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D W bX a I Mn0l othine Wo.o« OL N O ImAMr. "A ovw Nw aUd AdmNUb weekly 1mp20."-MA.IUAC TUiW6 O.R y.XXVII. NEW ORLEANS LU(WISANA, tlURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920. ro. 36. i 11 · II 'I i I Mrs. Chas. Watkins returned Fri day from Baton Rouge, after spend gS holidays with Mrs. Alex Chotan. Mrs. Florence Rolling. grand guar of the Woodmen Circle was a "Vitor here on Thursday. the guest SMrs, W. F. Short in Seguin WMs Florence Kinkaid is spending ti week in Baton Rouge, the guest -a gMir Myrtle Buell. TbI Matrons' Club met at the home d Mrs. L. LeLaup. The successful l yers were Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Mrs. G. . Pollock and Mrs. L. DeLaup. Mrs. . V. Frisch received the consolation. Th next meeting will be at the home : dMrs, A. Graft. oM, Claire Wilson entertained the k I'Rm Ladies' Five Hundred Club. The Isssuful players were Misses Rita igwgatich. Claire Cassidy and Dorothy g'gt. The next meeting will be at the S'Ma o Miss R. Yuratich. ain will be a Joint installation ol :gaemmt Lodge No. 3 and Virginia Igp No. 136, Knights of Pythias, at Sjfia Hall, Friday night. January 16. A. F. Burgis has been elected phy. for the ensuing year. Claire Finley returned last from Billings, Montana, where seat the holidays. A live Hundred Club was organ Teseday night at the home of Ura H. L Hort. ,Te many frlends of Mrs. J. 81rey. ,.d ~l avenue, will regret to learn 1 hr museres illness. Mnr. sd Mrs. L. Zleman and Miss ilbn g Zleman, of Mobile, Ala., io here to attend the Rault-Eng $ 3I, 3 rd L. Anderson and Mr >. kTurner were the gaests o. and Mrs. Robert B. Anderson agsay. Ada Test has ant returned to after a visit wth her end soir-la-aw, r. and Mrs. rd agIerus 3sene at the hem of Mrs. Was S i Msvene ae Jaomar 21 F. Uoosoveu entertained the Atteroo EUachre Club. sftul players were Mrs. Ia , s. A. Grat and Mrs Mrs. Hoogove reeolved The next meeting at the home of Mrs. Tansey. . and Mrs. Arthur Guepet, 212 iM, had as their guest during Mrs. Jules Gayral of Gib V.. Whitmore sailed Sn. * the 8. S. Fastport for Italy. Marue Tlrenit has returned Mrguans where she spent the :f B. Callero returned Sunday 'em Mobile, Ala., where she her sister, Mrs. R. Me who has been seriously ill, leuly now. riends of little Dorothy Sunees St. will regret to he illn-es. 5. Ma. rtol ed her mis Iept--Y ~ rweek. It rit timh they had met i As. Murtah returne to his b Iew York, ater visiting his 1nu. In.. Rapp of Pellean lme AvWII returned Put Olnese where e attend eaaetsien of the American *t 9. Mallne entertained the Ahoturmo live Handred lb mgeuuemul players wore Eimb. Mrs. H. L. Seuse and l 'nasyr. Mrs. P. Gooebl -Sm eamslatio. The aent 3 be at the home of Mrs. Me ard bibbo has re SAiiLusoa College after b hlidays with his z 4 .1. >;· . r t~~4IaIs 4'V Iha. iouok, has returned to his home in Pittsburg, after visiting his dpughters here. The Young Folks Euchre Club met at the home of Miss Mamie Fath in Bouny St. The successful play ers were. Misses Inez Wagner and Mamie Fath. Messrs. Bernard Rice and George Munstermnan. The con solations were received by Miss Nel lie Bailey and Mr. Hillard Bach. After the games, dainty refreshments were served and music and dancing were indulged in. The next meet ing will be at the home of Miss Gladys Roupbrich. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Munsterman spent the week-end in Buras. the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Felix Rigas. Misses Inez Wagner and May "Munsterman spent Sunday in Buras. • The Saturday Night Euchre Club r- met at the home of Miss May Ose in a Bouny St. The successful players St were, Misses Ruth Rihner and May n Ose. nad Messrs. Anthony Lauman and Paul Rihner. Miss Alma La g coste and Mr. Jules Barry received it the consolation. After the games, dainty refreshments' were served. ie Miss Ruth Rihner will entertain at uI the next meeting. 3. Mrs. H. Acker entertained the Fri s. day Night Euchre Club. The suc c sessful players were Mrs. Acker, 1e Miss Stella Abribat and Mrs. F. Hoff stetter. Mrs. J. Walter Adams re 1e seived the consolation. The next ie meeting will be at the home of Mrs. La Adams. UY Mrs. M. Glancey announces the en 1e gagement of her - daughter, Gwen dolyn Marguerite, to Mr. Claude •t lewman of New Yoyk, the wedding Ia to take place as soon as Mr. New at pan, who is mate on the S. 8. Han 6. ever, returns from Liverpool, Eng 7" And. it LIEUTENANT BURKE RETIRED. Lieutenant Alonzo 3autle, construc " ion corps, U. S. NMy ems of the D Idest officers in leth aot Iutcee at te Algiers Navy Yardt, r9iJd or 7 ders during the past we ek tng ' lm from active duty. LeA t8 and lra. Burke have made their bbme m lire for several years and have made a- a host of friends, who are glad to I- l~cw that they will stll reside here. r- INSTALLATION Of OFPICERW. SAlgers Review Na 22, Women's t Association ofithe Maccabees, to their installatlo o oofficers Sat night at whlchbeeting the tol were Installed: Past command Crlane Hughes; r, Ale » cspupander, Angse: t"in Oamb n.; H r ~arder keeper, VoestMa: Lik Dle seeast, Mas SQulan; master at arms, Francs har4gs; sentinel, leos Indelicato; . Antonio Indelisto. MAOCA8lB. S tl ehrsa Tint No. 18, Mao SceInstalled the 6liowng officers aqa meeting held lst week: Past y cqmmander, M. M. Nain: commander, 12 C. Broussard; lieutenant command S4 James Leddick; record keeper, E. b I aIlande; chaplain, Loais Brown; , Dr. Pollodc; sergeant, L a r ; master at arms, H. J. Daigle; . 1 of ., P. Kenalr; 2 IL of G., J. ! Suder; sentinel, Clas. Demings. he $T. MARGARET'S DAUGMOTI -o An interesting meeting of St. Mar e- gset'a Daughters vl hold in the L. E ry parlors Thttuday, January 8, r2O0. y annual repert was read and to hwed the organisalon to be in a s dld inaneial coqiltpan. Slans for the yeur were diseussed It -One will be a mebhership drive; th( other, the openin of the summer hoe at Bay St. Lou~ As this was the erst meting oftth New Year, the election o oofers took place. Th offiters will be lstaed on the 8 Thursday of * r.y. The e of date frodl the seoend to 4n Thursday wasu ade so as not to fllct with othermsUtlnp.s. ambers e rembded that next Sa y is the quarttly communion 1 day1 Postals will be ent out duringla d the week and a larg) attendance is re expted. ad Tie officers urge il members to dlloom to meeting no and then and ul getacqaintted wlt ,the spledid . ehatle work of tlLs organisation. Yas presence and toperaton will - give; mutual eneag emnt and Mr ak# St. Margaret'( Dauhterd the is ledl organlsatiou in the Holy Na of Mary Pari*) ii The Thermometer SOGREAT S m. IT WMSI IT COtD 1000 l °o oa SI-oW ZERO Op ::O..f l· ·;'· CITIZENS' BANK & TRUST COM PANY OP LOUISIANA. At a meeting of the Board of Di rectors of this Bank held the 7th instant, the following officers were elected: Charles J. Theard, Presi dent; Simon Pfeifer, Vice-President; A. J. Stallings, Vice-President; H. C. Grenier, Vice-President; Chas. St. Raymond, Vice-President; J. C. Del ery, Cashier; H. C. Doisze, Assistant Cashier; D. A. Chauvin, Assistant Cashier; P. N. Nott, Trust Officer. Mr. Charles St. Raymond, former ly Cashier, was elected one of the Vice-Presidents; Mr. J. C. Delery, formerly Assistant Cashier, to the Cashiershigl, and Mr. D. A. Chauvin, formerly Secretary of the Board, to an Aslstant Cashier. The promotion of these young men is in recognition of a great many years of faithful service to the bank. RAWI E MORTOWN BANCINe SCHOOL MAY BALL. (Algiers raach). The ball given at the Atheneaum early in May will be the largest children's affair given in the entire Southland, embracing about two hundred children thoroughly train ed in all kind of classic dances and the Algiers Branch will have a goodly share in this big ball. The class has over fifty children and all the dances, solos and groups will start to work immediately and we urge a full attendance as it is the earnest desire of Haines-Morton to make a wonderful showing at the ball for this year's work. We have the talent 6ver here that is not sur passed anywhere. BOILERMAKER FARML INTO HOLD OP BIG STEAMER. Louis Berthelot, 22, of 241 Pell can avenue, is believed to be in a serious condition in the Charity Hos pital. Berthelot, who is a boiler maker, is suffering from internal injuries. Walking between decks on the steamship Louisville Bridge, head of Mandeville street, shortly after 7:00 o'clock Wednesday morning, Ber thelot, because of the darkness, fail ed to see an open hateh ahead and stepped into it. His body plunged downward twenty fest to the lower compartment. His cries for help at tracted several members of the ship's cerew. PAUMENTEL RECEIVEB ROOG-I NITION. Mr. Emile J. Parmentel, step-son of Captain Joe. Wheatley has been recognised as a man of ability in his chosen profession, he having been recently appointed general fore man of the shop of the Knights of Columbus After War Activities or ganination, in their automobile de partment at Mobile, Ala., where stu dents are being taught construction and repair and assembling of au tomobiles. Besides being elected foreman of the shops at Mobile, he will also have charge of the instruction course at the night school. Young Parmen tel is a finished mechanic and be sides his mechanical knowledge, he also has a good eduaetion which qualifies him eminently to filn the poeltloa for whle he has beea se lected, namely instruetor in the might scheol for thse young me chanics. rs. 3a.l rm taer, 518 Boeuy street, was kuoshed down by a tresh NModa7 aftermosm, while she was watlag s a street ear at North Pehms sed al *re.t The traesh med tb Jh latmlmal "e@ to a harep 'i REANEY-HAN&. The marriage of Miss Plorence P Hans. of this city, to Mr. Andrew Reaney, of our town, was celebrated at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. in Louisiana avenue, on January 5th. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Remy Charles. The groom Is.a valued employee of Doallut & Wilflams and has a host of friends here who wish the young couple all good luck. They will re side in the city. RAULT.ENGLER. One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that of Miss Violet Engler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. En ler, of Teche street, to Lieutenant Cl mans V. Rault, which was cele brated at a nuptial mass at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, on Tues day morning at 8:30 o'clock. The church was beautifully decor. ated with palms and terns and wa " filled with relatives and friends of the young couple. At the appointed hour the bridal party entered the church to the strains of the wedding march from "La Pro phete." The bride, who is one of our most charming young ladies, was giv. en in marriage by her father. She never looked lovelier than in her wed ding gown of white georgette crepe over silver cloth: She carried a show er bouquet of yhite roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Ed Prejean was matron of hon or and Misses Claire Harrigan and Anna Rault were bridesmaids. They wore pink georgette over silver cloth and carried bouquets of pink roses. ' The groom was attended by Mr. Joseph Rault as best man and Dr. George Dubiusson and Dr. Chas. Adolph as groomsmen. r Miss Anna D. Sadler and Mr. Jules Gondon accompanied Prof. Herbert on the violin. During the offertory Miss Estelle Engler sang "Ave Maria" and during the signlng she sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee." After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of a the bride's parents for the immedi a ate relatives. a When the bride's cake was cat Miss g Estelle Engler received the ring, Miss Madriene Zieman the coin and Miss f Irene Laskey the thimble. The young couple, who are both very popular, received numerous cost t- ly presents. They left the same day n on the Panama Limited for New York,. I- from whence they will sail for Port am Prince. Haiti, where Lieutenant f Rault la stationed. o The out-of-town guests were: Mr. e and Mrs. L. Zieman and Miss Madrine - Zleman. of Mobile, Ala. S AILO OUND IN STUPOR IS REZVIVED AT HOSPITAL. Pound in a stupor at :45 a. m. e Tuesday tandering about the street at Canal sad Decatur, William Short, t2, a sailor statioeed at the Algiers station, was ruresitated a little later b Charity Hoeital physleias. L R. HOod, 801 Carondelet street Sdseovreud Short and amited him to k the Lisville sad Nashile depot at -I the Ioot o Canl strseet. where Pa k tre~a eblsqr and two other sa. Sore at3teste& Ia avve him., Bel ii ath n husliU9 his EIGHTH GRADE I'UPII GET GLIMPSE OF HIGH SCHOOLS. . More than 1000 eighth grade pu- t pils of the city schools received their first vivid impression of high school Wednesday. when they assembled at 2 the various city high schools and were addressed by the principals and faculty. They were given advice as to what * they will be taught in the high I school and what studies they must d assume for the divers courses. They c are to confer with their parents dur ing the next two weeks to decide I which courses they will pursue. Their decisions must be in the hands t of the principal of the chosen high I school by January 19, in order to arrange for the opening of the Feb ruary term. t More graduates of the elementary school enter high chool at the ( February term than at the September I I term. according to Superintedt I Owinn. They are not allured from their tendencies ,to study by the f long idleness of summer. * The as- I semblages at the high schools Wed-. I nesday were meant to induce a greater percentage to enroll than that of last February. tI BANQURT IN HONOR OP CAPT. JOSEPH WHEATLEY. A banquet in honor of Capt. Jos. b Wheatley was held last Saturday night at P. J. Tranchinas's home on the lower coast, just below Algiers by his K. of C. friends. The party left Algiers about 8:30 in 8 autos and arrived at Tranchina's beautiful plantation home about 9 1 o'clock, where a fine dinner was spread. During the course of the dinner r Capt. Wheatley was presented with I a beautiful gold handle pocket knife r by Geo. J. Forrest, who announced [. that this as well as the dinner was Sgiven as a token of the esteem of I . the Captain's friends present. Mr. & Forrest then called on Mr. Chas. O. Roome to act as toast master and he i. in turn called on every man present a who paid lots of compliments to their y good old faithful friend Capt. Wheat b ley. Among thase present were Geo. J. Forrest, Chas. O. Rooms. Jr., A. W. Grimes, Joes. P. 8kelly, Ralph Nolan, Prancis Richardson, Dave Williams. Judge Thomas Goff, ena tor Charles Hendrichs, John Moy n nagh. James P. 8elph. Capt. Jos. s Wheatley, John Murphy, Raymond d Nelson. C. L. Raymond, Wm. Hauer, t John Ford, Bernard De Rocha, 'Doug las Roomes, Al Bourg, Wm. Zerangue, A. Gainnies, Peter McGivney. John A. Barrett. Jr., A. Brodtman, J. Tredau, N. J. Nolan, V. Rainey, Hy. Ormand, Ben W. Borne, Geo. Escouse, Wm. i Judge, Nat Chesnut and Joe Herbert. s FOURTH ANNIVERBARy. h Mr. and Mrs. Emmett L. Casey en t- tertained a crowd of little boys and y girls at their home on Sunday after noon in honor of the fourth anal vrtersary of their little daughter It Faye. The little kiddies had a dandy time dancing, singing and r. playing games. The lanr prise winners were, Lea Casey, Anna Mae Adams, T. H. Conway and Simon McNeely. Dainty refreshments were served and little Pays proved her [ self a charming hostess. Those pres ent were, Lea and Loretta Casey, Anna MHa and Imelda Adams. Mer n. eedes Smith, Iris and Ruth Casey, st Margaret Aucoin, Vallery Krongh, 't. Helen Ose, Ruth Donfelsher, Lillian rS and Franles Hale, Berniee MeNeely, sW ime and Junior MeNeely, Prank Smith, Richard KEeogh, T. H. and a Iarold Conoway, Wiliam Lily, Rob to ert Iund. Loeias Zinc, Arnold. Leek as man. Roland Jame, Mr. and Mr. SICasuban, Mr. mad Mrs. W. Casey, II Mr. and Mrs. . .Meeely, Mrs. PF. C. .r Andersnm, e Case , Alma qusn, S.asel Pant d Mr, 3.. Imst, Mrs. ener.~ 11ll)()(Hll NO. .5. Good English Week is being ,b s r\ved in the school with appropriate exerc(is s ill thle )basemenlt.t eac(h lay. Stories. gamlles and riddles form soime of the devices for getting "lettter Speech for Bletter Americans." The, children are reading' quite a numbher of Supplementary Read Iers. They read tihe stories and tell them to the class. The following in Fourth Grade II. were perf.ct in spelling Mable tHanley. Hilda Bowers, Violet Jordan. and Thelmna Willis. S AIM)IPH IMEYEIR. SMr I.azar Block. of 'he department of attendance, was a visitor at the school during the week. .\ c(omnlittee consisting of five gen tlemen and five ladies, all members of the ('o-operative Club. called at the Svhool Board meeting last Friday ninht. The objct of the call was to º lay the urgent needs of the school be fore the board and give the reasons for asking for an annex to the school. r I Mrs. John Lusk. president of the Co operative C!ub. very clearly set forth the needs and urged the members of the board to look into this matter. After satisfying himself that the re quest was a much needed one. Mr Zack Spearing. president of the School Board. referred the matter to Mr. I Reuther. chairman of the building committee, who promised to visit the school in the very near future and I look into these needs. Superinten i dent Guion also voiced the sentiments of the Co-operative Club, and as the matter has the endorsement of the B President's Co-operative Club. no " doubt remains but what it will be at- I s tended to at the very earliest possible t time. This is "Good English Week" in all publlc schools. In all grades above the third in this school the purposes Sand aims of good English are being e discussed. A general slogan is bel r taught, a pledge to "Good t gtves, and resolatlons to 9w". on:i y t "Good. agilish" both In afdi ott u: a school are made In the second and s third grades Good English' is being I- taught by the use of language games. a A WELCOME HOME SURPRISE DANCE. A surprise dance was given Miss Clare Finley. on last Thursday night upon her arrival home from a visit to Billings, Montana, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Thompson and family for the Xmas holidays. The hostess declared she had never before experienced such a real surprise. The happy bunch en. * joyed themselves dancing until early in the morning. Those present were: Misses Nettye I Worley, Ruth Vallette, Victoria Gle pert, Florence Senner, Edna Gerretts, I r Anna Davis, Maidie Chestnut, Mar b garet Dilsell, Alice Dilsel, Frederica · Stansbury, Mamye Morrison, Ines l d Combel, Ethel and Sidney Olroyd, Alma Gerretts, Anna D. Sadler, Eu a genia Mahoney, Irene Laskey, Connie Madden, Alice Judlin, Alva Salathe, Margaret Garland, Mayme Carroll, Ger trude Finley, Clare Finley; Messrs. t Albert Hotard. Jim Tufts, Roy Schro r der, Tom Kennalr, Hugh Humphrey. STom Buchholz, Raymond Richards, Lucas Conners, Earl Calolluet, Arthur Hyland, Jeff Gerrets, Maurice Eagan. Mr. Spencer, Billie Hodgins, Hlenle h Meyer, John Murphy, Ralph Morrell. Norman Brownlee, Bill Keller, Magnuns . Harper, Jimmle and Edward Finley: Mrs. E. Healy, Mrs. H. M. Vallette Sand Mrs. M. Finley. CLUB ENDOIIEB COL. BTUBDS. The Italian Progressive Association * of Algiers held an interesting meeting SSunday, when resolutions were adopt Sed endorsing Colonel Prank P. Stnbbl j for governor. It was decided to take . part in a body in the parade on Sat t. urday night to the Athenaeum, where Colonel Stubbs will speak. t U I iee ýV 7 < .r FINAL RALLY TONIGHT REGULAR DEMOCRATS WILL 'GATHER AT FOLLY THEATRE Mayor Behrman, Luther Hall, George Favrot, Loys Char bonnet, JohnD. Nix, Jr. and W. B. Hamlin Will be Speakers T The . regulr ' enlo('cratic organiza tion of the fifteenth ward will hold e their final rally tonight, the - Folly Theatre having been retained It for this purpose. It is expected that this rally will be one of the i. largest ever held in Algiers, due to , the fact that an opposition ticket in ..Algiers is out for the first time in a good many years, thus stimulating a desire to have a big meeting at this time. The Folly Theatre has a seating t capacity of about sixteen hundred e people and it goes without saying that every available space will be . taken for this meeting tonight. S There will be music and fire-works e and the regulars expect to show v their opponents that they still have in them the old time pep which has won so many battles heretofore. SThe principal speakers of the even ing will be Mayor Martin Behrman, who will be followed by Luther Hall, George Favrot and W. B. Hamlin. B1 PARADE ON SATERDAY 1, Music will accompany the big Al giers parade to the Athenaeum Sat urday night. In order to attend the e big grand final rally of the Regu I lar Democrats at the Athenaeum on Saturday night, elaborate prepara ations have been made by M. J. e Rooney the chairman of the parade e committee in Algiers to go to the O city with almost every voter in Al L. giers. Arrangements have been e made for a band of music and there will also be fire-works to enliven the 1 occasion. e The parade will form at the corner slof Verret and Eliza streets and the gdifferent precincts will have their organizations as follows The first, second and third will meet at Ver y ret and Alix Sts.., thi foeru pre S'elect- at ftletite and Patterson~ d streets. the fifth, with the Italian g Progressive Association, at Jlmira b. and Evelina 8t.. the sixth aged sev enth at Opelousas and Elmira Aves. The parade will start at Verret, thence to Seguin, to Morgan, to the a ferry, to the city, to Canal Street, y up St. Charles to the Atheaseum. a The grand marshal will be Wa. e Bloom, with the following Adee: r. James Foster, J. P. Kissinger, Hy. a Damon. Alphonse Soulant, Jos. A. e Bevan, B. H. Blakeman. Ben Labit, Gus Dupuis, Chas. Conners, Herbert , Gordon and Chas. Esnard. USti'KSS ATTENDS BSAl FROM * ARMY CARS IN ALGIERS. S uccess attended the sale in Al l giers Thursday of canned goods and r. candy frort army motor trucks. a One truck wrs stationed at Alli z and Verret streets, the other being I, at Teche and Homer streets. The . chief product was No. 2 size canned e tomatoes, retailed to purchasers for eight cents. A large quantity ot r candy also was sold. The trucks will visit Algiers agqIn today Jnd Swill have for sale Canned sorn beef, canned tomatoes and candy. . r BUPREME COUIRT DECIDES IN , FAVOR OP PEULX I. BORNE le The Levee Board case was in the I, Supreme Court on an application by i John P. Veslen for a review of the recent decision by Judge Theard of te the Civil District Court, refusing to grant an injunction to keep Feliz Borne, Sr., from supplanting him. The Supreme Court, by a unanimous Sdecision, merely refused to grant the tg writ of review, assigning no reasons. it The decision, by agreement of coan Ie el, applies to the two other similar te cases. Thomas Killeen vs. A. S..Cain, it- and Thomas Smith vs. Stanley W. re Ray. Governor Pleasant appointed Borne, Cain and Ray In December.