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Want Ad Rates
? ? i
ONE CENT PER WORD When ;
paid iu advance. No ,Ad. taken1
for less than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
when phoncd in or charged at tlie
counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESSCONTRACTS
Phone Monroe 1 for the WANT
AD. MAN to call.
_ . _?r-T-_--__-?_?.-.??.. . ____
V-DCic unfl _)' OlT.ll.
IhVt, i-ui-;si'"i:MT anii "DAi'^v
broocli, lti'tiirn in \"'.< North Tliiiii
Btrcat. Phone Matll-on \_M__?
LOST, HATURDA^ AFTERNOON, ON
nrond Street, between F-tmh-c and
lt., l'. & i*. trelrjhl depot, .Hi" Hat
IiIhoK i-niher purn.; pmple ilneu:
cont-lhlng nample., _iti_.li change
' pur.e, and nbout Corly-flve d-llars
ln currency. Reward lf returned t?
MR. THOMA6 McADAMS, Merchanu"
>'utloniil iinnk._
I.oi-T. 8ATUR1MY NlOHT. ONE
black fur rieckplec., Ij.tw.en flrat
Street and the Clty Atlflltorluni. l'.f
ward if roturfted lo 103 East Mar
.iiili. _
SWDST, GUN-_ETAL POCICKTBOOK,
lontniiiinK .everal 16 blll?, check
for imall arhoiint, between Blenner;
(jar.-iiio aml Duriibarton, newara n
"ihtl_rtiaatucc. ?ftia-r,._
_WXlJ---i^MBN T<i l.KAHN BARBER
trade. Now nystem. Only elghl w.-okh
requlred. Wa.ee whlle learnlnr.
Steady posltl-.n xunrnnteed. __For
free catalogU" fiddn:.-? M'jl.hU ft
BAi'.HKj: i.-<ii.i.i:r,i;. New "i or_t < ity.
?wTnTIuD, HirvKRAti OOOD TINNERS
nnd furnaco workeic Apply at onc?
BONNEY A- DOZIER, 3H OhUrflti
Street, oppoflte Freemu.*oti, Norrolk
Va.
?WANTED. A MAN TO ATTEND T<
stable and do some hoUte W.rK
bring reconiinendnllonn. _n.11 oe
tween tho hourn ot 8 and 10 0 ttloo*
thln Monday. Apply at 108 ?<?
Graco Streot. _ .
WANTED, I._RR'f:CI.AKS"STl':i-:i.TANI*
* and tower efector, thoroughly CXpo
rienced and rellaUe; i&t-;?fr ??
erehcet* and wages. "?,.''' VA1,
WBLL CO.. INCORPORATED, Louls
ville, Ky._._
WANTKIl, M A 0 H 1 N I T E N D E 1
fFoiird): flrst-cla*s; also Packtender
on HpeclnltloM. Addrens MACUlNC
1>. O. Box 169-, Phlladelphla, Pn._
*vvXNT"Er>T~^VHiTi: and" coTSffEl
men to work on our pacKln_ Kro''"'Jt
XV. T. HOOD & COv cilnt.-r Park.
?jbelp '<naa?tnt?ii. df.tin.t_e.
ifftn-bliA^lnfifn-^
perlencc; well edurat ed. fnmllla
wlth legal. bank. railway and otlie
Office work; desires Poaltion at onct
rcferenceK. Phone Madl.on i-00 0
_ddres" H 64. care Times-DUpatoh.
wanted. xa.'?v;f;i:":';LAMi'-''"'v
llbera wages. Appl) to .mi..-. &. *
MEEK. on Brook Road. oppo.r
Hammond's. ____._
WANTED. BRIGHT,
.ir:-. wlth or wltho
all department' ?
MILLER A- RHOAD
n_CCS_.iry. aiiyjj__it-?- .
considered unlcss references _r
complete information are contalnt
Mimi.:. '..n. .spoolal conslderatlon wl
on him iu v-i rfv>pilcants who wlll coi
ofTercd him $1>*ik a change from the
pany her to thc dutloiif. Addrcs. B -
the place. He <-on?___4<_"Mlp? bb_____bb\
he mounted tho vehlcie _nc*_r? ~~~~
u paokaRe. v ",'lUltS.
"lt contaln?Hi $1,200." he te^i^tfiX
"As I had conscnted to go. she n_\jtal
.?:ie had prepared to Increase the offe**_. .
whlch 1 refused to tako."
When he vlslted the college Mrs 1
Martln .showed hlni a rooni earpete_ in
i'- 1, he continued, and told him it wa.
Hte "r..<l room." and was to bc hls
tv-ie_ever he was ln town. it was theii
that she descrlbed her plan to Improve
the colleprc. he added.
"Shn had more schemc. than ? any
persori I never met," Mr. Vaughan went
on, addlnp that np vlewed the propenty
feverni times.
Witness fur.her testlficd thnt Mrs
Martln had trled to lnduee him ln ,
various w_y_ to accept thc manage
nient of tho proposed resort and push '
her plans for Improvement. offerlnc j
l:'m money as an lnducement..
"She brought ln cash covered wlth
ashes." he averred. "and told me she
had about $7,000 ln ash barrels. Sho
declared sho would not trust th*
banks." ?
Telllng of ono vlslt ahe had made to
liim at Shttwsville", Mr. Vaughan de-1
tlared that when sho got in her car
- rlkgc to depart he observed that ont.
luot was baroi .' r'"'_"**'_ _"_'_ ..
"l-ler dress at ai)/ieal6^by day or~ __?
vas most unusu^' "
'r. HoQd aiiiomi for 3&tnt.
_^ilf--'TT^--U5WLY FURNl_Y_E
clean rooms; permanent; transiei
central. THE WELMNGTON. C
East Clay fatreet
_flat& for^$J^
-^tDlT-^NTT^HREE-nOOM SECON
story flat; all convenlences; to pai
without chlldren; for llght hous
keoplng; West End. Call on CH;
FISHER, 212 No-Ui Thlrd. Pho
Madison 6692._
-gj.rscna.s.
DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNIT.
BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORD_
SEE J. KAT_, LADIES' TA1L.
(DATE OF HAAS BROS., OF 1STI<
YORK). 200 NORTH FIFTH STRB1
PHON'E MONROE 001. ALL WO!
GUARANTEED.
|JO BETTER ADVERTISEMENT TH
what 11 patron said about tha Gleni
boit: 'T would not part wlth lt
a million dollars lf I knew 1 co
not get another like lt." Every hei
person ought to woar ono. Ask y.
doctor about lt. MRS. A. J, PYI
317 North Fifthj-jtreet._
YOU ' GET " YOUR MONEY'S WOU
when von liuve a tailored cor:
Mado entlrely of Imported mater
lt wlll outwear two ordinary cors,
and liolng deslgned especially
you. tho eomfort and atyle \
charm vou. Let us make one
you. MRS. A. J. PYLE 217 No
Flfth Street.__
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SO
at HUGHE_S:S._209_North Thlrfly' :
TOUR EVEN-NOS. AltB VAIAJAB
young mun; lnvoat them with
leadlng business sohnol of tho c
lf you loarn more yuJ can oarn m.
Send or call for catalogue to.-c
MASSEY BITStN!.'?->: 'TH LMl'.E, "??
m_;_??-_.- ??_
^nni?T???'-3i>( ^nn v.t.ic -jwtQ
6r:^lfTsT^far m^'m^rREDr^inT'
trlal stock; .hunters and pupplna
?ale, "DUNGANNON," Howardav
i Va.
DAILY PUZZLES
Whnt prcel.u* atbnal
AN.Wicu'a-o , i-:**-i'j'iii>Ay$ s?_5t5Al.a
__?ohy<
jfor _s>nlf
owinc i(( ii.Mi iii;.\i/ni. "wili*
hcII .i jvell-eBtabll.hed retail furnl
ture ~u.In.__- sltuntcd In n good
North C_rolln_ town ot 13,000 ln
hablt>intn, Bunlncas can i>" liicroas
..i; net eafftlng. e-ceed "??<?? nlght
r-on*?l'l"f fi l>**r* invoatin-'Hi. Ad
dre_a K 72 care Tlmew-Dlapatch.; ?
FOTl SALB, PIANOs WOOl-D HACRl*
i fie. my iitJ4.ii-Ktrnia-* m-hogany pinno,
n.cnpt'lonnl linriruln for c_-h; Ifavlng
<>lty. Addre.. I. 66, enrn TIsik-h-DIk
pntch._i_
foft WAGONS. GO TO RM'TlARDSON
BROS., 610 BrOok Aventle. Madlnon
1487. _
[HAVE U'H EVER DONE ANY D.K
? int: or cleaning for you. tf not, why
iK't "ivi- Ufi ii tiinl? Wc wlll (flve
vou the best work r,nd. -pprflclatt*
your patronage. MR*. A. J. PYLE
318 Nortt) Flfth Street.
FOR SAI.K. COMPLETE SET OF BANK
fixtures good ns new; ut :i bargain
Addreaa'BO-t :>17, iUfliinc.iirl._Va.
fi. FEET PLvE] HALF VIROlJi
timber, "n _. A. i... Franklin coun
tv N G fnr JK'ii.imi,, freiKltt rute
S>:,_S_TtO NorO'lk; alsg 26...00
feet. Bhprt nn.l long >?*';,&__?> or.
Norfolk nnd -OUthorn RdllrOad.
cent rate- to Norfolk. Prl' ? , ?"?"";
Fnr partlcular., ftfldr... B ll
TVSON., l'lk.:vill', N. C. _______
FOR SALE. TUP BCaOtES. $46, -?l
176, 185: rUh-.OUt-, $3... ?6_. , IS
I Burreys. 1110, ,1.5, t-75. THOS. H
DUKE .- CO.. *>?"'* l-rri./i-. AVctiUe.
I HANDSOME MARBLE MANTEL8 ANI
murblo tllf, taken out of old ^osi
OfTlec bulldlng: prices low if sold a
once. Call Madlson S212.
:ONK PAIR DAPPLE ORAY HORSES
nv.* year* old, weigh M00 pound
' ono whito horso, elght year* old, 1.
?100 pounds; one roan hO)r__, clfxii
yeara old. i.son pound.: one roan mar<
' I seven years old, suitublu for genera
purposcH; ono black horne, fou
? ' ycitrs old, 1,-00 pound.--. well brok<
also fast trottlnr? mare. harncfis an
rttnuboul; two gro<*ory waRonn an
? harneas. W. A. JONES, 305 Eat
? ; Canal Btri et,
Ifor sale, Four roP waooni
hultable f.." gro-.fr*- and x< ;;eral d(
livery; ln good drder and cne-.p. 1
,'. MEYER'S SONS, 731 Kast Car
Street._
,' j _8oti_e_.
? _TlIRT_ TO b-.DER?KAI.L AND WI>
r t.r shit ttng? are belng shown bv *
?? In al'. the aeslrabic patterns of bot
foreign und domestlc weave.. Flt
dre9B ahlrts. as well as colorei
pajamas and urlcrwear made
- ! measure only on the prernlses. Ca
or write for samples. OKEEB
SH1P.T CO.. INC. 712 East Ma
"> Street. W. S. Con.t-bl., p: .sldei
0 and treasurer.
t-??- " -
l. WANTED. THE FUBL-C TO KNO1
that Jahnke Bros.. J.welefs, 0:
? ' East Maln treet. buy. sell. c:
c chanue ind remount dlamonds 1
d the lHtesi styles. Old gold and si
d ver taken 'n e-change^_ .
. STENOOUAPH,Y AND BOOKKEEP1N
r ti -rooghly ta ight at roasonawe tu:
tior lateu; da, und evoning se-slon
' ? TolODhone, call or wrlt? for ;,arttci
-I lur.-. MASSEY BUSINEad COl
" | LLHE._
- i A TABLE AND MEDtOINAL ".VATE
" wlthout a peer?.lve gallons for 25(
? dellvered?Holly . Spring* Lith
,f ? Water Phone, _onroe 477. ^^_
2 MR. ALEXANDER SIDNEY LANIE]
, .nfter an absence of four years s
aa b>. .-istant to tho Attorn?y-General (
Iso was t,aitppinc Islands. has resumt
iroduce _ neial practlca of law ln th
Iritish air wlth ottieeK ln the America
ecjuest im'fal Bank Building._
o London a\-~-~~
eleased as C~)H anU IWHOOi..
orms could be' roi, ~~--*-'-"."*N-^C._,
Tobln declarcs he :"E BEST H*CI<?^
21more woman in {.?% ^K-r$?V, CA
ause pr. Crlppen tjl^sot n?
Y0RKT0WW IED A LOAD 0F ou
i unrxl UVVIM, suitable for klndllr
-ioklng? Cost you -n
n"%ll Protect Am prlce of othor woo
TroublcTRELL & SON. Pho
Washlngton, Nff.
nterests at Amai
he next few da IB THE "WOOD MAN Al
)f the United mond and suburbs, becau
own, whlc'a ar'so much Avood: oak, plt
.o'relieve tho ?'or slabs prepared to s\
?elopmcnts )3tove and - tlreplace: try t
-'rcsldetit C Yard, 1506 "West Brot
adares for. Madlson 1069._
^!!*Ol>ALITY " AND QUANTITY AT
?QUALITY
guaranteed from us. We have oa
plne or slab wood. and our prlc
are rlght. XVo please everyho
Phone Madison 6918. NORTH CAR
LTNA WOOD AND COAL CO.". S
Brook Avenue.
WA^'FedTTO BUY FOR CASHTrlUUS"
hold goods ln any quantity. Pho
Madison 3851. _,_
YOUNG MEN WANTED TO STU1
shorthand and typev/rltlng; grc
demand for our graduutes; easy s;
tem* llnest equlpment; roasonat
rates offered. MASSEY BUSt.NE
COLLEGE. ' _
W?NDOW'"^AND '^GEN'ERA'L ifOU
cleaning. waxlng antl stalnlng Uoo
W1LLIAM JOHNSON, 1109 Nol
Flrst. Monroe 31.0. _
RUB IT OUT.
WHEREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS I
I oatod?stlffness und soronoss of no
1 cles or joints?rub ln Frayat
? I Great Nerve nnd Done Liniment, t
^N the puln disappears; the greatest i
rd round liniment ln uso for man t
beast; try lt?don't suffer?here
tho right help; 25c bottles, at Un
glsts'. >_
SHOE RElWtUING.
T'?C HABF"?SOLE MEN'S S.UO:
ludiea'. 60c: chlldreti's. 10c and
? t'Vtrv palr sewed. DRIOW'S EL1
TRIC ailOE FACTORY. -.16 K
Maln.. Phono Mopt'OQ *-0-7.
FINE UPHOLSTERING AND W
TRESSES. ?
FURNITURE REP-MIRED AND 1
holstered; mattreases mado over '
new; furniture nnd chlna pne
and Bhippod." JACOB UMLA
1820 West Broad. Phone 3.D2.
_aeal CState Jorjtot.
ren'-'' '(.unr'sERvicE- "and We
rent your property, .1, A. CONN
l.v & CO _ _ _
FOR RENT QR^SALE, HOTEL SOU'
ern; nlce, large, furnlshod ho
beautlfully altuiuod; ahudy lu
Maln Streot, noar Southern Rail
depot, V. AV -DOWLING, Boyd
V?v '" ' ,
STR1KE CLIMAX
Believed That General Walk
Out of Drivcrs Will Be
Ordered.
.\". w York, Novembor 6.?-A cllrnax In
thc strlke of tllO drlverM urul holporH
of iho expross cornpsnlc. In expected to
morrow, nnd thls, In the opinion ot
Iho. l.-dcrfl of tha ntOVQiflerit* wlll be
In tha nature '>r .1 general sirlkc of
drlverf, '
After dohferences to-day between
D.hl.l .1. Tobln, president of tho Inter
natlonal Brotherhood <>t TeamBters;
Valentrric Hoffmari, vle--pr.fll-.ht of
tho unlon, an-i Bnmuel Gompers, presi?
dent of tho American Federatlon pf
Labor, it Wflfl announeed that a meet?
lng of tlio Jolnt executlve councll of
tho brotherhood would be hold tu-mnr
row motntng for the purpose of dln
ruflsInK tht ndvlsiblllty of a genei-Hl
nirlko. Mr. Gomper. will attend thls
meetlng,
The repr.Aentatlveft of tho expres
compfthleB aifo were in conferehec for
1 severnl hour-' to-dny. lllHCU-Blhg tlie
1 Blrlke lontr'iviHy Al the ooni luslon
' of thls meetlng, however, the bare
Btatement that there Wa. "B short. In
j formal mootlng of the headfl of the
I rompanles, bUt nothlng dcvoloprd." was .
glven out,
Hotli ln Now Vork and Jorsoy Clty
'. to-day there waa littl" dlsordei* and
none of a serlou.i character ln thlB;
clty seVeral of th" expross compahles
sUcaesflfulIy tnunaged to dlapp.c of a|
fow wagonloads 6f frelght; ln Jorsey 1
; Clty c-UtlOna were glven from all pul- ;
' plt? th'-'t parents Bhould keop their!
children Wlthln th<- hounds of thelr i
honfefl aft.T sc'inol hours to-morrow, In j
order that none mlght bo injured ln 1
1 an" of dlaorder.
irAeai estate 'axm^nt-O.
,l WANTED. .'. TRACT OF OAK T1M
? ber In Kouthslde Vlrglnla; send de
scrlptlon. quantity, hauiing distance
j and price to BOX ?-, Macon, N. C
; _B__S???*?_SM?r-^^-ffrff-T-T-t-f**^-^-**3"-**"**^1^**.
?vcal _sfcK- tar &alt.
, , 377 nercs good Faw tlmber: 1 1-1 tnlloB
. ] from depot; forty miles from Rlch?
mond, at J13 iier acre; thi.** is a blt;
bargain. Seo mc at once. J. .1.
FEATHER, 807 N. A\enue, Brook
; J land Park. Va.
89 ACRES Kli;HTIt6oM~r7w"K_r.TNG;
largo barn: all necessary outbulld?
ings: .mllea from Rlchmond j G5 acres
! in cultivatlon: balance in orlglnal
growth tlmber.
1 180U acros: four mlles from Illrhmond;
1 j seven-room dwelllng; large. now
? | barn; all neceBBary outbulldings:
land In high stato of oullivatlon;
" I must be sold In thirty day-;; terms
to sult the purchaser.
' i Ten other good farms. within seven
' 1 ? miles of Richmond. ranging from oO
.1 to 130 acres; good bulldings; terms
" to sutt the buyers. CARY. L. BEA
DLES Route 1. Rlchmond, \ a. Phone
? I county !lne. 1111.
B! CAN " YOU" BEAT THIS? MAIN
n Btreel rorn?r Weat; 13-Xl7?.10 feet;
'-' $28 foot; two sld>- lots can becut off
? i w'orth 81. foot. Madison MGJ,_
1 fTpMS AND TI_I__r. l_ANDS.?? MT
f new catalogue contains 400 farmt
n and timber lands; best barga_i_o tn
t ! Vlrglnla. I pay your rallroad fara
-! r__-.Skf T.xc_?.iffl
{i _ vV_
- FOR SALE. JACKSON WARD LOT;
31 very cheap. Apply 615 Broolt Ave
nuo. _
FOR SALE. ONE NEW FRAME
house; tlve rooms and hall: porches
on both sldes; new barn, stables and
poultrv houses; one good horse, har?
ness _nd wagon: two plows, one nar?
row one weeder, one cuulvator. six
acres good corn, hay and potatoes.
and forty acres of fine, rich and;
on C _-. O. R. R-: a" S? for *1;S00.
Talk wlth L. W. HARRIS, 1110 East
Maln iftreet.
H~ ?- Offloe of the Secretary.
a Rlchmond Va., Novomber 1, 1910.
8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 the annual meetlng of tne stock
J holders of the Washlngton South
" erne. Rallwav Company Wlll be
I held at its offlco. in the city oi
Richmond. Va.. on MONDAY. the 21st
day of November, 1010..at 12 o'clock
n?Tii'e stock transfer books wlll bc
_!____ at . o'clock P. M. Wajr^Mo.
vember 11. 1910. and reopened at 1(
o*clock A. M. Tuesday. N .vember 28
m?" NORMAN CALL.
v Secretary.
Rlchmond. Frederlcksburg and
Potomac Rallroad Company.
Offlce of the Secretary.
Rlohmond Va.. November 1, 1910.
VOTTCF IS? HEREBY GIVEN THA1
NOth._nnual Seetlng of the Btockhold
crs of the Rlchmond, Frederlcksburg
and Potomac Rallroad Company wil
bo held at lts offlce. ?n the clty_ o
Rlchmond. Va.. on MONDA-. the 21s
day of November, 1910. at 11 o'clocl
'The stock transfer books wlll b.
5- closed at 3 o'clock P. M. Frlday, No
*" vember 11, 1910, and reopened at 1
o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November 22
1910, NORMAN CALL,
Secretary.
Attantlc Coast Llno Railroad Compan>
Offlce of the Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA'
the regular annual'meetlng of stock
holders of the Atlantlc Coast Itin
Rallroad Company wlll be held n
the offlce of the company. ln the clt
of Rlchmond, Va., on TUE-DAV, tn
15th day of November, A. D. 1910, a
11 o'clock A. M. The transfer book
of thu company will close Wednes
dav November 2, 1910. at 3 o'cloc
P M. and will be reo-pened on Wed
neada'y, Novomber 18, 1910, at l
o'clocf. A. M. h l BOUDlflNi
Secretarj*.
October 81, 1910.
Tho Atlantlc Land and Im?
provement Company,
Offlco of tho Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA
tho. regular annual meeting ot stocl
holders of The Atlantlc Land an
Improvement Company will be hei
at th* offlco of the company, tn tl
uity of Rlchmond, \ _., on TUESDA"
the 15th day of November, A. I>. 191
ut 12:30 o'clock P. M.
H. L. BORDEN,
Secretary.
October 81, 19.10. _
Rlchmond, Frederickshurg and
Potomac nnd Rlchmond and
Petersburg* Rallroad'' Conrio.
tlon Compan
Offlco ot the Secretary,
' Rlchmond, Vn., November 5 1910
NOTICE IS" HEREBY GIVEN THA
the annual mootlng of the stookhol'
er. of the Rlohmond, Frederloksbui
and Potomac and Rlchmond and P
torBburg Rallroad Connection Cov
pnn*.' wlll bo hold at Its offlco, In tl
.Itv of Rlchmond, Va", o? MONDA
TIIE 21ST DAY OF NOVEMBE
1910, at 10:30 o'elbck A. M.
.'j The stock.-tra'nsfer bobk'u wlll"
.'f'clpsed at 8 o'clock P. Mi Saturda
iho. ??'-N'ovoinbor 12, 1010, and -reopened
vni'l; ',l'. o'clock .A. M. Tuesduy, Novei
Wr-y.^l. }$?$ W.P.DUKE.
?|l Secrotary,
at Sea~The Nerves of a Great
TIIE URAINS OT A Mlll'.
ln order to make ocean travel safer
than a rallroad journey, as ls now tho
cage, the safety devlccs of modern
ocean llners have been developed to an
umazlng state of perfection. Tho uso
of wlreless and submarlne telegraph
have establfshed a "block system" on
the high seas whlch Is practlcally Ih
lulllble. The great shlps tliems.lves
are ciiulpped wtth safety devlces whlch
bring them under instant command ot
thc captaln ln caso of need A wonder
ful syatom of electric communlcatlon,
(ilrect and atitomatlc, runs throughout
tho shlp.'. Ilke a norvous systoni. whloh
Places her i-umraatider In communlca?
tlon and control of the most reuiote
part of iiis boat.
The anclent prejudlce agalnst sea
travel. whlch, wlth some amounted
to dnwnright fear, ls never heard of
nowadays. The "ocean ferrles." accord?
ing to actual statlstlcs, are as safe as
the ferryboata whlch carry us across
our rlvers. As a matter of fact tlie
transatlantic trlp is the tiaf.st thing
you can do. It la much more dan?
gerous for Instance, to walk the itreets
of an ordinary clty, slncc more people
are Injured by objects falllng from
Iwlndows than by accldcntr. on tho ocean
! hlghway.
I The nerve centres of the ocean liner
are located on the brldge. Above the
I walls of ths pllot liouse are gro.ped
[a score of Jlals and l'idlcators, each
(eonneeted with a different sot of
! "ncrves" whlch are always kept ln tho
i most perfect worklng order.
? The great terror of the seas in the
i past *a as Jlre, but to-day the llre rlBlt ls
pr.ctlcally nothlng. For ono thlng,
thermometer.i aro ?catterod through
i out the shlp, electrlcally eonneeted wlth
I the lndlcator, so that should the tem
iperature arlse from any cause. the fact
1 is instantly known on the brldge, and
j lnvestlgatlons are made. The brldge
i ls tho telephone central of tho shlp, so
: that tho most rcmote corner of the
shlp, perhaps ono-flfth of a mlle away,
I may bo veaci'ed instantly.
i Thc steel bulrtboads of the modern
! shlps are. of course, famlllar, but the
j average landsmen do not know por
: haps. that the_e steel compartments
j throughout the great hull may be
closed automatleally by a slnglo lever
! on the brldge. Tho great steel doors,
l wclghing hundreds of tons. may be
closed slmultaneuusly on the Instant.
j In caso ? f a possible colllslon at sea
i thls pronipt.if ss of action ls. of course,
of the grea:e.?t Importance. A large
[5
TO THEIR DEATH
,With Promise -of Story, Father
Draws Daughters to
Attic.
THEN HE SHOOTS BOTH
Son Ignores His Call, and
Escapes Fate of
Sisters.
New York, November 6.?"Dot, Reba,
come here; I've something funny to
show you."
Laughlng in happy antlcipatlon of
the secret ho had ln store for them,
Reba and Doris French, chlldren of
Edward R. Krench, superlntendent for
the Public Service Corporatlon ln EU_
abeth, N. J., followed their father to
? ! the attic of hls home, 407 Jersey Ave
y' nue, where ho shot them. The little
t' ' ones dled Instantly. The father turned
* ' the weapon on hlmself and Intlioted a
a ! wound whlch caused llls death soveral
ir i hours later.
Krench could not look ln tho faces
of the llttlo glrls as ho took thelr llves.
He shot thom ln the back of the ljead.
U is the theory of tho police that he
kept up tho deception of havlng "some?
thing funny" to tell thoj.ii. and even
made them closo thelr eyes whilo ho
prepared tho "surprlsu" for thom.
Boy _0acap?n SlsterH' Fate.
The shooting took plueo about 10
o'clock yesterday moi'ning. Dorls, ten
yours oid, and Reba, twelve, woro ln
tlie front. yard when thelr father came
for them. Tholr mother waa ln tho
parlor. French called also for hls son,
Nelson, who Is eight yoara oi_. Nel?
son, playlng in a nelghbor's yard, pald
nc attention to hls father's call, and to
thls act of dlsobedlenco ow.s hjs llfe.
Wlth Dorls and Reba hanglng to his
arms, the inlin climbod tho steps to the
attic.' Ilo wus not thero more than a
mliiute when Mrs. Fronoh heard a shot,
followed by u scream from one- ot hev
rirts As sho and the maid rushed
iu'ii.VJ^T~?Ta'mm'~~?mmmm'maml*m'm*
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
IMIUIOVMD SM-KPINO. CAIt -EltVIOE
TO ?H.M.I?IU_, TENN.,
vla Southern Railway, through ABhe
vllie. KnoxvlUo and Chattanooga
without change, Leave Rlohmont!
10;45 A. M. dally. ^ Conault tlekat
agents.
WilBRE THE NBRVB8 nUN TO.
lan of thc ship ln the whoel-house
ldlcat.s the posltlon of oach door of
very bulkhead. An electrlcal connec
ior. makes the closlng or the door turn
n a mliilature electric l'ght on th_
hart. lf the door fall to close. thc I
act ls Instantly known on the brldge. '?
The sttbmarlnc telephone enam
les the shlp to approach a harbor even '?
n u Mlndlng fog without loslng lt
lrectlon. A submerged bell on -ne '
lghtslilp rings at regular Intervals. ,
nd these vibratlons are picked up out j
f'the water and carrled toa telephone, '
o the stalrs they heard another shot.
'hls was followed closely by a thlrd.
Throwlng open the attic door, Mrs. J
"rench found that her worst foftrs had
? een re_li_ed. Her little girls lay upon
he lloor, close together, wlth bullet.
vounds in the backs of thelr heads..
'hey had been shot ln almost the earae
dentical spot. French lay. near by,
,lood llowtng from a bullet hole Just
lehlnd his right ear. In hts hand waa
. smoklng revolver.
ShotN Were Instantly Fatnl.
The heartbroken mother took her
:hlldren ln her arms and called their
lames. The maid summonetl Dr. Mont
ford, who sald the chlldren had been
kllled Instantly.
French was still breathing, He waa
taken to hls room. Other physiclans
svere summoned. At 2:30 P. M. he
dled without havlng reguined cOn
sclousness.
French had been ill for sevoral
months. Flve weeks ago. he dlsap?
peared and his frlonds ihstlttited a
search for him. He had come to New
York for no reason. and when he
found hiinsclf, started back to hls
home. Instead of stopplng at Ellaz
beth he rode past his statlon, leavlng
the train at Trenton.
The Public Servlce Corporatlon
valued the auperln-tendent's servleo. so
highly that after hls brealulown he
was ordered to taka a vacatlon and
to'stay away as long as ne pleased.
Two weeks ago hc tvorit to Stamford,
Conn., to vlslt hls niother-ln-law, Mrs.
Js'elson. There his health ? seomed to
Im prove.
Mr. und Mrs. French were plannlng
to leave for a trlp to Long Island to
day. They had inteiuled later to go to
Olil Point Comfort, Vu.. spendlng sov?
eral weeks there. Mrs. French's mother
was to have gone to Ellzabelh 'to care
for the chlldren whlle thelr parents
wore away.
French was prosperous. He hael
charge of tho llghtlng department of
the Publlc Servlce Corporatlon, and
his district Includuil Plaintielil, Bound
Brook, New Brunswlck, Pertli Amboy
and Ellzabeth. He had a gooa salary
and ln addltion a goorl Income whlcli
ho derlved from hls family. Hc was
tlilrtv-nlnc years old, n Scottlsh Uitc
Mason, inember of the Salaam T_mpi?
of tho Mystlc Shrlno and attettdant ol
the Flrst Presbyterlan Church.
The bodlcs wlll be placed ln a vaujh
and taken later -fo Stainfard for ln
'ternient.
HOPE DISAPPEARS *
Workera "l.efune Agreemeut, uml Striki
Wlll Cio Ou.
Chlcago. III., Novomber 6.?Hopes o
an Immodiate s.tttoment of the gar
ment workorV strike ctlaappeared to
day, whon tho strlkers voted not t;
accept the agi'oemont arranged by C
A.-Rlckert. Tho Chlcago Fedemttoi
of Labor voted to-day to upliold th.
gartnent workers. _
SENATOR BRADLEY ILL
Ile ln Now Patient ln u?hi?i*?>I a
Howllng 4'reeii.
:.. Bowling Oreen, Ky.. SftVJiwUer $r
TJnltod Htates Senator W, 0. Btame
bec-Tne a Datlsat ut a local hosplu
ln the wheelhouse. Should any
fall overboard, arrungements are r.
to render assistance before the b
:ould be lowerod. A llfo buoy at
extreme stern of the boat Is rele
bv touchtng an electric button on
iiridge, and may bo dropped Into
water instuntly the alarm Is g:
Tlie buoy In turn ls provhied Wll
llght which burns brilllantly and
not be put out by tho water. Tho
talri ..f ihe -.odern liner has beforo
a marvelous keyDoard .vhlch pl
every part of tno great, as lt v.
at hls flnger ends.
to-dav, and whlle hls condltlon ls
regarded as critical, he wlll at 1
be unable to travel for several d
The Senator suffered an attack
acute lndlgestlon whlle returning
boat from Morgantown last nl
where he spoke ln the afternoon i
Rtpubllcah rally.
SUGAR PLANTERS ACT
Agree lo Proseeute Alleged Mouop
tle Combluatlon*.
Donaldsonvllle, La.. November
After adoptlng resOlUtlons in w
charges are made that the State
Federal antl-trust laws aro being
lated by combinations of capltal *a
affectually restraln trado in sugar
molasses by monopollstlc methods
gar planters, gathered here to-day
eljchl parlshes, took steps to at
the prosecution of the offenders.
commlttee empowered to empioy a
neys and detectlves was named,
Instructlons were gjven to consult
tho Attorney-OeiWul of the State
lay before him all tho faets ln su|
of tho charges. A meeting ot all t
planters in the State has been c
for November 30 at this place.;
-?
DIES OF HIS WOUNDS
*on of Former Consrressinnii ls
for SUo'ntliiB Show Emnloyo.
Unlon Clty, Tenn., November
Sanders, an eniploye of a tont
playlng here, who was shot and I
ly wounded bv Rlce A. Plerce, Jr.,
late last nlght, followlng a qu
dled to-day of hls wounds. Y
Plerce ls a son of former Congres
Rlco A. Plerce, of the Ninth Dli
Tennosaee. He surrendered to th
lice, and was roleased on bond.
TORPEDOBOAT PRStltOYEU
KXCiai'lOB IllStlUUlEM
Boston, Mass., Novembor 0.?TH
pedoboat flestroyer sterrott com
' jier builders' test to-day wltl* a
' hour run from Rocklaud, Me., ti
port. Sho wns requlred to
1 twenty-nlno and one-half kno
i hour, but aclually mado from 3
, 30.5 knots. Tho economy tests
oonslderoil very satlsfuctory.
Sterrott has complctea her twelve
I runs ut slxteen knots and twont
', knots, her four-hour run and atar
?Izatlon tests sinco Monday. ihe
I hlgli speod of tho various runs
I'.t.Br. knots. whilo tho record mil
32.31! knots, whlch ls a better
I than that of tho Sterrott's -ustei
I the Porklns, whlcli maiVo -9.78
and but llttlo lower thun the 1
I Ing's record of 30.82 knots.
Mass Meetini
f'ernintiN and Oerman-AinerlciuiH
Front.
Mass-meollug to tako phice
Marv'a-Hall on Thursday, Nuvetn
at R:;t0 P. M.. lo rucelvo report o
mlttuo nnd transact othor busii
,' Impoi'tanco concerning tho un
l? of the Steuben Mon?ment.
-3u?t(on &al._. TO- 33a.'*
A.fcy^^.;-.,. ..Jr ,. ......... --...-v;-..*-*,.*.*--.?"'*--"?*
Bv Pollard A- Bagby,
llen! EstatO Aucf lotioor..
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION 9ALB
Ol*'
TRACT OF I.AND CONTAlNlNd
EKiHTEHN AND TEN ONE-HUN
nnEUfilH ACRES, NEAR TIIE IN
TERHEC.ION OF THE BROAD
STREET F.OAD AND DAVIS IIOAD.
ln executlon ot a deed of trust
datod February tr., 1000, and ro.eordnd.
ln tho Clrcult Court of Henrlco, D, n.
181-A. page 394. dafatilt. havlng beon
mado In tho payment ot a portlon of
tho debt therein MCnred, t wlll sell by
publlc au.'tlon. ln front of thc Hon
rlco f'ourthotipo, nn
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7TII.
at 12 O'clock noon. thc abovo men
tlonod tract of land.
TERMS: Cash.
H, R POLLARD, .rn?
Trustee.
High Constable's Sale
I wlll sell by public auctlon, on
MONDAY, TIfE 7TH D-VY OF
NOVEMBER, 1910,
at 10 o'olock A. M.. at No. I0S West
Duval Street, tho following property
to satlsfy a elvil executlon H'linrles
Ros.n.erg vs. Lewis Rosenberg) In my
hands: Lot of Grocerles, etc.
TERMS: Cash.
XV, H. WYATT, .1 It..
H. C, 0. 11.
Aviai^'mauSj^utiiKtjBttpB.
Bv C. L. & H. L, Denoon,
Real Estato Auctloneers.
821 E. Main Streot.
AUCTION SALE
OF
TWO NEAT DWELLINGS ON ASH?
LAND STREET, FACING THE OLD
RESERVOIR PARK, WELL.
RENTED.
At request of owner, wo. wMl offer
for sale by publlc auctlon, on tho prem
iBeB, on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1010,
at 4:30 P. M.. tho two frame dwelllngs.
containing about slx rooms each, nUtn
bercd 1 _l_ nnd 1214 Ashland Streot,
faclng thc Old Rcsorvolr Park. wlth lot
rrontlng K) f%et on north Une of Ash?
land Streot. Tho houses are compara
tively new, occupled by good tenants
at a paylng rental, thus making a good
Investment or nlco homes.
TERMS: Liberal and unttouhced at
C. L. & H. L. DENOON,
Auctloneers.
By C. L. _ IX. L. Denoon.
Real Estate Auctloneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
NICE DWELLING, CONTAINING SIX
ROOMS AND LOT 60 FEE i FRONT,
ON PURDIE AVENUE, IN WA'VBft
LY, FULTON HILL.
By vlrttle of a deed of trust. dated
Januarv 11, 1301", recorded ln clerk's of?
flce Henrlco Clrcult Court. D. B. 1S4 A,
pag-? ;i04. and at reritlest of noto holder,
det.utlt having beoh lnadc in.paymetit
of notes secured In s_ld doeil, r Wlll
sell liy auction, on the prernlses, on
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1910,
at 4 o'clock P _.| tne real estate tle
scrlbed In sald deed as "all tnoso two
certaln lots of land, wlth all the Im?
provements tlicreon, lyltig and belng
ln the countv ot Henrlco. Va., on tbe
south side of Pitrdle Avenue, deslg
natcd as lots Nos. jS and 50 in the sub
dlvi"lon or block No. ",, in the plan ot
Waverly."
TERMS: Cash to pay expenses ot
salo, any taxes duc and to pay two
notes of $24 oach, wlth lnterest on
same. credit as to note ot $24, due July
14, 1910. and notes of $_4 and JSO't.
both due January 14. 1911; balance at
one and two years. 6 per cent. lnterest,
or all cash at optlon of ptircnas.r.
C L. DENOON. Trustee.
OUR
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By Pollard _ Bagby
AUCTION SALE
OF
VERT DESIRABLE BRICK HOME NO.
408 N. ROBINSON STREET. BE
TWEEN KENSINGTON AND
STUART AVENUES.
Wc will sell ftt auctlon, on the prern?
lses, on
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1910,
at ??:_? p. M.. the af*-* . <? .&-??;.._?-_ Acw
brick house, -.oinaining elght rooma
and all modern conveniences and ready
for possession.
The houso ls new and Improv.n*.
oach day in value. Tt must bc sold.
TERMS; Easy and announeed at sale.
POLLARD & BAGBY,
Auctloneers.
3B tbftenb Mome*___
Atlantlc Coast Line Rallroad Company,
Offlce of the Treasurer.
Wllmington, N. C, Novomber 1.1910.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AT
lantlc Coast Line Rallroad Company
has declared a dlvldend ot two and
one-haif per cent. on the preferred
capltal Btock of that company, pay?
able at the offlce of the Treasurer. at
Wllmington, N. C, on nnd after No?
vember 10. 1910. The transfer booka
are closed from the 31st day of Oc?
tober, 1910, to November 10, 1910,
both datcs .ncluBlv*^ _ pQST#
Treasurer.
t St.
>r 10,
com
aa ot
itttng
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 9 A. M. TO R P. M.
ADMISSION 25c._
g?_aa____a____--IIWIIIIa*__*?a*a_B????a?
STRIKERS QUIET
Clvll Gunr.il. Hnve No Trouble tn rre
ventlusr Dcmoiistratlotis.
Madrld, November 8.?Qulet mirajta
talned to-day at Barcelona. Sabade ,
Tarrasa and other strlko ?*??.?'8* ,"?
Catalonla, tho clvll suarda llndln_ no
trouble lu breaklng up tlie feW at
teTr^lemfbXr de^y.'senor Cruells.
wt_'warmly"applauSed ln the cha
PreV^ci^fSfe-C^fe?^
_ffi. and* urglng speolal laws to curb
the excesses of strlkets._
FlrHt Strlke Futollty.
I inie Rock. Ark.. November G.?The
flrst fatallty here as the result of the
strlko of the iron Mountaln Rallroad
Oominuiy's iriuchlnlat-. occurredK.to
night. when .1. C. Werllck. a strlker
dieil Werllck was shot and wounded
durlng a clasli botwoen a small num?
ber of strikers and strtke-breaken*
near tho cdmpany's shops ln Arg-ntla
lato last night.
C F Duulfer, a strlke-breaker, who.
it is alleged, shot Werllck, was ar?
rested to-day. Thero Iraa no dlsovder
to-day. _
Klrxt Me_k*au Herby.
Moxico Clty, November 0.?-The tlrst
Moslcan Derby, for a. putso of $8.T.".U,
wns run to-day under thc au.ptctJt
of tha Mexlcan Jockey Club. Star
Eyes, the entry of T. R. Cruinp. for?
mer president of tho Federal Bank?
ing Company, won. Tlnie, .:4B.
Gore, entered by Atnor Brothers. wai
second. Tecoac, property of Governor
Landay Eacanilon, of the Federal DU
trlct, third. _
Yc.Bel- lii CollUlou,
Delawarc Brcukwater. Del. Novem?
ber U.?The schooner E.irl P. Mason.
wlth m!--en ina.l broken off and
wruckago hanglng over bev slde. wai
towod In hero to-day by the ateamer
Shawmut. froin Philadelphla for
CharIi~ion and Jackaonvill*. The
Shawmut'8 bowsprit waa _on?. Che/
had been tn collUlon eavly thla tnora
ing. The Shtiwmut later proceetle*.

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