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Hints From RATES Braech 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 Palladium's o o o o o o 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. Wc charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. Pattern Dept Want Ado Colomnies THE RICHMOND rATXADIUSI AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 191(V For Yonnr Convenience LIST OF AGENCIE8. Branch offices are located In every part of 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. BRTJENING & EICKHORN, 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 adrer tlsements sent In by phone and collect after its Insertion. lAAMTFn try for two montns- State price for rrw'sj;,. 1 ' keeping. Address C. M. Lyons, Pal- WANTED-Fsrst class car dlu: !f riaee blacksmith. Davis WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. " " & . " a " Demand greater than supply. Grad- Carriage Factory. H5t2 uates earn splendid pay. Few WANTED Place to assist with house weeks completes. Wages while work. Address "E" care Palladium learning. Unusual opportunity to office. 15-2t start an independent business. Cata- WANTEJ.'i agents, ladiei or gentle- loSue ma"ed1 free' IoIer BTeT. men. whole or part time. Call morn- College, Cincinnati, Q. 21-tf Ings at 407 Pearl street. 13-1't WANTED It you want money in WANTED-Place by young girl to as- P 7r city property or farm, sist with housework; address "O" rfSht to Porterfleld. Real Es- care Palladium. 15-2t ce. Block- 8t' " . . Main. 14-tt WANTED Cook, 423 N. 11th. 15-2t " , L TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv- WANTED To rent small or large pred mptly by Merchant's deliv- place in the country. Phone 3486 ery Walter E. Murray, 519 Main. ' 14 tf Phone 4201. 27-tf WANTED A position as housekeeper. Call North 6th and A streets, op- rfD CAI C poslte library 14-2t run OHL.C. WANTED 50 bicycles, revolvers, FOR SALE City property and farms, guns, gents' suits, shoes, etc. J. M. merchandise stocks and fire tnsur- Lacey Loan office, Cor. 8th and ance. Porterfleld, Kelly Block. 8th Main. 1-lmo and Main. 6-tf WANTED Screw cutting lathe, with FOR SALE 6 room house with bath hollow spindle. Must be in good and furnace; will sell reasonable if shape. The Ashman Heater Com- sold at once; owner leaving city, pany. New Paris, Ohio. 10-7t call at 312 North West 3rd St WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school Phone 4182. H-2t for men; classes now enrolling. FOR SALE An extra good farm of WANTED Metal pattern makers. 140 acres, located near town in best Standard Pattern & Mfg. Co. 3-tf cf Friends' settlement, big brick WANTED Place for dry cow in coun- house, new 40x46 barn, 10 acres Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone Schwenke, Manager.) New York. Feb'. 15. Open High L. & N - 1494 .... Great Northern 136 136 Copper 75 76 American Smelting , S2 S3 '4 Northern Pacific 135 136 U. S. Steel 79 80 U. S. Steel pfd. 119 119 Pennsylvania 132 133 St. Paul 144 113 B. &0 110 m New "Voik Central 119 120 Reading .-165 166 Canadian Pacific - 1S 1 1 s 1 Vs Atchison ll5,8 115 Southern Pacific 123 126 Union Pacific 1S37s 1S4s CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtello Sr Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Feb. 13. Wheat Open High Lot May ... 112 113 112 July ... 103 103 103 Close 112 103 Sept. ... 99 99 9S 98 Corn Open High . Low Close May ... 67 67 66 67 July ... 67 6S 67 67 Sept. ... 67 67 67 67 Oats Open High Low Close May ... 47 47 47 47 July ... 43 44 43 43 Sept ... 41 41 40 41 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. REPRESENTATIVE SALES HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price 4 395 .. $S.40 9 372 .. 8.50 10 10S .. S.75 84 167 120 S.90 81 168 40 9.00 S7 178 40 9.00 36 206 .. 9.00 52 216 .. 9.00 34 163 .. 9.05 S2 177 160 9.03 52 219 .. 9.05 36 , 259 .. 9.05 39 208 .. 9.10 73 219 .. 9.10 69 272 120 9.15 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies, 210 lbs. and up 9.00 9.15 Good to choice lights .... S.90 9.05 Best pigs 8.50 9.00 Best Steers Good to choice steers ... 6.25 7.00 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.00 Stock Cattle Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.75 5.00 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Are. and West 1st GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St Reports 2330. George A. Low lSGVs 73 81 135 79 119 132 144 110 119 164 180 114 124 183 Close 149 136 75 S2 136 79ii 119 132 145 111 119 165 180 114 124 183 Inferior to choice stockers 3.50 4.75 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers . . 4.75 6.00 Good to fancy cows 3.75 5.25 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5.00 9.00 Fair to heavy calves 3.00 S.23 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 6.50 7.00 Good to choice sheep .... 4.75 5.50 Good to choice lambs S.00 S.S5 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Feb. 15. Cattle Receipts 120; primes $7.00; butchers, $0.OO. Hogs Receipts 2,500; yorkers $9.30; pigs $9.50. Sheep Receipts 2,000; prime $7.23. Lambs $S.S5. Veals Receipts 150; choice $10.75. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Feb. 15. Cattle Receipts light; extras 56.75; primes $6.00. Hogs Receipts 8 loads: prime heavy $9.33&$9.40: yorkers $9.40. Sheep Receipts light; tops $6.90; lambs $8.90. Calves Receipts 200; choice $S.00 $9.25. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Feb. 13. Cattle Receipts 1.400: tops $6.S5. Hogs Receipts 2.200; shippers $0.20. Sheep Receipts 230; tops $3.90. Best Calves $4.7og$S.50. Lambs Receipts, 400; tops, $S.6o. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Feb. 13. Wheat $1.21 Corn ; 65c Oats 49c Rye SOc PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. timber, orchard, fencing and ditch ing, extra good and as good a coun try home as you will find. Price $100 per acre, one-third cash, bal ance arranged to suit John Car ter, Lynn, Ind. 14-2t 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 & Shurley FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching, from prize winning stock, $1 for 13. Harry Landis, R. R. No. 4. Phone 5104 G. 14 7t FERTILIZERS. We manufacture High Grade Com mercial Fertilizers. Prices reasonable. Call and see us before buying your spring supply. Clendenin Fertilizer Co. Richmond, Ind. 15-tf FOR SALE Vacant lot, cement walk, sewer, streets made and paid for; for cash $300.00 if paid for in ten days. Geo. B. Moore, 616 Main street. Phone 2439. -13 -If FOR SALE Four acres on car line, good modern house, good barn, thir teen acres, well improved, near town; an abundance of fruit. This is a choice suburban home. 105 acres stock and grain farm at a bar gain. We have most any kind of residence property you might de sire, also a number of good rental propositions. If you want any thing in the real estate line, don't fail to see us for full particulars and prices. Dye & Price, 9th and Main. 13&15 FOR SALE Make me an offer for a two-cylinder Ford runabout. Ad dress W. L., Palladium. tf FOR SALE Four Collie Pups, V. B. Sleeth, Phone 5102-E. 15-7t FOR SALE Feb. 17th. Public sale of between 35 and 40 head of heavy work horses and mules. Three miles TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Feb. 15. Wheat $1.25 Corn 'jUc Oats 5c Rye Sic Clover Seed ?S.3S RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $S.00(?7$S.75 Good to heavy packers . . . 7.75 8.00 Common and rough O.OO 7.00 Steers, corn fed 4.75 5.50 Fat cows 3.00 4.25 Bulls 3.00GJ 4.00 Fat bulls 4.00 4.50 Veal Calves 7.00 8.H) RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) ?15$16 Oats 35S37c Straw, baled $6.00 $6.50 Corn GOc RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per. bu $1.15 Corn, per bu 58c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $2S.00 Clovr Seed, per bu $7.25 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Timothy . . .$1.90a?2.00 Clover seed $7.00(217.50 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb lS20c Old chickens, per lb 18 20c Turkeys IS 22c Ducks 153 COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 30c Eggs 22c Country butter, per lb 25c WILL BUNCH CASES (American News Service) Indianapolis. Feb. 15. The twenty seven "head light" cases brought by the railroad companies against the State of Indiana are to be consolidat ed into two test suits, one in the Marion county superior court and the other in the federal court at Indiana polis. According to the present plans of the attorneys they will take the cases from the various courts of the state and centralize the contest. Breadfruit Tree The south sea island housewife does not hare to make bread. There la a tree in those islands called the bread fruit tree, the fruit of which when baked In an oven looks just like wheat bread. It is very palatable and now-tsbins. WANT AD LETTER OS! The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail tn answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Box 53 2 Up-to-date 1 Piano 3 Bookkeeper . . 1 s .X J. 2 1 Mc 1 Lot - Mall will be kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out east of city on our farm near State j Hue on D. &, W. traction line. Stop 10fiU. Sale begins at 12:30. Miller ' & Dagler. 9-7t Did Yom LOOK Into our furnace, judge the fuel and the heat? We court investigation. Price $80.00 up. 619 So. 9th St. Phone 16S3. FOR SALE Shoe repairing shop do ing good business. Address Box 156, Centerville, Ind. 14-4t FOR SALE Grocery stock, amounting to about $1,500; good paying busi ness; cheap rent. Address 74 M, in care Palladium. 12-7t FOR SALE Two lots; Earlham Heights; cheap; address "Lot" care Palladium. 12-7t FOR SALE Good, well improved farm, fine location; price $100 per acre. See J. E. Moore, over No. 6 North Seventh St. 9-tf FOR SALE SO acres, good G-room house, good barn, half mile of trac tion. Will take nice city property in part trade. $05 an acre. Kauf man, over S2S Main. 7-tf AT THE PIANO WORKS This Spring the Starr Com pany Will Greatly Enlarge The Plant. IT MEANS LARGER STAFF A LARGE BRICK BUILDING WILL BE ERECTED FOR THE MILL DE PARTMENT A NEW OFFICE BUILDING. Planning for a general increase in all departments of the Starr Piano factory it was announced by one of the offi cials this morning that work would be started in the spring on very exten sive improvements which would call for a large expenditure of money and would increase the working force of the plant proportionately. The officials have not determined definitely on the improvements, await ing the return of Clarence Genuett, who is expected back from Florida within a few days. However, it was announced that a large brick building would be erected to the north of the present factory building for the accom modation of the mill department. It is expected that as soon as the plans for the addition have been defin itely approved, the contract will be let and work started at once in order that the building may be utilized in the fall. By such increase in the mill de partment, all other departments will necessarily have to be increased. The cost of the improvements is not known, neither is it exactly known how much the working force will be increased. The company's present office quar ters will be converted into factory quarters as soon as the new office building Is completed. It is anticipated that this building, which calls for the expenditure of 523,000, will be com pleted by May 1, possibly earlier. PEST OH WARSHIP f American News Service) Washington, Feb. 13. A dispatch to the navy department announces uat several cases of small pox are on board the battleship Tennessee, which ar rived at Port Townsend, Washington, from Honolulu today. One death has occurred. If this concern too. read carefuEy; Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pensia Is positively gnarsa. teed to cure indigestioa. constipation, sick head acne, oSenstve breath, malaria aad all diseases arising from stomach troobia. AvraaxD: Mother says they can't eay anythtmg tee good about Gold Medal Flour." Caum, Mill mmmi go. IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE Plymouth cockerels, cheap, O. E. Fulghum, Phone 3136. 10-tf FOR SALE-5 room house electric light; 43 foot lot Must sell soon because of leaving the city. 438 S. 14tn. FOR SALE Good house, barn and acres at Whitewater. Benj F. Harris. ll-7t FOR SALE Wooden counters; Ar cade Theater. ll-7t Jones and Wilson 120 acres 90 acres tillable. 40 acres in good pasture, good buildings, on stcne pike, mile from church, school and village. This is a bargain. Good city properties for sale. SoOOOO to loan on mortgage. 633 Main St. Phone 1702. Over Irvin Reed's Hard ware Store. FOR SALE Desks, chairs, typewriter and other office equipment. See Walter Knollenberg, at Kuollen- berg's store. -tf FOR SALE Some extra fine bar gains in lots for the Spring trade. Ferguson Investment Co. 1-tf For Sale New "Hawley" Time Reg ister, 50man, Made by Grouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address urn 19tf FOR SALE Six room house; good condition; reasonable, one square from car line. Phone 1919. 31-tf FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tt FOR RENT 6 room house at 8 North 2nd; $10.00 per month. Phone 3136. 10-tf FOR RENT 3 room houses from $11 to $18.00 per month. Geo. B. Moore, Phone 2439. 10-tf SENATOR ELKINS IS A "NEAR" INSURGENT United States Senator Elkins, who has taken an aggressive stand in the congressional inquiry into the high cost of living. He recently forced the substitution of his resolution govern ing the inquiry, and incidentally head ed off Senator Aldrich's resolution which many declare was a distinct purpose to whitewash the tariff law in connection with the cause of higher prices. It is likely that he will be chairman of the investigating com mittee ACT Oil PEARY BILL (American News Service) Washington, Feb. 13. The house committee on naval affairs referred back today to the senate bill to pro mote Commander Peary to rear admir al, suggesting some kind of recognition to be made of Peary's services. The sub-committee had rejected the bill. TILLMAN IS LOSER (American News Service) Columbia, S. C, Feb. 13. The State Supreme Court today handed down a decision in the Tillman habeas corpus case, taking Senator Tillman's grand children from him and awarding them to their mother, Mrs. Benj. F. Tillman, Jr. Him I SflL 1 PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. FOR RENT Five room house. 534 N 19th. 13-3t LOST. LOST Pair eye glasses In case. Thone ri.Y Reward. l"-l LOST On Feb. 3th one bushel tlm? othy seed on S. 9th St. or Itoston pike. Nait Starr. Thone Boston 24D. 9-tf BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE ft OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance. Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg 13 tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Koll, 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 1251. feb23-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street Pbore 1793. Repair work a spec ialty. U-tf STORAGE. WANTED To store your goods; have just leased a building for that pur pose. 417 N. Sth. Phone 1778. 4tf BICYCLES. Latest 1910 spring fork bicycles at Waking & Co.; if you buy early you get a bargain; 406 Main. Phone 2006 30-tf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds; all work promptly attended to. Phone 3239. Chas. Davis, 244 Pearl. 3-1 mo SHOE REPAIRING. Have moved my shoe repairing shop from 536 N. 13th St. to 210 N. 2nd street. Would be glad to have all old patrons call. Gamis Tartaylia. 11 SOPHHOXtA: Your grocer has Gold Medal Flour. Gkkbvba. FRAUDULENT WORK BY GEO, PIPER NETS LARGE SUM (Continued From Page One.) another check for the sum of $500 was received here from Billings, Mon. tana, which had been cashed on Feb ruary 7 by a hardware firm. All of the checks were protested by the lo cal bank through a notary and return ed, branding Pipher as a fraud and notifying the perbons who had cashed the checks that Pipher had no money in the local bank. This morning a check for the sum of $200, which was cashed for Piper on February 12 by a Boston. Mass.. hardware firm, was received at the local bank and it also was protested and returned. It is said that Piper is working the same game in various other cities over the country and that nis swindiings amount to approxi mately $18,000. Traveled for F. & N. Co. For several years he traveled for the F. & X. Lawn Mower company of this city and is well known throughout the west Last fall it was discovered that he had embezzled several hundred dred dollars from the company and an effort was made at that time to locate him. Only recently however was it dis covered that his swindling schemes had assumed such gigantic proportions. It is thought that he still represents himself as a salesman for the F. & N. company and as he is intimately ac quainted with the company's customers all over the country, has no difficulty whateer in securing some one to vouch for him. He is therefore able to cash the checks easily and get away with the money before it is found out that his drafts are worthless. It was thought he would confine his operations to the western states, as he was better known in that locality. The authorities and bank officials were therefore very much surprised this morning to learn that he had been in Boston only three days ago and was successfully working his game in the east. I The Pinkerton detectives have been 1 put on the case and the police author ities in every town and city in the country have been notified of his oper ations, it is said, and furnished with a description of the man. It is not un derstood how he has possibly evaded arrest for so long a time, and he is re garded as one of the most clever crim inals in the business. His jumps over the country are puzzling to the police and it is thought that the man must be traveling in a very clever disguise. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed admin istrator with the will annexed of the estate of Catherine Walsh, late of Wayne County, Indiana, deceased. Said estate is probably solvent. LEOTA WALSH. Admx. A. C. LINDEMUTH, Atty. dlyl5-23-29 STRAIGHT TOP CORSET COVER. The material of this garment is linen and the only trimming is made by draw ing the thread and faggot ting with line linen threads along the straight upper edge and finishing the edges with netn stitching. The ribbon is run through eyelets. This pattern is rut in Are siaes, Si t 40 bust measure. Sise 36 requires 1 vards of flouncing 16 inches wide. Price bf Pattern 446 is 10 cents. No. 446. Name Address Siie Fill out blank and send to Pattern Do partment of this newspaper. A NEAT APRON. A dainty figured red and white print is used to make this apron, the eds being bound with turkey red. The neck ran be closed as shown or stitched to aether and slipped on over the head. The tics are straight strips gtitrhed to the ends of the belt. This pattern is rut in three sises. 32. 34 and 40 bust measure. Sise 36 requires 34 yards of 36-inrh material. Price of Pattern 451 is 10 rents. No. 4M. Kasse ... .ddress Size Fill out blank and send t Pattern De srtmea. of tkk newspaper. GIRL'S MIDDY DRESS. This It one of the prettiest d:ijn for Spring;. The material is navy 11 c 4 flannel, trimmed with a bright plaid. The skirt is sewed to an anderwaict of lining; material. This pattern is rut in four sises 4 C S and 10 years. Sise 6 requires 3 yards of 39-inch material with yards for trimming bands, and yard for under waist. Price of pattern 543 is 10 cents. No. 43. Name Address &ize .......... .......... ... .............. ..... FHI out blank and send to Pattern TJa- ef this newspapet " ' '