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r ISSULD DY THE w SS Upbdlmg M of the Wet Ud t e River. "A very IIve and creditable weekly .wpaper.'"-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT XXVI. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, T SDAY. JUNE 20, 1918. XXVi. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 20. 1918. No. 6. iers Over The Top BUY THREE HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND OF W. S. STAMPS Behrman Announced We Led Other Wards in the City in Red Cross Drive in Both Industrial and Domestic Subscriptions MEETING MONDAY NIGHT Hall on Monday night was of one of the largest gath- I ever held in Algiers. of rep- I ,e men who came to pledge I fort in one of the most stren- t ampaigns aboiut to be inaug lor the sale of War Saving were perhaps three hun ps present from all walks of be had come to the meeting avritation of the Mayor and Savings Committee. At arrargements rwere as details laid out for the precinct organizations. 'to be effected between Th~rsday to put on this big in the interest of our t and final victory. Martin Behrmafn presided Ieating which was called to )eoptly at eight o'clock. He abe meeting in uproar of ap when he announced that Al-, bad led every other, ward in of New Orleans in the Red both in the industrial as well as the domestic a. He also called atten the facet that while the sub for the fifteenth ward was the top and even above 41 all other wards it must brse in mind that of this abecribed, it was given with Stoght of any return except amount of good it would guffering humanity. This gwal be a fore runner of what - wl4fl in the purchase of Mgpb Stamps and while our here hes been placed at three sad sixty thousand dollars usasmably sure that Algiers fat over the top in the pur ".se gilt edge bonds which a merchant to purchaser as tfive dollar bills are to-day. , he eampelga for the famps in Algiers, our ABLE DAY. Sa olly crowd of young the day at the Owl Club where a most en Was had. Daneing was Mr. and Mrs. F. Hoo ik. and firs. A. Diket O .nes. t were: Misses Ines Huguet, Merlen McKee, Nellie Hebert, ISnee. Kate and Alma Amesas and Annie Trauth, S, tella Zatarain, Gless May Hanuer, Phyllis and Carrie Hilde (Cayard, Ethel Lauff, Itllisa Halphen. Martha r Koop, Euuice and Messrs. Kern, Hennes Leathem, Boyce and Earl and H. Walker. , Emile Hoffman. Al Apa Senner John Hock, Taratich , Ben North, S. Le Ateos Humphrey, Clyde Wm. Tuft Wilfred Bou Heron, Louis Kin rd Cheramle, Ringold Palton Corbett Joe Bailey, ,Jl . Gus Knowles Robert .LEflitte, Robert Galling Mutagh, Harry Hoke, , W. Barry, Joe Alvin McGivney, ' Alviv MeMahon, Malcolm Ear Ibd Morris Robichaux and MAmUON Is VICE CHAdt OW UiD5 CELEBRA SFOR NAVY FUND. . . 8. Manon, athletic di st the Naval Station, has vice-chairman of the to arrange the athletic 1r the Fourth of July cele e 6 staged at City Park by be the benefit of the Navy With this appoint festenant is placed in Ke the track and field s baseball game which awy 1e the park on that work of Lleut. Man the athletic spirit usa t the Naval Station O the logical pan as ! the eemmittee and he neal lively sport for ISo. ram. He has set athleMes from the di ta in the Boath to Od eapete. FLAG. Shave made disparaging the Apaerican flag, rS*ede, and Chris Worwgelan, sailors n5l ina port, Thersday by Judae Thomas Ldrs Reeorder's Court ot 30 and serve twenty The men were at vb Corporal chules ht Prcect statioa e John Banvnle IIW AUerrION. Of thear Uen0sie ep -- emes work the M *s has been onm SalitloU to their hishllibent. Th side of the river has been divided into precincts and each precinct will be divided into squares and some of the squares will be subdivided so that every household head will be seen, that he may pledge the amount of War Savings Stamps he will agree to help our government between now and the last day of the year. Be Liberal With Your Purchase. When one of the representatives of this meeting calls on you during the next eight or ten days to subscribe for War Savings-Stamps be as liberal as is consistent with your means and when you are signing the card re member that when you agree to but a certain number of War Savings Stamps you are not putting out any money that will not come back to you with interedtt Din ing the month of June each one of the War Savings Stamps that you buy will cost but four dollars and seventeen cents but the Government in return guarantees you the payment of five dollars for each one of these War Savings Stamps. They are just as good as any other five dollar bill that Uncle Sam has made and the loan of your money to the Govern ment at this time will be a big help c toward winning the war. c BIG MEETING TO-NIGHT. At the Athenaeum to-night there will be a rousing meeting in the in terest of the War Savings Stamp and every ward in the city of New Or leans is expected to be represented i there by a strong delegation, so as to make the meeting one of the most enthusiastic the city has had for many days. No precinct meetings will be held on Thursday night for the purpose of giving everyone an opportunity to attend this big cen tralized meeting. N. O. TO BE EXPIAITED IN KAN SAS CITY BY ROTARIANS. Next Tuesday morning when Kan sas City and her 5,000 guests, who are attending the National Rotary Convention, awake, they will be greeted by a full page advertisement in the Kansas ICty Star, inserted by the Rotary Club of New Orleans. The advertisement will be headed: "NEW ORLEANS OFFERS ITS SERVICES TO THE ENTIRE WORLD." t The advertisement was written and placed by George W. Bauerlein. New Orleans manager of the Ferry Hanley Advertising Company, whose c home offices are in Kansas City. The advertisement is in the form of a striking page layout containing a panorama of the new Industrial 1 Canal and sketches of the commodi ty warehouses, cotton warehouses, grain elevators and the Hotel Grune wald. A committee has been appointed to 1 see that every delegate receives a copy of the paper containing this I advertisement before breakfast on 1 the morning of June 25. It is expected this advertisement J will receive wide-spread attention as New Orleans will probably be the only city using a full page adver tisement during this convention. JUNE S4TH AGIlERS DAY. Monday, June 24th will be "Al giers Day" for the sale of Thrift and War Saving Stamps, and Mrs. K. M. Vallier and her Committee will be in charge of the Thrift Stamp Bank in Canal Street in front of Lazard's. It is the wish of the committee that Al giers make a good showing and would ask that everyone who is buying Thrift or War Saving Stamps enter their order with the committee. Or ders will be taken and stamps de livered. Orders can be left with Mrs. K. M. Vallier, 219 Olivier St. ST. MARGARET DAUGHTERS. I St. Margaret Daughters held their B convention Saturday and Sunday at b Loyola College, with Miss Kennedy Spresiding. S 8elections from the Passion Play were given and Bishop Shaw gave a Ivery Interesting talk. The follow ing from our town attended on Sunday: Mrs. R. P. Whitmore, Mrs. Ella Mflls. Miss 8. Murphey, Mrs. L. C. Hardy. Misses Alberta, V. Barrett and J. Mooney, Meadames Relley, Vie Olivier. Hopper, Gaien nie, Voegtlita, Kundert, and Skiff tngton. Members are urged to attend the Smeeting on Thursday 20th, at 7:30 o'clock at the Kanights of Columbus Hall. KRILILIN HAS FIVE VOTERS. Mr. FPrank Killeen, the popular contractor, of Ulisa and Belleville 8ts., Is one of the happlest men in - town to-day. A new arrival--a I bouncing boy-makes his i at now -five of the maseaulle geader, who rwill wield quite a good deal of in I fluenee tn this commuanity when vot - lag time comes. Mrs. Kiles and I the msw arrivalr am va misely vInad r the roa paresats ar eeviag en u.mtobffm~rm tree . Minds ' MEDl~[A[ JUN! I Somewhere in the U. S. A. i i i I ,_-, I. _ >~GUARD PqUrY GERMAN WOMEN MUST [EGISIEI All German females above the age of fourteen years residinLg in this country must register this week. Registration began June 17, and ter minates June 24 at S p. m. Registration in cities will be made at precinct stations and with county by the postmasters. A female born in the United States. is an American citizen and is not re quired to register unless: (a) She has become naturalized in, taken an oath of allegiance to German), or (b) She has married a citizen or subject of Germany who has not acquired naturalization in the United States and the marital relation has not been terminated by death or di vorce. An American woman who marries a German, takes the nationality of her husband and is legally a German woman and will remain so until the martial relation is terminated by death or divorce or her husband be comes naturalized as an American citizen. She must register. German alien female registrants must present themselves during the time specified for registirtion. at the stipulated places with four pho tographs of themselves; they will execute the application papers for registration which will be handed them; have prints made of their thumbs and fingers. and ten days afterwards return for the official registration card. Photographs should be taken without headdress of any description, except in the case of members of any religious com munity or order of any denomination which requires the wearing of a headdress as a part of the religious habit. FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. On last Friday night, little Faye Clark, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark of Verret St., cele brated the fifth anniversary of her birth. The little ones spent a most en joyable time playing games and dancing. Little Miss Fay received many pretty gifts from her friends in honor of the occasion. The house was prettily decorated. The dining room table was most ar tistically arranged. A pink parasol decorated with tulle and pink roses occupied the center of the table and from it were streamers of pink rib bon to each place. At the end of each streamer was a pink rose. Each little guest received a silk Ameri can flag as a favor. Those present were: Inez, Doris. and Marion Ward, Joy Troyer, Mary and Lillie Talluto, Bernice Fabares. Dorothy and Rowena Duffy, Inez Becknell, Bernard LeBlanc, Lee and Malcolm Schwarzenbach, Abble Clark, Rowland and Harry Clark, Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Troyer. Mr. C., J. Kelly. Mr and Mrs. A. Clark, Mrs. Jno. Schwarzen bach and sons. John and Hart, Misses Pearl Schwarzenbach and Clairia Richards. N. O. NAVAL STATION NEEDS SHIPFFITTERS TO FINISH WORK. The New Orleans Naval Station is in need of shipfitters to complete the vast amount of work at the sta tion, and Thomas Shaw, the Labor Board, is making an appeal for such men. Applications are to be filled out and filed at the office of the Labor Board at the Naval Station immediately. The necessary blanks may be obtained either at the of flce of the secretary of the 10th United States Civil Service District, Room 210 Customhouse, or direct to the Naval Station. BSTORIEB TO CI)SE AT 5 O'ClOCK I P. M3. ATURDAYS. Beginning last Monday, ael retail stores, except clothing and shoe stores, will close at 5 p. m., daily and Saturday at 1 p. m. during the months of July end August. This was decided upon at a meeting of the retail merehanta of the eity, held In the AsmoelisM of Com mwe, late Thurday efntee.2 The daly eetrurg at $ I. m. win m am 5t- Ym.I·cAi crri*·r PERSONALS A N OTHERWISE Mrs. H. L. Wallace and two chli- ' dren of Port Arthur, Texas, are spending awhile with her parents, d Mr. and Mrs. Vanderlinden. Mr. Jno. Burgan leaves this even ing for Havana on the steamer Ex celsior. Mrs. A. Smith left for Melville, t Boyce, Cheneyville, Alexandria and surrounding towns in the interest of 1 the Woodmen Circle. I Mr. Shade G. Smith has his office at Shreveport, La., at present. t Miss Hilda Coyne left last Thurs day to spend awhile at Bay St. Louis. The Once-A-Month Club met at the home of Mrs. P. O. Caftero. The successful players were Mrs. C. Frisch, Mrs. Neff, Mrs. D. Murtagh and irs. L. De Laup. Mrs. Wassa man received the consolation The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. S. Kappler. The Friday Night Euchre Club met at the home of Mrs. C. Frisch. The successful players were Mrs. M. Brunner, Mrs. Curren, Mrs. Yura tich and Mrs. Hoffstetter. The con solation was received by Mrs. Collins. Mrs. Collins will entertain at the next meeting. The many friends of Mrs. Mark O. Carey are glad to see her out again after an illness of some time. The Jolly Twelve Euchre Club met at the home of Miss Esther Yuratich. The successful players were Misses I Carmen Abribat and Joe White. Mrs. P. Cognevich received the consola tion. Mrs. R. D. Evans and children left Monday for Braidthwait, La., to I reside. Mrs. A. M. Barry and daughter, a Hazel, of Houston are spending a few days with her son and daughter, t Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Barry of Seguin a street. The Saturday Night Euchre Club met at the home of Mrs. L. DeLaup last week. The successful players were Mrs. Chas. Corbett and Mrs. J. Gerretts. Master Chas. Rihner is spending t a while with his aunt, Mrs. P. J. 1 Rihner of Seguin Street. Mr. Streuby Drumm leaves to night for the Naval Academy at An napolis. Messrs. Thomas Heron and Law rence Twickler spent a few days in Thibodaux last week. Miss Faye Stumpf left to-day for Bogalusa, La., to spend two weeks with her sister Mrs. Geo. W. Mc Duff. Jr. Ensign Earl Sutherland left on the steamer, St. Rosalie, for France. Mrs. P. L. Stenger and children of Addis and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hauffe and children motored to Chef Menteur Sunday where a most en joyable day was spent. Mrs. Chris L. Stumpf left Satur day for Bogalusa to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. McDuff, Jr. Mr. Andrew C. DeLaune of Stump's Drug Store is spending a weeks' vacation at his home in Thibodaux after having successfully passed the Louisiana State Board of Pharmacy examination for registered pharmacist. Mrs. J. M. Thorning and Mrs. N. Thorning spent Sunday at Mande ville, La. Mrs. U. J. Lewis has returned from Pointe-a-la-Hatche, La. Mrs. Edwin C. Kohn of Point-a la-Hache, La., is visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borne. Mr. E. Berthant and family left Tuesday morning for Galveston, Tex. They are making the trip in their automobile. Mr. Walter Martinez returned from Abita Springs, La., after spending a pleasant vacation. Little Merle and C. P. Martlnes are spending a while with their aunts, Misses Martines. Mr. J. Barrols of Seruin Street, spent the week end at Jesult Bend with his pareats. have returned home after spending some time with their parents In Belle Chause, La. Mr. M. Oreenberg, U. 8. N., left Monday night for New York for duty .at that piesae.. t Mrs. C. V. Kat mtrtaletw the 'Ithltt C lub lut week. T' s me asa~l.asu wee Mrs. H. T. Mr. ALL GROC[RIES TO BE a CLOSED AT 1 P. H. Practically every grocer in Algiers has signed an agreement to close his place of business at 7 p. m., every day except Saturday. This is a patriotic move and shows a spirit of co-operation with the gov ernment on the part of the retail l grocers of this town. The Fuel Ad ministration requests the grocers to close at 7 p. m.. in order to save l fuel for lighting and the grocers 4 promptly comply. These business people deserve the patronage of the people and they should be encouraged in this effort I to render a patriotic service. We hope the purchasing public will show its appreciation of the sacrifice these grocers are making by doing their shopping before the new closing time. Following are the names of the grocers who are observing this rule. Be a patriot and patronize them: John Kleinkemper Co., Ltd.; M. Abascal Bros., Ltd.; John Laftitte, Ltd.; Mrs. Daisy Kramme; Mrs. P. A. Comeaux; Sierra Bros.; Jos. Bru no; James Killeen; Wm. D. Walker; Aug. Schabel; Theo. J. Lala; D. Sunseri; W. Salathe; Mrs. Jane Mc Givney; Mrs. Alice Clarke; J. Tripo lino; A. La Bella; Philip Haag; A. Gayaut: F. G. Trapani; J. LaBella; Wm. Gliepert; Steve Gillin; A. B. Beninate; H. Rigaud; Carstens-Vez ten Co.; Mrs. H. Munsterman. REY. BROWN RESIGNS FROM FELICITY CHURCH TO DO Y. M. C. A. WORK. Rev. R. M. Brown, pastor of the Felicity Methodist church, has vol unteered for a secretaryship in the army Y. M. C. A. and has been ac cepted. He announced his resig nation from his church Thursday, and will leave within the next four weeks for the training camp. Rev. I Brown is the third minister in the New Orleans district to leave his pastorate during the last 60 days for war work. Dr. Brown has served there for two years, having preceded his stay there by a four years' term as pastor of the Algiers Methodist church. He is a man of great spiritual force, and will carry with him to his new field of labor the love and confidence of a large congregation. lone and Mrs. C. V. Kraft. Mrs. R. A. Tansey received the consolation. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Malone. Mr. and Mrs. R. Engler and daugh ter, Violet, left last week for a trip to Atlanta, Ga., Hamlet, N. C., and Hot Springs, Ark. Miss Katherine Schabel left Sun day for Bay St. Louis to spend a while. Miss Sadie Garland entertalned the Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club. The successful players were Mrs. C. V. Kraft, Mrs. A. Graf and Mrs. C. V. Frisch. Mrs. G. W. Pollock (playing for Mrs. H. L. Sease) received the consolation. Mrs. A. Graf will entertain at the next meeting. Miss Muret Giordano of Ironton, La., spent a few days here last week with her sister, Mrs. Victor Escousse, Jr. Judge M. S. Mahoney spent a few days at Jefferson College last week. Frank Ortolano has returned to Camp Green, North Carolina, after enjoying a furlough with relatives in Algiers. t Miss J. Holt spent the week end at Waveland, Miss., as the guest of her sister. Little Emelda Ernst left Saturday for Waveland, Miss. ,where she will spend a vacation. Mrs. L. Holt was very ill at her home la Waveland. Her many friends Swish her a speedy recovery. Mr. George 8trasser has Just wired his folks of his return to the Brook i lyn Navy Yard after an exciting trip across to FPrancee. 8trasser is com misioaed as Pirst Class Electrical Basineer on board the U. 8. 8. Ryn dam. Good luck to you, old top. SMr. Edmund lurbert, youngest son of (apt. and Mrs. W. H. Hebert., I h entered the Ugted States Navy, and was mt to Pemeols a few days age. - - (Oati ~, Page .8.) Members and Guests of Methodist Church Hear Rev. Jno. F. Findley Tell of.Russian Revolution Sunday Night Through theI alrtness and etforts of Rev. C'. '. Wir. tie Al.giers pub li \e're affordti d ;a big treat Sun- I1 day night in benit' jitn the oppor tunity to hear lItV. John .L. I iltl ley lecture on ;\" ti: i .' 't ili i i Russia during the teioltiton Dr. Findley's addre - xit .- inde, , interesting as it sho s Ib thl :lol loa ing excerpts frotn ht talk Itu.sia will be back in the afar agaill. Japan is loyal to the oai-, o: thit, Allies. Kerensky "sat on the fen. te w hen lihe shiould have b een working and lost out. This is tie helief of lHey. Joihn L. Findley, Clevelantld t'tongreatitnal ist pastor, who did Y. M. ('. A. pork in ltRussia, and came to New Orleans Saturday together with Sir teorge Adami Smith under the auspi'ces itt the national committee on the lMoral Aims of the Wair. to lecture to the New Orleans people. Itev. Mr. Findley headed the first expedition of Y. M. C. A. workers to H us-ia. where he underwent many hardships in connection with his work. I I, was in Russia at the time of the revolution andt remained until he was i forced to flee the country with other Americans. "When we left America with the John lt. Mott commission.' said Rev. Mr. Findley." we went direct to Russia with instructions to set Kerensky and establish the Y. M1. ('. A. work. Our trip to Petrograd I took twelve days from Vladivostock and %ie made the entire journey in box cars, the fastest and only means of conveyance at that time. After SHOW YOUR WAR SAVING STAMP During the house to house cam- r paign. for the sale of War Saving I Stamps, which will begin in earnest on Monday, each purchaser or the head of each household will be expected to answer question No. 1. which reads as follows: "I, whose signature appears above. and the members of my family, whom I represent, now own. ............ Thrlit Stamps or War Savings I Stamps." If you are called upon to show your thrift stamp or war savings stamps, do so with the knowledge and understanding that you are help ing the solicitors, to make com plete the statistics regarding the a number of War Savings Stamps al NEW ORLEANS OITY CAMPAIGN Forma 5A !Signature .......................................... . W rite Pla ly No . ................. .. ................. tret :O eupation ............................................. W ard ..................... TO THE SECRETARV OF THE UNI ED Prelnct ................ s nTATEN TREA'RY: 1. whoee signature appears above, and the membera gof my family whom I represent. now own.............. .. • -.....W.8.H. ......... 1 In addition to those now owned. I :arree to buy War Savings Stamnps as in :di-atd :::: I will buy from Name of ellintg Agent. Location of Agency. ra I FURTHER PiEIDGE MYt4ELF TaO ,SAVE AND ECONOMIZE. TOt HELI' WIN "THE WAR. OTotal War Kavlags Stamps Owned and P1 War Saving Stamps may be pur chased from the following places: 3 PURCHAING STATIONS FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. HERE John Mangiaraclno, Bouny and 7 Opelousas. Chris L. Stumpf,. Pharmacist, 901- 6 907 Teche. Edna M. Kleinkemper, Grocery, . 346 Verret. James Killeen, Grocery, 501 Belle- I ville. Frank M. Callaghan, Pharmacist, t 600 Pelican. Edward Schroeder, Grocery, 647 1 Opelousas. J. H. Dreyfous, 401 Opelousas. l I1SUING WEDDING LICENSES. It has been called to the atten tion of the Herald that many of our people, entering the state of matri mony go to the city for the purpose of taking out their licenses in this important matter, and, while the city and Algiers are exactly the same, we believe that the preference should always be given to this side of the river, where Captain Leonard F. Gisch is always to be found either day or night, and in a very affable manner, helps the bashful young man and young lady to secure this valuable piece of paper. Wedding licenses may be sec red at the Algiers Court House from Cap tain Gisch, any time during the day, when he is at the office, but should parties desire to obtain licenses at other times, when the office is closed, Mr. Gisch states that it will be a pleasure for him to secure these licenses for the parties at any time. This arrangement not only saves the applicant a good dear of trouble In going to the city, and wasting a considerable amount of time, but it gives the Algiers office an additional prestige, which It should enjoy. So, now, my young man and young lady, if you desire to be married, do not go to the city to take out your mar riage license. Secure them in your home town, where the knot is going to be tied. Have the entire opera tlon done here. We, as Alglerines, are looking for everything that be longs to the Algiers people, and we also believe that an Algiers wedding Sshould have its wedding license is sead from the AIldrs eourt house. ,ibtai'ninl: th('e i,1 . ary permlll ssiOll, ;, '-.tbli.i ..l Y. M ('. A. uts along Ih ti ll rre I; '-'i-jil ' front.. Itev. 1M . lililcley de .- rilo'd the up ri-ing that ti;i t.d No,t.iil|or 5, 1917; -poke of how th' machine gun alIt ia)ut thet siret- siuash uiig the ;n i f m lironlumnt. deiol ithilig Iriu:ldi iig . ;til leaving thou "a' i- ,ie.d ii .tounldoed in their \\ k,'. lit, d tribi , the condition tIat r.il fi, or1 i , tk ais one of !-,: lti an i ,'rhy. \11 officers ot tit o r.y i .d navy wvllr t ousted, tii - llil i 1 \\ l'ti iwe d ared o .api talii.st. and sent'i nct'd tol be ,lhot. all churcih schol = ore abolishId, andi 1Suin(;iii was d(clarild ia thing of the past. This was the result oif Ger liian propiiaiiinda. hi-e declaried, and dated baink thiirty tears. wihen hGer imany first sent p i4l1 teac'hers to tus-ia to g ilt poitions with instrule tihnis to work for half of what the native Russians w4nli d work for. "Thes'e menIi were requireil to re port to Gerttay monthly., qularterly. 'emi-annually and a nui tally. In this way Germany gained icontrol of the czarinla. Sturmner. prime minister and higher. officer in litnsia. and in ladlditio had control of nile generals in the Russian arimiy Gernman in fluenilie became so effective that half of thl' anl n11llitin(l man1 ufactured in Russia fitted Gierman gUlns."'' When lithe foreign amii baihssador or udered all foreigners out of Russia February 22.' 1918. lIiv. Mr. Find ley and his co-workers were forced to lteave the front in a sleigh, only half a Iilei ahead of the advanring German cavalry. ready sold. This is important In formation which our government must have. You will be doing a great service and help very materially the clerical work and the statistical department by having entered very accurately opposite question No. 1. the exact amount of Thrift Stamps or War Savings Stamps that you have on hand. The following is a copy of the ap plication-Form 5A-whicii you will sign in making your purchases: Study the form closely so that you may be prepared, when a solicit or calls, to purchase the greatest amount of stamps consistent with your income. JI'NE c'ost $4.17 each......W.R.a......... JI'LY ('ost $4.1 each ......W ............. AUGEItNT 'out $4.110 ýnlch...... W.. ....... SEPI'TEMIIEIt ('Cot $4.20 ench...... W......... I w 'T lI It " C(ost $421 nca.h...... W.8......... N(IVEMNIER I'o!t $4.212 each...... W.s.P ... I('ot $4.213 each...... W..N ........... Pledged ............... W. N.. S ......... Abraham M. Polaski, Shoe Store, 341 Opelousas. M. llanck, Baker, 920 Teche. W. E. Schabel, Cafe, 509 Patter son. P. C. Duvic, Duvic IIdw. Co., 323 Morgan. Alfred M. Marshall, Notion Store, 735 Patterson. Fred P. Schoene, Watch Repairer, 631 Patterson. Wilmer H. Johnson, Johnson Iron "Works. J. P. Vezlen, Grocery, 314 Mor gan. August Schabel. Grocery, 601 Pat terson. Peter Rupp, Druggist, 541 Ber muda. Jane "McGivney, Grovery, 500 Eliza. MUI('ALE. Miss Alva Salathe entertained at a musical on Friday evening; the following being present: Misses Alice Judlin, Claire Finley, Ruth Vallette, and Ethel Olreyd, Messrs. Herbert Chesser, Ernest Carstemson, John Murphy and Ben Heflmber. Dainty refreshments were served and dancing was indulged in. FOR ARMORY FUND. Four young boys of our town, Elmer Simon, Alfred Zeller, F. J. Simon and Lloyd Constance, gave a penny party last week and realized $15.54 which amount they turned over to Mayor Behrman for the Washington Artillery Armory Fund. SUDDEN DEATH OF PHILIP HAAG, JR. A very sad death occurred yester day morning at 11:30 p. m., which threw the neighborhpod of Haag's Grocery in silence of mourning. Little Philip Haag, Jr., the twelve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Haag, Sr., died after an illness of only a few hours. The child was taken sick an Tues day and died yesterday, the result of an attack of acute Bright's di sease. The grief stricken paret have the sympathy of their friends and neighbors. will take place this 4:30. Interment ia M cemetery. .,-.·b