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THESE ARE THE WONDER
WORKING WANT ADS.
TH?T BRINQ QREATEST RESULTS.
WANTED, FIVE EXPBR1ENCED
WA1TERB: w?Jtos. $20 per month. Ap?
ply LB3UNOTON HOTEL, Newport
Nowb, Vn. ,
IWANTED, A COMPETBNT MILL
?cvrlght! one fiunllfar with ilour mllllhg
majehlnrirfj-t Addrfss, with reffronce.,
NORFOLJ. FLOUR CO., Nftrfo'-^y*--*
SVANTBD, A FIR8T-OLABS BAJ-ER,
wllh recor.'.msndfttlons, from, last eni
ployer. correspond with ft, N. BRIDO
10RB, Weldon, N. C,_
WANTED. A REOISTERED PILV.R;
moolati slngle, aobor and not afrald of
work. Address B. J. DirnLfiY, caro
Carrlor No, B, Rlfclyiiond. Va.
?WANTBDrA YOUNG MAN. ABOUT 14
or 10 years of ago, for a bundlo wrapper;
good pay and stoady omployment to tno
right party. Apply CORD.ft, MOSBT &
CO._ .? '_
WANTED. TWO CLOTHING SALES
mcn. two Furnlahlng Goods Salesmon:
must bo thoroughly competent and
qualtfled to walt on tho best class of(
frado; applicatlon and reforehces by
letter. GANS-RADY, COMPANY.;
WANTED. YOUTH OR YOUNG MAN.
' ralsed ln country, ns clerk In genoral
store. State age, experlence and salary
wanted, with board; rof cronoeronutred ?
no othor answorcd. C. N. WELTON,
Bermuda Hundred, Va._
HARNESSMAKER8 WANTED; STEADY
Job; good pay for flttors, and one cutter
one Irish collar hand. Wrlto or apply
at onco to J. C. PARKE/R & BON C.O.,
WANTED, FOR THE U. S. ARMY: Able
bodlod, unmarrled mon. between ageu of 21
and 85, cltlstens of United States, of good
character and tempernts hablts, who can
Bpeak. read and wrlto Englfsh. For Infor?
matlon appy to RECRUITINO OFFICER.
110 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va,
WANTBD. BOOK-KEEPER AND TYPE
wrltor; lady or gentleman: ono that
wouid bo' wllllng to Invest 12.000 ln tho
preferred stock of an establish ed mer
cantll* company; 7 per cent. dlvidend
ru&ranteed and payable, quarterly. Box
1B3 Claremont. Va,_\_ j*
" SITUATION WANTED?MALET"*
WANTED, POSITION AS DRTVER
(laundry wagon preferred) by youn*
man. Address LEWIS, caro thls office,
WANTED. BY AN EXPERIENCBD
reglstered pharmaclst, a posltlon; best
of roferences. Addres. PHARMACIST,
71. Cameron Streot. Alexandria, Va.
WANTED, SITUATION AS FARM MAN
agor by an experlenced tobacco grower:
I know how to foed etook profltaoly, and
am an up-to-date farmer; reference
rlvsn. Address FARMER. Shoppards,
WANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK AND
cloan at 812 W. Grace Street.
^TAKTHd", TWO FrRST-CLASB MILLI
NERS. Call at 003 Ea.it Broad Street
WANTED, A NURSB FOR A TWO
months* old baby, who lives ln another
clty. Inqulre at 1119 West Avenue
WANTED. A WTCITE COOK; GERMAN
preforrod; must b* ncat, and prefer
young woman. Apply ln porson to 119 N.
.WANTED. A WHITE GIRD FOR GEN
eral house work; J8 per month; no laun?
dry; roforenoo requlred. Apply 1907
WANTED. LADIES TO MAKE NECK
w*ar from sample; steady work, good
pas*; sent any dlstance. Send solf-ad
drwtsed stamoed en%*elope. IDEAL
MFG. COMPANY. 50S West 183d Streot,
Now York clty.
WANTBD-WILL PAY SMALL COM
pensatlon to young lady for attendlng
office. She can utlllao hor tlmo ln type
wrttlng or copylng for other pnrtlos. Ap
61y to MELVILLB DANIELS at 1 P.
t. Monday, Room 17. Tlmes Bulldlng.
4 ?? . .
.Wanted. white woman, with
reference. to cook, wash and Iron for
famlly of four; good wages. permanont
homo; suburbs of Rlohmond. Address
HENRY, care of Rnral Dellvery No.
> . '? ? . ' . ?
WANTED. A GOOD WHITE WOMAN
. to cook and cloan and lake entlro chargo
of houso for fn.mlly of tliroo udults
<wldow preferred); must havo flrst-clnss
reference; good wagos and eplendld
home for tlio right porson. Address
"COOK." naro thls offlco._
' 'S-TUATIOiS WAlfTED? FE^rlALE.
.WANTED, OFFICE WORK OF ANY
klnd lmmedlately by young lady anxlous
for work; good roferencc, Address
YOUNG LADY, care thls office.
W'ANTED, A POSITION AS COMPAN
lon or nursery governess by a woman,
capablo of carlng for Invalids: teachlng
physical culturo, rldlng, drlvlng, danc?
lng, sewlng nnd embrolderlng. Addrcsji
"E. M.." care thls offlee.
WANTED. BY AN ELDERLY AND
capable lady. a posltlon to eaus for a
frlrl or boy, or to take caro of in Inva
Id, having had somo years' exporlenco
ln both; wllllng to work and does not
obj?-it leavlng the clty. Address 8. C,
care of Woman's Chrlstlan Associatlon.
} SIX PRIZBS
JKlKts lt- 'W?'*,r.'V
C _. BAKER,
1424 Orove Avenue, Clty. '
Sl_ prlzes will be awarded each.
week for the best drawlng' aub
mitted. Illustratlng that it oays ad
vertleers to uae The Times-Dispatch
want columns. Tho six prlzes wlll
awarded ln the followlng order, vlz.:
Flrat prlze, $2; second, thlrd, fourtb.
flfth and slxth prlzes, II each.
AL_ DRAWINGS MUST BE ORIG?
IN AL AND MOST BE MADE WITH
BLACK INK ON WHITE PAPER
OR CRDBOARD, AND SHOULD BE
FTVE TO SEVEN INCHES IN
WIDTH. Namo and address must
be wrltten plalnly ON BACK OF
DRAWING. Do not send letters, but
lnclose stamp lf you wlsh drawing
returned. Do not.fold, but roll, -Then
maillng. Addreaa all drawings to
"Cartoon Contest," Room No. 17,
AJ1 drawings must reach The
Times-Dispatch ofllce not latsr than
12 P. M. each Saturday, ln order to
be counted ln the week's contest.
Every reador ls cordlally Invltod to
tako part ln thls hlghly lnstruofive
WANTED, BT A LADY OF REFINE
raeiit and wlth much experienco ln hotel,
a posltion ln hotel or as companlon to
lsdy; does not object to leavlng thls
State or travellng; best references glven.
Address Mlss BELLE. care thls ofTlco.
WANTED, AT ONCE, BT A LADY OF
four years' experlence, a posltion in
hotel as housekeeper or In llnen-room
or pantrv; no objectlons to leavlng thls
State. Address X. T. JS., care thls of?
WANTBD, OFFICE WORK ' OF ANY
klnd lmmedlately by young lady nnxl
ous for work; reference. Address M. O.,
care thls offlce. _
YOUNG WOMAN GRA.DUATE WISHES
posltion as companlon or governess to
teach; willing to be otherwise usoful.
Experlencod: best referenco. Mlss T.,
No. 32-1 Brook Avenuo, RIohmond.
WANTED, BY A LADY OF SEVERAL
yeara' experlence, a" posltion ln hotel as
housekeeper, or In linen-room, stpre
room or pantry- Addresa A. B. C, care
WANTED. BY A CULTURED DADY,
who wrltes a good hand, office work a
part of day, or would do work at home:
could address envelopes or any llght
work. Addresa S. C, care thla offlce.
WANTED, A POSITION AS STENO-'
graphor, caahler or asslstant book-keop
?r Sy a young lady who has had years
of experlence In offlce work. Address
M. L., care thla offlce.
WANTED, A POSITION AS CASHIER,
entry clerk or offlce work by bright, In?
telllgent lady of experlence (reference
Mr, ,W. S. Copoland, Room 10. Tlmes
Bulldlng). Address "CASHIER," caro
thls offlce. J
YOUNO LADY WISHES POSITION IN
offlce; ls experlenced ln flllng, copylng
and all klnds or ortlce work. Addresa
N., care thls offlce.
A LADY OF REFINEMENT DESIRES
a posltion as companlon, or to teach
amall chlldren Engll3h and Music. Mlss
I. X. ADAMS, eare Carrler No. 1, Pe?
A LADY WITH -EVERAL, YEARS' EX
perlcnce In hotel as housekeeper and
linen-room wlsh a posltion ln a hotel
as housekeeper or ln a llnen-room; can
glve. the very best references; no ob?
jectlon to leavlng the clty or State. Ad?
dress Mlss L. X H., care thls office.
ROOMS WANTED. "
LADY WANTS A WE-L-FURNISHED
apartment at onco; must have good
llght and bo cen'tral; no chlldren. Ad?
dress PROMPT PAY. thls offlce._
WANTED. BY LADY AND SON. TWO
second-floor ROOMS, wlth atrlotly flrst
class board. Address Mra, "M.," care
WANTED. A NIC_H_Y FURNISHED
front ROOM for a young married couplo:
West End proferred; state locatlon _nd
prlce. MELVILLE, care tbls offlce.
WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD FOR
self and wlfe; weat of Fourth Street,
south of Broad; state terms and loca?
tlon o?_room. Addresa C.?4. care thls
FOR RENT?HOTEL BEL AIR?" BBa'
son of 1S03. One of the most successful
summer resorts ln Vlrglnlaj well fur'
nlshed. Addresa YODER & SFBSSARD,
Now Caatle, Va.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
WANTBD, OCCUPANTS FOR ROOMS,
wlth nr-t-cln-B table board; KiS West
Oraoe Btreet. _.
WANTED, TO RBNT ROOMS ON 8BC
ond and thlrd IloOr at 612 W. Clraco
WANTBD, OCCUPANTS Fon TWO OR
threa furnished ROOMS, wlth board', a
room alwaya for translents; 2C1 Eaat
WANTED, TO RENT TO GENTLEMEN,
two furnished front ROOMS, near Thlrd
and Franklln Streets. Address L., care
house can aoeommodate two gentlemen,
also table boarders; good board at mod?
erate terms; 315 E. Cary._
ONE OR TWO REFINKr7~FAMJLIES,
dealrlng to leavo Richmond for tho
cprlng and aummor, can secure pleas?
ant accommodatlons and good board by
applylng to Mrs. W. O. SALTSMAN,
Park Street, Charlottesvllle, Va. Ref?
erences axchanged. -
FOR SALE-BARRED-ROCK EGGS. 15
for $1. Addresa Mrs. A. C. AI?LE
MONGE, Maplowood, Va.
FOR SALD-CHBAF, FOR CASH, WOOD.
Pine, por half cord, $2.75: mlxod, nor half
cortl, J2.90; Oak, per half I cord, $3.00.
WEST-END WOOD YARD; 'phone 3411.
FOR SALE?THE RIGHT TO SELL MY
publlo Sanltary Cuspldor ln Vlrglnla;
. $1,000. Address S. H. DUNCAN, Chatta
WANTED. TO SELL 2 2-HORSE
Trucks, i second-hand, Richmond madt
Phaeton, socond-hand grocery wagon.
Como qulck for bargalns. B. O. BR18
TOW, No. 19 South Flftecnth Street
$1,200 BUY- I/BASE, GOOD-WILL,
stock and flxtures of ono of the nloest
Hotels ln State, clearfng $3,000 year;
?eat bargaln; must sell, good reason.
? .VILLB DANIELS, thls offlce.
FOR SALE?A PROSPEROUS. WBLL
? tabliahefl business ln ono of the best
locatlons in Rlehmond for $7,500: thor?
ough lnvestlgatlon sollcited; retlrlng
from business on account of poor health.
Address RARB''t>PFORTUXlTY, caro
WE OFFER AT FRTVATE SALE THB
followlng handsomo Antlque Mahogany
Tables: I Large Tilttng Llbrary Table,
claw feet; 1 FOldlrig Card Table, claw
feet; 1 Drop-Leaf Tea Tablo, brass foet;
also 1 Mahogany Ladles' Dosk. MAY O'S
AUCTION HOUSE, No. 1105 East Maln
FOR SALE?SEVERAL NO. C REMING
ton. No. 2 Smith's Premler, Densmoro.
Callg'raph and Yost Typewriters: also
large stock of second-.hand Machlnes.
ranglng ln prlce from $15 to $65. THE
BURLOCIC TYPEWRITER OFFICE,
712 Eaat Maln. x
WE HAVE AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW
Homo-mado Wagons, nlso good second
hand Wagons, new single Trucks, new
Dayton.i several second-hand Phaetons
and Surrys, Dalry Wagons, heavy
Carts, sultable for haullng coal; palnt
lng and repalrlng promptly dono.
RIOHARDSON BROS., 613 and (ilo Brook
Avenue. - 'P.hono 1407.
$4,000 WILL BUY PLANING MILL AND
SAW-MILL, controlllng box, hogshead
and lumber buslnoss of Important town
and county; proflt $2,500 yearly; 111
health reason for solllng. Address, by
letter, B. D. G., Room 37 Tlmes-Dla
Appl? 219 South Thlrd Streot.
WANTED, FLAT OF THREE FURNISH
ed rooms; connected preferred; must bo
centrally located. Address Box 652, clty.
WANTED. BUYERS FOR FARMS, SU
burban and City Homes: low prices,
easy terms. THE VA. LAND AGENCY,
909 E. Maln.
WANTED, TO RENT A STORE BE
tween Brook Avenue and Second Stroet;
elther slde. Address CAPITOL, care
WANTED, ABOUT SOO FEET WROUGHT
Iron or Galvanized, % or 1 Inch water
plpe; second hand; must bo cheap. Ad?
dress PIPE, caro thla offlce._?
WANTED. TO BUY, AT ONCE, 200 SEC
ond-hand Foldlng Chalrs. Address
CHAIR8, oaro thls offlce._
WANTED, ALL ODD-FELLOWS BE
tween 21 and 55 years to apply for Twen
tleth Century Comblnatton Beneflt Cer
tlflcate ln the Fratornal Rellef Asso?
clatlon; no dues or death aaaessments;
sample copies of appllcatlon and certl
flcate forwarded to any Odd-Fellow upon
request, addressed to the FRATBRNAL
RELIEF ASSOCTATION, Richmond,
Va, _ -
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ES
tata; 409 Eaat Broad._
WHO TUNED YOUR PIANO7 \VHY.
FERGUSSON BROS., 11 West Broad,
of oourse. They guarantee thelrwork.
WANTBD, DEAD OR ALTVE? ANIMALS
moved from all parta; ? no ohargo.
BIOKERSTAFF; 'phone 339S.
WANTED. EVERY MAN THAT WEARS
a shlrt to lenow that the placo to havo
them mndo Is at BISIIOP'S, tho Shlrt
Bulldor, 702 E. Maln._
BNTEUTAINMENTB FURN18HED FO?
.benofltii of churehes. lodgos, soclotlcs,
'otc, by tho DANIELS ENTERTAIN
MENT BUREAU, Profosslonal or Am*
atotir talent. No, 627 East Broad St.
FREE-OAS RANOEB PUT IN FREE.
Tho Jowel Gas Range Is tho bost
ln tho world j largest factory In tho
world; a posltlvo guaranteo with eaoh
rango, nnd wo defy'cotnp'otltlon and con
tradlctlon. HARRIS HARDWARB CO?
409 East Broad, Agontn.
earnlng powor hy uslng tho Ollver
Standard Vlsablo Wrlter. Freo prac
tlco room at our offlee; ma-hlnea rotuefl
on fnlr torms. SOUTHERN STAMP &
DON'T THROW YOUR OLD PAPERfl
away, I buy them: also rags, motals,
bottles, otc. D. H. HEY, 733 East Cary.
WANTED. 500 BOYS AND( MEN TQ
koop tholr bost glrls or wlves ln good
' humor by feedlng them on our best?the
old fnshfoned Ttallon Crdam Chooolates;
<1nlv at MARCHETT1 BROS.* STORES,
900 East Maln ond 617 East Broad.
**? PUPILS PREPARED
?? VAUDEVILLE STAOB
627 EAST BROAD.
THE MOST COMPLETE SCHOOL
FREE HALFSOLING: CUT OUT THIS
advertlsement, brlng It to us and pay
cash for a pair of our Ouaranteed 13.69
i 8HOBS nnd we wlll -halfsolo them when
needed frea of charge, or If tho uppors
breaUt through beforo tho flrst soio
wears out. wlll glvo you a now pair
lnstead. DREW ELECTRIC POWER
BHO.E FACTORY, No, 716 Eaat Maln Bt.
HOME-M ADE CARAMELS AT
KAEMPF'S. _\*__ _,
THE GIRLS ARB PRETTY, THE Q1^.8
are swoet, but they llke the dollclotis
phosphates of every flavor at T-I-S
FOUNTaIN," 000 East Maln._
SC. AND 10C. BUYS POPULAR STAND
ard 50o. and 75c. Sheet Muslo at FER
GUS3QN BROS.', 11 West Broad.
poultry' fencing at lowest
prices at 409 .Eaat Broad._.
CASH TO LOAN Gn"c"-TY RBAL ES
tate; 400 East Broad.
STRONG HOREHOUND DROPS, GOOD
for a cold. at KAEMPF'S. _
WANTED, LE8SONS ON PIPE ORO-AN
from good teaoher, with liso of prgan
to practice. Address X, Y. Z., this of?
BASE-BALL SEASON JS HERE. HAR?
RIS HARDWARE CO.. 409 EaSt Broad.
just received large stock Base-Balls,
Bats. Masks, Gloves, etc, etc._
WANTED, YOU TO KNOW THE BEST
place in Richmond to got a perfect fit
tlng shlrt ls BISHOPS, the Shlrt
Bulldor, 702 E. Maln._
PAX COMFORTER NO. 2 LBADS; CUR
lng Cough when others fail; every bottle
warranted. Found at A. BODEKER
BROTHERS, 800 West Marshall and 2303
East Maln. ________
WANTED-PUPILS PREPARED FOR
Stage (dramatie or vaudevllle), Slnglng
and Danclng. Oratory, Elocutlon and
Physical Culture; Stammerlng and Stut
terlng positively and permanontly oured
DANIELS' SCHOOL OF VOICE AND
PHYSICAL CULTURE, 627 East Broad.
(Prlvato theatre In conneotlon.)_
DANIELS' METHOD OF DEEP
breathlng and Physical Culture
strengthens the lungs, givao action
to tho heart and ls nature's greatest
blood purlfler and nerve tonlo. Tho
requlslto of a long llfe Ir deep breath?
lng and a stralght back.1 Evory pp
pll attendlng DANlBLS' Large School
has INCREASBD THEIR CHEST
EXPANSION FROM 3 TO 5 8-4 IN?
CHES. Informatlon and reference fur
nlshed on applicatlon. No. 627 East
SCOTCH KISSEB. HAVE YOII TRIED
them? KAEMPF'S, 110 N. Nlnth Street.
FERGUSSON BROS. fll WEST BROAD)
are selllng all lato popular gtandard 50c.
and 76o. Bheet Muslo at 5o. and 10a
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT ALL
our ropalrlng of watches, olocks and
jewelry Is fully guaranteed. SMITH
& WEBSTER. 626 E. Maln Btreet.
WANTED, CLARA. KATIE AND ALL
the rest of the glrls to tell thelr beBt
fellows to buy our old fashloned Itailan
Cream Chocolates; best ln the .clty.
MARCHETTI BROS., two stores, 906 E,
Maln and. 617 E. Broad,_
No blanks ln Tho Tlmes-Dispatch want
columns. Evory ad. brlngs results.
AWNINGS,.TENTS AND FLAQS.
LET UB MAKE YOU i'l XwNING S NOW
and pul? them up whon you aro ready:
window awnlngs mado all sl7,os. Just
'nhono 2142 and wo wlll call nnd glve os
tlmatos. J. ROSS JONES & BRO., 902
BICYCLES AND Re'pAIRS.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, RENlC
exchnnge or have a blcyclo reDalrod call
on JOE BICKERSTAFF Thete ls only
otie JOB and only one storo?1803 E
-? y_a__ :-, _______- ;:
BOOKBINDINQ AND PRINTINQ.
WANTED, FORB-I.AlVv; PA^tPH?ET
room. S. B. ADKIN8 & CO., No. 6
WAKE UP IN TIME.-SCHEER'S
ALARM CLOCKS, the boat mado, for
$1; guaranteed for one year. A
SCHEER, Jowcler. No. 1665 East Main
Stroet, orpoflltp Old Markot.
SPECIALS-POLKA ROLLS, WELL
flllcd Croam Ptiffs, Snow Balla, Jolly
Rolla, fllled wlth tho flnost currant
Jolly. 'Phone ln your order, "wlll be
Johnny on tho upot." E. PERKINSON,
Baker, 421 N. Slxth Street.
FRBSH CANDIES EVERY HOUR AT
KAEMPF'S, 110 N. Nlnth Streot. Have
you over trlod them?_'
f<-r sale bargains!
FOR SALE-^FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Oo-Carts at reduced prices; old ones
taken In part payments for new; also
great reductloii ln Baskets, thls weok
only. OLD DOMINION WILLOW &
RATTAN WORKS, 400 North Seventh
FRANKLIN HOTJSE. '
I3TH AND FRANKLIN, OVERLOOKING
Capltol Squaro. Board. small alnglo
rooma, '$3,60 por week? largor rooms, $4
per woek; worklng girls, $2.60 and $3
por week. Lodglng and meals a spoclal
ty. Office open day and nlg.ht; 'phono
2655; oapaclty, 60
KAEMPF'S CANDIES BELL 'PHONE
634. _'? '
6C. AND 10C. BUYS POPULAR STAND
ard 50e. and 75c. Sheet Muslo at'FER
G-UaSON BROS, U West Broad._\
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY
repalred and warranted. A. SCHEER,
Jeweler, No. 1555 East Maln Streot,. op
poslte Old Market. \
YOU WILL NEVER WEAR A READY
made shirt aftor havlng one made,to
order at BISHOP'S, tho Shirt Burider,
,703 East Maln.
?THB GIRLS ARE PRETTY, THE GIRLS
aro swoot, but they liko the dellclous
phosphates of every flavor at "THB
FOUNTAIN," 000 East Maln. ._
THE CARBON STUDIO, NO. 107 EAST
Broad Street, has no Interest or con
nectlon with any othor photograph bus?
iness In Richmond, except at thls num?
bor. Here alwaya can be , found every?
thlng up-to-date and flrst-olass ln tho
portralt llno. ?
MEN'S STTITB AND OVERCOATS,
BOYS' BU1TS AND OVERCOATS
EXACTLY J* FftlCB
6SC. BUYS 11.60 MONARCH SHIS/T
OR A $1.50 ECLIPSE SHIRT.
25C. BUYS A 50C. SHIRT.
$1, $1.60. $2 HATS FOR 76a
SAM-L B. DUGGIN9,
2 WEST BROAD ST.
WANTEd7 THE PUBLIC TO KNOW*
we havo Cabs for hlre, day and nlght,
JAMES M'DONOUQH, No. ltf North
Blghteonth Stroet, 'phone Nos. 361 ana
EGGS FOR HATCHING, 1NCUBATORB.
Poultry- Foods, Louso Powder end
Roup Cure, FANCIERS' SUPPLY CO.,
Nos. 517-810 WoHt Broad Street. ,
-__ l . ,:_. .7J"?
PLUMBING AND, TINNING.
vo your plumblni
rornptly and 8tov4[
C, H. COSBY. 423
Street. You can ha...
and tlnnlng dowe prornptly
ropftlrod. Old 'phone 2736. ___
SAVE MONEY BY BUYINO YOU_|.
WOOD at H. 3. URBAN'S. Sawod plne^
14.60 and $5.75; oak wood. $G. Bowo an*
Marshall Streets. Old 'phone 1320.
. '--?'?? .' ????'.?_.? ??:?:?r* ?
600 SOLID GOLD PLAIN AND SET
RINGS from $1.23 up. ^Goldftllec.
Watchea from $8.50 up. A._ SCHEER,
No. 1555 Eaat Maln Stroot, opposlto Old
Market. _ U"-*nHt
$8.00 FOR HALF CORD SDASONBD. v
sawed Oak Wood; $2.23 to $3.00 for hal_. ?>
cord seosoned Pino Wood, dollvered. Seo
or 'phono J. B. LACY._
6TORAGE ROOM. '
FOR CHEAP AND ' DRY STORAGB
room' apply to ^Rlchardson & Chap-.
pell, No. 601 West Maln Streot (BelvN,
', dare Bulldlng). _._ <
DON'T WEAR RUBBER SHOES. CAU_?';r
? Ing the feet to sweat; have your shoos
wholesoled with rubber soles for ?.?*l;-.
wlll keep off rheumatlsm and savedocj
tors' bllls. Our rubhor soles are sevred
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A PITIFUL CASE
Interestlng Letter of Dr. Bled
soe to Hls Brother
The recoptlon of hpmoless chlldren at
the Methodist Orphanage continues. Lost
treek three llttlo ones from Lynchburg
came ln. Almost overy week thoy come
and more ar* expeoted vory shortly.
One partlci^i^iy Interestlng oaao la be?
fore Superlntendent Martin, lt la ex?
plalned ln the followlng, whloh Is a por?
tlon of a letter to Dr, J, Wlley Blodsoe,
from hia brothor, Dr, P.'Blodsoe, a phy?
tlclan of Hanover:
"My Dear Brothor,?I write hurrlodly
to Interest you in behalf of two eprlghtly
orph'an girls, whose father (niy pationt)
dled a fow days ago of pnenmonla, It
was aad to look upon hlm breathlng hia
last, hls wlfe, a. physlcal and niontaj
wraclc, wlth her faoe closely presaed up
agalnst his, in hia dylng moiuonta, an
Infant at her _reaat end the two llttlo
girls, ono flvo and tho othor four years
of ?go, sad of faco and poorly olad, lln?
gering around watchlng for the Jast
breath of one whoso ' dally labor was
thelr only support. Tlie good people of
tlionelghborhood woro klnd and attentlvo;
>dld all thoy could to comfort thom, anrt
are stlll aupplylng thelr dully wants. I
y,-aa to seo them to-day. Thoy Ara Joft
ponniless and unproteotod?uo monoy, no
friends or relatlves, who are abla to help
them, '-T1? mother belonga to the Meth?
odist Church (Centenary Cliuvoh, Busaex
county, af Jarrett'a Station, Petersburg
Rallroad). Tho baby la alxteen montha
old. Do you thlnk lt ia poaaible to got
tho two oldest. or all three of them,
homes in the Methodist Orphanage any
time during tho next two montha ? If
so, please let me know -? soon _s po?sl
ble. I write to you because I want your
inttuenca la thls upecial aasi. I have
given them my tlmo nnd exposed mysolf
ln wot and oold, besldes contrlbutlng ot
my means to rellevo thelr nesds. Help
them, my dear brothor, if posslblo, for I
feel they aro worthy and needy. - Thoy
camo to this seotlon about six months
ago, and havo no rolatlvcs' nearer than
Sussox, with whom wo have been ln cor
respondence. They nro unablo to do any?
thlng for thom, old and dope,ndent as
they aro reprosented to be."
\Snap Shots Vaken
Sn Jfotel Mobbies
Formor Judgo James W. Marshall, of
Cralg county, who was a promlnent fler
nre In tho rocont Constltutlonal Conven?
tlon, ls In tho clty, end was at Murphy's
last nlght. Tlio popular mountaln stateB
man has allowed hls board to grow con
sldorably sinco he was last ln Rlohmond,
and when lt was suggestod to hlm last
nlght thut tho prollflo crop of chln wlils
?ors ho waa wearlng nad boon stlmnlated
by tho fresh mountaln bree.es. of Cralg,
Judge Marshall drawlofl out: "I liavon t
had any tonsorlal performancos on my
pwan-llko neoU for some tlme." ihe
frlonds of Judge Marshall will urgo hlm
to stand for Congress ln tlio Nlnth Dls?
trlct at tho noxt eleollon.
Captaln Rlcliard~iT* Purks, famlllarly
known to hls friends hero as tho "Game
Coels from Pago," lu at Murphy's. Cap?
taln Parks wouid not say positively
whether or not ho wouid becomo a candi?
date ror tho Leglslature thls fail, but
said lf ho ran for olthor hauna lt wouid
be for the Senate ln the now dlstrlat com
posod of tho countles of Clarke, 'Page and
Warron. Purtpg hls long aepvico ln tho
House Captaln Pitrks was lookofl upon as
one of tho ablest leaders of tnat body.
Hon. Allon Cap.rton Braxton, of Au
r-'tita; Judgo Johll P- Horaley and Messrs.
J. %,. Leo and J. Tinsley Coleman- *f
WnoUburi't were awvcg' jhe ftfottngylsiMJ
guests seen ln tha lobby at Murphy.
Vlrglnlans here last nlght wara:
Murphy's?J. Slngleton DJgga, Lynoh
burg; M. M. Hardy, WarwtoK; C?. T. Shop
perd, Norfolk; E. L. Thornhlll, Lyndh*
burg; Dr. and Mrs, A. B. Evana, Churoh
Vlew; W. B. Ltvexey, Newport Newsj L.
C Berkeley, Jr., Danvllle; George W.
Mlles, RadforeV; J. T. Coleman, Lynchburg;
R. S. Parks, Luray; J. M. Dunaway,
Marion; _,. S. Foster, Wllllamsuurg.
New Ford's?J. T. Laoy, Bcottaburg; J.
D. Fauntleroy, Evlngton; W. C, Soott,
Drake's Branohi J. C, Carrlngton, Char
lotte; I_ E. Wllllams, Klng Willlam.
Lexlngton?V. I*. Fowlkes, South Boa?
Tho flrst county conventlon of tha
Woman'a Chrlstlan Temperanoo Unlon
of Honrlco wlll be held at tho Lolgli
Street Baptlat Churoh to-morrow morn?
lng, begtnnlng at 10 o'clook. Tliero wlll
bo a mornlng and an afternoon aesalon.
It ls expected that all tho unlons wlll
bo ropresentcd. Mr. and Mra. Howarq
M. Hoge wlll be present, us wlll alao
'Mrs. M. W. Nowton, Stato organl.er,
Senator Ople's Condltion, ,
Tlio condltion of Senator J. N. Ople
remains unchanged. ? Ho is at the Ra
treat for the Slck, under tho treatment
of Dr. George Ben Johnston. He waa
takon ta tho Retreat booause the Old
Domlnlon, whlch ls Dr. Johnston'a hos
pltal, was full of patlents,
Colonel Mlles ls Here.
Colonol Georjro W. Mlles, who has
been mentloned wlth tho prealdenoy of
tho Universlty Ot Vlrglnla, ll o.t Mur^
phy's Hotel. _^^
To wln sudcess advartlae ln The Tlme*.
Dispatch want ads. column*. ?
/ R?ad Tlm*a?f>i8patchiwant *&*?
Read to-day's want ads. and succosg
is yours 1
HERALD ON THE
It Says Rellglous Papers Are
Watchlng the Matter Very
Tha Rellglous Herald, of thls clty, la
th* flrat of the local flenomlnatlonal
weekllea to make any dollveranoe upon
the Campbell affair. It says In Its Issue
Of thls woek:
"It seems to us that tho Vlrglnla press,
aeouiar and rellglous, has been vory pru
d?nt during tho lnvestigatlon of Judge
Campboll, whlch hns for weeks been pro
coedlng before a committoo of tho House
of Doiegatos. Ho fnr aa we havo seen,
they have refruliicU from comment on
the evidence or on tho oonduot of the
case by the committoo. Manlfeatly, thoro
was a dlsposftlon to trust to the Integ
rlty of the commltteo aml to loave them
to reaoh thelr roncluslons unlnteriupt
edly. Tho committee Is nbout to ooncluilo
Ita labora, and, >t the forocust of the
alert roporters ls nceurale, a good ma?
jorlty wlll favor removal, whilo the re
malnder of tho ootnniltteo will favor a
vote of otnsure. lt is not thought that
any member of tho commltteo wlll vote
"It is not our present purpose to enter
upon the dlscunsioii pf the mattor. Wo
wlah sitnply to oorrect nny mlsfipprehen
slon whlch may exlst conoerning the con?
tinued allonoo of rellglous JournnlB (cer
tatnly of thls Journal) on the Issue ln
volved. Whloh has so serious rnoral slgni
flcanoe. Ttiere ls no wanlng of intarast
in.thla notorlous matter on tho part of
our OQnetltuer.cy. Tbat portlon of the
pltlienshln of thln old Commonwealth
wlth whleh we are b??t acqualntod have
tha profoundest lmaraat ln tha laauo.
They -ra not noisy about lt, bepause th*y
wlsh to be thoroughly rospcoUui to the
Leglslature; but they are watchlng with
keen nnd unwearled attention tho course
Tho Herald also oontalns a brlof odlto
rlal along the llno of tho Light sensation
aonoornlng the InstltutlonB of.learning ln
th? State. Tho Horald deolarea that cer?
taln sentences ln tho recent article ln tho
Central Presbytorlan on the subject
"leave us ln the fog. The Central Pres?
byterian rathor shades us up agwln, and
what we neod'ls "moro light."
FOR TORRENS SYSTEM
Colonel John 'AV, Rlchardson, Reglstor
of tho Land Offlco, ls ln favor of tho
Torrens system for rcglstorlng land.
Whllo Colonol Rlchardson ls suro tlio
new plan wouid not affect hls depart?
ment, yot he belleves It wouid bo a
good thing for all partlos concorned. In
dlscusslng tho subjoct lost nlght, Colo?
nel Rlchardson sald;
As far as I havo been able to Inves
ttgato tho Torrons syatem, 11 thlnk lt
wlll very groatly slmpllfy the abstrao
tion of land tltles and save much cost
and worry to tho grantor, as .well as
to tho grantoe, and groatly facllltute
the sulo nnd transfer of renl estato,
I am not ndvlsed ao to tho cost of
putting thls system lnto oporatlon, but
am satlsfled that Its value to land
owners wlll Justlfy conslclerablo cost and
labor, ln that It wlll enablo both grantor
and granteo qulokly and with compara
tlvely (to prosont condltlons ln many
cnses) no expenso to arrlvo at the valld
Ity of tltlos. Thls system, as 1 undor
stand lt, wlll ln no way affect the opera
tlons of the Land Offlpo, as grants ls
Biiod thorefroin aro original ancl clear
tltles from tho Commonweolth of Vir?
COL. MEADE HASKINS
wiix W THE MAN
lt l. sald that tho Derooorats of tho
countles qT Amolla and Nottoway will
unAnlmously nornlnate Colonol Meade
Ha-ltfns, formorly of thla clty, but now
of Blaokstono, to succced Congrcssman
Southall ln tho Houso of Dologatcs.
Colonel Hasklns ls widely known hero
as lawyor and Democratlo leader, and
wlll bo a promlnent member of the Leg
Thlrty candldates wlll ho tnltlated at
tho maetlng of Shockoe Councll, No. 605,
Royal Aroanum, to be held to-nlght at
tho Masonlo Templo.
Tho roport with reference to tho enter
talnmont ln colebratlon of tho eightoenth
annlversary of tho councll, whloh wlll
bo glven nt Belvldere Hall March 2,1th,
wlll he recolved. Mr, W. T, .Dabney, now
aorvlng hla second term as rogont, wlll
bo prosonted with a past regent's Jewel,
CHURCH HIIXW. C. A.
AND ITS NEW HOME
A called meotlng of tho Church Hlll
branoh of tho W, 0, A. wlll be held at
thelr home, No, 2803 East Frankiln Stroet,
thla afternoon atfejf-Pa9t * o'olock. A
commlttee from tWiy_pthsr home wlll
meet with thom for the purposo of docld
lng doflnltoly ln regard to purchasing
a homo for tho work on tho Hlll.
?All who foel Interested in thls work
In any way aro urerently requestcd to
bo presont on thls occaslon.
Miss Roosevelt on Her Way Home.
(Br AfJOcl-ted Presu.)
NEW ORLEANS, LA., March 4.-_l!ss
Altcte Roosevelt and Mlss Root. who havo
boen vlsltlng thls olty during the past two
woeks, left to-day for Wuslitngton.
Everybody's ftvorlto?Tho Tlmos-Dli
patoh want ada, Why? Becauso they
noW fail to brlng results ?ud supply .11
Tho rooognlzod want suppller Of the
South?Tlmes-Dispatch want ad*.
WILL ASK THEM TO
Sald That Lee Camp Wlll In-!
vlte Two Senators to
When the matter of placing a ?tat_.
of Genoral Roberf H. Leo in the Capltol
at Washington, and. when tho blll oama
up to provlde for a alte for a _ttE?;"",ot
Genoral J. EJ. B. Stuart ln the Cp tol
Squaro grounds wore discussed lraf; he
Senato, two of tho youngest Ben?; ra
mado groat speeches. Thoy wero Mes|r_.
J', Boyd Sears, of Mathews, and Don' P?
Halaey. of Lynchburg. ...
These sons of Confederate veterana
mado auoh an lmpronslon upon thelr au*
dlences, lt Is understood, that oaoh wlll
bo asked to make an addresa before La*
lf tho lnvitatlon ls e*tend'ed and olr
cunistances wlll permlt ot acceptanca,
tho members of tha oamp wlll enjoy a
treat, and nearly all tha membora of th*
Leglslatura wlll be thera.
WILL TAKE PRINCESS'
CHILD FROM HER
("y Attootatad Frcai.)
BERUN, Matoh *.?The 'OJokaUiv
seiger'.' thla mornlng annoupoea that
itH soon aa tho chlld of Crown Prln?
cess Loulsa of Saxony ahall have be?n
born, It wlll bo lmmedlately dMlvered to i
a ropre-onu-ttvo of the royal Sa_on fam?
lly, who ls now at Lhidau. The Crown
Prlncess has agread to ihis, and tn ro?
turn wlll ba allowed to ae? her chlldierv
ocoaslonally, though only on tn* _xpr??*
condltion that ahe must uot aa* or cor*
respond wlth Glron.