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Want Ad. Rates.
ONE CBN T PER WORD when paid
t advance. No Ad. taken' for 1m. than
EN CENT*
L NO ADS. TAkI-nTfOR LESS THAN
ffWENTV-FIVE CENTS whtn phontd
ii or charged at the counter.
I FOR' BUSINESS CONTRACTS
(Phone Monroe i for the WANT AD
MAN to call.
lootT^unday mornTng, 6n"thk
Btrcots or Richmond ?>r Biibnrbtin
roaels lcading out of Hle:lunonel, an
engroved gold hnlt bucklc. ivlth tlio
InftlalK "1. M. T." on tho back. Uli
eral rcwnrel lf returncel lo THAL
HIMER'S, Fifth anel Broad Htrcot,
Clty._
-BAlu^SALi-SMANSHlPi BABN $1,000
to $5,000 per year; wo furnlon
wtuelentH potiltlonH whero thoy can
carn $100 por month wlillo Bludying.
PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF SALLS
M^AN8HtP, Now llavon. Cemn.
\vanted. AN experiencbd fdumb
' cr to tnko cltargo of an cfltabllahcd
buBlncBH ln town of 1,000; immt bc
Bober anel IndiistrlouB; Avrltc 'lule'k.
AelelroBH McALLlSTER HARDAVAR1
CO., I-timbcrton, N. C._
fWANTED; A' MALE1 STENC-ORAPH ER
wbn undcrstnnels goneral offlce work.
Must be toctful antl wP[i eelucatcel;
pcriuancnt posltlon. Stato experl
enco and salary e.-xpectcd. Apply D
?I8?, caro Tlmes-DI-patoli. _ _
?want icoTXTt W-i istered ' o r^beo
Istered usslstant phannaclHt. rROT
TBR'B PHARMACV. Norfolk. Va.
"WANTED, REL1ABLH NtJRSB.' Apply
Monday at 100 E. Broad St. Good
pny to rlght party^_
,\VANTED." MBN?.TO LEARN BARBER
trado; only short tlme retiulrcd:
wagea after Ilrst tnonth; Bteaely po?
sltlon guaranteed; wrltc for cata
logtic MOLER'S BARBER COL?
LEGE, 207 BoAVery, New York Clty.
IWANTED, AT CURLS-NECK FARM,
COTMAN. VA.. STABLE FOREMAN,
MARRIED, IIEAI.TIIY, SOME EX
PERIENCE WITM TEAMS. FEED
1NG AN1> CARINO FOR SAME;
MUST BE A WORKER HtMSELFi
SOBER" AND GOOD CHARACTER;
MUST COME TO FARM, SEE MAN?
AGER; NO ATTENTION TO LET
TERS ANSAV'ERING THIS AD. MAN?
AGER._ . _?
Government emPloyks wanted
?Wrlte for Richmond cxamtnation
Bchcdule; r'paratlon freo. FRANK?
LIN INSTITUTE. Dept. 363 M.. Ro
chcslor. N. Y.
EXPBRIENCED "pUBLiC ACCOITNT
ant would llko proposltlon for steady
employment from corporatlon or flrm
desiring hlgh-class seuvlco; marrlod;
omployed; reason for change on ln
ejulry; references. B 133, care Tlmes
Dlspatch._,
DENTL.i, GOOD ON IMPRESSIONS,
lllllng, extractlnK anel No. 1 labora
torv man for plate worker; prlvato
- or advertlainr; officc; E. D- STATLE
TON, 13-7 fcpruce St., Phlladelphla.
Pa._
wanted. positFon asautomobile
drlver or dcmotistrator; can furnish
beat references. Address E 034, care
Tline.s-Dlsp.itch._
CfFICK MAN OF TEN~ YEARS' EX
!?. ?.??u. ?-. pav rolls and general ofllce
' work, dcslres posdtlon In Richmond
?-.. can be convenlent to <:ountry
olaco can aleo put few thousand
tn ^aie business; best of reference*.
Uldre-i) ii .'s7. enro Tlmes-Dlspatch.
ICOJNGl-ADIEB AND UlRLa DE61R
mg posltlons with pleaaant sur
roundlngs and good pay cannot do
batter than wrlte or apply to THB
WHITLOCK. BRANCH, Twenty-thlr<
and Cnry Stroeta. Richmond. Va.
BERVANTS FOR NORTHt'WAGES $20;
tlcket furnlshed. 1.2 North i-lghlh.
wXvtedT'a woman stenogra
pher who eintier.st.ands general offlce
v work; must bc tactful nnd well edu
1 cate.l; permanent posltlon; state ex
' perlence anel salary expected. Apply
' D r,S.r>. care Tluies-Dlspatih.
(WANTED, POSITION AS MATRON OR
housekecper; ean Blve good refer?
ences. Address MRS. X., care I ust
niaster. Lynchburg, Va._
<jT~Tl IOROUI111LY BXPERIENCED
Htenographcr deslrcs to mako a
' chanse. Address A 401, care Times
Dispatch. ?
'ANA' IN'riXLlGENT PERSON^MAY
earn Kooel Income correspondlng for
' newspapers; cxporiencc unnecessary.
Address PRESS CORRESPONDING
BUREAU. AVashlnKton. D. C.
^? - ? """~?""~~M?~~*
_jTOmtcb^___
cw^ntkdTt^Tbuy for cash. house
hold goods ln any quantlty. 'Phone
Madlson 3851._
ITYPEWR-TERS AND \SEAA"ING|-MA
chlnes?Tho Young Woman's Chrls
' ' tlan j\jaoclatlon neoels sewliig-ma
! chltV-i Wid typiewrlterB for class
work. Owners of Idlo machlne.,
? who would loan them, please 'phono
' Madison 3332-J._^._
AVANTED, FOR ONE MONTH, BY A
' Northern couple, complotoly fur?
nlshed houso ln Ashlantl; must have
' yard attached and porch; can glvo
' cood reference; wlll pay $,60 a month.
Address by letter, MRS. A. OTIS, Jef
fcrson 1-Iotel. _
IWANTED. FURNITURE POLISHING,
house-cleanlng or whltcwashlng to
do. AdelpCHS JOHN MARTIN. 62S
Seventh St._
ITmAKEA SPECIALTY OF REPAIR
Ing anything-others cannot. or Avon't.
do. BICKERSTAFF, 1811 Main.
ttUMAN HAIR BOUGHT aND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 200 Nortb Thlrd.
IHCHMOND KKFIN-NO COMPAN Y,
1709 East Cary Street. Clty Cont'-iio
i tera. Dead anlmals removed at once
J 'Phone Monroe 3027. Buyera of tal
low and bones._?
,S'SK YOUK GROCER FOR THE BEST
sausago made. It's SMITHFIELD.
|)R. I. II .LEION, 718 E. li'RANKLIN
? Street, Richmond, Va.: I take greal
s pleasuro ln recommending your renv
{ edy for reduclng flesh. I took youi
I treatment for flvo weeks and reducoe'
forty pounda; advlso any ono suf
j ferlng Avlth lt to consult Dr, I. H
i Lolon at onco. Yours truly, MRS
L. F. D. _
-r1 - -'?
jqtHlPTy' ' AND QUANTITY ARE
guaranteed from ub. AVe havo oak
plno or Blab Avood, and our prlcos
1 are rlght. Wo'pleaso ovoryboely.
i Phono Madlson 6913. NORTH' CTARO
? LINA AVOOD AND * COAL. CO., 83'
Brook Avenue._
STlE AVOO'D MAN "iS S10L.L.ING OAl?
' anel plno wood, $2.75 to $3.25 hal
, cord, ilo hus maelo a spoclal-Btuel;
?? o? Avooa for over twelvo years, Oal
' antl plno slnb_, $2.50 to $2.75. I an
! knoAvn as LONG. THE AVOOD MAN
' Phonns Madlson 105!) and 1070.
K^~BUTS^5NE-IIALF c61TD~"PRE
pareel plno ltlndllng avoocI. AVhy pa:
$3.25 Avhein you can got tho sam
t resultB from" thls. Try a load. SAM
' UKL H. COTTRELL & SON, Phon
Madlson 177.__j_
SVOOD THAT BURNS, GIVES HEAT
I ani'selllng nbout throe cars a day
? oak antl plno same price: my con
i burns to porfect nsbos. Coke, $5 tor
? Try the WOOD MAN, MatSison 1069,
Jtoarbing.
LARGB, BBtOlP" AND ATTRACTIVIO
roomn for rent, wlth or without
board, Rea.onablo rates. Refer
cnc-? rentilrod. 412 Nortlt lolithth
Btreet, 'Phono Mndlson 1600.
VTTPT LtJRAY. 40. EAST MAIN
HoornH und tahie bonrrt: convnnlenl
tn Hirnngers. 'Phono 12r,0-.T.
ildAIIIlKIlK FOR DKIiiailTFtir.
rooms: also table board. fl West
Franklln. ?_ ______
wanrmf)7~TioaITdi-Tih von nice,
brlnrht rooms. Annlv 103 East Oraen
.Room* for jRcrtV __
WI-BN?-: YOTJ COMB TO RICHMOND
stop whero you can get a clcan,
conifortablc bed for BO cents; central,
-re/tned nelghborhood; heat, bath;
phone froo; excellent menls Borvec]
nexf door. 1002 East Clay.
FOR RENT, NEATLY FURNISHED
roomo at 718 Enst Marshall Street.
CENTRALLY LOCATED FURNISHBD
or unfurnlshcd rooms, 807 East
Orace Ktreot. _
_ J^oonw! UHante^
^^TKiT^y' GftNtl-I-MAN ' AND
wlfe, two unfurnlshed rooms, wlth
prlvflego of bath: board or coiWo
nlent to board; .private famlly pro
ferred; stato terms and location.
C 457, care Tlmes-Dlspntrh^._
3EUal j^tjijtcjor^alc^
FOREST LODGE IS A PLEASANT
innnston of a hundred rooms, wlthin
twenty mlntitf. of Rlchmond and
threo hours ot Washlngton. Jt ls
thn private dwelllnp of Its owner,
but would be sultahlc for a coun?
try club or a .anltarlum or a flrst
class suburban resort. As a mld
wny polnt for cllmatlc travel, It
unltes more advantages than can bn
found elsowhero betwcen New Kng?
land and tho troplcs. Apply by let?
ter only to CAPTAIN CUSSONS,
Luck Box 612, Rlchmond, Va.
for" saXIT a. large; MODERN
house nenr L>oe Moniiment. Address
IC 685, care Tlmcs-Dtspatch._
FOR SALE, CHEAP, TWO LOTS ON
Jamestown Boulevard, Seventh Ward,
Norfolk. C. W. PEARCE. Owner.
FREE REAL ESTATE REGISTER; 200
select country homes. II. W.* 111L
LEARY t. CO.. Charlottesvillo, Va.
FARM5 aND THVIBER LANDS.?MY
new catalogue contalns 400 farma
and timbor lands; best bargains in
Virginia. I pay your railroad faro,
Wrlto for free catalogue. Address
3. R. ELAM. Box ..7. Charlottesvillo,
Va._
FOREST LODGE IS FOR SALE; NC
?agents. Apply. by letter only tc
CAPTAIN CUSSONS, Rlchmond, Va.
FOR SALE, WEST END LOTS. NEAI
Boulevard. Phone Madlson 146".
J&ta^tetatttotj&wt^Z^
FOR RENtT^AT $35 PER MONTH
nn unexpired lease on eleven-rooir
house; ccntral location. Address C
470, care Times-DIspatch._
_f or _>ale_
FOR SALE, CABIN LAUNCH, WITF
12-horse power, four-cyle. two-cylln
der englne; everythlr.g complete
, launch and englne ln fir.t-class con
dltlon; wlll sell vcry cheap or ex
chanfje; wlll send plcture. A. B
EDMONDS, 222 Thlrty-flrst Strect
Newport News, Va._
BICKERSTAPF*S BUSINESS BICY
elos fruarantced kept In repair free
1S11 Main. _
WAGONS! WAGONS! WAGONS OI
every descrlptlon. for every use
Call and bo convlnced. Lowest price
and ''est terms. A. MEYER'S SONS
7.1 East Cary.
WILL KKLlTOR EXCHANGE A 25
horsc power Erle City boller, locomo
tlvo type; wo want a 1-rger boller
thi. boller haa seen less than on
year's actual secvlce; TioW runnin;
at 120 po.nds steam pre. sure; lu ??oo
conditlon; price, $175 if bought a
once; enn bo seen three mlles fror
Columbla, Va.. at our mill. H. T
BAKER & CO._
FOR SALE. ONE UPRIGHT WELLING
ton Piano. 260S West Maln. Appl,
after 6 P. M._
FOR SALE, OAK .JIN1NG ROOM SE1
1S15 West Graco St.-_t__
FOR .SALE. AT ONE-FIFTH OF IT
value, a flrst-class Vlctoria cariiasc
witli rubbor tlres; a ftrcat barg.iir
Address B? P. O. Box 494._
COLUMBIA DOUBLE D1SC RECORDS
65c: four-mlnuto Indestructihle cy
linder records, 50c; two-minule, 35c
wJII flt any phonograph or graplio
phone, Graphophoncs on easy pay
ments. THE TALKING MAC1UN1
CO.. 207 N. Flfth St.
BAfiBEItS' SHEARS, CLlPPER
ground and sharpened satlsfactorlh
BICKKRSTAFF'8. 1811 Maln._
WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOV
that Jahnke Bros., /ewelcr.. 91
East Main Street, buy. sell. ex
change and remount diamond-.l
the latest styles. Old sold and -11
ver taken ln exchange._
REMOVAL NOTICE.?P. H. C. CABEL
has removed hls law offlces to Rooir
102S, 1029 and 1030, southwest coi
ner, Mutual Buildlng. Rlchmond, V:
A TABLE AND MeBTcTNAL WATE
?without a peer?flvo gallons for 25
dellvered?Holly Springs Lithia Vft
ter.' 'Phonea; Madlson 6232 and 562
WE WANT THE WAGE-EARNER, A
well as others, to call the FIRS
NATIONAL BANK OF RICHMON
hls bank. We want to asslst hlm t
acqulro the habit of savlng. If yt
are not a depoBltor, commonco ti
day, Three per cent Interest pa
ln savings dopaitment. Banklr
hous. No. 1104 East Maln Street.
Dlspatch._'_'
MONEY LOANED TO INVENTORS T
patent good ideas. JOHN WEDDEI
BURN, Capltallst. Brookland. D. C.
WANTED, A PARTNER WITH $1,5C
to invest ln a eliomical business.
good thing for the rlght man. Ac
dress F 542, care Timos-Dispatcli.
TREASURER AND OFFICE MA
wanted by a mercantllo house in tli
city; do not apply unless you ce
place wlth the company from $1,0
to $5,000 at S per cent. Interest; lr
medlate positlon at $150 por mon
opon to rlght party. P. O. Box IC
City,_ ._
DR. I. H. LEION, THE GREAT EURi
pean Speclalist; send for hls book i
men; only 10 cents. 718 E. Frankl
Stroot,
BUSINESS MEN BUY GOOD BICYCt
tlres; puneturos renalred free. BICI
ERSTAFF'S, 1811 Maln.
Stauntori, Va., Maroh 1, 1910.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE CO
structlon bf about three and on
hnlt' (_?> mlles of macadam ro
at Craigsvllle, Vn., wlll, bo rocolv
nt the county clork's ofllco at Stau
ton, Va., untll 10 o'clock.A.
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910. Pla
und speclflcatlons tnny bo seen at t
nbavo ofllce. or nt tho otlleo of t
Stato Ilighway Commlssioner, Rlc
mond, Va. \,
A oei-Uflerl'ohe.k for twu hundr
nnd fifty -($210) dollars shnll ncmoi
pany oiich bld, ' The ccnnnktrie i
seive tho rlght to re.leet any nnd
blds. An englneer will uo ut Cral,
vlllo Wednesday, March 10 lf'10,
Ko over tho work wlth nrospecti
bldders, ;
Prnnosals should bo addressed
county clerk nt Staunton, Vn..
clthor member of thn eommtU.n.
Mr. I,. li, Moore, of Craigsvllle, w
bo glad to show any one ovor t
road nt any tltno.
T, M. SMILEY,
J. G. FULTON,
Commlttea
DAILY -PUZZLES
What State?
ASSWBIl TO YI-.TEI-DAY'S PUZZLB
XVnltt..
itlia?llanjou^
SHOE' RBPAIRING,.
7BC, HALF-SOLE MEN'S SHOES; 7_A
dles'. 80c. Kvery pair aewed. Be.t
leather. DJtEW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY, 716 East Maln. 'Phono
Monroe 2667. Wlll send for shoea and
return. ._
BONE AND NERVE LINIMENT.
FORTY-FIVE YEARS A SUCCESS?
After belng mado and used ln thou?
sands of homes as the best remedy
for all aches und pains for forty-flvo
years, we have declded to show our
appreclation by doubling the size of
our 25c bottles. You will nover know
how much difference thero could be
InOiniment untll you havo trled the
old orlginal FRAYSER'S NERVE
AND BONE LINIMENT. For Man
or Beast.
COUGH AND COLDS.
FRAYSER'S SYRUP WILD CHERRY
and Tolu, for coughs and colds, ls
another flne remedy. Tastes better
and acts qulckcr than anythlng on
tho markot. Largo bottles, 25c.
Made only by J. W. FRAYSER &
CO.. 1801 E. Maln.
EDISON RECORDS.
FOR MARCH, NOW ON SALE; COME
and hear them. "Has Anybody Here
Seen Kelly" In sheet muslc. C. B.
HAYNES & CO.
LARGE CARNATIONS. 35 CENTS PER
dozen. M. A. WHITTY, Phone Madl?
son 2389-J. _
GASOLENE 14C GALLON.
GASOLENE ONLY 14c THE GALLON
at SCOTT'S DRUG STORE, Old Mar?
ket Place.
the" annual^^Sieeting of the
stockholders of the Tredegar Com?
pany wlll be held at the company's
office. In tho city of Richmond, on
MARCH 16, 1910, at 12 M.
J. R. J. ANDERSON.
Secretary Tredegar Company.
Rlchmond. Va.. March 1. 1910.
9utttoj^^alE^^f^eJDapsL
By Rlclicson & Crutchfleld,
Real Estate Agents and Auctloneers.
AUCTION SALE OF
?- Nos. 513 and 515
N. Twenty-Sixth St.
ON TUESDAY, MARCH 8,
AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
We wlll offer for sale, at Public Auc
tlon, on the prcmlses, theso vory de
slrable Dwelllngs. The houses contaln
6 rooms and bath. nnd are ln thorough
order, having been recently papered
and repaired, and will mako snug
homes or protitable invcstment.
TERMS: Easy and at sale.
By Pollard & Bagby.
AUCTION SALE FOR DIV1SION
OF
THAT DESIRABLE PIECE OF PROP?
ERTY KNOWN AS NO. 908 NORTH
TWENTY-SEVENTII STREET, CON
SISTING OF A FIVE-ROOM COT
TAGE HOUSE AND A LOT FRONT
1NG ABOUT SIXTY FEET ON THE
EAST SIDE OF TWENTY-SEVENTH
STREET, BETWEEN O AND P STS.;
\LSO NO. 625 NORTH TWENTY
SEVENTII STREET. CONSISTING OF
A DETACUED SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
IN GOOD ORDER. EXTRA LARGE
LOT. _ f"
We will sell at auction, on the pre
ml.es, on \
THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH,
at 5 o'clock, tho property, No. 90S North
Twenty-seventh Street, and at 5:3(
o'clock the housc and lot, No. 625 Nortl
Seventh Street, both of whlch are de
scrlbed above.
It ls necessary that thls propertj
should bo sold to settle up an estate.
TERMS: One-fourth cash, and the bal
ance on long time, or all cash if de.
3 slred. . p0LTjAR_, & BAGBY,
T|'- Auctloneers.
D
By C. L. ? H. L. Denoon,
Real Estate Auctloneers.
. TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF THE
VERY DESIRABLE AND SUBSTAN
TIALLY BUILT RESIDENCE,
No. 1912 Floyd Ave,
BETWEEN PARK AVENUE AND
/ MEADOW STREET.
By vlrtue of a deod of trust, datei
September 5, 190S, and of record in thi
clerk's offlce of the Rlchmond Chancer;
Court, D. B. 199 "B" page 147, defaul
having been mado In the payment o
a certaln' noto thereln securod, I wll
sell by public auction, on tho prem
lses, on
FR1DAY, MARCH 11. 1910.
at 5 o'clock P. M., the handsome rcsl
denco, No. 1912 Floyd Avenuo, botweei
Park and Meadow Streets. Tho rirop
orty beglns at a polnt 182 feet east o
Meadow Street and runs eastwardly a
a polnt 26 feet 8 inches on tho nortl
llno ot Floyd Avenue, and thonco run
ning northwardly from sald front, bo
tweon parallel lines 179 feet 9 lnohe;
to an alley ln the rear 20 feet wide
Tho dwelling I. a most substantla
two-story brick structurc, contalnini
about nlne rooms, with all the usua
conveniences, and ls comparativel:
n<5TERMS- Cash as to oxpenso of exo
eutlng thls trust, any taxes duo am
unpald and prorata portlon of thc
curront year's taxes, and pay th
amount of money now .J"0.0." s.11';
noto nnd a credit as to tho followini
notos: $81. payablo September 6, 19,10
*8l payable Mtircli 5. 1911, and tw
notos on. of $-.700 and ono of $81
naviU ln Soptombor 5, iflll; balanco a
ono and two years, all defcrred pay
inents to he ovltloncod by negotlabl
nntes of tho purchnser, hoarlng lnter
est at tho rato of 6 per cetU.- per an
liiiin, f'ul securod hy docd of trus
upon tli/a property.
1 , C. L. DENOON,
Trustoe.
_&diool?..
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE '&H_r*\9
MCDICINE-DCNTI$TRY-l*HAKMAOV
TEAM SHOWS UP WELL
IN OUTDOOR PRACT1CE
Virginia Has Classy Line of Material and Ex
pects to.Win From Every South?
ern Competitor. s
C'liarlottosvlllo, ? Vh? March 6.?Utn
plrc Charles Rlgler, of tlie Natlonal
League, now Iins olinrge of tho pltch
Ing Btaft of the Virginia baseball
squad, maklng suggcHtlons coming
from lnllmatof assoclatlon wlth the
Klab artlsls ln' tho business. Ho wlll
bo an cxtremoly valuable assistarit to
Coach Rold, ono of O'o best baseball
players ln college atlilotlcs, who ls
barred from partlclpatlon In Unlverslty
summer ball for compensntlon.
Tho outdoor practlco tho past w?>ek
has demonstrated that Virginia has an
aelmlrablo chancc of bcatlng every
Southern compctltor. Rold has beon
coachlng tho candldntes for lnlleld
posltlons, havlng played a slar game
at Ilrst base hlmself. "Pop" Lannlgan
has been teachlng the outflclders how
to get under long flles. Tho dlvlslon
of tho ?ixty candldatcs Into threo clas
bcs enables a great amount of Indlvl
dual attentlon to bo glven. Both Lam
beth Flold and the diamond lald off
ln the excavatod plot east of tho main
flold nre the scenes of groat actlvlty,
and thero Is always a crowd ot unefer
graduates out to tvatch the progress'
of tho mon.
Scrub games wlll be the order of
thlngs until the flrst contest with
Woodbury Forest on Saturday, March
10. Tho flrst contest wlll almost cer?
tainly seo In action II. E. Jone?_ Mie
basketball centre, tvho made a record
In husoball at Lawrencevllle, anel D. A.
Grant, last year's EplHuopoi High
School's maiiiBtay ln tho box. Jonos
Is a long, Avlry twlrlcr, Avho has an
nrtlHtlc dollvory and shbots the hall In
wlth both curves and speed. Wltmer
la rogularly to bo Been among tho pltch
ors, and great thlnga aro expected of
hlm thls year. J. B. Stratton, Avho re?
cently underwent an operatlon at the
unlverslty hospltal, haa beon a con
stant spcclator, and avIII come out ln
baBcball toga to-morrow lf his physi?
clan permlts. Culbortson Is roundlng
Into form, whlle AV. AV. Douglas, who
has hnel most of his tlmo tnken up
wlth trnck work, ls expected to appear
thls week.
Pearaon, who rcslgnod from tho cap
talncy of the team becauso of thc pres;
8ure of studles, wlll bo out ln tho
aftornoona he ls not at work ln tho
laboratory. Tho followlng players of
last yenrs team have donned suits:
Humc, Blakonoy, Fltchett, Culbertson,
JVitmcr, Captain Plckford and Stan
ton.
BRITISHER IS KNOCKED OUT
Now Orleans, La., March 6.?.Tohnny
Coulon, bantam-welght champlon,
scoreel a knockout ln the nlneteenth
round of his battlo wlth Jem Kenrick,
the English clalmant of this tltle, late
thls afternoon. Thls Avas Coulon's
second vlctory over Kenrick wlthin
threo weeks. In tho flrst match ho
wns glven the declslon at tho end ot
the tenth round.
A crowd of about 10,000 people
crowded thc AArest Slde Athletlc Club
arcna, at McDonoghvllle, Just across
tho rlver from New Orleans, anel
shoutod themselvcs hoarso when tho
Amerlcan put the tlred Britlshcr down
and practlcally out wlth a rlght jolt
over the heart. Kenrick staggercd to
?his feet ln a totterlng condltlon just
before the refcree got to ten. It was
apparent, hoAvever, that ho had been
finlshed, and the flght was awartlcd
to Coulon.
For tho flrst flve rounels thc bout
was fast anel splrlted, with honors
even. After tho fifth round Coulon be?
gan to tvear his opponent out, and ln
the Klxteenlh, sevcntecnth and elgh?
teenth rotinds he was floored repeatcd
ly. Coulon finishcd tho flght un
nrnrked and to all oppcarances as frcsh
as when he started.
INDOOR SEASON AT VARSITY ENDEDi
[Special to Tha Tlmes-Dlspatch.1
Charlottesvllle, Va., March 6.?AA'lth
the Georgetown meet last nlght, the
Indoor season at Virginia came to a
close, and tho Orange and Blue squad
wlll have a short rest beforo golng
Into tralning for the dual meet with
the Unlverslty of Pennsylvanla ln
Easter week. Thls blg evcnt prom
tses to equal ln lmportance the dual
meet wlth Yale held at the unlverslty
last April.
Great credlt is du0 Tralner Lannl
gan for what hc has aceomplished
wlth the track team this Avlnter. It
was good tralning that carrled off the
point trophy at the George Washing?
ton. Richmond Collego and Federal
meets. He has shown wonderful fore
slght In chooslng the men who could
Avin polnts. and there has scarcely
been a A'lrglnla man to return from a
meet without a medol.
"LARRY" MARTIN OUT OF DANGER
[Special to The Timea-Dlapatch.]
Charlottesvllle. A'a.. March 6.?Latest
reports from tho bedslde of "Larry"
Martln, captain of the Virginia track
team, Indlcate that he ls much Im?
proved. For several days his condl?
tlon was qulte serious. but he is now
reportcd to bo out of danger.
The track team has suffered a se?
rious blow ln the lllness of Martln. He
has had- an envlable reputatlon ln tho
track world during his stay in col?
loge, belng a sure point winner In tho
high Jump. polo vault and the hurdles-.
In tho last named event he Is among
the very best ln the United States.
holdlng as he does the ^world's recorel
for the fifty-ynrd hurdles, lndoors, and
his frlends had hope of hla gettlng a
place on the Olymplc team the com?
ing summer. It ls practlcally certaln,
however, that he wlll not be seen on
the track agaln thls year.
TEN DAYS' MEETING OF AERONAUTS
Nlce, France^March 6.?The blg ten
day meetlng to be held here on tho
Champs D'avlatlon do La California
from April 15 to April 25, wlll bo
prccoded by a three days' cxhlbltlon
of aeronautic machlnes of all classes.
The officlal program lncludes ten
events. for which $53,500 is hung up ln
prlzes. Tho llst of prlzcs ls as fol?
lows:
Largest total distance covored, $10,
000.
Fastest lap, $5,000 .
Starttng contest (shortest distance
before machlne rlses), $2,000.
Largest slngle fllght distance, $4,000.
Tasscnger contest, $2,000.
Mechanlcs' contest, $1,000.
Greatest helght, $3,000.
Tho last two days wlll bo dovoted
Suctton ftales, Jfuture ?aptf,
By Rlcheson & Crutchfleld,
Real Estate Agents and Auctloneers,
Corner Eleventh and Bank Streets.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE
OF
TAVENTY-FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUILD?
ING LOTS IN BROOKLAND PARK,
BETAVEEN BARTON IIEIGHTS AND
GINTER PARK AND NEAR TO CAR
L1NE.
In execution of a decree of the Clr?
cult Court of Henrlco county, ontered
on February 26, 1910, ln the suit of
John M. Price et als. vs. S. Galcskl et
als? wo wlll; as special commlssloners
thereln appolnted, sell at public auc?
tlon, on the premlses, on
THURSDY, MARCH 10, 1010,
at 4 o'clock P. M., lots numberod 20,
21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 of block
threo (3) lots Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13 and
14 of block flve (5); also lots Nos. 25,
2(1, 27, 28 and 29 of block seven (7);
also lots 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 2S and 29
of block two (2), .all of sald lots be?
lng in Barton and Lamb's Brookland
Park, as shown on a plat of sald land,
duly i recorded in the clerk's offlco of
Henrlco Clrcuit Court.
Lots havo a frontage on Fendall and
Hanes Avonues of 30 feot each ,by
dopth of 135 feet to nlley, to bo sold
according to plat, and Avill be offercd
soparately nnd tn bloeks.
These lots aro locatoa ln a rapldly
lmprovlng soctlon, close to Glnter
Park, Barton Helghts and tho car llne,
nnd should command the attentlon of
Invostors and home-seekers. This salo
offers an unusual- opportunlty to se
ouro high class suburban property at
low prlces and on easy terms.
TERMS; Ono-thlrd cash, and tho res
lduo ln two oepial lnstalinonts at six
and twelvo months from day of sale,
negotlablo notea to\- the deferred pay
nients, Avlth lntorost added, and titlo
retalnocl until tho Avholo of tho pur
ohaso monoy is paldvor for all cash,
at the optlon of tho purchaser.
D. C. RICHARDSON,
M. A. POAA'ERS,
Spoclal Commlssloners.
I cortlfy that tho bond r?tiuireel by;
tlio abovo elecroo of tho spoclal com?
mlssloners has boen duly glven. Glvon
under my ha?d thls 2Sth day of F0i,.
ruary, 1910,
Tosto: S. P. AVADDILL, Clerk. .
N. B.-Take First Street Car
to Hooper Ave. Copy of Plat of
this Property can be seen at office
of Auctioneers. '
:o three cpiss-country flights called
jrulslngr contests. one from Nlce to
_ape Ferrat and back, 24 kllometers,
ror which $8,000. dlvided into three
prlzes, ls offered; ono from Nlce to
Antlbes and return, $8,000, and ono
from Nico to Cannes and return, 50
kllometers, for whlch $10,500 is of?
fered?$5,000 to winnor, $2,000 to soc
3nd, $1,000 to third, $2,500 to bo dividotl
imong thoso who cover the course. In
addition, the city of Antlbes offcrs
$300 to thc first avlator who doubles
thc llffhthoiise at Garotipe, and $200
to the sccond.
ElilLff- LEAGUE
FIXES SCIDULE
[Speclal to The Times-Dl.patch.]
Ralelgh, N. C, March 6.?The season
schedulc for the Eastern Carolina
Baseball League. comprising nincty
three game., from May 23 to Seplem
beru, Just adopted at Ralelgh, fol?
lows:
Ralelgh?At WUlmlngtori, June 2. 3,
4; July 7, S, 9; August 11, 12, 13. At
Wilson, June 20, 21, 22; July 26, 26.
27; August 29, 30, 31. At Goldsboro,
June 10, 17, IS; July 21, 22, 23; Aug?
ust 25, 26, 27. At Rocky Moitnt, June
9, 10, 11; July 14, 15, 16; August 18,
19, 20. At Fayettevllle, May 23, 24,
25; Juno 27, 28, 29; August 1, 2, 3.
Wilmlngton?At Ralelgh, Juno 6, 7,
8; July 11, 12, 13; August 15, 16, 17. At
Wilson, May 23, 24, 25; Juno 27, 28,
29; August 1. 2, 3. At Goldsboro, June
21, 22, 23; July 25, 26, 27: August 29,
30, 21. At Roeky Mouat, June 13, li,
15; July 18, 19, 20; August 22, 23, 24.
At Fayettovillc, May 30, 31, Jullo 1;
Julv 1, 5, 6; Aujrust 8, 9, 10.
Wilson?At Ralelgh, May 26, 27. 28;
June 30, July 1, 2; August 4, 5, 6. At
Wilmlngton, Jun_?9, 10, 11; July 14. is.
10; August 18, 19, 20. At Goldsboro,
May 30, 31, Juno 1; July 4, 5," 6; Augusi
8, 9, 10. At Rocky Mount, Juno 23, 24
25; July 2S, 29, 30; Septembor 1, 2, 3
5. At Faittoville, Juno 16, 17, 18
July 21. 2_P_3: August 25, 26, 27.
Goldsboro?At Ralelgh, June 23, 24
25;,July 2S, 29. 30; Snptember l. 2, 3
5. At Wilmlngton. May 26, 27, 28
Juno 30, July 1. 2; August -I, 5, 6. A
Wilson, Juno 13, 14, 15; July 18, 19
20; lAiigUst 22, 23, 24. At, Rocky
Mount, Juno 2, 3, 4: July 7, S, 9; Augusi
11, 12, 13. At Fnycttovlllc, June 0, 7
S; July 11. 12, 13; August 15. 16. 17.
Rocky Mount?At Ralelgh, May 30
21. June 1; July 4, 5, 6; August 8, 9
10. At Wilmlngton, June 10, 17. 18
July 21, 22, 23; August 25, 26, 27. Al
Wilson. June 6. 7, 8; July 11, 12, 13
August 15, 16, 17. At Goldsboro, Maj
23 21, 25; Juno 27, 28, 29; August 1, 2
3 ' At Fayettovlllo, Juno 20, 21, 22
July 25, 26. 27: August 29, 30, 31.
Favettevlllo?At Unlolgh. Juno 13
14. 15; July IS. 19, 20; August 22, 2.1
24 At Wilmlngton, Juno 23, 24, 25
I July 2S, 29, 30; Septomber 1, i\ 3, n
M Wilson, Juno 2, 3, I: .nily 7, 8, 9
August 11, 12. 13. At Goldsboro, .htn<
0 lb. 11; July I*, 16, 16T Augusi 18
lb ?n. At Roeky Mount, May 26, 37
2s"; Juno 30, ?July 1. 2: August 4, 5, 6
The ValentiiiV Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STRBETS.
Op'-n dally from 10 A. M. to S P. M. A-U-ulg i
JSc, Freeo- _-t--d_-_
EXPERT riilSES
STATE ROAD WORK
Pcnnybackcr Says Virginia Con?
struction Is Lovvcst in
Cost.
NOT ENOUGH CONVICTS
Niiiety Out of One Hundred
Counties Apply for
State Aid.
J. 15. Ponnybacker, ehlef ot the Road
Mnnagemont Bureau, United States
Offlce of Publlc Roads, was In Rich?
mond yesterday. In dlscttsslng the
otttlook for hlghway lmprbvement, hc
sald:
"AVhat has partlcularly impressed u
In our study of the road movement lt
Virginia has boen tho oxcoptlonal pro
grcsa ln tho bullding of pormanon
roads ln the" past five years as com
pared wlth all prevlous years. AVe tool
a census of Improved roads ln 190
and havo nearly comploted tho collec
tlon of data to 1909, lncluslve, an
from. present indlcatlons our lnvcstl
gatlon avIII show a mlleago of perma
ncnt roads comploted durlng thi
short perlod nearly one-thlrd as grea
ln Virginia as the total mlleage ti
1904. Thls ls very largely duo to the
establlshment of State ald and super
A'lslon and not only vlndlcates the avIs
dom of- tho plan, but shows skill anel
caro ln tho cxecutton of the law.
Ileiirllt of State Altl.
"A\"o find from observatlon that the
beneflts of State ald aro not conflnotl
to tho roads dlroctly improved, but
are largely ln evldence tn arousing
and directlng publlc sentlment In sup?
port of larger e.xpendltures and bet?
ter admlnlstratlon ln tho varlous
countles. Slnco Stato ald has beon
inauguratod ln Virginia a number ol
countles havo lssued bonds for ronel
Improvement. These, as shown by thc
report of the State Hlghway Commls?
slon, aro Culpoper, Orange, Spottsyl
vanla. Norfolk, DlnAVlddle. Greenes
vllle, Mecklcnburg, Charlotte, Am?
herst, Pulaakl. AVashlngton and Rua
soll. A Btrlklng feature ln county
bond l8sues ln thls State ls that the
bondlng countles aro ln groups, prov
Ing that tho examplo ls good anel the
movement contaglous.
"I doubt If any Stato can furnish f
botter showlng of results for an oqua
expendlturo of State funds.
"An examlnatlon of the reports o
tho State Hlghway Commissloner re
veals the fact that; over #00 mlles o
permanent roads are completed o;
have been under constructlon durlnf
tho past year, anel lt ls a noteworthj
fact that tho cost of constructlon Ii
lesss Uian ,'ln any othor Stato aid
Stato.
That tho plan of State ald ls rccolv
ing enthuslastlc support, and ls bqlnj;
fully justified. is shown by tho faci
that about nlnety out of thc 100 coun?
tles are apply Ing for Stato ald In 1910
A'lrglnla has the dtstinctlon of bcin*
the first Southern State. except Mary
land. to glve State ald to road lm
provement, and I cannot emphastr.
too strongly. Us bcneflr.ent tnfluon.c
ln hastemlng the" adoptlon ot thls pol
lcy ln the other Southern States.
In Otler Stateii.
"Gcorgla now uses Its entlro convii
forco on the roads. AVest Virginia ht
establlshed Stato aid, whlle Loulslar
wlll probably pass a State ald latv th
spring.
"Tho United States Offlce of Publ
Roads strongly favors Stato particlpt
tlon tn road work, because lt mcar
sklllcd supervlslon, permanent" road
a definlto system in lleu of tntermli
tent and tomporary malntenance. sur.
stantlal ald to tho prlnclpal roaels an
a practlcal and effcctlve utlllzatio
of convlcts In a work of genoral pub
llce benefit; 'Slnco Stato ald began 1
New .Tcrse.v In 1S91 lt ha8 beon adopto
ln prlnclple ,o. practlec by about thlrt;
States, and the unanswerable argtt
ment ln Its favor ls that not ono of th
States havo recelvcd one lota from thel
support of tho pollcy. and every
change of tho Stato ald laws has beei
toward a broadenlng of tho scope o
the State hlghway departments, am
lncreases in approprlatlon.
A Mllllon a Ycnr.
"Your sister State of Mayrland be
gan ln a small way, and ls now spend
ing $1,000,000 a year. New York ha
adopted a pollcy calllng for over $5;
000,000 a year from Stato funds. Poln
to a Stato which has forgod to th
front ln the building of good road
and you avIII find that State ald ha
been "tho potont factor ln thls progresi
Mnrvelnu- Progresi1!.
"Virginia, wlth good roads. wt
achleve a marvelous. progress, and I aT
glad to soo that sho ls on tho way t
secure .them. Tho plan of furnlshln
convlct labor and money ald ls excel
lent, as tho convlcts, thanks to th
law-abldlng tendency of the poopli
?will not go around, and consequentl
the monoy wlll round out tho dlstr:
butlon and make tho law thoroughl
effeetlvo. I suppose, as a matter c
course, that the approprlatlon wlll _
gradually lncreascd from year t
year."
Baseball Results
At Fort AArorth, Tox.: Now York Ni
tlonals, 7; Fort Worth, 0.
At Houston, Tox.: Houston, Texa
4; St. Louls, Amoricans, 1.
At San Antonlo, Tex.: Detroit, Ame
i lcans, 9;San Antonlo, Texas, 2.
At Noav Orleans: Chlcago Natlonal
6; Now Orleans (Southern), 1.
At Dallas, Tox.:.NeAV York National
9; Dallas, 1.
AMUSEMENTS.
BIJeiu?''The Knlal Weddlng."
I.nliln?Vande vllle.
''?The IIou-c Hext Door."
J. Hartley Mannors, the author
"The Houso Next Door," ln Avhl'
play tho distlngulshed. charactor-act
J. E, Dodson ls tourlng after tAvo se
sons of thls comedy ln Now York ai
which avIU bo soon ln thls clty at t
Academy to-morrow nlght, Is ono
the most successful of tho young
British drnmatlstH. Ho haa many su
cossos to hla orodlt. Ho'annual Incoi
from his plays ls sald to bo oloso
$100,000 a year. Mr. Dodson. Avho
starrlng under tho dlrectlou -?r Coh
and Harrls, ls one of".England's me
distlngulshed players. Avhosa talo
ls bost clOBcrlboel ln tho languago
Slr Honry Irvlno who called hlm "t
British Coquelln."' In the rolo of t
irrltablo old Tory ? arlstocrat, wrlt.t
ospeelally for hlm, Mr% Dodson ls st
to do tho bost work ot hla career, br
Uant as that hus been.' The come
deals Avlth high llfe ln London. tret
Ing of soclety, polltlcs -and ftnan
Tho east. |.i a rerwirkahtn ono nnd ln*
cIikIoh Frank Hobgp, Herbert Stand
Ing, J. Malnolm Dunn, Regan Itugh.ton,
Ollve Tomple, Ruth Chester, Fanla
Maritmff and Lorena Atwood.
Ellery'M tlfllid, ,
Chanulng Ellcry, the proprlelor of
tho famous Ellery Band that ls to
play In Rlchmond Frlday and Satur?
day, haa recently beon appolnted na?
tional leeturer for tho Antl-Food Trust
League at Washlngton. Mr. Ellery l?
a tnnn of broad culturo and ls vltal
ly Intorested ln tho deyelopmont and
wolfaro of hln country, and ho wlll
glvo somo heart to heart talks to his
audlenccs during tho courao of hls
nppronching tour. Mr. Ellory Is of the
opinlon that tho causcs of tho present
exorbltnnt prlcoH of tho nocessarles
of life ln thls country lio dooper than
most peoplo bcllovo, and that one must
look down Into tho very hearts of tho
whole American people ln ordor to
reach a truo solutlon of tho varlous
probloms that comfront the Unlted
States. Ellery's Band wlll glvo three
conccrts at tho Academy Frlday, Satur?
day and Saturday matinee.
MUEMSEGOtSTO
SIIPREME COURT
Judge Pritchard Grants Appeal
to Houston Coal and Coke
Company.
The Unlted States Clrcult Court ot
Appeals, slttlng at Richmond, haa
granted an appeal to the Supremo
Court of tho Unlted States in the case
of tho Houston Coal and Coko Com?
pany versus tho Norfolk and Wjestern
Railway. Judge Pritchard, In a recent
opinlon In tho case on appeal, held
that it ls not within the legltlmate
provlnco of a court of oqulty, In a con
trovorsy between interstato carrlors
and shippcrs, to Intorposc and flx a
maxlmum freight rate. Tho opinlon
alHrmcd tho ruling of tho dlstrlct
courts In West Vlrglnia.
Tho ruling, as appealed from, vlr
tually Is that courts of eaulty havo
no rlght to flx a maxlmum rate, elther
upon an indopendont conslderatlon of
what ls a reasonable charge, or by
relatlon to some other rate then or
thcretofore In force, and thereupon en-.
Joln the carrler from demandlng moro
than the rate so cstablishod, lnasmuc.i
as such an order effectually deprlvcs
an Interstato carrler of tho rlght to
flx Its rates In tho flrst Instancos, and
to chango tho same, whlch power, as
lt seems, Is concedod to tho carrler by
the Interstato commercc act.
Tho off ect ls to doclare that the In
terstatc Commcrco Commlsslon has
prlmarlly excluslve Jurlsdlctlon over
matters portalnlng to flxlng rates and
determlnlng whothor rates flled by
railroads aro falr and Just. The ciues
tion at issue is ono of great lmport
anco to railroads and shlppers, and ls
tho basls of many UtlgaUons now
pondlng in the courts. Tho record .M?
tho caso will bo proparod and for
warded to tho clork ot tbe Supremo
Court as soon as praetlcabte.
pb.tiOeTeiis
NE. BIGHT un
Meets Competition of Western
Union, Though Denying
Any Combination.
-?' The Postal Tolegraph Cable Com?
pany propoaes to meet the night let?
ter rate announced yosterday by tho
AVestorn Union. , ?
Bcglnnlng to-nlght, tho speclal rate
mossages may bo sent -from olther of?
flce.
Mossages of thls new class will be
known as "night letter telegrams.
Thoy wlll bo accepted at Postal Tela
graph offlces over tho counter or by.
tnlophono In the usual way. Tho
chargo for night lotter telegrams of
fifty words or less wlll be the regular
day rate for ten word., and one-flfth
of that rate wlll be charged for each
addltlonal ten words or less. Thoy
must be wrltton ln plain Engllsh.
Codo or clpher wlll not be permitted.
They wlll ho accepted for transmlsslon
at night and dellvory- at destlnatlon
on tho morning of the next cnsulng
business day by mail or messenger
at tho optioil of the company.
Tho Postal Telegraph Cable Com?
pany couples the foregolng announco
mont with a repotitlon of tho state?
ment recently made by President Clar
onoo H. Maokay to tho eftect that.'
tho company has always boen lnde- ?
pendent and has no Intontion of en
terlng Into any combination with the.
Western Union and Bell Telephone
Companios, and that it intonds to re
tain its Indopendenco and maintain
actlvo and aggresslvo competition ln
the telegraph Held,
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
BIJOU?All Week
Klimt and Gazzolo Present
"The Fatal Wedding"
By Theodore Kremer.
NEXT WEEK.?"Sal the Circus
Gal," wlth Vivian Prescott.
ACADBMY, TUESDAY.
Cohan & UarrlB prosont
MR. J. E. UOUSOX,
Amerlca's Foromost Character Actor, ln
J, Hartloy Mannor's Brilliant Comedy,
The House Next Door
Direot from T.Vvo Scasons' Kim at th?
Galoty Tlmatro, New York.
Orlginal Cast .nd Procluction.
ACADEMY-Fri. & Sat.
"""?, Matinee Saturday
Ellery s Royal Italian Band
rrlcos?Matlnuo, Mo to 76o: Nl.ht, _5o to |1.?
^ HOTEL DUNLOP
Oeenu Avenue and Il-ardwad-i,
Ail.ntl. City, S. J.
Refurnlshed and rodecoratad through?
out. European plan *1.50 per day and
u_ Flrst-class restaurant. Full orohw
tra- whlte sorvlce: open nll year.
tra, ??u? DELANBY. Prop.. ;.-?>
F. R. BOWMAN. Man

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