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Published daily except Sunday. C. E. KING. Mua««r. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Year in advance ........$4.00 Months >n advance .......2.00 Months in advance ...... 1-00 Month ................... 40 Week ......... 10 Rates of Readers, Notices, Cards f Thanks, Obituaries, etc: Per line first issue , ......... & Subsequent issues .... ...... 2%* Entered as second class mail mat ter at the Postoffice of Morgan City COMING TO THE ARCADE FRI DAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 27 AND 28. No» since the munitions explosion on Black Tom Island in New York Bay had the countryside along the north shore of Staten Island rever berated with such terrific concus sions as when Greater Vitagraph staged its military scenes of "Wo manhood, the Glory of a Nation,' featuring Alice Joyce and Harry Morey which is at the Arcade theatr« July 27 and 28. The islanders turned out en masse to watch the sway and surge of battle. They are the first Americans, treated as a community, who have any semblance of modern war tactics as conducted before Verdun and on the Somme. Here was a great departure from the old -fashioned type of battle scene done for show purposes. Staten Island, a stone's throw from Manhattan, rocked under the roar of great guns to make Vita graph's great spectacle for Ameri can military preparedness convinc ing. Staten Island saw the sky ablaze at night with illuminating bombs. It beheld trench mortars hurling their explosives into the opposing burrows a few yard away. It gasped at troops sheltered by curtain fire hacking their way through the barbed wire entanglements to rush the snug, sandbagged trench forts. It mar veled at .huge howitzers and 42-cen timeter cannoi\. it shuddered and . retreated in a panic at the gas at tracks with their sinister, safforn clouds stealing before the breeze upon the doomed defenders of other wise impregnable positions. Commodore J. Staurt Blackton, who personally produced this picture had the co-operation of the v 3th Coast Defense Command, N. G. N. Y., and accompany of regulars from / the United States Army. The 550 men of this command went into camp and lived there for two weeks under strict camp conditions. The ordinarily mild aspect of the rolling terrain was changed with pick and spade until it seamed like the wrinkled face of Mars with trenches and bomb shelters. Then commanding positions and ambushes alike were altered with the long blue-black muzzles of heavy guns as monuments of destruction. Queer engines, lurked in the trenches. Pipe coils and gas masks and steel head gear and hand grenades and para» chutes were behind the lines. Obser vation balloons, aeroplanes and ar mored cars were closfr at hand. All these things had been assembled for the big scenes. And although days and days were spent in filming these scenes and hundreds of thousands of dollars in securing them, they only compose vivid fftshes in the finished produc tion, lending atmosphere and color $o the sodf-Min-ing production as ai whole. 'There will be days. Prices: Mi Prices Night 25 ; LOST a both on and 30c. ta. pair Re 3t. ■am û occurred about noon ^ ®®^ond street. A buggy be - to the Livery Stable and dnven by a negro boy met his Waterloo" at the corner of the Bank of Morgan City's building oc cupied by the Review and Palmer Howard Ins. offices. The horse at tached to the buggy got to mn and missed the stable door By a few yards striking the corner of the bank's building with the result that one of the buggy shafts and the top of thi- buggy were demolished. A CORRECTION In Hie proceedings of the Wo man's National Defense Council published in the Daily of yesterday, it was omitted to mention that Mr. J. M. Dyer was temporary chairman of the meeting until the officers were elected. CIVIC LEAGUE The Civic League of Morgan City will meet at the City BUI tomorrow Thursday, July 19, at 4 o'clock in w afternoon. of State b Wilbur D Nesblt K^7ut/ior of Tbur nag and My Hag* "Thou too sail on, O Ship of State, Sail on, O Union, strong and great' Proud before her sister ships she sails the seas of time; Out, far out upon the deep, all stately and sublime— What of fearsome whisperings and what of doubting eyes? She has stoutly held her course beneath the blackest skies, She has fought the billows off and she has dared the gales When her sister ships have drifted back with tattered sails. The old ship, the bold ship, the ship that we are sailing on! Straight she goes and great she goes—her sister ships a-trailing Riding out the bitter storms all steady; stanch and straight — The old ship, the bold ship, the good ship of state / Other ships go wallowing uncertain to and fro, Staggering and wavering against the winds they go; Other ships go craftily in fear of warring fleets— Proud before her sister ships she sails with straining sheets ; Out the course and on the course with compass pointing true, She has tossed aside the bleakest winds that ever blew. The old ship, the bold shipI Full seasoned is each rib of her; Honest thread and trusty seam from spinnaker to jib of her; Ready for the storm or calm, all comely and sedate — The old ship, the bold ship, the good ship of statel Sail before your sister ships the course that you must make! Let them waste their whisperings of wonder in your wake ! JVe who sail aboard of you, full well we know your strength, Know how sure you breast the waves that lurch along' your length, Know the times that you have met the shiver and the shock, Racing in your royal rush by hidden reef and rock ! The old ship, the bold ship, the ship that we are sailing on; Great she goes and straight she goes, her sister ships a-trailing on, Following and wallowing within her wake they wait — The oft ship, the bold ship, the good ship of statel (Copyright, 1917, by W. D. Neebit) Where Old *Glory Goes Wilbur D Nesblt %^7utAor of Tour Hog and My Hag* Up and down in all the lands and all the seas between; Brave and bold against the sky, and clear and fair and clean; Winding through the wilderness, or on the beaten track; Half the way around the world—and more than that, and back. Whither will Old Glory go? But whither has it gone? Mark the way of honor that it has not smiled upon. Snapping from the halyard block» of argosy and fleet; Fluttering to fife and drum that time the marching feet; Beating back the driven spray, and blazing o'er the nanda— It has led a starry way —a way through all the lands. Whither will Old Glory go? But whither has it gone? Where the spot it has net held the glory of the dawn? Men have gone beneath it o'er the hills and o'er ihe waves; Men feel Its caresses while they slumber in their graves.' Red and white and blue it glows against the bending sky, Bringing everywhere it goes new lustre to the eye. Whither will Old Glory go? But whither has it gerne? Teil the miles it has not traced—the way it has not won! (Copyright, 1917, by W. D. Net bit.) VANT ADDS AND NOTICES SEE I- W. PADDOCK FOR IN 1 SURANCE. j Several Houses for rent—Apply ! to Dr. J. C. Berwick. Phone 6 FOR RENT—Two nice furnished rooms—Call Phone 282. lwk Sole agents of "WOUNDINE" for relief of pain, applied locally—Peo pies Drug Co. MONEY TO LEND ON REAL ES TATE SECURITY—ST. MARY BUILDING ASSOCIATION. lmo. FOR RENT: Rooms for 1 or 2 men. Modern. $10 per month for one; $14.00 for two roomers. Phone 278. tf NOTICE BOOMS FOR RENT. Apply to Hy. Olivier on Third Street near Railroad Avenue. 26t FOR SALE—Full set Harvard Classics, 50 volumns, brand new. Make offer. Address The Review, Morgan City, La. 2wks. Phone that "AD" to The Review. This paper will find a buyer for any thing you have to sell and the cost will be but a trifle. Try it. For Putting steel valve in single Tube Tires—Apply to Albert Pros perie, Third Street, Morgan City. La. 2wks. TO RENT—One room with bath and modern conveniences connected. $2.50 per*week for 6ne person or $4.00 per week for two. Phone 18. lwk AUTOMOBILE TO HIRE DAY ANq NIGHT SERVICE Charge for trips within City limits 25c for one passenger. For party of two of more 15c each. Phone'31 or 32S. A. CUTRERA THURSTON HOTEL Cool rooms with board $2.00 per day. Special rates by the week. Excellent Service Opposite Depot Mrs. Fred Smith, Prop. REMEMBER EXCURSION LAUNCH THE DALLES Will Charter to Private Parties by hour, day or week. For pleasure trips, Hunting or Fishing trips. Equipr <cnt absolutely First-Class and accommodations for Sixty Pas sengers. Communicate with, CAPT. S. E. LOWE, Morgan City. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors of the Dyer-Leh mann Co., Ltd.,-of Morgan City, La., are hereby notified that all claims against the said Company roust be itimized in full and attested before a notary public and presented with out delay to the undersigned recei ver for adjustment. , Signed: L. J. BASS, Receiver for Dyer-Lehmann Co., Ltd. 10t Ltd. NOTICE Office of Morgan City Drug Co., Morgan City, La., July fi, 1917. Publie notice is hereby given that the MORGAN CITY DRUG COM PANY, LIMITED, a Corporation created and organized under the laws of the State of Louisinaa, hav ing its domicile in Morgan City, St. Mary Parish, Louisiana, was dissol ved by written consent of all, the stock holders of said Company on the 29th day of June A. D. 1917; That the Secretary of State of Louis iana has issued a certificate of dis solution; And that public notice of said dissolution is given in a paper published in St. Mary Parish, the said corporation's domicile, in ac cordance with the provisions of the State of Louisiana. K. R. Hood, C. P. Lynch, Richard H. Chargois Board of Directors of said Com pany. -, Ditch's Butcher Soy Says Tempti hg meats at prices mis QUALITY FO**TOLK5 WHO CARR C©c , .PROMPT DELIVERY Phones: Market 147. 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