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CRESCENT 'HEATRE NEXT WEEK
"The Call of the Heart", which
comes to the Crescent Theatre next
Snuday, October 6th, for a week's en
gagement, including the popular price
matinees on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, deals with a woman of for
tune who was wedded to a "name,"
ancient, but not honorable, and after
living a life of misery love liberates
her from bondage. Love also helps to
save a beautiful young American heir
ess from a designing Englishman. It
is again love which spurs big, noble
SCENE FROM THE CALL OF THE HEART.
"Comrade Jim" of Colorado, to win
fortune when the night seemed dark
est, and it brought him to his heart's
There are some rather daring
speeches and situations in "The Call
of the Heart," but they are never bra
zen ,and a startling sociological pro
blem is handled so daintily and deli
cately that it is introduced and drop
ped almost before the lisetner is fully
conscious that it has appeared.
"THE ROSE MAID" WAS ORIGIN
ALLY A BRIGHT GERMAN
When Set to the Music of Bruno Gra
nichstaedten, It Proved Even
Two years ago the bright comed)
of "Bub oder Madel" was making onu
of the biggest hits of the Germar
THE KUTE KIDDIES WITH riHE ROSE MAID"-TULANE THEATRE,. WEEK OCT. 6.
stage, and somebody conceived the
idea of setting it to music. Clever
young Bruno Granichstaedten, of Vi
enns, was living in Munich, spending
all his leisure hours in scribbling
pages and pages of music and dressing
large dreams of possible future suc
ceases in America. Flte formed a
happy combination and his fasclnating
waltzes with their haunting rhythms,
were added to the droll German com
edy. The German title suggests the
plot. The young Duke of Basrhester
-a young spendthritft-lavishly enter
talns his friends in anticipation of his
inheritance from his rich bachelor un
cle. He has run the limit of his credit
and at the heighth of "an evening in
Bohemia" in his house, three money
lenders gain entrance as guests. One
is Dennis, an Irish nobleman, the sec
ond is Chumley, while the third Schu
muke, frankly says that he is a dis
count. As they adiscuss their pros
pects of recoverlng their large loans
of the Duke, the rich uncle appears
and listems to their conversation. By
way of a J, and as a leson to his
nephew, he announces his secret
riase of a yeer age, and explains his
paset agitato by the presence et
sin dieters a tshen aare at his
hotel sagrtmet asnd i his Useienes
as to whether it will be a boy or a
girl. Later over the phone, he de
clares it is a boy, thus shattering the
Duke's prospects for the inheritance.
Almost immediately the Duke is de
serted by his whilom friends, the only
one remaining loyal being Daphne, his
housemaid, who becomes known as
"The Rose .Maid." To the end she re
mains loyal and is rewarded by the
winning of the Duke's heart and title
in the end after the uncle's joke has
been disclosed and the nephew's debts
paid and hid inheritance restored.
Two tuneful and delightfully funny
acts of more than ordinary scenic
magnitude are required to unfold the
plot. With all its original mirth, mel
ody and magnitude, 'The Rose Maid"
will visit the Tulane Theatre next
Sunday for a week's stay.
"Louisiana Lou," the new musical
comedy from the Chicago LaSalle
Theatre, is said to differ from all other
musical comedies of the day in that it
is entertainment no less for the chil
dren than for the grown-ups. This
does not mean that it is a dramatized
nursery tale, or that it, as other abort
ive attempts to please the children
have been, is a mere compilation of
infantile, thoughtless foolery. To
what extent the children are catered
to in "Louisiana Lou" will be noted
when the new musical comedy is dis
closed here by Harry Askin's special
company at the Tulane Theatre for
the week of October 13th.
Two of the most popular songs In
"Louisiana Lbu" are of special appeal
to the children. They are "The Tale
of a Jumping Jack," sung by Nixon
Holme, and the chorus girls make up
as Jumping Jacks; and "The Joys and
the Glooms," which is a clever stage
use of the idea originated by Tom
Powers in his cartoons. The latter
number is for Delia Pair and the
"ponies" and "mediums" of the girl
But the chief appeal to the children,
as to everybody else who cares for
what is decent in the theatre, is the
utter cleanliness of "Louisiana Lou"
in all particulars. No words of dou
ble meaning, no allusion of doubtful
taste, no situation at all indelicate is
ever allowed in a LaSalle musical
.comedy; and for that reason every
member 6f the family can with safety
and reason attend "Louisiana Lou."
ONLY 10C MONTH.
Another wholesome play with a mor.
al is announced for next week, com
mencing a matinee Sunday, and as the
clientelle always enjoys shows of this
character, it is certain that "lazel
Kirke" will be received by a large au.
dience at each performance.
It has not been shown here for ten
years and it will be more than wel
come now. The story is full of genu
ine heart interest and no one who has
seen it would object to going again, be.
cause the plot is brimful of the lesson:
that make it worth while.
Like all good shows, the characters
are well drawn and each one has a
part that is worth while. This meant
that the entire company will be cast
to advantage and the favorites seer
to a marked degree of perfection.
As Hazel Kirke, Dorothy Marke will
be a heroine exactly as intended b)
the author. She is especially adapted
to emotional acting of this sort and
she will give the part her best efforts
Owen Coil will play Lord Carring
ford, the leading male role, in his
usual exacting manner. He has prov
en to be an actor who can be depend
ed upon to do effective work.
Pittius Green, one of the funniest
comedy parts ever written and Doll)
Dutton, an equally amusing one, will
introduce Stewart E. Wilson and Ma
bel Gypzene to the patrons in another
week of the greatest kind of fun and
Mr. Peruchi will play an Irishman's
part in a manner that will bring out
all the features of the role. Mr. Pe
ruchi is always good in any character
or straight part.
Dustan Kirke is one of the best char
acter parts in stock and Mr. Clark will
have full scope for first-class acting
and he will be sure to take care of It
As Mercy Kirke, .Mrs. Charlotte M
Stanley will be especially well cast.
Bill Ford will play Squire Rodney,
a well-known character, that will suit
(Continued from page one.)
Jno. Hogan, who has been at the
Hotel Dieu for the past three weeks, it
The Algiers Gun and Rod Club mem
bers had a successful hunt at Skells
plantation Sunday, bringing home twt
fine bucks that were brought down b)
W. P. Kerner and Ross Vallette.
Mrs. R. E. Hingle and children anc
Mrs. Edwin C. Kohn left Friday foi
their home in Pointe-a-la-Hache.
Thos. J. Birney, J. J. Soulant and
Gus Dobleman were week-end visitors
to Plaquemines parish.
On Sept. 29, Lena Macaluso, daugh
ter of Vincent Macaluso and Lena
Amedeo, was baptized at the Church
of the Holy Name of Mary. The spon
sors were Sam Latino and Clara Ame
Rev. Father Copere of Rome, Italy,
who is a representative of the Marist
Order of Rome and is making a tour
of the different houses of the Order in
the United States, will arrive here this
morning and be the guest of Rev. T.'
Beginning this Sunday, the order of
mases at the Church of the Holy
Name .f Mary will be changed. The
children's mass will take place at 9
o'clock and the last mass will be at
10:30 a. m.
Rev. J. P. Cassagne will arrive this
morning from Brunswick, Ga., and
take up his duties as assistant to Rev.
T. J. Larkin, the parish priest
Mrs. W. P. Salathe returned from
her summer home In Bay St Louts,
Miss., after a week's stay.
W. P. Salathe left yesterday for Bay
Grandma and Orandpa Salathe are
momt the people on the West
Side and are willing to be classed
grandparents since the arrival of a big
baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Erwin T. Salathe, on Sept. 'Sth.
Misses Adelaide and Josie Giblen
will leave Saturday morning for Gra
mercy, L.a., where they will attend a
grand ball. They will be the guests
of Miss Loups.
Mrs. W\m. Spahr and sister, Mrs.
Keen, will leave Saturday to spend a
week with their sister. Mrs. It. H. Irv
ing, of Gramercy.
Mrs. Jos. Thorning and children
spent Sunday at Mandeville. La.
Mrs. Anthony Bourgeois of Pelican
avenue and Seguin street. spent a week
at Ocean Springs, the guest of Mrs.
.Miss 1'rline Lawton and little sister
of Lake Charles. who has been the
guest of Miss Grace Lennox for the
past two weeks, have returned home.
rfacing tne dlame.
"'Only unmarried men wantedl'
That's the thirg Job Eliza's done me
out of this morning!"-London Oplan
Churchyard Made Play Garden.
A church in upper Broadway, New
York city, has made a play garden of
ts churchyard, and invites the moth
es and children of the neighborhood
O sabke themselves happy In it.
REGULAR SESSION, 1912.
(Continued from page 6.)
therefor in the manner and to ex
tend authorized under provisions of
Articles 232 and 281 of the Constitu
tion and the Statutes adopted to carry
them Into effect. Other taxes may be
levied by the Police Juries for road
and bridge purposes not to exceed five
mills for five years on the property
of the Parish, or any ward thereof,
whether the rate of taxation and the
purpose thereof shall have been sub
mitted to the property tax payers of
the said ward or parish entitled to
vote under the election laws of the
State. and a majority thereof in num
ber and value of those voting at said
election shall have voted in favor
thereof. That this article shall be self
Section 2. Be it further resolved,
etc.. That this proposed amendment
shall be submitted to qualified voters
of thfi State for adoption or rejection
at the congressional election to be held
in November, 1912, and, if adopted, the
same shall take effect immediately
Section 3. Be it further resolved.
etc.. That on the official ballots to be
issued at said election there shall be
placed the words "For the proposed
amendment to Article Two Hundred
and Ninety-One of the Constitution of
Louisiana," and the words "Against
the proposed amendment to Article
Two Hundred and Ninety-One of the
Constitution of Louisiana," and each
elector shall indicate, as provided in
the general election laws of the State
which of the propositions, "For" or
"Against." he votes.
L. E. THOMAS,
Spreaker of the House of Representa
THOMAS C. BARRET,
Lieutenant Governor and President
of the Senate.
Approved: July 11th. 1912.
L. E. HALL,
Governor of the State of Louisiana.
A true copy::
.\I IN K. HERERT.
Secretary of State.
OF CAIIABA RED ASII COAL COMIPANY.
STATE OF LOI'ISIANA. PARISH OF OR
IEANS,. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this eighteenth day
of the month of September. in the year of
our Iord one thousand nine hundred and
twelve, and of the independence of the
U'nlted States of America, the one hundred
and thirty-sixth, before me. John Marshall
Quintero, a notary public duly commissioned
and qualified In and for this parish and
state, and in the presence of the witnesses
hereinafter named and undersigned, person
ally came and appeared the persons whose
names are hereunto subscribed, who sever
ally declared, that availing themselves of the
provisions of the laws of the state of Lou
islana, they have contracted and agreed, and
do by these presents covenant and agree and
bind themselves, as well 'as all such other
persons as may hereafter become associated
with them. to form and constitute a corpor
ation for the objects and purposes and un
der the articles and stpuolatlons following.
The name and style of thls corporation
shall be "Cahababs Red Ash Coal Company.
Incorporateld," and under such name it shall
have and enjoy soecession for a period of
nialnety-alnIne years from thin date.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
in the city of New Orleans. and all citation
and other legal process shall be terved on
the president, or In hbls absence on the vice
president, or in the absence of both upon
The objects for whblch this corporation is
organalsed and the nature of the business to
be carried on by it are declared to be the
following: to do a geaeral wholesale and
retail coal, coke and pig-iron bmslnes In
the city of New Orleans, or elsewhere; to
buy and to sell and deal nla coal, coke and
pig-irona and all and every kind of commo
dity generally bhandled by wholesale and re
tail coal and coke dealers, and to carry on
such other basianemses generally iancident to
or connected with amid wholesale or retail
The ecpital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of twenty thoueand
dollars, divided nlato and reprsented by two
hundred shares of the mar value of one hun
dred dollars each which stock shall be paid
for when called for by the board of direc
tors of the corporation, and may be issued
for cash, or in payment of property re
ceived by the corporatlon. or services rea
dered It. No stockbolder shall dispose of
his stock without frst offernlag same to the
corporation at its book value, and the cor
poration shall have ten days within whleh
to accept or decline said offer. All stock
transfers to be valid must be made on the
books of the onTt I
All corporate powers shall be rested In a
board of directors to be composed of three
stockholders, two of whom shall constitute
a quorum for the transaction of businemss and
until otherwise provided by ameadment to
this charter the board of directors shall con
slst of Benjamin Classen, Jr., Benjamin
Clsassen, Sr.. and Charles N. Charvigtnay,
with Benjamnia Clamssen, Jr., presideat:
RBenjamln Claassmea, Sr., vice-president, and
Charles N. Chalviny, secretary-treasurer. In
the event of death or restanation of one or
more of seid board or odiers, the remaln
nlag members or member of the board shall
supply the vaaesancy or vacaneles. There
shan be a president, a vice-presidenlt, a sec
retary and treasarer, which latter oalees
may be held by oae and the same person.
The corporation may buy, leaseb,. mortgage
or sell real estate as occusion may require
durlng the course of the bslness here ina
bove provided In Article III, and all such
transactions shall be effeted by the board
of directors tbhea a efiee. The corporation
may be dissolved by a two-third vote of its
btoekoidrs or by lmitatlo of Its charrter
and sech iqldatio sdall be condueted by
the board tn eoeel.
AR-M CU VII.
No stehbddar drll be held likble or re
speadhIa br tkhe oatct' or It. of the
CRESCENT THEATRE Beginning
Matinees-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
PRICES-lights 15c, 25c and 50c. Matiness 15c. 25c and 35c.
W1'EE:lK OCT. 1. l 1............ ..........'II1: 4 111. 1. F'If 1ll: 111 1 \H
TULANE THEATRE Beginning
Matinees-Wednesday and Saturday
THE ROSE MAID
PRICES--light 25c to $1.50. Matinees 25c to $1.00.
W EEK OCT. 113 ..N 1............... .............. 1I.() i 1.\N.\ lot"
PHONE MAIN 333.
AFTERNOON PERFORMAINE AT 2:15 EVENING PERFORMANCE AT 1:15
PRICES ( Nhi--lc, 25c, s50, 75c. Box So.o. $1.00.
Aeatin--lOc, 25c, 50oc. Box Seat. 75c.
Ticket Office Open Dalily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
LYRIC Phonei°---- 179
MATIWes:--s... M... PFr. ad st. B"eginning OCT 6
PRICES, IOc., t0c., 3Oc., S0c. Sun. Mat. • v
Nemo Theatre TRIANON...........81481 Canal St.
Motion Pictures, BIJOU DREAM....117 St. Charle St.
Polite Vaudeville. GRAND THEATRE... 1063 Canal St.
Every Night, beginning at 7 ELECTRIC THEATRE..921 Canal St.
p. m. DREAMLAND ...316 St. Charle St 8.
R. A. Tansey Mgr. UP-TO-DATE
Motion Piotures Dally.
Say to Her To-day
"Wife, I am going to put a complete plumb
ing system in this house." ,
Why her smile will be worth the cost.
She'll appreciate what that means-less
drudgery and more comfort-an up-to-date
Then see us about high-grade modern
plumbing-the only kind worth having-the
only kind we do.
Algiers Cornice and Plumb
ing Works, Limited.
J. BODENGER, Preet.
161-163 Delaroade St. Phone Algiers 48 and 526
corporation in any further sum than the
unpaid balance due the corporation on the
shares of stock subscribed for by him; nor
shall any mere Informality in organisation
have the effect of rendering this charter
null, or exposing a stockholder to any lia
bility beyond the unpaid balance, if any,
of his stock. This act of incorporation may
be amended in the manner provided by law.
or its capital stock changed as provided by
Thus done and passed, In my ofice at the
city of New Orleans on the day, month and
year herein first above written, in the pree
ence of Louis A. Hubert and Lamar C. Quin
tero, competent witnesses, who have signed
their names, together with the said appear
era and me, notary, after reading of the
Original signed: BenjamiL Claasse, Sr..
Benjamin Cassen, Jr Charles N. Cba
vigay, by $. Cleassen, Jr., L A. Hubert,
Lamar C. Qunte. J. M. QUINTERO,
I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages
in and for the parish of Orleans, state of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
Cahaba Red Ash Coal Company, Incorpor
ted, was this da duty recorded In my of
See, a 'ok 16 fOlki6 511.
(Signed) EUIfi. LIONA3lD, D. R.
A true eopy. J. . QUINTEO,
oet 3 10 17 24 81 3oT
Cut it in Half
We Fix your gas stoves so
that it will cut your gas bill
This is done by the Brad
shaw System which we have
Gas stoves repaired and
GEO. W. STEWART,
157 Delaronde St.