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THE RICHMOND PATXADIOI ' AND SUN-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, 3IARCII 28, 1910.
RATES Brainich Offices ' --.t ' " ..' .' -. ..,'-..1.-:,:...v;-. 7 - .- 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 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 Colmiinnies "For Yoer Convenience LIST OF AGENCIE8. Branch offices are located In every part or the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you .will tare a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRTJENING, Thirteenth and South E street. A. W, BL1CKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. H.' .North of Main. QtJIGLET DRUG STORE. 821 N. E St. , CHILES aV 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 Usements sent In by phone and collect after its Insertion. WANTED. WANTED If you want money li place of your city property or farm. go right tc Forterfleid'e Ret! Es late office. Kelley Block, gr.o and Main. 14-tt WANTED Girl to mark and assort; Monarch Laundry. 28-2t WANTED Unemployed young man stenographer for a position in Rich mond. Call in person at the office of the.; Richmond Business College at once. , 28-2t WANTED Twenty-five men at once at the Wayne Works. 28-lt WANTED A girl, can go at night; good wages; call 229 N. 17th St. 1 ' 28-lt iWANTED A position as farm hand by the month or year by a single man, experienced farmer, can fur nish best of reference. Address 107, In care of E. A. Redd, Route 3, Rich mond, Ind. 28-2t WANTED You"to investigate the new houses being built on West Main street 28-lt WANTEDYou to see the modern new homes on West Main; then in vestigate. ' 28-lt WANTED Cigar salesman. Experience unnecessary. Big pay. Globe Ci gar Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 23 0t iWANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf -Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by L. J. Schwabacher & Co.. Hittle Block. Phone 2330. . ,5, ; - . Schwenke, Manager.) "New York, March 28. f . Open High Low L.'fti. ... .. 151 1511 149 Great Northern .. .. .. ..135 135 133 Copper 77 78 74 American Smelting - 2 82 79 Northern Pacllic .. .. .. .. .. 134 134 132 U. S. Steel .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 478 84 82 U. S. "Steel pfd. : 120 120 119 Pennsylvania .. . .-136 136 135 - St. Paul... .. .. .. .. .... -.143 143 141 b & o. ..... .... v ..iii 111 no New York Central '.. .. .... -.123 123 121 Reading . . . . . . ....... .168 168 164 . Canadian Pacific .. .. .. .. .. Atchison .114 114 112 Southern Pacific ... .127 127 125 Union Pacific .. .. .. .. .. .186 186 183 ... CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by L. J. Schwabacher & Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, March 28. Wheat Open High Lor Close May ... 114 114 114 114 July ... 108 109 108 108 Sept,., 106 106 106 106 ; ,' . , Corn Open High Low Close May 63 63 62 62 July . ; . 65 66 64 64 Sept. ... 66 : 66 65 65 Oats Open High Low Close May ... 44 4i 43 43 July ... 42 42 41 42 Sept. ... 39 39 - 39 39 ; VISIBLE SUPPLY. . Wheat, Increased .S21.000 Corn, Decreased ............ .208,000 Oats, Increased 289,000 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, March 28. HogsReceipts, 1,500, primes, $11.15. Cattle Receipts, 000; fancy stock, $10. Sheep Receipts, 50; primes, $7.00. Lambs Receipts, J00; primes, $10; spring lambs, $18. EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. T).. JS. a v. no Hog Receipts, 10,000: Yorkers, $11.- 90; heavies, $11.43. Cattle Receipts, 3,300: primes, $S,50. Veals Receipts, 1,800: choice, $10.50. eheep Receipts, 13,000: primes, $8.73. Lambs,' $10.40. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, March 28. Cattle Receipts, 140 loads: extras, $$. eOi primes, $7.90. Central. QUIGLET DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Are. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. 3. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St. WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school for men; classes ucw enrolling. TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray. 519 Main. Phone 4201, 27-tf WANTED Cement, brick ana sewer work. Ricker liros. Phone 3445. 2 6-1 mo WAN TED Clerk. Oakland Wine Co. f 27-3t WANTED Nursing to do by an ex perienced nurse. Address "S" care Palladium. 27-3t WANTED 50 students to learn Japa nese chemical oil painting, a new method of painting portraits, ani mals, landscapes and flowers. We positively guarantee to teach any. body Over twelve years of age the full complete course for $5.00 and guarantee after course is taken they can paint pictures equal in every re spect to samples now on exhibition on Main street between Ninth and Tenth. Studio, Room 2, Central Hotel. 27-14t WANTED Work remodeling old fur niture into new designs. Phone 1167. 27-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE 100 acres, fair Improve ments; good timber. A bargain at $70 per acre. Apply aow to J. E. Moore, over G North Seventh. 23-tf Geo. A. Close 150 134 74 79 132 S3 119 135 141 110 121 165 . 178 112 125 183 Hogs Receipts, 25 loads: prime heav ies $11.25: Yorkers, $11.15. Sheep Receipts, 30 loads: primes $8.23 spring lambs, $17; yearlings, $9.25. Calves Receipts, TOO; tops, $10.25. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. "Cincinnati, March 28. , Cattle Receipts 2,400; shippers $8. Hogs Receipts 2,700; shippers $11.10. Sheep Receipts 200; best $6.65. Spring lambs, $16; yearlings $9.65. Best Calves $4.75g$8.50. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, March 2S. " Wheat ........ $1.19 Corn 62c Oats 46c Rye . ....S3c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, March 2S. Wheat .'. $1.17 Corn 64c Oats 46c Rye sic Clover Seed .....$&25 CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, March 2S. Wheat ..$1.20 Corn .. .. .. ..59a Oats . ..47c. RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Tarda, LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds ......... .$10.25$10.50 Good to heavy packers $10.00 Common and rough C45 7.70 Yorkers ... 8.25Q S.75 Steers, corn fed .......... 4.75Q 5.50 Fat cows 3.00 4.25 Bulls 3.00 4.00 Fat bulls ................ 4.00 450 Veal Calves ............. 7.50 S.50 Reports ? WANT AD LETHB..11 ST Tne followliis 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 13 noon today as follows: E. L. 2 P. B. D 1 Rug 2 Room ." 1 Rug 6 L. 4 A. W. . 1 Barnes 1 B 3 Mall will be kept for 20 days only. Alt mail not called for within that time will be cast out. FOR SALE Hives of bees and bee keepers' supplies. Phone 4116. mar21-tf FORSALE One mile from Rich mond, 8 room new house with 3 acres land, orchard, and other small fruits, $1,300, easy payments. Ad dress "A. B." care Palladium. mar22-tf FOR SALE White Steamer automo . bile 1907 model. Call W. S. Vaugh- an. 29 N. 10th. 26-3t FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn. Black Lanshans and Barred Ply mouth Rock Eggs. Two pens of each kind. Pen No. 1 of each kind at $1.00 per setting. No. 2 of each kind at 75 cents per setting. All stock of prize winners. T. C. Hough, Phone 172C. Fountain City, Ind. 25-7t RYTHHIC BEL. Reidston Stock Farm, received to day, from John Splan of Lexington, Kentucky, the famous young stallion Rythmic Bel No. 42,327. This is the grandest Stallion ever in the State, and one that forty thousand dollars has been offered for and refused. Rythmic Bel will make the season at Reidston Farm, and everybody is cordially invited to call at the farm and see this grand horse. JOHN DAGLER, Supt. , 24-lmo FOR SALE Good spring wagon, cheap. Inquire 103 N. 20th. Phone 3635. 28-lt FOR SALE 16 fine barred Plymouth Rock hens; call 2221 Main St. 2S-3t RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) , Oats .. i .3537c Straw, baled, $6.00 $0.50 Corn 53c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu $1.15 Corn, per bu 55c Rye, per bu.- ....70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $28.00 Clover Seed, per bu $5.00 RICHMONO SEED MARKET. - (Runge & Co.) Timothy Hay (loose) $15.00 Timothy ..$1.90$2.00 Clover seed .$G.50$7.00 POULTRY. , (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb lS20c Old chickens, per lb ...1820c Turkeys 1822c Ducks 15a COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 33d Eggs .. .......17c Country butter, per lb.. 25c The "Arabian Nights." The collection of tales , called the "Thousand and One Nights," or the "Arabian Nights," is of unknown date and authorship. It was first made known in Europe about the end of the seventeenth century by Antoine Gal land, who -was employed by Colbert to collect manuscripts in the east. The copy of the Arabic manuscript brought by Galland from Syria contained a marginal note dated 15S4. and from in ternal evidence (he middle of the fif teenth century has been fixed upon as the probable period of the composition of the work. Some of the tales were evidently borrowed by the writer from other authors, and Yon Hammer iden tifies at least the plot and some of the stories of the "Arabian Nights" with an earlier collection in Persian called the "Thousand Fanciful Stories." April Fooling. The origin of the custom of April fooling cannot be traced with any de gree of certainty. In the literature of the last ceutury there are found many references to it, and yet beyond that it Is scarcely possible tp go. One sug gestion is that the custom of playing tricks on the first day .of April was de rived from some ancient pagan cus tom, such as the Hull festival among the Hindoos or the Roman feast of the fools. One fact, however, we do know, and that is that the practice prevails In many countries under various names which would seem to indicate that It dates away back to the early history of the race. Brooklyn Eagle. to The Stesaaek DiapeanMe T Aa operation for the removal of tbe stomach, in a Chicago hospital recently, promoted dia enssion among the snrgeoas whether tin stom ach could be removed and the patient be none the worse for it Before tbe discussion had weQ died out. the patient had died. It demonstrated be could not live without his stomach. To keep the stomach in good condition, and cure consti pation, indigestion, etc.. use the great herb laxa tive compound. Or. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Druggists sen it at SB cents and SI a bottle. For Sale New 4 'Maw ley" Time Reg ister, 50man, Made by Crouse-tiinds o. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address Palladium 19tf FOR SALE Farm of 127V4 acres, one mile from city, a good dairy farm, can give immediate possession, price 75 dollars per acre, easy -payments., Phone 3139. "10-tf FOR SALE Baby carriage, up-to-date, good condition, will sell at one-third of original cost. Address "J. C. B." care Palladium. 5-tf FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W. Kramer & Co. 2-tf FERTILIZERS. We manufacture High Grade Com mercial Fertilizers. Prices reasonable. Call and see us before buying your spring supply. Clendenln Fertilizer Co. Richmond, lad. 13-tf FOR SALE Coal, Pocohontas $4.75 ton. Pittsburg $4.25. J. W. Hinds & Son. Phone 3424, 721 N. 12th St. 4-tf PELTZ For Barman os A good 6 room brick house, electric light, large lot, good barn and nicely located on one of our best streets. Price $2,100 for quick sale. Nice 8 room house, electric light, with .lot 100x200 on city car line out of city. Price $2,250. 2 story new 5 room house. Electric light, good cellar and well located, $1,450. John E. Peltz 626 MAIN ST. PHONE 1332. sun mon FOR SALE 2 iron beds with spring mattresses, cheap; apply 1315 S. A. 24-tf KBAUSS IS FAVORED In Report of. the Jury Which Heard the Sensational Divorce Case. VERDICT NOT RENDERED , (American News Servlou) Marion, March 28. The jury in the Krauss divorce trial ; reported today their belief that William Krauss con doned the murder of his daughter, Crystal Krauss, by his wife, Mrs. Rae Krauss, the defendant in the divorce case. Also It was their belief that she did not voluntarily confess the crime, and their further belief is that Krauss had no knowledge of the contemplated crime before its commission. Mrs. Krauss is serving sentence for poison ing her step-daughter. Crystal, and In defending her husband's suit for di vorce, sought to throw the blame of the crime onu Krauss, which has creat ed a tremendous sensation. The de cision on the divorce is temporarily de ferred. CHILDREN DESERTED Mrs. Elizabeth Candler, through Prosecuting Attorney Charles Ladd. has petitioned Judge Fox to place Peiioies IevestedDo!lars In Return How? You ask. It's an old game and many have played it Always a sure thing, you never lose. Many a has become rich by investing his money in this manner. levest Youir Moeey In Waet Ads. Do you happen to have property, either farm or city that you bought is your desire to live in another section of the city, or a larger house, a Palladiiuiinni Waet. will bring the buyer get in touch that is looking for just the property Not only In real estate is money made through these ads, but in every the habit of reading these Want Ada. There has been many a bargain picked from the dozens. Waet Ado Ageecles Are located In an parts of the city. Litok on Om Wut A4. w list FOR SALE Lot. 22nd street, cheap; call 15 S. 10th. 2S-7t FOR SALE At auction. Anril 2nd. 2 l p. m., blacksmithing outfit of tools. Cor. 8th and South E. August Weeghman. 2S-5t FORSALEBed couch; graphophone, records and cabinet; 2006 X. E. 2S-3t FOR SALE 7 room house with barn, east end. $2,000. Geo. B. Moore, over 710 Main street. Phone 2962. 28-tf FOR SALE Suit of clothes, size 37, good as new. Phone 1032. 25-1 1 WRTArEREAL ESTATE. FOR TsLECity property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block. ta and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Modern city homes and other Richmond property. Farm lands; city property to trade for farm property. Jones and Wilson, 7th and Main. Phone 1762. 2 4-tf FOR SALE Good Oliver Typewriter, price $25.00. Phone. 1674. 24-7t FOR SALE Choice residence lot, cen tral, 25 or OO feet fronting east. Dr. Ewing. lG-lmo REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can secure a fine suburban home with city conveniences, three squares from Btreet car, by phoning 5136. 9-tf FOR SALE W Lite Wyandottes. Win ners. Layers. $1.00 per 13. $5 per 10O eggs. Frank L. Waidele. 711 South West A. 1G-I4t I HAVE a large number of Improved farms well lecated. City property and lota for sale One percent com mission on large sales. $1 for rent ing city property. Kaufman, over S28 Main. Phone 2394. 16-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT FardtsheU rooms, heat, with bath for seats, at the Grand. reb22ti FOR RENT Farm of 127 acres, one mile from city, a good dairy farm, can give immediate possession. Phone 3139. 10-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, board, 104 Ft. Wayne avenue. 24-7t FOR RENT Two rooms housekeeping; 220 N. A. for light 27-lt Raymond Harris and Charles Marian Ryder in charge of the board of chil drens' guardians, as the children have been deserted by their fathers and their mothers who are said to be un able to support them. The petition states that David Hays is the father of the Harris child and that the moth er Is Laura Harris. According to the petition, Ada Via is tho mother of tho Ryder child. THIEVES USE WAGON In Carrying Off About $50,000 in Stamps from Vir ginian Postoffice. ROBBERY WAS DARING ONE (American News Service) Richmand, Va., March 28. Profes sional cracksmen using the "plunge and squeeze" method opened a safe in the post office here during the night and carted off between twenty five and fifty thousand dollars worth of stamps in a wagon. The exact amount now being ascertained by the staff of clerks. The job was not dis covered till seven o'clock this morn ing. A million two cent stamps form ed part of the loot. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. with the thousands of readers of the Palladium. There la sure to be some one you have to selL oC xmcU. it Is al w miuotes'walk to the nearest FOR RENT Rooms and store room; 233 S. 5th St. 27-2t FRREXT Eight room house, elec trie lights, hot air and hot water heated; two kinds of water, bath, good barn, young fruit trees and lo cated in the best living district of tfc"? city. Address A. W., care Pal ladium. 23-7t FOR RENT Furnished room ; 25 2S-7t North 16th street. LOST. LOST On Saturday a fountain pen; reward if returned to 30 N. 9th St. 2S-lt MISCELLANEOUS. JTST TAKE THE CAR today to West Main Btreet and see the many mod ern homes built this Spring. It YOU NEVER LfOSE when you invest in Weft Main street property. It BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE at OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. BIdg 13-tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Koll. Fire and Accident It. surance. 718 Main street. UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street Phore 1793. Repair work a spec laity. 11-tf MOTOR CYCLES. Indian and Yale, 1910 Model on dis play Pathfinder tires, guaranteed, $3.75, Waking & Co., 406 Main St. ELECTRIC WIRING. . lectric light wiring, door bells a intercommunicating telephones In stalled and repaired. H. E, Har son. Phone 3413. 20 TINNER. has. Ireton for galvanized and roofing. Phone No. 90, Centervllle. 27-71 A SPECIAL MESSAGE Sent to Congress by Taft Ask ing Funds for the New Tariff Board. HE . PRAISES ITS LABORS (American Newi Service) Washington. March 28. rPresident Taft today sent to congress a special message, asking for an appropriation of $250,000 in order to permit the tariff board to continue its work. In speaking of the work of tho board In its minimum tariff negotiations with the countries of the world President Taft said in the message, "I am glad to say that negotiations are substan tially completed with all nations of the world with results that are satis factory." DIES III BATH TUB (American News Srv!ce) Cincinnati, March 28. Louis Heran- court, fifty years of ago and general manager of the Herancourts brewery was found dead in a bath tub at bis residence on Harrison avenue this morning. Cause of deatn is unknown. The coroner is investigating. for an Investment. If it Is a home. It few pennies Invested in a Ad. thing that you may sell or bay. Get I LADIES KIMOXO. This garment is ideal for grace of Una ind simplicity of construction. Tbe trams are carved a little to give a slight- ty fitted effect and the skews can be gathered at the lower edge or left aa shown in the picture. This pattern is cut la three lists, Sfl, )6 and 40 bust measure. Sise Stf requires l't yards of 50-inch material. Price ef Pattern 46? is 10 cents. No. er. Name .... Address ..... Size Ful out blank and send to Pattm De Mrtment of this newspaper. CHICAGO. CINCINNATI e LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. 1st Effect Ke kwr 14. II East Bnn4 Chles-CtsHnnntl STATIONS 1 i I J I"" Chicago. . .. .. . .1 :lall:vlpl Peru Ar... .. .. .. l:lza -Za , Peru.. .. .. .. 1.1 Sal : 1 Marion .. .. 3:SS SrOlal T:a M uncle .. .. 3:lt S:tSal T:a Richmond 4:4p f:Ofcal t:2a ' Ct. Grove .. .. .. 6:1n S:43a ! Cincinnati :p I: Wea Brnmrn d ClaeiaasHKMea STATIOKa I 1 I 4 I I IV. I P I P I P Cincinnati .. .. . S:1S :SSa l:J1a Ct. Grove. .. .. . ll:4p Richmond .. .. . Muncie . .. . 1 1:4 Sal lz:lpl l:40aJ S-.lSal S:3e :Ib Marlon . . .. . Peru Ar... .. .. Peru i:szp : :sspl S:Jal Chicago :op ?:Sia (i:th t. station i Through Vestlbuled Trains hetwt Chicago and Cincinnati. Double dally t service. I nroug" aieepera on trains Noa. s ana bstwssn cnicaso ana Cin cinnati. Fin buffet service on trains X and X. All trains run daily. For train connections and other in formation call C. A. BLAIR. J. tT.A. Home Phone 20CS. Richmond. Ind. Terre C!e, tr2 & Esstern lYcsCca Co. Trains leave Richmond for ladlaa spoils and Intermediate stations at C:00 A.M.: 7:25; 8:00: i.Ui 10:00;. . 11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:25; 3:00; 4:00 1 5:25; 6:00; 7:30; 8:0; 0:00; 10:00; 11:10. ' Limited Train : Last Car to Indianaoolla, f: t F. U. Last Car to New Castle. 10:00 P. It. Lafayette, Frankfort; CrawfordavDle. Terre Haute, Clinton. Sullivan. Mar. tlnsvllle. Lebanon and Paria, IIL Tickets sold through. Ono Vtfoy Coloniott Ratoo Via C. C. G L R. R. Only T CALIFORNIA OREOOf WASHINGTON MONTANA SASKATCHEWAN MEXICO TEXAS, ETC, ETC. Selling dates, March 1st to April 15th. For particulars call C A. BLAIR, F. dv T. A, Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. rem of TTnts'or'sl ttdruassofw ft Is tho great remedy tor yon tonsvossf them. Thasr steamac amd bowats are sat imsa noafh for salts, psxradva wsftaea or csChsteie pffia. pownais or tablets. Gres fnass a safld.