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at »c U"'«" Eruia* ^^l, t ion Company Shipyard Cleave soon on the selective of f ovcl ""' o ex haust every his empl°y e ^ pxemD tion on in lunds. e r },is exemption to Se h Exemption has *tri»l t he two lower Ex denied, ? ^ ^ grouru j that * pti ° n vfplace can be filled. Mr. been with the U. B. Com ^ aty . n 7- number of years and is ^/leir most efficient and valued His work is intensely .e ^ L jnd he is considered an un ^? ef ficient man in material Whi he gmtiiy ft Company may oe — ^«heirwork in the absence o Mr .. . n d accounting. fl** . _______ may be able to con L-jenie»" ---- . , , . n h r a it is certain that le wi * r missed and a hard man o n. —■- - " , Pickford in < L ® Sb an ' f Opera House Tonig t. -—"— , . fhy not arrive at s °roe ^ 1S i*r*bf the additional pm _^_e Itrj s*' it would entitle t e proper y liters in Morgan City to a ower ininrance rate? The ra es now ^'rÇ'outy m ade no claim but jjjg value to the of government ships prompt __ _____ paid are out of all proportion ^the fire loss record an are on y OD the number of pai men in |e Department. The manner in jdi the able force and vo untier? nÄ grt out and prevent fires would , & .te that no greater expense roald be justified, yet t. e sav ing on BBjtnce by having t e ae e itiona, ipense would permit proptr.y °.\n to pay that expense an s i cn a big having o%e-r t e ,m -.n Chief Evans lias been doing a lot <,f work with the City Tractor on ^ streets lately. Many blocks have «traded into excellent condition ud the good work continues. Miry Pickford in "Less hat", Opera House Tonight. Than OYSTERS ft Begin handling Oys tos for the winter. Your ders will he appreciated whether large or small. Te can serve you as well «er the Telephone as we fli if yen were here. ACK'S ; j j ALITY Phone STORE 268 Our Fall Line Of Shoes WWw ths exclusive agency in Qly far some of the best , ** *••• ere maaufac Jktaeeuntry. Ï** *• •• featuring the fol *la>N «al W ■>_>. p-__ 'km . None Better L00 per pair. Popular Price *•«> mai $MO W. S. Amy •o at $7.00— Beys' » T l tirn i Unlimited LAD,ES ' AND MISSES' BOOTS. 1 >s» T e_ n j ail the New Lusts und Patterns j ROBERTS JOHN- Mud# by a High Grad* Manufacture ! °P ST. LOUIS—Ev. *l"»l •* "LEATH. ar Un d er Our Own Name, Prices From $8.00 te $7.00. These ere the * Seme S h eas that Stores in the Lar ger Cities ere Getting from $10^00 ! to $12.00 n Pair. Fer the Children We Are Show. ; •eg Such Lines as the "Educator", ' "Welten", "JACK A JILL", "Test! A Ted" and nnmerous ether Popular j Lines. AU Will Be Sold Way Be low the Present Worth, as all These | Goods were Contracted Fer Before ! the Big Advance. ; Before you boy, and Save Money. LOEB CO., LTD. Stare Than books, catalogs, folders, etc. The Commercial Printing Department of the Review is keeping abreast of the modern methods for printing on the theory that nothing is too good for its growing list of patrons. i--- (By Ralph Barton Perry of The Vigilantes.) The man who deserves our sympa thy today is the man who cannot give everything; the man whom phys ; ical disability or age, or a dépend en t family, compels to go about the i or( jj nar y things when all the world is doing extraordinary things. Now that war has become a collective so-: cia! effort and not a mere shock of i I arms, he may get something of the feeling of a participant. But he can not wholly rid himself of the notion hat he is a spectator. He must trea( j t jj e familiar round of earn j ng a livelihood with little heart. For gU( .j 1 a t j me ag ^is b e ] ongs Mary Pickford in "Less Dust", Opera House Tonight. The Morgan City Review has just installed a fine wire stitching ma , chine to be used for the binding of THE OPPORTUNITY WHICH INVITES ______ V-...- w wlc young and the f ree; to thoge who are entcr j ng t h e scene j us t as th e a( j ven _ ture } JC gi nS; and can ma j. e th a t ad . ven j ure their vocation, Youth of America, awaken to vour great ROt)d fortune! To yo it is giv to b(? young w h en all the world is young y ou and the new age are go j ng tQ grow up together. You have ^ cbance to ma k e the W orld you arc go j n g to live in. Two years be f ore this war b egan p au ] Sabatier wrote these words of the French man's feelings toward Alsace: "For what are we making these sacrifices? For a very simple matter—to bo faithful to Alsace; but fundament ally, what we desire above all is to be faithful to an idea, to be the knights of this idea, that it may make its definitive entry into the world through us and through our ; suffering." When you who are young shall have grown old in ser jvice, you will be able to say of tri lumphant democracy: "We were its faithful knights. Through us and through our suffering it has made its definitive entry into the world." Subscriptions are still pouring in to The Daily Review as a result of the advance publicity given to the publication of the list of registrants which is now being published in se rial form. High grade Carbon Paper and Stencil of Press Eoard for sale at the REVIEW OFFICE. PHONE 278. IMMEDIATE delivery. -— —...... . The finest typewriter carbon pa per made, for sale at THE REVIEW office. Phone 278 . as i enlisted HUSKY MAN FOR THE NAVY Joe Cox, a heavyweight pugilist, has in the Naval Reserve and gains many recruits by exhibitions of bis feats of strength. Lately he has been helping get cooks for the service. Coffin as a Mascot. Mme. Bertha, who was deported front her sumptuous mansion in the West end of London ns an "undesir able nllcn" a couple of years ago, had an upper room, which lier servants ir reverently called her "vault," hung with somber black curtains, and in the center, mounted on trestles, the most elaborate specimen of the undertaker's art that could he imagined. It was of polished rosewood, finely worked with silver mountings, very massive. On the name plate was deli cately engraved "Bertha Trost." The favorite entertainment of this notori ous beauty specialist, and "reincarna tion of Marie Antoinette," was a re ception to "view my mascot," as she termed this eoftin, and site would ex plain to her startled guests that she kept it near at hand to reconcile her to the idea of deal it Stock Steak. Tlie diner had finished Ills first course and lay back, frowning at the unvanquished steak before liiin. Twice in one minute the new waiter made an attempt to clear away and received a sullen dismissal each time. "Beg pardon, sir." he said at last. "There's a big demand for steak to day. We have only three of them In stock, and. the other two being in use, we'd he glad If you've finished with this one." 92,000 Pieces in Clock. At Beauvais cathedral there is a clock which is composed of 02,000 sep arate pieces, having 52 dial plates. This dock gives the time in the big capitals of the world as well as the local hour, the day of the week and month, the rising and setting of the sun, the phases of the moon and tides, as well as considerable other Informa tion , FOR YOUR BOY ill THE ARMY NOTHING WOULD BE MORE AP i PRECIATED BY HIM THAN THE HOME PAPER. SEND HIM THE WEEKLY MOR ; GAN CITY REVIEW. WE WILL I CHANGE THE ADDRESS AS OFTEN AS HE MOVES. 1 j ! IT WILL BE A $1.50 WELL INVESTED. * ! ; ' j | ! j Dangerous Visitors The fly ii jour enemy. Help naety, annoying, dangurooa. Be arinff to year home gwms from «my etebie, oeee peel end bit a !» in Um vicinity. Proteet year* mît and Uwoe about yea by aegn* the rod tin off BEE BRAND 8ECT POWDER. Hermleee te Im men being« end domeetie enimele, Bee Brand insect Pewder Fllee and: die in • few Will km anta, fleee, r^bwiWnm, and boon of every Und. Directions cqjpeckage. Look for the Bee Brand Trade Mark. ÜWââÂ : : Bottom in Prices A Drop In Everything In My Store Come and See Competition Does Not Worry Me BREITER' GROCERY STORE Breiter Building, Front Street Phone 45. LET ME DO YOUR PLUMBING New Work or Repair Work; Esti mate* Furnished. All Work Guar anteed. Address or see GUY GIROIR, licensed Plumber Morgan City, La. C. A. BLANCHARD Lawyer and Notary Office in First National Bank Bldg Morgan City, La. Ditch's Butcher Hoy Says HERES A CHOP TrlATS BOUND to bless - Someone's meal WITH HAPPiNESS/jV^J^ \ Or Ct ess .PROMPT DELIVERY Phones: Market 147. Res. I V Morgan City, Louisiana THURSTON HOTEL Cool rooms with board $2.00 pei day. Special rates by the week. Excellent Service Opposite Depot Mrs. Fred Smith, Prop. MAHYVARIETlf OF MEATS BUT ONE DUALITY* <3gRV* c m QUALITY* is the specific center of the selling system employed at this market. All of our meats, including our poultry and fish are pure, sweet and tender. Pay your table the compliment of buying its wants here. Octave J. Delaune PHONE NO.»! ■ i , 1 ; ; : MORGAN CITY LAUNDRY (Near Gray'* Hall.) Family Laundering a Specialty Ail Work Guaranteed. SAM SING, Manager Dr. J. ClareDce Berwick Physician and Snrgson Office boors 9-1 a. m.; 4-6 p. m. Office at the Peoples Drag Co. Op : posite New Depot. Calls answered day or night. Office phone No. 6. Residence $21, Morgan City, La. WALTER T. GILMORE ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC First National Bank Bldg Phone 9. Bractice in Federal and State Courts Morgan City, La. NOTICE Reduce Railroad Rates To "The LAFAYETTE FAIR" Lafayette, La. October 11-12-13-14-1917 Races Saturday and Sunday Write For Catalog, F. Y. Mouton, Secretary Me T HE EVANGELINE PRESENTING PERFECTION P HEATRE X X Ï ICTÜRES XX X X 'REMEMBER THEY MUST BF. GOOD ON THE SCREEN" "IF THEY ARE PRESENTED AT THE EVANGELINE" TO-NIGHT Attraction Extraordinary Mary Pickford IN A Paramont Art Craft Feature Production; A timely ta!e*a vibrant, pulsating story of love, showing the human sides the blaze of glory that makes the grim profession take on a sunnier aspect. See The Great Storm Scenes, The Great Temple and the Pool of the Sacred Waters. A worth-while feature, dont \ it. Price 10 and 15 cts. Balcony 10 cts. To morrow A BIG FOX FFA American Red Cross than men tal diseases to serve in Washington, Oct. 2.—More two thousand Red Cross Nurses are now engaged in active nursing ser vice, and another two thousand in teaching and committee work, th National Committee on Nursing of the American Red Cross announced today. Nine thousand more stand ready to serve at once, and a number of trained nurses volunteering »'for service with the Red Cross now tver ages a thousand a month. Miss Jane A. Delano, Chairman of the Nursing Committee, said today that the general scheme of unit or ganization was to keep together groups of nurses and doctors with experience in ^ the same training schools and hospitals. Base hospital ■ units for the Army and the Navy have been recruited from Alumnae of the Schools connected with the largest hospitals in the country, in ï groups of 20, 40, 65 and 100. Besides the base hospital units the Red Cross has established units of nurses for emergency use. Such a hospital unit consists of one doctor : and twenty-five nurses. Specially trained nurses are being held in readiness for work in units de voted to pediatrics, orthopedics, men tal diseases and public health, i Infant Welfare nurses have already been sent to France and to Rumania. Plans are also under way for a spe cial unit of nurses trained in the care the mental wards of the hospitals estab lished at the thirty-two Army can , tonments. Units in orthopedics are 1 being prepared to meet the needs of ; the maimed in the reconstruction hos ; pitals. In the civil zones surrounding the ; training camps and cantonments and Beautiful Wrist Watches In Latest Styles for Ladies and Gentlemen Gold and enamel designs in tiny Wrist Watches with Bracelets of quaint and styl ish character. The military note in the modes of dress de mand the convenient, fashion able Wrist Watch, both for la dies and gentleman. If you don't notice a design to your liking in our Display Window, ask us to show you others. Diamonds Set To Your Liking Studs, rings, brooches and pins may bo mounted Just in the way you prefer with dia mond# of purest water. Aak te see our assortment. Helmperial Jewelry Co. T. W. Schmidt, Mgr. PHONE 46 Export Jewelry mi Welch Repairers ! i I ; ! ' a | 1 ï I • the naval bases, fifty publit hea nur - es have bee: n assigned ; Lo \v< umk •r the Red (' ross Saiiitai y dir tors. N inety-f iv e Red Gros * nur in tl lie Town ant 1 Country Xu la; Sen 'ice are enga. ged in teach inu it il urs ing in rural ami mining dXtri that the public health not suffer needlcsslv. tiff and it home hall Our fashionable, stylish up-to-da* hats trimmed to your taste—call cn Miss Mary Berryhill at Gathright & Soumeillan. OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT In her new play, "Less Than the Dust," Mary Pickford has the role of a little castaway of English birth whi has been reared among natives of the lowest caste of India. The scenes are laid in India and England and are remarkably- faithful pictures of both lands in scenic sets of great beauty and wondrous effect. One of the scenes shows a street with its shops and bazaars and all of the color and ever changing views of an Eastern thoroughfare. Another shows the' British prison. Then there is a great stone temple and the pool of the sacred waters while another effective picture is made of a «torn, in the dessert and there is battle be tween natives and British troops. The story is full of dramatic force and Miss Pickford's part is a blending of the delightful comedy-, winsomeness and innocence that give her portray als such an appealing, girlish charm. Through all of the changing scenes there is a human love story of which the little castaway and a dashing young officer are the central fig ures. Navy League Comforts Committee A meeting of the Comforts Com mittee, of the Navy League, an aux iliary of the Civic League, with Mrs. Ralph Loeb, Chairman, was held Monday afternoon in the City Hall, with an enthusiastic attendance. The Chairman's call for all completed <and uncompleted garments resulted ! in a most gratifying quantity of com pleted garments, and some nearly completed, for which wool was givers out to finish. Nearly one hundred sweaters, mit tens, helmets and mufflers were shipped Tuesday to Mrs. Geo, Dewey. President of the organization. Owing to several generous dona tions, and the the amount made at the Benefit at the Evangeline Thea ter, wool for this second shipment was made possible. Another con signment of Wool will be in this week and the knitters will be busy on a third shipment for the comfort of our boys in blue. To the great regret of the League, i Mrs. Reed's resignation as Secretary I was accepted. Mrs. Reed has served ; this Committee most efficiently, a» ! Secretary, knitter and organizer of ' a Junior League, but ill health com | pels her to withdraw from the active 1 duties. Mrs. Paul Kurzweg was ï unanimously chosen to succeed Mrs. I Reed. Miss Inez Williams is Chair man now of the Junior League, which is doing splendid work, a number of garments going with this shipment, the work of these little girls.