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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, FEBRVAItY 11. 1910.
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. For Your Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yo- The rates are the name and you ;will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENINO & EICKHORN. 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL. 8th and S. P. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. IL North of Main. QY7IGLEY 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 HO bicycles, revolvers, guns, gents' suits, shoes, etc. J. M. liUcey Loan office, Cor. 8th and Main. 1-lmo WANTED To rent ? or 4 rooms, fur nished or unfurnished. Charles C'opeland, Windsor Hotel. 11-lt WANTED HoiiseTwork in a small family. Address 35 South 6th St. 10-2t WANTED Monkey fur. Call phone 1102 or 013 S. A St. 10-:;t WA NTE DB"byof 1 6at siarYlb'iano Works. Apply to W. Erk. 10-2t WANTED Screw cutting lathe, with hollow spindle. Must bo in good shape. The Ashman Heater Com pany, New Paris, Ohio. 10-7t VANTEDTobuylot"s:ith90 ft. front. Phono 143. 8-7t AVANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school for men; classes now enrolling. VANTEIustomers for country butter, eggs and chickens. Also border by day, week or meal. 23 S. 7th. 3-7t WANTED Metal pattern makers. Standard Pattern & Mfg. Co. 3-tf Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Famished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone 2330. George A. Schwenke, Manager.) New York, Feb. 11. Open High Low Close L. & N. 1471,4 149 1474 14S Great Northern lMV 1;5 B!6 KJtHi Copper 7414 " "37s 76 American Smelting tfO'i S3 S0 S2H Northern Pacific 136 135 135" 136"t U. S. Steel 7SV 79' 77 7s U. S. Steel pfd 410 119T4 119 119 Pennsylvania 131T 132 131"s 132 1 St. Paul 143Vi 144 143H 144 B & o 110 , 110 lll1-s New York Central HSU H 9 1 1 s 14 1 1 i V ' Reading 160? 103 160 162 Canadian Pacific I80 ls0 Atchison - H1U 1147s 114 111 Southern Pacific 3 323 124 Union Pacific 3S2 184 181 182 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtello & Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke. Manager.) Chicago, Feb. 11. Wheat Open High Lov Close May ... 111 111 110 111 July ... 102 102 101 101 Sept. ... 97 97 97 97 Corn Open High Low Close May ... 66 67 66 66 July ... 66 67 66 66 Sept. ... 66 67 66 66 Oats Open High Low Close May ... 46 47 46 46 July ... 44 44 43 43 Sept. ... 41 41 40 40 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. REPRESENTATIVE SALES HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price 7 49S .. $8.23 41 14S .. S.70 20 97 .. S.75 23 156 .. S.75 41 165 120 S.73 5S 1S2 .. S.75 2S 193 120 8.75 76 1SI .. S.S0 49 190 .. S.S0 72 207 4t S.S0 69 227 240 S.S0 68 JS.1 SO S.S5 46 214 160 S.S5 43 227 .. S.S5 71 197 .. S.90 63 226 160 S.90 73 23:1 40 S.90 73 245 40 8.95 64 267 SO 9.00 62 276 160 9.00 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies, 210 lbs. and up $S.SO(?i$9.00 Good to choice lights S.73 S.90 Best rigs S.25 S.75 Best Steers Good to choice steers ... 6.23 7.00 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.00 Stock Cattle Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.75 5.00 o Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Fairvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 SheridaD St. WANTED Young energetic married man for stock and dairy farm; give farm experience and references. Ad dress O. H. Harrison, over 901 Main St. WANTED Girls to learn the millin ery trade at Kielhorn's. 9-3t WANTED Place for dry cow in coun try for two months. State price for keeping. Address C. M. Lyons, Pal ladium. 9-tf WANTED Monkey fur, call phone 142 or 91". S. A St. 9-;U 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 E3 Ate office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14 tf TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray, 519 Main. Phono 4201. 27-tf Report Inferior to choice stockers 3. Common to fair heifers.. 2. Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers .. 4. Good to fancy cows 3. Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5. Fair to heavy calves 3. Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 6. Good to choice sheep 4. Good to choice lambs 8. 50 75 7 off? 75 r(p 50 00i 50 75 00 H 4.75 3.55 6.00 5.25 9.75 S.75 7.00 5.50 8.75 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Feb. 11. Cattle Receipts, i::o; prime. $7.25. Hogs Receipts. ;;,40O; Yorkers, $i).2-": heavies $i.ir. Sheep Receipts, 13,OtX; prime. $7.X. Lambs, $8.1. Veals Receipts, 7: choice, ?10.50 PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Feb. 11. Cattle Receipts, light; extras, $rt.So; primes. $.!.7. Hogs Receipts, 14 loads; prime heavy and Yorkers. ?;.10. Sheep-Receipts, 4; tops. $0.73. Lambs, ,S.75. Calves, choice. $10.25. iNDlANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Feb. 11. Wheat ! Corn Oats . S 1 , . . OV'Se . 47'-c Rye . .NX- TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Feb. .11. Wheat Corn Oats Rye Clover Seed . . .1.24 , . .t 'V'VC .. .4!SC Sic . . .$S.4t CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati. Feb. 11. Cattle Receipts, into; tops. $j". Hogs Receipts, "J.tioo; tops, SP.iM. Sheep Receipts. -'n: tops. $5.1X. Best Calves $4.75t$S.50. Lambs Receipts, 400; tops, 5S.65. PALLAD1U o o Want Ado FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cit property and farms, merchandise stocks ard fir6 insur ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block, fcth and Main. 6-tf FO R S A ! 7hl-G ood, well i Hi pro v ed farm, fine location; price $100 per acre. See J. E. Moore, over No. North Seventh St". !Mf FOR SALE Feb. 17th. Public sale of ' between 25 and 40 head of heavy work horses and mules. Three miles east, of city on our farm near State line on 1). & W. traction line. Stop 10fi. Sale begins at 12:0. Miiier & D.igler. 9-Tt FOR 5ALE5 room house1 electric light; 43 foot Set Most seM soon because off Serving the city. 438 5. 114th. 2S7t FOR SALE Quick, 200 acres, tine grain farm, level, 5 miles north Richmond, bargain. 132 S. W. of Centerville, Nolansfork bottom, ex tra good, a bargain. Call or write A. M. Roberts, 1525 N. A. 7-7 1 FOR RENT Furnished room, 114 Main. 1 l-2t FOR SALE Good house, barn and 2V4 acres at Whitewater. Benj F. Harris. ll-7t FOR SALE Beagle pups, M weeks old. will hunt next fall. See Lewis E. Fahlsing. . Phone 4170. 1 Kit FOR SALE Wooden counters; Ar cade Theater. 11 -7t FOR SALE Modern room house, good location, bargain; leaving city. Address "Bargain," care Palladium. S-7t Jones and WiSsora 120 acres 90 acres tillable, -10 acres in good pasture, good buildings, on stone pike, mile from church, school and village. This is a bargain. Good city properties for sale. $500.00 to loan on mortgage. ;:I3 Main St. Phone 17C2. Over Irvin Reed's Hard ware Store. FOR-S ALE acres goodi-room house, good barn, half mile of trac- RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 25a) pounds , .S.nv;.;.,"0 Good to heavy packers ... 7.754 S.oo Common and rough ;.ch 7.00 Steers, corn fed 4. "ut, 5.5o Fat cows ;:.hi 4.25 Bulls :;.:oc,; -4. Oo Fat bulls -i.iHti 4.5) Veal Calves AHa s.;k RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) Sl.'ffiSlO Oats "5'(7.;7c Straw, baled, $(!.oo(J St;.30 Corn GOc. RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu ?1.1j Corn, per bu 5Sc Rye, per bu 70o Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $28.00 Clover Seed, per bu $7.25' RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Timothy $l.iHK;S2.H) Clover seed .S7.hs-7.5 ) 1 POULTRY. I (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) j Young chickens, dressed, per lb lS J; 20c Old chickens, per lb !Sfri20c Turkeys 18 22c Ducks COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb Eggs Country butter, per lb ' City Statistics Marriage Licenses. Alvin Baker. Richmond. 47. carpen ter, and Mrs. Carroll Mullen, Rich mond, 21. Deaths and Funerals. GRAHAM Glen J. Graham, aged 5 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. John II. Graham, died this morning at. the home of his parents. :;i5 North Nine teenth street. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at 2:3. o'clock. The burial will be in Earlham ceme tery. Friends may call any time. MEYERS The funeral of Mrs. Pau line Meyers will take place Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the home of her son. J. P. Meyers. 25 North H street. The burial will be in Cam bridge City in the Riverside cemeterw AGED PAIR SUICIDE (American News Service) Cincinnati, Feb. 11. -Henry Staber macker, aged eighty years, and his wife, Matilda, aged eighty-two. com mitted suicide together at Hamilton, a suburb of Cincinnati, this morning. A personal not left, stated the cause of their act was that the price of food rendered it impossible for them to keep the wolf from the door. M o o o CoUtminniini. WANT fC B p IT V Tne followins are repl.es to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great j favor by calling for mail 'n answer j to fhe'.r ads. Mail at this office up to j 12 loos today as follows: Pox 5" Piano Bargain . . . Up-to-date Bookkeeper . 1 . .1 . 1 Mail will be kept for 30 days only, j AH mail not called for within that time will be cast out. j tion. Will take nice city property j in part trade. St;.", an aire. Kauf-1 man, over ss Main. T-tf : Live Stock Exclhiaini: at Glen Miller Stock Yards. All kinds! of live stock bought, sold cr ex- j changed for cash or negotiable paper, j Will pay market price for veai calves, i Bring them Saturdays. Phone, office, S744. Phone, Shurlcy, 4 IS 4. Phone, Gaar, i'278. Qaar &. Shmr'ey FOR SALE Peninsular heating stove. cost $2::. 00; will sell for $10.00;, 117' N. W. ::rd St. io-:;t ; FOR SALE Plymouth cockerels, cheap, O. E. Fuighuin, Phone :!l:;ti. j HMf j FOR SALE Frr-Fh legistered Jersey j heifr; calf heifer eligible to regis-' tcr. Harry J. Malon, Route 2. I'hone 5l::sil. S-7t FOR SALE Barred Reek Cockerels for breeding. P. L. Ross, U0 S. 22ml. 5-7t FOR SALE -Desks. chairsTlypcwritcr and other office equipment. Sec Walter Knollenberg. at Knollen brrg's store. 7-tf 10 acres; new house; good barn; level L. BESSELMAN DEAD Louis Resselman, formerly of this city, died at Seattle. Wah., this morn ing from the effects of a:i operation. Word was received of his death by local relatives this morning. Mr. Bcsselman resided in Richmond about twenty-five years ago. After leaving this city he became a traveling sales man with headquarters at St. Louis. About three months ago, however, he moved to Seattle w.-ere he became engaged in the fruit business, owning a large fruit ranch near that city. Besides Lis wife, who was formerly Miss Minnie Iloerner. also of Rich mond, the deceased is survived by two small children. He is also sur vived by his mother. Mrs. Dora Bessie man, two sisters, Mrs. Frank Haner. Mrs. Ella Bessleman, all of this city and another sister, Mrs. Fred Ris of Des Moines, Iowa. The body will ar rive here Tuesday for funeral services and burial. 10 ABANDON OFFICE The postoffice at Deerfield, Ran dolph county, is to be discontinued after a long existence. It has been found that the patrons of this office may be served just as efficiently by rural carriers. This office is of lo cal interest because Hon. Isaac Jenk inson accepted the postmastership there when he was but nineteen years old. This was his first public posi tion. Mr. Jenkinson well remembers this office and it is not without regret that he heard that it was to be dis continued. PAID UP 0L0 TAKES The delinquent taxes on various sec tions of the right of way of the Evans ville and Richmond Traction compa ny, were paid this afternoon by Attor ney' B. F. Harris, representing the stockholders of the company. The to tal amount was $31.".. A number of farmers, through whose property the right of way runs, had intended to buy the land in. BRUTE IS EXECUTED (American News Service) Richmond. Va., Howard Little of Bu chanan county, who murdered six per , sons last September and William Blake j (colored? of Norfolk, convicted of a : single murder, were electrocuted in the !; penitentiary this morning. Neither confessed. j Beginning with 1SS7, when Speyer & Co.. raised $1V" for Mexican railroads, about !.oi.'io.c 0f American money has poured into Lat in America. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY I cent per word. 7 days for the price cf 5 days. Vv's charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. land; plenty of fruit; 3 miles fioin town; $4.o!X. Kaufman, Hittle P.lock. 5-Tt FOR SALE Bay hoise. iiev: buggy aad harness. I'hone ; 57. 7-7i TURNER" W." HADLEY collects rents, sells and rents property, writes Fire Insurance, 103 Main. Phone 1M4. G-7t FOR SALE Some extra fine bar- j gains in lots far the Spring trade, i Ferguson Investment Co. 1-tf i FOR SALE Six room house; good I condition: reasonable, one square from tar line. Phone i:l'.'. : . 1 -1 r P0ir'SAl--Wa:k'""Luaib9rr"c:"" Kramer ft Co. I'D-tf For ale New 'Iriawiev" Time Rsg- lister, S0rnamt Made by Croi3S2Kinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. iList the thing ?g '. for a siraaSi Factory cr De psrtiment Store. Address Palladium - FOR RENT 1. 29tf FOR RENT FaruisfceC rooms, beat, with bath for seiUs. at the Grand. reb22 tf FOR-RENT FuTi7ishd flat for house keeping, steam heat; 415 Main St. 1 l-2t FOR-RENT trfooin house at SNortfi 2nd; SlO.Oo per month. Phone ::i::. Irt-tf . FOR RENT 5 room houses from $11 to $100 per month. Geo. B. Moore, Phone 2159. 10-tf Foil RENT Nice furnished rouiu for one or two gents; 215 S. 11th. 10-2t FOR RENT 1 Phone 2277. room flat 1237 Main. C-7t LOST. LOST On Feb. 5th one bushel tim othy seed on S. 9th St. or Boston pike. Nait Starr, Phone Boston 211). 9-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. JUST SEAS OF MUD Eighteen patrons of the post office who live in Riverdale, on streets which are now practically impassable, were notified today by Postmaster .1. A. Speeknhier that unless they erected mail boxes on North V street, they would have to come to the -t office for their mail. These patrons are served by a mounted city carrier and in many places, the mud is hub deep. The postal department has given strict orders lhat unless the streets are in good condition, the carriers are not bound to deliver the mail. The order of Postmaster Spekenhier is ef fective February 20. LECTURES BAD BOYS Albert Dadisman, Raymond Gehring and William Lane, three small boys. aged respectively 10. 11 and 12 years, j appeared at police headquarters this morning w ith their parents and were ' made to give an account of their tin- j ruly actions to the big chief and pros- ' ecutor. The boys have been making , life miserable for the merchants ! along Fort Wayne avenue by tearing down signs and committing petty thefts. The youngsters will be bound over to the juvenile court. BILL PASSED TODAY (American News Service) Washington. February 11 The Sen ate today passed Beunets '"White Slave" bill which already passed the house. A RULING BY ENGLE. Judge James S. Engle of Randolph county who acted es special judge in 1 the damage suit of Charles J. Ayres j against William Drinkwater and ot.h- j ers, rendered his decision this morn-j ing. He decided that the defendant, j William Drinkwater. should recover ' the costs of the prosecution, insofar as he alone was concerned. BOTH TOOK PRIZES. J. C. Thurman and O. C. Krone, both of this city who exhibited single comb buff leghorns at the Indianapolis Poul try and Pet Stock exhibition have re ceived word that their birds won prizes. Mr. Thurman had the third ; best cock, hen and pullet while Mr. ; Krone's prizes included, first on cock ; and second on hen. The latest step in conservation Is j the introduction of a bill by Delegate J Wickersham of Alaska, providing for a national coal reserve. The principle is that of the national forests. He suggests that congress set aside In perpetuity a national coal reserve of fifteen thousand acres of the beet coal bearing lands in Alaska, a board cf three experts being appointed for that purpose. This national coal re serve may be augmented by the recov ery of private coal lands, obtained im yroperly or fraudulently from the United Etates, RATE; B CLASSIFIED r INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Icuracte. EsonJa. Loans and Rentals. Room 1C. L O. O. I. BHg i 13-tf INSURANCE. KoH, Fire and Accident In Har.3 N eurance. ri6 Main street. LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made cieaa: If yoa don't believe it. try xz. Richmond Steam Laundry Phcne 1251. feb23 tf UPHOLSTERING. . H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street. Phore 1793. Repair work a spec ialty . li-tt STOP.AGE. WANTED To store your goods: fcnvo J ist leased a building for that pur - pose. 417 N. Sth. Phona 177S. 4tf BICYCLES. Latest 1910 spring fork bicycles at Waking & Co.: if vou buy early you get a bargain; 100 Main. Phone 2000' 0 tf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds; all work promptly attended to. Phone 2229. Chas. Davis, 244 lVarl. 5-1 mo SHOE REPAIRING. Have moved my shoe repairing shop from 55 N. I3th St. to 210 N. 2nd fct root. Would bo glad to have all old patrons tall. Gamis Tartaylia. 11 7t According to the PeUin Daily Nws. the Chinese ministry of the Interior In tends to make investigations concern ing the prohibition of early marriages. I which it consideis to b attended with evil results. The age may be fixed at twenty. Our coal shipments to Canada jump ed one million dollars last year over the preceding records. GEISLER FAVORS I Father of Murdered Hagers town Man Opposes a Parole for Knapp. EXCEPTIONS ARE TAKEN TO THE STORY PRINTED IN THE PALLADIUM LAST EVENING HE STATES HIS SIDE OF THE FAMOUS CASE. Adam Geisler. of Hagerstown, Ind., takes exception to the article which appeared in the Palladium Wednesday evening, regarding the reputation of John Knapp. prior to his conviction for the hilling of Lou Geisler, marshal at Hagerstown. Mr. Geisler's letter, received at this office this morning, in part, follows: Dear Sir: I cannot refrain from tak ing exceptions to your article in last night's paper on the petition for the pardon of John Knapp. who was sen tenced to the Indiana State prison for life for the murder of my son. Leonard Geisler, marshal of Hagerstown. and on duty at the time he was struck. If he has sent his family $133.50 while he has been in prison. I will venture to ssy that he has done more for them than he ever did in the same length of time while he wan out of prison. I.et us not have a lot of maud lin sympathy created In this matter. While Knapp's family is deprived of his company, so are we deprived of our son who was taken away by a blow from Knapp. Knapp had a fair trial and was found guilty by a jury, the tax payers of Wayne county paid the es;ensps of an appeal to the su preme court of Indiana and the judg ment was affirmed. Thanking you for your kind consid eration of what 1 have said and assur ing you that I am asking for nothing but fair treatment and justice in the matter, I am. Respectfully. Adam Geisler. "If I had my way." Dr. Macnamara once confessed to an Interviewer, "I should be tinging in "Carman in stead of making speeches from the treasury bench. But, unfortunately, the British public thinks a great deal more of a man who can make a bad speech than a man who can sing a good song." Westminster Gazette. A WARSHIP TRAGEDY. (American News Service) Washington. Feb. II. (By wireless from Battleship Virginia, enroute to Guantanamo. Cuba) J. Irbana, a gun ners' mate, had his right arm blown off, and P. W. Brunner. a gunner's mate, had his face badly burned in an explosion while firing a salute, today, MORE PUN1SHMFN CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond. Ind.. Feb. 4th. 1910. To W hom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board cf Public Works of the City of Rich- motiJ, Indiana, that on the 3rd day of j February, 1910. they unanimously i adopted j Improvement Resolution No. 213. 1910 Providing for the improvement of South F street, from South 11th street to South 12th street, by grading, grav eling the roadway and constructing cement curbs, gutters and sidewalks on both sides thereof. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Thursday. March 3rd. 1910 as a date upon which remon strances may be filed or presented by persons intereted in. or affected by. said proposed Improvement, as aboe described, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. nv. said Board will meet at its of fice for the purpose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may hae been filed or presented, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon ail persons. Homer M. Hammond. W. W. Zimmerman. F. R. Charles. Board of Public Works. feb 4-11 CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond. Ind.. February "rd. j Notice to Contractors: j Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of The City of Rich- i mor.d. Indiana, that sealed proposal will bt received bv It. nl iiflioe. at the hour of . o'clock A. M . on Thursday. March 10th. l?lt. for the following cieserilwd public improve ments in the City of Richmond, a authorized by the Improvement Reso lution named: Improvement Resolution No. 202-1909. Providing for the improenieiit of the alley lwtwe;i South 7lh trwt and South Mb street, from South C street south r".0 feot more or le.-s. lT grading. grateling and lw Idciiii. and :: brick center. Improvement Resolution No. 03-1909. Providing for the construction of a sewer in the alley Iwtween South 7th street and South Mh street and in South C utreet. from a iolnt In said i.lley 330 feet more or less south of South itreet. thenco north to Soeth C street, thence went In South C ft reel to South 7th street. Improvement Resolution No. 209-19C9. Providing for the improvement of North l"th street, from North C Mrrvt to North IF street, by fonstnictinK cement sidewalk. f feet in width, on the east side thereof, between the Iointn named. All work done In the making of said descriln-d public improvements, shall be in accordance with the terms and condition of the Improvement Reso lutions, as nunilwrel. and the detail plans, profiles, draw ings and soc Ifica tions which are on file and may le seen in the office of said Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. The bidders. In submitting prniMt als to make said described public Im provement, must accompany each bid with a certified check In the sum of JUMi.OO. as evidence of good faith that the successful bidders will -xe-cute, within ten dajs from the accept ance of proiosal. contracts and bonds satisfactory to the said Board to do the work of making weld Im provement. A failure of the imccesp ftil bidders to enter into such con tracts and londs upon the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks atid the svms of money pay able thereon to the ilty as agreed and liquidated damages for such fail ure. The City of Richmond will pay. within thirtv das after the approval of the final assessment roll by the Board of Public Works, the cost of the street Intersections under Im provement Resolution No. 202-ISoO. And the cost of the street and alley intersections under Improvement Resolution No. 209-1909. The Board of Public Works reser ves the right to reject any or all bids. HOMER M. HAMMOND. W. W. ZIMMERMAN. F. R. CHARLES. Board of Public Works. dly 4&11 CHILD'S ROMPERS. Rompers are the best of all garment for plr time, either in or outdoor. A garment like the abore sketch is made of plain blue duck with red and white checked gingham used for the bands. This pattern is cut in three sites, I, 9 and 4 vears. Sire 2 requires 3 yards of 37-inch material. Price of Pattern 471 is 10 tents. No. 471. Name ....... Address -"" Size Fill out blank and send to Pattern De partment of this newspaper.