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- *~4*' -- ~ - - C, , I -~ ~ - 0 -a c·, ;K Scn rn l.0 F gGe ter Miiteso 96 tte(rsetfo fewe trtn udyngt CRESCENT THEATRE. The production this season of the Al 0. Field G(;rrar Minstrels. which epeas a week at the Crescent Theater leaday. is announc·ed as keeping up the reputation of the "Field Brand." This, the public knows, means a show "bigger and better than ever" and '"ew in everything except name"--a performance entertaining and of qual My from start to finish. As to the company. Field himself wh organizing the advertising cam palAn for the year, gave positive In tractions against making superlative I descriptions of the members. "Pre seat," he said, "the name of the comrn delas, singers and dancers. The t publie will know how funny they are. i how well they can sing, and how well i Obey can dance. for the public knows I tgae artists as well as I do, and it r blws what the 'Field Brand' in the c .way oft.pr lt a teap." , TULANE THEATER. F Elizabeth Marbury and R. Ray Com. saek have followed their first ven tare into the field of smart musical amedy, "Nobody Home" with a new larigs entitled "Very Good Eddie." whM ran an entire year at the Prin- d egs Theter, New York. and which Iieee4re its first local hearing'tn c1 eity at the Tulane theater for one ~.ak cpmnealing ,Sunday night, ()c ighar 29, with Wednesday and Satur dw matineesb There are several cooks concerned Sthis musical broth, but they can -A sad do apt spoil it. for they are tl ',i too good at the job. There is at hIba'dlation of "Very Good Eddie" .ilt by Philip Barthlomae, such good idea as that of the two young couples separated on the Had r boat. Then Jerome Kergq pMSl have turned out a most me and taking set of tunes for the T of the entertainment, which, is said to have benefited mater from the bright speeches which Bolton has sprinkled over the le between the lyrics of Schuyler No; chefs like these are in dair of Itnuring the pottage. SI a ob a aw the ,rnn thi HAMPDEN and VALLIBJ ia "VERY GOOD EDDIE" ho is .id to prove grathe egardi) theD01 .4 It snas, for Insta.e S ...% ea may be funny being vulgar. The new play *It lay claim to any excess of UP but it is absolutely free h rsoshaess of many plays of oW lad the New York press un- 2t4 imurlng this entertainment as In y diverting and tasteful aid Meails. couples separate in the The husband and wife who to one another are com Spretend that they do when Ma hotel is reached in the he ot, while the final oscene thU ut this simple intrigue, a embroidery of seons sad over it in the process it into a musical play. ithat Jerome Kern has o a more tunefnl score, e costumes, sauficlenat m artnaees in the chorus, and scenery make t eveanig. ta comprises a well et same including Bartod Inve Pasn, Madisena Squirm., Jules 1~ aiy. O Regtna Rkhard, Lo- ter & orsi 'Harvey andlp Y ARRIVED. I di :Vermw. aupspetarndemt Lrmnatug Ptant, as - the mass-nery or thi with the benet, has mow beiag latale. the gat, masK and the erae it is epe-ta that H. N. G. C. THEATRE the The crowds that have been attend itch in- the show have increased gradu iter ally since the show has been moved up into the gymnasium for the winter Id." months, and as a result the first show low is always standing room only, and in and appreciation of this fact the manage --a ment has been booking only the bes' Ual- of pictures. The pictures have been showing up better since this move self also, due to the fact that the hall am- can be made darker than the lawn, in- as well as the fact that a new, curtain lve has been purchased for the gymna 're slum. um- Special mention should he made of the the sweet music played by the or Ire. chestra of late, as it is only. when one. Fell is in a clcsed place that tney can bws hear and arpreciate the good music it rendered by this popular young the couple, which includes classic, senti Smental and rag. The rlctures for this week's end 'ire exceptionally good. featuring Blanche Sweet and Donald Brian. The program is as follows: en Friday. October 22-Jesse i.. Lasky cal presents blanche Sv'e et in "The Dupe." As a central figure in a most ew absorbing domestic drama. Blanche in Sweet in "The Dupe," her latest pro Ich duction by the Jesse L. Lasky Fea ,ti ture Play Company for the Paramont program, is seen in a roje in which her extraordinary histrionic abilities are presented to the test advantage. Saturday, October 28-There will be seven reels of comedy and drama. an Sunday, October 29-Donald Brian, a the popular stage favorite, returns to La the screen under auspicious as well at as thoroughly amusing circumstances in lathe famous Players Film Com cl pany's comedy production, "The M Smugglers." Another means of expressing their appreciation of the kind patronage of ho their many friends the Holy Name h Theatre is issuing complimentary copies of Picture Progress. If you are desirous of receiving a copy, and he in order to be positive of getting it. leave your name and address at the er ticket office and it will be given the necessary attention. The magazine will be out about the 1st of the month. Thick-Witted,Stateamen. The author of "PFty Years in Fleet treet" tells several stories at the ex poese of hoaorable M. P.'s. Shortly after the Burmese war a young civilian happened to mention Burma. "Ak, yes, Burma." said an M. P. "I had a nephew who was in Burma, only he used to cell it Bermuda." On anothqr oeseeam, in the month of March, some e saMi to Ma. UIvesy, "This is a cruel east wind." "Yes," was The -.tj reply, "I exee t t will be I- .er before It .-over." This was quoted to a re speend member of parliament, who obseered gravely: "I fancy he's right. I have known it to last till Easter an# luger yet."--Chrlstman Register. Hesme upply Undiminished. This might easily be a popular "ae*nL " at the pasture of Ageria, where equine mothers look In vain for the little foals that last year trotted at their sides. iahs the beginning of the war about 600,000 horses and 10, b ON miles have been sent abroad, the horses averaging a cost to the pure chasing governments of $175 at the Sport of shupmet, However, owing to ctlces of theopeprtawpt at agrical L 'r 191, which atlmslated inter eft in the raising of horses, this drain upon our supply of domestic animals a has not lessened the number within f our borders, there being now about 2I 24,000,000 horses and 4,500,000 mules n tn the United States.-Chrlgtlan Her lalL Werd From Headquarters. "When, where and how will the wa a sud? " don't know," replied the land Slord of the Petunia tavern "However, Sthe you ladles and seants of the Sealor lass of the village seademy, several of whom are over slteen yeasu d age eand havee ben oatlde of the eoanty a tiu or two, are gei to us ti the' atire question in a debate to nULsht. I derstam , too, that while theI are at It they will Ix thtins hare will ever be say gm ware. So I iab ie aie s to Infrm you In l Whor the Chseu O a I One very esld ah a small boy M tening a church leotnue was deeply impreased hp that art of the leetgre which refArrod to - boys slag is heaven sed liea a sP s eu lo where. On bi return hme he sou I Ide't in tshe el s want i me hme been c snk I henr ens aH·T ib vim g to asseh: (I wher I oip hoee ths dl T'h bet. Valm Iof e seLek. 9ups m e s Usenes a sea MATINEE SATURDAY. nd- Thmanangemnent of the Polly Thea du tre annouuces that commencing Sat red urday and continuing every Saturday I ter thereafter, the% will give a special ow matinee for children. Special induce in ments in prizes art, offered. The ec. pictures to he selected for these ma- i Pes tinees will be specially suited for .n children and there will also be edu vte cational pictures shown. The fea all ture picture for Saturday will be "Lit vn, tie Mary Sunshine." na A DAINTY DISH of or nf l,.'e w F an . U sic c ng o r Iti nd A p he P c he e st ro- a a- F rat o cll N es sI c. t ill h a. w .n, u: to "What's that noisert tl It "Four and twenty blackbirds baked Sa pie, your ajety." Ie "Take 'em back to the chef ad tell 1 him to bake 'em till they don't feel t ir like singing. I can't et rare birds." fr r* ADJUSTING A DIFFICULTY on - Sl It. d te at oe p , " le ii sa b. to co 0' 0 A et SA. y~ se clh IL. i . . Pc I ar a hf e L Percy-Will you marry met of S Penelope-Never. In Percy-Don't say that; let's sUbUl va ire question to arbitration. Ti Gc r GLAD IT WAS THE LAST a i ter rgr I art [ de bu tal thi Shi! vet cal ed ser I wa Hc Pa we He 'I hat the 'Coma up to my den, sad r11 show and 1es the pseob of my last awv.a" anc Never almad the prooh. 'll tnks ! year rwd o it.. wet din SOUNDED LIKE IT. 1 tia sad ter aati 1 telr to ,1 r e den Isakahag gin Wnarmaswlfnet HEAD OF COMMISSION PLEASED. Rear Admiral Helm. head of the commission which will investigate the naval station situation on the Atlantic. Gull and P'acific coasts was much pleased op receiving advices fronl at New Orleans that the subcontmmmittee ,t on naval base- of the Association of ('omerce will submit its data ne't cla w eek. Thet work of the comamission ' has advanced to the ioint where this elh data is much needed. The commis sion is Ihapressed with the active rmtan nor in which the business menn of Itr New Orleans are cooperating to insure T' tih' Itresentation of all facts ha\ing a Icarine on the navy base situation. le .\Admniral IHelm was pleased especial- hit ly ,vhen he learned that the inforina- for tion to he prr'sented by the suiecom mittee on naval base is a concise is statement of facts divested of useless me generalitis which so often character- fri ize reports of this nature. lie also was pleased to know that the infornm- la: atlon laid before the former Naval mi Board of Inquiry had been condensed, ma revisedl and brought up to date for .Mt the use of the commission. Te Pe FEATURE DAY AT THE FAIR. wi Tuesday. November 1!. 1916 he, Schools are preparing for Feature, fDay at the Fair. RIesides the. regular i attractions there will be so enany la special features that one mrust pr. - pare to spend the day. Features too attractive not to he seen will bein Jr at 9t a. m. and will continue until !9::-I wa p. m.. when dancing on the sp:lendid Sat floor to the music of the orch.estra day will begin. (tfal The following outline will indicate on ice- sonme of the special features: The 9* a. mn.- ('ity championships aes ter ma in basket ball and \olley hall. for 10::01 a. m.--Folk dancing tbefore ia dtu- arand stand). no prizes. fea- .Music concert (Auditorium). Lit- 12:00-Basket lunch. str 1:1 i p. in.-- Mass drill. 2:00-- Exhibition of fancg dances. too 2:311-- Football. Louisiana vs. Mis- Ta sissippi. Mercadel high school. 3:00--program: Address by Mayor he Behrman and Superintendent (;winn. Folk dancing. ('lass of '16. (winners elan of kindergarten contests. singing: l chorus from high school orchestra. 4:00-Flower Parade. Ne 6:00)-Japanese lantern parade. A 7 :0 --Historic Pageant. Co 9 to 12-Dancing in auditorium. There will be reduced rates for 7: children on this splendid Feature Day. 15 cents admitting any school Lat child. t Every citizen will want to see the the splendid displays of factories, farms. mal and industries of every kind which will form the basis attractions of the at 1 Pair yet many will be able to give only one day to this Feature Day. hav November 14. then should he selected tak since the augmented attractions will ave make that day memorable in the city's M history. From our district Belleville hon will send two groups or dancers, one und under the direction of Miss Shook. did the other, of Miss Burgis. The de- T partmental pupils are all invited and son many will take part in the mass drill cow of 3000 or more school children. The float from this district will represent Ante-Bellum Days. Pupils Vine from No. 4. No. 5, and Belleville will he represent the "days of hoopskirts and abet chokers." whil it is hoped that patrons of the gan schools will purchase tickets for the He grown folks as well as for the chil- part dren through the local public schools, timf as each school hopes to show its civic wort pride by the amount of its ticket sales as well as by Its contribution to the Feature Day program. Among the teachers on the different committees are Misses E. Kelly. A. O'Connor. and M. Howe, on the tick et committee; Misses C. Meggett and 1m S. Council. publicity committee; Miss A. M. Harte. pageant committee; ,Mis- a n ses O. Koppel and G. Averisl, general sIon class work committee; Mrs. M. Hop- the per, dramatization: Miss S. Duvic, art tableaux; Miss M. Vaughan, whe booths; and Miss E. Rees, garden ex- a la hibit. men HYDE ON THIE JOB. Tuesday Officer C. J .Hyde. of our who local police force, together wtih Cor- then poral Traub, arrested Isaac L. Smith R of 1014 Teche street, and Albert mos Wright of 920 Nunes street, charg- pres ing them with lhaving stolen brass Bea Svalves from the tug boat Sypsey. Eth They were taken before Recorder Berm Golff first, -where they were given Joh twenty days and nine days addition- Car al and were then taken over to high- Stase er court to answer the charge of Ryat grand larceny. Officer eiyde also Closh arrested Andrew Henderson of 318 Coll de Armas street, charging him with Zwic buying stolen property. He also was Rob taken in the "hurry up" wagon to Done the city, to be charged before a stett higher court. Officer Hyde has been Ann very active in running down our lo- and cal thieves and he is being commend- dreal ed for his activity along this line. CASSERINO-WHELAN. Wi The marriage of Mr. Merrill Cas serino to Miss Anna Norma Whelan was celebrated at the Church of the Holy Name of Marr,, Rev, Pather have Petit officiating. The 'attendants aid were Miss Irene Thompson and Mr. poeti Henry Golden. not Tha young couple are both popular a tr In our district and received many handsome presents. The groom is the only son of Mrs. Jrok Scherer, p and the bride is the dlughter of Mr. A and Mra. Jno Whelas. ptti After the ceremony, thei brial party tory went to the Rathskeller wrihere wed- by tl ding supper was served. &ske Only Temporlay. A man whsee marrld le hal not been of the haplest lay dying. Call itg his wife to his bedeide, he prom lied to leave all his worldl pose amoa to her oe n cn eadltlor, that he lag that she would erst a to ostaet ad iaslkm a te "At ' met." Th'IS he .Isthrtlly promiss, but, 31 noth- a had been isa h.er, she adde to the LQCAL MAN LOST ON SHIP. When word wasr bouht to Noew O1- tin eamrs n T luesday that- esamship bra Hiaes was lst with mrn tlhan sev- a etee mn aa that a waft had been eb tiaol iter a wth these man ear the mse ast of, a sw, atmt hpe to Mrs. Joe Andrewn, -barnerly Miss NOl Crane t dnlte street tLt l psehps her h phand alt have bee a*rga med en this ate hat Inte.L aies* eEa slate tist he w- a e -mini tn h Sthat iar is, tak that Mr. Ise tunay- C~y , ' ;t a lED. PERSONALS. the the (Continued from Page 1.) rtic. ntch John II tlces has r* tu:retil hlotm, roli after all etxtended trip to Eastn tree cities. 1 The Rex Iotys will d:ivc a at:rnd Tt dance oni Sa Tirday, t), toer ". at io th Iliian Hlall. The c,'athittee in this char., is It. .. Breaux. chairman. .1. nis- 1. lra.,i. ex-otlth io:; i. T. Z icke. T. an E. Ituptis. S. C('. (Cran ford. It. F. of Itr, aunx. .1. Spara.ina an I It. WVill iams. ure The price 'of admnission is 1, 'entts. in Mr. 'attl oll'o part. of the New (ir lo eans Ivry I)ock ('ortlpany. is ill at Shis home, where lie has teen t ont filn ma- for several weeks. o--. ()th er Meyers, of the lower tcoast. e is in the hospital underoting treat less ment for a chronic trouble. Ilis ter- friends state his condition is critical. lso .Miss Ruth IPetticrove elntertainitl rot- last week at a linen shower. compli mval mentary to Miss Viola Lilly, whose sed, marriage will take pla'e shortlyv. for Many pretty gifts were received. Mrs. Senton Rahmn, of IHouston. Tex.. is the gulest of her sister. Miss Pearl langwith. i. The many friends of Joseph I,Lane with will regret to learn that he has been quite Ill for the past week at his home in Verret street. or Mr. and Mrs. .Ino .I. Itraai of 1t2' IPacific avatllll are receiving contr;at * ulations on the arrival of a tiiit lit:le , prandstr;. at their home. l'he little i one will he knoiwn as Ilahir Ilanna i Jr. il rs. J.:. ('asey left ftor Iteatltnont Tex:ir. to visit her sons. Elzithiett andt trit ddis ('ase,. at r..lIno McNeeley left for Me1:l,his on a husintess trill. Lldy ('Commander Iluhthes will etn tertain the mneitihers of Algiers It,, rvia Nio. 2" \Woman's llenefi' .As::,, relation of the Maccabetes of the World at a sctial on Th-irsday, Oct. -2;th. at 7:::0 o'clock p. un., at :u,' l)el.aronde street. Mayor Bhrman expects to leave today for liana.ond, l.a.. to attend the Taniipaho: Iarish fair. Mrs. .1. M1. Barlow has returned to or her hoite inll hielle Hose. l.a.. after n spendling a month here with hr ers dlaughter. Mrs. F. iutfly. 1g' Mrs. W. If. Seymour has returned to l.ong Beach after a business to New Orleans. A special meeting of Santa Maria Council No. 1724. Knights of ('olum hus of Algiers. has been called for f 7:3 p. m.. Friday. ie Misses Ruth Barlow and Plorence aol Laharre of Bellerose, La.. came to town Sunday, Miss l.ahbarre returnine he the same day. Miss Barlow will r- as. main here some time. MIch r. Allen Sanborn spent a few days at Empire. La, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Strassel and fanmily ay. have returned from Verret street and lH ed taken up their residence in Elmira a: avenue. b Mrs. F. C. Anderson has returned d; home from the Touro Infirmary after ok undergoing an operation for appen dicitis. de- The friends of John H. Schroder. nd son of John Schroder, clerk of the court of appeal, will be glad to know that his condition is improved to such ly ill an extent as to allow him to leave St. tl is Vincent's hospital. New York. where p Ill he was treated for severe scalds tl nd about the body, which he sustained tt while working as an oiler on the Mor he gan liner Proteous several weeks ago. He is expected home for a visit to his parents for a while as it will be some Is, time before he is able to return to 'c work. Si an - nt SURPRISE PARTY. On Wednesday, Oct. 1Sth. Mrs. tit 2d 'im. lloffstetter and daughter. Miss Pi Juanita, were agreeably surprised by at Is- a number of their friends, the occa- he al sion being the anniversary of their birth. The Jolly crowd proceeded to i, the Iloffstetter home in Alix Street. where dancing was indulged in until is a late hour. t Both of the honorees were well re membered on the occasion, many handsome persents being received. They desire to thank all their friends pr Swho so handsomely remembered ba r-them. Refreshments were served and a h rt most enjoyable time was spent. Those th Spresent were Misses Sophie and Lucy m SBenoit, Marvel Stumpf. Tlllie Canton. Ethel Foster. Mary Castroglovanni, t Bernice and Ethel Williams, Thelma n Johnson. Nova Sadler. Alma Martin, P . Carmen Vanderlinder. Georgiana ti a- Stassi, Edith Munsterman. Bertha la , Ryan. Annie Johnson, Martha Mc l Closkey, Ida Lahusen. Messrs. Bob g Collma, Clyde Bourgeois. Francls h Zwicke, Jos. Sparicino. Tom Mine, is Robert Willams, John Braai. Frank RL o Donewar, John Teuteberg, Wm. Hoff. po a stetter. Mrs. A. Ricker and daughter. Mil n Anna; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rogers w .- and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bou- a I- dreaux and family. o "ree Party" Didn't St Him. William had been to several birth day partles, always taking a preset to Sthe little hostess. When his birthday e arrived bhi mother told him he could have a party, but nothing was to be I said about its beng his birthday. He r. pouted a while and then msaid: "I do not care for a party I I have tohave ra free party." Paverite Fare. A certain father who is fond of putting his boys through natnural his r tory examinations is often surprised I. by their mental agility. He recently &aked them to tell him. "What atmal I satisfled with the leasot amount of anourshant?" "The moth!" one of Sthem ahouted condetly. "It eata nothing bht holes."-Yoth's Compea Came fee etsmeit Mmse Ja m~ clarel hany ma around the ictory, eaoe la late me m ora~ l, appelrng to Lhar under eoa sterable eeltmmt. "Whit's the mat tar, Mser" ae the bsman. "d l, su." "That's too haL." "at ainM do emt eb M. FN oi tO have ep'.L ties p'bbhas" "What hW" the Seman qusedsL "Wellp , p d '-tab ars ree ett ab ma h sratls * tesben eEL" I I lar Is a alrremse between SordinaryU olive all ad god olive Sell. The iMe Uaml kna Is i bottles, eh; qrt tdas, ~e; al Ie tlr, $.. Always fall mUas Sme V. ai TULANE... SUNDAY Oct. 29th Matinees.-Wednesday and Saturnay at 2 1'. N1. Prices--$1.50, $I.00. 75.c 50c. 234 "VERY G000D EDDIE" Crescent Theatre S$ "oig 29 Field's Minstrels PRICES: MATINEE 15c. 25c. 35 SNIGHTS 15c, 25jc. 50c REGULAR MATINEE: Sunday, Tuesday, Thureday and Sat. at 2 P M. PHONE MAIN 333-334 BEST OF VAUDEVILLE IIMATIE IlVRY DAY :lJ-IOc TO Nc. Box SEATs c. EVERY NIGHT :l1--tlc TO 75c. lOX SEATS 1.0. H. N. G. C. High-Class Motion Pictures EVERY FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS TUESDAY SPECIAL BENEFIT NIGHT PRICES, Sc and IOc Such s Femininine Nature. l,. Once there was a model young man. rd He boasted in a chastenedly triumph. ra ant way that he had never used to. baeco nor liquor, had never attended : ld dance nor a horse race and never rr played a game of cards. He never n' went to the theater to sqe a real el Sshow, but was extremely fond of help. T 1P ful lectures and greatly enjoyed the w w chautauqua. Indeed, he stuck so close- i h ly to the straight and narrow way tt ;t. that all the parents in the community 01 re pointed to him as being everything , Is that a young man should be, and all d the girls went with the other fellows. r- -Kansas City Star. 0. is of ie The Spirit Was Willing. .l . Pretty Sounding Flute, a young Bioux in a government school, was given this text to turn into similar R language expressing the same thought: n 'The spirit indeed is willing, but the o flesh is weak." The teacher's explana- Ii s. tion, she believed had been elaborate. ti 1 Pretty Sounding Flute had seemed all y attention. After laboring half an hour ii - be walked up to the teacher's desk and a proudly deposited his paper, which a 0 bore the startling legend: "The ghost r is sure agreeable, but the meat is rot p ten." Not a Biblical Term. i. The terms "major and minor prophecies" do not occur in the Bible lI but have been used for convenience in classifying them. According to this a claalcation the major prophecies are those of Isalah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel, and the minor ones are Hoses. Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habbakuk. Zephaniah, Hag gal, Zachariah and Malachi. The dis a tinction between major and minor re lates to the size of the books. Too Much of a Good Thing. Grubbl-"l understand that the Binks-Jinks wedding has been poset poned indefinitely." Stubbs-"Yes, Miss Binks learned that young Jlnks a was beginning to manifest an inter est in polities, and said she thought one politician in a family was quite emeigh."--Rlchmad TimesDispatak. NewOrleans Art Studio, Under the supervision of Graduates and Students of Newcomb and Other conegs OFFERS INSTRUCTION IN Pino and Pipe Orgln Playing, Violin, Ukealle, Etc., Drawing and Water Color Painting. The New Art of BaSketry. Cla~olc and Modern Dancing and other Art. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION AS STUDENTS MAY ' BE MADE TO MISS IRENE BROOKES........... ........633Elmira Avenue MRS. L. G. DAUDELIN...... 1307 Pleasant St. Phone Up. 608-W MISS SHELBY GIBB8 .................... 2708 ColIseum St. MISS ADINE ELLIOTT .................. Phone Jackson 1024 El Trelles Clear Havana Cigar, Sc Up. 142 CHARTRES STBEET NEW ORLEANS Phone Main 714 8.-4 ESTABLISHED 1853 J. C. MEYER & SON JEWELERS Watsd, Diaamds, Jewelry and Silverware Diamonds Reset Watches and Jewelry Repaired 19S DECATUI 8TREET Near U. . MM pLw ses lW sss NEW oaae, I.. Suspiciously Willing. "Sue. sweet," said the swain. "do you think that if we got married se cretly your father would ever forgive to us?" "I'm sure he would, dear," re plied the girl without hesitation. "And rer would he give us a house of our own?" rer "Yes, darling." "And an income big al enough for us to live in comfort?" Ip The maid nodded decidedly. "And he would he take me into the firm?" "Cer Stainly he'd do that." "And let me run aY the business to please myself?" "Why, ty of course he would, silly boy!" She ag snuggled into his shirt front, but he Ill put her coldly from him. "I can't mar 5. ry you. Miss Brown," he said, sadly. "Your father is too anxious to get yen off his hands." Taking Care of Him. pg One of the ln'cai politi 'ians (he In as mlsts that he is a satentesarnn) was a ar guest of honor at in gathering the other ,t: night. and while on the subject of econ he omy in governiment quoted the follow ia lIng conversation between a Ipay-roll pa triot and a United States senator: ill "Senator, you promised me a job." "But or there ire no jobhs." "I need a job. nen ad ator." "Well, I'll ask for u commi lh eson to Investigate the reason for the at scircity of jobs. and you cnn get a it' place on that,"-Boston Traveler. : The dJlior STollet Seat Sfor CHIILREN. SumItarj, "- QQickly Ai. Situe, Fits Aun TeNlet gASS Sill si PIIP TTEITI $3.85 UNIVERSAL BEAT CO. 6 622 Baromne St. New Orias, la. Phone Ilan 16881 1 Representative wanted in yeur territory.