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BIOHIXOKD DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1904.
PAGE 2LUVO -a. It BKb5ot!B Miss Hapgood tells how she was cured of Fallopian and Ovarian Inflammation and escaped an awful operation by using t JJraia u. Jrinkham s "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I suffered for four years with what the doctors called Salpingitis (inflammation of the fallopian tubes) and ova ritis, which are most distressing and painful ailments, affecting all the surrounding parts, underniining the constitution, and sapping the life forces. If you had seen me a year ago, before I began taking Lydia E. rinkham s Vegetable Compound, and had noticed the sunken eyes, sallow complexion, and general emaciated condition, and compared that person with me as I am today, robust, hearty and well, you would not , wonder that I feel thankful to you and your wonderful medicine, which restored me to new life and health in five months, and saved me ftom an awful operation." Miss Ibenk Hapgood, 1022 Sandwich St. Windsor. 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One of the big hits of the frolic is a waltz done by Mrs. Yokes with Charles Howard, the new Hebrew comedian of the company. At the Gennett Theatre, Tuesday evening, Dec. 13th. "Our New Man." A rare treat is promised our thea tre goers in thd near future, the much heralded Harry Beresford hav ing been secured to appear in his latest success, "Our New Man." This is the young actor who in the past three years has sprung into the front, ranks of our country's lead ing comedians. Many of the fore most dramatic critics have spoken of Mr. Beresford 's methods as being equally as distinctive and fully as en joyable as Nat Goodwin, Sol Smith Russell and Joseph Jefferson. Every where he has been greeted with such laudatory press notices as to well nigh astonish those interested in af fairs theatrical. The actor seems to have fairly hypnotized the critics ev erywhere, and if he has but fifty per cent of the ability credited to him Beresford is destined for a warm welcome. "We need young men to take the place of such idols as Ro land Reed, John T. Raymond, Wil liam J. Florence, Sol Smith Russell, etc. Although many are called few are chosen. "Our New Man" will be seen at the Gennett Theatre on "Hoity Toity." There are more hearty laughs, more chuckles and still more smiles; a sense of pleased appreciation of the picturesque scenery, fabulous glory of the costumes, tuneful and whisteleable music, ranging from sweet sentimentality to topicaland tuneful nonsense, in witnessing a per formance of Weber & Fields greatest success " Hoity Toity," than in all other muscial comedeies combined; and if you are looking for something out of the ordinary, it's up to you to fall in line for the performance at the Gennett Theatre Friday even ing, Dec. 16th. "My Friend From Arkansas." No drama has a securer hold on the public approval than "My Friend from Arkansaw, Robert Sherman's well written and well constructed southern play. It has the power of holding the attention of the audience from the beginning to the end and does it without the aid of any tricks or outside effects. The power of the naturally told sory is sufficient to attract the listner at the beginning and keep him on edge of keenest interest all through the dra ma. This is the stuff that good plays are made of and the kind of amuse ment the public wants. This quaint Arkansaw tale is so full of fun and humor that its most serious moments not free from the real touch of Ar kansaw character. The 'above play will be seen at the New Phillips The atre next Saturday matinee and niarht. "Queen of the White Slaves." "Queen of the White Slaves," A. II. Woods' stupendous production of a new and sensational melodrama by Arthur J. Lamb, will be the attrac tion at the Gennett Theatre next Saturday matinee and night. This at traction from all accounts, is the most pretentious and ambitious melo dramatic production ever attempted. The plot is based on an attempt of the Highbinders to abduct a beauti ful white girl, and sell her to a Chi nese Mandarin.' The plan is all but accomplished .when the girl is rescued by friends from a horrible fate, through the instrumentality of a brave detective, who 'himself well nigh meets death by being marooned on a raft in the middle of the Paci fic ocean. The four acts and sixteen scenes in the melodramatic company of 27 people will interpret the vari ous parts. Head About to Burst From Severe Bilious Attack. "I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was abont to burst when I got hold of a freesample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling hap py ever since,' ' says Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff, Texas. For bilious ness, stomach troubles and constipa tion these Tablets have no equal. Price 25 cents. For sale by A. G. Lu ken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. usires r.iEf OF CAPITAL CITY ARRIVED YESTERDAY ON THE LONG DISTANCE TRAC TION TRIP TO INSPECT OHIO LINES Party Will Travel 644 Miles and Make Trip in Thirty Three Hours. A party composed of the city offi cials of Indianapolis, including May or Holtzman, Commercial Club, elec trical engineers and representatives of the eight traction lines that enter the Hoosier Capital, passed through Richmond about 10 :30 yesterday morning on what is said to be the longest continuous trip ever attempt ed by an electric car. They will in spect Ohio traction lines. The car the party traveled in was a Dayton and Troy interurban. After a brief stay in this city they left over the Dayton & Western for Day ton where they arrived about 12:30 and last evening the Indianapolis visitors were the guests at a ban quet given at the Dayton Club by the following traction companies: The D. C. & P.; the D. S. & U.; the C. D. & T.; the D. & T.; the Western Ohio and the Dayton & Western. During the trip banquets and lun cheons will be tendered the party at various points by the traction com panies over whose lines they will travel. The entire distance covered will be 644 miles in thirty and three quarter hours, making an average time of twenty-one miles per hour. From Dayton the itinerary of the party will be as follows: Dayton to Springfield over the D. S. & U; Springfield to Columbus over the C. L. & S.; Columbus to Newark over the C. L. & N.; New ark to Zanesville over the C. N. & Z. The party will reach Zanesville at p. m., and one hour will be spent for supper. . They will return to Colum bus and spend the night. The party will leave for Dayton at 7:30 a. m. They will then leave for Piqua over the D & T. ; Piqua to Lima over the W. O. T. Co. The return trip will be then made to Dayton at 5:45 in the afternoon, and the stop will ho made for the night in Dayton. At 7:30 Wednesday morning the trip to Cincinnati will be taken and the return trip to Indianapolis will be begun at 7 p. m., arriving at home at 9:30. STATE JRANGE Will Hold Annual Meeting This Week at Marion. Marion, Ind., Dec. 12. At a spec ial meeting of the Grange many of the final details for the state meetine: here of the Grange were made, and the Grant county organization is now in shape for th gathering of the forty Grange of the state this week. A letter received vesterday by Joshua Strange from L. S. Fitch of Oakwood, chairman of the state ex ecutive committee of the society said that there will be 300 to 400 mem bers present. This does not include the number that will attend from this eountv from which a large dele gation is expected, especially at the open meeting. The guests beran to arrive today. Headquarters will be at the Spencer hotel. Tuesday at 11:30 the master of the state grange, Aaron Jones of South Bend, will make an address in the I. O. O. F. festival hall. The ing will be open. Another open meetinsr will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the library hall. Aaron Jones and Milton Cus ter, the latter from Connersville, will be among the. speakers at this meet ing. It will close at noon. In the af ternoon of the same day aprivate meeting will be held at which the five degrees of the work will be pre sented by five visiting teams. South Bend and Goshen will be represented The sixth degree will be given at night by the state grange. NU-TRI-OLA "Makes You New All Over." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. NU-TP-OLA "Makes You New All Over." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Do You Suffer From Rheumatism? A way to be rid of it so t&at It won't come back Would you like to place yourself in the hands of a corp of specialists who devote their entire time to the cure of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neu ralgia? In connection with Athlopho ros we have established a medical de partment that will take hold of your case, in the master way that only ex perts can. 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