Sierra,
lien up to the sumr of $1163.29. bear.
ing against property in Fifth District,
corner Belleville and Opelousas,
square Elmira and Slidell.
Gary E. Gills to Benjamin F. Shaffer,
portion on Patterson Street Road,
Alfred C. King. executor of Succes
sion of Mrs. Mary Ella Crawford
Mills. to Oril Mills. et al., lot. Ber
muda. Seguin. Delaronde and Pelican
avenue. delivery of legacy-Puig.
Louis F. Willis to Edward Sabartau.
4 lots. Farragut. Nelson, Seymour
property and other property. $80 cash
Ollie Rappid to Olivier Dorsey.
portion. DeArmas. Diana. Teche and
Brooklyn avenue, and other prop
erty. $20o0 cash--Hennessey.
Oakdale Improvement Co.. to
Clement .T. Cartron. 2 lots. Verret
Canal. Ptolemy. LeBouef and Law
rence. $400 (ash-Hennessey.
Miss Agnes Pollock to Eureka
Homestead Society. 2 lots. Bouny,
Seguin. Evelina and Eliza. $3130 cash.
Purchaser to Miss Agnes Pollock.
Same property. $5100 terms-Bened!c(t
Oakdale Improvement Co, t-i Mit
rhel Pickree. 2 lots. LeBouPf. MagRi
lan. S. P. R. R. Branch and other prop
-rty. $200 cash-Friedrichs.
was written "Good Bye" was found
on the Morgan street pontoon of the
Canal street ferry. It was brought
to the Eighth precinct, where it was
identified by Mrs. C. Carter of 610
Pelican avenue, as belonging to Toney
Bommer of the same address. Geo.
Bommer, his son, called at the sta
tion later and stated he knew of no
reason for his father's suicide. There
was no evidence to show that Mr.
Bommer did jump in the river, but
the evidence created some appre
hension of suicide.
Of interest in the advertisements
The Algiers Waterworks and Elec
tris Co., were advertising fans $9 each
The Cumberland Telephone Co.,
was advertising business phones as
low as $3.00 per month, and resi
dence phones at $2.50 per month.
A. T. Wainwright was advertising
"Freezing Cold" Soda.
C. Lazard was advertising Stein
Bloch suits at $15.00 to $30.00 and
other makes $10.00.
This Week's Clearance Sale
'or al those who are even slirhtly mterste-xOW is the time to
buy. We are offering the greatost buargains t ydelyd on our foor
is new and - eed P1Tyu4-, P'a. Oin UA Du. lere are-" 1 a few of the
-rio-tho a remarkable but a look at thee pianoL on our floor
will Show o Jue what autonlhing values they relly are. 3old on
Piano Co. s
"*e Reuo Tha Nade Now Oreme Meleler
PROBABLY MEANT IT
"l, "\\i !i in. the f ,:a'tire of th ,' 'g t
h ". li,' 1 ,1 " ]* llr \ ]l '1l',l ir 'l !fl:'ll " I 1 -
'I i- ' "
" 'i qu". i.lnabiy. I1,"< n runnitlg
for flith,' for the .iart t'. enty l 'irs,
andil all lie ever got tut of it t as the
In His Glory.
'il "fh I'P.-ktons haill a tilrglar si'are
n"- In th,,Ir h,,usl Iat night."
o. "I nitirced l'','.ktion walkinlg iabout
a. ttn illlI his ilcih-'t stuck out. IDid he
cat.'h the burglar?"
"No, hut for the first tiim In twen
y ty youlrs hie got a c'hance to issue
o5, slihar.l e'oiriiaurails to Mrs. Peck
ton that were' meekly obeyed."
"Do you think that nflluential cdti
zen is na"'liut.ely sure In his own
minil that you are golig to be able
toi ke[ep all your lroml' es?"
"No." dtle'l;i red SlSator SorghuIm.
"ihe knows I'm t10-0 goIdl a pollti'ian
to re'fue any r.'lqe'st of his, and I
know lie's to(, good a politiclln to be
lieve everythling h tl'is promnisu."
r- Had Him Guessing.
S "What's wr,rig''" asked Parker.
h "You look worried."
"I am." replied his friend. "I wrote
d two notes -one to my broker, asking
, him if he took me for a fool, anld the
. Other to Miss Golding, asking her if
s. she would marry m.. While I was out
somebody telephoned 'Yes,' and I don't
know which of them it was!"
d Where the Line is Drawn.
"Yes," said the fellow with the bald
brow, "it is certainly true that if a
man hasn't any respect for himself.
nobody else will have much respect
"But it's equally true." returned the
keen one, "that if he has too much,
nobody else will have any."
Mother (at phone)-Mercy, John,
our daughter has married the chauf
Fatheri-So Well, maybe now he'll
have some object In keeping down
the repair bills.
He said to her, "My love for you
Is driving me quite mad."
She said to him, "How odd. It has
The same effect on dad."
Protecting the Market.
"What is your opinion of this moe
"I must beg tlt you will excuse
me," said Senator 'orghum; "a states
man nowadlays is not supposed to ex
press opinihns. except to magazine
editors at space rates."
A Threatened Strike.
Bohhle-Pop, you gave me a nickel
to keep quiet an hour and the hour'I
Jop-Here's a nickel for another
hour. Now don't bother me.
Robble-Double pay for overtime.
An Unflinching Critic.
"Do you play the piano?"
"Never," said Miss Cayenne.
"Too bad you didn't study music!"
"I did. My taste became sufficiently
cultivated to make me disapprove of
myself as a planist."
Willing to Go the Limit.
Paying Teller-Rastus, you'll have
to Indorse this check.
Rastus-Indorse it? Say, boes, I'1
eulogize dat check If you'll jes give
me dat good old money.--Cartoonl
"Cholly, you must do one thing o
our engagement is broken."
"What Is It, my own?"
"Shave off your maustache. It simply
ruins my complexion."
It Is alhnost entirely the Indlivid.
ual's fault if he is not happy, for hap
piness is a cast of mind. One of the -
greatest of all poets says: "There
Is nothing either good or bad"-ln
this world-"but thinking makes It
so." Ilappiness resides not in the
pocket nor even in the bodily health,
but in our mental attitude to our sur
roundings, and In contentment with
our lot. We cannot entirely govern our
surroundlngs, but each of us is cap
taln of his own soul. Thank God for
what you have got.--Slr Alfred Fripp.
Foto's Folly Th
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Ice Manufactured from Pure Distilled Water
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president or an iladdlt
of you upon your M ,"
But we DO Cle ,- t
tralnlng wlill devlepmLI
thus make it pgga le n
*ese do for ye it
Soule College = ousos, , ,"ý,. dti
Is the Gateway businessl Po -ia i
to Success this section.
to Succs .Our courams are
In Business Thorough, tad St yt li
Special Tralia f l w r
iod;- is wort morn haUag
Because It Is the Home of Thorough. previous time is h. w1
uess and High-Grade Courses. GEO. 8OUlg " iSom
Savings and Full
Dividends on $5000 Exempt from FduI~
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403 Whitney Building
Phone Main 4696
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508 CAMP STREET
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Interest payable semi-annually. Secured by first moaiiIg
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106 CAMP, CORNER CANAL STREET
WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
SHOES, LADIES' and MEN'S READY.TO-I
DRY GOODS AT COST
We Must Vacate Before October 1d
Big Saving on Every Purchas
Corner Baronne and Poydra StMSd