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S Ikvted to the 'pbuilding of the Vl st Side of the Riveer. ". very live iad creditable weckly nespaN r."-M31.1%1 .t I' 'Ill; ' IF:I't4)ItI). , XXVll NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920. No. 3 ~,, ! VtorY Social ('lu will civs grand dance Sat lrday, M1ay I e Avenue Academy. Good Av.dmission thirty cents. g B. Gaffney left Saturday I Beaumont, Tex.. to spelnd ,,a, with her husband. k.dl Mrs. Jack Aucoin and son a few days at ('hetlneyille. Archie Gouner. dMrs. Willie d Mrs. R. scott ..pent Mon - laton Rouge, La. Ala Salathe and Mliss Chris g OlN returned from liaton IA., Monday night. after a ihtftal visit of a few days. BpigIht Salathe spent the is tMorgan City with the et Columbus. SL Tom Malone entertained y, Afternoon five Hundred it C. Kohn of Pointe-A-La i-., is spending a while SlgarIY Ruble left last Friday s Yotrk and for Columbus, N W ht relatives. * mto daughter of Mr. and AM Christy was baptized ($sy by Rev. S. L. Vail. i ome received taie name of I./ RJgM(d Christy came in last ly ntayville, La., to visit his .Ihidoner and Mrs. W. at the Immigration Sta. ~ ai s Munstermann and ' di Sunday morning from • I. Smith, district man d gb Woman Circle, return ig a very successful trip her territory. 1. B Allman spent a week at IL I. l'Trult and sons, Louis ga ld Liasa Hilda 'reazeale 3" vnmsg from Mor eru They will of Mrs. J. W. Adams SJlta avenae, ror a few * t'ltneh and son Behr 'ipeslt ite week-end at home in Heartsease Murphy left Friday .Mw York. of Greenville, S. a while with his . J. Laskey of Olivier lltti boat, Verlin, a MI Point Beka on a tadud, and made a catch of perch. does. Those who UMas.. Henry Tapie, Harold Brown, and rIiha, third assistant from Baltimore Swhile at home. Lbroussard of Slidell tlqdr for a month's hI.sents in Cleveland, Cslbot of Slidell arter under-1 .Um and daughter, at their sum St. zouis. MMats and Yvonne gtuests of their SRa st. Louls Sun .Merrson entertained 1 F4l ive Hundred Wmling. The suc Wre Iilsses MaIy Kraft. 'Miss the eonsolatlon. Sllbe at the home , C. H. Hoke and P. aeers, and chil. -MLk-end with Capt. Dhlmeyer at Mls. i iddhsker left Sun 'n, to be gone 4 He will be I.ther and his sis er and daugh are guests of L. Cunning'ham, Will leave today .Usd a few days. tac Tal Sfeature "The SAlso the the "Invisilble -Ch rles Mo Clae," a five . Also one seeale news. SHick," a co-starring Barriscale. but don't 5 ome see it Million' .l•)illNt.)N FIRM C•MPLETEI). .111 property of the New ()rlells IDry Dock and Shipbuilding coni pally has been tlurner o%1er to the Johnslllll inter'ests. thls 0 'consu ln iat ing tlihe consolidation with the irone l w orks. ('ombining the two plrop erties ais the purpose or the recenti il niatlglinatloll for which a large amolllntll of stock was issued. The, sale of stock has bwen completled by the Securities Sales companya. of Louisiana. Inci.. olty :i few bonds being left. andl the tloney has boon paid for the idry dock property. I':NTEIITlAINS .%T IIINEilt. tOn A1ay 24th. Mrs. A.ntelia Smith enterta:ined at dinner ill hlioll" of the a;ilivei v r r. of Ither b:irt h. Thllos pretsent Were Air. iand i lrs. G. X. Frisch. Mrs F . A. ('ristadoro, .1Mrs. C'. X. Freder-ick, .l rs. .Lee .cC('les niey. .lr. Jno. 1.. Smith. Sr.. Mr. and Mrhs. I. (. lRostrup. Mr. and Mrs. .1. I, Simitl. Jr.. and Mr. and .Mrs. S. G. Snmith. In the teveninl re frie'elllltllt were alsoi served. I.%l'\ I'.ARITY FOR SW IMMINl 'rANK CREEl s. O()n Tuesday evening a meeting was held at the home of .\rs. J. E. liuckins to make arrangemnents for a lawn party, to be given on Junie 15th, to raise funds to erect screen partitiont s around tile et!tire swuin nuing tank. The awnings that were usedtl lat seasonil are worn out and inl order to get a more lasting screen, the ladies have taken up the mnatter and have arrangedt for the lawn party. There will be a free lawn party at the Playgrounds from 5 to S p. m. on tilhe eveing of June 1,th. Re freshments will be sold and there will be fancy (ldancing hby the little girls front Algiers. The Shrliners hand will furish music. Front S to 12 o clock. there will be dancing at the Avenue Academly. The admission will be twenty-five cents, including war tax. All persons who are interested in the swimming tank are Invited to attend the next meeting which will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Hiuckins. 324 Alix St. ENJOYAB.LE EVENING;. The monthly social meeting of the members of Helpmate o 531 Div. 377. was held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Judlin of 424 Seguin St. All present spent a most enjoyable evening. Delicious refreshments were served. Those present were. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Calhoun. Mr. andti Mrs. E. H. Cayard. Mr. anti Mrs. W. T. Christy. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Conery. Mrs. W. J. Furlong. Miss Alice Judlin, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Judlin, Mr. and Mrs.. M. Judlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Judlin. Mrs. John Lisbony. Mrs. A. J. LeBlanc. Mrs. F. W. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rooney. LAWN FESTIV.IL. A lawn festival for the benefit of the Holy Name of Mary School will be given under the auspices of the[ Daughters of Isabella. June 2nd and 3rd. 7 p. m. Pupils of the Holy Name of Mary School and the Cassidy Morrison and i Collins Schools, will entertain with folk dancing and fancy dancing. Refreshments will be served. There, will be a Creole kitchen, where butm bo. chicken salad, chicken jamba laya. and dripped coffee will be served in true Creole style by a gen uine Creole Mammy. A wondterful time is promised to all. Don't fail to come. IPA RTY. On Sunday, May 23rd. Little Juni or McNeely entertained some of his friends at a party. Music, dancing and games were enjoyed by all. Thei Foxy Grandpa prizes were won byl Charles Morsholder and Arthur Pice, Lee Casey and Faye Casey. The little ones marched to the table where delicious refreshments were served. Little Gladice Sadie, Sims pulled the lucky ribbon with the ring. The little ones present were. Doris Faye McDuff. Elba Oswald., Ursula Saneton. Agnes Kerner. Leel and Loretta Casey. Iris and Faye Casey. Mildred and Margaret Duffy, Irma Lee and Gladice Sadle Sims. Babies Ruth Casey and Bernice Me. Neely. Lloyd and Erwin Salathe, Charles Morsholder, Howard Smith. Stanton and Godfrey McNeely, Ar thur and Emery Price, Tom Sanc ton, Simon and Junior McNeely; Misses M. Price, M. Stumpf. and L. Palanque, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Price, Jr., Mrs. E. L. Casey, E. L. Tiilton. H. P. McNeely. O. Sims, P. Aucoin. and Mrs. S. S. McNeely. Little Junior received many pretty and useful gifts. VINIT TO SPANISH FORT. A most enjoyable week-end was spent at the American Club, Spanish Fort, by a Jolly crown from our town. Those present were Misses B. and E. Long. M. Wattigny, and J. and L. Ooodwin: Messrs. A. Smith, W. J.. Owens. W. Dellaman, F. Sensmeyer, B. Peck, C. Herbert and G. Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. J.'Long, Mrs. A. Peck and little Lelia Wattigny, Mr. and Mrs. Crackshank, Mr., and Mrs. A. W. Ooodwla and Mr. and Mrs. Gney and children. WE The Last Straw WHEN P0.1 WCDREWL OH: 5 00DW5s IOUs!!( S 1,600 DU SST WE. EAT? MAKERb i PONT DKT TRP DIOU,: 1ERE D~EA ttSE cwE ON NER JVST BE PATIENT u5E ANOfIiE - p.ýNyVsrON (hAIR TQNI(*Ar fERI16LE A OUT CHAT G , ' P6ASTING ! ! ' NOHIWOn TWE PRESS BE tIOME, f UI C E 5 (OIN' ON MAKER ~ PA TRIP MFf- GET ES L MY GOAT oA /TIME i O SOME TIME AIER EM1TEI: L If 1 \Il-TEIl .% NOI' Xt'I ) F(RIl ('O'IIT 1OF A I'l'l,:AIk. Mr. ('has. tilantel for many years the proprietor of the Ohil ";'atlOllu Itath lHouset' on Conti Street. iho also S-erved as clerk of tlhe C('our of .\lppeals. has annllllouncedtl his candi daucy for this position at the coming !primalry electionl itn September. Mr lIante'l will aftilite ilnimself with the Orleans I)ellocrattc .\ssociatlon. !u:d he has started on a vigorl'ous camtpaign atmong his many friends on both sides of the river. Mr. Hantel is well known in .\l Sciers as well as in the City. and there are many of his staunch frietnds who will helpl him in hits campaign. !Mr. Hantel was for many years one I of the foremen in the Southern P'a cific Co.'s Yards. lIALU(IITElS OF INl. ,E'IIA. } On Sunday. May 23rd. Court Mary 391 of the Daughters of Isa hella, held their initiation in true Aliiers fashion. The ladies pireceded by fifty can didates. started from the K. hf C. home to 11 o'clock Mass. Father IMerlcath, their Chaplain. delivered an appropriate sermlon. touching on the ('ourt. taking up educational work. following itn the footsteps of SQueen Isabella of Castile. Breakfast was served at the ('on vent and Father Lark, acting as toastmaster, intt:oduced the speak ers. Court Ihlanche of Castile was well represented. Our worthy Grand Regent, Mrs. G. E. Walters. was presented with a beautiful basket of roses and car nations by Mrs. Skelly in behalf of the Court. After the uInctheloin they repaired to the K. of C. home. to take up the initiatory work. Cake and cream were served in the afternoon. Tonight Holy Communion will again be celebrated. All who wish to attend should announce them selves to the pastor. The confes sional service will begin at 7:15. The special collection will be taken (.,r our Synodical Building Fund. This fund is used to loan money to mission stations who are unable to erect a suitable edifice for public worship. It is not too late to help along the Alexandria church. Anyone who wishes to contribute to this cause may still do so. The Alexandria Lutheran church, which was pur chased from the Episcopal church will be dedicated to a "Lutheran Zion Church" this coming Sunday. Anyone who knows of Lutherans re siding in or near Alexandria who do not attend the Lutheran services at Alexandria is requested to give his name to the pastor, who will for ward it to the proper address. Al so those of our members who travel through Alexandria are asked to get in touch with our congregation. while stopping there. The Bible class will meet next Monday night at 7:30 p. m. Don't forget that you are welcome. This is an adult Bible class which should be attended by all, who can pos sibly come. The Helping Hand Circle has in stalled an electric fan for the com fort of the pastor. The pastor here with extends his heartfelt gratitude to the Helping Hand Circle for the considerate innovation. POtND KEEPER RE[GNS. Dan Dupauy. who has served as poundkeeper in A.glerst for several months, tendered his resignation to take effet immediatey. I|RIN KHAN-O'NEIL. Mr. and i'rs. F |. IBrinkmuan of Loas Angeles announce the mlarriage of their dan',hter Mildred to Mr. Hu-h .I. O'Neil of Los Angeles, which took place .May 14th. Mr. anti Mrs. O'Neil a' ` esidtng at the Ilalieva Apar:ments." fan Diego. California. WIIH'I KILLED CHILD FONID IN IlHODE ISLAND. \rthur ()'('C ~llnor. r ;t-r of the naval ambulance which killed Hlelen Mayville. 4. .May 9, at Alix and Verret streetls has breen located by his bondsman aIlnd has wired from Newport. R !.. that he will return to face a charge of manslaughter. atI ording to word received here Saturday. O'Connor was first charged(t with running into and wounding and was released on $500 bond. When the little girl died the charge was changed to manslaughter. O'Connor had disappeared. Inquiries at the SNavala Station in Algiers developed that he had been discharged. Friday his bondsman notified him of the mlore serious charge, it is said. O''Connor telegraphed Satur day that he would return to New Orleans to face trial. 1 Th WoIders of Arca By T. T. MAXEY THE GREAT ORGAN OF THE MORMONS. MUSIC and song long have played a prominent part In the expres sion of religion. The Latter-Day Saints are no exception to the ruole. President Brigham Young believed it Impossible to preach the gospel with out good music. In the early sixties plans were laid for the building of a suitable organ for their great tabernacle in Salt Lake City. The forests of the state were searched for the most satisfactory woods. Proper tools had to be de vised and made. Glue had to be ob tained. There were no railroads In Utah In those days. The problem was not an easy one. It developed that the best wood grew three hundred miles or more south of the city. It was hauled the entire distance, over rough roads and through the wilder ness, by ox teams. Gl0e was made by boiling strips of cow hide over fire pots. About one hundred men were employed. Some of the immense pipes of the great instrument were 82 feet long. But music was what they wanted and have it they did. The or gan is said to be the sweetest-toned and the largest ._ve one, in the world. The original organ has been reM-bult and eslarged until It now has seven divisions, the main organ being 0 feet wide, 26 feet deep and 5 feet high, having over 7,000 pipes. The mechan ism is electrically driven, nearly two 'thousand mlagnets being employed In the control of the vast tonal resomrces of the Instrument. It hasn't a rival In Amerles. Its musle is beyond description. ea nut ber It tee yoerelt Thl, hinik. Nur..iig 'lass and care of 1 thi sick. \,which wa, orcanized in FlPrual y at .MclItonogh No. 4 School' hal\e coin mplet'td thist course and tuenty studellts have passed i susc ('esful exanminatiotL. The certifi c'4tes will he presented by the mid dlt of June. Due notice will be given. The class was supervise(! by Miss' t)aspit under the direction of the American Red Cross. The success ful students include memnhers of Blelieville Kindergarten. Mothers Club and MlcDonogh No. 4 Parents Club. rihe successful students are: Mrs. A. J. Amuedo. Mrs. Mark Amuedo. Mrs. Frank Hymel, Mrs. Blakeman. Mrs. J. i)ulfy. mrs. A. Dielcazel. Mrs. W. D1)ilze;.. Mrs. J. Ltodemuger. Mrs. Lux. Mrs. C. Hantel, :lrs. Peck. Mrb. Tr. Ituctzholz. Mrs. A. Short. Misses C. Hughes. M1. Kenner. M. Marcy. C. Vandeoinden and .A. anderlinden. .IIVENILIE IASEIALL. Tithe Pelican Eagles heat the Chick asaws. 5-4 on Sunda}. I)orcas and Jones hurled for the Chickasaws antid Rainey and Lang for the Eagles. The fielding of Molaison was great. he pulling down twelve deep flies.I liis home run in the fifth came in just when it was needed. This makes the fifth game won by the; Pelicans. T'hrough Joan Curran. Jr.. they announce they will play any 55-inch teanm. On Friday they will p:ay a return game with the ('hicaasaws at City Park. They will also play the La vergue P'imates and the :Nth A Gradel of Mcl)onogh No. 4. IIASEBA IL. The Calderaros. ('hampions of the lehrman Baseball League, opened the season Sunday. May 23., 1920. by defeating the Liberty Stars 5 to 1 in a fast and interesting game; the outstanding feature of the game] was the fielding of Costello and the batting of Cazaubon. The Calderaros would like to ar range games with any teams in the City or country. Any teams desir ing games communicate with M. C. Abbott. 216 Seguin St., Algiers. La. BASE BALL. The Zuzu Snaps won their first game of the season Sunday by de feating the Viaduct Rangers by a score of 24 to 0. Morris pitching for the Zuzus did not allow a hit, walk a man or allow a 'run. Out of the 24 runs. 5 were homers. T. Eu per, got 2 homers, Holton, Tallon and O'Brien also got homers off Leonard, and H. Rau. J. Roberts, H. Schroeder and Morris got two baggers. L. Adams was seen play ing again. He played a great game getting two hits out of three times up. He also pulled down some deep flies. 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Oi)l9onn9 ll ters had been acted on, ;. was voted to change meeting night fronm Sat - urilay to WVedniesday nighlt, and only onie eeig a witteek.s all boyirs arei ofereby notified to atenbic leet inls Qiareg i la flhy will rle dropped.. Scolltos No. '. lize and Pautl Pi lue) 9'I'9(a. Ohild ite! i9ble T3r.9(93 :o. :9i. he~'Ild wenit to Aiidluon Park and~ passedi 0ll of their best co tt'lies tests excepst enthree, sias it grew too ldark to finish. Patrol leadern. Ad(ams.. llourgeoi.s, time. AZ199 hCrzra( 199nportatit rlnat end rahad been ar cted on. to gowas voted to chance meeting night from Sat couts Lignon. Mann-ight. Sketrand onlyer. 9on19 meet ing a week. $9o all boys are Bengert an9fd McCloskey. Next x-gs aminlhation is June 14. "'p. in.. Alt-i egiubon Park, Magazinl e street. Scout5 J Master lize sun3 I' Piuts welit out Sunday evening ark and pwend hrall ough their fire building tests exceptook threeg as it grew tos. dark t finish. PThe troop will give so. korgeois and Trahant are the next to go. alsol Scouts Lignon. Mlaner.?. Sketchier. Bn engert and McCloskey .Next ex umifinatioun is Junte 1 9. 2 p. mi . Au dubon Park. Magazine street Scout .Master urni sEA'n soonts 99en~t oJut Sunday evening and9( went through their fire biiilding an rd cook ing tests. Tihe trool) will give sonme kind of an Cfltertainmet'l inl tun1e for thle benefit of its company rund. and a seconId one for the New Orleans Zoo in Audubon Park. The troop expects to meet its two lew assistant scout masters o1n Well nesday. May 26. also Lieut Hilborn. hugle instructor of the entire NewI Orleans scout district. Troop is also figuring on an all night hike as soon as ,et weather1 settles. All boys wishing to join this troop will please call at 224 Morgan street and get allplication card. Troop will go to Audubon Park. Sunday. May 30, to take part in theI Memorial Day services. 4 p. m. IAWN'Al LGIl(LATORI ON (-OMMrrrEER. Senator Chas. lHenricks has been appointed on the following senate committees: Affairs City of New Or leans; State Banks and Banking: Penitentiary: Federal Relations and Libraries. R11v. Thomna. Bennett (ilfford. Rector. Telephone, Algiers 312. Services for next Sunday as fol lows: 7:30 a. m.-Celebracion of the3 Holy Communion (full choral) ,nd sermon. 9:30 a. m.n-Sunday School. 7:30 p. m.-Evening prayer and sermon. The Sunday School picnic was a grand success, everybody seemed to enjoy themselves to the utmost. Not a single accident occurred to mar the pleasure of .the occasion. The committee who looked after the details deserve the thanks of the entire congregation. , The congregations on Sunday were larger than usual thus showing that a little recreation now and then helps Instead of hinders in the work of the church. p- Ii II , \4 1.I \f . ,". I t I t .1 : 1 -I11 i ! I ! :t ! .! 1 ' ". l, i " '.I: L ',, ., 1. ,11.!1. : I.h , ih I 1 ,. t .'o, lII !,l- \ i\t' ,.!i h1t1, l 1'h 1-, ' Ih "l'lTn lr u Il t r the w' blin lit . anI ;athl, 1te ; tilitv' . Two of 111' irl '. intll e Itlutner .f the E.ighth t;nlo .A. Null Ethel tRice of hIrti l oi our Sc l . Thd irls will rnd .li> 1.. llarv\ey. a .Junior Normal -tuill, t . "a" the ,xammner at our -,'hool L.ast Wednesda\. The pupils of the Second . A. Third -:-A, and Fourth It-A. tradles were the parti cipnt.ilt in the exam;Ilinlltion which had beeln slent by the Superintendent. All pupils fronl the Fourth Gradet are also very busy this week; exami nations in A.\rithmnetic. History and Hygiene have already taken place. while the English test will be con dlucted today. Mr. Lazu Block of the Division of Attendance. came in last Friday and also Miss I. Barrow of the Di vision of .)Drawing. The following pupils were perfect in the reaular test in Spelling and rapid Arithmetic: Eighth Grade .1.-James Scott, Warren Goodwyne. Louts Cronan, Ralph t'mbach. Lee Steel, Lee Cau vin. Louis DeRoche. Corinne Bom n er. Marvel Gebs, Margaret 'Mose ley. Mirza Trist. Olivier Wattigny, Nora Gillespie. Irvin Campbell. Ar thus Kulp. Fifth Gr tles -Thelma Rice. George Tierney. Mildred Campbell. Thelma Sutherland. Fourth Grades.-Clemmie Smith. Emile Leronge. Irmadean Simon. Irene Milan, Mary L. Cantin. Third Grades.- -Thelma Arsago. Adolph Hotard, Dixie Edgecorrb. Annie Deubler. Lionel Landry. Henrietta Smith. Clayton Beaudean. Aaron Edgecomb. Rose Danos. John C'aruso. Second Grades.--Mary Caruso, Or slte Gaudan. Mamie Trahan, Mary Evola. Hlenrietta Grundmeyer. Thel ia Alonzo, Jackson Molalson. Har old W\all. Alice Hynes, Frances Meli. Johnl Hammond. Perfect in Arithmetic- Fifth Gr;ades.--lone Cox. Marguerite Rog rs. Eula May Kenny. Thelma Rice. Eva Alonzo. WVilliamin Flanagan. Wil 1iam Sullivan, Amelia Serpas, Jen nie Scott. Louis Pedreauvllle, George, Tierney. Raymond Grundmeyer. Fourth Grades.--Emile Leronge. RIobert Serpas. Joseph Alonzo, Irene Milan, William Bommer. Third Grades.---) Dixie Edgecomb. Gaston D)aigle, Lydia Campbell, Thelma Arsago. Adolph Hotard, George Tierney, Emile Trudeau. Noristine Beiber .Clayton Beaudean. Aaron Edgecomb. Rose D)anos, Annie )eubler, Lionel Landry. Jolhn Carn so. Millary Mailhos. McDI)NOGH NO. 4 SH('OOL. The boys of McDonogh No. 4 have been kept quite busy with exami nations. On Thursday, the exami nation in English will be given and on Tuesday. June Ist. an examina tion in Geography. The school picnic will be given this Friday. May 28th. at the City Park and the relatives of the boys are invited to attend. The Music Memory Contest was held on Wednesday, May 26th. The following boys entered: Albert Monroe, Bertrand Peck, Luke Gil lin, Alvin LeBlane, Alvin Covell. Fred lHebert, Tom Hebert. Louis lhroussard. Charles Chrlstianset. Malcolm Andry. Alton Diket. t'Iger Gaudin. Mark Hynes, Malcolm Schwarzenbach. Returns of the contest have not yet been heard. but it in hoped that McDonogh No. 4 boys made a satisfactory show ing. AUTO IS NTOLEN. A small automobile, the property of the city engineer's department. was stolen from Spanish Fort Mon day night and as yet has not been recovered by the police. The auto mobile was being used by N. A. Hotard, assitMtnt eng.neer and is valued at $600.