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ONE CEN r PER~WORD when pofd fn advance. No Ad. taken for Iesi than TEN CENTi. NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS when phoned in or charged at the countcr. FOR BUSINESS CONTRACTS Tlione Monroe 1 for the WANT AD MAN to call %osit ant) .jFotuft. 1'OUND, QOLD SBAL RINC, with liiltlnin: provc proporty. H21 Wc Graco Hl. tOST, FOX TERRIER MONDAY, NEAR llynl .'??lt .-ct S'tiMloii, named Spot; Manchester mcd.U i?|. Klndi-r pleusc phono Monroo 314S ond recelvo* ro wnnl._|_i_ LOST, SUNDAY LAST, ON LAKE8IDE car, silk umbrello, uoid liandlo, marked "A. M. T." If fouii'l pleaso uotlfy P. O. Box 60. t'i'UA vi:i>. tuesday "form 22o"w~ Orace, young colllo Aog; chaln collar; named Bllly: nI.?o vellow and v/IHtc Beaglo hound, named Biulah. Ue< w.'n-d. Pli'.m. Madlson 127Q-L. J&elp jEfflantcl. iflale. WANTED, AT ONCE, FlRKT-CLAtfH vest-makcr; ateady Job guaranteed. Address WM. WALLS. Wll-..n, N. C. MEN WANTBD TO 1'REPARE I'Oli railway exumlriattons; c.nininencc ment salary $S0O; preparatlon free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 10.1 1* Rocnester, N. Y V/ANTED, TO LEAVE THE CITY. A young man. to take charge of a Mida fountaln; an expert; several years' experlence In drug business prefcrred. Box mo. Clty. wanted. is~ e'verk <:Fity and town In State. organlzers for fltst ? '????! ? fraternul bencfit associatlon; novel and unlquc plan; lino oppor? tunity; send tbree references. Box i 4!j, Nnv.-port News, Va. 'wanted. ii.M.i-' dozen iio'un huys' M to is yeara old. Apply to Oitice. I). M. LEA ?? CO? Twentleth and Main.__ BALBSMAN WANTBD, TO SELL OUR | calendars nnd novelties for adver tial.ifi; commlsplon, 33 1-:'. nnd 26 per cent. Address HAND, McNALLY & CO.. .N'Dff York Clty._ WANTED. vAFlRST-CLASS BA RBER to take <hargp of modern nhop ln town of ',.000; must be sober, Steady and rellable. nnd furnlsh references. Address P. O. Box r,ii, Etnporla. Vn. WANTED, AMBITIOUS YOUNO MEN to become travcllng Balesmen; expe? rlence unnecessary; wrlte for our free book, "How Hale.?m?-n Succeed." BRAD8TREET SY8TBM OF IN KTRUCTION, Dept. 104, Rochester. X. Y._ WANTED, TWENTY COLORED MEN KOR FACTORY WORK. APPLY AT *.TH AND PERRY HT.S., MANCHES? TER.__ SVANTBD. EXPERIENCED OUT8IDE man for Saturdays. Apply THE GUARANTEE CLOTHING CO.. 1503 Maln .St._ ' WANTED, BRIGHT. CBEAN BOY TO copv and flle lcttern. and dellver ntnall puckages ar.d general olllce f boy's work. posltlon ln flrst-class es lalillshment. with steady promotlon. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., WANTED. OFKJCE BOY. APPLY 200 North Twehty-llryt .<?:??<?? married Man. with small i'.\M llv, to work on farm; must be ex perlenced and strictly sobcr; wiil i>av fair n'.igsn to good man. Ad dr.'-.-.- V.'M. II. HICbL Wen Holnt. Va. SH-jn-wTvntkd": learn barber trade; new luetnod. refiulrlng only blx wceks, tools furnlshed; posltlons secured. Wrlte NEW YORK BAR? BER SChOOL, 2 Rivington Street. New York. WANTED. A BRIOHT YOUNO MAN as stcnographer and to learn tbe mall order business; must be able to wrlte and dlctate good Engllsh. nnd have a fair Idea of salesmun shlp. Address. stallng experlence bad. references. age and other par? tlculars. Box 048,_City._ want'ed. AN UP-TO-DATE, AFFA ble. experk-nccd registered pnar maclHt; one who can ?'dellver tbe goods" and can furnlsh "gilt-eJee" references: no other need apply, Ad? dress "SALOL," General Delivery, Hampton, Va. _ 1 WANTED. CYUNDKR PRESS" EEED ers. Applv to WJLLIAMS RRINTINC. CO.. li-13*-15 North l-'ourtccntb t>t. ! LEARN SALJSJSMANSHIP: EARN $1,000 to $5,000 per year; we furnUh stu dentti posltlons where they can earn S100 per month whllo studylner. 1 PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF SALES MANSHIP. New Havea Conn. _ I feituations^ iH&anteB.^igate. IwANTlrlD, POSmON BY YOUNO MAN Itavlng poven yeurs' experienco as bank teller and bookkeeper; wishes / change to somethlng re<iu!ring less | evo work: wiil make good man for il some one if glven a chanre; anythlng ( considered. Address D 124, caro I Tlm es-DUpa tcb,_ KwANTED-rYOUNG MAN. EXPERI encod, wants posltlon ln gents fur ,' nlshlngs at once; good references. C 100. car.o .Tlmog-Dlajpatcli._ .WANTED?YOUNG MANj WITH SEV ' eral years' experlence ln olllce. wants I oflice. work; good references; wlll 1 work.cheoip whero there is promo tion. *C ill._^aro_Time.s-Dlspatch. fWANTBDi BY COMPETENT YOUNG [?- man posltlon as assis'.ant bookkeep? er: can furnlsh best of reterence. Address A 32. care Timcs-Dispatch._ wTNTEiiTTsY MIDDLE-AGED MAN. /' posltlon as ?walchman, night or day: ? wlll do somo elerical work ln con? nectlon with watching lf w'ages Jus \ tifv if best of references furnlshed. ! Address C 92, care TlrrieB-Dlsp'atch. Ioard'bner super intend ENT; ' marrlod; no children; wishes to.take I charge ot country estate; over thlity years' cxperlonce in all brnnchos? glass or outdoors; best references. j M. ZALME. Box 15, Baby lon, N. Y. JlSuNQ^LADIE^ AND OIRLS DESIR lne posltiona wlth pleasant sur roundiags and good poy cannot do better than wrlte or apply to THB WHITLOCK BR^SNCH. Twenty:third and C?ry Ptreets, Richmond. va. WANTED. BY A NURSE. ROOM ON Grace 6'treet,' betweeiv. ?00 East and 1000 West. Phone Madlson ?1458-J;__ WANTED. RE LIABLE WOMAN AS ' nurao to Infant; good wages; rofer oticorcqulrbd.'lSOlHanovor Avenue. SvANTBt). 60^_WOMEN COOKt., CHAM bormalds, nurses, waltress for this :cily and_^H:h._G^_1_-J:JH_^!r.0'^:_ wk"\vant ten hand'somb WOaiEN to nct as our agents; cortalnly, wo? men mako good agents. tho. very bost iu the country, whon they tiy, thls is legltlmato, hlgli-class, and a propositlon that you can ask your own father, mother, brother or slster I to buy; you can mako good money, and the work is not hard. but pleas ' ant and Intoresllng. Wo wlll take li ipinasuro in tolling you about It, ? and you can dcclde whothor you can rtr.lt or not. Wrtto to-day. Ad? dress A 27, caro Tlmes-DIspatch. 'WANTED. A COOK, AT 1820 MONU ' inent Avenuo; nono neod apply with* out referenco. ^toatTo^M^cJLjJ^tale.^ -WANTODTwffirA^^T.. by im; tlnod vounp. lady, a posltlon ln any kind of offlco (lawyer's, rallroad, tn eurunoe, wholesale. retall, doetor's or store, as writing; osporloneo and hlghest referenco aa to char? acter aud ability (no stenographer); .. flno business hand. Address, JS\ .182, [t*-?ttr?i Tlmes-Dlsiiat.ch* - ' *? "> WJ fttlpjfflakatto JFemale. wanted, a fiTonourkiLY iVbn* crnl girl. or man; iimst bo excellent rook; two ln famlly; no laundry; sleep home; must Rlvc clly rrfer* once*; wngcw, fju per week. Apply _only by lottcr, 580 jcftcrson Hotel WANTED, STENOOnAPHBfls! BOOK kecpers. ofllce clorkH, hotel fippll* cnnili, hii lonlMfllos, Hfllesmen, blnck Klrtlths, prliit?r?. lumbermcn (good i-iilnrlcsi. 1'IEDMONT BMPLOYMBNT _AOENt'Y, Diirhftin, N". C._ WANTED, GOOD 015NI3ITAI, WOMAN or man; sleep home; two In famlly: must bi rirut-clna.. plftln cook. with best city refcrence In regard to cooking: w?jtw, 110 n. week; no com. pany. Apply by Inttcr to C '.i'i, caro Tlmes-Dlspntch._ ANY INTKiT.l"cii;NT"~f'Klt.SON~"MAY earn good Income cnrreKpondlng for now.spitpers; experience unncceHsary. Address PRESS COBREHPONDING UI'rtlJAir. ?Weshlnglon. I). C jProfetaftonal #elp SUHantefc. a^ant!-:i>. X\\ inf li"fiiacTibr'w ffH llr.it grndo certlricnte to teach out nn untlnih-linrl -. >*i .[?,? In publlc school of two nnd a balf montlis In ChiirlOM City county; salary, $10 por month; good horrie: pleasant sur lounilings. Apply to W. D. BAR NETT. Hrndlcys Store. Vn._ frottcitonf ano fyaltsmtn. SALESMEN WANTED; TO^r^ARRY slde IIiin of hlgh-gradc unlon-made oyeralls. Wrlto Box 222, Martlns vlllo, Vn. WANTED. A KIRKT-CXA.*-.*- SPECIAL* ty salesman on commlsslon basls; best rr-ferenres required; f-xcluslve terrltory; good moncy for rlght man '' '-i'.''- < ii- TiniOH-Dlpptifli. WANTED - -Wi; WANT IT IT X"illUIN class, accompllshed sai<-:<m<>n, wlio can nnd do produce buslness; $2.", ein bc plr.ked up every day lf ynu wlll show tbo proposition to the people; we havo never .known a vcry successful salesman who had in. lega; we want men vijtlt good lee muscles and a wlre backbone. We do not guarantec anythlng. but We have men who are maklng %2T, per day. and you ran, too, lf you wll!. Think thls over for a year cr two, and write us, or lf you nre game. <lo It rlghi now. Address A 2*5, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. 2_?u_tne?.?. ?Qportumtit8. mv'i._a1i SfiC?wb got vot-ff ij;t trj- just before nlght. and we an? swer at once. Of course. we can buy the place you wnnt, for you, nnd we can soll your hotel property also; w? are buy Ing and selling every day; no matter what you want to sell or to buy. tell us "about It, and we wlll get or aell what you want. Yes, wo dld say that we eharge no eommlKsIons, and we do not. You fiay that you nre wllllng to pay for the trouble. That is all rlght; but If we were to chs.r?,e what It 1* worth. In somo cases the blll would produce heart fallure. We nro sendlng you by thls mail an agreement. for you to slgn, whlch explains everything. When this ls returned wc wlll act promr*tly. You ask lf we can sell anythlng any? where We cert.ilnly can; lf you doubt It, trv us once; just drop us a postal card: thev are Betllng at one cent oa-cll now. nnd wo wlll tell you all about lt. Just address A IS. care Tltnos-Dispatch, hut do try nml tell us what vou want to buy or aell: tak<? u llttle time and tell us oil about it. so that we can write you Intelligently._ NO MORB HARD TJMES?YOU CAN mnke %2J a dav Just as easy as ro.l Ing off a log: U'k hard work to walk a sllpperv log. but thls Is like get tir.g monev from home; lt Is the ftnest offer'ing ever put before the contlding publlc?straight. honest. legltimate. high-tone.l and a money niaker from way back: you ean't get lu too quick; It's golng llkc hot butter cakes; If you cin't make *75 a week In thls you are not worth a broken back Barlow knlfe. Ad? dress 00?. care Tlmes-Dlspatch. Wii AT "itT IXCK V GETTING TIIERH h^fore the other fcllow?that's luck. Perhaps vou think the other fellow Is moro iuckv than you because ho makes more. and everything seems to turn to coln. He uses hla feet. and you don't; lots of people sit down too much: luck nover runs lower than about flv?- feet from the ground. an.l a fellow must stand up to i-inc-h It. Now herp is a clnch fr?- vou rlght here at your door; nll vou havo to do is to get up and walk ? llttle .listance. put out your right hand and takc lt; you can use your left hand lf you have a good grlp ln lt- Can vou write on a one-cent postal card? Do it. Write us to tell ydu about this. A2S, care Tlmes. Dlspatch. Do it now._ ^O^EYnCbANED TO INVENTOKS TO patent good idens. JOHN W EDDER BURN. Capitalist. Brookland. D. C Tp YOU - ARB CONSC1BNTIOUSL.Y OP posed to prolilbltion. put 850 or more in a certaln enterprise. with ten or twelve participants: your invest ment should net 100 per cent. per annum profit: no llquor Involved. Address. conlldcntially. B 638. care, Tlmes-Dlspatch._ WILL, EXCHANGE 8 PER CENT. PRE ferred stock In a substantial Rleh ntond company fcjr iinproved real estate or building lots. Address B 72. care Tlmcs-Dlspatch._ "W C. SMrrTI & "CO.. 314 NORTH Flfth, wlll exhibit aftor April 1, the largest llne of automoblles ever shewn ln thls cltv. YOU WII.I. BE ABLE TO SECURE vour cars from the reposltory floor, and not walt for uneertaln dellv orles. after Aprll 1. XV. C. SMITH _A-00-'?3 i i__lor th Flfth._ ABSOLUTELY FREE. A $75 CERTI ncnte, good for payment on pttr-( chase of new plano. B 85, care* Times-Dispatch. ___-_-_-__ ^^^ large, bright and attractivb rooms for rent, with or wlthout board. Reaeonable rates. Refer? ences required. 412 North Eighth Street. 'Phono Madison 7860._ WANTED. BOARDERS FOR SECOND story front room; dressing room at tnchod; also table boarders. Apply 209 E. Grace._ ONE SMALL ROOM. 1011 EAST MAR shall. wan'ted, two R(56ms and board for lady and young son; West End preferred. Address E. C. S,, 1415 Grovo Avenue. '_ \VANTED, 1MMEDIATELY, BY YOUNG lady, room and board ln Manchester. Address C 97, care Tlmes - Dlspatch. "WANTED. 1MMEDIATELY. BY YOUNG Indv, room and board ln Manchester. Adciross C 97, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. WANTED, "fb EXCHANGE PIANO for room and board by man. Ad dress B 6S. cure Times-Dispatch. ROoSlS EOR RENT, CENTRALLY LO catod, furnlshed or unturnlshod. 807 East Grace Streot. FOTt RENT, NICELY FURNISHED rooms; 14 North Slxth Stroot, bo? tweon Franklin and Maln,_ ONE LARGK FURNISHED ROOM IN prlvate famlly. with use of llght, phone and heat. 506 N. Moadow St ONE ELEGANT FURNISHED ROOlSi convenlent to bath; prlvate famlly. 112 East Clay Streot. ______ wTnTbd, eTy^oung iX\dy, TRAINED nurse, furnlshed room In prlvate famlly; stato terms. C 94, caro Tlmea-Dlspatoh. WA^?I^T'UPPlliR'^;LAT OF FOUR or.llve rooms ln East End; one with stable ln yavd preferred. Address, , j_ 151, care. -Clmos-Dlspatch* . ,. 1 DAILY PUZZLES What manlv pastlme? ANSWER TO YEllTERDAY'S PU7.ZLE. Enteraid. fwc &ale. WAGONS AND BUGGIES TO SUIT you at RICHARDSON BROS.. 61i Broolt Avenue._ BURNT WHEAT.?ANOTHER CAR load burnt wheat $150 per 100 pounds; choop; good feed for chlck cns. W. ?, TODD, 42* North Sixth Street._ FOR SALE, THE CONTROLLINCJ IN terest ln medium slze. long establlsh ed hoalery mill; splendld opportu? nity for man of small capital. Ad? dress HOS1ERY MILL, caro Tlmes DIspatch. FOR SALE, FORTT GENUINE U. S. McClellan saddies. RICHMOND HAR? NESS CO.. 1J North Eighteentli 8treet._ FOR SALE. 75 U. S. McCLELLAN SAD dles, 40 pair new U. S. saddln bags. 50 U. S. cavalrv brklles; 30 tlexible sleel horse collars. JOSEPH C. DICKERSON. Kaddle and Harnrss Manufncturcr. 1112 East Main._ FOR SALE. TWO CERTIFIOATES OF Crafts Piano Company, $7 5 aud $50; total. $12."): $20 takes both. Apply D 4j!3 1-2 N. Slxth._ FOR SALE, THE BECHLER BUGGY": strong; bullt to stand rough use; runabout, $35: top buggy. $50; busi? ness buggy, open and wlth top. rub? ber or steel tlres, $??> and up: sur? rey*. $75 and $35 to $225: grocery wagons and farm wagons; one phae? ton. $35; good as new. THOS. H. DUKE & CO., 804 Brook Avenue. fTne" OPPORTUNITY'?GOOD RES taurant for sale; good location and good business. Address 101, caro Time s-Dtspatch._ FOR SALE. TWELVE YEARS' EKTAB llshed milllnery; golng out on ae? count of 111 health; terins very mod erate. IS W. Trade St.. Charlotte, N. C._' POR SALE. ONE LARGE FlLTER. made by the New Y'ork Filter Com panv; capable of fllterlng water for large hotel or offlee bulldlng; price. $100 f. o, b. Richmond: a bargain. Addreaa HARR1NGTON MILLS, Hotel Orafton, Washington. D. C._ ONE FIVE-PASSENGER AUTO CAR for Bale. XV. C. SMITH & CO., 314 Nortb Flfth._ REPRONT1NO AND TOP BUILDING for automoblles. XV. C. SMITH & CO. SECOND-HAND CARS.?ONE GOOD runabout, excellent condltlon. ap pearance good as new. W. C. SMITH _& CO.. 314 North Fifth Street. _ TBE LARGEST STOCK OP PLEAS ure velilcles ever exhlblted ln Rich? mond *t bargain prlces. XV. C. SMITH &?? CO.. 314 North Flfth. _ FULL LINE OF GROCERY. _iAUNDRY and delivery wagons at bargain prlces. XV. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Flfth._ 1K YOU WANT 30METHING DBLI clous. ask your grocer for Sniithfteld sansage._ LUMBER, liATHS. 3HINOLE8, SA3H. bllnds. doora. WOODWARD & SON. Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va. for"sale?don,t~^:ail'to~see~the "auto" seat buggies we have ln stock. They nre great; also many many other styles of buggies and runabouts that wlli please vou. BRIS? TOW-WORS1HM CO.. 1417 East Main. HAVE BIG STOCK BUGGIES AND runabouts on hand now. and can sell them from $35 up; harness from $10 up. We have tbe goods and prlces, and it wlll pav you to see us. BRISTOW-WORSHAM CO.. 1417 East Main. XVE~ARE AGENTS FOR TIIE TEN^ nessee Farm Wagon. the be.?t wagon on earth for strength. Call and soe .the old rellable on our floor. THOS. H. DUKE & CO. __ STOCK MUST BE REDUCED?$75 top buggies. $60: $60 runabouts. $50 $150 famlly carriages, $125. Large stock of good wagons at speclal prlces. A MEYER'S SONS. 731 East Cary Street. FOR RENT, XV E L L-F U R N I S H E D housckeeping apartment, the Han? over, conslstlng of two bed rooms. bath, prlvate hall, den, dlnlng room and Ubrary, kltchen, pantry, otc. Ap? ply E. P. LORD, Apartment 2. Tho Hanover. corner Adams and Frank lin Streets. _ FOR RENT. A FIVE-ROOM APART ment. Vlrglnla Flats, fourth floor, north side. 2517 EAST FRANKLIN. NICE FLAT for rent, wlth adults: cheap. WILL RENT FOUR SUNNY ROOMS. furnlshed completely for housekecp ing. South Thlrd St., Madison 5512-.1._ UNEXPIRED LEAS_, APARTMENT at the Hanover, furnlshed, conslstlng of two rooms, bath room and prlvate balls; thlrd floor, southwestern ex? posure; dellghtful summer or wlnter quarters. Apply at 100 East Grace Street. FOUR LIGHT ROOMS; HOT WATER; second lloor, 104 XV. Grace. WOOD THAT BURNS AND OIVES heat; wlth damper turned. gives more heat and laats longer. When draft ls on half of heat goes out chlm ney. I havo the right kind. LONG'S. 'Phone Monroe 1320. i&eat Cstatc tor &>ale. IfXKM^C^i^cinXfoKC^ tors.?IC this ls not a bargain there aro nono to bc found; 1,140 aorea plantatlon, located in Spotsylvania county. Va.. elght mlles I'rom pros perous rallroad town; good brick and frame dwelllng of ten rooms; two tobacco burns; good horse barn; machlno Bhods, granaryj bulldlngs could not be bullt for $5,000; 17b acres under cultlvatlon; good, rlch ehocolate. boII that wlll grow wheat, corn, oats, hay and tobacco abun dantly: balanco in plno and oak tlm? ber, estlmatod at 1,000,000 feet, Buy thls magnlflcent eatato of the own? er at the ownor's prlce, 18,800. Call on or address tha owner, 13. GOY INOS, 1301 E. Main St., Richmond, _ Va._ FOR SALE.?SPECIAL ttAtlUAINS IN lots on Floyd Avenue, Main and Cary Streota West of the Boulevard. Apply 015 Brook Avenue. 'Phono Madlson 14G7. FARMS AND TTMBBR l_iKDS.?MY new eatalogue contalns 400 farms and tlmber lands; best bargains in Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad fare, Wrlte for fre? eatalogue. Addreaa 3. R, ELAM, Box 2ST. Cbarlottesvllio, iReal C^tatc for i\.n(. AMILAND COTTAOK. s'L\" ROOMS; Water ln Kitchen; garden; two ttqtltireK from eats: -5100 year. DR. nrtYCE, I K Clny St., rtlrhiiinnrl. LARGE, "WBLL-K8TA HLI81IED AND pn.ving famlly hotol; centrally lo r-nied, choicest resldentlal distrlct New York Cltyr fully furnlshed! seven-story building, 125 x 100, r<u lenno nt moderate rental for term of yearp; references nnd securlty re? quired, Address "HOTEL.'* enre- Hat* fleld Magulre & Co.. 160 Broadway. Now York City, N. Y. PoFi'iTtzsr^nn sale."' hotel" res-" tnurant gnd bftke shop; nlcely lo? cated. Address Corner Box One, Keysvllle, Va._ JfoaJ.J&mujMantt}. WANTED. FROM FEBRUARY '16 OR 17 to Aprll 1. by Northern couplo, complctely attrnctlvcly furnlshed houso of six or seven rooms; must be In very quiet ii'-lghhorhonrl, not over ten mlnutes' drlve from Jef ferson Hotel; wlll glvr> $80 n month; must bo eiectric lighted and steam heated; modern; ean furnlsh best refcrence; no chlldren. Apply by lct? ter only. C 109, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. WANTEDt~^EAr. ?vv^STi-L\~M>fON~6R Ashland lines, to rent or buy, mo dlum-fllze house, or wlll purehascfow ncren and bulld. Real estate agents nnd others anawer wltli partlculars. G 799, care Tlmcn-DIspatch._ ?&tmlttp?ptl ano itoe fetocfe. ??tioDT"iL'<siN~6uT-C^oit^'"AND BrtboD-' ers itt factory prices. Full stock al? ways on hand. Start early hatches for bc3t brollcra and best prices. Free catalogue. W. J. TODD. 426 _North Slxth Street._ ANOTHER CAKLOAD OF BURNT wheat. samo quality. packed ln 150 pound saeks. at $1.50 per 100 pounds; $14 p?r 1,000 pounds; $27 per ton. _ W. J. TODD. 426 North Slxth Street. Poi;" saUeTone~T;y"i-'i:i;ss -ioo~egg Incubalor: also two cypress Htylo B ouldoor brooders; latest pattern; | one Chatiiam 200-egg Ineubator, wltli outdoor bro'oder; one Ideal 200-egg ln"til,ator. with outdoor brooder: niilv used for one Iiatch; wlll be sold at a great sncrlfice tiirotigh illnc-ss, ns owuer ls golng away. FRED BUR DEN, Box 3. Waverty, Va._ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND b'OLD at HUQHES'S. 209 Nortb Third. THE CARRIAGE MAN 18 THE LE glllmate automoblle dealor. Call ancl Hnd out who makes most of tho ma cnlneH you see on your streets to day. XV. C. SMITH & CO., 3H North Flfth. WE CAN SELL OUR ALLOTMENT OF Mitchell care beforo May 1 If thlncs continue as at present. XV. C. SMITH & CO.. 314 North Flfth. RICHMOND KEFININO COMfAN V. 1709 East Cary Street. City Contrn^. tors. Dead anlmnls removed at once 'Phone Monroe 3027. Buyers of tal low and bones. IF YOU WANT GOOD PRINTING. SEE ANDERSON PRINTING CO.. 3 Gov? ernor St. &otitz?. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that Jahnke Bros.. Jewelers, 912 East Main Streot. buy. sell. ex? change and remount alamonds In ihe latest styles. Old gold and sll - ver token in exchange. WANTED. YOU TO GET OIR PRICES on your prlntlng; we do lt good and quick. ANDERSON PRINTING CO., 3 Governor Street. fops7~wiTrb shieLds and tires! any make. anv size, for automoblles. W. C. SMITH & CO., .111 North Flfth S'treet. H. L. BAUMGARTNER. FEACTICAL eafe and lock expert. 12 South Sev? enth Street. Safes opened and re palred; comblnatlons changed; keyi made. Expert work a specialty. 'Phone Monroe 3033. SPECIAL.-WE BEO TO INFORM OUR frlends, patrons and thc publlc that thc flre whlch occurred In our o.Tlce early the mornlng of the 9th in no way tnturferes with the proper con? duct ot our business. You wlll there? fore flnd us nt the same old stand, fully equipped nnd properly klndlcd wltli n. true fceling of your inlcrcst and but'ning to serve you. Very truly, EDWARD P. ROSE COMPANY. Real Estate Agents, Auctioncers ancl Brokers. ll N. Eleventh Street. RELIABLE TRANSFER. MILLNERS, 302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunks for 25c; vallses, 15c. to any part of tne city. Claim checks issued at the house for your baggage; two men on our wagon. We inake a specialty of moving furniture and piano3. 'Phone Madison 1415. GARAGE SPACE AND SERVICES FOK a few more cars: protectlon and ser? vlces guaranteed. W. C. SMITH & CO.. 314 North Flfth Street._ $100 TO WAGER WITH THE SO called automoblle agent who asserts that the Mitchell is an assembled car. W. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Flfth Street. YOUR SAVINGb ARE OF VAST IM portance to you, and should bo do poslted in the strongest bank av_il ab'.e. The First Natlonal Bank. of Richmond, Va., has for over forty years conducted a successful banklnt; buslness at No. 1104 East Maln Stroet, and haa ovor 92.000.000 of lta own money to protect your savings. It allows 3 per cent. Interest on savlngs accounts. IF YOU WANT FIRST-CLASS JOB printing. brlng us your work. AN? DERSON PRINTING CO., 3 Governor Street. NOT1CE TO B1DDERS.?THE BOARD of trustees of Glles School Distrlct, Amelta. county. Va.. wlll, at Amella C. H., FEBRUARY 15, 1910, between the hours of 1 and 2 p. m., receive blds for the erectlon of a school building of six classrooms and an as? sembly hall. Speclflcatlons for the same can be seen at tho oflluo of C. M. Roblnson. Archltect, Tenth ancl Main Streets. Richmond. and at store of II. O. Marshall, Amolta, Va. By order of Board of Trustees DR. PHIL SOUTHALL. Pres't; B. TRUEHEART. Clerk; DAVID HANDLE. ?Hantefc WANTE D:"FURNITUrt?^A^r5Tt6^SE^ hold effects to sell at auctlon- 1m mediate returns. MAYO SALVAGE CORPORATION. 1402 East Main. *Phone Madison 7316. WANTJ-.D. TO BUY FOR CASH.TlOUSE hold goods in any quantlty. 'Phono Madison 3S61. WANTED. ALL KINDS OF COMMER clal prlntlng; quick dellverv; rea onable prices. ANDERSON PRINT? ING CO.. 3 Governor ?t WANTED. HORSE AND^'C^TtUGl.TY"; reasonablo. Address c 102 caro Tlmes-Dlspatch. EXPErTeNOI'.D ? STENOaRAPHER wants half days work, mornlng or evenlng- C 101. caro Tlmos-Dls pnlch._^^ WANTED. YOU TCTSAVK MONEY BY . placlng your order for awnlngs with / us now and let us have them ready for sprlng, ns prices wlll be hlgher Ihen. Call Madison 7307. SOUTH? ERN TENT AND AWNINQ CO, WANTED. PATENT; WILLPURCHASE patent rlghts of nn article of merlt where capital and puBh/can bo used to brlng results; partlculars ln full first lotter. Address a 33. oaro Tlmes-Dlspatch. AUTOMOBILES.?WANTED. -pARTrK? deslrlng domonstratton of the Mitch? ell earn to oall on W. C. SMITH & CO., 314 North Flfth Stfoet; 'Mi&dLntunu*.' ,wiWi*?.?4 -*-"*-**????? ifltecellantoug. " l'OLK Mll.Ll.llCJi/aRTETT RECORDS NOW ON~SALE. COME | nnd hear them. Better than tha oi'M-ln.il, C H HAYNEH & CO. " SHOE REPAII'.INO. 76C. HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; LA. dlea*. 80a Every pair scwed. Best leather. DREWS ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 710 Eaat Mftln. 'Phono Monroo 2687. Wlll send for shoes and return. _UCHANAN'snNlGJia:"^cTio"6X7^ bookkeeping; civil servicei brancbos and elocutlon. 908 Eas*. Clay Streel. for-man' biT beast] FRATSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINI ment. Over forty years' test proves lt the bost, 25c a bottle at all drug glsti. SECURE YOUR. VBHICLE3 BEFORE the spring advance In prlces at W. C. __SMITH &_CO_/S._J5U North Flfth. __ FURNITURB ANT) CHINA"PACKINO. FUHNITURE, CHINA~AND WEDDING presents packed and shlpped wlth care. Estlmates checrfully glven. JACOB UMLAUF. 705 West Main Street. 'Phono MAdlnon 3232. WATCir~REPAIRlNG] YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN cd by WM. TOBIEN. JR.. ls a guar anteo **.at lt la done properly. Twentf yonra' experienoe. Cleaning. $1. Main sprlngs. 31. 408 East Broad Street. All work guaranteed. optician! IF YOU CAN'T SEE. GO TO DR. II. BREITSTEIN. the Optlclan. at IIK East Broad, and he wlll examlne your eyes nnd flt you wlth proper glnsspB from $1.00 up. Flfteen years of practlcal and sclentlflo experienco at your dlspoaal. Tnr.rsilOES_'THAf WEAR. ' THE CHTMBORA20 SHOE IS THE shoe for slyle and wcor?$.1.50 and $?1.00; ladies'. $3.00. J. R. GOODE & SON. 1447 Jjjast Main Street. GOODErS CHrMBORAZO SHOE. ALL leather. mado to wcar well; style and flt, $2.50 and $4.00. 1447 East Main Street. WE CAN FIT YOU AND SUIT YOU in style., and at tho right prlce. ___???DE'S- yl^il?1tI1_anaLMaln BU. 2-LB. RAISIN CAKE, 25C; 3-LB. JEL ly Rolln, 26c,; r, loaves Brend for 25c.; 100 Eemon Cakos. 35c. DRINKARD'S. 423 1-2 North Slxth Street. aSHfjere to _&top m tft'rginfa. THE JEFFERSON, Richmond, Va. The most magnificent Hotel ir the Soutli. Europcan plan, Roonis single and en suite, with and without baths. $1.50 per day and upwards. Spacious sam? ple rooms. Booklet on applica tion. Table d'Hote Dinners Saturday and Sunday evenings 6 to 9 o'clock, S1.50 each. _ ^jt "A CALLED COMMUNIOA.TION XX of Fraternal Lodge, No. 53, A. F. 'VN and A. M? wlll bu held at tho Masonic Temple THIS THURSDAY EVENING at :s o'clock for the purpose of paylng thc last sad trlbute of re spect to our docoased brother, C. H. Rlchardson. Members of sister lodges nnd translent brcthren are fratornally invlted to unlte with us. Bv order of the Worshlpful Master. WM. REINHEIMER. _ Secretary. ~j& A STATED C^lMUNlCATION YY of Mctropolitan Lodge. No. 11. rY\ A. F. and A. M.i wlll be held in tbe Masonic Temple. THURSDAY EVENING. February 10, 1010. at 7 o'clock. Members of sister lodges and translent brcthren are curdijfliv in? vlted. ~ By ordor of the Wrorslilpful Master. XV. N. WATKINS', Secretary. i'HE ANNUAL MEETING OF tTHo stockholders of tbe VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS COMPANY, for tho pur? pose of electlng dlrectors, and for the transaction of such othor busi? ness as may lawfully como before the said meeting. Including the ap? proval of all of the acts of the Board of Dlrectors and all commiltees thereof of sald company ln the past year, wlll bo hold at the ofllce of tho company, Homestead Hotel, Hot Sprlngs, Va., on TUESDAY, THE 22D DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1910. at 12 M. Tho transfor books wlll closo Mon dav. Fobruary 14, 1910. at .". P. M., and remain closed untll 10 A. M. Wednesday, February 23. 1910. A. TREVVETT. Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THB stockholders oC tho Richmond Trans fer Company wlll be held at their office. 809 East Main Street, at 13 o'clock noon WEDNESDAY. FEBRU? ARY 9. 1910. XV. T. DARDEN. Secretary. thTSr1T~vytll be a meeting of citizens opposed to the annexatlon of Manchester under tho proposed ordinance. at Y. M. C. A. Bulldlng, corner Slxth nnd Main Streets, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910, at 8:15 P. M. JNO. P. BRANCH, N. W. BOWE. LBVIN S. JOYNES. CHAS. \V. HARDWICKE, F, XV. SCOTT. A. H. CHRIST CAN, JR., .1AMES CASKIE, _WM. ELLY SON,_ THP1 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of Tho E. B. Taylor Company wlll bo held at the ollico of tho company. Richmond, Vo? on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1910. at 3 o'clock P. M. XV. E. HENDERSON. _.Secretary. " OFFICE VIRGINIA FIRE ANOMARINB INSURANCE COMPANY; Richmond, Va., Feb. io, 1910. (VNNUAL MEETING OF HTOCKIIOLD UJlg?Tha regular annual meeting of Stockholders wlll be held at tho eompanv's oilloo, No. 1015 East Main Street Richmond, Vn., on TUESDAY, tbe 2'M lnstant, at 12 o'clock M. Transfor books wiil bo closed from Fobruary UHh to February 23, 1910. WILLIAM lt. McCARTHY. Secrotnry, ?>enlcb $ropotfaltf. ~tYuo'.^iTrT1^ of tbe Supervlslng Archltect. Wash? lngton, D. C, Fobruary 2, 1910. Sealed IproportUS wlll bo ,veoelvod at thls ofllce untll 3 o'clock P. M. on the 17TH DAY OF MARCH. 1910, and then opened, for the construction of tho tt s Post-OfTIco, Court House anil Custom House at Richmond, Virglnlu, ln ncoordiuice wlth tho ilrawings and speclllctitlons, coples of whlch may bo oblulncd froiu tbo Cusiodlan at Rich? mond, Va-, or at this office, at tho dta oretion of tho Supervlslng Archltect. JAMES KNO.\ TAYLOR, Supervlslns Archltect* ?,. - 1 ?cat e&tatt for &>ate. &eat C.ratc for <g>ate. 400 Feet on South Side of Stuart Avenue EAST OF TILDEN STREET, DEPTII 173 FEET, ONLY, T-Tfj $32.50 Per Foot MONEY TO LOAN IN ALL AMOUNTS ON CITY REAL ESTATE, POLLARD & BAGBY. Real Estate First Mortgages Well Secured, $31,250.00 at 5>_ per cent. $7,300.00 at 5U per cent. $l.".,7.*.O.00 ar r.'tj per cent. Sfi.ono.OO nt t; per cent $12,000.00 nt r,V_ per cent. . $3,000.00 at fi per cent/ $7,575.00 at 5',5 per cent. $3,000.00 at 6 por cent.' J. A. CONNELLY & CO. T.D.-2-10-10-U Nn. 005 E. Maln St. VACANT GROUND Attractive Prices 271x135 Floyd Ave. corner included - $56.00 1 13x135 Hanover, corner included - - $52.50 CHARLES A. ROSE CO. West Marshall St. Ttvo-story Brlck Dwelllng, ln excel? lent condltlon, $2,500. Rent, $210. Safe, Investment with hrlght future. X. XV. BOWE & SON. -? , , , . , FOR SALE, P,ARK AVE. CORNER Lot close tr> the Boulevard. $11.25 per foot. Cheapest cornpr to lio had. Come early and in person lf you want thls bargaln. X. W. BOWE & SON. West End Lots Just west of tho Boulevard, on all prominent Street*.. In?ldc facts wltli inside prices. Severai special bargains. N. W. BOWE &. SON. Wanted Owner to Build Garage On the south side of Broad Street be? tween Shnfcr and Ryland Streets, for good tenant. See N. W. BOWK & SON. '. t , _ ,-? *-*-*'-'? &eatebjfropo&iIj^ STATE ADOPTION OF HK3H SCHOOL Text Books.?At a meeting of the Stato Board of Educatlon. held on January 7, 1010, an order wa.s cn tered authorlzlng tho beoretary ot thc State Board of Kducntlon to ad vertiso for blds ln tho matter of the aelectlon of text books for hlgh schools for a term of not less than four year3. beglnnlng August 1, 1910. ln aceordanco wltli the provlslons ot sald resolution. I heroby glve no? tlce that on or boforo APRIL 15, 1910 at l'J o'clock noon, at tho offlce of tho Stato Board of Educa? tlon, at Richmond. Va., sealed pro posals tviil bc rocelvod for supply Ing publlc schools of the Stato of Virginia with text books for uso ln tho hlgh schools Of tho Stato as prcvlded by law. Such propoBals are rcciucstcd on both tho slngle llst plnn and tho multlplo llst plan. and should state the prices at whlch each book offered will bo sold to thc chlldren or patrons ot the schools and tho exchange prices whero such book shall tako the placo ot a book now ln vise. A clrcular glvlng a copy of the law under Mthlch thls adoptlon ls mado and other partlculars wlll be mailed on appllcation. Tho rlght ls rcserved to roject any and aU blds. , -A. Glven under my hand thls loth day of January, 1910. R. C. STEARNES. Sec'y to State Board of Educatlon. _&crjool*L McGUIRE'S Sic'hoo. Opposlta Moaroa Park. Forty-nfth Sesslon. Prepares for all unlvorsltles and colleges. JOHX V. MoOUlHE. Prtnclpal. TheValentine Museum _LEV?NTH AND CLAY STREET& Cpen dally (rom 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Adtnlulo J 25c. Frwon Satutdavt. The Contederate Museum TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS. OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. AL ADM1SSION, 25c SATURDAY I<"REE. PltESnVTEUY LY SESSIO.Y. Three MlnlstcrM Sever Relatlnns for Vnrtuua Iteanoua. [Speclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Staunton. Va.. Fobruary 9.?%\t a called moeting of Lexington Presby tery, held at tho Flrst Church hero to day, Rev. A. S. Wauchope, of Brldgo wator, was dlsmlssed to Durnnt Pres byterv, ln Olclnhoimi; Rov. S. T. Ruff nor, of Broadway. waa roloaaed from hls ohargfl on account of III health. and tho pastoral relatlons ot Rov. Geo. \,. Brown nnd M'lvssanutton Church. ln Itoelclngham county, wero dlssolved. The enll of Rov. R C, Strlbblng. nf Waynesboro, to Petersliurg, dld not conio beforo thc> body., ACT1XCJ MAYOR TllBEATKXEU.j llUu-1. llsiul l.etter 'l*urnecl Over to POStnl MiUiorltteH. [Speclul to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch. J Lynohbltrg. Va., Fobruary 0.?Pollce Justico Whttnkor, who ls ae.tlng Mayor. has reeelvod a "Black Hand" lotter. ln u-lilch ho ls warnod not to tlno nddl tlottnl people luilod hofore hlm for per mlttlng lliolr dogs to run at large, In vlolatlon of a now elty ordinance. Tho postal nuthotltlea havo tho lettot'. aud lt Is expeoted tho writer wlll bo ap prohended Bhortlv, fnr-there. aro clewa I'or, Uio uutiionik'-i W start uuou, Suctfon &aIetfjJE3)fe ?ap. "TTy"cr"r.X?i"_. L. Deltoon?^ Rcal Estate Auetloneers. . SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ,1 OFA iTl LARGE LOT 0ii*S?gn. SOUTH SIDE OF CAR"S STREET. BETWEEN LOMBAED1 D^M^Io^wfZ&S1^ ** No. 1619 W. Cary Street THEREON. THE LOT HAVING A FRONTAGE OF 126 FEET ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CARY STREET1 AND RUNNINCr BACK 150 FEET. At tho rcquest of the parties In in? tcrest, who are selling Xor a dlvlsion w'e wlll offer at publlc auction, on thc promlses, on TUESDAY-. FEBRUARY S. 1910. at 5 o'clock P. M., thc very attractlve bulldlng lot. wltli dwelling No. lfii.3 West Cary Street. This ls a most de? slrable location for several medium slzed dwellinga that wiil pay hand somcly as an investment. Tho parties aro determined to sell, so a bargainl may be expected. TERMS: Liberal and announced at| sale. C. L. & H. L. DENOON. Auetloneers. POSTPONEMENT. Tho above sale is postponcd on ac? count of rain till THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10, at same hour. C. L. &. H. L. DENOON, Auctioncers. Ry C. L. & H. L. Denoon] Real Estate Auctloncers. AUCTION S'ALE OF TIIE DESIRABLE NEW. DETACHED DWELLING NO. 1602 NORTH TWENTY-EIGHTH STREET. At tbo request of tbo owner, who ls dotermlned to sell, wo -wlll offer at publlc auction, on tho premiscs, on THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1910. at 5 o'clock P. M.. the new, medlum slzed dwelllng. No. 1602 North Twon ty-elghth Stroet, containing slx large rooms c.onvenlently arranged. The dwelllng ls well cotistriicted. and par? ties belng dotermlned to sell, a bar? gain may bo expected. Terms ca.^y, and announced at sale. C. _U & H. _. DENOON, Auetloneers. 3Bapj_ TRUSTEE'S^ALE OF Valuable Real Estate By virtue of tho power contalned in a deed of trust from Mosos T. Mon telro and Alfco C. Montelro. hls wife; to mo, dated the 2lst day of February. 1902, and duly recordod ln Deod Book 49, pago 157, of the County Court ot Goochland, in tho Stato of Vlrglnla, I wiil offer at publlc sale. ln front of tho Goochland Courthouse, Goochland, Va., on MONDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1910. at 12:30 o'clock P. M., all tho prop? orty described in sald deod of trust, containing 209 acres, moro or less, known as tbo Goochland Courthouse property, sltuatod at tho lntersectlon of thn Beaver Dam Chureh Road wlth the Rlver Road. aud adjolnlng the tand3 of Wllllam AVolfgram. Sr.. Cam? eron brothers and Judgo Maltau. Tho UTtprovcmoncs conslst of a dwelllng. ofllce, stable, corn crlb, chicken house., and necessary outbulldlTigs. Tho solJ Ih well adaptod for tho culttvatlon Ot, crops grown tn that seotlon. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. i For further particulars, apply to PHIL. H. TUCK, Trustee, No. 207 N. Calvert Street. Baltlmore, Md. _l aSealJtMate forJRcnt.^_ "^^Tv "/ foiCrent; .~~" , Elght-room Dwolllng. Chureh Hlll one block from car line, Chureh Hlll; ln flrst-elass condltlon; bath. latrohe, stove, etc. E. A. CATLIN, , _6 North Eleventh St. ' FOR RENT, Dwelllng, seven rootn^ and bath; large lot with stable, Park Avonuo near Boulevard. Ton-room Dwolllng, contrally locat-' ed, near High School building; wll) put In ilrat.-elu.ss order for good ten ant. E. A. CATLIN, ("> North Eleventh St. '. 15% 1NVBKTMENT. Jackson Streot, two-story Fram*' Dwelllng of might rooms. ?' RENTAL $180. , PRICE |l,20f>, Henry S. Hutzler & C' 40 li. Kast Main Struofc, .;t.j )