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PAGES THE HERALD. S DeeeYh the Ugbeunf * the ws OMf of the Rtver. "A very lve and moaedMl weely a p.".-~-MA&wFAeIRERS RECORD. ALGIERS, WUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922. No. 47 iANKS OFFElR CITY $300,tl TO PURCHASE FERRY PROPERTY p-omised Introduction Of Ordinance "Aliers People Still Waiting iy~l--l ar betin made necees SDjaidwin, which the be Sup at the Walnut Att Sthe Bio Com- ion .Yte Martin Behr- throng at Jackson ferry y bench is running instrw Distrlict terry in- which -place of the Behr- the A S y paussuers are tion 0 anl nhicle atf- ate %" i Cana) street. With il, ta Pickles laid Alier iitet point and re- prep 'o smatl terry Josie se oer uast depend main- since wry A M. Haliday." Lion o Sa newspper clipping stoner Sear dailies, which re- iance sIar t ferry service. mii t or fifteen days, introd beat has been oper g~st ene boat upon comla te waUge and auto. erty. t pnew Orleans and howe A Slyster lugger i emerg at the Third Dia- Nalol SpMeP~. Some a L, times it a rcl the gaseoine en- lo *Ms, sad the oyster take the rivr. and with wal Sntr repairs can the a past i te stomer rJod that the b en ti the ovati of th the er r ompany w, malnst ou o * this At ti. (pea only o when s -o a0 oe tha the t :ia:mistrats of Pr4 a Aee, which Trust istId hr the past yar Bodes i o a eats their gers our eeimnslser C. DI wben they ofered of tl snlffldht funds Bak A m w ALLm S Phases in ate ýstMtss ' b Ce-t ofpthe trelrre diseote taom - ane , aiOr ai r sene Mafund,- acre ~nhs a mtise n- - ; ý iroer as are1 es aetnosfe t*- aCn advert se cbe adeiet sc aree are n isa r es be oer will har - o do be. be WI L Al ail 'I a 1necessary to purchase the ferries for the benefit of the city. At the last session of the Commis sion Council the Algiers delegation, through, their attorney for the terry committee. Mr. McOuirk was instructed to prepare an ordinance which would embody the wishes of the Algiers people; namely, the crea tion of a ferry commission to oper ate under Instructions of the coun cil, the commissioner of public util Ities and five members, selected from Algiers. The ordinance was properly prepared and presented to Commis sioner Maloney for further action. Since that time. however, a delega tion of Algerines called on Commis. sioner Maloney regarding the ord Sinance, and they were told by Com . missioner Maloney that he would not introduce the ordinance unless hdhad r the assrance of where money was ,n coming from to buy the ferry prop- - erty. The Algiers ferry committee, ,d however, was prepared' for just such is emergency, sand they offered to Mr. a. Maloney in the presence of two 1 beakers, $300,000.00 for which to it purchase the ferry property. Mr. s. Maloney then said that he would ,take the matter up at once, sad t would present the ordinance within a the next few days. BSi weeks have past since this last conference, and the ordinance has not yet been pre seated. We again ask the question s of the Algiers people. "What are on y we going to do about it?" on At the conference with Mr. Maloney on when the $300,0OO.00 was offered by wi the two beakers, there were present I Messrs. Adolph 8pitsfaden. Jr., Vice- Hi of President and Cashier of the Algiers ta & Trust and 8svings ank; Jos. W. ml s Lennox, director of the Interstate fi eh Trust and Savings Bank; Julius Ci ar Dodeager. Vice-President of the Al- th 4r glers Trust sad Savings Bank. Frank wa or C. Davis and Aug. Schabel, directors th ad of the Algiers Trust and Savings fa deBnk. * to I ALIIUWD VTE&N N th 3V. alaGLAR AR. t ss In the arrest Sunday of Charles p Mabb. 48 years old, in the alleged act ', ea breakting lath a Chinese aundry p at S! Patters 1t. the-peone r believe they have In jail thº a> per leneed baurgslar who is wanted In other eltles. a A kit burglar tools was re- o Sported f in Mabb's possessionl. He was arrested oe information fur- a lshked by aiward Krogh, 531 Pat- ! terseona reet, who notified the po- u lies a man was cutting a shatter off Ic the Chinese laundry. Mabb stil was at work on the shutter when the po n lies arrived, it was reported. SPhotographs will be made of Mabb Ssand seat to various cities. Mabb is ] 'w said to have admitted that he was f Sarrested ina Springfield, Mass, on a charge of treepeasg. ale MLIS W-IMPARK. b the a All committees and all chairmen as are ared to attend a meeting to igtht (thrsday) at 7 o'eleek at the~ SCourt ese. Final arr ts for the Master Festival will 6eemplet be ed. It s very Important tt every member attend. Mase ]Peeial are The ester fstival for the children * will take place nt Monday, April I IFe 3rd at the laygrounds Music will e med be fuarished by the K. of C. bead. t are Refrleaents will be sold, also fancy * artles and Mester eggs. Al1 ski Stodren ar nvited to attend. lee. Demaineo t s- Doasties hveo r receve from a Ms. 5.P. Vegin, Uthel Rsa- olds Lyah, Mrs. Vi Charktemlar, L and rlghts ot Oolumbs. I 8 a oTMK*AWA, ery What i rat Why d s syen I1 -alr sn e etm tenS she est.Is had. thee wil *e eo tra admisslm, Ime t there wi be a lagh each sad even' M ttsee ribs danS uhan 3,-Av. The. Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, Tsra-La ! I 11b :I" t • I'~ S~~ 51 METHODIST CHURH Perss " DEDICATED And SNEW DIFICE ANDS AS MONU- SHORT a WENT TO REV. C. C. WIER. S IAARGE CONGREGATION d NT.Miss Fa relatives at Last Sunday was a great day with Mrs. W. our Methodism. The Algiers Church day at Ba' on Opelousas Avenue was dedicated Miss Ma with appropriate ceremonies. week-end i Promptly at 4:30 Miss Roberts arents. . Hafkesbring began the organ volun- Mrs. R. Staryl and Bishop McMurry and the Bay St. Lc r. ministers entered the auditorium Miss Edi t from the Pastor's study; Mispah here with 1 s Choir entered from the parlor on Miss Ru 1. the opposite side. The speelal music sterman h k was well rendered and appropriate:; isiting tr s the congregational songs were The frio s familiar and were sung heartily. O'Neal (n4 The dedicatory service was according pathise wii - to our rltual. The Old Testament lee- baby rl ou was read by the Rev. J. G. Sal- Mrs. A. ling, Presiding Elder of the DMstrict; from a the New Testament lesson was read frm a i by the Rev. W. D. Kleiaschmldt, Mr. and a Pastor of Louisiana Avenue Church. Thibodaux et The Bishop preached a very appro- A . . Hot r1 priate sermon and read the beautiful Mrs. J a* ritua eio pr*erss ea easietl Ia tho *I. es in an impressive Manner. The whole Amelia to i service was Impressive sand was wit- The He nessed by a host of friends of ar- Trlnity E0 ' ions creeds, who had come to show meet next *. their appreelatkon of the eompletion sonage. r and dedlesication of the new Churech Rev. R. t- that has tested the faith and taxed Merryville - the resources of the congregation so service 01 long. Mr. P. A Soms Items of Iu48est o Deda tIm last week *D. where he bb Bishop MMurry batised the tol- Mr. Fr is lowing children: Eliot Richard, in- for Mobil a fant son of Mr. and Mrs. R .E. Or- dat wit-h a rell, Jr.; sponsors, Mr. A. E. aIng- r. J. ford and Miss Marjorie Blakeman: ight forJ. Elsie Verona, infant daughter of night fto Mrs and Mrs. Adolph Seward; Spon- The mi sors. Mrs. James Chisholm and Miss Richards Pinkie Howard; John Lewis, infant he is con ason of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith; Mrs. Id Carolyn, infant daughter bf Mr. and City last for Mrs. . L. Richardson; Annie Mae, pig with it lnfant daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy Pelican A A. Moore, Sponsors, Mr. . . Moore Miss I and Mrs. O'NoIL ' Jeanette Dr. W. G. Cram, Superintendent of of he tr our work In Korea, was reent and The colo gave as some valuable Informaton in pink a rm monerning the results of the - presented n, ternary in the far East. was ind icy . The Rev. W. W. Holmes of Lake meats e e- Charles. former reading Eider of the recipient Distriet, seat a telegram to the Pa- a the I tor expressing his pleasre our her a m victory. The as m Mr. It. 'W. Wier, Henatem, Tea Geo. J. I le' the Pastor's brother also ent a tele- Grand R gram of aod wishes. to learn Dr. Pltagerald S. Parker of Nash- their res vlla, Tean.; the Rev. 3. V. Duplantis. Thoe o TIe Platte; the Rev. . WH- was to I ow! Hlams to the Child itading Asod- aight at day aties and Miss Reobe Vaast of postpone Mandevill ael seat apprecatve omes- The at Masaes ausies and Mr. and Mrs. Wea. . Harvey east of Amerl a niae hontuet of earnatlnm. R Refresrh a Mrs . , k ahn sat a Isre fleal sam The Churlh wa lesutifli 5d0e- dred Cli i- staed by the 1des of the Churh. d d. Cnrr Mr M eIaeos gave the mlatmers tI tre Ilshep eah a white butea nier. 1 tss Oat *llt, *as spsheliss MAN Ml of Wese y ft eveesUW ei f sntfI the Pasr wikth a Ueatiul beeamt ot white ses s an ere- - tr lsa ao oppud5atnE 0 his P rt sa ee t U te awrk of tlh Chaun. This waS helrs the srviss. but the oewrs atmt y wsrs somisbms as w awee w*.. hase usma at O swIeis and mus. meshe Yr. Jt. AL. IretI, ** alew oe tb * on r Carsle, wlsme' teo mek3 1 a.r.. , .oonw eSIW WI ee pu .ot.,n o.ir. - nso Personal Mention SCM And General News O No. 5 SBSHORT FETMB OONaNING Cake, WEST SID POPIL good t penny Miss Faye Aycock is the guest of time. relatives at St. James, La. ,The Mrs. W. P. Salathe, Jr, spent San- furnish iday at Bay St. LouM which d Miss Martha McNeely spent the 2 week-end at Abita Springs with her Barton aparentls.. . a- Mrs. R. J. Allen was a visitor to Quarts se Bay 8t. Louls, Sunday. Willis, m Miss Edith Ory is spending awhile ton, it ih here with her sister. 4. )n Miss Ruth Rihner and May Man- North, lic sterman have returned home after man. e; visiting friends at Buras, La. 5. The friends of Mr. apd Mrs. F. L. Margi O'Neal (nee Carrie Kestler) gym pathise with them in the loss of their 7" - baby girl, a S. Mrs. A. E. Hotard has returned ek Ni from a visit to Florlds. Steib, t, Mr. and Mrs. C. Morvant of g. :h. Thibodaux have been guests of Mrs. Patric . A. E. Hotard. Hollie htl Mrs. James Donnelly announces The o the enss5gW t oa her daughter from I i* Amelia to Mr. Emile Berkle. re, tc It- The Helping Hand Circle of the They ar- Trinity yv. Lutheran Church will given Dw meet next Wednesday at the par- The P on sage. ter o Rev. R. M. Brown came in f trom Grade ed Merryville to attend the dedication The services of the new Methodist Church. deligh Mr. P. A. McCloskey returned home play last week from Nashville, Ten., In where he spent a few days. Fifth ol Mr. Frank McCloskey left Sunday highe in for Mobile, after spending a tfew follo da sJ with his parents. Ref Mr. J. A. Itchards left Sunday Art of night for Houston, Tex. Elver en- The many friends of Edwin A. Thy tiss Richards will regret to lear that hih aot he is comened to his bed. Adi Lh; Mrs. Ida Upton left for Salt Lake Adelt ad City last week. She had been stop Thi fee ping with Mrs. H. C. Meyers of 221 O1 de tY Pelican Avenue. bert, O Miss Imelda Cunningham of 733 Pear * Jeanette Place entertained a number ortas of of her trends in honor of her birth. Jsani dThe color scheme was cated out Laura Ioan pink and white. Each guest wad Trapi ' presented with a "favor". Dapins Thi was indulged in and dainty refresh- Spell Ike ments served Miss Imelda was the are: thi recpient of many beasuitl gifts and Dorel '' as the guests departed they 'voted l n our her a most charming hostess. Diabr The many riends of Mr. and Mrs. lich, iens Gee. J. DaHerder (its Gelpert) of H e *el Grand Rapids, Mich., will be plnamed to lears that they have taken up nce 1sh- their residence in Algiers, r. Ken itis The euchre and lotto party which Phil eu- was to have taken plce Tuesday cs C sl- night at the Alhambra Club was Cun of postponed until to-night (Thursday). I Me- The atbir is to be give under the Web auspiess of the Catholie Daughtet mo Mt of America, Court of Mary No. 91. 2 Refreshments will be served. The delo eral sae eamtmtet willn e i charge. The Twsda eeaing FiPve Hun-ohy ee- dred Cl b et at the bone of Mrs. reb. Ed. Curren. (Comttaue+ on Paw t.) it -ue T I W il K B to i SStruek byi crnk shat ns aes th le at the Jahacuh shiPru Ore' bI News5me, 44 years old, 4te Newtos sF- wa lkated ay agtlt. IS Neweme wh is b mhagyed n a L meesale wa at work en the Stand D te byw the shaft on the shee t: " i s woe st'ashed nd ho died ts t on se.e . as nas. K 0.L I KIton ___ a mrpisspam i s Ne a asmausi- Of at *h a j. Isu-.isif *1I1LI LIL+ e SCHOOL BELLS RmING McDONOGH NO. 5 SCHOOL. On Friday, March 17,. McDonogh No. 5 School had a penny party. yr Cake, candy, lenmonade and other good things were sold for Just a penny and every one had a very good time. ,The Second A and Third A Grades furnished the delightful program which follows: 1. Welcome-Abble Smith. 2. St. Patrick's Day-Berniee Barton, and Louis Aubert. 3. Song-Verna Lucas, Katherine Quartano, Margaret Duffy. Lillian D1 Willis. Yvonne Kunts. Bernice Bar ton, Its Mae Allingham. 4. The Three Workers-Charles North, Edward Ridge, George Hoff- wi man. cb 5. The Birds-James Hibben, te Marguerite Graham. Ia 6. Recitation-Reid Lynch. TI 7. The Old Woman Who Lived in at a Shoe-Celia Anderson, Lillie to Durkes, Emelda Burmaster, Cather- 11 Ine North, Thomas Fears, Clifton Steib, Pascal Maggio, Charles North. 8. Bobby's Lesson-Leslie Sons, Patrick Kennair, Octave Lacoste, Hollice Alford, Catherine Nicklaus. The Second Grade read a story a from their new supplementary ed- el eor, to the First A Orade this week. p They read so well that they were given an "E" to take to their room. o The First A Grade then wrote a let- a ter of appreciation to the Second e Grade and asked them to come again. The Knladergarten children had a delightful time coloring sand in the c yard to-day. To-morrow: they will e play sand store aid sell their sand. eI In the Standard Tests given in 41 Fifth A during the past week, the tl highest score were attained by the h following children: q Reading-Shirley Bond. P Arithmetic-Aline LeBlanc and tl Elvera Sutherland. The children who attained the t highest scores In arithmetic and reading In the 6th B are, Camille f Aubert, Henry Dubret, Vera Doebel, Adeline McOarr. 8 The highest seores in the Second 1 Grade were attained by Lillian Au bert, Emelda Burmaster, Emily 8 Fears, Thomas Fears, Antolnette r Ortlano, Clifton ateib, James Wahl, t L Jennae Louise Babia, Vivian Baras.. Lt Leara Maio, Clayton Corse. rank 3 Trapani. g The children who were perfect in 8t Spelling for the week in 5 B radp 1 e are: Lena Macaluso Adeline MeOarf, d Doretha Weidman, Camille Aaberf. d Lena Bruno, Clara Brias, Hestry Dibret, Gustave Wahl, Alvin Matu s. lich, Vita Caine, Audrey Lands. SHarold Parks. $ 3 A g~ae--dnadj Duas, Car pece Degas, Emerson Diket, Patrick Kennair, Taft Kline, Joseph unseri, h Philip 8nserl, Walter Yeadon, FPrn els Calderon, Naini Cangeml, Rose W Cangsmi, Adele Flak, Berniee Leads, )ris McGarr, Marorle Seymour, Ruby SWebest, Claire Willis, Thelma Ban 1. 2 A and 2 B Grades--Helen Bor k delon, Vtvian Baurs, Adeline Kusts, Peter Breehtei MYrrll Diket, Deor Sothy -D lgle, Laura Maggelo, amest SHarris Fmak Trapant A heat little doll house was pre seated to the Kindergarten by the 5th A Giade. Miss Fergusoe and Mr. Oakes of the Department of Phyaeal Educe tuid eae to school dun the week to measure the children and ssue heiht eortifcates which will emnab Sthem to eater the Track Meet to Sbe held tin MaSy. . Dalng the past few weeks o emdral of our teachers were e. the . *sek mist, fu we are slad to state Sthat. all have trined. Mim Lehman, Reod Cros Sukp" vbor of lies, uand im l am vridsed u iq iary ed em ein the th- et aI1 papes shd sik tke arms of tohese diem who werse reemsly rei-eted. li Janne Uset an d r. iowl ansl -- ss, w w .as as- ] - epi_ y en meoasured r af er OLD REVABLE FIFTEETH WARD GOES AGAINST BEHRMAN Good Old Days Of Leading The Sheep Have Passed Away nave r w The primary election on Friday last was significant to the point that it A old a story of changed political condi- n ions. A change from results usually ti )btained by sheep driven voters to re- o ults obtained by the independent peo- d pie who are not controlled by any po- r litical party or group of men. a Martin Behrman lost his ward for It the first time in many years. His can didate. Mr. Seeley receiving only 852 p votes out of a total of 1740. This was a great surprise to the "Dyed in the Wool" Regulars, some of whom al ways vote The regular ticket "just be- c cause". ( Mr. Williams' victory was not just s a party victory, it was a victory won by independent voters both women and men who think for themselves and do not depend on some ward healer handing them a ballot which tells them "How to Vote." tells them "How to Vote." | 888, to his 852. --TAT4 R4ERVICE COMR- -JUVENILE JUDGE 'FITEENTH ............. N 14 Its 1 K 3 K 1N N | n * 1 * n a 1 1ss * s ý * a r aI n * n1 r O o i M N N I 1 th . p a Y. FIF ENT ol .............1 64 125 1 42 8 48 I12 er 2 22 S S 11 4 16 142 2 a 44 1 57 1 i U * 5 is 0 1.5 3 " 1 36 114 6 m 1" S * " 2 1 1 10 22 * 1t 46 2 41 1 6 5 47 61 2 12 46 * a s 2 11 5 " e 1 Ce 1............7s6 s m 14 23 8s 4 " 177 1 tn DAIRYMAN CIUNY I BISHOP C r- PACES THIRD TRIAL. es W. J. Cuny, of McDonoghville. Methodist !- will face trial a third time on a William F71 charge of violating the milk adul- D., Bislh n* teration ordinance. Dr. John Cal lan, superintendent of public health, Dr. C. V. I Thursday ordered an affidavit filed 500 Verret in against Cupy, alleging that two Station A., lie tests of milk sold by him showed New Orlea "- 11 and 9 per cent added whter re- My Dear on spectively. I have I Two charges already have been liers Hera te. made against Cuny, Dr. Callan said. interesting , In Febru*y, 1921, he was fined $20 Methodism for alleged adulteration of milk, to you ma 7 adding of 1S per cent water being service wl k. eharged. Church. w In February, 1922, two samples I doubt m. of milk showed S and 9 per cent tude, of a et- added water, respectively, it is New Orles ad charged. This case has not yet country w a.y been tried. and I wai a Mr. Cuny declares that the predate ti the charge against him is unjust. He With al ill said two tests were made by the ln ad. spector. One given to him showed in tha( no water had been added, while the the second analysed by the board of the health chemists indicated that the I quantity of water was from 9 to 11 percent. He states he has observed Last TI tad the law in his milk sales and that shower/w the charges are likely to cause him Gates at the considerable los. Avenue. tad He Is at loss to understand the dif- As the 1 Ille ferent indings, he sdid. a large r be, was presel McDONOOMHVILL Peres and end EPWORTM LEAGUE house wa A- AP'RL WFOOL SOCIAL red. Dno .ly - .. m eats wei stte The Sock Social, which we were Danclni to have at the home of Mr. and vocal so Mrs. Alvin Oswald, 424 Elisa Street, Miss Ama ank on 8t. Patrick's night, and which was by Miss postponed d t to the death of our Duffy. Sin Pastor, Rev. J. D. Harper, will take Those i a* place on this Saturday evening at Diamond, * eight o'clock at the above address. Amelia D Please do not forget to bring nette Cal - your sock, also if you cannot be Fornusec, at.- present, please send your Sock by Verret, L some one. ael, Kati The money, which we will collect Marie M la- at this party will be put in the Edna N ric 8oelal fund of our League and will Agnes I searl finance future socials throughout Nellie R rea the summer. Bruno, I A good time is promised all who presents ads, attend. wo wer idhr Do Kept' Busy Gathering Eggs On Daoe Aderasee dss . s reach ar -as l sr , en ems ams teesset gue sre t a eblrme ml reer dep, sliess Mieiath Mr. Bowen received a signal vote in Algiers. It showed that the Union man and laboring man is no longer tied to a political boss or any clique of men. They are voting indepen dently and more votes of this cha racter will finally result in a cleaner and better city and state administra ( tion. In summing the results of Friday's primary one of our daily papers had he following to say: BEHRMAN LOST OWN WARD. The fact that Mr.' Behrman lost his own ward was perhaps most signifi cant of all. He was unable to secure t a majority in the Fifteenth for Mr. d Seelye and had to be content with a a bare plurality. The vote was: Seelye, a 8.2; Bowen, 646; Williams, 222; d Shearer 14; Kinsella, 5 and Mabryl. h The combined vote against Seelye was 888. to his 852. I BISHOP CONGRATULATES THE HERALD. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, William Fletcher McMurry, D. D., LL. D., Bishop. March 13, 1922. Dr. C. V. Kraft, 500 Verret Street, Station A., New Orleans, La. My Dear Dr. Kraft: I have received a copy of the Al giers Herald which contains a very interesting article on New Orleans Methodism and I desire to express to you my thanks for this very real service which you have rendered the Church. . I doubt not you have the grati tude, ot all the Methodist people in New Orleans and in the surrounding country where your paper circulates, and I want you to know that I ap preciate this great courtesy. With all good wishes, I am, Yours sincerely, W. F. McMURRY. LINEN SHOW3R. I Last Thursday afternoon a linen shower was tendered Miss Lucille Gates at her home in Esplanade Avenue. As the bride-elect entered the room a large red heart filed with gifts was presented to her by little Charles Peres and Pershing Webster. The house was beautifully decorated in red. During the evening refresh ments were served in abundance. e Dancing was indulged in and I vocal selections were rendered by , Miss Amelia Donnelly accompanied a by Miss Rita Nunes and Thelma r Duffy. e Those present were Misses Bertha ºt Diamond, Thelma Dffy, Rita Nunes, Amelia Donnelly, Rose Guarino, An g nette Calmalles. Lesh and Margaret e Fornusea, Edna Robichaux, Julia SVerre t, Loretta Oracles, Marie Dee ael, Katherine tenger, Bertha sand St Marie Medianolle, Roberts Grath, e Edna McMillan, Henrietta Kline, 11 Ages McCloskey, Anna Gardner, at Nellie RelIs, Irene Irwin, Pauline Bruno, Mr. and Mrs. Gates. May io present were received from friends who were unable to attend.