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Kr. Douglas Nye of Alexandria is visiting relatives here. lisple Syrup in 10c cans; Pure gjrup in 10c and 15c cans at Dyer l^iinann Co. Mesdames J. W. K. Smith and ■Jlres left yesterday for Port Arthur, MH! Mr. Aycock, formerly of the Icamberland Telephone Co, is visit Morgan City. §i Mr. Leon Cotten is visiting rela E tives here. gjlf: The new toilet preparations "Or ' Mtfd White" at Belanger Drag The Bexall Store. mo* Carrie Todd of Shreveport is ,ytinr her sister, Mrs. Sidney frissard. . Mrs., Albert Storm and Mrs. War Heed met with the Federated ibs of Abbeville Wednesday and Thursday. ** The Junior Auxiliary will meet Monday afternoon at three o'clock gt the home of Mrs. Cass Jolley. I fip. A. Hush of White .Castle p_.fl visiting Miss Sadie Blum. Miss Molese is visiting in Patter m. Miss Zoie Bourgeois left Satur sy for the St. Mary Hospital where fiylhe will continue her training. WANTED TO BUY—a good milk MW. State breed, amount of milk |dpv day, age and habits. Address: flit Office Box 26, Morgan City, La. tf. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chargois 'returned to- Morgan City. Mrs. Maurice Greenwald left dur fag'the week to visit in Mississippi Florida. f ît pays to advertise If you use the of the Review. We are evclùsive agents for )INE for wounds, etc.— Drug Co. Mrs. Charlie Lynch left yester [for Beaumont, Texas, Hattie Price is visiting rela j|#res in Port Arthur, Texas. f|bs. Eddie Robieheaux left Sat for Houma. '.aeît trran August SoumeiH&n Charles Delas Home of the Best in Photoplays. Railroad Avenue TONIGHT V 4 : * Qon't Miss The it of the Official War Pictures ♦ HIE SOMME Description of the 5th day of the Battle, A most wonderful Photo Spectacle And In Addition . - « - » A Vitagraph De Luxe Edition With - Edit h Storey In . V «1 » Supported By Àn All Star Cast Admission 10 and 15 cents U Mr. Fred Mensman is a visitor to Morgan City. Dr. G. C. Sails of New Orleans, Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Special ist, will be at The Imperial Jewelry Store next Thursday June 7. Anyone wishing to see the Coczor or needing his services is cordially invited to call on him at the Imperial Jewelry Store. fSI Miss Mele&e of St. Martinsville is the guest of Miss Octavia Lehman. FOR SALE one Kimball piano costs ($500.00 like new. Sell for (5250.00) cash. Apply to this office. Mr. George Bienvenue of Lafay ette was a visitor to Morgan City Sunday. FOR SALE—7 H. P. Gas Engine. Apply to Louisiana Hotel or phone 809. lm. Mr. James Angerstein and A. Halbert spent Sunday in New Or^ leans. A Liberty Loan is on the United States. mortgage Mr. Junius Chauvin of Centre treville spent Sunday here with Mr. Eddie Chauvin. Have you selected the candy you will give her?—Nunnally's the Best —Peoples Drug Co. Mrs. Wm. Kreisle left this morn ing on No. 2 for New Orleans where, the'will attend the Druid's Circle Convention. See tH# funny window in the Dalton Building.' We ask our citizens who may have something stolen lrom them to give us a list of same end we' can help to get the goods and the thief as everything con ceivable is offered us for -sale.— Peoples Supply Co, Dalton Build ing. • , 8d. Messrs. J. B. Clark and M. Mor rison motored to Franklin Saturday afternoon. Dr. G. C. Sails of New Orleans, Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Special ist, will be at The Imperial Jewelry Store next Thursday June 7. Anyone wishing to see tiie doctor or needing his services is cordially invited to call on him at the Imperial Jewelry Store. SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN 3URANCE. Miss Edna Aucoin of Bayou Boeuf was in Morgan City yesterday visit ing friends. Mrs. L. A. Kaufman of Cuero, Texas, is here on a visit to her son Mr. E. C. Kaufman. Mr. Tommie Stone of Broussard, La, was in Morgan City yesterday between trains. EVANGELINE TUESDAY Fannie Ward, the celebrated pho todramatic star who recently scored such a triumph in the Lasky-Para mount Pictures, "The Years of the Locust," and "Betty to the Rescue, wiH be seen in "The Winning of Sally Temple," a thrilling comedy drama taken from Rupert Sargent Holland's famous novel, "The Heart of Sally Temple." In "The Winning of Sally Tem ple," she appears as the hoydenish, sympathetic, young actress of Lon don in the period of 1770. $he is seen as Salljt Temple, living with her sister amid the squalor and ignor ance of Pump Lane, an obscure cranny in the heart of the great London slums. She is a great stage favorite and when Lady Pamela Vaudain, who marries three weeks before she is of age, hears that her guardian is about to return to Lon don to see her for the first time, Sally Temple is secured to imper sonate her. How she is saved, how Pump Lane is freed from the Duke of Chatto's heavy taxation and how Lord Romsey finally wins the heart of the young actress makes a story unusual in its theme and rapid in its action. Atlanta, Ga, May 31—(Special) —The first city in the South and per haps in the United States to make a subscription to the Liberty Loan dir ect from its own treasury is Birm ingham, Ala. Birminghan, which is under a commission form of gov ernment, has brought a hundred thousand dollars worth of Liberty Loan Bonds out of the city's sink ing fund. The purchase was made by President George B. Ward of the Birminghan commission as an investment of part of the city sink ing fund in a substantial, interest bearing security. It is anticipated other cities may make similar in vestments of these Bonds. The Liberty Loan Central Com mittee urges that every city and town in the district will provide soldé kind of demonsaration and ef fort looking to securing subscrip tions to the Liberty Bonds. This has already been done in a number of caries in the north and east with splendid results. Pittsfield, Mai for instance, closed down all of its business, folowing a brief publicity campaign, for a period of one hour. Teams were organized comprising about 1200 men and women and these made a through canvass of the business and residence districts of the city. The result was that from a population of approximately 47,000, subscriptions were obtain ed from 9,335 people, totaling more than $2,216,000. This was $600,000 in excess of the allotment for that territory. The foregoing, the Cen tral Committee believes, will offer a very valuable suggestion to the many communities throughout this federal district. All of the retail merchants of Atlanta have aranged to close their business houses at 5:30 o'clock on Friday afternoon, at which time em ployees will assemble in the 'Atlanta Theatre where Robert F. Maddox will explain fully the detail of the Liberty Loan Bonds. It is expected that considerable- subscriptions will be secured as the result of such meetings as this held'in a. number of the large -cities in the district Chairman W. C. Wardlaw of the Central Committee has just received a telegram from Havana, Cuba an nouncing the sale there to one party of $5,000 worth of Liberty Bonds. This was immediately followed by the* organization of a committee in Havana to see Americans there and in other parts of Cuba and ascer tain how many, of the Bonds they will take. ARCADE TONIGHT As the dashing, young American, with the red blood of democracy coursing through his veins, bis sym pathies naturally went out to the under-dog. In that restless South American couptry, he risked his life on a ride across thé chasm on a narrow trestle on an unbroken steed. He swam ashore from a sea going liner after being sent back to America. In fact he goes through fire and water to sa\g the cause, and in the meantime his bravery, courage and chivalry makes a big appeal to the niece of one of the Generals. Though she misunderstands his actions and thinks him untrue, he proves himself to be worthy and well qualified to claim her love. . Remember the Lusitania and buy a Liberty Loan Bond. Tomorrow Jme5, Is Regis tration Day for Selective Conscription Law The registration will be held at the City Hall down stairs between the hours of 7 a. m. and 9. p. m. Eight registrars will attend to the registration of the men between the age of twenty-one up to thirty one. Registrars are: Messrs. F. D. Winchester, Chief Registrar; and L. J. Bass, C. P. Lynch, Thos. c hannon Jr., W. T. Gilmore, Chas. L. Wise. J. P. Hebert, A. Blu. fs £ss ? s'ants. MOST FOLKS SERVE TOO MANY FOODS Food conservation is quite as im portant as food production. People t * this country can profit by the ex pel ence of European nations at war, and at the same time .effect a great saving in their living expen ses. European peoples started con st rvuig'food when they were forced to do so, but the people of this coun try can avert the necessity by be ginning now. MisS Bab Bell of the Missouri College of Agriculture is of the opinion that most people serve too many foods at a meal. "A meal may be well balanced and appetizing and still be subject to reduction without loss to body needs," said Miss Bell in a recent interview. "By cutting down the number of foods served the cost of meals can be materially decreased. Furthermore, there is no necessity for folks to eat more than they need. By doing without the ex cess which is usually consumed, we can make available just that much food for future needs." Miss Bell cited the following meal as typical: "Clear soup; macaroni and cheese; lettuce and beet salad; apple sauce; bread and butter; cream pie. This meal will be just as well balanced and much more eco nomical if it is simplified . thus: Mararoni and cheese; lettuce salad; bread and butter; apple sauce. "In tike manner," she concluded, "in planniilg meals, see first that the necessary classes of food are re presented and then see how few dishes may be served rather than how many." UNCLAIMED LETTERS List of unclaimed letters advertis ed at Morgan City, La., PostOffice, Wlek ending June 2nd, 1917. A. Authement, Evets B. Bonrg, Amay Boue, M. Braussard, Celia - Bci.dreaux, Ernest E. G. G. H. J. K. M. Carroll, Jesse B. Comeaux, Aleie Ellia, E. M. Fria, Violer Falterman, A. Falterman, A. Gorsha, John Ganaway, Stella Howard, Earsalle Harris, Rosala Hall, James E, Johnson, Henry Kern, Louis Lize, Thomas LeBlanc, Elie .Louis, Henry. P. Mably, Sarah Picka R. Robinson, Josephine Robinson, Catherine In calling for the above letters please say ADVERTISED. J. M. HEBERT, . Postinaster. Daily Review 40 cents per month delivered to your home. Your patriotic duty—BUY Liberty Loan Bond. Daily Review 40 cents per month G'Janfaal Deafness Cannot Be Gored by local applications, as they cannot roach the Slseaaed portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure catarrhal deafneae, and that Is by a conatitutloaal remedy. Catarrhal Deafneoa la cauaed by an in flamed condition of the mucoue lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness la the recull Unless the inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, henring will be destroyed forever. Many eases of deafness are cauaed by catarrh, which la ah Inflamed condition of the mneons sur faces. Hoirs Catarrh Cure acts thru the Mood on the mucoue surfaces of tba sys tem. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for nay cose of Catarrhe 1 Deafness that cannot bo cured by Hairs Catarrh Cure. Circulars Tr **' A 7. TïSxNET** CO.'. Tolsdo. <X ed of LOUISIANA STATE BOARD HEALTH. "*• Food Products Marked and Protect ed. OF j ! I The citizens of Louisiana are mak ne demands that certain laws 1 e enforced. Your ^attention, therefore, is dir ected to the following: Net Weight and Measure Law. FOOD—All articles as food, j drink, confectionery or condiment ' V man or other animals. IN PACKAGE FORM—Means, any container in which the article island packed and offered for sale. This I includes containers made of glass, j tin, wood, or paper. i PACKAGES SHALL BE MARK- j to in ED—The Act, also Food and Drug Regulations, require not only mark ing of sealed packages goods, but all foods across the counter. Foods sold from wagons, other vehicle, or peddled, come under this rule. The package must be plainly marked in print, by use of stamp, or in legible form by blue pencil that consumer may know exact quantity bought. (A reasonable variation for Bak ery Products and other foods is al lowed.) Packages containing 2 avoirdu- j pois ounces or less, or 1 fluid ounce f of less, or 6 units (apple, oranges, j etc.,) or less of food shall be exempt from marking. ! Milk must be properly labeled. | Ice must be charged for accord- 0 ing to weight at the time of delivery. ' FOOD PROTECTED—No person, firm, or corporation shall expose for sale on any public highway, or in any undisclosed market, store, shop, stand or stall, or in any open lot—, any "food whatever of a kind not commonly washed, peeled, shelled or cooked, before eaten, unless the ' same be then and there effectually ■ and in a cleanly manner, wrapped or covefed and enclosed, so as to pro tect it from dust and insects. Meat, fish, plucked poultry, bread, cakes, etc., must be protect- ' ed from a n duatf flies, and other'the contamination, HeaIth officerSt parish and muni cipal, are required to enforce regu lations. AUTHORITY TO ATTEST—In accordance with Act No. 192 of 1898, it is the duty of all sheriffs, their deputies, constables and their peduties, police officers of towns and cities and all peace officers to aid apd assist in the arrest and ap prehension of any person who in their view or sight or within their personal knowledge violates the ar ticles of any rale or regulation of the State Board of Health; to them selves arrest and apprehend all of fenders committing thé offense in their view or sight or within their personal knowledge. Members of the State Board of Health and every person duly au thorized by them may, without fear or hinderance, enter, examine and inspect all grounds, erections, struc tures, public buildings and places. Effectice June 15th, 1917. -OSCAR DOWLING, President. CASSIUS L. CLAY, State Analyst. ST. MARY FISH CITIZENS FILE PROTEST AGAINST ST. MAR TIN FISHNG RESTRICTION. The Chamber of Commerce of Morgan City and Berwick have mailed tiie following resolutions to State Commissioner M. L. Alexan der and others protesting against the restriction of fishing in St. Mar tin Parish which has been created in response to a petition drawn up by citizens and officials of that Par ish: WHEREAS the Police Jury of St. Martin, upon petition, has adopt ed a resolution requesting the Con servation Commission of the State of Louisiana to prohibit the seining for fish in the waters within the to is the'June House Tonight ANIMPUUt UNUSUAL ATTRACTION AT THE OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT CLASS Mme. T. Barrelli and Mr. E. Turci high class singers of operatic and popular songs in English and Italian will entertain patrons at the Evange line theatre tonight. j boundaries of said Parish, and ! WHEREAS the above action has been taken upon the petition of per sons interested in the fishing busi ness in that Parish, who are engag ed in the taking of fish for commer cial purposes from such waters by means other than seining, and for the sole purpose of eliminating com petition, and creating a monopoly, and I WHEREAS we believe that the j Conservation Commission was crea ' ted to build up the fishing indus try of the State in an impartial manner and with equal justice to all, island having regard to the uniform I protection and conservation of the j fishing resources of the State, that i the regulations which it is authori j zed to adopt shall be general in their application ,and not designed to benefit a particular class engaged in such industry, to the injury of others engaged in the same industry, and WHEREAS It has been proven to the satisfaction of the Department that seining for fish as carried on by Fishing interests of St. Mary Par ish, is less injurious than that of Hoop net fishing, and WHEREAS the Department has not been requested to stop hoop net waters, There fishing in the said f 0 re BE IT RESOLVED by the Cham ber of Commerce of Morgan City and Berwick, La., that representing the development of the industries 0 f these communities, of which the fishing industry is an important on e, and is a rapidly growing busi ness productive of not noly eonsi derable commercial benefits to these communities, but of financial importance to the State of Louisi ana, which it is the civic duty of this Body to at all times protect and encourage, we hereby respectfully protest to the Department of Con servation against the proposed ac tion of closing the waters in St. Martin Parish to seining for fish, as being .discriminatory in character, not designed for the conservation of fish in the waters of the State, nor in the interest of the State, but resulting in the commercial protect ing of mode of fishing at the ex pense of another. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That we therefore earnestly request the Department of Conservation to rescind its proposed action, and in the alternative ,that for the protec tion of the fish within said waters that resolution be made a general one, as in equity and the intent of the law it should be, and that the prohibition be made general and mandatory upon all, and the above named waters be absolutely closed to all forms of fishing for commer cial purposes. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Department, and likewise a copy to each of our Re presentatives, the Police Jury of the Parish, our State Senator, by the Secretary of this organization. BERWICK NEWS Mr. Williard Hanson left for Port Arthur, Texas yesterday, after spending a few days with relatives: and friends. - - • Mrs. Marie Hymel who has been visiting friends, left for Miami, Fla. Mrs. Lillie Hays of Jeanerette, La., visited Mrs. Jno. Walters. Mr. Sam Granata, who has been attending college in New Orleans is now at home where he will re main for the summer. the OPERA HOUSE Special Fox offerings for month of June. June Caprice, "In The Mischief Maker," June 7. Theda Barra, "The Vixen", June 14th. Gretchen Hartman and Allen Hale, "The Love Thief." June 21st. Valaska Suratt, "T.he Victim." 28th.