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looked over the "want ad" page. Often it's as important as your morn ing mail. A fortune may stare up at you from thes columns any day. .i. ITp l WMlM g D d the West Bide of te Blvr. "A very live and aeditable weekly newupaper."-MANU~FAUfURi RS RCOORD. you fromthese columnsanyday. XXIX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921. No. 12 onal Mention I General News ITMS CONCERNING wT SIDE PEOPLE. W. w. Borne and daughter, S. Baldwin, were delightfully at tle home of Mr. and Sack jinberger of New York -n. Kinberger was formerly Jsaaita Mensterman. C. V. Kraft entertained the Afternoon Euchre Club, The players were: Mrs. Kraft. I. Amsedo, (playing for Mrs. Caio), and Mrs. R. A. Tansey. U J. Lewis received the conso The next meeting will be at 1 Mrs. L. F. Gisch. g. .J. Mothe and children, andI ad Mrs. T. IU. Buchholz and ter, Falva, have returned bay Adam where they spent the two weeks. in" Sue Robinson and Marie ult hive returned to their home in IlA Nusm Tircuit of Morganza, a the guest of Mrs. J. Walter .e Jsa, Skelly and children, are a few weeks at Long Beach, a Meske Morrison wag a visitor SIAN lich Sunday. Mr. Ce . Koppel was re-elected rof the Parking Commission a iesg held last Friday. w. adl Mrs. Frank Skelley of Ope A".. eatertained at dinner last a honor of Mr. Newman. ° 5I lame Kinsinger is spending 'g hat her grandparents, in SdasA Month Euchre Club 0'jtrae of Mrs. H. Acker. players were Mrs. D. a- Mise Stella Abribat, MliI EKappler (playing for 4~ gles) received the con S as seat meeting will be at Miss Clairls Richards. S-JSelaes entertained the . The sueceesful ply -- M . .eoa. Mrs. C. E. 1las tsr Mrs. L. Qoebel) 9. mebbols, Mrs. M. for Mrs. J. A. Oar the emasolatlon. The .ll be at the home of m.,qO al, of Hea -. d lr~sqNi SobI ema tIo : eaweek, . , 1-Isv days tble 9. e.- cease sae wk'b stay at Leas !. Mate spec to a Ata s pring sad mmed Ga., are to narm meo aum-n-e sad 4LalMer sad os. a ue atwme 4 peas to * - - I· ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE LEVEE BOARD PRANK HYMEL SUCCEEDS HON. SIDNEY CANE. WHO RESIGNED. Mr. Frank C. -Hymel, of our town, was elected president of the Orleans Levee Board at its meeting held July 20th, when he succeeded Hon. A. Sid ney Cane, who resigned to accept the assignment ks registrar of voters. Mr. Hymel's election as president of the board is a recognition of his ability, and it is the first time that Algiers has been so honored. While we have always had a representative gn the board. this is the first time that our commissioner has been at the head of the commission. At the same meeting the board also ordered the engineering department to prepare the necessary plans and speci fications covering the construction of a levee in front of the Southern Pa cific Railroad property, and to adver. tise for bids to be opened on August 17th. The approximate cost of the work in question will exceed $150,000, and will about complete the west bank levee to standard grade and section. Mr. E. Magreevy spent the week end with his family in Long Beach. Miss Claire Paul of Gretna, spent a week at Long Beach. the guest of Mrs. E. Magreevy and AMrs. J. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Oswald and daughters, Carmel and Elsie, spent the week-end at Shell Beach. Mr. Jos. i.ughes has been appoint ed acting Grand Keeper of Records and Seals of the Knights of Pythias for the Stale of Louisiana, on ac count of the illness of Mr. Fred Adolph. - Mr. J. C. DeArmas, Sr:, left Tues day morning for Chicago and other points north. Master Allen Vinet is spending the summer with his grandmother at her summer home in Bay St. Louis. Miss Orleans Allen spent the past two weeks in Bay St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs: A. J. Rants are spend ing awhile with the latter's mother at Bay St. Louis. Miss Mable Allen is spending a while in Bay St. Louis. Alfred Bourg is at Grand Isle for a while. Miss Eloise Schroder left Sunday for Chatawa Miss., where she will spend a few weeks. Miss Marjore Schroder has re turned bes May AdLams wLre she" ?Ma Seo ofe W. and Mrs. Sash als ed famlly. Misses Krao Kamme, Il bahroder ilda Boylan pent Saun &y In By at. LouIs, the pst s of Miss FPlerenee Morris. SSaurst dIge 1l8 L. A. to B. Ak T. r will give ts last dance of the year ea Saturday, July 30th, at the Ave h Aeademy. Harmony Ja.s Band I il franash the mape. - A good ame assured all. EUm-. . Mt sad family- of T71.4 ewt Si.trtn, have Just edfrel a pisasant vit to relativ Ia Berwiek ant Morgsa City, La. Audrey and Bewripe.Lmad/ are Ia p a after aving be opewatedl as for the removal of toasils ad adeslds. MiS Margaret Takhlor of Mobile, Ala., is visiting Mends here. Dorothy May, daughter of Charles Adas a*d Henrietta Lef , was hap Used last Sunday at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, with May Gold sad Sidnaey Adams, by proxy a the sponsors. Hem rove, No. 65, U, A. O. D. will he Ilatituted at Reeeky's Hall a IPrMay, Augusat 5. Grand Grove ofhers will eadset the eremeales. - Mr. W. P. Slathe, Jr., reurned am ay St. 3Lus Sunday ultht, after spendi awhle with his a mly who are summerlai there. MIS Ae saishe entertaled in emsf ~ Imis Mrgeoritt Taehlor of *oeiie a ..iH nsight h ' nweUsne m sudteer - day, and ha tal- seaateu Ip yrs aii, w ur d 101 amen s 21 s wesrs _ _gl MIDSUMMER MADNESS YOU MARCH RIGHT IN THERE. YOUNG MtAN! TN' VERY IDEAOF GOING BAREFOOTED ALL AY \ AND GETT1NG IN BED WITH ?HOSE '! -* , ,\ * - * * e* O'CONNER, LIFE-LONG FRIEND OF LABOR. REFTES ('HARGE OF UNFPAIR NESS, WHICH HAS BEEN CIRCUIATED. Robert O'Connor, who is a candi date for the nomination for Judge of the Second City Court, has such a splendid professional and private record that it is difficult to find ar guments against his candidacy. However, we have been informed that some person has been circulating a rumor that Mr. O'Connor issued a circular without the union label. The act is that Mr. O'Connor has not had any political printing done and has not issued any circular. He sent out from his office personal and digaifed letters announcing his can didacy and asking the support of his friends (typewritten). -Mr. O'Connor has, during his whole public and private career, been the ardent friend of Union Labor worked and voted in the Legislature for their bille and opposed to child labor. Mr. O'Connor has not had a cents worth of printing done at any time enept In a Union shop. Rumors of such a nature defeat their purpose as they show that there is nothing important to urge and coavince the laboring man that he should support his known frlends and not pay any attention to false rumors. Mr. O'Connor is the tried and pretsd frienad of labor. MAN CEAUG3D WITH FAKING Om6RiANCU TO SULL WARS. "Professor" F. R. Wrges, 917 Pay dras street, who, the pelice allege, in troduces and adopted a health ordi asnee all by himself, was placed in a seal Friday to solioquies over the old admoeitiem, "Doctor, cure thyself." The "profemsor," according to the police, .appeared in Algiers Friday morning with a disinfectant labeled "Get icek? Never," and is alleged to hav Informeq housewives upon whom he is said to have called upon that they were compelled to buy the con dectiop under the terms of a regula. tion of the city board o health. Mrs. Alose Cook,. 71 Atlantic renue, notifed the polies. Acting on the Intormation received from Mrs. Cook, police of the Algiers station took the "professor" in tow and charged him with being a dangerous and sue pldos character. I1TAUIIN NNW INVENTIONS IN IN IdCAL INCIN TRAIBi. In ding .eh rsmoeed the ncier. ater syetea the Cmsm n soundll at its smeating las Today tsek the furtherst sip ward of any city to the contry la solvig the ega gs Mr. Doealu, ainvst 'at the emire syatem, s a work Algiers plant imall naew to whlhs rnm'e his ptam oup to data Prmati esi tate ot thesme new ngesatiim will arem to the ll i at *m oity. If the tets aof the Algiers plat prove eat ibW 9rll Ie ilarsepatd la the aSm eseIN rat- o be hauteus I this ar. The new plats wsil raos in teaaty .re. am Wl tru .ts as. C,* B IM 'M iln e otr The 4Moon psuis lair of oasn.r lien at Ms tg MFriday aight aW ----r tea asui em t and trsme.r o ang.m ,m tpe enedmg of s oe ske sehsea etts - irlt are Kime d oe m 0-s ormm .Ies Aeeig -mer: a I-.rlaessm urls am t1s Kaoe~ a 4e ; aiensr 'rab8le m 0-a hic s nW comr l din) . d.. u - ii WIT'L 1Wbr~~ariwL TOWN PESTS The Careles Banana Peel, when Trod on Unpremeditatedly, gives one Such a Feeling ae Insecurity I Kids, If yeo Must do yur Grazing on ear Publlc Streets, have a Care where eu Threw the anamaa's Union Sult ad the Ora giVs Overee, or yeu UmaJtua as Orphan outa Tersaeft APPOINTED TO BERVB ON PUWEBIDINTS YAdCIT. Mr. Francis Hans, Bk. first class, left Thursday night for Whahington, D. C.. to serve on the President's yacht the U. 8. 8. Mayflower. Mr. Hanse has beaen stationed at the 1 local Navy Yard for about two years and made many frikeds here. He I was e last year to one of our popular young ladies, Miss Mary Mc Algiers has just cause to feel proud of the heowr coaferred on Mr. Hase. His appointmeat came direct from the 1 Bureau o( Navigatio sad was given in recognitlca for his excellent record. The Herald joins his many friends in wishing him saess in his new posi tion Four other men from the local station were also ctsuen. DANCE. Tuesday a most enjoyable evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Conlina L Elmira Ave., where . a jolly crowd of young folks gather ed. Dancing was indulged in and dainty refreshments were served. Those present were, the Misses N. Wheatley, O. McMahon, O. Duplan, HI Thates, M. Watklas, M. McCaa C. Cassidy, F. Haggerty, 3. Croes, M. Kramme, M. Muats M. Reynolds, M. Comeauz, IL Cayard, 0. Sirey, D. Murtagh, N. Richards, E., I. and 0. Raoney, b. Baker, V. Vallette, 3. Stoekfleth, E. and M. Collins; Messms S. Baker. 3. ead S. Ieg6adre, W. Steager, L. McMaha, J. Forrest, 0. fBelaager. E. ruma F. Sadler, Mr. Keat, C. Mess, 8. Roblehaeu. H. rYDonaeil, B. Denser. D. Knowles, L. Adams, I. Steasr,' J. Lawreaes, 8. Upereu-, . Thlbot and S. Thlbot, Mr. Mumlphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Collins, rs. Tanberry; Mr. Buthoueourt. satn cAMne scalA mI - Amm A spay made un ealo, essp and water has been feIned ts mst eas I eic and the Sat rew is the Sht aninsst the ambr seals, Araest R. Barber. nti so est in Ade of the werk reared a theo Prtg Cambis dea Fdaq abeema. The ast a the eay. Mpr h gMou. abeu fond Sm prso tankd e a Six - whe nssd t "mnee o" when edYsr hr the epeee at Ybebe ad iewlfn tied ean at Manawue into estlhy, ed lht, a deS moet thuei. Ises ~ens Sheswi an blue we reues o ase sIeuera Pecie _ _ _n MER FOUR RESIGNATIONS AT GRAND ISLE G. J. SMITH, HY SMITH, MLISS INTEZ CLEMENT AND C'ARMELITE LE(C'OLRT QtIT JOBS. Rumors have been confirmed that four resignations took place a short time ago at the Grand Isle Railroad. Those resigning their positions were G. J. Smith, general freight and pas senger agent, who has been with the company for the past fifteen years, Henry Smith, ticket agent of the road, who has held his position for the past three years; Miss Ines Clem ent, accountant, who has been with the road for the past five years, and Miss Carmelite LeCourt, head sten ographer of the road for the past four years. Mr. Herman Hall, president and general manager of the road, would not give out any satsment regarding the resignations. While Mr. G. J. Smith confirmed the report of the four resignations, but would make known no further details. ThOOFr a4 * WOGes OP AmaWcA. Troop No. as wIl a d ae Its egular Meeting Saturday, auy aeth. CfcradLap. The great aim of the Boy Scouts of America is to make every Boy Scout a better ditee. It aims to touch him physically in the campcraft and wood craft of the outdoor life in order that he may have streasth In after days to give the best he has to the city and community in which he lives, as well as to the nation of which he is a part. It seks to develop him by observation and the knowing of thing far and near, so that later ca when he eaters business life he may be alert and keen and chivalrous and unselfish duty. It teaches him lifesaving, in order that he may be able in dire ac cidents and perll by landand 'sea, to know Just what to do to relieve others of suffering. It teaches him endur ance, in order that he may guard his health by beinl temperate, eating pare food, keeping himself cleas so that, being possessed of good health, he may be always ready to serve his country in the hour of her need. It teaches him patriotism by telling him about the country he lives in, her history, may become a good citisen and do these things which every citizen ougbt to do to make the community and land thqt he lives in the best community and land in the world. MRB. L W. W ORNB DELIGHT PUILY TsNY TAINZD. Mr. 1d Mrs. Wa. Geeter of Lyal hurst, N. J, eatertained at dinner Mrst 3. YL Borne, to our town, anad her danghter. Mrs. O. R. Bal wn, of Newark, N.J. A meet ealerable time was speat in matering to the aeigh .beela tSee s sad to Bear Meau la. Mrs. Geser was formerly MIss l al Winse of Algiers. She has a veryr charmiaSg buialew in Luaharst. ND sTI'rTeY COE 41 i ·--;-. c· - -m-- - r 4-,. ==__ FORMER MAYOR TO HAVE NEW POSITION MARTIN BEHRMAN NLATED rTO BE OFFICER IN A".4ERICAN BANK. Former Mayor Martin Behrman will become executive vice-president of the American Bank and Trust Company and executive vice-president of the Ap palachian Corporation early in August, according to dependable information received Sunday. Directors of the American Bank and Trust Company are scheduled to meet early in August. and it is said Mlr. Behrman will be elected at that time. The Appalachian Corporation oper ates large public and government bonded warehouses at Erato and South Front streets. When .Mr. lBehrman left the mayor's office he became executive vice-presi dent of the Stern Foundry and Ma chine Company, which corporation was '" bought out about six weeks ago by the Jahncke Shipbuilding Company. HORNETS. The Hornets of Algiers played the Alonzo Stars Sunday at the City Park. The game was called in the first half of the 5th inning, on ac count of a heavy rain, and saved the Alonzo Stars from being defeated in a one-sided game. When the game' was called, the Hornets were leading S to 3. and still having one on sec ond base and one out. The Alonzo Stars were the pick of the Algiers best ball players but the Hornets t outplayed them in every department t and hitting their famous pitcher Umbach at will, when hits meant runs. The feature of the game was the pitching of James Caldwell (the Hornet pitcher) who held the Alonzo a Stars at their mercy through the r game, and allowing but 2 hits and striking out 7. " The Hornets will play the Ames I Farms Sunday, July the 31st, at - Marrero, La. For games, write to t the following address, Joe J. Cimo 503 Pelican Ave. SMELON TIME. The rain set in for all day and for a while it seemed as if the melon party that had been planned would not be a success, but there are times when bees work indoors regardless Sgit the weather. The . Humors of Algiers Review No. 22, of the Wo man's Benefit Assoeation of the r Maeeabees worked very busily last Thursday evening when the dining room of the home of Miss Corinne C. Hughes was a picture in red and I green. t The melons were delicious and cold, and proved upite a treat. Games were played until a very late hour, t as the minutes flew by like lightning. , Among those present were: Mrs. 1 Frances Richards, Mrs. May Vogt, I Mrs. Marie Angelo, Miss Maggie Quinlan, Mrs. lone Kline, Mrs. Cor I nelia Stewart, Mrs. Lillian Keera I and children, Mrs. H. Hoke, and I Miss Corinne Hughee. BOARD OF HRAI/PH INSPIOCTOI SDIMB ANTHRAX VIrM. ( M. A. Casey, an inspector for the board of health, died Friday morning r at his home, 817 Belleville street, of anthrax. Dr. H. 0. Patterson, chief *food inspector, said Inspector Casey a had contracted the highly contagious disease while on duty. r in New Orleans, according to Dr. Pat a terson. t Mr. Cuasey, who was the hushand of , Miss Stella A. Ketcham, was forty-two s years of age. He was a native of a Omaha, Nebrasa, and had reudi t here for the t tean years. The h Sneral took place Frlday, intermeut p being in Metairie eemetery. T1G7 WORK FPO H3OU13 ON H BIP PAST AT AlOII . The shipping boeard steamer CE m- wood, bound with a agg of grain for r Rotterdam, went agroend at Algiers, i at the head if Vallette street, late I sturrdry evenai. The bfdoot o ptemer had beea loaded at the pahLc a- graia levaters. Per hurstg wrkid to get the - ship free Captan Moor i in cor y mad eof the eip, whicth ts under char ter to Lykes Brethers. LATE ATTEMPT TO10 HOLD NAVAL STATION (rTHER STATES WILL BE ASKED TO HELPL IA)UlISIANA. New Orleans business interests set the machinery in motion late Monday fo r a vigorous tight to prevent the c(l)sing of the ship repair plant at the AlIiers Naval Station. What amounted to virtually an of ticial notice that the governmient in ttittl.- to close the piant was served on Senator ItansdeLll anid Congressman I upro at \Wa.-hington. Mlonday, by Secreatry of the Navy I)enbh. The gov.ernmenlt's contemplated move. it was said. was due to lack of funds to keep the plant in operation. Wiliamn Allen. representative of the Ne O()rleans Association of ('o'mmerce at Washington. immellldiately wired the asiociation here. and plans to organize a tight against the closing were mapped out at once. Monday night the Mississippi Val. lcy Association, through which it is hoped to bring to bear the combined strength of 26 states that look to New Orleans as their port, had been offi cially called upon to rally to New Orleans' cause. So had other Gulf port points which. it was pointed out. will stand to suffer if the yard is closed. Mississippi Valley forces were urged to wire their senators and representa tive to prevent the move. The ship repair plant at the Naval Station is one of the important links in the chain of New Orleans' ship relpair facilities. Its closing down, it is held here, would be serious to this port, especially when shipping picks as it is expected to do after the. present dull period. The government several times before considered closing the plant here, but each time a vigorous'fight was made by New Orleans and the government's plan was abandoned. TENTH ANNIVERSARY. On the evening of July 2.5th, Miss Oamillel 'Kline entertained a few of her little friends at a party at her home 1100 Pacific Ave., in honor of the tenth anniversary of her birth. Dainty refreshments were served and games were played. Dancing was also indulged in. All left wish ing the little Mise many happy re turns of the day. Those present were, Misses Doris and Ruth Reaney, Tha4s and Althes Yeadon, Sidney Ingsst, Rath Hid den, Floras Luft, Vera. Huna, Ro mola Helder, Rosa Comegemma, Mildred Delot, Eliabeth sand LilWia Cocello, Lydia Shephard, Annabella Sanches, Lillian and Odem Shephrd, Alma Hutt and Laura Hornseky, Masters Walter Yeadon, Anthony Ichardo, Houey Hidden, Buster Do lot Floyd Wattigney, Jos. Cbello, Billy Luft, Remsy Burger, Taftt Kline, William Loys. Horosky Thomas St. Germain, Maleotl sad Hillery Kline, 4r. and Mrs. E. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. . Shephprd, Jr., Mrs. U. Wattigney, Mrs. N. Helder, Mrs. J. Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Hornoskey, Mr. and Mrs. P. Luft, Mr. and Mrs. Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Kliane, Mr. and Mrs. San chez. Mr. and Mrs. E . Shephard r., and Mrs. 8isiter Shephard sad many others. MIL WM. (OONNIER REIODVOVIN. The many Mrends of Mr. W'm. W. Conners are glad to know that he Is out again after being coaeud to his mother's home on Pactlc aveamue for the puast three meaths, with a brokes hip bone. He met with the accideat while is Galveston, Texas, where he was a charge of the United 8tates PuMlle Health Bervice laboratory durlg the plague eraditivo measures in that city. NEGRO DROWNS MACAPING PoCloo RAID Of DMU In trylng to avoid imprlsemet f' playtng dieo as the stesaeat Hemer, moored act the fet Iherville street, Wednesday afterse, William Reed. 2yeaulrld wge, 842 Valette streett Jumped unto the river and was drowned. His body was in the water several minaute before recovered. Char. Sty Hoepital doctors used the pulme. tars bet were uaMe to revive htmle. Pitrelme DaMn and OHara mede the raid as the a e.