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THE NEW THEATRE TO-NIGHT The Haunted Symphony In two parts, featuring Crane Wilbur Two Love's Bitter Strength reel American drama with Miss Lizette Thorne and Edw. Coxen The Masque Ball „Comedy with Ceorge Ovev Tomorrow Wednesday Dec 13 The Profligate Three part American drama w,th M 'ss Winifred Greenwood, Kd. Coxen, Mi»» Loux se Lester and Geo ' Fields in the leading part». For Ten Thousand Bi>: cks Vogue Comedy in two reels World Peat ;ire, : creen in THURSDAY Clara Kimball blaz'mc DÄSstjon. romance t he feast of life ftundue DhoLH Y,,un tf- Hit* Obeen of i| )0 P'lotoj rama of brigue and tender Ceine iHcmre t»y Wr SIGMA Vbo Had His W,f v " ' ' J P~' les > floppy fmaj Prices 5 cents and 10 part. Man E Itrli ,.f ttle Ab cents ' e Proyrami 4 «I» »fte,-no,,,,. sbirts at Three P. '• Show Start.** SUNDA Y Show K Dai „ 1 RutN ENJOY S elec tric t ENJOY S elec tric HEAT Bronx , park e Z oo rS i I s mni0n bear in the ? winter months in 8 » 002 ?* 8Way heated flat. A mud flat "it" none the less a 1 . s ' bu t «'ted with electric h™, b " r home >'« millionaire,. While hi, ÎÎ. ,sr d Ä, r,M * be«- cj* *»<i ! P in his electrically heated r " •Xrn h P om" nt ^ in his - ttus fmvored >y the**** Snyder ■lone » not be««« I, hooted horn. h H J - •» the too, hot becoore' i'L Mn* *nd brought un in th * le j-^' -« bolt whore " 'T'- . «in.nl.ted i„ ;„ B ri"i f " r l , winds the othc ^" f he rt ,h a ou d ld 80 J^ a8 an ° d n,y nat 0?e kee Per-landlord of °T:L to New Yorkers. Bruin'« f"* t stimulated in its growth hi fS d *.owL°ï M '»•^«Mdlir. Bru b.«te *° »Wie ^ "» W on«. figured of S. electricians T ? f heate «î needed to ° Ut *cheme of wir.'n™ k IP «.ouid not ,h « * or « Iminod ovorcooe J'" » ere ™r, throogh f conduit from th« It Pole, tb? „to " r " t ,h ' 'tie *\ZZ tmtd «l«tes the heat. Scotts, auto coughs that resist or require both exter treatment. if Turner, Toural, Theriot, w. Williams, Williams, Williams, n Please * * . ws'l-i —nitetion you I A. HEAT in the ?* 8Way s ' bu t r home hi, ÎÎ. Ä, *»<i P r " £. ,e * ds ' Johnie his - ChaS ' Snyder UNCLAIlffiÊD LETTERS List of uncla imed, matter a dvei tis at Mor * a " City, La., Post Oft week ending Dec, 9tb, 191 &. Acox - Traze Mrs. Booker, Lewis Carvin, C. (Speciaf l"telj Howard, Lillian **indS| L&nc I, H »"ie. Jo. h H J - i'L E - M. * le j-^' 'T'- . Kin * «**• f " r l , L1 »_'on, Li„7. nat ______ „ °T:L ,Manb ^ Bother ice V.i of » t f"* r-° aa BeuIafe <2> hi f 1 " 4011 ' L «*ie '»•^«Mdlir. p «"" Mathews, Hattie »Wie of S. Robinson, Ed. R°«, Vdioa Ut « * t Steward Katie Steward, John Steward, Robert Simmons, Mary Lou Scotts, Beatrice letters Turner, Eddy Toural, Lanest Theriot, Eddie w. Williams, Earl Williams, H. G. Williams, Letha n calling f or the above Please say advertised. J. P Hebert, P. m. ws'l-i Socte^ ^ a" • i tl f» °t —nitetion mo tb. - dress the people • Decem >e meet ' * of the •»n "• Ql ««lighter, l ° Bl th ' ™| Oleita 27 •t H Novelized From the Motion Picture Play .of the Same Name by George Kleine Copyright, 1916, by Adelaide M. Hughe«' „„ - 13 SYNOPSIS. Plerpont Stafford, banker and railroad magnate, with his slxteen-year-old daugh ter, Oloria, is wintering at Palm Beach. Oloria is a vivacious, but willful young lady who chafes under the restraining hand of a governess from whom she re peatedly escapes. Her childish capers cause young Doctor Royce to fall in love with her. She steals from her room at night and in an auto plunges into the surf where she leaves the car. Becoming lost In the everglades she falls into the hands of the Seminole Indians. She is rescued and returned to her father who had offered a reward for her return. Geo ' THIRD EPISODE Never before in all her luxurious | young life had Gloria encountered the j ■lightest hardship. The most ex- ; quisite of the niceties of existence had been hers as regularly as the breath she drew. So she had wearied of them and rebelled. And now she had found that adventure was not altogether pleasant, either. A primeval Jungle inhabited by a primeval people was, to say the least, distinctly uncom fortable. i Gloria felt it especially lucky that since she had to be rescued fate had i| )0 „ 1 •»een polite enough to select a good w ! ng rescuer for her. The more look... *<ed Mr. Freneau the better ■he stUu 'i. He had a nice name, ■he liked hw "iable name. t ^OO—a nice, fflfti- mtment was the The only fly ih the s. 'e. She had |j a( j behavior of Dr. now he thoug him charming Bulked ««d moped. Dr fto vce was sl um because S€ Sfo ; not know t* 1 « what be ou 6 ht !o d<> He was con fronted with a duty that he could not It was like soiü* obscure disease, Mrd to diagnosticate. To speak up and denounce Freneau as a liar and thief was impossible. Royce had no proof that Freneau had played either the cad or the coward. He knew only that Freneau must have i Been him battling with the IrMian, and i decent man would " have come to i.he assistance of a fellow white. Sven it Freneau nad felt that he ought o put Gloria in the boat first, he light have come back to help Royce, lut Freneau had left Royce to his ite. That was ugly. ^ tis ice H< Fr G« GVc her am vat flee of tfl, Royce heard Pierpont Stafford say 1 > Freneau: 'flVIy boy, you've earned îe 15,000 reward offered. You've irned a million dollars!" Now Royce felt that he understood, -eneau had been coaxed into the erglades by that $5,000 lottery prize. , had won it; and it looked as if eneau were expecting to win ria's love m the bargain. For ria was simply devouring him with eyes. oyce knew little about Freneau, , that little was not to his ad tage. Freneau neglected his of but neglected no opportunity for ire affair. Dr. Royce had come to Beach as the private physician 1 Judge Freeman, and he had a a of tfl, » t m »Ä: Mid "• Ql *duat*d All / winter. ««lighter, r ^f , l ° Bl influence. on • the t was nat'» i«fcii[| th ' U *« «de beck^toei Oleita 27 «'» •Pot e •t H •tniggiiag to nf ich *"*'***<»■« the Roÿflr i "•••« through a tk fHwide. tn 'i, - is | j ; i plunged into a hot bath, treated his wounds as best he could, shaved, and put on fresh clothes. Then he strolled out to order a new evening dress in a hurry from a Palm Beach tailor. He met Freneau, carry ing his honors jauntily. Royce went to him and held him skewered with his eyes as he said: "Look here, Freneau, haven't you a iittle something to say to me?" Freneau colored a trifle, but he stared back at Royce without discom fort and he iaughed no less easily than usual "Why, no, old man ; nothing that I know of—except that I suppose I ought to feel sorry that you arrived toy late. But l can't feel sorry. I didn't even know you were there." Royce glared at nim, then laughed harshly and said: "The diagnosis in your case is clear, i You are hopelessly infected with yel low fever; but you are immune to all honorable sentiments. Don't lose your 1 head, though; and don't try any of your tricks on little Gloria Stafford." Freneau laughed again, a more ugly the sun. laugh this time. "That seems to me to he Miss Stafford's Dusiness, and cer tainly none of yours. "I'm going to make it mine," said Royce After Gloria had enjoyed all the redeeming influences of a tub, and a shampoo, and fine linen and a silk frock, she found that her Interest In * Freneau was as keen as ever. She T*' 't grateful to I»ois Freeman for H David She sat out on ^ rtl " 8 .' l. Ve verauda and day the ledge w v dreamed. When her father saunte.' ed by aad asked her what she was up 8ae answered: "O. nothing: i m Just baskin'g in ■ But when Plerpont came by that way a little later he found Dick Fre neau basking in Gloria's most be witching smile. They were Romeo and Juliet at Palm Reach, separated only by a low wall and a clump of rhododendrons. And Romeo was 1 reaching across that with his walking stick. It was the first time Plerpont had seen his child in a flirtation. He did not like her In that employment. He took her by the ear and led her away. She protested at the indignity. Pierpont let go her ear. He had al ways been afvaM of her and unable to manage her. He was not afraid of Freneau, however. He went for him at once. He was about to begin with a stout, "How dare you speak to my daughter?" He paused, feeling that without Freneau's help he might have no daughter to be spoken to. Pierpont was used to accomplishing his ends with the weapon of the check book. He drew the weapon now and a fountain pen and said: "Ev the way, there's that reward. It will give me great pleasure to pay it over." He wrote after "Pay to the order or the name "Richard Freneau" and the amount "Five thousand and no-hun dredths dollars—15,000." Freneau's fingers twitched to clutch the fortune, but his brain advised- him to play for higher stakes. He put away the temp tation with a proud smile. "It Is reward enough to have been able to be of service to Miss Stafford." If Gloria had not adored hint be fore, that chivalrous speech would have won her. It quite disarmed Pler pont. With his check book ruled out, his best weapon was gone. But he blustered all the harder. "My daugh ter Is a little girl. I won't have her fooling time away with you. She must get her education first. She Is hard ly more than a child." "Oh, papa!" Gloria cried. Plerpont went on: "And she's go ing to school at once. We start north on the next train." "Then Mr. Freneau will come north, too, and we shall see each other all we want to. For we love each other, don't we, Mr. Freneau? Desperately! Don't we, Mr. Freneau?' Mr. Freneau's answer was blurred. Pierpont studied the two young peo ple. He had his own opinion of Fre neau It was formed on brief ac ! quaintance, but he was a judge of J men. k -"You love each other, eh? Des per ately, too? Well, well! Now, look ' here," he said, after a quick balanc ing of his mind, "of course you both know that Gloria to too young for mrrtoge. She must prepare herself r the solemn responsibilities of life 1 graduate at a good finishing ooL Now, If yon will watt, and sse each other or write to each , tUl then, and It yon still love • other then, I wm not oppoee seniage. IH do all I can te on happy. Is it a bargainr m had not tha eovaps to ve> |-i — 1 hi tha eoM sysa to casUnued Tomorrow) 1 Nothing Could Be gj More Suitable I For a jjj Christmas l Gift £ REVIEW takes pleasure in calling Üj your attention to the swellest line of en jfi graving and embossing ever shown in Morgan City. 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