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VOL. XXX AUGUST 3, 1922 No. 13 b
SONS OF THE IDLE RICH
Sons of the idle rich, for more than a decade the butt of American
sarcasm, are coming to be viewed in a clearer perspective.
The latest evidence of modern viewpoint adopted by the pampered
youth Is seen in the Vanderbilt family, "The Cornelius Vanderbilt News
paper Service" having come into being under the guiding hand of Cornelius
Young Vanderbilt burst into the newspaper profession some four years
ago as a reporter on the New York Herald. On a thirty dollar a week
salary he rode to business in his high-powered motor car. He tried to be
a good fellow and nothing of a snob, so it did not take long for the
speedster to vanish and for the young millianaire to set aside some of f
his preconceived notions of the newspaper profession.
Seemingly the young man has not prospered under assignment, and c
hopes to make better headway under his own direction, hence we see him I
furnishiag news to the great metropolitan journals, some of which is
Presumably he has sensed the value of publicity, if not of propaganda.
and with the Vanderbilt name attached to his enterprise undoubtedly he
will have entre to the inner circles of finance and industry that should
be productive of much material of public interest, it it be discreetly written
and the young man displays the ability to sift the wheat from the chaff.
Young Vanderbilt has the opportunity of a lifetime for public service
it he can measure up, on the one hand declining to become the vehicle I
for industrial exploitation, and on the other refraining from too vivid an I
expression of the socialistic views that seem to have tinged his mentality
since he has rubbed elbows with the world.
When his grandfather lay dying, reporters were turned away from
the Vanderbilt home as annoying pests, a type of life too insignificant to
warrant courteous treatment. The world do move. Young Vanderbilt is
a reporter. The operations of the Vanderbilt News Service will be watched
by the public and the newspaper profession with thoughtful interest.
PUT A CRIMP IN CANADA
Surely it is time the American government pinched itself and put an
end to the Canadian propaganda aimed at stripping the United States of
its farming man-power.
Publishers of weekly newspapers, particularly those in distinctly farm
lag centers, are being bombarded with camouflaged news articles sent out
by the Canadian government with the object of advertising Canadian agri
cultural possibilities right here in the United States.
The hope is that the publishers will print the matter not sensing its I
Injurious effect on the agricultural interests they should fight to protect. I
Here lies a splendid opportunity for Postmaster General Work to show
his loyalty and relieve overburdened employees from excessive work.
The propaganda is disseminated in this country in the familiar O. H.
M. 8. (On His Majesty's Service) envelopes, the international franking
privlege being uaed to undermine the development of this country.
In other words, American taxpayers are paying for postmen and rural
tree delivery men to distribute through the country Canadian propaganda
dtirected openly agalast the interest of the American farmer and the Ames
ican land owner.
There may be some question as to whether the Postotdce Department,
Congress or the Secretary of State shoald act in the matter, but some one
should act and without delay.
HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922
Phme is a wonderful thing. Think of the bird that first con
ceived the notion of starting a fire to keep warm before there
was any fire. You know his name, of course. Then there was
the boy who really owns all the gold in the world, the fellow who
looked at a mountain, saw there was some stone in it, dau up
the stone, saw there was metal in the stone ad Sgured out how
to get the metal out of the stone. You remember who he was,
too. And the other boy, what's his name-the chap that iA
at words that carried meaning, and spoke them at the rest of
the gang so they could all converse? Everybody knows who
he wasr' There's no use talkin'. It's very important to get your
ams in the paper an' get a reputatio n.
. g dal s abond in mynstery to tax the thougahtful and,
asd add Its bit of history fn lore of human kind. . . . Each
proble up fSo soivn demands a potent skill, and keeps the
lWhels revolving perpetul milL .. ..,
S'b me, the polved .qstio is ever uas before; dumbfounds
with its i. ..tLom 'wldera more and more. . . . I grope
amid Its fstiaes, and tremble at its frown.. .. I marvel at
its vastaeso-.eo soul can put it down l
The qet io Irefer to, Is of the "unemployed."... The
eass a Job is dear to-but seldom Is ed. . ,. They cry
linad to Vuleos, mad Agrkicola's Kige crave to strike
, wealk which ever -em- to rin g
MItlri rtapan d alwodmet irj a_ p amY I
hare towokh like thuader,-I al't
get tbee to strlie The .des
S7r l e a s si y
GILKY SWIp S -
Friday-Sum dr. has rote the re
0 mark that the less we wear the
* longer we will live. Pa says it this
bird knows of what he is a tawking
r about he knows a few certain yung
ladys here in this town witch has got
r. a fare chance to be hall and harty
when we sellabrate the 500st annl
versity of Columbus discovering the
Saturday-Ted was trying to joak
me about Jane and makeing me be
b leave he was hevvy with her and I
t got to take a rear seat and etc. So
I goes to Jane and Frankly ast her
was it trew did she like Ted. She
was smileing when she answered and
sed. Yes I like him. Just the same
way I like Caster Oil. I was smile
3 ing to for I happen to no she cant
bare the stuff.
Sunday-Are Sunday skool sup.
was tawking about crool men and
Blisters up and tells of a man here
in town witch whips his wife every
time his dinner Is late. He ast us
what we thot of it and Jake says he
thot it was a awly bad habit to get
in to. A specially in such hot wether.
Civil District Court
Succession of Anthony Bommer:
e tutorshlp-Henry, Cooper & Wester
Succession of Odella Misse, de.
d ceased wife of Domenique Proelicher;
n possession-W. J. Hennessey.
Jno. Begue, owner and builder;
single cottage, Numa, D'Armas, La
i. marque and Nelson, $700.
e Real Estate Transfers.
d State of Louisiana (J. A. Morales)
to Edw. Curran, portion Webster,
Wagner, Elisa and Evelina, $18.98
e Oakdale Improvement Company to
.e Mrs. Robt. Frear, lot, Thayer avenue.
n Magellan, LeBonef and Columbus,
y $100 cash-Friedrichs.
John Kleinkemper to Frank Joseph
THE HERALD EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO
Gleanings From Algiers News And Happings During
The First Week In August 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
Believing that Herald readers, new ones as well as the faithful old-timers.
will be interested in a glimpse of Algiers events as recorded Ia this newspaper
exactly nineteen years ago, when The Herald was then only ten years old. Even
at that early age it was bristling with fresh news chosen by the same editor
and publisher that to serving you today. We trust our selectioms will prove
interesting to all.
Pedro Cuquet of McLellanville died. d
Deceased was born in Barcelona, t
Spain, but resided here many years.
Eleanor Bernadine, one of the twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold i
Lachman died. The other twin was
buried the week before.
The following births were recorded:
to Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mants a girl;
to Mr. and Mrs. W. J Burke a boy;
to Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Squires, a boy,
and to Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Newman a
Miss Gertrude Lalgast and Mr
Robt. Smith, were married by Judge
T. F. Maher. The attendants were
Mr. Fred. Smith and Miss Frances
Messrs. J. P. Vesien and Jno. V.
Kramme were appointed on the ar
rangement committee of the Retail
Grocers Association folkftest
Mr. Jos. Yeager of $11 Diana Street
was operated on for appendicitis.
Division No. 9, A. O. H., completed
arrangements for a summer night
festival at the Elmira Pleasure
Grounds. The arrangement commit
tee was Jno. E. Collins, D. J. Barrett,
P. F Hennessey, A. L. Green, Jno.
Doris, J. F. Murphy, Misses R.
Byrnes, O. Bethancourt, A. Durgin,
and J. Lehan. Mrs. J. Graves.
The Southern Pacific Benevolent
Association celebrated its twelfth
anniversary by a parade and later
in the evening a picnic
The honorary members of Orlent
Temperance Council presented the
club with twelve handsome gallery
chairs. The honeorary members were
Judge T. F. Maher, L. F. Gisch, HI
French, and Poeter Olroyd.
The Sancho Packing Company has
begun operation and had and ad in
this issue for three hundred girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LeBoent
were surprised by the members of
the Lyceum Club, the occasion being
the presentation of a handsome cloak
to the newly married couple. Mr.
LeBouef was the first member of the
club to be married.
Grounmad freatin on the river froe
the eat Second DistrMit Ferry LIad.
la to the Alsrs saw Mill was pa
emhs b Meides Steam, Weed
w laW t as A. 5w. md
Monday-Pa was answering sum
questions got out by a Cyko Anna
list Co. and he let me read it. 1 of
the questions was. What did you
like to play when you was going to
skool. I laffed silently and kep the
joak to myself.
Tuesday-Went to a music Recital
this evning and herd a lot of stu
dents play. The last peace must of
ben a very hard one for they got
threw in time to stop and eat ice
cream and cake witch was the best
no. on the program. As fur as I am
Wednesday-Ma sent me after sum
cold Cream tonite. Evry thing wood
of went all rite icept I went to the
telefone and ast her did she want
Vanella or Chocklate. She sed Dum
my I want Cold Cream for my Sun
Burn. So I was up vs. It and had
to disappoint my apetite.
Thursday--Got a dime mowing are
yd. today and spent it for a Dream
Book. Las nite I drempt I was a
nite watchman in a ice cream factry
and I want to see if it really has
any bearing on my future life.
DeMont, lot, Pacific, Atlantic, New
ton and Diana, $300 terms-Wedig.
Mrs. Virginia Dorsey to Pleasant
r- Leroy Hedge, lot, DeArmas, Hillary.
and Macarty, $1100 terms-Deibel.
e. Algiers Land Co., Inc., to Emile I.
r; Damare, 2 lots, in S. N. O. subdivision,
Clema Aucoln to Suburban B. & L.
r; Assn., 3 lots, Whitney avenue, Homer, I
a- Newton and LeBouet, $3600 cash.
Purchaser to vendor, same property, I
d) Octave Bocage, Jr., to Manuel Pla
Ir, dde Lombard, lot, Vallette, DeArmas,
18 Lamarque and Belleville, $500 terms
to Eugene B. Haight to Third District
ie, Bldg. Assnn., 4 lots, Lamarque, So
is, crates, Pace and Elizardl, $1500 cash.
Purchaser to vendor, same prop.
eh erty, $1500 terms-Wegener.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
dock itself expected to be in opera
tion in less than a year
Warren B. Seymour assumed his 1
duties as stenographer and clerk In
the office of State Auditor Behrman
in Baton Rouge.
* WILL USAT SATAN TO IT
"Jack sall me ehis Idol and ays I
shall never have to do anything but
let him worship me."
"Well, after yoetre married hes'
nd plenty for doel hands to do."
Tou'It Sd that lta's laurels
To aW maw are tendered
With this little phrase:
"For sen"rs renaere."
Particular Kind Needs.
Mr. Jenklns-"Edlth, didn't I *it
you a week ago to dl those eastoers
They crek somethlng awul."
dilth-"I know you did; but there
s noet a drop of castor oil in the
Lily-I went to a bargain sale UtP
Elsie-Did yeo she anything that
Lily-Yes, several men waiting fur
The Zealous Maid.
Mlstress-Pve lost the key of my
writing desk, Marie. Go and look in
the old trunk in the kitchen-you
might find an old key that will ft.
Marie-It's no use. Madam, I tried
them all long ago, and none of them
This Week's Clearance Sale
le a ta emo wos ema eves gt I =. W 1 tah tnme to
ba/. wse e elfiag tme seetmist btena sie ýt aie s eme neer
s mnew aS WeSe la. aS , M ean. am Y re a tow er Mt
ies-he em smeaR e; but a at tem haem. om e mrw lee
Cwn whow e suJt whet asutmiehagn aemt Fey mgisr eQ. elSo n
1aP C . we 'mn
"What is your favorite novel?"
"'Jack the Giant Killer,"' replied
"That is only a fairy tale."
"Which is my reason for liking it.
Nobody is going to get you into an
argument about it by saying: 'How
true to life the characters are l' and
'Isa't the philosophy a wonderful reve
lation of the human soul I' "
Unmistakable Signa A
"'There must be trouble across the its
street " said the stranger in Crimso 19
"What makes youe think so?" In
gaed Threagered Sam. m
"I just beard a pistol shot." 1
"Don't let it skaer you. The boys the
ago tired of poker and are learnia' to
play bridge whist. That's Pluto
Pete's way of signalla' fur trumps." t
A HELPFUL SPOUSE
MHbbr-What did you do with aN
Mtes unpaid bills.
Wlfey-I saw they were beginning
to worry you, dear, so I destroyed
Ups and Downs In MIlking.
'Thalt stubborn cow." said Ezra Bos -
*"Makes me feel like a clown
"-ecause. when I've made her give up.
I'm drned it she'll give downt"
"Why is It." said Mrs. Naggem, "I
say, why is it that men like you al
s ways snap and bite at your wives?"
"I dunno." said Naggem, discon
t solately. "I reckon It's the same In
stinct of self-defense that makes a dog
growl at his fleas!"
The Touch in Boston.
The wayfarer accosted the Boston
man on Commonwealth avenue.
"Sir, could you spare me a dime?
"Do you take me for an easy mark?' -
"No, sir; I was in hopes you wets
SThis got him a quarter.
"There is an enormous demand te
space in our new building."
"What Is unnual about your now
"We have installed freight elevators
and you park your car on the roof."
A Home Protective Union.
Wife-John. if Mrs. Nextdore gets
1 a new suit I must have one also.
Hub-Well, my dear, don't worry
about that. Naybor and I formed a pmr
a tetive union today and neither of you -
a Is to have one.
Relativity In Peoltics
"What do your constituents may
about your latest speechr"
"They regard It as the most pro
Iaund effort of my life" answered
Seator orghum,. ruefully. "Nobody
preteads to understand It"
A Mement of Harmony.
"The court decided that there was
eellusion in their divorce proceed
"Wasn't it too bad!" exclaimed Miss
(Oyenne. "It's the first time they evr
ageed about anythlng I"
OIOKXD LIKE IT
bpa--IMy, thst most be the chorus
& ea e of those Broadway showat
Who gaains an inch upon his gat
S May still he tar from It.
But he I, nearer than the man
Who started out and quit
You Never Can Tell.
SJAnd so yet another artist's model
means to write her memoirs-"
it "Poor stuff, I daresay?"
"I know. But there may be good
There is patience on a monumant,
selling at grief, and then there is
G Oa. Buaroa Wrangel, waiting for a
Schance to swat the Russian reds.
A German jury apparently was not
I so far off whben it declared a sulcide
• who never smoked. drank, bet or was
extrr'vngant to be of unsound mind.
SUNSET LODGE No. 108.
Sunset Lodge No. 108, Ladies
Auxiliary to the B. of R. T., will hold
its regular meeting on August 3,
1922, at Pythian Hall.
As this is the first meeting in the i
month it will be a social meeting.
Handsome prizes will be awarded
So be sure and come early.
A good time is assured all who at
tend. So don't forget the date, time
To Serve You Well With Electricity
SO Convenient & Cheap NOW"
WIRING AND APPLIANCES ON MONTHLY TUN
South New Orleans Light & Tractim C.
ar Ellmira Avenae AI1m3RB, LA. Phaoe Algle in &a
Foto's Folly Theatre
SUNDAY. AUG. th-Cbhas. Ray in "R. S. V. P." Sunshine Come.I, 411011 Ilk
MONDAY. AUG. 7th-Herbert Rawliston n T "The Scrapper." "Balbhs Ct"s'
TUESDAY. AUG. 6th-Viola Dana in "There Are no Villians." Cmy. mim
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5th-Dustin Farnum In "'trange Idols." Rath lllj h
"White Eagle." Cartoon.
THURSDAY, AUG. 1sth-Anita Stewart in "Invisible Fear." Foxez es le
FRIDAY mad SATURDAY. AUG. UIth and 12th-Betty Compton is "'n Turp
tion." Chas. Chaplin in "Pay Day." Pathe Review.
Deers Open Sandays, 15:3 p. s ., Pietres llm Iesn : p. .
Deoers Open Week Days. 5:16 p. m.. Pltues 1 11Ii: pS a
Patres eoming as late as 8:45 p. m. wUill sem Erse ga
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