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tiful Additlon A Beautiful Place to Live Montrose Heights is situated on a beautiful plateau, pverlooking.the city of Richmond, affording a view, equal to that from Chimborazo Park; It is less than two miles from the centre of Richmond, fronting on the, NATIONAL BOULEVARD ROAD, and only ioo feet from city limits,' paved vwith TARVIA PAVEMENT and maintained by the government a? one of the finest boulevards in the world. Montrose Lots Sell at Only $3 to $8 Z And Are Worth Double Its high elevation assures pure air and plenty of" bright sunshine, with good, pure water and no smoke ?just the place for children to thrive. The Hcnrico Street Railway.will run within three blocks of the property, makiiig it 'of easy access to thc city. ' If you will see the property you will convince your? self that it is the most attractive homesite location in or around Richmond?a place ^vhere you would be glad to live. V*-J For a Home or an Investment See Montrose Heights "Up Where the Sun Shines." Put Every Dollar You Can Possibly Spare Into Montrose Heights Lots In or Around Richmond Fortunes have been quickly and easily made through wise real estate investment, and no propo sition ever held greater promise of large, quick profits than does M0NTROSE>HEIGHTS. Tbe Locatlon Is Ideal for a Home. It Is Unequalled for an Investment Buy where values are certain to increase and your profit is sure. ' 1 'MONTROSE HEIGHTS prices must increase, because it is the lowest priced good property ever offered in Richmond. , .The Ideal Home Site MONTROSE HEIGHTS " Up Where the Sun Shines." Montrose Heights Is Just tbe Place for Your Future Home It is of easy access to all parts of Richmond?one of the energetic, progressive, growing cities o? th'e country. It is high and dry, "up where the sun shines," with fresh air, good water, excellent view and de? lightful surroundings. ?? All the lots are large, with plenty of room for the children to romp and-play and grow, where you can have chickens, a garden and all the things that help to make a happy home. Stop paying rent and own yoiir home in Montrose Heights?-the most beautiful spot around Richmond?where you can escape the inconveniences of crowded quarters without sacrificing city) advantages. The low prices and easy terms on which MO NTROSE HEIGHTS is being sold make home own ing easy. BUT ACT AT ONCE. \ IVIEIj'li1 I Every Person Attendlng This Sale' Will Receive One Ticket Free on U-iifc ?-???? i Mr Xvbb i Lot Which Will Be Given Away December lst, 1910, MT I^CiCi ; Every Montrose Heights lot will soon be sold at the, present low prices. Will you buy now at "first hand," or will you wait and pay the other fellow a profit? "" Come Out and See the Property If'you appreciate rare value you will buy. Take Broad and Main car to Chimborazo Park and auto will meet you, or walk less than half .a mile o; i th'e National Boulevard. SALE OPENS TO-MORROW MORNING AT 9 O'CLOCK An Unusual Investment At present friccs Montrose Heights is the most attractive investment Richmond has ever known. ... Its location and its grand natural advantages are assurances that values will soon treble. The C. & O. Railway will soon build One Million Dollar shops on a 350-acre tract just east of Montrose Heights. Montrose Heights is the logical #home sec? tion of the C. & O.'s skilled mechanics. When the shops are built Montrose Heights prices will advance rapidly. Note These Easy Terms iThen $10Down $l?4k No lnterest or Taxes for Three Years The Henrico Street Railway will, upon completion, run within three blocks of the property, and will soon pass it or run through it. That will increase Mont? rose Heights values. The National Boulevard is an asset possesse'd by no other addition. Wise but not hard restrictions, and our rule of selling only to desirable people insures a good neigh borhood. ' f , Nearly all Richmond property is a good invest? ment, but none equal Montrose Heights in certainty of-large, quick profits. v.__._i_J WIL.ES LAND COMPANY, City Agents, Telephone 6905 BUNN & SONS, Sales Managers, Office on Grounds. Down Town Office. 1114 East Main tEZELL 111 LEGISLATURE blic Men Think His Retire ment From Senate Would Be Calamity. ls with mixed feellngs that the i high" ln the State's affairs view i situatlon regardlng the possible ?idacy of Senator George B. zell,. of Rockingham, for the offlce iudltor of Publlc Accounts, to suc I the honored Morton Marye, who j retlre. WhiJe the probable value his services ln the offlce ls appr'e ,ed. there is quite a feeling that Slderlng the momontous Issues of Jlc taxatlon to be settled by the t Leglslature, hls tlmo ls demanded Phone for the RED C A R SIX STANDS Olfice New Taxi Service DaydSiyMon. 780 or 781 Garage Day & Mlght Mon. 783 Jefferson Hotel. Mon. 786 Richmond Hotel, Nad. 4061 Murphy's Hotel. Mad. 6660 Lexington Hotel, Mad. 6620 Smart, Speedy, Safe, Taxime ter Rates. "Aik Mr. Qowmtn" Virginia Taxi-Service Co. Childrey Hair Tonic Is a scientifically compounded prepara tioti, which does all wo claim for it. The formula comes from a specialist whose methods have been eridorsed by experts. Makes lon?, glossy hair, pre vents dandruff, falhng hair and baid' ? ness. n ' Childrey s first and Broad Streets. Whltman's Candy, Perfume, ,' Atomizers, Cold Cream of a|l Klnds. .here. Senator Keezell's long service n the Leglslature and as chalrman oi :he Senate Flnance Commlttee have jlven him an Intimate knowledge ol .hc flnanclal affalrs of Virginla. It is certain that tho General As tembly at Its next session will take lp the questlon of segregatlon, and hat it will have before tt the forth :oming report of tho State Tax Com nlssion, of which Senator Keezell is a nernber. A State officlal in close touch 'wlth :he sltuatlon, after saylng that he tnew that many requests are belng nade of tho Rocklngham man to be a ?andidate for Audltor, since the orig nal publicatlon of hls name as a pos ilblllty ln The Tlmes-Dlspatch, com nented as follows: "Senator Keezell's declslon ln this natter will be watched with a great leal of Interest. It those of his riends who are trylng to get him to innounce hlmself for Audltor of Pub lc Accounts, are successful, the State s assured the election of a man whose >ast service is the guarantee of his uture usefulness. On tho'other hand, here are many who' would regard Senator Keezell's .removal from the Senate as little short of a publlc calamlty. "There ls every reason to belleve that the next session of Assembly wlll be the most important ln the recent hlstory of the State. The report of the Tax Commlsslon wlll then be ready and among- other vitally important matters whlch wil come up. will be the flxlng of the s},stern for the taxatlon of rallroad property after 1913. Sen? ator Keezell is uriquestlonably the best informed man on these subjects ln the State. with the possible excop tion of Speaker Byrd, and his absence from his usual post in the Assembly would bo a serious loss to the Flnance Commlttee. ELLYSON TO OPEN MEETING TO-DAY Virginia Students' .Conference Will Discuss Many Impor? tant Topics. Delegates representing practlcally every institution of learnlng in the State are here to attend the Virginia Students' Convention which opens in the chapel of Richmond College thls mornlng at 9:15 oclock. Lleutenant-Governor J. Taylor Elly? son will welcome the delegates, and followlng hls r?marks the convention wlll proeeed to business. Topics for the mornlng session aro as follows: The place of mlsslonary department, mls? slonary actlvities, mlsslonary commlt? tee, meetlngs, literature, sustalnlng in? terest in mission study /classes. ? Dr. .1. Lovell Murray wlll lead the discus? sion. The pollcy for 1910-11 wlll be adopt? ed at the afternoon session. Conslder? able interest centres in this feature, as j many new measures are to be intro? duced. Devotional exerclses by C. L. Crano wlll preface the session. These. topics wll b? discussed: True objectlvo of mission study, how faculty men may asslst, mission study courses, reference I material, class leader. To-nlght at '8 . o'clook devotional services will be con? ducted by S. A. Ackley .and wlll be followed by an address by Dr.- J. O. , Reavls. ?To-morrow's session will be openod wlth devotional exerclses by M. w. Leo. after whlch addresses will be de? livered. The speakers and thelr sub? jects aro as follows: "Why a Medlcal Student Should Study the Blble," Dr. 1 W. P,-Matthews; i "Discussion on thc Promotlon of Blble Study," Dr. XV. D. Weatherford, general student secretary of the South. An address to the volun teor ban1! will bo delivered at the af? ternoon session by Dy, D. Clay Lllly. At night the delegates will attend an illustrated lecture on "Negro Llfe ln tho South," by Dr. Little. Sunday morning tho delegates will attend the various churches, whero speclal mlsslonary addresses wlll bo heard. That afternoon they will hear an address by-Dr. XV. D. Weatherford, who wlll also speak at tho oloslng ses? sion, whlch will be held at nlght. Tho convention ls belng held under .the ausplces of tho Stato exooutlve commltteo of the Young. Men's1. Chrls? tlan Assoclatlon of Virginla. The stu? dent commlttee ls composed of the fol? lowlng: Dr. J. L. Howo, Dr. Charles K. Blshop, Dr, W. W, Smith, Dr, -XV. P. Mathews, Dr. Charles W. Kent is chalr? man of tho-,State commlttee.. Secro tarles are S. A, Ackley, M. XV. Loe and J, 13. Pleasants. ???>?'-...-?i??? III Int.rri.lN of Gooil HondH. [Spoolal to The Times-Dispatch. | Lynchburg, Va., November 3.-?A blg barbecua was, hqla at Coffee, Bedford Qounty, to-day in tho iptevestrf of the proposed bond lssue for tho extension of the Forest and Bnonsbaro maoadam roads. A number of.prominent speak? ers were heard during the day, LEAGUE MATTERS TOBECONSIDERED Representatives of Baseball! Clubs Will Meet To-Day in Petersburg.. MURDER IN PRINCE GEORGE Committee at Work on Pro? posed New Steamboat Line. Tlmes-Dlspatch Bureau, 109 North Sycamore Street. Petersburg, Va., November 3. A meeting of the owners of the Pe? tersburg baseball club wlll be held to-morrow afternoon ln tha Chamber of Commerce to conslder matters look lng to the future of the club,.. At nlght a conference wlll be held wlth Presldent C. R. Wllllams. of the State League- Mr. Bradley, ot the Rlchmond Club, and representatives of other State League clubs, to conslder league matters of interest. Murder tn Prlnce George. Charles Haynes was shot and kllled: CASTORIA For Infauts and Children. Thg Kind You Have Always Bought . Bears tha Slgnature of ^k^TSISEfe FORTHEINNERMAM An excellent lot of Jumbo Cocoanuts at' 10c just in. New crop. Rich, heavy. meat and full fiavor. We are receiving regular weekly ship ments of the finest quality thin skin, heavy, juicy, excellent flavored Grape Fruit, 10c to 20c each. , This fruit is picked ripe from the tree, carefully packed and shipped direct Hermann Schmidt, 504-8 E. Broad St. -.v Phones: Monroe 101 tp 104. fxmssm e Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Are a Summer Necaiaity. Chas. G. JURGENS' Son Sole Agent?, Adarru and Broad, Kl?tu 1b tbe C?atr? e< Furattur* Ulitrleu, early last nlght by John Williams at the rallroad camp at Poe. on tne Nor? folk and Western Rallway, a few inllerf east of thls clfy. The two men are negroes, halllng' from North Carolina, and were employed as laborers In th?' construction of the belt line around the city, and they occupled the same apartment. It ls sald that they got lnto a quarrel over a key. Williams j left the shaek, but subsequently re. turned and thrustlng hls plstol through the window, shot at Hayries three | tlmes. One of the balls ctruck a vital, point. and Haynes fell and explred ln a few minutes. Williams escaped and has not been capturetJ. rrrmluins to Be Pald. The affalrs of the recent Southside Vlrglnla exhibit are belng wound up as rapidly as possible. Wlthln a day or two checks wlll be malled to lall partles who won premlums and to all partles holding claims for servlces, and a handsome balance wlll remain ln the treasury. Next year the falr wlll be on _ larger scale, and wlll be held on the assoclatlon's own grounds. The 'Corh mon Councll wlll lend its- assistance, and lf feaslble wlll surrender a part of West End Park as a site for the falr. Tlie New Steaznbout I.lue. The committee appolnted by tlie re? cent buslness men's meeting will walt on the merchants and manufacturers ofthe clty to-morrow to solicit sub? scriptions in behalf of the proposed .new steamboat Une to succeed'. tbe Phlllips Line, now ln the hands of re ceivera. The line ls to run between Petersburg, Rlchmond arid -Norfolk and all intervening polnts. Tlie Importance of maintaining the water transportatlon facilltles of tho clty are fully appreclatod by the bus? iness men of the communlty, and liberal subscriptions ln support of the new scheme are expected. On appllcation of the recelvers of the Phlllips Line, the sale of the steamer Pokanoket, now at Norfolk, for $12, 000, was contlrmed thls afternoon, by decision of Judge JUullen, of. the Hust? ings Court. The Pokanoket was the largest steamer of the Phlllips Llnt? running between Richmond, Peters? burg and Norfolk, and was sold to a Norfolk party. lnterest ln Atuemlmeuta. Whlle nio congressional electlon ln this district on the 8th of November promlses to be very cjulet, owlng. to the fact that Robert Turnbull, tho Democratlc nomlnee, wlll have no op? posltion, tho people are manlfestlnjc considerable lnterest In the proposod constitutlonal amendments to be votod on.' Sentlment hero seems to be di? vlded as to tho wisdom of the~amend inents and there wlll be somo scratch lng at the-polls. nivci-Hlde Hunt to Oiteui The River'slde Hunt Club will start tho season on Saturday afternoon with a meet at the Uennels ln Dlnwlddle county. The club has added somo now hounds to the nack, hus ropulred all lhe jumps and expects to furnish some good sport. Harry Seward ls master of tho fox hounds. The club expecta the famous Brunswlck Club and hounds shortly, for a week or two of live huntlng. , Negro Tlileven lu l.imbo. Wllliam Thomas, the West Virginia negro, who made thlngs so llvely In the thlevlng Une here tor a \vhllp, and who was convicted and sentenced yes? terday on three separate ohargos of larceny, was sentenced on a fourth charge to-day. Ho has now U60 dnys to serve ln jall, , wlth more theft charges to hls account. Willlam Henry Blow, negro, who has recently robhod many rosldences and enjoyed mldnlght meals ln thom, was to-day sent to tho Hustings Court to Jio trled for burglary, I'or.sonnl uud Otbervvlxv. At t.ho resldenco ot tho offlclatlng mlnlster.--Rov. D. H. Kolston, thls week, Mlss Florence Hassel Krlsble wb,s marrled to 13, Ashton Bass, ot' Norfolk, Petersburg ls trylng the, experlmont of olltng some ot Ita unpaved street. voaclways. HH Tha sult of Luelnda Cole, colored, ftgalnst tho clty ot Potoraburg, clalm- , Ing damages to the amount of $1,000 for injurles caused bV stepplng In.a hole ln the stree?, nas occupied the at? tention of the Hustings Court to-day. Stewnnla Etfrted. The fourth quarterly -conference of the Market Street Methodlst: Episco? pal Church was' held last night. and stcwards wero elected for the ensuing year as follows: J. P. Willlamson, W. M. Lewls, C. M. Brlste'r, Walter Spark lln, J. E. Young, T. E. Stroud. C. B. Nunnally. A. L. Lewls, AV. R. Turner, Forrest XV -ucker. H. E. Wrlght, G. C. Wrlght. W. T. Parham. J. W. Scoggln, XV G. Malone, C. L. Guthrie, J. R. Man son and XV. R.vSmlthey. Walter Sparklln was elected record lng steward, and P. W. Tucker, dis- ? trlct steward. Destroyed by Flre. [Soeclal to The Times-Disnatch.] Culpeper, Va., November 3.?The. handsome resldence of Lewls Wood, known as the old Montague Wood home, three mlles north of Culpeper, .was burned to-day. Cause of fire, de fectlve flue ln 'the kltcheri. The loss ls $4,000, and lt ls partly insured. MEMPHIS SI.EEPItfG CAR SERVICE, VIA SOtTHERrV RAILWAY, leaves Rlchmond 10:45 A. M. dally. Southern Railway offers very. attrac? tive service to and from Memphls. S. E. BURGESS, D. P. A.. 920 E. Maln St. By N. W. Bowe & Son, Real Estate nuctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF TWO TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSES ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF TAYLOR AND ROWLAND STREETS. In executlon of a certain deed of trust, dated Aprll 17, 1908, and record? ed ln Richmond Chancery Court, ln D. B; 1^6-A, page 495, we wlll, at the requost of the beneflclary thereln, there havlng beeu default ln thc payment of a portlon of the dobt secured thereby, sell at auction, on the premlses, on'i THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 19t0. at 4:30 o"cloek P. M., thnt certain lot ot land, wlth the tw< two-story frame houses thereon. slt? uated at the northeast intersection ot Taylor and Rowlnnd' Streets, fronting ?17 feot by a depth of - uo feet to a 15 foot alley. The Improvements consist of two two-story flats, well arranged. This is. good rentlng property, and should attract persons wanting good oporty., sh, v N. W> BOWE, Trustee. Investment property. TERMS: Cash,. \^ On nccount of small attendance of bWdors, tho above sale was pc-st poned untll TO-DAY (FRIDAV1, NOVEMBER 4. 1910, AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P, M. N. \V. BOWE, Trustee. ? By Brooke & Carter, Real Estate Auctloneers. ? At the request of tho owner, a non iresldent, wo wlll, on FRIDAY. NOVEMBER ITH, ,' AT 1 O'CLOCK, offer at publlc auction, that very de sirable and woll-bullt.'ten-room brick dwelllng, s No. 2204 E. Broad St. Thla housij has heen recently put ln flrst-class order; has ulvvay*. been a good renter, and, us tho owner ls unx lousJ^ to sell, a bargaln oan bo had. Attractive terms wlll be announcc at time of salo. ^ ^"*By""c. L. & H. I* Denoon. Real Estato Auctloneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE NEAT COTTAGE AND LARGE LOT ON SEVEN PINES ROAD. NEAR STOP 38. By vlrtue of a deed of trust, dated February 0, 1908. recorded in Henrlco county clerk's office, D.'B. 184 A, pago 377, and at request of the holder of the note aecurod therein, default havlns: been made ln lts payment, 1 wlll se?l by auotlon. ori the prernlses, on \ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1910, at 4 o'clock P. at. the abovo property described ln sald deed ?s all that tract of land. wlthln Improvements thereon, lri the county of Henrlco, Va.. a-bouc slx miles east of the clty of Rlch? mond, fronting on"Seven PInes or New Brldge Road 100 feet, and runnlng back 200 feet, adjoining the land of aiattla M. Hammersley. TERMS: Cash for expenses of salo and to pay the note of $612. wlth ln? terest from February 9, 1910; balanct at one and two years, or all cash, at optlon of purchaser. _C. L. DENOON. Trustee. By The Valentlne Auctlon Co.. Auctloneers. TPvUSTBE'S AUCTION SALE. LARGE STOCK FRESH GROCERIES (ON SHELF AND IN CASES), SHOW CASES. ALASKA REFRIGERATOR. HANGING AND COUNTER SCALES, COFFEE MILL, OIL TANK, AWN ING, ETC. By vlrtue of a deed of trust from E. L. McAlister to me as trustee, and duly recorded in the Chancery Cour\tt clty ot Rlchmo-d, Va., I wlll sell at hls store, 826 W. Cary St., Gbrner Cary and Cherry Streets FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4TH, commenclng at 3:30 o'clock P. M.. a lar?"e and well-selected stock of fresh StapleGrocerles ln orlglnal cases and on Shelf, such a Canried Tomatoes, Corn, Peaches, Peas, Beans. Plneapi ples, Asparagus. Condensed Mllks, va? rlous Baking Powders, Sardines. Laun? dry and Toilet Soaps, Starch, Tobacco, Extracts, Bottled Ollves, Catsup, Plckles, Salad Dresslng. Sauces, Tre serves, Jellies, Cakes and Crackers. 'Flour, Sugar. Coffees. Teas. Splces, several cases orlglnal packages Toma? toes, ' aiatches. Macaroni, otc. FIXTURES. Large Double Alaska. Refrigorator. Coffeo Mlll, three Show Cases, Hang? lng and Counter Scales, Meat Blocks, Meat Tools, Cake Cans and Rack. Oil Tank, Awnlng, Desk, Vegetable Blns. otc. Sale posltive, Frlday. November 4. 2:30 P. M. TERMS: Cash. i HEATH J. RAWLEY. Trustee, THE VALENT1NE AUCTION CO.. _ Auctloneers. By Pollard & Bagby. Real Estate Auctloneers, TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF "TRACT" OF LAND CONTAINING KIGHTEBN AND TEN ONE-HUN DREDTHS ACRES, INEAR THE IN TERSBCTION OF?. THE BROAD STREET ROAD AND DAVIS ROAD. In. oxccuiion of a deed, Of trust duted February 15, 1909, and recorded, in the Clroult' Court of Henrlco, D, B. 181-A, pagw 391, dofiiult having beon mado ln tlie payment of a portlon of tho debt therein nocured, I wlll sell by publlc auotlon, in front of tlio Hen? rlco Courthouse, on ;;?* MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH. at 12 o'clock noon, tho above men? tloned tract of land. TERMS: Cash. tl. XX. POLLARD. JR, Trust** .