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Greater H Ii kowuii ? Oreateat Newspaper
Sin ??imtfitgSi^ Blppatth
GBEATI'ST WANT AND RKAla ES?
TATE SfKDIi'm IN ? nliilMt, AND
?jm: 1)1 1 111. 1?i:s 1 i* amkhjca.
Want Ad Rates
De'iy. oao eeat per word ????!> pale
la advaace. No ad. takea for leaa Ikaa
Oae and oae-balt eeata a word all
claaslgcatloBS except situation Walled
far Sunday, situation Wanted, oae real
a word. ,\a Ad, sjuaday ultra tor leas
tkaa aflfra eeata.
Na ada. takea for leaa tkaa Iweatr
avr rrata whea pkusrd la ur ckarged
at Ike cuuaitr.
fkuae ordera not soaraatced.
llaaalgcafluaa aut guaranteed after
l# tv E
For fauslaeea rarlrattt, irsil fur Ike
Waat Ad. Man. phone Hon/nr .
lO0t drtD ftaMl
KOt-T AH'Jl I Ii '?:. SORTiTsi f)K
Grace Street, bat woe a .Ninth and
?rui-t Btraeta, lady n open laco Klgui
Sratch Mo no gran . < . B., U.
\ .i engraved on rob Reward for re?
turn to AOii.Noi !ti I t nth Street, l'tiolie,
Monroe 411' _?_
A M BERNARD pi ri'V THREE
months old. with eollur and chain.
Return to KA'lilhK HA.NNlOAN,
7v? North Flra*. Street. _
LOS'I W?TCH < main A n I?
oharm 'iw itit, and Main, Thursds)
night, IM.g) reward; no question*.
?VI North Seventh_
DTK a V i. i< FRO : ... NORTH
Ninth, small ?tute poodle puppy.
Rs .?. urd.__
L?st"-?" kikipkd oray Fi r
um IT. betwe.-n it i' bmond aud the
Country t.iub. Saturday ni*-iv
Kinder please rrwtMIw 'o Ml tV4MM
Avenue and rocelve reward. _
t?flp CUdntfD SBalt
\\KX m ED. It A l r U : / ' ? i A I i .
trier** I"! panel poet . %?*> t: ditl.
K:. bmond examinations soon < oa. /,
lug Dee 1 ItANLKIN INST iti te
Dept. at^ A. Rochester. n. Y._
JF you WANT STEAM feeders
n.a. himsts, bla' luauths, car pent ?
remember wa have them for you
international? LA BO
AOENCY. 101? Bank Street. Room
WE CAN FURNISH VOlf WITH
salesman it you ?..?? 1 ..... . ;? on
us INTERNATIONAL. la no It
AGENCY. lttlS Hank Sl.-eet. Room
WANT KU. for IT. 8. ARMY, A Ii LE
bodied ,UnmjUTiod !:.?'.:. betwe?
ages of is and as. rltlsana of Uaite
State* . af ?."jd OhajtACtdV ar.d ten.
p< rate habit*, who ear, speak, read
and write the hnglish language- '""i
in formation, apply to Recruitii
onicer. e-u tact broad, itn binoad
WANTED?A WHITE COOK. ON
a;;': wife ptwIafTSMt, to work
housekeeper for country boarding
"house: good uagerj. Apply, after
8 P M. Saturday. 1*11 Stewaxt_Ave.
A B L K -BODIED M K N ~4% A N 1 E
for the United States Marine Corps, b*
twee-h th" a*re? ??? D and S M u-t t?e
native born or have Drei papers. Month
iy pai. *1J to Bf. Additional CO in pen
eatiun possible f ood, tlothing. <juar
ters and medfc al att<f.daie S !:ee. Af
ter Ju years' servi< e can retite with
per cent of pay and ailowan-e*. Ser
vice on board ship and ashore In all
parts ..f the world Apply to UNITED
States marine corps' re
cri ITINO OFFICE, ?".;: East Mam
Street, it: hmond, Va. _
Al" M aci11nIS T A. n L) ELECTRIC
engineer, aaso one very good black
ar; .'ii want positions at ODOS ! n
TERNATIONAL LAHOR AOEN
a* Y. 1015 Bank Street, Room t.
WANTED, A REO ISTER ED OR
an assistant ragtalasad pharmacist
State teferer.i e? Addre;-* K 7V1
care Tnneo- Dispatch.
WANT KD. BRICKLAYERS AND LA B
orer? by john T WILSON CO, OKX
at Licmbardy and Lalajh Xiaalg
WANTED. RKSPON 8IB LK PARTY
on high-class proposition, to Bail
atock iri rubber company and mam
bership in league; credentials
quired: leaders furnished; territory
given Address, for particulars
hii.k LEAOL'E, 2lu Kvans Building
Washington, D. C._
WANTED. ONE WHITE AN D on E
coiored farni hand for larm near
aJty. references requlrad Addraaa
x 3io. ear* Times-Dia patch.
YOl'n'o MAN AS SALESMAN IN
a merchant tailoring sstaMishniaai
One who understand? taki igt I saauro
gaents preferred. Advan'-ernent for
right party. 12 La*t Broad Str<-?:t.
THR L K ST e h'OORAPH e R f
fMu month Sixtaan rna. h.
boilern.akers- Sec h.j .r >l:
Worker -*? day. Slate and I
Sr?Hk) dav Apply AM
UbOK BI HF.Al". IM Nor
WANT KD. rLRVT-CLABl BLACK
smith. Apply zu M .rt.t Fifth street.
SMITH-M""I:K VKmP'KK CO.
WANl'KD. A "cot .1 > s ? K-tV?"
typer Steady position for good
man who kr.owg h's h ,s:n?ss Apply
at ?r.co to MITCHKLK A HOTCH
wanted. REGISTERED riiAUMA
clst: geoi !*:trj' r.r,d hours. Send
ref. rentes ?.. G. COXGDON CO..
?ituatiori? C?antfD, iPalr
V"? IT Nfi 'MAN E X I' K T! I E N dVH
and capable bookkeeper and general ;
office man <leffire? position of re- i
-poiuubilityand trwat. (an furm-h
high reference* as to < hara- ter. j
-?i.-iding Bti<t abURy Address O 7?. I
? are Times Di*|>at< h.
BNOLISRMAM with kxpkri-1
enee in fanning ar.d atck raismir
desires poeiti >n on fHrm ; best refer?
ences furnished. Addresa b 541. care
W'! Nil' M \~N \ \ TS 1 ?>S! iT< IN
to stay In office ? tu i. Can do
typewriting. 'I.vns '? ,ir-h:ri'- >r
lisnt bo<-k-keeping. Will accept \mr
salary. Address A SM, cars Timis
WANTED? CLERKSHIP HOTEL, i
book-keeper, prefers hi v lithia region.
Virginia WIKl.f AM lid lifl K I N ,
4?4 ? hur. h <?reenstx.ro. N" i'
E X P k R I K N ' ? K I) B< >t? K K k k per
wants poai'ion <?ood rea??,r.? for '
ehamrintc Miches* referr t m I a from
Presen* employers Adi-.-e k 1-4
i af. I ili.es-1 >.-pat< h
WANTED, i DSi i ion; a> H?VoK
? ???per. or credit man bv -,-r.tina man
lwen*v-s:x yeara of axte' i*. rh fix
years expert*, nee < itphnndb- <!?? I ,i
ttaaj Kmpb.ved at pr?sem b .* h ira
good reasons fof desiring a . hnr.es !
Address A SK. care T:m-e I)i?pat-h
pos i T ! O'N IS " s \ I.FS'M A N
Oither city or Parr ? eit'e ' nrZ'. ',
??rlp CCIdnrrD. j cw.alt
W A VTKO AT ONri 1 r. t
SoiKlt'.-s ,er>- c .e^l propo*
Call *.n I n't KR nation \ i. I a
AOKN'"V. roil Bank Street. Ro
WANIKI'. A C?OK \ND HOI
t?rlp, 9rile anti frmilr
parrel post jobs 120 week. Write
for 1 of pos't'Ts open ft. \\k
i.in inrtitttf., Dept. as;
Roe e. ter. n. y,_
all AT ll'ikkli.4 ' ORSff.T
t a >- ?
is,'! m. gals
tjluiS M7 fcaat ' *a-a Street^ jujjd
cam ELIA MOORE. MarauMsar.
ht MAN HAIR R? I'OHT and
aold at HUGHES'!*). Jt? North Third
'\V A V T E !> .' T I 1 } . " fVmfCi (' 1 B
know that ilAHNKE BROS , Jewel?
ers. ?12 Kurt M.iin Street, buy, mil, ex
I hange and H KM or N'T D1A
MONDH IN T M K L A T EHT,
STYLES Obi gold and sllveriilwuya
taken in exchange _
f I: E8H BtTTT KitMIl,K DAILY ?L' R
own makf of daily butter. RENNTE
DAIRY co. _
MR. JOHN If SMITH. OF TUFl RICII
mond Vehicle Construction Company,
urn! Mr. E F. M'>orc. of the E. F.
Moor? A Co., announce the coneoll- ?
datlon of the two firm? under the
name of the Smith-Moore Vehicle .
ftnmaaiiy Itiiiaeai la the future
nill I'niiilncin! from the plant of
the above-ir.etit icucd Arm. 314 North
Fifth Street, a continuance of laat ,
patronage is r.spect f ill I > !ci|ii,.'t. 1
- - 'J
wAPITAI, FOB AI'I'ROVED EN
larartaae withotft commission. Full
parti, ulars mailed for Zc. pottage.
Addri? 'IHK (?KOKOIA l'ROMO
_TER Oaiiiesville. Qu.
WANTED. A MAN IN AMl USE
mnii easiness already estarillahed.
Cost II.Uw ?rll] lake a partner for
t4"> ? aah Apply MM Beverly Htreot. j
<>r phone Monroe BBJ. j
if VOI v.AN'1 TO "MAKE 35 IT
per cent on your money and se
cured by real estate, we me at once
214 Eaat vlain Si leel
for SAKE. A wki.I. EST A ft
linheri business,; excellent opportu?
nity lor right party to make money .
good cause for Helling Addreae B
433. f ain Times Diepatom, I
A PARTY H.\V1\<. HORSE AND
buggv arattoa daalree position ae
salesman, i nlle, |?r ?>r delivering.
OUt edge referencee. Address f w*.
? are Tlmee-1 lie patch.
1 OR BALK RETAIL (iltot ER V
business, doing about c.uou per
month . an exlta flno location for a
? ash bueir.' Ml M I rea?on for sell- j
in u same Address B 434. care
FOR s \i.k. anyTart of fifty
shares of Stock it: a manufacturing
company in Virginia at WD per ehare.
The company has paid dividends
'aging ;7 per lent for the last
lour years, owner wants the cash,
'.d lri r.- 1- 1, i a:c Times-Diepatt h
\V?NTEL?. PARTY TO BUY HALF j
Interest la a good ntaiiufacturing I
product; very staple line. Must I
Iron t.' KM to ?3 SB and give.
It active tin.< Addrcse 15 S32, care
ed by real estate. ?ie n..- a ???.? ?
home every afternoon ? ?> clo< k
Ii JETT. Phone Madison BafXi
poultry, prt*3 dn? iibr fetorh
E(.l<iS KOR ~ HATCHINO. FROM
II pens Of superb White Wyandotte.
B ifl Orplna*ton, Black Minorca, also
Indian Runner Ducks. OAK
OROVE POULTRY YARDS. Wake
Rill sale, i W E N 'I' Y- FI V fcf M E A t'.
ttful R. C. White Wyandotte Pullets;
now laying Thoroughbred und of
heavy laying otra::i Satisfaction
guaranteed. OAK OROVE POUL?
TRY1 YARDS, g akefleld. Va _
(Tenuine Shetland ponies.
i ail and seo them. MONTROSE
PONY FARM. 'I'HOS. EN OS. 411
South Laurel Street.
FOR BALE, PURE-BRED SCOTCH
Collie pup* (malest. EDWARD O.
_VERMILLF:HA. Atlee. V?.
Hilt ?ALE. J H?h?' ?HBRED
Barred Rock Cockerels. CECIL
Ural Cstdtr for fcdii
M ' At' It ES' IN ' t 11 ES't'ER 1- I ELD
County for sale or trade for city
property. Address L Ml, care Times- |
FOR SALE7! ? NEAT. SMALL
hotel at junction point, doing a nice
t isiness. Address for full particu?
lars B MO, care Times-Dispatch.
i on BALE. FARM LANDS QOOO '
t r tine totnnOOO, grass, grain, trucks:
email tracts to large bodies: easy
terms Timber tracts, small to large
b' dic?; easy terms Town property. .
Prtne will be put up on Bragg
residence lots flrst day of February
Easy terms BKAUO REAL ES
T?TE CO.. Victoria. Va.
FOR HALE. THREE SMALL FARMS
on exceptionally easy terms:
k) acres attractive house, six rooms,
barn, well and spruis of go<-d water,
twelve n.iles from Richmond.ll.6W ; SATO
. ash. baJgtBCC in fJvo equal yearly pay
jO ai res on ranroad eighteen mues
crom Richmond . fran.e bouse four
roon.s and two halls?all in timber
except bix acres. Price ISUU. I20U cash,
balaic ? San ? - ? ry six nsoatha.
res or.Litier.ed house tigm rooms,
tnttl Prtaa ilooo. twm. ?200 cash,
balance tlOil every six months. OhO
K < RAW FORD A CO . 832 East
t?R SALE. TWO NEW BRICK.
apartit.t r.'. hou.-i-s on Addison Street,
containing four apartments, all now
rented, hot water heat, electric lights.
Price tt! 000 f*. one-half cash and one
half first mortgage. Apply 510 Tra
Hi. kl ITU L HOME. FLOVD AVE
nue. one block Robinson street, and ?
three <aar lines Nearly new. Con
? ;cto walks, ten rooms, two baths
and porches Choice investment;:
: .. rain Address K au9, care Times
D is patch._
b1^SI"NESS PROPERTY'. the
beet business da.'id. in the entire,
\Yc8t End. where all street cars pass.
Specially adapted for soda, water,
i or.'c. tlonary, restaurant, etc.
Lot 3* by 13U. Now renting for
per year Quick price ft 500.
OEO C, POINDEXTER A CO .
:ll Mutual Budding. _ I
FOR SALi.. ? >X (>K Tit K NEATEST
hemes tuat tan be ullt. up-to-date
in every way. choice location. Madi?
son 14-,7. Monroe ;944-L.
W ESf 11 AltPTON TERiT?CF.. T\V<7
MtM ks from Country Club, lote from
?45u to SLSB. FasT imyansnsta. Buy
tiow and get fb- ? aoai ?? ones before
I : ,. ? s . NMIIl! .? ROH- I
_ _I_- _
iXfdi Cstdtr /-at Kfnt
la H (iE >l KNISHEI) "ilOISK.
centrally looatasl enough pern.anent .
i""i en la osnrag c\|>eneee. Address
O. Bl. care Times-Dispatch.
ftrdl MM CUinuo
Wanted'. Co in'Vest um-*~"in ?
unimproved land in West End, for
Spa ikSttOB AtuatT <)Ul k, give j
ti San Address a 410 t are Timee- '
wanted! To but nice DAIRY
farm near the ctty. Add res? C 441. \
? ar?- 'I in.es Dispatch._ i
wanted PI.*?( I R F. nt. SB TO IIS ?
acre larm. ten to fifteen miles from i
Rii hn.ond . ot,e to one end one-half'
iiiiice lion station. Price must bei
right CHAS. r , RC eh RM und
ii? M itual Building;_I
WANTED FOR CLIENT. TWO
good l-'ii k invrstmsnl pr->pert..- ?
S4 son to B.Sfti . a h, Wcet End
< HAS 4 Ml FHRMUND. lit Mu?
tual Kuildio? _ j
El.-I MM K FARMS WITH J. A.
CONNELLY A co. Write postal for
kvooms /or Kent
*t"|- IN HEART I'f KlCifMoNO A-f
THE ROAN OK E. HI North Eighth.
street Its per month, r
nI riti, y F crI* Is H btT
itti or without board.
South Third Street.
C 1 it NIKHEO R< '!>MH, OR_l ''Ohj?
? eat houneSeepttig if,n >*? ast
LABOE ATTRAL I I I I. II 111 I iJSSRnl
room it ? F,ast frankllr
men preferred. IM? Monument A
IMBSTBa to nsrtun.tv'S pi zzi i:
TYPEWRITERS OF ALL MAKKS AND
models sold, rented and skilfully re?
paired. Remingtons. L'nderwoous,
Oliver?, Smith Premier?. Bar La* ka
and I? C. Smith Bros, machines rent?
ed, from $5 to |T for Z month*. Fi st
r<.nt paid applied on purcnase. THE
AMERICAN TIFS WRITER EX-1
CHANGE. SOS E- Main Street. Telc
paoae jiadiauu MM.
NO. 6 REMINGTON TyPEWBlTfc.it.
practically new. having recently
been rebuilt, in perfect order, for |20
cash. Owing to change of business
wish to sell th:s machine immediate?
ly. Telephons eawrence. Phone
ADDING MACHINE OF mTuH^CLASS,
popular make, almost new, will sali
cheap. Write quick. L. N. MAI ck,
*0S E. Main. Telephone Madison IMC
FOR SALE. AN ArjDRESSOGRAPH
machine complete for all kinds ul
quick addressing, with cabinet and
all attachments, anl the manufac?
turer's guarai.ue. for sale cheap. J.
F. HOtt Iso.V. Mi Kast Mala Street.
Phone Madison S2SI. '
bu YERS~ WE i n vit E YOU TO
look over our stock of buggic*,
surreys and phaetons. We also
carry a full line of wagons, top and
open, and can save you money.
Some fine bargains in second-hand
r.gs. a MEYER S sons. 731 East
FOR SALE. CONTRACTOR's OLT
fit. woodworking and laundry ma?
chinery, boilers, engines and mis?
cellaneous supplies, second-hand,
guaranteed. i. BLUFORD a CO.,
1538 East Cary Street.
FOR WAGON*. GO~ TO RICHARDSON
BBO... U| Brook Avenue. Painting,
repalrln* and rubber-tire work.
GROCERY store in the west
Bats, doing a good business; reason
for selling, owner leaving city. C
5tj. care i lines-Dispatch.
FOR sale. AN Y PART OF FIFTY
shares of stock in a manufacturing
company in V irginia at UUi per share
1 he company has paid dividends
averaging 37 per cent, for the last
four years; owner wants the cash.
Address ?F l, can Times Da>paU>a? \
DRUG BUSINESS in town ok US
banna, or. iiappahai.no' k River. Good
Location; new building; only drug
rtore iu community. C. c. CHOWN
in'O, r.-bar.r.a., Va
?"NE?MODEL B W KI TE rT" 1 TtTssT
new, baa never been unpacked,
will be sold cheap. Address Room
?03. Times-Dispatch Balding
good pa i :' ?, sol/a. cioar and
ios cream store. Reason for sailing,
too much business on my hands.
Address K 4*0. ?are Times-Dispatch.
F? R SALE. A MB R OANT1LE~B C'SI-"
ness in a nearby town. Best lo< ation
in town and a One storeroom.
Address H. 3S?O Wllliamsburg Avenue.
Rtt hmond. Va.
1 11 ERE ARE 0~NLY A FEW DAYS
before WS move into our new store,
1-' Norm Fifteenth (between Main
and Franklin., so in order to take
ad\antag? of our special discount,
why. buy very soon.
SEVERAL BUOOIE8, RI NAROl TS
and surreys, shop worn, will eell very
cheap for cash.
SEVERAL SECOND-HAND JOBS
will close out cheap for ca^h be lore,
SEVERAL NICE LADY'S PHAE
tons in sto<-k now. See them, they
rr.ay suit you.
"OLD HICKORY AND "WEBER"
farm wagons here
ERISTOW-WORSH AM CO.
1435 Eaet Main._
A F I E R i I.O> INNO'"'THREE
monihs for fitiiifivc improvements.
Boulevard Inn will reopen Decem- I
ber 2t?th All modern conveniences,
combined with reai country and sea?
shore, abundant, well cooked food
our specially. Send for literature
to MISSES TAH?. Boulevard Inn.
D~ES I RA H LF; ROOMS. WITH
board. aBOalaMst table board. 4ul
WANTED. OCiTpANTS FOR
large desi'abic rooms on second flooi.
? 'le fare unsurpassed. 30* East
< trace. '_
W A NT E D. BOA R~iVK RS RFO
douhio riioti,, well heated, near bath.
Southern exposutc MRS. JOHNS-'
TON. ?U W-st OraSS Street_
w?NTED, OCCUPANTS WITH
t? ard. for two r""i' > Modern ion
vemenccs. Apply Jul South Third
MRS. ~CHA?. K BOWERS. Hi EAST j
Franklin Street, handsome roimt,
a ith afcam heat and board_
Jcr. Codi ana u_u>eo
A 6 TO Till'1 k ? a HR I ES 3 TO .".
tons of coal and im < ords of Wood
Quickest delivery, best service. ?u
kojTBtM orders a specialty tine
hour notice all required LONO. THE
woo 11 M IN 15? West It-'
Moma? ?37?. LYN
delivery lNDF.PtNDa.NT CO.4
IND WOOD CO., Iis? Last (. ar
'Paora? Madleon jus._
jim RECEIVED" several cam
of nice, dry pine and oa* wood L
WANTi i>~ you t^Twrtitf:' dm
hew to gat free scholarship in our
school. Addern?. Ntseet Buatwses Cel
CRUSMI MO PLANT WANTE t>
m mbb eevsassd-hastd erase i as
(live detailed deacrfption Address
< bb tare Times- Dtssmtch_
WANTED,. TO .aWT. FOR CASH
honaoMeke ess as. in any euaatity
WILL BESSIE M'COY
RETURN TO STAGE?
Well, Maybe She Will. and.
Again, Maybe She
HUSBAND NOT SO SURE
Richard Harding Davis Will?
ing, If It Will Make Her
tit ? York, ?January 17?Thf Richard
Harding Davis ducks, chickens, dogs ?
el von Hie lilack swan on tin; pond at
? roaaTOgila farm, the Davis placo at
\l ??ir.- K i s< > > almost went unfed and
Die Davis cows hungry und unmllked
day when the world paused long
enough to spend a day storming th?
tarm to ask Mrs.jDavis. who, until her
m.image last July, was Miss Bessie
McCoy, to say yes or no to the story that
she is thinking seriously about returning
to the stage.
f or some time it has been the cus
Wa sii.ii b v Cdt pCbT i N 9 l" R N
ished Hat ol thiee or four rooms;
walking distance of first and Broad.
Referannog Address M., 121 East
f atk'nThf rtie 'pkbs?n'?l
consultation in Richmond with m
veiitors . tltleen year-' experience,
satisfactory references. S. H.
EVANS, 1'atent Attorney, Box UM,
10c. REBATE If YOU BRING BHOU
with this cuopen. Men t shoes nulf
eo.ed. Tic., rebated to t*5c. , lames
bait soles, aX., tebated to ?Uc. Every
pan sewed, best leather, no nans
no pegs. Heeling. Sc. DREW'S
KLi.i IRK snOE FACTORY,
71? f ast Main. Phone Monroe 2W17.
CHEAPEST STORAOE IN" CITY. si
per load. Store your furniture, bug?
gies, automobiles, pianos at TUMI'
KINS, JJ7 West Uroud. _
AT AUCTION. AT AUCTION.
THE CONSIGNED COLLECTION OF
Oriental rugs and carpets ot A. G.
YarH to be S"ld at auction begin?
ning Tuesday at 10:3n A. M. Your
call is requested. A. G. YAKID. 217
North fifth street.
DEAL VENTILATORS. MADE OF
giass. largest capacity; lowest price.
I'hune Monroe 1602.
CREAM PUFFS. LARGE ON ES. 12
for 15 cents. DRINKARD'S, 423 1-^
Nori:. Sixtt. Street,_
a*i5mm.?5tCdtOC S~J-20tiCf ~
ifAV i.VO UlV A L1 F*l I i D a S a D MI N
istrator oi the estate ot Mrs. A. c.
Augustine, ail persons having claims
against, said estate are requested to
present them to me. properly au?
thenticated, for payment ; and ail
persons indebted to the eetate will
pit-use muke payment
IAS. AUGUSTINE, jr..
Adrr.inisTa-.i:??<< Mrs A ' Augustine.
notice" " OY special""" general
Rlcniuond. f"r. uericksburg and Potomac
Office of the Secretary,
Richmond. Vs., December il 1912.
TO whom IT MAX CONCERN: Take
notice, that, on Wednesday, Feb?
ruary 5. 1S13. at 11 o'clock A. iL. a
special general meeting ot the stock?
holders ot the Richmond, Fredericks
burg and Potomac Railroad Company
will Le held in tue fllce of the com?
pany, in me First National Bank
Bu.iaing, at the corner of Nintk and
Mam Streets, in Kicnmond, Va., pur?
s-ant tu the call of ih.? president
and directors of said company
adopted on December in. 1 St 12, the
purpose of said meeting being to
lake action upon a proposition ol
compromise ami settlement nego?
tiated ay the araalflant and directors
ot the company with tne special com- .
mission represent eg the Stale o'
Virginia and it* political sub?
divisions as authorised by statute;
and alaa to take action upon a reso?
lution of the president and d'rectors
of the company looking to an
amendment of the company's Char?
it r. Aa authorized by law; and also
l : attending to any other matters
which may lawfully osssm before said
The oooks for tho transfer of the
capital stock of the company sill be
closed on January 15. 1913. at 3
S'tletk r. "ML and reopened on Feb
ruary 7, 1913, at 10 o clock A. M
By order of the ITesident and Di
rcctora. NORMAN GALL.
WE K. WHITE.
Richmond, Va.. January 14. 1913.
NOTD E Of mbetino Of STOCK
bold- r> I he annuai meeting of the
stockholders of the Life Insurance
? ompany of Virginia will be held at
the home office of the company.
, ,,:r.ir ..f < 'upitol and Tenth Streets,
Richmond. Va.. on WEDNESDAY.
January 2V. 1913. at 4 o'clock P. ml,
for tho purpose of electing direc?
tors of mid company, and for con?
sidering ami acting upon the sub?
ject of tncreaalng the capital
st?.- k the company one hundred
tho.? r.-! d<.liars, and for the trans?
action of such other business as
may properly come before said
A I.GKRNON S HI RT.
Virginia Trust Company.
Richmond, va. Deerrat-er II. 1912
THE ANN I AL MEETING uF THE
M..ekka>hSers "1 this company wiil he
he;d at th. office of the company. In
the city of Richmond. Va. on Tues?
day. January 21. 1913. at U o'clock
no n L D. AYLKTT.
notice Or STOCK HOLDER.-." MEET
tup INITIAL or ORGANIZATION.
c ??! the stockholders of the
?Ml Dominion Trust Company. In
o.fn.r.Mfd ?a Virginia corporation?.
ha, hern caller f-r. and will Or held
on V. ? January 27. 1912. at 12
o'clock midday, m the aaaemhD hill
of tne Hotel Richmond, corner Ninth
srid 'Irac- Strreta. Richmond. Va .
J, r the t. "se of taking S1K h Ste'-S
sa ma % K? necessary to he taken by
UM Mock herders to complete the or
ganii-Gon of th. om,?nv ,ri of
attendlna to anv ..ther hiislne?, that
-n? i-efore aM m??l
bMJ JONtTHAN brtav
W. M. HIRLIST .N.
TO IHK OFFICFRS AND
Bs order of the Worahlnf ii Mae
" C. E. yp^^ ?.
tOM of Mr. Davis to sit. in his studv
I creating: art from ? o'otock in the norn
Lag until 1 o'clock in tho afternoon
It's acknowledged that the human brain
can keep up a very great strum foi
M longer period thi.n this?while dur?
ing thoee same hour* Mr*. Davis feeds
the chickens, ducks, geese and swans
? ' I milks tho cows That is their
, regular working day. except <>n the first
,and third Thursday of each month.
I when, at least since hist .Inly, when
; e?r. Davis, who. as hus DSM said, is
i tho husband of Mise Hessin McCoy, has
to com? to town to preside at the m<-,.'
lings of tho Only Their Husbands' Club,
! ol which he is president
?ait yesterday the telephone on the
; farm rang steadily and at intervals
; the farmer and his wife went to the
telephone, turn about, to answer th<>
?SWS question propounded by theatrical
^ munagcrs anxious to enguge Mrs.
I >a . is And as if this wen- not enough
I to interfere with the feeding of the
Ithicker:* dOekS, StC, the theatrical re?
porters and othei.-t mteres'ed were seek?
ing informal ion personally between
Mr. Davis, entirely surrounded by
autographed photographs of Btnperors,
Empresses. Kings. Queens and a lot
of grand dukes, was gracious enough
(0 Stop hie paa just when he had Tre
velyan. the young eociety man of Perm
xaa, N \ . traveling in Bosavenia
when the revolution starts, standing
at the top of the palace steps about
t to draw the family -word and with one
stroke end the revolution, make a wild
'lurnjj over the pretender's dead body,
'land safely into the ia-t chapter, and
then, under cover <>? darKness, take the
; I fO express from liosavenia baVOk to
Penn ^ an and with the princess as his
; bride grow old beautifully as the lead
i ing member of .the Peno. Yan Coun?
"Oh, yes ' Mr. Davis said in reply
? to the visitor * question, young Tre
velyan in the meantime waiting with
?word half-drawn a", the top stop lead
ing to the palaie and the pretender
i to the throne waiting also In polite
I patience. I have heard and read or
this story that Mrs. Davis is about to
return to the s'age. and both of us
have answered the question many times
tO-day Mrs liaviw will be here In B
i moment and tell you about it hr self
i "Do you think any sensible girl
would want to give up thisasked
-Mrs Davis with a sweep of a slender
i arm indicating the stretch of country
; beyond the open window ;;nd its chick?
ens and ducks and kennel* and a strip
of the pond with its swan.
"But if Mrs. Davis does return o
the stage?when Mrs. Davis does re?
turn to the stage. corrected Mr.
, Davis. "please understand that she
does so against my wish. Naturally
I want her here, not or,,'v between -< ,,'
sons, but all the time. Hut if it s going
to make her any happier to go back to
the stage for a brief season occasional!v,
weil-" and the well-known farmer
sighed with patient resignation.
But Bichard. I ? I-"Stammered
, Mrs Davis, you know there isn't a
: single word of truth in the absurd
story. I shouidn t think of giving up
this glorious life for the stage. Mr
. Dillingham has been asking me to do
I so, and to-day especially other pro
Iducers have called up to ask me to
'come under their management. But I
'simply will not do it You know I
Ami. as 1 was saying." smiled Mr.
Davis. "I believe Mrs Davis probably
will not be able for very long to resist
the temptation to go hack to the stage
for at least a little while, but-"
Why. Bichard I And leave you here
, alone I And there are the chickens and
? But." continued the imperturable
'farmer, "remember I am no parby to
her return. I shall consent, of course.
I but only because it will please her to
play for a while But it will be done
against my wishes."
j The answer, therefore, you see. is.
"Well, yes and no. The farmer, how?
ever, seemed to be the more euro in tits
opinions. And Mrs. Davis trailed off
across the farm toward the geese and
a moment later young Trevelyan. at a
nod from the author that the revolu?
tion again was In full blast, pulled his
sword and ran the pretender to the
throne through th? last page of the
next to the last chapter.
Only Two Avowed Candidates.
[Special to The Times-Dlspaich I
Fredericksburg. V? . Jan. !?.?The only
avowed candidates for the postmastership of
th:? city at the present time, are James K.
Kawlmgs and Clarence K. Howard. Both
are prominent and well known Democrats.
Sam Woodbridge, wbo is a relative of I'reai
dent-elcct Woodrow Wilson, was a candidate,
but has withdrawn from the contest. Mayor
J I'. Rowehas been mentioned by bis frienda
iti connection with the position, but he ha*
ma dc no formal announcement.
Book Agent Arrested.
Henry McCarthy, a book agent, was ar
rested yesterday by I'olirc Sergeant Zimmer ?
on the charge of doing business in the city I
without a license.
S HONS NAMED
BY PARTY CAUCUS
Will He Elected Senator to Suc?
ceed Himself on Wednes?
WORK OF GEOLOGICAL BOARD
j Mapped Out During Annual
j Session?Governor Craig
'Special to Th" '1 mn ? riinpatrh.)
Raleigh. N. C . January 17 - -F. M.
! Simmons to-night v\h- acclaimed the
i ? hole.? of North Carolina Democracy
; for tho I'mtcd S' ii. s m-natornhip to
I succeed himself for a third term by
the Democratic member* of the <on
eral Assembly in party caucus. Tins is
preliminary to balloting for III bed
? batag Senator by the Kernte and House
separately next Tuesday, and declar?
ing the Senator elected in joint leashM
I on the following day. W adJMt
The North Carolina Cieelogloaj.
I Board, in annual session her.- te?day
1 niapiM'd out important work for the
next year in accordance with roeom
Hadgtlfiag made by Dr .Joseph Hyde
Prat'. State geologist. Member- liete
aren Hugh McHae, Wilmington. R )? .
Hewitt. Ashevilte H. D Caldwell.
Nim beet on. and Dr. Braswell. of Repay
Mount. The board decided to con?
tinue the investigation of lime and
marble deposits in this State, with a
view of determining the possibility of
operating successfully cement plants
in this State; push forward th? in?
vestigation ml mica deposits as in the
past, and investigate possibilities of
utilizing the vast peat deposits in East?
ern < .aolina for fuel in the place of'
. .?1 and tor generating electric pow?
The board determined to continue
th? work in furtherance of highway ,
construction as in the past, giving1
engineering assistance to counties and
In forestry matters the hoard will continue
the inventory work in forts of the State,
which has already been brought a* far ea-i
as Kowan County It began In the iBTaaSS
beyond the blue Ridge There remain only
ten counties In the piedmont section of '.he
State to be inventoried The Investigation
of the origin of forest tires will be continued
darin? the present year. The board is en
tbusiasticall) favoring a system of Ere war?
dens to guard against forest Ores, and is
advocating a Stair-wide abash law.
The Statu Journal, of Kaleigb. was char- I
tcred to-day. with Colonel A. .1 Field, who
was private secretary to Governor W. W.
Kitrhin. R. F. Beasley. of Monroe, and W.
f. Marshall, of Kaleigh. as the incorpora
torv The capital is sso.ooo authorized and
ti.Klu subaeribed. Of the stock authorized.
Ilu.'ui is to be preferred, bearing H per cent
dividend. The expectation is that the paper
? ill be issued within a very short time now.
It will he a State weekly, undertaking to
present the news of the week in concise and
acceptable form, and treating questions edi?
torial!) as they develop. It will be Demo-'
cratlc in policy and pollUcs.
W J. Cirandln. who is constructing the
Yadkin Kiver Railroad, from Wilkesboro to
Boonc. and thmce to JelTenton aud across
the Tennessee line. wa? here to-day with his
attorney. Marke Squires, conferring with the
Corporation Commission on matters pertain?
ing lo this work Ten miles of the road are
already completed, and the construction la
being pushed aa rapidly as possible.
The legislative committee of the 1912
Legislature named to recommend as to the
uniting of the State Department of Agri?
culture and Agricultural and Mechanical
College, has prepared its report to the present
l.t iri^lature in line with the agreement
reached at a meeting here some weeks ago to
recommend that there is no need for such
?joining of forces, dupllcative work having
been eliminated The committee has In?
jected a recommendation In its report advo?
cating lhal the State Department of Agri?
culture be permitted lo provide itself with a
new and adequate State agricultural building.
This report and recommendation will be
transmitted to the Legislature at once The
??ommitlee consisted of Lieutenant-Uovernor
N inland and Senator Hawkins, of Warren,
and Speaker \\ O. Dowd. Charlotte, and
Representative- Alspaugh. Forsyth. Ross, of
Harnett. and Mitchell, of Wayne.
Congressman J. II. Small says that by
February U the government will lake over
the old Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal.
pa>ir.s- l'.< >e fur H and b*vin?r <c addi?
tional to expend in deepening it in connection
with Ibe great inland water way. He saya
the sab ol the bonds for the Mattamuskeet
Lake drainage is being closed and this work
oucht to be well under way before a great
Oovernor Craig. following the inauguration,
has taken up the routine duties of the gov?
ernorship and is receiving steady streams of
callers and dispatching business as best be can
in the rush. Colonel J. P. Krrr. as private
aecrrtary. and O. A. Tboraavon. as executive
clerk.have taken charge of the anteroom and
are iriviug their attention to the work of the
ex< cutive office
One of First Uses to Which
Will Be Put.
Washington. January 17 ?A MfM
campaign against hookworm will he
one of the first uses to which the ti?n.
ion trticiidowmrrit of the proposed Rocke?
feller Foundation will be put as soon
as it reieives its charter from Con?
gress. This statement was made to
night. by Jerome D 'ireene. of New
York, a trustee in several of John D.
Rot hefeller'i philanthropies, wh" is
n?-w iti Washington urging 'he pa -age
of the enabling act. The Mouse will
vote next Monday on the proposed
measure tailing into existence the or?
ganization which, under the control of
'fncress. will be authorized to spend
Mr Rockefeller > millions for the ad
vancemenl of < ivllizatlon hv every hu?
manitarian means. Mr Oreene added
that while he Wae unable to commit
the officers of the foundation prior to
it- bacorporatiton. at the same time .he
was acquainted with tho?e who are
? . for-,, the nucleus of the hoard and
knew that they regarded the work he
mentioned a* t?ing of pressing im?
"To wipe out ?he hookworm " said
Mr tlreeric. it will lie tie. esaary not'
only to cure the preeent sufferers but
also to Inculcate and diffuse such
knowledge of the law* of hygiene and
sanitation as will gradually make re
infe/t-.n impossible |t.,r ?ii..,
is done in this country the work will
t - i. i ?ClV ace,.?i pitched ! ? if '..??
the hookworm <an be eradicated from
lln.se points in foreign land* w*, h
now. through the ordin?rv iUnn<:< of
. r.i.rriTT. are oon?tantlv distributing
it,'c tton all ...er the world, the hook- ;
worm Is bound to reappear again and .
again. The campaign for Its eradica?
tion mint therefore I*- made n wo^ld
rampalgn no; for altrtji?ti. motivee.
merelv hut l*.-?'i?? re one . nun'rv
can be eafe until all hare been c Itarod
of this peat.
"Hitherto this work haa been carried
on in this country alone by the Sanitary
rommieston for the Eradication of th?
Hookworm, operating on a fared ?f tt. j
(a* r*n given by Mr Rockefeller. The
commission h u br night untold tien.^T
gani7.a'ion? Hut now tt St appro?. |
the end of i*? reaotirres Msntfeatlv
these cannot be replenished by the
Rockefeller Foundation, unter? that
foundation is brought into existence,
and BS the work has hitherto t.i-en
entirely dependent on Mr. Rockefeller
for financial support, there may be
danger that its activities will be greatly
curtailed or even stopped altogether,
unless the pending bill becomes law.
? Another organization founded h>
Mr Rockefeller, t he General Education
Bengal has worked in mm operation with
the I nited Male* Department of Agri
culture to bring about th<' presen' agri?
cultural development of the s..iith By
means of the farm demonstration meth?
od- financed in large part f.y the (Jen
eral Education Hoard. $:?n inn nm is In a
fair way ha be added to <he value
of the cotton crop aion? throughout the
South, according t.> reliable estimates.
Kur* her funds for the extension of this
llajjlll 1?1 w.rk H is quite possible,
will be supplied by the Rockefeller
foundation when It comes into exist?
ence. ?'. H. McO.
I.sw Book Company. fln<
Ri. hm-md Va. Jaa. R Sh'ppsr
lr . president; t. Aubrey Saui lei
v: i president; R ?Jrayeon !?.,-?
aei II tan and treasurer all of R.
asos*d vg Capital. Maximum, kv
" ? - ? i. *?;??..?.. Roaltv ? ? -ra?
tion. Ricknsosid, Va w. R West, pr?
der ? . ' E Wet vi e cr.-s.-l. ?,
r M. Robertson, sec retary and t re*
urer all of Richmond. Va < apt:.
14 , i ? i.
? s ;.
Is rtias je ???? orate
Mrs rwwear? <
? ? rok h-Sler laaas. ra ee-r ? ? - i
^??^**^ **1a?t J"*- __ _ Ml I
FIRST PRK8BYTEHI AN <"HIRcB.?.
."r. .?? hum uii A M. and ? P M. hy tb? l>a?
?<>r. Or P T Mi-P\I>K\. H bl? cltwm ?? M
\ M siin.ia> s. hool at 1 *>
-HUM) CIIKSUVrKKUN <HI ill H.
-??Rev. RL'SSELL i V< II. U. I ? . pastor,
(services at II A M au'J ? P. M Sunday
School at ? 44 A. M
THIRD PRESBYTERIAN crirch -
j He?. Ii J. WILLIAMS, pastor-elect. wUI
[ preach morning and evening. You arts cor*
< III Ri II ?>K T ii K COYKN AN'T. ? REV.
'J. < tLVIN STEWART, ?. D.. paator.
Prearhlnir at 11 A M and I P. M.. I>y Ike psa
lor Midweek service at 4 p. M Sabbath
School at aju A M . aud ill'Je 'um mens
at A M Vtiliome to ail services. Seat*
BBBVIl KS AT OBACg STHEET PRK?
hytcrian t burch at . v. m and? p M Preach?
ing hy I)r LILLY Sacrament of tha Lord's
? Supper aftt-r tn?>rning service.
SfE htm in steh pre ?? YTK Rl AW
! Church Rev .1 \ M E s YOI'NO KU?. I >.
, I) . pastor. ?m.,i . \ M. ..ad ?> p M Wei*.
THE FIRST BAPTIST c Hi' RCH
; Broad and Twelfth streets;.?Tha nest sr.
I Rev I1KORC.E Tt UcDANlEl 1> I) will
I preach at both sere..\ M and s p M.
The observance of tin- Lord - Supper followa
the morning service craded Sunday
School, liara-ca and i'hilathea Claaaes A W.
Patterson. Supt. . t .*> A M. A w. Irnme to alt.
BSCOND baptist i 111 K< ii .Frank?
lin and Adams street thomas i L\il
K i i SKINNER n Ii ,??? ;-'. ? Ser?
vice-. II a. M aud * p. M I.rail.d sUnday
School at ?JU A. M.. organized rl.,s??s for
men and woman 'Frank t Cruiup. supt.'.
Pastor preaches at both services Morning
subject. "Opportunities Where You Are":
evening subject. The Application of Chris?
tianity to the Related Life?Maa to Man"
(second in series on 'Applied ? hrisuaiiily."
"(uartii choir. Str?ngen welcome. Seats
URACK STREET BAPTIST CBCBCBj
'o-a. ami loushet. strei t? -Rev I.I.OY I>
t. WILSON. i) d-. pastor Preaching by
(he pastor al II \ M ?abject, "Fitly Spoke*
Words at ? P. M . subject. High l.iviog "
Sunday School at si ju a. M Hugh P. Powell,
Supt Prayer meeting Wednesday at ? p. M.
The r> ;>.!:,- .sp-cillv stranger?, .ire cordially
iiivlt.il to wnisMli with us
GROVE AYK.NI K BAPTIST CHL'RCHT
?"?rove Avenue and Harrison Street)?Rev.
I W. C JAMES. Mi II. poster Preaching by
the pastor at 11 a M. and i p. M Sunday
School at ?-' a M Jann-s B Wood, supt >
Prayer-meeting Wednesday at* o clock.
PASTOR JOHN J WICKER WILL
preach at II a. M. and * P. M . at Lctxh Str.s-4)
Baptist ( hiin h. Broad aud Twnety-flftb)
street rar passes the d'mr
CALVARY BAPTIST CHRl'CH ?
Preaching at II A. M and * p M. by Dr.
R. E GAlNEs of Richmond ( uliege.
CENTENARY M. E CHCBCB. SOVTH
Grace street, between Fourth and F"iftn
Streets).?Rev. W. J. YOl NO. D. D . pas
; tor. Preaching at 11 a M and * p. M. by the
pastor. Morning subject. "The Authority
of Experience", evening subject. Will
There Be Another Lee ? Graded Sunday
School with organised classes at ? Ju A. M.
All seats free.
FAlRMOt NT .WEM K METHODIST
Church.?Rev. E Y. CARSON', pastor.
Preaching by pastor II A. M. and 4 P. M.
Morning subject. The Beet Promise : at
night. The Gates or Hell. Sunday School
II * A. M. iT. J. Teagie. Supt.c
BOOTS RICHMOND CENTRAL METH
odist Church.? Rev. HENRY C. PFEIFFER,
pasior. Preaching at II A. M. by Rev. J. D.
MCALLISTER, of the Anti-Saloon League.
The Rev Dr. HADE N will preach at 4 P.
M. This is one of the greatest Americans of
Japan. He i? lapan s American statesman.
He has a statesman I and a minister'? mes?
sage about that great country Let all who
eau avail themselves of the opportunity of
hearing this great man. Sunday School at 9:53
MOO N M E N'T MF.THODISTC Ht'RPH.
(Corner Allen and Park Avenuesi.? Preach?
ing al it A. M and 4 P. M. by the pastor. Rev.
R. II. PoTTS. Morning subject. " Overcom?
ing Difficulties"; evening. "Building foe
BROAD STREET METHODIST
Church.?Preaching at II A. M. by the
; Rev T. IL II ADEN. D D . of Japan: and at
4 p. M. by the pastor, the Rev KRANK L.
j WELLS. Subject of the evening aermon:
' Lessons From the Christian Character of
! Robert E. Lee."
HANOVER AVENl E CHRISTIAN
Church?The pastor. Rev. OBOBGB W.
KEMPER, will preach to-morrow morning
and evening at Hanover Avenue Christian
church. Subjects: 11 A. M.. The Price of
our Liberty": 8 p. M.. "A Little Man."
Sunday School ? 30 A. M. Christian Endeavor
7:11 P. M.
REO I' LA R MORNING AND EVENINO
Sunday services will be continued as usual at
St. James Episcopal church. F'ranklin Street,
during I he rector's ill.n
ST. PAIL S CHL'RCH (OBACS AND
Ninth Streets ?Bar. W RCBSBLL BOWfE,
NCter. Rev. J. A. PEARMAV assistant.
IB line service at It A. M. and * P. M. Sun?
day School it ) li A. M. Visitors cordially
1 R BO 0 LAB BBBV1CI Of FIRST
? Church of Christ, scientist, win be held to?
morrow morning in church edifice corner
Park Avenue and Meadow Street', at II
o i look. Subject: "Life." Wednesday eveo
ing. testimony and experience meeting at ? JO.
The reading rooms are located at ir/'s, North
Sixth Street, and are open every week day
from lo A. M. to S P. M. All are cordially
I" N IT A RIA N
FIRST I'N ITA Rl A N < HORCH. Floyd
Avenue and Harrison Street -Rev. ALEX?
ANDER T. BOWSER. Minister. Subject
for Sunday. January It: "Our Faith?I?
It Christian:" Services at 11 o clock. All
LAOBRL STREET METHODIST
Chare*?ThS pastor. Rev. J M. ROW
1AM). will preach at both serv ices Sunday.
Subjects: II A. M Ye Shall Be aa Coda":
? p. M.. "The Subtile Serpent." Young peo?
ple a meeting 7 li P. M.
auction fealcs /-uturr Dap?
By TAINF: A CORf.lNG.
Real Ksta-e Brokers.
lOlj Bank Street.
Trustees" Auction Sale of a lot on
the east side of tho Boulevard. ?0 feet
south of Hanover Street.
In execution of a certain deed of
trust bearing date on January U. 14T2.
;o the tiridcr?igried trustees, recorded
in the ( lerk s Office of Rn hmond
Chancery Court In D. B . 214 B. p *M.
default having been made in the pay
rr.ent of the principal note secured
therein and being required by the bene?
ficiary so to do. we tail! sell al publia
auction on the premises on
TCLSDAY. JAN'IARY ?!. Pit.
AT 4 30 (1 1'I.IK'K ft M .
the above mentioned property, rnnrs
particularly dc*. nt>ed in said deed as
nardly along and fronting on IB*
east BstS of tfea ll.Milrv.i-i aft feet and
extending hack from said front east
wardly and between parallel lines IB)
feet to an alley.
TF:rms BtBTfletletrl in caan to
pay the expenses of this ?a|e. all unpaid
taxes and a note for ?..i3s0s du* Jaatt
ary It. ISM
rhSI sale ts trade . lb JOS* fo a dead
now on the p-c;>erty with Bete BV
tssnr.fr and BtHftfjt. dated July la,
isti a* two years to be assumed by
tion of tc<
Conservatory of Music
Bpnng ten* beams '*?uary %
Ttjtttoa. B*at t* SM at per term er
? LA RCHCMMKL SCHMITT.
Th? Confers** Moteain
TvTBXfTH A.tr CLAT BTBJvSTS>
Off** ? A. M. ts I ? M.