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lets From , RATES 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 Paliadium!s ooo ooo 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. Pattern. Dept Want Ado Colmminis THE RICHMOND PAIXADIUM AXD SUX-TEIXGKAM, MONDAY, JULY 25, 1910. For Yoiiir Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branca offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your WANT AOS wits, the one neareat row. The rate are the Mine and you will mto a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUEKINO, Thirteenth and South E street A. W. BUCKWCDBU Sth and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT. Sth and 8. H. North of Main. QUIOLET DRUO STORE. 121 N. E ftL CHILES SON. 18th and N. C St. WM. HIEGER. lth and N. O 8t JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St. RAT t cent per word 7 daya for that price of 5 days. Wo charge adver tlaomeata oent In by phone and collect after Ua Insertion. WANTED. WAN YkD-li you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to- Porterfteld's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Main. n-tr WANTED To do your cleaning with a Vacuum Cleaner. Rates 00c per hour. W. H. Mulholland. Phone 2348. 3Tt WANTEtVTo bid on lawn fenco, trellis and arbor work. Walk, drive and farm gates in stock. Any size made to order on short notice. Or der direct from us, If your hardware dealer doesn't handle our goods. 22nd and North E streets. Phono 3751. Eureka Mfg Co. 21-2wks-eod .WANTED By August 1, a house of 5 or S rooms. Geo., Palladium office. WANTED Copy of March 16th. Please ' leave at Palladium office. ft-tf WANTED Washing by German lady st 17H South 4th St. Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. New York, July Open High Copper 58 59 , American Smelting . . 654 664 U. 8. Steel 65)4 65 U. 8. 8teel pfd. .. .. .. .. .. .. 114 114 Pennsylvania .. .. 1261,4 126 St Paul 119 120 B. AO 107 107 New York Central 110 111 Reading . ..136 137 Canadian Paclflo .. . 180 180 Great Northern 121 121 Union Paclflo 157 158 Northern Paclflo .. 116 116 Atchison 95 96 L. A N. ..137 137 Southern Paclflo .. . 108 108 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, July 25 Wheat . Open Hlrh Low Close July ... 108 109 108 109 Sept .. 106 106 105 :o Dec. ... 108 108 107 10$ May ... 111 112 111 112 High Low Close July ... 65 65 64 64 Sept ... 64 66 64 66 .Dec. ... 64 65 62 64 May ... 63 66 64 66 Oa Open High Low Cloee July ... 41 41 41 41 Sept ... 39 39 39 39 Dm. ... 40 40 40 40 May ... 42 43 42 43 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis. July 25. Hogs Receipts 2.500. prime $9.00. Cattle Receipts 1.300; prime $6.25. Sheep Receipts 200; prime $3.50. Lambs $6.50. . PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. - Pittsburg, July 25. Cattle Receipts 125 cars; choice s7.u; prime $7.15; butchers $6.40. 8heep Receipts 13 cars; prime $5.00. Hogs Receipts 30 cars; prime heavy $1.90; yorkers $9.50; pigs $9.90. Veala $9.90. 8pring lambs $7.25. I TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, July 23. Wheat Corn , Oats Clover seed.. .. .. .. .. , ..$1.07H .. ..67H .. ..$3.00 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. Bast Buffalo, July 23. Cattle Receipts 4&nt head; prime Steers $7.75; butchers $7.25. Sheep Receipts 3,000; prime $5.40; choice $7.75. Hogs Receipts 8.500 head: yorkers $8.60; pigs $10.10; heavies $9.05. Lambs $7,75. . Calves Receipts 1,500 head; choice $10.30. TWe to ae SMdteiM safe aad at the tarn. as to use as Dr. CattwU's Brnr v1' -Ua. iaesstseisnsym Central. QUIOLET DRUO STORE. 4th and Main. Weet Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West let. GEO. H. SHOFER. rd and W. Mala. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Shorldaa St ES WANTED A place to assist with housework, willing to care for child ren. C. M., care Palladium. WANTED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened: call for and delivered. Brown-Dar nell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED You to go to Murray Bil llard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED Bread baker at 8 S. lltfi St. 7-tt SALESMEN making small towns can earn a nice income carrying our pocket sideline. Write for Order Book today. 20th Century Mfg. Co., 1308 Wells St., Chicago. July24&31 WANTED Woman cook at 1326 N. P St. 23-2t WANTED To exchange good phaeton for rubber tired surrey. Phone 1522. WANTED Girl to assist with house work. Frank Underbill, Greensfork, Ind. 23-7t Reports Phone 1416.) Iw 58 64 64 113 125 118 106 109 135 180 121 155 115 92 135 106 Close 58 65 64 113 125 118 106 109 135 180 121 156 115 92 135 106 CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, July 23. Cattle-Receipts 800; shippers $7.00. Hogs Receipts 2.000; butches gS.OO. Sheep Receipts 3.300; extras $4.1o. Lamb 8 $7.23. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, July 23. Wheat $1.02 Corn 07c Oats .. .. 45 !jp Rye '.78c RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAT MARKET. (Omar O. Whelan) Oats 35Q37c Timothy Hay (loose) S15.0U Straw, haled. $6.003 $8.50 Corn 57c Wheat, per 100 pounds $1.85 RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 Wheat $1.00 No. 3 Wheat 00c Corn 57c Rye. per ha 70c Dran. per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton S2S.00 Clover Seed S5.00$5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge Co.) Corn 5357 Timothy .....$2.00Q$2.23 Clover Seed $5,0035.50 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb 18020c Old chickens, per lb 18020c Ducks ISc COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb. 30c Eggs 18c Country butter, per lb 20c BABY WANTED A JOB Young James Brannon. aged three years, decided he needed a job this morning. He left his grandfather's home, 019 North Eighth street about eight o'clock. William Brannon, hi grandfather, notified the police and young Brannon was found at Routh'3 blacksmith shop. Ft Wayne avenue and North D street, about an hour lat er. He was returned to his almost frantic grandparents. James lives on 8outh Ninth street but had been visit ing his grandparents for several days, lib father la Tfconaa Erannoa WANTED Position In office or store by young girl; address care of H.. Pal. 252t WANTED Girl for general house work; 412 N. 11th St. 25-2t WANTED Position as housekeeper; address M., care Palladium. WANTED A position as a nurse girl; address care of E, Palladium. 23-2t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Eleven pairs of shutters, good condition. 232 Richmond ave nue. 2t-7t FOR SALE Old boxes, barrels, etc. Would make good kindling wood. Inquire Joe's Place, 203 Ft. Wayne ave. 15-tf FOR SALE Orange Ade Cooler; Dick inson Pharmacy. 1025 Main. 24-2t FOR SALE ft Earlhara Cemetery lot on Gaar Hill. Call at 241 S. 2nd St. 24-3t FOR SALE Six room house -with bath, furnace and electric light, J2.300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf Foil SALKChoice, residence lot, first ec.u are South i2th St Dr. Ew- lng. 23-t! J. M. Lacey Pawnb roker, sth and Main. 26-3mo FOR SALE A good paying Candy st&nd; reason for selling, party go ing to leave the city. For particu- " lars see Geo. Manoosas, Arcade Candy stand. 29-tf FOR SALE or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses in fine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67, Rich mond, Indiana. jlj-9-tf FOR SALE Runabout automobile. 1150; 106 S. 7th St. july9-tf HAIR weaving, , manicuring, face mas sage and scalp treatment. Shampoo ing, 35c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South Sixth. may23-6mo HOB A CANDY STORE Robbers Take $5.65 in Cop pers But Overlooked Sum of $318. OPEN THE FRONT DOOR Overlooking $318 in cash robbers Sunday night entered the confection ery of Orville Nixon at Eighth and Main streets and escaped with $5.CT, Two dollars in coppers were taken from the cash drawer and left on a serving table In the back room, evi dently too small an amount to take. When Mr. Nixon started to open up his store this morning he found the front door open. The cash register drawer was out and the drawer cash missing. In a small compartment of the drawer was $18 which had not been touched. The safe immediately back of the register was not securely locked and contained $300 in cash and about $40 of valuable papers. It is believed amateurs are respon sible for the job. TOY J. CI Third place on the "Association Roll of Honor," and eighth place on the "All-American Roll of Honor," in the International Bible study examina tions of the Y. M. C. A. has been awarded to the Richmond association. The "Association Roll of Honor," awards are for the number of examina tion certificates awarded in propor tion to the membership and "All-American Roll of Honor," is for the actual number of certificates awarded. Ten awards are made In each class. Last year the Richmond association was given third in the Ail-American class and ninth in the association class. Secretary George Goodwin considers the honor a great one. Death. AVicient and Modern. The art of the ancients would cer tainly seem to show that their concep tion of death was a much more cheer ful one than that which has obtained In later times. It was at one time thought that the old Greeks and Egyp tians had no artistic symbol for death, but this was a misconception. Death was almost Invariably represented by them as the kinsman of sleep. The Greeks personified It as Tbanatos, eld er brother of Sleep. The Romans sometimes depicted Death and Sleep as twin children reposing In the arms of Night. The skull and cross bones and the skeleton as emblems of death .do not appear to hare become com mon nntil comparatively late Christian times. It has been suggested that the terrible famines and pestilences which scourged Europe during the middle ages were responsible for the fear or horror with which the modern miad Is osuallr iccostomed to look upon death.. or Lint. r,.i.iir1. " --" -nttT hiiIIIm laxative. It is important to know what latto si f or MMa, piufaU wttm er catatHe r tabtata. Qf an a ssOd. UxmtiT tonie Hka Dr. Cald. waB's Srmp Fpaia. which aens at the small sa o esM w H at rm stor. It la the Itn WWIWTHWm HONORS WANT AD LETT The fo!!owlr.j are replies to Palla dium Want Ada. received at tola of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail In answer to their ads. Mall at thla ofr.ee up to 12 noon today aa tol.ows: J. M 4 J. C 2 a. Heiman ... 1 H. 10 1 J 1 A. B. C 3 H. E. G 1 R. A. 1 Trade 2 H 1 A 1 S 1 Geo. 1 C. M 1 Mail will bt kept tor 30 days only. Alt mall not cilfed tot within that time w1!l be cast out FOR SALE Lot in Benton Heights. Phone 3760. FOR SALE 000 acres, mostly fer tile first bottom soil; good house, barn, etc. 2 miles of river front, af fording finest of fishing, etc. An nual income from this farm over $4,000. Where can you beat It? Price only $55 per acre. Seekers iu bargains in productive lands should seek J. E. M. Agency, over 0 North Seventh street, Richmond, Indiana. 21-tf FOR SALE 4 year old horse, wagon and harness, and 23 stands of bees with about one thousand lbs. of honey. Lee Eadler, R, R. No 8. Phone 4356. FOR SALE Allwin go-cart and storm front. 105 Williams St. 25-2t FOR SALE or exchangge Orange, fig, corn or rice land, near Houston, Tex., for good , city property, or a good farm. Telephone 3218. 25-lt MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE For sale or rent; a new buai ness room 22xGS in good location. ASK THAT A NEW CORONER'S JURY HEAR RAWN CASE (Continued from Page One.) cials of the railroad, past or present, who know of the alleged grafting. Cause of Attitude. Two reasons, for Rawn's attitude on the hearing before Master-in-Chancery Taylor when he placed the responsi bility for the "farming out" custom of the Illinois Central on the shoulders of President Harahan as wH as him self were advanced last night by an Illinois Central official. "The principal reason Rawn dragg ed in Harahan's name was his hatred for his former chief. He knew Hara han had started the inquiry which was slowly but surely tightening its coils about him. He knew he faced disgrace and that Harahan was part ly responsible for turning on the spot light of inquiry. In desperation he turned on his former enemy and at tempted to make him a partner In his guilt." The strict injunction not to discuss the car fraud investigation was passed to Illinois Central officials by Hara han today. The Pinkerton office has issued many thousand slips offering $5,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the murderer of Rawn. There is no attempt at description of the alleged murderer offered by Mrs. Rawn and her married daughters. After a search of the dead railroad er's effects there Is no trace of a wilL William Bury, his , personal attorney is of the opinion that he died inte state. JUDGE AT NEW CASTLE. Venue cases called Judge Fox of the circuit court, to New Castle where he will be engaged with Henry county troubles for the next several days. For Invalids use a bedstead has been invented in which the center of head is made to swing out to form a head and shoulder rest. THINK BIG LINER CARRIES MAN WHO IS BADLY WANTED (Continued From Page One.) the Montrose, whose quick action led to the discovery of the pair believed to be Crippen and his companion. Through other ships that relay the messages, the Montrose today was in communication with Scotland Yard, it was learned here in spite of the tacit urnity of the police. Moscrop Gets Orders. It Is also known that the authorities have requested Captain Moscrop who is his own master, under no Jurisdic tion when on the high seas to keep the disguised persons under close surveillance, and moreover to throw Crippen Into irons at the first intima tion that he baa learned his situation. la spite of tne eorta of Captain Mo Ei-UST Business is no overdone. Box 155 Fountain City.' Ind. eod-7t PATENTS procured, also sold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington, D. C. may22-t Repairs we can't make AINT Ward Machine Shop. 830 N. B St. LOST LOST Floral enameled pin with gold stem. Lost between corner West Fourth and Kinsey and 46 South 14th street. Reward for return. Mrs. C. E. Shiveley. LOST On Saturday child's pink straw hat on Straight line pike, about 3 miles from town. Return to Net tleton Neff, Union Station; receive reward. 25-2t FOR RENT. FOR RENT 5 room house, screened porch. Electric light. Both waters in house. Large lot. Phone 4249. 22-3t FOR RENT Double house east of car barns, National avenue. Phone 3070. 22-7t FOR RENT Room with board. 44 S. 12th street. 21-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, moder ate rates, electric light and bath for gents only at the Grand. jly5-tf FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater. O. G. Murray. 13-tf FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish ed rooms suitable for light house keeping In -entirely new modern house. 105 North 4th. Phone 1612. 21-tf FOR RENT 5 room house on South 16th near Main. Enquire 92 Fort Wayne Ave. It scrop and his officers, fears are enter tained here that an idea of the sup posed identity of the psuedo clergy man and his son the roles taken by the suspected pair will be gained by the score of other second class pass engers, or even some of the 400 in the steerage. Such an event might lead Crlppen to desperation. There is a strong belief here, however, that he would brazen it out, hoping for liberty, if brought to trial, on the ground that there is not a scrap of direct evidence against him and even the corpus delicti, the body proving murder Is not produceable, there being aa yet no legal certainty as to the identity of the woman's body found mutilated and in quicklime, bur ied in the cellar of the Crippen home, 30 Hilldrop Crescent, North London. The police today refused to comment on the report that inspector Dew had decided to board the Montrose at sea. Montrose is Slowest. In the best informed circles, howev er, little credence is given to the re port. The Moqtrose is a twelve-day boat, and the Laurentic makes the pas sage of the Atlantic in eight days. The Laurentic will get to Quebec twelve hours before the Montrose is due there, on Monday. The climax in the sensational dash across the ocean may come at Rimouski, where the ships are due the day before they reftch Quebec. To attempt a transfer at sea, even should no difficulty be experienced in having the vessels meet, would excite the suspicion of the quary, if nothing else did. In the eyes of the authori ties little would be gained and such an arrest might prove the basis for a technical defense in court, the. sea be ing under the law of no country. . CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department' of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind., July 21, 1010. To Whom it May Concern: Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 21st day of July, 1910, they approved an as sessment roll showing the prima facie assessments for the following desribed public Improvement, as authorized by the Improvement Resolution named. Improvement Resolution No. 215-1010. Providing for the improvement of Elm Place, by the construction of ce ment gutter strip and cement sidewalk 10 feet In width on the north sidi thereof, from North Sth to North Oth street Improvement Resolution No. 216-1910. Providing for the improvement of the alley between South 4th and 5th streets from the first alley running Notice is hereby given. That sealed bids will be received at Office of Trustee till the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., Aug. 4, 1910, for building cement .walks at School House, District No. 5, Franklin Township. Plans and specifications on file at Trustee's off ice; also County Superintendent's. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. ttathan Grave, Township Truotoo Franklin Township, Wayne County, Ind. Dated July 12, 1910. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED FERTILIZER. Attention Farmers. Save your money by buying Fertilisers of a man who .understands them thoroughly. Phone 5150D. 2G-tt ART STORE. Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store, S S. 11th. Phone 21S0. 10-tf STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his fire proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th and Main street junelS-tl INSURANCE. We write a general line of Insurance Bonds, Ixans and Rentals. Prompt attention given to all business Moore & Ogborn, Room 16, I- O. O F Bldg. 22-tf BATHING. THE up to date bathing pond for la dies and gents, cool, clean, fresh water, bathing suits, all accommoda tions. Open until 10 p. m. You are invited. Follow the path north from the Glen. tue-thu-sat 9-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. 14 S. Eighth stret PUBLIC SALE 55 acre farm; good buildings; fruit and two miles north Brownsville, known as the Cunning- torn homestead, August 2. 2 p. m A. O. Dering, Auctionerr. 12-18-23 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Improved farms, city property and lots. One per cent commission on sales of $500. Kauf man, oyer S28 Main. Phone 2394 Juno Itf. east and west south of South B street south to South C street, by construct ing cement roadway in said alley th-s full width thereof, between the points named. Persons interested In or affected by said described public improvement, or either of them, are hereby notified that the Board of Public Dnrks of said city has fixed Monday August 8, 1910, aa a date upon which remonstrances will be received, or heard, against tho amount assessed against each piece of property described in said roll and will determine the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefited in the amounts named on said roll, or in a greater or less sum than that named on said roll Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed. Is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city, H. M. HAMMOND. FRED R. CHARLES. W. W. ZIMMERMAN. Board of Public Works. july 22-7t State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss In the Wayne Circuit Court, April Term, 1910. Ex parte Eldo A. Caln,'et al. Petition for Drainage. To John G. Clark and Nellie Savory, Louisa Doan. You are hereby notified that I and others, have filed in the office of the Clerk of . the Wayne Circuit Court a petition for drainage of certain real estate In Wayne County, State of In diana, being in Sections 29, 30 and 21, and Township 18, Range 13 East. It is believed that Said drainage can be best and most cheaply accom plished'by a ditch and drain begin ning at or near a point about 20 rods north of the south line and SO rods west of the east line of northeast quarter of Sec. 30, Twp. 18, Range 18 East, and extending in a southerly di recti on across the southeast quarter of said Section SO, and continuing in a southerly direction across the north east quarter of Section 31, Twp. 18 Range 13 East, to a point about 20 rods north of the south line of said northeast quarter of Section 31 thence in an easterly direction to a point about 30 rods west of the east line of said quarter section. You are further hereby notified that said petition will be docketed for hearing in said court on the loth day of August, 1910. Dated this 20th day of July, 1910. ' ELDO A. CAIN et al.. Petitioners. A. M. Gardner, Attorney. 24-25-26 MISSES DRESS. The graceful lines of this dress are ae fentuatrd by the trimming bands of con trasting material. The waist is rimed tn the back and the skirt is in tout pleated sections. Dark green with green nd white plaid were the materials used. This pattern Is cut In three sizes. 14, 16 and IS rears. Sise 10 requires 8 1-3 yards of 97-inch material. Price of pat tern 495 U 10 cents. No. 4M. N Address Sise. Fill out blank and sent to Pattern Department of this newjoae' v CHILD'S ROMPERS. The pattern of the waist and front f the bloomers . Is in one piece, rhe back of the bloomers Is gathered to a binding which buttons on to the waist, rhe ends of the binding are extended to form the belt, which buttons in front. Blue chambray with navy blae and white tpotted print were the materials weed. This pattern is cut la three slssa, t, 9 and 4 years. Sise 9 requires 8 yards at 7-inch material. , Price of Pattern 471 la 10 cento. NO. T1. Name Address Site ........ Fill out blank and send to Patten Department of this newspaper. , LADIES' WORK APRON. This Is an excellent design for m gbtf ham or print apron. It covers the en tire dress and is fitted by carves instead of gathers. This pattern Is cat In three sizes, &?. 36 and 40 bast measure Sise 80 lequlreS 04 yards of 31-inch material. Price of pattern 445 is 10 cents. No. 445 '- S Sim r FBI eat tkcfx -gsl seat t TtSZsfr 2t f .