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??realer Rlchmond'a ?.reale?! News?
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GREATEST WANT AM) KEAI. ES?
TATE MEDIIM IN VIRGINIA.
AM) OM Of tHI BEST IN
Want Ad Rates
Dally one .cut per word when paid
in advance. No ad. taken lor -ess titan
One and one.halt cent* a woM all
rlaaMfk atlona n ept Situation Wanted
lot Sunda>. Sltuat'on Wanted, oue
rent a word. .No ad. Sunday taken lor
less than fifteen cents
No ads. taken (or .ess than twenty
live rents when phoned in or charged
?t the counter.
Phone orders not guaranteed.
Classification* not guaranteed after
( BfA P. M. ?
For business contracts, send for the
V\ aal \J. Msgs.Paveate Monroe I.
iOCl dllw J-JtinO
LOST. OH TUESDAY. PLATIN i M
bar pin with iilatnouds and sap?
phires. Fifty dollars reward If re?
turned to TH ALII IM ER s, Fifth and
Hi oa < 1
F??NDl A WATCH. E11 i 11 "1" E E NT 11
md Main. F WHITMOKE, tMt East
l?rlp C?antt? a?alr
~ WANTED. FOR I . S. ARMY,
able-bodied, inn.ai: I' d n,< n. I,'tween
ages ol IS arid K; citiaens of i ni ted
States, ot good < haiU' ?.' : an l temperate
habits, who .an -peak. f*<l and
w!i!>- the English language. For infor?
mation, apply to REi hi .TINO or
I 11 ER, M Last Broad. RMiiiiond.
WANTED. A i.'OUl'KK. "?PPI.y
\v - FORBES A CO.. Tenth and
Wi N '1 ED. 14 I? I > K LA V 1 i s A N D
' - laborer,, by IOHN 1 WILSON OO.,
|NC . AT Lota bard y and Leigh st-.
ANY AMBJTIOUH r?CN? 11 AN W1P?
overlooks the I'nlted States Navy with?
out Investigation n.av 1?: neglecting
one of his best opportunities to life.
If you youraelf do not know all the
facts about the navy's SO different
trades, navy pn>. hours, promotion,
training. chaBC.ee to travel and to save
monev. call at NAVY RECRUITING
STATION. Allison Building. East Main
and Eighth Street. Richmond. Va , ami
get the truth tirst hand from officers
there. o: wit. f..r I. terestir.g Ire?
book. "The Making ot a Man-o-Wars
111*11 ' Simple language. '"lear pic
tures. Mail post card to BUREAU OF
NAVIGATION, Boa IS?. Navy Depart?
ment. Washington. D. C.
WANTED AT ONCE, ARCHJTlv'T
ural draughtsman: state experience
and salar; Trailttfl Address F SO,
care Tiints-li spat' h._,
W ANT El I TOUKG MEN WHO ARE i
interested in aviation to lake a good,
practical course in our school, Spe
cia! inducement to tlrst students en?
tering RICHMOND AEROPLANE
.?.- EXHIBITION CORPORATION,
WANTED. WHITE OR COLORED
man to work on small farm. Address
F !?>. care Times-Dispatch
CUKRK KOR BODA FOUNTAIN AND
confectionery store; good home and
wages to the right party, ELK IN'?
Ton i ; East Broad
WANTED v GOOD GENERAL J"B
printer. On* who iu?:i set up work
and run it off; week!;, newspaper and
job office in small Virginia town.
Stead-, job to ste.nlv man. Address,
K si. care Tissas-Diepatdl
[.WANTED, COLORED BARTENDER
for a city club. Must be experienced
:u*rt furnish good references. Ad
? ire?v K 41. 1,1!- Times-1 lispatch
CLKRU'ALS. MECHANICS. M EN OF
all trades Laborers, whv- look for
work' Just see AMERICAN LABOR
BUREAU, lit North Ninth.
MEN WANTED WITH RIG TO in
troduce and sell eighty-five extracts,
.-pues. medicines, etc Big money
WllSSST made ltd wecklv. We mean
business Box 774. Dept. 113. Cedar
FREE ILLCSTRATED B"< >li~ TELLS
of about ami.mm protected positions
in I'nited States SSIViOO. Thousands
of Vacancies every year. There is
a big '-hnnce here for you. sure and
generous pay. lifelong employment.
Just ask for booklet T-l^i No obli?
gation. EARL HOPKINS, Washing?
ton. D. C_j
w a n t E D, RAILWAY MAIL'
i lerks for parcel- poet . fJO month.
Richmond examinations soon, coach- j
!ngfree. franklin institlte
? ;_- ,
feuuarions iXiiintra. iBdlr
Y"fNG MAN DESIRES POSITION
bookkeeping: four vears' experience
general banking. Best references
furnished. F 31. care Times-Dis
TOUNJQ MAN WITH TRAVELING
salesman experience, desires position. '
Beat reference. F 33, cant Times
Dispatch. _ _
W anted. Pt S3ITKJN A8 CLERK OR
manager in tirug store, long expe?
rience and liest reference. H. M.
:-l!li:;.l. tilt-th V ???1 t. Bl _
i?flp COdntcD ftmalt
\\ ANTED. A RELIABLE SERVANT,
room on lot; good wares. 2100
WANTED. girls for OUTt bind
erj ? also Job and cylinder press
feesVsra Apply baughman STA?
TIONERY OOMFANT, corner Bow c
snd Marshall Streets. _
TIIE^GEO. A_ HUNDLEY company,
has an opening for a thorouirhlv
i..;npet.ut v.'unc lady cashier ? *t: 1 y
those having thorough experience
need apply. Apply to MR MICHAEL
W a NT El i. EXI'ERIEN'i "EI> 1-'?>K
keeper and stenographer. Applv
wanted. a SERVANT T" cook
and clean for small family, good ,
wages ?'all Madison MtS-JJ.
WHITE NURSE GIRL WANTS posi
tion in private family. <*an give
best of references Address F J*,
care Times-Dispatch. _ j
wanted w.i.MAN to do GENERAL
housework INTERMENT FARM.
?t.i UiiOi.o k rc, j crMir
toUNaj Ladt desires' position
as stenographer: have had five
months' rxiierietree, willing to stsrt
at a ; ea-'iin hie sal.-?i\ I'nll up
Madison >h .1
wanted v ixsiTI'i.N as kursk
f..r se keraMd Perroa years ?xr*.
rlencs. A liermanent position de
si ed Aildress MISS MARIA l,
SHANKS. Salem. Va.
wanted, I'uSITI'iN AH r.'MiKKEEP
er or sssistanb by young lad>. at
present emploved; riKxt reason for
wanting lo change Address F 41.
l.rlp, 9^alf anD f-tnult
MEN WOMEN. i.ET C.tlVERN
inept | .'- ??! ;?<??? jobs: US Steeg.
Write for list of positions ?.pen
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. Dept.
IT V H he.'rr N i,
ARE TO| IN NEED OF HELP nF
I ? U M
MXRTINS EMI-1.'iY vtKNT AGENCY
J,;K Y'-l IN NEED t?F KMII/iT.
meal? If so apply to W M MAR.
TIN? KMPLOYMF.NT AGENCY. 3t
North Ninth Street._ ,
WANTED. MEN AND women TO
? lualif. for gnrmTnmt.x aoeltleaa
sgv ral tSeosnnd appointments t.,
ade nei Full In
"?ttsr Shout openings, how U.
? ate. free Write Imme
llnlelv for booklet r, i-.i EARL
HopKlN?. Washington, D. C.
Proff??tondl ijclp CUantro
IMPORT /Cn~T^ TO SCHOOL) i
Hoards?College*, iiublu: and private,
school* supplied with teacher* of all \
grade* on short notice, without
Ohara* 'i'eucher* wanted. TMt
VlRtSINIA TKAI'H K HS' DI'KKAi:,
Ui'v lt. W. Cridliti, .Manager. Wood?
land Heights, Richmond. Va.
COMPETENT ORQANIST^ND PIANO
te.ieher wishes to take a few studtoua
pupils. F 17, care Times-Dispatch
TEAl' H Kit?*?-KOK KALL TERM sT
graded, high schools and colleges.
Calls already coming in The wise
teuclier will enroll early Service
guaranteed. Tluee agencies: one en
rolnient SHERIDAN TEACHERS'
AGENCIES, Charlotte. N. C
Ural C?t?ff J ot fe.ilf
VIHUIMA KAHM BAROAINS I
have for sale the best class of rnoney
ii.ukmg farms in the State In a sec
lion offering superior advantage* |o
the honie?eeker For particulars
Writs to v. 11. HALL. William.burg.
POB sale. ONE HltlCK HOUSE IN
the West End! all modern improve?
ments. U,r only J2.T5<i. Applv to T
D. JKTT, I'll Last lli.ni Street any
evening after C o'clock. Phune Madi?
son 7 S 2 7 -XI._
for SALE. A i'AHM XKAU llll'll
niond. Apply to T 1?. JKTT. J14
Rast Main Street, any evening after
C o'clock- Phone Madison 7S27-X3.
FOR SAXJJ -only ItJJSt MAKES TOO
proprietor of nice running business
III this new city, which owner sava
Is bringing 11,400 per month. |1CIM
annually; 20 per cent net profit in
tins is $2.ltd per year. Kent only $25
per month. Wnte promptly for de?
tails So.MM EH villk TRUST CO,
INC. Newport Newa, Va.
tH ? I KT OP BEAUTLPUL. LATINO
giound. one square of en line, with
all city conveniences, in the West .
End; a fine proposition for a build?
er <?! speculator. All for less Ihan
ILItS. Think It over and see us
this morning. OEO. C POINOEXTEK
Ac CO, 211 Mutual Building.
ONE OP THE PRETTIEST Homes ON
ilrove Avenue for llo.?'iO. Steam
heat, combination fixtures and all
modern convenient*. White stone
front Intend leaving city only rea
Son for selling Address L ?9, care
LIST YOLK~FAiKM~?"ND "flMKLP.
land with us for our new catalogue.
Just being gotten up. which w.Ilbe !
?tailed .dl ever the conn try. Do it
to-day. <JEo. C. I*OI NDEXTEP. ai
CO, til Mutual Building.
FOR SAI.K. lHHiKKX i OI'NTKY
Lome, right on UrS famous James
Kiver, in sight of the thriving city ?
of Newport News; eight rooms, por
celais bath, hot and cold water; fur?
nace, not water heat, nine out
I ulldlngs; vast expanse of wate:
scenery; 10? acres of fine land: 80
cleared, high state of cultivation:
3.000 fruit trees. Manv prizes won
at State Pair for its products. Stock, ;
machinery, feed and timber. Fatuous
panes, for its hospitality and output,
great chance for modern water?
front home. Write to-dav. BOM
MERVILLK TRUST CO, INC. New?
port News. Va.
fctal Cstatt tor 3Rent.
POR RENT LA R< IK. CONVENIENT
storage room on ground Seng at 1110
Kast Cary Street. Phone Madison
Era. Cetatr tXtantf?
WANTED, HOME IN WOODLAND
Heights. Will paj cash Address K
42. care Times-Dispatch. _
WANTED."" LOT IN LEE ANNEX,
west of Boulevard, OO Hanover.
Stuart or Grove Avenues. State
price, location and full particulars,
liust l?e bargain and illrecl from
owner. f 44, ran? Times-Dispatch.
LIST Y 01' R PAR I IS WIT1 Cl. A.
CONNELLY A < t> Write postal
.- - . i blank*
MRS CHAR K BOWERS, m
Kas? Franklin Street, handsome
rooms with btearn heat and board.
BOULEVARD IN N .ON HAM PTO NT
Roevds; country and seashore com?
bined with city conveniences W'nte
for literature. MISSES TABB
Boulevard Inn. Hampton \ ;.
w a n T K D, TABLE ~" BOARDERS;
rooms nearby. .",07 West Grace.
DESIRABLE ROOMS." WITH FIRST
class board. 21? Sliafer Street, four
doors south of The chesterfield
41'i west" grace "street. hot
water heated rooms. Table boarders
DESIRABLE ROOMS WITH BOARD;
excellent table board. 401 East
V"i '.\'; LADT WISHE8 R? 5 'M AND
l ard with a private fan.ily south
of Broad and west of First. F 43,
Y< ?t*NG M AN I > ES 1RES TABU
board south of Broad Street, east
of Kelvidere Street. Please give full
information. f 49, care Times-Dis?
W i S T EI >.""rOOM~ND ~Bt >A KD BT
young couple in .private familv or
select boarding house. c e. HOCK*
<re Morris A-_Co_
FR'ESlf ?t"TTf bTNIILK 'D?^LY^ j
Our own make of dailv b itter. J
_RKXX1E DAIRY" CO._I
THIS " is t" notify THE P1BLIC
fhiit I will not be responsible for '
any debts contracted by any one but
myself._A. R COUSINS
WANTED. THE IMBLIC TO
know that TAHNKF. BROS . Jewel?
ers. ?12 Kast Main Screed buy. sell,
exchange and REMOUNT DI?
AMONDS IN the LATEST
STYLES Old sold and silver,
always taken in exchange_ !
mb JOHN II smith. OP THB
Richmond Vehicle Construction Com?
pany, and Mr. e. P. Moore, of the:
V.. V' Moore A Co.. announce the
consolidation of the two Arms under
? he name of the SMITH-MOORE
VEHICLE COMPANY Business
in the future WH be conducted from i
the plant of the above-mentioned
Arm. 31? North Fifth Street. A <or:
iinuance of past patronage is re- :
_ - _
AN oij. LINE life INSl'RANCE
? ompany desire* the service* of two
special traveling agents, with salary |
expenses. Conference desired. :
and need not apply without setts- |
factory references. AH corrfwunlca
l.'.ns confident lal. Address C,
Jrr. Coal ano iClrou
bk-t grade pine and oak
wood. 12 *?? half-cord. II.7.S r|oarter:
slnb w?cxl. $2 7* half-cord All armies
eoal. beat quality l*hoh? Monroe
4.77? lt NE * IIARKIK. 1*11 East
i ars of nie
l^t us Km
HAVE BEEN LEADER IN
wood her* since l?K I msv be the
lowest in price, but best in qualltv
mere than balance* . h'ap wood
Only a?k one order or. r*.fec?tv dry
|p f jre* I ?)#-?*? Jrs Otlk ?irtfl Tr*1 I Ty ?iBj f>
.eVbT^-re^r.^' Auto D-Ts
will deliver on ?ne hour ? n*',"e
IAJNO. the . WOOD MAN
What natural disaster
ahsWBSl hi tmrnTtntBATT* Pt z/i.f.
FOB KAUB. EVERYTHING ! H THB
line of business wagorn and bug?
gies at price* that will aave you
n.'ji.iy f^-t us know your want*,
and we will take pleasure in serv- !
Ifta ?. o.i Easy terms. A. MKVtl'.'? '
BON?, 7:1 Last fury Street.
f7>I~s7\LE. $4.500 OK ST?'< K IN A
going lead mine proposition near
Jopli'i. This is not a prospect, but
a developed property. It is over 26
feet of dm e of ore. which averages
over 7 per cent sine. A guaranteed
monthly dividend of 2 per ceVt The
strittest of investigation solicited.
De you want to buy? Answer Post
officM Box h!?6. Bichmond, V'a.
FOB kvALdV BTAVB HEADING PLANT
complete atid in opt ration; price,
30 per < ent of original cost if sold
at once; condition guaranteed. I.
gLUFj ?RD .v ' ' >_
WE RATE A NUMBER ?>! LATE
model I'nderwood and Remington
Visible Typewriters, which look as
good. Steeg as well and are guar?
anteed the same as new machin- -. gl
a savin* of 40 per cent. Sent on
examination anvwhere. AMERICAN
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE INC.
M< East Main Street. Phone Madi?
son 525*1. j
WANTED, ""fo SELL CHE A1". o.NK
horse and phaeton. Apple W FRED
RICHARDSON. IN"'., f.i.J West Main.
Koi; BALE, CLEANING, DYEING AND
pressing establishment: excellent
reason for selling. Address K !???.
FOR SALE oR LEASK.?Y?i'N? J OR.
chard. Albemarle pippin and wine
sap, five hundred trees: three-hun?
dred barrel crop: buildings; no live
stock. Ideal for summer home. Box
7. Afton, Va.
F4?R~SALeT mill" "THREE* STANDS
roller process; oorti burr; capsvdty
^'"r barrels daily, good stream: 130
acres in pond, for ?2,500. A bargain.
< HAS C CLARKE. De Witt. Va.
DREG STORE FOR SALE; IN A VIR
xiriia city; good location: small
stock: will ?eil at invoice, discount
if cash. F Pt\ care Times-Dispatch.
? ?ncrete- mTx EItS~ HOISTING
<?:. gines. dump cars, steam shovel,
locomotives, rail, pumps, boilers and
_ engines. I BLUFi >BD A Co.
KoK SALE. K1VE SHARES CAPITAL
sto. i. Main Street Bank at %$? pet
share. Addre??; K :l", care T.mes
FOR WAIKJN8 GO TO""riciIARDSON
BROS.. 615 Brook Avenue Painting,
repairing and rubber-tire work.
CAPITAL FOR APPROVED En?
terprises without oosamission I-ull
particulars mailed tor ic postage.
Address THE OEOP.OIA PiKJ
MOTKR. Gainesville. Ua.
WANTEI.."PARTNER WITH ' to
j.. s :.;e it .: parcel post proposition
that will pay IM per cent. Address
C ?42. care T.mes-Dispatch.
LvYE SEVERAL BLOCKS OK STOCK
in Loan and Investment Company, in
amount of $$99, $l.??0f. 12. ?>'">, that
will pay 15 per cent ] early For in?
formation a dili ssai <; ^4?. care
WANTED TO SELL. ATttTve"IN
te.-e-t in. or all. of one of the leading
drug stores in Lynchburg. Va., srsfl
inventory at.o-u mow will sell |
for Svft). Doing about II .Ys) per ;
month Splendid opportunity.
Proprietor has other business that i
requires much of bis time. Address j
Druggist. Box 73. Lynchburg. Va.
DRUOOIST. Box 71. Lynchburg. Va.
ttooms j"-or IXrnt
Nl' EI.Y FURNISHED.' " * LEAN
room-: bath. heat, gentlemen only.
THE ROAN OK E. 114 North Eighth
FOR RENT. TWo NICE. FURNISHED
rooms, steam heat. Apply SOS West
INAUGUEATI' ?X ~WEEk7Tl50 ~RICH
ly furnished five-room apartment;
two bedrooms. The New Woodward,
excellent colored women in charge,
verv best of references required Ad?
dress 305. THE WOODWARD, Wash?
ington. I>. c._ _
VIRGINIA LA DT WOTL D U K E~TO
lodge party of ladies during in?
auguration week: new- house, electric
Pelts, phone, etc. Terms: 12 per day
without meals. References furnish?
ed. Address J I. C. No 3301 Thir?
teenth Street. N. W. Washington.
LARGE. ATTRACTIVELY FURNISH
ed room at 322 East Franklin. Mon?
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM"- ALSO
hall room: steam heat, telephone and
all conveniences: in private family
Call Monroe 1234-J.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOB EIGHTEEN
person > inauguration w eek. with
board Pot particulars address MRS
W. F. BIGGS. 3i2o Fourteenth
BtrOSt. V W. Washington. D C.
FOR RENT. To MAN OF RKEINE
mertt ar.d qu^t hchits. two connect?
ing rooms in private familv; hot
water heat, electric lighta bath. Ad?
dress F 31._ care Times-Dispatch.
FOB RENT. NTCKLT FVRNTSHED
\ .ipor-l.e.i te.] ^,.....,s if..; Ka-t ''.'*. e
TWo Lic.Hf" ROOMS~K(?R i;EXTLE-"
men. heet and light. 4SI East
Krankiin Street. _
LA RG E. A TTRACTTVE FR' 'NT
rooms, southern exposure. good
table hoard IN Bast Franklin
BBAUTIFLL LA BOB. FURNISHED
front room to rent; modern. Phone
Mon-oe 414-1. D?'?5 Park Avenue.
roultrF, pet? ano iior St ml
FOB SM.E XT HALF-PRICE. OWE
fine Spanish Ja. k. sis years old.
Ituaranteed foal-setter: weight. s??
pounds Muat he sold at once Send
war eommentcalions to J. ADC'fCK.
?LL~ BREEDS i-~;s Ko\. c\T
?ten. fifteen dollars Little to> puss,
beautlea five dollars Anv dog
(ilAN'T !'??'. >NZE TURKEYS. PAIR ?T
pounds, torn. 7"? pound bona sto? k
eery beul Fsrm raised, prices verv
reasonable. Address Bos "s. New
soms, v's. _ _
WAN-All, A good WATCH is-:
Grve full description, breed, age and
?oltriicis an? teiironun
.Ehmen wanted to call ok
,ercbsnts sod hankers with staple
^veril.ing line THE RAND? ?Li'H
flat* fot Rfnt
? ? -i imat.'k?t op "five R6om?
and bath; unexpired leaae. u - and
electric lights, hot water heat; re?
cently built. Apply 2204 Hanover
Aver i ue.
IVPhWRITERH OF ALL MARKS
and modele sold, rented and skilfully
repaired. Remingtons. I riderwoods.
Olivers, Kmith Premiers. Her Locks,
and L C. Smith Bn>s. Machines
M nied from Si to 17 for three months
Hrsl rent paid applied on purchase
THE AMERICAN TYPEWRITER
EXCHANOE, oU6 Fast Main Street
Phone MaUisvu 425?.
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKIN?7
WU pack AND SHIP FURWrUKE
and china and weeding presents with
. Signed JACOB I'XfLA TF, 1328
West Broad Street. Phone Madison
3 2H 2._
m SHOE REPAIRING.
10c REBATE IF YOU BRING SHOES
with this coupon. Men a shoes half
kolnd, 75c, rebated to Be; ladies'
half-soles, ?V , rebated to 50<\ Every
pair sewed, best leather: no nails, no
i.eKH Heeling. Skr, DREWS ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTORY. 71? East
Alain. Piione Monroe MAT._
V EN tTl? TORS. *
IDEAL'VENTILATORS .MADE OF
[lass, largest capacity; lowest price,
'hone Monroe 1BUJ.
WHEN rou WANT
HO I "SKI 'LEANING. WAXING AND
staining floors, windows washed
call Monroe 3120. New houses a
specialty. Prompt service. WIL?
is A I ET Y BI.Aio.s RESHARPENED
.all makes', hair-tested and guar?
anteed to shave as good or better
than new Work, received and de?
livered at our local agency. Ho Wall
. Bros., Sixth and Broad SHARP o
CO.. No. 1 North Seventh. Phone
R elia B le TRANSFER.?MlLtLe>
ncr's ? 302 North Ninth Street,
hauls trunks for Ho; claim Che. kj
issued] at the house for your baggago,
two men on our wagon. Phone Madi
SEE EVANS HARDWARE COM
l'an Y for the largest line of sporting
goods in the < ity. 7"i Went Broad.
LAU X MOWERS.
LARGEST LINE OF LAWN" MOW
ers. garden hose in the city; prices
reasonable. We sell Detroit gas
langer. evan8 HARDWARE CO..
-??? v. Bri .1
notice op special oener
AL si ockholders me eti no
Richmond Frederp ksburg and Po
iha? Railroad Company.
Office of the Secretary.
Richmond. Va., December 31. 1612.
TO WHOM it MAY CONCERN':
Take Itottoe, that, on Wednesday.
February 3. ?13. at II o'clock a. M . a
special general meeting of the stock?
holders of the Richmond. Fredericks
bur? and Potomac Railroad Companv
?will be held in the office of the com?
pany, in the First National Bank
Building, at the corner of Ninth 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 stud meeting being to
take action upon a proposition of
compromise and settlement nego?
tiated by the president and directors
Of I he company with the special cotn
?;.is*ion representing the State of
Virginia and its political subdivision?
as authorized by statute; and also
to take action upon a resolution
of the president and directors of
the company looking to an amend?
ment of the company's charter,
as authorized by law. and also for
attending to any other matters
?which may lawfully come before said
The books for the transfer of the
capital stock of the company will be
closed on January IS. 1913 at 3 o'clock
P. M.. and reopened on February
7. 1*13. at 10 o'clock A. M.
Bv order of the President and Di?
rectors' NORMAN" CALL,
WH. H white.
THE annual MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Jefferson Realty
Corporation will be held at the Jef?
ferson Hotel. Richmond. \a.. on
wednesday, February 5. 1913. at
12 o clock noon. _ _
O F WEISIGER.
~i a .-I E. IaiT-COMMUNICATION
Vv ol Metropolitan Lodge. No iL
?^r*. \ F &r A. M.. will be held in
Masonic" Temple WEDNESDAY AF?
TERN'-oN. February *>. 1913. at l:30
o'clock, to pav the last sad tribute of
respect to our deceased brother.
Worshipful H. L Carter. Members
..f sister lodges and transient brethren
are cordially invited.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
W. m. WATKINS.
THE AN N TAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Richmond Trans?
fer Company will be held at their
office. 80? East Main Street, at 12
.. lock noon. WEDNESDAY, i eb
ruaty 12. ?13.
W. T. DARDEN.
a M \ SONIC NoTICE.?A SPECIAL
vV communication of the
/yr\ Worshipful Grand Lodge of Vlr
ginia. A.. F. er A M, will be held at
the Masonic Temple. Richmond, \ a..
THURSDAY. February 6. 1913. at 10
o'clock A. m.. for the purpose of pay?
ing the last tribute of respect to our
deceased brother. Right Worshipful
George W. Carrington. m. D. grand
?SCNtairr. ^ ^ Mo?t v-<>r.,, ,nf u,
; ? ' Mpster ______
CHAS. A. NESBITT,
Grand Secretary, p. T.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
?tockholders of the Gans-Rady Com?
ic, v w ill be held at the office of the
companv. 10n". East Main Street.
Richmond, Va.. on WEDNESDAY.
_19. ,.t 12 o'clock.
V I P ?; I N I A ? IN TH K ?H AN'"' I: V
. .CRT oF THE CITT OF RICH?
Ann E. George s Executrix,
Ella Robinson et als.
To the heirs and distributees of Ann
F George deceased, to Lucv Ruffin. or
thoae entitled to her estate; to Rev.
Osgood E Herrick and wife, or those
entitled to their estates: to Abrsham
W.....Ison. or those entitled to his es
"Take notice, that on MARCH ?T11
19IJ at !? o'clock A. M.. at my office.
Room N<? *"7. Trsvelers' Insurance
Companv s Building. No. ID'S E.ist
Mam Street Richmond. Va, I shall
Inuuire and report:
i M Who are the heirs at law and
distributees of Ann K. George, de
< eased, and what are their respective
shares or Interests in the above men
i \\ ' i ? per?on or persons are
now ePtitled to the legacv given In
inove mentioned will of Ann E
OMerES deceased, to Lucy Ruffin
Third W hsl person or persons are
now er.ntled to the legacy given In
seid wiil to Rev. Osgood E. Heriick
Fourth What person or persona ere
o ascertain the persona
tie legacies above men
that the same msy be
IJiem. snd^ e?Gd decree
personal service en nS
Felo ii.. - .
d thta Hh daj of
cmilt?<n JACKSON. P- e>
ON STREET WORK
President Wheelwright, of Vir?
ginia Railway and Power Com?
pany, Confers With Board.
FOR CLOSER CO-OPERATION
Head Nurse of Colored Hos?
pital Sends In Her
hMUMt Thomas R Wheelwright.
; of the Virginia Kailway and Power
Company, waa before the Administra?
tive Hoard i esterday in regard to i on
stiuctlon matters. There was no defi?
nite proposition pending, the visit of
Mr. Wheelwright being more in the
nature ?-f a conference with the mem?
bers Matters of franchise and track
exGnsion ;.re handled by the Council,
not by the Administrative Hoard, but
as custodians of the city streets, the
bos-d h is veneral control of construr
Uca and reconstruction work and the
L CA PEON. LA DI KS' TAILOR, 414 W
Mai shall street. Phone Monroe
IM, wishes to announce to his
friends and customers that he has
Just received a new line of the lat?
est style spring and summer suit?
ing from NVw York, and is now pre?
pared to take orders at once. Pri. es
reduced this month: fit guaranteed.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHESB ?09 North Third.
LADIES, TOUR HAIR IS IMPORTANT.
I WE MEAN DON'T PAY ENORMOUS
i prices. We manufacture hair goods
of every description and sell them
1 about half price. Pure hair only,
that don't fade. This week we a
selling switches very reasonable. If
we have not your shade in stock we
will make you one on approval, any
price you name. Being manufactur?
ers, we can save you half. Guaran?
teed not to fade. RICHMOND HAIR
STORE. 212 North fifth Street.
LA DIES, YOUR HAIR.
SHAMPOOING ALL THIS WEEK. Ufa
Drvinsr by electricitv. Don't miss
this opportunitv. RICHMOND HAIR
SToRK. 212 North Kifth Street.
YES. WE RE DYE AND REMAKE
faded switches, pompadours, etc.
equal to new Charges verv moder?
ate. RICHMOND HAIR STORE, 212
j _North Kifth Street._t
LADIES. YOUR HAIR IS IMP' IRTAXT.
YOUR CUT HAIR OR COMBINGS
made into beautiful switches, pom?
padours, etc.. in the most artistic
manner. Charges very moderate
RICHMOND HAIR STORE, 212
North Kifth Street._
WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH
household itoods In any uar.tit y
WANTED. ORDERS FOR INFANTS
hand-made clothes. Phone Madison
WANTED A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
to locale at Pocaliontas. Va. If in?
terested w-rire FLOYD BLACK. Sec
retary Board of Trade.
W A N T ETjT. TWO SAWM I LLS TO
cut pine and oak lumber by the
thousand and deliver f. o. b. cars,
railroad from three to five miles. H.
P. BAKER. Columbia. Va.
WANTED. SIX LARGE MULES OR
work horses; state correct age.
weight, price and if Hound. Rox
WANTED, TO BlrY FOR CASH,
- old gold and old silver: any quan
tity. E. C. MEYER JEWELRY
CO., 317 East Broad Street.
January 2. 1913
THE FIRM OF COWHERD A cow?
herd, composed of B. R. Cowherd and
N. T. Cowherd, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. B R Cow?
herd, the senior member, having re?
tired from the concern
B R COWHERD.
X T. COWHERD
The undersigned have this day
formed a partnership, under the
name or COWHERD .v COWHERD,
for the purpose of conducting u gen?
eral Contracting husine-s in the city
of Richmond and elsewhere. J. M.
Cowherd having purchased from Mr
B R. Cowherd the one-half interest
originally owned by him in the firm
of Cowherd A Cowherd.
N T COWHERD,
J. M. COWHERD.
i.v'fHH DISTBICT~COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES KOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA
In the matter of ,,
L M CHEATHAM A ) No 1h:'?
CO. f In
Bankrupt. V. Bankruptcy.
ORDER OK NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE.
On this 31st day of January. A. D.
1!?13. on reading the petition for dis?
charge of A. B. CHEATHAM. as an in?
dividual, and as a member of the firm
of la M. CHEATHAM A CO, the bank?
rupt, it is
ordered by the court that a hearing
be had upon the same on the 7TH DAY
of MARCH. A. D. 1913. before said
court, at Richmond, in said district, at
12 o'clock noon; and that notice thereof
be published in The Times-Dispatch, a
newspaper pripted in said district, and
that all known creditors and other
persons in interest may appear at the
said time and place, and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of
the said petitioner should not be
And it la further ordered bv the
court that the clerk shall send by mall
to all known creditors copies of said
petition and this order, addressed to
them at their places of residence as
Witness the HON? ?BARLE EDMUND
WADDILL JR. Judge of the said
con-t. and the s?al thereof, at Rich?
mond, in said district, on the 31st day
of January. A. V. 1913.
.1' >SEPH P BRADY.
MR HUNSDoN VARY.
Attorney for Bankrupt
IN THE DISTRICT COURT <>F THE
UNITED STATES KoR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT <>K VIRGINIA.
In the matter of v
PATRICK H SULL1- / No. 1110.
VAN. r In
Bankrupt. v Bankruptcy.
ORDER <>K NoTb E K?<R DISCHARGE
on this 1st day of February. A D
1913, on reading the petition for dis?
charge of the bankrupt. If ia
be'^d^Po^tn^samron' the "?f
of MARCH. A. D. Ifl*. before said
court, st Richmond, in said dlatnct. at
i; o'clock noon and that notice thereof
he published in The Times-Dlspan h. a
newspaper printed in said district knd
that all known creditors snd other
persona In Interest may appear at the
said time snd place, and show cause.
If >nt fhev have, why the praver of
the said petitioner should not be
And It Is further ordered bv the
court that the cWk shall send bv mall
to ail known creditors copies of said
Witness th? HONORABLE EDMUND
WADD1LL JR. Judge of the said
court, and the seal thereof, at Rich?
mond. In aaid district on the let day
of February. A D ltl*.
JOSEPH P BRADY
? Seal! Clerk
MB. JoHN A LA AIR
Attorney for Bankrupt
granting o! permits Tor all manner of
iiscH of the streets. Last year a very ;
largo proprrtion of the city's street
fun Is ? <>re used In paving- streets In
whi-h there are car tracks, necessi?
tating the rebuilding of a large num?
ber of car lines, reports showing that
tl.e VliKlnia Railway and Power Com?
pany spent more on track replacement
ami navlng than the city of Richmond
?gpi i.ie<| in all of Its street work dur?
ing the >ear.
Tnere were some delays and mis
undei xt:< tidings last year, the company
in tome Instances not being notified
that cecai.i streets were to be paved
until tl.e ...ntractor waa ready to be?
gin, resulting in several weeks' delay
to the contractor while the tracks were
at ing rebuilt Without going into old
isjncB ilr Wheelwright merely de?
sired a policy of c loser co-operation
between the city and company in con?
struction matters, and his suggestions
seemed to have the general approval
of men.hers of the Administrative ;
In regard to the proposed shelters ;
at transfer points. .Mr. Wheelwright
said that lie hoped shortly to have de
sL-ns cf such buildings in other cities.
The pi jposition t ame up on motion
of Captain McCarthy some days ago.
the resolution requesting the company
*o stite whether it would erect and
maintain such shelters If the city
would grant the necessary easements
nnd UP* co'isent of the abutting prop?
erty owners could be obtained.
Superintendent Ca be II. of the City
Home, reported the resignation of Miss
W c. Young as head nurse of the
l.olored Hospital, to take eff? . t Man h
i L The tMard requested Dr George
; Len *o*initon. chief of the medical
staff cf tne hospital, to recommend
so"ie suitable person for the vacane.v.
1 1 large number of petitions for
'minor street repairs were referred to
t'ic Citv Lngineer for his attention.
s.iir,. ( hlid Fatallt Burned.
Harri?, nburr. Vs.. February 3. ?While
lighting; a lira with kerosene. DrseUtB
Bro-.vn. colored, sixteen years old. set tire
t<> her dress, and every stitch of clothing
t.urne.l from her body. Her b.Mly was
horribly burned, and she may not live. Her
father Is a laborer on former State Sena?
tor George B Keeiell ? farm.
auction fealro. J-uturr ?>???
ote e^3T iMtQAD arc
Bankrupt Auction Sale
of Mules, Horse, Cow
Pursuant to an order of the District
Court of the United States for the
Kastern District of Virginia, entered
on the 2Mb. day of January, 1913. in
the matter of C. H. Pfunt er. bank?
rupt, I will sell at public auction on
1 tlie premises, known as
chales City County
( Near Roxbury, Va.)
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY fi.
At 12 o'clock noon.
One large Refrigerator, two mules,
one driving horse, one cow.
R. GRAYSON DASHIELD.
N B. ? From Rchmond take Chesa?
peake and Ohio local' train leaving
7:3" A. ML to Turner's Siding. Farm
about half mile from siding, or about
sixtten miles from Richmond.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
By Richeson <fc Crutehfleld.
Real Estate Agents arid Auctioneers.
FRAME DWELLINGS NOS. r.OS AND
f.OX 1-2 GODDIN STREET. BE?
TWEEN ROANE AND CALHOUN
STREETS. AND TWO FRAME
DWELLINGS IMMEDIATELY IN
REAR of SAME. FRONTING ON
CAB ELL STREET. AND KNOWN VS
NoS. Ml AND Ot'9 CABELL STREET.
In execution of a certain deed of
trust, dated January 12. 1912. to the
undersigned trustees, recorded in the
clerk's oillce. Richmond Chancery
Court, in D. B. 214-B. page 377. default
having; been made in the payment of
one of the notes thereby secured, and
being required so to do by the holder
thereof, we will sell by public auction,
on the premises, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ??. 1913,
at 1:3? o'clock P M .
the real estate described In said deed
"All that lot of land, with improve
' merits thereon, fronting 30 feet on the
north side of Goddin Street, between
Roane and Cailioun Streets, in the city
of Richmond. \'a., and running back on
j its eastern line 14d feet and on its
! western line I to feet to Cabell Street.
' being designated as lot No. 16 on a
plat of sur'ey annexed to a deed from
' James M. Taylor, trustee of Jacob
I Shook, to Robertson & Brownlie."
i TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay ex
: penses of executing the trust, any un?
paid taxes, and a ratable proportion
of taxes for the calendar year 1913.
and to pay a. note for $1.300. with In?
terest thereon from January 12, 1913.
and residue In equal instalments at
one and two years from date of sale
for notes, with Interest added, and
secured by deed of trust on the said
property; or. at option of purchaser,
lie may pay all of said residue or any
part thereof in cash.
H. T. RICHESON.
F. L CRUTCH FIELD.
tf (til I il0t\(t
State of New York.
In the liquidation of
THE EMPIRE STATE SURETY CO.
of New York.
TO THE CREDITORS AND STOCK
holders and all other persona in?
terested In the affairs of The Empire
State Surety Company
Notice Is hereby given:
I That the undersigned. WILLIAM
T. EMMET, as Superintendent of In?
surance of the State of New Tork.
has been directed, by order of the
Supreme Court, this day made and
entered in the ofhee of the clerk of
the County of New York, to take
possession of the property avd
liquidate the business of The Empire
Statr Surety Companv. pursuant to
the provisions of Section <i of the
insurance law: and that the under?
signed has. pursuant to said section,
duly appointed Frederic G Dunham,
a speci.il depute superintendent of
insurance. %s hie agent to liquidate
the business of the said corporation.
II. That all persons having sny
unsatisfied claim or demand of anv
rhararter against the said The Em?
pire Ktate Surety (Tompanar? h> pe?
er required to file a written state?
ment thereof, verified ander oath,
with the said Frederic G Imnham.
special deputy superintend
aurance in cherge of the liquidation
of said company, at his ofn< ? las
M William Street. Borough of Man?
hattan. Cltv of New Tork on or he
fore the 2Mh dar of Februarv 1913
III That all stockholders if sa
com pa n> are hereby reemsrod :
the respective certir). .??. ?
of Februarv. 1913
therefor will be
IV That the
sgalnat the anid e*
lermlned. the cre#
pany paid and it <
without othei . I
persona falling ' >
a biete -lire, t
bee. No <
SLuctiou fed ice "Cbjs ?>??
By J. Thompson Hrown A Co..
1113 Main Streak.
TRUSTEES BA1.J- or MODERN?
WEST END DWELLINO. NO.
Mfl ADDISON STREET. NEAR
By virtue of a deed of trust, date*!.
January ?. 1911.- and recorded in Rich*
rnond ?"nanrery Court D. B. 110 C.<
pace 2lo. to i be undersigned to secure
? n notes therein described, de?
fault being made, and being requested
so to do, I will sell at public auction
on tbe premises,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY ?.
at 4 P. M .
property described in said deed as fol?
lows Beginning on the weet line ot
Strawberry street mow Addison streets
ISO feet north of Drove A venu? at the
north lino of an alley 15 feet wide,
thence northwardly and fronting Oda.
west line of Addison Street 1? feet.
44? inches, and extending back weet
wardly from said front between par?
allel lines IV) feet to a 40-foot COUXt.
with dwelling, No. 200 North Addison
TERMS- Cash as to expensee of
sale, ail inp.ii.i i ii : insurance
and to pay three notes, two for MR*'
each and one fur $37 V>. with prOttJ-H
fees and interest from January IS.
1913, and balance, a < re.ilt of 12.240,
due January 24, U14, with current lo
toroet thereon, and balance iu sig
months, secured by deed of trust,
per cent intoresr.
EDVA*. H. BROWN*.
J. THOMPSON BROWN 4 CO..
By J. Thompson Brown 4 Co.,
1113 Man: Street,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OK MODERN?
WEST END DWELLINO. NO. tot
ADDISON STREET. NEAR.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
January 10. Dil. and recorded in Rich?
mond Chancery Court D. B. 210 A4
page 161, to the undersigned to securo
certain notes therein described. defanRJj
being made ami being requested SO to
do, i will sell at public auction on taO
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5.
at ? P. M .
property described m said deed as fol
lows: Beginning ;it a point on west
line of Addison street. lt>9 feet 4??
im-hes north of Drove Avenue, thetu-O
northwardly along and fronting on
west line of Addison street, or Straw?
berry Street. *) feet i\i inches to the)
centre of an alley in common, and ex?
tending back westwardly between par
all- -l lines 130 feet to a 40-foot eourtj
with dwelling, No. >rj North Addison
TERMS : < 'ash as to expense of sale.
all unpaid taxes and insurance and to
pay three notes, two for 1290 each and),
one for 137 So, with protest fees and in?
terest from January 30, 1913, and bal?
ance, a credit of $2.230. due January7
20. 1914. witii current interest thereon
and balance in six months, secured by
deed of trust. <> per cent a.bled
EDW. 11. BROWN,
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO.,
By J. Thompson Brown A Co..
1113 Mam Street.
TRUSTEES SALE OF MODERN?
WE8T END DWELLIN'B. NO.
204 ADDISON STREET. N': Ail
By virtue of a deed of trust, datecl
January 1911. and recorded in Rich?
mond Caaacery Court D. B. 3io A,
page I?5. to the undersigned to securo
certain notes therein des? ribed. default
being made and being requested so to
do, I will sell at public auction on tho
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5,
at 4 P. M..
property described in said deed as fol
I lows Beginning on weal line of
Addison Street ISO feet, 101? im-hes north
i of Drove Avenue. thence north
i wardly and fronting on west line of
: Addison Street 20 feet 5V? inches, and
i extending back between parallel tinea
ISO leet 10 a 40-foot court, with dwelling.
No 204 Addison Street.
I TERMS: Cash as to expense of
sale, all unpaid taxes and insurancw
Iand to pay three notes, two for $2.vi
; each and one for $37.SO. with protest
fees and interest from January 21,
1913, and balance, a credit of $2.250. duo
January 21. 1914. with current interest)
thereon and balance in six months.
6 per cent interest added, and secured
by deed of trust. ?
EDW. H. BROWN,
J. THOMPSON BROWN* A CO..
Bv J. Thompson Brown A Co..
1113 Main Street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF MODERN!
WEST END DWELLINB. NO.
20S ADDISON STREET. NEAR
By virtue of a deed of trust, datecl
'January 23. 1911. and recorded in Rich
! rnond Chancery Court D. B. 210 C, page
; 2u7 to th" undersigned, to secure oer
j tain notes, therein described, default ?
being made, and being requested so to ,
; do, I will sell at public auction on tha'. 3
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY S.
at 4 P. M .
property described in said deed aa fol?
lows. Beginning at a point on west
line of Strawberry :now Addison
, Street). 210 feet 3?? inches north or *
Drove Avenue, themo northwardly *
along and fronting ort west line of
: Addison Street, or Strawberry Street. J
19 feet 2'? inches and running back be?
tween parallel lines ISO feet to a 40-foot .
court, with dwelling, No. 20* Addison t
TERMS: Cash aa to expense of sale,
all unpaid taxes and insurance and to ?
pay three notes, two for $250 each and,
one for $37.50, with protest fee* and in?
terest from January 23. 1913. and bal- -
ance. a credit of $2.250. due January
23. 1*14. with current interest and baf
iw ? in six months. * per cent interest
added and secured by deed of trust. ;
EDW. H. BROWN.
J. THOMPSON BROWN A CO..
auction fedirg future Dij?tf
e 1 e cast bhqaj) are
i:\NKRt PT aivtIoX svi :: sTor-je
AND FIXTURES OF LADIES' TAIL?
Pursuant to an order of the District
Court of the United States for tho
Eastern District of Virginia, entered]
the 14th day of Jmuar?. lj\Z, In tho
mitl-r of Harris s< h?stock, bankrupt.
I will set] at suction, within the suc?
tion salesrooms of the Valentine Auc?
tion compan?. ?*1* East Broad Street.
C RIDGEWAT Moore.
Tbe Velentine Auction Company.
EOF THR STATE HIO A H w f