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0Dm e the UIpblldntg of the West Side of the Rlver. "A very live and creditable weekly newspacer."-MANUFACTURER M REcoG VOL. XXVII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I ,. 1919. No. 18. Miss C(ecelia Spellman has re turned from McComb City, afte spending a fa- w nweeks. the guest o Mrs. J. F. O'Bri*n. Mrs. Bob Jumonville of Texas, ha returned to h,,r home, after a fer days stay at the home, of her mother _rs. LeBlanc. Mrs. Joseph Zito of Kenner, La. has returned to her home. after few days stay. the guest of her sis ter, Miss Agnes Gendusa. Miss Rita Yuratich entertained the Toung Ladies Five Hlunhdred Club The successful players were Misse: gita Yuratich, .lary Collins, an( Maggie Garland. Miss Christint Giblin won the booby. Next meet jag will be at the home of Mist Claire Cassidy. Mr. Ben Veazey left Saturday for New Iberia, to visit his mother Misses Anna Mae Brechtel ,and Marion Harris returned last week from Lafayette, La. Mrs. Lena Cross is spending a while at Bay St. Louis. Miss Anna Wiegman of Opelousas Ave., left Sunday for Chatawa, to attend St. Mary of the Pines Acad emy. Mrs. A. C. Handley and little son, Alex, of Patterson, La., are guests of the Misses Martinez. Master Louis Lutz of Alix St., left last Wednesday for Springfield Col lege. Mrs. G. W. McDuff and little daugh ter, Doris Faye, of Bogalusa, La., are spending a while with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stumpf in Teche St. Miss Carmen Vanderlinden is vis luag Miss Leona Cayard in Lafay ais for a few days. J. C. Root Camp, W. O. W., will ive a moonlight excursion on the amrner Sidney on Tuesday, Sept. Mth. Misses Dorothy Murtagh. Evelyn Peterson and Doris Ward, and the Misses Ford, left Sunday to resume their studies at Chatawa, Miss. Little Carl and Olga Anderson, who were operated on recently are reported doing nicely. They are at the ome of Mrs. Jno. Forrest. 537 alette St. Miss Dora Forest and baby Iris Frances Smith, have returned from a short stay at Abita Springs. Mr. Carl V. Malone spent the ,Sk-ead in Bay St. Louis, the guest -i Miss Pallet. Miss Celeste Bonvillin of Abbe rille, La., and Miss Laura Gibson are ilting Mrs. George Belanger. Mr. Paul Gauthreaux is greatly --uring after undergoing a serious ,sration. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mouton and I7ag son, left Saturday tor their1 h fi Beaumont, Texas, after hav ' 'pent a few days here the guests SMr. and Mrs. G. Belanger. Ms- W. Babin and children return M hday from a trip to Lafayette, aand Napoleonville, La. Mr. C. T. Hubbard of Water Val h. Miss., after spending a while in hlasa returned to his home to M"me his studies in college. M-. Diary Klink, of Verret street, s blh Abita Springs for his health hh.uioyi rapidly. Mai. Jes Locke and son, St. left Saturday night for Col Y- Ohio to attend the Conven ' ~ieI the 0. A. R. ialu Circle Catholic Knights . 30, will have their meeting sa at 7:3O p. m., at Gretna • Jt. 3Osph Hall. . tad Mrs. J. P. Vesien spent sin Mandeville, the guest of I d Mrs. Geo. Waiters and hle sons are spending some In Hot Wells, La. 0i O. H. Bagnal left Saturday eO a fifteen day furlough, for~ . 8outh Carolina. on a visit Bernad ette Hemelt was a vis Sut s nday. th.d Mrs. Reagan of Delaronde have returned. A. Dwyer was the week-end rtr A. J. Gerard. Isaip 8err and little daugh Sleft for Lockport. Sunday SWhbile with Mr. Sperier. L, Coffey of Belleville St., after nndergoing an opera Motel Dieu. . B. Walker was the guest G J. Gerard last week. 1,h Cook of Pelican Ave., from Touro Infirmary, ~aderwent an operation. ". Lfley Jennings was a . ae Monday. Mr. Jennings trn~ed from overseas, hk w connected with the Y. .~* expects to leave In . iO for Boston, where he 'lr g of the Trianglea ~BI Miss Alice Daly and neice, Miss HerbeNt Malain, have returned from a stay of two weeks at Houston, and at Galveston, Tex. Miss Jennie Brechtel is home from Napoleonvile where she spent the week-end with her aunt. Mrs. J. P Brechtel. Miss Nettle Veatty spent the week. end here, the guest of Miss Vivian LeBlanc. Mrs. Henry Schulz and son, Mal. colm and Miss Inez Wall, returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit to Mobile and Crichton, Ala. Misses Ella Wilson and Gertie Worrell and little Grace, Edwin and Harold Worrel, have returned from New York after a two month's stay e- there. r The Friday Night Euchre Club met )f at the home of Mrs. W. Sadler. The successful players being Mrs. I). Mur is t.gh, Mrs. Sadler, Mrs. L. Delaup. w Miss Lillian Curren received the r consolation. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. L. l)elaup. The Once a Month Euchre Club e mt at the home of Mrs. Yuratich. a 1rs. J. Owens. Miss Clairia Rich ards. Mrs. L. Brooks were the suc cessful players. The consolation .e was received by Miss Lillian Curren. ). Next meeting will be at the home of s Miss E. Verneuil. d :Mrs. WV. H. Hebert and daughter, e Heloise, have returned from Oak land. Calif. Algiers Review will hold their regu lar meeting Saturday evening at the r K. of P. hall. All members are urge,l i to attend. Mrs. W. P. Salathe spent Sunday k at Bay St. Louis. Miss Olga McNeely of Covington, a spent a few days here with relatives. IMrs. Jno. Ford of Covington is the s guest of Mrs. H. P. McNeely. : On last Sunday. Mr. Geo. Lecourt - celebrated the sixty-first anniversary of his birth at his home in Bouny Street. There was music, singing, and s dancing. Refreshments were served in a'bundance. t Mr. and Mrs. Ht. Lecourt of Pelican - Avenue. returned Sunday from Hot Springs. Ark.. where they spent the - past month. Miss Helen James is spending a week at Bay St. Louis. 'Mr. and Mrs. F. Russo spent a very - pleasant day Sunday at the Casey - Cottage, Bay St. Louis. Mr. J. J. Cabibi left Sunday for Moss Point, to visit his daughter, Mrs. A. Schiackitano. Miss Uhler Sadler has returned from Mandeville, where she was the guest of Mrs. J. M. Thorning. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Albrecht left Tuesday night for Birmingham, Ala.. to visit relatives. On their return they will be accompanied home by their son Lyle who has been spend ing the summer there. Mr. and Mrs. C. Naubaue and daugh ter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Salath, and children have returned from Bay St. Louis after a week's stay. Mrs. J. J. Cabibi returned Sunday from Moss Point, Miss., after spendinc ten days there at the new home of her daughter Mrs. Shiackitano, which she has recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. F. Landry and three ,daughters are spending awhile here. the guests of Mrs. J. Judlin. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Finnessy of New Orleans, Mr. C. Berthaut, Miss Mary Hell of Gretna and Mrs. W. F. Short spent Sunday in Hammond. La., the guests of Mrs. Florence Rolling, Grand Guardian of the W. C. of Lou islana. Jules Judlin left Saturday on the "Excelsior" for Havana, Cuba. Mr. Jas. Murtagh, Jr.. has left for Napoleonville, on T. P. business. Miss Beulal Borne has returned from Pass Christian. where she was the guest of Mrs. Bohn. Miss Alice Gullot of Lafayette, has been spending awhile here with Mr. and Mrs. J: Albert Guillot. She was accompanied here by her niece, Miss Adel Guillot who spent the summer i at Lafayette. They also visited Pass Christian, where Adel was the guest of Estelle Blelenberg . Mrs. W. Fellers and children or Seguin Street have returned from Nairn after spending a week with relatives. Miss Vivian Le Blanc returned Wednesday after an extensive trip through Texas. On her return, she was accompanied by her sister. Mrs. Bob Jumonville of Texas. Mrs. P. J. Rihner and son George spent the week-end at Port Eads. r Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson of 1007 d Opelousas Avenue are receiving con gratulations on the arrival of a bounc ing baby boy on Monday. .\lr. C'layton Borne spent the week- t end at Pointe-a-La Htache. Mr. Ed. Adams of Atlanta, Ga., left c Monday for home after spending t, awhile with Mr. and Mrs. J. W'altr Adams. ('apt. and Mrs. ('has. Zatarain will d leave Saturday for Morgan ('ity to spend a week with Mrs. Garrett t Lynch. Miss Emma George will ; r company them. o Miss Emma George had as her guest Miss Mary Trahan for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Borne spent Snn- i day at Biloxi. the guest of Mr. and L .M1rs. O'Donohue. PURCHASED HOME IN CITY. Mr. Frank C. Duvic of the Duvic- PI Hardware Co.. has purchased a home w at No. 2825 Eplanade Avenue which w be will occupyw with his family. S, SELANL 13S LAUNCH ED he AT JOHNSON'S YARD The Deland. fifth of the steel tug boats built by the Johnson Iron an works for the United States Shipping Board, was successfully launched al- Wednesday afternoon at the com ed pany's shipyard on Bayou St. John. to Little Miss Sallie Williams, 4-year old daughter of It. W. Williams. was tie sponiisor. nd About 250i spectators watched the >m I)eland bedecked with bunting and ay with a huge American flag waving at the stelrn, slide gracefully down the let ways into the bayou. When at the he given signal little Miss Williams tr- broke a bottle of champagne on the p.. sidei and lispedl: " christen thee he The IDelalld." a great cheer arose be fronii the rowd and the boat coml nienceud to sli le into the water. As uhb :he slid down the boat listed heavily h. to port but upon hitting the water h- instantly righted itself and was soon ic- tlild up alongside the wharf. on W\ilmer and W'arren Johnson enm n. liphasized tile fact that the bottle of broken on the bow of the Deland was real champagne. purchased be forel' prohibition struck the land for k- this particular occasion. They said that there is more in store for the nlext launching, which is to be held U about September 30. re *1 The l)eland is 100 feet 2 inches in' length and has a beam of 24 feet. She has a capacity of 450 tons and. y will be driven by a 450-horsepower engine installed at the Johnson Iron! i. Works in Algiers, where she was s. taken Thursday for the installation of machinery. After the launching, which took .t place at 1 o'clock, the guests of the company adjourned to the Johnson S('afeteria, where refreshments were d served to all. d SURPRIEI PARTY. n t At the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. i. e Phillips on September 5th a surprise party was tendered their daughter aMiss Lucille Phillips by her many thirtkenth anniversary being the thirtteenth anniversary of her birth. The young hostess received many beautiful presents, especially an en graved bar pin which was presented r by Ansel Clark. Dainty refreshments were served. Dancing was indulged up to a late " hour. Those that participated in the party were: Misses G. Knowles, Alma t and Hazel Lauman. Concordia Arnold, Salome Acker. Julia Susslin, Vesta Dicharry, Juanita Fourroux, Margaret Mosley and Ruth Zerangue. Messrs. E. Holten. Ansel Clark Robert Tal bot, James Peeler, Stewart Gahn, Enoch Dicharry, Windom and Joseph Phillips. Mr. M. Favre. Mr. Julea lrumensnel, Miss Ida Phillips, Mrs. G. Burns,/ Mrs. J. E. Dicharry anlP Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Phillips. FAREWELL PARTY. Miss Dorothy Murtagh was hostess at a farewell party given at her home last Wednesday night, prior to her departure for college Sunday. Drainty refreshments and dancing I r was indulged in. Place cards, hand painted by Miss Dorothy were given to each guest as a remembrance of the occasion. A large cake, adorn ed the table and when cut the ring was found by Miss Frances Haggerty, the button by Mr. Francis Sadler, the thimble by Miss lone Rooney, and the dime by Mr. Howard O'Donnell. Among the guests were: Misses Frances Haggerty, Janet Calvin, Lil burn Capburn, Elinor, Ione, and Gladys Rooney, Lois Gravois, Alma Pujol. Pansy Watkins, Noble Rich ards and Dorothy Murtagh; Messrs. iL John Ryan, Albert Ward, Eldred I)rumm. Nelson Graham, Byrnes a Anderson, Howard O'Donnell, Er- h nest Aucoin, Francis Sadler, Ru- c dlolph Frenzel, Melford Petrie, h Claude Hauer, Mat. Morse. O'Neil n Barrett, John and Murtagh Rupp, II Mrs. J. A. Rupp, Mrs. I. Laskey, ii Miss A. Dunn, Miss A. M. Lasky and tI Mr. and Mrs. D. Murtagh. FAILS TO DISCOVER CAUSE OF PI18ON; MARINTES RECOVER. Looking rather thin and slightly weakened the 66 marines, victims of p'omaine poisoning, who were sentl to the Naval Hospital from the Ma rine barracks returned to duty Frl day. A thorough investigation failed to show a cause for the poisoning as a supply of meat which was on hand at the time met all sanitary tests. The violence of the attack caused considerable alarm and was a puzzle to the Marine Hospital staff. Several marines who were rejoicing. due to the fact that they were to be discharged the day following the at tack are rapidly regaining their mo rale. according to Colonel Giles Bish-, op. commandant of the barracks, and will be mustered out as soon as they become a little stronger. LIGHTS OF WEST END FOUNT TO GO OIT" SEPT. 14. Dazzling, multi-colored lights of the electric fountain in West End Park, with their enchanting blending with the cascades of crystal-clear water, will be snuffed out Sunday, Sept. 14, for the winter season. FOURl ('ENTS. tlaked Heans in 11-ounce cans will be sold at 4 cents a can at the fire stations of the city and the Howard Annex Friday, beginning at 10 a. m., it was announced Tuesday morning by the city food committee. Approximately 201o,oo0 cans will be (ion sale distribulted on an average of 451111 each to the :32 fire stations. Any number of cans froiii 1 to 24 Pmay be purchased. TENTIH ANNIVERSARY. On Saturday, Sept. 6th, a most de iglihtful time was spent at the home of little Miss Vivian Elise Smith. the occasion being the tenth anniversary ot her birth. Games were played and in the "Donkey Game." Ida Louise Bur mlaster won first prize. Thelma Le tBlanic second, and Otis tBurmnaster consolation. I)uring the evening the following program was renlered- Recitation. "Mother Blought a Baby," by Vera Smith and "Don't." by Thelma Blake man. Songs--"Mickey," by Garnet LlHanc; "Salvation Lassie," Isa phene Smith; "In the Land of Begin-, ning Again." Louise Bourgeois; "Rose of No Man's Land." Frank Labit; "Till We Meet Again," Thelma Blakeman; "Bubbles," Myrtle For sythe. Dances by Margaret Hymel and Odette LeBlanc, and Master' Charles Frederick ended with "Good night.' Ice cream, cake and lemonade were served. Those present were Lolita Sierra,] Margaret Hymel, Ida Louise Bur master, Mildred, Lillian and Hen-,I rietta Lahusen, Elizabeth Gisch, Nidia Christadora. Margery and Thelma Blakeman. Frances and Rita ILabit, Lillian. Lucille and Helen , Chestnut, Edith Gerrets, Dorothea, I Ruth and Thelma Weher, Bernice Voegtlin, May and Dorothy Whitten- I berg, Louise and Emelda Bourgeois, Margaret Weber, Annie, Myrtle, i Mirian and Lavergne Forsythe, Vera': Smith, Garnett and Odette LeBlanc, i Beryl Diket, Isaphene Emith, Elval( Camus, Edith Humphrey, Charles t Frederick, Curtis and R. H. Blake-'a man, Walter and Alfred Lahusen, l Roger Chestnut, Elmo Voegtlin, I Francis and Otis Burmaster, Albert r and John O'Brien and Albert Diket, I c Misses Myra Burmaster, Henrietta Frederick, and Mildred Rostrup, Mr. c and Mrs. Maurice Cristadora, Mrs. C. r X. Frederick, Mrs. Jno. Smith, Mr. a and Mrs. W l,' i Lahusen, Mr. and Mi's. G. X. P fach, Mr. and Mrs.t Irvin Rostrup. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Shade G. Smith. TWO ENGINEERS. Last week, the names of two of our most promising and prominent young men. Joseph Albert Brauner and Foster Francis Ryan were added to the list of marine engineers, both passing the examination 100 oer cent. U The two young men have been in separable friends since childhood, both starting school together under - the direction of Miss Alice O'Brien. one of our most energetic and com petent teachers. They both received ii their first Holy Communion tgetner o0 in the Church of the Holy Name ot Mary under the careful guidance of t' Rev. T. J. Larkin. They entered Mc- 1p Donogh No. 4 School, in the same a year and were graduated with honors at the same time. A few years later, tt both decided upon a sea life. Their many friends wish them success, especially their brother menm bers in the Knights of Columbus. which organization, they both joinea S at the same time. h te PAINFPULLY INJURED. t, The many friends of Mr. James it Lawton, Jr., will be glad to hear he has almost entirely recovered from an accident received at the power house. While at work his clothes m caught in the machinery and while as his injuries were painful, they were not serious. He was sent to Hotel ,, Dieu for treatment. He will be out W in a few days and return to work at the plant. SE MICKIE SAYS th tteu u, Gir MS Hi OCartS OF WlI3t.\ .ts J MnA a AWFOL SHoCGK EGG WHO'S CK Sx vEA.rS ON H4S SuBSCIIPtON,tE COME IN PFTER WE BEEN T4WREAIE\aN' "'" SUE tM. 'N E Wnbo E !HE BOSS TO TRQOW OFF BOMEwnit' mi ONt ita BILL BKCUZ I*T WUZ 11 £0 LA'RGEt' t(IN ,iOU vOUl FRIiHtrED on ME,MiCKIE' i th THOtXG, 'yo pr WERE REALLYv SICK th \l yo -in! ,c at tir of :!!jjjbe ATPiUPILS REPORT MlONDAY; ?' BEGIN WORK SEPT. 22 L., ug Ill high school ul s 1 t lm t Iport ill ".1onday. Sept. 1.. at 9 a. ni. g' Illtliiructi ill Iregard to making ts. !'ttions for ithe tlerml will be given. -. l'oudition examination will he held. also examiiuatiols for pupils apply ini for admission. Election blanks will h, due Tues day. Sept. It;. Pupils not pr.esent ingr tllheir election blllaks T luesday n ay inot he' able toi geit the Curses tie le tliu, desire. ' t'upils pr'event'ed by sickness or "Y atise'lce froml tli' city from beinig pr.sentl slhoulll lllail their electioln h, blanks to the school so that the'y .r- will Ibe thereil by Tuesday. ' ]upils arte not dot;lined after Tues liaay, and report for regular Wolrk on Moinday. September '22. Ig ra e Mk MEMORItAL ia r- IO'IS J. PETERSON. el r The Rector and Vestrymen of Mt. d- Olivet Church desire to record their appreciation of the character and life work of Louis J. Peterson, who le entered into life eternal August 16, 1919; and also to express their sym a. pathy to the members of his family. r- Mr. Peterson was a life-long mem b- her of the Parish. As a member of h, the Vestry for many years he faith Id fully attended all meetings. As :a Treasurer, he was most able and. 'n with great care and accuracy, hand B, led the Church finances. He was :e of a quiet and modest nature and 1- possessed of an unfailing devotion to s, duty. His religion was a vital real B, ity-a thing of every day life. He 1 a v:as a true Christian gentleman, c. kind and courteous; a sincere 'a Churchman, giving of his time and 's means to the service of the Church; - a faithful Communicant always ap , preciative of the opportunities of i, worship and of the blessings of sac 1t ramental grace; and a loyal citizen t. Iof the community. a In his death Mt.' Olivet has lost one r. of her most valued and devoted Imembers, whose presence will be r. greatly missed in the Parish. Tot d' he members of his family we extend o. our sincere and heartfelt sympathy. S. L. Vail, Rector. Geo. Koppel, Adolph Spitzfaden. Jr. John Porzler. J. E. Huckins, H. L. Hoyt, Ii H. D. French, Geo. Cunningham. 1 At a recent meeting of the Vestry. Mr. H. L. Hoyt was elected Treas- I urer and Mr. Geo. Cunningham as Vestryman to fill the unexpired term of office of the late L. J. Peter- I r son, Treasurer and Vestryman. Last week the Rector visited i _ North Louisiana, and on account of I illness was delayed until last Sunday on relurning home. On last Sunday evening the Rec- tor preached a Nation-wide cam-i 1 paign sermon, the subject of which was "Our Candle Stick." The sympathy of the Olivet is ex tended to Mr. Geo. P. Harris and his family in this time of bereavement. S ii Dauenhauer-At Chicago, Ills., Sept. 1st, Malcolm Chester Daunen- n hauer, aged 22 years. Burial-- s Thursday, Sept. 4th, at 3 p. m. In-, terment in St. Bartholomew's Ceme tery. Rev. Doswell Jr., officiated. A Services--13th Sunday after Trin- A ''ity. Sept. 14th, 1919. 7 a. m., Holy Communion. 9:30 a. m., Church School. R 8 p. m.. Evening prayer and ser- s mon; text. "Ye have not because ye nt ask not"-James 4-2. Musical Program-Processional- r: "Lord forever at thy side."--VOn M Weber. Hymn-"Approach my soul,"- T Spohr. T Offertory-"Cast thy burden upon the Lord"--Patterson. D Recessional- "Children of the! s Heavenly King"-Plegel. Se of The voting members of Trinity will p; meet Friday night at the parsonaie. fo All members should attend these Al meetings regularly. R. Our catechumen class started out st on its work last Monday. A few of si those who should attend were not rIt present. Parents, p!ease see to it rr that your children attend. Every child should attend two years. If I, you have a child that will be eleven he years in 1919 send it to our catechism ul instructions now. ra Our Sunday School should also be II remembered. Vacation months are past. Come and join our ranks for the winter season. Mrs. H. Hildebrand who was sick at the Presbyterian Hospital for a m long time departed this life Tuesday or afternoon at 1:00 o'clock. At the pl time of this writing further details R of the interment was not known. C Don't forget that saubhscriptions will be be solicited for the purchase of an at iu, all .1 o u r bit. .Ill t 'l I. . se ta1 ( lu i, I Il l ' t ; ii ti ll. . •,'iritual dirl'ctii'. Fathelt' St. Ml.b, tin has 'it e n dliit t 41:itaht wot k iiL t .iit Nirthl lln art of aiL mne lint t I'ar l'athl'lr (alsaliglll at I'a hit . ll. i 'atli-r Ishl of St Bri lln . IrlllC'r Iltitulr , 11, II"t had t.spl.ial c1harge n(' a lalrcL" I , ltln at i I . lI , .10\'. allnd l tihioII l t h11 tr k \, k IS ih*d. and llI'nlrll .d. liall Ssacitig s li the bi lid tlltl ieave frousl I t ill 'g 's u .cess I t liel at w s as greatI Newas it Oae l Anslie.rs. d Feast lio tihe Holy Nalle tary. still f tieliatr lim and hiof th larish tork S l'lor Ilet Suo "ty. .it t' old lThere riii llee 'a lad ti igh Mas. witll pea the sermon o this great. Father J. ur the arish soci. . froetie - are itnitk. to .take sart illg this cee lR ct ory tut' a ftw day's. lh, vIsited ather (asassawill be at aulina. Fatharp ('Ci sl,a\n was formerly pastor of the order of ny te procession will e as wished to ) he retinln).,e'ed to thtir formerllows leader. Rv-. Fathr sson.. Americ.. an Flag. Order wits in town 'l few days., on r 3.his way to Angels. 4.ll Cohldren. whr l ar.ill e St. tionarared this oDaugingyeh-''ar. te ffeoll 6. Leagge opns 'acred Heart. Fathltar )aoietau S. . wiDaugll havters charge of tllhe boy St. who seph'ave fBoys. New Orleans. Fe.ast of the oly Name e o Mary, f tnighe pat of Columbus. The arisugh- to bh. celebrated with the usual splen s dor next Sunday. There wil l be a solemn high Mass. Massisting ibody. a this is theie sanctuary. Very tion dayRev. Henri de la hapell, S. M., I will pmuseacic. the srmon on this great a boccasion. Allebration, one the parish societies are invithed to take part in this cele bration. Tish. Re Mass wilt be at 10:30 sharp the order of the procession will be as I follows: 1st-Cross-bearer; Acolytes and ' SAltar Boys. idents. American Flag. [ 3. Holy Angels. 4. Children of Mary. 5. St. Margaret's Daugh ters. 6. League of Sacred Heart. 7. Altar Society. 8. Daughters ! of Isabella. 9. St. Joseph's Boys., Th10. Holy Name Society. 11.will hold Knights of Columbus. The Daugh-y. ters of Isabella will assist at this tion day. Their choir will render the music. All points to a great and a beautiful celebration, one that will make the people proud of their par ish. Rev. Father McGrath will havet so charge of the ceremonies and will have the presidents of the different societies to help him. The Holy Name Society will hold its usual monthly meeting Thursday. I for 7 p. m.. if possible, on account of the Novena devotions. Every c l effort has been made to secure the I ipromised lecturer for that night, so ( as to make this meeting as interest- i ing as possible. SERVICES. Novena Services every evening at MASSES. Week days. 6-6:30-7. Wednesday, 6-6:30-9. h Sundays- 5-6:30-7:30-9. This n Sunday. High Mass. 10:3i1. Bap- ( tisms 3-4. BAPTISMS. Louise, daughter of Charles Ar-I none and Paschale Rodosta. Spon- I sors, Jos. Minacori and Louise Far ruggla. Mary Kathyleen. daughter of Thos. A. Fox and Ruby Walsh. Sponsors, 'o Aubrey J. Gaiennie and Clara L. 'q Balz. Florabell Marie. daughter of Henry i Roper and Emaline Froser. Spon-c sors. Robt. E. Roper and Miss Fer nand Madere. , John Walter, son of John W. Mur- tr ray and Erminle Alonzo. Sponsors. er Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Welch. ol George Alexis, son of Geo. A. w Treuil and Elmira Crespo. Spon- h sors. Louise and Winnie Treuii. tit Melville Maurice, son of Manuel w DeRoche and Olivia Schnell. Spon sors. Chas. Boh and Elizabeth Schnell. (Continuedl on Editorial Page.) NAIA)ON RAIDEDI). OIl Saturday afternoon, the s.aloi,:l L of Joseph ('alderone, 12t0i Tech, St. nI was visited by Jos. ('ondllon of the (II- Pi pIartment o(f justice who says .:h fi found sherry wine being sold there. li As he entered the paI'c) . .lo5.Iph s1 Rainev.y, a bartender. of ::3 I'),Arrma;s street. hid many of the bottlls anI1 sl signalled to others in the llplacE' o ! rliln, he states .\s a restllt he \was I-T - rested along with ('aleron,. ft They were placed in th,. parish at Irison Saturday night, without the at benefit of hail .and c(annot h..1 prollt r, under the charge. Th'y wler, ar- at raigned Monday before Jludge \. I! Itrowne. i'. ('. c·llommislionttr. 1 MOTOII HIlliE. On last l ednesdav. a jolly cnrow\l l motored to Violet. La.. where ia llolst 1i enjoyable time was spent. Those rm present were Misses Olive Hlolmgree'. S Ruth. Gladys. Juanita, Mildred and E Claire Munsterman, Messrs. Jack Kln. be berger, Walter Ellis. Bernard Rice, jw and David Durkes. u ,tt i tl I i l: t .1 1)it i k."- el'f - :t t lhat ,nti \\I el ut ni' ,i ie 1i t h th of M ýas ent, nt Set i hIIer fu Ell-i, tr. t ht ,1 .lllan.t . to c Al 0 .1 t'rIt,tro nl lin. The wel d-lii i , w.ill el eI l te i l i ll.n \Ir'. . tl 1\i r. i is l l errits of fi Air .\ t 1 , (li n W ed - - It is's,. M a 11 h N.,Iitne of M.1 aryt It'hIa'hlest. .\ Cs. T N i nvitations 'hay. it. l 1l -ilI "rl hn t1 r Iis t ll anl d rela I Sqi e :at, imittl Mthrnsh thhis b it. \a r :gtrl 1r M . aI te o lrtl of .I'lia.in \ ei'llll ll ; in lllll t1 h aililprlc hinhlll; ii:iri it, `,f their dliui htlr .\llhl rtin , t~ 1Ir !',iu1 .l til! 4f tili 'iy Th, 1ah, life loln Iresientslof tlhat. ct' r h 4f the I14! an of r . \n oult-of-ltowIIn wedding that is of hlocl tllerest is that of Miss Natha lee. Miller of Eunice. La.. to Mr. ('oy (). Hart. of Indiana. The wed dinlg will I, celebrated on Wednes day. Sept. 17Ithl. Miss Miller is a former Algerine. IEASTIA WOODII.I,'AT1 MAN N. O)i Friday, September 5th, 1919, Mr. Wiln. E. Eastwood was married to Miss Mnary Ellen Flathmann. at Charleston. S. ('. The wedding was quietly solemnized at the amlpstead Square Methodist Chudch by the Rev. T. Collier. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Flath nmann, life long residents of that city. The groom is one of our well tknown young men of our city. Mr 'Eastwood has recently been dis charged from the navy. after having served since the outbreak of the war. The young couple are now at home, at No. 415 Delaronde St. 1 TII RAISE FOR 2"."1,())1, IP(L OSIT MEN. flat increase of $15 In the alnunal wages of all postoffice tmniloyes io provided by a bill passed by the house and sent t tthe senate. The incbrea.sl i is retroactive to July I. last, and if fects approximately 50,(000 eniployes. In addition to providing that flat in crease for permanent employ s the bill gives an Increase fromn 40 to ,;r) 'ents an hour for temnporary and ax iliary emplloytts. Iloth increastes, which arce for one Orlear, will ost th1e govern nient $4,t0.01!000. ('causing a deflcit of that amount in the Postal raevb enues, according to estimates of the department. lowever, the only complai. t of the hill voiced during the debate was by members wishing to grant larger In creases, but they were blocked froml offering such amendments by the par. iiamefntary situathon. Il ('ENTN A QUART TO RE MILK I'IEI('I A TER NEIPTEMBER. On and after October i, citizens of New Orl.ans will pay 19 cents a quart for milk. They have been paying 16 cents. Two cents of the increase will go to the farmer and I cent to the dealer. The dairymen came to town Tues lay to arguel the matter with dis tributing concerns and the coansum n mrs. and at debate in the Association oif ('ommerce followed. The dealers were anxioeus to get the public's view spfore they spoke. and slid they felt that in the final itssu the dairymen would take loss than they asked. 'IAQI'EMINSE ANKS IIEHfRMAN TO HEIP IMPRI)VE STREETH. Insweringa the requwlst of the mayor and cnommisedon courisll of i'laguimnllrlr l .t. Mayor l-ihrmian and ('lty iEndi. Miela Thomas il,. Willlq, wexnt to, Evlaulieinn Stareets to M iond the ep f hleruIs (f that town asistcanc e in out linin llal ls for th irlllrovem entllt in swantrae ande stre sht ouystrlls It is thl! initc entlr in eof th!1 ('omii - slan ("ouncil of l'laqulerllninii. wrvio!,e .I. -"llr+ f' l c'rlnl ittl.·.. tol vo o. a hI nl ] issuil, fIor imrlprivelmllents in the ,awar';iI <trrtl and la:tw d sidel walk systlerln . affailr' is d,..ir,,d. oiM1:V'' S IBENEFIT ASSOI'IATION New Orleans It,.vi,.w No. 5. W'omnicn's IBncfit A.soc.iation of Maccabees will hold thc, r next soc'ial meeting at the heime of Mrs. Ali<.c Spahr. No. 6"-5 Olivier Street near Evelina Streets, on .Monday. Septern her 15th, at 8 o'clock p. m. There will be games and refreshments. All wanting a nice time should attend.