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CBBATEST WANT AM RBAL B9
TATK MKDIIM JN VIRtHNIA, AND
ONE OK TUB BBST IB AMBBJCA.
Want Ad Rates
Daily, aac erat par war* wfcea paid
la edvaace. Km ad. take* few leaa tfcaa
One aad oae-halt eeata a ward all
ctaeeideatleaa except Mituatlea Wanted
few Sunday, ell aal lea waated, ana coat
? ward. Nu Ad. Saaday takea far lees
tfcaa atteea eeata.
Ka ada. takea far leaa tfcaa tweaty
Bre eeata wfcea phoned la ar charged
Cd the coaater.
Pfcoee ordera not guaraateed.
CtaeelAra(leaa pat gaaraateed after
?d? F. X.
Far baataeaa eeatraeta, eaad far the
Waat Ad. Baa. Pheae Moero* i.
WKKlkWrM Hfrk "i'oiNti?H"nrx)o';
liver-co.ored in .mi. spot on aide und
rump, ? St Bang Chi8itrn<id Court
lioube ??.d Swift Creek, Answers
to the name or Batter Reward f
returned, to 2519 East Grace Street
p??TED. ^BORkRs" FOR' STEaM
?hovel work at Vailne. n. C. Wegas,
11 60 per da>. Weekly pay. FISilER
* CAUOZZA, General Contractors.
WANTED. FIVE EXPERIENCED in
?urance organisers tor Richmond;
best adequate rate life and health
and accident certificate* TUE OR?
DER of THE GOLDEN BEAU Trav
tiers' Building-. j
KaILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED;
f'j'i month. Richmond examinations
coming soon, coaching free, FRANK
UN INSTITUTS, Dept. 414 W..
Rochester. n. Y
jpf a NT BX>. MBit TO fftAVBi In crawl
salary and commission. DIXIE FOR
TRA1T CO. INC., Rocky Maunt. n. C.
SV'ANTED. a man TO WORK ON
farm, situated near Richmond. Apply
415 North First Street. References
required.
WANTLD, men and BOYS. only
shops in Southern States that fully
equips one for automobile trade;
many positions open. CAROLINA
AUTO SCHOOL. Charlotte. n. &
??ANTED. MAN OF ABILITY TO As?
sist in organizing an association of
this city. Must he capable of talk?
ing to the public, and give good,
references es to his ability. Box
?33. City
Vakted. a cooper for gen
eral repair work, and can make
h'mself generally areeful about a
factory Apply PIN MONEY PICKLE
FACTORY. 1500 West Marshall.
feoY WANTKT? RUX?ERRANi>S. CO
IXJNIAL PRESSIN*? CLUB. 1?3> W.
Broad Street.
tT.\nteT^" YOUN?""man WITH not
less than one year's experience in
drug store; must he sober, honest
end not afraid to work. Two re
?ponsltle references with applica?
tion. Reply in own handwriting.
THOMPSON DRUG COMPANY. Chat?
ham. Va.
NTED TRAV FLING 8 ALES man;
experience unnecessary. Earn while
you learn. Hundreds of good posi
t'on? now fipcu. Write for par?
ticulars. bra I?STREET SYSTEM.
Rochester. N. T. _ _
** MIGHT. ACTIVE "BOY" ABOUT TT,
capable and willing to learn; good
<hance t? advance. Apply at onee
to MB I.IPFOItD. Store Manager.
Southern Stamp and Stationery Co..
T wel ve - Six Main._
V" ANTED AT ONCE. CYLINDER*
l>re?H feeder. Apply SOUTHERN
PRINTING CO, 114 South Eighth
Btraat
T'ANTED. FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE
bodiad. unmarried men .between ages
of IS and 35. citizens of United
States, of good character and tem?
perate* habits, who can speak, read
and write the English language. For
information, apply to Recruiting
Offices. 82* E. Broad Richmond. Vs.
mtUmtiBM taantrb. &dle
tff? 8 r?WG^LY^COM PET ENT"~BOCIC^
keeper, now employed, desires to
make a change: AI references. *F
504. care Times-Dispatch.
young newspaperman DESIRES j
position on dally, morning pp after- ,
noon, At present employ, d a? news .
and telegraph editor. Address 723. |
care T*mes-Dlspatch.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION A3
bookkeeper or clerical work. Re?
cently graduated from Massey Busi?
ness College. Salary no object;
best references. D 574. care Tlir.es
DUpatch._
BTOCK AND BOND SALESMAN OPEN
for engagement. At", dress F 415.
care TItnea-Dispatch.
PYIGH-ORADE CITY OR ROAD
salesman open for position. Address
B ?8, care Tl men-Dispatch.
1W ANTED. POSITION BT CAPABLE
etenographer. with two years* expe?
rience In law office. Address L. E.
H.. 884 East Clay.
WANTED. I>OSITION AS STATIONART
engineer; :eferences. FEM 25J1
P Street, Richmond.
%?clp cuanrxo j-rma'r
flT^TOC^'WA N^'VW^Rk~CI?ERICA C
mechanics' or manual. ar>p:y AMER?
ICAN LABOR BUREAU. 110 North
Ninth Street-_
?4VANTKD. COLORED GIRL FOR
housework. Apply 511 North Tenth
?treat._
YOUNG LADIES OF NEAT APPEAR- I
# ance clear IS to per day. Wher- j
aver you reside, small place or I
large, this is opportunity to eas'ly
snake money. Be Independent. I? - i
ltghtful employment for ladies. For
Information writ, at once. G. S.
OUT. 1?J? West Grace Street. R'oh
ssaad. Ta>
WANTED, JANUARY 1ST. a Work"
lav housekeeper for hoys' school:
must be Christian, middle-a??-4 wo- ,
paar, capable of direct.ne- the ?tr>
ppestlc affairs of the Institution No
attention will he paid O inexpe?
rienced spplh sals ,. ;<?2. c?*-?
Tlmes-Disratch._ _ j
W~a"NTKD! Y'HTNG LADfKS AS ITTOCK
keepers als? i^amstr? *?"?? for our
alteration department. Apply to |
TIIALHIMER BROS.. Fifth an 1 j
Broad.
&I1J>-R A RHOADS REQUIRE THE
services of brlan?. active aal?Miglrl?!
in verlous departments, previous ex-1
pertence de?dred. though not ess-n
tlal, permanent positions to those
Who qualify._
?j(?di1dnf GBcntrs. jFrniiU
AN EXPERIENCED TOCTfG LADY!
hook keeper deal res position, caaj
s pet ate typewriter, heat references
p (dd. care TTes-Dlppatch_
ftANTBD. DAT^'woiUrdw SMALL
washing to da. Apply PP? Wast
Charity Street
%rtth i... t m ftm?\r
?ir:7<hIE?C^Owf^-OO^r^M^Nf
?; It* w^eeh. ^Wrlte ImmedtaTely
jppt^^P^sti^ii s_^ssea. WM mj?
sMtuttifn*, Bt9tt*?i9ii?l I
rience desires position ss com?
panion, go Vernes?, clerk or any
food position. Address E 561. care
Times-Dispatch.
1 OSS cainuD ?
v7^Krlcj5rXAi> v " and ~oET<ff3?;i&n
scents and canvassers ot neat ap?
pearance; no experience required,
sells at sight Call morning, 1 1-2
gast Marshall Street,
foIPr """ntTan ^MflflrWo?IT tyf?
writer in perfect order at 13 rental
E?r month. J. F. howison. 6vi
ast Main 8treeL_ t
OUR OXY-O.tS FLVME welds CAST
Iron, steel, braas, aluminum and
wrought Iron machine parts; also
ca*t->lron brazing. THE strick?
LAND machine co._
WANTED. THE public TO know,
that. JAHNKE BROS., Jewelers. ?12
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS in Tsli
LATEST ST V ees. Old gold and
silver always taken la exchange.
j 26ugitu*>0 jaPupoctunuuo j
' CLAIMS OK EVERY KINO C41LLBCT
ed anywhere. FIDELITY CREDIT
CO., ill North E.gntn Street. Rich
! mond. Va._
one"million lollarsToaneu to
our customers to buy. bu.ld and IsS
; prove pioperty or lift mortgages. We
i only cliarge 5 per cent. MStsfSSt on
yearly ba.ani.es. principal payable
i #T.iO monthly or $'-<i" yearly on each
fl.uOO. Write for our booklet to?
day. It tells how. the STANDARD
I HOME COMPANY, till Mutual Build- j
I Ing. Richmond. Va._
CAPITAL_FOR APPROVED ENTER- i
prises without commission. Full ;
particulars mailed for 2c postage.
I Address THE GEOKGIA PRO
[ MOTKR, Gainesville. Ga._
WANTED, PARTY with $2 so to
i Join m?- in profitable esla.ulisb.ed
business*. Will stand closest inves?
tigation. Address E ?03. care
I_Tiroes-Dispatch._
Voultzt, $tt* gno Hut fetttfc
Fi^^?^^<?gr^'Ei?r broken
1.050 pound mare; works anywhere.
is also a good saddler. E. W. MA
: GRL'DER. Goddln HalL Phone
! Monroe 2777. _
FOR SALE. ONE WHITE ?ND
tirown-epotted pointer dog. two and
half years old; well broken and
I good retriever. Price. 1*50. For fur
; tfaer information apply or write
I THOS. H. OWEN,_Paces. Va |
for sale. one PAIR ponies. TRAP i
and. harness, ail complete, broke
for children to drive; ii inches high; ?
[ weight, 400 pounds; color, black and i
w hite. CRULL'S STABLES. is South 1
Tenth Street.
Jet, Coal and Citooo
C^LcTwTaTHEmTjjTcOMI^rORDER
your wood by tbe load and save re?
tailers' pro^t. Phone Monroe 212?.
i WOOD FOR HEATERS AND cook
I stoves, two-thirds seasoned; heats 1
and lasts like coal- $5.5o per cord,
$2.7? per haif-cord, $1.40 per quarter
i cord. Phone Monroe 437? and save
money. LYME 4% HARRIS. 1811 East
Cary._
BEST QUALITY PINE wood. the
$7 kind, for tC.lt> cord. ?3.25 per
half-cord; big. full loada Phone
i Monroe 437?. lYNE at HARRIS, 1811
East Cary.
; OCR LRY KINDLING BEST IN CITY;
j heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; $l75 haif-cord.
' DAVID M. lea ft CO. Phone Mon
I roe ?8?._I
i LONG ADVISES USE OF R. O. M.
! coal, half lamp, for cooking, grates
I and furnaces, because it la about
half price of anthracite coal; per
! fectlv smokeless. Main office 150?
i Vt est Broad.
prrsona'0
! hu^'aIT'iiair^bou^
at HUGHESS. 20? North Third._
I REFINED lTdIES WANTED TO SELL
custom-made corsets: prospective
customers' name furnished. Instruc?
tions free, salary and commission.
BARCLY CORSET. 505 East Grace
Monroe 2484. Mrs. E. F. Hatton. Mrs.
I M. A. Carter. Managers._
I
H. SCHOSTOCK. ARTISTIC LADIES*
TAILOR. 2u7 NORTH FIFTH st.
1L. GOLDBERG,
lormerly with
102 North First
LADIES' TAILOR.
Kaufman A Co..
Street.
DAVID T. WILLIAMS. CIVIL EN- i
gineer and surveyor. Room 208 Na
Mona] Bank of Virginia Bullding, i
Phone Monroe 21?._
LESSER. THE LADIES' TAILOR. THE
only one in town who makes a spe?
cialty in altering all kinds of gar?
ments to tbe latest fashion. Every
garment that Is altered la my estab?
lishment is done under my personal
supervision. Price very moderate
and work satisfactory. The Raleigh
Apartments. Harrison and Franklin. ,
Phone Madison 452?.
Caantxo I
Flf?NTrt?stE~^A^ BU*f ;
hoasehold goods ot any kind aad
any amount. Phone Mad lean ISO?._ ;
YO? CAN MAKE $500?WANTED.
FOR A CLIENT. A THOROUGH- i
BRED POINTER DOG. BROKE IN
every WAV. COLOR. BROWN
AND WHITE. NOT OVER TWO <2?
TEAKS OLD. NO SETTERS CON- |
SIDERED. WE ARE AUTHORIZED
TO PAY AS MUCH AS $.=>?? FOR
THE D<X?. IF YOU HAVE WHAT
OIK CLIENT WANTS WRITE US
AT ONCE AND WE WILL CALL
To SEE WHAT YOU HAVE FOR
S\I.E. ADDRESS T> 432. CAKE j
T1M ES- Dl S PATCH._ I
WANTED. TO INTEREST PERSONS
i at home in renting a good typewriter,
any make, three months for $5. Rent
spnll?d on purchase. AMERICAN
' TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. INC.. i
v . East Mam StreeL Phone Madison
525?._j
WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH, H?USE
hold goods in any quant ty. Phone
Madiroa 3*51- _
tum? fx Rest_
' STOP IX '!IEART^F^IC?08CD AT
I The Komnko: newlv furnished |
I rooms: I5c day up. bath, phone; heat, ?
NICELY FURNISHED KOOM? WITH
or without board 718 East Marshall..
I TW<? S1XG1.E FURNISHED R'XlMS. I
$1 i~? ST. a month. IS ?oath Adams. I
FOR RENT. FURNISHED FRONT J
room rfitrri he?L el.rtrfr light: IIS
month. TUAYLOR ?:i Stuart Ave?
nue. rh??ne Monroe ^5?t._|
NICELY FURNISH ED* ~ROOM FOR
gentlemen; combination lights, bath,
central. 123 South Fifth,
FOR RENT. XI CELT FURNISHED
room, ose or two g eat lessen 80 J
Greenwood Avenue. BoTtoa HoQsrhtS.
BRIGHT "ATTRACTIVE RtXMaR 1?
North Sixth, east ssde e< s4ra4rL__
LARGE FRONT ROOM. NICELY FCR
nishad far couple er jpsaUssssa, all
rAnT*4Y4?s4's*s9C,0?9? 9% ???kjii.
LARGBV. LIGHT room, completely
far ale* ss far htasttTitplats, ltd
West Oqwa
1 l^'RRYJSrlEf* ROOM PXYR ?TEsTTLE
tsea; electric ttjratg SSssMBj hsst, 4j*>
vater. hwth VfT"GTXlA m. ILDTNO.
for REJtT. NICELY
DAILY PUZZLES
What kind of robber?
ANSWC-H TO I KSTkkday'S PlZZa.?
Plover.
Stn ?dit
for'wag?ns^go ^to^rTcIia'^xson
XiiMxi, ?15 Brook Avenue. Painting,
repairing and rubber tire work.
FOR SALE. NO. 2 SMITH PREMIER
I typewriter* in perfect order at $17.50
! cash, fuily (fuaraiiUtC, subject to
careful inspection. AM Kit ic AN
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, INC.. ?05
East Main Street. Phone Madison
jsa_
FOR SALE. HIGH GRADE BUSINESS
! buggy; 8L Louis storm buggy; 1
newly painted cutunder runabout,
several top wagons and one open
wagon A. MEYER'S SONS. 781 East
Cary Street.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE~"lN CITY OF
over 25,000, good, small stuck; good
stand; will sell at invoice, must sell
at once. D 30s, care Times-Dispatch.
FOR SALE. TYPE WRITERS. ALL
makes rented by the day. week or
.nonth to responsible parties. Rent
applied on purchase; $2.50 a month
and upward. AMERICAN' TYPE?
WRITER EXCHANGE. INC.. ?05 East
Main Street. Phone Madison 025?.
OUR OXY-GAS FLAME WELDS CAST
iron, steel. braas. aluminum and
wrought iron machine parts; also
caat-.rcn brazing. THE ST KICK
LAND MACHINE CO._
I WE HAVE A WELL EQUIPPED
I plant for repairing and painting ve
i bicies; automobile fcody builoing and
r>iinting a specialty; prompt service.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO PAINTING
ELECTRIC AND GAS CARS.
YOU CAN GET A BARGAIN IN BUG
gies and surreys and wagons at
RICHMOND VEHICLE CONSTRUC?
TION CO.
RUBBER-TIRE TOP BUGGY. $50;
I runabout. $35; surrey. $75; top
I wagon, $30; one $50; light sin?.?
! truck and one heavy truck. THOS.
j H. DUKE St CO.. 804 Brook Avenue.
BUSINESS WAGONS AND TRUCKS AT
I lowest prices; satisfaction gu&ran
; teed; easy term* A. MEYER'S SONS,
[ 731 East Cary Street
FOR SALE. TRACTION ENGINE. 1?
horsepowc-r. nearly new; alig) saw?
mill. Bargain for quick purchaser.
Box 883. City.
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER, 39
cents. REXNIE DAIRY CO.. 604
North Seventh.
STEAM LAUNDRY mTcHINER Y.
woodworking machinery, blacksmith,
tools, shafting, hangers, pulleys and
belting; condition guaranteed I.
BLU FORD & CO._
SHETLAND PONIES AND COLTS,
spotted and solid colors; an ideal
Christmas present for son or daugh?
ter. The sensational p*ize-winn*ng
$1.000 stallion. General Shatter. Ap?
ply or write ENOS. 411 South Laurel
Street.
???T Mst $m KM
?^apssTX-MP'-y^sir^
modern home on Park Avenue; vapor
heat; elect:lc lights. $40 per month.
BOWLES * JONES CO.. INC. 14 X.
Eighth Street_
EXCEPTIONAL RENT VALUE; ?N~>
expired lease for nice home on Grove
Avenue; seven rooms, electric lights.
; gas and water; only $20 per month.
Possession at once. BOWLES &
jones co.. INC., 14 North Eighth
Street_
FOR RENT. FURNISHER HOUSE;
enough permanent roomer* to cover
expense* Addrasa F 49?, care
Times-Dispatch_
j SIX-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT,
nicely located, near automobile
factory, corner Bread and Boule
| vard._
; NEW MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOME.
Just completed. Ginter Park; one
block from car line: electric lights,
water; large lot $22.60 per month,
BOWLES 4% JONES CO., INC.. 1? N.
Eighth Street._
CLOVER FIELDS," COMFORTABLE
I f*mily and hunting; resort, open all
I year; quail shooting, fox and drag
I hunting with K es wick Club. Cir?
culars and city references. Country
I homes sale or rent FRANK RAN
I*>LPH. Keswlck, Albemarle County,
Etral Ctftttt CClantrs
of main thoroughfares going wesL
near Lombardy: prefer modern cr>n
I veniences. Prlc? must not exceed
j ail t... Address F (12. care Tirne*
Dispatch._
! LIST TOUR" FARMS WITH J. A. CON
NELLY at CO. Writ* postal far
necessary blanks_
BMtMnff
RC<)MS7 V^TH 'lk>a RdTaL^^able
I boarders. Ii: North SlSJlh._
FIRST-CLASS APARTMENT8. VAPOR
heat, private bath and excellent
cuisine furnished, to permanent and
transient boarder*, at Mrs. Horace
Wellford Jesus new ?ad well
equipped house. 2"* East Franklin
I Street T*ble boarders a specialty.
Fl^r?^sTlED^ROOMsT WITH~BOARD?
' '*? Fast Ftanklla Street-_
?tOteMS. W ITH BOARD. SSI E- GRACE.
' _ MRS. R P SMITH._
WANTED. COUPLE TO BOARD and
occupy large. well-he* tew ar.d
lighted room, adjacent to hath; pri?
vate family. Phone Madison 3*14-J.
or apply 7*4 Lamb Avenue. Barton
Heights, _
WHEN YOU" COME TO RICHMOND
stop at iocs East taay. Erst-class
*ccomtr.od?Uon. European or Ameri?
can, rooms sac. sad 74c aar day:
masrs served la old Virginia style.
lUil C0i.tr Sot feuU
at public Ml* In Uarrlsonburg.
Rocklngham County. V?.. at It
o'clock Thursday, November Slat, the
well known and valuable Rawley
.Springs. Vs., property, 1810-1.13.
This Is the finest chalybeate spring
In Virginia; carbonate protoxide Iron.
Identical with the celebrated spring
at bpa. Belgium. The qualities of
this water are unsurpassed In this
country. Fur analysis sad full par?
ticulars address K. d. bWlVZEtt.
Executor. Uamaonburg. Va.
138 ACHES ExXrE_LENT DWEI__NU
i and outhonv *. (good orchard; SO
acres in cultivation; convenient to
school and railroad; $1,000.
18 ACRES. COOP FIVE-ROOM
dwelling;. In ?ight of depot and
school; six miles from Richmond;
?-',000.
240 ACRES FINE BLUE OK ASS LAND
in excellent con-litlon; six-room
dwelling and barn, zoo cleared; $8.
6uo. . nia is one of the best farina
on the market.
400 ACRES SM A EL TIMBER, 2 1-2
miles from depot, If mil>es from
Richmond $2.750.
! 900-ACEE RIVER FARM; 700 UN
| der cultivation; 19 buildings, nearly
i MS; goou dwelling. This place can
be bougiR for $20,000 If sold by Jan
j uary I.
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US. FOL
I i.Al'.li Ac BAGiiY, 1002 East Main
j_Street. Richmond, Va._
BEST AND SAFEST~IN VESTMENT ON
j earth. New Vork real estate; a few
tine MM gains lor sale or exchange for
; Southern .'arms or Richmond prop
! eny. DAM RON, 358 Putnam Avenue,
{ Brooklyn. New York._ |
FOR SALeToNE^OF THE MOST COM
| plete homes on drove Avenue, $22.
000; also one on Grace Street, $20.
1 000. Address Box 34. Station B.
_City._
? A GILT-EDGE INVESTMENT, $8.150 j
cost price, rent, $b00 a .year; beat;
apartments in the West End for the
I money on a good avenue, hot water
heat, hardwood mantels, gas and
' electric fixtures; modern and up to
date, one left. Buy from owner and
save money. D 348, care Times
! Dispatch_ '
] SPECIAL BARGAIN?STORE AND ?
i dwelling cor-.blned, near Twenty
i first and Mala Streets. Can be used
I for small factory. RAAB A CO.. '
i Mutual l/uilding_i
BoacD L?antra
I bu^n_ss w6m7:n~Tbesibj: t~wo
? furnlehed rooms, south of Broad.
! central, with or without board. D
468, care Times-Dispatch._
Jfcxooms oLiinifO
W*ANTEdT^A N ICE FRONT AND
hall room by a settled widow lady
with no encumbrance. Address
WIDOW, care Times-Dispatch._
WANTED. TWO Oil THREE FUR
nished or partly furnished rooms
for light housekeeping;; state price;
must be in good neighborhood. Ad
dress F 399. care Times-Dispatch.
SQiSttUanzouB
'STORAG_r
i -
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITT. $1 1
1 per load. Store your furniture, bug- :
gies, automobiles, pianos at TOMP- i
KINS, 327 West Broad.
SHOE REPAIRING.
10c REBATE IF YOU BRING SHOES 1
with this coupon. Men's shoes half
soled, 75c., rebated to Sect lad'es'
half-soles. 80c rebated to 50c. Every
pair sewed, best leather; no nails, no
pegs Heeling. 25c. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTORY, 718 East |
Main. Phone Monroe 2887.
DON'T HAVE TROUBLE
j WITH HOUSECLEANTNG. STAINING
! and waxing floors. Call Monroe 3120
j for first-class service. Satisfaction
guaranteed. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
! FINE, UPHOLSTERING AND MAT
tp EBfllEfl
WE REPAIR AND UPHOLSTER FUR-1
niture In best manner, make over '
old matt: ses like new. send for I
and return them the same day. |
(Signed! JACOB UMLAUF. Phone,
Madison 329?.
PIANOa
SUMMER RATES NOW ON PIANO
moving and overhauling by factory
experts Prompt. careful work
guaranteed. Phone Madison $118.
CHAS. M STIEFF. Pianos. 117 W. j
Broad. i
WATCH REPAIRING.
TOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by WM TOBIEN. JR.. is a guar?
antee that It is done properly; 20
years' experience. Cleaning. $1; main
springs. $1. 448 East Broad Street.
TYPEWRITERS OF ALL STANDARD
makes rented by the day, week or j
month, three months, $5 and up
wards. Rent applied on pur?
chase AMERICAN TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. INC.. 886 East Main
Street Phone Madison 525?.
CREAM PUFFS, 12 LARGE ONES. FOR
28c DRiNKARDa, Sixth and Clay]
Streeta. _ _ _
9?fftirm0
Atlec tlcT5oe* t n e~i ? fi r^^~0?nrpa_y,
Office of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HERBST GIVEN THAT <
the regular annual and general meet
Ing of the stockholders of the At- ,
lantlc Coaat Line Railroad Company ,
will be held at the office of the com- i
pany. at Byrd Street Station, la the
city of Richmond. Va, on Tuesday. !
the 19th ctay of November, 1912, at 11 ?
o'clock A. M-. tor the ele-tloa of di?
rectors and other officers, and for .
the transaction of auca other bust- j
ncss as may lawfully come bet?re
the meeting. Including the suojeet
hereinafter stated. This meeting
has also been called by the board
of directors aa a special meeting of
the atockholders of the company, to
be beld at the same time and place,
to consider, act and pasa upon, sue
iborize and consent to, an increase
of the common capital stock of this
company by the amount of six mil?
lion do.iar?. la addition to the pres?
ent authorised issue of such stock,
such increase to consist of slaty
thousand shares, each of the par .
value of one hundred dollars, and
to the issue sad aale thereof; aad
to provide that easa aad every
Sf>ckbo.der of this company stall
he give* the right of subscribing
for and parckaaing at par common {
capital stock e.' this company equal
to 18 per cent of his recorded hold
lags of the capital stock of this com
paay apon a date to be Used by the '
board of directors, aad apon such
conditions as may te determined,
and generally to take any aad all
action that may seen. n< -s?r> and
desirable la coane.-tion with, gar?
ms aa ta er growing out of aay of ]
the matters fcereiabefore stated.
The books for the transfer of the ,
capital stock of the cosspaay will
close Wedresday, November 8. 1811,
at S o'clock p. ML. aad will
opeaed an Wedaaaday. November 84,
1912. at 18 o'clock A. M. I
By order of the Board of Directors.
H, U BOBDr"
OeteOeST 18. lPla.
Virgiata Railway aad Power
*28-<48 East Mala aUrent,
Rtchaa?d October 2?, 1912.
KOTKTB IB HBBEBT 4MVBB THAT I
tM MWti BWsediig of the
Oimpany will m
isggral aciWeaftha _
?m*mt~X*. WltTgtit
the eftp
af
o'cladk ML_
ssTnarsdayTocte+er IL 1812. st t
I'llnti P. M, aad ami be i ijim
CAPTAIN BEFORE
! COU.TJFJQUIIIY
Charge of Dereliction of Duty
Against Davant, of Company
F, Second Regiment
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.j j
Koanoke. Va., November i&.?A mili?
tary court of inquiry to Investigate and
report the alleged charges of derelic?
tion of duty of Captain Harry W. Da?
vant. or Company F. Second Virginia
Regiment, met to-day In tbe office of
-udge N. H. Hairs ton. In the Terry i
Building. Only one witness was ex j
amlned. s
Colonel R. F. Leedy, of Luray, wss]
the witness before Ute court. Captain
Gardner Waller, of Front Royal, of
the Second Infantry, la judge-advocate i
The other members of the court are
Major F.. L. Slaughter. Second Infantry
Culpeper; Captain C. G. Mason. Seeons!
Infantry, Luray; Captain J. E. Moon. |
First Infantry. Lynchburg; Captain M. j
R. F. Morrison Second Infantry, Luray !
It Is probable that all of the evt-;
dence will be in to-morrow. It la not
a court-martial, and the finding of this
court will be reported for further con- j
slderatlon. ?
ACCEPTS RESIGNATION
OF POPULAR MINISTER
Fredericks burg CeagregatJoa Reluc
taat to Give Ca Rev. J. H. Header
lite?Sett to Settle Estate.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.] I
Frederlckaburg. Va. November 18.?!
The congregation of the Presbyterian
Church has reluctantly accepted the
resignation of Its pastor. Rev. J. H.
Henderlite. who has accepted a call
to the First Presbyterian Church at.
Gas to nl a, N. C. The East Hanovet
Presbytery will meet November 20 to
dissolve tbe pastoral relations be?
tween Rev. J. H. Henderlite and the
Fredericksburg church. The resigna
ttsa will take effect at the close of ths
services on the fourth Sunday In No?
vember. Mr. Henderlite will take
charge of the church at Gastonla on
the irrst Sunday In December. Mr.
Henderlite la exceedingly popular here,
and his contemplated removal to an-1
other city is a source of regret to ths
entire community.
Suit has been entered In the Circuit
Court of Caroline County by W. W.
Butzner, of this city, attorney for W.
T. Holloway and wife and C. A. Hollo
way and wife, against Powers and
Powers et als., to settle the estate of (
the late D. B. Powers of Caroline:
County, which Is said to be worth $100.
000.
Dr. A. C. Doggett, of this city, went
: to New York Saturday and joined his
sister there, who came from her home<
In Chicago, and the two sailed to-day
for London, England. Miss Doggett
Is not In good health, and her broth?
er weat over as her physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A- Gardner, ot
I Northumberland County, announce the
approaching marriage of their daugh?
ter. Miss Vlda Agneas Gardner, to!
Fitzhugh Jett, the wedding to take
piece Tuesday. November 28, at Fair
port Baptist Church, st Farrport, In
I that county.
ACCEPTS CALL TO BRISTOL.
Rer. Mr. WUasa. ef Isdlsss. Will Be
eosae Paust er ef Ceuisttaa Chorea.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bristol. Va, November 18.?The Rev.
Mr. Wilson, of Eaton, Ind, has accept?
ed a call to the pastorate of the Cen?
tral Christian Church of this city, and
I will succeed the Rev. J. Randall Farrls.
I resigned. Mr. Wilson writes that he
j will arrive here to take up the Bristol
I work early In January. Dr. Farrls, who
was for several years In charge of the
Bristol church. Is now located in Bir?
mingham, Ala., and has charge of Sun?
day scjiool work in Alabama, Georgia
and Mississippi.
Dr. J. M. Shelburne, who has for a
few years been pastor of the First
I Baptist Church, of thla city, will leave
I January 1 to be at the head of Howard
College, a prominent Baptist school for
girls, located In Birmingham.
DIBS OF HIS INJURIES.
wnilass B. Fisher Step* la Freart ef
C ex o. Trata at Crass*.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch 1
Staunton. Va, November 18.?Wtl
I Ham R Fisher stepped in front st I
, Chesapeake aad Ohls train No. 5. go
i Ing west, about nightfall yesterday at'
i Croxet and was run over, having both
, legs and his right arm cut off. He was ]
I picked up by the trainmen, aad accom?
panied by his wife, was brought to
ths hospital here. Fisher died early
this morning. He was standing on
She side track aad thought he was on
ths main track aad stepped out la
front of the train. Fisher was married
only las* Friday to Mies Cralg. of
Croxet. He was twenty-one years old j
The body has been taken back to
Croxet for Interment.
VERDICT IS ONE CKTT FINE
AND ONE MINUTE US JAILI
j [Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Woodstock. Va. November 19.? I
Joseph Sheets, a married man. of near
Edinburg. was to-day foand guilty of
unlawful taking, carrying away aad
secreting Miss Dors Gets, of the ?ante
neighborhood. After a trial lasting
more Shan four days, the verdict was 1
cent fine sad one minute In Ja iL The
defense maintained that the girl left
her home because of Inhuman treat
apmtag*
The Atlantic Laad sad Improvemeat
Company.
OSSCS Of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the regular annual meeting of stock?
holders of The Atlantic Laad aad
Improvement Compeny wil. be held
at the otsce of the company, is the
city ef Richmond. Va. on Tuesday.
Uts ainetecuth day ef November, i
D. ISIS, at 12 20 o'clock P. M.
H. L BORDEN.
Secretary.
November 2. 1*11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
general ?setlag of tbe stockholders
ef the Raak of Commerce and Trusts,
sf Richmond. Va.. has bees called
by the board of directors of said
baa*, te be held st the banking
Sf said beak. No Ml Bast
?et. Richmond. Va. *a
ay. um seta day of No?
un
"stO* IL RENT. JR.
as THE STATED COMMUNTCA
VV Hem of (be Riskaus? Raadetah
f*WK Lodge. Ms. IS. As asset. Free sad
jliTilliI Maeeaa. win bs heed In tbe
JsaswW H.I', rraoklla aad ttg.
teewth Streets. THIS (TsesdayY EVf
XTNG. Nosasabov IS. IMS. ?t ?:??
o'elsrh. Work In tbe degrees.
1? S*wd
PURE ELECTIONS
SOCIETY TO MEET
j Will Institute Investigation Into
Alleged Law Violations in
Ninth District
[Special to The Time?-Dispatch. ]
Bristol, Vs., Novemoar is.?The Pure
Elections Society of the Ninth Con?
gressional District of Virginia, or
I ganised recently for the purpose ot
I promoting pure elections, will hold a
? meeting in Bristol to-morrow, when
i an Investigation into alleged lrregu
I larities and law violations will be in?
stituted. The society has declared tts
j purpose to prosecute all election law
violators, and with this In view, re
i ports will be received from the various
counties of the district. It has been
persistently rumored that whiskey and
money were used to influence the elec?
tion in certain preclncta
Congressman C- B. Slemp was the
victor, having won over both General
R. A, Ayere, the Democratic nominee,
and Walter Graham, the Moose candi?
date. General Ayars is considering the
advisability of filing a contest and it
is probable his course will be deter?
mined by the action of the Pure Elec?
tions Society.
Both General Ayere and Mr. Slemp.
who entered into an agreement not to
use money improperly in the election,
deny any personal knowledge of
frauds or law violations. The vice
presidents of the Pure Elections So?
ciety, there being three in each coun?
ty, or one representing each of the
three political parties interested, will
report to the meeting here such in?
formation as has come to them con?
cerning the method of conducting the
recent election In the different counties.
This investigation is expected to re?
veal the true state of affairs.
Boyle? Headley.
[Special to The Tim es-Dispatch,]
Heathsvllle, Va, November 18.?
Miss Eunice Headley and Colona
Boyle, both od Callas, this county,
were married at the Methodist par?
sonage Saturday morning by Rev. E.
V. Carson,
auction ?alr? _fns &??
FOR SALE.
AT AUCTION.
Tuesday, November
19, 1912
AT 4:80 P. M.
CBWY STREET.
We will offer for sale by auction,
on the premises, the property.
I No. 303 W. Cary St.
fronting twenty-five feet on Cary
Street, twenty-two feet six Inches on
Madison Street, Just opposite the new
public school, and having 123 feet on an
alley leading to Belvidere Street.
There are two brick buildings, with
concrete floors, on the premises, and an
artesian well. 7.058 square feet in
lot.
This property Is most desirable for a
laundry, bottling works, garage or
manufacturing plant,
HAWKINS A BTTFORD.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
AUCTIONEERS
Ol 8 EAST BROAD ST.
LAST AUCTION SALE
OF
Colonial Ma?
hogany Furni?
ture, Etc.
AT ?27 EAST MAIN STREET
THIS- TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1*.
beginning at 10:80 A. M
Ton are Invited to attend this sale.
We will sell, among other pieces,
several Rare Sideboards. Card and
Reading Tables, Tea Tables, China
Closets. Dinner Tables. French Beds.,
Chairs, Rockers, Sofas. Bureaus. Chests
of Drawers. Wardrobes, large lot of
FPamed Plettrees. Mirrors, handsome j
Crystal Chandeliers, and other gooda
This win be the last chance to secure
such rare and handsome pieces of Fur?
niture at auction prices.
THE VALENTIN!' WCTTON CO.
??dtrl0
~TtJ*EsH'^
Table smote ntaaer War day aad
San day rveakeg, ? t. a a'etaeh. gl As
THE JEFFERSON
The most sea raincoat hotel ta the
Ssath. Europesn plan. 888B8B8 regie
aad an suite, with aad without batha j
Snarlosa sample
E_LF.VR.MTH AND C_AT STREETS.
Open dally from 18 A. M te I P M i
Admission. t8e. Free on datardays.,
TWELFTH AMD CT-AT FTREXTB
Open 8 A. M. to & r M.
By Virginia Auet-ioa Ca,
Auctioneers.' 616 E Broad
Phone Madison 3851
Storage Auction Sales
of
High Grade
Furnishings,
Pianos, Etc.
We will eell for W. Fred Richard
eon, Inc., to cover store,*-* and other
Charge?, at our storage room, ?os West
Main Street, on
THIS TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1?.
at 1):S0 A. M.
handsome Mahogany Chamber SuM,
Quartered oak and other Salts.
-Springs, Felt and Hair Mattresses.
Cha/irs. Rockers. Tables, hand Sorna Ma?
hogany and other Dining Room - Fur
nlture. Couches. Easy Chairs. Plot ares.
Mirrors, Heating Stoves, Sewing Ma
i chine. Kitchen Cabinet. Wardrobe.
Dressers and Stands?about twenty
lots of storage coods in all.
Eadlee invited to attend.
TERMS: Cash. Sale positive.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auctloneera
By Ruffln & Sloan,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
OF
THAT VERT DESIRABLE DOT OF
LAND, WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS
THEREON. SITUATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOUIS?
IANA AND FOURTH STREETS,
FULTON.
In execution of a decree entesed in
? the Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond on November 8. 1912, in the Wttt
of Thomas M. Flnnegnn vs. Jahn F.
Finnegan and others. I will sell at
' public auction, on the premises, on
THIS TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1$.
at 4 o'clock p. Ml.
that certain lot of land, with the Im?
provements thereon, commencing at
the northeast corner of Louisiana and
Fourth Streeta thence running In an
easterly direction along the north line
of Louisiana Street 88 feet 4 Inches,
thence extending back In a northerly
direction between parallel lines 129
feet, and known as No. 431 Louisiana
Street.
TERMS: One-third of the purchase
i money to be paid In cash, and the resi
! due In three equal instalments, pap
' able In three, six and nine months from
the date of sale, the credit Instal?
ments to be evidenced by notes of the
purchaser, with 6 per cent interest
added, the title to the property to be
retained until the whole of the par
chase price Is paid: or all cash, at
the option of the purchaser.
This sale to be made subject to the
confirmation of the court.
JOHN J. BLAKE.
Special Commissioner.
I certify that the bond required by
J the above decree of the special com?
missioner has been duly given.
I Given under my hand this 12th day
of November. 1812.
Teste: CHAS. O. SAVILLE.
_Clerk.
auction ?alf?, fnmtt
Adam A. Weschler.
Auctioneer.
SEVERAL HUNDRED FINE CAR?
RIAGES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
HARNESS, LIVERY. ETC
For account of storage charges and for.
clients replacing their teams with'
automobiles,
j BT PUBLIC AUCTION,
[At the Stables of W. F. Downey, Noa.
1622 to 1828 L Street. N. W..
Washington. D. C.
EVERT WEDNESDAT.
commencing 10:30 A. M,
until all is sold.
Mr. Downey enjoys the patronage sf
the most exclusive livery trade in the
District of Columbia; therefore the
carriages Included in these sales are
of the most desirable makes and In
excellent condition.
FIRST SALE.
WEDNESDAT. NOVEMBER 28.
commencing 10:20 A. M,
Includes:
Canopy-top Platform Surrey?pole
only;
"Brewster" Umbrella Surrey;
Natural Wood Station Wagon?pole
and shafts;
"Caffrey" Cut-under Station Wagon
?pole and shafts;
Doctor's Top Buggy, steel tiros;
Top Buggy, rubber tires;
Folding Seat Trap;
Six-passenger "Heady" Braks;
Four-psaseng<>r Park Trap;
Nine-passenger Wagonette;
Six-passenger Opera Bus;
Straight-front Min. Brougham:
Extension Brougham;
Sis-passenger Closed Carriage;
Lightweight Surrey:
Full Leather Top Landau:
Five-glass Landau;
Two Cabriolets, pole and shafts;
Six-passenger Wagonette, pole aad
shafts;
Bay Mare. 14 1-2 hands: fine saddler
Harness.
ON VIEW DAT BEFORE AND DAT
OF SALE.
TERMS: Cash: or more liberal terms
may be extended responsible parties
upon application to Mr. Downey prior
to sale. A detail list of each sssars
sale may be had upon application to
the undersigned. _ _
ADAM A. W ESCHLER.
Auctioneer
Office- ?20 Pa. Ave.. N. W. ,?????,?.
RmI t2fti.tr let Want
Offices For Rent
GALESK1
BUILDING
Eighth ex? Main Streets
Modern oJTWe and space, with ls?
pro re men ts mm?* to salt.
SPECIAL RENTAL rjROPOSTTrOIC.
BOWLES A JONES 'XJ-dPAlCT. BBC.
14 North 8>erbeb dtust.
Onri^ad
rwsng and
j iet wort* _
and hard. sOm

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