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inorgan (Eitu iUnhj i\rlnrto! Published Daily Except Sunday ; C. E. KING, Manager. i ~~~~~ RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 Year in advance ........$4.00 6 Months in advance ....... 2.00 3 Months in advance ...... 1.00 ; 1 Month ,..................40 1 Week C............ 10 Rates oT Readers, Notices, Cards #f Thanks, Obituaries, etc: Per line first issue ........... Subsequent issues .......... 2 x /zc Rates on display advertisements, Ring Manager's Office, 278. J _ . . , ; 5 7 Entered as second class mail mat . . .. n C Ht n-i. ter at the Postoffice of Morgan City, _ * linn I' I \tnPIT) Ifil |jg \j t tJlu! Ill n.,p| nr | TnH*)ir Dili lull lUUfly " The funeral of Mrs. Caroline ' L. Storm was held this morning in the Episcopal church by Dr.McKen zie after which the remains w re tak en to Berwick on the 10:45 f --ry A large number of sorrowing friends made the trip to Berwick f or the Iasi rites. As the cortege reached Ber wick it was joined by mir.y friends of the deceased who knew and loved her during her many years of use fulness as a resident of Berw.ek The death call which came to Airs. Storm Thursday morning it Pattern • son, where she had been at tV sani tarium for some time, closed the .d of one of the most loved and most useful women in St. Mary Parish. She was born in Bayou Sale in 1851 her maiden name being Caroline Louise Felrath. In 1871 she was married to Captain Bernard Storm a native of Bremen Germany. Death dissolved this union in Janu ary 1887. With the exception of the last ten years spent in Morgan City she ^ived practically her entire life ^ived Ph oto Plays of Class AT THE OPERA HOUSE. A PROGRAM HARD TO BEAT THE CLASS OF SERVICE WE USE Monday's, Blue Birds, Universal Comedies A Animated Weekly. Tuesday's, Paramount Features. Wednesday's, Pathe's, Including the Iron Claw. Thursday's, Fox Features. Friday's, Triangle Features and Keystone Komedies. Saturday's, Universal. Sunday's, Paramount Features and Chaplin Komedies. To-Night FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st Our TRIANGLE program is always good and you take no chances. The best 10c show in the world. For this night we offer you "WOLF WOMAN" in five great parts featuring the famous stars LOUISE GLAUM and CHARLES RAY. Also a two-reel comedy that is a scream, featuring CHARLES MURRAY and LOUISE FAZENA. The above shows are too good to show to a poor house. Come out and see us. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd Here is a new departure added to our already Feature Program. A wonderful BLUE BIRD PHOTO PLAY which comes with the stamp of approval: ' THE GREAT PROBLEM featuring the screen star of the day *1» , VIOLET MERSEREAU. Five great acts. Also an unusually good comedy. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3rd Its our hobby to give you good show on this night and we take pleasure in offering for your consideration a great Paramount super-feature bv the Oliver Morosco Photo Play Co., presenting RITA JOLIVET in AN INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE Also that greatest of fun makers CHARLIE CHAPLIN in THE VAGABOND This gives you seven reels of the greatest photo plays that have ever been shown in our town. Give us two hours of you time on this night and we will prove it MONDAY, DECEMBER 4th The tenth episode of the wonderful serial feature LIBERTY, in two AUoYheYnIMATED WEEKLY in one big newsy reel, and a two reel VIGTOR DRAMA. Five reels in all. _________ ~ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5th Another Paramount, our patrons are now setting up and taking note of the classy Photo Plays we are putting over. We offer you for this night, Jesse L. Lasky feature offering, MARIE DORO, in COMMON GROUND, by Marion Fairfax. There's some acting in the above Photo Play, try and see it.__ * ' ' WENDESDAY, DECEMBER 6th 4th episode <rf THE IRON CLAW, Featuring the famous screen star PEARL WHITE. This »picture is getting better in every episode.__ And a two reel Mutual Drama, with a punch. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST. LUKE the Funny Guy, if you have not made his acquaintance, see him tonight. ______ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7th The greatest Photo Play ever displayed on the screen at the Evange line, ROMEO AND JULIET. Shakespeare's greatest of plays, featuring Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne, in eight of the greatest reels showing that Mr. Bushman and Miss Bayne have never been so well exemplified as in the role of the immortal lovers. The Bushman anil Bayne production of ROMEO AND JULIET brings the soul of Shakespeare to the hearts of the people. So as to give every one a chance to see this great Photo Play, our show will start at 3:30 Thursday evening. The next show at 5:30, 7:30, 9:80 and so on until every one has been satis fied. REMEMBER THE DATE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7th. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8th Another Triangle Feature Ni^ht, and a dandy at that THE DAWNMAKER, Featuring Wm. S. Heart. And the Comedy we have been trying to get Since running Triangle Features, The Famous ROSGÛE ARBUCKLE.in THE WAITERS BALL Now folks if its real enjoyment and it dont hurt you to laugh, see Fatty Arbuckle in The Waiters Ball, its a scream from the time the picture starts until the finish* 'in Berwick, and was ever interested' in ali of the things that made Be r ; wick a good town to live in. Her i charities were many and most of them were of the kind of which few knew. She was especially liberal SU p porter 0 f the churches and church wor!< ; gjj e W as the mother of four child ren three of whom survive. They are; p Belanger, B. A. g torm and \ F. Storm. She is also jsurvived by a sister, Mrs. E. Roder of Berwick. Out of town relatives at f unera i were Mrs. Butcher of Lake Charles, Louis Kramer and George Kramer of Franklin. The floral tributes at the grave , , ... . were many and beautiful. To the , , , . many, many people who knew and loved her during the three score and five years spent in St. Mary Parish the s ' ie '' vet * anc ' t ' ie ^ood accomplished will live for many years to come. To the relatives and countless ^ r ' en( ' s the deceased, in this their saddest hour, The Review offers its sincerest sympathy. ' • jfi Fine line of combs, brushes, pock et purses, hand purses, arm purses. Peoples Drug Co. 1| | ]PI1P^^ 1IUU^ IMlii Brate! / in glöBlAy 1 Iqr Gaatff* KUm + ***■«£* Saf peïttd. VyHEHWlWJiKBl fAMotion R durtMwH yHHH» | RUPERT HUGUES. jfi Henry Lccb's Store News. Morgan City, November 30th A bfiV/y r. *5 > \y> n £ ifi * / £ te » L m £ s I & 'J? & £ £ A j* \ > «I £ m n: £ £ £ m 7 i! I h £ 7ÆM? £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ Copyright Hart Schaffner & 'Marx 31 I You are the best salesman we have I when you come to us for something I you need You know. what you want; we only provide the well arranged stock of Hart Scnaffner & Marx ~ fine clothes and other good merchandise ; the intelligent jjj assistance, the • wide range of choice, that makes it easy for * you to get iW-dn your own way* The values speak for themselves, You'll find this very pleasant, it's a lot more fun than having things ''crowded on to you," Think of this as your store, its splendid equipment is for your benefit, V Æ ■* r '• STORE THAT TH 6 QUA «T i > "w FPONT STREET J ICI LADIES ALTAR SOCIETY ENTER TAINMENT BIG SUCCESS. The Ladies Altar Society of the Catholic Church held a social affair at the City Hall Thursday night which was largely attended and a great success in every way. With Five Hundred, Dancing and refresh ments, the visitors were splendidly entertained. The prizes of the evening were won as follows: Miss J. T. Collins, first prize for the ladies;'Miss Edna Gillen, second prize for the lad es; Miss Florence Ditch, booby prize for ladies; Mr. Duffy of Ramos, first prize for gentlemen Mr. W. G. ! Gregg, second prize for gentlemen, Mr. Jack Chronister, booby prize toe gentlemen. Good music was furnished for the occasion by a colored orchestra. Sickly children need WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only destroys worms, if there be any, but it acts as a strengthening tonic in the stomach and bowels. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by Beilanger Drug Co. a Heartburn is a symptom of indi gestion. Take a dose of HERBINE in such cases. The pain disappears Instantly. The bowels operate speed ily and you feel fine, vigorou and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Bellan ger Drug Co. An You I Woman? tjè Cardui nilEI tlWWBB and 1 Co America's Greatest Star IIV Pr——t»d WC mh i »uiiOTww * «** a a Support.* by HENRY K£UCER. A HOTION W«*» «V«. SVHMHSfc RUPECLT HUCHES , NEW THEATKE. I)Kt\ 1 i-'if*,- I'd AH Fresh nuts of all kinds, 30c lb. at DYER-LEHMANN'S. per House for Rent With electric light, water and sewer con, nection. Phone 2. J/E. BASb There Is more Catarrh !n thl »ffii^ of the country tl.an all other Dut together, ami for years It was v~ pösed to be incurable Ooetor» .P™; scribed local remedies, and f .' y .fj,„, me nt. ly falling to cure with local treatme™ pronounced It incurable^ f a*"" 1 ' local disease. Kreativ Influenced by * stltutlonal conditions and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. j Catarrh Cure, manufactured W Cj, Cheney & Co.. Tol-do, Ohio is a ttitforial remedy, is lak Pn .' n w ucoU s end acts thru the Blood Surfaces of the Sy.si m Om D ollars reward Is ofTered tor J that Hall s Catarrh < tire Send for circulars and testimonials^ F j CHENEY & co.. Toledo, Ohio Sold bv Prueplsts TV. ..„„.inn. Hail'd Fatnilv l'ills f-r constipation.