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The Richmond Palladium, Thursday November 29190 6.
Page Three-
AT THE THEATERS
Theatrical Calendar.
Gennett.
Friday night "The Pit."
Saturday night Tim Murphy.
Monday night "Forty-Five Minutes
from Broadway."
Tuesday night "The Awakening of
Mr. Pipp."
New Phillips.
All week Dora Woodruff Stock Com
pany. "45 Minutes From Broadway" Gen
nett
Over two million copies of "So
Isonz Mary" have been soM by the
publishers during the past year. Its
sales are said to far exceed that of
ar' other song published in recent j
years. It is one of the musical num-j
bers which Geo. M. Cohan composed
for his most' successful comedy,
"Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway."
and is sung with telling effect by ;
Corinne in the last act of the play. It '
never fails to take ten or twelve en- j
cores. Its simple ;f id pathetic melo- j
dy. so easily to be remembered is now j
as familiar to the Boulevards of Par
is as in the cafes of New York. Mr.
Cohan has only written live musical
numbers for this play, relying on the
its success, more than on a dazzling
chorus, of indifferent music. That it
has won the popular fancy has been
trroven bv its run of thirty weeks in
Chicago and twenty weeks In
York. "45 Minutes From Broad
way" will be presented at the Gennett
next Monday night.
"The Awakening of Mr. Pipp" Gen
nett.
Charley Grapewin in "The Awaken
ing of Mr. Pipp," is to appear at the
Oennett on Tuesday, Dec. 4th in the
enlarged version of "Mr. Pipp.'
Repertoire at the Phillips.
Thursday matinee, "Slave Girl;"
night. "Lighthouse Robbery."
Friday matinee, "Deserted at the
Altar;" night "Dangers of New York."
Saturday matinee, "New Hampshore
Folks"; night, "Younger Bros."
The above represents the arrange
ment of plays that haV He'n made by
the Dora Woodruff company for the
remainder of the week at the New
Phillips. It is expected that the mati
nees todayi will be an exceedingly
large one., owing to it being a holiday.
Prices have "been placed at 20 cents
for reserved seats and 10 cents for
the gallery. Vaudeville features are
introduced between acts, thus rrfeav
ing tedious waits.
N,ext week vaudeville will be re
&Mt$d and a special feature in per
forming bears has been secured by
Manager Murray.
'The Pit" Gennett.
WrigKt Huntington will appear at
the Gennett Friday night, November
30th, in the dramatized version of
Frank Norris famous novel, "The
Pit."-
"The Pit" deals with the distribu
tion of wheat and Is the fictitious
narrative of a deal In the Chicago
wheat pit.
Just as truly as the wheat finally
wrecked vengence on S. Behrmer, the
representative of the railroad, in
"The Octopus" so in "The -Pit" it at
length breaks down Curtis Jadwin
when ho Is at the height of his vast
success in cornering the wheat. He
had laid his puny human grasp upon
Creation and the very earth herself,
the great mother, fooling the touch
of the cobweb that the human insect
has spun, had stirred at last in her
sleep and sent her omnipotence mov
ing through the grooves of the world,
to find and crush the disturber of her
appointed courses.
Tim Murphy Gennett.
There is every indication that the
revival of "Old Innocence" by Tim
Murphy will be the most satisfactory
undertaking made by. him In some
time. "Old Innocence" tells a strong
story of human nature and natural co
incidents, and abounds with a number
of the most cleverly conceived com
edy conditions. It's many characters
are true to life and each is so charm
ingly quaint and convincing as to
stand prominently forth through .its
own naturalness. No character por
trayed by Tim Murphy quite equaled
for truthful simplicity that of Jason
Green and in the hands of this ex
cellent player .It received in every
sense its Inst due Mr Mnrnhv's re
vivai 01 via innocence oias lair to
Theater Goers of this city
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HIS CLEVER RUSE FAILED
NOW ACCUSED OF THEFT
Express Agent in West Virginia Must
Face Charge of Having Robbed His
Own Office of $6,000 Had His Wife
Wound Him.
Publishers' Press. 3
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 28. C. E.
Adams, agent at Kajford, near here,
was arrested charged with the rob
bery of tha express office at that place
last Saturday morning, when over
$6,000 was stolen. The assistant
agent, Dunbar, was arrested as an ac
complice. It is said $700, supposed to
be part of the money lost, was found
in Adams' house. Adams had a
slight wound in the leg when found
near the railroad tracks, which he
claimed was Inflicted by robbers.
When the officers went to examine his
trousers to find how near the weapon
was held when fired they learned that
his wife burned them.
be one of the real
successes of the;
,
season and t.
once again establish
' him as the leading exponent on the
j American stage of characters of the
j quaint and dignified order. The re
vival of "Old Innocence" has been
i made with excellent judgment and
artistic taste and the selection of his
I players to assist him has been a hap-!
py one as he has secured various
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XoWimeinoers no were wnn unu iu uus j
x lit. : s ai i
ssame piece before, for among them j
are Dorothy Sherrod, Louise Whit
field, Mrs. Aubrey Howell and O. J.
Griffin.
"Old Innocence" will be presented
at the Gennett next Saturday night
by Tim Murphy and his company.
TEAM OFF FOR RUSHVILLE
CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
High School Lads Hope to Close Sea
son of Football in Successful Man
ner Seniors to Help Mrs. Kolp at
Her Dance.
School closed yesterday evening
for the rest of the week on account
of Thanksgiving. Several students
will, spend their vacation in Itushville
while a good many others will visit
friends in different cities.
The football team leaves this morn
ing at 6:30 for jRushville to play the
High School team of that city. Sev
eral of the students will accompany
the team. The boys have been prac
ticing hard lately and are confident
of winning- the game. John Murray
one of the guards, sprained his ankle
but will try and be in shape to play.
" Several of the boys in the Senior
class will give a drill at the mask
carnival of Mrs. Kolp this evening.
The donations received at the
school yesterday were not as large as
the grade schools but as this is al
ways the case the average is kept
up. 1
When , you ask for Mrs! Austin's
Pancake -Tour, insist upon having it
and say Mrs. Austin's and no other.
After a heavy meal, take a couple
of Doan's Regulets, and give your
stomach, liver and bowels the help
they will neii. Regulets bring easy,
regular passages of the bowels.
Many ills come from impure blood.
Can't have pure blood with faulty di
gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bow
els. Burdock Blood Bitters strength
ens stomach, bowels and liver, and
purifies the blood.
SCHWEGMAN'S MEAT MARKET.
Ferrets for sale. Your choice any
kind, colors or sex, and a large lot)
to select from. Phone 359, 309 South
4th street, Richmond, Ind. 23-2t
Use artificial gas for light and h
10 If
Palladium Want Ads Pay.
are Especially Interested in
4x.
FOUR CREMATED
III HOTEL FIRE
Hostelry Conducted by Salva
tion Army Was Burned in
St. Louis.
SEVERAL FATALLY INJURED
OVER FIVE HUNDRED MEN WERE
ASLEEP IN THE BUILDING
WHEN FLAMES BROKE OUT
WAS AN OLD BUILDING.
Publishers' Press.
St. Louis. ..to., Nov. 28. Four men
were burned to death and probably 35
were injured in a fire that practically
destroyed the Lighthouse hotel, con
ducted by the Salvation Army, at
Ninth and Market streets. More than
,
-.lift men -rT- irlf.rtn i n V. hn 1 1Hin ir
wnen tne nre was discovered, the
greater number being on the second
and third floors. All became panic
stricken and before the firemen ar
rived and stretched nets many jumped
from the upper windows and were
picked up crushed and unconscious on
the street. The four dead were
i - .
Durnea to a crisp.
The watchman stationed
on
the
third floor discovered the fire. He
went to a closet to get some wearing
apparel for several men, who were
practically without clothing. When
he opened the closet door a sheet of
flame burst forth, burning off his
hair and eyebrows. He was unable to
shut the door and the whole room was
quickly filled with flame and smoke.
Then he gave the alarm and hurried
around to waken the sleeping in
mates. The closet formerly was an
old elevator shaft and with the door
opened a draft resulted that quickly
spread the fire through the building.
The firemen called to those In the
windows not to jump until the nets
could be stretched, but all to little
avail, for as fast as the flames roared
nearer the windows men jumped and
were picked up injured and uncon
scious. The fire swept through the second
and third floors and did $2,500 dam
age to the structure. It was an old
building.
The seriously injured were taken to
the city hospital and two who jumped
from the windows of the hotel died at
the hospital. Six others, all of whom
were among those who had jumped
from' upper windows, are not expected
,to live. . -
FOURTEEN NEW CASES
OF MEASLES REPORTED
The following cases of measles were
reported to the health officer yester
day: De Gants, (no given name) aged 6
vears, 729 South Sth street,
Dorothy De Gants, aged 5 years, 729 Mrs. G. W. Cornelius has received by
South Sth street. express, a fine bronze turkey as a
W. W. Easerman, aged S years. 601 Thanksgiving present from her sis
South Sth street. ter, Mrs. King, of Trevalac, Ind.
Oscar BUrke, aged 5 years, 522 Mr. and Mrs. Reese Mitchell gave a
North 17th street. I dinner on Sunday for their relatives,
Earl and Marcella Kelley, aged 9 Mr. and Mrs. William V. Whitley, and
and 6 years, 29 South 6th street. I Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Porterfield, all of
Virtril Newm-n. aged 6 years, 122 j New Paris, Ohio.
North 16th street.
Ethel and Everett Brinley, aged 6
and 10 years, -30S North 16th street.
Ralph Krone, aged 6 years, 1909
North D street.
Oleta Geier, aged 6 years, 501 South
Arlo Holly, aged 6 years, 202 NortiT
19th street.
Ruth McPherson, aged 4, 541 Soth
6th street.
Stella Roller, aged 5, 419 Nort 21st
street.
Gertrude Pardieck, aged S, 133
South 7th street. I
Paul Wright, aged 3, 13G Chestnut ,
street.
Try that Soot De
t at HaHs.
It jK ill clean your chi
year temper.
rys and save
27-29-Dcc 1.
It rarely fails to cure rheumatism
j Decause it supplies tne djooq who me
i. i 1 I i a.
necessary substance to absorb the poi
son of rheumatism-uric acid. . That
is what Hollister's Rocky Mountain
sTea will do.
I cents. A. G.
Tea or . Tablets,
Lukou & Co,
Appearance of "The Pitt" at the
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HEAR DISCHARGED NEGRO
THEN CENSURE ROOSEVELT
Indianapolis Negroes File Protest
Against Action of the' President in
Dismissing " Colored Troops at
Brownsville, Texas.
Publishers' Press. J
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 28. At a
mass meeting of negroes of Indianapo
lis the actlan of President Roosevelt
in dishonorably discharging from the
United states army tnree companies
of the Twenty-fifth infantry because
of the riot at Brownsville, Tex., Aug.
13, was emphatically and unreserved
ly denounced. Resolutions to this ef
fect and asking a reconsideration of
the discharge order were adopted with
a unanimous voice and will be sent to
the president and the war department.
Thomas Jefferson, a negro, and a dis
charged member of one company, en
route east from Texas, was present in
ull uniform of the United States
army and gave his version of the riot.
A score of colored orators addressed
the meeting.
CAMBRIDGE CITY.
Cambridge City, Ind., Nov. 28. (Spl.)
The Presbyterian Guild met with
Mrs. A. W. Bradbury, this afternoon.
Mrs. C. W. D. Jones left for Lake
Maxincuckee, Ind., this morning, to
visit her son, Herman, who is a cadet
at Culver Military Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hamilton will
spend Thanksgiving with their chil -
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Drake of Indianap
olis. Messrs. Roy Kirkwood,
Glen Bee-
son and Ross Parker were in Indian
apolis today, making arrangements
for entering Vories Business College,
next Monday.
Misses Zoa Cornthwaite and Mary
Bertsch will be the guest of Knights
town friends tomorrow.
Several from this city attended the
public meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall
at Dublin Tuesday night.
Prof. Charles Alzeno of Conners
ville, will be the guest of friends in
this city tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hinshaw are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNew,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hinshaw at
Greensboro, Ind., this week.
Miss Bonnie Vickery of Connersville
was the guest of friends and relatives
here yesterday.
Miss Linnle Hatfield of Greensfork,
is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Copeland at their home on Church
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hageman and
daughter, Grenelle, will spend Thanks
giving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Hageman, at New Madison, O.
Robert Mosbaugh is hoy's from Cin-
cinnati to spend Thanksgiving with
Ws parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mos
baugh. . ,
CENTERVILLE.
Centerville, Ind., Nov. 28. (Spl.)
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Dunbar and fam
ily, entertained on Sunday at a turkey
dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dunbar",
of Indianapolis, Mrs. Mary Dunbar
and Mrs. Jay. -
The Centerville public schools will !
Monday.
The Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Westhafer,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Greene, and
Raymond Westha'er, were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. ShaJley at din
ner n Sunday.
There will be a union meeting of all
tne CQUrcnes at the M. E. church on
Thanksgiving morning, at 10 o'clock
The Rev. L. A. Winn will preach the
sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Commoi
are movfng to Richmond this w
James W. Horne was the gueaf of
his brother, J. C. Horne, at Dsryton,
Ohio, on last Sunday.
Artificial gas, the 20th Centurjr fuel.
10-tf
Fresh Butter Cups,
Wayne Ave.
Gennett Friday Night as a
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HAGERST0WN.
Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 2?. (SpU
Mr. Merton Grills has returned after a
few days visit in Richmond.
Mr. -Will Teeter made a business
trip to New Castle today.
Miss Jessie Teeter has gone to
Richmond to spend a few days with
Miss Mabel Reid.
Mrs. Luke McTigue spent yesterday
in Richmond.
Mr. Joe Teeter was In Centerville
today. ,
Irane Addington went to Dayton
today ' to spend two weeks with Mr.
Harry Randall and family.
Mrs. Martha Bowman has gone to
Richmond to visit her son, Mr. Ed
ward Bowman and family.
Among those who spent .today in
Richmond, are Mesdames H. J. Day,
T. H. Shaffer, John Replogel and Miss
es Eva Worl, Goldie Replogel Ada
Thurston and Sophia Aulstien.
Mrs. Carrie Jones and Mrs. Edith
Smith left : today for Washington, D.
C, where they will vis't Mr. and Mrs.
James Knapp for two weeks.
Mr. Jyle Jones of Millville, was in
town yesterday.
The Misses lone Thornburg and Ada
Thurston have returned from a short
visit with friends at Mt. Summit. j
Miss Edith Bowman has returned to
her home in Richmond to spend
Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and fam
ily were entertained at dinner Sun
day by Mr. Smith's parents, of North
Perry street.
Messrs. Raymond Biser and Moulton
Wheeler of Cambridge City, were
here the first of the week, calling on
friends.
The Misses Dollie and Eva Smith
spent yesterday in Richmond.
Mr. Arch Benbow, who has been on
: the sick list, is able to be out again.
WILLIAMSBURG.
Williamsburg, Ind., Nov. 28. (Spl.)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oler and da ugh
ter, Miss Hazel, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Morrison at Economy Sun
day.
Len French accepted a position in
Richmond, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Snedikcr of Rich
mond visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Weller, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shepherd of
Richmond, visited relatives here, Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Davis enter
tained last Sunday, Miss Ruth Kinsey,
Arthur Hotchkiss and Mr. Kerlin of
Earlham College.
Mrs. Linus Meredith visited at Rich
mond Friday and Saturday.
The banquet and social held by the
Chinkaroror Lodge of Odd Fellows
and Daughters of Rebekahs Saturday
evening, was weu actenaea ana was
a great social success.
Mrs. Martha Farmer of Economy, is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. lircy
Farmer.
Kev. w. w. .Brown delivered a very
forceful sermon at the M. E. church
Sunday.
, The Williamsburg basket ball team
was defeated by Greensfork Saturday
evening by the score of 14 to 15.
MILTON-
Milton, Ind., iW. 2S. (Spl.) Elmo
Higham and Carl Williams spent Sun
day at Raleigh.
J. B. Naper of Centerville, was in
Milton Tuesday.
Harry Manlove Is home for Thanks
giving. Miss Elsie Eckhart has returned to
East Germantown.
Samuel-Beam -is confined ' to his
home by illness.
Dr. L. M. Gentle is home after
two months' rest and recuperation.
G. W. Callaway was at Connersville
Wednesday.
G.B. Manlove of Chicago is at his
brother's, John T. Manlove. The lat
ter is somewhat better.
Monroe Izor of Cincinnati, is at his
sisters', Mrs. Henry Hussey and Mrs.
Harriet Izor. .
The Milton schools closed Wednesday-
evening until Monday, for Thanks
giving holidays.
trs. Sarah Michael of Muncie, is at
"rank Doty's. .
Miss Marie Behner returned Wed
nesday from Indianapolis.
Jacob Kerber of Hamilton, O., is at
his father's, Chris Kerber.
Geo. Golay has returned to Dublin.
Miss Mary Dillon of Cambridge City
is the guest of Miss Kerber. ,
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Saturday morning, afternoon and evening.
MUSIC BY THE RICHMOND CITY BAUD.
Admission, Gents 15c;
Great Gans
As put on at the Phillips
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FRIDAY NIGHT, NOV. 30
WM. A. BRADY'S Missive Production of the
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A riramatintinn nf Ffanlr Nnrrlt
lock. Introducing the popular actor,
superb company of 50 players.
1C0 in the great panic scene.
A living, breathinig story of the
Prices $10, $1.00, 75, 50, 25.
NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE!
O. C. MURRAY, Lessee- and Manager
Ono Solid Week, Commencing Monday, Ncy. 26
, Return engigement
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