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W0RKIN6 WANT ADS.
THAT BRING OREATEST RESULTS,
.WANTED. SALE9MAN , TO 8151.1.
whMltay ln bondby a leadlng Kcntujky
dlBtlller; Ilberal commlsslon to rmht.
perty, Addresa D18T1LLSR, care thl?
kr.uigTBni.rX AsaisTANT ,oni;o
clerk wantcd. Anply to No. 11-0 Mng
Street. Alrxandrla. Vii. / _
WANTED. A ' COMPETENT MAN.
elther pressman or tranRferer; must he
sober and Induslrlousi one' who has had
gxperlonco on foldlng-box, work. jootn
from stono and alumlnum; _ood ? P"'?l
tlon and wagea to rlpfht man. Address
PofltolTlce - tlox 2<K, New Haven, Coiin.
.WANTED, TRAVEL1NO SALESMAN TO
eell Blue Flame 011 Stovoa to dealors
in Virginla ond North Carolina. Ad?
dress. hy letter, glvhig refcroncos, B,
V. 0. 8.. caro thls offlee. _
TWO OR THREE OOOD BOOK-KEEP
ERS. now out of cmploym'ent, can Hnd
tomcornry, or perhnps permnnent. em
ployment. If servlces aro entlfelv sntls
fnctorv, by addreaslng ES8. ES8., caro
WANTED. AN ASSISTANT PMAR
MACIST; eonstant employment nnd op
portnnlty for promotlon for one full of
hUBlnrns. Artdross, wllh refTences, A.
B. M'CMNTOCK, Rlchmontj, Va.
WANTED,"A POSITiON 'BY A PIR3^
clasa book-keeper; hls presont employer
wlll recommend hlm. Address ENEROY,
caro thls offlee._
WANTED. SITUATION BY MAN'WHO
Ib oxperienced na locomotlvo flreman.
Address W. N. SALE, 1525 Bedford Ave?
nue. Lynchburg Va. .*
WANTED. BY A MAN WITH ETCPERI
ence,' a ?ltuntlon as hutcher: ls b flne
cutter and can glvo koo_i r?f(>rence. Ad
drosg W. N. BALE, 1635 Bedford Avonue,
' Lynchburg, Va.
WANTED. A SITUATION ON A OBN
tloman's plnco to look after and ke?p
everyt.hlnfr In ropalr and to do all there
in to be done: I am married. Addresa
FA.RMER, Abercorn. Va.
XHRST-CLASS STENOGRAPHER AND
offlee man wants posltton: several yoars
experlence and beut rcference furnlsh
ed. Address U., care thls offlco._
WANTED?A YOUNG MAN OF Ex?
perlence, who Is an all-round offle?
man, defllrcs to Becuro a Bliuation ln
Rlnhmond. Address W. S. COPELAND,
care thls'offlc*. ' _
WANTED. BY YOUNG MAN. POSITION
to lear-n to dr^ss wlndown with somo
dry goods house: best references, etc;
Binnll salnry lo Btnrt. Address WIN
DOW, Room, 17. thls offlee.
\WANTED. BY A YOUNO MAN. A POSI
tlon In an otTlcc of a wholosale ftrmi
can glve reference from promlnent
w-holesale met. n clty: have been with
present employer nearly one year as
book-keeper. Address WHOLESALE,
caro thla offlco.
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MAN OF EX
perience and hlghly recommenoed. a
posltlon with a deslrablo flrm as book.
keeper, nhlpnlng olerk, or gerernl of?
flco work; some colleotlnR wnuld not
be objectlonable. Has been with pres?
ent employer one year. Doublo "n'rv
books preferred. Addresa "DOUBLB
BNTRY," care thls offlee
WANTED, A COOK; SMALL FAMILY;
good pay; room. Apply at 138 North
"WAITRESS WANTED: NEAT AND
with rsferences. Apply at once at 309 W.
. l-ranklln Str*et.
WANTED. A GOOD COLORED GIRL TO
eook and cleon for a famlly of four.
Apply at 1923 E. Frankiln nt once.
WANTED. A GOOD COOK. APPLY TO
924 Floyd Avenue.
WANTED, WOMAN TO COOK, IRON
and help tn hougo for famlly of two.
Apply at 1310 Floyd Avenue.
WANTED, WHITE WOMAN, WITH
reference. to eook, wnsh and Iron for
famlly of four: g-ood wajroa, permnnent
home: suburbs of Richmond. Addresa
HENRY. care of Rnral Dellvery No. 3.
WANTED. A GOOD WHITE WOMAN
to eook and clean and take entlro charge
of house for famlly of three nriults
(wldow preferred); must have first-clnpa
refeTence; good wages and splondld
home for the right person. Address
"COOK." care tlils offlee.
WANTED! POSITION TO HELP IN
famlly: wllllng to make myself usoful,
asslst In houae work, sewlng, etc. Ad
dresg G. DANIEL. caro thls offlee.
WANTED. OFFICE WORK OF ANY
klnd Immediately by youi.R lady anxl
oub for work; reference. Address. M. O.
care thip offlee.
?A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES
a posltlon as eomnnnlon. or to touch
sinal) chlldren Engflsh and Mualc. Mlss
I. X. ADAMS. care Carrler No. 4. Po
k LADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS' EX
perlence ln hotel as housekeeper nnd
llnen-room wlsh a posltlon In a hotel
as housekeeper or In a llnen-room: can
glve the v.'r.v bost referenoec: no ob
jpcilon tn leavlng the clty or State. Ad?
dress Mlss L. X. H . care this offlee.
WANTED. BY A CULTURED LADY,
who wrltes a good hand. office work a
part of day, or wouid do work at homo;
could address envolopos or any Ught
work. Addresa S, C? care thls office.
SAMUEL B. R/CHARDSON,
116 Randolph Street, Clty.
alx prlzcs will bo awarded each.
woek for the beat drawltig sub
mitted, lllustratlnB that it p*y* ad
vertisers to uso The Tirnes-Dlspatch
want columns. Tho bIx prlze3 wlll
awarded in tho followlng order, vlz.:
First prize, J2; eecond, thlrd tourth,
flfth and elxth prlzes, Jt each.
ALL DRAWINGS MUST BEORIG
INAL AND MUST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OR CRDBOARD. AND SHOULD BE
FIVE TO SEVEN INCHES IN
WIDTH. Name and address must
be wrltten plalnly ON BACK OF
DRAWING. Do not send lettors, but
inclooe atamp If you wlsh drawing
returned. Do not fold, but roll, -vhen
matllng. Address all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
Al! drawings muat reach The
T'mos-Dlspatch offlce not lat?r thon
12 P, M, each Saturday, In order lo
be counted ln tho week's contest.
Every reader Is cordially Invltod- to
take part ln this highly IhstrucMva
WANTED, BY A LADY OF SEVERAL
yeare" experlence, a posltion In hotel oa
housekeeper, or ln llnen-room, atore
room or pantry. Address A. B. C, caro
WANTED, BY A WHITE GIRL. 18
years old, a posltion. as nurse or eharn
bormald. Please address Miss BESSIE
SOWERS. Methodist Orphanago, Rleh?
WANTED. BY A REFINED AND CUL
tured lady, a place In hotol llnen-room
or as housekeeper. havlng oxperlence
ir. sowing, and can bo usoful generally
ln elther houso or hotel. Address A. B.,
care thls offlce.
I WANT>WASHING TO DO AT HOME:
S92 North Second Streot.
WANTED. A POSITION AS CASHIER,
ent'ry clerk or offlce work by bright, In
telllgent lady of experlence (reference
Mr. W. S. Copcland. Room 10. Times
Bulldlng). Addresa "CASHIER." caro
thls offlce. _
WANTED. BY AN ELDERLY AND
capable lady, a posltion to caro for a
girl or bov, or to take care of an Inva
lld. havlng had some years' experlence
ln both; willing to work and does not
object leavlng the clty. Address S. CV,
caro of Woman's Chrlstlan Assoclatlon.
WANTED. AT ONCE. BY A LADY OF
four years' experlence, a posltion in
hotel as housekeeper or ln linen-room
or pantry: no objectlons to leavlng this
Btntc. Addresa X. Y. Z.. care thla of?
WANTED, A POSITION AS STENO
Brapher, casliler or nsslstant oook-koop
er by a young lady who has had years
of experlence ln oftlco work. Address
M. L., caro thls offlce.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN
offlce: ls experlenced In nllng. copying
and all klnds or offlce work. Addresa
N., caro thls offlce.
WANTED. A POSITION _AS'MATRriN.
housekeeper or i-ompnnlon for lady;
best-reference furnlshed. Address \v.
A. M.. thls offlce._
WANTED. BY A LADY OF EXPERI
ence. a posltion to toach Engllsh ln a
nchool or famlly. Address Miss SALLIE
E. STFED. Warfleld. Vn. _
"fIRST-CI.ASS LADY STENOC.RA
pher deslres a posltion; hnve hnd nearly
seven years" experlenco, nnd am also no
quainted wlth general offlco work. Ad
dreus EXPERIENCE. caro thls olY'cc.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION IN
hotel as housekeeper or clerk; best rof
erencos. Address M. G., Room IV, llmes
houso can accommodate two gentlemen,
also table boarders; good board at mod
erate terms; 315 E. Cary.
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR TWO NICE
ROOMS: central locatlon and good ac?
commodatlon; also accommodatlon for
ono lndv: table hoard a spoclalty. Ap?
ply 403 East Main Street._
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR THREE
ROOMS. furnlfJied or unfurnlshed; ox
cellent tablo faro. Apply 209 E. Grace
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR TWO DE
llghtful connecting front roomB, eec- ?
ond floor: nlso spcclnl rnles for tablo
boarders; 209 East Frankiln Street.
CAME TO MY PLACE ON WrLLIAMS
burg Road, one whlte and red COW.
Owner plcase come and prove property,
pay charges and get her.
TWO GOOD MUL-ES FOR GOOD BRED
MARES; also Blcycle and Gasollne
Stove for sale. Address Mrs. A. DILTS,
Burkvllle, Va._i _
STRAYED?FROM COG WEST BROAD
Streot, Rod Irlsh Setter DOG: 15 months
old: whlte spot on breast and whlto
noso. Llberal reward for hla return.
WANTED, TO SELL A GOOD TOP
Buggy; nlso good Sewinff Mochlne
Wagon. S. LYTHGOE, 7*2 West Broad
FOR SALE?TWO NICE YOUNG MILCH
COWS. fresh to the pallj calves with
them; one Jersey and flne Mllkers on
conslgnment to T. A. LUCK & BRO.,
107 South Twelfth Strret._
WANTED. TO SELL 2 2-HORSE
Tru"k? 1 s^cond-hand Richmond mnd?
Phnoton, second-hnnd groeery wafron
Come qulck for bnrgalns. B C BRIS
TOW, No. 19 South Flfteenth Street
FOR RENT-TWO OR THREE ELE
gantly.enclosed connectlng office ST-nces:
ground floor: eentrally located. Hcat,
llghl and janltor's attentlon: ront very
low. Address H. F. P. t.hls office. ^
FOR RENT?HOTEL BEL AIR. SEA;
-on of 1903. One of tha most auccessful
Bummer resorta ln VlrBinla: woll fur
nlshed. Address YODER & SPESSARD,
New Castle, Va, I
WANTED, TWO Oll THREE I'l.EAS
nut ftirnlslied ROOMS. wlth boft d ln, a
select locallly and wllh n prlvate fimi
|ly; satlsfactory ifefereneos fumlshcd.
Addre.ia X.. caro thls nfflc.
Wan .j, to Botntow .',",01 for
twdve months on A No. 1 ?eo.rlty ll'i
tral Intereut pald. ..udresd "LOAN."
caro thls offlce.
WANTED. TO RENT A STORE UK
twoen Brook Avenuo und H,toi?I Stroet;
elther slde. Address CAP1TOL. caro
WANTED, A HOUSE CONTAINING
nbout 9 or 10 rooms centro.lly located
and sultable tor a boanlliig-hoiise; wlll
tnko unoxpired leaso. Address L. B. ,IJ.,
care thls offlce.
WANTED TO BT'Y. AT ONCE, 200 gtfc
ond-hand Foldlng C'liulrs. Address
CHAIRS. care thls offlco.
W/NTED. TO RENT A OOUNTRV
STORE: must bo located near rallroad
and ln thickly ?ettled country. Address
A. C. B.. Jackson. Va.
WANTED, IF ANYBODY HAS F-iR
sale a glrl's rlg, gcnlle horse and run
about In good condltion, tilease notlfy
MRS. PRUE, caro thls offlce.
WANTED. PARTNER, WITH AT
ieast $2,000. ln wholesnlo business: blg
proflts; good fleld. Whlle experlence lt}
not neeessnry. a thorougVi business mnn
to tnlte actlvri lntorest I* preferred. Ad?
dress GOOD BUSINESS, caro thls uf
WANTED. STLENT PARTNER WITH
$2,500 cash for good navlng huslness;
reforenen-s exchanged. Only thn"? mwin
Ing business addre." "SILENT PART?
NER," caro this offlce.
FOR SALE-AN OLD ESTABUSHED.
good ? paying business (wholosnle nnd
retall); average cash sales $M per day;
best locatlon In clty; $7,500 buys lt. MEL
VILLE DANIELS. Room 17. Tlmes
THE Firs-rCST LINE OF ANTIQUE FUR
niturn. Brass Goods, Chlna and Brlc-a
Brac in tho city; speclal low nrlces dur?
ing February: 809-311 N. Eighth Streot.
A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD.
KOLA CELERY AND PEPSIN CEL
Pep-Ko Is the only true braln and
nervs food over dlseovcred. Col-Pep
ICo eures nervous exhaustion hy feed
ing the brnln nnd nerve centres with
cerehrln. thus Bi'ipplylng now onerory
and vltallty for the whole system. Cel
Pep-Ko wlll strengthen your henrt. In
crense your flow of lnnguage, lmprovo
your nerve and brnln power, sharpen
up your business ablllty and energy,
mnntnl or physlcal work for lawyers,
preachers. leclurers, slngers. students
and business men. Cel-Pep-Ko wlll
curo nervous headacho. de3pondency
and tho blues In flve mlnutos. At your
flrst opportunlty try a glass 5f Col
Pep-Ko at any cafe or send for n sam
Plo,'bottle to any drug store or tho Hy
gela M'f g. Co.; AUGUST ARNDT, DIs
trlbutlng Agent, Rlehmond. Va,
CEL-PEP-KO. THE WORLD'S BEST
nerve tonlc, can now bo had at any
drug store, a slx-ounce sample bottlo,
free of charge; ask your druggist for
lt. ICola Colery and Pepsln Is the only
tonlc for catarrh, coilc, xiolds, dyspep
sla, indigestlon and other dlseases. Try
it, it will make you strong. healthy and
happy. The Hygeia M'f'g Co.. AUGUST
ARNDT. Dlstributing Agent.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS. v.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL. RENT'
exchango or'have a blcycle reDaired call
on JOE BICKERSTAFF. There Is only
ono JOE and only ono store?1S03 E
BOARDING AND LIVERY ^TABLES".
WANTED-A FEW MORE HORSES'i'6
occupy tha commodlous dry, warm
stalls at tho eelehrated Temple and
Mndlson Boardlng and Sale Stables,
where every attentlon will be glven
for the most reasonable conslderallon:
speclal terms and rates made foi fancy
horses; ample room fur vchlcles. B.
D. KAY. Prop.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS.
WE MAKE A SPECrALTY
FOR BALLS AND PARTIES,
CALL BELL 'PHONE 2142.
J. ROSS JONES & BRO.,
NO. 602 E. BROAD STREET.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Costumes for Masquerade Balls, etc. J.
ROSS JONES & BRO.. 902 E. Broad
Street. Bell "phone 2H2._
WAKE UP IN TIME.?SCHBER'S
ALARM CLOCKS. the best mado for
$1: guoranteed for one year. A.
SCHEER, Jewelor. No. 1555 East Main
Stroet. rrpcslte Old Market.
PhoneXtfO. M. O. COPELAND CO., 108
Nlnth ' Street; OOSTUMES M \DE TO
ORDER FOR BOTH PROFESSIONAL
and AMATEURS at shortn otlco. COS
TUMES for RENT or SALE.
WIGS, FALSE FACES. OREASE
PAINTS and THEATRICAL SUPPLIES.
Call to see us.
FOR SALE BAROAINS.
WA NTED. 13VERY1101.1 Y TlTBUY OUR
Vapor IJntli Cablneta nnd got tlio b?ne
fits of llot Sprlngs al .home Prlco J5.
OWBNS ?. MINOR DRC'J COMPANY,
WHY NOT BOARD ?'AT THE FRANK?
LIN HOUSE, ndjolnlng the Cnpltol,
where you can get broakfast prornptly
from H lo 3, nnd a room ulono for 1.1.00
por weok; othor lar?;e rooms 14, thls In
oludes board nnd llslits; permanenl or
trnnslcnt. Offlco always open. 'Phono
FRESH CANDIES EVERY 1IOUR AT
KAEMPFS, 110 N. Nlnlh Streot. Havo
you over trlod themV
KAEMPF'S CANDIES. BELL 'PHONE
DO YOU WANT A FINE SU.ISTlTI'TB
for HayV Try a bag of D. O'SULLl
VAN'S Cotton Bcod Hnlls, 60 cent3
hundred: Byrd Island Palent Famlly
Flour. tho ploneor nnd poer of all oth?
er flour on the marketj $4.2. por hlg
Barrol. D. O'SULLIVAN, Elgluoenth
and Maln Strcetfi.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELTtY
repalred nnd warranted. A. SCHEER,
Jeweler, No. 1535 East Maln Stroet, op
poslto Old Markot.
IT'S UP TO YOU TO GET FrXED UP
as choap as posi|h,1e: get your Furnl?
ture Upholstered nnd removed dur'ng
dull Henion:,bls dlseount. JUR^ENS',
No. 027 Ea?t Broad Street.
MEN'S SUTTS AND OVERCOATS.
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
EXACTLY I* PRICE
6SC. BUYS J1.60 MONAT^CH SHTRT
OR A Jt.fiO ECLIPSE SHIRT.
26C, BUYS A 50C. SHIRT._..
$1. .LHO. J2 HATS FOR 76C.
MARCH 2, 1903.
SAM'L E. DUGGINS,
3< WEST BROAD ST.
H O M E-M A D E C A R A M E-L S A T
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY. THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they. Ilko tho dollc oiis
phoanhatps of overy flavor at "THE
FOUNTAI'N," 90(1 East Maln.
5C. AND 10C. BUYS POPULAR STAND
ard 50c. and 75c. Sheet Muslr at FER
GUSSON BROS.'. 11 West Broad.
DAVIS' FOR PHOTOS AND PORTRAIT3
PHOTOGRAPHS OF RICHMOND FOLK
WATCH THE WINDOW3 OF THE
RLITE STUDIO, No. 207 East Broad
Street, for tho new dlsplay of Photo
graphs this week, Richmond people are
THE CARBON STUDIO, NO,. 107 EAST
Broad Street, has no Intorest or con
nectlon with any other photogrnph bus?
lncss In Richmond, except at thls num?
ber. Hero always can be found cvery
thlng up-to-date and first-olass ln the
YOU REMEMBEIl THOSE I-TOT R.Ol TS
mother used to mnke; we'1 ATKINSON
makes lho same klnd at N >. 327 Brook
Avenue: Old 'Phono. No. 2G19.
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE
room apply to Rlchardson & Chap
pell. No. 501 West Maln Streot (Belvl
dere Bulldlng)._ ?_
500 SOLID GOLD" PLAIN AND SET
RINGS from $1.25 up. Gold fillod
Watches from 18.50 up. A. SCTTEER.
No. 1555 East Maln Street, opposlto Old
' SHOE PARLORS.
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES, CAUS
Ing the feat to swoat; have your shoos
wholesoled with rubber soles for 51;
wlll keep off rheumntlsm and snve doo
tors' bllls. Our rubber soles aro sewed
on; no nails or pegs. 'Plipne 2GG7.
DREWS ELECTRIC-POWER SHOF
FACTORY. TJ6 E. Ataln.
SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS. WH
have a few maohines slightly scratched;
If vou wnnt n bargaln. call at once.
NEW HOME OFFICE. Nlnth and
PAX COMFORTER NO. 2 I.EADS, CUR
Ing Cough whon others fail; everv^bottla
warranted. Found at A. BODEKER
BROTHERS, 800 West Marshall and 2303
DAVIS' FOR RROOCHES AND QHARMB.
STRONG HOREHOUND DROPS. GOOD
for a cold. at KAEMPF'S.
10,000 RAI.ES FTNE T.TMOTHY HAY;
S.O00 Bales Ctiolcp Clover Hay. S5 ennta;
500 tons Rock Salt for Stooii. 75 cents
for 100 pounds; 50.000 Oallons Whlte
Kerosenso Oll, 12 cents. Brlng your can,
D. O'SULLIVAN. ,
DAVTS' OALLERIES, 817 AND 223 E.
WANTED. DEAD OR A1..IVE-ANIMA1.8
moved trorn1 .ill narts; no churKe.
HICKERSTAFF. Now "phone lilli,
WANTED-PUPtLS I'REPARED FOH
Stuge (dramatic or vaUdevllR) singiiin
and Danclng. Ointory, Eloeutlon nnd
Physical Cuuurei Slammering and Stut
torliig posltively and pefrrtflrTeh'tly cured.
DANIELS' SCHOOI. OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 027 East Droad.
(Prlvate theatre In conncr.tlon.)
STAMMERINO AND STUTTERINO
posltively and permnncntly cured.
DANIELS' SCHOOI. OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, N3. 637 Eaat
DANIELS' MET1IOD OF DEEP
jbrenthlng and Pliyslral Culturc
strengthens tlio lungs. glvos action
to the heart nnd Is nhttms's grea'est
blcrd purlfler and nerve tonlc. Tho
requlslte of n long life \y deep hrea-h
Uijg and a strak-lit bick. Everv pu
pll nttondlnc DANIELS' Lalge School
hns 1NCREASED THEIII CHB'BT
EXPAN3ION FROM 3 TO 5 3-1 IN
C1IES. lnformalloii and relerer.ee fur
nlshed on appllcatlon. No. 6-7 East
SCOTCH KISSES. HAVE YOU TRIED
them? KAEMPF'S. 110 N. Nlnth Streot.
FERGUSSON BROS. (11 WEST BROAD)
are selllng nll late popular standard 60c.
and 75c. Sheot Music at 5c. and 10c.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our repalrlng of watclics. clockn and
jewelry Is fully guaranteed. SMtTH
fe WERSTER, CL'll E. Maln Street.
IF YOU VV1SH TO I.OOK INTO PAST/i
present or future consult Mrs. .TACK
SON. tfOS East Marshall Street. Prices:
25c. to $1: strlctly confldentlal.
WANTED. CLARA. KATIE AND ALL
the rest of the girls to tell thelr best
fellows to buy our old Cnshloned Italian
Cream Clwrolntes; best In tho clty.
MARCHETTI BROS.. two storca, 90G E.
'Maln and C17 E. Broad.
DON'T BUy'A BABY CARRJAGE UN
tll you have seen ihe beautles und low
prices at JURGENfJ'. No. -121 East
DE SPAIN'S FURNITURE COMPOUND
mokes furniture, plate glass nnd plated
metals look liko now. The Cablo Co.
uro it on thelr flnost planos; tho Homo
Sowlng Machlne use it on fheir best
machlnes. For sale by J. H. RUSBY,
00 East Broad and 1403 East Maln..
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repnlred at very lowest prlres. J
WETNSTEIN. 1501, E. Maln Street.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
C. H COSBY, 423 WEST BROAD
Stroet. You enn havo your plumblnfl"
and tlnnlng dono promptly and stovo
repalred. Old 'phona 2736.
EGGS FOR HATCHINO, INCUBATORS,
Poultry Foods, Louso Powder nnd
Roup Cure: FANCIERS' SUPPLY CO.,
Nos. 517-51!) West Broad Street.
WANTED. THE PUBLTC TO KNOW
we have .Cnbs for hlre, day and nljrht.
.TAME3 M'DONOUGH. No. 15 North
Elghtoenth Stroet, 'phono Nos. 361 and
WHO .TUNED YOUR PIANO? WHY,
FERGUSSON BROS., U West Brond,
ofycourse. They guarnntec thelr work.
DON'T TI-TROW YOUR OLD PAPERS
away, I buy them; also rags, motals,
bottlcs, etc. D. H. HEY, 733 East Cary.
WANTED, TEAM3 FOR KAttt-lNq
lumber. We wlll pay $1 por day for good
four mtilo or horso tcams; atoatly worU
for balance of the year for 3 or 4 team_|
wlll pny by the thousund lf party jire
rers. Addleea POTTS A KIDDER, Bar> ?
hnmsvlilc. New Kent county. Va.
8,000 BUSHEL.S CHOtCE P'EED AT 43
.ents: 10,000 Bushels fVlrgb-la C'orn. 6fl
cents, Make monoy tjy ?ailng It. BUv
of D. O'SULLIVAN. E'lgliteciith and
7.C. HALF ! SOLING' MEN'S SHOES;
Indlea', 00c; overy pn.lr sewed; no niillo,
no pegs. DREW'S ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE' FACTORV. 710 E. Maln. 'Phono
2007; ,free d^llvory. Cut thls advortlso
mont out, is good for 10ci
STENOORAPHERS-WA NT ED PUPI,L3
for pr'vate Instructlon by teachcr ol
oxperlenco; grnduato of Pilmnn svsterrtr
recent teacher of shorthstnd ln Smlth-'
d.al's College. Addross Mrs. MAUD.
SWINDELL. No. 317 West Orace Street,
ENTERTAINMENTS FURNtSHED FOR ;
benetlts of church?n, lodgps, Boeletles,;
otc. br the DANIELS ENTBRTA1N-'"
MENT bi'REAU. Profesulonal or Am-:
oteur taleut No. 627 East Broad Bt
WANTED, 500 BOYS AND MEN . TO.
keop thelr best glrls or wlves In good
humor bv foedlng them on our best?tho,
old fashloned Itnllan Crenm Chocolates;
only at MARCTIBTTI BROS.' STORE9.
IKX5 East Maln and 617 East Broad..
627 EAST BROAD. '
THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL'.
IN THE SOUTH._ ',v
FREE HALFSOLING; CUT OUT THI9:
advertlsement. bring It to us and pay.:
cash for n palr of our Ouaranteed $3.5fl
StKES and we will halfsole thom when-.
needed freo of charge, or if the upperr
break through before the flrst solo
woar< out. wlll glve you a new palr.'
instead. 1DREW ELECTRIC POWER
SHOE FA.CTORY.No. 716 East Maln St.
Richmond, 2, 20, '03.
Mr. Melvllle Dnnlcls:
Doar Slr,?When r commenced mj
cours? with you ln Dramatlc Art, whlcr
incliirles yo.sr method of deep breathlng
and physical culture. my chest expnnslon
-wns but two (2) Inches. I practlced my
exerclsos falthfully, and at- the end.ol
one week mv expanslon had Inorease'd to
B inches. After tho elghth lesson lt waa -
7 VI Inches, nnd I am rapldly galnlng in
welght and str.ength.-I chearfully recom-,
mend your mothods, as they nre all you
clalm x'or them and much more.
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF ACTING AND
Physical Culture, 027 East Broad. ? '.-;.
C". C. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE\
makes Mattressos. Cushlons and Sllt i
Covers to ordar. Bell 'phone 1038.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY ANu
Sllvorwaro at wholesalo pricea. Call at
J. WEINSTEIN.S. 1501 E. Main Street.
s AWED~woob."" "
sTvE MONEY BY RUYINO YOUR
WOOD n.t H. S. URBAN'S. Snwed plne.
J4.50 and. S5.75; oak wood, $6. Bowe and
Marshall Streets. Old "phono 1320.
O GBEATEST SJJPPLI2R
HE WILL CALL FOR YOUR WMT AD3. MO TROUBLE
SPARED ANO EVERY EFFOflT USED TO
HAVE TO BE SOLD
Chances for Saving the
School at Bristol are
The prospects for saving the Virginla
[nstltute at Bristol, Va., ln whlch Bap
tlsta throughout tho State are Interostcd,
are very, very gloomy, and aro growlng
more eo'as each day passes. lt is gen
irally believed now among local Bapll3ta
that thp Institutlon wlll be lost to iho
As stated many tlmes already tho
Bristol Instltute la heavlly burdened with
debt and has been bo for somo yenrs.
A mortgage for ?25,000 Is held by ov
Postmasttr-Generpj Orny, of Baltlmore,
and there are mlseellaneous dabts to tho
extont of ten or twelvo thousand dollars,
Mr,' Gray has agrecd to renow the mort?
gage, for llvo years, provlded the JJO.OOO
|b pald off. These mlscellaneous orcd
itors, by the way, aro clamorlng for
Tho efforts of Dr. Hatchor have been
|n Ihe dlrootion of rulslng thla ten or
twolve thoueand dollars. Uo.^made a
hard pull, and succeeded ln gettlng to
gether a large portlqn of lt, but.the .tlme
came for a payrneiR and stlll u good
-?jioo of jt was wnntlng. The Baptlst
jiducatlon Commlsslon mot and ap
pointed a delegatlon to petltlon the cpurt
for an ext.enslon of tlme. The court
granted thlrty more days, but declared
|hat after that tlme there must bo no
_tb4U* tbkty daya .we now drawing %o \
a close. But three or four of them re
maln. The money Is not In hand and a
prominent member of the comlssion yes?
terday made the frank avowal that he
dldn't seo where It was comlng from.
Thero ls not muoh llkollhood that the
money will conie in now unless some
generous man or men wlll do tho work.
If nobody can bo found to come to ihe
reseuo tho court wlll take a hand and
placo tlie mstituto on the markot and
sell lt. Tho dtnpmlnntlon will thus loso
a most valuablo property.
The gloomy splrlt whloh prevalls wlth
referenoe to 'the Brltftol school Is ro
fleoted ln tho Rellgous Horald thls week.
Dr. Pitt, who is a member of the com
pilssion, and wlio IS In close touch wlth
tho Bristol sltuallon, snys:
"This week wlnds up the Bristol enter.
prlso. Wo are not propared to glve tln?
oxact rosults of the campnlgn. W* tonr,
however. that they will be Inndequate
and unsatlsfnctory. Those who have
dono thelr duty ln the pmmlses need not
be unduly dlstresse4: those who hnve
not done thelr duty-well. the lamp stlll
holds omt to burn; altliough the wick la
oharred and tho oll low In tho fount,
thoy may yet send the'r glfts at once
to Judga W. R, Barksdolo. Houston, Va."
ELKS' QRAND LODQE
Arrangemont Belng Made by Local Elks
to Go to Baltiinore.
Rlehmond Lodgo of Elks met In regu?
lar session last nlght and voted upon a
number of appllcatlons. A llst of all
thoso who contemplats gotng to the Grand
Lodge-meetlng lu Baltlmore next July
is ln' tho hands of Boorotary T. R. A.
Rurke. Ho asks all who are golnsr to
let hlm kpow at onco, so he may nrrange
(or ocoommodations. The charier llst of
the new ManohMter Ifldg? waa also i
UNDER HEAVY FIRE
Presldent Ryal, ol Brewery
Workers. Criticises Messrs.
Lyle and Barksdale.
The featuro of tho post-prandlal Rpeech
es at tlie Brewery Workers' banquet last
night was the sevore crlticlsm, of Son
ators Lylo and Barksdale for thelr stand
on the Cabell chlld labor bill by the pres?
ldent and toastmaster, Mr. John M. Ry
The banquet was served at Connell and
Mlller's restaurant, botweon Second and
Thlrd Streets, on Broad. Not less than
ono hundred of tho membera of Unlon
No, 120, Brewery Workers, woro present,
and It was a Jolly crowd. Aftor a full
and tlioroughly satlsfuotpry dlscusslon of
eholco vlands, Toastmaster Ryall called
tho Jolly boya to order and made 11 brlef
address, ln whlch he callod tho namos
of tlu? aforeiiientloned Scuators.
Mr. Ryall presented Mr. Rlehard Dol
lard, presldent of tho Central Trades and
Lubor Councll. who spoke brlelly. Mr,
W. H, Mullen, secretary of the Trades
and Labor Councll, also spoko. Mr. Ryall
called on a number of otliors, who made
brlef but liappy talks. Jt was a la;o hour
bctore the bamiuotlng party separated for
tho nlg'ht. _ _
SAN JUA*nT_P. R.-"iHss Ailce Roosar
velt has wrltten In reply to an liivitatlon
from Miss ElUnboth Hunt. daughtor of
Governor,Huntl suylng slia wlll pay Miss
Hattt a vislt hore early ln March.
' ' t '
Stand-Pipe at Murphy's Hotel Worked
A sucoesBful test of the stand-plpn at
Murphy's Hotel was made yesterday af?
ternoon, and It was clearly demonstrated.
that tho dopartment could rensonably
handlo any flre tliat mljjht happon to
start up In tha tlnimedlnto vlcinlty,
The hose was atraclied to tho plpo
that runs up the Murphy aiinex,* nnd
from the ground a stream was thrown
ovor tho annex with npparont ease, whllo
a llat stream from the top of tho bulld?
lng reached aa far os Zlmmormaup's
and tho Globe bulldlng.
The test was most satlsfactory to the
Is In reserve for thoso who contemplato
vlsltlng Calirornla during the spring or
summor on one of the sovernl excur
slons belng orgnnl.ed by tho Southern
Rallway and Southern Faclflo Com
panlefi, The rirst of theso occastons lu
the Presbyterian Gonoral Assembly at
Los Angelcs, for whloh tlckets wlll bo
on sal?' beglnnlns May 2d, with llmit
slxty days and stopovcrs, for tho ivon
derfully low rato of $65.25, from Rich?
mond, Washlngton, Norfolk, und polnts
south thoreof. In mldltlon to the Stan
dnrd Sleeplng Car Servlco, tho hlgh
claaa Excui'idon Sleenors, oporated regu
larly via those llnes at alniost ono-thlrd
tho atandard rates, wlll l.o avallable.
Tho Excurslon Sloopprs aro porsonnJIy
conduotod, and pos^ess every requlslte
for oom.fort, tholr rattan upholatery add
Ing groatly thercto. liavjiig opcrated
f.!:.se oxcurslons for tlia past six yoars,
the experlment.il sta.e has long slnre
passed, and thelr succe_3 Is an assured
Por further partlculara. addresa
C. W; WESTBURY.
Dlstrlct Passenger Agent.
No. 920 E. Maln St., ttlchmond, V^
A SPLENDID TEAM
FOR THE COLLEGE
Prospects Brlght for the Sea?
son? Dramatic Club (s
Rlchinond Coliego has very promlslne
prospocts for another chumplniishlp banc
baJJ toatn this soilson. Although only
two or threo members of Ia3t season'n
toani aro playlng ball thls year. there Is
tho vory best promlso of nno of tlio
stroiigest teama tlio college over had.
Coach Staplcs Is worklng tho aippllcants
hnrd two hours ovory aftornoon. Ho ls
puttlng forward evory effort to dovolop n
strong "tjlugglng" team; and the last
fow 11 its on tha dlanioud havo shown up
some "sluggors " Mr. Staples did not sus
pect woro on tha cainpus.
Thero ls no doubt of tho fact tliat. In
respect to tleld work, the toam wlll not
bo socond to any team In.the college
lenguo of the eastwn dkislon.
Tho Rlehmond College Dramatla Club J
aro relioarsiiig a drama to bo roudered '
oarly ln t|i? spring. This Is q, now or- [
gnulzatlnn in the collego, und Is under (lio j
ausplces of tho Athlottc Assoelation. The !
fair "Co-Eds" of the coliego aro ln hearty :
co-nperatlon wllh tlio club; thbi, moro
than any other factor, wll Insura its suc
Tho two llterary sooiotlc3 of. tlie col?
lege will hold thelr respoctlve annual
publlc debatos tne lattcr pai't of March. I
The varloua debaters have already been
chosc-n. Both occaslons wlll, as usual,
bo >very enjoyablo and elovatlng,
TO HOLD CONVENTION
(By Assocliited Pross.)
NEW YORK, February 25?Tho Evon
Ing Telegram to-day prlnts a story io
tho offect that annrchlsts from all ovor
the world aro about to meet in a sooret
conventlon at Parla to devlso plans thnt
may radlcally uffcct tho erowned heads
Tno plans boeaino known through tho
boastful talk of n youthUil dejegat" to
tho conventlon for thls clty. Thls man.
nn ttallaiii knov.'n as "Angelo" and "Ru
dolpli." wns. arrested to-day by tlio pollce.
Ho sald hi* right name ls Frank Hi-rt
zell. and wlille denylng that ho was ono
of tho men selooted to so to the Piu la
ccnvontlon, suld hc knew four men'who
\ The :
[ TImes-DispatGh |
Miss Frommer Becomes the
Bride'of Mr. MorecK.
of this City.
Miss Rosa Marla Frommer and Mf,
Frank Moreek, Jr., of thls city. were mar
j-lod Monday last In Washington,
The aiuiouneeniorit wlll conie In tlie na?
ture of a surprlso to tho frionds of both
of tlie contractlng partles. Tlio inton
tlous of tlie couple had been known fo?
some tlme. but lt was not generally un
Uc-rsiooii that tlio ccremony was to follow
so~ soon. On Monday mornlng Miss
Frommer. who has been atiendlnjs a busi?
ness colloga here, ieft homo ostenslbly for
Not even bnr rolatives guessed other*
wise, But Innteud of vialtlng tho coj.
|ese, Miss Frommer niot Mr. Moreek, whq
was gclng North on a business trlp, a:>4
tbe two took tho 8:10 o'clock traln for
Washington. Thero they wera ma.-riea
at tho homo of a Protestant mlnlstar. A
telograni toMIss Frommer's parents niad*
them aware of her wlu'reabouts.
Mr. aiui Mrs, Moreek roturned ta tha
clty yesterday. Tho brldo Is a <?ati|rbt*r
of Mr. Charles Frommer. snd haa beas
a member of St. Mary's Qerman CatholU
Qhurch. Mr. Moreek ha* for soma yu+n
been raanagar for Morton C. fimut A