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White Beans, Cow Peas, Baby Lima Beans Black Eyed Peas ' Hello Yes, this if 26d FEDERAL AVE-: * PROSECUTION SAYS NOOSE AWAITS CARRIERE Opelousas, La., Oct. 26.—The fate f Helaire Carrière says the New rleans American, is now in the irtds of twelve jurors, selected im a long list of veniremen, who •e: Hyjdoite Moche, farmer, of Cou 2 Crdbhe. Arthus Culberson, farmer, Gar ntf. Albert Fisher, farmer, Waxia. Willie Levergne, farmer South •llevue. Armstrong Smith, farmer, Ar udvilla. D. A. Carson, farmer, Bellevue. Willie Briley, farmer, Plaisance. J. B. Mills, farmer, Bellevue. Howard Allen, drug clerk, Wash gton. Alva Hanks, moss dealer, Port rre. C. A. Duckworth, farmer, Waxia. J. C. Cormier, barber, Port Barre. The court room was crowded to ; full capacity today when the first ree witnesses testified for the vte. The court was compelled to k spectators to clear pathway sev ;1 times. Many were refused en •nce, and the court square was a tss of people. Helaire Carrière, said to be an cle of the accused, conferred with 2 district attorney frequently dur 7 the day. He is the man reported have harbored Carrière while 4he >riff slayer hid in the Mallett ods following the murder. When court was called todav, At •ney Rosenthal requested all wit ses to leave the court room, in ding Deputy Sheriff C. P Chac •e, which "was gra-t^ Following aignment by th n dHtH"t attorney, torney Perrin secor°d tb° court's 'sent to make statin + h*»t the 'den of proof was to 'tain every allegati-a- i-> fb-» in tment. This is p"'" i- T o uaiaua. t is .frequently '■"mmon " pre^dure. Dr. R. M. LitJJ>ç. co»—»q the ■ at witness of th- + t he held •— Eh-riff ords' body, a"d -'■~ t ^ > -ib-rff be^to his death K .....- 'bo* or > shot. On crosa « ------p r . tie stated that h ..... ' "cHtive *t were 40, 44 no - Be *ed they were éC '~ v " * -vas not itive. Said She-if ' hav a -d about a second aft-»" shot. The next witness was Isaac Fontc t, sheriff of Jefferson Davis par ! a ish. Fontenot's testimony was object ed to in its entirety by attorney for defense. Stated that he was deputy sheriff while Carrière was in Jen nings' jail. Said Carrière broke jail thère. On cross-examination, declar ed that he did not see the actual es cape, but circumstances indicated jailbreaking. Fontenot stated that he sent war rant for Carrière to Sheriff Swords, Friday before the latter's killing Carrière was in Jennings' jail charg ed with killing a negro. Armand Manuel, of Evangeline parish, next took the stand as a state's witness. Manuel resides near Mallet Woods, and his testimony was interpreted to the court by Assessor Andrus. Manuel testified he met 'Carrière in woods before Sword's death, and the former was carrying a rifle and ammunition.'That Carri ère was with a man named Moreau. The state attempted* to prove by Manuel a statement alleged to have been made by Carrière in reference to what he, Carrière would do to the man who attempted to arrest him, but objections by the defense were sustained. C. B. Chachere, deputy sheriff, testified that he had known Carrière personally six years. Had seen him before, and went to the scene with Sheriff Swords and three others to effect Carriere's apprehension. That party stopped their car about one hundred yards from the place Car rière was standing, and then W'alked toward Carrière. ^ . That Sheriff Swords instructed him to guard left side of house. He m«t Ledet and both got. behind stumps several feet apart. That fif teen minutes later they saw Carrière '•oming from the house; it was very dark. They called to Carrière to halt. Carrière was halted with "Stop, bands up, I .am an officer; I've got '•ou now old boy." Cachere repeated the words. Heard click of a gun, and both fired same time. That Carrière ran to com field, 'booting at Chachere and a negro five or six times. That he yelled to Sheriff Swords, "Watch him, he's '■''ming your - direction." Several hots followed, negro Durreasau, and another negro wounded. When he arrived at the place where Swords was last seen, found his dead body. Swords' feet were in turn row. Sent for his brother, Dr. R. B. Chachere, a physican, and had his wounded men treated. Oh cross examination Chachere produced map and explained situa tion to jury. Stated that although he did not see Carrière shoot Swords he knew he did. Attorney Perrin as ked Chachere is "he the only one of his kind in captivity." Court threat ened to fine if witness was further insulted. Chachere 'stated that the negroes had been carried on the ar rest trip because Carrière lived with negroes and was in a negro settle ment. On taking the stand for the state, 'Bruno Standre stated he sent note I advising Sheriff Swords where Car Î riere was at the time. That he heard Carrière tell Ledet that he w'ould kill Swords or even the troops of the whole state if they attempted to ar rest him. Said Swords told him he wanted to catch Carrière, not kill him. When the chest feels on fire and the throat burns, you have indiges tion, and you need HERBINE to get rid of the disagreeable feeling. It drives out badly digested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Belan ger Drug Co. 'The Shepherd of the Hills" a Harold Bell Wright's most popu lar novel, "The Shepherd of the Hills," of which a million copies have been sold, has been made into a play by its author with the assistance of Elsbury W. Reynolds. The second an nual engagement of this city will take place at the Evangeline on Sun day, November 12th, where it plays an engagement of one night only. * The play is practically a true nar rative of life among the humble dwellers of the Ozarks. It touches all the emotions, and its influence is wholesome and helpful, notwith standing several rough characters that figure more or less prominently. The shepherd of the story is a cul tured and rough stranger who comes into the hills, glad to escape form the vanities and conventionalities to which he has been accustmed. There is a flock needing a shepherd, and he thankfully accepts the lowly occu pation of a sheep tender, but soon becomes shepherd of a human flock, the big-hearted mountaineers, their families, and all who need a friend and adviser. Among his most devoted followers are "Old Mat" and "Young Mat", the giants of the hills; Sammy Lane, glorious in the beauty of young womanhood, and poor "Pete", a deranged lad who understands the voices of nature and sees what others cannot see. There is a mystery of the hills that often terrifies, but at last the solution is brought about by Pete and the shep herd, and it is the latter who is most deeply afflicted and concern j ed. It is hardly necessary to add that a pretty romance is woven into the humor, pathos and tragedy, for the olay throughout is one of human in i terest with a conclusion that is thor oughly satisfactory to "Young Matt" and of course to the auditors. ' Messrs. Gaskil! and MacVittl, the ! -producers have given the play a superb scenic mounting and a cast j that has been carefully selected for : its fitness to each type. WANTED TO BUY—Anything in the way of second-hand furniture, jewelry, watches, sewing machines ete.Best prices paid. Peoples Supply Company, Dalton Building. 3t SEE I. W. PADDOCK FOR IN SURANCE. Mrs. Henry Kahn and Master Dave Kahn left for New Orleans to day for a short visit. WOUNDINE—What is it. Decide to Increase YOUR FUNDS bv making weekly deposits with the People's State and .Savings Btnk. It will be a great source of satisfaction to you t<> refer to your money. 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Will sell by piece or the lot. Cheap—Account of moving. Mrs. A. K. White Iwk PROPERTY SOLD A real estate deal was closed here this morning. Mr. Leon Kahn, having purchased the Joret property on Everett Street at the corner of Third Street from Mr. Harry Arm strong of New Orleans. The property is in the opera house block, and is composed of two residences, which are occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Wise, and Mr. Wrieburg. The price paid for the property was not made public. WOUNDINE—Has no religion. Just in at Dyer-Lehhann's; Pan cake Flour. New Seeded Raisins, Citron, Dates and Figs at Jolley Bros. Tickling in the throat, hoarseness, loss of voice, indicate the need of E ALLARD'S HOREHOUND SY R1TP. It eases the lungs, quiets the cough and restores health in the bronchial tubes Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. WOUNDINE—Spells dPredared ness." WANTED—Good Catholic homes for our orphan baby children of one and one-half to five years. 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Sold by all Druggists. 7Gc. Nominations for the Review Popu lar Voting Contest are still pouring in. Have you decided to take part, or to nominate some friend that you would like to see win the automo bile or one of the seven big prizes which will go to the seven leaders? If you want particulars of the con test, write The Review of 'Phone 278. The Review will also tell you how to carry on your campaign. O' Si m Miss Blanche Hit-ton, EVANGELIN F THEATRE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd Will witness the opening of the Leon Gilson Players at the Open House, in a repertoire of Broadways latest successes presenting Barriers Burned Away, for their opening bill. j This is not a moving picture, but E. P. Roe's most famous novel, dra matized by Geo. Middleton with the great emotional actress HANCHE HAZELTON in the leading role, supported by Wm. H. Winterhoff and an all star cast. The Company has just closed a 22 weeks run at the Majestic Thea tre and is considered by the theatregoers as being far superior to the many stock companies now on the road. The Glison Players will be here for three nights, commencing Thun day night, November 2nd, and will be glad to greet a large attendance. Special low prices for this engagement. 10 - 20 ✓ 30 cent?# EXCURSION EYE HT WEEN Ali MÆ in Loii ON ■ « „>,>!/ i HERN PACIFIC LINES , fare Hus He Hbiiiid Triji. Minimum Kiiiinii Tilp nöc Good * )u Ail I tegular Truitts Limited to Return Sam# 0*1*.^ i rated Literature and Full I'artifiilars ask any Southern l'aclflc UM« Agent or write JOS. HKIXK.W Agent. New Orleans .If (ITIJÏ ». 11. STAKKLUM, <>. Agent, Lake Charles, Iji tien. Fas UNCLAIMED LETTERS List of unclaimed matter adver tised at Morgan City, La, Post Office Week ending October 21, 1916. A. Amady, Victoria Ad amas, Charley Adams, Alyce B. Berry, Ann Chronicle, The Cane, Bertha D. 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