At the Theatres This Week
CM PIKE THEATRE.
LI BIX THEATRE.
Rome HIJou Fenturen.
For this week the vaudeville fea?
tures at the HIJou are said to excel
the opening; week's attractions, and
Include Gilbert Lossec, "The Man With
Three Volct-B;" Gordon and Barber,
man and woman. In a dainty athletic
and musical novolty. anc Cook. Kcar
n< y & Co., in the one-act comedy, "A
Mixed Affair." Thu latter act 1b tho
feature, and comeB highly recommend?
A new and popular true hit, appro?
priately Illustrated, will be sung by
Carl Oarrett. The new klnemacolor
pictures will include a cleverly acted
drama. "Carnival at N!ce. 1312," and
"Animal and Bird Studien," an educa?
One performance Is given In the af?
ternoon at 1 o'clock. In the evening
the performances are continuous from
7:30 to 10:45. The; policy of "come
When you p|,-ase, and atuy as long, as
you like" will he continued, regardless
of the crowds.
At the f oionlnl.
The program that Wllmer, Vincent
end Well? have arranged for the
Colonial this week will have as Its
underlined feature the "Three Muske?
teers." an act that ha? creattd a riot of
fun wherever It has happened to play.
They term their stunt t. singing tra
TU!; HOLD SWOHTHS,
At the Colonial thin ivrck.
vesty, but it really is said to be mure
One of the claasiest jt singing and
Instrumental acts I? to be offered by
MISS BELLE RORnOX,
"The Athlrll? f.frl." nt the HIJou thl? week.
Week June 24.
King Laugh's Here
A Melodious Revelation,
5 Musical Girls
America's Premier Organization of
The Ventriloquist's Dream.
Chas. & Ada Latham
In the Comedy, "Nobody's Kid."
Russell & Gray
A Comedy in Forty Shrieks.
Saunders & Cameron
Scenic. Juggling Novelty.
Week June 24th.
HALL & HALL
World's Most Perfert Men in an
Art of Great Educational
PICTURES THE VERY BEST.
The Dainty Song?tre-s from Melo?
Gaumont's Weekly Review.
Freeman & Fiske
The Boy and Girl in Nifty Non?
The Pictures Change Every
1 FEATURE ACTS ELITE 1
0 VAUDEVILLE. O
1 REELS WORLD'S BEST 1
O MOTION PICTURES. O
The Big Show?The Small Price
? A- CHILDREN AT C ^
1UC MATINEES. DC
5c -BIJOU -10c
Richmond's Coolest Theatre
Come Early Week June 24th Always Crowded
Gordon & Cook, Kearney Gilbert
Barber i??; Lossee
Dainty Athletic ' The Laughin* Hil f Triple Voice
Musical Novelty "A Mixed Affair" Marvel
Another Dandy Show? You Bet!
"A Brave Attempt at Suicide," Is the
ludicrous title attached to the ottering
to be presented by hocKhart and Eed
dy. They are comedy acrobats, and
their particular style of rouarh-and
tiimble nonsense will be entirely new.
Whimsical humorlsms. catchy song
t-nd some very clever dancing will
make up the turn of the Weslyn Trio.
A kind of act that seldom ever tails
to make good Is to be presented by !
Tojette and Bennett?a dancing feature.
Photolifc events that are humorous
nnd extremely interesting, will be
i' tied off by the Coloniagraph to round
cut the bill.
\l the Empire.
Another big act hss been booked for
the Empire this week. The name of
this ac t, "The Five Mtislkal Glris," is
Indicative of Its particular type. Every
member of this aggregation Is a musi?
A ventriloquist who has a number
Ol new novelties in hi* stunt, will be
seen in the person of T.iford. Tilford
Is a youngster only In appearance, for,
he Is said to have the wealth of ex?
perience, and to be one of the most:
able In his line.
diaries and Ada Eat ham will offer;
a character comedy sketch, which, It!
is mi id. will prove itself a positive:
Neatness Is always one of the catchy
features of a vaudeville act, and it Is I
for this reason that Russell and Gray
should r>'a<h the- proper spot or appre?
ciation from the first. They will offer
comedy, sir.gltm and dancing.
Juggling mts there ?ri> In plenty,
but It is said that few of them can
compare with that of Saunders and
Cameron. They carry nearly four tons
ot their own special scenic equipment
EDITH B. SWAN,
I of the Musical Girls, nt the Empire thin
Week June 24.
Blazing Joy's Trail
Monarchs in Fun Realm,
In an Original Comedy Military
A Musical Novelty.
A Riot of Laughter and Song.
Tosette & Bennett
Lockhart & Leddy
A Brave Attempt at Suicide.
Amateurs Friday?Week End
JOHN P. McGUIRE, Principal.
Opposite Monroe Park, - - - -
Forty-eighth session opens September 18. Certificate admits to advanced standing at University
of Virginia. Each boy has constant Individual attention. Classes small. The average number in each
class last year was eight.
At University of Virginia boys prepared here received eight degrees in 1907: seven degrees In 1908; five
degrees in 1909; five degrees in 1910; four degrees in 1911 and four degrees In 1912. Only experienced uni?
versity men engaged In Upper School. Lower School with separate rooms and instruction for little boys.
All teachers give the whole of their time to the work of this school.
Professor Fitz Hugh, of University of Virginia,
writing August 16. 1909, says: "McGuire's University
School is one of the very finest types of Southern private
schools for preparation for collccr. and stand?, to-day in
the very prime of its working efficiency. The student*
from McGuire's arc uniformly su< c cssful in the Latin
classes at the University. I tan recommend this .school
Prof. Echols, of the U. Va., writing August 20. 19D0,
says.: "Especially in mathematics have the boys from
McGuire's distinguished themselves at the University.
exhibiting a careful and thorough preparation which has
made them marked men in the classes.
"During the past ten years no less than forty-five hav e
been entered front the school directly into the senior
bachelor of arts course in mathematics, and their uniform
success in this course speaks in unmistakable terms of
the thoroughness of their preparation.
"It is one of the few schools in Virginia in^which the
old-time thoroughness of preparation is carefully main,
Dr. .1. M. Page, Professor of Mathematics and Dean of the University of Virginia, writing September
15, 1909, says: "For about ten years It has been my duty to pass upon the preparation of students entering
the University, and it is only fair to say that in no case have I found that a student entering with the
McGuire recommendation proved later to be deficient in the subjects for which he was recommended.
. . . I have no hesitation In saying that any parent should consider himself most fortunate who has
the opportunity to enter his son at McGuire's."
and juggling- paraphernalia, and their I
act is said to be very elaborately
Animated discussion <?'. the happen?
ings in photolife, both dramatic and;
humorous, will be the uf!e.?:ng by th?j
Chance of policy at Labia.
i The management of ... e Lubln Thea- ?
1 Ire announces that beginning to-mor- |
row there will go Into effect a ncwi
! policy in the picture lepartmenl. In- I
i stead of changing pictures twice a!
week as has been the custom, there |
will be three-complete changes a week. |
Gaumont's weekly review of current'
1 events will replace the popular Pathe's j
Weekly. Happenings of a week pre
\ vlous will be shown.
i The vaudeville propra m for this
, week promises to be exceedingly in?
teresting and entertaining The fca
; ture attraction will be Nelson Hall
and Broti.er, who arc regarded as the
world's most perfect men from a physl
I can standpoint. They will give an ex
ca] standpoint. They will give an ex?
hibition of (treat educational value.
' and especially to those interested in
Miss Helen Bell will be another at
I traction. Her songs are live and
Walter Freeman and Miss Rebe Fiske I
i In a lot of nonsense will offer an act
of real merit. They feature tbe latest
Continuous performance!) will be
i given each afternoon and night.
CO OPERATION IN
(Continued Fro.m First Page.)
thing to me. The company known as
Garien City Heights. Incorporated,
and of which O. A. Richardson Is
general manager, has purchased about
S00 acres of good gardening land be?
tween this city and Petersburg con?
venient to the electric railway llnu,
and also two steam roads, and It Is
proposed to Inaugurate there one acre
gardens to be run on a kind of co?
operative plan, which plan Is, so far
as I know or'glnal with Mr. Richard?
How It May Work.
An expert In gardening has been
engaged and he will employ skilled
laborers to work with him. The
gardens will each contain one acre
and will be set and planted In fruits,
berrlea and vegetable crops. One
lourth of an acre on each place will
be utied as a chicken "run." and will
be equipped with a house for two or
three dozen hens. The owner of a
garden will have the privilege of
pasturing one cow free, a general
pasture and dairy building complying
with all the Mate and city restric?
tions, being a very Important feature
of the system.
The co-operatr.rs or owners of I
gardens will not be rcemlred to do any
work or bo put to any trouole what- j
soever in connection with planting |
and cultivating or in the harvesting
of the crops. An expert poultry grow.
ci will give the chickens on each
place nil necessary attention.
The plans contemplate the gather?
ing of the vegetables and berries
early in the morning. packing In
spec'ally prepared baskets, which will
also carry eggs, chickens, butter und
etc., and delivering right at your door
every day, or two or three times a
week, as may be desired.
Other* Mny Follow.
It is freely predicted that the. plans
will prove a success and that many
other gardening co-operative socie?
ties will he organized.
It is said that this plan, while new
In America, has long been practiced
in European countries, particularly
around London. Pails, and other large
? ities. The successful operation of
this co-operative system means that
the city people may enjoy all the ad?
vantages of ecomony In table supply
cost, vouchsafed, those who live in
towns where an acre garden, poultry
yard and cow pasture are a part of
each home. The money saved by the
method is the first consideration, of
course, but the housewife will ap?
preciate fully the extra quality of
the fresh crisp fruits and vegetables,
which will be gathered from the gar?
dens early In the morning and deliver?
ed at the city home door an hour or
It May Pay Profits.
The originators of the plan for co?
operative gardening claim that, esti?
mating upon a conservative basis, the!
returns from a garden, two or three |
dozen hens anel n cow, may reason- '
ably be expected to yield an abundant!
supply for the ordinary family and j
a surplus which may be turned into I
cash, sufficient to pay all cost; In whlca |
event, the table supplies for the fnm- i
I lly owning a co-operative garden will
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson,
recently stated there was enough Idle
land, along the steam and electric
car lines running between Washing?
ton and Baltimore which. If planted
in food producing crops, would feed
every soul in the two cities: and he
strongly ? urged the people, who could
not afford to pay the exhorhltant
prices complained of. to ut'llxe some
of this land and help produce table
suppl'es. We might have added that
a very small part of the land now pro?
ducing w,eed6 along the electric lines
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Its graduates rill successfully every walk in life.
Lowest rates in South consistent with the most modern equipment?
$137 to $187 for ten months.
Write for 150-page catalogue and the bulletins AT ONCE.
PRESIDENT W. A. HARPER, Elon College, N. C, Box B.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE Of
urn in MF Richmond,
ITlLUILini. - VIRGINIA
STUART McGUIRE, M. D.. Pre*.
20th Sruion Opens September 18? 1912
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Modern Laboratory Methods.
Excellent Clinical Facilities.
Eighty Experienced Teacher*.
Write now (or Catalofue AH ?
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Healthful and accessible location. Com?
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new dormitory just adacd; a carefully se?
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Catalog on request.
MRS. LUCY H. ROBERTSON,
Greensboro, - - - - N. C.
around Richmond would. If devote*! to
10 operative gardening, quickly bring
down the prices of food stuffs, so far
as this dty Is concerned.
IN OLD VIRGINIA
Some of the Joys That City
Folks May Not Know
nV FHAXK S. WOODSO.X.
Cherry rolls. They are in season,
and. O my! ain't they too good tor any?
Butermilk, cooled In the spring, goos
exceedingly Hue with cornpono and
other varieties of good old Virginia
The wild roses are In bloom in Vir?
ginia, anri they bloom nowhere ciuite so
lovely. I aaw a whole bank of them
yesterday morning, looking for all the
world like diminutive white wax tlg
nres in a mighty, green background.
I came near to mi-Mr.- a train while I
stood to gaze at their beauty.
The woodlarks never sang sweeter
than they are singing in Old Virginia
tiii.-- year. The man or the woman or
the child who has never heard the Old
Virginia, woodlark sing Just after day?
light In the morning and Just about
Minset in tho evening has missed a
great deal that goes to make life worth
And then, too, the sweet whippoor
will's song. The whippoorwlll is pectl-'
liar m the South?I may say to Virginia
and North C'urolina. There is a differ-'
enco Of opinion about this sweel .songs?
ter. Some declare it is a bird, while
others are as positive that tho sweel
whistler Is a bullbat. Re It bat or bird,
ts song Is just so sweet and so sooth?
ing that even a tired and overworked
newspaper man can go to sleep by its
notes--that Is. if he happens I? have
A couch out under the shade of the
f"ees. where he can sometimes lie.it
'the sweet whlppoorwlll's sons."
And the moc kingbirds, to... They ,ir<->
blooming Immensely in Old Virglnhi
this good year. They are nil over tiie
Virginia farms, and a goodly number
of them have nested in the suburbs
?round Richmond. Out at Pun Air they
are very numerous. In that lovely
suburban village there, are said to oe
not less than a fltinrter of n Itundrt d
neste. and they are nil crowded with
young. Polk Miller told me the other
day he was sure they were nil hatching
out in great shape, and all of tho
youngsters have their trills ready for
business. My little girl has been
watching a family of the songsters
that are vegetntlng on the edge of thc
eamp where we are summering, nnd
she Is certain thnt all of the brocd will
soon he reaching niuslfai maturity.
Maybe her Innocent fnlth is rather
strong for the storms that nre to come,
but allowing for tho dangers of tiie
storms and the rainfalls that may take
away some Of the birds. We can safely
rounl on two to make life worth liv?
ing In the early fall when thoy' begin
to sing like the mother bird has taught
them. The storms msy come and they
may bo, hut the Indications now are
that this year's crop of mockingbirds
will be unusually large. There cannot
be too many of them, and there can't
be too many whlppoorwllls or wood
larks or thrushes or redbirds or blue-,
birds. But there can be?indeed, there
are already?too many English spar
rowB. If we could Just get. rid of ail
of those hateful little scavengers; but
how can we? Anyhow, here Is now
offered a reward of J100 in gold to the
man. woman or child who can furnish a
prescription, a poison or a nostrum that
will surely swat tho English sparrow
and at the samo time will be harmless
to the sweet songbirds I have talked
The Old Virginia dewherry that my
lamented friend, Powhatan Bouldln,
used, to write essays about every Juno
is now in set -.on, and it has come this
year in Its sweetest and very best
shape. TTie dewberry 's the forerun?
ner of the luscious blackberry, coming
j three weeks sooner, and it is indeed a
I rfinner, for it grows on a running vine
instead of on the tall hush or briar
that brings the blackberry, and it is
throe times sweeter, three times bet?
ter, three times more nourishing. At
the same time there are no flies on
the Old Virginia blackberry. It Is
good enough for all practical purposes.
I am only saying that the dewberry 's
la good deal better, and in saying that
j I am not reflecting on the blackberry.
And now tho dear mothers In Old
Virginia are welcoming homo the boys
that have been away all winter and
all spring to the boarding schools and
the military schools. Tho girls got
home two weeks or more ago; the
boys have a longer term, and they
might to have, for they need more
training. Well, the boys will make
mother's heart glad for a little while,
hut not for long, because they will
not be In the. backwoods of Old Vir-1
plnla with their military and school
( lothes on very long before they will
Ii? getting uppish and impudent. How-;
ever, boys will be boys; may the devil
j take some of them, ani doubtless he
will; and girls will be girls. Heaven
(bless them f orevarmore. and it will,
for every mother's daughter of them
I deserves Heaven's richest blessings.
Another Blp Coal Oompnnj.
' f.ogan. W. Va . June W.?The Pullen Coat
and Coke rompanv has been chartered with
*wx>.?to capital nock bv Everett Pullen, of
! l.ctfin; .lehn E Pulien and A. ft. Keyier,
Inf Bradyvllle, W. V?.; Henry Mitchell and
FlObert C. Blosser, of Henlawson. W. Va.
I Tlu company, It in said, will develop at
, cru?. 1.119 aeren; twelve to flfieen cam
' dally. The plant is on railroad, and will
cost upwards of $TR.(VW.
iNew Orleans. June 2.'.? In hit latest report
I the lecrttery of the Now Orleans Cotton
i Exchange shows that the amount of cot
I ton brought Into s.ght during Sit davs of
I the present seaion was lS.lt},MO bale*
lie rease over the name amount last year of
I ;:.i>i7.!3* taale?. The ejrports were 1?.1n"> .is
I ?hales, an increase of I.SOt.002 hales The
'takings were, by Northern spinners. .:<:. i I
! bales, an'Increase of 711,737 bales; bv South
I ern spinners, u,TS?.?? bales, an increase of
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"ASK Mn. now MAX,"
70S EV Main M- Richmond. Va.
Rlctaoni, Freflericbli'e & Potomac B. R,
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND.
??-..???> i.H. Bjrd St. Sta.
?8.00A.M. Main m.mj
?8.40 A.M. Bird St. St.
?U.Ul 1.1. II jrd St. KU.
?9.28 A.M. Halo St. SU.
?12.0! noon Bjrd St. NU
12.00 P.W.Bjrd Nt. Sta.
t8.o<l P.M. B?r4 St. SU
H.i:. P.M. Klba Station
?5.14 P.M. Main St. Kta
?8.20 P.M. Bird St. Sta.
.At) A.M. BjrttSt.SU.
)11.25 A.M. Kits Station.
tu..Ii A.M. Byrd St.Ma
?1.12 P.M. MalnSt.SU.
?2.60 P.M. Bird St.SU.
?fl.17 I'.M. MalnKUSU.
?11.40 P.M. ByrdSt.SU.
19.15 P.M. BjrdSt.Sta.
?11.17 P.M. MalnSt.Ktn.
?12.60 night II) rJ s:.St a.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS -WEEKDAYS.
Lea?? Brrd St. fiu. 4.00 P. M. for Frederlcksbor*.
LtSTe GIba Sta. 7.45 A. M..0.2S P. M. for Asblaod.
Arrlte Bjrd St.Sta.H.25 A.M. Trout f rederlrksb'r.
Arrlre Elba Sta. B.8'1 A.M.. 1.30 P.M.from Asblana.
?Dally. tWeekdaya. iSundays only.
All tralna to or from Byrd Street Station
?top at Elba. Time of arrivala and departure!
Bet guaranteed. Read the signs.
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Kallroud of the South.
EFFECTIVE JUNE Uth, IjIJ.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florida and South: 8.15 A. M. and
6.50 P. id.. 1.00 A. M.
for Norfolk: "8:10 A. St.. 3.-0 .V. M.. ?3:04
P. M., 4:10 P. M . "7:30 P. M.
For N. & W. Ry. V/?at: S:15 A. M.. 10:00
A M.. *i:00 P. M . 9:20 I'. M.
For Fet.*-sburg: I.CO A. M . ?:15 A. XI..
??S:10 A~. St., 8::i A. XL, 'j.M A. M.. 10:00 A.
M? '3:00 P. M . 4:10 P. M., 4:05 P. M.. 6:i0
P. M., "7:35 P. M . 9:20 P. M.. 11:45 P. M
For Qijldsboro and FayatUvllla; '4:10 P.M.
'I'ralne arr.va Richmond daily: 5:06 A. M..
?;40 A. M., 8.55 A. M.. ?8:37 A. lt.. "10:45 A.
XL. *ll:40 A. M., "11:45 A. M . ?2:10 P. XI ,
?1:40 P. M.i 6:05 P. M.i 6:35 P. M . 8:00 P.
M., 5:00 J?. M.i ??10:i? P. XI.. 11:30 P. M.
?Except Sunday. "Su.iday only.
Tune of arrival and departuro and con*
nec-.lons not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELL. D. P. A- KM Ualn St.
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway
Carg leava Manchester, seventh aot Porry
Striata, for Petersburg:
??. 7, 8. *9. 10, 11. *U A. iL, la 1. *2, 4L t,
"5:45. ?6 7. 6, *9. 10 P. M.
11:10 P. M.i (or Chester, 13:00 midnight for
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Syc&mora
Street, for Manchester:
|6:U, 6:35. "7:16. ?7:35, 3:JS, 9:83, ?10:?, U:?
A. M-; 13:85. '1:85. 2:35. 3:35. "4:36, 6:86. *-? :3a.
?7:35. 8:3S, 9:35. 'lt:*0, U:40 P. U.
tDally, except Sundaya and hoildaya.
?Carries baggage and expreaa.
??Limited, except Sundaya and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect wlta
cars for Richmond.
Norfolk & Western Railway
ONLY ALL KAIL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Schedule In Effect Juno 17, 1812.
Leave llvrd Strcot Station. Hlchmond, FOK
NORFOLK: os: 10 A. M., '9:00 A. aJ:M
P. M.. M:10 P. M , b7:3S P. M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
A. M.. ?10:00 A. XI , ?3:00 P. XI.. ?0:30 P. M.
Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: all:40 A.
XI . bll:45 A. M., ?5:35 P. M., b!0:25 P. 14.,
?11:30 P. M. From tba VS'cat: ?6:45 A. M ,
a2:10 P. XI . bl:40 P. M.. 'i:<X> P. M., ?0:00 P.
? Dally. aDal'.y ex. Sunday. bSunday only.
W. H. BEVILL, IS. H. DOS LET.
O. P. A.. Koanoke. D. I'. A.. Richmond.
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH.
Trttlna Leave Richmond.
N*. B.?FollowIng schedule figures publlsh
ed aa Information and not Kuarantecd:
For the South?Dally. 6:10 A. M. Local.
Tralna Arrive Richmond.
From the South: 6:60 A. XI., 8:40 A. XI.,
2:00 P. M.. 8:06 P. M. dally; 12:53 Ex. Sun.
From West Point: 3:30 A. XL dally. 11:36 A.
M., Mon., Wed. and Frl.. 4:25 P. M. Ex. Sun.
B. E. BURG-ESS. D. P. A..
?07 E Main St. fllllti. lt. d I ?o r. 272.
10:45 A. M. Express. 6:C0 P. M. Uxprcas.
wIth alectric lighted Sleeping Car for At
,anta and Birmingham. 11:45 P. M. Express.
Week Dayt: 3:00 P. M. Local.
YORK RIX'F.R LINE.
4:80 P. M.?Dally.?Connecting; for Baltl
tnoro Mon. Wed. and Friday. 6t00 A- M.?Ex
Bun, and 2:15 P. M.?Mon., W"..-d. und Fri?
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
8:16 A. ?Local?Dally?Ch'vllle. Ex. Sun.
t9:00 A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. Old Point.
tlO:00 A.?Local?Dally?I.chbg., Lex. C. Forga
?12:00 Noon?E.xprcss?Dally?Norfolk Old Pt.
?jtli". P.?Express?Dally. Cln.. L vllle.
?4:00 P. ?Express?Dally?Norfolk. N. Newa.
6:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. Newa, Cid Point.
6:15 P.?Local??Ex. Sun.?Gordoiiavllle.
6:15 P.?Local?Ex. Svm.?Lcnbg, Natural
Bridge, Clifton .borge.
?6:40 P.?Limited?Dally?Ctncln'll, Chicago.
?11:00 P.?Express?Dally?Cincinnati. L'vllla.
"Sleepers. tParlor Cera.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND?Local front
East: S:10 A. M., 7:40 P. M. Through from
East: 11:30 A. M., 2:06 P. M., 6:30 P. M. Local
Irom West: 8:20 A. M.. "?:0S A. M., und.
7:20 P. M. Through: 8:? A. M., 11:55 A.
.M. and 2:50 P. M.
I James River Line: "?-.SS A. M., 6:40 P.M.
"Dally except Eunday.
RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE DAT
Schedule of Electric Trains, cffe?ttvo May
1 80, Lin. Leave Richmond. Laurel and Broad
Street*: b *6;0t? A. M.. *;:10 A. M., bS:10 A.
M., 9:10 A. M ?'lO^O A. M.. 11:10 A. M.a 1:10
P. M.. 2:10 Pi M? 3:10 P. M.i ?>4:10 P. if., 5:?
P. M.a <:-0 P. XI., 7:10 P. M., bS:10 p; M..
10.10 P. M . 11:46 P. Xt. Leave Ashland, Eng?
land and Maple Streets: ?5:55 A. AI., b *7:00 A.
XI., f:00 A. M.i b3:W A. M.. 10:00 A. M.. ??11:04
A. XL, ?r.'iOO XL, ??^Oo P. M., 2:00 P. M"., 3.00
P. M.i 4:00 P. M., b5:0O P. M . 6:00 P. M., 7:00
P. U.i 8.00 P. M., b'J.0.3 P. M.i 11:00 P. M.
?Dally except .Sunday. '?Sunday only.
8E.\BOAIU> AIR LINE.
Southbound trains gchedulud to leave Rich?
mond dally: 9:05 A. M.?Local to Norllna.
1:20 P, M.?Sleepers and coachca, Atlanta,
Dirmtngham, Savannah, Jacksonville. 6:25
P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Jacksonville.
111:81 P. M.?Sleeperj and coaches, Atlanta,
Birmingham, Memphis. Northbound trains;
scheduled to arrive. In Richmond dally:
7:60 A. M? 9:20 A. M . 6.05 P. M? 5:40 P. M..
MERCHANTS' AND MINERS' TRANS. CO.
Vacation Trips "By Sea"
BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.
Steamers Norfo.k to Boston dally, except
Thursday; to Providence, Monday, Thura.
.lay and Saturday, T P. M. Through ticken
on sale to principal points.
Fine ateumi-r?, BXCellont service, low fares.
Wireless telegraph. Send for booklet.
Apply C. &. O. Ky? M. i W. Ry., S. H.
Bowman. No. 70S E. Main Street, and Rlch
I mond Tranaf. r Comoany. No. 509 E. Main su
OLD DOMINION LINfc.
Lv. Richmond foot oi Asn St. daily.7:(0 i'. ai.
Lcau Newport News.5:ooA. M.
Arrlvs Noriolk.*;W a. ii.
Connects i.im :..<:n linn steamers leaving
Nor:o:u tor New \o:K ?la?y. axcapt aunday,
7:uo P. M. Ceh&tectloiia a.u maue by M. &
W. By. 1 P. M. and > . i; <J. Ry. at 4 p, ij.
Night Us* luunurs step at ' ... ...i?:.: to
I iat?i or rscalva paasei.gers on Signal, anvt
w I be met by puo.ic conveyance.
VIROINIA NAVIGATION to, (isucctlva
u Junies River by day.lghc tor
Notlxlk and Old Point. Newport News and
ill James RIVsr landings Steamer leave!
Monday. Wednesday und Friday at 6:30 A.
M Freight received for all J.....e? Hlvar
landings. Phone XIadlson 174.
Main TlrUrt Olli??, ?: E. Sil.? Street
TPRANK C. CLARK'S
Kifteentn Annual Crullo ;
February 15 to April 27, 1BU.
7; Glorious Days of Cruising: by ths
NEW CUNAROER " LACONIA " \ 'AS
I ' 9 i'"> ??. lacfatftag Svteia. 4tl*?s, . ?f a.!
eiaiTl.sc Msdeiia. Spsis aigt?<* s(4ks ms.b?.'
.?i.-....i. l?a?r? ?-ti,,ii?c ...i r.atw. K*?*?.
i?. ?'? ' Stepu... la S?i.ti ???1 (t-.u.a or
\s ? 'H??f?is*ta uit "Leiitsau nead io. pregi^av.
. luura tu Karvea). e)o. Swailia. Meuual Wwrid. ?
??rank C. Clark, Tlm*? BlCg. New York.
B. H. BOWMAN, 7C6 E. Mala St, nichmong.
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