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THE RICII3IOXD PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEG RAM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910.
PAGE SEVERN 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. WANTED. Wanted Everybody to use Routh's Air Pres sure on their bicycle tires. 10 FT. WAYNE AVE. 12-7t WANTED Mrs. O. A. Miller '300 N. W. 3rd Rt. to call at Palladium of fice and get two tickets for this ev ening's performance at the Gennett theater. WANTED Olrl to do general house- work. Call 408 8. 8th St 12-2t WANTED Room for light house-keep ing. preferable in flat, by lady em ployed.. Phone 2077.. 12-lt VAN TED Carpenters. Apply at job on Linden avenue, Knit-view, be tween 7 nd S o'clock. 12-lt v A 1'a.D Woman to work by the day. 30 S. 13th. 12-3t WANTED Competent girl for gener al housework, for small family. No washing; good wages. 28 S. 17th St. Phone 2932. 12-2t WANTED Washing and Ironing to do. Work by day. Call 741 N. 14th. ' . 112t WANTED Situation by experienced seamstress. Address P. C, care Pal ladlum. ll-2t WANTED Roomers at 323N7T4th". Furnace, bath and electric light. ll-7t WANTED Girl for general house work, 303 N. 9th St. ll-3t WANTED Girl for gem-ral house work ; 4 10 N. 9th 10-tf WANTED-iib"t air furnace. Phone 2370. , 9-tf WANTED We want immediately a good solicitor to represent' us in this territory. Good position for a hustler. Full information on re quest. Hooker, Wyman &'Co., Ro chester, N.'Y. ' ocO-16-23 no 6 WANTED Boys wanted, Western Union Telegraph Co. ' Boys will be given lessons in telegraphy; excel lent opportunity to learn tele graphy. 9-7t WXNTEDTo rent farm, either by year or shares. Address C. C, care Palladium. 8-7t WANTED Large base burner; also coal range. Send description and price. C. M. Williams, Fountain City, Ind. . . t7aNT ED Sheet iron workers, good" on heavy work, such as' tanks, smoke stacks and brecchings. Steady em ployment. IJttleford Brothers, 453 c. rean si., Cincinnati, J. WANTED Pin boys; must be six teen. City Bowling Alley. 23-tf WANTED Bread' baker at 8 3. 11th t. 7-tt News of Surrounding Towns MILTON. IND. Milton. Ind., Oct. 12. Miss Boss Kirkwood of Cambridge City and Miss Alice 8cott of Indianapolis, called on Mesdames Richard Sills and O. W. Callaway and others yesterday. Miai . Lula Faucett called on Cam bridge City friends yesterday. Mra. Mary Parkins la no better. Mesdames W. P. Moore and Walter Templln spent today with Mr. and Mra. Edwin Moore at Richmond. Mrs. 8am Btamm and Mra. Anna Stnrgiss ot Mt. Auburn, spent yes terday with Mra. Jennie Stamm. Mra. Will Sweeney ot Cambridge City, called on her husband's parents Dr. and Mrs. Sweeney yesterday. Paul Matthews of Centervllle, called and bla grandmother, Mrs. Needham Monday evening. Mra. Hardaway and children who have been visiting among her rela tives, Messrs. Jones and family, left yeaterday enroute for her home In Montgomery, Ala. Miss Edith Hall has gone to Mr. Broaddus's near Harrlsburg. Messrs. and Mesdames Dona Cald well and Bert Caldwell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Elliott- near Harrlsburg. Mrs. Willis Leverton was at Rich mond Saturday. Her sister, Mrs. Wiggins Is out of the hospital. Mrs. Jesse Fulghum of Richmond visited her sisters, the Misses Mary and 8arah Roberts yesterday. Their brother Thomas Roberts and son. Harry, of Chicago, who have been biro leave tomorrow for Cincinnati to visit Harry Roberts and family. Mrs. Frank DuGranrut visitetd her mother Mrs. Green at Connersrille yesterday. Benjamin Meldrura's little girl is no better. The D. ot R. aid society will meet with Mrs. Willis Leverton tomorrow. Mrs. lloel spent yesterday with friends at Cambridge City. Joe Snyder who has been operator at Cambridge City on the Pennsyl vania lines has taken a day Job at Pennvllle. Frank Hutchinson moved Monday to Park Thornburg's farm. Miss Maude Ball writes from Pawnee. Okla, that she Is much bet ter of, bay fever and getting along well In school. She states that they have had rain and It is now not so hot 8be also speaks a good word for Miss Miriam Parkins who Is also teaching Jhere end Is making a great success of her work and liked by ev eryone. Misses Ball and Parkins are sraduates of Milton high school and tufierltnced teachers. -Miss Ball is o WANTED Good solicitors. Apply National Products Co., Cor. 5th and South A Sts. septl7-lmo WANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED We pay cash !or second hand base burners; 1029 Main St, Phone 1014. - Richmond Plating Co. sun-wed-sat-2 wks WAVl'. To repair your.baby cabs. fumltnt, bicycles and all kinds of rejmlr work. We also do picture framii.a Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main. Phone 1936. 18-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, gc right to Porterfleld's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Altn. 14-tf ' BATTLING FOR THE RIGHT" The Life Story of Theodore Roosevelt. Authentic. Up-to-date. Great money maker. Liberal terms. Outfit free. Zeigler Co., 209 Fourth St., Phila delphia, tu-thur-sun 2wk WANTED Door and window screens to ordir, lawn mowers sharpened; call toe and delivered. Brown-Darnell Co.. 1022 Main. Phone 1936. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield. Kelly BIk., 8th and Main' sept3-tf FOR SALE Double house and lots at 122 Randolph St. One side rents for $10 and other for $13. Will sell for $2,350. 12-7t FOR SALE Florence hot blast No. 53; smaller coal stove; "Favorite" cook stove; gas hot plate. 109 S. 11th: 12-2t FOR SALE 120 acres, rood 8 room hou.se, big barn, good fences, near a small town. Will take In city prop erty. Price $70 an acre. Kaufman, over 828 Main St. FOR SALE Cheap. Brown tailor suit with hat to match.- 322 N. 8th St. J2-2t FOR SALE Cheap. Washing nia chine, wringer and tub. 322 N. Sth St. 12-2t FOR SALE 11 year old boy's over- coat. 402 N. 19th. 12-3t FOR SALE Folding bed. washing machine and wringer. 322 N. 8th. - 12-2t Choice Lambs For Sale L. E. Alexander, Richmond, R. 4, or Fountain City Phone 171E. ll-7t FOR SLEModern home. , Apply 315 S. 12th. ll-14t FOR SALE Full blooded Fox Terrier pups at 441 S. 12th St. ll-2t FOR SALE Stewart Oak heating stove.' 506 S. B St. ll-2t the daughter of Mrs. Julia Ball and has taught in this county as well as In Oklahoma last year. Miss Parkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parkins and taught last summer In Skyland Institute, Blowing Rock, N. C. Several members of Osage tribe, No. 93, I. O. R. M. at Cambridge City will attend lodge there tonight They will take in live new members and the New Lisbon team will do the work. All Red Men are invited and a ban quet will be served. Mrs. George Murley spent yester day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Border, at Richmond. Her mother is sick. Miss Marie Snyder visited her aunt, Mrs. Kanarian Saturday and saw the festival. Her pupils had an exhibit there. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Heck and daugh ter of Elwood called on Mrs. O. W. Calaway Monday. The latter is not recovering rapidly from the accident of hurting her am In a fall. Mrs. Emma Ferguson fell as she was stepping from her door into the yard and sprained her foot severely. She cannot be up. Mrs. Martha Stover and aunt, Mrs. B. M. Kern, who returned here from Indianapolis Monday, go 'to Muncle tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Hlser and Mrs. Kimmel From there they will return to Indianapolis and will soon leave for Harrlsburg, Pa., where Miss Kern will spend the win ter. Mrs. D. H. Warren's class ot ladies ot the Christian church Bible school met with Miss Hattie Sills Monday afternoon in a sewing bee. Mrs. Blackburn has gone to Hart well, Cincinnati, for a few days visit Messrs. and Mesdames W. E. Wil liams. Ott Crownover and family and Mrs. Homer Williams returned yes terday from their automobile trip to Hamilton. Ohio. Mrs. William Daniels, Sr., who with her daughter, Gertrude, came Sunday to visit the son and brother. Will Daniels and family, will remain a few days. Her daughter returned home to Indianapolis. Charles Davis is out as traveling salesman for the Milton Buggy com pany this week. Miss Ruby Kellam is better. Mrs. Fremont Marlatt is better. . Mrs. Frank Wallace is much indisposed. Mrs. John Kellam 's suffering from severe cold. Harry Mosbaugh Is in disposed. Mrs, Isaiah Doddridge, of Dodd ridge, was a recent visitor of Mr. J. M. McMahan. 'There will be a men's meeting un PAL LAD IUM o o Want Ado WANT AD TTE1 y The fellow Ing 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. Mall at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Experience . . 2 Tailorshop ... 1 6130E 1 28 T. F 1 A. B. C. 1 Mall will be k;pt tcr Zj aays only. All mall not cal'ed for witMn that lime will be cast out FOR SALE Second hand furnace, cheap. 103 S. 9th St. ll-7t FOR SALE Cook stove. 127 S. 4th St. ll-7t FOR SALE A good property, cheap, if sold at once. Call at 140 Boyer St.. Fairview. , ll-3t FOR SALE General stock worth above S 1.800; small town; Porter field. 10-3t FOR SALE Cheap, pair of mules, weigh 2,400 lbs., also wagon and harness. One three year old driving colt, weight 100 lbs. Union Ice Co., West 3rd and Chestnut St. 10-7t FbR-SALE Combination book case and writing desk. 116 N. 16th St. 10-3t FOR SALE Berkshire pigs of either sex. Elias Scholl & Son, Conners ville, Ind. 8-tue8-thur-fri-7t FORSALE Modern home. Phone 3234. tf FOR SALE One hundred good hedge posts. Dye & Price. 9-3t FlRSALEHousehold goods, partor, bedroom, dining room and kitchen furniture, one Garland base burner, one gas range, one fine upright Kim ball Piano. All goods almost new. Parties leaving city. Call 19 North 9th St. 27-tf FOR SALE Pure bred Indian Run . ner Drakes. E. O. Cokefair, Cam bridge City.Mnd. 25-thu-sat-2wks FOR SALE New and second hand buggies and carriages. Newbern's Shop, 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. 27-tf FOR SALE Stock" general .merchan dise, mostly groceries, a good, clean stock; also 1 buggy, 1 delivery wag on, 1 phaeton, 2 horses and other , things. Will sell for cash, time or trade for. small, rental, property. Ad dress Box 74. Boston-, Ind. - - 4-tf FOR SA1E Small, well Jmpiovea su burban premises; well fruited, good bouse and barn; other outbuildings; an Ideal little borne for the retired farmer, or city man seeking a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to The J. 13. M. Agency, over 6 North Seventh street. eept 1-tf der the 'auspices of the men's Bible classes of the Christian church Bible school at the Christian church Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The sermon "Christ's Call to Man" by the Rev. Van Winkle will be preceded by an organ recital by Miss Nellie Jones and a song service conducted by Miss Mae Hanna, after which the services will be private to the men. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. W. L. Parkins yesterday afternoon. The following officers were elected to serve the coming term: Mrs. J. M. McMahan, president; Mrs. Pinnick, vice president; Mrs. Sam Hoshour, recording secretary; Miss Lula Ward, treasurer; Mrs. Borders, delegate to the convention at Ft. Wayne," begin ning Friday. HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 12. Mrs. C. M. Mohler and two children and Mrs. Caroline Culp have returned from a visit in Illinois. Mrs. Lewis Beeson entertained at a family dinner Tuesday in honor of her step daughter Mrs. Frank Till man of New York City, who will re turn to her home the first part of next week. r Mr. and Mrs. Waltetr Beeson gave' a dinner Sunday. Mr.' and Mrs.-, Clifford Fouts are moving this week to the Plummer pro perty. Mrs. Chas. ; Newcorab will move to the house vacaated by the Fouts's. - " ' Mr. and Mrs. James Book of Har lansburg. Pa., and two children are visiting with Mrs. Books' brother, R. R. Brant and wife. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fox went to Chicago Tuesday to spend a few days the guests of Mrs. Mary Pool and Miss Dorothy Pool. Mahlon Leonard and family spent Sunday with Levi Williams near Mill ville. - , - ' Mr., and , Mrs. Earl Strickler enter tained Sunday at a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Minos Strickler and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shively and son. Mr. and Mrs. James Fouts enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wyle and daughter Bernice of near Greensfork and Mrs. Esther Hays. Mrs. Mary Raffe was pleasantly surprised Sunday, her 70th birthday, by fifty-two friends and relatives who came with well filled baskets of eat ables and spent the day with her. Mr. and Mrs. Art Moore spent Tues day with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lester. Mr.- and Mrs. Jyle Jones entertain ed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morros of Mt Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Os car Jones. Mr. and Mrs. McMann and grand daughter Lucile spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Allen Fouts. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roth en tertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wal IE ST OOP ColMinrra FOR SALE OR RENT Seven room J nouse in gooa conaiuon. uau cor ner School and Harris St. 9-7t FOR SALE Walk. Drive and Auto matic Gates. All sizes, plain and ornamental; special sizes to order. If your hardware dealer doesn't han dle them, order direct from our fac tory. Eureka Fence Mfg. Co., Phone 3731. sept30-2wks-eod FOR RENT.' FOR RENT Two tickets for tonight s performance at Gennett theater be longing to Miss Alice McManus. Call for same at Palladium at 7:45. FOR RENT Brick house, 8 rooms, furnace, bath, electricity. 423 S. 12th St. Inquire 2116 Main St. 12-2t FOR RENT 5 room cottage $9.00 Six room house $10.00. Box 100 City. 12-2t FOR RENT Two room flat furnish ed for housekeeping, in the rear at $3.00 per week, at 46 S. 11th. 12-tf FOR RENT 5 room house. Apply 520 N. 19th St. 12-2t FOR RENT Six room house, electric lights, bath, furnace and both kinds of water. 405 Pearl St, or Romey's Furniture Co. 12-3t FOR RENT Two rooms lurnished for housekeeping in the rear at $3.50 per week at 46 S. 11th. . 11-tf FOR RENT 2 unfurnished rooms, 9 N. lath. ll-2t FOR RENT A new three roomed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. 2 f MISCELLANEOUS, Excursion to New Mexico There will be a large party leave Richmond on Tuesday, October 18th for Las Vegas, New Mexico to Inspect the wonderfully fertile farming lands in that section. Many people from this section have already bought and located there and many others have signified their in tention of joining the present party. The fare for the round trip includ ing all accommodations will be $50.00. The trip will take about one week. If you are looking for a new location or wish to make an investment in lands which are bound' to yield the largest profits, or wish further Infor mation regarding the trip advise F. E. Hunt who will be at the Arlington Hotel Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14. 15, 1910, from l'prm. imtil 8 p..rn. 11-2J J. M. Lacy Pawnuroicer. , sth and Main. . 26-3mo HAIR weaving, manicuring, face maa sage and scalp treatment. Shampoo ing 35c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 1 South Sixth. may25-6mo ter Fagan and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brown. Jeff Hoover of Oakville, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. William W'orl. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Kirby were afternoon visitoirs. EATON, OHIO. Eaton, O., Oct 12. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hooper have returned to their home in Chicago after an extend ed visit in Eaton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Markley. Dr. W. H. Bucke Is at Lexington, Ky for a few days stay. Miss Martha Lake has returned from Chautauqua Lake, N. Y., where she had spent the past two months. Louis Green, of Richmond, Ind., was an Eaton visitor Monday. Cbalmer Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ross is 111 with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Sanders have returned to their home at Honey Creek. Ind., after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Sharkey. Charles Winters is temporarily working the second "trick in the lo cal ticket office of the Ohio Electric railway. Russell McNeal has been promoted to the ' first and will con tinue to serve as day man from now on until after the election. Miss Fern Shaffer, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shaffer. North Cherry street is a victim of typhoid fever. The members of the Unity club were delightfully entertained Monday ev ening at the home of Mrs. Anna Tyr rell on Nortn Barron street Follow ing the customary program and a business session an appetizing lunch eon was served by the hostess, who was assisted by Miss Grace Gilmore. Mrs. Amanda Mann is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Charles Mlley, at New Castle, Ind. G. W. Rehfuss returned Monday from Elkhart, Ind., where he spent Sunday with bis wife, who has been visiting their daughter, Mrs. W. E. Wyatt Henry Adler leaves Wednesday for Los Angeles, CaL, where he will spend the winter months with his daughter, Mrs. Adam Smith. FOR VOTING PLACES. The county commissioners will meet on Saturday and select, voting places for the November election and also consider other matters which will come up in regard to the campaign. It is very likely that the voting places will be the same as have been used in the past At least an effort will be made to have as many as possible of the established voting places secured for use in November 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. FIXE HORSES Like people, die. Therefore, if you have any valuable ones, insure them against death from any cause. For particulars call on or 'pbor-e Dougan & Co.. Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf AUCTIONEERING For auctioneer ing on farm, personal property, etc. cee John Kenworthy. 830 N. 12th. 8fpt20-wed&sun-l mo PATENTS procured, also sold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patect Exchange, Jenifer Build- , Ing, Washington. D. C. may23-t: BUSINESS CHANGE Tnso Hunt, for a number of years with the firm of 11. R. Downing & Son, is cc-v ass ciated with Messrs. Chas. Wr. Jor dan and Daniel McManus under the firm rame of Jordan, McManus & Hunt, Funeral Directors. 1014 Main Street. Tel. 2175. tues-wed-eun-4 v.ks LOST LOST A watch and fob. Phone 4023. L. Penquite, 121 Chestnut St. Re ward. 12-tf LOST Two tickets for tonight's per formance at Gennett theater for Mrs. Al Reber of S. 12th St. Call for same at Palladium at 7:45. LOST Child's grey sweater, Saturday evening at market house. Call phone 3013 or leave at Palladium. 12-2t LOST Hand bag, containing watch valued as a gift and money. Return to 515 N. 19th St. Reward. ll-7t Lost SeJff-filling foun tain pen, Richmond make. Reward if re turned to Palladium of fice. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Choice residence lot, flrct e?utre South 12th St Dr. Sw ing. 23-? FOR SALE House and household goods; 115 N. 12th. Phone 2484. 24-tf FOR SALE Six room bouse with bath, furnace and electric light 1 2.300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR SALE Modern home. Good lo cation; equipped with electricity, bath and furnace. .Call phone 2037 or call at 318 N. 14th St 1 28-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. Jly9-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. IS IT "COLD FEET II i Or an Unsafe Wind that Pre vents Walter Wellman's Little Sky Trip? HE BLAMES THE BREEZES (American News Service) . Atlantic City, Oct. 12. After at tracting a great crowd by a previous announcement that he would positive ly start on a trans-Atlantic aerial journey in his dirigible, the "Ameri ca," Walter Wellman, aeronaut news paper writer, attired in a brand new yellow khaki uniform, announced this forenoon that the breeze was too high to make a venture. His chief engi neer had the motors running and all in readiness at eight o'clock. A suspi cion of "cold feet" pervaded the anx ious spectators. MADE MORGAN MAD When Episcopal Conference Discussed Miracles and Science Healings. HE LEFT ROOM IN WRATH (American News Service) Cincinnati. Oct 12. WTien the sub ject of healing by modern miracles was under discussion at the Episcopal conference today, J. Pierpont Morgan displayed his disgust by jumping ex citedly from his seat in the house of deputies and leaving the room. "Most disgusting affair I ever listened to. I have heard more absurd statements from that platform than I ever heard before, snapped the king , of Wall street afterwards. That the so-called "pretensions of the Christian Science and Roman Catholic churches have some foundation In natural law. If not a supernatural basis; - many of the clergy admitted In the course of the discussion. OPEN WINTER SEASON. The Whitewater lodge of Odd Fel lows will open the winter season on Friday evening by conferring the Ini tiatory degree on Archie Shepherd. E RATES FOUND- jUifinTir j riiii ii ianiii i - "rr"1 " FOUND Two tickets for tonights performance at the Gennett theater. The loser. Miss Ruth Smythe will please call at Palladium office this evening before seven o'clock and set same. It FOUND Stray Cow at G. J. Sloan, Abington Pike, R. R. 8. 12-2t FOUND A Scotch Collie dog at 413 S. llth. - FOUND Old drawing book containing name 'Hattie Shute, evidently fami ly relic. Phone 3977. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MACHINE SHOP. We Will Make Yuur Metal Patterns us well as do your repair work. WARD MACHINE CO., 200 N. 9th St. BUSINESS PERSONALS. New Automatic Air Pump Air to give away at Routh's bicycle shop; also agent for Dayton, Excelsior and Snell's bicycles. E. C. Routh, 15S Ft. Wayne Ave. l-7t ART STORE. Fancy work and home baking. Haner's Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. 10-tt Attend Mrs. laser's Business School. Opens Sept 19. Phone 2177. 30-tf CABINET SHOP. Sawing, grooving, ing, job work. Phone 1167. Interior remodel- De Banto Shop, sept2-lmo FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Por terfield, Kelly Elk.. Sth & Main. AugS-tt STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and bis fire proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th and Main street JuneJS-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. 14 S. Eighth street The Twlllcht Of Iiilto. i no rouicica oi ma itomacn in old am are not ns strong- or active as in youth and u conse quence old people are very subject to constipa tion and indigestion. Many seldom have a bowel movement without artificial aid. Many, also, have unpleasant eructations of gas from ine stomacn alter eating. All this can be avoid-1 ea oy tne use ot ut. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which permanently regulates the bowels so tha. passages come naturally, and so strenabeni the stomach that food is digested without dis comfort. Druggists sell it at SO cents or 11 s. I uuia ooiue. WAS RETIRED TODAY (American News Service) ; Washington, . D. C, Oct. 12. Major Charles C. Jamieson, ordnance depart ment, until recently on duty at the Watervliet arsenal. New York, was placed upon the retired list today in ac cordance with the law. Major Jamie- son is from Vermont and was grad uated from the Military Academy in June, 1892. After three years service in the 13th Infantry he was transferred to the ordnance department, in which he reached the grade of major in June, 1906. . - KELLEY WAS SASSY "Guess if there had been any more to that fine you'd have mentioned it wouldn't you?" said Ernest Kelley, in police court today when the mayor fin ed him S100 and costs and 30 days in jail for public intoxication. Ernest who has been arrested at regular in tervals since a few years ago, was found sleeping on North E street yes terday. . William Morrow, who has not been out of jail more than two weeks was again arrested for drunk early this morning and fined $100 and costs and 30 days in jail, in police court IN JUVENILE COURT Affidavits charging four juveniles with delinquency have been filed in the juvenile court Mary Griffin, a seventeen year old girl is charged with associating with immoral men. It is recommended that the girl be sent to the girl's Industrial school at Indianapolis. Because Lester Cmll, aged 16, stays upon the streets after the curfew rings and Joe Cook, also sixteen years of age, slept on a commons on Sept ember 25, affidavits charging them with disobeying their parents were filed. Orvilie Clapp on August 20 took a wheel valued at $30 from Paul Leurch. BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS. The Brotherhood of the. Second Presbyterian church has organized for the ensuing year with the following of ficers: W. D. Warner, president; M. M. Smith, vice president; William D. Hansche, secretary, and C. A- Reigle, treasurer. riGiriEERS MEETING (American Sews Srvi.-e) Birmingham. Alsu, Oct. 12. Several hundred members of the. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, represent ing all the Southeastern territory, were present here today at the open- lug of an important conference of that organisation. There are also pres ent many visitors who are mostly members of the ladies auxiliary. Dur ing the four days session it is expect ed that many important matter rela tive to the order will be discussed. A FAIRBANKS PLAN IndianaDOlis. Oct. 12. Charles W Fairbanks nut his idea of reforestlia- tion into more definite form Tuesday when the Indiana Forestry association with principal offices at Indianapolis was incorporated. Governor Marshall is the leading signer and other Incor- porators are Addison C. Harris, Wil liam L. Bryan, J. N. Hurty, Wlnthrop E. Stone. John B. Conner. Mason B. I Thomas, Edgar A. Perkins, George B. Lock wood, Hugh J. McGowan, Oscar Hadley and Charles W. Fairbanks. ARREST A SUSPECT (American Kew Service) Sacramento, Cal., Oct' 12. Georg Wallace is under arrest here pending an investigation of his alleged con nection' with the blowing up of the Los Angeles Times building with a bomb. Wallace is supposed to be a miner and familiar with 'the working of dynamite. He was arrested wbtle in the postoffice and it is said at tempted to destroy two letters when the officers seized him. Pieced to-" gether one of the letters shows that" he left Los Angeles suddenly the day after the explosion. . BIG S, S. MEETING: (American' News Service) Altoona, Pa., Oct. 12. With Sunday school workers present from all over the state, the forty-sixth annual con vention of the Pennsylvania 8unday school association began in this city today. The sessions will continue over Thursday and Friday. 8unday school methods and work will be dis cussed by such speakers' as Marlon Lawrence, general secretary of the In ternational association; Rev. John F. Carson of Brooklyn,' one of the World Convention speakers'; Mrs. Antoinette Lamoreaux of Chicago, and Prof. Ed ward A. Steiner of Grinnell. Iowa. SOME HEW BISHOPS (American News -Service) Cincinnati, Oct. 12. Several new bishops will be appointed in the mis sion division of the convention ot the Protestant Episcopal church within the next few days according' to an an nouncement today. ' With the division of the dioceses ot Pittsburg snd Cali fornia, and the resignation and death of several prelates many pastors have hopes of being . chosen to fill the va cancies. The new diocese of Arizona was created and a bishop will be chosen from the clergy In that state. Several matters, of importance were scheduled to come up for action today. A JEWISH HOLIDAY (American News Service) New York, Oct 12. With tile set ting of the sun this evening the most solemn. Important 'and strictly observ ed of all Jewish holidays, Yom Kip- pur, the day ot atonement the day of the long fast, is ushered in. It is the 10th day of the month of Tlshrl and the end of the ten penitential days, which are' devoted to repentance and prayer. ; Yom Kippur is held as a strict fast day by "the orthodox Jew. During the twenty-four hours from sunset to sunset no food or water passes the lips of the devout Hebrews. Men and women alike are required to fast and the only ones who are ex empt from this requirement are chil dren, the very aged, persons in all health and nursing mothers. SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of a certified copy of a de cree to me directed from the clerk of the Wayne circuit court, of Wayne county, Indiana, I will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, at the court bouse door in the city of Richmond. Wayne county, Indiana on Wednesday, 2nd day of November, 1910, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day the following described real estate, Situated In the city of Richmond, In Wayne county, in the State of Indiana. Lot No. 23, in the Cincinnati, Rich mond & Fort Wayne Railroad Com pany's Addition to the city of Rich mond, excepting a strip one hundred and eleven and four tenths (111.4) feet wide oft of the entire west side of said lot. Lot No. 2 in Poe Sc Hit tie's Addition to the city of, Richmond excepting a strip 35 feet wide off of the entire south side of said lot; and Lot No. 32 In Cincinnati, Richmond & Fort Wayne Railroad Company's Addi tion to the city of Richmond, except ing a strip 35 feet wide off of the en tire south side of said lot Said lots to be separately sold and without relief from valuation or ap praisement laws to satisfy said decree in my hands in favor of Lewis Hall vs. Florence Starr, et al. , ; - : Linus P. Meredith. Sheriff of Wayne County. 5-12-19