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day, age stre neei Con m., the ferr chat age emr .afte IITHS. lug 11r. Rwit d Mrs. James 'ral- barI B ". a boy. Icar sl Yrs. Jos. D - r- ,sai thr a Mrsy. Miler t and SA e boy. Ira-onk can s_,. 1922, to Mr. and bac Mi goo ., a daughter wal Cal sad Mrs. A. Suther- war M a rson street-a boy. wh, - s Mrs. Verdoodt of hin i-a gl. " 3. sad Mrs. F. Kucera In1 thersday, July 13, pli gap, bhuasband of Louise I for died at the home of the S Decatur, Ga. Inter- ant S there. an p . the t greater part res atd his many friends g lars of his death. Tuesday at 8:20 George W. Demarest, ad un Liada Wiggins, tw ~p f forty-seven years. ag ,.sative of New York.t - m took plsace Wednesday cit duk from his late resl- mi P ttero n street. Intero thi W ilcaoghville Cemetery. fet Jul WOMEN TO HELP " ANT EXTERMINATION. ne -* set glued women, who were we L the Red Cross during the W - ah Brown, Celina Hil- Ba _MLes Jeferson and Marie en vinsateered their service Br I. 1 Hucklns. They will -- sgro portions of the Ju th sad tenth precincts. Jo HI TlO CHATER OF L. "lim 61 Amserra, State of Ps Oh of Orleans. ie it , a this twenty-ninth day of in ILEts Lhundred and twenty- th - ble mesa Emanuel Leopold SPablic, duly commis- at ý gaS in and for this si' g l5 therua residlin, and pi of the uandersigned com- &i j_ " iy ctame and es Britker the Secre Meoter ruck Man S c, orpor ated, a IX u der the laws of w; Sat before uadersigned I II recorded in M. O. t0 Smi; said charter amended ao i . N , December 11, ai 0. book 1201, folio de UIr amead by act beforeC( Sieetmber 1917, recorded ilt 112. tello t; sad further ,' ires as, Notary, Febru- p - maed in Mi . O. book aIld ppsarers being of It gMets eof. this parish and m emipesation being domi Ossasl, Ira., who declared n, and voteo adpted at 61 the stockholders of held at its office in " M ih day of June, 1922, aMe to and consent of the 8 majority ef the stoclk it pemin or by proxy, tiht rtele IV .f the Char- f lCorportlea be amended hs capital stock theret; peas fronm certlied copy a am emid meeting annexed WIt henre hIer efrtre that said ti 1 thO Charter and amended It Iy vte of all stockholders a ass-lt Ameanded, so as to Ie nptal stocit of ? lb hereby decreased) a at the sum of One v thousand Dollars a to sa represented 61 the par value of emais, (100.) each: naid I W ssble, and all or - I n may be lusued for 1 I ineeived, o or for to the Corporatio; or II Wp laut rights: and WSi thme law of this to CoratLeaons of this fIther deelhre, that eapacitles, ad asi eW appear before me, thIls t for the above I m a to carry maid a et, nd take all Shaw and the chabrtter a ma to amend maid d.i la my notarial , S the date Arst milan. t preeence of sad Jack Haw Witoasee who sign here. and me, Notary, : Philip Foriebler. I bnLkr ,ecrary. Notary Publce. RLeorer of Mert ts Parish of Or hereby certify S foegeiang Amend b ebler Motor Track S Ie. wasr this - , off tin 14* Jugr 1. ises. o rat. corr. Deputy Recorder. he ahove ad fore ait$ U cre c copy of SUS ex taat la my 1 faith whereof, I tetg my oftletal seal *U the oth day of L. WWIL. Notary Public. ORY BONDS CALLED Stte Treasury has called for redemption all Victory b) naria the serial letters A. B, C, D, E, and F. Interest ~.l lDecember 15th, 1922. WE ADVISE SALE -"a~kit price and re-navestment in other prime securil -u se yar bonds at current prices and offer you our Scv~estment of your funds. ~rust and Saving Bank YOUR HOME BANK FEDERAL RmEaRVE SYSTEM. PAINFULLY INJURED. Corporal Geo. L. Hoffman, reports T at about 9:30 o'clock a. m., Wednes- Rul day, July 26, 1922, that Arthur Rulf, gotl age 48 years, residing at 320 Calhoun tral street, employed as a marine engi- a I neer by the Bisso Tow Boat & Ferry pog Company, at about 5:30 o'clock a. Mi i., Monday. July 24, 1922, arrived at Str the head of Olivier street, with the ' 1 ferry boat, "Martin Behrman" In Scl charge of Captain William Muntz, me age 65, years, residing in Gretna and bel employed by the same company, and lCal after tying the said boat to its moor- I bet l og at the head of Olivier street, Mr. ln, Rulf and Munts, left the ferry boat Fit with the object of going to the car I- barn to get aboard the Gretna street mu car for home. When in the vicinity Pe of Patterson near Olivier streets, we three white men who were seated on Th a door step rose from their position, evw t and one of the trio struck Mr. Rulf bel on the head with a "Black Jack" Gr. causing a lacerated wound on the Ca d back of his head, and from the re- Es suit of the blow he fell to the side- Bli ,' walk, in a dazed condition. When He Capt. Muntz ran off for assistance he an - was followed by one of the trio, who me I. when near Muntz attempted to strike ral him with a "Black Jack." Ge Mr. Rulf had his injury dressed MI a in the Charity Hospital, and after re- Ia, ceiving the necessary surgical at- Ci tention returned to his home. Jo Mr. Rulf and Capt. Muntz state' that they are of the opinion that Ca the parties who committed the as-i R sault were evidently strikers doing ha 3, picket duty and who mistook them PN t for strikebreakers. They stated that PS i they could identify their assailants, S r- and their descriptions were obtained i and sent to all stations for their ar i rest. G P1 S SHOPMEN'S TRIAL. M t, Davis Adams, a striker, one of the *, twelve men arrested about two weeks: ago on charges of violating a federal 'L. njunction covering the Southern Pa. Y cific Railroad in connection with a 1i- midnight shooting in Algiers near t" the railroad shops, was the only de- to "- fendant found guilty by the federal T Judy. gi The jury received the case Wed N. nesday afternoon and returned a sealed verdict. They reported they vw re were unable to agree in the cases of w he William Dill, Alvin Gauthreaux, J. J. tl i- Bauman and Charles Willis, former ie employes of the road and M. R. K ce Broadtman. A mistrial was entered. k i11 By direction of Judge Foster, the U he jury Wednesday afternoon found v Joseph Sanchez, Perry Braal, Leo Hinyub, F. Bach. Oda Gremillion and " L. V. Verdoodt not guilty of the. F charges. I of Following the verdict of the jury, of in which it was unable to agree on F t- the five men, counsel for the defend tas- ants announced a new trial for all hi" six men would be sought immediately. - Bonds for them were fixed at $500 ` each, all of which were made. Approximately $4000 was raised by a popular subscription by striking rail of way shopmen in Algiers. for a fundI o. to pay for the defense of the twelve ed accused men. It will be used in the 1 lo defense of the remaining six, the one d convicted yesterday and the other her five who have asked for a new trial. ýk Part of the amount also was used " of in the defense of the six men against I sd whom charges were dismissed Wed- I red nesday. at In STRIKERS MAKE CHARGE. the Ck. Three men were reported to be fraudently soliciting afunds for strik A ing railroad shopmen. Report was py made by the strikers' press commit ed tee to the police with the request that raid the public notify authorities when l any solicitors appear. to No funds are being sought on the of New Orleans side, though collections ewere made at recent fairs at Algiers ars and Gouldsboro. of The fake solicitors, according to thl aid press committee, obtained credentials fo used in a strike years ago and for changed the date. sa If any workers are sent out by the i shopmen they will have credentials signed by Joseph Shae, president, and S B. McCluskey, secretary and bearing me. the seal of the organization. b Several collections by the swindlers all have been reported, but there is no i way of determining the extent of rl their depredations. of SURPRISE PARTY. ar The home of Kathryn Schabel was her. the scene of a pleasant surprimse party given in honor of Patrlca and Cecilia le. Mants, Friday evening, July 28, on Sthe porch which was prettily dec orated with Japanese Lanterns. OYro Games were played and dainty re tify freshments served. All spent an en irack joyable evening. this Those present were: Misses Dottle SWilson, Dottle James, Hilds 8uber ville, Merle Martines, Floyd Legarde, SHarriet Munts, Winona Oorman, 'r Mary Gordon. Agnaes McCord, Patrica Munts, Cecella Munts, and Kathryn SSchabel, Messrs. Ethelbert LaOard., eta Preston Oatffney, Earl Shields. Siias Sof Wright, Felix Borne 111, Eddle Mc r. Mahon, Hart Callow, Bill Short, Giles FAREWELL DANCEM The Messrs Kennery Miller, John SRuis, and Hillary Schroeder, who are golng to spend a while in an army trainlng camp, were entertained at Sa farewell dance by Algiers' most popular younger set at the home of Miss Margaret Finley in Olivier Street. The H. O. N., of Esplanade Highl k'School was represented by two of its members from across the river, they 1 being Misses Ethel Bauer and Evelyn' Campbell and its three Algiers mem" bhers who are Misses Blanche Vander linden. Alicia Gravois, and Margaret t Finley. r Dancp was indulged in. th t music being furnished by Bertrand y Peck at the piano, and refreshments , were served throughout the evening. a Those who spent a very pleasant , evening were: Misses Evelyn Camp I bell, Ethel Bauer, Julia Susslin, Alicia " Gravois, Blanche Vanderlinden. Anita s Casler. Camille Mothe, Olga Duplan, Esther Cabanoil. Rita Watkins, Blanche McCloskey. Hyacinth Muntz. n Hattie Savoy. Cordy Arnold, Mirza tns e and Juanita Trist, Dora Hanson, Car:-_ _o o men Malbrough, Elise Dubey, Lo e raine Muntz, Thelma Willie, Clare,! Gertrude. and Margaret Finley. ! d Messrs. Kenney Miller. John Ruiz, Hil-I lary Schroeder, Leslie Casler, Barney G. Gilder, Toban Sebastian. John Klorer, John, and Stanley Leonard. Charlie' e Beninate. Alfred Christy, Nick Trist. t Carlos Casler, Emile Mothe, Bubble Ramos. Hart and John Schwarzen ihach. Lloyd Keller. Nole Richards. m Neil Wilson. Malcolm Manent, Joe Pt hillips. Landry Adams. Beverly and Sonny Legendre, Charlie Sadler. Ned d Whitmore. Alfred Peterson. Floyd rI'mbach. Hilliard Bach, Isidore Davis. George Bellanger. Bill and Nace Sten ger. M. Oumillon. Andre Couget. John Price. Jack Baker, Leslie McMahon., Malcolm Andre. Peter Dassinger, Joe Tallon, Teddy Euper, Edward and ei John Finley and Mrs. M. Finley. SURPRISE PARTY ar An agreeable surprise party was e- tendered Miss Gladys Knowles on ,l Tuesday, August 1. when a crowd of Mh girls and boys met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Zermngue on the Lower Coast. The occasion was the and- on ey versary of her birth, and a good time , of I was enjoyed by all. The hostess was Jthe recipient of many pretty presents. er Those present were: Misses Gladys R. Knowles, Inez Dupuis. Norma Wheat d. ley. Ruth Zeringue. Holston Moseley. he Daisy Kramme. Lucille Phillips. Or nd ville McMahon. Lillian Gerrets. Stella so Le Blanc. Concordia Arnold. Marian nd Kramme. Juanita Trist. Ilda Boylan. he Eleanor Rooney, Macrina Muntz. Mirza Trist. Lillian Knowles, Ethel Holton, Alicia Gravois. Margaret ' Finley, Esther Puckett. Marguerite ad- Watkins. Eloise Schroeder, Irma all Schroeder. Vera Lusk. Anais Rivas: Messrs. Edward Holton. Ansel Clark, O0 William Stenger, Tommy Bucholz, S. Leonard. C. Casler. J. Leonard. P. Dastuell, Raoul Dastugue. Landry Adams, L. Casler, Joe Phillips, E. ad Aucoin, H. Schwarzenbach. H. Bork, N. Richards, J. Murphy. John Kram-, he me. E. Schroth, John Forrest, Claude i >ne Hauer. G. Beninate, Beverly Legen- o, dre, John Schroeder. W. Durand, Nel al. son Graham, A. Para, F. Umbach. s1 sed J. Stassi, O'Neil Barrett, Eldred nat Drumm, George Bellanger. George 'ed- Peres, George Beeler. E. Stace?.i Nickolas Trist, Gus Knowles, Daniel Knowles, J. Ramos; Mrs. F. L. Clark. Mrs. P. S. Harvey. Misses M. and J. Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. William Knowles. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas STrist, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeringue. nit- EXCLUSIVE CLUB. bat The Exclusive Club held it weekly hen meeting Monday night at the home of Miss Alma Fellers. the The meeting was well attended by s all the members. SRefreshments were served in abund ers ance and dancing was indulged in. Those present were Misses O. IL t Blanc, A. Johnson, E. Dalgle, A. Fel lals lers, E. Choate, V. Cafitlero, M. Sar and beck. IL Lananux, S. Bauman, H. Saleeby, M. Ponti, Messrs. M. Ryan, the C. Balk, J. Johnson, W. Erickson, A. Ials Marvin. S. King, G. Gaffott, P. Saleeby, and 0. Gall and many others. ring The following officers were elected by the members who will hold office iers for the next two months; Mr. no Clement Balk, President; Mr. George of Gall, Vice-President; Mr. Sam King. Treasurer; Miss Ollie LeBlanec, Sec retary. EUCHRE PARTY. was A euchre party was given on Fri. arty day last at the home of Miss Aidan cilia Johnson, by the Sweet Sixteen of Al on glers. dec* The first prlse fotar girls was won by Miss Lillian Koenig and the second re- by Miss Martha Drumm. en The first prise for boys was won by Mr. Charles Dsanenhauer, and the ottle second by Mr. J. Curry. aber The consolations were received by de. Miss Elenor Lilly and Mr. Werner nn, Bourgeois. trica The following were present: Misses hryn Elenor Lilly, Leonora Danenhaner, ard. Zita Kerlin, Dora Morse, Martha Slas Drumm, Illian Koenig. Karoma Rob Mc Ichaux, and Aldan Johnson, Messrs. iles Eudice Robichaux, Charles Danen hauer, Marcel Serpas, Aloysalus Ser - ps, Werner Bourgeois, Alfred Cox, Thomas Breed and John Curry. "VERY GOOD LIQUOR" SEIZED BY AGENTS. SIProhibition agents led by L. E. Gilmore late Thursday niht selmsed an auto track owned and operated i by Anthony Franovich, of 1213 Da- phine street, confiscating 500 quarts r of what the agents announced was "very good liqunor" from the trueck. The truck was setsed as It was coma inag otff the Usplsnade avenue ferry. The owner of the liquor whose name, the prohbltion agents sany. humws to them, Is bela asght S ,iay. VALUE RECEIVED RES aumt of P ;r. and life. Imt e n Ii r mmdy 1 q Bits. Sdied r and sage body t thet "Isn't it awful, dear? These stock- pats Ings I've got on cost four dollars." 7 "Never mind, old thing; you've get drol something to show for your money," i o i.left LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT Ius -heal tune had Sadri I, ~ soot talk or , Sa org d t ibr d app DA Old and all thu ln "So yours was a case of love at kL nt !rst sight?" Ing t Yes. I fell in love with my wife S1 r the moment I saw her. I was walking me on the street with a friend when he stoi stopped and pointed her out, and said. con S'Jim, there's a girl with $2,000,000.'" I s thei IT BELONGED TO HER bir ,an. it- rpal 'y. tog )r- the Ila car an no in. sta tz., Je na rk, e z, ~ml td. lo co n- The Sultor-Willie, do me a favor mi ide and tell me, is that all your ister's he en- own hair she wears? na el- Willie-Of course, it's her own- be ch she bought it, didn't shet i redi In rge NOT GOOD TO WILULIE p' erk. Wr- Uncle Jim- 8 your ma gave yea H. * good whipping, eh? an, Willie-ave me a bad whipplag, ,A. rd say, Uncle Jim. A CHICKEN DINNER Sec IAunt-Come over tomorrow, Horace, won we're going to have a pretty girl ifo Nephew-A chiciren dinnert Well, won I should say I will I How'll she be by WHAT'S THE ANSWERT Rob Kid-1)nly one more q sototr pop, NTS. who's join' t" bur:. Ihe x'. n. Look befose yea drink; it may W a. your last look. rated Russia's abolition of money was 13 DaN- teresting while it lasted. was Gloom and pessimism are a combS rack. nation in restraint of trade. er Wouldn't it be awful it married 1Mb hose was as bad as they say it is? t Too many supportlag the m3'. atme epanet it to seppelt then. RESTORING "DEAW' TO LIFE Remarkable Effects of Substance Which the Medical Fraternity yo Knows as Adrenatln. fto Withthin the last few months quite a number of cases have been reported He of persons, who were to all Intents un iand purposes dead, belog restored to cll life. The instance which occurred In c Yorkshire, when a woman, said by her doctor to be dead, showed signs - of returning life within a quarter of an hour, Is a case in point, writes the medical correspondent of London Tit Bits. There was also the case of a child. eleven mouths old. iwho apparently died while undergoing an operation, and could not be revived even by mas sage of the heart. The little one's body had actually become cold when the doctor made an injection of a sub stance called adrenalin. The result of this treatment on the child's heart, which had ceased to beat for four minutes, was that it imme diately began to beat again and the patient made a perfect recovery. There is also on record the sudden dropping dead of a woman of thirty; In other words, she would have been left for dead by the ordinary prac titioner, for she was pulseless, her heart had stopped beating, her jaws were set and her eyes glazed. For tunately she was seen by a doctor who had had experience In the use of adrenalin. He injected a dose and soon the woman was sitting up and talking to her friends. In cases where there is no disease or damage of any of the vital bodily organs, restoration to life is quite pos sible if the appropriate remedy can be applied in good time. DATES FROM SIXTH CENTURY Oldest Known Latin Extant Is Net Epigram, but Decidedly Cont monplace In Expression. Those who swear by the classics, and believe that in them is set down all wisdom, as well as those who flout this view for old fogeylsm, may be surprised to learn that the oldest It known Latin extant, dating, accord ing to most scholars, as early as the S 8Sixth century, B. C., is neither a frag Ig ment of an old law carved in crumbling S stones nor a scrap of old parchment id. containing a calendar proclamation. Instead it appears on so frivolous a thing as a piece of jewelry, a gold brooch, and that not made for a wom an, but meant to be worn by a Roman patrician to fasten the folds of his toga at the shoulder. The motto on the piece is nothing that could be carved on a courthouse cornerstone, nor is it suitable for printing on a state seal. It is only a journeyman jeweler's mark, and may be translated "Manius Made Me for Numarius.- From the New York Sun. Popcorn Powders. A certain man suffered from a se vere case of insomnia. Try as he might, he couldn't get a good night's rest until at last, driven to despera tion. he resorted to sleeping powders. Even these didn't give him relief. That compelled him to increase the dose until be had reached the stage when roer morphine was about to claim him for rs her own. However, he was prevailed upon to visit a physician whom he - begged for a prescription for this dan gerous narcotic. The physician, wise in his generation, did not argue the point, but pretended to readily fall in with his patient's wishes. Retiring to a private room, he quickly ground some popcorn into a fine powder and did it up in some regulation powder papers and handed them to the insom nlac. Some weeks passed, and when the physician again saw his patient he wuas Informed that the morphine had done the trick and that he had slept peacefully every night since he began taking the powders. This is what sug gestion did for him.-Plctorll Review. ewt1ou din ror uuu.--ru-Vvr LW. ,w. 1 - How The Master Driver Became Master Tire Builder rN 103, driving the "'9N" racing American tires that have ever taken I car, Barney Oldfield started his first place in the French Grand Prix. career of victories that later They have won for three consecu earned him the title of "Master tive years in the 500-mile Indian Driver of The World." To over- apolis Sweepstakes. So far in 192, come the tire weaknesses that made Oldfields have lowered four World's racing difficult and dangerous, he Records and seven track records. studied tires-specified materials- supervised construction. The Wichita Test Run gave evil dence of Oldfield superiority in tour Today, Barney Oldfield is known ing-when a set of four Cords covy as the "Master Tire Builder. ered C,5 miles over rutted, frozen, Starting with the crude tires which eint4r roa pformance at carried the "0" one mile in sixty winter roads--a performance at carried the "999" one mile in sixty tested by the Mayor of Wichita. seconds, Oldfield gradually de veloped his famous Cords-a set of which covered 600 miles at eighty- See your dealer and get a set of eight miles an hour without a these rugged tires that Barney Old change. field has developed and perfected through a lifetime of practical tire In three years Oldfield tires have experience. Their performance will won every important race on Amer- convince you that they are "The ican speedways. They are the only Most Trustworthy Tires Built." ___ __ __ TDI;1 The Unrevealed. "Daughter." said the cautious moth wr, "you should know. absolutely, that you love James alove ail things, be fore you marry him." "For nmercy's sake. mamnn.'" pouted I 8 the girl. "you are so unrcasonrable! low can I knlow how llmuch I love him unitil I ml:rry himll and give him a 0 clihance to t:reat me Ie:an ntlt d see if I can stick t' 1Iliii " Whiz, Bang, Wow!! I've Got Lots of Pep from Eating .,ACHER ROS. EST SUNS Try them this Saturday: they are great. High food value combining all the merits of the iron tonic of raisins with the food value of bread. The finest kind of hot weather food for the kiddies. BACHER BROS. Telephone Uptown 2178 And Have Them Deliver to Your Home FuNo Accouat No tccoat Too Small Too To Berve To Hadle Watch Your Dollars Grow They will do1 so if you start a savings account drawing interest regularly. Money in bank is mighty handy when you need it.-"Ask dad, he kinow\s." Get a home savings bank for each member of the family ALGIERS BRANCH 0 501 Patterson Street r Mr. Edgar Cayard, Manager CANAL-COMMERCIAL Trust and Savings Bank I i I i :fllE i~:L s l.Ja ,lie ' s thgllgh CTO7Y htlw In tlhei'r InIy had gone to thelr he:!dl. A tine w:y to teach a smnnll boy to flnct it t.i make him wear r red tie te Y oýli'*" 1'("t ito cut el\' ,i *,n ,i:shed Ip'ta::ll if at 1 Ilant to icut dowl oin it~uf '. a"