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Devt to the Upbullding of the Wedt Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly aewgaper."-MANUFACTURELR, RECOfR L XXVII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, TI1HIRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1919. No. 17. teW Albanl y. I, . l V t ii' Ar , sh p, sp)It be past thr, . I . .\li s ) ,oroth nd Carlotta 1<rtt a ill remain thar, ffew weeks low IIer'. ergrPant Martin ll I wsi in tontlI aI id of th ,' lo. ial ) hpli t I i )I 'r two days la l- v. .k ltring thi ' absence of ('apt. Jis. \\'h;atly. Chas. H. lt,t1 ick IItt S;turd;tty night for th 'last on t bnsi' ss trip. Mr. W. S. Hlots,ll of Nat chez. tss.. visited M.r. anl M.rs. A. F. Gerard last week. Mr. A. J. Gt.ranrl visited Mande rille and Covington oln usiinss. Mrs H. B. Bradford and daughter and Mrs B. F. Iiratlford have had their big seven pa:ss,,enger car shipped "o Pass Christian fromnt whence they will motor along the Gulf Coast to Mobile, Ala. Misses Cora Swift and Bessie Nichols spent Sunday at Gulfport, lis.,. the guests of Mrs. W. W. )lacum. Mrs. E. F. Coffey is at Hotel Dieu sure she underwent an operation h week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lands of Verret tregt have returned home after vis idet relatives in Pineville. La. Mrs. M. Quinn and daughter Alma ad Miss May Casey and a few other thad are spending awhile in Bay it Lols. Ian. J. R. Allen and daughter Mrs. W. F. Salathe, Jr., and two children the week-end at their summer lus in Bay St. Louis. lr. and Mrs. R. A. Allen spent the rit week at Bay St. Louis. Itr. and MIrs. A. H. Verret spent hW days last week with the latter's Mrs. S. E. Jermanson has returned a three weeks stay at L.ong and at Bay St. Louis. (Capt.) Nelson and daughter visifng in Oklahoma City. Min. Meyers and family haive re from a trip to Ohio and New Mr. Raymond Glaser has returned -- Mobile. Ala., where he spent a days with his sister. Mr. Streuby Drumm, a student at U. S. Naval Academy, Anapolis, is spending his vacation with Parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. . 307 Olivier Street. Is. Fenton Rahm of lonuston, Tex. spending awhile here with her Mrs. Albert Clark of Dela Street. n. J. A. Richards left Sunday fir LA., to visit Mrs. V. Barileaux. r1. 0. Aycock and children ra Sunday from Lockport, La. It. and Mrs. Louis Wattigny and are home after a pleasant la Houston, Tex. r. and Mrs. McKinley Vezien and danghter Clarisse spent Sinday ldeville, IA. i. Ida Baker has returned from Wells, near Boyce, La. IL . Gerrets entertained the -Month Five Hundred Club on 7 evening. The successful play Mrs. O. Aycock. Mrs. J. Ger Mrs. G. W. Pollock and Mrs. ktelly. Mrs. J. MC('loskey re the consolation. The next will be at the home of Mrs. SCoUllins. 1Matrons Club met at the home Mrs J. Oerrets on Tuesday aft the aucessful players being 0 Aycock. Mrs. V. Ltiarde. Mr. p. Hogooven. Mrs. E. J. received the consolation. The aeting will be at the home of h ya C rd Is spending two h Pass Christian, a guest at 9Sthit Bank home. Cayard is spending a week in Cu7, the guest of Mrs. C. M. SM ra. W. C. Hildebrand -- ral days at the Hibernian i Paj Christian. 554 Mrs. W. C. Hlldebrand P9ossession of their new S Opelousas Avenue, where . iased to see their many Denapoli Jr., of Bellevil!e . taken to the Hotel Dieu eling, suffering with an V tbihoid fever. -l5 Vanderlinden is spending iLafayette, La. at the V1 Ih cousin. Miss Leona SoIkY left Tuesday morn on a business trip. " t and Henry Dellucky '1. With their mother A5la 4do returned home a No weeks stay in - Ih Morrison, Mary Col ~WIIA Munts spent the w eek-end in Long Beach, the guests of 1Mr. and Mrs. T. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrison re turned Monday night from Long lBeach after a two weeks stay. Mrs. T. ('assidy and Idtughter ( laire spent the weetk at the Grif fin lHouse,~ ILain l'ach. Miss Victoria ltu-h left last Tues da:y for Sooth 'arot'!ina, whore she i.,; tllovlvpd at ti- (G,'vez-tit-ct"ft. , Ise I l-j.ital. IMrs. W . I;hin hand r hil r. 'tI i ft tot t yd for Ilunta v.l , fim th-t .y ill spnml awhile. i'hw. h:il:- h ai;d `hhlt. Sha, w of .n. il e. .La h. are tihe iiurs ,if the 1,i-t : s Stulllp' of T'Pe h,' St|'fent Mr- A\r hit Goun-r and lhiilren ;tIn .M 'rs. W . i nth in mufl (chil r,.-t ir e tu nai1 \\', dn sday f'rot t ,ru ick. l.. ' where h v - , the pnt a ' ep :t theo h,i , o.f Mrs. R. Scott. lrs. Loulis Iltniel. .11is (ti -- lia and little ('ecta lia left for \\'W ,t l,-,.h. Bliloxi wherm they iwill spnind -onti. time at lihe Graysoiln Ilouse. Miss .lice Ilnirvan after a ple ,,f ',t \i-it to Mis s C(' elia Hlym,,l -I ft for Seguin, Texas, where hl enters the '. S. Public tHealth Service. havin: charge of four counties Miss May ('ognovich has returned to her home in Nairn, LI.. after a two weeks stay here. the guest of M rs. Jn . Ileindel. . Mrs. ('has Krogh and childlren ar, visiting her mother in Amite Cit. 5Mrs. D. Almery and chi:dren are spending awhile with Mrs. Henry Tapile. Mr. ,Jno Kleinkemper and daugh ters Misses Edna and Anita left last Thursday morning on a pleasure trip to Chattanooga and to Ashes ille. They will be absent several weeks. Mliss Victoria Giepert returned Tuesday from Houston and Galves ton, where she spent a most enjoy able vacation. Mrs. J. L. Cunningham. Jr., anti family are home again after spend ing the summer months in Lafayette. La.. the guests of M. r. L. Cunnmng ham, Sr. Mrs. J. WVorley and daughter Net tye have returned from Hammond. La., where they enjoyed a delight ful stay aA "The Pines , the resi dence of Judge and Mrs. M. S. Mahoney. Milton and Hazel Lejeune have re turned from D)onaldsonville. La. Mrs. C. V. Frisch entertained the Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club last week. The successful players were s. R. . A. Tansey. Mrs. '. J. Lewis and Miss Rita Yuratich (playing for Mrs. W. Adams). Mrs. A. Graf re ceived the consolation. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. A. Garland. The many friends of Mr. Richard Maher will be pleased to learn that he is improving after a spell of stcl tess. Private A. J. Gendusa has received his honorable discharge from the I'. S. Army and returned home from Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. on Monday. Misses Ruth and Katherine Con nely of 1-lHouma, La., are visiting Mrs. II. Aycock and family. Yeoman Nicholas J. Gould. employed as water tender on the U. S. S. Aga memnon has been honorably dis charged from the navy. He made nineteen trips across the seas. Ile is residing with his relatives at 1:3 Alix Street. Mrs.. Vincent Beninate of Slidell Avenue. left Sunday to splen a few weeks with her aunt, Mrs. S. Cahibi in Gulfport, Miss. Henry Dufau of Slidell Avenue spent the week-end at Mobile. Ala.. the guest of his aunt. He was accom panied home by his grandmother who spent several weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. C. .1. Donner of Ope!ousas Avenue left Sunday for Lafayette. where they will make their future home. l)r. and Mrs. A. C. King have re turned from a month's stay in North Carolina. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Weaver left Monday for Chicago. Ill.. to spend a while. They will visit Buffalo and St. Louis before they return. Mr. Jno. Schroeder. Sr.. left Friday morning for New York on the S .S. Comus to spend a short while. Miss Dora Russo left Sunday for Bay St. Louis, to remain a fortnight,. the guest of Cozy Cottage. Mrs. E. T. Salathe and children are spending the remainder of the season at the Salathe Cottage, Bay St. Louis, Miss. Invitations are out for "Our Clas sic Dance," which will be given to night at the Avenue Academy. Music will be furnished by Sidney' s Jazz Band and a good time is pro mised all who attend. Miss Phyllis Coyne has returned from Plaquemine. La.. after a pleas ant visit to Miss Mildred Lalande, one of her classmates. Mr. ant Mrs. P. J. Coyne are enjoying a delightful stay in Gal veston, Tex. Miss Althea Heider is the guest of her cousins, the Misses Coyne. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hampton. of Mansville. have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Moseley, of Bermuda St. Mrs. A. Meyers and family of Ver ret St., returned last Thursday from Buffalo, N. Y., where they spent two months with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Vail and baby are sipending a whie nr Hormer, TLa. Hi Summer Problems /· /· / Nt / i 1_ • ...,,,, /. , , . / # "/ ,i I '' I/ , (Cp,,tf /, / ...-i t ,,,, -c,.,,# i #o "'$'IIM, %~~~~~7J· !5Y, L t-. ', .1 HOl(), ('OMI'ANY' ANNUIAL OUITIN(G IS (.REAT St'(''ESS Fifteeln hundred employes of the D. If. lolnies Company, Ltd., were guests at the company's eleventh an Qual outing Saturday at Spanish Fort, where races, games and dancing featured the day. Two bands fur nished music for dancing. Ice cream, cake, lemonade and sand wiches were served. Special cars took the employes out at 8::10 in the morning and returned at 5 p. m. Great interest centered in the races and games which were a prominent part of the program. Miss Emily Ford was chosen by1 Miss Anna Davis, welfare worker at the store, as the "Mysterious Miss Raffles." for whose discovery a $5 gold piece was to be awarded. No one was able to detect her, however. The porters at the store were given the task of supervising (listri bution of ice cream. cake, lemonade land sandwiches. Arthur W'ood(s publicity man for the outine. and G. Barnum. nlerchan dise malnager, said the event was one ;of the most successful ever given by the store. No work, they said, was dione by the employes the entire day. and none was done Monday. Labor D)ay. as the store was closed. PLAIYG(tROUNDS NOTES. On Friday, Sept. 12th, the "Ef ficieney Test" will beI held at the lo cal playerounds. under the direction of Messrs. Russo and di Boneditto. This test is for both boys and girls. and will include goal throwing, ru11 Wling jumps. etc. The new divini, board, installed at a cost of $30, is proving quite popu lar with the bathers. The pool will remain open until the end of the month, but is open only in the even ings. FISHING TRIIP. On Sundiiy last, a jolly crowd en joyed a fishing trip on the Lower ('oast. The crowd made the trip on the "'erlin" the fast power-boat of Messrs Jno. Ileindel and 11. Tapie. They made a very successful catch. SWIMMING PAIRTY. The Ladies of Algiers lIeview. K. of T. M. will give a swimming party, on Friday night. All members are urged to be at the ('anal Street ferry (Algiers side) at 5 o'clock. Algier*. Review is in a flourishing condition and all members take an active interest in everything that per tains to the good of the order. Mr. Vail expects to be back the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ily Acker left Tues dlay night for Buffalo. N. Y.. and other eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Baker and children have returned from Milne burg, where they spent three months. Messrs Bernard Rice. Walter Ellis and Geo. Munsterman enjoyed a week-end fishing trip at Buras. La. Mrs. Ed. Macnair and daughter, Rilma. have returned from New York. Mr. Chas. Hantel. Jr., is home from Birmingham. after spending some time with his sister, Mrs. L. Newman. Mrs. H. Acker entertained the iuchre Club last week. The suc cessful players were Miss Sadie Gar land, Miss Salome Kappler, and Mrs.. H. Acker. Mrs. Homer Herbert re ceived the consolation. After the games, dainty refreshments were [served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. H. Herbert. Mrs. R. E. Hingle and children and MIrs. E. C. Kohn, of Pointe-A La-Hache. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borne. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Adams and little daughter, Hilda, have re turned from Morganza, La. HOME AFTER THIRTEEN MOlTHS IN EUROPE Ensign Marius J. Fegan of 5:6 Olivier St.. has arrived home after over a year's service abroad. Mr. Fegan was Navigating Officer on the I'. S. S. Lake G. a vessel engaged in the transport of supplies for the American Expeditionary Forces. and of coal from England, Ire land and Wales. In this duty he visited every port of the French coast, Belfast Ire'and. Cradiff. Swan ENSIGN MARIUS J. FEGAN sea and Berry in Wales. and Rotter dam. Holland and Danzig, Germany. Mr. Fegan also made a trip to Paris and the front. bringing honim many interesting trophies of the bat ii-fields. Mr. Fegan has completed nin, years of Navy service and has now requested to he placed on the inac tive list. FA('ES IA)ITERING ('HARGE, SHOWS $1763, GOES FREE. Because John Madarac. to years old, an Austro-Hungarian. who had been a steel mill worker at East BIethlehem. Pa.. was able to produce ir night court Friday a roll of bills amounting to $1763 after he had been arrested in Algiers on a charge of loitering, he was immediately dis charged. Madarac. who said he desired work here and was unacquainted with the city. crossed to Algiers shortly after his arrival at the Louis ville and Nashville railway station. Hie said he did so because of the many persons he had seen going into the ferryhouse. ('ANAL STREET FROM L. & N. D)EPOT TO RIVER TO BE P'AVED). City Engineer Willis has complet ed preliminary plans for the pave ment of Canal street from the Louis ville & Nashville passenger station to the river. They were submitted to Commissioner Stone Friday. The plan worked out by Mr. Willis is for a double roadway for traffic with a neutral ground for the street car tracks. As thete is no private pro perty along the extension, the entire cost of the proposed payment, which is estimated at $37,000, will have to be borne by the city and the Dock Board. M.%Volt HEHIIMA N PlRESENTED WITH IOVING ('Ti'P. Asserting that organized labor ful ly appreciated the efforts put forth in its behalf by Mayor Behrman. John T. Banville. chairman of the Labor Day ('ommittee and grand marshal of the parade, presented the city's ex ecutive with a handsome silver lov ing cup at the Labor Day picnic Mon day night. On the cup shown above are en graved the words: "Presented to lion. Martin Behr man. Mayor of New Orleans, by his friends of organized labor for many services rendered. Labor IDay. Sept. In his brief address of presents. lion. Chairman Banville dwelt upon the fact that Mayor Behrman's friendship for organized labor is not limited to words. but that his dreeds prove it. It was while he was chair nlan of thie local adjustmentit com mittee of the National l.abor ioard 'hat Mayor Bohrman showed where hei stood on organized labor, ('hair man Banville declared. "\When the question come up for oettlement as to whether the w-,rkers on the Southern Pacific dock 'honuld he recognized as a union." ('ha;irman Banville asserted. "Mayor llehrman conclusively showed he was with u-<. \layor Behrman unhesitatincly voted to have the men recognized as a union, saying at that. time: "1 am a firm believer in unions: without them the workingman would have little chance." The loving cup represented a gift from all classes of labor, it being pro sented in the name of the (entrall Trades and Labor ('ouncil. TIII'cK STIIIKES M11S. HAHN Mr-s. Margaret Ilahn. :' years old oi :127 Slidell avenue, was ser iously injuired Saturday by an automobile truck at Louisiana avenue and Chilp powa street. Mrs IHahn alighted 'rom a iLouisiana avenue car at thle corner where the accident occurred. The injured woman says she noticed a truck moving at a rapid speed and stopped to allow it to pass. The negro chauffeur ran into her, knock ing her to the pavement, she charge's. Tile machine kept going after -triking Mrs Hahn and rail across the neutral ground on Louisiana avenue. a distance of about seventy feet, as sert the pplice. The injured woman was taken to the Touro Infirmary. She sustained fractures of the left leg, left wrist and contusions of the head and body. The police are searching for the negro chauffeur. NEGRIO 15i YEARi OLD SHOT AND KILLED BY ALLEN HALL. ('harles Jones, negro, 15 years old, of Nunez street, near Socrates. was shot and instantly killed Monday af ternoon by Allen Hall. 50 years old. 213 Slidell avenue. while the negro boy. was playing in the rear yard of the home of Harriette Clark. 214 Slidell avenue. Hlall was held on a charge of murder. Hall told the police Jones and sev eral other negro boys were playing cards in the open yard next to his home, and when he ordered them away they became abusive and attacked him with rocks. He obtained his revolver and fired one shot at them, the bullet striking Jones in the left side of the neck. SAVEI) STREETS BEING REP'AIREDI) The municipal repair plant is giv ing considerable attention to the paved streets in Algiers where there are bad places. Work has been going on during the past week and will continue until such time as all the holes and broken places have been restored. <1 /*1 A l ttl, Iy is dyinr . dtl.tht i- t li, 11te 1 - i- t Ani not ot l alt'fte tht h liIt' I 'p . ins fuh r a toty, the bI d. el:, gene,ý w" t,= hr litt'( hod, Ilis Hni e is ' :m u:iice. h )it l'.. hi ., i is only t ren His lmother left eith threel, to 'y p ho r coillpeny wthen. His father is a firman, a hardt asftl ing 1l1:11 yol Seo And his comfiort has to be \cith his wife and only three. 1919. IIIS'HOP SESS'.S RE(IETS I)FATH OF LO1IN .1. I'FTE4S()N. A letter received re'ently by Mr. Ger. Koppel, senior warden of Mt. Olivet Episcolpil C'hurch reads as ifol lows: "Oaks (luse, Dlenver, Colo.. Se'pt.' . 1919. Mir. Geo. Koppell: New Orleans. l.a. 31y dear Mr. Koppell: Let me acknowledge receipt of your 1 le tter and thank you for writint'. I I Icrally regret to learn f tthe death of Mr. Peterson. lie was a man of excellefnt charaeter and very deltotted and helpful to the church. The p ie ,ple of st. w Olivet will gjreatly miss him and I fully shant in this fptee'n of loss. We shall hold his he.ltflne-s in a llppreclitlive r emnlehtbralnc'. t(tr Mr.\. ail. 11 has done faithful and efficient servitce at Mt. )liet. and. I am sure othat he will ha'e thell kindost wisnes of the peol- ', where h(' goes to his new work iand their pray Prs tlfor his succ' tess. I(ItT S('HlOI, N.l) OFFIlE I Mr. O..I. Dl avieson is c.oni te p It in the early erecttioln of fa cm ined otf fce building. and school hon tlt\ctern Street inmmediately adjoinina his property which faces Verret Strnt. iThe purpose of the buildinse will bt ito use the upper floor for a school roe whdre l rhaniyt, drwit l-. dras lans hi v atithanr majttlit is will iie taught. Itl is this dkisir, of Mr. lavieson to s r nt tillhe lowrl floor of this hui blin lt for an offi- t Iluilinn. There will I two lare.t itoms illown stairs T il, th,, eSnT tire u!per floor will he one laIrg niu ditoriumn for the purposi of teuachilng our yollnm men in the new mnlc+,hanica l art. .\t the pcresent tilet tlhere i;l a rest demandl for yount lhen with ability of this kindt and MIr. tiavison wileho has taught in our ni ht sh:orl fMr nevwral ryears is very apt and catlt,'l for handling a school of this kind. Mr. Davieson says the buldhin- will , e n fado very attartetive iand ul t) ildate in every parrticular. IaEtlliMAN Tti atEtiIheEE'IIT' IDIRAINA(;E ('()N(;IRESS HlERE. Mayor Hrphrmaa n Turesrlay mvrn.,ing was notified byt Edmund T. 'ci.rins. of ('hicago, he had beM n nalMry :l to represent the National L)r:uinan 'anIl griss at the confrnce to cnll.s idor thie Miondel and t nith-b'hnals rain land Mills, to he he!d at the (;rbny wald Hlotol. Saturday. In his letter annountMin Mayor iIUhrmlan had bclcrn honior-d. MIr, Perkins asserts hes expects to ac;riv in New Orlsans Friday to attnt. the (onterence. TO) G;IVE E.EFFIT IRE('ITAll. A benefit vocal and piano recital will be given hy Mrs. I. D. Ilhodn and Bi:ly Dunn at the Kingsl,.y HIouse pavilion Friday evening. Sep tomber 5, at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs. Hitoden. form-ly Miss Mary Duplan is a graduate of the Louisiana stat,, institution for the blind and is well known in musical circles. Mr. Dunn is a graduate of the Tennessee in /stitution for the blind. Mrs Hodenl Sand Mr. Dunn will be assisted byi Miss Georgina Herbert, Miss May Col- , lins will act as Miss Herbert's ac companist. DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF ALGIERS ENDORSES COL, SiITES S 1.n ti;.. !t t. ' It. 'tI Ili t'i t .e t"i' ,'i. it i. !, ' 'i' t i 'i-t h :. i t l. - i ..i t"lIe .I t ! 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In mass meeting assembled. ldo her. i,y pIedge our earnest slupport to the candidancy of Ctolonel 'Frank hP S.itu'bs. and will exert our every effort to in- i sure his xelectioin to the office for which he is mlost cminient iY fit \'e-Nel is Firimi's NaIx' xMiss lil r tlx t I t) i ' : (: I ()lOp hli~.; i y 11l\ nu ' was a.l\rT'tld the $1 - .ll ill •olit, iv'n by It'li t i ii \-' ii in Ia l yi. ini i Nil s xir.. oir t ih - sn g"'tio'l xxi i ian appropritel niain ' Ifor their loi' cl.tanin an pr.. sinllli ll II sta' lihin t. .11any m.d varied ntrntt., \\.'r" uc ~·ilax xxiii ' x x iill tianx'' t. xxi' six gI sti'ul fXiur it wii' li tit-i, ai tl' taii \e-N tl sug.x'Nst.l d by Miss Ii u-iilli, \\i. l hois.n \' . 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For thirty days no ix'fnlltiu' will bhi ('harged. After that time unipaixi taxes will be Increased by the addi tion of interest. Practically ill taxes on personal property have been col lected.