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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. 1904.
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Bra dy, in which Wilton Lackaye will ap pear this evening at the Gennett The atre at the head of a company of three hundred people. The play made a tremendous hit. Thoroughlv American in every detail, a faithful picture of the great wheat market of the west and of social American cus toms and problems of today, the play makes an appeal, stronger perhaps than the dramatization of any ro mance that has yet been given to the stage. In the role of Curtis Jadwin, Wil ton Lackaye who has appeared with distinction in so many parts has found his greatest and best opportu nity. Manager Brady has staged the play magnificently and has surround ed Wilton Lackaye with an extraor dinary cast. "The Pit," as Mr. Norris explain ed in his play of the Trilogy, is the fiction narrative of a "deal" in the Chicago wheat pit. It was his design to illustrate the folly of attempting to corner wheat, and to suggest the immorality of it :, incidentally to show that the passion of speculation may become so absorbing as to alie nate the love of a devoted woman. In "The Pit" the wife of Curtis Jadwin, the Napoleon of the Board of Trade, who buys and sells mil lions of bushels of wheat, is not un faithful to him but she isperilously near the brink of infidelity at times. The play revolves around these two characters Jadwin, the self-reliant, robust, strenuous and daring man of business, whose conscience is deaden ed by his passion for gambling on a gigantic scale; and his wife, Laura, an imaginative, impulsive, and ca pricious young woman, whose in stincts are good but who does not know herself, and is unstable and steadfast, constant and is but femi nine in all her moods and fancies. "Critics of Chicago declare that. "The Pit" is the greatest American play since "The Henrietta." The work of the dramatist, Channing Pol lock has been highly praised as pre serving all the salient points in Frank Norris 's great story and pre senting them in such a way as to fully sustain the dramatic illusion. The Edna Young Stock Company will present two splendid plays to Richmond Theatre goers Thursday and Friday nights. " Indiana Folks" will be the attraction on the opening night and "Heart of the Sierras" Friday night. This is the same company that made a favorable impression earlier in the season in "A Little Outcast." The clever children Edna and Robbie Young are still members of the cast and will appear at each performance. The excellence of the play together with the strong company and very low prices insures good business for the New Phillips Thursday and Friday nights. When you want a pleasant purga tive try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and produce no nausea, griping or other disagreeable effect. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.; and W. 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A family by the name of Jordan has lately moved into the John New lin property on West Main. They catne from Connersville. Harry Rothermel and familv mov ed from-the Mary Butler farm to Montpelier last week. Jonathan Gilbert has gone to east St. Louis to spend part of the winter with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rude Ellabarger. John Casey from High Springs, Florida, has been here for some davs visitinsr his old home and many friends. He was brought here when quite a boy as an orphan from New York and raised by Dr. Bell and family and Dublin was his home for quite a while. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Demree atten ded a birthday surprise at West Mil ton, O., last Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Pheifer. Mrs. Dem ree is spending a week or more vis iting among relatives and friends be fore she returns. Misses Ethel and Nellie Larsh en tertained a company of young peo ple on Saturday evening in honor of the Misses Edna and Elizabeth Larsh of Centerville. Alfred II. 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