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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAT Estabbahed May 17, 1858. latere aatthe Postoftcle at New Orleans as Seeoad.Class Mar Matter. TERMS OF SUBBCRIPTION When Paid in Advance. Months ........................................................... e SM aonth ............................................................................. DR. C. V. KRAFT ..............................................Editor and Proprietor C. P. CRANE ......................................................Advertisiag Manager Address all communications to DR. C. V. KRAFT, No. 500 Verret Street, New Or Lbas, Ia. Phoes, Algiers 585. Subserlerr failing to get THE HERALD regularly, will please notify the business manager, No. 500 Verret Street. Please send communications for publication as early as possible, and not later than Tuesday niht. All communications, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn artle, danes and personal mention. will be inserted in THE HERALD free of charge. Scommunlestion will be received unless signed by the sender. We do not publish rear name in connection with the commualcation unless you so state, but we must nfast Upoa having your name as a guarantee of good faith. THB HERALD may be found at the following placees: TH HERALD (AlgIers Office), 500 Verret Street. TBH HERALD (City Office), 24A-0 Carondelet Street. Hill's Book Store, 168 St. Charles Street. VOL. XXIX JULY 21, 1921 No. 11 ARE WE ASLEEP? We have every evidence at hand that our naval Station will meet the same fate within the next few days as we were compelled to accept when the last Republican Administration % under Theodore Roosevelt, closed the station here. During the last eight years however, the Gov ernment has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in developing the Station to a point where it is able to take care of any kind of work, and compete with other stations. But the station is being closed. We wonder what our representatives in Congress are doing about it. What has the Algiers Improvement Association, the Algiers Civic League, the Fifth District Civic League and other Civic Bodies in Algiers done about it? We do not remember of any meeting being called by any of these organisations in the interest of the thousand or more mea who are going to be thrown out of employment. What have nur City Offlcials done in the matter? What has the Naval Base Com mitte composed of all the exchanges in the city done abodit the mat te?? Is everybody asleep? Is any effort being made to stay the hands of ollticisas who are useing this Station for political retaliation We fear that the time to act has past. NO BRAINSI NOBODOI HOMB! We are all famaliar, Heaven knows, with that world famous team, Capital and Labor. Over in France they are trying to add a third INTELLIOQ NCE-making it a, Triumvirate instead of a team. In truth it is high time for this team to be joined by Intelligence. Because of all the fool things both of them are guilty of, it is to both laugh and despair. We all know what friction does-it wears holes in our clothes; it wares away stone; it kills friendships, separates families, ruins the bet plans of man. Yet here are the two loading figures in all the world frietioning away to a fare-thee-well generation after generation. You would think intelligent men-oh, yes, any men above the avage mnlad-would realise after a very few years, the dissusting fool ishaes of friction ia the thing that affects them most.. But not Cap ital and Labor. Brains and the fruition thereof mean nothing to them. Would they much rather fight like a lot of asked savages on an ant I S Africa?, Bow long will it be before they use a little Intelligence in making -/ meat of gifts that God has placed in the world for mankind to ,.w eoaforetable and contested uad rich oat? w O rOa GOTar TH11a AWPVI. IBAN Do you over give any thought, Mr. and Mrs. Reader, to your sub~ a mind? In other wirds, the other things your brain is work s without your eoaoeious knowledge, while it is at the same time atng those things you know of, that you are fully alive to. SO e sits have developed a whole shelf fall of books on this ýIMt durlag the last tea or fifteen years, mostly as a result of close IMe of picked huma indivduals, gret 'numbers of them. And 4ervatides tI all eases have been card-landed as you would a hundred thousand books ia a publie library. , The result is Sa prat deal of iateresti> Information has beeu obtained on sub-con muck of it valuable to-the medical man in his task of heat clo mankind. ''lem am few of us who have not eperesaed "ntght-terrors" some g betwa babrhood and old age. Night terors and nightmares are ie ae of the mb-eseolous mitnd, and o* of the wrtters, a Dr. Bowers, S- that they date back thouusads ad thousads of years throush, .agaeeseu to the dysu of the "Syng lisard" an other glant horrors - . es*rir humanutyr. thon the Is the "gsravty fal" as tas aleatit rl I t-the drem ep brs bad ao taling grat distanee It is a hritage of the age e farl ditoent rufatmers ued It trestoes to emeoe the iadud that aped am tem. Ta were always la dsnger of faling 4 b71ap tosser Cf it, and their dnger has deesuded to us i the e midt and enly emes forth i dreams. 1-t. wh- e n si al into the pantry and devur the wife's last plece eme pie, youe ean't blame that on the emb-eouscous mind! o0B STUFF AND STONE HEART . HAD! AND IMpU~dE -atsh-mn awful win41 TY n have ea, so ave we-and don't we ates ut the re a bso ha beak. or'iPre tame. b-ecase of eanst o ut ·teo ne at algt uan right to sde. No -ea e use ie, thea es the other, ud tem a tkh beek eo himup - * ,k iheaestet. wlr teji et it aud own eam i .e S es ra ag r at g u thtew, biteO their usa Hablt atges ..e mr m- sam e ous emi e wea , tee. * 4*j ages yse asht sot d We have. Durig th "-- a a dUabs e emepe vew nsto hnrw a byms beek Iahe m aa ness ** s tik et m se 'i e weJu >Upis us? oin rwtshb r cL~ ·~h wi I ·C . c·;·ths " ~ ·i - :- ' ; ; J ! _ _ _ __4 · E:;'"~~i ~ ''P-~~~ CC.'''~I t'?~-r'ir'.- '·: 1 r - · ,* ., ý ,f ,ayyý ir .. . Poem POST MORTEM THOUGHTS The other day, old Bill Hicks died,--as anybody might do. They say our loss was old Bill's gain, from the troubles that he went through ......I knowed him fter nearly fifty year an' so fur as I ever heard, nobody lent him a helpin' hand, or give him a pleasant word..... . I've often thought that Bill might feel, as I watched him. from day to day,-that he was a sort of a surplus here, an' mightily in the way......An' I half surmised, from his weary look, an' the sadness about his face, that it wouldn't matter ef be was took, an' sent to some other place...... But-we buried old Bill the other day, an' you ort to have saw the crowd! They brought him flowers an' honied words, an' some of us cried,-out loud...... It's funny we never learnt it before, an' I'm wonderin' about it still,-that none of us knowed to his dyin' day, how much we loved old Bill! Yr. own, AL ERINS-AT LAW Fl-fa M. J. Rooney v. Salvador Ragusa; $1000-L. R. Hoover. Louis V. Sierra v. Sebastian Ra gusa; $400-L. R. Hoover. MORTGAOBS Walter F. Sperier to Chas. E. Mackie (to secure contract between Chas. E. Mackle, as owner, Cooper & Sperier, as contractors), lot, Lav ergne, Morgan, Delaronde and Ber muda-Wedig. PERMITS Jo. Susslin, owner and builder; garage, Vallette, Alli, Eliza and Belleville, $50. DONATIONS Sidney P. Vallette to Widow A. Paul Vallette, his mother, portion Gen. Pershing, Baronne, Milan and Carondelet (donation)-Dreyfoas. REAL ESTATE TRANSPER Purchaser to John J. Blunk, same property, $2000 terms-Benedict. Mrs. John B. Esnard to Salvador Calderone, portion, Madison, Brin gier, Monroe and Lawrence, $1400 cash--Hennessey. Mariano P. Dias to John H. Teute berg, grocery store and contents sit WST GI Y Sw= . rlay--I was passing Janes house tonite & I seen her setting in the swing o I knew she was lose sum & I stops in to that a wile. She was awful edle to me & I sed to her I like to cum there for every time I go thdre it makes a better boy out of me. & Juat thea her pa comes along & says to me just ketch you here aust onee more & I will make a angel out of you. I new I wassent wanted so I ealts over the fence. Saturdy I seem the editor of the printing oFils & I got a job to go to wirk a Monday. I am to be the devil. I ges that will be easy as pa says I am fall of the above enmy 8mdsp-pa was under the ma hine a wirklan with 'the break beads or dltlsrentials or sum other instrument & he mistuk his finger for a bolt & was tawking angry & Just them the supt of the Suaday skool eam by & sad to ma What kind of langusge is that. Mi sed I think it Is the Helhlien lannwage. M'1 - weMt to wirLL it is a fe plmee to wlrk. I washed the forms & rubber roMer & my hands get blqpk you aout tell when they are dirty. The liatipe operater sed OUR ow3 uLTTLE BPuLRY ThlLks No.t ~i) I - ~~ /-- ~ r !I - . --p uated corner Farragut and Socrates $650 cash-Hennessey. Henry Bougon to Eureka H. So. ciety, lot, Opelousas, Slidell, Pacific and Elmira, $4000 cash. Frank H. Killeen, et al., to John H. Teuteberg, lot. Newton, Nelson, Farragut and DeArmes, $600 cash Hennessey. Mrs. Joseph Oauvin to Acmet Hmstd. Assn., lot and half lot, Far ragut, Nelson, Newton and DeArmas, $500 cash. Purchaser to Vendor, same prop. erty, $500 terme-Legier. Mrs. James W. Reynolds, et al., to Eureka Hmstd. Society, lot, Pa. clic, , Pelican, Thayer and Pacific Avenue.. $700 cash. Purchaser to Chas. J. Cleutat, same property, $400 terms-Bene diet. Mrs. Jas. F. Galloway to Security B. & L. Assn., lot, Opelousas, Slidell, Verret and Vallette, $5100 cash. Purchaser to Geo. N. Koenig, same property, $3600 terms-Loomis. Frank Madrasa, et al., to Louis A. Perron, et al., cancellation of lease of property fronting on Fara gut. he will let me set tp 1 das dirt on the linatipe. 1 man got balled out today because he put a ad In the paper for a man to wash WIDOWS. Tideds-.tho bos wont allow me to read dureoin wirk hrs. He see6n to get most of hi. plasure a walking a round & seeing that we doet have eamy. he duaseat wirk but we do aM of it. About the only oemreis ho gets is when he ehanges collar buttons, I gees. Wodmedis- moerro I set to set on the iinatipe. Today was hot a I was in a cool corner dreaning about angels & salted peanuts & le cream & 1 fellow woke ma up & sod he wood show me sum tips lie. witch he did. I will how sum tape lies to enan 1 witch applys at the printing offia. .. THrumdaT-tHis is onthe fle. tip. IT 18 not meas ..t lks Sa Inuoceyt ByStander IT ikart i me "/when it wir!ks m emss I skart "IBR wRea i wirk t l b If I kEIp on improVeag I amsne tag to lern this BUaeaIus for ny IPe'"s trade the only Thaing: that bOtherS me is(the) punehuation & SUatllesTheCapitalS. Turs truly. GILKQY 8WIPUs. Clegnss as Moutb. Canand tomatoes and fruit Juices ae splendld stimulants to the mucous membrane and salivary glands of the mouth, and the former is also a notable antlseecorbutte when swallowed. Vine gar, produced from either wine or cl der, when well diluted with water, is an excellent mouth and teeth cleaner. Tooth pastes and dentifrices are not as popular in Italy, Spain and Franoa as In the United States, wine being h preferred as a mouth lavage. i" An Irish Will. The will of one HeIry Green, dated n December 22, 1679, "as recorded gave e to his sister, Catharine Green, all his a lands, and after her decease to others In trust, upon condition that she should give four green waistcoats to four poor women in a green old age every year, such green waistcoats to f be lined with green galoon lace and n to be delivered to the poor women on w December 21 so that they might be worn on Christmas day." Beginning o Modern Menageries The ancient Romans and Greeks kept In captlty leopards lions, bears, elephants, girafes, camels, hlnoce oses, antelopes, ostriches and crone d4ies, held for slaughter at the gladla tonrial shows. It is from the great feudal magnates and royal persons who frequently kept menageries d wild animals, aquaria and aviaries that the modern public gardens have their gsin. *Daeolts. The word "dacet" refers to bands of robbers is Indla. They are a ma tional type of bandits resembling the brigands of Sicily and Greece. They were drives out at Hlndustan by the British govermeat, but ar now ac cive In Burma. In Brttish-Idlan law the term Implie the cespiracy of Sfive or more men to engage la any Sfeim et theft. Wood Averts EviL There are numerous curious or a peretitlous belieN regatrdng fragrant woods, says the American Forestry Magasine. The Burmese have a so rpartitlen that beams et balances should be made of the Thitman or prince of woos (Podearpus norm fodll), while a peg of it driven into a E house post or boats will avert evil. To Clean Fur. Thke a stiff bristled hair bruash ad wash. When thoroughly dry cover r with absorbent cotton. Br5sh the fur gently, but firmly, always oing the way the fur Iles. I the cotton be. ewmes soiled put another piece on. When finished, shake the ftr well'to Smake It stand up. Only safe ned. Accdden does very ittle towrd the produetion of any great result In life, though sometimes what is called "a happy hit" may be made by a bold venture. The eemmes hihway of steady Industry and apprleatloe i the only sae rod to travel. The Ydelind f thu Mis. Yodeling I a pellat maser ingng by us ing the flsetto vrles Is harmuone preea , with sodden and unexpected cheages to etes of the chest register. It eists chie among the Tyreoess and Swim m as telnees. cHAXTZL A mtnesy To ceasu a ow uMACAT T.Baear-can.t COMPAT. Ue~u T wUatyr a a sdoame a e r--la f ha er Uan, oted Staste Ames t, She one hudrei a sad wrty-ata*; be re AMd harles, Eammeru, a tary Ledalaa a there4 aa dis, and a te tre , anaade andeet e cmet a nd l e e a Pan aec . a Ccr r seyel, acr *a and for th e Ot Ials, Slatso. ousa dated secember ssesd. ws me. to a walrert asles co* r stener . the hPar alr Jh NOAr PL, Sfe l e w d edo nut a Ca was Ue rthm ea lowesett prc te aaivr of ad tL~m~lrthe lewea pdce i b Y u. r "WORKING HA To Serve You Well With El SO Convenient & Cheap'O WRuNG AND APPLUANCES ON O~ South New Orleans Light & Try 29 Elmira Avene ALGIE8, LA. M CHARTER. and alter at pleasure; to hold, receive. lease, purchase, sell and convey, as well as mortgage and bypothecate, under its corporate name, property, both real and personal; to acquire rights of way, by donation, purchase or expropriation: to borrow and lend money; to give and re ceive securities therefor; to name and ap point such managers, directors, officers and agents as the interests and convesºi ence of said corporation may require; to make and establish such bylaws, rules- and regulations as may be necessary and proper; to prescribe in said by-laws. ruleb and regulations, the way, manner and form of entering into and consummating contracts, and the same to alter and amend at pleasure. ARTICLE VI.-All the corporate powers of said corporation shall be vested in, and all Its business and affairs managed and directed by a board of five directors, who shall be elected annually on the first Monday in February of each year, com mencing with the first Monday in Feb. ruary, 1it. The directors shall hold their office for the term of one year, and until their suc cessors shall have been duly elected and qualfled. The Board of Directors shall at ther first meeting elect from their own number a President and a Vice-President. They shall also elect a Secretary and a Treasurer or one person to act as both Seeretary and Treasurer, and a Manager. any or all of whom may or may not be members of the Board. The Board may from time to time name and appoint all such other officers, agents or em ployees as may be deemed necessary for the purposes and busineas of the corpora tion. The Board shall have power to fix the compensation and define the duttes of every officer sad employee and all ofe ficers and employees shall hold office and employment at the pleasure of the Board. In case of a vacancy occurring on the Board, from death, resignation or other wise, the remaining members shall fill the said vacaney until the next election. Each member of the Beard of Directors may. In writing, appoint any stockholder of said corporation in his place to repre mset him at any meetings of the Board. which said appointment shall be in writ lag and spread peeon the minutes of the Board, and which said appointee when so appointed shall have and exercise such powers and privileges of such director as may be stated in the proxy. Three mem bers of the sa4l Board of Directors, pres eat in person or by proxy, shall consti tute a quorum. The management, control and direction of said corporation shall be fully prescrlbed in the by-laws, rules and regulations to be ldopted by the said Beard of Directors. Pallure to elect a Beard of Directors shah not have the effect of dissolving the corporation. ARTICLE IX.-This Act of Inorpora tion may be modited, changed or altered or this Corporation may be dissolved or the capital steek may be altered in accord ance with law at a meetin of stockholders called for the purpoe after notlee shall have been given ti writlng to each stoek holder delvered to him in persea or mail ed to him at the poet-oflice address desig nated by him ina writing at least fifteen days prior to the dae of the meeting nn less other notice be preserlbed by law in which eent notice shall be given in con aomity to law. Thus done and passed, at my fflee, in the City to New Orleans, on the day, month and year baseis st abese written In tWeuss1 Wi sss. T. T. > ley Who bma nto etb ame*., ether with the sad appears and me, Netary, after due eding of the whole. Witnesses: ,. T. Remkey, iugene Therpe. RPNT HOGS are the te of th town now. There are me fr Hops as well. YoU don't have to cal us that, we ive you the beata v Ja-2- low puce ABASCAL MIARET PrLCAN AVUA . s VERA1M ST. PI R adf ( ig. Meats, Vegetables, Fruit and Fish SOUETL b Eus ABA COUGET&FAIARES Robert O'Co Aaaeaaces blainu as a CaadMse M the amluntaio of PIRImX, AW IS, A 1. I dT m Ino 1 I Q I as ItrinalS d) dent RebeA. AL I. the undersigmi gages, in and for -L State of Louislana, dk the above and feoreg * A.t of IncorporatlC It graph-Cable Colnpa1y re orded in my atfi New Orlean, ayjI I. the undersa,.. hereby certify t-hat i going is a true ad original Ameadmes>t l poration of Machay pany passed Dein e July, 1921, O file a office, together with t Deputy Recorded g. attached. In faith whereKe I my hand and real e of July, 191. July 14- Aaglt g Des't read awhg .ea't reed utm Deat nod winb d irtoru~r .. .. DR. DAVID C Ream .a 109 e .. L, THE MORS only Lik ae On a w hile?" m e s[ was ashds. ye.'d raetl year and Mas WDe eas tie fese sm you tbha yap hart. PAIL -3-.