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The Lafayette advertiser. [volume] (Vermilionville [i.e. Lafayette], La.) 1865-19??, November 14, 1911, Image 4

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t · ,"sid,ý wait
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"'s '1 ,inw g..o pa--ing,
or lout, int 'about. Charles Klein,
while w iting to,' steamer at Mar
seiles, ray tc. .ceived the inspira
'tion for his I;lte , ,lrama&.c product,
'The Third degree," Mr. Klein, with
his wife had js..t. (completed a tour of
i rovin:-is rit ,ir, and ' as bound for
Cairo, ,}. pt. pon their arrival as
it Mr. K:ein'. ci stom, he visited the
offic s ,,f ',- rican Consul at
4 arseil -. an iequestec& him to for
ward such mn . arrived to Cairo,
aud wit' I' - or t y ttle wife boarded
the steamer "'ergipe" at the "Lloyd
Brazileiro" quay.
As t e rang-plank was being hoist
c:d, a messenger came running down
l e pier s.houting for "Mons. Klein."
Mr. Klein, a perfect linguist, answer'
I.d the call, and the messenger, from
the Counsul's ,iffiice, tossed him a
parcel of mail and several newly ar
rived American papers lust in from
Cherboug.
The steamer was well out to sea
when Mr. Klein spread the papers out
in the smoking saloon and began
reading the telegraphic 'matter.
"Wzong Man Executed for Crime"
read one headlir'e. "Guilty MYan.(C.m.
iesses on His Death Bed," it~pin
ued, and this particularly attracted
Mr. Klein's attention. Calling his
wife, he cutlived the drajua .to her,
with tie I i 1 hinging around a'young
a as wrcgpfull' accused, foroe t
o.rnfeis through extortion, or sweat.
i,', at ere of the severe process of
the third degree is ,termed.' Mrs~:
Klein, who is always the censor of
Mr. Klein'- arpirations, approved
the idea and when the fatmous drama
tist reached lis hotel,' "The Shep
ipard," at Cairo, his mental notes had
teen transferred into the scenaris of
'-hat bas since proven to be the most
i erealir.t dramatic document yet
T:he fret eelt as written while the
: Tilet1s' were en route to Germany,
0e secn(d itet during the' long trip
? irrC FPcut an'plton to Rio de JiAneiro,
I: Vrail, sture 'hey spent a month.
`Ttwas at tihe beautiful hotel, "Ame
it' rpposite the "'Monroe Peace
a ealaee," in "Governador Praca,"
' hfat i tft ste third act was com
heteti, snd during -tbe trip from Rio
SYorki on the steamer 'Tenn -
c': thai the reached a finality.
,'-pwritten in a half dozen coun
St on several seas ang many riv
the play isttermed iby Mr. Klleu
p "y, dlyglotical play" and as it is
tto be produced in French and
an, Mr Klein seesns to have giv
4it proper title.-Jefferson Thea
T rsday, Nov., 16 h:4
F.,i.SAIE
At Ye·wy'% 5u
r -
b tere..i.eoli mares<' all gentle.
brkke*udl bra t~o a heavy
44 t sry , gentle, had
bred to aU'eLba , e.
g i wok' , $ to 19 `YWa 'old,
~am~ These
ar i Well bred;'
~i~~r]Lu~k.
* r. 4-bL flU, ,
et
~¶~.IS. at 3p a.
`rt ,sfi~t rolls have
:J~rtout. anI at~ now=
T, CollectorI
ý i ý .TkN,;-t. wý yxrziy
:cSrte '.
1I HE CANE CROP
The oeather during the past week,
with the hottest November Monday in
4"i years, has not been enti.tely favor
,able, high temperatures having re
turned to some extent and rain has
'allen more or less throughout the
u.ar district. All of this has rather
retarded the ripening process in the
*anes which the cool weather of the
)revious week had promoted in such
,n encouraging way. Rain, however,
vas benefit;lal to the f.sll plant of cane
SALE STARTS THURS. NOV, 16, '11 P SALE ENDS SAT, NOV. 25, '11
Fall Opening Sale
What ,Does a Sale at ABRAMSON'S Mean?
DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS.
Red Seal Gingham-Best Made-123/2c value, per yard --..........-.................... 9 52-inch Broadcloth-all colors, per yard__................. ....
White Pique, per yard 70 ... -- _...... 7- Self Stripe Dress Goods-36 inches Wide -50c value, per yard ...
40-inch Brown Voile, $1.00 Goods, per yard .. 694 50-inch Panama-75c value, per yard . ......-......... .... 53
36-inch Wool Cashmere-Pink and Blue--30c Goods, per yard _. . 18'y 42-inch Striped Suiting-75c value, per yard ......................... 49
50c Grey Suitings--36 inches Wide, per yard ......--......------ . 394 75c Grey Voile--36 inches wide, per yard ............................... .... 29
30c Brilliant Cloth-32 inches Wide-per yard .-....- ..-.- -...-_.._.. - 22ý 38-inch Mohair--50c Value-Navy, Brown, Garnet _....._...... __. __..... ...........39
15c Wide Wale Cloth, per yar...................... ................. 10 Fancy Jacquard Silk-27 inches, per yard ... ..
Ladies' $4.00 Sorosis Shoes, Patent Welts, per pair .......... .........$2.95 Ladies' Patent Blucher Cloth Top Shoes, $3.00 Kind, per pair........... .$2.20
Ladies' $3.50 Sorosis Shoes, Patent Welts, per pair .............. -. ................. $2.19 Ladies' Vici Turn Shoes, $3.50 Kind, per pair .................................-. `2.69
Ladies' $3.50 Patent Button Cloth Top Shoes, per pair..... .......-..-- $2.69 $4.00 Welt Shoes for Ladies, per pair ............. ............. .... - --3.17
Men's $15.00 Black Suits, Handsome Goods-Finely Made-_.... ......... $11.98 $2.25 Men's Trousers-Worsteds-well made, per pair....... ........... $1.69
A Line of Suits of the Very Best Fabrics-Handsomely Tailored .......$9.98 $2.50 Dutchess Trousers-known everywhere per pair ............_._.. _...... ....1.98
All Wool Blue Worsted Suits-Venetian Lined ......... .....8.88 3.00 Dutchess Trousers, per pair ................. ............................... .......---$2.45
59 Suits-Good Cloth-Good Make-Short Coats ..-..................................$2.90 $3.50 DutchessTrousers, per pair ................................................................ .88
$4.50 Dutchess Trousers, per pair ......... _....._..... ...... ............ 3,
Child's Bloomer Suits--$4.50 kind .....-....-0 Dutchess Trousers per pair 3.67
$5.00 Dutchess Trousers per pair _ ...-._ ..-.-.- ..-....- $3.85
Child's Bloomer Suits--$5.50 kind_ - .......- ----. ..................: ......$4.69 Carhartt Overalls-Light or Dark Blue ...............................
Child's Bloomer Suits--$4.00 kind -... ..... $3.19 Boys' $5.50 Overcoats ... ...... .-2.9
Child's Bloomer Suits--$2.50 kind .. -$1.90 Boys' Cravenette Overcoats--$5.00 Grade _.................. 3.9,
A Sale at ABRAMSON'S Means
:EiPtW FRESH GOODS..STYLISH.-DESIRABLE--DEPENDABLE--At Cut Prices for a Linmited Time.
,$3.50 Blankets - -. ---. -~-- -- - --- .Ladies' Black Silk Taffeta Petticoats,each ....._ __ ........
$6.00 Blankets .....- --- - ----_- _ - -- --- -- Ladies' Black Messaline Petticoats, $3.50 value, each
$7.50 Blakets..... -- -- - -- .- $1.50 "Klosfit" Underskirts, each-............... ....
x. .50 Blankets _- _ . - _----_. -- .
$9.50 enterankets . c Ladies' Black Underskirts, each . ............
Sd-c Wite Damans, per yard ---.~ _ , ....... _- Ladies' Merino Ribbed Vests-Medium Weight--$1.00 Kind, each.....
'72-inch White Damask, per yard ... .._- -.,_---. - - 'Misses' Vests and Drawers-Ribbed-All Wool, suit ....
Ladies' Patent Tip Blucher Shoes, per pair....... . 50 Pairs Ladies'$250 and $3.00 Shoes, per pair ....... . _. .._
Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, All Leathers, per pair . ......... _ 65 Pairs Ladies $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes, per pair.. . ý[.. i
Men's Gun Metal $5.00 Stetson Shoes, per pair. ................-. _................ .53,45 $3.50 Patent Calf Shoes-New High Toe, per pair
.Men's $6%00 Patent Leather Stetson Shoes, per pair ........-............._..... -. 3.95 $3.50 Tan Russia Calf Button-New Models, per pair . .ý _ o9
Men's $4.00 Vici Shoes-Best on Earth, per pair ..................... _ .... .- 3.2 $3.00 Welt Shoes-Vicis and Velours, per pair . .... - .4
LADIES' SKIRTS. Ladies' Tailor-made Suits-28-inch Coat-3 Colors, per suit ...... ......... 98
$F.. Navy Ribled Serge Skirts-Higl Waist-No Belt, each 4.95 Fancy Serge Ladies' Suits--Navy, Grey, Black, per suit -..L...... 98.
$4.50 Storm Serge"Skirts--New Effects-Button Trimmed, each........ 3, Ladies' Long Black Coats, each ...,.............. . ..........
.$6.50 White Serge Skirts--New High Waist. each .............. Misses' Long Black Coats, each .-...-...................... - ......- -.--.............3.9
$5-50 Black Voile Skirts--Frog Trimmed-Latest, each.Misses' Lon Coats, Grey Mixture, each
$6.50 Black Voile Skitt-Braird Trimmedeat, each . .. ................ " .... . ---- . ..---8
i$800 Black Voile Skirts·-Braided Button Effect, each . 1 Ladies' Full Length Velvet Coats-New
$10.00 Black Voile Skirts-Panel Effect-Braided, each...................... ..7.49 Braided-Sanie as a $35.00 Catalogue Coat, each..... ... .... -.$22.50
- A Relible Merchandise from a Reliable Store A
Trade At Rr duced Prices For a Limited Tiyne Trade
tim ator IS THAT NOT ATTRACTIVE? Stimulator,=
Men.s Coat Shirts-Cuffs, Attached-Remington $1.00 Grade, each .........-.74 Imitation French Suspenders, per pair.............. . - :
'~A':sorted . Lot::.: ' of M: s 1.0 Shirts, each ... ....... ..........~ . ..... Elastic Suspenders-25c kind, per pair........ .......- 7 -
thers E riead Boys' Shirtwaists,.each Safety Pins, per.dozen ................ ....... ........ . . .......... --. .--- -
Satittons- i cir Pins in Cabinets, per cabinetPL. ..................... ... . "k
. .~T~iu tto 6.i.ot :,cPii~ce, per €zen ..............-I.-. ...... ......· 2-·-i Men's Fancy Half Hose--25c kind, per pair.............. " "-=_
..adi.' All Wool White Scarfs, each ..... ... ...... - .... -194 44 inch Ribbon--Assortment of Colors, per yard.'. ..... .,,,, . - .... ___. -
W icafs-75e value, each - ...... -- .... -51i Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Undershirts--50c value, each ..... .
FfF kSH O AB 4N N NS THIS SALE FOR CASH
-L ;~~ -.. 4..
.4... i's
id sucrose yields off fairly satis.
factory natu e are reported and there
does not seem to be any very acute
complaint on any score. The ton
uage is good and grinding is pro
greasing smoothly throughout the
whole sugar belt.-Louisiana Planter.
By Degrees.
"We waut our pruduct known from
the Atlantic to the Pacific."
"Start a big advertising campaign.'
"But we haven't much money."
"In that case I'd start at Panama
where it isn't so far from the Atlantic
td the Pacific. and work gradually up."
He Needed One.
he-"Jack has a strong face" RH
--It has to be. You should see hi
w.fe."-Fort Worth Record.
Announcement.
Believing the need of the hoar, in
matters political in our state, to be
the observance not only of the letter
but of the spirit of the Primary Law
and the obliteration of factional lines
within the ranks of the Democratic
party and the cool and dispassionate
selection of the best type of our citi
zenship by the people for their pub
lic servanits, be" it H: a high or a low
office; and be!ug at~ aspirant for the
Clerk's office, I hereby announce
my candidacy for the office of
Clerk of Court sf this parish, along
those lines, u.nh;iYt to the Democra
tic )ri~ia y t. " :': t y the Par
ish Democrat' y ve Committee
for the noiii2ia c.. iandidates to
the different paruochial ftllcS to take
place sometime in January 19t2.
I am a caudidate for reelecton foe
a second and last term, with no alEk
ation, pledges, promises or combilne
tion with any other candidat~ (. sa
other omee.
I refer to my4past record as Clerk
as a guarantee and an earnest at
faithful performance of the duties at
said office if re-elected and I solicit
the support of my friends and all
good Democrats at the coming Demo
cratic primary for said office.
J. GILBERT ST. JULIEN.

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