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IO l REE Il:,')S., i'ublilher4 T. I . ,I I .tll . T Ii1 4. I'.tilI, l. L ,1",1 IN 1. S, TI II V. 1111 i. 1!1;t X1 11 II THAS IIL AAROS G FROM EXISTING IS ADDING AMER AT SHREVEPORT. sg TWO TO THREE sgision Was Made .n Ex Ngon, In Iis Kncwn Ma dtate OfQfica:s Voted For Syndicate. of three to to* ' ar of the state .: "~: I! agencies . distrLts to n - "i.'' banks, wisn. ': .r.'"r ,d r a for al of the ir, at .: ohe award was i;..i a;'",r Jd been in -xc u'.;. - geerel haurs. syndica':'. :' gsanew men :b.r. !.r . Ir Bank of -!. r %,- t"' . the start futlr. t g31-2 per cent T1"«.". entered ind:vxi' :ah:l . 1l of the concr.ssicu:al di- rlaverage f ,. h:, 1d 4 per cen'. I'!L, l:d gecd separatelv. : ', ~ .r. alicate asked for all ,f a ne. " ision was mfade :n - it is kr:. .n that Seerretaryv f '.aTi l t urer Sn:'!: vo' td while Colonel I'!'as ifto r ('apedville l oted zt Beaker Thonias and Lie.u r Barret reciised t;i.ii i tin which they were in sllng submitted bids. PARAGRAPHS. Oalher, of Lake Charles. a physiclan, has been found tIk District Court of pranc without a license. Iftc a writ of error to the Sil dharging tne application 9 the law of 1914 ta.s er It farther that the law is Gallaher treated . fSulphur. for appendicl tlliag the spine, and mat the region of the appendix. perated on later by a ph:v hem River Lumber Com i s Ridder through Manac.,r tthe contract for the eree SI1L400 store and otfie, . i L built on the site of the isM and store building The leseral offices will be lo Itgrond floor, while store Ut a Neat market will take e on the frst floor. ldatlr, aged 76. a promi f the Third ward, resid l Vermillion, near Abb. at his home. He enjoyed of being the talIlst sTe~llron parish. standine ba his stocking feet. ant fed6erte veteran. Hl is by hsl widow and several t ard asse bling In * rilitturing plants in " Ight manufacture mu SIs the event of tlhe U laging in conflict. bat local committr ~ eati tli'hennr soCirties I sI uIeh an inventory in Cort annulled as un t* ImlOisana sugar re act of 1915 The ti to have been aimed 8tUar Reflnln Corm e talidity of the law was 3. h Dlckasa is seeking vol l WWtttn~t as Shreve to I conferene of the . itoton cougress on --aah and Efficiency." is Wuhinugton. May 2 to I ' cailsts put out a rsh otllbs, West c'ar- i toneSoe1llst candida- o, Scandidat~e Th" - hni c o the peacr In Vthe spelling cntewt - e High School has The school ch.:dr., bl, three grouPs. tw.e' ioe. fort ,in groupi ae i group thre. at-. m Io lg of the school -a•t for the huiiding of +bl se or fo anr , l Brother+, local con I CO ipleted by No meenttlngs which h,- anr Church at DI, I,,¢., r a e l Still in progr,. s bau about aeventy.flve. -bib chlh. rhPastor Roney r' . - ,,o.rs o),f " .. ',. :, r: : No : j r it . ard " - ! ar . .; , .r! " . , t ~ . . t : o f ý!. . l- :,. a s2, : . r T o a.' -. a ' VI. ir, 1 ,- .r,. ! ; . 1 r:,r of ? . - '. i'. : 0 *. .- is : i +. ,, a I i " ,'). , .-:i ',o , of ,. .. ,.. ! ': "r ' ' f ril l , . . r :! '. "; .i" ,i . i .-' r u, 111 . r.."e . ",. was pa-.,d ia-kin t;i- :'. i*" i r,,:trl to Pa:t li-t . :i1 an tlr: ·l'iirural ,l,` plr'ml ntn of i'a- It f iti, " ,it rwl y ,r1 I. and " *i*' a' h il : iof I at F:-" - .-rii d T !. Iip""r r.,+ p t, t \Ias acihor.' ,l td pirit a-Is a striop"r'nf mac hn I' t n or fi r1. ::''" ra tion purpo-'. s rI O board .ic-,.l to, pay for one--<iV!i of the f.-r'ill, r 'la-'se on school lands wher, .- i-ri pounds ,, r acre The l.ouq-iana State Boar of lHtal-' ha' appoiinted R. .Mil.s Brooks on N.'w Orl, ans and Reynold Mi W: Itams of Monroe to mnake a mol,-uir it surveiy of the sat, unier thi . d.r,'r tln of Mr l.a l'rinr. The ' uni w ill h.'rn in New ( )rlean. but it is int. ndld that it -hall erabrace theo eIn tirto state tefore the ork is i,,m pl,-td . " t I i' '. rvevy 1 rco .:id",r, d if Ih,' flrst I'llpcrtance by t!:,)t. 1"irt+. ested in tho t l veimenit for I,,,,,r h*ealth. and it i- in i nded to mak.- it as complete' as poiis.sible. The c:ty of V'rowlov. in k,-'p!nt with the rput;i:'i:on of oning ',h, ii" - lio'-t cilty hb-t ..n Ni'w (i rl.-a:n-- anl1 ii n r a nil n lr, is b)ll. ,tini1 n-wt "tr"',"- beauttll yin its parks andt ildeat tiks. The nmerchants and t!ie publi, ..t,: +ag;iues agI pirotl intll an +ls: dtal R,-dpath i "ha.u' au ua. "T'lIe + lt ( % thoin "it rang ii rate' w ith laritiau;i. fltai -s. bannors and p.'ndt-nts Sp'.- ta! It llumination of Crowley's groat l':' way and theo tort wtidows are be-Itg pr-par id. 'Ceorre W il!it a -on. ti'ac' -er of bhol niyv in the Nornmal SIhool at N:r,';s trhoes. narrow ly i'cape io lnoiin . !,v life wlih n th.' tloorinie fn his hi'k gall,+ry gave away with him and p"tr epitattd himnt in alln ue r'rLrlnrd is tern nearly till'!d a t!: water Wh-er. ,l:-covered and resried Ilaitr h waRi Ibrnt ille In the interest of good rioadus. Judge J. E. lteynolds of Ar adtia was l elected chairman. onstd iratble interest was shown. about four hundred boeing presenrt at the meeting which was addressed by J Paul Jones. t. O Ci:ngsworth. Ed R. Lee and others. The next meoting will be hed at Arcadia. Preparations are being made for the May day (esttval at New Orleans which will be Shakespearean In every detail Instead of . May queen. Queen Elizabeth. the queen of Shakes peare ' time. sill be represented by MIsi Katherine l'hares and there wIll be lords and ladies tn Eltiabethian costumes in attendance. Bids on the $40.i0i bonds, to be floated at Crowley for electric light and waterworks improvements.. will to advertised adrain. The Rudolph K'aybolte r·~ okerare omnpany. of ('In rinna'tl, was the only bidder for thei honds, and the offer was not conralrd erond attractive tnough to warrant ac c* p'arttc o Announcement tas been made of p'ar." of r ,pr.'s ,ntati ve oil operators. tIpply agont'. gas men and others ha- irz to do w'h\ development in the Ntr'h iL.ouisiana $i-l' 'a hold a "et ',it.,'her banqruet May 24 at Sirove pir' ftr th pitrps-s of ftrr'It'r cement Ii ' "'. : r.., cn of un:on and good fel Carrt.ng out his promise. Mayor Itirn~-a:: gavy- an answer to 'he jlt nty o ",:rs and drivrs. Tht mtayor toid t or, ttt,, ciity would tako no tc' on :iat:nst them for thi.rty days. i,'ving ?t.h1n: totne to arrange w:'a'ever steps they may lake to gt titi'ir ap peal into t!:, United States court. On:r: i :ncrease of expenses of all part-1t -i.l-oIs. and shortage of funos. it is probable that Slidell may no' n.aintain its high school after the present term. TEN MINUTES rOR REFRESHMENTS IN EXICO ,''. .4 J "t. V f 1L ' -ý - ..a f3 ... 1 p ~ ~ 9'- "r e< airv Ub Aznerican exp-SL m~~ar-v forc.e izu Mle:Cu w',feriu: Ut r Lrr.t 41.. .& w.jr~a rcbt tLX..[ ~I sIa P '4 M[XICAN BANDITS KILL 2 AMERICAN. DODD'S ADVANCED CAVALRY DE TACHMENT HAS BATTLE WITH MEXICAN OUTLAWS. El Paso. T.x - A :r )port has 1,".,r received hor. th ..t ,' .-! li.tb!' .,: van, "d d, aval:"y ,t. m un n: h.d an * aemi~lmn' sv-ra da:i, al m : n! . not :::d at,.,it «h .:",r '1,- ,U "a, wiv. -wl'lh Vila ban': ts or %w:':i trot,<. T!: :nforlma',,n r r..lf, !-:" t.- (..n: Iii a ; .r"A'. 0 gay, no mn torit ,t::1 a ` ' t !:.. . itn ac. tr."n " or, 'mrr, d. .\ ,..: , ,' ! d tac-'h in's of Cohlonl 1,,!,:'5 , av'.d't:. rr-entnly havy,, b,.n op; r:!',r:n in a !;r! ited zone just north tf Sat, vo. Th, s deta, hnlunts ar L s-our:in th- 'o'::"r. for V:ila landits. ()tli'cals of the do facto covrrnn:.nt were optill<tli in the- bel.r-f that "h. confrn.,. i of ";.-nerals oIlr.-ion and Scott will r'esult in a satif:r , 'ory ,lan S wh. r, y}- p, a e.ful conlt:lr o1s r:l y I ,. main:'aned aRlin th," h1,rd.,r i',nd T ing the confe.re.,nc. t!hl,, a;i.sr .n lines of comnl;on, i n of the- .\A!:" ican army in M x.. o areh. I.n; strengthened for any .v, ntualim. U. S. Flyer is Injured. San .\,::io. irx - .i l or aero plane aas : recked.t. in0e u: is ,ccu pants s.uclihtly injried in a fall wesl of i hiiual!:ua. accordFinig to a repr' receivred by G;eneral Fn-;t in. i.iu ti'niants 1il:'s and I)arcu+' \were e' turn-ed from i 'ii;luahua to th, Ani'ri can lin. w;i:,rn tlio accilent iocc'rr, t I Wills' head was intjur'd and on. I1 his ankles ýprain,"dl. T'! vy wal ked rr San .\n;onio T!hy d,-'rv,,id a hal was left of the ima( lirne. Ford Much Interested. New York -He.nry Ford announced here that if Lo, : Enrz it's ,!is'overy of a fluid for fm)':ve powir. f:.- l mN ,as tired up to lt- inv ,ntor . cl.claims r. would buy fr.rn frmuht outrii:h'. IH conferred wE.: Inricht. lt sa.d nc test was mnia.d of th!:' m;x'tri, of a green powdr anil wa'er which En right contcndI, may br used as a sub. stitute for cgasoline. General Electric Busy. New hork.-Exclusive of the spe clal war munitions b:siiness which amount ed to $:.!t9x.0o00) hi, valuo of the orders for electrical apparatus and devices booked by the ;",.nral Electric Company during 191:. ac cording to the annual r.por:. was 5$9S,:t3.591. an increase of $14.tl6;. 370; or 17 per cent over the previous year. British Gain in Egypt. London.-Fight:ng has been resumed In Egypt. where several British suc cPsses have been reported recertly, An official statement says two en. gagements occurred in the Quatia district. The British repulsed one at. tack at Dueider. but a small force holding the village of Quatia was com pelled to withdraw after a sharp fight. Favor Wilson's Stand. Santiaco. ('hile.--The lI;;rto) llus trado. commenting upon 'he situation between the United States and Ger many. predicts a certa:n rupture of relations. The newspaper adds 'hat President Wi:son is proceedlng in ac. cordance with dominat:ng opinion whichicondemns Genrman procedure." Report British Losses. ('onstantlnoplie.-Th IBriish loes tn the battle on the right bank of the Ticris in Mesopotamia on April 17 was more than 4.0,,, killed and wound ed. according to an otcial statement by the War Offic. Oil Leases on Block. Tulsa. Okla.--H-1is'ory in the oil world was made at Pawhuska when 105 oil leases were sold at public afiic tion to oil operators from all parts of the country. Several million dol lars was paid for leases, mnany of which brought real bargain prices. Town Almost Wiped Out. Portsmouth. Ohio. - Fire almost wholly destroyed the town of Otway. seat of Siloto county's tobacco in dustry, causing a loss of $150.000. _~CL~lU--. u ,O0,O0O ASKED FOR WORK ON RIVER MEASURE DEALING WITH MIS S:SSIPPI AND SACRAVEN'O REPORTED TO HOUSE. PROVIDES FLOOD CONTROL Three MII on a Year For" Revetment and $6.000.000 For Lire Work Pro '-ded W.th an Emererncy Fund - of $1.000.000. Wa' .;ngtin --. -:: ..r .I:pr.v,- n p- pr -'v I 0, f, in a bl., 1.;r0. thil repor'ed to ti:. I u- bti ' o ti-'. i 'introl ntrt!n .t.,. I' atppr rli' T45.'.unn,.,t.,,, t',r :h. .l:-s:-. op: ', ", h I, Ittln! f ir 'li S,l(ra':,-e itt) * .i l) ,-r '.ork 'diring the ti.. -- ar pr.,ii T"1:P n:n. a-!Ir,, ini ak,. h:, prt ir ,,. for a f-,e ral water ',iv. tlf t 1.. uit-21h a stecial cabin-' ,-mIiit2:tt..e .r nin(' ."' ld shP oulld bC . ihrn;tl: .(ll " T, ti;stri uti :t: i;p rnorlac '·, ar,' id si,:p r v:"- it -;t' -in ent wa(r I' :".,- -ad t!:th t tli: prop-,sal II.ý!lt b- c n.vid r.t-dl ir.-pe'nd.ntl- lyv iv th!e, t- .:ni ntt.. irI sno more t t-' ::.;r..hen-. of lat1erviax s con trol be ~'ork,,dt out hi' -r. Thre onmrn:',;" ,i opinlIhn. the report. says.l thl.; S o n.a n.,1 al nnl :itll-y -h lidi, he spent for r.tt. ment and $6. Sanniia.vl for I.v.,' construct:an. To fi'i : t at:l t ;he ra ·n, llfltt le adt $1.11i .o a..na'ly a- an .Torron,-v ftlund to 'ake cr, re of any t cani:lparti aotins' a i d n'!:t I ncl ' li .ve to be mil,-. The report saw- that one of the low.r river p-,en:ms for maIny rears has h.e-n pre-ented by the .\t!afalaya on-tle'. -tntd that hr dlvorinrg It frm 'he Mist-s:ppt river approximna'ely 1.5.'o'.' or-r' car he prot,.etdl from 'he Mn-- sippi r:v.-r flIood. lbut that this . :lT nr. os's ito in'r-asineI t' ' crade anti ' , 'i n f t:- l."v-e a.loPne '!:h M: t -as!ppi 1.-low that ottle'. and thereby puti an ad litional buIrd.n upon t h le\ i1 tr.t-' aff,.'i"-d New Or()e-ans alaayvs l.t v irotisly pro te-sted acainsr t!:.. proc. dur,. as thet flood hle l'ts Ith, re o ild probably .', elevatedt two feot by tho c-losure of the Atchafalaya out .t. The repor' point; out that since 12 the -tate.s and lower riv"er levee board- have corntriblutetd $l o' .em for lotvee con-' ruction. Rich Strike in Alaska. Fairl:anks. Alaka -Another rich gold strike has beeoon made in Alaska., accord;in to repor's from the inter ior. llundr ds of miners are stampe. dine to lhoob and Tolstoi creeks In the Innoko listrict, where the pay streaks haL been found. Three r -hat' yielding $2 to 'he cubic foot were r-, ported from Boob creek. Hold Two as BandFts. San An'oni o. T.' --Two men fcv inC: the names of : a harles and William Brown were arrested at ('arkestilte. T-x.. charged 'a thi ,ht' r. bbery of the Fir-t National Bank of Marble Falls,. i'.x.. ani t ,' nmurllder of I'ash:ier Hein atz. on Ue'o", r 25. 191,. $1.000.000 Cotton Fire. Dohraur. .,a.-Sparks from a ne ero's cabin. " h!ei ftll in the yard of th l Gulf I'n:pr-- 'omnpanv here I started a nre. it h ,I.t',royed the compress :t-:d a, i' 1"K.",, bales of cotton [ e,-; , f':c'tt cars also were burned and siv,eral thomtsard bales of cotton dan:'teei. The loss is estimat ed a' ,jI.,0..,0', Ingraham to War Office. Washin.on -T::e Senate confirmed William M Incraham of Portland. .1Me., as assistant secr,' try of war. He will take office at once. Farm Loan Bill Ready. Washing'on.-A bill to es'abllsh 12 regional land mortgaze bank- as part of the administration rural credits legislation program, was perfected by the house Banking ('ommittee and will be urged for passage next week by house leaders. n COMPULSION SILL IN iHOUSE OF COMMONS 'T WAS ANNOLNCED MEASURE WILL NOT BE PRESSED BE CALSE OF OPPOS FION. ý tp-ir n of 1 . H.r -.t r. u t I ., r- : d. . : .u 1 0. t _ t , I i, n 1' r in . : . a i . . t : .. f r " i" i r rat i. t \. . I. I . n I ! '. r that . t , . " t i.'i "' , .I i ~ \ '.i. .' t" . t I: i _ - s , .Il , ' "in " at.i!r ai n t.... er n u ' ' ou' . .. r. p h rt of . i .. tar' in p. .al . ' t appr, "l lby the :im . trv a .ld . arTr. y, . i :i 1. Drops Lax Churchmen. N', t 'ar, Ik i la::ni h" w.xould 'o, hie pl t r Iof a 'ip. r c-i:irch. " 11.-v. i "r J. ".- i AV' . thp.l T . al .nn o inced at a rIn. s"tig of that I n.tarv itaptist I i.uri I t! at ..' ad Trt ckUn fruit 'tie nl ntI er- :p rl.l 1.::::1 r)nUT ouT of a 'ota; of a nuit .:it.i iI. hIad takifn this ' tlon. I-d ,sai,. t ai be , i'.' th - m - ,."rs driopped wp.i' not sl ii,'flr n v ac iv.' in the cuurc :i and did not attend r '-cu larly. Find Igel's Code Book. New York.--The loc u. m i'l sei hed by federal agents wi:-n thKY' ra:, "d the ot.h-e of Wolfe von lg"*l. gained InT Imponrtfan thaOiglh an aIn llif iu mIenT that anion:t thormn was a 1n 'llman codbe book. This codi'. It is said, on loiked valuable informni onl since Imany of the Von le- papers are in cipher. Saw Japs in France. New York --Fred 'on~z n,. an im porter. asiserted on his arrival here aboard the Ron cham-bea that he had T itn'es lnd ties tlTertalnnlent at Mar s.diles two wek am'e- a of :!oof) Japan ese soldiers. H.' did not know whi nth Cr or not they were part of a larger force. United States Invited. Rome --rr erma r Prom ir Lilgi Luz zatti i sued a comnmunication urging that the United States he invited to participate in the coming commorn rl contfrenee in Paris of dt-leurates of the entente allies. For a Closed Siam. Too. Banekok. Siam-The final prohibi tion of public gambling in Siam has been decided upon. The lotteries have already been closed. and tne gambling houses will by shut gradual ly during the next two years. New Withdrawal Rumor. Torrnon. Mex.-Colonel Brown. in Boqu.itla. i. reported here to be ar ranging with General Luis Herrera at Parral by telephone for the use of the railroads to facilitate the with drawal of the American troops. Close Wood Pulp Plants. Stockholm. Sweden.-A large num ber of wood pulp factories in the north of Sweden have been forced to shut down on account of tile scarcity of tonnage and the exorbitant freigh rat-s prevailinlg. Morgenthau Quits Post. Was::,n ,on.-Hlenry Morgenthau. American ambassador to Turkey, has tendered his resignation to President Wilson and it probably will be Sc cevted. NEIL CAML L.\:!AN TI IF Vicksburg Boiler & Iron Works Manufact;t r r, of Boilers, Smokestacks, Breechings and Tanks In 'tc(k for hIn .t .. i< ....nt Boiler Tl'... .l'::f . ' i ! " " ' - . ': W ire, Tu!., E:..: -. ( . : ::-. ':- '. Steel . .t., Ti . - . St Steel l'lang..v. V:' - :,: . : "Repair Work and Satisyint Service our LongSut" Phone 765 VICKSBURG, - -. MIS..ISIPPI PAY BY CHECK Have Your Money in Our Hank and Pay Your Bills With Checks 1st. It is convenient. 4th. It re, uirc: no change. 2d. It avoids keeping 5th. It gives you a business receipts. air. Sd. It pleas-s the receiver. 6th. It establishes a credit. 7th. It gives you a financial standing. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS TALLULAH STATE BANK, TALLULAH, LOUISIANA You Are Not Already Trading With Us, Phone Your Next Order to Number 21 and Give Us a Trial. Agent For Richelieu Pure Food Groceries. , The Best and Not the Cheapest Is Our Motto W. A. GILPIN Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Headquarters for Good Things to Eat PHONE NO. 21 NO. 53 DEPOT ST. Call Telephone 101 For Pressing, Scrubbing & Mending "We Give You Service" Tallulah Pressing Shop O. A. HINTON, Proprietor "p110BT011'S IISIIEIIT 'IP - NEW ORLEANS, LA. Shoult be Irvem the beet tresmliu I prepare them for auccega t bala.h / YOR / igheet Cor ears, Net facitttes. - -- rsa aotrnuction. Free Smpl-I Departmet. Complete College em, CJole Store uad WLoleeale Oeee. merem eeetatioue to aemse at dd entThrough the euceeeo of ita or4000 eomr stdeata. Seul. Colleg o Jseog;crsed e-ry· 4* as a WldqI You Don't Need a Town Crier S to emphasize the merits of your business or an nounce your special sales. A straight story told in a straight way to the readers of this paper will quickly reach the ears of the thoughtful, intelligent buying public, the people who have the money in their pockets, and the people who listen to reason and not noise. Our books. will show you a hst of the kind of people you appeal to. Call and see them at this ofce. Good hard American dol t.ar grow on the THS g tree. THIS PtA R t AD. RESULTS STORE NEWS. and brbg ra tat th-urses houa a yoo we lm an for L' ""a 7" is r, ,:r enein m 0 to DS. SA~Si T!MZB. GET yARRIED ig InvtWoas we bo* the lmtIet ery l$. I -w.44 eno d do beet t- IUeme ma at ti"