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THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
THAT BRINO BHE?TEST RESULTS.
WANTBD, FIVE EXPERIENCED
"WAITERS: Wages, $20 her month, Al>;
t'Jy LEXINGTON HOTEL, Newport
WANTED. ? COMPETENT , MlUr
wHehTi one familiar with flour milling
nvfHhlnoriyi Addrose,' with references,
NORFOLK. FLOUR Co.. Norfolk. Va,
WANTED, ? , REGISTERED PHAR;
rrtaclB?; single, sober anrl not errala of
work. Address R. J. DUDLEY, care
Cerner No. f., Richmond, Vn._
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED LAUN
dryman, having two or three hundred
dollars, to superintendent the work In
a family laundry. Address 8., Box 74,
WANTED, ? MAN, WITH FAMILY, ON
my farm on James River to work on
shares; owner -will furnish teams, etc.
T. M- DBITRICK, lorraine, Vft. .
WANTED. COT STENOGRAPHER AND
typewriter for Renerai orfico work, Ad?
dress, In own handwriting, etntlng age,
reference, and salary expected while
learning business. Apply Box 443.
YOUNG MEN- EVERYWHERE. COPY
letters, home ? evenings, ?7.O0 week.
Send addressed envelope for particulars.
MANAGER, Dept. W, 8S, Box HU, Phlla
qelphla, Pa._ _
WANTED, TWO CLOTHING SALES
men, .two Furnlahlng Good? Salesmen:
must be thoroughly competent and
qualified to wait on the best close of
trade; application and references by
letter. GANS-RADY COMPANY. :
WANTED, FOr'Whe U. ?. ARMY: Able
bodled, unmarried men. between agres of 21
and 35, citizens of United States, of good,
character and temperate habits,Who ean
speak, read'and write English. For Infor
rnatlon appy to RECRUITING OFFICER,
?0 East Broad Street, Richmond. Va.
WANTED, BOOK-KEEPER AND TYPE
writer; lady or gentleman: one that
would be willing to Invest 12,000 In the
preferred stook of an established mer?
cantile company; 7 per cent, dividend
guaranteed and payable quarterly, Box
fS3 Claremont. Va._ ?
WANTED. SITUATION BY- MAN WHO
is experienced as locomotive fireman.
Address W. ?. SALE, 1525 Bedford Ave?
nue, Lynchburg. Va.
WANTED, A POSITION EITHER' IN
retail or wholesale store; IS years' ex?
perience; can furnish good reference.
Address 102 N, Ninth Street, Richmond,
WANTED, A POSITION BT RTO?STER
ed assistant pharmacist; can furnish
best references. Addxeea DBUGGJST,
care this office.
WANTED, POSITION AS DRIVER
(laundry wagon preferred) by young
man,' Address LEWIS, care this office.
WANTED, SITUATION A8 FARM MAN
ager by an experienced tobacco grower:
' I know how to feed stock profitably, and
am an up-to-date farmer; reference
given. Address FARMER. -Sheppards,
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN OF EX
pcrlence, who Is an all-round office
man, desires to secure a situation In
Richmond. Address W, S, COPELAND,
care this office.
?WANTED. BY A MAN WITH EXPERI
enee, a situation as butcher; is a fine
cutter and can prive good reference. Ad?
dress W. N. BAUE, 1625 Bedford Avenue,
BOOKBINDING AND PRINTING
WANTED. ^FORE-LADY; PAMPHLET
room. S. B. ADKIN8 & CO., No. ?
PLAIN WRITERS EVERYWHERE. ;
spare time evenings, 13.60 week; steady
home work. Self-nddresited envelop?,, full
particulars. MANAGER. Dept. W, 93,
Bor lili, Philadelphia. Pa.
LADIES TO DO PLAIN BEWINO AT
homo: steady work; good pay; material?
gent everywhere free. Send addressed
envelope for particular?. DU PONT,
Dopt. W, 9$, Lock Box 13S3. Philadelphia.
LADIES EVERYWHERE, COPY LET
ters. home evenings, and return to us:
wo pay t20 thousand, oash; new plan;
?steady work. Send addressed envelope,
full particulars. GUARANTEE CO.,
Dept. W. 98. Philadelphia, Pa.
THREE HEALTHY, GOOD, QUIEV.
willing white boys on farm; good home
and good pay for the rlgh boys. Ad?
dress FARM. Hilda, Sussex county, Va,
.WANTED. LADIES TO MAKE NECK>
wear from sample; eteadj? work, good
pay: sent any distance. Send selr-ad
drnased stamped envelope., IDEAL
MFG. COMPANY. 508 West 133d Street,
New York city, ? i
WANTED-WILL PAY SMALL COM
pensatlon to young lady for attending
office. She can utilise h?r time In type?
writing or copying for other parties. An-f
ply to MELVILLE DANIELS at 1 P.
M. Monday, Rqom 17, Times Building.
WANTED, WHITE WOMAN. WITH
reference, to cook, wash and Iron for
family of four; good wages, permanent
? home: suburbs of. Richmond. Address
HENRY, care of Rnral Delivery No. 3,
WANTED. A GOOD WHITE WOMAN
to cook and clean and lake entire charge
of house for family of three adults
(widow preferred); must have first-class
reference; good wages and splendid
home for the right person, ? Address
"COOK," care this office.
^#\ ?ff-cu a ? a?
SAMUEL ?. RICHARDSON,
116 Randolph Street, City.
Six prize? Will be a warded ' each
week for the best drawing sub?
mitted, illustratine that It pays ?d?
vertlsers to use The Tlmes-Dlepatch
want columns. The six prizes will
awarded in the following order, vii.:
First prize, $2; second, third, fourth,
fifth and sixth prices, $1 each.
ALL? DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG?
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
bo written plainly ON\BACK OF
drawing. Do not ?end letter?, but
inclose stamp if you wish drawing
returned. Do not fold, but roll, Then
mailing. Address all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No, IT,
AU drawings must reach The
Times-Dispatch office pot latv tba.n.
12 P. M. each Saturday, lp order to
be counted In the week's contest
Every reader Is cordially Invltod to
take part In this highly Instruotive
I WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
kind Immediately by young lady anxious
for work; good reference. Address
YOUNG LADY, care this office._
WANTED, BT A LADY OF SEVERAL
years" experience, a position In hotel as
housekeeper, or in linen-room, store?
room or pantry. Addrese A. B. C, care
A LADY WITH 3EVERAX, YEARS' Ex?
perience |n hotel as housekeeper and
linen-room wish a position In a hotel
as housekeeper or In a llpen-room; can
give the very best references; no ob?
jection to leaving the city or State. Ad?
dress Miss L. X. H... care this office.
A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES i
a position as companion, or to teach
small children English and Music. Miss
I. X. ADAMS, core Carrier No. 1, Pe?
WANTED, AT ONCE. BY A LADY OF
four years' experience, a position In
hotel as housekeeper or in linen-room
or pantry; no objections to leaving this
State. Address X. Y. Z., care this of?
WANTED. OFFICE WORK OF ANY
Kind immediately by young lady anxi?
ous for work; reference. Address M. O.,
care this office.
WANTED. A WHITE COOK: GERMAN
preferred; must be neat, and prefer
young woman, Apply In person to 110 N.
WANTED, A P03ITION AS CASHIER,
entry clerk or office work by bright, in?
telligent lady of experience (reference
Mr. W, 8. Copeland. Room 10, Timeo
Bullding). Addrese "CASHIER.'' caro
WANTED. RY AN ELDERLY AND
- capable lady, a position to care for a
girl or boy, or to take care of an Inva?
lid, ?having .had some years' experience
in both; willing to work and does hot
object leaving the oity. Address S, C.
care of Woman's Christian Association.
WANTED. BY A LADY OF REFINE
ment and with muoh experience In hotel,
a position In hotel or as companion to
lady; does not object to leaving this
Stato or traveling; best references given. I
Address Miss BELLE, cara this office. '
WANTED, BY A CULTURED LADY^
who writes a good hand) office work a
'part of day, or would do work at home;
could address envelopes or any light
work. Address S. C. care this office.
YOUNG WOMAN GRADUATE WISHES
position as companion or governess to
teach; willing to be otherwise useful.
Experienced; best reference. Miss T.,
No. 334 Brook Avenue, Richmond.
WANTED, A POSITION. AS STENO
grapher, cashier or assistant book-keep?
er by a young lady who has had years
of experience in office work. Address
M. L., care this office.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION IN;
office; Is experienced in filing, copying
and all kinds ot office work? Address
N., care this office.
WANTED, BY A REFINED AND CUL*
tured lady, a place in hotel linen-room
or as housekeeper, having experience
Jr. sewing, and oan be useful'generally '
in either house or hotel. Address ?, ?., ,
care this office.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION IN
hotel as housekeeper or clerk; best ref?
erences. Address M. G., Room 17, Times
BOARDERS WANTED. " ~"
houso can accommodate two gentlemen,
also table boarders; good board at mod?
erate terms; 315 E. Cary,
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR A BE?TJ
tlful suite of ROOMS, with private
bath; best of fare; professional cook
from Hygela Hotel; terms moderate.
? ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTED, OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS,
with first-class table board! 60S West
Grace? Street. ,
FOR RENT-PARLOR FLOOR OF 3
large, bright, ROOMS, convenient , to
hath, $12.60 per month; no children; 80S
West Clay Street._' ?
WANTED, OCCUPANTS' FOR, FRONT
ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished; table
boarders $15 per month; location, Third
Street, between Main and Cary. Ad?
dress 99, care this ofllce.
FOR RENT-HOTEL BEL AIR, T??
son of 1903. One of the most successful
summer resorts In Virginia; well fur?
nlBhod? Address YODER & BPESSAHD,
XT?,? r<n?Hn V?..
WANTED. TO'SELL ? GOOD TOP
Buggy; ?Iso *ood_ Sewing Machine
Wagon. S. LYTHGOB, 722 West Broad
FOR SALE-TME RIGHT TO SELL MY
public Sanit?r?? Cusp <]r>r In Virginia:
h,000. Address S-.H. DUNCAN, Chatta?
WANTED, -TO BELL 2 2-HORSB
Trucks, 1 seaond-hand, nichmond made
Phaeton, second-hand grocery wagor.
Come quick for bargain?. B. C. BRIfi
TOW, No, 19 South Fifteenth Street,
11,200 BUYS LEASE, GOOD-WILL,
stock and fixtures of one of tho nicest
Hotels In State, clearing $3.000 year;
rreat bargain; must sell, good reason.
vlBLVILLB DANIELS, this office,
FOR BALE?A FINE JERSEY COW.
giving about 7 quarts per day; will Sell
cheap to a quick buyer. Address B.,
H. C.. care this office._
FOR SALE?A PROSPEROUS. WELL*
tablUhed busln'oss in one of the best
locations In Richmond for I7.5CO; thor?
ough Investigation solicited) retiring
from business on account of poor health.
Address RARE OPPORTUNITY, caro
FOR SALE-SEVERAL NO. 0 REMINO?'
ton. No. 2 Smith's Premier, Densmoro.
Callgraph and Yost Typewriters; also
large stock of second-hand Machines.1
ranging in price from $15 to $66. THE
BURLOCK TYPEWRITER OFFICE,
71? East Main. _ ____
WE HAVE AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW?
Home-made Wagons, also good second?
hand Wagons, new single Trucks, new
Dayton, several second-hand Phaetons
and Surrys. Dairy Wagons, heavy
Carte, suitable for hauling ooal; paint?
ing and repairing promptly done.
RICHARDSON BROS., 613 and 616 Brook
Avenue. "Phone J.4G7.
?-UO0 WILL BUY PLANING MILL AND
SAW-MILL, ? controlling box, hogshead
and lumber business of Important towr
and county: profit $2,K>0 yearly: i\[
health reason for selling. Address, by
letter, B. D. O., Room 17 Times-Dis?
Apply 219 South Third Street._
WANTED, A NICELY FURNISHED
front ROOM for a young married couple;
West End preferred; state location ajid
price. MELVILLE, care this office.
LOST?ON TUESDAY, MARCH 3D, A
large TOPAZ, set in old gold, on stick?
pin; Reward if returned to UH Ea>t
LOST?MONDAY AFTHIKNOON EITHER
on Grove Avenue, Park Avenue or Har
vle Street, one lady's Mink Fur Neck
Piece. "Reward if returned to No. 59
?WANTED. THE PERSON WHO PICKED
up a bundle of Dry Goods on Twentjr
slxth Street, between ? and Broad, to
? return same to 720 N. Twenty-sixth
Street and receive a reward._
WANTED, TO RENT A STORE BEK
tween Brook Avenue and 8econd Street:
either side. Address CAPITOL, cars
WANTED, ABOUT 300 FEET WROUGHT
Iron or Galvanized, % or 1 Inch water
pipe; second hand; must be cheap. Ad?
dress PIPE, care this office.
WANTED. TO BUY, AT ONCE, 200 SEC
ond-hand Folding Chairs. Address ,
CHAIRS, care this office.
WANTED, OL?) LIVE PIGEONS IN
any quantity. W. C. LYNHAM, 412 W.
. BUSINESS WANTS/ ~"
WHO TUNED YOUR PIANO? WHY^
FBRGUSSON BROS., It West Broad.
of course, They guarantee their work.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE?ANIMALS
moved from all parts; no charge.
BICKERSTAFF: 'phone 3398.
WANTED, EVERY MAN THAT WEARS
a shirt to know that the place to have
them made is at BISHOP'S, the Shirt
Builder, 702 E. Main.
ENTERTAINMENTS FURNISHED FOR
benefits of churches, lodges, sooletles,
eto.. by'the DANIELS ENTERTAIN?
MENT BUREAU. Professional or Am
ateur talent. No. 627 East Broad St
DON'T THROW TOUR OLD PAPERS
away, I buy them i also rags, metals,
bottles, etc. D. H. HEY, 733 East Cary.
8,000 BUSHELS CHOICE'FEED AT ?
Cents; 10,000 Bushels Virginia, Corn. 60
cents. Make money by saving it. Buv
of D. O'SULLIVAN, Eighteenth and
WANTED, 600 BOYS AND MEN TO
keep their best girla or wives'In. good
humor by feeding them on our best?the
old fashioned Italian Cream Chocolates;
only at MARCHETTI BROS.' STORES,
906 East Main and 617 East Broad,
YOU KNOW WE ARE RELIABLE.
Why go elsewhere? Wanted, 100 women
for New York, New Jers'oy and Connec- I
tlcut).wages good; two women for one
family. Thirty men for farm work, New
York, New Jersey and Delaware: trans?
portation furnished, Aoply at once
SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
2U.H N. Sixth Street
10,000 ?? CES FINE TIMOTHY HAY!
8.000 Dales Choi/50 Clover Hay, 85 cents;
600 tons Rook Salt for Stock, 75 cents
for 100 pounds; 60,000 Gallone White
Korosense Oil. 12 cents, Bring your can.
1? O BU.L,1j1VAN.
?27 EAST BROAD.
THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL
_IN THE SOUTH.
FREE HALFSOLINa; CUT OUT THIS
advertisement, bring it to Ms and pay
ortsh for a pair of our Ouaranteed $3.60
SHOES and we will halfsole them when
needed froe of charge, or If the uppers
break through before the first sole
wear* out, will givo you a new pair
Instead. DREW ELECTRIC POWER
?HOB FACTORY, No. 718 East Main St
LADIES? COLUMN. .
HO M ?-M AD ? "? A R ?'m ? L ? A ?
KA EM PF'S. ' - '
CHERRY WINE, FOR JELLY, 25C. PER
bottle, at CEASE'S, co/ner Sixth and
Broad Street?. "
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
are sweet, but they like the delicious
phosphates of every flavor at "THE.
FOUNTAIN," 906 East Main.
6C. AND tod. BUYS POPULAR STAND
?rd 50c. and 7Bo. Sheet Music at FER
GU8SON BROS.', U West Broad. 1
DAVIS' FOR PHOTOS AND PORTRAITS
LADIES, IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD
to buy a new suite of Furniture for
the sitting room, get your old ones
roupholstored. to look Ilk? now, at
J?RGENS', No. 627 East Broad Street.
Big discount1 during dull season. No
charge for making estimates on work.
DAV'm1'FOR BROOCHES AND CHARMS.?
POULTRY FENCING AT LOWEST
prices at 409 East Broad._L___
8TRONG HOREHOUND DROPS, GOOD
for a cold, at KAEMPF'S. _
DAVIS' GALLERIES, 817 AND 232 H.
WANTED. DEAD OR ALIVE-ANIMALS,
moved from all parts! ' nor charge,
BICKERSTAFF. New 'phone' 1246. '
GET YOUR COUCHES,. LOUNGES.
etc, reuphostered and covered during
^dull seasonable; discount at J?RGENS ,
637 East Broad Street.
WANTED. YOU TO KNOW THE BEST
place In Richmond to get a perfect fit
ting shirt I? BISHOP'S, the Shirt
Builder, 703 E. Main.
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND GO
Carts cleaned and -repaired? We make
new oodles for Carriages and Go-Ca?ts;
original, new designs; parasols and all
the parts on hand; reasonable ohargos,
SCHREMP & TUMA, 317 N. Fifth
\ Street., ____
PAX COMFORTER NO. 2 LEADS; CUR
ing Cough when others fall; even? bottle
warranted. Found. at A. BODEKER
BROTHERS, ?00 .West: Marshall and 2303
WANTBD-FUPILS PREPARED FOR
Stage (dramatic or vaudeville), Singing
and Dancing, Oratory, El?dutlon and
Physical Culture; Stammering and Stut?
tering positively and permanently cured.
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE. 627 Bast Brood.
(Private theatre in connection.)
DANIELS' METHOD "?F DEEP
breathing and Physical Culture
strengthens the lungs, gives action
to the heart and is nature's greatest
blood purifier and : nerve iitonlc The
requisite of a long Ufo ?? deep breath?
ing and a straight back. '-'Every pu?
pil? attending DANIELS' OlATge 8ohool
has INCREASED THEIR CHEST
EXPANSION FROM'8 TO<-6 8-4 IN?
CHES. . Information and reference fur?
nished on application, No,- 637 Bait
Broad Street.__^ ?
SCOTCH KISSES. HAVE YOU, "TRIED
them7 KAEMPF'S, 110 N. Ninth Street,
FERGUSSON BROS, 01 WEST BROAD)
are selling all late popular standard 60c,
and 76o, Sheet Muslo at 5c and iOc.
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our-repairing of watches, clocks and
Jewelry Is fully guaranteed. SMITH
& WEBSTER, 626 E. Main Street.
WANTED, CLARA, KATIE AND ALL
the rest of the girls to tell their best
fellows to buy our old fashioned Italian
Cream Chocolates; best In the city.
MARCHETTI BROS., two stores, 906 B.
Main and 617 B. Broad._
*~AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGST*
LET US MAKE YOUR AWNINGS NOW
and put them up when you are ready;
window awnings made all sizes. Just
'phone 2143 and we will call and give es?
timates. J. ROSS JONES & BRO., ?03
BICYCLES AND REPAIRsT"
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SBLI* RENT
exchange or have a bicycle repaired call
on JOB BICKERSTAFF, There Is only
one JOE and only one store?1S03 ?
WAKE UP? IN TIM.E.-SC?bER'8
ALARM CLOCKS, the best mado, for
III guaranteed .for one year. A.
SCHKER, .Jowoler, No, 1?G, East Main
Street, opposite Old Market, _
SPEC ?ALS?PCILK A ROLLS, WELL?
filled Cream Purfs, Snow Halls, Jelly
Rolls, filled with the finest currant
Jolly. 'Phone in your order, "will be
Johnny on the epot." E. FBRKINSON,
Baker, 421 N. Sixth Street.
FRESH CANDIES EVERY HOUR AT
KAEMPF'S. 110 N. Ninth Street. Have
KAEMfJTB. 110 N. NI
you over tried them 7
Vor sale bargains.
FOR SALE?FINE ASSORTMENT'"'" OF
Oo-Carts at reduced prices; old ones
taken In part payments for new; also
great reduction In Baskets, this woek
only. OLD DOMINION WILLOW &
RATTAN WORKS, 400 North Seventh
WHY 'NOT BOARD AT THE FRANK?
LIN HOUSE, adjoining the Capitol,1
where you can get breakfast promptly
. from 6 to 8, and a room alone for $8.50
per week; other large rooms $4. this In?
cludes board and lights; permanent or
transient. Office always open. 'Phone
KAEMPF'S CANDIES BELL "PHONE
EC. AND IOC. BUYS POPULAR"STAND
ard 60c. and 75o. Sheet Muslo at FER
GUSSON BROS, 11 West Broad._:?
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repaired and warranted, A; SCHEER,
Jeweler, No. 1555 East Main Street, op?
posite Old Market.
YOU WILL NEVER WEAR A READY
made shirt after .having one mad^to
order at BISHOP'S, the Shirt Buf?tFer,
702 East Main, ~
THE GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE G1RL8
. are sweet, but they like the delicious
&hosphates of every flavor at "THE
OUNTAIN," 00G, East Main, '_,
. HALF-PRICE SALE. ~~, ?
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS-,.
EXACTLY ? PRICE.
6SC. BUYS $1.60 MONARCH SHIRT
OR A $1.60 ECLIPSE SHIRT.
25C. BUYS ? ???". SHIRT. '
$1, $1.50. $3 HATS FOR 75C.
SAM*L B. DUGGINS.
2 WEST BROAD ST.
HAULING?CALL UP DEUEL'B DBLIV
ery: old 'phono 2704. Office 18 S, Short
Street;? your patronage solicited. AL
BERT E, DEUEL, Pro,_
PHOTOGRAPHS OF RICHMOND FOLK
WATCH THE WINDOWS OF THE
ELITE STUDIO, No, 307 East Broad
Street, for the new display of Photo?
graphs this week. Richmond people are
THE CARBON! STUDIO, NO, 107? EAST
Broad: Street, ? has no Interest or con?
nection with any, other photograph bus?
iness In^Rlchmond,..except at this num?
ber. Here always can be found every-?
thing up-to-date and first-,olass In the
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
wo have Cabs for hlro, day and nlfht?
JAMES M'UONOUOH. No. 15 North
Eighteenth 8treet, 'phono Nos. ?S1 afta
EGOS FOR HATCHING, INCUBATORS.
Poultry Foods, Louse Powder and
Roup Cure. FANCIERS' SUPPLY CO.*
Nos. 517-E10 West Broad street.
No blanks in The Tlmes-Dlspatoh wanl
columns. Every ad. brings resulte.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
C. H. COSBY, 423 WEST BROAD
Street. You can have your plumbing
aiid tinning doma promptly and stov?
repaired. Old "phone 2738. ,
PRICES REDUCED ?N WATCH WORKl
Cleaning, $1| Main Spring, $1; twenty
years' experience. WM. TOBIEN, Jr*'.
?IOS E. Broad Street,. Richmond. Va,
Spectacles and Eyegloses, 26o.? all worli
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND
Silverware at wholesale prices. Call at
J. WEINSTEIN,S, 1501 ?. Main Street ?
SAME ' MONEY BY BUYING YOUH:
WOOD at H. S. URBAN'S. Sawed pine.,
$4.60 and $S.7fi; oak wood, $6. Bo we ana
Marshall Streets. Old 'phone 1320.
600 SOLID GOLD PLAIN AND SET
RINGS from ? $1.25 up. Gold filled
? Watches from $850 up. A. SCHBBR;
No. 1555 East Main Street, opposite Old
CREAM PUFFS, CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS,
20c, dozen; Snow Balls, 26c. dozen; ouf^
15 and 35c. Cakes great sellers. Hot.'
Bread and Rolls at 5 ,P. M. DRINKS
ARD'S, 423^ N, Sixth. . ..??..?
SPECIAL SALE FOR TEN DAYS. WB?
have a few machines slightly soratcaetli ;
if you want a bargain, call at onoe.
NEW HOME OFFICE, Ninth and '
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES, CAUS-.
Ing the feet to sweat; have your shoei
Wholesoled with rubber soles for $1;;
will keep off rheumatism, and save doc?
tors' bills. Our rubber soles are sewed i
on; no nails or ' pegs. " 'Phone. 2067,
DREWS ELECTRIC-POWER SHOE
FACTORY. 716 E. Main.
The "best paying Investment In th? '
South?The Times-Dispatch want ads.?
WANTED, EVERY MAN THAT IN? i
tends to wear a Negligee Shirt this
spring and summer to see our line of
foreign and domestic Shirtings. BISHOP?
the Shirt Builder. 702 Bast Main;
CO. LEVY, NO. 544 BROOK AVENUE, ,
makes Mattresses. Cushions and. Slip?
covers to order. Bell 'phone 1036.
WATCHES, CLOCKS REPAIRED. '
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repaired at very lowest prices. X
WEINSTEIN, 1501 E. Main Street ,
THE SOUTH S ??W SUA?
THE 'Wk TIMES-DISPATCH
JUST PHONE DANIELS
(OLD 'PHONE 38)
HE WILL C4LL FOR YOUR WANT ADS. NO TROUBLE
SPARED AND EVERY EFFORT USED TO
FURTHER YOUR INTERESTS
News and Gossip Fresh
From National Capital
By Walter Edward Harirs.
No. 1417 G Street, N, W?
WASHINGTON. D. C. -March ?.-It
?ay shook the good people of the coun?
try who worked so hard and suoceeetwl
jy to secure the abolition of the post
canteen In the army to Uarn that at
one post, at least, possluly ut Fort
Monroe, the officers have cojmivod at
the practical evasion of the )?w, Tlvoy
?rranged with a civilian to establish a
flrst-class place just outside the resor?
ration, on whloh the post was looated,
jt M'a? agreed that the place should be
run practically as a canteen. No man
was allowed to have more than six bot?
tles of beer a day, for which he paid
g cents a bottle. Whiskey was not
sold. Billiard table? were piaced in tho
establishment, and the m,m were al?
lowed to play at the rato of ouo cent a
cue. In places in a nearby town they
had been charged 12 1-2 cents a cue and
, had been sold v|la liquors at exorbitant
prices. No man was allowtd to.become
indebted to the proprietor lu a ffronUr
turn in a month than ?5, and th? ottlcers
pledged themselves to see to it that th?
men paid up. r>
Tho beneficial results of the ?tabllsh
nient of this quasi canteen are said to
have been most pronounced. In th?
month Immediately preceding its i.?lnL>?
jishmont there wore, seventy-f.ve' courts
martlaj at the post, In the month fol?
lowing there were only ???.
I took oocosion to mention soma day* i
ago In this correspondency that tliero
would probably little come of the ettort
to unseat Reed Smoqt, fcenator-elect
from Utah. The Gentile ministers of
Salt Lake have notified Scuialor Bur?
rows, of the Senate Committee on Priv?
ileges and Elections, that they do not
approve of the effort to establish the
charge that Mr. Hraoot lia? more than
ono w|fo. They think this obscures the
main Issue. They want Smoot excluded
from the Senate beoause he Is a Mor?
They will contend tint that, per so.
should warrant the Senate in refusing
to allow him to take pis seat.
It Is not believed that this effort to
keep Smoot out of the Benita will bo
successful. Democrat? and Rspubll?
cans alike agree-that tin-.? House of Rep
resentatlves made a mistake In, un?
seating Brlgham Roberta in 1690. It is
said that nearly all the Daninerut* In
the Senate will vote to seat tlm Mormon
Apostle. Jt is weU-nlsli ??'tain that
f he Is exoludeit It will be because of
liU polygamous practtw, If lio l)a guilty
of euch, and not ?imply because he is
an adherent of the. Mormon Church.
Mr, Smoot said' yesterday he had no
doubt of being seated. He bad Just re?
ceived from the; secretary of the House of
Representatives of the State ox Idaho an
ofllcja) message from the members of
that body, conveying their fewt wishes
In th<? contest, which may arise over his
seat. Mr. Smoot v>? with tb,f Presidentj
for a half hour or so to-day. He will
take his seat Wednesday. He refused to
discuss the charge pf pollgamy to-day,
except. to assert that it was absolutely
Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, re.
marked the other day that all the Income
producing property he has In the world,
or ever had, yields him less than $1,800
a year. He has represented Massachu?
setts in the Senate and House for twenty
years. He says he gets a little poorer
every year, He and his wife have always
lived In boarding-bouses in Washington,
but he hoa made it a practice to take
breakfast every Sunday morning wlt?* a
friend of his, whose wife always has for
her guest oodftsh balls and ooffee, of
which he, like all Massachusetts people,
Is very fond. Despite his poverty, Sena?
tor Hoar Is said to have the finest library
of any.member of the Senate,
Senator Hoar's colleague, Senatpr Lodge,
also possesses a fine library, and, as Is
well known, is an author of pota. He is
far from being a roan of Senator Hoar's
strength of Intellect. Hie manner Im?
presses one as that of a bored, dille tal n te.
He talk? as a blase cosmopolite, who
received his last surprise many years ago.
He seems not well balanced as to Judg?
ment, and decidedly lacking in that viril?
ity and aggressiveness which character?
Iseo the strong men of the Senate, He is
not popular. But he is unquestionably
the mouthpiece of the administration on
the floor of the Senate.
It it were possible to combine in one
man the salient characteristic? of throe
or four of the leading Democrats of the
House, the result would be a prodigy
such ?* has not beea seen in our publlo
life. This thought came to me the other
day after listening to a number of load?
ing IPemoorats make short speeches. Take
John Sharp? Williams, of Mississippi,
with hi? suavity, diplomacy and culturo,
give to him the c?ol, clear head of Jone?,
of Virginia; the acute mind and remark?
able g?n|us for Invective and sar?a*m
possessed by Pe Armond, of Missouri,
and finally the knowledge of parliamen?
tary law which makes James D. Rloh
ardson, of Tennessee, the best parlia?
mentarian In the House, and you would
have a man who would be a giant Indeed.
As It Is, no one man on the D?mocratie
side seems thoroughly well fitted for
leadership, * s|
Williams, of Mississippi, is an extremely
able man. Ho was educated at Heidel?
berg after graduating at the University
of Virginia, and has traveled extensively.
But ha Is said not to he a student,
While Williams was at Heidelberg ho
offended a German student In some way
and the Teuton sent him a challenge to
fight a duel. The challenge was aocopted.
As the challenged man. Williams had the
right to select the weapons. Now It Is
the usual thing to fight thes? German
university duels with swords. The prin?
cipals go out early some morning and
hack at each other for a while, and when
each has been sufficiently scarred up .
they shake hands and go back to break?
fast. Williams had probably never had
a sword in his hand, but he knew all
about firearms, so he ohose pistols. The
seconds were surprised and doubtless
shocked, His opponent's second commu?
nicated the choice to the challongor.
There was no duel. The seconds were at
onoo very zealous to adjust matters, and
succeeded quickly. To their minds pistols
were very bad form.
Wise, Wiser, Wisest.
Lone time It has been, since J went to
But ? have not forgotten every rule.
That Johnny Wise I? wise Is plain to me;
That he might wiser be, I surely see.
And wisest If he'd lot the negro bo.
Cumnor, Va, Mardi, 1003.
I... -?-?--?? '"?- '
General Johnson Out,
G?ner?! Bradley T? Johnson le now able
to take A w?lk on the street? every fair
Nothing like The Times-Dispatch wan|.|
ads, for result * ? >
ANOTHER FIGHT .
Ministers Will Probably Go in
for it Again Soon.
There will, in al) probability, be an?
other big tight o>/er the proposition to
open the speedway on Sunday for the
use of suoh persons as may desire to
"trot" their horses on the Lord's day,
The ministers of the olty show no dis?
position to let up on the question. Sev?
eral of them were seen yesterday, and
while they cannot, of oourso, speak oftl
olally for ,tho several bodies they repre?
sent, there appear indications of another
fight, The Sunday Observance League
Is keeping run on the question, but it
will, In all probability, get In some work.
As a genoral thing the ministers regard
the Pollock amendment as almost a? bad
as tho original resolution. They thfnk
the speedway should be closed entirely
MAKING POETRY ON
? JUDGE CAMPBELL
One of the members of the House
Committee for Courts of Justice, who
has all along been classed as a strong
sympathizer of Judge C J. Campbell In
the pending Investigation, found the fol?
lowing little couplet upon his desk when
the House met yesterday, and handed ]
It to a representative of The Tlmoy
Dlspatch for publication:
Breathes there a member with mint*
Who never to himself hath said
This Campbell is a huge bl-ped."
The member said he did not know the
author, and had only seen It when he
oame In to begin his legislative duties.
DESERTERS FROM MAINE
Men Supposed to Be So In County Jail, I
Charged With Lunacy.
Three white men .supposed to be de?
serters from the battleship Maine, are In
the Menrlco Jail. The spedito charge
against them Is that of beating their way
on the Chesapeake and Ohio trains. They
were arrested by Detective Simmons.
Their names are William J. Walton, W.
D. Neaton and Tom Jones.
There appears to be danger of tht ar?
rest of an entire negro family In Hen
rlco county on the charge of lunacy.
Two brothers are already In Jail. They
are Thomas and Panici Johnson.
Oaptain Mays Better.
Captain A. F, Mays, member of the
House Of Delegates from Patrick, who
was stricken with cholera morbus while
In attendance upon one of tlv? Ifiuse
committees Monday afternoon, Is now
much better, and is ? ? pactad lo be out
hi ? few days.
Captain Mays Is under the treatment of
Pre, Hoffman, of Shenaudoah. and Ware,'
of Amheret, both member? of the House
At the Hospital.
Senator John N. Ople, of Staunton, wa*
taken to the Old Dominion Hospital yes?
terday, under the direction of his phy?
sician, pr. George B?n Johnstoi?
The Senator is In no imm?diat? danger
and is getting on ve?7 '.ilcejy.
THEY MAY YET V
SAVE THE SCHOOL
The Education Commission to
Meet Here on Next
With a ?view to making Anal and it*
termlned effort to pull the Virginia InV
stitute, of Bristol, out of the slough,'
the Education Commission of the Baptist
General Association of Virginia will meet
In this city on Friday morning next
at U o'clock. The session will be held
at the Second Baptist Church.
There seems to be somewhat; of & re.
vivai of hope for the Institute. A fur?
their extension of time is the chief cans?
of this. The creditors are anxious to
get their money. They do not want th?
Institute itself, and bene? are not anxious
for a sale, If they can got their money
otherwise they would be mor? than
pleased to do so. As a result of this
fact and the further fact of th? final
determined appeal, those ciVdltoro have
Instructed their attorneys to extend the
time until March 12th. it is to consider
ways and means for making this last
effort that the commission I? called to
Of the |U,00? needed ufout IK.WV) i?
in hand. A prominent JSaptWt has a?rent
lo givo ?500 rather than se? th? nv>r?~
meut fail, Another has suggested that
he would be willing to" Join ha?d? with
several others and aaaume the ?ntl;
deficit. . a?.
On th? whole, the pre*p?at* for Br>en,
er? much brighter. an4
Try ti^Tlmes-Dlepatott want ??.
supply your want.