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THINKS POOR GET REFINED REVIVAL OF PLAY OF GREAT NOTE. The Richmond Palladium, Sunday, January 20, 1907, ENOUEHJOR WORK Chancellor Day of Syracuse !M 9 '&&4inl $te&m&f" i f ju Attest. tandfc&Sp&tf? 4 A scene from "The Black Crook," which appears at the Gennett theater Monday night. Goes Further and Thinks Some Get Too Much. HE SCORES PHILANTHROPY A VOICE FOR THE CORPORATION EXPRESSES SENTIMENT WHICH IS ORIGINAL TO SV)T THE LEAST. NEWS OF THE THEATERS Theatrical Calendar. GENNETT. Jan. 21. The Black Monday, Crook. Wednesday, Jan. 23. "Denver Ex press." t r 4 n . t i j. ... I nursuay, Jan. iiwouu i cn Claim." Friday night, Jan. 25 "The Light Eternal. PHILLIPS. Entire Week High class vaudeville. Vaudeville at the Phillips. Some entirely new features will be ...... 1 1 i "The Light Eternal" Gennett. intrndurf rl in the vaudeville bill at the a pwiitna this wPPk. bPeinnina "The Light Eternal." a powerful pftom, firm nf these will love story of early Rome, by Martl-i ho r,?v w act hv Shllptta Bros.. v- Merle, who has won the enthusiis who are said to be very clever; an- tic approbation of the secular an-i iv. : i r.erious press of New 5' oik City, as Oilier ltaiUie UIUOCLIUII UI LUC i TJraJnn Urns sinsrprs and danc-1 well as the emphatic endorsement f .vtrrHinrv, uhn rnmfl dirfpt clergy of all denominations durin; fr., th irifh rirr-,,it The its recent engagement at the Majesc.c . 1. 1 ' 11 Will ' " " " full nrnori'am fnr thf Vfflc is aa ff)I- o,t,-Q ATar-u. TToiBh- Smi. sented at the Gennett theater, Friday, letta Bros., comedy bar act; Carl d. j jn- 2oth (night onlj.y XTr-nllnncrh imnersnnatnr: Com; Tne Play is sald to be b' TA.-,rh Turner and Co.. nresentimr the i most logical and conv,m:ix.-ig romia act playlet, "Mr. Bluffer Bluffed;" i uc UIMW Ul lu" ''" Franklin A. Brooks, song illustrator: j ver iH,l"" ut lu"; I human side of every o.y life uni dancers, and the Philoscope, showing ! man's inhumanity to man as exempu- the Meal matinee Wednesday. Special matinee for children Saturday, and a double far the cers, ana tne jnnoscope, snowing i ' - Custom Officials, The Unexpected j fied ln the Piless persecution of sus il, and 100 to 1 Shot Souvenir pected christians is cleverly interwov- performance Saturday evening. ' en with an intensely absorbing heart interest, replete with jealous intrigue and thrilling situation? 8 To borrow money if you have to pay such a high rate of interest for Jt that yo i cannot use it to your advantage. 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REJIEMBKK, NO RED TAPE; MONEY" WITHOUT DELAY; that is -vny the people borrow their money from us. We loan money in the towns on the Interurban lines out of Rich mond. Courteous treatment and absolute secrecy guaranteed Loan Co Established 1895. Home Phone 445. Room 8, Colonial Building. RICHMOND, IND. "The Man on the Box" Gennett. Henry E. Dixey, who it must be gen erally admitted, is by ail right Amen ca's foremost comediai, monies to tfc Gennett at an early date in a clean laughable comedy which not on y gives him the best ch-m he has eve' had for the fitting disp a of his many talents, but which has stored a gen-, ine success on Its ow.i merits as a play, in every city m which it has ap peared. Of JMr. Divey it is only nee essary to say that he has never be.""i seen to greater advantage for Dixey at his best means an evening of unal ioyed theatrical e n joj'Tici.t. His play is "The Man -n the Box, ' t ctramatization by Gracs L. Furniss of Harold McGrath's ce.rrra'.cd novel oi that title, and is produced under tho management of Mr. Witer N. La rence, whose name 's synonymous with clean, healthy, nholesome an 1 successful plays. No more artistic and beautiful setting was ever givsn a play than he has pic.ioed for "T'." Mon on the Box,' 'and Mr. Dixey a supporting company i- i nique in thai e-ery meraoer wr. sehcied for some e.s.ecial funess for th-3 character he or she is to play. "God acting and p 1 ty of it," began o io New Yok clitic's review, and ih..z this is what net pic want, is attennej by the f jet that Mr. Dixey's great play at the Madison Square theater, New York, lasted 123 nights and then 81 at the Lyric. The play tells a romantic love story its hero being a dare-devil young army officer, who to pique the inter est of a girl with whom he is in love, usurps the place of her coachman, runs away with her and is arrested for reckless driving. Finally he takes service as her groom for a short time and ultimately impresses her so fav orably with his manliness, breeding and capability, that he wins her love, and all ends happily to the tune Lohengrin's wedding march. of "The Black Crook" Gennett. "The Black Crook", said to be as scintillating as ever, is to be the at traction at the Gennett, next Mon day night. The present production is under the management of Miller and Plohn, a new firm in this line of presentation, although Mr. Miller, the senior mem ber has been associated with spec tacular plays before, and will be re membered for his magnificent Kajan ka which he gave to the stage some years ago. The version of "The Black Crook" which is to be given this season, is the one originally used and while so far as the play itself Is concerned, the original lines have been made from the established rules and much that is modern has been introduced. The story of "The Black Crook" is so old that it will bear telling anew. Rudolph and Amina are a pair of youthful lovers, but Amina is also loved by the wicked Count Wolfenstein who is in league with Hertzog the "Crook" who has a compact with the "Evil One." Hertzog, the old necromancer, has bargained with his Satanic majesty, whereby he is to be granted an added year of life for each victim. But Amina and Rudolph are under the protection of the good fairy, Stalacta, who in the end overthrows the plans of the plotters and of course every thing ends happily as it always does in well regulated fairy tales. This thread of a story has given unlimit ed opportunity for the introduction of many weird effects and gorgeous stage pictures and "The Black Crook" has been the most successful of spec tacles for nearly forty years. It is said that the present production is in no wise inferior to its predeces sors. A large company is of course necessary for the numerous dances, marches, etc., and this it is promised has been made up of the best material and talent available. Among those who will be seen in the principal roles are Bernard Gallagher, Robt. B. Mack, Emmett O'Connor, Wallace Hopper, Coit Albertson, Eugene Bar ry, Thomas Hayden, John Gerome, Leo D'Artega, Harry Elwin, Edith Carlisle, Nellie V. Nichols, Maude Hartley. A large chorus is one of the features of the production and there will be several novelties in the way of vaudeville acts, among the latter being those by The Five Donazettas and the eight English Girls. Publishers PrtsaJ New xo;u., w. i.i-v. Dr. James Roscoe Day, chancellor of Syracuse university. In an address to the Syra cuse alumni association attacked the arguments advanced by J. G. Phelps Stokes and Rose Pastor Stokes, his wife. "What is ail this cry that is being made about the poor wa;e tarner?" asked Dr. Day. "The wage earners get enough for what they do and a great many of them get more. I know the poor. I have been among them and have studied them. I know that they are the chief support of up wards of 10.000 saloons in this city; I know that thy are th chief causes of intemperance and shifllessness, and then the blame is put on the hard hearted corporations. We should cease some ct the philanthropy which we practice and hlp the poor to learn their duty and to make them help themselves." A PLAV FOR MINISTERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND VLAR ( DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE PRICE OWES THAT C EASY. BUY A STOVE AND K ON ONE DOLLAR A WEEK. "Nobody's Claim." Gennett. A play that has pleased the people and drawn packed houses for ten years must have some merit. No body's Claim holds the. record for business in more theatres than any other melo-drama ever written. Re turn dates are always larger than the The Llflht Eternal" to Appear at the Gennett Theatre January 25 and Preachers Are to be Admitted Free to it. The management of "The Light Eternal", which is to be presented at the Gennett theatre Friday, Jan. 25 want the ministers of Richmond to pass judgment on the production and to suggest changes. The author of "The Light Eternal" has sought in the writing of his dra ma, to combine in a theatrical per formance that which will entertain and please, and at the same time in struct, uplift and ennoble. The management believe the cler gy, so quick to detect and frown up on the pruriant, debasing and banal in theatres, should be equally alert and ever ready to commend and in dorse the worthy and the elevating. Therefore, ministers of every de nomination are asked to attend any performance of "The Light Eternal' "without money p.nd without price." 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Thursday matinee, 10 cents to all parts of the house. Ladies admitted free on Wednesday night under the usual conditions. Seats on sale at the Weecott Pharmacy. 3im CfM MCTT TLB i TIES E5f Ira 3wlshr E--inj i! d i i i ncMi nc Managar MONDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 21st Miller arid Plohn's colossal revival of the famous American spectacle in four acts and fourteen wondrous scenes. With a wealth of marvelous stage settings, costly and original cos tuming, intricate mechanical appliances, novel and astounding effects, together with dances, marches, groupings, ensembles, specialties,' the cast includes Robert B. Mack, Emmet (VConnor, Wallace Hopper, John Green, Wm. Garton, Harry Elvin, E. Coit Albertson, Leo D'Art ega, Thomas Hayden, Page Kellcy, Nellie V. Nichols, Maud Collins, Miriam Norris, Maude Hartley, Hester Phelan. The 5 Donazettas. The 8 English Girls. Staged under the personal direction of Bolos sy Kiralfey. Prices: $1.50, $1.00, .75, .50, .25. Seat sale at the West cott Pharmacy. EEP WARM Kidney ills seize young and old alike Quickly come and little warning give. Children suffer in their early years With the Holden Stock Company at The Gennett theatre Wednesday night, Thursday matinee and night. first visit, and these facts alone are proof of the merits of this great play. As presented by Holden Bros, this season, this play compares with any on the road. The cast is in every way complete and the sensational, mechanical surprises surpass any thing ever attempted in this line. "Nobody's Claim" will be at the Gen nett on next Thursday night. The company presenting "The Denver Ex press" on Wednesday night. x o rrt i v. . Ike Kind Ysa Have Aiware Bsrht Bear ti Can't control the kidney secretions. Girls are languid, nervous, suffer pain. Women worry, can't do daily work. Robust men have lame and aching backs. Old folks, weak, rheumatic, lame. Endure distressing urinary Ills. The cure for man, for women, or for child Is to cure the cause the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys Cure all the varied forms of kidney suffering. Richmond testimony guarantees ev ery box. Mrs. F. Heater, of 607 North Thir teenth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "My son while working one day wrenched his back, and believing it had affected his kidneys he got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills from A. G. Luken & Co's. drug store. After tak ing a few doses the pain disappeared and he believes Doans Kidney Pills a fine remedy for backache." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. . Remember the name-Doaa's and take no other. The New Phillips Vaudeville Theatre O. G. MURRAY, LESSEE AND MANAGER. PROGRAM WEEK JAN. 21st, 1907. Saturday 3, 7:45 and 9:15 p. m. A OVERTURE, "Yankiana." Marie Reisch, musical director. B SMILETTA BROS. Comedy bar act. .. .. .. .. .. .. C CARL D. M'CULLOUGH. Impersonator. D CORA BEACH TURNER & CO. Dramatic playlet, "Mr . Bluffer Bluffed." E FANKLIN A. BROOKS, t Song illustrator. F THE FOUR BRAGDON BROS. Singers and dancers extraordi nary. G THE PHILOSCOPE. Custom Officials. Unexpected Meal. 100 to 1 Shot. Special matrnee eacn Saturday; children 5 cents. All othor matinees 10c, except to children under 5 years. Souvenirs Wednesday matinee. -ROLLER SKATING - COLISEUM- Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. morning, afternoon and evening. Music by the Richmond City Band. Admission, Gents, 15c; Ladies free. Skates 10c. ' Cincinnati Fur Robery. Publishers Press. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 19. Two busi ness houses less than half a block from the Hammond stret po!V"e sta tion were tenered and robbed of $5,003 worth of fine furs. The H. J. Weiler company and the Apple Millinery com pany were the losers. Only the more valuable eoo. Tor-i taken. When the crispy mornings come, you will be delighted if sou have Mrs. Austin's Pancakes for breakfast. HAYS BROS.' s. THEATRE FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN AND CHILDREN. 9 South Seventh St. AFTERNOON and EVENING PROGRAM FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, JAM. 21, 22, 23 "A Bold Bank Robbery" and "Dollie's Papa." Illustrated Song: 44 Will the Angels Let Me Play?" Words by W. L. Werden. Music by Fred'k E. Gladdhh CONTINUOUS SHOW. Artificial gas. the 20th Century fuel. 10-tf II Use artificial gas for Hgnt and heat. 10-tf for News Palladium Want Ads Pay.