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Deued to te Upbuidbg of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."- MAN'FACTRERS' RECOIRD. a MIYX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921. No. 16 Irgal Menition I ld General News ITEMS CONCERNING w T SIDE PEOPLE. .- a C. V. Frisch and little daugh- S Iris, left Saturday for a trip to, yr . Pefferkorn and little son I returned to their home in a La., Monday. t E. Weigman and grandson, Em pat Saturday fdr Galveston, f to visit relatives there. I C. Juno returned home Sun t sLght after visiting his parents. Sgw J. A. Goland will leave today e ptbourg, Penn. to spend several i rs. G. Dupuis and daughter, Inez, retarned home after spending timb in Galveston the guests of t Ur. Altoa lper left last week for and other ports. . Irits Wilbert and little daugh ie and Alta Wilbert, of Pia erville Parish are guests S a few days of Mrs. Richard I WU.L ChBs. Puckett. George Kess- i a' Edward McMahon spent the at Frsali the" guest of i B;asr Meyers. Sali"e Atkman left last week l relatives In Tunies, La. -bLsa Koenig is spending tI Aiesadria, La., the guest ri.ed Pefferkorn. r. iebert younger left last week nium'-I-, Ga., to visit the Rev. PettlL pruet laley and brother. retarned Sunday after spend gm tie at Abita Springs. . L e Wil'a sail Albert Spieler hLahe OUles, Jr., returned last - ay Adas. V_. Ryan and daughter Be, Wit to visit friends to Tex s Colorado. as. A. Sasland left Tuesday "h 41hg of Ban Aatosno, ws pest of Mrs. McKinley eget week. ·. Mdias and two ohtllren ~dtfag oMrs. Henry Re rde Sagsy ,for McCoab ,1is the guest or the Uisapvr. Mt. fo TamUps. i, sad hb his ete shortly: tLCourt is spending tr sb Ae tmar at h Ve.e ar St. Loauts. C. . C ee Dann and e gma t suaday the I., WRller at Bay St. Tialelas Satul rday fo to sped a while with i EagIS returned bone treg weeks with ahs State teseurt Is speading o Atiam Sprisg the "Loi t em-s *I h Mor .da4aser. 40b "sat the week Ala V. V. Le. sand be' spease the rematder of 101 . a40 llo , Atba. Mlr 'ea.ti at the ." She epeat Sunday Ields at her hse nr hm. Ipqe left ipet We6 e anh Iage 12.) t?: 71 I LIiED ANDAND OOT I W ill aILI Serious Accidents Of The Past Week ROBERT J. BURTON KILLED IN AtO COLLISION Shrewsbury was the scene of an accident Saturday morning that re sulted in the death of R. P. Burton. salesman for the Frantz Jewelry Company. The speeding Panama Limited, due here at 11:13 a. m., struck the automobile in which Bur ton was riding, at the crossing in Srewsbury, knocking the automobile for a distance of fully 20 feet and fatally injuring 'Burton who was thrown from .the car. Mr. Burton sustained a fractured skull, fractured nose, one arm broken and other serious injuries, internally and externally. The train, which was in charge of Engineer J. Ells worth, was quickly stopped and the unconscious man placed in the bag gage car and carried to this city where an ambulance from Charity Hospital met the train at the Union Station. He died Saturday at 6:30 p. m.. without regaining consciousness. Mr. Burton was born in Pointe Coupee parish, thirty-five years ago and had resided here for eight years. He is survived by his wife, who was' Miss Lula Collette and by two children. Dorothy aged 5 and Robert J.. aged ? years. Decesbed stood high in Masonic circles, being a thirty-secoqd degree ,Mason. He was also an ElM. ( The funeral took place ,Monday afternoon at 1:30' o'clock from his late residence, 1500 Teche St. Ser vices were held at 3 o'clock at the I Scottish Rite Cathedral in Carondelet St., where the ceremonies of the Rose Croix were performed. Inter ment was in McDonogh Cemetery. i POLICE REPORT OP WALTERS ACCIDENT. I would report that about 8:30 this a. m., Monday, August 22nd, 1921, in company with Chauffeur George Payne t having a telephone message at this station that an automobile accident occured at the corner of Verret and Evelina streets, we immediately pro ceeded to the mentioned corner, and trom an investigation learned that Mr. Wendel Walters (white) age 52 years, employed as an engineer on the New Orleans Lower Coast Railroad and residing in MdDonoghvile. La., Swhile driving his automobile out Ver Sret street, sad on reaching about 5$ yards troe the corner of Eveaina St.. SIet epatrol of the steering wheel and went of the pavement ipto tbq gutter, his foot missed the brake and placed his foot on the aecelerator the car was loing at a rapid rate of speed and I on reaching the corner of Evelina t street, struck the street atudpost. Mr. Walters had his two daughters in the Smehine. Striking the studd poet, Mr. s Walters was pinioned between steering wheel and the door and was rendered unconscious. His two daugh. r ters were in the rear seat sad wee i thrown against the froet seat of the car, resulting in slight Injuries about " the face. Claire WhIters, aged 12 M years was cut across the nose and Lfl ena, aged 9 years, was cut on the - left side of the fhea The father and a two daughters wre eeaveyed to the hospital 4n the ambulance. At 140:3 g he died trees the daet of his iajuries. The automobile was damaged to the k etentt of about $00.00 and was turned over to Mr. Robert Harper. It l lAD CRUSHED BrTWUEN RAI 1 * ROAD CARS. (aught between the bumpers of , two box cars on the Public Bolt Rafl a ead, at Osge Street and the rivelr, Sundll ay, the bead eo Chrles W. PackI i rd, of Pelican Avenae, wa erush a. *d, suauig hi death. Packard wenat i. between the cars to make a coupling. id ise boe ~ wm douan by Jogej sea war, another raroad eploe who gave the alarn and stopped the SEPTEMBER MARM S.,..p,- . . . . .. ;I~ 0. D. A. THING I OF THE PAST CITY ORGANIZATION CHANGES NAME OF ASSOCIATION. The letters O. D. A. or the Or leans Democratic Asociation have been dropped by the present admin- 4 istration and it is hereafter to be c known as the Democratic Association. T in other words each ward will have a its own organization and the organ ization in Algiers will forthwith be known as the Fifteenth Ward Demo cratic .Association. In other words there is not supposed to be two fac tions of the Democratic Party in New C Orleans, and the party in power is now the Democratic Party.. The O. D. A. like the Y. 'M. D. A., and the C. L., having served their purposes, have been dropped. , SWIMMING CARNIVAL SATUR DAY. A large Swimming Carnival will be Istaged by the Algiers Playgrounds, Saturday, August 27th., at 4 p. m. I Pri8es wil be purch ed with pro , ceeds which were raIbd at the I tival held last Sunday. a The following ten swimming events I will be staged: 20 yards, 40 yards, a 60 yards and 80 yards swims and fancy diving for the boys and then s the same events for the girls. Prizes . will be awarded for the first, second I and third places in each event. Sswitch engine the cars were attached to. The englne was in charge of e William Iakeway, fireman, and Al t bert Brown, engineer. The body was Ssent to the morgue and later taken in charge by relatives. Deceased was a nattive of our town d and was twenty-eight years of age. e He is survived by his wife who was Miss Katherine Mae Bishop and by other relatives. The funeral took place Tuesday. at 4 p. m. from his late residence 30' *Pelican Avenue. Interment was in it. Bartholomew Cemetery. t PATHER RILLED IN AUTO CRASH, .I TWO DAUGHTIRS HURT. r, Wendell Walter. 52 years old of k. MoDomoghrille was killed and his . two daughters, Claire, 11 years old, It and IAllsa, 9 years old, were innured g, slhtly Monday morning when the a atomobile in which they were rid io Ing crashed into a post at Verret ie and Evelina Streets. Walt is said - to have lost control of the steering wheel on his machine. Walter and his two children were rushed to the Charity Hospital, where after his arrival he died. 'The two girls had their wouads dressed and geurned to their homes. le fanrI to~k place ruesda7 emving at 4 o'clock from his late residence, .812 Madisln Street. In terment was in MdDonoghville Ceme tery. . p gugOEilN, ABILE ON , TRACK, KlaLD BY CAB. Joseph Taltavull, 24 years old, log.. shermsa, 1510 Relglons street, was killed when strck by a TehoaoiteUial street ear in Tehptoei street near Mar et reet, at f dleahk M day igalh is legs were severed sad he smered severe coaa ems a the head and body. According to the .Snse, Taltsalhl was Ituas aeroes the ear trash aPs iy aseep and that mte M ssaa Dba .asesr ad net . him nt i It . as to late to utop the ar. TeemS Taltavull was born and reared i -a . ad was the yar est a* at ephle .Smith md the ls Jes. hitual The Lamro Wo pl Swagige,, a tI-o'iget p. a, irm - Mr. h eIs. J. I.1 and i L er, VI. assea. t-al taurr Weddings of New NI Orleans Folks WEST SIDE COUPLES WHO EN1 B TERED THE STATE OF MAT- will RIMONY DURING WmEK. not met SAT.ER-OLIVIER. wel The marriage of Miss Thelma. 011- fort vier to Mr. John Satler was quietly .abo celebrated at St. Alphonsus Church, Wh Tuesday evening. Their many friends will e wish them happiness. Will the e SCHROEDER-LANGE. hoi The wedding of Mlss Erma Lange 1as1 to Mr. Roy Schroeder was quietly W celebrated at the Holy Name of iury der Churchb Tuesday, August 16, at 8 the p. m., by the Rev. Father Cotter, 8. M. di The bride was attended by Miss hil e Cecelia Partlam, and Mr. Tom Con- wh nors attended the groom. The young tio couple left the same evening for em Biloxi to spend their honeymoon. "D ENJOYABI EVENING. W eP Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Robeau enter tamied a number of their friends t a I their home aunday night in houer " of .Caa iwhfe . nnt re tredme t w6fe u s n Dancing was indulged in, music being w furnished by a private band. Those l' partlcipating were the 'Mises Doro thy Peret, Clan Daneaux, Floris n legan, Mildred Armond, Carmen Mal e brough, Blanche McCloskey, FIorence d Parr, iloe Robesa, Ethel Palosata, Messrs. Raymond, Palasata. James, g Berne, Eiest Hammingt, Wbrreun s d ushmo, Harold Meyers. Lee Ibrnet, in of Mr. and Mrs. J. Daneenx, Mrs. Wam. a - Landry, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McCio. Skey. Mr. and Mrs.I H. J. Robes and an In many others. l· AI a MISS CIBUTAT NTEIRTANS. I s SThursday eveanin, Miss Berths on dy Clentat entertained a number of her th friends at her home in Pcifcle Ave. T ` Dainty refreshments were served in "I' Sabundance and dancing indulged in. aI Among those present were the Misses mI Mary Reilly, Hnts Sirey, Althea and ' Evelyn Donner, Jennie Landry, Alita P 5, Suth*land, Lettie and .Lorena Good. T ydar, 'Marie and Lorena Penskl, Cor of nells and Genevieve Cieutat, Lillian di1 Hlderbrand, Messrs. Earle Roussate Id, Alfred Peterson, Emile Mothe, Joseph ed Susslin, John Guillot, John Ceutat. he Mr. and IMrs. Goodyear, Mrs. Penski m Id- and IMrs. Cleutat and many others. P gat_ mat Lid STOLEN ALOVHO wFOUND IN a ng IVER. r A barrel containing fifty gallons of re denatured alcohol, which was stolesa re from a box cat at Yooklyn and Dianl Nro streets, Friday nlaht,was tound fleot- u nd tag In the river i1tnrday at the head ' of Homer street. S. Meyers, president P n7 of the Crescent Distillery, said the l*d. nto cohol was stolen from a box car In- which was cesald to his plant. N TOWWl 'PESTS Kre l eEm a w wt4 I I r I I I i " i has 1 he I V me led asseems em --om I em .wa em. emed a s ;h Inmi New Herald Feature Starts This Week Pr: Beginning this week the Herald Gai will add a new feature that will Go( not only be interesting to boys and Hal men but will interest the women as ape well. This new feature will contain forty-eight half-column articles all Hal .about the great scouts of the world. St. When you read these articles you Ec will know: How Buffalo Bill and Wild Bill got their names? Who was the "Evil Spirit of the Plains" and Mc how he got his name? Who w9s the Oti last man to see General Custer alive? Ry Who were the original "Rough Ri- WI ders?" That a half-breed Negro was the greatest chief of the Crow In, dipns and that his tribesmen poisoned him to keep his spirit with them when he wanted to return to civiliza tion? That a scout once saved an r emigrant train from the Indians by wt "scalpit' himself 'Who was the Sp "Death Wind of the . Delawares?' Li Who w's the "American Idaseppa"' i Who was the "White Chief of the s, Pawnees?" That one great scout was gg a poet, another a painter and another S.playwright? The story of Buffalo Oi r Chs, the understudy of Buffalo Bill? 4 That A Seath Sea Islander was GOn em! Crools favorite scout? What Swas the strangest duel ever fought in th America? Who was the "Americhn cli Ulysses?" Who were the "Bloody Es- pr pinozast p e ITALIANS TAKE OFFENSE. to " Some of our Italian friends in Al- K - glers have taken exception to a elas i Sstie4 advertIselmft which appeared ti t in the Times.Plcayune a few days th '. ago which read as follows: U º "Barber wanted, must be firstclass d and steady. Man, no bummer or Ital- p ian need apply. Best job in the city. h Apply 8 a. m., 33 Seguin st., Algiers, In a communication to the Herald, a one of our Italian citisens 4states that r the above ad is a clipping tfre the STimes.Picayune on Aug. 11 and 12. "It shows the ignorance of some busi- ti ness men trhose customers, the great Vi . majority are Italians. 'Remember your em id money is good Anywhere, so try to w A patronize some one who caters to all. w 6- Thanking you for your attention. e "AN ITALIAN BARBER." V SSE THAT CHIMDREN ARE VACCINATED. B t. With the opening of the public tc ki schools a little over three weeks off. I . parents should see that the childrpn S are ready to enter on the first day 8 in order to get advantagq of all the I work. n One of the requirements for admis sion is vaccination. ,No child will be allowed to enter . school who has not been successfully ad vaccinated within the past seven at years, or unsuccessfully re-raccinated l. within the past five ,years. s The medical directors of the public schols will be at McDonogh No. 4 Lchool on September 5 and 6 to vac cinate white children, and September 7 and 8 for colored children. The hours will be from 9 to 11:30 a. m. DELIGHTFlL EVENING. Mr. and Mrs. DeBlane of Bermuda Street entertained a few frieads last week and a most enjoyable time was spent by all. Games of various kinds were played. In Paddle Top, Miss Peroux and Mr. Bomr were the suc eesd gsipers and in Fan Tar. Mrs. Ruth Rumble and Mr. Hy. Fraser were seucessll. Mr. K. Giles re eelved the consolation. Dritg the eventin Mr. Saucier en tertained with instrimental selections -and Miss Peyroux with vocal sele tious. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. C. Pavrret presiding at tbhe pch bowL. Those present were Misses C. P ron: and Beulah ar-ne. Meadames C. nsvret, . Ruble and J. DeBlanuc Messrs. #. 8aunses, H. McDonald, KI. gs, H. Fraser, J. DeBauc and While .. . MeOe~era, 328 Bony Saet, was returSmig from work at the Jabuse Blplhre, M Stm e a anag - grwt hr,-is was -, - sstl,. i.he W ab. REFORM ORGANIZATION WINS BIG CITY VICTORY Old Substantial Algiers Ring A thing Of The Past---Usual Large Majorities Dwindle To Almost Nothing. The judi, ial election htl h ti I place thro utgh t the c'it\" ni -. . of the p.trlsh, s on Ttieslda;y. hii.hd v.rx (deci-.ivi ly that thli nt\ew rI 'i.;.I adnllnisi'itrusion is now well enllrnclcdi in Oulice iat t'iat people ,re beginning to see the, tle.sit\ of reform. All of the city wardI gave cood and saft in.t jorities to th. 1 eforni adnini-tration. only three nxards giving a tnajority to the regulars. Amongl there, three was Algiers which shows such a ma terial falling off from last election that it is a forgone conclusion that this district will be on the safe side in the next election. On account of the di_ organization in Algiers and the fact that the registration had been neglect ed the showing made here was more than satisfactory and is quite a com_ pliment to the reform forces on the W1est Side. The fight in Algiers by the regulars was made for Judge St. Paul, but the best they could do was to give a ma Inritv of 01: vntaa altnpethar Thora Precinct. 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total Gamble . 3 1 0 4 3 5 5 2 0 2 3 28 Godchaux 19 38 19 27 40 32 23 21 6 .. 5 17 16 263 Hall ...20 74 36 59 47 45 29 43 4 4 3 8 6 378 Spearing 9 13 5 12 4 3 4 11 2 .. 0 .. 6 69 Baker ..18 49 16 34 40 41 22 27 9 .. 5 17 22 300 St. Paul.27 80 39 61 43 43 34 44 3 3 3 8 17 405 Echezabel 17 42 23 36 37 37 24 29 8 .. 5 19 21 298 Fisher . .. 3 5 7 .. 2 .. 5 .. 1 .. 3 4 30 Moran .. .. 1 .. 2 .. 2 .. 1 1 1 .. 1 2 11 Otero .. 4 10 3 7 .. 6 3 1 1 0' .. .. 2 67 Ryan ...27 72 32 49 44 36 34 40 2 2 4 4 6 352 Wlngrave 1 1 1 3 .. 2 .. 3 . .. 12 CLAIMING LAND, (CITE BSPANISH GRANT. Records extending back to the time when Louisiana was a province of Spain have been tiled in the Civil Distrlct Court by William H. Ward in an effort to prove ownership of a siuare of ground ecupled by the Al giers Sawmill. Mr. Ward filed suit against the Orleans Levee Board after, he main tatted, It completely grreunded his property with a , lena4opt levee and refused him compensation for thiW" privilege. The Levee Board claimed Mr. Ward had no title to the property and that it was a public place. Mr. Ward maintains the property formed part of a grant made by the King of Spain to Don Louis Borepo in 1770, and, after being sold several times, came into possession for Bar tholomew Duverje, to whom the United States government is said to have confirmed title in grant. The plaintiff cited numerous transfers to show passage of the property into his bands. WATEI ELON PARTY. A watermelon party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis of Vallette Street, on last Wednesday eveainl. Dancing was Indulged in until a late hour and refreshments were served in abundance. These pres ent were: Misses Dioness Vitter, Edna Willis, Colletba ,Boudreaux, Rita Dinsa poll, Martha Ponti, Ethel Richards, Jeanette Lange, Jeanette Dennis, Alice Bunsar, Lucille May and Elizabeth Bar. ton, Sarah Bauman and HildaCarroll; Messrs. Raymond tper, John and Stanley Leonard, Joe. Trauth, Austin Spahr, Chai. Willis, Joe. Path, Collie Mangano and Bill Hildebrand and many others. Remarkable Lighltnin Photograph ~a'. 4 s'm· I~e ' rl - -- tn~r Cr rc n rdrr cM'~+ r) sdrOIer . ~'.r~" "q4 " - -4 ~ '4.~ ,' e a' i hIIa a', r"lh Ila '(p ilT . t. t. the' h. te . ,1;'," tr'I: O' lr p,, t.r .,, to prleVioU4 , i,"" , 11, "T'hl is ei !'her due to gross er'',r or :-o:n' arr)t" i rt'y that will pr;a1'hp4 he inve-tic stel by asking the otae Ini. ofa thia lballot , \. not so much til at it iila te any eflst on the rPe_ sltlIs, but ntelrel to .1'certain what is w rong. .\nother pegullar!ty in Tuesdays.I elec tlon occured in the tenth precinct, w here only four v\.tea were .ast in the rntest bet een .ll1dg . Raker and Judge St. Paul. Jludge Iaker did not receive al single vote which is very evl_ dent that not even the captains of the precinct or any of the 0. I). A. com missioners voted with the party. In this prec'nct, also exGovernor Hall received four votes and Godchauz none. This vote will certainly necessi tate some explanation as to why all e the votes were cast for the Regulars. - Following Is a tabulation of the vote a eat: FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. Miss Katie Eourg of Lafayette, La., was surprised by a number of her i friends here, the occasion being the fourteenth anniversary of her birth. Those who attended were Misses Gladys Henrietta, and Elenore Grun., meyer, IMartha Schuletta. Lucille Ktrig, Ora, Agnes and Genevieve Brown, Tillie Richard Ordette sad Bridget Breaux, Lucy Edna Pedes. ' Mabel Burk, Marie L Ge -r, Camus, Elmer Orumamyre rowad aW ting. itaralsal Floyd Wattigney, Earl M o and Jerome Camus. Leonard MeAI son, Alphonse Camus, of Hamaed.' La., Ell Bour, Mrs. Stone and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heggle. Mr. an' Mrs. 4E. IMolaison, Mrs. E. Boour and Mr. an6 Mrs. J. Weigman. A PLEASANT EVENING. A pleasant evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. KasIemr is Pelican avenue last week, when thr little daughter Elisabeth, celebraed her birthday. Gaues were played ad refreshments were served. Those r ticipating were: Claire Choate, (L.* rle and Loulse Richer, Dorothy D con, Ora Chico, IJIHan Barswmv Marion Burrows, Margery BurroW.e and Amalle Chieo, Joseph BUrrow0,. Rena and Verney LeBlane Lomait Pllmore, Harry and Earl Molaeiol. Noquin Richards, Burwich LAeBIme, Peosy and Helston Erris. Morris Rich. letr Joseph Kessler, Henry Choale and many others enjoyed the evening. J. W. CRAWPORD ELYfiED SU. RETARY Of 0. D. A. CLVI. J. W. Crawford, clerk of the Ti - I c Court and the Algiers Recordelr' Court, has been selected secretary oe the Fifteenth Ward, Orleans lome. cratic Asoction Club, succeeding Hugh R. Hafktebring, who resigned