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WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB
" T'HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. YEAR
E T O U R P R IC E S W.. . R E C E I VE. T
..-..Y AR--. ....."... ..
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISII AND TOWN 01 LAFAYETTE.
VOLUME X). LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JITNE 20, 1903
...An "I)........n ... , NU M BER 17.
An A If U ..... S.NA.T<flt TI ,L3IN I. .A.L.M.EIS. "IN- -~,.I, . ..
An Attractive Office
is well within the bounds of1
business economy by the expen
diture of a small amount of
money for a good roll top Desk. I
a few nice chairs, and for the l
floor-Crex Fibre Carpet, Mat- t
ting or Linoleum. We have all
this here. Give us a call, or a a
postal card will bring our rep- 1
PELLERIN & D*:CLOUET, t
House Furnishers. i
From Far Japan. ti
Come hence some of the pret- 1e
tiest daintiest, (luaintest pat- hS
terns in Mattings the most in- no
pressionable Mrs. Youngwife of
desire --and we have some of the
most desirable designs now in "f
stock. May we show you them, inl
PELLElRIN & DeCLOCET,
house Furnishers. tall
Sharritf's Stile bus
Rosemond LteBlanc. vs. Louis il t
ILoudreaux et als., Minors - and
Eighteenth Judicial Dis- boti
trict ('ourt oif Louis-. IlU:
itn:t, No. 4:31;1, fier
Lafipyettt . l*'tu
Ify virtue of a writ of sei-tre andi sale rt'F
front the honorable the IEighteenth Judicial (J
I)istrict Court of Louisiana, in and for the ueI
parish of Lafayette, I.a., in the above en sOill
titled :Iand ntumbtered case, ldated M1.v 6,
19'"3, 1. . A lBrous.sarI, sheriff of I.afaette
parish. L.a , will sell at publlic auction t, the iste
last and hghmest biidhlr, for cash. at the C'it
front dIOr oif th-e court-thouse of this parish,
between' legal sale hours, on lnatic
Siattuardat, Jul3 I I, 1),
the foll)wing ldescribel property, to-wit: N
T'hat portiontt of the tract of lan.l le- at I
scribedl in the tml,tgage annexedl to ipetition IIe
and mnade a part hereof situated in the par
ish of Lafayette, Louisiana, having a front
of two arpents front the southwest corner rf lil' t
said mltortgaged property along the s, t thern
line thereof, thence running nortlh bet-ween
parallel linles along the western line of said (Ca,,
naortgtgel property the wlhole depth of every
said westernt line, i distauce texlusive of t
the lantI of o ,seia,,oa I.elllaac about nmi l- ext
way betweeni said niorthern an I southern cater,
itnrs of thirteen and one half arpents, malking tin, si
an, area if twently-sevenl arpents. seeed
I. A. IfIrs.u : -, ret edi,
Sheriff or Lafayette Parish. to try
To thie T x-it.v.rs icul
(it tlhe p:uristl iof ICatytty cte. lake nti, that tie Iile
listillg ., the property lhas lieen, iolnplet d . tlltI tlhe
estimated salt-atii talll dtle.there, n i,y A. I. .lMartinIt'tB_
tile said assessor, In atccarlan:e ritih lIa. a;,d th: a Its 9
the said list shall lie expised in the offiCe at the t aid
assessor for inspection .*andl i.,rretion for a term of
twenty (2o) cla.s |)egtItiii lext allter the I .t ll (to) If
days leqelured f)r nll(olCe IlcrCil pltllided l i.hall h e.v
Ae.sor*sboffice. I.nfayef; tte, 1.a . Jne ta I,.
A. M. Mls r"s.. A .sor. rk
Ialayette. Lt...June 3. t9qn -At a regalar mneeilg
on the ltiiraed 1at ItIretors at the Itank ot Lafayette.
held this lay at their iflice, a senli-aitnital didide
of 4 per cent was declaredl payable fiuly t, and two
thoiintad dolltars added to stnrplats.
I. . AVIIslltN,s Cashier.
5-alayette. l.a.. Junite 3. t9iV Pitblict notice 5
hereby gives th:at the rettllar'nntti1iat tincttillg e
stockholders if the Iliank ,t LaNayetie. l.a.. will be
held at their office on Tuesday. July 7. 4903. ietwcsee
fhe ho uls of 9 9. m. qud 4 p. m. for the ptlrotiicie ot
electina nine tlirectrs for the tnating year and for
J..j. i)AVISOS. Cashier
laaik l)hvidload Notice..
At a regltr meetinga f the ltoarl of D)irectrs of
the arist National Lank of Lafayette hael the and
instant, a sehh i-santial dividead a ten dnllears a share
was declared, piayaileJuly t. to3.
A registered Jersey hull will serve tile se-se on
my ptace near town. Fee. $3oe. J. I). Motltr.
Coe.sta bhl Sale.
By virtue of the authority vesletlin nie
by the parish stock law, I have taken pos
sesion of and will sell fur cash to the last
and highest bidder at my tesidence in the
second ward of Lafayette parish, between
legal sale hours, on
SATI'URDAV, JUNE 2o, t933,
tle ftllolwing described property to wit:
One dun mare and colt, brandl unknown.
One roan mare branded AD-.
ECK IAUGHI.IN, Constable 2t1 wrd.
Wantedl-Everybody to know
that we carry the best 1,efrige-r
ators, Freezers, and Blue Flame
Oil Stove on earth. Pellerin &
Leetuares Befere tie Clai utniquaea
at New IIHrerlai.
Several residents of Lafayette
went to New Iberia last Monday
to hear Sanator Tillman's lecture.
E The South Carolinian is one of
S the most unique characters in
the United States. That he is a
man of brains and force is shown
by his continued leadership of
South Carolina politics. While
mi the extent of his influence in the '
s of United States Senate is problem- t
pen- atical, he is a factor there. He E
of would be a factor anywhere.t
esk, His talk at New Iberia-he says
the he does not lecture but simply '
all talks-was, in many respects, a
ºra an extraordinary deliverance. n
rep- Tillman is like no one else. He e
is well named "Pitchfork." Fi- T
r, guratively speaking he uses that
ers. instrument with rigid impar
tiality in his discussions of men
and measures. He is blunt, pen
etrating, herhaps coarse, and to
extremely chaste years he may
be a little bit vulgar. His voice
rings with sincerity, his ges
tures are strenuous, his opinions
clean-cut. Whatever he may be, .o
he is no hypocrite. He spoke on
the race question at New Iberia.
His views on the negro coincide I
with those of a great majority of ..s
Southern people who have not
studied the question in the Rei
'books and who are guided by
et- practical experience rather than
it- by tine-spun theories. He does
In- not agree with leading educators cra
fe of the South who see a solution
in of the problem in Booker Wash- r
nye ington's plan of industrial educa- to
tion. He believes that political by
F and social equality is the goal of ser
1 Washington and his crowd. He dat
tells the North to "keep its long sch
Yankee nose out of the South's
business." He would maintain T
the supremacy of the white race ref!
s in the South by law or by force, n1101
and believes the South should be mat
bold and defiant. If the South life.
must choose between a curtail
ment of its representation and a! TI
return to negro suffrage, hel will
would welcome the former as a goo,
lesser evil. Tillman is not a yetti
great orator, though he is elo- day.
C (quent at times. But there is play
something in his manner of ingte
speaking which convinces the
listener that there is force, sin- Yc
cerity, character and detertni- wate
nation behind it. I very
. . ...... .. F ilte
New and second hand wheels itl
at Bonnet's, the bicycle doctor. it.
He can cure your bicycle of the iner
worst case of any disease pecu- filter
liar to it. Phone 124-2.
Worst o1 .All I slrienaces, Ne
Can anything bIe worse than to feel that g us
every miinute will be your last? Such was rous
the experience of .Mrs. S. 11. New+i n, I)e- WVe a.
catur, Ala. "o'lor three years" shle writes,
"I e lndured ins.iuferalble Ipain fr.,,n ioliges- reces
tion, stomtach and io-,wel trouble. I)eath M r.
seemed inevitable when doctors and all
reinedies failed. At length I was induced prove
to try Electric IHitters and the result was is bel
.liiriacuIlos. I improved at once and now
I'm completlcely recovered." For Liver, turn
Kidney, Stomach and lowel troubles Elec
tric hitters is the only medicine. Only 5oc. rThe
It's guaranteed by all druggists. Lacle,
if you want something right tion.
up-to-date in photography, try sampl
Where Will . -
You Take It .
AF7TER having consulted . Is in charge of an experienced
TER having consulted graduate, and we exercise the
phyician, the qstiogreatest care in dispensing.
your physician, the question We fill prescriptions conscien
tiously, in justice to both the
arises )hysician and his patient.
Where Shall I Take AAYRu LA
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K FAIMEIRt' INSTITUTE
1uqualn (Clart-laaollm, Lalayette, Wetd
nuesday, .TunJ e 24.
yette Messrs. L. Hirsch, F. G. Mou
,nday ton, John Whittington and M.
ture. Billeaud, who were appointed
e of on a committee to make the ne
s in cessary arrangements for the º
in a farmers' institute next Wednes
town day, have everything in readi- I
p ofness for that occasion. Lunches I
chile and refreshments will be pro
the vided for the people who will at
lem- tend. Judge Hirsch, who is an
He expert in matters pertaining to t
sere. the wants of the inner man, has I
says been particularly active in look- f;
iply ing after things to eat and drink, a
!cts, and it is safe to say that the Iy
nce. menu will not be the least inter- n
He esting part of the exercises. y,
i- The following is the program:
that Prof. II. A. Morgan, Institute Conductor tl
MORNING sESSIOh, 10 A. M. ft
Address of Welcome-Mayor Caffery.
nen Response and Introductory Remarks--Prof. J(
. - II. A. Morgan, Institute Conductor. of
"The Parish Fair, Its Value and Benetits"
I to -lion. Jno. A. Brewer, of Bienville m
Payper--Mr. R. iE. Blouin, Assistant D irector.
1ice Sugar Experiment Station, New Or- pr
;e _ leans, L.a.
AFTERNOtN S.sSION 2 1'. M.
be, "'he Sugar Cane Borer"--Prot. II. A.
on Morgan, Entomorogist, Louisiana State foi
Universitv and A. & M College, and
ide "'Fertllizers"--l'rof. S. MI. Tracy, of Biloxl,
f Sugar Making"--Mr. Geo. Chiquelin, of
not Sugar Experiment Station, New Or
be leans, Ia. th
by e I ntiarks- )r. F. J. Mayer of loafayette.
an -- -- rig
tes Call on F. F. Carter for goo)d th
irs crayon and pastel work. bu'
on -- pr
;h- Mr. Edmond Martin was called Ma
a- to New Orleans last Thursday The
al by a telegram announcing the this
of serious illness of his little mit
c daughter who is attending trat
., school in that city. noiL
n To buy ice when you have no ing:
refrigerator is like burning Mr.
imoney. G(lt one of our Auto- witi
matic Refrigerators and enjoy Ans
hlife. Pellerin & DeClouet. gini
The devotees of the diamond prol
will have an opportunity to see a men
a good game o(f ball at the Lafa
yette Baseball Park next Sun- satin
day. The Lafayette Juniors will
play against a team from Wash- He
f ington. fayel
You may think your drinking - Fo
water is all right. We doubt it fine I
very much. Better get a Stone
' Filter from us and make sure of M.
it. A spell of fever this Sum- an as
mer will cost more than a dozen urer'
tilters. Pellerin & DeClouet. three
- --- yeste
News was received a few days Alex.
ago that Mr. T. N. Blake was se- perm
riously ill at Fort Davis, Texas. signe
We are pleased to state that a urer':
recent telegram announces that tarysi
Mr. Blake's condition has im- gress
proved considerably and that it emine
is believed he will be able to re- positil
turn home shortly. could
The Imperial, Crawford and to lomp
Laclede bicycles are- too well
known to need any recomlmenda- War
tion. Would like to show you J. Be
samples if you are thinking of Crawl
buying a bicycle. A. J. Bonnet. Phone
>E ,I:tNT FAR N
WVd- (Of Itev. .Jlles Jealnasslrdl, Ite
ceuatly Ordlainedl sa Priest.
Mou- Rev. Jules Jeanmard, who was
ol M. ordained a priest by Archbishop
inted Chapelle in New Orleans last
e ne- week, said his first mass in Car
the encro Sunday in the presence of
Ines- a large number of relatives and
eadi- friends. As Carencro was the
ches home of the young priest lie de-I
pro- cided to say his first mass in the I
1 at- Catholic church of that town. T
s an Among the priests present at I
ig to the ceremony were: Revs. Gri
has maud of Carencro, Forge of La- a
ook- fayette. Roche of Grand Coteau s
*ink, and Langlois of Breaux Bridge. n
the Rev. E. Forge preached the ser- c
iter- mon, speaking feelingly of the tl
ses. young clergyman whom he had 0
n: known since his childhood. At ti
uctor the conclusion of the mass the at
friends and relatives of Father s4
Prof. Jeanmard repaired to the home to
of his father, Mr. Jules Jean- to
ville mard, where a splendid dinner ki
corg was given in honor of the young lo
or- priest's ordination. Father Jean- of
mard will leave in a few days for Pi
New Orleans, having been se- er
A lected by the archbishop to per- pa
tate form clerical duties at the cathe- 1
A (Good Signm.
f A recent transaction involving
the purchase of 40 acres of land
and one-tenth of the mineral
rights for $18,000 would indicate I'ia
cI that the prospects at Anse La- Vio
butte are very bright. The
property was bought by Robert
ed Martin from Honore Breaux. Pia`
ay The two.Heywood wells are on viol
he this tract. Nine-tenths of the
le mineral rights of the Breaux
2g tract belong to the Martin-Leda- 'ijn
nois Company and are considered sun
among the most valuable hold-ia
1o ings in the Anse Labutte field.
g Mr. Martin has been identified Pan,
c,- with the work of development at Ianw
y Anse Labutte from the very be- Violi
ginning and is familiar with that
field. His purchase of the Breaux i'""
d property, involving an invest- Pinnc
ment of $18,000, may be accepted
as pretty safe evidence that con
ditions at Anse Labutte are most tarci
Hon. Overton Cade was in La- Gaze
fayette Wednesday. proy
For a striking likeness and Or
fine finish go to Carter's studio. O
MMr. H. B. Chase, who has been
an assistant in the State treas- Th
urer's office during the past all cc
three years, was in Lafayette cc
yesterday, being on his way to ble c
Alexandria, where he will remain mattd
permanently. Mr. Chase has re- writi
signed his position in the treas- writid
urer's office to accept the secre- side
taryship of the Alexandria Pro- muni
gressive Union. Mr. Chase is our s
eminently qualified to fill his new Cas
position. The Alexandria Union ery i
could not have found a more which
competent and conscientious man ness
to look after its affairs.
Want to buya bicyle? See A. galler
J. Bonnet, agent for Imperial, us an(
Crawford and Laclede bicycles. and ti
Phone 142-2. Peller
Ile- To Tanke PIlh*e at thi. Anditio
t. riussa, Tl'herMdany, .July 2.
was The people of Lafayette will
shop have a real musical treat on July!
last 2. On that day Prof. Sontag
Car- will give a concert in the audito
ce of rium of the Industrial Institute,I
and in which a number of his pupils
the will participate. Prof. Sontagi
de- has worked hard to develop the
i the musical talent of this commu-!
*wn. nity, and though he has taughti
.t at music here a complaratively i
G3i- short time those who know his i
La- ability as a teacher will not be f,
teau surprised at the great progress h
dge. made by his pupils. He has de
ser- cided to give an annual concert, I
the thus affording to the public anti
had opportunity -to enjoy an enter
At tainment of unquestioned merit a
the and to see that Lafayette pos- A
her sesses its share of musical
)me talent which only needs compe
pan- tent instruction to make itself
ner known. The selection of the fol-!
ing lowing program and the degree to
!an- of preparation necessary to itse
for presentation on the stage have in
so- entailed a great deal labor on the in
er- part of both teacher and pupils: t
he- March, class 19o3-Gallo. By Juvenile
Symphony Club composed of fol-'be
lowing: Paul Salles, Rosa Bernard, be
Claudia Upton, 1st. violins; Lawrence be
(;enkerdoff, Sidney Bernard, 2nd. It
violins; Pothier Voorhies, flute; Henry si
.ng Voorhies, cornet; Genevieve Mouton, I
ad piano; Warren Lacoste, snare drum. th(
Piano solo. Reverie, the Pansy-Hart
l man ..........- ..... lMiss Jeanne Siadous.
te Piano solo. Little Fairy-Streaborg......... seC
... Miss lIessie Trahan.
Va- Violin solo. Melodie Serieuse-Lange...... of
he -- .....-..-Miss Rosa Bernard. difi
Piano solo. MIanana-M-issud ......
Mrt Miss Stella Rov. add
Piano solo. Last Rose of Summer-Flo- a p
tow .-----................ Miss inda Schmulen.
on Violin solo. Tristisse vIe I'Aine-lie- Th
he tro..................Paul alles. fac
Piano solo. Mocking BIird-Trernaine......
X ............- Miss Eva Mouton. 1un(
a- Piano solo. Saulusa 'ith-K iwalski ......... friE
?d Mon Reve. Walt.- Valtiefel.................. giV(
d- Juveni!e Symihoni Club. I this
Piano solo. Tired of l'lay-Culenberg......
.. ............Miss P'aola .'lout., n. lard
Piano solo,. La PI'as(quita-Gliuck ............ T
....Miss Pauline (;ankerdoff.
t l'iano solo. Palonaise .ilitaire-Chopia plet
------......----.. Miss (;en.:vieve Mouton. was
Violin Sol i. Impromptu- Wakeield......... ot
Lt ......Sidney Ierniarl . v
xPiano solo. Over the Waves -Kosas......... ! ton
i.......Miss Sirah Ann Mouton.
b- Piano solo. The WVayside Rose-Fisher Eno
S ..........-------.......iss Alice Campbell. shoi
Piano sol,. Cornet Siandl March--Brown
" -..............Willis Roy. 1i1ed
SMarch. .M. a O dle!l--Lange.......... ..... fore
Juvenile Symphony Club.
Prof. Sontag requests The cula
Gazette to state that the whole
program will be rendered within
an hour and thirty minutes. First
11 - - - _____Secon
Only one up-to-date Photog Third
I rapher. That's Clark. Fourtl
. .I - ..- Fifth
'I'o ()llur ('rl--resluo ,ndelets Sixth
The Gazette will gladly publish Sevent
all communications from reputa- Eighth
ble citizens, provided that the
matter intended for publication
reaches this office in time. The First
writing must be legible, on one Second
side of the paper, and the com- Third,
munication reasonably brief as l"ourth
our space is necessarily limited. Fifth "
Castel Bros. have built a bak- Sveneth
ery near the Castel store to Eighth
which they will move their busi
ness in the near future.
If you need an awning for your seed I
gallery drop us a card or phone
us and our man will call around
and tell you what it will cost. Fir(
Pellerin & DeClouet. eeol
F"or tihe .AdvIoc*Itte.s of' tile
ite will' M*lueill Three-.Hlill
• = Se 'hol T alx.
-n Julyl Tax.
c, ntag -
,,dit,, BROUSSARD IS THE BANNER POLL.
pupils A il)ceiive Majority IitlIa in
Sontag Votge.n : l 'laiatti oe.
1)mmu- The cause of public education c
taught in Lafayette parish has won an- t
atively other great victory. The pro- 0
w hise position to levy a three-mill tax C
lot be for six years for school purposes V
grs de- has been carried by a handsome
as de- majority. In some of the wards o.
."cert, there was considerable opposi
lic an tion, but this was more than si
nterit overcome by the popularity of
merit the measure in other wards.
pos-!Altogether, it was a signal vic- S
sical tory. The vote shows that the ilu
itselfe- people of Lafayette parish are
itse fol-f almost unanimous on this ques- Au
e fol- tion. Many of the votes regis- Fa
:o its tered against the tax, should
have ts not be accepted as an expression
have inimical to public education, for Cr
n the there are good men who voted Jud
ipilsc in the negative because they Ear
f fld- believed that school taxes should 11
rrnard, be carried separately by wards.
2nd. It is safe to say that no con- AE
Henry siderable number voted against Can
urn. the tax because they are opposed
-airt- to the improvement of the Pap
. schools. The apparent lack
s... of unanimity is explained by aa
difference of opinion as to the Enti
. advisability of making the tax Ang
-Flo- a parish or a ward measure.
ulen. i The Gazette believes that this 1
.fact will be shown by the the
..... undivided support which all or
.. friends of the cause will now
give to the authorities to make N
this movement productive of the a st
largest possible results. to t
The following are the imcom- like
ropi 2 plete returns of the election. It
uton. was not possible to obtain the
. vote as tp valuation at the Mou- gan
... ton Switch and Cormier polls. man
isher Enough will be seen, however, to mon
show that the tax has been car- M
on ried by a good majority, the dif- daur
..... ference in property being parti- lativ
'he cularly marked in favor of the
ole VA.LC.,r)N. fron
1in For Against noon
First ward........ ... $ 35,470............$28,602
Second ward........ 30,709---............ 25,884 negr
rg Third ward ......... 98,115 ............ 14,629 comm
Fourth ward ........ 13,391............ 39,651
I ifth ward ........... 1r4, 62.... 2,965 Ph
Sixth war ........... 51,573......... ... 14,422 p W E
h Seventh ward...... 35,175 .......... ,66o Ram
Eighth ward....... 42,654............ 32,222
he $447,249 $160,035 Mi
l'ur :Against Mr.
h First ward ..............4S.........
.e f.irst war...... . ...41 stock
1C Second ward ...........36.................52
n- Third ward .......... .....................19 and :
fS "ourth ward ............ Io ......... ..........6. o handl
d. Fifth ward .............94..... ................. ... 6 sash,
Sixth ward......... ........................42 mates
Seventh ward-............. 5 4
Eighth ward..........37- ...................... B ic
ii- 40 26at A.
S - _ nish
Corn, oats, hay, mixed feed, wheel
r seed peas. Ramsey & Upton. We
d I Firun'en'Us )ay. Dan I
b. Firemen's day was fittingly among
celebrated on the 18th. The premi
three companies composing the ferson
Lafayette department paraded Jusi
through the streets of the town first ci
and concluded the day's celebra
tion by a smoker in Falk's Hall.
The co-operation of the excellent Abb
Breaux Bridge Band and theSheri
Sfire department of that town an im]
padded greatly to the success of ning al
the exercises. The Lafayetteprison
firemen appreciate keenly the sar
,courtesy of their confrere from cel, a
SBreaux Bridge. At the conclu- near j
sion of the celebration at the hall winethr J
the Sontag Band and the visiting Saturd
musicians treated the people of the she
the town to some unusually fine Calcasi
muc -- - -- have be
All size picture frames cheap for him
at Carter's new studio. When
Thomas and Dan Debaillon, E. ing by
Colieaux, Simon Projean, Robert launch
and Raoul Gerac, Robley and more w
Ellis Dupleix, Gus. Breaux and ing his 1
Paul Breaux, who are attending river an
Jefferson College, returned this on his w
week to Lafayette to spend vaca- Morgan
tion at home. the swax
- quitely n
Go to the Planters' Feed Mills were br
for feed stuff. Ramsey & Upton. in jail to
of tihe Moullt Carmiel Convenst,
of thle Friday, Jlasse 2~$.
The Mount Ccrmel Convent
will close a very successful ses
SPOLL ion next week. Next Friday
the closing exercises will take
place, and, as usual, with this
oothi i popular school a very interesting
p. program has been prepared
for the occasion. In order to
acation defray the expenses of the en
on an- tertainment a small admission
e pro- of 25 cents will be charged.
ill tax Cakes and light refreshments
rposes will be served.
dsome The following is the program
wards of the evening's entertainment:
posi- (ome \Where the Lillies Bloom, (cho
than Salutatory ..........----........Master WV. Lacoste.
ity of Alice, here art Thou?...Convent Orchestra.
An old fashioned duet............Misses S. Roy
yards. and N. Htohorst.
Ld vic- Soldiers in the Park, (song)..............yBoys.
Une Receptin, (French comedy)..............
t the ucephal Galop, (piano duet)...... and 0.
h are elilanc.
Spring Flowers, (cantata).......... .Junior.
ques- Aunt Peggy and Uncle an, (Song)...Misses
regis- I. Mills and L. Martin.
Fandango, (guitar accompaniment......Ruth
1, for Crown of Diamonds, (piano duet)...... Misses
A. Breaux, and E. Verret.
voted Judge Not and You Shall Not be Judged
they (dam ) ............... ... ........... .Boys.
t Earth's Child in Fairyland ..........Juniors.
hould II Tlrovatore, (piano quartette).........Misses
ards. ir. Iroussard, I. Bouler, Ida Girouard
and Ada Vebb.
con- A Brave Fireman, (recitation)............ Miss
ainst Paola MIouton.
Camp of Glory. (piano trio) .........Misses I.
)osed Girouard, I. Boulet and F. Broussard.
the Papa's Letter ............... Little M. Pellerin.
Home Sweet Home, (storm variations)...Miss
lack E. Verret.
by a Von't be Good ...... aster artel Salles.
Fairy Revel and Rainbow Tableau.....pupils.
P the Entertaining Big Sister's Beau...... Little F.
Angel's Serenade.........Convent Orchestra.
this Ramsey & Upton sell feed by
the the gallon, pound, bushel, barrel
all or sack.
lake Now that the parish has levied
the a special tax for schools, it is up
to the town of Lafayette to do
the We have just received an ele
fou- gant line of iron beds. We will
lls. make special low prices this
to month. Pellerin & DeClouet.
car- Mrs. Maurice Mouton and
dif- daughter, Miss Sadie, visited re
Irti- latives in New Iberia Thursday.
Sheriff Broussard returned
from Carencro yesterday after
ais noon having in his custody two
,8s4 negroes charged with burglary
.629 committed the night before.
,965 Planters' Mills, next to city
422 power plant, all kinds of feed.
,66o Ramsey & Upton.
o03 Mr. H. E. Toll has opened a
new lumber yard at Carencro.
inst Mr. Toll will keep the yard well
.41 stocked with all kinds of cypress
.9 and pine lumber, and will also
.6o handle a complete line of doors,
. 6 sash, bricks and other building
.38 Bicycles and bicycle sundries
.G at A. J. Bonnet's. He can fur
nish you with anything for a
We note that Ellis Dupleix and
Dan Debaillon of this parish are
Ly among the students to whom
premiums were awarded at Jef
d Just say "Clark". That means
n first class photography.
1 Elopr*' Arrested.
S Abbeville, June 16.-Deputy
Sheriff Adam Broussard made
San important capture this eve
ning at Perry's Bridge. The
prisoners were Jules Sohns,
a swamper, and Miss Marcan
cel, a young girl about fifteen
Syears old, whose parents reside
near Jennings. Sohns eloped
with Miss Marcancel last
Saturday night and since then
the sheriffs of the three parishes
Calcasieu, Acadia and Vermilion
have been keeping a close watch
When captured he was travel
ing by wagon with a gasoline
launch and in a few minutes
more would have been unload
ing his boat into the Vermilion
river and could have been sare
on his way to the swamps about
Morgan City. His old home is
the swamps. The fleeing couple
quitely submitted to arrest and
were brought here and lodgeds :
in jail to await the arrival of the.