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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY HORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1904.
1 4 9 "4 Iff FERD A r fifV' 1 DUUtV THAT 15 USEFUL. HELPFUL.CONYENIENTi case. ATTRACTIVE. It promotes o liter ary taste and n i courages the better 66ifi with on or mor 1 elements la tbe family circle. Unite and add to Mas I your book s increa.se. Unit fitted with PERFECTION ROLLER -BtARINQ. DUST-PROOF DOORS. Call &nd them or writej for catalogue. rAti Everything Marked in Plain Figures Ferd Grothaus, 6t416 Main, Richmond LlCVj!" fusil. v i c-jK(fti.. yA What is Looked FOR in high grade laundry work is always fovnd in that done by Richmond Steam Laundry Goods are made absolutely clean, and are beautifully finished. We use the best cleansing agents and as theyare free from destructive action, goods are not worn out. We invite a trial order. It will result in satisfaction. Carpet cleaning a specialty. D. VV. Walters, Prop. 19 Main Street. Phones 151. 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. DR. LaFRAHCO'S D COMPOUND. Safe, speedy regulator 5 25 cent. Druggists or meJL Booklet tree. DR. LuXRANCO. Philadelphia. Pa. Hdfl9 Boys aed G8rls9 Look Heire The Real-Santa X He will arrive here Monday, December 19th, at 4 o'clock AND WILL BE AT OUR STORE ALL WEEK. We are going to make room for him in our big window. We will trim a Christmas Tree every afternoon and evening, 4 o'clock and 7 o'clock. If you want to see how Santa Claus looks and does, now is your chance Remember, every afternoon at 4 o'clock, every evening at 7 o'clock. Any boy or girl who wants to write Santa a letter can leave it in our care. GRO THMUS . The Furniture Store is alvvavs than now, for it is crowded with the Choicest Ideas of the Fur niture World. Sensible, practicable furniture fills a very larre section of the showrooms, but there are as well, novelties, sinjrle pieces that are original in design and finish, odd ideas that are so much wanted for particular niches and corners. JUST A FEW HINTS. Ladies' Desks from ..$4.75 to $30.00 Music Cabinets from... 6.00 to .25.00 Book Cases from . . . Odd Dressers from . Morris Chairs from . Davenports from . . . Library Tables from Parlor Tables from . Now is the best time for the Careful Buyer who looks for taste and quality, coupled with a feature of economy. AMUSEMENTS ' ' Katzenjammer Kids. ' ' Every man of affairs as well as those who, having acquired a compe tence live at their ease, find it pleas ant, invigorating and healthy at times, to enjoy a hearty laugh. It is restful and serves to brush the cob webs of care and trouble from the tired over-worked brain. This is why Blondell & Fennessy had their laugh making farce comedy "The Katzen jammer Kids" written. The wonder ful success which this production has achieved, proves that the enterpris ing managers builded wisely and well The expres purpose of "The Kat zenjammer Kids" is to make people laugh and it certainly accomplishes its object. It is a veritable festival of fun from start to finish and will be the attraction at the Gennett The atre tonight. The company includes such well known artists as Baker & Lynn, the premier delineators of tu venile Comedy, Valley Clark, the pop ular German Comedian, Robinson Sisters, Acrobatic Marvels, Major Criquie, the tiniest comedian be fore the public, Day & Vestal, Novel ty Act, William Baker, monologue comedian, Josie Ralson, Chic Sou brette, Geo. V. Baker, character com edian, and many others equally well known to fame. "A Trip to Chinatown." Iloyt 's "A Trip to Chinatown" will be presented at the New Phillips Theatre tomorrow night. Of all the Headquarters for interestin . 6.50 to 40.00 . 9.50 to 60.00 . 6.00 to 38.00 .28.00 to 50.00 . 7.00 to 37.00 . 1.75 to 28.00 plays that the late Charles Iloyt turned out, none ever appealed more strongly to the masses than his "A Trip to Chinatown." That this com edy is a most popular one is attested by the fact that it has played to lar ger audiences and made more money for its author than an' other of the "A Trip to Chinatown" is full of the ginger, snap and action so neces sary to the play of the Iloyt type. There is of course nothing serious about the play, but it is replete with brilliant repartee and laughable sit uations. There is the usual amount of specialty and vaudeville business and the musical features are bright and catchy. "A Trip to Chinatown" has un doubtedly struck the keynote of the popular taste. In addition to the newest music and the latest songs, successes, a first-class company of comedians is promised. K- -! A Feature. A feature of Lyman II. Howe's Moving Pictures, which will be at the Gennett Theatre on next Wednesday evening is that every picture is vivid with life, and authentic. Every pic ture, too, is accompanied with ad mirable and ingenious sounds in in stant unison with every action of the scee which makes the spectator imag ine he is seeing actual life itself life of world-wide travel and world wide interest in all its light a and shades; a studious blending of the hu morons with the pathetic, the educa tional with the amusing; and all with a ranidity and precisian that cre ates its own demand for regular re a eta Claims is Commie turn visits. If you have never seen moving pic tures that thoroughly pleased you, go and see Mr. Howe's masterful produc tion; if you have seen what 3011 con sidered pleasing, go anyway and see those that are infinitely better per fect and steady, regardless of where or when you saw others; for the Ly man H. Howe moving pictures are to day, as ever, the only edition deluxe of moving pictures in America. CIGAR DEALER Says Men Are Swearing Off Smok ing. A local cigar dealer had the follow ing tale of woe to deliver yesterday: "When the cold winds begin blow ing, then our business falls off. In the summer time our best trade is on. Men who usually smoke have a cigar in their mouths while walking down the street. As soon as snow falls and the air is filled with frost they leave off smoking on the streets. This in a measure temporizes the habit with them and they do not: do so much smoking when they are at home. "This year we have had good. pleasant weather until a few days ago. For the past month or six weeks the cigar trade has been fall ing off. There are not as many pipes or cigarettes sold and I am unable to account fur the big decline in the business. It may be that many young men have retrenched on their cigar money that they might save it for Christmas. If such is the case , it is the first time in my memory that, j such retrenchment took place prior j to New Year's day. A that time the; cigar business always falls off for at least one month. Thousands of men at that time "swear toff" with good intentions of not smoking any more. This lasts about a month or six weeks and we can easily see the way the resolutions are broken by the steady advance in the sale of our goods. ' ' Head About to Burst From Severe Bilious Attack. v "I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about 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. No sickly women or weak men will ever regret taking Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It's brought happi ness to thousands. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. When you're broke the girls are shy They turn and fly as you come nigh.. Brace up old man, show some pluck Take Rocky Mountain Tea; t'will change your luck. A. G. Luken & Co. Bears the h6 Ind YoU Have A!w3VS 0U : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. . 4. Thur. & FriM Dec. 22-23 BIG EAGLE'S MINSTRELS Presented by Wayue Aerie 036F.O.E. A Mlrtli and Melody 8 BIG OLIO FEATURES S lO-FUNNY COMEDIANS 10 50 CHORUS OF 50 TRAINED VOICES Augmented Orchestra Beautiful and Patriotic First Part, with "My Own United Statea" finale This production will be staged by the National Promoting Co., Edward II. Flck, manager. ADMISSION 50 CENTS Tickets now on sale, no extra charge for reserved seats. Plat at We8tcott Pharmacy. mm Phillips! t UJ THEATRE J O. G. Murray, Letsee and Mgr Wednesday, Dec. 21 4 HOYT'S Greatest Comedy 'Rvervthlnff new thi9 season. Latest Songs! Pretty Clrlsl Catchy Music! Clever Comedians! New Vaudeville Features! Metropolitan Castl Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50c Beats on sale at Nlxons Iredell & Ferguson FOR Fir I nci i ra nrp No. 4 North Ninth St. Richmond. NOTARY PUBLIC Iredell & Ferpson I A Trip to I I Bhinsloun; GENNETT.. : Ira Swisher Manager THEATRE: Wednesday, Dec. 21 20th Semi-Annual Tour The often imitated but never equalled LYMAN H. HOWE STILL PRESENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST EXHIBITION OF ; MOVING PICTURES : See the Great Life Boat Series 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 Prices 50c, 35c, 25c Sale of seats at W'estoott Pharmacy HOME PHONE 231. GENNETT... ...THEATRE Ira Swisher Mgr. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20. BLONDELL & FENNESSY'S Hurricane of Fun and Frblic KATZENJAMMER KIDS DON'T MfsS THEM. i Secure Seats Early. vj "IT IS TO LAUGH." All Star Cast. Baker & Lynn, Premier Delineators of Juvenile Comedy. Wally Clark, the popular German Comedian. Wm. Baker, Monologue Comedian. The Rohinson Sisters, Acrobatic Dan cing Marvels. Miss Josie Ralston, Chic Soubrette. Major Alcriqui, the Smallest come dian on the Stage. Geo. V. Baker, the great Acrobatic and Character Comedian. Day & Vestal, Sketch Artists, and many others. Prices 25, 35, 50 cents. Sale of seats at the Westcott Phar macy. :: Reopened t The Schneider ? Carriage I- Factory Has re-opened at 47 N. Stb Stv r Repairing, painting and rubber! tiring a specialty. r New work made to order. H..H-H..1..: t.,t ! 1M..H-W JONBB EARDWARB CO,