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-. - ,-BARGAINS that will save you many a dollar will and regularly the aivertsing of local E Tmerchants in this paper. teed as UpIebMn of the W est Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper." -MANTFACTURlRS RECORD. ,XX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1921. No. 29 .. .. . . . . .1 . . . u mn __, nm mn. nhmn n nnm m munn CAPTURE MI WHEN ALARM INGS AT CHURCH the automatic burglar alarm C with the contribution box sale ey Name of Mary Church, ben Od sunday afternoon firemen wer the street and several at -eptured Louis Bokart, 29 cus old, who said his home isin cha and recovered $10.75 in C and dimes which had been wot from the box. Bokart was stre with entering in the daytime chr ttY larceny. wing a series of contribution not erles a few months ago, the mol M. A. Cotter, 8. M., pastor . Name of Mary Church, AU the box with an electric that rings a large bell in the of the church. S an nd civilians hearing the $1( -ws Sunday afternoon ran after Jr., who ran into the Holy Cross dal where he was captured. res *t e floor of the room in which tor a aptured, it was said, a screw wa with which it is believed he 5, Spes the box was found. The was found wrapped in a T wehiUtef under a box In the Syard. 171 eni VOIVJUg ANNIVER ARY. of W h ayday evening of last week thi 1jj crowd of little folks met at ' oe of Mr. and Mrs. Walter ati to celebrate the fourth anal- col Sd,.the birth of their son the fau the evening many games the e7U by the little ones and a p14 " b was spent. Dainty re wE Swere served. , s present were: W. and B. on Iris Williams, Iris Rpbasa, a al A. Kllak, I. and B. Garffay, V. th ,. LeBlanc, V. Smith, . I~uJol, ta V., ad V. Kinkaid, W. Dubret, cle LI, aid A. Lahusen E. and W. fu D. Dickey, F. Buchholz, W, wi J. Cruise, B. and C. Lava A. aid M. Atteahofer, and O. m " ir. ad Mrs. C. C. Glach, Mr. w .a C. Burnell, Mr. and Mrs. tb Mr. and Mrs. W. lahmma, to em Mrs. A. Robsara, Mr. and at . eser, Mrs. A. Klnak. Mrs. SMr. and Mrs. J. ihk amai Mrs. B. Kiakad, Mr. Ie 0. Priseh sad Mr. sad MMr T ý- T m ha t na a a r a V bsb bnirh at da hoem oA > bis, 22 Laversae ate*t. wn senses smm a mtat. SRaied aid a m sat -. aes ,g was spea. Deliea wis: May Whlttammt& 'hsth, Gs -m- l Riamd Clam Whrr albert Mime, JIerume -1O, 1 'Imyeý, V ivin Amy and Ru ads SN Imiam MWr Cluk, Rath Ayeek. UMis, Cla mad Clatre.Hsrt mwams... R.a anam Reias Cla S aid IDa1 se worn meraamus. orAs of agat moanmst d4 tie bad with a 1 alit and referr to him as qid a "ugmblS,.o William H4 North Cabherme mi aat Isa CMvU Diub ' IWDratl free his wiit. I e srl a . P tSt Ts -' *w -gr - agr - Vs em, 1 * IL I --i S ,e 'w4 gSI "` . VA i ItN: d MORE THAN $600 IS RAISED FOR HOME I OF INCURABLES s Chrysanthemums left from the a sale Friday and Saturday for the i, benefit of the Home for Incurables a were sold at the cemeteries Sunday 1 at nominal prices, Mrs. Henry Al 9 cus, chairman of the commitJee in n charge, said Saturday. I Considering the bad weather, the n women selling the flowers on the Is streets did well, Mrs. Alcus said. The Le chrysanthemums were the gift of G. L. Ricks of Algiers. Returns were n not complete, but it was estimated e more than $600 had bjen raised. i, AUTO COLLISION ic BRINGS -DAMAGE SUIT. George Johnson entered suit for ie $10,300 damages against John Hints, er Jr., in Civil District Court Wednes as day for alleged personal damages d. resulting from a collision of an au :h tomobile driven by Hints with, a w wagon driven by Johnson, December - se 5, 1920. te a HIRTY-FI'TH ANNIVERSARY On Thursday evening, November an 17th, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Salathe entertained pt a reception in honor m of the thirty-fifth anniversary of ul ek their marriage. dr at The double parlors were decor- Fi aer ated with flowers and ferns, and M al- colored lights were strung around de on the room, presenting a most beauti- to ful scene. Music and dancing were to ies the chief features of the evening's 1it a pleasures. Two reels of pictures re- were shown by their son Erwin. o01 Those present were limited to ti B. only the immediate family, and by sl as, a strange colncidence, there were V. thirty-fve seated at the table. The as lol, table was filled with all the delica ret, cies of the season and the table was W. furnished in silver and cut glass that W, was thirty4ve years old. va- Mr. and Mrs. Salathe received O. many telegrams from relatives who Kr. were unable to be present, among g Irs. them being one from their daugh- p on, ter, Mrs. B. J. Worrell, who is re and siding t New lorkL, Irs. Mrs. Salathe was called on to , nk- make a speeeh and she recited the t; Mr. fllowing poetry: Ir1 Through thirty-v years of sun- | shine, i Through thlrty4ve yers of shade, d Weve lased upon eaL other, i awe've e b sd t she tils oathe, [ And down the rvat of life, , We've wandered ever side by side,4 As loving man and wife., Wove had our joys and sorrows, i 6dI shtet and bar ters, And as our thouss tare' bleIr_. A dowa the mfl t o-.rL 4g, Tieafet nghts are rgAGMa. As Is the briatmes t a, a , we have had eseht ether, Foer whir we most did pray The lelver threads bave whitened, The leeks of shng .gold, SWe've, left our youth beud es, a And we're growing o - SBut our' hearts are yngu as ever, reet. soy 7)yons lm, ' And our ives have ever bee guided, By our God whi reigS above. ths The .years that re before as, Sa I ' number may be few. a as we have had the ailte seere, le AndAs more than is aour de. walWel w reedy who he bels us, TsU to our maes I the ser wit Agd. wen sl adly lay our brenmras And diwe " wi maim es high. HUMAN INTEREST iz d I 4 4 4 ('6/ Set _ SCHOOL BELLS RINGING LO1 ADOLPH MEYER. The pupils of the first, second and third grades were given a Rose "Tooth Brush Drill" last Friday 81 morning by Miss Lily Mims, a reg ularly appointed school nurse. These drills will be conducted every other Friday morning at the school by Tb Miss Mlms. They will prove a won- stra derful opportunity for our children jer 1 to learn about the care of their was teeth, a very essential thing in the but life of all children. twee The past week was known through- in t out our school as "Interior Decora- to a tion Week." Handsome borders, that symbolic of Thanksgiving, can be Johi seen in all rooms. The window sills ulne are adorned with beautiful ferns, W while at certain intervals, the walls one are hung with pretty baskets con- furs t taming drooping plants. The hall Don and entrance, too, contain handsome fros i palms and ferns, while the princi- ladl Spql's office is a veritable bower of fne i growing plants. The home like ap- con pearance of our school attracts the J |attention of all visitors. With the that addition of our new sand tables, bet 0 which arrived during the week, each dou e teacher through the seventh grade tios will have an opportunity to further j Sbeautlfy her room, as well as to il- one lestrate more clearly many of the the difficult problems which she is con- he fated. she ' W.wrl t, aoibetger with ly sincerest thanks, the receipt of two Byi new Victetla Records, yhich were as ,. donated to the school by Mrs. Ed- Dr, ward Campbell, a member of the co- grs operativd club. I The following pupils were perfect lu in the weekly tests of spelling and the 4. sapid arithmetic: Mr ARITHMETIC. Dr Eighth Grade A--Oi Brown, El- the mer Gruadmeyer, Anatole Landry, it Claire Motfet. Eighth Grade B-Marion Edge- ms combo, Rhea Trudeau ,Ble Tru- He dean. ph Seventh Grade A-Rosiede Corte, cow Joseph Castello, William Zeringue. Seventh Grade B-lone Cox Eu- ca la May Kenney, Earl Cooper, Mar- Do geerite Rogers, Nicholas Corona, 1 d* Thelma Hints, Nathan Forrest. Jn- n ase Scott. Fifth Orade A-Ethel Moronge, se Charles Bryan, Clemmie Smith,' Iol Willie. r, Fifth Grade B-Leroy Cooper, th Arthtr Danoe, lawrence Tagert. p Third Grade A-William Brech- 1 tel, Karl Brehetel, Ruth Walek. as Third Grade B-Alde Rogersm i Loretta Tierney, Victor Peres, Neil 81 Maronae, David Gibbs, Laura Fa - ane, Thee. Rogers. Third Orade A-Martel C~f0l~g-5* houe, Allan Edgecombe, Marguerite a Boblehau, ,ar. Hebert. Alice Tirdl Grade B-b-h el eert, G Elgun Sutherland, Alvin Wattigney, P Amanda Hebert. Seeond Grade-Melb Campbell, d Ana May keuetrei , Lam ' asa. Jeddy lodgers, Wlliam Whela. Arthur Bandeau Wilbert Edge oembe, Leaes O re sU mr Ornmdameyer . Eighhse rade A-OraBrow, oembes sLawaese steamer, Locos LadrY, Mase itt , Charles Ca ea. A nthoeny lamr. Loaet* *el Seventh Gende A-lise de 0e. s ev-e G ge3 -Mares*r aegees, goery sblen , -- me a esds A-Altea Wattle Mary Gao, Ame Casuard, l o,._ A-Ethe,- Me ,eag. . .II O3 U I ew, M-I ·?f;~rB 4am ' LOWER COAST Iti HAS SUPPER - Roast Pig, Red Lemonade and Speeches Were lateresting Features. Dr. 1 John Laskey Now Of Age. Edito They say that politicians make I strange bed fellows, but the little sup- Re jer that was given Tuesday night other was not a political meeting at all, work but the Herald was able to read be- muni tween the lines that faclonal politics wish in that precinct had been laid aside will 1 to a certain extent and the supper to ot that took place at the residence of Grav 8 John Laskey turned out to be a gen- the I ulne love feast. big i I We were told that Fred Tieman of tt e one of the ships, and that Charles for 1 furnished some red lemonade from to a 11 Donner caught some of the pigs situs e from our pound-keeper, and that the Lond U- ladies furnished the balance of the1 alttu f finest spread ever put oat for human done consumption. all * John Laskey finally acknowledged are e that he was of age. He placed his age the . between 27 and 35. There was some join, h doubt as to the veracity in connec- cent ie tion with this statement. roa sr Judge J. R. Leaninger came over as they 1- one of the guests, and made a talk to mod ie the boys Captain T G. Detael said boal I- he wasn't much of a talker but he e, showed tb haeys a trick that eertain o Big Ed. McNair was there He said r something about the path from the tol d- Dry Dock to Vesiens, sad why the ofts 0- grass is growlng there now. dale Henry Acker. the. President of the er et Pifteenth Ward, made a talk alg wsa rd the lines of presenting something to and Mr. ]Lakey, and it tell to, the let of wl Dr. Kraft to present to Mr. Laskey ad 1I- the oRicial badge, whle carried with ry, it a tender of a certain ofiee which boi Mr. Lasked adignantly deflined, not e- much to the regreat of its gueets. ma -u- However, the badge was finally the pinned on Mr. Lakey and he is now te, considering the matter. ie. Val. Lumas rendered several o had E- cal seleetlens Mr. Steve T rn ar- both sang and spoke, bat,l thl e a, lan guage and we seel reasenbl s .- sure that it was well done, e The supper, which was served, eon- the ,g, sisted of potato salad, rdst IE eat o chicken gumbo, tt duck, red lemonade, apptiss and ad , the usual other relishes to help com- fro plate the menu. The talee were pi, we oh- sided over by. Mrs. John Lashe, Mrs. p Jack Sherer, assisted by Mrs. asusr` Ilk s, tno, Mrk. John Whlen, md Miss A. th l Sherer. - pe- Ues those already lmoted t the foeowing wwre pIsse oad wT a g pen with .tobasts: Walter Rich- go e ards, J. Lilly, J. P. Veslm, John wi s M. Dufy, John l ninat John Whoe b 11 Merrill Cassrie VIatas 'Wat- th t, tigpy, J. W. Crawfdt, w. M. Bar. •ee y, aster, 3. M. askey. W. . . Smth, o P. J. . Alss, F. G. Tiepan, aug. HIm w heyl , D..J. Lahaa, Lee Richard, C. i J. Doaner, B. P. DloeAm, Dr. Cha to w. Mausts, Felix Bes, Jr., and P. I ta, Ord. rp Vm1 m r n m w ie- I" asr 36-a #im. N --~-Ir Letters From The People 3 B Misr COMPARES OUR FERRIES Manue WITH A LIKE SYSTEM Arthui IN ENGLAND. p. mn, bride's Algiers, Nov. 22, 1921. qua, Dr. Kraft. cerem Editor Algiers Herald, erend Dear Sir: of Goc Referring to our conversation the Frey other day regarding your ardent dres I work in the endeavor to obtain a goome municipally owned Ferry System. I and a wish to quote an instance which I for a will remember of a condition similar to our present one, is the town of 8] Gravesend, England. This town is A q the Port of London where all the that 4 big shipping is handled on account Claud of the river not being deep enough celebr for boats of our ten thousand tons o cloc to go right up to the city, it is Name Isituated about eighteen miles below ficiat] London on the River Thames. Now Lorry although all the offileial work is D. Be done in Gravesend, the shipping is Thi all done at Tilbury docks, which tle are situated on the opposite side of be pl S the River, these two picees were joined by a terry system which was controlled by the L. Y. A S .E. Rail road, who could practically do as So they liked because it was .the only Thib mode of crossing the River. The at t d boats they had were old side wheel- Go. 0rs which had been in operation boy, : siqut forty 75P190 wsre really the L un&tidetar 'h nd0" iervicc, far e., tret, pa~-seger service, they were unable New to keep any kind of schedule and tde& often the thousands of men who . daily crossed to work in the boats were delayed in getting to work, by aud on t~P of that a man had to s wait almost an hour to get his ferry fare' beck. Well conditions got so a t bad that the matter was taken up or h before the town council, who at once 7th , nottifld the PaHroead company they must improve' their service or else ly the city would confiscate the ferry w system, notice I said confiscate not buy. Well within two months we r. had six new turbine ferry boats oP ma running, keeping a five .minute co .schedule, and reduced the fare trodt aig ly sit cents each way to two cents ell eah way, sad. ti conjunction with onll .- that the Railroad ran what was a lled a workmans train from the me ferry right into the docks for sat ad additional charge of two cents, and sty - from flarnl*l statistics, the ferrim Swere still earning a serviceable . proflt. I. cannot see why something - tlike that cannot be done here, A. that was a town of thirty-five thou- in esad people, while we are nearin m *@ thhalf million mark. Yet we still Mr have the same old ferries which wetre 6- good enough for our grand pareat;, a why to a stranger coming in, the torrp k boats are an absolute joke, to'think ca: at that a meders *t like. New Or- a, r leans, st hngingr to the style dri 4 of boat built sty years ago, b the p way, the River Thames is a tidal i C. river, having a . difttferene of about Stwenty-si beet between high and ts low tides twieo a day with a curdel rent at as must ste mile dowN sand severn m s up,.that ssomethin which we have et to eoatead with. I, personaly,. a well wisher for the impesvanSt and advane of our side eo the river do haWtl idoose the' wrk whitch the com mittee t Alerses hatve dae to ward trying t wake np the city authorities te best west NOw Orleasr is a vital prt of the eity of We#Oesas sad is susy estiled to me eoamsiseatle tpm as it it were ituated a the ort an coast of Atfe.. op00iag t mybe o Isome ass to ee nyeo arguments for improve d n isia erviee, I be to 0 alr. In pisisg atbSU 1 OPr t Io -eAmees tbo th. Li mI tle citlmn et the 1ey M ig it -hd 1r LM l U I -sa ON AL. SfLARRA1fGZNTS if A? & a SEEN ItADBE SO THAT 13 Weddings of New Pei Orleans Folks Al WEST SIDE COUPLES WHO EN- SH, TERED THE STATE OF MAT. RLMONX DURING WEEK. McEVOY--'AIRIý NE IL. Oin Miss Cora McEvoy. a very charm- frocu ing young lady of Mobile. Ala.. was married to Mr. Bob Farnell also of flue. Mobile on Thursday the 17th. Mr. sary Farnell is connected with the Stude- Mr baker Auto Co., of Mobile. S. 1i The young couple spent their' Mr honeymoon here, the guests of Mr. Mlom and Mrs. C. L. Stumpf. here. SMr FRItI(HTS-JONES. are The marriage of Miss Lillian land, Jones to Mr. Joseph Fruights was tla quietly celebrated at the church of Tues the Holy Name of Mary Wednesday The evening at 3 o'clock p. m. The Curr young couple left the same evening for : for Mandeville, to spend their honey- NolN moon. They were the recipients of Ing many beautiful presents. They will the ( be at home to their many friends at TI 273 Bouny Street. Rub DI'VI('-PASSALIAQUA. illn Miss Rosalie Marie Passalaqua and day Manuel Duvic son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar Arthur. Duvic were married at 5:3f rece p. m., Friday at the home of the Ran bride's mother, Mrs. Philip Passala- ner qua, 1230 Louisiana avenue. The ing. ceremony was performed by the Rev- i erend Father Heffernan, of Our Lady reta of Good Counsel Church.. Miss Regina at Frey served as bridesmaid, and An- Th t dres Duvic, brother of the groom, as L goomsman. Following the ceremony T and a banquet, the couple departed ter I for a tour of the North and East. thai r nest I SHOREY_4-CHEXNAYDER D A quiet wedding of this week was e that of Miss Letita Shorey to Mr. It Claude P. Schdxnayder, which was MI h celebrated on Monday evening at 7:30 s o'clock at the Church of the Holy Is Name of Mary, Rev. A. M. Cotter, of w ficiating. The attendants were: Miss w Lorraine Vaughn and Messrs. Frank ' Is D. Berthelot and Robert E. Deas. on is The young couple are stopping at on ,h the Hotel Grunewald, where they 'will El of be pleased to see their many friends. as BIREY AGAIN A WINNER. o as Some local talent was displayed at ly Thibodeaux. Sunday, November 11th, the at the Jackson street arena. when l- Geo. 81rey, a very popular Algiers t an boy, who is making gret stride In S [y the puglistic world, decisively do- 0 > tested ddM O'arra, a pretang W le New Orleamns boy. Siry made a doe- h ad ided hit with the Thibodeau pop* ho lae. ts was accompanied to ThibadeoUl x r by Hilliard Bock and Charles Ting to strom. Di Red Shapnon, a popular New Or- C leans boy, well-known in Algiers, sue- a ceeded in defeating his opponent. Vic I Moron. via the K. O. route in the to 7th round. 91 r THE. GUAMBLB AND THE LADY. A Algiers is fortunate In having an to ts opportunaty to enjoy the fine stock d ate company that appears each Tuesday el oal night at the Folly Theatre. The mem- w bers of the company are each one ex cellent actors and they have put'oa a wLt only the very best of plays. The the eanery is changed for each play and a an the costumes are up-to-date as to G sd tyle and appropriatenes a The play for neat Tuesday is "The I i Gambler and the Lady". It is a story Ii l of lf on the Missmlppl river in the I lg good ol IseLmat dayU. There will be a Srstcas Mack face comedlan in the play who will furnls mr mns I meat itor yong sad for old. rerc U1NTERTAIDE AT CARD.B 1 _rr Mrs C. . Diekey entertained at eards o a Meoaday la honor of the 0 anatveary of her birU . v RHun- I d de d was played, the seeussful th play g Mrs. R. A. Tansy, del Mr N. o ease mad Mrs. J. J. net as, Mrs. H, T. Malse reeived end the ousoti Afte the games a -lcd" ·l n rm atd r - -s sxL. a- - Personal Mention And General News SHORT ITEMS CONC'(RNIN'G S WEST SUIE PEOPLE. On Monday ev\ening. Miss Mabel Broussard entertailned a number of friends at her lholl. .42: Slidell ave nue. it heintc the si\tenth anniver sary of her birth. Mrs. C. J. Warrt: arrived on the S. S. El Estero, frum New York. Mr. E. J. Worre! sailed in the S. S. Momus. after spending .several days here. Mr. and Mrs. Thates and daughters *' are spending Thanksgiving in Race land, the guests of relatives. Mrs. I). Murtagh entertained the Tuesday Evening Five Hundred Club. y The successful players were: Mrs. E. e Curren. Mrs. C. V. Kraft. (playing a g for Mrs. E. J. Mother, and Mrs. H. M. Nolan; Miss Stella Abribat. (play- ,I fing for Mrs. A. E. liotard i, received I 1 the consolation. The many friends of Mrs. Runth Ruble, will regret to lecarn of her illness. i The .I. F. F. Iotto Club met Satur day evening at the home of Miss SMargaret Brown. Miss G. Martinez received the first prize and Miss M. e Rantz, the consolation. Miss H. Don- p ner will entertain at the neat meet e ing. e ing.lr. and Mrs. C. L. Stumpf enter retained Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farnell at a supper dance at the Bienville. Thursday night. 1y The many friends of Mrs. J. Wal ad ter Adams, will be pleased to learn that she is recuperating after an ill- 3j ness of three weeks. (Continued on Page 3) Ir. as MIS HU'CKINS TO SING 30 AT ELKS RECfIAL. fly Miss Zelda Huckins, the talented [k young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huckins of Alil Street, will be at one of the soloists at the Elks recital ill Sunday evening at 5 o'clock at the Elks Home. Miss Huckins is e pecially gifted as she excelis in both vocal and instrumental music. , at BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin T. Salatho ea ers tqrtalned at a birthday party last - in Saturday eveaiag from svse to in - de. o'clock i bhonok 0f thir Ut fgs Wasyr Twu pev -lsoak - ge do home Wayane's grmdgmaM, r. rpi. and Mrs. W. P. Salstbe, whlbch prettily decorated a with straP. d nxe colored ineandeseent lights. Ing- The game "Pin the Tall oa tL'~. Donkey" was played and Miss N~a Or- Cottam raeoived the girl's Lret pris sumc- a e of handkerchides, sad Muse Vic MEdward Worrel, the boys' pres, the football. The booby prise f the sirls, a small doll, was wee by Mlm,. Elba Oswald and the boys, by Msn. DY. Merlin Brown. Two reels of pictures weroi IR an to the children. Musicd, asllag Lck dancing were the features o1 day evening's enjoyment. em- were served In shandande. ex- Master Wayne was the recepildt $ on many pretty presents. The "Those prat: Thomas and Simon, Berkee and Ju1e k I to Godfrey and Statos MeNsely, ne and Wilsel Salath, Mariel. The Ethelyn Wad lIllian AIbrcht, tory lin Brown. Percy Josee, Evelya the Dolly, Lloyd and Edna Arnald, will and Wilbert Marongs, Nell dlan iba Oswald, Nellie and T l sae tam, Rolnad and Normn Ja Agaes and Cathera .Kerr, and Lasts Aubert, AlMvi saSd U Darand, MYlrvin and Dm11 RlIm seat . Loauis and Lester lPM Sat Cllatno and Gas Bue, Le sand tthe retta Caey, Frankle Leesat, J. ilan and Harry LAeoou t LeIle laeeU einsl Mary Loulse Dabr, Margaet u eiy, ty, Johanle oYangr, ChasMl. 3. 3. holder, Eddie rneo and Harold sred reol, Lloyd, Brwin and WayNe , ia, a lathe, Arthur and Mery Prleem m, yether