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THE RICH3IOND PAI LADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1910.
PAGE NINE. DOG EXHIBIT IS. A SPLENDID ONE 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. 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. PALLADIUM o o o o o o Waot Ado ColMmme. Display of Bow-wows at the Pythian Temple Is Much Larger Than in 1909. For Yoinr Coeveeieece LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located In every part or the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yo- The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. tJRUENING & EICKHOKN, 13th and S. E street A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. P. HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. IL North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N. E St. CHILES & SON. 18th and N. C St. WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. G St JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St RATES I cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Board and room with pri vate family. Address 44, care Pal ladium. 12-lt WANTED Boy at Routh's Blacksmith Shop. 12-7t WANTED AlTTcinds of shoes and boots repaired; new work a spec ialty. We use the best material on the market. 306 S. 6th St. A. A. Li Niemann & Son. 12-7t WANT EDSTtuation to do housework by white lady. Address S. A. K., Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone Schwenke, Manager.) New York, Jan. 12. Open High L. & N 156 156 Great Northern 138 138 American Smeltirg 100 100 Northern Pacific 140 140 ' U. S. Steel 87 87 U. S. Steel pfd , 123 123 Pennsylvania ; 135 135 St. Paul 153 153 ,B. &O 117 117 New York Central 122 123 Reading 166 167 Canadian Pacific .. ..179 180 Atchison 120 121 Southern Pacific 134 135 Union Pacific 199 199 Copper 87 87 Northern Pacific Ex Div. 1 percent. CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Jan. 12. Wheat- Open High Low Close May ... 112 113 112 113 July ... 102 103 102 103 Sept. ... 98 98 98 98 Corn Open High . Low Close May ... 69 69 68 69 July ... 68 69 68 69 Sept. ... 68 69 68 69 Oats Open High Low Close May ... 48 48 47 4S July ... 44 45 44 45 Sept. ... 41 42 41 42 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Good to choice lights $8.70$8.80 Good to choice lights . . . 8.00 8.70 Best pigs 8.00 8.40 Best Steers Good to choice steers 6.50 7.50 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.25 6.00 Stock Cattle Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.75 5.15 Inferior to choice stockers 3.50 4.75 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers . .$4.50 $5.75 Choice to fancy cows .... 3.85 4.35 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5.50 10.00 Fair to heavy calves .... 3.50 8.50 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 5.00 5.50 Good to choice sheep .... 4.00 4.50 Good to choice lambs .... 7.50 8.50 CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati. Jan. 12. Wheat Corn Oats Rye ... ..$1.31 6Sc . .40c50c .S2cS5c EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. .East Buffalo, Jan. 12. Cattle Receipts. 25: prime steers ?.25$6.75: butchers' $3.00 $6.00. Hogs Receipts, 8.4O0: heavies, $S.S5; Yorkers. $8.70$8SO. 6heep Receipts, 7.200; best, $6.40. Lambs. $7.00 $aS5. Veals Receipts, 150: common to choice, $7.00Q$11.00. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg. Jan. 12. Cattle Receipts, light: extras $6.75 $7.00; primes $G.40$6.00; good $6 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St care Palladium. 12-2t WANTED Experienced buffers; ap ply at once. Richmond Manufactur ing Company. 12-lt WANTED Lathe men and Landis Grinder operators. Steady work and good wages. Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Mich. 10-7t WANTED Storage; have just leased building for that purpose. W. F. Brown, phone 1778. 12-tf WANTED Y. M. C A. Night School for men. Practical classes now en rolling. 28-tr Report; 2330. George A. Low 155 136 97 138 86 123 134 150 117 121 165 179 119 133 196 86 Close 155 136 97 138 86 123 134 151 117 121 165 179 119 133 196 86 $0.3O. Hogs Receipts. 20 loads; prime heav ies, $8.70$8.80; Yorkers, $8.70. Sheep Receipts, 5 loads; primes $5.80 (f$l.10: good mixed $5.35$5.75. Lambs, $.00$S.70. Veals Receipts, light: culls to choice, $8.00i$10.00. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Jan. 12. Wheat $1.27 Corn G7c Oats 4Sc Rye S2c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Jan. 12. Wheat $1.20 Corn 67V4C Oats 49c Rye sic CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Jan. 12. Hogs Receipts, 1,!00; butchers' and shippers' $8.55fj$S.G5; common, $0 g$8.00. Cattle Receipts, 537; fair and good shippers, $5.50$j.35. Sheep Receipts, 200; stron gat $2.75 (g$7.75. Best calves, $8.25. Lambs Receipts fair; tops, $4.50 $8.65. RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $8.15 Good to heavy packers . . . 7.75 7.S5 Common and rough .. .. 7.50$7.G5 Steers, corn fed 5.00 5.25 Fat cows 4. 00 4. 50 Bulls , 3.004.00 Veal calves $8.00 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) ...$15g:$16 Oats 3537c Straw, baled, $0.00 $6.50 Corn 5557c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu $1.15 Corn, per bu 55c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton $24.00 Middlings, per ton $27.0O Clover Seed, per bu $7.75 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Rung & Co.) Tlmotny $I.90$2.00 Clover seed $7.50$7.7." POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb . .15a Old chickens, per lb. 15c 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 WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right tc Porterfleld's Real Es ate office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tf WANTED To rent house centrally lo cated, with furnace, electric light, gas; barn. Address E. H., care Pal ladium. 7-7t WANTED To buy five or six room modern house. Call or address 1715 N. C. 6-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Good cook stove, good as new, fine baker, also an improved patented Globe washing machine. Call at 29 N. 11th St. 12-2t FOR SALE Little Red and English Clover seed; price right. Phone 2196. 12-7t F0R7SALE The Baumer place on Newman's Hill; fine place for Poul try Farm or Garden. 12-7t FOR-S ALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE No. 1 Red and English clover seed. E. R. Berheaide. Phone 1329. ll-7t Turkeys .lS20c Ducks .. los COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 35c Eggs 2S:30c Country butter, per lb I'ufeSc (Palladium Special) Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 12. Re ceipts 6,500 hogs, 1,700 cattle and 500 sheep, against 7,935 hogs, 1,846 cattle and 467 sheep a week ago, and 10,542 hogs, 2,461 cattle and 249 sheep a year ago. Receipts of hogs were about equal to the daily average this month. Local packers were about the only buyers in the field and took the offerings at 5 to 10c lower. A few late shipping orders stimulated the closing trade. The bulk of the sup ply sold for $8.508.60 and the top was $8.70. There was a small supply of cattle and calves available for sale, there being over six hundred on through billing. There were no more than the normal requirements of the trade and notwithstanding the unfavorable con dition of affairs elsewhere, prices held steady. Cow stuff sold strong compared with yesterday. Feeders were steady and bulls and calves strong. While there was a little in crease in the marketing of sheep and lambs, the supply was hardly large enough to accommodate even the lo cal trade and there was active de mand at steady to strong prices. Lambs sold for $5.00 $8.75, yearlings as high as $6.50 and sheep for $1.50 $5.00. HOLTON IS ELECTED Treasurer of Gaar, Scott & Company to Succeed Late C. H. Land. CHOSEN BY STOCKHOLDERS At the meeting of the stock holders of Gaar, Scott & Co.. Charles Holton was elected treasurer to succeed Char les H. Land, who died in Chicago last August, as a result of au operation for appendicitis. Mr. Holton at the directors meeting was recommended for treasurer. Mr. Holton will also continue to . act as purchasing agent for the company, in connection with his duties as treasurer. , TWO GOOD COMEDIES Judging from the protests entered to the mayor by the public morals committee of the ministerial associa tion, the public, police and press were led to believe they would have an op portunity of seeing two real naughty shows, "The Girl from Rector's," at the Gennett Monday night, and "The Blue House," at the Murray last night. Thes two shows, however, the said public, police and press have agreed, were not solar plexus jabs at morality, but rather were laughable, breezy farce comedies which caused gales of laughter which has never hurt any one, so far as the records show. It has been suggested that the public morals committee arrange to sejure more accurate advance "dope on fu ture theatrical attractions. IE STUCK WANT AD TTEi LI IE IT The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ado. 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: W. H. B. Jr...: D. Mall will be kept tor 30 davs only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out FOR SALE Farm3 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 Johnny get your gun at Wakings. He rents them 403 Main. , 27-tf HEATING Winter is here and for 5 months you will want comfortable rooms. It is not too late to install Hot Water or Steam Heat. 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 next season. JUST SEE MEERHOFF 21-tf NETTIE IS IN BAD Affidavit of 16 Years Old Cambridge City Girl Has Been Filed. BUT LASSIE IS MISSING Nettie Dinger, a Cambridge City girl of sixteen summers, who has fig ured in several rather sensational es capades ,has been charged with as sociating, in an affidavit filed in the juvenile court this morning by Pros ecuting Attorney Charles Ladd. An effort will be made to send her to a re form school. The Cambridge City authorities have registered a number of complaints against the girl, as a result of her alleged misconduct. Mon day she filed charges against a Cambridge City man, alleging assault and battery, but failed to appear be fore the justice of the peace when the case came up for trial. She has left the community. Miss Dinger was ar rested at New Castle recently and I charged with being a party to a black mail plot, but as the evidence against her was not sufficient, she was releas ed and the charge dismissed. Her mother is a Kentuckian according to the authorities. Her father is a bar tender. FILE ANOTHER SUIT Engledow Bros., of Bloomington, In diana, have filed suit in the circuit court against the Y. M. C. A. on a me chanic's lien, demand $400. The firm claims that it furnished cement to the contractors, Caldwell and Drake, of Columbus, Indiana, who constructed the building. Attorneys Gardner and Jessup of the association waived ap pearance in the case and it will be tried soon. The object of the suit is to force the contractors to come to some understanding with the associa tion, both that the association may pay the contractors what is due then? and that all debts against he associa tion may be wiped out. FILE REMONSTRANCE A remonstrance was entered at the special meeting of the board of works today by the property owners on South Seventh street between C and H streets, against the assessments for the improvement of a curb and gut ter which was ordered by the old board in December. In view of the re monstrance the action in the matter was deferred until June Gth, when an effort will be made to straighten out the difficulty. The board approved the assessments for the property own ers effected by the new sewer which was recently put in in the first ally south of Main between Second and Third streets. A VAN C ALIA WRECK (American Xews Service) Vincennes, Jan. 12. Twelve per sons were injured, several seriously, when a Vandalia passenger train which left Indianapolis was wrecked at Bruceville near Vincennes. Two passenger coaches jumped the track and turned over on their sides. Spreading rails was the cause. All the injured are expected to recover. For Sale New "aiawley" Time Reg ister, SQ-nm&n, Made by Crouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partrnent Store. Address Palladium 19 tf FOR SALE Fine residence lot. cen tra:. Phone 2219 or 2220. 30-lmo FORSALE Carriageand "sleigh; 503 South 9th St. 7-7t FO R S A LE Fr es h co wj t hor thor n; phone 512911. 7-7t FOR SALE Three shoats. 2 young sows. O. E. Fulghum, Phone 3136: 27-tf FOR SALE Walk Lumber. O W Kramer & Co. 29-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Ground floor storage. Phone 1956. tt-7t FOR RENT 6 room house with bath and electric lights, 209 W. Pearl. Phone 2477. 5-tf 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. 21-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22tf PLUCKIHGLnfE GEESE An Operation Necessary to Pro cure Good Feathers. LOCKING THE BIRDS' WINGS. This Trick Performed and Their Leg Bandaged Together, the Helpless Geese Are Ready, if Not Willing, Vic tims For the Expert Pickers. "Yes." said a manufacturer and deal er in bed furnishings, "it is necessary that goose feathers should be taken from the live goose If we are to study the health and comfort of people who think they must have feather beds and pillows. Dead goose feathers are not much better than husks to lie on and have not that great virtue of busks wholesomeness. "They say it doesn't hurt a goose to pluck it. but it seems to me that one might as well say that it wouldn't hurt a man to have bis whiskers yanked out by the handful. The reason they give for .bellevftig a goose doesn't suffer when its feathers are being plucked out of it Is that it never squawks or squeaks or makes a fuss while the plucking is going on. "Now, I believe it hurts a goose like the mischief to have its feathers pulled out, coming as they do from the ten derest spots on its body, and the rea son the fowl doesn't utter any protest prompted by pain is, according to the way I have sized geese up, because it is such a blame fool. A goose will squawk and clatter and cackle as if it were suffering more agony than a horse with the colic Just at the mere sight of you, but if you corner it up and pelt it with stones It seems to for get that it has a voice and will take all the punishment you give it without a further word. "The Pennsylvania Dutch farmers pluck geese today just the same as their forbears did time out of mind, and I don't know as there is any other way. It certainly couldn't be made any pleasanter for the goose unless the plucker held chloroform or some thing like lhat to its Dose while the plucking was going on. The geese to be bereft of their feathers are first got together in an inclosure used fvf the purpose. The perspicacity of geese may be strikingly made known to you when they are being rounded up in such an inclosure if there should happen to be a knothole in one end of it. the door being at the other. That door may be six feet high and three broad, but goose after goose will ig nore it and try its best to get through the knothole. Induced, though, to try the door, every goose will bob its head down as it passes through for fear of knocking it against the top of the door jamb, six feet above. "There Is a man or a boy in every neighborhood where geese are plucked who is an expert in getting the goose ready for the process. Not every one can do that. The wings of the goose j have to be locked together by a pecul t iar arrangement of the two near the j shoulder, and. while they are not tied or fastened in any other way. the lock is such that no goose can unlock it. ! The goose"s feet are tied together with a broad band of soft muslin, men it is ready for the plucker. "The plackers. who are almost al ways women, go among the geese with their heads and faces entirely covered with hoods fastened around the neck with a shirr string. There are boles in the hoods for the eyes and also at the nose to supply fresh air for breathing. From the neck down the pickers are covered with a glazed muslin garment to which no feather or down will cling. The pluckers will sit on low stools around a large and perfectly dry tub. Each takes in her lap a goose made helpless by its interlocked wings and bound legs and with rapid plying of her fingers separates the feathers from it. This is done with 6uch still, though, that the plucker rarely breaks the goose's skin or causes blood to follow the plucklnz.out.of a. feather. The air LOST. LOST Ladies rinsr. brilliants and tur quoise center. Reward if left at ; ..tfa 11t i LOST Black pocketbook containing ?.5.25 and key. Call phone 3494. Re ward. ll-3t FOUND. FOUND Dog collar: finder can have same by calling at Palladium office j and identifying same. 12-ot BUSINESS CLASSIF3EP INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORX. Automobile aud lire Insurance. Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. BMg. 13-tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Kol!. Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street. LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean; If you don't believe It. try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone J251. feb23-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th Street. Phoro 1793. Repair work a spec laltj. H-tt STORAGE. WANTED To store your goods; have Just leased a building for that pur pose. 417 N. Sth. Phone 1778. 4tf BRITISHERS VICTIMS OF A GREAT SWINDLE Harry Silverberg, a magnetic man nered ex-convlct. who all but hood winked British millionaires into clos ing a $60,000,000 Chilean railroad deal through him. At one time he mas queraded as the wealthy American, J. Coleman Drayton and made many his dupes. His identity has just been re vealed in London. Is constancy filled with the light featu ers during the plucking, but they set tle into the tub at last. "But there isn't as much call for the goose to- undergo this raping of its feathers as there used to be. Not one pound of goose feathers is used today where there were fifty pounds twenty five years ago. Odd as it may seem, asthma and bay fever long ago began to have a good deal to do with decreas ing the demand for feather beds and pillows. It was discovered that asth ma and hay fever bad an aCinity for such couches and bead rests; that nothing would start an asthmatic off for a cheerful night's wheezing so quickly as a feather bed. This dlscov ery spread, and tbe goose owes a great deal of its later day comfort to the asthma." Detroit Free Press. She Had Enough. As Mrs. May of BIrchdale Corners was leaving the exhibition ball of tbe county fair a man stepped out of a booth and accosted her. "Won't you enter." said he. "and see the startling spentharlscopic scintilla tions of radium? Mrs. May shook her head with a smile, however, for she Is courteous if not scientiac. "I'm obliged to you." she said, -but my bag is chock full of samples now." Youth's Companion. Made Very Clear. Tommy Pop. which is correct. "1 hall" or "I will? Tommy's Pop It depends on the sex. my son. A man says "I shall" and a woman says "I wilL" Philadelphia Record. Make your life your monument. Ben Jonson. The Hat Of The Besly. Tbe orrin arottod which an tbe other ercaas rrrolre. end opoa which they are tersely de peodeat for their welfare, is the stomach, when tbe functions of tbe stomach becoeae im paired, tbe bowels aad liver also become de ranged. To core a disease of tbe stomach, thret or bowels ret a 50 cent or SI bottle- of Dr. Cald well's Syrnp Pepsin at yoor drocTiet'a. It is tbe promptest relief for rowtipstsT aad dys pepaiaerer compoonded Vf&i) c v NOW JUDGING CHICKENS JUDGE STATES THAT IT IS THE BEST DISPLAY OF ITS SIZE HE EVER SAW SOME FREAK BIRDS ARE FEATURES. The dog show of the second annual exhibit of the Greater Richmond Poultry and Pet Stock association, at the Pythian temple, which opened this morning, is larger than last year's ex hibition and includes many dogs of very fine pedigrees. There promises to be close competition in certain va rieties for the prizes. Collies, bull dogs and terriers axe again the most conspicuous varieties shown. The judging of the dogs will be started tomorrow and all prize win ners will be tagged. Cash prizes are given this year, while last year, only ribbons were awarded. W. V. Zike. of Morristown. Ind, be gan the judging of the five hundred exhibits of poultry this morning. II announced before he began that this was the best show of its size which he ever had the pleasure of attending and was very much surprised at the. excellence of the exhibits. The freaks in the poultry exhibits include a three-legged duck and a one legged chicken. The duck belongs to Mrs. Frank Barker, living near Chest er. E. W. Zacharias, address not giv en, is the proud iossessor of the one legged pullet. Both birds are natural ly developed In all respects. OLER HAS RESIGNED Arthur Oler, patrol and ambulance driver, who failed to receive his re appointment from the new police com missioners, has resigned and today ac cepted the position, of brakemaa on the C. C. & L. railroad. William White was appointed by the board as Oler's successor. Until Saturday, when the reorganization takes effect, Harmon Wierhake will act as patrol and ambulance drjver. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Win. Derickson to Mary E. Marsh, PL N. E. Qr. Sec 29. Twp. 16. range 12, Jackson Twp.; $ 1 ,500. Lucile K. Mavr to John R. Jordan PL lot 630 E. Starr's Add. city; $3,000. Samuel McCain to Freddie Tull. lot 146 Benton Heights Add. city. John B. Dougan to Wru. O. Menden hall Pt. lots 1 and 2 Earlham Place Add. city; $2,500. Arthur Plumraer ,to Ida D. Plum mer lot 4, Bl. 46 Hagerstown; $1.00. John A. Bunnell et al to Martha Bunnell PL S. ,E. and 8. V. Qrs. Sec. 21. Twp. 17, range 13. PL' & W. Qr. Sec. 28, Twp. 17. range 13, Clay Twp. $12,250. Martha Bunnell et al to Otho I. Williams Pt. S. E. and S. W. Qrs. Sec. 21. Twp. 17. range 13. Clay Twp. $7,583.33. Leroy Harter to Elbert F. Ban son. PL N. E. Qr. Sec 4, Twp. 17. range 12. Dal ton; $100. Elbert F. Hanson to Hannah M. Harter, Pt. N. E. Qr. Sec. 4. Twp. 17. range 12. Dalton Twp.; $400. Low Round Trip Winter Tourist Rates To Florida tzi be ScCi ViaTheCCfi LLLH, Good returning until June 1st. 1910. Stop over privilegea at all points. UoiUt, Ala - - New Oriesss. Lsu. S32.59 Daytona. Florida ....... .$42.65 De Land. Florida 42.15 Key West, Florida 69.15 Knights Key. Florida 6.45 Melbourne, Florida 47.65 Jacksonville, Florida 36.05 Orlando, Florida 43.S5 Ormcsd. Florida 42.25 Palm Beach. Florida 54.55 Pensacola. Florida 29.50 SL Augustine. Florida .... 28.55 Sanford, Florida 42.85 Miami. Florida 58.05 Tampa, Florida 47.65 Havana. Cuba 78.50 Home Seekers Tickets to the South and West, on sale 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. For particulars call C. A. DLAin, Pass. 4b Ticket Agent, Home Tel 2062. Richmond.