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i and Marshall.
Co., ?11 E. Marshall St.
P. 8. Hatches*, Ssosnd Markst?
A. Eichel es Ca., Sixth mad Marshall.
Martin * Martin, 41? N. Sixth.
J. M. Hulcher, 2 W. Leigh.
J. J. Suttsslln, Ml Braeat Avenue
V. L. nerd. ?M Brook As
H. F. WsJehasj, Sit Braak Avenue.
JL B. Yearns*. 704 W. Bread.
R. H. Hawks, TO W. Bread.
J. M. Timberlaka, 81? W. Clay.
C H. Pl.gemen, 101? W. Bread.
Lara Markst, 1847 W. Bread.
Allison Street Market, Allisen and Breed.
J. J. Collins. 1500 W. Bread.
Robertson Street Market, 404 N. Robertson.
Gee. B. Bliley, Lombardy and Main.
A. J. Staude. 1200 W. Main.
J. A. Bradshaw. 201 S. Cherry.
J. F. E. Steinmann, 339 S. Laurel.
A. Feitis, 11? E. Main.
Fettle * Feitig, 1001 N. Twenty-fifth St.
J. F. Mitchell, 007 W. Clay.
F. R. WheJton, 321? W. Cary.
BraUrtf Grocery Co., Main Street.
? Street Market, 2101 W. Main.
Monroe Grocery Co.. 318 W. Bread.
B. Martin, 2300 W. Main.
Fore Feed Market, 2000 W. Mein.
O. C. Denton, 1001 Beverly.
D. Richardson, 230 S. Lombardy.
UUraan Bras., S. Richmond, 1215 Hull St.
R. C. Broaddue, S. Richmond, 11th ?t Hull.
Jenes dt Clements, S. Richmond, 2321 Hull.
Nunnally A Bra., S. Richmond. 1120 Hull.
J. W. Trevilllan, S. Richmond, 2*th St WulL
D. J. Halloren, Twenth-ninth and Broad..
W. M. Whitehurst, 511 N. Twenty-seventh.
Parker Bras., Twenty-sixth end Leigh.
Acme Grocery Co., MO W. Main.
W. R. Blnns. W. Broad.
Goo. McD. Blake, 00 Broad St.
J. A. Bradshaw, 201S. Cherry.
Brood Street Market. 822 W. Bread.
J. R. Chines. 201 W. Lolch.
R. L. Christian A Co., 810-018 E. Main.
J. H. Coleman, 125 W. Dural.
F. A. Fulton, 3010 W. Taylor.
J. E. Eubank, 2823 E. Breed.
R. W. Gary, 510 E. Marshall.
C. H. Hasan, 519 N. Seveatheenth.
Hay A West. 5 and 7 N. Sixth.
D. J. Halloren, Twenty-ninth and Breed.
Hancock's Market, 2211 W. Main.
Goo. A. Hundley, 514 E. Brood.
Jacob's Grocery Co.. 508 N. Ninth.
W. G. Mshons, 812 Brook Avenue.
McCarthy A Heynes, 810 E. Broad.
Model Grocery A Most Mkt., 427 W. Broad.
J. J. Rsnklin, 29 S. Pine.
A. Rothschild, 807 E. Marshall.
A. Rothschild, 411 N. Harrison.
Joe Scheib. 318 N. Second Street.
Hermann Schmidt, 804 E. Brood. ,
Mrs. R. J. Smith. 500 Wood Street.
H. C. Taylor, 2501 E- Brood.
The Union Merket, 8 N. Addison.
S. UUman, 313 N. Sixth.
S. UUman's Son, 588 E. Marshall.
A. J. Wsrren. 415 5. Sixth.
W. S. Russell, 480 S. Laurel.
C. B. Woelley, 2001 W. Main St.
F. H. Gerber, 3918 WiHiamsburg Avenue.
Manufactured by ARMOUR & COMPANY, Chicago.
TO AID COMMITTEE
Chairman Mitchell Urges Prompt
Decision on Memorial
REPAIRS PROVE COSTLY
American Locomotive Company
Presents Bill of $966.80 for
Although there were ton* hours or
discussion both In a subcommittee and
later ia the Committee em Roller of
the Poor yesterday afternoon. little
progress was made toward solving
the problem of providing a proper city]
hospital Cbairnaaa Welsh at the1
subcommittee reported that the trus
tees of the Charlotte William? Cor
I poration. owning the Memorial HoepI
[ tal. wore) willing- to renew the offer
made to the old Council to donate
that building; and alte to the city on
the condition that the city will take,
! up a mortgage of 1*0.000. The build?
ing is valued at from $260.000 to
$300.000. The subcommittee is charged
to report whether in its judgment It is
more advisaible to make extensive im?
provement* at tha City Bom*; to ac?
quire some hospital already erected,
auch as the Memorial, or to purchase
a lot and erect a new and modern city
hospital. Tha only action of the full
committee was to recommend to the
Council a special appropriation of $25a
for employment of an architect to ad?
vise with the committee as to the com.
parattrs coat of tba three propositions.
Some bitterness developed In the de?
bate. Mr. Umlauf showing open oppo?
sition ta acceptance of the Memorial
offer. while Obalmian Mitchell thought
I the subcommittee should go fully into
tha matter and enable the Council to
give to the Charlotte Williams Corpo?
ration a definite answer, either accept?
ing or rejecting a proposition which
has bow been before the Council with?
out any definite action for more than
a year. j
?saw Con* of Hrpaara, j
The committee also discussed at j
some length a bill from the American
Locomotive Company of $9*6.80 for re?
pairs to the automobile ambulance, the
chassis of which was recently shipped
to the company's works at Providence
to be overhauled. Among the itema
was one of 6(7 boars* time, amounting
to $50O.S5s which the committee con?
sidered excessive. It developed that
no preliminary estimate had been sub?
mitted of the cost of the repairs. The
old committee purchased a new ambu?
lance from the same oompany. and
when that was delivered, ordered the
old one put in order, the represents-;
tlves of the company offering to do
certain of the work without cost The
bill went over to enable the chairman
and auditor of the committee to con?
sult practical automobile men as to the
reasonableness of the various itemized I
Electoral Board of Henrico
County Chooses Officers for
The electoral board of Henrico coun?
ty. *which will meet this morning In
the county courthouse to make firfal
arrangements for holding the general
election Tuesday, has selected the offl- j
ciala for the seventeen polling places
under its Jurisdiction. The board will
mail final instructions to these offi?
cers this morning.
In speaking of the complexity of
the ballot yesterday. T. C- Kuffin. sec?
retary of the board, said that it would
only be necessary for voters to scratch
the names of the four candidates fori
president and vice-president, for whom
they do not want to vote. In order
to cast a vote for the favored candi?
date. The names of the electors, which I
foliow those of the party candidates,
need not be touched so long as the
voter indicates his choice for presi?
dent aad vice-president.
The list of election officers by pre?
cincts Is given below. The three first
names are those of judges, while the
two >sst mentioned are clerks.
Wbitlock's?Jobs T. Whitiock. J. W.
Hughes. B A. Watklns, J. P. James.
W. B Pearman.
Town Hall?JO* Duval. P. Ungen
felder. H .A Burke. A X. Pierce. K H.
Carters?C. H Wkltlosk. E. K.
Cusn. A. B. Blankenshlp. R. T. at on?
es re. R. C. Beider.
Monroe? John Hunter. I. C Gittert,
W. la Moor*. 3. H. Appersoa. F. B
Seven Pines?P. P. Hags. R. P. An?
derson. F. C. Glass. Martin Seylor. R
Highland Springs?T. C Cridlln. K
R Oatewood. W. S. Griffin. W F.. Ksdd.
Jr. y M. Barber.
Hardln's Shop at W. Jones. R. E.
Maws. D. Doaatl. & ft Brady. P. A. P.
Bowling Green W. H. Jordan. 1. W.
Carter. Charles. B. Keppler. K. P. Ifea
taann. C. C Austin
Jones's?J. H. Whitiey. ft M. Har?
ras. ST. ?. Vaagbaa, T. W. roster. D
Tyler. Jr., John Thompson, R. W.
Royall. & P. Collier.
Barton Heights?C. c. Rady. a P.
Jonen, H. K. Bache. C W. Rady. G.
Brain's?A. 8. Grant, Charles W.
Chiidrey. C. Mettert. Robert McDon?
ald. C E- Chiidrey.
? Hungary?J. P. Mai lory. J. N. King.
F. L. Ford. S. a Trevltt, E. V. Rld
Cary's?C. P. Smith. M. T. Thompson.
E. J. Miles, T. D. Crouch. James Gra?
Westhampton?Todd Dabney, Thom?
as W. Purcell. St. George Anderson.
R- O. Swift. Charles Thompson.
Ridge Church?J. E. Hawkins. X? B.
Badenoch. W7 R. Ford. A. J. Smith. J.
Short Pump?J. T- Nuckola, a T.
Wade. A C. Green. C. A Bowles,
George W. Wheeler.
GRASPS LIVE ELECTRIC WIRE.
Tswsjsj WbJte Maw Kaoefced to Greaad
and Pro nobly Fatally laJsMad
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Salisbury, N. C, November L?In
attempting to climb a thirty-five-foot
pole and grasp a live electric wire.
William Fespermsn. a young whtte
man, was dsngeroasly and perhaps
fatally hurt near Salisbury last night.
He was passing where linemen were
at work and climbed to the top of the
pole to show the men how he couM
hold a live wife. Instantly he was
knocked to the ground, and later rush?
ed to a hospital for treatment.
Special Grass ?*
Make the Largest Yields of
Hay and Pasturage.
They ere combined in proper proper
tnwi togrestba beat isswab lat rai
ent sotls for which taey are rscosa
T. W. WOOD 4V SONS,
UTTLC FRUIT PARMS
9WO awUWll MAI?1
a 0. U Waw h-hw v.
ran. D. lux?.
A remarkable demonstration of per?
sonal popularity was accorded Nell D
3111a, the recently elected president of!
the National Association of Ufa Un?
derwriters, when thirty of the city's
most prominent business and profes?
sional men assembled around the table'
last night In the Flemish room of the
Jefferson Hotel, st s banquet giver. Mr.
Sills by the Lite Underwriters' Asso?
ciation of Virginia- With W. B. Alles*'
president of the H-chmond Ulfe Under?
writers' Association, acting as toast
master, five speakers paid their per?
sonal compliments to the guest of hon?
or upon his election sad upon his pest
In addition to the t east master, those
who spoke were Mayor George Atnsiie.
os behalf off the c'ty. W. P. Dodson.
from the Norfolk Life Underwriters
Association: w. B- Freeman, tot the
Rtchntond association. 8. R Love, who
spoke os the prospects of having the
national convention asset here In ltlt,
asd Mr. Sills himself, who delivered as
"It is a good plan once In a while to
take a look st the Institution of life
Insurance In this countr>." sat 1 Mr.
Sills "At the close of last year, there
were 2IS )<gal reserve com. antes, with
admitted assets of more thsa 14.14*,
AOO.eoA, which Is about fnnr Mates the
amount of the national debt. The as?
sail Income off- theo? companies Is
i?Ittf>eeese The companies paid oati
last yesr I",.*.***.*"* The reserve held
by I"ie?e companies SSS the security ef I
the no"holders !? ?> ??&.asesoe. sad I
the ssrplus mere than Mse.ase.see. Twe|
Mitt?ne of new Inn ore nee wee written
las. year, making (be total amount kg
force ore? ft ?.#se,#PS.asn.~
A sirenu?"?is effort will be made by
Virginia .md Ike %-stbern delegst?? at
the Atlantic City eon vest ton this year
ts save the 1*14 astlsail rnsisnilsn
meet is IlifiH sets m. ?? Lav*
The wires are being- laid tbia far
'ahead In the hope of insuring success,;
but the competition will be fierce. Many
other cltlss will submit invitations and
inducements to bare the honor of the
Besides the members of the Rich?
mond Association of Life Underwriters.
those who were present were. W. P.
Dodson. of Norfolk; S. K. McKea, M
tin Brockenbrough. Dr. W. A. flfl
herd. Dr. George C. Ha.ll. G. W. Dffl
James K Wright, of Montreal;^
Gray Wattaoa. U O. Warren, Raw JK
Young, D. D.. John Stewart Bryaa,
P. Bryan. T. M. Carrington and atajj
8?West Broad Street?8
Special Saturday Sale
BEST SIRLOIN STEAK.. . .~.777.7.7.
POT ROAST. 10c
PRIME RIB ROAST..7.7777. ~. .
FRESH PORK SHOULDERS.
LEG of lamb. .
SHOULDER OF lamb.
blood sausage.~-~.v.t. . ..
liver, frankfurt and bologna sausagi
picnic hams. . ~. ttttttt,
we save you Bf% to