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aea e t_ ul LE Othe IAAe R. "A rT Ee 2A1d ,eedtaN wr ·rar."---MANUA~rr RE CORD.
SCity jNdl INot SU
S$1,75,00, For
,l t of the Union Ferry
-'New York, to obtain
Sfros the city for nine
rry boats from thirty-one T
years old, has resulted tion
hilare. star
p Ail, the Board of gRe
paed a resolution author- cele
SDepartment of Plant and the
to purchase, without pub- The
..g, e nine ferry boats for and
S gre.alnlg World made vig- spe
"pe-s,. showing that it would J. .
. o $200,000 to put them b
a cdition and large annual tail
- M wafter to keep them in ser- eve
0Usa Ferry Company, how- whi
aet time demanded $1,500,000. mel
to accept the $350,000 and I
has since ensued between ma
 sad the company. am
' while however, the city s clue
wked with plans for new mod- Ai;
boats for East river ser- ame
;ag by the middle of next st
atracts will be awarded. str
on of $1,100,000 has been an
for new Union terry boats we
N0 for Grand street ferry we
the city has always owned Tg
terminals and has taken Tma
it` the Brooklyn terminals. m
"bi-M oer Whalen absoluti~
S to py $1,750,000 demanded,"
Siphr Deputy Commissioner Mills cot
A ai Dlrtment of Plant and Struc- the
eet A Success
! pygr*m neds swimming meet, the
task place last week at the on
pool, was most interesting sul
es atteSded by a crowd of more w-
* sectators. This is an an- Ne
gir sad one which always of
bas sa interest and competi
the boys and girls of the de
ae,. a 10-yard dash for le,
was won by Merle a
playground. th
soee, a 20-yard race in
i IuSbech class, was pr
a- eStt Wattigny
won the set cL
te the saeeea or
ard second. All tr
are from the Algiers ti
iIn to the finals Joe tiL
the vilter over Emmett tb
three Laches. Time was ul
tso Sach girls' 20-yard race U
er -d Alglers playground B
i place, and Anita Le Blane, B
d Algiers, won second place. V
1l $s seconds.
i s lWae girls' B-yard race, Pt
moama of Clay won first place, w
-..ek Lawman of Algiers sec- a
s, 15 u secoands.
At So Uach boys' 40-yard dash, tl
I Dbser was first, with Em- 01
Wattgy second. Time, 34 h
the e sh girls' 40-yard raeM
igs gt Algiers carried of k
Ilasa, with Ida Began of G(lves e
Tie, seconds.
li Sahah boys' 40-yard race,
Al s ons let, with
l  e, also of Algters, sle
S eseeme.s
55 sellted boys' 1We-yard race, t
Nathe of Algers was fret, 5
rut Uchwarsenbach, also el c
aeeed. Time, 1 minute 10 t
was a 40yard race or'
-a d in this eaont a
Deyr ao Algters won irst
Sth Mary Lafacha also of t
smeedl. Time, 3- 85 Moomds.
nees were followed by div
and thp reslts of thee
U Mtewr I the divig ca- I
he bas under a Inches Joe I
me out frst; Emmett
.seusad and WeUman Bond.
.it ethr divers were Nogesl
-ias Ouream, Weisy
-~rr eanreas and Law
eatest for beys o
Authr Le Blanc wan irst
lart &hwarseabach see
1W was a close contest, as
Ui' tied ad each had to
teh to dotermine the
iehards won third
.mi55 ether competitors were
ld Eamie Mothe.
- diving cotests, Ma
vews worn mrst Place, with
of Algsers secod. They
, earhi dd another dira.
. pn was pronounced at
wh wan thbd plasn
ii, of . R oc, who
beetdl beesme a Red
..~ giern his -is
ubeai ability when
sald ak ete 3.e 3
Rlani. for withemS a
- aimstbrr aI
Every Section of Orleans Represented
in Giant Celebration; New Reg
ulars Now Become Regular
a Democratic Party
e -
e The greatest political demonstra
d tion in the history of Algiers was
staged Monday night by the New a
f Regular Democratic organization in
r- celebration of its sweeping victory in
d the primary election September 12.
I- The celebration started with a parade
ar and ended with a barbecue and
- speeches on the lawn of the home of
Id J. W. Crawford, 1116 Behrman avenue.
ma More than 200 automobiles, con
ei taingin men and women voters from
r- every ward in the city of New Or
leans, participated in the parade,
j. which was headed by mounted police.
0. men and the Shriners' Band.
id Dr. Joseph A. O'Hara. campaign
a manager; Colonel John P. Sullivan
and the successful candidates, in
is cluding Judge Wynne G. Rogers, J.
d- Arthur Charbonnet and Francis Wil
llams, addressed the thousands of
t men and women who thronged the
d. streets surrounding the scene of the
ti The crowds that lined the streets
were orderly, and the paraders were
d greeted with tremendous applause.
Thousands of fire crackers and Ro
man candles were fired.
Harry Acker was master of cere
monies and introduced the speakers.
' Colonel John P. Sullivan, in the Dan
ls course of his address, declared that
ic- there now is only one regular Demo
cratic organization in New Orleans.
"There can be no question as to
which is the regular Democratic or
ganization of New Orleans," saidMr. 88
Sullivan. "The people have decided
it, that question. This is no assupmtion
he on my part the question has been Mr.
og submitted to voters by precincts and tained
' wards and they have decided that the Olga
L New Regular organization is the boni- fully
tide regular Democratic organization most
I of the city." On
"The New Regular organization is
e destined to continue as the Regular
Democratic organisation of New Or- honor
or leans. I believe In organized politics, Mi
an organization composed of right morn
thinking men and women, who believe Sprli
ee in aiding and perpetuating the great Mn
rm principles of Democracy." proac
l7 In conclusion Colonel Sullivan de- Jenal
Ilt clared that it always will be the aim ding
1a. of the organisation to-.. t MMad pti
ad only candidates whom the people ean churt
All trust. He said that when an orgasasa- Relal
rn tion like the old Behrmaa orgsansa and
foe tion became too bold and arrogant, inrlti
Ott the people could always be depended Mr
was upon to put them out of business. La..
Mr. Joseph A. O'Hara, campaign Mr
ae manager, declared that though Al- Matr
tai giers did not directly defeat Martin were
Lc, Behrman and his organizstion, the Rick
me. voters of that ward did cut his ma- E J
fority down several hundred. HeoTe
use, predicted that one more election of M
would mean the end of Mr. Behraa week
as a leader in Algiers. Park
J. Arthur Charbonnet asserted that Mr
sh, the report circulated in Algiers two mote
la.- or three days before the election that Th
34 he had assisted in pardonipg a negro will
who had killed a white man was a coml
, maMeloss falsehood. He said helast
g knew nothing of the case, nor had he Mr
a evens ead an account of it in the child
newspapers. Fort
e, Francis Williams said he admired Fr
rSh a ighter wae that the people of Al- the '
soe giers are tghters. cael
"I consider my victory sad the vi- Mi
ae, tory of my associate. not as a per-o
r, sonal triumph, but a victory for prin- -
f cipls," said Mr. Williams. "I hope
10 that Algiers will always ftht for
principles and in that way they al- NOl
fe ways wll be victaler. A good cause
teat never falls."
Irst I. B. Rennyson said he does not
of take Martin Behrman's statement, Kid
ads. tht he is oat ,of politics, seriously, Db
div- and warned the people to vigilance. datE
Yes , Behrman is oat of politics we
ne- aow becaae he sees that he hasn't thr
Jo got a chance to state a comeback at get
elt the present time," said Mr. Rennyson. big
au, Among the other speakers were: N
gie Judge Wyne 0. Rogers, Satyet Com- are
sliy seesser BRay, Jnek Baavile, Henry for
iow- Moran, Dr. Arthur Raoussel, Harry twa
Acker, William fplary, H. J. Coz, se
- Thomas O'Cihor and John St. Paul,
irst Jr.
e- Every precnct of the Pifteestb
,as W eaOlse eery wrd a the T
Sto city was represented tIn the parade, M.
the which formed la Segtuin street near dan
thi Patterson with more thana S auto- mil
wmeIles- Mr. Prancis Wattismeyr was of
grmand nahl, with rits John, Ed stlrn
SReaney aad A. Do RoeBha as sids; da
hprated the uaale was a squad afi
e d motorepct police, and other C.1
de, asted police laked the parade. or
te ane ~n aed  mitalshed the wa
ahmaic ad Ireworak were abndantly -
dis played both tfrm a trak i the xA
parade and by numeror cittsm Ac
along the ruate. The whele ahair net
gleis w a revelatis to Algeria, some lin
R of thle ldest af whom declared that C.
rst not eve na Dshrman's suce.e ldaYls se
the as a elIiteR IThi smok E political a
ships aU O11 s B.
eThe soo-t ghe paade was over
. the pelstl *kd(s id e ownn, ad ha
t the bh ee # ws Ot S i the hewa dd
m nr Twmlth P Amet. u athe aa of
*, t iIUo the New RegUlar Ds9* ai
t abeu 1 Mno x e
f d.arure maoe  the0 bl~ o
ii •Nnnnnl~lln~, dlm a, n
Getting here just the same
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a weo ýºr eR
. Personal Mention A
And General News
on -da
en Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Worrel enter
ad tained at dinner in honor of Miss
.he Olga McNeely. The table was taste- ac
In fully decorated. All present had a of
on most enjoyable time. Ti
On Thursday Miss Hettie Brewster, b4
ar of City Park avenue, entertained in ca
Or- honor of Miss Olga McNeely.
Is, Miss Olga McNeely left Sunday
ght morning for her home in Abita
ve Springs, La. tl
eat Mrs. W. J. Daly announces the ap- n
proaching marriage of her daughter
de- Jennie, to Mr. A. C. Traub, the wed- C
irm ding to take place on Sept. 26, a a
Snaptial mass, 10:30 a. m., ina the o
as -chrch of the Holy Name of Mary.
sa Relatives of the family, also friends
in and acquaintances are respectfully c
aot, invited through this medium. I
ded Mrs. E. J. Kevlin of Ponchatoula, L
egg. La., spent a few days here last week. c
dgn Mrs. L. F Gisch entertained thel t
Al- Matron's Club The successful players a
rtin were Mrs. G. W. Pollock, Miss Clairlia
the Richards and Mrs. O Aycock. Mrs. c
ma- E. J. Mothe received the consolation. ,
He The next meeting will be at the home
Lion of Mrs. O. W. Pollock. d
Martin Behrman is spending two
weeks with his family at Heartsease
Mrs. E. Corbett and son Fulton,I
two motored to Biloxi Tuesday. I
ha The many friends of Mrs. H. Manso
will regret to learn that she was
s a compelled to undergo an operatioa
he last week at Hotel Dien.
Ihe Mr. and Mrs. Aramnd Delcasel and
the childrea spent the week at Spanlsh
Ired Fred naughlin of New Iberia spent
Al- the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Del- L
casel and family.
rie- Mr. Warren B. Seymour of Baton
per- Rouge was a visitor here last week. I
prin- -
ope (Csatiued esn page 8.)
not The Exclusive Club will give a Big
rent, Kid's Party at the home of Miss Urn
asly Dubret on Newton Street. The exact
ace. date for same has not been St but
ities we expect to give it within the next
isn't three weeks, so this is a warning to
k at get your kid costumes ready for the
ron. big event.
rere: No one will be admitted unless they
Com- are attired in kid clothes. So do not
enry forget to start now to get your cos
Larry tumes ready, and watch the next is
Cox, sue of this paper for the exact date.
eath -
the The automobile belonging to Miss
rade, M. Net, at 245 Belleville street, was
near damaged Sunday evening when a
auto- milk wagon rua into it at the corner
was of Pelican avenue and Lavergne
, Ed street. The wagon struck the autO,
sids; damaging it to the extent O $35. An
pquaaffidavit will be prfied against
other C. B. Hegge, the owner of the wagon,
rade. for allowing a minor to drive, the
the wagon.
the Mat Sutherland, Charles Hantel, .y
isen Acker, P. I. O'Donnell, James Hart
affair nett, Joseph W. Angelo, John M. Cel
some lins, Senator Charles A. Hewrieka,
that C. J. Donner, W. N. Bermaster, Chn.
Idays Spahr Thee Ile, 3d Reney, P
Itical Rsa, Freis Wattip, Philip Brewarn,
B. P. ] 3ew R a 1 5, W. Crawfes
over with vew fw euaneim the t be
4, and bard" egd Old Ram uLe IU
d be' dd net r the pem ad dlgutt
Scat of the ' sa ( b pilee wome
Dem aMe to pirii--i4
Ftoee wnth ard New -ga lqi Di
5 eI nie eoass a tgeman,* was mester o
esinemen t mm
Algiers Viaduct Closed Wi
To Traffic
The Newton street viaduct has
been found to be in such a dilapi
dated condition that it is no longer
safe for vehicle and street car traffic,
according to Supbrintendent Burgis 7
I of the South New Orleans Light and ma
Traction Company. The viaduct has bra
been closed and barricaded, and the' Nu
a cars crossing it re-routed. Ho
Superintendent Burgis advised Cap- I
tain James Dimitry of the Eighth
Precinct in Algiers of his opinion of Gil
the viaduct, and the latter took the Ri
necessary steps to have the structure°
closed. Assistant Fire Chief Lafoux a
a also was notified and ha issued
m orders that fire apparatus avoid the w1
viaduct. TI
Is The street ears which have been
ly creasing the viaduct will run to t
Elmira street and discharge their ls
a, passengers there. Passengers will t
k. cross the viaduct on foot and will a'
te be picked up at the Whitney street t
rs end by cars operating on a switch
'i back on Whitney street, which will M
-. carry them to their destination with
t. out payment of further fare.
°e Engineers will investigate the con
dition of the structure and will pre- la
pare a report on the steps necessary
to make it safe, it was said.
Martin Behrman, for twenty years c
sh a dominant figure in New Orleans Ii
politics, has announced his retire- h4
at ment as the active head at the Old 0
el Regular Democratic facties, and his v
determination never again to be a
a.- candidate for office or to become an N
.t issue in any campaign. _ N
This announcement was made at a I
caucus of Old Regular leaders in A
Room E of the Orunewald Hotel,
where they met to discuss the future
ISl of the Choctaw Club after the defeat
in the primary election Tuesday. It
mg was announced that the leaders voted
r unanimously to continue the organi
ast bation.
but The meeting was called to order by
ext former Mayor Behrman as chairman.
to Mr. Behrman declared that the con
the dition oZ his health compelled his re
tirement from the leadership of the t
MY Choctaws, and that he was warned by I
not his physician it would be fatal for j
him to enter another campaign as a
s- candidate or leader.
Mr. Behrman added, however, that
he would remain a member of the 1
Choctaw Club and the Caucus.
Mr. Behrman left Saturday for his
s summer home at Biloxi, Miss., where
I he intends remaining about two
a weeks.
Mn, The West Side Retail Merchants Pro
the teetive Association was organised last
week in McDouoghvflle. Its object
is to cultivate a fraternal feeling
y. among the merchants and to protect
Art- all merchants on the West Side
Cl- against bad accounts. At present,
sk, the membership is limited to merch
bh ants of McDonoghvllle and dealers
asre who do tradig there.
sa, TLe officers ea the assoetat are
nAg. L. Halag. reaident. D. H. Thorn
'b lng, vicpmesident, Andrw Krau,
siemetary-treurr .
ntty h orrgniseM of the aemte
sWee are Mrs. R. SpiTo, Mrs AL
se W. . Oeport, TYh Dil A.
-nam Krma
Weddings of New oo
Orleans Folks the
The marriage of Miss Josie Wieg- and
man to Mr. Abelardo Massa was cele- c
brated Wednesday morning at a was
Nuptial Mass at the church of the Aua
Holy Name of Mary, Rev. A. M. Cot
ter officiating.
The attendants were Miss Mary
Gillen, a cousin of the bride, and Mr. A
Raphael Gracita. During the signing ar
of the register Mr. William Donner lmtl
sang "Ave IMaria." Del
I After the ceremony a breakfast cul
a was served at the home of the bride. on
The young couple, who received many Al
handsome and ebstly presents, left
o the same morning for Pensacola to ati
r spend their honeymoon. On their re- an
11 turn they will reside in Opelous flo
I1 avenue, where they will be at home wt
to their many friends. fot
The following clipping from a Gal- blk
veston, Tex., paper will be of interest tig
to our readers: MI
aiss Ray Browne entertained with of
a delightful dinner dance Thursday
Evening at the Modern Cate, honoring cri
S Miss Alberteen McKee of New Or- Mi
leans. The table was decorated with Mi
a huge basket filled with red roses tre
tied with pink and white tulle. Tall dr
candles in crystal holders shed a soft Pe
Slight over the table. The place of the go'
. honor guest was marked with a cor. Bh
d sage bouquet. The girls were given Do
- vanity bags as tavers and the boys tel
a button hole bouquets. Those present pa
` were: Misses Alberteen McKee of wa
New Orleans. * Mary McCamant,
Blanche Cornwall, Louise Lancaster, as
a Jennie V. Cathey, Unda Hill, LaVeta H
nAwat, Messrs. Edward C. Held, M4
Clifford Gaylord, Johnnie Williams, A
SOlan Lancaster, Jerry DuBoe, Harvey wl
at W. Skeen, Arthur E. Schuster and til
t Dr. L. A. Neil. bi
n Suspected of being the person who fc
re. shortly before midnight Thursday at
he Gouldsboro fired a shot at one of the tl
by guards on duty at the Texas A Pacific L
or railroad yards, Frank Morgan, 17 b
a years old, laborer, formerly employed b
by that road, was arrested by Special
*t Deputy Marshal Robert Baird and
he held In the Second Precinct station
for the federal authorities.
his When arrested shortly after the h
Ire shooting, it is said, a revolver "still c
wo warm" was found in his possession. t
He will probably be charged, it was t
said, with violating the federal Texas
& Paclc Injunction. The youth re
IN. fused to make a statement Friday
ut C
Ing On last Wednesday tight (The i
ect Athenian Carnival Club held the a
Ide largest and best attended meeting of
mt. the year at the Alhambra Club. Many I
hk- Important matters were taken up,
ser ameS them being the most important
of all, "The Mardl Gras Celebration."
are L. J. Schrodbe, preldeit said, "On
Mrn. Mardl Gras Dy the Athenlan Carnl
bus, val Club wvi open the eyes of the
Algun peto.
a Ye men oatime to Join the
g mRUsiSaei this of courue manllg:
i balnm tL t Aths La Carnlval
4h- is b ha tha em t ouramval
l, realti AUsers ever bh Apt
an puleala may e pmessred at
mauk. rde Dns ser.
Two of four white men arrested Th
Thursday after the firing of the home discu
of Albert Bush, negro railroad shop is Al
but tI
man, at 1325 Pacific avenue, were tunit]
charged with arson Thursday after- name
noon after loitering charges against test
the four had been dismissed. on S
The arson charges were made by Er
the state fire marshal against Joseph letic
Cappola. 734 Webster street, and charl
John Parr. 443 Belleville street. Jake gam(
Phillips, 709 Opelousas avenue, and "T
William Tillotson of McDonoghville quite
were released. Bush is said to have said
identified Cappola and Parr as two of Algih
the men he saw running from his I re
house. chec
Bush was awakened at 3 o'clock preti
by noises and the smell of smoke. aboe
Rushing to the front door, he found not
flames bursting through the weather- bam
boarding and saw three or four men ties.
running away. Seizing a shotgun, tage
the negro fired three shots at the thel
men, who escaped in the darkness. to s
The fire was extinguished with buck- girl.
ets of water. Sacks saturated with aifm
oil were found between the weather- dres
boarding and oil had been poured at
about the sills of the porch. Sep,
Detectives Maureau, Arnold and Thi
Patrolman Edward Rooney, patroling wha
Algiers, heard the shots fired by Bush it n
and rushed to his home. Bush gave has
them a description of one of the men. kee
Combing the vicinity, they encoun- nigl
tered and arrested the four white con!
men at the Algiers ferry landing. and
Cappola and Parr had cartridges in tuni
their possession, but no revolvers. as
The hands and clothing of Parr and
Cappola smelled of oil, the police has
say. The men deny the charge The
The house, a double one-story frame san
cottage, 1323-1325 Pacific avenue, is bea
owned by Mary Blackerd. Lamarque to
and Teche streets. The damage
amounted to approximately $50 and to
is covered by insurance. An attempt and
was made to fire the same house on
e Aug. 22. e
A very pretty wedding and one that col
g aroused a great deal of curiosity and hil
r interest was that of Miss Rosebud the
Delicatessan, and Mr. Archibald Her. to
it cules Headlight, which was celebrated wi
e. on Friday, September 15th, at the ra
7y Algiers Methodist Church. wi
The church was thro ged with rel
10 atives sad triends of the young eompie s'
"and it was beautifully decorated with am
s flowers and evergreens. A huge w
1e white bell was hung In the center a
forming an arch for the young couple.
The bride looked lovely in her hi
wedding gown of white silk. She th
T. wore a veil of illusion In cap effect hi
held in place by sprays of orange TI
il- blossoms. Her long train was beau- Ta
at tigully beaded and was carried by an
Miss Brilliantine Headlight, a sister
th of the groom. all
ty The birdesmalds wore gowns of be
ag crepe and carried shower bouquets. ga
T- Miss Evening Glory wore pale green,
th Miss Heliotrope Caterer wore hello
is trope, Miss Marigold Chandler was
l11 dressed in cloth of a golden hue, Miss
ft Peach Blossom Delicatessen In a
te gown of pink, while Miss Orange
i-. Blossom Delicatessen wore pale blue.
in Due to a serious accident Miss But- Ki
yu tercup White was unable to take t
at part in the wedding and Mr. Footlight of
of was unexpectedly called out of town. ni
it, Mr. Archibald Headlight, Jr., had t
sr, as his attendants Messrs. Percival TI
to Headlight, Aggie Plashlight, Leander e
Id. Moonlight, Hector Headlight, and
s, Adonis Searchlight. They all wore R
ey white suits which contrasted beau
nd tifully with the puastel shades of the re
bridesmaids gowns. (
Little Miss Headlight acUting as c
TIflower girl wore a dress of white g
crepe with a wreath of pink essoms F
in her hair, and carried a basket of J
rose petals which were scattered be
rho fore the bridal party. d
at Master Eclair Delicatessen carried
the the rings on a pillow to the altar.t
i1o Little Master Caterer a cousin of the
17 bride dressed as cuptd preceded thet
red bride to the strains of Lohengrlinas
:Ial wedding March.
ad During the signing of the register
la Mr. Stardust sang "Because I Love
After the ceremony a reception wuas
the held in the church parlors where the
couple received the best wishes of
their many friends. We are pleased
to state they are the recipients of
Sa handsome set of silverware.
On Wednesday last Miss Christine
GOlblfn entertained at dinner in honor
of the annversary of her birth and
lhe in honor of Miss Olga McNeely, a
the bride-elect of the season. The afalr
of was a most delightful one. Miss Gib,
any len was assisted in entertaining by 1
up, the members of her family. She re
ceived many pretty gifts from her
the The Ladies Auzilarr, sunset Lodge
sking I wim hold Ms reslar meutin om
aval Thursay, September st, 15,. at the
lral Pythi all at 3:3 P. ? . All
Ap# mamesam asIph to be Sossmt as
5t i I sa ermsaee setrans
Who Is The Prettiest
Girl In Algiers?
This question is one that has been
discussed long and often. Just who
is Algiers' prettiest girl is not known,
but the Algerines will have an oppor
tunity to find out when the Druids
name the winner of their beauty con
test at their Jack O' Lantern festival
on Sunday, October 1.
Ernest C. Hunt, playground ath
letic director, has been placed in
charge of this and other contests and
games to be staged on that day.
"The beauty contest should arouse
quite a lot of interest in Algiers,"
said Mr. Hunt. "I have noticed that
Algiers is full of pretty girls, and
I really think that if a percentage
check was made on the number of
pretty girls here it would stand out
above any other place in the country,
not even barring those northern Ala
bama towns famed for their beau
ties. With this point to our advan
tage the judges, no doubt, will have
their hands full when the time comes
to award the prize to the prettiest
girl. The rules of this contest are
sfmple. Just send your name and ad
dress to me in care of Albert Prados
at 906 Verret street no later than
Sept. 30. If possible, send a photo.
This will give the judges an idea of
what they are to expect, and besides
it might help you. A handsome prize
has been selected, but the Druids are
keeping its nature a secret until the
night of the award. This is the first
contest of this kind known in Algiers
!and some girl will have the oppor
tunity of making a name for herself
as a beauty.
I Mr. Hunt also announced that he
:has arranged a freckle contest for
those who might envy the beauties.
The rules for this contest are the
e same as those which govern the
beauty contest, except that it is open
to both boys and girls. Contestants
d must mail their names and addresses
d to Mr. Hunt as in the beauty contest,
and must say that they wish to enter
a the freckle contest.
Besides these contests there will
be games of all kinds, starting at
2 p. m., at the Druids' Palm Garden.
A donkey party, an apple ducking
at contest, a shoe race, two boxing ex
ad hlbitions, a clown contest (prize for
ad the best clown and for the best cos
er- tume), sack races and a cowboy race
ed will be some of the amusements ar
he ranged. Prizes will be awarded the
winners in each event.
e. And to make the festival all that
se uch an event should be, everyone is
Ith asked to come masked. In other
ge words, tie Jack O' Lantern will be
er a masquerade.
le. Two bands of music will be on
ser hand to keep things humming. For
The this occasion the Palm Garden will
ct have a different plan of illumination.
go This will be kept a secret, as the
IL. Jack 0' Lantern is Intended to be a
by surprise to everyone.
ter The doors will open at 2 p. m., and
all the kids in town are expetced to
of be on hand to take part in the various
ts. games.
Peter E. Munts, the present grand
a knight of the Santa Maria Council,
at. Knights of Columbus, together with
he his entire staff, was re-elected to
ht office for the fourth term Wednesday
,! night. More than 200 memberus of
ad the order took part in the election.
val Those selected to hold offitce for the
lr coming term are:
ad Mr. Munts, grand knigst; W. T.
ore Ryan, depaty grand knight: A. J.
e- Galennie, chancellor; J. A. Barrett,
the recorder; J. P. 8kelly, secretary;
G. A. Lynker, treasurer; Prank Ie
as court, advocate; A. 0. Ryan, inner
ite guard; Henry Ormond, oater guard;:
uns F. O. Lynker, warden; G. O. Roome
of Jr., alternate delegate to grand
be. knight, and J. L. Hlggins, alternate
delegate to past grand knight.
rled The re-election of Mr. Munts tee
tar. tiles to the regard in which he is
the held by the order. He has been idea
the tiled with many important civic
i movements. He has served as pre
ident of the Brotherhood of Railwq
Clerks, as secretary of the Algie
ve Improvement Association, as a mena
ber of Exemption Board No. 12 de?
Sing the war, and as an active worker
of for the Red Cross. He has twice
been secretary of the Orleans Levee
SBoard, and has served as secretary
to the commissioner of pehle safety
and auditor of judicial expense td.
In varlous capacities he was connect
ed with the Southern Pacfie railrosd
many years.
y, a
ar A special invitation to include New
Gi Orleans in the itinerary of the navy
by board appointed to investigate shore
stations was given to Secretary Dem
her by by Representative James O'Connor
of the First District.
The board is to inquire trte the
proper shore stations to be male
tamned and kept in eudfttib for t
dge medliat use, and while it has bees
g oe settlsd that the New es status
the would be visited, Represeutative
All O'Connor wished to sell eaeole nt
st -l tees t the beeoto1 N ew

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