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TIIE RICHMOND FALIiADIC3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY OCTOBER 13, 1910. FACTORY ASKS FOR REPAIR OHOUTH A Piano Company Needs an Out let and Petitions Board of Works to Brick Street. WILL ESTIMATE THE COST HIGHWAY NOW ALMOST IMPASS ABLE BECAUSE OF STONES WHICH LIE LOOSE T. H. I. & E. R. R. CO. TO REPAIR BRIDGE. The Starr Piano company request ed the city engineering department to make an estimate of the cost of making South A street between First and Second, with either brick or macadam, through Harry Gennett. at the meeting of the board of works Thursday morning. The company offers to meet all the expense of the improvement that would be assessed against property owners, as it admits there would be little real beneflt to any other property owners in that vicinity. Mr. Gennett stated the piano com pany had been needing another way to get to and from its factory for some time, and that South A street seemed the only feasible street. It Is now littered with stone and in a very bad condition. The board was willing to have the estimate made of the cost of the work and this will be done at once. The board has received notification that the Terre Haute, Indianapolis & , Eastern traction company will imme diately repair the Dornn bridge, as in structed by, the city some time ago. "The delay," the letter explains, "was owing to Inability of the company to procure proper lumber in this part of the country." City Controller McMahan submitted a statement showing that only $7,529. 21 remains in the rental fund for fire plugs. An amount of $7,688.57 Is needed making the amount lacking $159.36. A resolution for the vacation of the alley between Third and Fourth street between South B and South C streets was confirmed. The city attorney re ported that the Pennsylvania railroad bad placed a night watchman at the West Fifth street crossing where a number of accidents have happened. The Philadelphia Manager RICHMO IID MARKETS Mm ) law.1"" k X- - ' ' v .S ' - ," J. - i'j if J 5V -j A PROVISION MARKET. (Paid By J. II. ieggemeyer & Sons) Fruits. Pears, canning, per bu $1.1591.25 Concord graces, fancy, per basket C2c to 24c Seckel pears, per bu. 1 65 Partlett pears, per bu 1.40 1.50 Peaches, yellow, per ta. .. ?.00? 2.15 Reaches, white, 6 basket crate i.aOgS.OO Apples. Jonathan, faDcy Market Reports NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS Fellow's (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd New York. Oct. 13 Open Copper 67 4 Smelter U. S 71 V. S. Pfd llS-i Pennsylvania 130? St. Paul H. & 0 10$ bbls Applet, hblc- . ApjOes. bbls . bbls Apjilrs, Miidtn Blush. Jotia'.ha:;. fey j . .. 5. 00 fi 5.25 1 4 3.-f(4 50 Cookir..?. o.;r..".r:i Vegat b':es. Tcmu'ot's, Home Crown, fy por bu Cucumbers, Home Grcvn. 4 10 5 doz ycr box i Peppers, Green, per box . . . j Peppers, lied, per box I rkkllr.T Onl-Jis. yellow, per b :rhcl bo: j .")'.;!, jjAr ,irz v.nrhcs .... 60 "Cc C5$.70c New York Central . Reading Canadian Pacific . . Great Northern Union Pacific , Xortbern Pacific . . . Atchison I.. & X Southern Pacific ... Ex-dividend Xo. ..i!i:4 . .129 ..169 . .119 . .101 . .147 . .116i HaJL Phoae 146.) High Low Clos est 73 71 72 7 73 71 7314 120 HS 119 131 130 130 1254 123 124 10S 10S 10S 11514 114 115H 150 14S 149 193 130 129 130 171 169 171 120 119 119 103 101 103 148 147 147 117 116 117 Corn 52c Oats ....34c Rye 71c Clover seed ....f&oa TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Oct. 13. Wheat 96 c Corn 52c Oats 34 Clover seed $9.10 Pac. 1 percent. CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION? l.'air.e Grcvn $1 "0 75 f $ir 20Tr2 1.703 1.S0 6;c j (i.-nrnisCtd by Correll and Thompson. CHARLES DOOIN. i ARE BASE BALL WILD New York Fans Greatly Ex cited Over the Series Be tween Gotham Teams. BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won. Lost TcL Chicago 103 49 .678 New York 91 63 .691 Pittsburg 86 67 .562 Philadelphia 78 75 .510 Cincinnati 75 79 .48.7 Brooklyn 64 90 .415 Tt. Louis 62 899 .411 Boston 53 100' .346 YF.STERDAY'8 RESULTS. National League. (First Game R. H. E. Boston 9 11 5 Brooklyn 2 7 4 Frock and Rariden; Bell, Dessau and Bergen. (Second Game) R. H. E. Boston 3 9 0 Brooklyn ..2 4 1 Parsons and Rariden; Berger and Miller. R. II. E. St. Louis ,s 2 9 2 Chicago 12 12 0 Alberts and Phelps; Overall, Richie snd Archer. EXHIBITION GAME. R. H. E. Philadelphia 1 6 5 All Stars 5 8 1 Buider. Plank. Coombs. Lapp and Thomas; Walsh and Sullivan. GAMES TODAY. National League. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburg. i seasons. Therefore, the American par ! th.ans have unlimited confidence in ' I the ability of Hal Chase's men t-s Giant killers. On tbe ether hand, a; National league admirer has 110 use for the Highland outfit and can see ; only a decisive victory for the Giants iu the 6eries. j According to the arrangement the , v au'inowov i fancy, par Jo j 'a:: l:?r.ns. Home Grown i per lex 75 S5c J Green Baur, Home Grown, j per box '"3 3 7rc u. ma Beans, f;r.:ry. 21-;v.!it j c."3 2.7563.00 j :fvsif '. t.u: - : '.r :?n I bunches 15 20c ! Hor-d Lettuce, I Jc-ra- '.";ovn ! p.-r bushel box l.Ooft l.10 ! Lc-.:f I.ettuc. Outdoor, per bu j shel box 35!g4Cc j H'i.(!ive, Homo Grown, per I buchcl box 60 it 75c i diutn. per doz l.CC ' :lery. Go'.dc-n Heart, oxtra fancy, 6 dozen box 1.001.10 K Pbr.t, Heme Grown, r.ie- : i.iirich, fancy, per tub ; Celery, Vh:U Plume, fancy large flat box . Corn, Home Crown IK'r sac It O.cra. fancy, 4 bas!:t crates '. i i'lic, fa.:.cy, per pound New Carrots, fancy, 100 bunches 1.401.50 New Bee ..0, fancy, 100 bunches 1C0&1.75 )..! l-elloVs Hall Chicago, Oct. 13 Wheat Open iiii'K, Lot . 96 96 94 Phijne 14 i C.) CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Dec. May IO214 102 'i 100 Dec. II 3 V Dec. May Open .. 4S .. olYi Open . 31 74 35 Corn Hurn 4SV3 31 -Oa'3- Ilien 31 35 Low 47 50 Lew :i 34 iO 94 100 47 50 C!os 31 34 4 PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. 850 30c 50Q55C 5t 75c 45y. 50c HQ12c fancy. 100 FIRST CONTEST IS TODAY j ting is already being done and it is 1 certain that tens of thousands of dol- (Amcrtcan News Service) Iar3 will change bands cn the results of the games, BRITISH PUG A HUMORIST. Bembartflee Walls Tails Hew He Weultf Defeat Johnson. Bombardier Wells, England's "hope of the white race," hat outlined his plan of battle when he faces Johnson. He says: "In ray opinion, the men who have fought Johnson have made the mis take of not trying to draw him more In nt forcing him to lead and give theaa an opening. "To beat a man like Johnson you must hit him hard and often, and the only chance ot Lining a man with such a defense la to compel him to lead and give you an opening. If 1 bad to fight the chuinplon 1 should keep on feint ing till be wan compelled to lead. Then there would be u:y chance." perusal vf the Briton's opinion forces the belief that he l nt a pugil ist, but a raudevllle Uunont. Viis should come to this side at mice, tai;e to the vaodevUle circuit and convulse the audiences by telling them ol his plans to beat Johnson. New York, Oct 13. Judging from1 the Intense interesr manifested among 1 all classes in the opening of the series of post-season games between the New York Nationals and Americans today, little old New York is In grave danger of going baseball mad before tiie series is concluded. Such an army I of fans as moved on the Polo grounds ' FICKLE JAP HUBBY (American News Service) New York, Oct. 13 The rather unus- for the initial contest this afternoon ual spectacle of two women claiming has never before been seen in the a diminutive Japanese as their liege, metropolis. Two rival clans, appar- lord and soverelgn master was pre. ently about equal In numbers, were on hand, one to root for the Giants and semea ,n ine the other to cheer the Highlanders on j week when John H. Sassa was brought to victory. I to court to Bhow cause why he should Ever since the American league in-' . n,v T,nni oafiSa Rnm, fifii she says Is due her for her support. When the cherry blossoms were in full bloom and exaling their sweetest fragrance in 1S97 Sassa and his wife, who was a Mrs. Jennie Coakley, were married. Thev have four little children. The vaded New York in 1903 the relative supremacy of the Giants and the High landers has been a question of dis pute among all followers of the nation al game. With each successive season the partisan feeling has increased in intensity until it reached the boiling k week or so ago that, as a result of auple ,,lIelt.?er r"!.1? ?.h! an agreement reached by Presidents Farrel and Brush, the rival teams would meet 011 the diamond. Each team has thousands of loyal ! followers and it is safe to say that the great majority of them will be on hand for every game of the series. The American team this season lias been very successful and the club is believed to be in better shape to face its rivals than it has been for many 2.50 games are to alternate between tne!-"c"' Trtlr oiMinrId ar1 fSa A nirirti rt luti'TMA ! O U H C ll C S ................ Z.O park. The series will end when one Irishes, fancy, 100 bunches 1.75Q2.00 team has won four games. Much bst-! ' -rs Kadish Root, dozen buncics 10v Horse Radish Root, grated dozen bottles 80c Lweet Potatoes, Jersey, extra fancy, bbl 4.25-l.50 Cabbage, Home Grown targe Potatoes, bushel 75(5100 Potatoes, Early Ohio, bu SO'irRSc Rutabaga Turnirs. bushel.. C370c ..anish Onions, fancy, per crate 1.00&1.10 Yellow Onions, Home Grown fancy, per sack 1.4Cfff l.50 White Onions, per sack 1.651.75 Red Onions, fancy, per sack '. 1.501.65 Pittsburg, Oct. 13.- Cattle Receipts light; choice $7.50; prime $7.15; butchers $6.50. Sheep Receipts light; prime $4.65. Hogs Receipts 15 duble decks; heavies $9.35; yorkers $9.25; pigs $9.30. Veals $10.25. Cincinnati, Oct. 13. Cattle Receipts 1,700; top $6.75. Hogs Receipts 2.200; top 9.35. Sheep Receipts 100; extras $4.25. Lambs $7.25. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Hogs Receipts 4,000; tops $9.30. Cattle Receipts 2,200; top $5.75. Sheep Receipts 800; top $4.50. Lambs $6.S5. NEW BALLOT BOXES Twenty ballot boxes which belonged to the county, were appropriated by carnival companies which have been here within the last eight months. The county has had to proceed with th construction of new ones which will cost $60. The ballot boxes were loaned to the carnival companies and used as boxes in which to place the admission tickets. When the carnival companies pulled up stakes and left the city the ballot boxes went along. Get Measured Now For that New Tailor-Made Suit at Woolley's, 918 Main INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Oct. 13. Wheat 97c OYSTERS SELECTED BLUE POINTS and STANDARDS MUTH'S FISH MARKET Phone 1535 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. JORDAN, M'M ANUS & HUNT FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS Automobile Service for Calls Out of City, Private Chapel and Ambu lance. Telephone 2175. Parlors 1014 Main Street East Buffalo, Oct. 13. Cattle Receipts none; prime steers $7 5f- hntehe.raS6.7R. ' Hogs Receipts 1,700; heavies $9.25; pigs $9.35$9.40; yorkers $9.40. Lambs $7.50. Sheep Receipts 8,000; prime $4.75. Calves Receipts 125; choice $10.50. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Amateur Photographers, Start Right! Insist on the genuine Kodak Goods the goods that have made pho tography simple and easy. Kodak means photography with the bother left out. Kodak System is DAYLIGHT all the way. Get our Free Booklets that explain all. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St. Now have a stock of the New No. 2A Folding Brownies. WAGCNMARXET. Wagon market quotations furnish ed by Omer G. Whelan. South Sixth street, are: Oats, 32 cents per bu.; corn, 55 cents per bu.; rye, 65 63 cents per bu.; hay. lcose timothy $14 i were In court Tuesday, vowing thit j to $13 per ton; mixed, $13 per ton; Sassa left his wife. Subsequently he fell in love with Elizabeth Ackerson. a former Sunday school teacher, and went to live with her. Both women PRODUCE. Old Hens, per lb 10c Roosters, per lb Sc Eggs, per dozen 22c .V.nter. country, per lb 27c SOc higher; butchers and shippers. Young chickens, 2 to S Ibe. per lb 12c they loved the Jap and that life with out him would be a hopeless void. i :wns is no tredicinc so saf at the scr.T--v so peasant to take as Or. CuMweli's Syr- .:.i, ire positive cutj i -r a'.l diseases ari i ' st-r.-irch trnub'. The prire it very r: The u Tfco TwfUgfct Of Uft. iscim of the atomacfe la old ace are set r or active m to yovth tad im con aseies el tae stomach la old troeff c umc MA pPM u wry sabct to cons tip loa and iadicesttoa. Maav seldom ham owl movenrat witboat artificial aid. Maay. Iso, bar uaptaaaaat eractaHoB of fat (rota :h stomach attar aattac. AD this caa b avotd kJ by the m el Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Papaia. "htch pacaiaaaaUy ramlatM lb bowels so thai saaaac coaa aataraOy. aad so s treat-then b stomach that food la cug-ested without dis tomfort. DrantsM eel! k MM oasts or SI a bm bottle. For Roosevelt Meeting Order and Arrangement for the Roosevelt-Beveridge-Taylor meeting: Doors open at 7:15 p. m., at Richmond Coliseum Thurs day, October 13th. Speaking commencing at 7:30 p. m. fc The balconies and galleries are reserved (or women, elderly people, and the same will use the north and south doors (front) only. The main floor is reserved for men who will use the mid dle or main door only. Holders of stage-tickets, and speakers and committees will use the north front door. Richmond City Band will enter building by the south (front) door, and proceed to the west gallery. No seats will be reserved other than on stage and for the band. Back doors will not be opened until at close of meeting. PROGRAM. 7:30 Music by Richmond City Band; two numbers. 7:45 Introduction of speakers by Hon. Henry C. Fox. 7:50 to 8:30 Address by Hon. William L Taylor. 8:30 to 8:55 Address by Hon. Theodore Roosevelt. 8.55 to 9:00 Music by Richmond City Band. 9:00 to 9:45 Address by Hon. Albert J. Beveridge. 10:00 Muslo by Richmond City Band "Home, Sweet Home." C E. WILEY, County. Chairman; JOHN E. PELTZ, County Secretary WILFRED JESSUP, Chm. Committee on Arrangements. GEORGE MATTHEWS, Chairman Committee en Ushers. clover. 59 per ton; straw ton. $5 to $6 per GRAIN MARKET. Prices paid per bushel for grains by the Riclimond Roller Mills, Second and North C 6treets. are as follows: No. 2 wheat, 95 cents; No. 3 wheat, 92 cents; oats, 32 cents; corn. 55 cents; rye, 65 cents; clover seed. $6 It $7. IFon0 IMcsini What to wear all that is new, all that is genteel can be found in this splendid ready-to-wear clothing for men. You will find the cut, fit, and fabric to be just what the season calls for. Styles for the young man for the con servative dresser just the kind that pleases most. Come here, let us clothe you. K-0n Price fir-Ciolhiers K-Furnishers KRONE & 8tt3 Main St. KENNEDY SEED MARKET. Quotations as furnished by J. Runge and company for seeds per bushel, are. Timothy. S4.00 to $4.35; clover. $7.50 to JS.00; rye, 70 cents; oats, 30 i 5 Nil' II GALL PLAYER IS REWARD- 2 ED FOR HIS PATRIOTISM. Inflclder French, who was sold by Boston to the Chicago Amer . icans last spring, is one player x who found it paid to be enthusi X astically iwitriotic. The day he was sold by Taylor to Chicago fc French was on the coaching ff lines, yelling his head off in his v efforts to have Boston win. The sale had already been consumat- ed. bet was uot to .take effect Z until that night. One of the oth er Boston players remarked to him: "What are you working so hard for? Ton are going to be one of the White Sox tomorrow.' "Well. I am one of the Red Sox today," was French's reply, "and I am playing for Boston. Tomorrow I shall play Just as hard to beat Boston." When Taylor beard of the con versation be added 5150 to French's check. The Xewaetey Of IJfte. Married people should learn what to do for one another's little 1. aad tor the His of the children that mar come. They axe sore sooner or later to hava occasion to treat constipation or iodi?etion. When the opportunity cornea remember that the qnickeat way to obtain relict. and anally a permanent core, is wna ur. -au-wall'a 6 Trap Pepsin, the treat herb laxatrra compound. A bottle abond always ba in the It costs out aiwuui i a Are You Interested In La LAND that will pay for itself out of the first year's crop. LAND in the best climate on earth. , . LAND near good markets, schools and churches. LAND selling at $18.00 to $25.00 per acre. If you are interested, you can see samples of crops raised this year and talk with our representative on the car, Mish awaka at the Pennsylvania R. R. station, Friday to Monday. Plan to join our private car excursion to Las Vegas, New Mexico, leaving Richmond, Tuesday, October 18, 1910. Trip will take one week and will give you tlje chance of a life time to see the wonderful West with its farming lands, moun tains, valleys and scenic .wonders. Entire expense of the round trip OoOO Come to the Car in Richmond and See Us. 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