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1/1 "ISRAELITES" KILLED
III FIGHT WITH POLICE
RellRlous Si-rt, Near <Jur<*ni?toun,
Itcfusrs to Kvarualc Upon Or
tlrrs l'Voni Government.
I Hy Associated Press.]
'-AI'KTOWN, June 23.?A native
religious sect. which calls Itself the
Israelites," umler a "prophet" named
hnooli, who refused to evacuate, gov
ei nineot land ai Kulhoek. near
Qtlcenslown, Cape Colony. has been
forcibly ejected. losing 171 killed
and 1 -*? wounded in a tight with
mounted Capo police.
I'or some yearn past the govern*
ment had permitted the "Israelites"
? o celelirate "Passover" on a common,
hut each year a growing number of
pilgrims remained behind on what
they called "holy ground" until a vil
lage of some :tr>0 huts had sprung
Up '( he sect forbade anybody to
enter the village, or to recognize
any authority except orders from
Jehovah, the Cod of Israel." as in
terpreted by Unoch, the prophet.
The government some time a?o
endeavored to register the settlenient,
but the police were obliged to with
draw to avoid bloodshed.
I 'eaeefu I efforts by the S'ecretary
for Native Affairs and others to in
dure the "Israelites" to withdraw
failed They steadfastly ret used in go.
I' inally a force of S0f? mounted po
lice moved from Quecnstown to de
mand th?. eurrender of the villagi
Hjtli shouts of "Jehovah says we
'pust fight." t.OfMi natives chat'K'd 'he
police with swords and assegais, the
'a omen urKins on tiie men with wild
reiiupjijj. chants The police let them
<ome <?!! until within thirty yards,
and then tired, with the result stated
1 hereupon the prophet. Kno< h. sur
rendered. and the villa ge is to be
demol ishid
Tin- affair ha a caused sonic : -tir In
'he fit f>e House of Assembly. Pre.
mler Smuts declared that, in view of
?he natives' obstiiii'n v?. there was no
oti i'r way t?? make them understand
'hat they must obey the law.
MILITARY DRIVE AGAINST
CANTON GROUP NOT PLANNED
I Hy Associated Press. I
PKK INC. June IT.,?Ah a result of
3 conference in Tientsin betwe.-n
' ?? neral '"hang Tso-iin. rnilitarv go/
ernor of the Mancliurlau provinces;
' >erieral Tsa-Kun, military governor
"f Shihli. Ilonan a :id Shangtunz,
?roneral '"hnri-vuan. military gover
nor of H u rich Premier f"h:n Yun
I enK Kinancc Minister Chow Tz*
? hi, and others. the provsn?cs in
?luention have agreed to release a
portion of the wine and tobacco rev
enues due to the centra! srovernment
and hitherto withheld for paymen*
"f arrears of pay to troops and mili
tary enta. ?lishment> in order to Jid?
?tie government over the present (1 -
?lancial difficulties. Arrears of troops
will tn- paid in instalments spread
over a period of time.
!t has been announced that no mil
itary undertaking against the Can
ton croup is contemplated.
FOR RENT
POSSICSSION SUPTKMBKIt 1ST.
Apartment in
MARION COIHT 1 K>2 W. Cmic St
t Kooms, Kitchenette and Hath
HI.I.Mi i.VT !!?? North Houlevard
.1 Itooms. Kitchenette and Hath.
MILKrmp IIO^ \V. <2 race St.
.. I too m Kitchenette and Hath
A\ M.ON I ft I N. Marvie St.
n Rooms Kitchenette and Hath.
ItVI.AND COITtT: 1109 \V. Crace St.
Uooms. Kitchenette and Hath.
I. D CAll.NKAI. ^ SONS.
12 North Ninth Street.
Han. I J_?
S; Kort uknt. ^
| West Broad j
S Street " !
| STORES |
W. Hroad Street.
$ \V. Hroad Street. \
^ 1S13 \\". Hroad Street. {
$ u'M m m11.r; co.. inc.. 5
; 12." N. Kighth Street. ' g
Randolph :t |1.
k<>u khnt
Large, Brick Building,
Suitable for Shop;
Garage or Stable
In th.' rear, of I ?# 1 7 KLTJYH AVKNUK,
fronting on good, wide alley.
('HKU'NIN<! & BOXWiY.
North Ninth Street.
!?'< > 11 UK xt.
2nd FLAT
814 W. Cary
Street
Six rooms and hath: hot
water heat furnished. Rental
$.'.0 per month. Possession at
once.
W.M. M. MIM.KJt k- CO.. ixc.,
123 North- Kiprhth Street.
Randolph 341.
For
( ECONOMY
DURABILITY
PROTECTION
Try our Qulxe! AU-Steel
Garage. No delay in orders,
complete stock carricd- in
Richmond.
Call for particulars.
EARNEST BROS.
,815 E. Franklin St.
Madison 6460.
DISPLAY CLASSIFIED
KOK UK NT.
215So.3rdSt.
Kourlctn rooms and bath. I'</k
sesslon July 1st. Rental |8.'? per
month.
W. S. ROBINSON & CO.
FOR RENT
2')7 Went Cracc It rooms
82fi South Meadow 9 rooms
7 Kitst Marshall y rooms
Olt'/s North Ninth Street. i 10 rooms
1 Sir, Kant Marshall r> rooms
211 Nicholson 6 rooms
Also Kla t s and Apartments.
J. THOMPSON llltOWN CO.
KOK KKNT,
Dakota
Apartment
25 NORTH KOI'hKVAKI)
(Third Floor. North Side. Kront)
I Rooms, Kitchenette and Bath.
1'ossosHloti July 1st.
J. I> CAItXKAI. SONS,
12 North Ninth Street.
I ECONOMY I
i r Ol) DURABILITY *
( PROTECTION ?
^ Try our Quixet All-Steel J
^ Garage. No delay in orders. ^
S complete stock carried in ^
: Richmond. $
J Call for parlicularB. ^
| EARNEST BROS. J
> SI 5 E. Franklin St.
Madison ??4?>u.
By N \V. HOWK & SON.
Ileal AU'Ttloiioors
KXl^'l'TOltS* SALK OK
916-18-20 North
I 7 th Street
A N I ?
7 1 5 Mosby Street
At auction on the promises, on
THntsiiAY. jink 1021.
At o o*Clock P M
In order to close an estate, we will
offer th??->* valuable corner proper
ties on Seventeenth Street, suitable
for Investment or warehouse site, and
thereafter, say at
?; IV M .
we will offer that desirable !? or 10
room duelling and lot. No. 71.'. Mosbv
Street ' 'otne assure,j 0f a bargain.
TICK MS: At sale.
VI K< ?l NIA TKt.'ST '-O..
AM KM A O. KKAUKK,
Executors.
AUCTION SALE
OK
ROBINSON
STREET
STORE SITES
NOS jni and 303 NORTH ROBINSON
STRKKT.
W KI>NKS OA V. JUNK 20. 1 r>L' 1.
At .?:30 I'. M
Two substantial brick dwellings of
S r<,,"'m? each, paving a sood iniome
on th> investment as they .stand, and
which. ? itlt a small expenditure, can
!>?? converted Into1 attractive stores
with nice fiats above
He sure to attend this sale and buy
a bargain, which is sure to enhance
in value.
TKK.MS: Ka*>y and announced at
sale.
MOORKKIKLD .<? BLAKE. INC..
A uclionecrs.
By J. I>. CARNK.M. A: RONS
AND H A McCUKDV.
Realtors.
AUCTION SA1.K OK
Desirable and Well
Located Dwelling House
Properties to Settle An
Estate
11 South Second Street.
202 Kast Cary Street.
">02 West Cary Street.
By direction of the parties in inter
est. we will offer for sale on the
premises, on
TUESDAY. JUNE 2?. 1021,
At 4:30 o'Clock P. M..
That semidetached two-stor\ brick
dwelling, No. 11 v. South Second
Street, east side, between Main and
< ary Street-'; ?; rooms and conveni
ence!!.
Immediately thereafter, fay at
5:1a P. M .
That well-built, semidc tached brick
dwelling. No. 202 East Cary Street,
north side, between Second and Third
Streets; alley on cast. l.ot 26 feet
?'? inches.
Immediately thereafter, say at
C P. M..
The brick tenement. No. 502 West
?-'ary street, north side, just west of
Belvidere Street. I.ot 20 feet 7 inches.
All of these properties are now
under rentals to good tenant* at
reasonable i %ts. and *ve well lo
cated. either tor homes or investment
purposes.
TERMS: Liberal and announced at
sa I e.
Any of these properties may be
inspected at reasonable hours by ap
pointment with either of the realtors
DISi'l AY CLASSIFIED
KOH ItKNT.
623 E. Main St.
2.700 square feet. Can be sut>
*livi?tc<l Into 4 or 5 oIIIcck. Now. very
light. Heat. light, .water, janitor.
See tliIk.
RICHMOND THl'HT COMPANY.
Heal Kytatc Department.
DISPLAY CLASSIFIED
FOIL KENT.
SKCOSD FLAT.
1008 Floyd Ave.
Five rooms and bath: modern.
P088CH.1I011 at onoo. Garagr In rear.
N\ W. BOWB & SON.
FOR SALB.
No. 2107 Floyd Ave.
Six-room brlok dwelling. kooiI lot. Prlcc, ?6.250. Low price
to close an estate.
J. D. CAUNEAL & SONS,
1 2 North Ninth Street.
You Can Buy This Home on Terms
Like Rent
Brick. 'J rooms an<) bath; convenient to - car lines. Price. 13.500 ?
only 1.100 cash and the balance payable $40 per month, including prin
cipal and interest. Don't let thiH unusual opportunity pass by.
301-2-3 Y?RXC POWER BLDG.? PHONES RAN.
FOR RENT
Few of the most desirable new, modern apartments
of three, five and six rooms on the Boulevard, opposite
Battle Abbey. Heat, hot and cold water, shades, screens.
Outside Herrick refrigerators. Eclipse gas range. Hard
wood floors and awnings furnished.
Rental September 1st. See
W. E. PURCELL, JR., CO., INC.,
SI7 East Franklin Street.
Buy Your Home on
Terms Like Rent
$ 1,000 Cash?$75 Per Month
INCLUDING ALL) I NT K REST AND PRINCIPAL,.
We offer one of the. most desirable corners in Barton Heights on
these exceptionally easy terms. New and thoroughly modern. Pos
sesion September 1st.
Phone Madison 210 or 211 for particulars
Muhleman & Kayhoe
Realtors,
108 NORTH NINTH STREET
Homes! Homes! Homes!
IK VOL' ARE LOOKING KOR A HOME.
WHY NOT SEE THE HOME BUILDERS OK RICHMOND?
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU.
$4,850
HIGHLAND PARK ADDITION
Six rooms, heated, stucco.
$6,500
Seven rooms, modern, stucco; c-xtra-large lot.
$7,500
HIGHLAND PARK
Six rooms, modern, brick, best avenue, smooth-paved; good lot,
shade trees.
$8,000
GRAN BY STREET
Six rooms, sleeping porch, modern. No better buy on the market.
$10,750
STUART AVENUE
Seven rooms and sleeping porch; most beautiful residential sec
tion.
$11,000
GROVE AVENUE
Seven rooms, sleeping porch, modern and up to date in every re
spect. You will not go amiss if looking for something good and
attractive. . .
Any of the above can be bought on reasonable, cash payment, bal
ance monthly, as you would pay rent.
DAVIS BROS., InC
2510 WEST MAIN STREET.
Boulevard 732. Boulevard 1318.
SUBURBAN HOMES
(NEAR LAKESIDE)
Five, six and seven rooms, new stuccoed dwellings, electric lights, hardwood floors, bath. etc. Near
schools and churches. Convenient to electric car and R.. F. & P. R. R. Good neighborhood. Two and
three acres of land. Moderate In price. Easy terms.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.
DISPLAY CLASSIFIED
FOR RENT
312 KaM C5race?Second and third
floors (modern*
.*.07 'Jrare?First and Second
Floors.
.2613 W'nt Cary Street?Second flat
K.i" North (eighth-? First flat.
Ill North Nineteenth Street
659 North iCiKnth?Second flat.
WAL.L.BRSTKIN KKAI, KSTATK CO..
1112 Kast Main
MSP LA r CLASSIFIED
KOR KENT,
Apartment in
Stafford
?.'007 MOM'MKNT AVKNL'E
< Kirst Kloor).
Room lloiisckocphiR Apartment.
Possession September 1st.
.t. l?. CAKNKAI- & SONS.
I'.' N<?rtli Ninth Stroft.
' C. P. DIVERS
THE EXPERT HOME SELLER
Is Now Associated With
DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR
REALTOR
110 NORTH EIGHTH STREET
If you want to sell or buy a home, see Mr. Divers.
Telephone Madison 49.
By KI,AM & FtWSTKN. A Ron 18.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN
We are authorized to sell at a very unusual sacritice, to effect
Immediate sale. that KM*;ANT RKSIPBNCK, No. lOOrt WKST FRANK
LIN. AT NORTH WKRT CORN Kit FRANK KIN A NI > HARRISON STS..
fronting ."U'-jXlSO feet
This will be fouiul to ho one of the handsomest. most thoroughly
modern, complete anil well -constructed residences in th;it choice local
ity. and at the sacrificial price at which it can now Ik- had a very
rare opportunity is nfforded for securing a most desirable home or a
profitable speculation Wo uru<- immediate conference and inspec
tion. The property must he sold.
KI..\M ft Fl'NSTKN.
BIG OPPORTUNITY
T<> HI V VOL*It OWN HOMK.
We have a new 5-room stucco bungalow at Longdate, on Ashland
car line; large lot. 100x300; electric lights; 1 block from Richmond
Washington Highway. Can sell for only $3,500, on easy torms.
Also a 2-story 6-room new stucco homo, all city conveniences,
for J5.500.
These places should appeal to any one wanting a home in this
growing suburb of our cltv. Besides reducing the cost of living, this
section steadily advance in value. We will gladly show you these
In autos at your convenience.
PKL.K S. ROGKRS & CO..
Madison 17 17. I Mutual Building.
PREPARE TO OWN YOUR
HOME
Is only relief from prevailing congestion. Cost of building; r?duc?4,
creating demand for lots; presently prices will materially advance
Buy yo?jr lot now. We offer most desirable lots .if follows, on
11A NOV Kit AVENUE. BETWEEN BELMONT ANl) CLEVELAND.
STUART AVENUE. BETWEEN BELMONT AND CLEVELAND.
PARK AVENUE. BETWEEN EELM< 'NT AND ROSENEATH.
MAIN STREET. BETWEEN CRENSHAW AND GILMOUR.
Prices and tonus reasonable.
RICHMOND TRUST CO.. Real Estate Department.
Seventh and Main Streets. O. A. HAWKINS. Manager.
Dividends That Are Never Passed
INVEST
In Some of the Following ?>""> FIRST MORTGAGES.
and Your Interest <Dividends) Will Always Be Paid Promptly.
"NOT A DOLLAR LOST IN 111 YEARS OF BUSINESS"
W'e Have Ready for Delivery the Following FIRST MORTGAGES:
{250. $100. $500. $750, $1,000. $1,250, $1,500,
$1 700. $2,320. $2,500. $3,000, $3.50it. $3,0?0.
$5,000. $?;.000, $7,500. $10,000. $20,000, $10,000.
TO LEND OR BORROW, SEE
J. Thompson Brown & Co.
125 125 125
HORSES MULES HORSES
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE HORSES AND MULES
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION AT THE
SOUTHERN STOCK YARDS.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23TH.
Consisting of the Following:
Forty Ohio Horses, including a few pairs of extra-Rood, big
Horses, weighing from twenty-eight to thirty hundred pounds, dapple
grays and bays. The balance will be good smooth blocks.
We will sell at 10 o'clock twenty Mules for the Standard Oil Com
pany. These Mules are just out of work, and they report them extra
Kooil. all in pairs.
We will also sell about thirty extru-good Missouri Mules, in pairs.
The balance will be medium-price Horses and Mules. ?
We will commence, the sale Wednesday morning at D o'clock.
Every Horse and Mule will positively be sold.
We will not hold a sale Wednesday. July 6th.
SMYTH BROS.-McCLEAltY-McCLELLAN CO.
Your last opportunity to secure one of these LITTLE FARMS is fast
approaching. Never will you have chance to buy such a large piece of
OLD MOTHER EARTH so well located for so little money. This sale
has proven that the public of Richmond can appreciate good value in
desirable suburban land. A prominent attorney of this city recently
advised one of our clients that she could not put her money in a piece of
land that offered so many possibilities as
Lakeside Terrace
His opinion is that this would be a thriving community in a few
short years. Watch his prediction come true, but be among those who
will reap the profits. It is advisable to get in on the ground floor before
every one of these LITTLE FARMS are sold.
AS LOW
AS
$29^22 per
LOT
$2.00 DOWN
50 CENTS
PER WEEK
NO TAXES FOR
TWO YEARS
Wouldn't you love to have this beautiful Bungalow on one of these LITTLE FARMS? Of
course you would. How much better it would be if you were now paying for a cozy home like this
instead of fattening your LANDLORD'S purse. *Are you going to continue to let him pull the
wool over your eyes when you can purchase a LITTLE FARM and buy all the material necessary
to build this charming Bungalow for a very small down payment and very easy monthly pay
ments? Wouldn't it be a grand and glorious feeling if you had this little gem of a home where you
could have all the nice, fresh vegetables you could use, plenty of chickens and fresh eggs, and
where your children could grow up to be strong and robust men and women? Let us explain how
easy you can make this dream come true. LAKESIDE TERRACE is located on the Brook Road
(NATIONAL HIGHWAY) just beyond Ginter Park, directly in line with the future growth of
Richmond. It is served by the Ashland and Lakeside car lines, and is only a few steps from the
Hermitage and Suburban Country Clubs.
- i
COME OUT TOD AY?SURE
Take the Ashland car at Laurel and Broad Street on the half hour and ride direct to property.
It only takes you 15 minutes. Our representatives will gladly show you around, and you are not
obligated to buy. OUR ADVICE IS, ACT QUICKLY.
Free transportation. Look
for our representative at Ash
land Station with yellow
badge. He will supply you
with free tickets.
THE H0LL0WAY CO
205 Central National Bank Building.
Madison 5003.

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