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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, May 25, 1906.
Page 7. .- r, I Twice Daily 2:30 P. M. ' 8:30 P.M. PROMPTLY TWO DAYS Starting Monday, May 28 COR. 18th AND The exhibition beautifal. A SEBBEL B I Rtp!etwith new ideas, new paraphernalia, new acts, $ and 1 200 i ANIMALS, the-' handsomest and most highly ; editcajked ever, assembled under one management. An ? exhibition .that appeals to all classes, a perfect fairyland ; of 'delight fori' the children j Watch for the Street 100 Thoroughbred Ponies 25 Monkey Doors Open at 1:30 and 7 p. m. GENNETT THEATRE VAUDEVILLE. IRA SWISHER, Manager. ' WEEK OF MAY 21. Dally at 3 and 8 p. m. PROF. GU3 FREDERICKS ' Overture. FRED WYKOFF & CO. Comedy sketch, entitled "Plain Folks." One of the biggest laugh ing acta In Vaudeville. , - 2AM PA. The Musical Drummer Girl. DE VARO & CURTIS. Comedy, Acrobats, Ring and Bar Artists. ERNEST RENK. Illustrated Songs Only a Message From Homo Sweet Home", "Don't Cry Katie Dear." HARRY JOLSON. . J Singing and Talking Comedian. FRANKLIN JEROME & CO. Protean Actor and Crayon Artists. MOTION PICTURES. , "The Great Sea Serpent," Moving Day" or "No Children Allowed." THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. Q .MURRAY MANAGER. WEEK " OF MAYi"21tv" .. DAILY it 3 and 8 P. M. v '.'.X AMISS GRAYCE,MILL'ER, Overture.',.' h) ' - B CASAD 4. De VERNE. Musical Comedy Artists. C MISS LEONA THOMPSON. Illustrated Songs. DTOT YOUNG. Comedian Banjo Wizard. E LEON . BERTIE ALLEN. Presenting their Musical Coruady Entitled "A Girl and a Man." F MISS ALICE HAMILTON. Character Artists. GCHAS. & MINNIE BURROUGHS In "A Domestic Blizzard" introduc Ing their comedy. Piccolo and orig inal songs. H THE PHILOSCOPE. Motion Pictures. Week of May 2Sth--The premier Ventrtloqucst; Parish presenting his famous funny figures; the two Alets, High class character artists; Ames & Feathers, premier Equilibrist and clev er acrobats; McKee and Van, singers and dancers, another feature act. (DOOOOOOOOOO O CREAM TO WHIP O O EXTRA' HEAVY. TRY A PINT. . PHONE, 292. O O HADLEY BROS. O OOOOOOOOOOO , That you try Richmond Ex port Beer and let it do the con vincing that it is the perfect kind for you. , THE rlNGK BREWING GO. New ,Xliotie 4a Notice. Reduction In Price of Mileage on the Dayton & Western Traction Co. The . Dayton, and , Western , Traction Company will sell mileage books good fori the . individual purchaser at ll&c per mile,' good for three months. r ; , : . . . lo-m DimpJyJl PRICES Children 15c Adults 25c MAIN STREETS POKIY perfa.'tartice incomparable Parade: Each Day 75 Wonderful Dogs Comedians Performance one hour later. End-of-the-Week Rates. Chicago and North-Western Railway From to nearby summer resorts Tickets at special low prices on sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday, good un til the following Monday to return Other low rates In effect dally. For tickets, rates and booklets giving full InfAmatlon, apply to nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Kniskern, P, T. M., C. & N. W. R'y Co. Chicago. 25-5t Lake Geneva Summer Train Service Via the Chicago & North-Western R'y is now in effect Including Saturday afternoon train leaving Chicago 1:00 p. m. and Sunday Train leaving 8:00 a. m. For tickets, rates and full in formation apply to your nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Kniskern, P, T. M., C. & N. W. R'y Co., Chicago. $12.85 Chicago to Marquette, Mich., and Return. Via the North-Western Line. $14.25 Ashland, Wis., and return These special low round trip rates are in effect every Tuesday, with return limit 21 days. For tickets and reser vation, apply to your nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M., C. & N. W. R'y Co., Chicago. 25-5t $35 Round Trip Chicago to Denver, v Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Via the Chicago, Union Pacafic' North-Western Line. This low rate is In effect the first and third Tues day of each month. Other low rato tickets $30.00 round trip, daily, beginn lng June 1st The Colorado Special only one night to Denver, leaves Wells Street Station 7:00 P. M. Another excellent through train leaves at 11:00 P. M.. For tickets and full information, apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A. II. Waggener. Trav. Agt, 215 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. 25-5t THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION GO. In effect May 5. 1906. Subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE AM rt.50 7.05 H IH) AM 7.:o e.oo AM" Rlch'd M 8.(10 and 8.(W 8.41 8.58 o.o-;u.oo .6T 111.58 Katon Ar W.Alex " Dayton " 8 42fevery 8.58 hour lO.wo 1 2.15 10.txliintll iio.copi.uo NEW PARIS BRANCH (through service) 1 Leave Richmond for New Paris. 5:50, 6:45, 8:20, 9:20. 10:00. -'.11:20. m., 12:20, 1:20, 2:20, 3:00, 4:20, 20. 6:20, 7:20, 8:20, 9:55 and 11:00 P. M. Transfere at New Westville. , Direct connections at Dayton with "Lima Limited" trains for Troy, PIqua and Lima, leaving Richmond at 5:50, 9:00, 12:00 a. m., and 3:00 p. m. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P., C. C. & St. L. for points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cin cinnatl Northern It. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with elec trie lines diverging for Troy, Piqiii. Sidney, Lima, Xenla, Springfield, Co lumbus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further information call Home Phone 269. Arrangements fo" parties, special cars, etc., call phone or writs C. O, BAKER, O. F. and P A.. West Alex andrla, O. MARTIN SWISHER, Agent MEATS, MEATS .MEATS. If there is anything choice, rars. or scarce in the meat line, you want, call up Schwegman's Meat-Markets. Both Phones 359 and 10S4. 24-2 Open Air Services. Commencing June 1, Sunday even ing open air services will be held at the East Main Street Friends church when the weather is favorable. This is a new step among Friends but it is 'thought that it will prove popular. 'f;HKiV' ft MRS. AZBY AUGUSTE CHOUTEAU, There are few American cities with a that of St Louis. It Is composed in French who settled the city and of the old a leader of this set both In her own right lineal offspring of the man who founded St may assure social position, but In this case SEIBEL'S DOG SHOWS CONES TO RICHMOND NEXT M0NDA The dog and pony show is headed this way. It is a new one, a big one, and a gerat one; that Is according to all reports. On Monday and Tues day of next week Seibel Bros.' Train ed Animal exhibition, the latest as pirant for dog and pony show fame, will give two exhibitions dally Rich mond. This dog and pony show has never visited Richmond before, this being its first annual tour through Indiana, but that it is one of the very best shows of its kind on the road Is vouch ed for by long and creditable crltl- Vaudeville at the Gennett. Beginning next Monday night Man ager Swisher will inaugurate a double night performance in vaudeville in the Gennett, the firs tat 8 o'clock and the second about 9:15. This will give all those who have not an opportunity to attend one performance a chance to attend the other. During the sum mer many prefer to spend the early part of the evening on the street or in other pursuits and to go to the theatre about 9 o'clock. To all such the change will be very' welcome. The change In program by which the mo tion pictures are brought nearer the middle of the program is a pleasing one. Tomorrow a good bill for next week will be announced. Patronage this week has been very liberal. Vaudeville at the Phillips. This week's bill at the New Phil lips has proven a strong one with lov ers of vaudeville, as it offers a pleas ing variety and has en especially at tractive turn In ths work of Charles and Minnie Burroughs. A whole vol ume could be written about that man Burroughs. For one think he says he does not like "sun-oaked" Indiana and he is anxious to get back to his summer home In trie East, but this season he will have but eight weeks rest and will not get home until about time to celebrate the Fourth of July. From Richmond the Burroughses go to Springfield and Chillicothe, where there are Sun and Murray houses. Next week's bill at the New Phillips is partly outlined in the display ad vertisement elsewhere. "THE WHITE CITY" The "White City" at Broad Ripple near Indianapolis is the greatest and grandest pleasure resort in Indiana and just opened to the public with all modern attractions. The special attraction for Sunday May 27th, will be the first trip of the wonderful Air Ship "White Eagle." This will be the first ascension of any air ship in Indiana. Indianapolis and Eastern cars make direct connection for these grounds. For further information inquire of lo cal ticket agent. 25-2t PROF. HOLE IS NOMINATED Richmond Man is Named as State Ge ologist on the Prohibition Tick et Named at Indianapolis. The Prohibition State Ticket, which was nominated this week in In dianapolis, includes the name of one Richmond man, Prof. Allen D. Hole, of Earlham College. The complete ticket stands as follows: Secretary of State A. L. Crim, Crawfordsville. m Auditor of State William H. Kel lar. Corydon. Treasurer of State Charles M. Lemon, Indianapolis. Attorney General C. F. Holler, South Bend. V Clerk Supreme Court Daniel E. Spelcher, Urbana. Superintendent of . Public . Instruc tion W. O. Bailey, Angola. Geologist Allan D. Hole, Earlham College. Statistician Dr. .Millard F. Gerrlsh Seymour. . AT THE THEATERS ) ST. LOUIS SOCIETY LEADER. more exclusive aristocratic set than large part of the descendants of the southern families. Mrs. Chouteau is and because of her marriage to the Louis. Either blue blood or beauty the two are combined. cisms In other Indiana dallies. Seibel Bros, began their season in Milwau kee, Wis., this year, under the auspi ces of the Humane Society of the state, ana over 4u,uuo people were m attendance during the week. Seven weeks spent in the larger cities of the South resulted in a turn away busi ness at every nerformance. which is a triumph never before recorded in tent show history. There are about with the Seibel outfit, and the ring per- loo.uoo persons, wno are naturany foods and medicines as may be latny sos formance is said to be the wonder of Proud of a language that is their ex- poctod ofconta JnJn he'jou fng ,.u,u-a ,oHci fnr i' t imiit ai. dicnts complained of. Recognizing this eveiy suowmau, aim me ueugiiL OI every spectator who has seen it. "SHAKY HILL" TREMBLES. Walter Wood, who owns and has lived on what is known as Shaky Hill farm for almost eight years, says that last Friday night was the first time they have felt any shock, says the Cambridge City Tribune. 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Etiquette Amou Forest Ranftn, While In the forest reserve In which we hunted I met several of the forest ranger, all of them .intelligent men. 6omo with college education, men vfca seemed peculiarly adapted to their calling, who knew the mountains thor oughly, handy with an ax and gun and full of resources. A degree of ethics obtained among the sportsmen, guides, trappers and forest rangers that was interesting. When any one goes to ft deserted cabin, in most of which would be found food, bedding, a stove, etc., it Is proper form for him to stay nli night, eat all he can put away under his belt, if in dire need divide any sup ply of tobacco and matches he may find, but he must take away nothing else, since to carry off an article of lit tle value, such as hammer, hatchet, pinchers, snow glasses, screw driver, tish hook, pipe or other similar articlo might Inconvenience the owner greatly when he happened along and wanted them and was forty miles or more from a source of supply. If a belated wan derer fails to wash the dishes and leave a supply of dry wood sufficient to build a fire and cook a meal he is at once tabooed and his companionship is not sought after. Northwestern Sports man. Tlie Slse of tlie Son. The sun, provided we measure only the disk seen with the smoked glass, Is 8GG.000 miles In diameter I. e., 103 earths could be comfortably ranged side by side across the disk. To cover the surface would require many thou sands. To fill the interior we should need 1,300,000. On a smaller scale we might represent the sun by a ball two feet In diameter and the earth by a good sized grain of shot. Let the sua be hollowed out, then place the earth at its center and let the moon revolve about it at Its real distance of 240,000 miles. There would yet remain nearly 200,000 miles of 6pnce between the moon's orbit and the Inclosing shell of the 6un. Indeed to journej from one side of the sun to the other, through the center, would take one of our swift express trains nearly two and a half years. So vast a globe must be heavy. Since its density is only one-quarter that of the earth it only weighs as much as 332,000 earths, or two octll- lions of tons. The attraction of gravity on its surface would cause a man whose weight was 150 pounds to weigh two tons. Laagnnse In France. There are several districts in France where the very ancient tongues still survive. Basque is spoken by nbotit , -" ery other spoken tongue, and the as- sertiou is commonly made that to un derstand it one must hare learned it in the cradle. This peculiar property gives in the mind of tho Basque people support to their belief that it was the language of Adam and Eve. The same claim is advanced, though, for Breton. The Romans when they conquered Gaul compared Breton to croaking of ravens. About a million people speak Breton. Then there are Flemish, still spoken by a comparatively small num ber In northeastern France, Catalan In the Pyrenees-Orientales and Langue- doc audi Provencal, whose gradual ex tinction has been delayed mainly by the efforts of a few literary enthusi asts. Ancient Roaea. Flinders Petrie, tho archaeologist, while excavating among some ancient Egyptian tombs, found a wreath of roses which had been bound into a garland and buried with the dead thou- sands of years ago. M. Crepin, the bot- anist and micro3copist, made a care- ful examination of this queer find and prepared a paper on it which he read before the Royal society of Belgium. From this paper it appears that in places where the flovrers were matted together they still retained their color as well as a very faint odor. The species to which they belong is now ex tinct, but a rose resembling them in several particulars Is still grown in Egypt and Abyssinia. "A Ear Bodkin." "Bare" means "mere" as well as "naked," and I cannot doubt that by "bare bodkin" Shakespeare meant "mero hr1L-ln " fh nnint of tlie nnssnere being with how contemptibly small an instrument we could, if we chose, put an end to life and all Its bother. "Bare" probably was used instead of "mere" ror tne sane or euective aiuiernuon. A. HI .U AAUliilV. k, KJ.. & v w'U.u' Richard H.'s "little pin," III, 2, 1G&.) For "bare" in the sense of "mere" 1 need cite only "bare Imagination of a feast." London Notes and Queries. sunday excursion Rates VTA Dayton & Western J Dayton and Return. Eaton and Return, - - 11.00 .60 4 Tickets at above price will be sold every Sunday ontil fcrther notice. 4 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR Chicago, Union Pacific & Noth-West-1 ern Line. Twelve exclusively first class per sonally conducted parties will leave Chicago, under the auspices of the Tourist Department of the Chicago. Union Pacific & North-Western Line, July 7th, July 18th, and August 4th, for Colorado. Utah. Yellowstone National Park, Portland, Puget Sound points, The Yosemite, San Francisco and Southern California. All expenses of the journey are in cluded in the initial cost, AH ar rangements for hotel accommoda- tions, train schedules, etc., are pro- vlded for in advance. Write for itin eraries and full particulars to S. H. Hutchison, Manager Tourist Depart ment, 212 Clark St, Chicago, 111. (may 20-tft The Kind You Have Always Bought and whicli lias been. in us for over 30 years, lias and has JS7.A :- son.il r-CcccAZi Allow All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-jjood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTOR! A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium' Morphine nor other Narcotie substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys TVornis and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "IVind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, GENUINE .CASTORIA - ALWAYS i Bears the The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CCWTAUM COMPANY. V MUMKAV THCCT. NIW TOK OfTV. HABIT-FORMING MEDICINES AND DRUGS. Whatever mav ba tha fart as to manv of the so-called patent medicines con taining injurious ingredients as broadly published in some journals 01 more or less influence, this publicity nas certainly been of great benetit in arousing needed attention to this subject. It has. in s An jiiArnhlA mAaeiita factl 1 tA1 in T n 4k most intelligent people avoiding such fact some time asco. Dr. Tierce, or liuttaio. . Y., "took time by the forelock," as St were, and published broadcast all the ingredients or which his popular medi cines are composed. Thus he has com pletely forestalled all harping critics and all opposition that mixht otherwise be urged against his medicines, because they are now of knowx composition. Fur thermore, liom the formula printed on every bottle wrapper, it will be seen that Lnnan mprtlr-rnA pnnt.nln nn n.lrnhnl nr other habit-forming drugs. Neither dol they contain any narcotics or injurious atrenta. their Ingredients beinir nurelv vegetable, extracted from the roots of medicinal plants round growing in the depths of our American forests and of well recognized curative virtues. Instead of alcohol, which even in small portions long continued, as In obstinate cases of diseases, becomes highly objec tionable from its tendency to produce a craving tor stimulants. Dr. Pierce em ploys chemically pure, triple mined glycerine, which of itself Is a valuable remedy In many cases of chronic disease, being a superior demulcent, anti-septie, anti-rermeni and supporting nutritive. It enhances tho curative action of the Golden Seal root. Stone root. Black Cherry- oarK and Jf looaroot, contained in"Uoiden Medical Discovery," in all bronchial, throat and lung affections attended with severe eoughs. As will be seen from the writings of the eminent Drs. Grover Coe. of Now. York; Bartholow, of Jefferson Medical College, fhlla.: eudder. of Cin cinnati; Eiiingwood. of Chicago; Hale, of Chicago, and others, who stand as leaders in their several schools or nrac tlce. The foregoing agents are trie vary Dest Ingredients thaT Dr. Fierce could have chosen to make up his famous Discovery" for the cure of not only Druncniai, tnroat and lunn atiections. but also or chronic catarrh in all its various forms in whatever part of the system located. Bv readme the writings of these em I nent medical men contained in the little booklet recently compiled bv Dr. it. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., which will be sent free, on request by postal card or letter, addressed to him, as above, the reader will nnd that ail the several native, medicinal roots entering into the uolden Medical Discovery," as also into S? F?ttS5? & ments. are very highly recommended and praised as cures for diseases for which r- Pi?i advises these famous medl- cines of his preparation. Dr. Ellinewood says of Golden Seal A W V VT UlvU CD U 1 UJ 1 7171 bail V S IJt$ I II in ooth "Favorite Prescription- and JIJS"1 important remedy in disorders of the womb." tie continues "in all catarrhal conditions, especially in flabby, muscular relaxation and general enteeblement. It is useful." Prof, fccudder. iato of Cin cinnati, says of Golden Seal root, In rela tion to its general effect on the system, tw,rc 19 no vicdlctne in use nbout which there la uch neneral unanimity of opinion. It is unirersallu regarded as tlie tonic, useful in all debilitated states." Dr. Bartholow savs that Golden Seal root is "valuable in uterine hemorrhage (bleeding), hemorrhagia (flooding) and congestive oysmcnorrncea; painrui men struation)." Prof. John King, author of the Ameki cas DisPEirsATOKV. says di Black Cohosh root, anothr Ingredient of "Favorite Pre UTSl'S MUSIC STORE Carries an entire line of McKinley 10c Music Seclections from the "Ginger Bred Man sold here. May Etudes now on sale. Phone 581 New. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. borne .the signature of been made under his per- snnervision since its infancy. no one to deceive tou in this. Signature of scription." (n dysmenorrhea (painful periods), it is surpasses oy no otner arug, being of the greatest utility In irritative and congestive conditions of the uterus and appendages characterized by tensive, dragging pains resembling the pains of rneumawsm. lie continues: -it is good remedy for the reflex (side acnes) or unmarried women." lie also recom mends it for uterine leucorrhoea, also for sterility. lie further says, "its action is slow, but U effect are permanent," He also recommends this agent lor &w Vitus' dance, alio for manv rheumatlo conditions, as does also Hobart II. Hare., M. D., professor in the Med. Dept., uni versity or Pa. Other agents entering into the "Favorite Prescription" are equally praised in the little dook oi extracts iroin firominent medical authors whose pub Ished works are consulted by physicians of all the several schools to guide them la prescribing.. "Golden Medical Discovery " as also Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription may be relied upon to cure all the diseases and more than all that their several Ingre dients are represented as curing, by the above eminent physicians, jor tney are so compounded that each Ingredient acts In harmony with all the others, and also enhances their curative action. They may be taken conjointly in alternate doses with great advantage. The most intelligent people are fast coming to the conclusion that it does not pay and is not safe to resort to medicines of doubtful composition when there are . those In tho market every ingredient erf which is published on their wrappers anff which are so strongly praised and en dorsed by scores of those most eminent in the medical profession, etecret meat cines can. of course, have, no such pro- feaelonal endorsement. In favor of Dr. Pierce's medicines fa the frank, confiding, open, honest state- vm. , Vi n ! w nil MwiRAlHAn .lirln ever ingredient in plain Engliah, with out fear of successful criticism and with confidence that the good sense of the afflicted will lead them to appreciate tnis honorable manner of confiding to then; what they are taking Into their stomach! when making use of these medicines. Dr. Pierce feels that he can afford Ui take the afflicted Into his fall confidence and lay all the Ingredients of his medl' cines freely before them because these ingredients are such as are endorsed and most strongly praised by scores of the most eminent medical writers oi an tne several schools of practice as cures for the diseases for which these medicines are recommended. , . Your druggists sells the Favcwt; Presciuption" and also that famous alterative, blood purifier and stomach tonic, the "Golden Medical Discov ery." Write to Dr. Pierce about youf case. He is an experienced physician and will treat your case as confidential and without charge for correspond ence. Address him at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical .Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., of which he is chief ccnsultina physician. It is as easy to be well aj ill and much more comfortable. Constipation is the cause of many form of illness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. They are tiny, sugar-coated granules. One little "Pellet" is a gentls laxative, two a mild cathartic All dealers in medicines sell them. A good, medical book, written in plats English, and free from technical terms is a valuable work for frequent consulta tion. Such a work Is Dr. Pierce's Com mon Sense Medical Adviser. It's a book of 1008 pages, profusely Illustrated. It is given away now, although formerly sold in cloth binding for S1.30. Send 21 cents. In one-cent stamps, to pay for cast of mailing only for paper-covered copy, addressing Dr. E. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. : or 31 cento for an elegantly elotav bound copy. 519 Main St.