Newspaper Page Text
Greater RkkmonUi Great rat Kewapaper
URKATR'T WAJIT AND HE i ? E*
TATffl ?Hill M in VIRGINIA. AMD
OM. OK I 111 BEST IN A1IEKH A.
Want Ad Rates
Dally, eae rent per word ?hen pale
la advance. Ao ad. takra fur leaa l ban
Oae aad one-half eeata a ?ord all
rlaaaldratloaa rirryl slluatloa Waited
for sundny. kltuallua vt'aaird, <m> Mad
a "ord. No Art. Sunday lafcra <ar lea*
than flftrrn eeate.
Ne ada. taken for Iraa than twenty,
flea eeata when phoned In or charaed
at the counter.
Phone ordera aot guaranteed.
ClasalBcafluusi not (uiraulcrd after
0:30 r. If.
l<>r bualaaaa contraria, aead for the
Waal ad. Man. f*b?ur Homrm* _
kOOt IM J-Olill?
UAaT, LADY'S SILVER at?aBH BAM.
Iliaaid If returned to office of
lad HUM & BIO)., corner Twenty-first
v??F, i_dy*8 >;>>ui> \'.-\t<-ii with
K<>ld fob at-ai.-ned. either on Broad
and Main car or Main, hOtBreOB
Eighth and BeVeath * Reward If left
al CBJCBHX SHIRT CO.. >lt Baat
ruoarr white bvi_ terrier vrm
Mark ii???... Ion? tall, .lipped mmn
Had on inasN aplkod eoliai with ii.y
naaae and addr. s? tiieraaa aaaa lost.
itew-rd if rotdraed N. W. lirBAIvli.
H21 West Aeeaua
loot. OM_ KUIXTAIN PKS with
pare gol-i uaj.d ._? raOf-raja M. i i.
Rotate to Tlmea-Dtapatch j
U0nr7~ KKlEtA V AKTKKN'i U >S. Hi '
tween 111 North Baveata aad Sixth i
and Bioad Streets, or al at W ir
? inrean's store, an oblon?; broach.
Initial?. "II. .1." Liberal reward if j
? ? ;??#?! la above addreas
.STRAYED 1'KH.M l'HL'l.A. VA.. I
ISouthf rn lUilnayi Saturday. 4th. |
rett. r d.-ar. t.la> k and white head,
lest of l?>dy whit.' aaXOPt oeliift I. K
ed. Last seen coming* towards Rich
iiiond. He ~rd J'iHN IS. ?ROAlld.
Hl t.l .tel. Va.
t?frP CUdntfD _?i!lf
'"AXTMlJ. KOK 0 f>. AUMA. ABKE- |
bodleel, unmarried S?*B .between agci
Of 14 and IB, .11 Isens of United 1
Mtate?, ol good eh-:acter und tem?
perate hab.ts. wao can rp.ak. read
and write the Kt.f.mn language. Kur I
Information. ap>ly to Recruiting i
Offices. 120 E. br-ja.: Klchmond. Va.
ABLE-BODIED MEN wanted KO!'. i
fats tJaltSkf ."-tales Minne Corps, be- '
twetn the ?s"? Of 1J and Iii. Must
be-native born or n?v\e first paaera. j
Mrthly p.<y $10 to lot) Additional ;
compensation possible Kond. clothing. '
quart, rs and BVOdicai attendant-* free.
After If years' Bel StcQ .an rellra with
Vi per c-nt of pa] and allowances.
Servi.B baasd ah.p and ashore in
all parts of th<- world. Apply to
L'NiTED status MARINE <"Ki
RECRUITING okkice. ;i? Eaat Main
Street. Hi limond. Va.
WANTED, A Hook k EEPER, TOtTKO
man. for geaerai atalea work, able to I
hand'" i oi isapwikdi in a oi. typewriter, j
Miik. abdication h oa?a B#Jtttarrlt
itig. statin* aK? ? i' ?! -
ary expected to A-ldri'.-s K ?
491, ear- Tim. h i I. _ _ j
WAXTKIr It'.n.V.Al M.M1, h.CKk's1
for i_rcei ;.osi |M ?aaatk. Rtehaioad|
eiaailaailaiii soon. Coaehlojf free
kiiwki.IN iNKTlTUTR, Jtf-A.
Bo. ? ester. ML Y.
nTTEJkOORAPHBet AMD rifSKERAL OP
?ee man about twr-ftty yeare old
^rt-.ted hy larse eorporatinm
Phaare for sdTaaeetneat. Apply in
oar a fcaiHrailila< P 0 Box 1111.
TV ANT KD. ' C!TV pltUaOf KB POR
spites, aaoeaeea estreats and auu
drles. Apply ??2 Kast Clay.
WANTJ6t> ~REGlfll'Ehe11 ril.\l:MA
. !.?t ? ?fr??! salarv and hours. Beae\|
i^ft-r^n.eai <i ?; CONODOH ?'0.|
TVfAN T Kf K~H iB COMI-^f* I TO R PER
laaai al r-.aUlon. Applv B PRANK- |
UOi PaUQaW CO.. Peterebary. Va. j
f'l: i N Ti: f: -I: r?i T> >i: ?VI I J. PAI $lfe>
monthly to good man who will take I
an latafaat la in*- aaataaaB an<i n...^'
goad Musi ha?- ?i??<> la eaah. Ad - \
dre?y B- \ Ii. South HUI. Va.
w.wtkt. ftltH'hl.AiKl:- AND I. U?
(iie:? :.y lollX T. WIJ.-iN < '>. IN<'.
at i^.mbardy und Streets
BAKKRS WAXTKI?: 11A? "K KIt PAC^
lory; peelers o-'.ly: IIS par -seek.
Tra\ellr.g expense* paid. Apply FA -
moi-jj bisit it ro.. Plttaburgh, Pa
~AJtTaaT> FIRST CX?84 EbTTIMAI IN'*
i lerk for contraetlna huameas Ad? ,
rtref^s K 411. .are TlBaSia DiBPBteh.
?*. A NT Ui 4. v.-si ST A NT RA. ?K K K I: I - !
er, atennaraph? r sad raaaof in real
. vt ite r.ffi. e. ^niall salary to i>?al'i ;
p ?h A A ?-ONNT.i.i.T A- t^O
WANTED FIRST.. I.ass BIaA~C
aailth. Applv 314 North Fifth Street.
SMITH - MOORE VilMfn.K OO
teituarion? LClantf?. iP?lr
If 'ATi'l.. M.>ITT.iN'' WITil .-'!!'>!1
<t<>rr or ? hol. eaio house. Am willlo^
la start on ?mall salary; h?st refer,
i nc*. Box is. Hoydton. Va. ,
KI.GISTKKED I'ui'i 't.kkk DE~
rir*a position sfter January IS; per- I
marent er tftrrnnrv; reierenees,
furnished Ardr<*s F 4n>>. e.r^
Ti:.vvi.i.i.\? i ilaVaBaVaklf Or EXPE
rlene.- and abiiit> will accept po.^1- |
tion with ripht partita. Additss K
4>4. c?rt Ti.ries-Dl>palch.
i'f: tl ';HT?r\iAN wii.i. A'^ rjT prT
nitinn In ArTP athf r Im- exptlieatsd
In archil attire. Roj STS. Richmond..
WANTED. POtfTTION AT ?N?**K RT
reg?atered aaelatan? pharma<-l?? Ad
dretai C ItL ?-..r- Tlmrs Dfapatett
K.XPERIKM'ET? M \UKKT~ ft?IT.TItV
man desire, naaitioa ?n salary t<?
e?t*4>iish paaaf. ITiiaVrataaalB th?r
cuaMv fredlr.* t*\r haaPf est | -
duet i-n Ea eel lent refereaces. R..\
ii VxiPC'^r. Va
~ l?rlp .. u, /rni.ilf
WX.NTEI'. \ r;,k-.i> MAVIO |;|,T AND
e- sl N \Tir.x \ i, i; iKBI '1
?>flof. Sycamor. Ktreet rvt? rabaru
VA \NTKI?. MIDDT.i: I'll h WOMAN.
wh? nnderstanda L undr- work W '1
provide room and board an-1 pay lie
per mopth. Ijive age and welpht.
wartcd \ rioufi ???>k room on
the place 4o* Knot ITai.klin Stre.-t.
WANTED, TOf'NG i>\t?-i A8 sTKVk!.
mm- sti: > i s CtOAR IX)., t. ath
wantf.d. rttrpvE rom
? hi Id Appli. West ?Irare
w \NTKD. ? TAikKKINO (Trit - ' .
keeper for Home for urable. a,..
? SSTV.T'. AT i>V?"l.. WHITE WOMAN
to auras Invalid. .\f>P>y Uli Plnyd
WK^m^rtn!n-:rn.im rxv?K doom
? " ot Ar-ply i:4 Ka.t Broad Slreei
Wanted, at on.
?. ertnej lady paltrltor. for ritj work,
eneei reaatred \ idr-ea J 4M.
wanted, tei.kpikinf. -.i-kkator
far P R exchaage. ai?ply 1IUTKL
actuations (Xlanttn, frmalr
educated young lady of good Snai BT
ance, n'ncteen v?ar? old, an aaSlBlSBt
In millinery store, with opportunity
to tears the business Address Miss
II . i nr.- |,o? k llox Aphland. Va
TI I 'IV. Sil IVr. LETTERS. LKOil
doeeanenta, msausr rials, written at
rsudUbU rat.e fall Monroe J53?.'
7?! Mutual Building _
WANTED BY ' XKEIHKNCKD STK'
noumnhf r, position. Can furnish the
i.e-t ..r rate re area Nothing under
$?<> eoi.xldered. Address K 481. ore
?| laSf rilsl 'eh.
t)flp, ?^dlr linn ftmale
.1 l \ WOMEN - CKT OOVERXMETT
panel post Jobs: $10 week. Write
for 1st of pos't'nns open. FRANK
UN INSTITITK. Dspt 397-A.
Ro< ..o! ter. N. Y.
Protrcdional l?flp lUiintrD
IVAXT BD, T.'IIt. ? KIRST-OR.*I>K
white teachers for schools In
Bl?rk Creek District. New Kent
< "iinty, Va R S. DOBSON. Clerk.
XG&n-t CHANCE To MAKE 151'!
money OSjllhg on automobile owiie;-e.
'lot frei- details of our proposition
to-4.,.. camdkn BPBCIALT* UoM
i*anv. Cssadsa. n. j
asMtlCirpiJ uno aSdlf?rnrn
V ANTED, TWO id'H.-class sales
men, able to furnish guaranty tioud
to ?e,! To;, do rv.-al.-a and American
Mlcirig Machines, bis; OOaaaaavlaaMeeVa,
payaole weekly. Only men able to
ii.ake $4,000 or more a year need ap
I. viKOIXI A-<" a ROLi n A s<wle
KKD FIXTURE CO., Charlutte*ville.
MR, JOHN H BM1TH. oF THE RICK
ti.ond Vehicle Construction Company,
and Mi E. K. Mooit. of th. e K.
M?STS A Co.. announce the consoli?
dation of the two firms under the ]
i anas mt rh?- gsslth-Meors Vehicle
Caaranany. Business la the future i
'.Mil b? conducted from the plant of ]
Iks ahov.-metetioned firm. 311 .\. rth
Kirtli Street. A <'.ntlnuance of last
patronage Is respectfully requested. 1
KKKHH Bl' TTEI1M11. K DAI LT. OUR
"h. psaka of daily butter. UENMK
DAI R V CO._
WAMTBO. TI IE PTJBLJ C TO KNOW
that JAHXKE BROS.. Jewelera. alt
E'. >t M.Er, -' re. t t, .y. tri:, exchange,
and H KMuia.S'T DIAMONDS IS Tal E
LATEST STYLES. Old ?cid and
eUver always t..ken In exchange.
CAPITAL FOB All'RoVED enter
prlsej wltflout commission. Full par?
ticulars msllsd for 2c postage. Ad -
drees THE OEOROIA PROMOTER,
i i:.' I . c~ ? .. r;a_
Jrc, Coal tnl C?CD0
BEST DRY PIN B WOOD. STOVE
lengths. ?6 Jo cord. |S !j ba.f-cord, j
117;'. quarter-cord, dry pine and oiK:
mixed. |7 cord. IA.H half-cord, fi su
quarter-cord, eslseted, hait-se.isoneu '
slab, stove length, for heaters and
cook stoves, heats and lasts !:ke c?i,
, ...SO cord, 12.f.Z ;,all-cord. 1160 quar?
ter-cord. For big loads, j hone Mun- j
rwe 1376. LYNE A HARRIS, lall E. I
?1ST RECEIVED SEVERAL CARS OF
? dry pin- and oak wood Let
us ser.d yS"J a lo-.d: U will please
you. 'Alas the best anthracite and
1 :mp Sj.linl coal. Or<jers deliverer!
protoptly TYLER & RYAN. 10?!
West '~ary Street. MadDon 1979.
AUTO TRUCK CARiri^"T-TO_? TONS
of co.-.' ana 1 1-J corda of wood.
.,' R-.st de. very. otat service;
suburban orders a s;.*, ialty. One
boar notice all required. LON.l.
THB WOOD MAN. IM4J West Broad,
I'hones: Madison 1069-1070.
vHiilrtSl?."FlTTEEjf UUNDUElf voC
larr for three years Irom private
party; first mortgage, doubl;.
? lire.i. Address K care T'mes
WAj*TK?> TO BUY '-it TRADB FOR A
good muie. jive tu e!a;ht yeara old.
LYNE .t HARRIS. :8'.l East Cary |
W I NTKli. TO EL Y KOK I A .-H. Hi USE.
bold goods In any quant'ty. Pbone i
_- B IM_
13 Cd t'D m (j
Ar. K.i: ' .-"IN'? THREE" MONTHS
'or ext. risiv lmprovementa. Boule?
vard Im will ref.pen I.ecember 2oth.
All modem convenl'-nces. roriblned
with real eouutry and seashore;
aiui.dant. weil <o..ked fo.al our ?pe
? iaity. Send for literature to
M1S-I S TABB, Biui!e\ard Inn.
Ilairrpton. Va _
DK8IRABLE ROOMS. WITH BOiARDl
. r. eilent table hoard 4?! East
mrs ?'II AS. K BO WEBS. 117 EAST!
i'.inU:'. Street, haadsosas r?-ms
?? las heat and hoA'd_
Lxooma foi Krni
? T ' I' IN HEART OK RICHMOND AT
THE BO AN OK E, lli North ElShth.
Comfortal.le beds; warm rooms.
E> E \ ST < "LA Y STREET. SuCTIIERN
exposure; clean rooms. _
BTXOLE ROtMC tfEATET), WITH Oat
without board. tlT West Orsee.
POR BEBT. BKAUTIPTlIa BRIOHT
r.-.ms. 14 North Sixth, east fide
NI' EEV W\'T. ISHETJ ll'ioMS. WIT'I
? >r without hoard 71s East Mar?
TWo I" N' PI' I. N"I >H KI' HooMS. Sl'IT
.,' '. for l;Kh' housekeepinB. ITd-A
s'Oith Th|rd >treet.
^ 1 1HNISHEI. "room AT It;? Y~
Kranklm. gvutlertien preferreal. I'hor.e
' VnN'K-'HKt. ISOOM Kx<K (JENTEE
1Mb; heat and light. 401 BaSt
Franktla si n et
CALL AT KPTRKUeA rxiRSKT BOOT.
Hi Bbarl Grace ..nd sec out new
seVea mi;- fHtmnilk
\|. a BtKi m .raffer.
Ill MAN -lAlR BOCUHT AND SOLD
t HI*nifi:sS ' North Third.
VfIlijiSI \ " IN THE < I1A\'.-ERY
. o| l.-T oK THE CITY id RICH -
MtJXI* THE 1-TH DAI OP DE' EM
In Ihf matte- of the estate of SIDNEY
I ? LAY, deceaaed. ex-parte
It appearing t<> Ihe court that a
I ? :>? rl ' * ' ? ?? seaKI of *. J. < ? ? w n
ing admlnlsi rat"r of the estate of
Slc'nex I* Clav deceased, and a re
P. Clay to hip dlstrl'-ut"-, without re
.. ing raf ' a
CHAA O gAVILLK.
CBISS a% CTJTCHiN-i, P. (g>_
?NMIKII rO > I.M I.HDAY'e PlZZal
What at] it name for ja.il'.'
G N I Nk'"? II ETL?N^Y 1-ONI eST*BOTH'
texes. m|M and spotted; also lomn
Shetland uolts, aona and daugiiter?
Of General Shaflcr. the ll.O?U stal?
lion. Apply or write THuH ENOS.
salesman Montrosa pony Farm, ill
South Laurel Street._
?~.NE\V 'FAKM" V.'AtJON AXlTllA !i"
MM to be sold at once, only use?i
two weeks. No bargain like It in
Iowa Call IUI East Mail* Room 6.
typewriters of ale makes and|
SaOCalS sold, rented and akllluiiy re?
paired. Remingtons, Underwoods.
Olivers, Smith Kremiere. Bar Locke
and L C hm Ith Bros, macht nea rent?
ed, from f5 to ITfor 3 monlin. 1-Vst
rent paid applied on purchase. THE
AMERICAN I YPEW'RITKK EX?
CHANGE. 605 E Mam st:- at Tele-]
phone Madison l-?*.
NO. I KKMLNOTON TYPEWRITaUt,
pra-ti'ally new, having recently
beeji rebuilt, in perfect or<lt>r. for fi'J
Oaab. owing to ? iiiU.ge of business
wish to sell tl.is machine immediate?
ly. Telephone LAWRENCE. Fhon? |
FOR* sale, A < eO. .11 s aw MILL AS i
k'.oi as new. cheap, lloom t>, till|
Eui>t Main Street.
ADDING MACHO.'K OP HIGH CLAmV
popular make, an. oat new. will Ball
cheap. Write <(uick. l n. slvlxx j
60S e. Main. Telephone MaOison MM. i
for " SAle, An ~ADDTtkSS?GR?PH j
?MV hi:., complete for all k'nda of
quick addressing, with cabinet and
all attacl.ti.ent?. an I the manufac?
turer's Ku.irar.tee. for sale cheap. J.
P. HOWISOlf, Ml East Main Street,
Phone Madison 525?.
ton Si i. ? vv ell- eqet7'"fed~a,nd j
long-eMablM.ej restaurant, with
prj\ .Jeke of a two years' lease. Apply
. to EDWARD s ROSE CO.. II North
I:. ? r< art sttcei.
fHSCOND-HAND Gt A RANTE EI i M a - '
ehinery of every description, includ
lag boVers. englnea. woodworking :
n.achlnery. laundry machinery, i.elt- |
ing. shafting, haiigers and shaftaisr. I
I BL1TPORP A- CO, IMI E. Cary gt.
DREG RES.'NK.-S in TOWN OF ?R-1
banna. r.n Rappahsnnacfc River. Good!
la eat I <>n n<w building: o:.ly dr ig |
atore in community. ?". C CHOWN
!N<;. Pros ana, Vs
BEFORE Bt'YING WAGONS. BUGGIES,
surrys or phaetons, see our large
stock. We can save you money.
Everything gaaraatoed RaakMataasal
terms. A MEYER'S SONS. Til e. j
POR SALE. GOOD DRFG BUSINESS.
t..?ri of twelve thousand Plaue?)
M,Mf Address C MI, care T.rues
WAWTJu'D TO SELL BCBDBB?N GRO
rafy; eatabllahrd several years. Rea?
son for selling, time needed etBO
where. Apply '-'<2 East Marshall.
FOR WAGOMS no TO ?CHAJIDSONI
BROS.. Ill Brook Avenue Painting.
r?palrlrur arid rubl>er-tlre irn-k.
For "sale". BROAXi STEKKT COV
fecthinery and ice cr< am parlor
complete; all fixtur?a and stock;
(rood opportunity for gatrtf pur?
chaser. S. HISIIMEH. Sn< PToat
Broad street._ _
WT: HAVE REST" LINE OP~ IIOV V.- '
made waso.is In the cite haggles,
?WtlOfa runabouts and farm Wagoae;
sasae se nnd-hanrt loo- ri.??.ip tiios.
M. DI KE A TO. ?.<W Brook Avenue, j
FOR-s A KE. oNE M?>IM I. B WRITBR- j
ptreaa. new. has never ">*?-!i aaaaoti
ed. Will be ?iH cheap. Add real
Raaai 103, TTiata DIspaDli Buiiditig.
ffSJgt BALK. iT.dgd FEET OF SI> OVd"
Baad rrven-. ifrrhtiis lach dress pine
l-..,id? in s;""d condition INTERNA
TloN.vL HARVESTER rO., 1709 East
Ural C0t?tr for fealf
105 ACRE8 IN CHESTERFIELD :
County for sale or tra la for city
prop, rty A-i IffaBj L 141. care
fOR RALE, 14-W tC?? HOflBE. PRiCK'"
on W'-st ('dr) Street. 27 per cent for
th? iiivestm- rtt. 12.000 cash. Kciare n
OB easy terms. Room l and. 2. UU
Ea.?t Main Street.
rOR S a I.E. \T A BARGAIN, A NEW
?lvt ii...ni brick hous-- on Taoaty
eislifii gtTOet, ?: $2.".? '-ash. bal
an', ^n eas> payments iMtn 1 and
: 1112 Eje? Main Street.
k< f: >\:.; iTj '?"RES IV IMKH1E.R.
ti. M County, or- and one-|nif mtlea
from railroad. Pri. e. $c i9 p?-r acre
Inv.stisat? th!? if vaii want a
?hesp pla CO -MI EA * KVEOAN. 1111
? ? ? PfatB Street.
LEASE Y?TH I" * KM WITH THE
I.I'MiMONK PARS! ANI? LUMBER
CO. INf T):<y will set yo t th?
i I.iahest pri.e for ?ame In<|ii'r.
Room? 1 aad t, UU I>?t Main St
POR SALE two SMALL Tr.trr-- ..r
i pine tlm'>er. t!tr?? :md four hundr.d
I thousand feel r.?< V rultable for saw
raRPaap ard plllnr convenient to
water transportation: aultah;e |oca
tKn foi nr.all saarmlll. Price r< ??on
it .1 ?RriNGTON OO, Clare
PTBR ttAT.F. POT'R NEW' BRICK
hotieea in the Wist End. pressed
brick front. C'-*?ni?l fto:t n..r>he?.
h"t and .old water, bath, heat ?
Irh liahts and SO modern Improve,
m-nts on!-. $; 7So Jsoe me at once
. t a hargaln T. D JETT. *l 4 East
Main Street. Phone Madison 7?:7 \".
FARM FOR SAI.K IN <-|l?iSTKn
fieKf. 11* .t--es ||iia ea?h. balance |*
suit A harcain If taken at once,
laaatre Ban at t and 2. in: East
v% UVTHAXPTOK TLHRAt -V TWO
blocke from Country Club, lots from
fteO to $2.44? Easy payments Buy
n. w and g< t ths chcioe ones before
pr*ee? advance. SMTTll m ROM
R_n rth Seventh._
Ural Catatt ft euni
PrJfTtt* vt " two e?ty>iiT 'A vr> r a se -
ment sr >fc atore huHgln?. sie?
twenty-five Sv ,tif b indred feet, lo?
cate*' on beat .-orner In l*w? of AHa
iiU. Va Po?ae??lon in.n.ed:ate;>
opening for flrat claaa hardware or
feed store LA.VE-IrARJ'.ia CuRPO
KA.XION. Altavista, Va, ,_
Pa fr^"?e->fi f ? ?** sonXl^6s^
aultatlon In Richmond with Invent?
or*.; II f tern years' i x perlonce satia
fH'-t<.ry references ft BL BYAX
Patent Attorney, Bog ist. R'cr.moni.
LUal estate Cciartcro
I.IST VOUR KAMM FOR r,I.T<":
?alee Na eomm sslor? chanfed Call
Roaaa Wo. 1. IUI Ka.xt Main Street.
?VA VT ED. TO RIST Ff/R ONE THAR.
II or more acres. Munt h<iv? fir St?
einau, never-fall'ng water, good lani
and bu'ldlngs. close to trolley or
railroad, and near to Richmond Pre?
fer to.deal direct with owr.t r. F M.
CARrtTL Central y. id. C. A. Rlch
aaa i d, v a.
LIST TOUR FARMS WITH J A. CON?
NELLY & CO. Wr'te toatai for
ne< . ?*ary blanfca
' "shoe raiii'AiRiN?. '
10c REBATE IF VOU BRING SHOES
with this coupon. Men'a ahoea haif
aoled. llo., rebated to 16c; lad'ea'
half-soles, 60c. rebated to 50c. Every
pair sewed, seat leather, no nails, no
I **;b H -ellng. 2ic- LREW.S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTORY. 71? East
.V ' n i 111 M< nrue 2647.
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITT. |1
per load. Store your furnltur-t, bug?
gies, automobiles, planoa at TOMP
KINS. 32 7 Weat Broad.
DEAL VENTILATORS. MADE of
Kla*s; largest capacity; lowest price.
PhOBC Monroe 1602.
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Ex?
cellent consignment of Oriental r igs
and carpets, to be soil on commis?
sion basia at the earliest time pos?
sible. It CABapflaee the best makes
and weaves of the Persian art weav?
ing. I cariiestl> request the pres?
ence of ail n.y patrons an I those In?
terest*^ In rugs to attend this sale.
All rugs will be on exhibition and
sale Monday. January the ?"?tn. until
all are sold. Take advantage of
this. A. G. rAJUD, 217 North Fifth
Y?IT SHOtfLD KNOW
FOR HOfJfl BCLBA NINC. WAXINQ
and ataimtig floors, uashinir win?
dows to call Monroe 111A The beat
. WIU.IAM JOHNSON._|
BIG S.ALJTtHIS WEEK?Ralaln Cake.
2 lbs. for 2".e; Jelly Rolls. 10c lb.;
6 loaves Bread for 25c; Pound Cake.
Xt? lb.: Cand>. 7c Ib.. D RINK ARD S,
?11 1-2 N Sixth.
""Virginia Tr.i t Company.
Richmond. Va.. December 11. 1111.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tiila company will be
held at th?- office of the company, in
tka city of Richmond, Va.. on Tagst
slay. January 21. 1913, at 12 o'clock
noon. L D. AY LETT. I
NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL
Richmond. Pn d.-rn ksburg and Potomac
aw Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Va.. December 31. 1912.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Take:
notice, that, on Wednesday, Feb- ,
ruary E, MM at 11 o'clock A. M . a
special general meeting of tins stock- j
holders of the Riehmorvd. Fredericks- !
burg and Potomac Railroad Company :
will be held la the Iflce of the com- '
;<any. in the. hirst National Bank
Bulldlag, at the corner of Nlntb and
Main Streets, in Richmond, Va., pur?
suant to the call of the president
and directors of said company
adopted on December 19. 1912. the
purpose of said meeting being to
MJta action upon a proposition of
compromise and settlement nego?
tiated by the president and directors
of the company with the special com- !
mission representing the State of
Virginia and itB political sub- .
d'vislons as authorized by statute; 1
and also to take action upon a reso?
lution of the president and directors !
of the company looking to an ?
amendment of the company's char?
ier, as authorized by law, and also'
lot attending to any other matters
which may lawfully come oefore said
The books for the transfer of the
capital gtock. o' the company will be
closed on January IS, 1913. at 3
o'clock *. M . and reopened on l'.-b
ruarv 7. 1913. at 10 o'clock A. M j
By order o" taU President and i>i- '
rectors. MORMAJI e'ALL,
WK If. WHITE.
Rational State ind City Bank.
Richmond. Va., December 16. 1912.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE 1
stockholders of this bank will be j
held in Its banking house Tuesday. ?
January 14. 1912. at 12 o'clock noon. ?
for the SleCtiO? of dire, tors and
transaction of any other business;
that may propeny come before the I
JLLiEN H. HILL.
First National Bank of Richmond. Va?,
Deeetrtber 14. 1912.
THE REGULAR A.?N" 'AL MEETING
of tne stockholders of the First
National Bank of Richmond. Va.
for the e'.ction of directors and for
tte transaction of sny other buel
nesa win. h may properly come be?
fore Said meeting, will be held
TUESDAY. January 14. 1913. at 11
o'clock r.oort. In tue directors' room
?2 tne bans. No. 900 Eaat Mala
Street. I:i. hrrond. Va.
W M AODDtOK Cashier.
office , M Jmg Corporation.)
Rlckn set Ij v... i.ec so. 1912
THE ANN. VI. MEETING OF THE
stock hold- rs of thia corporation will
be bcM a; it> office. No. 6 North
T-r.th Street. TT'ESDAV. January 14.
i?n. at ? e'eJewfj P M.
OEOROE C. JEFFERSON.
BOTTCB ?f STOCKIfOLDERhf MEET?
THff IN1TIAK OR ORGANIZATION
meefl .g of the steakb "tders of the
OM T?o*r.lrlort Trust Company. In?
corporated <a Virginia corporation i.
haa h. en callevt f?r. and will b.- h-id
on M -ndav. January f?. 191". at 17
,.' to. k n.iddav. in C.e as-. inMy hall
?>f the Hotel Richmond, cornet Ninth I
ai.d -;r..' St nets. Ri.ruT.or-d. Vs.
f. r lib T>' -poae of taking so h st? SS j
a* mav M n?*?-rseary to he taken bv
th- stockholders to complete the or ?
gani7-.'.on of (he romi any ant of
attending to anv other husines, that
i- iv lawfuli. 'tne before .aid meet?
ing JONATHAN RH>- IX
W. M HARIJSToN
~ v rg ? ia tints Insurance Company.
Rl hr-ioi:.! Va . t'eeemher 2*. 1912.
THE |MMi;AL MEETING QaT THE
s* >rkh'-lders of thia company will
be h- 'd at the offt. e of th- company.
In the ? Mv of Richmond. Va. on
TIC MDAT. January 21, 1*13. at II
o clock r.oon.
VVIUI.I AM R Mil J.ER.
PR?I . ?? M.' i- ptioprKtr.-i
will t?< re ? ? .4 at the ..fflee of tho
.* o'elock p M Jan
day. January IS, Hit. at I o'clock
P. M. f.-r rfcs .'e. ilo? and conrple
tken of a one atory brick Jail t*M?l*t
iag. 1? fee* ? l-rnea bv H feet e|gbt
In-he? (including cell work. planrb
lag and ? 1 IToreosala to be
- . d ? ea-tl-e" lack for
Me*. |.rawines caa be seen at tb?
arehitect'a ofBc- _
EP-hart? A, M'-NT>- n
Rooms l"-il Virginia NaDoLwU Baak
sTttilAlng. Peiarstorg. Va,
Prominent m Eilt Circles
P. J. IIK t; \ \ AX,
M ho linn lle.n l rani for Ihr Position of (.rand Treasurer of the B. P. O. Mn
n( I hetr VeM < unirntlm.
HIS MAUSOLEUM MUST
COST JUST $100,000
"No More, No Less," Instructions Left in Will
of John H. Core?Leaves $300 for Mon?
ument Over Brother's Grave
New York. January 10.?Peculiar
I revisions made by- John H. Core. of.
Noifolk, Va. who died on Februars
7. 1910. appear In an appraisal which
has fc.een liW with the Surrogate by j
Wallace S. r'ras.r. Deputy Stato Con-|
trail ar. Th.- papers siiow that Mr.
Core gave minute directions to execu?
tors at his will that they should spend
II uu.OOO, "no more, no less," In build?
ing a mausoleum fur the bodies of
himself and wife.
Mr. Core, who was a member of |
Colonel John S. Mushy's famous bal
taiioti, left an estate in New York
-.i .ieh is valued at $".2.21S 13. His total]
naj estate SUsQWlsera is worth I4U.
.13. The value of his real property1
I where is not staled.
ln order that the mausoleum may be
kept in proper condition. Mr. Core left
$'?.?"?0 to the Norfolk Protestant Hos?
pital for the establishment of a free
cot. One of the conditions to thiSj
gift Is that the board of directors of]
tlie hospital shall appoint a commit?
tee to make an annual inspection of'
After the mausoleum is completed!
Mr. Core directed that the body oil
himself and his wife should be placed <
there. Disinterested witnesses must
* present and. according to the will, j
they must make a written report of I
tue fact that they opened the coffins!
tud saw the bodies of Mr. and Mrs j
"ore. This report must be filed with'
the Mayor and Council of Norfolk, ac-l
COrdhag to the directions in the will.'
Concerning the construction of the!
MM "l, um. Mr. Core directed that the
! . >' Vermont block granite be used. He
preferred that the granite from the I
u..iarries at Harre. Vt.. be selected. Th?|
will directs that two heavy bronze
<.e.-irs le placed at the entrance. The
i, i ,.? ileum, according to the directions,
r.uet he built m tu. h a manner that
: are will be as much light and air
iu- possible inside. Thor? must '-'0
?altaals ?overs placed over the locks
? doors to protect them from the
Mr. Core also directed that a heavy
bronze saicophagus. large enough to|
ka>M th- coinn c: his wife and hlm
s-If. be placed in the centre of the
I i :-o. .in. Bronze castings repre-j
senting "Faith."* -Hope." "Charity" and
"laive" must, according to the win. be
pi i -d ,., the corners of the structure.
CM his wife's coffin. Mr. Core directed.1
an inscription praising her ildelity as
a wife and as a woman must be placod.
i r. his coffin there must be placed the
simple inscription. "He was a Confeder
soldier." sr.d also the date and'
piace of his birth and the date of his
The plot of land on which themauso-i
leum ?raS*. be built must, according to
the will, be surrounded ' ;.--?< op.nt; of
\ . r:;.oi:t ~r.ir.lie with suitable posts.
gii e.hic'i o.ass tods must be
I laced. Mr. Core directed that O'r-i
? inn hydraulic Portland cement be used
i'i the construction of lh-- mausoleum.!
Throughout the will Mr. Core relter-l
ates that the executors m t spend,
??finft ?Ol n? more, ro Im?.'' In bulld-[
it.a the stru. ture.
Mr. Core also direct- that I? '?0? be
its. d for lettering and other work on
.? p'.iv Kian'f- : h ift which must v. -
Atlantic Coast UM Itaiirosd Company.
W Hi U . N. c . J.et g|" 1?12.
THt: B'...rtD Or' DIRECTORS OF
Atlat.lt Coast Uns ila'lroad Com-'
p?t,y kaS de. la- d a.h . of
three ?e,i -. r ' r r-nt on the'
oommon capital steh of mat com-1
f**r payable at Ike aOe. ?? the
Treas'it- . at Wllaalngtoi. N C. on!
srd after January xo. IM*, to stock -
hojd.ra of re.-ord on th :*Th gay of!
I . . - .her I?! I raw book a
are .Wed from M I II. 1?I2.
to Jsnuary 11. :?>'..:. hotn dates In
elusive. JVM'. ? S ?'.
?*ha-g? of . e- . - ef the Tide?
water and Western Bailr< ad Begin
r. ng M .?,. 'an'iari j... ;.,?.
aenger train will Ie-??e Farwtrtile at
4 1? A. at, Mondays only. Instead of
dally ei-. pt :.-r'.<.. M >.!??
7 ll A at. Richmond * 4e A. M. (els
Houihern Railway f
Mixed train will leave Pau-metlle at
7 ?e A. M. delly eaeeng aKaday aar**,
btor.dsy. arrive M ;: 41 A. M
hasse* I P M c a Awathera Ra'l
* ay ?
W,..?-r leer, fP?,mi..< ,r'<?
ewatbern Rail.-av. ?t x p. M sM I
. ? e,.t ginday. P erre Mos ley (vi? T.
A W i 4 ?? r M-, arrlre Farmville
I I? P. At.
t. B ?dUOd, a P. A.
graves of his father, mother, brothers
ar.d sisters In the family graveyard. In
Northampton County. Va. He also left
$.'00 for erection of a gray granite
shaft over the grave of his brother.
Bovee D. ''ore. in the Hollywood Ceme?
tery, at Richmond. The fullowing in?
scription must appear on the shaft.
"He was a brave and unflinching Con?
"He was a memfeer of an Infantry
company composed of the Eastern
Shore men of Northampton County.
Va.. commanded by Captain Savage,
afterwards by Otptain Willis."
A fund of 9?.000 is set aside, ac?
cording to Mr. Cure's directions, to en?
force the probate of the will. After
leaving JlU.f'OO to Mrs Helen Augusta
Ranks, for kindness to Mr. Core's wife
during her illness, Mr. Core giracted
that the residue of the estate be di-j
vided among- his relatives.
Bfi VD laMTITB Ml ?Mil W.
Authorised by Aahland t'ouncll to Re j
Held on January
Ashland. Va.. January It,?The Town
Council of Ashland, at a meetir.g held
last night, authorized an election t.i b<:
h.-id on January 2S to determine
a hether there shall h.> a bond Issue
of $*.<!,?0n. the proceeds to be used ill
the installation of a water and sewer
ago system A circular letter will
shortly be Issued by the Council, in
which all the facts in refareaoa to the
election will be set forth, thes. letters
t3 be sent to the voters of Ashland.
[."Special to The Times-Idspatch 1
Alexandria. Va., January 1??Miss]
M.ir\ ?'. She-ehey. daughter of John|
Sheehey. this city, and Francis E.
Ward, former!v of this cdty. but now
of Washington, were m.iTied Wednes?
day night at St. Mary's Catholic
Church, by Rev. H. J. Cutler, pastor.
WILL TAKE PAST
III TWO DEBATES
Wake Forest Arranges Contests
With Baylor University and
I Special to The Times-Disp.it' h 1
Wake Korest. N. <'. January Id?R
S. Pruetle. chairman of the debate |
council has announced that Wake For?
est will enter tlie peace oratoHal con?
ti st to he held in Raleigh next month,
at a date \ct to he d.. ided bv ths
cori:niitter In charge. TntercollegiaU
d. bates will bo h^ld with Baylor I'nl
x.rsity and Davidson Collate. Bavloi
will be met in Raleigh, while the oihei I
l-ams will Journey to Winston-Ha lew
t . .?ph. with Davidson Roth con
aft ?i.u.bd fer Latter Monday.
i !< i ate with Davidson D the tirsl 1
of a series of three, all to be held in
Ini. i'lfin t hr<e sue esslve y. ar.<
.|i-si,oii for the first d. listi. has
not >.-i een submitted.
If Baylor wli s ; im erntest In B?
;. krh it will have the aeries, since the
a UMM aeon tt.- first of ll.e scries
*. daft was held in Wake last ap-lng
Wske Korea! has never ;.>s' a gaseM ,.;
i iterrollegiate d-bates, and f els mm
I-..I. nt of pPc-.TervIng th? r.eord If
ttavlor does act win. the deciding con?
test will ?? bald in Atlanta next
spring Was? Fores' siibeaethad
rjii.fior. "il> solved *h\t I'nltet S'a:-?
Senators should be elected by d
vot- of the paop!< ' liaylor has choa, n(
the amrma.ttxe side od ihe question
sl.CU BIJTi lt lllll llll t
Irreal ??? ? oraomltoa < aaaa?U?1?a 0?
? Itlsena e>f lamia gaatam
f St er.nl to The Times Idspat.-h I
>oUth Ittaton, Va. J*nu4
\.-\.-r II. W- W iodail. Honorable
7 a mas gtebhlns. Jr. R. A. pvni. h and
?'. i' Harhadalo have bean spponted
a rommltteei. ly the I .an ?"?
- a?t on. the cornsirattoa cor.ia
iixbmoaal. relative to tb? 1
it fa. t
raring for this much needed >m-j
auction isdlro f?tatt Z>if?
By Virginia Auction Ca,
Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad
We will fll for A. n Tarld. Tnee*
day. January 14, eomrn? iving at 10:Sg
A M , 1' :i; .Vorth Fifth,
fUreet. entire stock of Oriental ruga.
Oriental goods, etc,
Hale will continue Tuesday and Wad*
nesday at i<>:Zj A. M. and 3:30 P M
Goods on exhibit all day MondeM**.
January 13. Sal*- positive. Tanas)
cash. Indies invited to attend.
VIRGINIA AUCTION <X>.
VISIT HIGH SCH001
Governor Mann and Superintends
ent Stearnes Speak to Chester?
Sixty-five, of the seventy-seven pub*.
lit school teachers of Chesterfield)
' . gathered at the Johti Marshall
High School yesterday morning to sea
how it is done in lUcnmond. They
were brought in by William ti. Owens,
division school superintendent for t
Chesterfield. They were received bit
City Superintendent J. A. C Chandler
and by Principal James C. Harwood,
Of the John Marshall School, and shown
through tho building, the workings ot
the various departments toeing in a du
clear to all the visitors.
Governor Mann, State Superintendent
Stearnes and others addressed tha
meeting. Epeaklng In the main regard- ?
ing the opportunities for usefulness
in the school rooms of to-day.
The high school chorus sang sev?
eral selections tor tho Chesterueldlanst
When the public exercises, held *n tha
auditorium, were concluded, luncheon
was served by the Junior class in do?
mestic science, and was pronounced
nt fur any epicure.
SUCCESSOR TO HHLtXJAR.
Colonel ft. Trlga IMosby Elected Prrala
dent of Bank of ' iir?>Han?hurg.
Christiansburg. Va. January 10.?^
The annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the Bank of Christiansburg was
held in the directors' room of the hank
on Tuesday. Colonel R. Trlgg Mosby
w;is sleeted president to succeed Ju.li:?
Archer A. Phlegar. who had <oeen presi?
dent of the bank from its organization,
January 1, 18x8. to tho time of hi*
Colonel Mosby has been vice-presi?
dent for several years, and his promo?
tion was well deserved. Charles 1^
Wade, was promoted from c.ishter to'
vice-president, and B. M. Hagau was
promoted from assistant to cashier, ana
R. M- Charlton was made assistant
cashier and Aubrey C. ilawley was
m.ide teller and bookkeeper.
FOR SCHOOL FAIR
Fifty Teachers From Peninsula
Counties in Conference at
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.J \
Wllliamebarg. Va., January 10.?eJ
About nfty tta. hers from the counties)*
of New Kent. Charles City, James C1ty#^
York and Warwick and the city of ?
WillianiwtMirg, with W. B. C >ggtn an*'
J S. Kastman. division superintend?
ents, met in the Skapel of William an*"
Mary Collega here to-day to arrange
for a large school faC The date ol
the fair was fixed for Friday, April -5.
* committee was named to arrange
for the fair, whi.-h promises to be tho :
m->st important event of ;t-? kind ever
att. mpted by the Peninsula teachers, j
I*uplls from all over this section will I
be brought together here, snd tfve fair j
will he a most instructive one to them, !
as w. 11 aa to the general pur>li<% as It I
will demonstrate the work being done>j
in the country schools. Several ad-4
dresses were made, and in the after
n >on an illustrated lecture was dellv-'
ered by Bsp? 1 ttsot T. 8. SetUe. show- I
in< the work being done In the rural*
ash sals of the State, a reception given*
in honor of the attending teachers atj
the William and Mary Model, School**
cJosed the day. ,)
' At a special meeting if the W!l- ,
liamsburg Business Association last |
nl-rht. President H. N. rhllllps, ?vhejj
leaves next week for Richmond, ten?a
dered his isslgastlsa. which was ae- ]
oepted with regret. J. B. c Spencer,,
proprietor of the Colonial Tin ,md first 1
president of the old Business Men'a I
Association, was unanlm-o:.*' chosen,,
to succeed Mr. Phillips for the nn*i?'
The VJ illi.nish irg Bostaesa Associa?
tion last n-ght appointed a committees
to co-op-rat. with other ommltteea
In In-half of the big a. ho ,| fair to Tea ?
h Id her- \r?r'l II VV ?!! ,:>V;-; will
put forth Its best efforts to make the)
visit ?.f the children and teachers ej
pleasant and profitable one. 4
Jaav- P. M W. A., 1* aC
iiirnt t ? ' . * irie-ial instal'afloft
..f frier? with an elabor.-.te banquet,
which was att--nded by mrmb? ra aasg
their wives. ?^fncers Inst-U- 1 were)
L v fsassoa vct.erahle counsel (VeJrge
Wrlrht. alv-.r. W. A. Apperaon.
bankei Hi. . - -t sn-l trnateei
W T Ai.atln. watchman: K. P Davis,
\l ?;. ft r?on. ph)Slda?.
Mr. and Mr? Charles C Groat and)
ehlldren wi'l leaVr in 1 few days for
Y..rkfown, where Mrs. Groat will spend]
il, winter at the Torkt-wr. Hotel,
while mu?h yf Mr. Gro.-c r '?!!??'
-an the Marth. He re the owneg I
K* ? keat* la I eniKi.
fsapec.i .0 The Tim?s-i?i?pstcg
Kllxao. ?h City. V C January
The Nort> Carolina <'orp.r?'ioa <
mission has rendered a e>otsaaBj
versely to th' Norfetefc-eWBseaTSSg I
rsod Coin pan v in the vsttsr eg caMaTaMSH
lag ttie h
of Ma<n sTtf 1 at The ?I?. ial
rai''-xa? eoenpeay have esa"?eed
willingness to let the -setter eat'