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for taxes. Help remove WAR SAVGS STAMP tax ISSUED BY THE 1 b*d t· r UpbIUdlM g o teo Wed Side se te RIur. "A very live and ereditable weekly .wapapr.-MANUPACTUREI RECORD. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ~ XXVI. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1919. No. 38. ~~~- _ .~ ... ._ _ _u nnm unun nalu u SONALS ;I ORTHERWISE .. riends of Miss Thel t will be glad to learn S- convalescing from a se 1 posUt of the influenza. , Wger Lambert was visiting last week, Ithe guest of lti_ Mrs. Joseph Brauner mi , in Pacific Avenue. iL acc.4 Mrs. Sidney V. Lacoste Fa home from Baton enJoylng two weeks at of the former's parents. entertained the Clb last week. The suc eru" owere Mrs. C. V. Kraft iiH T. Malone. Mrs. R. received the consolation. _ . eeting will be at the Mrse. Tansey. . id Mrs. Wesley Hicks, of avemao, have the sympathy end friends in the loss . by the death of their in - or, Juanita Catherine, Sb Wrlted Saturday afternoon. -- the delegates named by Jrman to represent New at the National Rivers and onagress to be held in following from our district: J A. Garland, Capt. W. F. W. B. Ward, and Jno. P. XC. t Camp No. 579, Wood *aWorld, will give a moon L -'lon on the steamer Sid tad the members - ex t it rtain a large crowd of $Imds, A. Hubener, chair Sg A. C. 'Duplan, ex-officio, *lr associates of the commit artgfuagements are working * make the outing a success >t1ef who attend can feel as $ a delightful evening's past ,.ies Louis R. Goebel return Cmp Seauregard, La., Sun $he eaeluslon of the exercises lif week at the Boy's High ~UHI Whitmore, son of Lienut. riLt oebt. Whitmore, was pre |Yth a certificate for his a onea of the junior four-min rlg 0the Christmas Red (Cl. Ule Mary Gillin is conva pa attack of the influ 8mith left Sunday for Jpce, Eros and Breaux iesm laterest of the Wood Lsrri Dixon of Slidell eonalned to his bed but the family are all .. Stumpf left Sunday for La., to spend a week with , Mrs. George McDuff. t ends of Mrs. Lou!s Wf be glad to learn Ahe from the Hotel Dieu and the baby are doing Krs,. Walter Frisch are their friends at 416 Labit came in Monday to spend a short fur l4tive.. Mr. Labit has I*r r s several times. C&alabre returned Sun s aes, having been hon from the U. 8. S'No. 8, Woodmen of 1Q net hoel the post Msaday night, as Commander Ma5eng that the next ones the third Thurs The calling off ieetiag was due to the la progress. e~ten /of the U. 8. 8. hay night for Nor speding two weeks Nun. Jeff DeBlanc. Stewart and Hy. for Bay Adam, m. Bablin and chil d home after en ' stay in Napo Babin was em lakald is still ill left Monday for th8. 8. Chalmette. ahtors 'will hold 2nd. It will one, as 'Miss irsnt. GARMENTS FOR RED CROSS E BY REFUGEE WOMFN IN FRANCE I e~ , ml Y ! ,SOI r. k , WEDDING BELLS. MATTHEY-ZERINGUE. On Wednesday, January 15th, the marriage of Miss Vivian Zeringue to 'Mr. Wm. L. Maithey, was quietly celebrated at the home of the bride in erret St., Rev. T. J. Larkin officiating. HARRIS-MILLER. Last Wednesday, at Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church, Miss Celie D. Har ris, of Algiers, and Arthur G. Miller. of McDonoghville, were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. S.eL. Vail. Miss TilHe Harris, Geo. Maubert and Beauregard Mil ler were the attendants. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of ,the groom, where many relatives and friends gathered to extend congratulations. They were recipients of many lovely presents. The couple have 'taken up their residence in McDonoghville. HINTZ-DIMM. Miss Martha Hintz and Mr. Henry Dimm of the city were quietly mar ried on January 16th. by Rev. J. P. Quinius. They are residing in the city. Will Leave On Mine Sweeper. Willie Whitmore. son of Lieut. and Mrs. R. F. Whitmore, will leave in a few days on the ,Mine Sweeper Swan, the destination is probably some port in Russia, on the Baltic Sea. Young Whitmore has been made a petty officer in charge of one of the watches. He has also made application for his papers as second engineer. Misses Ella Hotard and Margary Drumm spent the week-end at Glos ter, Miss., and Wilson, La. The American Red Cross Chapter Np. 4. will hold their monthly meet ing on Monday at the K. of C. Hall. Mrs. F. Hogooven entertained the Matron's Club this week. The suc cessful players were Mrs. F. Ho gooven, Mrs. O. Aycock, and Mrs. ,C. V. Kraft. Mrs. S. Boylan re ceived the consolation. At the next meeting, ,Mrs. MoK. Vezien will en tain at the home of Mrs. L. Gisch. The Friday Night Euchre Club -net at the home of Mrs. Sam Boylan. The successful players were Mrs. C. V. tFrisch, Mrs. L. DeLaup and Miss Clairia Rlahards. Mrs. G. 1W. Pol lock received the consolation. Mrs. Hy Acker will entertain at the next meeting. ,Mrs. E. Taylor was a visitor to Mrs. Mary Waller last week. Mr. S. J. Hogan returned from Buffalo, last Monday. Mr. ,D. Dieze, of S. S. Alafara, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tompson, last week. The many friends of Mrs. Mary Waller will be glad to learn that she is convalescing at her home in Pelican Ave. Mrs. H. J. Tompson entertained at a lotto party Sunday evening. Those present were Mrs. C. Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Kucera, Mrs. C. H. Hoke, Mrs. S. J. Hogan, lMiss I. Hoke, Miss I Hogan and Mr. P. Bonner. On last Thursday, Jan. 23rd, a jolly crowd met at the home of Miss Vivian L(Blanc, in Belleville St., the occasion being the anniversary of her birth. Dancing was indulged in and dainty refreshments were serv ed. Rev. J. A. Petit *as a visitor to Pass Christian this week. Mr. Chas. Brownlee went to Long Beach Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother, the late Jno. Brownlee. Mr. EMdwin C. Kohn of Pointe-A La-Hache, La., was in town on a busi ness trip this week. Mr. Harry McNeely of Covington, La., is spending a few days in Algiers on business. Mrs. Jno. Ford of Covington, La., is the guest of Erminine Hopper for a few days. Miss Kate Predericks, of Luling, La., a niece of Mrs. F. Berthelot is very ill at the Presbyterian Hospital. Mrs. John T. Koester of Bouny St., is reposted serionsly ill with double FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF RETREAT OF BEATEN HUNS ~, ..~/.X.Y*A : The'hoe phot,)grnph9 art, the first to reach Amnerica show ing the defeated German armies retreating toward their own borders, tired and dejected. In the lower one are seen oxt carts taken troni the occupied regions and used for transport service. I·:·:· j: 9tiiý";y · ý :··· ?: ný,rpoy:·x 1 1 ! 11 1 1 ` 1 1 11 : 1 1 1 " 1 / 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Police To Bring In All Who Spit Upon Sidewalks. Upon the request of Dr. William H. Robin, superintendeint of public health, Superintendent of Police Frank T. Mooney has issued instruc tions to the police urging them to be especially watchful of violations of ordinances prohibiting spitting upon the floors and platforms of street cars and in the cabins of ferry-boats. In a letter to the police superin tendent, Dr. Robin says: "This ordinance belrg a sanitary ordinance does not come directly under your department ,but we be lieve that if one or two affidavits were made against the offenders by a police officer, and, conviction ob tained, the disgusting and dangerous habit would soon be stopped, for which reason we hope to obtain from your department effective aid." Dr. Robin also called attention to the fact that a conductor of a street car who does not report an offen der becomes a party to the viola tion. HAPPY TO BE FREE AGAIN These returned prisoners from Ger" many are mocking the German gooeq step for the benefit of their comrade( at the North Falls Meadow camp4 Dover, to which they have returneq after many hardships in the Germaq prisons. They are seen with theit German souvenir helmets on thel4 heads enjoylng their own imitation aq much as the other men. Birth of Standard Time. It was 85 years ago that standar4 time was born in the United States, Before tdis date travelers from Boes ten and Washington needed to change their watches five times to keep un to date. There were over half a huas dred standards used in the Unite4 States and Canada, between the Ati latic and the Pacde. At noon oq 'November 18, 1868 there was a una vursal resetting ed daelocks In an rt ed the United Staes and Canada. the tour great time someo eth American eontient is d ae into esistme. "Was I rdoe this afternoot' a ~ eMe asked her mother. 'I hoe nt, m dsar, Mid thq Litt.e Ot--Wel, my teacher wa !ad *i asked why lA the bar a am the brnai drek ad I said be i t a was too bet r himD to it .don; ed se mde a m4t s the ,.9ben-aeari seenses,· Mayor Appointed One of Big Five. Behrman Nap!'d On National Com mittee to Finance B aterways. Mayor Behrman was appointed Thursday morning as one of a na tional committee of five members to urge the United States govern ment to appropriate a sufficient sum within the next five years to provide a great system of connected initernal waterways which will furnish ade quate transportation relief to, a large part of the country and to unite the various waterways associations to accomplish this end. The mayor will go to Washington February 5 to con fer with the committee and discuss questions of vital moment to New Orleans. Bonner Home Gets Bequest. The John Bonner Home on the Lower Coast was remembered in the will of Miss Kate Donalson, which was filed for probate last week. She left $10 to the Home. Seamen of Naval Station To Man Hun Ships. Five hundred ad~men from the Algiers Naval Station will help man America's allotment of German ships in the transportation of troops from France home, it was learned Satur day. Captain Gilbert T. Chase, of ficer in charge of the local receiving ship, has received orders to transfer all available men to the receiving ship at New York. From there Ithey will put the vessels in shape for transport service. 'Entertain at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Amuedo en tertained at dinner on Sunday. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Souque and daughter, Myrtle, 4f New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. A. Royal Amuedo, Miss Verna Amuedd, Mrs. H. L. Amuedo, Mr. Ernest De lucky, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Amuedo, and little Florence Wingerter. Mayor Behrman on Hunting Trip. Mayor Behrman, who left New Orleans Monday morning for a two day visit to Lake Charles, La., ar rived in the latter city Monday af ternoon, and immediately left on a hunting trip down the Calcasieu river, the guest of J. W. Gardiner. r1 oI S .3ct ,..r _.,,... r.,,,,.0: Friday Last Grace Day For Automobile Licenses. Automobile owners who fail to purchase their 1919 licenses before Saturday will be arrested by the po lice and charged with violating the state act relative to bperating an automobile without the proper li cense. This announcement wad made Saturday by Police Superinten dent Mooney, who added that there were a great many persons who have neglected to comply with the law. The city ordinance which requires headlights and taillights on all au tomobiles is being violated, accord ing to the head of the police depart ment. and he has instructed his mo tocycle squad to arrest all violators. Dance at K. of C. Hut. On Tuesday night, a most enjoyable dance was given at the Knights of Co lumbus hut at the Naval Station. It was attended by a large crowd of young folks from our town, as well as some from the city. Mrs. Philip Schoen chaperoned the young ladies from the city. The music was furn ished by the Naval Station Jazz Band. Mr. M. S. Rigg, the general secre tary of the K. of C. war activities, was in charge was present and look ed after the young folks. These dances are patronized by our best people and are looked forward to with great pleasure by the young folks. The following were present Tues day night: Misses Mary Brown, Olivia Bowers, Mable Comeaux, Clare Cas sidy, Janette Calvin, Mary Collins, Lilburn Capbern, Malvina Dwyer, El nona Duby, Mae Duke, C. Emig, B. Fabares, Florence Forrest, Katy Fitz gerald, Nettle Forrest, Finnerty Beryl, Chris Giblin, Hazel Glepert, Zita Giepert, Reitta Gates, A. Gerrets, Christine Giblin, Elma Gouner, Lois Gravois, Ermine Hooper, Belle Hotard, R. Hinderlange, Beatrice Hilly Cora Isabel, Zema Jadlin, Annie Johnson, E. Kennedy. Florence Luck, Dorothy Muartagh, Cornelia Murphy, Ada Malone, Mamie Morrison, Mamle Nichols, Richard Noble, Nelson Erthel, Agnes O'Connor, Cleo Platt, Theresa Platt, Alma Peyoe, Elinor Rooney, Gladys Rooney, lone Rooney, G. Robachaux, Adele Rousselet, Rita Rousselet, A. Riodan, Alva Salathe, Stassie. Madaline Spahr. Mrs. Charles Non Sadler H. K. Spense. Lottie Spahr, Camile Spahr, Camille Smith, Gladys Sirey, Faye Stumpf, Catharine Stumpf, Ernestine Stockfelth, Elma Vallette. Clare Wilson, Carrie Wagner, Pansy Watkins, Josephine Digby and Anna Digby,' Dolly and Edwina Hewitt, Miss Lillian and Myrtle Heft. RED CROSS. This week marks the end of our splendid record as workers in the historic Red Cross Society. In the surgical dressings class the attendance has been very gratifying and it seems that the end will show a good spirit. It is hoped that all members will continue their interest during the few remaining days. We have completed 1813 2-A pads with a remainder of 187 of our allotment of 2000; and 337 of our 81-A pads with a remainder of 45 of our allot ment of 400. The weekly output of finished articles exceeds any for many weeks past. The Hospital Garments department has continued earnest work to the end. There are still a few garments due, and workers are arged to return them as soon as possible. The knitting department is nod settling affairs. Some knttters have not beeu beard from recently. All thosa hav sweaters are murged to return them medIately. Those hav ing word from the first distribution, are remianded that it must be returned to bdeuarters before Janury 31. Ir dotar part, rturn finished or 9ameskdd arutlles and al wool to toer dapartmet. SCHOOL NOTES Belleville Notes. The children of Belleville s-,hool take pleasure ,in wearing the I'uO lii School Savings ('lub button. ti show that they have become a menr her of that club. Belleville calue ini fifth last week, ending Jan. :2 . tie positing $27.:37. lli'Donogh No. I came fourth, with $32.12. The school depositing the most was lIc Donogh No. 15. whose deposit t as $151.7'2. The pupils of the Eighth A Grade visited the High Schools last Fri day. Those who visited the Sophie i. Wright school had the pleasure of an entertainment. They have decided upon their courses. The influenza situation has im provbd greatly among the children. and they are back at school trying hard to be promoted in February. The fourth quarter ending Feb. 14. finishes the first term. Secondl term begins February 15th. Parents should be getting beginners ready for prompt admission. Chil dren are considered eligible for kindergarten, whose fourth birth day falls before April 1st. and. those children whose sixth birthday is before that date are considered eligible for 1st grade B. McDonogh No. 4 Notes. We are glad to note that many of our boys and all of our teachers, who were on the sick list have returned and the attendance is steadily ap proaching its normal state. We hope to improve in health and become strong, so that excellent work may be accomplished before the date of promotion. The boys are now busily engaged in making screens and sewing tables for the Red Cross. They do this work during their Manual Training period. Malcolm Manent donated a machine for showing enlargements of slides. post cards and pictures. This will be a great help in our Georgraphy work and we thank Malcolm for his thoughtfulness. Last Thursday evening, McDonogh No. 4 took a trip to the Wiltz Gym nasium. Our 59-inch base ball team played a game with the corresponding team from No. 3. The score was 28 7, in favor of our home tear. We intend to repeat this outing in the near future. Surprise Party. On last Thursday evening, Miss lone Hoke was tendered a surprise party by a number of her friends at her home in Delaronde St. The evening was spent in dancing and games of all kinds were played. Marcour's Band furnished the music for the dancing. During the course of the evening dainty refreshments were served. Those present were Misses lone Hoke, Eleanor 'Risher, Jennie, M. and C. Risher, Louise Miller, Edna, May, Dorale and Adele Verneuil, Rita Das tague, Rana and Marguerite Ortett, Daisy Kestler, and Isabell Hogan, Messrs. C. Lyons, L. Rischer, R. Horn, R. Miller, C. Bixler, H. Koh ler, J. Guess, 4. Diaz, J. Lowe, H. J. Tompson, J. H. Walters, and H. Bouby, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. O. Stewart, 'Mrs. C. Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. H. Vogt. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. F. Kucera, Capt. and Mrs. C. H. Hoke, Mr. and ,Mrs. H. J, Tomp son, Mrs. M. Waller, Master Carliss Kucera and little Mary Louise Hog an. Nearly Robbed Safe. On Tuesday night an attempt was made to break into the safe at the Folly Theatre. The outer door was opened by working the combination and the inner door was nearly de stroyed by the use of a chisel and hammer. The whole Job seemed to be a Joke on the burgler, as it re quired only a few more licks from the expert who came to repair the safe, to open the inner door, where the receipts of the evening before would have been available. No evi dence was found where the yeggs en tered the Theatre and it is through that they perhaps had secreted themselves in the house during the show. There is no clue. WOUNDED SOLDIERS ON THEIR WAY TO SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT The Amrle Mae Ceos provides an emntertanment eery Sunday after' aesn for the wunoia In the big concert ball at the Dartford hospital' near Landon, wherem ato the men from the Gulf dtvision have been seat is teeppetate frees thei weinds. Do your share toward making these soldier r who have "t~St fir yo happy b. responding to the Chr i nas ro a0q t the Airsas se C . OBITUARY H.ss.--On \Vednlt.sday. Jan 1 o'':ock a. ni.. John iinry .;. hui ihandl o"f tillti lt'llatu, iil, . 1. ,t :'ineral took pi l e Tlhurd.tay t',':' nloiol flron hi- iat' re.i!'t n l . ei - l .o'rr.-t St. l t' I .:: i nt '. i :i St .a .: I, Ithu I: " ''Iiie'te'V. 1ohr-- On Thursdi .y, Jan. ..r.1. Miss M.arie .Mnhr died. at the astye o :hirty-five years. l)e a',seid well known here. having h,-en teaclh er in cooking at Helleville School aidl also was here last stutnlier in 'onneition iwith the work done at the tCanning Club. Kiulilt -Geoirge Koholt. age :1 years, formner ('onstableh of the See ond C'ity ('o lrt. and at one time eon gaged in the livery houine.s. died at. 8 o'clock Friday mlorning a.: i i home, 220) Newton street, after a': illness of several weeks. Mr. Ki bolt suffered all attack of influenza during the epidemic last fill an I never recovered front its ill effect.. fie leaves. a \ife. one son and a stop dlaughter, besides his widowed mother arid several si:ters and brothers. The fu neral took place at 2:: 0 o'clock Saturday afternoon. interment being in ,Mel)onogh Cemetery. Mr. Kobolt \\as a nlember of 'rescent Lodge No. :. Knights of lvythias. and also of Orange ('amp No. S. Woodmuen of the World. Bruplbacher-On Monday. Jan. 27th, at 1:55 o'clock p. m., Dewey H. Brupbacher died. Deceased, who was the son of Ozia Troseclair and the late Emile Brupbacher, was born in New Iberia. He had resided in Al giers for two years. The funeral took place Tuesday. Jan. 28th. at 3 o'clock, from the funeral parlors of Jno. A. Barrett, 705 Pelican Ave. Interment was in Greenwood Ceme tery. Daly-In San Francisco, on Jan. 10th, 1919. William J. Daly, beloved husband of Edna M. Daly, a native of Algiers. The funeral took place Monday, at 9:15 a. m. Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Peter's church at 9:45 a. m. Interment private, in Holy Cross Cemetery. The deceased Is survived by his wife and a son, Harold, who are dangerously ill, his mother, Johan na Daly, widow of the late Martin Daly, four brothers, Thomas F., John C., Martin E., and Valentine J. Daly and two sisters, Mrs. J. W. Griffin and Mrs. F. R. Prince He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, No. 26, and Divis ion No. 28 Railway Employees. Brownlee ---On Sunday, John Brownlee died at Mobile, Ala., at Ithe age of sixty-seven years. De ceased was born here, but left Al giers in 1899. 'He was employed as a machinist with the Southern Pacific Co., for many years, and has many friends here who will learn of his death with regret. He was a brother of Chas. H. Brownlee and Mrs. Mike McMahon of our town. Deceased is survived 'by two sons, two step-daaghters, and one step son. The funeral took place Tues day. Interment taking place at Long Beach, Miss. Fabares-On Saturday, at 8:30 o'clock p. m., Bertha Duan, wife of Alfred Fabares, died, at the age of twenty-one years. Deceased was born in Pointe-a-La-Hache, and had resided here for the past five months. The funeral stook place from the Fa bares home, 210 Verret St., the re mains being shipped to Pointe-a La Hache for burial. Bayne-On Thursday, at 12:40 o'clock a. m., Lila May Williams, wife of L. Bayne died. Deceased was born in Marshal!, Texas, twenty years ago. The funeral took place Friday afternoon from her late resi dence, 328 Pelican Ave. Interment was in McDonoghville Cemetery, Caina-On Sunday last, Fred Cain, husband of Lilllian Hill, died. De ceased was born in Wisconsin, thirty two years ago. He was employed here at the Southern Pacific shops as machine man for many years.