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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, November 16, 1906.
.'age Three. ADMITS HAVING 4 WIVES beorge Field, Bigamist, Says He Has mok?d and Drank Ever Since He Was Old Enough. IPubllshsrs Picssj Tlexelzna, O., Soy. 15. George field, bigamist, on the witness stand Jadmitted having four wires. Field said he siroked from 15 to 25 clgarets a day, starting in with 20 his first day, when only 20 years old. lie drank all kinds of liquor, he said, and got drunk every time he bad the money. Field paid that when 14 j-ears old he was stnick on the head with a monkey wrench, and thiit the injury still af- Jfects him. Suspected cf Rcbbing Banks. Caaton, O., Nov. 15. Charged with being implicated in two daylight rob beries Nov. 5 William Sunk was ar rested here at the home of his grand mother. Nov. 5 two men entered a bank at Lockport, 111., bound and gaared the cashier and others and got away with S7.CO0 in ca3h.. The earn! day a bank at Lad. 3, 111., close by, was robbed of $1,400 in the same way. Pottery Companies Fail. Columbus, O., Nov. 15. Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings were begun against the Bell Pottery company by creditors and against the Columbus Pottery company, whose plant at Chaseland, a suburb, was destroyed by fire last week. Scalded to Death. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 15. Dav'd Owens, 2-year-old son of Mrs. David Owens, was fatally scalded. He was playing in the kitchen with a close to a tub of boiling water, dog playfu'ly bumped arainst hild and w tub. Use artificial gas for light and FIRE ALARM SIGNALS NO. BOX. LOCATION First District. liouth cf Main, West of Seventh Street seven C, Pi 12 First and South C, Piano Fac tory. 13-r-Second and South 14 Fourth and South Dj 7 15 Fifth and South B 16 Fifth and South Hi 19 Seventh and South J. . Second District. South of Main, Between Seventh and Eleventh Streets. 21 Eighth and Main. "."? Xr 4 TIr.cn Hnittn XTinth an1 South E. 21 Seventh and South G. 25 Ninth and South A. 26 Tenth and South X?. 7 Eleventh and Main. 23 Eleventh and SoutU J. Third District. South of Maiu. East of Eleventh Street. 3l Twelfth and Soulh 32 Twelfth and South 34 Fourteenth and Mai 35-1-Fourteenth and Sout 36 Eighteenth and Sout V1 Ttt-cntli.th finrl Mnin 35 Fifteenth and South Fourth District. LN'orth of Main, West of Tetith street to River. 5 41 Third and Main, flobinson's Shop. - ' A 42 Third and North C. f 43 City Building. 1 44 Eighth and North C. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. 46 No. 1 Hose House, North Eighth street. 47 Champion Mills. 48 Tenth and North I. 49 Ninth and North E. 412 City Light Plant Fifth District. $ West Richmond and Falrview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 31 West Third and National Road. 52 West Third and Kinsey. I 53 West Third and Randolph 1 54 West First and Railroad. s 55 State and Boyer. 56 Grant and Ridge 57 Hunt and Maple. 4 5S Grant and Sheridan. ' j 59 Bridge Avenue, Paper MilL 512 Earlham College. 513 West Seventh and Peacock Road. "14 West Seventh and Mam. 615 South West Second and T. Sixth District. North of D. East of Tenth Street 61 Railroad Shops. $ 62 Hwtea's Coffin factory. 63 Hoosier Drill Works. 64 Wayne Works. 65 City M il Works. 66 Fifteenth and Railroad r 67 Thirteenth and Ndrth H. i Seventh District. . Between Main and Nortli D Streets, East of Tenth Sft-ect. r 7 Ninth and North A3 ri Eleventh and NorthlB. 72 Fourteenth and Nortli C. ? 73 No. 3 Hose House, Est End. 74 Eighteenth and Norta C.f 75 Twenty-Second and fortb. E. . ! Special Signals. 2- 2-2 Io trol Call. 1-2-1 Fir ;Out. v 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 3 Fire Pressure Off. 10-10-10 Natural Gas Off. 10 Natural Gas On. Instructions and Caut foils. NEVER TAMPER WITH A FIRE lave posi- j VLAIiM BOX, unless you .ive knowledge there is a fi r i- Never send in an alarm paless you ire certain tne nre is nearusi tne dox I j Never open an alarm box! when you aear the bells on the Engae House . Uriking an alarm. $ NEVER OPEN A BOX FOR A. FIRE SEEN AT A DISTANCE, it j When you have positive tnowledsd of a fire, go at once to the txix nearest he fire; break the glass infKey Box ioor; then unlock the AlArm Box, PULL DOWN HOOK OMCE. and THEN LET GO. Unless the fire i Maimy to De sen, rtmain atjDox until the firemen arrive, and direct them flbere to go. By order of Board of Public Works. EDGAR E. MILLER, Chief. Richmond, Ind., Nov. L 3900. the IT 10K T ' h A. LITTLE PANAMAS SING TO PRESIDENT School Children Gave "Ameri ca" When Roosevelt Land ed at Colon. GREETED BY OFFICIALS PRESIDENTIAL PARTY THEN BOARDED TRAIN AND START ED FOR CAPITAL PLEASANT VOYAGE ON BATTLESHIP. Publishers' PresaJ Colcn, No-. io. Tflo first trip of a president of the United States beyond the boundaries cf the United States was concluded when the battleship Louisiana, having on board President Roosevelt and his party, dropped an chor in the harbor of Colon. The Louisiana, which arrived ahead of schedule time, was convoyed by the Tennessee and the Washington, and the three vessels anchored about a mile from the dock during a heavy rainfall. The party landed Thursday and was met by T. P. Shonts of the canal commission, J. F. Stevens and other canal officials. The school chil drenof Colon were assembled in ps about the pier where the pres ident landed and san- the "Star Snan- ed Banner" and "America." S President Amador and wife and the Disnop or Panama greeted President Roosevelt. The entire party then boarded a special train and left Colon, proceeding slowly in the direction of Panama to enable the presidential party to have a good look at all points groe i of interest along tha route. President j 1C71. It was successfully employed Roosevelt was a guest of President 1 by the French during the reign of Wil Amador Thursday eveni during ! Ham III. in an attack on the British which time he was outside tu7 canal strip and consequently beyond the jurisdiction of the United States. Special switches have been arrang ed to enable the special train to go to La Boca and allow President Roose velt to inspect the Pacific entrance to the canal. Defective Indictments. Columbus, O., Nov. 15. Indict ments against local ice companies al leging a trust were Vound defective, and the cases were dismissed. It is expected the defendants will be re Indicted by the grand jury in session. Sent Up For Life. Madison, Ind., Nov. 15. Dick Craf ton was found guilty and given a life sentence at Bedford, Ky., for the mur der two years ago of Emmett Stucker, a resident of this county. Indictments Stand. New York, Nov. 15. A motion to dismiss the indictments charging the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad company with granting re bates to th-"i American Sugar Refining company was denied by Judge Holt In United States court. The motion was made by Joseph" R. Choate, chief counsel for the defendant. Report That Posse Killed Negro. Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 15. A special dis patch says that Will Harris, the ne gro who killed two policemen and two negroes at Asheville, N. C, was killed by a posse near Asheville. Two mem bers of the posse were seriously hur: in the fight which resulted in th death of the neTo. BEVERIDGE WILL SPEAK Indiana Cenator Will Discuss Child Labor at Important Meeting In Cincinnati. Publishers rressj Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 15. ui. Samuel McCune Lindsay cf New York, secretary of the national child labor committee, who is a delegate to the Presbyterian Brotherhood meeting here, announced after an interview with Senator Beveridge that the lat ter will atterjd the annual meeting of the national child labor committee in Cincinnati Dec. 13-15 and deliver an address on child labor from a national point of view. The meet'ng will be held In Music hall, Cincinnati. Gov ernor Charles S. Deneen 'of Illinois I and Governor Joseph W. Folk of Mis- souri will be Invited to speak. JACKS0NBURG. Jacksonburg, Ind., Nov. 15. (Spl.) CharlieiCoffman and son, Edwin, are sick with the measles. Miss Mabel Hayes, Miss Lulu Marsh and Mr. Clarence Marsh of Hart, Mich, are visiting Gil Wright and family and Clifford Scatesand wife. Nicholas Gambor and wife of Greensfork were visiting Nathan Scates and family Sunday. Ccm husking and fodder shredding is the order of the day. Mrs. Martha Wickersham and Mrs. ! Lottie Scates and daughter spent Wed nesday with Irvin Mull and family. The Ladies Aid Society of this placo husked corn for John Carr Tuesday, Mrs. Clara Scates is on the sick list. Martin -Coffman and wife spent bun- day with their- daughter at Greens- ioru. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Sallie Carr Thursdas. James Daugherty of this place has left for Alabama, where he will spend! the winter. ... Mrs. Katie Wilson spent Wednesday! with IMrs. Ola .Miller.. ' I t i To feel 6tronsr haTe eood armetite and diresfon. sleen soundlv and eniov 1 uf RnHn.i- R;trS th . ! Use artificial gas forUgbt and heat XjT 10-tf Palladium Want Ads Pav. PEARY IN GREAT PERIL FEARED THAT HE IS LOST For Mere Than a Week Severe Storms Have Swept Newfoundland Coast and It is Feared Great Explorer Has Been Caught. Publishers' PressJ Halifax, N. S., Nov. 15. Fears are expressed that Lieutenant Peary, the Arctic explorer, has been lost at sea. The ship bearing Lieutenant Peary wa3 due at Sydney last week. She was last reported at Battle Harbor, on the Labrador coast, by the steamer Virginia Lake. The explorer's ship was badly battered by storms and the officers of the Virginia Lake said that all her beams had been cut for fire wood. With two blades of her pro peller gone the ship was able to make only four knots an hour. More than a week severe storms have swept the Newfoundland coast, and, in her damaged condition, the ship may have been unable to weather the gales and sea3. A nioodleaa Battle. In 151S a battle was fought , near Milan, In Italy, and so perfect was the armor of both armies that, although the conflict raged from tt a. m. to -4 p. m., no one on either side was either killed or wounded, though one man broke his collar bone by falling off his horse. The Ten Hour Day. As early as 1847 a law was passed in ! -ew Hampshire making ten hours a le- i gaj day's work. First I'se of the Bayonet. The baj-onet was first made in Bay onne, in France; hence its name. It i was first used Ly the French army in Twenty-fifth regiment of foot. Otlnttash Tobacco Pipes. Tobacco pipes made from calabash have come into general use in South Africa. The calabash colors like meer schaum and will take a high polish. It is said to give a special softness of fla vor that pipes of no other material of fer. The Oratory of Gallcrna. The oldest Christian structure in Ire land is a remarkable building, evident i ly very ancient, but wonderfully weir I preserved, at Dingle, in County Kerry. ! It is known as "the Oratory of Galle : rus" and has stood practically unin jured for more than a thousand years. Old Time Fencing. In sixteenth century fencing the sword was held in the right hand and a dagger in the left to ward off blows. Seiriuarket I,el'tlie Way. Race meetings are now almost num berless, and from England they have spread over Europe and wherever else the Anglo-Saxon has gone. The first great race meeting may be said to have been that held at Newmarltet ia 1640, In the reign of Charles I., who was a keen supporter of the sport. How a. Xavnl Battle Was Jaomt. A naval battle between the Romans and Carthaginians off the coast of Spain in the first Punic war was lost by the latter because the galley slaves could not keep their seats when the ships rolled. CHAUFFEURS" PRANK TURNED OUT FATAL One Dead as Result of a Joke Intended for Centra' aTrk Cabmen. RUN OVER BY MACHINE AUTOIST ATTEMPTED TO GET IN BIG CAR AS IT WAS MOVING FROM POLICEMEN AND WAS THROWN TO GROUND. Publishers PressJ New York, Xov. 15. A hold-up by six men in , an automobile in Central park cost one of them his life. He was run down by the automobile and so severely hurt that he died soon afterward without regaining con sciousness. The dead man was Wiggo Brandt, 31, a chauffeur. The police believe the hold-up was intended merely as a prank by half a dozen chaffeurs, who were returning from a ball in Harlem. On account of the decth of Brandt, however, the police are searching for the other occupants of the automobile. The victims of the 9 hold-up were Milton Roblee, formerly owner of the Hotel Belleclaire; W. G. Chittick and a cab man, who was driving them to their homes. At Seventy-first street the automobile containing six men ap peared. As the machine neared the cab the automobile stopped and three of the six men jumped out. Two of them jumped onto the box of the cab. t wLtl 11 a a1 i l"e uuier ran lo ine nww ?eaa - cnes Ior nelP Dy-tne caD man ugni a policeman, and as the tnree men m tbe automobile saw him com- in snouted a warning to tneir companions The latter made a rush get lnto tne automobile and two or tnem succeeded in doing so, when .the O'S maenme was sent away with a jump. Brandt, who was standing on the step, was thrown heavily to the ground by the sudden starting of the car and a rear wheel of the automo bite passed over his body. His com paions got away. WILL BE ft HARD PROPOSITION Oxford Players Defeated Cin cinnati University Worse Than Quakers Did. THEIR SCORE WAS 18 TO 0 TEAM WILL COME HERE SATUR DAY ACCOMPANIED BY BRASS BAND AND LARGE DELEGA TION OF ROOTERS. Every effort possible is being ex erted to get the Earlham football squad in condition that will insure them a victory for the closing game of the season which comes off tomor row. Miami has sent word that she is coming with a large delegation, a brass band and a determination to give the Quakers a stiff game. The University of Cincinnati was defeated by Miami IS to 0 and by Earlham 12 to 0 so the teams will be nearly evenly matched. It is doubtful is Hancock will be able to get in the game on account of his shoulder, but in spipte of the rumors to the contrary Wilson will play. King is in a crippled con dition but will be put in if he is at all able. Football practice has continued this week with the same enthusiasm that marked the beginning of the season although many of the ruen will' break training after this week". Several interclass games are sched uled for the next two weeks anc5 probably a high school game for thq second team. FOUNTAIN CITY. Fountain City, Nov. 15, (Spl.) Miss Carrie Griffs is vis'ting relatives near Munc'e for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Chas, Arnett and Mrs. Ida Strong spent last Wednesday with; Cox Mills and wife. Mrs. Ephriam Elliott who has been sick is better. The mall inspector was here from Ohio and went over the routs with the men. Found everything" all right with the exception of a .few mail boxes. - x The remains of Louis Jeffery. who was buried at the North cemetery about two years ago was moved Wed nesday to the South Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. George Clapp and family of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Aus Quigg and family of Lynn Sun dayed here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cranor. The. Home Missionary Src'ety of the Methodist church met at the ; home of Mrs. Will Clements Wednes- day afternoon. A good program was rendered. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Tony Coggshall. Joe Bogue has built an addition to his house north of town that he re cently moved there. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Woolman, Mrs. Iona Boren and daughter Sundayed with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Chenoweth. Mrs. Tom Pegg has been housed up for a few days as a result of a bad cold. Mrs. Sibtett of Kansas, lectured here last Sunday afternoon at the Friends church to a full, house on Temperance. Jim Lovin and family have moved from Main street to Cross Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eubank of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mil ler Sundaj'ed with Mr. and Mrs. Will Schroder. Mr. and Mrs., Henry Miller of Kan sas who have been here visiting Chas. Arnett and family and other relatives left for home Monday. COULDN'T AFFORD LAWYER Anna Gehring Asks for Divorce and and Tells Court That She Has No Money for Attorney. Mrs. Anna Gehring yesterday filed suit for divorce from John Gehring on grounds of cruel treatment and she accompanied the complaint with an affidavit and petition, setting forth that she was a poor person and had no means to employ -an attorney to prosecute her action. Judge Fox appointed Attorney Will C. Converse to represent the plaintiff. This is the first instance of the sort that has transpired in the local courts in a long period. . Frequently in criminal cases, defendants have petitioned for the appointment of an attorney, but in divorce cases the action is rare. Beitzell Here On Visit. , Ralph .Beitzell who was associated? with Manager Swisher in the, latter's first season in vaudeville, "blew" into Richmond yesterday from the East for a brief visit with relatives and friends in Centerville and Richmond. Mr. Beitzell's stay will not be long for he expects to leave tonight for the East and will be in advance of "The County Chairman." Sick Horses at Milton. Milton, Ind., Nov., 15, (Spl.) There are many sick horses in th neighborhood. The probable cause is feeding shredder fodder in which there were po'sonous weed seeds. Hiram Cook, Paul Ferris, Tim Coifr nell and John Callahan have had horses affected. Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! The more you scratch the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. It cures piles, eczema, any skin itch ing. All druggists sell it. Mi ST THE THEATERS ! . . Vaudeville at the Phillips. There is unabated interest in ;the vaudeville bill that is being presented this week at the New Phillips, and the patronage is of the most satisfac tory nature. This arises from the fact that the various performers and teams are of the most capable kind and have a diversified entertainment that serves to interest every lover of vaudeville. There is novelty acro batic work, a novelty sketch team, German comedy, a comedy sketch. motion pictures and illustrated songs. Saturday there will be a special mat inee for children, and Saturday night the usual double performance will be given. Vaudeville will continue next week, and a detailed announcement of the bill will be made in the Pallad ium of tomorrow. "The Flower Girl" Gertnett. I The bouquet of lovely chorus girls to be presented by the Shuberts in their notable production "The Flower Girl" at the Gennett tonight is as ' fascinating a cluster of footlight beauties as could be plucked for this exquisite gem of musical comedy, with its flower-like sweetness and scenes in a flower shop. Further more it is claimed that this large chorus can sing as beautifully as it looks. Louise Gunning will be beard ia the title role of the; court maid of honor who masquerades as the flower-named Veronica. "My Dixie Girl" Gennett. Producing managers are beginning to realize that the day of comic opera musical comedy and plays of that ilk is gradually passing, and in conse quence are casting about for pieces that will appeal more forcibly to the public fancy. When Manager Allen was looking for a play for production this season, he selected "My Dixie Girl" a comedy of the old-fashioned type, containing a story of deep heart interest, with plenty of action, and teeming with wit and humor. The scenes are laid in the blue grass re gion of Kentucky and admit of beauti ful stage pictures. The cast is a superior one and contains a number of popular players. "My Dixie Girl" will be the attraction at the Gennett next Saturday, matinee and night, v Murray Comedy Company Gennett. The greatest event of the season in the popular priced line of attractions at the Gennett theatre will be the famous Murray Comedy Company. This company comes to us highly rec ommended, with IS people and much special scenery and equipment for the various plays they will produce. Polite vaudeville will be interspersed between acts, thus avoiding all waits, and those attending can rest assured that they will witness the greatest performances ever presented at such small admission. Ladies will be ad mitted free upon the opening night if accompanied by a person holding! a paid 30 cent ticket, purchased be fore 6 o'clock. GOVERNOR IS IMPROVING Ohio's Executive is Not Confined to His Bed and He Has No Symp i is of Pneumonia- Publishers PressJ Columbus, o., iov. 15. "Governor Harris has no sypmtoms of pneu monia, he has called in no physician andis rapidly recovering from the bad cold he contracted Saturday," said Secretary Flickinger after visit ing the governor in his apartments. The governor is not confined to his bed, is in fairly good health and re maining in doors so that he may fully recover from the cold. , Ice Men In Supreme Court. Columbus, O., Nov. 15. The su preme . court of Ohio suspended sen tence of the Toledo ice men and gave them permission to file a petition in error. They were fined $5,000 each and sentenced to one year in the workhouse on a charge of conspiring to raise prices. Started by Lamp Explosion. Goodland, Ind., Nov. 15. The coun try home .of William Whitley, five miles south of Goodland, was burned. Two small children and a farm la borer burned to death. The fire was started by the explosion of a lamp. DR. WM. KANE GETS LEAVE President of Wabash College Given an . Indefinite Vacation Dr. Mackintosh to Act. Publishers' PressJ Crawfordsville, Ind., Nov. 15. Dr. William P. Kane, president of Wabash college, was granted an indefinite tesve of absence. Dr. George L. Mckintosh of Indianapolis was elect ed acting president. SUITS TOP COATS CRAVE NETTS OVERCOATS IT IS BUSINESS NOT SENTIMENT that induces er nouses can do. it is purely Business tna causes us to certain days in the year to give imaqinarybargains aft cidedly lower than anybody's in town. Concentration of efforts and prices. Come look us through and SAV $ IlyN0 MORE c SI 0' The Kiiid You Have Always ill use for over 30 years, and j- sonal m r r -- uAV I I I I II All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-grootl are but Experiments that trifle "with and endanger the health of Iniants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare j goric, Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It , contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wornin . and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THt CKNTauK eOMMMV. TV t r- i ui v u rr? j II I n B Saturday Matinee and' Engagement the Dainty LlttU CoiedUnn ...SADIE CALHOUN... : En the. Successful Confdy Drama' A play of the South, full of wit, humor and clever dialogue. Seats ori t sale at the Westcott Pharmacy. Prices: Matinee 25; children, sio; I Night 25, 35 50, 75. The New Phillips O. G. MURRAY, LESSEE AND MANAGER. WEEK OF NOV. Saturday 3, 7:45 AOVERTURE, Miss Ruby Cohen B JOHN W. FOSTER, German Com edian. C ILLUSTRATED SONGS, Miss by Cohen. "By the Dear Old Delaware." "The Little Rustic Cottage by the Stream. Special matinee eacn Saturday; 10c. excent to children under 5 rears. GENNETT THE AARE... IRA SWISHER. LessM and Manner. FRIDAY NIGHT, liOV Sura S.and Lee Shabert (Inc.) present the vera "THEE F'LrOWERGHIRI" Five months at the Broadway red nights at the Appollo Theatre, Company of 75 including America' iost beautiful na, Louise Gunning and the distinguished light-opera Louis Harrison and the famous original chorus of 60 Casino bearuties. Magnificent gowning, elaborate scenic detail. menrbsd Orchestra. Prices $1.5Q, $1.00 75, CO, 25. November, T4lh at the Wescoit f GENNETT THEATR ONE WEEK. Starting Matinees Daily, t The Famous Murray pomcdy Co. t The biggest and best of the ties. 1 car load of scenery. ChanatK of olav and sneeia ill . , . . upenmg piajr monaa nigm, Prices, Nights 10, 20, 30c; MjKee, 10 cents. On Monday night one lady will be admitted free with each paid , 30 cent ticket. . ' Seats ready Saturday at Westcott Pharmacy. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. li KO MORE i J11Il3 If MO LESS lJL 1 . Sr feel linn sann. F-dirv dav von ntTi flnH nur wir., - jrrrvc every wr a oayqain uay. vvcmd not set. aaiae I economy f expense are E TH the twin forces thac raise our uality Sand jower 1 fit i 1 i I i EUD.FFERENClf f 1 1 t t .1 I m i 1 I 1 1 I I J lA V I J wm m I I I f Li 11 LD JLZy NU LLdj II & R14. EAGT MAIN STREET J n 1 Bought, and "which has been, has borne the signature of has been made under his per- supervision since its infancy. Signature of MURRAY .TRKCT. KtW M OtTV. nmer irawishcr. I ni Lcssrafand manager Night, Nopmber 17th t jf J Theatre 12; 3 and 8515pm. and 9:15 D MRAND MRS. JOHN T. POW- , "The Players." E KrtESKO AND GROVES, "Now rhat Will Hapen." v -AUER AND DEONZO, Novelty Ac robats. PHILOSCOPE The Six Dragoons. Race for a Kiss. Magic Flute. children S cents. All othermatinees Souvenirs Wednesday nmtlnee. t t Moalcal Comedies 4 z i TfWtrry New York. Five Hund Lon Prima Don Comedian New- York Aug- Seats ready Wednesday marnlhg Pharmacy. ' TTTVtTTtt rTTTTTTTTT Ira Swisher Man agar Monday. November 19. Starting Tipsday. J all. 18, eople. 6 Big Special- 4 .m.. .i , iidiuu & iiuuisim.u. cur VaudeYilyj GE pm. Elk Mi ifto giveVu MORES FOR YOllR MONEY than any oth-