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tain sufficient inormation about the otter. Your want ad. in effect, in your printed voice. The more you tell, the qu:icker you sel:. Devoted to the Upblidlag of the W ft 8Me of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANLTFACTURERS RECORD. ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1922. No. 43 ITATION ( IAMRD AIM S . Hecht, president. Dock Board Friday ii Mfltei s of the Algiers ri Ih a view to ascer- J 0o, it the station is t. the government, if it S by the Dock Board. ti s ail Manager J. H. q t Secretary and h S. McChesney are r Wgtoln attending the b -*1 and Harbors C'on- s Mr. Hcht said that had formulated no ( over and op;erata the |operty. they were station's equipment ,towards seeang what to afd in th? devel prt. t IpJiagton. Mr. Hecht i t with Assistant go NavY Roosevelt. lie 1 he Navy Yard and other , C1gig and concerning I Orleans, and try to I elat is intended to be t MAlgers Naval Station. gOVeramept abandon th Dock Board take t place at the dis- r .P Board one of th- t Icas ia the country, a c Iilpga equipped with J Q machit., aad c a place la which to e .- a.-t work, X APPODITMlIENT. h was appointed a c agtes board of equal- d ti for the parish a Sovernor Parker tas een named by 1 Tax Commission for I Syearson to succeed . batlf is a promlnent ea saud resides in Nig many years EMaD. Pl aD 'ms 'ba sled in the S t by Attorney the state b~ujnes adn at Algiers for an Ior 1,1,, 1330 .* It te LoH* the bhome of et 1? Pacis was indulged is verryome thee. llUUes C. !1u t A. Hans. L gnad.,C. >r owens. 13 AFTER ELECTIONI 1 , -' icy.. º wji "I k.- - - Y - Yr . Only A Few Days Left To File Taxes Taxpayers have only a few days in which to file their income tax returns for the calendar year 1921, Joseph H. Hyson. Jr.. acting collec tar of internal revenue, announced Sunday. To avoid penalty, the re turn, accompanied by at least one quarter of the tax, must be in the hands of the collector bt internal revenue or a deputy collector on or before midnight March 15, Mr. Hyn son said. - --* C'HILD DIES FROM INJURY BEFORE BIRTH AND PARENTS ASK DAMAGES. The question of whether suit may he brought on behalf of a child through its father and mother for injuries suffered before its birth, and which resulted in its early death. is involved in the action of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Owens. tiled in Civil District Court Thursday against the South New Qrleans Light and Trac tion Company. The mother and father alleged they were passengers on a street car of the company last summer when the mother is alleged to have been thrown against the rear end of the car as she attempted to alight at Adams and Anson streets in McDon oghville. suffering injuries which re sulted in the death of the infant shortly after its birth a few days afterward. Mr. and Mrs. Owens alleged they are suing as representatives of the child for its death, for which $3,000 damages is asked, and on their own account for mental suffering result ing from the death of their child, which was their first, in the sum of $5,000. PIRST AID CLdASS FORMED FOR MOTHERS. Mothers are to be taught first aid to the Injured, in a class formed by Mrs. Anthony J. Amuedo. The class met for the first time Thursday aft ernoon, and will -continue to meet on Thursdays at 3:30 p. m., in Mc Donogh No. 4 school: The enroll ment stands at 17 at present and eight more could be accommodated. Boys and girls who witsh to quality for scout work, may aso take the eourse. The only eost will be the ptbs of the textbeok. RMV. . L. VAIL AT MT. OIAVIT CHURCH. SRev. idney L. Vail is aeting rec tor of Mount Olivet Spiscopal Church, since Nov. Thoras B. Clifford re signed the pastomate to take charge of the work at 1 ity Chapel and St. John's ChLsaik Mew Orleans. Mr. Vail Is well knaew here hav tag been born sad reared in our town and also baving served the church as rector for a few years. Make Room -One at a Time!! I. w A , ,sC , €m m" I II Weddings of New I Orleans Folks WEST SIDE COUPLES WHO EnN. t TERED THE STATE OF MAT. s RIMONY DURING WEE. y FLYN-BROCK. JI e C 0 The marriage of Private Edward cl n Brock, of the Algiers Naval Station, H t. end Miss Estelle Flyn, of Bogalusa, M I, La., at the St. Charles Y. M. C. A., t Thursday evening, brought back dl reminiscences of t e war, when the h Sammies and Tommies were married ti in the famous huts, by the same Schaplain. cl The couple met on the day of Mar-. cl d shal Foch's visit to this city and the as y short romanee that followed resulted in their marriage Thursday. t.- at !t BAVOY--HOCK L The mariRag of Miss Laura Savoy d to Mr. Sam Hock was quietly cele . brated at the church of the Holy h !y Name of Mary. Rev. H. T. Hayes offl e catItg. to The attendants were Miss Isabel Russell and Mr. Louis Lusigaan. o After the ceremony a reception was L held at the bride's home. The young L couple, who were the recipients of many costly presents, left the same c. evening for Thibodaux to spend their h, honeymoon. -1 Ig re INDIVISIBLE FRIENDS LODGE b d NO. 404, F. A& . M. 1 r- District Deputy Grand Master ar Joseph Sinai, Grand Secretary John ie A. Davilla, and Grand Marshall Ira t Welngrun, representing the Grand - Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Louisiana, on the eve ning of Wednesday, February 22. 1922. Constituted, and delivered the Charter to Indivisible Friends Lodge No. 404, F. & A. M., of Al- b slere, Ia., at 8ts. Jo Hn l. r The following offtte were elect ed and lastalled for the ensuing year: F. P. Dietrich, W. M.; S. T. MeGarry, u 8. W.; C. E. Dunalr, J. W.; H. fi Acker, Treas.; R. Peterson, Sect.; ti L J. Masu, . D.; Alvin Berthant, J. D.: W. D. Williams, Chapltan; R. Harper, IL. dt .; H. Tapi, Tyler; F. C. Andersnoa, and C. D. Moore, Stewards. J. V. Masterseo, S. T. MeGarry and C. 3. Dunbar, were elected members at the Fnlance Committee. Invisible Friends Commandary No. 1, Knights Templar, esme over ina body as witness the camstltutiag and spre. their best wishes to the new dgeSo whisk bears iStm e. e Very interesting and instruetive addrases wres delivered by everal members which was greatly appre elated. The Stewards GOen and Flnk prepared the beaquet whis was en Joyed and reaWhed by all present. nlavisible riends Ledge No. 404, F. & A. M., moeet on the ad sad 4th Whdneassys of each moath t - 8ts. John Hell, Algiers, La. Visitors always weleomed . CAI AL .B AM .Treep rs Craivatl ball held in the Pythin Hall Thmresy ight, was' a grat seeese . Senior Patrol ik. P.' Trist, Jr., so the SmasbeSr of tickets and was -irve a sles his Quese. The hand o late tervetmed sad thl e Kin was elpI to"i is bed witt "Is sl s ie.ettlb. Ma, m4 ba as .- ure s e Resto Victim Of Auto Crash I Loses, But Re news Suit Following an adverse decision by Judge Percy Saint ten days ago in v Civil District Court, dismissing his claim for damages of $10,998, J. T. ii Hogan again filed suit Friday against b Mrs. Anthony La Bella for damages. C The suit against Mrs. La Bella wau dismissed by Judge Saint, who up i held the contention of her attorneys that a mother could not be held re a sponsible for acts committed by her a child. In the suit filed Friday he A charged her with responsibility tot h acts of the child as her agenn Hogan alleged he was riding in an I automobile when the car was struck by another driven by Lena a La Bells, a minor daughter of MHs. I La Bells. He suffered Injuries for which he asked $10,998. 1 In dismissing his suit, Judge Saint held that the father was responsible for acts committed by the children, an.l n,,$ the ,.-h'r. Tho automobile which is alleged to have struck that of Hogan's was the property of Mrs. La Bella, it is held in the petition. SCHOOL oIRL, 14, MISSING With the statement that his school girl sister-in-law. Alice Bally, 14, had been mysteriously missing since Feb. 18, Police Sergeant C. J. Hyde of the Second Precinct Friday expressed alarm for her safety. On her way to church the girl left the home of her sister, %wife of the police officer, 161 Pelican avenue, Saturday afternoon, over a week ago. This is her description: Height, 4 feet 8 inches; weight, about 106 pounds; blonde bobbed hair; blue serge dress, trimmed with red lace; red spring hat; tan shoes; tan stockigs. At first it was thought that. sle was staying at the home of a girl ftriend and had become afraid to re turn to her sister. Now it is feared she has been Injured in some way. Sergeant Hyde announces a re ward for information that will lead to d4sclosure of her whereabouts. I UtNCHlON AT PATIO ROYAlk I Chi Sigma Alpha Sorority enter tained at a luncheon at the Patio Royal on last Saturday afternoon. The table was decorated with fow ers of the Carnival colors, lavender sweet peas, yellow hyacinths and asparagus fern. Those present were Misses Gertrude and Clare #nley, i Mamie Morrison, Margaret Garland, Lois Oravoels, Sydney Otroyd, Uhler ~adler, Dot Kraft, Nettle Worley, Rita Humphrey. Mrs. Hugh Hum phrey, Mrs. H. J. Stansbury and Mrs. rank Skell. iANiONE'S IEDITATIOIS MKI SRO Do m as t 1I !'ALL! A, MAN WO oYIN . Am *lm Bu 4l - at IPersonal Mention ,Jr And General News" SHORT ITEMS CONCERNING WEST SIDE PEOPIE. Mi thl .IMrs. W. N. Horn of Alabama, was a thi visitor to Mrs. B. C. Gilder last week. toi e Mrs. Sperier of Lafayette, is spend- Lo Ing a few weeks here, the guests of Mi t her parents, Mkr. and Mrs. P. J. rin L Coyne. Irl Miss Lois Walter has returned after li, spending a few days in Morgan City. Et s Mrs. Lena Cross was elected chair- ma man df the national relief committee tr r of the Louisiana Registered Nurses A, e Association at the convention held O'1 here last week. are M. President Joseph de Grange of the re SPWblic Library Board, has named ,,o a Wilson Williams and S. H. Livaudais fi 1as the committee to look after the To local branch for tbe coming year. re Mrs. H. B. Webster and son Persh- Re ing spent Carnival in Algiers, the Mi t guests of relatives. e Mr. Lee Fourtnet spent Carnival in Algiers. the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McLean and daughters, Helen and Merest, of McComb City, spent Mardi Gras with Mrs. H. Reaecky of Pacific avenue. The many friends of August Pujol to will be pleased to learn that he is Sdoing nicely at Touro Infirmary. b1 I The Italian Progressive Associa- K d tion held an important meeting Sun- ti b. day afternoon. 91 e Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen Circle, will hold its regular meeting hl Thursday. March 2. All members c ft are requested to attend, as business M e of importance will be transacted. M e, Martin Behrman Tent No. 15, Mac cabees, held a special review last Thursday at the K. of P. Hall. State cc t, Supreme Commander M. J. Bulger 01 attended. (Continued on Pags 3.) a T7 1 ROGER CHV3TNUT RMMMMMINME di rl PREBRNTD WITH G 7FOB. e IP'TIlANB CELIEBRATE e7 d ANNIVERSARY. I th iti On Friday night Crescent Lodge 8 d No. 3, K. of P., celebrated the sani versary of the order. There was a big crowd present to hear some of the good talks that were made by k the members duridk the evening. An K r. abundance of refreshments were t served in the lower hall and the L members enjoyed a tood Mae. m . Mr. Joseph Hughes, wno bears the ,r reputation of a splendid orator, gave ,d history of Pythianism from the , time it was instituted in Washing ton, Feb. 17, 1864, to the present day. a In closing his talk he called atte-V W tion to the fact that the lodge had with it that night the only surviv ,ain charter member of Creseont s. Lodge, namely. Roger Chestnut. Mr. Chestnut was requested to appear be. fore the altar, where Mr. Hughes - - eulgised him for the ardent work and sueceseful efforts he had made in behalf of Pythianism in Algiers. Mr. Hughes presented to Mr. Chest nut a beautiful gold fob on behalf of the members of the order. The date of the entry of Mr. Chestnut in the order and the date of the presenta tion was inseribed on it. Mr. Chestnut responded in a few words, sttlng that he was too full for' utterance, and he asked the tn dulgene of the members for his short repone. Chaneellor Commander Sedler han died the meetans in a very admtrable Iman-r. It wasu mneeeetl frem bhe gnnlasg to ed, ad was an u spir t snd "dig" for the rder. Thieves visited the hee of Pl Vote, 1801 Bread . Mraet, 8uay nitht, gatinin entrene through a -ae der. Mr. TPte rWersa th puollee Med-. The haou -W revolver - worth 115, s Salvation Army Will Open Drive March 6, March 6 has been fixed as the dlate on which the Salvation Army will renew the appeal started in 1921 and discontinued because of condi tions at that time. Thas was de cided at a meeting of the officers a few weeks ago. Charles Behre. the president of the advisory board said: "The original amount set to be raised was $50.000. I to carry on the regular work and also to buy and equip a working girls' boarding house. This has been reduced to $20,000. the smallest pos sible sum that will enabe us to help the needy of New Oreans. which is our work. An executive committee meeting was held March 1. to make further plans for the week of March 6 in which the $20.000 has to be raised. Martin Behrman is a member of the committee. FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSAiRY. A most enjoyable evening was spent - at the home of M1r. Paul Maybreno, Jr., in Pacific Ave. when his many friends gathered to celebrate the fourteenth anniversary of his birth. He was presented with a pretty signet ring in the honor of the occasion. Games were played and dancing was indulged in. Dainty refreshments were served. Those present were: Misses Inez Rice, Helen Bevan, Clo thilde Bordeaux, Eva Angelo, Estelle Thates, Alice Kramme, Mildred Sut ton, Nora Lee Koll, Lucille Lamana, Louise Kramme, Myrtle McCloskey, Magdeline Meyers, Mildred Dufy, Ma rion Montelepe, Muriel Montelepe, Iris Braat, Lillian Hilderbrand. Pau r line Matulich. Ethel Hilderbrand. r. Ethel Cogan, Charlotte Higgins, Nor r. ma Dugas, Helen James. Francis Ma e tranga, Louis Maybeno, Messrs, Earl Angelo, Jack Brown, Charles Gerrets, d O'Brien Clark, Nolan Le Blanc, Rich ard Stenhouse, Malcom Schroder, Lee Menge, Royce Flemings. Wilson Bar e rett. Anthony and John Cardonia. Mal. d rolm Andrey, Jake Hanson. Archie Ca s fiero, Roy Navork, Albert, Maybeno, 0 Tony Lamana, John Hildebrand, Odo ress Gordain, Charles Hildebrand. 1. Raymond and Arthur Fields: Mr. and 1e Mrs. J. Lamana, Mrs. M. Dugas, Mrs. J. Braai, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamana, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mavbeno. KREWE OF UNIQUE HOLDS THEii INItIAL CARNIVAL DANCE e. On account of the parade of Pros ol tens Monday night, the scheduled is parade* of King Unique was abolished, but their initial ball was held at a- Kramme's Cave. All formalities of a- the splendor and brilliance of the gld-time spirit was earried out.. tn Mr. John Kramme, king, chose as ig his queen Miss Stella Le Blanc, a r charming debutante. Her maids were as Misses Marion Kramme and Macrina Muntzs, while the dukes were John Forrest and Edgerly Schroth. t Miss Le Blanc, queen, wore as her te costume, cloth of silver with tulle over, carrying a trailing bouquet of white roses and valley lillies. She was presented with a double dorlae box by his majesty. King Unique. The maids were also beautifully . dressed. The entire organizatien, with the exception of the court, reviewed the grand march from the balcoanies, a1 though the seating capacity was lim ited. In the maain box Mr. Edwin SStacy, chairman ol the reception Scommittee, and Mrs. Daisy Kramme, a hoetessu, were seated. As the event was the first of its kind ever held in Algiers, and as the a Krewe of Unique is rapidly grow " lag to a large orgsansation. it is a hoped that next year's ball will be more on a larger basis. re AUTO AXCIDENT. On last Priday morning an auto accident occurred at the corner of Verret and Alix streets, in which two machtines were badly damaged, but Sluckily no one was hart. One machine was owned and driven by A. Catanmee of Elmlra avenue and the other was driven by M. Thomas of the city. OUNDD ASR PRESIDENT NOT TO FORGET - W* I ofte o" & Wimied ma - ýipab 4 ioid kn kw s A awt a ~ th u ssoddM'~i'oý of a te biq * AqW £1.. es }`+ t C besitaL W acbiso.. was aP. - tS Paiisinte sat Csit ~sba khis TU sikh N ham Undo die sinha McDONOGHVILLE SHOOTING FATAL Charles Guey. 25 years. McDon oghville. was shot and killed Tues day night by Paul iatson. 43 years. In the latter's soft drink place in Mc Donoghtville. Batson was arrested by Deputy Marshal B-aurecard Miller. placed in the Grenta jail and charged with murder. Guy was sent to the Char ity Hospital. where it was said a load of buckshot had entered his left side lie died shortly after his arrival at the institution. According to Batson's statem ut. Guey was under the influence of liquor Tu-sday. and created several disturbances in his place during th! evening. About 9t p. m., Batson as serted. Guey threw a bottle through a window. "'When my son went to the front." said Batson. "(Guey struck him. I seized my shotgun and fired two shots at him." One load of buckshot,. according to McDonoghville officers, struck the side of a crowded Algiers-Gretna street car. No one was wounded. Guey is survived by his wife and three children. SESSANAY HANDLES ALGIERS TRACT The Essanay, Incorporated, one of ' the largest real estate firms in the city, has taken over from the Algiers Land Company the sale of their big tract immediately adjoiniqg, the United States Naval Station. There are more than one hundred and fifty lots in this tract, which was I formerly known as the South New Orleans Land Company property. These lots will be placed on sale e shortly and Mr. Paul Reider will be in charge of the sale of lots in Al. I- glers. 1. Mr. Reider was formerly a carpen . ter and has been a popular member. " of the Carpenters' and Joines' Union, I.Local No. 1846. He has always been an adent worker for the union and i is very popular with the union men throughout the city. The tract of land which is to be sold to Algiers people on a monthly Installment plan is located on Far ragut and Nelson streets, w L beautiful homes have already been built. These lots will be sold da low -las $5.00 per month, prices ranging d from $150 up. d, In looking over the Naval Station it property a few days ago, after a At thorough inspection of the west side oe of the river, Mr. J. B. Amoult, man. ager of .the Essanay, Incorporated, sl stated that Algiers can grow in but a one direction-that is d6wn the coast. and that he hopes in the near ia future to see In this vicinity the deo a velopment of a large park in keeping with City and Audubon parks, which ir will further enhance the value of real le estate in Algiers. He called special )f attenti6n to the fact that the one 'e hundred and fifty remrlr g unsold 'e lots, representing approximately only s ten per cent of the unseld portion In y this tract, showed that many citizens have already invested and expect to . build their homes in that section in e the fUture. 1. ORGANIZING ~ JVENILE GROVE. Mrs. Amelia Smith, Guardian of Orangse Grove No. 9, Woodmen Cir Scle, is desirous of orgnalag a Juvenile grove of the Woodmen Cir ' cle, composed of boys and girls under Sthe age, of 16. The cost of the pro. - teetion is very small, only twenty B ents per month for ages over one " year to ten years, and twenty-Sve cents a month from ten'to shteen years of age. The benefts, cousd-i erlng these low rates, are very b. o eral and will make it possible for the It boys uad irls to become Juventle u members and learnlng the import. it ance of future protectie uas they t grow into manhood ad womanbood. ie Phone Algiers 425.W for ftll partic i ulars. Inmurance rauges from $34 to S*o.