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ý At The Playhouses
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H. N. G. C.
Last Friday night. Baby Marie
Osborne :n "Tae Little Pa:riot." t
pleased the patrons of this popular a
theatre to such a degree .that they 1
asked that it be repeated this Fri- T
day night so the remainder of their
families and friends could see this ii
Child Wonder in her best screen a
production. We have decided to o
play it again, so don't forget to tell r
your friends. In addition to this •
great picture, there will be shownP
"In the Wake of the Huns." This r
is the picture which herd New Or-i
leans Picture fans spellound for
two consecutive weeks at the Strand.
The management worked hard to
get this picture.
Harold Lockwood s "The Square t
Motion picture "fans" will find a,t
number of their favorites in Harold r
Lockwood's new Metro wonderplay,
"The Square Deceiver. Lockwood., t
of course. heads the cast in the part c
of Billy Van Dyke. As everyone a
knows, be is one of the screen's most I
popular stars and is recognized as
everybody's favorite. In the lead- a
ing feminine role-that of Beatrice a
Forsythe, the "wonder girl"-ap-g
pears Pauline Curley. a dainty, gol- c
den-haired beauty who is rapidly r
winning a ame. for herelL a
Also Happy Hooligan in Hearts and
Horses. and an educational picture.
'The Horse in Action." There Is
no need of telling you about Harold t
Lloyd--you know how he can make t
trouble and care fly. He will play i
GEMIRTRUDI BARNS HEADIIn
AT THN PALACE.
Gertrude Barnes, one of vade
vtue and musical comedy's favorite t
stars, comes to the Palace Thurs- a
day as headline feature for the last
'our days of the week. conduding
with Sunday night performance.
Miss Barnes will be heard in a rep
ertoire of exclusive songs. especially
written for her by Blanche Merrill,
and with which she is expected to
erdate a pronounced hit. In addi
tion to her remarkable singing
voice, Miss Barnes possesses beauty. i
and wears some really stunning
gowns. Wherever she has appeared
she has been a genuine sensation.
sad her Palace engagement promises I
to be a most auspidcus one. A
enuaine novelty signing offering will
that of the Worth-Wayten Four.
roists par excellence. Jack
a and Elinore White are a' pair
of clas entertainers who offer a
skit which they call "Just Class."
Ceeslia Rhoda and George Cramp
ton knoew as two stars of opera.
will prsest a novel song fantasy
aled "Aspiration." and Richard
.WaR, sggler and mullardist will
uesent a noeel turn.
The feature photoplay for the
Must four days of the weak will be
Am Murdeck in "The Richest GirL"
The Fales for the first half of
nait week. beginning Monday. of
ane sa Abiutar programme of vas
dervle. Headlinitng the bill will be
JCi le and Mrtnie Allen. two of
the cleverest girls in vaudeville.
hey will offer a song and gown
revue which should be of unusual
north. The remainder of the pro
gramme will consist of Hal Stephens
to character Imperseesatios; Sssy
Lilisn Goamo nad Bert Albet O"o
way to School;" Gareletti brthers.
European novelty hat throwers, and
Merle's Cockatoos, a de lure bird
ster Xavier gratefully seaew
ldges returas ke rk ts tem: Mr.
Audry. Jaudg rras, Mrs. brow,.
sm. Cegura. Mrs. J. Crowlr. Ma.
C. lath r. M. Foste. Ure . O
rs.e Mrs . Or ets Mn. Olar
sgts, Mrs L Germa. Mrsn. LaMt.
Era. Lightell. Judge Maheae. Mrs
Marctis. MIra Meorud. Mm. M.
Itemeas M. VTersmll, Mrs TIU
The regular monthly meeting of
the Adolph Mey-r Co-operative Club
was held on Wednesday. April
li.I. at 3:15 p. m.. with Mrs. J.W.
The club was especially fortunate
in having as their ruest for the
afternoon .Mrs. L Skinner president
of the Esplanade High School Pa
rents" Club. After being introduced,
Mfrs. Skinner was invited by the
president to a seat of honor at her
When the regular routine of busi
ness had been disposed of. Mrs Skin
ner was invited to address the club.
She gave a very lengthy instructive
talk and earnestly besought the pa
rents to co-operate with the teach
ers. who were striving so hard to fit
their children for future life. She
congratulated the club on being so
fortunate as to have been organized
by the principal. She said that in
the history of Cooperative or Pa
rents' Clubs. only one other school
had the distinction of being led by
the principal of the school. She also
congratulated them on having such
a large membership, such well
Attended meetings and for having
been so fortunate as to have been
able to raise the grading of the
school. She also told of the great
kmount of good done by different
clubs and of the great assistance
rendered parents in supplying shoes
and other necessities, so as to en-:
able children . to attend school regu
i After pledging her assistance to
i the club, she invited the president
I to become a member of the Presi
r dents' Cooperative Club.
At the close, a rising vote of
thanks was given Mrs. Skinner for
her very beneficial talk. Dainty re
freshments were served and a very
plensant two and one-half hours were
brought to a close, but not before a
very urgent invitation had been ex
tended to Mrs. Skinner to be "our
guest" again in the very near future.
McDONOGH NO. 5.
An entertainment will be gives
on May 3 at the Folly Theater, un
der the auspices of McDonogh No. 5
Co-operative Club. The affair prom
iases to be equally as charming as
'The Dolls Wedding" of last year.
That there will be a large crowd
present is assured, as ~ know that
a most entertaining program will bel
South's Oldest Bank Joins Federal Reserve System of United St
IT IS with the utmost pleasure that we announce our membership in the Federal R
Statement of Condition tem of the United States. The Citizens' Bank and Trust Company, established i
the South's Oldest Bank, and its endonrsement of the Federal Reserve System is ie
At the Close of Business the sentiment of the Southland concerning this truly great system.
The decision to join was made after mature deliberation. Another milestone of
April 6, 1918 has been added to our 85 years of banking operations in the City of New Orleans.
Our membership in the Federal Reserve System will, of course result in many
Resources and enlarged powers, girinr us even rater safety should there come a time when
troubles might arise. It means that tremendous resources of the United States
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We hope the wives do better with
the food pledge than some of their
husbands do with the drink pledgeb
"Experts" are certain that the U.
boat menace has been overcome, bat
Tom Edison just keeps on keepin' on.
Many a girl with a freckled face has
a clear conscience. And that is some
thing that seldom gets into the papers.
The only chance for the "ultimate
consumer" is to figure successfully as
a producer in some branch of industry.
Patience is a great virtue, but pa
tience with enemy spies and enemy
plotters is neither virtuous nor patrlt
One good thing about war is that ri
ral ball clubs can trade a star pitcher
without shaking the government to its
When the public shows signs of
weariness with all other alibis the ex
pert camoufleurs fall back on the car
The man who keeps saying that the
rar isn't going to last long as an ex
cuse for doing nothing is helping to
The most cheering thing about the
news that is coming out of Rusia now
adays is that the chances are that most
of it isn't so.
The Cologne Gazette has disposed a
all the American troops, airplanes,
ships or supplies to be sent to Europe.
Some fghter !
The girl patriot who does't get bher
sweater finished before July may And
her output listed among the noneseoa
An El Paso expert says pumpkin is
just as good as quash. But what;
we'd like to know Is what is squad
just as good as?
Guinea pigs will rather die than eat
onions, says a sdentist. We knew+
there must be some good point about
even a guinea pig.
The much-diseusmed Catalen all
plane has six carbureters. That set
ties it. We stick to our one little auto
carbureter that-won't work.
Lacking the chleken Saver, the ema
merdal "chicken eoquette" of meat
les days ought to wear a feather
ts ap to add to the millu o.
Perhaps. however, there is somebody,
or something. that does not need mn
ey, but is too modest to become noted
ous by aking the fact known.
A Rumssan o~eer sys Petrog d is
Sn no danger. No matter what hap
pens In Rusa there's always some
ea- to fee camfrtable over it
There's one thlng about this war
no one who has been to France and
seen the effects of t comes back want
tng to make peace on the kaiser's
Somebody has Invested a couch that
is designed to eable a man to add
to his height Old stat Proerust
had a bed that would either lengthen
Jr Aetatits ual i
A slight blaze occurred yesterday
morning about ten o'clock. Fire
caused by a defective stove pipe
started in the double cottage, 1117
Verret St.. but was extinguished be
fore much damage was done.
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Pictures begin I P. M. 3 Vandev i:e Shows DOa". 3 M 4 S . l
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NIGHTS 10 15,
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A.TTRACTION. FOTOS FOLLY THEATRE
Week Eading Saturday, April 2t.
UN.D.Y. April 14-"Spirit of 17." Jack
Pikford. 5 parts. "uut West," Ar
,uJkle Comedy. 2 parts.
MO(NDAY. April 15th--"My Wife," Ann
Murdock. 5 parts. And others.
TUESDAY. April 1ath--"An Heiress for
a Day." Olire Thomas. 5 parts. "A
I'is~ord in A Flat." 1 part. "Burton
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