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TUB XXICXXSXOTTD PAIiULDIUH AIfl StTW-TEIiEGIlAZI, SIJXDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1910.
PA6XS TIZZIES. MM: PfMflS Crcvdcd VlzCzzn Square Gcr : d:n at thd Opening of ths. Anr.uil Hsrta Show. WAS A DRILUANT AFFAIR Nsw York, Nor. 12. With ths bom of Madison Squsrs garden puked with gorgeoatlr dressed soctetr people mad hondredi of orphan chDdren from the various charitable institutions of the city crowding the rich folks. New York! 2th annual horse show opened this afternoon. The little ones were the guests of Alfred O. Vanderbllt, the president of the national horse show association and each one of them had a tiny horse ss a souvenir; a pack on the back of each make-believe horse being filled with candy. After a blast of bugles, the 8cotch Military band, the Gait Kilties, 'p. raded around the ring, the bagpipes skirling like a windstorm In the eaves of an old mansion and the show was on. ' ' The horse show this year Is of more thsn usual Interest on account of the part being 'taken by cavalerymen of several foreign armies. Among the entries are two teams from Canada and one from England. . Canada's teams are In charge of the officers of the 48th Highlanders and Capt. D. D. Young of the fourth Can adian dragoons. Almost $50,000 has been hung up In prises; for1 trotters, throughbreds. hackneys, hunters, polo ponies and saddle horses. Among the box holders are CoL Clifford Slfton of Ottawa, Can ada; Sir Edward Cloustoa of Montreal, Canada; Prince Ypsilantl of Vienna, Princess Cantacuzene of St. Peters burg, and the Duchess of Marlborough and many others. Today's program was as follows: Novice horses, ponies In harness, saddle horses, novice roadsters, chil dren's ponies, women's saddle horses, four-la-hand road hunters, novice clsss saddle horses, omnibus horses, militia mounts and Jumpers. At Local Theaters Commencing with a Tuesday mati nee the Itsnnam Lyrio Players will play a five days' engagement at the Gennett theater giving dally ten cent matinees and . changing the bill at every performance. At the matinee on Tuesdsy, "The Vampire" will be pre sented. It Is a drama in three acts and is a strong play which appeals to everyone. Tuesday evening they win produce "Paid a Debt." another equal ly Interesting play. In fact the man aSement had hard work to decide which play , they should open with In the afternoon and which one at night. The usual ladles free appearing which Is a general rule on the opening night of a stock company will be given Tuesday evening when ladles will be admitted free with each thirty cent ticket paid for before 6 o'clock. . though he had worked behind a coun ter for years. Louis Mann, In The Man Who Stood 8tlU" screwed a Jeweler's glass Into his eye and ex amlned the Interior of a watch as though he had made one. Lanky Bob Pitsslmmons when he was an actor, made horse-shoes upon the stage. Per haps this Is going a little too tar, but there Is no doubt but that the proper portrayal of a part oftlmea causes the actor or actress playing It to acquire a working knowledge of some trade or profession. It was esentlal for Joseph Kaufman In "Via Wireless to know how to op erate bla mschlne and Dallas Tyler who plays Beth Elliott, the pretty ticket agent and telegrapher In Tne Traveling Salesman" was not satisfied with her performance until she had mastered the mysterious dots and dashes of the Morse code. Miss Tyler, who waa general under study last season for all the leading feminine roles In the plays controlled by Henry B. Harris, was called upon In an emergency, to play Beth in "The Salesman; and acquitted herself so well that she wss permanently assign ed to the role this year. , She has several messages to send, as the operstor, but the business of th nltr called for her to stand with her finger upon the key. while the stage manager, from behind the scenes, made the clicking which was the necessary accompaniment to the scene. This did not satisfy Miss Tyler snd she proceeded to study tele graphy. 'I always feel as though I am cheating," she told James Forbes, the author of the comedy. "The public thinks I am sending the messages, when really. It Is not me at all. Do you mind If I study It?" Mr. Forbes had not the slightest objection, and told her so; so during the six weeks In which she played the part, she spent a great many of her spare hours working a key and listening to the sounder. The last week of the season she has the Instrument which she was sup posed to use, rigged up 'with a bat tery, and one night she resolved to try her skill. With a great deal of hesitation and halting, she spelled In the code: "It there sre any telegraphers In the house, will they please answer." Presently there came a clicking from the brass rail , around the front of the balcony, as though some one were tapping upon It with a pencil. Mis Tyler listened anxiously, but her dialogue Interfered with he hearing. The clicking continued, however, and during a lull In the scene she was amused - to receive this message: "Hello sister, you're all right." During the past summer she has perfected herself at the key, and Is now able to stand in the railroad sta tion, while waiting for the morning train, and repeat to her admiring com rades, the messages which are flashed through. Mark Smith, who plays The Salesman" has asked her to catch for him a tip on the stock market, but she declares that this would be violating the ethics of the Telegraphers' Union. "The Traveling Salesman" will be at the Gennett on. Monday, Nov. 21. The Climax. The attraction , at the Gennett to morrow evening will be Joseph M. Weber's production of The Climax" which pleased a most cultured audi ence when seen here last season. In The Climax Joseph M. Weber has surprised all other productions in regard to a faithfuness of detail in stage setting and a true protraiture of character. - Those who saw this soul stirring play with Its tense dramatic momenta and exquisite music wonder at the remarkable picture- of simple home life presented. The Climax" achieves the effect of lifting its audi ences over the footlights where they become part of the joys and sorrows of the kind Uncle Luigi. the ambitious Adellna, around whose beautiful voice the play centers, and the doctor and picture each of whom adores Adellna. There is a psychological moment In "The Climax" which arrives after Ade llna, whose one ambition Is to become a prima donna, has lost her voice. The young men are .suitors for Adellna's heart and hand. She is so absorbed in her music that she never bothered about marriage. With her voice gone, however, Adellna is called upon to chose one or the other. ' She decides upon one, then a twist In the events causes her to change her opinion. Which will she choose In the end? That is the great question. Even when the curtain falls the audience wants to settle the matter for Adellna, for never was a girl bo influenced by arguments on both sides. At the Murray. v Tom Grimes and Co., including Ger trude Grimes, the Dunbar Sisters, and Shields and Root, will present a musi cal comedy absurdity, entitled "The Village Cut-Up," with songs, dances, comedy creations, travesltles, ensem bles with new electrical and scenic ef fects. From the reports received this will prove a popular number. Brennan and Wright, who have ap peared with some of the largest shows but who during' the past two seasons have been on the United and Plant- age's circuits, will offer "The Follies of Vaudeville" and there is no ques tion but these novelty entertainers will make good in Richmond. An acrobatic The Traveling Salesmen. ' Every actress Is supposed to have a knowledge of elocution, to be a graceful dancer, to manage a train gown if called upon, to know some thing about fencing and a little about the manly art of self-defense: but In these days of realism they have to go farther than that, almost to the point of learning a trade. John Barrymore, la The Fortune FOC3QGY That NOW Is the time to pro tect yourself against loss - by WINDSTORMS. Costs but little. DOUGAN d CO, Ream 1, 1. O.O. P. Bldg. Phone 1333. - WEPMNQ (SIFTS Sterllsa Silver AH Wares Coslport China Thevedding gift should be something that " expresses the loving thought, that inspires , the giver, something not only beautiful in itself, but chosen with a view to the needs and tastes of the bride. Such gifts you will find in great variety at Jet&ins fi Cos Jewelry Store . Gifts original in conception and endowed with an artistic individuality which makes them particularly appropriate for the bride. Wedding shoppers have the advan tage now of selecting from our extensive and beautiful holiday stock which is now being put on display. 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Special extra poker door for additional draft. SEPARATE POKER DOOR en level with bottom grate for convenience in starting fire or securing addi tional draft. The only Malleable where fire can be lighted easily. 5 HEAVY IRON PROTECTION PLATES ever ovsn. On other Malleablea the oven top oe unprotected. 7 ADJUSTABLE SLIDING FLUE STRIP. Special eliding bottom flue strip can be adjusted exactly to suit the customer's chimney. .,' (. - S SATIN FINISH POLISH TOPBurns a deep, rich blue. Never requires any blacking whatever. T "TOE XllJLKOTVn DIIlcrct-Ttcro Priced msM" act. advertised as positively the most artistic wire act In America, is given by Trlx McHale. who does a number of startling stunts on the swinging wire, .Including turning a somersault on a wire, etc Lyons, Jennings and DeVare present a musical act that will add variety to the bill which Indicates a most pleasing one. Motion pictures will also be included In the bill. No trouble to prepare Mrs. Austins Famous Buckwheat Flour. All grocers. TAKE EHEffl IATI0IIS Hubert Smith, Miss Freda Siefert and Miss CBrlaa. all students at the high school went to Chicago Satur day to take the examination In the scholarship contest conducted by the university of Chicago. ; Young Smith will take the Latin examination. Miss Siefert the English, and Miss O'Brlan the physics test The three were in fluenced to try and earn a scholarship by Prof. L A. Neff, principal of the school. WEI1T Oil "WARPATH Stranger Takes Few Drinks. Then Attempted to "Clean Out" a Saloon. BREAKS A LARGE WINDOW IPS UP TO AUDITOR County treasurer Albert Albertson has all tax payments, even . those which came in by mail, recorded and his books will be turned over to the county auditor in a few days for audit ing by that official and his assistants. It Is unusual that the auditor receives the treasurer's books before two or three weeks after the regular time for paying taxes is up. The number of de linquents this year was not as great as in years past it is believed. The Bank saloon on ' Main - street was the scene of a very short but ef fective fight last night, when a big, powerful man stepped up to the bar and quietly asked for a few drinks. "Now, I am going to clean out the place," he suddenly cried, his eyes flashing, and he started at one of the astonished onlookers. Tables and chairs began to fall around and men began to hunt places of safety for evidently the big fellow was on the war path. Finally several men floored him' and there . was a quick ejection from the front door. But the fierce man was not to be daunted.'-"'" - ": " "D you, take that, he yelled, and smashed in a front window, with his fist There was a loud noise of fall ing glass, and the noise of feet on the pavement, and then all waa quiet. Scott Winters, night sergeant at police headquarters says he saw a man passing Fifth and Main streets on a dead run just after the time the excitement occurred. It is supposed that this was the man who caused the trouble. DR. CONKEY A DELEGATE. T- jg StS - j Dr. J. A. Conkey has been appointed a delegate to represent Indiana at the Seventh National Convention of the Rivers and Harbors Congress to be held at Washington, D. C, December 1, 8, and 9. Dr. Conkey was a dele gate to the recent meeting of the Con- serration Congress held at St. Paul. Minn., Sept last. When you feel tlXt rous tired, worried or despondent it is a sure sign you need MOTTS NSRVERINS PILLS. They renew the normal vigor acd make life worth living. B wr n ask tor Mott's Nenrerine PilU WILLIAMS HFC CO.. Pm . Cl.has. Okim For sale by Conkey Drug Co. The VfiMlsigje Craitl-IUp Musical Comedy Absurdity . by Tom Grimes ft Co. . . ' " ; . AT THE MURRAY THEATRE THIS WEEK 3 Cholera was first recognized by the Portuguese in India as far back as the middle of the sixteenth century. It has the peculiarity of following a well defined route, with progress just equal to that of an average journey on foot. Nearly $60,000,000 of British capital has already been Invested in the Mai- Jkop oil fields In Russia. , FRITZ KRULL VOCAL CULTURE Indianapolis, 17 East North St. Richmond Every Monday Starr piano Store O (GEM ETff :rzsa TO-MORROW Jos. M. Weber Presents (0 "M'AX rnc ennsr nc a cmti Prices: 25c to $1.50 Five Days, Commencing Tcsciny ..LYRD PIL.AVERG.. VAUDEVILLE Tuesday Matinee "The Vampire" Daily Maliaees, 10c Tuesday Rlo-t "Paid a D&r Lsilea Free OUR CIGAR COUPON OFFER This is of interest to every smoker. By this plan we give valuable cou pons with cigars and tobacco. These coupons will be redeemed by us and you will receive many beautiful articles of value. You are not compelled to buy any certain brands of cigars to get itie coupons, as we give them with all kinds and at the regular prices. Ask for catalogue of premiums. Chrysanthemum Show AS the Flower Shop Thursday. Friday and Saturday, November 17th, 18th, 19th, the people of Richmond will have the opportunity of viewing many of the wonderful Chrysanthemums, which have re cently won so many prizes in all of the big cities of the country. Richmond has carried off more prizes in Chrysanthemums this year than any other city in the United States. Many of the same varieties will be on exhibition, and also many others, which were not ready for last week's shows. During the three days of the show, the stock on exhibition will not be for sale, but will be kept in beautiful condition. A cordial invitation is extended to the peopte of Richmond to. visit the Flower Shop, 1015 Main street, at any time and many times, dur ing these three days. Fred Lemon & Ccrnpry IVe Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure For liquor, Mor Chloral and AO Lift f s - -n J Ct' r mi ' Drug HabifSe Permanent and Quick Cure. Mo Bad After Effects. Our Terms are Reasonable. Every Patient Is Our Guest. Our Treatment Is the Best. No Barred Doors or Win dows. Fine. Service, Ex- ; cellent Table. Well Furnished and Well Ventilated Rooms. Trained Nurses. , No Cufc We deslr to call rear attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Whisky. Morphine. Opium. Cocaine and all drue "habits. TVe send oui no "Home Curea" None of them are a success. Every one must come to our Sanitarium, where we are especially prepared to handle this class of diseases, and where we guarantee a perfect cure In every case within ten days to two weeks for the liquor habit, and for the drug habit in two to three weeks. Our treatment Is painless and harmless. , We . do not care , how much you use, or bow Ions, or from what cause, we can cure you to stay cured. - Her la Omr TT paralleled Irep Kfctsu We will take any cas of rruie or Liquor addiction, cure them, bear all expenses while the patient i hr. itui-h mx treatment, board, room and attendant, and no.' exact one cent compensation until the patient ia cured and read to return home. ; i - We do not send our patient home a physical wreck, with a so called tonic to build them up. Whn you leave our Sanitarium you 1 know vou are cured, for you are perfectly free from all cravinir or de sire for either dru; or liquor. You are eating and ffleeptnsr well and taking ro medicine homo whatever. Our patients fcain flesh and strenrtb.j from the very begiiininir;. If we do not cure you ft costs you nothing, so you ree you hare everything- to train and nothing to lose. Our Sanitarium is the finest in the Htate and ladles need not nest tate about coming to us. as they arc attended by a lady nurse.- ana they will be shown nothing but the most constant and courteous at ten - We refer you to any bank and any busfness or professional man In our city. Upon application we ean place you . in correspondence wltb ' persons we have eared who will gladly nns'wer any question. If you are seeking a cure without suffering, and one that is guar anteed to your entire satisfaction before paying one rent, we will ap preciate a letter from you. and we will cfteerfulljr sv you any In forms - tion. If you hare any reason to doubt that we can not do what ws claim. p!eaie write us Ji,.- reasons and w will explain It to your sat-isfat-tion. - . - , ii I , L