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XXVI. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THU!SDAY. JULY 10. 1919. No. 9. SONALS I1 :1' OTHERWISE - J. Lewis entertained the Afternoon Euchre (lub last The successful players were '. Pollock ( playilg for Mrs. Mrs. C. V. Frisch, and Mrs. Adams. Mrs. Lewis receiv .-4olation ThLe next meting - the home of Mrs. C. V. 'Alireda Golden is spending her sister, Mrs. E. Price gBae, La. "Poers, C. C. Aultinan and are making an extended t west. From here, they *. fl prings, where they spent Before returning they will agenfto, Cal., Portland, Ore., Tex. They expect to two months. Aug. Schabel, E. J. Mothe, Caova, Jas. O. Stewart, I)r. Jeams and Dr. C. V. Kraft aw days at Bay Adams on a Slst week. gSegoven of Raceland, spent p4 here last week with his -Jgghter.ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. French canme over fromn Park for a few days last "sM Brookes spent the week lertease Park with her aunt. .. French. Minerva Bennerfield has re a her home after a month's *e guest of Mrs. J. Heindel. hdis and little daughter, 1'r returned to their home in gs, after spending a few with Mr. and Mrs. Walter lag. Duffy left Monday for New York and Portland, w Heindel is spending a tMandeville, the guest -L Cunningham, Sr., returned La., on Monday accom his daughter, Grace, after kIke in Algiers. La., the of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Jr. Cnnlngham left Mon I,(yette, La., to spend the guest of her grandfather. ham, Sr. '$t A. E. Schneider and Louise, returned Sunday after a month's stay s mother, Mrs. Louise itepert left Saturday for to be gone a month. she will visit De Lakes, Buffalo, Niagara L Hebert of Napoleon uanounced the coming their daughter, Anaise 'Lusignan a bopular and iabger ,of Algiers and a '-A Mrs. C. Lusignan of Avenue. The young "p make Algiers their and daughters and Cross, left Thurs La., 'on a visit to and little son, James, Michalls of Lake t-dg some time in 'Margaret Handley left )r home in Patterson, awhile with the Ia Beguin Street. Jamlucas of Chicago is here with her mother anld Frances Dulcich last week with their ithe n McLellanville. innehl came in Friday tYork on business. Olsen of the Am U1. S. A., has been from the army. came from France, . lSm h active service. (formerly Miss t our town) is here visit to relatives. returned Sunday eek with her aunt, iad Mr. Alex Lux ioxi with relatives. Sh-Cup left Sunday ille for his health. :lthCup and children to spend awhile Dummuth. .Fiannigan and *.ghter, Hortense have been visiting t Belleville Street. Inr their home. left last Wedne I Abilta Springs, Fw days here with M. Gendusa is r, the guest rtrude Wor and children for New York. ipent Sunday at ter, Mrs. Jos. Yinen by the Orange & 'w., at Elct9 Sand social suc SDot, and Mas *sent the week and uncle, Mr. th speuding some , the guest of hseat the MOST INTERESTING PROGRAM During the coming convantion of Advertising Clubs at New Orleans, the following program has been ar ranged: Famous old places and faces in a gigantic pantomine and pageantry taking you back to the New Or leans of 1803 when in the old Span ish Cabildo the Louisiana Purchase was signed, browsing along through historic Jackson Square, the old Spanish Arsenal, the St. Louis Cath edral, the Pontalbo Building, the coffee shops and bazaars-meeting at the old French Market people garbed as they were in olden times and impersonating the famous char acters of that decade. All this will be shown you on Monday night, September 22nd. On Tuesday, the 23rd, the period of 1860 will be pictured and repro duced on the river front-steam boats loading cotton, picturesque old cotton planters, levee scenes niggers singing at their work or picking the banjo as they loaf by the water front, and it is even hinted that one or two duels may be staged for your benefit. All along the river the scenes of 50 years ago will be vividly portrayed. On Wednesday night the 24th you will be entertained at the New Or leans Country Club with the third spectacle of the series picturing "New Orleans in 1919"-the me tropolis of the South battling its way to the forefront of American cities. BREAKS ARM. On Tuesday, July 8, while playing and jumping a fence, Salvador Schel leci, age 14 years, Bouny street, caught ,his foot in the pickets and fell and broke his arm. Dr. J. E. Pollock attended him. 'Monday night. flPhe successful players were, Mrs. G. Pollock, Miss T. 'Brunner, Mrs. Wassamitn, and Mrs. D. Murtagh. Mrs. J. Collins received the consolation. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss T. Brunner. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunn and family left Wednesday night for a two weeks stay in *Milneburg. Mrs. A. Dupuis and daughter. Inez, left Monday for Galveston, on' a short visit to the former's brother. :Mr and Mrs. R. E. Boylan and family, of Gulfport, Miss., were vis itors here for a few days. Mrs. Boylan and 'baby left for Chicago afterwards. Mrs. John Heindel and Miss Mi nerva Bennerfield visited the "Step Light" Camp in Milneburg, the guests of Mrs. Louis Zinc and Mrs. Weckerling. Mrs. Jos. Duffy and baby spent a few days in Algiers, visiting her sister, Mrs. Verret. Mr. R. A. Tansey left Monday for Chatawa, for a short stay-with his wife and little daughter. ,Miss Ada Malone returned Mon day from Montgomery, Ala., after having spent a .imouth there, ~the guest of 'Miss Margaret Preiss. Miss Lilburn Capburn is visiting relatives in Morgan City. 'Mrs. F. 'Hoogoven entertained the Matrons Club Tuesday afternoon. The successful players were Mrs. Sam Boylan, Mrs. O. Aycock and Mrs. W. Lagarde. Mrs. L. F. Glasch re ceived the consolation. The next meeting woill be at the home of Mrs. B. Nelson. Mlsses Claire and Nirma Keenan were among the party on board the yacht "Alexandria,"' the guests of Hon. M. L. Alexander and family. rMrs. T. Rooney and daughter, Eli nor, are spending a wrhile in Morgan City, visiting relatives. James Adams left for Baton Rouge after spending-a few days with his sister and ,brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Lngarde at 216 A1X street. 'Miees Mary and Juastfine Koch, Katherine Lynch, Camille Mich~ell, Cleora Keenan and Elizabeth Mc Donald were week-end visitors at Ohatawa, Miss., the guests of Mrs. B. C. Quin. -Mr. Milton Marcour, pianist for the Maroour's Jazz Orchestra, has left for Biloxi, Miss., with the famous Jazzss 'Band fyom the West End Tav ern. Mr. and Mrs. J. ,B. Miller of Peli can avenue, have returned from La fayette, where they attended the fu neral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Martin Luther 'Miller, aged 19 years. Mrs. M. L. Miller has been married only two weeks, and before her mar riage, ,was Miss Celeete Dupuls of lafayette. The Blue Jackets Social Club will entertain their friends this Tharsday night at the Avenue Dancing Acad emy. The Navy Harmony Jazz Band will furnish music, and a large at tendance is expected. Mrs. L. O. laudelin left Wednes day for Chattanooga, Tenan. Little Miss Monica 'Brown is spend ing her vacation in Pascagoula, Miss., with relatives. Miss Florence Lecourt left Satur day for St. Louis, Mo., to be the guest of the Streckfus family. Later, Miss Lecourt will visit relatives in Detroit and New York City. I Master Stanley IBrown Is spending gtest of relatives. Mrs. 8. D. McNeely ual aldrea are spending a fortnlga with rele tig in Bay St. Lols. 'the 3echkrLCtl met last week at the home of Mrs. J. Woeley. The successful players were, Mises a lame Kappler, Sadie OGrlmud an Katie OSrlen. Mr.. H. Hm(abert ceived the coasolartion. sThe net Smeetng 'will be at the beo of Mim Stella Abribat. SWagmer V. Tivrut et e 142 t eldt ArtWary, who bag speat tirtea s menanth Inme war a risla to m. a~a .slb r yamf . we ais ubH ~ Is- ']1~Cl4; rlW U. S. MARINETTES IN DRILL FORMATION .. 411 The .'tNI miarinettes of the United States marine corps who tire stationed in Washington have perfected their drill so that their appearance either singly or its drill formation excites the admiration of visitors to tthe capital. They are regularly enrolled in the corps as reserves, and though they are assigned to clerical duty they are under the same dislipline as men. They wear practically the same kind of uniform, but for their skirts, and even do police duty. This picture shows them in drill formation back of the White House. p PHYSICIANS PREDICT RECOVERY OF ROSS Schooner ('aptain, Beaten During Fight, Inproving at Hospital. Although his skull is fractured as the result of an alleged beating given him Monday afternoon by Charles Bostrum, 42, 326 Bouny street. James 'H. Ross, in charge of the' schooner Captain Beauchamp, still. has a good chance to recover, ac cording to physicians at the Charity Hospital Tuesday morning. Phy sicians reported he had regained consciousness and his pulse had re turned almost to normal. The alleged affray between Cap tain Ross and Bostrum took place at Pelican avenue and the river front. Witnesses say, according to the po lice, Bostrum repeatedly struck Cap tain Ross while he was lying on the ground in a semi-conscious condition. Bostrum denied this, asserting he used a club but once and as a mea sure of self-defense. Bostrum 1pid the police the trouble between hm-and Captain Ross start ed a month ago over some money. He said he had worked on the cap tain's schooner as a carpenter for a. stipulated time and wage. When the time came for him to be paid, Bostrum alleges, Captain Roas de manded a part of the wage. Bos trum said he refusdd the captain any part of his money, whereupon, in front of several witnesses, Captain Ross declared he would "get" him. -Bostrum said the meeting Monday afternoon was unexpected. He said he barely had time to snatch a stick when Captain 'Ross was upon him. He only struck the captain once, he asserts. Following the finding by 'Captain I Wheatley, of the Eighth Precinct, of Captain Ross' body lying where he had fallen, Bostrum surrender to the police. Captain Wheatley said the will be charged with assault, beat ing, and wounding. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER. On last Saturday night at the home of Mrs. J. S. Carroll in Verret Street, a very pretty miscellaneous shower was given Miss Katherine Carroll by her sister, Mrs. F. R. Averill. Just before the shower, the house was in total darkness, but as the bride elect came up the steps, strains of the wedding march, played by Miss ]rene Laskey, were heard, and as Miss Carroll entered the parlor, the lights were suddenly turned on and the young bride found herself in the midst of many of her friends. She was led to a beautiful ward-robe trunk, a gift of her fiance, which was stored wmtn the gifts of all her friends. The home was prettily decorated in pink and white crepe paper and pink and white crepe myrtles. Music was rendered by several young ladies and Mr. Justin PuJol, Mr. .W. E. Condell and Mr. Ed. Wheelahan, the two lat ter of the city, obliged the company with several vocal selections. Ice cream and cake and punch were serv ed. Those present were Misses Jennie Chetta, Philomena Chetta, Thelma Rooney, Ellen Marone, Irene Laskey, Claire Wilson, Theresa Platt, Naomi Williams, Katie Turabull, Thelma Johnson, Cora Hauff, Philo Velac, Messrs. Justin Pujol, E4. Kennedy Ed. Wheelahan, Mr. W. E. Condell, Mrs. H. T. Malone, Mrs. Chas. E. Dickey, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. eondell, Mrs. Arthur Rula, Mrs. Tom Entwistle. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leslie Carter, Mrs. A. Ruiz, Mrs. Doris Gilman. Mr. and Mrs. P. K.RAvrlll, Mrs. J. S. Casrrol and little Alton Averill CAEB cUTiNG. On last Tuesday night at the homee of Mr. sad Mrs. John Perovich at Blmira Avenue sand Eilsa street, MIss Loase Maybeno tinvited a sum ber of her young ruleds to wtam the cutting of and to partake of h oat the cake and the slies were -s tributled. Other danty refreshmints were eerved. Music was rnfashed an dancing blwed. * These iment wae Misses Dab Baker, rmr a Mird EM. bran-, Myras and dde armst., rnrsMne SLous, LoIs M-r6 *mo; Mra damc e Oa soe ~ --_CwM ·lal MARRIAGES. STOH LER-BAIRNPASFTH El. The marriage of Mr. Lee Alvin Bairnsfather and Miss Mary A. Stol her took place very quietly on the 28th of June at St. Vincent De Paul hurch. The bride was dressed in a charming pink crepe de chine dress. with hat to match, and carried a beautiful bouquet of pink carnations. The bridesmaid, Miss Oliver Tuluer, was dressed in blue crepe de chine with hat to match and carried a bou quet of white carnations. The groom was attended by this uncle, Mr. Louis Bommer. The young, couple were the recipients of many pretty gifts and have the congratu-' lations of their many friends. ('tN NINGHAM-MARION. The old story of the eloping couple, enraged parents, and later mutual reconciliation, was retold in events connected with the marriage of: Miis Lillian Belle .Marion to David S. Cunningham, whicn was announced Saturday. The couple were married by Judge Mahoney at Algiers June 14. The young bride and ,groom and the for mer's mother were reconciled when the Catholic marriage ceremony was performed Sunday last by Father' Kavanagh of Our Lady of Lourdes Church. RYAN-JEFFRIES. A very pretty and quiet wedding of the season was that of Miss Bertha Ryan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs I Frank Ryan of Olivier Street to Mr. Robert Frederick Jeffries, which took place at the Methodist parsonage. Wednesday morning July 9, at seven o'clock. The bride looked charming in her dresb of taupe Georgette crepe, pret tily embroidered and beaded. She wore a pink hat trimmed with small feathers. She wore a corsage bouquet of white carnations and asparagus ferns. Some few decades ago, when Miss Ryan's own grandmother, Mrs. S. J. Ryan, was preparing her trous seau in the same way, one of her prettiest tokens was a wondrously beau tiful Ivory fan, hand-carved, edged with real lace and set with turquoises. Years after, when the same ceremony united Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan in matrimony, Mrs. Ryan used the same pretty fan. And now, when the pretty young grand-daughter of Mrs. S. J. Ryan was married, the same fan, used by grandmother and mother, begin ning to yellow with age, but still re taining all its magnificent beauty and bidden charms, has been worn again . It is interesting to note, also, that a real lace handkerchief made by Mrs. 'S. J. Ryan and used by herself and daughter' at their weddings, Miss Ryan used on Wednesday. Miss Ryan has as her bridesmaids Miss Osclete Cantingand Miss Del phine LeBlanc. Miss Cantin wore a white "dewkist" skirt with a white beaded Georgette waist. She wore a large white Milan hat. She wore a boquet of pink carnations. Miss Le Blanc wore a white organdy dress with white net ruffle trim mings. Her hat was of Georgette crepe and she wore a corsage boquet of pink carnations The groom had as his attendants. Mr. V. H. Feske of Franklin, La., and Marian C. Ryan, a brother of the bride. After the ceremony, the happy couple left immediately for Pass Christian for a short honeymoon. Up on their return, they will be at home to their many riendas at 318 Olivrier Street. Mrs. J. Feske. the bride's grand mother and Mr. H. L. PIase of Frank UIt, La.. were here to attend the asup tlals. BOCIAL CIWFB OELEBRAT1B On Monday night. the Liberty So ctal Club elebratSi its finrst as versry,- through Tts .rm bers and their friteds. To begin the celebra. len, a parade wras termed by the aebers, all dreessed in white treus ers.and blae serge costs and white hats. Aftesr parading several etrets in A*Ir, the parade te~ nsated in (roet of the kAmuAe &a sy. There, retrabmeua wre nerved an da ese ms ha" until u1a lsteeur, sat e , m Y - -mla .t'seale a s aasn peau CAPT. HALLIDAY'S FUNERAL SATURDAY Capt. A. M. Halliday, for fifty years identified with steamboiting on the Mississippi river, and the builder of practically every ferry boat used here, was buried at 4 p. m. Saturday from his residence, 1415 Exposition Boulevard. The body of C(aptain Halliday arrived in New Orleans Friday from Cape May. N. J.. where he died Monday. During Friday night and Saturday a score of friends called at the resi dence to pay tribute to the memory of the captain. He was a member of the Round Table Club. Rex, and had been a king of the Carnival. SUiLPRISE PARTY. A most enjoyable time was h id on last Tuesday. when a surprise party was tendered Miss Christine Zwicke in honor of her birthday, at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Traub in Atlantic Avenue. Refreshments were served and dancing was in dulged in until a late hour. Music was furnished by Marcour's Jazz Band. Among those present were, Misses: I Annie ('asler. Anna Frank. Frances Desabaye. Mabel Foss, Evelyn Ellis, Juliet Hotard, Christine Zwicke, Sadie Brias, Lillian Jones. Sarah Gray. Aline Olsen, Ruth Gordon, Hazel Gordon, Ruth Friedlard, Myr tle Burlet. Marie Pitre, Sidonie Smith, Claire Smith, Louise Thie baud, Mildred Fitch, Gladys New church. Osceola Ramos, Ula Sulon, Rita Johnston, Shirley Johnston, Messrs. Ira Gordon, Lawrence ,Di i napoli, Maurice Marone, Joseph Hei der, Austin Abbott, Joseph Fruights, Edward Brias, Charles Tinstrom, Raymond Thomas, Clifford Shields, Algerone Zwicke, Albert Matchett. Arthur Simon, Lester Daigle, Perry Braal, James West. Julius Lugzl anne, Sylvester Wingerter, Archie Wright, Peter Rigas, Robert Voegt lin, Francis Zwlcke, Edward Thie baud, William Baylan, August Leathern, Perry Back, Albert Sen ner, Frank Bachot, Hilard Back, William North, Mrs. H. Traub, Mrs. G. Wilson, Mrs. A. Zwicke, Mrs. H. Schiele. Mr. and Mrs. C. Traub and family. BIRTHDAY PARTY. On last Wednesday, July 2. lit, tle 'Miss Irma Kling. the lovely lit tle daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. Klink, of 318 Verret Street, was the hostesss at a party in honor of the seventh anniversary of her birth. Games of aH kinds were played, and both dancing and singing were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served. A most enjoyable time was had by all the children, and little Miss Kllnk was pronounced a most excellent hostess. Those present were Ura Babin, Ilmere De Laup, Irene Ethel Lee Harvey, Ruth Aycock, Rodney Mur phy, Lillian Savoy, Lucille Watkins, June Kepper, Aldea Klink, Mildred Laherson, Frances Duleich, Iris Wil liams, Adell Attenhauper, Elizabeth Glsch, Helen Coler, Talbot De Laup, James Harvey, Brother Aycock, Louis Murphy, Robert Grimes, James Kepper, Tour Griswald, DuVal Dickey, Floyd and Ernest Kinkald, Charles Mosholder, O. M. Watkins, Mesdames Nellb, L. Kinkaid, Moshol der, Griswold, C. E. Dickey, Dul cich, Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. Frisch; 'Messrs. McMahon, J. Kin kaid, J. Lanhaugh, T. Donevan and Mr. and Mrs. Klink. BIR'TIDAY DANCE. On Thursday, July 3, Miss Lois Oravols entertained at a delightful dame at the Knights of Colhmbus Home i honor of the sixteenth ann versary o het birth. Miss Oravois teeelved many pretty gifts from her Mrends. Those present were, Misses Eles enor ooney, Liubarn Caybuwn, Alma Pujol, lone and Oladys Rooney, Pansy Watliat, Noble Richards, at Calvina, Dorothy Murtagh, I habry, iary Collins, Sydney OLroyd, .Ida Riordan, Maude. Harold, Lu Sctlle Keller, iydla MeGuire, Pearl BSebwarsembach, Ehlisabeth Higglns, Marie Seybold, sad Lois Oraveois; I ssrs. O. Barrett, B. Anderson, 8. SO'Donnell, N. Graham, PF. 8adler, ,. C Aneela, I.. Brumisard, B. Molan, A. ] Darle, J. Crasses, L Crasson, L ,1 gfee 7 m`.ie., N. Graveis, E is b ahm 0r, O.Bosie, 3 r thagMr.L led Wht BEHRMAN LEAGUE I NOTES i~esults of 1;ann, July 4th. Il.,'.. .lariines 4. tl ril'lans', t. ('alderaro's 1. K. C(. t. The pitchinz of 'iilthaclh f"or th lSuburlans w s the fl ' tt't rite "of tht- day. strikini- t o tfourteen i'' tin antl allot in, bult trtt hits. l ' :rators ill u;in rt tt aris lte ill tihe \l'arii ). t r I. Ilb sults of game, Sun.t>d . ,lull f;h. .lari s +i;. ( a blul'ra t s *.. m n ialatteries.: K of (. llille+branla l Knowles: SuburbIns. I't ah-a itahi (;zazuon, Lucl'en. Iattetries: Martint . S lhbo e"r. ('alderar+'. ( a vin r and I l- ting, Ii Lucasboth on the rt and .btt.l t E1 \totical ST'NilNrea of lIiT iEl thn olr a ost li t. eMarines lar t 'n )t Suburbans t 1c l1++'l It' . nt i m in the Ir a a'l ti M",.whN 'n the,; There was a very larne and en thusiastic atttlendance antl the' gEani both on the Fourth and Sundalt and the noticeable incirease of t 'lis anlt the older fans was most sati-tyintg The Marines are to b-e conratulat S I ion the nul br of boostert s they uslle r haout son iand st. lbost their interist' .No excuse who- the other teams don't makuire ta little eiffort in that direction. It puts vin in the I layers when their 1 efforts arte reogllnized and they ll t t support from the stand. Irwin Sal~tth, a thefavoa star infielder of the ('aile- t ranet landed a ho are un and it was t no fault of his that his tr n fr ase I out second hbst. The tiuht innings re- tl quired to etainin resultswhen youthis gcan e were jaut a wel full of pifp and rttr at avorably with galittle s f the of tficial. leagues. a Tw\o good games are scheduled for , next Sunday and you are not wastin_ time if you cross the river for Rase ball entertainment when you can be it served just as well if not better at home with little cost and loss of time, not to say anything of the fact that you are encouraging home talent. ('AM'PING PARTY. On Monday. June 31, Mr. andti -Mrs. F. ('. Anderson and son, Peter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Casey and babies Iris. Fay and Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCloskey and Mrs. I.algast left for a week's visit to Milneburg. The weather being so wonderful, each and every one indulged in all the sports and frolics of camp life and thus had a marvelous time. On July 4th andt Sunday, they entertain ed a crowd of girls and boys and' relations, who without a doubt had one of the best times you ever heard of. The guests were, Mrs. C. Fath. Mr. and Mrs. P. Rouprich, Mrs. A. Ronprich and daughter, Cecil, Bar bara Spencer, Adeline, Hazel and AMayme Fath. Nellie Bailey, Helen James, Gertrude Beekman, Gladys Rouprich. Mercedes Smith, John Streble. Robert Scherb, Ray John- - son. Chris and Joseph Fath, Irvin Fici, Lester and Ashland Rouprich. t-i. MI4CELLANFA)EOUNHOWER. t ,f On Monday evening, July 7, Misss Bertha Ryan was given a miscella-!n neous shower by Mrs. Chas. Zatarain i in her home in Bouny Street. j When Miss Ryan entered the' house, little Miss -Margaret Duffy, dantily dressed as Cupid, and carry ing a bow-and-arrow, led her to thel table, where the gifts were strewn. After the gifts were opened and duly " admired, the little Misses Margaret 1 and Mildred Duffy dharmed the f guests with several fancy dances. Many selections -were rendered on the piano by the guests. Ice cream and cake were served in abundance. Those present were, Misses Ettat Pettigrove, Inez and Irva Dantels. Mary, Ida and Thomaselta Harvey, Florence and Kate Green, Grace Iennox, Oscleta santin, Corinne Hughes, -Bertha Ryan, Mesdames Tom En-wistle, T. P. Bell, M. O. Carey, C. C. Wier, E. Lorlo, Warren, Wm. Harding, Wm. Duffy, F. Ryan, Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Zatarailn and Mr. Fred Jeffries. BRIGHT FOUNG DANCER. Little Kathrwn Schabe. the bright young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schabel, was one of the principal performers at an enter tainment given last week for the benefit of the parochial school of Jefferson Parish. Little Miss Scha bel presented several dances, the principal one being a toe dance, all of which were duly applauded. OUTING AT LITI'LE WOOD8. On the Fourth of July. a jolly crowd spent the day at Lttle Woods. Those in the party were Misses Faye and Katherine Stumpf. Mrs. Geo. W. Mc SDuff, Misses Doris Paye McDuff, Mrs. Chlris L. Stunmpf, Messrs. Chas. Achee Jones Jermine. Ed. Ford and Gerard Marques. They were the guests of the Woodward Wight Co. I' TRAFFIC DELAYED HALU HOUR. Due to an accident to machinery in the enginnroom of the Canal I street ferry Thomas Pickles traffic Swas delayed from 11:40 to 12:15 Monday. The ferry A. M. Halllday .remained off the Morgan street land I. ing for half an hour while an at -tempt was mnade to repair the dam . age 'while the Pleklyes was tied up i. to that landing, the Halliday finally L oonina up alongside the Pickles so - as to allow ,amesea and vehicles to proeeed o. their war. PATROLMAN CLAINCH ASSISTS IN CAPTURE OF MARIUS MANIENT I'I l I i '. I - l <t,t i. Ily': itdlI h,,d :,h i - r Iri, r, anll hi- as ,;ltlt Int . ll'rills \i,"l lll, ' . I l ',| 2'n l0:,1i. Xu -1 :h, a: I inI.t.ntly kiil.d ,l, \ t a"-i ;itl ,l 'lui .1 l tl ftl ilo". il! In ! ,:ra Itl l i ! t idor itf t tltpost ,'1 1 he ,'ul lhlh.. h ti'r e 1itnn.it w\la ( ii i iiint r ir io f the i -i lilng. Ms:1,-r;li 1.r itaic k I ril ti by a hot from the rtoIvr oft \Vtchillhian \is i rth ti!lr .i (l-Ih alla e of llllhl ts had bean flrct at hint by .tntiurt1h and by S ;ln tri r it r y Prlatrtollmal i t 1, " It. 4Il ti- , tof :24 l),laroli de St , who thl,1u Ii iit! dul y aIln d ii pihii ct lith s.. i tP l ii i to be ill the plo'toffitt i t l, the it ('las nt joitn.l d in the ,raytV i hTe , Aer laving s ita it l . A f f hIrh iheveral i nl. with the screwi - driv r , l' r ant-nt li fld lroii the odst -affil lf bui-ling atn0 1 startee doatiicn IAia !aeti lt sil ''tlt 'ailrd m iiiazilie. - N IIlrsl Il' 11 ll., ir lll trt i W AR t A.CITIVITIES IAI:l,, 1.VA., pitiat ~ i r Sr. T Iot it eilN. SThe irt ince, in tihe netw Tlding are Th r ielit actlin -l popularity of pra, iare herd liabout the order anti refinellelt o thesh oae danc . ll tthe young ptolte seoun to have en itred into the spirit and the a result i-4 a soris of entertainments that are refro-hing and resting. The ; special regulations pointeda ot on ithe reverse of the invitations are 1 strictly adhered to andl the dances are thus kept absolutely high class and dignified. Even t hougth the widke parch around the building is most invitinlg, the young ladies will not patronoze t it during the dances which is a credit to the c'lass of young ladies that patronize these dances. I 'tFor the convenience of many who cannot go down to the station, names van be given at the II. N. G. t'., on l'Tuiesday. Friday and Sunday nights. .Miss lieta Yuratich will take the names, which will bet handed to the station and piassed on, and then in Svitations will be issued in reguilar rotation. The next dance will be next Tues y day. The large dancing hall is well r ventilated and the floor is just per e fect for dancing. A jazz band fur h nishes excellent music for the dane. Sing. All this combined makes It l an ideal place to spend a most en n joyable evening. 1 d 'OltiIN.%ANC('E StAY!4 I)i'G STORE.S d 'IIO ('LOS ON SUNDAY. 'd ,, All New Orleans drug stores will close at 6 o'clock daily and on all r- Sundays. if an ordinance introduced d Tuesday morning at a meeting of n the ('Cmmission Council becomes a s law. The ordinance was introduced n by Commissioner Monrose following "numerous requests from drug store Si proprietors throughout the city. *The only exception made to the "air tight" closing would be that a druggist would be on hand at all times to fill emergency prescriptions for physicians and fallllies w4here the need of medicine is urgent. The presentation of the ordinance fol lowed the recent movement of New Orleans druggists to have the stores closed on Sundays and to promote e shorter hours during the week.* PLEASANT DAY AT BAY ST. e ,OUlS. . A delightful time was had on y Sunday at Bay St. Louis at the Sa ut lathe Camp, by a -umber of young e folks from here. Fishing, boating . Iand bathing we_.e 'enjoyed. n IThose present were. Misses Dora n Russo, May Casey, Messrs. John . Neuberry, Joe Speliman, Albert Pon a tiff. -Mrs. Otto Graziano and Mr. and s, Mrs. Geo. Hymes. v. e NEGRO HURT. While driving a police station flhy ver. Patro!man J. H. Sharp. eighth precinct ran down Samuel Harrison. d negro at Newton and Verret street at about 12:30 Tuesday. Harrison re ceived bruises about the head and back and was taken to the Charity Hospital. Newton Jones. 515 Newton street, witness made a signed state ment .that the accident was unavoid i able. ;I le FOLKS WE ALL KNOW ar lHe a ty, anil ay! 'he tircbell ha0 Jlst Rang and the Volunteer Fireman Is r*lM 1 Clothes st the Fire. e will les he Athg bWD to b C come bc and get the Best t his shave.