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Richmond DAitrrPAJjjLDrim.' Saturday; December 7. i90i 1
Richmond Palladium! of A3 35 SATURDAY, DEC. 7. 1901. PuhbhJ etery eaing Bands; txeepted) by THE 'PALLADIUM CO.- Old and MwPhonH Ha. 81. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION t Om fur by Mall, tag JM - 3.C OMMilk " JM Oaa vaak, by aarriar ----- MB In preparing notices for our church column it is not necessary to quote Bible texts in full. Giving the author and number of chapter and verse is fcufiicient. Readers of the Pal ladium are supposed to be able to find the texts. Tte selection of a successor to Judge Woods on the federal bench is giving a good deal of trouble to Indi ana congressmen and furnishing a lot ' of gossip for Washington cor resoondents. Besides, the matter seems to be making the President somewhat tired. Seventeen thousand children were arrested in Chicago the past year, Would it not be well for Miss Stone, when ransomed, to let the heathen in Bulgaria rage, and betake herself to ChicSlcro? The ODDortunity for mis sionary work there is unlimited and there is no danger from brigands. The Indianapolis 6chool board has concluded to adopt the rule, which has been in force in this city for a number of years not to allow collec tions of money in the public schools. The wonder is that it has taken the Indianapolis board so long to reach this wise conclusion. While the senate was listening to speeches suggesting methods for the suppression of anarchy a red-mouthed anarchist was delivering a harrangue in Chicago eulogizing Czolgosz and approving the assassination cf Mc Kinley. It is evident that congress can not act too promptly in this matter. Now comes the news, by way of London, that Queen Wilhelmina's aid-de-camp, Major Van Tets, died from the injuries he received in a 3uel with the queen's husband. Van Tets lost his life in defense of the jueen, and the Dutch will probably make Holland too warm a locality for Prince Henry. at t o clock. t! ' ; " ; V:' baptist:'" Ninth Street Baptist Church, Rev. i H. C Randolph, pastor Prcach ling at 109) a. m Subject, '"Tte Power of the Cross," John 12:32. j At 7:30 p. m. preaching, subject, "What ThiDk Ye of Christ. ; Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., John T. Catkins, superintendent. "B. Y. P. 1 u. meeting at b:30 u in., Amanda j CoggiM, president. First Baptist church, north elev enth street. Rev. Addison Parker pastor. Morning subject, "A Liook Into the Word." Evening subject, "Great Uses for Common Things.' KHODA TEMPLE. The meeting tomorrow at 3 p. m. will be devoted to a discussion of contemporary temperance topics by those present. A meeting will also be held Monday evening at 7:30 to which all are invited. SCIENTIST. Christian Science services at the reading rooms in the Masonic tem ple at 10:30. Subject, "Sacrament". Wednesday evening meeting at 7:30 o'clock, at Masonic temple. PRESBYTERIAN. First Presbyterian church Sunday-school H:15 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. By request the discourse on 'God's Equitaole Justice in the Future World" will be repeated at the even ing services. Epworth League meet ing at 6:15 p. m. United Presbvterian church Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. by Rev. S. R. Lyons, D. D., pastor Sunday school at 9:30, Christian Union at 6:30. Prof. Eyer will pre side at the pipe organ. Special organ music at 6:45 to 7 p. m. for the wait ing audience. LUTHERAN. First English Lutheran Church. Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Subject in the evening "Heaven," being one in series on "The Life Be yond." A New Rented-. The old friends of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will be pleased to know that the manufacturers of that preparation have gotten out a new remedy called Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets, and that it is meeting with much success in the treatment of constipation, bilious ness, sick headache, impaired diges tion and lika disordrrs. These Tab- letsiare easier to take and more pleas ant in effect than Dills, then they not only move the bowels, but improve the appetite and correct any dis-or ders of the stomach and liver. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff. I AMUSEMENTS. "CATGUT IX TUE WEB " "Caught in the Web," Joseph Le Brandt s new play wi 1 be given at the Gannett next Wednesday. It is a detective story brim full of situa tions that tend to send the irailery ! gods wild witn ae.ignt, and yet are t so reasonable that the patrol of the j first floor cannot .help enjoying the! novel situations. lnen there are many new ideas embodied in this plav all of which are clearly aid skillfully worked out oy the company wnicn emoraces ome excellent ar tists, actors and actresses much above the ordinary. I he story of the play and interests never flag from toe rise to the final fall of the curtain. p I - i H THE CHURCHES Miss Rhodes Here. Miss Emma Rhodes, formerly city missionary of Kicbmond. now super- ntendent of the Indiana reformatory for women and the industrial school for girls at Indianapolis, is in the city. She comes to pay a visit to the Eastern Insane hospital and to fami liarize herself with some of the meth ods of management in vogue at that institution. She is meeting with success in her new position, a fact that will please her many Richmond friends. CATHOLIC. S. Mary's, Rev. Julius F. Mat tingly, pastor. First mass at 8 a. m. High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 3:C0 p. m. IRIEXPS. North A Street Friends First dav school 9 a. m. Meeting for wor ship 10:30 a. m. Young Friends' association 6:30 p m. Subject. "Moral Courage When Needed and Why?" East Main Street Friends, corner Main and fifteenth streets Bible school at 9 o'clock. Meeting for worship 10:30. Senior Endeavor at A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H Sud 6:30 p. m. MidweeK meeting for i hoff. worship Fifth-day (Thursday) morn-; ingat loociocv." ' Depot Changes. South Eighth Street Friends- ; wtile the det ot improvements are Sabbath school, 9:1. a. m Worship, ; mad Ticket Agent Elmers 10:o0. Intermediate Christian En-1 office is to remain in the same spot, deavu 2 p m C. E. praytr meet- ;The east end of the depot will be ing b;U The fifth in the series for i torD down the Adams express corn better understandicg of the New i win py tLe arartment now Testament -Living pictures of Q as a ladies' waiting room and growinir church, wul be given by the ea8t door and window of the the past t at o cccj. k . ffi . te ciOSed uo. A To Get Rid ofa Corn. First soak it in warm water to soften it, then pare it down as close ly as possible without drawing the j blood and app!y Chamberlain's Pain i Balm twice daily ; rubbing vigorously I for five minutes at each application. A coi n plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe. J As a general liniment for sprains, ! bruises, lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is unenualed. For sale bv MISS KIDDER Ever since Katharyn Kidder's great success as "Madame San Gene" she has made persistent endeavor to find a character equally well suited to her ability. Her perseverence appears to have been rewarded by Mr. G en MacDorough who has written "Mol ly Pitcher" for her. This play is founded on the central incident in the life of the brave woman who dis tinguished herself at the Battle of Monmouth. For her gallantry she was made a sergeant by General Washington. Miss Kidder is said to be very enthusiastic over the role and believes she has a success great er even than she achieved in Madame San Gene. The plav will be seen in this city on next Thursday at the Gecnett theater. French flannels for waists at Craw ford's. 5 3t Rugrs, all sizes and grades, at Crawford's. 5 3t GENNETr Theatre. MURRAY & SWISHER. Lessaee and Managers. Pooy Stockio Prize Wioraers ANNOUNCEMENT We declare the combined weight of the ten p-nies offered as prizes by the Wayne Knitting' Mills t be 3,737 lbs. 13 oz., and the following ten persona to be the winners: ( No. 1 Oewana DeWolf, Moroco, Ind., 3,737 lbs. IS oz. Dealer, J. A. DcWolf & Son. ? : No. 2 D. S. Creed, Station M, Cincinnati, O., 8,737 lbs. 14 oz. Deiier, burg, Indiana. ' 3 -A A. Ha:kmao, OIdn No. 3 Reymond Raphael, Knnis, Texas, 3,737 No. 4 H. E. Pettingill, 61 Purchase street, Newburyport, George H. Plumer. No. lbs, 8 oz. .Dealer, W. Tolesch & Son. j j. . Massachusetts, 3,737 lbs.' 8 it.' Dea'er, Nelson A Frost. Box 10. Flint. Mich.. 3.737 lbs. 8 Oz. Dealer. Smith. Bridirn ai & Co. No. 6 F. Tallman, Pendleton, Oregon, 3.73S lbs. Dealer. Alexander & Hexter. No. 7 ohu Taylori 1233 N. Third St., SpriugfieU, 111., 3,73 lbs. 2 oz. Dealer, John Bressmtr Co. ' No 8 -Claude Neville, 413 Thirteenth St., Huntington, V. Va.. 3,737 lbs. 7 oz. Dealer, Valentine & Newcouib. . . -. . No. 9 Russell I!aroeit, 103 tamolwll St., Kvansville, Ind., 3,737 lbs. 7 oz. Dealer. Fowler. Dick & Walker. No. 10 Gerald Frary, 01 4th Ave, Great Falls, Mont.. 8.737 lbs. 7 oz. Dealer, Strain Pros. Cbas. McCulloch, President Hamilton National Bank Geo. V. Beers, Vice President Xat'l Telephone Co. Chas. E Bond, Ass't Cashier Old Nat'l Bank F. V. Culbertson, Pres't Ft. Wayne Commercial Club Committee. SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE. SENSIBLE GIFTS. METHODIST. Grace M. E. church, Frarcis M. Kemper, D. D., pastor, will preach at 1U:3 a. m. and 7 p. m. Morning sermon, "The New Sonsr. " Evening subject. "The Great Necessitv." Third M. K. church. E. E. Trip peer, pastor Sabbath-school V 30. lreaching 11:30. Subject, "Gospel Expansion." Class mtetinff 11:30 Junior League 2. Kpworth Leasrue .Preaching and revival service 7 Wesleyan church, sou.h tenth street a. m. class, W. Goins leader; 10.30 a. m. preaching; 2 p. m. Sundav-school. T. H. Johnson supt. Subject. "The Cause of tbe Skepticism of Thomas." Fifth Street M. E. church, J. P. Chamness, pastor. Sunday school at i:ld, preaching at 10:30, Junior league 2 p. m , class at 2.30, Epworth league at t. Prayer meeting Thurs day eveiing at 7:15. Morning sub ject, "The Call." Evening subject. "The Value of Influence-" First M. E. church Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by the pastor, Rev. M. E. Kethercut, Morning subject, "The Holy Ghost." Evening subject, ItSaul of Tarsus." CHRISTIAN. 'Christian church Worship at K. of P. temple, south eighth street, in the absence of the pastor. Dr. S. M. Creighton, ot Indianapolis, will preach. The ladies of the church will door and window have been cut through into the gentlemen's wait ing room, which will serve as a gen eral waiting room at present. The new depot, as previously stated, will be east of the present structure, which will remain intact, excepting tht? east end of it, until the new building is ready for occupancy. It will then be torn down and be re placed with train sheds. WEDNESDAY, DEC. II. The great detective play ... Caught In The Web! See the "reat robbery seen", the police : raid, the exciting chae for life. . ! All new special scedery. j Prices 2.). 3- and SO. " : j Sale of seats opens at Westcott Phar- i macy iionday morning, Dec. U. You will bo astonished at the marvelous display of pretty things in FIJKXITURE and the LOW PRICES" when you visit this store. It is only necessary to xeicieea little" good judgment in 6uch a vast asscitment a3 ours to find just the right thing to please husband, wife father, mother, brother and sister. Here is a partial list of what we sell to give an i iea of the completeness bedc, iron beds, odd dressers, chiffoniers, ladies' dressing tables, bedroom buffets, extension tables, chiaa onsets, ladies' de?k, b)o'3ase3, library tables, glasses, parlor tables, rockers, Morris chairs. of stock: Brass sets, sideboards. htll seats, hall We hold g tts purchased until Xmas. Ferd. G-rotliaus. 614 & 616 MAIN. ft ENNETT THEATRE - - THEATRE. Managers and Lessees. MURRAY & SWISHER WEEK OF DECEMBER D. MATI XE DAILY, C'OMMESCING TUESDAY. The Mm Dramatic Co. Driving Out the En era v. These are the days of colds, sharp and sudden, attacking throat and luni??, and leading to consequences one does not like to think about. Avoid further exposure and fijjht the j Perrv Davis' Painkiller the family stan3-by for sixty years. I conquers a cold in a day. See that vou get the right article. There is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis. The most perfect stock organization I traveling. Appearing ia a series of mas- teiful productions. j REPERTOIRE. i MURRAY SWISHER, Lessees and M anager SPECIAL AXSOIXEMEXT AMI EVENT OF THE SEASON. ONE NIGHT ONLY THUROPAY. PEC. I2ih. Miss Kathryn Kidder In the title role of - MOLLY PITCHER Crawford's stock of Japanese ware is now ready for your inspection. 5 3t MATINEE FRIDAY. BY REQUEST, CIEERUP PICKERS j The heroire of tte Battle of Monmouth. 1 A tlav founded upon an historical event -FRANCE of the American Revo'ution. " K.i;An;-kc fnr uatt mail tT t1- P-ices-M irtandaic ephone will be filed in the order of their S , ! receipt at the Wescott Pharmacy. Matinee Prices 10 cents. . ,M j , i I'rices 2"c, 5tc, t-ic, $l.W and (l..)0. Seats at Westcott Phamiacv. 1 FRIDAY NIGHT, WARD OF DO J ' forno - I sSsSa7 CilberlT.Iluiiliiiiii The Furniture Dealer 627 & 629 HAIN OT. Tbe store that ha the stock and saves you more j. 1 -i DR. FENNER'S Blood & Liver KFOTPT AST U NERVE TONIC. I3 E. B. CROSVENOR. MP. SPECIAL EQCTPM ENT FOR THE r TREATMENT OF f Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nosl and throat, - f . Seieatifie rittiat f GImms. ' 24 . fiorth : Eleventh Ot. 4 m mj 0l)iroilico) vs.