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Din-hamton, M. Y. When vriting mentio?
reading this gener""s offe- in this pacer-
and scald
incomes tha
To Use American Slang, and His At
tempts are Extremely
"The Earl of Pawtucket " is one
of the "doncher know" kind, but
withal, a gentleman, and, while he
arouses risibilities of the au
dience he still elaims consideration on
account of being such a "good fel
low." In his attempts to imitate Ameri
can customs he employs slang not
slaiv-v slang but the everyday ar-
1 the manner in wlncli lie
his conversation is
Hy Helen "Rowland
Copyright, 1003, ? T. C. McClure
O.G. Murray
T,essee and
One Night Special
Monday, Feb. 15th
The Earl of
One solid phenomenal year In New York
AN AMERICAN COMEDY of the sublim
est quality by Augustus Thomas,.author of
Clean, Sane, Exalted Fun in a Class
b Itself
positive socletv event which broke the
records of three metropolitan playhouses.
The original production of surpassing ele
gance assured.
tide, am
emnlovs it in
1 .-..,. i,';.ir finvr-f" find never fails
tlUILttlHillp, ......
to convulse the audience with laugh
ter. The play does not boast of a mis
judged wife, a meddlesome motherin-in-law,
or eccentric character, but the
charactei-s are ordinary people who,
together, present the greatest play of
its" kind ever written. The scenic ef-
fects are gorgeous reproductions ol
the Waldorf-Astoria, New York, and
the costuming is perfect. . Lovers of
hiph-class comedy will be at the G en
net t theater tonight.
B riming over with new ideas, bub
bling over with comedy, and filled
with eatery music and new songs, the
Wra. II. West minstrels are meeting
this season with a success they have
never before known. They have, this
year, unquestionably the greatest
singing show ever seen in this coun
try, as they are now carrying sixteen
trained voices. A new feature of
this performance is the introduction
bv Manager Tiicaby of the very funny
operatic burlesque, entitled "The
Wizard of Boz." This is a take-off
on the most popular opera' of the
day, "The Wizard of Oz." It is
beautifully staged with elaborate
hi-illirmr costumes and novel
electrical and light effects. It is cer
tainlv proving the greatest novelty
introduced into a minstrel perform
ance in amnv a day. At the Gennett
theater Wednesday evening, Febru
ary 17.
Trices 25. 50, Toe, 1 and $U0
Kale seats Friday at Nixon's confectlonery
O. G. Murray. Lessee. Manager
Wednesday, Feb. 17
The Wm. H. West
BIG Minstrel
Management San'ord B. Ricaby
Principal Comedians
Vaudeville Innovations
Prince Slam's Visit to America
Jiilly Clark. Monologue
The Great Kartelll
The Marvelous Probst
Concluding with the laughable travesty,
. .rmn t -r.tnr.an v of rare voices." De
troit Free Press.
nrnnri street Parade and Band Concert
at a. m.
PRICES 23c, fOc, 7oc and fl.CO.
8&le of seats opens at Nixon's Confec
tionery, 80 Main, Monday, Feb. lo
The Indian opera sung m
end act ot " 1 lie lwo
the sec-
corned v
rramns" is one of tlie most mentor
i . i .A. 1 4 v- -v f m n n T n 1
ions, and at me um; umc
f.nnilc:il numbers ever introduced
in a farce comedy.
"Two Merrv Tramps" is a
ith a plot, a comedy Avritten ior
laughter, and the production m us.
entirety is far ahead of any of the
farce comedies of the day. At the
Gennett theater tomorrow nigbt.
The eltcrical effects that are used
with Blonde!! and Fennessy's "Katz
enjammer Kids" company that are
to appear at the Gennett theater
Thursday evening, February IS, will,
at the close of the present season, be
leased to a lanre theatrical firm of
Xew York, to be used at the coming
St. Louis exposition. This, it is
stated, does not apply to all of the
many and varied effects used, but to
a particular one that of the cabinet
(.cene which is considered very beau
tiful to behold.
Lessee and
lotel Pwates St. Louis World's Pair.
For copy of World's Fair official
amphlet, naming Hotel aceommon'a
ions and rates during Universal Et
Ksition of 1904, address E. A. Ford,
"Senerai Passenger Agent PermsyJva-lia-Vandalia
Line's. Pittsburg, Pa.
Thursday, Feb. 18
Hurricane of Fun anl Frolic
The Kalzenjamraer Kids
"Wally Clark, the distinguished
German comedian; Carol Trixeda, the
California Sunbeam; Dixon & Lang,
Sweet Yodlers and Character Imita
tions; Billy Andrus and his Trained
Mule, " Texas," from the Hippo
drome, London; The Fennels, the Ac
robatic wonders; Lela Leland, the
Dancing Marvel; Criqui & Alexander,
the Lilliputian Comedians; David
Jones, Baritone Vocalist; Thomas
Kelly, Sweet Voiced Singing Come
tfianj Day & Vestal, and many oth
ers. Prices 25, 33 and CO. Box 75c.
'Hale of Rents opens at Nixon's Confection
ry, 800 Main, Tuesday, Feb. l5.
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two physicians bad a long and
1 stubborn fight with an abscess on my
right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of
DuPont, Ga. "and gave me up. Ev
irvbody thought my time had come.
As a last resort I tried Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption. The
benefit I received was striking and
I was on my feet in a few days. Now
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It conquers all 'Coughs, Colds and
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50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free.
Suicide Prevented.
The startling announcement that a
preventitive of suicide has been dis
covered will interest many. A run
dowrn system, or despondency invari
ably precede suicide and something
has been found that will prevent thai
condition which makes suicide likely.
At the first thought of self destruc
tion take Electric Bitters. It beinp
a great tonic and nervine will
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the system. It's also a great Stom
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Dorothy Brockway ran gayly up the
steps to the first class passenger coach
as it stood in the Richmond depot.
"Ta. ta!" she called gayly to a big
fellow who stood beside the coach. "By
by, Teddy," and with a pretty little
movement she blew a kiss to the wait
ing man, then disappeared within the
door of the train.
The man lifted his hat solemnly.
Then he strode away with a quiet, hurt
look in his eyes, not even waiting to
see the merry face that peered out of
the windoAV as the train panted and
puued out of the station.
"Oh. brace up, Morrison! This won't
do. There's no use making a mute or
yourself for any fool girl who doesn't
half appreciate you."
You don't know anything about it!"
And Terry Morrison walked off. leaving
the man who had been trying to cheer
him :p standing where he was, a little
chagrined and a bit sorry for the big
As the train whizzed past the out
skirts of the city Dorothy Brockway
stretched out her arms and drew a
deep sih of relief.
"Free, free, free!" she breathed ia a
passionate whisper and leaned back in
the seat with a wonderful smile in her
eyes and deep, joyous satisfaction per
meating her whole being. "No more
mammas! No more Teddy! No more
chaperons! No more tea parties!" she
went on. 'Must fun and work and do
as I please and be bohemian. Oh, how
I hate it all! Mamma's conventionali
ties! Teddy's bossing dear old Ted!
How broken up he looked" And some
of the merriment faded from her eyes.
It was dusk as her train steamed into
Jersey City and the tall skyscrapers on
Park row were sending forth a million
twinkling lights that streamed over the
water. Dorothy looked about her a lit
tle bewildered, but made her way hur
riedly to the gates, followed by a fat
porter who carried her grips. Through
the bars she spied a smiling pair of
eyes, and Corinne Morrison came to
meet her with m amused look on her
"You dear little idiot," said Corinne
as she kissed her and led the way to
the ferryboat. "You absurd little
greenie! Why on earth did yon leave
my good and glorious brother to come
up- to this seething caldron hy
didn't von stav at home and marry
him and get supported for the rest o
your life?"
"Connie," said Dorothy severely, "you
dnn't know what it is to'be bossed and
bossed and bossed. I want to be bohe
mian." There was a queer little light in Co
rinne's eves as she answered: "All
right, dear, we'll begin right away
Come, we'll take a street car instead
of a cab. It wouldn't be bohemian to
take a cab. you know. Bohemians are
all poor. I'm a bohemian
"But but all these bags!" And Dor
othy looked helplessly at the pile of
leather satchels beside her,
"They aren't bohemian either." And
Corinne relentlessly led the way to the
car, tugging two satchels, while Doro
thy followed helplessly with the rest.
Three-quarters of an hour later they
were wearily climbing the stairs to
Cori line's studio. Up one long night,
up two, up three! Dorothy sat down in
a heap on the dirty floor to rest.
"Connie, is your studio in heaven?"
"Yes. when I sell anything. Come
along, girly; you'll get there. It merely
requires perseverance." And one more
flight brought the two to a battered
door in a dirty hall, smelling of mold
nnd riamnness. Corinne took out her
latchkey and unlocked the door.
"(:;i. how glorious." sighed Dorothy,
- lof.l.l.-nr'"
lO Cul l J ,IUUI unii uiu mnj .
"Delightful!" And Corinne s voice
was a bit ironical.
Just three weeks later Dorothy rolled
over wearily in her automatic combina
tion bed and folding couch that did
duty by day as an "oriental corner
with a lot of gaudy pillows piled upon
"Connie," she said tragically, "do you
know just how much money I have
between me and the cold, cold world?
Just ?1C! And I haven t sold a single
thing I'v written, and. Connie, is there
anything ele in Bohemia besides work
and disappointment and editors who
won't see you?"
"Yes," said Connie doubtfully, "I be
lieve there are the Hungarian restau
rants. Y'ou need cheering up, girly.
We'll do a Hungarian restaurant to
night. I'll telephone two of the boys
from Park row to meet us somewhere.
and we'll go to Martinetti's."
"Meet us? Meet us? Can't they call
fcr us here?"
"Why, no." and Corinne turned re
proachful eyes on Dorothy. "They are
newspaper men, you know, and can
only steal an hour or so from the office.
Besides, that would be awful conven
tional. No. not that low cut frock.
goosie. Pick out your plainest shirt
waist if you're going slumming with
me." t
Dorothy set her teeth firmly and
opera as Dorothy Brockway. followed
by Corinne and the two newspaper
men. In their morning clothes, entered
the third rate bohemian cafe. The
lights flashed on a hundred women in
fund gowns, wearing every color and
variety of hat. Jewels, real and paste,
twinkled under the chandeliers, and
the fumes from a hundred cigarettes
rose to keaven. Some college boys were
ringing "Bola Bola!" totally oblivious
of time and tune, and were pounding
on the table with their forks in wild
applause at their own jokes.
"How do you like it?" asked Corinne
as they took their seats.
"It's choky." said Dorothy noncom
mittally. "What do you take?" asked one of
the men, looking at Dorothy.
"Why why oh, anything. I think
I'd like a chocolate frappe."
A loud laugh from the other three
greeted this remark.
"Bring us four Martinis to start
with," said Reggie Cutting to the wait
er, who wore a soiled collar and a cut
away. Dorothy looked at Corinne appre
hensively. "Are Martinis cocktails." she asked
shyly, "because if they are I've never
tasted one?"
Just then one of the college boys
arose, looked around and blew a kiss
toward Corinne and Dorothy.
"I .sidles and iientlemen." he began,
the presence of a lady wno uas
declared that she never ncrore
tasted a cocktail I blush to remark"
"Oh, oh, I'm going home this min
ute!" said Dorothy, rising and looking
about her with misty eyes and cheeks
burning with mortification.
"Sit down, Dolly," whispered Co
rinne. "lie doesn't mean anything. Sit
down and don't notice him. Here's
your cocktail."
That is all that "orothy ever re
membered of that horrible evening.
he next morning she stood before the
washstand, miserably, towel in hand.
"Connie, Connie, this water's so cold.
and I can't find any soap, and haven't
you got anything but a tin basin to
wash in?"
"Other's broken." came cheerfully
from the inner recesses of a closet.
"Oh. my head!" said Dorothy; sink-
ing down on the hard puiows ot xue
fake" couch. "Oh my head! How
could you make me drmk mat cock
tail and the table and everything
went around and oh. Connie, I'm sick
. 1
yet. Ill never toucn anoiner uuu
what would Teddy say.'"
"Oh, he'd just be bossy and particu-
. - - - i T k
lar about it. You'll get useu 10 Bo
hemia after awhile. Are you tired of
it already?" And Corinne glanced
oddly at Dorothy.
'I'm tired of something. My last
story came back by the post this morn
ing, declined with thanks,' and l ve
tried the last place I know of for a
position on a staff. Why, there aren't
any positions here. And everybody's
such an atom in New Y'ork. and ed
itors don't take olf their hats when you
Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh
Medicine Sent Free.
These two diseases are the result
of an awful poisoned condition of the
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back, shoulder blades, bone pains,
crippled hands, legs or feet, swollen
muscles, shifting, sharp biting pains,
nd that tired, discouraged feeling of
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teeth, bad breath, belching gas of ca
tarrh, take Botanic Blood Balm (B,
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Blood Balm (B. B. B.) is composed
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paid by writing Blood Balm Co., At
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These dark mornings
Is a household
75c and S1.00
Phone 199 81G Main Street
Money Loaned
Tom 5 to 6 per cent.
Thompson's Loan and Ke&i Eettti
.jz;p3cy, Main and seventh strait.
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Bears the
Signature of
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A grievous wail oftimes come as a
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taxed organs. Dizziness, Backaehe,
Liver complaint and Constipation.
But thanks to Dr. King's New Life
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tie gentle but thorough. Try them.
Only 25c. Guaranteed by A. G. Lu
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When you feel like sighing sing.
Sighing will never pleasure bring,
Learn to laugh and laugh right
By taking Pocky Mountain Tea at
night. A. G. Luken & Co.
On Street Car Llne
In Boulevard
W. H, Bradbury & Son
Westcott Block.
Of trouble is often lifted from the shoul
ders of the housewife by sending her
BIG BUNDLE of "rough dried" clothes
to a reliable, up-to-date Laundry.
go to see them, out just Keep nui ju
smoking their pipes, and in their shirt
tivp tnn. Oh. mv Lead and L)or- nc:i
otliv was sobbing violently in half a !
"Dorothy P.rockway. if you muss
that pillow up I II make you pay icr
it. It's my best, so you just stop your
crying on it right away."
Dorothy arose with a sudden guip
and glared at her companion.
You're a cold, hard hearted, coarse
person, sue saiu, wun uinnia j,
"and I'm going back home tomorrow.
Two days later Mr. Ted Morrison sat
in his office in the afternoon sunshine
looking over the mail which had just
come in. His hat was pushed back
from his forehead, showing a fine head
of curly brown hair. He was laughing
softly and reading over for the third
time two letters he had just received.
The first ran in this vein:
Dearest Teddy Meet me tomorrow at
the station, 6 p. m. I m coming home lor
ever and ever. New York is the most un
interesting place I have ever been in.
Publishers up here aren't a bit interested
in young talent. Tney seem to De anx
ious, above all things, to nip it m me ouu. i
Sociallv. New York is degrading. People
do nothing but wash in tin basins, drink
cocktails and live in attics, you aear,
darling old boy! I am just longing to
come home and cry it all out on your coat
lapel. Your penitent uokuuix.
The other letter was quite different in
purport. It ran thus:
Dear Ted I've done the very best I
could for you. and you owe me tnat iw
you promised me if I'd send her back. I
followed her about ana persuaueu cwiy
rmiilisher who might be inclined to look
favorably upon her work to turn it coldly
and peremptorily down. I took her to the
meanest restaurant 1 know oi ana maue
her drink a cocktail. I even persuaaea
Reggie Cutting to be rude to her. All O.
K. She leaves in the morning. Remem
ber the hundred. Your affectionate sister,
n?rgy all gone? Headache? Stom
u;f of order? Simidv a case of
torpid liver. Ibirdoek Blood Bitters
will make
of von.
a new man or woman out
O -A- JG "3? O HIA
jm The Kind You Have Always Bought
J CtLi a bug
Recovered Speech and Hearing.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I commenced us
ing your Cream Balm about two years
ago for catarrh. My voice was some
what thick and my hearing was dull.
My hearing has been fully restored
and my speech has become quite
clear. I am a teacher in our town.
L. G. Brown, Granger, O.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50c
or mailed by Ely Brothers, ob war
ren street, New York.
The Eldorado
No. 18 North Ninth St.
Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana.
imcrobes which
poverish the blood and circulation.
Stops all trouble that mterieres amui
nutrition. That's what Ilollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 3o
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THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating
QUESTION the men. Not
bothering us much, however.
Carpents Cleaned by a New Piocess.
shirtwaists we will do the laundering.
Dancer Information.
Eliza is an old retainer in a certain
Philadelphia family, for whom she ha3
labored many years. The children of
the family have grown to regard her
with mingled awe and fear, all but
Tom, the youngest, who is now eight
vears-old. In spite of her dominant
sway, says the Philadelphia Record,
Eliza is very unsophisticated.
She was horrified to learn that Tom
had discovered the whereabouts of her
wealth, for she had been putting away
her savings for years and had about
$G00 in the savings fund.
Tom and some of his small cronies
wanted a nickel to spend for candy,
but all the mothers were out.
"I'll tell you what wre'll do," said
Tom. "I'll borrow 5 cents from our
Eliza. She's got lots of money."
"Aw' exclaimed the inevitable pessi
mist, "she ain't got any money!"
"She has." replied -Tom. "She's got
a lot of money in a bank downtown
next to Williams' candy shop."
Eliza chanced to hear this remark.
Given Passengers for the South.
Via Pennsylvania Short lines. Trains
un solid from Richmond to Cincin
nati, where passengers will be met by
ennsylvania representatives and as
sisted on trains of connecting lines.
Baggage may be checked through
from starting point, and every facili
ty will be extended for a conveniea
and comfortable trip if ar -n
through C. W. Elmer, tic ,nt of
Pennsylvania lines.
iletl away the little frown that had ' . Unmn ,Ilt,.hnd Tnn, hv
gun to cloud her forehead. I l. ' Um1 to re.ul Wm a
e tweezy orchestra was playing i ; " .... 4Un ,..,i ,,f n,.,in,.o
latest air from a popular ctumc .,, (i,f si,o S!,i,i P!,r.
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Hundreds of lives saved every year
bv havimr Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
in the house just when it is needed
Cures croup, heals burns, cuts,
wounds of every sort.
nestly. "Suppose a burglar had been
round and heard you say that? Where
would 1 be? Why. If he knew all tbat
money was there he'd go right to the
bant, break In and steal IU"
C3 -A. Ft T
Bear, ih ThB Kind You Have Always Bought
It's a mistake to imagine that itch
ing piles can't be cured; a mistake
to suffer a day longer than you can
help. Doan's Chnfcnent brings in
stant relief and nermanent cure. At
any drug store, 50 cents.
Richmond Street & Interurban Rail
way Company.
Cars leave hourly for Centerville,
East Germantown, Cambridge uy,
Dublin and Milton, from 5 a. m. te
ll p. m., returning same hours. Sun
same hours, except first car leaves at
a. m.
Indianapolis Cars.
Limited cars leave eighth and Main
i u : i.
street (by city cars transferring at
west side barns) at 7:45 a. m., 11:45
a. in. and 3:45 p. m.
Limited cars leave Indianapolis for
Richmond same hours. These cars
stop only at Big Four crossing, Cam
bridge City, Dunreith, Knightstowr
md Greenfield.
Local cars leave Richmond for In
iianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and lr
3, 5 and 7 p. m.
C. A. Denman,
If you haven't' time to prepare
Hollisder's Rocky Mountain Tea, it
is now made in tablet form also. Get
a package already to use. Makes your
well; keeps you weU. 35 cents. A. Q.
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