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PAGE C2 J! K - . 4- PENNSYLVANIA TIME TABLE In Effect October 2nd, 1904. CINCINNATI & CHICAGO DIVISION. Arrive Westward Depart ....Richmond and Logan Ac. Ex 6:45 am. 11:10 a. m ...Chicago Special 11:15 a. m. 1230 p. m.. Michigan Ex. 4:40 p. m. .Cincinnati and Logansport Ex. ...... 5:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m...... Cincinnati and Richmond Ac. Ex. 11:00 p. n Cin. and Chi. Mail and Ex ;.. 11:15 p. m. Eastward 4:05 a. m. ........Southern Ex 4:15 a. m. Northland Limited 5:15 a. m. -Rich, and Cin. Ac. Ex. 7:00 a. m. 9;48 a. m Logan and Cin. Ac. Ex 10:10 a, m. 3:50 5:40 P- jn, ..,.Kau nuu wu, occiui m.. ....... . .Logan.' and Rich. Ac. ...... COLUM BUS & INDIANAPOLIS DIV. Westward .... St. Louis Limited 4:55 a. m.. Capital Lx 3:55 p. m. 4:45 a. m. 5:05 a. m. ....St.1 Louis Ex 10:15 a. m. 10:20 a. m. 1:25 p. m. 4:50 7:20 8:40 8:55 ..10:03 p. m. .. 5:30 a. m. . .10:15 a. m. 10:00 a. m Col. and Ind. Ac. Ex. 1:20 p. m St. Louis Ex 9:00 p. m Col. and Rich. Ac. Ex. ....World's Fair Special .... ... Eastward 5:15 a. m. Pittsburg Special Ac. Mail and Ex. 9 :45 a. m Ind. and Col. Ac. Mail and Ex 9:50 a. m New York Ex. p. m. Kej'stone Ex p. m ..Atlantic Ex. 7:30 p. m. p. m ... .New York Limited p. m.. Ohio and Virginia Ex. 9:00 p. m. DAYTON & XENIA DIV. Westward 4:37 a. St. Louis Limited 9:55 a. m .Springfd. and Rich. Ac , 10:10 a. m. .... St. Louis Ex. 9:55 p. to World's Fair Special 10:55 p. m Spgfd. and Rich. Mail and Ex j ' Eastward Pittsburg Special 5:25 a. m. Rir.li nnd Sn?fd. Mail and Ex. 5:45 a. m. - - - - - i o- New York Ex. 9:55 a. m. Spgfd. Mail and Ex. 3:25 p. m. Keystone Ex. 4:55 p. m. New York limited 8:49 GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA ITY. m. 45- 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. 5:40 a. m. Michi-an Ex."..' 12:50 p. in. Cin. and Mack. Mail and Ex. 11:10 p. m. Daily. ! Sunday only. All trains unless otherwise indicated, de- part and arrive daHy, except Sunday. C. W. ELMER, Passenger and Ticket Agent. . C, 0. & 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 Cottage Grove .... 4:45 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati 6:20 p. m. No. 6 Sunday Only. Leave Richmond 8:15 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove .... 8:50 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati 10:25 p. m. No. 1, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati 8:30 a. m. Leaves Cottage Grove ...10:05 a. in. 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. in. No. 3, Daily. . Leave Richmond 7:05 p. m. r -r ? O.OR 1 Leaves muncie o .j t. ui. Leaves Marion 9:30 p. m. Arrives Peru 10:30 p. m. No. 7, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves Richmond 7:10 a. m. ; Arrives Muncie S :30 a. m. Leaves Marion . 9:35 a. m. Arrives Peru 10:35 a. m. No. 2, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves North Judson ...10:35 a. m. Leaves Peru , ........ . 12 :35 p. m. , rrives Richmond 4:05 p. m. No. 4, Daily.- Leaves Peru . . .. 5:35 a. m. Arrives Richmond ...... 9 :00 a. in. No. 8, Leaves Peru 4:45 p. m. Arrives Richmond 8:15 p. m. For rates or information regarding connections, inquire of I C. A. BLAIR, r Passenger and Ticket Agent. Home Telephone 44. Dayt n & Western TractionCo. In effect Nov. 14, 190t, subject to change Mithout notice. MAIX LINE AM P M P M Lv Richmond.... 6 00 And 9 0) 11 oo Ar Knton fi 45 every 0 45 11 45 V. Alexanda 7 oo hour 10 00 12 00 Davton -.. 8 00 until 1100 .. .. NEW PARIS H RANCH Thro . 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For further information call Home Phone 269. C. O. BAKEK. Agent. AMUSEMENTS IUMvsttaadt Th rrutol mow nukk. wwtu hlvt bun susgestr i sy minds UmUur with die needs of t& age. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR l txcp yoa k touch with subjects of current fatten to the line oi new inventions tai eepcrkocat. b will aii yoa to develop Ideas of practical value. Issued oo the ist and 15th of every cnortth. TMBtv-ck4i eas eaeK ixv.. i .. 10c per copy or seat by mail SLS0 per year. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. 4 free. XTashingtaa. D. C John S. Iredell . I WILL START IN THE Fire Insurance BUSINESS at No. 4 North Ninth St NOV. 1st. 1 For Sale CHEAP! A lot of second-band Furniture, Stoves, etc., to make room for new arrival antique mahogany furniture F. J. HEPNER 426 Main St., Richmond, Ind. "The Holy City." The lover of strong drama should have witnessed the production of "The Holy City" in the Armory Wednesday evening. The students of bible history and the followers of the man of Galilee especially should have witnessed the play. It vividly portrayed the tragedies of the times and the crimes committed against John the Baptist, whose only fault was the teaching of purity of life and heart, and against Christ, whose power to heal the sick, to raise the dead and to draw the hearts of mul titudes to him, enraged the plotting priests in the sanhedrin. One of the best characters in the play was Clyde B. Chillicotte, a young Roman One of the weakest characters was the lVter. The bible student knows Peter as the impulsive, as the emo tional, the man of the mountain to day and the valley tomorrow. But even after the denial and resurrec tion of Christ, the Peter in the xlay was a sort of sleepy, listless fisher man, never on the mountain, never in the valley. The parts of John the Baptist and his mother, Elizabeth, King Herod, Queen llerodias, Judas, Caiaphas, Nicodemus and Mary Magdalene were portrayed in an excellent man ner. Another character which re quired much force and dramatic lire as well as an intensity of heart, feel ing was that of Salome, the Roman princess whose impulsive, many sid ed nature and weakness brought her to a suicide's death besides the body of Marius, the young Roman, whom she stabbed to death thinking it was John the disciple. It akes strong characters to pre sent such a play as "The. Holy City' and certainly those who played it Wednesday evening filled those re quirements. The costumes, the scen ery and the stage settings were rich and beautiful. The crucifixion of Christ was shown in a tableau with the great masterpiece of Michael An gelo as a background. The production more than met with the approval of the audience, which should have been ranch lareer than it was. Evening News, Michi gan City, Indiana. At the Gennett Theatre, Friday, November 25th. Blanche Walsh in "Resurrection." "In its Zolaesque fidelity to de tail writes Blanche Walsh, who will appear in the play next Monday evening, "in handling an unclean subject. "Resurrection" presents much that is calculated to antagon ize the Anglo-Saxon reader, much that will make him gasp, but yet more that will arouse his enthusi asm. ' ' ' 'From the pages of the novel one may extract one of the greatest, if not the greatest sermon against the sorriest of modern social conditions. While it discourses upon the exter nal sexual problem with almost bru tal frankness and pictures sexual degredation with horrible and revolt ing truth, the whole trend of Tol stoi's tremendous story is an appeal for a moral resurrection, stieh as haa not been made by the combined ef fort of all the workers in this field during the present decade. Women, large minded women, h-ivo nn espec ial reason to be grateful for this clar ion call from the great Russian. The new woman, so-called, in her club, in her literary efforts, has demanded in more or less strident, strenuous tones, a single moral code; that the man shall be judged by precisely the same standard as the woman. The stase has in such plays as "Ca mille" and "Forget Me Not" made efforts in the same direction. Wheth er such a millenium can be brought about is dmbtful,but if it is possible I think the road has been paved by Tolstoi. - his predecessors having by comparison no more than blazed a track through the forest along which the keenest moral sight can alone find its way. In Tolstoi's apotheo sis of the soul and its relation to the Maker of all things lies the tremen dous eloquence of his appeal. Hypo critical cant is eliminated, truth is put on' a pedestal; the infidel and the creediest can here meet on a common platform for Tolstoi's ser mon works with equal conviction for the material, as well as for the spir itual betterment of society. The wrong-doer may fear the retributive justice of a wrathful God, but God is merciful. Nature, however, is in exorable, and has no mercy. In my opinion Tolstoi exploits this truth as ithas rarely, if ever, been exploited before, and therefore, in giving "Resurrection" to the world he has let loose a moral force which must earn for him the gratitude of mod ern civilization. itTUnl i(T It - i i jimi ntui ret noil iu tlilJ Vshould have made the sensation it : GENNETT Theatre : IRA SWISHER Lee and Hanaoer Wednesday, Nov. a RETURN OF LAST SEASON'S GREAT SUCCESS : UNDER! Written by Lottie I Blair Pa rkor.au thor I of Wiiv Down Knst I SOUTHERN SKIES : A Play that will Live Forever The most original, unha?kTieyed and diverting play of southern life ever written.; W ever written.; I 27-lRemarkable Cast -27 Massive Production Complete in every detail. PRICES- $1 00, 7oc, 50c and 22c. a Rents readv Monday morning at the Wectcott Pharmacy. GENNETT THEATER Ira Swisher, Manager. MONDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 21, 1904. : : By Special Arrangement : : HARRY S. HOPPING, Politely Proffers Fred Raymond's Phenomenal Success : : : : THE MISSOURI GIRL t- e.. Introducing MISS ROSE GAYLOR (Rose Mnlroney) As DAISY and the well known Comedian. MR. HARRY EDMAN, As Zoke, the Country Boy, Together With an Amiably Selected Cast of Associated Players PRICES 50, 35, 25 and 15 cents. Seats on Sale at the Westcott Pharmacv. has, both in London and Parisas well as in New York might be expected, from the great work which inspired it, though much credit is due to the French playwright Henri Pataille who made the dramatization. For my own part, the sentiment which is ever in my thoughts is that of gratitude for the opportunity it gave me in me ctiaracier oi iuasiove. What measure of success is accord ed me in her portrayal is due per haps to sympathy with the aims of the great Russian reformer. I shall continue to study the role as long as I may play it. My chief aim is to obliterate entirely and to think of Maslcve as Tolstoi conceived her a creature more sinned against than sinning, a creature who was plastic, but a creature as God made her, to be used or abused by a stronger per sonalis." v V. -X ' 'Under Southern Skies." 'Under Southern Skies" which will be at the Gennett Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 23rd needs no in troduction to our theatre goers. It has been seen in our city and its merits are so well known that the announcement of its return is suffi cient to insure acrowded house. 'Under Southern Skies" has proved the greatest in point of popu larity and large houses, of all the re cent plays of southern life. It has had three seasons of high prosperity and indications point to still greater success for this, its fourth year upon the road. Its story is a very strong one that touches the heart and rous es the sympathies of the spectators, while its natural scenes of delicious comedy keep an audience in a ripple of laughter. The Hallowe'en games and pumpkin danco make every one feel young and gay with the actors upon the scene, and are this season made entertaining by entirely new songs and dance figures. New scen ery and costumes have also been pro vided by the management and a thor oughly finished performance is given by capable actors. EW PHILLIPS : THEATRE Opens Tonight For a Weew. Of the Maragare t Neville com pany which opens at the New Phil lips tonight the Cumberland, Md., "Times" says: An ovation is the only word that will describe the reception given The Margaret Neville Co. at the Aca demy of Music last night. The house was packed from pit to dome with a most enthusiastic audience which received Miss Neville with a volume of applause. "Du Parri" was the play and all the promises made in the advance no tices were made good. As "Countess Du Barri" Miss Neville scored a triumph. In her lighter scenes her work was delicate and delightful, while in the heavier ones the power and force displayed by her held the audience enthralled. The supporting company did not show a weak spot, and their work was artistic and iwell-balanced throughout. Of the specialties, which were all splendidly received, the feature was Mr. William Cradoc in his unique and wonderful "Roman Battle Axe Act." The Axe King is a title he has fairly won, as he proved his complete mastery over these ponder ous and dangerous weapons. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., W. H. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. "I suffered for months from sore throat. Fclectric Oil cured me in twenty-four hours." IT. S. Gist. Hawesville, Kv. O. G. MURRAY, Lessee, Manager - " - -' " " a Tne bet of iff kind exiant. Travel- A Ing in its own curs. 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