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% to Oust Cannon From Speakcrship. SKS LEGISLATION FIRST Makes It Clear That Party Should Harmonizc and Get to "Work. B [Special to Thc Tlmcs-Dlspfttch.] Jwashlngton, D. C, January 29? JfeBldenl Taft has put the brakes on ie Inaurgent movement to tako j leakor Cannon from tho Committee j di Rules. He told Judgo Cloebci aml cholaB Longworth, of tho Ohlo dele ttion. that ho thought nll agltatiou | r changes In rulrs should cease un-j T thc leglslatlon to which the party I ood commltted shall have bccn ?isscd. 'Tho Prosldent mnrle It clrar that he tould Inslst on thc passngc Of laws |! had recommended. After thls work .ia been dono by tho House. tho Pres? ent Is said to havo declared, he had I) objections to n dlscusslon over fianges ln tho Houso rules. Favora Some C'liniigca. Friends of the Presldent asscrt that '? lncllncs to tho wlsdom of maklng >me changes, but has not commltted , mself to the plaii of onlargemcnt of ?e committee and tho Ineligibillty of '1*1 Speakor to serve on it. Tho In lirgents. under Htayee, of Callfomla, ire worklng for nn lmmeiliato chango ,1 thc rules", along tho llnos of tho owlcr resoluUon, enlarglng the com ''lltc-- from flvfi to nlne or fiftccn Ifombers, thc now members to bo (lected by tho House. It Is bolloved .-ils committee would bo r<=.prosenta iive of Ihe House for tlio majorlty. i I Many regulara havo llned up with ilr. HaycL', and lt seems posslble that ome chango Is to bo made. The regu .4rs say the Committoo on Rules must ave Its chairman, and they assert a ghr ln a ' new' committee ovor Its lalrmau would disrnpt lt. and cause nnfurlcn and dlscord. The Speakor, .s head of tlif House majority, should ?e chairman of the committee. which s chargod with rcsponslblllty for cn ctment of party leglslatlve pollclcs., *o restrlct "thc power of tho Speaker r. as to make him only n parllamcn- , ary presldlng ollieer, will requlre a toneral revfslon of tho rules that wlll l nko weeks of conslderation to ptr [eefc. Iteoelvlnp: Comfort. The Iiibiirp.cnts aro recoivlng com 'ort in thclr fight agalnst Cannon. tepubliean organir.atlons in dissatls ;ed prcUons of the country aro adopt ng resolutlona of commendatlon and 'orwardlng them to the lnsurgents. lt . Blgnlficant tliat theso resolutions llude to Cannon.aud Atdrlch a? rop ? . ntatlves of "the lnterests." Re 1 ibllcan h iders are polntlng to tho fact t ? ' ? resolutlona by lmpll (..?.;.:?:? .??--. '. Presldent Taft and the Tho Presldent has defended Aldrleh *>.: d tho Republlcan party orpanlzatlon and appealcd to all Rcpubllcans to harmonize. A yampie of the resolutlons belng >?? nt in came to P.oprosentntiyo Davis, of Minnesota. from New Jersey, and Is: "At a meeting of thc. Central Re publlcan Committee of Hudson coun? ty, held on January 20, at Jersey City, N. J., the followlng resolution was unarilmously adopted: ?''Rcsolved. That this committee hcartily lndorsos the action of the members of Congress who aro makUtg urch a valiant flght agalnst Cannonism nnd Aldrichism, an,i that we express to them our hope that thls dglit will contlnuo untll the Influeneo of tho spe? cial lnterests Is'entlrcly d'es'tro'yed.' CSlgned) ? "-TRANK J. HIOGIN?. Prju[trp="^ft anii Htbc &>tocit '"^M^JElT^INC UB^CtOR'S^xI^TJitO'olP ers llt factory prices. Full stock al ways on hand. Start early hatches for best broilers .-and best prices. Free catalogue* W. J-: TODD. 42G North Sixth S'ti'eet. * ANOTHER CAHLOAD OF BL'RNT wheat, same quality, packed ln 150 pound sacks. at $1.50 per 100 pounds; $14 pc-r 1.000 pounds; f27 por ton. W. J. TODD. 426 North Sl.xth Streot. BNOW-WIHTE ToV FRENCH POODLE pups. from tlio srnallest and finest pedlgreed and rcgistered stock ln Amerlca; Intclllgent and boautlful; ideal peis for ladies or children. Pod igree with eaeh pup. price, $15each. Also one nico little brood matron in whelp. BLAZELHTJRST KENNELS, 213 Suuth McAlufHe Street. Andcrtoa, S. C. FOR SALE, GOOD HORSE FOR BUG gy carriagc or dellvery wagon. Ap pl> to RICHMOND BOARDLXG STA RLES. FOR SAXE. YOUNG THOROGGHBRED mare, registered. Broke to drlvo and rldej styllsh and splrited. Wlll sell cheap for want of use. Address J. VATJGHAK. Asbland, Va. l"OR SALE. THREE (31 FEMALE SA ble and- white collie pups, two (2) liiontha old. Extra breedinp; and can be registered. Price $3 apiece. 'Phono Madison 4241-W anv dav aftor 1 FOR SALE, CHEAP, BLACK MINOR c.q cockerels. S22 West Cary Street. FOR SALE, ONE C"OLT 3 YEARS OLD, kind and gentle. Apply to 1124 North Twenty-slxth Strot-t. V\T THE STUD, THAT BEAUTrFCL Llewellyn settcr "Tornahawk"; Field Dog Stud Book -7580: Elr'o "Pnul ?"lilt'ord" 111; dam "Sharp's Gladvs Stone" 55S3. SMITH'S VETERIN ARY STABLES, 114 South Tenth Stroet, Itlchmond, Va. IIOR.SE CLIPPING.?HAA-E YOUR horses cllpped; they wlll do better work and be healthler. Send them to Nlneteonth nnd Franklin Streets, THOS. ANDERSON, at Josoph Lasit ter Stables. MY STOCK OF R. C. WHITE WYAN dottes won second pen at Washlng? ton, D. C-, November, 11<10; tlrst cook, fourth pen, at Virginia Poultry Show, January, 1S10; cock also glven prizo as bost male ln show, and he heads my breeding pen. The Whlto Wyan dotte ls ackriowledged tho best gen? eral purpose fowl. Have about &uo on haVnd, and tlios^ interestod ? ln nhlckane aro invited to tnspect them. BggB. $1 per j::, ((r $0 per 100. WM. Ii. WYATT, JR.. Baach, R. F. D., No, 2, Chesterflcld county, Va EGGS FROM PRIZE RHODE ISLAND Medfl and White Orpingtons at Stato Falr, 1900. and Vlrglnla Poultry As? soclatlon. ELECTR1C POULTitY ^. Rt'AN'T. Barton Helghts. l(~)k SALE, A FEW RHODE ISLAND Red and White Orpington cockrels nt a epeolal nrlce. Bred irom prize stock. ELECTRIC POULTRY PLANT. Barton Helghts.__^_ .'4 LEGHOltNS AND ONE COCICEREIj for ?1G: now laylng. J'13 West Maln Street,_ \ ui; SALE, FREJVGK-MAXTESB PO?> dleSi slx vfoeka old and beautles. Also I ?. French poodle female, tvro years old. I fc Apjily t?03 Laint) Avenuo, Barton . Helehw, ' 215 E. Broad Street. Sale Now On Special Prices on and Rugs Pairs Lace Curtams & Portieres Half-Price Axminster Rugs now $19.50, 521.50 and $22.50. Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 fect, now $10.75 and $12.50. Musfin Cmti SPECIAL, Now 54c, 64c and 98c per window. Pnultrp-^Dcc anfc ?ibe g>tock !b^TsAL^G006'1W>5RS*HoS?B AND one good drlvlnfc mo.re. Sold for want ot use. Apply Stall 13, Second Market._'P'atmn Madison 1721. OR SALE, FB ESH COW WITH CALF. Apply 3111 Eaat Franklln._^_ .T. A SACRIFICE. FOR WANT OF room, four Roae-Comb (young) Black Mlnorca r ters. WUI sell for $1 each. Pure i;tock from prlze wlnnorg. io them Monday. E. G. ""> I BB I j West Cury._. 'OR SALE, TWENTY BLACK PLY mculh Rock hens, one nnd two year* uld, laylng, and one coek; thlrty-llve Slnglc-Comb Loghorn hens, one and two years' old, laylng, snd two coclta. Am selling out to ralso Sin glc-Comb Rhodo Island Rr-.ds exclu uively. M'rite for my low prlcen. D. D. DAVIS, Penola Va. fflisttllantavus. 'BLACK GUM LEATHER"; WATER jirooi", wcarproof; will outwear tvvo pairs of best whlto oak soles; .Utat the thiiifr for that boy of yours that ls hard on shoes. Half soles?Men'.s, $1.00; hoys', 90e., sewed: Nallod, 25c. less. DREW'S ELCCTRTC SHOE FACTORY. 716 Euet Maln. Phonc 2GG7 Monr'oe'. " >0 NOT T..ROW YOUR OVERSHOES away becauso .they leak and the heols are worn through. We fl.\ them. Henls, 35c; patches, 15e. DREW'S ELSCTRIC SHOE FAC? TORY, 716 East Main. Fhono, Mon roo 2GG7. DENTISTRY. OUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS, OFPO slte the post-Offlco. 'Fhono Madison 82D6. Examlnatloiis and eatlmates free. A TOUCHK. MERCUaNT TAILOK Ing, Fronch Cleanlng and Dye WorKs. ?All klnds af clothlng, feathors, glovoa elcaned and dyed, ladies' or gents" Out-of-town trade sollclted. 'Plione 2419, No. 6 South Second Street. ARRTAGES. WAGONS AND BUGGIES repalnted and repalred ln best stylo at R. H. BOSHER'S SONS, 15 South Nlnth Streot._ ELECTRJC RUBBER-FIX. iC. HALF SOLB RUBBER BOOTS, 35c. heellng rubber overshoes; patches. 15c. nnd upwards; rubber coats, hot water bags, syrlngos nnd other rub? ber goods nxed. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Malii Streot 'Phone 2667. ! PATENTS. ATENTS SECURED; ADVTCE FREE. 3 Natlonal Bank of Virginia Bulld? lng, Rlchmond. P. P. PILCHER, Manager for Mllo B. Stevona & Co.. Patent Attorneya, Washington. Es tabllsued 1SG4. OPTICIAN. F YOU CAN'T SEE. GO TO DR. H. BREITSTEIN, the Opttclan, at 118 East Broad, and he will examlne your eyes and llt you with proper glasses from |1.00 up. Flftoon years of praotlcal and scientiilo exporlenco at your dleposal. .. WATCTTrePAIRING. STOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOBIEN, JR., ls a guar autee " *ut lt iB dono proporly. Twenty /-ears' exporlenco. Cleanlng, $1, Maln aprlngs, $i. 40S East Broad Street. A.11 work guarantced. FURNITURE AND CHINA PACKING. FURNITURE, CHINA AND WEDDINQ presents packod and Bhipped with care. Estlmntos cheerfnlly given. JACOB UMLAUF. 705 Wost Maln ^_Street._|Phoue Madison 3292._ ~~ THE SHOES THAT WHAR.-" ' rHE CHIMBORAZO SHOE IS THE Bhoe for Etylo and wear?$3.50 and $4-00; ladies", $8.00. J. R. GOODE & SON, 1-147 East Maln Streot,_ JOODE'S CHIMBORAZO SHOB. ALL leather, mado to wear woll; stylo and nt, $3.50 and $4,00. 1117 East Maln Streut. iv'5 can~fit~1;o"u and suTt~you In ttyle. und at tho rlght prlce. GOODE'S, Flfteenth and Maln Sts. ' 'antiqueS [ have a few c1toice preces of genulne antbiue furnlturo 'o bo sold ut u bargain. Sp?:clalty ln repalrlnn und pollshlnB iinlkiue furnlture. All kinda of repalrlng. C. E. LYDA. 413 Went Maln. i7a7cery7 EVKHYTH1NG GOOD AT MUELLERV New York Bleotrlc Bakory. Flrat eiuss homomado bread, cakos and plea tu BpeclaUy. 410 West Broa^i _Hreot. 'l'hjin<-_J\UtcHaon 2B8I). ANT1Q01CS. ORIGINAL ANTIQXJE FURNITURE furnlturo repulrwd. polhihod uih packod; upholBtarlng, oto. L. N tH^'AJ'L- -''18 Brook Avenue. 'I'lionc Madison 6277, '" ' Ai-'iYi'M'tnYiLTw. /V** WE ARE MAKINC, a speoialty of repntntlng BUtomobllea. 11. II. BOSH ER'S SONS, IS South NlnMi Street. iplokist. FUNERAL DESIGNS. $1 TO $3. M. A. WHlTTYi_m_ BUCIIANAN'S NIGIIl' SCHOOL. BOOKKEEPING. C1V1L S E R VI C E branches and elocutlon. 90S Eaat Clny Street. _ SHOE REPAIRING. 7BC, HALF-SOI.E MEN'S SHOES; LA dlea', flOc. Every palr aewcrt. Best lenthor. DREW'S ELECTR1C SHOE FACTORY, 716 East Maln. 'Phono . Monroe 2667. Will flenrt for shoe.i and return._ POLIC MILLER QUARTET. RECORDS NOW ON SALE. COME flnd hear them. Better than tho original. C, B I(AYNES & CO-_ AUTHORS SEEKINQ A. PUBL1SHBH should conimnnlcfito with the COCK RANE PUBLISHJINQ CO? 1T r. Trlbune Butldlnii. Now York CIty. A LARGE POUND CAKE, 40: TWO* potmd rtllsln oakos, 25c; thrr-e-pound jollv rolls for 25c DRINKARD'fl, 42.1 1-2 Nortii Hixth. SECURE YOUR VEHICLES BEFORE the. sprlng ad"?Tice ln prlce.i (it W. C. SMITH & CO.'S IIM North Ftftll. " SICK CLOCKS- "' IF YOUR CLOCK IS SICK. CALL MAD- U ison 4417. Wc will call for, repalr nnd return ln perfect order at tlio lowest prlce in tho clty. We make no charges to call for and dollver. "W. H. COWARDIN'S SONS, Watch mnkcrs, JoWelera and Engruvcrs. isir> Eftst Maln Street; BOARD OF HEXlTII. THERE IS STRONG P.EASON FOR BE llevlng that the dangor from *n un- j r. purlflud sttrface water supply ls ' ] grefttoat ln the Winter, conslderabla e outbre.iks of tvphold fevcr oceurrine:. t Uso Holly Sprtngs Llthla Water. It j 1 Is nlways pure. 5 gallons. 25c, do- j ] llverod, "I'iioncs: Monroe 177 and ?178. HOUSE PAINTS. THE BEST PAINTS IN THE CITY. Try onco and soe for youiself. ELBA. HAP.DWARFi CO. GOLD AND SILVER BUYEP.S. CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND SIL vor or taken in exehange. MEYER'S, Jewelers. 317 East Broad Streot. RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY or repalr machlnes. All klnds, new and aecond-hand. Brand new dtop heads made and wnrranted for ten years, by the Standard Sewlng Ma chlne Co. They are beautios, and sold aa low as $12.50. Oflico con venlent to everybody. CARLAND II. CLAR1CE. 222 East Broad Street. WATCH SPECIAL. $10--BIG ASSORTMENT FINE FANCT engravc-d, or plaln innnogram cases; Elgin. V althum. c-tc.; 20-year guar antee. "Everythlng ln watches" nt SCHAAF'S, 426 East BroHd, ;it Fifth. BRIDAL GIFT. $1.50?BEAUTY LINE STERLTNG '?sugar spoons. cream lodles. olive forks, etc, ln case, Our specials ln sterling brldal glfts can't he enunled. SCHAAFS, 426 East Broad, at Fifth. _^Jegal J5otfce?. Virginia?In the Clrcult Cbltrl of Hen- i n rico county. January 22, 1910: Town of HIghland Park va. G. A. Davenport nt als. Tt appearlng to the court. that tha I town of HIghland Park has thla day iiled under tho provlslons of tho act nor.corning the cxnrclso of emlnor.t do? maln. u petltlon for the appointment of coinmlssloners of thla cuurt agalnst. tho above named defendants, or others whom lt may concern, and that thera " Is no newspapor published ln the coun? ty of Henrlco, lt' ls ordered that tho notlce of application for appointment ? of commisstoners, provlded l'or ln said ? petltlon, be published in Tho Tlmoa Dispatch. a newspaper published In tha clty of Rlchmond, Va. ORDER OF PUBLICATION.. To G. A. Davenport, ln hls.own. rlght; Charles Davenport, ln hls own rlght; W Brydoa Tennant, Charles U. Wil? liams and Charles Davenport, trus teos for Allce D. Williams, and Charles U. Williams, trustee for Allce D. Williams, and Alice D. Wil? liams: Not belng able to agree with you upon tho price or terms of purchaae ? for the fee slmple Interest ln the land, of the frechold whereof Alice D. Wil? liams and Charles U. Williams aro ten ants, wanted for the purposes of tho town of HIghland Park, notlce ls hore- J by given you. as provlded by lnw. that the said town of HIghland Park, a corporatlon duly organizod so to do, will on the 7th day of February. 1910, make application to the Clrcult Court of the county of Henrlco for tho ap? pointment of flve (5) commisslonera to ' uscertaln what will bo a Just compen- ! b-ntlon for the feo slmple Interest ln the land whereof you are tho tenant, propouod to be condemned for the usea of the said town of HIghland Fark, ? and to award tho damages, if any, re- ? eultlng to the adjacent or other prop- | erty owned by you, or to the property i of any other porson, beyond the peeu llar boneflts which will accrue to the nald property from the construction and opcratlon of the aald town'a works. Tho land. tho feo almple Interest ln which ls wanted bv the said town of Hlffhland Park for its purposes, and deslred to be condemned by it, is par- j tlrulnrly descrlbcd as follows: Beginntng at a polnt on tho eastern Uno of the rlght of way ot the Ch.e?a? peake and Ohlo Rallway Company, dls- j tant two hundred (200) feet. moro or less, north of tho dnm to the body ot . water known as Davenport's Pond; thonce runnlng in an eastorly dlreotion S. 85 degrees E. 262 feet; thence S. 15 | degrees E. 200 feet; thonco S. 4 degrees i E. 295 feet; thonco S. 7 degrees E. 280 , feet; thenco S. 54 degrees E. 234 feet; | thenc S. 22 degrees E. 413 feet; thonce W. 1,005 feet to a polnt on the nastern I line of the rlght of way of tho Chosa- I peako and Ohlo Rnllway Company, dls- , tant 1,401 foet from the polnt of be- i glnning; thenco north along the oast ern line of the rlght of way of tho l aald Cheaapeake and Ohlo Rallway Compaay 1.401 foet to tho point of be glnnlng. Also a strlp of land ten (10) feet wide, beglnnlng at a point on the southern line of the property just de scrlbed; thenco runnlng ln a southerly dlreotion along or neur tho rlght of way of the Chesapeake and Ohlo Rall? way Company nlno hundred and thirty (930) feet. Also a strlp of land ten (10) feet wide on tho west sldo of tho rlght of way of the Chesapeake and Ohlo Rall? way Company, about two hundred (200) foet ln length, runnlng to the southern line of the Strawborry Hlll property. Tho three plcces ot land contaln seventeen and one-quarter (17 1-4) acres, more or less. For a further de Horlptlon of said property, togother with Plat ahowlng tho proposed work, with brtdges, trcstles, cuts and UUs, .If any, reference la horoby made to a plat of tho aurvey and proflle with tho petltlon of the said town ot HIghland Park, ftled on the 22d day of January. 1910, In the clork'a offlce ot Henrlco Clrcult Court. TOWN OF HIGHLAND PARK, JULIEN GUNN, Counsol. I Coplps?Teate: LfJ 6AMUEL I\ WADDILL. E ''"'<La u * Clerlg. , McGUIRE'S $SS$L Oppoalte Monroo I'urU. Korty-Mfih Ruaaloa. 1 Prvpares for all un|versltl?a aud eolloso*. : juiiik l". Mctiuuui l'ruiclimt. ' ^gfactfon ?balt$ itlontinp._ By Vlrglnla Auetlon Co., Attetoltieerf, ??,., fififl East Broad. 'PUone 3861. HANDSOMH MOUSEHOLD FURNI TURH FOR ALL PARTH OF THE HOME AT AUCTION*. We wlll seli nt our nloro. BOfl East Broad Streot, for a lrndlng drnler, PO-MOHROW (Monday), .1AN. 3li 1010, it 11);::o A. M., nvc Hatidsomn Qunr crod Oak Cluimber Stllts. ono I'aueus mi Wninut CHamber Sult, wltli giass 'ront Wnrdrobe, slx iiirIi Closs Ma lognnv Ohatnbe'r SUlts, ono Mlssiohj >ak chttmber Suii, one Blrd'S'Eye Uapl6 Dresser and Washstand, onk >rcssers aiul gtnnds, Clilffonnlors, irou Jcds. Brass Beds, Felt MattresseS, .eathor Couches, parlor Suits, Lace 'urtaiim, if.iiulaome Portleresi Morrls ? halrs, ? Dnliitv Curlo Cablnet, Oak ;ldebonrds. our. Mtihouunv Bulfet, OftK 'Ixtonslon Table;-, Dlnlng'Chalrs, Ruffs, Iiimlsnm" Drucpcts, large Mantftl Mlr ors. china ClOsots, Drop Head Sewiug Inchliios, throo Uprlght ptanos ln trond ondltlon. BOoltcases, PlctureS, Klteh n Fiirnlshlng;:. otc. Those R-oods ai'o all noiv and rnnipnr tlvely new, and should command your ttentlon. Sale posltlvo. Terms enrh. Ladles Invlted. VIROINTA AUCTION CO.. Auctloneers. By The Valentlne Auctlon Co., Auctloneers. tOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CARPETS, MATTING, UPRIGIIT PIANOS, ETC, AT AUCTION. At the dlrcctlon of Mrs. W. C. Feor, .?ho is decllnlng housckeeplng, we wlll ell at her resldenee, Nu, ."21 AVest ? nry Street, beglnnlng at 10:30 o'clock TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, er household nnd kllch<-n furniture. pnslatlng of Oak Bedroom Sult, Fenth r Red.'-, .Miittresses. Iron and Wood ic-dt=. Mattlng, Carpets, Ohalra, Rock rs, Piotures, upricht Mahogany Caso Ichaeter Plano. Parlor Sult, Rrasa "or.der, Crass Fire Set. Mirror, Parlor ? ?ftmp, Oal: Hall Rack. Hall r.n-pet, oak I a iideboarrl, Onk DlnlnR- Table, Oak Dln iir- Chalrs, Oau Ghlna Closot, aasort k?'ent of Croekcry and Glasswaro, Gaft ?tsnge. Kitclion Tablo. Chalrs, Side ioard and other furniture, etc. Ladles ospcclaliv Invlted to attentl. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. fflttnnzs. B. F. Johnson Publlshlng Co., Januarv I. 1910. [?HE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of tho B. F. Johnson Publlshlng Company wlll bc held at the offices of tho company in the clty of Richmond. Va., WEDNES DAY. FEBRUARY 2, iSiOiai -t o'clock f. M. ? E. L. PELL, Sccretary. .'HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Richmond Trans fer Company wlll bo held at their ofnee, S09 East Maln Street, at 12 o'clock noon WEDNESDAY. FEBRU ARY 9. 1310. W. T. DARDEN, Sccretary. ?HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Jcfforsou Realty Corpovution wlll bo held at tho Jof 'ferson Hotel, Richmond. Va., on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910, Ut 12 o'clock noon. O. F. WEtSIGER. Sccretary. Southern leo Corporatlon, Richmond. Va., JanUary 36, 1910. HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho Southern Ico COrporatlon will be held at the ciflleo of the corporatlon, Room 403. Mutual Bulldlng. Riciimond, Va.. on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1910. at 11 o'clock A. M., for tlio purposc of electlr.t,' dlrcctors for thc en f-uins: year, and for the transaction of such other business as may prop crly conic before *aid meeting. C. E. 7.0LLIKOFFER. Sccretary. TATE ADOPTION OF HTGH SCHOOL Text Books.?At a meeting ot tlio Stato Board of Educatlon, held on January 7. 1910, an order was en terod authorlzlng tho secrotary of the State Board of Educsalcn to ad vertlse for bids In the matter of tho seloctlon of text books for hlgh Fohools for a tcrm of not less. thafi I'our yeai'f, beglnnlng August 1, 1910. ln nccordancc With tho provislona of said resolutlon, 1 hereby give no tice that on or before APR1L 15, 1910, at 13 o'clock noon, at the ofllee of tlio State Board of Educa? tlon, at Richmond, Va., sealed pro posals wlll be recelved for supply Ing publlc schools ot the State of Vlrglnla with text books for use ln the hlgh schools of the State. as prcvided by law. Such proposals are rcquestcd on both tho singlo Ust plan and tho multipje list plan, and should state the prices at which each book offered will be sold to the children or patrous of tho schools and the exchange prices where such book shall take the place of a book now in use. A clrcular giving a copy of the law under which thls adoptlon ls made and other partlculars wlll be malled on appllcation. The right Ih rcserved to reject any and all bids. Glvou under my hand thls 15th day of January, 1910. R. C. STEARNES, Sec'y to Statc Board of Educatlon. Cbmmonwealth of Vlrglnla, Ollico of Jupetintendent of Publlc Prlntlng, Richmond, Va, January 30, 1910. 5EALED PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING FIFTEEN HUNDRED COPIES OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND TENTH VOLUME OF VIRGINIA REPORTS vlll be recelved at this ofllee UP to 12 U. Tuesday, February 16. 1910. At the same tlme and place bids vlll bo recelved for BINDING. AVRAP ?ING AND LABELING NINE HUN? DRED coptes of tho above-mentioned ioOks, and for packlng S1X HUNDRED JOPIES in unfolded sheets ln sub Hantial wooden boxes, each box to oontaln tho printed shects for 125 minploto coples of tlio said book. and :o bo plalnly marked or labeled on :wo outer ends and on sldes, so as to ndlcate the contonts thoreof. Printed schc-dules, on which all bids .vlll bo requlred to be made, wlll be .'tirnlshed on appUcattdri; Each bld must bo lnclosed ln sealcd jnvelope, addrossed to tho Suporin .endent of Publlc Prlntlng, and mark Bd "Proposal." Contractors wlll De roclu|red to mako laily soipmont of carofully-read proof uul to furnish bond, with anproved iocurlty, for tho faithful performancc jf contract. The right is rcserved to ro.iect any jr all bids. davis BOTTOM, Suportntondent of Publlc Prlntlng. Jljticffoit &a\t?Jfoj$ap.^ John T. Goddln & Co., cal Estnte Agents and Aiictlnneers, 'I'.lovenlli and Bftlllt Htreels, Richmond, \ n. er^J.\ns.stONERS' auction sale OF FfL\MF.D DWELLTNG^ NO, 1910 tVALLACE STREET, NEAR MEADOW bTREET. Bv decrco of tho Chancery Court ot ic clty of Richmond, ln tho sult of Lotcher Brown'a Committee vs. Mary vo-jg. nnd othnrs," entcred nn tho 21th in- "*Y January, 1910, we v/lll Bell by ubllo auction, on the premlses, MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1910. I 1:30 o'clock P. M., Ihe tollov/lng de irlbed property; All that lot oC Ittnd, 1th all improvemenls l.hereon, on tho Orttl llne of Wallaeo Street, botweeit oadow and Ritchlo Streets, fronting i said north llne of Wallace Street > fcet, and riiiinlng back bol.woen trallol llnes 133 fent. improvnments Hislst of substantlKl rlwclliiig-houst. TERMS: Ono-thlid cnsh and thc resl JO ln two eciunl histalments - of six nd twelvo tnotil.br. froiu day of sale, ia defe.rrod pavmenis evldoncefl BJJ jtes, with Interest added, from duy Pi., i.le, tltic to bo retalffed untll tlio whole j ' purchuse pricc Is paid, oV a" cash. nt io option of the purcUftser. EDWARD L. RVAN. ? _ DAVID MEADB WHI?^, Special Comvnleslonora. I. Charics 0.' "saVHle, cl.erk . of' tlu liancory Court, cerlrty tliat tlio bon iqulfed of the 'MiecbU com.ilsvlon r. I Ihe above styictl sult 1ms t?< n glven Ter.tr-: CHAS. 0.^1^ AUCTION SALE OF Dersonal Property Trce Hlll Farm havlnff beon sold, we ill sell by publlc auctton, on MONDAY, JANUARY 31, IBIO. immcnclng promptly at 10 o'.lock A. ?m"llio pcrsonal property from the b'ovo menMone.l farm. ono mllc and a orses, ono (1). itra fine Vlrglnla alled Drlvtn. Maro. throB <3> Cowfl, a m O) Bull. two Buggles, FB-rrn Vvag- , \t n.irness, MachRrtry. PIowb and "h TOOls and l.r.plornents as *r? , sually I'ound on o woll-stocked farm. , 1TBRM5! All sums of $30 und under, J, tsh: onnurchase- ??ff??Vl$?i? i redit of nlnety day* will be aiiowea, , rovlded tho purchaser ?????lft$ ollvera hls nog^tlablc noto theiefor ; r idorsed or secured to tho satisfaotlon , , f the underKlgnod. 11 C. J. RIXEY & SON. W. B. FRAYSER. Auctloneer. By The Yalentlne .\uction Co., KlS E. Broad Strcet. SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE AUCTION SALE. We wlll scll at our auction sales loras, No. 61S East Broad Strcet. com icnclng at 10:30 o'clock, l'O-MORROW (Monday), .TAN. 31ST. handsomo lot of household furniture,' >rt61stlng of a very Handsome Mahog ny Bedroom Sult. Fine Walnut Bed >om Suit, BAauttful Quartered Oak . irror Door Wardrobe, several very ? andsoino Parlor Suits. Fine Library ult. very Handsome Mahogany Cane | prlght Piano. guarantccd to be in | srfect order and cost $400: Fine Rugs | ad Druggets. new Mattlng. Beautiful i rasa BodB, rclt Mattresses, Quarter. d ak Dininp Tables. Handsome Quar- i 'red Oak Sldeboarcls and China ClOS s Hlgh Back Quarterfcd Oak Dlnirig halrs, Willard Rockers. Centro Ta ies and other furniture, etc. Ladles especially Invited to attend tis palc. THE VALENTINE AUCTTON CO. Ry Tt-ni Estate Trust company, Real Estato Auctloneers. T THE REQUEST OE THE OWNER. WE WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. UPON THE FREMISES, THAT CENTRAL COM BINATION STORE AND PWELL1NO, NO. 200 EAST MAIN STREET. BE TWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS. ON MONDAY. JANUARY 31, 1910. AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Tho lot fronts 28 fe.et R Inches on io south slde of Maln Street, and has depth of 146 feet to a 15-foot alloy. arpe Stable and Sheds and splendid >catlon. Should interest Investors. TERMS: Llberal and announced at ile. REAL ESTATE TRUST CO. luttion Smlcs, Jfuturt H3ap& By A. J. Chewnlng Company, Real Estate Agents and Auctloneers. At the request of the owner, we will Iter for sale at publlc auction, upon le premlses, HOSE TWq NEW AND ATTRACTIVE BRICK DWELLINGS, !223St.JamesSt. I 225 St. James St. 0N TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1910, AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M. These houses are occuplod by good jnants, Tho splendid location and suhstantlal eneral character of tho bulldings peak for thcmsolves. TERMS; Easy and announced atsale. A. J. CHEWNINO COMPANY. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND. i By vlrtue of and pursuant to the ?rms of a deed of trust of reoord in io cicrk's oillco of Northumberlahd ounty. A'a? in Doed Book J, pagos 0ti-2O7-20S, exocutod on tho 30th dav f May. 1910, by 11. W. Bouldin nnd L. . Bouldin, his wife, dofault havlng een made in thc payment of the debt jcured thoreln, at tho requost of tho older and asslgnee of the bond se nrod ln said deed of trust, I wlll scll t publlc auction to the lilghost bid or for cash, at Lllian, ln said county, n the >, 12TII DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1910. AT 2 O'CLOCK P, M., 11 the tract of land in said deed of ?usl. dcscrlbed, not heretoforo sold, es matcd to be about forty to flfty acros, ?Ing near Cockrell's Crcek, and bolng part of a tract origlnally bclonglng i L. C. Bouldin. Dated January 20, 1910. ASA a RICE. Rubstttuted Trustee. ftcnl (Etftnte for &>ale. #tal ?titatt tor ftale. Will buy a nine-room corner brick house on Hanover Street. $4,000 Will buy a good eight-roonvhouse near Seventh and Clay Streets. POLLARD & BAGBY Sltttfoll $?al?3. jMltlli'C stBAgg; COMMISStONBlVS SALE OF VERY v'aluable Real' Estate ;ear beach, in cJibbtgrfield county, vrroinia. t4elgnm ING TO ALEXANDER CON DREY'S ESTATE. In excouttOh of a dceren of Chcoter leld Clrcult Court. rcndcr^d nt tho iovembcr term, 190P. ln the suit ot iK-.xnnrter Gondi'tt.-'a h'-!r.i vr. Alc.'i-ui er Condrfcy'a admlnlstrator *nd ntn* re, i v.in cirrur for *aio by public au< tofi, ln front of CheBterflold Cotirt .oiise, on IONDAY, FHBBUARY 14, 1310, AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M-. belntf Clrcult Court dayl. the follow ng tracts of land of which Alaxtmtle"-' londrcv dled yeia'jd and possessed, ly ng In'Olovr Hlll DlStrlct, CheSter ie>d cour.ty. near Beach: 1. A tract or .'.00 acrc-3 of land on Iplitlg ltur. Kotid and Nowby's Brldsre loart. bounded on i.orth by Sprlng Run load and the landa of O. W. Turner ??? state. east by Newby'a Brldge Rond ihd thc lttrida of Jacksoti. and south nd west by B. A. Beleher, Ferguson nd othcr?, belng part of the W. E Jclcher land. Tlils land ls said to have . hirae ouantlty of very valuable. plne Imber on lt. 2. A tract of land contalntng 12?.5 crea, more or leas. bounded north by :owbv's. east bv John Beleher, soutn i y Sponcer Fowior and Wife, and west . y .lohn HaSklns, belng thr home lace of tho late Willlam H. Condrey. , 'hls land la mostly open. haa a falr j welllng house on lt, and is gool arrnlng land. TERMS: One-fourth of the pur hase monOy cash, the halance payarde n one and two years in equal Instal lents with Interest untll paid: l-e i urchaser to givo notes or bonds for he deferred pa.yrnents. and tltlo re ilned untll paid for and a conveynnce rd<*red by the Court. GEORGE MA80N Cominlsaioner. A. J. CONDREY, CBIER. 'Irgtnia?In tho Clerk's Offlce of Clr? cult Court of Chosterfleld county. Novoraber 17, 1?09: .lexander Condrey'a helra vs. .lexander Condrey's admlnlstrator ar.d ais. , , I eertlfy that Oeorge Mason. speelal ommlssloner, ha? given the bond with ' ecurlty. approved by me, aa requlred y decreo entered in above suit on .'ovember 16, 1909. Teste: PHILIP V. COGBILL Cl'rk. COMMISSIONER3 SALE OF 31.6 Acres of Land IEAR CHESTER, BEI.<*>NOTNG TO AUGUSTUS DILLON'S ESTATE. In executlon of a decree of Chestor eld Clrcult court, rendered at Sep ember term. 1907, ln autt of Rlohsrd p,. >lllon vs. Augustus Dlllon's holrs, r .'IU offor for nalo by'public auctton, in ront of Chesteriield Courthouae. on IONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1910, AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M., Iiat certaln tract of lund contalnitm 1.6 acres. by receht survey, sltuato in :hestorflold county. near thc vlllagc f Chostrr, atxi bounded north by Iruco and Pcrdue. east by R. B. Dil m, south by R. D. Blackoy and WU iatn Northrup, a;i4 west by Bruce and 'urdue, belng thttt part of a tract of 23.7 acres of la.-.d asslgncd to the eirs of Augustus Dillon, and ordered 0 be sola for dlvUion among them ln a|fi suit. Thla land has eomo wood nd tlmber on it. TERMS: One-thlrd cash. balanee ayable ln ono and two years. equal Tstnlments, with Interest from dato f sale; the purchasor to glve bonds i- not'.-s for the deferred payments, nd tltlo retained untll all tho pur haso money ls paid and a conveyanco rdered by tho Cour.. GEORGE MASON. Commlssloner. J. M. SIMONSON, Crler. 'irglnla?In thc Clerk'a Offlce of Ches? teriield Clrcult Court, October 25, 1909; I, P. V. Coghill, clerk of said court, o certii'y that George Mason, com -lissioner in suit of Richard B. Dillon s. Augustus Dlllon's helra, has exe uted tho bond roquired by said docree if September 23. 1907. Testo: PHILIP B. COGBILL. Clerk. By The Valentlne Auctlon Co., ? Auctloneers. BANKRUPT SALE OF stock qroceries, national cash register. iron safe, rbfrige rators, counters, dhltvery wagon, household furniture. ETC. Tn pursuance to a decree of the Dls rict Court of the Unlted Statea for the Castorn Dlstrict of Virginia, entered ?n the 20th of January, 1910, ln the natter of W. K. Garter & Company. lankrupts. i will aell, on tho premlsos, s'o. 704 Brook Avcn.U.0, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2D, loglnnlng at 10:30 o'clOck, the entlre itock nnd ftxturos, eonslsting of a large irtf] well ne!eot<-d Una of Shelf Groce ?ies of every klnd ln case lots and on helves, one large Meat Refrlgerator, wo Dlvl?lori Butter Refrleerators, llectrlc Fans, Natlonal c?sh Rogiater, vith Clipck nnd Detall Stdn Att.-icli nent; Flno Combination Look Iron lafes, several Showcases. Counters, Innglnt!- Scalos. Floor piatform Scales. lln'8 Grocery DelWery Wagon. Square ifoat Bloek. Butoher's Tools, also ti lot jf household furnitur^. conalstlntr of leveral Iron Bedw, Burenus, Vvrash itnnds, 'Wardrohps, Chairs, Taldes, ^ooking Stoves, etc. Salo posltive. Terms cash. GEO. C. FITZWTTOH. Trustee. rilE VALENTT"V atthtION CO., Auctloneers, rarm bargains V.'rll improved i'ARM OF 140 ACRES, 3 mlles from railroad Htatlon and atop on 1'etersburg eleotrlo Hnc; nearly new dwelllng of elKht rooms; goofl barn and stablos; 30 acren cleured; aome or chard; all tenced with wlre, a portlon or it belng woven hog wlre. Prlce ?5,8.00, SMALL FARM OF 23 ACERS, 18 acres clcared, now houae of four rooms, small stable; on tlrat-class macadam road, near to hlgh sotlool; Inrgo amount of uord wood tlinber; a good elilckcn and iriiok farm. Cheap at $1,500; on convenlent torino, FARM OF 150 ACRES, 35 mlloa from Richmunil, threo-quartere of mllo from i-allrond station vhere thero are two good stores, blackemlth shop, otc; farm all f^nced with wlre; has good liouce of six rooms, In good repalr, v.-ldn front pOrch, sltuatcd In largo oak shado of about 2 acres; old orchard of usHortftd frult; nliout oo ocreg oleared: 100 aeiV? ln tlmber that will cut cord wood enotigh to pay for tho farm. Price. ?J,300, un convenlent terms. NICE TRUCK AND POULTRY FARM OF 58 ACRES, altuated on good turn plkc, elght mlles from Rlchmond; con? venlent to church, school and storo; R 1'. P. mail aervice; old-foahloned houso of five rooms, ln gooa repalr; yood barn, atablo and ehicken houae* a nd yards; small orchard, two-thlrda of thla farm cleared; large. bold ntream of pure water few feet from the rioor. Prlce, Incltidlng horae, cow, chlckena and farm tools. ll.OOn. CASSEf.MAN & CO.. Headquarter* for Farms, _ 1103 E. Maln Streeb <fc?. r\f\f\*~1<>ya Avenue Hottil! iDU.UUU ,n?ar n?w cathedra.1. etght r ' large roomi, bath, pantry. "" LEWls B. SCHOMBURG, No. 28 N. Nlnth Street. Save Insurance by Renting Store built of concrete. Three to b? erccted on tho south of Broad Street not very far from the Maaonlc Temple. Tho upper floor* just thc place for a whoRsale niHllncry. inqulre of DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR. Real Estate Agent. _J&ealj?&tatt. Real Estate If you wiah to buy. If you wlsh to KCll. If you wlsh to borrow. * If you wlsh to loan. lf you wlsh to rent. _ If you wlsh t-> rent out. Fact ls, lf you wlsh anything appcr tainlng to the rcal eatatc bu(,inest voii ivlll flnd un ready and wiillng to '*.?? cornmodate you. So call In and - be served by your hcrvants. EDWARD S. ROSE CO . Rcal Estate Agents. Auctloneers an<i Brokcrs. _;_ No. 11 X. Elevcnth Street. No Vacant Dwellings. Yours Solicited Collectlhg Rants My Speclalty. DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR. Rentor of Real Est?.ta. JfinanctaL $500 MONEY $2,000 700 2,500 1,000 TO 3,000 1,300 4,000 1,500 LEND 5,000 J. Thompson Brown & Co., Money to Lend MODERATH CHARGES. BLANTON & PURCEIJ* 1110 E. Maln Street. 5f< 0 MONEY' TO LEND ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY. Borrower can pay off at any alx months. McVEIGH & GLINN. Do You Wish a Loan? On Your Real Estato. See RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD. Money to Lend Soo us for your Real Estate Loana. It's our speclalty. we can serve you when others can't. _H. SELPON TAYLOR & CO^ ? Money to Loan On Rcal Estate. Prompt Sorvlee, RICHESON & CRUTCHFIELD. AT THE Richmond Bazaar 19th and Franklin Sts. ?e 150 Horses and MUIW for. oqr TUESDAY SALE. FEBRU nte uf the best-known shlppert; wlu be here wltli fresh, nlco L'lcs. you will havo ua goo<i as you havo hud to seloet from. "isist of smooth chunks, hlgh olasa drlvera. hoavy draft and ise horsos, Tho mules run ln sino from 000 to 1,300 pounds, itiallty, Ro sure and come lf in noed, as r will soll overy You will bo the ono to namo tho prk-e. Will recolve local con iood tlino to soll. Bring them in for Tuesday's sale. JOSEPH LASITTER. Z,UUU Horses & JYJuies AT AUCTION, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, FEB. 2d AND 3d. This will be an entire fresh lot of Horses and Mules, consist ing of Farm Chunks, Smooth Drivers, Heavy Workers and General Business Horses. Mules good quality, smooth and fat; all classes. . Smyth Bros-McCleary-McClellan Co. Southern Stock Yards, Richmond, Va. Local consignments solicitecl.