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TIIE KICII3IOXD PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGUAM, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. 1908. PAGE ELEVEN. ONE CENT PER WORD Each Insertion CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT. 7 DAYS FOR THE PRICE OF 5 THE MARKET PLACE OF EASTERN INDIANA The Simplest and Cheapest Way to Get What Yon Want Advertisemmerats Must Be in This Office Before 12 Noon. Situations Wanted- Will Be Advertised Free. .1? WANTED. WANTED Competent white girl for house work, In family of two. 100 N. 1.5th. Best of wages. l-7t .WANT ED A -aliw-" "cases. - Cheap.- A d -dress Charley Luahl, Route 5. l-2t WANTED Situation by a good girl in a good family. Address "Z." care Palladium. l-3t WANT 40D To care forTnvalidor ei derly person In my home, 109 S. 11th Reference. - l2t WANTED two unfurnished roomsor small flat', 227 S; 8th St. Phone 1470., Reference. 30-2t WANTED Kvery one wanting a house or farm or any. kind of Insur ance to see J. S. Fitzgibbons, 9th and Main streets'. 30-1 1 WNTETSAny kindTTwork to doTTy boy aged 16 years. Would like work In a grocery. Address S. G., care Palladium. . , 30-2t WANTED Men to Eearn barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, July 1. Amalgamated Copper American Smelting . . American Sugar. . .. Atchison B. & O IB. R T. C. M. & St. P New York Central.. Northern Pac. . . Pennsylvania Reading t Southern Pacific . . . Union Pacific U. S. Steel "371,4 U. S. Steel pfd 102 i Great Northern 131 Southern Pacific 1 per cent dividend. Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By Corrtll and Thompson. Brokers, Eaton. O.) Chicago, July 1. i Wheat. Open. High. July 84i i Low. 84i 85 87 Low. 507s Low. 4t! r.st 40 Close. 85:!4 87 88 Close. 7M t Close. 4714 :'.! 4o--'4 Close. $14.;o 14.S7 Clos?. $0.15 9.25 Close. $8.27 8.45 Sept Dec . m H7-j .87, W,4 Corn. Open. Hign. . M i!7k . TifKU 71 . . 0) til Oats. Opeu. High. ,. 4Vs 47i i . y.V 40 . 4t 4"i PorK. July Sept Dec July Sept Dec Open. .$14.55 . 14.85 Open. . $0.12 . 0.27 High. Low. $14.55 14.82 Low. $0.12 0.25 Low. 8.45 July Sept $14.ti2 14.02 Lard. High. SO. 13 0.27 Ribs. High. S.47 July Sept Open. $8.27 8.42 July Sept U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago, July 1. Hogs, receipts, 32,000, oc lower. Left over 4,000. Cattle 18,000, 10c lower. Sheep 16,000, weak. Hogs Close. Light $593(ff$6.50 Mixed 5.95 6.60 Heavy 5.95 6.60 Rough o.$b 6.25 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, July 1. Wheat, 85. Corn, 72. Oats, 52. Rye, 80. Timothy, $10.50. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies $6.40$6.60 Good to choice 6.25 6.45 BEEF STEERS. Good to choice steers $6.50((i $7.25 Medium to good steers ... 6.25(a) 7.0 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.25 & 5.75 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers.. 4.75JS 5.50 Good to choice heifers 4.35 4.65 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice ".(Hv;?; 0.50 Fair to good 2.00 6.00 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h vy fleshy feeders 4.75 Fair to good feeders 4.50(5? 5.00 4.75 4.25 4.65 Good to choice stockers . . ".00 J Common to fair heifers . . 4.005J SHEEP. Best yearlings 4.50:0 5.00 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $5.30??$5.40 Good to heavy packers.. 5.15 5.30 Common and rough ...... 3.40J 4.55 Steers, corn fed 5.105;? 5.30 Heifers 4.60 5.10 , Fat cows 3.60 4.35 Bulls 3.60 4.65 pletea. constant practice. careful In structions, tools given Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber CoL'ege. Cincinnati. JO. tf WATfTEIJ To 'share car with some one moving goods to California this fait Address "California," care Pal ladium. :';2t WXNTE'DTwo good girls for gener al housework and to take care of two children. Apply Mrs. James Morrison, N. E. corner 16th and S. E. 25-tf WANTED See Morekead for profes. sional vault cleaning. Phone 3177. 9ZS Butler Street. mayl6-tf WANTED Manager" for branch office we-'wish to locate here in Richmond. Address with referent The Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 4-30t FOR SALE, FOR SALE City real estate, field, Kelley Etock- Porter-0-tf Open 67 76 126 High Low Close 66 65 66 76 l,i 76 76 14 126 Sl'a XIVs 4S 47 'a 4S 13414 133 133 104 103 Va 10-lig 137 136 13634 120 120 120 92V4 92 92 1137a 1127's 113 K6 ' S6iy4 8612 1457 '145 I4514 38 37?4 37 1027s 102 102 131 131 131 .10312 .136 .120 . 92 .11276 . 86 .145 Calves 4.90 Lambs 5.00 5.1 5 5.30 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens dressed, per Ib..lSc Old chickens, per lb 12Ms to 15c Turkeys, per lb., ........18c Ducks, per lb . w ...... 15c . COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 2oc Country butter, per lb 15 to ISc Eggs, per doz 15c Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wheat (per bu) Corn (per bu.) Oats (per. bu.) Rye, (per bu.) , .S5c . . 65 . .45 . .65 Bran (per ton) $23.00 Middlings (per ton) ,,,,$26.00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy Hay (baled) $10.00 Timothy hay (loose) $7 to $8.00 Clover Hay (baled) $8.00 Clover Hay (loose) $6 to $7.00 Mixed Hay $7 to $8.00 Straw (per ton) 5.00 Corn (per bu.) 65c to CSc Oats (per bu.) 45 Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Timothy (per bu) .$2.00 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, July 1 Cattle Receipts light. Cattle $7.50 down. Veal $7.00 down. Hogs Receipts 10 loads, $6.S5 down. Sheep and lambs, receipts light. Sheep, $4.25 down. Spring lambs $7.50 down. PATROLMEN WERE ALL ONJUTY TODAY Both Day and Night Forces Called Upon. All members of the police depart ment were on duty today. Both night and day torces were called upon, be-1 cause of the visit of the circus to the city. The patrolmen appeared in uni- j forms and citizens clothes at different ; times , in order to disguise their ap-j pearance as much as possible. Some j members were assigned to bicycle du ty, so as to patrol all parts of the city quickly. BOYS IN DANGER. More reports have been made to the police department about boys throw ing balls in the streets. Last evening members of a group of youngsters throwing a ball at Main and Sixteenth street were in danger of being run down by street cars or vehicles a num ber of times. Thiodosia : Gold MedAl PSour makes lightest brfad. Sus. FOR SALE A splendid new ice chest at a price less than it cost to make it, never been used, easy payments. Phone 1341, 1010 Main St. l it FOR SALE A good chicken farm, 16 acres, wiih fine buildings. A snap. Do you want it? T. R. Woodhurst, 913 Main. l-2t FOR SALE Mission Wood on sewing machine. Something entirely new. Call and see them. R. M. Lacey. T-'iO Main. l-7t FOR SALE Needles, oils and repairs for all sewing machines. R. M. Lacey. 530 Main. l-7t FOR SALE One seven foot, 3 spring wagon. See or call Meerhoff the Plumber. 1-tf FOR SALE Twelve acres growing hay on Country club ground. In quire John Reuben at Country club. l-2t FOR SALE Typewriter almost new, $14.00, 1050 N. 15. 30-lt FORSALE Very cheapT Newr"six room house, on car line, large lot, BOARD OP WORKS POSTPONES ACTION South A Street Will Not Be lm- . proved This Year. Final action on the proposed im provement of South A street by the construction of cement sidewalks, curbs and gutters between Second and Eighteenth streets was postponed in definitely by the board of public works this morning. This means that it is not likely the board will give the proposition furthr consideration be fore next year. This action is attrib uted to the opposition to the im provement that was exhibited by the property owners. Out of the forty seven resident property owners, only eighteen petitioned for it. A number of property owners in formed the board they will be willing for the improvement to be made next year. CHILDRENS' HOME BOARD ELECTS ITS OFEICERS Walter Doan Is Chosen Presi dent. A meeting of the local advisory board of the Indiana Children's Home was held last, evening. The follow ing officers were elected to serve for the. ensuing year: President Waiter Doan. Treasurer B. B. Myrick. Jr. Secretary Mrs. U. B. G. Ewing. Other members of the board are MVs. George H. Knollenberg, Mrs. W. J. Hiatt and Mrs. W. A. Walls. Re ports of the work accomplished dur ing the past year were given. About one hiyidred and fifty-five children have been placed in homes. AN EASTERN MAGICIAN. The Feat a Ceylon Fakir Is Said te Have Performed. This curious picture of an eastern magician is from Caroline Corner's "Ceylon, the Paradise of Adam:" "The fakir forthwith commenced to unpack the burden on his back, the principal item being a bamboo framework or scaffolding. This he held with his right band, while he mounted step by step of bamboos. At the summit, a height perhaps of eleven feet, he paused, with arnv extended, to effect a balance. For some reason or other the frame work remained perfectly steady and perpendicular, while the fakir stretch ed himself out like a spider on its web. At intervals ou the bamboos were heavy nails, rusty, but sharp at the point. These nails distinctly penetrat ed the man's mahogany colored flesh when he stretched himself out on the framework. "Thus he remained, a hideous wound made by each nail, from which the purple blood flowed, lying there for the space of ten minutes or so, except for the blood a lifeless figure of clay. Then, muttering some strange gibber ish, animation returned, and, making movements so that the nails were ex tricated from the wouuds. the fakir with his toes kicked away the scaffold ing and remained himself alone unsup ported iu midair. "Yes, there this weird creature re mained, his lean, chocolate colored limbs apparently stiff and cataleptic. I his eyes fixed upward and glazed. 'It's j a fact, said Cynthia iu low tones of j wonder. 'At home they would say we i were hypnotized.' " How to Arrl Man has to be humbugged if one would command him. and he has no use for the bumble person. The way to get into a publisher's or editor's of fice (or indeed any other with a man at the head of it is with a tremendous show of bounce and swagger. A Spinster in M. A. P. Dos Days and Rabies. There is not the remotest connec tion between dog days and rabies; in deed, the records show that the fewest cases of rabies occur in July and Au gust. There are more cases in. April, November and December than in any Other months. Springfield Union. electric lights, newTy screened and papered. Will rent. Phone 104O or :t. FOR SALE Two nice houses. Call 4:rt Richmond avenue. 2t;-t;t FOR SALE Good homes, fine farms, best fire insurance. Fitzgibbons, 9th and Main. 30-1 1 FOR SALE Furniture. New and sec ond hand. Cheap. Antique Furniture Co., "19 Main. 29-3t FOR SALE Dressed turtle and fish. Muth's Fish Market. Phone 1533. ii9-7t FOR SALE 50,000 Tate cabbage plants. Spring Grove, D. L. Held. 25-7t FOR SALE-Two properties. Cheap if sold at once. 1019 North 11th St. 25-7t FOR SALE A car load of horses every Saturday and Monday at Gus Taube's barn. t-tt PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. JUNE WAS BANNER MONTH EOR ARRESIS Number Taken by Police Suspicion Large. on June was the banner month or me year for arrests. The record of the city court shows 72 arrests were made during the month. Of this number public Intoxication claimed 28 and sus picion 23. The number arrested on suspicion is unusually large. The oth er offenses and number of arrests were as follows: Having obscene pic tures in possession 1; violating city ordinance 1; assault and battery 7; incorrigibility 1; vagrancy 1; beating board bill 2; horse thief 2; safe keep ing 1; passing fraudulent chock 1; lar ceny 2; public indecency 1. GRIDLEY'S LEAVE. Touching Scene When the Brave Cap tain Left the Olympia. On the morning of the battle of Ma nila Hay Captain Gridley was so ill that the little commodore offered to excuse him from duty, but gallantly, as is characteristic of the man, he re plied, "Thank you, Commodore Dewey, but she is my ship, and I will fight her." And he did. although, figurative ly speaking, he was a dead man before he went on the bridge, and days had strung themselves into but few weeks when, he was ordered home on sick leave. He came up out of his cabin dressed in civilian clothes and was met by the rear admiral, who extended him a most cordial hand. A look of trou bled disappointment flitted across the captain's brow, but vanished when he stepped to the head of the gangway and, looking over, saw, not the launch, but a twelve on red cutter manned en tirely by officers of the Olympia. There were men In that boat who had not pulled a stroke for a quarter of a cen tury. The stars and stripes- were at the stern and a captain's silken coach whip at the bow, and when Captain Gridley, beloved alike by officers and men, entered the boat it was Tp oars!" and all that, just as though they wet. common sailors that were to row him over to the Zafiro. When he sat down upon the handsome boat cloth that was spread for him he bowed his head, and his hands hid his face as First Lieutenant Reese, acting cock swain, ordered: "Shove off! Out oars! Give away!" St Nicholas. MOUNT ETNA. Its Wonders as Revealed In Tales of Travelers. Mount Etna has furnished more ma terial for travelers' tales than any other mountain on the earth. Aston ished Englishmen of a century ago who fell into the fashionable habit of climbing to its highest peak and BOiii did so, to the amazement of the Sicil ians, even in the dead of winter have left on record !n the exuberant lan guage of their day the emotions thatj thrilled their soul. "The man whe treads Mount Etna," wrote one of these, "is a man above the world. Every river on the island can be traced from its mouth to its source. "The characters," the same writer continues, "of all the climates of .be earth can be detected the frigid close around one, the temperate with its belt of trees just underneath and the trop ical at tfce base of the mountain, with its vineyards and luxuriant groves. The great ocean around, with the is lands of Lipari. Panari, Alicudi, Strom boli and Volcano, with their smoking summits, appears under your feet, and you lock down upon the whole of Sicily as upon a map." Ln adiiitioa to all the climates, Etna Is reported to have trees that rival the friiVitM of California, lakes that never thaw, bottomless caverns and salable snow that kept many an ancient bishop weil supplied with tithes. HORSE STOLEN? J. G. Gilbert, the North Ninth street feed store proprietor, has reported the loss of a light bay mare to the police department. The animal is believed to have strayed or been stolen from the barn at 226 Central avenue, some time last night. The barn was left unlocked and the door open. Mr. Gil bert believes that if the horse strayed from the stable it would follow a westerly direction in the effort to lo cale iu former home. FOP. RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms. All modern 12th St. conveniences. 115 N. l-7t FOR RENT 3 furnishi.'d rooms for housekeeping. 4 4 Fort Wayne ave. 30 2 1 FOR RENT Stable, 217 N. 7th St. 29-3t FOR R E N T Fu r nl shed room a 7 a 'to office rooms, with steam h;at and bath, at The Grand, for gents only. MISCELLANEOUS. Instantenous Water Heaters of all kinds. See them in oik-ration at Meerhoff's, 9 S. 9th. Let us figure on your plumbing, heating and lighting. 1-tf LOST Ladies gttld watch, Hunt frig case, Elgin works. Depau Seal fob attached. Reward if returned to 222 Richmond Ave. 1-1 1 CHANGE OF OFFICE DrriioberrA-. NOW ENGAGED IN Local Men Visit the Nearby Towns. James E. Shaw, C. H. Kramer, Wil liam Kramer, K. J. Humpe and B. B. I.lyri- (c, Jr., went to Fountain City last evening in behaif of the Richmond Chautauqua. A public meeting was held and there was a big crowd pres ent. Pictures were shown and mem bers of the local delegation addressed the crowd urging them to attend the Chautauqua. Mr. Humpe asked that Sunday schools of Fountain City be represented at the Sunday school gath ering which will be held at the Chau tauqua on Saturday August 22. The next meeting will be held at Milton this evening. KOREAN ETIQUETTE. A Native's New Year's Call Upon an American Lady. The native Koreans, who have lie come familiar with foreigners and their ways, take very readily to the custom of calling and eating on Xew Year's day, and one American lady had a very peculiar experience with a native official in Seoul on New Year's day. She was keeping open house and had made preparations for re ceiving her guests in the proper man ner. Among other things she had made a very excellent and rather large cake, which she expected to distribute in small slices to her callers. A party of native gentlemen arrived, and, having given one of them a cup of tea, she placed this fine cake before him, with an invitation to help himself. She theu went with the others to an other room and was gone some time. When she returned she saw, to her horror, that her cake had all but dis appeared. The native, according to his ideas of etiquette, had done his best not to leave any of the eatables set before him. The lady's vexation was banished by a feeling of pity for the poor fel low, who wa.5 quite sick from over feeding. It is said that this call was his first and last that day. He de clared to his friends that foreigners must bo "all stomach" if they could go from house to house and "eat that much every time." London Mail. Getting Back at England. "The English w ill ridicule us for say ing 'vury' and 'tumble' and 'momma' when we go abroad." said a school ma am, "but we will have our answer ready. "We'll ask them why, when they want to kuow if we desire a cab, they say: " 'Fo wella, sa?' "We'll ask them why they say 'paw tah' and 'wsutah' and 'Indiar' and 'idear.' "And, not forgetting the h,' we'll quote at them the dialogue between the mistress aud the new maid: " 'Is your name Anna or Hannah? "'Hannah, mum.' "'Oh, Hannah?' "'No, mum; Hannah. "'Hannah, you said.' "'No. Hannah.' "'Spell it.' "Hay, hen. lien, hay T "New Orleans Times-Democrat. The Safe Course. "That was a great speech Mundy made," said the associate editor of the old line partisan paper. "I suppose we ought to have an editorial showing that he was mistaken throughout, but really I cn't see how we shall be able to do it. His logic Is unassailable. He has simply knocked the platform from under our candidate." "I know it," replied the editor, "but we can't let it gj. Let's see oh. Just refer to it as flapdoodle. That al ways satisfies the man who Totes the straight ticket and gives our oppo nents no chance to come back at us." Chicago Record-Herald. Kaffir Greeting. "Saku bona" are the first words a stranger learns of the Kaffir vocabula ry. The expression is the common form of salutation used by the natives, and its literal translation is, "I see yon." It is considered a mark of re spect not to give the greeting Immedi ately, the delay showing the reverence ln which the native holds his visitor. CHAUTAUQUA Chattin, dentist. Successor to Dr. I F. Harding, Wesieott Block. Phone LOST Gold beauty-pin. Return to Palladium office. lUward. l-2t HARRY LANCASTER, iug. Home Phone South Pth street. Paper Han-;-1ITS. loo 'M 7t WAYNE Cleaning and Excavating Co. Cisterns cleaned and repaired. Hard-j wood floors refinished. Furniture i and wall paper cleaned. Cement ! and sewer work, whitewashing. Household goods crated for ship-1 n:ent. lop; Main street. Richmond, j Ind. Home phone ':',. l-tf GAS WATER HEATERS and hot weather sundries at Meerhoffs. Both phones. tf SCHOOL. SCHOOL Next Monday is the time to begin your course at the Rich mond Business college. 2u-7t M RSTH IS ER'S" BiTsi ness" Schooir 1 th year, bookkeeping, shorthand and PETTY JEALOUS! THREATENS CITY (Continued From Tage One.) the efforts of Secretary Haas. If this agreement is amended in such a way as to be satisfactory to the city and the company the board members fore see that the public would realize the board only played second fiddle In the affair and would give the Commercial club the entire credit, which that or ganization does not court. Neglecting to perform the duties im posed upon them the board members now sulk in their tents, filled with jealous anger at the Commercial club and the shippers, and for spite only, it is alleged, are refusing to consider the Dayton & Western franchise. Their excuse for such action Is that a franchise should not be granted the Dayton & Western until after the T. H., I. & E. has completed Its north end freight line. "Why does every business man laugh when asked his opinion of Mayor Schillinger's demfcratic 'busi ness' administration?" a reporter ask a well known business man today. After the business man had succeed ed in suppressing his merriment, he exclaimed, "what a foolish question!" Properly rebuked, the reporter brought the interview to a close. Raipcl biscuits from Ooli Ste'lal Flour are excellent. IsiuAMUt. The Great Blood at all drug stores. Purifier. Fr sale t i A A iSi 1 I " " j Your Opportunity OUR RUG SALE Richness, durability, economy, find their happiest com bination in room size rugs. AN reasons why you should have one in your home. And just now you have the further reasons our excep tionally low prices and our extra liberal terms. Get one of our Extraa Velvet Rugs, size 27x54. . SPECIAL AT $1.50 See our big assortment of Furniture, Stoves, Bedding, Carpets, Curtains, Shades, Etc., at exceptionally low prices. You're always welcome to shop at NEW LOCATION, typewriting. Phone 2127; 33 South 13th St. jun!6-tf LAUNDRY. We can lislp make ycu happy hon estly we can. Richmond Steaxa Laurdry. CARD OF THANKS. 1 wish to thank my many friends for their liberal patronage for the past 4'" years, today. Don't forget the street. 9S Butler. Phone 3177. 27-7t ItlU.M.AS .1 1 1 It r II CAW. "Is there malaria around here? ask ed the stranger. "I should say so." answered Farmer Corntossel. "There's so much ehakin' goln' on that all a man needs to do to shine his shoes is to bold a brush In his hand and stand still." New Or leans Picayune. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. REAL ESTATE $400.00 Cottage on Waloon lake, a pretty body of water near Petoskey, Mich. Gasoline launch cost $250,011 aud boat house for same; two row boats, house for same; lot 83x200. Household utensils, all for $400.00. $2,500 10 acres. Green Township, North West Williamsburg, 8 room new house, room for bath, plumbed for hot and cold water; furnace, fine cel lar with a laundry room, 20x30 bank barn. This Is the best few acre prop osition in Wayne county. $2,400 Six rooms and bath, on Kln sey street, fine location, open hall and stairs, electric lights and other con veniences. $10,000.00 117 acres near Fountain City; 7 room brick and slate root house; large bank barn 40x60, and an other 32x40. All wire fenced. Run ning water year Tound. Good land. $5,600 77 acres, Franklin township: 5 room story and half house; go- 1 barn 30x60; wagon shed and corn crib, good fences; 2 mile southwest Bethel. The Doctor's Motor Boggy 13.6 II. P. $525 Air-cooled, 2-cylInder, 30 miles on one gallon gasoline, 30 miles per hour. Saves time, saves money, al ways ready, never tires, never gets restless. Good 3C5 days In the year. Built for comfort, protection and strr Ice. Won first place in Chicago Motor Club's Hill-climbing Contest (see Chi cago Tribune, May 18, 190S). We build 8 other models. Ask for cata logue 320. 11. KIblinger Co., Au burn, Ind. 9TH AND MAIN ST.