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TfieaEmiontPalTaiRum, Sunday, August 5, 1 906.
BAUD CONCERT AT GLEN RAILROAD DEAL IS MADE IMSIDE DOIHGS OF Richmond Tuesday, Aug. A PROGRAM OF INTEREST MORGAN BEHIND IT ALL Circus STANDARD COMY UNDER IMMENSE TENTS ON NORTH NINETEENTH ST. Chicago Press and Public Commend It. THE CARL If A GENBECK ra. THE CIRCUS OF A THOUSAND FEATURES SOMERSAULT Positively the Most r That Ever a , WAHL fl-OCPS. J fmfc&L Ovi Capping all Gaps. I Urf' Tdf Jh. II NOT A MERE ANIMAL SHOW, BUT A NEW AND MIGHTY MODERN MONARCH OF THE ARENIC WORLD. THREE RING CIRCUS AND AN OPULENT AND ORIGINAL EAST INDIAN PERAHERA THE MOST COLLOSSAL AND COMPREHENSIVE AMUSEMENT ENTER- PRISE EVER CONCEIVED. 1,000 People; 460 Horses; 300 Arenic Champions; 100 Hindoos In charge of Prince Kamy.irslnjhi ; 3 rings; 2 Stages; steel arena; Aerial enclave; Hindoo Mela; 4 mile racing course. Two performaces daily, at 2 and 3 p. m. Doors open one hour earlier. Admission to everything, with scat, SOc. Children under 10 years, 25c. Reserved Folding Seats, with admission, 75c. Opera Chairs on grand stand, with footrest, Including admisfion, $1. All tickets at regular prices on sale day of exhibition at Adams Drug Store. Street Parade of Glittering Opulent Splendor at 10 a. m., conditions permitting. : SUNDAY EXCURSION : ....rates.... VIA I Dayton & Western J Dayton and Return, Eaton and Return, - - 11.00 9 .50 4 , Tickets at above pric will be sold every Sunday until further notice. O THE NEW. PHILLIPS VAUDEVILLE THEATER.' O. G .M-JRRAY MANAGER. WEEK OF UJG. 6th 3AILY at 3 and 8: 1a K f... MISS GRAYCE MILLER f Overturn. 3 LEVIN & JACKSON. In a comedy Playlet. "A Matrimonial Fly." 'CLAYTON HUFFORD. Illustrated Songs. j M, 3 J. 13. LENORE . SUSI FUL- TON. The lending exponents of Irish "!oniely. presenting one of their great est hits, ".Mulligan's Maiauerado." 1 TOM MACK. The Minstrel. -EDDIE BARNES & EDWINS KITTIE. In their travesty, The New Ten ant." 2 TWO CLASES. Acrobat. and Foot Postures. i THE PHILOSCOPE. Latest Motion Pictures. SPECIAL- EXCURSION f To Niagara halls August 9Hi VIA the C. C. &. L. and Wabash R. R's. I J $6.50 Round Trip Cood for 12 days. Train leaves Richmond 10:45 A. M. Free reclining chair cars. Richmond to Niagara Fells with out change. Pullman Tourist Sleepers, double berths, Peru to Niagara Fails $1.53. You can't afford to miss it. Make reservations at once through C. A. Blair, P. & T. A. Home Tel. 44. Richmond. GREATER SHOWS Thrilling Thriller Thrilled A HURLING. WHIRLING. TWIRLING f AuroMoaiu. DoivtM by an intrepid WOMAN. 4nooriM6 TnRooon met ukc metsoo. 0 jTmCCOMPUSHIIW A COMPLSTE yy SOMCHSAULT HI MID A WO. TRAINED WILD BEASTS ROUND TRIP -TO- Chautauqua Grounds Heir FranJdin, 0. Via DAYTON WESTERN FRACTION CO. Sellng dates Jul 20th to August 6th. Tickets good returning un- til August 7, 1906. GIB H SCOTT Cte REAL ESTJ LOANS .BROKERAGE ! 29N. 6th St. RICHMOND. IND. O v"? iv m . jN ;.THE PETER JOHNSON CO. 5 w rnn nioni hip'' oTnro r.run UAdULiHC oiuvca v.. AND GAS'GOODS. 0 . - V V W W W W '.; V Cambridge City Band Will Entertain Visitors at the City Park This Even ing and Street Car Company Arran ges to Transport Many People. The Cambridge City band will play tt Glen '.Millar Park thja Evening and! he street 'car company is arranging j carry a large number of people to 'he park. The program follows: March "Salute to the Stars and j Stripes" Chambers ; Overture "May Flowers". .Alexander ; Serenade "Angelic Choir".. ..Myers, Waltzes "Wild Flowers".. . .Keifer; Selection "Impromptu" Dalby ; Sacred "Misslonari" Mille r j Intermission. j March "Gloria" . . . . . . Waltzes "Cuba Libre".. .. Overture "Living Picturen". Selection "As you Like It". . .Losoy . . Shuw .Dalby Drooks i grenade "Loves Rp3poneo" ,.MIU-r Wr-.'t so:; "On tho Misalanlppi Dnnifls March "Salute to .Richmond". .Hall Morris Tilks of Losses. London. A113. 4. Nelson Morris re cently told a London friend that he purchased the John Harvard home at Hr; atford-on-Avon, with the full inten tion of preaentin? it to Harvard uni versity. He hesitated, however, to tender the gift on account of the pre judice lately aroused against meat packers. He seemed to think that for the present he could not giacully carry out his intention. While spe ing of this canned meat scandal, Mr. Morris stated that his firm had al ready suffered a net los3 of $2,000,000 in foreign trade on account of tho outcry raised against the products of Chicago packing houses. No Circus Methods For Army. Washington, Aug. 4. Captain J. A. Logan, Jr., subeistance officer of the army, who. with Major I. Littello, army quartermaster. accompanied one of the large circuses for some time to observe circus methods, re ported that, although discipline and system about the show were admira ble, the equipment used is much heavier than the army can make uso of and the subslsence is not suited to army needs. Colonel Bullitt Dead. Louisville. Ky., Aug. 4. Colonel Cuthbert IJullitt, 97, one of the most widely known Kentuckian3, died here. He was appointed collector of cus toms at New Orleans by President Lincoln, and served in that capacity several years, afterward holding other federal appointments. He was known as a great beau, and was ex tremely particular regarding his per sonal appearance up to last illness. Women Suffragists. Northwest Needs Harvest Hacds. Minneapolis. Minn.. Aug. 4. The farm labor situation in Minnesota is the worst in the history of the state. Fully 15,000 men are needed in Min nesota, Iowa and the two Dakotas and about 1.000 are available. The wages offered by the farmers range from $1.73 to J3 a day and board, but the jobs go begging. Chink Escaped. Norfolk, Va., Aug. 4. Pun Long, a Chinaman from Buffalo, N. Y., en route to San Francisco for deporta tion, escaped at the dock here by jumping from the railing of the steamship Howard, on which he came from Providence. An unsuccessful at tempt was made to locate the China tnan in Norfolk. Ran Into a Blast. Scranton. Pa.. Aug. 4. Jeremiah Wilson was killed and Charles Par rish fatally injured by an explosion in the North End Coal company's col liery. They prepared a blast and lighting the fuse started to retreat to a place of safety. They ran into a blast in an adjoining chamber. Died at Atlantic City. Philadelphia. Aug. 4. William H Hanna. 71, president judge cf the Philadelphia orphans' court, died sud denly at Atlantic City. N. J.. of heart disease. Frisco Loans In Gotham. San Francisco, Aug. 4. San Fran cisco national banks since the earth quake fire loaned in New York on six months' paper $30,000,000 at rates of Interest ranging from 41. to 6 per cent. There is a superabundance of money here and bankers are rinding the New York fftld fertile for short time loans for terms not exceeding six months and with the best of col lateral security. Bankers say that loans for rebuilding the burnt district will be required in the next five or six months. Paper Trust Dissolved. Milwaukee, Wis.. Aug. 4. The di rectors of the General Paper company held a meeting behind closed doors with a viev to winding up affairs as ft corporation in compliance with the decision handed down a few months ago by the L'nited States circuit court. L. M. Alexander, secretary, stated after the meeting that the company ceased to exist, but that one or two more meeting may be held be fore tho final details of dissolution are completed. To Encourage Enlistments. Washington. Auj 4. In the last lssion of ccnTres-? there was some revere criticism of the methods of tho navy in securing enlistments, it being asserted that the pictures of a war RP Rt anchor and trim sailors about Jo po out to her 11 3 launch fired ih? imagination of oung men who found the reality etuite a different thing. Now it is proposed at the navy de partment to encourage enlistments by the ue of moving pictures cf actual scenes aboard men-of-war. Palladium Want Ads Pay. 1 ? 4 -At. Gr ice Hoidiins, in a "Wif-.-'s Secret," at Night. Vaudeville at New Phillips. With three comedy sketches on the program this week's bill at the New Phillips ought to bo one of the liveli est that house has had in many weeks and if advance reports can be relied upon there will be something of real interest doins at tne New Phillips all the time; something that all lov ers of vaudeville will want to see and that will bet the business no matter how hot it may be or what the coun ter attractions are. The first of the three comedy sketches is a playlet put on by Levin and Jackson, enti tled "A Matrimonial Fly," the second is by Lenord and Fulton, among the leading exponents of Irish comedy, whose offering is "Mulliban's Mas querade," and the third is by Parties and Edwins, who have a travesty en titled "The New Tenant." In addi tion to these, Tom Maeke, the min strel man, has a pleasing offering, the Two Closes will appear ;is acrobats and foot posturers. Clayton Ilnfford will sing two new illustrated songs and the Philoseopp will show motion pictures right up to the minute. All told the bill looks mighty good on pa per and it is believed this will be borne out. when the performers ap pear on the New Phillip stage. "A Wife's Secret." "A Wife's Secret." Spencer and Ahorn's successful offering, an emo tional drama of life of today, will be the attraction at the Gennett Thurs day night, August 9th. The manage ment claims for it all the elements that go to make up a pleasing and successful presentation for the pa trons of melodramatic plays humor, pathos, heart interest, comedy, hu man nature, thrilling scenes and in teresting developments, and their claims are borne out by reports of con temporary critics wherever "A Wife's Secret" has appeared for two years past. Its salient feature is that it ex emplifies tho old saying that "Every cloud h.'is a silver lining," for it tells a story of a young wife whoso happi ness has been rudely shattered by false accusations, causing her to be driven from the fireside of her hus band and little child, but who turns from the careless, unsophisticated girl-wife she was, into a strong self protecting woman, and in her battle against the world and Its calumnies, wins out in the end. and is reinstated in tho happy home she loved so dear ly. It is a play that teaches every man a lesson, and appeals most stron gly to the heart of every woman, through its simple truthfulness and fidelity to nature, and its realistic pic ture of life as it is today. It has been splendidly staged, from a scenic stand point, and every artist engaged in its portrayal lias been selected for his or her special fitness for a certain role. Train Kcboery In Kussia. Warsaw, Awz. !. A telegram from Libau savs train robbers between Li- bau and Haffpot stole $40,000 of gov ernment money. Eieht passengers were wounded in defense of the train. Among them were the consul general of Brazil, M. Yon Rupnivski, and a German named Crimdrr.ann. TrepofF For War Lord. St. Petersburg. Aug. 4. General TrepoiT will be appointed minister of war succeeding General Rudger. M. Goremykin. v.hj v.ji premier from May 2 to July 22. left St. Petersburg and has 30:10 abroad. Strike Zndcr! !n Finland. HeL-in::Yrs. Finland, Aug. 4. The strike of -yes or" street railroads and factories bore is over. All the leaders of the Socialist red guards were arrested and the organization broken u;v Jr.il Delivery Frustrated. Warsaw, Aug 4. A plan to liberate political prisoners here was betrayed to the authorities. Several civil ser vants an arres:e i i-e.iicemcn implicated were Imported Japanese Fans. A set of four very attractive Japa nese fans issued by the Chicago & North Wcs'ern Railway sent to any address sec-ire'y packed en receipt of 10 cents to pay postage. Address. A. H. Wagener, Trav. Age, 215 Jacksun Blvd., Chicago, 111. 2-Zi 1 il ill IJ I il4; J AT THE THEATERS i I v -t s N ? 1 4 . jr tVN the Gennett Theatre next Thursday Brown Crushed by Well Merited Criticism 'jr OU young scoundrel!" exclaimed the unwilling father-in-law, Mr. Drown, when the eloping couple presented themselves for paren tal forgiveness and a place to live. "You conscienceless scamp! You stole my daughter away and disregarded all the conventionalities of society. And jet you ask forgiveness!" "You old scoundrel! What did you do?" retorted the new son-in-law. "What did you do? You let us elope and did not pursue us on horseback with a shotgun. You have shattered all the traditions of elopements apd have blasted all the romance of the affair for us. We might as well have got married to the rumty-tum-tum of the church organ and let you pay the bill. You haven't a spark of appre ciation in your makeup!" Crushed by the merited criticism, the fath-in-law invited them in to sup per, for they were rather hungry. Baltimore American. A Parisian Happening. Yvette Gilbert, the noted French ac tress, at a dinner in New York had been complimented rather awkwardly. "Your intention was not bad," said the actress, good humoredly, in her quaint English. "But you were awk ward; I will admit that. "So awkward you were that I am re minded of a happening, a Parisian happening. Listen; this is It: "A Parisian gave a dinner. All the world was there. Jewels glittered on white tluoate. Orders and ribbons crossed white shirt bosoms in a word, elegance complete. "And after dinner, when the ladies had gone upstairs, the men, over their coffee and cigars and liquors, talked, as men will, of love. "And all of a sudden the host cries in a loud voice: " 'I will tell you, gentlemen, this is the truth: I have kissed the dainty Japanese girl, I have -kissed the south sea island maiden, I have kiseed the slim Indian beauty, and Uio girls of England, of Germany, even of Amer ica. I have kissed, , but it is most true that to bies.my wife is best of all.' "Then a young man cries across the table: " 'By heaven, sir, you are right there!' "New York Tribune. Perfectly Fearlea. Madam (engaging new maid) Very well, we will pay you $12 and, by the way, are you superstitious? Maid Not at all, madam. Why, I wouldn't be afraid to accept $13! Not Mentioned. "You haven't mentioned in your pros pectus any of tho difficulties that this Invention may encounter." "Certainly not." answered the pro moter. "It is my business to exploit its advantages. Its difficulties will be discovered by the investors." Wash ington Star. ot ss Ornament. Tlioneb. The nervous young man backed into the nearest chair. The fair girl glared at him. "You're a bird," she cried sarcastically. "Why er what?" he gasped. "You're on my hat'.'' she fairlj shrieked. Minneapolis Journal. Xet Much Tiiere. "Yes," said Mrs. Starven. "he's a millionaire now and they say he rose from practically nothing." "Yes." remarked the sarcastic board er, -that's what I rore from at the breakfast table this morning. Phila delphia Tress. Rnbrtpf. Most of the mediaeval manuscript have the Important initials in red ink; hence aroe hn trm rubrics from ru brica red Palladium Want Ads Pay. Hocking Valley and Kanawha Lines Merged Will Make a Railroad Ss-, tern that May be Termed Formid abls The Roads' Finances. Publishers' Press New York. Aug. 4 J. P. Morgan & Co.. acting at the request cf the stockholders of the Hocking Valley Railway company and tho Kanawha j and Michigan Railway company, gave ! notice that they have prepared a plan, j for the consolidation of those com- ! panies, and will act as managers in 1 carrying the plan into effect. It is proposed to authorize the con solidated company to issue 4 per cent 30-year gold bonds to the amount of $30,000,000 and stock to the amount of $13,750,000 It is proposed to re tire the $15,000,000 preferred swx-k outstanding of the Hocking Valley company and to exchange its $11,000, 000 of stock for a similar amount of the stock of the new company. The plan also provides for the taking over of tho stock of the Kanawha and Michigan company as follows: To give $2,694,000 of the new company's stock for $4,490,000 of the stock of the Kanawha and Michigan company now in the hands of the public and $56,000 for the Kanawha stock held by the Hocking company. Moors Threaten France. Tangier, Aug. 4. Highly sensation al reports are being received here, causing the utmost excitement. Al most hourly comes information from the interior of the rapid spread of a violent anti-French agitation. The rebels are concentrating their mili tary contingents around Marake:;h (Morocco City), the southern capitol, and there is no doubt that a formida ble coalition of semi-independent vas sals has been formed. They are clam oring for a holy war and urging tho viceroy, Prince Abdul-Hafed, to pro claim himself sultan. Tho situation is more critical than it has beeu. for SO years. Want Aikin Tax Cut Down. Cedar Point, ()., Aug. 4. Dudley Wayne, former member of the legis lature from Cincinnati, and Henry Thompson of Toledo, a brewer's rep resentative, are said to have been hard at work among the members of the Ohio general assembly during tho reunion here endeavoring to start a movement for tho reduction of the Aikin saloon tax from $1,000 to $500. The argument advanced by the liquor men is that the $1,000 tax is putting many saloons out of business and is unjustly heavy. Threats of political antagonism are also mado. A QUEER STORY Told New York Police "by Italian Who Claims He Was Kidnaped. New York, Aug. 4. Pasquale Gro co, 33, who was reported several days ago as having been kidnaped by a Black Hand gang, was found in a hallway on Eleventh street gagged and blindfolded, and with his feet and hands tied. He told the police that since Tuesday night he was a pris oner of several Italians, who gave "aim neither food nor water in tho 80 hours of his captivity. Eugene Duche, a tailor, who informed the police of Greco's presence in the hallway, was arrested on suspicion of kjaowing something about the kidnaping. Attore Rlccl was arrested Aug. 1 on a charge of accepting a bribe of $500 to prevent the death by Black Hand methods of Alfonso Schettini, an Ital ian grocer, and his friend Greco. Ric ci then told tho police that Greco was kidnaped and detectives were started in search of him. Greco told the po lice that five men seized him at mid night and placed him in a cellar, the location of which ne does not know, and kept him there until he was re moved to a hallway -still gagged am5 bound. Greco said he would know three of the men who kidnaped him. The suspicions of the police that Greco's story would bear investiga tion were aroused by the manner in which he was found, the marks of the ropes indicating that he was not long a captive. A piece of rope similar to that with which Greco was discov ered In Duche's pockets. SHANKS SHUNTED Public Printer at Washington Is Held Responsible For Results. Washington, Aug. 4. After dismiss ing W. A. Miller from the government printing office the public printer also dismissed Milo Shanks, foreman of 1 the second typesetting division. The j case of Shanks furnished the presi- i dent another opportunity to again ex-j press himself regarding the conduct i of the government printery. Shanks ! complained to the president that he j had not received fair treatment and the president's secretary wrote Mr. Stillings that inasmuch as he is j charged with the administrative de tails of the office the president won id j not interfere with him in his efforts j to put the government printing office j on an economical and efficient basis, i or in securing proper discipline j amone employes. "What the presi- ; dent expects is results, and he wid ' hold you responsible therefor. In the J uuuimug oi results you tiii dui 00 Interfered with." Pattison's Will. Eatavia, O., Aug. 4 The will of the late Governor Paulson W33 filed here for probate. It gives $1,000 to the Ohio Wesieyan university for a fund in the aid of indigent students, and a like sura to the village of Mil ford to aid in establishing a library. The remainder of the estate goes to his widow and three children equally, except t.at the widow is given the home at Milford aud $10,000 for keep ing it in order. His regard for the home is shown by the expression of a wish in the will, that it may be kept as a home for any or all of his chil- Qranrj JUrjeS Are tO PrODO Re- lations with Railroad Corporations. A SENSATION PROMISED INDIAN A RAIROAO MAN SUMMON- ED TO APPEAR BEFORE CHICA. GO BOARD OF INQUIRY TO TELL WHAT HE KNOWS. Publishers' Press Chicago. Aug. 4. Henry C. Barlow, formerly president of the Evansvilld and Terre Haute railroad, was sum moned to appear before the gKind jury, which will investigate the Standard Oil ermnany's relations with various railroads centering in Chicago. Among other railroad men sum moned were F. P. Austin, acting. audi tor of the Kvansville and Terra Haute, and John J. Duck, assistant auditor of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad. For nine years Mr. Barlow was president of the Kvans ville and Terre Haute, which road. 11 is claimed, is largely controlled by Standard Oil interests. He -was alsa traffic manager of the Wisconsin Central railroad, which, it is. said, is practically owned by the Standard Oil company. Barlow's knowledge of tho trans portation' of oil by tho two roads-mentioned, believed, will bo ofgTit value to tire government iu' the -forthcoming ; investigation. Wanted as Witnesses. Tittsburg, I'a.Aug. 4. William M. Henry, deputy -United States marshal, returned from a tour of the oil coun try, where he served a score of sub poenas on independent oil operators to appear at Jamestown, N. Y., and testily in the suit brought by the United States district attorney 0! that district against the Standard Oil company. The independents sub poenaed are E. K. Allen of the Cora Planter Refining company; U. G. Ly ons, Congwo Refining company; C. W JanHeson, Warren Refining com pany; George Muir, Glade Refining company; Herbert Eaton, Superior Refining company; Ijevy Smith, Tiona Refining company; W. J. Day, Iewia Welz, Prnna Refining company; Charles L. Suhr, Germanla Refining company; D. C. Byley, Independent Refining company; James Bassett and A. L. Conger, Crystal Retinlng company, and Superintendent Mclia tosh, Eclipse Refining company. Salesman Shot Interloper. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 4. When Owen Nisbet, reached home after a trip on the road he found Charles Brown in n room with his wife and Immediately opened fire, shooting Brown in the leg and hip. Brown be gan to run and fell dead off a brtflgo near by. Nisbet, who is a traveling salesman, was arrested and commit ted to jail. Brown is one of the best known young men in the city. Mrs.. Nisbet is very attractive. Automobilista Injured. Jamestown, N. Y., Aug. 4. Henry St, Germaine. and Charles Hambley were badly injur d in an automobile acci dent here. The machine collided with the iron bridge on Fairmount avenue. St Germaine is tin a crRical condition. Hambley, who was driv ing the machine, had his nose broken and sustained other injuries. The au tomobile, which belonged to. Herman Grcesbcck of Pittsburg, was rujoad. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Headquarters for fine per- fumes. In addition to al(rthe popular odors we hav the exclusive sale for X Thclma, Dorothy 1 Vernon, Lady Alice Rose of Sharon J u. QUIfiLEY y BABYLON PrescriDtltian Druqqists. I ' M " - 415 N 8th. Phone 143 Opyi aiyday Sunday. j :-----"i-r V -5-S- !- T n S.U0TT Q.JQKES CABINET JHAKERS fine furnitsre Repairing ir V tend Prtifshinn i 3 Mfssioif Stles Made f 0rder" Prompt Attention Given. ShoD 9 S. 6th. Phone t2I9 C Pluramer & Harris 9 South Sixf f 4 St. CARRIAGE and REPAIR' WORKS trimmin&, painting backsmithing wooDjfoax RUBBER TIRING