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AES THE HERALD. oo
atwo and cultivate the habit of read
*. D"SM the UfvpblMg .t tht Wes 3"eM et th.e .We. "A ver U d emabltMe wee3l mewmpp."-MANUFACTURUB' RaORD.
IXIX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1921.
al Mention I
a Mrs. Anton Graf are spend- T(
at Chatawa, Miss. Is
verse has returaed from
It., where she was the
gi, m . J. Williams.
L. pCir Hill of Untilla, Fla, .,
fo. Riebel of New Orlean Jr
ggs of Mlme Eisa sad
hardus last Thurday. 1
Sds Browne of St. Gabriel, on
go gsest of Mrs. Frank Hen- of
pIs Ayoock returned home pC
ae a month's stay with s
SNapesaiooVrll , St. Jame
alt sa ud Bernice Dill of
we guests of the Mi.s aE
H Illi of Thibodaux
ldF wuitih his brother, Mr.
f at Hoeor t. try
T eam Qasel left Monday
a MseComb, Miss., after
week eand with Mes P ,
vgp Ayseek. I
Uwbert is "Wieling d
Alt Owaltes, Tem
3 ght uanre Club wars
1rt week by Mrs. rFaie to
f i Mr. F. Turatel. The go
grses was eMiss Lassa hl
a . Mrae. and M.
Mrs. F. enser is- rl
-~asitlti Tae m'ace
. gaa s, Umbs uo
'Or-m were M. w
&V. 1. OIS .s.ad
,eA 5. A. Garshad S
.ll re. L OM, La4
"a-- s . he .--- a
1ip ware Mrs,. T. U. 4d
)iceL. . .rok.. 'M WL. D
4, sad daalughtes
toe attad r
J 4..a4 kql sa
p. *3' m I
.s.e n a.c,- -
"-upasl. Jr, have s-w
Febas a te su"
ash. e s se. n
r th vMSs t ua
Puss of aed, n
lift INeu sad fs-1
UNION LABOR IS WITH POPULAR
CANDIDATE POR JUDGE.
1- To my friends anda friends of Organ
a PractIe what you preh.
0 Help those that help you.
Then you should support the candi
i., dacy of the Hoe. Robert O'Coanor for
as Judge of Second City Court.
d During sessions of legsalature 1908
1910, while State Beastr representing
11, our distrlct he was a comelstemt friend
_. of all bills preente sad endorsed by
organised labor, wrked for sand sup
1e ported the following bils:
h Senate Bill by Mr. Barrett
To regulate the liailty of railroad
companies Ina regard to seedts to
of their employee whichl was a erun
ner of the worklagmm's eempessation
act which is now a law.
ouse Bill u by Mr. Elder.
Which was known the full rew
bill and short oar bil for protection of
trainsem and the travelling public.
y House iml 148, by Mr. alis.L
S Known a the childd lber law for the
protecti of l sf md NImb sad mal
tary conditoes of workg childre In
g utateries sad, ech , which be.
ame a law and I now In force.
M Worked for better msarle tir school
b teaer sad vaeales !Ir reem and
SpeMse. That is why I am supporting
a him and ask all my Mids sad fMeds
a of women and blidren and erealszed
e- aIker to do the mms.
a W J. IJ. SMI
PreMint Iadge S7, Belermaters'
. KMl. ICIUSIJU~ 'IABE, UB.
MI The many triends d Mrs. August
II SIhabgl effer their eseslais in
oL resemn beravemsl t--the death
m. of her atTer, U. W. Parrsr, who died
t Dwnea's Or ve, minels.
p Mk. Sehabhl was viing her old
- beis at the time .of her pther's
U. doeth. Newspaper articles from
ra. Drner's Qrove "rpert'that Mr. Far
sEt sa, who wre $f years itd, was the
t arst white child beap In' Du Page
g snc t MM"da e. ,l was -a vetera
bt the civil war, and was one of the
as irst to repond to Liola's call to
ad volunteers. e was bured at
Downer's Grove with m Itary honers.
.. th begast AMw - In ahe +a, t
a eer spce wv b ws er his tin
. The novel feataure of the ew scheol
r wil be mevabe pettinses id wood and
Sgado sno ahrraged that derest sled
roeas may be e, strus d at a Very
short aotios and at asrtali tihe
ho they may be aL removed tr erpos I
f pmemasessmem eeesesw ad other
. . SUral P .rr.
m. W e veamr saL a surprise pars
we. tenderd Miss Esther Puckett, at
her heab in inrbi avreanus. Dtinty
al sah were served Into shead.
,a Dan was indulge cI. Thnse
Watrids! ins were the ius.s Louise
51501x. Hil Carrel, ertha aestat,
WbR Dieshards. MarUta PWl, larbh
aem s. Carrie Wfthinghm. , eds
1 Hawklns, Rsers. Stanley Barrns, Id
Nambeh, Hari 20mire, Stanley and
John Lamin, a E sIu esQe.. d, Jr.
na 11th, Diehard aieher, Mr. and Mr.
lt. Da, Meshi q sad m whilr Myit
- es eeur ads d lsh terr
- ,Ate4 sad the er sehem Amei
** ea hwar, as asM je s w
ause euges e ae se r m.
flhbmemes warn semie Ina e -
I ssN slIsi hem'-.. The mi.l we
slethr a M . e, uni,
Whee -ube -helpet a se·th M
se Mes amelahe, Uetami
e uSa sIa...e
DO YOU APPROVE OF THIS "FREE SPEECH"?
DOWN Wli THIS
• "ROTTEN REPUBLUC !
EIACTLY THIS HAPPENS EVERY NIGHT ON THE TREET CORNER8 OF ALL OUR BIG CITIES:
AMERICAN LEGION AND FREE SPEECH-AN EDITORIAL
There will be loud and prolonged squealing hands of the American Bolshevists, the L W.
by our very best little Bolshevists all over the W. thugs, and the ofecourings of crime, as in
country because the New York County com- tortured Russia.
mittee of the American Lesgion has voted dow Naturally. "The Nation" ha been nasing
a so-called "free speech" resolution. the Amrican Leion ever since it was orsan.
No patriotic American citizen will doubt iped. Why? Because it konw that the
for a moment that the American Legion is for American Leion WLL. PREVENT THE
free speech, but inasmuch as the news din- REVOLUTION so ardently desired by a few
patches will contain few details of the action thousand turbulent spirits. Anyway, 'Th
of the New York council. a good my of us Nation's" nagging has reached the point of
will be confused and many will be doubly con- frenzy, so that it has now blamed the Leaion
fused by the rantings of Bolshevists and of as a body for scattered acts of violence and
radicals, who, as usual. will talk wild Without for which it was not responsble in the let.
knowing the circumstnces . The purpos was to make the New York vet
In New York is a weekly magazineced eran disavow the acts of a few dozen irree
"'The Nation." which has been the head onlehere and thereovethe nd.
center of Bolheevisn in America ever asce The New York Legion refused to be driven
Lenin and Trotzky captured the Rousian ge- to the defensive by any old organ of Bolshq
ernment and traitororuly broke up with hey.o ism and civil war, and therefore, when, at the
nets the parliament elected by the citinry insatiton "of "he Natio," a reseoltion, de
of Rri - ri free speech for h.eey ratnsrous
street corner rowdy in the ontry, was pre.
"The Nation," having some prstaes f t rseated, they ut a ytepdy it down.
erary ecellence, has become the Iaory table
.em 'ai d e` oil every a
between nsaly every lek you wUJ bnd td and s ae iiss ainm
.d..ot. wid to PUSH THE UNITED frew ap en a bee m ist in
STATES INTO REVOLLTION-into a th eM e y where the violms
civil war that will pt our country te the is the ether me er ee .
IT TO F1ST
it IN warrma 0o *An WIEATb OPC
» Dear ir: Referring t the speekh
made at the mass meetg tIn Lay
otte Square on Saturday night by
Mr. R. A. Frost. I eere to my that
a the property a the Bolevar d In
SAlgier to which be reerred, cost
,.400 sad that whom I agreed to let
Mr. Frost have It for a restal of $4*
per mnth, the buildlng was st to ]
as umcomplete condition and hoaee
sid property did mot have the fmese
rw. 40*0! U eq sIch N. Peret
iar. As to the grermat Ies- I
gstodV I o s ra to M~!,. he w to 1
bve atsd a sImpe ta ae year*d
k she owmte fraue property *m
dam ;r Ii a ,t` "h~" sAmd
dos h wasr to. parhe rnt In ad
I do not hpelereo thd 4.$4O manth
ufr thIs 8l.O$ property was at all
Sarpetpie:; et de I elieve that
an esom e st eati aedvasetot i a
m ashse. of sa ssert for sr h a
anv retal. ot er than a pper
a bU*r -I ma se. Mr.srots state
th at t dss' two moatbA ret
Sad ~w ib wry erosemm sad
m he aeo unted beae owmlr i r.
rnm!s sateulent to ms that psa nt
1 hea p4pe would be
,fnal $0 f oe meaths at emes
.oe as as b hehese e was lei
s atloW th Se tse a mar
hs war eass.ags.
My ablebt tI emrnsesn Mr. Pase
st--ot is eo t air - 7.
gam` I mesa s, sdesma ubaser to
me th e eas f sdeta basems.
a4" i 0nl0ir1e M ac-'
hie Saggs as, $pe t *aima *t
em Ns mh it.tsn wn has ts
seea snd sn npiie oa "
IB. .ow sJ fll'~il
As 4 w·4 .a W·.:Pr~~LBS~Ir ~ 7:
Ll . A.'SEO AEI
wn an w mr
On aeount of d leak l hal bd
º mony la Ihe tanks of tIe O . DA.,
and beause Charmsa Louis Maun
Sstermas, oClsf Clert to the Mapr,
refused to call a meentl of Ute or
L ganiaatlio, the remainatn preelnct
captatns authorled ilee-pesldest W.
I N. Iurmasteo to call a meettng to
s light at Pythila Hatl for the parpos I
I of oorgnisation.
SPestals whikh ae being seat out I
- ta a mbiss of the ereiatlia.'
il ads felolows:
- PUT3UNaTW WARD U tA2O I
S Aigis, La., August kth, 1901.
SBy request oft a large aumber of
Voters of this ward, a spdecia metlag
o othe ward wilt be held at PyfSait
all,.420 Bermuda Atemt. Algiers,
m lu Ag uct 11th, 1)1, at
n 3:00 i n.p m. t0 m lare
o d:s aa M as'oeloet
lag the neewry otflcrs le- erv
the said organlsatie'd for r the
irnassestle of saet ether bsl us
' deft _ - .-.
W. N. URMAST
L. ItAis by ta swho ar ee the
I- tMib. thc a ast. 0. 0 A. 9Snt
V is to he eleated to aessed Mr. - W
t ai'mia ho mode b giving Sear
B -dan sc' opedni Mr. M..euI
a m ts as eii ri Mr. Mr -
Mtrm - Mo l thoe taistrI at the
" ar MA auwaleipr his wpea sit
t Wem.h4e seid t tbo, sevose a.
Oa 0 . . . • .
Si..-. o ,arr with ft tb l
* 6A1, 10e ward.:
-A ta we UimW i se M-B
.4 . r . 3 C. Usbgiiea , . aw
HERll IY ,
Hagrr rnnts W.dUN. - TWO
The followaing is fro the Peolee
Records at the 8th prelact stton
aesot the illing at ea ssro e, age'
1 yerarn on Sanadayl aftersee:
Heary el6m (~eoeed).
Resdesce, Maiden sane.
SBusines, errsad boy.
isme of aesoued, Seamer Jomes
(white) 1403 Patte rson st
BUSand, August 7th, r191. Black
smith. Leatiea of hoaide, 1403
Patteon St. Seekr. Alert C. Pre
dik 4:46 . . $arresd Sun
. Oat thS , 3$ 11.10 #Mrs 4lbert
C. Prads arrmt by Joseph Inanu
at eighth prei t pollee station.
Detaled a spe
I weld report releremee to a i
port ferwarded to year ottes uder
date of AvuguL t th. 11 . elatle
to tb s ooting and dadgs I usty
wolndinas one Heary NIoosn cotl.)
,oe 16 years. residing In Maiden Lane
Lower Coast, .mployed as a essag
who conducted a groery and soft
drink establlhueat at 1403 Patter
sea St., aid who orw shot by one
stairs. Upon lawvtiten Sa n s
p.ny 5, A. sed mY
der 1s in same
-dillr_- -l ---- " i o
L6the M ws her II M behd the
bar tbkbo aurd l Ia u d las
he poues t tetisher gs out or
Ie. r nro, N eleng, eins at
- hims lushgry, Jam! a to s sda,
r pepriet, give fi yer suI m I an
gIn toI sheet sh fare, asing
ofs wedle fees a ssbear Amber
a hade" d 1bt ' , iin. 10MS
as iotr tadus bamesst mae enls
lone balt strikla the negro i
left side o! the . Sad one bu et
saees t" She eoumes .t s bSold
h Joam ga e rremoela r b
ft Idesa. msh Ms emeai and
leaoiaesi toa _l cMt eaelal
sow . IhoeW 01saae at " the
Se. Pae. . L CO, at 11:40 Wln
SMeday leroleg agaget S. 1021.
4 et ls- matlsa- am& eal 1s wth
m am t, ' held r pshi redseral
we i eligis oa at t t8:30 ti
4 a. a.. 4beas In eempear
.. th ~~ duam s A<eWulAN
ALGIERS STREETS VI
TO BE REPAIRED
WILL COST $13.000--PIATTERSON
STREET NOT INCLUDED.
Street repairs costing approximately
$30,500 in New Orleans and Algiers
were recommended for immediate ac
tion to the Commission Council by Si
Commissioner Black in a special re- P
port Tuesday. Because of lack of w
facilities of the municipal repair plant it
and the urgent nature of the repairs, al
Commissioner Black urged that Com
missioner of Finance Murphy be au- ft
thorized to advertise immediately for
bids from private contractors. n
A survey by the city engineer's of- ti
aice, Mr. Black said, showed that un- sl
less the repairs were made at once the v
streets would bq in such condition as r
to cause innumerable accidents. He
said that a number of accidents al- c
ready had been traced to big holes in S
some of the streets and that unless b
the work was done immediately the
cost would be much greater several
Following is the report in full:
In view of the fact that the condi
tion of the paved streets in Algiers I
are such that require immediate at
tention, and owing to the lack of facil
Ities at the munalcipal repair plant for
making the necessary repairs, I have
had a survey of these conditions made
by the city engineer's office, with a
view of letting the repair work to
private contractors, in order to afford
the necessary relief at the earliest
possible date.. The condition of these
streets is growing worse daily, and ;
with the present facilities at the muni.
cipal repair plant, it is practically a
physically Impossibility to place the
streets in Algiers in proper condition,
and afford the rellef sought by the
residents in that locality, for several
months hence, ia view of the fact that
the paved streets in the City of New
Orleans proper requires all the atten
tion of the municipal repair forees at
this tiae. Unles this work can be
expedited by private contract, the con- I
ditions which are rapidly growing I
worse, will in a short while require i
the expenditure of several thousands
of dollars, La addition to continued in- I
convenienace and a source of danger c
to the general pubic.
"Tbe followlag list of streets are ain
need of Immediate repairs: Segian
street, from Morgan to Opelousas
(asphalt), with No square yards to I
be repaired, and twenty eubl yards
of concrete. The date o completion
of paviag of this treet Jan 2. 1o l0
Venr a1rpt. from aitorsom to De
Arma (aphas), ith 2ii sare
yards to be repaired ad thirty acubic
lards f easearet Th completion of
paving on this street Dec. 30, 180.
"Peliclan avem, from Bonny to
Elmira, and Elmira to Atlantic,
(asphalt), With 1,371 square yards to
be repaired and 100 cubic yards of
_ onrete. Date of completion of av
ing on Pelican avenue, from Bonny
to Elmira, Nov. 21, 1,04. and from
Elmira to At~sntlc, Nov. 2, 1904.
"Elmira ay, brot$plddl to Newtsa
D (Mtalithic). &iM Opoeig.- to Sllgil
(asphalt), with $5 @SqON yams to be
resired ait Imr cPw saIt. of
ro crete. Patlng completed on Elmira
frm Slidell to Newtm, Jan. 21, 1l10,
and from Opelouses to 8Sldell, Sept.
lee 2S, 1910.
o "I ur i ree t m U edibe to a
Smira (Milthl). woS ha equam
yards to be repaired sad 20 cubis
yards of concret. The paving com
plte on this street Jan. 21, 11l.
"Allx stree frum Powder to Aar
n 'tele(asph av, from Broosya to
SAtlaile (aaituh), with 140 square
yards to b repaired and tao cual
s yards o cacete. The paving oem
,pleted poa this stret, rkary 14.
· "Teh street, from spa ness to
a Dragier. (iakaet) with11 easam
d ards to ab repared and s caue
st yards of camerpie.-s b pass e
mn "To ma -e the esemary repair - to
i mated at ,06 sequare yards of ea.
er.T nra at a, tta onet am
. "It is i aseny that repairs to
, *s *tre me.eniasd rme. . bn aw it
aor eut re s thatte aem
*a s tavsrg ap e e e ut r slp
S Sunaday, a meet enlaee day was
o spet la fishlaig at LElte, La. The
at in the rowd were Joha Yaouge, H.
. Stherisad . C . Darhitvish,
m Newmra s ad Jakles Judlt.
of I erchcsiilpa·
ha was settled ad destroy
_o the mesh seead rof to ghe their
Od In a the Charity ospital
j t o'cl.ek t~. monda ,eomig
i patrolo wags whero a
It. as D a i. t . i. Pc-
der ad took a dowaward co to
*dt·', ~ e~ ~PSq
Weddings of New
WEST SIDE COUPLES WHO EN
TERED THE STATE OF MAT
RIMONY DURING WEEK.
SA LATH E-WORREILL.
The marr!hge of Miss Alva Marion
Salathe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Salathe, to Mr. Edward J. Worrell
was celebrated on Wednesday morn
ing at 6 o'clock at a nuptial mass
at the Church of the Holy Name of
Mary. Rev. M. A. Cotter, 8. M., eof
The bride, who was given to be '
married by her father, wore a blue
tricolette traveling suit with hat,
shoes and gloves to match. She
wore a corsage bouquet of bride's
roses and valley lilies.
The bride was attended by her
cousin. Miss Olga McNeely of Abita
Springs, La. She wore a dress of
brown taffeta with hat, shoes and
gloves to match, She wore a cor
sage bouquet of bridesmaid roses.
The groom was attended by beis
brother, Mr. Jas. Worrell. The
ushers were Messrs. Harry and El
During the ceremony. Miss Imelda
Niklaus rendered Millard's Ave
Marie, accompanied by Prof. Herbert
at the organ and Mr. Ned Whitmore
L The bride's mother was tastily
gowned in black satin with hat,
shoes and gloves to match. She wore
a corsage bouquet of bridesmaid
After the ceremony, a wedding
breakfast was served at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Worrell, who were the recipients of
many handsone presents, left on the
8:30 a. m. train for New York and
the principal cities of the east fo3
an extended honeymoon.
s The marriage of Miss Carme Me
lina Abribat to Joseph Barl Junot of
* New Orleans, was celebrated Wed
a nesday at 7 o'elock at a nuptial sass
a at the Church of the Holy Name of
t- Mary, Rev. Jos. Dreyer, S. M., offL
The witnesses were B. B. Ache,
n l. N. Cobb and Miss Norlne M. Bar
a TO DEW1NR TWEATE HOW TO SAVE
Is PUESOlN PEOM D MOWNIMI.
a The Red Cros has arranged a
. series of stunts to show how sa i
»t to sat a peuws rem4 f'-.
h pou know hew.
Ie The irst of thebs stunts was t mw
-#Sunday afternoon at the foot of
Canal street. and attracted a large
C, Similar demonstrations will be
given Thursday night In the publie
baths is St. Mawr street, a ea
" Sunday afternoon an exhibition w1
Sbe given In the Algiers swimni9
A ple at ew,..ng was spet t
Slthe bome of Mr. sad Mrs. Viet
StIeousse in Bellaitn e t., last Meg
Sday, when their little daughbts
Giordane, elebrated the etnversa *
L of her birth. Games wewe played
aind refreshmets we served.
SThese presst were Herbell C1
Swpe, t'Lly end Asbtea Tradawaq,
Heolen ease, Adrienne imeoUsse 0
Chattamooga, Mary Gertrude. GOi
dane and Vicor Eeousese, Mrs. .
Sreedaway, Mrs. H. L. Seam, Meg.
SV. ecousee., Sr., Mirme MoIee ast
SAnna seosese ead Mr. ead 3~.
SV. geoue. Jr.
90 SCOQIs VACCINATHIO.'
- prol uytio5 that vaeateo .I
e-ool Mldre will take place i 1
Deagg No. 4 SchooL Whitet eMldtl
will be vuetnated em September J asi
i- bsa ereie hildr ra n semr
All .hil ma. be vae ae~
to Mrs. M, Kelly and Mrs. M.
re, ,aheor a or nWe
U. lbs house was beastitdlluy
i, pilk eand white,. nas
fhl s pnetmt swo., Mlres C .
see TouJan, H. Poeture,
Cook, Aie Crumplemes, M. 3$
m wurbus: seers. . Carmpbe
& J. DFy, Ed. Wo, L. Keoller, C.
h, stres, C. Camrh, Lous Davill,
aud W. Carruth, W. J. Stafford, W.
- oris. Goems and limos. Mr. ai
• M, 3. ,o ad m
Is. ·ery few mein orsanisatiess
we M1e b C* W w asgh kajae
the bMsed of taspltasre
a as that attainaed by te HI-Art0Cl
- Os Satu Augut 134), the
hW gv1 b)ql lth graid (gaee
new way Park, betwoee
to veyd M re, The danuia
th. et sad