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the mcnnoND palladium and suk-telegixaxx, suxday, april 25, 1909.
The 1909 Directory for the Home Telephone
Company is now being compiled. ; Send in your
application for a 'phone, so that we can get your
name properly listed in the new book
Have you considered the convenience of the
Secret Service Automatic Telephone? Consider
the convenience, business economy and pleasure
of a 'phone in your home, office, or store.
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Richmond Home Telephone Co
Week of April 2 McNavin-Cash Co.
All Week High Class Vaudeville.
Thursday, , April 29 Creators.
Friday, April 30. Haoenbeck-Wallaee
1 ' , I
I Oood Potatooo I FRITZ KRULL
of Indianapolis, teaches staging In
. Com Ond PotfltO Richmond at the parlors of the
r Alll-. Starr Piano Company, etery Mon
tr OfTI I ISO r day. Mr. Krull offers a SPECIAL.
l Mmm nn St rl M SPRING COURSE In the works of
t I W M L.J W J Est Schubert. Schumann, and . the mod
a ra German and French' compos-
PEED GTORE .
11 mum 13 North Ninth St. . . -
L J Just learned that Gold Medal Flour to
sifted ten timet through finest silk. Ecouu.
one anotberfbeins as amiable and con
siderate as ' characterizes - the - inter'
course of an mblage of human be
ings at a socialnfunction.
Imperceptibly directed by a single
trainer and of seemingly happy ; ac
cord and eager uinity. these formerly
dreaded kings and oueens of the see
thing jwagle. the bowling wilderness
and the remote inaccessible frozen
wilds of the Poles build their sky-
scraping pyramids, balance; with a
skill riraling that of the human acro
bat upon barrels, play rollicking
games of see-saw; with courteous con
sideration for the luxurious comfort of
their master form soft living couches
of themselves and invite his ' confi
dence by opening their terrible, blood
red mouths for the temporary inser
tion of his trusting head.
It would require pages tottell in ad
vance all the startling novelties intro
duced . in the Hagen beck-Wallace
shows, which, besides the .many train
ed wild animal features.' is a , circus
vastly - superior to any organization
TARIFF BILL TO
PASS BY JUNE
DR. J. A. WALLS,
, 21 Soath Tenth St., BIchmond. Ind.
Office days Monday. Tuesday. Friday
Saturday of each week.
Consultation and one month's Treatment Free.
T1UDAT9 PISEASES OP THE THROAT, LUNOS,
KIDNEYS, UVGR and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM.
DYSPEPSIA and DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. Epl
leosv (or falllnr fits). Cancer. Private and Nervous
s'fMl niiMut. Loss of Vitality from Indiscretions. Piles. Fistu
la. Flacttre and Ulcerations of the Rectum, without detention iroia business.
RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED AND GUARANTEED.
your garden you need to make a care
ful selection of the seed in order to
get the best results. That selection
can best be made at - .
Garver & Meyer's
store. Every kind of seed here, and
every kind is the best and exactly
what it is represented to be.
True When This State
ment Is Made.
TROUBLE OVER AGREEMENT
IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE LEAD
ERS OF THE SENATE AND THE
HOUSE WILL CLASH ON' THIS
There's Ko Dcrli Ream With a Kodak Tank
In laet, the Kodak system la daylight all the way.
The New Phillips.
And now after a rare kind of com
edy the New Phillips comes back to
something a little more ' serious and
understandable, ,' yet quite laughable,
in The Romance of a Rose, a musical
comedy playlet by Marguerite Newton
Company. This romance as it is stag
ed by this company is a very sooth
ing little story and does not grate on
the nerves like so many harsh produc
tions one sees at the present time. It
is full of vigor and vim and really is a
big credit to vaudeville.
The Martineze Brothers are Spanish
serenaders. 'You will like these good
fellows and the music they carry is
Al Wilson says he is a comedian., HOWeVer VOICeS UO NOl fling
You will have to take his word for it,
for he comes from the far, East, but
Al has ' lots of confidence and it is
easy to believe that he can turn the
: Repertoire all Week.
At the Gennett all this week McNa-vln-Cash
Stock company in repertoire
of comedies, dramas and vaudeville.
On Monday night ladles free under
usual ' conditions. The opening bill
will be the great ! sensational comedy
drama "The Man From Nevada."
Lovers of music will welcome the
appearance of Creatore and his band
who come to the Coliseum Thursday
April 29th and will give two concerts
on that day. Creatore's frequent vis
its to Richmond are vividly remember
ed and those who have seen the con
ductor and heard his great organiza
tion will avail themselves of the op
portunity of hearing the bandmaster's
interpretations of the grand operatic
selections that are always to be found
among the numbers programed.
To those who are not familiar with
tne career or the Italian director, a
short sketch may be, of interest. Al
though previously well known through
out Italy and celebrated there for his
musical abilities, Signor Giusippe
Creatore was practically unknown
when he arrived in America early in
1900 in search of fame and fortune in
the new world. He was then less
than 30 years old. Creatore's early
successes were made at Atlantic City
and in Philadelphia and during his
yisits to the Pacific Coast, and the far
West in '01 and '02. Since that time
Creatore has had his own ' , band of
carefully "; selected artists, and has
been giving, concerts constantly In the
musical centers of the East, the suc
cess of which is a matter of history,
the artistic import being attracted by
teeming columns of praise and com
mendation from the leading musical
Many deem it irfNossible to ade
quately describe Creatore's music.
There is a subtle charm,, a something
Tanke 919. KLtf
VV. II. ROSS DRUG CO.
Straw Bat Cleaner " - , -
... . . . , . . . i
commmees wiu ao io tn am. uie dis- i
gest tariff question mark has lodg
ment at the white house. The prob
lem of the tariff makers - would be
much less complicated had they any
way of knowing what the president
would do tb the bill under any given
set of circumstances.
It has been announced that Mr. Taft
will veto the bill unless it "squares
with, the "republican platform pledge."
But the; republican platform pledge
was not a specific one and its exact
interpretation is a matter of opinion.
Mr. Taft has said it means that the
tariff should.be readjusted on the bas
is of the difference in production cost
at home and abroad but manifestly it
would be impossible to exactly deter
mine this difference in all instances.
It is not to be assumed that Mr.
Taft would veto the bill because in
a single instance the duty levied ex
ceeded the difference in production
cost , Nor would he do it because it
departed in two instances or in three.
The making of a tariff -bill depends
on human . agency and perfection,
therefore, is barred. ' But how far can
the bill depart from Mr. Taft's inter
pretation of the platform pledge with
out suffering the penalty of his veto?
If that question could be answered
the managers of the bill would at
least have a chart to steer by. But
as it is not probable Mr.. Taft himself
could answer it, the bill will have to
go blindly on its way taking its
Chance of in the end meeting its death
at the' hands of an executive veto.
A CIRCUS THAT IS A CfiEICDS.
The Greatest Combination cl m Efccicc:
Shows lino wnx raianD
Tfce Msl Plttsiag EihitUiea Ewer mtrssstl
Recipe for Men
reltman'a Panetela Claar Good all the Way
ED A FELTMAN, MAKER.
Wholesale and Retail Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes.
609 Main St.
We have been in the manufacture of "Fluff" Rugs from useless car
pets, such as Ingrain, Wool Tarry, Brussels, Velvet, Wilton, and Ax
nitnstsr, for the past eleven years. Each year the popularity of "Fluff"
Rugs has Increased so that we have been compelled to enlarge our fa
cilities to meet the demand. Our "Fluff" Rugs last longer than any do
mestic rug. ; We make them just as large as your space requires.. We
take your carpet as it comes off the floor. We not only clean each car
pet three times in the process of manufacturing "Fluff" Rugs, but we dis
infect them as well; thus putting the rugs in a thorough sanitary condi
tion. Any order, whether large or small, will receive prompt and careful
attention. Representatives now in Richmond for a few weeks. Any ord
er given until Wednesday, Apr. 28. I, will deliver them about May 15th.
For orders telephone Central Hotel. Phone 2296.
;: Astopaim Kfos. Knngj Co.
which prevades and dominates the at
mosphere of his concertsithe influence
of which-words f fail toconvey and
this must be experienced Ho be appre
ciated. Hagenbeck-Wallace Shows.
The remarkable and complete col
lection of trained wild animal actors,
comprising the most important speci
mens of zoology, assembled in the
wild beasts performances which form
an imposing part of the Hagenbeck
Wallace Shows, which exhibit here
April 30 has never been equaled in
the history of the wolrd. No corner
of the globe has been considered too
remote ,to make this collection the
most unique on earth.
Chief among these wonderful crea
tures is a hybrid -lion-tiger, a magni
ficent animal of feline grace and ter
rible power, with all the peculiarities
of both lion and tiger, but wearing
the tiger's stripes upon the lion's skin..
One of the most important groups is
composed of two lions, three Bengal
tigers, two India leopards, two pumas,
two enormous Polar bears, four Great
Dane dogs and the singular hybrid
lion-tiger. Here, ' too. we are ' con
fronted with the incredible spectable
of six different species and the afore
mentioned intermixture of two of
them, each naturally the instinctive,
implacable foe of the others, and
some of .them hitherto considered by
the best masters of zoology as wholly
untamable, performing together in a
colossal steel-girt arena which absolu
tely insures the safety of the public,
their bearing toward their trainer and
Washington, April 24. Republican
leaders in congress declare the tariff
bill will have been passed and con
gress adjourned mot later than June 1,
but their voicedo not ring true when
they make the claim. Down in their
hearts most oH them expect July to
find them still wrangling over , the
If the republican leaders in house
and senate were able to agree on a
program and put it through there
would be no difficulty about adjourn
ment by June 1, but there seems little
liklihood they will be able to do this
In the first place, the leaders are un
able to agree among themselves and,
if they were to agree, they lack the
power to compel the house and sen
ate to accept their mandate.
But Little Politics.
- There is going to be mighty little
politics in the present .tariff bill. With
Florida, Louisiana and -Texas Remand
ing protection on some lines and Iowa
and Illinois Insisting upon free trade
In others, it is wholly impossible to
tell where republicanism leaves off
and democracy .'begins This fact adds
to the difficulties of 'passing the bill
at an early day. The managers of the
bill will never know of what schedule
the combined opposition will com
mand a majority, and the situation
makes the possibilities of combina
tions and trades infinite. The bill as
reported to the senate from the fi
nance committee is an improvement
over the form, in which it came from
the house, but still lacks -a lot of meet
ing the country's expectations.
But no man can tell nor even guess
what form the bill ' will have when it
is sent to a conference between "the
houses. The senate is going to take
all the time it wants to consider the
bill. Scores of amendments will be
offered to every schedule and as
many of them will be adopted as can
command a majority. Xo rule will be
brought In limiting the opportunities
for amendment and requiring a vote
on a certain day. This means that
the harder ' Senator Aldrich and his
associates of the finance committee
try to keep the bill in the form in
which it was reported the longer the
time required for. its passage.
The Tariff Problem.
Notwithstanding the uncertainty as
to what the senate and the conference
This will prove a welcome 'bit of In
formation for all those who tar over
worked, gloomy, despondent, nervous
and have trembling; limbs. he!rt palpi
tation, dizziness, cold extremities, in
somnia, fear without cause, timidity in
venturing-, and general inability to
act naturally and rationally as others
do, because the treatment dan Je pre
pared secretly at home and taken
without any one's knowledgje.
If the reader decides to 'try It. set
three ounces of ordinary syrup aarsa
parilla compound and one ounce com
pound fluid balmwort; mix, and let
stand two hours: then get one ounce
compound essence cardiol and one
ounce tincture cadomene compound
(not cardamom); mix all together,
shake well and take a teaspenrul af
ter each meal and one when, retiring-
Half Week, April 26
FIRST THREE DAYS
Marguerite Newton Co.
la "The Bomsacc at u Bom.
Musical Comedy Playlet.
7 OTLTEnDIGACTS 7
Admission , 10 cents to all parts of
Entire change of program 'Mondays
A Colossal and Complete Rlsacseris!
The Finest Dorses ol Any Scow ca Ecrt!
- Spectacular StreetiParc&s at 10 O'eloeliS
A Sho w Without Superior or Eqcd!
General Admiion-Children 25; Adults SO; reserved setts sdoHisnftl
. .. . Til
Harry C. Sonunmrm,.
One Weelx, Conxnrennn April
TUE MAN FROM NEVADA." '
In Denertclre of CosseCles and Drcrr.n.
Prices, to and 20c Dally Matinees, 10c Ladles Free asoneay mgm.
Sale opens Friday morning -at box office after 10 A. M.
When the neck-band of your shirt rubs your neck
raw don't blame your barber it isn't his fault
Your shirt is cut too low in the neck. The custom
made shirt so popular with our customers, is a
sure cure for that.
Tie IPteik SSaiinl Oonipaiy
Cor. Cth andi&sln. Pccne 2S37.
Sootc now on oalo at Rooonbloom, Dunlin Q Co. 'c for titio
GRAND PRIZE DRILL AND MILITARY ALL at ttho
COLISEUM, APRIL 28th. Ono SOc tictxof admits tjontt and
lady to both. Doors opon at covon o'clock. Drill bocino
at bicht o'clock.
Prlcoo 25, 50, 75 arid pl.OO.
Seats en cals Tcrrow, April 23, Stair Ptasa Wcrcrcc3.
no l?ormn no mora
fizz S53ir? tecefl Gra&tfl- IFJdeo SUF