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filCHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1904.
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Phones 151. it 9 aSffV 1 l DTntnurrnvrT TIATT.V PAT.T.ATITTTM. FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21. 1901 GOOD ADVICE To Persons Going to the World's Fair This Week. 'lliose of our citizens who are go- ting t Hit Fair this week will find that, if rext Sabbath be pleasant, they can have an enjoyable time by taking a nip cither up or down the river. The trips are only 50 cents round trip f.,r the longer and 2j cents for the shorter. All those in the afternoon are down river trips to a point about 20 miles distant. The writer took one a month since when tli2 Harvest Moon was at its full, stilting at half-past two and returning at 10 p. in. The trip was ideal to one worn out by a week's tramp at the Fair, no walking, no dust, nothing disagreea ble. The boat was the "City of Providence" and 1540 were aboard. That will be one of the pleasantest ways of spending the day. Try it and see. A. Subscrbier. PIPE STORIES Cambridge City Tribune Qualifies For Star Dreamers Class. This is not only the season for burning leaves but it is also the sea son for wold and woolly pipe stories. Already from the state of Washing toon comes the tale of how a passen ger train was held up by an army of little greui frogs and the staid Qua ker state of Pennsylvania reports of a hen laying an egg with a picture of President Koosevelt riding horse back to the Whitehouse, but old Wayne County Indiana is there with j tlie goods, jumping into the star dreamers class with the following tale that appeared in this week's is sue of the Cambridge City Tribune t "Mrs. Meredith had rather a re markabl.j experience one day last week. She was driving her family horse .to a buggy coming to town. As she was coming down the hill in the road through the woods, the horse became frightened at something and started P run. and when he came to the gate under full speed, he jumped oyer the j.ate, taking t lie buggy, with Mrs. Muedith in it, with him, and continued running away, and she was not able to control or slop him un til he had run a half mile. Upon ex amination it was found that the bug gy, horse or harness had not sus tained the. slightest damage. It is a Manlove gate, made: from gas pipe and is four feet high, and the only damage done Avas a slight bending of the top pipe. Israel Morrcy, who was driving near by, was an eye wit ness to the scene. Mrs. Meredith had a narrow escape from what might have been a serious accident." "What Women Will Do." Harry Jackson's latest success, as presented by the Ilolden' Brothers company is eonidered t lie best melo drama now playinjr at popular prices and bids fair to do a biir business at t lie (leuuctt Theatre on next Friday evening. Iloth press and public throuirhout the country agree that it contains more heart interest', stirring climaxes, and better scenic effects than any drama produced this sea son. It is easy to understand this, when odo takes into consideration that Mr. Harry Jackson, the author, and who plays the principal comedy character in the piece, shows for his subject the best character and stron jrest situations contained in Charles Dickens jrreat story Davd Copper Held. And by adding: to these some novel idas of his own has manufac tured a play far above the averag-e. Among- fi e many novelties introduc ed may be mentioned the great ship wreck scene, the hand to hand light in the storm, the old ship turned up side down on the beach where dwells the famous old Peg-otty family, the village churt-h yard in winter !n which s-viie is introduced thegreatest dramatic situation ever achieved by two women characters, viz: b'osa Dot tie and Km'Iy. The play abounds in beautiful situations and strong- cli maxes. ,u:d the patrons of the Ge?- ncit Avilj no doubt enjoy the Dickens' play. Only Six Weeks More Of St. Louis World's Fair; Excursions Every Day. via Pennsylvania Lines. Throuph pas senger service both wavs between b'ichmond. Ind.. and Sr. Louis. 1) rough trains leave Richmond, Ind., .":05 a. m.. 10:15 a. in., 1:25 p. ' m.', 10:30 p. m. daily. Tickets over Pennsylvania Lines reading through St. Loui. to points west permit ten days' stop-over at St. Louis upon payment of .?1.00 , fee for validating ticket. C. W. Elmer, Tieket Agent, Richmond, Ind., will give full particulars. Bang Ilcado.eine. i romb inns, IrritnbiHty, Arc Cir.alc. Not ever;. I.cr.CacI.e 13 a s-::ri cf r.or OU3 LrcIc-c'.ov. :j. tut. 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