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TJtLE UICHSIOKII PALLADIUM AJTD SUN-TELEGIIAM, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1909.
PAGE OCTET?. . :" 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 Your Coeveeiemca LIST OF AGENCIE3. Branch offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yow The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENIN3 it EICKHORN, 13th and 8. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT. 6th and S. H. : North ' of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. CHILES ft SON. IStb and N. C St, WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St i JOHN J, GETZ. 10th and N. H St. RATES I cent per word 7 days for the pi ice of C days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED A white horse in best summer bonnet with an old-fash ioned 2-seated- surrey, and exhibited to the representative of the "Mary Jane's fa" Company at the Gennett theater Tuesday , morning at 11 o'clock sharp, will be given the part of "Salome" . next week at a good salary. 27-2t WANTED SITUATION Young, am bitious and honest rain, 23,- wishes position indoors, neat appearance. . Address X, Palladium. 27-2t WANTEDTo let, board and room, 24 N. 6th. ' 27-2t WANTED Office held at Schaefer's wholesale house. - , 27-tf WANTED Young persons- to enter Night School Oct. 4, at Richmond Business College. 27-6t WANTED Housekeeper in a family ' of three. Address "Housekeeper." care Palladium. 27-7t miVUiu fosttion as book-keeper by young lady with experience, can give good references. Address Book-keeper, care palladium. 26-2t 4w liuu cieaiu separator. "'. E. Ray, Route a 22-tf WANTED All persona suffering from Market NEW YORK STOCK Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., ' 8chwenke, New York, Sept. 27.- Great Northern ., , Amalgamated Coppei American ttmeltlog . , . . Northern pacific U. 8. Steel . . ..' U. 8. Steel ptd.". Pennsylvania 8t Paul New York Central ,n.Hi. ........ .. .. .( . . Canadian Pacific ; : .v .. ,t Atchison.. .. , Southern Pacific, Union Pacific ... . ' ... . Chtaarjo. CHICACO ORAIN AND FROVI8IONS. (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle eV Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Sept. 27. Wheat Hlrh rw Close Open . 102 . 98 101 Open .65 .58 . 60 OiMin 39 . 38 .41 Sept May 103 101 103 99 102 Cert. Hig 65 .58 60 Oate. Hiich 40 38 41 98 99 102 Close 65 58 60 101 Lew 64 58 60 Low 39 38 41 Sept Dec. May Cloe 40 38 41 Sept Deo. May Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies .$aaotJfS.45 Good to choice , ........ . ; 7.90 8.15 Best pigs 6.75 7.00 BEST STEKR5". Good to choice steers .... 6.35 7.50 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.00 6.50 STOCK OATTLK. Good to hvy feeding steers 4.50 4.73 Fair to good feeders 4.25 4.50 Inferior to choice stockem 3.00 4.50 Common to fair heifers . . 2.50 3.25 BUTCHER CATTIJB. Good to choice heifers .... 4.50 6.50 Choice to fancy cows 3.50Q 4.73 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice veal 5.50 9.00 Fair to heavy calves ..... 3.50 7.50 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Best yearlings .......... . 4.50 5.00 Good to choice sheep. ... 4.00 4.25 Good to choice lambs , . . . , 6.25 7.00 Richmond Hay Market (Omar G. Whelan.) New timothy hay (loose) ...... .$1400 Timothy hay ..,,.............$12.00 Mixed hay .,............$13.00 New oats.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..8035c New wheat her hit. . . . . . . . .$1.00 Corn . 5 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Are. and West 1st GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Fairvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St. piles or any form of rectal ailment, write me for free trial of Positive painless Pile Cure. 8. U. Tarney. Auburn, Ind, 4eod-tt "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY" Want ed In every locality, intelllgentman or woman to represent us. Our Guaranteed Income Plan, insures - substantial - remuneration - to . the right parties. Careful training. Permanent business. Good oppor tunity for promotion. Address Chief of Subscription Staff, Woman's Home Companion, Department "X", Madison Square, New York City. 26-3t WANTED Girl to do housework at once. Call 227 N. 10th St. 21-tf WANTED Vise and lathe hands in machine shop. Richmond Mfg. Co. - 19-tf 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. . 17-tf See Mrs. Hiser about Shorthand and Bookkeeping. Terms cheap. 33 S. 13th St Phone 2177. sept8-tf Reports - QUOTATIONS. Hlttle block, Manager.) f Phone ' 2330. Geo. . A. Open High Low Cloan .. ..152 153V4 f 152 J53V4 83 84 '81 82 .. ..100 100 99 99 ., ..155 156 165 155 . . . . S5 S7 , 85 S6 ,. '..128 123 128 128 .. ,.148 148 147 148 .. ..160 101 160 160 ..116 117 116 117 .. ,,135 135 135 135 ., ..166 168 166 . 166 .. ..183 181 '183 184 .. ..118 119 118 119 .. ..131 132 130 130 .. ..203 205 202 204 Richmond Seed Market. (Runse Co.) Timothy. . . . Clover seed . , , .$1.90Q$2.00 6.30 6.73 Richmond Grain Market (Richmond Holler Mills) New wheat, per bu AWM MAM ...$1.00 ,.,..60c Rye, per bu. . . .... Bran, per ton. . .... Middlings, per ton, , . , 0a $26.00 $28.00 Clover seed, per bu.. . . .. Sff.50 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir. Best hoof, average 200 to 250 pounds .'. $7.50$7.75 Good to heavy packers . . 7.00 7.73 Common and rough 6.75 7.00 Steers corn fed 4.75 5.25 Heifers S..V 4.50 Fat cowa 3.50a 4.00 Bulls , ,. 3.25 3.75 Calves .., 6.00 7.00 Lajflbs ................... v &S0 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per !b. ..18c Old chickens, per lb i$e COUNTRY produce; Creamery butter, per lb 32c Country butter, per lb ; lS20c Eggs .... .. ,.2Sc CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Sept 27. Hogs Receipts. 2,700; best $8-4ft Cattle Receipts, 2.400; beet $6.25. Sheep Receipts, 800; tops $L25. Extra Lambs, $7.00. EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo, Sept 27. CattleRecelpta, 8500; primes ST.OOi Sheep Receipts, 17.000; tops, $4.73. Lambs, $7.73. . Hogn-Reeeipts. 14,000; best heavies $8.85, Veals Receipts 1,200; tops, $9.75. Phobs: . . oJf,SiSyilS5;, bM wf2nS2 PALLADIUM ooo Want Ad . WANTED If you want money In place of your city property or (arm. go right to Porte rfleld'a Real Es tate office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block. 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Angora goats, broke to harness. Glen Miller Stock yards. . 27-7t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint Guaranteed five years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin it Co.. 257 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 342!?. Apr. 2 fri&mon FOR SALERubber tired buggy with new etorm front, ness good as new. Wayne avenue. Also single har Call at'-Wl Ft 23-Bt y FOR SALE Good farm of Hio acres at $(15 per acre, efght miles from Rich mond. Address "Farm" care Pal ladium. ( 25-7t FOR SALE Sectional book case, Iron beds, dressers, hat rack, china closet household goods. 229 N. 10th St. 26-2t FOR SALE New house, six large rooms, bath, baclc porch, cement walks and cellar, electric lights, $2,100. Fhone 3143. sept !9-sun-mon-tues-2wks FOR SALE Modern 7 room house; call at 510 S. 10th. 25-tf FDR 8 ALE Watches at J. M. Lacy's Loan office, 721 Main street. 17-tf FOR SALE Horse lady's driver, 6 years old," perfectly safe for any one. Call phone 3690. , 22-7t FOR SALE New comforts and quilts. Apply 210 N. 13th St. Richmond. Ind. --, 22-7t FOR .SALE Walk Lumber, C W. 29-tf Kramer & Co. FOR SALE Soft and hard coal heat era,, bargains'; 1030 Main. Phone 1778. septlB-tf FOR SALE 3 H. P., A. C. Stanley motor, or wlITtrade for small dy namo. Commons Dairy Co. 18-tf FORSAL&Extra goodShrop. male lambs. Malt Starr, Boston, Ind 24 D, R. R. No. 2. 17-tf Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Sept. 27. Wheat $1.12 6iH$c 3sC Corn Oats Rye .... .,...1 ..7(ic TOLEDO GRAIN, Toledo, Sept 27. Wheat Corn . Oats ., Rye ,.. ,.... us4c ......I,... 4U4 71c PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK, Pittsburg, Sept. 27.-. , Cattle Receipts. 113 loads, extras $7, Hogs Receipts 30 loads: tops $8.65 Sheep Receipts 20 loads; primes $4.75; lambs, $7.00. Calves Receipts 1,000; tops, $0.25. CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, Sept 27. a .-,no- Wheat . . ............ . .vs, io.Sl.13 Corn ,, ,...ft.ftV.00c Oats .. ..... .... ..... .........40c Ry 73c ASKS FOR INQUEST Suit was filed in the circuit court today by Joseph Mitchell, through his attorney, William H. Kelley, against Frank Mitchell, petitioning Judge Fox for the appointment of a guardian and an inquest being held. Frank Mitch ell is thirty years old and has been confined in the county jail for several months. His estate is placed at a val uation of about $500. The petitioner hopes to place, the defendant in I the Eastern Indiana Hospital for - the in sane. JURY DRAWN TODAY Harry E. Penny, county clerk, and Jerry McDanlels, of Cambridge City, jury, commissioners, drew a list of names- to serve on the jury of the Oc tober term of court, which convenes next Monday. The docket has not been made up as yet However, the docket Is light In respect to criminal ci Aln&ticl Writing. Undoubted!? the most imiwrtaet In vention lu human history was that of tbe trt of alphabetical writing, .The tirst alphabet devised by the Pboe niciaus. who gav- the idea to the Greeks. They pa:sed it to the Ro mans, whose alphabet is the basis of nearly ail of our modern ones. Capi ta is were oned altogether till toe sev enth century, when smalt letters be gan to come In. Punctuation, unknown at Orst was Introduced about 230 B. c and was finally reduced to a system in 1300 by Aldus, the famous Venetian OOO Col tuinni mis WANT AD LETTER Li The 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 noon today as follows: Andrew 1 1 1 Cottage'. 2 Owner ;.l Exchange .... 2 Rooms 2 Mall will be kept for SO days only. All mall not called for within that time will be east 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 Jersey cows at Glen Miller Stock Yards. Phone 3744. 15-1 4t FOR SALE Male pigs (Poland China) A. H. Pyle, 5105C, R. R. No. 4. sept!3-14t FOR SALE Second hand furniture, stoves, etc.. at cheap prices. 1030 Main. Phone 1778. 24-tf FOR SALE Modern home, west sfdeT Also one in South End. 529 Main St Phone 1390. 4-tf FOR SALE Double house West Side! Good Investment, 529 Main St Phone 'J 390. 4-tf FOR SALE Excellent steamboat ac commodattons from Baltimore to Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll, 716 Main 8t 29-tf F0RSALEiettilrd horse power electric motor, direct current Phone 3133. 31-tf FOR SAIE OR TRADE An ideal su burban home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished heat, 415 Main. flat steam 27-2t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1825 N. A St 27-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms: elec tric lights and bath; 200 Richmond Ave. 26-7t HAS FISH STORIES Day Sergeant Moit Little, has re turned from a week's fishing trip to the lakes in Northern Indiana, where he went in company with A. G. Cook and Ray Kennedy of this 'city. Mort knows a bunch of new fish stories and as usual the ''one that got away" was the biggest in the lake. The genial sergeant states' that he had a fine time and (this is no kid either) that he really did catch a number of pret ty, big bass. 1 Special attention is call ed to the comma between the words pretty and big for the benefit of the more skeptical. BETTER TRADE EDUCATION. American Peiitratien Plans Industrial , Training cf Children, At the inxtaisi-e of the American Fed eration of tatxtr and of philantbropii pereons who are interested in Indus trial education far the children of workinjiuien, whereby they may be better fitted to engage In mechanical and other Industrial woric. a confer ence will be held la Washington on Oct. 10 by a committee which will de vise ways and means to forward the project. The last convention of the American Federation of Labor, held In Denver, authorized the appointment of such a committee, which should take up the subject of better trade education for the children. President Samuel Gom pers was to have appointed the com mittee, but in his absence it was desig nated by First Vice President James Duncan of the federation. The committee includes John Mitch ell, the cbairmsn; Frank DutTy. secre tary of the Carpenters International unloq; Commissioner of Labor Kelt. Raymond Bobbins of Chicago, Mrs. Wioslow of. Mssssebusetts. Janes Roach of Albany. X Y.; Edwin Hlrscb of Baltimore, John Worden of Massa chusetts. Jaroes Wilson of Cincinnati. John B. Lr-nnon of Burlington. III., and other persons prominent fn trades movements and social uplift work. Frank Morrison, secretary, and Sam uel Gompers, 'president.' of the Amer ican Federation of Labor, while net members of the committee, will work in conjunction with it. r Municipal Homes Fee Wertcimn. The municipality ef Genoa. Italy. Is constructing two Immense buildings, each to contain seventy-two snort ments. termed "popular booses.' for the pnrpeee of providing suitable living quarters for the workmen of the city. As Jt is an Impossibility to expand the building area of Genoa, every availa ble site being already occupied, there has been a constant increase of rentals on all classes of property. 1 The apartments in the new struc tures are to bo from two to fire no dm each, and the purpose la to rent each room at $14 a year. The present plana contemplate the construction of from 200 to 400 apartments, to contain ap proximately from &000 - tn MAO rooms. :' 1 Only laborers er salaried siuidsjiaa. with families, whose annual ftnf do not exceed $900, or If without fam- fiies 9900, am to bo admitted an ST COLD WEATHER makes you snuggle close to the stove WHY FREEZE yourself and family when you can Install a 1 MOQUL FURNACE and heat the whole house at a cost but very little more than a heating etove. $80.00 complete. Pilgrim Bros. 529 Maim FOR RENT Six room house, electric lights and bath, No. Ill Richmond avenue See A. W. Gregg, Hoosier Store. 25-3t FOR RENT Nice room, suitable for barber 'shop, corner of Richmond avenue and First street A. W. Gregg, Hoosier Store. 2!Wt FOR RENT Room, well lighted and heat: 205 N. 13th St 23-tf FOR RENT New. modern house of seven - rooms. Inquire 221 South 6th St 24-tf FOR RENT To Earlham students. nlcehiv furnish! hnmAltbA sMtnn electric light heated. Reasonable price. 900 National avenue, opposite west cam mis. 23-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Phone 3780. ' tl-7t FOR RENT Office rooms; apply A. G. Luken A Co. 21-7t FOR" RENT Five room house. $8. 22- f Phone 313& FOR RENT T. 1. G'X furnished rooms, cool light clean, shower baths, f 1.25 per week and no. FOR RENT Furnished rooms." beau with bath for gents, at the Grand. febtS-tf MISCELLANEOUS. CHAS. E. DAVIS, electrician. Wiring and repairtns of all kinds, 244 Pearl street Phone 3230. 25-t LOST. LOST One pearl drop ear Hag. with briuiant sets; return to 325 South 12th street and receive reward. It THIEVES ENTER COMMONS' PLACE; SAFE IS L00TE0 (Continued From Page One.) of the office. He stated that on Fri day evening be saw a man standing across the street from the office for soma time gazing Intently Into the room where the safe is kept Ho thought nothing of it at the time but now believes that the man was one of those Implicated in the affair of last night The police got busy right away and late last night arrested Charles Lot ttis and Alllo Earls, members of ths court house gang, who have frequent ly been in trouble. The boys stoutly maintain their Innocence, however, and declare that they had nothing' wnatever to do with the robbery. Ev en a dose of the "third degree" this morning administered by Chief of Po lice SUubach and Patrolman Long man was ineffective and failed to throw any new light en the matter or connect the suspects In anyway with the burglary. Chief SUubach declares that some of the members of the court house gang are to blame "as it is a bad bunch' and other arrests are ex pected to follow within a few days. GOES TO PITTSBURG The Rev. Charles Loehr, formerly of this city, put who has for the past ff ve years served as pastor of the Lutheran church at Cleveland, Ohio, preachei his final sermon to that congregation yesterday. Rev. Loehr has accepted a call to Pittsburg. Pa., la a Lutheran church there, .where he will begin his pastorate next Sunday. Rev. Loehr H the son of Mr. and Mrs. John. D. V Loehr of this city. MET All ODD DEATH Andrew McConnell, $2$ South Thir teenth street, lost one of his fine horses the latter part of last week in a peculiar manner. The animal was choked to death while eating oats. WATCH FOR THE FLIGHTS OF THE OlflO MEII (Continued From Pago One.) holding him up In the sir for two hours. who can get a glimpse of TIIOUSAIIDS RATES 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. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE s OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance. Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16, L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf LAUNDRY. -Dirty clothes made clean: If you dont believe it try us. Richmond 8 team Laundry- Phone 1251. feb23-tf Phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun dry at IS N. 9th. Work guaranteed. aug25-tf BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES. Bicycle , and Motor Cycle Repairing; Waking 4 Co, 4 M Mala. Phoa 2006, 22-tf FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMKYER DOWN ING. 15 North Tenth, Phone lilt. Private ambulance. 3-tf UPHOLtTERINQ. . J. q. RU88ELL. it South 7th Street Phone 1793. Repair work a apee AUCTIONEER. FAT BLACK, graudata auctioneer, Phone 5109 O. Centervtlle E. R. No, Il-i4t REAL ESTATE. For Reliable First Mortgage see Thompson. 710 Mala. i7-n SS3BBaBBSSaB RIAL ESTATE. Now for good 12 Renters. Thompson. 719 Main. 17-7t of the preliminary flights. People can see them from, Bayonne, South Brooklyn and the Battery. Curtlss's machine Is a pigmy beside Wright's. It is only twenty-alx feet across the plane, while his rival's J forty-five feet wife. A HISTORICAL PAOCANT. (American News Service) New York, 8ept J7. Elaborate ssd costly pageants will pass in review before admiring and cheerful millions of people lining Fifth avenue and the other central arteries of Now York City upon the occasion of the gals, bis. torlcal parade, which la to be a feature of the fortnight's Hqdson-Fulton cele bration on Tuesday, and of tho caml val on the night of Saturday. October S. which wUl bring the festivities to a close. , The utmost secrecy has surrounded the building of tho magnificent flnats that now await tho signal for their start upon tho superb prnorsslens But a limited number of photographs were permitted to be taken during their construction and pictures wf on ly a few of the representatlvs designs have been made publie sine their completion. So old New York Is on the qui vivo in anticipation of tho spectacle which will be unfolded. A Unique Spectacle. Every epoch in the evolution of hu manity, from the Garden of Edea to twentieth century life and manners, will be Illustrated and notable charac ters of the world's history will be ee- A El?2Qti ennniiQStli?au1Iii)iiQ C5wt3 cJ C1ALUZACLC UAIZZ nun Yw OOui ill ... "I snyed by appropriately eestasaod and carefully trained omxpaaiea of men and women. In the workshopa of tho Hudson Ful ton Celebration Conuntssion. at Itsth street and Exterior avenue in the Bronx, one hundred floats have been built without cotnsacrelalism by the Hudson-Fulton Celebration Commis sion for the free entertainment and Instruction of the public In the immense structure, half barn and half studio In appearance, a force of 300 artists, sculptors, papier-mache workers, carpenters, blacakmitha and painters have worked for. the past year and virtually none except the members of the Commission knew that they were at work. The results of their work, when seen upon the streets, will startle New York and its millions of visiters and evoke ap plause that will bo heard around tho world. Stoddard In Demand. The man In command of the parades and the building of tho floats for them, under tho general susorvMou of the Commission, is Cantata A. H. Stoddard and tho man who designed tho floats was B. R. Wlkatreea, who died on April tfch at work at his easel. Mr. Stoddard was for nineteen years tho captain of pageantry at Now Orleans and tho Into Mr. Win strom for morn than twenty years de signed tho floats for tho Mardt Ore there. Mr. Wlkstrosa. a few daye be fore his death, said that tho floats for the Hudson-Pulton Ceieorattem swore, eented his best work, and Mr. Stod dard is oaufldont that tho will surpass anything that he did for Km AtIasm Tho task of building these) fiesta was n serious problem far tho nfaters and mosanosn of tho Commission when tho parades were first dadoed npon. Even after tho snajsgssnent of tho Into Mr. Kikstrom and of Mr. Stoddard, they were still confronted with tho problem of obtaialag sxusmon fitted by practical sxpertoneo to do tho pe culiar stylo of work required sad It was found necessary to send to How Orleans for workmen skilled la this class of Using these men ss Instructor. school of float eonstrnotloo was vir tually established wtth skUloi (fsw York sculptors and carp on torn no pu pils, with the rosuTA that now the Now York eentlnsjent tn tho Coaaaalsslen's workshopa In tho quickest snd snoot skilled. Ons of tho moat tnterssthtj depart ments of tho Coamlsc4ona workshop Is tho modeling room in which three master sculptors, assisted by a largo oorps of both saoa and gtrla. has saod eJed tn day and plaster tho tlgares and opocts to bo used 00 tho floats. . Thn rotca skeleton of tho flgur has boon first built of lath and wtro tnaga and then masses of soft grsea clay have been patted oa that fkolstrsi Tho sculptors' ssslstants neat nsostjed that mass Into some nsnrtTsjiioo of Cm design with their hands, with woods paddles and with wire) scrnpsra, nnd then tho sculptor has carefuSy mod eled tho foataree of Uo fsoe and Cass of tho flgur. or tho oaact outSa at tho object to be pradnssi. no Cat. wow muaoou. k is as accural as tat statue am the art gaVortes. . What Mas Step a Tho aest atop has been tho taking of n plaster mould of tho clay model Tho papier macho wnraara have than takaa pessssalnn of ch Five or six layer of txda. per hav ha pasasd avar sassy part of the east and allowed to dry perfect- two by cutting through tho layer of paper sad tho plaetsr cast wherwapoa the paj ha bee oarofuJly with fine wire and tha tag covered with ad paper. finish and sMgJ. e macno figure stand a auMmat of rough soiutely every line of the snodeL There Is w tap. SW ....IT. - IHIitnEs Mi'z oa young wnrna ta the ntodet room who ha works a a equal basts with ta nasi sisfplsis aad has doa bar week without the aid of a Ve er lay aMdat Abaost ovary esasslMals sbjsst baa basa sssdslsd and mad hut paatsr tstian faunas af fir aad frrrr to aerate flgwre f ansa aad 111 n. a4 aa eagle that stands sfgHssa fast Intend wW an a gnu