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TIIE RICITMOXD PALLADIUM AND STJXTELEGRA3I, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910.
riGE SEVEN NOTICE. 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 Job as driver of delivery wafion by youn roan. Address Driver, care this paper or call phone 1687. . 28-lt WXntKI Routabout work of ""any - kind by young man. Address 800 8. sth... , ; 28-lt gftaaSMARlNbTl2TrN7"Er27-7t WANTED Situation as seamstress , or general housework. Call 220 . p. W. 2nd street. v . 27-2t WANTED To buy cents' suits and ov ercosta. J. M. Lacy, Pawn Broker, v oct 21-lmo WANTED Boy to wrap packages ; 14 to IS years of a'). Call Rich mond Steam Laundry. 26-3t WANTED -Skilled piano fly. finishers and side" gluers. Steady employ ment. Good. wage:. The . Uobart , M. Cable Company, La. Porte, Ind. 1 .. . 263t WANTED Two good carpenters at once. J. M. Hodgln, 125 N. 17th. , 28-3t ivAiSlED Room within Ave biocks ,of 8th and-Main. Address "Mac" rare Palladium. 25-3t WANTED To boy a building lotTor part of a. lot. in West Richmond; price must' be ' reasonable. Give cash price and location, address "W. It Lot" care Palladium. .. ' 21-7t WANTED Will trade Richmond prop erty for farm; give or take. Ad ' dress "Trade,' care Palladium. 23-7t WANTED Men to learn barber trade! ; Few weeks completes. Time saved by steady practice. Careful instruc tors and demonstrations. Tools glv n, diplomas granted. Wages Sat urdsys. Splendid demand for grad uates. Write today. Moler Barber College; Cincinnati. 23-6t IWANTEDriddTe- aged woman as housekeeper. Call 1226 S. J. . 22-7t WANTED We want Immediately a good solicitor to represent us la this terriiorj. Good position for a ; hustler. Full informatiou on re- quest : Hooker, Wyman ft Co., Ro- Chester, N. Y. ocM6-23 no 8 WAN To repair your baby cabs, fur" tin bicycles and all kinds or reiutle work. We also do picture frmtsT Brown ft Darnell, 1022 r Main. Phone 1826. 18-tf TO SELECT PICTURE , - tSBBSBa-SsBSaS To Add to Permanent Local ; Collection a Committee Will Be Chosen. . SOME CHANGES PROBABLE vThe regular annual meeting of the Richmond Art association will be held Afonday night in the library of the new Jilgh, school building. Considera tion of several Important matters will come -up, Including changing the regu lar annual meeting and the election of officers tn the fall Instead of the spring, and a permanent change ot the art exhibit from spring to autumn. Both of these important changes will regulre the constitution to be altered sjnd 'ihere may. be considerable discus sion on both sides. -The annual pur chase of a picture by the association to'add to its, permanent collection will be made at this meeting. Probably a speclal eommlttee will be appointed to make the selection ot this work of art. . . It is not known yet whether D. O. Reld . will make his contribution ot $500 as in former years. Mr. Reld has been ill - for some time, according to art- association authorities, and has not notified the association ot his In tentions. .The art exhibit will close November S. High school will be opened all day Sunday, when -the collection ot pic tures pn exhibition In the art gallery at the present time may . be viewed bjr the public A PIRATE SHAKE-UP (American News Service) Pittsburg, Oct 28. There will be a complete reorganisation ot the Pir ates before the next baseball season opens. Manager Clarke has been or dered to report m December and the work of building up a new team will then start. , A sensation was caused here today when It became, known that President Dreyfuss was willing to trade.." I tonus" Wagner if he could secure good men. in exchange for bin. .The new contracts will have an Iron clad anti-drink clause, not even a glass ot beer being allowed the players. s . . ARREST A SCHOLAR (American -News Service) Berlin, Oct; 28. Prof. Welndler, one of the most eminent scholars In Eu rope, has been arrested, charged with the theft of priceless art treasurers from the royal library In Dresden .with which ha desired to attain fur- o o o WANTED Roomers at 201 8.' 8th. ' 27-2t WAITED If you want moi--y m place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfields Real Es tate office. Kelley Block, 8th and Nln. u-tf WANT12D You to go to Murray Bl Hard parlors for recreatir.i. 12-tf WANTEDI'ln boys; mult ReTsi? teen. - City Bowling Alley.. 23-tf WANTED Girl for general house work; 410 N. 9th. 10-tf WANTED 1 lotair furnace. Phone 2370. 9-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Heating stove. Oak Gar land. Call 1517 -N.'B street. . 27-2t FOR SALEMason-lfamlin organ? Address Mrs. Will Scott, Milton, Ind. ' 28-7t FOR SALE Square piano, fl&OO'. Mrs. Murray, 415 Main street, third foor. 28-lt l'bRSALE Durocs7"glltTadlm weighing from 175 to 200 pounds. Commons, Webster, phone 5144C. 23-2 wks FO R8 A L'ES inallToa fiiea ter Phori e 3185. 2S-3t HO ' SALE Three 7-room modern new houses, southwest cor. 1st and Pearl. Phone 2477 -204 S. H 2 tf FOR SALE International gasoline engine, corn shredder, sawing and grinding outfit in good condition. C. 11. Miles, R. F. D. No. 4. 28-lt FOR SALE Peninsular base burnev. good as new; call at 42 Richmond Ave. 26-3t FO RESALE Combination billiard and dining table, roll top walnut writing desk. Standard Sewing Machine, and other household furnishings, good as new and very cheap; call after noons, 219 N. 13th St. " 26-3t FORSALE Ranges; " cair213 Rich mond avenue. 26-3t FOR SALE Mantle cabinet with four French plate mirrors. Phone 2301. Call 202 N. 8th. ' 22-tf FOR SALE 18-in block wood..deliver- ed any part of the city. Phone 4105. - 22-tf ther eminence In the. field of literary, scientific and artistic research.- Prof. Welndler declared that he acted under an uncontrollable Impulse and could not resist the temptation to carry away the priceless treasures. He de clared he was hypnotized, ' and ' al though he tried hard, he could not ro; sist the fascination to own the rare books and art works. The scholar has been temporarily released on $12,000 bail. As a conse quence to the scandal attached to her husband's name, the scholar's wife has brought suit for divorce. RIOT BY STRIKERS ' (American News Service) New York; Oct. 28. The strike dif ficulty which has spread from Jersey City to New York caused a riot near the American Express company's sta ble today.' A strike breaker was dragged from his wagon and badly beaten. A policeman who came to his rescue was also pummeled by the crowd. When the police rescued an other strike breaker they .were stoned but managed to save their man. SCHEFTEUS HEARING Milwaukee, Wis.,- Oct 28. A hear lng to determine 'whether Benjamin Scheftels, Milwaukee manager for the stock brokerage house of 3. H. Schef tels & Co, shall be. extradited to New York for trial was begun this morning before United States .Commissioner Bloodgood in this city. The home of fice in New York and all the branch offices .of (be .Scheftels concern throughout the country were recent ly raided simultaneously by govern ment officers on the allegation of the government that the Arm has . been operating what is practically a gi gantic chain ot bucket shops. Ben jamin Scheftels Is resisting extradi tion on the ground that the govern ment has no- right to take him to New York fo trial when no specific offenses have been alleged against him. MAIDS VS. MATRONS . (American News Service) . . Washington. Oct 28. Married wom en in the government employ who have husbands able to support them, will be in danger of losing their posi tions If a recommendation which is about to be made by the various de partmental economy committees is fav orably received. Many unmarried, women who have lost their positions through the intro duction of recent .economies, in mak ing application for reinstatement have suggested that they be given places now held by married women. It is un derstood such a recommandaUon be PA L L A D Waet Ado Colin mni os V ANT AD LETT The followlnj: are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of flee. Advertisers will center a great favor by calling for mail-in answer to their Ads. Mail tt this office up to 12 noou today e& fUov.a.: Grocer ...... 1 A. B. C. Experience .. 2 H. R, ... ..1 ,-. 1 .. 4 .. 1 G. L. ...... Trade . G. R. O.... Mac W. R. Lot Mac.1 ...... W. R. Lot X. Y. Z..'. II ... 3 only, that Mall, will be k$pt fcr s nays Ail ma!! not cal'ed for witlla Jnie will be cast out. FOR SALE Lai Re drugget. Call 117 ; N. 20th. ' 22-7t FOSALE-wo small properties i n i the south end. Pay big per cent, j Ferguson Investment Co., 4 North I 8th. 25-7t r:OR SALE 1'ure bred. Barred Rock j cockerels, Bradley and Bowker strains. .Eggs in season. Mrs. S. P. Pike, Center ville, Ind. v ... 25-7tu-thu-sun FOR , SALE Sewing . machine and coal range. 615 S. B St. 25-7t FOR'SALE First"classheating stove, Peninsular. 516 South 7th St. 25-7t FOR SALE Piano player and poney, 107 S. 13th. 22-7t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint; guaranteed 5 years. Retail at wholesale prices.- Clendenin & Co., '257 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 2436. octl4-tf FOR SAL1 J.'ev and cecond . hand buggies and carriage. Newbern's Shop, 105 N. 4 th St. Phcne 1612. 27-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished room, electric light; furnace; bath. 1126 "ND street. . " , , 28-2t FORRENT 4' large rooms down stairs, 613 N. D. Phone 2477; 204 S. 12tb. . . 3.8-tf FOR RENT A three room furnished flat. Hot water heat. 46 S. 11th. 28-tf made to the economy committee re cently established by President ..Taft. TO DASH FOR POLE (American News Service) Christchurch, N. Z.,' Oct. 28. The ! British Antarctic expedition headed by Capt. Scott arrived here today on board the exploration ship Terre Nova. All on board were well. The 10,000 mile voyage Into the Antarctic will be continued from here and members of tho expedition stated that they hoped to arrive at the South pole some time in December, 1911. There are 55 men aboard the Terre Nova. Lieut. E. R. Evans, second in command, declared that there is no possible chance for failure as this is the best equipped exploration party ever sent out. ' DOUMA WAS GUARDED (American Newa Service. St. Petersburg, Russia. Oct. 2S. Troops were on guard at the opening of the fourth session (the winter ses sion) of the Russian Douma today to preserve order. A stormy meeting was anticipated because of opposition to the proposal to honor the memory of Prof. Serge Mouromtseff, who, at one time, was president of the lower house. Soldiers were" stationed not on ly about the building, but inside to quell disturbances. The present ses sion will be one. of the most important in the history of the Douma owing to the big program of uplifting legisla- HEAR' ORINOCO CASE (American New Service) ' The Hague. Oct 28. Following the preliminary exchange of briefs last month the internation court of arbi tration met today to begin the hearing of arguments in the Orinoco claims case, in dispute between the United States and Venezuela. The claim is that of the Orinoco Steamship Com pany, an American corporation against the Venezuelan overnmt-nt for more than $1,400,000 for the alleged, arbi trary destruction of certain exclusive privileges by tho government of form er President Castro. The claim was originally submitted to the American Venezuelan mixed, commission in 1903, which tribunal awarded the com pany about I2S.000 damages. The question for the international court to decide is whether the award of the mixed commission Is valid, and if. It is not. to what sum the claimants are entitled. BIG CHINESE LOAN (American New Service) Pekin. Oct 28. The proposed 150,-4 EI lost! IBM o o o Ek KNOWN VALUES rCBLlbliKHS CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS ING ASSOCIATION PAPEBS WS ABE MEMBERS Papers tn r.U par! of the States cod Canada. Your wants supplied -anywhers any time by the bett medio . in thi country. Oe! pur membership lists Cheek papers you want.' We io ths real. Pubuhers CUussiSed Advertising Associa tion. BaSaio, N. Y. FOR RENT Two fiats, one six room, one four room. Phone 2277. 27-7t FOR RENT The Sutton homePhone 3139. . 23-7t FbR-RENT Office . rooms! ground " floor, -Gennett theater. Dr. N. S. Cox. ' 28-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms tor . light housekeeping. 109 Randolph St. . 27tf FO R" RENT Modern 6 room house; 17 S. 13th Inquire Henry Schell, 13th and Main. . . . 26-3t FOR RENT Good fall pasture. Phone 1872. Call &11 Main. 26-tf FOR RT-NTFurniihid flaTii for housekeeping. Steam heat. 415 Main. 23-7t FOR RENT Seven room house. 112 S. W. 1st. 23-7t FOR RENT Four room flat, S. A St. Phone 1067. . . 25-tf FOR RENT 5 room house. s7lith pnd J St.i. Phone 1235 or 3015. 18-tf FOR RENT Furnished room with bath and electric light; 202 North Sth street.' Phone 2301. 20-tf FOR RENT A new three rooo-.ca flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4t St. Phone 1615. 2f t FOR RENT 4 room upper fiat. Phone 1067. 20-tf FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE One eleven acre farm, good buildings, fine soil, also one five room cottage. J. M. Lacey, Loan office. . oct 24-7t FOR SAL or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses in fine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67, Rich mend. Indiana. jly9-tf FOR SALE Six room house with bath, furnace and electric light, f 2.300.00. Phone 1522. 17-t! FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. . Porterfield. Kelly Blk.. 8th and Main. sept3 tf . SEE MORGAN for Real Estate in all its phases and local Information office. . 8th and North E Sts. 16-tf FOR SALE 120 acre., good 8 room house, big barn, good fences, near a small town. Will take in city prop erty. Price $70 an acre. Kaufman, over 828 Main St. - .15-tf i Some Gossip Gathered From The Gay A merican Metropolis New York, Oct 28. Unlike the leo pard, Fifth avenue is changing its spots. It is no longer a man's avenue, nor an avenue for men, in the- sense of commercial and professional tenure. Counting from Twentieth street to Fifty-second street, which is essential ly the northern business terminal at present of the seven hundred firms doing business there, fully three hun-. dred are conducted by women for women. Two hundred are carried on by firms consisting of men and wom en whose ' stock comprises women's goods; one hundred are owned by men whose patrons are mainly women purchasers of" feminine attire. Of the six hundred feminine supply houses in question, at least one-half are engaged in the sale of laces and linens of Irish, Scotch, American, Oxford, -Egyptian, Turkish and Belgian manufacture; tne remainder being devoted to stocks of miscellaneous goods, jewelry, an tiques, human hair, etc., while many are engaged in conducting tea shops and dyeing shops, and . manicuring parlors. The largest hotel in the vi cinity, the Waldorf-Astoria, makes a feature of catering to women, at least ten of New York's fifty-two women's clubs meeting there. There women c'aily lounge in the famous Turkish room; sip tea in the odd nooks and corners devoted to lunching and din ing and dazzle the famous "Peacock Alley" with their gorgeous frocks and their Jewels worth a rajah's ransom. Effeminized Fifth avenue Is the pro per name for it The latest recruit to the avenue is a female auto-driver, or "chauffeure88" costumed , in spotless white linen, over which a jaunty "fem- 000,000 loan of the Chinese govern ment from an American group of bank- ers has been consummated. It was an nounced today that the prince regent bad ratified it- The members of the financial group are J. P. Morgan & Co., Kuhn, Loeb & Co., the National City bank and the First National bank, all of New York. CONVENTION STARTS (American News Service) Toronto, Oct 2S. Two thousand del egates representing almost every por tion of the United States and Canada, filled Massey hall today at the open ing of the thirty-seventh international convention of the Young Men's Chris tian association. The initial session, devoted " mostly to the exchange of greetings, was marked by a display of great enthusiasm. Business sessions interspersed with features of enter tainment will keep the delegates busy during the netx three days. An inter national athletic meet and demonstra tion of physical work will be held to morrow afternoon and on Sunday a notable program of religious exercises will be carried ut : I cent per word, 7 days for ths . . . ..,prjC: 6f.-5 days.' f Ve charge advertissnisnts sent in . ..... ;yy phone and collected for ::' 1- J.'':1:-;.- after its insertion. . '' FOR SALE House, fine location. Ad dress "Bargain," care Palladium. :. - ' - ?4-tf ;FOR SALE House and '. household goods; 115 X. 12th. Phone 21S4. i FOR SALE S room house, southeast j corner Sherman and Boyer street Price $S50." Rents for $13 per i month. Must be sold. Phone 2177. 204 S. 12th. 14-tf FOR SAIJ Small, well 'm proved su burban premises; well fruited, good Louse and barn; otntr outbuildings: an ideal little heme for the retired farmer, or city man seeking a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to TLe J. M. Aency, over 6 Nortb Seventh s ;reet. . eept 1-tf MISCELLANEOUS. HAIR weaving; EianicurlLg. face mas sage and kce!p treatment. Shampoo In sftc. Open 'of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward. 16 South Sixth. " , ''" may25-6mo ENTER Richmond Business College Monday, Oct. 31. 28-3t W IN T E RT E R Mo pens Monday, Oct 31 at the Richmond Business Col lege. 28-3t PATENTS procured, also sold on coi-Fiission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing. Washington, D. C. . may22-tf FINE HORSES Like people, die. Therefore, if you have any valuable ones, insure them against death from any cause. For particulars call on or 'phone Dougan & Co., Room 1, I. O. O. P. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf LOST Lost Self-filling foun tain pen, Richmond make. Reward if re turned to Palladium of fice. iotf STRAY I have in my possession two (2) stray colts and one (1) black horse. : The owners may have same by describing and paying feed and expense bilL Joseph J. King, R. R. No. 10, Centervllle, Ind. 27-7t LOST Gold, open laced Geneva watch, Patek-Pblllippe make; Ini tials R. B. D. on back. Return to Second National bank. Reward. ... - ...... iv ...21-tf inized" top-coat is worn s during in clement weather. s . Rudolph Heig, for thirty-five years associated with the New York News boy's Lodging House, and for a num ber of years its superintendent, has voluntarily retired, on account of ill health. Mr. Heig is universally known as "the father of all waifs." He is au thority for the statement that "there is no country in the world where there is such a change for friendliness boys as America." Nearly 2,000 boys, of 31 different nationalities were admitted to the home last year. Homes and employment were found for many, In cluding 2S1 who enlisted in the United States Army and Navy. It is interest ing to reflect that many famous men have graduated from the ranks of Newsboys, including Edison, Stephen Farrelly, formerly president of The American News company; William A. Brady, the theatrical manager and husband, of Grace George, the actress, and "Big Tim" Sullivan, the noted pol itician. To quote Mr. Heig: "We have governors, mayors, statesmen and sev eral Journalists, now editors in Park Row, who have 'been graduated from the Home. I don't know whether there is any college that turns- out the same average of brilliant men." The Misunderstanding. "Has ber marriage to the count real ly been indefinitely postponed?' "Yes; there was some little misunderstand ing. I believe." "But does the misun derstanding really amount to much?" "Only to about $500,000. I think." Catholic Standard and Times. REr.1Er.1DER That we are selling Horse Blankets, Robes. Storm Fronts, Rain Covers, and Steamer Rugs. Quality in Leather Goods. MILLER'S HARNESS 827 Main St Get Measured Now Fcr Cat New Tailor-Hade Sail al Woolley's, 918 Alain RATE LOST $5.00 bill either at Murray i theater or 13th and Main. Please leave at Nusbaum's Dry Goods Store and receive 'reward. 27-2t FOUND. FOUND Small gold locket and chain on N. 9th SU Saturday, October 13. Owner can have same by calling at Superintendent's office. Pan Handle and describing property. ' ! FOUND Child's ring, j man's office. Call Dr. Huff-28-2t FOUND A Scctch Collie dog at 413 S. lith. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MACHINE SHCP. We WUr Make Ytmr Metal Patterns cs well as do your repair work. . WARD MACHINE CO., . 200 N. 9th St. - FOR SALE ;'. Richmond property a specialty. Por terfield, Kelly Blk, 8th & Main. ugS-U MONEY LOANED. Low .rates; favorable terms. 710 Main street. 28-7t "LIVERY AND FEED and furnishers of sale lunches. See Burley Jordan, Centervllle. 28-lt STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his Ore proof building when you want to stor furniture. Phone 1945. 4ta and Main street. JuneJ8-tf . RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 S. Eighth, street . ART STORE. . Fancy work arid home baking. Han er's Art Store, 8 S. lltb. Phone 2180. 25-tf Pinching. "I bdVe to piuch for a living," as the crab said .wheu It seized the hand of the man who sought to catch it. ' CU CT- AC ...The Mysterioss Novelty w BUD OLE R The latest novelty for task ing Bubbles wiCiost Soap Suds 10 Cents Each AT NICHOLSON & BR0. JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF :; - Rex Cement One of the Best Portland Cements on the Market D. C. Bnllerdiek & Sea S25 South Sth St Phone 1239 DON'T FORGET That NOW is the time to pro tect yourself against loss by WINDSTORMS. Costs but little. DOUGAN & CO, Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone 1330. THE MAGAZINE YOU WANT Scad S casta f or 12 amtW hmrri t Beach's Magazine i OF BUSINESS .' .A hands nae monthly magazine for bosineM men " mant-ers, book-keepers, cashiers, credit-men stenotrraphen. adVertisintr maaaaren, etc. The man behind the desk" mass have it. Splendid bas- loess atsries. Yoar money back if yw do not Bke it. i A successful besiness man writs,For heaven 'a - mns" nw m-h aaucanaeof BinwM.Hf jit ran across a copy It beats saw maaraaine at J2 per year. E. H. Beach, 69-71 Fort St Detroit Mih. PENNSYLVANIA 11 LINED Cincinnati 31.25 ROUND TRIP SUNDAY : - Leave Richmond, 7 A. M. Notics Is Hereby Given that on the 23th day of October, 1910. at ten ! o'clock A. M.. the undersigned, as i trustee In the matter of Josephine T. Goodrich, Bankrupt, cause No. 3060. now pending in the " United States District Court for the District of In diana, will offer for sale at public suction, at the offices of Shlveley & Shiveley, Attorneys, over 710 Main street, , in the city of Richmond. Ind iana, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described real estate situated in Wayne County. Indiana, to-wlt: Lot Number Seventy-five (75) in the Haynes Addition to the city of Richmond known as 418 Richmond Avenue, free from and to discharge sll liens and encumbrances of 'every kind and character against same. Said trustee will receive sealed bids for said property at said offices of Shiveley & Shiveley up to and Includ ing ten o'clock A. M. of said day, which will not be opened by said trustee until said hour of said day, at which time the same will be opened and the property be struck off and sold by said trustee to the highest andy best bidder therefor, subject, howevr7 to the approval of the court. Dated October 12th, 1910. Henry T. Burns, Trustee. 13-20-2S . NOTICE. In the Unitetd States District Court for the District of Indiana. In Bankruptcy. In the matter of Josephine T. Good rich, voluntary bankrupt Cause No. 3060. , To the creditors of said bankrupt; You, and each of you. are hereby notified that Henry T. Burns, trustee, has been ordered to pay a first partial dividend of 6, per cent upon all claims filed'and allowed In this cause at the office of Shively ft Shlvely, at-torneys-at-law, Richmond. Indiana, at ten o'clock, A. M., Monday, November 7, 1910. Vouchers will be presented by the Trustee, accompanying all re mittances made, and upon their exe cution prompt payment will follow. HARRY C. SHERIDAN, Referee in Bankruptcy. Frankfort Indiana, Oct 7, Islfes ATMOSPHERIC HEATING is suitable for homes. with high ceilings because radiators need pot be as large as for Hot Water. Shall we show you how it is done? MEERHOFF, the Plumber ' POST CARD COUPON Clip this Coupon and bring It to one of the Quigley Drug Stores with 10 cents and receive one set of 25 colored view Poet Cards of Richmond. By mail g cents ex- ' tra "for postage. ite Floxver Stop TIME TAD LE C & 0. R. R. ol fc3lcna Elffeeilve Ortskw ltth, IMS. East-Bound. Chicaro-ClndnnatL Statsraa. I M. I Mat. H 12V. 4 IN. SS La.- 1 Dally Dally! Dally Sam. ' I I f Chicago . , . . J :15p 1 :15al :15a Paru,. Arr. ... i:0ia l:2Ip l:2Sp Peru. Lv. ... 1:14a 6:00a l:32p 4:32p Marlon 2:07a t:00a 2:24p 5:24p Muncle . . . 8:10a 1:05a :18p :lp Richmond ... 4:20al :29al 4T?0pl 7:4Op CX. Grove .. 5:07aj j 6.21pl S:21p Cincinnati .. 7:15a 7:18pjl0:15p West-Bound. Clnelnnatl-Chlcasro. slatloaa. i Km, Si Na. T IN a. S Mm. SI Lare J Dallrl Dallrj Dally 9mm. f 7 I Qsir Cincinnati . .1 8:15ai :00pj :l(a Ct. Grove ...jl0:13al H:08plO:Ua Richmond .. ,HO:53tt 7 :0Cnil ;47pl I o-fta Marion - . . Pern. Arr. Peru. Lv. t:lP :9l0p 2:07a 2:S7a 8:02a 7:00a l:10p 2:01p S:llp 8:55p Z:01p ig;30p z:npi 5:Sp Chicago 12th 8t Station. Throug-h Vestibule trains between Cincinnati and Chicago. Double dally service. Through Sleepers on . night trains. . Fine buffet aervlce on trains Noa. 4 and S. For train connections and other information -all C. A. Blair, Pass, and Ticket Agt-, Itichn lond, Ind. Horn Phona 2062. Terre Hante, Iadian?p3lh & Eastern Traction Co. Eastern Division Trains leave Richmond for Indian apolis and Intermediate stations at fi:00 A 7:25; 8:00: 9;25; 10:00; 11:00: 11:00; 1:00; 2:25; 3:00; 4;00; S:2S; 6:00; 7:30; 8:40; :00; 10:00; 11:10. C Limited Trams. ArfSUIv m v iuuuu.Hiim v.iv a:, aa. Last Car to New Castle. 10:00 P. It, Trains "connect at Indianapolis for Lafayette. Frankfort, CTawfordsvl. Terre Haute. Clinton. SnUiraa. Ma tlorrlUe. Lebanon and Paris, BL -Tlckeu sold tkrongx.