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VOL. XXX AUGUST 17, 1922 No. 151
A JOB FOR YOU, MR. READER.
Too many people seetm to think their duty of citizenship ends when
they vote and obey the. law. Having put a man in office they stand at
case until the next order conimes to resume the political march. Unless
there be a rapid awakening the time is not far distant in this territory
when an object lesson will force the taxpayers to realize they must be
on the job and that they are a part, in fact the most important part, of
It is your duty as a citizen to vote for the MAN and not for a
political faction or party. A man can best be judged of what he has
done and not by what you think he will do. When you go to the polls $
to vote you should remembebr that professional politicians always favor
those who have the greater Influence in helping to keep them in office. n
This seems to be human nature and nothing new to the public, who in L
the past have been very indifferent in the selection of public officers, but
things are changing, women are thinking and voting their thoughts, the c
laboring man can no longer be led around by the nose and intimidation 3
at the polls is giving away to a frank confession of political opinion of
the day. Just because a man has held political office for several years
is no reason why he should be classed as a professional politician. Some
of our office holders are sincere in their work and are good public
servants, but it is an easy matter to separate them from the professional
whose only interest is the influence and power he can command in his
When you go to the polls to vote have your ballot prepared in your C
mind. Do not make your decision in the voting booth. It would be an
injustice to the candidates and it would not represent your honest opinion.
Think before you vote and by all means think before you talk.
THE ALGIERS FERRY
It is with a great decree of satisfaction that we reprint an editorial
of the Item on our ferry systems. The public and especially the Algiers
people will appreciate the great help of a daily newspaper in our behalf.
Many of the city papers do not know of our present ferry conditions and
it they could only read some of the facts recently brought out by the in
Algiers Better Ferry Committee, it would open their eyes. ye
The Item Editorial follows: foi
We sympathize with the renewed activity of dwellers in Algiers to
bring their ferry service under public control. Anybody who has observed
the sort of service commonly rendered by private ferry enterprises here M
and feels no personal interest, will probably agree with them. They seem an
to claim a grievance against Commissioner Maloney because of his atti. Tb
tude toward their contention. They are entitled to all the information on ba
this subject at his command, and none should be withheld. We believe Kr
the Commission Council should make the most serious efforts to bring an
the ferries under public control an
ATTENTION TO DETAIL he
When a feller pays attention to the commonest of things,
there's a powerful sight of comfort in the happiness it brings.
If we overlook the details in the rush of gettin' there, we may ca
face the grim necessity of bringin' up the rear. Mit
In the thousan' little ventures that a feller undertakes, it Mi
may be plantin' flowers, or it may be killin' snakes. Our hand
may' grasp the saber, or the handle of the plow-but we don't
accomplish anything, without a-knowin' how! ¶
The man that borrys money at a triflin' rate per cent, may
dissipate his wages till he don't know how they went .... But arri
tle keerful money lender, as he figgers the amount, might illu
minate the spender, on the little things that count.
1 reckon there is women that's disposed to keepin' house . .
They'd entertain the elephant an' squall about the mouse' They
fight tile little red ant, while they love a dog. by jings, but that's
the way with women-they aspire to greater things!
b Brooklyn Bridge Falling Down? T
GILKY SWIPES -
Friday--'Went down to visit a frend
of pa's witch just has recently
hitoughten a ne.w muac:hcen and had
r sum pritty hard lurk rite at 1st. I,
was a comeing home frum a stag:
Party las nito and 1evryeyting wetn
all rite until they tuum teo a whit.r
bridge' over tite crick. And hle went
aned turn.ed out for it.
Saurnlay-T'red and te' trhle smoke
ing aglen this morning. It was a pipe
this teim.e I lelteave if any I had of
Icomle allog and offtered to kill fle I
wood of loved tlhetin to deth. I now
think thie fellow who says he gets
se!il c'lumfort ot ontf ci piipe is as big
of a lire as Ih,, persont who boIasts
that the.y lik. to take ('aster oil.
Smokeing is a diry Ilahit.
Sulda:y -Mrs. .1 witch is I of arc'
linetorashas iet (lisaicpintedc in lovet
twice and in marryage once. She
seed when she got cmarryed she t hot
there' was only 1 man in the wirld
like hcern. And now she hopes fori
the Sake of other women kind that.
she was rite.
ALGERINES AT LAW.
Real Estate Transfers.
Raphael Halter, et al., to Suburban
Building and Loan Association, 3 lots,
Sumner. Dianl DeArmas and Hendee,
Purchaser to Mrs. Henry R. Eler
man, same property, $3100 termse
Suburban Building and Loan Asso
clation to Mrs. Henry R. Eiermapn,.
3 lots, Sumner. Diana, DeArmas and
Hendee, $3100, mortgage-Loomis.
John Kleinkemper to Frank J. De
Mont, lot, Pacific, Atlantic, Newton,
THE HERALD EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO
Gleanings From Algiers News And Happings During
The Second Week In August 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
Believing that Herald readers, new ones as well as the faithful old-timers.
will be interested in a glimpse of Algiers events as recorded in this newspaper
exactly nineteen years ago, when The Herald was then only ten years old. Even
at that 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.
Mrs. Catherine Forrester died at her
i home 215 Pelican Ave. after a linger
e uing illness. Deceased was seventy
years of age and had resided here for
o A number of children gave an en
d tertinment at the home of Mr. and
' Mrs. F. Statzkowski in Verret street
n and presented the play, "Snowdrop."
I. Those taking part were: Leonore Fa
a bares, Francis Statzkowski, Inez
Krapp, Ninette Fabares, Annie Ful
ford, Elise Clark, Lizzie Walter, Josie
S and Maggie Walter, Earl Jennings
and Marcie Johnson. John McClose
key gave a few selections on the ban
Jo and Mr. Statzkowski showed the
The Krapp benefit given on the
Holy Name of Mary Church grounds
was a grand success.
Miss Kittle Council was relieving
her sister, Miss Anita Council, at Du
vic's during the vacation of Miss
Miss Eulalie Forrest was appointed
cadet at Judah P. Benjamin School,
Miss Sallie Council at Belleville and
Miss Emma Kinsinger at McDonogh
No. 4 school.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bingay
J. Dassinger was brightened by the
arrival of a baby boy.
The summer night festival given
at Elmira Pleasure Grounds by the
Hibernians was a great success.
Quite a few changes were made at
McDonogh No. 4 School. The prin
cipal's desk and all the cane bottom
chairs were repaired. The wooden
panels in all the doors were re-placed
A party of boys enjoyed a stag sail
on the sloop Edith, owned by Henry
Ernst. The party was composed of
Orris Davieson, Henry Ernst, Henry
Church, Ernest Brimkmann, and Dr.
The management of the Elmira
Pleasure Grounds arranged for the
showing of two thousand feet of the
finest moving pictures ever shown in
New Orleans. A fine band concert
Mr. Hubert Murray, nee Marie Ca
mella Aubert, died at the age of fifty
Mrs. Win. Sinclair died at her home
corner Newton and River streets. She
was born in Ireland, but had resided
here for fifty-five years.
Andrew Wright entered the Item's
contest for a scholarship in the N. O.
College of Pharmacy.
Capt. F. Singer of the Naval Sta.
tion, left for Newport News, where
he was quite busy pursing hf stud.
stior Chs. mNerman of the L.
thn Church, left for Wimsma, mo.,
Mlonday--ma was laffing this evn
ing about a woman down town witch
wanted to have th1 dr arested he
cause slhe herd ,he had tuk her sons
tinrlatutre. N. 1:. These people of
tl, adjoininfg Sex will vote this Fall
T'uisdht . r' Idr is i n t emihar'as
ing c 'l tdit i t o n now. fie suggest ed
that ihl tin \tVall shtud ought to
take a trip to a warmeir climet oni
avct. of his sickn1 ss. ()Ie man Wall
died Ithat nite. Now fok,.s are joak
ings do( alnd sayinlg l senIlt ole mall
W\\'dneslay- --A1 yang man was try
ing to sll pa sutn s4tuk in a ('o. ti
mall;' Itllltnless undeclosi. Pna sel
tnothing doinig thats ohld stuff I hen
wa;reing them thiinigs for tour teen
Thursday -- Ma is sore at are CGro
crty clerk bhcause wheln illh orderti
suiM animal Crackers this a. in. he
went and sent her a bunch of Dog
liskiets I was sore all sto.
. . . . . .. .. ..____ __________________________ ______
,and Diana. $150 cash, $150 mortgage
Rosaria Carubb to Miss Louise
Tujague, $1250. lot, Slidell, Homer,
Elmira and Belleville-Dreyfous.
Agnes E. Pollock to Hy. L. Haw
kins. $2000, 2 lots, Olivier, Vallette,
Evelina and Opelousas Ave.-Hen
Sales and Chattel Mortgagee.
Robert Motor Co., Inc., to Saul
Lichtentag, 2 Ford cars, $400 cash,
Robert Motor Co., Inc., to M. A.
Smith. Ford coupe, $249.98 cash,
to represent the Southern District of
the Missouri Syndicate at the Synodi
Wm. Mahoney left for Norfolk. He
will be in Newport News for the
launching of the Louisiana.
Misses Maud Corcoran and Loretta
Shook returned from Covington,
Father Gueymalrd returned to Al
giers. spending a week with Judge
Barras and family at Heartsease.
Misses Grace and Luln Averill left
for Portland, Me.
Misses Ella and Emma Rees were
America is said to be an example to
millions in India. and India Is now
threatening an uprising.
Reindeer for Michigan have arrived
from Europe. Looks llke Christmas 1
shopping that Is early enough.
There are some men who think that
all things come to him who waits. That
is the rencon for many fhillres.
2nd. Congressional District
I announce myself as a
candidate for Congress from
the Second Congressional
Districts and respectfully
solicit your vote.
H. GARLAND DUPRE
HORSE "CEMETERY" IN EGYPT
American Expedition Has Unearthed
Graves of Steeds That Once
Bore Proud Royalty.
Objects unearthed at El-Kur'uw, on
the Upper Nile, by the llarvard unl
"vn versity, Museum of Fine Arts exlpedi
itch tion shed new light on the early his
he- tory of Ethiopia, the tombs of all the
ens klngs from 754) B. C. to ".-, It. C. hav
of iug been recovered.
Fall It Is known that King Plankhy was
a great connoisseur of homes. In his
S account (f his h.hie; in . the Ei y'Yltinn
city of EsNislluun he tells of his Iltiger
l at flnlling the hl'.res of Kin; Natrnlat
to starved thin as a iresult oif the si.ege..
on Ileutnt it is rv.:'-.a:iiby 'conjectured
al! that Pianikhy started iet c r CL. y of
nk- horse gravs whllich was fould at El
tan Kur'uw-the only hluryinag gro lnd of
its kiind that has Ieeni discoveredl in
ry- the Nile valliy. ll,'re, in four rows,
t are the gr:avs of the ste.els of t several
a 'monarchs. 'lThey have lieeen lluni'iered,
,en but not s thorotughlly ais t ,lpretvent
itluding somie olf thlie trappings; a
plume carrier, a silver head hand. four
ro strings of very large bronli halls,
red bends, amulets ainil oth ieihr cbhjiects.
rj These horses- were manifestly sac
rlflced at the funllleral of the king In
tog order that their spirits might aLccom
puny his into the other world. The
sacrifice of men and animals at fu
nerals is now well estaldished as an
ancient Ethiopian custom by excava
- tions in Kerinma. But the sacrifice of
horses was a thousand years before
the beginning of the Ethiopi:tan mn
archy, and in all the royal tombs of
Napata no other survival of the cus
tom was detected.
WON FAME AS SEA FIGHTER
ge Scandinavian Hero Also the Center of
e Many Legends That Have En
deared Him to Posterity.
r One of the great Scandinavian
ri heroes of modern times was Tordenks
Sold, who rose from the rank of naval
cadet to admiral in eight years, and
te died at the age of thirty, and Is ac
counted today as a naval strategist of
the first order. It was Tordenksjold
Iwho, by his operations against Charles
ul XII of Sweden, preserved the freedom
h, at his native Norway and saved the in
tegrity of Denmark.
A. All his experiences were exceed
h, Ingly colorful and picturesque, so much
so, Indeed, that legend has been busy
-In providing him with an array of ad
ventures which undoubtedly never hap
pened. One of these is the story that,
when a boy, he sat down on a grind
stone to wear out the leather patches
which had been put on the seat of his
trousers as a punishment for tearing
his clothes. Once he pursued a frigate
much larger than his own until his
ammunition gave out. He sent word
to the enemy, inviting the commander
" to come aboard for a glass of wine and
asking whether he would lend some
powder to continue the fight. It was
this sort of bravado which his age
delighted in. He was killed in a duel
I- I How can any one say that moon
shine Is had when It is making angels
of so many?
a The Peruvian tribe which eats its
aged members surely believes that the
a good die young.
China wishes It universally undes.
astood that she prefers to be a nation
and not a pudding.
Anyhow, even if they capture that
Patagonian monster it will be too late
for the circus season.
It dancing to jazs is the epitome of
asffering, as the French composer sau,
why dance to Jazzt
The radio will be an unqualified se
eess it congressmen do not try to
broadcast their speeches.
What we need is a radiophone that
will enable us to see a mtusical corn
edy witho-t hearing It.
The Ideal Teacher.
w'hat i,,.'" ti 'rtiý ite tlhe idtatl
teacher is : outliwe l h. I r. L. P.
Jacky. prin ,'l ,:l of .1l:tl in h.-t,.r ',lill,'ge,
(O xf,,rdl, E gl- l , in an a i re.s t, it
fiilt rf e rl'rl ten t I ixf ltr't ir 1111"'.. t'l l ,t,-a i -
ers at I xt., ral th ' 'tlir d(ay. "if .i1
hlm l ai rl",;l Il ivte ;,-r b o'y m ertl g r l<,"
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of SUNDAY. ANG. 20th Th ; ar Batchelor D
c'omedy. "The Land Lord" For tcw thor
MONDAY, AUG. 21t..JoP M ,ore In ': \' lk" "Ronbinl .
ternational News so
TUSrDAY, AGo. 22nd.-'pcl "ar i t Around the Corrh .
Chats" (Comedy rlye
ian WMRII SDAY, AUG. 23rd.-'m ls 'lesert Blossema,,
ks- I in "The l)ays of tIffalto Bill A
val TRURIIDAY, AU. 24th.-I-en l'urp!I nrl "n lonl, Talent." Fx
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Cast in "Bought and Paid For i.th I Ji a volte.
Doors Open P'unhday, 5:30 p. m.. Pieture,. Iain :W p. a.
ofDeers Open Week D, e. 6:30 p. m.. IPtmsk
old Patrons coming as late as 8:45 p. m. ll ssee atrs are l
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VICTORY BONDS CALLED
ch The U'nited States Treasury has called for redemption as
Isp Bonds (4%r ) bearing the serial letters A, B. C, D, E, ad b.
td- will cease thereon December 15th, 1922.
Ip WE ADVISE SALE
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We will purchase your bonds at current prices sad oalftny
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