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12 PAGES THE HERALD. 12 PAGES
M the Upbldhg of the West ide We RIver. "A very live and oredtable weekly ewnpapee."--MANUFACTURIERr RECORD.
xXVll. NEW ORLEANS LOU(ISANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919. No. 19.
yL XXVII. ___- -- - - -, . ____,____
 A. . Verret of 3:35 l)elaronde
ai been appointed deputy organ
rof the Masons' Annuity.
The Silent Helpers, King's Daugh
held their regular meeting Satur
F at the home of Miss Elizabeth
Uttle Wendling Lala the three
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas
20 Pelican Ave. is doing ni,,ely
ar undergoing an operation -or
)sdcitis at Touro Infirmary.
r and Mrs. Chisholm and little
a Russel of Port Eads were guests
Mrs. C. Entwistle of 316 Olivier St.
inM Germaline Couget has return
to Chatawa, Miss where she will
ad St Mary's of the Pines Col
, taking a two-year commerical
gr.
-rs J. A. Garland entertained the
irday Afternoon Euchre Club last
a. The successful players were
Ns Sadie Garland and Salome
WIer and Mrs. R. A. Tansey. Miss
garet Garland (playing for Mrs.
soogoven) received the consola
L The next meeting will be at
atme of Miss Sadie Garland.
re is. A. McCloskey is spending
sal leeks with relatives in Nash
h, Tenn.
as Donner returned recently
a France and will go to Los An
b with his parents.
fM Anna Vanderlinden, returned
hay night from Lafayette La.,
as she spent several weeks the
o of her cousin Miss Leona
Ilhniy Dinapoli of Belleville
at was brought home Monday
. the Hotel Dieu, where he has
aeisuisly Ill with Typhoid Fever.
L lyrting steadily and will be
m MiNllie O'Donnell of Bellville
i klit last Thursday for Mathews
sme her duties as school teach
One for the coming term.
arn EIffie May and Nanie Por
ef Helena, Ark., are spending a
b here, the guests of the Misses
Saud Minerva Gallinghouse.
ir. Joseph M. Spellman left Sun
for Lakeland to spend awhile at
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
MB.
i. John Caifbi has returned from
u Point Pascougula, where he
at a week at the home of his
ihter Mrs. A. Schiacitano.
.. ad Mrs. C. E. Dickey and little
I f11 Tuesday for Hammond to
l awhile.
Er. Ls. Kepper is spending his
h'ae- at Pass Christian Miss.
Esa Mrs. Win. H. Weaver, are
.g their stay at Chicago. They
im shortly for Buffalo where
Will visit their son W. Bancroft
Seer who holds a responsible post
S with the government.
S Osar J. Trappey and son
I. tramy, Jr., have returned
Pcaoula, Miss., where they
a te pnding the summer.
. Lg A. 'Brauner left last
- ight by train for Orange,
, Wn he met the S. S. Bron
Swhich ship he has taken
ew Podtion as 3rd. Asst.
- *r. s will leave shortly for
ab n sd expects to be gone
i bsoeths.
SjnMrs. Prits John and fam
fro trm ilneburg to spend
UI Mis Potts and children
Saim Monday for their
b hlaa .While here they
imt of Mr. and Mrs. W.
1l5lfe Ave. for three months.
U tRobert Platt, Medical
IL: hs ordered to Camp
- to Join a Field Hospital
- i there for service
, M rphy has returned home
i t stay in Covington.
I. Orera Murphy returned
trr e meg after an enjoy
LM=h t5 home of Mr. and
 ?Wlelerl In Bay St. Louis
Dvis left Monday for
':" t i and daughters re
th home in Lafayette af
5 Uslat two weeks here, the
evich of Nalirn., La.
"' lh Jao. Heindel.
ll, lved Monday on the
I s wuas in the Hay
I M - ent hurricaine.
fSeguin St. enter
* Thursday eve
s--- players were
Mii May Cogne
COURT OF MARY NO.391
WAS ESTABLISHED
ON SUNDAY
EL-E('TION OF OF'FI('ERS OF K.
OF ('. BANQUET ON ('OL
UMIIUS DAY.
Court of Mary.
Santa Maria Council No. 1724,
hkuiights of Columbus, Election of Of
icers for the ensuing year.
Peter E. Muntz. Grand Knight, by
acclanltion succeeding Geo. J. For
iest, who retired voluntarily. Jas.
L. Higgins. Deputy Grand Knight.
W. S. Dwyer, Chancellor, J. L. Lacage
Recording Secretary. Norris Nolan
Financial Secretary. A. J. Hebert
Treasurer. J. B. NMurphy, Advocate,
F'. O. Lyncker. \Warden. L. A. Donner
Inner Guard. Vernon Reaney. Outer
Guard, Hugh Humphrey Member
Iloard of Trustees.
Officers will he installed Wednes
day September 24, 1919.
Santa Maria Council stands among
the largest council of the state its
membership numbering close to five
hundred.
The meeting held on September,
10, for the election of of.icers was
largely attended.
This Council under the leadership
of Geo Forrest has made great strides
and the club house has become quite
a social center. Arrangements have
been made for an expenditure of
$5000 for improvements and altera
tions which when completed will rank
among the best appointed club houses
in the city.
The Council will be represented by
a delegation of ladies in the Ad
men's convention under the direction
of Joe Skelley.
The membership of the Council
took part in the ceremonies on Sun
day morning when "Daughters of
Isabella" an organization of ladies al
lied with the Knights of Columbus
Instituted the local Court- to be known
as "Court of Mary No. 391. The ladies
of the new Court with a large visiting
delegation together with the members,
of Santa Maria Council 1724 Knights
of Columbus from the K. of C. Home
Olivier and Alix St., to attend mass
at the Holy Name of Mary at 10 A. M.
On Oct 12, Columbus Day, the K.
C. will give a banquet for all of their
members. The affair will be under
the direction of Joe Skelly.
vich, Mrs. Henry Tapie, Mr. Henry
Taple and Mr. Edwin Brown. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Tapie in Alix St.
Miss Lucille Compton of Boyce, La.
was the guest of Mrs. Koenig.
Mrs. Frank Hoogoven, Mrs. C. V.
Frisch and children have returned
from Raceland where they spent
awhile.
Mrs. C. V. Kraft entertained the
Matrons Club on Tuesday afternoon.
The successful players were Mrs. R.
J. Williams, Mrs. C. V. Kraft, and
Mrs. B. Nelson Mrs. O. Aycock re
ceived the consolation. The next
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
R. J. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson and son
Milton have returned from Biloxi af
ter a short stay.
Miss Margaret Watkins of Berwick,
La. is the guest of Mrs. Jos. Chotin.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Drury of Berwick
are visiting Mrs. Archie Gouner of
Seguin St.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Heindel, Mr.
Gus Krogh and Mr. Henry Tapie
will leavr Saturday to spend the
week-end in Nairn, La. the guests of
Miss May Cognovich.
Mrs. Wm. Houmuth, and Mrs. Hy.
Voet and Mrs. C. Voet of Chicago ar
rived yesterday to spend awhile with
MTrs. F. Hoogoven.
Mr. Frank Hoogoven who is em
ployed at Pascagoula, 3Miss. spent the
weekend here with his wife.
The many friends of Mr. T. U.
Buchholz will regret to learn that
he was compelled to undergo an oper
ation on his eye this week.
Mrs. L. Prevost and niece Margue
rite of Baldwin, La. are the guests of
their cousins, Misses V. and C. Sperier
Mrs. B. C. Gilder and sons after
spending two months in Cuba, Ala.
have returned home.
Mrs. Mary Waller and sister are
spending a few days at Bay St. Louis.
Miss Martha Ponti of Delaronde St.
has returned home after spending
seven weeks in Greenfield, the guest
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Frazier.
The Algerians will give their first
grand dance on Saturday night at the
Electric Park. Music will be fur
nished by Harmony Jazz Band. The
price of admission will be fifteen
cents, war tax at gate 2c, children
five cents. The following committee
is in charge: E. H. McMahon. Chair
man, J. Nolan, Ex-Officlo, P. A.
McClosky, L. T. Lorio, L. Donner, J.
J. Parr, V. Rainey, J. Collins, F.
Lyncker, N. Nolan, B. Labit, F. Weig
man, J. Lamana, J. Tranth. Doors
open at 7:30 p. m.
The Boy Scouts of Troop No. 36
expect to go to handevile today with
their scoutmaster P. B. Flanders
MAYOR WILL A('('OMPANY
ANNUAL "BOOSTER" TOUR
Mayor Behrman has accepted the
invitation to go on the seventh an
nual trade trip of the Merchants and
Manufacturers' Bu reau, November
4-S. It also was announced that
acceptances have been received from
various wholesalers, jobbers and
inanufacturer.'t Pamphlets, souv
enirs and advertising novelties are
being ordered for distribution on the
tour.
Thos. Kennedy as troop leader and
Paul Pique is patrol leader.
M.r. W. P. Salathe returned Sun
day from Bay St. Louis where he spent
the past month.
Misses Dora Russo and Helen James
returned Friday night after a fort
night's stay in Bay St. Louis.
Mr. Addis Casey has arrived in
"The States" from overseas.
The many friends of Miss Ella IRi
chards of Verret St. will regret to
learn of her illness.
Mrs. Quinn and daughter Miss Al
ma and Miss May Casey returned
Sunday after a months stay in Bay
St. Louis.
Mlrs. If. L. Hoyt has returned from
a visit to relatives in Portsmouth, N.
J.
.Mrs. ('ora Johnson is home from
Ashbury, N. J., where she spent some
time the guest of her sister.
Mr. Walter Ryan left yesterday on
the S. S. Heredia for South America
on a business trip for C. J. Robinson
& Co. He expects to be gone about
six months.
Mr. Foster Ryan left Tuesday for
Porto Rico.
Mr. Henry Frazer of New York is
here visiting his mother.
Mrs. Jno. A. Younger arrived here
Saturday after a very exciting expe
rience aboard the S. S. Creole. She
will visit her mother and sisters in
Opelousas. Mrs. Younger was joined
Monday by her husband wh- e i as
chief engineer on the S. S. Cambridge.
Master Emmet Hingle was oper
ated on last week at Touro Infirmary
for the removal of his tonsils.
Mrs. R. E. Hingle and children left
Tuesday evening for their home in
Pointe-A La-Hache, La.
Mrs. Homer Herbert entertained
the Euchre Club last week. The suc
cessful players were Mrs. H. Talbot,
(playing for Miss Sadie Garland).
Miss M. Neff playing for Mrs. H.
Acker), and Miss Salome Kappler.
Mrs. J. Walter Adams received the
consolation. Mrs. F. Hoffstetter will
entertain at the next meeting.
Mr. Jas. McCord has returned from
Coco Sola. Canal Zone.
The many friends of little Charlotte
Hoffstetter will be pleased to learn
that she is recovering from her re
cent illness.
Mr. Henry Kevlin arrived at Nor
folk, Va. Saturday after fourteen
months absence from the "States."
Misses Sadie Garland and Florence
Burgis will be on the Elks reception
committee during the Advertising
Club's Convention. They will be
dressed in the costume of olden days.
Captain R. F. Chessee and Mr. Hag
gerty, chief mate of the Maraflow of
New York were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Campbell. They experienced
thrills during the storm, but arrived
safely. They will leave soon for New
York.
Mayor Behrman who has been non
fined to his home by illness for sev
eral days is improving, and expects
to be out in a few days.
2MR. CHAS. O. ROOM, JR.,
REMEMBERED.
Mr. Chas. Room, Jr., late mem
ber of the Supervisory Force of the
Algiers Naval Station, was most plea
santly surprised, on last Saturday
Eve., by a committee of gentlemen,
who called at his home, in Olivier
St., and presented him with a very
handsome diamond studded and plati
num watch fob, a gift of the force
of the workmen over which he had
direct supervision during his connec
tion with the Algiers Navy Yard.
The gift is a very handsome piece
of work. It represents the emblem
of the Fourth Degree of the Knights
of Columbus, a Catholic organization,
composed of representative Catholic
men of Algiers.
Mr. Roome was very much over
come by this mark of esteem and ex
pression of good feeling offered by
his late co-workers, but soon recov
ered himself sufficiently to express
his sincerest thanks and appreciation
for the beautiful gift-the expression
of their frienship for him.
Upon retiring from the Algiers
Navy Yard, Mr. Roome associated
himself with the Doullut and Wil
liams Ship Building Co. of New Or
leans whose shops are located at the
Industrial Canal, and immediately be
came the Mechanical Superintendent
of the company, a position of gireat
responsibility, but one which we all
feel will be most creditably filled by
him. His many friends are proud of
his success but prouder of him, and
if "good wishes" can assist, Mr.
Roome will soon reach the highest
pinnaele of the goal of success.
PETER MONI GETS TWO
HONORS
:IE('TEI) I I) GRAND KNIGiT OF K.
OF C'. AND SEI('IETARIYI OF'
ORhLEANS LEVEE
IBOAIt).
Back on the old job.
Peter E. Muntz began his duties as
the secretary of the Orleans Levee
Board on Tuesday having been elected
to that office by the Board at a Spe
cial Meeting September 11 vice Mr.
Eugene LeBoeuf resigned to take over,
the real estate business of the late
I . J. Peterson.
It will be renemembered thitr Mr.
Muntz occupied this position from
1I'0S-191'.2, hen this Hoard experience.'
its greatest activities in levee 'on
struction and attendingw.roperty ac
quisitions: necessary for the construec
tion of the present efficient system of
levies now in course of construction.
I)uring this period unusual high waters I
were experienced requiring the con
stant effort of the administration of
which he was a part.
Mr. Muntz is widely and favorably
known especially in this district, ha%
ing devoted much of his ability and
time to all matters having for its pur
pose the welfare of this district and
people. For several years secretary
of the Algiers Improtant Association.
Organizer and President of the Rail
way Clerks during the great strike of
1916. For several years Director and
secretary of the St. Mary 's Orphan
Boys Asylum, the largest of its kind in
the state. Member of the Exemption
Board 1:1 during the late war. and un
til recently auditor of the Judicial Ex
pense Fund Civil District Court.
Mr. Muntz is a life long resident of
this District having reared a large
family here and is a property holder
Active in labor circles and fraternal
circles he has a large circle of friends.
and acquaintances. On Wednesday
night of last week he was unanimous
ly elected Griad Knight of Santa Ma
ria Council 1724, Knights of Columbus,
this council with a membership of ap
proximately 500 members in our Dis
trict speaks voltmns, for the esteem in
which he is held.
Besides several business connec
tions, he is an elk and a member of
the St. Vincent De Paul Society.
The Herald takes this occasion to
congratulate him on this well merited
success and to commend,the adminis
tration for selecting men of this type
in its service.
* 1
SPENCE-SIMMONS.
The marriage of Miss Katherine
Spence, daughter of Captain and Mrs.
W. F. Spence of 143 Alix St., to Ed
gar Harold Simmons of Minneapolis,
Minn. was quietly celebrated Sun
day evening at 6 o'clock at the Church
ofthe Holy Name of Mary, Rev.
Father McGrath, officiating. The at
tendants were Miss May Duke and
Mr. Clifford Jordan. The young cou
ple are at home to their friends at
143 Allx S.t
GOEBEL--WOLL.
The marriage of Miss Minnie Alber
tine Goebel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Goebel of Bermuda St. to Mr.
Philip N. Woll of Hastings, Nebr. was
quietly celebrated last Thursday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
A Lembach in Hastings, Nebr.
The bride is one of our most charm
ing young ladies and has a host of
friends.
The young couple who were the rece
plant of many handsome presents will
reside in Hastings.
JORDAN-DUKE.
The marriage of Miss May Duke
of the city, but formerly of our town,
to Mr. Clifford H. Jordan, was quietly
celebrated Sunday by Judge TranthI
in Gretna. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sim
mons were the attendants. Mr. Jor
dan left Monday for the N. Y. Navy
Yard to resume his duties.
LECOURT-MeGILL.
Mr and Mrs. H. LeCourt announce
the marriage of their daughter, Cath
erine Albertine, to Mr. Paul McGill
of the city. The wedding was quietly
celebrated on Monday evening at 7
o'clock at the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary. Rev. Petit officiated.
Miss Florence McC-ill, sister of the
groom was bridesmaid and Harry J.
LeCourt, brother of the bride was
best man. After the ceremony an in
formal reception was held at the
bride's parents in Pelican Ave. for the
immediate families only. The young
couple. who received many costly
presents left the same evening for
Jackson, MHtas where they will re
side.
.AlGIERlS To IHE IREPRESENTlED
IN Al) ('LAilt PAGEANT
Our district will be r'epI,.sented III
the Ad Club pageant by a group of
our prettiest young ladie.s who will
dail'n, and otherwise piartc'icpate in
'I15 night" at Jackson ~quare on
the evening of Septenhchl)r 2'"nid in
hol(n(r of the del,'gates to the coni- I
vontion of Advertising Clublls of tle"
World. The young ladies will war
costumles such as were worn in tho.-e
,bays.
Among those participating are
Misses .Mamie Morrison. Margaret
Garland, Elma Vallette, Mary Collins,
Emelda Nichlaus. Grace Lennox,
('armielite Lecourt. Edwina Muntz
iMlary Hogan, Clare Cassidy, Olivia
BIowers. Claire Wilson, Mabel Corn- I
eaux. Alma (;erretts and Mrs. M. i(
Kirby Barrett.
JUDGES NAME D)ONNERI
M. E. Donner, veteran of the world
war residing at 911 Opelousas ave
nue, was named auditor of the Civil
District Court by agreement of the
live judges of that tribunal Monday.
He entered on the work Tuesday, tak
ing the place of Peter E. Muntz, who
was recently appointed secretary of
the Orleans Levee Board.
Mr. Muntz took charge of the
Levee Board office Tuesday morn
ing succeeding Eugene J. Leboeuf,'
iwvho resigned to enter the insurance
iNeld.
Mr. Donner went to France as a
private, but soon won a commission
and served as a second lieutenant in
the 125th Infantry, a regiment of the I
T'hirty-second Division. He we'nt
through the Marne-Aisne and Meuse
I Argonne offensive, going into Ger- I
many with the Army of Occupation
after the armistice was signed.
Since his return to New Orleans in
June he has been connected with the
legistration office. Before the war
Le was an auditor of the service of
the New Orleans Southern Railroad
and also the Algiers Railway Com
pany.
('LEMENT BUNGALOW DAMAGED.
The Clement Bungalow at Milne
burg, owned by Mrs. Peter Clement
of our town, was badly damaged dur
ing the storm last Saturday night.
Part of an oil barge submerged
at the mouth of the Industrial Canal,
about a mile away, swept along to
ward the peir at Milneburg under the
fury of the wind.
The barge split in two parts. one
of which was secured but the other (
half of the barge, which gained con
riderable momentum due to the high I
seas and strong wind, about 4:30!
o'clock, collided against the pilingd
and runways of several camps inflict
ing serious damage.
The greatest damage suffered by
any camp was Clement Bungalow. ,
The barge smashed several piling up
on which the cottage rests and inflict
ed much damage to the rear and ]
side of the camp.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Santa Maria Council No. 1724,
Knights of Columbus, held an inter
esting meeting last week when the
following officers were elected for
the ensuing year, vis: Peter E. Muntz
grand knight; James L. Higgins,
deputy grand knight; W. S. Dwyer,
I!chancellor; J. L. Lacage, recording
secretary; Norris Nolan, financial
secretary; A. J. Herbert. treasurer;
J. B. Murphy, advocate; F. O. Lynck
er, warden L. A. Donner, inner
guard; Vernon Reaney, outer guard:
Hugh Humphrey, member board of
trustees. Mr. Muntz's selection was
by acclamation. He succeeds George
I J. Forrest, who retired voluntarily
after a most successful admisIatra
tion.
PREBIDES AT THREE COURTS
Judge Martin S. Mahoney, of the
Second City Court, is not only pre
siding in Division A. First City Court
by appointment to succeed Judge
Arthur Landry, who was elevated to
the Criminal Court bench, but he also
is filing the seats o? Judges Ren
shaw and Stentz of the other two div
isions of the First City Courts, who
Sare on their vacations. Judge Ma
loney has been presiding in all these
courts since September 2.
LOCAL PUGILISTS.
George Sirey of Algiers met young
Roberts, champion 128 pounder of
Mobile. Friday night September 12th
in scheduled six round bout at the
Alabama Club. Young Serey stopped
Roberts in the third round after the
best exhibition of boxing ever seen in
Mobile.
Sirey Will remain in Mobile for a
few weeks so he can fight young
Bates who also. won by the GC,. O
route. Sirey who is under the care
of Mr. Hy. Maire never boxed better
in his life.
Young Jaundot another local pu
gllist won a decision over K. O.
Smith after three rounds of hard fight
ing. Both boys and managers intend
lnvading the East
THIRD DISTRICT HOME
STEAD OPENS BRANCH
IN ALGIERS
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AN1 V-EII{I-;T .STS.
'Ci., TFlurd I)istrlct Iluilling .\s
o.'iatiohi . l hu'h op"1ns its biranIch inl
Al:cie at the ('anal ('ilmnerl t i
hlat nk I tttersoi aiitd i'Ier"rt St. i
Savllin and Ilnllae-Iluying t last itut
in, organized a l nt d incorpirat.ed
in April S1'7. thirty-two years ago,
ont the old "Serial" planll. (hon inll u i
ersal opleratoti , ith the late Louis
iLeonh rd a. its tir'st presid.ent.
The Chlarter was aumelled in 1913,
and a l odified Dlayton plant adolpted,
andt again amended in 1i917, \,h
Vilas t1more inl actcorldance with modern
methods. and has enabled the Assottia
tiion to plhenomtenally incrtease its acti
vities, the plan being framed to imake
it feasible for the borrower of small
meains to acilire a hoe alt the low
est possible cost
When loans are grantiedl interest
begins when the proceeds i thIe loan
rowed withouu t costs. No bonus nor
premiui is charged. No expert nor
in poet ng lees are charged. when
a loan is grated on a new building
erected. We pay the first transfer
fee and thereby save to the borrower
fifty per cent of the usual notarial
charges.
Current stock is issued on demand,
and receives the same dividends as
the loan stock. These dividends are
compounded semi-annually, in May
and November of each year. All of
ficers handling cash are bonded
by a Surety Company. The Bank
Examiner makes an annual inspec
tion of the accounts. The Auditing
Committee makes its semi-annual
verification of the Association's af
fairs. preparatory to the declaration
of the dividends out of the net earn
ings and a sum set aside to the Con
tingent Loss and Reserve Funds
which are substantial to assure the
earnings.
The authorized capital of the as
sociation is $5,000,000.00.. its sub
scribed capital over $2,200,000.00.,
and its paid in capital over $723,000.
00. Its total assets are over $85u,
000.00. The association Owns and
Occupies its own Office Building.
The present officers and Directors
are: Win. Frantz, President. Victor
Lambou, Vice-president, Hattie B.
Scheele. Secretary. Adam Gambel,
T urer, Hugh S. Suthon, Attorney
Loomis & Wegener Notaries.
Directors:-Wm. Frantz, Victor
Lambou. Adam Gambel, H. S. Suthon,
Edmund Wegener, Hy . L. Frantz,
Hy. H. Ortland. John Hammel, Philip
Forscheler, John Lugenbuhl, Philip
.I. Schoen E. Stoll, A. J. Braud,
Michael Toepfer, Louis Schuler, Jno.
C. Dodt, Len. F. Gisch. Gus Seemann.
Hy. Acker, Jno. G. Weber. P. L. Jud
lin, Frank H. Killeen, Emile B. Doll.
Fred Hoffman. John T. Boesch, Sr.
MISS RUTH PETTIGROVE PASSEN.
GER ON CREOLE
Miss Ruth Pettigrove of Delaronde
St., was one of the passengers on the
S. S. Creole which docked here Satur
day morning, forty-eight hours over
due. The Creole weathered the hur
ricane bravely, not having suffered
any damage. She was anchored out
side the Passes for some time on ac
count of the terrible gale, and was
Erought up the river by Capt. J. A.
SGarland, one of our best known bar
pilots.
SAILORS VICTIMS OF STRANGERS
A stranger victimized John P.
Tromb and Jaun dela Cruz, sailors
on the steamship Charles E. Har
wood, lying at the head of Bermuda
street. Friday, when he obtained
three suits of clothes from them un
der the pretense of pressing the
clothes for the seamen. The stran
ger and the clothes are still missing.
STRUCK BY AUTO
Mf. O. Carey, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Mark O. Carey, of 341 Bermuda
street, was struck by an automobile
Sunday at 11:45 o'clock and sustain
ed injuries about the face and head.
He was attended by a physician at
home. The child, aged 4 years, was
l unnning across Pelican avenue, cor
nter o. Bermuda., when the auto. own
ed by Peter J. Cherry. of 501 Pacific
avenue, and driven by his daughter,
Miss Agnes Cherry, 21, struck him.
CHILD WELFARE.
On account of the Illness of Dr. S.
S. Braud the clinic on Friday will
be discontinued.
Conference and weighing will
take place on Monday. 2 to 4 p. m.
good dance on Saturday night at the
ihe 1 :*I i , .n
\T ,t I' ,it m et"h, ting o1 f tll t ,l ii :,
.t :I 1''t't"l ll l ll !\'tt1 4. Ill t'ht,  'hli~ I
I rlrll i th ol , l oi w i t 'an-f'r ti-I
I ei.>i- niinlt ; tillit I oir d istri !t :
\!i-.- Ida ll s IhaIs btn tll ran i-tro
frh t \Ot I nl,0,l1 N4. I to .Ad,)llt
1.1I:, I. ('l burll i fro tll .tdl llllh .llt`, t
to S. J. I'ttrllr. t
.11s Alict eI ShIau n'tiv orum
31i.. .in t J Hlar fr,,n liiI t to .1h'
Ilonit oii No. tIo to No. 4.
.ale, .1. L. tle ffron and Thlilola
MN ffl'tt f'ront list to No, I.
.1 .\.nii.s Haihial h 41. list to 1tc
I litith No. 14.
.1is.s Frainklin Y\tetl l ro li i t I
lBelleville kindergardeuli.
1111T .%S'HillI. OPE;N 'Ttr. n.
Otp ii oii o \ tnillng schools or
olel.'rs and nlat ive adults October
b. was announced by Superintenident
d. IM. Gwinn, of the public schools,
Monday morning.
Study of citizenship, the constitu
tions of Louisiana and the United
States, and the process of municpal
Sgovernment with special atttition
raid to the English language, will
torm the principal courses at the
schools for foreigners.
Foreigners' classes will be held in
the normal school. 1532 Calliope St.
and St. Philip School St. Philip and
I Royal streets.
At the ten evening schools for em
toyed adults, courses will be given
n any subject a sufficient number
of students select said Superinten
lent Gwinn. This of course, applies
to elementary subjects taught in
the grammer schools.
In our district the school is located
ii 1Mc Donogh No. 4 School, Alix and
Bermuda St.
MORE WORK FOR NAVY YARD
IN ORIEANS.
Much government repair work at
Brooklyn ship yards has been trans
ferred to Southern ports as a result
of the lockout this week of 4,.00 em
ployes, it was learned yesterday. The
companies affected issued a state.
ment today saying that all the men
had taken a "half holiday" Saturday
to enforce demand for a 44-hour week
are considered strikers and none willr
be taken back.
More Work Here.
ust how much work work will be sent
to the New Orleans Navy Yard as a
result of the Brooklyn strike could
not tbe estimated at the Naval Station
Wednesday, but Commodore Nelson,
the commandandt announced that the
Gunboat Wheeling had been ordered
here from New York for repairs.
tie said he had not been advised of
tbe trouble in the Brooklyn ship
yards and. therefore. could not dis
cuss the matter, but that he did know
that several ships would be sent to
ithe Navy Yard here for repair.
Other boats will be sent here ac.
Scording to Commodore Nelson, but
just when and how many he could
not say.
M-AYOR ILL AT HOME, TREATED
TO MOVIE SHOW.
- Mayor Behrman, who has been con
fined to his home for the past few
days was treated to a movie show in
4 his own home at Algiers Tuesday
night by Henry Clay Grant, director
of productions for the Universal Film
ICo. who is here to produce the New
Orleans photoplay romance. "The
Golden Legend" during the Advertis
ing Clubs convention.
When Carl Laemmie, president of
-the Universal ;and Harry Levey under
whose dlirect supervision the big pro
-duction is to be made, heard of the
Mayor's dispositlion they inimediate
ly sent a telegraphic communlcation
to Mr. (;rant instructing him to con
vey their regrets to his honor and to
offer him a little diversion with their
compliments by giving a spc.ial
screening of the latest Ulnlversal
films .
EIE(TEI) EDITOR IN ('HIEF.
R. Emmet Mahoney, the .oevennteen
year old son of Judge Mt. S. .ahlona.e
was recently elected Editor in ('hief
Sof the Jefferson ('hronlc:le" the popular
College organ of .leffer'on ('ollege,
Swhich has now issued its thirdl num
ber.
The little publication is full of pep.
vim and vigor and will do, a great
deal of good in bringing that close
I relationship so necessary between
scholars anid faculty.
1 James Comfort and Edward Lau
lin of over town are also atten
SJefferson this year.

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