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LEATHER FORECAST—Tonight and Frday, dear and cooler.
THE
jHnrgan fflitw Daily mrutnw
MC ".GAN CITY- LA.. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917
No 33
(flVERNMENT OFFER
MAY END STRIKES
IN BIG SHIPYARDS
p,, posai Is To Share MM.
Costs of Increasing üpon
Washington. Sept
eminent today opened
possible settlement of strikes m I a
Sic coast shipyards by oflenng to
„.V half of any wage increases for
Spades making not more than 10
„er cent profit on commandeered
jyL, San Francisco builders in
whose plants a strike of iron work
ed is in progress agreed to consider
the workers' demand for more pay,
PB the Shipping Boards's cost shar
ia proposal, and prospects for
„ttifog the strike were reported
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Chsirman Hurley of the board
indefinitely a trip to the
PM* on which he had intended to
gut tonight _ Agents of the board
tad of the Department of Labor in
SlB Francisco reported that the em
lltjpn and men seemed near an
Udeaent and that work on the
(PHundeered ships might be re
HMd within a few days.
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Mr. Hariey conferred again today
Mf»—1 Gompers and other of
fAfa pf the American Federation of
labor. Tomorrow he will give at
tftinn to the strikes at Seattle,
and other Pacific coast
' yi&ti and identifications were they
■fchtbe settled on the basis of the
jnponl nude to San Francisco
ppwn.
The Shipping Board's action is
esasidered significant, inasmuch as
t indicates belief that the workers'
for higher pay should be
putod. The board also emphasizes !
fa determination not to let any dif- j
fieattiei prevent the speedy prosecu- !
tbn of ite sig ship building program, i

THE SPANISH TRAIL
The Lafayette parish police jury
fa* arranged with the State High
ly Department to construct imme
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_ fifteen miles of main ; it
mad read from Broussard to Scott
•I thence to the Acadia boundary '
fch Äa state to contribute $25,000 j
* ^project This road will j
j** * in Hie highway, following
Spanish Trail and paralleling
*• Southern Pacific railway.
C. A. Bibbins, Cashier.
H. R. Fleury, Ass't Cashier.
Yfe IT. 3 . McClellan, Pres.
W. C. C. DeGravelles, Vice-Pres.
I« L Fisher, Vice-Pres.
WE EXTEND YOU
Superfect a Banking service as it is possible to acquire, and
; it erery accommodation compatible with sound conser
WKfap business.
H per cent Paid on Savings Accounts
' Truly the Peoples Bank"
Peoples State A Savings Bank
n n .. • MORGAN CITY. LA.
Kailroad Avenue. Open Saturdays until 8 p.m.
G09DREWS,
.TOstdeo*
£ Bank ot Morgan Qtv
WIRST ON THE ROLL OF HONOR
ARE YOU HELD BACK?
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Cathie
F. W, DREIBHOLZ,
Vice-Presdt
For Um little man who wants to
Grow Big—For the big man wants
to Stay Big—for every men. every
where, there's nothing like n SURE,
dependable, CASH BALANCE
IN THE BANK.
Sirplos $52,000.00
laowces <360,000.00
•1XCBKSTKU;
A. B. O'BKIKN,
Asst. Cashier
MORGAN CÏTY ROY
AL MECHANIC
NAV
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Edward Caillouet, an alumnus of
the Morgan City High School, who
recently moved to New Orleans
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Caillouet, has become one of Uncle
Sam's Naval Mechanics. The young
man is now stationed at Norfolk, Va.,
and was 22 years of age when he
enlisted on July 7th. Upon complet
ing his education, he was employed
here for several years by the Char
geois Pharmacy and Wells Fargo ft
Co. The photograph was taken at
his naval headquarters and is repro
duced through the courtesy of the
New Orleans Daily States.
As soon as the state engineers
can arrange, 100 miles of main pub
lic roads will be built as well as
number of lateral roads.
If Lafayette parish with its ex
perience in road building gets the
State Highway department to con
struct their roads, why not do like
wise, especially if the state will con
tribute a sufficient sum to link the
Old Spanish Trail paralleling the
Southern Pacific Railroad in St
Martin parish and connecting same
with the parishes of Lafayette and
Iberia.—Weekly Messenger.
ANTI-CRUELTY.
Cruelty to animals should in some
way be reduced to the minimum
it effectually prohibited. And it is
safe to predict that with the on
ward stride of chirstian reforms the
amount of cruelty will be gradually
lessened until we will wonder at
things that were permitted and are
now usual and frequent It is prob
able that this needed reform will ad
ARGENTINE SENATE
VOTES FOR BREACH !
WITH GERMANY
Buenos Aires, Sept. 19.—The Ar
gentine Senate, by a vote of 23 to 1,
today declared for the breaking off
of relations with Germany.
The resolution now goes to
Chamber of Deputies. There
strong public feeling in favor of
final passage.
the
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vance with others ,for great move- j
ments are interlocked and related j
and one reform cannot make prog-1
^ ress without affording an uplift to ^
the rest. But as hopeful as we may
be yet definite hard aggressive work
is required in order that the advance j
of the anti-cruelty^ crusade should
be as fast and great as possible and
made continuously. That organiza
tion should be encouraged and mon
ey freely used in order that inform
ation be liberally given and the law
vigorously executed who can consci
entiously question. In this era of
ri effective mail and phone service
instances of cruelty should at once
be reported to proper authorities in
the country, in the village, town or
city. It is quite certain that a few
examples of law execution will not
be without a beneficent effect upon
many who manifest a proneness so
cruelly. We believe too, that anti
cruelty should be taught in the
schools. In hartr ony with lessons
of temperance and peace, children
should be taught the baueful, harm
ful effects of cruelty—baneful to
perpetrator as well as victim. Such
a course will be eminently practical
and cannot but enhance the temporal
and moral interest of all classes. It
does seem that in the vast amount of
legislation in city councils, state leg
islatures and congress that the crea
tures which God has given us both
for enjoyment and convenience
should receive ample protection in
enactment and enforcement of
needed legislation.—Ex.
Cruelty to animals in this com
munity and vicinity constitute the
rule and not the exception. Not on
ly negroes—who. are notoriously cru
el to animals—seemingly having no
conception that the brute creation
can feel or need to be •fed, and the
ignorant classes, practice cruelty to
dumb animals—but many whose ed
ucation and enlightment should teach
them mercy are guilty. Some plant
ers work their mules with horribly
galled shoulders and skinned sides,
and business men and factory own
ers allow their drivers to beat and
whelp their stock unmercifully. Just
let your observation range awhile
and see if this is not a true indict
ment.—Cosat Herald.
to
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ta,
of
Eye Troubles
May Be Corrected
By Glasses
Correctly fitted glasses are the so
lution to most eye troubles. Optic
nerves that are working under a
strain of badly fitted glasses or with
out glasses cause headaches and lead j and
ter
der
a
not
the
and
to
ly
to serious optic trouble.
People who wear glasses must also
allow for the decreasing power of
their eyesight, due to age or intense
service and .have glass lens made
suitable.
You need not go to the City or
elsewhere to get expert service in the
fitting of glasses. We guarantee
perfect satisfaction.
Any style glasses or spectacles
wanted may be secured here.
EYES TESTED FREE
Thelmperial Jewelry Co.
T. W. Schmidt, Mgr.
PHONE 46
Jewelry and Watch Expert Repair«
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TWO SUBMARINES
! SENT TO BOTTOM
IN THE NORTH SEA
1 Copenhagen, Sept. 19.—Two Ger
1 man submarines have been sunk by j
'British naval forces, reports the Ber-1
! gen correspondent of the Tidens Teg-'
.tiens. Seven men from the U-boats j
j Were taken prisoners.
I - An armed Biiti.-h steamer in the
Vorth sea sank a German submarine
j which w as shelling a neutral sailing
i vessel. The second submarine was I
j sun k by a British torpedo-boat de
j stroyer while attacking an armed
steamer.
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Railroads Ask To Bo
Allowed 25c For
Ferry Charge
The Mayor,
Morgan City, La.:
Dear Sir:—For information, I am
enclosing herewith copy of applica
tion ot carriers for an additional 25
cents in passenger fares at river
crossings.
This case will be called for heav
ing at an early date, and I will noti
fy you in due course of the exact
date of the session at which this case
will be called.
Very truly Yours,
HENRY JASTREMSKI,
Secretary.
New Orleans, La., Sept. 4, 1917.
To the Honorable Railroad Commis
sion of Louisiana,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Dear Sirs:—Your petitioners re
spectfully wish to call your atten
tion to the very expensive Ferry
Service maintained at New Orleans,
by the Morgan's Louisiana ft Texas
Railroad ft Steamship Company and
the Texas and Pacific Railwy, and at
Baton Rouge, by the Morgan's Louis
iana ft Texas Railroad ft Steamship
Company and the New Orleans,
Texas ft Mexico Railway, across the
Mississippi River;
The expense of operating this ser
vice has been increasing from year
to year, therefore, we respectfully
ask your authority to make a charge
of twenty-five cents ($.25) per capi
ta, for this service.
In this connection, and for the
purpose of justifying our application
attention is directed to the fact that
similar charges are in effect at other
iMssissippil River Crossings ,such as
|$cksburg, Memphis, St. Louis, etc.
- Respectfully submitted,
J. T. MONROE,
Morgan's Louisiana ft Texas Railroad
ft Steamship Co.
C. W. STRAIN, G. P. A.,
New Orleans, Texas ft Mexico Rail
way.
GEO. D. HUNTER, P. T. M.
Texas ft Pacific Railway.
CANE GROWERS NOT SATISFIED
The cane growers are about the
only people not receiving fair treat
ment from the Government. We
believe the time has come for the
cane growers to realize that the wish
of the United States Government
and people is to destroy the sugar
industry. They should come to
gether, organize and take the maL
ter up with the sugar houses, in or
der that the local refiners agree to
make no more, raw sugar, but make
a sugar to be put on the market in
competition with the sugar trust and
not be at the mercy of the trust and
continuous attacks of congress and
the government.
Unless sugar can be made stable
and profitable and reliable, the best
thing for the small grower to do is
to quit, cultivating the cane.—Week
ly Messenger.
Swellings of the flesh caused by
inflammation, cold, fractures of the
bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu
matism can be relieved by applying
BALLARD'S SNOW UNIMENT. It
should be well rubbed in over the
part affected. Its great healing
and penetrating power eases the
pain, reduces swelling and restores
natural conditions. Price 25c, 50c j
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold By Be- :
langer Drug Co.
NOTICE
TO PROPERTY OWNERS
WITHIN 150 FEET OF
ANY SEWER LINE.
Tou are hereby notified
to comply with City Ordi
nance number twelve, re
lut. ve to sewer connec
tions.
M. D. SHANNON,
Mayor.
C. C. deGRAYELLES.
Pres. Board of Health.
PROPERTY OWNERS
NOTIFIED TO COM
PLY WITH SEWER
AGE ORDINANCE
Mayor Morris D. Shannon and Dr.
Charles deGravelles, President of
the Board of Health, have notified
all property owners within 150 feet
of any sewer line to comply with
City Ordinance No. 12, which regu
lates house sewerage, plumbing,
drain laying and connections with
the house sewers.
Special attention has been direct
ed to Section Two, of the Ordinance,
which requires every property owner
located within boundaries drawn
from the Bay to the center of Fed
eral Avenue, and from/the M. ft T.
R. R. to the center ^ of Brashear
Avenue, within 150 feet of « house
sewer, to make connections with the
house sewer and to discharge all
house sewerage therein. In default
of such connections being made
within one year from the date of the
completion of the sewerage system,
the Town of Morgan City shall at
once proceed to make such connec
tions at the expense of the owner.
It is provided, however, that con
nections with vacant lots shall not
be required.
Provisions of Section Two make
it a misdemeanor to use house sew
ers for any other purpose than to
dispose of the liquid wastes from do
mestic, household and industrial ser
vice; or to place in it any matter'
that may not be properly dissolved!
by the sewerage, or anything that'
will form deposits in the sewers. It j
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANN
Morgan City's Strong st Financial Institution
Capital and Surplus $100,000.00
Resources Over Half-Million Dollars
SAFETY AND EFFICIENT SERVICE
This bank is under the supervision of the COMFPROL
LER of THE CURRENCY U. S. GOVERNMENT and its
affairs are conducted by leading business men of the city.
WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS
No account too small; None too large; We serve all
Herbert M. Cotten, President
E. A. Pharr, Vice-Pres., K. R. Hood, Cashier,
M. E. Norman, Vice-Pres., C. P. Lynch, Asst. Cashier.
GIVE YOUR CLOTHES A SQUARE DEAL]
Did you know that regular cleaning and pressing adds
materially to the life and service of your clothes? It T
certainly does.
DONT BE A SLOUCH !
Bring that wrinkled, dirty, baggy suit to us and see what
a wonderful improvement we can make in it. Then see
how much better you feel.
Orders Taken for Tailor-Made Suits
A. J. GLASER, TAILOR AND PRESSER
PHONE 273.
RAIN OF BRITISH
SHELLS STRIKES
TERROR TO BERLIN
Ever Increasing Fire Ail Along
Flanders Front Felt To Be
Ominous
Eombanlmvnt by ih< British a 1 1 i 1 -
ery of the German lines in the
Ypres sector in Flanders continues
most intense in force. An attack
on a larger scale than the usual raids
probably is imminent.
Berlin apparently is much exer
cised over the ever-increasing vol
ume of shells from the British big
guns. From the Houthulst wood,
northeast of Ypres, to the River Lys,
on the Belgo-French border, Berlin
reports, the British fire has been de
structive. Field Marshal Haig's ar
tillery increased its volume of shots
to drumfire several times.
As on the front in Flanders and
Artois, there has been no major
operation on the French portion of
the western front. At several points
from the Aisne valley to the Lor
raine the French have made raids
into the German defenses. Here,
too, the expenditure of ammunition
is great, especially on the Aisne
front and northeast of Verdun.
The Italians have been more ac*
tive on the Trentino front, harassing
the enemy with raids and strong
artillery fire. In a forward move
ment near the Carzano, in the Su
gana valley, east of Trent, the Ital
ian captured 200 prisoners. Austro
Hungarian attacks on the Bainsizza
plateau continue, but General Ca
dorna's men have held them for no
gains. ,
Check a cough or cold in the lungs
before it develops a serious case.
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
is an effective remedy for all sore
ness or congestion in the lungs or air
passages. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Belanger
Drug Co. * j
is also a misdemeanor to connect
with any house sewer and discharge
any sewerage into it before com
pleted and connected with the gen
eral outfall.

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