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ONE CEMi' PER WORI) when pnid fn advancc. No Atl. taken for Icsj than TEN CENT3. NO ADS. TAKIJN FOR l'ESS TMAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS when phoncd In or charccd at the countcr. FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS Thonc ivjonroa I lor the WANT AL> MAN to ca!l #' Utost an'o jfounlj. lost, aOLD Wati.'m fob at some polnt botween Htop 20 on. the po terrfhurg car llne and Seventh and I'erry Stroeta, Mancheater, Hultablo reward If rettirned to 018 North Hov 6nth stre.t. Richmond. LKAJIN HALEBMANBniP; KAUN 11,000 10 $0,000 per yoan >\r furnlsh stu am im SCHOOL OF HALJ58 MANHHIP.' Now Haven '.'ono. STTCN WANTl-il*' Tfl TJt'Ki'A'jtl-r FOIt raiiway oxamlnatlona; commoitce ment aalary 1800; preparatlon free. FRANK LIN INSTITUTE, Dcfll. 4'.'J L, Iloi heater. N, v. |i?" r"'i irtonth whllc iiMdyiiig. i'i:.,'"i KA WANTED, AT ONCB, FIRBT-CLASS vest-niaker; ateady |otj guarantood. Addreaa WM. wall.-, wilaon, N. c. V.ANTEI'7 OOOD JOB PREBS FEED eri?; boya or glris: exporlonced. AN DKRBON I'KlNiiNO CO.; i Governor Street. iTAILOltS AND C'ETTER AND BRiGHT young men to learn a eyatcra of cut tlng genti;' garments from a well knov.n cutter and do*lgnor from New York. lilg opnortunlty. K 71N, <aro Tlmes-Dispaii-h. WANTi:i>._.MIW TO LBARN BARBER trade. Only few weeks requlred. Wages aifter flrst month. Steady posftlon g larnnteed. Write for cnta . logue. MOLER'S BARBBB foi,. LEGE. 2o7 Bowory, New York Clty. WANTED, A MAN'FRdM THE COUN try, who Ls not afraid of work and, who haa mercantllo experlence, to inanage a commlsaury. Referencea requirod. Addreaa COMMISSARY, m cuo Times-Dlspatch W ANT1.' >. AT ONCB, OOOD FARM hand for Cheaterfleldi must be good poultryman; state age. welght, ref orence and aalary expectcd; must be able to read and wrlte, Address L !'/4, enrg Tlmes-DlBpaTch. HVANTED, BARBEBS AND BOOT~ black; ahort hours and good pay. Apply r-HKSTI'.BFTELu BARBEB 8IIOP. 1203 East Main Street. Chas. P. Sgjtz, .ir. Proprletor._ VANTKI), *TO KMPLOY 'a'fIHHT claas groom to handle and care for the Krench coach aUilllon ''Fugltlve.'' In Surry county, tlie comlng spring season. Oood wages pald for the rlgiu man. Appllcanta must glve reforence. Addresn SFBRY HORSE BREEDERff A8SOW ATION. caro O. J. CocVe. PJIberon. Va. WANTED, i.v every city and town ln ritute. orgauuers for tirBt clajs traternal beneflt afsoclatton; novel and unique plan; tlno oppor tunlty; fend threc referencea. Eux 4 5, Newport News. Va. ?_. '._ ._u? sutuationS UManttb, jtlale. \\?'.\Vri;:.-'. 1.-.:..:':.:?'1.??."?;.:.y. 'X'v'CCcii as farm manager on aalary or for ahare of crop; share of crop pre fc.red. Best of referem-ea. \V. I. BltOWNlNG, It. 1'. D. No. 1. Evlng ton, Va. WANTED. riiSlTION AS CLERK\ ucni-r.il merch&ndlse; two yeara' ex? perlence; ago twenty-two; referenee glven. Addreaa N. care of i'ost maater. Padmer Bprlngs. Va._ gjelu tleiantco, Jfemale. cTuT;,su lab 1 e j '.\nlT"tirikLo TjeSik^ lng poaltlona wlth plcasant sur roundtcga and good pay cannot do better than wrlte or apply to THE "WHITLOCK BRANCH. Twenty-thlid and C?ry Srreets. Richmond. Va. OT/ir AtlKNTS AHK " NO'W 5f.VIcTNO 1160 average per mon'.h; men or women; be your own bota. Wrlte for free partlculars tnd booklet. EAGLE SUPPLY CO., Box 1.', iouth Side. Plttaburg. Pa ~MwiMi? <&$pavt\mitit8. patont good ldeas. JOHN WEDDER BL'RN. Capltallst. Brookland. D. C. for dTsposal, STOCK AND F1X lures of fancy groCery, confectlonery and frult sture, wlth restaurant com btned. Fine posltlon. Reasonable ront; leaae. Apply B. BALLuVRD, Box 1130. Ashland, Va. _ Poarbing. Large. bright and attractive roorns for rent, wlth or wlthout board. Reasonable rates. Refer encea requlred. 412 North Elghth Street. 'Phono >i.adison 71f)0. WANTED. A FBW BOARDBR?: TBRMS reasonable. 923 Eaat-Marahall Street. WANTED,' BY THE FIRST, BOARD cra 'for two nlco rooms. 103 East Grace, fiSo^fs^olTjS KNTT"." c'entr ai Xt\T?6^ cated, furnlshed or unfurnlshed. 807 East Grace Stroet._ 814 EAST_ClT,VA'^'ic"EirY~KE'RN'lSH ed rooma; contral; reflnnd nelghbor hood. FOR- RENT, FOUR OFJ?JICE ROOM8. corner -Secwnd and Broad. Apply at FAMOUS CLOTHING CO. $\a\& for i\ent- l rb^RENVr \vT: lL-eu it n Psiie d houaekeeping apartment. the llan over, consisting oX two bed rooma, bath, privatc lia.ll, den. dlning room and ilbrary, kltchen. pantry, etc. Ao ply 15. P. LORD, Apartment 2, The Hanover, corner Adama and Frank? lln Streets. BEAUTIFU1 ? FLAT- OF FOUR ROOMS and private bath, southern exposure. 104 Wost Grace. "^ealWmtefor S>alc.' i<HirT"s^Vi^'.'^s>EciAX"B'JffiG^i^ lots on Floyd Avenue, Matn and Carv Streets west of the Boulovard. App'lvy 015 Brook Avenue. 'Phoue Madison J4C7. FARMS AND TIMBEB LANDH.-UMY new calalogue containa 400 farma and tlmber lands; best bargaitio ln Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad fare. Wrlte for freo catalogue. Addre8s J. R. ELAM. Box *";7, Charlottesvllta, Va. _ /Jteal>?atatt <2aianteV^ WANTED, NEAR WESTHAMPTON OR Ashland lines, to rent or buy, mc dlum-8lne house, or wlll purchase few acres and bulld. Real eatate agents and qthers anawer wl^b partlculars. O 799. caro Tlniea-Dlspatch._ FO^R^ENTr^AIRY; F^RftK^ftAORBS of land, wlth llno water front; livo niilea from clty llmlts; excellont farming; wlll also make good atock farm. Addreaa II. W. WAONER, .1715 East BaUlnlore Street. Baltlmo.re. M'L " WviB'onaljsr RTC"H"MO>4l5^~K>a^INfNQ GOMPA^N^ 1709 Eaat Cary Street, Clty Contmo tors. Dead anlmals removed at on'ce ?Phone Monroe 8037. Buyers of tal low and bonea. ,.:..;. ASi<r~YduR"'"drocer FoirTHia"?est __eauaago made._It's _SMXTHFIELD. HUMAN HAIR BOUGHt" aND" SOLD at liUQUES'S, 20!) Nurtb ThlrO. DAILY PUZZLE What plant? Axswkh to vi;st_ki>avs y\//ia.v.. Algrbrn. Jfor _?>ale. b'u RNf ' wl 1 ij at.?an of f i _ ri ~"Ca_? load burnt whoat. $1.50 per 100 pounda; chc-ap: good feed for chick cns. W. J. TQDD, 42G N'orth fcilxth Street. . TOMPKTNB'8 VENTIRE STOCK TOYS. blcycle parti<, hounf>hold Rooda. etc, wlll be (Old at pubilc auctlon dally, 3 and 7:30 P, ,M. K':ats for ladlea. _07 Wo?t Brnnd Street, wagons~and ntroriiks ~fo suTr you at RICIIARDSON BHOS.. 615 Bronfc Avenue. THE CLOTHING STOCK OF SCHATZ. JoReph <fc Marks. r>88 Rrondway, New York, up-to-date tallors, ls now belng cold nt BOc on thc dollar at the FAMOUS CLOTHINO CO.'fl. Second and Bioad. Come early and securo a bargaln. FOR 8A__3,V 6,600,000 FF.ET LAROB growih, unbled heart pint, some orlglnal growth: three mllen ^havdeep w_rer, livo rnlles rallroad; price $2 per 1.000, i I,ow rates to Noithern liiarkets; 16 ndles from Charleaton, s, c. a, _h_lton. Bennettavllle, > f'. NATURE'S OWN BEVERAGB?LIGHT. fparkllng. refrcshlng. purc; 6 cal lons. 25c, dellvered?Holly Springs Llihla Water. 'Phoncs: Monron 477 and 178. WOULD LIKE TO SELL A GENERAL niT'-linndlfe buslncys ar Chase City. Bo.\ sn. Chase'Cltv, Va. FOR SALE. 10 TO Cu SHARES 7 PKR cent preferred stoek Unlted Wlreloss Company, $30 per sharc; 100 shares, or any part thereof, Burllngame, $3.75 per ahare; 100 shares. or any part thereof. Colllns Wlreless Tele phone, $3.75 per ahare. AU offered for qulrk salc'. Addreaa "BANKER," Box S87. Norfolk, Va. _ FOR SALE.' 'nEWTbOOKS.' OLD-JOOKS. Confcdorate books and pamphlete, and school books of all klnds. 121 West Broad Street. _ M_N\S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. $10' and $12.80 value, $7.2."; $15 and $18 Value, $0.76! $20 value. $12.75: $25 value. $14.::.. THE FAMOUS CLOTH? INO Ct.i., Second and Broad Streets. me.vs trous>7rs^$3 value. $i.S3: $4 value, $2.65: $5 and $6 valucs, $3.75. THE FAMOUS CLOTHINO _CCh, Second and Broad Streets._ FOIt SALE. ONE OOOD TOP BUGGY. $35; one phaetnn. rubher tlrea. $50; one tsurrey. rubher tlres, $55. fevc ral good bnrgains In second-hnnd open and top wagops. A. MKYER'a SONS. 731 East Cary._ FOR HA LE, THRE E-PASSENGER AU tomoliile. in good condltlon, thor ourhly equioped. Three extra tlres and ir.ner tupea. For further In? formation apply to THE DAX1EL AI'TOMOBILK CO.. West Maln Street. Coal anbWBaoti. hcat; with damper turncd. glves more heal and lasts longer. When draft ls on half of heat goes out chim ney. 1 have the rlght klnd. LONG'S. T'hone^MonroB 1320. THERE ARE THOUSANGS OF PEO ple burnlng our wood to-day because lt pleasej them. Wo sell tho orlgi nal North Carollna wood, oak or plne, nnd spllt. at same price. Our coal ls frec-burnlng. We please everybody. Try us once. 'Phone Madison 6913. NORTH CAROLINA WOOD AND COAL CO- 827 Brook Avenue. &at\u*7 WANTED. THE PUBjJiCTO KNOW that Jahnke Bros., Jewelers, 913 East Maln Streei. buy. aell. ex change and remount diamonds ln the latest atyles. old gold and sll ver taken In exchange. A TABIiE AND MEDICINAL WATER wlthout a pcer?flve gallons for 25c. dellvered?Holly Sprlngs Lithla Wa ter. 'Phones: Madison 6232 and 5621. we want~ti7e^a_}e-earnVr7~a9 well as others, to call the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RICHMOND hls bank. We want to asslst hlm to acqulre the hablt of savlng. lf you aro not a deposltor, commence to day. Three per cent. lnterest paid In savlngs dopaitment. Banklng houae No. 1104 East Maln Street. Dlspatch. igouitrp'-^et anli itoe _a?tocb, f!?r^\__7~ch1__?T"b_a^^ ca eockerels. 822 West" Cary Street. Mant-ti. WANTED, FURXITURE ANDHOUSB-" liold effects to sell at auctlon- 1m mediate returna. MAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION. 1402 East Maln. 'Phone Madison 7316. w a n T_55 V._T0lJir7~FoircA shTho U~S _N hold goods ln any quantlty. 'Phone Madison 3851. W"a3?T-3_?7To"uO?CHILDREN TO SEND j>apa or tuamma to OLD TOY TOMP ICINS'S auctlon salcs dally. DOCTOR WANTS GOOD LOCATIONJN town or vllla?-e, North Carollna or Virginia. Address Box 36, Charlotto, Va._ CASH PAID FOR 14OXWOOU. EITHER for cut Brecns or plants. Address with t'ull partlculars to Box 4, South Orange. N. J. itluscellaneous. "^POL'lC *l_l__i_-TT3UARTlfT. RECORDS NOW ON SALE. COME nnd hear them. Better than tha orlginal. C. B HA1NE3 & CO. 8HOE REPALRIN-, 75C. HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; LA. dlea', 80c. Every palr sewad. Best leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 East Maln. 'Phone Monroa _667. Wlll aend for shoes and return. _i ' BU^lTA"N7_^%S~NiG7lfr^C^ BOOKKEEPINQ. CIVIL SERVICE branches and elocutton. tOH East Clay Street. T FLQJUKTv. FUNERAL DESIGNS. $1 TO $3. M. A, W.EIITTY._ FOR MAN OH BEASO\ FRiVYSER'S NERVE AifD BONE L1N1 ment. Over forty yeara' test provea lt the best. 25c a bottle at all drug gtata. _s>ummer Bes(artsi. 'NATURALBRIDGEHOTCL Spend Your Vacation Here Maka your arnuiRementu iiaw. Rea.ionablc rates. Yuu'll have the but tinie you evcr had. j G. ll. paston, Natural Btld^e, Va. iflcetmfls. _?. F. Johniion Piibllahlng Co.. _,, , .lanuary 4, 1310. THE REOULAR ANNUAL MEETING ?;r the atockholdera ot the B. F. Johnaon Publlshlng Compnnv wlll bo held nt the olllces of tho company In the city ?r Richmendi va., wednes i'AY. ILBRUARY 2, 1310, at 4 o'clock P. M. E. J_ PELL, _. _ ___r_____ Southern Ice CoKporatlon, " Hlchmonri, va., .lanuary 28 t?? io TIIK ANVtML MEETING OF THE Liorkhn/fiofi, f,f tha Houthern Ice Corporatlon win i?. held ai the oiric.. of the corporatlon, Room to:t MutuaJ Buiiding, Richmond, Vn. on WEDNEHDAY, FEBRUARY D 1910 nt ll o'clock A. M.. for the purpoao of elcollng dlroclnrj for the nn r.itlng year, nnd for Ihe Irn.nsaetlon of such other hiislnr-fm ?:\ nia>- prop ??rly como beforo sald n>..<.t|.,V C. B, ZOLLIKOFF _R I Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THB stockholders of tho Richmond Trans fer Company wlll be held at their om>e. ROfi East Maln Stroet, at 12 o'clock noon WEDNEBOAY, FEBRU? ARY 3 1310. W. T. DARDEN. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE, stockholders of the Jcfforson Realtyi Corporatlon wlll bo held at tho Jef-i foraon Hot'ol, Richmond. Va., on WEDNEfiDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon. O. F. WEISIGER. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Virginia Raclng and Horse Show Assoclation wlll he held nt the Business Men'a Club at 3 o'clock P. JL MONDAY, FEBRU? ARY 7, 1910. J. W. McCOMB, Secretary. &>taltb ^ropoj.al?f. STATE ADOPTION OF HIOH SCHOOL Te.xt Books.?At a meeting of tho State Board of Educatlon, hold on January 7. 1910, an order was en tcred authorlzlng the secretary of tho Stato Board of Educatlon to ad vertlee for blds in the matter of the aelection of text books for high schoola for a term of not le.is than four years, beginnlng Auguat 1, 1910. . , lu accordancc with the provlslons of sald renolutlon, I hercby glve no tlc- that on or beforo APRIL 16, 1910. at 12 o'clock noon, at the offlce of the State Board of Educa? tlon, at Richmond, Va., aealed pro posals wlll be received for supply lng publio achools of tho Stato of Virglnia with text books for use ln the hlgh schools ot the Stato as provlded by law. Such proposals j are requested on both the slngle \ list.plan und the multlpJe llst plan, j and ghould state the prices at whlch each book offercd will be sold to the children or patrons of the schools and the exchange prices where such book shall take tho placo of a book now ln use. A clrcular glvlng a copy of the law under whlch thls adoption 13 made and other partlculars wlll ba malled on nppllcatlon. Tho rlght Is reserved to reject any and all hlda. Given under my hand thls 15th day of January. 1910. R. C. STEARNES. 6ec'y to State Board of Educatlon. SEVER CLUB5 WILL Results of Changes in the Big League Teams Will Be Watched. There wlll be sevon teams in the big leagucs thls season with new man agers as leaders. and the results of the changes wlll be watched with a great deul of intercsr. Three new leaders wlll be found ln the Natlonal League?Charles Dooin, ot ihe Phillies: "K-ad Blll" Dahlen, of Brooklyn, and Fred LaUe, of the Bos tonlans. Cbarlie Dooln's rccord with thf Pbilllcs Is too well known to need repeatlng, the management's reason for hla appointment being their desire tor llvcly. aggresslve playing. Dahlen has played under aeveral great generals. He broke Irrto fast company as u'member of the Chicago Colts under Captaln Adrlan C. Ansou and became a star shortstop and bals man. After much experlence in this role he jolned the Brooklyns under Ncd llanlon and helped that team to win two pennants. Thcn ho went over to tho Oianls. with John McGraw at tho helm, and played so brllliantly that his work enablcd the New Yorks to win two champlonships and a world's serles. Duiilen was flnally traded to the Bos ton Natlonals, with whom ho contln ued to do good work untll last sea? son, when he became dissatisfied and was rcleascd at the fag end of tho season. Fred Lake's success with tho Bos ton Americana last season would ln dicate a llvely contest for intcrloague honors thls year in the City of Cul ture. Four ot tho Amerlcan League cluba will have new managers?"Pat" Dono van, of the Boaton Americuns; Jtlugh Duffy, of the Chicago Whlta Sox; "Jack" O'Connor. of St. Louis, and J. McAlcer, of Washington. Tho managera for tho year wlll ap pear as follows: Amerlcan League?Athletlcs, Connlo Mack; Boaton, Pat Donovan; New York, Georgro Stalllngrs; Washington. J. Mc Aleer; Clevcland, J. McGuire; St. Louis, Jack O'Connor; Detroit, 11. Jennlngs; Chicugo. 11. Duffy. Nutional League?PhUadelphia, Chaa. Dooin; Boston, i<"red Lake; New York, J. McGraw; Brooklyn, Wllllam Dahlen; Plttsburg, Fred Clarke; St. Louis, R. Bresnahan; Chicago. Frank Chance; Cincinnati, Clark Grlfflth. FR AN KFOllT MA.V AC_lt OLD VIRGINIA' PLAYER ' [Speclal lo The Tlmes-Dlapatch.'l Lynchburg, Va., January 30.?Wal lace Warren, tha AVashlngton boy, who ls to manage. ihe Frankfort team, in the Bluo Gresa League, ncxt season, is an ox-Vlrglnla leaguer. havjijg played wltli Portsmouth. Richmond and Dan vllle in the past three seasons. War? ren drew hls tirst pay for ball playlng from the promoters of tho Woodstock (Va.) team, ln the Valley League, ten years ago, when he pltched for that team. Among his tearamatea were Jaky Alz. of tha Chicago White So.v, who played short: Phll Cronin. an? other Washlngipn player, who covore.d third; Joo Laughlin, a Woodstock boy, who dld tho catchlng. though now of DanvlUe. und Frank Norcnm. tho Iu dian, who will manage Auguata, in tha South Atlantic League, this year. Warren was tho main stay for tho Woodstock team of boya, known as "The Kids," whlch wpn the boys' champlonship of iho Stato a year or two before the Valley League waa formed. He spent hls summers in Woodstock with hls unole, Hunter B. Chapman, agent for tho Southern Rall? way at Woodstock. and Shenandoah county'a representarlvo in the Constl tutloual Convontlon elght yoara ugo, . ? -.. ? ?-?-1?? HASI'li VLI, MANAGElt HECO.MES A MK11CHA.VT [Spocial to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatclj.J Roanoke, Va.. January 30.?BYank Shaughneaay, manager of the Roanoko baaeball team laat aeaaon, and who wlll manage tho aame team the cpmlng soason, has branched Into merchan dlsing. Laat nlght ho hought tho half Interest in the qlgar and naws atand ownert by. Elmore D. Helnp,. who ls. a half-owoer of Uic RoanoUe baaebaJi team, ... BASE RUNNING NEEB5 . BKAINS M01E THAN SPEED HV IIAL CHAMB. Bnseball rnirec*N rtcpftndll on two thlngs. Eirst and rnoat lmportant fomri ahlllty to score rim. . Nt Xt Htanda ahlllty to uxvenl ppponcnta Hcorlng. This goe-i for tho Indlvldual as weii aa for the loam. ? i wlll deal wliii buao runnlng. ro ir.y mlrid thls IB ono ol tlie v.-ry most iinportant accortipllshmenta in base liall. I do not oxcept hlttlng. though hitiing includoB Bticeessful baae run? nlng Baae runnlng iiicbhk the v.orlt of cliollng Ihe liases In tho hlOBI l fectlve wnv. H means, In : horli iinprove every opportunlty on the wav, also to tako tho least rlaka of belna put out. " A plaver Is a base rtinner luat aoon aa he Is cntltled to llrai haso or 10 try to reach It ln srifety, For ln tancc, a man' thnt ls hlt wlth n pltched ball or v/lio Is glven a pass la nol a baae runner nntll he rcachea 'lie lnltial bag. But one who hlts the j ball in falr terrttory or after iho catcher mlaaes a dropped thlrd strlko under certaln condltlons Imntcdlately beconfes n bnse runner. From ihe lnstant he becomea a base runner hla yalue toward scorlng la riglit up lu hlmsolf. IliiHe Itunnlng Itrnl TeM. Baae work hrlngs out most forclhly what ls in a playcr. It ls iKre wheru hraitiK count most. Ultting ahlllty ia i natlve glft. It ls sotnethlng that may bo Iniproved, but cannot be Hc qulred. Kiiso runnlng Airta cotioled wltli hltting. Base rnngcrs are horn, not made. in all stratoSlcs of attack as weii n.R defenae, sneod la a ilao equlpment. It is not fjW essentiai. How many ten sccflBd men have blossomed out ln the bWloagues, only: to dle as baae runnfjg dlsappolnt ments? Most of them jmked tho head.. bom? could not overdffne thp minor ; nandlcapa toward putfflbg their spced I to best advauta-e. fta More lmportant thaflppeod is ahlllty to get qulckly into motion. You have to get iim drop on tho other fcllow, aa Ii v.-ere. Regardless of sprlnting aoillty, mr- who cannot gei tlie break cannot advanco aucceaafully. Jlmmy Ausiiu ftnl0 nlnetv-sevon hases one aoason in the AVestcrn League. in the Atnoriean he could not. put his speed to such advanta.go. Ile ls not a quick hreaker. At lea.st he dld not get under way spoedlly last eeason. Hlu swltch ln batting style mav havo had much to do with it. Austln la evcrv blt as spopdy as Tv Cobb. But Cobb pets every advantagc from his sprint ing pow t?r. Ty Cobb is the greateit base runner in the game. This Is not because of hls runnlng ability. It, Is because he always thlnks for hlrnself. The man who depends always on a coacher to tell him what to do wlll novrr suc cped. ..\ playcr must always have the situaJion in mlnd. Ife must be ready to take advantage of every little allp of an onoonent. Cobb Mnkcn Own Luck. Many aay that Cobb If luckv. Well. If he is he makes hls luck. He pulla moro new stuff than half the rest of the players put together. Hc takes chances, but he. se'dom takes a des pcrato rhance unless the sltuation la desperate. Cohb's succesa lles ln hls cunnlpg and ability to execute op the lnstant. He boasta that Intultlve in fitinct that scents out a had rilay be? fore it Is fairly begun. Bill Bradlev. of the Cleveland Club, is a sterllng baso runner of the opposlte type. He cannot compai'e with Cobb as to speed. But he always takes care. to havo the edge on the opDosltion beforo ho starts anythlng. Maklng the heat of opporfunltles la the aecret. In thia no better iliusira tion ls afforded than that of streiching hits. On a hlt to the oujrield a run? ner should always make the turn to second. He should run 'to the next bag Just as far aa possible wlthout runnlng the i Isk of belng trappod on i a quick. accurate throw. In thia way j the least fumble bv an outfielder give3 an extra base. But one should also uso variatlons of the play. For exam ple. lt is not a beld idea once ln a w-liil0 to turn quickly as if to get back to Hrst. Thls wlll often take tho fleldcr off his guard. He may throw the ball leisurely to second, in whlch case lt ls eaay to bcat the throw to that cushlon Or q bluff attempt at second may mako hlm hurry, so that ho wlll throw wlldly It la In such Dlays as theso that the heady, re sourceful man is often able to ~bre_ak up a game, Must Oulgiicsn Rivals. In thls battle of wila the one who can outgueas hls rlvals ls the wlnner. Always worry the nitcher and catclier by leadlng off as far aa possible and blufling. It helps the batter and throwa the onpositlon off l<x srtiard as to what you really lutond. Never try to steal unless absolutely sure you can get tho jump on the others. Never steal unless you have tlpperl off the batter. He must protect vou If the foe has outguessed you. To be a good base runner one must know how to slide properlv. The princlple is easy. although methoda vary as much as pjayers. Always sllde oppoalte to th<? direction in which tho tlelder wlll take a throw. A hlgh throw naturally goes in back of the base line. On such sllde to the inside of the bag. A low throw pulls tho base man to the inside. In this caso clrcle hlm from behlnd. No two have tho same method of slltung. Some try for the bag feet iirst. Thero, Is less personal rlsk. On a close play I generally prefer to sllde head flrat. Thtts I can always keep the base |n slght. I can depond on the dexterlty of mv body to flop out of reach of the ball and can uae mv hands as an nnchor. There are "hook" slldes and "fall away" slides. and many other klnds. Space wlll not permit their yarlous descrlptions. One and all havo tho same object. To expose the least or your person to the nlaver taking the throw ia tho idea This means to Iceep most of the bodv out of tagging distance. , . Sllde Vnrleu Wlth Bnncuian'. Tho slldo varles wlth tho bascman. Some like throws to one side. while others may exce] Just the opposlte way Always put youraelf ln such a pos'l tion that it wiil be hardest for tho foe to tag you. Study and practico alono mako perfect at tnla. Base steallng is not base runnine- ' The old Cleveland Seam illustrate" that' What greater base stealers could ho found thar. Ray, Bradley, FlicU, Uijoia and Turnor? And what greater aggre gatlon of hlttcrs, wlth Clarko and Sto vall throwu in? Y'et that t?ara was vcry bad at base runnlng. Tho play? ers tossed ott more runs than they scoreel slmply because they falled to grasp their opportunltles. It was a bad base runnlng aggregation, and thia cost Lajoie pciinants. - * ??_.??^^__ "ATHtETICS SIGN TWO MEN. OutHclder Ooode nnd Inflclder Houner Scud in Their Contrnctti. Phlladelphia, Pa? .lanuary 30.?Man ager Contile Mack, of the Athletics, rc ceived tho signed contraota of two moro players yesterday, Outfielder Wilhur Goode and Ben Houser. an iniiolder. who may ho carried along as substituto ilrst baaoman thla season, Thero Ia not a man in tho entiro Athletlc squad that Manager Mack is bauklng inore heavlly on than Goode. Connle thought ao well of thls lad that he turned over SImon Nieholls to Man? ager Jim McGulre, of tlie Naps, ln ox change for the rislng young outfielder. Ooodo ia onlytwcnty-five yeara old, BIJOU-This WeeiT BIG MUSICAL SUCCESJ^, INPANAMA With Adams and Guhl And a Chorus of Beautiful (Jirls. NEXT WKBK.-."Th? GlrJ from U S. A." but I hefore. ??' pltchi i. and ?-? i"ii Natlonnl L pit. b ll W: the hig league and lle waa orlglnally algned hy the Bns gue Club In 1907 lio |,|, found wnntltlg nnd iient Ackroil I'hili, of t li- fihl" and 'lvnnln League, whero he had u Ui' ci afifl pltchlng at aaofh ncvt iifuson with the aarne club so hnrd m thc early games he worked he was uaed entlrely in the outlleld. Hc led the leoguo in haiiing, ?:l"1 '?' i ? aiao tho beal baae atcaler. Clevi i.iii.i tlrafled hlm ahead <-f many other int. lengiio rnanagora who werc caating eyea ln hla dlrectlon. iie was glven ,i rogular herth ln thc outtield, mll could not gel worklng rlght all summor, ahd aa n n ault. when McGuIro too i up ihe managerial rolgns ho de cided tn dlapoao of hlm. I' hun been Bald many tiinos that uoode was grcafly dlnsatlafled with conditlona at Cleveland, and that ho wantcd to he trnded. He Ih greatlv picased with tle; deal, and wrltes that 30 wlll have tlm best year of his llfo next aummer. Poor physicai condltlon caused hy Injiiricn prevented hlm from showlng up well for the Naps. Should (ioode ahow ihe form that Is expected of hlm the local team wlll have a jjreat outlleld next aummcr. 300do aaya he Ia nnxlotis for tho tlmo to report. and that ho wlll land tho ccntro held positlon. 1SBELL IS RELEASED Chicago l.tliKy Pinycr will Maue.c Wlehlta Club Thl? Ycnr. Chicago, January 30.?Frank Isbcll the flrst basoman of the Chicago Amerlcan*. was grantod hls uncondl tlonal releano to-day, all the major league clubs havlng granted walvera li'beii is a part owncr of the Wlehlta Western League Club and next eea son wlll act a3 the playlng managcr of that team. Flrst Baaeman Gandll, last season with the Kacrarnento, Cal.. fc/tatc League, and Pltrher Harry Sutcr ecnt ln slgncd contracta to-day. Revlvnl of Trnp Kbootlng. ' (.Spcclai to Tho TlmcB-Dlepatch.] Lynchburg. Va., January 30.?It is expected -that thc.re wlll be a revivaj of trap ahooting at the Oakwood Club durlng the coming spring nnd eum mer. Already there aro cvidencos that a team will form crfrly to go to the anntiai state raeet, whlch win be'gln Z^\n1thV' 2ay' Th0 '"*e<- thla year wlll bo in Ruanoke. ' NEW PAHK I'Oll W1IITE SOX. Grounds of Amerlcan I.eaguc Club Wlll -.. ?c Opened ln Juiy. Chicago. January 30.?Tho new home " ^,,Hnlc,a?? An,erlcan League Club, at rhlrty-flfth and Wcntworth Ave? nue. wili he formally opened on July I. according to an announcement made J'f'i-' - y by Pre3ldent Charles Co ?.iVW_thout an exception, thc now park ?i_ ^-e am?ns th0 flne3t *" the land," sald Comlakey, "and we wlll proflt by _.YLCX,perlm!nt,? of tnc otner magnatos who have bullt great planta durlng the last two soasons. The new stands and bleachers will have embodkd in them all thc features that have made Forbes Fleld, at Pltts ourg and rihlhe Park, at Phlladelphla, a_in_ out as the most magnlflcent Inventorg with idean enmmiinlrate with aa. He securo and promcto patents. free book let. I'ATENT DEVELOFMENT CORPORATION, Ulme Savings Baak. Wn?blnKton, D. C. rfettJOOlS. UNIVERS1TY COLLECE OF MEDICINE RJgjgjgg MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHAR ECEl MOIID _NIA .. I HWACY | The Valentine Museum ?LEVE.\"TH AND CLAY STREETS Cpen dally irom 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Admiiiio i 25c. Frge c n _tturr3avA The Conlederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETd. OPEN 9 A. M. TO S P. M. ADMISSION, 25c SATCRDAY FREE. %)attls. HOTEL NEW YORK YORK SQUTHER.N HEa_w. S-VEN'TH AVE.. COlt. 36th 3T. BUROPBAN PLAN RATE8: Jl.W to JJ.30, with demchfiil hitth. 12.00 to $1.00, with prlvote bath. Occupl?s the geotrraphlcal centre of the city, near tha vortex of travel. Wlthln from one to ftvo mlnutea' wallc of twenty-one thoatros. Cars paaa the door. and wlthln ftve mlnutea of all tha largo retail ahopa. Norman Grlll ?^oom. Culatna of auparlor excellanco. Modarate prtcea. H. O. WTLLIAMS, Manager. tSaUfjcrc to _=>top m Virginia. &eal <?statc fot* S>alc. 3&cal Catate for jfeale. * cfcA f\^\(\ V*?M buy a ninc-room corner brick house on Hanover Street. t4 000 ^^ ^uy a g?oc* ^ht-room house near Seventh and Clay Streets. POLLARD & BAGBY plnnt.-i In the country. Tn addltlon to thls a great nnmber of Innovatlons wlll be Inatallcd that. no other park can bonst of." Work on tho new grounds wlll be Btarted as soon as tho frost leaves the ground. "The openlng day at. the park wlll be the cause for a monatruus turnout," sald Comlskey, "and it ln my plan to have every Slnto In the Unlon repre sented by a drdpfrato, who wlll be herc aa my gueat." "Yca, and the Irlsh sod wlll bo thorc, too," sald tho prcsldent. NO LIQUOR LEGISLATION snmtnr Snle Quotcd n? Soylnsc Thnt None Wlll Be I'nM.ircl Thla Venr. Senator W. W. Sale, ot Norfolk, who went home to apend Sttnday, waa nuotcd ln a Norfolk newspapor yester day as saylng lh#t thero ls no possl blllty of any prohlbition law passlng the General Assembly at Its prescnt sesslon. "I do not think tho Anti-Saloon Leagup'fl enabllng bill wlll pass the Legjalature," sald Colonel Sale. "Of r-ourse. the bill has not been Introduced, and I do not know when lt wlll he. I flnd thla. however. that tho prohlbition sentiment in tho prescnt sesslon of tho Leglalature ls not as strong as it was two yeara ago, and I do not see how tho meaauro can paas if it ever comea bcl'orc tho law-makers." POST-OFFICE EMI'LOYE CHARCrBD WITH TJ^EKT Norfolk, Va., January .'10.?Luther B. Klicklngor. asslstant fmporJntendont ot clty delivery of tho Norfolk post-omcc, la und^r arrcst. chargod with tho cm bezzlenient of a letter containing $4. Fllcklnger wlll have a hearlng before Unlted ,Statcs Commlasloner Stephcn son early ln tho week._ __.*5i!H5??!_ Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 9:00 A. i Daily?Faat traina to Old Polnt. New 4:00 P./port New* and Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Dally Local to Newport News. 5:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Polnt. 2:00 P. \ Datiy?Louiaville and Cindnnnti. Pul 11.00 P. /manj. _ o:45 P.?Daily "St Louls-Cliicago Speclal." Pultmans 8:30 A.?Daily?Charlottesville, Week days? Clitton Forge. 5:?5 P.?Week days. Local to Gordonaville. 10^0 *??Daily. D'burg. Lex.. C. Forgc. 5:15 P.?Week days. To Lynchburg. TRAINS ARRIVF. RICHMOND. Local from Eait?8:25 A. M. 7:50 P. M Through from East?11:40 A. M., 6:35 P. M. Local ftom We?t??a JO A M., 9:50 A. MV, 7:50 Through?7:30 A. M . 2:45 P. M. James River Litie??S J5 A. M. 6:00 P. M ?Daily except Sunday. SEABOARD AIR LINE. -couthbound traina tchedulcd to Scave Richmond daily 9:10 A. M.?Loal to Norlina. Raldgh, Charlottc. Wilraingtcn. 1:18 P. M.~Sl-cpcra and coachci, Atlant*. tfirmingham. Savannah. Jack tonville and l'.orida polnts. 7:40 P. M.?To Flor ida poinU. 10:12 P. M., 10:45 P. M.?Sleeperi and coachei SiVinnah. Jacksonville, Atlanta, Bir mingham and Memphis. Northbomid traina sched uled toarrive Richmond daily: 4:20 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 7:25 A. M. 5:05 P. M.. 5:40 P. M SL'KRY. 8USSEX & SOUTHAMPTON R. lt. No. 3 leaves Dory, 9 A. M.: Wakeflold, 11; Dendron, 11:L'O; Surry Courthouse. 11:1S. Arrlvca Scotland 12:J3 1'. M. No. 1 Icavca Dendron, 5:30 A. M.; Surry Courthouse, 5:5?. Arrlves Scotland, 6:12. No. 2. luavca Scotland. 6:15 A. M.j Surry Courthouse, 7:05; Dcndron, 7:43; Wakoflolil. 8:15. Arrlves Dory, 8:45. No. 4 leaves Scoband. 2 P. M.j Surry Courthouse, 3:55, Arrlves Dendron. 3:10. Connectlons at Wakofleld wlth N'orfolk ar.d Western Railroad; nt 3cotland. wlth Vlrglnla N'avlgatlon Company'a James Rlver boats. All trains dally cxceijO Sunday. KDtVARD ROUER3. Superlntendcnt, Dcndron, Va. RicimioiifljFreflerictuu'g & Potomac R. E T0 AND FROM WASHINQT0N AND BEY0NL Leavo Richmond *4.:?IA..n. Miln St.Sta. ?4.50 A.M. Bjrdht.SU. ?5.20 A.JI. ByrdSt.SU. ?7,10 A.M. MalnSt.SU. 17.15 A.M. Byrd Su SU. ? 7..'50 A.JI. Main St. Sta. ?8.40 A.M. Byrd St. SU. ?12.01 noon BrrdSt. Sta, tl.OOP.M. Ilyrd St.SU. 3l.loP.ll. Elha Statlon, ?5.15 P.M. Main 8t.8U ?8.20P.M. Byrd St. 8U Arrlvo Itlchmond ?7.60A.M. BjrdSt.Sts. ?11.3.3 A.M. DyrdSt.su. ?l.lOP.M.Maln St.SU. ?8.60 P.M. BrrdSt.Sta. ?7.15 P.M. ByrdSt.SU. ?7.35 P.M. MalnSt.SU. ?0.10P.H. ByrdSt.SU. tl0.00P.H. Main St.SU. T10.25P.M. Byrd St.SU. ?10235 P.M. MalnSt.SU. ?L10DlB-btByrdSt.su. ACC0MM0DATI0N TRAINS-WEEKDAYS. Leare Byrd St. SU. 1.30 P. M. for Fredarieksbnrc;. I,e?Te Klba SU. 7.60 A. H.,6.30 P. M. for Ashland. Arrlre Bird St.SU.S.25 A.M.from Kredericksh'ir. ArrlTQ Klba Sta. 6.40 A.M.,6.30 P.M.from Ashland. ?Daily. tWeekd?y?. JSundays only. tfDally except Monday. All traias to or from Byrd Street Statioa (except traint leavlng 4.50 b. tn. and arrivinz 1.10 night) ttop at Elba. Time of arrivals and deportures aet guaran;eed. Read tbeslgas. Southera Railway. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. B.?Following schedule figurca publishcd ai Information and not guaranteed: 6:20 A. M.?Daily.?Local (or Cliartotte. 10:45 A. M.?Daily?Limited?For all polnts South. Pullraan and Day Coachea. 6:00 P. M.?Ex. Sunday? KeysvlHe Local. 11:45 P. M.?Daily?Limited, for all poiuts South. Pulltnan ready 9:30 P. M. VORK RIVER LINE 4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To Weat.Pt.. conncctln? for Baltimore Mon.. Wed. and Fri. 4:30 A. M.?Ex. Sun. ar.d 2:15 P. M ?Mon., Wcd. and Fri.?Local to Weat Poinr. TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND. From the South: 7:00 A. M., 9J0 P. M? dally; 8:40 A. M., Ex. Sun., 4:10 P. M. Daily (Local). From Weet Point. 9:30 A. M? dally; tO:45 A. M.. Wed. and Fri.; 5:45 P. M., Ex. Sun. S. E. BURGESS, D. P. A.. 920 E. Main St. I'lionc Maditon 455. Norfolk & Western Railway ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO NORFOLK. Schedule in Effect January 30. 1910. Leave Byrd Street Station, Richmond. DAILY FOR NORFOLK: 9:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M. FOR LYNCHBURG AND THE WESTl 9.00 A. M.. 12:10 P M., 9:00 P. M. Arrive Richmond: From Norfolk?11:40 A. M.. 6:50 P. M. 11:00 P. M. From the \V>?-e-:50 A. M.. 2:10 P. M? 6:50 P. M. Pullmaii, Parlor and Slocpiiig Cira, Cafc Dinin; Cars <?? H. BOSLEY, W. B. BEVILL. ? D. P. A? RicUinoud. Va G. P. A.. Rainoke Va.. Richmond aod Petersburg Eieciric Railway Cara leave Mancheater. Seventh aud Petry itreeta. for Peteraburg: ?6. 7, 8. ?9. 10, 11. ?13 P. M.. t. ^. *3, 4, 5. ?*5:45. ?e. 7, 3, ?9, 10 P. M. 11:00 P. M. for Cheater, 12:00 midnlglit for 'eteraburg. Cars leave Petdrsburg. (oot Sycaraore Street or Mauchester: 5:15, 0:35, **7:1S. ?7:33, 8:35, 9:35, *10:35, 1:35 A. M? 17:35, *1:35, 2:35, 3:35, '4:35, 5:J5 i:35. ?7 35, 8:35, 9:35, U0:40, 11:10 P M. ' Carrlcs baggage and expiraa. ?? Limited. except Sundaya and bolldays. All cara from Peturuburg connect witb cara for llcliuioml. tlCHMOND XND CHESAPUAKB BaTmAII. WAY COMPANY. Schedule of electric trains to and from shland, stopplng at intermedtate stations upon enal. Lv, Ukhmoml (Broad and Luurel Sts.) 6:056, nilO. 8:106, 9:10, ??10:10, 11:10 A M? :l(i. 2:10, 3:106, 4:10, 5:10, 6:20, 7:105. 8:10, .0:10. 11:45 P, M. Lv. Alhliml: ?S^S. ?76. 8, 16, 10. "U A. Mm *U M? ??!. i 3. 46. 5, 6, /. Vt.9,MP.K * Daily except Sunday. ?? auuday only? a Catnca baggaae. THE 1 Richmond, Va. Thc most magnificent Hotel in the South. European plan. licoms single and cn stiite, with and without baths. $1.50 per day and upwards. Spactoua sam ple rooms. Booklct on applica tiou. Tablo d'Hote Dinners Saturday and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock, $1.50 each. Suction jftalcjf, UZtys 39ap. John T. Ooddln _ Co.. Real Kstate A?ents and Auctloneora, F.leventh and Bank Streets, Itlchmond, Va. COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SA_._ On A FRAMED DYVKLLINO, NO. 1010 WALLACK STRKKT. NI5AR MEADOW STREET. By decree of tho Chancery Court of the city of Richmond, in tho sult. ot "Lot<-her Brown's Commlttee vs. Mary Brown nnd others." entered on the 24th day of January. 1010, we. wlll sell by publlc auctlon, on the premlses. JIONDAY, JANUARY 31. 1310. at 4..10 o'clock P. M-. tho following de scrlbed property: All that lofc of land, with all lmprovements theroon. on the north llno of Wallnco Rlprnt, between Meadow and Rlfchlo Strfets. fronttng on s_ld north llno of Wallaco Street 30 feet, and running bac.k between parallel lines 133 feet. Improvementu conafst of substantial dwelling-housc. TERMS: One-thlrd cash and the rcsl- I due In two equal lnstalmenta of slx ? nnd twelvo muntlis from day of aale, tho deferred paymentR evldenced by notes. with lntcrest added, from day of sale, tltle to he retalned untll the wholo of purchaae prlco Is pald, or all cash, at the optlon of the purchasor. EDWARD L. RYAN. DAVIO M.EADE WHITP:, Speclal Commlasloncrs. I. Charles O. Savlllc, clerk of th? Chancory Court, certlfy that tho bond rerjulred of the spoclal commlssionors in the abovo styled sult has been glven. Testo: CHAS. O. SAViLLfc. Clerk. By Real Estato Trust company, Real Estato Auctloneers. AT THE REQUEST OF TIIE OWNER \VK WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION. UPON THE PREM1SES, THAT CENTRAL COM B1NATION STORE AND PWELLING. NO. 209 EAST MAIN STREET. BE? TWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS. ON MONDAY, JANUARY .11, 1910, AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M. The lot fronts 28 feet 6 lnchea on the aouth slde of Jlatn Street, and haa a depth of 116 feet to a 15-foot alley. Largo Stable and Sheds and splendld locatlon. Sliould interest lnvcstors. TERMS: Llberal and announced at sale. REAL ESTATE TRUST CO. AUCTION SALE OF Personal Property Trce Hlll Farm havlng been aold, wo wlll sell by publlc auctlon, on MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1910, eommenclng prpmptly at 10 o'clock A. M? the personal property from the above mentloned farm, one mllo and a half east of Richmond. on the Osborne Plke, conslstlng, ln part, of cleven (11) good Work Mules, four (41 good Work Horses, one (1) extra flne Virglnla Ralsed Drlvlng Mare. three (3) Cows, ono (11 Bull, two Buggles, Farm Wag ons, Harnoss, Machinery, Plows and such Tools and Implements as aro ' usually found on a well-stocked farm. TERMS: All suma of $30 and under, cash; on purchaso-; exceodlng $30 a credlt of nlnety days wlll be allowcd, provlded tho purchaser executes and delivcrs hls nef-otlahle note therefor, Indorsed or sec.urcd to the satlsfactlon of tho underslgned. C. J. RIXEY & SON. IV. B. FRAYSEU. Auctlonccr. -3ucttoir__raie?f, jfuture 3Ba_?__ TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND. By vlrtuo of and pursuant to the torma of a deed of trust of rccord in the clerk'3 offlce of Northumberland county. Va., In Deed Book J. pagea -'0b-207-208. o.xecuted on thc 30th day ?.C I_ay',JVU0', by H- w- Bouldin and L. C. Bouldin, hla wife, default havlng been mado In tho paymcnt of the debt secured thoreln. at tho request of tho hoHlor and assignee of tho bond se? cured ln sald deed .of trust, I wlll aell at publlc auctlon to the hlghost bld der fpr cash, at Lilian, in sald county. on the 12TH DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1910, - AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M.. all tho tract of land ln sald deed of irust descrlbed, not herctoforo sold, es tlmated to he. about forty to flfty acrea lylng near Cockrell's Croek, and belng a part of a tract orlginally belonging lo L. C. Bouldin. "OBing. Datcd January 26, 1910. ASA S. RICE. Suhstltuted Trustee. Baltimore Steam Packet Co. Equipped with wirelca* telegrapliy. TO BALTIMORE AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Lrave Richmond Dally except Sunday vi_ N. & W. Ry. 3.00 P. M.. Norfollc 6_0 P. M. C. & O. Ry. 4;U0 P. M.. Old Point 7:30 P. M. O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. (one day ln Norfolk), Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. IMonday. Wednead*/ cnd Frlday). Tlckets at all officca For otaterooma apply to H. M. BOYKIN- Agcnt. S30 Eaat Main Street. 0__I^OMINION LINE FOR NORFOLK AND NEW YORK. Steamrrs. Brandon and Berktey. Daily. Lcave Richmond (foot, of Aah St.) ...7:00 P. M. Leave Ncwport Newa ..S :0O A. M. Arrive Norfolk .6:00 A.M. Connecting with maln linc ateamera leiviai Noriolk ior New York dally eiccpt Sunday 7:00 P. M Fare: Between Richmond and Norfollc. S_ ln cluding jtateroom berth; meala, 50 centa. Traino via Norfolk and Weatern Ry. at 3 P. M. and Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. at 4 P M. alaa connect with New York atcamera. Nisht lino eteamers Brandon and Berfcetey, utop at Clareraotit wharf to land pajaengera an j on elgnal to receive them. VIRGINIA NAVICATtON COMPANY- ? Jamcs River by dayllght for Norfolk. Old Poiat, Newport News and all James River landiu;j. ? Steamer Mobiack leaves Old Domlnlon wharf Monday. Wedneaday and Friday at 7:00 A. M. Fare to Norfolk, $1.25; second claaa. S1.0O; meala, iO centa, Freight received for all Uadinja co lanies River. Ticketa on eala O. D. S. S. Co.'a offlc?. 821 E. Viam St., or 809 h.. Main St, Tha Jetferaon and ilurphy'a Hottl. WHITE STAR LINE ITALY and EGYPT Via Azores, Madeira, Gibraltir. Akier* Largost Stoamem in the Traoo CELTIC CEDRIC ?eb. 2, Mar. 16 F?b. 16 3RETIC.January _9; M?rch 12 SANOPIC.March 25 ROMANIC.February 26, April 2 9 Broadwny?, New York, or LooU Aft?nu,