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XXVi. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 6. 1918. No.4.
J. A. Garland entertained th
AfternooP iEuchre Club las
- he suctesstul players wer
IL A. Tansey, %hiss Salome Kai
.1 Mrs. C. V. Frisch. Mrs. %V
received the consolation. Th,
mang will Le hclld at the homy
S W. Eastwood left yester
wjlng to spend the summe:
- mother and sister in Texas
P. J. Borne, who is spending
IIt Plointe-a-la- Hahe. La., came
' last week for a day.
lhade G. Smith came in firon
City Saturday night to visi.
-ly. iHe returned Monda,
May friends of Mrs. Charle:
gre glad to learn that she 1i
- t0 about again, after an ill
g four months.
ftwin Munsterman left Satur
Y ss Point, Miss., to accept
Irma and Norma Landry of
La., are spendng awhili
sirt, aunt, Mrs. J. Judlin of
ealber Judlin of the eteamer
and Mr. Jules Judlin of the
us have been spending a
here with their parents.
M-rspa Pickens is en route to
Mrs. E. J. Mothe and chil
and Camille, and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gillen
Luke and Mary, spent
at Little Woods. The day
it fishing, crabbing and
Mrs. Mothe. Sr., received
for eating the most boiled
la Mrs. John Schroder and
Edna and Marjorie, left
alIht for New Jersey, where
be the guests of Mr. and
L. WorrelL Miss Edna will
to Joseph W orrell while
wedding taking place at
of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
i )s Laup entertained the
Euchre Club. The suc
were Mrs. I. De Laup,
(playing for Mrs. L
Mis. C. Hoffatetter.
(lllans received the booby.
meeting will be at the home
ad Mrs. Robert Hafkes
l of the graduates of
ýri' e U yesterday morn
S arus, Sr., is spending a
l9 lPdnte-la-Hache, IA.,
Lusk will graduate
Aveue . High
Elis left last night for
After spending a
mhaer, Jr, spent the
ras, a., with his aunt,
s retrned to Camp
spending a few
'ibeaing has returned
'ta., where he spent
'4f his sister, Mrs.
has returned from
where he was re
utat and baby of
have taken up their
town. Mr. Cieutat
was entertained by
last week. The
were Mrs.. . Goe
Le. Seme. Mre.
the consolation. The
Will e at the home of
SLeonard Santoe left
Abta Springs, where
S4 a house for the snm.
Over on the steamer
Mmiville and then
lpings in their au
Lak of the Senior
Iaa d Avenue High
I in the class play,
. ms," last Saturday
51 the Senior Class:
hMten High School
ir ela play luast Sat
rd of Houston, 4
been called here
Il es of her esister,
a4 baby and Miss.
e( RHouston, Tex.,
meat8 of Mrs. Joseph
Veuiu came in town
meevch of Nairn, La.,
rmhile with her niece,
huauvin of Bouny
eperated on at Touro
will leave Satur- I
Wshington, D. C., b
~4g, P'rom there c
North and East, re
ammer and early a
se friends. In the d
M the tst oflher s
at their lovely
~rtaa home in
mehre Club met
. Traulb The
*e Misses Joe a
Mrs. Oogne. ti
of Mrs. Albert p
* ten quite ill
reks, will be a
who has been fe
as pring in the tl
k heme in ti
jemmg sn of ti
,wtg, had the *
two alibhas. *
. MAYOR I, A ON ill[S
IPUPILS AT CITY PARH
Mayor Behrman and President
he Capdau of the School Board will ad
Ut dress the 1002 pupils of the eighth
re grade public schools in City Park,
p- June 6, when certificates of attain
W, ment are to be presented. Every
he member of the board will be present
ne and take part in the exercises. It is
planned to have each director de
liver the certificates to groups of
er pupils of his district. The school
children will sing patriotic airs and
there will be a bapd. Superinten
ng dent Gwinn said should rain inter
ie fere with the exercises Thursday,
they will take place Friday at the
m same hour.
ea The annual memorial service of
is the Woodmen Circle of this city will
II- be held next Sunday, June 9, at
Woodmen Home, 720 St, Ch)trles
ir* street, at 8 p. m. Every year the
Pt groves of this city join together and
give a memorial service in memory
of of their departed sovereigns. There
.le are nineteen groves in New Orleans.
er AWARDED CERTIFICATES OF
le MARINE ARCHITECTIURE.
Messrs. Reid Averill and Ringold
to Olivier were awarded certificates of
Marine Architecture at the gradua
1. tion exercises of Loyola University
held lagj week at Tulane Theatre.
,y LOCAL MEN HURT IN WRECK.
d Southern Pacifid passenger train,
d the Deluxe Special, carrying 11
d coaches was derailed one mile east
of Lafayette, La., and 40 passengers
d and trainmen were injured. Rail
tt road men blame a defective switch
e stand for the wreck. All but two of
d the cars left the track, being thrown
II across the right of way. The en
e gine turned over and was half buried
t in the mud, while the tender also I
F. rolled over, spilling large quanti
ties of oil. Quick work prevented a
Among those injured were Engi
neer Wm. Donner of Verret St., who 1
was scalded and slightly cut about
the head; cpnductor John Johnson,
of Vallette nt., cuts and bruises on
e head and body; fireman Tom Diket
of Elmira Ave., who was scalded;
and baggageman Wilson Levran, of I
r 407 Elmira Ave., who was cut on
f head and chest.
Engineer Dooner was pinned under
the engine and was scalded, but was
rescued by his fireman, who suffer
lb all his injuries in pulling Donner
from the wreck.
POTATO DEMONSTRATION SAT
On Saturday morning there will I,
be a potato demonstration between i
seven and ten thirty a. m., at the li
Foto Market. The demonstration
will be under the direct supervision
'of Mrs. Stewart of the municipal
kitchen. Demonstrations will be
made in the use of potatoes from
soup to ice cream. If you are In
terested in saving potatoes see this
ALGIERS PYTRHIANS WILL HONOR
GRAND CHANCELLOR C(ARLES
The Algiers Pythians have ac
cepted an invitation to attend a re
ception to be tendered vice-chancel
lor Charles Hawkins on Thursday
night, June 6th, at 8 p. m.. at the
D. O. K. K. Hall, 134 South Ram
Mr. Hawkins has been a frequent
visitor to the Algiers Pythian lodges
and has over here a host of friends
who will journey to the city to
WILL MOVE TO 'rIBODAUX.
Mr. Albert Twickler of Pelican
Avenue will leave in about two
weeks for Thibodaux, La., where he
will take his family to reside per
manently. Mr. Twickler has Just
parchased a farm of eighty acres ad
joining the big Catholic Church in
that thriving little Loulstana town.
Mr. Twickler will devote his time in
the future to cultrvating this tract
COUGH MIXTURE FATAL
Mrs. Albert 'Bourgeois, 540 Bou
ny street, who died Sunday night
from poison, took an overdose of a
proprietary cough mixture, which re
sulted fatally. After a severe
coughing spel, Mrs. Bourgeois took
the cough mixture, but she swallow
ed an overdose.
Mrs. Bourgeois, the wife of Capt.
Albert Bourgeols, was born in
Rockfort, Tex., thirty-one years ago.
She was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tobias J. Mullen. Besides her
hu- and, she 's survived by ive
The funeral took place Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock from the resl
dence of her parents, 5220 Magazine
MRS. BMITH RETURNS FROM IM
PORTANT BUSINESS TRIP.
Mrs. A. Smith has returned from
a trip to Shreveport and to other
towns in North Iouisiana, where
she went in conmpany with the su
preme officers of the grove.
While in Texarkana, Mrs. 8mith
witnessed the initiation of one hun
dred and fifty candidates.
Mrs. Smith left Tuesday morning
for Lake Charles, La., and from
there will go to Carencro to iansti
tute another new grove. She will
return to-night in time for the meet
--g of Orange Orove as business of
pea impeortance will be trasaeted.
All membes are urged to be pea
Mrs. Smith wiII hvre shortly r
icef whee she wil iens at -
y.. ".Q,~hr1.j-l iS.·--ji
') Dame Fashion's Latest Decree
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KA 'U / /
On last Saturday night, a mis
cellaneous shower was given at the
home of the Misses Clasen in Ope
lousas Ave., in honor of Miss Annie
Brauninger. The house was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion
The honoree received many beauti
ful gifts from her friends. The
evening was spent most enjoyably.
Many excellent recitations were
given which were much applauded.
Those present were: Misses
Gladys apd Juanita Munsterman,
Marguerite and Irma Reagan, Myr
tle and Thelma Clasen, Anna Mae
Gould, Carrie Brauninger, Anna
Hoffman, Elba Dietrich, Wllhelmina
Meder, Carmen and Anna Vander
linden and Juanita Hoffstetter.
GETS APPOINTMENT TO
Mr. Sternby Drumm, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Drumm of Olivier St.,
has received an appointment to An
napolis from Gen. A. Estopinal.
Young Mr. Drumm was graduated
from the Warren Easton High School
in February and was one of the
leaders in his class. We congratu
late him on his success.
Join the"Limit Club'
In every community they are many wealthy
citizens who can afford to go the limit on
War-Savings Stamps. It is a privilege to invest
in War Savings Stamps because the government
will not allow any one individual to have more
than $1,000 worth.
War Sav inStamps
can be bought by different individuals of the same
hkmily, however, so that one man can buy the
limit for himself and a like amount for each
-pember of his family. Join the "Limit Club."
Join the body of patriotic Americans who
have pledged themselves to buy as
many War-Savings Stamps as the .
government allows, for which the
government pays them 4%
This space is
SV. BENMAMIN j
HAHOLE 300 CASES IN
Nearly 300 cases were disposed of
Tuesday by Recorder Goff in two
hours at the opening session of the
"afternoon traffic court" in the
Criminal District Courts building.
Recorder Goff showed leniency, fin
ing. ~ew of the defendants. I All
were warned, however, to observe
the law in the future. J. P. Mc
Closkey is clerk of the traffic court.
The traffic court, formerly con
ducted at night by Night Recorder
C mberlain, will be in session every
S noon from 4 to 5 o'clock, ex
c Saturday and Sunday. Record
er Goff Tuesday received a floral
horse shoe design from attaches of
the office of the commissioner of
public safety. Attached to the de
sign was a card bearing the inscrip
tion "Good Luck."
WILL ERECT DUPLEX.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Abbott have
purchased a lot on Olivier St.., near
Alix and in a short time will erect
a duplex home.
i FARIEWELL 'PA IT
Little Charlotte Hoffstetter, the
winsome little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Hoffstetter entertained
o at a farewell party at the home of
her grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. J.
A. Garland in honor of Junior Le
court, who left for his home in De
trott, last week.
The little ones spent a most de
11 lightful evening playing games of
all kinds. The successful ones in
re the game "Pinning the tail on the
t. Donkey." were first, John Finley,
and Mary Aucoin; second, T. H. Con
- away and Lorainne Lampton. Dainty
r refreshments were served.
*y Those present were, Glen Boylan,
K Edwinia Barlota. Mary Aucoin,
1- Merlyn Jantz, Florence and Mar
tt garet Skelly. Gertrude Delcazel.
f Katherine and Lorainne Lampton,
)f Marie Raeder, Charlotte Hoffstetter.
T. H. and Harold Conaway, John
Finley, Harry Wagner, Gerald Rantz,
Junior Lecourt and Wallace Lamp
e 800.50 REALIZED FOR MEMORIAL
t TABLET FUND.
The Elmira Social and Pleasure
Club has turned over to Mayor Behr
man $90.50, which was realized at
the picnic given recently at Electric
Park for the benefit of the Water
meier-Titus fund, which will be used
An erecting a memo$lal tablet in
Lafayette Square for the New Or
leans boys who die in service during
this war. The committee in charge
of the picnic was headed by P. A.
VIADUCT RANGERS VICTORIOUS.
The Viaduct Rangers defeated the i
Gretna Stars by a score of 8 to 2. 1
This Sunday the Rangers will play r
the Stars a return game in Gretna. '
The pitching of "Lefty" Doyle, the I
fielding of 0. Rau and the three a
base hit of B. French were features. a
We are out for games with any team
in the city whose players are under a
the age of thirteen years. For chal- n
lenges see B. French, 813 Pacific I
Ave., or phone Algiers 364. The f
batteries were: Rangers--French t
and Doyle; Stars-L. Rhodes and W. v
COLORED RED CROSS PARADE. 4
Th4 pataroltiq parade and )nass a
meeting held by Branch 11, the col- a
ored auxiliary of the Red Cross in ,
Algiers, last week, was one of the i
largest demonstrations of the kind A
ever witnessed in Algiers, and re- s,
flected creditably upon the colored a
race, hundreds of whom were in the
procession. At the mass meeting, 4
Mayor Behrman, Rev. Joseph A.
petit, 8. M., and Jpdge Martin 8. a
Mahoney, together w'ith Emile V. a
Stier, secretary of New Orleans re
Chapter,. American Red Cross, made Is
addresses that were inspiring to the b
assemblage. One of the features 3
of the program was a song and fl
march "dedicated to our white and m
colored boys of Algers."
THE BEET THAT BEAT8 THEM Pl
Mr. H. Estopinal of Lower Coast
has presented to Belleville School a
beet which weighs seven and one
half pounds. It is too large to cook s
in any ordinary cooking vessel and in
requires slieing before being pre- t
pared for cotfumption. This is w
Another one of thase lower coast S
Algiers vegetable products that a
shows the character of our land. u
UNCLAIMED LETIERP& of
Chre Jmtr Wesmgwd.
i Nlio\s (;realt Work .Ivt~omldlln.itl
During the liear.
iteport o: S~c,-rettry. Mi-s (;G,,ria . ,
To the ()O fi tir. and .Mlembers tof t,.
Algiers tran,th of New (ri,
('hapter .\. it. ('
It is llmy pl'.ta r. to prte-ent to
youll this. th . fir,: .: ial report :
the xpork a''co ,pli<",.mt by the .11
giers Branch kho. :, lt ranch No
4, of N . O. 'haptr. A. It '. luring
the year ending .lay -. ih. IliL s.
On May 24th. ItI1. :n r, :p,c n-,
to a call issued b. Iti\ Th,is .1
Larkin. S. M.. pastor if t," 'hurrlh
of the Holy Naume of Mla . aout
fifty ladies gathered in tih. parlor
of the K. of ('. Honme and forall
organized the Algiers lranch n (
New Orleans ('hapter A. It. C. Somi,
time previous to this date. Farther
Larkin. realizing the spletndid fitell
for patriotic work which our di.
trict afforded, anti prompted by the
progressive spirit which he has de
monstrated on so many occasions.
had applied for permission to form
a branch of the New Orleans ('hlap
ter. A. R. ('., for the purpose of
making garments of various kindi
for the use of sick and wounded
soldiers. This permission being
granted, no time was lost in "getting
busy." Through the efforts of Miss
Ella M. Rees. who proved to be
Father Larkin's right hand at this
time. a sewing class was formed, cut
garments obtained from the Chapter.
and work started at once, with the
result that at the end of the first
week ninety finished garments were
sent to Chapter Headquarters.
The officers elected at the first
meeting of the Branch were: Miss
Ella M. Rees, chairman; Miss Viola
Barrett, vice-chairman; Miss Geor
gina Herbert. secretary; Rev. Thos.
te J. Larkin, S. M., treasurer.
,d At the time of organization sub
d scriptions to the American Red Cross
f to the amount of $145.00 had been
. obtained. Total subscriptions ob
tained during the year. not includ
ing the Christmas drive, amount to
On Sunday, May 27. 1917. an al
f fresco supper was served on the
n lawn of the K. of C. Home to a dele- I
e gation of U. S. Marines from the I
r, Naval Station, at a cost of $22.66. I
t, At a special meeting of the Branch I
y held on June 2nd, 1917, for the pur
pose of devising ways and means to
defray the expenses of this supper. I
a monthly branch fee of 25 cents per
member was decided upon. * As this
i was deemed excessive by some of t
our members, the 'motion establish- I
r. ing this fee was rescinded at the I
n regular June meeting and the fee a
placed at 10 cents per member. t
However, even this small amount
proved objectionable and so was a
abolished in September. Branch a
fees collected from May 24, a
1917, to September 24, 1917, amount I
to $31.20. The balance remaining a
on hand, $8.54, after paying the
cost of the supper, was used for the e
e running expenses of the Branch. n
At this first meeting plans were p
made for a Red Cross benefit at the a
H. N. G. C. Theater, to be given on re
June 5, 1917. This beneftt proved
a great success and netted $80.10.
A class In First Aid was also form
ed at this meeting, with an enroll
ment of twenty and Dr. Wm. Dug
During the Christmas Drive for
subscriptions to the Red Cross, our N
chairman, assisted by the members w
of the Branch, worked assiduously H
for two weeks, being on duty each .F
day at the Canal Street Ferry booth, Ai
and Miss Rees, with several other to
ladies, also made two trips to the Li
Naval Station during the coldest H
weather of the winter, to solicit sub- A.
scriptions. The amount collected by ta
our members during the two weeks Sc
of this drive was $693.61. sn
In September a Knitting Class was fu
organized, with Mrs. Reuben Whit
more and Miss C. Albert, instructors.
This class proved a most popular l
feature of Red Cross work and at
tained a membership of 42 by No
vember. How busy these knitters let
have been is evidenced by the follow- th
ing report: Ice
In November 1917, 35 sweaters. th
In December, 1917, 28 sweaters anda
4 helmets. In January, 1918, 30
sweaters and 2 helmets. In Febru- wi
ary, 1918, 40 sweaters and 4 pair fo:
wristlets. In March, 1918, 30
sweaters and 10 pair socks. In m
April, 1918, 28 sweaters and 16 pair p,
socks. In May, 1918, 15 sweaters sel
and 18 pair socks. me
A total of 206 sweaters, 6 helmets, noi
4 pair wristlets and 44 pair socks.
Following is a report of the work
accomplished by the sewing depart
ment, which has made a splendid
record: 539 garments, 196 conva
lescent gowns, 126 pajama suits, 12 th
bath robes, 12 capes, 524 bed shirts, sC(
32 pair leggings, 290 sheets and 128 M.
flags. The total number of gar- SD
ments of various kinds is 1409,
counting pajama suits as one gar- pli
ment each, although they consist ofi
two complete garments, coat and
pants, which brings the number of
single garments up to 1635. There
was no sewing during July, 1917,
and January, 1918, the Chapter hav- ne
ing none to give out. he:
At the September meeting your thu
secretary attempted to form a class a'
in surgical dressings, and obtained C
the names of eighteen members who th
wished to take up this line of work. w
Subsequently other names were add- du
ed, bringing the number in the class Vi
up to thirty. After many delays,
disappointments and discourage-A
ments, instruction was finally begun
on December 12. 1917, with Mrs.
Geo. A. Williams as instructor.
Only six of the original thirty at- Op
tended the first meeting of the class. gr
and the number at subsequent meet- mne
ings grew beautifully less, until it Bu
seemed that I must give up. How- Is
ever, with the return of balmy days. pra
a new impetus was given to this de- Li
partment of Red Cross work, and I ret
am happy t. report that the class D,
now numbers thirty-eone nlaterested gr
and enthusiastle workers. The rec
ord of work from December 12, 1917 tel
to Ma 24, 118 i Is foMows. in
715-4 a 4 compreuhb.; 475---9 x o
9 esmp me -4 Ux 3 gamsr ce
; d, ,4 ,' 1o atiund dress
i:,._ l'hi :.ikhe, a total of 172'$
~ 1. :" l!ot\i ing umuslin
,,"re , a l-, ;i II-, during; the
"' ' , t 1 t" i :gular baln
h , l, ll al tindagtes; 46
r 1 T. ban
i or f.ve- tailed
it . - lin ban
S0 . grea't pleasure to
"port thait thus!l t;ir a'e have re
iivt no trit rn of t our work, all
having colt p to s.tuliurd. In
:i'i. the ,or n` ever\ tdepartment
1ot our Blrainch hasi the reputation of
I ranking with the best in the New
Orl eans ( hapiter
r in April of this year, responding
t~ i .ilppeal nilt out by the chair
.i , the riench and IBelgian Re
lie ('o:nnlitnsio. a large amount of
r clothing i i c olle~ ctld and sent over
I t tthe . S.. Mint. As we had no
_ ifauilty for waeirhing this clothing.
l I all unable to nlake known the num
-iber of pounlls sent over, but the
case in wahich the garments were
n Ipacke was a very large one, and It
is safe to say that their weight hov
f ered around th , tthoulsand mark.
It eceipts for the year. $357.31:
I tisbursemi.nts. $: 47.31. Balance
F in bank May 24. $10.00. This is
g the balance of the revolving fund
of $15.00 given us by the New Or
o leans (Chapter.
s We are indebted to the Santa
t Maria (ouncil No. 1724 of the K.
of ('.. for the use of their hall as a
e workroom, which was given to us
t gratis from May 1917, to February
1918. when. in order to raise funds
to liquidate the indebtedness on their
t property. they found it necessary to
dterive a revenue fromn the renting
!f their hall for various purposes,
and submitted to us a rental price
of $5.00 (er month, to which we
The Branch has held ten regular
and six special meetings during the
year. Your secretary has written
234 letters, of which about 150 cir
culars. and quite a number of postals
besides furnishing the local press
with news itenm nearly every week.
Our Branch was largely represent
ed In the first LIBERTY LOAN PA
RADE and that of the SECOND WAR
FUND DRIVE, and also participated
in the window display of the D. H.
Holmes store on Wednesday, May
22nd, from 3 to 6 P. M.
We are represented in the Depart
ment of Civilian Relief by Mrs. V.
From the foregoing it will be seen
that the Algiers Branch has rendered
very efficient service to the New Or
leans Chapter, having endeavored at
all times to co-operate with the Chap
ter in all lines of Red Cross work.
Another year of war lies before us
and as more and more of our boys
are called to the colors, and the
number of those sent to the front
increases, greater demands will be
made upon our time. In concln
ion, I wish to express the hope that
ere anothl year rois by, warring
nations wil.lay down their arms and
peace, that peaet to which we all
aspire and which will be lasting, will
reign once more.
NAVY YARD SMOKER.
A smoker of the New Orleans
Navy Yard Benevolent Association
was held Wednesday night at Nemo
Hall, Congress and Burgundy Sts.
The following program was given:
'Address of welcome, 8. Barnes, mas
ter of ceremonies; address, J. C.
Leddick. president; monologue, I.
H. Blum; address of fraternity, G.
A. Murray, vice-president; and a
talk on the good of the order, H.
Schreiber. Refreshments and
smokes were served. Music was
furnished by Pansy Lane's band.
10 POUNDS OF ICE, 5 CENTS, IS
Ice manufacturers of New Or
leans Thursday officially annouaced
the prices that they will charge for
Ice during the summer. These were
the prices agreed to by the Ice men
and John M. Parker.
They go Into effect June 1, and
will be 40 cents for 100 pounds, 20
for 50 pounds. 10 cents for 25 pounds
and 5 cents for 10 pounds. The icee
manufacturers have agreed with Mr.
Parker to make deliveries them
selves, if any of the eice dealers, the
men with wagons, overcharge the
The Girl Scouts enjoyed a hike to
the Lower Coast last Sunday. The
scouts are glad to know that Mis
M. Thorning is out again after a
spell of sickness.
The regular meeting will take
place Saturday from 5 to 7 p. m., at
-O*STER OLROYD TO CUBA.
Mr. Foster Olroyd, formerly con
nected with a large advertising firm
here. has accepted a position with
the Saenger IAmusenant Company
and he left last week for Cuba.
"olon. Panama and other points in
he interest of his firm. Mr. Olroyd
will be away for about two months,
luring which time Mrs. Olroyd will
risit with her parents in Verret St.
AIG;IEl PROIDI'('E .NOfFHER
Yesterday evening at the French
Opera House. Mr. Albert F. Burgis
graduated from the medical depart
nlent of Tulane University. Young
Burgis or Dr. Burgis let us say now,
is the son of Mr. E. W. Burgis, the
preslident of the West New Orleans
Light and Traction Company. He
received his early education In Me
Donogh No. 4 School and also Is a
graduate of the boys high ehool.
The many friends of Dr. Brlgis
tend to him hearty
in having completed his eae
on entering upon the posltle e
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