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7- At The Playhouse
"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH."
If you hate business worries ot
family affairs are on your mind, try
To forget them for the moment while
you allow the information to come to
you that on the stage of the Tulane
Theatre will next week he given over
to Hlarry Stubbs. supported by a mer.
ry company of farcehrs. who are driv
ing all cares to the woods with their
performance of James Montgomery's
farce. "Nothing but the Truth." which
comes to us with the offical endorse
ment of New York theatregoers that
it is the most uproariously funny play
ever seen in the metropolis, and these
same New Yorkers looked and laugh
ed at it for an entire year. and it is
said a reference to 'Nothing liit the
Truth" will create a New York laugh
even now. It is a firce- -and this
word is used advisedly built upon
the resultant effects of a confident
young man to speak the truth and
nothing but the truth for twernly-four
hours running. Not only does he de
termine to do so. but he succeeds, and
his success brin.s tumbling uron him
and his friends and associates all
manner of troubles. Of course, thi,
young man is not telling the truth
without an object. No' I", will win
ten thousand dollars if he can suc
ceed in so doing for a certain period.
lie little thinks mhen he starts in
what the result will Ib, n. d the pl!:a
shows the funny things the truth
will do. O)h, it's a maze,, of compili
cations. It's laughable' seeing the'l
grow and doubly so :teeing the ni
tangling of the snarl of family af
fairs, and the strzi.;htening out of
business mix-ups.
The company we will have, it is
said. to be of the best. ard (;. M .\r
derson and L. Lawrence We\her have
spared n.) efforts to make "Nothing
But the 'Tr'th" a fat ce to be r'nme'm
bered long after the final curtain has
gone down on it.
IrI
.ack Devereaux and Ar.na
Lehr in Triangle Play. The
Grafters."
Feto's Folly, Suuday
LOEW'S CRESCENT.
The dream of Marcus Loew, the
richest of all American vaudeville
promoters and theater goers, is being
materialized at the ('rescent Theatre.
where he is rapidly establishing him
self as the one best bet in the serv
ing of vaudeville for family use. Mr.
Loew's policies are to furnish enter
tainment for the whole family and to
make his theaters the rendezvous of
the family circle and of the people at
large. In New Orleans he has suc
ceeded, as he has elsewhere, in mak
ing his playhouse the big gathering
place of the town.
There are ten vaudeville acts of the
highest quality furnished every week.
The acts are shipped in over the Loew
Circuit, which includes the big cities
all the way from New York state line
to Canada and thence through the
middle west and to the Pacific slope.
The immensity of the circuit makes
it possible for Mr. Loew to give all
of his houses the very best that is
offered in the way of home and KEuro
pean acts.
In addition to the vaudeville bill.
the Crescent is offering eighteen reels
of moving pictures every week two of
the features being headliners bshow
ing all the biggest stars of the screen.
Then there is Loew's l'niversal
Weekly, Loew's Current Events, the
Henry Meyer international cartoon
comics, Mutt and Jeff and other fea
ture films.
The changes of hill are on Sunday
and Thursday at I o'clock and the
show runs continuously every day
from 1 o'clock to 11.
Bessie Love in Triangle Play.
"Wee Lady Betty."
eto'es Fiy, TLursday
SCHOOL NOTES
McDONOGH 4 ROLL OF HONOR.
Eighth Crade A--Albert Senner.
!'ighth Crado II-Evans Mahoney.
(;erald Cooper, Felix lMcAnesy and
.1Melford Pitre.
Seventh (;rade A--Marcel Serpas,
Philip Saleehy and Milton Aker.
Seventh (rado Il-.lames Peeler,
Otto Meder. Marion Crawford. Eu
ne Le Iloeuf, lBeverly legendre. Ed
Newell. Ililiary Schroeder and John
"ieutat.
Sixth Grade A--Roy Keenan. I)on
ald Gautreaux, Hugh Lilly and Mel
inlmrne rteCi.
Sixth Grade B--Joseph Trauth.
('harles Christiansen, Albert Monroe,
Loui. ('ronan. Hlorace Harris. Louis
Fernandez lRoy Ripp, Lee Steele
and Bertrand Peck.
Fifth Grade A--Wm. Kassmer, Al
vin Covell. UIlgir Gaudin. Jas. Calvin
an d MaIlcolm Schwarzenhac h.
Fifth Gradte I--Scholarship and
:!epia:rtlnnt: John ('urran. Nicholas
lienzert. Albert Net. berry. Stanford
W\illmore. Charl, s Willis, Royal Wil
lia:ns. hlarry McNeely. Rubin Piere
and Lee Menge. Scholarship: Thos.
Little. ('has. Sadler IByron Counner,
.\lvin I.e BIlanc, Jos. Susslin. Louis
Itruns ard. Iloy 1ingle. HeI rmnan
;uindisch. Clifford Angelo, .lames
cortes. Ibadore DIavis and ilenry
tarrubba. ,
Fourth Grade A- Scholarship and
deiortnment: .los. Sutherland and
Eimto \ogtlin. Scholarship: Robert
t!nith and ('ollie Mant:ano. IDeport
mn't t: L.eslie Kirkpatrick. ('heste'r
'amos. \Vn. Entwistle,. Richard Fer
nandez. John Iiunn, .Julian Ilum
;hrey. t'has. (;rrets. Aug. Ilachot.
(;o. Zatarain. Sidney Andre. Charles
Tt-ereh!onne and IIynlel Amuedo.
Fourth G(rade I- -Wilson BIarrett.
Frel Kraeumer. ('harles Ranmelli. Aloy
sius Serpa.. Victor ('i-utat. Jo.;eph
l'"rron. .Iamoes I.. Higgins and Mar
;oral MlINeely.
Third Grade A -- Earl Cooper. Elmer
IDavidson and Ilermah Grundmxeyer.
Third (;rade. B-Louis Peterson.,'
Ernest BIurlet. Velia Lavoy. Mark
AmIuedo. lien Olivier and Walter
L.ahusen.
Third Grade A Vincent Trauth.,
Morris Blodenger and Russell Gilder.
Second ;Grade 11--Karl Brodtman,
Preston Ilcazel. Bennie Weiner and
Ferdie Bode.ngcr.
First (;rade A --Ioward Evans,
D)an Church. Jos. Schiro. Walter
Itairnsfather. Nougie Richard and
.IJoeph Hlenricks.
First Grade h--.Julius .Messner.
Elbe.rt Ro.s. Charles Soulant. Milton
('ovell. Albert Brodtman. Joseph
We-ilbacher, Floyd Brune and John
Carruba.
McDONOGH No. 5 SCHOOL.
Many people are anxiously waiting
for the kindergarten which is to be
erected at McDonogh No. 5 school. !
The lumber for this purpose has been!
received and work will begin in a-:
short time.
EVENING SCHOOL.
The public evening schools opened
Monday for the session 1917-18. The
school here known as Evening School'
No. 5 is located at McDonogh No. 4
school, corner BRrmuda and Alix Sts.:
The teachers are O. J. Davieson,
principal: Mrs. Margaret Hopper.
Mrs. Kate M. Vallier. Louis Bernoudy,
Miss Loretta Shook. Miss Laura Lam-.
bert. Mrs. Ida Dutflho, Ml'-s Reeva
Leydecker. lBernard T. Hanley.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL NOTES.
We want to acknowledge the re-,
ceirt of the presents from the chil-!
dren of the books for the soldiers.:
they are still continuing to bring the
books. This collection will be closedi
next Friday. All books are to be
sent to Mr. Gill.
Teachers' Meetings.
The schedule for the meetings of
teachers of physical training has been
postponed for one week, and is as
follows:
r'riday, October 12--1st and 2n4
rades.
Monday. October 15--3rd grade.
Tuesday. October 16-4th grade.
Wednesday. October 17-No meet
?,. (holiday In school).
Thursday. October 18-5th grade.
Friday. October 19--6th grade.
Monday. October 22-7th grade.
Tuesday, October 23-8th grade.
ORPHEUM THEATRE.
The following is the program for
text week:
Mclntyre and Heath in "On Guard."
Extra feature. Josle Heather. Win
Some English comedienne. with Wil
iam Casey. Jr.. and Bobbie Hleather.
Arthur Sullivan, assisted by Mer
cedets Clarke. In "A Drawing from
ife." by Dan Kusell.
Matty Medlin.,Geo Watts and Sid.
ownes in 'The Wife Question." by
lerbert Moore.
Harry Hines (formnerly of lines and
"'o) in "The 5Rth Variety".
Frank and Tobie. in songs, dances
nd costumnes caracteristique.
And another feature act.
Ortheumn Travel Weekly. The
torld at Work and Play. Iake Hop
teens, New York. A Zoological:
"arden in Oskania-Nova. Russia.
Orpheum Concert Orchestra, direc
ion E. E. Tosso.
H. N. G. C.
Friday night the H. N. G. C. Thea
re will present America's Sweet
ieart. Mary Pickford in the beautiful
hoto classic. A Romance of the Red
wood. a ploture that presents the
lays of '49. or in other words the
'Gold"' days of California. This is
a typical Plckford picture and Little
Mary will once again delight the
hearts of the people.
There will be a special matinee for
children at 4:30 p. m.
Paper Collection.
Paper collection dates are as fol
lows: November 27. January 14. Feb
ruary 'U. April 1. May 1. and June 6.
Fire prevention forms have been
given out at school.
Inspection of Vaccination.
All children who were vaccinated
at school are requested to be present
for inspection of arms on Tuesday.
Oct. 16. Miss Lehman will call to
inspect arms on above date.
New Teacher.
Miss Alice Judlin has been appoint
ed teacher at Belleville School in the
olace of Miss llelfreltsh.
Morning Exercises.
Morning exercises are a special
feature of Bolleville School. Etch
wet-k ;r new song is taken up; and
some special features are given, so
that those who assemble promptly at
s:45 a. m. bell are sure to have some
compensation for their early attend
ance.
Tue-day morning exercises were
enjoyed very much. Miss Alice Jud
lin rendered a vocal solo. the "Bird
Song."
Presents Given to Belleville School.
Mrs. Geo. Koppel made a present
to the school of a handsome walnut
Victrola stand.
Miss Madeline Vezien remembered
her old school, having donated small
spruce pine.s, and one long leaf pine.
ADOLPH MEYER SCHOOL.
The enrollment at the Adolph Mey
er School continues to increase and
has now passed the 137th mark.
The overcrowded condition of the
class rooms has been relieved by the
addition of another teacher, still two
of the departments are %ery much
crowded.
The regular monthly meeting of the
('o-operative Club was held on Wed
nesday. Oct. 3, 1917. at 3:1-, p. m.
Several new members were added to
the roll.
The election of officers resulted in
the election of the following: Mrs.
J. W. Tagert. president; Mrs. L. Ar
sago. vice president; Mrs. ('. W. Gebs.
treasurer, and one of the faculty as
secretary, pro tem.
The enthusiasm of the parents is
increasing daily and the hope is that
much good may be realized from such
strong co-operation.
COLORED RED CROSS.
Through the efforts of Mrs. Sarah
Brown and other qpatriotic colored.
women of our district the Algiers
Colored Branch of the American Red
Cross was organized on September
25. with an enrollment of 100 mem
bers.
The following officers were elected:
Mrs. Sarah Brown, chairman; Mrs.
M\lary Brunett. vice chairman; Mrs.
Sophronia Rozier, secretary: Mrs.
Ora Williams, assistant secretary.
The treasurer has not yet -been
elected, but will be at the next meet
ing of the branch.
These workers are full of enthu
sliasm and are anxious to do "their
bit" for their country.
The officers are women who are
well known and esteemed in this dis
trict. Mrs. Sarah Brown being a
trained nurse. Mrs. Brunet and Mrs."
Rozier both school teachers. This is
evidence that the reins of govern
ment are in good hands, which in
su:es the su-cess of the undertaking.
taking.
The new branch has already ob.
tained three sewing machines and
more are promised. Mrs. A. Senegal
will have charge of the sewing.
Arrangements are no being made
for a hall to be used as headquarters,
and as soon as one is procured and
other details arranged work will be
started.
The knitting class will be in charge
of Mrs. Jane Long and is starting out
with ten members.
The members of this branch took
a prominent part in the parade of
drafted colored men who left for their
training camp last Sunday. Mrs.
Sarah Brown had full charge of the
arrangements. Paul Thomas was
drill master of the uniformed ranks
of Algiers. and Samuel White and
Andrew Thomasson had charge of the
oi-ganizations that pIarticipated in the
parade.
An attractive feature of last Sun
day's parade was little Harold Fran.
-(ois, attired as Uncle Sam; little
.James Andrew Robinson, as a soldier
boy. and little Virginia lang. as a
HRcd ('rose nurse.
H. N. G. C. THEATRE
SPECIAL ATTRACTION
"MARY PICKFORD"
IN
"A Romance of the Redwoods"
A Truly Wonderful Picture
Special Matinee at 4:30 P. M. Special Music for the Occasion
We Ed.esnr To show Only Clean ictre a
AMENDED CHARTER
I .MER('AN TII.F RFAI.T1 IOMPAI:NY,
INO) H14 RATE D.
Sl't:I rt 's ate .f Anmerica. S:.,trt of L.:vi
S t, I'.::-: of l )r .t:i, i. tty of New
lie 't k'n., in, that on th:s rlgh'h d.ay of the
,n n'. h 'tt , ,r, t'o the year f 'atr I. :
,'e th ,a.a::d nine hundred and eevent-'en,
::,t ,If tCe Ind , ienle'i..' . the ti::ed
S: t:', ,, A: erica the ,ne hlimited and trty
Sr-t, ~e" ,:e ;t. Frl tw 4 P. I' urns, a no"
t., "y - u'l , duly a m< :n:s,,toned an. , qual::.rd,
s: .::d fr thu, c:v a:nd the I':: h tf O)r
i t:.'::t r' 1. ng .1'1,1 I the ;,:t',te .
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le: . - .1
rc t Ie and, appe.tred Edgir 11.
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t , , c'.e :h tit .it a .pecial i:nveig
f the stckh,,h.r.. -f the M1c-crnt::e Rea!ty
. plny. I::c.- ; ated. a ,rp, tartltin r an
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Sh.I ,i 11. ) It 1.Ni,, t,ih. 5 ,. hebit at
e .tnttl , a:, d . Mercne ;eir Realty t',,n
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we'" ,"', ':a d as Ire' , ert: and seC retatry,
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h," re1, ,,t ,n ,f the .. , ikA ehrs herctoi at
,che Iit a t :0 ut part here f, to appear he
It r- r,, ... : ,'ry fir t li' ,'lp;',se , it iame:,1
Iny the 'a: I l '. e - r ,f :t ," M tercattt"i Realty
" : , In, *p.,r c It.
A':d he S:' , , ;,d ca:,':r-, A l pe,'s ,ent and
srcirtn ',. r.sp ct:vely, ,f the sa' . Mercan
tle i(ts l ,mlpany, Inc.,rprated, and act
lng I .. I It.,'alC rs :t: . n ,t nan .,,ehalf
f ,.t : l .' 'r it . iy lrtueC of thie ln t'era ty
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.n1:!r R,'ely ,:npaity, Inc ,rp.,rated . pa td
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't : , ' . .::r' .and alter ded t, ra
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, tht u::: ,1, a'ar: a' :he crd,,rat ,n
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•r ts, ."te. Rht ' .e. reCmo h.r:ng t e
t , "n h4 i ., t t a rwnt t : r 'erh"s
Ai :i :her sa: appeare- s ,:. ne t vet r hdecl',ared
" " ," ,lt: ., ," , :te t .rc p i"g anl
e: n :,a -ot t: ,.'t, rI t 'T :h.. vet -ed by
:h . i !s t!, . "I,'s .,r a ti . tetrcan nlle Real:4 y
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: S V , c pa,.c ,, i msky k': , :1 that
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, e ,r at  : r 4 ! te ch'ul'etr of sanl
Mercantle Rea: t y 'smpany. Inorp.,-ate.,
.rt:. I' uer ,,, aid ,h.,-' r. pawer, be-f.,re
'e. n".tarv ,,t A1,:11 5, 1r17, h1 been
It tn,. altered ad p an. e e: at as htreihthe
'se-,r:h and written and t nev 1 Ihep-e.
.,trt' f a':d require l.at the a'nt. e stated
change and amerndm:en: ,'f Article Four of
ti.e 'tartt'r of Mercar ::t.e Re ilty ont.pantty,
Incposate., he recmirtae and pndhlished in
h'e imanler a r.sc,'1: ', y lat , to t e end
ha. :the usdai ,'a.nge and amend:rent here
1'er and at all ttrs he .Is hereanabase fet
I rt. an rt-gards al pertni that are ,now
n, Iav h-cafter het , e ,. ckholders of the
. If een c:,t c.mpany.
'hn d ,ne and pa-sesd at my office in the
I Ns it New )-lea:s, ,n the day, m ,nth and
sar 'i-r n th-t a'MI e written. In the p-es
~-n-- of St. O uI'tr . a' r., an., Lem Vilh're.
,"rpetent witne.es., wh.r hereunto sign their
n.rnes w tth the said appearer, and time, no
tar'. afitr a reading of the while.
rvtinal S.rne, E.. M Rea, P. J. Stone.
A :nese. St. 'lair Adams, Leon V:llere.
FRANCIS P'. II'RNS Notary Public.
I, the undertgneed Recoider of Mortgages.
Sa-" fr the Parish 1ff Orleans State of
I:.-!mana. do hereby certify that the above
and forevotng Act of Incorporation of Mer
cant:le Realty Company Incorporated, was
amended and was th a day duly recorded in
my ntfice in bok 1212. folio -.
New O,-trans. Oct. 9th 1017.
1S~gnedl EMILE J. LEONARD Dy. R.
A true cops':
FRANCIS P. BU'RNS, Notary Pulbic.
Oct 11 18 25 Nov I 8 15
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
EXTRA SPECIAL OFFERS
IN FLOWERS FOR
ALL SAINTS DAY
We can supply you with choice cut flowers,
Chrysanthemums. Roses. Carnations. Eet..
a visit to our OAKLAND NURSERY. Met
sirie Cemetery. will convince you.
PRICES REASONABLE
Special Attention to Country Orders
FLOWERS
for ALL SAINTS DAY
Choice Blooms of Roses, Lilies, Carnations
Orchids at Reasonable Prices.
We are especially prepared to meet the great
demand for flowers on All Saints' Day. Novem
ber 1, and advise you to order early. Prompt at
tention paid to country orders.
The Flower Shop
HENRY SCHUERMANN, Prop.
Phone Main 2021 108 BARONNE STREET
Pearce's Theatres
rTRIANON
8414 ('ANAL MT.
10 (CANAL S'T.
PORTOLA
THEATRE
CANAL AND DRYADES STS.
High Class
Motion
Pictures
If yeur dealer does not handle "GRAPICO"
we will Supple rea direct. Pe o Maim
PRIOTROT YOUR CISTENSl
A: ,ND OTIHER PROPERTY. REALTY
OWNERS" PROTECTIVE ALLIANCE,
INC.
Sf413 CARONDELET ST.
OFFICES: 1 121 S. RAMPART ST.
PHIONE MAIN 1683.
We have the Experience. We
have Pure Drugs. We render
Perfect Service. If such supe
rior service appeals to you, then
let us fill your prescriptions.
Accuracy irst.
Cyrus Broussard
PHARMACIST
Cor. Belleville and Pelican Ave.
Phone Algiers 9120,
We Deinver
"THE STORE OF EFFICIENT SERVICE"
Prescriptions Filled Day or
Night.
NEW ORLEAIS' MOST UP-TI-IATE
Florist
FLORAIS
THE GIFT OF
SUNTIMNWt"
525 Canal Street
Phones I. 930 and M. 526S
TULANE ' .
Prices " - -s-ý
"NOTHING BUT THE RA
LOEW'S CRES
. . . . .. .0(1n F. Fi, IAN' I0O
10 - BIG VAtlIVILL ACTS.10
16 - REELS FIRST RUN MOVIES I
P,_tur___ b_ gm I '. I . l u"dr- -
AF11c  s S
PIr i ces Except Saturday and Sunday 5, 1
___ _ NI(iHTS
Sat. and Sun. Afternoons 10, 15
c COME ANe sO Ai YOu PLEAI
Two Complete Changes, Sunday and Thursday NOW
I'ION E 'MAIN
B EST' OF VAUDEVILQ
MATINEE EVERY DAY 2 15 ock TO 50c BOX SEATS 75c.
EVERY NIGHT 8.15-10c TO 75r. m n
Foto's Folly Theat
FOTOS FOLLY THEATRE, WEEK OF f "I 'itagrap.
OCTOBER 14 TO OCTOBER 20 )'·.:, "I, lhdrea
I' . 1A1, I)-:. 14 "I. r "Tru':c " -: it .\ M All:ster, 2 pn m L
,.I·!r I),,m:a1. Fa:ra:k,., par'. "."ýh,- v, Mu a'l. Bdllie k Bb
\." ded a I) ~- .r," Keyst inc. A.l Nor. Il R I>AY, Oct. 1 l- '
p.:rt. I'aThc \e .f the WN r'di W1 r. :t d, All Star, 1 5
MIN)AY. Ic:. 15." e .Ma.ke tf :!:r t ar and See A n
M t AI I).11', 1I; t 1'm-".1h e k3 0
.1'ual. \%:n Ru,,.ll, 5 part,. "N -gl-e I i FY. Jact. 1--"The II. .
fe," 14th Ep: ,.. ', , ., . E Jak c ;ardner, M, l '
-:::t·~] R:hnk," eispode I. 1 P. tI.
TUL!SIAY. Oct. m11- " e aTr'.h gh." u 2 ar::. ig V ('omedy.
,irl lv Ilerher: RaI g.:,..: 5 tar::. ! , II . )ct. 1--"Bey -
M!ack ("at Fea:ur.. lan ani ltII t ' t hae I. :lr lIrav. 5 parts. "T
WEIDNESI )AY. ct. 17--"M sct a. .,f the ; a:: a I Jetff. Mutual To,.
Where to Stop in New Orle
NAME Addre... Ra. i
Henriea Ho114 Royal St., 50c, 75, $1
Near Canal co~0rmy
ROOMING 311 Exchange Rooms lktolks
Sch oortz ,00,,.. 311 Exchange Rooms| ltoits
Schwartz HOUSE Place $1 too
McEvoy's Hotel 758 Camp weiek I
Crescent Hotel 700 Camp w
Larroque House 411 Bienvile, a. M
Cor. N. Peters S toz uo
The Albert House 735 Iberville St. PK Day
R. E. Her__tt Jr. Prop. Weekly Rate W
50c Up
Rooms 814 Baronne St. w.r der am
Fred Buerkle's House Exchange Alley& $0 . ,
Transients' Rag
Plaza Hotel 225 Dauphine T50cr't Ra
While in good Health, Provide elainst lIm lw ll«
by insuring in the
CITIZENS' INDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURAi
AND SICK BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
Freumus. 10 25 ente per week.
13 casAEaM
A Little Talk
on the DRUG QUESTION:
To AVOID SUBSTITUTION is as
essential as to, AVOID ERROR.
WE HAVE IT aid YOU GET IT.
EXACTLY what you ask for, and
we give you credit for knowing
what you want.
Ber muda ESuviret

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