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You Get in Direct Touch With the Wants of the Teople in Times-Dispatch Want Ads. They Are lLffectibe to Adbertise Anything The Rate for Classified Want Advertising ls 1 cent per word, Not Cash ln AD VANCE, wlth a mlnlniiun cost of 10 cents for cnch Inserllon. Tho snino rate npplles to deaths, miirrlngos. obltnarlcB and nll pthor clnsslllcd ?no Uces. No dlsplny typo nlloived in tho classified columns. LOST AND FOUND. LOST.?MONDAY, ON Tllllll) ST.KBET, between Canal nnd M&'.n "ire.9tl '"! Mnin street between Thfrd anu Twelfth. oi- ...i east-bound afaln street car i i/i'-k.-t with old Engllsh ln tlal ,i ,,.,'onc slde. Roward if roturncd io Tim< s-DIspatch ofllce. _ BTRAYED OR STOLEN FROJd 743 Worth Flfth streot, Engllsh Btil Teri ier Puppy, threo months old; whtre wlili blnik sbots around eye and .blsok spo on tvi.-k near I iil. Rewnrd if returnod to nbove address. L08T-ON HllOAP STREET. RE ? tween Thlrd npd Tenth, ,1'"hll,'!lar>'1 ? I'l <-, <et Pill (crOSB li|l|'cd wlth gold). Mberal reward if returned to Room GG, Chamber Commorce. ""HELP" WANTED?Male ATU3H1TECTURAL D B A K 1 S M A N wlth exporlenoo on doslgnlng frame dwelllngs, tP po to Chhrlottesvllle, va., pTirmnent positlon for tlie rlKht man. V.'rlto. stntlng age, experjenco anu salary wanted. J 137, c.tro Tlmcs-DlS patch. ^_ ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY carn good inconio corresponding ior n e wspa pers; cxperience un^necessary. Send for patlculars. PRESS SYND1 CATE, l/ockport, N. Y._ BOY Tn R7JN ERRANl'S. 11AKE HIM si if useful m Sloi-b or offlce; chnnce to ndvanee to store snlcsman; also brlght boy about 1?. Apply nt onee. ln person only. SOUTHERN STAMP AND STATIONBRY CO. ELECT?ROTYPERS WANTED FUR THE LARGE l'IU.vn><; PLANTS AND BLECTROTYPING PLAN1H IV NEW VORK CITY. FI N13 li ERS....,.$27.tg. MOULDERS.J27..O0 BATTERY MEN.$27.00 nA''KERS-ri*.$21.00 BUILDERS-UP.$21.00 CALL OR ADDRESS. GIVJNG Ab REFBRBNCET K< IRM Kl! EMPLOYEBS, TYPOTHETAE OF THE CITY nF NEW YORK, S-'O DROADWAY. GOOD POSITION OPEN FOR CAPA W<- voung inun, not under 10 years of :iKp; must bo odiiciitcd nnd wrlto a fair hand; excell'ent opportunlty for promo tion. Smtc ngp, salary expfceted nnd fnrnlsii references. Address G 205, care Times-Dispatcb. MOLDETtS-^NON-UNlON, ON MACHIN erv; stoadv work wlth ycarly contract to good men. P. O. Box 591, Phlladel? phla. WANTED -BY A B A L T I M O R E wholesale dry ROods nnd notlon house. competent Fnlcsmen to handle our sop -?nrnte lines; must have n thorbughly tistablished trade and furnlsh tbe hlKh est references as to their stnndlng and ablllty to nbiy roprcsent us. State amount of sales and territory. Address A 345, care Tlmes-Dlspatch, WANTED--MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade; new system: only olght weeks re? quired; wages Saturdays; tools dp/iated; board provlded; $10 weekly guaranteed when thrnuRh. Wrlte for cntaloguo. MOLER'S BARBUR COLLEGE, 1"! Princo street, New York city. WANTED- SEVERAL SOLICITORS for the sale 6f hlgh clnsa suburbSn real estatc; guaranteed salary and i-oin mlsslon if doplred; opportunlty tn mnke $150 per month upward to good men. Apply K. L, SNOWDEN, 1103 East Maln Street, between!) ahd 10 A. M. WANTED-YOUNiJ MAN WITH TWO or three years' oxp'erlencc ln drug husl ness; must be nble to read presciiptions nnd corhpound same; not neccssnry to lio. reRlstered; nian from country pre forrrod. Address Box 912, Norfolk, Vn. WANTeTT- REGISTERED PHARMA CiBt titialilied to take head of prcscri tion department; give oxperlouce, t( tlmonials and salary deslred. Address Mel'RtWI DRl'C C(l., l.exnRlon, Va WANTE^A H-ELIABLE -MAN vVTTH several Boys who enn milk cows; o who unclerstonds his work can make good salary. Apply to R'BNNtE DAIRY c>.. 600 North Seventh atreet. WANTED AN AS8ISTANT CLERK wlth cxperience; must fi,u tiisli boat ref? erences from last .ployer. Cull be? tween .1 and I P, M. DAVIS HOTEL, 1529 East Maln street. WANTED A GOOD BAKKR; ONE that undorstahds tbe Ibusinesn llior oughly; referenco required. Address at once, I'. M. R.. l-iox 220, Purmvillo. Vn. WANTED -''?i EABORERS TO WORK on new rallroad In Redfonl county, Vo.J wages J1.50 per duy. Apply XV. P. VEITCH, 214 South Six,street. AVANTED DRIV, ''I.KKK. REt51 STER~ '?fi or asslstant. t" <lo roHef work. Ap pl\ PARAtlON PHARMACY, MH West Cary itroet. Times-Dispatch Branches. T~? followlng Branch Ofticea have heen estahliehed for the bejieflt of thoso living at a .ItFOMirH from the M.-ftin Offire of Tho Tlir.cs Dlspatch. Tho Tlmes-lMxpatrh Wnnta left at any of th'fee branchox wlll rocolvo the fame oarefu! attentlon as though they hnd heen left ?! the -Maln Offlce, and thero wlll be n<i extra coat to the advertlaer, HbAUOMTER'S DRUQ STORE. Twenty-nttii ani Venalile Slnet.s. W.. F. BANB8, ?1J B Broad Slr. et. A. A. SCOTT, Twerity-flfth. an.l Rro'ad K'reets ROBERT .1 WII.I.IAMH. Twority-nfth anj Maruhall Streeta. TARRANTS, GRANT & CO., Foushee and Broaa Streets, 0. W. LATT1MER, No. fno tVe?t M'ar(.hall TilOMPBON-6 DRUQ STORE, No. 1511 West 1. I.. BEVER1DGE, Ilrook Avenue and Clay TiAI'V'H DRUQ BTORE. Itarton Heighta. PEOPLE-B DRUG 8TORE, No. 3!KK)'Wllllams Imrg Avenue, Fulton. ROBIN'B PHARMACY, No. 800 East Maruhall CITX DRUO^ 8TORB.No. Ull East Maln "'', ' ^Vr" 'I .'v.^^V Vir-V A %V "' L ": Ea,t Ma,n' 1'INK |TRBBT PHARMACY. No. .134. South Pine Btrtet. I-rilNl.K.X-rr.l. Klltl. PARRtBH <:<>., No. 412 THi; PARAQON PHARMA V, No, wu We?t <'ar>- Btreet. ^SStl J'HA?'MA' ? tw.nty-el,hth und'N RlBON'fl PltARMA'-y .?,', ?; i ,..,.,?? S,,..A, J. T. I.ICW1S. No. i Baal Elroad HtrUt, , jU,-NUl>EV ? WALKER, twonty^mh (UW ? E-igh btreeit. CARTBU'H DREO BTOKE, No. BOi Uul Street, Mancnesur. AV A. P12RKINS. No, 9 -,\. .? ? Tabh Street prtcriliurs, Phone N.o. !76. rwBNTY-BlOHTH, AND N STREET 1'lIAll UA'-'Y, Twcuty rlglitb aaJ N Streeti, HELP WANTED?Male. WANTED-IOXPERIENCED HOX-MAK rrs. Apply lo ,1. \V. BLAKE nt Mlller ,v Mlller's. WANTKD HAI.EHMAN WHO UNDER staiidH typowrlteri splendld oppnrlunlty for hllstfer. F 378, riiro Thnes-Dlspntch. WANTED-OOOD SHOEMAK10R; GOOD wages nnd good placo for the rlghl man. Apply to Box No. 4811, .Huffnlk. Vn. SITUATION WANTED?Male. A GRADUATE AND RF.GISTF.RED phnrmnoisl wlfthes n posltlon nt once; young man und not nfrald of work; beat roforonces. Address J 11!), caro thls offlco. REGtSTERBp DRUOGIST DE9IRES posltlon; not afrald of work; fn yeara' oxporenco; referenco, Address G. B., Box 3"!>, Roanoke, Va. JIXTH YEAR STUDBNT FROM North doslros posltlon South; wlll begin with modcnito wages, dopnhdlng ad vnncement; leinperntc! wllilng. Ad? dress CHARLES I3NGEL, P. O. 1111, Baltlmore, Md. WANTED, 1IY AN EDUCATED. HON est and Inrlustrlous mnn, a posltlon as collcctor. copylst. or any honest employ ment by whlcli 1 can ninke n livlng for n famlly: best clty references glven aa to character and r-apacity. Addreas A. 407. care this ofllce. "help wanced?female. TEACHER WANTED?FEMALE; PRI vatc; unexplrcd tr-rin; $21 per nmnth and home; experlenced; Engllsh, muslc and beglnners ln Latln. Apply to V1R (ilNIA SCHOOL AGENCY, Culpoper, Va, sc^otors~&~salesmen. WANTED?SALESMEN, ALL LINES, local and travelllng, to carry new profltnblc Bldn artlclo. Send 8c. for pnckel aample. 0. S. MATTHEWS, rhanufacturer, 2:102 Lucas avenue, St. Louls, Mo. REAL ESTATE?For Sale. IN ORDER TO CLOSE AN ESTATE will aell at a sncrlflco large detached brlr-k residence; lon rooms; recently put in gor.rl repalr and pafntcd; eentrally located; eight minutes' walk from post offlce. OEORGE \V. JOHNSON, S03 West Maln street. FOR SALE?13 LOTS, GQO FEET FRONT, on spb-ndld 60-foot avenue; one block from streot car; at less than $.1 per foot, on eaay terms; owner nonrresldent and must sell at luilf value. Apply to L. 32S, care thfs nfih-e. FOUR BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTS, 120 fr-.-t front, 135 fce! docp; half block from mr line. For sale cheap to qulck l.nv.r on easy terms, slngly rir together. Address K. 121. care this ofllce. , REAL ESTATE?For Rent. FOR RENT?THAT IIANDSOME BRICK Store and Dwlllng. No. 120 E. Broad Street. Possession affr 16th February. Apply 100 E. t'ary Street. FOR RENT-OFFICE IN MUTUAL building. Furnlturo nnd Flxturea foi sale. Apply Hooro 920. _ ~ boarding A COUPLE OR BACHELOR TO OC cupy, with tlrst-clasa board, an attrac llve Becond Iloor room in n private boarding houso; lor-ntinn best 6h Grace street. Address i.0.'> L, Tlnres-Dispatch Olllce. EIGHTH STREET, NORTH. 616?WANT ed, permanent, trnnslent and table boarders. Terms reasonable; home com forts. D03 WEST GRACE ST.-NISE ROOMS anrl goorl board at reasonable rates. ~~fopTsale. PENN CAB COMPANY. HAVING ABOUT 40 HEAD OF HORSF.S und mares, from J2o to $73, been used ln our clty business, nll good. fast, ser vlceable stock; right out of the hardest klnd ot work; some a llttle foot sore from clty uso. lt Is our custoni to dls l?is<> of our surplus stock, as our sea Bhore work and busy season Is over, anrl wo are gettlng down to winter re qulrements: posltlvely no reasonable of? fer refused. lf you buy a hors.o here .-iinl it does not ronie up to our gunr antee ln ten.daya from day of purchase, return hlirr and we wlll refuml you your money. We are no dealers. A rellable flrni ln Phllaflelphla will back up this advertlsement. Amongst (he lot two palr of dapple Iron-grays, one pair of liandsrune brnwn mares anrl four pairs of hay mares, ranglng in age from 5 to 7 years; three young mares in "foal very ?'lie:ip; nlso T-year-old brown horse, welghl 1,400 pounds, $."i;>; dnpplc gray horse, fi years old, about 1,250 pounds, $7ii; eliimky brown inurc, }1?; also rubber tlre Broughmi eoupes, bnrness, ete. Call PENN CAB CO.. IS27 Fllliert street, Plillndelphin, Pa., three squares west of Ponnsylvanla Rallroad station. 'James SherJdah! ma'nager. Roli tele phone, Locust 3318. P. S.?No attentlon fc .Wlll bo pald to lettera. MY "CASTLE OCCONOMOWOO" FARM l.ving on Llttlo Horscpen Creek, In Charlotte county, Va., and better known ns Hie Ben Thomas Redmond Farrrr. Tliis form r'ontnlns 323 acres, more or ir ss. good six-rootn rlwelllng with all necessary outbiiildlngs, nnrl young orchard; also well of good water In yard; thnlier enough to bulld anytbing needful, conslsting of oak nnd heart plnp; is convenlont lo school anrl cliurches nnd in a refined nelghborhood; wltllln four mlles of Saxe, Va., ou lt. and D. divlslon of Southern Railrond; 1ms largo creek tlowlng through it aud would liiakr- nn irlr-al slnck farm, as It is Indigenous to all tlie grnssca. Thls is consldered run- of tln> lient Bhipplng, tobacco and grain farma In that ser-tlon. The present lennnt is, or lias, gotten JI.OOO for hls tobacco crop (1905); rea son for selllng, want tn establlsh a newspapor ln Southern Virginia; broth ?ars are not furmora and belng a lady anrl nevor planted any grubs, just don't propose to "lake up any. Prlce per arre, jm. One lmlf cash, balance nn ono and two yeara' time. Address Miss C, U. J. Jefflress, Va. TRIGG SHIPYARD EQUIPMENT. CON slstlng of inarlilnery. InolB, store-room SUPDlles. MOTORS, 10 H.-P. to 200 H.-P, RKI.T1NG, slngle nnd double leuther. Sliaftlng, pullcys. liangers, etc: lumln-r and flro wood. cheap. S. M. TUML1N SON, Rli hinond. Va. FOR BALE?FINE BAUR10D PLY luouth Ito'-k Eggs, r.Oi-. per settlng of 13. A few br-iiH ji.on oach. Mrs. JOSEPH M, .IKNNINGS, Flfo, Va. FOR SALE. OENUINE ANTIQUEB. MA. hogany Furnlturo, Fenders, Andlrons; no Imltatlons. C. M. MOORE, 219 East Maln. ALBEMARLE SWEBT'CIDER BY BAR rol or oarloadl also manufacturorh of superior snow white corn ineiil. Wrlto for prices, (il'.l-'.KNWUOD GU1HT ? CIUF/R MI1.I.S. Greenwood Depot, Va. W.75 l-'OK* A ROUND ,8BLBVF.EEDER Stove; iBluglaaa doora, at JURGEN'S FURN1TTJRR STORE, 4Ul-L't Eaat Broad'atreet. l-'DU SALE I.ATKST .MDDKL COLUM blp Bar l.k Typowrlteri good ns new; i; in>.iiiiih' ust<; is iii.-h carrtagpi prico pXh Addreas Box ?, Kor-ky Mount. Vn. RUBBER PO;T3 BEPAIRED. r,c. HA.LF80LJSD, HfclULS 38C. PATf'll r.-s 1C.ii. aiul upward". Water bags nnd iuIiImt goo.l.i Mxeil DRKW'S WI.KO TU1C PH013 FACTOHY, 710. E. Mulu. Llttle. YVIIHo is hurrying down town to see a parade. Wliftt klnd ls It to be'. NOTICE. DISEA8E IS AN EFFECT OF IGNO rance of nnturnl laws; tlie Inner llfe forces, when sclentiflcally nppltcd, lieals nll dlseuscs. Wo tench you to cure yourself nnd your frlends of thelr com plnlnts. DIVINE HEAL1NO INSTI? TUTE, 219 East Clny street, Rlchmond, Vn. LOWEST PRICES AND BEST QUAL Ity In nwnlngs ls our nrotto. Glvo us a qall. H. E. COPELAND & CO.. hend rjuarters for awnlngs. tents and Hugs, 108 North Ninth street. NOTICE?IF YOU WnO. SEND ME ?2.15 I wlll send you a gallon of corn whlskey, elgkt yeara old. BEN TERRY. Clarka vllle, Vo. LET US BUY IT. WE BUY EVEKY THING. VA. SALVAOE AND WRECK. ING COMPANY. 110 N. SEVENTH ST. FLAT WANTED. TO RENT A Fl,AT OF FIVB OR SIX' rooms south of Broad street, between Adams and Soventh street. ArTdress _.? K.-S.i 405'EaSt Broad. CANDY. 'OALLIEH'S EATING CHO'CO-ATE" Is a revelation to the chorolate lover. Sold everywliere; 5c. cake up. TRUNKS. 8PBNCB, 22 AND 24 N. NINTH ST., HAS the largest and besl assortment of Trunks, Satohe-u?,; - Flasks, ? Card Cases and Leather Novelttes ever shown in thls clty, nnd at tho lowest prlces. lf your trunk or bag ls out of order, 'phone us; we wlll call for It and return it same day. Our motto: One hundred centa for your dollar. E. H. SPENCE, 22 and 24 N. Ninth Street._ WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT 703 EAST Broad Street and convlnce yourself that wo have the largest and best Pno of Trunks and Traveling Necessltles In the clty; repalring done. H. W. ROUN TREE & BRO.. Trunk and Bag Co. COAL-AND WOOD. LONG TIME AGO A LONG MAN started the wood business: to-day he Is known far and wlde as the Wood Man of Rlchmond. Ho sells good wood; he dellvers promptly; hls wood Is N. C. II. Plne- your ne'.ghbor won't have any other. He has sold lt eight years?half eord mlxed, J2.60. 1201 WeBt Broad. 'phone 1009; Bowe and Marshall, 'phone 1320. E. T. LONG. UPHOLSTERINQ. SPECIAL MIDWINTER PRICES ON reupholsterlng parlor furnlture. couches, etc, at Jurgen's Furnlture Store, 419-421 East Broad street. We accept monthly or weekly paytrrents on thls work. ANTIQUES. FINE OLD-FASHIONED FURNITURE and brnss goods. No reproductlons. C. M. MOORE. 219 East Maln. AWNINGS, FLAGS AND TENTS. SO MUCH EASIER TO BE SUITED IF you make your selectlon from a com plete stock. We havo the most com plete stock of awning In tho South; also largo lino of tents and flags. H. E. COPEl/AND CO., 108 N. Ninth Street. _WANTED._ WANTED?USE OF HORSE FOU IliS keep; good boarrl; only HKht drlvlng; wlll buy snme ln short tlmo If sirlo.c nnd liorsn nre satisfactory. Address k .107, care Tlnics-Dlspatoh. ROOMS FOR RENT. MARSHALL STREET. W, 401?FOR rent?Second-story front room, furnlsh rd or unfurnlshed, to couplo or two gentlemen; bnth and water on same lloor. Apply above. ROOMS "WANTED. WANTED?BY A YOUNG COUPI.E (no chlldren) stiltc of rooms, furnlshoil or unfurnlshed. with board. In prlvato rosidonco; loeated west of Capltol bo? tween Maln and Broad stroets: rcflnc tnent nnd culture essontlalj references exchangod; no boardlng houses need nnswer. Obj0'-t. to seetire pleasant home by couplo movlng to Riclimond; occupnncy Mav lst. Full Inforniation destred. Address HOMESEIJKER, care, Tlnres-Dlspatch ofnee. . MATTRESSES. WE MAKE A SPEC1ALTY'0*- .HAIR Mattresses; old ones made over llke new. Let us sell you one. JACOB UMLAUF. 'Phone 3292. FINE UPHOLSTERING. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND REUP holstered like new. Nlee box and other Cuuches. our own make; prices reason able. JACOB UMLAUF, "05 W. Maln Street. SHOE REPAIRINQ. 35C. WE REBUII.D HEELS; NO WEDUB shnpe scrap put in to shovo out on edgo nnd look iiRiy. Wc stltch onr poles on Goodyear Electric Stltchor; no blR. ugly stitclies llko the cobbler sews by hand. Men's shoes halfsoied. 75c; ladles'. noc; best leather. "Morgan & Wrlght's" Rub? ber heols. 35c: Red Cross rubber heela, 25c DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC? TORY. 71B E. Maln Street. 'Phono mi07. Onr bicycle messcnger service goes any where. MILLINERY. DAINTY AND UNIQUE EVENINO Hats, very latest deslgns, at Mrs. WORTHAM'S, 216 North Thlrd street. * PAPER HANGInIT IF YOU HAVE ANY PAPERING TO be done lt wlll pay you to seo what we have to offor. New.- clean Btock of the latest deslgps fn Woll Paper to se lect from; prices rlght. R. B. BRAUER, 208 N. Flfth Street. __ STORAGE. FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE rooms apply to RICHARDSON & CHAPPEfLL Storage Department, Bel? vldoro Building. 601 Wr. Maln Street. FURNITURE AND^CHINA^PACKINQ. FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKED and shiDped wlth care. JACOB UM L,AUF, 7(6 West Maln Streot._ SPECIAL NOTICE. PARTIES INTERESTED IN ANT1QUE3 should see the " collectlon of elegant pleces at 219 East Maln. No new eoods. I ^ Success And How to.Obtain.lt. uf courae, there are several ways, but there Ib ono unfalling ln its achlevements, and whlch haa boen one of tho first ruloa appllcd by most suc cessful things. TAKING CARE OF THE LITTLE THINGS. Tlmcs-Dispntch Want Ads. ar.e llttlo things ? Hinall In prlce, but huge In results. Wo vonture tho oplnlon, nnd It is subBtuntluted by the recorrls of a great many biiBlnosa men rlght hero in Hlchmond,' that tho judlclotiH adyerUslng of a small number of Bpechil artlcloa dally ln Tlmos-Dlspntch Want A<ls. wlll provo a most protltable Investment lo both tho large and small deulers. Tlmes-Dlspatcli Want Ads, aro Kfcctlv* for itdvertlHlng anythlng, but thls Ih slmply to cnll attentlon to the value of TlmeH-DlBpatoJi Want AiIk.?llttle tlilugs that hr-lp tho gcnoral inorchan dlao trade. 'PHONE 549 FOR THE WANT AD. MAN FOR A FEW POINTERS. WRITE TO THE WANT AD. DEPARTMENT OF THE TIMES-DISPATCH, RICH? MOND,, VA. V CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. I HAVE SOMETHING THAT WILL JN terest you. A ulce llnn "f Bugglns, un flnlslietl, whlch 1 can flnish up to Hiilt .your taflte. ?.' C. BRISTOW, II Franklln street. BAKERY. 'PHIREE-POITND JELLV 110 LL, 2.1C. 2-nound Pound Onkr-s for 25c.: 2-pfitimi Cltron Cvftfei, 2Bc; Creani I'iiITs, 2<V. a dozen. 423'/j N. Slxth. DRINKARD'S. MOVINQ. MILLNER'S RELtABLB TRANSFER IH the place to hnve your moving .lonn rlght aml nt rlght prlce; nlso truiikn and pncknges hauled. 'Pliono 1-115, 901 jjjost Broad street. KINDLING WOOD. MANCHESTER FURNITURE COM pnny. Miinchester, ,A'n.?Stenmod-Ilrlorl Klndllng Wood. half cord. $1.76 dnllvor f>il. 'Phone orders to factory. 'Pfionn 279.8. SWEETHEARTS. A BOX OF "C'AI.LIER'S" IS THB tlnest modUs opernndl after a lovor'8 qunrrel. Try lt; no. up. ~ PARTNER WANTED," ~ PARTNER WITH $250 IN 5oOD nioney maklng buslncss. Call Dlckln son Hotel, S21 East Broad. Rnoiu 2. SEALED PROPOSALS. Commoiiwealtli of Virginia, Olllcn of Superhitenilent of Publlc Printing. Rlchnrond, Vn., February 10. lPnfi. sBaled proposals fon printing FIFTEEN HUNDRED COPIES OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH VOLTJMB OF VIRGINIA HEI'ORTS wlll bo rceelved nt tliis olllce up to 12 AL, WEDNESDAY, -FEBRUARY 28, HKXi. At tho samo tlme niirl plnco liidB wlll lie recclved for blndlng, wrupplng aml lahollltlg lilnr hundred r-oples of tbe filTove-muntionerl books, unrl for pn.-k ing slx hundred eopies ln unfolded sheets In substantlal wnnden boxes, each box to r-ontaln tbr- prlnted sheets for 12.-) complete cojiles of tha salrl book. nnd to be plalnly markcd or labrlled on two oiiter e-nds and on sldes, so ub to indlcate tlie contents thereof. Prlnted schedules. on whleh all blds wlll be requlred to be made, wlll be fur nlshcd on nppllcation. Contrnr-tors wlll be requlred to furnisb bond. with npproverl securlty, for the f.'iithful perforninm-e of contrnct. The rlght ls reserved to reiect nny or nll blds. DAVIS BOTTOM. Superlntendent Publlc Printing. WANTED, WHITE GIRLS BEQINNERS PAID WHIUS LEARNING. Steady employment: good wages. Applv to ALLEN _ CUNTER BRANCH; Se?enth and Cary. PINE BEACH HOTEL AMUSEMENT. Ar'Anii^MY Wednesday. r\\*rYU J_slYl 1 Matlnee and Nlght. Return Engagement of Buster Brown. MASTER GABRIEL, as BUSTER: Posltlvely the Original Productlon. Rrlces: Nlght, 25c to $1.50. Matlnee, 25c to $1.00. Seats ou salo. ACADEMY?Tuesday Night Only Lyman H. Howe'n Famous LIFEORAMA Presenting tho Only Perfect MOVING PICTURES. Prlces; 25c, 3Tic and DOo. BIJOU?Every Night. Mats., Tues., Thurs. and Sat. THE FAMOUS MUSICAL SUCCESS, ..HOITY TOITY.. A Tlngle of Beauty and Muslo. Next week?RUNNING FOR OFFICE. ACAULM Y February 17th. UNITED STATES SENATOR Hon. Robert M. LaFollette. of Wlsconsln. "GraJt and Gratters." RcBorved seats nt Branch R. Allcn's and tho Central Y. M, O, A. Mnln floor nnd hnlcony, $1.00; gallery, 7fic.; gallery rush, fiOc. ? .Salo opens Wednesday 0 A. M: ? SCHOOLS. nlverslty College of Medicine Medlclne-DentlBtly-Phnrmacy, 8TUART M'tlUIRE, M. D.. Prealdoilt. Completa oqiilp inont. Suparlor-Cllnlcs. Modnruto Rxpen?o?. Mlld rlitnntn. Htudentx of Ihls Oolli-ire, under prosent conditlons of nntrance and gradiiatlon, aro nble lo nieet rnqulrcmflnta for admlaalon to llciti'lni; examliintlons ln nny Ktntn. Iliillettn No. 8 tcllK Imw inodlcal (itudents aro nrfeoo-.i hy Ihu-s paaaeil In many Btiitoa requlatlnr tho lirartlcc of medlclno. Addrona WILLIAM IL MILLER, Proctor, Richmond, Va. MEETINQ8. ffl GRAND LODOE OF VIRGINIA, YY A., E. and A. M.i Grand Sccrotary'n fw\ olllce, Masonlo Toirrplc, Richmond, Vn., February 10. 1906.?Tlio 128th grand annual dOmfnunlcntlOn nf the Most Wor shlpful Griind Lodgo of Anclent, Froe nnd Aooepted Mnnons of Ihe Htato of Vlr ginla, wlll he held al Ihe Masonlc. Tompie, corner of Bronil and Adams Btreet*, ln tlie clty of Riclimond, on Tuesday, Feb? ruary 13, 190*1, at 7:.')0 o'clock P. M. By ordor of tlie innst Worshlprul Grand Mastor. GEO. W. CARRINGTON, Grand Seeyetnry. ffl MASQNIC NOTICE.?A STATED XV corhmunlcatlon of St. John'S Lodgo, /VA no. 38, a.. F. nnd A. M. wlll bc held in Its lodgo room ln the Mnsonlc Templo Tuesday evenlng. February 13, 10OC, at 7;3g o'clock. Members of sister lodKoa nnd transient brethren aro cor dlaily and frntrrnall.v Invited to attend. Hy order of Worshipful Mastor. OSOAR .1. ADAMS. Secrotnry. "a. MAHONIC HOME NOTICE?THfc; W annual meeting of the Ll(o nnd /V*- Annual Members of tbe Masonic lloni" of VlrKlnia wlll lio hold at thn Masonlc Templo Wednesdny, February N, 190*1, at ". V. M. CHAH. A. NESHITT. Secretary. "sTuTTliEItN RAILWAY COMPANY. New York. Kehruary 2, VM. NflTK'E IH IIEKEHY GIVEN THAT A general meeting of tho stockholders of Southern Rallway Company has lieen called by tho Board of DIrnctors, and wlll bo held at the prlnclpal ofllco of tho company ln the clty of Richmond. Vlrglnln. on Wednesdny, tbo lSth day of Aprll, 19%, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon, for tlio purpose nf oonslderliiB an Issue and sale of Dnvotopment and Omi eral Mortgage Bonds by Sotithorn Rall? way Company, and the ercatlon of a nrortRiiBO upon tbe property of tho com? pany to serure the name, all ns proposed ln the communlcatlon of Samuel Spen? cer presldent. to tho Voling Trustees. dated February l, 1906 and of adlng on sticli other business ns mny ho law fully broiiKht before the moctlnK. Tbo transfer books of both prefcrred and common stock of thls company wlll bo closed nn Aprll 7. 190*1, and opened agaln on Aprll 19, 190*5. By order of the Roard of nirectors. It. D. LANKFORD, Sec? retary._ THB ANNUAL MBETINQ OF THE Stockholderi of the VlrRlnla Hot Hprlngs Compuny. for tho purposo of electlng Dlrcctors nnd for tho transneftnn ot such other business as may Inwfully (Oine before tho meetliiK. Includlng tho approval of all of the acls of the Dlr<> - tors nf sahl Comp'anv ln tho past ye.ir. will be held nt the Oltloe of tho t'oni pany. Bighth and Maln Streets, Ricli? mond. Vn.. on Tuesday, February 27th. ir??t. at 12 o'clock M. The transfer t)onks will ciose Monday, February lilth. 1908, at ?, V. M.. nnd remaln clono,] untll 10 A M. Wedntiday, February 2Mh, law. A. TREVETT. Secretary. Oflleo Vlrirtnla F!rc nnd Marlno Insuranco C'ompanv. Richmond. Va.. Februarv 6. 1906. ANNUAL MEETINO.-THF. REGULAR anmml meeting of tho stookhohKrn of thls company wlll be held nt the ??n>n pany's ofllco. No. 1015 East Maln streot, Richmond, Va.. on Tuesday. tho 20th In? stant, at 12 o'clock M. WILLIAM II. McCARTHY. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETINn OF THE stockholders of tho Richmond Transfer ? Company wlll bo held at their offlce, 819 Enst Main Street, at 12 o'clock noon. Wednesdny. February 14. 1906. W. T. DARDEN. Secretary. Cook?Milton. (Special to Tbo Tlnies-Dlspatch.) EUREKA MILLS. VA.. February' 12 ? MIss Cecllln Kato Milton and Mr. Thomf.s Edward Cook, both of Drnko's Branch. wero marrled In the Prosbyterlaii Qliurch thero Thursday cvcnllig. MIss Mury Milton, sister of the brnle, was mald of honor. nnd Mr, Wllllo Cook. brother of the jtroom, wnn best man. Tho uBliera were Messrs. Lenndcr L. Milton. XV. S. Gregory, Jr.. Frank J. Mil? ton-and Otls. O. Tucker. MIsses Loulso nnd Lllllnn Olmlkley wero flower rIHm. Rev. Mr. Walker, of the Mothod lst Chureh. wns tho ofllclatlng clergyman. The churcii wan prottlly decorated wlth cholee llowers and forns. Tho weddlng (narch was pliiycd. by Mr. J. B. Friend. Jr. Tlie bride |s tbo flfth daiiKliter of Mr. and Mrsi J. H- Milton. Tho Kroom Is a son of Mr. Frank J. Cook. nnd Is a popular young morchant, of tho flrm of Jackson & Company. At the eoneluslon of the niarriiiKo cere? mony tho brldal party and members of tlio respectivo farhilles wero entertnined at an eloKant recoptlon at tholr new home. A Man of Many Masks. Vp tn dn'to Josoph Chanibcrlnln has hcon eartoonodas a plrnte, a carrot, a tnls slpnary, a Snlvatlon Army ofllcer, n Juggloi-, Wllllam Pltt, a coster, Napoloou, n ballet glrl, a tbrrlor, a candiostick, -J. Chinaniiin, Mr. Maiitiillnl, Mr. Turvoy lop. Retsy I'rlg. a nlggor. mlnstrol, a I'ie'rrot, a lilsliop. a rod lndlan, n Roman omperor, a Turklsh Pasha, a snakc, ;i swordflsh, a king, a snow man, a trnp 07.0 art lst, 11 dead baby, a champion walker, a niad hatter, Br'or Fox, a sottee, a hllnd beggnr. and a prlze-llglitcr. And be stlll llves!?Boston Horald. ._*__??___ Big Skating Rink AT RESERVOIR. 13.500 ft. Floor Open: 10 to 12; 4 to 6; 8to 11. # Tuesday and Friday morriings for ladies and children only. ? Fancy skating exhibition and moving pictures dis played every night except Friday. Races and other amateur contests every Friday night. Free S&cred Concerts Every-Sunday Afternoon. UUILHING COMKOUTAlHiY HKATlOl) WITH STKAiU. ' _;_._ M UNITED STATES T OF APPEALS One Case Heard "Yesterday and Two Scheduled for To-day's Session. In tho Unlted HIiiIph Circuit Cotlri ot Apiieals Judges Ooff, I'rltrhard uti'J puy. tou sttt. Judge Nathlin (inff, who liarl bccn do. tnlnerl by nlckness In hls famlly, reacfietl tbr, Clty yosterday niornlng, nnd at once took hls sent on tbe henr.-li. The only cnse henrd wns thnt of Cymt Blntikonshlp, ct al., philntlfT In .-rror) vs. Henry C. Klng, defendant In error, In error tb the Clreult Court of Ihe Unltcd Statos for the Western Dlstrlr-t of Vir? ginia, nt Lynchburg. Argticd liy Jmlg.j H. M. Fulton, of Wlse Courthouse Va,, and Major R. R. Henry. of Tnj-oWell, Va., for tho plalntlffH ln orror, and by M.-ty nard F, Btlles, of ChaTleston, VV. Vn., for tlie defondanl ln error, anrl sUbmltted. Two cases wlll be called to-dny, nn follows: Moyor Levl, ptalnHft in orror, vs. Julltls MathcWs, defendant m error! fii error to tbr- Circuit L'ourt iit Cliarlotte, N. C, To be argucd by John A. McRne und C. W. THIctt, of Charlotte, tt. ?', fr.r tlio plalntllT ln orror. and S. Gallerf, of Ruthorfordton. . i,'., and !?'. I. Osborne, of cimrlotte N. C, for tho defendant lii error. t'onimlssloners of Onslow Orninly, ol al., nppellautH, vs. D, II. Tohnan, nppeljee; appeal from tlie (.'Irc-uil Ciurt nt Wll iningion, N. f;. To no nrgucd by 10. K. Bryan) *>r SvlImlngtoD, N. c? for tbe nppejlants, and i>y George Rountrcc, of Wllmlngton. N. ('., for tbr- appolloe. R. L. Parrish of Covlngton, \'a.. and John A. McRnej of Charlotte, N. >'., were UdmlttCd to practlce ln tbls rourt. METHODIST SCHOOLS. Entertaining Prcgamme Rendered at Epworth Church. Tlie Mothodlst Sunday School Soefoty helrl its trrontbly mofilng al Kpwortii r-liurch Sunday afternoon, Mr. K. M. Rerl forrl. presldent, nnd Dr. F. W. Stlff. sec? retary. The followlng programmo was well ren dr-rerl: Prnyer. by Rev. II. !.. W.-stnn; song, by school, -'I Wlll Shotit lils Pralso ln Olory"; reeitatlrvi. by Knrl Walker; fiolo. by Mlss Wray; recltatlon, by Kcgono Hrlnlly; recltatlon hy Janle Walker; boIo, by Mr. Charnes Nunally. A very Interestlng address was marle by Mr. I). W. siins. superintondent of Plni'-Street Ilnptlsl School, on "Great Sunday srhools." Tho sr-hfH)|s reporterl as follows: Atton- Per r-nller Roli. diinri.. iVni. tlon. Unlon Stutlor.*30 636 .61 ?-?:.( Falrmount Ave_l_ 3H ,6S 3! 73 l.'lay-Strcet .lf' :'~! .?'. :1 '7 p.-nnv-Btreot .II* 383 .'?? ~\~A CentenarV .'.346 >'.1 .'?? HJB Laurr-I-Street .338 288 ? 21*1 Broad-Street .~s Z13 .65 39JW Asburv Place .277 1 Ti .63 I6_l Trinity .Xi 167 .63 HW Park Plaeo .-.IR 139 .63 16.77 Hlghland Park.".'..167 11!> 7) U.SH Kpworth .151 116 ."0 lo.oj Orphanage.ivx "< .SS ..*.,. New Mcholaru r'-portod were 330. One oonveri<lon. The next meeting will be hHd at Ilasker-Memorlal church tho soroml Sun dav In March. Tbe Hoard of Direelors meet at Broad-Strcet Hiim-h the fourth Sunday of thls month. & MAIL ROBBERY. Pouch Cut Open On Depot Plat form and Rifled. (Speclal to Tbe Tltnes-bisoatch.) H'RAY. VA.. February 13. -A hnld robbery <>f the I'nlleil States nuiil wns comniitted at Stanley. thls county, elgbt mliea south of Luray, oh Frlday nlght. Tbe mall pouch, whleh bad been looked anrl lald out on tlie dOppt plalfnrin. wnil Ing tlie arrlvnl bf traln No. 14, over tho .Norfolk nnd Western Rallway, was cut open and checks and other valuablq pa? pers. 'aniouiiiing lo *700 or $S0o cx traeted. Susplclou polnts t" several partles who wore dri#'ilVg anrl hangiug around the town that day. It is ImpOB slble to ascertaln the cxact amount of valuable papers Btolbn. Tho Postofllce Department has been notlllerl and now has the case In hand. V-riie large barn belonglng to- Joseph Blosser, near Stanley. tbls county, was burned yesterday uhout 3 o'clock. Tbe nre. It Is Huppose.l, QElglnated from chil? dren playlng wltb mutches in the barn vanl. All the liay. fndder. nnd straw wore destroyed. Tbo barn had recently been completed. Mr. Hlosser's houso cutlght flro several thiies. -?? ? Teacher Apointed . (Special to Tlio Tliiics-Dlsnalcli.) ASHLAND, VA.. February lJ.-rhe sehool board uf Ashland met to-day for tbe. purpose of appoinllng a teacher of the fourth grade ln the Ashland graik-.l school to succeed Miss Marle Prosser, reslgned. After o.x.iiiiliilng Uio certlfl catcs uf the applibanta nnd tli.- oxuml nation pti|>ers, Mlss Matilda It. -Mi.ly.-lt.-. of Ashland, daughter of Mr. D. R. Mldyetie. was sele.-te.l to flll the port tlon. Miss Mldyettr- is a gruduuto. m several studlea ol' tho Woman's Collcsc, at Lynchburg. Va.-rKaiidulph-Maoan. Much interest is felt here in tho forth coming marrlage.. of -Miss Marle Prosser. of Dosweli; Va., to [Mr. Hiigli Oonopn, of Rlchinond, Vll.i whlch wlll tako place Fobruary 27th, at Dosweli, Va. I . . How Thebaw Learned English It Is well known thut Thebaw had learned to speiik Kugllsli lu Rangopn, and had been In a misslon scbnol in thnt town, whlcli linppbhb'd in the fol? lowlng miiiiner: llis fathcr inspootod .tlie school and oxpressod his stltlafaotlon,' To hlm tho mlsslmiaiy sald: "lf Your Majusty would really en couiiigo us you wouU't send "iio of your sons to our school." ??.-?. "C'crtalnly," rcjolucrl the allablo in.in an-.h, "What age should tbe boy bo. "About tlfteen, Your Mnjesly. Turnlnr: to hls brlme iiiinl"t?> tlio Klng-sald, "liave I n, ?"" "f fbout n| tC^ yes. many. Y-.nr M;.J?.sty." was, tho rejolnder. Aml ^ Ijf^.,0! *i ,^ Hh.pliaiits learned ISngllah.-l all Mall (Jazette. '_ . Lord Roberts's Million. Lord RObortS thlnks tbnt tho effer-tiv.i force of Oreat Brltuln's army ahould ln Increasert tn a million men. To act ou this Idetv would moan praotlcally tlmt one soldleis would havo to be supplled for overy eight famllles in the Uiiilerl KinK dom. Thoro Ih a lieavlev order than t ho now Radical Oovernnient is likely to fll. Natlons at tlmes thlnk they llvr> fnr othor things' besides armles.-Monlr^al k Oaaette. , V.