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Children are often blamed for not getting along with their lessons, when the rear fault is with their eyes, although unsus pected by either parent or teacher. If children need glasses it is cruelty not to have them; if they don't need them the fact should be known. A scientific examination will remove all doubt. S. R. BIOSSAT, AT BlOSAT'S JEWELRY STOIf. 1ROa 1iT. EAST BOUND. Alvgvs Na - Leave. scram. .. -.. 1 .. .. 8:W . 2. 5:19 a. ......4........ Tmemalt S19:4 aL m. .... ! .... 10 L am. 1:L a.m.... 8 .... .: L a. 1:6 a. .......1:..p.....1:10 . m. 1:49 a. m..,.. 11 .... 11: a. m. WEST BOUND. Tuslmtal .... 8 .... T:1 a. a. 1: 0 p. ......:.........1:0 p. m. 8:ti a. m. .. 7.. .... :m a. m. 4:3 p. m..... 9 .... 4:40 p. m. 1:10 a.m... .. 11 .. .. 1:0 a.m. .9:8 p. m... .. 1 ...... Terminal ALEXANDRIA BRANCH. 19:40 a. m..... 706.... Terminal Tera al .......705......1:50 p. m. 1:0 a. ....Mary Jane... s: a: m. Baton Rouge Branch f0:45 a. m. - - 8s -.- Teaminal Terminal.......... 810.... 1:55 p. m. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912. -. . Personals. Mr. Gus G. Derouen, Jr., of Vivian, La., Spent fjm Satu: day until Tuesday with his sis ter, Mrs. F. G. McCarty. Ta. iwr ye s.rtiUsms t wt -a re ag stm.taWrs aa - the *e-r et me"sum" usA ama it 9 up an Mrs. W. R. Corbin, of Evan geline, La., spent several days with her sister, Mrs. F. G. Mc Carty and returned home Mon day. Order your corn, oats, chops, Shamaker's Special, hay and iher· feedstuffs and COAL from j. W. Ramsey, phone 410. We have a very nice line of sasps and at prices 'to please you. Lafayette Drug Store. For Sale. , A block of stock of the Con sumers Cold Storage and Can ning Co., in lots to suit pur chaser. Address P. O. Box 331. WANTED--Two gentlemen :boarders. Phone 509 or -call -at $12 Vermilion St. . 4-5-3t. _ Mrs. W. L. Stafford and baby wieturned Sunday to her home in _ IBeaumont, after a three months' .tay with her father, Mr. J. A. Xobichanx. uOar line of white 'got has sn received and we invite the ' 0.-,.Ie to call and inspect the S goog. Schumlen's. " 10i 0 pair of Boys' Knee Pants, .., mande, sies, fro 6 to. 17, at ' +eat&.-J. IL Town. C ahou Elrady red-qeb ard Eatdlds' White diever-amis rte. 'us'i sn Ibe.ri, rot be, - f_. has~ The two High school basket ball teams, the Kid team and the Club team, will play an interest ing game next Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock on the Industrial Institute basket ball ground. Ev erybody is cordially invited to *attend. Rice Polish and Purina chick en feed at Upton's.-Phone 192. Just received an additional as sortment of ladies' neckwear, lprices 10 cents to $2.50.-J. H. Town. Furniture almost new for sale, apply to JOSEPH FAIIID, 405 St. John 'Street. For Sale. I have for sale Rubelee Anti Boll W\eeevil Cotton Seed. This cotton seed blooms 60 days from planting. Apply Lafayette Steam Laundry. 3-22-tf. Special Announcement. The management of the Jeffer son theatre has contracted with the General Film Company to furnish, beginning Sunday. April 7, three reels (3000 feet) daily of high class pictures of the same makes of films heretofor., used, namely: Biograph, Viagraih, Lubin, Selig. Kalem, Pathe Fre res, Essanay, Melies and Edison, giving a show of over one hou'. Admission will'remain the same, 5 and 10 cents. Secured Better Rate. Through the efforts of Com missioner Bruner the funds of the Agricultural Department were placed with one of the Bat on Rouge banks at 4.56. The law allows a minimum and the finance committee of the Board was disposed to place the funds with a bank at the minimum but Mr. Bruner insisted on bids and so secured a better rate. Woman's Civic League. A very enthusiastic meeting of the Woman s Civic League was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. B. Denbo. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Denbo. Mrs. Harcld Demanade read the min ute, of the previous meeting, which were adopted as read. Mrs. Ducrocq collected the monthly dues. 'Several important matters were fully discussed. The clean pp days Thursday & Friday, Apr. 11 and 12, were spoken of and all the final arrangements were made. The subject of petitioning the City Council to have two per manent garbage wagons, for the town was discussed, and Mrs. Denbo asked Mfies. Davis, Du crocq, LeRosen, Clark Reeves, Harold Demanade and Cayard to go with her Thurs;day and appear before the Council for this pur pose. The annual election of of ,ficers was held, resulting as fol loWs: President, Mrs. A. B. Denbo; first vice-president, Mrs. J. C.. Nickerson;. second vice president, Mrs. N. Abramsoni; secretary, Mrs. Harold Demna ade; treasurer, Mrs. H. L.. Du crocq. No further business the League adjourned. _ Episcopal Guild. The Guild met last Tues'.'a afternoon with Mrs. Baxter Clegg as hostess. It,,proved to be not only a very interesting meeting, but a most delightful one. The table was beautifully arranged by Mrs. Clegg herself and a delicious luncheon was very much enjoyed by all present. Election of affi -cers was the principal event of the. evening and resulted as fol lows: President, Mrs. F. E. Da vis; vice-president, Mrs. J. E.I Nusa; secretary, Mrs. L. Staf ford; treasurer, Mrs. Albert Dou ret; press correspondent, Mrs. F. F. Carter. -. ach member read from the History of the Christian .Church One very important thing must be added. No longer, will this cir* continue under the name of The Episcopl Guild." A ew ase as wll as a snew ofi ers was decideduon. It wI ereaft Dalbea Auxiliary. S ms' Mat' al a4 _ I-IL4;~1 Are You A Woman. TAKE' The Woman's Tonic ,.L r WORLD OF BLUFF AND SHAM Absolute Frankness Seeme to Be a Thing Unknown Among Men and Women. One of the most pitiful as well as one of the commonest things in all this old world is sham. Those who hide-and who of us does not?-under its sleazy covering are continually struggling to keep up appearances against a remorseless and overwhelm ing handicap. The modern spirit of emulation is responsible for much of the present-day sham. The mad race to keep up with and a little ahead of one's neighbors creates an ingenutne condition. One strives for a good showing. and life behind the scenes accepts what's left. If we could only see the other side that is jealously hidden from Mrs. Grundy's prying eyes what an awakening there would be oftentimes! The man who, living on his wife's tnherited or possibly hard-earned money, tells his friends with blatant impudence that she spends his wages fahter than he can earn them and then asks for more; the young wife who to "ake -a show" passes her osmmers at some fashionable resort while her husband bends his head even nearer the grlindstone to meet am e.travagance that far overreaches his salary. supplementing the defcit by borrowing from his bustness part ae; the-"happy" woman who with seree eyes fore the world to think her lot a blsstul one when all the whle bs heart is breaking over same seeret winp or bitter humlliston- each a disclple oe bluE, sham and prie. What cankers of the soul these three eevert And the world moves sereddy on uad the make-bllets while cover a maltitude of miseries are held vallastl up to trick Dame rundy into thinkang that all is sole that gtttera. Advertise In The Twlose-weeL Advertiser: SPECIAL Easter. Swuday Offerino David Copperfield 3-REELS--3 Little Eni'ly AND David Copperfield THE EARLY LIFE OF DAVID COPPERFIELD THE LOVES OF DAVID COPPERFIELD EBXTRA FOUR NIGHTS ONLY -I 11611 VALERETTE -LYRIC SOPRANO THIS LADY COMES VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SUnDAY, APRIL r7ot wAh. r ta Vmp~u min, Stock Sale. I will sell under the stock law to the last and highest bidder for cash, between legal sale hours, in front of Mr[. I. A. Broussard's home, on Saturday, April 13, 1912, one bay mare, blind in one eye, caught by Mr. I. A. Broussard and placed in my hands for sale, owners unknown. ALBERT BONIN. Constable Second Ward. Typewriting Solicited I do typewriting and I respect fully solicit the patronage of the public. My office is with Park erson & Mouton. Phone 13. Work guaranteed satisfactory. Geo. DeClonet Notice. Lafayette, La., March 29, 1912. Notice is hereby given that it is my intention to open and con duct a saloon for whites in the John O. Mouton building, corner of Grant ave and Jefferson street, and that I have made applicati n to that effect to the City Council. RAOUL PELLERIN 3-29-3t. ATTENTIqNt ADMIRAL, the handsome brown stallion, record 2:07%", which was rafled by Mr. Buillard at St. Mar tinville, in Feb. 1912, was won by me and will make the season of 1912 at my place near Carencro, La. This stallion has a splendid record. and I will give his services for the reason able price of $15.00 ANTOINE CONQUE, 3,5-1m. Carencre, La. To the Democrats of the Third Con gressional District. I announce my candidacy for Con gross to succeed the Hon. R. F. Broussard for the term beginning March, 1913. I favor governmental protection of. the agricultural inter estt of Louisiana as the long estab lished policy of this ...antry, '--4 am opposed to the movement which threatens the great sugar industry of our State. I favor the development to the fullest extent of our match lessr. waterways. HENRI GUNYDAN. Notice. The anual meeting of the stock holders o the Improveaet Com my will be held at the First National Back Wednesday, April 10, 1912, at s p. m., for the purpose of electlag a Board of Directors for the ensulng ar. C. N. PArZl IIoN, PAST U .R - Cattle & HIrses A-r, -to ., 2. " " Felix Voorhies Ed. G. Voorhies J. J. Fourae Voorhiles S Fournet ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Notary in Office Office 114 Vermilion St, nmet to new Post Oice site. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. DR. V. M. PATUREAU, Registered Veterinarian. Residence corner of Orange and 8th Sts., No. 31. Phone 546 LAFAYETTE, LA. Will answer night calls if party will come get me. WE DO Cleaning and Pressing. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phone .354. We also take orders for Suits and Pants. Let us show you our samples. Leon. Delhomme. ALEX. G. BROUSSARD, Contractor and Builder. Itlastes Purnished on Al Kinds of Work. PHONE 414. P. O. BOX 354. LAFAYETTE, LA. Lafayette Wholesale Grocer Co,, Ltd. A Pull Stock of Plain and Fancy Groceries always on' hand. Agents for the cele brated high grade flour Royal Elk Flour PARKERSON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897 FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TORIADO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AN IET INSU FANCE xE. 41so all kinds of Bonds. Tea Years' Bs.penr -- Jean V eaux Undertaker. EXPERIE.CED L.EBALMtBR , Holding license from the State Board of Health. A compitS line of coffins, funeral robes etc., kept constantly in atoek. Will take entire charge of Tunerals, attend to grave v* work and al details. Fully equipped with hearse and everytlhb neoeeary pri a funeral. Prompt service wivpn. Phone S. WE SUPPLY YOUR N We also carry a nice stock of Plain , the kad to use daily. Our prices are always right. Fresh First-Class Grotri i' '.n a prompt and satisfactory mdaner as yrou wfi S It you give us your business. We make a specialty d: Morgan - Debaillon, . WE ARE NOW READ To Supply You With . BUILOERiP HARDWARE CARPENTERS' TOOLS FISHING TACKLE GENERAL NPUARMAr LACOKSMITH AND WHEELWRISHT itlPu.,S.> CORRUGATED . USS SCtOrsat Wha.s we Has. seeda 3r Ow lbr FARMING IMPLtaIIluW UGItlES AD wresen . sEE us msups Ns -_ as us an emm i~~L~j.: j~TTT~i:_;L Syllý ·g1.1 Lafayette Building Association Established February 12, 9oo0: Authorized Capital $1.000,000 0 j THE HOUR OF HAPPINE8S You can easily get a deed for your property by placing small savings where they will do the most good. Here's the Place Wherw. Yar Savings Accumulate The savings will help you to a strong liking for our sys tem. Come and let us tell you. LAFAYETTE BULD'6 ASSOCIATION L VAYTrNT LA.