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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBE R 18, 1904.
WAVE SUPPLY CO. 424 MAIN For high grade WINES, LIQUORS and CORDIALS All goods are guaranteed. If not satisfactory, money will be refunded. Goods delivered to any part of this city by Merchants' Delivery. Phone 242 S0 0O Fine Imported Trained Singing Canaries, Talking Parrots, Goldfish and supplies. For a short tim3 only at 627 Main Street gwmmd mm, you j Our annual clearance sale is now on, and we are selling goods at prices that will bring the crowds to our store. iL few prices from our big bill & This announcement means just what it says. Our greatest bargains are ladies', misses7 and chil dren's jackets, coats and cloaks. The entire line will be sold for junt half our formr - low prices. This means you save 5v T0 cent. In Underwear we offer Men's Heavy Fleece. 25c & 50c Melba Union Suits For Ladies 95c Children's Union Suits 3 to 14 gr eat value at 23c Ladies' Real Kid Gloves, $1.50 and $2.00 kind for $1.00 Beautiful Line of Gift Umbrellas from $1,00 to $5.00 Ask to See Our 14c Waiating and Su iUngs Our 20c Novelty Suitings Our Tibetians in colors at 39c wor th 75c, or our $1 Cheviot at 74c. DRY GOODS OF ALL KINDS AT CLOSING SALE PRICES: Our Doll Department is the present h ome of hundreds of beavitiful dolls, dressed and undressed. Price 5c to $3.75. With every purchase we give a "guess" and you stand a chance t. o win the beautiful dressed doll see west window Here's hoping some deserving little girl will get it, the same as last year. Toys! Toys!! Toys!!! From Jumping Jacks to Amateur Patrol Wagons. If you contemplate the purchase of a set of dishes or anything in the way of China Ware or Art Pottery, inspect our line and prices wonderful Bargains For You. GROCERIES Everything .in .this line line has been marked down to the last notch, You ;can save the price of a fine Christmas present upon one week's gains at our store. 1 ; jll Gome as Soon as Possible and Secure Some Wonderful Bargains. The Model Department S'ore i 41 1-4 15? Main St. Both Phones mf -tt 1. I L : m iir ' What is Looked FOR: In high grade laundry work is always found in that done by Richmond Steam Laundry Goods are made absolutely dean, and are beautifully finished. We use the best cleansing agents and as they are free from destructive action, goods are not worn out. We invite a trial order. It will result in satisfaction. Carpet cleaning a specialty. D. W. Walters, Prop. 19 Main Street. Phones 151. There's a new Perfume in town. Bring your handker chief and we'll give a whiff of CRESCEUS PERFUME. Jf you like it and want to buy, 50o per ounce. If you don't care for it, do not feel tbat you must buy. You are wel- comhere always. Vo want you to know this per fume, anyway. We think you will like it very much. Court House Pharmacy STR Table Corn Meal Custom Grinding a specialty Rnnge's Pancake Flour J. RUNGE & CO.: Phone 50 16 S. 7th St. HUGH L. SPINK, Attorney at Law and Justice of the Peace. Prompt, personal attention to all business. Office over. 504 Main St., Richmond, Ind. Office open Satur day evenings. AND SUPPERS Visit the NEW CEDAR SPRINGS HOTEL on the line of the Dayton & Western The home of health giving NAVAHOE WATER. An ideal place for a winter evening's entertainment. Music for Cances supplied free for parties of 30 or more. Write E.'fH. MORRILL, JR., G. P. A., 11 No. JefFersont. Dayton, O., for party rates. stohia. Bears the Signature of 1 The Kind Yea Hare Always Bought OTTER 1 AMUSEMENTS Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown." The late Charles Iloyt was not the only recognized playwright of his day, but the most successful. In his fifteenth year's career as an author he produced twelve comedies and nev er had a failure. A emarkable record when one comes to think of it. It is doubtful if any other theatrical at tractions have as strong a hold upon the theatre-goers as the comedies of the late Charles Iloyt. It may be because Mr. Iloyt was an American himself and knew just what the American public wanted, in the way of amusement. When a Iloyt comedy is announced for presentation it usually brings forth a crowded house for the public have learned from past experience that they will be offered something entertaining. "A Trip to Chinatown" claimed by many to be Iloyt 's best effort wiil be presented by a capable company of comedians at the New Phillips Theatre on Wednesday, Dec. 21. "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Elaborate and scenic and mechani cal effects are employed to properly present "Thou Shalt Not Kill" which is booked for an early appear ance at the New Phillips ojera house It is a new play and one of the hig hest hits on the road. The company presenting it is thoroughly capable and includes the sterling actor, Mr. Walter H. Newman, a former resi dent of this city. Plight specialties add to the enjoyment of this great play. New Phillips Theatre Dec. 26. -fc Eagle's Minstrels. The Eagle's Minstrels will go through a full dress rehearsal this af ternoon at the Gennett Theatre. All members of the cast and orchestra will be on hand promptly at 2:15. Last call at 2:20. Every number of the truly fine program will be tested today and if need be strengthened. Tickets are selling rapidly and every Eagle is expected to have tickets and money ready lor settlement on date of Dec. 22. liunge's full orchestra will be augmented and some out of town comedians will assist the local Eagles in making merrv. The show will be a big one in every particular and the Gennett will be crowded Thursday and Friday evenings Coming Dramatic Event of Season. The edict has gone forth; the die is cast and we are to have the "Katzenjammer Kids," which has earned the title of the greatest of all laughing shows. This celebrated, humoi'ous creation has been booked at t he Gennett theater on Tuesday, December 20, and it is considered a safe wager that the house will be filled to completion on the occasion of the visit of Messrs. Blondell & Fen nessy's superb farce comedy to our city. It is claimed for the "Kids," agrjrrepra'tinjr that the cast this season is stronger and the production is given a better presentation than ever before in its long- and exceptionally successful career. Almost everybody that is anybody has witnessed the performance and screamed with laughter at the mischevious capers of the "Ka'tzenjammers," who first became famous through the medium of the cartoons in the comic supple ments of the Sunday papers. When, through the enterprise of Managers were transplanted to the stage and given an opportunity to exhibit thern selves, the public was quick to an predate the good thing offered, and responded by a most liberal patron age, which has continued without cessation fro mthe first performance up to the present lime. "The Katz enjammer Kids" is a farce comedy, pure and simple, and deals exclusive- lv in unadulterated fun. It is in three acts and there is not a dull second during the two hours and a halt required to present it. It was never charged with having a plot, but answers "sruiltv" to the claim that it was gotten up for fun of the cyclonic sort, which reaches out and gets everybody of a humorous char acter in sight. If you want to laugh away your care and trouble, visit "The Katzen jammer Kids "show and the thing is done. Read over the date of their coming and den'f for get it. The company includes such well known artists as Raker and Lynn, the premier delineators of ju venile comedy: the popular German comedian, Robinson sisters, acrobatic marvels; Major Chiquie, the tiniest comedian before the public; Dav and Vestal, novelty act; William Baker. monologue comedian; Josie liaison. enic souureite: ueorare . aKer. character comedian, and manv others equally known to fame. 500,000 Patrons Annually There is just as much character in , moving pictures as in good person ality. You can not hide it. Its ev- MEW PHILLIPS: X UJ THEATRE O. G. Murray, Leasee and Mgr 4, , . Wednesday Dec. 21 t HOYT'S Greatest Comedy I A Trip to ! I Chinatown i Everything new this season. Latest Songs! Pretty Girls! Catchy Music! Clever Comedians! New Vaudeville Features! Metropolitan Castl Prices 15, 25, 35 and 5Cc Beats on sale at Nixons idenee of sterling worth sticks out in every program otTex-ed by Lyman H. Howe, who will present his entirely new collection of scenes at the Gen nett theater on next Wednesday ev ening. Mr. Howe, acting on the conviction that indifferently project ed pictures with not set purpose are held in low esteem by the public, can always be relied upon to present pictures that are forceful, purpose ful and at the highest tension of per fection, and still Mr. Howe's pictures retain that indefinable charm and a ''something" that pervades ihe en tire program, and holds his spectators spellbound from beginning to end. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercuhy. Hall's Family Pills are the best, as mercury "will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing it through the mucuous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Care be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in To- iedo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Testimonials free. Co. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. No other remedy on earth is so good for children as Hollister's Roc ky Mountain Tea, makes them eat, sleep and grow. Bright eyes, rosy cheeks, 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Notice Life insurance companies will reduce the fate 33 per cent, to all who agree to use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. A wise meas ure. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Bright eyes are an infallible index to youth, windows from which Cupid shoots his arrows. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes bright eyes, ro sy cheeks. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Sufferers from sciatica should not hesitate to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The prompt relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by A. G. Lu ken & Co. NU-TRI-OLA Not the elixir of life, but the in vincible conqueror of disease. For gale by A G. Luken & Co. NU-TRI-OLA The New Blood and Nerve Food is a Blood Maker, Tssue Former, a Xerve Builder. Took expert chemists ten years and cost $50,000 to perfect it. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. NU-TRI-OLA "Makes You New All Over." For sale bv A. G. Luken & Co. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the way place, remote from civilization, a family is often driven in dpsnerntinn in case of accident) resulting in Burns, Cuts, Wounds Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply f ti-i ; ci Ttc best on earth. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. NU-TRI-OLA "Makes You New All Over." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. Thursday, Dec. 22 BIG EAGLE'S MINSTRELS Presented by Wayne Aerie 6G6F.O.E. Mirtli and Melody 8 BIG OLIO FEATURES 8 lO FUNNY COMEDIANS 10 SO CHORUS OF 50 TRAINED VOICES Augmented Orchestra Beautiful and Patriotic First Part with "My Own United states" finale. This production will be staged by the National Promoting Co., Edward . II. Kick, manager. ADMISSION 50 CENTS Tickets now on sale, no extra charge for reserved seats. Plat at Westcott Pharmacy. w : GENNETT . . : Ira Swisher Manager THEATRE : Wednesday, Dec. 21 20th Srini-Anniidri Tour The often imitated but never equalled LYMAN II. HOWE STILL. PRESENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST EXHIBITION OF MOVING PICTURES : See the Great Life Boat Seriei See the Russo-Japanese War Scenes See the St. Louis Exposition See the Thrilling Fire Scenes See the Trip Through Italy And 30 other Great Scenes if 2J5C Prices 50c, 35c, Sale of seats at Westcott Pharmacy HOME PHONE 234. GENNETT... ...THEATRE Ira Swisher Mgr. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. BLONDELL & FENNESSY'S Hurricane of Fun and Frolic. KATZENJAMMER KIDS DON'T MISS THEM. Secure Seats Early. "IT IS TO LAUGH." All Star Cast. Baker & Lynn, Premier Delineators of Juvenile Comedy. Wallv Clark, the popular German Comedian. Wm. Baker. Monologue Comedian The Robinson Sisters, Acrobatic Dan- cing Marvels. Miss Josie Ralston, Chic Soubretle. Major Alcriqui, the Smallest come dian on the Stage. Geo. V. Baker, the srreat Acrobatic and Character Comedian. Dav & Vestal. Sketch Artists, and many others. Prices 25. 35, 50 cents. 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