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Hints' From -'Palladium's RATES 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and coilected 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 ooo o o o Pattern Dept Waet Ado Coliimes 'For Your. Convenience- 7- ' LIST OF AGENCIES. t .':. Branch offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your ' WANT ADS with the one nearest yn The rates are the same and you jrlll save a trip to tha main office. , South of Main. BRTJENINO, Thirteenth and South ' E street A. W. BLICKWEDEL, Sth and S. F. USNRY ROTHXRT. 6th and S. H. "North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N. ' aSt, j CHILES SON. ISth and N. C St. WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St JIOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St RATER I cent per word 7 days for tha price of 6 days. Wo charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after Its insertion. WANTED. WANTED General representative for success hand vacuum carpet cleaner. Sells for $15. The only successful single person machine on the mar ket. Biggest kind of profits. Write for 'terms. Hutchinson Mfg Co., Wil Klnsburg. Pa. . 21-3t WANTEI A young man. Furniture Mfg. Co. , Richmond 21-2t WANTED Automobile "assemblers. ' Pilot Motor Car Co. ' 21-1 1 WANTEDMen to act as general ag nts for the greatest invention of the age. Something that Is in universal demand. Great labor saving device. No competition. Your home terri tory is now open. Act quickly. Ad dress "E" care Palladium. 21-2t XAtoTED Desirable furnished rooms for young couple. , Address J. F., care Palladiunh . 21-nt WANTED Position by man and wife, coachman or chauffeur; wife, cook;' country preferred. Address L. P., Palladium. 21-7t WANTED Room and board' for mar ried couple between N. 11th and 12th No children. Address C, care Pal ladium. ,. ' . . ,. . 21-7t WANTEDA-place to assistinhou8e work. Call at 730 N. 14th st. 2I-lt WANTED A place to assist in house work or as a nurse girl. Call at J7m N. 14th st. . ; ; V1 T7ANTEii A young man for morn lng and evening service. 2i7 N. 7th street. ' ' 21-2t WANTED School ' boy. I have a der tnanent position for , a. bright,; ener getic school boy. The right boy can make from 50c, to $2.00 'or, more a weekt without ' Interfering with his school duties. A. C. Murray, 234 S. llth. 21-lt 7 Market V NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. 1 Phone 1446.) - New York,. April 21. . , Open High lxw Close Copper,. 74 75 74 75 American Smelting .. .. .. .. 82 83 81 82 U. a Steel ..83, 84 83 84 ' U. 8. Steel pfd. ..... .. ';. .. .. .4.. . ..121 .... .1. 121 Pennsylvania.......... 135 Vi .136 135 136 8t.Paul.. .. .. .. ....... ..142 142 141 142. B. VO. i .. ..Ill .... .... Ill New York Central .. .. .. .. .... .. ..122 123 122 122 Reading .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1647s 165 164 164 Canadian Pacltio 182 182 ' Great Northern .. .. ..... .. .. .... .. .137 138 137 138 1 Union Paclfle ....... .. .. .. .. .... .. ..184- 186 184 185 Northern Pacific .... ... ..134 135 134 134 Atchison .. .. .. I. .. ... ;.. MM 113 112 113 ,L.'&N.S.- 149 150 149 150- Southern Paclfle .. .. .. .. .. 126 127 126 126 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Famished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, April 21. Wheat ' , - Open High Low Close. May ... 106 10S 106 108 July ... 100 101 100 101 Sept ... 99 99 - 98 99 Corn ," . ; . . Open " High Low Close May ... C7 58 57 i 58 July ... 60 61 60 61 Sept ... 62 62 61 62 High Low Clost May ... 42 42 41 42 July ... 39 40 39 39 Sept ... 37 38 37 38 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, April 21. Hots Receipts 3,01)0; prime $9.40. Cattle-rReceipts 1,500; prime , steers ' ST.73. . Sheep Receipts 200; prime $7.05; lambs $9.50. ; PITTSBURG LIVESTOCKS i Pittsburg. April 21. ) Cattle Receipts light extras $8.50; Xlesa Receipts 2,040; prime heavies And Yorkers $9.55. VssUs Receipts S50; choice $9.50. - e&sap-rRecelpU 7,000; prime $7.85; hnhf tan V - tewa yaypBU aad sttesWeaiharMes whleh f a acgoa. aaa always haveeabaad Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. " '' - West Richmond. JOHN POSLER, ' Richmond Are. '-and Weat let. GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. ' Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 8herldan St WANTED Some one who knew Alma 6. Smith who lived in Wayne coun ty, April 27th, 1860, or any of her ' relatives. Notify Shively & Shive ly, Attorneys-at-Law, Richmond, Ind. ' ' 20-4t WANTED Experienced girl at Eldo rado Steam Laundry, 18 N. Sth St. 20-tf WANTED Housekeeper ; call at 232 Maple street, after 6 p. m. , 20-3t WANTED To purchase grocery stock in country town. Address "C. S.," care Palladium. ' 15-7t WANTED To buy watches, bicycles', gunB and revolvers; open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays. J. M. La cey, loan office, 8th and Main.. 14-1 mo WANTED Pin boy at the City Bowl- ing Alley. 14-tf WANTED You to go to Murray BIT liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED To keep books for some small business " outside of my regu lar business hours. Address H. D. B., care of Palladium. 7-tf WANTED Twenty-five young men and women to enter the Richmond Business College Monday, May 2nd. aprl9-tf WANTED Fine sand bench molders; good, long running jobs. Apply The American Foundry & Machine Co.,' - Hamilton, Ohio. 16-14t WANTED "MOlder-. to work on squeezers. Long running Jobs. Ap. ply The . American Foundry & Ma chine Co., Hamilton, O. 16-14t WANTED--1C you want money ib place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfleid'a Real Es tate office. Kelley Block. Sth and .. Main. . 14-tf Reports ; EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, April 21. Cattle Receipts light; extras $S.65. primes $8.40. Veals Receipts 400; choice $0. Hogs Receipts 5 loads; prime heavle3 $9.60; yorkers $9.70. " Sheep Receipts 5 loads; prime $7.60. Spring lambs $11. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, April 21. . Cattle Receipts 300; shippers $7.S5. Hogs Receipts 1,800; packers $9.15. Sheep and lambs Receipts 400; pme sheep $6.50; top lambs $8.60. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, April 21. Wheat Corn . e $1.03 59c 43Vj SOc Oats Rye TOLEDO GRAIN. V Toledo, April Wheat, cash Corn . . . . Oats Clover Seed ..$1.07 . 5T .44 $7.15 RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Common ' and rough ...... a 453 7.70 Yorkers 8-25 8.75 Steers, corn' fed ......... . 4.75Q 5-50 Fkt cows S.OOO 4.23 Bulla .... ......... 8.0CQ 4,00 WANTED Y- M. C. A. Night school for men; clause" new enrolling. Trunks', baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. . Walter E. Murray. 519 Mala. ' Phone 4201.. ' 27-tf WA'NTEDement, brick and sewer work. Rlcker Bros. Phone 3445. 26-lmo WANTED Door and windoV screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened ; call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED Boy to learn trade at Routh Blacksmith Shop. 16-tf WANTED To buy a good pair of box ing gloves. Address R. F., care ' Palladium. 20-2t FOR SALE. FOR. SALE 160 acres, fair improve ments; good timber. A bargain a $70 per acre. 'Apply aow'to J. E. Moore, over 6 North Seventh. 23-if FOR SALE Household goods. 414 N JOth. 21-lt Ft) rTS ALE Good base burner; cost $ri new. 434 Randolph. 21-lt FOR SALE Fresh young Jersey cow. Good one. Phone 5121G. 21-2t POTlSTnCEMaltresses made to nTTne bed. None better. Phone 1588. R, W. Nye. 21-7t FOR SALE Perambulator baby ear riage, best make in best condition. Phone 1488 or 414 S. 13th Bt. 21-3t FOR SALE A good Smith American organ. 32 N. 15th street. Phone 2064. 21-St FOR SALE Blue serge suit in good condition. Call t25 S. B st. 21-7t FOR SALEr-25 volumes Encyclopedia Brittanica. 217 N. 7th. 21-2t FOR SALE 3 burner gasoline stove in good condition. Price SI. Addres3 J. H. N. care Palladium. 21-2t IM PERI A L DOT, record 2:19, will stand short season Mlddleborough f pike, 4 miles north Richmond. Serv ice? fees, $20.00. G. H.-Baker. ' aprl9-14t-eod PUBLIC SALE April 26, 1 mile south of Richmond on Abington pike. Live Stock, Household , Goods, Im plements, Grain, 6 Sows, 40 Pigs, and Stock Hogs. See large bills. W. C. Martin. 18-7t FOR SALE A Singer sewing, ma chine. Apply 223 N. 10th St. 17-tf ' FERTILIZERS.; We manufacture High Grade, Com mercial Fertilizers. Prices reasonable. Call and see us before buying your spring supply, ClendenJn Fertilizer Co.. Richmond, Ind. ,, 15-1 FOR RALE Walk. Kramer & Co. Lumber. U. 2-tf FOR SALE Square piano; 409 S. 7th. 20-7t Fat bulls ................ 4.00 4 50 Veal Calves .. 5.00 7.50 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) . , Oats .... .... .... 3537c Timothy Hay (loose) .$15.00 Straw, baled. $6.00 $6.30 Corn .. 53c .RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. , (Richmond Roller Mills) , No. 2 wheat $1.05 Corn, per bu.'. .55c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton ...,..$25.00 Middlings, per ton ...........$28.00 Clover Seed, per bu -...$5.00 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Range ft Co.) Corn .., 55c Timothy ........ .$2.00$2.25 Clover Seed $5.50$tS.OO POULTRY. . (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb .lS20c Old chickens, per lb.,........1820c Ducks .. ...... 18c COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery batter, per lb .......... 34c Eggs .. .............17c Country butter, per lb. ........ . . .25c City Statistics 1 Marriage Licenses. Morris Goldsmith, Richmond, 24, theatrical and Miss Mary E. Rhoades, 26, actress. George W. Rohe, 'South Bend. 2S, office and Miss Muriel Bar tel.. Rich mond, 23. Harry W. Chenoweth, Glen Kara, Ohio. 22, clerk, and Miss Mary A. Smith, Whitewater, 21, school teacher. ." Deaths and Funerals. WILLENBRING After a lingering Illness. Mrs.v Thereaia . Willenbrihg, aged '68 years, an old and respected German resident of the city, died this morning at her home, 409 South Eighth street ' Besides her husband Lewis, the deceased is survived by four children. John Anna, Lewis and Elizabeth. - The funeral will take place Monday morning , at' 9 o'clock from the St Andrews church. The burial will be in the St Andrew's cemetery. Friends may call any time. . Patbar and mother, misters sad brothers. fto know oae another's fatfmate affairs, aad the little txrwd and Brer disturbances sooa b come boesehold commeot. It UweQte ttnwm btr that ia coastipatica and tndaresdoev. aad other troubles of tbe stomach, Ihrer aad bowels a quick care caabe had by the ose of Or. Cald- watt's Syrnp Pepem. JTaki wttl feat fssrssvtnr eisji Ss eaftrMeaats aadlt atdrsss 1 ake toaerht aadyoa WANT AD LETT The follow! are replies to Palla dium Want Ada. 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 fol.ows: Urn 1 . . B. D. . C. S.. '....7 C .... 1 Room . . Modern . O. K. ... Mail will be kept tor 50 days only. All mail not called' for within that time will be cast out . FOR SALE Modern house, South Sth street; will sell cheap if sold in ten days as the owner needs the money. Geo. B. Moore, over 712 Main St Phone 2962. 13-tf For Sale NewA'Hawley" Time Reg ister, : 50-tman, Made by Grouse-Hi! rods Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the-thlng for a small Factory or De parturient Store. ; Address , 19tf FOR SALE Small parlor cook stove; good Singer sewing machine; 38 N. 5th. 20-2t FOR SALE My household furniture, all kinds; 207 North 12th St. 20-2t 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. r 24-lmo FOR SALE A small printing press; hand power; not a toy but a practi cal machine, cheap; 202 N. 19th St. . , . 19-tf FOR SALE Improved farms, city property and. lots. One per cent commission on sales of $500 up. J. V. Kaufman, over 828 Main. Phone 2394. aprl9-tf FOR SALE Single comb Buff Leg rHok. tcs ' for hatching, $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. 400 S. 5th St. Phone 2204. . tu-wed-thu-tf A BROKEN ENGAGEMENT. - The Romance That Kept Charles VII- ' liers Single All His Life. Charles Villiers. long the "father of the house of commons," never mar-, ried, but he was tbe hero of a ro mance which is described in the "Reminiscences and Correspondence cf Mme. Olga Norikoff" as having lasted U his life. Villiers was once, on the eve of mar rying a very rich spinster. Tbe lady, however, was imprudent enough one day to say to ber fiance that she knew very well be only wanted to marry her money and not. herself. Villiers' aristocratic dignity mani fested itself. He took his hat. bowed ;to tbe lady and said tbat after that remark there could be no more ques tion of marriage between them. Oil he went Strangely enough, the deserted spin ster spent tbe uext thirty years in try ing In vain see him to make op. He never came near ber or gave ber a chance of com ins near him. "And do you know." remarked Lady Gilbert who told me the story, "she still loves him and cherishes his memory. - "Oh. that is charming! ' Quite a ro mance!' I exclaimed. ."Tell the lady to lunch with m tomorrow." We were acquainted. "Charles Villiers is com ing."' ' Lady Gilbert de'ivered my message. The two old people met at my hotel, after which tbe lady humbly asked Charles Villiers to call on her. He ac cepted tbe invitation. When we were alone together she said: "Do you know, Mme. Norikoff, he is not In the least altered after all tbese years. He Is exactly tbe same in looks and man ners." Of that of course, i could have no opinion. But surely thirty years be fore tbe old Charles Villiers was nei ther half bent nor half blind.' " How ever, the old time friendship was re newed and lasted until tbe lady's death a few years later. She foft him tbe greatest part of her very great fortune. Charles Villiers became very rich in money, bat no fortunately be was then very rich in years also. ' 1 STALKED BY VULTURES. While Man Trilled a Back the Birds Followed tha Man. -; X met with a curious and not alt gether pleasant experience," writes an Anglo-Indian correspondent who has done a good deaf of large and small game shooting In India, "when 1 was one day stalking a black buck. Be tween me and my quarry lay a large flat field o? black cotton soil bordered by a very low. straggling and thinly growing ' hedge of small babul trees. My only way to get a shot was to cross sSa, bldbSble$ tree bjKwees ER11ST FOR SALE Baby cab, lawn mower and base burner, all in good condi tion. Cheap. 55 S. 17 St '.. 20-2t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. TOR SALE City property and farms. merchandise stocks and fire tnsor acce. Porterfield. Kelly Block, Sth and Main. -tt FOR SALE Modern city homes and other Richmond property. Farm lands; ctty -property to trade Jot farm property. Jones and Wilson. 7th and Main. Phone 1TC2. 24-tf REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can secure a fine suburban home with city conveniences, 3 squares from street car, by phoning 3126. 9-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT ROoms for keeping. 31 N. llth. light' bouse 21-21 FOR RENT Nice country residence; 3 miles north of city. Barn and other out buildings; orchard; good fences Phone 5121C. L. J. Addleman, Route 5. 21-7JL FOR RENT House, modern, call at 222 NT. loth. 20-2t FOR RENT Room, bath; 30 N. 12th street. ; 20-7t FOR RENT Eight room house; gard en, west side. Phone 3449. 18-7t FOR RENT Furnishes rooms, beat with bath for gents, at the Grand. . febzz-tf FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms; call 625 S. B street 19-7t LOST. LOST Tan colored pup, part dach shund; reward; 11 S. 9th St. or phone 2152. 20-3t LOST An envelope containing $20.00 In bills. Return to Florence Flint, Easthaven, or phone 3131. Reward. ' ' 15-7t LOST A Ladles' gold watch at Earl ham. Return to 306 College Ave. Reward. - 20-tf BUSINESS CLASSIFIED Hans N. Koll, Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street r INSURANCE. MOORE ft OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurcnca, Bonds, Loans and - Rentals.' Room 16, L O. O. F. Bldg. lS-tf me anaT.e tuVk. win'c2 baa not nmca VV'v'owse on and was therefore seldom motionless. - proceeded to do tbe jMMh dred yards on the u of my strtsacla, This on loose, hard bukeai &'ack cotten soil was no joke. I pushed my riic n ahead. Then, wriggling past It until the muzzle was near my knee. I would pass It on In front again, and so on. "Progress was slow, and 1 was so absorbed tbat I failed to observe shad ows crossing and recrossing my path and circling around until I had gone some fifty yards.. Then the whirring of wings attracted my ears, and al most at the same moment, a vulture landed on the ground not twenty yards away. I looked up. The air was alive with tbese repulsive looking birds. Then it flash'ed across me that I was being stalked! Doubtless tbese birds were attracted by my extraor dinary method of procedure and mis took me for a wounded or dying man making a final effort to reach some shady spot This was especially possi ble, as the experience occurred in a famine district where deaths by the wayside were not infrequent. By look ing up I had evidently shown myself to the buck, for be was now off at full tilt I therefore took pot shot at the vulture at twenty yards, but did not allow for the sighting sufficiently and missed him. - The thought of being waited for by a flock of vultures while very much alive und well was. to say the least uncanny." Pall Mall Ga sette. The Bird's Tail. In his "Story of the Birds' James Newton Baskett says: To a slight ex tent in some birds the tail may be used as a rudder, but where tbe wing is perfected turning is effected 'with a very scant tall. The use of the tall always has more reference to the np and down movements than to the lat eral. It comes into play In alighting (as a brake) or In rising (as a kii" like surface- and is used dexterously Jy the soaring birds in balancing them selves against vurrlug current of air. Quaint Picture cf Gladstone. : ' According to a Turkish newspaper of 1870. William E. Gladstone was born in 1790. For father he had a Bulgarian. Bis gluttony 'for gold made him yellow. He was 'of medium height bis whiskers were cropped close to his face, and "as a sign of bis satanic spirit his . forehead and topper forehead were bare. His evil temper has made, his hair fall off. so that from a distance he might to tak en tor quit, bald." Karrfcd people ateuld tears what to 60 for oae another's little Ills, and for tbe Bis of tbe cfeOdrea that soar cease. Tbeyare re sooner or later to have oecasioo to treat constipation or todirestfOB. When tbe opportsBity earns Iim Itiel riieieililasl In fihtsia rrltsf and naaflr a permanent core, is with Dr. Cald- fj ahrars be la tbe It costs only 30' oraiataroastorea. HATS CLEANED. We clean all kinds of Hats. Shoe Shine, Sc. 522 Main. 12-lmo UPHOLSTERINO. J. H. RUSSELL, 3S South 7th Street Ffcore 1793. Repair work' a spec ialty. 11-tt MOTOR CYCLES. Indian and Yale. 1910 Model on dis play Pathfinder tires, guaranteed. 13.75, Waking & Co., 406 Main St 15-tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Electric light wiring, door bells and intercommunicating telephones in - stalled and repaired. H. E. Harri son. Phone 3413. . 20-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 S. Eighth street , SHOE REPAIRER. Shoes half soled 50 cents. Henry Bass, 1028 Main. 10-lmo MORTGAGE EXEMPTIONS. Rents collected, real estate loans, fire Insurance. Turner W. Hadley. ' . 10-lmo . t... i '.v..., , ; ART STORE. Fancy work and home baking. Haner's Art Store, 8 S. llth. Phone 2180. 10-tf LAUNDRY Our work to suit everybody; 404 N 8th street 17-2t SHOE REPAIRER. Men's half soles and heel, SO cents; ladies'. 50c. James .Tartaglea, 712 N. 15th. i8-7t LAUNDRY Our work to suit everybody; Vincent Laundry, 404 N. 8th street 17-7t Virtu .and Knowledge. Virtue is an angel, bat she is a . blind one and . mast ask of Knowledge to show her the pathway that leads to her' goal. . Mere knowledge, on the other -hand, is ready to combat either in the ranks of sin or under the banners of righteousness, ready to forge cannon balls or to prist New Testaments, to navigate a corsair's vessel or a missionary ship. Horace Mann. NOTICE OF 8ALE OF REAL ESTATE. Notice ta"lieTi given that the un- I GJrsiinea, as trustee under the eighth ctaose oc ut vm oc izmtk 4 Reeves, willby-M" ortkr '4f -v.the Wayne Circuit. .Govt, offer for slt and sell at private smle at tea o'clock A. M. on Wednesday, April '7tkv ltls the following described real estate io Wayne County, Indiana, to-wlt: Lot number sixty-seven (67) in C. W. Fer guson's addition to the City of Rich mond; upon the following terms, to- wlt: One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, one third in nine months ' and one third In eighteen months from the day of sale, deferred payments to be evidenced by note of purchaser, secured by ' mortgage on the real estate sold, bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date, or the purchaser may pay all cash at his option. The nnCrslgned will re ceive bids for the said real estate at tbe office of the Dickinson Trust Com pany, number 32 South Eighth street. Richmond, Indiana, up to ten -o'clock AM. on April 27th, 1910. DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY; ROBBINS.& ROBBINS, Attorneys. 21-lt CHICAGO, CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Iaf Effect November 14, I Eaat Boatna CUmae-Cinelsiaatl STATIONS I.V. Chicago.. Peru Ar... . . Peru.. . . . . Marion . . Muncie . . . Richmond . . Ct- Grove , . Cincinnati .. Weat BeaaV Ctnelnnatt-CaieasTO STATIONS Cincinnati . .. Ct. Orove . . . . Richmond Muncie .. .. Marlon . . . . Peru Ar... .. Peru .. ...... Chicago . . .... tilth t. Station) 8:lSalfv:00l t:!3a! l:3lal ll:4taJ 12:4lDl i:zp $:0p Through Vestlbuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati. Dobl datlr service. Throush aleepera on trains Noa. 3 and 4 bat ween. Chicaare and Cin cinnati. - .. Fine buffet service on trains X aad x. All trains ran daily- For train connections and o titer ta formation call e A. BLAIR. T. " T. A. ' . Home Phone 30SS. - Richmond. XnA PALLADIUM 'WANT AOS PAY. i s IT I DIP D t:1Sa!l0:0Bpl l:SIp t-Ot. l:32p f:i2e J:2p :01a 7:ea 3:lp S:SSa 7:la 4:40p S:08a :! S:lpl S:41a :80pt T:0a ix:4Spi l:S(aJ 7:p 1:40a t:S4o i:al S:9Aa .liasf0 T:t5al v 7 r t-v LADIES' UNDERGARMENT. The body of this garment Is cut fat nine sections and can be made to At any figure. It is an especially good design for wear without a corset The skirt is circular and with the addition of a straight flounce can be easily made full length. . p . This pattern Is cut in six slsea, St to 42 bust measure. Site S6 requires 4 yards of 35-inch material. Price of pattern SS0 is 10 cents. . No. M& Name Address Sice Fill out blank and send to Pattern partment of this newspaper. LADIES' MORNING JACKET. A washable material resemblinj; veils, sxwbfned with white embroidWfed ineer Ca aod vnL lace was used to make this . jartet. Tltc collar, cntTs, belt aad lower rfjs are O tSaaietrt, making it posswls icr -taeTs-al tSearial to advaatage. yards of lads trr: .1.1 f ,"-V:ctr a tti varus 01 i 1 l Price of nattern 470 b Ul No. 47a Nase .... Atlress ...................................w slZ6 tssseeeeesseeeessil r FTJ! oat blank and send to Pattern De partment of this newspaper. : CHILD'S LINGERIE HAT. This little hat ias a" pleated brim and eaa be Untsdered easily. - The ttiwas ng consists of band and rosette ef rfMra with two long chantirler" feathers. If preferred a ruiSc of embroidery may be used for a brim. . This pattern is cat to four sixes, C, fX 64 and. hat measurer. It lesjalns 1 1 4 rards of ls-hsch material fer asry slae. Price of pattern 9s Is 10 eeaU. Na tt Name ... Address FIR out blank and send to Fsltcft D. . of Una newspaper. 5H.