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TIMES-DISPATCH WANTS
1 ADVERTISE.
The Rate for Classified
Want Advertising
In 1 cent per word. Net Cash In AD?
VANCE, with a minimum cost or 10
cents tor each Insertion. The same
rate applies to deaths, marriages,
obituaries nnd all other ?lnnsined no?
tices. No display typo allowed In tho
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LOST AND FOLTND.
STRAYED, FROM 712 WEST GRACE
haif-gri.wti yellow Kitten. Reward ir
i? tin
DST-SAT?RRAY, BUNCH OP fi OR D
Keys. Reward <>r returned t?i 10 nnd 12
t-'.nttii Twelfth Street.
HELP WANTED?Male.
ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON?1.?
earn good income- correspondl.iB ]?J
ne wsp5pera : e x perlene e ??g&&W:
Send tor patlculars. PKF.Sfa "t.MJi
CATE, Lock port. X. Y. _
1~IM lOR SALESMAN WANTED BY
hue.- distillery! must b" well a.'?iiiiiliit
rd with local trade. Address THOMAS
ward ,?? en. th Fourth avenus. New
Yorlt. _
WEN AND BOYS WANTED TO LEARN
Mumhltn?, bricklaying, plastering trades;
rays $S a day. COYNE BROS. CO.,
New York. Chicapo, Cincinnati, ht.
Louis, Freo ?-ntnlORUo.
MOLD1?RS-NON-UNION, ON JL\CHIN
ery; steady work with yearly contract
to pood men. P. O. Box Ml. Philadel?
phia.
SALESMAN WANTED TO SKI.I.
Stlmpson ConrpiithiK Scales and Cheese
<'tillers in Delaware, Maryland nnd
Virginia. Proposition strictly commis
slon. Address liox 7t??, Richmond, Vn.
Wanted, for u. sTarmy.-able
hodled unmarried men, between aues of
:i nnd 85, citizens of united States, of
Rood chnrarte'r nnd temp?rale habits,
who can speak, read and writ" English.
For information apply to RECRUITING
OFFICER, 110 E. Broad street. Rich?
mond, Va.
WANTED?AT ?"LUSTER SPRING8
two more boys who wish special coneh
ltiR for colleR.? in tin? fall or hoys who
are anxious t?> hotter eipilp themselves
for activo life. Wo are In n position
to do individual work. CLUSTER
SPRINGS ACADEMY, Black 'Walnut,
Va._
WANTED-MEN-'TO LEARN BA?RB?R
trade; now system: only eight woeks
required: wages white learning; tools
donated; diplomas awarded; positions
positively guaranteed graduates. Cata?
logues mailed free. MOLERS BARBER
COLLEGE, J31 Prlnco street, New York
city.
?WANTED. A MAN THAT tJNDER
stands lunch ??ounlor work and the res?
taurant business In ?In all-rounVl work
nt my restaurant. DELARUE'S, 910 E.
Main. Apply at ."i P. M.
"WANTED-TWENTY-FIVE HANDS TO
make paper boxes for ns. POHLIG
BROS.. Paper R"x Manufacturers, 1333
r. and 7 East Franklin Street.
WANTED?201? LABORERS TO WORK
on new railroad In Bedford county. Vn.;
wages S1.?-0 per day. Apply W. P.
VEITCH. 214 South S'.x street.
WANTED-A DELIVERY ROY AT .'A?
West Broad.
SITUATION WANTED?Male.
A REGISTERED DRUGGIST WANTS
????^-itj<?ii to take ?harpe ?if store or as
prescriptio?lst. Reference Riven. Write
Eox A.. Culpeper. Va.
"WANTED-BY RELIABLE PARTY A
position or partnership in estahllsheil
(ire Insurance agency. Experience?!,
?'?in 'control some business. Best of re?
ference. Correspondence confidential.
A dress K Wo, caw? ??f Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, POSITION AS DAY OR
nlRht clerk In hotel or restaurant; ten
? years' experience; reference as tu char?
acter and ability. H. HH, care this offlco.
HELP WANTED-^FEMALeT
WANTKI) IK ?MKS FOR TWO ENG
llxh cooks, une governess and lady's
companion, two house plrls, six farm
lahorers. one man and wife to manage
farms on shares or otherwise. Address
1' A KM lili. Hox ?737. Norfolk, Va.
WANTKI KA ^C.nOl-. ALL-AROUND
SERVANT.4' "firliiR rcconimcndntions.
Apply ?i| West Ctiry.
WANTED?A SETTLED WOMAN AS
???>ok. Apply 150S Park avenue.
SITUATION WANTED, Female
WANTED? PERMANENT, SUBSTI
ttite or joh work to do at offlco or at
home; copying or stenographic. Ad
dress 1. 318, cure Times-Dispatch.
BOARDING
EIGHTH STREET. NORTH, I.W--WANT
t'l. permanent, transiont and table
boarders. Terms reasonable; home com?
forts.
GRACE ?. 70S.-PERMANENT, TRAN
slent and table boarders. A room al?
ways fo rtranslent lodgers.
MISS PJTZER ANNOUNCES THAt??
K?st Franklin street has had hand?
some additions-steam heated and light?
ed by electricity. Elegant dining room.
Win entertain permanent or transient
guests.
REAL ESTATE?For Sale.
A RARE OPPORTUNITr TO pyR.
chase a beautiful suburban homo site;
half block from the car line, facing ri
splendid avenue with l.'i-font alley In
the rear. Owner a non-resident and will
sell nt a bargain on nny terms to a
ouli'k buyer. Address A 9S, care Tlmes
Dlsnatch.
REAL ESTATE?For Rent.
FOR RENT-FINE BUILDINGS, SI'IT
abie for light or heavy manufacturing;
Southern Railway and water connec?
tions. Address C. B. FORD CO. 'Phono
3023, TrlgR Shipyard.
~R?AL EST??irwXNTEDr'.
WANTED-TO CONTRACT WITH'PAR
ties owning timber, mill nnd team to do
?hrlr w?rk by tho thousand. Am expe?
rienced and practical mil! and lumber
man, Address N. A. ROBERTSON,
?mmon, Va. <R. F n. No. ii.
"rooms for~rent7
FOR RENT?TASTEFULLY FUUNISH
<-d heated rooms, second (loof| bath
wime poor, 'Phone In liouse; no chil?
dren; very desirable. Address J '".ii.
Times-DlBpatch.
MARSHALL HT~! W^ ?1?PRIVATE
family, without ohlldren, doslre young
married couple ?.r tv.o young men for a
?iRre Ff>?i)tid-sto.-y frcmi room, toi XV;
..' ?.?? hall.
WAUL PAPER.
THE SHOP "1" THE CRAFTSMEN IS
iho name of the fine wall paper fabric
and line upholstering drapery establish?
ment of N. B. DAIIL ft CO.. lo East
Main street, Give, them a call, inspect
ih'ir stock and j;ct tstuimtes fos vuur
work. ? '
WANTED.
W A NT !?: I >-TO BUY .GENTLE FA MILY
horse and liarnos?; not afraid of eledtrla
i'nrt? or automobil??*; stnto lowest cnsh
price; rnusl have ono or two weeks'
irlnl; list reforonco, Address L 3t7,
o?ro TIini-.-i-Dlspntch.
WANTED TO BORROW EIGHTEEN
hundred dollnrs for twelve months on
Improved real estate will pay line m
lerest. Addrcfla D 333, Tlmoa-Dlsputch.
To BUY PURNITURlii IN LARGE OR
Unroll ?itiantltles. Address P. (.1. BoxTTS?
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
PATENT BUSINESS A SPECIALTY.
We buy and sell, promote and incor?
porate companies for tho Inventor; In ?
formation furnished freo of charge; best
of reference. Call on or wrlto LAN?
CASTER & SEWARD, Room 13 Cham?
ber o? Commerce Bldg., Richmond, Vn.
$2S0?WILL BUY INTEREST IN RUSI
iieas that will olear you ?200 month: It
Is n new business proposition. Call
DICKINSON'S RESTAURANT, 821 East
Rrnad, Room 2.
RUBBER P^CTS REPAIRED.
'?('. HALFSOLED, HEELS MC. PATCH
es lfic. and upwards. Water lings and
rubbor goods fixed. DREW'S KLEL
TRIC SHOE FACTORY, 71?) E. Main.
FINE UPHOLSTERING.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND REUP
hotstered like new. Nice box and other
Cuuches, our own make; prices reason?
able. JACOB UMLAUF. 705 XV. Main
Street.
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING.
FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKED
and shipped with care. JACOB UM?
LAUF, 70.) West Main Street.
MILLINERY.
DAINTY AND UNIQUE EVENING
Hats, very latest designs, at Mrs.
WORTHAM'S. 21 fi North Third street.
TRUNKS,
SPENCE. 22 AND 24 N. NINTH ST.. HAS
the largest and best assortment ot
Trunks, Satchels. Flasks. Card Caica
and Leather Novelties ever shown in
this city, and at the lowest prices. If
your trunk or bag Is out of order, 'phone
us; we will call for it and return It same
day. Our motto; One hundred cents for
vour dollar. E. H. SPENCE, 22 and H
N. Ninth Street.
WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT 703 EAST
Broad Street and convince yourself that
we have the largest and best Une of
Trunks and Traveling Necessities in the
city; repairing done. II. W. ROUN
TREE ?V RRO.. Trunk and Pair Co.
U -1
A HOUSEHOLD STAPLE.
.FTER THE INTRODUCTION Of
"CALLIER'S CHOCOLATES" every
American home becomes 11 CA I.LI ER
Home. S? ?Li everywhere.
POULTRY WIRE.
an BALES 01? POULTRY WIRE FOR
sale, wholesale anil retail. Write for
lowest prices. HARRIS HARDWARE
CO.. 409 East Proad street.
SHOE REPAIRING.
'.-.<'. WE REBUILD HEELSl NO WEDGE
shape scrap put In to shove out on edge
and look U?ly. We stitch our soles on
Goodyear Electric Stitcher; no big, ugly
stitches like the cobbler sews by hand.
Men's shoes halfsoled, 7?c: ladles', ilOe.;
best leather. "Morgan & Wright's" Rub?
ber heels. S.V. : Red Cross rubber heels,
2T.C DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC?
TORY, 716 E. Main Street. "Phone 21)6;.
our bicycle messenger service goes any?
where.
MATTRESSES.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY Of HAIR
Mattresses; old ones made over like
new. Let us sell you one. JACOB
UMLAUF. 'Phone 3292.
STORAGE.
FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAC3E
rooms apply to RICHARDSON &
CHAPPELL. Storage Department, Bel
vldero Building, K01 XV. Main Street.
UPHOLSTERING.
SPECIAL MIDWINTER PRICES QN
reupholsterliig parlor furniture, couches,
etc., at J?rgens Furniture Store. 419-421
East Broad Btreet. We accfjptwnonthly
or weekly payments on this work.
ANTIQUES.
FINE OLD-FASHIONED FURNITURE
and brass Roods. No reproductions. C.
M. MOORE. 219 East Main.
PAINTS.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ?MAKE YOUR
house pretty; get. our inc. cans of
Enamel Paints; all colors; gold enamels
for pictures, etc. HARRIS HARD?
WARE CO., 409 East Broad street.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
PARTIES INTERESTED IN ANTIQUES
shonld see the collection of elegant
pieces at 219 East Main. No now ?rood*.
CARRIAGES' ?NtT WAGONS.
WATCH THIS! FOR SALE-DOUBLE
nnd Single Trucks. New and Second?
hand Grocery Wagons and Buggies; ?..?bo
Tennessee Farm Wagons at B C
R1USTOWS. J'-OO E. Franklin.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
TO SAVE MONEY IN WHISKEY, YOU
have lo buy It at IT. F. WA I.DROP'S
HOT. Brook Avenue. Thoro you can get
old Bumgardner for }3; Molwood, $?80?
Star Rye, ?2; Bourbon, Jt.?O; Rose Rye'
11.25 gallon, and the best North Caro?
lina Corn ?2. Wines cheap in propor?
tion.
Times-Dispatch Branches.
The following Brunch Offices have been
established fur the benefit ot tliono living at a
distance from the Main Office Ot Tho Tlm?-?
Dlspatcb. 'Die Times-Ubnutch Wants left at
any of these brant-he? will rocolvo tho tame
caroful attention as though they hod bean left
at the Main Office, ami there will be no cutr?
com to tho advertiser.
Baad'^SS8t?eo?a ??TOU,?' Twemy-ntti,
\v. r. i,a.;;i;.,, ..,13 u. itr,iut) s.reet
KOBBKT J Wii" ?a'I ? ' "',"' l!"Ja<J Ktrect?.
Marshall Street?.. 1?"??Jr-UfUi and
TARHANT8, GRANT & CO v?,?i,..
Uroad Bireets. u" x ou?ho? and
?BtrMt 1"VrnMI:U' Ko' *0? West Marshall
THOMPSON'S DRUG BTOItn. ?No. 13.1 ?.?,.
.Main t?u-BOt. ' '"-L ?YMt
I"i.!;",.?.til'V10RIL,aB' IJrook Aveni,e n?J Clay
RADY'H Dnua STORE, Hart?n llo|?.i,t?
l'l:?)i'I.KS l.ltf.-, tt'foitE. N?i, 3*i %,?.
burg Avenue, Fulton. HlllUms
"KS PHARMACY, No. a? East Marshall
CITY DRUG STORE, No, nit Eoj., \r.,?
Btreet. comer Fifteenth. ' Maln
Jt'DHON CUNNINGHAM, Nu. ?r?7 Fn-t ?.t.,,,
corner Tweiiiy-Urm. -nst Ma">?
PINO BTREET PHARMACY. No "1 &-',?,
1^t'l!r.a?!|,H.?ie?l:rAUUlfal C0" N?. <U
Tr..VH..'o.">; PHAR"4CY. No. toi We.?
????$ I'UAUS,A('V' Twenty-elglilh una N
V,1?!J";'Ei'iVI^'A'1'',1'- SVU FW?' Btre?t,
J. V. LEWIS, No I I.im Broad Htrtel
'^iihLsTre?u. WAUtBR- -rfwiyWth and
CARTER'S Will?; STORE. No. 110" Hull
KtifOI. Munchemer. '"" uu"
XV A PERKINS, No. 3 West Tabb filmet,
I'?tersl?uiK. Phono No. 170.
TWENTY-EIGHTH AM) N STREET J'RAU
MAC?, Twenty -eighth and N Btreu's.
"What is responsible for "Wllllo's swollen thumb? i
FOR SALE.
PENN CAI3 COMPANY.
HA VINO A POUT 40 HEAD OF HORSES
nnd innres, from $20 to $75, been used in
our city business, nil Rood, fast, ser?
viceable stock; right out of the hardest
kind or work; some a Ifttie foot sore
from city use. It Is our custom to dis?
pose of our surplus stock, as our sen
shore work and busy season Is over,
and we arc getting ilor.-n to winter re?
quirements; positively no reasonable of?
fer refused. If you buy a horse hero
and It does not come up to our Runr
nntee In ten days from day of purchase,
return hlirr and we will refund you your
money. We are no dealers. A reliable
firm In Philadelphia will back up this
advertisement. Amonpst the lot two
pair of dapple Iron-grays, oho pair of
handsome brown mares nnd four pairs
of liny marcs, ranging In ago from 5 to
7 years; three young mares In foal very
chenp; nlso 7-year-old brown horse,
weight MOO pounds, $."?5; dapple gray
horse, f! years old. about 1,250 pounds,
?75; chunky brown mar?, $40; also rubber
tire Rromrhm. coupes, harness, etc.
Call PENN CAB CO.. 3S27 Filbert street,
Philadelphia, Pa., three squares wost
of Pennsylvania Railroad station.
Louis p. paries. Manager, Roll Tele?
phone, Idienst 3318D.
TRIOG SHIPYARD ECJtjIPMENT, CON
slstlng of machinery, toots, store-room
supplies. MOTORS. 10 H.-P. to 200 H.-P.
PELTING. Ringle and double leather.
Shafting, pulleys, hangers, etc.: lumbtr
and the wood, cheap. S. 31. TOML1N
SON, Riihmond. Va.
WANTED?TO SELL, FIRST-CLASS
flrug stur.?; gun?! opportunity for rlRht
nniii; reason for.selling want to retire
from business. Adress F 1*1. care
Times-Dispatch.
KALENA, THE CLEANSING PASTE,
for the toilet, or in the kitchen. Try a
box, you will like It; 5. 10, 35 and 25c.
sizes. VIRGINIA GENERAL SUPPLY
CO., 531 E. Main Street (upstairs).
ALBEMARLE SWEET CIDER BY BAR
rel or carload; also manufacturers of
superior snow white corn meal. Write
for prices. GREENWOOD GRIOT <4
CIDER MILES, Greenwood Depot, Va.
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN
on Awnings, Tents nnd Flags; prompt
work; large stock. H. E. COPELAND
& CO. -3">hone 257".
EGGS FOR SETTING?PURE BRED
single comb brown Leghorn eggs, 66 cts.
IB eggs; $3.150 per 31?. Best winter lay
<? r s. Satisfaction guaranteed. T.
AVOOLTER. Lawrencevllle, Vn.
?.tTIfor A ROUND SELF-FEEDER
Stove. Isinglass doors, at JURGEN'S
FURNITURE STORE. 419-121 East
Broad street.
FOR SALE. GENUINE ANTIQUES. MA.
hogany Furniture. Fenders, Andirons;
no Imitations. C. M. MOORE, 219 East
Main.
FOR SALE?WAGONS AND. TRUCKS.
Painting, repairing, rubber-tire work.
RICHARDSON BROS., ?13 Brook ave?
nue.
BARD PL V MOUT H ROCKS. ViVl'lS _tXN
eggs for $1. NOAH MOSES, Chatham,
Vn.
FISH FISH1 FISH!
..????...?.'.??.????i.,,.,,.
FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS I WILL
sell three largo corned shad for 25c;
three large mackerel. 25c; one dozen
small mackerel. 25c; one dozen roo her?
ring. lKc. II. F. WALDROP, 30.", Brook
avenue.
WATCH REPAIRING.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR
(?leaned by WM. TOBIEN, Jr., Is a
guarantee that It I? done properly; 20
yearH" experience. Cleaning, $1.00; Main
Springs. $1.00. 40? East Broad streot.
All work guaranteed.
POULTRY WIRE.
BIG STOCK OF POULTRY WIRE;
also all kinds of Farm Implements;
prices to suit. ELBA HARDWARE CO.
PERSONALS.
?VERY HOME SHOULD HAVE A HOT.
tie of "Graft's Royal" for pianos nnd
fino furniture. A sample for the tasking.
P. O. Box 1157.
t=
PLUMBING.
PLUMBING. GAS FITTING, TINNING
and all kinds of sheet metal work dono
In tlrst-clnos manner, Hot-all furnaces,
ranges and fireplace, stoves. l?. Vf.
DORSET & CO.. 71S East Cary street.
"Phone 2917.
1-!??'." '? .:-t=|,
FLOOR STAINS AND VARNISHES.
WE CARRY HARRISON'S Fl.ouil
HtnliiM nnd Vernlshes; the host that can
be had. ELBA HARDWARE CO., Henry
and Broad Streets.
PURE FOOD.
1'IIK rich NUTRITIVE QUALITIES OF
"CALLIER'a"CHOCOLATES" oro nat
Isfylng and strength giving, milking It
Boconij in none, bin vastly superior to
other chocolate?. Kohl overywnera.
COAL AND WOOD.
LEADER IN LOW PRTCEB-YOU CAN
got wood moHt anywhere, but what do
you get? Ask the rook If she Ihih useil
LQTlg'B wood; she will say get It again,
1 am the original man; other? imitate,
hut f?itv duplicate. I soil N. (,', h. P.
Wood. Oiie'i used never refused, I hnvn
n very large ?took on hanil and will ncll
half co-fa" mixed, t'd.r/.i. Yard?. Ilown
nnd Mnriihnll, 'phone 1320:. yard?. 1201
West ilroad, 'phone IOC0. E. T. LONG.
WOOD AND COAL. I"3* YOU WANT A
l.md of wood and rnal, ?ea A. E, LONG.
t03 3'"ust Mnln Street. Ho him a plan
Huit Will allow ?ou tu pay by tliu v/fcuk.
NOTICE.
R. B. BRAUER. THE UP-TO-DATE
Paper Hanger and Wul! Paper Man, of
208 N. Fifth Street, will remove to 1.0
East Broad Street, on or before Mnrch
Etli. Xo Interruption to business. Large
stock of latest patterns In Wall Paper
lust arrived; all work done prompilj".
Give hlni a call before having your work
done.
WE DESIRE THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that we have moved to 71 E"ast Main
street, and will carry a full line of R??
anos, Organs, Talking Machine Music,
&c. Will bo phased to have our friends
call and see ouv handsome new store.
MANLY B. RAMOS CO.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF AWN
iiig?, lents and i'lags In the South;
prices right. II. E. C'OPELAXD & CO.;
108 North Ninth. 'Phone 257?.
WE GUARANTEE TO CURE INDIGES
tlon and dyspepsia: consultation free.
DIVINE HEALING INSTITUTE, 219
East Clay street, Richmond. Va..
NOTICE?IF YOU WILL SEND ME $2.13
I will send you a Rillon of corn whiskey,
eljrat years old. BEN TERR?. Clarks?
ville, Va. \\
LET US BUY IT. WE BUY EVERY
THING. VA. SALVAGE AND WRECK?
ING COMPANY. 110 N. SEVENTH ST.
EVERY" KIND OF GARDEN TOOLS,
carpenters' tools, machinists' tools, at
HARR3S HARDWARE CO._
BOOK BINDING AND PRINTING.
S. B. ADKINS & CO.. COMMERCIAL
printers; printed nnd blank book bind?
ers. 'Phono 2SS:, 4 nnd 6 Governor
street.
MEETINGS.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
New York, February 2. 1906.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
general meeting of the stockholders of
Southfjrn Hallway Company lias been
called by the Board of Directors, and
will be held at the principal ofllce of
the company In the city of Richmond.
Virginia, on Wednesday, the 18th day of
April, 1906, at 10 o'clock In tho fore?
noon, for tho purpose of considering an
issue and sale of Development and Gen?
eral Mortgage Bonds by Southern Rail?
way Company, and the creation of n
mortgage upon tho property of the com?
pany to secure the same, all as proposed
in the communication of Samuel Spen?
cer, president, to the Voting Trustees
dated February 1, 1908 and of acting
on such other business as may be law?
fully brought before the meeting. The
transfer books of both preferred and
common stock of this company will be
closed on April 7. 1906, and opened again
on April 19, IM?. By order of the Board
Of Directors. R. D. LANKFORD, Sec?
retary.
Atlantic Const Line Railroad Company,
Ofllce of the Secretary,
._ February 16. 190?.
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN THAT A
special general rrreetlng of the stock?
holders of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail?
road Company has been called by ths
Board of Directors, to be held at the
office of the company In the city of
Richmond. Va., at 10:30 o'clock A. 31,
on Thursday, tho 8th day of March, A.
D.. 1906. for tho purpose of considering
nnd acting upon a proposition to In?
crease the capital stock of said com
pony to the aggregate amount of sixty
millions of dollars (W0,000,OOO3. which
proposition will be submitted for their
approval. The books for tho transfer
of the capital stock of the company will
bo closed on Friday. February 23. 190?
nt 3 o'l-lock P. M., nnd reopened on Frl
uay, March 9, 390(1, nt 30 o'clock A M
H. L. BORDEN. Secretary. '
BY REQUEST OF THE HOLDERS OF
a majority of tho stock of tho Southsido
Lan.3 and Improvement Company, a
special meeting of the. stockholders of
that company for the election of ofllcers
anil directors and for the transaction
of such other business ns may come
before It, will be hold upon Thursday,
the Sth day of March, 1906, at 32 o'clock
noon In Room 28. Times Building, Rich?
mond. Va. WILLIAM C. SEDDON,
President.
TI IE A NNI 'AL MEETING OF"THE
stockholders of the E. B. Taylor Com?
pany will In. held at the ofllco of tho
company, No, 1011 East Main street,
Richmond, Vn? March 33, 39<'6, at 3
o'clo??k P. M. Vf. E. HENDERSON,
Secretary,
SEALED PROPOSALS.
GENERAL DEPOSE OF THE QUARTER?
iiiriHter's Depurtjnont, Washington, D.
<?'., February 21, liH.'fl.?Sealed proposals,
In tripl?cate, will bo received at this
ofllco until 2 o'clock P. M.. Monday,
March 2H, I'jOfl, for furnishing and de?
livering In tills city five thousand Trunk
Lockern, to be made in accordance with
Hpei'ifh'iitliuiH and sample on exhibition
at tnis ofllce. full particulars may be
had by applying to this omcei. U. S.
reservo? tho right to reject any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Enve
Inpi'H containing proposals must bo
marked "Proposais for Trunk Lockers,"
ami adilii'HHi'd . 1(> CAPTAIN A, Vf.
PUTT, Quiirternniator, U. 8. Army, In
charge, of depot.
CHURCH NOTICES..
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH.-To-day being
Ash Wi'dncHiliiy, divine servicio will bo
h?l.|. ni il A, M. The'offorlng will bu
for tlu< benefit of flio "ITuycr-Uook So
flcty ul' virulilla,"
AMUSEMENTS.
Everybody is Learning to Skate
In the Big Rink at the Reservoir
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Three Sessions Daily, 10 to 12,4 to 6 and 8 to 11
Tuesday and Friday mornings
for Ladies' and Children only
Moving Pictures Every Night Except Friday
Races, Skating Contests and Other
Events Every Friday Night
Band Concerts Every Afternoon and Night
Free Sacred Concerts Every Sunday
Afternoon, 3 to 5 O'clock
1 ACADEMY il
TO-NIGHT AT 8 AND ALL THIS
WEEK.
Mats. Wed. and Sat. at 2:15.
Klaw & Erlanger's
MIGHTY BEAUTY SPECTACLE,
Humpty
Dumpty
With the
Original Cast of 300.
Prices: -60c., $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
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BIJOU
EVERY NIGHT. MATINEES, TUES.,
THURS., SAT.
Charles E. Blaney Presents
LOTTIE WILLIAMS
IN THE MUSICAL COMEDY-DRAMA,
My Tom Boy Girl.
Next Week?Dan Ryan, In new Repertoire.
The Southern Trio,
Negro Melodies, Banjo and Song and
Mart King, The Story Teller.
Central Y. M. C. A. Hal).
Saturday, March 3d, 8:15 P. M.
Reserved feats, 25 conta, on sale.
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Take the Trip.
Superbly Illustrated Lectures.
Rev. Curtis Lee Laws, of Baltimore,
Central Y. M. C. A.. Main and Sixth
Streets, Thursday; March lat. S P. M.:
"London, Oxford, Strntford and Edin?
burgh."
Friday. March 2d, 8 P. M.: "Venice,'
Florence. Rome and Pompeii." '
Tickets at Y. M. C. A-, 50c.
Special course for children under 15
year? of ago at West View Baptist
Church, Grove Avenue and Meadow
Street, Wednesday, Thursday and Frl-.
day of this week at 4 P. M.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open daily from a A. M. to 5 P. M.
Admission, 25 cents. Freo on Saturday.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
OPEN 10 A. M. TO C P. ?I.
ADMISSION. 26o.
FREE ON SATURDAYS.
R?cIioT?ES
MAY GO TO MARKET
Third Market to Be Closed?Can
Be Made Into An
Armory.
The sub-committee from tho Council
Committee on Markets mot last evening
and discussed tho Third Market, corner
J.luden and Cary Streets, and what dis?
position to make of it.
The figures furnished W tho auditor
and the cleric of tho market showed con?
clusively that as a market house, tho
Linden and Cary Street property Is a
failure, dnd the committee was not long
In reaching tho conclusion that It should
be closed. It was not so easy to arrive at
a conclusion a? to what. Is, host to do
With it afterwards.
It was shown to tho satisfaction of
the committee that with tho expenditure)
of flfteon or twenty thousand dollars tho
market house can bo made Into a, first
class armory. The committee also reach?
ed tho conclusion that with thu comple?
tion ot tho Jefferson Davis Momorlal
Arch and Auditorium and tho Jehor??n
Hotol Auditorium,'- Richmond will have
all tho hall room ? she will need for a
Ion? time to como.
Putting this and that together, tho sub
commlttoo decided that tho .tiling lo do is
'to recommend to tho full committee that
tho Third Market bo closed us a ui'irket
us soon as practicable, and that tho
building las thon remodelled- and made
into nil up-to-diilo armory and tho koys
turned over to tho Richmond Ught I?
fantry nines for their use, nnd this Is
what was dono.
The proposition that came -through a
real estate agency to rout the property
at ih&OO por annum was Bent on to the
lull committee without foeummendutlon.
ML BE DEATH
TO FAKE CLUBS
Snator Thomas Prepares Accept?
able Amendment to -Mann
Liquor Law.
LEAVES IT IN JUDGES' HANDS
They Are to Pass on Moral Stand?
ing of Applicants for Charter
for Clubs.
By vesting: In judges power to refuso
and revoke license? unless satisfied be
yonil all question of the moral character
nt thoso making application before tho
court, Mr. Thomas, of I.ynchburg, In ?in
amendment satisfactory to Judge Mann.
?i? practically .?minding tho death-knell
of the mushroom or f-.tko club, so-called,
?uni acceptai. le. It Is said, to the bona
lide organizations, slnco Tt removes the
necessity for placing them on a basis
with saloons, subject to all the laws reg?
ulating and restricting tho trafile la
whiskey, has; it Is believed, at last solved
the vexatious social club problem, which
lias been a thorn In the sido of tho Gen?
eral Assembly for several wooks.
Whether or not the Mann soclnl rlulj
biil. as thus amended, will be agreeable
In all Its parts to the "gentlemen's clubs."
the change suggested by Mr. Thomas so
far smoothed put the difficulties that tho
measure, which on the preceding eve?
ning had been referred to a special sub?
committee, was yesterday reported fa?
vorably In the Senate by the full Com?
mittee on Finance and Ranks. Tho pro?
vision requiring all social clubs of what?
ever sort to take out regular saloon
licenses Is retained. The objectlonntile
o?anse, setting; forth that tho clubs would
bo "entitled to all the privileges nnd sub?
ject to all the restrictions, conditions and
penalties" imposed upon saloons, Is
stricken out, nnd nt the end of the act
Is added the Thomas amendment,' as fol?
lows:
Provided that a certified list of the
members and the names of the offi?
cers of sucli clubs, lienevolont Insti?
tution, society or corporation bo fur?
nished to the Judge of the Circuit or
Corporation Court granting such li?
cense, and at the time such license Is
applied for, and provided further that
the Judge shall satisfy himself before
grunting such license that the char?
acter of such members is such thnt
in his judgment no harm will result
to the moral or material welfare of
tho community in which such club.
Ixmovolent Ini'Mtutlon. society or cor- .
porutlon is located; and be It further
provided that the judge shall liavo
full power to revoke such license
whenever- In his judgment tho moral
or material welfare of tho community
may render It desirable to revoke the
same.
Dodged the Taxes.
The Importance of the amendmont may
be seen at a glance. Under the existing
I law nil clubs pay a per capita fee an
I their membership, the sum not In any
instance to exceed $360, and aro not
subject to tho statutory provisions gov?
erning saloons. Genuine social clubs,
with large rolls, paid a Hum equivalent
to the license tax on saloons. Tho mush?
room clubs presented lists containing a
bare sulliciency of names and paid on
these and no others, evading the license
tux and at tho samo time escaping tho.
saloon laws. To meet this movement
Judge, Maim proparod his amendment
requiring nil social clubs to take out tho
regular' lleonso and subjecting them all
to tho restrictions of tho general whis?
key laws. In doing this ho wns corn
polled, much to his own regret, fre?
quently expressed, to include tho "gen?
tlemen's clubs," slnco no distinctions
could be drawn under tlie law, It was
apparently tho only way to stamp out
the "fake" clubs. The bona fide clubs,
so far as could bo ascertained, did not
object to the payment of tho license tax,
which they now pay. as stated, but did
object to being lined up with saloons
and subjected to tho restrictions gov
?ernlng tho whiskey trafllc. Judge Mann
mudo an earnest appeal to thoso bona
? fide clubs to consent to forogo their
privileges "for tho sake of stamping out
one of tho greatest ?ovlls that has over
t appeared in this Commonwealth," and
! tho appeal mot with come response.
"Neither the Commonwealth nor the
Westmoreland Club of Richmond ap?
peared lit opposition to the bill," said
Judge ?Mann yesterday, "und I heartily
tippvoclato their attitude toward this
movement."
Nevertheless other cluJba did object,
and various expediences designed to ox
onipt tho bona fide clubs weru suggested,
but without much effoct. It was propnse.l
for ono thing that the finunolul standing
! of tho clubs applying for license bo mude
j. tho. dividing lino. Such a plan as this,
i however. It was pointed vut, would place
the. bui'dans not only upon tho "fake"
eltflis It wits desired t<? ?hive out, hut
also upon the smaller bonii-fldo clubs,
not so wealthy, Imt In every other ro
spoct in il h good standing as tin., club?
who??! aflluenco enabled them to encana
the tornm of the new act. Much dlscii??
slon ensue?! ami the problem prove?! vi-.-y
knotty. There seemed no wiiy out of
tho difficulty tintII th?.. nmendment pro?
pOHlng tho "charter" feature wits pre?
sented toy the Lynchburg Senator yeslcr.
flay morning at the mooting of th?. ]??]'.
nanee Committee, Instead of malting -ill
ClUbti amenable to the whiskey laws th?i
bill us It now stands with this amend?
ment, simply empower?? the Judges to r?1
fuse license to chilis who ennnot file a
list nt members niitlsfactory to the court.
Everything- IS left lo the Judge. Tim
necessity ?if placing club? under tho
whiskey laws dlsnppears, and this fea?
ture of the hill is stricken out. A fako
club with n. "bogus" list could get n??
license, nntl without a license could ?lo
no business.
A liona fldo club, with .1 genuine list of
men In good stamUng, would olit;?tn
license without ?piestlon. nnd would ???m
tlnue to operate precisely n?i It does how.
There would be no financial consideration
that woiil?! Impose a hardship upon a
boiiu fldo club, whose only fault was it?
comparative poverty,
General Approval Likely.
This, It Is claimed, would be the effect
of the social club bill as reporte?! favor?
ably, and though no communication has
passed between Judge Mann and Mr.
Thomas and the botia lid.? dubs, thc be?
lief Is expressed that the nf.w ,,i?,n w???
meet with general approval, certainly
with recognition, as being the best way
suggested yet out of a very real-ami i>er
plexlng difficulty. The bill, as report?.!,
will probably pass. Judge Mann said yes?
terday that ho was satisfied with It, an?!
that he accepted the Thomas amendment
believing that It would effectively meet
the conditions.
Practically nil ?>f th?. new M?iin bills
are now out of committee and havo token
their piare on the calendar. The report??
of the Finance Committee, the Committee
on General Laws, and the Committee x?>r
??ourts of Justice, ?m several of tho whis?
key measures. w<?re made yesterday, as
forecast. Judge Mann stat?.? that he will
begin the tight the latter part of this
week, or early In the n??xt.
At the session of the Kennte yesterday
afternoon the finance Committee re?
ported ndversely the Hoherts bill to au?
thorize the sal?; of wine, ardent spirit*.
innlt Hquora or any mixture thereof ?it
sanatarliim??. upon physician's prescrip?
tion. This bill, it 1.1 understood, h??l
particular reference t<> n certain sanato?
rium. While anxious to give ?.very con?
sideration In any particular case, Ji .]???<?
Mann vigorously opposed a general law
on the ground that "sanatariums" would
onre begin to spring up everywhere
pretty inurh as did the "fake clubs" now
so obnoxious. With reference to the
particular Institution In question It wan
shown. It Is said, that an overwhelming
majority of the people lu it did nut desire
the sole of whiskey In the hotel, that
the entire amount needed <ll?l not exceed
for medicinal purposes five gallons a year.
and that the cost of this was less than
the Pnited .states revenue tax, so that
the proprietor could save money by ? > n
chaslng tho five gallons and giving It
away Instead of paying the United States
tax fur the privilege ?if selling it.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
House Committee Makes Recom.
mendations Regarding Judgeship,
The House Committee for Courts ?if
Justice yesterday reported Senate lii\l
No, 14? In regard to th?- judicial circuits,
with the followhj; amendments:
Klghth Judicial circuit?AlbemarloL
Orecne and Madison, Hon. John M.
White. Judge.
Ninth?Culpeper, Ornnge,, Louisa and
Goochland. Jlon. Daniel A. Grlmsley,
Judge.
Twenty-fifth?Kockingham and Page.
Judge to be elected.
Twenty-sixth ? Itappahannofk. Fta.it
rjiiire and f-oudoun. Judge to bo elected;
Twenty-seventh ? Buchanan, Russell
and Scott. Judge to be elected.
Twenty-eighth?Isle of Wight, Prin?
cess Anne and Portsmouth city. Judge
to be elected.
Twenty-ninth'?Amherst, Nelson, Buck?
ingham and Fluvanna. Judge to be
elected.
If the bill shall go through the House
and Senate as amended by tho House
iimmlttee. five new Judges will have to
bo chosen. Its is not known who will be put
forward In the proposed new twcnty-dftli
and twenty-sixth circuits. Hon. William
E. Burns, of Russell, Is the choice in
the twenty-seventh, and former Senator
R. E. Boykin, of Isle of Wight, In the
twenty-eighth.
There are several prominent men men?
tioned In tho twenty-ninth. They aro
former County Judge W. G. Loving arid
Commonwealth's Attorney Bennett T.
Cordon, of Nelson, and Messrs. London
Scott and W. K. Allen, of Amhorst.
It Is not known that any of these gen?
tlemen would aspire to the honor, hut
Is likely that they and perhaps others
would receive consideration.
Tho House yesterday afternoon en?
grossed ono hundred and five bills, which
Is by far the best record made in either
branch during tho session. This means
all kinds of work for tho body, however,
and It will require much more time to
get them finally passed. It means one
hundred and five roll calls, and a long
and desultory sitting, if Indeed th.-.v
shall all bo passed before the session
ends. As many as three sessions dully
aro shortly expected.
REV. DR.~CURTIS L. LAWS
AT WEST VIEW TO-NIGHT
Rov. Dr. Curtis Lee Laws, of Baltimore,
will conduct the mid-week prayer servie?
at West View Baptist Church to-night.
He. will preach 011 "The Mystery of Un?
answered Prayer." A cordial Invitation is
extended to tho public to attend the sei
vlce, and as Dr. Laws Is an exceptionally
lino preacher, all who attend will bo well
X'iaws it-Ill speak to children at-Wert
View tills afternoon, Thursday nnd ?r "
dav afternoons at 1:.10 o clock. Ho 1? -
tures at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday and
Friday nights._
A Fair Inference.?Dorcas: "Tho opera?
tion was successful, but the patient could
not survive tho shock." Mrs. Dorcas:
"Gracious! How careless to let a poor
man In his condition Und out what the
operation cost."?Puck.
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