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NIGHTS MONDAY APRIL
THEATRE f MATINEE TÎITCHÂV O nnJ 0 üöf&ÖAN CITY 1 TUESDAY TUESDAY L and 0 is NIGHTS 75c, $1.00, $ 1 .SO Matinee SOc 7??c, $1.00 Seats on sale at THE FAD CIGAR STORE No Seats laid aside Unless Paid For NIGHTS 8:15 Matinee 2:15 W. D. GRIFFITH'S WORLDS MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE The Most Stupendous Dra«" matic Spectacle the Brain of Man ha* yet Visioned or Revealed, A Red Blooded Tale of True American Spirit Mr, Griffith's new speo tacle'Intolerance," the'first and only production he has made since "The Birth of a Nation/'has been proclaimed the artistic triumph of the world. "Intolerance" - will be seen here later in the season. NOTE—Mail orders from out of town patrons will have immediate attention when accompanied by money orders pay able to Sol Loeb, manager of the Evange line Theatre. THE: / t • fas 4 Ford's Theater, Washington, reproduced to the smallest de' tail for the Lincoln tragedy. See the decisive battles of riie Civil War, Sherman's March to the Sea. Cities built up and then destroyed by fire. What the Conflict of '61 meant to Wives and daugh^ ters of the Universe. Grant and Lee at Appcv mattox the Tragedy, and Death of A braham Lincoln, COST $500,000 3009 HORSES The biggest battle of the Civil war re-enacted. Wild rides of the Ku Klux Clansmen, »Symphony Orchestra of Twenty Pieces ttmtttttttttmutttuuuttutttttttttttttuttttuttttuutututtuuttuututtuttuututuuuuttuuum PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunt who ] been tlie guests of Mrs. and 9. J. H. O'Neil left this morning; Huntington, est Va. \ Pit pays you to buy at the ; :iALTY STORE. I J Mr..T. E. Duffy left for New Or- I this morning. -Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Scy-j etc., DYER-LEHMANN CO. y 1&. J. R. Drackctt has a contract IboOd ten barges, he began on the : one yesterday. Toilet waters, perfumes and face Belanger Drug Co. B. 5 was about half an hour late iy, so the engineer decided up, and by doing so forgot at Bayou Louis. But he was I *bout a mile away when he was Land had to back-up to put a Damsel" off. Ant Paint will stop Ants— on table legs, etc.—Peoples . Co. ^hone 6. 0. S. Delaune left on No. 5 for a short trip to Frank PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE LTY STORE. >uis Morrison has accepted with Mr. K. S. Foster at ing stenographic work for e of weeks. for stings, wounds, bruises, -Wonndine—Peoples Drug Co. G. Frestonbach and daugh Berwick were visitors to our sy afternoon. your porch swings hong; CHAINS at DYER-LEH Maurice Blum returned on Wednesday, after a short trip to New Orleans. WIRE, all widths at 'S. -L. C. Michel, traveling sales 8harp A Dohme, Baltimore, I in our dtp yesterday shak with friends. WS YOU TO BUY AT THE unr store. P* Walters and daughter of ÜNat Thursday In our City. |:§ö ' ] : \ ; I I Mrs. Dan Lynch left yesterday on ; No. 7 for a visit to Mineral Veils, ! Texas. I Rates on display advertisements, Ring Manager's Office, 278. Mr. H. C. Curd, traveling repre sentative of I. L. Lyons and Co., of New Orleans was in town yester day. I Never let a day pass without read ing the advertisements in the Daily Review. There is always soraèthing new. ' Sister M. and Sister Adren of New Orleans returned yesterday aft-rn a short visit to the Sacred Heart Academy of this City. When you think of anything in a drug store, think of Belanger I-rag Co. Messrs. Frank Price, Chas. Delas, C. E. King and Westerly motored to Avoca Island and across the new bridge over Bayou Chene to Bayou Louis Wednesday morning on a. fishing trip. They returned about 3 o'clock in the afternoon with quite a few perch. FOR PICNICS: 25 Wrapped Pa per Plates 15c at DYER-LEHMANN CO. The St. Margaret's Daughters have postponed their regular monthly meeting until the 9th of April ,on account of the first Tües day of the month coming in Holy. Week. - HOUSE FOR RENT—Modern conveniences. Apply to J. E. Bass. I Phone 2. The Eastern Star had a meeting at the Masonic* Hall Tuesday after noon. Spring time is Kodak time get ready, Ansco films all sizes to f:t any Kodak or Camera. Belanger Drug Co. Mr. Stuart of the Triangle Film Company was a visitor to the Arcade Theatre yesterday afternoon. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. ' Mr. R. Delas returned on No. 6 yesterday from a short business trip to Patterson. An Easter Egg Hunt will be given fiiy the /unter Auxiliary, Saturday, April 7th, at 4 p. m. at the home of ÉÉni. A. Fi Storm*. Admission 10c. 2wks. Mr. S. S. Patterson, brother of Mr. Joe Patterson was a business visitor to our city yesterday. HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, ENA MELS and SMALL BRUSHES. : Ring DYER-LEHMANN CO. Mr. W. A. Broussard returned this morning from a visit to New-. Iberia. Miss Emma Roussel of Patterson is the guest of her sister Mrs. A. M. Cotten. E vangeline, Friday, March 30lti The Morgan City Civic League Will Preseat A Pagent of Average Town In Which Sixty Ciiildrnn Will Participate The play is given for the benefit of Clean-Up Movement The entertainment will also include Two Splendid Picture Plays ADMISSION lO AND 2SC . Mr. J. A. Deyeo of New Y.ork was registered at the Costello Hotel today. Take HERBINE for indigestion. It relieves the pain in a few minutes and forces the fermented matter which causes this misery into the bowels where it is expelled. Price SOc. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. Mr. A. J. Gardner of New Or* leans is a buisness visitor here to day. It i? understood that an embargo on ail binds of shipments to New York from New Orleans via the Southern Pacific steamers went in-, to ef <' cct last night. This was found necessary owing to the piling up of materials for shipment and the un certainty of the war situation. IT FAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Little Miss Bertha Roes is confin ai to bed, nothing serious. On Friday April 6th will be a meeting of the Mother's Club, at the City Hall. WANTED Young lady or young man with knowledge of typewriting and able to take some dictation to work in office. Apply only in writing to this Office, stating age, sex, qualifica tions and salary wanted. Resident of Morgan City preferred. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Toerner are in New Orleans on business for a ! couple of days. Eatonie for bad stomachs, see our window, 50c per box. Belanger Drug Co. Mrs. Prosser of Bayou Boeuf motored to Morgan City yesterday to do some shopping. The stock, the workmanship and the service goes with the commer cial printing department of the Morgan City Review. The Morgan City Boys are plan ning to organize a real "Base Ball" team. Don't it sound good to you. IT PAYS YOU TO BUY AT THE SPECIALTY STORE. Mr. Earl Price came in from New Orleans Wednesday on No. 7 to spend a few days with his parents here. If you are old and unable to work; work; if you are sick or hungry we will help you through this uneven journey of life—and yet we buy anything that people have to sell. Peoples Supply Co., Dalton Bldg. Mr. Jere Dyer was a visitor to New Orleans Wednesday. Mr. M. F. Curren connected with the recruiting service of the U. S. Navy in New Orleans, was in Mor gan City today and stated to a re porter of the Review that any young man eager to enlist in , the Navy can apply to the postmaster who will furnish all desired informa tion. He also stated that all exami nations were to be held in New Or leans, and that transportation to the City would be provided for the ap plicant, and in case of rejection the return trip would also be defrayed by the government. A good treatment for a cold set tled in the lungs is a HERRICK'S RED PEPPER PORUS PLASTER applied to the chest to draw out in flamation, and BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP to relax tightness. You get the two remedies for the price of one by buying the dollar size Horehound Syrup; there is a porous plaster free with each bot tle. Sold by Belanger Drug Co. Supt. Semniole of the Southern Pacific at Lafayette, Is a visitor hene today. j I Mr. C. Collins of Port Arthur, Texas, connected with the Texas Co. is here this week on business of that company. UNCLAIMED LETTERS List of unclaimed letters adver isted at Morgan City postoffice B. Bemicho, Leonard Ballet. Joseph ic. • Cunningham, R. C. Carpenter, Josephine D. Dorsey, Alckin Druilhet, Lillian Vinning G. Guillate, Will Gnaway, Stella H. Howard, Alice Howard, Leila Haase, Lillie J. Jones, Janes, (Special Delivery) K. Knofle, Paul L. * Lyttle, Willie Lewis, Lises Lee, M. C. Lung Joe Company M. Moore, Sustie Moore, Rose W. Morgain, Rebeccia McNeil, Elvia N. Noble, Bulah O. Ossenbeck, J. W. P. Polaskg, Melley Porter, Emma R. Rogers, Rose A. Runbe, Joe Rowes, Alice S. Stples, Reneza Smith, Gracy Smith, Violet Scott, Violet T. Taylor, E. C. Capt V. Verrett, Alice Veret, Alice W. Wolf, Beatrice White, Cile In calling for the above letters please say advertised. J. P. Hebert, Postmaster.