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THE Bl?I3IOXD rAT,LADIU3I AND SLX TELEG RAM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1010.
PAGE SEVEX. ARE SPECULATING Oil APPOINTMENT 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 off 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 Watt Ado ColMmo. Democrats Now Wonder Who The Successor to W. M. Fogarty Is to Be. WANT NORTH INDIANA MAN For Yotuir Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branca offices are located in every part or the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yov- 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 Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. E St. CHILES & SON. 15th 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 C days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. ANY BOY anxious to earn money out side of school hours can secure a position with me. To my best boys I am going to give SAVINGS BANKS and cash prizes. The work is easy and does not interfere with school duties. W. F! Redrow, 234 South 11th street. WANTED Renters to own homes; easy plan. Box 100. City. 21-7t WANTED Woman to come to house to wash and clean. Phone 2916. 21-lt W A NT ED Man & Hill Co. for trim-saw. lxnick 2-2t WANTED Good unmarried farm hand. Start now. Big price for right man year round. Address Uptodate, care Palladium. 18-7t Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone Schwenke, Manager.) New York, Jan. 21. Open High L. & N. 118 14Si Great Northern 134 135 Copper..- 82 84 American Smelting 04 95 Northern Pacific 135 137 U. S. Steel 84 86 U. S. Steel pfd - 123 124 Pennsylvania , 133 134 St. Paul 148 149 B, & 0 116 116 New York Central 119 120 Reading ' .. ..162 163 Canadian Pacific ISO 180 Atchison 118 119 Southern Pacific 130 131 Union Pacific 191 193 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Jan. 21. Wheat Open High Low Close May ... 109 110 109 110 July ... 101 101 100 101 Sept. ... 96 97 96 97 Corn Open High Low Close May ... 68 68 6S 68 July .... 6S 6S 6S 68 Sept. ... 68 68 67 68 Oats Open High Low Close May ... 48 48 48 48 1 July 44 44 44 44 Sept. ... 41 42 41 42 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. Hogs !No. Av. Dk. Price 10 117 .. $S.00 3 360 .. 8.25 IS 163 40 8.40 50 155 .. S.45 55 149 .. 8.50 74 164 .. S.50 55 179 . . 8.50 24 264 360 8.50 52 1S1 .. 8.55 75 193 .. 8.55 52 210 .. 8.60 30 216 .. 8.65 27 22S .. S.65 74 225 .. 8.70 41 240 .. S.70 77 247 .. 8.70 56 274 .. 8.75 . INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies, 210 lbs. and up ?S.55$S.S0 Good to choice lights .... S.45 8.55 Best pigs S.00 8.25 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 5.00 Inferior to choice stockers 3.50 4.75 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers . ,$4.75$5.50 Good to fancy cows .... 4.00 5.25 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5.50 9.75 Fair to heavy calves .... 3.50 8.50 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 6.00 6.50 Good to choice sheep ..... 4.50 5.00 Good to choice lambs .... S.00 S.50 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 WANTED Girl to do general house work. Call at 5l3 Main. liMf WANTED Day-work- by- lady; call at SOS N. 16th St. 20-2t WANTED "General housework by girl; call at 1020 N. 16th St. 20-2t WANTErJ 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-tf WANTED cloth coverers. inniond Casket Co. 20-3t WANTED Married man to work on farm; must be experienced, sober and industrious. One with small Report 2330. George A. Low 147 133 81 93 134 83 123 133 148 115 118 161 ISO 117 129 191 Close 14S 135 84 95 136 S6 124 134 149 116 119 162 1S0 119 131 193 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts 100; prime steers, $G.25?.7;: butchers, $3.50&$6.0O. Hogs Receipts, 5,100; heavies, $8.5)0; Yorkers, $8.80 8.85. Sheep Receipts, 14,000; prime $0.50; lambs, $7.508.40. Veals Receipts, 750; common to chaice $7 .00$'$ 11. 23. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts, light; extras, $0.70 $7.00; primes, $G.40$6.GO; good !it.00rf$t5.:3. Hogs Receipts, 10 loads; prime heav ies, $S.83f$S.OO; Yorkers, $8.80; prime mixed, $8.83; mediums, $8.35. Sheep Receipts, 3 loads; primes $0.10 (if $6.35. Lambs, $O.O0rr$S.0O. Veals Receipts, light; common to choice. SS.iMXfll 10.25. Calves Receipts light. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Jan. 21. What $1.2 Corn U7c Oats 49 C Rye 73c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Jan. 21 Wheat $1.20 Corn TOVic Oats 51 tic Rye sic Clover seed $0.00 CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts. 482: fair to good shippers, $3.35$'3.23; common, $2.23 y$4.00. Hogs Receipts. 5.501: butchers and shippers, $S.0Oy$S.O7.'.; common $G.25j?S.10. Sheep Receipts, 2S0: tops, $6.00. Best calves. $4.75g$8.U5. Lambs Receipts, fair; $5.005$S.S5. RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $S.15$S.33 Good to heavy packers. . 7.S5 S.00 Common and rough 7.35 7.85 Steers, corn fed 4.00 5.50 Fat cows 3.50 4.25 Bulls 3.00 4.00 Address 53, care 14-St W VI ED Men to earn barber trade. Demand gter than supply. Grad uates splendid pay. Few weeks ;coBiPletes- Wages while learning. Unusual opportunity to start an Independent business. Cata logue lOttf1 free- Moler Barber Col 1 e ge, Cincinnati, Q. 21-tf place of fO" clty Property or farm, go rfcit.- Porterfleld'8 Real Es ate off Kelley Block. 8 tlx and M,r, f "' 14-ti FOR RENT. FOR RENT-"' burnished rooms, heat, with batbfc' sents, at the Grand. .-4 ,i reb22-tf FOR TENT Room, heat and 14 N. l2tJ St. bath; 21-7t FOR REST"-Furnished room, south room, heted, bath and telephone; 309 S.B. 21-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfleld. Kelly Block, sth and Main- 6-tf FORsALE r trade, a good grocery store. Address C, care Palladium. 21-lt FOR SALE English perambulator. Good condition. Willard Rupe, Phone 4129. 20-3t FOR SALE Moving picture bargain. 27 N. 9th St. show; 19-7t FOR SALE Farm brood mare cheap. Address B, care Palladium. 19-7t FOR SALE Walk Kramef & Co. Lumber. C. w. 29-tf FOR SALE Perambulator, baby cab, Veal calves S.00 0.00 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) $15$16 Oats 3537c Straw, baled $6.00(l $0.50 Corn 55((!.37c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu $1.15 Corn, per bu 55o Rye, per bu 70c j Bran, pfcfe-ton $24.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 Clover Seed, per bu $7.73 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. , (Runge & Co.) Timotny $1.90 $2.00 Clover seed $7.50S:$7.75 . POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..15j; Old chickens, per lb 15c Turkeys 1820c Ducks.. 13a COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 3Gc Eggs . ::r.c Country butter, per lb 25v?28c OLD CITIZENS DIE (Palladium Special) Cambridge City, I rid., Jan. 21. Monroe Develin and Marion WTallace. former residents of this place, died yesterday and their remains will be brought back to this city for burial. Mr. Develin died at Cleveland, Ohio, where he was visiting friends and relatives. His home however, is in Chicago. He was a son of the late Hon. Lacey Develin, joint representa tive to the Indiana legislature. He is survived by two sons and his wife. The burial will be in Riverside ceme tery. Tfiinpral Rprvirps will ho hpld at I the undertaking establishment of Neal Wright, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Marion Wallace was a former resi dent, but of recent years has been re siding at Marion, in the soldiers and sailors home. The body will be brought to Cambridge City for funeral service and interment will be in the cemetery at East Germantown. STIFF FINE He. bert Weist was arrested last Eight for giving liquor to Elmer Sau e , a minor, and in the city court this tiorr.ng drew the minimum fine of $-"0 f hd costs, which he paid. Weist is also t minor, being 17 years of age, al thou h lie could easily pass for 21. V ei ; absolutely and positively refused t ulge the name of the saloon keep e io sold him the liquor. FORTUNATE HURT While talking along North Eighth street this morning, William McGrew was seized with an attack of epilepsy and fell over on the sidewalk uncon scious. He was picked up and car ried into the Garfield school building. 1 lie city ambulance was called and Its man was removed to his home at 753 South Eighth streeL McGrew cut an ugly looking gash in his head by his contact with the brick pavement, and was unconscious for some time. fami;y"preied- Palltirlfaffll DRAWS WANT AD TTEI U EL E ST The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for raall n answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today aa follows: Box 53 3 R. A. K 1 D 2 M. M 1 Farm 1 W. H. B. Jr... 2 O. L. J 3 B 3 Mall will be kept for 30 flays only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out. been used one season; large and roomy; call 625 S. B street. 17-7t Live Stock Exchange 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, 2278. Qaar & Shuarley FOR SALE North D. -Large go-cart; 1118 19-St FOR SALE Fine residence lot, cen tral. Phone 2219 or 2220. 30-lmo HEATING Winter is here and for 5 months you HAD BIG MAJORITY Lewis Elected President of the Mine Workers Over Wil liam Green. HAYES IS VICE PRESIDENT (American News Service) Indianapolis, Jan. 21. The Mine Workers in their convention today adopted a motion offered by Delegate Green of Ohio, requesting the coal operators to come to Indianapolis for the joint conference on Feb. 1, instead of at Toledo. The report of the tellers on the official tabulation of the re cent election returns showed tbat.L. Lewis received 95,712 votes as against 71,515 for William Green, of Ohio, giving Lewis a majority of 23,597. Frank J. Hayes received 97,072 votes. a majority of more than sixty-three thousand over E. S. McCullough, for Vice President. ENDS IN F The fall term of the public schools will close February 11, and arrange ments are now being made by the school officials for the final examin ations, in which the term's work will be reviewed. At the high school, a small class will have completed the four year course, but no graduation exercises are planned because the expense would be too great. Instead those fin ishing in February will participate in the regular June graduation exercises with the members of the "June sec tion" of the senior class. The crowded conditions of some of the schools will be even more aggra - vated at the opening of the spring term than at present, juku stuuui en rollment will probably include 450, which is very large. At the Garfield school the enrollment is expected to be proportionally large. RIFE LAIDJO REST And the Little Town of Boston Mourns With the Be reaved Mother. STORES WERE CLOSED UP The funeral of Harry Rife was held this afternoon at Boston, at the home ; of his mother, Mrs. Mary Rife and ; was largely attended by a large num.- j ber of the relatives and friends of the j family. Rev. Daniel Ryan of Hymera, J Ind., National chaplin of the G. A. R. who endeavored so faithfully to save Rife, delivered an excellent sermon. The town of Boston mourned with. Mrs. Rife, the mother. Outwardly Mrs. Rife bore up with the same re markable fortitude which she display ed on the day of his death. Many of the stores and business houses were closed during the funeral The burial was in the cemetery near Boston. Friends of Harry Rife, acted as pall bearers. There were several floral offerings. EBRUARY will want comfortable rooms. It 1 not too late to Install not 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 chtaper next season. JUST SEE MEERHOFF 21-tf For Sale New "Kawley" Time Reg ister, 50irsam, Made by Grouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address Palladium 19tf FOR SALE Johnny get your gun at Wakings. He rents them 403 Main. 27-tf FOR SALE Brand new No. ." Under wood typewriter. For price call nhone No. lt74. 17-7t FOR SALE Farms and city property. If you have a farm, house, or lot tor sale, or house to rent see me. One percent commission on large sales. Kaufman. Hittle Block. 21-lnio LOST. LOST Gold watch pin between S. 21st St. and W. P. Haughton's resi dence. Spring Grove or on interur ban or street car. Phone 3650. 21 tf LOST Between Item office and Bee Hive Grocery, black astrachan col larette. Leave at Palladium. 21-lt A C. C. t L WRECK Occurred This Morning at Dent, Ohio, Between Two Freight Trains. TWO MEN SERIOUSLY HURT. (American News ServlcO Cincinnati, Jan. 21. Albert Tenney, a conductor, and George Moore, a brakeman, both of Peru. Ind., were se riously injured in a collision of freight trains on the Cincinnati, Chicago and Louisville road at Dent, Ohio, this morning. The former may die. PEDDLERS ARRESTED Donald Elmore and Frank Sheldon were arrested this morning by Pa trolman Wierhake and a charge of peddling without a license was placed against them. They will be tried in the city court tomorrow morning. The police are of the opinion that the men are wanted somewhere and will hold them until an investigation is made. TO GIVE AID (American News Service) Madison, Jan. 21. China is to be one of the prime movers in the world-wide campaign for woman's suffrage, ac cording to Lau Chi Chang of Canton, China, a graduate student in political science at the University of Wisconsin, who addressed the convention of the American Political Science association in New York. During the last three years meetings convened by women have hart much influence in Knrr nf ; the minor po,Uical matters j)articular. , -n boycotts The vomen of China have been aroused by the general suf frage movement, and are expected to have a large share in the democratiz ing and occidentalizing of the empire. City Statistics Marriage License. Raymond Roth, Hagerstown, 20, farmer, and Miss Bessie Brown, Hag erstown, 18, groom's parents consent ing to marriage. Round Trip Tickets Via C.C.&LR.R. To New Orleans, $23.45 Mobile, Ala $22.05 Pensacola, Fla., $22.05 On account of Mardi Gras Cele bration. Selling date Feb. 1st to 7th. Final return limit, March 7th. For particulars, call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A, Home Tel. 2062. I BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 1C. L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Kol, Fire and Accident In surance, 716 Maio 6treet- LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean; If you dont believe It. try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th Street Phoro 1793. Repair work a spec ialty 11-tf STORAGE. WANTED To store your goods; have just leased a building for that pur pose. 417 N. Sth. rhoae 177S. 4tf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds: all work promptly attended to; satisfaction , guaranteed. U239. Chas. Prices right. Davis, 244 Pearl. Phone it lS-7ta POLLED HEREFORDS. Two pure bred heifers, bred to a polled bull. VJne heifer calf, a bar gain. Phone SI 36. O. E. Fulghuni. lS-tf A Valid Reason. The Count Vat! Economize? The Countess Yes. Father says we are living beyond bis means. REPORT WALSH ILL Say Convicted Financier Re sponded to the Sick Call This Morning. HE HAS HEART DISEASE (American News Service) Leavenworth. Kan., Jan. 21. John R. Walsh, the aged ex-Chicago banker, who has just begun to serve his five year term in the federal prison here, was reported quite ill today. He oc cupied a cell alone and was handed a book of prison rules, which he stud ies. When the sick call was made in the morning Walsh felt so badly that he stood in line with the prisoners to ask the physician for attention. He was unable to eat anything. Walsh has heart disease and two examinations by the physicians show that he is feeble. No attempt will be made to have him take up prison du ties for several days. Walsh's quarters are not exactly in a cell. He has a cot in what is known as the open wing." The room is used by a number of bankers, guarded as are the other prisoners, but allowed the freedom of this large room. SHANK IS ORIGINAL He Suspends Saloon Keepers Five Hours for Sunday Violations. INTENDS TO CLAMP ON LID (American JCewa Service) Indianapolis, Jan. 21. Mayor Shank today adopted a unique plan of punish ing saloon keepers who were caught selling wet goods last Sunday. Two proprietors had their licenses "sus pended' for a period of five hours to day, during which time they were not permitted to dispense goods. A second offense will mean permanent revoca tion of their licenses. Several others will receive the same penalty of "suspnsion." If this concerns yon. read carefcSr: Dr. CaldweU's Syrup Peptla is positively roarao teed to core indigestion, constipation, sick bead ache, offensive breath, malaria and all diseases arising from stomach trouble. Terre Dante, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction Co. Eastern Division Trains leave Richmond for Indian apolis and intermediate stations at 6:00 A.M.; 7:25; 8:00: 9:23; 10:00; 11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:23; 3:00; 4:00; 5:25; 6:00; 7:20; S:40; 9:00; 10:00; 11:10. Limited Trains. Last Car to Indianaoolis. 8:40 P. M. Last Car to New Castle. 10:00 P. M. Trains connect at Indianapolis for Lafayette, Frankfort. Crawfordsville. Terre Haute. Clinton. Sullivan. Mar tinsville. Lebanon and Paris. I1L Tickets sold through. THAT PART OF THE STATE HAS BEEN NEGLECTED BY THE GOV ERNOR AND DEMOCRATS UP THERE ARE SORE. (Palladium Spvil Indianapolis, lnd.. Jan. "Jl.-The res ignation of W. M. Fogarty of Indianap olis as a deputy under the state ac counting board has led to a good doal of speculation as to who his successor will be. The governor has not dis cussed this subject and there is none who seems to have any Idea an to who it will be, but there is a feeling among democrats, it Is said, that the appointee should come from ltv northern part of the state. A deputyship under the accounting board is one of the best appointive ! sitions which the governor has at hi command and the democrats would like to see the appointment go to the northern part of th- state for political reasons, if for no ot'ier reasons. There, has been a great deal of talk among democrats that the governor has slighted the northern part of the state in hist appointments. Recently was thought that he would appoint railroad commissioner to succeed H. ' M. IVwliug from uie northern art of the state, but Instead he apHtinted a man from the extreme southern part of the state. Is North Indiana Sore? Along with the talk about the north part of the state being slighted, has come the word that those in that s'. tion or at least one of them. Mayor Lemuel Parrow of La port e. and Mayor Becker of Hammond, for example, do not feel friendly to the governor and would in case he should be a candi date for president, try to turn at least two of the congressional districts t some other candidates In the national convention. It is not known just how much of the feeling against the gover nor has arisen from the failure of the northern part of the state to get many appointments, but there la a feeling among some of the democrats that a few good appointments to the northern part of the state might remedy matters and put conditions into a little better shape for the democratic party into ths bargain. With John W. Kern acting up as he is and a few other things transpiring the democratic party needs about all the bolstering up It can get. It is understooa tnat me wora nas been conveyed to tne governor mai his appointment of a man from' south ern Indiana as a member of the rail road commission was not the best thing to do politically, but the irover- nor. It is said, has declared that he was looking for the best man for the place regardless of the part of the state from which he came. The governor. it is said, explained that he was unabH to get a man from the north part of the state who was just exactly suited to the plae although they might have been qualified In many ways. Pressure on Governor. Undoubtedly though, great pressure will be brought to bear by the demo cratic leaders to get the goprnor to appoint a northern Indiana man to the deputyship made vacant by the resig nation of Fogartjv And the demo crats, if they have the opportunity, will not be backward about trying t' find some northern Indiana man who will fill the bill. The resignation of Fogarty rhang the Democratic conditions In Marion county and Marion county is important this year because nine members of the legislature are to be elected from this county and that means nine votes for some candidate for United States Sen ator. If Taggart should be a candi date for United States senator, for ex ample. Marion county might furnish enough votes to put him safely over the fence. May Be Chairman. Mr. Fogarty. since he hax severed his c onnection with the state board of ac counts, and has again become a private citizen. Is the logical man for the democratic candidate .for the county chairmanship. Fogarty was county chairman during the last campaign, and under his leadership the demo crats elected all of the county officers except the Juvenile court Judge and all of the members ?.f the legislature from this county. If Fogarty will consent to take the chairmanship again there, is scarcely any argument that can be used against him. V. S. Jackeon was re elected state chairman because he was at the head of the state committee when a rlctory was won. Bernard Korbly was re-elected district chair man of the Seventh district, because he was the district chairman when a Democratic congressman was elected. The same argument can be applied for the re-election of Mr. Fogarty. He was at the head of the county commit tee when a decided victory was won by the democrats. SUIT AGAINST CITY William P. Robinson and Henry R. Robinson, trustees for the heirs at law and sale legatees of Henry E. Robin son, deceased, have brought suit against the city of Richmond, Penn sylvania railroad company and oth ers for $100 damages. The property of Mr. Robinson was damaged by con tractors for the West Side sewer in blasting rock. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAT.