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van- I XrSy . - ' . I i HkI^? - Seats n J C D OPERA HOUS i r*'s?' :1''' jjjplf." i'-' '11 '' I ^ Ia omul iwr liid oig raraae I^DV-L. . ; |^:yp?nlel Boone on the Trail." p/Ttie attraction at the Grand Opera Jouse noit-Tuesday will be the Breat oratorical drama entitled "pa'nlel SjjoijS ori the Trail." The company tomes Wjlth the heat of recomnienda- | received many flattering . ireiss notices from surrounding clt- , M;; irie, feature of the play Is when q Joone'a'daughter Is thrown into a # jage of savage wolves by Indiana- and y Jarilel Boone's fight with them, when 5 ^rescues her. The beasts were imgirted from Siberia especially for this m carries a den of bears, be- (: jdes;rea) Indians, all of which will jjjj "' The Social Ei ridge and Meaken Pr< Alberts In the Great' Judith .of * Prr A lffA?*An rTt *1 Jf rugtl VU i?3D ^ ipporting Company kj^bt Scenic EcIuiPr iiiiSeftt t Accurat i on Ttt?3^8y >* ?rni Gam*., 4rbanCa,^#x7l'riiQ *0 i *1 GRAND Opera^Housi Thursday, Sept, 26th. ELDREDGE and MfiAKl anuounce the distinguished c tiste ALBERTA GALL-Afl In the Greatest Western Play" ?, , . tlie Age, "JUDITH OF THE PLAINS/' I3y Algernon Tassin and Mary F. Stone. .Massive Soenic Production. Splendid Company of Players, Seats on Sale Tuesday a. m. ; : PJilORS?*1 SO *1 ??J ,.tv-7. T ?J - V| vwv uuu 1 2oc. Carriages, 10:45 p. m. Interurbau cms will run to Shinns- , ton after performance. > ~~ . i pLEGTRin ; L THEATRE U j TO-PAY j A Case of AtsoS I II A Bad-Omen- |* "" 1 ' ' 01 Illustrated Song tt You're the Brighest Star " of all My Dreams. Jt By Charles Inflram. w Admission 5c % ', ha ucky, v^ere he had Many adventures. ha venty people will Present this play (n ad besides there will be several clev- tel audevlue numbers. Pries 25, 35 and tt)( Oc' .1 Is I " Jai Records, Records, Records. am Gold moulded Cylinder Records, lGc tro rch. Ii.po Per dozen. Regular, 25c: 1.00 dozen. cel TYLER-DAVIS & CO. shl ; 230 Main Street, 2d Floor. am " " : . at i Book cover given tree to each pur- her laser 0f school books. Globe Book pre ore. tf eral IICES OK itogies . . i gies . . . ; les .. -< Jtogies . . i t ' . *... TA Ti n A T T | kj r l n mmm 1 Thursday, Sej rent of the Season escnt Artfcrica's Greal i Gallatin Western Romance the Plaii in and Maty F. Stone, of 25 Well Known Player) nent?Beautiful Light I e Properties. ng. Prices $1 50, $1, 75, 5 at 10.45 lhh;.ns1on after the Perfi < + 4* ? *fr 4* + + *i* ? d*+*fr4* "i * a * "JUDITH OFf y .g. Story of Jim Rodney, a cow boy, ,has sucir" ceeded through toll and labor In gathering together a large number of jf sheep as his 'own individual property, grazing ills cattle upon the hills to " which he deems himself by reason of possession justly eutltled. Rich men, i owners of adjacent ranches, having ' urchased these grazing lands, en'' avored to prevent any cattle save J lr own from grazing thereon. The , ' on of the rancher is resented natv >iy Jim, and his refusal to cat ltruJi pastures new causes them to stringent methods of dlspos jjr . the result of which Is thai !?''' ney.ls disposed and loses his Jlni Itad. . ,ck 0t sheep. This so en that he commits murdei ages htm -cerated In jatl. and at th< ,'a l|f8a' opening of the play Is me of tfie inai jays 0f his iniprls selling tlrr? I cktor Judith Undnnv. r irimeiit'. H(? the plains, beautifn ypical girl 01 m, believes impllcltlj n fuice" arid' fot . nnoeence and shield' n her brother's l from all those wh' im from censure \ Jim Rodney an< ssall his chara'tftei have Indian blooi Is sister, . ielleve that it 1 1 Ihelr veins aiiif I they are contin ir this reason' that others, Ther ally harrassed By \ New Yorke omes to this re'glb'it t ' gentle birtl amed Jack Hamiitoril o. ' this world' ood education and rich' It ome a bus doiIs. fie Is about'to Bsc ire, ownf ess partner of Mr. Writ'm. (1 one c ! a large cattle ranch, an ' bis sit lose whom Jim Rodney" ana for a r Judith beileve responsible n hit ie. disaster which has liefalU i lbv iclt Hamilton and Judith fall' it is 1 Itli one another and she litflleYi ha ra and his honor Impliclty,' attd tl otnlsed to; become his wife riottti I lading the fact that she' Is' tfbat lied a one-fourth In5lan'. At the opening of the story word. Q llPQn pPOofvo/1 Hint Tl?i" T>l'.ai . ..I _ ?.. -?>uri, .1 i.i. xvuuney s been' released from prison an J'he, ' revenge for all that he has sufed, Is about to cause trouble with' 1 )se he deems his enemies. Judith of;m told of her brother's release, and Inwi :k Hamilton promises her his aid lng." 1 assistance to protect Jim from ney"i uble should any arise, and she "tic-' lng o its his aid and believes in his friend- finds P. The "meeting between Brother dith i I sister' Is a pathetic pne and comes that 1 t time when she Is In company with ney's lover whom Jim accuses _ In her him. sence of being allied with his eh- dlth tl es. Hamll I STOGIE 25c 6 Orange Flo 25c 7 La Desirabl 25c 7 Creirio 5c C 25c 8 Patrick Hei 25 Polonia l( PUSE at. 26 aK\ IS _ 0 and 25c ctfriidnee. nr-HMiin n 4* THE PLAINS'* *.U? DU,r .J, J I.IIC * Jack refutes the charge and claims that by reason of the fact that he is about to become his sister's husband he should be called a friend and not an enemy. Jim refused to grant his permlsslou to bis sister to marry Jalc and forces her to make a decision between Jack and himself, and Judith "regretfully consents to give up Jack and stand by her brother, and they part, Hamilton vowing eternal love for her and friendliness for her brother. In the third i act Rodney, in the seclusion of his lonely cabin in the mountains with : his wife and children and sister JuI dlth, Is surprised by a hand of lynch ers at his door. Admission is refused by his wife who says that he is not i there; but the men feeling sure of i the prey break In the door and de mand surrender. Jim lias secreted lilmi. self in the meantime In an adjoining 1 room at the dcor of whlh Judith hasj i stationed herself as a sentinel.' The 5 raiders demand a search of the house ) and are about to explore the premises, 1 when Judith suddenly conceives a plan i of escape for her brother which she s proceeds to carry Into effect. One i- man In the party Is permitted to fole low Judith into the room where, when r the door is losed, he Is set upon by i, Judith and her brother and gagged and s bound. Taking from him his lothe?, i- Jim disguises himself and escapes aftr of hnvtno> sf.nmnorlo/1 fhfi hf>rSG9 if the raiders. When Judith re-enters i- the room with a brace of pistols she II holds the others at bay, and states n the fact that her brother has escaped, e The man who entered the room with n Judith Is brought out and unbound; ,s his mask falls from his fae and Jul dlth discovers him to be none other s than her lover, Jack. Judith renounces her love for him and calls him a traitor, believing that It was he who betrayed her brother's hiding place, "his scene proves a fitting climax for e third act. 'he fourth act opens upon a scene erriment at the home of the Oax's ilch the neighbors are partlclpatTack Hamilton and Judith Rod? among the guests. In look#n some old letters which she g carelessly on a table, JuljUt vers ?ne from Jack stating llsco led the raiders of Jim Rod16 }0|t to protect and befriend discovery convinces JuTjjj 'as wrong in considering iifsBk* enemy to her brother, ton as'an f;*nb ; igars wer'5&C ].e .fttSg&i. 4 'igars- J .s ' |fg|g|^r: Miss Alberta Gallatin ii At the Grand Th | | BIG LEAG \ *Manager Jone took 17 White Sox players ou the trip and expects Isbell to join the team In Detroit. Qulllii?, Fiene and Owen were left at home. George Upp, the pitcher purchased by Cincinnati, was struck under the left" arm by a pitched ball while batting and the blow fractured one of his ribs. I RIgler had his troubles at St. Louis i Monday. First he had to chase "Bugs" [Raymond off the field, then he was Ihnxvipd nut hr "MfiCloskev and finally he was almost put out of coir mission by a foul tip. The records show that Rochester, N. Y., has furnished more than half the good umpires to the larger league clubs, and, on the other hand, has furnished to the.g'ame fewer players than any city Us size In the United States. Frlel and Hulswltt, of the Columbus 'American Association flag winners did not miss a game this season, and Wrlgley was only one a few day, when his hand was split. The champions played out their full schedule of 151 games, too. The Brooklyn club has 34 players from whloh to pick Its team for next season. There are 15 pitchers, four catchers, nine lnflelders and --six outfielders. Joe Corbett, brother of.the one-time champion pugilist, Is stilt under reservation to Brooklyn. Comlskey does not think that the sale of pop bottles will be prohibted' at the American league ball parks as a result of the accident to Umpire' Evans. He said he did not think the boy who threw the bottle had any Idea of what he was going to hit when he threw It una luw uiu nauie vl iuvc la iauuw j back Into life by the discovery. A reconcllation takes place and all ends happily for those concerned. Miss Alberta Gallatin will be seen here In "Judith of the Plains," on Thursday, September 26, at the Grand Opera House. * CIGARS 25c 50 El . 25c 50 Cc . 25c 50 La 25c 25 Ca (2.00 n w?.,. X i "Judith of the Waiins** ursday, Sept. 26* UE DOPE TJ ! The record of Bill. Clymer, of Ce?umbus, as a manager can't be beaten by any- other man lni the country. fSt has managed baseball teams for s?s. years, tn these six years he has fltkr | Ished second' thre^ time and the otlnec three years landed the pnnnant [ Emll Klnst, of Macomb. Ill, Invent* or of the curved Uatf brought out one' of the stlclc for the Cub?. The Invea- ; tor claims the' call can be batted In ' any desired direction ay swatting it with the curved or convex side, Sev: eral of the Cabs tried the bat- 1? practice,. t : , V ' J Which ever team wins the America** i( league pennant must reckon with Overall. He' was out Sunday morali* practicing for the world's "series. The Chicago groundkeeper says Overall: is the first athlete he has seen at Sunday morning rehearsals In eleven" years. President Harry PulIIam, of the National league, has decided to take another European trip this coming winter. He vrtll leave Immediately after the annual league meeting in Decernbr and win remain abroad until February. spending most of the time la Italy. In consoling themselves for the probable fall down of the White Sox, Chicago fans say that If the Athletics do beat them out. they are not the best team in the league, as Chicago never wnnM ,hova hflpn nvftphflilld this anm mr If Injuries had not entirely wreoked the line-up. According to Harry Vaughn, manager of ' the Birmingham Southern league team, First Baseman Lister; whom Cleveland drafted from the Atlanta team, Is the find of the year. "He Is the greatest lnflelder I have seen since the debut of Lajol In the big league," says Vaughn. , ^ Records, Records, Records * Gold moulded Cylinder Records, 16c each, $1.90 per dozen. Regular, 25c, $6.00 dozen. TTLBR-tfAVIS & CO, St 230 Main Street. 2d Floor. ?????? Fresh Oysters at Robb's. ======^=== . J FOR SATUR Captain 5c Cigars ; m. Nelsc^^ =CHUMPS WHITEl WASHED AGAl STOGIES PUT THE WCGGLE 0U<S ON REOPVS BUNCH A SEC- J were again fewer chaucea to scorai^ara^^^^H 1 piled up Ave runt :; ^ivmSt. r have' been gl'ven *hilr sin ' nonldliB desired. BcSmI i??mvnvT> Hitl BVOLilS 11' 1 0 i'" " Crlffln, c I 1 ed runs?Wheel I r .; o^M errors?Wheel;;.;. 1. Hit l.y . , Evans,; Venable. Spangler, 2. Ttm*4 i 1'3% ,: ~ v^ 1 Bostoa To-djy s G^roea. Brooklyn at Ptttstrarg. Boston at Chicago. I PhUai m H .1 *gStj *iv $_ &&''" Won. Lost, il Detroit Chicago 58 ; New York - ' Joston N> Yesterday's Games. Chi" Chl,cagh^^mH^^^H Detroit. 1; New York. piffl Chicago at W Jhlngton. H s&LtjmTh School Watson Hotel building.