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Tne Richmond Palladium, luesaay, May zy, isuo.
Twice Dally 2:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M. PROMPTLY TWO DAYS Starting . Monday, May 28 PRICES Children 15c Adults 25c COR. 18th AND MAIN SEBBEL i mmm.miuiuii'.. STREET? I bros j no The exhibition beautiful. A perforrnancencomparabfe - Rcplctt with new ideas, new patapfyfrnalia, new acts, and 200 ANIMALS, the handsontpstr and most highly educated ever assembled under olermansgement. An exhibition that appeals to all clas&M,a perfect fairyland of delight for the children J J & Watch for the Street Parade Each Day -100 Thoroughbred Ponies j 75 Wonderful Dogs w " 25 Monkey Comedians & Doors Open at 1:30 end 7 p. m. Performance one hour later. GENNETT THEATRE - lVAUDEVIl.l.Ei. IRA SWISHER, Manager. WEEK OF MAV 28TH. Daily 3, 8 tf 9:20 p. m. PROF. GUsREDEFUCh3 OvytUJH. ANNA BARTONANNA BARTON & CO. Jl.ES HELD. rman Dialect Come- Professor and the Eccentric dians. In "Th Scrub Lady. The Stories Iind Sousa, D Novel Illustr : Mamma fA . ft I f II 1 EF 1 McDERMOTT, Tramp." In Songs and Burlesque Imitation of lORE & DARRELL, . Change Act. INE8T RENK, Id Songs "Will I Find My "here," "Pack Among the Clover and be Bees." ETHEL GILKEY, Vocalist. - THE O'KURA WONDERS, Japanese Marvelous ' Foot Balanc ing and Jugglers. MOTION PICTURES, "The Bicycle Robbers," "The Newsboys."1- ,,.-,-,... . THE NEW PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER O. Q .M JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF MAY 28TH. DAILY at 3 and 8 P. M. A MISS GRAYCE MILLER, Overture. B McKEE & VAN, Blackfaced comedians, singers and Dancers. C MISS LEONAfTHOM Illustrated SAigs D THE PRE QUI8T PA Presenting Figures. E 2 A LETS High Class tlsts, Introd ing and Con F AMOS AND Comedy, Acr G SPECIAL, Original Bootblack Quartette Ell Broulllctte, 1st tenor; Arthur CarUoofi 2nd tenor; Max Hayes, bassJCbas. "Weber, baritone. Comedians, Dancers and Singers. H THE PHILOSCOPE, Latest Moving Pictures. ER VENTRILO- SH s fFamous Funny Facter Change Ar- lg , singing, danc- Juggllng. tATHERS, fats. ooooooooooo O CREAM TO WHIP O O EXTRA HEAVY. O - TRY A FflNT. O PH0)JE,g92. O HADLllY BROS. o o o o oooooooooo cl try R and lei ichmond Ex it do the con- s tne oerfeot That y port Beer vincing th mm Kina tor y THE MINCK BREWING GO. New Phone 4 a If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads "ay which most Deonle will iarfffs Rofnro wnn thPAm rbl IWUIM UVIVI Vl JjVU II II U W ie Palladium aside, look over 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 daily. For tickets, rates and booklets giving full info-matioo, apply to nearest ticket agent or address W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M., C. & N. V. R'y Co. Chicago. 25-5t Lake Geneva Summer Train Service. Via tho 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, rate3 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. 25-5t $12.65 Chicago to Marquette, Mich., and Return. Via the North-Western Line. $14.25 Ashland, . Wis., and return. These special low round trip rates are ia 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 $25.00 Round Trip Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Via the Chicago, Union Pacaflc & North-Western Line. This low rate is in effect the first and third Tues day of each month. Other low rate tickets $30.00 round trip, dally, beginn ing 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. H. 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 Rleh'd IM Knton Ar W.Alex " Dayton " 5.50 7.05 8.00 AM . 7 AO 8.06 e.no A M 8.00 8.68 and 8 42tevery hour 10.00 'until F5T 8.00 8.41 8.58 10.CO PM 0.0 9.67 10.' 11.00 11.00 11.65 112.15 NEW PARIS BRANCH (THROUGH SERVICE) Leave Richmond for New Paris. 5:50, 6:45, 8:20, 9:20, 10:00, 11:20, a. m., 12:20. 1:20, 2:20, 2:00, 4:20, 5:20, 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 cinnati Northern R. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with elec tric lines diverging for Troy, Piufa, Sidney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield. Co liunbus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further information, call Home Phone 269. Arrangements to parties, special cars, etc., call phone or write C. O. BAKER, Q. F. and P A., West Alex andria, O. MARTIN SWISHER. Agent Good Show Next Season. Manager Swisher's plan of a double night bill, inaugurated last night, proved quite popular. There was a good sited audience at the Becond per formance. . Manager Swisher Is al reading lining productions for next season, one of the best he has so far secured, being "Forty-Five ' Minutes r f HI Hfc 'S, I n mm ffiiHn r mmm'-it i -''''Ay H"" A MISS ANNA CATER, SOUTHERN BEAUTY. Mis3 Cater, who is one of the belles of Baltimore, belongs to a family long socially and financially prominent in the Maryland city. In addition to their city home, where they entertain extensively, the Caters have a fine country place on the Old York road, a short distance out of Baltimore. SEIBEL SHOWS FILL THE BILL Excellent and Up-to-Date Per formances Delighted Good Sized Crowds. . ANIMALS ARE MARVELS SHOW AS MUCH PRECISION IN IN GOING THROUGH THEIR ACTS AS MEN SOME OF THE FEATURES. From the first entrance of the dogs, ponies and monkeys in the sawdust ar ena at the Seibel Animal Circus, until they disappeared behind the curtains leading to the "dressing room", the performance was one of merit. Sel dom has a tented attraction come to Richmond that has given such univer sal satisfaction. Not only were the children amused at the matinee per formance yesterday but last night when many "grown up" people were there as the chaperons of little ones, the enthusiasm was just as great as It was In the afternoon. There seems to be no limit to the possibilities of ani mal education as exemplified in the Seibel shows. The dogs and ponies do everything but talk. "Sport," canine bareback rider, sends "Jem", his pony steed, gal loping around the ring, and as the lit tle pony speeds at its best, the dog turns flip flops, balances on one leg or stands on his fore feet. "Rags," the clown dog, really is a clown. He enjoys the laughs of the children. Once in a while little "Don" the tumbling dog, gets jealous, when "Rags" receives too much applause. Then there is a fight. Once in a while the management is forced to ask the audience to be less noisy in its ap plause for the clown dog, as the other dogs are jealous. "Jem" and "Major" are two ponies that rival each other. It Is difficult to choose between them. It is needless to say that the children go wild over both. The Seibel brothers' show will con tinue today with afternoon perfor mance at 2:30 and night performance at 8:15. CASTORIA Fo T. Jnts and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of WERE RELEASED ON BOND AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett. Anna Barton and Jules Held, who appear under the name of Anna Bar ton and Company, close the bill this week at the Gennett in vaudeville and they leave the audience in the best of humor. They put on some ec centric German dialect comedy, the vehicle employed being entitled "The Professor and the Scrub Lady." In this they show not only ability to pro duce the comic side of the German but also show musical ability. The O'Kuras, Japanese foot balancers and jugglers,' are perhaps the best in this line that have ever been seen at the Gennett. One of the most interesting of the acts. is the use of a long lad der that O'Kura balances on his feel, while his assistants mounts It and performs at , the height of several feet in the air. Delmore and Darrell are not' unknown to Gennett patrons and they received a welcome. Their "Sweetest Girl in Dixie" is as popular as ever. Ethel Gllkey, vocalist, sings to good effect. She has a most musi cal voice and a charming stage man ner and presence. The motion pic tures which are now brought early on the program, are this week highly interesting, showing a spirited race after a bicycle thelf and the experi ences of a newsboy in New York. Mr. Renk is provided with two pleasing illustrated songs. W. J. McDermott, tramp, makes' good In songs and sto ries. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Enthusiasm of a marked nature greeted the Original Bootblack Quar tet at the New Phillips last night. This is a special engagement of much interest' The quartet, composed of youngsters, not only sings well, but dresses up its numbers with a line of nonsense that makes them highly amusing. They were recalled sever al times. Parish, the ventriloquist, with his funny figures, is one of the most clever In this line and his work was well received. This is anothfr bright spot on the bill. Ames and Feathers, comedy acrobats, are far above the average in this line and the comedy portion is not tiresome, as is sometimes the case. McKee and Van, black face comedians, singers and dancers, open the bill. Their danc ing Is especially worthy of mention. The two Alets, change artists, singers dancers and jugglers, the illustrated songs and motion pictures round out the bill. PROMINENT WORKERS. Many Sunday School Men to Speak at State Meeting to be Held in June. Howard Viekery and Thomas Vo vault Who Were Charged With Assault and Battery. Howard Viekery and Thomas Vo vault, of Centerville, were In the city police court yesterday charged with commiting assault and battery upon George Moore, marshal of Centerville. Moore was not dangerously injured, but he was not able to appear yes terday and the case was not heard. Both defendants were bound over to the circuit court under $500 bond and were released. Was Not Injured. Harry Minor, one of the partici pants in Saturday's biciycle road race was not Injured in the mix-up that occurred at the finish, as was re ported. Minor was thrown from his wheel but escaped without injury. The front wheel of his bike was dam aged but the bike was not demolish ed as reported. Palladium Special Marion, May 28. The leaders of Sunday school work from all over In diana will be here June 19-20-21. It Is the time of the forty-second annual convention of the State Sunday School association of Indiana. Among the speakers on the program are Rev. John H. Vincent, D. D., Bish op of the M. E. church. j Rev. B. W. Splllman, t. D., fieW j secretary of the Southern Baptist con ! vention. Mrs. J. W. Barnes of Newark, N. J., leader of the primary and Junior work ers in all the Sunday schools of North America. Rev. Herbert Monlnger, Sunday school editor of the Christian Stand- hard Publishing Co., of Cincinnati. Rev. Neil McPherson, D. D., of Tab ernacle Presbyterian church, Indianapolis. T1 KiRl Vaa Htw tiwrB6gM Beartta Col. Margetts Tomorrow. The Salvation Army Divisional Of ficer for Indiana, Staff Capt. Atkins, and the Provincial' Young People's Secretary, Staff Capt. Marion Evans, will introduce to the Richmond pub lic tomorrow night the National Young Peopler's Secretary, LleuU Col. Margetts. A program Interesting to . young people has been prepared. The ! lecture will be at Grace M. E. When you place your O. K. on anything yoa are winirg-ffstand by ytrar nark. When the NAT I O NALJJtffU IT COMPANY" puts this trade mark in red andjjja!e on each end of a package of Biscu4, Crackers ojyKers it has affixed its final O. K. which aljsciutelyjfrantees the contents of the package t" be thVvejuperlative of excellence. To learn what this trade mark really means try a package of GRAHAM CRACKERS or SOCIAL TEA BISCUIT. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY THE TIDY TADPOLE. ITott This Cerfnl Little Cannibal Rata and Develops. A wonderful spirit of tidiness seems to pervade the tadpole world. They always eat whatever has become use lets their own eggs, their superfluous companions. Even those who are only weakly are cleared out of the way and the victims take it all as a matter of course. I have disturbed a strong member of the community Just as he had begun to dine off the tail of a weaker brother, but the sufferer has not troubled to escape he simply wait ed till the fratricide returned to com plete bis deadly work. For some time there Is no grave change In the tadpoles. They simply grow and become so far transparent that their Internal mechanism, which consists of one coll of Intestines, Is plainly visible. When, however, they are about three months old a careful observer cri distinguish a tiny foot on either side of the base of the tail. These grow slowly, but seem unable to move independently until shortly before the border land is passed which leads to perfect froghood. The hind legs have reached their full size before th front ones appear, and, while the feet grow slowly, the hands are ready made and caa be used at once. For a day or two they can be seen under the skin before they venture forth, and their possessor is very restless and ex cited. He rushes madly about, jost ling his comrades, and no doubt being voted a bore; then a more vigorous ef fort breaks the skin and the tiny hand and arm appear. There seems some rule about the order of precedence here, as there is when tb whiskers go, for last year my tadpoles, almost without exception, had their right hands some hours be fore the left, while en previous occa sions I have had an entirely left handed crew. Chambers' Journal THINGS THEATRICAL. Thomas Q. Seabrooke retired from the cast of "Mexlcana" and has been replaced by Louis Harrison. It is said that President Roosevelt and Kaiser Wilhelm are satirized in Sousa's latest comic opera, "The Free Lance." Edna May has arrived in London and started rehearsals of the new mu sical comedy In which Charles Frob man will present her at the Vaudeville theater. Hattle Williams, who this season Is appearing In "The Rollicking Girl," is to be presented in a new musical com edy called "The Little Cherub." The opening will take place in New York next August. E. H. Sotbern and Julia Marlowe will probably be seen in a dramatic version of "Tristan und Isolde." Mr. Sothern has long desired an opportu nity to Impersonate the famous Ar thurian knight, and Miss Marlowe has been equally anxious to portray the beautiful Irish princess. ARMY AND NAVY NOTES. The latest French cruiser has been named the Ernest Renan, a fact that would . amuse the famous man If he were alive to know it. Germany's army on a peace footing has 03,000 horsSs with the cavalry and 36,000 with the artillery. Every horse in the German empire is registered and available for service. The Japanese army is recruited by conscription, but only twenty-five of the strongest and healthiest are pick ed out of every hundred men called up for service. The remainder are sent Into the reserve. The question ' is being discussed in London whether the war department or the navy department has the legal right to buy and operate airships for fighting purposes. Some suggest a new department of national defense the "aeralry." THE FLOWER GARDEN. The Kenllworth ivy makes a beauti ful, graceful trailing plant for a basket or for drooping from a box on a banister. Those who have little time to devote to the cultivation of flowers should plant biennials and perennials. Many of them are very attractive, and none requires much care. Flower seeds should not be sown thickly, as crowded plants are Invari ably thin and weak. Either sow apart or thin out. as -each plant must have full space for development. The oriental poppj is a very desirt able hardy herbaceous plant for the flower and shrubbery border. The flowers are brilliant scarlet; six inches In diameter and are borne on stems two feet high. Philadelphia Press. DR. J. A. WALLS THE SPECIAL! SLAt Home Office, 2 VS. 10th J Mondav. Tuordav. Friday and Saturday each week. Consultation and One Month'sJrreatment Free. DC TDClTC CfirrCCCCtTf I V H fqsma of Chronic Diseases that are UC IKEA 13 jLLLtfJJrtJLLl cnl6V Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Bladdel RheumaJJrsm, Dyspepsia and all Diseases of the blood, Epilepsy (or falling fits, UCancercrofula, Private and Nervous Dis eases, Female Diseases, Night Losses Losjf Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer years, Piles, Fistula, Fissoee!nd Ulceration of the Rectum, withou ' detention from business. Rupture Positively Cured and Guaranteed. Office, No. 2 1 South Tenth St., - RICHMOND, IND. Bears th y?'"B V"IU luu Wl QTC Thi Kind You Have Always Boup $1.00 R?S?D TO CINCINNATI VIA G. G. & L. R. R. SUNDAY, JUNE 3 WML BASE BALL Cincinnati vs ' 8t. Louia. Double header, 2 games, one ad mission. Numerous other at tractions. Trains leave Richmond 9:05 a. m. Returning leave Cincin nati 7:00 p. m. For particulars call C. A. Blair, P. & T. A. Home Tel. 44. (SEW mm NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given hat sealed . . . proposa.. will be received At the office of the Board of Public works of the City of Richmond. Indiafca, until 10 o'clock A. M., Friday jne 15th, for the furnishing of Coal for the use of the City of Richmond, 200 Tons Canbondal ed at the Crematory., 150 Tons Poqohant Mine Run or Lump. at the City IBuild Houses. 8,000 to 10,000 Yoni Steam Coal, Nut and Slack to be delitered at the Mun icipal Electric Light & Power plant The Board reservls the right to re-. ject any and all bl Any further information can be had by addressing or calling on the Board of Public Works. JOS. S. ZELLER, JOHN F. DAVENPORT, WILLIAM H. ROSA, Board of labile Works. may 29 and June 5th follows: to be deliver- or New River be delivered lgs and Hose (5rc3norBlacEs ICEO OR HOT. . Invigorate and refresh brain and body. An easily oftalned luxury. ' One teaspoonful makes two oupa. There are 200 cups to th pound. Are sold loose or In ssaltd "pack ets by Great Atlantio A Paelflo Tea Co., 727 Main.' 9 A WELL DRESSED Mill about io mucJT 1 matfrl rkfn 11 rjffitlpo tjood ti aen you r hands in M w There fa nothing aboutJoe clothe which counts 1gf so mucjrasithe'flt. When you putfcood maiXriaJinto the' hands of a porlworkprji' it's.'a waste' of goods. WhfenBrou ot poprjmarlaf into the harts Q afood tailor. It's waste of tAlor. WvjVien you put good material lato thtT hands of a good workma i amcc Scully 922 Main Ot. DR. HAMILTON inf IT XI Tn T NORTH TENTH STREET XX u-I l II Uu U The Central South The abode of Soft Winds, Persistent Sunshine and Gentle ; rains; the land of Beauty, Bap pin ess, Flowers, Contentment ' and Health. Throughout this wide area fertile land ia yet to be had si from a Northern standpoint VERY LOW PKICE8. . From some of this land an average, of $416.95, net, wu made last year on Strawberries. From Cantaloupes $250.00. Peaches, Apples, Grapes, return handsomely. Cattle need but little winter feed. . , , Write me for Facts and Figures. G. A. Park, General Immigration and Industrial Agent Louisville & Nashville R. R XOUISVIIXE, KV. ihe classified advertisements. from Broadway. - thurch. All . are invited. -rr -Palladium Want Ads Pay.