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Dr Oliver. Pi:hone 23.
Mrs. J. B. Clark and little son J.
S. Jr. left Wednesday for a visit
with her daughter Mrs. J. I Hale in
Jackson. They will retnrn in about
two weeks and Mrs- Hale will ac
company them home.
FIRST OFT I[E [ EUM
The Ohl Home Singers at
the Y. M. C. A. With
The Old Home Singers, who are 'to
fill a big Lyceum season this year, make
a specialty In their programs of carry.
ing their audiences back to childhood
scenes and recollections.
Of the five young artists who com.
priso this company each is a soloist of
pleasing quality, capable of singing the
heart songs. They form a mixed quar.
tet, capable of superb ensemble work,
as is evidenced by their artistic ren.
dering of the quartet from "RIigoletto."
That they meet the requirements of
the program perfectly is shown in the
many reports already received from
At the opening of the program the
five young people have just returned
from a musical whero a song composed
by one.of the young men has proved
to be the hit of the season.
Following the congratulations, a dis
cussion starts regarding the music of
I today. I'. way of illustration they shig
selections from grand opera, oratorio
music, sentimental ballads, ragtime,
topical songs, novelty songs-the dif
ferent types which are now sung.
These young artists then agree that
the most beautiful and best loved of
all are the heart songs, which are en
deared to us through past association.
They plan an evening of the old songs.
The men appear in the costume of
1870 and in a very mirth provoking
fashion are trying to accustom them
selves to the clothes of their grandfa
thers. The girls have been rummaging
Sin the attic and enter beautiful in the
quaint dresses of that time, "with six
ty yards of lace on the ruffles," as
graplnjtlte gad said.
UrEAT MUSIC RIOHT AT
TULANE ALL THIS WEEK
That syncopated musical show.
"Watch Your Step," which was first
made known at the New Amster
dam theater, New York, and then
in London is dispens glories at the
Tulane theater this week.
By sheer force of speed, levity
and generally happy-go-lucky at
mosphere this big syncopated
musical treat, provides the sport
of entertainment which every
musical loving community likes.
Built somewhat on the lines of
Ziegfeld Follies," without any palp
able imitation thereof, "Watch Your
Step" just rags and turkey trots
fromi one frivolity to another. Al
ways made enjoyable by musicial
numbers that have melody and
merit, and by a cast of principals
that could push a far less deserving
piece to success.
Charles Dillingham produced
"Watch Your Step" and in the
manager's record of success it stands
well up toward the front. The lumi
naries are supported by seventy-five
people. Irving Berlin, whose songs
are being sung from one end of the
country to the other, wrote the
music and lyrics, and the score con
tains a dozen "hits" of typical Ber
lin quality. Harry B. Smith furnished
the book and Helen Dryden is
responsible for the costumes as well
as the settings.
Miss Lucy Wadsworth spent
Saturday in New Orleans.
Mrs. C. A. Bailey, of Varnado, is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Jenie Burris spent the week
end at Varnado.
Master Carver Byrd, who has been
seriously ill is very much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Talley were
visitors to Picayune Saturday.
Mrs. M. A. Bailey was a Bogalusa
Mesdames B. Pounds and C. A.
Mathews visited in Bogalusa Thurs
Mrs. W. P. Guirdv, of Eunice,
spent several days here last week
with Mrs. A. Jenkins.
Mrs. J. I. Waller and baby visited
at Covington, Mandeville and
Robert several days last week.
Mr. C. E. Doughdril'. of Ruth,
Miss., visited his brother here last
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ANNA PAVLOWA TO PPEAR
AT MAGIC CITY TONIGlHT
One of the greatest events in the
history of the motion picture art will
take place at Magic City Theatre
on Oct- 19th. when Russia's dancer,
Anna Pavlowa. will appear on the
screen in a massive spectacle entitl
ed "The Dumb Girl of Portici."
Although the stage stars are
capitulating to the motion picture
screen almost daily, one may not
name one celebrity who has so far
been enticed from the speaking stage
who is in a class with Anna
Pavlowa. None of the famous sing
ers, such as Geraldine Farrar, can
bring to the screen all of their gifts,
such as gave them fame. The voice of
the diva cannot be heard in a motion
picture theater. but in "the case of
Anna Pavlowa, she will not only
bring all of her consummate artis
try to the screen, but she may be
expected to reveal herself as the
greatest living dancer, as the great
est livin, exponent of pantomime,
and as the greatest actress as well.
Those who have idolized Pavlowa,
at the Metroplitan Opera House
and who paid $..00 a seat for the
priviledge will see a far greater
Pavlowa when they v.itness her
triumph in the screen spectacle
based on Auber's "Masaniello."
Matinee 3 P, M. Evening 6.30
Magic City Program
All shows now start at 7:30 p m.
TONIGHT, THURSDAY, OCT. 19th.
Anna Pavlowa. the great Russian
dancer in "The Dumb Girl of Portici"
8 marvelous reels 25 cents. Matinee
at 3 p. m. Evening 6:30.
Friday Dorothy Davenport in
"A Yoke of Gold" 5 reel Red Feath
er 5 and 10 cents.
Saturday 2 reel spectacular
Indian drama, Edith Story in "Susie
The Sleuth" also the Fatal Beau."
Sunday "The Caravan" 2 ree
special featuring the wonderful child
dancer Leona Basketto also a 2 reel
L K 0 comedy scream "Unhand
Me Villian" featuring Alice Howell.
Monday Carter DeHaven in
"'From the Rogues Gallery" 2 reel
comedy. "The Lucky Gold Piece"
also "The Head of the Family."
Tuesday "'The Secret of the
Submarine" No. 2 and a good
Wednesday "The Sheilding
Shadow" 1st episode of the great
Patbe serial. A pathe news and a
good comedy 5 and 10 cents.
Thursday "The Call of The Past'
featuring Agnes Jernon.
Coming Oct. 28th Charlie Chaplin
in "One A. M." Admission 10 and
Miss Verna Ratcliff who has re
cently undergone an operation in
the Bogalusa Hospital for appen
dicitis is getting along splendidly,
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
"We Never Close"
In order that we may be able to give perfect service to the
automobile owners in Bogalusa and vicinity we announce that
OUR GARAGE WILL REMAIN
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
This is one of the few garages in the State that has adopted
such a plan, but we feel that this service will be appreciated.
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No matter the make of your car or the trouble you are having
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ORPHEUiM OFFERS ONE OF
BEST SHOWS OF SEASON
The Orpheum has stars from the
musical comedy and minrstrel fields
for their headliners this week, in
Bonita and Lew Hearn and Eddie
Leonard, While Bonita is noted for
her beauty, she is as talented as she
is beautiful and Lew Hearn is one
of the most effective, eccentric
comedians the stage knows. Their
present act is a combination of
songs and dialogue.
Eddie Leonard. The Minstrel Man,
Vinie Daly, singer, who but recently
returns to vaudeville with a minia
ture minstrel show in which the
best of everything is introduced.
He sings several songs written by
himself and delivered in his own
whimsical way, and dances.
Another young artist on the bill
is Vinie Daly, singer, who but recent
Iv returned from Europe. Florenz
Ames and Adelaide Winthrop have
hit upon a really new idea in their
episode "Caught in a Jamb." Mabel
Russell, who used to appear with
Eddie Leonard when they were
known as Leonard and Russell, now
brings her own little company of
singers, dancers and musicians.
Bert Melrose, the International
clown, is best known for the thrill
ing falls he takes. The Gladiators
take the Audience back to ie days
. when the Roman athletes perform
I. The Orpheum Travel Weekly
v promises thrills in its pictures of
a the climbing of the Alps.