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TRe Richmond PaHadhim, Wednesday, October 17, 1908
Page Three, IKnslhi WEEK'S OFFERINGS GENNETT Tonight "The Love Route." Friday "Babes in Toyland." Saturday (afternoon and night) "The Warning Bell." PHILLIPS. AN week The Orpheum Company. Stock "The Love Route" Gennett. "The Love Route," a play by Ed tvard Peple, that is to be seen here this evening was produced for the first time in Chciago on August 26th, with this cast: Mr. James llappington, the presi dent Mr. George Woodward. Mr. Carver, the secretary Mr. Herbert Ay ling. Major Polk, a director Mr. Arthur L.. Cogl.zer. Herr Augus Bluedelkopf, a director Mr. Elmer Booth. Mr. Topham, a director Mr. P. G. Ifearn. Mr. John Ashby, the engineer Mr. Ormo Caldara. Billy Ball, the survivor Mr. Walter Thomas. Tim, the office boy Mr. Jiquel Sa moe. Miss Ollene Houston, the boss Miss Odette Tyler. Miss Lily Belle Hazel, the visitor Miss Olive May. Milly, the mute Miss Lily Carthew. Mr. Harry Marshall, the foreman Mr. H. S. Northrop. Ki-yote Jim, the right bower Mr. J. C. Marlowe. Charley, a cowman Mr. G. O. Nicholls. Frank, a cowman Mr. C. E. Lark. Shorty, a cowman Mr. Jones Bcb3t. Manuel, a cowman Mr: B. A. Pryor Chip, a cowman Mr. James Pinat sky. , "The Warning Bell" Gennett. A story full of heart in terest and MOORS THREATEN FRANCE WITH WAR Preparations for Great Upris ing in Morocco and Al geria Being Made. AGITATORS ARE AT WORK. FRENCH GOVERNMENT ORDERS THE CONCENTRATION OF MILI TARY FORCES ON THE MOROC CAN FRONTIER. Paris, Oct. j imminence c a formidable native rising in Morocc and Algeria is growing. The FrencI military authorities in Algeria are ii a state of apprehension. The com mander of the troops in the district of Ain-Sefrea has cabled to the minis ter of war, saying that the prepara tions among the Moors for a holy w;-; are proceeding imergetically. Mouly Abou, a cousin of the sultan of Mo rocco, has visited all the tribes and has induced them to cease their inter nal quarrels and prepare to take the field in the middle of November.. A point for concentrations has beeS qfes-J en on the ady Ghir, where arms are being collected. T'l? Borisu'l tribe Strip Your w It Keeps Out the Do it Before Winter. Do it Now ! Scene from "The Warning Bell" bubbling with fun , and humor. It f--ils with the home life of the "long suore"' folks of New Sngland, bringing out all their quaint and amusing char acteristics and telling a tale of love intrigue, hate and cunning that stands without a parallel on the sage. No play has ever come out in this country that had so many new and original ideas in it. No play ever drew'a more vivid life picture of a peculiar and interesting people. It is fnteretsing and amusing from the start to the finish, and at the same time abounds in surprises and startling climaxes that raise the audience almost to their feet many times during the evening. There are six splendid comedy char acters, any one of which is worthy the best efforts of a star; so one may see at a glance that the comedy element is the brightest and most amusing. "The Warning Bell" will be pre sented at the Gennett Theatre next Saturday matinee and night. Repertoire at Phillips. Few, if any repertoire companies playing at popular prices at the New Phillips have given better satisfaction than the one now there the Orphe um Stock Company. It is composed of actors who are devoted to their calling and who make up a company that is well balanced and suited to support. Mr. Arthur Chatterton and Fi t ,. , at Tafilelt, v. arc ig the fiirmer to join in th moverue.it. No reinforcement of troops will 1j dispatched from France to Algeria f o the present. The measures to be tr! en will be confined to some concentre tion of military forces on the Moro: can frontier, in order to prevent in cursions from th direction of Mo rocco. In the absence of Interior Ministt" Clemenceau, who is making speeches in the south of France, the session of the cabinet was devoted to minai questions. Foreign Minister Bour geois reported the successful conclu sion of the treaty of commerce with Switzerland, and the minister of the colonies explained the chaotic condi tion of affairs at the court of King of Annam, and the measures contem. plated in order to prevent any further atrocities on the part of Than-Thai, who recently ordered seven of his wives to be executed and looked on with delight as they were slowly tor tured tn ffth. New Advisory Board. Williamsburg, Ind. .Oct. 16. (Spl) The Republicans of Green township met in convention Saturday afternoon at the town hall for the purpose of nominating an advisory board. F. S. Reynolds presided and Dr. W. M. Helm was chosen secretary. The fol lowing men were nominated: Dr. W. M. Helm, Columbus Reynolds" and Harvey Davis. ,TJie JPaHadiuh-ijjives a dollar each week for the best piece of new "tit oed off" to it. E MEAT (COAL Doors and Winpws So at the Gennett Saturday Night. Miss Marie Freck, soubrette. This af ternoon the company will, present for the second time "For Home and Hon or," last night's acceptable bill, and toniaht the ottering will be "The Church Across the Way." In pre senting both repertoire and vaude vllle. the Ornheum company has a decided advantage as it is able to draw patronage not only from the lov ers of one or the other style of amuse ment but from both. Daily matinees are given. "Babes in Toyland" Gennett. Hamlin and Mitchell's "Babes in Toyland" will be this season as it was last, without any doubt, one of the biggest drawing cards ever known m the world of theatricals. It comes to the Gennett Theatre next Friday night with many of the original players. including Gus Pixley in the cast and the same beautiful production. , The extravaganza is so sprightly, so won derfully full of melody, color and ac tion that the interest is sustained for three solid hours. It is one of the very few musical pieces which will stand not only a second but a third and fourth hearing. Victor Herbert's mu sic never becomes tiresome, Glen MacDonough's book is never dull, and the surprise furnished by that prince of stage managers, Julian Mitchell, are original, entertaining and novel. WILLIAMSBURG. Williamsburg, Oct. 16, (Spl.) Ar chibald Price of Richmond spent sev eral days here last week on business. Fred Pearce made a business trip to Muncie last week. Linden Kenworthy. of Orleans, Minn., is visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Kenworthy. Mr. Kenworthy is one of the prosperous merchants of the great Northwest. Mrs. Martha Fenwick of Cham paign, 111., and Mrs. Mary Cornelius of Muncie who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ladd returned home Wednesday. Miss Olive Cooper of Indianapolis who has been the guest of Omer Pearce returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Winfield Hotchkiss and Mrs. Mary Bellis who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis return ed to Martinsville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Blair enter tained last Sunday Messrs Byram Blair of Lynn, Blair Converse and James Craighead of Richmond. Miss Hazel Davis visited relatives at Richmond Sunday. Arthur Hotchkiss of Earlham visit ed Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Davis Satur day. Mrs.' "Vernon Reynolds visited rela tives at Fountain City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Asher Pearce and Mrs. Grant Watkins spent Monday at Richmond shopp'ng. Mrs. Oliver Liebolt visited rela tives at Richmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Franklin and children and Mr. and Mrs. James Ladd were the guests of Prof, and Mrs. .Lewis Campbell at Richmond Sunday. . R. F. Davis of Richmond spent Sun day here visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Davis. and Dust S.. 1 PALMA SPELLED SPAIN III CUBA Capt. Cook, Counsel to Cuban Junta Discusses Causes of Recent Outbreak. PLANNED 11 MONTHS AGO. I THE REVOLUTIONISTS PROTEST AGAINST APPOINTMENT OF PALMA'S FOLLOWERS TO OF FICEHARSH ALLEGATIONS- jvew York, Go. 16. Taking to 1 self the credit of having accomplishe the fall of the.PaJma government i Cuba, the revolutionary junta in th' country will now. according to Caj tain Cassilly Cook, counsel to th Junta, proceed to secure some of th fruits of the revolution in the form t fflce for those who took up arms. Captain Cook said: "The tru causes leading , up to the revolutio have never been fully told. The revc lution was planned 11 months ago ani last summer in Atlantic City it wa: decided by a number of Cuban sym pathizers to start the ball rollinr Palma was but. another. . name, fo Spain. Having fought hard and sir fered bitterly to overthrow' the rul of Spain, we found .ourselves still rule over by Spaniards. Palma has nun: erous followers of Weylej- in his se vice and it was gall to the patriots V. see their former tyrants still fatten Ing on the land. . These creatures c Palma had aided the Spanish caus-. and many of them, were prepared t leave Havana in the event of the elet tion of General Bartholomew Massr the choice of the Cuban people foi president in opposition to palma. "The revolutionists intend to pr sent Governor Magoon proofs of im mense stealings in contracts and pre test will be made against the appoint ing to office of any of the men wht were guilty, we claim, of participatior in the stealings. We intend to pre sent the names of honorable men anf patriots for appointment to the cabi net." Captain Cook served as captain li the First Ohio infantry during th'3 Spanish war and wa3 counsel for Gen eral Leonard Wood when the latter was governor frn"-al of Cuba- Helena, Ark.. Oct. 16. The ce! brated peonage prosecution her reached a conclusion. The jury in th damage suit against the wealthy farm er, Musgrave, of Mississippi count; Ark., brought by two white girls, Mi; Vitt and Miss Emmons, both of St Louis, returned a verdict. Damage were assessed in favor of Miss Vitf for f 625 and in favor of Miss Emmons for $1,000. Counsel for Murgrave sayfc he will pay these amounts. The plain tiffs originally began prosecution against Musgrave under the peonage law, the charge being that he had kept the girls in bondage after induc ing them to come from St. Louis. Discovery of flaws in the peonage in dictment led to the substitution of th damage suit THE HALL OF . FAIVfE. Matthew J. Steffens of Chicago is dean of the Chilean consuls in the United States, having represented that country for fourteen years. Henry FitzRoy of Greenwich, Conn., celebrated his seventy-ninth birthday recently by showing his assembled grandchildren how to dance Irish reels and highland flings. Spain has in a way on her hands now four queens the reigning Queen Ena. ex-Queen Christina and Isabelle and the wife of the pretender, who claim? to be the real queen. C. F. Reeve, a Philadelphian, has been appointed inspector of cements and asphalts In the District of Colum bia. For e number of years he has been connected with the bureau oi highways in Philadelphia and is a chemist. Bennett Corbett, an enthusiastic English golfer, who died recently, left this In his will: "I should wish a 3 cup to be given to the Chester Golf club, to be competed for on the day o: my cremation and on the six followins anniversaries." Colonel Edwin T. Cowell of Dorches ter, Mass., recently elected president of the United States Veteran Signa! Corps association, is a great-grandson of Deborah Sampson, the only woman regularly enlisted as a soldier in the war of the Revolution. Dr. F. H. Cowen, the famous com poser, was a young man of only twenty-five when he wrote the music of "The Better Land;" he is now over fif ty. During the intervening years he has written much beautiful music, but nothing from his pen has obtained the worldwide renown of this simple bal lad. George F. Pollock, recently appoint ed assistant commissioner oftbe gen eral land office in Washington, did not have even a primary school education until he was over nineteen years old. Now, while still quite a young man, he is receiving SSo.OOO'a year for purely Intellectual work. His father was a. coal miner with a large family. The Duke of Wellington, who recent ly celebrated his fifty-seventh birth day, is Prince of Waterloo in the Neth erlands. He is Duke of Ciudad Rod rigo and a grandee of the first class in Spain and Duke of Victoria, Marque? of Torres Vedras and Count Vimier in Portugal; also Earl of Mornington and Viscount Wellesley of Dangac Castl in Hie Irish peerage. Oppositcs. W h.ve the lcJy bachelor Of high acd lovely srade. ' Then why net a3 hr complement Tie masculine old maid? - , SHE WAS RIGHT, AS USUAL Hlffirln Find It I to Arrae With His Wife. Higgins is very fond of his wife, but sometimes they have little .scrappy ar guments. In which Higgins Invariably "comes out second best, though he hates to admit it even.to himself. Not long ago Higgins thought he had "got it on" Mrs. Higgins at last so surely that she wouldn't have the last word. He came home one evening with one eye all red and inflamed and not In the best humor on that account. Mrs. Higgins became all concern. What on earth, is the matter with your 'eye, Henry?" she inquired, sym pathetically. "Cinder," said Higgins shortly. "Let me get it out for you." "Already out." "Well, let me put something on it," "Don't need anything on it." "Well, at least I'd bathe It in salt water." "No; Just let it alone, and it will get well of itself." "Henry, do let me bathe it In salt water for you." pleaded Mrs. Higgins. "Don't want any salt water oa it, I tell you. The best thing to do for a sore eve Is Just to let it alone," said Higgins authoritatively. The next day the eye was still In flamed, but Higgins resolutely declined to let any one "fool" with It. That afternoon he went down to the beach with a gay party of friends and dis ported himself with them in the surf. swimming and diving to his heart's content. At the breakfast table the next morning he noted with surprise that his eye no longer troubled him and seemed entirely well. "You see now,'' he announced tri umphantly to Mrs. Higgins, "my eye is cured already, and I didn't do a thing for It -either." "Tea, you did." returned Mrs. Hig gles calmly.- "Yoo did exactly what I told you to do." "I did nothing of the kind. I didn't touch it, and as a result my eye Is al ready the same as ever. I tell you there's . nothing like letting things alone." t'Didn't you go in the surf yesterday afternoon?" Inquired Mrs. Higgins sub tly. "Yes. But what"3 that got to do with my eye?" said Higgins belligerently. , "Everything. The salt water cured it, just as I knew it would," ended Mrs. Higgins. with decision. Higgins stalked from the room, bang ing the door behind him in disgust. His wife was right again, as usual. New York Press. The Sneeteit Meat. When Uncle Silas sat down to supper one evening his wife Chloe had a nice dish of savory fried chicken for him. The old man's eyes sparkled and his mouth watered as he gazed fondly at the tempting viands, and he could scarcely wait to invoke the divine bless ing. After an eager mouthful or two he looked overt his wife. "Wha' yo' done git dis yer fowl, Chloe?" he asked suspiciously. "I done buyed hit outen a wagon," she replied with honest satisfaction. He smacked his lips several times as If to be assured of the taste. "Urn; urn," he said critically, "I wuz a-t'inkin' hit didn't somehow tas'e ez sweet ez dem yar pullets Eph'um done fotch in de udder mawnin'." It is hardly necessary to state that Ephraim hadn't bought his. Judge. Sttll Bitter. "Well," said he, anxious to patch up their quarrel of yesterday, "aren't you curious to know what's in this pack age?" "Not rery," replied the still belliger ent wife indifferently. "Well, it's something for the one I love best in all the world." "Ah, I suppose it's those suspenders you said you needed!" Catholic Stand ard and Times. . A Regrnlar Holmes. Husband Y'esterday you sharpened your lead pencil. - Wife Yes. How did you know? Husband This morning I tried to shav myself. II Diavolo Rosa. Dashing; Romance. He (sentimentally) The eyes, you know, are the windows of the soul. . She (flippantlj-) I suppose that ac counts for their frequent glassy stare. Baltimore American.. Prtrteulonal Etiquette. The Undertaker (who meets the doc tor on the steps of a hotel) After you, sir! Black and White. Its Dfstlngraiahed Company-. Bordentown. N. J., once kept distin guished company. The ex-king of Spain and Naples, Joseph Bonaparte, lived there for sixteen years upon a magnificent plantation called I'ointe Breeze, now vanished from the world of real estate. Lake Villa is still stand ing, where Bonaparte's daughter dwelt with her husband. Prince Qfarles of Canino and Musignamo, ami" Linden Hall is in good preservation, where an other prince lived. Chati Lucian Mu- rat, nephew of the ? s. whose wife tauht board: in Borden town. Ar-7f-"- Artificial he 20th Century fuel. 10-tf jjfpoieon ntchool V DOCTOR'S ALL AGREE THIS TIME. 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No atdicineiWr Nr is the " Discovery w so good for a sudden attack of acuteugh, brfr frr thefngering, obstinate. hang-on-coMrbT ac compsnn;; c-tOrrhal thToat. jaryrfgnj spd bronchial affection?, it i mr eflicaciousremedv. Incases accompained with wasting of flesh, night-sweats, weak suifalpoor digestion with faulty assimilation, and which, if ncg--lectedpbadly treated are apt to lead to consumption, the nDico very" has proiCa'wonderfuIly successful in effecting cures. Besides curin? all the above distressing ailments. th"Go!den Medical Discovery " is a specific tor all diseases of the mucous mem ora rips, "a rftTArrli. wrir-mr i,r ir.-? or ihm vie orgn. Lven in us ulcerative stages it vvui yiCTd to this sovereign rem edy if Its use be persevered in. In Chronic Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Dis covery" for the necessary constitutional treatment, to cleanse the passages freely two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course of treatment generally cures the worst cases. If you have bitter or bad taste In the morning, poor or variable appetite, coated tongue, foul breath, constipated or irreg ular bowels, feel weak, easily tired, des-, pondent, frequent headaches, pain or dis tress in "small of back," gnawing or distressed feeling in stomach, perhaps nausea, bitter or sour "risings" In throat after eating, and kindred-symptoms of weak stomach and torpid liver, no medi cine will relieve you, more promptly or cure you more permanently than Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Per haps only a part of the above symptoms will be present at one time and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach. Avoid all hot bread and bis cuits, griddle cakes and other indigestible food and take the "Golden Medical Dis covery " rasrularly and stick to its use until you are vigorous and strong. Foul, impure blood can be made pure bv the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It enriches and purities the blood thereby curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and other cutaneous affections, as eczema, tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other manifestations of impure blood. In the euro of scrofulous swellings, en larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old sores, the "Golden Medical Discovery "has performed the most marvelous cures. In cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers, it is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pierce's All-Itealing Salve, which pos sesses wonderful healing potency when used as an application to the sores in con- lunction-witn tne use oi "troiaen aieaicai IJiscovery " as a oiooa cleansing const tntionai treatment, u your a ikm t happen to have Salve " in stock, you can easily prjffre it bv enclosing fifty-four cents iapostago stamps toll)r. R. V. Pierce)( Main St., Buffalo, Jf- Y., and it wiUmie to you by return pft. Most dupPgists keep it as well as tie "GoldeoHedical Discovery." Not only doesflTe wrapper of every bottle of Dimlmlrce's Golden Medical Dis covery, the famous medicine for weak stomach, torpid liver or biliousness and all catarrhal diseases wherever located, have printed upon It. in plain English, a full and complete list of all the ingredi ents composing it, but a small book has ..The Prescription P-tC Storc. W. H. ROS& 'PHONE 77. Try Ross' CarboJIzed Cream for rough NEW PHILLIPS THEATER O. G. MURRAY, Week of ORPHEUM STOCK COT, PAW Y Supporting the Young, Romantic act charming soubrette. Miss Marie Free k. HIGH CLASS REPERTOIR Matinee Daily, Beginni Wednesday latinee: "For Home and. Honor." Wednesday Night: "The Church Across the Way." Prices 10, 20, and SO cents. Seats at GENNETT THEATRE WEDNESDAY Direct from the 60 night run at TPIhi3 ILmre From New York to Texas with an "It is a much better made and more the Mouse." A Great Play of American Life. Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c and EN RETT THEATRE.. . IRA SWISHER, Friday Hamlin and Mitchell's Superb 3BA.IBES in TO Music by Victor Herbert. Book by produced by Julian Mitchell. Excellent cast, Grand Chorus. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75, 50 and 25. macy. Seat (ft EW KETT IRA SWISHER, Lessee and Manager. GORDON & BENNETT present at the Gennet Matinee and Night, . A PLAY OF OLD With the Salt Sea Breezes of Cape Pastoral and yet full cf Comedy and Music. . Special prices. Matinee, Adults 25; children 10 cents, and 50. Seats on sale at the Wescott Pharmacy. - been compiled from numerous standard; medical works, of all the different school of practice, eontainJriK- very numerous extracts from the Aritinei. leading practitioners of medecine, naorlg in Vie ttrongot posibte rrms, each anil every ingreaieni contauieu in or. rorab s medi cines. One of Ufese little book will be mailed free toCny onesvnding address on postal card oby fetter, to Dr. K.V. Pierce, Buffalo. NY.. and requesting the same, ; From thjlittle bookit will be learned, that lVF't rndicines contain no aleohpA iyfrcoticfoif:eral agents or other ' poisnoy or Injurious agents and that) theylaffe made from native, medicinal rootsof great value. Some of the most valuable Ingredients contained In Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- scription for weak, nervous, over-worked, "run-down," nervous and debilitated-womt-n. were employed, long years ago, by tin Indians for similar ailments affect ing tieir squaws. In fact, onoT. of th' most valuable medicinal plants entering, into the composition of Dr. I'tcrce's Fa-, vorite Prescription was known to the' Indians as "Squaw-Weed." Our know!-: edge of the uses of not a few of our most valuable native, medicinal plants was gained from the Indians. As made up by Improved ar.d exact pro cesses, the "Favorite Inscription" is a most eflicient remedy for healing ulcera tions, regulating all the womanly fnnc-i tions, correcting displacements, as prolan-; sus, anteversion and retroversion, over-j coming painiiu periods, toning up the nerves and cringing anout a perfect s of health. Sold by all dealers In mecl It's an insult to your intellie5 for a dealer to endeavor to palmrf'Tipon youi some nostrum of iiiLkiiottpfiTitpiisitUni in' place of Dr. Pierce'swrta-famod medi- cines which are oksows oopsi-j tiox. Most doJrs recommend Dr. j Pierce's medioes because, they know what they aimade of and that the in-; gredients ejployed are among the mostj valuabletiKft a medicine for like purposes 1 ca n bejgSde of. The same Is truo of lead-1 ing jMysicians who do not hesitate tot nd these medicines, since thev ! ow exactly what they contain and that I r ineredients are the verv best known i to medical science for tfco cure of the several diseases for which theTsi re rec ommended. With tricky dealers It IsAferent. Something else that PyV them a little greater profit will be nrVii upon yon a-s "just as good," or evebetter. You can hardly afford to accyt a sulstitutn rf uiifoiotrn cornpttHltif and without any f a rticular record ofVures In place cf Dr, ierce's medicinesyfchich are of kvown com position' andnave a record of fortjt years of cures hftind them. Ion know what you wantyid it is the dealer's busi ness to supplyAiat want. Insist upon ii. 7 DraJG CO. 804 MAIN &aEET face, bands not greasy. 2CEXTS MANAGER. October 15 or, Chatterton, and tha D VAUDEVILLE Alford's drug store NIGHT, OCT. 17 the Garrick fheatre, Chigo. All Star Cas natural pi 25c. Seats at Westjott Pharmacy. Manager THE AT HE... SATURDAY, OCT. NEW EGLAN Cod. 7A if f r . pi f Mr. Arthf 1 a IRA SWISHCfT t Lessee and fVaflcr . i m it i Chigo Post Says: X aVcfn the 'Lion and r 6 M i Night, Oct. 17 t SMusieal Extra vaaJiza. : 70 ftkoPLE, t MOSTflY GIRLS. ,' GoMaDonough. Stagedand : on sale at the WescoO Phar- T7 it (Theatre ' MM - V 11 t Night, 25, 36 ;. : . t, Palladium Want Ads Pay.