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No commurn cation will be received unless signed b i) ;:'1 -'alder. \\h di ,: ipublih your name ll co-, tt-on wit the . s:wnu*iin cation unless yotu ,i s'.at. utit we mlit i s:l .t tipin having y^oi: a:ti as a guaran:ce of g',od faith. NEW ORLEANS, NOVEMBER 2. lll; PFRSONAL Rev. Father MicShane of Ossining, N. Y., who had been spending a few days at the Rectory as the guest of Father Iarkin, left last Friday for his home in Indiana. lie spent a few days at Jefferson College and then went to Memphis, Tenn.. where he was to meet several classmates. Ist Sunday Very Rev. Father lar kin. S. .., and Father Petit. S. M.. assisted at the funeral of Sister Mary Agnes, former Mother Superior of the Charity Hospital. Father Stenmans of Gretna was at the Rectory Monday. HOLY NAME JUNIORS The juniors held a special meeting last Sunday and elected the following officers for the coming year: Ray mond Richards, president; Maurice Robichaux, secretary; Ortie Com miskey, treasurer; Leon Legendre. Ned Whitmore. Tom Goff, Matt Morse,. O'Neil Barrett and Julian Hogan, pre- 1 fects. Rules and regulations were adopted and this worthy adjunct to the Senior Society was properly launched. Leon Legendre was ap pointed a committee on badges and it is hoped that through his good work t all members will soon be equippedi with official badges of the society. Thei boys are enthusiastic and, with a lit tle encouragement from the parents and public, great results will soon be attained. SERVICES t Thursday-Masses from 5 until 9 o'clock, masses every half-hour. Con fessions at 5 o'clock. Sunday-Masses, 5. 7. 9 and 10 " o'clock. Baptisms, 3 to 4. Benedic- d tion, 4:30. Sunday school after 9 o'clock mass. 0 H. N. G.C. r Basket ball is all the rage at the s: lpb. Seniors and juniors have some P great battles, in which the juniors dis- p tinguish themselves. It is even ru- b mored that the juniors gave the se nalors a beating the other night. Of o course the little fellows dare not say a anything about it, but it seems, never- b theless, that there was some battle. A Junior 63-inch team, made up of t M. Robichaux, Andrew Worley, Nelson Graham, Raymond Richards, Nell Bar rett, Artle Commiskey and Tom Goff, te Is now ready to take on any 63-inch team in the city. I BAPTISISMS a Mary Cecella, daughter of Frank James and Theodora Dubret, of Slidell o Avenue. Sponsors, Theodore and Ce cella Spellman. V Frank Matthew, son of Frank M. Callaghan and Ella O'Connor, of 600 ' Pelbcam Avenue. Sponsors, John and C Lmortta O'Connor. n IWillel Mary, daughter of William v P. Salathe, Jr., and Ethel Allen, of 616 Seguin Street. Sponsors, Erwln T. Saathe and Mary Allen. Henrietta Frances, daughter of Ben- h Jamian Richards and Frances Sinatra, b of 1433 Patterson Street. Sponsors, Edward German and Blanche Vezien. Louis James son of James Orcutt and Lea Pharr, of 221 Eliza Street. Sponsors, Arvey Haydel and Agnes Bonicard. M~. Wells and Mrs. Garland are m improving; the latter will return home vi Priday. Mrs. Harris and Grandmother nE BShmidt are also better. t The choir enjoyed Halloeen with a one of their number, Miss Mary Har vey, who always makes such occa- St dstone very delighttfuL tr The Gift Sale is being well worked N up. Mrs. Iablt and Mrs. Blakeman a5 will have charge of the refreshments, gc Mrs. (Cyards clas of the candy, and in Mmes. DIanel, Warre, Miller. Sam. K mars and Mises Dunn and Emma Rhodes of the hacy wortk. Nuext Sunday will be eommuunio day p1 ad the eslietiom for the peer will v he takes. h ti be Al 3sph am t Gab., ltnat o of I. Rme a.. Me amle mist. Sum dy, Osteber N, Delethy Olvia Phti ips, Ialnt. dahta'e et r. and Mrs. o &_od Icli eIL mpsm's: Kr. sadt atg mar begi;t';,gz~~Yt ~~ ···4t~ mJ+j~- 2: OUR FIGHT FOR FREE FERRIAGE In the Herald's fight for cheaper ferry transportation, ferriage at cost, and eventually free ferriage, we thankfully acknowledge a great help from as a former Algerine, who is nearly three thousand miles from his former - home, but who is helping the Herald by gathering important data to be uised, in our efforts to remove this great barrier to our commercial advance * mnte't. The following data shows what can be done in cheapening ferry charges and what may be done here with proper encouragement and help from our c itizens. .IMr. Dyer's letter, and facts furnished by the president of an employees' ,, association which purchased from a corporation a ferry system, and is now operating these ferries for one-half the former fare, making money for the association after raising wages of the employees. We print below Mr. lDyI)er' s letter, together with a statement of the president of the Association. October 24, 1916. Li, Doctor C. V. Kraft, Algiers, Louisiana. ion Dear Doctor: You will find enclosed a rough statement from the pres es- ldent of the Mare Island Employees Association, the owners of the ferry I um franchise and I hope it w ill be of some use to you in your uphill fight for J cheaper transportation. ;N O There is no doubt that the present ferry system between New Orleans e and Afgiers is a great drawback to the upbuilding of Algiers and I should think that the property holders of Algiers should have enough interest in their home town to form an association to take over the ferry franchise, improve the facilities and run it as close to cost as possible, they would get 'heir money back in other ways. Vallejo, California, is about the size of Algiers (Vallejo is 15,000) and - i as much ahead of Algiers as New Orleans is ahead of Algiers; you would t e surprised to 'ee the beautiful buildings and homes that are going up here now. With best wishes in your noble fight. I remain yours respectfully. STORER G. DYER. 511 Kentucky Street, Vallejo, California. PRESII)ENTS STATEMENT. The employees of the Mare Island Navy Yard, after a contest in the local courts, including the state supreme court, and a further contest in 1 fg. the state legislature, lasting five years and five months, succeeded in getting 'w possession of the local ferry property in May, 1914, on a cash payment of of ,is $40,000. The money was subscribed by employees of the yard in less than ys two weeks time, 500 in number, incorporated under the name of the Asso to ciation of Mare Island Employees. The stock was sold for one dollar a t vet share with a guaranteed semi-annual stock dividend of S per cent, which has been paid promptly from the day the money was subscribed. t A very creditable showing has been made in repaying some of the larger ry subscriptions, in taking up such stock as was held by employees, leaving he the yard and in making extensive improvements in the two ferry boats purchased from the former company. On purchasing the property the fare was reduced more than one-half. All of the old employees were retained by the association and the monthly salaries of most of the men were raised. The captain receives $200 a ig month, th chief engineer $195, the pilot $150, etc. ag. The work of the association is handled by a board of trustees composed Ly. of 11 members, all of whom, as well as all who own stcok, being employees c ce of the yard. We are now selling to our workmen monthly commutation tickets for $1.00. 'e, , The Association has very recently acquired additional space towards e- the mainland which now will permit them to proceed with their building a re program, which calls for a new ferry slip, new wharf and approach and I toa new and commodious building. The total improvements will cost approx pY imately $14,000 and a goodly portion of this is already on hand in cash. d it The matter of financing the ferry fight and the subsequent acquisition of ( ik the entire property has given no deep concern to the men for they had a d confidence, not only in the proposition but in those whom they chose ot 14 e handle the business. ts Fare To Be Further Redued. In due time the stock of each member will be reduced to not more than 10 shares; it is now contemplated the excess will be shared by all employees by further reducing the fare. D The former company would doubtless have continued in business mak- r ing good profit had they not been so determined in charging the men more 0 "than the traffic would bear," which caused them to organize in an en- lip [- deavor to throw off the yoke. G The municipal street car system in San Francisco (being a portion only ge of the entire system there), is proving a great success and there is no H reason why other cities could not do the same thing including any ferry t e system that may be necessary. The public should be given the best service ri e possible at the least expense, the entire public not profiting by the enter- Ci I- prise but rather those who are the patrons. In other words it should not ni 'be looked upon necessarily as a money-making business for the treasury ( of the city but as improved service at smaller expense. Municipally oper- cl y ated public utilities means the eliminating of all watered stock and the F - handling of the enterprise on a business basis. Jr Note: The above facts were furnished Mr. Dyer by the president of Es the Association. J. ai at if. to an especially good congregation. hb Holy communion was celebrated in Mount Olivet Church to-day at 7:30 a. m. In commemoration of "All Saints." k Services on Sunday will be as fol 'i olws: Holy communion. 7:30 a. m.: ,, Sunday school. 9:30 a. m.; evening prayer, 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. S. L. Vail will officiate at the Free Church of the Annunciation, Id Camp and Race Streets, at the 11 a. m. service on the Sundays during No m vember and December. 16 The Woman's Guild and the . Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions. Mount Olivet Branch, will hold their meetings Tuesday, Novem ber 7, at 7 and 9 p. m., respectively. n. NO NEWS RECEIVED THIS WEEK I MAXCABEES. 1 Last Thursday night Martin Behr * man Tent, No. 18 held a regular re- i e view and admitted a class of twelve I r new members and acted on fifteen i new applications. This tent now has I h a membership of 101 members. I r- After the initiatory services State I L- Supreme Commander Bulger was in troduced and made an address on r d Macoabeelsm and what it represents ( a and praised the members for the I 1, good work they have accomplished I d in building up the membership. Sir J r. Knight T. Allingham and John a Schroder also spoke. C All arrangements have been com i pleted for the ball to be given No I vember 4. Two thousand tickets have been disposed of and the Lady Maccabees of the hive in Algiers, with Miss Corinne Hughe as chair lady, will serve the refreshments. The ladles deserve much credit for the good work they are doing to help make this iball a grand sae-I cess. They are workling in conjune tioa with the tent and nothing is being left undone to make the ball a successem nauajly as wel as socially. All are ltited to com., OI N W AR AT NOrPOLK. a -Announcement that ar Behi C man has been appointed by Gover. nor Pleamat to reresent the tnt i at the Southern Oommrelal Oen gress to be helt la Noreblk. Vs., De. e Iaber 11-14. comes In the temr at a letterrech ed fMeo .he - suas . Owe.a, tWat m,, man. a.,, dat~ . ee' -a inJevOgmg 1ed U1~r ~an6igms- ·-: iJ·l McDONOGH NO. Z5 SCHOOL. n o Names of pupils who have had II perfect papers in spelling dictation during week ending Friday, Oct. 27: 1. 5th A-Alvin Gauthreaux. Walter " Scott, Edmond Allingham, Gertrude g Wagner. Bernadette Wagner, Jose phine Trapane. t 5th B-Louis Fernandez, Irvin Campbell, Edward Prados, Irma L_ Klen, Isabel Gayaut, Sadie Bryers, Isaphene Clasen, Elvera Burmaster, Lucy Alexander, Josephine Roberts, e Louise Lingoni. I 4th B Grade-William Gahn, John I Ortolano, Milton Barichivich, Joseph Entwistle, Samuel King, Curtis Blakeman, George 'Perez, Andrew Meyer, Ura Babin, Lillian North, Do ra Street, Leotha Gauthreaux, Leo na Jourdan, Ellma Jordan, Irma Ar saga. Anne Tihomas. 4th A-Leona DIket, Ida Burmas ter, Olga Hibben, Hazel Saleeby, Vio let Lingoni, Antoinette Figarola, Ir ma Braal, Agatha Hausknecht, Mary Quartano, Sylvia McQulston, Genora Albert, Robert Danenhauer, Fred Hebert, Alton Diket, William Rau, Earl Roussaire, Leo Hinyub, Stanley rlaker, Karl Saleeby. 3 A Grade--William Teal, Henry -Rizzuto, Biaggio Maggio, Nolbert Burmaster, Ulen Albert. 3rd A Grade--Charles Corona, An nette Johnson, Rose Orlando, Ura Dubret, Delonese Vitter, Mae Bol nar, Josephine Calderone, Lucille Daligle, May Prados, Salvado Schel led, Fred Burmaster, Albert Drane, Henry Weckesser. 3rd B Grade-Orelia Jordean, Thel ma Schaefer, Dolores Diket, Camille Cottom, Christine Hang, Florence Boudreaux, Pauline Materlich, Madge Elma Trotter, Rose Alwert, Fred Jeanfreau. Marie Louise Leddy, Rob- i ert Begue, Sam Ortalano, siarold Capper, Jack Gallo. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Remaining at Station A, N. O. La., P. O., week ending Thursday, No vember 2, 1916: 1 Mea--Charlee S. Adams, 8tephens ( Botonve. A. Bourgeois, W. S. Lewis, bhnk Robtasson, L S. Smith. , Womea-Mrs. Babln (734 Webster), Mrs. Hanns (305 Letoeup), Mrs. O. J Borae, Mrs. Nellie Davis, Mrs. Lizsa I Prion Miss Josephine Green. Mrs. I W. L. Meredith, 'Miss Betty Reed, Mrs. ' Rowdy (129 Pelean), Mrs. Stern (237 Vallette), Mrs. An Thomas, Mrs. Vie.1 torts Velmore, Mrs. Amamy Washlng. JO8. W. DANIIEL, Supt. Sta. A. CHARLas JA(VIDR, p. M. I The wrse'a iarpit Importer of I u *b o"*II e s V. s. hateaL C • |_ r ri~~i HA LLOWEE PARTIES i A most enjoyable time was spent be Ihallow'een by a jolly crowd of young ce- folks, who surprised Mr. Hugh ilum phrey on the anniversary of his es birth. The crowd met at the home of Mur Miss Frederica Stansbury and then procceded to the Humphrey resi es' denle in Opelousas avenue. own .Mr. lluniphrey was presented with for a gold watch fob by his friends, the presentation being made by Miss 6r. Mlamiie Morrison. iMr. Humphrey, an. although taken -omipletely by sur prise responded in an able manner. The evening was spent in danc ing. Miss Eola Abbott presided at the piano. es- Refreshments were served. Those rry present were Misses E. Vallette, G. for FinloefM. Garland. M. Morrison. E. Tallon. A. Dilzell. E. Gahn. N. Kee non, It. Ramos. I'. Sadler, V. Amue ins do. I. Clement. A. Vanderlinden, D. aid Kraft. A. Malone, M. ('ollins. K. In Spence. M. Nichols. F. Forrest, E. Lauff, Bi. Pyle. G. Robichaux. S. Ol ie, royd. M. Duke. E. Nlrilaus. E. Muntz. get M. Frost. G. Sirey. C. Platt, F. Stans bury and R. Humphrey; Messrs. S. cnd Talbot, E. Burns. H. Richards. J. Charbonnet, A. McGivney, A. Du puis. C. Brown. R. Curren, M. Urn up bach. ('. Stacey. R. Horn, J. Jones, F. Corbett, C. Jordan, E. ('alllouet, M. Sadler, P. Reaney. S. Diket, E. lHebert, J. Spence. E. Finley. G. and D. Thorning. Jas. Glancey. A. Ryan, E. Muro, A. J. and H. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. E. LeBoeuf. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. LeoBoeuf, Mr. and Mrs. W. An the dry. Mrs. B. Donner and E. and A. in Donner. ing of A Halloween party that was much enjoyed was given by Miss Marvel an Stumpf. so- Halloween ideas of Jack O'Lan a tern decorations were carried. Among ich the many that had an enjoyable time were Misses Marvel. Faye. Kath erine and Verona Stumpf, A. Martin, er B. Williams, M. Sheen. L. Kirby, H. *ng Nelson, S. Benoit. J. Hoffstetter and ats S. Sawyer; Messrs. W. Hoffstetter, S. Marlborough. R. Brean, F. Dupre, F. Zwicke. W. Benoit, H. Smith and i. R. Williams. hly a Miss Margie Vallette entertained at a Halloween party at her home in Olivier street. ed The evening was a most enjoyable 'es one. Ducking apples and other on games appropriate to the evening were played. Those present were Misses Julia Cayard, Mary Virginia Harris, Eva ng and Inez Reach. Dorothy Reif, Kitty nd Younger. Margie Vallette. Masters )x_ Haywood Vallette. Ernest and Ed ward Aucoin. Francis Sadler. El dred and Roy Drumm, Marion Short of Chas. McDonald, Henry 'Comeaux ad and Milton Bourg, Mrs. Blanche Val ot lette and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Halloween was most delightfully celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Donner in Opelousas Ave., re where a phantom party was given. l All had a most enjoyable time. Dancing was indulged in and refresh k- ments were served. Those present were Misses Irene Sinclair, May Feeney. Carrie and Nel n- lie Dubret, Hazel, Victoria and Zita Girepert. Anna Mae Gould. Jessie Le ly gendre, Sadie McCord. Eula Mitchell, 1o H. Malain, Eula Donner. M. Russo El sie Borne, May Leathan. Oscelita Can y tin, Josie Weigman. Ethel Foster. Ma. re ne Spellman, Cora and Mary Whelan, r- Carrie Wagner, Leona and Irene Fee-b nt ney and S. and E. Sutherland: Messrs. y Jos Bernstein. F. Comfort. C. Clink. field, 'r. Berthelot. Tom Wilson. Cr- lyde Bourgeois, Willie Thompson. Ed. and Ben Borne. Jack Mitchell. Jos and Jno Spellman. T. Stafford, B. )f Edgecomb, Chas. Carter.. Pat Lyons. , J. Cazabon, Norbert, Mike. Alvin Lee. and Malcolm Donner and Weaver Berthelot; Mr. and Mrs. Jno Dotmer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sierra. and daugh- t ter Lolita, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whelan, cd and daughter Alice. r: A most enjoyable Halloween party , ar was given by a jolly crowd of young le folks at Pelican and Pacific avenues. I e Those present were Misses K. Wol verton, Braal, T. Alonzo, O. and L. '] n Buhler, A. Curren, M. and F. Burlett, t a M. Landry, M. Donnelly, V. McClos * key, G. Stassi, M. and F. Calabrisse. r, L. Brune, M. and R. Mustaichia, * Messrs. J. Birney. J. Blum, B. Milan, a B. Glancey, E. Twickler, J. Fringhts, d SM. and G. Donnely, N. Mustacchla, E. E h Brune, J. Gundmeyer, G. Lange, T. t Is LeBlanc, A. Senner, R. Zwicke. Mr. I Sand Mrs. Jno Dulcirch, Mr. and Mrs. p SLouis Brune, and others. b A most enjoyable Halloween par- I ty was given by Miss Kate Green at c Sher home In Eliza street. The house s was beautifully decorated with Jack-lti o'-lanterns and pumpkins and other L Sappropriate deeorations. All had a • Smost enjoyable time. Those present were Misses Esther I SMarxen. Ida Krogh, Marion Harris, n SMartha Hart, Blanche Vallette, Em- V ma and Mable George. Marvel Wal- P .ter. Frances Huckabur and Fblor- v ence and Kate Green; Mesars Ches- I ter and Curtis Green, Gemrld For- I stall, Roger Schenck, C. Collingham,l Carl Malone, Jervals Penack. Ed.IH Daniels, Gus Lyneker, Chas. Rous- I, e selot and J. Effenger. S Miss Dotsle Toledano entertained to a few of her little friends at a phan tom perty on Halloween. The little ,ones had a most enjoyable time, Sduckling apples and such other games I as are played on this night. I Those present: Dotsle Toledano, icl Ardath McNeely, Elita Scherer, Em- vi ma But, Louise Brnal, BSusie Thora- al a.Ig, Emily Choate, Thelma Kennedy, S] Elmer Chieo, Martha Pont!, Isabelle i Hogan, Aline Pollock and Lillian is Jones. a Miss Mary Harvey entertained the Mispah Choir at a Hallow'een party. em a Games were played, apples docked ir f, or and fortunes told, all premsent had * a merry time. Those present were Mrs. Blake man, ,,Mrs. Orrel, Mrs. McEron, w Misse Thelma Cayard, Helen Davis, .Irva Daniels, Ias Daels, Mary Hasr v ey, Messrs. Wallace Hebert, Ban he ford Herbert, Claude ntwistle, W. sl Thgas and Rev. Brown. SA children's party was given at the home of Mrs. C. C. Gush Halloween night The e cme had a meost JoyaMe Urn prse pmeent were bl thia. MYIMre Alfred, sad Walter ti OGch ad Vthia Sdmith, Mr a Mrs. ol . C. GIbh and Mr. and Mrs. Wb ia R .a ~ U ad Ss~rrwr IUum ad Mrs. O. V. Verneull in Olivier street. The evening was most enjoyable. Refreshments were served and all games appropriate to the evening were played. nt Those present were Misses Dorothy ,g Murtagh. Eloise Mitchell. IDora Morse. in- Plorence M.C('ord, Lillie Itoesler, Edna ais Kieefe, Isahbella Andre. tlilda 1til'. i.Lu cille and ('lothilde Andre, ( sco(,la and of Natis c'asler, Nobie Rtichards. Anntlit en and .May Verneuil, Rose I iiinilt; i- Mlessrs. Mlat Morse. Loraine lBrous sard. O)'Neil lIarrett. Leo 'Trenchard. lh Steve. Louis. Sitdney and Leon Ai.\1ri'. Is. Leon I. eniidr, ilob KenntEudy, .\rtr,' s C'Ulll unisket'. Milton Ilenry. Ed. I! Inry. Y. iten Levy, 'redt I º,eiiont. lMr. anll .Mrs. r- Leon Andre and IMr. and Mrs. Ver r. neuil. at The Misses Schroder were hostess es at a delightful Ilalloween party. se Iancing was enjoyed and refresh niments were served. Those present were Misses Ililda e- Ilantel, Irma, Edna. and Eloise Schro - de.r, Eloise Lecourt. t'amille Spahr. D. Irma Tufts, Jennie i)aley and Alva K. Salathe; Messrs. Raymond and Willie E. Daly. Jno N. Schroder. Lee Ilavezar. Lee Schroder, Earl Vallette, W. tzKnowles. W. Gaspard and Ben Ar thu.. J. u i- POIII'EI.AN At'ING TRIAlA FOR s, BI.GAMI ON $1000 IBN)NI). et, E. Charles E. Smith. New Orleans pa ad trolman, charged in St. Bernard with bigamy. called for preliminary hear ,b ing in First Justice court Tuesday, I. waiving arraignment, and was com , mitted for trial under bond of $1. n-I tO A Smith was represented by Attor neys Loys ('harbonnet and Fred A. Ahrens. District Atttorney N. 11. th Nunez represented the state. el Mrs. Elodie Rills, nee Juge, the mother of sevon children, walked n- into Superintendent Reynolds' office last week and said she was the wife le of Patrolman Charles E. Smith, 41 h- years old. She said she met Smith n at the 1915 police festival and was married to him by Justice Nunez in d St. Bernard, July 5. 1916. r, Superintendent Reynolds procured e from Judge Nunez a copy of the cer Id tificate issued to Mrs. Rills' and Smith, on which was written that the persons in question had been mar d ried by him July 5, 1916. Mrs. Ce leste Vinet. Mrs. Eva Callahan and Elmer Hills appeared as the wit le nesses. er Brought before the superintend ent. Smith said he was married to Henrietta Miller In Gretna about la twenty-two years ago. of which union six children were born, the oldest of whom is now twenty-one. His rs family has been living at 1021 Teche street. 1- Smith said he knew Mrs. Rills. rt but did not remember marrying her. 1Z He was taken to St. Bernard parish 1- where he was held in $1000 ball on a charge of bigamy. After suspending Smith from du ly ty and making a charge of unbecom Ing conduct against him. Superin tendent Reynolds turned the patrol man over to the authorities of St. Bernard parish, as it was in that parish that the alleged marriage took place. e 1 I a HANDKERCHI1EF S")W E On Thursday evening iast Mr. and - Mrs. Jos. P. Skelly entertained most I o- delightfully at a handkerchief show- j er and a supper in honor of Miss Nellie Behrman and (Mr. Nat "W. Bond. whose marriage will be cele- M brated in the near future. The spacious parlors and dining room were profusely decorated with ' horse-shoes and bells, the color scheme being green and white. gi On the table were two large white R cakes decorated with a green horse- i1 shoe under which stood a bride and di a groom. The guests of honor, Miss 1 rBehrman and Mr. Bond were called e7 Supon to cut the cakes. Much to F their surprise, they could not ac- di complish this. Upon ploser inves tigation the cakes proved to be S large boxes packed with handker- di "chiefs. Ji SThe evening was a most enjoya- t ble one, Mr. and Mrs. Skelly prov-.L I- ing admirable host and hostess. bi IThey were assisted in receiving by D Stheir father and mother, Mr. and -Mrs. J. W. Morrison. SMr. Bond and Miss Behrman are both very popular among the young set. Miss Behrman is the only ,daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Behr man and has a most lovable disposi tion and charming manner. Mr. Bond is the son of Henry Bond, a R prominent contractor. He is a mem ber of the State Legislature. A Those present were: Misses Nellie - Behrman, Florence and Stella Le- A lcourt, Alva Bond, Nellie Ready, Bes- Si sie Morel, rLillian Hotard. Myrtle Pe- e terson, Bertha Durand, %Florence 1 rLong, Hilda Keen, Gladys Short, Mamie Morrison, Eloise Lecourt, ri Messrs. Norman Hotard. 8tanley T: Behrman, Ed. Brodtman, M. J. Roo ney, Jos. Brown, M. Ehrhardt, Jos. Verges, A. Mitchell, B. Cleary, M. M Palmer, Dick Sullivan, John Dono- R van, Norman Brownlee and Turner m Morrison; Mayor and ,Mrs. Behr man, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thoele, Mr. da and Mrs. A. Dumestre, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hy. Oertling, Mr. and Mrs. Myles ep Morrison, Mrs. R. Keen, Mrs. (eo. mi Sullivan, Mrs. E. Bosarge, Mrs. C. M W. Whldden and Mrs. J. W. Arml- ce tage. EMPLOYEEB WANTED. He For the convenience of mechan- Hi Ics and helpers of New Orleans and Cs vicinity examinations under the usua- as al conditions will be hed at Naval Rc Station beginning on November 25, w 1S16, for employees in the follow- Lu ing trades and occupations, a short- L age of which exists at the present time: Trades: Boatbuilder, boilermak er, calker, wood. chipper and calker, fot iron, coppersmith, driller, furnae- Hi men. Jolner, machlnist, molders, pat ternmakers, plasterers, riggers. riv eters, shipftter, smiths, snipwrights, wiremen. Occupations: Helper, boilermak- d er, helper, machirist, helper, molder, helpr, sheetmetal worker, helper, shiptter, helper, smith. 2. Applieations should be flled d out not later than November 15, 1916, ma order to enable all of the U aplHceant's papers to be reviewed, 2. The neeessary application blanks may be obtained either from the Labor Board, aval Station, Neow Orles1as. I, or from the secretary wl of the Thath Civil Servie Distrlet, Room 280, Oistmboes New Or- To leas, La. as Very trutl yee, cli NeUarW,,W N. JI Bose, TIs MISCMIIve Ms ' I HERALD ATHLETIC The following officers are announced fr our Thanksgihita I,. di Benedetto, Referee; Jack Do ling. l:,:trr; H. W. Thomas Rhodes, time-keepers. Official annou".; r ilon. Cha,. I. Judges-Rev. Father J. A. Petit. ('harle- ;E ilt, .ey, Waeala Record Keeper-R. E. J. Quinn. Rules and conditions governing the events ar, ae follows: 1. All of the events will be open to all aItateirs realdling side of the river. 2. All entries must be made before, x p i,. \ ,,vember 221, of The Herald, 500 Verret Street. 3. All male participants must ne.tr :h;, r.'gulation atw, I (Boy's and girls' races excepted). ENTRY BLANK. Name Name ............................................. Address . A ddress ............ ............................... .... I w ill represent ................................. My A. A. U. Number is. .......................... I desire to enter the above events and aill :aiide by the role committee and judges in charge. (Signed ) ...... ................... The following are the different events that will take plae-] giving afternoon. Together with the prizes and those donating the FIRST EVENT. 100I Yard Dash-1st Prize. Gold Medal............ Foto's PI. 1.00 Yard Dash-2nd Prize, Silver Medal.......... W. Stalg 100 Yard Dash-3rd Prize, Bronze Medal............... ,. , SECOND EVENT. 50 Yard Dash, Boys. 63 in.-lst Prize, Silver Medal. 50 Yard Dash, Boys, 63 in.-2nd Prize, Bronze Medal. THIRD EVENT. 220 Yard Dash-ist Prize, Gold Medal................Jeeu 220 Yard Dash-2nd Prize, Silver Medal ................Nomt 220 Yard Dash-3rd Prize, Bronze Medal. FOURTH EVENT. 60 Yard Dash, Boys, 55 in.-lst Prize, Silver Medal. 60 Yard Dash-Boys' 55-inch, Bronze Medal............ .B , FIFTH EVENT. 880 Yard Dash-lst Prize, Gold Medal.............. Andres P. 880 Yards Dash-2nd Prize, Silver Medal............. .Juls 880 Yards Dash-3rd Prize, Bronze Medal ..........Central q SIXTH EVENT. 50 Yard Dash, Girls-lst Prize, Silver Medal. 50 Yard Dash ,Girls-2nd Prize, Bronze Medal. SEVENTH EVIINT. Running High Jump--lt Prize, Gold Medal ............. I. , Running High Jump-2nd Prize, Silver Medal ......... . i. Running High Jump-3rd prize, Bronze Medal .......... ., EIGHTH EVENT. - Herald Marathon-lst Prize, Gold Medal .............. Dr. C. Herald Marathon-2nd Prize, Silver Medal ................. Herald Mlarathon-3rd Prize, Bronze Medal ....... Jno. "- McDONOGH NO. 4 MASS DRILL FOR I EDUCATIONAL DAY, NOV. 14. 8th Grade. r 8a-Loraln Broussard, Charles Bur gis, Lawrence Crespo, Lee Donner. e Rudolph Frenzel, Henry Gerrets, Wil liam Grundmeyer, Jullan Hogan. El d dred McNeely, George Munsterman. I Matthew Morse, Benjamin 'North, Al d exander Scott, William Sutherland. o Frederick Imbach. Waldon Ver doodt, Gundo Gundisch. s. 8b--Byrns Anderson, Ernst Ancoin. 1 e Stanley Barras Tisdale Daniels, El- l - dred Drumm, Malcolm Ehrhardt, [ James Fillery, Elliot Hafkesbring, Al- 4 L- ton Humphrey. Leslie Johnson, Louis I r- Laufer, Roy Parker, Hart Schwarzen ;. bach, Leslie Sturtevant, Royce Trauth, y Dewey Vrgano. d Seventh Grade A e Elmer Barichivlch, James Bevan. g Behrman French. Gaines Gilder, Frank y Hornosky, Lemly Hubener, Warren Lawson, Camille Pitre. George Ran, Harry Ran, Vincent Reany, Charles Reynolds, Albert Ryan, Francis Sad ler, Albert Senner, Joseph Uchello Adolph Wolverton. B-C. Reany Angelo, John Beninate. Aaron Breaux, Salvador Calabrise. Sidney Dupuls, Cleveland Duvic, Jos eph Hambacher, Claude Lecourt, Fe lix McAnespy, Charles Newberry, William Nolan, Charles Penisson, Cy rl Schindler, Edgley Schroth, Albert Treadaway. 7th B-Earl Cayard, Carroll Crane, t John Forrest, Bernard Grundmeyer, t Melford Pitre, Walter Pope, Vincent I Rosamano, Marion Ryan, Joseph Si- S r mo. I 6th A-Milton Acker, Mileas Ad- I dams, George Adams, Osmond Angelo, I Andrew Buniff, Emile Predericks, Jos eph Folsb, Ralph Gerrets, Lee Hol man, Alvin Hofman, John Kramme, Michael Lawton, John Leonard, Vin cent Maggio. i Sixth Grade B. Milton Burg, Perry Back, Claude ' Hauer, Samuel Harding, Harold Os- . wald, Norman Ramos, Henry Tierney, I Haywood Vallette, Lee Acker, Roland ' I Cayard, Henry Clement. Stephen Cro- t nan, Marion Short Richard Biehler, . Roy Drumm, Don Duffy, Tracy Ent- 11 wistle, William Ellis, Arthur Felsher, a Lucius Forsythe, Carl Hatfileld, Morris Laufer, Otto Meder, Andrew Meyers, Wallace Owens, Linnell Pennlson. James Peeler. --Albert Aikman, Marion Craw. ford, John Cieutat, James Curren. t Henry Dufau, Charles Dabret, John a meournier, Stewart Gahn, Emmet Har- a dy, Willie Hiddens, Clifford Hintz. Warren Keenan, Eugene LeBoeuf, Ed- . die Newell, Lambert Murtagh. Wil- C liam Olsen, Ralph Rizzuto. Thomas A Riordan, Marcel Serpas, Emmet F Schwaner, John Roberts, Hilary Schro- E der, Clifford Swart, Philip Saleeby, h Theodore Schiele, Eugene St. Ger main, Dearo Trotter, Warren Treada- C way, John Wall. YOUTWPUL OFENDER. A George Korgan, a 14-yearsold white boy, was arrested Sunday by G Special Oefer Arthur Munts, of the V TeaS & Pade. Railway Company, F and tured over t the eighth pre elct olitee, who seat Im to the E1 Juenfle Ceurt Sr the theft of bras a ummh. I 1 FIRST BILLIARD TOURNA MENT AT Twelve Entries. First Uae, November L The first billiard gins at the Alhambra G on Monday night, Novea . The tournament will contest between twelve df pocket billiard players, at are members of the ANbihi tournament is being armgiMd_ * ager Geo. C. Kraft of the dl_ winner of the games wliS1 - ed with a handsome iv Sliard cue. Each of the ers will play forty-thres every one of the entries, OI who makes the largest points will be voted the following have entered: 1d,. Dr. J. E. Pollock, J. L. Hotard, C. R. Corbet, Jr., Kennair, J. D. Tufts, W. P. E. J. Quinn. E. J. Broit and W. S. Lampton. A the contestants will be night. All are urged to BIRSKY AND i'A Have you been stories in the Saturday and other up-to-date Montague Glass? He is best known writers la iSE day. The Herald wil the publication of tes Iý tague Glass. These setu ries of dialogue hits in - Zapp, waist manufaetlm Birsky. real estate, dyr general interest as they every day. These charactersr class of immigrant Jewk come to America and What they have to say r humurous, hitting the bone nine out of tMa stories do not in say sets Jewish people to ridiSls. . simply what any dMI"cu per editor in either city would call good stuff. the near future for 3It These stories will pleasl have been obtained teo a considerable expe Sa. ADDITIONAL The following naSM tionally omitted ina .o the "write-up" of the anniversary of Mr. Brown of Seguin stret. Misses Laura M Martha, Lucella and C. Hymel, Ethel Lad. Annie Goff, Gladys Elise Golden, Mable Eola Abbott, Messs. ing, Roland Horn. OS Jules Judlin, Harry *P Clingensfeel, AIphOQ M. Nolan, A HaydeL. £ H. Johnson, C. A. S. Hebert, eisI Nelson, Mark andht Gerretts, N. F. De Wetzel, J. N. Be Frank Berthelot. Jr.. Sam Boylan, Mrs. D. H. 8irey. Mrs. I. and Mrs. F. Jas. L. Yet, rs. Y .