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greater Richmond's Greatest Newa
Itof?ir.ts t^r4rBa> OieDafrh
IREATEST WANT and Hi:AI. Bfl
T?TE MEDIUM in ?iik.inh,
AM? ONI OF TIU ItM i\
\ M i, it H A.
Want Ad Rates
Dully ?ue rent per word when paid
|lit adtanre. No ad. taken for 'ess than
|li n i ea t.
Oil ami one-half rents a word all
Irljssifli .itlons vi t-|il Situation Wanted
(or huntla). Situut on Wanted, mo
rent a nurd. No ad. Sunday taken for
|lcss than filtern rents
o ads. taken for laaj than twent.v
. rents when phoned In or < barged
Ml the counter.
Phone ordera not guaranteed.
Classifications not guaranteed after
mm W. >i.
S'or hiisliirt* tontraits, send for the
Want Ad. .Man. Pimm Monroe I.
Z.00! diu /-aUli5
KT. BERNARD PUPPY THREE
months old, with oolUu and chain
Return to FATHER HANNIOAN
toi reward. M N'orti. PtrSt Street
OUT. SATURDAY, LAD, s OPEN
face gold watd. and fot> Mono?
gram T, i>. it Waith ans works Re
v.ard if returned ??. Ml; RADY.
,'i met n an National Bank, or phone
OST. ONE OOLD LeOl :.i I . WITH
threo Initials Reward if returned
to J. R PRIMES. 8t?te Library
OS'I ONE (.OLD ' l ?? I hi 11 ON
(link? Liberal reward n returned <>>
ih7 Kast Man: Street, oi phone Madi?
son THi between t? a M. and IP M
1'RAYED. PROM PREMISES, izii
Brook Road, one blu- i: hog, weight,
about 14u pounds rindcr will bo'
NT *s. BY A YOUNO OIRL MK-I
turning from work <.n Brond, Ninth
ui i.igh'ii Btreeta, 'I ,i*'iay Plnder
please return to (M North Klgbtb 1
js'i . I.ast MUHT, WA 1.1.K l
containing money ?i.d valuable pa
I i i- R.-wu-d Re'uru t.. IM7 Has".
i-ranki.il Street, or Hotel Stumpf
LIST. TUESDAY, PLATINUM BAR
pin. with diamond- d sapphires
very liberal rewaid if returned to
THALHIMER B. Fifth and Brond.
["RAYED. TO MY PLACE ON I
WUUamsburg Road, om St Herr,
get MaHH by prot
< l.B HCTCHISt
s and s..me < bange, on O
. between Emig'i Barber 8
l?flp ttlantra SBalr.
V i : ILLY INVESTIGATE THE
tilted Slates Navy before leaking
[> your mind you wouldn't want to
tlong riud out tor you reel! the
hob I ruth about pay hour*.
wmAtton training, pleasant oorapnn
nship. cMBOM to learn trades, to
,ve up monev and t<. see the world.
re i :?? between seventeen and
rent* rive call a- navy RECR1 1T
\(i STATION Allison Building. East
hui and Eighth Street. Richmond
?.. and gel this Interesting, valuable
form ition first hand; or writ? for
M book The Making 8d a MSB 0
???? ? T*tla hi simple language
id clear pit turee, all about dally life
the i.i.'. ?' Send to-dav to
rjREAl: OK NAVIGATION. Box
i. Navy Department, Washington,
ANTED 'OB PRESSMAN. Ap?
ply PRANKLXaN PRESS CO. Pe?
anted! a" c??p"er. apply
W. 8 PORRES .? ' <> Tenth and
Byrd st.n ? I _
A NT ED, Lit ft K LAYERS AND
laborers by JOHN T, WILSON CO .
IN* ... a J Lo:ul>aidy and igh Stt
WANTED, loa i.. s. ARMY,
le-bodied. unmarried men. between
gs ol II and IS: citizens of I mii.il
;:tes. of good character and temperate
kbits. wl:o i an speak, read and
lie the Engli-h language. For infor
?'io- apply to RECRUITING OI
?Kl: M East Broad. Richmond,
\N'I BD, a FIRST-CLASS WHITE
bafrhei Apply at Nod North Deeond
anted. A NO.ISTENOORA PH er
Apply a- on.,. MITCHELL A
I lOTl 1 i KISS
.RRICAX8, MECHANICS AND I
all out <if and wantirig work, apply '
AMERICAN LABOR BUREAU.
IIP North Ninth._
A N t ED, 1 W* > s W I KT. COMPE
tent tu wspapt r typsentterrs; boon*
erttats not loterated, tddreas ???
.i.e. with references, THE -lOt'R- ,
NAL. Kredericksburg. Va._
I NT ED. A8SI8TA NT AT COl'N.
try Club of Virginia. Apply to A. :
WARWICK. Tr.a.-urrr Room 7.
MM ? i Building.
A NT EI > A YOUNG M \ N AS ? '()[,?
ector; neust furnieli tmi Isfiictoi y ref
r-n es Address r j7. ...re Timeo-1
> receivi and keep stock m <.r<te
r. t. r one m Ith t.ur.t rare btnc
llllth. SUPPly Of lit.pit li.el.f .Al?
ienee, pron.pl prom ?> I ion and brlgl
utur?- for Intelligent hustler. A*
rees m own bans] w rltlug men I a
ig experi, i.. <? reftn I.'? - and -....it
* ?: es t
P. O. B.
A MESSENGER B< i
fourteen years old , a
tvanoement, with the ic
g u typewriter atid -ii'm
f. r:?- ? tddrsea in
ig. B M, care Tun
I A N T E I>. RAILWAY MAI
clerk* for paroefa posl **> esont
Richmond examinations soon; nosa
ingfr*e. FRANKLIN INS ITTl l
Depr ,t??A. Rochester. X Y
'ANTED, MEN T<? LEA itN BA1
ber trade, now method . - igti' wee
required . wage.- while Jr .rr In
rt^a<!-- position guaranteed Wr.
for catalogue MfULER'S BARBE
i (ll.l.Ki > r.. J?i7 Bowery, New Vo:
W A N T E
CO R 1
NAL LA BUR agenc
>. a T ?>N"<' K. YOI M I M
A R E I > _
?. MEN INI) vYOMl
feitudiione CUsintrl. ^r?lf
>SlT*ION"VArl I'll A t Vf Kl R I \
? ? 11' NT
li sss. care
tjflp t?u-ntr? J rmdlr
( ,1 RLS \\ 'ANTED? KXr^HIKNCED
handrollcrs and buriehmaker* Apply
WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty
third and Main Street*_
W A N' T K D BTENOO R A PHKR ;
must ho willing to work, have cxpe
M? n-?}, be familiar with genera! office
work. Apply. salui v and
give wftNBM, to V S?. can- Timea
TliBpat'h. permanent position fof
, the tight party; do mun_wantcd
i WANTKI', A SFBVANT AN D ?IKN
eiai !>?. .j-??*rit I I ?-'?'> Purk Avenue
II (I I S I K > I. I' I. B WANTED"
tfOaaahold with three children two,
faroa and six year* old In reply
t-'.iu- experience, sulaiy wanted atid
Kive raferafiaaa W H MITCHELL,
Lawrenceville, V'a. ____________
WANTED'. < .<>< )U < OOK NO LAI N
: dry work; reforanoss required. Ap?
ply ih.1i Monumsnl AyaBAio,_
WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK
and i,elf, With Child Applv 411 West
Orlp, Walt anb ftmalt
.MKS WOMEN . (iKT ?iOV KKS
net.' pane] post lob* j fiX week
\S n'e for In-: of position* open
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE Dspl
Professional Orlp COantrD
imp 0 i i a N I TO SCHOOL
Board? < olieg?? public arid private
school* supplied with teachers of ail
trade? ob -liort notice. without
charao. Teachers wanted 1 HE
VIROINIA l EACHER8' BURE \ i
le v it w < ridlia, Manager, Wood
land Height*. Richmond. Va.
AN OLD LINK l.ll-K in^1 RANCE
company desire* the ?arvices of two
?po< ial traveling agent*, with salary
an<l vtpttiii'i. Conference desired
and aoad not apply wtthoat aatii
faotory referaaoss aii eoaaDBuaicav
tiont confidential Addrtss o M7.
care Til 4P DitpaioB
iavoiiriiors unu ?dlrsmfn
It UTA 11. SAI.KSMAN, MIST HK
Steady Bad energetic. Fine oppor?
tunity for promotion. Poaition pel
maaonl ' EDWIN WOOD HARD?
WARE CO < harlottesvtlle. Xu
MRS. 'HAS K BOWER8. Its
Fasi i rvnkim Strass handsome
roOttlff with Itraai heat and board.
wan i ED.OCCt PANT POM LA ROE
room .mrs JOHNSTON. ?8
BOULEVARD 1 NN. ON HAMPTON
Koad*. country and seashore oota
hinafl with city conveniences Wn:e
Fm literaturs MISSE8 TABB.
Boulevard Inn. Hampton. V?_
V. \NTED H()A""hi/KRS-FOR ONE
single front room, sou' hern exposure .
also other attractive roome. 108 F.a*t
WANTED BOOM AND BOARD,
aacoiid floor, for mai: and wife rio
children), centrally located Would
also be interested to secure room
without beard la or near IHK) block
on Park Avenue Answer C C C
nm Mutual Building. Phone Madl
a turn, about i_P M._
WANTED. BY YOCNO LADY OF
BBsrlt. board arid lodging in private
family, centrally located Phone
ttoonis f-ot Limr
ARE vor QOINO TO THE IV
au curat ion? Save money by having
room* arranged (or in advance Ref?
erences" American National Bank.
Home BaTings Bank W. o an
DERSON, 72 K Street. N. E . Wash?
ington. D. C.
NICELY F?R SI8HED. CI.EA N
room* . both, n? at. gentlemen only.
THE ROANOKE. Its North Eighth.
?NK UABtlK KOONl! ONK SMAI.T
room (unfurnished P* per month.
_- ? _
j-Idts /-or Krnt
FI.A I i OB R F. N T. 100', WEST
FOR RENT. (JNEXPIRED LEASE
on new five-room flat. Went Knd.
Lisi YOUR FARMS WITH J. A
-CONNELLY A CO. Write penal
for necessary blanks^_
WANTED. GOOD SEVEN OR
eignt-room dwelling, worth from BtrS
to seSOU thousand : centrally located,
or in West End. for equity of H ">?>
in tlO.OJU. ?aah value. We?t t5ra,e
Street atrtotly modern nine room
.vt it.-front brick Will pay cash
difference < has. i RUEHR
MUND. no Mutual Buildir._
CA PITA B HIH APPROVED KS -
terprisss without ?orr.nu*?ion Full
parti- :i!ar^ r..;;iied for 2<- postage
Address THK OEOROIA PRO
MOTKR. Oamesville. Oa._
PARTY FAMILIAR WITH FURNI
ture instalment bunineBii would iik??
to connect with party that would
furnish capital for this purpose.
Oood pro!:;- > ON FI I >ENTi A L.
? Times-' ?i*pat h
WO ULD 1J Kt~ TO COMM1 SI?SAT1K
Aitli hustling young n.an of bu-iii.--?
ability, who wants to get into the
automoblts bajahacvaia Btrhirwyndand
vi< inity. Inv(*tm*n t and A-l refer
< SS ie?|ii|.e<i Addrejip A 5SW. care
TtaaeavDis patch. _
U XNTFfJ. 11..-?' OB I! >t> Kill T\Vt>
or three years at t per cent on good
real aatata Address A S8f. care
Ural Cstdtf f ot ?dlf
FOB SALE. FRAME STORK AND
dwelling Rents for $30 a month
For ouiek sale will wll for II 7^'
Call Madtaow NM.
VIROINIA FARM BAR43AIN8.?I
have for ?ale the b**t cAjaM Of inotiey
Bnaking farms in th" state, m a s?. -
tion ?>fTering superior advantage to
the hoasa peotcer For pur:ieu!a~i
lo F II BAI.I, Wllltameburg.
MS ACRE? IN CHESTERFIELD
Caaaty for ?a'e or trade f?.r city
I ? ; ? ? -? Addre** 1. Ml. < ar< Time*
WESTHA MFTON TE H RACK. TWO
hfo ks from Cowatry Clijb l?-t? frf>m
?4Vi ;.. !.'-.> I.asv j.avmen-* Buv
aow and get *he c hoice nnn b*f,.r?.
p:i. ? - ? i e SMITH A ROH
I.F1 ?i-.R. to*. Morl h s. . .?!. (i
FEET IN WIST END WILL
. heap or <-onuder trade -IKN
NINOS < o . M3P Hull s-:e,
7nVESTO~R8 B r a i > i ms HALB
h. north side Main, corner, weit
i,1 Moulevard. east of < renshaw
Owner must have money at OHOS. and
will sell to quick buyer at TO per
f tot. Sure money in thi? Address
B ?I. care Timas-phtpatch._
FOR ?ALF OB TRADE. KI.FtlANT
Bsurtaa Heights home T7S North Ari?
r. :< . hot and cold water, la'robe.
wXN?T^EI>r^TO Iti V H)B CASH
housa4S4M Baad* n an. u .titit v
PhoneqMadison **??__ i
WANTED TW? RAWMILIJ4 rti
cul pine and oak lumber by trie
thousand and deliver f ? h ears.
?lutomotiilrc for fealf
iBt bee-, over
fife o, p .,. . r
w?gc>ris for d?
j What ki?<i of cht'f?* '
i A MSB NB TO Yt:.Sl KKDAV'S PIZZLK
M ?u rl Adam?.
FOR BALE, HANDSOME bei oi
mahngany office fixtures. Yiit
1 OK SALE, KVKRYTHINO IN I
A-ugor..- <i,j, lind open . large stock of
I,inh grade bii-inese buggies We I
always have on hand bargains in
second-hand goods. A. MEYER'S
sons. 731 Eas* < ary Street
FDR WAOON8 OO TO RICHARD?
SON Bttos SB Brook Avenui
Painting, repairing and rubber-tire
I FOB HALF. RHODE ISLAND REDS. .
I hens, pullets, cockerels ami rooateri
250 eggs yearly strain, great layer
1 cid tees Q mo. ? ar-- Times- DlspaP h
FOB sali.. OOOD ORAIN DIS
I ttliery. w*tll Ioi ated. running every
day , conniiunity not hostile to its
operation. Chances good !<>r 8
business man Reason for sale, own
? i I.as BQOrS business than he I uti
attend to Terriis reasonable Ad
<ir< -- H'<\ iSt, sou'ti Boston. X <*
FOB BALE OOOD, QUICK PAIR
I.lg? pound mules; gentle ;?rd good
workers, eight years old. Also good
dump wagon and harness cheap
jZM West i ary Stieet_j
FOR BALE, six PER OEN1 PRE
ferred sto< v. m a Virginia corporation;
non-taxat'le and dividends payable .
SI ti l annually An Al proposition. ;
_Addt--- Bos MM1, Hii hmond. Va_
FOR" BAI E OLD. ESTaThJiSHED
farm implement business in the
heart of the fam<. .- Shei sndoah
Valley Will bear Investigation Ad
ilris. X x ? ?? . an- Times-Dispar. h
POrt SALE, MILL THREES'! ANDS
roller process; corn burr, capacity Ml
'?arrelo dally . good stream . 130 a< r?-s
:?. pond, for fC.VKi. A bargain
CHAS. C. CLARKE. De WRt. Va.
we HAVE A NUMBER ok LATE
mode! I nderwood and Remington
Visible Typewriters, which Iook us
good, work as well and are guar?
antee,! the . a.v.c as new machines, at
a saving of 40 per cent. Sent on
examination anvwher?-. AMERI?
can t YPeWRITER EXCHANOE
INC . 6M East Main Street. Phone
Madison 525?. j
BEE onT stocK ? >k BiKJ?Tes!
They will suit you in qualify ami
price we have on hand grc ery
wagons and trucks, our own work
THUS. H DUKE A CO., MM Brook
W?W SALE-sTA'.T.-t. ;?'>,' ~,
plant, complete and in operation, j
Price. 3u% of original cost, if sold
?I once. Condition guaranteed. I.
BLUFORD a CO. _
FOR SALE. CHINA PRESS, Li?
brary table, bail rack, dining-room
chairs and oil heater, reasonable
!;.?? - : - t_Fl_
Rral Cstatf fot irXtnt
-OR RENT. TEN-ROOM HOUSE
at US East ( lay Street flieSI?llHI
Jrr. Codi an? t?oo?
I HAVE BEEN LEADER IN j
wood here since is97. I may be the <
lowest in price, but best In quality
more than balances cheap wood.
Only ask one order on perfectly dry
large aim k- oak ud pine. Dry slab :
for cooking' Hickory m two-ioot ?
lengths for Are places Auto tri,eg |
will deliver on one hour's notice. I
LONG THE WOOL* MAN. j
Madieoa in?* |
JUST RECEIVED SEVERAL j
i it- of nice dry pine and oak wood. [
Ll ? us s. no you a load ; it will please
si u Ai-o the beel anthracite and
lump split.t eoaL Orders delivered
prompt? TYLER a RYAN. MM
WHl ("ary Street. Madison 197
Monroe 3S17. _ I
HALF i olil? fTRIST^CL? BS D R Y
pltie or oak wood, $3.3; also best
.-? re nut. anthra'i'e and lump
splint coal . ? lean, full weight . prompt
delivery INDEPENDENT COAL
AND WOOD CO., 15.? East ( ary.
Phone Madison IMS.
\\ OOD, PINE. 93 Si HALF CORD,
II 7S quarter. oak. S3 M half cord.'
1175 quarter, slab, f 7> half ?.ord.
?1 .Vi qu arter Photic Monroe 4376. !
_LYNE a HARRIS,_ _
IHAVE CLEAN*! FREE-BURNINO
splint lutnp. $5 75 per ton Mv an*
thra, Ite is one grade- - the best Kenn,
evlvania ?7 75 per tun Madison MM
VV B REAMS. 707-711 North S? . ? -
I i APLON LADIES' TAILOR, AH
West Marshall, phone Monroe IIP.
has Just receiver! a new line of the
latest style spring and summer
suiting- Suits t..ad" to your meas?
ure for 125 up Kit guaranteed^_
hT'MAN IIA I It BOUOHTAND SOLD
at HI'flHKS s. North Third
PROPOSALS f-OR < ITV"pRlNT
INO STATIONERY BINDIN11
SEALED proposals kor kcr
nisbitig the city of Ri< hmond wtth
st at lonrry. printing, binding, adver?
tising, etc . for the remainder <>f the
year l?Ii will be re.eived bv the Ad
minis'rative Board until 10 a m
?tanuat-y .1. Pl.t. shin the bids will
most bo indorsed on the outside to
?bow contents. Th-v must i,e left
will he required ihr
*nriii-f of the citv anrtrored ,
-.< ? erT and a^provislon to that effect
re Beard rcswrve*
the right to a- cr pt or reject any or
all bids m whole or In part
Bv order of tfce Administrative
W w dun ford
Office nf S'.ite Highway Cofllltll
Richmond. \ t Isn'iaiy 25 ISU
BI Ds will SB EEC EIVEI > \
the eVr* sagften. l.awrerKeyilre. V?
J h n ii a ry~~f. W\3
ihk fi KM of COWHERD ?* COW
herd, composed of H K Cowherd and
n T ?owberd. m this day CHsaolved
by mutual consent. Mr. 8 R. Cow
hBM, 'he senior member, having re?
tired frotn tho < on? ern
H R. COWIIKRIi
, n. T COWHKRD
The uiifiprsiitii'''! have this dnv
formed _ partnership, under the
name ,f < O A II k R I > COW || Kill),
tor the purpose of conducting a gen
era! i ontracuaf hiislrias? in Ena city
of hh hmond and elsewhere, I .\f
Cowherd having purchased from Mr
B !< Cowherd the one-half micros'
?'i U'inallv owned bv him in 'he firm
of i owherd A Cowherd
N l < o\\ HERD,
_J. M CO WH KKD.
WANTED. THE PI ULIC To
know that jahnke h KOS Jewel?
er- 912 East Main Street, buy sell
exchange and REMOUNT hi
AMONUS in* THE LATEST
s i vi,ks Old gold and silver
always talon in ?xc hange
MR IOHN li smith. OF THE
Ril bmond Vehicle Construction Com?
pany, ltd Mr I F Moore, of tha
E I- Moore A Co., announce the
consolidation of the two firms ur.de.
the i . of tha SMII H-MOOR1
VEHICLE COMPANY. Business
in the future will be conducted from
the plant of the abore-mant toned
Brno j;| North Fifth S'reet A oofl
liauatSOa of pas' patronage is re?
spect fully requested. _
KREBH BUTTERMILK DAILY.
Otti own make of <laily butter
REN NIE DAI R V IIO _
MONE i TO LEND O N It k \l7 i s"
? its for Batata in following amounts
Iii?, tf". tum and II .um Phorie Madl
MSI Room tH American Rank
typewriters of all makes
and models sohl rented and skilfully
icpaired Remingtons, I iid.-rwoods.
Oliver* Smitu Premiers. Bar Eo. ha,
Bad l c Smith Bros Machines
n . from V> to 17 for three months
hirst, rent paid applied on pur' has.?
THE america N typewriter
EX< HANOE. Fas'. Main Street.
Rhone Madison ism.
10. REBATE IF you BRINO SHOES
With this coupon Men's shoes half
soled. 74c. rebated to 65c. ladles'
l.alf-soles. s/V . rebated to 50c. Every
pair sev.ed, t,c?* leather, no nails, no
pegs. Heelins hV drew's blbc
trio shoe factory, 71* East
Main. Phone Monroe Iij*7
IDEAL VENTILATORS .MADE OF
glass, larges* capacity, lowest pri<e
Rhone Monroe lr>?.
Fl RNITfHE AND CHINA PAc"k
W E ra C K A KD SHIP FIR NI TT: P. E
and china and wedding presents with
care Signed .jacob UMLAUF.
132? West Broad Street Phone Marti
_ son 32*2._
CALL PHONE MONROE 1111 FOB
?ah 11oaBlSil crabs, crab meat. De?
livered promptly. sb North Monroe
RE LI A b LE TRANSFER?MILL
N'ER S. jo? North Ninth Street,
hau!? trunks for 250. claim checks
Issued at tho house for your baggage .
two men on our wagon PbOBS Ma li?
pon 144"> _
SKi: KAANS HARDWARE COM?
PANY for the largest line of spcrtir.g
goods in the city. 7U> West. Broad.
LAWN MO WEBS.
LA RO EST LIN F. OF LAWN MOW
era, garden hose in the city; prices
reasonable We seil Detroit gas
ranges EVANS HARDWARE CO..
700 West Rroad_
SAFETY BLADES RESHARPENED
<all makes!, bair-tested and guar?
anteed to shave as good or better
than new. Work received and de?
livered al our local agency. Ho well
Bros. Sixth and Broad . SHARPO
co. No I North Seventh. Phono
" T ??I <8 AND c? T L E R Y.
IF vor want ANYTHING in
tools or c;iitlerv. see the EVAN'S
HARDWARE CO.; best line at low?
est price in assy. 7W Weal Broad
Pottlrr/p. prta anD ?ibr ?torK
GKM'l N E "SHE T LAN"D PO M- _
Call and see them MON'TROSE
PONY farm, Thos. Enos, ill
Soul ii Laurel Stree*.
FOB SALE, POLAND CHINA AND
Berkshire pigs, ten weeks old ; fine
stock; 14 a pai> W. f. PANKE.
Orrapa Lawn larm, Burkeville. Va.
notice of special gener?
al STOCKHOLDERS M eetino
Richmond Fiedettr hsba t% and Po
Bvaa Railroad ?'ornpan.
Office of the Secretary
Richmond. Va , December 31. 1915.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Take notice, that, on Wedneedny.
Febniary 5. 1913. at II o'clock A. M .'a
special general meeting of 'he stc r
holders of the Rh h a or,d. Fl ad III il >S
burg and Potomac Railroad < loan pane
will be held in the office- of the com?
pany in the First National Hank
Buifdina. at the forraar or Ninth and
Mam Streets, in Richmond. \a pur
-...hi to the call of the president
and directors of said company
adopted on Deceniber 19. 1912. the
purpose of BTsM meeting being tot
take action apoa a proposition of
< oesprenmtse and settlement ne_o
tinted by the president and dir?-ct,<rs
Ol the company with the special com - ,
S Isotioa i ? sentmg the State of
Virginia and its political subdivisions:
as authorized by statute; and also j
to take action upon a rOBOjvttOB
of tri-- president and directors of
the company looking to ?an amend?
ment of the company's ?harter.
BS authorise*! by law; and also tor
attending t<? any other BtalliSS
which may lawfully come before said '
The Itook* for the transfer of the
, ai>it.,i stock "of the company will be
,los?-cl on January 1913 at I e'etoca
P M . Bad reopened on February
7. ?13. at 10 .. clock A. M.
By or-l.-r of the President, and Di?
rt IOT?< NOB MA N call
\\ H H WHITE
Rti hnioiid. Va Jsn 14. 1913.
N'OTI CE Or M E F.TINO OF STOCK
jSoSaeri The Annual ru-eiing Of the
of the I.tfe In-u-anoe
Company of Virginia will lie held at
the home office of the company.
I -- ?n.| tor the transaction of sue
- business as may properly com
""aEcTeBNON S hi BT.
TID' iSNl \ I. MEETING Or ri<
stockholders of the Richmond Trs?n?
fer Company will he held at thel
r -?1* E?*t .Main Street at I
?Si . r- t I v
' l ... to i M I
F. T MORVELL.
BILL PASSES HOUSE
Measure Amending Divorce
Laws Also Acted On Favor?
ably and Sent to Senate.
Special to The Tlmes-Dispaf ch.i
Raleigh. N. (V. January > The
' ? ? ? bUll to declare illegal trust* and
i "fi.niation? tn restraint of trade pass
ed tho Mouse this afternoon Mr. i
Howto bought to have it go over to
another day. Mr JwStteo Infletsrl
'that the till had been ponding long
enough for members to be familiar with
li . and that it had been understood that
j it would be put up on passage to flay.
He VOUId not agre? for th>< oontln-1
I nance others joined in. insisting that I
UM House consider thn bill at once R
passed second reading, then Bowta
i lodged objection to third reading, but |
a motion to suspend rules and put the]
lull on ?!i;rd reading prevailed Speak?
er Connor called for discussion. There
wa? no discussion, and the bill passed
practically without ojiposit ion. and was
sent to l as Hunts
Tb- Stewart bill amending the di-j
vor.? laws also passed and Ml MaM
to the Bannte. Jt originally provided:
that separation for two years be ground
for divorce. The committee bad
amended tins, making the time tic.
.'?ear- the party abandoned without
caus? having the right to remarry.
Mr Stewart accepted tho committee
amenda enl He Insisted that morality
and Christianity were alike promoted
by this measure An amendment by
Whitford that neither party lie al?
lowed to marry after divorcement was
The House p.i-.-ed a bill by Ray to
provide tor building a highway from
Fifty Thousand Dollar Issue
Rejected by Vote of
60 to 54.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch I
Ashland, Va . January 28. ?Tho fifty
thousand dollar bond issue at the elec?
tion to-day was rejected by a voto of
M to 5 4 The proceeds were
to have been used for the purpose of
establishing a sewerage and water
system The campaign has been very
spirited and active for the past week.
A public meeting was held Friday night
for the purpose of educating the
citizens, but certain very pertinent
facts were not explained by the speak?
ers. Consequently the election to-day
resulted m a defeat for The scheme
The sentiment is universal that, an
up-to-date system is necessary and II i
predicted that another ejection will be
held in the near future. As soon as the
people are educated they will certainly
voto for a sufficeint amount of bonds '
to place a system that will be in every
respect capable of taking care of the
needs of Ashland for many years to
bail REFUSED DTJTAL Haas.
Young i.ynrhhurc Business Man Held
on Serious ? harge.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.'?
Lynchburg, Va.. January Is. ? Duval
Haas, a young man engaged in ruer
' cantile business, was arrested this eve?
ning charged with the betrayal of
lira D /'teddy la.-t August, the arrest
coming after the death of the young
woman at the Lynohharg Hospital ear?
lier during the day Tho circumstance
in the cast have not been fully investi- 1
gated by the police, but at their re?
quest bail was refused Haas to-night. (
when application was made by Haas's
co-.ni.--l. Don P. Halsey.
IN THE DISTRICT COCRT OK
THE UNITED STATES KOR THE
EASTERN DISTRICT OK VIR?
In the matter of No. UM.
E. S. WHI TE AND In
On this 25th day Of January. A. D.
1913. OB reading the petition for dis?
charge of the bankrupt, it is
Ordered by the court that a hearing
be bad upon the same on the 1ST DAY
OF MARCH. A D. 1913. before said
court, at Richmond, in said district, at
d o'clock noon . ?rd tbet notice thereof
be published in The Tinsee Dispatch, a
new-paper printed in eaid district, and,
that all known creditors and other per- '
sons in interest may appear at the said!
time and place, and show cause, if any (
they|nuve \thv 'I..- pravet of I he said
petitioners .-ti.uild not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
court that the derk shall send by mail
to all known creditors OCpeSS Of said ?
petition and this order, addressed to
them at their places of residence as
Witness tt.e HONORABLE BD
MTX D WADDILL, HI . Judge or the
s-aid court, and the seal thereof, at
Rn hmond. in said district, on the
25th day of Januatv. A D HR.
JOSEPH P. BRADY.
MR. R. E PEYTON, III .
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Tstde d'ffnte lllrner ?atnrdar snd
?iisrfav rtraing, g to 9 e'rlnck. S i *n
The n?->st macnlBcer.? hotel In the
South BMrapggjgi plan. Rooms single
and en suit', nun and without baths
spacious sample rooms.
?cT H-i. ? A ici,-,e.
Half ssssloa begins February ,
Mad (7eM L>
Mis- l tMPHH.I.-a HfNlMll.
??r I it He ?.Irl?.
1? Wot (.race Street ,
Visit the s- hoot, or.ssmd for ciri ular
s? ? rm r ?l -nary fl.
Highland. NT. C, to Dillard. ?. C. :
?l*o the Dillinger bill to require ae
ceptar.'-r by railroad* of bonds in any
s'andard surety company for em
The Senate is discussing at great
length Senator Ivie's bill to make
uniform the rnim of larceny, and the
Justice House Ieotdatsons against inter
in at- freight rate discriminations.
>'? ? .? HofaOOd offered in the Scn
nate to da] 1 bill to provide funds for
preparation and prosecution of freight
rate , aae* instituted by the Corporation
Com mist ti ! ? r.he Inteistate Com
UMtr* ?? < !ommiaaioa,
Hodman u.-rod .? e,) the official bill
for intending and oonsoftdatino; the
military law - of the S! ???.. and changing
the rank af ?he auartSI master-general
from hrtgarl ier-gsaersJ. to colonel
A bill was LntrOduOSd by (Jriftln, of
Wake, to protei I farmers in the sale
of leaf to bap 0 Doughton would
provide for working convicts on the
If the reoommendat'ort of the joint
1 Commit*ee on ConstitstiOStaJ Amend
; men's, agreed on this afternoon ts
adopted bv the iler;er,i! A--em b'v. ns
thete is every IflrtlfIttoa thai it will
be, this Legislature will appoint a
commissi?.11 on constitutional amend?
ments and this commission will *uke
111 hand all lulls ottered a* this session
and frame suitable amendments to
the constitution to be reported *.o an
adjourned or special session of the
' - ,uture|for adopt ion to be su bmitted
, to the people for ratification
The Legislative committee proposed
would consist Of five on the part of the
DnnStS and eight on the part of the
I ? tea tojtothar with a commission of
five appointed by the ciovemor
I IN HOTEL ROOM
Chairman Pujo Begins Study of
Testimony Taken in Money
: Wa.-iiirigton. .January 28.? Represent?
ative Pujo. chairman of the House
! Money Trust Committee, went into
temporary retirement to-day to begin
analysis of testimony taken by the
' committee and to prepare the repori
which will be submitted to the House,
recommending legislation to deal with
I the banking and currency situation.
Mr. Pujo abandoned his office in the
.Capitol and with a voluminous collec
? tion of documents locked himself and a
; clerk up in a room at his hotel.
Samuel I'ntermyer. counsel for the
: committee, and other members of the
sub committee which took the teati- \
?IOfaya will aid in framing the report.
Which will be submitted to the full
committee. Considerable difficulty is
anticipated in drafting a report that
will meet approval of the full com
mi: t? e. one-half of which still is taking
< nairman Pujo and Counsel L'nter
myer probably will go to Jekyl Island.
Ga . about February ? to take testimony
of Wtll-.am Rockefeller. Mr. Pico, after
a conference with .lohn P. Oarver,
counsel for the Standard Oil magnate,
said he had hoped that Mr. Rockefe ler
would return to New York, that his
deposition might be taken there, but
if necessary would be made at Jekyl
Whereabouts Not known
Brunswick. Oa.. January 28.-?Whe'h
' er William Rockefeller, whose testirnony
'is wanted by the committee of the
Hou.-e of Representatives investigating
the so-called money trust, has returned
to Jekyl Island, near here, from where
ho departed last week, could not be
lea 11 iss I to-night j
The New York millionaire left the
island last Thursday and went to Ralm
Beach. He is reported, however, to j
have left there. It was reported at the
tians Mr. Rockefeller left Jekyl Island |
la.-' week that fie would return there '
within a few clays
ANDS OUT HINTS
State Department Distributes1
Sanitary Information in
A fool and his health are soon parted.
The little brown jug is a poor dortor.
It costs less to vaccinate an army
than to quarantine a county.
There is less danger in \arrinatlng a
person than In cutting a rora.
If yea must spit, use jour hat; then
nohndt els,- suffers.
It's a pity the careless spitter doesn't
? ts allots the dust he pollutes.
Filth, foolishness, flips, fever.
If Oed had lint meant for a mother
to nurse her child He would not hate
git en her milk.
Don't blame tour neighbors for tour
mosquitoes; they are most likrlt home
The common nip and the common
cold have mm Ii In common.
The above are some of 'he health
hints to be found in the Virginia Health
Almanac- for ISM. which ts about to be
issued by the State Hoard of Health.
The issuance of this publication, begun
two years ago. has ? 0 me to be an insti- .
tution in Virginia I* as-rtaaoa the usual
almanac dat.i. including rising and
s. fing times for sun and moon. ( hroni - ;
cle of important days tmostlv concern - ?
mg men who have contributed to health
Btad sorciKii, and twelve monologues.,
one for SSrea month, intended to treat j
of separata aMaa, in tins way the:
put li .on tr.-a's of smallpox, in-j
femf eran S and pneumonia tuber?
culosis, good water, fighting the fly.
the baby ir summer, typhoid fever. '
malaria, hookworm, diphtheria, fresh
an sBaaataa, whooping ? ough and
Want ad?. all with a heal'h meanii s
are printed on the rear coyer The
almanac is much improved in appear
SSI . and makeup it is handled this,
year by Davis Hottom. 8U pertnti f.
of Public Printing.
>?> rlM FUR ? Hllh.
Veteran of I nlnn Armt Found Pi
In l.t ni lihurrc House.
Spe< .il to The 1 aSTSTM I "-patch 1
Lynehburg. Va . JsTtiuary 2?
Thomas Horan % l'nion \ ? ? .. - ?
nine years of sge. was found de.t 1 *
,ly. which, together ? ?
I- thought to havs seen
Auction ?d Ira Zt)ls Es"
I KATING \ N 1) C< lOKISO STOVE?
Wo will ?eil to the highest, bidder, for
the interest of whom it may concern^
THIS WEDNESDYA, JANUARY
at 10 o'clock A. M ,
at Seaboard Air I.m? freight station^
corner Fifteenth und Franklin H tritt a.
city of Hi he in l one lot Stoves eeas*
sietiiig of a; st.u . . sin , ? -t, ..| heat,
ing stovis. and 4s caatlron Cook
Stove*, said shipment originally con?
signed to L. I Zii gier, Norfolk. Va..
and re<onsigned to Southern Stovej
Works, Hi' aasend V i
H It FH1N V ?Y. Agent.
Seaboard Air I.inn Hallway.
THE VAI.KN TINE AI CTION CO.
High Constable's Sale
I will sell bv public auction on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ."9. 1913.
at i o'cloc k F. M .
i,', my s'orehoiine. No ! ?'?. Ka?? K-ank
lia, the following property to satisfy
distress warrants and execution* in my
hands- Household Furniture, lot of
Automobile Supplies, Me< hanl' al Tool?,
Steel Hange, lor, of Oroceries. etc.
TEH MS Cash
ST. H WVATT, IH .
_H. C, C R.
auction &alf3 future ?>ap?
We will sell at Public Auction,
to the highest bidder, unless oth?
erwise disposed of, at our Freight
Warehouse, corner Seventeenth
and Marshall Streets, Rirhmond,
THl'RSDAV, JAN. 30. 1913.
Commencing at 9 A. M.,
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
SUGAR, BEANS, FLOl R
Various lots of dry goods, cloth?
ing, rugs, druggets, hirniture. hard?
ware and miscellaneous articles ot
The public are requested to at?
tend. Elevated seats provided
for ladies, and special accommoda?
tion will be afforded out-of-town
buyers for shipping goods.
The Chesapeake and Ohio
L. I.. SCHFRER.
General C laim Agent.
RUFPIN * SLOAN.
HAKK1SON A BATES,
Real EstaTtj Agents and Auctioneers.
Pursuant to an order entered by the
; altod States iMstrict Court for the
Eastern District oc Virginia, on ,Ds
? . -lite r 5 MO, in the matter of Charles
K Armitage. bankrupt, the under?
signed will offer for sale at public
auction upon the premises, on
THURSDAY, JANUARY :??. 1913.
commencing at 3 to o'clock P. M .
the following described real estate and
fixtures, comprising the plant of the
Armitage Manufacturing Company and
other property :
1 Those two ? ertain lots of land
fronting about ISO feet on the north
line of Williamshurg Avenue, com?
mencing at the t ast line of Elm Street,
togxethef with the largo Inn k factory
and other improvements thereon.
Also the P.xturt s. tools and apple
ati'i- m ties sai l plant, being such an
are usually used in handling of tar
and manufacturing roofing paper and
other tar producta.
Also several large tar stills located
on the premises of the Lower Gaa
Works of the ,-itv of Richmoi 1
J. Immediately after the aftove. that
lot of land with frame dwelling thereon.
No. 3011. on the north line of Main
Street. between Thirtieth and Th -fy
flrst Streets, fronting 1* Iwet by fa feet.
3. Immediately after the are ve. one
undivided half interest in a lot of land,
with franie dwelling IhereefS, on
alley running from Thirty-first to
T hn ? . ? ? .r 1 s-r-.-.- !? ' . n II road
and tirace Streets. feet by M feet.
Bv 1 ohm n' ft 'he - - "'her
undivided ha:t Interest In this prop?
erty will als > be seed
The real estate first above ment.o?ed
STAFFORD H I Ui KER.
ALLEN o COLLINS.
II Vi-KORD H. PARKER.
Rral c?3tdtf J=or
sntl improvement*, st ft vv
Nothing la this rtnn; ; at fSSoh
MrCl RDY A JOHNSON.
TWELFTH AXI> CLAY sTTSI
Open f A. M. ?e ?. F. M.
AeMMfMtaa, IK Frs? es. ^a^ ivrse