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niOmiOND DAILY PALLADIUM," SATURDAY " ftORNDTO, NOVEMBER 26, 1904.
PAGE SEVEir Arrive 11:10 a. 12:30 p " 4:40 p Depart ir 4:05 9;48 3:50 5:40 4:55 4:15 a. m. a. m. a. m. a. m. , " PENNSYLVANIA TIME TABLE In Effect October 2nd, 1904. ' CINCINNATI & CHICAGO DIVISION. Westward- Richmond and Logan Ac. Ex 6:45 a m. m.. . . .Chicago Special ... . ... . . . . .11 :15 a. m. m.. Michigan Ex. y . . . 3 t . i C K .Art lit ati and Richmond Ac. rjx. 11:00 p. m. Cin. and Chi. Mail and Ex ....... .11:15 p. m. .Eastward m- Southern -Ex ......... .Northland Limited ............. 5:15 .Rich, and Cin. Ac. Ex. 7:00 a. m........ 'lrfSan an 'Cin. Ac Ex 10:10 a. m. n' Chi. and Cin. Secial 3:55 p. m. p m.......'l0gan' Rich. Ac COLUM BUS & INDIANAPOLIS DIV. Westward .... St. Louis Limited 4:45 m.... ...Capital Ex 5:05 ....St. Louis Ex 10:15 a. m. 10:00 a. in Col. and Ind. Ac. Ex. ...10:20 a. m. 1:20 p. m... St. Louis Ex 1:25 p. in. 9:00 p. m. .........Col. and Rich. Ac. Ex. World's Fair Special 10:03 p. m. Eastward 5:15 a. m. Pittsburg Special Ac. Mail and Ex. . 5:30 a. m. 9:45 a. m. . . . .Ind. and Col. Ac. Mail and Ex 10:15 a. m. 9:50 a. m ......New York Ex. j p. m .Keystone Ex p. m. Atlantic Ex. 7:30 p. m. r. m New York Limited p. m. .Ohio and Virginia Ex. 9:00 p. m. DAYTON & XENIA DIV. Westward i:OI a. MX. ..OU liUUW iJimiicu 9:55 a. m .Springfd. and Rich. Ac 10;10 a. m St. Louis &x. 9:55 p. m. ........ .World's Fair Special 10:55 p. m.....Spgfd. and Rich. Mail and Ex ., Eastward Pittsburg Special Rich, and Spgfd. Mail and Ex. New .York Ex. 4:50 7:20 8:40 8:55 Spgfd. Mail and Ex. ....3:25 p. m. . .. 5:25 a. m. . 5:45 a. m. . . . 9 :55 a. m. 4:55 p. 8:49 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 u 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. ............Michigan Ex 12:50 p. m. Cin. and Mack. Mail and Ex. 11:10 p. m. Daily. ! Sunday only. All trains unless otherwise indicated, de- part and arrive daily, except Sunday. C. W. ELMER, Passenger and Ticket Agent. p. m. 0., 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. m. Arrive Richmond 10:40 a. m. No. 3, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati x. .... . 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. j Leaves Richmond 7 :10 a. m. Arrives Muncie 8 :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 m- No. 8, Leaves Peru ........... 4:45 p. m. Arrives Richmond ...... 8 :15 p. m. For rates or information regarding connections, inquire of C. A. BLAIR, Passenger and Ticket Agent. Home Telephone 44. 1 - f Dayton & Western TractionCo. In effect Nov. 14, 1901, subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE AM P M P M LiV Richmond.... 6 00 And 9 OJ 11 00 Ar Eaton 6 45 every 8 45 11 45 W. Alexand'a 7 00 hour 10 00 12 00 Dayton 8 00 until 1100 .. .. NEW PARIS BRANCH Thro' Service AM AM Ami PM Lv Richmond.... 5 00 6 20 every 10 20 Ar Cedar Springs 5 25 6 45 hour 10 45 New Parla .... 5 80 6 50 until 10 50 THE INTERSTATE LIMITED Parlor-Buffet Service Leave Richmond Arrive Eaton West Alexandria . Dayton AM 9 50 10 25 10 85 11 15 P M 5 50 4 25 4 85 6 15 Special tickets must be purchased before Doaraing train. No baggage earrled. Trunks. eto may b ent on trains preceding or following. Buffet lunch served on this train. Direct connection at Daytou with "Lima Limited" trains for Trov. Piaua and Lima, Richmond to Lima (120 miles) In 4 hours. The fastest long distance service on eleo trio lines in the United States. The mtat (mam mVms. tuvt been suggested vj minis tm.lL.. mc neeas m in THE AMERICAN INVENTOR" keep you la touch with tubiect of current Interest to -the line ol new inventions and experiment, it will lid you to develop ldes oi eractical value Issued a the la rA i;rK ol every month. alasvsatsods 10c per oopy or tent by suil Jl.SO per var. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. ' Sample copy sent frca. Washtaftoa a C CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P. CO. A St. Li. for points nortn and south. At West Alexandria with Cincinnati Northern K. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, Plqua Sidney, Lima, Xenla, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further Information call Home Phone 269. C. O. BAKER. Agent. AMUSEMENTS How to be Rid of Rheumatism. John S. Iredell FOR Fire Insurance No. 4 North Ninth St Richmond. I will be glad to see my old com tades at the above number on pen- sion day, November 4th. John S. Iredell 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 Most Satisfying Show. A minstrel show wih its beauti ful first part setting, ballad singers, comedians, coon shouters, dancers and olio cf specialty artists, comes nearer satisfying theatre goers of the present day than any other effort on the part of theatrical caterers. There is a happy abandon about the whole affair that makes one forget his trou bles and become without reluctance a part and parcel of the scene. Gus Sun and his burnt cork organization, who will appear in this city Tuesday Nov. 29, at the New Phillips prom ise an unusual musical festival and minstrel jubilee on the occasion of their visit. Seats now on sale at Nixon's. Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50c. Hi Henry's Minstrels. Hi Henry's minstrels this season are a grand ensemble of mirth, mim icry, eostume, scenic and electrical ef fects, and they will present on Wed nesday, November 30th matinee and night. Their eight comedians head ed by the rising comedian of the day Mr. Harry "Webb, includes also the character comedians Corrigan and Dove, The Latoy Brothers, who pre sent in the olio their amusing Grote8- que character specialty, the Tramp will offer their latest hits in the first part and in the olio will introduce their wonderful eccentric dancing, in which they have no stage equals, and the Athlete, Corrigan and Dove minstrel stage. Corrigan, as the col ored cake walk belle will introduce his laughable "loop de loop," Harry Webb will dispense laugh telling new jokes and sing new songs, both in the First Part and olio, and the fa- 4 mous Bartelli Troupe will introduce their specialties concluding with the "Human Bridge" in mid air. Hi Henry will appear in his best selec tions of cornet solos Avhich has won this gentleman such recognition. Then there will be fine singing by the famous Baritone, John C. Dick ens, the popular tenor, Harry Hem enway, the Counter Tenor Eli Brouil lette, Hassos Conrad, Jesperson and Harry Battle, assisted by the pre mium quartette, Lyons, Jackson, Brockaway and Howard. This organ ization will parade the principal streets at noon on the date of per formance. Seats on sale at West cott Pharmacy. 3 Blanche Walsh in "Resurrection." No more marvelous illustration it is said, has been given by any ar tist of the stage than that presented by Blanche Walsh as Maslove in "Resurrection," which our playgo ers will have opportunity of seeing at the Gennett Theatre on Monday evening. There is no more beautiful woman than Blanche Walsh on the American stage, yet in the delinea tion of this role she deliberately sac rifices all the charms of nature to the requirements of art. This be comes necessary to show what ten years of degredation will do for a woman. In the first act she is the beautiful young innocent Katusha, happy in the love of her soldier prince and ten years later in the pri son scene she presents the picture of a woman's soul, and in this scene where her betrayer, conscience-strick en, comes to her assistance, she turns upon him, it is said, with such re vengeful passion and ferocity as to hold her audience spellbound. From all the volumes of praise that have been devoted to Miss Walsh's performance by the New York critics local playgoers have reason to anti cipate in her coming appearance one of the most artistic treats they have had in many seasons. The play will be presented with brilliant company and with the complete scenic produc tion as seen during its four months run at the Victoria Theatre, New York. Jeanne Towler in "Iris." The patrons of the Gennett the ater will have the opportunity of witnessing Arthur Wing Pinero's greatly discussed social problem play "Iris," and in which Miss Tow. ler has made one of the most distinc tive triumphs of any woman in re cent years connected with the dra matic profession. This is her first season as a star and it is not amiss to state that she occupies a mosrt conspicuous position in the dramatic firmament and her impersonation of the author's heroine has added ma terially to her reputation as an act ress of rare ability. The author of "Iris" is recognized as one of the really great dramatists of the pres ent time. From what has already been printed about this much dis cussed play, Mr. Pinero has taken a serious theme and worked it out with pitiless logic. His theme is not one of the " Be-good-you-will-be-happy" ideas, thcugh that may be the moral to be drawn from it. Here is Mr. Pinero's tale brief! v Go after it with Athlophoros. 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AT 8 SHARP First appearance In Richmond of the famous dramatic actress BLANCHE WALSH In the original dramatization of Tolstoy's world famous novel "RESURRECTION" One of the greatest dramas It will ever re my good fortune to witness. H ; GENNETT Theatre: IRA swisher; and Manager Saturday, November 26 Matinee and Night THE CASTLETOli OPERA GO. Tne embodiment of all that is strictly artistic, elaborate and amusing. Chorus of SO mostly pretty girls in the fantastic comic opera Prices Matinee, 75, 50, 25c ; TMioVit 1 Oft 7S RO 9fU - "f"-t Seat Bale at Westcott Pharmacy 75 PEOPLE -75 SAID PASHA All principals are recogniz? d stars. Norma Porter's famous Boston Ladies' Orchestra rpw PHILLIPS; II VI THEATRE t -HJm.r Vvlr- Tin Pa 1 A Miss Walsh did work that was a revelation. Allan Dale In New York Journal. Miss Walsh's "Maslova" was the trl- umph of her career. New York five- A nlng Sun. Elaborate Seenio Production As seen during Its 4 months' run at victoria xneatre, New xork. PRICES Lower floor, $1 and 11.50; Balcony, 60c, 75c and $1.00; Gallery, 9fir Ann iT Rants rn aula I'HHov Nov. 25, at Westcott Pharmacy. outlined: Iris Bellamy is pictured at the opening in scenes of luxury, and leading the life of a smart woman in a rather fast set; admired, pet ted and adored one whom her in timites call "divinity." The next period shows the irenerous side of her nature, giving the best that is in ner to the man she loves a young man who is forced to seek his luck far from home. Her fortune is swept away by the knavery of an agent, and she is reduced to penury. Nemesis, is the shape of one Maldo- nado, whom she has rejected for the younger man, is at her side, and tempts her to receive his protection the alternative, Maldonado and his riches or starvation. The subse quent event is the return of the man she really loves and his depar ture. after he has learned the truth She confesses to him that the beau tiful borne in which she is installed, which was provided by the million aire, Maldonado, and he is master there. Then comes the final stroke, displaying the rage of Maldonado, when he learns that ins can never care for him. The passing of Iris to the street and Maldonado still further evinces rasre by bearing down the house, as it were, and breaking into hundreds of pieces the bric-a-brac and furniture. This is the skeleton of this most extraor dinary play. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu cas county, ss: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, . and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dol lars for each and every case of ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. 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Dept. 25, Campaign of Education,; 211 TownsendJBldg., New York. l w w a m wwwwwjwawar rH n H H Ji A KKRaKKKKK ITTni s 5 V MJtAJIIIHjJlMJIIinjlflMJlJlJlJlllJlH winrww For SHOE REPAIRING See J. ABLEY 12 S. Ninth . flour! Flour The GUS i UN 1 American Minstrels t "A City of Splendor" SEE Giles W. Harrington, Crawford fe Finning, The Great Kyler, Bros. Hoauldlng, Elliott A West. Ed. Rice, Clarence Stonaker, Bragdon Bros., James E. Emerson, J ames Barardl, Jlmmie Rose and thd American Comedy Four. Superb Band and Orchestra Street Parade at Noon. SEE IT I Seats on sale at NixonV. Prices 15, 25. 35 and 60c. NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE 0. G. Murray, Lessee, Manager. The best of its kind extant. Traveling in its own ears. ONE SOLID WEEK Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER THE GREAT 21ST MARGARET NEVILLE CO. In a repertoire of high closs plays and tstonishmg vaudeville speci alties, including - CRADOO The Axe King 5 BIG SEPOIALTIES NIGHTLY Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. First 7 rows in parquette 50c. Ladies can purchase 50c seats for 20c Monday. Seats at Nixon's. THANKSGIVING MATINEE SATURDAY MATINEE. Wholesale & Retail J Every Pound Guaranteed Winter Apples and Potatoes I All at very , reason- able prices. Call and see us Wm. Hill & Co.t for rent: Four very desirable Flats at No. 322 . North Eighth St. W. H. Bradbury $ Son Vestcott Block :IEW PHILLIPS: UYJ THEATRE O. G. MURRAY, Lessee, Manager MONDAY, NOV. 28II1 "Cure the cough and save the life.,, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syr np cures eoughi and colds, down to the very verge of consumption. The Innocent t Maids I Always a Beauty Show 30 Clever People 30 The only novelty in extravaganza Gorgeous costumes, handsome seen- ery and brilliant electrical effects. Be wise secure your seats now or you'll have to go way back . 20 Bonnie Bright Chorus Beauties 2 Dazzling Charming Burlettaa PRICES 25c 35c, 50c and 75c I OR. laFRANCO'S D COMPOUND. 4aX. spl7 r7ttlator: 25 cents. Druggists or msfc Booklet tree. iK. LuSJLAJi CO. 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