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Thrilling Ree.ne When Ampricflu
Went Orer the Top in St.
Mihiel Drive.
baket? sees grkat rattli
Araerie-an Serpftary of War Witnesses
Thrilling Sight of the Thunder o j
lt 1 ;Miles of American Artillery Which
Opened Great Battle.
i Hv Associated Press I
1 AMERICAN ARM 7 IX
w . INK. September ii'._The allied
i offensive on the western front for the
Jirst time is dominatingly American,
the Frcnch co-operating. and. in a mil- !
':jr.v sense it is regarded as a con
tinuing phase of the battle which began
?.ari\ summer.
Seorcrary Raker, with several other
' wiinessert the beginning of
ine i-a . Ic irorr. the vantage point of a
;'r'.r! close behind ihe middle of
In* l.r.e
IX w . prci-iscly l oYloek of a rainv. i
moonless nigh: when a s ng!e da.<h
?>f flame shot across the skv. it
was followed by other fishes. 'which
graaua tlly merged mio a sheet of
white light on the horiton.
gradually there began 10 roll from
this name-jit area a mighty thunder,
amidst which could be distinguished
now and then th* crack nnri boom of
. e r m a n return shells bursting.
The front over whii'h the attack was
;^Hde wan so extended thnt the bril
i.nnj bands of vivid light soon stretched
ji'oiii.far eastward in westward, light-.
? "R. up the clouds. Soon there began
j > arise siar sheii>. signal rockets and
Hares thrown up b> ihe enemy to be
ir?.v ;he American! should they leave
ihe r trenches suddenly to began an
infantry sua, k. To this general cok?r
seijen-.e there was soon added a reddish
glow, as ammunition dumps exploded
and buildings set on tire behind the
enemy 'ties began la blaze, and an
ammunition dunir> guins off this' color
exploded about < o'clock.
M.VHM V rRKP.ARRS
rOlt I N K A VTH \ O \SKT
' ter <>f the artillery flre
! ". >..ghGy. lessened a little in
iid German star shells burst
. frenucn.-j as j o'clock* ap
-.s tnoujjh the enemy sus
?*/? was the hour set for the
sn.? attack. More and more am
mu.. .. dumps *.\ ploded Just before
?'.' l,,'? H:til'ery bombardment sudden
ly. rc?ju.V.*d its original intensity, and
as the sky was beginning to he tinged
w 11 h dawn it again took on a white
.?ok along the honron.
Precisely at 5 o'clock the thunder of
the guns accompanying the glare of
stopped, and in the sudden silence
the Americans went over the top. All
along the lines could be heard the
''batterinj; of German machine gun?
and then suddenly the thunder com
j again, when a barrage was
ijirt down to protect the soldier? as
tney approached the German trenches.
Into the battle has been brought all
the elements of modern warfare \Vhtle
the. artillery was playinc its role the
* rmen and the tank crews worked
oyer their machines, preparatory to
'?k?ng tbeir part in the biggest "show" ?
. tne Americans have given.
There was no nnestion of aerial su
prenvacy. or should not be. French !
planes and French airmen supple
mented the American forces, and rtay
Iignt ?aw them already in operation,
it ramed in the night. and the early
1 uUrw ot morning did not afford
th? best opportunity for the aviators.
n'?t not w ivbnt and ins the mist squad
ron* appeared with the dawn ready
, ipr the observation for the defense
and. if ne< essary. combat.
t There was a high wind during th*
d.?y. but the balloons were able to
remain tip for observation. One Amer
ican. b:?lioori broke away and dr f eil
eastward One of the Gorman balloon*
wac ^loft near St. MihicJ. but it te
. niained only about five minues.
The smoke *rreen the American gun
ners' placed about Montsec appears to
h.aye been successful in preventing the
enemy observation from that command
ite i-oint.
While the heavy attacks were being
?? ^'?'de oi. the north ar.d south lines of
J*t. Mihiel sector, a force around the
point of the angle was inaugurating a
scrie. of raids, rushing f*r into the
sdes of the German hodr. The
strength of the Germans is not known,
but it is certain there ate at least
seven divisions in tiie salient. It has
been learned that the enemv had col
lected a quantity of stores in the sec
iim\ and will doubtless attempt to re
move them.
?'BUM I'.S DF.Tt ATTACK
4.'? MII.KS IN I.F1 N'ti'TII
The front under attack was about !
forty-five miles in length The French
were in the line at allotted points, hut 1
tne r> is t rib u t ion of the forces was such
t tar >?yhci f?jer the Germans turned thev |
raced ruertcan troops.
Just h<3w much the Germans were
surprised by the offensive in a sector
? o long inactive is uncertain. It ^eems
not improbable. however. that ihev had
noticed tne indications given for manv
nays past that some new plan was be
ing adopted. The mobilization of the
Q'K for e v.'?ss *T>inpiished. however,
aimost wholly m n ehi matches, the
5<:pr> nK? frorn "'her sectors into
Positions in , .-onr ot the eriomv here
oftentimes without cv*n he population
n*??e<T ,n',,V;' 15 through which 'they
' rt?are of t hi' movement
^.-ir _ Cwr"' c,P*"^d the artillery
V Ht 1 ? ?*1?' k continued for
rojr hours t.. hammer the Germnhs.
ai^?'I,0nK lne r near.hv posittons. but
fown \rr,'ifry ''rof'" r<,s,ri'' village nnd
'?*n. . thin rang/. The roads over
which the enemy might bring up re- I
en forcements o- let-eat were broken
up with high explosives. n
.Th? artillory ;-.ua. k was ?areftjl|v
planned every batte.v commander hav
ing painstakingly registered lontr n,
aocan,.e th? objeotiv.'s of his guns
meni r '"7'"*' "I 'h<" ??*?"?*'ftbomhard
^ J a C?: 4 "r,f*rv*r1 bat there
ts'little doubt that it bad an immense
effect in .raerfering with -ne defensive
TaTle^n' S German for.-c in the
rji Ai"er'??=*" artillerr had
reatned a drumfire inten?itv the \me
ican soldiers n ere ?,.r ,he top behind
we errS,f?? /V""Wh^re do
Co rro.n h^re.
, Am irica n attar* wa_. developed
?> a succession of surprise a-tacks at
a great number of poli.ts in which the
t,A^rn> 5 J*.ne.* w?? rr, penetrated
Those elements which reached the
second ?i e rma n line of de'rnse met Wi>h
little resistance Tne Amerj.an. blew
up ?. nun.her of blockhouse, machine
tun p;tr. and munition depots
The <Jerman artillery fire nt firc,
was v'o.er.t. but ,t fell off rapidiv
arr r'porioH ,n
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TROUBLE IN RUSSIA
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STOCK HOLM. September 13 Graft
oirlVi.i* !;n/',har" ?f Rtiasian
, I hft', *',fJ 1 shevik rule has
not been able to <uir rn s evil. C?r. the
contrary. **>? ob.-cr.er.< of the Ruf
? p.n po i i ti c??i f i t u v t: o n. who hare ;tr
frf,n' Moscow the Rolshe
V r k. i n a > e ij r< ^ 111 n c S r n r o\j raped ?-r? -
ruption amenc toe omeialu bv pavtn
salaries tnnifTment to cover bare "liv
ing expenses. They do that not on v
lo save more- for th* depleted na
tional treasury hut on the tneorv
(hat tne Rolsherrki worK not meren
id?aim0nCJ bUt f?r the ,ov' of ihtVr
a 'h'orr may hold goo*
.u ''hevikt of the ideal tvpe
-?and there are few ?rueh ?a -reat rUa
^ k?'1 ^ '.he ar e of" rhe R0|
whV h" ' ?K ' *\f ?*'*'?? of the hene
nt which can be derived from prote-M
h? mlnthu ' ? ',h' ?*??" To th-e
me monthlv salarv of (JfiO or Ron
iub.es usually pa.d to r.mciala of tt)?
second and third cJajsses? nat tona'
wimmlulonari and memnera of tne
C.entral MeentWe receive i fio ruble.
arfWtilrj? *??r *ftt?>n?r l ?wi ruble*
aidttUma) for eaen child? is iniu.'
flcient to boy oread for a fiumly
What Are the
Yanks Doing?
That Is Question on the Lips
of Ecery British Subject
These Days
LONDON*. September '?*.?"What are
the Yanks doing'.'*"
Such was the question on all lips
earlv this mortiiiip. The people ot
Ijontlon are overjoyed with the latest
new* from the i>riti?h front, where
the Htndenburg line has tieen erossert
southwest of Cambrnl. They know
Hv np is moving forward steadily to
get his revenpe for last fall's reverse.
But the question of the hour, the
subject that monopolizes the interest 1
of all Priiain to-day is the American
offensive against the St. Mihiel
salient. >
It is not coing too far to say that
that front to-day is?and will con
tinue to be for some days, perhaps
works?ihe center of the universe, as j
Verdun was railed two >ear5 ago.
News, detailed news, "what tho
Tanks are doinc" is .-online in slowly.;
Here is a summary at hand as this is
filed:
Kxcept for occasional niacnine-pun
fusilades <">n the hich rldce.- and In
the thick woods, the Hermans arc of
fering but little resistance.
The advancing Americans are clos
ing in on the extreme ends of the St.
Mihiel salient.
The German forces, it appears, have
been withdrawn to the second line,
where thev are making a despen-ate
stand. .
Many Teutons, terror-stricken by the
fleets of tanks, closely followed by
waves of American infantry, threw up
their hands ami rushed forward cry
ing "Kainarade" and "Peace."
An extraordinarily l.irpe forte of
airplanes is aidins the drive.
r
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?'hlrh Oi-urri-d M?n<li<v. Scptemb. r at his
?l'Un\r> borpe. I.roliin. Fltliantia County, Va.
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"MKhty-aoven yoars. II*1 was l??r 111.1 n\ \ears
a resident of Kb hmond lie i? sut cited bv
two d.iuchtors. Mrs. s. N Whu,' 1 It. i.I
yillc. N. C. ,-in.I Mrs W I! Wats..11 ..f
Roanok 0 l; a pid.v N 1 ?
tUCKK. - Entered Into te-t .1! a \|
September is. I->| < w I I.I.1A M II l.li'KH'
ill the scv ont t font , h \. 11 of Ills a?o
the home Of Ins son-in-la?. |; Cecil Uar
lick. !>0.i Sctnlua r> Avonu
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C1. 2 - -*0 o'cloi 1,. 1 ii 1 or in* nt private.
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at Marshall II.ill Twenty-lifth and Rroatl.
_I.O.sT AMI I OI M? 7
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pin with r*.-d. white a n < i blu-- rildion ai
taeheil. between Fifth Franklin and Sixth
Rroad. Howard it loll .?! Titties Pispatcit
office
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tation ticket No 7U4I. Soutli.ro Railway,
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PUnKl.Y Pl-:its<>\ s
WAN'TEI*. th. naiitoy and addresses of the
relatives of Frank < onb-y who |ft \"|r
ainla 111 the full of 1 st.t,. his father. Austin
Co II lev. alol liwllur I'llarlotle l"oii|ey
iliai.ien Iiame M. lirnle. Ila vine dl-.l 1 lie
same v.ar and lea vine auoth-r son, 'Coin
I'onlev. Writ.- Frank foiii.-v. Fairbury. Neb.
Uiiil.ii iike I,, a.l'.p; l-..v baby between
see of nine and fifteen months old with
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nection with the partnership All person*
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years I reien's and .1 sirovs Infe-uoii
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A. It T.i - r. 1- ^ jtrnafi Strop*
FORD taurine. J?"?0
B5.,.%",PK?.-1?16 ,our,n= car- excellent con
an ion. }?..?)
11AXWK1.1. tourtns car. 151*. Jti.o.
CA ri TOI> MOTOR CORP..
SIM West liroad.
TIEO -IPIT Keo tuuritit perfect eonditlon
,rJ"n <?'> v miie> owner dralt.-.l
rhis is an excepn,ina| liar c a in ,v s
Ant.1 Mipplv. til Kay 1 I vr<.? d
SAXON Six. model | ?1 s. "price SS.%0 i ora c t7
call* new Maxwell. 1117 model i.r,,'
fited' si^'e1 t!*'?ro,1?hl> overhauled and not
A ^;.?|Ta noXcr"vM re Apply W.
SPECIAI. SAMS
LShU CAR WEEK
r? before bi;; raises sure to
m" 0 liav. jpMiaj trivcj, on
car.? for ope week only lnt"
I Savcn Six Tourinir
7 |S!""' *'-?? Tourincs. I'MT
I Islir.e Koadster. 1317.
I l.an.latiicl .w? xircll.
I M 1 \well Tourine !">I5
I i.rant Tourinjr. I f.| 7.
I K.ird Tourimr. II,,
j r ord Tourint. 1511.
. S'u.ieb.iker Tounnrr 1514
1 .ris? 0- Wire Wheels
, ' *v"rl.?nd )\unahout
1 < hevrolet I'ourine
1 1 ARGA1.VS.
1 i^n It i?ul>U< .
J <>n*.-ton lfenh\.
Smith Forni a -'f ruck.
1 Hudto.-,: liiuxtim.
i'v.'.".'N V 'vAK MA I.F.S i'O..
? ^ ??.! Street
UAKF u S,^i? '} ,KOr<-\:-A-TRUCK
V!Mo|rstr^rr
1 1:1 ' K ~ ~ar< r',la'" v trucks at
Co?^*?lo ffmi Uriaii Kfreef1, Molu' Sale.
'1 BA K Elt Roadster biffeent hiirpAIn in
. fhHM I VA i. .MOT* 11: 1 JO
13ei? t r'u. i .s i H ' brand-newr one-ton
x
t%ai?"tsn g.'SMni'jmi'b* ba"
THIS WKK K 'S USED ('"A R
BARGAINS
STL'PRBA KKit ? 4 - 4? Good tire, ,-.o?h
|; "*ln1, cor"1 mocha nical condition, only
Pl^TJ|,nRo?e?hanled ^"p'ted
cood ? e n h : ,
lunsr for : 1 cht oel .. ry. each >;00
STf'PKRAKER "ill r four
lfi0nrly paJn,*?' r-' <?P. =00-1 i,re?. only
l.shl Six Jum like n-w.
PTITPKRA KER ? J 1| 7 Tour-n- v
r * I n? ?d co..d l.ri..' Newty
hanl^fj <!-.*? . ?irn?lrirly ovr
IT.SC. '? nr? O.IJIS condition. |Ui.- like nen.
^ ?am,ed r,r?.
I5r.ii ' ' ,,?n|cal condition. A t.ic huv at
7.?,^n:V.hs^ t,r"
5TI* r>Kn A k-frn civ 1 1
run ...00J nines 1 n"w> "nlv
Jl.2ir nines Owner lea vins city ?y
l"<?r.r.B 1117, like new. A haryain at
bar-pains h\"| sho'nt'l"! fir,
- - ..o,nt .-,^U,S5S1",gefhuVr.",i??rn-::* m?'
or'."." r?
Coburn Motor Sales Corn
Randolph l_Sjft 1*17.*?J w It
<;a i ns
Franklin late fnode, h,vD n?w"
?-he^ro/-^ri,,T.'v 'urZnT'"*" ,oar,n?
Ford de"very, pa n-i^^odV.
? -v >' ?'?" NW-rurr
iA?-7-t',C motor CO..
-? HOTELS AMD RESORTfr
_ VIIUil.MA
PfTOUT OF THE CITY
fio I: Wachapreague. Eastern Shore, Va
?'b?ss;?v!x "r ?; -
ri?<& ?;
leta Rome >.i 1 ? .your comfort llook
c^p? ci?u-uA*on y?"
nrenrne. Va. -MI.AR.s. Uacli.i
\ti.*xtic? 4 rrv, .1.
JLAMAC
I
V l_M? ? t . ? ... ? ? J? ? ? 1
AU lU lUVo ?? nil .u?n*k in.i \ *in
Int'I'C JlO UUIIID. Itll'llulutvU lilul,
610 ItrooK A' I'liUi-. .Madmon I <07.
AUTO ruimirliiK ? UMdaluvtlvn utiatant'cl.
It. Iti?>i" y. i'li.!' XV. itiiMil Unii _ V<J?.
AI'TtI.XII*111 Mi I'AU money un \our
automobile purl* by havini; VX'llliur F.
Uoli-oli. Snj ItrooK A veil lie. duplicate the
*???! lor * oil Xx e mii?<> b.ne nil kind*
i>f MiaKlM'lii; Ito.cli. i.l *.* I; KImiikii, Mr*
end Spiildorl A i mi part* tin S|illlilorf."
AU I'UMOl>i I.K rAINTIMl
IlKS'l ?i?'|iiiiuii.iiiiii only the beat mate
rial* u?i ?) luittul ?<? ltuii. bat isfavlloa
luaranln'il
CI IA It I .liS WIIITB.
?IJljjSJ ? ill) Noii It l_U ury SI reel._
. bUUmS Uirgn i-luvll ul Ford commercial
bod'e? lo bun :*?jur buMliesA. \XV can save
>?u money. Wi. <lo <<il llio work It) our
chop* l|ead<|tiarlci s- lot automobile bodies
1 A. .\l?'> < Sims jai Fast Cary.
? CAP ft A 7." a'f io~M i I'I.l ???.?.. '.-IK North
NI III li. 11 ? i ?. ? 11;? your i irut xvlillc you wait.
'tni lit ii iiii.i. aiu roll CO.. Twenty -sixth
ami IIiiiiki. Iti'pa IrlOK dotio b> skilled
Mll'l'luillii ? .It | ? l Ivi: coii.i Ullt Willi SUOll
\\ orU im i ii ,|i i ii
I IK li !?' .. I.II I line I'.oinl ."-park Flints' i!" ?
Vclop imwcr. Il'-\lhtlll v .imi irniliomi
Massc) .v i'u? illnlrlliii ors North Adams.
| l-'AO'l'Ol! V radiator ropaltvi XV. Uluuike
i? I I i-iiiyt litoail. .Xiinllyon 1610.
KKKi: air Ii" hi. v. liter. Q. A S.
A lllo Snpplx . !' I I K. I .l .'.nl
[ GIST Horvlci ? >ii yuur too upliolmcriiu: unit
curtains i ? *ikiii*i*iI i In*
NATID.NAI. AUTU TOP CO..
10 /XV. Iit*n.<*i .Sill" I __ ^ lUn. *78t>.
I GUARANTEED si-nut. wini everything you
need lot' \oUi car. l.liiiiiKcr-Alaop Lo,
J I.e. Auto Supplies* SUV x\ . ?t llruad.
MOBII.OIK '.x. in ? Kill loll iota, i..u gallon;
y no i ui. .-11 '.u. ? 11 ? ? i I tro
oLu TlItBS MAliK NB\V.
UV 15.11 s t?i nioue r? t rt-ailiii- ptocey* Hell
It -1 'I'yro Co.. but) XXi.nl Htmnl.
|> A R'l H ' .'ii i:i'i.r,\ ?! - i nil welded
t one I hoi*. a I. !?' 1 'Mi i i nc. .. 17 tVi'iii Hrcad.
x iM ANiv-.iNi; i.i-i ii i-a' <? .von tuoiiev.
ItlQll J in I I :r? > IM XV, Ilrouil
' A MBYKK'R SONS tiewduuariera for Forii
commercial oodien H?r every business.
; TAIiAlAN AUTO SUIMM.V CO.. INC.
"KviTvihin" hi a fi<-<-or\ !ltie"
Al)TO> lull tiutl'i I.AII.ibhS. 12
Ali'l'US tor hire*. N 1. Itliodea. MM l.aal
l.lroii'1. Maill.-ott l_l jl.
AI i OS i"r liii' . >1 ?" i>vt* hour. Mayo Auto
Supply ij- .Xiad ________
AUTO MO 111 I. LiK For nir. J i S; and *3
per h"tir. t'a ntel. lioulev ard i^ Jji 0-J.
OA KS?-llooniv imI!? li'i t>ii.'Hj>ur?* or riiioo
pint: Si tl, 1. ..II ner limn UaII. >135-J.
CBNTIt.X I.'li.MIAUK. lu..:. X\"i*.?i Uru^d. Itan.
801. Flrepruot stiructuie. at oani heati-d.
XX't lia\<.* rootti lor a J?'\v more i-ar? and
??mall truck!! ^oriiri' ? i.acp before u-inter
A. P. GENTRY, bicycles, tires' and sundrlea.
608 XX'est Kroad. Kandulu!) 3031.
m siy i:ss st:nt ill
iilm.xioss si;ii\ ii i.-> iii- i i:iti:i>. in
Ul.AS^biS -XX t. KI T ANU HAKK I'llKM.
Kl-I.lt> HA V f'lSIHUK O li . EVtisilUHr
SPECIALIST. SKl'uNI) A.NLi CUT
STH IJK'I'S MAIUmiN I^KU
li.AlvL>\\ I'AUSTS, FLUOK
bTAlNS.
?122 WEST BROAD STREET.
I'llONE MA DISC N oijjl
IJ1J5A liAHDVVAKE CU.
PACKING?Kurnlture. ihina anil wedainr
orcsenlH Hacked and sliii>ue<l ?illi care.
Movlllu atld tlaulltlkt donu t?v Ji'.uli Ltuiauf.
l b.me
hliaiii tiooi iik lUirilrtsfinir
Kaclal Al '.KHace II.mh. arint
ncoilbs iiAiuuirtissiNi;
iAlU North I bird .Siiect^
SIGN PAIN I'KU?C. II. SinlTh T07 West
i : I I '.1 11_ I : a lld'M nil I
1.11; I ? I*. I; nun* iiruiiu.i Mat-: I'.nr Mens now.
\\iiiiiiii i^i llo\ii>. I.... i. .Maui.
JAHKNb ItHiJb.. leio-lirs, .ill. Kaiit Main
Street, liuy. m;li. cii tianu>* and l;t
l UAMoNUS I.N T11K LA I'hS t"
HVVI.KS. Old cold and mlver always taaeu
in ??i'lnn??
A.MKIiICAN NATION A I. DBT ECT1X" B
AOBXOY. '.'il Ku.n Main Street. Haw. 1338.
l?ll> you -? ' luRlvleni heat this paot Mcanon
from von t' am? l*o ih ? j on nrrfl mvi
frini:- SotithTij A>be?to.- M.mufaci urlns
Company * ______
lli-JA'l 1 M. AMJ Pl.t UJIIMi. ?U
.i XV "l 111 l;.~ r* i.v .V i'ij imin iiniic. ilnnins.
via ii i :ic -i* -to\i.- i mil ' I'd Prompt
.? n i' ?_ _ I " i N Ninth St Kin 11*'
~ " JOHN II ItOSki .V CO..
PI.CMKI.Nt: hi-aiin^. imnitiK. repairiar ac
llcitvd ti North Thirlecni n Street. llan
del: h :<U?
MUX IM.. HAUIiIM;. .yrOHAfilO 1*3
VH ANSI- KK A N I S l'? 'KAOfc- Smith A
111' In dintrthutorr XX'hn? 'ru*.'U8 12-M-14
Kuril l-'ifteenlli Madlaoii 971-?-3
CL1'.A> Ai-O S I'tiIt K ?XVa litrd. l .? clean and
atcre vour rites- utnl?r a cuaraiiiff ai;ain?t
mot Us. XX l*'red llii*haril?"ti Securltv Slor
tei' t'oitmanv. Inc.. Klrcproo! ^torai;o for
H'iUK'-holit iloodti Main and tielvldere tjta.
Kaii'lnluh *>43
MoviNO?XXill move vou lo anv nart of
cltv or country anv dav anv time ver*
t'M?oi.^ble. I.et me tiuur* on 1ob. R>n.
I7 4.-.I or Xlad 4ES;i llav rides a suectallv
l-'iii* I ruck
\i*.i\lNii J lt t"?r hour no-r iarc* n^w
S' rv|i f . low rafs
I!, i i o i n c t ?> pe
li-ad over cheap.
MOVING?See A. Bowles tor tiav rid*-* and
miivinit of all Kinds 1'iiv idione iiatidolpb
12 'J', mcht. Ua tul ol till 1 >;33-J
1 * A I 1. Kit*'I IIAN.-THK ? M' ? \ i ii .* a ti'l ha ul -
i r,^ "I allKlli'ls. p.
P M.N'l INt;
PAIN I I.NO?F.
t'aintini;: nicna
FrutiKhn Mai*: batl
?Itl.N l l.\t. ,\ S U M X I III.XDKt, Ui
pit l N i lNO ?iiuy vuuf printing troni tna
biiFin'-nh buildura. Cornell -v Cocne. Han
dol I'll I 4i>
1.1 sTnKSS CAIIIjS?l.oon. li.7a. Positively
the 12 ill kind Leake Irintinic Co.. 15
Nonn_:-"?v<i;nth S'reel
I'llUj-'tiSSlOiSAI. SKI! X ICKS. 'M
til-Aaal.b ? i ticiliian Ij. liutsuiiK, e>e aiieuui
lat. only colored uptomeirm'. in city.
Noi'to Second Kan 31 '.*3 h'y? itvated.
OPTOMBTHIST ? i>r. A. i'. Mehl. r'-sistered
optometrist, evest t -sled II XVeat firoan.
it liPA tit I Mi a mi Mli.XUX A I IM.. aT
CAHPfcJTS?Old cartieia uiade over into tie?r
rutin. Kicbitiond A^uini; to.. \S . XX*. Muao*
ley Aittr . -1 I N Ninth- Mad. 3182.
HATS ? XX*e clean thrni like new X erra Hat
XX'orks. -11 Norib First Street. liaudoli/O
80S.
llAi> ? XXi' '.lean I hein Itki- new l.idi'y* and
S'li'fi' ."Hi"* nil i in uc nuiior. Cr>.?tat 11.it
XS . h .. c ? i.a ? i S\ a ! it
MA *i I It l*.Sh KS Voijf olil iiMltrci'.i made
ii-a b> G, .-m ul. itnn P-Jig
Ol.l' nabv I a I i*ia ? mad*: new. Kins * Fur ?
lulu:'* 11' if. i" ? a i. I *' ?? N Kn.-t _ Can. *.'^.'.ii.
PIANO i lining and rcnairlnc by expert
worhinan. Jo.s. Hoop .v Co.. First and
Main .Sir els.
uruic that'., Kliiiraiit'*<'d \v
I..i ' Main .Xlad
UPHol.STKIl ING Ciiitcd L-l'lioi>teriti{ Co.;
drap?-ri".-. t eupli??laterliiK; rlip coven, win
do** -liad-r-; ofb <: anil ample room. IU4
I.jrlc Hulldir.ir I'nm.i- .Xladi-on IK.'.
j-.XNITAItX' ? !? a inni; rppainiiB. ex-hanit
iui- oriental t liitb. K a rnbouria n. moved 15
XV ? i I a ?*' *
XX XI' il i: Kl -M It I N' . I.\i"*!t wal'h repair
ins ll'i'ii <> I ii -iiii ii IW7. Scha.if liros.,
Kani llroml Street
\X' ATI II It KPA I It ING Kxp-ri watch ri>
i .I'i'iL. 111 oi I ? ? r *i * * ? ? liar ci.i Terrell P.rof. .
7 " XV'?l 11 road.
Al'ltKK S Ituiii. ilia: I*.' Pail rtti"P. irun.1
silicas'1* and bars repaired. XX'ork a?ii?
lot ami drllviTi'd S itibtaction cu.tianteed
I'n o ?? Itaiiiloltdi t!if*;'i
|iKXV electric shoe factory. 7is Fast
.Xl^in Str-'i'' I'lii'ii" I'.amlol(ill "6i,7.
J 11. NOXVKAN.
Utihi'lstTinc and n* tin tab in it. Saltafartion
guaranteed 2-11 XX'vrat Main Street. !<ou
lr\ar 1 L"47ti
illltil*' P VIM IXI. A HKI'AIIU.Mi. JT- \
I'.I.F.I'il A N I' ISIS A N I ? roof paim prot. . t
vmjr roof XXi ari f'? i' vi'firn Fri? fro.ii
a<*i'l-? Maili- and put on only by us I * r i ? ? .
I- a r'onablt llo*k' ' i aiut I ?* , Mad i.son
I' . ? 11 It.i ul :* rj 11
XX A I. I. PA PI ill. UN-A
UKCOIlATOItS-I in trior and ?*trrior ipcu
ratcra Atiove all we e >??, tile luwsi iu
brie* Chanea XV fine ?' 1 N !? ori h Henry.
I'AI Kl' XV ne r Vi u i:"i t'*.i ilv lo paper vmir
rooms, call A T. OuyiniH'itow. llan 107u.
PAPKHIKXNGING and palnTinK. cail^Mad"
laoii "7i(i SJconomy Vial! I'aprr Co.. JtJ
XX ? h i at > St feet.
I'AI'i.ltlMi ilave vtoir paperinir <!on? "be
fore ||)i! ru?M XV.. lai rv I ne iiioai e. t
line XX alter ti I'laVucd .V Co .g| NoriO
I- iti ti Sti?*"i _
XX' II X' inn tx 11 e i Ii'im' i on inn paiTcd now*
I.el n ? <vi"t? V'*iu pipes. Ptoiupl i.ervlca
I i' ftra u>f
TAIMIIIIXb. UH
I. i. ii RMAN I i ?. i ? -** a ii* I Kent le man's
la;.'" I*. XI .11! 18.1 11? I?-? I 1?ll "ftl*. 1
IMI'I.OYMliM
If KM* W A i\'l'?'?l>?>1A 1.1-;. 00
'Ai rt l MK' II A Nit S
WANTIOD. two lirst-class me
chanics; none other than
Kood men need apply. See Mr.
Harris, The Capitol Motor Cor
poration, :ilf) West Broad St.
A i "f*i I MKt;||ANlCH- -Wanted, comnatani
mcch^nlcti. M. I), siono Motor Co., Inc*
liOYS W 4 "ilnl. three active, bricht and
umbl' !?"?? boys ?<> work in our .ship pins
departni'-iii. Oood nay trom the Mart. and
i'\i'i>l|rti' opportunity for advancement.
s Is I" " Hours S lo 6:30. Half-day
i.ff H.itin -ill> .?< Sec Mr tluilcy, <11 Bast
M>i In snot
liiiY Wanted. in work in *ncon vhop.
I: i. ? 11 i r? i son ttro.s.. ?; I .*. Rrnol, Ay?n ue.
I tii V \V will o<l, I'oliirfl boy o\cr ,?itlri>n
v . ar.< old tor pvrior. Itrinc references.
Tarrn-t I'rug Co.. I Went Hro.nl
H11V Wanted. for olliic Mud mrKwncr
work I * ii 11 I ime or after school hourn
A i ? i?I v n ?? 'I' r i v '-l? th* III* ma ii oc Mill I ? 11 n k
IK IV Wanted, to work III office anil learn
l.usin-'M' Write. dintliii; age and salary
,|.ni.-.|. I' *> Itox 151. Itlehmond.
|!i>\ WWNTKI i Reliable boy to lea rn phar
niai\\ Muni be It- or over. Apply at
I" It H. i'hviIii'h llruc .Store.
I'.MII V K I'M A K Kit Wanted, an all-around
cabinet maker for sdlip work. Otic undt-r
Mai? ? 11iii; the m.ikinu over of olil mahogany
preferred. Apply 52S Mich Street, l'cters
I' IJ r:: x .< _
CARKI t-;ltS ? Wanted, names meo It to 41
wtehinu trv exu niinat iujis for Richmond
mall carriers *83 month. L ?D7. earn
Ti nk y? I?isnatch
tl.KKN.-- Wanted, two first-class sreneral
store i-|erk? for ?ounlrv Ht ore. Must be
n bote iir lie|<?w iho draft ace Apply In
i . r.?i-n or .?d'lr-*s "II." I.''e_lla 1L Va _
ill Afl-IKt K w A NTKI?. TO URIVK CITY
IM-JI.I VKIt V WAGON. ON1.Y HIOII
ORAUE MAN NKKII APPLY". RICIl.MONU
lli:\ iiiX>l>H *.'Q
Wanted. Chance for ad
abil't.v i.s jnnwn Citizens'
I <..iii > ?i-1? ? i v ?i7 East llrn.nl Street. _
? . ? I ? >U l-;i i MAN Wanted. to learn can
blot kins tiood w.n-e> Apply Etchison
ll.?i Co I .-1 Vlrcinia Street.
oHalsiJtSK I'KEtib cLlCDEKS ?aai?d,
Steady work. -:ent nours. good waera
V || V MltfMI A- Hotehklsa. ______
DRl'O CI-KUK8?Wanted, experienced drm
clerks. Can uae unregistered men. Oood
salaries J C. Oorsucb i Co.. Newport
N * w Va.
iTui'i'- i'I.ERK -Wanted, a first-class druc
, Irrk in a Orsl-i-latip druc store at a rtrst
i I.,.- siiUri Refer?nces ex<handed. J. I -.
snelluiKy. !?-'> Mull Street. Sotuh lili-h
nintlil. Va? .
m;i tiUtllMI MAN Wanted. experienced
,lr\ ma n State at", experience at>d
?a I a I \ ilariisbcreer's Hepartinent S;ore.
I laiiville. \ a.
i-;i.h;? i nn i \.-? An experienced electrician
>u>ri. m large hotel, Must have joo.1
r. tf rem> ??.<r-rotind .lob '.iood pav. with
r(,.i)ii .< r.<1 tioaro Address i>eoree F. Adams
iiian.?~- 1 Motel Cha mberlln. Fort Monroe,
\ *
Hl.ECTIllCl A N a?
ELECTRICIANS
WANTED
AT THE FOUNDATION
CO.'S PLANT,
SEVEN PINES, VA.
CAN USE 20 INSIDE MEN
AND 20 LINEMEN
AT ONCE.
APPLY TO U. S. EMPLOY
MENT OFFICE,
910 EAST MAIN STREET,
RICHMOND, VA.,
OR AT U. S. BRANCH
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
SEVEN PINES,
RICHMOND, VA.
PARMER Wanted white ru? n to -(|i c?n
eral farm ?nr'? on small farm situated
t (teen t ii ] I * p from Itichmond Musi have
r? ffsrenire For further information writs
P" tina ?"r r \ I nit a i joochland i"*oun' v. \'a
KAUMEK?
FARMER W A N T F. D
1 will pjv STfi per month and board for
cood man who will a only at onr?. The
riirhi man shall be taken into mv home and
iiih'iq 'ne of the famtl\. Prefer man who
lik?s dairv wor?. Pt-rmanent plate. Ref
erence* r-omred. Aidress B M. Orundv.
Jr. Wtlliamsburc. Ya
FIREMAN-Wanted a fireman at Central
.state Hospital. I'etersburz. \'a Applv at
hospital or to W F. I iffffrv. superint-n-leni
liAIIOR wanted. \S't|i pay tupnotch wauea
Pav 'lav eicrv day A M Wa l\up Co
UBOKKItS
THE FOUNDATION COxMPANY
OFFERS YOU A JOB AS
SKILLED OR UNSKILLED
LABORER.
War work for all men leaving
nonessential industries. The
chance for inside men to earn
good wages at healthy ouUide
work and at the same time help
the boys "Ovel- There" to get
ammunition to lick the Hun.
An unusual opportunity to
work on the line of offense at
home at good wages, and you
can shortly increase your earn
ing capacity. This offer ex
tends to all kinds of men, both
white and colored, who are
forced to seek employment in
war essential industries, or to
other patriotic Americans who
arc willing to start at the bot
tom.
If you mean business, cut out
this ad, put on your old clothes
and present it to U. S. Employ
ment Office, yJO East Main St.,
Richmond, Va., or at the U. S.
Branch Employment Office,
Seven Pines, Richmond, Va.
Experienced laborers, track
men, hoist runners, pipe caulk
ers, metal workers; in fact, al
most any kind of skilled or un
skilled labor. This job is an
ideal location, furnished free
transportation to and from
Richmond. Work seven days
a week.
Apply only at the above ad
dresses.
MACHINE AND BENCH
MEN?Steady time at
good pay on government
work. Montague Manufac
turing Company, Broad
Street and Belt Line.
"AN wanted, flood aalary. Slniter S?wlnir
Machine Co. < N'orth ICichteenth Street.
MAN ? Wanlod. to farm a ROft-aere farm.
Annly nr write C. E, SprenWle, IS North
Bifftitb Hirefll. Richmond. Va.
it:,if ? ?MKi)-)iAi.b. au
I MAX?Wanted. If communicate with u re
' 11.11>1?> am) capable man to train h nhnoilnr
flog. Adilrr".1! I*. 'I. Hox IQ:i?. Richinond.
, MAX ?
(VANTRD. ?sp'ri*nc?d man t?
operate paper coating mx -
i hin'. Permanent niMtlon; c?"rt
w?r?.?. Mercer Coated Paper
Co.. Everett. Mnw.
.
j
| MAX?Wanted. tlrst-clase. experienced whim
j i'resh meat man for branch house work
I Apply Armour A Co.. 30V North Seventeenth
Si reel
. MES
I '
MEN IN NON-ESSENTIAL
INDUSTRIES!
The street railway lines of
this city arc regarded by the
Government as very essential
|in transporting war-workers to
and from their work.
Without men, the cars of
these railway lines arc power
less to perform the scrvicc re
quired of them as would be
military officers on the battle
fields without their armies of
men.
YOU CAN GET INTO ESSEN
TIAL WAR WORK
TO-DAY!
Our company needs men, and
it needs them to-day! The fact
that you arc inexperienced doe.s
not disqualify you any more
chan it would disqualify you for
field service. Experts will teach
vou to serve in this branch of
essential work.
If you are not now engaged
in essential work, this is your
jhance, and il will pay you well
Call on Mr. II. L. Smith,
Superintendent, Reservoir Ter
minal (end of Main Street line),
or on Mr. \V. F. Bryce, Super
intendent, Seventh and Ferry
Terminal, South Richmond,
and talk it over with him.
But, Do It To-day!
VIRGINIA RAILWAY AND
POWER COMPANY.
MEN?16 TO 45
TKAftS OF AO E WA.VTKD
W'K are th?- largest manuf?< t urer> of tele
phone equipment in the aroria ami' rn \ ?
? number of orenltig" in out MVluhboa rd
InsitillktlAn branch for men The work i?
rl?an ?afe and higtil> tnlereMing Xo ex
p?.rtenc? nerennrj We te^eh *ou at our
nptn>r Liberal wjji with full :->a>- while
learning Men with talent fot lc?.d?rjhip
< an advanve rapidly to kiipert uorv craat:
A ..ply
WESTERN ELECTRIC THAIS'INC
SCHOOL Kuf. INSTALLERS.
? 09 E*?: Grarf Street.
Basemt r.t.
MEN?Wanted, toi-ui m?:n tn our bottling
department. tieaufont Co. UarrUon and
PIa\ Street"
llE.SiiLNGKKS wanted. Can use icveril
bo>? with wheel* ai mc>ian(tri Apply
t)e!lt?ry Department. Weitern Union Tei?
graph Company
MEN?
I
WANTED, two good, reliable
colored men for work in and
around manufacturing plant.
Apply C. F. Saucr Co., Meadow
and Broad.
i
MEN AND RO VS?
WANTED, men and boys
to deliver messages;
ran earn good wages.
Apply Delivery Depart
ment, Western Union
Telegraph Company.
office coy?
WANTED, bright office boy for
bank. Good opportunity for
advancement. Reply in own
handwriting, giving age and
references. Address J 19, care
Times-Dispatch.
i PAINTERS ? Wanted. 10 cood painters fw
railroad work out of town. Can ueo a few
inexperienced men. Fit' lodging. Pay
I ML' 1-2 cents per hour. Apply to W. l>
Timmons. 1210 North Twenty-eighth Street.
| Phone Randolph 9f.9 I
! PAPER HANGERS ? Wanted : bent wages
paid. A. Hrt/.er A Son.'. TPS West Main. _
! PHARMACIST ?Wan'- i. Woman preferred
Steady po.?|.ion. The Memorial Hospital.
Rroad and Twelfth Stroeis
PRESSMAN ? Wanted, lob. Steady position,
with cood pay. Eight hour* AppIv
' WUIiams Printing Company. II Nortb Four- i
I teenth Street.
PRINTING department need* help- romniwl/
i tore, press feeders, etc. \\ r |i?v as much
; as any printing office m Richmond. Mako
it pleasant while you are here. work short
hour system, and have ideal surroundings.
If you want a cood toh ami want to Brow ;
with a sron'inc huMneii*. see our Mr. |
, Waurh. manager printing department.
Southern Stamp and Stationery Company.
Twel \ e -Si\ a_t oni ?
If-ORTHR wanted. Apply Preed Co.. 215
East Broad.
PORTFRS ?Wanted, at once. several colored
porters: cood atronc hoys of IV year*.
'Apply Thalhimer Hros employ mont ollitt,
i 206 North Fifth Street
SALESMEN?Wanted, three; light, healthy
oUiUtiui *ur?, 4.JW ho in eauU day ur fuil
time Liberal pa v III t'??J Hroad Street
SALESMAN oT'onerieV and tact lo sell new
newspaper advertising services of New
VorW house. $i.n on nver?*? as In. Exclu
sive working fle|.j: po collecting. If en
gaged one of our lleld men will sell In your
Rresence and Instruct you Phone J. II.
yder. at the Jefferson Hotel, between 0
and II for appointment.
SALESMAN?Wauled, "at once, an experi
enced furniture salesntin. Married man
preferred. Permanent poaltlon. Excellent I
?alary to right party. >1 t2, care Times
Dispatch. I
lli:i,l? WAXTKP?MAIiH* no!
SCORER?Wanted, and paper!
cutters on paper box work in
essential plant. Apply to THIS
RANDOLPH PAPER BOX CO.,
Ross Street.
SHIP WORKBIIS?
SHIP WORKERS
If you .are skilled in the fol
lowing lines of work we need
you:
COME?DON'T WRITE.
RIVETERS
1IOLDERS-ON
HEATERS
STRUCTURAL IRON
WORKERS
BOILERMAKERS
PIPE COVERERS
SHIP FITTERS
MACHINISTS
OR
MARINE ERECTORS
The Metropolitan (New York
City) district is yours from
which to choose your home sur
roundings.
Apply
SUBMARINE BOAT
CORPORATION
Employment Office.
Newark Bay Shipyard,
PORK NEWARK. N. J.
SlillTL'.K Man *z*- b*r<|v*.arq
or Mjopiv 'xprrirn<<* l'^rin*
nrnt K'l?. with tt'Svatifmem for inir
fn*?n *r\ to start. J?,0 Jo 170 t??r nion h
S .1 'r ac?* ? xncrirr.. c in re?>l> J 17 ?-???
< l II ? ? ? I ?: .?* r* t ? ) !
SHOK SAI?t?SMAN -Wnnted emeriin
?<hor s* i> a:" '-x i?c? ? * m
.??Alary 1 Inrnabrtctr's L>?:uartmi.*iit >}???!*?
'** n vtUr* \_m^ |
? ? \ J lONKHV'KNbYNKKR WAntM. *n
ptIcip id ;?t;<tionrrv fnsin"rr for ?? ??rl n
larc hot*'! Mun rvf**i - i\?"
fear-round loh Good oa> nnd rooiii
hoaM Audr-?i"o K nixr.;?4?i
fto?t < >nb??rt in. For: M ot >ro?? V*
SThNOUHAI'llKaH^Milf, at lilRh alar
a rr in ?r> .(! (i^m;in?l Sr* un Mboul h ih
? iicli ? our?r d*v ;tn?i c^eninJ
Mhm^v ? *??11*r?
i kn? >?iVi.Vl'lfwf'TvJn*t?'.jT ~<IoT mat
*i?"noirr? nhir with Vtn'Alrdsr
iiookl."-p)nc Inirrtitliir ?tea>)> ?nir>l'>>
rn'r.t lt> Richinnn'l. JlJj n^r munih T'lr
i ll"' ? ;? n.l"l i'li ?" ?
SUKKT M II'I A t. WOllK hJKS ?
WANTED,
SHEET METAL
WORKERS,
BOILERMAKERS*
HELPERS.
GOOD WAGES; I
STEADY WORK.
RICHMOND
ENGINEERING CO.
Brook Avenue at S. A. L. Railw;
TKSTKP.S CAL'I.KKRS AND RIviSTf
wanted on covirnnKn! work in medi
si/''! t*nk shop lii a bcMitlful i-ity In Mm
Sand Good wage* and living rondiiii
ddr?*-I. *> 4? ar?* Ttm-s ? 1 >ist?a tch
VOL'Mi MAN. .?i\teon or ??vnl?fn O
future lit l.-arn liufin?.is. Address J
'?iif Tini?-lli.-iM,.i h
WANTED, printers and j
press feeders on govei
ment work; essential e
ployment. Also a pro<
reader. Best pay in the ci
Virginia Stationery C
Ninth and Gary Streets.
HKI.I' W A XTKIJ?KU.M A I.J^
ROOK K BtePBR?Wa nted, comneirnt
assistant bookkeeper and stenographer
desirable position. Address iti pun h
writing gl vine particular* and salary
peeled II Sll rare Times-Dispatch.
OIRt?~ Wanleit. for g'-n'ral house ?
washing and ironing. J.S p?-r #?fk. r
fferem-es. >4 North Allen Avenue..
Gl ft I.- - Wanted, a girl sort* dispenser.
nk??_S-'f' Koi Hroad Street.
GIRI.S wanted. Huyler'a. 221 Ea?t B
Street^
GIUL3?
WANTED, girls for work in
sential plant. Good wage
competent people. UNION J
VELOPE CO., Sixth and C
Streets.
GIRLS ? Wauled, clrls. women. Ooven
positions. 30,000 vacancies. 1100 nr
Write tor list positions Franklin Inn
Dopt 731-O Kochestor. N. Y.
(1IKI.S dcsirlnc llpht. pleasant, dip
office work, with cood hours and spl
mv. should take our shorth.ind-typow
course. Reasonable rates: day and a\
seHwinn.mhwv Muslnens Policee. L
abVBIIXMKNT civil service exainln
everywhere October 3. I'.'.Ortn \
clerks to be appointed at WashlnKtoti.
arv 11.200. Kxperloncc unnecessary,
men desirlne covcrnment positions wri
free pa rtir.ula rs ,1. C. Leonard (f
rlvil service examiner). 691 KenoU Bu
Was hi nuton.
IIOl'SKK BBf'ISR-?Wanted, a house
for widower with three children, vo
nine years old. Will pay fair was
rlirht party. Address .1. K. t'jootle. (
V ?.
lloL'SK A! A ID--W anted. Applv to
?lohnson. f'll West ?jrace Streei.
LADY?A lady of executive a
i to handle our Richnioud tcrr
For personal interview in Rich'
i on Tuesday, 17th, address W.
Walker. 107 South Charles S
Baltimore, Md.
L.ADI BS? Wnnl'd, threw ladle* tor
outdoor, erfsy work: two or three boi
day. Liberal pay. Ill Kast Broad S
MAID?Wanted! at T5 West Grace,
brine references.
MOTH Klt'S HKLI'KR?Assist with i
and care of two children, aues fl
I two years. No washing. Co>ne t<
Second Avenue. Highland Park.
I PRINCIPAL?Wanted, a lady princl
hl?rh school. Salary. $85. Apply t?
.1. UntCH. Newtown. V a.
STKW A RDKSS?Wanted. competent
ardess for American plan hotel. \
sn f*p?rl. caterer, capable of earninr
salary. Give references In Aral Uti?
.dross L 9U. care Ttmcs-Dupaich

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