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i A'Section 10 of Act 10o 96po
hibits Ferry Companie frm c rgn
school children fare durnt colhus
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- , ~ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922.
nAY E Ti
,eibled the wort
3ndersbe nga er
- npetrated ti
Friday night or
rng, In which d
aotnlek and Blea- N
avenue, was the
were at work se
and impressionls e
bra'kce and Mt, S
o hole In the rear
. pard. , Into this
an tron rod e
breke the lock on
the thieves were 7
a heavy steel grated
wue of force and
succeeded In mak- p'
g the bottom of this a
t eable a small a
etty the value of a
i but It was
k woual A ga o
the artisCles stoie
S i shirts. Mch d
bet coupled with
ago ih the place wa
Ia nMr. tsad
# twas t1e
Tio 1Ths 1mrs
And Fnmids Of
The Red Cross
: It is impossible for me to meet all
of you personally as I should like to
do, but I am enabled to say a word
directly to you through the courtesy
and cooperation of the Editor
of the Herald, 500 Verret Street, W.
New Orleans, La.
The Annual Red Cross Roll Call
will be held November 11.30 this
year. Will you write or speak an
encouraging word to Mr. W. P.
Simpson, chairman; Mr. Ben Beek
man, vicechairman; Mr. W. R.
Irby, Treasurer; Mr. J. H. Eastin.
Tell them you will help with the
Roll Call in your neighborheed, or
you will renew your membership.
Your Red Cross Chapter is or
should be one of the forces for the
progressive betterment of your
county, but your Chapter and the
national organization are dqpendent
upon public support. Locally and
nationally, Red Cross officers will
appreciate your active cooperation
and pledge you their best efforts to
keep the organisa lon faithful to its
obligations to di bled ex-soldiers
and its many other services to the
HARRY L. HOPKINS,
Manager, Southern Division A. R. C.
K. OF C. FIELD DAY, GRETNA
PARK, SUNDAY, NOV. 19 P
Algiers Tigers vs. Holy Cross College,
Football, S P. M.
K. of C. vs Gretna, Baseball,
1:30 P. M.
All lovers of baseball and football
are expected to be present. The
Algiers Tigers are making special
puepratioa for their game, as the
Holy Cress teem is considered one A
qi the best amateur teams in the e1
Iaende Simon, the well kiown A
Shas bes engaged to oCidate. G
Algers girs and yoCa qs memT
~IPmIrss ted In athletics are fr
Surged to be present. ad
sor the TiSers, as we are In.-!
that a large delegatiom wil oi
- heed ras ly Crsss Collir.
se se . ,
n the town has:s
Wgag t ms Manager bsrae
I l yes ilp be i special trm
_ _r ass event.
SWith Mard Oi e an view, and tl t
hobss tdt theyr l raise m eoio
s ends to stag the iaruet Mard1 Oras
r. mssed, the •mbers are ahiuag
L paarasmlis for amther danse that p
p~r. w l.be. sum at the Ie as,
IALLOWEEN DANCE r
as VPray, Oct 7, iss Rlt Luts
eat ameis at da , Iowees as
ed M o his lnstoeam Mrth.ay.w
75 n m t e, Whmnores Iu
i-. Mi ka. Mary
i _ e i. Os es Wr i ,.
(hbist labs MAis ean tt, 3
sum9 sm eats, ltao
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Oi~n~nI 1 I WHEW!
ýj p ý SounNDS
I LIKEGAP 7
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SNORT -TB ODNClWING
wapr riDm POPIU.
O. M. denn' Lodge No. 125, Ladies
Auxiliary, B. of R. T., will give a
euchre, lotto and five hundred at the
Alhambra Club on November 28.
Games will start at 8 o'clock sharp
The price of admission will be twenty
five cents and tallies will be an cents.
Mr. Sidney Boudreaux is spending
some time Ia Thibodaux, the guest-0
ofrdelatives. ' A
Mrs. aaseigne and baby left Tesao
day fer Wichita alls to make thr a
aTeas n Tueday sight to spea s
a while, the guest of her daughters.
Mrs. N dward Wolfe is the guest of
Mrs. O. J. Malbrorgh.
Rev. and Mrs. N. Righter and Rev.
and Mrs. 8. L Vail leave ts morn
iag to spend a few days a the Lower
Mr. and Mrs. Remy Charles have
taken possesseon of their new home
In Olivier street.
Mrs. W. B. Warren has returned
from a visit to New Ibera La.
The many friends of Mrs H. . M
Pay will rgret to learn that she is
stfll critically ill at her home is
Mr. W. W. Richardson left Saturh
day for Arkhanss to accept a poel
ties with the Missour Pacic rall
Mrs. Waltes~ G. Neal of Newpeot,
. I., is visittn Mrs. W B. Anderso.
Mrs. L. A. Hymd is spending some j
time in Hammedl , the guest of Mrs.
SJ. W. wnilms.
The Jolly Bunch will meet at the 1
i home of Mrs. George McDuff, 145 1
Miix Street, on Saturday evening a
. a o'clck.
Mr. ad Mrs. a. C. Denlecky ad
'Mr. By. Dellcky entertained a party
of friends at se en Teesday evelyint
Te mam taIl players we're Miss
Binry Lamse Mrs. Lrases, Sr.,
Mr. sad Mrs. lrank Defoy reeived
5 (Ctlased ea Page =.)
aster Thee. Lola ntertaited a
few e his friends ea Halfowem.
ha the game "Palaning the ye a
the Pampln." Mary Younger and
: , aIsms wen firs tpdsis and
Tempsoe n sad Preston GaO -
Sh- won the boeebs.
Miss lsed rlenmy entertained
with - sdse moe
Thes peset were Mer es and
Catherine Tempgee. Mary Teenger,
iamlswau Dimthy W1 es" Asms
ressedt ai a D esses. Athnl An
adms., Vera Nests, Wi .and vin
ft, s% enses shesits, Malie,.sDn
b'mW, Prm. .effmW, aSes Meahe,
b run***,es s Wdad O'lss. R06
L . ými aem cassN.hdoma.
a > ,anj a es bage s ss3W,
Slso*, a"taEss wo .a
is sa M and am. U a d.,
.@LUM MA STktt
Born to Mr. and Mrs. . Chestnut
(nee Nellie Kestler) of 522 Bnmirr w
Avenue-- girl. bi
Bora to Mr. sad 'irs. George Mader, in
a bok- .
Ma'l. Lati~Asi a a
avenue, a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Manalle (see
Mary Palletta), of $10 Brooklyn ave
nue, a girl.
The returns of Tuesdays election L
show that the auditorium proposition
was not popular with the tax-ayers "'
who showed their dispproval by doe a
testing the project nearly two to one.
The school board race was the first
test of strength between the New eg- Ir
Ulars and the Choctaws slc9 City c
Commissioner Paul Maloney was s
named head of the Choctaws and r
while neither faction could eidorse
candidates for the school board, yet It r
was an open secret a to whom the
leaders of the two action favored. J
Mesers. Ze~ael and Fortier were J
elected by big majorities. Mr. Zeagel
lead the ticket and an our own ward
a beat the Choctaw candidate Chas.
I Bak by il,'ndi J. . . A otl b 1at
Hy. Schaumberg by 14 votes. The
vote was, sen IUel I, Book Di , or
f tier 471, Schaumberg 817, Bohast 21,
Chambers 2. Strange 22.
I In our district the auditorium was
a 57 Is flvor of It and agaslt It.
The Ptubic Belt baut ilse was
d1 7n hror ant 4s aSalt it.
The mmmesao were aii arried
- our wa. . /
Occupy NEW OPFICE
Mr. and Mrs. iL A. Tansey have
a takes possesion at their handsome
L new home. 518 Verret street, whis
Sthey recently purchased.
Sla coectn with hi residene
l Mr. Tany has built a modern office,
Y- wheire i the tore he eam always
be tund. He is bell known n the
1d real estate and Insurance busIness.
having been estabulshed for many
i years. The ofce is thoreushly up
r, to date ad Is iie attractive.
* Mr. Norris . Noun., oe of our
.l best known !oag dCtise is man
In a of the. lasurane end of the
a bullnss sand Mr. Tiasey is In charge
, of the real estate. The4r new -phoe
SInlber nl AIn eIIr71 and the lea n
as i iis Verret stret.
I . .
MO suO day mev ig a w mamter
Waft wilt tE gis at the hubms
eaO ases ui ar Mr. By !clef. iY
II m a i et, who wl seresy
ee bO two T ears ag. Te
f IS o amae the hmnbt ie
t 5he n m e t n t ahe em s a
;i -, ,Wi-*dEii* jCl .r sm'4
Weddings of Hew s
'Orleans Folks t
v i s a
WEST SIDn cTWoPI WHO Mg. te
TERED TUH STATE OP MATI.
RIMONT DURING W . the
The marriage of Miss Edna Ines h
Wall to'Mr. John Peter Dickman was E
celebrated at a nuptial mass at the
church of the Holy Name of Mary, th
Monday morning, Rev. H. T. Hayes of
t The bride was prettily dressed In al
Swhite satin and carried a bou4uaet of th
bride's roses. Her vol was arranged ha
In cap effect. fi
The attenmants wore. Miss Louise t
Wn w Al ie Dis Mokhma. (Miss y
Kie wdonpe pale idecrepe Cm
emeteor. Both were hats to match.f
The groom was attended by Messrs. w
Albert Wall and 3E, P. Oeetricher.
CRUSHED BY TRAIN.
Four toes of the right foot of Lewis TI
Long, brakesman, 418 Vallette 8treet,
were so severely crushed by a
a switching traain at Hahanvlle at 7:45 th
a. m., Thursday that amputation in be
Presbyterian hospital was necessary. f
It Tho brakeman fel in the yards at
p Hahnavlle as he was coupling the
y cars of a train switchWng there. Train w
a number 20, from Marshall, Tex., ear i
i rled the wounded man to New Orleans at
l where ambulances weft waiting, and N
it rushed him to the hospital.
I JOHNSON IRON WORKS fr
re AWARDED BUILDING OF COLLIER. to
a . . o f
A contract tor the costruastlo of
Sa collier was awarded the Johnson
Iron Works Dry Dock and Shiphli
ieg Company by the Comolldated
Coal Compana o New OOrkes, u o
C m cordlig to an anieacsssat made by i
he Johnson Iron Wet..
Jgs, ottles and barrels conta
'g various assrtmat d of i, I
nearly a dosea bones of assotedI
candles sad a four hundred hole
pnchboard with, sixty of the holes
punched out were eaftiseated by
SCaptain Drmitry and the polle Of
no the Aliers station Late Saturday
The owner of the above ts al
leged to be John Hints, Jr., who eon
dects a sot' drink stand, i0 Homer
he street. Hits is charged with a 4
lar, n eo the state probitIbk act,
also the act relative to having a
Scandy punech board di his possession.
he ire csed by a deective k elect
Swire caused considerable damage to
the residence, wr Morgan strmeet
Ta arTh eoi l atqd in the kitchen at
5s Mergs, street, oecupled by aMrs.
Christina Thompeol , and damaged
the eonsem "e tthe emet o sm.
The eotenin at Io Morgan street.
Dsr ocucpled by Themas Wright, were
M1 dmages to the exteut eo about 1
of The buiM, wdeh Is owned by Mrs. i
SIMle IL. Talets, was damaged to the t
2 -ant of IS.
La WOMAN IiURT or BISfS,.E.
* ren n ye t ates, i u e*__ d -
gW mselaa l apt tie
A New Art For Ladies BE
Young And Old; Free F
Instruction To All A
One of the daintiest, most practical
and interesting ways for women to ado
spend their idle moments is the mak- of 1
ing of useful articles out of crepe he
paper and paper rope. This is not con
only a fad now in the East. but is lea(
rapidly gaining in popularity all over
the country. The paper artcraft is.
fast taking the place of knitting and con
crocheting because of its wide variety cha
of' useful articles, such as lamp Knl
shades, hats, vases, flowers, party Ma
favors, baskets, bags costumes, cen- mit
terpieces table mats and hundreds of day
other practical articles. ber
It is more interesting than most Bel
other handiwork and the opportuni- I
ties that it offers milady to incor
porate little original ideas into her tiol
dinner party and costume as well as reg
the economy of it makes it an occu- Ho
pation that all ladies and girls will cha
soon be interested in.
Basketry is one of the most fasci- sta
nating of crafts. The possibility of of
Icreating an endless variety of bas- ty
kets in every shape and size makes an
the work unusually attractive. Weav- Isa
ing with crepe paper rope and wire
is not difficult, as the wire is easily el,
shaped and the rope is therefore soft car
and pliable. This is in contrast to c
some of the other materials used in ord
basketry, such as cane or grass. This
is also probably accountable for the am
rapid increase in the popularity of "
paper rope weaving from season to
season. This summer at the New cot
York Chautauqua free instructions in oul
rope weaving were given every day
I for a ten-week period. Hundreds of Re
visitors to the Chautaqua spent some me
time at the instruction tables, which by
were set out among the trees within the
sight of the big amphitheater. Among vii
those who studied rope weaving were ma
many school teachers who will spread fot
the knowledge of the work among an
5 hundreds of pupils. of
SEveryone is Wearing a Paper Hat inl
* You may not believe 'it; because mi
r, they look so much like those made
* of straw, silk or felt that you cannot R
tell a paper hat from one made of
a fabric material. Just look closely at
if the nett particularly stunning sport
4 hat you see and very likely you will
finad that crape paper is the material m
le from which it is made. I Suppose ci
N yo will say.. "Wel, it they get wet
y they are: We" This Is nt. the t
,cae. Whe eUpe paper hats are
b. finied they wi stand the samen t
weather conditions as other hats. t
Sealing Wax wadee
If you wish, you may have a ek- t
lace to match every gown. With
sealing wax you can make beads of
many sies and shapes, and in almost
every color combiation Imagable.l
is This another Item that you have
often admired when worn by a friend,
a and you little realised that she made i
15 them herself. It is surprising what
In beautiful beads can be made after a
y. few minutes instruction.
it Paper Costume
l We cold write a book on this, but
In will merely state that a large per
' centage of the party costmes wormn
at Halloween, Fourth of July and
d New Year parties are made of crepe ii
paper. They are strong practical
anad by far prettier than can be had td
from other abrics, which is due to
R. the wide variety of colors and shades e
of paper availblMe.
Free IaLtreti t
· atructio in this work is free.
1. You may spend as much tie as yoa
ed wish In learnig, al materals to be
purchased from this store. The t
ameroenPleron Company of this
city has istalled a complete Art
craft Departmenat with two expel
emaed ad capaMle women i charge,
who will daive free instrctio to all
who come to their store st 400 Camp i
street. It will be adiable f.r you
u' to learn this art, as It wifl amt be
ted la before it is oae of the most
ol popular ndividual crafts o thei
isa ladies and young girls. A big s
b Fnmosment of the opeaaing the
of department will come out In this
lay paper soen.
or Am anidentiied white man at 7
ISO o'qlock Monday night leaped Into the
Ct river fro mthe upper afterdeek o the
Ierryboat Thomas Pickles. Life
L bats lowered at the ery ot "ma.
overboar" tailed to reach the spot
where the man disappeared In time
to save his life.
~ The maUs hat, a lask erby, was
t founad floatin me distance from
t the scene of the tragedy, bet mam
h latan of it did not reveal ay mask
me whlch might serve U a cle to his
The errybt was nearl g its berth
et, on the Algiers side of the river when
re pseeaene saw the man reh to the
Srail of the apper deck. Someoe
irs. lhted ad several reasbed to prevenat
the his leas, but wers too late.
Witnesses desrmed the man as b
ing aout 5 years da, fae et six
inhes. tal ad weishen 13 puds. ,
Re wore a gray suit.
CnL'Sr wELARE. i
Shoe w. a spasl meetla
r the Ch~sb. 1 l Uet Club
aug his enal t 4
BEHRMAN IS PRAISED
FOR HIS LEADERSHIP
At a meeting of the ward leaders
.of the Choctaw organization Frit
iday afternoon, resolutions wire
adopted commemorating the service
of former Mayor Behrman as leader
of the faction, from whose leadership
he recently resigned though he will
continue sitting in the caucuses as
leader of the Fifteenth Ward.
I The resolutions were drafted by a
I committee composed of James Malloy.
chairman: dward J. Eagan, Louis
Knop. Sr.. C. Taylor Gauche and
Martin H. Manion, and when sub
mitted to the meeting of leaders Fri
Sday were adopted following a num
ber of complimentary speeches on Mr.
t Behrman's career.
I- The resolutTons read as follows:
r- "The Regular Democratic organiza
r tion of the city of New Orleans. with
a regret, accepts the resignation of
I- Honorable Martin Behrman, as its
"He has served the people of the.
1- state oC Louisiana and of the city
I of New Orleans for more than twen
I ty-five years. with honor to himself
a and with credit to the Regular organ
e "We feel that we lose an able lead
er., but appreciate that the heavy
cares and responsibilities of leader
ship must be surrendered. by him In
order that he may recover his health,
and be permitted to devote hfi time
and attention to his private business.
o "We are happy to know that his
w counsel and advice will always be at
n our command.
y "Therefore, Be it resolved by the
If Regular Democratic Organisation. in
e meeting assembled, that we do here
h by express to him the sincere hope
a that he will soon be restored to full
E vigor and health, and will enjoy
r many years of success and the com
t fort and happiness of private life,
and to see and enjoy the, completion
of the many great civic undertakings
t initiated during his admlnistration as
be mayor of the city of New Orleans."
RAY SEEKS TO BUILD
at CENTRAL FIRE STATION.
ir Application will be made by Comn
Smissioner Stanley Ray to the budget
committee of the commission council
ft or an appropriation to estabish coa
he tral fire stations.
The commissioner believes that te-),
establishment of a central firs sta
tlon in Algiers, with four cospeanes
and an assistant chief in. charge
would be very valuable o that se
tion of the city . It would also emil
Sate the four scattered enagine houses
The additional expense to the city
In establishing the central stations
would be nominal, because, it o be-.
de lived, a fair price can be realised
at from the sale of the scattered stations.
,t In the general shake-p Ia tle
or- lice force by Supt. Guy Moleaey last
a week, those efecting our district were.
ad Supay. Path. Win. J. MeKalght,
pe fifth to eighth.
cal Patroiman Harold H. Ward, eighth
ad to fifth.
to Supay. Pati. Cyril Sheltoe, ms
leI enthto elghth.
Patrolman Alfred Dowlag, eighth
Monated Patt. Ddw. Williss, se
oth to eighth.
Mounted Pat Jo. Geantle, eighth
SPatrolman Anthony G. Sarler.
Soad to eighth.
r Patrolman Jo. Porcea, eighth to
alD trolman Ddw. WerUa, from
up etham to eighth precict.
ya Patrolman Jacob Wolverteno, bm
be eighth to ninth precact.
most Patrolman Lois p. Dab, from
the ninth to eighth precinct.
the NEGROES CUT.
Jaou Brown, colored, ap 4 ear a
barbed by trade got Ia e ri tseae
Banday afternoon when he loked Ia
the door blinds of the rwedaem at
i Sarah Bodrau, Sa ecrata. arah
the had friend, Martha Pollook ao a
the Names 8treet, visidttg her at thim time
ifs and when Sarah inquired of Bro
n why he was lookln in tbhere, he is
spot said to have applied ile epithets t
ae her. The Pollock woman went aut a
the sldewalk and Brown epeted
was the vile Ianguage. Wheresupo Broew
rem who had a rasor and the Polloek
am- woman a knife, began to cat eeka
ark other4 The woman was cat n theo
his forehead, the left eye and a cat ean
the cheek about sevea laches leg.
Brth Brown was cat on the left cheek ad
!ha eye about four tnches iong and was
the stabbed back on the left shoulder.
Mos Both were conveyed to the CharityL
ret iospital In the amblanace.
I h REV. HAFNER LECTURES
A lectare on the Itfe a Dr. Mar.
tin Luther was iave at aom
night by Rev. W. a Saeti,, af Tim
lub loetures hae aiteasted wide a osnt
S4 a have awn fee s hr ases