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?7BEATK8T want AND KfcAL KS
tai? MBM?M in VIUI.IMA,
ani? one or TU ut.ni is
AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
Dully one i ??m per word when pnld
\r ndvanre. No ad. taken lor -ess than
ten cents.
One and une-half rents a wor ' aJI
t !a??lfl< atlonn lrcpt Situation Wanted
to. Sund?). Sltuat on V? anted, one
rent a word. No ad. Sunday taken tur
no. than i!ftei-u irnli
No ads. taken for ess than twenty
;-.. ,-rs:: wise? phoned In or charged
al the rounrer.
Phone orders not guaranteed.
t laeaLllratlous uot guaranteed r.fter
! Hi P. M.
For business rontrarts. -?-nd for the
Maul Ail. Mae. I'liuor tlourur 1.
?0?t in) J3UH0
LuST, one ?'KRTIFli'ATE for fif
teen gtlgreg of slock In Hit; American
National Bank of Richmond. Vn. <i>
surd to Mis <";uiio 1. I'age. uf Port
Worth. Tc.x., March I, IMC mid num?
bered 775 This certificate has not
been transferred, and is now owned
by the estate of Mrs Carrie L. Page,
deceased. Application will be made
at once to the above bank for a
duplicate of said loat certificate. J.
:< DAVIE8, Rxecntor of the estate of
Mrs Carrie L. 1'age. deceased, port
Worth, Texas.
LOHT. PA! It LADY'S HOLD EYE
glasses on .Mam. b< tWOOtl Twelfth
and tlg>onl?lllh Street phone M in
roe ttM?*U or leave at Timea-Dis
pmtt Ii Roe .i i ii
Lost, astrican vkm,ovv muff on
Broad Street. between Twenty
geventh and' Twent y-second. Wed?
nesday evening betwen S and 7. Hi
turn to Ti'??' Last Broad. Reward.
l?rlp C?antr?"fl?dlf
WANTKl). TOUXQ HKS WHO ARE
interested In aviation to take a good,
practical lour? Igj our achOoL Spe?
cial lnducemei.t to first gturienta en?
tering. lilCHM'i.N'D aeroplane
A EXHIBITION COKI'oRaTIuN,
City.
WANTED, KOR O. B. ARMY,
able-nod ted. unmarried men. between
ages of Is and ii. citizens of I ruled :
Mate?, o! good i Kara, t?? r und terr.purato
hellt?, who can ?peak, r.-a<I and ,
?Ute the Engitnh language Por infor?
mation, app.y to RECRUITING OK
HLt.K, n3u Ea*t Broad. Richmond.
Va__i
wa NTED. a" < ?o'l'r.R. A i'l'I.Y
w S rOKUKS a to. Tenth and
Byrd Street?._j
WANTED. lilii' KI.AVKHH AND
laborers by JOHN T WILSON CO .
IN<' . AT D.mttardy and Leigh Bte.
W~a N T t D. RaTlW?Y MA IL
clerks for parcels poet. Bd month, i
R:< l.muud examinations soon , coach- j
In? free F ra N KLIN I N BTlTO T E
Dept B6A. Rochootor, N V
COL/lRED BOT AB?CTT SIXTEEN T' I
assist porter an>: deliver packages
Apply at . nee MR LII'K'iRD. South
ern Stamp and Stationery Co.. i
Twelve-e:x Main._I
X Ol ? j D *GOA T M A K EE W A NT K11
Prices. IS.M to |1? J L MB8IJCT. '
Durham. X. C._
painters WANTED AT hotel
_RI'EOEK_
WANTED. a yoi'Nii man over 1?
years old. familiar with typewriter,
to do general olhce work. U 76, earn
Times-P.spa', .'i_
feituanonG CUantr?. bWalr
yOX'NV; MARRIED MAN DESIRES . "
slt'.on at once WilliiiK worker, hon?
est and reliable Have Lad f.o- >eais'
experience as salesman and collector, 1
hut no objection to Inside position ,
Can furnish Nest reference Address
B s.*. .are Tum? - Dis patch.
WANTED. POSITION* AS DRIVER,
?go years' experience In t l.a glOCOIJ
business, knows West Er.d reell Can
ftirrisK I.est r>-fir>T,ri:.? JOSEPH
JOHXSn.V. ?80 W'est Moore g treat
If OL'NO M\N TW E NTT-ONE TEARS
of age (hookekeeper). would like to
take chaige of an office At pio'! '
employed. Al referencen A >2. care .
Tlr-ies-Dispatch. _
WANTED. P08 mON AT ONCE bt
full registered pharmacist, last em
nloyer aa reference. Address Box 110
H'.tel B7arwick Xewpt.it Newa Va
t?clp CcidntfD J-fmdir
WANTED. A O.fi'lST state AGE,
whe.her employee1 or not: salary ex?
pected, frill 'ifve opportunity to
'ea; r> oik e bpotaan and to use type?
writer. S.i'ii replication with pen
Address n (A <-.trr Tiniea-Dispatch
wanted. k.\'d:i:iknvep WHITE
waitress, small family: hiirh wanes
Address WEST frank LIN*. Box
114*. Referencea reijuiied
wanted. NEAT COLORED OIRL FOR
housework Apply Saturday be?
tween 'J and \'< a M. 2Di2 E^st Main
Street_
wanted. OIRLS POR OCR BIND
ery: also job and cylinder pr-ss
feedere. Applv bai'GHMAX STA?
tu >N er V OOMPANT, corner Bowe
a:'d m.'.r* -. . ?? ? ? ' ^_
i&i PdMOT.S t " CD. J f.'Mdlf
A^IR.ST ( I.ASs < i."K WANTS A
eervlco place. 100 1-- East Charity
Street _ _
TYP E~W R I T I X O?LETTERS AND
legal documents written at reason?
able ra'c. ? SVEX-ooRA
PHEIL 7'4 Mutual Building Monroe
I Mi._
Drip. 3?alf dnD S'tm?U
.MEN ? women: OPT OOVERN
n.ent ! a-. ? : r ? ' s $21 week
W rite for list of positions open.
franklin institute. Dept.
Jt7A. Rocf es.er. n. A
Protr-jQiondl r>rlp tt.tinrrD
teai'h ers? ecu: fall tku 1
araded. hlth schools and ci's
i Alls alread) coming in. The wine
teacher will enroll early Service
mi a ran teed. Three agencies: one en
?-olnient SHERIDAN tea?'iiers
AGENCIES Charlotte, N. C
w ANTED. AT ONCE, ?;< ?VEBNES.?
for private familv in North <".iro.
Una. Must teach Kncltsh. nmsl- . art
and expression \ IBOINIA TKACH
ku>' bl'REAl . Ri< .moiid, Va. Ph<
Madiaon 1s7?
UBcni--; ..,u,..t
S rC "VXTCf ' SELLIN'. " ?;.. sVrDA
BBMtBMa NANCFACTCftER, l<M
Afcerdeett. I'luLedelphla
?.KVT.? SOBETHIN?; bTPPERKNT.
Write for epe- ial proposition MOS
_ If iE MF<; <??? \ '? (..?Crosse. W is
AN OLD link IJ FE ins' rance
company desires the aereicea atj tw>
special traeeiinp agents, etth salarv
and rxp.n?es ?'.inference t|<s.r..i.
and need not apply wlthon; satis?
factory ref-ren
Address o AST.
at
T5ueii\tOQ Cpporrumtird
capitm. FOR APPROVED EN-j
i^rpri?ee without .-ommiseion Full,
particulars matletl f<>r ;?? postage.
Addresw THE OEOROIA FRO
_MOT ER. j:ieJf*eesMllo._ Oe. .
WANTED, a wl;:ma new-i \i-i b
to l'^-?le at Cnr?i.o"lAg Va If In
Sec
/lite C?tinfr?
WANTED .Ml st.KKEl lXO M ART
isent two or Ihree rnoim and hath,
'.tfe*! End iroderate prh-e a it. care
Times-1 ilapmlch.
0mtktM
fri-.sh Tu TTMO!IL"K*'^A7?yv
Our own ii.ttkt of daily butter.
H I N N I F. dairy CO._
WANTKIj. THE PUBLIC to
know that JAHN'KD HKOS., Jewel
<if. ?11 Esst Main Street, buy. ?eil.
exchange mid KKMOUN'T DI?
AMONDS IN' TUE LATEST
STYLES Old gold and silver
always, taken in exchange.
NOTICE. _ I
MM JOHN H. SMITH. OK THE
Richmond Vehicle Construction Com.
paar, und Mr E. F Mouro. or the
? V Moore ? Co , announce tbe
consolidation ot tbe two firms under
the name of tbe 8MITH-MOOHE
VEHICLE COMPANY Business ,
In the future will be conducted from
the plant of the above-mentioned
firm. 31? North Fifth Street. A con?
tinuance of past patronago is re
spe< tfully requested_I
SPE'IAL NOTICE "SCOTTS OED
Market Drug Store will sell on Sat?
urday Munton's witch haxol IS-cent
soap for C cents u cake, two to a
i customer
'.FF1''K of INTERNATIONAL LAHOh
AOBNCY has baaa moved to 1113
East Main Street, Koom tf. Phon?
?;Tsi. Madison
THIS IS To NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that I will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by any one but
myself_A. B l _
poii.rn?, prt0 dMD tint Stork
Or N't'lNE SHETLAND" PONIES
' id I arc! -.- th-n. .MO'. I itO.M'.
PONY FARM. Thos Eaoa, ..:
South Laurel Street
i' B SALE. J E IfSKY COW AND CALF.
J. tV B' U BT S. Third and Mar
shall._
-want nr. >NZB t'i'rkei's, pair 47
pounds, torn; 25 pound bens, slock
very best Farm raised, prices very
reasonable. Address Box 7$. New
! sonis, Va. _
patrnt?
PA t ? NTs ? Fit e B PIERSON a L ~CON
sultation In Richmond wl'h Invent?
ors: fifteen years experience; satis?
factory roforoncoa. s. H evans.
Patent Attorney. Box ?84. Richmond.
Va_
i\: \l C?tatf f'Ot fedif
[VIROINIA 1AKM BAltOAINS- I
have for saie the best class of money
making tarms in the State in a sec?
tion offering superior advantages to
the horneseeker For particulars
write to f. li. BALL. Wiltiumsburg.
Va
FOR BALK, BRICK BOOME WITH
kitchen !n rear to be removed from
premises. Apply JNO. K. MINOR 217
South Fourth Street. Phone Mon?
roe 3fc?5-J.
RARO uns in JAMES lilVEH FARMS
321? htm, small house and barn, 17.
m9; 2("i acres, well improved, 111.
1 ?? 142 a res. small house and barn.
11. UM. IM acres, good house and
barn 15."''0; 5 4 7 acres fine stock
farm. $1C Bee; 413 acres, grand Co- <
loatal mansion. 1211.000. Farms of
any size, price and location EWlNil
A BJCHANAN. Chester. Ym.
Warms for sale?small farms
from Sl.ooo to $?.000. on ea*> pay
aients; also large up-to-dnte farms
from 110.000 to 175,000. Write me
tour wants. WALLACE THOMPSON,
Iieal Estate Agent, Tatum. Orange
County. Va.
jc PER foot HANOVER AVENUE
north side, east of Tilden Street. 179
feet deep How about a lot on soutb
side Broad Street at a real guar
gatped bargain .' List your property i
wirb us for sale GBO. C POLNDEX
TtU <v 0>. 211 Mutual Eulldinsr.
PAIR BALK MILLION FEET E.\< 'EE
lent timber on railroad, near Rich?
mond. See us to-day. COTTRELL
Md Baet Franklin _ ;
f< ?r SALE. ONK OF" M"< TsT~BEAUTT
ful build.ng s.les on Chesapeake and
olio. 174 acres land, profitable go?
ing gristmill: large amount timber;
rill immediately at depot. Oet our
[.rice to-dav. COTTRELL the Farm
Man. tPt East Franklin Street.
For SAEE. LOT. 20'ixl3?. WEST END. I
' Will sell to quick purchaser. Ad- !
dress A 71. caie .-, ,.:??;?..
Inauguration Rooms For Rent.
o'mi^'c To iXAl'OCRATIO.v? WRITE
regifdiny roon.s in private houses.
Doa't pav l ig prices. Information !
furnished 25c oei person. Box 53.
Washington D. C
INAUOURATION week. iim. rtch
ly furnished five-room apartment;
two bedrooms. The New Woodward. ,
Excellent colored women ir. charge;
very best references required. Ad?
dress ms, THE WOODWARD, Wash
: ,? - : 1? ''_
Rooms f-ot Unit
& I i ELY ~ VCKNISli Eli. n.E\X
rooms; bath heat. genMerr.eh onlv. .
THE ROANOKE L4_North Eighth. I
N1 <' E L Y F ? It NI.-' H E D ROOMS 14
North Sixth, between Franklin and
Mair_I
P EN SHII ROOMS FOR RENT S08
East Ciay Street _i
Nil "ely F crn IS II ED h<~? -MS." WIT H
or without hoard 71s East Mar?
shall.
Soaroing
MRS (HAS. K. BOWERS. IIS
East Franklin Street, l.and.-ame
rooms, witb steam heat and board.
BOULEVARD INN .ON "HAMPTON '
Roads, country and seashore com?
bined with city conveniences. Write
for literature. MISSES TABU
Boulevard Inn. Hampton. Va i
Md WEST '.race street ~HOT~
water heated rooms Table boarders
?? _
Ural estate CcUntrD
V. NIED. f*5 HI'Y A^FAKM^ WITH
'iiiprovements. of from one hundred
'o two hundred acres, about one mile
from railroad and twenty miles from
Richmond Will only deal with
??ar.er Agents need not answer Ad?
dress a S?. care Times-Dtspach.
list your farms wtth j a. <
CONNELLY a < O Write postal
for necessary blanks.
CaintfTj
WANTED, TO BUY FOR CASH
household goods In any uanlit y
_-_
3tf, Coal an? iilpon
I HAVE LEEN IsBADBfl IN
here nr.>" 1*97 I mav be the
lowest in price, but best :n quadR*
than balances ? h'ap wood.
?>n!v ssk one oeder on p?.. feffl7 dry
large blocks oak and pine Dry slab
lor <?x,king. Ilv-kjry in two-frx.t
lengths for lire places. Auto truck
will deliver on one hour's notice
LONG. THE WOOD MAN.
Madl-on K??_
I HAVE CLEAN. FREE-BURNINO
,i ir.t lun;p. B71 per ton. My an?
thracite is one grade- o,e baet Penn?
sylvania- 1? per ton Madison aim.
W B REAMS. 707-711 North Seven?
teenth M
C\LL Monroe ?17?; K1 >l. BEST
.,ie of pme. oak or slab wood, an?
thracite splint or Biieuettc coal
S?ve money and gel quick service.
i.TNK d HARRIS East Cary
It ST rbcbttbp pf.verai,
ears of m<e <i?y pine and oak ?wkI.
i^ t as
paa
I urn i
ha baet anihra-ite, and
coal. Orders delivered
. , > i: m it 1 \ N ioni
Street Mcb^m i?7
prrsonalc
Uoam? Olamti
Two LIOHT ROOMS F<>K ? ;ENTLC
men. best and light l"l Esat
Krsnklln St ,-<?:
TWO LIGHT Ro*?M- fT.R <, t'NTLE
men. heat and habt 4*1 East
Franklin Street
DALY PUZZLES
What country?
tviWLK ro ? iSM Ein? \ ? 1 i*i //i.i.
<{uit ksllvcr.
S'Oi ?ulr
CONCRETE MIXERS.. HOISTING
engines, dump cur?, steam shovel,
locomotivea, rail, pumps, boilers und
engine:! I BLPFORP * CO.
ioc. wagons 00 TO BJCHAwnSOM
BROS ?15 Brook Avenue, fainting,
repairing and rubber-tire work.
FOR SALE EVERYTHING IN THE
line of business wagons ami bug
gits a: prices that will save you
money. Lot us know >ou: wants,
- end we w:ll take pl-asur. ir. serV
ing von. Easy t< rm?-. A. MEYER A
, SONS Itl E.ist Cmry Street._
! FOR SALE. STAVE HEADING PLANT
complete and In operation, price.
30 per cent of original rout ir sold
I at once; condition guaranteed L
HLFF' 'RI? A I_
THE aRIPTOW-WoliSHAM Co. NO.
12 North Fifteenth Street. Headquar
ters for \'e;iicles and Harness.
WE ARE .VOW LOCATED IN OUR
new place with the largest stoc k of
vehicles in the city.
WE C\N SHOW THE GREATEST As?
sortment '.pen and lop buggies for
business 04 pleasure purposes.
WE C<H SHOW THE LARGEST As?
sortment of Old Hickory and Wtber
farm wagons for all purposes.
WE CAN SHOW A LARGE VARIETY
of open a i..| top delivery wagons for
all purposes.
WE CAN INTEREST VOI" IN ANT
thint. in the vehicle or harness line.
Inspect our stock bet?re *uuying
THE BRIST*?W-WORRHAJI CO. NO.
12 North Fifteenth street.
WAGONS. SUITABLE for Al-L Busi?
ness, at lowest prices, considering
the quality; pleasure vehicles, rub?
ber-tiring, repairing and painting a
specialty B C BH1STOW. 1< to 15
N'-irth Eighteenth Street.
WE ARE GETTING. IN OCR SPRING
stock of buggies, surreys and run?
abouts: quality high, low prlc? : one
of them will suit you. Call and see
what we have. THOS. H. DUKE
A CO.. ?01 Brook Avenue.
WE HAVE ON HAND THREE SEC
ond-hand top buggies, two run?
abouts, one surrey, one trap, all In
good ordntr. two grocery wagons,
one laundiy wagon, one double wa?
gon, ligiit. very cheap. THOS. II.
DUKE A CO.. ?0? Brook Avenue
6EE OUR STOCK OF HOME-MADE
wagons, grocery, delivery and trucks.
i light and heavy: also painting, re?
pairing ar.d rubber-tires put on;
i prices reasonable THOS H. DUKE
; A CO. S04 Brook Avenue.
asisrrlltiRfOiiy
* "*"e E NY* f LA T^tSlf8^ ~"
IDEAL VENTILATORS MADE OF
gia?? . {argent rapacity : lowest, price.
Phone Monroe iota.
SHOE REPAIRING.
1LV REBATE IF YOU BRINO SHOES
?.vith this coupon. Men's shoes balf
solecj. 75c, rebated to ti&c. ladies'
half-soles. 8TW . related lo *>?. Every
I>i?ir s-ewc-d. best leather, no nans, no
pegs Heeling. 25c. DREW S EL I;
TRIG SHOE FACTORY, 71? East
Main. Rhone Monroe. 2i,o7.
TYPEWRITERS.
TYPEWRITERS OF ALL MAKES
and models sold, rented and skillully
repaired. Remingtons. Underwoods.
Oliver?. Si:.Ith Premiers. Bar Locks,
and L. C. Sniith Bros. Machines
rented from 15 to $7 for three BSODthS
First rent paid applied on purchase.
THE AMERICAN TYPEWRITER
I X' HAKOE, tibi East Main Street.
Pbohc Madison S255.
WHEN you WANT
HOUSECLEANTNO. WAXING AND
staining floors. windows washed
call Monroe 3120 New houses a
speclaltv Prompt service. WTL
LIAM _JOHNSON._
CREAM PUFFS. LARGE ONES. 12
for 26c DRINKARDS. 423 1-2
North Sixth.
ASHLAND NEWS NOTES
Ashland. Va. February 7.- Mr ?rd
Mrs Edward Newman will leave next
Wednesday for an extended Southern
crip.
Mis?-.'S Greyson and Clarke Hoof- ,
nagle left to-day for a six weeks' vis?
it to Buena Vista
Miss Matlhai. of Baltimore, will eon- '
elude her visit to her aui t. Mrs. Fr.ink
Day. and return home on Saturday.
Urs. liueh IVnoon was recently the
auest of her sister. Mrs. Charles M.
Hridcee
Rutherfoord Fleet left Wednesday
for a business trip to Augusta. Oa
"Ibsen?Life Temperament: Its In?
fluence on His W-itings." was the
subject of an interesting and much ap?
preciated neper read by Mrs. Mary
llawes Tyler, on Thursday afternoon
st the Ycui's: Woman's Literary CMS
The discussion on current events was '
led hy M ?? Katherlne orerton Kent
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Tucker. Jr. leave
next week f?r Walkcrton. where they
will spend a month
The Young Men s Literary Poeiety
held its iffjli' rreet:::s on T j. - .
night. President E S ?'ardosa --alird
the
usus
lowi
tary
C*r?
lee I
order, and after the
ras gone into, the f..I
was enjoved Volun
i. an essay hy E D
tlv. s debate the sub
?Ived. That the Pres.
recentllv passed the liemoeratle Con
gl isa, and thetfore proved a live wire
With the debaters who presented thete
respee*i?e views with precision and
dialer ties! force
The soclet* is doing s good work In
town end petitions are fest coming im
for membership Hslter Harrlsoi
atuart Rumpaas aad John Wightmen
were elected me tri he s
TALE OF HEARTLESS CRUELTY
RIVALING SPANISH TORTURES
Indian* Victims of BarbaroiD
Methods Emploved by
Rubber Company.
ENSLAVED THROUGH DEBT
Report of Condition-, in Putu
mayo District Made by
Stuart J. Fuller.
Washington. February 7.?A twen- [
tieth century story of Anglo-Savon ex?
ploitation of South American Indiana,
rivaling an u narrative of heartless
ertlOlt) tales wlii'-h have come down
from the old Spanish captains, was laid
l.aie to-day in a special State Depart?
ment report which President Taft
transmitted to Congress The pres?
ent day victims of a medieval sys?
tem of barbarous oppression are the
? Indian tribes of the I'utumuyo dis?
trict, in Peru. It Is shown In the re?
port that these helpless people have
r.een driven to their death before tho
laah wielded by the Peruvian Amaton
Company, an English concern which
! work* the rubber fields in the upper
Amazon country
I Male Hone for Hellet.
Eittle hope for the relief of the long
sufferliia Indians is held out in tho
report, for the putumayo region is re?
mote from the seat of Peruvian gov?
ernment, and Stuart J. Fuller. Amer?
ican consul at iquitos. Peru, who made
the Investigation, finds that the trav?
esty on Justice which exiata In the rub?
ber aectlon Is entirely in the hands
of the rubber company's section
chiefs. It is the Pulum-iyo country's
remoteness from the Peruvian capital,
from all government authority, that
has left the natives entirely at the
mercy of the company, according to
the report.
The Andes form an almost Impas?
sable barrier to the westward, while.
1 to reach the outside world through
i the Atlantic Ocean, river craft must
traverse almost the entire 3.30M miles
of the Amagnn. Railroads are un?
known, and no highways exist worthy
of the name. In this far-away corner,
with no means of appeal or redress.
: the Indians were held at the mercy of
the company's overseers. When they
failed to bring ii: a toll sufficient to
satisfy the demands of the overseers,
floirglng. mutilation and sometimes
death followed. It is asserted Sevet.il
of the oversers are declared to liavo
admitted that they had put Indians
and even white laborers In stocks for
minor offense-* Many of the Indians
whom Mr Fuller saw bore scara of
floggings and other maltreatment.
*>\tem of Peonage.
Mr. Fuller found that the labor of
the Indians is secured by a system of
peonage based on advance of mer?
chandise. Although payment is made
for this labor, it is declared to be noth?
ing more or less than forced labor.
The temptation to abuse is imminent
and strong, especially since the white
' staff is offered a bonus for vigilance.
I He reaches the conclusion that, con
I sidering the remoteness of the country
; and the poor quality of the rubber, it
is unllkeiy to make the enterprise pay
without hard treatment of tho In?
dians. Although large numbers of the
Indians have been killed, and some
i have escaped into the South American
' jungle, the output of rubber has ln
; creased despite the decrease in na?
tive population. With governmental
machinery absent. Mr. Puller Is of the
? opinion that, should the rubber cor
: poration cease its activities, the In?
dians would fall to no better lot at the
hands of freebooting expeditions and
slave raiders.
Mr. Puller finds that ancient, deep
rooted attitude of the white population
toward the Indian is a formidable ob- ,
stacle to be overcome in any solution
of the problem presented. While pro?
fessing not to approve cruel and in?
human treatment, the whites generally
regard the Indian as having been
created by Providence for the use and
benefit of the superior race. This at?
titude of the people has found con?
crete expressions m the universal sys?
tem of peonage, an old institution,
which Mr. Fuller found well estab?
lished, recognized by law and the
basis upon which the rubber business
almost entirely rests.
Fettered by Debt.
Debt is declared to have been the
chain with which the Indian has been
fettered. By being encouraged to buy
more imported goods than they can
ever hope to pay tor. they have been
reduced to what Consul Puller found
was virtually slavery. As claims are
transferable, the person of the debtor
l>eliig transferred to the new credi?
tor, the Indians and their families
really are bought and sold. Families
pass on indebtedness from genera?
tion to generation. While Mr. Puller
found evidence that the company had
mended its ways to some extent, he
saw much unquestionable evidence
that cruelties still are practiced.
All the while that Consul Puller was
attempting to get at the facto In the
rubber field situation, it is declared, his
steps were dogged by the companVs
agents, making it difficult for him to
obtain any information but such as it
was desired he should procure. The
Indiana, who were fnendlv enough and
willing to talk through an interpre?
ter, are said to have cowered and laps
?? into silence whenever the vigilant
overseers approached.
Mas -core Mltigatlne.
Although the company against
which the charges of cr-ieltv were 1
laid still is in control of the Indians
<*.:i?ul Fuller hopes ultimately for
mitigation of their Buffering through
th<- efforts of Presi It nt Bllllr.ghurst.
who, since he assumed the leadership
of the Peruvian government has
shown :?>? arts and utterances that hie
policy would be vigorous regarding the
I-' : j.nayo question. He belle?? | that
before long drastic measures will be
taken to end fjrever all f.?en,s 0t
abuses committed aga.nst the defense?
less natives of the Putumayo. whom
he found to be not wild and uiuma
ol. Put mild, d-wilc. Inoffen?.ve and
childlike, as described by Sir Roger
..'tit British eons'il-gere-jal at
R|.. de i?fi'ii.>. who tnvrstie.it? d th
sltnation in 191*.
It was the disclosures made !n Mr
I;.;.-.-- r?port that Influent, d the
State Wpartment to oreVr the inves?
tigation which Consul Puller now re?
ports
Sir Roger found that ?mir,? other
things thr Peruvian A mason Companv
imtsort.d :ee Bar bee* oa men. who.
upon their arrival In the rubber dis?
trict, were armed with fRjp heater
rifles end sent into the jangle to cap
twre sne enslave Indians dwelling
along tbe upper Amason tr hntaries
The p.eit ah . orsul found tTiat in the
. x. r is "t this illegal comnnl? on tb?
Indians were mnrd'red. flogged and
otherwise tortu-ed. the rompe->
through i*? agents, forcing thr Bar
hgjti men actl-.el> to participate in
the atrejcitlan in order compel the
helpless nettvee to e<-?.r th' forests
?r i hrms |r Indl.i rubber irpon their
-hacks from the remote districts The
Bnrbedo* men in turn compla-neei of
,,r. * rerAed them hj
agents higher up. who deprive*, them
of food as ? means to compel them
to drive the. Indians to further ex?
tremes. The entire plan of operations
seemed to he based on a system of
opj.res.iion front the highest to the
humblest in the employ of the com?
pany, which is declared to have wU ld
ed always un iron hand from the far?
away London office.
GLASS REPLIES
TOCARRINGTON
Did Not Relish Richmond Reso?
lutions?Committee Desires
Suggestions.
j Replying to the letter of T. ML Car
rington. president of the Chamber ot
; Commerce jf Richmond. In response to
I the one written by Representative
j Carter Glas? regarding certain resolu?
tions adopted ir: Richmond favoring
the Aldrlca currency plan, the Sixtn
.District Congressman wrote yesterday
' in explanation of his position. He
hastens t i assure president Carring?
ton that neither he nor his subcom
m.ftue has any objection to hearing
from commercial bodies on the sub?
ject of a better tanking system, and.
Indeed, emphasizes the fact that the
subcommittee has consistently invited
such suggestions.
Mr. Glass thinKs the Richmond reso- ?
lutlons " a little foreign to the cus- ;
tomary courtesy and conservatism of :
tb.e business men of Virginia." He |
thought, however, considering his fa- ?
miliarltv with the work of an organi- ',
zation engaged in advancing fhe Aid
rich plan, that the resolutions had nut
been entirely framed in this city. In ?
conclusion, he Is glad to know that ,
President Carrington and a Washing?
ton professor who was present did not
say what they were reported as say- j
Ing in one Richmond newspaper.
Mr. Class's Letter.
His letter id as follows:
"Mr. T. M. Carrington. Chamber of ]
Commerce Richmond. Va:
"My Dear Sir.?I have your l?tfer of
February ?">. In response to mine of ?
the preceding day In reference t<> the !
preamble and resolutions passed by
UM representatives of commercial
bodies at Richmond January IT I de
sire to say. first of all. that I not only 1
concede the right of commercial bodies
to study public questions and tc give
their Judgment thereon, but I sincere
by regret tiiat this, is not ofter.er d">ne.
The Subcommittee of Ranking and
Currency has diligently sought the .
advice and co-operation of Mm busi?
ness mer of the country in its effort
to prepare s >und remedial lecislation.
and :t has in its tiles many expres?
sions of appreciation f:om th^ busi?
ness men who nave come here by in- ?
vltation to present their views.
"You sadly misconceive the point of
my letter If > ->u Imagine it suggested j
the lejst objection to a manifestation j
bv commercial bodies of sn int?Tltpent ,
interest in cuircncv reform. That Is j
not onlv their privilege, but their duty. |
It is exactly what ..nr committee de- ;
? i desires and has < insistently In- .
I am slod to hav,. ye. i urge I
gpSSJ this committee ar.d upe>r Con- j
gress the nece-sitv of speedy action ,
upon this imperative problem.
The thing I did not relish was the
unwarrantable assumptions af f*MW
resolutions concerning the ?MMtHj of
the Aldrich scheme, and your admoni- ,
tion to ?Ins committee ard to Cor-?re?s
; that a failure to approve that scheme,
even at a sacrifice of political t"i?.
fsith. would constitute a disregard for
public duty.
?Frankly, my famili.irif with the
; process's and the nomenclature of a .
certain orsranixatton which has con?
ducted sn extensive propaganda for
the AWrich scheme, led me to sospeet
that ?our resolution' did not have
their origin entirely at Richmond I
knew the spirit exhihlted was a l-ttl.
foreign to the customary courtesy snd j
conservatism of the business men of
Virgims. snd I decided to make n? an?
swer l^ter. however. I received s
clipping from s Richmond morning
paper, of Januar' 1?. sa> Ing the chair
man ef your meeting had aeertbe.1 le
me thai silly declaration quoted In mv |
former letter 1? also alleged that s ;
Uwe I reasciwded that if this wss
the resl spirit of year meeting. I must
be mlsteken aa to the origin ef it.
resolutions snd this led me to snesk
rev mind *? pointedli as \r,<t ger.'le
men had spoken yours
"I sm slad to be now told ihat yeas
old not sat snd thst the Wssbington
professor did not say, that which the
Richmond newspaper distinctly report?
ed both of you as saying 1 roorrot
that >ou did not directly tell the Rich?
mond newspaper; for that would have
made this correspondence unnecessary
and avoided a brief disturbance of
amicable relations agkln assuring
you that our committee welcomes rea?
sonable advice of business men. and
that its chairman is especially anxious
to have the help of those of his own
.State. I am,
"Yours very trulv.
"CARTER GLASS. "
Virginia Historical Society to
Preserve Interesting
Landmark.
Plans for flreprooflng the residence
of General Robert K Lee, on .Franklin
Street, between Seventh and Eighth
Streets, now the home of the Virginia
Historical Society, were considered at
a meeting of the executive committee
Thursday night. There were" present
President VV. Gordon McCabe and
Messrs. Valentine. Richardson, Lan?
caster, Pattesoii. Yonge, George, Mc
Guire and Stanard.
It was decided that the annual meet?
ing of the society be fixed for Satur?
day, February IS, at 4:80 P. M. It
had been expected that there would he
an address, but this will be eliminated,
and the meeting will be confined to
the reading of the annual report of
President Mci'abe and other business.
The executive committe has for
some time past been considering the
necessity for making the home of tho
society fireproof and for erecting a
fireproof building In the back yard.
Various plans were discussed, and sub?
committees appointed, and active work
wiil soon begin.
The executor of the will of Mrs. M.
T. C. Tyree. of Lynchburg, last sur?
viving granddaughter of Patrick
Henry, has sent to the society a hand?
some punch bowl that belonged to Henry
and which Mrs. Tyree bequeathed to
the Virginia Historical Society. As
there Is vo suitable place to exhibit it.
!t will for the present not be unpacked.
Another bequest received was from the
late Miss Maggie Freelar.d. the beau?
tiful badge of an "honorary alumnus."
given her by the Virginia Military In?
stitute. The receipt of Interesting his?
torical papers from Miss Lucie P. Stone,
of Hollina and Charles Po index tor. of
Richmond, was reported The treasu?
rer's repotr showed that the perma?
nent fund, the income from which
partly supports the work of the Society,
now amounts to Jl:'.4,>n. an increase
of $1.300 during the year.
The following new members were
elected Life?Judge L H. Jones. Ken?
tucky: annual-^'. C Itaker. California.
Mrs Anne Duncan lieny. New Hamp?
shire. Alexander H. Sands. Virginia:
George C Downing. Kentucky, and
Mrs M I: '"asseil Virginia
SPfftin-jG
THil" AVM AL MEETING ?>F THE
stockholders of the Gans-Rady Com
|..-u.\ w ill l e held at the office of the
companx. 1005 Bast Main Street,
Richmond. Va.. on WEDNESDAY.
February 1?. at 13 O'clock_
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
sto< kholders ..f the Richmond Trans?
fer Company will he held at their
..lire, sw East Main Street, a- II
o'oea k soon, WKUNtshAY. Feb?
ruary it. i*ta
W. T. DARDEN.
Secretary
< ifflce
THE VIRGINIA FIRE ANT' MARINE
INSI'RANCE COMPANY
R.hrrund, Va. Feb < 131 1
ANNUAL MEETING
THE REGIT.AR ANNUAL MEETING
of the stockholders of this company
*? ill be held at the company >
101? East M-?ln Street, in this cifv. ..n
Tucs4i.ii the l?th inst. at 12 ..clock
M
WM II MACAWTHT.
J*ecretary.
THE A NNI' A L ME ET IV" OP THE
stockholders of the F It Taylor
Company will he held at their office.
I oil East Main stieet. Richmond. Va..
at J ? k p M Tueida?. Fehrnary
It. 1913
W E HKVPKI!*'X
_Secretary.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AMP i'l.vT .?TREETA
Open ? A M to ? P ht
?#m"e*?nn ft* Pres ?? eatardara
Tbe Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAT sTTREETE
Omrnrn aaJly f*om iff A. kt to ? P. at
Admieeson. lie. Free oe eatarsaya
auction fedlc? /rutiit* D&v*
1 I ! >TKi:S AUCTION ' PALB'"
I?8 r-l ACRES OF LAND IN CH
TEUFIELD COUNTY. VA.
In execution of a certain deed of
trust bearing date September 1. ??'??
to the undersigned trustee, rer..tiled
ill the clerk's office of Chesterfield
County. Va.. In D. B. 121. page 541, de?
in, lit having been made in the pay?
ment of g portion of the debt setured
therein, and being required by the
beneficiary s<> to do, I will sell at
,iublic auction, at Centralla Station, an
the electric railway from Richmond ta
Petersburg, on
rUUKSDAI FEBRUARY 13. 1913.
at 11 :td o'clock A. at.,
the above-mentioned proper*}', consist*
in : of ' 1 2 acres of land, with a
? :i ill d-vcllm.: thereon, good barn and
well fenced with woven wire, being In
ri la District. Chesterfield County, Va.,
about l?o and one-half miles south
e, hi ? i.urthou.se. and described
in the said deed of trust as folloara,
to-wit:
T'ojaaisarlng st s pnlnt on the east
aide of the I- , ".-...im k . id. near its in?
tersection with the Old Urasay Road,
thence north 7". east 40 1-2 poles to
corner, theme south !?? '.-I east 18 4-fi
pole? to the o|,l Grass- Road, thenca
along the old Orassy Ro.ui in an eas
terlv direction 177 1-j poles to Its
Junction with the New (Irsssv Road, in
a toutheasterly direction 2t2 poles to
said Pareons Road, thence along the
sa.d Parsons Road in a northerly di?
rection 2"i"> 1-12 poles to point of be -
tj.nninc."
TERMS Cash as to so much of
tbe proceeds as may be necessary to
defray the expenses of executing thie
trust, including a trust..inmlssion
of '. per cent. Hid as to two paat due
rotes aggregating $S?7.50, with a
s:o :11 amount of interest to be added.
The. balance to be paid as follows:
1(97.10 January 1, 1314. and any re?
mainder over this amount, if any there
be, to be paid Januarv L 1915.
W. A WILLE ROT,
Trustee.
fctai ?s,tatc for ?*nt_
Office for Rent
In Mutual Building
Fronting on Main Street. Apply
quick. Tenant leaving city and wilt
make proposition attractive
Write Box 4?5. City.
Cfjurrl, potters
rI: '"s H VTI'KlAN.
FIRR PRESBYTERIAN rHI'RCH.
Prea- bins St 11 A. M. by th.t pastor. Rev.
F. T. M. KaUEN, 1> D . an.l at s P. U. by
the Rev D J. BURKELL. ?. I?.. of New
York. Sunday Scheel at Bible classes
i?' ltf a. at .
SECOND PRESHV TERIAN CHURCH.?
riSSI hlSS ?? II V. kt. by the pastor. Rev.
RUMElX CECIL. D I>. There will be no
11 SSleg service owing to the union meeting
at the First I'r?st.ytertan Church._
BSRVICE AT QRACB STREBT PRESBT
terian Church at 11 o'clock A. M.. preaching
by Bar. ant MORRISON, of Africa. Ma
service at night in order to glvs the congre
, gallon an opportunity to hear Rev. D. J.
1 HURHELL. t>. D., of New York, who will
preach at the First Presbyterian Church at
i g o'clock.
! CHURCH OP THE COVENANT.?REV. J.
I CALVIN STEWART. U D.. pastor. Preach
Ing at It a. kt. hy the pastor. No service at
1 nlsht on account of union sendee at First
Presbyterian Church. Wednesday evening
service at it o'clock. Sabbath School at ?:*?
A. M. and Blhle claaaea at 10 a. M. Seats
free. Welcome to all services., _
i WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN
Church.-Rav JAMES YOUNG FAIR. D. D.,
i pastor Services at II a. M. and S P. M.
I Welcome.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHl'RCH (BROAD AND
Twelfth 8treeta).-The pastor. Rev. GEORGE
W. Mi DANIEL. D. D.. will preach at both
I services?U A. M. and J P. M. Graded Sun?
day School. Barsoi and Pbilathea classes
I (A. W. Patterson, bupt.l. r):3u A. M. A wti
| come IS all.
, SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (FRANK
lin and Adams Streets >. THOMAS CLAC
ETT SKINNER. D D. minister. Services
II A. M. and I P. M Graded Sunday School
at 9:30 A. M. Organized classes for men and
women. Frank T. Crump. Supt. Pastor
Preaches at both services. Morning subject.
"Another Chance": evenirg subject. .'he
Application of Christianity tS (he Commer?
cial Lite" I "The Christian and Business "i.
fllth lo series of applied Christianity, quar?
tet choir. Strangers welcome. Seats free.
GRACE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grace and Foushee Streetsi. -Rev. LLOYD
T. WILSON. D D.. pastor Preaching by tho
pastor at II a. M.: subject. "Tbe Gospel
Rolled Down": at 1 P. M. subject. "The Sun?
shine of Religion." Sunday School at 9:3? A.
M. I Hugh P. Powell. Supt.). Prayer-meet?
ing Wednesday at t P. M. The public, evpe- '
dally strangers, are cordially Invited to wor?
ship with us.
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
(Grove Avenue and Harrison Streets>. ? Rev.
W. C. JAMES. Th. D. pastor. Preaching by
the pastor at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Morning
aubject. "The Reading of the Bible in the
Public Schools." Sunday School at ?:15 A. If.
(Tames H. Wood. Supf_). Prayer-meeting
Wednesday at * o'clock.
I.E1GH STREET BAPTIST CHCRCH
I (corner Twenty-fifth and Leigh Streets).?
i Pastor. J. J WICKER, will preach at 11 A.
I M.. "Surcesa and Failure of the World": f
P. M.. "The Mn Agalnat the Holy Ghost."
! Bapliam. College quartet will sing.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH?PREACH?
I Ing at 11 A M and g P M. b? Rev. C. A,
! JENKINS, of Norfolk. Va.
METHODIST.
CENTENARY M F. CHURCH. SOUTH
(Grace Street between Fourth nad Fifth
Street*).-Rev. W. J. YOUNG. D. D. pastor.
Preaching *J th* pastor at 11 A M Preach?
ing at t P. M. t.y Rev. W. V. TUDOR D. D.
Graded Sunday School. ?Ith organized
classes. a( S 3? A. M. All seals free
MONUMENT METHODIST CHURCH
(corner Alien and Park Avenues).?Preach?
ing at 11 A. 14. and ? P. M. by tbe pastor
Rev. R. H POTTS. Morning subject. "Great?
ness of Man": evening. Gods Tender Care
Of Hl? chil-irrn
SPK' IAI. SERVICES IN BROAD STREET
Merho,ll?t Chorea, celebrating reopening of
Sunday S. ho.,I room: ? 10. Sunday school
?h?rt addreases and ape. ial music II A- M "
sermon by Rev. W. V TUDOR. D D 1 p"
??. sermon hy R?v. 8. C HATCHER. D D*
Epaorth League RfJJ p. -g
LAUREL STREET METHODIST?J. M.
ROWLAND, pastor. ?III conduct both aer
rtees s.nds. Subje ts ii a M. "Where
I? lour Brother'' ? p. M . A Man and His
wora. ioang peoples meeting 7:15 p. Jg.
EPISCOPAL
MONUMENT U. ail RCII ? ERECTED BM
on alte of Theatre burned In 1*111. Broad
Slree: !,e:..w Twelfth Re, tor. i:ev J \ ill IS
W MORRIS. D D Serrices at 11 A. H. aua
4 P. M. AH ?? SfcSSSSS
CHRISTIAN* SCIENCE
REGULAR SEK) I - . CHCRcR
of Christ. Scienttet. will be held to-morrow
?norntng In . hur-h eiin.ee icomer Park Ave?
nue an 'i Meadow Street < *; o'clo. k. Sub
Ject. ' Spirit." Wednesday evening testimony
xperienee meeting at ? JD Th* read
and ?>
lug-room, are located at 3tT>* North Silin
Street and are open every seek day frees
B A. M to . P 1| All .re coedlaily Invite*.
(F1.KTD
A LEX -
sspM t for
FIRST UNlTAlllAN till
Avenue and Harrison Street
ANDER T R. "asm!
Sunday. Ftbrtiarv ? the tl
?fries on the Lores Praver. -qsSTS Kul* ta
Ua service* *f u ?. i?. k aii scats free.
CHRISTA DELPHI i !4 -
CHRISTADELPHt ANS \ <r.-l(iV)|
?:?? A M servile? ii a M an.) v P M Lee
Camp Hall Mr..ad Mrect be-ween Fifth aaal
Sixth A ?- .
a?orr!s
TLRKI^H AND KOMA.N lATc?
Table d'Hete Dtaeer Aaterdey end
teaelay evralag. s le t O'clock- 9\.im
each.
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THfc JthitRSON
Richrnonti, Va.
The et vet eisest*"??.* Set* I ta
Sesata Ke-opeea glaa, Ron ma **ak_.
aad ea suite, wtts aae e.iaoat eat as.
apadous ssmple roo?s

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