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mOHLIOin) DAILY PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 196T
R Al LROAD TIME TABLES Pensylvania Lines TIME TABLE In Effect 8 A. M. Oct. 2, 1904. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV. Arrive westward Depart Rich and Logan Ac Ex 6.45 am 11.10 am Chicago Bpcciai 11.15 am 12.90 pm Michigan E 4.40 pm Cin and Logan Ex 5.00 pm 7.W pm r Cin and Rich Ac Kx 11.00 pm Cin and Chi Mail and Ex 11.15 pm EASTWARD 4.85 am Southern Ex 4.15 am Northland Limited 5.15 am Rich and Cin Ac Ex 7.00 am 8.48 am Loean and Cin Ac Kx 10.10 am Mack and Cin Ex 8.50 pn Chi and Cin 8pecial 3.55 pm 6.40 pm Logan and Rich Ac COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. 4..V am 10.00 am 1.30 pm 8.00 pm 615 am 9.45 am 9.50 am 4.50 pm 7.20 pm 8.40 pm 8.65 pm 4.87 am 9.55 am 10.10 am 10.66 pm 8.65 pm WESTWARD St. Louis Limited 4 45 am CaDital Ex 5.05 am 8t L Fast Mail and Ex 10.15 am Col and Ind Ac Ex 10.20 am N Y and 8t L Mail and Ex 1.25 pm Col and Rich Ac Ex Worlds Fair Special 10 03 pm EASTWARD Pittsburgh Special daily 5.30 am Ind and Col Ac Mail an "t 10.15 am St L and N Y Fast Penna Special (M .) St L and N Y Mali and t St L and N Y Limited Ex Ohio and Va Ex daily DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD 8t L Fast Ex Springfd and Rich Ac St L Fast Mail and Ex Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex Worlds Fair Special daily EASTWARD 7.80 pm 9,00 pm Pittsburgh Speceal dally N Y Fast Mail Rich and Sprin Mail and Ex Rich and Sprin Ac Ex Penna Special Mail and Ex 8t L and N Y Limited Ex 5.25 am 5.45 am 9.55 am 3 52 pm 4.55 pm 8.49 pm 8.30 em 9.42 am 8.40 pm 10.15i pm IGRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. SOUTHWARD ro and Cin Mail and Ex Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex Mack and Cin Mall and Ex Sunday Acg NORTHWARD Rich and G R Mail and Ex 5.40 am Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 12.50 pm Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 11.10 pm Daily. jJPunday nly. All trains, unless otherwise indicated, depart and arrive daily, xoept Sunday. C. W. ELMER. Pass. & Tkt Agt. A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition ATA BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. J31 DAYTON & "WESTERN TRACTION LINE In effect Sept. 19, 1904. Subject te change without notice. MAIN LINE AM PM PM Lv. Richmond' 00 And 9 00 11 00 Ar. Eaton 8 45 every S 45 11 45 West Alexandria. 7 00 hour 10 00 12 00 Davton 800 until 11 00 "What Women Will Do. ' Is the title of Harry Jackson's lat est and greatest play presented by the Holden Brothers company. In speaking of the play the critics entertainment consists of fashionable vaudeville and high class specialties. A strictly refined entertainment guar anteed. Grand street parade at noon. Nora Sehoemer, the violinist, has 7 NEW PARIS BRANCH Through Service Lv. Richmond Ar. Cedar Springs jNew fans A Mi AM 6 00i 7 20 5 25! 7 45 5 30! 7 50i throughout the country acknowledge but recently returned to this country, that 31 r. Jackson has succeeded in j having finished her musieal education getting much of the color of Charles at the Royal Conservatory, Leipsig, Dickens' great story David Copper-j Germany, under the celebrated teach field upon the stage. The play is not ' er, Herr Arno Ililf. Before return- a direct dramatization oi tnat novel mg to tms country she concertized but founded on some of the princi pal incidents. The action being plac ed about some of theshrdul shdluarh ed about James Steerforth, Rosa Dot tle, Emily, Mieawaber, Peggotty, and with great success in London and other English cities. Miss Sehoemer appears in this city wih the Krugar Concert company at the New Phillips Theatre October 28. This will be one And IP M every 10 20 1 2 hours 10 45 ' until 1050: Connections At Eaton with P. C. C. & St. L. for points north and south. At West f Alexandria with Cincinnati Northern R. R. t for points north and south. At layton with electric lines alvereinK ior lroy. ri qua, Sidney, Lima Xenia, Hprlngfleld.Col umbus. Hamilton ana mncinnau. Through rates, through ticsets to an points. For further information can Home Phone 26U. C. O. BAKER, Agent. VJHEN ffJ CHICAGO Stop t the 1 i iSii A rtsaj- Mew , 1 L- 0 Northern Dmthm Hoiml Combined 8 floor Fiae new room. Meals a-la-Carta at all hours. A BATHS OF ALL KINDS Turkish. Russian. Shower. Plunge, etc. Th finest swimminz pool in the world. Turkisb Bath and Lodging, tl.00. Moat Inexpensiv 1 first Class hotel in Chicago. Right iu th hart of the city. Booklet on application. Now Nor thorn Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CHICABOTiT Stata IS) ATE NTS ucr- I !i will advise you whether your ideas II can be patented. Small improve 11 ments and simple inventions have u made much money for the inven tors. We develope your ideas or assist vouin improving your invention. We takeout patents in United States, Can ada and foreign countries. Our terms axe reasonable. Marlatt .& Dozler, 41-43 Color lal Bldg. - Richmond $7.00 WORLD'S FAIR TICKETS. Effect October jo. 1904. East and South. No. 4. Dailv Leave Richmond 0 a. m. Leave Cottage Grove 9:37 a. m. Arrive Cincinnati 11:15 a. m. Xo. 2, Daily Except Sunday. Leave Richmond 4:05 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove 4:45 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati G:20 p. m. Xo. 0, Sunday Only. Leave Richmond 8:15 p. m. Leave Collage Grove S:50 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati 10:25 p. m. Xo. 1, Daily - eave Cincinnati 5:00 p. m. jeave Cottage Grove G:30 p. m. Arrive Richmond 7:05 p. m. NORTH AND WEST. Xo. 1. Daily Leave Richmond 10:40 a. m. Leave Muncie 12:01 p. m. Leave Marion 10 p. m. , Leave Peru 2:05 p. m. Arrive Xorth Judson 4:05 p. m. Xo. 3 Daily Leave Richmond 7:05 p. m. Leave Muncie 8:25 p. m. Leave Marion 9:30 p. m. Arrive Peru 10:30 p. m. Xo. 7, Daily Except Sunday Leave Richmond 7:10 a. m. Leave Muncie 8:30 a. m. Leave Marion 9:35 a. m. Arrive Peru 10:35 a. m. Xo. 2, Dily Except Sunday Leave Richmond 7:10 a. m. Leave Muncie 8:30 a. m. Leave Marion 9:35 a. m. Arrive Peru 10:35 a. m. Xo. 2, Daily Except Sunday Leave Xorth Judsoti 10:35 a. m. Leave Peru 12:35 p. m. Arrive Richmond 4:05 p. m. Xo. 4, Daily- Leave Peru 5:35 a. m. Arrive Richmond 9:00 a. m. Xo. S Leave Peru 4:45 p. m. Arrive Richmond S:15 p. m. For rates or information regarding connections inquire of C. A. BLAIR, Pass. & Ticket Agt. Home Tel. 44. Now on Sale Sundays, Mondays, Tues days, Wednesdays and Thursdays via Pennsylvania Lines. World's Fair 7-day round trip tickets to St. Louis are now sold over Pennsylvania Lines Sundays, Mon days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday of every week at $7.00 from Richmond. These tickets are valid in coaches of through trains. Longer limit low price excursion tickets to World's Fair are sold every day. For par ticulars consult C. W. Elmer, ticket agent, Pennsylvania lines, Richmond, Ind. Excursion tickets at unusually low rates good for the season, on sale dai- j to Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha, jreen Lake, Devils Lake, Gogebic, Ashland, Marquete, Superior, Du Juth, St. Paul, Minneapolis and many ther cool and delightful lake resorts reached by The Xorth-Western Line. Information and tickets can be sc arred from your home agent. Booklet ntitled "The Lakes and Summer Re ports of the Northwest" mailed upon receipt of 4 cents in stamps, W. B. 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It's only 25c, and guaranteed to give satisfaction by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. . . . SSOv NSv CSn. - 0?r i iVoZsveAe Comic jC&pens foAnna. h 5e-i7CEV JeJXyVibom. Uriah: Heap and Hammond Pegotty, of the great musical events of the sea the rough young fisherman, in love son. with l.trillv ilio i n iiiipon f vnnncr wntn. w w an who forsakes him for the promi- Manager O. G. Muiray begs to as ses of Steerforth, later to be cast sure the theatregoing public, that the aside. The punishment of Steerforth forthcoming production is one of the when he is drowned during a hand most novel and entertaining attrac to hand fight in a storm with Ham- Hons on the road this season. The mo ml Pegotty, with a few other play is a modern one, and contains a scenes in which Mr. Jackson has de- strong plot, with a series of power serted Dickens gives the play a true ful situations that hold the atten melodramatic flavor. The comedy ele- tion of the audience in a state of sus ment is supplied by the Micawber pended interest till the curtain falls family. The scenic effects are excel- on the last act. Considerable money lent, the parts are well played, and has been expended in staging this the success of the play is demonstrat- beautiful production, that deals with ed by the applause and hearty laugh- a sweet and wholesome theme, it is ter at each performance. What Worn- described as more entrancing, more en Will Do will be seen for one night pathetic and at the same time more at the Gennett theatre Friday, Octo- inspiring, than the once popular fa ber 21st. .vorite "Ostler Joe," which was talk- Jed of the world over. In this play there are a series of magnificent sce- The announcement that "Waynic effects, such as beautiful and Down East" is to be the attraction realistic farmyard scene; Madison at the Gennett Theatre, on Thursday Square Park; New York City at evening of this week, will undoubted- Night, with its wonderful illumina- J. 2fe "Way Down East.' ly be received with pleasure by local theatregoers, with whom this popular drama is a pronounced favorite. "Way Down East" has become cele brated as an attraction which ap peals to the people who do not ordi narily frequent the play-house. That these are not the only people whom it attracts is attested by the great length of the runs it has enjoyed in New York. Chicago, Pittsburg and Boston. The same big company and precisely the same scenic investiture will be brought here as characterized the production of the drama at the Academy of Music, New York City. More's Superba, something new and different from other shows will be presented at the Gennett Theatre on Tuesday night, October ISth. The tion of the Fifth Avenue Hotel; the Marvelous Flat-Iron Building; the six million dollar Metropolitan Life Building; Dr. Parkhurst's church and Madison Ssuare Garden,making it the most attractive scene ever attempted on the stage. The palatial residence of the King of gamblers, Richard Canfield, and in contrast to it all, the inviting cheerfulness of the fireside at home, on Christmas night; where everything is happiness and content ment, in itself speaks a sufficient story without the play. A great cast of Metropolitan players have been secured, including the young and ro the favorite of every one Miss Laura Lorraine in her latest selection of popular melodies, the wonderful child actor. Master Charley Pose, and a number of specialties. LETTER LIST YOUR TRIP to Los Angeles or San Francisco will not be perfect unless you use the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY efther on going or returning jour Ladies' List. Grace Beckman, Gertrude Brint, Jennie Bailey, Mary Hauh, Alice E. Heck, Bertie Hotts, Mrs. Sarah Lew- either on the going or returning jour- is. Elizabeth Nolan, Miss Sue Stern, ney. Mrs. Chas. Southern. It has the grandest and most won derful scenery in the world, which Gentleman's List. -n fuJ1 yiew fro mthe train for 600 J. W. Butler, Sherman Boone, Al- miles, or can be viewed from the many bert Bovd, W. Bush, Charlie Chen- mountain resorts along the line, ault, W.R. Cook, John Clayton, Wal- Stopovers Allowed, ter Dentins, Frank Finks, Frank H. Tree Observation Cars. Carver, A. M. Green. Howard Harris, TriP Through Puget Sound Geonre Huston, Dr. H. C. Howard, between Vancouver, Victorfe and Se- T. B. Johnson, E. II. Lamb, Lewis anie wuuuu cuarge. Baer & Co., W. W. Miller, D. E. Nichols, C. L. Norris, J. M. Powell, Postmaster of Progress, Henry Rantz William Smith, Howard Smith, J. J. Sullivan, S. C. Smith, Claud West cott. Drops. Edward Fercruson. Chas. F. Grant, Mrs. Lantz, Willard Stout. Mis Ida Twell, Mr. Tullaway. Foreign. Paul Turacsck. D. SURFACE, P. M. Write for illustrated literature. A. C. SHAW, Gen. Agt., Passgr. Dept. Chicago, DL CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. be Kind Ycu Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of .Hfr.fr.:..I..IT..InI . . . i- Gen nett Theatre f ! ' V 5 Ira Swislier, Manager t : THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 20th rT?0 Tn r(-v . ! "4" T 1717 A )7 i Hoor 1100; Balcony $1.00. 75 j. LS IS Mil 11 : and 60c; Gallery 26c. DOWN 4- By Lottie Blair Tarker 1 f 77 -b Elaborated by I jf J V Joseph K. Gnsmer : 4" : : "T Tresentei as never beftre seen hTt wlih iha,iin.i v, x- 1- !- 1 "I f'nst nd Sc-nlt PmiiliV..!l.' . 'n original New ork Academy JL X calves nnd SuZl vh ?' ,tll'r with all the horses. cows, T T C8Ue,'h ltP,lh;. ul'',lI1l cast and prtntuctlou tht - V .i. . ....... vjr, in- sequent loiitf ruus lu New Yort Itoston Chicago and lMiiladelphla. 1 oris, uosion, sale of seats opens Tuesday morning, Oct. IS, at AVestcott Pharmacy. jjm mi d a : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY TUESDAY, OCT. 18th : MOORE'S UPERBA! Fashionable Vaudeville and High iiass topeciames. 3 Performers 30 Each one beinc a star artist Trices 75c, 50c, 85c and 25c. Sale of seats at Westcott Pharmacy HOME PHONE 231. A strictly reHned entertainment guaranteed .... Grand Street Parade at Noon And Concert In front of Theatre at 7-:w p. m. :p PHILLIPS: THEATRF O. G. Murray, Lessee and Mgr. Wednesday, October 19th Matinee and Night The greatest success of the season IVIFS IN : NAME ONLY i With original New York Company. scenery and Properties A Grsat Tlay A Great Company a Iiicludliij; Garland Gadeu, Laura Lor- raiiic and Master Cliarley Rose Crowded bouses everywhere Prices Matinee, 15 and 25c; aiiui, iu. o, oo aou ouc. Sale of seats opens Monday, October 17,, at Nixon's. No advance in prices. WH'T 7 M T TTTI I I I I I-I I X : I I I 1 1 1 1 l i 1 .H.,H. Extra Fine Lake Fish Just received . White Fish No. 1 Pickerel Mackinaw Trout Tbey r beauties 4 Come and see our place and sample our goods. Courteous treatment to all. Model Fish Market ' M'n W. T. SHAFER W"W"T"T"T"T"I-I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I ! I- -I I M-.M X 1 -X 1 -X1 'X I 'I-I-l KTothing to Eat But Grub Nothing to Wear But Clothes That tells our story in short metre. We sell everything good and wholesome in the way of Groceries, and our Dry Goods Department fairly teens with seasonable goods, at, need we sav it? Well, yes, "lest ye forget," the lowest prices in the city. A Few Dry Goods Items Just received, the balance of our order of Blankets and Comforts. Thrifty people are buying and freely say that our goods are better and 1( per cent, lower than any other store in the city. Our prices on fleecy lined underwear are lower than other dealers pay for the goods at the present time. Heavy weight, fleeced, well made gar ments, 39c and 35c. Ask to see our line of Golf Gloves. GROCERY ITEMS It is unnecessary to tell you, for jou all know that our store is the cheapest place to buy in the city. Our goods are superior to others ; quality gets the price. Come with your neighbors and save your pennies. Famous Morning Star Flour, per sack, 75c. Finest of Prepared Mustard, per quart, 10c! No. 1 good Catsup, 10c. quart. Eight bars Green Seal, Lenox or Santa Claus Soap, 25c. Six lbs. hand picked Navy Beans, 25c. Eery thing else at the same low prices." S. & II. Trading Stamps with all purchases. 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