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The Morgan City daily review. (Morgan City, La.) 1916-1920, November 10, 1917, Image 5

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' 0l Our special Saturday and Monday Bargain Sales
JUST RECEIVED BY TODAY'S EXPRESS A NEW
mp OF LADIES' SUITS AND COATS, SPECIALLY PRICED
^SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Saits at $22.50
THE favored colors are here also, taupe,
m (U y Yi green, brown, and plum
Coats on Sale $7.90
AN OTHER EVENT OF IMPORTANCE FOR FRIDAY AND
MONDAYS SELLING. COATS ARE —ALL WELL MADE
JJiANTEED WOOL AND A BIG BARGAIN.
A few Specials from other departments
StlNCH COTTONS, WORTH 20c FRIDAY AND MON*
W y ONLY 12 l-2c A YARD. FANCY GINGHAMS, WORTH
fcOUR PRICE, 15c A YARD.
LAMES' AND MISSES HOSE, A RARE BARGAIN AT 15c
HE PAIR; 36-INCH GUARANTEED TAFFETTAS, WORTH
g|| PEI YARD-4149.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR TRENCH OVERCOATS, THEY
ME 1HE TALK OF THE TOWN? — SPECIALLY PRICED
RR SATURDAY AT $15.00, $16.50, $18-00 AND $20.00.
MprS FLEECED UNDERWEAR, BEST QUALITY AT .
Si A GARMENT; HANAN SHOES PRICED EVERYWHERE
AT $15.00, FOR SATURA Y, $9.50 A PAIR.
VE ARE SHOWING EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN EVERY
I HrAXTMENT OF OUR BIG DOUBLE STORE, AND IF YOU
WANT TO GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY, IT WILL
PAY YOU TO SEE US FIRST.
Henry Loeb Ca. L'tl.
The Morgan City Home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes, Hanan
Shoes and Trimble Hats.
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COMEDY
"HIS BAAY DOLL"
GWE AND GET A PERFECT FIT
employed a first-class tailor and all orders
f-Made Suits will be done in ray shop, thus being
p 5 P **r* p tee fine tailoring and a perfect fit.
Cleaning, and Pressing Department is also
llfcads.
^ Me a trial Order and we will Give you entire
Satisfaction
(LASER HOME MADE
TAILOR
PHONE 278.
NOTICE TO ELECTRIC LIGHT
CONSUMERS.
Beginning' December 5th, 1917,
continuous service will be inaugu
1 rated and all electric current will be
sold on a meter basis at the follow
ing rates:
First 50 K. W. H. 14c per K.W.H.
Next 100 K. W. H. 12 c per »
Next 100 K. W. H. 10c per "
Over 250 K. W. H. 8c per "
Ten per cent discount on all bills
of 8 K. W. H. or over if paid at
Company's office before 15th of
month. Minimum charge for cur
rent per month $1.00.
MORGAN CITY ELECTRIC
COMPANY LTD.
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Opera House To-night
"VERY GOOD EDDIE"
Book by Philip Bartholomae and Guy Bolton
Lyrics oy Schuyler Green Music by Jerome Kern
Founded on the farce, "Over Night"
Entire production staged by Briggs French
CAST OF CHARACTERS
(Order of their appearance)
Steward on "The Catskill"....................Fred Van Etten
Monsieur de Rougemont ........................ Briggs French
Purser on "The Catskill" ......................William Porter
. iek Rivers.................................Harry B. Hoyt
Mme. Matroppo .............................Maude P. Terrell
^ lsie Lil *y ................................... Marion Gould
Eddie Eettie ................................Carnie Christie
Georgiana Kettle ............................ Alberta Brittin
Magazine Girl ................................... p eg Bird
i erey Darling ..................................Edgar Bryde
Elsie Darling................................ Myrtle Bordine
A1 Cleveland .................................. Royal Byron
V ictoria Lake ............................... Grace Williams
Crystal i oole .................................Mae Rossmore
Lilly Pond ..................................... Billie Wells
Behe Fountain ................................. Gra ce Re yn
Rollo Munn .................................. May G^^lly
Ho J ide.................................... Lillian Fowler
V ivginm Springs ................................... Lilia Sol
• dways limit ..................................... May Hall
Lame ( losewell .............................. Agnes Daniels
; anme Rokkod ............................... Adele Murkle
Munny Duzzit................................ Alice Rowland
L a y Ann Giddy...............................Lillian Tooker
E. Z. Morals .....................................Clara Bell
fayleurs Dummy ............................... Edith Clark
*■ L ' il Sacks .............................. Norman Baldwin
. . er i hirst ................................. Helen Baldwin
..att Pumpkins . ........................ Chrystal Hampton
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
.CT Î —Deck on the Hudson River Boat "The Catskill," (One Sum
mer afternoon.)
GT 11—The Rip Van Winkle Inn.
Ceene 1—ihat Evening. Scene 2—The next morning.
BE'I WEEN SCENES 1 and 2 in Act II no intermission. The
curtain drops to denote a few hours lapse of time.
MUSICAL PROGRAM
Mr. H. T. Collins, Musical Director
i.,, ning Numucr, "vVe're On Our Way", Miss Brittin & Ensemble
Dong, v. he Same Oid Way..............Mr. Hoyt and Girls
i Dart, "Some Sort of Somebody". ... Mr. Hoyt and Miss Gould
Quartet, "Isn't It Great to Be Married?"..............
.........Messrs. Christie and Bryde, Misses Bordine and Bird
> * -*ce ......................... Mr. Hoyt and Miss Gould
ö rmaiette, "Wedding Bells Are Calling Me"............
..................Mr. Christie, Miss Bordine and Ensemble
ACT II. Scene 1.
Opening Number, "On the Beach of Le Lei Wee"............
........................Miss Gould, Mr. Hoyt and Essemble
"If I Find the Girl".....................Mr. Hoyt and Girls
j "Dramatic Pantomine" ..........Miss Terrell and Mr. Crane
i "When You Wear a Thirteen Collar"........... Mr. Christie
Duet, "Old Boy Neutral".....Mr. Hoyt, Miss Gould and Girls
Buffalo Dance .................Mr. Crane and Miss Terrell
-3 "Babes in the Wood".........Mr. Christie and Miss Bordine
ACT II. Scene 2.
he Fashion Show" ,................Miss Brittin and Girls
./ "I Wish I Had a Million"..............Mr. Crane and Girls
6 "Nodding Roses" ..............Miss Gould and Mr. Hoyt
7 Finale....................................Ensemble
/ha sporting costumes in the fashion number were designed
d made by S. November, New- York. The evening gowns made
th ■ Orang Mfg. Co., New York. The ladies of the Company wear
hi Star Skirt. Sport Waists by Lemer Waist Co. Shoes by Ca
j.:io and T. R. Emerson Shoe Co. Scenery by P. McKerman Studio.
EXECUTIVE STAFF FOR COMPANY
orge F. Hopper ................................. Manager
ester A. Davis ........................... Business Manager
riggs French ............................... Stage Manager
Howurd Collins ............................. Musical Director
.. T. Williams ................................... Carpenter
.Ted Van ....................................... Properties
ibert Hebert .................................. Electrician
xadame Zella ............................ Wardrobe Mistress
Account of the "Very Good Eddie" performance tonight, the
;reat picture serial "THE GRAY GHOST" will be shown tomorrow
night, Tuesday.

10 Per Cent Premium
On Yonr
Liberty Bonds
The Imperial Jewelry
Company
will pay you $55.00 in trade for a
$50.00 Liberty Bond» The sane
premium of 10 per cent will be al
lowed yon on Liberty Bonds of any
denomination.
Because your money is tied up in
Liberty Bonds is no reason why yon
can not make the purchases you ex*
pec ted to make.
In fact, yon buy more goods at this
store with a Liberty Bond than yon
can with cash. Every dollar of
yoor bond is worth a dollar and ten
cents here.
Ladies and gentlemen are cor
dially invited to ask questions con
cerning this matter if there still ex
ists the slightest misunderstanding.
And the most beautiful and com
plete lino of Jewelry and Optical
Goods awaits yonr inspection.
Imperial Jewelry Store
T. W. Schmidt, Mgr.
PHONE 46
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Those interested in Saving
PEA BERRY COFFEE, A GOOD GRADE, USUALLY ^ w
SOLD AT 17 1-2, OUR PRICE PER POUND ........ IK/»
SOFT SHELL PECANS, PER POUND 40c
DEL MONTE TOMATOE SAUCE, SPANISH STYLE, 3 0r *
CANS FOR.................................. /***»
CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP, TWO CANS FCR 25c
CHUM SALMON, 12 POUND, TINS, 2 .FOR . 25c
PLAGNIOL PURE OLIVE CU. iS MIGHTY SCARCE a ml
BUT OUR PRICE IS STILL THE SAME, PER BOTTLE £
LUZJANNE COFFEE, 1 POUN D CAN ......... 25c
AUNT JEMIMA 'PANCAKE FLOUR, PACKAGE . 10c
If you are not already one of the thousand of women
who are serving Aunt Jemina pancakes often, order a
package Now as we will not have it long at this price
PERSONALS
Mrs. Ells, after a visit to relatives
in Gibson returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Simoneaux of Amelia is the
guest this week of Mrs. Daspit.
Mrs. Eugene Munson of Patterson
was a vistor to our city Sunday.
Mrs. Harrison of Jeanerette was
the guest of Mrs. Kreisle Sunday.
Mr. Blanchard is a business vis
itor to Franklin today.
Mrs. Oscar Boudier of Patterson
spent Sunday here,
j Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pierron are
j spending a few weeks in New Or
j leans visting friends and relatives,
j Miss Mollie Zenor of Patterson
S spent Saturday in our City with
j friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernauer of
Ramos were visitors to Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Ditch Sunday.
After a visit to relatives in Pla
quemine, Mrs. J .Boudreaux and
family have returned.
Mrs. I. Greenwall is in New Or
leans where she will remain for a
few days.
! Mrs. T. L. Morse left Sunday to
j be the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
I Hall in New Iberia for a few days.
! Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goldman spent
! Sunday in New Orleans visiting rel
| atives.
Mr. H. C. Dorren and family from
Algiers have moved here to reside in
the future.
Mrs. Dan Norman of Patterson
spent a few days here last week the
guest of Mrs. M. E. Norman.
Mr. Floyd Manning, after spend
ing a few days with his parents, left
Sunday to join his company which is
stationed in Virginia.
Mr. Ned Rodrigues of Company
H, stationed in Alexandria, came :
Sunday miming to spend the day;
with his parents.
Miss Eunice Terrebonne, after j
spending a few days with relatives j
in New Orleans, returned home Sat- |
urday.
Mrs. Morris Greenwald left for j
Pensacola Sunday morning where i
she will visit her sister for a few |
weeks.
Mrs. W. J. Lawrence, accoropa- |
nied by Miss Fannie Parmelee, spent ,
Sunday in New Orleans, guests of |
Mrs. J. M. Parmelee.
Mrs. A. F. Storm left today for
Shreveport, where she goes to at j
tend the meeting of the Federated ,
Clubs which convenes there thi« (
week.
Miss Gillen, of the high school
faculty, accompanied by Mi«*e« Es- ;
ther and Edith Drackett, sp< nt the
week end visiting friends n New
Orleans.
The rummage sale by the iKng's
Daughters last Friday and Saturday
at till City Ball was a suttees ii ev
ery way. The proceeds will be used
towards the charity fund.
Mr3. E. Blumenthal and daughter,
Mrs. Louis Sloobtzkyjmfter spending
a week with Mrs. J. Lehman and
family returned to their home in
New Orleans.
Dr. and Mr3. Wilson, 'Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey returned last night
from a boat trip to Grand Lake, hav
ing left Saturday afternoon on a
duck hunt.
Two coaches of Louisiana con
victs passed through Morgan City
yesterday morning on No. 2, coming
from Hope Plantation and going to
Angola Farm.
ARCADE TONIGHT
'Bought And Paid For'
Said the pessimist: "Every woman
has her price," and that much is
true. Those who know life best,
agree that a woman's price is, in
most cases, beyond reach.
Rivetted in every woman's soul .
crystallized by the memory of a
good mother, is the foundation of
all that is good in men, and upon
this foundation, immortal heroes
like Washington, Lee, Lincoln,
Grant and our beloved McKinley,
built the headstone of the greatest
nation in the world. And it was
the mothers of such men who set an
everlasting standard that has been
the goal towards which motherhood
has since aimed.
George Broadhurst, the great
playwright, knew this when he wrote
"Bought and Paid For," the most
successful drama ever produced,
which, after its phenomenal run of
two and a half years on Broadway,
was successfully staged in every civ
ilized country on the globe.
This great drama has been visual
ized under the able direction of Wil
liam A. Brady, who was also re
sponsible for its international suc
cess on the stage. It is one of the
best World pictures.
See it for yourself at the Arcade
Theatre tonight.
DESERVES A GOLD
MEDAL
FOR THIS
You com pestered men and women
need suffer no longer. Wear the
shoes that nearly killed you before,
says this Cincinnati authority, be
cause a few drops of freezone ap
plied directly on a tender, aching
com stops soreness at once and soon
the com loosens so it can be lifted
out, root and all, without a bit of
pain.
A quarter of an ounce of free
zone costs very little a: any drug
store, but is sufficient to take off
every hard or soft com or callus.
This should be tried, as it is inexpen
sive and is said not to inflame or
even irritate the surrounding tissue
or skin.

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