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Berlin & St. Chas. Phone Upt. 184 Open from 7 till 9 daily and Sun day. Expert auto and bicycle re parrng. 15 minute guaranteed vulcanizing. Auto accessories, tires and bicycle supplies, gasoline and sils. Poid parts. All work done by expert mechanics. Foto's .Folly Theatre Week ladeas Saturday, oev. 23rd. SUNDAY, Nov. 17th.-"A DoHI's House," El sie Ferguson. "The Shadows of Her Pests," Fox Film Comedy. "Fotos Screen Telegram." MONDAY. *Nov. 18th.-"Her Husband's Hon or," Stewart Holmes and Edna Good rich. "Ist Episode of Ilands Up." Ruth Roland. "Universal Screen Magazine." TUESDAY. Nov. 19th.-"At the Mercy of Men," Alice Brady. "Official War Weekly." "Big V .Comedy." TUTLANE 'I'HEATRE. One of the most musical and spectacular of the musical shows which have capltvwted New York last season will make its debut on the stage of the Tulane Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 17, when John Cort brings here his sensationally effee SHOW GIRLS IN "PFLOFPLO"--TULANE, BUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, tire "war4ride" production of 'Tlo Plo." 'To-P'lo" has all of the graces of the musical comedy of the past and any number of new ones which are essentially her own, including a chorus of matchless beauty and grace, a scenic blackround which has sever been equalled in lovell nes and a cast which was note. /L "--.-"-- ·nn-~~ SMadc be mst, aII It s ' 1u. aits q w Iems m.w, o m h ua s -Ir rteas = eO nees le s Whiat ha b. e t the elAble "mhet T UL ,I'TA NiTwIK vi v7 E ki --Wm. wl) o . "FLO-FLO" .m . . . . . M t W , m5 , M » Superior Vaud@ville -wrr -i 'S U =~. c· 'S UICE SERVICE General blackasmithing. rse. pires, spring work and ,ubber teimEs 'PiWA ER L PILI.I Successor to ablet Pill 771318-r GIred St mait M44 SEPAIRS OF ALL KINDS Bicycle Clocks and Watches, Um brella, Guns, Locks and Keys. Made to order. Tune Pianoe. Or gans, Printing and Signs. Painting. ALGIERS PRINTING HOUSE. 813 Tech. Street P NAPOLITANO BROS. Merchaat Tailors CLEANING. PRESSING, LADIES AND GENTS' REPAIRING . -Mal 533 234 ROYAL STREET THE NEW EDISON FILLS THAT VACANCY IN THE HOME We have one to mait yoa. Tenrms if ye. wishd. DIAMOND DISC SHOP 151 BARONNE Mais 3544 I'II(ONE MAIN 2219 Firestone Tires and Tubes ULCANIZING R. J. MURPHY Vulcaiziag SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Firestone Accessories 724 JULIA STREET -, HITE The Hatter Velour. Felt and Panama Hats, Cleaed, Dyed and Reshaped 119 University Place. Sate 41/3 WEDNESDAY. Nov. 2th.--"Paul English Players." "Selected Pictures." THURSDAY, Nov. 21st.-"Great Love." Special Griffith Production. "Strand Comedy." "Fotos Screen Telegram." I FRIDAY, Nov. 22nd.-"Great Love." Special Griffith Production. "House of Hate, No. 6," Pearl White. "Mutt and Jeff Car toon Comedy." SATURDAY. Nov. 23rd.-"The Forbidden Path," Theda Bara. "Chester Outing Travel Picture." "Comedy." worthy even in New York, where "Flo-Flo" was running at the Cort Theatre. The chorus, incidentally. numbers nothing but "perfect thirty sixes" and has that rare modicum a sense of humor exhibited at each performance in a series of eccentric dances. Also, Flo-Flo, the charming corset model, gives occasion for a spectacu lar Fashion array. Mr. Cort select ed for his cast Jack Norton, Cordelia Haager, Joseph Mlvey, Martha Law rence, Thomas Gordon, Maude No lan, Len Leonard Betty Booth, ranels & Ross, OGus Vaulhan, and the Perfect Thirty-Six Chorus, be sides an augmented orchestra under the direction of Vernon Bestor. Oar poegldu g1y I that a ai Ibht to be aIws to grew ths ei at whighens Met leot Ee mo esm21 thts am. be IN N )] G a 2 I weabt s bse s a t mkas. a kIney gisty ses to ty t e MNrt so t a winsr. Of smss we hove her trolah, bk we a't he to us ear hair ern Tw me bu4 wuMe we pit e-r sat ea wh ts eaer L Mews tai.- -ý .ArI..'-r H. N. G. C. FRIDAY. On Saturday 16th, the H. N. G. C. will again open Its doors to the pub lic with a big special production "Three Mounted Men." starring dar ing. reckless, fearless Harry Carey. Idol of photoplay fans. "Tiree Mounted Men" has all the steed. ac tion and dash expected of this star. The story? Too good to tell. but you'll be thrilled and entertained to the limit. Blank Mann is a'so on the program in "lls Ticklish Job." SUNDAY. There are plenty of quicksands in society to trap the feet of the un wary, and the wise will keep a sharp lookout for them. Warren Dexter (Francis X. Bushman) realizes the fact perfectly, and decides to be on his guard. Was he successful? "Social Quicksands." starring Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne will be at the .. N. G. C. Sunday. also Tom Mix in "Six Cylinder Love" and Current Events. ORPHEUM. When the Orpheus opens for the second time this season on Satur day, the 16th inst.. it will have as the headline attraction Mr. Derwent Hall Caine, son of the well known author Sir Hall Caine. author of "The Christian" and "The Woman Thou Gavest Met" and many other well known books. lie has provided his talented son with a one-act playlet called "The Iron Hand," which has to do with the Kaiser's speech to the Potsdam Recruits. The scene is laid in 'a Belgium Cha teau and shows the invasion of same by the Huns. Mr. Dorwent Hall Caine rose to fame in the principal role in his father's play called "Pete." which was the vehicle which brought him to the United States. Milt Collins will be welcomed as the "Patriot." He has appeared in caricature of many well known per sons, his mimicries -being so true to life and so amusing as to make it. unnecessary to name the characters he portrays. In "The. Patriot." he however. brings home the truth of the old adage that "Many a true word is said' in jest." The musical part of the bill will be in the hands of Libonati a rag time xylophonist and Irene & Bob bie Smith. Libonati is a very ver satile performer, his numbers rang ing from the most syncopated rag time tunes to the heavier classic se lections. Irene & Bobble Smith are not a boy and girl team, as their names suggest, but a couple of dainty misses, whose act consists of some very tuneful songs which they man age to get over to the best advan tage. Los Espanozos is a dancer who presents a rather unusual group of dances in "La Tam-ba." "Di Danza Cubanolo." "Valse Espagnole," and the "Bull Fight Whirl." Taisel & Yoshi are Japanese Nov elty Equillbrists. while Drew & Wal lace will be seen in Vaudeville De Luxe. The Orpheum Travel Weekly will be augmented by the Official Weekly Allied War Review, showing the ac tivities of the American Forces in France. Mr. Emile Tosso, in charge of the Orpheum Orchestra, has been preparing for a specialty attractive musical program. A ly swatted n tmoe saves quite a ow later. Thousands of Americans are gonga to Europe this summer. Every little helps. Buy as man Thrift stamps as you can. Saw "Ghosts,' Quit Work. Terre Haute, Ind.-An entire dayW produetion of coal was lost at Jacksom ill mine No. 4, near Shelburn, the other day because two workmen on the previous afternoon thought they saw Ibrots in the mle. The e had bes aworkinalg loe la one of the shafbts when suddenly, according to their story, they saw a shadow in o et the shafts. Later they heard some one shout. The men ran out and paned the word to the other miners. The minmers refused to go to work. O, DORSEY I111 TE1E ST. LSIRS, L. 81ik Shirts, Choeey Cravats, iPhoenix Hosiery, Underwear, Paamuas at Moderato Prices. MINSS PUxIweS AIAL RT DE UN, Mr., 21l S*It:tes L It. Shells IIA at 0000o O.. ad.s.wmae. , @0000o gKeep the e eth CImi haMmwe Al Tm ALL D*UWI gr SL aselr lr t*, QO~__ "How Glad I Am" ¶ Last Monday the people of New Orleans indulged in the greatest celebration ever pulled off in this city, because the warring nations had signed an armistice which should bring peace to the world and per mit our American boys to return home. T We kicked up a racket. Some laughed and some cried for joy. Some got "soused" as many as three times in the course of the day. Everybody seemed happy as happy could be, and gave vent to his joy in his own particular way and according to his individual temperament. " Everybody felt that in one way or another he had helped "lick the Kaiser," and, as "licking the Kaiser" means whipping the Devil, therefore a "celebration" was strict ly in order. We had it! ýj But now that it is over, with everyone 1 strictly sober, and the popvalves are down because excessive steam has been worked off, and the world seems pretty much the same as before,-really, How glad are you? SWith scientific instruments everything can - Sbe measured, but "How glad are you" can be measured without instruments! It will be measured by deeds rather than noise. It will be measured by your victory offer ing. It will be measured by what you give to the UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN TM. S*are CagagAiA d T. M. & R. WARRINER, Jnc.