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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGBAU., WEDNESDAY DEC. 3, 1919.
1 1,11 1 ' ' ' ' . .' 11 BRING ING UP FATHER By Mc Man us 2 If your eyes are tired and mr workd; if they itch, ache, born or mart; go to any drug store and get a bottle or Bon-Op to tablets. Drop one tablet in a fourth of a glass, of water and use to bathe the eyes from two to four times a day. .You will . be surprised at the rest, relief and comfort Bon-Op to brings. ., Note? Doctor ny Bon-Opto rttvtwttw T- - USTCM- fHfe. 6iT DEAREST I CAHTQO. I ' MUST tC HERE TO AWBWCDOO TARTY TO McET- ,TMESA5 MAN Mini smm in m ween line in many lear MURRAY THEATRE December 4th Mat and Night, Thursday PGE -EIGHT TT I 7?J2? ffi'iLvE T,ST III I KMOW YOU WILL ( tSEE! .DEAR- j, 1 1 i f DON'T WORRY I'LL L Lftfi Tb 1 aoE ) iJ&reJ DEAR q MJ MISS ( - HAVE MOTHER GOMEL ffi (Tp ,00 ALOME: j .joHESOME. (- r .'THINK.!- T L-ZtoOlzJ- OVER To IjOOIC Ar ' ' M I The Theatres WASHINGTON. A rare treat is in store for screen fans. The Miracle Man," a new J'aramount-Art craft picture, which is showing last times today at the Wash ington Theatre. George M. Cohan's Broadway success of the same name, based upon the famous story by Frank L. Packard, is the basis for the fas cinating theme which the picture un folds. Besides being an absorbing en tertainment of the highest order. It is a drama with an amazing soul beauti ful, thrilling and Intensely appealing. As there can be no suspense in a murder mystery when the climax Is divulged, the . management of the Washington Theatre, which will pre sent the great melodrama, "The Thir teenth Chair," for 3 days commencing Thursday, refuses to tell anything about the story other than that it is written by Bayard Veiller, author of "Within the law," adapted for the screen and directed by Leonce Perret, and enacted by a splendid cast headed by Yvonne Delva and Creighton Hale and including. Marie Sbotwell, Chris tine Mayo, Marc McDermott, Walter Law, Surzanne Colbert and George Denebourg. To say that "The Thirteenth Chair" is a story that attempts to find the murderer of a man at a spiritualistic seance, during which the man seeking the murderer is killed in the same manner as the first, gives you some idea of the possibilities of the story for tenseness and mystification. To add greater mystery to the situation, there was someone present each time. but no actual witnesses to the deed. night. His name suggests this pe culiar adaptability, Tom Dingle. If you know Zlegfeld's Follies you know all about him, or if not quite all, then perhaps you will recall him as a fav orite of big time vaudeville. Tom Dingle is a dancer If you have seen him that Is all you need to know. If you have not seen him, you need onjy be told that his dancing cannot be told In words, It must be danced about not talked about It must be illustrated by movements, so one knows this better than Tom Dingle and that is what this is about Fountain City, Ind. Miss Ruth Hiatt who Is teaching at Muncie, spent her vacation last week at her home at this place... . .Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Horn and son, Henry, of Richmond, spent Thanksgiving - Day with Chas. Spencer and family.. . . . Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Hunt and chil dren, of Connersville, have been visit ing with relatives of this place Mrs. Matilda Clements and daughter, Carrie, returned Saturday to their home at this place, after spending sev eral weeks with relatives at Spiceland. Frank Hunt, who has been ill with paralyses for several weeks, was taken to the Soldiers' Home at Marion, Indiana, last Friday Claude De- Armond and family entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Clawson, of Okeana; Rev. Owen Livengood and family, of Richmond, and C. B. Keene and family...... Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lacey and children and Mrs. John Shoemaker took Thanksgiving dinner with Roland Shoemaker and family.. . .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barton and children visited last Thursday with S. C Alexander and family Mr. and Mrs. Tom A young girl, who turns out to be the J V f vl ,,nnnaiuv w daughter of the clair- M.r Mrs. Harvey Sawyer, of Van ! wen, ana Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs, of Fort Wayne The High school Thanksgiving: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Curtis of Sugar Valley Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Geeting.and family were very pleasantly surprised Sat urday evening when 30 of their neigh bors gathered at their home to make merry. . . .Air. and Mrs. Alpnxo Dillon of Gratis, Mr. and Mrs.- Neute Deaton of West Alexander were Friday vis itors at the Ross Brown home. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Ross Brown spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brown.... Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parks and child were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wherley Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bailey and family entertained Thurs day, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parks Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wysong and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Foster and family of Lewisburg. .Hamp Clark was a week end visitor of Spiceland, Ind., rela tives... Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clark were Thursday visitors at the Frank Wil son home Miss Edna -Wilson of Camden was a week-end visitor of her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Clark.... Mrs. Nell Trumble of Pittsburg is making a visit with the Bert Call family Mrs. George Swope and children spent Thursday in Dayton with relatives. supposedly lost daughter of the clair- royant. is one of the many who are suspected of the crime. - MURRETTE " George Fawcett, who has an im portant role in Dorothy Gish's new Paramount picture, " Out of Luck", which is coming to the Murrette thea tre on Thursday, next will be remem bered by screen lovers as the musket eer in the trenches in "Hearts of the World." Since that time he has ap peared with Miss Glsh in three other plciures and has been praised highly by the screen public and critics alike. MURRAY The "type craze" which in plain English means the habit of certain iheatrical producers of engaging act ors because they look the part on the street, is' an irritating one to many who take the art of acting seriously. There are still some who do. These actors think that the manager should allow spmething for the trick of the make-up box. the wigmaker and leave the business of characterization to the acting ability of the actor rather than to accidents of nature which may make a giant of a basketball team will Journey to Eaton Whitewater, 1W. " Mr. and Mrs. Dock Marshall enter tained Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White and daughter Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar. White and family. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Piatt, Mrs. Bes sie Alexander and Ernest Jones.. . . .Miss Wijodean Stetler of Richmond spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stetler and family.. ... . .Mrs. Sarah WalUngford spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blose and family.-. ...Mr. and Mrs. William Ear ton and family, of near Richmond, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Barton and family Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ally White and Off Graves, of Richmond, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blose school at Liberty, spent the Thanks giving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -A. B. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Oscar White and family called on Mr. and Mrs. John Coppock Sunday eve ning.... Miss Grace Bennett spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett ..Mrs. Ida Jones spent the week-end with her sis ter. Miss Minnie Gibbs of Richmond. . ...Ollie Hunt is ill Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roberts are the parents of a baby boy Mrs. Minnie Roberson and children spent from Thursday un til Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Moody Lamb and daughter of Webster Glenn Jennings, who is going to school at Fort Wayne, spent last week with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cell Jen nings.... Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hunt and family Sunday. .. .Rev. Gul lidge of Richmond will preach next Sunday morning and night at the Christian church. Stranghn, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Will Catey and daugh ter Martha spentt Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Catey, south of Lewisvllle Miss Mary Siiles of Knightstown, spent the week-end with day with Miss Elizabeth Bailey... Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Hall living north of here entertained Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Dunlap of Newcastle Miss Harriett is ill. FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN. GREENFIELD, Ind., Dec. 3. James Carlton, 75 years old, was struck by a Big Four mail train, 3 miles northeast of Maxwell, this county, last night and died two hours later. The railroad track runs through his farm and he was driving some cattle across the track when struck. TRAPPERS MAKE $500 WEEK. SARANAC LAKE. N". Y., Dec. 3. Trappers n tho Adirondacks region, due to the unprecedented high prices paid for furs, are making from $300 to ?500 a week and some school boys here have made as much as $65 a week by trapping during spare time. FRICK'S FUNERAL HELD (By Associated Press) NEW YORK, Dec. 3. Simple fu neral services for Henry C. Frick. multi-millionaire iron master and art collector who died suddenly yesterday, will be held from his Fifth avenue home at 5:30 o'clock this aftprnoon. Of Course I'll Take Celery King I take it every season, and so do mother and the children. It's old-fashioned and made of roots and herb3, but it's right there. Just the same, and costs next to nothing. We all think it's the best tonic lax ative we ever heard about and so do other people we have recommended if to. Take it every other night for three weeks, if you want to feel better, sleep better, work better and be better. It purifies the blood, clears the skin and chases away that worn out feel ing.Brew a cup tonight just like you make tea. You'll like it Adv. The Musical Comedy the Season. ' Event of John Cort offers the original company from Cort Theatre, New York. FIDDLERS THREE" with TAVIE BELGE Thos. Conkey and a Class . A-l Beauty Battalion This company plays English's, Indianapolis, Dec. 1-2; Grand' Opera House, Cincinnati, week Dec. 7. Seat sale opens Dec. 1. Mail orders and cash reserva tions now. Prices: Night 75c to $2.00; matinee, 50c to $1.50. hai o tont a nnHh rt Ti ara VI iau Wilma Ingerman of Cambridge City. ! imemftr of the fam,Iy ?d 0SAe , oo r ik t friends will be present. The body C VU V Cb ICT US; D SBaV w S 1 VII Miss Orpha Lamberson. . . . . .Mr. and Mrs. Chester Catey and children of Newcastle are spending this week here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Catey.... Mr. and Mrs. j Joe Spahr and son spent Sunday with 1 ! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Spahr Mr. ' f?s1tAf' T3q Uov on1 crr 7a ltar u rwl ! daughter Elizabeth spent Thursday ; with relatives at Falrview Misses j Marietta and Ruby Binford spent Sun-1 present. The body will lie in state until the hour of the services. "Ifw ST'?7 evenin ? ,have gamei Mrs. Minnie White spent the week with the team of that place. On the following Satruday evening a game is scheduled with Ridgeville to be played at the K. of P. hall at this place The second number of the lecture course, which is being given under the auspices of the Senior Class, will be given December 16, instead of Decern-' ber 6, which was first announced. This ' number will be a lecture and will be delivered by Frank E. Jaynes Will Bond and family were Sunday guests end with Mr. and Mrs. Grover and family of Richmond. i The Ladies' aid society of the M. ' E. church will meet at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wallingford Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson and daughter, Marjorie. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Stout, at Richmond, Sunday Rev. Louis Ulmer, of Chester, will preach next Sunday morning at 9:30 q'clock, at the Methodist church Mr. and m r mmjt ir .11 . ... . I. A .1 m Mrs. Guy Anderson of Bethel, spent near New iadison Mrs. Harry . ... . ... , , ' cess so that we may find the coward ! masquerading as the giant and the Napoleon as the pigmy. There is, of course, much to be said from both viewpoints. But scarcely anyone will deny that the art of the stage transmutes the values of the physique and quite often we have the spectacle of a beautiful woman being forgotten whilst our eyes follow the cleverly made-up face of a naturally homely sister. Yet there are unquestionably some men and women of the theatre who need no aid from the spotlight man and who can exhibit their monkey-shines anywhere and any time. One of them is playing the principle comedy part in "Fiddlers Three" the musical com edy which is at the Murray Theatre Thursday, Dec. 4th, matinee and Wooters is visiting with relatives at Fort Waynes Mrs. Ada Harrison and Miss Ruth Fulghum took Sunday dinner with C. N. Hatfield and family. The High School basketball team played against the Mooreland team last Saturday evening at the K. of P. Hall. The final score was 56 to 18 in favor of the home team Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams and children, of pigmy, ... ,f H-- nan TArillioma I nuu auu uio uati iiiuiautu.. Mr. and Mrs. Archie-Thornton' spent Thanksgiving Day with Will Thorn ton' and family. Tranksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Curtis Carlos White of Rich mond is spending a few days with bis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Corrie White The C. W. B. M. will meet next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen Kincholae. Miss Irene Austin, who is teaching "Lzuzatfivo TaMetto" IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD NOISES If you have roaring, buzzing noises in your ears, are getting hard of hearing and fear Catarrhal Deafness, go to your druggist and get 1 ounce of Parmint (double strength), and add to it i pint of hot water and a little granulated sugar. Take 1 tablespoonful four times a day. This will often bring quick relief from the distressing bead noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing become easy and the mucus stop dropping into the throat It is easy to prepare, costs little and is pleasant to take. Any one who has Catarrhal trouble of the ears, is hard of hearing or has head noises should give this pre scription a trial. Adv. Antioch, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Huffman and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vosslar and Lloyd Lincoln were entertained Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Clem Toney and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wenger and baby of Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potterf and baby were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Potterf Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Nearon and Mr. and Mrs. Ford Ogden of Eaton were entertained. Thanksgiving by the Stephen Wysong family Mrs. Charles Berry and daughter were Week-end visitors of Cincinnati relatives. .. .Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Em rick and daughter were the Sure Sicfn of a well-pleased appetite the satisfied look on ihe face of a child eating 2i This food of natural sweetness is highly nourishing and full of the strength-giving qualities of whole wheat and malted barley. One package serves many meals Maj by POSTUM CEREAL CO. Battle Creek. Mlchii. 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Palace Special Program Today ELSIE FERGUSON In the splendid 5-act Paramount production THE MARRIAGE PRICE RUTH ROLAND In the whirlwind of thrills "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" And for a good laugh "LONESOME LUKE" Pipe Organ for Music THURSDAY WILLIAM DUNCAN in SMASHING BARRIERS DOROTHY DALT0N in . "EXTRAVAGANCE" Last Times Today -ifavfioweA WASHINGTON THEATRE December 4th, 5th and 6th i : The. season's sensation ! Don't Miss it GEORGE LOANG YUCCCEI&'S yy production I nle GEOIU3I M COHAM Based on the Story by FKANK. t. PACJOUU5 I The whole of life illum ined! The flesh, the blood, the soul of living men and women sinning,' strug gling, loving. The reek of the, under world, the lure of the sea, the breath of the fields in summer. Fused, with a thousand smiles and tears, into a great dramatic en tertainment that ' will live forever in your heart. Come! SAVE! Turn off the lights at home and come to the as f movies. MURRETTO, JL Y JX Today and Thursday II S Mgf Ma i.s (B)(opiS-a(0C0 i rr ex n St l "A Dark Man Is Coming" Thus she read , the stars. "Darjc Man, echoed her Dream Book, her magic cards, her horoscope and her heart. And while the Blonde Man gnashed his teeth, the Dark Man arrived! Oh, what a villain he was! Onlv her trusty rabbit's foot saved her! A story of newlyweds, love, bad signs and burglars. With the screen's greatest comedienne in a role that will keep you laughing for days. Come! Also a Good Comedy MUI1AY WEDNESDAY ONLY We hope every vaudeville lover will see this bill for it's the best we have ever booked. NORINE CARMANS MINSTRELS Featuring Miss Carman as interlocutor, six clever male comedians and singers. Special scenery. This is a regular minstrel first-part and as good as any travelling minstrel organization. BAKER AND ROGERS In "Trampology." Here is one of the best comedy two-men acts in vaudeville. Booked especially for the Murray. JACK AND EVA ARNOLD "Bright Moments from Musical Comedy" In CRANE WILDER 'Stripped for a Million" a highly interesting comedy drama FRANK HOLLAND Is singing "I'm Climbing Mountains." with illustrated slides NOTE In order to accomodate Rich mond theatre-goers, the manage men of "Fiddlers Three" Co.. have chartered a special train to get' them here In time ' for the matinee Thursday. Secure Beats now for the matinee, as the night bouse is sold excepting a few seats in the second balcony. This , is the largest and best musical comedy ever secured for Richmond. -For seats call 1699. "Better Come Early" r 4 iC