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loat anb jf ountj. lo"ht7 A^pmtTiorPoi? THifl play, "Three of Us." I-tcturn to THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. llewnrd wait r Ing. t ftclp Manlcij, illale. w^^D^TT^Tt^r^a^Aimr', abliT bodled, unmarrlcd men, between ages of 18 and .15; cltlzens of tlio Unlted States, of good character and tempcrate habits, "who can speak, read and wrlto Engllsh. Men want? ed now for servlcu in Cuba and tlie Flilllpplnes. For Informatlon apply to RECllUITING OFFICBR. 820 East Broad Street, Rlchmond, Va,; 123 feycamoro Streot, Petersburg, Va., or Columbla Buildlng, Granby Street, Norlolk, Va._ Wanted, men to learn SXSBEtt trade; now system; only few weeks rcqulred; wages aftor flrst month; $12 to J20 weekly guaranteed when through. Wrlto for free catalogue. MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE. 207 Bowery. New Vork Clty._ W^NTEL\ A" "cll EF, ALSO B A K E1L for Red Sulpbur Springs, West Vir? glnla; must be sober and -.v.tlling; state salary nnd glvo reference. Ad? dress E. if. plummer, Proprietor, petersburg, Va._ WANTED. FIVE FJRST-.CLA8S INHUH ance solicitors to sell the best health and accident proposltlona on the mar? ket; good place for producers; call between 8 and 9 o'clock, room 210, Amerlcan Natlonal Bank Buildlng. $25 PEU WEEK AND TRAVELING expenses pald by rellable house to salesmen to vlslt dealers. Experi? ence unnecessary. FURITY" CU., Chlcago. _ _ wantedTa"YOUNG man Toit GEN eral fnrm work; must be able to run a gasolene englne and flle a wood saw; wages $8 a week. Apply to JOHN CUSSON&. Glen AUen. Va. .WANTED." A "CLERK FOR "GROCERY store; one who understands cuttlng fresh meats. Apply wlth reference. Address B 558, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. ?^NTEDT"A~REGloTEriED^HXl?iiA^ out, one who ls not afratd of work. (Jljnd salary to rlght man. W. H. FREY, Petersburg, Va. jfeituations ?Hantco, iflale. "WANTED, BY &TNGLE~ M^Tp^OsTtTon as clerk ln store, town or country; had several years' experience in gen? eral merchandise. Address P. O. Box 150, Middlebrook, Va. ^clp JKHanteb, $trttate. .WANTED, LADIES TO "lEAR>Tha1r" dresidng. i-calp treatment. manlcure, faclal massage, electrolysis. Dlplo mas awarded. Posltions furnished. Write for free catalogue. MOLER'S HAIRDRESSING bCHuOL, 155 Sixth Avenue, New Vork Clty. :-- ^feoCicttorff anb ^aj^men. WANTED, ^EXPERIENCED TRAVEL^ Ing salesman, to seli bargaln glass ware, crockery, etc; excluslveiy or as a side line; general store trade; prices from 10 to 50 per cent. less than the market price. Good propo? sltlon. THOMAS BROS., Baltlmore, Md. 3rXooms for 5Rfnt. FURNISHED lVx>MS,T HOT WATER. telephone; meals served. 700 East Marshall Street. FOR_ RENT.-" NICELY FURNISHED rooms. 718 East Marshall, near corner Eighth Street. FURNISHED ROOMS KOR-R~ENT: ALL convenlences. 723 West Maln. ' i . . ? ^Boarbing. TRANSIENTS, FOR 50 CENTS CAN get clean. comfortable bed centrally located ln reflned neighborhood; ex? cellent meals served next door. old Virglnla style, 25 cents each. No. 1002_East Clay. 'Phone 4926-L. wantedT t-wo~g entlemen'bo ARD - crs in a select home; bath on each floor; cool and comfortable ln sur mer; furnoce heat in wlnter. 1103 Grove Avenue. Telephono 3160. WANTED, PERMXNEN>"^ND~'rvRAN~ slent boarders at THE LURAY", 403 East Maln Street; excellent table; nlce rooms. WA'S'TEb^PERMANENT, TRANSIENT boarders; slngle and double rooms. 307 East Maln Street. iXRGE-OR~SMALL- ROOM; MODERN convonlences. 1011 East Marshall. itottceg. EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK IS equally entltled to the greatest se? curlty and tho best service. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND. VA., undoubtedly uffords both, and Invltes accounts from all classes needlng the facllltles of a strong, v. large, courteous bank. Assets, $0, 000.000.O0. Organlzed April, 1S65. 6PECJAL NOTICE'TO SM0KERST~Y0U can buy at McCOY'S. corner Eighth and Broad, for the next ten days, a genuine imported French brlar plpo for 50c; others get $2 for the eame; all slzes aiid shapes. WXNTED,~*fHEr PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAHNKE BROS., .lewelers, 912 East Maln Streev, buy, sell, exehange and remount dlamonds ln the latest styles. Old gold and silver taken ln exehange. WANTED, COLTS AND HORSES TO graze <on Newcastle farm, at $2 per month; splendld grazlng. Apply to W. E. LYNCH, Old Churcli P. U., Hanoyer Co., Va. YOU WANT THE" BEST DYEING. THE best cleuntng, the best carpet clean lng, the best carpet dyelng; all to be had at Mrs. A. J. FXLE'S. 316 _North Flfth Street._' REPAIRING. PAINTING AND RUBBER tiro work promptly oxecuted by THOS. H. DUKE & CO., 80-1 Brook _ Avenue. 'Phone 2931. LAWN MOWBRS BHaTrpENED AND repalred equal to new. JOE BICK ERSTAFF. 1811 East Maln Street. JOc. ONLY FOR DEVELOPWGFiYms* best results dally. RICHMOND ART CO? 5 Kast Broad Street. e ? ? ?? FOR RENT, FOURTEEN-ROOM COT tage, furnished, at Cape Henry, Va.; twenty-flvo yards from electrlc car line; 100 yards from ocean. Address Capt. NELSON HOLMES, Cape Hen ry, Va._ 'A FOURTEEN-ROOM HOUSE, WITH all modern lmprovements; splenilm locatlon for a boardlng-houso. Apply 307 East Maln Street. A NINE-ROOM FURNfSHEb COTTAGE at Willoughby Spit, frontlng Chesa? peake Bay, ln good condltlon. Price per sea-ion, S450. WM. H. LAND & CO., Norfolk, Va. JJALF BROAD STREET STORE*. BEST retall locallty; low ront. Address B 433, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. FOlTsALE, A YOUNG MARE, NUT qulte six years old', sound, gentle and not ufrald of anything; very fast, but has * never boen tralned. Owner away from city reason for selllng, Address D. R. CREECY, JR., 307 Amerlcan Bank Buildlng, clty._ NOW IS THE* TIME TO HATCH, brollers and wlnter layers; we salT Charles A, Cypher's "Model" incu bators and broodera at factory prices, f, o, b, Rlchmond. Free catalogue and feed clrcular. W. J. TODD, Rlch mond, Va._| f-REE, JOC. "PACKAGE CONKE"FB llce powder and 85c. poultry book. Bring ad. to WALTBR J. TODD, No, 426 North Sixth, Rlchmond, ?_?! WANTED, TO SELL GBNUINEfBROWN" and Whlto Leghorn, hens, Apply 132-1 East Cary Street. WANT ON- CENT A WORD. Jfor _feale. FOR SALE, A FIRST-CLASS, 8TIFF mud brlck plant, at Lawteneevillo, Vn., on Southorn Railway, half-way between Norfolk, Vn., and Danvllle, Va.; Steele's machinery; 100-horse Kowor bollcrs and engine; up-drnfl llns wlth grates for burnlng coal; capaclty, 26,1)00 per day; 18 acres of clay land. Natlonal dry klln, erected spring of 1007, wlth translor ayst.-m and full coinplement of oa?B; all ln good condltlon and ln shape for ready operatlon. Full particulars on appllcatlon to WALTER C. ARCHElt, 3B5 Wlthers Bldg.^ Norfolk, Va. VALUABLE STORE PROPERTY FOR salo ijjuick; also nice clcun atock ut goods und flxtures, Bltuulod ln one! of tho beit towns ln tho State; largo, wen-llgh'.od store room; good llvmg rooms upstalrs; good garden and some arnall frult comlng ln; good wel"l wator; best locatlon ln town; doing a paylng buslncsif, but havo bost rea3ons for qulck salo. Addresa No. 23, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. $2,0UU net prollt ln slx months._ FOR SALE, TWO COAL CA_-TS, ONE new itiiibor tlre surrey, $90: one second-liand surrey, $75; one buggy, $60; ono now brick cart, $05; one handsome surrey, $165. It's a beauty. Call and seu it. Several new and second-hand runabouts, farm and dellvery wagons. THUS. H. -UKii & CO.. 801 Brook Avenue. _ FOR " -ALE. UP-TO-DATE DRUG store; central locatlon, growing lo callty; splendid soda trade; Innova tlon fountaln; little opposltion; $?, 000 stock and flxtures; reason for selling owner cannot personally look nfter business. Terms, 1-2 cash. bal? ance reasonable. Address Room 710, _Cltl?ens Bank Building, Norfolk. A "great" BARGAIN POR QUICK sale.?A double. solid mapie Bruns wlck-Balke ten-pln alley, wlth balls, plns, llght hooda, score boards' anu all equipmcnts complete. Apply to the ELKS' HOME, Eleventh and Mar? shall .Streets, Rlchmond, Va.. or ad? dress ELKS.Box 278_>-_ $45 buys a nice "Little piano. Many bargalns can bo had at tne great removal sale that Is now on. A few days hence and you will miss thls great money-savlng sale. 214 North Fifth Street. 50C~ PER WEEK." BUYS A NICE LIT tle piano In good condition. Just the thlng to start the little girl on. Yours for $30. THE CRAFTS PIANO COMPANY, INC. 214 North Fifth _ Street_________ HAVE YOUR CARRIAGES AND VVAQ* ons palnted. repair.d and rubber tlre work promptly done by RICHARD SON BROS.. 615 Brook Avenue. 'Phone 14?7._ $7._""WILL BUY A RUBBER-TIRED surrey; *>66 wlll buy a dalry -wagon; $75 wlll buy a bakery wagon; $IU wlll buy a llght phaeton. RICHARD SON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue._ FOR SALE.~G66"b RUBBER-TIRED phaeton, Ieather trtmtnlngs. Can be se-n at No. 10 North Thlrtleth Street. JOHN R. GRIMES._ WE HAVE" REDUCED OUR PRICES on the bcst.Dayton wagons to be found In Rlchmond. A. MEYER'S SONS, 120 South ElghthStreet. _ SECOND-HAND ENGINES AND BOIL ers from flve to lOo-horsepower; all guaranteed. L BLUFORD _- CO.. 1537 East Cary._ 65C PER WEEK'BUiri A NICE LIT . tle parlor ir-can ir. gocd condltlon. Talk with CRAFTS. 21! North Fifth Street._ WANTED. TO SELL FOR $35 CASH. one handsome quartered oak book case. good as new. Can be seen at 21 North HarrlBon Street._ ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBEK. sash, bliuds, doors; yards covering ten acres. WOODWARD & SON, Rlchmond, Va._ FOTrTSALE. 50. PAIIT BALL-BEARING skates. $1.25 a pair. TOMPKINS. 207 West Broad._ fW~cT~RUNABOUTS. SLIGHTLY USED, for $50 eacti. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1417 East Main._ FOR SALE*. SIDEBOARD, BUREAU, washstand and hat rnck, cheap. 913 Bank._ FOR SALE; PAWN TICKET FOR solid' gold ladies* watch; also gent's. nilcd. .13 Bank Street._ ONE STANHOPE. WORTH $100. ONLY $76. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1600 East Fran-Tln._ ASK YOUPT"GROCER FOR SMITH tleld sausage. It ls the best._ _cUal <?_.ate for feale. _'8r''"-a-7_C_,o_"_- D_^A^ff-u3~_Jw^r_7: llngs, wlth latest lmprovements; Just thlnk of a dellghtful new home near Chlmborazo Park; seven and elgnt rooms. Frices right; terms. too. ... " North Thlrty-thlrd Street._ FARMS- AND TIMBER LANDS AT lowest prlces on easy terma; great? est bargalns In Vlrglnla. "Wrlte for catalogue. Address ELAM. Chariottes vIIle. Va._ FOR SALE, ONE HUNDRED AND sixty-five million feet standlng tlm? ber, twenty-three thousand acres land and town property. T. D. BRAGO, Vlctorla, Va._ FOR SA"LE, OR WOULD TAICE IN exchange as part payment a desir? able resldence property, for good paylng interest ln a thrlfty Florlda orange grcve. ' Address J 400, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. $J__?.onal_. .T^ES^roVEP?-^Rt5BB^R-~~K^6-*fNi. carrled In four thlcknesses. ls su perlor to almost every brand on thls market. Get a samplo of lt be? fore placlng your orders. Speclfy "Westover" rubber roofing to your doaler and patronlze home Industry THE WESTOVER PAPER CO., Rlch? mo ntLVa._ EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANIC IS enually entitled to the greatest so curity and the best service. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND, VA., undoubtedly affords both, and lnvltes accounts from all olassos needing the facllltles of a strong, large, nourteous bank. Assets, !**, 000,000.00. Qrganlzed Aprll, 1865. _A-U_OR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND couches recovered and reupholBtored like now; sllp covera made and mat tresses renovated; for cash or on easy payments. No charge for estl? mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON, Adams and Broad Street.s_ DON-T" YOU WANT A CORSET THAT Imparts stylo. gives comfort and pro motes health? Made to ordex for any flgure and guaranteed. THE CORSET SHOP, 317 North Fifth Stroet, Mrs. A. J. Pyle. -._ WE DBVELOP ANY' SIZE FILM DAILY for 10c. RICHMOND ART CO, 6 East Broad Street. _ HUMAirT-IAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD at HUQHES'S. 209 North Thlrd Streot, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SMITH flold sausage. It ls the bost. MON-.Y^ANfED.?A^OAN OF $-!-00 for flvo years on property worth at least $0,000 ln a Vlrglnla town; w|U glve 7 por cent. and pay Interest overy slx months. Address KAL LEE-ON, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. Rlcli mond, Va._ AGENTS' BONANZA?AUTO TIME siiver, ropalr klt; oaslly carrled ln pocket; every automobllo ownor buys at sight; any hustlor can earn $15 a day. Wrlte to-day. S, S. BROOKE, JR^ Box 17 J, Roanoko, Va._ FOR A "GOOD"MANrSviTH"FROM F-Y'B to tep, thousand, wlth abillty and ex perlenoe, to take management of a promlslng wholesale business, Ad? dress WHOLESALE, caro Tlmos-Dls patch. ' _ TBNANT WA^i__P^;_R^S____^0__I anartmont on West Broad. Apply to w. E. SBATON & SONS, 1012 West Broad. WANT ONR CENT A AVORD. fflllixuxg. SHOWING NEAV SPRINO MODJULS IN pattorn hats, ready trimmed hats, untrlmmed ahapes; alao now llne of sprlng sults and readymade garments. MRS. JULIUS BEAR. 1423 East M?ln Street WLanttb. AVANTED, TWO LARQE OAFACiTV Chnrles A. Cypher'a model Incuba torft; mtiat be ln good condltlon, and prlco rlght. Addrcas lt. P. POPE, Newdotim, V*._ WANTED, TO KENT DYKINO AM) cleanlng business atnnd, establlshod Imtlnesa dr wnl hit o good mnn lor same. 1201 AVest Main Street. FURNITURE "AVANTED; HIOHEHT cash prlco pald for furnlture, carpets, &c. If you want to sell, 'phone 1306._ AVANTED, A SALE8MAN FOR THE men's furnlshlng department. SIMON _BOAVMAN;_10K Kaat Broad._ AVANT ED7 TO BUY, HOU~SEHOLD goods ln any ojuantlty. Cail 'phone 3851, LADIES'^SHOE ^RE^AIRINO. SPECIAL REDUCED PRI013 IF YOU cut out thls ndvertlsement and send with shoes. We have a lot of small halfsolcs on hand, sultabto for ladles' shoes. Regular prlce, 60c; reduced to 50c, sewed: nalled, 35c DREAV3 ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 East Main Street 'Phone 2667._ UPIIOLSTERINGr. PARLOR SUITS. ODD CHAIRS AND couches recovered and reupholsterod llke new; sllp covers made and mat tresses rcnovated; for cash ' or on easy payments. No chnrgo for cstl mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON, Adams and Broad Streets. _ SHOe'REPAIRING SPECIAL. 10 CENTS REBATE ON EACH PAIR If you jut out thls advortlscment and bring wlth shoes before Aprll llth, Men's shoes half-soled, 75c; robated to 66c; ladles' shoes half-soled, 60c, rebated to 60c. Every palr sewed. DREWS ELECTRIC SHOE FAC TORY, 716 East Main Street_ FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING. WE PACK AND SHIP FURNITURE, chlna, weddlng presentB, etc. JACOB UMLAUF, Flne Upholsterlng and Mattresses, 705 West Main. 'Phone 3292._' WAGONS. LAUNDRY, MILK, GROCERY AND all other klnds of sprlng wagons ln stock. See them. BR1STOW-AVOR SHAM CO., 1417 East Main Street. AWNING8. WHY NOT HAVE YOUR AWNINGS made up now while you can secure every attentlon and care and bo ready for the sprlng? H. E.. COPELAND & CO., 108 North Nlnth. _ OSTRICH FEATHERa ~ OSTRICH FEATHERH.?TAKE YOUR old feathers to THURSTON'S; they will make them new agaln. THURS TON'S. No. 308 North Flfth Street. UPHOLSTERLNG AND MATTRESSES. LEVY MAKES SLIP. COVERS, RE pairs and pollshes furnlture. 'Phone 1036. 425 West Broad. FLORIST. FOTTED PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS AT reduced prlces. Funeral deslgns, $1 to 83. M. A. WHITTY._ STORAGE. CLEAN, DRY STORAGE DEPART ment at TOMPKINS. 207 Wost Broad. notuSe^of DISSOLUTION. The partnershlp heretofore subslst lng under the flrm name and style of Jullus Sycle's Sons has been this day dlssolved by the retirement of Lee Sycle from sald flrm. The business will be contlnued under the same name and style by thts rernnintng members of the old flrm, Sam and Sydney Sycle. Havlng sold my Interest ln the old flrm of Jullus Sycle's sons to Sam 7yele. I dc-sirc iti rctiring to thank our old frlends and patrons for thelr klnd patronage and bespeak a continu ance of snme for my brothers who will succeed to the entire business. LEE SYCLE. SAM SYCLE. SYDNEY SYCLE, f.EE SYCLE. I.ichmond. Va? Aprl: J5, 100S. BIDS" WANTED. Plans and speciflcatlons for inflrmary at the AA'estern State Hospital,' Staun ton. Va., tvro stories hlgh, capacity ot each floor forty patlents; ten single nooms, one bath-room, one clothes room, one attendant's room, one recep tion-room, one dlning-room and.ono water closet on each floor. To draw the plans it wlll be neoes sary for the archltect to see the loca tlon of the bulldlng. For further partlculars aDDly to DR. J. S. DE JARNETTE, Superintendent; W. H. LANDES, Director; Commlttee, Bibfoenb J&jicesf. Afta^tlc^oalTf'LTne^^ ""' Office of the Treasurer, Wilmlngton, N, C, Aprll IS, 190S. The Board of Directors of the Atlan Uc Coast Llne Rallroad Company has declared two per cent, IntereTt on the Certlflcates of Indebtnoss of that com? pany, payable at tho office of theTreas urer, at AVilming-ton, N. C? on and after May 1, 1908. The transfer books are closed from tho 13th day of April, 190S, to tho 1st day of May, 190S, both dates Inclusive. JAMES F. POST, Treasurer. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE?^^^^" Thls company, havlng quallfled as executor of the estate ot John Murphy, tleceased, all peraons havlng clnlms agalnst sald estate aro requosted to present them, and those indebted to tho estate will please make payment. VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY. Executor of John Murphy. Jjotcls. THE DUNLOP Atlantlo City, w. J. DJrectly on the bcach. Convenlent I ocean, plers and all amuiomonta. Newly turnlehed alnce last season. Enlargod, mag niftcent enfe, eeatlng 600. Full oroheitra. Rooms en sulto with prlvato baths. Euro pean plan only, $1.60 per day and upwirda, ROBERT B. DHLANY, Proprletor, F. ?. BOWMAN. Managor. legat Jfrtfces. Ofilco Collector Clty Taxes, Clfv Mall, Richmond, Va,, Aprll 1, 1908. LICENSE TAX CITY LICENSES FOR THETEAR 1908 havo been placed in my bands for col lectlon, and are duo notv, as follows: AGENTS? Automoulles. Baggago and Express, Coliectlng. v lnauranct't Labor, Land, Man u f actured Artlclos, Rontlng llousos, Kallroad Tlcket, Htenmshlp Llnes Typewriters. AKC1I1TECT8. General, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Real Estate. Tobacco, Common Crler. BILLIARD TABLE. BOARDINO HOUSE. BROKERS? Cattle, Commcrcial. lnsurance, Merchandlse, Pawn, Rallroad Tlcket, Ship, Stock . Tobacco., Bulldlng and Loan Ass'ns. CHEMISTS. CHIROPODISTS. CLEANING AND PRESSLn'G. COMMISSION CONTRACTORS. MERCHANTS. DENTISTS. DETECTIVES. Partles falllng to pay this tax on or beforo APRIL 30. 1908. wlll be subject to the pcnalty presc,rlbed by the'Clty Ordlnancca, which ls not less than Sl nor more than 820 per day for each day's business carrled on after Aprll 30. 1908, tho same to be imposod by the Police Justice. F. W. CUNNINGHAM, Collector Clty Taxes. ELECTRICIANS. EXPRESS COMPANIES. FEEb STABLES. FiBtl AND Ol'STERS. FRUIT STANDS, otc. HOTELS. 1MPOUNDINO LOTS. 1NTELLIGENCE UFFICES. JUNK DEALE116S. L1QUOR DEALERS-? AA'holcaale, Retall, Bottllng, Wholesale Malt. L1VEKY STABLES. LOAN OFF1CE3. LUMHER MKASURERS. MERCANTILE AGENCTES. PHOTOGRA PHERS. PR1VATE BANKER. PR1VATE EN TERTAIN MENT. PUBLIC ROOMS. RESTAURANTS. 8NACKS. STORAGE. TELEGRAPH & TELEPHONE COMPANIES. THEATRES. A'ETERINARY SURGEONS. F.tc, Etc. Mtttintf. Headciuart.;rs Rlchtnond Commandery, No. 2. Xnlghts Templars. tv.^y SIR ICNIGHTS.?BY REQUEST XA of the Grand Commandcry of ^\^ South Carollna, Rlchmond Com X \ mandery, No. 2. will furnish a Templar escort at the funeral of Blr Knlght Nelsler. Therefore, assemble at your asylum, In the Masonlc Tem ple In the full dress of a Templar on foot, on THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON. Aprll 27th, at 3:30 o'clock. By order of the Emlnent Commander, D. C. KENNEDY. " Teste: W. M. AVILLIAMS. Recorder. ? A CALLED COMMUNICATION OF ^S/Vf Richmond Randolph Lodge, No. /y*\ 19, Anclent, Free and Accepted Masons. wlll be held THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock in the Ma? sons' Hall, Franklln, near Nlneteenth Street, to pay the last sad tribute of respect to our deceased brother, Sam uel Neisler. of Abbeville. S. C. Mem? bers of slster lodges are invited to unlte with us. By order of the Worshlpful Master. W. A. CLARK, JR., _ Secretary. Apr7l~27", 190JT THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the Roanoke Rapids Paper Manufacturing Com? pany will be held ln the office of the president. Thirteenth and Franklln Streets, Rlchn-ond, Ara., on TUES . DAY, MAY 12TH. at 12 M. W. C. EDAVARDS. _Secretary. Rlchmond, Va., Aprll 14, 1908. THE ANNUAL . MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Russell Fork' Coal and Lumber Company will be held on TUKSDAY, Aprll 28, 19u8, at 12 o'clock M., at tho company's offlce, -Koom 7, 1103 East Main Street, Rlch? mond, Va. A. S. BUFORD, _ . Secretary nnd Treasurer. 3mt?femente. Don't Let the Two of You Mlss the Threo of Us.?Alan Dale. ACADEMY Tufsxc&E^d. All Week Mat5. Thursday and Saturday. THE GIFFEN COMPANY THE THREE OF US TRICES: Mat.. 25c and 50e. Nlght, 26c, 60e and 75c Flrst Appearance of WILLIAM J. KELLEY J ACADEMY-Tuesday and Wednesday Mattnee Wednesday. SAM S. AND L.EE SHUBERT OFFER I)E AVOLF HOl'PEK. In De Koven & Ranken's Dcllshttul Opera, HAPPYLAND PRICES: Mat:, 23u to $1.00. _Nlght, 38c to gl-50. pl ? _ 1 Keith AH-Star Vaudeville l^OIOniai TWICE DAILY ALL THIS WEEK. COUNTESS OI.GA ROSSI, MR, AND MRS. HUGHES, CHAS. NEA'INS AND COLLEGE GIRLS. 5-OTHER BIG ACTS-5 BIJOU?All Week Mats. Tues., Thurs. and Sat. ? CHAS. E. BLANEY PUKSENTS LOTTIE AVILLIAMS, In Her Eorewell A'islt ln the Muslcal Comedy Drama, "My Tom Boy Girl." MAJESTIC THEATRE AVEEIC OF APRIL 27TH. BARTON AND NICHOl.SON, Comedy Skotch Artists, and JAMES BARTON, Comedy Maglclan. New Pictures. Flve Performances Dally. . 10 CENTS. The Confederate Museum TAVBLFTH AND CLAY BTREBTS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. ADMISSION, 250. 8ATURDAY FRBB. TheValentine Museum ELEA'ENTH AND CLAY 8 TREETS, . Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 p, m. Adralsslon, 25 cents. Freo on Saturday, The Loges and Boxes for the Fifteenth Annual Music Festival of The Wednesday Club Will be sold at public auction on Tuesday, April 28th, at 1 P. M? at the Club Office, No. 819 E. Main Street. Phone 7266. ??aaaaeaaa.MU.i.Hi.Li sggSMaMS SOCIAL and PERSONALi SOCIKTY In.enjoylng bnsobnll jtlftt now, mnny seagon tickets hav'.iig been takon by promlnent young poople ? here. The grandaUind nt the Broad Strcot groundu Is wpokly crowded wlth spectators, the glrls ln thelr shlrt-walst hiiUh und Merry Wldow hnts, and wlth thelr anl mnted fncoH nnd flutterlng fans mak lug a very pretty plcture, Much Intorcst nnd onthunlasm ls fihown In the gnme by young soclety In gonerul, which keepa ltnelf qnlto up-to dalo on baseball points and ls very knowlng about the mon who "make good" ns champlon players. As a healthful out-of-door form of recreatlon and amusement baseball Is, qulte uncr|URled. Aprll nccltnl. Mrs. Rockwood's Aprll recltal will bo glven thls evening /at her resldenco studlo at 8:30 o'clock. Frlends aro cordlally Invlted. PupUs who will contrlbute to the program of the evonlng lncludo Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. 1-Iewltt, Mrs. Davldson, Mrs. Cartcr, tlio Mlssos Woodward. Wortham. Rosc.'and Messrs, Cooke, Hunter, Cutchlns and Jonos. Invlted to Receptlon. An iovitatlon to a receptlon that ?will he glvon on the ovening of May 5th from 9 to 12 o'clock ln the Masonlc Temple by the Soclety of St. Vlncont de Paul, has beon cxtended to Rlch-> mond Chapter. United Daughters of tlvfa Confederacy, through its presidcnt. The receptlon will be held In ho/h'or of delegatos to the national convenilon of the socioty. Morrla?Mnrkat. , A qulet but pretty marriagoj was celebrated on Tuesday at 8 A. M. ln tho home of Mrs. Mary E. Hojpe, No. 903 North Twenty-fourth Street, when MIss Sarah EUzabeth Marks became tho bridc of Mr. Rlchard Samuel 'Morrls. The Rov. Gerald Culberson perform ed the ceremony, and tho wedding march was played by MIss Norma Mc Carthy. Tlie ushers woro Messrs. Arthur Wllllam Hopo and Elmore Mor ris, brothor of the groom. Tho brlde wore a traveling costume of Allco blue. After the ceremony the young couple left for Washlngton and other places, They will be home to their friends af? ter May 1st, at No. 003 North Twenty fourth Street. Pansy Clrcle to Entertnln. During the flrst weeks of May the Pansy Clrcle of Klng's Daughters will servo light refreshments at tho cornyr of Second and Franklln Streets, from 4:30 to 7 P. M. each day. It is hopod by members of the clrcle that the smart set will avail ltself of an opportunlty to havo a chat over a saucer bf cream or a cooling drink. and hy so dolng help the circle to contlnue its aid to the Sheltering Arms Hospl tal. Burfoit?Coualne. Tho home of Mr. T. J. Cousins, No. 4 04 North Cedar Streot, was the scene of a pretty we.ddlng on Tuesday morn? lng at 11 o'clock, when Miss Grace Car roll Cousins became tho brlde of Mr. Marshall Davls Burton. The Rev. Dr. Boggs offlciated, and the wedding ehorus was sung by the cholr of Holy Comforter Church. Mr. Salnsbury pre Flded at tho plano. The brlde was glven away by hor eldest brother. Mr. Alvah B. Cousins. and was attended by MIss Irts Traylor, as matd of honor, who woro a.prln cess gown of lavender messaline and carrled a shower bouquet of lllles of tho. valley. Mr. James B. Gates acted as best man. Tho brlde was bocotn ingly gowned in a gray traveling cos? tume. Her flowers wero brides' roses. Mrs. Burton is a daughter of the late Thomas J. Cousins and Mrs. Rosa A. Groot. Tho groom is a buslncss man of thls clty. They will resldo at No. 417 West Marshall Street. Moxt Attrnctlvc Fenturca, Many delightful features -will make tho excurslon to Wllllamsburg, under the ausplces of the Young Ladles' So? clety of Second Presbyterian Church. on Saturday one of tho most at tractlve of the season. The Rev. Mr. Goodj'ln, of Bruton Parish Church, has consonted to givo his explanatory talk to tho party at the church. immediately after thelr arrlval In Wllllamsburg. An opportunlty will then be glven to see the famous commtinlon servlces and King Edward's Blble. ? Intorcst In the trip ls growlng daily, and lndlcatlons polnt to a large at tondanco. Tickets nre on salo at the Jefferson, T. A. Mlller's and by Mrs. T. Wllllam Pemborton, Mrs. John A. Coko, Jr.. MIss Mary Carter Andorson, 614 West Grace Stroet. To Iflny in Lcxlnsrton. The Ben Greet Playors aro to givo two performancos ln Lexlngton on Mny 5th. one In the afternoon on the campus of AVashlngton antl Leo Universlty, and tho other at night ln tho universlty jgymnasium. "As You Ldko- It" will t>e the play for the afternoon and "Macbeth" or "Everyman" for tho nlght. Pernonnl Mcntion. Mrs. Preaton Belvln, .who has beon visltlng her dntighter, Mrs. Charles Kruse, ln New York City, during the past month, has returned home. Mrs. J. C. Minson hns gono for a long vlslt to relatives ln Chicago. ? Mrs. John F. Lowry has roturned after visltlng Mrs. R. J. Massenberg, in Newport Nows. Mrs, Meredlth Montague, of Now York, who came to Rlchmond to bo present at tho Houston-Prlco wedding, on Thursday, has returned to Now Y"ork. MIss Nannlo Montaguo romnlns as tho guost of relatives at US East Franklln Street. MIss Pago Aylett Royall's name ap pears in the list of guosts for tho post lonten senior assembly, danced at tho Chumberlin Hotel last Friday nlght, wlth Mr. Allen D. Jonos as leaderj Mrs. A. F. Huntt roturned on Satur day from Chestor, Pa., where she went to nttend the funeral bf her brother, Captnin Robert Hathaway. Under tho headlng of "Easter yueens," tho Ch'arlottesvllle Progress of Snturday eays: "Mrs. C. C. Walker, of Rlchmond; MIss Pugh, of Keswlok; MIss Mofflt, of New York, and MIss Dulaney, of Clarko county, who havo been consplcuous for graco In thelr boautlful gowns nt tho Easter gormans at tho universlty, returned to tliolr rospectlvo homos to day." ?Mrs. Honry Aylett Sampson, who has been visltlng Now York Clty, was ex pected Home on Saturday. MIss Mary X)uko,.of Charlottesvllle, ciaughter of Judgo Duko, was ono of tho popular Easter guosts at the Vir? ginia Polytoohulo Instltute. MIss Urlth Groen, who has boen tho guost of Miss I.uoy Meaclo In Rlch? mond, hns left for Norfolk. Mrs. Edward Dlllon, daughter and son will bo tho guosts of Mrs. R, T Huntor, at No. 215 East Franklln streot. ' MIss Gladys Colemnn nnd Miss Sal ly Chrlstlnn, of tho Woman'3 Collego, spent a dolightful Easter wlth rela? tives at Provldence Forgo. MIss Alnm E, Wrlght, wno has boen spending tho Etts|or holldays ln Greensboro, N. C? has roturned. Mrs. Mai'y J^no ? Qroas,. formorly of l-tichmond, who ls now llving wlth hor sistor, Mrs. Cosgrove. of BaUimore, ls extl'omely 111. ittoeiw.... JESUS WAS NOT A JEW Dr. Haupt, a Professor of Johns Hopkins University, De clarcs That the Saviour was Aryan. PHILADELPHIA, PA., Aprll 2fi.?-Tho Ameriean Phllosophlcal Soclety ctbsetl yesterday one of Ita most successful general tneetlnga, The ilnal papers were extremely ln tcrcstlnrf, ospeclally tho argument of Profesfiir Pnul Hnupt, of Johnn Hop kins TJnlverslty, to tho effect that .rcsus waa, of Arynn, not Bemitlc, race. Pro tci'finr llaupt fnld: *Tho foundcrs of Chrlstlanlty were C/illleans. Our Savlour's llrst dlsclples, J&ctdf and lils brotlior Andrew, ns well n? tho two sons of Zobedce, .lamcs and John, were Galilcan (lshermen. Tho tra'dltlon that Jcsus was a desceridant of Davld and was born at Bethlehom is not orlglnal. The census referred to nt the boglnnlng of tho second chaptcr of the third gospel took place ln the year 7 A. D.?that Is, at least eleven years after Wie natlvlty. There was no lm pr.rlal asscssment untll Judea had been n-.ade an Imperlal provlnco,- nor Would tho people havo been assessed at thelr ancestral homes. Moreover. Mary would not have been requlred to accompany Joscph. ConccVmion to JcwIhIi Hopc. "Our Savlour Hlmself referred to tho hAdlef that the Mcsslah was to be a son ,4>t Davld as an oplnlon of tho Pharlsees. The later tradltlon, whlch endeavors to harmonlze the llfe of Jesus with the alleged Messlanle prophecles in tho Old Testament, is a concession to Jcwiiih expeetatlona or prejudlces. "Our Savlour Is generally supposed tc have been a Hebrow hy race. But ln tho post-exlllc lntroductlon to tho poet lc glorldcation of the Ideal Klng In the nlnth chapter of the book of thr prophetlsalah. 'Galllee is called the dls? trlct of the natlons, I. c., of the Gentllos, In I. Macc. v. 15, we read that mes sengors from Gallloe, wlth thelr clothes rent. came to Judas Maccabeus and his brethren, In tho-xear 161 B. C. who reported ln thls wise: They of Ptolemals and of Tyrus and SIdon and all Galllee of the Gentlles are assom bled together agalnst U3 to consume us. Then sald Judas unto SImon. his brother: Choose thee out men and g': and dellver thy brethren that are in Galllee. Now unto Slmon were glven 3,000 mon to go Into Galllee, where he fought many batttcs wlth the brethren; and those that were In Gallloe; that Is. in Arbatta (a corruptlon of Seeharin, the capital of Galllee, northwest of Nazaroth), wlth thelr wives and thelr chlldren. and all that they had, took he away and brought them Into Judea wlth great Joy.' No Jewa In Gnlllr.c. "So the Jews who llved ln> Galllee among Uie heathen at tho tlme of Ju? das Maccabeus were all rescued and transferrcd to Jerusalcm ln 164 B. C. Consequently there were no Jews ln Galllee after the year 104 B. C. But ln 103 B. C. Simons grandson, the eM est' son and successor of tho great Maccabean conqueror. John Hyrcanus Arlstobulus. the (irst King of tho Jews, whose coronatlon Is glorlfled ln the second Psalm. Judalzed Galllee. He forced the inhabltants to accept clr cumclslon and the Mosalc law. "Therefore, they were not clrcum clscd before the conquest. Slnce that time the Gallleans were Judalzed, not Semltlc by race. Tho Jews lookeJ down on them. and the dialect of tlio Gallleans betrayed thelr non-Hebralc extractlon. In Matthew. xxvil. 73, we read that tho byatanders sald to Pe ter, 'Surely thou also art one of them, for thv speech betrnyeth thee.' "Tho Gallleans who were Judalzed hy Arlstobulus were called Iturians, a term which has never been explalned, but whlch undoubtedly means Assy rlans, because they were descendants of the Assyrlan colonists whom the founder of the Assyrlan Emplre, Tlg lath-Pileser III., and the conqueror ol Samarla, Sargon II., had sent to Gall? lee. after tho inhabltants had been deported to Assyria ln 738 B. C. Idontity of Iltimntlt. "We read in II. Kings. xv. 29: Tn tho dnys of Pekah, Klng, of Israel, came Tlglath-Plleser, Klng of Assyria. and took IJon and Abel-beth-machah and Janoah and Kedesh and Hazar and Gilead and Galiloo, all the land of Nanhtall. and carrled them captlve to Assyria.' Now, It Is generally sup nosed that no referonce to thls con? quest of Galllee occurs ln Tlglath-Pl leser's cuneiform Inscrlptions. But thls is due to the fact that no ono over percelved that Galllee ls called the land of Hamath, both ln the Bible and ln the cuneiform Inscrlptions. 'Tho namo Is used ln the Old Testa? ment, but lt never occurred to any reader of the Blble that Hamath de noted the anclent capital of Galllee, at tlie famous hot sprlngs, half an hour to the south of Tiberias, pn tho western shore of the Sea of Galllee. "After the destructlon of Hamath, in the elghth century B. C? Seppharls, the modern Saffuniye, northwest of Nazaroth, was the capital of. Galllee. Tiberias was not founded before 26 A. D. AA'hen the foundatlon of the new clty wns lald an old cemetery was dug up. The Jews, therefore. considered Tiberias as u-nclean, and could not be Induced to settle thero. But after the destructlon of Jerusalem. 70 A. D? Ti? berias becamethe chlef centre of Jew ish loarnlng. Tho old cemetery. whlch was- dug up ln 26- A. D.. was no doubt the metropplls of Hamath, the anclent capital of Gallloe. The entranco tb Hamath ls repeatedly mentloned as a part of the northern boundary of Pal estlne. Thls is AA'ndy'-al-hammnn, near Magdnlah, the blrthplace of Mary Mag dalene, three mlles northwest of Tibe? rias. nebre-w KlngN ot Hnmntb. 'The unlversal oplnlon has been that Hamath ls tho royal clty of the Hit tltes, on tho Oronte.3, in Northern Syria, but tho boundary of Israel never reached so far north, and the names of the klngs of Hamath mentloned In tho cuneiform toxts are Hebr-ew. The klng of Hamath who sent his son to salute Davlci wns a Galllenn. Solomon's storo cltles, whlch he bulltln Hamath, wero situated naar tho. Sea of Galllee. The torrltory of Hamath, whlch Jeroboarn I, recovcrod for Israel about 750 B. C, Exhibit of Frank Brothers Frank Brothers' Fifth Avenue Boot Shop, of New York, are show ing Spring and Summer Shoes for Iadies, gentlemen and children at the Jefferson Hotel on Monday, Tues? day and Wednesday of this week. wns the reglon west of the Sea of Onl lleo. "A great many of the Assyrlon col oniats sent to Hatnath?I. e., to Gallleo ?wore Aaayrlans. Sargon relat-s that ho'sent thn great Mcdlan chlef, Delocea, wlth hls klnaman to Hamath. Both Tlglath-Plleser and Sargon received trlbute from tho Medla*n chlef a ns far enBt as the 'lapla lazuli mountains.' In i these were tho famous lapla lazull mines, ln Bndaksshan, on tho north I eastern flnnk of the Hlndokoosh, In northenstorn Afghanlstan. Tho major? ity of the Assyrlan colonlsts whom Tiglnth-Piloser III. sent to Gallleo woro natlves of Ullub and Klrh, nortli ot Assyrla, at the foot of tho Armenlnn Taurus, between Amld, the modern Dlnrbekr, and Lake Van. Thls reglon wns Arynh, not Semltlc." Professor Haupt concluded from tho foregolng evidence that lt Is by no means certaln that Jobus and tho Gal llcai flshermen who wero lnvlted by Him to becomo flshers of men wero Jews by race. In hla oplnion tho Gall leun founflera of Chrlstlanlty were not Semltlc, but Aryan, Universal Transfer Matter and Water Meter Question Seern Difficult to Settle. u Asldo from the consideratlon of two Important matters, the Council ,com? mittoo meetlngs at the City Hall this week will deal mostly wlth routino,, nothlng ot special interest belng or, tlio dockcts. To-nlght the Water-Com mlttee wlll endeavor to settle tha troublesome mctor questlon. As here? toforo stated, thc contract for-Key stone meters, amountlng to 'about $9,000, was awarded, but before Coun? cil could confirm lt there was a pro* tost from the unsuccessful and fowest bidders. the result belng that tho re? port was recommltted. An effort wlll be made to reject all contracts, ln view of tho statement that > tho city can get along another year wlthout an extra meter supply. If thls ls not done there wlll,- be a warm llght before the thlng ls settled. Transfer Ordlnance. On Thursday night tho Committce on Ordlnance. Charter and Reform will liear representatlves of the Vlrglnla Passenger and Power Company" who are opposlng the universnl transfer ordlnance, already passed by the" low? er branch. It Is clalmed that the com? mlttee wlll send ln a favorable re? port, but lt is sald that the measure will not havo smooth salling in tho Board of Aldormen. . An offlcer of the Passenger and Power Company said yesterday that the corporation would not enter such serl? ous objoctlon to a more general trans? fer system lf tho company wotild be protected against those passengers who rlde to work in tho morning and go homo to lunch on a cold transfer. "When women and children and lnfirm persons board the -Wrong car." he sald, "conductors are Instructed to let them ccntlnue the journey. We try to have these regulatlons enforced, but much depends upon conditlons and the judg? ment of conductors." To I-rotect AII Intereata. Councllman Hunsdon Cary, who In? troduced the ordlnance. declared that lt was not hls object to make laws whlch would dcprlve the street car company of Its legltlmate Incom'e. but to facllltato travel and rcmove a burden from the public. As an 11 ltistratlon of his point somebody cited tho instance of a woman and two chlldron, who boarded an Oakwood and Main car at Elghth Street during a rain storm the other afternoon. The woman had to get off at Seventh for a Main Stroet car, her destination be? ing Thlrd street. Ordinarlly, the con? ductor would not havo dlsturbe'd her had ho followed lnstructlons, Whlch nro dlfferent from the ironclad- rules of long standlng. It is probablo that a new ordinance wlll be framed. obvlating thls trouble and nt the same time protectlng the company from the use of stale trans? fer.. EASTER FOR ORPHANS .Special Servlces nt Mnle Orplinn Aay Ium Uuusunlly Attractlve. Special Easter servlces were held at the Malo Orphan Asylum yesterday nf? tornoon. the chapel belng attrnctlvely decoratod for the occaslon. The chil? dren marched In "silently and helped to mako the program unusuallv Inter? estlng. The Rov. G. C. Kelly. of Broa_ Streot Methodlst Church, dellvered an address, belng asslsted ln the exercises by the Key. J. C. Gregory. of Epworth Methodlst Church. Mrs. Glll arranged tho followlng program: "We Come With Easter Lllies." pro. cesslonal; prayer; "Come, Ye Falthful." hymn: "Duty to God and My Nelghbor," recltatlve. "Halletujah! the Dawn la Breaklng," anthem; Scrlpture readlng; "Fly Away Little Breezes," chorus; ?The Easter Morn," recltatlve; ? "Vle? tory! Jesus Is Rlsen," chorus; "Hear Our Prayer"; address, Rev Dr. G. C. Kelly; "Forward! Onwnrd ln Hls. Ser? vlce." full chorus; doxology, benedlc? tlon, ... GOING OUT ON TUG Commlttee , to "Iuspeet Wlinrf, Property Wlll Orgnnl-o To-JIorrow Attccnoon. For the double purpose of organlzln.nf and Inspectlng the shlp looks, cotnmlt toes from tlie Chnmhor of Com-porco, Business Men's Cli_*. Retall Merchants* Association and Trnvelors' Prnlectlvo Association wlll get aboard tho city tug, Thomas Cunnlngham, Sr., to-mor? row afternoon at 5 o'clock and.'spend two hours looklng. over tli. property whlch the city Is nsltod to purchase for vharves. / Captain John A. Curtls, harbor master, and orig(nator of the projoct. wlll be ln command, flylngr the commodore's signal. Wlth a view to having ,ali members joln tho party, spoclal Invltatlons. bavo been, Issuod, nnd thero wlll bp sowothlng to eat as an extra Inducement. Ono of the members aald lnst night thnt the chlof assot of food wns a big ham that cost' S3 cents a pound wlthout tho copklii**r. Tho tug wlll leave, Sovontoenth Street wharf promptly, at 5 o'clock, and wlll return two hours lator. Tvni-ncvLOSis tiieateo nv "tlEI?C*ri"Y AT NAVAL HOSPITATj WASHINGTON, D. C. Aprll 26.?A prollmlnary roport on tho treatment of tttberculosls by tho ndmlnlstratlon of mercury has beon made to the Sur-. goon-Goneral by Surgeon B. L Wrlght,' of the navy, who hns boen eonrtuctl"i*r invoatlgatlons at tho naval hospltal nt Fort I.yon. Col, In forwardlng anoV commentlng on thls roport. Medlcal In? spector C T. Htbbett says tho subject ls engaglng much attentlon by offlcers on duty at tho hospltal, and tho treat moit |s belng upplled peraonally by Surgeons XV. H. Bticher and Wrlght, ln ordor that thoro' may be no dang.jr oMit.ectlon by tha neodlo to dt-cour ago the patients. The ellnk. lt i* aald, Is steadliy growing by voluntary _ppll_ catlons for treatment, and tha reault* ao far ave encouraslns.