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81XTY-FOUUTa YEAR
PMITTEDLY
THE BEST MEDIUM IN
THE SOUTH FOR CLASS
IFIED ADVERTISING.
V
TELEPHONE YOUIt WANTS TO
THB T1ME8-DI8PATCH
ANDOLPU 1 1 RANDOLPH
WANT AD. RATES.
AILY, one cent a word when paid In ad
vance. No ad. taken for lens than 10 canto, j
t'NDAY, one and one-half conte a word for
ill classified ads. oxctpt Situations Wanted
at one cont a word. No ad. takon for lees
than 16 cont*.
O ADS. taken for leis than 36 centa when
charged or phoned In. Phoned ordere not
guaranteed. ClanelflcntlonB not Huaranteed
after 9:90 P. M.
?X?riT AND FOUND
OBT, November 25, pair eyeglasses on
Vino Street, between Floyd Avenue
nd Main. Reward If roturnod to O.
JBn._caro Amcrlciui National Bank.
OST, gold bracelet with pearl and tur
quoise Bi-ttl?ki an heirloom. Reward
returned to M. B. Johnson, 117 East
ranklin Street, city.
HELP WANTED?Male
ECOME railway mall clerks; $76
month. Examinations coming. Sample
U'otlons froe. Franklin .Institute,
'_*pt. 429-T, Rochester. N. V.'
'ANTED, man with 2 or 8 years' ex
perience In tho retail drug business,
pud references. I. G44, caro Tiinou
IspittclK
NY Tellable man wanting work, see
Virginia Business Exoliango, 316
?rth Second. _____
'ANTED, experienced steam drill run
Hern on Southern Railway work,
oburt Russell, contractor, Danville,
a.
*E havo a vacancy for a young man to
travel on the road. Experience not
eceseary, but applicant must bo able
> furnish three references an to hon
?ty, character, energy, etc. Salary,
20 a week and expenses. Address
tanager. Suite 40, Schmidt Building,
?avenport, Iowa.
RADES. taught )u navy; young men
over IT. mechanically bent, are offer
3 facilities to learn useful tradCB and
e well paid' whllo learning. Four
ears in navy an education Itself.
Ifth tradca used In the service. If
ou aro ambitious, apply Navy Recrult
?g Station, Allison Building, Rlch
ond. >
/ANTED, men to learn barber trado;
few we^Vs required; steady positions
>r competent graduates; wonderful
emani for barbers. Freo catalogue.
ichnJpDd Barber College. Richmond,
'ft.
HELP WANTED?-Female.
O first 50 ladles answering this add
will send Virginia Daro Dust De
eloper for CO cents. Greatest formula
nown; marvelous rosultB. Utah Won
er Company. Box 1019, Norfolk, Vn.
"ANTBD, a girl for general house
work and to live on premises. Ap
ly 2611 East Franklin.
!ILLINEIt wanted for small town: no
one except hlghtone lady need apply,
tato qualification and salary wanted,
ddress Milliner, caro Tlmea-Dlspatch.
iKI-I* WANTEIV?Male and Female.!
7ANTED, rallvay mall and postal
clerks; examinations soon; over 2.000
ppotntn yearly. Prepare at home
7rlte for Plan R of payment after
puolntment Philadelphia Business
Ollcgo. Civil Scrvlco Department, Phil
del phia. Pa. *
SITUATIONS WANTED?Male.
WANTED, employment In city or coun
try, for white and colored boys, aged
4 to 17 years. Eight boyn wane jobs
ou'. Juycnlle Court of Richmond,
?bono Randolph 023, l.oom I, City
lalh
?J.S!Tl65? wanted at once by regis
tered drugfflst. Married man of over
0 yeaj-s" experience. W. B. Agnew,
'.lackstone. Vn.
YANTS position as clerk. Five years'
experience us clerk In dry goods and
roceries. Wants position by Decern
tr first. Good reason for change,
-ood references. Good habits. Rva
onablo salary. L. H. Lcdford, Rawn
alo. N. C.
rANTED, position in wholesale or re
tail drug store by registered drug
Ist. Four years' experience and one
ear in school 'pharmacy. Address D
33. care Tlmes-Dlspatrh.
ROOFREADER, experienced man. de
sires position. G 70S, West Grace
trcet
IXPBRIENCED dalrynian desires po
sition as milkman or dairyman; stato
alary. Jesso Armentraut. Bermuda
(undred, Va.
'OUNG man of hroad business experi
ence and energy desires position with J
pportunlty for advancement. Refer
nces. Address B 300, caro Tlmee-Dls
atch.
N'TELWGENT young man, thoroughly
experienced in every kind of offlco
'ork, not afraid of work, wants posl
ion; now employed; high school ?du
ntlon; excellent references. Interview
Mil be appreciated. B 317, care Times
tlgpatch.
REGISTERED pharmacist. 8 yearn'
practical experience: both city and,
ountry. A capable man In any do-1
artment. Best of references fur
Ished; state salary. Address J. K. ]
'umbauld. Fort Dorlge, Iowa.
IRST-CLASS bookkeeper and oftlco
man wants connection with reliable
Dncern; excellent references. .Have
billty as correspondent. Only first-'
Iosh offer considered. L 549, carc
lines-Dispatch. f
| SITUATIONS WANTED?Female.
WANTED, position as booklcoeper. at
preconl employed, llapid machine
operator Bout of references. Addross
O 121. care Tlmos-Dlspatch.
YOUNQ lady desires position us oteno
Kt'apher. Will accept moderate sal
ary. Miss M., 1011 Kant Marshall
Street, Richmond. Vftj
WANTED, position by lady now em*
ployed us assistant bookkeeper and
good oHlco clork. Best references. Ad
drewH H 210. care Tlmej-Dlspatch.
SITUATION WANTED?Professional
MEZZO-Soprano wishes cliolr work at
once. Hap had 4 yoara' experlonco
as leading soprano. A 284, care Timos
Dlspatch.
j WANTED, a fow pupils for piano mu
sic. Address B 821, oare Tlmes-Dls
1 l,ittch
WANTED-*-Agenta
FOR best selling book published. One
sold 86 the tlrst day; another 136 In
6 days. Write for terms and freo out
fit. E M. Chase. Kllmarnack. Va.
WANTED?Salesmen.
I SALES manager?New York corpora
tion wants live wire; lino of home
! ana trado necessities. 1J1? profits and
irepeater; exclusive contract; Invest
ment for good necessary. See Mr. Gil
lespie. 4<'0 Murphy's Hotel.
FOR KENT?Room*.
TO young couplo without children, 8
! -bright rooms, suitable for light
housekeeping; hot water heat, electrio
lights, use of bath and phone- 1816
Hanover Avenue.
PLEASANT ROOM 6, U North Sixth
Street, betweon Franklin tfnd Main:
i STEAM heated furnished room, adjoin
1 Ing bath, fohrth floor, Virginia Bnlld
| ing, Suite 4. Madison 3322-J.
HEATED room, convenient to bath.
1722 Floyd Avenue.
! TWO or threo rooms, furnished or un
j furnished, with heat, first floor,
i 118 1-2 West Clay Street.
WANTED?Rooms
WE can secure tenants for your vacant
rooms, If you register with us. Room
1 Rental Exchange, Room 19, Ebel Bulld
! lng' 832 East Main.
| BOARDING.
410 West Uraco Street, hot-water heat
I ed rooms; modern conveniences;
hoard.
| MODKRNLY appointed rooms, with
< private bath and steam heat for per
, manent or transient guests. Excellent
j table bonrd. Mrs. Cabell H. Cauthorn,
E. T. Evans. 116 East Franklin. __
} BOARDERS for comfortable rooms;
j also table boarders. 109 East Grace.
| NICELY furnished rooms with board;
excellent meals. 209 East Orace.
' ROOMS and bourd, table boarders a
specialty; beautiful dining-room, ex
cellent service: centrally located; rofer
! enees required. Mrs. Myrtle Anderson.
j 826 East Franklin Street.
! ROOMS and boarders, light housekeep
ing rooms. 907 East Leigh,
i ROOMERS and boarders, light house
' keeping rooms. 401 East Clay.
BOARD and rooms; steam heat, mod
ern conveniences. 206 East Cary.
NICELY furnished rooms with flrst
ciuus tablo board. 110 East Frank
lin.
.* ? - . ???
FOR SALE?Anlmmla.
FOR SALE, HOR6ES, MARES. MULES.
HAVING finished my contract and hav
ing no further uso for them, will aeil
cheap, 18 good mules right out of the
hardest kind of work. Will welsh
from 900 to 1.860 pounds. Price from
|75 up. Also 9 head of largo young
work horses and mares, weighing from
1.100 to 1.40u pounds, and two small
mares, weight 1,000. All this stock Is
In first-class condition. Any one in
need of stock will do well to look these
over before buying. Can bo seen at
Crull's Stable, 18 .South Tenth Street.
FOR sale?Having no further use for
10 mules, we will lell thorn at a big
bargain* 1 pair will weigh 2.350 pounds,
0 years old, sound Price. fafiO: l
pnir will weigh 2,400 pounds. Price,
1800; 1 pair, 4 years old, weigh 2,000
pounds sound and very handanmo.
Price, $326; 1 pair cheap mules for $175,
weigh 2.000 pounds. Also 1 pair mules
i Tor J150. Buy now and save high war
j prices In the spring. Any ono looking
i cnll and see this stock before buying.
They aro all In fine condition. Can bo
seen at Crane's Southern Transfer
Htable. No. 1C South Fifteenth Street.
Half Gquaro from Main Street Stat.on.
No connection with any other stable.
FOR sale, car load grade Holsteln
cows; splendid Individuals; tub'ercu
Mne tested. L. W. Brlnton. Crewe, Va.
FOR sale cheup, 4 mules/, one mare, one
thoroughbred station. All of this
stock Is In good condition and sound.
Apply to G. W. II., Beach. Va.
WANTED?Animals.
WANTED. 2 good fresh dairy cows;
tuberculin tested. Write, giving age,
quantity of milk and prlco. D 124, caro
Times-Dispatch.
FOR SALE?Horsei
HORSES to hire by day. week ?r
month; for eale or exchange. 636
North Eighth Street.
FOR sale cheap, one pair of b1* mules*
no reasonable offer refused. *06
Eaht Canal. '
WANTED? Household Goods.
WANTED, to buy for cash housoholA
goods In any quantity Phono Mudt.
?on 8851
ROOFING.
PAINT your root now. Our work guar
anteed. Estlmato free. Call Madi
son 2763, The Alcatraz Co.
FOR SALE?Real Estate.
FINE residence In mo?t dcslrablo aoo
tlon of Washington at great nacri
flea DctallH on request: T?rm? to
?Ult purchaser. C. F. J. 1808 Park
Road, Washington, D. C.
FOR sale, J valuable lots on cornor of
I'nrk Avenuo and Roseneath Road. at
| a bargain if sold quickly. Address
E^jL^Worner. 1103 Dlckerson Strcot.
FOR SALE-?Farms.
40 acres of good trucking land, 4-room
j cottage and bam, 12 acres In winter
outs. 10 acrcB In clover, 2 miles from
Woodland Heights, 1 mile from city
limits. Address O 101, care TlmeB-Dls
patch.
[THE beautiful Florida lake region. Is
on u high ridge known us the Back
bone of the State and tho south end of
this ridge In Polk County, has tho bost
year-round climate In the world. It
Is ono of the healthiest sections of the
United States. and the best citrus fruit
land on earth. The land Is high and
rolling; 200 to 800 feet above sea level;
positively no mosquitoes, and nan bo
bought at very low urlces. More money
I can be made by investing In these
lands, either as a speculation or level
oping to orange and grapefruit groves,
than any Investment on earth. Take 15
day vacation trip and Investigate. Wo
can get you a very low rate .for round
trip. Excursion each month." Write
for literature and excursion dates.
Donald F. Baker, P. O. Ilox 115, Rich
mond, Va. ^
j CHEAPEST farms. houses. timber. "List
7 free. A. C. Buchanan, Chester, Va.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE.
WANTED, to hear from some ono that
lias lund to trade for Idaho land.
Lovely view; healthful climate. Write
F. Stanvey, Fayette, Idaho.
WANTED?Real Estate.
LIST your farms with J. A. Connelly
Bi Co. Wrlto postal for necessary
blnnks
FOR RENT?BusinesH Property.
! FOIt rent, Bpa<*e for auto In garage in
i rear of 209 South Third Streot. Phono
| Madison
! NEW garage, granolithic floor, and wa
ter, central. Madison 3604-J.
I I'OK rent, modern store at 2412 East
Broad Street. Call Boutovard 763-J.
FOR RENT?Flats.
FOR winter months, socond floor Sat
I four furnished rooms and bath. Ref
I erenccs exchanged. Apply 1023 West
| < Jriicf.
; FOUR rooms and bath. West Cory
Street, rent 915 per month; adults.
I Address H 226. care Times-Dispatch.
FOR RENT?Furnished Flats.
j FOUR-ROOM furnished flat for rent:
bath. Phono Boulevard 1463. 2611-A
West Main. Cheap if taken at once.
ATTOMOHfiiEH.
AUTOMOBILE commercial bodies made
to order. Richardson Brothors, 615
Brook Avenue.
COMMERCIAL, auto bodies for Ford
chnsis In stock. We make a spe
cialty of repairing and ropalntlng auto
mobiles. A. Meyer's Sons, 731 East
Cary Street.
FOR sale cheap. Otto delivery truck;
can bo seen at Grasbergcr's, Twen
tieth and Franklin.
AUTOMOBILE BARGAINS.
WE have a house full of automobiles
that must bo sold, regnrdless of cost.
All modolB and styles, from >100 up.
See us at once, Mhdlson 458. Open
Sundays. Richmond Auto Clearing
House, Murphy Block, 212 North Eighth
Street.
FORD 5-passenger; new bod/T engine
and tires. 402 East Clay, 0-10 o'clock.
FOR SALE?It amines*.
FOR salo, hotel with 35 rooms, fur
nished and best cate In city attached,
together with ? leaso. Established fif
teen years. Situated in heart of busi
ness section. Good chance for a hust
ler. Can arrange terms. Address P.
a Box $7. Wilmington, N. C.
FOR SALE?Vehicles,
ONE top buggy, -0; 1 Pheaton, 20; 1
runabout, $?&; 1 surrey, $85; 1 farm
wagon, $20; 1 grocery wagon, $76. and
1, <95. Wagons, buggies, surreys and
runabouts, 1 light truck. Thomas H.I
Duke & Co., S04 Brook Avenue.
ONE double truck with top in good
condition, $150.
SEVERAL singlo trucks, 2 top buggies,
$10 each.
COMPLETE stock of open and top de
livery wagons; business buggies, 3ur
reyH and runabouts.
ROBES, blpjikets, horso covers and
harness.
REPAIRING, painting.
B. C. BRISTOW,
142S East Main Street.
11-15 North Eighteenth Street.
TOP wagons, newly painted, $65.
ONE steel tire top buggy, $40.
BUSINESS buggies and wagons for
every purpose, phaetons, surreys and
runabouts; reasonable prices; terms to i
suit.
SEVERAL rubber-tire business bug
gies, from $85 to $65. A. "Meyer's
Sons. 731 East Cary Street.
? FOR SALE?M*chluery.
HOISTING engines, concrete mlxera,
pumps, boilers, engines, wood-work
ing machinery, pulleys, hangers and
shafting, second-hand, guaranteed. I.
Bin ford & Co.
WALL PAPERING.
ft. B. Bratier. the wall-paper man. Sea
him and save mnnoy 108 North
Eighth Street. 'Phone Monroe 1699
J. W. Smlthers & Co., leaders in lino
wall paper, painting and deooratlr.g.
Best work. Lowest pf-icos. No delay.
221 East Main.
DRV CLEAVING AND SCOURING,
LADIES' 'gloves, all longthB, cleaned,
10 conts. Hanover Cleaning and
Pressing Club. Phone' Madison 4520.
10 1-2 Wont Main.
FOR quality try tlio Mannattan Clean
ing and dyeing works. M. C. Ed
wards, proprietor. Phono Randolph
3420. wo clean everything cleanable.
Wo make u specialty of ladle*) work.
Reasonable prices. Opposite Elba Sta
tlon. 710 West Bioad Sireot, Richmond,
Va. *
CLEANING AND~PRESSING.
SUITS ecoUrod and pressed or French
cleaned and pressed for 75 cents. A.
Want & Co.. 1805 East Main 8troet, the
store with tho big glass f out. Phone
Madison 7098. Parcel pout paid, one
way, on out-of-town work.
i I CIS, COAL AND WOOD
[LARGE blocks oak and plno wood, per
i fectly dry. easy to split; dry, hravy
i oak slabs for wood heaters, rangers
| and grates. Will save you 51 to tho
cord. Will send sample, because It Is
tho greatest bargain In wood to burn.
[Long's, 1506 West Broad. Madison
I 1069.
FOR BALE?Miscellaneous.
APPLES! Apples! Wlnesap apples for
52.50 per barrel delivered on cars at
Jetorsvillo, Va., Southern Hallroad.
Send your orders quick to O. B. Bardln
& Co.. Rodophil. Va.
MlRCRLtANGOFS WANTS
WANTED, to buy tingle buggy, not
over $15. O 119. care Tlmea-Dlapatch.
WANTED, to buy a r>iano for cush, or
I will exchange diamond ring for pi
| n"u- C 224. car<* Tinies-Dlspatch.
DETEtrriVEB.
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE SERVICE.
SOUTHERN BUILDING, WASH.
I INGTON, D. C.
| LICENSED by an act of Congress.
I Bonded In the sum of $10,000. Found
! ed 1886. Expert secret service, any
I cause, all sections. Over thirty years'
I practical experience qualifies us to give
; expert confidential advice to peoplo
1 suffering annoyanco of a business or
prlvat<uatu r e^
AN" opportunity to be a detective.
Write Charles O. Burch, Private De
tective Agoncy, Park Building, Rich
mond. Va.
) BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR a man who desires to engage In
a merlt-erloua paying business. I have
an exceptional opportunity to offer. Not
so much cash to handle this business
as it la the right man. Address G ISO,
carg Times-Dispatch.
'ESTABLISHED shoo business for sale;
shopping district: wllLBtand Investi
gation^ 8.. P. O. Box 962.
PRINTING AND APDBE88INQ.
100 visiting' cards printed and Bent
postpaid for 25c. Other printing very
cheap. 1,000 business cards. $1.50. G.
A. Boget's Printing, 911 East Main
Street Richmond, va.
SHOES.
FAMILY ?ChoLH^TE ?HOE0. ~7 '
?s?t3F fca-K"*. phc?.
INFORMATION WANTED.
IF E. C. G. or C. E. G. will communi
cate with B 301, caro Times-Dispatch,
information of interest will bo given.
BUSINESS CARDS.
HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY COMPANY
WISHES TO BUY GOOD TURF FOR
SODDING GRAVES BY THE WAGON
OR CARLOAD, OR WOULD CON
TRACT FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF
CUTTING THE TURF IN SOME GOOD
PASTURE CONVENIENT TO CITY
HAUL OR RAILROAD. JOHN R.
HOOPER, SUPERINTENDENT.
PHONE MADISON 2449.
WORTHAM PEATROSS,
Engineering and Surveying.
County Phor-*. Hanover. Va.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
FOR sale, any part of $15,000 worth
of Virginia bonds maturing 1D32.
Submit offer. Box 105, Newport News,
! Va.
| MAIL ORDER .
HATS. HATS.
LADIES' and gentlemen's hats reshaped
to latest styles; factory facilities.
Write for circulars. See Verra Hat
^orks. 211 North First Street, Rlch
r.iond, Va.
CALIFORNIA WINES.
TOKAY, Angelica, Madeira and Port
wines. These are pure, with enough
age to make them very good for me
dicinal use! $2 per gallon. Geo. McD.
Blake i Co.. No. 00 Broad Street.
Phone Randolph 512-518.
NEW GOODS.
FAT Norway Mackerel, Comb Honey,
buokwheat, walnuts, palm nuts,
shelled almonds, citron. I<arge stock
of asparagus. Geo. McD. Blako A Co.,
No. Ou Broad Street. Randolph 512-518.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.
SHOES! SHOES. SBOE&
923 East Broad, near City Hall, Is tht
new home of Bowden'a Sample Shoe
Store. Good shoes cheap for the whole
family
MEETINGS.
THE regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Ideal Fishing
Float Co., Inc., will bo held at the office
of the B. F. Johnson Publishing Com
pany, 10 South Eloventh Street. In tho
city of Richmond, Va., Monday, Decem
ber 7, at 5 o'clock P. M.
L. H. KIMBROUGH.
Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICTB.
WANTED. th? public to know tna*
JatinUo Bros., Jowelarfc. 012 Bast
Main Street, buy. Mil.
remount diamonds In the latent "tyles.
Old gold and idlvcr taken In exchange.
1 H0XJSH CLEANING. , .
WASHING whit? paint. wa.*Ir?K arvtl
staining floors o?r specialty. William
Johnaon. ltandolph 3130.
Richmond. Va.. Nov. 23. 1914.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY,
NOTICE.
THE freight depots of this company
will bo closod Thursday. November ,
26. except for tho delivery of perish- I
able freight between tho houra of J and i
10 A" M" O. A. WARTIIBN. |
General Agent. i
LET ua clean and proaa your suit: all
work guaranteed. Ladles work our
apociaRy. Bernlco Cleaning ?T*n
Pressing Company. J. S. Duggani Man
ager. Phono Randolph 2678. 304 North
SlXtlC - - I
FIVK" per cent money loaned anywhere
In the United StateB, to buy or build
homes and Improve property; long
time, eaay payments with prepayment .
privilege. Write for free booklet; rep
resentatives wanted. J. . Ponder. <-19
Mutual Building. Klchmond, :
IMPORTED m'accaronl. $1.75 box and 10 j
cents pound, three "'ounds for 26
cents. Succa olfve oil. haif gallon. jl.-B; i
quart, -70 cents. Imported . ..'eltzer
cheese. 35 cents pound. H,5j"kj?rj5er
cheese. 24 cents pound.
cheese, 35 centa pound. AH kinds or
fruits and vegetables. Phono orderH
promptly attended to. D. Land Is, 440
North KlxtlJ Street._ ltandolph 146S.
s HATS! HATS!
' HATS cleaned and renovated. Do not
I throw your old hata away. W e can
make them look like new Q*
cost. All work guaranteed. Soft hats
clcuned and pressed, 40 centa; derby hatf
cleaned and pressed, 2o cents; new
b nd, 26 cents; new sweat band, -o
centa. Hata called for r.nd delivered.
John Sarras, 704 East Broad Street.
Phono Madison 0704.
i Richmond, Frcderlcksburg and Potomac
Kail road Company.
THE freight depots of thin company
will bo closed November 26, THANKS
' GIVING DAT. Perlahable freight will be
delivered between tho ?/ ?
8 A. M. LESLIE ELLIS. Agent. I
PERSONAL.
LESSER, the ladles' tailor. The only
one In. town who makes a specialty
In altoring all kinds of ladles ifar
ments In ttys latest f fxaUloir. ?
earment altered In rny Mtabllshment
is done under tpy personal supervision.
Prlcea very moderate and worlc satis-1
factory. Raleigh Apartment* Phone
Madison 4623. Corner HiLrrto?n and
franklin. Richmond, va.
NOTICE?Legal
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST. -
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In the matter of
EDGAR B. WHITE.
Bankrupt.
No. 1631.
In
Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF" FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
To the creditors of EDGAR B, WHITE,
of Richmond, In the County of Hen
rico. and district aforesaid?Bank- j
Notice la hereby given that on the
23d day of Novomber, A. D., 1914,
tho said EDGAR B. WHITfc was
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that
the first meeting of his creditors will
be held In my office. .Rooms 80<2 and 80d
I American Bank Building, Richmond, i
V?, on tho 5TH DAY 6f DECEM
BER. A. D., 1014. at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, at which .time the said credi
tors may attend, prove their claims, i
appoint a trustee, examine the bank
rupt, and transact such other business
as may properly comc before said meet- (
JHOS. B. SNEAD,
Referee In Bankruptoy.
Novembor 34. 1914. '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In the matter of 1 No. 1588.
JAMBS J. KEAVENEY. In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITOR8.
To the creditors of JAMES, J. KHAVEJ
NEY, of Richmond, In the County
of Heiwflco, and district aforesaid?
Bankrupt: ? , ..
Notice Is hereby given that on the
24th day of November, A. D., 1914.
the said JAMES J. KEAVENEY was
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that
the first meeting of hla creditors
will be held In my office. Rooms No bOJ
and 803 American National Bank Build
In* Richmond, Va.. on the 6TH DAY
OF DECEMBER, A. D.. 1914. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
I their claima, appoint a trustee, examine
tho the bankrupt, and transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.^ r gNBAD>.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
November 24. 1914.
tv THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST
ERN DISTRICT' OI^ VIRGINIA.
In the matter of | No. 1625. ,
LOGAN E. LUCAS. In
Bankrupt. I Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
, CREDITORS.
To tho creditors of LOGAN E. LUCAS,
of Richmond. In tho County of Hen
rico, and district aforesaid?Bank
Not icfe iB hereby given that on the
llth day of November. A. D? 1914. the
said LOGAN E. LUCAS was duly
adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first
meeting of hla creditors will bo held
In my office, Rooms No. 802 and 803
American National Bank Building,
Richmond, Va., on the oTII DAY O*
DECEMBER, A. D., 1914. at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, at which time tho said
creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a truatoe, examine tho
bankrupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come boforo said
| uicctllltf- THOS. B. SNEAD.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
t .November 25, 1914.
NOTICE?Legal
INr,rr"^ DISTRTCT COURT OF THB
1 UNITED STATES FOU THIS EAST
1CHN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In tho matter of
MORGAN U. WILiHICliM,
Bankrupt.
No. 1031.
In
Bankruptoy.
NOTICE OF FIR8T MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
To tho creditors) of MORGAN 13. WIL.
IIEIjM. of Richmond, In the County
of Henrico, and dlotrlct uforesatd?
Bankrupt:
Notico la hereby Riven that on tho
2Gth diiy of November, A. D., 1014. tho
Bald MORCiAN B. WILHELM was duly
adjudicated bankrupt, and that tho ilrnt
, meeting of his creditors will be held
i In my olllce, Roomu No. SOI! and 803
American National Bank Hulldlnsr.
Richmond. Va? on the ~TH DAY OF
NOVEMBER, A. D., 1S14, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time tho
1 said creditors may attend, prove their
1 claims, appoint n trusteo, examine tho
bankrupt, and transact such other busi
ness as may properly ooino beforo said
meeting'.
THOMAS B. SNEAD,
Roforeo In Bankruptcy.
November 25, 1914.
KAkLIlOADiS
Norfolk & Western Railway
""? " ALL IIAll. I.INE TO NORFOLK
EfTcct Mav 10.
ONLY
Scliedulo In Effcct Mav 10. 1914.
Leave Byrd Street Station. Richmond. FOU
NORFOLK: *3:00 A. M.. *3:00 P. M.. *4:10
I'. M.
FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WEST:
t4:lS A. 11., ?!>:&? A. M? ?a:00 r. M.. *9:? P -M.
I Arrive Richmond from Norfolk: *11:40 A.
j M? *6:Si I*. M.. *11:60 P. M. From tho West:
I *0:60 A. M.. t-:10 P. M.. 11:40 P. M.. *a:0C P.
M., *0:00 P. M.
?Dully. {Daily except Sunday. (Sunday
only.
W 11. BEV1LL. W. C. SAUNDERS.
P. T. M., Roanoke. O. 1*. A. Roanoke.
0. II. liOSLBY, O. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
7:1. A.?I.oca I?Daily?Newport News.
7:49 a.?Local?Dally?Ch'vllle.
Thurmond.
Bt San.
13:00 A- ?Expretw? Dally?Norfolk. Old Point.
1t:l0 A.?Local?L>ally? L'chb'*, Lex., O.
. Forico.
*13:33 Noon ? Exprcns ? Dally ? Norfolk. Old
? Point.
t4:00 P.?Express?Dally?Norfolk. Old Point.
6:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. News. Old Point
0:15 P.?Local?Ex. Bun.. Gordonsvlllo.
*6:16 P.?Local?Ex. Sun.?Lynohb'ir. C. For**
?2:10 P.?Express? Dally?Cin., L'vllle.
?6:40 P.-Lloilted?Dally?Cln.. Ch'go.. Bt. L.
?11:00 P.?Express?Dully?Cln., Louisville.
?Sleeper*. tParlor Cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE lUCHUOND?Local from
East: 10:16 A. U.. 8:1* P. M. Though from
East: 11:30 A. St.. 2:00 P. M.. 1:1# r, M. Local
from West: 8:30 A. M. **10:00 A. M. and 7:40
P. M. "niroueh: 8:30 A. M., 1?:? noon and
ceo p. m.
Jumea River Line: "S:S5 A. M., 8:00 P. M.
Dolly.
??Dally except Sunday.)
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Railroad of the South,
EFFECTIVE APRIL 12, 1314.
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY
For Florida and South: 8:16 A. M. and 0:11
P. M. 13:60 A. M.
For Norfolk: 3:C? A. M.. 1:00 P. M., 4:10
P. M.
For N. & W. lly. Went: ?:1? A. M? >:60
! A. M.. 4:00 r. M.. 9:? P. M.
i For Petersburg: 12:60 A. M., 8:15 A. M.,
I A. M.. 9 00 A. M.. D:o0 A. M.. 8:00 P. M.,
4.10 P. M., 6.06 P. M? 6:35 P. M.. ?:3> P. M.,
? 11:45 P. M.
' For Ooldsboro and Fayettevllie: *4:10 P. M.
Trains arrive Rlclunond dally: 6:3ft A. M.,
I t0:lfi A. M.. 6:50 A. M., *8:37 A. M.. flfctS
! K. M? 11:40 A. M? *2:10 P. M., tl:40 P. M..
I l:0f> P. M.. C:aN P. M., 8:00 P. M., 0:80 P. M..
11:90 P. M.
I 'Except Sunday. tSurtd&y only.
I Time of ivrflval and doparture and conneo
"OIIB not runrnntu-.i
?.Ions not guaranteed.
C. S. CAMPBELlI D.
P. A.. 833 Main at.
filchmoni, FnteicM'i J fttoiac B. R.
TO AND FROM WASH. \9T0ft A HP ggYQHO.
Lea-ro Blohmon V> ArrtT* Richmond
?8.40 A.SI. Byri Si.SiaJ
**.?6 A.M. Mela St. Sta,
?8.80 A.*. Mala St. Su]
taJ *7 AO A JL ByrtSt*8ta,
la. ill.it AAKlbaSiitUi.
(a. HIM A.M. kiri 8LSU.
??.w*??? >in aw ota.l *l,10r JLIuaBLlili
nO.Si A.M. Ijrl Hfc. Sta. ?t.?0 P.M. Byr?fit.Bla
'11.01 noon Byv? St. Sta. ??.?? P.M. ?jrAMt.IU.
tt.00 P.M. Byri St. Sta. *730 P.M. ByNJU.bta.
?840 P.M. ByrA St. Sta. 4.00 P.M. ByrASLBt*
<4.16 P.M. Klba Statten. MJU* P.M. Ms U Si. 4 to.
?fi.lt P.M. Main St. Sta.Mt.88 alfbtlIal.St.SU,
*8.80 P.M. ByrS St. SU>?.iO at?hl ByNBtJlta.
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEK0AYS.
r ra 5/1* St* 8t*? <>00 P. M. ffcr rnltrtahbini
kSlfm P- M. fkrAiklul
. . * AJB. from Pretorled tb f
ArrlreKIba 8to. ?,80 A.M.t?,?t P.M.&?AeMaal
tWeaMaya. iSaniayt aaly.
11 ^ ??r ,r2m Street Button
^ Slba. Time o t arrtvala and Separtarei
! **? raaranteed. Send tki ilfii,
Richmond & Petersburg Electric Ry.
Leave Richmond.
?B A. M. *3 P. M,
7 A. M. 4 P. M.
S A. M. 5 V. .M.
?OA. M. f!i t-15
10 A. M. *6 I*. M.
11 A. 11. ?7 P. M.
?12 A. M. H P. M.
1 P. ?L ?? P. M.
8 P. M. 10 P. M.
11P.M. Cheater
?12 P. 31. Peterah.
il.eaven Pnternbiirc,*
$Kil5 A. M. 3i:il)P.M.
0?88 A. M. *4i.IS P. M.
+7iS0A.M. 5I.1A p. >?.
*7i;iS A. M. ti.1K p. M,
8?;m A. M. ?7lOR P. M.
. 0i35 A. M, *7>35 P. JU.
;*10i:iffA. M. 8135 P.M.
11135 A. M. Bi35 P. M.
12135 P. M.*10:40 P^M.
?li35P. M. llitOP, M.
2t35 P. M.
CHeSAPEAKE S.S.CO SOUIrttRN RY:
Daily
Except Sunday.
"Steamer Train" (coachM
and parlor car) and hl*h-ola*s
new Steamers "City of Richmond" and
"City of Annapolis." Fares: J2.E0 first-class
1^.00 second-class. J4.S0 round trip. State
rooms, $1.00 to 13.00. Running water; private
baths. Excellent inealu Dinner, 75c*
breakfast. 60c. Lsave Richmond
(Main Street), 6:10 P. M.
Arrive Ilaltlmore.
7:00 A. M.
HILL MAKES EXPLANATION
Comment on Vera eras l>?cutio*
Made In Hie Own Home.
WASHINGTON, November 25.?The
explanation of Captain Walter N. HIU,
United States marine corps, of pub
lished statements quoting him as pre
dicting that dlro conscquences would
follow tho Amorlcan evacuation df
Vera Cruz, was received by Secretary
Daniels to-day and taken under ad
vlscment.
Captain Hill said tho conversation on
which tho Item \vub based took plact/
In hln homo In Boston, and that ho
was talking with members of his fam
: lly and a neighbor, 'who, ho lea'rned
' later, was connected with a lJostoii
j papor. '
"I had no Idoa tho conversation
j would be repeated outsldo my homv,
j much less misquoted," Captain Hill
i wrote. "I did not at uny time liavo
' any Intention or Idea of criticising
| my superiors. I simply was descrlb
I lug tilings which I knew and almost
! all well-informed people knew about
1 Mexico.'*
RAIhROADK
Richmond & Chesapeake Bay Railway Company
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 14,
1914.
Superseding Schedule of Mar 30> IBIS.'
Trains leave Richmond R*5?SO A. M?
?7 A. M? IIS A. B A. M? ?*10 A. M.,
II A. St., 1 P. M., 3 P. M, 3 P. M.t B4
P. Pli20 P. 0120 P. M., TilO P. M?
B8 P. M., SB P. SI.. 10 P. 31.. 11145 P. M.
Train* leave Aatiland *8tC0 A. M., D*7
A. !?I? 8 A. M, BO A. ?L. lO A. M., **lt
A. M? M3 noon, ?M P. M.. 3 P. M., 3 P,
M., 4 P. .M.t URilO P. M, 0120 P. M., TllO
P. M.. 8 1*. 118 P. M? 910 P. M? It
P. M.
D Carrie* biKgagf. 8 Saturdays only*
?Dally empl Sunday. **Mnnday only.
SEABOARD AIR LINK RAILWAY.
"The Progressive Railway of the Sooth."
Southbound trains Roheduled to le?ve Rich
mond dolly: 9:00 A. JJ., Local to Norllna, 1:81
1*. M? Mlenpera and cnachoi. Atlanta, Bir
mingham, Jacksonville; 10:45 P. M? nloepoe
to llamlet und eoaohoa to Atlanta and Bir
mingham; 12:45 A. M., sleepers, Atlanta, Bir
mingham. Memphis, Jackaonvllle, Tampa
and coaches Jacksonville.
Northbound trains scheduled to arrive In
Richmond daily: 5:66 A. M? 9:00 A. M., B:?S
I'. G,t6 P. M . Irocal
?TBAMBOATa
vTRv^l (UK^e^mubt^
Independent Travel Tickets,
With Hotel Accommodation*.
MA8K MR. BOWMAN*"
Maniger Travel Department.
Richmond Trust and Bartaga Co.,
Seventh St Main 8te.. Richmond, Va,
All Travel Arrangements ovi t On*
Counter.
American or European.
Railroad, Steamship and Pallmaa .
Ticket*.
Daggago Cheeked, Taxlcab, Travelers'
Checks.
ftlCHUOKD TRANSFER COMPANT,
SOB East Alain Street.
Branch Ofllooo: Jefltereon?Murphy's
ftlolunond Ilotela.
"TIME AND TROUni.ro BAVBR3."
OLD DOMINION LINE'
Lv, Richmond, foot of A?n St. daily,7:00 P, M.
Leave Newport News..,,,, ,...6;0O A. if.
Arrive Norfolk... ,....6:00 A. M.
Connects with main line steamers leaving
Norfolk lor New Tork dolly, except Sunday,,
7:0* P. M. Connections also made by N, &
W. Ry.. a P. M., and C. & O. Ry at i P. M.
Night line steamers stop at Clarernont on
elgnal, an<J are mot by publlo conveyance. *
VIRGINIA NAVIGATION CO. James Rivet
by daylight far Norfolk, Old Point, Newpori
News and all James River landings. Monday.
Wednesday and Friday at 6:00 A. M. Vrelgl.l
received for all Jnmes niver points. V
FRENCH LINE
Compegnle Generate Transatlantfaue, >?
POSTAL SERVICK.
Sailings for HAVRE
CHICAGO Nov. 28, S P. M.
ROCHAMBEAU . , .Dec. 12, 3 P. M.
LA. TOURAINE Dec. 10, 8 P. M.
CHICAGO . .Deo. 20, 3 P. M.
ROCHAMBEAU Jan. O, 3 P. M,.
FOR INFORMATION APPLY
Richmond Trust and Savings Co.,
Comer Malu and Seventh Streets.
Richmond Transfer Co.,
BIB Kut Main Street. Agents. Richmond. ,
CUNA R D
Established 1840
Fastest Steamer* In the Vl'erid.
Aquitania, Lusitania, Mauritania
llegnlar and Uninterrupted Service,
EUBOPE yift LIVERPOOL.
FRANCONIA * Sat, Nov. 39, 10 n. m,
"LU9TANIA".""A s
ORDUNA Sat., Dee. IB, 10 a. **/
Now Triple-screw Turbine. 16.500 tona;'
TKANSYL.VANlA.Sat.. Deo. IB, 10 a. as.
New Twin-screw Oeared Turbine. 15,COO tone.
LUSITANIA
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE
AZORES, GIBRALTAR,, NAPLES, < PATRAS
Perugia, Tues, Dee. 30, noon.
Company's Office, 21-24 State St., N. Y.
on LOCAL AGENTS.
Bringing Up Father
By Geofge McManus
Cviyrif^t. 1SJ1 International N?*r? Strata*.
* Ati MR not and
THl'b i<b m!i>s
JOtsE^> - we mre
<I01N<$ out v/JTM
mrs j)4<4?b!
where Vb
mr.nUT AMD
WHX Al^e you
dressed up:
well-my DEA*?
VOU don'T HAVE to -
I THOUGHT you MKjHT
Like t*o join mr nut
and MISS jones
And ? ? ? (
MR.NUT
DECIDED hf
WANTtO ro NAP
?*i MY MtJKAKX
so ? TOLD (
1 WOULD OA
ESCORT THE nfc
-V UAOYt ~J t
hi coin' to
assert me
R><.mts-i
Positively
refuse to
<*o our this
afternoon
WITH You:
i SAX - OLD
top ? what^S
the lock?
just come
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