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At The Payhouse
Friday iicit the nrlanacenment iill
f11. ; for tilt' alpplrov\al of th,, public
rit, lPalainltottlt pi' ture. The S lea,
.Man's Son.' a stquel t o the poputlar
dIra'ia. "The Squaw Man, in Ihith
\\'a!ila e It id, miot popli]ar of the
y itnger a, tors, is thle hri hl'. partil'ct
lar star, support, i y nofI lesS a favor
ite than Anita King:. The S'ila\\
Mlant'S `oti" 1 truly in lian story.
in whic'h little 1lai 1 \ i\ llati , lR id 
the s ion of t Nat -u ri''il, who ha.i . t
jo.\ed th,, aAllh 4,f iii, fath,'r's ,.4
aIl st a ittnd It i.t I r 4 i\iliialti nlt. I ti l t
call ii: t!1. \t It IW t 41 t s11,tr "'1"it 11
h i' hi, h e 1 1 ,i . i \ V.t il 1 ,a 1- ,. ;I \ it I t l -_
t lt i ." ht i' i .: l l;tl. ; 1. a "t ill\t
Int :ate (h atr li- t Wr i tIt, .. \ i lt \\itti
te lt it it in It t h. an tI;," end I f t e.
gstory istt'r- : t hl ;itl i the t' n . a
a unt t her the .i tittlar ttar. I 'atnit'.
\ 'tarod \ill i ,e the it 'lt a,'rin itoii l "IT ,
Crof ystal Iia:t r.e inal a ('t I r ri ' s '
0onntt, l e1 . t: ia1;t \n ,ith k a lndl Ith I
to tliao hihhi?' ru-st 'ti-tittl. e aIl iiiitiis
t im persotts-. a h uatialate re;lroluh
TULANE.
Seand blwyn & (o tlp an will prr-"n
thatir lltest sll r-ti e sto-I es havl
'O.s "'"tr anld \V.,r'us' . :t rh+ T1
labee haitr a titne orek lgay thaiii
ureditabll . cthe very ood pnair to wl
trevt'ndge and,l haingt o el perients of
tl ti' c utu ti rt 'y th . i lt if , li " l t lti: r itil
to guide or to larn the detile on
.\countery-naught . iness as a. suital
en tdiscover that getting into
a 1 1h i ,'v e d 1 ,\ ith " N ,w\ ,'n 1i),1y s " a n d . N .
trodyuble is far easier than gettigr anout
of rt, and that, lackingd at tpractinsed
Thandat the coNe Yur. buenes in itroubl-e are
lmore apt to behave like a boomer an it
pany. a proectile. ad It heir f brle at pre
ing inerlard with his thin the shaftsw.
"Twit, and barbs of social commen pt
aIn ther ncastch of well known players
"}''air and \ Vir'iner" is the i ,r-riest
of tabe seen ivulhere are in three idgeleys o
sabounline drama and hic iSchwager,
oHarrd. It orthins with a revolationy.
to two hihly rFox Slaytorale and ore
timus and persons a hSydne d above rho ron.h
and below interest. and a wife, a per
feet paragonº of innocent doetusticity,
thanotheir respective spousweek for tave
been ha'-ing a time more gay than
creditable. The very good pair vow
 revenge, andr having no experience
to guide or to warn them de tide on
counter-naughtiness as a suitable
course.
They discover that gettinp into
trouble iseasons far easier than getting out
of it, and that, lacking a practised
hand, the consequences of trouble are
more apt to behave like a boomerang
than a projectilew phot is. oplayn brief, pre
cisely the kind of thing Avery flop
wood knows best how to handle, and
to interlard with his inimitable shafts
of wit, and barbs of social comment
ary.
In the cast of well known players
to be seen here are Sager Mitunity to cdgeley
Isabelle Mendoz, C. Paul Schwager,
Harriet Worthington, Frank Conway.
Dorothy Fox Slaytor, Edward t )ore
mus and S. Sydney a peppery song hon.
LOEW'S CRESCENT THEATER.
Another kn and ck-out week for the
Crescent Theater ds promised by the
bill which Marcus Loew has circuited
to New Orleans. There are ten of
the finest vaudeville numbers that lo
cal playgoers people have seen in
many seasons on the bill for the week
and the motion picture offeriof song andgs are
of the highest types, including Ses
sue Hayakawai the celebrated Japan
ese actor in a new photoplay entitled
andThe Call of the East." and Dorothy
Phillips in a new picture of New York
life entitled ''Bondage." ILew's Cres
cent is offering a continuous daily
performance, starting every day at I
o'clock and running through to 11 o'
clock at night, thus affording the bus
iness man, the shopper and the pleas
ure seeker an opportunity to come
and go when they please at prices
which make a short trip to the thea
ter within reach of all.
"*Rags" Leighton, noted minstrel star,
A Collection of
LOVELY NEW HATS
For
Every Autumn Occasion
5.00 7.50 10.oo
Women will be pleased
to find such a wide range
of smart styles so early
in the season-and such
becoming ones, too, in
semi-soft and draped ef
fects, also hundreds of
large and small hats at
: these prices.
FRED. S. KAUFMAN
707-709 Canal Street
Second Floor Take Elevator
and Kennely. another popular son,
::ndl dance artist. will give an act of
their own under the title of "The
.lazz I)uo." M1ack & .oseprine are to
,present songs. style and sayings.
sis.iln Ilayakaaa. the Jaapanese
star. will aplpear in "The ('all of the
East" at the Sunday. Monday. Toes
day and W\\ednesday showinles.
lleooth & leander. the "Nutt ('y
clists" in eccentritc acrobats on
wheels: Irene and lIo-u ('arbray in
tn i relily niee l represent:ttion of
son:. and dan e: \e T. Illinlies an!d
IEva Ihlolliston in their cIever andl 1\"
abiel' eoneldy entitled 'Loolking for
Ihets' ' whiich is said to carry us back
it) the d;iys if t Shorel .\cre''- lise
lierry is to ipretselnt her new piian and
sonig a t : Ilnd the !l.i- oil best bet
for the children aned for those of tihet
otler enieration \\ ho love animalsa.
a\ill ( Ted (I)solirne'. s twelve pets ill
S Iplaylet entitled .'All 'their ()win."
Lo.\\'s l'niersal Weekly \\a 1 ive
-(onc tole e1 Vttie' 1 i tulre's olf the' iorhld's
etrie.s as play'ed at the' Iol (;rounds.
\e'\W York'a. alt e.e.\ 's (' rrent le:\et'ts
eill d"e it t I iany of the recent hiall
Iim r I ('1(li t t ill) \l ih ll' wl il"
it hte '' antid abr'ad 'l i'here will also
tI"e the' n ;il lltlt land .e'if and (,car
'm (ll t' 1illiC5.
1,4(1tlils. Ii::10S IN NEW iltl.
Iy eir I i'rrre.tpondent.
\VI't. i. DilXON
Ne'.\ Yotrk. Oct. . 1917.
\ir. iThotlata t.1e(uil!ing has at last
!ol,, 1the .\nient (Order of lh'ne
\\iliait Talhbert and l yhle Levine.
I.i) promisinig lyoung lbar pilot!<. \\ill
-,ecln leavet' feor .\litr:ilia oi lThe goodi l
lip 1h\lo .
nlr. Jnou. .lanrtagh gave a stag in
!ionor of Duiiblin KCetiy liary. who
is lehving for the front as chief
grenade tl hrio\\ er.
.lno. I e('arty i-= noiw 0 oitneeted
a\ith the Maliry S. S. C. o.
W'illiam Sinapper Dixon is niow in
i'arge of the I('oni. l)Dwyer hardware
store.
,iJoe Ilerbert has libeen drafted into
the National Army.
J. Mooney. now in the U'. S. ('av
alry. is stationed at ('Camp lieher.
Jirmmy MlcMahoney is also sta
tioined at 'amp lieher.
William Durgan is now chief coal
trinmmer on the S. S. El Valley, his
many friends wish him success.
Johnny Younger is growing
younger every day. He is now in
charge of the Galley assisted by Mr.
SCHOOL NOTES
McDONOGH 4 ROLL OF HONOR.
Eighth Grade A-Scholarship andi
deportment: Geo. Rau, Albert Sen
ner and Behrman French. Scholar-i
ship: Gaines Gilder and Elmer 1
Barichevich.
Eighth Grade B-Sidney Dupy.
Evans Mahoney, Melford Pitre. Felix
McAnespy, Reany Angelo, Gerald l
Cooper and James Stafford.
Seventh Grade A-Philip Saleeby
and Milton Acker.
Seventh Grade B-James Peeler, ]
.John Cieutat, Beverly Legendre. Ed
ward Newell and Eugene Leboeuf. 1
Sixth Grade A-Roy Keenan, Mat
Crawford and Joseph Maggio. 1
Sixth Grade B-Louis Cronan.
Charles Christiangen. Joseph Folse. /
Albert Monroe, Bertrand Peck, Irvin 1
Campbell. Horace Harris, Roy Ripp. 1
Louis Fernandez, lee Steele and I
Mark Hynes.
Fifth Grade A-Scholarship and
deportment: Alvin Covell. Robert
Danehower. Milton ,Henry, Malcolm
Schwarzenbach. James Calvin and
.Joseph Brune. Scholarship: Wil
liam Rossmer and Fred John. l)e
portment: William Parker, Peter
Anderson and Aidan Baker. 1
Fifth Grade B-Scholarship and le
portment: Joseph Susslin, Stanford
Wilmore, ohn Curran. Royal Wil
liams, Thonms Little and Albert
Newberry. Scholarship: Emmett
Hogan, Lee Menge, Charles Willis.
Herman Gundisch, Alvin Le Blanc,
Roy Hingle and Rubin Piere.
Fourth Grade A-Scholarship and
deportment: Hymel Amuedo, Julian!
Humphrey, William Entwistle, Elmo
Voegtlin, Chester Camus, Harold
Treadaway. August Bachot, Leslie
Kirkpatrick, Harold Stinger, Joseph
Sutherland. Collie Mangano, Charles
Terreborne, Richard Fernandez. Sid
M)lody, on the S. S. Antlillel, I'. S.
.\. T.
T. J. Nolan is connected with the
Vauuntu Oil ('an Co.
J. (;eo. Iuissel is now speinding a
few days wait.ht Martin O'l)owdle at
the Eagle hall.
labe Ilson is inow clhef n the
,ail ship. Mic'key lHagen.
Pl'hil liertherlock and J. lt'ynolds.
two ill i cat il engiters. are low ott
the S. S. \Ve-t statiotned in New
York.
.1o« IlDunn is taker on the S. S.
.%lu - 1'. S. A. T.
Joe Iuper ik third asi-atint en
gi'er on the S. S. El Mar.
+1:. II. Vezieni is tflfrd a sistailn
e ii i r o" Il oili t he ti tea ships of
the .torziln I.nli€,.
l',irl Southerlalidn . Kid Diket are
10A\ tiding n,)I tih S. S. IE .\lnii r
a;lltil.
l Sparr aind ll:l k iinann are oil
in; o in th e E i-li al a i Ey.
t It -i. I)tal, and i' hirlie liainiy
ld Ie r .h l . inlr s are in the l10r
li ,urk I.M rvinl i collnneoRtet with
thll. KlntnIe y repair -hop.
Thomas 'i il io is still! aa itlh the
Ii)!iIninoni I ! a,,ly i- third assist
iant nl gi n the S . t e . . . r talon.
Th1 w l.rriA br otherL. law. (lu and
H,.lnry a:' all hohlinlz important
its ni ford is oill li- way to Eng
l ii l, on the S. S. lctaeon. 1'. S. T.
Ed I :ivizi( and Freddie Tentlov
er have go'ne to Newport Nei, to
ine. ,uit ia ni\ hip for the Morgan
line.
Jlin . Shroder a\ill ue trlaferred
toi la riger ship.
PERSONALS.
t('nontinued from Page 1)
itrs. Fred C. Kint presented her
husband with a halby boy last Thurs
day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. P'osey of .22
Horier street are receiving cotiLrat
ulations on the arrival of a ahby girl
at their home.
Mrs. R. Dickson of Parsons. Kans..
was a visitor of Mrs. .lames tlirgiins
in Pelican avenue.
The Priday Night Euchre Club was
entertained by Mrs. P. Goebel last
week. The successful players were
Miss S. Kappler. Mrs. ('. Frisch and
Mrs. DI). Murtagh. The consolation
was won by Mrs. S. Boylan. The
next meeting will be held at the home
of Mrs. Iloffstetter.
ney Andre, John lHunn and George
Zatarain.
Fourth Grade B-Frederick Krae
mer, Wilson Barrett. Charles Ra
melli. Joseph Weilbacher, A. Serpas
and M. McNeely.
Third Grade B-Hooper Dauen
hIauser, Allen Guillot and Louis Pe
terson.
Third Grade A--Morris Bodenger,
HWillipm Short and Vincent Trauth.
Second Grade B--Charles Fink,
Ferdle Bodenger. \Walter Holley,
Bennie Weiner, Preston Delcazal and
Harold O'Brien.
First Grade A-Howard Evans,
Dan Church and Ben Erickson.
First Grade B-Julius Messner,
Charles Soulant, Floyd Breune. El
bert Ross. Leander Boudreaux. Al
bert Brodtman. John Carruba, Milton
Covell. Charls Hildebrand, Alvin
Short and Albert Wilson.
AIX)LPH MEYER NCHOOL.
Miss Florence McGarry has been
appointed substitute teacher, in
place of Miss Jane Sherrard, who
is teaching under contract, in one
of the country schools, and who has
been granted a leave of absence by
the School Board.
Tuesday, Oct. 9. was Fire Preven
tion Day. The pupils were assem
bled in the basement and given a
very instructive talk, by the Prin
cipal in the methods of preventing
fire waste; later in the day there
was a Fire Drill.
Mr. J. E. Lombard, Director of
Physical Training in the Public
Schools, was a visitor during the
week. As this was his first visit to
the school he was shown through
the building by the Principal. He
was much pleased and greatly sur
prised at the large number of pu
pils enrolled.
Mr. O. J. Davieson came in also
on an inspection tour, as well as to
learn the urgent need of the school.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL NOTES.
The 4th Illinois Infantry passed
through our town last week. -While
the cars were waiting for a connec
tion the soldiers were taken out for
exercise.
The principal of Belleville School
wished the children to see the sol
diers and the soldiers to be cheered
by the children, so "Rapid Dismissal
Bell" was rung in time for all the
girls to tee them. The band stopped
in front of the school, played a tune
and then that rousing march "Illin
ois." As the men passed the chil
dren greeted them with continuous
clapping and some of the men threw
to the children slips bearing their
name to serve as visiting cards.
AMENDED CHARTER
OF MERCANTII.E REALTY COMPANY,
I NX(( )RPORATED.
United State, of America. State of Louisi
:na, Parish of Orleans, City of New
Ile it known, that on this eighth day of the
monnth of October. in the year of our Lord
one thousand nine hundred and seventeen,
and of the Independence of the United
States of America the one hundred and forty
first, before me. Francis P. Burns, a no
tary pu'l'c, duly c mmissioned and qualified,
in and for this city and the Parish of Or
I lean~, therein residing and in the presence
of the witneses hereinafter named and un
ders:gned.
IPersonaly came and appeared Edgar M.
Rea, president, and Peter J. Stouse. secre
tary. wlho declared that at a special meeting
of the stockholders of the Mercantile Realty
Company, Incorporated, a corporation organ
ized by an act passed before Francis P.
Burns. notary public, on April 5th. 1917, re
corded in M. 0. B. 1306, folio 550, held at
the office of said Mercantile Realty Com
pany, Incorporated, on October 8. 1917, they
were .authorized as president and secretary,
respectively of said Mercantile Realty Com
pany Incorporated, as appears by copy of
the resolution of the stockholders hereto at
tached and made part hereof, to appear be
fore ae, notary, for the purpose of amend
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CH RYSANTiH. M IU :y~MS py
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S•\E will have the,: , t .:
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in the city for large
Remember our prices
. ¢' c t"'- : ,I .i;' L E.I4\ . I) D'. ': h. .*:.
w ill be less.
S ' RICKS ,
. r a l ' ad r1 n .' f . , .ahvilla Cm ~,-,
CHRYSANTHEMUMS I
SSt. i p Oak can
and The:. , ,c f .' . ..
J ,ck .o •1 . , lv."e 37:
e can s upply you with choice t flowers
C hrysanthemums, Roses. Carnations. Ect..
a viitemember to our OALAN NRSERY Met
airie Cemetery will beconvince you.less.
RICES REASONABLE
Special Attention to Country Orders
FLOWERS
for ALL SAINTS DAY
Choice Blooms of Roses, Lilies, Carnations
Orchids at Reasonable Prices.
We are especially prepared to meet the great
demand for flowers on All Saints' Day, Novem
ber 1. and advise you to order early. Prompt at
tention paid to country orders.
The Flower Shop
HENRY SCHUERMANN. Prop.
Phone Main 2021 108 BARONNE STREET
CHOICE CHRYSANTHEMUMS
In Large Quantity
For All Saints' Day
ROSES - CARNATIONS - LILIES
Fancy Aspara Ferns Free with AU Flowers
PROMPT SERVICE-LOWEST PRICES-AUTOMOBILE DELIVERY
Max Scheinuk, Broadway Florist
Phone Walnut 9124 Broadway and Panola
Take Cmradeekt sr SL Chiberae Car 16.25
Pearce's Theatres
T R I AN ()ON
514 ('ANAL ST.
' u I!) () )
($10() ('ANAl4 ST.
PORTOLA
THEATRE
CANAL AND DRYADES STS.
High Class
Motion
Pictures
5 THE BOTTLE
Guaranteed Absolulelh Pure
If your dealer does not handle "GRAPIC"
we will supply yes direct. Phloe Male 3i
PROTECT YOUR CISTERNS
AN1) ('TIIER PROPERTY. REALTY
OWNERS" PROTECTIVE ALLIANCE,
INC.
(IN. 413 CARONDELET ST
OFFICES: 121 S. RAMPART ST.
PII(HNE MAIN 1683.
We have the Experience. We
have Pure Drugs. We render
Perfect Service. If such supe
rior service appeals to you, then
let us fill your prescriptions.
Accuracy first.
Cyrus Broussard
PHARMACIST
Cor. Belleville and Pelican Ave.
Phone Algiers 9120,
We Denver
"THE STORE OF EFFICIENT SERVICE"
Prescriptions Filled Day or
Night.
NEW ORLEAIS' MOST UP-TI-DATE
Florist
FLOR!ST /
"-FLOWERS
THE GIFT OF
525 Canal Street
Phones I. 930 and M. 6283
TULANE Nig~tls 8:15
Nait,. 2:0 o I0
Prices c,, to s .00
"Fair and Warme
LOEW'S CRESCENT
Csoll\l 01)1 E\I. .,I D .ITo iI
10 - BIG VAUDIEVILE ACTS.10
16 - REELS FIRST RUN MOVIES,
I~turI .. . I '. \I. S\'.. :, . . - .... .. 7 -1 , . -MO 4V I s 16
4 ' '' • i t 4 Sho
-Pr' ice AF UP O ,s - 10, -
Prices !Exep.t saturda, and Sunday, 10
NIGHTS '
Sat. and Sun. Afternoons 10, 15f
COME AND $O AS YOU PLEASE
Two Complete Changes, Sunday and Thursday
IIIIONI MAN 333.
IICBST OF VAUDEVILLE
MATINEE EVERY FAY 2 10 Ic TO 5oc BOX SEATS 75c.
EVERY NIGHT 815-1c(k TO 75c. on A2GE I
Foto's Folly Theatre
ATTRACTIONS FOTOS FOLLY THEATRE 1 ' t," Essanay ]in
Week Ending Saturday, October 27. - 2 .' :s.
SI Ii Ra. - R).\ , T . ,25-"The Hand
ý[ D A ,," i-"I ,:., T :.:L .. .1 . .,,:r. .\li . S'ar P1aye,,  -
1. ,.:.-" ; 1 . .:... i. . t,. 1'"' r~t." ley 1, ," . R nu Secret," Trrbn -
, r te 1\V I ,- t \1- 1 ." 1 pa rt. \ ar.
M CN I).1\'. a ' 22 -" - uRcputt,,'a , :.:5 , ,. F 1 U.'I\1. (1 '. 26-"Light and -
IE Ina G, . pr,. a.rt h " F-. av. Shirley Masoa. I5
E : ,,,l e ,i "\N'i c]ted \\fie." 2 t-. 1 at Rking." No. 2, Path,. pr_
)T1 Y . " of 2 parts. "Big V. Comedy," V
c . . !I ~tar. 3 ,rt-. par '.
atS lr "14 C I Oct U
\VE F I )s1.\ \ '. . 54-" lae St - len T:eaty," ",',rl 'Ethel Clayton, S paIs rI
\',gr..p a in S -. 5 i " , K,:nedy" and "Mut tual a el
Where to Stop in New Orlne
NAME Addram Rses in
Henrietta Hotel Nea14 Ro Canal t. p
Schwertz ROOMIN 311 Exchange Rooms 15toNsr,
ChWO HOUSE Place $1 to 1a , o
McEvoy's Hotel 758 Camp w ,eek up
Crescent Hotel 700 Camp week p _I
Larroque House 41 Bienville., See s . tgafr,
50e to 11
The Albert House 735 Iberville St. Per Day ro
R. E. Herbet. r., Prop. Weekly Al,
50cUp WeI,
monms 814 Baronne St. weterl,  -
Fred Buerkle's House Exchange Alley & Rom, 25cufW,,N
aza Hotel Transientu' Ro
Plaza Hotel 225 Dauphine 50 ,7,
While in good Health, Provide egalnst mIae aUd r
by inaurinl in the
CITIZENS' INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURAIM
AND SICK BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
PrFvsusfs 10 - 25 cents per week.
-'I
A Little Talk
on the DRUG QUESTION:
To AVOID SUBSTITUTION is is
essential as to AVOID ERROR.
WE HAVE IT ant YOU GET IT
EXACTLY what you ask for, and
we give you crcdit for knowing
what you want.
Bermudrwh EE-a, DVrre'
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