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Now Is theTime to Secure Summer Boarders-Secure Good Ones
By Placing' Your Ad. in The Times-Dispatch Want Ad. Columns. The Rate for Classified Want Advertising In 1 cent per word, Not Cosh In AD VANCE, with a minimum cost of 10 centa for each Insertion. The same rat? nppMcs to deaths, marriages. obituaries and all other classified no? tices. No display type allowed In the classified column?. LOST AND FOUND. LOST?ON BROAD AND TWENTY lifth cur. between Seventeenth and BrOAd and the base-ball park, or ul tho park one Gold Mounted Camed Scntf? Pin. Reward If returned to \V. I*. ROCHE. 1216 East Cnry. LOST-MAT 1ITH. A SHRINKR Badge Parrying a Maltese bangle, finder will return to thlr- ollice and re? ceive reward. . HELP WANTED?Male. BOY WANTED?WANTED, A STOUT hoy to loiirn electrotyplng. Do not ap ]i|\- uniese you arc a sticker and not n f raid of work. RICHMOND TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE FOUNDRY, 17-21 North Twelfth Street. BR?N?ILr*MA*NAGERS WANTED: $20 ens?i weekly; live at home; oxperlonc unnecessary; no canvassng. Endoso stamp for particulars. ALUMINUM HANGER CO.. Chut field, Minn. GOOD I.IYE INSURANCE MEN TO handle ono of the best propositions ever offered the public; liberal contracts to the right men. Apply between tin' hours of S and 30, Room 43, Merchants National Biuik Building. (LIGHTNING ROD SALESMEN WANT c'd; must bo sober and Industrious; ca? pable of cnrnln.tr $50 per week; cash salary $50 per month; commlulons and expenses; give references as to ?apa - blllty; must be a hustler. Address H ?46J?, care Times-Dispatch, Richmond, ya. MEN AND BOYS WANTED-LEARN plumbing, brlcklaylnK. plastering, three best tnulcs, U, S. government employa gradu?tes. Union cHi-ds guarantoea. Catalogue free. COYNE BROa. TKADb. SCHOOLS, New York, Chicago, -t. Louis. __. MEN% 'AND BO YS XV A NTED-1 ?B? RN plumbing, plastering, bricklaying; union card guaranteed; free catalogue. COYNE PROS. TRADE SCHOOLS, New York. Chicago; St. Louis. .i.ihtolnnrhse.srdlnclrrf mbfwoof yowatne MINERS "WANTED-STEADY Em? ployment and good wages for all classes of miners at ARMIMua MINES, Mineral, Va. ?WANTED-TRAVELING SALESMAN; n hustler with good habt Is and refer? ences required. DYSFEPTINOL MFG. CO., Roanoke. Viu_ [WANTED-: AN ASSISTANT DRUG Clerk. Address Dr. J. A. DRAKE, Clarlcsville, Va. ?\-^\NTED-SOTlER. RELIABLE PRINT-! cr for country office at once. Apply to COURIER, Roxboro, N. C. EXPERIENCED SALESMEN "WANTED in our Men's Furnishing Department. SITUATION WANTED?Male. YOUNG MAN OF TWELVE YEARS' experience in book-keeping; nnd capable of managing offlcc, desires to make a .chango and prefers a position In Rich? mond. Address A .'in?, caro Times-Dis? patch office. ? "HELP WANTED?FEMALE. [WANTED,?A WOMAN OR GIRL WITH experience to take charge of hotel pantry work. Address TUE McADOO, M. W. Sterne, proprietor, Greensboro; N. C. ' ! "WANTED-COOK AT ONCE; WAGES $15.00; three In-family. 'Phone 25*11. EGG BAKING POWDER, EGG BAKING POWDER, MADE OF whites of oggs, whent phosphates, bicarbonate soda; absolutely pure; saves eggs,_ STORAGE. FOR CHEAP AND DRY STORAGE rooms apply to RICHARDSON & CHAPPELL. Storage Department. Uol vtdere Building, .??o? . W.. Main Street. TRUNKS And bags. .WE WANT YOU TO CALL AT 70.1 EAST Broad Street and convince yourself that we have iho larges, and liest lino of Trunks and Traveling Necessities in tha city; repairing done. M. W, ROUN TREE & ?RO,, Trunk and .i?_-_ Co. FRAMING. THE CRAia ART CO. AOREES TO frame the Gibson pictures given by this paper on Sundays for 8.1 cents. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITERS. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ', Legnl Reporting. Deposition.*, Export Mimeograph Work, on American Bank Building. 'Phone .070. ROSES! ROSES! ROSBSI OUR 16 AND 20C. ROSES WILL MAKE handsome bushes and bloom profusely this season. MERIT rose Co, COAL AND WOOD. VllE wool MAN?OFFERING AS AN inducement for a few days perfectly dry Slabs, easy to Bpllt, trrakes quick Are and a perfect preparation for hoi weather cooking. All Hinds of wood prepared as desired, E. T. LONG Harrison and Broad, 'phone Mi'!); Bowii and Marshal), 'phono 1320. SHEARS SHARPENED, JOE 8ICKER8TAFF 8H?RPBN_ TAIL? ors' and barbers' shears, lull E. .Main. MACHINERY. SPECIAL AND PATENTE!? MACHIN? cry bullt. Why not have vour Ideas developed Into something thiit von ran turn Into moi e>"; That Is part of our buslnes? <? it ['ORD CO Trigs SIiId? ml 'PI, VEGETABLES. FRESH VIRGINIA MUSHROOMS AS* Oti.rai.UB, Berries, Egg Plum. Bq'nash, Rl-.ul rul-, Celery, etc. M. ".ANDER, \o S K?!*t Broad Street, )___ and 18S5 'phone, PERSONALS,^ II- VOl* SEH ANVBODV WITH BTOCJiV, healthy rose bushes there Is no need oj "-*-, ri ?klnv; where they came from, as they (jot them from MERIT HOSE CO. UNION TAG 'p.".' EVERY RAO OF MA HOGANY ?LEND T.OH.tCCO; Rich . moud made. J >E BICKEltHTAFP ?ELl.fi AND I'K pslri all kind? qi bicycle: 1S11 i;. Main. '"miscella? ?O? s. UNION TAG ON EVERY RAG OF MA. HOGANY BLEND TUHAl.VO; Rich inonfl made jio? "l-iiCKER.-r.-. FF si ;:.i..- BASE? ball good? iii.J Hulling tuckK?, : *:_ ?__. "_*ia?' BOARDING f?lOHTH STREET, NORTH, MO-WANT ed, permanent, transient and table boarders. Terms reasonable; home com? forts. GRACE ST., E. 103.?WANTED, BOARD ers for two nice, lnrge rooms and one single room; cool nnd pleasant; per niaiuent or transient._ OR?CE ST., W. 31?.-ELEOANTLY furnished rooms, llret-clnas table; per manent or transient, WANTED-BOARDERS, PERMANENT, transient and table. 107 North Seventh street. Terms reasonable, (HL' EAST GRACE ST.?BOARDERS wanted! large and small rooms; every convenience. SUMMER BOARDING. THE BON AIR COTTAGE IS OPEN for summer boarders. Address Mrs. IT ANNIE DUNN, Bon Air, REAL ESTATE WANTED: " LADY WILL TAKE BEST CARE OP home during stummer In owner's nb sonco; best references. Address D 200, care Times-Dispatch. WAftT.ETD-TOlBTJTi?"?TOR CASH, FARM In Virginia. Bend description at once, to EVERETT DUFOUR, Attornoy, Wash? ington, D. a '"^?A?T?sfA^??For Sa??T' LOTS IN CANDLTSH; NEAV TOWN: surrounded by richest land; liberal p 1 a n. CO-OPERATIVE HOME MAKERS, 602 Royal Insurance Build? ing, Chicago. ___ REAL ESTATE?For Rent. FOR RENT?PINE STORAOE WARE liouscs, formerly Trlgg Shipyard; South? ern Railway and water connections. Ad? dress C. B. KORD CO.. 'phono 302S, Trlgg Shipyards. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. STOCK COMPANIES INCORPORATED. If you have stocks or bonds for sale offer them through me to Investors. GEORGE M. KELLOGG, Broker, G40 I Elllcott Square, Buffalo. WANTED. WANTED?TO BUY A GOOD AND ? stylish wagon horse for a delivery wagon. Apply to J. B. MOSBY & CO. TO'?<BUY.?FURNITURE IN LARGE OR small aunntitlos. Address P. O. Box 775 JO? B?CKERSTAFP MAKES*' KEYS , and repairs locks. 1S11 E. Main. 'Ti?i UPHOLSTERING AND MAT TRESSES. JACOB UMLAUF, 'PHONE 3232, WILL repair and roupholster your furniture like new; will sell you a nice new Mattress; make old ones over llko new. Prices reasonable. PICTURES. TUE GIBSON PICTURES GIVEN BY . Sunday Tintes-Dlspatoli can be framed witli glass nnd back, ready to hang, for 35 cents at THE CRAIG ART CO. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. IF YOUR OLD BUGGY. NEED3 OVER lituillng and painting, carry It to B. C. BRISTOW; ho will do it right. IGOO E. Franklin Street. WE ARE SHOWING A TOP BUGGY that can be changed, to an open run? about instantly; two vehicles in ono. A. .MKYKli'S ?SONS, 120 S. Eighth. MILLINERY. ALL HAPS REDUCED ONE-HALF since Easier; largo stock of latest styles. Modern Sailors, were ?2.I.0, mow ?1.7S and $1.00; Nice Chip Bandeaux Sailors. ,-V) aenls. Over 100 doren fash? ionable shapes in wire frames, 22 cents. All sizes, sorts and shapes. No charge for I rimming, Car faro allowed per? sons living on suburbs and Manchester. Mrs. M. D, ("TIAMLEE, 310 and 818 East Broad. NEW AND PRETTY DESIGNS IN Spring Millinery, Imported and Dnnrestlc Trimmed Hata. Cail and select what you need for the season. Prices will surprise you. Mrs. JULIUS BEAR. 1423 East Main street. BRIGHT SfRINO AND SUMMER M1L llnory, all latest Shapes and shades; something pleasing for one. Call and seo my selection before buying. Mrs. M. L. W?RTHAM. 21(1 N. Third Street. PANAMA HATS. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS blenched, blocked, retrlmmed. AMERI? CAN HATTERS. 404 East Marshall, for? merly Ninth nnd Broad. >ISH AND CRASS. SOFT CRABS, HARD CRABS. CRAB meat und fish. M. ZANDER; successor I o H. C. Brauer. No. 3 East Broad. ?I'hones 1R?2 nnd 1S2..._ SHOE R E PAIR ?NQ, WHY PAY BOe. FOR RUBBER HEELS of any old make when we will give you lho best heel made-Morgan & Wright, wllh lho name stamped on tbo heel?for 3?, cents. We are able to do It, for wo buy direct from the factory at wholesale prices and give you the benefit;. Red Cross brand, 25 cents, as good as others charge double, While Oak Leather Half Soles?Man's, 7.r> cents; ladles', iio cents, DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, No. 710 East Main Street. 'Phono 2607. Times-Dispatch Branches. The folio win* Branch ?frico? t-.uv. i,B?n HUbllahCil fur lh* beoofll nt ihoKo ||V|h? ?tra dl.tance from the Main ortici, at Tho Ti?m. Iilbl-ulch. Til? Tlm.:?-lJIMuncl, ivnt,? !?'/[' ? ?ay of then? bronche? win reeelvo tii? il,,,? etirjful tttumlon u. thouKit they bail been juri ul lho Multt Office, un.l Hier? will bu no ?xir.? r.iai to tliu iKlvurlleitr. .xu: W. r. -.AN lit-., ?M8 K. lira*,. Htrest A. A. SCOTT. Twnntv-tlfit, ami !!,?? R,rM,. uMI1,fA'Tn s,r,.,s??,1','UMH' Tw?"?W ?-'a T?l???a?t^ii>,UNT * C?- 1^",J''h<", ?1"J ?BlrMt MniHm, No, ?00 We.t M?,ha|, T|^fnl?t? DRUQ HTO,lH' Nu- u? w?t ?,-j?. BB/VBRIPQE, Uropk Avenue uni Clay HAp?'H Dl.UCl STOHB, Hart?n llelrht. 1-K,,1?1.1?:-.?I I.Kfil KTOIIK. K,, |? f?i?iam?, burg Avmiuf, Fulton. ??????? lUUlIN'H l'ilAHMAi.'Y, No. sou K.i?t Mur.lmll CE?& F?,h,*a M "*? ?* ''i?'':? u!???Kr 1'1,AJUIA<Y? Ne? W Bouta lii?NI?i.XTlS?! KIKK-l-AUlUKH co. No 11. ?THE (-ARAGON I'HAIIMACY. No toi W?.t ? ? i ?Slr.lt. BATON ???llAHMAcr, Twenty-tight?! uni! N niB?N'ti PIlABMAOY No ll? Oaii?l fltreat J. T UEW18. No .1 IC-t Brood Sir ?M li-JNULKY k WALKER, T v.,,,,, yuan uno; I elKh plrerte. CAHfBH'S IVBtin BTORB, N... nw-ilull btr.,61. Minr.ln.?ter. W A. PBHK1N8, No, f) North Hicani'-i? ?H? -i. l-V-icrSburn. 'l^'e':\-:Y.}:',':ur'l AN" ? -STREBT l'UAil.? I UAC1. TwM,cj.j|K|,tl, an,. N air?.?!?. t.; ', \v :ci-.hn. isc, t.,,rntr Twt-aty-UMh ILI.? (.?.wi.r. v.VA Av.iiuu, ' Tho hounds are nttcr the fox. Do you see It? Answer to yesterday's pu-wlo. In tho cloak. FOR SALE. U. S. TRANSFER COMPANY. MOTO? power replaces the horse; SIM to $&>??w head of horses and 1?0 ? head young, bloolcy built mules, ages C-to S years, weighing 900 to 1,400 pounds, to bo posi? tively sold on account of our new motor wag?n system. Will be sold at rate' or 75 head a week. All good, sorvlcoablo stock, right out of hard work; also, ou head young, big. fat mares, pavement sore; will come sound In the county; _? sets nearly new harness at so.crince.heo SUPERINTENDENT, at stables, _6-_T North Paca Street, Baltimore, Md. TRIGG SHIPYARD EQUIPMENT. CON slstlng of machinery, tools, stornyroom Slip?lles, motors 05 H.-P. to 120 H.-P.), belting (singlo and double lenTnerl, shafting, pulleys, hangers, etc. Lumber and fire wood cheap. Address S. M. TOMLINSON, Shipyards, Richmond, Va. RICHMOND BEtTET PRINT COMPANY makes a"ue prints, rain or shine, by electricity. We pay strict attention to out-of-town orders. 2 North Eleventh Street. FOR SAL1***-A RETAIL DRUG Busi? ness located In a small town in Vir? ginia; SCO Inhabitants; good location; doing a splendid business. Apply to . .11. J. FOREMAN, 21S and 220, Citizen's Bank Building, Norfolk, Va. MULES. MULES, MULES?U. S* TRANS . fer Company; 60 head young mules, prices $100 to $150 a pair See SUPERIN? TENDENT, at Company's Stables, ?}15 417 North Paca Street, Baltimore, Md, ALBEMARLK SWEET CIDER BY BAR rel or carload; also manufacturers, of suoerior snow white corn meal. Write for prices. GREENWOOD GRIOT <_ CIDER MILLS, Greenwood Depot, Va. ESTIiMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN on Awnings, Tent9 and Flags; prompt work; largo stock. H. E. COPELAND & CO. 'Phone 2570. THE BEST VARIETIES AND THE best Rose Bushes In America, .1,00 per dozen nnd up. MERIT ROSE CO., W. Grace and Cedar. SAW-MILL COMPLETE, WITH TWO teams of mules; capacity, 10.000 feet daily. Address A 368, care Times-Dis? patch. ?sjoorj pun k_iuiu__ a. op u [At pooS oiuos ?oiruiuo Pin* sous,.! uoj_ 'Suijoo'__ pooo ooo's 'sxom? aooo ooo'oai?spivs bo..t Come get bargains. 423 1-2 North Sixth. REPAIRS AND RENEWALS TO EN glines, Boilers, etc. We will save you money?that Is our business. C. B, FORD CCL. Trlgg Shipyard. 'Phone 8028. SNOWFLAKH GRAB MEAT, PUREST on the market. M. ZANDER, No, 3 East Broad. FOR SALE-ENGINE, BOILER AND nil flxWres of a saw mill. Address G, m. D. Robinson, sw?nsbofo, va. ONLY SMOKE MAHOGANY BLEND and burning of your tonguo will end. NICE FAT SQUABS. NO. 3 EAST Broad Street. ART. THE GIBSON PICTURES GIVEN away by Sunday's Tinres-Dlspntch cn,n be framed at THE CRAIG ART CO. for 35 cents. FU~R? I T?RE AND CHINA PACKING. JACOB UMLAUF. 705 WEST MAIN street, will pack and ship your furni? ture, china, etc., with care. Let him puck yours. 'Phono 3292, SEALED PROPOSAL., GENERAL DEPOT OF THE C_r.ARTI.R muster'fi Department, Washington, ?. C, April i?y 1008.?Sealed proposals, in tripl?cate, will ba received at this odien until 2 o'clock P, M., Tuesday, Muy 15, 1806, and then publicly opened, for fur? nishing and delivering fuel and forage at Washington Barraoks and Washing? ton, D. (.'.; Ports Myor and Hum, Vs.; Port Washington, Md., and Arlington National Cpmetory, Vu.; Charlotte, N. C. ; Richmond, Vu.? Annapolis. Md., and mineral oll at Washington, D. <'. Also for removing ashen and refuse matter, furnishing lern, laundering towels, mid shoeing animals, In Washington, ?, r'., during the fincal year commencing .Oily 1. lor?. Blank forms and Instructions for making proposals and further In? formutlon will be furnished Intending bidders on application to this office; a. w. BUTT, Captain and Q-uurt?rh?as? ter, IT. B, Army. In chargn of depot. BANKRUPT NOTICE. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OK CREDITliRS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE EAST? ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. Tn flic Matter of I No. M0 A LEONARD l.l'OAH. In Bankrupt. ' Ba?ltruptny, To the creditors of A. LEONARD LOCAS, of llli'limo-a-l, In th(. county of llenrlcn, and dlsjrlci aforesaid - f3wak? nipt. Noil.-,- is hereby given that on the Mb day of V?_*. A- >>?? WM. Ihn said A. LEONARD LUCA? was duly mlludleatcd a bankrupt; nuil thai the first meet? ing of hi? croilitors win be iit-id in my office, Rijoiiib No. 10 and 12. Capital Law and Real Estate Building. Rlchiiiin .1, Vn , on the Kind DAY OF MAY, A. D.. .81X1. nl 10 o'C'lol.'k In Ihe forenoon, ,'it which time the sail] creditor? may nttet.it; prove iheli- claliii'H. ajip.ilril a truste.?, cximiln-.* tlio bankrupt and truiis'ict flljch other bit*li.iesn nn niriy proper*** conip Im?""' said meeting. TIIOS. H. SNEAD, May n. I'JtW. Referee In Hiinlmiptcy. Arthur M. Cunnon, Est, atUirmry for J/unl-.i upU NOTICE. HAVE MOVED NEXT DOOR TO MY old stand. Eighth and Mnln Streets. Everything new In Hats and Furnish? ing? OoodB; standarc makes; reasonable prices. MUSCOE H. OARNETT._ WE STAND READT AND WIUDINO to pay 1100 for the production of ajny case of pain wo cinnot euro to stay cured. Wo know how to sure sloknoBS and we cure it. Defective bearing cured. Referenco: Cured patients, DIVINE HHALENO INSTITUTE, 219 East Clay street, Richmond, Va, ?$5.000 TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND Gold Watches at N??w York rato of In? terest. N. F. JACOBS & SON'S LOAN OFFICE, 1720 EiiBt Main. DRAWINGS OF AIT, KINDS MADE nu I ok nnd accurate Room G. 2 North Eleventh Street. Phone 228-1. P. O. Box 742. MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF AWN ings, Tenta and ?lags in tne south; prices right. H. E. COPELAND & CO., 108 North Ninth. Phono 2576. NOTICE?IF YOU T*ILL SEND ME $2.11 I will send you a gallon of corn whiskey, el git years old. I3EN TERRY. Clarka ville. Va. WE MAKE BLUE PRINTS, RAIN OR shine, by electricity. 2 North Elevonth. 'Phone 2281. ONLY SMOKE MAHOGANY BLEND and burning of your tonguo will end JOB BICKKRSTAKT SHARPENS AND repairs lawn ?powers. 3Sl1 E- Main, USE "CRAFTS' ROYAL." THAT'S ALL. EDUCATIONAL, SCHOOLS AVISHING TEACHERS AND teachers wishing position for next ses? sion address CENTRAL TEACHERS' AGENCY, Box 12. Richmond. Va. MEETING NOTICE. A MEETING OF THE STOCK.HULD ers of the Jefferson Realty Corporation will be held at the Jefferson Hotel, Rlcli mond, Va., on Monday; May 14th, at lu o'clock. ,' (Slgneil) O. F. WHIS1UER, Sec. CHURCH NOTICE. *~ ~~~ ~" 'baptist! first baptist church (corner Rroad and Twelfth Street?)?Rov. OEO. W. M'DANIEf., ????..?tor.?Preaching at 11 A. M. by Rev. Dr. W. H; WIMTSITT,, of Richmond Col lega. A l 8:15 P. M. tho Rov. XV. E. EVANS. U. D., of tho Monumental Church, will preach tho annual sonnoa before tho Ladles' (joint. HiiiiiJay school (li. S. McCarthy, Suij>.) at UitfO A. M. A wcloru? to ull. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (CORNER Adams and Franklin).?Worship at 11 A. M. ami H : If, P. M., conducted by Rov. B. C. HEN INO, D. D. Sunday school 0:30 A. M. Thoniaa Starlco. Kupt. GROVE AVENUE ? BAPTIST CHURCH (Grove Avenue and Hooch Street).?Rov, J. U. HAWTHORNE', I). IJ.. paator,?Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. .Sunday Hchool at 0:30 A. M. GRACE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH (corner Grate and Eoushco Streets) ?Rov, CHAS. S. GARDNER; D, D., pastor.--.Sunday school ni 0:..i> A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M. by lo-v. rt. C, MITCHELL., 13. D. Prayer meeting Wednesday a? 8:if, P. M. WEST VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH (DROVH Avenue and Meadow Htroot)?WM. LOCKHART HALL, pastor.?Preaolilau at 11 A. M, and 8 P. M, Sunday school at 9:?0 A. M, Prayer meollnir Wednesday at 8 P. M. Seat? freu. Everybody Welcome, LEIGH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. Sorvlcofl and sermon al 11 A. M. and 8:1s p. M. Pri-ach.m,-' by Il?-v. , 13. H. HOMAR, D, 1). Subject of morning sermon, "The Qoodnesa of God,'1 ISvonlnj, "Th?. V-MtflVWlMS* Of Slrm." sun day HOhool ?:30 A. M, 13, C, Harrison, Supt, METHODIST. CENTENARY METHODIST C II IJ R U H (Grace ?sti'jtt, between Fourth ami Firth Sln-eliO?Rev. W. .1. YOUNG, D. D., pastor.? Services and semions at U A. II. by Rev. E. L. PBUti, O. V., and 8:10 P. M. by Rov. T. MeN. SIMPSON, D. D? Stinduy schon] ni ti:;>u A- M. All aro Invited, All seats free, UNION -STATION M. E. CHURCH (TWEN ty-futirth and N Street?)?Rev. R, M. MAX Er, inLHtor?Preaching at 11 A. M. anl 8 P. M. Sunday noliool at 0:30 A. M. PRESBVTEHIAN. FIRST PRESHVTERIAN CHURCH-REV. F, T, M'FADEN, D. D.. pastor.?Service? at IL A. M. and 8 P. M, ; Seats free. Cordial wel ^SECOND PRE.SDVTERIAN CHURCH-REV. RUSSELL CECIL D. P.. pastor.?Sunday Kor Vlcoa at U A. M. und 8 P. M. Wednesday J P. M. Sunday school at ilMG A. M SERVICES AT GRACE .STREET P1U3SHV? terlitn ?.'lurch at 11 A, M. and 8 P, M., con? din-led by Uio pastor, Rev, JERE WITHER? ' ?HUJtCli OF THE COVENANT (C'OItNER Park Avenue? and Harrison Hireet)?Rev. J, CALVIN STEWART, D. D? pastor?DlvIn? service? to-morrow at 11 A, M. and 8 P. M. Sunday ?i-hool at 0?,W A. M, Devotional service Wednoudiiy at 8 )'. M,_?? CHRISTIAN. MARSHALL H'J'UHIET C II II I S T I A N Churi-.h--P.ov. B. II. MELTON, pastor.-Preach? InK Kund..y at U A. M. and 8iji 1?, ,M. htin ilay school 0:.'?<) A. M. Christian Endcuvnr 7:15 P. M. west end CHRISTIAN church ion Merrill, between Main and Floyd Avenu.?)? prouchliiK to-morrow by Boy, HENRY l'EARCl? ATKINS nt It A. M. and S : J ", ?>. M. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Ell. ST (?HIIO'll OK CHRIST. SC| EN 1'lh'i (turner of llelvldere and Main .Street*).-- Sunnily morning n o'clock; subject, "Soul ami iioiiy." An experience and testimony meeting every Wednesday evoahitf al 8;8o o'clock, Tim rciui lnte-i?iom Is located In tin? Chamber of Coin? nii'i'i???, iin-1 Ih open every week day from 10 tu ?.?. All are cordially InvlU??!. SCHOOLS. University College of Medicine Medicine Dentlstly-Pharmaoy. STUART M'CIUIRE, M D.. Pruvldunt. Completo equip ment. Super or Cliiilas, Moderate Expenses. Mil.I climate. SludentH of Ibis College, under present MQdltlOlis of entrance and gradua tlnii, are able i? intet irtiulieinentu for admission to iiietiMn,,' iixainhmtldn? In uny State. Hulletin No. 8 lell? lio?? medical ?tulents aro al?enle?! by law? panned In many Stun? rvgululluu Uio practice of medicine. Address WILLIAM H? filBLBB, l'iottor, Richmond? V?, AMUSEMENT. BIJOU?ALL WEEK. USUAL MATINEES. CHAS. T. ALDRICH ? In ? Secret Service Sam? Next "Wook "Tho Bollo of Avcntio A." SPECIAL Next Monday, May 14, BEN GREETS OPEN AIR PIAYS Franklin Avenue and Shnfor Street, COMPLETE "ENGLISH COMPANY OF THIRTY. Matinco at 3;?0, AS YOU LIKE IT. Evcnln?. at S:.1fi: TWELFTH NIGHT, Prices: 6?C, tl and J1.R0. On salo at Branch R. Allen's and Jefferson Hotel. BASE-BALL. VIRGINIA LEAGUE, Richmond vs. Norfolk, May 10th, 11th and 12th. Gamo called at 4:30 P. M. Admission, 25c. Grand Stand, 15c. California Gardens NOW IN FUI-lL BLOOM. " ' Reached Via Sunset Express of tho ' Souihern Pacific DAILY PROM NEW ORLEANS TO SAN FRANCISCO. New Rails, New Enylne?, New Steel Bridges, New Equipment. Inquire Piper Building, Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md.; 6.12 Chestnut Street, Phil? adelphia' The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAT STREETS. OPEN 10 A. M. TO C P. M. ADMISSION, 26c. FP.__ ON SATURDAYS. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CI.AY STREETS. Open dally from 9 A. M. to B P. M. Admis? slon. 26 cents. Froo on Saturday. SUMMER RESORTS. CHALFONTE, Atlantic City, N. J? ALWAYS OPEN. On the Beach. Fireproof. Send for literature. The Leeds Company. GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WEST VIRGINIA. (Tho Old "White Sulphur.) Opens Juno 22. Famous for 1 ta Sulphur bath?. Modern Im? provement?, with pr?vala bath?-. Permanent Or L'lieatra, Terms, Jl? to f25 week; ?.Vi to <? per month. Write for lllu.-itrat.il booklet. AddreH? until June 1. GEO. A. MILLS, dr.. Manager; The Orufton. Washington; D. C* OCEAN STEAMERS. ANCHOR 1LINE OT.?SGO.W AND M?NTJONUERRY, Sailing- from New York every Saturday; NEW TWIN SCREW HTHAMhHII'S "OALEBONIA" ANT "COLUMBIA.'' Averti?? pannage 7*>. days, i AND FAVORITE STEAMSHIPS "ASTORIA" AND "FIITtNESSlA." For Rook of Tours und further Information apply to HENDERSON* BROTHERS. New York: or ANDREW WELSH. 528 E. Main St.; SAMUEL It. BOWMAN, 993 E, Mnln St., Rluli niond, LEGAL NOTICE. VIRGINIA?IN Tin?; CIRCUIT COURT OP THE COUNTY OP HENIUCO. "William R. Todd, Daisy Roll Llvenaj? (neo Todd.i, I.llllo May Todd and T. J. Toad, Isadora Gresham uiee Todd).. t'lalntlffs, vs. Isndorn. Todd, "Walter C. Todd, Adminis trator of "Walter .1. Todd, deceased and In hla own right; Laura R. Todd, Kate II. Todd, Oliironco l.lvosay, A. 8. Oros liain, Norma Todd, Wirt I.. Todd, Car? rie 13. Todd, Julian P, Todd, Mario Todd, Maulo h. Todd nnd Ruth Todd, the laut nix being Infants under tho age of twenty-one yearn.D?fendants. IN 'JHANOIWV. ( 10xtract from deereo of April lfi. 190?.) ? * ? "On consideration whereof, tho oourl doth adjudge, order and doe roo that this cause bo referred to one of tho Coni sloners of tills court, who is directed to take all necessary evidence, enquire Into and report to tho court its follows: ? * ? "(G) An account of all debts, owing hy tho said Walter .1. Todd, nt tho timo of his death;'and an account of all debtJ* or liabilities for which the said Wolter J. 'I'odd was In any \ylso liable at tho tlinn of 111 h denth. ? ? ? '.'Hut said Commissioner, before taking and stating tho sixth account above men? tioned and required heroin to bo taken, shall givo notice of tho timo nnd place of taking and stating said sixth account, by publishing said notice, onco a week for four successive weoks In Tho Tlrncft Olspatoh, a newspaper published In tho city of Richmond, tho publishing of which notice shall b? ?quivalent to personal ser? vice on all parties." Ofllco of Commissioner H, K. Peyton, Jr., 17 and IX Merchants National Bank Building. Richmond, Va. To All Parties Interested in tho Above Cause: You arc hereby notified that I heve llx* od upon mv oftlce, Rooms 17 and IS Mer? chants National Hank Building, Rich? mond, Va,, as tho place, and Monday, May _lst, 1906, 1,1 II o'clock A. M. as tho time for executing the requirements of the decree of which tho foregoing Is mi extract, when and where you will attend and do what Is nocessnry to protect your Interests heroin. (?Ivon under my hand as Commissioner this '^h day of April. lj^s_roN| ^ Commissioner, II, Bt. John C'oaltor, p, a. A pi. _1-ltiw*_w BAPTISTS HEAR . NOTABLE REPORTS (Continued from Firs. Hugo.) teres! lu Holiday ?elinnl work. Tho re port Vti.-cs n co'iipurii.lyo statement cov ei lug a period lit lll'leen years. In 18112 the net ass,Us of the board were - . ..OSI.?*!, in IAH. the total receipts wel'a ? 1U.r-7l.S3, ,ix I'M liny were ?l-H-.-lt?b.U*.. 'J.*llc?o lit-.? J hits glvn Homo Idea of lho romarku growth of the work. FUll tlotnlla aro ?Ivon concerning Similiiy school periodicals and ?j-tHor p llenlloiis of tho board, or Its relatl to the Bomtnnry, tn tho II. V, 1', tj i to tho Stflto boards. Tim report closed with a finning apt: for enlargement. Home and Foreign Missions Rov. Or. II. B. Gray. secretory, rt ihn report of tho Homo MIbsIoii Ron TIiIh roporl showed total .receipts' $l(i7,8flD.R.S, an Increase of over 2L cont. over lusl year. The board ] property nt various points in Its, lie valued nt $iafi,..fio.fiC. It employed, ivbolo or In part, S3S missionaries, x rlotis (lopnrtmanta of worlt am dlsciia.? In d?tail, arid, shown to bo In n pr porous condition, Tho board miggo that Hie convention undertuko n gone Bcliomo of evangelization. Rov. Dr. R. ,1. Wlllingham presen tho report of lho Foreign Miss: Hoard. Tho report gives on expression thanksgiving for the divine blessing the work committed to It. Tin.? uggrog; of the gifts to tho board aro $515,248 against $28.1,415.88 last year. A largo mi her of young mon antl women are npp Ing for appointment to the foreign not moro tbn.n In any former year. The port here gives a brief outline, of the si nt I oh In China, Africa, Japan, Bra: Italy, Mexico, Argentina, In all of will countries the. board has flourishing in slons. Sixteen new inlsslonnrles hn been sent out diirl ig the convention ye: F, I oven others aro tinder appoliitmc Tlicre have been no deatlli: among in slonartcB during the year. Six mnrrltif. nro reported. Various eluinges in t personel of the board are noted. Ch among Umso Is the iclircnmnt of Ri 33. 13. Homar from Die poitltlon of ass tant corresponding secretary which lind held for nix years, and in which had dono admirable work. Rev. Wllllfi II. Smith. D. P., lias been chosen to tl ofllce, and lins entered upon ills work Receipts. Tho treasurer's roport shows the, fi lowing receipts! Alabama, $30,?-5N>.62; Arkansas, $r.,70l. Distrlct of Co*UTri5ln, Jl.Kl.Oi; Florid $4,871.81; Georgia,v $52,t.27.00? Indian Tt i.fory, $783.7-1 ? Kentucky. $2?;,I120.31I; Lou! in no. W.-IM.W; Maryland, $0,000.77! MIhhI sippl, K(),28fl.Ko; Missouri, $12,437.08: Nor Carolina; ?S28.702.87i Tennessee, $18,400.? Texas, $26,220.18; Virginia. $10,770.70, ai from other sources $1,562.61; making grand total of ?15.248.-Sl. Tlio lot ?liabilities of tho board aro $28,151.27, Items of Special Interest. 'J'he Sunday School Board at Kashvll lias again this year kindly contribu?? $2,000 for tlio work. Wo appreciate the great help which given us In tlio work by the editors our denomination?,; papers. A pap which Is thoroughly missionary is blessing. The American Baptist Publication S clety, of Phlladelphv'i. has again gene ously given $101) this year for tlio Rib work in foreign land?. Work of Dr. Graves. April 10, 1906, marked tho fiftieth ?.Win versary of Dr. R. H. Graves* going China. The missionaries who have bet laboring with him in'' Canton, made suggestion to tlie board that we eel brate this occasion by naming the Tb ologleal Training School in Canton II Craves' Theological Seminary, and tl board has gladly taken tills action, nr lots decided, to put $5,000 In the seminar building. \\'e hope that son le brolla who loves the work, and who, whl living here In the home land, has bee blcased, will weave his Ufo work In wit I hat of Dr. Graves' by giving the $5,0 for this seminary building. Our people at the convention will Y glad to seo with us Dr. 13. 'A? .Simmon, who went out to China thirty-six yeai ago. Dr. Simmons had to return home o account of his eyes. We rejoice to kno that lie has been successfully operate on, his eyesight being restored. In du course of time be expects to return to hi work in China. Tho board has received during th year a gift from Mrs. I*. S. Kamseu? Paris, Texas, for $3,0)0, halt of wliic was for the general work. lion. J. C. Rush, of Mobile, Ain., lia contributed $10,(?>0 for buying land un putting up buildings for the Theologian Seminary In llwanghicn, China. Brothr Bush makes this gift In memory of 111 father and mother, and till institute \vl hereafter U$ linown (is the "Bush The ological Sonrlnnry." Tho convention lias now In forulg lands 214 churches, 372 out stations. If missionaries, 71 ordained n.it1.?/ri prouchorf ?Sio ?native helpers, 114 houses of woinhlr I2,M>I members. Contributions fronr Ihcs churches reached last year the gratlfyln, sum of $26,l(W.tt7. The report closed with a ringing nnpea tor advance on every Une. PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. Convention Adopts Paper Con demning Lynching. (Special to 'Die Times-Dispatch.) ClfA'lTAN'OOGA, TF/NN., May 11. Upon tho completion of the reports o boards the president of tlio convention <ie livered ills annual address. It was i comprehensive discourse, and gave a his tortea! sketch of the work of the con yorition. T'resldent Stephens tl coin rod that tin past year had been the greatest in tin history of the Baptists, and that tl? prospects of the denomination wero novel so bright. He suggested the mame 01 Lookout Mountain as the keynote of tl? convention, lie referred In warm tern? to the principle of soul liberty for wlilcl Baptists Bland, nnd claimed that denomi? nation to have been the pioneers of thai principio In America. He said tho mini? lier of Baptists In the world Is O.OOO.oOO, ol whom 5,000,000 are in A morion, 4,000,000 ol them In the South. The number of whllr Baptists represented by the convention was nearly 2,000,000. The whit* Baptist! of tho South own $25,000.000 of church properly rind have $10,000.000 Invested in education. There are 20,000 churches. Special attention was called to tlio Bap? tist gatherings of this year?the. Baptist General Convention of North America, organized In St. I.ouls In May, l?)0?, and th? World's Congress held In London In August lust, and nlso to tho unusually large conventions Ir? tho vnrlotis States during the year. This all Indicates, ho said, growth In numbers nnd organiza? tl?iiH and frntoriialism. Work of Convention, Tho convention comprised Baptist from fourteen Southern Stuten covering ?in area of a million square miles with a popula? tion of over HO.OOO.OOO. When Hie conven? tion was organized in 1845 the population was 8,000,00) and the d?nomination 250,000, Tho population Is four times what it was then and the membership of the denomi? nation eight times, or double the ratio of the population, The? contributions to fore|g,i, missions during tlio slxty-ono years by lho elturches represented In ihn convention hove been over Sl.2."i0,000 and to home missions over $:i,2?O,(?t)0. Tho contributions to missions and tho value of church prop? erty nro four limos what they we're forty veiirs ago and twice what thoy were i went v years ago. As much has been contributed to missions within the past fifteen vears as for tho whole forl:?fiyo years preceding, ruitl the receipts for the nast year ($.15,000) were more than they wero'from 18">0 to IS?'). There nro now 1*7 missionaries In the employ of the ' Korolgn Board, ayer 7f?0 In the'employ of the Home Hoard and about 2..XX). engaged In Hie State, district and dt.v mission work. Tin? foreign mission work Is In .Tail-,)., China. Me*|CO. Brazil, argentine. Italy and Africa. The domestic miss tut work Is all over the Squib nnd Suit h WtfSt Ho recommended special attention tn" China and Japan, mid that half a million dollars be raised for foreign mis? sions nexl venr. Mission ?voilj In tho luiije niuiuifacmring centers.- }n the. mountain districts nnd among Hie |.nrni. gran In was strongly urged, unfl also thai vigorous work ho done among the negroei hy Uiu Improvement of their ministry ua_ 11 general evangelical work among them Attention was trailed to tho. in old growth of the ?outh and to the in-genl iiocosslty of a strong evangelical move? ment In that section. To this end It wu? suggested Hint nn evntigoleul fund bo provided for tho support of an army ol evangelists ki go out among the people It wim also recommended Hint a mis? sionary enlistment fund be established' wimroby missionaries may bn recruited from the qhtlrc-hofl nnd more churches iniiy he brought Into co-operation with missionary wor-U. Education Commission. '-'here arc In .he South, ha suhl, 103 In h-.""-Ioi15 u!**'1"'' "10 '"""trol'or white Bap? tists, Of them llfty-two are universities iiik colleges and llfty-ono ncftdOmlcM nnd nsiltullnns. Tweiity-iilno are endowed In the total sum of .3,0.1.,018. Th.- total value of building?, ami grounds nnd equipment Is .O.fifio.413. Over 1,000 teach? ers nnd about _O,00O -.tudeuts nttend these Institutions: Ho recommended Hint an educational commission b,. organized to strengthen weak colleges and establish others, urging Hint Baptist Institution., teach Baptist principies and be distinc? tively Baptistin hi their influence. The federation of college*" wan recommended as feasible In many' Ututos. The .Southern Baptist Theological Heuil nary at Louisville has an endowment of ?"?50.000 and an attendance of 233 students and an Income of J31.000. It was sug? gested lfiat this endowment be Increased to ?1,009,000 by the Ume of the ccl?brutloh of the seminary's Hehll-c.eiiteillllal In V.?ft. It was urged that nil colleges claiming to be Baptist be careful to eliminate all of the heretical .endon?les of the limes and that tho Bible he taught In Its purity. Special attention wan directed to the Sunday School Hoard located at Nash? ville, established In 1102/ and doing an nnnunt business of tionrly- llfio.OOO. Its patronage was warmly urged, A chair ol Sunday school pedngogy In the seminary was rCcoirrmond-'d, and that vigorous mensures be ndopled for the establish? ment of more Sunday schools and the improvement of existing methods, 8lne<* ISSU, when the Woman':? Mission? ary Union was organized, It has con? tributed 41,000,000 to missions, equally divided between home and foreign mis? sions, nnd It was urged that chairs for the training of women in Christian ser? vice ho established In Baptist colleges. Salaries of Pastors. An increase in the salaries of pastors of Churches wns urged, as also that Hiero be more system beneficence among church members; that, laymen's confer? ences to consider and promote Christian stewardship be organized, nnd that every? thing be done to secure an enlarged be? nevolence. The Importance of improvement hi church architecture and of mor,? eligible location.? for ehuri___.Fi was suggested, and good roads mentioned as hearing most closely upon the prosperity of churches In the rural districts. A vigor? ous work was advised In the great cities, and It was also urged ?bat moro atten? tion bo paid to the development of coun? try churches to the end that they may havo ? preaching often ami more vigi? lant pastoral H'-rvlce. Baptist were urged to stand everywhere for civic rlghlcoiis lii-ss, for the sanctity of the home, for temperance, for the enforcement of the law and against the growing tide of Sub ?- --coralInn. reason for the orophesy that at no dh> tant Mate- Bio South Is to lw a fir??.ti* r center of Influence, and that tin ?VorK of tho convention was to bear an Impor? tant relation to the progress of thai uec tlnn. Condemn Lynching. At the conclusion of this nddress, Rev. C. A. Woody. D. P.. of Portland, Ore, mnde a strong plea for the religious needs or San Francisco, Judge lllllyer, of Georgia, offered a paper which was adopted, condemning lynching and condemning also tho tedious delays of the law as frequently provoca? tivo of lynching. ANN?TlsSmON. Eloquent Discourse Delivered By Rev. Dr. W. R. L. Smith. (Special to The Times-Dispatch.) CHATTANOOGA. Tl-'.NN-, May 11.?At night the principal feature of the con? vention exercises was the annual sermon ny Rev. Dr. W. R. I-* Smith, of Rich? mond. It was a lino, .strong, thoughtful discourse', and was well delivered. Dr. Smith said In part: Peter's question bore on tho future of th? Christian religion, mal Jes?s honored It wltti an Instant reply. II? rommliicd him? self to i he principio that men who yield thcmwlvos loyally to his will, havo u right tr, know something of the benefit? i lint are to follow, Mon's powers cannot disport themselves effectively In an almOHphe.ro "' Bloom and despair. Tho ?liability and p?r potulty of the Master's kingdom require that he ?hall have power to Inspiro his ser? vions with a vast hope and resource tu give sublime compensations, Hin in? oucsUon hinted at calculation; and suggested com? pliance with the letter, rather ihuu with t'.io spirit of a divine command. Mon who aro good, moruly for reward, are not good at all. Religious reward Is not based on tho fact or the amount or sacrlilc?, hut on the motivo that prompts tt._ t. The .?dilater put tlrst. distinction and honor. Nut the homage of men. hut n stun.ling place In the confidence of Hip Sou of <;od. Bis servants shall sit on Kirones moral and spiritual power. Ho ?ill equip thoni for the finest spiritual leadership 'la world ha? known. Our message blends wltn nil central human nooilH, and Ih-.'iIh like a halm of Olleud. the old distempered heart of tho world. We are made .-..workers with (?od, custodians Of n. heavenly grace, which is honor enough to satisfy the ambitions of an nreh ongel. 2. He mail? us for ownership. ?Ok ser? vant is worthy of his hire, and shall run 110 risks of frlendlessness or destitution. Christianity shall heroine a vast system of help. In the life that now Is. glvIn? to oa.n one of u? properly right? la all tier children of Clod. buddhism and Mohameihinlsm have no .conception of it divine fatherhood and by, consequence no Idea of a hallowed human brotherhood. Christianity combines both concept Ions In n beautiful harmony, Jesu? organize? men Into a spiritual widely on the basis of n common devotion 10 himself. He did not expect his disciples to b. coins huge oroporty-owners, but lin did forecast a time wllfll his kingdom should triumph and the moolc should Inherit the earth. That good timo I? coming* Qlir.flospol is slaving the Jealousies and enmities of 111?? nations, and all those forces that w.ihi. wealth and tho lives of men. I*hii world I? ? growing hotter. Kvl| I? transient, hut _oud Is oternal. _.?-,?', _ ,,, 3 The top and dlndem of His promises It folded ut) In the words, "eternal life." On* thing hinders our reception or Hie thought, It Is too great. It Is a grace profoundly Inward and Intensely personal. I eiimn that he might have life, and that ye might havo It morn abundantly. Completion of tha soul Is tin? oup-elonc of the divine compen? sation. We shall be more, enjoy more, ||y_ more, when wo become the great sons and daughters Of Ooil, This reward comes, not by leaps and bounds, hut by the slow gra dntlons ot spiritual growth. 11 matures in the sunny clime of laerlfWIng love, l-'nr up In love's while lntciit.lty was wrought tint sacrltlci- or Jesus and the rubles, sapphire? and diamonds of ills character, llehohi, wluil manner of love lhai' wir should I?' called the children of Cod. and It doth nut yet appear what w eshall be, but when Ho shall appear, we shall be like 1,1m, for w<i shall see II. , us I In Is. Meeting of Women, The session? of tho Woman's Mission*? ary Union to-day were unexpectedly bar-.. iiionloiis. Miss I'nnnle Heck was elect oil president u, il Mrs. John O. Bush wasj pintle secretary. Baltltnoro was chosen us henihiuariers. (.u'la a number of Hleliinond and Vir? ginia delegates arrived last night ami this morning J.)r. Hawthorne I. to rpeneh al Iho 'uuitlloriUm ou Blinda.? morning -11. II. P.