-THE BHJ113IOr X"AT.IVE1TJ3I
SUN-TEIEGRA3I, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909.
. Branch Offices
Branch offices are located in every
part of the city and county towns.
Leave your want ad with the one
nearest you. Rates are the same.
For Yomr Convenience
l utT OF AGENCIES.
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Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest you- The rates are the same and you
will save a trip to the main office.
South of Main.
BRUENINO A EICKHORN, 13th
and S. E street
A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. H.
North of Main. ,
QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N.
CHILES & SON. 18th and N. C St
WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. G St.
JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St
I cent per word 7 days for the pi ice of S days. We charge adver
tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion.
WANTED -50 laborers on S. 11th. 20c
per hour. Trippeer A Son. :', 21-2t
WANTED All persons suffering from
piles or any form of rectal ailment,
write me for free trial' of Positive
painless Pile, Cure. S. U. Tarney.
Auburn. Ind. 4eod-tl
, WANTED Men to sell our safe super
ior satisfactory policies. Men of abil
ity1 wanted; liberal commissions.
National Casualty Co., C. A. QHnger,
Dist Mgr., 18 South 8th St
i V Tues&Sun
WANTED Position by young lady as
stenographer and bookkeeper of ex
perience. Address Stenographer,
eare Palladium office. 21-2t
WANTED Middle aged lady (col
ored or white, to assist with house
work; family three. Call 21 South
Sth street 21-lt
WANTED Girl to do housework at
once. Call 227 N. 10th St 21-tf
WANTEDTwo unfurnished rooms,
31 North 11th. - 2l-2t
WANTED A girl for housework. 120
North 20th. , 21-lt
VANTED More teams ($4.00 per
day) and single hands ($2 per day)
working on South West Second and
1st street . Sullivan Cement Stone
Co. ; 19-tf
WANTED Vise and lathe hands In
machine shop. - Richmond Mfg. Co.
"... ' " .' 19-tt
wan mud to repair auKinqs oi mir
' rors, first class work guaranteed'.
Alnsley & , Schube, over 902 Main
WANTED Young persons to attend
night" school at the Richmond Busi
, ness College- 16-tf
WANTED The name and address "of
persons who are Interested in physi-
cap exercise as a means of develop
NEW YORK STOCK
Nrnlshed by Eugene Purtell A Co.,
New York, Sept 21.
,. , V. .v .,
L. N. .. .. .. .. I
Great Northern .. ....4
Amalgamated Copper .... . . . . .
American Smelting ........ . . ,4
Northern Pacific .....4
V, S6teel i . .-. . S: ...... . . ;
U. S. Steel pfd.. .. .. .4
Pennsylvania ....... . .. .. .. .4
St. Paul .. .. .. .. ., .. ,4
' B. AO... .............. .. .
New York Central .. .. .. .. .. .4
Reading .. .. .....
. Canadian Pacific . .
; Atchison .. , . .
Southern Pacific,. .. .. .. .. .. .
Union Pacific 4
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle A Co.,
Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke,
Chicago, Sept 21.
. Open HlRh rxtw Close
Sept .. 104 105 103 105
Dec. ... 98 100 98. 99
May .. 102 103 102 103
Open Hiea Low Close
Sept ... 67 65 67 67
Dec. ... 60 60 60 60
May ... 62 62 62 62
Open High Low Clos.
Sept ... 39 39 39 39
Dec. ... 39 39 39 39
May ... 41 42 41 42
': , . ... ....
REPRESENTATIVE SALES. .
Na At. Dk. Price
Best heavies .............
Good to choice &20 8.35
Best pigs 7.00 7.50
" BEST STEERS.
Good to choice steers ..... .dJS0 7.65
Choice to. fancy yearlings 5.00 6.50
Good to hvy feeding steers -4.50Q 4.73
Fair to good feeders .... 4.25 4.50
Jnforior to choice stockers 3.000 4.50
QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and
JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave.
and West 1st.
GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W.
J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St
ing the human body and increasing
its vital forces for health and effi
ciency. Dr. Allen, Centerville, Ind.
WANTEDMen to learn Barber trade.
Few weeks completes. Thoroughly
practical training. Moler graduates
command highest wages. Our di
plomas recognized everywhere. Shop
experience and wages before com
pleting. Catalogue mailed free.
Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED Housekeeper for small
family. Reference required. In
quire 1010 Main. 17-tf
WANTED To find a home for 11 yr.
old boy in good family; farm pre
ferred; call at 30 Washington Ave.
WANTED To buy up-to-date grocery
fixtures. S. E. C, care Palladium.
See Mrs. Hlser about . Shorthand and
Bookkeeping. Terms cheap. 33 S.
13th St Phone 2177. eept8-tf
WANTED If you want money in
place of your city property or farm,
go right to Porterfleld's Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and fire insur
ance. Porterfleld, Kelly Block, 8th
and Main. v f'- ' ' ' ". 6-tt
FOR-" SALE Thoroughbred-Duroc
males and gilts; weight 140 lbs., not
fat. J. C Commons, Webster.
Phone 5144C. tues&thurs 2-7t
FORTsXLEFurniture; several good
piece- yet.( Come Wednesday. R.
H. Dunaway. 315 N. 19th. It
FOR SALE Good coaster brake bicy
cle. 126 S. 3rd. 21-2t
FOR SALE Household goods, car-
Phone 2330. Geo. A.
Open High Low Close
..155 15Li 154 154
.. 84 84 83 84
..100 101 99 100
..158 158 157 157
..84 85 83 85
..128 128 127 128
..145 147 144 147
..162 163 l$l 161
-.118 118 118 118
..138 1S8 136 137
170 17S 169 170
..183 183 182 182
..120 120 119 119
..132 133 131 132
..205 207 203 205
Common to fair heifers .. 2.50 3.25
Good to choice heifers .... 4.65 5.75
Choice to fancy- cows 3.50 4.75
Good to choice veal 5.50 8.50
Fair to heavy calves 3.50 7.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS.
Best yearlings 4.50 5.00
Good to choice sheep. . . . 4.00 4.25
Good to choice lambs .... 6.00 7.00
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. Whelan.
New timothy hay (loose) f 10.00
Timothy hay (baled) .....$12.00
Mixed hay .$10.00
New oats 3035c
Old oats per bu. 45c.
New wheat per bu.. ... .. ....$1.00
Corn ..... .... ... esc
Richmond Seed Market
(Range A Co.) ,
.............. 5.75 6.00
Richmond Grain Market.
(Rtcnmond Holler Mills)
New wheat, per bu , $1.00
Corn, per bu 60c
Rye, per bu. .. .. .. .. .... ..80c
Bran, per ton.. ... ...$26.00
Middlings, per ton $28.00
Clover seed, per bu. . $5.50
pets, fii-tfe board, table, refrigerator,
bed room suite, etc., 231 N. 10th.
FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W.
Kramer & Co. 29-tf
FORXLEhildren's" clothes, half
price. Ladies and gents' shoes;
1530 Main. Open until 8 p.m. It
FOR SALE A square jjiano; call at
1707 Main. . 20-2t
FOR SALE Six room cottage at 124
N. Second St Call G25 Main. 20-7t
FOR SALE Baseburner, range, hot
plate and household goods. 40 S.
13th. . 20-7 1
NEEDLES," Oils and RepaIrsf6rall
machines; new machines for sale
and rent; 530 Main street; phone
2190. R. M. Lacey.
july27 tues&sun tf
Beautiful New Homes
Located in the best residence district
on W. Main street All Improvements.
These bouses are all up to date and
modern stylish homes. Have furnace,
electric light, hardwood finish, cement
basement. 7 rooms with modern bath.
If you want a home look at these at
once before you are too late.
Will sell for cash or easy terms if
$800 to $1,000 Cash
balance $30 to $35 per month.
Houses open for inspection any time.
Call at 315 W. Main or phone 3234.
FOR SALE Favorite Base Burner No.
17. 234 S. 11. 20-3t
FOR SALE Household goods, and
organ. Call first house west of
Country Club. 19-7t
FOR SALE 6 room cottage at 12th
and North 2nd streets. Call 625
FOR SALE New house, six large
rooms, bath, back porch, cement
walks and cellar, electric lights,
$2,100. FLone 3143.
FOR SALE Or exchange; lot; in
quire 838 N. 12th St 18-7t
FOR SALE Two 8-room nouses, good
location, West Richmond, modern;
also suburban home with 3 acres fine
fruit A. M. Roberts, Spring Grove,
R. R. No. 5. 17-7t
FOR SALE Soft and hard coal heat
ers, bargains; 1030 Main. Phone
FOR SALE 3 H. P A. CU Stanley
motor, or,, will trade for small dy
namo. Commons Dairy Co. 18-tf
FO RSALE Horse, city broke. Buggy
and harness. ' Good outfit or will
exchange for building lot. Address
Exchange, Palladium.; '4?'t;
FOR SALE Two colts. Joseph Cox,
R. R. No. 4. 17-10t
FO RS ALE Extra good-S hrop. male
lambs. Mait Starr, Boston, Ind 24
D, R. R. No. 2. 17-tf
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hogu, average 200 to
250 pounds .$7.50$7.75
Good to heavy packers . . 7.00 7.75
Common and rough ...... 6.75 7.00
Steers corn fed 4.75 5.25
Heifers 3.50 4.50
Fat cows 3.50 4.00
Bulls 3.25 3.75
Calves 6.00 7.00
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed, per !b. ..18c
Old chickens, per lb 18c
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb ...32c
Country butter, per lb 1820e
Eggs .... ........23c
Cincinnati, Sept. 21.
Hogs Receipts 7,700; butchers' and
shippers' ?8.20 ?8.30.
Cattle Receipts 2,000; steady; fair to
good $5.3$G.50. -Sheep
Receipts 800; tops, $4.25.
Top Lambs, $7.23.
East Buffalo, Sept. 21.
Cattle Receipts 75; tops $6.50a7.00.
Sheep Receipts 5,200; tops $5.15.
Hogs Receipts, 4,200; active; tops.
Veals Receipts 100; tops $9.50.
Indianapolis, Sept 21.-
Wheat - .
. .. 40C
Toledo, Sept 21.
Corn 71 Vic
Oats .. -.41c
Rye ........ 71c
Pittsburg, Sept. 21
Cattle Receipts light; tops $6.657.tt0
Hogs Receipts light; tops $8.60.
Sheep Receipts light; $5.00 lambj
Calves Receipts dlght; tops $8.50.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
o o o
Trie following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail in answer
to their ads. Mail at this office up to
12 coon today as follows:
A 1 Dairy 9
Cottage 1 M. M 1
Rooms '. 1 Owner 1
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mail not called for within that
time will be cast out
FOR SALE Cattle, choice lot high
Dred stockers and feeders, 1 year
ling Polled Angus Bull, 2 yearling
Short Horn Bulls and one well bred
Jersey Bull, 2 fresh ,.Tersey cows at
Glen Miller Stock Yards. Phone
FOR SALE A well located meat mar
ket, established 25 years; address
Butcher, care Palladium. 15-7t
FOR SALE Male pigs (Poland China)
A. H. Pyle, 5105C, R. R. No. 4.
FOR SALE Second hand furniture,
stoves, etc.. at cheap prices. 1030
Main. Phone 1778. 24-tt
FOR SALE Modern home, west side.
Also one in South End. 529 Main St.
Phone 1390. 4-tt
FOR RENT Two modern 5 room
flats on Main street Telephone
1247, E. H. Harris, Masonic Temple.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Phone
FOR RENT Office rooms; apply A.
G. Luken & Co. 21-7t
FOR RENT To elderly people or peo
ple without children, four rooms,
four miles out C. Cable, R. No. 2.
FOR RENT House, 212 N. 14th.
Call 302 N. 14th. 20-tf
FOR RENT OR EXCHANGE Beauti
ful ten room house inside of corpo
- ration; 3 acres of ground, two barns,
hot water plant, electric light, new
ly decorated. Beckwith & Chessman,
over 716 Main. Phone 1620. 20-3t
FOR RENT Good business room and
fixtures; 153 Richmond Avenue.
-i - .-' 18-7t
FOR RENT Y. M. C. A. furnished
rooms, crol. light, clean, shower
baths, $1.25 per week and un.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
HAVE your chandeliers refinished. re
nickeling and silver cleaning done at
Cincinnati, Sept. 21.
Rye .. 72c73c
A GREAT WELCOME
FOR DOCTOR COOK
GIVEN BY GOTHAM
(Continued From Page One.)
trait of himself with the inscription in
mammoth letters, "We believe in you."
After the luncheon at which Dr.
Cook with his wife and family were
the guests of honor, came the public
DEMURRER IS FILED
A demurrer was filed with Judge
Fox of the circuit court this morning,
by John F. Robbins, attorney for the
Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Eastern
Traction Co., which company is defend
ant in a suit for damages filed in the
circuit court several days ago by Maiy
P. Hartman. The grounds for the de
murrer is that the facts are not suf
ficient and that the complaint was not
valid. Mrs. Hartman was injured near
East Germantown, April 15. 10OO, in a
runaway, which 6he says was due to
the careless operation of the compa
ny's interurban car. She demads $5,
MEETINGS OF WARDS
The democratic bee has begun to
busx in earnest and it is expected that
this week will usher in some events of
more than usual political interest
Ward meetings will be held tonight
and delegates to the city convention
to be held the following night will be
chosen. Thus far there are but two
candidates for the democratic nomina
tion for mayor. Pettis A. Reid and
Charles B. Beck have a large follow
ing and the fight will be a close one.
That the campaign will be a spirited
one is evident by the interest that is
being aroneed by zLl of the democrats
of the cit
1 cent per word. 7 days for the
price of 5 days.
We charge advertisements sent in
by phone and collected for
after its insertion. '
Frank J. Lahmann's Plating Works,
J0S West Main. . 17-U
I BUY Watches and Jewelry. J. M.
Lacey, Loan office, 721 Main. Room
FOR SALE--Double house West Side.
Good investment 529 Main tt
Phone 1390. 4 tf
FOR SALC Excellent steamboat ac
commodations from Baltimore t"
Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll.
716 Main St. 29-tf
FOR SALE One-thiFd horse power
electric motor, direct current
Phone 3183. 31-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE -An ideal su
burban home suitable for retiring
farmer or business man. Phone
LOST Rimless glasses, between
12th. and South A street, and 11th
and Main. Leave Palladium.
MOORE & OGBORN, Automobile and
Fire Inpurancs, Bonds. Loans and
Rentals. Room 16, L O. O. F. Bldg.
Dirty clothes made clean; if you dont
believe it, try us. Richmond Steam
Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf
Pfcnne 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun
dry at 18 N. 9th. Work guaranteed.
BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES.
Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing;
Waking A Co., 406 Main. Phone
Wife of Vice President of United States
!. . ata.RVr.l 4i'
THREAT FOR GOTCH
Des Moines, la.. Sept 21-Frank
Gotch. heavyweight champion wrestler
of the world has been notified by offi
t ' ;,
... AUTO LIVERY ...
(JNf Jr4 Hour or Trip.
' C A. Piehl. 922 Main.
Phone 1633. Res. Phone 420$.
WILSON. POHLMEYEK A DOWN
ING. 15 North Tenth. rhone 1S3S.
Private ambulance.- 28-U
J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street
. - Phone 1793. Repair work a spec
ialty. ' ll-tf
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
Call on Fred Jones at . Friedgen'a
. clothing store. Phone 2068. to have
your suit 'cleaned and ' pressed.
Prices right Work guaranteed.
Wm. Helger. headquarters Conkey
Drug Co. Phone 1904 or 1231. 21-30t
By vacuum and compressed air; no
dirt' no worry. Richmond House
Cleaning Co. Phone 1916.
5 he re r & Engleebrt
(Successors to C. W. Tooker)
One of the reform which have been
placed to the credit of the Young
Turkish party in the Ottoman empire
is the abolition of the "red ticket re
ulation." Until this took, place a red
card was Issued to a Jew on arrival in
Palestine, the possession of which en
titled the holder to a three months'
residence. If the red ticket man wish
to remain longer the credential had to
be renewed, and this naturally led to
abuses in the nature of graft The
abolition of this retrictive . measure
was urged upon ,the . authorities by
The only flour I ever had any luck with
Is Gold Medal Flour. Lccijtoa.
need a new Heating Apparatus this
winter? Better see us about the
Mogul Furnace. We don't promise
on earth with this furnace.
but in our own opinion and in the
of many others
529 MAIN ST.
CJV if J J)
TAa ' Z. V'-
cials of an athletic club In Sydney, Aus
tralia, that he must filflll his contract
to wrestle George Hackenschmidt this
winter or face a suit for damages. The
Australian promoters, it Is said, have
Goteh's signature to a set of articles,
calling for a championship matcia
GOV. JOIIII JOIIIISOO .
DIED EARLY TOOAT
(Continued From Pace One.)
miration and hearty support of the
Leaves School Early.
At the age of six, the lad was seal
to school just how, no one but the
heroic mother ever knew. He studied
for seven years, and at the age of 13.
he left school to so to. work and help
support the family. He first drove a
grocery delivery wagon and then ob- .
tained a job in a drug store. A little
ater. he went to work In a general
store whose- proprietor, noticing the
boy's studious bent, offered him the
Conquest of Mexico, the "Conquest
of Peru, and "Ivanhoe, and a card
In the public librAry.
At the. age of 15, the boy Informed .
his mother that ahe must quit working
and he would support the family.
FYom that time on. he did.
At the age of 25, Johnson, without
previous editorial experience, was
made editor of a little democratic pa
per in his home town, the 8t Peter
Herald. His partner was H. J. Easier
and they did general printing work
under the firm name of Easier and
Johnson. June 1. 1894, he married
Miss Ellnore Preston.
He Enters Politics.
His work as editor of a party organ
took Johnson Into the political fieM.
In 1898 he was elected to the state
senate, his strong qualities of person.
al magnetism and popularity wtnninc "
him the post In a strong republican
In 1902 he was defeated for re-el ee
tkra at state senator and this Incident,
strange ae it may seem, turned out
to be fortunate for him.
In 1904 he was nominated for gov
ernor by the democratic party as a tor
lorn hope of cutting down the plural
ity of the republican party who had) -nominated
a man of hopeless corpora
tlon affiliations -but whom no one
hoped to defeat with the impetus of
Theodore Roosevelt at the head of the
ticket Johnson, however, was elected
by a majority of 7.000. although Roose
velt had carried the state by 1C1.000
votes. Two years later he wno re
elected by a majority of 71.000 and
this in a republican state. la IMS ho
was elected again.
Candidate for President.
During this year he was a candidate
for the democratic nomination for
president and although favored by the
more conservative element of the par
ty. William Jennings Bryan was nomi
nated at Denver, and badly beaten.
Governor Johnson was known as a
friend of the people. He forced the
passage of a two-cent railroad rate bill
and compelled the binder-twine trust
to cease its exactions in Minnesota.
in rniATrn inrn
15 tllALItU IIIIU
LAW BY COUOCIL
(Continued From Page One.) .
ever present. For the most part It in
cluded property owners who were vit
ally Interested la the measure. A few
representatives of the Water Works
..... . . a wa . a
company, including nowara uuu
perintendent; E. d. Hibberd. a large
stockholder and one - or two others
were present The company was not
represented by counsel.
Walt Action of Company.
Just whst course the company win
now pursue in the matter Is sot
known. It was announced by the.com- -pany's
counsel at the meeting two
weeks ago that be company would
fight any such procedure. One way
suggested was by litigation. Another
was by raising the water rates. The
attorney also tried to . intimidate, br
Kam t .fW .lafcfaa AaPaflfA.
ance as the meter rent ordinance
would result In the company with
drawing Its proposed contract which
is now in ue nanus n ine onara w
Mr. Shlveley stated this niorning
that the ordinance was not valid aad
also contradictory to the United
States constitution. He said that the
company would undoubtedly make an
effort to collect the meter ren$s as the
officials contend that the meter rents
are not payable in advance, but as
they come due. Tb-s seml-anaual rents
which fall due October 1 will undoubt
edly be paid according to Mr. Shlveley
sa the consumers ot the company, who
hsve meters, have Implied contracts
with the company to pay the meter
In answer to the question whether
the ordinance was contradictory to
the United States constitution. T. J.
Study stated this morning that It was
not nor to the ten commandments
(Continued From Page One)
bond. The charges were preferred by
the Richmond City Water Works com
pany and Charles Johanning. a plumb
er. - , ' ' " .
Seme Not Public
The Indictments against others have
not become public owing to the fact
that the men are still at large.
The jury Investigated a large num
ber of cases and in many found there
were circumstance or lack of evi
dence which would Ifeot justify sa In
dictment - ' - -
Rit K. Shlveley read the renort' of
the jury to the court Judge Fox, fol
lowing the completion of the report
thanked the jurors for their earnest
effort and their full and comorahaa-
sive report V"
pai i Aniiri rArrr Aire pay
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