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XXVI. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 25. 1918. No. II.
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W. Stalcups and children
to their home in Boothville,
dn a while in Algiers.
oeli parmetel spent the week
M eartease Park.
geo. Talbot and family and
a and family of Bellevillle
spending a week at Milne- c
g,. Goebel entertained the
b last week. The success- t
were Mrs. 11. T. Malone c
C. V. Kraft. Mrs. C. E. i
received the consolation.
meeting will be at the j
Mrs. C. V. Kraft.
Martin Behrman and E. C. t
were guests at the Broad
el In Colorado Springs dur
recent trip back from San
J. Kelly returned Satur- I
New York after a visit of
weeks to relatives. He was
ed by his sister, Mrs. J.
bach and her young son. 1
$o will spend sometime there.
SCloskey is spending awhile
as in Plaquemine. La.
Albert C. C(amus, son of
J, Camus, 427 Pacific ave
arrived overseas with his
S3s2sbeth Verret is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ver
tusethy 'Bass is visiting Mr.
A. H. Verret.
Miss Evelyn Cross read
in the flag" at the Hotel
ay efternoon, when the
flag was dedicated.
party and dance will be
the benefit of the destitute
blldren at Electric Park,
night at 8 o'clock. Moving
ag end other pleasant
will bd' provided for the
of those attending
kage crowd is expected in
the worthy cause.
,Ntrleh and children, Mrs
and daughters, Lola and
Miss Alita Norman spent
Diteh has returned to
M orasn City, after
" h hers with Mrs. J.
I Walter has returned
to Cheneyville, La.
Bagau returned home
her sister, Mrs. C. E.
.q,- Vanderladen returned
e ding a week with his
5' 1Ma returned from
rO two dborm
-as ra aMrs. A. T.
slends of little Pahler
le be pt ased to know
ieOvred from the effects
estalaed last week.
and daughters, for
Sour town but now of
have been visiting
to leave Saturday
, rett, Mrs. M. Heath
mrts C. 0. Moseley and
teemm anett, left yew
Sprigp to spend the
J. Hende have re
4 o reweek stay at the
map"* at Milneburg.
Gould and Mrs. Taple
amre as their gets.
e atkaMd has returned
Taft left Wednesday for
Wha Horsee Nelson of
spent the weekend
who sl stationed at
et u a ew days' fr
ht es mother. Mrs. L
give last week ats
Orsage Grove No. 9,
was aig as uccess.
rge desire tod tohank
I make it a suacess.
Ot Miss Mary Treau The
ah aer). . .iss. Mary
at the net
Neqital, underwent a
spent awhile at Ella.
Brane is espected to
her sister Mrs. 3.
Merchants Request Householders to
Buy Early and to Ask for No
More Than One Delivery
There seems to be a misunder
standing between the retail grocers
and the trade concerning the 7
o'clock closing hour recently inaugu
rated. Many people are of the opin
ion that because they have forgotten
to get their groceries before 7
o'clock the stores must remain open
in order to serve them. This is
working a hardship on the grocers
and is directly against the wishes of
the government which is doing every
thing possible to save food. lights,
fuel, etc., and as patriotic Americans
who desire to help in this great strug
gle for world freedom, we should try
to co-operate with the grocers' who
are being called upon to restrict
their busines and sacrifice much of
their profits. It is an easy matter
for everyone to do his buying early
in the day and leave the merchants
free to attend to other business or
take that time to rest ofter a long
hard day's work.
The new rule of delivering only
once a day will soon be put into ef
fect and it is to be hoped that the
housekeepers will observe this rule
without waiting for the merchants
to have to refuse to deliver goods
several times a day simply because
the housekeepers forget, or do not
take the trouble to remember to
order everything at once.
These are war times--serious times
-and things are greatly changed,
nothing more than the retail grocery
business. In former times when
goods were cheaper' and labor was
plentiful the grocer could send sev
eral times a day to each house and
in many other ways serve their cus
tomers. But to-day with the army
drawing many of our best young
men and the trades attracting many
more, it is more than ever necessary
to conserve the man power of the
nation, and as every line of business
is restricting its delivery, the grocery
business must fall into line. The
grocers therefore wish to call their
customers' attention to this new or
der and request them to be consid
erate in asking for a second deliv
ery. Before long such requests will
have to be refused.
The many friends of Mrs. H. N.
Huff, will be glad to know that she
is home after undergoing an opera
tion at the Presbyterian Hospital.
Mrs. Wallace Christy returned
Tuesday 'from Sherman, Texas.
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, et. Abbville,
oauth Caroling, is visitlng her daugh
ter, Miss L. Park.
The Saturday Night Five Hundred
Club met at the home of Mrs. L. De
Laup. The successful players were
Miss C. Richards and Mrs. O. W.
Mr. Wm. Martinez left Tuesday
for Hot Springs, Ark., to spend a
Miss Genevieve Grevenberg of
Morgan City, spent the weed-end
here with the Misses Martinez.
Ensigns Jas. Leddy, Joe, Euper,
Bob Page, and Jas. Raymond Healy,
U. 8. N. R., are all at present in
Miss Florence Kinkaid left yester
day to spend a week in Midland.
Mr. and Mrs. Cogan have return
ed from Thibodaux.
Mrs. C. Watkins of Berwick will
move here shortly to reside.
Mrs. W. Babin and children will'
leave in a few days for Lafayette,
Mrs. J. A. Aucoin will leave short
ly for Cheneyville.
The many frlends of Mrs. C. Mills
will regret to learn that she is ill.
The many friends of Mrs. Chas.
Escosse will regret to learn that
she was compelled to undergo an
operation Tuesday at Hotel Dieu.
Mrs. E. J. Worrel of Wood Cliff,
New Jersey is here, having accom
panied the remains of her mother
Mrs. Dixon whbose death ocured in
Mrs. North o Opelousas Avenue
underwent an operation this week.
Mr. R. 8pltsfadea is enjoying his
Judge and Mrs. A. Barras and
daughter Camille who have been
spending some time at Bay St. Louis,
Miss. came in town for a few days.
They expect to return to the Bay
Mrs. Hal Melaser and sister Miss
Lydia Wielmnan lave just returned
from a ten day stay at Alexandria,
where they visited their brother
Private H. L. Keflmann at Camp
The Red Cres Chapter No. 4
would like all of the members to re
port at the K. of C. hall as there is
luite a lot of sewing and lttUlng
that has to be anish as soon as pos
The many frlienads of Mrs..L. De
Lamp will regret to learn that she
Inderwent am epration at the Tro .
Master Geo. Rlnihr a spendlng a
while in Bura. a.., with hiLs aunt
Mrs. QGeo. Materman.
Misse Nelia and lash beedreux
have returned from Thibodaux after
spendl g some time there with relm
*h. OGee. Y rsma a left FPrlday
for Buras, La., to spend the remander
et tlhe ummer wth his parents.
lr..snd Mrs. H. W. Crawford and
mmily left MoarJ for Waveland to
spen the sammer at their summer
Mr. ad Mrs. ODeaml and daugh
ters. NI.a and Apes, loft Tuesday
fLr pents in the Est.
Mrs. Dupis o 1 813 Slidell Ave
meU a Ihemee tr a tel One, where
ii inderwent ea eperatleo.
asM Cuarm Usmen end daughter,
Isabel, spent two ms I Dattoe ReaP
Jeham eunly ad s HsarIul lef
Megogr -ar ab r Miene aers
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The illustration shows a French heavy artillery battet" inl action in the Sonmne sector, and a French dressing
station immediately in the rear of the fighting line in Flanders.
MAIOR HOME AGAll
Mayor Behrman returned to New
Orleans Sunday after an absence of
three weeks5 the greater part of
which time he spent at San Francis
co with the New Orleans delegation
who went there to win for New Or
leans the 1919 convention of the As
sociated Advertising Clubs of the
'"New Orleans certainly carried San
Francisco by storm." Mayor Behr
man said, "and San Francisco in
turn certainly showed us a good
time. We landed the convention
without any trouble. It's up to us
now to co-operate to make it a big
success and to see to it that the hun
dreds who will come to this city to
attend the 1919 meeting will not be
disappointed in New Orleans."
Remaining at Station A. New Or
leans. La., Postoffice, Thursday, July
Theodore (Brown, Frank Celegtain,
Horacino Dtaz, John (Dasel, J. W.
Gaines, eGorge Hughes, Charles Har
ris, Alfred Henry, M. L. Lowry, L.
W. Johnson, John Perron, Frank
Smith. Roy Worley.
Harriet Burks, 'Pearl Booker, Vic
toria Buckell, Edna Green. Anna
Homes, Altus Gooseby, Bertha Har
rison, Elizabeth Jackson, Victoria
Johnson, Nora Nichols. Lena Pfeif
fer, Caroline Stewart, Mrs. Strope
Charles Janvier, Postmaster.
Jos. Daniels, Superintendent.
ELECTED PRESIDENT OF
Mr. R. J. Williams was recently
elected president of the Brotherhood
of Railway Clerks of America, Sun
set Local No. 655. Mr. Williams has
always taken an active part in this
organisation. and his merited, pro
motion to be the head of the organi
zation here, pleases his friends here.
JOHN SPRADA STORED TOO
MUCH SUGAR, IS CHARGE.
With the arrest of John Sprada
Monday morning, Department of Jus
tice agents have inaugurated their
campaign against sugar hoarders
failing to abide by the three pounds
monthly allowance provided for by
recent regulations of Food Admin
istrator John M. Parker.
A search was instituted in the
home of the accused and ninety
pounds of sugar were found hoarded
in the kitchen. Under the regula
tions. Sprada was entitled to have
thirty-two pounds, and had greatly
exceeded his allowance. The subse
quent charge before Commissioner
Browne is said to be the first of its
kind under the regulation. In pre
vious arreets, the respective places
of business of offenders were simply
ordered closed. He was released un
der bond of $500.
WAT211R LON PARTE.
A watermelon party was gives! at
the Spellnman home last week. Re
treshments were served and dancing
tadulged in until a late hour. Those
present were: Misses Leah Sehroe
der, Carrie Hildebrand. Hasel Cay
ard, Irma Schroeeder, Camile Spahr,
Josephine Guldoes, Clare and Nir
SKeenan.a, Irmr and Alma Tufts,
Mary Spellman, 'amelda Nicklaus.
Verna Baodtman, IMldred Hlmnel
rich, Sather Yater, Renette Ken
aatr S. Sutherland and C. Spellman,
MWarr. H. Quinn, W. Donner, R.
Nlcklaus, B. Barrett. B. lamprey, R.
Glliaghase, H. A4mnder;, . Vat
tltte. A. A T. P A.A. 4Christy,
t. M s, ra tt A. IreI, les,
ant 'f~s . pelnau. A. Me
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Algiers is certainly proud of her
youngest marine engineer, George C.
Brauner, who only recently passed
his examination as third assistant
engineer, and is now holding this
position on the 8. S. Curon plying
between New York, Charleston, and
Young 'Brauner is only twenty
years of age, having been born here
in our town on May 10, 1898. He
is the second son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Brauner, of $37 Pacific Ave.
His many friends wish him much
successIn his new position and they
trust that he will safely evade the.
The courthouse clock is again in
operation, after being out of commis
sion for some time as the result of
damage 'aused by the last severe
storm. A new dial was placed in
the Morgan street side of the tower
and the elockworks given a thorough
on 1f!Iy k tOU U3.
Ill ofS carers it
It vnws thl s hus
into beauty almost-
,cg w o
Mrs. J. A. Garland and daughters, ,s
Misses Sadie and Margaret, Mr. and v,
Mrs. C. Hoffstetter and daughter, a
Charlotte, Mrs. H. J. Stansbury and p
daughter. Miss Fredtrica. Misses Rita ai
Humphrey, Mamie Morrison. and p
Dorothy Kraft spent the past week
They spent a most enjoyable time.
While there, they had as guests at
different times: Mrs. Raeder, baby
and sister, Miss Martha Hobbs. Mrs.
J. Finley and children, Margaret and
John, Mrs. J. Skelly and daughters, tl
Mr. and Mrs. Tom L;ntwistle and
Mrs. J. Entwistle and Claude. Lella.
Tracey and Wm. Lilly, Raymond
Richards. Hugh Humphrey. Emile 1i
Moreau, Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Kraft 9
and daughter, Carlotta and N. E.
Humphrey. Miss Gertrude Finley F
spent the week-end as their guest d
and Mr. Wm. Hoffstetter spent sev
eral days. t
ALL BARBER SHOPS TO CIAOME
All barber shops in Louisiana will
have to close on Sunday when Act
No. 146, passed at a recent session
of the Legislature. becomes effec- h
tive. Up to date about seventy-five i"
acts of the Legislature have been a
promulgated, and No. 146 probably fi
will be reached in ten days. All h
laws take effect in Baton Rouge on 84
the date of promulgation, but in
other sections of the state acts be- p
come operative twenty days after I
promulgation. From present indi- h
cations the barber's Sunday closing c
law will be in force throughout the s,
state by the middle of August or
The new act makes it unlawful for E
any barber to cut or clip hair, shave k
or massage o nSunday, and places the h
fine for violation at not less than $25 a
or more than $100 with a prison d
sentence of not less than 30 days or T
more than 60 days ,or both at the c
discretion of the court. a
PETER'S PENCE. '
The Fnnuai offeing known as
"Peter's Pence" was taken on a re
cent Sunday in all the Catholic
churches in the world. The offering
in New Orleans Churches was a most
liberal one, sad the Parishes in the
country around New Orleans were
not unmindful of. the needs of the
Vatican. The Church of the Holy
Name of Mary was among those that
collected the largest amounts.
LIGHTLESS NIGHIB TO BEGIN
New Orleans will have its first a
lightless nights of the coming au
tumn and winter on July 29 and E0. 0
Illuminative llghts, such as sign
displays and the like, and those used
in store windows are barred under C
the regslation. Street tights are
not barred, neither are lights in mo
tion pieture shows or theatres or on a
roof gardens. I
The reason for placing the rule t
into effect so soon this year has been
brought about by the fuel shortage
that has hit the couutry, due to the j
scarcity of labor and the lack of
freight facilities to handle coal when
it is taken from the mines.
I.OYOLA HOWPITAL EN ROUTE r
Base Hospital No. 102, known as I
the Lohla unit, which has been in I
training at Camp Besuregard, passed
through New Orlesp Sunday morn- I
in ean route to an Atlantic port to
eal seen f* ltaly where it has been
assigned to duty with the Italian
army. bMeutmant Calloway is in I
ecomunand of the unit while Major 1
Joseph A. Dan8a is the chlet medical
and sseg officer. The person- I
ael of a t utImheldes twrty-eevn
-oeosts Eg tqka narses snd *
.rt- -e krm -alkl
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CAlNING CLUB 10
L;ver yoi:e \\elcoIlne To Join r
. nl mle.tin:r ,% is hlli itt the ulini - i
pl 1Kit he'n l.rilay lllorlinll. uItndtic '! I
tit, ae.llu t it the I', od \i:lulinti-tra
tion and Ihui s l, itE t:lis I i lpart I
:nell t. (;ll ounci l of \:tttn:l lb ft.< . ( Iof
the \ard rd oind I'n Itit itee, to-e,, r
ating with thei ('iy I ,!,arttl ent et
.~lti 4ilt llre ant IF- I CI o seivatio-lll. to
forlllll;late I, pl.lls tlt" oplt llilln ,a.nlllll
t:ltbs in the I l(mesotil ~cien i. lhp.1, tt
r1".1 ot the p tbli .' *, lth Is tIIII ht',
11Mrs. II. T Malone is at the head ! t
the club in our \\alrd :(
ilTer. will be a duitnon:tration I'Fri
dlay miornini. from ! to "' o1 l u..k. at i
Relleville Mcihool I'ea- s a il I,
canned a:nd sol, at c(lst.
If sullccesstull, lmeetinr s \iil !, hIl
ev".ryc Friday. Ever) one is isinited it
join the .lulb. ('ome out Frid.ty and
see to deonstraltion andl you will
lunlioubtedly Ii. n1ie a mentmtlber.
HINTING III'E.XNI:4 FORt 1:\' L
E.541N .1 E: I 'll-:.ll\ Y.
Hunting licenses for lth' 1',1-19 i
game season are' now in thte Ilandlis f
Tax 4 ollector Fitzpatrick for thi,
benefit of local hunters who wish to t
take advantage of the new open sea- T
sonil 0 Igliht he.rol:s or groshiy. (
Distribution of these licenses will
start Thursday morning.
For a resident amateur hunting t
license, the price is the same as last
season-$1l-and permits hunting in
every part of the state.
RAISING C'OTlTON ON TEC'HE ST.
Jludge Sam Levy, who has his pri
vate little garden on Teche Street and
Slidell Avenue. and who has raised
several crops of edible vegetables this
year, is also producing genuine Ioulsi
ana long staple cotton. Several sam
ples have been furnished to the Herald
and they are just as good as grown in
Point Coupee Parish.
D)AN('E AT WEST END.
A jolly crowd of young folks spent
the day at West End Sunday, where a
dance was given.
The young folks enjoyed themselves
immensely. Those participating were
Misses K. Hornosky, M. Sutherland,
S. Zatarain, B. Senner, D. Baker, M.
Hauer, D. Burmaster, M. and K. Hil
debrand, H. Cayard and G. Shark;
Messrs. R. Trauth, J. Hock, A. Yura
tich. S. Legrande. P. Haggerty. C. Lau
man, B. Barry and others.
On Wednesday, July 17th, the
home of. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sinclair
in Vallette St. was the scene of
much merriment, when their many
friends tendered them a surprise in
honor of the twenty-fifth anniver
sary of their marriage.
They received many handsome
presents in honor of the occasion.
Dancing was indulged in until a late
hour, music being furnished by Mor
cour's Band. Refreshments were
Those present were: ._Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Duffy and family, Mr. and Mrs. DI
ket and family. Mr. and Mrs.. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Hull and family, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Marlen, Mrs. Meyers and
daughter. Laura, Mr. J. T. Belt of
Texas, Misses Leah Hull, Elsie Sin
clair, Leona and Bertha Aubert, Ju
anita Hoffstetter, Marguerlte Keogh,
Bertha Ryan, Sophle Miller, Audrey
Marlen. Thelma and Myrtle Clasen.
Thelma Sinclair, Lillian Tuft, and
Thelma Sturtevant, Messrs. Sidney
Holman, Wm. Hoffsteter, Leslie Er
nest. Curtis Lange, Wm. Erickson,
Wm. Johnson, J. StasIl. Pred Jef
fries. Marilon Ryan, A. Sinclair. John
Sinclair, Sam Crawford, Roland
Horn and Blanc.
BLUJACKITS 0S0CAL CLUB.
One of the best attended and most
enjoyable dances of the season was
given by the Bluejackets Social Club
on Monday night, July 22. The
Avenue Academy was crowded with
offleers and men from the Statlon,
and girls from Aldgiers and New Or
leans. The very popular Navy Or
chestra played for the dances and
was welcomed by everyone.
Altogether the dance was a tre
mendous success and the girls and
boys are eagerly looking forward to
the next dance on Augnat 6.
UJENNINGS DOYS TO THE FRONT.
It will e interesting to many of
their frlends to know that Langley
Jennings and Earl Jenntils, sons of
our former resident, the late Col.
C. M. Jennings, are making arrange
Sments to take part in the great
a struggle in France. Young Earl
I Jennings has bIeen In Prance for the
- past month or so; and, we are in re
ceipt of a letter from Mr. Langley
SJennings, in which he states that he
will shortly take up his work with
a the Y. M. C. A. at the front. Lang
r ley spent a few days here this week
I visitinag his mother; and will leave
- shortly for an Atlantic Port, from
s which he will sail in charge of one
I of the Y. M. C. A. detachments. They
Slave the best wishes of their many
HEY. HlFN[H COMES
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fesor I1. 11eibohm,. pre.si nt of liU
\ft, o: n. , in ti tn. e ,v lief ler
will make his hou e ilo .igin re II.'
went to the Is,l of l'inii s ire tic
from the seminary n li- marri tge
was planned for I.a f v .t' k. .a o.
but was delayed on a,-un' t of t he.
i1 ith a hi, tia' t0 .. r:' th,"r Local
Lutheran ministers report th.it IRo
lolner will occupy the man-e m ith a
bride within a few \i eks timet. 11~
take-. the plaeo a pastor of Trinity
(hlurch which han s heen vae 'ant for
about eight month . the fornor pts
tor. Rev. Kuegele. havijug :tu"ep'lted a
pastorate in North ('arolina Trinity
Church has been under ine pastoral
supervision of tev. A \Wisnmer. of
Gretna. and Prof. Meibohm. of Lu
ther ('ollege. since the resignation
of Rev. Kuegele.
MUST REGISTER OR YOU CANNOT
The registration baoks will close
August 10. and any man who does
not hold a registration paper taken
out since January 2, 1917, will be
unable to vote in the primaries of
Sub-stations now are open in every
ward. Mr. . A. H. Verret is in charge
at the local court house. The of
fice is open daily from 8 a. m. to
2 p. m., and from 4 p. m. to 7 p.
m. Saturdays from 8 to 12.
(UY SAD.LER INJURED.
Mr. Guy Sadler, one of the con
ductors of the Grand Isle Railroad,
while at Ollie station a few days ago.
stepped upon a banana peel, causing
him to fall and dislocate his shoul
der. He is about town with the
member securely bound up but will
be off duty for some time yet.
BAY VIEW MEMBERS ENJOY
Some of the members of the Bay
View Gun and Rod Club enjoyed a
supper a few nights ago at Milne
burg at Captain's Toney's Restau
rant, where they partook in a fine
fish spread. The members of the
club present were: Dr. J. E. Pol
lock, Shade G. Smith, James O.
Stewart, T. V. Cassanova, C. J. D.
Gerretts, Frank Killeen, and C. V.
TO ENROLL STUDENT NURSES
Mrs. L. H. Cross, R. N.. President
of the Loueisiana State Nurses Asso
ciation, requests all Graduate Murses
-retired or prawctblcing, to meet at
her home, 417 Eliza St., on Frida7
evening, at 8:30, to assist in the
campaign for enrollment for "U. S.
Student Nurses Reserve," of 25,000
young women from the ages of 18 to
Miss Helen Manning of Atlantl
Ave., entertained at a watermelon
party last Thursday night tn boner
of her brother, Ieddle Manning, who
is 'at home on a furlough.
The evening was most enjoyobly
spent. Those present were Misses
Gladys Munsterman. Dora Eseinger,
Myrtle Clasen, Esther Olsen and
Helen Manning. Messrs. Chas. Han
tel, Leonard Hoffman. John Hilde
brand, Heddle and Shirley Mglning,
Rhelms and Richard TBehler, IHen,',
Thates, Richard White, an) Earl
Roussalre, Mr. and Mrs. Masninn,
Mrs. Roussalre. Mrs. Blehler and lit
tle Agnes Blehler.
s Flcakinl powder biscuit, co'n