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ONB CBNT A WOllD, iotftaifl^ounD._ LOST,' A BROOCH, JPURPLB STONE, wlth penrl settlng. Return /to offlce* at Murphy's Hotel. Ilowarrt uffer ed, Lost at Ben Greet play last nlght or on car golngto play. ^ LOST, TtfttRSDAY EVENING, IN C. & O. Statlon, one gold lady's watch. Reward lf returned to 810 Floyd Avenue. _ fytlpWLantiO, wait._. WANTED, -OR-Ui 8. ARMY, ABLE bodled, unmarrled mon, botwuen ages of 18 and 36; citizens of tne Unlted States, of good character and temperate hablts, who can speak, read and wrlto Engllsh. Men want? ed now for service in Cuba ancl tho Philippines. For Information apply to RECKUIT1NO OFF1CEH, 820 East Broad Street, Richmond, Va.; 128 bycamoro Stroet, fetcrsburg, Va., or Columbla Buildlng, Granby Street, Norfolk, Va. WANTED, MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade; new system; only few weeks required; wages after flrst month; S12 to $20 weekly guaranteed when through. Wrlte for free catalogue. MOLER'8 BARBER COLLEGE, 207 Bowwiy. New York Clty. _ WANTED, FIVE FIRST-CLASS Ir-SUR ance sollcltors to sell the best health and accident proposltlons on the mar? ket; good place for producers; call between 8 and 9 o'clock, room Zlo, Amerlcan Natlonal Bank Buildlng. WANTED, TWO FIRST-CLASS PLU.M bers at once. H. A. CARTER, 403 East Mcu-Bhnll, _^_ WANTED, GOOD GRANOLITHIC F1N lshers. Apply. wlth recommendatlons, Hox 497. Staunton, Va. _i_ jftituatians WmUto, .^ale*_ Y^LNG^MAN^^STENOG HA VU E R '.> IC ? slres posltion; two years' rallroad ex? perience; accurate and speeily. Ad? dress A r>47. care Tlme8.--Oift'p:u*-a. _^zlp'mantzi,jma.t._ WANTED, a" RELIABLE, C-VPABLEI whlte woman, wlth good r?rcri>ticc!H, as nursemaid for uvi .V'tii.v. < iill dron. Address C 01 j. care Irnwa Dlspatch. _ WANTED. A YOUNG WHITE WOMAN aa mother's nelp; good wAgits to ???h'. party.' Address !?' 753, care ':*liiic.s Dllpatch. _ WANTED. A STEADY. RELIABI.i nurse. 2008 Hanover Street. WANTED. A GOOD SERVANT. ply at 2702 Grove Avenue._ fcttuattons W&antzti^ jftmale.C WANTED. BY* YOUNG LADY. FOSI tlon to do general offlce work and typewrltlng: can glve hest reference. Address C 621. car* Tlmes-Dlspatch. Swliettors anb j&al-fimen. OWAli SALESMAN WANTED; EXPE rlencc unnecessary; 1100 per month and expenses. PEERLESS CIGAR CO., Toledo. Ohlo. &Bent0jH9anteb. AGENTS WANTED ' EVERY WM ERE . the famous Zarenia dlamonds; ex 1 perts puzzled to detect from gen? uine: Immense proflt for agents; elther sex; young or old. Sample of? fer (rlng or studl and catalogue free. ZARKMA .IEWEI.IIY CO.. Dept. 141 A. Htar Buildlng. Chlcago. TEACHERS WANTED.?-Vi E ARE SE curlng promotlons throughout South? ern States for many Vlrglnla super? lntendents. prlncipals, grade teach? ers, speclalists. Fall opentngs. Wrlte for "Just a Yard of Our Record." No reglstration fee required. FOSTJ-K TEACHERS' BUREAU, Covington. Ga. waT^teTjT'teacIi ERS FOR SCHOOLS and schools for teachers. THE VIR? GINIA TEACHERS' BUREAU, Rev. R. W. CRIDL1N. Manager. Manchea? ter, Va. fBoarbing. MCE^rO^llCwiTH'" G Oc, lT S ERV-t-E'; excellent meais; for translent, $1.50 per day; one block from all car ltneB. THE LANGLEY, 509 East Franklln Street. MRS. P1TZER. 115 EAST FRANKLIN Street; handsome dlnlng-room; ho? tel service; old Vlrglnla cooklng; rooms Blngle and en suite. WANTED. PERMANEN^~Al^D~fAB*_E boarders. Apply Mrs. HORACE WELLFORD JONES, 309 West Frank? lln Street ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS wlth or wlthout board, second floor fronU translents accommodated. 317 West Grace. .WANTED. PERMANENT AND TRAN - slent boarders at THE LURAY. 403 EaBt Maln Street; excellent table: nice rooms. iWANTED. A COUPLE TO OCCUPY. wlth board. a nlcely furnished front rooni. Mlss B., 7 South Beech Street. NICELY' FURNISHED BACK '.'..RLORT with board. THE WILBER. N',>. C18 North Ninth Street. BELIGHTFUL ROOMS. LARGE AND small: modern convenlences. 1011 East Marshall. dumrner jEoarfjing SU^IME-T BOAR-T ON PrTESTON Heights. Charlottesvllle; best eleva tlon, cool, all the convenlences of the clty comblned with that of the coun? try; elegant yard and shade trees and summer house. Apply for terms, wlth reference, Mrs. SUSSEX D. DAVIS, Preston Heights, Charlottes vllle, Va._ WANTED. SUMMER BOARDERS* ON' farm; mineral Bprlng near; terms, $20 per month. Mrs. J. P. JORDAN, Pleasant Hlll, N. C. "l^mjTforlRcnt. ?jr_1lN_S!H_rD^6^^ telophone; meais served. 700 East Marshall._' JTfRNtSHED ROOMS FOR RENT, AT 109 North Steventh Street._ NICELY FUTlNfsilEb ROOMS. 7~2_ West Maln Street. jflata forj&ent^ FOR RENtT SECOND STOlcY SF.VUN room flat; hot water heat. 1B2R West Graco Street. Apply 1625 A West Grace._ _ TO LE*T\ SIX-ROOM APARTMENT, second flbor, West Broad. SEATON & SONS, 1012 West Broad. jftealjCrtate fo>?j_erit._ FOR r"ent, FURNISHED HOUSE ON Preston Heights, Charlottesvllle, Va.; all modern cbnvonlencoij, II rooms, uae oC cow, chlckens, and flour? ishing garden, frult, stable wlth 3 box stalls. For terms apply SUSSEX D. DAVIS, Preston Heights, Char lottesvllle, Va._ ? #OR RENT, FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, completely furnished, dlrectly on Chesapeake Bay; no moftqultoe-; use of boats and pier for flshing, crub bing, ete., free; three ntonths or more, $25 por month. H. R. DEA CON, Cherlton, Va, __ ._?-?; FOR RENT. LAKESIDK CAFE. AP ply to LEWIS GINTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO, __^__ HALF BR0A*O STREET STORE: BEST retall locality; low rent. Address B w-K <-u-_ Xlxne?-DUcatch. WANTS ONB CENT A WORD. V^_Jf ot ftajc. c'ALIf ABLlfl- BToi'lis ' PttOP_t-tl"5r __rt Hftln qutok; alao nice clean atock of goods aml llxlurus, aituiued In one or thu best townp ln tho Stato; large, wcu-llgli'.ed Btore room; good llvlng rooma tiptfialrx; good garden and Huiiiii niiiiill frult comlng ln; guud weri wator; bost locatlon ln town; doing a paylng bualnt-ni), but havo beat reaaona for quick aale. Addross Nu. U3, cHro Tlmea-Dlapaich. $2,000 _net proilt ln Blx mon tlu. . SPECIAL SALE UF tfYPIflWRITEKfc. of all miikt-H aml mo'U.lH la on at the TVPHWHl'ifin _XCilANGE, 605 Kaot Muln Streot, Eticiimoml, and wlll contlnue durlng tho month of May. Now Ih tho llme to aavo money. Theao machines are factory robuiil nnd guurunieed iili.iululejy tlie same aa biand new machines ure guaran? teed. Homlngtona, Ollvera, rimllb Prlmlera, Ijeimrnores and ulhera frotn _$26_tip._Come and hu uonvmcuJ. . RETAIL UHOCEUY UUSI.NEoo, whlch lu the paat twelve ^cara shows a net proflt of $18,000, iiitei supportlng a largo family; tho only reason for nelllng la tlie party wlahca to retire from bustneaa and llvo on the Intereat of the money made ut thla Ktiind. whlch la one of tho beMt in the clty. For informatlon apply to \V. B. WEST, care lt. H. Hardesty Co.,_610 Nortn Seventeenth Street. ?OR SALE, UP-TO-DATE DKUO atnrc; central locatlon, growing lo? callty; splendld aoda trade; Innova tlon fountaln; llttle oppoaltlon; %n, 000 atock and flxturea; reeaon for selllng owner cannot pera'onally look nfter bualneas. Terms, 1-2 caah, bal? anee reaaonable. Addrcaa Hootn 110 Citizens Bank Building, Norfolk. ?'OR SALE, REOAltDhK-iH OF 1'UICE al Moon & Kolner'c, Xo. !l Governor .Street, sample trunks. i.eik... tables, offlce chairs, stove. typev/rli'ftr sind about $1,000 worth ot sundries. See them to-day. ?Oll SALE. FOUR GROCERY WAG ona, one butcher wagon; $25 for Day? ton wagon In good order; $35 for sur? rey ; $.5 for top buggy; $35 for run ahout; one new rubber tlre surrey', $?0. THOS. H. DUKE & CO , 804 Brook Avenue. THE CALVERT RYE -\VHISKEY~THAT la old. mlld and rlch ln medlcinal qualities; $1 per full quart; bottled at the dlstlllery. THE GEORGE A. HUNDLEY CO.. INC. Pure Food Store, George McD. Blake. Secretary and Manager, m Eaat Broad Street. JU'bt" RECEIVED 1,000 GENUINE Imported Freneh brlar pipea, all shapes and alzes; wlll sell for the next ten days for 50c. each; others get $2 for the same. McCOY'S, cor? ner Elghth and Broad. SMIfiIFlE_D~HAJisTTHE REA_"7afT ticle; we aell no lmltatlons. THE OEOKGE A. HUNDLEY CO., INC, Pure Food Store, George McD. Blake, Secretary and Mahager, 514 East Broad Street. ^^ _ 3A SH. B Ll N D S, DOORS, FR AM ES, mouldings, bracketa, celllng, floor ing, sldlng; factory. Arch Street. from Elghth to Nlnth. MONTAGUE MFG. CO.. Rlchmond. Va. Mall or? ders a specialty. _, haveTVour carriXg'es and wao ons palnted. repalred and rubber tlre work promptly done by RICH? ARDSON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue. 'Phone 1467._ rllREE-HEAlJ BLOCK. DELOACH aawmlll. wlth Richmond Iron "Works' ?feed; all ln good order: wlll sell cheap for cash. LINDSAY McMINN. R. F. Ii. No. 1, Tunstall. Va. FOIl SAI.l-:. CHKAP.'fo QUICK~BUY cr. tourlng car complete, wlth top, wlnd shield, flve lamps. three extra snoe.i and Inner tubes. Address F 756. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. WANTED, TO SELL T> QUICK BUYf er for lnventory prlce. ^ood mda w.i ter and clgar slore on M'tin Street. Address K 385. care Tl.ii.is -OnMca'ch. THR EE -1N CH7~f WO-HORSB "STUDE bakor" farm wagon with body. seat and brake: sllghtly -used. $40: a bar? gain. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1600 East Franklln. _ EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW AND stylish in buggles, surreys and wag ona; come in nnd see the best goods for a llttle money. A. MEYER'S SONS. 120 South Elghth Street. _ TO MAKE sFACE BY WEDNESDAY wlll. sell cheap a lot of dry oak boards; see them quick for a bar? gain. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1600 East Franklln._ FOR SALE-CHEAP. THE ONLY RE tall bakery ln Bluefleld. XV. Vit.; >wii er Is tired of the huslness and wanls to gn Into something r!n.->. Address TRJUMJ'H^BoxJ^. BlU9flo.tJ;/A\'i-Vft; FOR_SALE. GOOD. ST RONG-ROOTED rose bushes, .$1 per dozen and up; vour Kelection; full stock of bedding "plants. MERIT ROSE CO., West Graco and Cedar._i_? we will- sell YOU A WIND mlll tower tank or pump cheaper .than anv man In the State. Try us. LOUIS F. BREWER. 3 S'outh Flfteenth Street._ WE POSITIVELY HAVE NO AGENTS. therefore save you agents' commis? slon on Standard llght runnlng. ro tary shuttle sewing machines. JUR GENS, Adams and Broad._ GOOD SQUARE PIANOS AT $5, $10 and $15 each. If you want a good practice piano" thls Is your chance. STIEFF'S. 205 East Broad Street. FOR SALE. UPRIGHT HARDMAN piano; excellent condition; cheap for cash. Address A 534; care Times Dispatch. SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU walt. Best leather and workman ship. RICHMOND SHOE REPAIK 1 NG CO., 1719_East Jilai n._ RED BASKET DEVILED CRABS. Cal up COLEMAN. Phone 6S97. Nuf ced._ FOR SALE. 500 PAIR BALL-BEARING skates. $1.25 a r-lr. TOMPKINS, 207 West Broad. FOR SA_E.lFOUR DETACHED DWEL Ungs, wlth latest Improvements; just think of a dellghtful new home near Chlmborazo Park; seven and elght rooms. Prices rlerht; terms. too. bus North Thlrty-thlrd Street._ FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS AT LOW est prices on easy torms; greatest bargains ln Vlrginia, "Wrlto for cat? alogue. Address J. R. ELAM, Char lottosyUle, Va._, TO~BUYERS AND SELMSRS: IF YOU havo a farm or tlmber tract to soll, wrlto and list lf wlth us; lf you wlsh to buy. write r.ir cntalogu.. A. H. JENN1NGS & CO., Box 138, Lynehburg. Va._ FOlTSALE, SEVERAL NICE BUJLD ing lots tn West End; small cash payment; balanee easy terms; no In? terest or taxes. Address K 984, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch._ MEREDITH & COOKE HAVE "pVED Into thelr new offlces, 1111 Last Mnln Street. List your property wlth them.. They mako a specialty of sales._ HAVE TO SELL MONUMENT AVE nue lot. between Allison and Atldl son. below tho market value. Ad? dress C 626, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. FOR SALE.ON-PARK; AVENUE, NBAB Allison Street. beautiful buildlng lot, thirty feet. front, Address H 854, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. CHICI.EN FOOD AND SUPPLIES.? Wheat for littlo and blg chlolcens; carload Just In; dealers and largo buyers should Inqulre. rW. J. TODD. 426 North Slxth Street._ FREE, 10C. PACKAGE CONKEV'S llce powder and 35c. poultry book, Bring ad. to WALTER J. TODD, No. 4_6jJN[Qrth_Slxth. RjUshmond,__._ FOR SALE, FRESH YOUNG JERSEY , cow; also calt. "Phono 1416-J* ? t. WANT ONB CBNT A VVOKD. fiotitta. ?>V?'_r" HEATH, ' CinilbPRACTOR.? Chlropractlc ls tho sclenco of locat Ing nnd removing pressure from nerves; nll tllseftses are nerve dla eftsOB; our exnmliiiitlons aro con? flned to thn spltie only; wu nsk no questions of u dellcnie nature. If you aro suffering from any neuto Of chronic disease, call ond see ua, Terms reasonable, Cnnsultatlon aml OMiiiilnatliiti frcu*. *518 North Flfth Stroot, Offlce hours: 2 tu 6 P, M. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE members of tlm Richmond Mitlo Or phan Society. for the elecltuti u;* ?> flcers nnd such othor DUrfinisa ns may come beforo the meit'.n-r, wlll be held nl the offlces of John L. Wll llnnis and Hon:;, Ninth and .\fhln Streets TO-DAY (May 12tlu at 6:30 P. M. ' .1. G. EARNEST, Secretary. NOTICE.?ELECTION OF WHITE AND colored teachers, June 16, 1908. Ap? pllcants to teach ln prlmary, gram mar and hlgh school trriJes ire r<? (juesteJ to fllo application i, certlfl? eates (or coplesj and tosttnionlals with me, by June 1, 1908. Informa? tion furnished on application. DAVID L. PULLIAM. Supt., Manchester (Vn.) .schools. EVERY DEPOSITOR IN A BANK I equally entltled ,to ihe greatest se curlty and the best service. THK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH? MOND. VA.,'undoubtedly affords both and lnvltes accounts from all classes needing ihe facllitles of a strong large, *ourteous bank. Assets, $9, _ 000^00.00. Organlzed _Aprl!._l 865. JUST TIIE SEASON TO HAVE YOUR wagon repalred ancl palnted and rubber tlre work promptly done; glve us a trlal Job; satisfactlon guaran? teed. THOS. H. DUKE & CO., 804 Brook Avenue. _^^ THREE DIFFERENT STYLFS BUST ness buggies and one runabout, car? rled over from la.it. ytxr. redu io. in price; don't fall to see them If you need a buggy. BKTSYOW- AVOit SHAM CO- 1117 Kasl Maln._ WANTED, THE PUBLIC TO KNO^V that .TAHNKE BROS.. Jewelers, 911 East Maln Stree1., buy, sell, oxchangi and remount dlamonds In the lates styles. Old gold and sllver taken Ir exchange._ YOU-WANT THE BEST DYEING, THI best cleaning, the best carpet clean ing, the best carpet dyelng; all t< be had at Mrs. A. J. PYLE'S. 31i North_Fifth_Street!_ W-Trei'air your'shoes to look ? Ike new. Best leather and work? manship. RICHMOND SHOE RE? PAIRING. CO.. 1719 East Maln._ LAWN""MbWBR"s iHARPENED ANE repalred equal to new. JOR BICK ERSTAFF. 1811 East Maln Street. lOcToNLYFORbEVELOPING'FILMS best results dally. RICHMOND AR'i CO.. 5 East Broad Street. "SerionalS. ^?&'dv%TV'^lffiB'BV&'^^&(firti<ri carrled ln four thicknessea, ls su? perlor to almost every brand or this market. Get a sample of lt be? fore placlng your orders. Speclfy "Westover" rubber roofing to youi dealer and patronlze home induutry THE WESTOVER PAPER CO., Rich mond. Va._ EVERY DEPOSITOR ns* A BANK ll equally entltled to the greatest se curlty and the best service. THI FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICH MOND. VA., undoubtedly affords botl and lnvltes accounts from all classc needing the facllitles of a stronic large. courteous bank. Assets, "je, 000,000.00._Organlzed Aprll. IS65. LET US WRITE YOUR ESSAYS, CLUI papers, lectures. speeches, memoria oratlons, etc. "'Every productlon masterpiece;" write us your needs we can supply you. All corre6pond ence conftdentlal. Dept. M., CEN? TRAL LITERARY BUREAU. l-W Harrison. Kansas Clty. Mo._ PARLOR SUITS. ODD CHAIRS A-NT. couches recovered and reupholsterec llke new; sllp covers made ancl mat tresse- renovated: for cash or oi easy payments. No charge for estl mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON Adams and Broad Street.:?_ LET US REPAIR THAT SEWING MA chlne for you now, while tho weathe ls bad, and before you start you spring sewing. All work guaranteec Standard agency. JURGENS'S MAM MOTH FURNITURE STORE. Adam and Broad. _t___ JOSEPH P1NGUE. HAVING SOLl hls interest ln the Imperial Barbe Shop. lias' purchased nn interest 1 tlie Estes's New Barber Shop. Nc 702 Ea3t Main Street, ancl wlll b glad to soe all lils friends at hls nec locatlon._ DON'T YOU W~ANT A CORSET THA' Imparts style, glves comfort and pro motes nealth? Made to order for an figure and guaranteed. THE CORSE' SHOP, 317 North Flfth Street, Mn A. J. Pyle._ _ SEE OUR ADS. IN "FOR SALE" ANI Roses and Beddlng Plants." MERI'l ROSE CO., West Grace and Ceda: Streets._ WE1:DEVELOP ANY SIZE FILM DAIL' for 10c. RICHMOND ART CO.. East Broad Street. FOR A GOOD JOB GO TO RICHMONI SHOE REPAIRING CO. Best leathe used. 1719 East Maln Street._ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLl at HUGHES'S. 209 North Thlrd 8tree t _^iant?bT3 ^V^I*rt_!DT R0BE"RT_bNTS~^6(5AH0'l? tas," "De Bow," "Southern Llterary, "Old Domlnlon" ancl all Virginh Southern books and magazines. M A. WHITTY*, Richmond. Va._^_ FURNITURE WANTED"; HIGHhlS' cash price paid for furniture, carpet; &c. If you want to sell, 'phon 1906._ WANTED, TO BUY. HOUSEHOL1 goods ln any quantity. Call 'phon 3851. ^JtostneSfi. ?ppartumtufi. WANTED, INFORMATION REGARD ing good business for sale; not par ticular about character, size or lo catlon; prefer to deal wlth ownei Glve prlco and full descrlption, Ad dress L DARBYSHIRE, Box 59S Rochester, N. Y.__^ FO^SATETT^UMifFER, LATHS, SHIN gles, sash. blinds, doors, large stocV low prices. Yards ancl buildings cov oring ton acres. WOODWARD <. SON, Nintii and Arch Streets, Rlch mond, Va. _HitfcEUancousfx SEWING MACH-NES. DON'T BE WORRIED TO DEATH B sewing machine agents, but buy "Standard" dlreot from us. JUH GENS. Adams and Broad._ UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSEJ LEVY MAKES SLIP COVERS. RE palrs and poltshes furniture. 'Phon 1036, 425 West Broad. Whether You Travel in America or Europe Full Informatlon and Tickets can be Obtained at Offlces of Richmond Transfer Company 819 E. Main St. Jefferson and Murphy's Hotels RICHMOND, VA. WANT ONE) CBNT A WORD. LET US DO YOUIl WOKK. HAVING THE BEST EQUIPPED HU palr shop ln Rlchmond, we nro ntiio to glvo you better servlce than oth? ers, and at prlcos much moro rea? sonable. Mon's half-sole.fnc Women's half-sole.uuo Children's half-sole.35c up Beat leuther used. Prompt servlce. Work called for and dellvered. uivo us u. trlal and he eonvlncou. H. ROMH, 203 North Flfth Stroet. 'Phone 3178._ _ BOARDING,.SALES AND EXCHANGE STABLES. LASSITER & DORAN. BOARDING, SALES AND EXCHANGE stable*, corner Nlneteenth nnd Frank? lln Streets; rlght ln the heart of the commercial district. Wo hnve the largest and best equlpped stables In the clty; personal attentlon to all teaina cntrusted to our car". Auc? tlon sales every Saturday promptly at 10 o'clock; private sales dally. 'Phone 7210__ LADIES" SHOE REPAIRING. SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE IF YOU cut out thls advertlsement and aend wlth shoea. "We have a lot of small halfaoles on hand, sultable for ladies' shoes. Regular prlce, 60c.; reduced to 50c sewed; nalled, 35c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 Eaat Maln Street_ 'Phone 2667._ SHOE-REPAliUNO." MEN'S HALF SOLES SEWED, 70 cents; men's half soles nalled. 4U cents; women's half soles sewed, 60 cents: women's half soles nalled, 35 cents. Best leather and best work manship. RICHMOND SHOE RE? PAIRING CO., 171'J East Maln Street. 'Phone 4938. OPTICIANS. WHAT'S WRONG? IS IT YOURE.ES/ Probably you need glasses. Uo to Dr. H. BREITSTEIN. Tho Optlclan. 118 East Broad, and have them ex? amined. They mny be cause of your headaches. Consultatlon free._ UPHObSiTERIK Cr. PARLOR SUITS, ODD CHAIRS AND couches recovered and reupholstered llke new; allp covers made and mat tresses renovated; for cash or on easy payments. No charge for estl? mates. CHARLES JURGENS'S SON, Adams and Broad Streets._ SHOE REPAIRING SPECIAL. 10 CENTS REBATE ON EACH PAIB lf you _ut out thls advertlsement and bring your shoes before May 16th. Men's shoes half-soled. 75c; rebated to 65c; ladies' shoes half-soled, 60c, rebated to SOc. Every palr sewed DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FAC ' TORY, 716 East Maln Slreet._ WATCH~RKPA 1R ING. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OK cleaned by WM. TOBIEN, JR.. ls a guarantee that lt ls done properly; twenty years' experience. Cleaning. 11; maln springs. $1. 40S East Broad Street. All woivk guaranteed. TYPEWRITERS. WATCH THE WINDOWS OF THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, 605 East Maln Street, for speclal bar? gains durlng the nionth of May. as a "clean sweep clearing sale" will be ln progress and "money will talk." AWNINGS. WHY NOT HAVE YOUR AWNINGS made up now while you can secure every attentlon and care and be ready for the spring? H. E. COPELANL & CO.. 108 North Nlnth. ROSES AND BEDDING PLANTS. A FULL STOCK OF ROSES AND BED dlng plants In varlous slzes: cata? logue free upon appllcation. MERl'i ROSE CO., West Grace and Cedai Streets. WAGONS. ONE SECOND-HAND BUILDE1T:: wagon at a bargain; see !? iiuick BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO., 160:' Eas: Franklln. ANTIQUES. LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTIQUEi ln the State; everything at rock bot tom prices. BIGGS. No. 515 Ea_ Maln Street. WATCH REPAIRING. HAVE YOUR WATCH REPAIRED At lt should be. I guarantee. all work O. R. KASTEN, successor to I. God dard, 510 East MAln Street. ? ' ElAKER' Y~ CREAM PUFFS, SO LARGE. ANI only 22c. a dozen. DRINKARD'S 423 1-2 North Slxth. DYEING AND CLEANING. JOHN LA TOUCHE. CLEANING. DYE lng, scourlng, presslng. 123 E. Mail Street. FLORIST. POTTED PLANTS, CUT , FLOWERS A' reduced prices. Funeral designs, $ to $3. M_ A. WHITTY. CLEAN. DRY STORAGE DEPART ment at TOMPKINS. 207 Wost Broad RED BASKET DEVILED CRABS Call up COLEMAN. 'Phono 6891 Nuf ced. j^REE AS _6l^G"TOf"lT _ASTsTt5S~t bundle of nlco fat spllnters wltl every load of wood or coal you buy Thls saves tlmo and trouble of start ing the fire. Half-cord oak or plne $3; best slabs you ever saw, oak ani plne, $2.25. Order a lond and get tn. bundle that goes wlth each load fuee ?Phono 1069. E. T. LONG. 1201 Wes Broad. 'PHONE DIRECT TO THE FUEJ klng for your fuel; handles the origi nal oak and plne wood in blocks nm ln nicest slabs you ever saw. Le us send you a load as sample; coa of all kinds at summer ? prlcei ?Phone 6913. NORTH CAROLIN. WOOD AND COAL CO., 827 Brool Avonue. _^eUable^ JEran_f ev_ we makeTa specialty^of'hau lng trunks to depot or nny part o city, from Rlchmond Collego t Twcnty-nlnth Street, for 25c; als piano nnd furnituro haullng. C, C MILLNER, 904 East Brond. 'Phon 1145. A^L^rRIAIMED^HATS^AT^GRT^XY^fE duction all thls week. Mrs. M. I WORSHAM. 216 North Thlrd Streel The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 6 P. M. ADMISSION. 26o. SATURDAT FREE. ^^ &a(IroaD0. _^ Southern Railway. TRAINS LEAVB RICHMOND. ,*.'. H.?FViilnwInir ' sehedulo llgtires pub? llshed only ns lufnrmn'lon. nml nro not guarant-ed 0:20 A, M.?Dnlly?Loenl fnr c-hnrlotte. 11:15 A, .M.?Dnlly?Llmlted?Buffot Pull? man tn Atlnntn nn-' ri;.-r:-.:nRlinm, New Orlonim, Memphlfc, Chnt tnnnoun, nnd mi tho Bouth. Through eonch for C'hnno Clty, Oxford, Durhnm. ?;00 V. M.?Ex. Sundny? Keysvlllo Loenl. 11:30 P, M.?Dallv? Llmlted Pullmnn ready 9:30 I*. M. for nll tlie South. VOItK HlVF.R I.INE, 4:30 P, M.?Bx. Sunday?Tn West Polnt? connecting for unltlmoru Monday. Wednesdny. Frldny. 2:15 P. M.?Monday, Wednesdny and Frl dny?Local to W<*st Point. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sundnys?Local te Weit Polnt. TRAINH ARRIVE RICHMOND. 7:00 A. M? S:40 P. M.?From nll tho South. 4:10 P. M.?From Charlotte. Paleli-li, Dur? hnm, Chnse Clly nnd lnc.il stations. 8:40 A. M.?From Keysville?Loenl. 0*20 A. M.?From Went Polnt. nnd froin Baltimoro Weilneadny, Frlday nnd Sundny, 10:45 Ai M.. 5:45 P. M.?Local from West Polnt. C. W. WF.STBL'RY, D. P. A.. 921 77 Mnln Sr. Thono 455. Wawnfli Wericb. t frPotomaaB.!.. 8CHE0ULE EFFECTIVE APRIL 12,1909. TO AND FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. Loave Richmond ?6.20A.M. nyrd St.Sta. *9.i0 A.JI. Ilyrd St.Sta, -9.20 A.n. MalnSt.KU, U..01 P.M. Byrd Rt. Sto, H.OOP.M.Bvra St.Sts. ifi.00P.M.Elba Statlon, *6.15 P.M. M-ln St. 8to, *3.80P.}UByril St.Sta, Arrivo Wg^iyond ?7.IK* A.M. B]r-? St.Sta. IS.SSA.M.BjrclSt.St*. 310.05 A.M. ?Ih- Statlon ?1J.1S P.M.Maln et.Sm, t2.?5 P.M.BrriSt.Sta. -7.lnP.JI.BrraSt.8t*. -fl.OOP.M.DyrdSt.Nt*. ?l).8o P.M. Maln St.Sja. ASHLAND ACCOMM0DATI0NS-WEEKDAYS. l,-at*Kllia SUtlon-7.80 l.M.,1.80 P.M..H.3B P.M. ArrlTe Elba Stotlon-fl.40 A.M., 10.40 A.ft.,5.40 P9* ?Daily. fWeekdaya' ISundays only. All iralna to or from Byrd Straat Statlon atop at Blba. Time of arrlvals and departuraa nat t-aranticd. Htad the sl.st _ Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1808. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY. For Florida nnil South: S:15 A. M. and 7:2.'. P. M. r" For Norfolk: 9:00 A. M., l/00 P. M. and 7:25 p. M. For N. & XV. Ry? West: 9:00 A. M.. 12:10 e.r.d 9:10 P. M. Kor Petersburg: 3:00 A. M., 12:10. 3:00. *":2S P. M., 6:00 P. M., 9:10 P. Mi, 7:25 end 11:30 P. M. For Goldnboro nnd Fayatt evllle: -3:28 P. M. Trains nrrlve Richmond dnlly: 6:10, 7:40 A. M? *8:35, *-10:45 nnd 11:30 A. M.i '1:27. 2:05. 0:50. 8:00 and 8:50 P. M. * Except Sunday. ?* Sundny only. Time nf arrlvals and depnrtures and con? nections not guaranteed. C. 8. CAMPBELL. D. P. A. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A. I Fast dally tralns to Old Polnt. 4:00 P. \ Newport News nnd Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Dally. Local to Newport Nows. 5:00 P.?Dally. I.ocal to Old Polnt. 2:00 P. *i Dally, Loulsvllle, Cincinnatl. Chl 11:00 P. / cniio and St. Louls Pullmans. 9:00 A.?Dally. Ch'vllle cxc. Sun. C. Forge. 5:15 P.?Week Davs. Local to G'ville. 10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg, Lex.. C. Forge. 5:15 P.?Week Days. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. Local froni East?8:50 A. M., 8:15 P. M. Through from East?11:4" A. M., 7 P. M. Loenl from Weat??<i:."0 A. M., 7:45 P. M. Through?7:30 A. M, and 3:45 17 M. James Rlver Llne?-8:35 A. M. 6:50 P. M. ? Dally except Sunday. ONLY ALL-RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. leave Byrd Street Statlon. Richmond. .In efiect May 1, 1908. FOR NORFOLK; 9:0(1 a. M., 3:00 P. M. and 7:25 P. M. daily. FOR LYNCHBURG, THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST: 9:00 A. M., 12:10 P. M. and 9:10 P. M. dallv. ARRIVE RICHMOND? From Norfolk, 11:30, A. M. and 6:50 P. M. dally. From the West, 7:40 A. M.', 2:05 ?. M. and 8:50 17 M. dally. Pullman Parlor nr.d Sleeplng Cars. Cafe Dlnlng Cars. V.7 B. BEVILL, C. H. BQSLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent. Dlv. Pass. Agent. Seaboard Air Line Railway SOUTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TO LEAVE RICHMOND DATLY. 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna, Ralelgh, Charlotte, Wllmlngton. 12:25 P. M.?Sleep ers and coaches, Atlanta, Blrmingham, Memphls, Savannah, Jacksonvillo and Flor? ida polnts. 9:45 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Savannah, Jacksonvllle, Atlanta, Blrming? ham and Memphls. NORTHBOUND TRAINS SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE RICHMOND DAILY. 9:10 A. M? 6:05 P. M., 5:25 P. M. II. 8. LEARD, D. P. A. Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway Ca?-a leave Manchester. .Seventh nnd Perry Streetn, for Petersburg. ?6. 7, 8, '9, 10, 11 -12 A. M., 1, 2, *3, 4. 5. "5:45, '6, 7, 8. *9, 10 P. M. 11 P. M. for Chester; 13 midnight, for Petersburg. Cars leave Petersburg, foot Sycamore Street, for Manchester. 6:35, ??7:15, ?7:35, 8:35, 9:35. 'IOiSS. 11:35 A. M., 12:35, '1:35, 2:35. 3:35, ?4:35. 5:35. 6:35, '7:35. 8:35, 9:35, ?10:40. 11:49 P, M. ? Carrles hnpsneo and express. ??Llmlted, except Sunday and holldays. All cars from Petersburg connoct wlth cnrs for Richmond. Richmond and Chesapeake Bay R'y Electric tralns to and from Ashland, stop plnK at Intermedlate stntlona upon slgnal. DAILY. Leave Rlclimond CBroad ' and Laurel strects)?6:05, 7:10, 8:10. 9:10. 11:10 A. M.. 1:10, 2:10. 3:10, 4:10, 5:10, 6:10. 7:10, 8:10, 9-10, 11:30 P. M. Leave Ashland?5:55, 7, 8, 9, 10 A. M., 13 noon 2. 3. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8. 9. 10:30 P. M. EXTRA TRAINS ON .SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS. Leave Richmond?10:10 A. M. and 12:10 P. M. Leavo Ashland?11:00 A. M. and 1:00 P. M. o LD DOMINIOnT STEAMSHIP CO. Night Line for Norfolk Leave Richmond every evening (foot Ash Street) at 7 P. M., stopplnpr at Newport News on route. Fare, $2.00 one way; $4.00 round trip, Including stateroom bertli; ineals 5'j cents. Street cars to stoamer'u wharf. FOR NEW" YORK Via Nlght Llno .Steamers (except Saturday), ninklng connectlon ln Norfolk with Mnln Llno Shlp followlng dny at 7 P. M.; also Norfolk nnd Western Ry. at 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.; and Chesapeake aiul Ohlo Ry. Rt 9 A. M. nml 4 P. M., maklng connectlon dnlly (e:>cept Sundav) at Norfolk wlth Maln Line Shlp snlllng at 7 P. M. Tlckots nt O. D. Llno Offiee, SOS E. Mnln Street, Richmond Transfer <*<>?, 819 E. Jlaln Street; The Jof ferson, Murphy's Hotal._ Virginia Navigation Company's JAMES RIVER DAY LINK. STEAMER HAMPTON LEAVES FROM OLD DOMINION WHARF MONDAY, WED? NESDAY nnd FRIDAY at 7 A. M. for Nor? folk. Portsmouth, Old Polnt, Nowport Newa, t'laremont nnd Jamos Rlver hindings, con? necting at Old Polnt for Washlngton, Bni tlmore, and tlio North. Electric cars dlroct tn Mie. wharf. Tlckots on sale ut Richmond Transfer Co., 819 East Mnln Street; 808 East Main Streot, or on whnrf or steamer, Fare to Norfolk, one wny, $1.25. Round trlp, $750; socond-class, $1.00, Meais. 50 eonta. Frelght recelved for above-nained places and all polnts ln Eastern Vlrglnla, North Cnrollna and the Bast._ Merchants and Miners Transportation Co Norfolk to liuittnn Mass,, nud Priivldciii'O, II. I. Steamers loavu Norfolk for Boston Mon Wed. and Prl.i for Provldence Sun., Tues. ancl Snt. at 6 P. M. Passengers nnd frelght taken for all New England polnts. Tlckata ou sale at offlces C. & O. Ry., N. _ XV. Ry., S. II. Bowman, 808 B. Maln, uncl Rlch. Trans. Co.. 819 E. Mnln. The Clyde Steamship Company PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND AND NORFOLK LINE. Frelght recolved nnd ilollverod dally at O. & O, Ry.- Co.'s -Depot,- Sev-nteenth and Brond Streots, II. K. WOODF1N, Solleltinjj Ae.iu, ciY-io.Liuu "WiiarL l-hon* 519. _?>ealeb $ropo_talJ2(. PROPOSALS. Fauquler County Roal Board, April 30, 1008. It hppearlng tu tho board tliat a nacadain roati ls ln cotitenipiatlon be weon Tho Plalns nml Miudiubuig. n llatnnce of oight.mlles, under tho su tervlslon of tin- stato Highway C6ni? nlsaion, It ls nnlerod that thu clck it this board tviu in.-.ke uut a proper idVoftlsemont to bulln nald lnacailam ?und, rotiirii.iblc to May 15, l.in.S, at riiu l'lnliis, aml piibil.sh tlie -rim.i ln h.. countv papers nnd Thc T!lil>'S-l '!?? uitcli, of Rlchmond, Vft,; and It Is further irdered that a commlttee bo iiiipointedi .0 uio'it at that piaco; ai that timo md open sald proposals aiul uaupt ur "eject any or nll blds and Xo 1-3'. *ho ,Vork ns a whole or i nv pnrtlnn tftiive )f ns tn thelr judgment ln rtgltt iin-I n'oper; sald commltteo to hc -umuoflail nf W. N. Tlffnny, W. G. D.-ivis nnd Jnrland Sklnkor. Plans and sp.ecl.l jatlons for samo may bo hnd or seen it tho post-offlce at The Plnlns. Va, \ certlfled check for SS.'ilO to aecnm iany each bid, and the Stnte nnd cbltn :y representatlves wlll bo at The Plnlns lli the 8th clay of May. 11)08. to show 3(ii-tles salel road nnd speclficatlons. A Copy?Tcste: / A. R. BARTENSTElN. Clerk. SEALED PROPOSALS'. BID FOR ROAD BUILDING. FAU QUIER COUNTV. Sealed proposals for the construc llon of eight mlles of mnendam roud. from Tho Plalns to Mlddlehurg wlll he recelved at The Plalns, Virginia, on ,. 15th May, 190S, at tlio post-offlce there- . Df. Plans and speclficatlons for samo may bn seen at the offlco of tho State _ Highway Commisslon ln Rlchmond. " Vlrglnln, and at tho post-offlco at The r Plalns. Va. A certlfled check for $500 must ac -;ompany each bld. Commlttee, composed of W. N. Tlf fany, The Plalns, Vn.; AV. G. Davls. Ver non Mllls. Vn., and Garland Sklnker. Warrenton, Va.. wlll open sald sealed hlds on said 15th May. 1908, nnd they reserve tho rlght to reject nny or all blds. nnd to let tho work ns a whole or In part. The State and countv rep rosentatlvos wlll be nt The Plalns on the Sth day of Mny. 190S. tn show par? ties sald road and. speclficatlons. Pro? posals should he addrossed to Post? master, The Plalns. Vlrginia. A. TX. BARTENSTElN, Clerk County Road Bonrd. FniKiuler Co- Va. : PROPOSALS.. Sealed blds wlll he recelved fnr the construction of n Brlck Church Build? lng In the town of Clarksvllle. Va., up to and lncludlng the 2f>th May. 1908. ThPicn hlds wlll ho opened nnd ox nmlned bv the Bullillng Commltteo on May 21. 1908.' The commlttee reserves thf rlght to reject nny nnd all blds. Plans nnd speclficatlons for the buildlng cnn be seen at my offlce ln Clarksvllle. Vn. HENRY WOOD. Chalrman Building Commlttee. "PROPOSALS. The town of Clarksville. Vn.. desires the lowest blds for about 2,000 yards of granollthlc pnvement. The town has tho monev on hnnd to pay cash for thls work". and the hlds should be en? tered by the 25th of May. All appli? eants should appear In person. For further Information. wrlte SAMUEL DAVIS anrl C. E. VAUGHAN. Street Commlssloners. "FROPORALSr Thc Board ot Supervlsors of Char? lotte county wlll meet at Charlotte Courthouse on Wednesday. Mny 13th. to receive hlds for repalrs to countv jail. Al! persons deslrlng to make hlds will meet board there 'on that day. P. N. MORGAN. Chalrman Board of Supervlsors, Charlotte County. - ? OFFICE DEPOT ""QUAltTERMASTKK Nowport News. Va., Aprll 15. 1908.? S'ealed proposals (in triplicate) for fur? nlshing 3.700 tons of oats and 4.40U tons of hay will be recelved nt thls offlce untll 11 o'clock A. M. (Eastern tlmo), May 14. 1908. Full-Informatlon and blanks furnlshed on appllcation. F. A. GRANT, Captaln Quartermaster, U. S. A. . A. P. V. A. Excursion to Jamestown Island,Va. MAY 13th. STEAMER POCAHONTAS. Leavlng O. D. S. S. Company's Wharf at S A. M. sharp. Dedication of Memorial Buildlng pre? sented by Colonial Dames. Tickets. $1.00, at Vlrginia Historical Society, 707 East Franklln Street, Jef? ferson Hotel nnd drug- stores. _s>ummer &e_oct& "V&chtmcT atr ? PORTLANDrMaine is but one of the many sports andpastlmet at this dellghtful Malne Coast resort. Jts Hotels, Boardine Houses andiCot . (ages are excellent?etirnate ideal?municr ipal equipment perfect?its Harbor the finest on the Atlantic Coast?there are also many enjoyable short trips, For/rte illnstratcd took and ' dttailtd information addresi M. C. Rich, Sec'y Board of Trade io Exchange' Sl., Portland, Me. Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, WEST VIRGINIA. (The "Old AVhlte" Sulphur.) Open Juno lf.tli. I'-nmouB for- Its Sulphur Baths. Mod? ern Improvi-ments, wlth .privato baths. I'ormancni orchestra. Terms, $15 to $J5 week: j.'iO to $00 por nionth. Write fot- lllustrated booklet. Addross ur.tll Juno lst. (IBO. A. MIL-S, Mnnngor. Thc Hlgliltincls, Washlngton, D. C. ANI) COTTAGES, FISHERS ISLAND, N. Y. .10 minutes by steam from Xew London. 5 Round Trlps dnlly. For lllustrated Cir cular nnd dlagrnm of Cottages anil Hotel Ilooms, apply to A. T. I1A1.K, MniuiKCr. Rawley Springs, Va. OPEN JUNE 15th, Noted for its wators?Iron, Chalybc ate, Sulphur. Elevatlon good. Addross, untll Juno 10th, MRS. BOI.LING. Aunnnolis.. Mil. ll " See Mr. He' rej European and Oriental He'r-prcsents all STKAMSHIP I.IXES. Rallrond tlckots f'nrnUliod aml bnKRagc* oheoked *to c-eistlnatlon of tlcltcts. Froe Information buroau, telephone 6151, "Ask Mr. Bowman." No trouble to answcr quastlons, S. H. BOWMAN, 803 Kast Maln Strfcot, Richmond. Va. 3__ ? lep. Matitzti. ll'.UINIA?l.N T1U-J L'llltJUlT COUlt'l Ol*' TH._ CulIM'V OK' HE.N-UUJ THK STH DA. UPT-AV, IU08: In tlio nratter ol 'fiottlfng u spccla/ luctloii ln Brookland School Dl-irlcl o. 1, to pu&s 1111,11, thu u.u.-llon 'hctlicr or nut hunds to tno ani f thlrty thousand ($30,000) Uo mii bo lssued by tlio School Bohi Ud district (or th- purpomj ot er ig ii sclioolliouso at UiCii Allen sclioolhouso at Hlghland Park, ln iBtrlct: It appearlng to tlio court that. tlm uhool Hoard of Brookland Dlstrtut. No. , by a resolutlon udoptod Fot-runry ;i, 1U08, and duly 8?)r6ffd upon tlm mlu. ten of tho proceodings ot tlie snld oard, In whlch resolutlon tho ?aW oard declares that In Its oplfilon ll i necesuary that an additional school oiiHci should bo erected ut tlien Al iii /ind an additional .sclioolhouso hould bo 'erected at. Hlghland Park. In aid district ln order to' provlde ad Itional public BChOol fitcllltlCH for trio hlldroii of the school age-Iti sald dls rlctj and that tho schooi funds of sald i:hool district Wlll not ho sufflclent ?ithin three. years from tho paasago f thr- resolutlon, to provlde sald ad itlonit-l schoolhoiises and -to furnlsh he same.: and recommendlng that tU'i um ot thlrty thousand ($30,000) dbl xra. should he expended toward tlio rectlon of sald school. buildings: And It further appearlng to the co.iift hat the statement of facts contalned n tlio resolutlon of: tho sald School tonrd wns on the 3d day of March, !>0S. oonflrmod anrl approved hy a ^solution of thn Bonrd of Supervisorf if the county of Henrico; and a copy if the resolutlons of sald School Board ;nd the Board of Supervisors havlng leen certlflod to thls court, together vlth the locatlon of the nchoolhouses n l>r> erected, wlth the plans, speclfl ntlons and tho estlmated cost fhere if. approved hy the divlsion school su lerint endent: The court doth order that a special dectlon be held ln the Brookland -rhool District on . TUESDAY. MAY :?, mns. to- pass upon .the queattog vhether such bonds shall-be Issued or iot-- for the amount .recommended:" Hy he Schoo) Board for snld district. The elerk of thls court ls dlrected'*to ?Ive the notlce of such election "Ky mbllcatlon Iri The Timos-Dlspatbh, laily, for fourteen times. and direct he Sherlff to post a notlce of the dertlon ln ten (10) consplc-uous polnts n sald district. whlch notlce shall date .the amount of the .bonds te-'fte ssued nnd tho purpose of.'the proposed ssue thereof. A Copy?TOste SAMUETj P. WADDDM-. Clerk: ^W-EHX^AlTcOLLE G E^OP' VlRGIN I A.1 ? ? At the annual' meetlng of-the; Bo&rd *f Vlsltors of. thls institutlon, to be held o'h. MAY ?.;207.I0yS,:-the,r_ wlll bo ilected ln the Medical Department o. irofessor of Hlstology,-Fatholog-y and 3ncteriology,.nnd ln the Dental Depart nent a professor of Oral Surgery, Den al Junsprudenco and Oral Hyglene; Llno a profesBor of Operatlve Tech ilque and Orthodontla. Applicatlons for these cllalrs, wlth tes? timonials, to be forwarded to Chrlsto? pher Tompklns, M. D.; Dean, Richmond, va. THOS. II. BARNES, M. D., ?. . President of the Board. . J. R. McCAULEY, Secretary.^_ ffl DOVE LODGE, NO. 51. ANCIENT, *__r Free and Accepted Masons.?-A ^^\ special communicatlon of Dove Lodge. No. 51, Anclent, Free and Ac? cepted Masons, will be held ln the lodgeroom. in the Masonic Temple, on THIS (Tuesdny) EVENING, May 12, 1908, at 7 o'clock. Every member of the lodge Is re fiuesteci to. attend. and members of "sls? ter lodges and translent brethen ara fraternally invited to untte wlth us. Desree work. By -order of the "Worshlpful Master. BEN T. AUGUST,- -. Secretary: ft A STATED COMMUNICATION OF VV S*-** -lohn's Lodge.-. No. 36. Anclent. f^f^Vrce and Accepted .Masons, wlll bo held in its lodgeroom. In tho Ma? sonic Temple. cornor Adams and Broad Streets, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, May 12. 1908, at 8 o'clock. Member. and translent brethren are cordlally In? vited to attend. ,.'-i By order nf the Worshlpful Master. OSCAR .1. ADAMS, . Secretary. Hollywood Cemetery Company^' Richmond, Va.. May 1. 1908. THE ANNUAL MEETE-JGOF THE LOT owners ln Hollywood Cemetery Com? pany wlll bo held ln the offlco of the companv, No. G South Ninth Street. on TUESDAY, May ' 12, 1908. at: 5 o'clock P. M. XV. S. STREET.. .. Secretary-Troasurer, Aprll 27. 1908. THE REGULAR-. ANTNUAL MEETING of the stockholders ot the Roanoke Raplds Paper Manufacturing Com? pany wlll be held ln the offlce of the presldent, Thirteenth and Franklln Streets, Rlclimond. Va., on TLES DAY, MAY 12TH, at 12 Mi. XV. C. EDWARDS. . Secretary; THE REGULAR ANNTJAlT MEETINC) of the stockholders of the.Baughn*an Statlonery Company wlll. he held.Jn the offlce of tlie company, 1207 East ; Maln Street, Richmond, Va., WED? NESDAY, MAY 13. 1908, at 12 o'cloolt. JAS. S. FRANCIS.- ? Treasurer. _ SUtffiolutfori MotKz^^ the""'firm'^of pingu_& BALTZ, conductlng the IMPERIAL BARBER SHOP. at 624 East Broad, has thla day beon dlssolved by mutual con? sent; the business -vvlll ho contlnved as before by Honr" XV.". Baltz. JOSEPH PINGUE,,'. HENRY XV. BALTZ. ' ' May 9. 190S. . I deslre to oxpress to the publlo my earnest thanks for thelr klndhess'in tho past. and respectfully . sollcit Hn patronage. promislng tho most ca.re ful attentlon ln tho .1'uvire. HENRY XV. UAL.TZ. &-0OOIS. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 0F MEDICINE, v.ffi??| STUART MuOUIKK, M. D., Presldent. Systomatto courses of instructlon ln slxteen laboratorles. :.ve hospitals and four dlspensarlos, Threo Frc? Catnlog-ues?Specify Dep't. Medicine : Dentistry : Pharmacy, The Davis Hotel, JUCIIMOND, VA.. ? Oppnsltd Mnln Street Statlon. Europeim ur Amerlran. Couvcnlently ultuatod ui shopplng district Everythlng new and up-to-date. All earl pass tho donr, CJapaclty; 75 rooms. UBStau. uint unexcclled. J. I.EK DAVIS, Owner and Proprietor.