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hy Using' Times-Dispatch Want Ads. Cost One Cent a Word. .The Rate for Classified want Advertising J ls 1 cent por word, Net Cash in AD , iVANCH, wlth a mlnlmum cost of w cents for each Insertion. The samo rato appllcs to deaths, marriagea, obltunries und nll other classified no* tloes. No dlsplay typo allowed ln >-no classlfled colunui3. V=i_ LOST "AND FOUND. __.-??.??'.:._?i_ S-JST?SATURDAY MORNING ON llroad and Main Stroot car. or between Flrst and Lombnrdy on Brond Streot, n card' cnso contnintng one $100 notc and fouV $50 notes. A handsonre reward wlll be pald for any informatlon load lug to its recovery. PARR1S1I BROS., No. 21 West Urond Street. ILOST-LARGE, WHITE MALE POINT e-r Dog; brown spot In conter of bnck; ahswers to Cmio. Reward lf returned to lato resldence, 215 Enst Clay. XV. S. MAC LELLAND.______ J" HELP WANTED?Male. .??..'...,,?..?.....i. JAN__, INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY / earn WO to $50 monthly at homo ln . paro tlmo correspondlng for newspapers; no ' canvosalng; experlonco unnecessary. 1 8end for partlculars. PRESS SYNDI CATE, Lockport, N. Y. ' _ tflBRANCH MANAGERS WANTED: $20.00 cash weekly; IIvo at homo; experlenoe* unnecessary; no canvaacing. Bncloso stnmp for parttculafB. ALUMINUM HANGER CO.. Chatdeld. Mlnn. \ KXIjMPOSITOR, JOB WORK; EXPER1 ' ehcid' man; one capablo of taklng en ! tl?e chnrgo of prlnting department pre ll fcsT-fl: good Tiay, steady work; open ' shop. SOUTHERN STAMP AND S'i'A } TIONERY CO. Apply to Mr. Rosendorf. iJEXPERIENCED LIFE INSURANCE men wlll flnd it to thelr ndvantago to Investlgate the proposltlon that tlie EUREKA LIFE INSURANCE CO. has to offer themi wise men wlll investlgate. i Apply botween 8:30 A. M. and 10:30 A. g ML*Room 48, 1103 East Maln Streot. IFIRST-CLASS SALESMAN, WHOLE time or an olegant side llne. Address EBDING MFG. CO., No. 123 Warner . Road, Cleveland, Ohlo. i ?- - -; MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO LEARN plumbing, plasterlng, brlcklaylng. Spe? clal offer life scholarship flfty dollars, easy paymonts; posltlon and unlon card guaranteed; free catalogue. COYNE BROS. TRADE SCHOOLS, New York, Chioago, St Loula. 'EHNERS WANTED?STEADY , EM ployment and good wuges for all classes of mlnors at ARMINIUS M1NES. Mlneral. Va. _ EALESMEN WANTED-PERMANENT phsltion to sell Unlted States nnd World Reverslble Map; size Gflx-10 Inches; two mnps In one; representa tiye's.now at work making $25 per week. Address RAND, McNALLY & CO., 142 Flfth'Avenue, New York. IWANTBD-STENOORAtPHERS, BOOK keepers, nmnngera, audltors, teilers, agents, ttme-keepers, buyers, (prlvnte secretaries, editors, roporters, sollcltcr^, dfiiftsmen. archltects, cashlers, ac countants, clerks, superintendents, hotel clerks; clectrical, mechanicul nnd mining enginecrs; foremen, salesmon, etc, to enlist with us for employment. The demand for hlgh-grade help con tinues to lncrense and we want to bo ready to supply thls demand. Business men renllze the value of our ngency and thnt ls why we have mado such a succcss. Wc chnrge $2.00 subscrlptlon fee.tp evory one and 5 per cent. of tho ' flrst rnonth's salary. If you nre nlrendy employed and want to better yourself then' ? "wrlte for our nppllcatlon hlnnk. A.'pbstnl wlll' do. If you are unenr pl'oved nnd give sntlsfnetory fensons we wlll nlso enlist you. RICHMOND EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Richmond, Vn. ^VANTED?BY LARGE MANUFAC turlng plnnt. ln nelghboring clty young man to do stenogrnphlc work and gen _ eral office nsslstant: must be strlctly " tomperate, good hnblts, nccurnte nnd ?I energotlc; well recommended. Address i; M. F. ... caro TIi_.s-Dispn.tch, Rlch? mond, Va. Wanted, at once, competent, /' sober englneer for 86 H. P. Allls-Ohat I mers. Corless'?-hglne(; 100 H. P. boilor, / heator nnd-.vump-; steady w?>rk yc-ar 1 round; $1.50 per day; tlmo, 6:30 to U;30 [ summer; 7 to 7 wlnter; olt hour earlier I ort Saturdays; referenee requlred. ! ORANOE MILLS, Orango, Va. ffWANTED-PRINCIPAL FOR HIGH / school; must be woll eo.ulppod for tho j ? work. Apply to Box 75, Churlotto j Courthouse, Va. **WANTED, R]_ 1LSTERED PHARMAC1ST for prfesorlptlon work; give oxperience, when you can come and salnry expected. [ THARMAC1ST, Box 35. Norfolk. Va. i JTOUNG MAN. PRIGHT, OVER 18. TO preparp himsclf for government poal? tlon; right salary, grnrlual promotion, ' permanent. "Stand Civil Servloa Prop nratlon" glves full Informatlon nnd In ' sTnictlons; most hlghly recommended; thorOugh,' rellable; 50 crnta prepnld. Orrt';r lmmedlately. HOME STUDY BTJREAU. Box 1112. Bnltlmoro, Md. ilTUATION W__-^__D^^l-ie. imoojaSmt a no. 1. DEsmnia posltlon nt once; best reforonco, K 440, thls olfico. HELP WANTED?FEMALE. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY earn $40 to $10 monthly at homo in spnro tlmo correaponiling for newspapers; no oanvasalng; experlonco unnecessary. Sand for partlculars. PRESS 8YNDI CATE, Lockport, N. Y. XVMtTED-A GOOD NURBK; ALSO cook; elther whlto or colored. Uluhest price pald for good servlce. Apply i'315 W. Graco. BITUATION WANTED, Female BITUATION WANTED HY LADY AH oompanlon. ludy's mald. or take caro of small children. Address II 404, enro tlils olflce. _ Help Wanted?Male and Female. WANTED-YOUNO MEN AND WOMBN to atumd our Speclal flummer Session, and prepare theinselveB for pnsltiona thls fall. Bpeclnl summer dlecount dur? lng the month of June. Wrlte or cnll for eatnloKue. THE MASSEY BUS1 J.E68 COLLEGE, cornor Muin und Seventh Streoia. tVAHTED? MEN AND WOMEN TO j .-puru for elvll servlce oxamlnntlona )gy our system. For full partlculars ?ddr?ss Box -70, Washington, D. C. 'f===~~. _*rilCK_N~FEED~ ?WH' ARE HEADQUAHTERS _x.R Chleken Foftd; come and exumtne our stocks tor all altfs amd agea. Llc e Powder and Cholera Prevontatlves. W. ,______lrd____-i*__-_2r____L*'._. ______ *r==S:jy^CACrlTPEA8~FOr" 8a"le~~"~ BLACK PEAS Kf)R KAI.E.'-WI. HAVK them at right prlces. .Wrlte us aml we Wlll QUOte you. DAVID WALU.lt ? RTEIN &' CO., .ViVi E. Cary Bireut, Riflunoud,. Vau BOARDING. DESIRABLE ROOMS AND BOARD AT moderate prices; excellent table; con? venlent locatlon; roforences exchangnd. Address Mrs. ELLA SECKEL, 131 Enst Slxty-flrst Street, New York. EIGHTH STREET, NORTH, B16--WANT ed, pcrmanent, trn-nstont and table boarders. Terms reasonable; homo oom forts. . ,- tl -., _ SUMMER BOARDING. BOARDERS "WANTED?LOVELY LO catlon, comfortable rooms and large lawn; within V. M. I. llmlla. For further partlculars address Box. 363, Lexlngton. Va._ BoXlflJliR's" WANTED AT AHOYLl'J; healthy locntion; good wator and good tablo. For further Informatlon apply to MrB. W. H. FARLEY, Amclla Court houso, Va. DELIGHTFUL BOARD AT UNIVER slty of Virginia; locatlon most de? sirable. For further partlculars ad? dress P. O. Box Ot Unlvorsity of Vir? ginia, THE HYGEIA, TinRTY-SEVENTH Street, Capo Henry, Va.; coolest and hcnlthlest locatlon on tho coastj flnest surf bathlng; grand marlne view; modern inrprovements. ROE & DYER. THE COTTAGE IS OPENED FOpT SUM mer boarders. Address Mrs. F. H. DUNN. Bon Alr. _ WANTED-8UMMER B O A R D E R S ; "Rlversldo" on tho James, In the moun talna; superlor accommodatlons. Ad? dress Mrs. JOHN E. ELLIS, Abert, Va. ROOMS FOR RENT. ""*" LARGE. PLEASANT. FURNISHED OR unfurnlshed rooms, wlth board. 15 South Thlrd Stroet._ ~ REAL ESTATE?For Sale. FOR SALE-SOME CHOICE LOTS AT Ocean View on Cottago car llne seotion; nicely sltuated, near tho water; slze, 26 foet front; prloe JJ3T) each, cash; will soll separately. Address "OWNEJK," Box 244, Norfolk. Va. REAL ESTATE?For Rent. FOR RENT?FURNISHED HOUSE; 13 rooms; abundant water; flne locatlon; near country club. Apply to Mrs. Mc MURDO. Preston Heights, Unlverslty Station, Chnrlottosvlllo, Va. FOR RENT-FINE BUILDING, SUIT able for light or heavy manufacturlng; Southern Rallway and water connec tions. Address C. B. FORD CO. 'Phono 8028, Trigg Shipyard. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE; also for sale cheap. MIbs S., 1003 Weat land Street, Unlverslty of ylrglnia. r BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIEin PARTNER WANTED?I HAVE LONG. leaso of a beautlful storo; best loca? tlon ln Norfolk for Jowelry and optlcal buslness; new, up-to-dato flxturca, safo, optlcal atock and trade; deslre a pa'rl ner wlth capltal or wlth stock of Jew? elry.' Address A. V., 524 Colley Avenue, Norfolk, Va. RESTAURANT AND LUNCH . ROOM wlth nlno furnlshed roorrrs in connec? tlon for sale cheap to.a qulck buyer; good "corner locatlon; good paylng busi? ness. Wrlte or call for partlcularj. C. B. ROPER, 01 Bank Street, Nor folk. Va._ PERSONALST ~~~ THK SUMMER SCHQOL OF ART, 1112 Capltol Street, would llke to show ladlos, pnrtieularly teachers, how very trulcKly its puplls learn object drawlng and palnt Ing.. No other school has such remaix ablo references. PROFESSOR IRVIN AND HIS troupo of funny llttlo people nt Forost Hill Park; vaudevllle and moving pic? tures. Every ovenlng. 8:30. Admis slon. 10c. THE CRAIO ART COMPANY MAKES a specialty of Gold-Lenf Glldlng. Drop us a postal and wo will call and glvo you estlmates. THIH?WEATHER IS FINE FOR pln.ntlng Roso Bushea. MERIT ROSE COMPANY._ SHOE REPAIRINO. WHY PAY 00c. FOR RUBBER HEELS of any old make whon wo wlll glvo you the best heol made?Morgan & Wright with tho name stamped on tho heel?for 35 cents. Wo are ablo to do It, for wo buy dlrect from the factory at wholesalo prices nnd glvo you tho beneflt. Red Cross brand, 25 cents, as good as others ehargo doublu. White Oak Leather Half Soles?Men's. 75 cents; ladleB*. 60 cents. DRBW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. No. 716 East Maln ' Street. ?Phone 2067._ AMUSEMENTS. ~" MR. CHARLES HEYWOOD. THE PHE nomenal Siuger; new lllustrated songs. Forest Hill Park every evenlng, 8:30. PHOTOGRAPHY. WHY DON'T YOU GET A KODAK FOR youi: summer vaoatlon and make ii BnupBhot of your grandfathor, chlldren, friend or sweetheart? You may not hnvo a chnnce agaln. THE CRAIG ART CO. keep tho newoat and largeat stock.__^ "CARRIAGES AND WAGONST JBV YOUR. OLD BUGOY NEEDS OVER haullng nnd paintlng. carry lt to B. C. BRISTOW; he will do it rlght. 1600 E. Frnnklln Stroet A. 'MEYER'S SONS, 120 S. EIGHTH ST.. seliers of good Buggies and Surreys at moderate prices. Times-Dispatch Branches. Tiia followlng Branch Ortlces huvo b?en os laullihed for tho beneflt of thoso llvlng at u dlmum-u from thu Maln OflTloo of Tlio Tlrnea Dln|>aloh. Tho Tlmos-DIituiilcli Want* loft ut any of thoxo bruncheii wlll rooelve tha namo cart-ful attentlon ns though thoy had boon lert at thu Maln Offlco, and thero wlll bo no extra im.hi to the udvurtlner. SLAUGHTER'S DKl'C. BTOBE, Twonty-dflh and Vunivblo Stm-ts. "** a"n W. ir, EANES, 2SI3 10. Ilroad Sirei-t. A. A. SCOTT, Tweiity-llftl, und Ilroad Stroet. HOIiERT J. WILMAM3, Twunty-nrih ana Muritliull Htrtou. TAKHANTS, G-HANT ii CO., Pouiihco und Rioud Streew. 0. W. EATTIMER, No. S00 Wi-sl Mareba.l Street. THOMPSON'S DHUa STORE, No. 1621 West Maln Street. V", >Y6Sl 1. U UEVERIDOE. Brook Avtv -j6 und Clay Streot. RADY'S DHUO STORK. llarton HotghU PE'>PEE'B PRUQ STORE, No. a!>jo Wllll'am?. burg Avenuo, Fulton, ROBIN'fl PHAHMACY. No. aoo Ea*t. Marnhai Btreet. CJTY DHUa STORK. No ?? lQujt Malu Str*et. cornor Kifteonth. JUPSON OUNNINGHAM, No. JS077 jjmt Mftln corner Twi-iity-rtmt. PINE STREET PHAUMACY. No. m South Pine Street. POINDEXTBH-KIRK-PAHRI8H CO, No. 41S Eu*t Droad Street. THE PAHAUON PHARMACY. No. 601 Wou Cary Street. EAToN PHARMACY, 'rwonty-elghth ojid N SlreuU. '' KIBON'S PHARMACY. No. 118 Canal Street. J T. 1.EW1M, No. i Eusl Ilroad Street. HUNEEEY d WALKBH, Twcuty-llflh and I.. ..-?. .-Uci.lv. r CARTElt'S ERUQ STORE, No, Ui/1 HUil ' btreet, Manchmter. . ? W- A. PBRKINS, No. 40 North Sycumoro Street, peu-reburtf. TWKNTy.KKillTll AND N STREET PHAR? MACY.- Twiiij'i-lshth Etld N StreoU. . U. T. \Y. KElt.N, INC. corner Tweuly-iltU ua4 Cuurcu ii-.l Avenue. . FOR SALE. POR SALE-TRTGG SHIP YARD KQUIP ment, conslstlng of machinery, tools, etore room supplles, motors (15 H. P. to 120 11. P.), olectrlo celllng fans. sin? gle and doublo boltlng, shaftlng, hang ors,. pulleys, etc, lutrrber and nrewocm cheap. Address S. M. TOMLINSON, Shlp Yardsi Rlchmond, Va._ TWENTY PER CENT. DI8COUNT from our rates of. tultlon to puplls enter tng during the month of June. wrucj. , call or telephone for Informatlon. TH1. MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE. cornor Maln and Seventh Streots. _ FOR SALE-COMPLETE B O T T IilNO Outflt, otc, to make glngor nlf, sarsapa rllla, nnd all kinds of bottled BOdft ?wator, machinery. otc. In nice order will loarn buyer. GARLAND MORR1SS, Montco, Va._ WANTED, TO SELL CHEAP FOR cash, one showense. 28 feet long, ? foot hlgh, with slidlng doors, flnlshed ln whlto onamol. Apply to RICHARD SON & CHAPPELL, 501 W. Maln St WANTED, PUROHlABER FOR. Flf". dollar certiflcates, Issued by Cable Plano Company; good untll July lst, on pur chase of plano; wlll soll at big dlscount. Box 3, Oak Tree, Va. EST1MATES CHE'ERFULLY GIVEIN ON Awnlngs, Tents and Flags; prompt work; large stook. H. E. COPELAND & CO., ?Phono 2576. POPLAR AND OTHER HARDWOODS for sale ln North Carollna In trncts to sult purchaser. JOHN N. ADAMS, Dol RIo, Tenn. FOR SALE-A $105 CERTIFICATE ON any plano sold by tho Cable Company; Wlll tako $i>0. Box 20, Markham, Va. THIS WEATHER IS FINE FOR planting Rose Bushcs. MERIT ROSE COMPANY. JOHN L. ' SATTERFIELD, THE CAB BAOE MAN. ''THAT'SALL.'J_ WANTED. WOOIi BUYERS. DAVID WALLERSTEIN & CO, WANTED-?WOOL OP ALL GRADES. Wlll pay top prlces dellvered in your depot. No expenso doducted. Sacks furnlshed. Check sent dny shlpment ls recelvod. Wrlto us for prlcos. DAVID WALLERSTEIN & CO., 1213 East Cary Streot, Rlchmond, Va. WANTED-^OUR FORMER PATRONS and othors to know th^t our cottage ls now open for tho reeeption of guests. BATCHELDER COTT.AG.l-, Ocean View, Va._ PHOTOGRAPHY. WANTBD, YOU TO KNOW THAT yo_r summer outflt Is ? not complete unlesn you have d KodaCt ti take your best glrl on the beach, or on a rock 6,000 feet abovo the-sen. We have the largest, best and freshest stock. THE CRAIG ART CO._???'.. .. .... FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING. JACOB UMLAUF, 705 WEST MAIN Streot, wlll pnek and uhip-your furni? ture, chlna, etc:,' wlth care. ' Let hlm pack yours. 'Phono 3292. DEVtLED CRABS. ' RED BASKET DEVILED CR_ BS. 'Phone CQLEMAN. 3676. Nuf Sed. CLARKSV1LLE 13 NOT A DRY TOWN. ALL A BOARD NEXT TRAIN FOR Clarksvllle .wlth your orders for whlsklea of all kinds. TWO-YEAR-OLD ' CORN WHISKEY, .$1.65: AND,,', JUG; EIGHT-TEAR-OLD CORN WHISKEY, $2.15 AND JUG; RYE WHISKEY FROM $2.00 TO $0.00 PER GALLON. W. H. Gooch is no longer lnthe whlakoy. b-slness, ns tho Mann law broke hlm, bo send all orders to THE CLAKS VTLLE WHISKEY HOUSE, Clarksvllle, Va._? ? UPHOLSTER1NG AND MATTRESS MAKING. WE DO FlItST-CLASS UPHOLSTER lng of all kinds at. low prlceB; mnko mattresses of halr, felt, cotton, combl natlon und shuck; old. mattresses made ovor like now. LEVY & KASS, 23 Weat Broad. 'Phone 103G._ EGG BAKING POWDER. EGG BAKING POWDER, MADE OF whltes of eggs, wheat phosphates. blcnrbonato soda; absolutely pure; saves _ eggs-_j_ EDUCATIONAiTT ~ SCHOOLS WISHING TEACHERS AND teachers wlshlng posltlon for noxt ses? sion address CENTRAL TEACHERS" AGENCY, Box 12, Rlchmond, Va. PANAMA HATS. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS bleaohed, blookod, rotrlmmed. AMERJ CAN HATTERS, 404 East Marshall, for morly Nlnth and Broad. ,_ SJHO RTH'aND AND TYPEWRIT ERfiT SHORTHAND AND' TYPEWRITINQ. Logal Reporting, Denosltlons, Expor' MImeograph Work. 811 Amerlcan Bank Building. 'Phone 58711. TRUNKS AND BAGS. W:_ WANT YOU TO CALL AT 703 EAHT Broad Street and convlnco yourself that wo havo tho largest and beBt llno of Trunka nnd Travollng NoeeaKltlea ln the clty; rcpalrlng dono. H. W. ROUN? TREE & BRO.. Trunk nnd Bng Co LIGHTMING ROD8. PROTECT YOUR BUILDING AGAINST llghtnlng; our syatom glves nJ-soluto protection. A. R. MOORE LIGHT NING ROD CO., establlshod 1874. Olllce 215 West Broad Stroet. DINING-ROOM. BEST DINNER IN THE CITY FOR 25c Flne Lunoh, 16n. Breukfnst or Supper 25c. Qulck servlco. Glv. us a trlal' CHESTERFIELD LUNCH ROOMS' Twelfth and Mnln. MISCELLANEOUS. BIGGEST SHOW, MOST REFINED ombraclng aovornl novoltles; tho half mnn nnd hnlf woman. All for 10c? at Forest Hlll Pnrk. COAL AND WOOD. TH 13 WOOD MAN, REC.AU.SE HE sells all kinds of wood, cheapor wood, bottor wood, North Carollna plne, S'lr .glnla plno, lirst-duss plne, ol,l plne, new plne, half groon plne, hnlf con,, $2.50; old oak, new onk, dry onk, hulf-d:."y oak, green onk, half conl, $203; dry slnbs, onk slnba, plne alabs. Thls Is t'.io bost hot woatiior wood I ever sohl; lt Is cheaper at $1.75 half cord; ostomeiH sny bo. Boat anthraolto coul. $0.25 |in, E. T. LONG, 1201 W. Urond. 'Phoiio 11)01; Rowe nnd Marshul), 'Phono 1320. ? ~ANTIQUES. ~ FOR ORIOINAL ANTIQUE FURNI turo, eto., nt right prlcos, see L. N. ARNALL. 318 Brook Avenuo. ??", GOl_D LEAF GILDINGT WANTED YOU TO IjOOK AT YOUR old mlrror and portrult frames. Somo need r?_ulldlnff. THE CRAIG ART CO. mukes u upeclulty nf glldlng ln gold louf and wlll glvo yot. sumnrer prices. ~nos _s 7~r osesF* rcse si ~ THIS WEATHER 18 FINE FOli planting Rose Buahes. MERIT ROSE COMPANY, , NdflCE. WE STAND READY AND WILLINO to pay Jioo for the productlon ot apy case of poln we oannot cure to stay cured. We know how to sure sicknesa and we our* lt. Defectlve hearlng CHESSi... Reference; Cured patlontii. DTVINB HBALING INSTITUTE. 219 East Clay streo-L Richmond. Va. OT-IB SPECIAL SUMMER RATES OP tho Massey Buslness College wlll so !Pi2. ?-ffeet Juino lst Scholarships un Ilnrlted as to time. WO, elther depart? ment. Wrlte or* ctiu for crlraulnrs. Oor. "nor MHln and Soventh Btreete. DON'T FALL TO SEE THE HALF man and half woman at Forest Hill Park. Reflned vaudovlllo and movlng Ploturrvs ovory overtlne. 8:80. Admls slon, loc. ON ACCOUNT OP OLD MARKET HALL being condcmnod, tho eloctlon on June 12th will bo hold at No. 1633 East Maln Stroet ROY B. TEMPLE, Rogistrar, Flrst Preoinct, Jottterson Ward. MOST COMPLETE BTOCK OF AWN lngn, Tents nnd Flags In tho South; prices rlght. H. E. COPELAND & CO., 108 North Nlnth. 'Phono 2576. GEORGE C. GREGORY-HAS MOVED hls law ofllccs \p '812-813 Mutual Build? ing. 'Phone No. 6875. USE "CRAFTS' ROYAL." THAT'S ALL. MILLINERY. GREAT REDUCTION SALE ALL THIS weok on nll tr>mmod hjttv Some great bargalns. Cnll and see WWrn before tho heat are sold. MTRS. WORTIIAM, 218 North Thlrd Street. ''?=*=- ? - ==1 MACHINERY. SPECIAL AND PATENTED MACHIN ery built; havo your mechanical. Ideas developod rrranufaclured aind marketed; llberal proposltlon. C. B. FORD CO., Trlgg Shlpyard. 'Phono 3023. M-EETINQ NOTICE. TO THE STOCKHOLBBRS OF THE Watklns-Cottrell Company?Take notlce that a speclal meeting of the stock? holders of the Watklns-Cottrell ? Com? pnny wlll bo held at tho offlco of said Company, No. 1811 Eaat Maln Siroet, Richmond, Va? on Th iraday. Juno 14, 190", at 5 P. M'. The object of thia meeting is to elect offlcers of sold com? pany ln the placo of the present offlcers, who aro now holdlng ovor front August, 1005; to amend the by-laws in such par? tlculars as mny bo deemed necessary, nnd to act on any other matter pertain lng to the Interest of tho company which cnn be properly attended to at said meeting. .- , WILLIAM, S. ROBERTSON, Presldent of Watklns-Cottrell Company.' and the holder of' moro than or.e-tenth of the capltal stock. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .htf, THE Initlal or organlzatlon nieeflng' of th'e' ?subscribers to 'the capltal "stock of tho Virginia Stdte Fair Assoclatlon On corpornted) 'ror Frlday evening.. June IB, 1906, at 8:30 o'clock at Murphy's Hotel, in thls clty, pursuant to a reao? lutlon adopted at a meeting of the ln-. corporators, held ln this clty on May 30, 1900. J. STEWART BRYAN. Chalrman. Joseph Wallersteln, Secretary. THE NEXT MFETINO OF THE VIR glnla State Board of Dontal Exarrilners i wlll be held at the Unlyeralty College of ' Medlclne, vRlchmdnd'. Va., on Tuesday Juno 12. 1906, beglnji'.ng at 9 A. Mi (Signed) . ,.. - ?&*?;,*?. .WALKER; a. ,. > .' --. ..., .Secrotaryv TO ALL WHOM IT' MAL- CONGERN I have thls day named, conatltutod and appolnted Sllvlo Narduecl my agent to conduct my aaloon and retail llquor and tobacco buslness at premisea No. ' 1339 East Franklln Streot, Richmond, Va., ?wlth power to buy and sell for cash only. JQHN LAZZARINI. May 12. 1908. SUMMER RESORTS. CHALFON^Ey Atlantic City, N.' J.', AL,WAYS OPEN. On the Beach. Fireproof. Send for literature. The Leeds Company Crockett Arsenic-Lithia Springs And baths; elevatlon 2,000 feet. Opens' Juno lst. Curos Norvous Proatratlon, Dyspepsla, Rlieuirratlsm and Skin Trou blos, Kldney and Bladder Diseaaoa and Fomalo Irrtvjularltloa; Clenrs and Beautl fles tho Complfxlon. Write for booklet. M. C. THOMAS, Manager, Crocket Springs, Va, TheWiltshire, Atlantic City, N. J. Opon nll tho year. .Wrlte for booklet. S. S. PHOMBTJS. -THE ST. CHARLES Most Biilect locntion on tlio ocoan front, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Distlnotlve for Its bloK-i.net;. excluslvoneKs, hleh-o.lasB patronage, and llberal manase iiit-n!; tolephono ln rooms; orchestra of so loistsj urtivHlun wnter; son wnter in all batliH. Booklet. ryff'VLIN HA1NEB. HOTEL ISLESWORT.H, Virginia Avo. nnd Uench. Sea wnier In all baths. Low ratoa ror Juno, wlth nnd wlthout prlvate'bath. Unlquo Dutch Cnfe. Uncxcolleil servlco. IIiisslw's Orchestra. . OSKORNB & PAINTEK. SCHOOLS.? Snstltute Virginia l'stnbllslied in 1842, for tlie Ititihur Ctlucatinn at Youno LadloH. l'aculty 13 l-t nt'.t-mrii and aa ludlcs. Kinollmcut 260 puplls, Six brick htltldiugs, heated hy nciiiu uml liKlited by clcc. nieity, lfprilluatratcdcata. iojjiie.upply to Mlsa Matty /.. f.'oofco Prealdeiit Holllna, Vlralnia OCEAN STEAMER3. ANCHOR LINE C-LASOOW AND LONDONDER1W. Biillini; fi>:n Now York every -j-U'ir-tay. NEW TWIN SCRBW BTHAMBHU'S "CAl.l-:t ONU" AND "COI.UM1UA." . AvuruKu iitfx.iugu 7Vt iluys. . AXU l-'AVORlTE BTlOAMSllU'a, "ASTultU" AND "I-TIHNICSBIA." For Hoiik nf Tourtt anil liifoiiiiatlun ai>ply-10 HENDI-.'kson ukuTHISIIB, Now York; or ANi-i-KW WELBH, 628 E.'Main Ht.; BAMUEL jt. uowman, \m a. M*iia at,,, Bicnntoua. DOPE ABOUT THE DIFFEHENT MEN Live Gossip Concerning Players in the Virginia League. LAWMAKERS IN LYNCHBURG Eckstone Will Probably Pitch To day^s Game Against the Shoemakers. After lOBlng 'lvo out of six games, the Lawmakers left for Lynchburg yesterdny to thero ltAcklo tho same aggregatlon of ballologlsts that was here fast week. Eckstone will probably work ln tho oponlng gnme, and ho may wln. Colonel Still wlll do tho stunts to-morrow, ? and Long wlll work on Wednesday. ? ThoBa threo should bring back at least two vlctorles. .'-_.' ? * ? Laval didn't fleld hls posltlon any too : well in ? Saturday's game, and ho may ? attribiftc! tho dofeat to this cause. Sev? eral tlmes' when bulls were bntted ln hls terrltory ho didn't handle them ln tlme to savo the runner. ? ;?:??'.'? Daringer, the small ono for tho Shoe- ' niakers, who appears to bo a concon trated bunch of nerves, stmply flow Into the air Saturday and took down a ball that had gone over Cook's head and whlch would havo been a wlld throw that would have netted tho Lawmakers nt least tw omoro runs. ? ? ? "Rcddy" walsh, tho Lynchburg's good backstop, to whom all of the pltchers Jike to twirl, will bo in tho game wlthln a Week. ' ile has a very bad flnger, and Bentley ls doing the honors. bchlnd the bat.for hlm. Bentley Is a good catcher, but "Reddy" is the best in the business ln the league. , -, Umplre Hoffner left for. Lynchburg last nlght, not golng wlth the players, because of the fact that hls wlfo arrlved ln the city after the train carrylng tho Lawmakers had gone. He wlll handle the indlcator In Lynchburg and return here with the homo boys. ? ? ? A ^strange .fact is, that while Lynchburg ?!a'| feadlng; tho _ leaguo by a goods safo= margln,- there are smaller crowds there than in any clty in the Stato. Ports? mouth, with the tall-onders, is giving bet? ter Bupport to the league. Ronnoke; Dan? ville and Norfolk are also doing well. ? * *. Hugh Jennings, of Baltlmore, ls^^pnd lng hls team in the Eastern Leaguo to tho top with rapid bounds. Ho has a nlne that'wlll make any of the major league nlnes go a little hlt to get ahead of. Kjng Kelly, of Roanoke, was asked thc othor? day-lf he could play golf, and ho 'replled ln the negatlve. He sald, how? ever, thnt he know the game all right. "It Is this way," sald the veteran ball player; "you tako a little bnll and put it on a mound on tho ground. Then you tako a long stlck wlth a crooked handle and hlt the ball. It you flnd the ball tho same day you wln." He was thanked for the informatlon. ? * * Emporla, with Hobbs in tho box, beat the Richmond Brownies three games in Emporla last week. Albert Anthony took down a good crowd of players, but tho majorlty of them wero not ln good con? dltlon. Winstn lost the gamo that ..ho twlried. ,Hobbs ls one of the 1/ast pltchtfrs over.' Boen- ln Rlchmond, and ho could,' Innd wlth any ' team lf he deslred ito play ball. Lynchburg has a wonderful team, ln that all of the playera work together bo nlcely. They play as collego players do, and they wln. .? ? * Tho Blnders were never ln lt wlth the Ink Sllngors Saturday. Mackroth, tho fnst flolder and star backstop, was out of tho gnme. " 'Nuft sed." ? * ? Vice-Presldent Bradloy, of. tbe Vlr? glnla Leaguo and owner of tho Rloh? mond Club, has had bleachera eu-oted ln tho left flold nnd covers put over a|| ,of them, Tho park now nccommodates moro than a thousand moro peoplo than lt dld at tho llrst of tho season. In Snturday'a gnme tho bloachors bullt* for' the negroes ovorflow.od, nnd thero^wero; moro than a hundred who wore Iri'tho' fleld nenr the right (lelder. ? ?. .* Tltmnn, who wns loanod to Portsfnouth by Managor Shaffer, wns at bat llve tlmoH ln Saturday's game, and scored ono of tho runs nnd mado ono hlt, He hnd two chnncos ln tho right garden and nocopteel both of thom. ? . * ? Burloy Kaln ls not such a back num? ber as somo of tho peoplo thought. IIo la reorgnnlssing hls team ln good shape, and yesterday out of four.JUfties Up got two hits, ono of thom belrtg for two sacka, ? ? ? Schumann struck out ten men, gave two basos on balls and allowed only two of them to hlt tho sphera Thls ls a gamo that wlll wln forty-elght tlmes out of fifty. * ? ? Ltttlo Rock, In tho Southern Leas.e, ls again supportlng a loslng team. Lnst season tho nlno flnlshed ln last place, and it looks as though that berth wlll bo retalned for them agaln. * ? ? Umpiro Iko had hls troubles in Satur? day's gamo when Roanoke and Danville met. Tt also appea_8 that Hls Umps, Mr, Moore, had a sweet tlmo gottlng away after hls dcclslons had been glven in, Norfolk.: : Schumann, the big man, who ls work? ing'for Barley Kaln and tho roitsmotith team,- played the wholo game Sattir .day and didn't allow Norfolk to havo a run. Ho .ls doing wonderrful work ln tho box and tho games that ho has lost should have beon ; victorlos. Schumann and Cassidy aro the flnda of tho leasuo, wlth Moser and Stlll closo seconds. ? ? ? And Cassidy got hls bumps Saturday. It was the flrst gamo he has lost, and lt was close. Danvillo hnd Howard, a new man, In the box, and ho handed them up ln such fino Bhape that thero wasn't any show for a defeat. " ? ..-??? ? ? ? .-I-I'oii. rif the pltchera ln tho Vlrglnla Leiigue would duplicate tho trlck of Mathewson, the .Now York Natlonal box artlst* thore would bo great lamcntatlon ln tho camp-of tho rooters. Mathowson 'didn't do a thlng but allow Chicago to sen_ seven mon around tho bases ln one innlng. McGlnnlty was pushed ln to do tho work, and McGlnnlty had hls troubles Just the samo. Fer_uson wound the matter up and there were nlneteen runs against the World's Champlons. 'Twas terrible, but it showei tho uncer talnty of basoball. Phlladelphlans didn't like Umplre Klem's decision Saturday In awnrdlng the gamcto Pittsburg, and as a result cush lons and soft drlnk bottles flew at the lmndler ot. tbo Indlcator. A rlot was narrowly averted.' TO HAVE NEW HEARING. Order tp Deport Famous Athlete Has Been Suspended. (Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NEW YORK, Juno 10.?Franklln Mur? phy, an Irlsh athlete, who wlshes to be como a citlzen of thls country, was not doportcd by tho Ellls Island authorities yesterday because of physlcal deblllty, ao had been deoJded by tlie Board of Speclal Inqulry on- Thursday.' '.,. From Washington' camo word almost* yt tho last moment grantlng a sfay, a.'./l Mur? phy wlll have another hoarlng to-ny__sw. Immlgration offlclals say a res_Tent of New York, a man of wealth and Influ? enco, whoso namo Commissloner Watch orn declined to give, dld much toobtaln thls chance for Murphy. It Ts .under? stood thnt thls man, who was one of the backers of tho Amerlcan Olymplc team, went to Washington ln the Irlsh ath leto's behalf. MISS SUTTON MEETS DEFEAT Ifll EHEHHD Miss Douglass Wins from Ameri can Champion in Northern Counties Finals. LIVERPOOL, June 10,-The featuro of the play.ln. tho Northern Counties Lawn ?Tepnls' tournament yesterday was the defeat ofi.May Sutton, of Pasadena, Cal., at tho hands bf MIssD. K. DouglaRs, in tho flnal o.f the ladies' singles champlon? shlp, held by Mlsa Sutton. Tho Amerlcan .player Jjad,the sympathles of tho crowd, tout she showed the strain "of a hard week'n work. This ls Miss Sutton's llrst defeat In Eng? land or America since she flrst won the Paelflc Coast champlonshlp in 1901. Mlas Sutton's career ns a lawn tennls player has been remarkahle. When only twelve years old, In 1889, sho made her tlrst ap pearance ln the Paciflo Coast ohampion shlp tournament, .and was beaten by hor elder slster, Ethel, who, ln turn, was beaten by another slster, Vlolot. In 191., however,. sho took both the Callfornia championshlps from her olster, Violot, and wlth her won the douhles, whlch they hOld untll 1903, whon they forfelted to ''feriotlier'slBter; Florence, and MIb.i Dob , bliis. In 1901, 1902 and 1903 Mny Sutton won overythlng in slght on tho Paelflc Coast and came East ln 1904* for tho' flrst tlme. She won tho Natlonal, Mlddle States and Western championshlps, and Jn tho fall rotnlned the Paelflc Coast champlonnhip. Last yoar she dld not defend ,her "cham? pionshlps, but went abroad after the Eng? lish tltle, boatlng MIbb Douglass In tho flnal, round by 0-3, 0-4. Sho wlll defbnd hor tltln thls year, tho present tourna? ment belng for tlio champlonshlp of tho northorn couutiw only. Prize Winning Dog Ends Life Because Master Pets Her Rival " Beauty," Repulsed by James Gilfigan While "Daisy" Received Caresses, Leaps From Fourth Story Window to Street and Is Instantly Killed?Wailed as She Fell. NEW YORK. Juno 10,-Beauty, a bluo and red ribbon fox terrler, prlzo winner ut Madison Square Garden Dog Show, committed sulcldo yes'Tday afternoon by ju.'iining from tlio fourth story window of tlio tlu; nf James Gil'.lgan, a dock lnspector, at No. SW We<-'u Forty-aoventh Streot. Tho dog was Jealous of another dog ln tho llat. In fulllng the dog lunded on its neck and dled lnstantly. Gllligan woko up nt 4 o'clock yester? day afternoon and prepared for a late "breakfast." A Boston bulldog named. Palay, ulso a ribbon winner, wlth a pedi greo, ls ono of QlUlgan's liets. Both ilngs nre fouinlos. , Beauty jumppd' up. on .Gilllgan'e fc-ed and was ordered off. Palsy was allowed to remnin, and Gilllgan talked to Dalsy, Boauty resented thls, and agaln Jumped up on tho bed nnd frlske.d about. Agaln sho wa3 ordered down onto tho floor, A t.lrd time Beauty jumped up on the hed, nnd Gilllgan shoved the dog off tho bed. Bonuty whlned and ran through the dat to the front room- Then the fox terrler Jumped up onto the window alll, polsod for u moment, looked bapk, walled, ond then Jumped Into tho street below Mrs. Anna Gilllgan, wlfo of the owner r.f the dogs, aald later tnal .B-aisy had Doen In tho Gilllgan home somo time, but thiit Beauty ww< a. moro recent acqulaltlon. ?; POLICE BREAK UP y National' League Games Trai.3 fcrrcd to Sunday Dates Called Off in New York. HIGHLANDERS ARE BEATEN Orth Pitched Great Ball Against White Sox, but Was Not Supportcd. ? (By Assoclated Press.) NEW YORK, juno 10.?There wero no profrosfonal or aeml-profcBslonal bnso-' ball games plnyod ln Greater New York to-day. Pollco Commlssl.nor Binghnxi Issued lnstructlons to hls . .-,-yj subordlnates durlng the week yp?^ that they should pfevent tha playlng of all Sunday bnse ball games where admlsslon waa eharged, elther dlrcctly or by subtcrfUBO. Lnst week tho Natlonal Leaguo oxecutlvo transferred several of the Brooklyn club's games from tho regular schedu'e to Sunday dateo. Thls chango nrranged for a gamo be? tween tho Chicago and Brooklyn teams. at Washington. Park, Brooklyn, to-day, but thls gnme wns called off at a lato hour last nlght. AMERICAN LEAGUE. j Scores Yesterday. Chicago. l; New York, 0, Phlladolphia, 5; St. Louis, 2. Where They Play To-day1. Philadelphia at SL Louis. \ New York at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Standing pf the Clubs. ClubB. . ' won. Lost, P.C. New York............29 17 .630 Cleveland .26 US (J19 Philadelphia .27 ]8 .'?_ Petrplt .24 19 .ws St. Louis.21 . 23 oU Chicago .20 23 4fo Washlncton .16 23 .'_.., Boston .13 34 ,2r* Chicago, ? 1; New York, o. CHICAGO. Juno 10.?Chicago shut out New York to-day. Orth pltched In fino form, but errors behlnd hlm were costly. Score by Innings: R. H. E Chicago .00100000X-1 1 . New York.0000OO0OO-. 8 5 Batteries?Owen and SullWan; Orth and Klelnow. Time, 1:50. Umplre, Sherldan. Philadelphia, 5; St. Louis, 2. ST. LOUIS. Juno 10.?To-day's game ro sulted ln a vlctory for Philadelphia. Score by Innings: R. h. E. St. Lduls.100001000?2 fi l Philadelphia .0 0 2 0 012 0 0-5 tl 2 Batteries?Smlth, Jacob_un and Spencer; Coaklcy ? and Schreck. -Tlme, 1:45. Urn? plres, Connelly and Evans. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Where They Play To-day. Clncinnatl at New York. Pittsburg at Philadelphia. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston. Standing of the Clubs. Club_s Won, Lost. P.C. Chicajo .85 16 .i?fl Plttsourg .30 10 ,(152 New York.31 IS .633 Phlladolphia .2S. 24 ,i>'-;S St. Loiiii....'.22 29 .4.11 Brooklyn .20, 29 .4t? Clncinnatl .'..20 32 ... Boston....13 35 .271 Southem League. At Montgomery: Moptgomery. 9; New Orleans, 0. At Memphls: Nashvllle, 4; Memphls, L BRILLIANT ffillNG SEES SPEARMINT W IN President of France and Wife and Foreign Ambassadors at G.and Prix?Purse $40,000. (By Assoclated1 Pr6ss.) PARIS, June 10.?Tho Grand Prix d? Parla, for a purso of $40,000 and sweep stakes, for threo-yoar-olds, at one mll* and seven furlongB, was won to-day by Slr Tatton Sykes's bdy colt, Spearmint, who won the Dorby on May 30th.\ Jean jourbort's bay colt, Brlsecoure, wo? socond, and R. DeMonbel's bay colt, Storm, thlrd. Spear Mlnt, the favorlto, won by hall a length. The Longchamps courso waa a brllllant spectnclo. Among those proe. ent woro President and Mnre. Fallloro nnd tho foreign ambassadors, Includlnrf Mr. McCormlck, who was accompanlefl by Mrs. McCormlck. The event marki tho vlrtual end of tho Parla season. . Mexican IRailroad Terminals. (By Assoclated Press.) MEXICO CITY, Juno 10.?Work wlll eoon bogln on tho new rallroad tormlnalj at'Vora Cruz, whlch wlll bo the flnost termlnajs In the country, and mak? traiisfor of goodB and passengers be? tween stoaraers and rallways easy and oconomlcal. Tho ooBt of the tormlnali ia estimatod at $6,000,000 gold, A largo custom houso wlll be bullt on tho railway plor wlth tracks connectlng wlth tho railway yards. Tho new termi? nals wlll be .used by four rallwa^B. Dedicate Maccabees' Temple, i (By Assoclated Preas.) TALLAHASSEE, PLA? Juno 10.? Governor N.. B. Brownrd has gone to port Huron,' Mlch., whore ho wlll to morrow,. by special Invltntlon, dellver an address at tho dedlcntlon of tho tompl. of the Modern Maccaboos. *. ? . Finance Oommittee To-nig'it. An Important moctlng of tho Flnanc. Committco ot tho Clty Councll wltt at held to-nlfiht.