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XXV. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1917. No. 30.
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Valetine I. Nelson, wife of
t of the Naval 8tatlon
is organizing an auxiliar
v1 Relief Society. The work
gseity is such as to appeal to
rested in the navy and in
- k. The purpose is to bring
to those famlies of the
u gh through the death oh
father or son, fnd them
II used of financial help.
4 Iak Galvin rendered an aria
gL Matthew's Passion" (Bach)
week at the recital given by the
g_ lay friends of John A. Stassi
sisa Avenue, who joined the
- els at Harvard University,
Mass., in October, will be
t blarn that he is making
peess In his studies.
S, 3. DOckey entertained the
- 1,, elg Club last week.
esbyterian Minister' Alli
New Orleans has.appointed a
askugilving Service, to be
M, Charles Avenue and
Sreet. this morning at 11
Algiers church will be rep
--1pbe A. Brauner, after spend
week with his parents
Avenue, left for Galveston
at Mir. A. Burke, on ac
after spending a
jsr anmt and uncle, Mr.
of Mrs. Nd Mo.
be glad to hear she is out
por a spell of Ia Grippe.
*gt Vieknair spent Sunday
La., the guest of Mr. and
,L tockfleth and daughter,
gest Sunday at Doullut's
te g est ef her father-In-law.
B. O. Baker and daughter,
aent the deekead at Buras,
grset of her brother, Mr.
-IM , Jr., spent the week
i4 La., with his parents.
de , Biosssartm and son,
Svisiting her father,
Gerge rtermed from
Ler spending awhilt
, Ms. Lynch.
Baker returned to his
days with hi
lt, gran wnd
'rsb a Oreleh just Ie
a twenty day trip alngs
elies ea the aSethern
Mrs. amlth repsme
amoen the im
Orles threoughout the
states that the membe.
7 4 " and ehlren V
Ia., are spendiang
the terme's parents,
P. J. Barns
ksr left yesterday foa
Af"M the manaal em
breekes recelved the
weanplaetiag a sweate
the "KCalting Be'
Auxilary o the
,the Ohrbstiu Wemea's
t Gowe"a s4". JaeM
e weekendesn I-.
_ e ar. r s ktri
bula l Vt ane a irl
Owe r otf Lh ette is
S hol e a Gk et
MlaVe the b il
1 h*t I
A request for "fasr play" was made
Tuatday afternoon when the wives of
men drafted into the National Army,
and-so being trained at variem me
tomeats met t 2:30 In 1olmus'
They will meet again Friday morn
ing at 10 a. m and It in urged that all
Interested In tho movement please ast
An cort will be made to have the
new draft regulations concerning de
pendents put Into effect to apply to
men already In imp. This, the lead
ers of the movement declare, Is
merely a question of fair play to all.
The wives in charge of the meeting
assert that they are as ready as any
others to serve their country, but be
lieve that no discrimination between
the first and other groups of select
men should be shown.
LOCAL BOYS MISSING.
The American steamship Actaeon
was torpedoed on Sunday, a dispatch
from C',runna, Spain reports. Twenty
one survivors have arrived at Port
Camartns. Three boats with the re
mainder of the crew are missing.
Camarinas Is a small Spanish town
forty-three miles southeast of Corun.
na in Northwestern Spain on the At
Among those on the missing boats
are Raymond Healy and B. '. Ford.
James Raymond Healy, third assist
ant engineer of the Amerlean steamer
Actaeon, Is the son of late Joe Healy
of Delaronde St. and is Just 21 years
old. He worked for the Morgan Line
between New Orleans and New York
until war was declared, when he went
to New York and took out his papers
as third assistant engineer. He form
rly was a member of the crew of the
Antllle., the 'Morgdp Line st3amer
which recently sank aMe serving as
a transport, but left her shortly be
fore her last voyage. He had been on
the Actaeon for Just a month.
"he list of survivors and missing
has not been announced. P.ealy has
one brother who is a wireless opera
tor In the nwvy and another brother
studying for the preisthood.
The other local man on the Actaeon
is Beunet F. Ford. of 7O Belleville
St., cadet engineer e the boat. He
is the son of J. W. Ford, an engineer
on the Public elt railroad.
JOHN YOUNGtR ARRIVES IN NEW
A telegram was received by Mrs.
n era of Opelousas Ave. Monday
ight saying that her son John Young
e has arrived safely n New York
and wil most probably be hoam soon.
JON N4A APTER, O. L S.
S 4 No. U, 0. 9,
isles oan Monday,
Ws. Liluy Goodlet et.
w-rthy watrou. the reguslar
mantba, Mrs. edtth Schabel, betas
absent on aecount of the death of
her brfther-ln-law, Mr. Lea Burle.
Mmr A. Amuedo icted as assoete
matron in the absence of Mr. A.
tnanktry. Two applications were
aeogptd and mee received. The
meeting was well attended by beth
the nemers ot Sts. John and visit
ings bpters. After regular besi
m was Igoe through with the aet
ig matron invited an down stairs
to partae of a mrepst. It was alled
"Pet Lack" and everyone enjoyed It
very mech. The idea originated
with Mrs. Udith Schael and she had
take a gret deal of patins to msae
It a success.
ThVe -esen of ulster Sebabel was
nstieed t each and every menher
present, as e .Itr sias persen
asy enears her to the heart of
when wr7oe has estabon to
the rpat th wIee lou di n their
urae oa o l eaSntar of this ae
..e many f** of Mrs. U. len.
sa win s to kmr of her IUlne
st Hotel DI-.
Mr. ad Mrs. Thesere lim'l stu
rensedll s *.gsetsioes on the u"
rval o a n baby boy at their hsom
Mr.· airp Usthhel* rrnre trea
New ork sanl s setedsi awhile
wit he pets. o bems a aOret.
kr. end r Jraes. Attabee r
un d o_ y at
Mr. and Mis A. Lria are receive
hoenebtg heir he art t hei hom
eare -ih w o hmar wo her
hep.l Ye e pfnle Ab I n
q a b a me+ t at
Seredl Mrs. W.
The New Broom
THE BLUE JACKETS TER
A most enjoyable dance was given
last Friday night by the Blue Jackets
Terpsichorean Club. The entrance
prise, a swagger stiek, was won by
Miss kerns et New Orleans.
The ecuttive committee was de
lighted to kow that there were a
number it guests present who were
being entertained by them for the
rist time, also that many new naines
were added to the club's membership
list. A score of man who have been
atteaing the School of Navigation
were welcomed bak Friday night,
having sucessfilly completed their
The ldub regrets to announes that
there will be no dance on the evening
at Ilrday, November 30, but takes
pieas re la a nelng a dance for
December th fl.
T he -%dijn a seript
danes far t o . ot f December
and each trl, who has been so de
lightirlly entertained, is eager to do
her Mt towards making this dance as
great a success as thWo given by the
MEMPHIS ROMANCE HAS CLIMAX
A rmeanse etending from Mem
phis to New Orleans had its eulmla
satio hare PFV nsight, when Miss
lory Re sand Charles P. Welting
journeyed to Judoge Mahoney of the
Second City Court to have the nup
tl knot tie.
Victor Iueuet, B. Ummet Mahomery
and Leeassrd . G11Iah, etr, were the
NAVAL STATION MACHINST TO
Herbert M. Holde, machlst, who
it is said, gained a wi kowedg
*hlr.g at the aval station, was ar
reste by lseat aents of the depat
mot oi isue en advices from
Weaaon. Agent Peadiston mid
Thursday that the publense of Hdo
senes momt wma preat ad un
sathbried. oMden seemred a position
as machinist at the naval station on
his m. Be is heldla i
the Hoo et Ddatlm. Distriet At
terom enelslesry said the mn
weoud be la5med.
MISS SWEENY WiNS SCHOLAR
Mih IWasel SIwnr, one at em
meet taslented ysngs ladles has ir
--,.,-r 1JPI~ -
cael aree year sahesaulhp in a
ash tl ae. Miss weany mang in
e.ssa with several others and
her "aelW vonb wan her the shbot
th t was given by the a ths
e Calue We eonestiate
tida le sesb - sad
last Uaits amt Miss -weeny
teo past i she coneert sives by the
IN . o 6ao. nnty carms a thea
was e aS at the G rnew asd
Miss Rath Harrison was th
,ass asý who
asg rls a $ S reins5
THOIIBURY IS LEAYIIG
IAY! STATION IM. C. A.
Will Resume Secretaryship of Kinge
bury, N. Y., AssoelatUon. <
F. L. Thornbury, secretary of the
Naval Station Young Men's Christian
Association in Algiers, has tendered
his resignation, to take effect the first
of December. He will returS'to Kings
bury, N. Y., and resume his dutiet as
secretary of the Young Men's Christ
ian Association at that place.
Mr. Thornbury came to New Or
leans on a leave of absence in order
to do his bit where the Y. M. C. A.
needed the most help. Under his
management the building was placed
at the Naval Station and he has set
in operation every branch of work
that aids the soldiers and sailors who
are in the Stab . His successor has
already been apelrmr and it is ex
Thoran ur leam w Tw York.
FIND MILK ONE-FOURTH WATER.
Showing idded water to the amount
of more than one-fourth of the milk
sold, a sample taken from B. Careuso
Delaronde Street, will be the brass of
prosecution on an aSdavit ordered
Friday by the City Board of Health.
The sample analyzed showed 29.1 per
cent added water. Another adavit
was ordered by Dr. Robin against Ca
ruma for havnlg I half gallon of water
on the wagon. Another sample was
taken by the milk inspector tree the
same wagon which did not show
added water and was above the legal
POLICE IN NEW UNIFORMS.
The pee receive their winter
uniforms anday. The new aluniforms
have short coats of about the same
length as an e civillan's coa.
The old coats dippe halfway to the
knees. The egwdm of a double
breasted style, 'hic protects the
cheast well. the dr side os the gar
ment reaching entirely across the
treat of the body.
The solar is high emough to com
pltely cover the small standing ol
lar which meay ot the mea on the
fores wear. No ditlmaetlo between
the patrodeem and the -rprals ad
captains te ma in the buttons of the
new asilerms as was deano a the if
es The new have two rows of but
me eateedlas downm eah of the
e . The ad had two reo er oe-e
erals and -pt and a e ew for
Thet b and baton fr holding an
.eBer' isuk whieh was a feature
it O tL O Mnitorm, is abotished i
this season's entg The trme polce
's at bhs a 1mall "" on the
.le T me a the fore eay the
garments are warm and comfortable
HERMAN AND WEERS IOX
Pete Hermas aathe heaiUaer O
a uig showw l ay ight at the
si 8trven hr the ete
It the sainer Wie ab Mayor
de an. assisted by Pipk Joret,
who ated as mshmammer and mster
Of earesenases Hwermd baoned four
lvely reu es with Youag George
;'Che and bot ea ily fiile
enpeltisa s et a oas es iemer.
T Tk-s:amon was gives a ged hbad
c a_ the -Human d mas In
e1M bamed . weeredso e
Tue b lamt Woas Tes.ams
I Irj -m ;.we w i
MATIOR VISITS SOI AT
Mayor Behrman, who attended the H
Corpus Christi Waterways Conven- n
tion and who delivered an address, A
returned a portion of the way with L
the party, but left them at Little
Rock to visit his son, Captain Stan
ley Behrman, at Camp Pike. The 1l
Mayor returned home Monday.
EXCURSION TO SOGALUSA A
PROMINENT EVENT OF WEEK.
On Saturday, November 24, the New
Orleans Educational Association gave
an excursion to Bogalusa. The mem
hers of this association and their
friends were the guests of the Great
Southern Lumber Company through
out the day. There were visits to the
lumber and paper mills, lunch at the
Pine Tree Inn (the teachers again as
ests of the empany) sad visits
also to the Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian Associations.
Everything was perfectly carried out
and the teachers returned home most
favorably impressed with the wonder-.
fat resources of Bogalusa, both in
dustrially and otherwise.
In a party from McDouogh School
No. 4 were Mrs. Margaret Hopper,
Miss I Murphy, Mrs. George
O'Reilly, L Lul Averill, Corinne
Hughes, Marguerite and Anise Walsh,
L. Tetberne, Marie Rateau, Alice
O'Shaughnessy, Alfreda Voegtlin and
DID NOT KNOW PISTOL WAS
Mike Duggan. aged twenty-one
years, of mira Avenue, as clean
ing a revolver while seated by a stove I
in the kitchen of his home at 11
o'clock Friday nlht. Sddenaly the
weapon was discharged. DuaLn was
taken to the Charity Ioepltal. His
injury is not arlous. The bullet en
tered the Iesy part of the left haad
and made its exit in the back of the
wrist. Dgga did not know the
weapon was loaded
EXEMPT ALL MARRIED MEN
OVER MS A MONTH.
The Federal District Appeal Boarded
her has decided to exempt all man
red nme with dependent whose sal
ary i in eacess to the allowance pro
vided by the goverament, and riday
eversed Local Division Board No. z
in practically all ealses reviewed, re
turned and certifld under the govern
ment allowance clause. The Appeal
Bmrd held that it would work a bird
ship on the families of men earning
amounts in excess of $75 to draft
them into the army and compel the
dependents to live on amounts vary
lug between 20 and 50 a month.
CHANGES MADE IN NEW 1UCENT
Washitsteo. Nov. 24.-New quart
ters in clrelatle snace August have
eaused such a multitude of queries as
to their gsenulneness that Director eof
the Mine Baker has xplained that a
slight ehes in the design had been
made to taeeve the beaut and
stacking qualities of the sine.
Dmmpery of the Goddes of Liberty
es the face of the quarters have been
ewanaged and the Sp* eagle en
the r rse sid* e has b!Ied high
or on the el, wit stats be
* SLIGHT LAZ.
Driftwood that ad been set sire
and seatdoewuthedveti tted agat
the re1ment at ata d eM Dian
trent Wibey aefsuatl.
a iess that the services of
muemet ato 1*dd The !Saws
e da 0 the 4 -1l
bone s p mens
IHE FINISHED LIST OF I
More Than 250 To Be Re- I
membered By Citizens
More than 250 men of our district,
who are now in the service of our
country, will have forwarded to them
in a few days the gifts of our citi
zens, which was made possible
through the auspices of the Fifteenth
Ward Democratic Club, headed by
We print the names of the soldiers
and sailors, so that if there are any
omissions or errors, corrections may
be sent to the secretary, Mr. Peter E.
Muntz, 430 Seguin Street, or Phone
MEN ENLISTED AT THE ALGIERS
Kirk Henry Abbott.
Jules Biday, Sidney L. Brodtman.
John S. Clark, August Peter Claus.
Stanley Dikert, Rena B. Duplessis, t
Manuel Joseph De Rocha.
James William Gerrets, Amada I
Joseph Green. H
George William Harper, Wesley
W. Hicks, William J. Hintz.
Edward Jones, Warren Lewis
Jones, Fred Joseph.
Adam August Lauman, Emmet D. I
iLauman, George I Lawson, 'Theo- I
dore John Lawson, Napoleon H. La
poser, Harry J. Lecourt.
Joseph C. Mahoney, Pierre Marel, I
Henry Arthur Marie, Philip Marti
nez, Albert G. Menott, Ellis Molaslon,
Alfred Moors. James Joseph Murphy,
Lewis Andrew MeCormack.
William M. Neyland, John M. No
lan, John L. North.
Sam Charles Oswald, Henry Owens
Emile J., Parmentel, Noel B. Par.
mentel, Octav James Perrin (col
ored), Fleming Payne, Or., William
Peeler, Lewis PerdresaVille, George
W. Peters, Grover C. Phillips, George
8. Pollock, John Henry Pollock.
Gerald Valley Price, Henry A. Pujol.
John Peter Rice.
Merton R. Saddler, Charles Leo
Scheffel, Charles Edward Smith,
Peter Paul 81rey, Arthur Smith, John
Peter 8pellman, Alfred Stovall, Royal
John Strassel, George Henry tras
ser, Harry V. Sutherland.
Robert A. Thompson, J. B. Towner,
William G. Thompson, Albert W.
Warren M. E. Umbach.
Eugene M. Victor.
Edward M. Wattigay, Francis A.
Wettigny, George H. Watts, Robert
J. Williams, Frank J. Willie, Ross
ENLISTED MEN AWAY PROM
Ben Brurey, 141st Field Artlery,
Battery A. Camp Beauregar, La.;
N. BennerSeld. Comg any 2, Section
2, First Reistment, Trainaing OCamp,
Charlestor, 8. C.; C. W. W. Browa,
Divisen B2, U. 8. Connectiecut,
ears petmaster, New Yrk.
Roger Canton, U. 6 6 Yantas,
OGret lakes, Illinoi; Joseph Ca
soe, 141st Fild Artillery, Battary A.
Camp Buregard, La.; PFelix Chi
pegne, 141st Field Artillery, Battery
B, Camp Beauregard, 1.
David Durkee, Media Depart
meat, l1tl United States Infantry,
Camp Besauregard. Aleaarla, Is.
Prank 8. Edward, U. 8 8. New
Jersey, care postmaster, New York.;
W. N. Eastwood, Navy Yard, Com
pony 9, Sectin 10, Charlesten, 8. C.
William ord, Company 1, Naval
Reserve. Radlo choo Harvard Un
vrsity, Cmusbride. Ma.; Dua I.
Ford, No. 110 Repair Squadra,
Camp Kelly, South Bunderson, Te.;
•d D. lPord, U. 8. S. N~ Caro~ie
Iare postmastear, New ~s; Jamw
,0. Ford, eadqbnMteMs Divao,
Camp Beauregast, Alesadria 14.
Nicholas Gould, 1_6 Sand Street
(N. Y. M. C. A.), Breklym, N. .;
H. H. Gilson. 59 Howlad Avene,
Toronto, amLad; Curtis rn, Wire
less epaator, agship Pms vualra,
aimgton, eD. C.; Cheste Grees,
Navy ard. Newot New, a,
R J. Hweley, Radie SattAm, Puma
oee, Va.; H. J3. Hemriet U. 8. .
CPoluma e oe pitm tE, N'W
Yeor Charles A. Hughes, Baking
Compery No. 41, metisan Uxped
tiomery tirem in rsame ar pest
emaster,r New Yok.
C. Jeria, Divialen B 2, U. 8. .
Caemestint, eams pm r , New
I Yos:t; :tr Jebses, . . S. New
SIa.; . A. r v8. U.. 8& ress,
I/ase p~stiss, New York; art
, V. Keary. emro TeStr Di m -y,
HeaM A g·rYt, Cup
James Mahoney. Regiment M. 326 th
Infantry, Camp Gordon. Atlanta. Ga.;
Alfrd Marshall, Battery 1), 141-st
'ield Artillery, ('amp Beauregard,
Alexandria, La.; Paul Malone. U. S.
5. Terry, care postmaster, New York;
'arl V. Malone, i'. S. S. Terry, care
postmaster, New York: Hlarald Ma
one, Company H, 3'd Infantry, Scho
ield Barracks, Honolulu, Il. I.; Iledde
lanning. U. S. S. New llampshire,
are postmaster, New York; Ed Mar
:inez, Company F. 21st Regiment En
,ineers. Rockford. Ill.; F. A. Manton,
L'. S. S. Florida, care postmaster,
\ew York: John HI. Miller, U. S. S.
Sevada, care post office box 4, New
York. N. Y.; Roy A. Moore, U. S. S.
Savannah, Puget Sound, Washington
State; Charles McCloskey, S. P. 277,
Fort Morgan, Mobile. Ala.; Charles N.
J. Miller, Battery E. 129th Field Ar
tillery, Camp Donophen, Fort Sill,
Dkla.; Elmer McCloskey. United
States Training Station, San Fran
isco. Cal.; W. L. Manning, care Y.
I. C. A., Camp Pike. Little Rock,
Ark.; A. P. Martinez, U. S. S. Bag
ey, care postmaster, New York.
Louis Nelson, U. S. S. Cleveland,
,are postmaster, New York.
Francis Olroyd, U. S. S. Wheeling,
,are postmaster. New York; Carl
31sen, Battery D, 80th Field Artil
lery, Fort Oglethrope, Georgia.
W. B. Peeks, Company'C, 111th M.
s. Company, Camp McLellan, Annils
ton. Ala.; Ed Price, 141st Field Ar
:illery, Camp Beauregard, Alexan
iria, La.; Gerald Price, U. S. S.
P -1)47 Roamer, Sabine, Tex; Vincent
Proveneano, Crew B, Naval Training
Station, Newport, R. 1.; John F.
Page, Company M, 132d Infantry,
ramp Logan, Houston, Tex.
Chris Renecky, Radio Company,
3reat Lakes, Illinois; Bernard
Richter, U. S. S. Connecticut, care
postmaster, New York.
John Stasa. United States Radio
School, Harvard University, Perkins
Hall, Cambridge, Mass.
William Stanley Behrman, Camp
Roy A. Schroeder, Camp Pike.
Wallace Hebert, Camp Pike.
Wallace McGuire, Camp Pike.
Norman Hotard, Camp Pike.
SELECTMEN AT CAMP PIKE.
Edward Burdette, Louis Buts, War
ren C. Brechtel, Thomas J. Dirney,
Melville E. Biraey, Joseph W. B-r.
thelot, M~rtin Buts.
Satn Calabrias, Joseph Catalrteto,
Thomas E. Conners, Horace M. Cre
p, Alphonse Camea, Jaames . CO1..
solm. Charles CkhIlAs1,
Compter, Michael Calabres
Joseph A. Durand, Josegph M. Du,
Mike E. Donner, Dan J. Daly, Frank
E. Donewaar, Raphael Davs, Joseph
Walter T. Ellis.
John Joseph Pox.
Clifford J. Geratie, Jeff N. Garrets,
Thomas R. Gray, John T. Oraham.
A. J. Genduea.
John E. Hughes, William F.
Eugene R. Kissiager, Gus . Ear.m
August W. Ulnguist, Shtly T. Ie
Blaenc, 0. J. Lyeos.
Frank J. Meapre, Charles M. Me.
Closkey, Martin Murray, John W.
Murray, Elmer A. Mants, Gaser
Robert Murphy, William J. Marray.
Alex W. Normaa.
Vernom 3 Reaesay PRal RoeMeham
Andrew Charles Resaey.
Wifiam Sir, Alex C. Iperimr, 3d
St. Germaine, Chri StE, An
drew Charles Swan, Nick J. aay,
Albert Bubervills, Alfred . Sars.
Edward P. 1Twickler,. John TMn*,
Isdorae Treadwa.y, Hery C. Tai,
William LH. Umbac.
John M. Voelkla.
ChAlfred 1 oU , la trr
Aal T. toll, Company a 1URt
uThomas . GS kn. Comery .
Crdest Au gauset, 1Ua Anantrat,
Olsar BT. Stoul, Hoasrn .ptiL5th
Jarst Auglsrt, A .m
Joshe QGllre .
Jonsep J. EYm
Jomph u.ll ni,.
, WilAMB M'4s
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