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Want Ad Rates
?Nif CuanUs. a**!*
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS ARE EAST
to ?et; my fr?? booklet, y 1*4, Uue
how; writ* to-day?oow. EaKjl
HOPKINS, Washington, d. a_
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED POB
government position*. 14* we*k.
Writ* (or Hat ot position* open.
FRANKLIN INSTITUT*!. Dept.
413-T. Ko****t*c. K. *._
WANTED. THREE COLORED BUTCH
?rs and m?*t cutter*, also one col?
ored sausage-maker. APP'y In own
band writ in* l?b$. car* Tissas?
Dupatch._t
MAIL CARRIERS. POST-OFFICE
dark* wanted; ?*? month. Richmond
examinations during Novemoei. sree
coaching. FRANKLIN lNkilTUTK.
Dep t 414-t. Kochestsr. M,_l._
WANTED. TWO OR THREE TOCNO
men Of good sppearance, ex perlene*
not necessary; splenuld chance for
advancement, reference retju red
Call Room 104 Main Street Baak
_ BulldUig. after I P. M._
WANTED. GOOD STEAM FITTERK
Apply K H. GUZA. Room SOL l?t
North Ninth Street
WANTED. AT ONCE m LABORERS.
11.71 par day. by George a. Fuller
Co.. Whit* Sulphur Spring*. W. V*.
Sse MR. WARREN. First NaUonal
Baak Building, regarding tare._
WANTED FiVE~EXPERIENCED in
surance organisers for Richmond;
beet adequate rate life and health
and accident certificates. THE or?
DER OF THE GOLDEN SEAL. Trav?
elers* Building._
barber WANTED. FIRST-class
colored barber wanted by W. a Hill,
proprietor Marble and Mlrrow Pal?
ace Barbar 8hop. Stearns Building.
Newport News. Vs.; complexion most
be light brown skin or mulatto. $10
per week to begin with, and more If
satisfactorily efficient; no booxe fight
era need apply; finest barber shop In
the South; barber must be competent;
on whit* people only. W. a. HILL.
Prop., gtearns Building. 20? Twenty
eighth Street. Newport Newa Va
WANTED. YOUNG men TO TRAVEL
and solicit; salary and commission:
hustlers make $40 to $7$ per month
net dixie PORTRAIT CO.. INC,
Greenville, n- C
WANTED. a FIRST-class real E8
tate salesman. * business getter;
established business, fine opportun?
ity for the right man. Address, with
reference. P. Q. Box 2?p. City.
WAN ir.O. FOtt U. 8. AHMT. ABLE*
bodied, unmarried men. between aged
of IS and 3e, elfJscna of United States;
of good character and temperate hab?
its, wbo ess speak, read and writ*
the English language. For Informa?
tion, apply to -_altlng Officer, $2*
K mtmtM. Richmond. Va_
WANTED. 2ft men AND BOYS TO
work in skipping department. W.
T. HOOD dj co. Gin tor Park.
9jASkt.lt. LABOHKKi FOB STEAM
?hovel work at Variaa. N C Wage*
tLSO per day. Weekly pay. FISHER
dt CAROZZA. General Contractor*
paper BOXES: EXPERIENCED hand
on ending machine; also Boor boys:
steady employment rear round.
RICHMOND PAPER box FACTORS'.
1111 East Franklin.
Mrattisn? tCUntt?. ?alt
hotse^'?ian7^an7t7)r^ and^exton
.wishes work. Address Route 1, Box
*2-A. City._
wanted, situation as garden
er; applicant also understands car*
poultry and flowers. Address l
234. car* Tlmes-Diapstch._
TOCNO COLORED MAN. NOW EM
ployed. desire* position In the city
or suburbs aB butler, gardner or gen?
eral all-around worker. Address C
3*1, care Times-Dispatch.
ljftP \\\\\\m\\%\% JpfTrttlf
WANTED^a" COMPETENT STENOO>
rspber for legal work; would preist
stenographer using Pitman System;
as beginner need apply; lady pre?
ferred. TURNBULL * TURN BULL?
Lawrenoevllle. es (
WmTOK lady *pofc fOLtWHi
Bght imfllffWint; ows interested Is
church work preferred. |LM pel*
day; sixty days J UL aar* Time*
WANTED. GIRLS FOR NEAT. CUBAN
w*rk; good wagsa paid while l*ara i
hag. A. HORN g> co, .Sixth aad,
Canal streets._j
WANTED. A HOUSEKEEPER APPLY
to HOTEL BENNETT. Chatham. V*
. asWFaXW!16 C- .uo7ttmmU~
WifffSb. posttkSn as ~steno- I
sraphsr hp young lady, raised Is
country; two yesra* experience: can '
aastat With books: moderate salary:
teatlsasalsbx Addrs** STENOGRA?
pher, Lswreneerilla, Va_
WAJTretD. BT a young LADY of
culture, poeltlon as companion to
elderly person *r sa invalid, or awe
ernes* to swell ektldrwa la private
family: best ef re fee was* Address
companion. 209 Third Arenas
BfsgtshMSd Bark. Btebrmond. Va.
SWAP CP THIS WINNER; SURE'
sssasy msker; sells Ilk* hot cakes.
!?)?? pi SB**, free particulars write
as* a* day. THS PILGRIM SUPPLY
CO.. 24*1 ahmt ?aaamsnt Street,
Baltimore. Md._* *
lady agents wanted; good
proposition, aalary and commission
mm good workers Call t to 10 a. M,
to I P. M. davis studio tl*
East
TRAVELING salesman WANTED!
by a large Baltimore crockery and;
glsaswsr* importing and jobbing*
bouse mm* knowledge *f ths Its*;
trseettag sap*rlaaBs sad reference*
s11 iiiT ~T Address CROCK KRT.
ear* Tlme*-Dlsp*ick _i_ ..
SALS CHEAP. OWE MULE, CARTl
THObV ANDKKSOPI. t|
m
Tor saj*-hawt>some i
_ ,-jeer. by hiambrlm. Iflag;
very fast sad ?tylteh. afraid of ?etb
DAILY PUZZLES
What term of eadearmentr
ANSWER TO YBSTBRDAVg PVEShJs
??tarn*_
UKO^CHJtJB K^~BO WER8. US EAST
Franklin Street hajudsom* rooms,
with >learn heat aad board. Dlnina
room aervtce uader man?sement of
Ura Lee Striae Lipacomb._
BOARDEBB WANTED FOR VACANT
rooma. 24* East Grace, __
FRONT ROOM. WITH BOARD: Ex?
cellent table board._?01 East Grace.
BOARDERS WANTED FOR TWO
large, one email room; good table
beard. ?14 North Seventh Ctreet,
&wm0 fox Want
BKIUHtT ATTTRAC^TIV^ "MOOMSb 14
North Sixth, east aide of street. _
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SOUTH -
em exposure. ?14 East Clay Street;
central.
STOP IN THE HEART OF RJCH
mond. at THE ROAN OK E. 114 North
tc igt ib Street. Newly furnished
rooms 64 cents day up Special
ratea by week or month._
NEWLT FURNISHED ROOMS. PHONE,
i bath; two light housekeeping rooms;
central. ?0? Eaat Clay._
FURNISHED FR?NT ROOMS FOR
housekeeping or gentlemen. 404
North Filth Street._
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM: PRE
fer nurse or a gentleman; private
family; second apartment, north.
THE SHIRLEY, Third and Cary
Streets._
MCbU FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without board; also, connecting
rooms, suitable for housekeeping. 711
East Marsh U._
FOR RENT, NICE FURNISHED
irooms; hot water heat, electric
lights, bath, use of phone. Apply
2124 West Grace_
? VAPOR-HEATED ROOM8 FOR GEN
J tlsmen. 103 Eaat Grace.
j Evtdi WUt a it jrC4 ?dU
! BEAUTIFUL" COUNTRTnrIOhIBT>HiaH
I improvements: all kinds of fruit;
I good clover land; five-room bouse;
ten miles out. but coavei>?ent to Rich?
mond. Will sell very cheap Call
Monroe 747 for particulars on week
' days._
WANTED. TO SELL HOUSE ON 140?
block West Grace Street. L 231,
{ care Times-Dispatch.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.?I WILL OFFER
at public sale in Harrisoaburg.
Rocking ham County. Va. at 11
o'clock Thursday. November 21st. the
well known aad valuable Rawley
Springe, va., property. ltlO-lSlx.
Tbia is ths finest chalybeate spring
in Virginia; carbonate protoxide iron.
Identical with the celebrated spring
st Spa, Belgium. The qualities of
this water are unsurpassed la this
country. For analysis and full par?
ticulars address R & bWlTZER*
Executor. Harrisoaburg. Va.
Real eatettc fox Bxnt
, HANDSOME MONUhhENT A VENU a
residence, with furniture, tor six or
eight months, three baths, hardwood
floors and steam heat, BUTTON *
CO.
FOR RENT. ROOMS 21L SIX. Sit, 214
Mutual Building, at attractive prices;
I will be rented separately if desired.
Address D. B. MARTIN COMP AN X.
j No.folk. Va.
> ICS, COd! SOS OAOSO
iHSST^QUALTTT^^
$7 kind, for 15.50 cord. 13.25 per
half-cord. big. full leads. Phone
Monroe ?74. I.YXE * HARRIS. Uli
East Cary. _
I COLD WEATHER IS COMINO; ORDER
your wood by the load aad save rs
tallers* profit. Phone Monroe jBSS
[ORDER A LOAD OF MT LARGE
block, perfectly dry oa* gad pine or
perfectly dry slab. It's worth doable
common wet doty small wood. My
coal burns to aahes. not rocks. Mad -
eon 1*74. lono'S. is*g Wast St sad
Street._
jgm mm
[WE hats a NUMBER OF late
modal Underwood aad Remington
Visible typewriters, which look as
good, work aa well aad are guar?
anteed the same as aew machines, at
a saving of 4* per cent. Sent en
examination anywhere. AMERICAN
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. INC.,
4*5 Bast Mate Street. Phone Madl
asa Mb*._i
MOTORCTCLBS aMs> tkCTC&aah new 1
aad second-hand; repairing of all
kinds TOMPVINR. SI" Km -
FOR SALS, $375 L. C SMITH 11
gauge Monogram gun, 1125; two seta
barrels. I7i* East Fraaklla Street.
T. W. TIGNOR 8 SON.
FOR SALE ChTEAP. ALL KINDS
second-band mechanical tools:
tr?nke aad suit
ELBNER BROS- 174*
Street. P*? a brokers.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE; a BAlV
gala: good location, la oaa of the
largest cities la the State; will hear
Inspection- b 44. care Times Dtspatcb.
W ANTED. to sell at once. GOOD
paying drug business. ASdllsS I 1*5.
I car* Ttmss Pisas ich._(
FOR SALE, SAWMILL and team
Eight good metea, r***g. weU
srehaa aad In splendid condition,
with fear wagon* anJ harness far
sama Ass* sawmill with capacity
twelve thousand (ret per day .with
twa m til to a feet standing timber?
ptae aad hard wend locate* near
XunL Va. ready for Immediate de?
livery. Price reasonable. Address
W. W. ROBERTSON. Norfolk Va. |
Mate too" weighed upon the
wonderful Tslbiatg Scale*, new io?
cs led at No. 744 Earn Mara StreetT
ty. prodeo imssease blooms In
ring. I*c *****: Jl 75. 1*4, fit. Lja*. I
o. d. stty. poat wpios. Bulb
Orewara, Highland park
FOR PtftST-class FRUITS and FRO
\mmmm, mm at ??Esst Marshan
?Sw^W*?! OT fi>**Oss#* Mewtslev4>sV l>OW ?
o7aty sw*
BOILER A ENQTNyjk WOOD WORE fNQ
y of every ***crlpti*a. belt*
Shalt tag add pulleys:
_ * steed. L BtJTFORO
* COw l**f aast Cary Street._
WaNTWD tfjT ShXjJ BRAX?-WSw
tabte at a
OWN T<W?ToWw"^ WB LEND
?ooi; to buy or build, or to pay ??
meitgag** anywhere la tao Ualted
States, oaiy I per coot slmpl* aaaaal
laurost; wo sir* you too yoara to
repay loan at too rat? of M aor
month on ?ach 11.00? borrow ed.
Write, call or phono Moaroa 1M1 for
I full Information. EMPIRE REALTY
I A MORTOAOB COM PAK V. 1017 Mu
I tual Building. Richmond. Va.
WANTED A CAPABLE BUaXNESS
man who can invent 110.000 with
? aervicea In a Iura? aad eotabttehad
drug manutacturlnd company. Po?
sition to bo secretary and treasurer.
Investment secured aad remunera?
tive Balary liberal. Can give hoot
of commercial and banking refer?
ences. Correspondence confidential.
Address J 1?S. care TtmeS-UlspaUk.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY?WISHING
to retire from business owner will
sell bar and restaurant at a suc?
cessful Broad Street hotel with long
lease to premlaaa The receipt* have
run from $?6.00? to $??.000 per an?
num. Reply to J 147. care Timea
_Dispatch._
WANTED. TO GIVE A DRUG CLERK
working Interest la business. no
capital necessary. L 210. care Times
Dispatch_ "
CLAIMS OP EVERT KIND COLJ-ECT
7d anywhere. FIDELITY CREDIT
CO.. 114 North ElShth direst. Rich?
mond. Vs._
mmm_
WsUtKU n to BUT for CA?*,!
household good* la say quantity.
Phon? Madison ?SSL_
WANTED. t00 OLD FEATHER BEDS;
also old-time antique sofas tables
sideboards, chairs, bureaus desks
cblrs, braee**. mirror*. Jewelry?
anything old. J. K. BEARD, ii
West Main. Madison ?207._
WE WISH TO BORROW 8VMS FROM
?3.GJ0 to llti.voj; secured by real
estate In and out of city. Box 875,
Richmond. V*.
FURNITURE WANTED?WILL BUT
household goods of any kind sad
any amount Phone Madison Ittt
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
st HUGHES'B. 20? North Third. |
LESSER. THE LADIES TAILOR. THB
only one <n town who makes a spe?
cialty in altering all kind* of gar?
ments to the latest fashion Every
garment that 1* altered la nry estab?
lishment Is done under my personal
supervision. Price very moderate
and work satisfactory. The Raleigh
Apartments. Harrison aad Franklin.
Phon* Madison 4622.__
8PIRELLA CORSET SHOP. MRS. OOR
nella Moore, city manager. 217 E.
Grace Street. Richmond, Va Custom
corsets Phone Madison 7262.
09?O0
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have qualltled as administratrix of
the late Patrick McGranigban. All
persons Indebted to his estate will
settle with me. while all having de
' manda against the estate will pre?
sent the same to me. duly verfled.
for payment,
MARY V. McGRANIGHAN.
Administratrix Patrick McGrani?
gban. deceased._
V?A.vitu rsLM PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHNA* BROS.. Jewelers IUi
Esst Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
end REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THB
LATE TT STYLES. Old gwia aa* all
vet tlw*y* taken *r< neaastt
hVlSiXlUlUOU**
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING.
WE PACK AND SHIP FURNITURE
sad chins and wedding present* with
care. *>soed JACOB UMLAUF. 122?
West Broad Street, 'Phone Madison
STOKAUAw
I CHEAPEST STORAGE IK CITY. SI
per lead Store your furniture, bug?
gies ante*?biles pianos at rOMP
KINS. 227 Went ~
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at Row York rate* N. F.
JACOBS * SON. No. att North Nlath.
SHOE REPAIRING,
Ids REBATE IF TC U BRING SHOES
a 1th this coupon. Mens shoes half
soled, 76c rebated to *Sc; 1*41***
half -soles. Mc, rebated to 60c Every ,
pair sewed; best leather; no nail*, no <
pegs Heeling. 2Sc. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTOR.. 71? East
Main. Phone Monroe t*?7._
A NICE FLOOR.
HOUSECLEANtNO. WAXING AND!
staining floors; old stains removed
and reflntshed say color; satisfaction
guaranteed. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
Monroe 212*.
VIRGINIA: Dt THE OIRCUIT COURT |
OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND. OC?
TOBER A 1H2.
w*do1r*| Milling Company, a corpora?
tion chartered under the law* of the I
State of Minnesota.Plaintiff j
vs.
Atlantic Trust and Deposit Company,
s corporation chartered under the
law* of the State of Virginia, and
A W. Harman. Jr.. Treasurer of the
State of Virginia.Defendants
(Extract from decree of October 8. ill!.)
**? ? ? On consideration whereof,
the court doth adjudge, order aad de?
cree that this cause be referred to one
of the commissioners of thin court to
take and state and to the court report
the following matters:
1st. Aa account of the bonds de?
posited by the asld Atlantic Trust and
Deposit Company, a corporation as
aforesaid, with A. W. Harman. Jr..
Treasurer of the Commonwealth of
Virginia showing the sum and amounts
?f said bonds their par valse aad their
assrhet value.
2d ' Aa account showing the amount
of the plsintlflb* Judgment, together
with Interest and cost*.
Sd. An account of any other Judg?
ment or Judgment* against the At?
lantic Trust ad Deposit Company. *
corporation as aforesaid, ant of any
lien* on asld bonds other than Judg?
ments _
Its. Whether all necessary parties
to this suit ere properly before the
court
6th. Said commissioner shall pub?
lish ta Times-Dispatch * newspaper!
published in the city of Richmond. Va .;
* notice of the Hme and place of tak- j
lag of such account* *nd making such I
Inquiries SS sre hereinbefore directed !
to be takes aad made This notice |
shall be published once * week for a j
period of four successive weeks, sr.; !
such publication, when so made. an%ll
be equivalent to service of such notice
** all of the parties to this suit and
OU *M partle? who are Interested In
the bwbjsm matter of this rait
OsVe of
C**?n?1**io?*r R. p. Peyton. Jr..
IS-14 Travelers' Building.
~ Ts. Kor 1. 1211
T* AH Parties Interest-* is the A bare
Entitled Catsw:
Take police, that I here S**d open
my sat as ?1*7-14 Travelerr ksunssussst
R?ndln*, a* the place, aad Twssdsy.
December 2. 1*13. at l| o'clock A M,
ss the time gj ePeewflag the resells
meats of the d**re* of which the *hro
going la aa esvraet.
Oreen ander asp bun? the* 1st day
*f November. ISIS.
ROBERT W. ?*asA7LTsCS; p. S>
Weh
PROPOSE TO BUILD
ELECTRIC RAILWAY
Promoters of Shenanaoab Valley Company Make1
Application for Chert r?bpeaker byrd
Confioent cf fcolid Democratic Deie
iratio i hrcm Vu\?i ia.
[Special to Tha Time*-I>Upatch.)
Winchester, Va., Kwwmtor a.?.vppli
cation baa been mad* by the promoter*
of th* Shenandoan Valley Railway
Company to the secretary of State of
Wert Virginia, at Charleston, tor arti?
cles of incorporation and a Charter.
The application states that ths com?
pany proposes to build a traction i<V>
from Mertinaburg, W. Va.. southward
through Berkeley County, of which
htartinsburg is the seat, and through
Frederick County, V*.. to Winchester,
and also to Charleston and Shepherds
town. Jefferson County, W. Va An?
other routs Is to be from htartinsburg
to a point near Wtlltamsport. MA. on
the Po.omac River, where it is the in?
tention to make a connection with the
Hagerste wn-Frederick electric line.
The central office of the company 1? in
Martinsburg. Th* capital stock is
8600,000. and the shares are to be di?
vided into the denomination of 8TUJ
each. The locorporators are Frank K.
Wilson, John W. Stewart. & N. Meyers,
State Senator Gray Stiver. Dr. James
W. MoSherry and Attorney Clarence E.
*juun?*
Virginia Railway and Power Company.
?28-b3U feast Main Street,
Richmond, October 28. 1912.
KOTICE I? HeiKEBx" GIVEN THAT
ths annual meeting of the stock?
holders of the Virginia Railway and
Power Company will be held at the
general office of toe company, in
the city of Richmond, Va., on Wed?
nesday. November 20. 1*12. at 13
o'clock M
The transfer books will be closed
on Tburtday. October 31. 1012, at S
o'clock P. M. and will be reopened
on Thursday. November 21. 1912, at
10 o'clock A. M._
QUY PHILLIPS.
_Secretary.
Richmond. Fredericksburg and Po?
tomac and Richmond and Peters?
burg Railroad Connection
Company.
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va.. October 20, 1012.
NOTICE IS HE RET GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Richmond. Fredericksburg
and Potomac and Richmond and Pe?
tersburg Railroad Connection Com?
pany will be held at ita office, in
the city of Richmond, Va., on MON?
DAY, the 18th day o< November. 1012.
at 10 o'clock A. M
The stock transfer books will be
closed at 3 o'clock P. M Monday. No?
vember 11. 1012. and reopened at 10
o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November
10, 1012. rW. D. DUKE.
_Secretary.
The Atlantic Land and Improvement
Company.
Office of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the regular annual meeting of stock?
holders of The Atlantic Land and
Improvement Company will be held
at the office of the company, in the
city of Richmond, Va., on Tuesday,
ths nineteenth dsy of November, A.
A. 1012. at 12:20 o'clock P. M
H. L. BORDEN,
_Secretary.
Richmond. Frederlckaburg and Po?
tomac Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va., October 18. 101k
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Richmond. Fredericks burg
and Potomac Railroad Company will
be held at ita office, in ths First
National Bank Buiidtng, Richmond.
Va.. on Monday, the 18th day of
Noveuber. 1812. at 11 o'clock A. M
The stock transfer books will bs
closed at X o'clock P. M. Monday.
November 11. 1012. and reopened at
10 o'clock A, M Tuesday. November
1?. 1011.
NORMAN CALL,
_Secretary.
fj nahlagtoa-Southera Railway Com
paay.
Office of tue Secretary, ,
R'chmond. Vjl, October Is, 1012.
NOTICE IS HEREB* GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers ot the Washington-Southern
Railway Company will be held at
its office, in tae First National Bank
Building. Richmond. Va.. on Monday,
the 18th day of November. 1012. at,
12 o'clock noon.
The stock transfer books will he |
closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Monday, No?
vember 11, 1012. and reopened at 10
o'clock A. M Tuesday. November 1?.
1012.
NORMAN CALL.
_Secretary.
Potomac Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va, October 18. 1013.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of ths Potomac Railroad Com?
pany w'U be held at its office, ia the I
First National Bank Building. Rich?
mond. Va, on Monday, the lsth day
of November. 1012, at 12:30 P. M.
The stock transfer boohs will be
closed at 3 o'clock P. M Monday.
November 1L 1013. and reopened at
10 o'clock A. M Tuesday, November
10, 1913. _
NORMAN CALL,
_Secretary.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, |
Office of the Bet lets i jr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT |
the regular annual and general meet?
ing of the stockholders of the At?
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company j
will be held at the office of the com?
pany, at Byrd Street Station, In the I
city of Richmond. Va.. on Tuesday,
the 19th day of November. 1012. at 11
o'clock A. M. for the election of di- ,
rectors snd other officers, aad for ;
the transaction of sucn other bum- i
ness a* may lawfully come be: ore
the meeting. Including the subject
hereinafter stated. Ihi* meeting
has also been called by the board
of directors aa s special meeting of i
the stock nolders of lit* company, to
be held at tnc same time and place,
to consider, act and pass upon, au?
thorize and consent to, an inVrease
of the common capital stock of this
company by toe (mount of six mil?
lion dollars, in addition to the pres?
ent authorised issue of such stock,
such Increase to consist of sixty
thousand shares, each of the par
value of one hundred dollars, snd
to the Issue snd ssle thereof: und
to provide that each aad every
stockholder of this company ah*::
be given the right of subscribing
for snd purchsstng at per common
capital stock o; this company equal
to 10 pet cent of his recorded hold?
ings of the capital stock of this com?
pany upea a date to be fixed by the
boar.i of directors, and upon such
conditions aa may be determln-d.
and generally t* take any aad all
action that may seem necessary snd
desirable la connection with, gor- I
mane to or growing out of any of
the matters hereinbefore state*.
The boohs for the transfer of th*
capital stock of the company will
close Wednesday. November *? 1913. i
at 8 o'clock P. M-. and will he re?
opened oa Wednesday. November 20,,
1012. at t? o'clock A. M
By order *f the Board of Direct***.
ML, BORDEN.
Secretary.
Octobrr 1?. 1913.
Richmond lassmotlvc Works.
Richmond. Va, October 17, 1912. !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT l
the anneal meeting of th* Stock?
holders *f Richmond Locomotive
Work* arm be hold *t th* ***** *f
th* compaay. la the *ity ff. Rich?
mond, Caaajtf of Henri**, Virginia.
. on Wednesday, the thirteeath daw of
November. 101*. nt II t* ?'?tank la
the f*r*ao*a. far the purp*** *f
fleeting SR suets ana esbesen, aad
fee th* ManssiOJss *f sash ether
I Mis if aa may properly
'? m
Martin, an of Martinsburg. Mr. Mar*
i tin 1? general counsel for tha company.
; Aa soon aa the charter la received th*
company will organia* aad will at
: once iahe up the matter of building
; the road, the final survey of which will
i be completed within a few day*. Dur
I ing the past ten year* or more quit*
! a number of electric kin* project* have
I been started by Virginia, West Vir
1 gima. Maryland and Pennsylvania cap
, itaiiata in thi* section of the Shenaa
I doah and Cumberland Valleys, but they
never materialized. The promoters of
! the Shonandoah Valley Hallway de
! dare, however, that they will posi?
tively build the road and operate it,
I believing that it wtll be a paying in
r vestment. The right* of way have
I been obtained without any difficulty,
and franchises have been granted by
1 the Councils of Winchester. Martina
burg and other town* The company
ha* also given bond In each city aad
I town.
Benjamin T. Bu**y and Miss Har?
riet Elizabeth Walker, members of
prominent Berkeley County families,
were married a tew days ago at the
horn* of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Walker, near Bunker
Hill, by Rav. Sheridan Busey, of near
Harrlsburg. Pa,, assisted by Rev. R
Ashlin White, paster at the Oerarde
town Presbyteriaa Church Mr. and
Mrs. Busey will live on th* former's
farm near Oerardstown.
The annual banquet of the Goldvi
Rule Bible Class of Braddock Street
Methodist Episcopal Church. South, was
held a few night* ago In the dining
hail of the Winchester Inn. aad was
attended by upwards of 200 members
and some special guests. The princi?
pal addreases were mads by former
Mayor Thomas G. Hayes, of Baltimore;
A. D. Darby, of Martinsburg, W. Va;
Rev. J. W. Duffer. D. D.: I. N. Good and
Dr. J. I* Whitlock. of Winchester.
J. j. Iatmley was tos st master. The
claaa la on* of th* largest men's Bible
class** in th* Baltimore Conference.
Speaker Richard Evelyn Byrd. of the
Virginia *Rou*e of Delegates, who has
been the Virginia manager of Woodrow
Wilson's campaign before and alnce
the Baltimore convention, has returned
from the Ninth District, where he has
been making speeches for the national
ticket and also for General Rufns A.
Ayers. the Democratic canfidldate for
Congress, and la confident that Vir?
ginia will send a solid Democratic,
delegation to the next Congress, which
means that Congressman C B. Siemp.
of the Ninth District, will be defeated
by h's Democratic opponent. Mr. Byrd
believes Wilson and Marshall will carry
at least thirty-seven States at Tues?
day's election. These opinions were
voiced by Mr. Byrd when he addressed
a large meeting of the Democrats of
th* western section at Frederick Coun?
ty last night at Gore. He i* to be the
ftrlncipal speaker at a monster meet
ng to be held here to-morrow night
in the courthouse auditorium.
Graham F. Blandy. of New York,
who owns the noted Tuller<es farm,
near Boye*. Clarke County, which eras
for many year* the home of the late
Colonel U. L, Boyce. and which is al?
most an exact replica of the estate
of the same name tn France, held a
large corn show laat week on the lawn
at the farm, which was attended by a
big gathering of farmers and their
families. Mr. Blandy distributed hand?
some cash prizes among those who**
corn made the beat showing. Last
year hs distributed similar prize* Hr a
turkey growing contest His generous
attitude toward the farmers of Clarke
County has resulted in much keen but
friendly competition.
Mr*. Edith Sumption Parsons, wife of
Barry H. Parsons, a young Winches?
ter business man. who died last week
?n a BaHimore hospital, had suffered
for more than a year with intense
?sins in the back of her bead and
tech, which had baffled all the physi?
cian* who treated her, and after her
loath it waa decided to hold aa an
*.opsy. which revealed a large tumor
in her brain. It baa since been re?
called that Mr*. Parson* fell upon a
?beet of tee about two years ago. hut
a* she suffered Httle pain at the time
?o serious thought was given the mat?
ter. The doctors who performed the
autopsy stated that it was a wonder
how the woman had lived so long.
Captain C. H. Conrad. Jr.. of the
United States Army, who is tn charge
if the War Department's new remount
station near Front Royal, has during
'-he past week shipped sixty of ths
best horses at ths station to Fort
Ritey. Kan*, where they will be dis?
tributed among cavalry officers. The
horses have been In bine grass pas
tare for several months, aad are said
to be equal to aay meant* new seed
b* th* army.
The first annual exhibition of ths
Chris" Canning Club* of Clarke County
waa keld tn th* high aehool audito?
rium nt Boye* a few days since, und a
large nember *f attractive cash aad
other prize* wer* swarded to the moat
successful contestants. Th* canning
clubs of Clarke County are among the
largest and most active in the State.
Rev. Ne'son Page Oarae, l'o-merly of
Winchester, who. under the provi?
sions of the will of the 1st* Albert
Baker, of this c'ty. h?s become
diocesan missionary or evangeBat for
the Protestant Episcopal PsSSsaU of
Virginia, is now drvotiuir all his time
to that work, and In addition to hold?
ing mission services a* various points
in the diocese, he I* also supplying
churches which happen to be without
regular rectors.
Mise Maud V-llineer of Middle town,
this county, who started te teach a
i>oMI(: school In th?- tlclrrtty of Whit
acre recently, left lr*t Saturday with
an unknown vonn? man. piesasaaMy
to spend the week-*nd at the home of
Sr-hool Trustf R E I? Whltaer*. but
-he did not appear at hts home, aad
she wss likewise ^Ns? nt Monday not-,
ing when th' ehihtrea a**embled for
their studies oorce Reynolds, at
whesi. home ?h- boarded, baa sfaee re?
ceived S letter announcing her mar- j
risge In R'rhmond. and requesting that I
Mr. Reynolds sews) her trunk to the <
home ?f h" rirent? The name of the j
yours mm with whom she eloped I?
not known f ? th- peeple of that sec?
tion.
Tew es Uhry t safe.
f ?r?-.-i?l to T+ f Tlmes-Dtrpateh 1
fftaintnn. Va November A?Wayne*,
horo and Raalr <*1'v have held a Joint
meeting of prominent eitlsens of each
SPam to rons'de- th. practfcaMbtv *f
consolidating th<> two town*, snd a*
warmly was the praps si tiss reo*] red
that s pubhe steebtng of th* etttashS
of the two towns 'a te He held ta
Basic Oty oa the night *f November T
to take further steps la th* propeced
crmsotMattea. Th* t suabini d papula
?ten *f the two ion as was Id haart*
reach the lower ?Ny limit af ASM. aad
ft I* th*ueht that tn a sheet thaw the;
number would re*eh i.sss. gad) thaaj
bring the m*n1er**lrty tat* Che g
Tau?
TwaA-TTM AMD OLAS aWS
mrm* ? a. m vo t f.
Mutti*u unit* wum
Ttwtee's Sale
OF THB BBHAryiNO PONXIOK9 OF
"R
ose
HF
Near Rapiden. Orange County, Vs., belonging is ths estate of ths hsht
Oscar f. Breese, containing about lie acres aad 141 acres, respectively.
St the courthouse, orange County. Vs. es
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1?U.
1 o'clock P. M
For further particulars, apply to
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY OF BADTIMORJB.
Trustee. Baltimore. Md.
CLASSIC SOCIETY
Will KI HERE
Program of Annual Gathering in
Conjunction With Teachers'
Association.
Dr. Thomas Fitanugh, professor of
Latin at tas University of Virginia,
yesterday issued preliminary an?
nouncements of the next meeting ot
too C+aaaical Association of Virginia.
It wUi be he.d in Kicnmond during
a pert of Tnanasglving week, under
the auspices of Ute Stale Teacners" As?
sociation.
The last meeting of the Classical
Association was one of the most in?
teresting features of the Norf out meet?
ing of the Stats teacners' organisa?
tion. According to the efforts aow be?
ing made, the forthcoming sessions will
be evea more successful than those
held inst November.
Professor Kirby Flower Smith, pro?
fessor of latin at the Johns Hopkins
University, baa accepted aa Invitation
to be one of the speakers. His sub?
ject will be. "Propertius, a Modern
Lorer In the Augustan Age." Pro?
fessor Smith to a scholar of renown,
aa author and a graceful speeer.
Others oa the program wlU be Pro?
fessor Clement .Canington Read, of the
John Marshall High School, Richmond,
whose subject wUl be. The Division
of High School latin Into s College
and s NoucoUege Section." The dis?
cussion of Professor Resd'a paper will
be by Professor Whiting, of Hampden
Sidney; Professor Bain, principal of the
I Norfolk High School, sad Professor
! Black, principal of the Lynchburg High
School
Another paper of special interest to
teachers will be by Professor Ashton
W. McWhorter. ad Hsmpdsn-Sldney.
whose subject will be. "What Place Are
We to Assign the Study of Greek In
the Educational System of Our Stater*
President Blackwell, of Randolph -
Macon College; R. I* Rlanton. editor
! of the Virginia Journal of Education.
' and' R. C Stearues, secretary of the
State Board of EdueaUon, wUl par
' tlcipate in the discussion of this pa?
per.
The closing feature of the program
'will be a round table discussion Of
teachers' problems, at which there
I WlU be a free and informal confer?
ence upon matters of immediate sad
I vital Interest In the conduct of clas?
sical matters
CARPENTEit SHOT:
MAVOIEOFWOUMD
S. T. Gerbexick Victim of Work-,
znan Whom He Had
AngcTed.
{Special to The Times-Dispatch)
Pkbtski. Vs. November I.?S. T. Ger?
berick, s well-known carpenter of I
Dubkn, wss perhaps mortally shot yes- |
terdsy late by Charles Cooper, i
other workman, apparently without
provocation. The wountad man was
shot near the heart and en either side
Of the abdomen. Mr. Gerberick wsa
rushed to the hospital st Reaaoke
practically in a dying condition. Coop?
er made Ms escape across the Selda
before say of the other workmen real?
ised tbe seriousness of the crime Of?
ficers started In puren It of the man |
aa soon as Informed of the shooting.
The men were employed In building I
s new residence for Major Haven R t
Howe, who at one time represented
this county In the State Legislature,
Mr. Oerberlek being In charge of tbe
work. Cooper bad been sent Up by
Mr. Howe to assist In tbe work. 1 For
xeveral days he had been dilatory, and
Mr. Gerberick threatened to Inform
als employer. This seems to bare in?
censed rooper Saturday morning ke
returned tn the job armed, though this
was unknown, and be is reputed to
have been drinking. Late tn the af
ternorm. near quitting Muss, ho went
to an apper ro->m and aaemtd deter?
mined to start s dtssealty. Mr. Oer-1
be rick went to him sad remonstrated
Cooper turned, and. with sa oath, drew
his gun and fired three shots Into the
body of his vletis*. At tbe hospital
last night two of the bullets were
located and removed, the wounded man
standin? the wpri atlea remarkably
w-11.
Way ssswore reusrer pudra.
fSpecial t* The Ttw*a-Dispatch ]
sti-inton. Vs. November A?Tbe j
stsonton Chamber of Cammers? h
s-t no fast a, movement to revive the '
cnnnty fairs dtoeantinwed for a ana
b*r of years. The proper committee i
of the ehsmher has taken sp tbe mat
tee, and very sataafhetery s?het i lp
lions were at ones pi unused snd a'
general esavaee win bo mads, ft is;
proposed fa bold a fair neat fall an
tbe fine rrounds nt the sM BaMoln
District Fair, new s part of the city
DEATH CLAIMS
GEIERAL tntElUVi
fluctlm totle*. jpntttcr
Pollard * Bagby,
Real Estate Auction
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION
OF _
TWO DETACHED HOUNDS ORT TB?
W EST SIDE OF 8UCKAHAN
STREET. B KT W BEN WASHXNOTOSf
AND WILLIAMS STREETS; ALSO
A SHALL STORE PROPERTY,
BEING KNOWN AS NOS. lMd-lfM
BUCHANAN STREET?GOOD ,"
INVESTMENT PROPERTY.
In execution of a deed of trust.
April 19. 190?, and recorded la
clerk's office of the Richmond
eery Court D. B. 189-B. paare PT.
fault having been made In the
ment of a portion of the debt
?ecured, I will sell at auction, *a
premises, on
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER, T.
at 5 o'clock P. ML.
the above mentioned property,
of the houses contains sbout
rooms; the other about tour; let St
feet front by a good depth.
This property will make a splendid
investment proposition, and wll
ably go at a sacrifice.
TERMS: Enough In cash to pi
of sale and any taxes that may ha due;
one note for $1.400, subject to tisatt
of $200. snd one of $36. the residua
upon credit payments at one ana tw*>
years after date, deferred pay men te to
bear interest at 4% and bo be
by deed of trust; or all cash, at
option of the purchaser.
H. R POLLARD, JR.
N. B ?If different terms from .above)'
should be desired, they oaa be *r- g
ranged by seeing ths auctioneer*.
By Green ms Rend.
Auctioneer*.
AUCTION SALB
OF
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT ON THM I
WEST SIDE OF TWENTY-SOCTH
STREET. BETWEEN O AND F 1
STREETS FRONTING ON THM
WESTERN LINE OF TWENTY-.
SIXTH STREET 41 FEET S INCHES,
WITH A DEPTH BETWEEN PAR?
ALLEL LINES OF 132 FEET TO A'
14-FOOT ALLEY. ON ?
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER t, IM?,
at 4:30 P. M.
we wlH offer for sale, on ths premise*.
the shove described lot.
This is in a good locality, wner*
renting property ts in great demand.
and should attract ths attention of
the Investor? with a view of building.
either for an investment or for a home.
TERMS: Easy, and announced at
sale. _
GREEN A REDD.
Auctioneers.
mal cttstt jtst mm
FOR SALE.
78 Acres
on Trolley Line
Beautiful location, with take and
running stream, owned by nonresi?
dent, who ia determined to sell. Only
six miles from Richmond.
R B. CHAFF IN A CO.. INC.
Twelfth and Main Streets.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.
Office of th* Treasurer.
Wilmington, N. C. Nov. 1. 1011
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AT
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company
has declared a dividend of :? per
cent on th* preferred capital stock
of that company, payable at th* *ffi*s
of th* treasurer, at Wilmington. N.
C an aad after November 10. 1912.
The transfer boohs are closed from
the list day of October. 1012. to Na
learbiir 10. baas date* it elusive.
JAMES F- POST.
THE JEFFERSON
Th* most magaificent betel tn
South. European plan. Rooms
aad ea suite, with snd without
?pacisas sample room*
Ctub Shiehr
KL*>vENTM a.*
Oaea dally BWS
Sdmnnatk
larvA di?d her* t.?-day *f
eon lag.
General OR'Uly
for SUShS time, was bom tn
phi* la lMi. sr.4 participated
of th? ?Sirrins event* ef th*
military affair* in the past
He was la the CHI? War aa h
endet, aad saw hard servleajO)
Aia* campaign* la the Baa
Taxa War General O R-Illy
of she pwartk
r of i
_ at Ms
of the rwresma at*
M
geaeral ef the afUAF I
was retired with 0k*

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