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ting license. law by the last Leg ature are m tg t~mselves ap arent in. the 3re t*s t are be Ig received' by Paul Capdevielle, S.tate auditor on the sale of hunting licenses for 1910 in the different parish es of the State. Reports show that r.o. $13,000 has been received from the sale of hunting licenses, and the season has hardly begun, as the hunt ing does not get well under way until .the last of November, w~hen the quail -season starts and the ducks begin to fly. The greatest increase this year has been in the sale of $10 license for market hunters. The license was re .duced frcm $25 to $10. Last year the total revenue from hunti.-'; licenses was about $,s,b)000, 'ri thi; -~ear it is Xl)ec(t' e d to ;:o four -r five thousand dollars over this Lar unt. The non-resident license has been reduced this year to $15. i The Lrfayette Shoe Repairing Co. .nd J. J. .Marsh, the saddler and harness maker, will move about Dec. ,1, form their present location in the "Caiter building to the J. J. iMouton building next to Olivier"s plumbing shop. Notice. No hunting allowed on my place in the third ward of Lafayette. 1 15-3t-T :. '. ELLIOTT. Adam -,-:. -:. Se(lls Eros. Shows exhibited :. . Sun: ay and d~rew largo -:. )arade took place at noon ani .,. s witac., -. and enjoyed by large numbers of people whd congregated alc g the sidewalks. The Strc at Fair closed Sunday Might, and notwithstandih:g the rival attraction cf the circus, got a fair *share of patronage. The Great Cos mopolitan Shows were clean, .interest tng and worthy and deserve to be p.t Tonized. Slap on the Werk:. Tightwad-Did you ever notice. my doear, that near:y a'l thc~ in e.' re = orted, In.. the L.-pers are single Mrs. Tightw:--Yes; but that's only tu1raL Married mizors are too cor.m ou to be worth men t ning. --In L!ne, S"SBave you taken any steps to dem aonstrate that women are fitted for modern controversy?" "Yes, indeed," replied Mrs. Voting. o; '"We have already name)l a num. ber of eligibles to a Sapphira club." The Blight of Luxury. "You don't want,jO .elect that man •igain," said the person who will stoop - any device. "He is wholly unfitted e r-ise t you. , Wy, J haw him eat* "i pie wiith ' nitfe.' -guess yo;u're., right.." replied Far , me-r Corntossel. "When he was out S among us plain people he didn't itº' o iiiver-plated implement. He'd ' .rabtbhis pie in his naked, fist, jes' liUk 'on.oe f us feller citizens." :Ph.,phorus in.. .umaan Body. When.a jpho..ographer attempts ti : a .fla.kiignt :picture in a dark. nd: :--room he sonmetimes uses a long. :thin amettiic ribbon that blazes with -i ea. h intensity. There is a yard and <;i": . halr of this metal in the body of the isml human being.. Naturally, it is V:oii a the torm of a ribbon, but is scat :ei.1 all through the cells in the shape it ihetaillo salt The phosphorus and #a pnagnesimn ribbon are rather cost. ; ps i t Ia worth about e dllJar - pound, and the natch-maklan ithe hbe hum antissues wald. (or t ,$11.80 if weighed nup ove counter ins hi pr s p : ' ' : An Ii"ounc and a half at r.agmt. m costa 33 cents in the -" 4latca markets. 1; LACK OF LOGIC fl. the Little Folk Succeed in At a.'. int Conclusions by Prooesses of Pure Reason. 4 A4L~isal4, noe always just blh.lddh laclk of 16g~c. As a matter of fact, children often are high ly logical, though not quite in the ut manner. They attain concl~ -l by those processes of "pure trhbe vopinidn of. ofhex; at orntimes -e t startling truths. Almost everybody, for instance, has tS of the little Jad who, listening o t querston of an irreligious friend at the family as to what would haD ;iS *1 posing that one good Christian boul&pray for an east, another for a . wind at, sea, innocently answer ed thst of course there'd be an awful i·Speist, but not everyone has heard * . the equally pertinent and naive so n recently offered by a thoughtful 'i- bgter for the ever-perplexing iprOblem of "Are prayers answered?'" " The: child was talking with another, ph@ sked the vexed and: puzzling et explaining, at the same. time at =he didn't believe that prayers wnBeredl", ,bc ge he ,never got be asked for. ct uray for the right wered litd'e M I Wliseinan ai 'praye.is ar.answ reed, the answer is 'Yes' and D..r. Green to Lecture... ' Dr.' 1'hos' 'E. Green, associate edi tor of Haimton's Magaztn ,. will lee tur$ at ti 'High School 'ne `riday night, Na.iAS, at 8 pD m. The Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch said of Dr. Green: "Dr. Green's lecture of last night was the best heard here in ten yars, STARTS STARTS MOND)AY, MONDAY, Nov. 1 1910. 1 Nov. 14, 1910. Lists Lasts L.ys MO Days P~ ..es Talk AN UNPARALLED OPPORTUNITY TO GET Prices Talk AND . GOOD, RELIA ALE MERCHANDISE AND Qu: :.y Counts. AT E3AFRCAIN PRICEE& Quality Counts. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. LAFAYETTE LOUISIANA. 40c Colored Mufflers, . Children's Flat ic:.r is sale........ WOOL Vets ....ite Flannel. For this sale............. 4 For this sale per yard.. lee 20c Fancy Cotton 38 Inch Mohair, Ladies' Pure Linen Dress Goods, Blue and Brown, 37 0 Ladies' Skirts iandler&eiefs, IHemnmed. 5C White Curtain Swiss, For this sale per yard.. 14ce For this sale per yard.. $4.50 Ladies' Skirts. For this -nale...........i. Block Design Wool Panama, For this sale per yard.. 8 Cassimere, 36 Inch Black Taffeta, For this sale............ 3.49 Pink-Blue, $1.25 Value, Ladies' andkerchiefs, 7-8 White Cotton, For this sale per yard..23 For this sale per yard.. 92c Ladie'Second to None, For this sale per yard.. Imitation Embroidered, to None, 40c Basket Weave, $6.00 Panama Skirts. Itir 3 For this sale per yard.. 44 Inch Cravanette, 4.89 For this saled44 Inch Cravanette, Suiting, For this sale............. 20 yds. 1 Customer. 5 75c value, Blue and Tan 33e . 10-4 Pepperell For this sale per yard.. 52C, For this sale. . 3 25c Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Brown Sheeting, Plain27 chle Skirts, Embroidered, For this sale per yard.. 25c 75c Wool Plain Taffeta, 50c Value, $12.50 Voile Skirts, 17e Limit 10 yards. 44 inches Wide, For this sale per yard.. 2 A Beauty, For this sale... For this sale per yard.. 39 For this sale...........,. 9 10-4 Pepperell, Paragon 4-4 Bleached SBleached Sheeting, Grey Cravanette, Equal to Lonsdale For this sale. ......... . C 44 inches, wide, 20 yds. 1 Customers. $7.00 Long Black Ladies' White Shirt Waists, Limit 10 yards. For this sale per yard.. 37c For this sale......... Ladies' Coats, Pure Swiss, Embroidered For this sale............. 5.90 Fronts, 89c For this sale........... Ladies' Shoes. $14.50 Black Ladies' Coats, _ The New Long Coat, $1.29 White Quilt, Fringed, h ewLn ot 1Full Size, QGodman's All Leather Ladies' Patent Welt One Assorted Lot of For this sale............. For this sale, ... 97C Shoes, Shoes, Ladies" Shoes, For this sale per pair.. 1.05 $4.00 Sorosis Shoes, 2.98 $3.00 and $3.50 Goods, 195 13.00 Ta For this sale per pair.. For this sale per pair.. * 95 $13.00 Tan Ladies' Coats Fine White Quilts, Ladies'For this sale.......... . Fringed, Cut Corners, $2.00 Patent Leather Ladies' $3.00 Shoes, La Pae Leather for Iron Beds, 17 Ladies' Blucher Shoes, Heavy Sole, Cloth ,Top, For this sale per p........r.. 1.69 Button, A Swell Shoe 2.29 Ladies' Fine For this sale per pair.. 9 Tailor-Made Suits, For this sale per pair.-. a.57 For this sale per pair.. Tailor-Made Suits, $3.50 Sorosis Shoes, All Colors, 11-4 White Quilts, Ladies' Patent Leather Ladied' Patent Button Standard High Grade For this sale............. Extra Size Button Shoes, Welt Sole Shoes Goods, S'For this ale ....... .... 1.39 For this sale per pair.. 1.89 For this sale per'pair.. 2.89 For this sale per pair.. 2.59 $15 to $25 11-4 Grey Blankets, 120 BOs' $5.00 Overcoats 3.38 ,For 'this sale per pair... Clothing. For this sale........... o't. Men's Wool Trousers, An Assorted Lot of Men's Boys' $3.00 Suits, S LOQT No. 1. Side Buckles, Well Eine Suits, Short Coats, Bloomers, Misses' Long Coats, LO. N. ades " . 1 For this sale per suit.. 5.00 For this sale ......... 19o e............ 1.95 $3.00 Wool Nap . For this sale per pair.. Fot An Assorted Lot of Blankets, 114, .19 $4.50 Dutchess Trouse s. Men's Black Suits Boys' Good Suits, For this sale per pair..... Fine New Patterns, Venetian Cloth, . Plain Pants, Ladies' Cravanette Coats, For this sale per pair. 3.69 Newest Cut, High $3, $4 and $5 Values, For this sale............ 3.50 o," Grade, $14.50 Big Value 1 98 For this sale .. ,...l 1.98 LOT No 3. ~$.50 Worsted Trousers, rFor this sale per suit.. Best Made, 50 Suits for Boys, Ladies' Raincoats, 10-4 Wool Blankets, For this sale per pair.. 2 Men's Cravanette Oveir- Plain Pants, Ladies Raincoats, A Good Blanket, coats, $17.50 Kind, 4 $ .ae S p ..... 298 Boys $4.0 Boomer Suits, . For this sa e .......345 r this sale 1.49 For this e............. 3.98 Boys' $4.50 Suits, Young Men's Overcoats, Boys' Cravanette Men's Fancy Front LOT No 4. Bloomers, .Patent Presto Collars, $5.00 Ovd&coats, LOT o. 4. For this sale per suit.. 3.49 For this sale ..... .... 98 For this sale ..........98 Top Shirts, 11-4 Blankets, All Wool, For tis sa Colored Borders, For this sale per pair..... 4.95 . Men $.0Men 's Shoes.e Ladies' Vests, Silk and Cotton Mixed, LOT No. 5. Me's $5.00 Vici Shoes, Men's Honest $2.50 Shoes, Men's Heavy Shoes, 125 For this sale............ 59C $Foa 0 evy -Blankets, Fr this sale per pair.. 1 ood, Heavy Box Calf, For this sale per pair.. , Extra Large Wool • For this sale per pair.. 207 Men's Rubber Boots, Blankets, Md 's $4.00 Shoes .. Boston Rubber Co., A Dollar Value.. Forithis sale per pair..... 5.98 Grosett@ Ma ke, 00 For this sale per pair.. Ladies' Vests, For 'this. sale per pair.. 3 ots Goods, $4.50 Kind. .98 Wool, Ribbed, Men's 3:0 Soes For er pair.. .12 $2.50 Gun Metal Shoes For, this sale .. ......... 3c LOT No. 6. Patent Leather Foi~ Men, '.... 12-4 California Blankets, ' Oer, ' Men's :2 Shoes, Solid All Through, Ladies' Silk Underskirts, Extra Fine, Extra Heavy, For this sale per pair.. F this;sae per pair.. .4 For thissale per pair.. $4.50 Kind, For this sale per pair..... - For this sale............ 3.49 Men's Fleeced Undershirts, Shoes for the Yodnger Ones.Colored Underski 50c kind, shirts only, Colored UndHeathersis, For this sale.............. C Child's Heavy Sole Misses' Patent Leather Sizes 8 to 11.$2.50 Kindhe om, Shoe, Tan Uppers, Boys' Vici Bluchers, . Men's Seamless -Sox, Patent Tip Shoes, . iKind, For this sale per pair..1. Black and Tan, $1.7 KindKind For this sale per pair.. For this sale.1.49 For this sale per pair.....k Fr For this sale per pair..... i Boys' Box Calf Bluchers, 24 Inch Birdeye1 Limit 9 pairs. Boys' Box Calf Bluchers, 24 Inch BirdeyC s LMisses' Patent Button ChildM 81.60 Made Just Like Men's 2 Pairs to 1 Customer. $2.50 Shoes, " " Turn Sole Shoes, $Shoes, For this sale............. 65C For this sale per pair.. 1. Turn Sol For this sale per pair.. 189 Men's Fast Black Half Hose, Child s Heavy Sole SplitFoot, Shoes, 8 to 1, "Boys' $3.00 Patent F h e Best 25c Sock .Made, 9 First clas, $1.50 Shoes, . Boys' Vici Bluchers r . 39 L e lt Shes Fo s sal .. .. excepting none, although in that time t we have had som; of: the most cele- c brated orators in' the world." I Dr. Green is a lecturer of national reputation and one of the able think- 4 era of today'. It is only owing to the fact of Dr. Gr hutaving an unfilled date that he could be secured at at price far below his usual charge. For d this reason the price of admisison is only 25 cents and he should have a big audience. Order your groceries from McFad din, phone 64. Cranberries and all the good things to eat for Thanksgiving at McFad din's phone 64. Died. Alexandre Comeaux, an old and highly esteemed citizen of the parish, and a Confederate veteran, died at his home in the third ward at 9:05 p. m. Thursday, aged 68 years. Funeral services, which wero largely attend ed, were held at St. John's Catholic church Friday at 4 p. in. Humorous Hobo. The professional tramp or hobo is not without humor. At Stroud (Eng.) police court the other day one of the fraternity was sentenced to 14 days for tearing up his clothes while at the workhouse. He had only one eye and when asked how he lost the other op tic, with a sardonic grin he answered: "Looking for work."