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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUH, SUNDAY KQISTIKG, UOVIlilSER 20, 1904.
PAGE 8EVEXT PENNSYLVANIA TIME TABLE la Effect October 2nd, 1904. CINCINNATI & CHIC AG O DIVISION. Arrive Westward- Depart a m. , m. m. m. m. 9. IS 3:50 5:40 a. P. P- a. .Rieh. and Cin. Ac. Ex. T Cin A Ft IH. . ... mlMgaU. uuu v.u. v- ....Richmond and Logan Ac. Ex 0:45 11:10 ft m rhiMfro Snrrial 11:15 a. 12:30 p. m.. Michigan Ex. ft 4:40 p. m Cincinnati and Logansport Ex. 5:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m Cincinnati and Richmond Ac. Ex.. 11:00 p. m.. Cin. and Chi. Mail and bx- i:o p. Eastward 4:05 a. m Southern Ex 4:15 a. Northland Limited 5:15 a. 7:00 a. m. 10:10 a. m. nu: oriil Cin Serial 3 rfi5 n m. m Logan, and Rich. Ac COLUM BUS & INDIANAPOLIS DIV. Westward .... St. Louis Limited 4 :45 a. m. m Capital Ex 5:05 a. m. . . . .SfcJ Lou,is Ex 10 :15 a. m. 10:00 a. m Col. and Ind. Ac.. Ex 10:20 a. m. 1:20 p. m St. Louis Ex 1:25 p. m. 9:00 p. m Col. and Kich. Ac. h,x . . . .World's Fair Special 10 :03 p Eastward 5 :15 a. m. ...... Pittsburg Special .Ac. . Mail and Ex. 5:30 a. m. .Ind. and CoL Ac. Mail and Ex 10:lo a. m. m. 0:45 a. m. 9:50 4:50 7:20 8:40 8:55 a. P. P. m New York Ex. m Keystone Ex m. Atlantic Ex. 7:30 p. m. 9:00 p. m. 4:37 a. m. m... . . New York Limited m Ohio and Virginia Ex. .. DAYTON & XENIA DIV. Westward St. Louis Limited 9:55 a. m Springfd. and Rich. Ac i 10:10 a. m St. Louis Ex. 9:55 p. m World's Fair Special .zw 10:55 p. m Sjgfd. and Rich. Mail and Ex j Eastward Pittsburg Special , Rich, and Spgfd. Mail and Ex. New York Ex. Spgfd. Mail and Ex. Keystone Ex. New York Limited GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R'Y. Southward 3:30 a. m Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex. ... 9:42 a. m.......Ft. W. and Rich. Mail and Ex.'... 3:40 p. m Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex 10:15 p. m Sunday Ac. ! Northward Rich and G. R. Mail and Ex. . . . Michigan Ex 12:50 ....Cin. and Mack. Mail and Ex. 11:10 Daily. ! Sunday only. All trains unless otherwise indicated, de- part and arrive daHy, except Sunday. C. W. ELMER, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 4. 5:25 a. m. , 5:45 a. m. 9:55 a. m. .3:25 p. m. 4:55 p. m. . . 8:49 p. 5:40 . a. P-P- m. m. m. -X- m. AMUSEMENTS "UnUder Southern Skies. "Under Southern Skies," the most successful play of tho present day hose scene is located in the south, occupies a place by itself in Southern drama. For a long period vy have had Southern plays founded upon one of two subjects. The civil war, or the moonshiner. Lottie Ulair Parker, the author of "Under Southern Skies" has chosen a differ ent theme and it was evidently a welcome change to theatre goers for they have patronized the play so lib erally that it is now playing its fourth season, and everywhere to a crowded house. Mrs. Parker's theme in "Under Southern Skies" is a sto ry of love and of suffering. It moves the spectator to sympathy and tears. Uut the setting of the story; the manner in which it is told is what constitutes the delightful charm of the play and takes people to see it over and over again. "Under South ern Skies," notwithstanding the BLANCH WALSH TO PLAY HERE ONE OF THE GREATEST AMER ICAN ACTRESSES TO BE SEEN STAR IH "RESURRECTION" This Will Be One of the Dramatic Events of the Year For Richmond. GENNETT THEATER Ira Swisher, Manager. C, C. & L. TIME TABLE. Effective October 16, 1904. EAST AND SOUTH. No. 4 Daily. Leave Richmond 9:00 a. m. Leave Cottage Grove .... 9:37 a. m. Arrive Cincinnati 11:15 . m. No. 2. Daily Except Sunday. Leave Richmond 4:05 p. m. Leave Cottago Grove .... 4:45 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati 6:20 p. m. No. C Sunday Only. Leave Richmond 8:15 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove .... 8:50 p. m. ' Arrive Cincinnati 10:2o p. m. No. 1, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati . .8:30 a. m. Leaves Cottage Grove ...10:05 a. m. Arrive Richmond 10:40 a. m. No. 3, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati 5:00 p. m. Leaves Cottage Grove 6:30 p. m. Arrives Richmond 7:05 p. m. NORTH AND WEST No. 1, Daily. Leaves Richmond ., 10:40 a. m. Leaves Muncie 12:01 p. m. Leaves Marion 1:07 p. m. , Leaves Peru 2:05 p. m. (Arrives North Judson ... 4:05 p. m. No. 3, Daily. Leave Richmond 7:05 p. m. Leaves Muncie 8:25 p. m. Leaves Marion 9:30 p. m. Arrives Peru 10:30 p. m. No. 7, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves Richmond 7:10 a. m. Arrives Mupcie S:30.a. m. Leaves Marion '. . 9 :35 a. m. Arrives Peru 10:35 a. in. No. 2, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves North Judson ...10:35 a. m. Leaves Peru 12 :35 p. m. J ' rrives Richmond 4:05 p. m. No. 4, Daily. Leaves Peru 5:35 a. m. Arrives Richmond 9:00 a. m. Wo. , Leaves Peru 4:45 p. m. Arrives Richmond 8:15 p. m. For rates or information regarding 'f? connections, inquire of C. A. BLAIR, ""' Passenger and Ticket Agent. Home Telephone 44. J3i Dayton & Western TractionCo. In elToct Nov. 11, 1001, subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE A M P M P M Lv Richmond.... 0 (K) And 9 OJ 11 0 Ar Eaton 6 45 every 45 11 4-"i V. Alexandra 7 (K) hour 10 00 12 00 Dayton 8 Op until 11 00 .. .. NEW PARIS BRANCH Thro Service A M A M And FM Lv Richmond.... 5 00 0 20 every 10 20 Ar Cedar Springs f 25 (5 4o hour 10 45 New Paris .... 5 KO 0 fti until 10 50 THE INTERSTATE LIMITED ParlorBuflVt Service tenseness and pathos of its theme is as full of entertainment and laugh ter as many plays whose only aim is to amuse. So deftly are the laughs mingled with tears that an effect of pure nature is produced which is as fascinating as it is unusual in plays. A more than usually large cast is necessary to pcrtray the characters ! in "I'nder Southern Skies" and each of the "twenty seven people in the drama is especially adapted to his or her part. One of the most attractive features of the production lias never been soon in anv other play. Manager Swisher who is ever alert to secure the best attractions for our city, will present "Under Southern Skies" at the Oennett Theatre on Wednesday evening, Nov 23 rd. -X- "A Great Feature. One of the most sensational fea tures of the Margaret Neville Com pany, which appears here at the New Phillips all next week, is The Great Cradoc, The Axe Man. "When he makes his appearance in front of his array of glittering battle axes, he will be greeted with applause by every person in the large assemblage His acts are phenomenal, and origi nal is the only word that can give expression to their character. "With the glittering weapons, ranging in weight from eight to thirty-five pounds each, their crescent shaped double blades flashing in the light, the great danger attendant on the performance lends a fascination to it which holds the audience breath less during its progress, and causes a sight of pleasure and rolief when it is over. The most dangerous per formances is the one where he jug gles with tho ten pound axes, keep ing one hand behind and the other in front of him. The Margaret Nev ille company opens with "A Wom an's Revenge 1 and five big specialties. MONDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 21, 1904. : : By Special Arrangement : : HARRY S. HOPPING, Politely Proffers Fred Raymond's Phenomenal Success : : : : THE MISSOURI GIRL Introducing MISS ROSE GAYLOR (Rose Mnlroney) As DAISY and the well known Comedian. MR. HARRY EDMAN, As Zeke, the Country Boy, Together With an Amiably Selected Cast of Associated Players L.eave Richmond Arrive Eaton West Alexandria . Dayton A M i 50 10 25 10 85 11 15 P M ;$ 50 4 25 4 :to 5 15 Special tickets must be purchased before boarding train o baggage carried. Trunks, etc., may b sent on trains preceding or following. Buffet lunch served on this train. Direct connection at Dayton with "Lima I.lmlre i" trains for Troy, Plqua and Lima. Richmond to Lima (120 miles) in 4 hours. The fastest long distance service on elec tric lines In the United Htates. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P.C. C. A St. Li for points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cincinnati Northern K. K. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, l'lqua Sidney, Lima, Xenia, Sptingtleld, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to nil points For further information call Home Phone 268. C. O. HAKKu. Agent. .V .V. St---- I WILL START IN ITffi Fire Insurance BUSINESS at No. 4 North Ninth St NOV. 1st. I will be glad to see my old com- rades at the above number on pen sion day, November 4th. John S. Iredell Tht greatest money makint invcniino hrt been suggested cy minds UmUur with the oerds of the Age. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR -dn keep you in touch with subjects ol current interest ft the bne ot ncv inventions and experiment, b will aid you to develop idru of practical value. Issued on the 1st and 1 5th of every month. THtMi!ri fiam cAtlh fain ejj 8 Qcvs dud 10c per copy or sent by cull $1.50 per year. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. 'Wr coot tent fee WashlnpsfcD. C 8f3 3 1 1 3 i.i 71 For Sale CUE API A lot of second band Furniture, Stoves, etc., to make room for new arrival antique mahogany furniture F. J. HEPNER 426 Bain St.,' Richmond, Ind. "Jerusalem Holy City." By far the best attraction that has appeared at the Citizens so far this year is "The Holy City." which -was produced last night to an audience which filled the house. The play is intensely interesting:. So sironpr in dialogue thai fine must stop to think at all times. The beau tiful stage settings were unique, handsome and appropriate. Being a biblical story, adopted to the stage for teaching purposes only, it fills its mission in a grand and effective manner. The cast is strong through out, and this helps the desire of the playwright. There are not many plavs like "Tho Holy City." It is a picture of the Holy Book with the characters really moving; a panorama of the time of Judea, Gallilee and Jerusa lem and the Caesarian empires and such plays should always life for they are as divine as the story they tell. This world needs such lessons and when presented as they are iu "The Holy City" are appreciated and absorbed. The Defiance, (Ohio) Daily Crescent-Xews. September 27. 15)04. - ' At the Oennett Theatre, Friday, November 25th. Blanche Walsh the most famous dramatic actress of the American stage will make her first appearance in Richmond Monday night, Nov. 2S at the Oennett Theatre, and will be seen as Maslova in "Resurrection" the most successful, drama of serious moment presented in this generation. In arranging the tour of the com pany which comprises no Jess than forty people, managers Wagenhals and Kemper obligated .themselves to carry the massive production com plete which was seen during the four months run of the play at the Vic toria Theatre, New York. Local j theatre-goers may -congratulate them i selves that this city Avas included in the itinerary. In view of the fact that "Resur rection is the dramatic sensation of the world's three great capitols, and that it is found upon the most Avide ly discussed novel of modern author ship, the subject matter of the play must be more or less familiar to ev eryone. It is laid in Russia but has no resemblance to the familiar type of play laid in that country. The story of "Resurrection" is that of a woman condemned for a crime and exiled to Siberia but not for having attempted the life of the Czar nor for having plotted against the government. Her downfall was due originally to the lustful passion of a libertine whose conscience Avas not stricken at the time but who lives to see in her degredation the terrible result of the dishonor he brought upon her. The dramatic contention of the play lies in the man's self imposed task of bringing about her moral resurrection and in cidentally his own redemption, the consummation of which is the final i denoument. The story is one com- i i i . i i mon enougti to every country ami e ery race. On he one hand it sIioavs ehe result of a woman's error in a neAv way, an error engendered by the same passion that under differ ent circumstances develops and brings out all that is noblest, best and most sacred in 'womanhood-love. On the other hand it fastens the crime of sensuality on the man equ ally with the woman, in Avhich res pect it deals out numerous uncom promising and searching truths. The action of the play presents a variety of scenes and many contrasted char acter types which entirely eliminate the atmosphere of gloom but without lessening the dramatic intensity which one would naturally associate with such a plot. Blanche "Walsh is a very youn woman, not yet thir ty years of age, and therefore when some of her critics refer to her as the American Duse, they are merely anticipating the esteem which is bound to be accorded her by the public of this country to which her fortunes mav take "her. PRICES 50, 35, 25 and 15 cents. Seats on Sale at the Westeott Pharmacy. : MEW PHILLIPS UVI THEATRE J O. G. MURRAY, Lessee, Manager A The best of Its kind x;nnt. Travel- lnein Iinowii cars. ONE SOLID WKEK COMMKNCINO MONDAY, NOV. 21st THE GREAT ; MARGARET NEVILLE GO. : In a repertoire of blgh class plays A and astonishing vauaeviuo specialties. Including CRADOC THE AXHiKINO Big Specialties Nightly 5 Pi1m 10, "JO and 00c. First 7 rows In parquette 50c. Thanksgiving Matinee Saturday Matinee The Best Liniment. "Chamberlain's Pain Balm is considered the best liniment on the market," write Post & Bliss, of Georgia, Vt. No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly. 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