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?BSATBST WAIT ABB KUBA la ES?
TATE MEDIUM IX VIRGINIA. ARO
?NB OK THE BEUT IB AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
*a adva'ace. Be At, take* tar laaa tfcaa
One mm* ?e-kalf cents a war? .all
?IsasiSiatssas except gltaatlon wasted
ear t-adoj. SltsvotloB Wutti mm* cost
? war*, hq Aa. _?aday taken far less
?ban RCtaaa rents,
*? Ada, taken fur teas taaa twrnty
Sve eaata wkea phoned In mv ebnrged
*1 fha eenater.
Ph?e orders aet aunrnnteed.
Clsssslislliss guaranteed after
?am t>. M.
Fas* bnstnsas contracts, aend far tea
'?? A*. Umm. Fsvoavo Xonroo t_
jt*jBt an. jrtun?
|li5tlT?HtN^BXM YES
terda>. October 4, between the via
duet and Battery Court, it lady ?
silver card case, with initials "V. 1
C." on one side and "La.?' on Other.
Rewsrd It returned to 1121 Souili
fourth Street. _ _
STRAY ED, TO CLA.RH:DON FARM. ON
Harvey Road, four black and white
Helfers. F w. bAhbii, Manager. t
Utla UUncea, *?a~u
WANTED. FOR V. to'. ARMY. ABLE-,
bodied, unmarried men, between axes
of 18 and *s; citi-ensoi United states-.,
of wood character and temperate nao.!
Its, who can apeak, read and write
the English language. For informa-!
t;on, apply to .. . uiting OtUcer, a.ti
fe broad. Richmond. Vs._
VAAitU, UA?Oli?lt? tuK STEAM I
revel work at Va; ma. n. C. Wages, |
?v per day. W eekly pay. fish fcit j
CAROZZA. Genera* C-uiracior*.
WANTED, MEN ea7E^Y WHERE T?
help ue in span- time. iiAN.viii.li,
Boa j>u3, _Rlclunond, Vi.
|*FV*? NEAT APPEARING yVCNO MEN
to travel Southern ana v? csteiu ter?
ritory, experience um,ecessar>. Ap
ply >il '1 ravelers" Building.
wlmE caduy"boys'"'wanted' at .
the Country Club uf Virginia on j
Saturday ailerlioon. Must be over ;
twelve years oi aga. {
[?Wanted, fifty white and col.- j
ored tuen and boys tu work In nur- \
gery w. T. HOOD A Co. Ginter
Far*. _ I
EsVANTed~ MAN ? ITH EXECUTIVE !
ability to assist In tue management
|| a. large urmturu storage ware- |
house,, lirst-c.uas position for the '
ngnt man. J 4i\ tare Times-Dis- I
Patch. '_
WANT a FiRST-CLASa all-round j
Ofhce man, uu knowledge ol atenog- ?
rapnv necessary. A man with a good
reputation and one with unlimited
ability will rind an excellent op?-ii- j
li.g Address H 1.", cai e T'm.s-Di
patcli._ I
{WANTED. A COMPETENT BUSHEL- j
ler and pic-scr in oui' alteration de- I
partincnt. Apply at once, KAUF- I
si A NN A CO.. Fourth and Broad.
?BARBER**, FIRHT-CLAJ86, FOR FAIR j
week. JEFFEHBOM HOTEL._
WANTED. REGISTERED PHARMA- j
cist to manage country drug store. I
or will sell interest at easy terms,
near city, ou car line. Address
I'HARMACIST, 4'.'. North Tenth j
StrecL_?_j
tVVANTED. EXPERIENCED PLANING I
mill machli.e hand. DAVID iL lea |
A CO.. Twentieth and Main Streets. j
[W ANTED, TWoTi R.ST ~CLAdi. STEAM - ;
litters. Apply a- Ii- ?~C&A~ Room 3U1 |
Foster Building. 106 North Ninth j
Street._I
iWANTED. five-neat YOUNG MEN.
between 16 and _u years, big money,
and opportunity to travel. Call be?
tween 1 said ( F. 11 al ?0? East
Marshall. J. L. MAUP1N. Room *?_i
KnTELLIOENT YOUNG MaS OVER
eighteen, who can begin on very
?mall salary and work himself up
into a good position. Must be will?
ing ' to make himself a live wire
salesman. Age. experience, refer?
ences and salary expected in Bret
Igttar. C l?5. care_Tiines-Dlspatcli
KEN CARPENTER*), ft DAY; CLERI
eel -eli>, clerks lor all businesses.
oth?r help- Apply AMERICAN ,
l_\BOR BUREAU, 110 North Ninth j
Street_
Its'ANTED. REGlVfEKED OR REGIS- ]
tered assistant pharmacist. F 222,
care Timea-Pispatch._
biAIL CARIUERS; POST-OFFICtY
clerks wanted; few month; Ricnmondj
examinations November 6; freo coach-!
lag. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept.
iZh-?, Rochester. N. T.
M.u.ti*n0 laantxo, 9?aU
IIaaNTED, slTUATl6N~^iN OFFICE
with some ?rm or corporation or as
shipping clerk, by a young man 1?
years old; well educated, of good
habits, sober and industrious. For
information, appiv or write to w. G> :
SOMERV'ILLE, care Franklin Cai o i
Co.. City._
FOfcNG MAN WITH FAIR KNOWL
edge of business and eight years'
experience in general, uffice work 1
desires to make chant, in business.
Would like to make connection with
some live, progressive real eat ite.
brokerage or wholesale firm in sales
department. Address B 1?S. care
Times-Dispatch._
^XPERTENC ED RAILROAD MAN.
now Id the service of transportation
company, this city, desiies position
with factory or wholesale concern
aa traffic manager to l?<>k out for
railroad end of the business. Address
H It. rare Times-Dispatch._
PS9?OR?PHER WITH FIVE YEARS'
experience desir.-s position with an
Ai concern; go??d r<--fercnce?. Ad
dres: E 2*3. care Times-Dispatoh._
IROI^TEHED-PHARMACIST WANT*
position. Address C 1M. care Timea
Dlspatcb._
I* A NT ED. POblTION BY REGIS
tered assistant druggist, with eight
years' experience, and Al reference.
Address 8. B. P.. Box 16&, Kenbrldge.
Vs._
1EOISTERED PHARMACIST. thn
peers' experience, six yearn aa man?
ager, open for an engagement, clerk
sr manager; best of refer, nets. Ad
dress K *?*. care Times-Dispatch.
a ASff Kli.' GIRL ' "FBCTBKTWSI^
tog. Apply Engraving liepartment.
HTJXTER A CO.. INC. ?2S East Broad
Street.
feRKTHT Toi NG WOMAN Tir STAY
la erSIre: ksowl?ds? ?f strnoCr^i'hy
preferred. Age. expen<-t?r<- r. ?
races and salary exj>^ct<d on start
in first lrlter. C IM, i?r' Tinves
?rlspatcl'.
ItoVtiBii? Cl ntrt. ftmtlt
S?ner?
best r
.Ir^CE?'lA'DT'C?SlIlF.R AXT?
?al o*B?-e clerk d^strrs position
references. Addrr: s K221. care
T^gsss-Wssystew.
P^RIENCEf/ LADY CASHIER AND
.general >ifflr< clerk desires position,
'best references. Address F 121. care
Tissa a-Pia p? ich_
ART>3f>. prisiTU'm AS STstjfO?
rspher and a?si>tsnt bookkeoper:
Otroe res?' expei-tessee: good refer
swees. AdSreos p. a. W.. Room .a,
sfsrcbsnls- Bern rTsitdlng. CKy_ _
? EN" IN NEED Of A FT BMC STE
?ewrapber sr copying sr addressing
of any kind, < n Monroe te?l or
?sxdlson 411$--. OtBce 12WT Mctaal
?ffipF^trE^ED LADT aSXrEEBEFTCR,
I St^TMssrapher and ?-?-neral 4dars_4ilsifc
" rs sy??ltren. best roferencva Ad
*. ni. care TlTe^s-Dlssystcli^
dewier
S A xt\Cl5. ^?teftf?N' WTtrT SfiME
ex?rrt4rsce In sawnbredter's^_
?ess] ssaksry. AMtwmmm at ssce. X*
HUBKOBITZ, Newport Bews. Vs.
Hels, ft* r : n9 Jprtnatr
MKN AMlS" WOMEN W ANTKD^f^b
government positions: ISO month;
writ* for Hat of positions open,
FRANK UN INSTITUTS? Dspt 4M.
Rochester. M. T. i
^Wlurfsni, $mtwwiwiml
1 ^A^NTKuT^r'o'rffTiON '^AtT 'ftfMtjlt
in private family. MIS3 ROWZIK.
Indian Neck, Va.
IV* A nt K Dr position AM tXJffWmV?MM
, in a private family; two years' ex
j perience. MISS OOVKH, Round HU1.
! hiqh m rtootxTi: r? dvatb WKsfltRel
I a Virginia ceitiflcate wishes gov
I erno?B position; had two years' ex
I perleiiee In MHssacliusi'tls and Vir
I Kinla schools, best references. Au
. dresM Box 23. AsaonoL Mass._
agrnte C?antfD
AGents?sei.L I/.m'sy ' ?TAIN RE
i mover in your home town. Removes
I stains from any cloth without in?
jury to the fabric. Saves clothes,
line, money. Necessity in every
i I ).(,;<! Make bit profits. BsiSw
, Ml for large sample, prove its value
i und get special o-'fer a. - exclusive
! territory, a. e. haw ley co..
Norfolk. Vs.
I v? iMTgn, sftHsPef IF' KACH t/VM
I 'ty. Eastern Vlrtiiiila. to sell auto
1 inuti<- sr rapping paper prlaltera VIR
GINi A AUTOMATIC printer CO..
ttl National bank of Virginia Build -
int._
Mini
WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO know
that JAHNK*. BltOB.. Jewelers. ?I.
East Main Street, buy, sell, excoaage I
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUE
LATENT STYLES. OU go.J end ?11
vei tlwaya taken 'u exc.isngc._
Nation?) Bank of Virginia,
Richmond. Vs.. September 1. 1112.
NOT ICE? Til E NATIONAL BANK of
Virginia, located at Richmond, in the
e'tate ui Virginia, i? closing up 'te
affairs. AH nole-holdt-r? and otners,
creditors u( said association. are
hereby uotirled to present the notes
[ and other ilaims against said asso?
ciation f*r payment.
W. M. ALLISON. Cashier.
Dated at Richmond. Va.. Aug. 30. 1312.
FOB RENT, AN UPRIGHT PlAMO IN
tairly good tune. Can be seen at 207
East Cary Street. Terms reasonable.
I Phone Madiscn 47?-J_
wanted, general foundry and
machine work. RICHMOND MA
CHINE WOliKS, JSC. _ _
'dk. OTTO MEYER.' ANALYTICAL AND
consulting chemist, has moved his
Ubo-dory to 1301 East Malu Street.
: IDEAL ventilator CO. " PHONE
Monroe 1402.
! Su0inf0fl Opportuntttt-0
ii&YrZRKT?ti ? notice"? WeUa^s
loaned more than one million dollars I
j to huy homes. $7.50 per month, plus j
5 per cent simple interest on yearly |
balances, pays for each $1,000 bor- i
I rowed. Owning a lot as security *s |
j not necessary. We also have attrac
I live investment for your ssvings. ;
! Write or call on the STANDARD !
home COMPANY. ?12 Mutual Build- |
j in?. Richmond. Va._|
[HUBSCHIPTTONfi WANTED FOR ?15,
0u0 ?, per cent five-year first mort?
gage bonds. Issue of ?3.000, ?15.000;
already subscribed; security ??o,vov j
desirable real estate. Address C
I -07. care Times-Dispatch.
j wanted! ? PARTNER WHO IS A
; good gaTesman. with four or five !
! hundred dollars, to take charge and ,
I manage a growing business. Money
can be doubled in a few months. Ad
I dress F 33?. care Times-Dispatch,
IA YOUNG. MAN (SINGLE) DESIRES
! a home for an indefinite period on a
large far: . with a view of learning 1
fanning, stockraislng or fruit cul
[ t ire, is willing to pay liberal board j
and to furnish references. Answer.
i giving fun particulars. B 172. care
i t nits-Dispatch.
I Jdoulrr-, ?r*0 ano EtDr Met
i PIGEON5??CAUNEAUX ^A$?D~ BIO
Cresjsep for squabs. Prices right;
circular free. SIDENY -JOHNSON. I
B<jydton. Va. 1^_
I rXJR^?LE.-"CHEAP. SEVstKl^-l^TVE
f fine single-comb whlt?_ Leghorns j
! (Wykoff strain I. consisting/of roost
I crs. hens, pullets and cockerels.
WOODLAND HEIGHTS- POULTRY
YARD, Twenty-fourth -Street and ]
I Semnies Avenue. South - Richmond. .
Vs. Phone Madison 557?. ..._I
F?R SA LE, THOROL"GHBRtD COL
I lie puppies, two months old; sable
and white markings: males and fe?
males. H. M. WILKERSON. Fulton ;
Hill, Richmond. Va._
WANTED, TO SELL BULL PUPS; \
tine stock. Apply 241? Carrlngton
Strew*.
j Stral Cistatr fnjbilt
i ro? S?tJ^ OU ?hp the~tew
! choice corner lots cast of the Boule
! vard. 2slxl7P feet; cheapest on the
I market: excellent terms. Madison
I 1IS7. Monroe 29M-L
IFOR SALE. IN AMELIA, 142-ACRE
j :arm, three miles from depot. The
I soil is heavy grass and gra'n land
Tnerc is a _uud eight-room dwelling
. on the place; also stable and feed
! l>arn and several tobacco barns.
! Price. ?3.e<?0 Terms easy. Address
w. F. TOWA'ES. Amelia. Va._
>OR SALE. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
> one to five acres land, on Seven
Pirns car line. Will seU cheep to
quick buyer.. Address F ?23, care
I Times-Dispatcfa._
! WAN'. --IDTto VeuTiL* A WHOLE. OR
i will divide, six acres in western sec
i tion of city, suitable for factory sites
I on railroad, within f <w blocks of
j city limits and car line. Price, ?2.
j 50? per acre Terms: One-third cash,
j balance e?r.y payments If desired.
City will soon be built up past the
property. 1*. care Times- Dlepatch.
for SALE. XlGirr ACRES NEAR
I Westhami'tnn. 1.f?<><? dollars; lots of
I finit trees: good spring snd branch:
on automobile- road H 12. careTlmes
I Dispatch.
r ?T'sAcrTTFTcT:^y"?wT^r central
brick property; ?5.??* cash required:
I 1? pe r cent net return, extraordinary
' value: must realize H 14. care
Times-Dispatch._
; for-SALE SMALL FARM. ONE AND
a baif miles f.om Cbarlotteeville, Vs.
Address H. 512 West Main Street.
CharlottcsvTile. Va
\U*\ ?*UU WiTilst
WANTED. TT? EXCHg>?>E SPLsSNDID
WsKhinamn ln<-?me-j>rodw?-ing prep
? rtv f?r imrtf residence In Richmond,
or will take large Virginia farm
Write us for list of investments, also
Urge- li?t "t prop- Mien for exchange
R.VLLUU. A I.ANHAM. INC. 112?
Net? \orh Avenue. N. W, wask
It -ton. D. C._
LJaTT your /alms* with j. A ooh
NELLY Mt CO Write pegtgl L?r eee
eeasry blanks__^^_____^^_
HeV'wEST 'GRACE STREET. BOOM?
and board].
DESIR ABLE R? x > M. WITH BOARD;
also table board. 4SI East Orace.
P E R M A KKST. TRANSIENT AMD
table beards re. ae; East Franklin.
MRS P. P CAHHKAL,_
VISITORS TO THE FAIR. BOARD AND
lodging SP4 East Clay.
WANTED. OENTLEHEN OR OOTJPLK
te room end beard: alee takte beard
*re. ?124 Ms never Avemaa. -
PLEAS A NT ROOMS ?ND QOtVT* BOARD
for gentlemen private family. H
?4?. csre 7imew-r?T?-atck_
WANTfCDTTWO OR THESE GENTT-P
men fee brtgnt ssstksrs eaite; abpe
few table bay da re IPS Went Marks.
?K-HnjmjwI a*c J%wf%w%*w%\ B#t#|k *%%\\\Wm
'DAILY PUZZLES!
What plant?
A.\SWEK TO IKVI KHOAl'S pi ItLtC
Hop!
fit feal' j
st?T?KC . CUS? " jrJaa, oICi cVi-?,' KKW ?
?&d sscond-liawd: repaying of all
hinds TOMPKiNy. 3:-T Waat Broad.
- OR SALE. ONE LOCOMOTIVE TYPE \
boiler. lli-horsepower; eight-foot
furnace, will take long alao; fully
?uuipped _W. (*T FORBES * CO._ [
FOR SALE CHEAP, ALL *wNOS OF i
second-band mechanical tools; also
trunks ai.d suit cases Apply to
ELnNLP. BROS., lit* East Main
Street. Pawnbrokers._I
-"?R SALE. FIRST-CLASS HOISTING
engine and steam roller. Apply _Ul
East JTanal Street._ j
FOR WAGONS-GO TO RICHAHDSON
RROfc.. sis Brook Avenue. Painting.
repairing: and rubber-tire work.
LOOK! LISTEN!?ONE HIGH-GRADE '
canopy top phateon. 1(0, one rubber- J
tired top buggy 14", one rubber-tired
runabout, $30. and several wagons.
A. MEYER'S SONS. 131 East Cary |
street._,
DOUBLE-CYLINDER. DOUBLE-FRIC
tlon drum hoisting engine; 40-horae
power gasolene engine, kerosene and
gasolene engines, various sizes. Con?
dition guaranteed. I. BDC FORD A
CO.. 1S38 East Cary StreeL_
SEE Dl FOR EVERYTHING THAT 13
new and stylish in buggiee. We can
save you money. A. MEYER'S SONS,
731 East Cary Street.
?E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL
line ol trucks, top and open wagons.
Let us show you oar line. Lowest
prices. A. MEYER'S sons. 731 East
Cary Street.
ENGELS HOTEL. OPPOSITE UNION
Station, Washington. D. c. Not much
money required; good reasons for
selling: doing a good business. For
particulars address ENGEL'S HOTEL.
Washington. D. C.
FOR SALE. FIRST-CLASS LATROBE
cheap. Apply TIT East Grace Phone
Monroe 3407-J._
LOT OF WOOD FOR SALE. APPLY |
at once Thirty-second and P Streets;
slso two carpets._
? Rooms fn Brnt
?f\VO~ OR KfB?SX" CONNECTINf?
rooms; use of bath; hot and cold
water; few steps from ear line. 5
Davis Avenue
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH OR
without hosrd. 718 East MarshalL_
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
THE ROANOKE. 114 North Eighth.
Hexrt of Richmond.
two large COMMUNICATING !
rooms; private bat?, hall, s West
Franklin._
I VISITORS to THE FAIR can FIND
nice comfortable rooms, meals If
desired, at 407_North Eleventh Street.
two-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS j
for rent in Ginter Park. C lit, care .
Times-Dispatch._ j
-OR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED
front room, with private bath. Ap- !
ply 2_d-A South Third Street._4
VISITORS TO THE~FAIR. DESIRABLE \
furnished rooms, 814 East Clay.
ROOMS FOR NURSES: HEAT. PHONE
and batb. MRS. RUSSELL, 121?
s'loyd Avenue,_
For rent, one nice, furnisheo
room, suitable for two gentlemen, at
521 North Fifth Street-_
nicely FURNI8HED~rooms. 914
PBjgs Clay Street.
Ctiintr?
FURS fTU R E^VA^ft ED?W ILlT" BUT
household goods of any kind sad
any smounL Phone Madison tSSS.
WANTED. TO BUT FOR CASH. |
household goods in sap quantity.
Phone Msdtsos asst._
WANTED. BRASS CASTINGS DAILY.
RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS. IRC
AUTOGRAPH LETTERS BOUGHT.?
Highest cash price paid for auto?
graph letters by famous people.
V. rite me before selling elsewhere.
Prompt cash for every purchase. P.
F. MADIGAN. 501 Fifth Avenue. New
TsrB._'
WANTED, OLD MACHINERY. IRON.
bra*.?. rubber, country mixed rags.
j bones, etc.; best cash prices. SOUTH?
ERN WRECKING AND METAL CO..
I Madison ItSA ItSS-SeSS Williams- ,
burg Avenue _
pTTBwtta.f
, M^LlNE Of ORll^fAlTRUGS~ANt5 j
carpets just received. My price
arc far -?low other competitors. "
, beautiful collection of hand-made j
laces, embroidered linens ; nd novel?
ties on hand Give me s call, over [
ready to wait on you and plsa
i yon. A. G- VARID, 217 North Fifth
Street.
DL. LEWIS E GUT. DENTIST. FOR
merly of Norfolk, wants the public to
know that his dental parlors sre at
114 Borth F-fth' Street, the Prnfee
1 sional Building. Phono Monroe EBB.
LESSER, THE LADIES* TAILOR,
the only one la tewa who makes s
specialty of altering all kinds of
ladies' garments into the latest
I fashions Every garment altered is
say establishment is done under my
personal supervision. Prices very
j moderate sad work satisfactory.
The Bskrtgs Apartments, corner
Hsrrtson sad Franklin. Phone
Madison 4-23. I
HUMAN It AI it BOUGHT AND
_ at Hl.GH'CfU*. 2ss North "**.lrw
??HEB in need OP PCskTlC STB
nosraphrr phon* Monroe II-.
lkf, C-Hri MB iflsft
-I >T PHONE TO ME "WHEN T?X-'
need wood sr cooX I sell (he free
eurr.lng kind: it gives best, and you
don't ksv? the worry trying to get
s quick sseaa It takes coal a ad less
time. Try me leSwB, The Rood
Man. aUdbsoa l?7n,_
IcoLD WEATHER IS COMING. ORDER
your wood by the loan* sad save re
tailors' p-odt. Phone Monroe 212?
PLACE TOCB ORDER WITH CS FOB
foot, as era kaidle tne seat aatara
srte W splint, sad Fire Crook
cosi; aase try a mad of oar pine aad
oak wood, wasch le dry sad ?isr
ahelter TTIJER A RYAN. 1SS1 West
Cmrj Btrssc Ms sal I a ltTs. "
?altatH?n in Richmond with ia-*>ni
srs. Sfters years* experience satis?
factory raffs rs aces s H EVAN*.
Psteat Attsraey. Box ft?. R ehmes?.
va?
Work Well Advanced for Open?
ing of Big Show on Mon?
day Morning.
Petersburg fay ma the Slate Fair i
to be declared a holiday in~thc- Cockad
City by Mayor Cameron, and many
business houses ax well as the munici?
pal depart in?, tils will suspend uuik tit
order that employes may make the
trip to Richmond. May: Camel 01.
un?l practically Liu entire City Council
Will be on iiaiid. and will be met and
entertained in Richmond by Governor
Maun, Mat or Aluslic and members <j[
the Richmond Council. The klaget ear
and HIIIWay companies aie preparing
special accotumodaHons to handle the
crowd which is expected from Peters?
burg.
The two companies of Liiited States
cavalry fioin Kort Myer, which are to
give drills sa Ih- l air Grounds, will
arrive in the city to-day and march
directly to their camp site inside the
fair enclosure. Horses /or the races
are arriving by evey train, and by to?
morrow there will be an almost per?
fect fair set up. Fifty-five county di?
rectors, whn arc to assist State Demon?
strator T. f> Sandy In the arrangement
of the count> exhibits, arrived in Rich?
mond yesterday afternoon to take
charge of the exhibits which are com?
ing in hourly.
Headquarters was moved to the faic
from the Mutual Building yesterday af-:
ternoon, so that Manager Warwick and'
his assistants may be on the scene of
action. The administrative department
has its headquarters under the grand
stand Orders for boxes and seats arid
all inquiries must now be telephoned to1
the Fair Grounds. Th;-re will be no;
work to-morrow on the grounds, but
no one will be admitted without a pass.;
TEACHERSTO HAVE
SATURDAY CLASS
Richmond College Will Give
Professional Training Dur?
ing Season.
Continuing its policy of Saturday!
classes for teachers in the public!
schools, Richmond College will give six.
courses during tbe coming season, be?
ginning to-day. All the studies have!
been accredited by tbe State Board of1
Education, and 300 hours of this work,
distributed as required by the board,
will entitle the teacher to the profes?
sional certificate, good for five years.
The advantage to the teacher in this
city is saving of expense by taking a
professional course at home, and the
fact that the work may be done in
cooler months than is the case with
those wbo wait for the summer.
Teachers wbo take tbe course will
register with President F. W. Boat
wrigt, at his office, or with Professors
J. C Metealf. T. W. Lewis or W. A.
Montgomery. No teacher may take
more than four courses in any ons ses?
sion.
Courses and hours for the season sre
as follows: Child study, from 9 to 3:50
A. m-. by Professor Lewis; algebra,
from 9:59 tori0:40 A. m-. by Professor
Galnes: elements of supervision, 10:40
to ii:30 A. x.: by Professor Lewis; his?
tory. 11:30 A. M. to 12:29 P. M.. by
Professors Woodhouse and Anderson:
American literature, 12:20 to 1:10 P. M-,
Professors Metealf and Van Landing
ham: Latin. 1:1? to 2 P. BL, Professor
Montgomery. ,. j
IMPORTANT CHANGE IN 8CHKDTLE 1
R., F. g P. R- R
<*>mmer,cir.g Monday. O-toher 7th. train
No. n will leave Washington 3:S P. M.
week days (instead of 9:m P. Ml, arriving
Richmond 4:10*P. H. Instead Of SM P. M.
Parlor and dining car service.
'.Advertisement.)
Rosm0 CtUntrD
vvAN^bT~lBY>' ~COUPLE?~TvYd ??
three furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: state terms. D 232.
care Times-Dispatch. j
YOUNG MAN HOTEL CLERK WISHES
room in a private family; West End
preferred. "X" care Tlmee-Dlspatch.
GENTLEMAN WISHES ROOM WITH
respectable Jewish family: state con?
veniences fcnd terms. Address F
335. care Times-Dispatch._
wanted, three or four rooms
(fur. ished; for light housekeeping
by young couple Address, stating
location and renL C 193. care Times
Dispatch._^^^^
I fl*ts fwz Rrttt
MgL mWK' o f MM. taJW"jsfVinfll
Western flat, six rooms cacb. at 1714
Hanover avenue, at ?33.33 a month,
and they are something extra nice.
See PR INK ARD. 423 1-2 North Sixth.
Smi. Oitntra
WAITED ROOM ~aXd~~BOARI)":'^CEN
tral location. H 11, care Times-Dis?
patch. _
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^PHUK" REPAIRING
let REBATE IP Yt * BRING SHOE*
vitn this coiapori. Mea a shoe* haif
eaied. .*<_ rebated te *<c . ladlee'
half lafMaj *eo. rcaeted te wPr. Every
pan atwrd. best lea teer. no aatla ae
pegs Me.img IXC. DREWS ELEC?
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Main. Pnoae Monroe X&9X.
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watekas 4M Maey Terk regia N. P.
JAPOSM ? SON. >? .1? Merck Mat*
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS.
wholesale and retail C B HATNMS
\ m 43Du I?1 Wen? abMSM.
. R-RNrTTRE AMD CHINA PACK IMG.
I WC PACK AXI? JGHP FX'RXTrT'HJb
care ?BP? *_JACOB I'MLAIT. 1?P?
Weet Bread Street, "Pkes*
The Tremendous Business
In Our Boys' Department
Shows conclusively that the buying public of this community
is most discerning as to where the best opportunities are
offered them. Nothing in the city to compare with these ele?
gant stocks, the immense variety and nothing to touch our
values in any of the lines.
Knickerbocker and Norfolk Suits, $2.40 and up to $14.50
Russian and Sailor Suits, $3.95 and up to $9.75.
Reefers and Overcoats, $2.95 and up to $13.50.'
Girls' Polo Coats, $8.00 and up to $15.00.
Boys' and Girls' Headwear, in outclassing assortments,
styles and values, 48c to $3.50.
BURK & COMPANY
Main and Eighth Street?.
Eighteen Carriers Away from Work
c
Twelve on Furloughs, Six in Bed,
So Mail Service Isnt Up
to Usual High Mark.
"There's a time and a place for
kicking," aaid Postmaster Edgar Allan.
Jr., yesterday as he Angered a letter
complaining of tardy delivery of mall,
"but I do not think this is the time, and
I have my doubts about It being the
place for registering kicks about the
mail service. Listen:
"Twelve of our carriers are on fur?
loughs, six are off duty on account of
illness, ths delivery routes tor the en?
tire city are being changed and re?
vised, the whole force is working over?
time getting ready for the transfer to
the new building. Richmond merchants
have just swamped the October maila
with some 150.000 tills to be delivered
on one day. and the local malls sre
congested as they have never been be?
fore. Aside from these little things,
our system is working fine.
"Seriously, our mail delivery system
is strained just now to the breaking
point, but we are working under dif?
ficulties that the average citizen can?
not appreciate. I have here on my
desk complaints of alow mail, tardy
delivery and the like from a number of
people, and the complaints are doubt?
less well founded. I would, however.
> -
Ilk* to* people to understand the
handicaps on the department at this
time and to realise that we promise
Richmond the quickest and the best
mall service la the country as soon as
the removal to the new building- is ef?
fected, and the carriers return from va?
cation and the hospitals"
The custom of mailing all bills on
the first of the month nearly swamps |
the delivery service. Postmaster AI- j
lan admitted that the Irate Citizen
was not kicking: because his grocery
bill was not delivered on October 1!
or because his wife's millinery ac
count had not arrived In time for
him to settle it Wednesday morning.
The service is struggling along In the
face of big obstacles, but the kinks
will be straightened out before many
weeks
The task of re-routing the city is in
itself enough to hamper the speedy de?
livery of mail, as the carriers must
be allowed some time to become fa?
miliar with the new routes assigned
them. With eighteen carriers off duty
at one time, there are eighteen inex?
perienced men doing the work and
naturally doing It slower than the
regulars. Mr. Allan asks for a little
patience on the part of the public and
promises ample returns in the char?
acter of the service which will be
; given when the force Is on its feet
again.
All Aspects of Its Culture and
Treatment Will Be Shown
at Fair. '
I
I C- F.. Koontz, principal of the Agri
' cultural High School, at Burkeville,
I came to the city yesterday to install at
the Stattj Fair perhaps the most com
' plete exhibit of alfalfa in the country,
t Its collection has been the work of
: months, snd the history of 2,000 years
and the resources of two continents
! have been ransacked to make it sec?
ond to none. Its existence has been
kept quiet until the present moment. j
The exhibit will contain a digest of
the history of alfalfa growing. It will
have specimens of pet haps forty dif
' ferent varieties of the plant, from all
parts of the globe. The growth will bo
shown at various Flages, and its de?
velopment will be traced from "the
! seed to the final result. Even in this
year of drought, Mr. Koontz has learn -
l ed of one yield of five tons to the acre
from three cuttings.
Inasmuch as securing seed is Im?
practicable in this State, advice is
given as to selection.
; Among the subjects treated are his
! tory. planting, inoculation, methods
? cutting, curing, storing and hay. feed
i ing value compared with other feeds,
i common diseases and what can De told
i by the color of alfalfa. Some Virginia
j acre yielda are shown, and the varieties
' are exhibited in pot culture.
! The idea has been to demonstrate
: everything which the grower should
j know about this feed- It is a subject
! in which the people of Virginia are I
j coming greatly Interested.
MAYOR'S CABINET
! Ill HEALTH OFFICE
j _
I
; Systematic Inspection of Depart?
ments of City Government
Is Being Made.
Member* of the Mayor's Cabinet were!
the guests of Chief Health Offleer E.
C. Levy yesterday afternoon In an In-i
?pect!on of the Health Department at
the City Hall. The cabiaet is snaking
a systematic tour of Inspection of the
I more important departments of the
: city with a view of ;amiliarlzing the'
' \arlous onlcisls with the work and;
Peculisr problem* ?Ith wMatJ all hsve>
, to contend. It was agreed that by
. ?u?-b Interchange of Information the
' rwst plan of mutual co-operation could
b? inaugsratru' Dr. Levy explained
to some detail tb? svstrm of opera?
tion o' bis oftl< ?-. mrmlwn of the cast
r,- : taklna* srwisl interest In the wall
charts and maps shot* Ing th. location
snd number of ?H case* of rontaartoaa
dtoeave?. an?" thr i.nmber and location
sad cause* of deaths in the city dar?
in? the year. Comparative figure* for
the ration* diseases snd comparative
d'aih *tetl?tt<~*. with Information as to
the aurtftrstinn or the milk supply
sanitary ln?pe<tlon of premise*, snd
other efforts of the Health Department
to lower the m- nail-7 rate and pro?
vide more heslthful conditions were
I explained. Members of the cabinet
i expnsai 4 the highest approval of the
! a; stetna' ic and effict' nt manner In
I which the dopsTtwient is being condact
[?JA
VwaXFTM and clav
mmm ? a m to ? r.
CORN CLUB YOUTH
HIS 163 BUSHELS
Raised It in One of Dry est
Counties in Year of Drought.
Record May Be Broken.
I While the reports of the corn club
boys in Virginia are not yet at band.
Demonstration Agent T. O. Sandy has
found that one boy has made a yield
of l?3 bushels on his acre. Tbe name
and the county are not yet ready to
be announced.
Tbis is regarded as remarkable, in
view ot the summer-long drought,
which cut down crops in every quar?
ter. Tbe boy referred to lives in one
of tbe counties where practically no
rain fell while the corn waa making.
There may. of course, be others who
will pass that figure.
Last year a Dlnwiddie County boy
raised 1C7 bushels on his acre of
griund, tbis being the State record
to this time. It may be surpassed in
1912. in spite of the most serious
drought known in years.
Taking it aU in all. Mr. Sandy as
1 serfs that the farm exhibits at the
State Fair will constitute the best
showing of Virginia agriculural re?
sults snd possibilities ever assembled
, in tbis State It is a revelation even
to him.
PATRON'S DAT AT WAK EF I ELD.
Large Crewd Attestate Iatere-ttag Ex?
creta*- at High SekreeL
I. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. ]
Wakefleld. Vs.. October 4.?The
Wakefield Higb School observed Pat
rons'Day here to-day with a large
crowd of patrons in attendance. Tbis
morning there were addresses by Pro?
fessor J. H. Bin ford, of the Co-opera?
tive Education Association, and by
Superintendent EdvAards and Profes?
sor Lincoln, of tbe bigb school, while
a splendid entertainment was rendered
by tbe children of the primary grade,
under tbe direction of Mies Brent The
School Improvement Lespro? served
dinner on the grounds, and In the af?
ternoon there was a debate by the
high school pupils and a ball game be?
tween Wakefleld and Dendron. The
school league, under the presidency
of Mrs. J. W. Presson Is In a flourish?
ing condition and will undertake much
work for the Improvement of the
school during the present session.
C smeeees try tike Seaee.
TSpecial to The Tlnvs-Dispatrh 1
Raleigh. K. CL October 4.?Ckarter
was issued to-day for the Carolina
Hotel Company, of Greensboro capital.
si?9.?>9 authorised and subscribed, by
J. p Senders. Greensboro. T. A. Greene.
Spartanburg.* S. C-. and W. C. Petty.
Charlotte.
There was also a domesticating fo
the Granite Hall Farm Corporation of
Virginia: capital. $S?.**V j r pas
chaJl. president. The corporation is
a Richmond concern.
?ALK? KALE
IM THE Hot NT A INS.
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
Resident physician. Tonic and
Curative baths. Special diet k'tcben.
Lassies la Bssailiy awd W<
An Ideal place during the I
and winter months
Under same manage meat as
?SIKH HALL,
armer?? c*ry. B. JL
September Sa 1912, Cataiogu-s at
peak stores er from 'he principal
SCSIE P. MORRIS
111? West A'
nattim Mil, frtntt Btf*
By Virginia Auction Co.,
616 East Broad
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS. NOTIONS,
SCALES, FLOOR SHOWCASES.
STORE FIXTURES. WOOD, COAX*
HORSE, WAGON. HARNESS, LI
SENSE. ETC.. AT AUCTION.
We will sell for W. E. Collier, who
is declining business,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7.
st 3 P. M. sharp,
*t 3227 O Street, corner Thirty-third
Street, an excellent, up-to-date and
clean stock of Groceries. Canned and
Bottled Goods, ail kinds of Shelf Goods,
two Silent Salesman Showcases, two
Counter Showcases, Shelving*. Bins,
Scales. Brass Lamps, good stock Dry
Goods. Notions. Gent's Furnishings.
School Supplies, several corde Sawed
Wood. Coal, one good Work Horss, one
Top Wagon, lot Harness. Push Cart.
License, etc
Sale positive. TERMS: Cash.
_VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.
By E A. Catlin de Co..
Real Estate Auctioneers.
1? North Eighth Street.
AUCTION SALE
OF
30 ACRES OF LAND. MORE OR LESS.
IN FAIR FIELD DISTRICT. HEN
RICO COUNTY, NEAR THE NINE
MILE ELECTRIC ROAD. FORMER?
LY OWNED AND OCCUPIED BY
SILAS MAYO. COLORED.
By virtue of decrees of ths Circuit
Court of Henrico County. In the suit
of "Lucy Neal et als. vs. Louisa Mayo
et als.," the undersigned special com?
missioners will offer for sale, in front
of the Henrico Courthouse, on
OCTOBER 8. 1912.
at 12 o'clock M-.
the land above referred to.
This land is easy to cultivate, sus?
ceptible to Improvement, and Is easily
accessible to the city, being near the
electric line, and should attract the at?
tention of persons either desiring A
home or Investment.
TERMS: One-third cash, and the resi?
due in equal payments on a credit of
one and two years, the purchaser to
give notes for deferred payments, bear?
ing <nterest, and the title to be re?
tained until all th? purchase money
he paid; or all cash, at the option of
the purchaser.
EDGAR B ENGLISH.
JOHN H. GUT,
Special Commissioners.
I, Samuel P. Waddill. clerk of ths
Henrico Circuit Court, do certify that
the bond required of the special com?
missioners in the above styled cause
has been duly given.
SAMUEL P. WADDILL.
_Clerk.
Sale of Valuable Manuraetnrtng Plant at
Altavista, Va.?By virtue of two Seeds of
trust, besting data of August L MIL sad
April It, 1913, and duly recorded la the
Campbell County clerk'a office, the aader
signed will sell at public auction, on the
premises, on Fridey. October 18. Hit. st tt
o'clock A. it., the plant of ths Consolidated
Furnitur* Works. Including factory sad
office buildings and land attached thereto,
machinery, franchise*, patents, office furni?
ture snd fixtures, manufactured gooda,^
chlnery and supplies and material on
aa a whole or In parcels to suit porch
Terms: Cash, but mors liberal terms ess
b* obtained upon reasonable conditions. A.
G. Bell. Altavlata. Va.; W. H. Ooold. ?.
K. Caskla. A. B. Perev. Lvnehbnra. Taw
tvral C?tatt
??COLLECTION OP RENTS AND THE
RENTAL BUSINESS OUR
SPECIALTY."
McVeigh &gunn j
Will Exchange
12?Ji brick investment property for
eight or nine-room house in the Went
End. ' See
D. N. WALKER It CO..
No. l Mutual Building.
tm?i
TaJkK^H~AtvD ROMA^ BATH^
1
nrrr-K.* r+-?,.
THE JEFFERSON
RkJuiKMbd, Vsw
The most magnificent hotel !n the
South. European plan. Rooms single
and en suite, with and without bathe.
Spacious sample rooms.
CMS
ELEVENTH AND ?LAY
Open daily from 1 - A. M. to * P. ML
Admission. I Sc. "*-ee ea Saturdays*.
9prrttn?0
"NOTICE'
Southern Railway Company.
Richmond Vs.. Sept. 1?. 1912
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of Southern Railway
Company, for the purpo_e of eleeSfBsT
directors and for the trans* tlog of
euch other business as may be
brought before ih* meetlnr. win be
h?-ld at th? p Incipsl ofgre of the
i-ompiBT i-i the c'tv of Richmond.
Va. en Tu. day. October L MSB. *t
11? oVlorh A. M
The ?toc-k transfer books, both
common and pref. rred. will be e*
at 12 r>' ocg Seam, en rd*r. gpp
tember :I. 191; and will be r*oe>e?ed
St 1? odors. A M. on Tifnilfaj.
i ?Vfnber 9. 1512.
R D LA.\n.PORD.
_ Secretary._
? special r?MMt'NICATioM
VW of the Richmond Randolph
/W i.?*1?e. No. i?. Ancient. Tree and
Accepted Masons, win be held THIS
?satu-dayt APTERMOOM. October a
1912. at 2 octeck, in the Masons' SMIL
Franklin mreeL to pay the last sad
tribute of respect to oor bate visiISMM
brother. Robert Wler.
Members of sfcstir lodges are fssv
ternally inettod to attend
By order of the Hester
W. a. CLARKE, JR..
i a Called commt^mscatWI
TV of Amity I ? H*? No TL A- P.
A M. will b* hojd I? the
Tew pie. corner edssss and
Streets. SATI'RD.fT. .*tob*v L*M U:
A. M skarp to ai iSssBl
serrate of Bsr*tker John
terser** wilt w at W*

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