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Creator lUebnioiid't tl'?mr?i ?wtpniier,
CliilSATldsVI VVAN'I ami REAL KS
TAT?) 31 tili 1 Uli IN V1UUIMA, A.NIJ
um. (II IHK UliST IN AMDIIII A.
Want Ad Kales
? Jltlly, IUI? ceut per tiurll ?turn liul'l
lu mlmi 11 cv. .Nu au. mk?ii toi IcmUmh
? luv ?ud one-ball villi? 11 Wortl "II
rllinaliivul lull? i'Vit'lll MI Ulli luu \\ul>l>'l
*<.-r Run dar. situation VVunle?, oa??cnl
n ?>ord. .Nu Ad. ?UU?uy lufcvvu lur ?? "* I
Hu, 11 rtftecn nuu,
.Nu Ad?. Ink.-u lur l??n (bau iWf???!'"
U?'e) centa tvheu plioui-U lu ur e..?ri;c?
01 Ihr i.mi nur.
I'houc orders im' guaranteed.
Clanaltlcutloue uol guaraulued ??<?'?
" "" '?? M?
lur bualneae i'unlrm',?, k?-imI '"r '
Want Ail. Man. i'ur.? elourur U
?o?t an? j-oun?
L-El r U*N vi E tuami'ton CAR 8?N
day afternoon, toidlng !>"'.??? 1 ko?al;
Reward if luiurnud to .-'. T, SS., ?
Eighth uii.i Muin Sil ? Ib.
Lost, nXn?E ?ITav ?.at. with
lo und. .. l'hono Mudlson 311?.
v-tip C'.iiiiilcb, -iiiAlt
? n i 1.' '.<i< i'jj Ai vu repairer.
-tat.- uxpor'encu und price, Address
lux No, m'i, NVuri'Miiion, N. U
L Nl?N EN '? i-l.' >PM CO., -: ?. SjcJUtli
nph-ndld ulfcr (''i 1 K.OO1I 111.in.
Iiis. 1:. h. MOHRISS. ?inohundi?
Okt-OI.lc.-e, Buckingham Couiity, VU
.nti.n LABORERS FOR ST HA M
hove) work at Varina', n. c. Wagoa,
U&6 per day, Weekly pay. FISHER
: i'AHUZZA, 1 ;-i,i ral Cn'-rneiors.
1ntki1. RKCllSTl-ihKp ASSISTANT
liarninclsl nn 111?_- nit particulars
1. 1 huliny expected, nit. \v, ?:. \v.,
x peri en
man of toi!? experlenco, Addi'ess
iirlp. Hielt . no j-rnuilr
? hern I loiiv
i\';i;nt-? mi:n. woMHtt. hoi
\VF. HAVE A BUSINESS THAT
SHOULD I'AY SOME ENER?
GETIC r.MiTV PKi >.M 17,1
To } 10,00,1 THE FIRST YEAR
? 703 TO $???) CAPITAL NECES?
SARY, vor HANDLE OWN
MONEY. INVESTIGATION IN.
VIT ED. SEE MR. ROBERTS,
HOTEL RICHMOND, ROOM J10,
tw ANT F.D. TO SELL HALF-INTEREST
In thi- largest dry goods store in
tt 1 rowing town. Address E 12. care
ff YOU WANT TO .M AK E MONEY AND
have como to inveM in speculation
and building 1 havo nil of tho os
perlehco. Address F 4il, card Tltnos
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS., Jewelers, 813
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATE IT STYLES. Old ITOid .lid ill
vet_tfways taken !iu exchange.
IDEAL VENTILATOR CO RHONE
Du N'T FORGE1 Tin. DATE, WED
nesday, August 1 1. thnit Is th? daj to
have Just Hie real good tlnu ; we look
out for the young ami old. Retail
Grocers' Assoclntlon excursion t-i
Buckroc Bench, August 11. Wednes?
day of this week.
WK CLEAN BY ELECTRICITY ALL
kinds of bats, ladles' ami gentle?
men's. OlVO us a trial. Satisfaction
gentlemen, NO more shoe
?bines on street. Now open flrst
tdass shbc-slilnlng parlors for ladled
mil gentlemen. the newport,
Ens ? i'. ?.:?' :?? 1. . .?, ,
FlEMiTEE IV anted?will buy
household goods of any kind and
any amount, fhone Madison 1906.
WANTED, A pXRTY W'VTll SANVAl'iLL
eciuipment t.i saw about one mliliou
fCCt of lumber "ll shares at Ron Air.
Apply to 722 West Cary. Photiu
Wanted, to contract by 'the
year for tb,. sub- of manura from
our Stable. J. W. b.li ley. Third
and Marshall. ,
WANTEIjj t?" liUv F(iR C?"sTr,
houscbold uoodt: In uny quantity.
Phone Madison ;;snt.
"W A N 'Fi : I i, A five-PA S* EN 1; E I t
automobile; 1910-1911 01 191'j model;
glVO description and slate prlCO. Ad
dross t. \V. CAL1IOUN. Burkovlllc,
JDEAL VENTILATOR CO. PHONE
ANS WISH 'i'U 1 l.-i l.-lt. -? >*? [>UZ71
ii . quipped.
: ROOMS with board ai:. i
a 11 ii
i.i.v i i i::.i ;!ii:i) riooiiai and
Rooms Jfoc Rent
:i -11 i:i ? RO< ims, WITH
?arl. :is k:j-.t Marshall.
L\rdi cssrari jr?i salt
Lxcal e-jfatr J-oi L\rnt
j' lutG for Unu
OK lul l: iv.??:.!- FOR Rext,
Park Avenue, hear All. :. *.-.:.:
l?f?i estate CaaiurD
LIST YOUP. c'AKMS WITH .!. A CON*
NELLA' CO, Write postal for nec
.... : . . i.rt.i_
3cc, Coal anil CUoou
I'LATi: ICE. PUREST AND BEbT I'Oll
all uses and the most economical. 4o
cents per hundred. Try a load of
our pine and oak wood, which is dry
and und. r shelter. TYLER & r.YAM.
1001 West Can*. Martlsor. 197a.
LONG 1H SELLING Tin: BEST l'REE
burnlng c>ai at summer prices. His
woml is large blocks and dry. It will
pay you to see him this week ami
make y??r arrangements for win?
ter. Otllcc UOti West Broad._
W?t/l) A NU COAL
OUR DRY KINDLING BEST IN' CITY;
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; 11.50 hiilf-cord. DA
VID M. LEA i CO. Phono -Monroe
i. goldberg ladies' TAILOn, for
me ely with kaufmann .*;- Cd. ;
i wish to announce Til AT i have
returned from new york
with thi: Latest goods and
styles l "|; Tili: FALL and win
ter seasons. during august
i will make -rn.- at reduced
PRICES, YOU are cordially in?
vited To CALL AM' inspect
same. Li uoldberg, ladies'
TAiLOR, 202 north FIRST st.
PHONE monroe 3431.
YOU MAY NOT Hi: SWEET ALICE OR
Pin Holt, I.ui we him looking for
yon young folks to liiive the time of
your life by going on the Itetall
Grocers' excursion this Wednesday,
August ii; the prizes and fret stuft
given away mi the train ami at the
Ii. ach is simply great.
HUMAN HAIR Ml >IK; i IT AND SOLD
at lll'GUK.v.s. 2<>:> North Tliird.
Poultry, Prts nno Elbe ?roru
Large .terser or jersey grade
cows wanted, fresh or near fresh.
A.lilies.-. A ::\ car. Tune:'.-1'iftpa tell.
f t'i: s \i.::. "li wosoMi: ti"u>i:? ?r.ai
bred white ami tan male pointer;
live months Old. fall on or address
george I'. clarke, r. f. P. No.
I All... V.l._
'automobiles for ?s>nle
FOR SALE, RUICK AUTOMOBILE
deliver;* wagon, thirty-horsepower;
one-ton capacity: iisod few months;
eiiuni to new. Cost $1,325. No use
for It. Will sell for half cost. P.
. C?. Box |&3, Norfolk, Va.
MOTORCYCLES .vK D Iii JTCLBfeVNBW
and second-hand; repairing of all
kind*. TOMPKINS. West Broad,
nk.s si:???.;.i; tuecks and muht
furnitui u wagon, grocery and butch-I
cr wugons. RICHARDSON BHOS.(
815 Brook Ave._I
KOK ?ALE, iso IKON AUGUST ? REC
orda. c. Ii. HAVNES .* uo., l-l West
FOR BALE CHEAI', ALL KINOS OF
to rond-hand in?-cliaiilcul tools; also!
i nka und ttult <....,.... Apply to.
LLSNKR BROh., 1705 Eaai Main I
For sm.k, one "ali-'-y.v'ro ran-!
; ..s.- THAT ARE
ALB, STONE CRUSHER*
1 uri wheels; engine and
ompletc. W rite M. A. i5UC
. R F; D, 1. E2. Rlohmbnu,
FAMILY LEAVING THE ci
>|. COTTAGE, OCEAN view,
newly lurrilsliod; all cOnVen
p. on..' block from amusements;
rig, fl I..i.i'. dancing. Meula GOc.
Iiba ?? the tlhie i
; a SPECIAL LOW I
tcr'li g and, cushion
intH "i August; can
>? and right. Madl- i
NOR ?- HUK'DLEY,
CHEAPESI STORAGE IN CITY. 11,
per load. Store your furniture, bug- j
Utes, a?to'tri lies, planOa at rOMP
KINS, .-T V.'.'l Broad.
WHEN YOU BUY LOOK FOR THE
natu? Edison If you want one you :
can understand every word on t:ie!
record. _G B HAYNBS A CO._
Ic HALFSOLE MEN's .shoes. ?Oc
ladle!-, every pair s.-we.l. - ?! leath?
er, no nails, no pegs. Rbval rub- j
bar heels a.".< . Tred-Alr ruh i r heels,
40c; leather heels rebuilt like new.!
25c. DREW'S BLECTRIC shoeI
FACTORY, lit E Main. Phone Mon-I
TO LEND ON diamond." \ NT)
watcnea Rt New York rat!?. N. Fi
JACOBS A SON. No. 21$ North Ninth I
IN LIKEN AND CRETONNE, POR BED
room or oarlnr. liade to fit. SYD
NOR A HUNDLEY. INC . -'event!. .i.\d
Grace Madison :-?"4._j
WHEN YOU WANT HOUSECLEANINO,
\i: WILLIAM JOHNSON,
National Bank of Virginia.
Monday, July 2fi 1312.
i THE KT< ICKHi ILDHRS i U THE
NATIONAL PANIC OF VIRGINIA:
Bank of Virginia, adopted this day;
meeting of the stockholders of the i
said hank will he held at Its banking
i. use, Ninth and Main Streets, Rich- ,
mond, Va., THURSDAY, August 29.
: I?!.. .it 1. o'clock M to consider:
First a pri position ami plan for
I 1 .- lidatlon of the National
Bank Virginia with the First Na- :
nal Pank Of Richmond, Va.. which |
has been approved by the board of
directors of the, national Bank of |
Second. A plan for the complete j
liquidation of tin- assets and affairs i
?f the National Bank of Virginia
pursuant to sections 5220 ami 5221, i
United States Revised statutes, to
! iki . ffect Upon such day as may be ,
fixed by the stockholders.
Third. The ratification of the ae- i
H?h ..f the board of directors of the i
said bank I" the premises prelimi- ,
nary !<? sa'd meeting .
Fourth. Any other business gcr- '
mane to the foregoing; matters which !
may be brought to the consideration
>.i the said meeting.
\ full meeting ?>!" the ?lockhold- '
ers. either in person or by proxy, is
urgently rdqih sted,
W. M. II a 1 '1,1 ST?N,
W. M. ADDISON,
not 1 '' e~ I TP "me eti NO.
First National Bank, Richmond, Va.
Richmond, Va., July ?.??. 1912.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL HANK:
Notice Is hereby giver, that by "r
der of the board ..f directors, a ape- '
clal meeting <?! the stockholders oi l
the First Nntlonal Bank or Rich?
mond, Va.. has been called to he In hi
at P.' o'clock noon on THURSDAY,
the 29th day of August, 1912, at its
banking office, No. 1104 East Main
Street, Richmond, Va., for the pur- '
I.;' voting upon the consolidation
,,i the National Bank of Virginia,
Of Richmond VS., with the First Na?
tional yank of Richmond, Va,, under I
the name of the First National Paul;
,.f Richmond, Va ; of ratifying and
appro-, Ing the action of the board of j
directors in the premises; of v itlpg
upon the Increase of the capital
stock of the First National Rank of
Richmond, Va., from $1,000,300 to
.....,000; the issue of l."?. >oo addi?
tional shares of the par value of
Ji.ei each, at the price of $l;".o per
share In cash; the Increase of the
number of directors so that the
board shall consist of not less than
nine nor more than thirty-two stock
holde**!; the election ..f additional
directors; the amendment of the ar?
ticles of association accordingly, ana
voting or acting 'upon any Other
matters that may come before the
meeting, oi nnj'adjournment thereof.
The stii. k transfer hooks will- he
closed from .Vugust to August 30,
By order of the board of directors
JOHN M, MILLER, lit .
THE ANNUAL MEETING op" THE
stockholders <>f the Wntklns-Cottrcll
Company win bn held In the office
I of the company. No. 11!? South Four
I teenth Street. Richmond, Va , on
August 13. 1312. at 12 o'clock noon.
I O s. FENSOM,
Secretary and Trcuuurcr.
ccoq?an Physician Under Seri?
ous Charge Concerning
Hospital, Is ' arr- it at -
twetityionc years'. .\ warrant was
i out bi her yo u k< ' Clata
s Edna Alien probably villi tos-'
a| an liiquest over the body of
blld. conducted by the eoroher ot
duya ago refused t-> bring in a
gave testimony, she was too Hi
stlfj 't t at lime, but it was Mild
y at her liorilu In Occoquah that
ivotlld niobiibl'. !-? i ? :. to testify
til 1'.. Im-. Starkweather. Dr. starK- 1
? it... i whs called 'ii last Sunday.
i.. call was made bj the slstor, '.'inn
Mi-ii. His ieatlmon: it is suid, will
?<? directed against Dr. Sinclair.
No iin iitnliiur.v examination of Dr.
Sinclair will be hel l until the Inquest
s completed- In tile meantime he Is
jnde.r bond of 11.0"". The warrant ?es
In the ordinary toiirse of events tho
warrant would have been served by
Constable Edward llamrnlil, of Occo
iiuan. but .Mr. Iluinmlll Is a grand?
father of Dr. Sliiclair', and he refused
to serve the; warrant. Justice of the
id warrant to the police ofllclul.
Dr. Sinclair vigorously denies the
ulrge made against him, lie is a
an twenty-Seven years of age and a
ttlve "f Occoquan. I'p to the time
r starting practice mure he \mih 11v -
ig in Washington, taking s'cveruy
? hospital work following gradu
liolh the Misses Alien are employed
FIRE ON TROOPS
Coal Operators at Paint Creek
Ask for More
Charleston, w. v.-, August li.?A
skirini.h took place last night between
Creek district, and , band of alrtkliit
miners, who began llrlnf? at the troop
irillltlann a. Sonic of the;
.Vere Injured, and if any ol
king party were hit, they
e,l away by their fi lends,
era! find Governor Glabs
,i lioiifer.encu to-day, i,hd the
?k. -I that ,i pot tton of the j
sen) t" Boomer, where i,r>00
, rty may be protected until
? vi - at lioomer and surround
s are holding a big mass
o-day. and Mother Jones, the
of the mine workers. Is do?
li.- principal address A hl W
. .?in, lit has been signed at
where- tho tlrst rioting oc
nil to-morrow n Join! pi. tile
ors and minors win bo held
it.- the event. The work of
ii,. the mines and getting
start will be commciici i
III // Mil) KI.K? A U A V
WITH I'll E l*T1 VOL'Xfi 1X1)1
Hnrrlsonburg, \'n., August li.?in
explanation why his paper failed lu
"come put,"' Editor Calhoun says that
while !., was attending the West Vir?
ginia Congressional Convention at
Cl trlestpti,. his foreman and business
manager. ,i. p. Buzzard, suddenly threw
up the sponge ait i eloped with the good
looking young lady typesetter. This
made three outs and no paper,
i- \um rnoni t ts.
Prices raid \n- n Trifle lr..
illgtlflt 1 I It ii n n Venr Vgll.
Washington, August li.?Prices |"
Irig paid farmers and cotton planter.-'
throughout the United States averaged
one-tenth of 1 per cent, less on Au?
gust 1 last than a year ago, accord?
ing to the Department ,.f Agriculture,
This average was based on reports
from rrior< thnn three-fourths of the
crop value of the country A month
earlier tin prices paid producers were
IT.', per centi higher than on duly i.
Prlries oil August I last and Aligns!
I. 1911, respectively, all in cents, In?
? .,ru. T:'.:: ami f.?.S.
Win nt, S9.7 and 82.7.
Oats, 11.:: and to.-.'.
Barley, ue.s ami 09.3.
Rj'o, T7.ii and Tn.ft.
Buckwheat, *:!..*. ami 76;
EirtNHced, 175.2 and 199.2,
Potatoes, '?'''.:. and 13tS.
Butter. 23.7 and '21.7 a pound.
? ?hi.ken-. 11.:! and 11.2.
Eggs, l,.i and I."'..". a dozen.
liny was only 112 a ton against
Crop conditions "it August i for tin
United --"ates avtirngcd 12 per cut.
better than "ii tin- same date last
year, und three-tenths of 1 per cent,
bettet tii in tin average condition >>f
id \itiit:t 1.11 ON FISIIINC Til IP,
DEATH FOLLOWS FltOM STAHIIIXd
Macon, tla, August li?Thomas B.
itoimes, win. was brought i" a local
nospital, earlier lu tho week suit'Or
ing from knife wounds, died here lo
(lay. I'M. A. Odom, accused of the
stabbing'. Is under arrest on .1 charge
pf murder. According to ejv-wlt
nesses the two men engaged in a dls
butd while <>ii a fishing trip, resulting
in the cutting nffrnv.
? 11 u in <; v S 1 'in mi:i . i'
f v kl M A CP A11 LA X I)
UhfcARO, August II.?Ad Wolgast rind
FncKey MncKarlntid win moot in a ton
rotind boxing bpuI In New York, into
ix r II, according to word received to
diiy from a representative of .Mael'ai -
land now at Cadillac, Mich.
The match was made by "Billy" Mc
I Carney, acting for "-1 i 111 >? ? * Olbsori, of
I tiic Garden Athletic Club, ol New Wik.
(Continued i-'mm Ffrst Pag? >
alt h? kuowii ot Hie case. Bernard H
Sandier, u member ?f the Schepps fam?
ily, said to-day. -i have malntalneu
from the iittsct that Schopps will gain
nothing by hiding, and 1 did my h. st'
to :-?< lot.mmiinlcntton With iiini,
without success. II- will lose hotli?
ne bj telling all he knows to District
Sullivan to Tell.
All concerned with the probe were
overjoyed at the news of Hchcpps s
arrest, it is believed he can give In?
fii mutton which will lead n'?t-only t<,
th-- capture of the last two of the al?
leged assaslns, but thai the main ith
portant witness against men for whom
Indictments have not yet been return?
ed; With the arrest of Schepps it is
believed that the task' of th- district
attorney Is much simplified, .lack Sul?
livan has agreed to go before Mr. Whit?
man to-morrow to tell all he knows
itl,out the allege,! murder,
i Schcpps's assertion at Hot Springs
that he is" the "keynote to the sltun
li?n,'! "lid not appear to Mr. Dough-j
..-rty to 1?- an exaggeration. . There is
little doubl In the commissioner's mind
tliat Schepps can furnish about all the
Information heeded now t,, round out
the case. No confession from '.he the
missing fugitives, "Olp the Bipod''
and "I#efty Louie." Is needed.
??W<- want those men. of course,"
said the commissioner, "hut we do not
nee|] any confession from them wUh
what we have."
The Itlghl 'Ian
Manchester, vt.. August 11.?"From
telegrams i have received, I am con- i
vinci d that the Hot Springs otltolals
have the rlirht man." an Id District At- j
tqritey Whitman, of .New York, to- j
night, when asked about the arrest
tlo re of a man named Sam Schepps,
wanted Iii connection with the murder,
i.f Herman RoBonthal In N.-w York.
Mr. Whitman Bald he bad learned of i
Schopp s whereabouts from Harry Val
Beyond expressing gratification over
the nrrest, Mr. Whitman would say
nothing more about the Rosenthal case,
lie planned to leave for New York
Funeral of Mr*. J. It. Cordon.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ev.p 1
Cro.xton Gordon, wife ,,f .lames i: 0'>r
don; w.-rc held yesterday afternoon at
I o'clock at Si. .lames Episcopal Church,
conducted >?> Rev. William Moado
.' irk, 1' 1' Interment was ill Holly?
wood. The pallhearers were as fol
Activ.-f. .1. rtoelker, Charles H.
Vi unlock. .1 St. George rtrynn. George
W. Hunter, George Alnslle, James E.
l.'annon, u II, Funsteh, E. E. Weitzel.
Honorary?E. I?. Addison, W. M.
Woodward, Dr. John N. Fpsiiur. N. ?:.
An. arrow, lu. M D Ihm,., Dr. Ed
Ward McGulre, I):. Stuart McGU're.
George .1 Ft ee.il. V, W. C. CtltUP. <">. J.
Sands, H w. riountree, n. it. Pollard,:
Dr. H. Norton Mason, >". .1 Allen. .Inmost
H. Attderson, Boswe.ll Aisop, I^ang- I
boilrne M Williams, -lames T. Cray,
lt. ll. Thornton.
B Bavlor Thornton, formerlv ,,f this!
city, died in St. l.oui--. Mo, Saturday, I
August l" lie leaves a widow, one'l
daughter and a son. He was n brother!
? ?f a T. Hay Thornton, A. McCarthy !
Thornton and Parker Thornton, nil of !
Mr-, lie.lie VltllC Dickinson.
<;-.. i t.. Tin Tlmes-Dlspntoh. 1
Norfolk, Vn., August II.?Mis. net?
tle Anne Dickinson, widow of Dr S. T.
Dl ktnsoh, .-f Caroline County, died at
the home of her son. S. T. Dickinson,
?ir.. lb this .tty this afternoon. She
was seventy-?lx years old and hnd been
living with lo r son about three months. 1
sin- is survived bv thre sons?1. T. \
picokinson, .1-. ..f this city| <"- II. Dick- |
inson, nf Mllford, V:i . and It. D. Pb'k- i
inson. at Bowling Green. Vn. The
body win be sent t,< Mllford for funeral
>|r?. Man Rennet! Frniicr.
[Special to The Ttmcs-Dlspntoh 1
Winchester, Augusl U.--A telegram
ree.-iv d here announces the death of
Mis. Mary Bennett France, wir.- ot
Rev' lleiiry S Frithce, a widely known
minister ot* th.- Raltlmore Conference,
Ml thodlst Etjlsropal Church^ of Wash?
ington, which occurred nt Ocean Groe.
N", .1.. where she had been spending
several weeks t?, recuperate from n
nervous bronkdow'n, Rev, Dr. Franco
was for a number ..f years pastor
Market Street Church, of Winchester,
In addition to her husband, Mrs. France
leave! one daughter, Mias Mary France;
one brother and five sisters, Her fll
nernl will be hold In Washington to?
Mrs. Mnry \. Kettling.
[Special to Th. Times-Dispatch.]
Winchester, August II.?Mrs Mary
A. Keating, wife of William Keating,
a well-known Winchester business
man, died of paralysis on Friday even
Inc, aged fifty-four years, and her
funeral will take place from the
Chtircjl Ol Co sacred Heart to-morrow
morning, she was a daughter ..r iho
Int. Patrick and Mary O'Connor Rcllly,
of Woodstock, Vn., and is survived by
her husband three daughters, one son
and several sisters and brothers, one of
the latter. John I Keilly. whose wife
tiled last week at Woodstock, is now
li. it. Tbompnon.
[Special |o The Times-pis pa tell ]
Salisbury, N. C? August 11.?R. B.
Thompson, ,i prominent Salisbury mer?
chant, died at his home lu this . Ity
last night after a Week's Illness from
typhoid fever. it.- was alx'ty-scveh
j years Old and is survived by a wife
[and six children, besides several bro?
thers, among them Mayor F. M Thomp?
son, of Salisbury.
DE SIBOtTR. Entered Into rest at
Narrngunseti Pie Saturday, August
10, 1012, DOWAGEiI COMTI3SSE DE
SIBOIJR; widow of Count Gabriel
? le Sib Otlr, for many years French
consul to this city,
interment in Hollywood,
HARNS. ? Entered int.. rest Sunday,
August II, at i. .in P M? at her res?
idence, ;...s w.-st Grace Street, .JEN?
NIE A'. It. widow ..f H, G. H. Barns,
i' uheral notl ?? later,
.-m'phv.?Died, Saturday night, at
260d ii Street. W, M. SNODDV.
Funeral MONDAY at :: ..'clock rrotn
i nion station Church, interment In
Oak wood Cemetery.
RAGGETT, Died, at SI s,.)>;.!.,'< Home
(Little Sisters of the Poor), .it In
o'clock F. M., August 10, after an
Illness of several months, .I.IS-t
MARY BAGGETT. She was a native
,.f Alexandria, Vn.
'the tuneral will talc. place at
Mount Calvitry Cemetery at 'i o'clock
F. M. TO-DAY (August 12),
STitlNGKEMjOW. Died, at his resi?
dence, Ms West Franklin Street,
tsundny, Augusl it, at 10:30 a. .m..
i riAttUrvS S. m in.Mii im.uiw, in
tile seventy-sixth year of his age.
Funeral from Hi. Paul's Episcopal
entlieh TUESDAY al il.Ju A, M,
(Continued From Flrtt i'usc ?
led that ho bo unseated because j
too much money was spent tor elec- i
Two quest tons of Impeachment have
been before the Hons,-, and In the !
men! trial lias i.n ordered, the ninth |
that has ev< - come before the Ben*
ate. An Investigation of ihe Judicial
and private acts ..i .itidge Huuford, '
01 Seattle, instituted by the House, I
Was foil..wo.l by the jurist's resigna- I
Important Sr? l.nns,
Some ?>f the import int new laws!
that have already resulted from tho I
work or the session are:
Abolishment, by high taxation, .if'
tlw manufacture of white phosphorus!
Eight-hour Federal labor law.
Prohibition against exportation of;
arms, coal or supplies to insurrection?
ists in "tiie: countries.
Granting commissions as ensigns t?o
midshipmen on graduation from An?
napolis Naval Academy.
Authorizing the separate sale of the
coal and asphalt lauds belonging to
i! ? UhoctaW ihtl Chlckasaw Indians.
Granting authority to the govern-,
mem for official use of the American
red cross in time of war.
Barring prize-fight moving picture
Ulms from transportation' If they are
f. tie used for public exhibition.
Authorizing hew census reports on
tobacco production and cotton ginning
and new Agricultural departments' re?
ports on cotton production.
Kcnulrlhg tjiat wireless operators
be cfbnstahtly on duty on ocean-going
Establishing a standard barrel anil
grade for tipples.
Encotirn ging Invention and original
research in the agricultural and army
ordinance divisions by gvlng cash re
war.Is to employes
Equipment .->f army transports with
adequate life-saving aparatus. uni?
form wir.-less inws to prevent inter?
ference bj amateurs.
The session hns been prolific of ve?
toes by President Taft, sine its be?
ginning last December he has writ?
ten his disapproval across twenty-sev?
en hills, one of which the Corhett tun
hel bill was repassed OVCr bis veto
in the Senate. It Is expected that he
will this week veto two or three oth?
er niensures. Including the steel ntid
iron tariff and tho appropriation bill
fixing a limitation of seven years on
civil scrvce terms.
The ProSdcht's vetoes affected the
wool tariff, army appropriation hilt,
seeking to legislature Mnjor-Ooheral
1..-..]; 11,1 W.I out of the Cl|lef of
staff's office; purchase of permanent
manoeuvre ?round at Anniston. Ala.:
the right to build a ?htm across the
Whit.- River *t Cotter, Ark.; sales of
burnt tlmher on Indian lands, relm
bursment of those who furnished '.<
bor and material on Die Cortiott tun?
nel. Shoshone irrigation project.
Th. Senate has ratified nine ma?
lles dUrltlg the session, including those
with France and Great llrltaln. which
the President refused to ncoOpt In
amended form, with the following:
Settlement of the pecuniary claims be?
tween the United States and Great
Britain, agreement of Int. ; national
naval conference on war prizes, copy?
right treaty with Hungary. North At?
lantic fisheries' treaty with Great
Britain neutralization treaty with
Costa Rica. International world tele?
graph tr.aty. International treaty on
assistance and salvage at sea.
O ASTO R ! A.
Virginia Trust Co.
Phis Company* having qualified as C<>
lixccutor lalcnp with Joseph II. C'rcu
shaw) of the Estate of Merritt W. Crcn
shaw, deceased, .ill persons haying claim-,
against said estate are requested to pre?
sent them at this office, and those in?
debted to the Estate will please make
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY,
Co-Executor <<( Merriti \V. Crcnsltaw,
9tlantic ciir Erooctg
I'aciric an,i Arkaim&s Avenues. Spu.toui
grounds adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only
medium-prices hotel where kucsih may so
1 from house to mirf In battiliiK alllro wliu
oui using ?treat!, which Is prohibited. Cue
??I b"Hi houses with attendant la .are tor
tails i-. fr,.,.. Running water in room*,
t'rekh ami sea wnlec baths, pubilr and prl
?nie. Hpeclal rule* ll.M ami up llaMyg |S,0I
in 121.50 weekly, including choice labte, tup
pilr.l frinii o\.o farm. IVhiti icrvlct. Or
chi'Htra. Tennis cuuru And croquet ground*
totwoon hotel and bench, Buoklut malUd
tAVh ?' ROSEllRANS.
n\ mi; SEA
ho I I I vxd sa.\ v I du I ; ||
Atlantic City, N.J.
I \ Till! Mol N I' ?. I \ s
v FIRS' l'-l I. IIO'l'Efi.
RustdOlll Physician. Tonic, -Baths,
etc. I III t Iv It' In ns.
Soft Moderate Rate Hotel
And Fireproof Annex. Term. av.. near Beach
central| capacity lie; opposite Prot, and <'..ih.
t riurcnea: r.unt water in rooms : private bat lo.
excellent tnt.lt?; vegetables from own farm 1 ? blta
service:. ss to ?UI wk'lri si.r.o i<. ?.3.00
dir. Ilklt. Special raten. R. It. l.udy. M I).
>\ a l BR OAr IIOI'sk.
'the Mountain Paradise,
Now open, extensively Improved, The mosi
modern und Huest Ideated hotel In thl?
region. Ciiinine of the highest standard;
white service. Orchestra, ?ociai div?r?ion?;
every out-of-door amusement! new, beau?
tiful Palm Court and Cafe, Special July
and party rates, ilooklet and auto map*
I mailed. 6iu acaion.
Auction ?alc? "Crjitf ?ajj
D R n. ChafTln & Co Inc..
Real !:s!at. Am-tloneers,
Main and Twelfth Streets.
Acting under decree of the Circuit
?unit of Cheaterilcld county, in the
iusi ut "Slllo i.. Crowder el als.. va,
William e slnis <-t als.," entered on the,
lath daj of Ms 1908, the undersigned
Special Corhmlssloner appointed for
the purpose, will sell by public aue
tlon in front of Chesterfield county
MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 13!'.'. at 12 M..
The tract of land containing two
hundred acres, more or less, of which
Alexander Sims died seised. In Clover
Hill District. Chesterfield county, Vir?
ginia, near Skin Qunrtor, ami about
one and one-half miles from the Tide?
water and Western it. it., and about
three miles from !!?,? Southern It. It.
Soarl> all "f this land is in timber,
some '.r which is original growth.
TKit.us fin.-.fourth cash, balance In
equal instalments at i>n>- and two years
from date if sale, purchaser to give bis
notes for the deferred payments, car?
rying Inf rest at per cent, per an?
num front date of sah-; title to be re?
tain. I until :?!! of the purchase money
paid and with the further provision
that no timber or wood Is to he cut
upon the property until all of the pur
rl iso money Is paid. Purchaser, how?
ever, to Jtave the rltrht to anticipate
any at ?! nil deferred payments by pay.
niK the sain- with interest to the date
WTLLIS It SMITH.
The hon,I require In the above cause
has he. n given.
PHILIP v. COOBinT*
By the Valentino Auction Co.,
li.X.VK lirpT AUCTION SAEE OP
;..|.(",'K SHOES. HATS. TRUNKS.
STORE 1'IXTURES. UNEXPIRHD
, . Jv OPEN ACCOUNTS, ETC., OP
?1 R. OOODB &? SON.
Pursuant to oh order of the District
i-ourt of t),? United states for tlt?
?eastern District of Virginia, entered
on the 6th day of August. 1912. !n the
matter of .1 R floode Son. bankrupt,
^e will sell at public iiictlnn. on th?
Preml So. mi Rast Ma'n street
(corner Fifteenth and Main Streots),
MONDAY, AUGUST 12TH.
at '.2 o'clock noon,
ti e entire stock Of said bankrupt, im
' Pi ? <l leasi on the premises and open
accounts due the concern, as n whole,
E, M. LONG,
ALLEN <:. COLT.INS,
ALLEN O. COLLINS.
The Valentine Auction Co.,
Auction feaics, JFutute SDagfl
?: C; L, & II. I,. Oenoon.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF DEI
SI RARER HOUSE AND LARGE LOT
AT HIGHLAND SPRINGS,
lty virtue of a deed of trust, dateil
Oi ember 21, 1910, recorded in Hen
rlco County Court, l ?. n 100, B. P. 163,
and at request of beneficiary, defat"J
having i.ii m ole in payment of de
rod, I will sell by public aucttol
on Ho- promises, on
TUESDAY; AUGUST 13, 1911
at l o'clock r. m..
the property describe.I In .said deed, as
ail that certain lot of land, with the
Improvements thereon, lying- and being
In iilirhiand Springs, in llenrlco Coun?
ty, fronting fitly (f,0) tool on F.ltn
Avenue and running back between
parallel Ilm .; oho hundred (100) feet.
I comprising lot 111 In block "F." sec?
tion ::. on the plan of Highland Springs,
recorded In plat book 6, p. 97.
i TERMS: Cash for expenses, of sale,
I any taxes due and to pay the dent ?
lyij. interest iron, June ?4,'4.911; $112.
interest from December 2 1. 1911^?bal?
ance oil tcrrhs announced at' sale.
WlLLOITGHBY NEWTON. JR.,
f rustee's Sale
I?ursii int lb tin order of the United
Slates District Court, entered July 112,
1012, in ili.- matter of Isaac .Skinner,
bankrupt. 1 ivlll sell at public auction
at the former lion.f the bankrupt,
on New Road, In Chesterfield County,
AUGUST mil, 1912,
at I P. Mi,
11 Main personal properly consisting of
household furniture, buggies and (arm?
HOWARD L ANDERSON,
_T' us tee.
P E A BO D Y
Conservatory of IViiuic
Recognized m the leitd
Ing endowed miialcal con?
servatory la the country.
Si ihlpi and Diplomas
awarded. Circulars mailed.
McGuire's University School
OI?P. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND, VA.
FORTY-EIOHTH HKssloN begins Sep?
tember IS. Thorough prepartlon for unl
k-efaliy, college, technical ?cho.il, l" S. .Naval
ami Military Acndemlea. primary depart?
ment I01 amnll boys, with separate Inatruc
lore, study-hall, and recitation rooms. Th?
Principal will be at I N. Ilc'vldero St., aftei
Kept. b. For full Information scu catalogu?
at bock atorea, or by mall.
JOHN p. McauillE. Principal.
eleventh Session Begins Sept. IP, 1013,
Tin- denn is now at president !! ofllc?,
Richmond College. Phone or address.
\\ M, I PH I N ' K, l>enn.
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATttiT
The most magnificent hotel in tha
South. European plan. Rooms alnjgla
anu on mile, with and without bath*.
Boa. loua sampio rooms.
Special Nummer Rates. Club Mreak
rnat. ? _ _
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH A NI? - LAY STREETS.
Open da.ll;. from 1/ A. M. to ? V. ii,
1 AdmUal??. r:t>* on ejAturd*/*,^