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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, August 22, 1916, Image 3

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-***** mins :?' : "Z
1 this city, anua. a. •
; I Last n:yht tht
was he!-' in the
/ reK ^of the City Hall and
C^> nCPerf0rnU ' ! u
P a the program for the .a,
f before the big show. T>
they rest in «dar to be
a „d ready for their pub
prance Wednesday even
t nearly two months the
.«d young people who com
the cast in tomorrow
entertainment have been
, and faithfully at
^rehearsals. Director Nunez
, bu i!t up a program that will
—prising to those who are
Lte enough to get tickets.
oubly the strongest chorus
«used in a local talent pro
ton will be heard. Solos of
jceptional merit in both rag
*^ an( l ballad-time will be
^ed. Specialty numbers
(huiinff side-spliting monolo
pB, vocal and instrumental
œ bers will be heard. The last
gt consists of a sketch, rich
I comedy, setting forth the at
Bpts of a young merry-widow
itttort $5,000 from a decrepit
Imin to cover breach of pro
ie and kidnapping damages
1er tender and confiding
ut. Nineteen people take
it in this sketch and nearly
nj nationality is represented
I the cast. The special cos
and'make-ups for the per
mittee have been received
dill is ready.
Mets for the performance
ii Evening Id
IkEiageNie Untre,
Catholic
The Interlocutor:
Mr. V.W. Nunez
The Enteen:
Mr. Raoul Delas
Mr. L F. Kihneman
Mr. Frank Vaughn
Mr. Eugene Delas
Mr. Chas Delas
Mr. Jack Chronister
The Circle
Mr. Robert Gillen
Mr. Linus Terrebonne
Mr. W. J. Bouterie #
Mr. J. L Adams
Miss Bessie Wise
Mies Ruth Moncrief
Mias Edna Gillen -
Mi** Eunice Terrebonne
Mi«e Irma Ditch
Mine OKe Hebert
Mr.R.D.Hays
Mr. P. tt Kinney
; Mr.J.C.HarreU
Mr. Can Jolley
pawi
1 Witmark Overture........
( ,_'***'........ • • CIRCLE
* Pity For the Lights to go
OR .................
1WÏL 1RA0UL delas
, Hand That's
""•»tun..........
.....'HR. * L. ADAMS
of Heaven
BESSIE WISE
CHAS DELAS
Gurten of My
IOLLIE HEBERT
fc^ood Woman
• WGENE DELAS
........CIRCLE
tmu
VAUGHAN
have been priced at 75c tor the
first five rows. 50c ami .'.5c tor
the balance of the house. All
downstairs seats will he reserv
ed. Tickets are on sale at The
Fad and if you want a good seat
it will be well for you to buy
your tickets immediately. They
are selling rapidly and the seats
will probably be sold out com
pletely before Wednesday night.
! ( you child is pale and sickly,
pick' at the nose, start in the
sleep and grinds the teeth while
i sleeping, it is a sure sign of
worms. A remedy for these par
lasses will be found in V/HITE'S
I CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not
I only clears out. the worms, but
! it restores health and cheerful
ness. Price 25c per bottle. Sold
by Belanger Drug co. adv
GOURMANDS TO SUFFER
The French government is pro
posing to tax heavy diner.
Those luxurious ones who even
in war time eat big meals at res
taurants will have to pay, ac
cording to the terms of the
measure, five per cent on the
amount by which their bill ex
ceedso ne dollar (five francs).
If you sit in a cool draft when
you are heated and get a stiff
neck or lame back, you will be
looking for something that will
ease the pain. Fix your mind on
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT
and don't be talked out of it be
cause it is the best pain reliev
ing liniment you can get any
where. Price 25c 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Belanger
Drug Co. adv
Morgan City Daily Review
40c per month delivered.
Modern Minstrelsy
legest 23rd: Benefit of The
durch.
11 Trio . .MISS BESSIE WISE,
MISS OLLIE HEBERT,
MISS GENEVIEVE GRE
VENBERG
12 Trombone Solo .........
.. .MR. W. T. BOUTERIE
13 Yodel Selection.........
... MR. J. C. HARRELL
14 Monologue .............
. .MR. L. F. KIHNEMAN
10 Minute Intermission
PART III
BALM FOR A WOUNDED
HEART
In one act
Cast of Characters
The Judge ................
MR. LINUS TERREBONNE
Court Officer ..............
.. .MR. JACK CHRONISTER
Attorney..................
.....MR. FRANK VAUGHN
Attorney..................
........MR. P. H. KINNEY
Abijah Pippins.............
.....MR. ROBERT GILLEN
Leonora ..................
.....MISS IRMA DITCH
Amelia.................. .
... .MISS RUTH MONCRIEF
Levi Hochheimer ...........
........MR. CASS JOLLEY
One Lung Gong............
........MR. J. C. HARRELL
Mrs. Dr. Pullem............
......MISS EDNA GILLEN
Vanderbilt Persimmons.....
......MR. EUGENE DELAS
Jamison Jams......... ....
........MR. RAOUL DELAS
Wurstmacher ..............
..........MR. J. L. ADAMS
John Measles..............
.......... .MR. R. D. HAYS
Hooligan..................
......MR. W. J. BOUTERIE
McGuff, an Actor...........
.........MR. CHAS. DELAS
Mulligatawani .............
.........MR. V. W. NUNEZ
Sillicus Beeswax...........
......MR. L. F. KIHNEMAN
Aunty Simpson............
. .MISS GENEVIEVE GREV
ENBERG
j
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Now Going On
Balance of Our Summer Stock MUST
GO Regardless of Cost,
yd
100 pcs. Lawns. Volks.. And
Crepes, values up to 25c, now
at ...................... 10c a
36 inch brown or bleached cot
tons, worth 10c, our price Be a yu
Royal Worcester Corsets, now
price $1.25, still going at. »Be
Ladies' gowns, in laceoi embroid
ery, worth $1, special 7L
Ladies' shirtwaists, all the new
patterns, your choice.....*9e
All our Ladies and Misses Shoes
that sold up to $3, now your
choice for ........ $1.98 a pr
300 prs. Odds and Ends, m
ladies' and children's Shoes,
values up to $3.50. your
choice while they last only 59c p i
Extra Specials
For this Week
We carried over from
last season 69 Hart
Schaffner & Marx
suits; the prices on
this lot range from
$2250 to $30 a suit,
to make a quick clear/
ance. we have marked the entire lot at
price of S 12.00 the
k Few of Dor Specialties
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes,
Marx Made Trousers, Harm»
Shoes. Stetson & Trimble
Hats, Hole Proof Hosiery,
Broadway Shirts, Howard A
Foster Shoes, and the best
fines of underwear manufactured
Men's furnishings.
We carry the largest and best
fine of Men's Furnishings,
Clothing, Hats and Shoes in
the Parish,
the remarkably low
Suit
This is the one best bet of the year, don't miss it
Ladies* have you seen our new remnant counter over 5000 yds. of silks, cottons,
voiles, ginghams, dress goods, trimmings, etc* This entire lot of goods is mark
ed at exactly one half regular price, Remember our stock is still complete in all
departmentsand it will pay you to see us before you buy.
Henry Loeb Co., Ltd
Morgan City's Fastest Growing Store.
Octave J. Delaone
CITY MARKET
Fresh Meats
OF ALL KINDS
Yn caa mbJ y®» cUèea to njr
narket ni get ÜU weight and
Lest qsaRy. My am is to treat
aj easternn the sane as I woaW
Ike te be treated.
PHONE N». 11, MORGAN CITY
j Prompt Delivery
MR MERCHANT*
What's the use of your carry
iag a complete stock of goods
nless Folks know what you've
ot?
Lodge Directory.
Lodges cau Advertise their tiaue aad
place of meeting at 50e per mouth
la this column
TUIB FI OF BEN HUB— St. Mary
Court No. 34 Tribe of Ben Hur. meets
on the First and Third Tuesday of
each month, Redmen Hall, 8 p. m.
Chas. Francioni, Scrihe; Thomas F.
Gorman. Chief.
QattioWc CAvxtcV
High Mass every first Sunday
at 9:30 a. m.
Low mass every other Sunday
at 7:00 a. m.
Sunday school every Sunday
at 3:30 p. m.
BERWICK
Low mass on first Sunday at
7:30 a. m.
High mass on third Sunday
at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday school every Sunday
at mass hours.
The Morgan City Dally Review,
40 cents per month.
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE
To our Friends and the Public
that we have installed a
GAS FILLING STATION
And will carry at all times
A full line of
High Grade Lubricating Oils
And Transmission Greases
We also carry in stock
Goodyear Tires, Inner Tubes
And Auto Accessories.
Hanoi open fron 6 a. n. to 7 p. except Soodays.
BERWICK MERCANTILE COMPANY.

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