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TIiL.NE THE.ATRE. dancy order, and as tie three acts beautiful scenery, soul-stirring theme
A Ceek of jollity is in store for take the audience from a beauty par- and extraordinary dramatic and me
Tulane Theater patrons next week lor on Fifth Avenue. New York, to chanical effects, will be the lode
hltern '"The Itauty Shop," that spark- Napoleon's native isle, there is ample star of the Tulae Theater for the
line. tuneful musical comedy, for scope for the scenic artist, costumer necek conillmtcing JMonday, Novemn
whi hI ('hanning Pollhwk and iten- and modiste to display their respect- her 11.
nold \\014 are responsible for the ivo arts, each of which have been No play of American production
hook and lyrics and Charles .1
(;ebhst for the music, will bhe the at
The story has to do with one I)r.
Arbutus Iludd. beauty specialist. who.
deip in debt. grasph an olpporlunity
to go to Corsica with his ward,
whose supposedly wealthy uncIl has
just died. A vendletta is threaten
ing, but nothing phases l)r. ltudd,
not even Corsican time tables. spa
ghetti or the problem of making
Corsica's fairest flower bloom more
The presenting company is said to
be well balanced, numbering sixty
well-known singers, dancers and far
ceurs. and there is a corus of un
usual beauty. There are at least
twenty song hits of the whistly,
The world(.amous Ziegfeld Follies
beauty, Anna Pennington. in *"The
Atics of Ann," with a whirlwind of
the most beautiful girls in the world.
will be the photoplay attraction at
Loew's Crescent the first half of the
week, starting Sunday at 1 p. m.
"The Phunphiends." a musical
comedy creation with a east of eight
people, including a beauty chorus of
six girls, will head the bill. It is
called a "prescription of melody and
mnusic," and the action takes place in
a drug store setting. lack Hallen, a
clever musical funmaker, provides
most of the laughs. lie conies into
the drug store to apply for a posi
tion as clerk, and gets it with dire
results. lie is especially adept at
mixing wild and wonderful drinks at
the soda fountain and drenching his
customers. in this case some very
stunning girls, with the "fizz water."
Songs and lively dances, with a
corus of beautifully-gowned girls,
round out the entertainment.
The Randalls, offering "Fifteen
Minutes in Arizona," will offer sharp
shooting, singing, dancing and West
ern sports. They are two people,
with a man dresed as a cowpuncher
and the girl as an Indian. It is one
of the best sarpshooting acts ever
IHarry Holden, a rotund, jolly
comedian, and Lucy llerron, offer a
clever comedy skit with songs. Mil
lie Olive, a French beauty, will pre
sent a dainty novelty in juggling.
"The Lash of Power." a sensational
melodrama, full of thrills and sur
prises, with Carmel Meyers and Ken
neth Harlan. will be the photoplay
attraction of the last half of the
week. The play deals with a man's
ambition to attain power through the
acc(umulation of wealth, and once he
attains his desires he finds that there
is an essential of happiness in life
that monty cannot buy
That's what it's going to be; and that's why you \\ant to attend. Open to
every state in the L'nion; $30,ooo in preminums for exhibits of Live Stock;
Agricultural Products, etc. Hlorse Show at night. Racing; Trotting, Avia
tion flights; Shows full of pep on the Great White Way; Foot Ball; Fire
works: etc., etc. Something doing every minute-and(l 'everybody's going
to be there."
National Farm and
Live Stock Show
and Live Stock Buyers Convention
By official invitation from Governor Pleasant and Mayor Behrman special
delegations of buyers from Central and South America, the \Vest Indies and
Mexico will be on hand to attend the great
of thoroughbred cattle, hogs and sheep from representative herds; to be sold
without reserve to the highest bidders. Greatest opportunity ever offered to
the stock-raisers of the South. Special rates on all railroads and steamship
lines. For full information write, wire or phone
I. B. RENNYSON, Gen. Mgr.
Hibernia Bank Bldg., New Orleans.
taken advantage &tl in a prodigal
Amonir the east will It, found
Frank Shea, Alic. Southern, Il inda
!lains. ('laudia Roger.. lHelent he
'lentlte. Lillian Miller. Effie IDrake.
P'aul Porter. Williamni Newkirk, Ar
lhur Thalasso. Richard Sinlson and
I., onard DIelmore, while the merry,
merry. inclIdes Iniany of Ilroadway's
'aliouis fashiou plates. Paul Porter.
the clever dancer with the company.
i.9 a native son of New Orleans,
haVillg graduatt d front Mcl)onogh
School No. 14 of this city. lie will
be glad of tlie opportunity to get
home and greet his many friends
"lien Illar." with its wealth of
MiladI:'s G;owns," a big fashion
Iovelty act that stands out as one of
hlie greatest of modern vaudeville
acts, will be the headliner. In this
,roduction Marcus dLIew will Vpro
sent a wizard in the art of fashion
display, displaying, in a new and ifas
•inating way. the wonders of present
day sartorialism. The production
stands out. of course, as a distinctly
reminino creation. Because of the
nagnilicance of the gowns, and the
novel way in which the display is
made, however, there will be enough
to amaze and to startle the masculine
livision of audiences at Loew's C'res
Clarence Wilbur, the happy tramp.
,ill be another attraction on the bill.
le is an entertainer of a rare type,
une of the pioneers of this brand of
fun, with a makeup that stands out
as the only one of its kind. lie has
a voice of exceptional volume and
offers some of the latest song num
The I)unn Sisters, Maude and
"Slivvy." because ot her extreme
thinness, almost abnormally so, have
a funny skit. in which they im
personate "Lady Auburn and Queen
Others will include Lou and Grace
Ilarvey in new songs, dances and
comedy, and Zeno, Jordan and Zeno
in a coemdy acrobatic novelty.
Program for next week, beginning
Maude Lambert and Ernest R. Ball.
the popular composer.
The celebrated prima ballerina as
soluta Albertina Rasch.
George Kelly. in his own one-act
Ben Deely & Co.. in "The New Bell
Ashi and his own company of nov
I has found the same favor with the
publi, at large that has honored alnd!
I protited this stare version of (;Gen
S.tral lew W\allace's religious ro
imance('. It has beten a beacon light
for busi ness in the theater ever
sin 'e it startedl its career, almost
;t score of years ago. This power
of attra ;tiolº to\ward the public was
onver more strikingly shown than
luring the present season, when few
theaters hllere tlhe spoken drama is
;at home have been able to care for
the crowds that have appeared for
I entrah e.
This is happily pleasant to record,
because it proves the public still has
a heart for the worthy things of the
Iludler, Stein & Phillips. in "-Steps
Slecinma & Eddie McLean. in their
own original w\hirlwind dance crea
Orpheumn Travel Weekly. lhors.e
Ibreeding in Perche in the valley of
the Orne. France. A journey through
the narrow passes of the Tarn river.
There can be no peace made In
Waste in the kitchen means a shaot
A pacifist might be described as t
It's a wise Chinaman that knows
who rules his country.
A just and lasting peace will come
!high, but we must have it.
Seeing periscopes has supplanteu
!the summer sea serpent phantasy.
A regiment's war strength is that of
the men who come forward to enlist
If the price of clothes is a bit high,
Try a suit of khaki furnished free by.
Food Is now the principal topic, both
yin Washington and Berlin. But ob,
what a difference!
"Cantaloupes From Patch to Com
,sumer," is the way they used to taste
best in boyhood days.
It takes so many kinds of people te
make a world that any kind of preach
*rVau f el nanzncr ntnn.
S... ROLL OF HONOR.
.Mc1lkumogh No. "4 School
S A-- Scholarship and I)eportmney
- -eo. Itau. Scholarlship: Elmier
5 II -Evans .lMalhoneiy. Iteany Aln
£,ilo, (Gerald Cooper anllLi Jas. Staf
7 A l Milton Acker, Philip Salee
by and IEd \ Williams.
7 It -Don Dufty, Harold Oswahl,
StIophlen ( rolnanii, Jas. P'eeler, John
('wtutt Iitverly Legendre, Ed New
tli and EIugene I.ebotif.
t . I ' elx Borne. ItRoland Ilriel,
lLin lih Lilly anid Mat ('raw ford.
5 - rScholarship: T'hos. Little,.
Alvin i I'l ilai,. John (Curran. l1er
mlan t;eundi,-ch, Royal William..
Ity. IlingOe. Stanford WVillmniore, Jos.
SusLlin. Leei 1Menge Land Albert New
4 A - Scholarship and IDeportment
.lyniel Ari .\ iedo and Jos. Suther
land and (;eo. Zatarain. Scholar
ship: ('ihs. (herret-. Leslio Kirkpat
ri k. Julian Ilumnphrey. Elmo Voegt
lin. (olli Mangiano. D)eportment:
licihard Fernandez. ('has. Terre
hitri,. .\lvin Leathen. Johni Ilunn
and Sidney Andre.
l411 -Scholarship and Deportment
-Fred Kraemer. Jas. Hliggins, Vic
tor ('irltat. Peter I)assinger. Aloy
iiu Serpas. Marjoral .McNeely and
WVilson liarrett. I)eportment: Wal
ter IPerron. John B1unter. Emile Le
Scndre. Jos. Perrin and Walter Weil
d(ienfel. Scholarshipi: ('has. WVeil
: .\ I lmer Davidson and Mau
3 II--Norman Whitney. Faler Ar
mit iage and Thos. Ilenricks.
2 A- Leslie l)Duplan. Morris Bodl
enioer. Vincent Trauth and Russell
2 It- Tracy Lilly, Ferdie Boden
ger. Walter Tolley. Preston I)elca
zal. liennie W\einer, Vallery Jan
Ireau. Karl Hlrodtiman and Harold
IA.\--Scholarship and Deportment
-lloward Evans. Dan Church, Le
roy Cooper. Nougie Richard. Ben
Ericksen and Jas. Ilenricks. Deport
ment: Peter Provenza no, Philip
Tranchina and Arnold Breath.
I II Julius Messner, Elbert Ross.
I('has. Soulant, Floyd Brune. Clayton
Trantii. A!bert Brodtman and Ever
Roll ,of Honor--Best S'ellers.
Following is a list of the best
spellers in MeDonogh No. 4:
SA-Elmer Barichivich; SB. Rea
ny Angelo; 7A. Philip Sale'by; 7B.
Morris Laufer and John ('ieutat;
6A. Arthur Felsher and Frank
O'Donnell; GB. Irvin Treadaway and
Roy Ripp; 5A. Nole Richards, Joe'
Brune. Wm. Weilbacher. Floyd I'm
hach. Fred John. Jos. Calabrise. Wm.
Kassmer and Malcolm Schwarzen-,
bach: 5B. August Brune. Isadore
Davis. Louis Broussard and Jos.
Sutherland; 4A. Hlypolite ,Vezien
and Stanford Wilmo'e; 4B. Freder
ick Kraemer; 3A Elmer Davidson;
3B. Arthur MeuncLh: 2A. Morris Bod
enger: 2B. Ferdie Bodenger and
Bennie Weiner: 1A. Howard Evans.
lB. Julius Messner.
Mc1Donogh No. 4 Boys on Reg
ular 63-in. Basketball Team: Elmer
Barichivich. ]Harry Rau. Joseph Be
van. Behrman French. Bernard.
Grundmeyer and Alfred Peterson.
Regular 59-in. Basketball Team:
Geo. Rau. Robert Talbot. John Rob
erts. Archie Sinclair and Irwin
.AI)OLPH MEYER SC'HOOL ACTIV
The regular monthly meeting of
the ('o-operative ('lub was held on
Wednesday. Nov. 7. 1917, at 3:15
There was an unusually large at
tendance. Many topics of vital im
portance to the school were dis
cussed and plans for bettering the
conditions within the school were
laid. The work for the ensuing year
was thoroughly defined and all pres
ent offered to co-operate with both
principal and teacher in every way
The banner for the best attend
ance during the past week was
awarded to the Fourth Grade, while
a like honor fell to the Fifth Grade
for having the greatest number of
perfect spelling papers.
Those who handed in perfect pa
pers are as follows:
Fifth A-Inez Bourgeois. Lucille
Le Court. Julius Gillich, Grace Ca
zaubon. Lavada Walker, Stello Cro
Fifth B-Irma Arsago, Ethel Rice.
Fourth A-Vera Lusk. Thelma
Wille. Lilllian Baudean.
Fourth B - Marion Edgecomb,
Charles Houston, Eliska Sullivan,
Third A-Eva Alonzo, Mathew
Third B-Lucille Bahman, Thel
ma Rice, Jennie Elise Scott.
Second A-Edna Dill.
Second B-Irmadene Simon.
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Thk Dryle Car o er deer
I('ontinuied from page 1)
Kings I anglhters, at tho Seamene
l ethel la.-t Saturdlay night for th
sailors. She al.so assisted ill servini;
A. lass in Spanish was organizer
at EIveing School No. 5., corner HIer
n d:t an d .Alix .treets .11onda:
n'ight. There aere t wenty mellnber
prlt<i.nt alld nmore are expected tl
0,in lays r. Miis. liaros e. fornmerly
of I lon ulllrai , is inltril .tor.
Miss Mvyra l'lly enitrt:ained a
suppl'r T'ueilay night at the liorie o
IMr. and lri . . t.ore Suth erland ii
'aifi," AVI n E, in honor ot Mr. ian
Mrs. 'rank (Irliit.
.:.. Fred \Wi.ik anil haby -penri
the w\eeok- n rd \ witlh Mrs. It. I ; I:iker
\1ri.s .Xlrta lakr sent Thursda}
in Ilretna, i t,I glil ,t of Mr. and Mrs
IMr . It .1, Allen s.;, nt S. iniay a.
Itl. ';St. Louis at . llenI Villa.
lThe lmanyl fri,.nds iof Miss Mau.
.\ll.in a ill regret to learn that she
f, I hi'i . i (Oini Z dol, the stairs ai
I hli.vill Schlol Monday and s'
ere ly sprained her arm. l'r. A. C
King ai ttendeld hetr.
Mlrs. M. '\Vlill' r and datci.hter, Mirs
Ilarry T'olltpso i of ay St. laoluis
. r'e .ll.sts (i i rs i . I'. Salathe ot.
All Saints,' Ilay. They returned th(
sa e lile Vl lting
Mr.si losS i o Snhou . spenit a fexw
day vs at Pearl Rtiv, r. Miss. On hel
ret urn she a as a, onieaieid by hel
tao little sots. who had been visit
in-, there for son11. tinme.
Miss Florente Itorgis was thie
hoste.ss at a I lalloa% 'enl daBi. e las
It a ill he with regn "t that hir
frinds ilearn that Mr. TiO har, Aller
sprainlied is arim while at work in
uis. Alhie linras and little Fre ddie
.Johnson spent Sunday on the Lower
A regular meeting of the Mar.a
bees will te ie Id Saturday niiht a,
i'ythian Hall. All members are re
qiluested to tb, present.
Mrs. Conrad Kraft celebrated the
ning ty-first anniversary of her birtl
Tu sday night at the home of her
daughiter. Mrs. Id. T. Malone. Thos(
present were Mr. and Mrs. II. T
Malone and family. Mr. and Mrs. F
(;oehel and f:lmily. I r. C'. V. Kraft
and family. Mrs. C. Kraft, Miss Mary
Kraft. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. D)ickey
and son. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ilurke. and
Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Tansey and
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