THE RICHMOND PAIrLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1009
ANOTHER BLOW AT
JAPAN jS STRUCK
A Korean, Former American
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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.
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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.
Want Ado ColMmes
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For Youir Coeveoleece
LIST OF AGENCIES.
Branch offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest yoi The rates are the same and you
will save a trip to the main office.
South of Main.
BRUENING & EICKHORN. 13th
and S. E street
A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. H.
North of Ma.'n.
QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N.
CHILES & SON. 18th and N. C St
WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. O St
JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St
QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and
JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave.
and West 1st.
GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W.
J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St
T cent per word 7 days for the price of C days. We charge adver
tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion.
WANTED Young girl to assist with
general housework. 1213 N. A.
WANTED A general agent for
Wayne county; . this is something
entirely new and of great merit; for
particulars call on Mr. Terry, Ar
lington Hotel. 22-lt
WANTED Woman to do washing at
the. house. Call at .V S. 17th St 20-;5t
CALL a Postal Telegraph boy to de
"'liver your Christmas packages;
-quick service.. Phono 1071. 18-7t
WANTED Experienced men for glue
room. L6uck & Hill Co. 21-3t
Let the merchant Deliv
ery Deliver your Xmnias
Presents. Walter Mur
ry 5119 Main, Phone 42011
WANTED Lady correspondent by
farmer. Nice home, Independent
circumtsances. Box 49, Route No.
3, Richmond, Indiana. 21-9t
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Demand greater than supply. Grad
uates earn splendid pay. Few
weeks completes. Wages while
learning. Unusual opportunity to
start an independent business. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Cincinnati, O. 21-tf
There wil! be an Eastern
Buyer off Raw Furs at my
place Friday all day and
evening. Thehigests iraar
ket prices at 535 Main St.
RED B SALE'S PLACE
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and .fire insur
ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block. 8th
and Main. 6-tf
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
Lady . . .
1 Grocery 2
3 B. 0 1
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mail not called for within that
time will be cast out
Matting Rugs free to any married lady
that calls at room 15, over 721 Main
St., Thursday and Friday after
FOR SALE Farms and city property.
If you have a farm, house, or lot for
sale, or house to rent see me. One
percent commission on large sales.
Kaufman, Hittle Block. 21-lmo
FOR SALE Piano. orKan. Morris
chair, soft coal heater, hot plate,
gasoline stove, washing machine,
buggy, harness, and flynets, 1232
Ridge St. 21-7t
FOR SALE Johnny get your gun at
Wakings. He rents them' 406 Main.
WANTED A first class cylinder
pressman; also a first class job
pressman. Non-union. Good wages
to reliable and sober men. Refer
ences. Address J. N. Hurford, P.
O. Box 467, Cincinnati. 18-7t
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
red Men with experi
ence in Light Assemb
ling. Day work, and
Apply REO'nOTOR CAR
; COMPANY, LANSING,
MUCH HQ AN. V. 21 -7t
WANTED Y. M, p. A, Jfight School
for men. Practical classes now en
rolling. . 2S-tf
WANTED Storage; have Just leased
building for that purpose. W. F.
Brown, phone 1778. 12-tf
WE MAKE THEM LOOK LIKE NEW.
Stove Trimmings, Flat Irons,
Brass Beds, Table Ware,
Bath Room Fixtures.
RICHMOND PLATING COMPANY.
1029 Main Street Phone 1014.
New "Jiawley" Time Reg
ister, 50man, Made by
Crouse-Hinds Co. Syra
cuse N. Y. Just the thing
for a small Factory or De
partment Store. Address
lladium 19 tf
FOR SALE Dressed curb stone suit
able for building. Telephone 1247
or 2360. 29-tf
FOR SALE Walk
Kramer & Co.
FOR SALE New 6 room frame house
on car line. Hot air furnace, hot and
cold rain water, city water, artificial
gas and electric light Phone 1522.
Have Your Xmas Pack
ages Delivered by A. D. T.
Hessengers. Western Un
ion Tel. Co. Both Phones.
New, modern residence
7 rooms, bath, furnace.
Best location in the city.
Might consider trade. Tel.
3234 or "Home" care Pal.
-CASH OR PAYMENTS N
Winter is here and for 5 months you
will want comfortable rooms. It is
not too late to install Hot Water or
How about that cold room or your
Hot Air furnace. A Hot Water Radia
tor is a good cure. Prices are right
and materials will not be cheaper
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST TO CLOSE
OUT, CLOTHING, GENT FURNISH
INGS, SHOES, RUBBERS, HATS,
CAPS, SUIT CASES
A present goes with each purchase of Five Dollars
Geo. C. Ball, John Wehrley
Located No. 191 Ft. Wayne Ave.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms,
In private family. Electric lights;
bath. Address "J. T." care Palla
FOR RENT Six room house, S. V
near 12th. fine new; S12.uO. Fhone
FOR RENT Fumisbeu rooms, heat
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
Phone 2330. George A.
Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block.
New York, Dec. 22.
L. & N . '.. ..15714
Great Northern 143 14
Copper .. . . . . 88
American Smeltlpg 102
Northern Pacific . . ... .. .. . . ...... .. ..145
U. S. Steel ..' 9iy4
U. S. Steel pfd ., 125
Pennsylvania 1 135V&
St. Paul . . .7 ... . .. ........... .158
B. & O !...' ...117
New York Central 123
Canadian Pacific 179
Atchison .. .1. '..'.. .... .. ..121
Southern Pacific Vs. 13376
Union Pacific'.. 202
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle Co.,
Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke,
Chicago, Dec. 22.
I Open 'High Low Close
V, Dec. ... 115 116 114 114
T1 May... 1U 111 110 110
July; ... 101 101T 100 101
' '- Open ' High Low Close
Dec. ... 61 61 61 61
May!' 65 66 65 65
V Jj ... 65 , 65 65 65
i . i - Oats
f Open High Low Close
Dec, ... 43 44 43 43
May ... 45 45 45 45
July 42 43 .42 42
76 230 .. S.50
. 259 200 S.50
63 . 253 .. 8.55
Best heavies $S.405?$S.60
Good to choice lights S.25 8.35
Best pigs 7.73 S.00
Good to choice steers C.2o 7.73
Choice to fancy yearlings. 5.00 5.75
Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.50 4.75
Inferior to choice stockers 3.75 4.35
Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50
Good to choice heifers .... 4.2o 5.25
Choice to fancy cows 3.75J 4.75
Good to choice veal 5.25 9.25
Fair to heavy calves 4.00 S.00
Sheep and Lambs
Best yearlings 5.00 5.75
Good to choice sheep
Good to choice lambs
at Glen Miller Stock Yards. All kinds
of live stock bought sold or ex
changed for cash or negotiable paper.
Will pay market -price for veal calves.
Bring them Saturdays.
Phone, office, 3744.
Phone, Shurley, 4184.
Phone, Gaar, 227S.
Shurley & Gaar
Sheep Receipts, 2 loads; top year
Sheep Receipts, 3 loads; tops, $3.50.
Lambs, $8.40. '
Veals Supply fair, tops $9.75.
FOR RENT House of 6 rooms. 2014
N. E street, with hot and cold, rain
water bath, artificial gas, electric
light, hot air furnace. Phone 1522.
For a Xmas Gift nothing
nicer than a Sewing Ma
chine. R. M. Lacey 530
FOR RENT New six room house, on
South West Third St. Electric light
both kinds water. $12 per month.
Phone 3149 or call at 322 S. W. 3rd
FOR RENT Five room house, 33 S.
17th. Phone 1705. l'J-lt
FOR RENT Furnished
FOR RENT For cash, a 100 acre
farm. Geo. Barnard, Economy, Ind.
Next excursion Tuesday, Dec. 21st.
Now is a nice time to make this trip
and see the "Suburban Gardens,''
within a few minutes ride of Houston.
The orange crop . is being harvested
and other crops growing. Pack your
grip and go with us.
John E. Peltz
626 MAIN ST.
i , I, , ir i -i ri.n rinnrinnriri n n n n i
MOORE ft OGBORN. Automobile and
Fire Insurance, Bond. Loans and
Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg.
IS OUTGROWTH OF A PLOT
Hans X. Koll. Fire and Accident In
surance, 716 Main street
Dirty clothes made clean; It you dont
believe it. try us. Richmond Steam
Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf
J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street
Phore 1793. Repair work m speo
WILSON, POHLMEYER ft DOWN
ING. 15 North Tenth. Fhone 1335.
Private ambulance. 28-tf
LOST Monday between 5th St. and
Pennsylvania station, strand of gold
beads. Return to Palladium. Re
large number of packages
found in our store can be had by
calling and identifying the same. The
Geo. H. Knollenberg Co.
WANTED To store your goods; have
just leased a building for tbat pur
pose. 417 X. Sth. Phone 1778. 4tf
Highland Lad 121, grandson of richest
milker In Pan American Exposition.
Daughter tests 5.6 per cent, first
calf. In service at my farm. O. E.
PREMIER Yl. THE VICTIM, WAS
GREATLY HATED AMONG THE
ANTI-JAPANESE ELEMENT IN
(American Nw Service)
Seoul, Korea. Pec. 22. Premier YI.
the head of the Korean Cabinet, was
stabbed and fatally wounded today by
a Korean. Yle Chaumni Tons.
Premier Yl was formerly minister of
education in the Korean cabinet lit
became prime minister in May, 1007.
It was generally believed here today
that the attempt on the life ot the
Premier was an outgrowth of the re
rent plot which culminated In the as
sassination of Prince Hirobunl Ito, the
Japanese statesman and resident gen
era or Korea. He was shot and killed
at the railway station at Harbin. Pre
mier Yl was hated by the antl-JapaneM
party among the Koreans.
Killed With a Knife.
The attack occurred at 10 o'clock
in the morning. The assailant wms a
young Chrisitan who was for many
years a resident of the United States.
The premier was riding in his Jiniicka
sba when the assassin came up with a
long kitchen knife in his hand. He
drove this twice into the abdomen of
the premier and once into the latter
The assassin then turned on the pre.
mier's jinrlkisha man whom ha di
abled and instantly killed.
The assassin was Immediately ar
rested. He is a youth of about twenty
years and is believed to be a member
of a political secret society.
The premier was removed to the hos
Yi was always credited with foster
ing anti-Japanese sentiment In Korea.
He bitterly opposed the faction among
the Koreans which favored annexa
tion to Japan and refused to present a
petition for annexation to the Korean
Sure He Knew Best.
Mamma Dora, your father says that
that young man of yours, Mr. Hartt,
is deceiving you.
Dora But he isn't, mamma, for
asked him, and he said be wasn't Of
course be knows better than papa.
---t Boston Transcript
Indianapolis, Dec. 22.
Toledo, Dec. 22.
Indianapolis. Dec. 22. Receipts, S,
500 hogs, 1,150 cattle and 400 sheep,
against 11,754 hogs. 2,000 cattle and
3tfO sheep a week ago and 10,830 hogs,
1,224 cattle and 475 sheep a year ago.
Notwithstanding a decrease in the re
ceipts of hogs and a better demand
from outside sources, the market was
lower, in sympathy with unfavorable
reports from other markets. Pack
ers, after buying liberally yesterday,
were slow. Most of the hogs sold 10
j to ljc lower with several light weights
down to $8.00. Bulk of hogs sold at
$S.108.35 and the top was $8.45.
Cincinnati, Dec. 22.
Hogs Receipts, 3.M0O; tops, $8.30.
Cattle Receipts, 000; best bolognas,
Sheep Receipts, 300; tops, $5.25.
Best calves, $9.75.
TO FIND FAULT.
. .. 4.00?i 4.75
. .. 7.25 ?S 8.00
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
(Omar G. Whelan)
Timothy hay (loose) $15rt7j:iG
Straw, baled $6.00
Corn , 50c
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
New wheat, per bu $1.10
Corn, per bu 50c
Rye, per bu 70c
Bran, per ton . . . . . .$23.00
Middlings, per ton
Clover Seed, per bu.
' No. Av. Dk. Price
7 ' SO . . $7.S5
6 333 .. S.10
SS 161 .. S.13
5 154 .. 8.20
14 178 .-. 8.23
26 157 g 30
64 168 40 S.30
HI 171 .. 8.30
62 170 .. 8.35
. lOtV..:. 187 30 8.35
"V 1 i 179 .. 8.40
Jf?;.;; .Vi ; .. . . . 1 194 .. - s.40
ti' .... 205 .. 8.40
f IT 213 80 8.40
. ?0 203 8.45
61 218 40 8.45
Cincinnati, Dec. 22.
Corn .... .
EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East Buffalo, Dec. 22.
Cattle Receipts, 150; primes, $6.50g
Hogs Receipts, 4,200; heavies $S.40
Sheep Receipts, 4.000; best $6.00.
Veals Receipts, 200; choice, $10.00.
Pittsburg, Dec. 22.
Hogs-Receipts 15 loads;
RICHMOND SEED MARKET.
(Runge & Co.)
Clover seed $7.50$7.75
(Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..13c:
um cnicKens, per lb 150
Creamery butter, per lb 34c
Country butter, per lb 25g2Sc
He The love I have declared for
yon, my dear. Is a perfect love.
She And . will you swear that you
have never loved another? '
He Ah. darling, you forget that I
just told you that practice makes per
fect. -. ..-o.:,,, ; -. . .
Peopls Arc Sometimes Paid For That
You have no idea how many things
are wrong in a big business until you
are paid to look for them, writes Ge
lett Burgess In Collier's. There were
the clocks, for one thing, when I first
began. The girls wore too many rats
In their hair, there was grease on the
elevator doors, expensive hats were
dumped one on another, the ventila
tion was bad. the boxes on the shelves
showed from the street through the
show windows and about a thousand
other things. Then Spindelheim sold
teapots just like our eighteen cent
ones for 14 cents, and for a concern
like Smith & Co. to be undersold is
fatal. ..There's really nothing that so
enrages Mr. Smith; also Rubinstein's
window dresser has beaten ours, too.
at times. Down it goes in my little
report. Wouldn't any woman love my
Yes. It's fun to be paid for being a
misanthrope, but it's hard work too.
At 9 o'clock I begin my promenade
through the store downstairs, up
stairs, basement, attic and annex. If
a girt at the counter has dirty finger
nails or too wide a pompadour to suit
me I stop and talk pleasantly, buy 9
cents worth of edging and so get her
number irom the sales slip. She nev
er knows anything about It till her
superintendent gives her a scolding the
next day. I have eyes like a hawk
and a nose like a hound and ears like
a small boy under the sofa when a
young man's calling on big sister. In
ten minutes 1 have spotted the dost
in the corner of the aisle, a girl who
wears brass bracelets, a porter who Is
not attending to bis duty, a badly ar
ranged counter, an error in spelling
on a placard, two store detectives loaf
ing on their Job and a hideous com
bination of colors in the front window.
I go to the ladies' room and make a
not of these . things surreptitiously.
I dont dare go there too often, though,
for fear 111 be Identified, so sometimes
I run back to my office, two blocks
awa j. so It goes till about 4 o'clock,
rttfr-r mait.ta asAxosy lee.
Ing rdr trouble. It doesn't do a cler
any good to be uncivil to me, 1 can
tell you, or to make me wait too long
for my change, but 1 try to be fair,
and if I find a particularly willing and
considerate sales person down tbat
name goes In my report too. You
might suppose tbat tbere'd be good
graft in that; but, of course. I keep
my position only so long as the head
of the firm has absolute confidence in
my integrity. The funny part of it is
that the more I complain the better be
likes it. I'm like the opposition party
in congress. I'm never satisfied.
When I am I'll have to look for an
At 4 o'clock I go back to my little
office and dictate my report from my
notes to a stenographer, and when it's
typewritten 1 send it to the head of
Marced Prevost has written an ar
ticle for a Paris publication on the
subject of "Fashions of the Period,"
in which he discusses at length the
methods employed by women to grow
thin. He denounces them all as in
jurious to body and mind, with the
one exception rational exercise.
A CALL BY VVARFEL
Issued for Meeting of Republi
can Candidates Thurs
day Evening. ,
DESIRE A CLEAN PRIMARY
Republican candidates for the nom
ination ot county offices have been
called to meet at the Commercial club
rooms tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock,
in order tbat steps may be taken to
have a clean primary next February.
The call was Issued by Ed Warfel
secretary of the republican county
central committee. The meetinr is a
very Important one and It is neces
sary that every candidate be present
Gold Medal Flour In rhnnHi If. Km
too more loaves to the sack. EcreiMU.
- Marriage Llcena
William Raymond Polley. 21. farmer,
of Bethel. Ind.. and Aita Maria Skin
ner. 20 of Bethel, Ind.
Henry Hobson Glascock, 37. electric
al engineer, of Chicago, and Ruth Ev
elyn Wood, IS. of Richmond.
Deaths and Funerals.
LIPSCOMB Bulah, the six weeks
old child of Mr. and Mrs. William
Lipscomb, living; In the rear of 1113
Sheridan street died yesterday. The
funeral was held this morning at 10
o'clock at the home. Burial was in
Fountain City cemetery.
SCHARFF Carl F. Scharff, a child
woo died at the home of Ha parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scharff. 316
South Second street, will be buried
tomorrow afternoon In 8L Andrew's
cemetery. Short services will be held
at St Andrew's church at 3 o'clock
In the afternoon.
L1EXEMANN The funeral of Mag-
dalena Lienemann who died at her
home 807 South IS street will be held
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at St
Andrew's church. Burial will be In
cemetery of the same. Friends may
call at any time.
Mrs. David E. Lucas and Mrs. Mary
E. Ide are the leaders in a movement
to put married convicts at work on
farms and to apply their earnings to
the support of their families. Mrs.
Lucas has offered a tract of four thous
and acres of land In Colorado for the
use of convicts for five years.
For the next few days we will offer music cabinets at cost Just what the
young lady will appreciate as a Xmas present. ' ...
also make very tasty Xmas presents. We have them
in Bird'seye, Mahogany, Golden Oak and Mission,
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