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Want AcT Rates
?ttou mm%wM aitastlaaj w*at??1
*?? ??? lay. SjsBhWaWS Waated. eae eee*
? WK Sa A4, jeeday tahea far lees
taaa aiteea eeata.
*a A 4a. takes fas lees taaa tweety.
?ve seats wbea phased ta ae charges
at ?ae asaates.
Phase eeSera ae? araaraateedL
Waat A4, ajaa. Pku? Maarae a.
Clsasf aaajssa aat gaaraaieee alte*
?ata f. m. . [
Fas business eaatra^ta, aead Car tko
aVa?ai aim jjg-iaaMi '
Ci RAYfclD.' FR?M 'STUART avk- '
nue, oae bi<ic* auo nun? tciuale set?
ter, answers to me ueuie Ol '"rlora";
to reward iur rnuiu. Cail Meu.awii
bTt-i^N." VKUU Iii IC FROM? OF
Flaatera' National Bank, at Iv.av
Monuay momma, one aiuall biacA
niait. aou tup tuggy; bust^y uer*
arten, running ?? and hssaSS body.
No t.i:e k rein uu harness ai.d M it
trace broken. Any inioi uiaiiun lead- '
Iuk to recovery of aame w.u bv re?
warded by '1 HO- e. ? l AGG 4 SON
2(/?l K?st Franklin._ I
Lo*T. BETWEEN THIRD AND
ct. th, on Urace or Franklin
Street, a sold It.. Cbt Fraternity
I>in. Reward if returned to No. 11
North Thirteenth Street.
4?tip cuauuo, ?9aU
bodied, unmarried men between agci
of II and 35, citizena of United Statu;
sf food character and temperate hab.
Its. who can speak, read and writs,
the English language, l or informa?
tion apply to illlag Obicer. S2?'
K. Br .ad, Richmond. Vs._
wa.i,f.u laiiuklkj ruK 5525]
shovel work st Vartna. N. C Wages, I
11.50 per day. u ??kly pay. FISHER i
a CARuZZA. Oenerai Contractors. |
WANTED. FIVE EXPISrTeNCED IN- !
surance organisers for Richmond. ,
beet adequate rate life anti bea.tb :
and accident certmeates. 'i he OH- :
DER ok the GOLDEN seal. Trav- |
? team-FITTER AND 1IEEPER 1
a anted. Call W. A. CHESTERMAN'S '
_ OFFICE. MSf West Broad. _|
men AND WOMEN' WANTED FOB. |
government positions, tie week. <
Write tor list of positions open.
frank UN INSTITUTE. Dep t.
wanted. fiftT laborers, apply j
Twenty-first and Grace Streets at
BtAlL CARRIERS. post-office
clerks wanted; ?so montb. Richmond ?
examination* during Novemoei. Free ,
coaching. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE,
Pep t, *u-t. Rochestar._Jt._l._J
WANTED. BARTENDER. MUST BE '
ejaatflflej to wotk tu city. A Mm, ,
care T'tneF-Dlspatch. j
W.?..\TED7~A~ ?XS~T? help IN ocr '
stove department . rothkkt A co. J
wanted. young MEN TO TRAVEL
and SSOatt; salary and commission,
hostlers make 140 to i:.i per month 1
net. dixie PORTRAIT CO., esc, I
Greenville, N- c
W\\ N T i; ?, "a fIRST-CLASS REAL ES- '
tute salesman: a business getter: J
'established business; fint> opportun-,
ity for the right man. Address, with
refers ace, 1*. o. Box 2?o. City._
BTKaM-~F1TTERS,~~ HOLDERS, MA- i
rhinlats, helpers, grocer clerks, dairy
handa. See AMERICAN labor i
bureau. 11? North Ninth Street. <
WANTED. JaiEK A3U> BOYJS only I
Shops in Southern States that lully ?
? juips one for sutomobile trade;
many positions open. CAROLINA ,
AfTu school Charlotte. N. C.
Wanted*" first-class barber I
_ 2509 East Broad._j
A WELL-educated MAN OF MID- I
age. well k.i.ivn b. the business .
people of Richmond, who is a good. '
convincing talker, to hiip promote !
a corporation now h stgaafSf d.
Unless you are aaaatAaJ and cat: j
meet the abo e re<i its do nut;
waste your time. 2<ji Nations! Bank
Wasted, job pressman, apply
la southern printing co., inc.,
Ill South Eighth Street. _
BARBER W ant ed. Fl Rf>1-cla^s'
colored tarber wanted by W. A. Hill.j
proprietor Marbl-j and Mirrow Pal-i
ace Barber Shop, Stearns Building.:
Newport News, Va., complexion mustj
be light crown skin or mulatto, $101
par week to begin with, snd more If J
satisfactorily efficient; no booze fight-1
era need apply; finest barber shop In I
the South; barber must be competent;'
on white people only. w. A. HILL.
Prop.. Stearns Building. 20? Twenty
eighth Street, Newport News. Vs.
WANTED. AT ONCE 5? LABORERS.
?1.75 per day. by George A. Fuller
Co.. White Sulphur Springe, W. Va.
Sea MR WARREN, First National
Bank Building, regarding fare.
Wanted, m men and bots to
work la shipping department. W.
T. HOOD A CO, Oiater Park._
WANTED. a DRIVER: ONE WHO Un?
derstands grocery business and can ,
tske orders. Must have experience; ,
reference required. PARK AVENUE i
GROCERY CO.. 2127 Park Avenue. __
WANTED. BRICKLAYERS AND HOD
carriers and one mortar mixer. Ap
/lly Moore Street front RICHMOND !
RON WORK __at new baseball psrk. j
WANTED. TWO NEAT WHITE BOYS, j
poslt/vely not over IS years old, to
set ap pins in bawling alley. Hotel j
Chamberlln. Can make abO'U ?5 a ,
week and room and board. Will be ;
well taken csre of. Address E. l
JACKSON. P. o. Boa 12. Old Po'nt.
IFa.VTEd, TTT6 6r THrke yoeng i
men of pood appearance, experience ,
not necessary; splendid chance for
advaacemeat; reference reiju red '
Call Room 1*1 Main Street Baak j
Blinding, after IP. U_i
FaFER boxes: EXPEKi ENCED haxd I
on ending machine; also floor boys: I
steady emptoysaeat sear round, j
RICHMOND PAPER BOX FACTORY
13JJ Eas? Franken
>ci? UUmttw faniit
WjteTtt ^posttio?* 7 Alf' Inrftx?:.
gr;.pher hy yt?nn? lady, raised In
eountrv. two yeerr experteace. can j
sssist with books, moderste sslsry: |
testlmonisis Address STE.NOGRA- :
fhER. Lawretrcevllle, Va._
wi%NTEn7-?n_nX PER IENCED MTD- I
die-aged nurse, whs 1? willing te go
Marth with family with two children. ,
Apply 211 North^oaaaerdy Street-_
W?lcTED. GIRL. FOR GENERAL
hooseworh; aiao de washing; two la
tesally: seed aat star nights. Call,
with refers. ce_22II Staart Avenue.
jct, ??? Wertk
W?JTTTO. OrBLS r^R W?AT, CI*A*
aas rar ?VI _twel^ pears etd ; a^a>
^ Safa, *T,s^rrfcwawrTw
WANTED. WTUATION AS OARPEN
erj applicant also unJeratands cars
poultry and /los/era Address U
tu. cars Tlmss-Plapatea._
HOUSE MAN. JANITOR AND ?KXTOrf
wishes work. Address Routs 1, Box
young MARRIED MAN, TRAVELING
salesman, desires position as ship?
ping tii ik. or any stationary pertnn
nent position that carries promotion.
_J. k._M.._! ox 1??. fcklma. n. c. _
rot'Na married man wants 1*0
sition as foreman on farm; state
wages, cun give reference, can bAR
die farm machinery Address 103"
Hull Ulmet. South Richmond._
sT ANTED. A position by young
nib ii lit the wholesale or retail
greeery business. Apply D 30?. care
T)mes-I>lspat? h._ |
Wanted" ? position bt tocmo i
maa in the wholesale or retail '
ttr.t.ry. Address 1> IM, care Times- !
KXFc:RIK.\r"l~ M?LK" rTILN?GRA- ,
rhei wants work at ni^lit*. Address 1
It 131. csre Times-Dispatch._I
Y?lfN?^OI.ORED MAN. NOW EM- :
ployed. desires position In the city
or suburbs as butler. - . r.lj.? > or gen?
eral all-around worker. Address C
Mil, care Yi:nc3-Diap.iU-h. '
?irt'itwnc C fro./-rnulf |
itAanwax wt > Yavia ?adt op
culture, positron as comp.ir.ion to
elderly person or an Invalid, or gov?
erness to* snail children in private
faaafrpi best of refersne*. Address.
COMPANION. 230 Third Avenue.
Holtland l ark. R.chmond. Va.
A L\dy STKN'fy.HAPIIKR. 'WITH A
number of years' expe. lenre, denires
a position: ?holesale business pre?
ferred; can furnikh references. Ad?
dress k 2>>l. care Tlrm s-Dlapatcli
f?VSG LADY OK reF1Ne11KNT. AND
exi?erleiiccd dressmaker, would l-ke
place as family di.rsmakei or com
BaUsIssj to old or invalid lady. Ad?
dress ?"SAI'IE." General Del'very.
esxi' t?p "* THIS WINNER": bo re
money niakir, ae!'.* like hot cakes:!
10)'., profits; free particulars; write!
me to-daj. THE piix1ium SUPPLY ,
CO., 24r>3 East Monument Street,)
Solicitors? ?no ?alfsmrn
TRAVELING ^SALESMAN WANTED!
by a iar(re> Baltimore crockery andj
glassware importing and jobbing)
boute. some knowledge of ths line::
traveling experleiic? and refe-ences
necessary. Address CiiuCKEKY.'
^AMTmmi, '."^?n?n~''Is^gs?C TO~TS*OW
that JAHN Kb. BROS.. Jewelers. ?13
East Main Street, buy. sell, sxebaags
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUE
LATB*T STYLES Old gold oaf all
vei xiwsys taken *9 exenanga_
for rent, an underwood type
writer in perfect order at $3 rental ?
per montii. j. F. how1son. 605 ;
East Main 8treet._ _?
ANNOUNCEMENT.?WE are now !
North gathering up nice and fresh
?i:;.;jlles of general merchandise, J
which we will have in our com- |
modlous auction rooms, at 1308 East i
Main street, for sale about November
lo. Merchants are most respectfully
Invited to atteni this sale.
__amuel stern A co^
our oxt-OA? flame welds cast
iron, steel. brass, aluminum and
wrought iron machine parts, also,
caat-oron braslng. THE 9trick
_ land MACHINE oo._, |
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT
I have qualified, as administratrix of
the late Fatrick McGranighan. Ail
persons indebted to his estate will
settle vith me. while all having de- :
mands against the estate will pre- ;
sent the same to me. duly verfled, i
mary V. McGRANIGHAN.
Administratrix Patrick McGrani?
iHf 1A VI: 'A~Ma'CiIINE^TcTmANUFACV !
ture an article for which there is an j
unlimited local demand. 1 need about '
f t.Ooo. and am willing to aell 25 I
per cent interest; eJaaV profits $100 i
to 1125 per day. Write st once. Ad- ?
dress C 302. care Times-Dispatch. ?
waNTE1 '7 TO ~buT A, BUSINESS OR
an interest in a business, with ser?
vices. Give full particulars. B 275.
oam Times-Dispatch^_ '
\. ANTED. PARTNER^ YOUNG man. 1
for traveling amusement proposition,
winter. Florida; have business: need j
SgM. Address B oi. car* Times- !
WANTED. ?]?nExTERJE"NCED SALES
man as business manager for es- j
tablished manufacturing company,
one who can take an interest of
from ?5.046 to 910.000 In business
and take entire charge of depart-1
nient. Excellent opportunity to
right man. References exchanged, j
Address J 1*4. cars Times-Dispatch.!
Rawm* jfn \%mt
era exposure. S14 East Clay Strest;
STOP IN THE HEART OF Rl CH?
ID on d. at THE ROANOKE. 114 North
ElgMh Street. Newly furnlabed
rooms 50 cents day up Special
rs tea by week or month._
bath: two light hous? keeping rooms;
central. 80? Esst Clay._
VAPOR-HEATED ROOMS FORi"?EN" 1
tlemen. 103 East Graaa.
PLEASANT" FI HNLSHED RDOM; PRB- j
fer nurse cr a gentleman; private
family; second apartment, north.
THE SHIRLEY. Third ami Cary
NTCELT FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH
or without board; also connecting ;
rooms, suitsble for housekeeping. lit
East Marsh IL_ _ I
BKlTlilT. AT TRACTIVE MUOM^ fi
North Sixth, eist side of strest. I
FOR R K NT. WEI^FURNJiWlET) |
heated rooms. lot North Ninth St.
TV? O OK THREE BRIGHT^TTBAC- !
tive connecting rooms, nieeiy for-1
nlr'ied. stngle or en satte, second :
a;.artm?nT :?>! Eaat Franklin.
FOR RENT. "ELEGANT". FURNISHED;
rooms in the mo?l central and select
pert of ti.e city; also rooms for j
transients, f I per day and up. t#S |
East Grace. _ i
NK*ELT FURNTSHED ROOM. WTTH i
or without boSMrd. 71S
FURNISHED "ROOMS." LIGHT HOUSE
keep ng; also singAe room, adjoining j
bath, ?nd use phoaa. Ml North
fR?SNT"'i:rK>M. with' i56ARt>T^i5r
rellent table hoard. Ml East Oraoa
BtiAI MERJ? W \NTED FOB VACANT
rooms. 2*9 Eaat Oraoa_
WHEN TOU com* TC RICHMOND1
atop at 1m7 East Clap; Srst-clans'
accommodation; European a* a marl
can. reoant Me aad im. par aap:
avesJo aerved in old Virginia atyVs.
foOaaw WTTH BOARD, I
K Mass K 9. M?m
Weat Oraoa Mpaag, CHy.
WAPffgD^ *B>A?t?7>ERS FOR
MBB^HAB^B- ^BOWBMg^U n^^
NEITHER OF YOU
ht?TOKC YCLEd .vSa* BZ *Ciutt>. KKW
and second-hand: repairing of ail1
Und?. TOMPKIN? !>..?' W.st Boad.
FOB SALE, $37? JU C. SMITH 12-1
gauge Monagram gun. $T-'i. two seta |
barrel*. 171? East Krankila Street.,
T. W. TIONOBS SON._I
FOR bAU, CHEAP. ALL aliNDS OK '
sceond-hand niecaanlcal tool*, alao
trunks aed auit cesea. Apply to
ELSNER BROS.. 170? Kaat Mala
_St reel. pa a. n brokera_
FOR FIRST-CLASS FRCITS^AND PRO
vislons, call at 42-' Kaat Marshall;
Strtet or phone Madison 9465. Low- '
est price?, goods delivered any parti
of city and suburbs._ j
FOR SALE. NO. I SMITH FEKMIER
typewriter* in perfect order at $17.60
cash, fully guatanleed. subject to '
careful inspection. AMERICAN
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. INC, 605 j
East Main Street. Phono Madison i
BOILERS. ENOINEsTw'ooTjrWORKING i
machinery of every deasrlption. belt- j
ing. hangers, chatting and pulleys;
condition guaranteed. L BLUFORD ?
dc CO. 153* Kaat Cary Street_j
DRUG STORK FOR SALE; A BAF>- .
gain; good location, in one of the'
largest cities in the State; will beat j
Inspection, b 60. care Times-Dispatch.j
FOR SALE. SAWMILL AND TEAM, i
Eight good mules, young. well- j
broken and in splendid condition. [
with four wagons and harness for .
same. Also sawmill with capacity
twelve thousand feet per day .with
two million feet standing timber?
pine and hardwood?located near
Eunl. Va.. ready for Immediate de?
livery. Price reasonable. Address
W. W. ROBERTSON. Norfolk. Va.
ONE 16-HORSEPOWER DOUBLE
GEARED TRACTION ENGINE;
PEsACTICALLY NEW; USED VERY j
LITTLE; COMPLETE WITH ALL!
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS: ALSO I
SAWMILL OUTFIT; A BARGAFN TO,
QUICK PURCHASER ADDRESS P. j
O. BOX $3?.
BRAND-NEW ROYAL TWO-COLOR
llbhira typewriter, a bargain to quick
purchaser. Box MS.
BULBS. JONQUILS?EMPEROR JON
quil. the Uns large golden yellow va- j
riety- produce immense blooms in
spring; 30c dozen; $1.75. 100; $1$. 1,24)4); ]
C O D. city. POAT BROS.. Bulb
Growers. Highland Park, Monroe \
HAVE YOU WEIGHED UPON THE
wonderful Talking Scales, now lo?
cated at Xc^ 700^ East Main StreetT
FOR SALE. TYPEWRITERS. ALL
makes rented by the day, week or
aahath to responsible parties. Rent i
applied on purchase: $5.50 a naentn
and upward. AMERICAN TYPE?
WRITER EXCHANGK, INC.. 605 East <
Main Street. Phone Madison 52??. J
OUR OXY-GAS FLAME WELDS CAST- !
iron steel, brass, aluminum and
wrought iron machine parts; also
cast-iron brazing. THE STRICK
LAXD MACHINE CO. _.
TINNERS' AND BUILDERS" WAGONS.
$S0; grocery wagon. $100.
WE HAVE A WELL EQUIPTED
plant for repairing and painting ve?
hicles, automobile body buildlngend
painting a specialty; prompt service.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO PAJJCTTNO
ELECTRIC AND OAS CARS.
YOU CAN GET A BARGAIN W
gles and aurreys ?tRI CHMOND VE?
HICLE CONSTRUCTION CO.
JUST PUT IN CAR OF HAYDOC BUO
gies. surreys end runabouts; business
and pleasure: if you are in need w?
can suit you. THOS. H- DUKE 4%
CO.. lee Braak Avones._
For wagons, go to richardson
BROS. ?15 Brook A venae. Painting,
repairing and rubber-tire work.
FOR SALE. WELL AF^DtTKO
restaurant, up-to-date la ????????
section of the city, paying well .good
reason for selling. Appiy EDGAR
B ENGLISH. Rooms 625-4 American
National Bank Building.
FOR-SALE. MILL, THREE STANDS
roller process: corn barr. capacity
25 barrels dally; good stream, lit
acres la poaO. for ?2.S0?. A bargain.
CHAS, C CLARKE. De Witt, Va._
INDIAN 4-HORSEPOWER FREE EN
gine. Motorcycle, seventy-, vs dol?
lars. In A No. 1 condition. Most be
inspecteJ to sppreclate a bargstn
1*07 West Broo^ Street._
ONE ^HORSEPOWER VERTICAL
boiler, one M horsepower I ii Uli
marin? boiler, one vertical ??sine,
one vertical marine engine, one bo?l
er feed pump, one feed water neater
copper tubes; Shaft lag and abaft
hangers Boilers and machinery are
in good condltleaj -lightly aaed. Baal
17?. Claremont. Va._|
REAL WINCHESTER RIFLES-?.$? |
repeating. .22 automatic
ycu mean business. Boa 17?. Rich?
mond. Vs. ??in i "aw
wr^*?"r?.- -..a- i. ear qaaanty.
WANTED 1?) OLD rCATHKR BEDS:
also old-tla?e anttase sofas, tablea
rhira. braases. satrrers. leweiry?
anything als. ?- K. BEARD. IS
Wst mtmtm. khahhtsa SHT.
WANTED. TO IMTTRKTf FEWBOWS j
Real Cef ?ff fr- $r*t
Improvement-, all klada of fruit;
good elovor land: five-room house;
ten miles out. but convenient to Rich
mor.d. Will sell very cheap. Call
Monroe 747 for particulars ob week
FOR BALK. PROPERTY IN WOOD
land Heights. Forest H?1. Chestnut
11 111 end other suburbs. GEO. E.
CRAWFORD * CO. ?32 East Main
EXECUTOR S SALE.?1 W ILL OFFER
at public sale la Hsrriaoaourg.
Rockinghatn County. Vs.. at 13
o'clock Thursday, November list, the
well known and valuable Kawley
Springs. Va_ property, 1810-1*12.
This Is the finest chalybeate spring
In Virginia; carbonate protoxide Iron.
Identical with the celebrated spring
at Spa. Belgium. The ?juailllee of
this water are unsurpassed In this
Country. For analysis and full par?
ticulars addresa H S. nWlTZEK.
Executor, tlsrrlaonburg. Va.
fcUdi Cstatt Jfot litnt
Mutual Building, at attractive prices, j
will be rented separably a desired.
Address d. B. MARTIN COMPAN X.
No. folk. Va_
TLU?l C?tatt CUanttb
to five years unproved farm uf 75
to 150 acres, with privilege of pur?
chasing at any time. Give full de?
scription of improvements, location l
and terms' of lease and sale. Address
c 298. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED? T?liUTT? three to TEN
acre tract, improved or unimproved,
near car line, convenient to Rich?
mond. Ulvo lowest price. HERMAN
BOEHME. Meadow. Va_
LIST lOUss /aja>*9 WiTii j. a. CON
NELL I m co. IVrU? postal for nec
eaeary blanks ?
poultr?, &tt<i dim li?f ft-tork
and harncsa thos. ANDERSON, s
cheap; to QUICK BUveil bat !
buggy mare. No. ?30. 2710-A East
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
" at HUGHSS'B. 20? North Third._
LESSER. THE LADIES' TAILOR, THE
only one in town who makes a spe?
cialty in altering all kinds of gar?
ments to the latest fashion. Every
garment that Is altered In my eatab
liahment Is dooe under my personal
supervision. Prien very moderate i
and work aatiafacTory. The Raleigh
Apartments. Harrison and Franklin.
Phone Madison 4623._
DAVID T. WILLIAMS. CIVIL EN
gineer aad surveyor. Room 208 Na?
tional Bank of Virginia Building.
Phone Monroe 21t._
8PIRELLA CORSET SHOP. MRS. cor
nelia Moore, city manager. 217 e.
Grace StreeL Richmond. Va. Custom
corsets. Phone Madison 7282._
J?, Coal and CctDOO
?l^d^R"^a^?A5Ar3^?l?r atf laSSe
block, perfectly dry o?* and pine or
perfectly dry slab. It's worth double
common wet doty small wood. My
coal burns to ashss. not rocka Mad -
son 1070. long's. 150b' West Broad
COLD WEATHER IS COMING; ORDER
your wood by the load and save re?
tailers' profit. Phone Monroe 2129.
Best quality pine wood, the
?7 kind, lor ?6.50 cord. 93.26 per
bslf-cord; big. full loads. Phone
Monroe 437?. ltne A harris, 1811
East Cary. _
jf Ut0 JFOt Rent
also furnished room. 304 East Main.
FURNISHED SECOND-STORY FLAT;
furnished rooms; no children. 7 North
DESIRABLE FIVE-ROOM FLAT TO
sub-lease; rent 127.50. WILLIAMS, j
2014-A Hanover Avenue._ \
FIVE ROOMS FOR RENT. ALL IM- !
provements: rent reasonable: good
location. Call It Eaat Main StreeL
auumoiiiki tor ?ak__
model, In good condition. Special
cash price for quick sale. Owner
leaving town. A 264, care Times
_ STORAGE IN CTTT. $1 ;
par load. Store your furniture, bug
glee, automobiles, pianos at TOJsU'
KINS. ?27 West ~
TO IsBMD ON*" '. DIAMONDS AND ]
waiehn at Now- Torfc rates. ML F.
JACOBS * SON. No. 218 North Ninth.
ISc REBATE IF YC U BRING SHOES
with this coupon. Maas shoos half
soled. 7*c rsbated to CM; ladles'
half soles, too, rebated to Me, Every
pair sewed; heat isathsr; as nails, as
pega Heeling. Its. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTOR.. 71? Eaat
Mala. Phone Moares MOT,_
A NICE FLOOR.
HOUSECLEANING. WAXING AND]
staining floors, old stains removed
and reOnlched any color; satisfaction;
guaranteed. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
TYPEWRITERS OF ALL STANDARD
makes ranted by the day, week or
month, three months. 8? and up?
wards. Rent applied on par- !
chase. AMERICAN TYPEWRITER '
EXCHANGE. INC. ?08 Eaat Mala!
Street. Phone Madison 828?.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM TOB 1 EN. JR.. la a guar?
antee that It Is done properly; 2?
years' experience. Cleaning. $1, main
springs. $L 4M Eaat Bros? Street.
SUMMER KATES MOW ON PIANO
moving aad overhaallag by factory
experts Prompt. en ratal work
guaranteed. Phsas Ma Sis? 8116.
CMAS. M ST1EFF. Plaasa U7 W.
FINE UPHOLSTtCRtNG AND SAT
WE RaTPATR AND UPHOLSTER FUR
nltnre la aast maaaor. asaks over
sid aaUrt ass Ilka new. sand for
and return them ths asms ?tax.
(Signed) JACOB) UMLAUF. Phons
cnmy^av^aaca'hM ^ seta road snd
tWflmTrtWt^m isosrvsd ts rajoet any
j W'E ARE^^NOVY DISPLAY INO OUR
fait imp vf millinery and reedy-made
garnietits. Latest exclusive shaves
in tr?innied and untrimmed hats. All
kinds of millinery novelties; new
and up-to-date lall aal winter
suits; coats, dresses: alterations Ire*.
Save money and buy from MKS.
JULIUS BKaK Uta East Mala
Richmond. Frederlcksburg and Po
toaaac .mo Richmond aud Peters
berg Railroad Connection
Office of the Secretary.
Richmond. V a.. October Iis, 1912.
NOTICE IS HERE Y GIVEN THAT
th- a.m'ial meeting of the stockhsid
<-u of tos R chtnond. Fi edericksburg
and Potomac and Richmond and Fe
tarafettrg Railroad Connection Coin
P ny will t,e held st its om e. la
the clt uf Richmond, Vs.. on MON?
DAY, the i->h day of November. 1?12,
at 10 o'clock A, Ml
Tue stock transfer books will be
closed at 3 o'clock F. M. Monday. No?
vember 11. lili. and reopened at 10
o'clock A. M. Tuesday. November
1*. Ifl2. W D. DUKE.
Paars tar y.
Atlantic Cuaat Line Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary.
[NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN THAT
the regular annual and general meet?
ing of the stockholder* of tks At?
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company
win be held at the office of the com?
pany, at Byrd Street Station, in the
city of Richmond. Va.. on Tuesday,
the mh day of November. 1812, at 11
o'clock A. M . for the election of di- ;
rector* and other officers, and for i
the transaction of sucn other bust- 1
lies* as may lawfully come be.'ors '
the me-ting, including the suojest
herelnaf i<-r stated. Tbl? meeting
has also been called by the board
of directors as a special meeting of
the stocknoider* of the company, to
be held at tile same time and place,
to consider, act and paa* upon, au?
thorize and consent to, an Increase
of the common capital stock of this
company by the amount of six mil
lion dollars, in addition to toe pres
sat authorized issue of such stock. '
such increase to consist of sixty
thousand shares, each of the par
value of one hundred dollars, and
to the isaue and aale thereof; and
to provide that each and every
stockholder of this comptany shall
be given the right of subscribing
for and purchasing at par common .
capital stock of this company equal '
to 10 per cent of his recorded hold- i
ings of the capital stock of this cum
pany upou a date to be fixed by the
board of directors, and upon such '
conditions as may be determined;
and generally to take any and all
action that may seem necessary and
desirable In connection with, ger?
mane to or growing out of any of
the matters hereinbefore stated.
The books for the transfer of th*
capital stock of the company will '
close Wednesday, November (. 1812. '
at 3 o'clock P. iL. and will be re?
opened on Wednesday, November 20,
1812. at 10 o'clock A. M
By order of the Board of Directors.
H. L BORDEN.
October 1?. 1912.
I Richmond. Fredericksburg and Po?
tomac Railroad Company,
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va., October 18, 1812.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I the annual meeting of the atockhold
ers of the Richmond. Fredericksburg
i and Potomac Railroad Company will
I be held at its office, la the First
National Bank Building, Richmond,
I Va.. on Monday, the 18th day of
Nover-iber. 1812. at 11 o'clock A. M.
The stock transfer books will be
closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Monday.
November 11, 1812, end reopened at
10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November
I Washington-Southern Railway Com?
Office of we Secretary,
R'ohmond. Va., October IS, 1912.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
: the annual meeting of the atockhold
< era of the Waahlngton-Southera
Railway Company wi.i be held at
j Its office. In the First National Bank
' Building. Richmond. Va., oa Monday,
! the 18th day of November. 1*12, at
12 o'clock noon.
The stock transfer books will be
! closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Monday, No
I vember 11. 1912, and reopened at 10
i o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November 19.
I Potomac Railroad Company,
Office of the Secretary.
i Richmond. Va.. October IS, 1913,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, the annual meeting of the Stockbold- i
era of the Potomac Railroad Com?
pany w'll be held at Its office, in the
First National Bank Building. Rich?
mond. Va.. on Monday, the loth day
of November. 1912. at 12:30 P. M
The stock transfer books will be
closed st 3 o'clock P. M Monday,
November 11. 1812. and reopened at
10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November
[Ths Atlantic Land and Improvement
Office of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT |
the regular annual meeting of stock
kolders of Ths Atlantic Land and
Improvement Company will be held
at the office of the company, in ths
city of Richmond. Va.. on Tuesday,
the nineteenth dsy of November, A.
A. 1911. at 12:30 o'clock P. M.
H. L BORDEN.
Richmond Locomotive Works,
Richmond. Vs.. October 17, 1912.
[NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stock?
holders of Richmond Locomotive
Works will be held at the office of
ths company. In the etty of Rich?
mond. County of Henrlco. Virginia,
on Wednesday, the thirteenth day of
November. 1812, at 11:20 o'clock la
the forenoon, for the purpose of
electing directors sno officers, aad
for the transaction of such other
easiness as may properly come ha
for* the meeting. _
C & DENNY.
I Virginia Railway and Power Company.
C2S-C30 East Main Street,
Richmond. October 23. 1912.
i NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
the annual meeti-.g of the stock- i
holders of the Virmnia Railway and
Power Company will be held at the
general office of the company, la
the city of Richmond. Va. oa Wed
aeeSay. Norember 20. 1912. at 12
o clock M.
The transfer books will ha dosed
on Thursday. October 3L 1912. at I :
o'clock P. M? end will he reopened
oa Thursday. November 21. 1P12. at |
1? o'clock A. M.
m A SPFCIAL COhfMCKICATTON
ajKa of Temple Ledge. No. 8. A.. F A
/yf\ A. M. will be held is the Ma?
sonic Temple THIS (Tuesday) EVE?
NING at 5 o'clock.
I Membe-s of sister lodges aad tran- ,
'?tent brethren are fraternally Invlts4
I to unite with aa
i By order of the Worshipful Master.' I
ALEX. W. ARCHFR,
m NO 19.?A STATED COM MUNI
aj"?r cation of Richmond I-odge. Xe.
/VV is. A select Free aad Accepted)
Mssona will he held In the Msaoalc
Tearsle THIS (Teeadayl EVENING.
November s, 1912. st 7 3? o'clock. De?
gree work. Members of sister lodges
and transient brethren fraternally ta
Committee Recommends All
Year Scheme to City
WOULD COST $7,500 A YEAR
Want Local Man as General
Supervisor of Recre?
Following up the recent playground
survey of Richmond, a resolution was
presented to the Common Council last
Bight snd referred to ths Committee
oa Grounds snd Buildings propos?
ing thO SPP oprlat'OQ of ?7.600
for playground purpoaaa during
Uli. the fund to bo placed to
the credit of ths Administrative Board.
Accompanying ths resolution was a
letter outlining a proposed plan for
the organisation of ths play spaces and
tolling what has bsegt accomplished
by the citizens' committee on recrea- j
tton and playgrounds. Ths letter:
states that through ths aid of inter-j
eated citizens $800 was raised, part;
of which waa apent in making a com-!
p.-ebensive survey of ths needs of!
Richmond by a recreation expert. Row- |
land Hayn es. representing ths Play?
ground aad Reereatlon Association of
America. Ths recommendations mgde
by Mr. Haynas havs been carefully ex.
amlned by ths committee, which makes
the following recommendations:
1. That the Administrativ? Board
shall havs at Its disposal by ths pro?
posed ordinance funds for the employ?
ment of an expert, specially trained
and experienced recreation supervisor,
at a salary of not leas than $1,801 nor
more than 81,000 annually, who ahould
give his satire time to the supervision
and building up ot an adequate recrea?
tion system for the city of Richmond.
Some such persons now resident in ths
city of Richmond are available, aad
may bo recommended by this commit?
tee at the proper time.
2. That the Administrative Board
shall have at Its disposal for ths year
1913 by the proposed ordinance a aum
of not less than $2,600 nor more than
98,000 for competent assistants to take
charge of ths several playgrounds
j under ths supervision of ths recrsa
| tlon supervisor, and also a sum of not
; lass than $2.300 nor more than $2.800
i for equipment, supplies and caretakers.
a That such assistants and eare
I takers shall be selected, trained and
directed by the recreation supervisor,
and auch equipment and supplies shall
I be selected, distributed and Installed
' under the direction of tha recreation
supervisor, subject to the approval of
the Administrative Board.
4. That ths recreation supervisor, to
the best at his ability, with tha funds
at his disposal, under the Administra?
tive Board, shall provide recreation
under competent direction.
All the Tear Rsnnd.
L In the three summer months (a)
for children nnder slsvsn years of age
In certain school yards; (b) for chil?
dren and young people over sloven
years of age in a play-field or play
fields of not less than two acres each,
either on property already owned by
ths city or to be acquired by the city,
or pending the acquirement of ade?
quate space, on certain streets reserved
for play during certain honrs.
II. In the five spring and fall months.
Continuation of summer work as out?
lined ander I, after school hours and
III. In the four winter months. In?
door recreation for children and young
people over twelve years of age. In
such school buildings aa ths School
Board provides use of.
As the city la now appropriating I
$2,500 for playground work, the sum
suggested is only $8.000 more, and at
tention la called to the fact that It la:
proposed that this sum provide recrea- ;
tloa .facilities for the entire year, in?
stead of for ths three summer months, j
aa at present.
Florida tor Six
Zt Is estimated that the expenditure
above outlined will enable ths city to
supply proper recreation tar aa aggre?
gate attendance of 147.00? persona dar.
tng tha year. This estimate la baaed
partly upon what ban boon already,
dona In ths city aad a poo what has!
been dona In other oltloa Ths num?
ber of children who oaa than bs
reached wlU be from six to sight times
aa many as those reached by the pres?
ent appropriation. Ths proposed ap?
propriation Is three times aa great as
ths present one. and the work sag*
gested Is at leant six tlmss as great,
which means a net saving of at least
one-half of the per capita soot of the
Ths Finance Committee of the Oown- j
ell of Norfolk on October 1?
mended an expenditure of 17.8*8 on ths
supervision and equipment of five
I playgrounds centres in that stty. noas
i of the rr.cney to be used for the por
I chaec or Isaaa of grounds.
I Among those who signed ahm letter
' were the follow lag: W. M Addison. J.
St Oeorg* Bryan. T. M. Carrlngtsn.
J. A C Chandler. Charles B. Cooke.
I few. W Russell Bowls, prank W Duke.
?r IX Puke, W. W. OtUetts. L. McX.
, Jsdklna, J SASht Pnrrtsb, Jollen H
i Rill. w. T. Doha ay. W. T. Relthard.
l R Whipple, e. Randolph WIlMama
! B. Baad. WellfOTd, Henry W. Wood.
k. c. Masata, ihn 11 mmm.
owing to en* fact that the committee
or, recreation and playgrounds em?
ployed an cvtaldo export to make the
recreation svrvey It has been thonxM
that thei i -msi itee was also anxious to
secure aa ealsider so recreation enr?-r
vis w for Richmond. Sash la not ths
case The committee and the various
ether organisations co-ops rating a Ith
:bem ire anWafJ interested ra gs? tc
the h-st riosibls leadership far tho
children .\nd roong psepss of the dty
Rlctmond la or assail y fortunate ta
r^oaesrtng among its rsstaUnta two or
three qait* well equipped psianus for
the posit 'on sf recreation 8J8JBJ8J8J Haw.
Mr. Haywes*a srsett was asses that
of aa architect, and he was aaTTed ta
beeant? ho has) saasta snch roerenelsn
surveys Hi several of the barge cities
of she one try. aad the as mm it
wishiI Richmond to have aa good aj
starrer as any other city. R Is ess*
?to. 4 that no dtp sf ths atas ad Rich-1
Sktanfa an? f
Wishing to retire from MajH
ness, owner will sell bar
restaurant at a successful Bf
Street hotel, with long lease tsjj
premises. The receipts have rmm
from $45,000 to $50,000 per an?
num. Reply to J 147, care Times*
aartton mtlt* CT* Sty
BEAUTTFT7L BLTLDIXG LOT ON
WEST SIDE OF TWENTY-3TXT?
I STREET. BETWEEN O AND 1?
STREETS. FRONTING ON TBS
I WESTERN LINE OF TWENTT
[ SIXTH STREET 41 FEET t INCHES.
WITH A DEPTH BETWEEN PAR?
ALLEL LINES OF 132 FEET TO A,
U-FOOT ALLEY. ON
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. IMS.
st 4:20 P. M..
we will offer for aale, on the premise*
the sbove described lot.
This Is in a rood locality, where
renting property is in great demand,
and should attract the attentiea 4?
the Investor, with a view of building. <
either for an investment or for a homo.
TERMS: Easy, and announced aS
GREEN a REDD.
flaction malts, jpntacr Bt&3
Ruffin a Sloans,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
At the request of the parties at he*
terest we Will offer for sale, on ths
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER ?, 1912,
at 5 o'clock P. M.
that desirable property.
(South Pine Street
Ths lot has a frontage of SO feat
and a depth of i?5 feet The house
haa nine rooms. Is in good condition.
In a good neighborhood, aad win pay
well as an Investment or will make
a desirable home.
Ths Owners are anxious to sell for a
division of the proceeds, so attend this
sate and secure a bargain.
TERMS: Liberal, and announced at
RUFFIN a SLOAN, a
William B. Pixxlnt Company,
Real Estate Aucti >neers.
I No. 614 Denny Sir
la pursuance to a decree entered la
ths Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond. Va., on the 24th day of October,
1912. In the suit tsere n pending under
the style of Mary Elizabeth Rice vs.
MatUe J. Nuckols et als., we wiU sell
at public aucUon, on the premises, oa
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1912.
at 4 o'clock P. M,
that attractive, detached brick tea-,
room residence. No. 614 Denny Street,
fronting twenty-three feet six inches
(23-<> on the nort side of Denny
Street and extending back from sakl
front one hundred (100) feet to aa alley
in the rear ten (10) feet wide.
TERMS: One-third of purchase pries
in cash and the balance In tnree equal
Instalments, payabe at three, six aas]
nine months from date of sale, deferred
payments to be evidenced by notes,
with interest added, title to he retained
until all purchase money is paid; er
all cash, at she option at* the pur?
chaser. This property is sohl suhlest
to the confirmation of the court
JOHN J. BLAK ?
ROBERT H. TALLEY.
X certify that the head required hp
the above dacsss ef tag Special Com
missioner has been duly given.
Otvsa ander my hand this 2d day si
November. 1912. (Teste)
OHdBI.EE a SAYILLhV
Pollard a Bagby.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
TWO DETACHED HOUSES ON TBS
WEST SIDE OF BUCHANAN
STREET. BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND WILLIAMS STREETS; ALSO
A SMALL STORE PROPERTY,
BEING KNOWN AS NOS. IMS-ISM
BUCHANAN STREET?GOOD 1
la execution of s deed ef trust dated
. April 19. I9S?. aad recorded la the
J clerk's office of the Richmond Chaa
! eery Ooart D. B. 1S9-B. paar* 97. de?
fault having been made In the pay.
' meat of a portion ef the debt thai sla
i secured. 1 will sell at sacties. sa tha
; premises, oa _
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER I,
? t i o'clock P. X..
ths shove mentioned property,
of the house? containa abost
the other about four;
i feet frost by a go^d d?pth.
I This property will make a .
' Investment proposition, aad wt
! ably go at a sacrifice.
TERMS Enough In cash te pay
I of ssle and any tax** that may ha
1 one sot* for $1.4*9. subject te '
' ef " and one ?f Hv the
: epos er?4tt nayments at eae
? years s'ter dat?. deferred psyi
! hear Interest *t ?% sad te he
by deed of trust ae all eash
apron <rf th* purchaser
HR POLLARD^ X*V.^
w b._IT dl">reet terras trees
sVoald be 4'slred. they " "
ranged hy *?e!ng the set