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T1IE RICHMOND FALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900.
PAGE THREE FLOOR SHOW CASES ALL OLASS-OR WOOD RIM Clark Ghow Case Co., Columbus, O. "Under Southern Skies." The advent of "Under Southern Skies," at the Gennett, Monday, Nov, 8th, should be a matter of much im portance to our theatergoers. The theme of the story is intensely inter esting and the comedy is delightful. The acting company is especially large, numbering twenty-three people and the production is carried intact. "Under Southern Skies" is by Lottie Blair Parker whose "Way Down East" is well known to our amusement seek rs. MacLean Stock Company. The MacLean Company closes their (engagement at the Gennett tonight in the greatest bill of their entire reper toire, "The Supreme Test." It is even 'better than '"The Transgressor," and the settings and costumes surpass any thing this company has yet presented, fit will be the last chance to see this icompany. The usual prices will pre vail. 10, 'JO and .'iOc, although it is the (first time It has ever been presented Kinder 50c. "Polly of the Circus." In a season that is remarkable chief fly because of attacks by press and cler ,gymen upon certain managers because of their alleged tendency to produce plays of questionable moral tone, it is worthy of more than passing comment that "Polly of the Circus," which comes here at the Gennett on Satur day matinee and night, as seen at the liberty theater in New York city for one full season, has been the subject of special commendation from more than one hundred pulpits in churches throughout the country, and has been pronounced as the cleanest, purest, genuinely American play that the stage has seen in years. That the great majority of theater goers have no taste for risque French farces or other dramatic offerings with vicious tendencies is shown by the fact that "Polly of the Circus," with, its unusually refreshing pictures of the lives of simple people in the small towns, is one of the greatest financial successes in stage history, and there Is no doubt that its local visit will at tract one of the largest audiences the theatre has ever held. "Paid In Full." "Paid in Full," Eugene Walter's play of present day America, is so far famed and popular that Its presenta tion by the Wagenhals & Kemper company at the Gennett tomorrow ev ening will stir liveliest Interest. The occasion will receive the greater atten tion from the fact that the cast is the noted one -that comes direct from the Astor theater In New York. It was especially formed for the third year of this play on Broadway, the greatest cast that has ever been seen In "Paid In Full," a drama more talked and written about than any other ever pro duced In America, and, therefore, In different Indeed to the greatest fea tures of the stage Is the person who has not a keen appreciation of this noted drama, which, to quote one emi nent critic "is a story that Is walking Tip and down the streets, whose men and women are those with whom we daily rub elbows." Of this celebrated play Harper's Weekly said, "It is just what it should be full of interest." There Is convincing proof that the vast public endorses this judgment and thinks that "Paid in Full" is just what it should be. It piled up an enormous run of an unbroken two years in New York, and only lately celebrated a third year on Broadway, when It gained heightened popularity from the bril- NEURALGIA BACKACHE Take ONE I km rad Dr. of the Little Tablet and the Pain is Gone MlW Aatl-Palai Ml lor ymr ftad Ast dMy ar eat tfeinf that wtm fen ato . eealrtd hbI MnkAP.BrtaatO. Nr. twiwruaw RHEUMATISM d SCIATICA! 25 Doses 25 "Cents Yaar Dnajpat Dr. Milu Antf-Paia. PTOi and to M unaortard tt ranjra tat arte at ito Hrsi pacta foal?) If falls te benaht yea. llant cast that acted it, the identical cast that is coming here. At The New Murray. There Is something new in the vau deville bill at the Murray this week. Instead of the old stereotyped features handed out in five or more acts the management has arranged for some thing entirely different. He has brought together a collection of high grade acts that cannot be beaten on the Vaudeville stage. We wish to place especial emphasis on the faultless and perfect work of the Juggling Normans. They are with out a doubt the best jugglers that the people of this city have ever had the opportunity of seeing. There act goes as smoothly as if worked by machin ery. The rapid changing or clubs from one to the other and the unerring judgment as to the time and position to throw is marvelous. We can truth fully say that this act alone Is well worth the price of admission. The Percival, Shaw and Sherman act presenting the comedy "A Family Mix-up" is well worthy of mention. Their misunderstandings and mixed up courtships cause much laughter and applause from the audience. Brooks and Carlisle will insure you that you cannot go to sleep and the Four Nightengales are well worthy of the name they possess. There music is very sweet and harmonious. The perfect blend of the voices shows cul ture and long practice. You will nev er regret the money spent at the Mur ray this week. Burman Bazaars. The great bulk of retail trading In Burma is conducted in bazaars, which are in reality a community of shop and stall keepers congregated within the limits of a building. Electrical Currents. The average person does not experi ence any sensation from an electrical current until the pressure reaches about thirty-tive volts. Coursus de Gangeiand. The earliest mention of a regular practitioner of medicine in English his tory seems to be that of Coursus de Gangeiand. an apothecary to whom was granted a pension of sixpence a day for having attended and taken care of King Edward III. during a visit of the latter to Scotland. Bracelets. Bracelets have been worn by almost every nation, savage or civilized. Paganini. During the evening of the day of his death Paganini. the great violinist, would allow no light In the room, but suddenly be asked that the curtains might be opened, when be looked hap pily at the moonshine. Then, calling for his violin, be began playing on bis favorite G string, and. playing, his spirit passed away. Italian Opera. The first performance of Italian opera in the United States was given In New York city in 1825-Rossini's "Barber of Seville." Animism. Animism is the name of a theory originally propounded by Stahl. about 1707. It asserts that the soul is the vital principle and only cause of life and that the functions of plant and animal life depend upon this principle of vitality and not mere mechanical and chemical action. As the word is now used it denotes the general doc trine of spiritual beings. It is not itself a religion, but a sort of primitive philosophy. Meat of Kids. Good prices are paid in Switzerland for the flesh of kids from six weeks to two months old. The meat is tender, and some prefer it to lamb. The 8cotch-English Boundary. The boundary between England and Scotland is natural, not artificial. The Tweed forms the division for about sixteen miles, the Cheviot mountains for another twenty-five, then the line strikes Kershope Water, a small tribu tary of the Est. passing from it to the river Sark. after which the Solway firth continues it to the sea. Nero. The infamous and miserly Nero left at his death $118,125,000, which bis successor is said to bare squandered Id a year. Prayer Rugs. It la not lawful for a Moslem to pray on any place not perfectly clean, and unless each one has his own special rag be is not certain that the spot has not been polluted. It does not matter to these followers of Mohammed bow unclean a rug that is on the floor may be. because over it they place the prayer rug when their devotions begin. Gibraltar. The rock of Gibraltar rises 1,439 feet from the sea. Big Hailstones. Hailstones have been found In tem perate climates measuring as much as fifteen inches in diameter. In torrid regions masses of 100 pounds have been found. England's Royal Observatory. Persons who visit the Royal observa tory at Greenwich must satisfy the as tronomer royal that they ar interested In astronomy. REPUBLICANS WON THE GARY FIGHT Brannon Wins Out and Pre dicted Bloodshed Did Not Come to Pass. FEW ARRESTS WERE MADE TWO HUNDRED DEPUTIES WERE ON HAND BUT THERE WAS NO DIFFICULTY IN KEEPING THE PEACE IN THE CITY. Gary, Ind., Nov. 3. John A. Bran non, republican candidate for mayor, has been elected. Quiet marked the election throughout and' militamen held in case of an uprising were not called upon. This city, less than three years ago a wilderness of swamps and sand dunes, but now a thriving community of 15,000 inhabitants, and one of the principal centers of the steel industry of the country, passed through its first city election. Gary rose to the occasion and swore in more than 200 special guards to insure quiet at the polls. i ne contest centered on tae election of a mayor, although opposing tickets for councilmen from the five wards were named. On the democratic side the candidate for mayor was Thomas E. Knotts, president of the board oit trustees. J Through the day the serenity of the city was remarkable considering the height of feeling over the election and the number of armed men patrolin? the streets. The regular policemen. sixteen in number, headed by Chief Martin, augmented their forces by , swearing in thirty additional men. Nearly a hundred deputy sheriffs, with greater authority than the police, were also sworn in and sixty deputy constables were named. Only three arrests were made. Health Officer Arrested. Those arrested were taken in cus tody under what is known as the "provocation" act, which in Indiana permits the arrest of any person who casts verbal aspersions on another. T. B. Templin, city health officer, was one of those arrested, as was M. Renolett, a lawyer. Both men gave bail immediately and returned to their activities at the polling places. Clyde Hunton, who was working n the interests of the republican can didate, was arrested, but, summoning several deputy sheriffs to his aid, he threatened to arrest his arrestors, and the proceeding against him was waiv ed. Some excitement was manifested when Mr. Knotts declared that should Mr. Brannon be elected, he (Knotts) would refuse to turn over the reins of office on the ground that irregular ities in filing the certificate of nomin ation for Brannon would invalidate his election. Counsel for Brannon declar ed that all the necessary formalities had been complied with in the elec tion details, and even if they had not been, Knotts, by not protesting, had lost all right to complain of any irreg ularity. English Etchings. London has fifteen medical schools. Burglary was a capital offense in England till 1829. Births of English children used to be taxed a duke 130 and "a common person" 2 shillings. In one year the number of taxicabs in London has more than doubled, and the horse drawn cab will probably soon be extinct. No fewer than 206 persons lost their lives in the mines of Lancashire, Eng land, last year as against an average annual mortality of 140 In recent years. It is not often that a gate is made out of a window, much less out of a prison window, but the gate of St. Cedd's churchyard. Canning Town. East London, was at one time a win dow in old Newgate prison. Electric Sparks. A galvanic cell has been Invented which generates an alternating cur rent. The electric lighting industry is rep resented In the United States by 5.264 companies and municipal plants. Electric laundries are being installed on the big ocean liners, where ail the washing, drying and ironing are done by electricity. In a recent test of a new German high speed telegraph apparatus 2.800 distinctly recorded words were trans mltted 430 miles in five minutes. A new application of the electric light bath consists of a balf cylinder, studded with incandescent lamps, which may be placed over a person ly ing in bed. the light being both radi ated and reflected to him. Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. Belt Pins We ask you to call and exam ine our Elegant Line of Belt Pine Tfoov nmirfA th. warn latest designs and are all shapes and sizes. DAffER, The Jeweler, 81 Mala St. HEILMAII A WIIIIIER Republican Mayoralty Candi date at Evansville, Gets Small Majority. HIS TICKET ALSO WINS Evansville. Ind., Nov. 3. Charles F. Heilman (Rep.) was elected mayor over John J. Nolan (Dem.) by a plu rality of 243 votes after one of the most spectacular and bitter cam paigns In the history of the city. Phil C. Gould (Rep.), nominee for city judge, won over William Blakey by 411, and Harvey Weber (Rep.) for clerk, over William Habbe by 611. Eli D. Miller (Rep), for councilman at large, led the Republican ticket with a plurality of 694. The Repub licans ejected eight of ten councilmen. Joseph Bartholome winning in the Fifth Ward, normally Democratic by 230, by 1 vote. The results upset all Democratic calculations. Mayor No lan ran almost up to his expectations in the First Ward, his home neighbor hood, although he failed to equal May or Boehne's record-breaking plurality of 550 in the ward four years ago. Democrats Are Disappointed. The Democrats were expecting to carry the Fifth and Sixth Wards by pluralities sufficient to exceed Boehne's total plurality of 1,600 in 1905 but the Republicans overturned 400 votes in the two wards. Heilman's personal popularity was one factor in these wards. He got a heavy labor vote in the Fourth Ward, heavily Democratic, and reduced the Demo cratic plurality to 100. Heilman's victory is not analyzed as a revolt from 11 o'clock and Sunday closing of saloons so much as it is a protest against the bitter offensive ness of the Democratic managers in this campaign. He was put on the de fensive at the outset, and for a time was hard pressed to prove that he was as sincere for law enforcement as Mr. Nolan. When a Coin Turn Green. "I suppose you catch many fish that are not good for food," remarked a lawyer to a fisherman. ... "Oh, yes." was the reply. "Some times I knows 'em by eight, sometimes I don't. Of course when I recognize the undesirable ones I throw 'em back ki the water or kill 'em. but when in doubt I wait until I get home. Then I dress 'em and put 'em in a 'spider. with a silver quarter, over the kitchen fire." "What's the quarter for?" "If the coin does not change color the fish is good to eat. but if It turns I green the fish is poisonous and. of course, unfit for food." New York ! Press. A Luxurious Prison. Japan can boast of the most luxuri- : ous prison in the world. It is about ' fifteen miles from Tokyo. In the midst of gardens, where flourish medlars and cherry trees, encircled with ponds bearing fine crops of water lilies, rises ! the mass of spacious and airy cells. I Lighting throughout is by electricity, j Among other features are bathrooms j with marble baths, hot and cold wa ! ter. dressing rooms and reading rooms. "Climb the ladder of life in Phoenix Cus tom Made Shirts." C Madras, percales and cheviots in pin stripe, figures and plain colors, made pleat ed or plain." A variety of patterns un equalled in shirt history. Materials sold by the yard. Pioen SIM Co. 9th and Main Streets Telephone 23S7 Tips On Mother do the days drag long and tired? Ton don't complain for you love your little ones. But why not save your strength? Let one of our little Want Ads hunt out a good If arse today one im bued with the motherly spirit. And Nurse remember that the mothers of this city read this paper and if your Want Ad is here when they look for a Horse, it means your selection for a good home. Get what you want new Read and Answer Today's Want Ads NAME COMMITTEES FOB MUSIC EVENT May Festival Was Formally Launched by Commercial Club Last Night. WORK ALREADY STARTED THE BIG CHORUS AND THE SYM PHONY ORCHESTRA HAVE BE- BUN REHEARSALS SUCCESS OF PROJECT IS ASSURED. The committees, to have charge of the different details of the May Music Festival, to be held in this city next May, as selected by John F. McCarthy and E. M. Haas, president and secre tary of the Commercial club, respect ively, were approved last evening by the board of directors. The committees will start to work immediately and within the next month, it is expected, all arrange-! ments will be completed, with the exception of those which must neces sarily be made later. The rehearsals of the chorus and Richmond Sym phony Orchestra have already com menced. It is probab'e that the chorus will be increased in member ship later. The committees in charge as ap proved by the Commercial club direc tors are as follows: Executive Committee. Nettleton Neff. II. A. Dill. S. E. Swayne, Henry Gennett, Geo. H. Eggo meyer, Geo. E. Seidel. H. C. Hase meier. Prof. Will Earhart. Chorus Committee. Geo. II. Eggemeyer, Lee B. Nus baum. Frank I. Braffett. Orchestra Committee. Nettleton Neff. Oliver P. Nusbaum, E. B. Knollenberg. Finance Committee. John H. Nicholson. S. E. Swayne, T. A. Mott. Program Committee. H- vard A. Dill, Rutherford B. Jones, John M. Coate. Decoration Committee. Geo. E. Seidel, E. E. Eggemeyer, H. H. Engelbert. Hall Committee. Henry Gennett, John H. Johnson, Harry Mather. Advertising Committee. H. C. Hasemeier, Chas. S. Neal, Chas. H. Feltman. The Sextant. T'.e sextant, an instrument which has been so necessary to polar explora tion, was used by Arabian astronomers as far back as 995. The Arabian In strument bad a radius of fifty-nine feet nine inches. The modern instrument. which is small enough to be conven iently held in the band, was invented in 1730 by Thomas Godfrey of Phila delphia and Captain Hadley of the British navy. Always use Walter's Buckwheat. Its genuine flavor gives it a world wide reputation. Ask your grocer. Getting a Nurse or a Position as Nurse DANDRUFF Falling Hair and Itching Scalp are Caused by Microbes There is do doubt about It- Doctor Sabourand proved it when he infected a guinea pig with andruff germs and all its hair disappeared in a short time. The entire medical world has j accepted Dr. Sabourand's discovery is ! final. Ask any worthy physician. ! Paris leads the world in knowledge of diseases of the hair and remedies for the same. And Parisian Sage which can now be Obtained at leading druggists all over America is the one great remedy that kills the dandruff germs. And that is why L. H. Fihe says to every reader of the Palladium and Sun-Telegram if Parisian Sage does not banish dandruff, stop falling hair or itching scalp in two weeks he will refund the purchase price. Dandruff Is the forerunner of bald ne . Take care of your hair while j'i have hair to take care of. Kill th dandruff germs now before the 'jjidruff germs kill your hair. Use Parisian Sage, the guaranteed dandruff cure and delightful hair dressing. It is used extensively by ladies of re finement because it keeps the scalp absolutely clean and gives a bewitch ing lustre to the hair. Price 50 cents at L. H. Fihe and leading druggists everywhere. Girl with Auburn hair on every package. Made In America by Giroux Mfg. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Mail orders filled, all charges prepaid. aily Explained. ( An illiterate Polish servant girl thought to conceal her ignorance of the rudiments by always taking her prayer booi with her when she at tended services, although she knew all the prayers by heart. One day another girl looked over her shoulder and re marked In a surprised tone: "Why, what's the matter? You're holding your book upside down! "Oh. that's all right." answered the other, quite unembarrassed. "I always read that way. I'm left banded." New York Times. The province of British Columbia is now receiving the attention of inves tors from eastern Canada, the United States and England, and with the fur ther development of its rich resources of coal and other minerals, timber, etc. Its wealth and population should stead ily increase. E. Binkin's 4 Wltaoat a smmsL mill rwat tea an4 aatMira.alla all irritataa rauaexi sharp an a 4s. anew Hi, At all aaalara ar attract fraam a. CHICHESTER S PILLS WLrr-. THE DIAMOND BRAKD. V La4lMt Ask )nr imUi I Chl-feM-tef-a Mianilnu IMlla la UrA u4 M iMtllicA born, aeurd Vila Blua ftibbea. rraa-alil AtifnCin-rafUi-TEaS DIAafUNI IIKAX! IILL, far van kaowa m Best. Safest. Aloay SctteM Taka mm alfclf. B mT 9mmm SOID BY DRUGGISTS FVERYittfPI St- CHICAGO enniraetitt Theatre ...TOMORROW NIGHT... Wagenhals C Kemper Present This Season's Original Broadway Cast In tho Groat Amcriean Play PA By Eugene Walters "A play everyboiy sfaesli see. Ccstsa Pest 1 PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and 81.50 APPROVED VAUDEVILLE MfflKAY'S THIG The Five Juggling Mormans, direct from the Keith circuit. Coruey Brooks and Rose Carlisle In a breezy comedy entitled. The Limit. Percaval. Shaw and Sherman in a "Cleancnt" comedy, "A Family Mixup." The Four Nightingales Quartette Matinee Daily, 2:30 p. m. 10c Night. 7:30 and 9 p. m. 10. IS and 20c; box seats 25c. Box office open from 11:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Phone 1633.. 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