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«.oui Adler of New Orleans . t a** to< * ay ' "Lsagenia Dupuis is visit,ng ^jfcer in Paterson. * llfred Levy of New Orleans ►JjT.t the Costello Hotel. * flarry Walters, of Gibson, *^/£u» in town Tuesday. w A Wilson of Algiers is M " *• c - , ui«, Smith of Lake Breie« ! jjjjrf here shortly to visit Mrs. ^ #w mofD»lla S ,Te>m«, m JJ* her mother, Mrs. M. P- T « "aL Addie Vitteman has return » JJ ,\ visit to friends in Grand I ottto. Br John Corneglio and daughter, LSwim ,0 Pat ' rS0 " I si« Mabel Breaux has returned INew Orleans, after a visit of U day* to friends. I « r P L Leonard, after spending 1 tai day* here with his family, left * 1 er Harvey, La. . I Mn Henry Hamilton, is spending Z*nl New Orleans, the "•«t of Mr*, J- M. Parmelee. I Mn. Thompson of Crowley was a K hen during the week, the 0 f Mr*. W. J. Lowrence. b LeBlanc left today for Pat La., where she will remain visiting her mother. LIBBY'S Condensed In Meat 11-2 «ce package 15c Fresh Shipment Tories Fine Buy Your Winter Needs Now jfjjl STOCKS WERE NEVER MORE COMPLETE. fJJVALS IN TAILORED SUITS, SPECIALLY PRIC COATS, WITH FUR COLLARS AND CUFFS, A JX $11.98. g® ÔF CHILDREN SPORT COATS, VERY NIFTY, CREPE WAISTS, MADE UP IN THE LATEST $3.98. Waists, your choice while they EACH. —■Mill FRENCH SERGE, WORTH $1.50, OUR L LT DrrS THE yard. ' L" EOPLINS in all the new fall COLORS, [CttYS a YARD. SWEATERS, WITH LARGE ROLL COL , ONLY $3.00. ' ALL STYLES AND COLORS, FROM 39 WG MEN'S SUITS, ALL WOOL, NEW AT $18 A SUIT. * MARX SUITS MODERATELY TO $30. •A® 0 . TRIMBLE HATS $3.50, HEflRY SUIT. UNDERWEAR IN WOOL AND COT MOST COMPLETE UNE OF LADIES* SHOES IN THE PARISH. «AVE TIME AND MONEY. Loeb Co. LU Of Hart Sdaflser & Man Clothes She*. Triable Bats Mrs. Brown Dorsey, of New Or leans, is spending some time here visiting her mother, Mrs. Marouis. Dr. J. H. O'Neill has received the sad news of the death of his mother. His friends sympathizes with him in his loss. \ Mr. Giles Hatch writes to friends here that he is now stationed in New York after making three trips to France. Mrs. Daniels, who has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. T. I. Beck, will leave in a few days for her home in Buckholds, Texas. Sergeant Harry Schaffer of the 15th Infantry stationed at Camp Beaureguard, is here as guest of Miss Genevive Grevemberg. Several friends of Mr. and Mrs. H&rned formed a surprise party Monday evening, and called at their home where I he evening was pleas antly spent. ! Mr. and Mrs. Harned, who have made their home here for more than a year, will leave shortly. Mr. Harned. who is connected with the . Texas Co. has been transfexred to Tîimpico, Texas. will Rev. T. I. Beck and family leave shortly to make their home in Arkansas. Rev. Beck having been transferred by the Bishop to that state. During their short res idence here, Mr. and Mrs. Beck made many friends who regret to see them leave. Game Warden Says AI! Un lawful Hunters Look Alike To Him j Deputy Conservation Agent Walk er Berwick of Franklin has again swooped down upon certain hunters I whom he charges with hunting birds out of season. He advises the ar I rest of P. C. Rogers, principal of the ! Patterson Schools, James Broussard, j Dr. A. A. Aycock, Robt. Broussard, ; Roy Nuttall, Malcoln Pender and i Skip Boudier, all prominent citizens ! of Patterson. Iii his letter to The j Daily Review in which he asks that the facts be published, Conservation Agent Berwick says: "It is my full intention to enforce the game laws of this state. The man high up and the laborer in the field all look alike to me when it comes to protecting the g#ne." Deputy Berwick has made numer ! ous arrests this fall of hunters who ! have not complied with the game ; laws. Hunters should be convinced I that, the deputy intends to fulfill ; the requirements of his office. Morgan City Daily Review deliver ed to your V ire, 40c. per montn. TO-NIGHT Evangeline Theatre Lindsey and Waddles Super feirels Produced under personal direction of E. W. Von Berggrur. (Late of Al. G. Field) PART I—SCENE I A Vision of Dixie Land Happy Jim Eonham as Uncle Joe, the Negro of the Past SCENE II The Pfee of .'Mi -n<1 Maslc-Ti? lasirsiJjiiih ; LAUGH PRODUCERS Happy Jim Bonham .............................Nig. Shore Fred Kramer ..................................Lecn Norton Eddie Fitzgerald .............................Shelby Ingram Harry Wallace ........................*..........John Lewis The Following Musical Numbers to be rendo.cd subject to change: War Babies .....................................Ruben Ran I'm Alabama Bound ............................Leon Norton Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep.............. . . . Bert Kimber Emalina, Song and Dance....................Eddie Fitzgerald Till the Sands of the Desert Grow Cold............ . W. Van Berggrun When You and I Were Young, Maggie................ Pray for the Lights to Go Out....................Fred Kramer Jane ......................................Benson Crockett Down by the Old Garden Gate...................Sam Crockett The Sunshine of Your Smile ...................Paul Ortmeier Are You for Wilson?......................Happy Jim Bonham All the Songs sung in this show for sale in Lobby SCENE III DEMOCRACY! Patriotic Tableau Your Country Needs You Now....................John Potter PART 11 A. A few minutes with Prof. Eddie Norton's Symphony Orchestra. B. Max Freehand. The Marvelous European Hand Balancer. •C. Frank P. Kiefer in Chapeaugraphie. 20 heads under one hat. A novelty act of great merit. D. Laretto, the Frog Man. A sensational acrobatic novelty stag ed with wonderful scenic and electrical effects. E. Fred Kramer. In nonsenses and songs. F. The famous Kirfalfo Bros. Comedy Battle Axe Jugglers. G. The Minstrel Oddity. Aunt Dina and Uncle Epth's Birthday on the Plantation. An Original Idea by Happy Jim Bonham CAST OF CHARACTERS James Pilgrim, overseer of plantation ............Paul Ortmeier Smoke, a bad negro............................Leon Norton Hank, chickfen thief ............................Fred Kramer Chief, the Law ........'..........................Fred Hyde The Deacon .....................................Nig Shope Aunt Dinah, old, but young with her feet..........Ed. Fitzgerald Uncle Eph, spry as a chicken......................Jim Bonham Pickanninies, Farm Hands and good for nothing hangerons. Finale Tableau: Uncle Eph's last Birthday. ______________ He Ferry Will Rur< Ici ight For liastrel Grand Champion Jersey Bull mi 3* ■v BK Tùe Jersey bull declared grand champion at the 1916 National Far», dad Ur* Stock Show in New Orleans, is owned by Mrs. H IL Galbraith, Knoxville, Tenn. Many ani.n.ds of this class will be shown at ths 1917 She* in the Crescent City, November 10-19. BRITISH WOUNDED SEW FOR SYRIANS W'Z m Convalescent British soldiers quartered In Egypt spend and of thstr him sewing for the destltate Syrians of Palestine, ander the hwtrnetlon «I women of It# BacMh T A. D. A groap la ahown to O* wartjvi of tfce eM FAMOUS CUBAN AVIATOR r m E B Mi» This is the bites; iiliotngraph of tin young Cuban aviator. Flight Lieuten ant 8. O. ('ampuzuno. Campuzano, in company with Serg,. Kenneth Proctor Littiiuer of Washington, who belongs to the sanie escadrille, has distin guished himself for his daring on nu merous occasions along the western front. He is now on leave in Havana assisting in the training of the Cuban flying corps, i', fore his departure from France on furlough, after he was wounded in action. ie received a spe cial service medal from the French army. The municipal council of Ha vana on his arrival there voted a gold medal to him. Didn't Appreciate Joke. L. G. Trixler, politician by trade, •lostmaster by profession and practica! |oker in the interim, was the victim Df the old fashioned April fool pocket book joke the othei day when he was pn an automobile tour near Hartford "ity, only the bait was an automobile tiré, says the Indianapolis News. The tire, a now one. with the wrapping slightly torn, was in the road. Trixler stopped, but just as his fingers touched the tire it rose in the air and hung by a rope over the limb of a tree. Trix ler got the horse laugh from some hoys behind the tree, hut he appro elated the joke so thoroughly that he waited to see the next victim get Htung. The next, victim failed to see the Joke, and his language Is said to have turned the air so blue that Louie had 'to turn on his automobile lights to get away. Pearl Was Too Well Heeled A dispatch from Elizabeth, N. J., to the New York Commercial says that just because she wanted to be a regu lar fellow and sper ' a vacation rough ing It, Penrl Holmes, a pretty and youthful bride, carried an outfit of her husband's apparel to the woods near Rutherford and made the switch. Pearl failed to reckon with dainty French heeled pumps and trim ankles and was arrested by Chief Burnha. She returned h.-Ru» after the tlnrrv ha>- »>-•'! mlvaged. feminine The Point of View. A. E. Needham, a Muncte lawyer proud of a summer cottage erected by him on the shores of Lake Wawasee, where his family lived for several; months, and where ':o spent the week ends, says the Indianapolis News. Dtir-j ing the summer an elderly country woman who knows ;hc Needham fam ily called at Ihe home of a relative! and wps told that Needham H iiH hi*; family 'laid g.nie to the country live. - ' The • •her day she was in the city, again and. seeing Needham in the .-tree!, rushed up I him and said: "Well, cheer up, Bert; it ain't so had even if you did have to move out into the country. Your folks got their start that way ami you're a young man yet and have plenty of time to get new start in the world. I look to see you and your folks living back in town again in another year." Funny Names. Mr. Twigger—This general we were speaking of Is extremely popular with ids command. They say his men swear by him. His Wife—Thost funny European ; names do sound like cuss words, don't 1 they? Hey There! How about your letterheads, billheads, statements, enve lopes, cards, etc. Don't wait until they are all gone and then ask us to rush them out in a hurry for you. Good work requires time and our motto is that any thing dint's worth do ing is worth doing well A 3 Lst lid *wh r N-Q-W thm thmm f d» ï*W h «mi a* mm. I HANDLE Traps, and Gun Shells If you are in need of those articles Get my PRICES ro !ofs. I am able to compete honestly with any one L.-l GbCCi.lv. Y S Breiter Building, Phone 45. TOPE Front Street LET ME DO YOUR PLUMBING New Work or Repair Work; Esti mates Furnished. All Work Guar anteed. Address or see GUY GIROIR, licensed Plumber Morgan City, La. c. A. BLANCHARD I awyer end Notary Office in First National Bant .'/or-u.i C i.'v, La. Diisb's lit let!« Hi; s ?ays HERE5 A CHOP THATS BOUND To bless - Someone's meal WITH HAPPINESS/ 85? or. cO> .PROMPT DELIVERY Phones: Market 147 . R .s. l VI Morgan City, Louisiana to MANY MARIE! OF MEATS - BUT ONE ( .QUALITY! •W» QUALITY is the specific center of j ^e selling system employed at thi* market. All of our meats, including our poultry and fish ar pure, sweet and tender. Pay your L>.v!e the eiabuc is compliment of buying its want- here, by r» UCtave PHONE NO. H j--—------ hi*; to; j mm OTY UU i RY (Near Gray's Hall.) Family Laundering a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. JAM SING, Manager MONEY TO LEND ON REAL ES 1 TATE SECURITY—ST. MARY BUILDING ASSOCIATION. lmo. ; , a Or. J. tance Berwick ' * j P- )S > day _ Physician and e hours 9-1 a ; : tJ-e Feopb x -A r« pot. r night. Office Surgeon m ; 4-6 p. m. ^ . ;Ug (> Op Caiii answered phono No. C. Residence 321, Morgan City, La. WALTER. T. CILMORE AT i ORNE Y AT LAW notary prune ! F:n;t National Bank Bidg Phone 9. 1 Practice in Federal and State Courta Me £*7* City. La. THURSTON HOTEL Comfortable rooms with board $2.00 day. Special rates by the week. Excellent Service Opposite Depot Mrs. Fred Smith, Prop. JITNEY SERVICE Berwick, Le. i G. GRANATA, Prop. I Careful Driving—Courteous Treat j ment. Phone No. 4—and a Trial jwill convince you. lmo. NOTICE. Annual meeting of stockholders of 1 the Bank of Morgan *City will be ' held at the office of the Bank on the j first Tuesday in November between ithe hours of 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. to elect, oficers for the ensuing year. F. D. WINCHESTER, FINI YOUR BOY iN THE ARMY NOTHING WOULD BE MORE AP PREC1ATKD BY HIM THAN THE HOME PAPER.