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fo more for Ferriage tin a r txes. Help remove .r- tE t. •A -A -~ ,, l Ctb·~ rIWOP·. YIU~re~~ ~DDITEI) STATES GOVERNMENT tax hl .la Ma o1 M of R ve.. aA very live and erdtable weekly newePaW.._-MANUPFACTURILR RECORD, XXVi. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, T1URSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 1918. No. 28. __________________________ I, JIE3SONALS *J OTHERWISE gsgsoven and little Devoe the week-end with rea rplsad, La. C. S. DickY, Emile Mothe, T. V. Casanova, R. A. b- r. C. V. Kraft have re A y Adam. SAsker deliverd an ad Sgemorial service hed -j McPonoghiille Metho aIn memory of the late SQbokey entertained the Friday atternoon. The lerS were Mrs. C. E. C. V. Kraft. Mrs. the consolation will entertain at the tC. Moore, U. S. N., Nov. 18th, on the U. rwriter," to go down Las , where he will do . Mh many friends miss that he will again be Is a few weeks. gsKt Jumonville left on ,apoleonviUle, Id., to the guest of her Mrs. Robt. Jumon b expected to return to hrlstmas, to 'be with Mrs. LeBlanc, 430 I s Judlin and Clayton ao Sunday aboard the r thnd for New York. 'Huckins and Lois I a~ssu>7g led by WI'. and Gravols and son, Nor- a to Baton Rouge on f over at Vachery, a 8un4dy morn IAgy after spendinag trip. Cldt met at the home ( D. Sadler last Friday I eajoyable time. Af- b bed been transacted, t meats were served a aud singing were in- t ~.Is next meetin will of hMi Uhler Sadler, I 1 * 0 monthly meeting of r IElmergarten Mother's a h h, at I o'elock d AnnUe. All y sggsd to attend mad all n children are in the a and who are not mem- ti to pttend the meet: Si and L a . HUd oighw for tl a few (ID I Ml stsrmaa b ir hem in S- * ' orge W. a Opaeasp has re s week's stay at tt While there P otf bher annt, Mrs. p1 sad her little to |sbgoms, Jr., and Al week from they had beens th ad - Maulees C trom Pa. whets they have Na ~er01ed. nof "lwse oiles sad ao iMa. Luke Oilles, to Avale Weigman, wi speat an enjoy- the Wlllwerth dt it g returned where she went gq 'the tlafuemse e Ts, H *Hm -eet, was is w1 L r, , a to ama t M Ot th to we l he u lhe esmw lusebra Ms" Mr.l Mtl. i test weath. md at rIll let ye -a" -7 or 0mg ghea a. tloen to Usint g 9sskthe stallatuhg ha th doe touls o of the .8 . etoe Ma in the loese C Cand ll as gives 1at M oat sems - bof m S ijjlaSt1 Y Yesa, I - pr·m3-, RED CIIS IHTES An emergency call for sweaters has come to Branch No. 4. For some time. we have done no knitting. Now we must take it up again and as Algiers has made t record of perfection In m knitting, we expect all our old ex a- perienced knitters who made this rec ord to take up the work Immediately, e, as our aileted time is until December k i. The wool will be distributed at e- headquarters on Friday at tour o'clock. Be sure to get your share. "I The boys have offered all and we d are called upon to do this little. We - can and surely no Algiers woman can, oe In conscience refuse. The following Instructions. In regard e to Christmas packages for the so'diers overseas, have been reedved from the N. O. Chapter. "The time for sending Christmas e packages to the soldiers overseas has been extended to November 28th. They must be in the Branch for inspection ir by November 28th and in the Post Office November 30th." o "Please see positively that no writ s ing or pictures are in the packages." e "In case no label is received by the nearest relative of the soldier, or the a label is mispiced, they can procure 0 one by going to the Home Service, r 804 raver Strqet, about Thursday, L.21st Inst." t "Also the labe's for the soldiers a oversee;s who have no one to fill their e boxes, are at the Home Service, and those whishing to fill a box for one a of these soldiers scan secure one, or * not moke than two, of these labels." Miss 11a M. Rees and Mrs. G. W. a Pol'ock will be at your Branch work I room ,in the K. of C. Home, Tuesday - and Thursday of this and next week, a from four to five p. r, to inspect, wrap and weigh these packages. Although hostilities have ceased. peace is not yet an established tact, and the work of the American Red eCross is not finished by any means. In fact, Int some departments. t is only " beginning, and any shirking now on the part of any of our workers will i seriously handicap the future work of this wonderful organization. hiss wHerbert, Captain of Burgial Dressings, regrets to report that none of her workers showed gp at the work room on Monday of this week. We are working every day, except Sator day and Sunday, and as we have not yet completed the large allotments made us by the N. O. Chapter, we urge all workers to give as generousty of their time now as before hostlitites ceased. It is anpatriotic to alluw oar Interest to lag for one instant as We are Just as much ln the country's service now'r as while the war was In fun swlng. Our work will be needed for some time umeed., as te men who were uvbnd' C ed in the last hattie must have attes everyone to gie as much of her time as possible, so that we can despose of these large allotments. b We have not yet made dae half of the emergency order for 20 81-A C Pads, having 'up to this writing cm plated only 'I4 ilbhfle our October al lotment * 200 2-A Pads remains un- b touched. Duing this week we de'ver ed to the N. O. Chapter 122 81-A Pads. b et's doueble this during the coming C There will be a meeting of the Re4i Cross on Meaday, November 2. Again there is work abr ur able emastresseas of Alers. The aptails of Hospital Garments, Mrs. V. Olivier cails upon her d reliable workers to twae to headquarters to take up the a wek. The cal has come and we Mfel h sure that it wil be answered immba diately. i o OIa KaN ft AeGAIN AT o l Sold lr. Js wsinged se w* short- C ly aftrle tso Tussday overoa sets B to the har e Erwis T. Sasthe, cb Opeleuass.Aure . The new se~lal Is another benneg hab bey as p amud aeltltyas say ladde ever Sand with his happy mother, was eported doing srpleldly. Wedes-, meming whom PasaIswn dsnd t t. he sw1 hab heable vtasted :ti--m may I abaeeu the • s. - A t De to Me e IAils. of A " ler. -ed New Otem, at the Arep Y e gab o inr This Dene to be theo leoverg tvo yth them asa fl eek whele he is statsiued la the L. 8. Navy. The meayriqlnds cof A. . Pleard. nen Mice S'aI'l re _Da to lasrn of her st wich a aed r haomew q Klle ionr v l e' their m at hly i Il at Mrs. kw sf hter Fo o sad aS psis tah Wse p 1:3 e'elehk. Al aembos aren to attend as i will hetes lg of mugh lisart me. . Dwagt balthe lsft WenLay for *ivuna tke on wt her Mhp was so that . M. eaittiasd the - -'h sr-r bbMmI jhtb~~ly '1 ~c WOUNDED YANKEES AT RICHMOND, ENGLAND Many Ameriesa soldiers wounded in the fighting in France art taken to hospitals In England. This picture -hws oome of the Yankees in the bath ward at the South African Military hospital in Riehmoad, England, where the treatmet for septie wounds consists in keeping the patients day and night in a bath at a temperature of 96 TlAB, Ir Asaw P wal I a ... , ........... _.. ..I TIMI LMIT UIEXTiDiE Time limit extension for mailing of Christmas packages to soldiers "over there," and regulations providing for a Merry Christmas for soldiers whose labels have been lost or de layed, are announced by the Ameri can Red Cross. Gulf ,Division. The time limit had been set as Nov. 20, but the regulations issued allow until Nov. 30. The announcement is made in the following telegram from National Headquarters of the Red Cross to the Gulf Division officers here: "War and Postoffice 'Departments will issue order Nov. 15 authorizing extension of mailing date for Christ mas parcels through Nov. 30. War Department has • authorized Amerl can Red Cross to have printed suffi cient additional Christmas labels ex actly similar to those received from abroad to be furnished on request by chapters to individuals who have not received label from abroad or have lost or destroyed it. Appll cants should make statement sub stantially ab follows: 'The under signed hereby makes applecation .to forward to ......... .Organization ....... .Expeditionary forces a Chrsltmas package. The Undersign ed hereby declares that he or she is the nearest relative in the United States of the proposedreciplet that he or she bar not nlvdd a label from abroad and that should such label be received it would not bq used that to the best of his or her knowledge and belief only one Christmas package will be sent the proposed recipient.' This arrange ment is effective beginning Novem ber 21." The extra labels will be printed by the, Gulf Division and sent to chapters of the Red Cress in Louis lana, 'Mlseisslppi and Alabmma, so there W11l be no disappolantment for any Amtewan soldier "over there." UNJOYAIMa EVENING. A cewd of the many friends of Miss Myrtle Stherland gathered at her home, in Pacific Ave., to help celebrate the eighteenth anniversary of her birth. Daneing and games were indulged in and dainty refresh meat were served. Miss Suther lead was the recipient of many hand soe Sifts. Among those present were: Misses Doris Baker, Hasel Cayard, -Mildred Hildebrand, Delia Burmaster, Carrie Hildebrand, Em mna Sutherland, Edith Munsterman, and *rtle Sutherland; Messrs. rmile Hoffman.,Manerice obichaux, Les- Legedrd, Claude iauer, Ihomas Heron. Malpolm Earhardt, and John 1raat. UIS T'O HOD wOnwrL inBiin DHC. 1. The New Orleans Lodge dt=Elks will hold its annual memorial exer ees for members of the lodge who Lied dunle the year, oe Sunday, Do 1, at th Athesnaeum. A es address m S rlNent eoker and a to meoas by the Pbs' )id ad aS a femtre he pfr m, which i to be anasume d-a aer: " n- the s who di dnring this r ad in whose meseaTy .b euser[ wn be eld ae Peteºpp sandl -lr Presser. t -' F +1fr 77-~---- WAITS HIUSII POllJ[C , O O_ AHEAD J~. W. Billingsly, engineer in charge of the housing project at the Algiers naval station, has appealed to the United States -Housing Corporation and officials at Washington to con tinue the work of erecting 250 model cotages as a peace move. Mr. Bil e lingly said that the need of the houses for the employes will be as great in peace as in war. With the naval station as a permanent bhue, many employees will be needed for Srepair work and these employees should have housing facilities. Because of the Housing Corpora tion's activities being confined to war work, orders were issued by the government stopping the -work when t the armistice was signed. MAKE A RECORD CATCH. Mr. and Mrs. John Arnolie, of Doullut's Canal, and one of their guests, made a phenominal catch of fish a few days ago by pole and line in one of the bayous in the vicinity L of Bay Adam. Among the fisher men down there, it is stated that this is the largest catch made in a en gle day by pole and line fishiUg. T3'e etbneatte4dse paratle'dJe. 57 red fish, 10 sheep head, and 15 drum fish. The weight of the en tire catch being in the neighborhood of 450 pounds. Mrs. Arnolle is noted as an expert angler and if there were any medals to be given out for that class of sportsmanship, she would head the list as the deserv ing nae to receive such honors. Mrs. Arnolie also understands the operation of gasoline engines she op erates her own boat, takee her own guests out fishing and is fearless in the watems of Bay Adam, which get very rough at times. NO MARDI GRAS WaHIn OUR BOYS CAMP ON raEwca BATrflMUlAdi, IS DEOCMION. "We have no idea of conducting carnival festivities this season while our boys are still camped upon the battlefields of Prance, with the War Work. Red Cross and Liberty Bond campaigns still before us." was the ultimatum of the members of several carnival organizations 'heh 'met Wednesday night to dhbete the ques tiom of a 1919 Masdl Gra. The di esselon fo'lowed the angestlo of1 Charles Jafvier that such a festiva' would be a fitting celebration of the world paes. PROVIDES ESEB hN M PIW ROLIsAY PMt 8A.ABr. Notification has been received'that theWa! Industries Board has passed a ruling that alb Christmas mercn dile beught feem nw ea may be ex -.8aged up to Jmeasy 4. Bouk oo.ds must be strictly Christmas goods and absolutely will et be eobaged a 1er dle metiapd. tis does t mea that erm t wml he given the astmr for sae re tured mehnadis, but that sald par-] chases ma be ex hped for sene ethe-' merehaudls within the stoi One Nr Or'e store has already adopted this nI BIRTHOAT PARTY One of the most delightful an( principal features of the past weel was the dance given at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brauner, in Pa c!ic Ave., in honor of their charming young daughter, Mildred, the occas, !on being the 16th anniversary of her birth. The home was artistically deco rated with many miniature Amerlcas flags and the flags of the Allied Countries. The chandeliers were draped with large American flags and the patriotic colors were car ried out throughout the evening Dancing and games were indulged in and many vocal and instrumental selections were rendered. Dainty refreshments Were served and all present enjoyed a pleasant evening, Miss Brauner was the reeipient of many handsome and appropriate gifts. Those who participated were: Misses Anita Daigle. Ethel Arcement, Annie Rupp, Anna May Dennls. May O. ,Brauner, IBelle LHotard, Marion Holle. Marion Harris, Herbert Ma lain. Vera Moran, Bertha Aubert, Ellen 'Daly, Hollis Malain, Margaret Holle, Maude Rupp. Leona Asbert, Anna May Brechtel and Mildred Brauner; Messrs. Aubrey 'Bras. Rus sell Moran. Charles Grillot, Gilbert Daigle, Andrew Ernst. Fred John, dMUld -C. Moort U. S. N., Laheh Ernst. Lawrence Butcher, U. 8. N., John Walden, U. 8. N, 1. J. Vichary. U. 8. N., Larry Kern. U. S. N., Chris tian .Brauner. Mrs. J. iHolle. and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. 'Brauner. BIRTHDAY PARTY. On Wednesday. Nov. 13th. Miss Myra murmaster entertained a num ber of her friends at her haome in Teche Street, in honor of the four teenth anniversary of her birth. Dancint was indulged in and dainty ,refreshments were served. Those present were: Misses T'llie Mts, Ieey Clasen, Hearlett 8prada, Doris Baker. Mildred Hil ebrand, Hasel Cayard, Henrietta Miller, Myrtle 8utherland, Carmelite Lecourt. Car rie Hildebrand. Della ,Lillian and Myra Burmaster; Messrs. Earl Cay ard, .Marion Short, John Jones, Wal ter Dupuls, 'Chtbide" Spitstaden, Leon Legendre John Smith. Maurice Robichaux, Thomas Heron. Alton Humphrey, George and "Yenna'" Jones. FOVRTMINTH ANNIVERSAR*. On Saturday, November 18. a sur prise party was tendered Ansel Shirk in honor of the fourteenth anniver. mary of his birth. The party was given at the home of his parents. Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Clark, of $18 Blmira Dainty refreehments were served, games were played ad daneing was indulged In until a late hour. Every one ejoyed themielves ismmessly. Theeo present were eINs Borthe and Oemnveve Cleutat, aes Duepis, Rita sad UIAlm Hildebrent, Leoss Bairnstather, hltas uthedaa/, Etelle ramphre, Osceola and Lesnteus Ca er, Gladys 81rey and Glemser Shirk; Mesrs. John Cleutt, Leslie SlcMahon, Roy Cayard. Alvina HRman, Joseph Poise Clyde Hodges, Re Comeaus, Maleokl Andry, Assel Shirk ad Mr. and Mrs. Clark. UIIITE WAR WORK CAMPAIIG S' hool belin close.d. the war ca,& plign wa,: so.mewhat difficult to( c.,rrv I(, ;t among the schonl chi'dreun llF:I L:iarkin. howevevr, was :llthrcl'/' ed toI lake it in hand and this Icct altIimt assured success. I)ut, to hii usu. 1 inte'ligent and s3s tema tic mciri:ne. micent a large army of Victorv Il\. s and Victory Girls. of which Algi,-r. is duly proud. was oruanizccd. A conmmittee of ladies was appolint ed and the town was can\asseld Iy precincts. Through the diligent anrl untiring labors of these ladies sccarce ly, a school child was not cl'ced upon. The result was admirable and Father Larkin felt satistied that his patriotic efforts were so fruitful. The' report of Mrs. V. Olivier. treasurer oft the committee showed the fol'cwino after being assorted according to schols: Holy Name of Mary 11 pledges. $4S4 amount pledged. Belleville--'!9 pledges. $132 amount pledged. Mr sa )onozh No. 4--64 pledges. $264 amount o'edged. McDonogh No. 5-22 pledges. $110 amount pledged. Adolph Meyer 36 p'edges. $132 amount pledged. Law ton-4 pledges. $20 amount pledged. MIscellaneous 61 pledges. $302. These school lists have been in creased since the opening of school Monday. SOON )TO (WMPLETE ANSES. d MENT ROLI. k President Umbach of the Board of if Assessors said Monday he expects the - work of copying the assessment rolls g for the state tax collector to be com - pleted about the end of the week. f The state tax collector will *be able wo begin to receive state taxes almost as soon as he receives the p books as the tax bills are now pre l pared in advance as Is done in the e city tax department. a State taxes become delnquent af ter January 1. ENGINE, TENDER AND BOX OAR RUN THROUGH DRAW OF CANAL. A locomotive and tender and one box car of a westbound treight tramin on the Southern 'acutlc road piunged through an open draw over company a canal at w estwego Thursday morning at i o'clock and all were badly dam aged. The engineer and fireman L. C. I deason and G. Addinton, respectively, both of Algiers, lumped to safety on the banks of the canaL The accident occurred in a heavy tog and, although I .the engineer applied the brakes, the momentum was too great to prevent the engine from toppling down the ca pal bank. The steamer Hfouma wvas esing' through the canal at the time but was not damaged. MBL. SBTWART STRICKEN. Mrs. James O. Stewart of Pelican Ave., was stricken with apoplexy c Monday night and for a time it was thought that she would not survive through the night, but Tuesday brought a favorable change in her condition. She rapidly regained consciousness and the paralysis of g the right side is passing away. Her b many friends express sincere regrets j of her misfortune and wish her a speedy recovery. . e STEALSB Q(1U S AND CURTAINS Cecile ariueoe, a negro servant, el was Jailed Saturday by Corporal I Hoffman on a charge of dangerous p and suspicious In connection with the theft of lace curtains and wear- tl lang apparel from the home of Mrs. h Jnp. A. Rupp. ,Recorder Goft com- w mitted the woman to three months. U The stolen articles were recovered at the negress' home. DDiAtdSR MUIT OamY POOD RWGULATIONS. Every morchant or dealer who violates any of the rules or regula tions of the Pood Administration after Saturday will have their license revoked, and will not be ale to have it renewed. John M. Parker, federal tood ad minslatrator, announoced Saturday that this had ben determined as the I ely proper couarse to uo by all ad- 4 lowv," eid Mr. Parker, "this does not apply to loations tn the past that are stl pending While the fining system wlH bed away with, thee offenders will be punished." THaUr ABD FAMILY TIMBA. and fltil and interest perva4e LA It is a time when the RI value of T Youth's Companion to Vi the famnly doubly appreciated. It D) srves AlL., every age, because IA youthtulnes he nothing to do wit Ot years, and the paper appealsi to tLI haopefl, the enthusiastic, those wit NI idea's. The Editorial Page is for full- Bt fledged minds, and the Family Pase, Mc Boys' Page, Girls' Page and Special m Features dellght all hands. The L Companion is a frlend, a servant, a re story-tel'er, an Inqformer, a physician Ar and a umorist. It not only stands Je for the best things but it turnishes Cr them. The brightest, the surest and Mu most trustworthy periodical-and Ms known as such for over ninety years vec The family favorite li the homes tea that make America what it is today. Au Although worth much more the Or paper is still $2.00 a year. Or Don't miss Orace Richmond's great tor serial, Anne Exeter, 10 chapters, be- Sp ginning December 1t. Ed The followtn special offer is made Jou to new subsecrbia: He 1. The Youth's Compilon--52 Issues Vi, of 1919. phi 2. All the remaunln weekly Issues po' of 1918. La 2. The Companlan Home calendar as for 1919. * Lo All the above for only $2.00, or you bol --'y ladnn a a_bers. All feeoalr tM. The two la iwsin may be seat to sesrate oCa aduess It desoel a TIED T OWVW' COMPANION, Ad 3c. um-h--' I.- LPW t i SCHOOL NOTES I 1.W : Ili -1 11. "4 Ot S -1i4i)./ . irtI r u' 1 Stu larday t all New to l'Ihe m ri'i4 set:.i.i: w ill begin in ene .l. 1 >uiý It N:j I i o ti Pupils . i ri in iat tlheir t l.- r,,: or as tll f thar·t hour u I be trk ui ed tairtly prlincipals tardy after x:i:,0 iand time hers after N. 11 a. It I oi ning init.rli in oIf fiftien nt ninutes. lU: It-I io." ) \fternoon so-, imi in eleItLentary s(toisch . . 1l' o'cck with 10 minutes relaxation 0: ilintermission. _:1- 2 25, Norinal and high schools will close n atl ;:sl I in. ilours for oneii-lhalf day l, lasses, S.::le* l :iui in the mornirig. h and 1 ::u to ::1li in the afterinoon with the usual interllission. 'he 15 inlillUtes e\tra time for ret ilttionil alnd SSiltuldy, exlusiti of the 11) minilutes to Fiven to physlital education as an aft Srnloon intermisiiclsion, shou'd be distri buted among the several studies( ex cept Ilhysic.il cduciatinl) ill prollor tion to the tiitm alloted to the studies t in the ('ourse of Study. Details given on separate sheet. The new schedulBe became effec tive on Monday, November 15th. l)i d. rections were given by all prin cipals and teachers to the pupils of n the change in schedule, and especially ,I of the time for the beginning of the morning session. The first quarter ended October 8th. The second quarter beginning November lath, ends December 13th; ) third quarter, January 17th; and St fourth quarter and term ends Feb Is ruary 14th. For the second term the quarters end as follows: March 21; April 18th; May 16th; and June 13th. Through error the Geography tent was omitted from the book list of the sixth and seventh grades." e . BILLEVILLE NOTES. When the school opened Monday the girls of Belleville School held "Vic t tory" exercises. The flag was raised and the entire school saluted it. All joined in singing "The Star-Spangled Banner." Miss Harte, the principal, e gave a most impressive and effective n talk, impressing upon the minds of a the girls that we must not be satisfied a only that we have won a great victory, g but that we must stand behind the I boys overseas and see that they are brought back home again. " The girls brought in their pledge cards properly signed, and Belleville Ssubscribed more than her quota in the h great United War Work Campaign. e Owing to the loss of six weeks' it schooling during the influenza epl. demilc, the sehools now open onehalt howr eatl close one-half hour Slater. Miss Ht wishes to empha size the fact that the girls must be in shool at 8:15 o'clock in the morn ing snd remain until 3:30 p. m. Pa rents are asked to kindly assist in this 5 matter and see that all get to school V on time. MeDONOGH NO. ,4 NOTES. 1 Monday morning, Rev. C. C. Weir, SIoutmaster of our district, gave the r boys of McDonogh No. 4, a most en I Joyable and instructive talk on the I "United War Work Campaign." He made an earnest appeal to them to enroll themselves as "Victory Boys" and jive this exceedingly worthy cause their undivided support. Great enthu sm was aroused and ft is I hoped that their average will be 100 liper, cent. Both teachers and pupilse unlte I thankling this gent'eman for his help, which he so willingly gave to wards fostering this great patriotic movement. MeDONOGH NO. 8. The childrea of McDonoeh No. 5 school are very much interestod in the Ualted War Work Campaign and a large number atve Joined the patrkiote syrm. Tholh the enroll ment Incdus small chlidren, many of them aro going to earn to give. The larger boys have boo sveu work in the bi school yard. There wtll be trimming of hedpges, cuttlg grass and getting the garden In shape for sirlng plating. The boys Satur days will not be Idle for weeks to some. To dte the amoa pledged is $169.59. a very ratifyig resunlt from such mall youngstes. The amount is the reault of the pledges of the following. Willim Crane Peterson, Anna Peres, John Almsn, Salvadore eSchel led, Hubert Aubert, Mary Wolverton, Leola Adams, Eame Roamano, Leo Rg, Elma Jorden, Albert Burmaster, Virginia Domna, Bardine Despax, Delonue Vltter, May Barton. H19. Lejeme, Leona Navillon. Cathee Glustano, Catherine Barton, Jo La Bells, Martin 81tchler a1s Nicklaus, Clifford Beymour. Carroll Bond, Henry Holt, Giassie Wolverton, Mabel Murray. Paulne Materlioh EI ma Trotter Ethel Lathemr. Mary L. Dunbar. Rllce Aubert~ Maxin Bur ges. Alexis Richards, len Levy,. Arthur King. Sam Otalano. Fred Jeanfrean, Theodore Ory. Matilda Crawford. LucLi Barton, Mildred Mackentosh. Pretiee Spence. Olive Marlborough. Edna Ede, Ousale Wol verton, Pauline Materllch, Alma Trot ter, Ethel Leatbem. Maxin Burgilse. Alexis Richards, Arthur King. Sam Ortalano, Fred Jeanfran, Theodore Ory, MatPda Crawford. Ilcfle Bar ton. Mildred MBackintosh. Prentice Spence, iye Marlborough Edna Ede, Edna Miller, Irma Lee Sutherladd, Joseph Walters. Ernest Richter, Herman Diket, Walter Packard, John Vlinet,'Edward Neafus. Wallace Mac pherson, Roy Macpherson. Joe Tr po'lnl, Cecil Hotard, Andrew Bowers, Louai Breaux, William Gahn. Mae Bob nar, Isabel King, Violet Jordon, Mary Lolise la Bells, Ernest Dufour. Sohple Miller. Francis North, Gertrade Martlaes, Hilda Smith, Altos Spence. Rancis Waiters, Martin Sketchler, Louls Niek'au., Clifford Seymour. Carroll Band, Mabel Murray, Mary LouIe Dnbar,. Mrs. Dunbar, Alle A nbert, 3.k Le. Uoyd Slathe, 'IIIm Clasme. Jack ~Elwy Heu. LTwamee quartame,.