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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD when
paid in advancc. Nt) Ad. takefl
lor loss than TEN CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS
THAN TVVEftTY-FIVE CENTS
when phoncd iu or charged at the
counter.
Classtfication not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
POR HUSINESSCONTRACTS
Phone Monroe 1 for tlio WANT
AD. MAN to call.
_.?_i <juu ?< ? ? ii
I.TiST,' i-.i;i \vi:i;n ' riii.NTUY ci.i:it
and Broad Htreel Road, polnter dog;
black arni white; bbb tail; now coi
lar, v.itb name in ink. tnvc iioiiurs
reward. DR. C. T. McCLlNTOUK,
Tho ChesterHeld; Rlchmond, or j. W.
WIL.BER, Cedar Grovo Farni, Broad
Streel Road
BTRA'YED 55 iJo.ST, ONE DARK BA_
pony, from 1208 Floyd. -Iberal nr
ivarfl it returned to owner.
LOST, IN T!IK NEIOHBORHOOD OF
Melvern Hlll. liluc lleiton temale
setter: faci I black, with cow
: in centre of fotehead; answers
i: i:<; i st k'i : i;n l ?; i a'i Cvi .C:
. on Sti ? et, 'Norfolk, Va.
OUN_ MAN "WITH K_S
? ,:.? . ;."i|.nco; can dou
t Income; for employment
nd; references required.
CIOAR COMPAN-, Key
ITANTED, T1NNKI'. AND HEDl't-K,
212 North Beventh, Frlday mornlng.
W \\T- T" ' i."' ' '<TE A I" "'Toll,
Inc ? ?>: marrled. Addrosi A. H. C,
Bo? ii. Hewlett. Hanovcr, V a._
t'ANTKD, 20 MEN TO ACT AS SL'Piilt
Apply I. BERNBTEIN,
Btage entrance, Academy ot Muslc,
Frlday (to-day), 10 a. m. l :;5''>,
care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
jUSTEK! IF YOU HAVE TI.KNTY Of
20th century hustle, a good -ducallon
und charaetor, and a Bttlf cash, we
want you to help us mamige a well
eatabllshed. incorporaled manufac
turing buaineas; good salary: good
proflt; a home enterprlae, nfflcered
bj the beat men of thls clty; nothmg
Hke U lu the South; only ono man
wanted; anbwer qulck. Address A
278, care Timos-Dlspatch.
WANTED FOR GOVERN
ltlon: $S0 menth*. write for
jbillons open. FBANKLIN
.:.. Di pt fj~-A. Koohester.
5)eic ?2xEI?ntpfj, .Ircituii.e.
our uaBIE- v>tcn&:
_3rof__tfional &elp U2~anttb.
v. -. ? IERS WTfll' I.l
. r llpl ... a from leadlng col
I . .. Free enrolirtent ten days;
: ose open to employment now.
SOU I ii BRN TEACHERS' AGENC'V,
' 'lumbla, 8. C._
SvANTED, ATONCE, TEACHERS WITH
: i and second grade certlncatea
for ono-room rural .schools. R. W.
CRIDLIN, Manager, Vlrginia Teach
i ???' Bureau, .South Rlchmond, Va.
?\\ ?.i.ntki.'.'a'"'TicAcm-ir. '\viiii"i-NDi-:i<
gtanda the public school syatem to
coach a child ten years old in artth
metlc and reading. one hour each
day. Address L 251, care Tlmes-Dls
patch. ____________
agents &&ante&._
Sv^:TEDrAGENTS"_N EVERif'TOWil!
clty and village ln Virginia, to sull
the "African Game Tralls," Roose
velt'8 own story of his great African
hunt. Greatest book of adventuro
ever vWitten. Address CHAIiLCS
SCRIBN-PR'.S SONS. -101 Corcoran
Bul)dln?T. Washlngton. D. C.
?eal Cstate for Sent.
foiTTnzNTTFt'RN 131 i ei S '"orIinYUIC
nlshed Glnter Park home; hot water
heat and all- conveniences. Apply
GINTER PARK OFF1CE. 1111 East
Jdalm_
RESUETS TO DANDDORDS?SKRVHJE
to tenants. J. A__CJJN.SELJ-^V_j^Jrt^:
?&eal Cstate for _a>al_.
l_^R^A^rr_T^2^ACl\E^THffBEirX^
r'arm land; $15 per acre; l.ROO.OOO feet
' plno sawmill tlmber; one-third. large
orlglnal growth, and other woods;
oak, poplar, gum, beech and hickory;
convenient to rail and water trans
' portation. For further, partlculars,
address H. J. AR1UNGTON ii CU?
Claremont, Va.
'resuUts TO DANDLOBDS?-SEH\ IUE
to tenantB. .1. A. CONNELLY & CO
iWEST GRACE STREET HOUSE;
near Roblnson. Apply G15 Brook
Avenue. '?_
FOR "SALE. WEST" END LOTS?FLO YD
Avenue. Graco and, Main Streets;
will trade for small improved prop?
erty. Apply 015 Brook avenue.
FAHMS' ANP Tli_B_at "LANDS; OUR
new catalogue contalns 100 farms
and tlmber lands; best bargalns ln
Vlrginia. I pay your rallroad fare.
' Write for freo catalogue. Aadreua
J R EL\M, Box 267, Charlottesvtlls,
Va._ __
_^eal ^staiTMiantcD.
because my olllce is close by, and is
open day and night. I know who
lB who among colorod pooplc. l rop
erty pwnera should thlnk of this
when looklng for colored >Mtanis.
B. A. CEJPHAS, Agent, 002 North Sec
0_d ______ Pliono Monroe 588.
~Wvaimii ?__Jortuiffi-T7
flKSlM'.T.s' TCT LAN DT.dKri.S?iJEltN lo'S
to tenants. J. A^CON.NEId.l & CO.
M'ANTEDi MEN OF tpEWlS WHO UAVH
aome lnvontlve ubiUty. GREELEY ?
MclNTVRE. Patont Attomeya Wash
lngnin. D. C. .
jpoat&tns.
wrANTEuTTAuXi.;' riOAinTERs'rXnSO
havo a largo front room, furnlshed,
for ronf. lotorencos oseliangcd. Ap?
ply C.<?_ East Graoi! Street._^_
BOARDERS " FOIt""""SECOND BTOR.
front and other rooms. 209 East
Grace.
MRS. CIIAREE.S K. BO>VEK8, 115
East Franklln; han lsoiuely appolnt
cd rooms, with board; large, well
' ventllatod dlnlng room, oponln. on
Second iatreot; meala by day or week.
^fjRNls i i i-i iTsiio6'M "\\ an'I'eiT"^!!^
or wlthout board, by young couple;
both omploycd; stato terms or don't
i answor, Addrasa JU.258, curo Times
, 'Wi-patoh. j
DAILY PUZZLES'
What public buildlng'.'
&NSWQH to viMTMi'.DAr* fvr.'/.t.B.
Cclery.
K ],? n ' ?? I ul : l":;li ^\L\C ^V \\~
Richmond; stock from J8.000 to
?i0,000; bualness over $20,000 a year;
iiboul 10,000 pi.-scrlptlons a year;
good reaaon tor nelllng. Address
I. 2||, f.are Tli'i"H-DlHpatch.
I'iji: sale, higii-grade upriumt
plano; mahogany caae; siightly used;
perfect condltldn; wlll take $12:, less
ilan coat. Address L U38, caro
'I Imes-Di.spati h
20 Gr.NUlXK McCLELLAN SADDLES.
ln good order. Orlglnal stlrrupa and
clnchos. RICHMOND JU.RNESS CO..
: 16 rf. Elghteenth Street_
FOH SALE, COMPLETE SETOFBANK
flxturea; good aa nevv; at a bargaln.
Addreaa Box 547, lUehmond, Va.
iiANO.SO.Mi: MAHUI.H MANTELS AND
marble tile, taken out of old Poit
Offlce buildlng; pnces low If sold at
once. Call Madlson 5312.
l-'i
Koit sale. ?". khare.s OF STOCK
of the Rlrhmond Iron Worka, now
manufacturing the "Vlrginlan" auto?
mobile; muat bo sold at once; make
me an ofter. Addres? VIRGINIAN,
P. O. Box Xo. SU, Norfolk, Va.
Hfi?ui/r1i'f6^LXNi3C6niJ^^iJH\'fCl-:
to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
VOUH EVENINGft ARE VALUABLK.
.young man; invost ihom wlth the
leaJmg bualness Bchool of the clty;
lf you learn more yoJ can earn more.
Schd or call for catalogue to-".ay.
MASSEY BUaiNE&g COLLEOH.
HUMA.V 1IAIR tSOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 203 North Thlrd._
MRS. A. .1. PYLE, ?li; NORTH 1TFTH
Street, leader ln dyelng. eleanlng and
renovattng ladles' and gcntlemcn'a
clothlng of every dehcrlption; plumes
lace curtalna cleaned and tlntea;
draperles, earpeta and rugs cleaned !
or dyed; Iluffy rugs woven from oia ,
carpots; umbrellas covered at short
notice. Phone 2522.
ABSOLCTE FORITT AND rREEDOM
from organlc matter?tlve gallon* for
25c?Holly Sprlnga Lithla Water.
Phone Monroe 477.
OROCER FOR SMtTH
s; all pork: young hogs.
EVER TRIED TIIO.SK
ade by us from old car
please the housekeeper
oney. Look over your
rpets an<l see what you
s utllizad in thls way.
I'YLE, 315 North Flfth
OMMUNICATION DESIRKD WITH
party advertlslng about two years
ago for W. I. Wltherlngton and
daughter Roxana regardlng aome
Engllsh property. Address R. W. M.,
201(1 West Sevonteervth .Street. Little
Rock. Ark.
Coal anu <EHoo&.
Y5tT"CAN""G !?:T" TlYlPJ-1 Nd^T^filitSf.'
ory stove wood ln the clty by phon
ing vour order to VA.-N. C WUtur.L
CO., Madlaon 411.
E. T. LONG 13 THE WOOD MAN ALL
over Richmond and suburbs, becausa
he sells so much wood; oak. pine.
hickory or slabs prepared to suR
every stove and flrepiace: try tha
leader. Yard. 1506 West Broad.
Phone Madlson 1069._
QUALITY AND QUANTITY ARE
guaranteed from us. We havo oak,
pine or alab wood, and our prlces
are rlght. We pleasc everybody!
Phone Madlson 6913. NORTH CARO?
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO.. 827
Brook Avenue.
WLmttij.
YOU55u^1d^^^V"ANTEir^f^^TtjljV
shorthand and typewrlting; great
demand for our graduates; eaay sys-,.
teuv tlnest equipment; reasonaDle
rates offered. MASSEY BUSINESS
COLLEGE._
W \NTED. TO BUY FOIt. CASH. HOUSE
hold gooda ln any quantlty. Phon?
Madlson 3851._
WANTED, WHITE OAK CROSS TIES
for the spot cash; for qulck ship
ment; In lots from 500 to 5,000;
prices, 89 cents basls to Phlladelphla.
Address JOHN BULLOCK, Bullock,
X C . I.IIMM?.
."^flat^MlanteiJ.
WANTEdT^FLAT; "l---bu'R~~OR~Yi ? 3
rooms; givo full descriptlon and
prlce. Address L 255, caro Tlmes
Dlspateh. _
JJoticcS._
Richmond, B'reSerlcksburs ana
Potomac Rallroad.
THE FRE1G1IT DEPOTS O^ THIS
company wlll bo closed NOVEMBER
2-tTII?Tlianksglving Day
I'ertshable frelght wlll bo deliv?
ered between the aours of S and 10
A. M.
LE5MH ELLIH.
_Agcili. {g
f HAVE-THE FiTTEST WILD~FOWL
and goese marshes on Currltuck
Sound, where you can go for a few
days' sport. For terms art'd how to
get there, address ISAAC ETHER
KDOEi Deals P. O., Currltuck county,
N^C._
WANTED, THE PUBi? C TO KNOW
that Jahnke Bros., Jewelers, 912
East Main trcet, buy, sedl. ex
chaugo and romount dlamonds Id
the latest stylea. Old gold and sll
ver taken in exchange._
BHIRTS~TO ofvD~ER?FALLAND WIN^
ter shirtlngs aro being shown by ua
ln all the ueslrablo patterns of both
foreign and domestic weavos. Flna
dress shirts. ' as well aa colored;
pajamas nnd ur-lerweur made to
ineusure only. on tho premlses, Call
or wrlte for aumples. CREERY
SH1RT CO.. INC, 713 East Main
Street. W. S. Constable, p:jaldont
and treaaurer._
BTENOGUAPHY AND lIOUKKlilUtMNti
tboroughly taugat at roasonaoie tul<
tior ratea; day and e\ oning aesslons.
Telephone, call or wrlta for uut'tl'JU
lura. MASSEY. BLSlNEftS COL.
LEGE.__ .
WANTED, THH~ T'UIIDIO TO-"KNOW
that I am prepared to do all kinds
of haullng apd movlng. B. T.
1'tROWN, 170S Everott. Street, South
Richmond. Phone Madlson 4977.
The Southern Loan Office ?
WILL SELIi AT PUI1L1Q AUCTION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910,
at 10:30, all uiiredeemed pledgos, such
as Dlamonds, Watchea, Platola, Ma?
chines, ete. All parties havlng gooda
wlth ua muat come day boforo sale and
renew thelr goods,
0. C. BRIDGES,
stato Auctloneer,
'__ ^litfcellaneoua.
HIIOi: UlcC.vilHNt)."'
;pc half solb me.vs suoeh:
ludlea'. fi'ir; chlldren'fl. 10c ..nd tip;
every pali sewcd, dkkws eluic
TRIC BHOE PAOTORY, ,'10 East
Mnln. Phone Monroe 28u7. .
RUB IT OUT.
WIIEftEVEP. AC1IB OR PAIN TB LO
catid?stlftncss and aoreness of mui
cles or Jolnts?rub ln Frayacr'i
Great Ncrvo and Ilone Llnlmont, and
the pain dlsappoara; the grcatest all
round llnimont ln use for man and
beast; try it?don't suffer?here U
tho rlght help; 25c bottlos. at drug
glBts'.
MATTRESnEK,
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES HK.MADE
now; sanltary methoils used; rellablo
work. BYDNOR & IIUNDLEV, 711
Kaat Broad Street. Madlson 3204.
BASKET AND RATTAN WORKS.
507 EAST MAP.SHALL PHONE MON
roc 747. Chalrs caned; all klndg of
chatra repalred; novoltles our spe
'claity.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUB FURN1TUHE;
furnitpro repalred, poltshcd and
packed; upholsterlng, etc. L N.
ARNALL, 318 Brook Avenue. Phone
6277.
fcccral Jiottces.
?"CO'.M.MI SSIOX Ei?? ' NOTICfiT
VIRGINIA?IN THE CHAXCEKY
COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH?
MOND:
Capltol Savlngs Bank, Inc, whlch
sues, etc.t'lalntllt
E. Harvle Spence's admlnlstratrix
et als.Detendant3
(Extract from decree entered on Octo
her 14, 1910.)
? ?? ? ? '|-j10 Court doth adjudge, or?
der and decree that thls cause be re
ferred to Edwln M. Pllcher, one of tne
commlHsloners in chancery of thiB
court, who Is dlrected to inquiro and
report to the court as foilows: ? ? ?
"Thlrd. A settlement of the admln
Istration accounts of the estato of tho
said Ellas Harvle Spenco, deceased, by
said Bessle A. Spence, his admlnls?
tratrix.
"Fourth. What debts are. stlll owlng
by the estate of the said Ellas Harvlo
Spence, deceased, to whom payable,
their nature, amounta. and rcspeetive
priorltles. ? ? ??
"Before proceedlng to executo these
lmiuirles, tli" sa'ltl eommisaioner la
hereby dlrected to givo notice of the
time and place flxtd on by him for cx
executing thls decree, to the "pTTfUes or
thelr counsel, and to said guardlan
ad lltem, and also by publlshlng notice
of the thlrd and fourth TTTTms of this
reference once a week for four suc
cessiva wccks ln some newspaper of
generaV circulatlon, publlshed ln the
clty of \lchmond. whlch notice or pub
llcatlon shall be equKalent to per
sonal service thereof on the crolLors
of Ellas Harvle Spence, deceased."
Offlco of
Commis-ionor Edwln M. Pilchcr,
Room 618 Mutual Buildlng.
Richmond, Va., November 9, 1910.
To all credltors of Ellas Harvlo Spence,
deceased:
Take notice, that I have flxed upon
the 12th day of December, 1'jIO, at 10
o'clock A. M., as the tlme, and my office
aforesaid as the place, for executlng
the decree from whlch the foregoine;
Is an extract.
Given under my hand as commisslon
cr In chancery of the Chancery Court
of the clty of Richmond the day and
year above written.
BDWIN M. PILCHER,
Commlssloner in Chancery.
WISE & CHICHESTER, anu
.1OHX GARLAND PULLARD, p. q.
VIRGINIA?IN THE CLEKK'S OFFICE
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OF HANOVER, IX VACA
TIOX, NOVEMBER 14, 1910:
Vlrglnta S. Semple, Mary C. Bur
well and Charles Burwell, her
husband; William Hartwell Ma
can, Mary Sayre Johnston and
Xat B. Johnston, her husband;
Carter Braxton Tomlln, Harrison
Ball Tomlin, Edmonla F. Maupln
and .lames F. Maupln,' her hus?
band, and Robert W. Tom?
lln .Pia;jitlfts
vs.
W. A. Campbell, exe.cutor of the
last will and testament of John
H. Tomlin, deceased; the trustees
of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterlan Church ln tho
Unlted States, and Lella S. Brax?
ton .Defendants
In Chancery.
The object of thls suit is to obtain
an accountlng from W. A. Campbell,
the executor of Jd7in H. Tomlin, for
the personal property bequeathed in
the will of Elizabeth R. Tomlin to"*the
said John H. Tomlin for his lifetime;
to have the will of said John H. Tomlin
declared null and vold so far as the
same attempts to bequeath said per
sonal.*t>ropnrty to the defendant, the
trustees of the General Assembly of
the Presbyterlan Church in the Unlted
States. and to recover the said per?
sonal property, or its value, for the
plaintiffs.
And atfldavit havlng been made that
the said defendant, the trustees of the
General Assembly of the Presbyterlan
Church in the Unlted States, ls not a
re = ldent of this State, it is hereby re
quired to appear within tifteen days
after due publl^atlon hereof and do
what ls necessary to protect Its ln
terost.
Testo: C. W. TAYLOR, Clerk.
ROBERT W. TOMLIN. p. q.
A Copy?Teste: C. W. TAYLOR,
ClerK.
COMMONWEALTII OF VIRGTNIA?
To the Sherlff of the County of Han
over?Greotlng:
We command you, as we have here
tofore done, that you summon the trus?
tees of tlie General Assembly of tne
Presbyterlan Church ln the Unlted
States, a corporation, lo appear in the
clerk's office of our Clrcult Court of Han
ovor county, at the rules lo be holden for
said court on the thlrd Monday ln De?
cember, 1910, to answor a bill ln chan?
cery, exhlhlted agairiTTt It and others
by Vlrglnla S. Semple, Mary C. Bur?
well and Charles Burwell, her husband;
William Hartwell Mncon. Mary Sayre
Johnston and Nat B. Johnston, her
husband; Carter Braxton Tomlin, Har?
rison Ball Tomlin. Edmonla F. Maupln
and James F Maupln, her husband,
and Robert W. Tomlin. And ha\e then
and there this wvit.
Wfthess C. W- Taylor, clerk of our
said court, at his ofhce, the 14th day
of November, 1910, ln the 135th year
of our foundatlon.
Teste: C. W. TAYLOR, Clork.
ROBERT W. TOMLIN, p. q.
A Copy?Toste: C. W. TAYLOR,
Clork.
Special Dining Room for
Automobile Parties.
Richmond, Va.
The most magnlileent hotol ln tho
South. Europoan pliui. Rooms slnglo
and en aulte, wlth aiui wlthout baths.
Spaeloua. aamplo rooms.
Rate, fl.OQ. ner day and upwurd.
Tablo d'Hoto Dlnners Saturday and
Sunday eveninga, tl to 9 o'clock, ?1.50
each,
'aUCtlOtl^S_>rttC0, _lfUtlU'p. JJrtPB
By J. Thdmpaofi Brown ,r.- Co
rtcal Estato AgontH and Auctlonecra,
TRKSTKE-; SAI.F,
THREE I'T.A.MM RKSIDENCES,
SEVEN R'HiMS EACH,
NOS. 1120-M22 WEST C_AY, NEAR
BOWE STREET,
AND
NO. ;i MULBERRY STREET,
BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY,
TI'ESDAY, NOVEMBER 2D KilO,
AT \ V. M.
By virtue of a docd of trust to the
und'or.-lgnod trustee, rlated Juno ].
1909, recorded ln the ,;. i w Pfjjco ,lf
tho chancery Court. of the i Ity of Rlch?
mond, D. B. 202 i), page ..;.? ire
. the payment of the aum ol
thdJeln mentlohcd, and defati ,.;,
[been mado and being required :?? the
boriotlclarv so to do, the trustee will
proc.'od to Bell on tho above date and
hoiira, commenclng on Clay Street, the
property deacrlb&d ln Hd deed, as
fdllows: Non. 1120 and H22 Wem Clay
: Street, and bounded aa follon : Be
glnnlng at a polnt on th" north llne of
West Clay Street 80 feet easl f Bowe
I Htroet. thence rtmnmg eastwardly and
' Irontlng on f;ald north nn. of Clay
; Streot 40 feet and back between par
1 allcl lines 220 feet to an alley; also
I tho framo dwelling on east llnrs of
| Mulberry Street. between Main and
Cary Streets. bcglnnin- it. the north. '
I ern llne of an alley. which Hne is 130
I feet a inches north of Cary streot. r im j '
nlng thence northwardl.v and frontlng
on sald Mulberry Streei 10 feet with
depth between parallol llnes 227 feet S,
Inches.
The proporty will be sold as follow:!
Commenclng with the two houses on I
West Clay Street.
The house on Mulberry Street will
be sold Immedlately after tho above,
irav about 4:46 o'clock.
TERMS: Cash as to expenaea of salo
and to pay off all taxea, chargea and
dues thereon, and tbo sum of $4,300,
with Interest, and balance ln one an..i
two years, with interest, .?ecur?d by
trust deed.
REAL ESTATE SECURITY CO
Trustee.
Atlantip Coast Line
EKFECTIVK NOVEMBER 1, 1910.
TUA1NS LEAVE RICHMOND DAILY.
For Florlda and South: l;0u A. M., 8:15 A.
M. and 7:35 P. M.
For Norfolk: 11:00 A. M., 3:00 P. M., 4:11
P. M.
For N. & W. Ity. West: 0:_ A M., 11:60 A.
M., 3:00 P. M. and 9:20 P. M.
For Pet?rsburg: 1:W A- M- 5;!5 A- M- 8:U
A M., 9:00 A. M., 12:10 F. M., 2:00 P. M?
4:10 P. M-. ?:? P. M., 7:35 P. M., 3:20 P. M.,
U:46 P. M.
For Goidsboro and Fayettevitle: M;t0 P. M.
Tralna arrlvo Rlchmond dally 4:40 A. M.,
B:l0 A. M., 6:40 A. M.. '8:37 A. M., "10:45 A.
M.. 11:40 A. M.. ?2:00 P. M., "2:15 P. M.. 8:05
P. M., 6:35-P. M.. 8:00 P. M., 9:00 P. M.,
11 _0 P. M.
?Except Sunday. ??Sunday only.
Tlmo of arrlval and departurc and connec
tloos not guarantr.ed.
C. R. OAMPBBl.L. D. P. A.
Norfolk and WesternRailway
ONLT ALl'rACL LINE TO NORFOLK.
Bchcdule ln EHect Octobcr 2, 1910.
_?ave Byrd Street Statlon. Hlchmond, FOR
NORFOLK: ?8:00 A. M., *3:C0 P. M.. ?l!lO P.
il.
FOR LYNCIIBURQ AND THE WEST:
?6:15 A. M., ?9:00 A. M.. '_00 I*. II., 'J^S
P, M.
Arrlve Rlchmond from Norfolk: ?11140 A.
M., '6:35 P. M., "11:20 P. M. From t_a West:
?6:50 A. M., a2:00 P. M., K:1S P. M.. 6:03 P.
M.. '9:00 P. M.
?Dally. aDaily, ex. Sunday. bPundaj only.
Pullman. Parlor and Sleeplng Cars, C?f?
Dlnlng Cars. C. H. BOSLEY.
W. B. BEVILL, D. P. A.. Rlchmond, aV.
G. P. A.. Roanoke. Va.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
I.-.- ? ? LUliy?Eui .._._j to c.a x'omt,
4:00 P. -, Nowpori ,Vewi a_d Nerloik.
7:40 A.?Daily. Locai to No*;<ort Nuw_
1:00 F.?Daily. Local to tild Polnt.
i:?.?-? P. j Dally?Louiswli* und Clnclnnat!
U:W P. ?< Putimans.
(:_ F.?DaJIy. "St. Louls-Chlr'-o Special."
Pullman*.
t:K A.?Dally?CharlotteivllI- Week dtyi
?Hlnton.
6::; P.?Week da>B. Local to Gordonsvtlle.
10:0v A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex., C. Forge.
6:15 P.?Week daya. To Lynchburg.
TRALNS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from East-3:25 A. M.. 7:t,0 P. M.
Through from East?11:35 A. M., 6:ii P. M.
Locai from West?'8:30 A. il., 8:10 A. _.,
':20 P. 3_.
Through?7:00 A. M., 2:45 p. M.
James Rlver Llne??8:35 A. M.. 6:15 P. M
Richmond iud Petersburg Electric Railwaj
Cara leave Manchester, Seventh and Perr>
BtreetE, for Petersburs:
?6, 7, S. *5. 10. 11, '12 A. M., 1, 2, ?S, 4.
"5:4J, *6. 7, 3. '3, 10 P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chestcr, 12:00 mldnlght for
Petersburg.
Cars leave FeterBburg, foot of Sycamoro
Street, for Manchester:
6-15 6:35, "7:15, *7:35. 8:35, 9:36, '10:35, 11:35
> M., 12:35. M:S5. 2:35. 3:35. ?4:35, B:S5, ?:35
?7:33, 8:33. 9:"3. '10:40. 11:40 P. M.
?Carries baggage and express.
??Llml'.ed. except Sunduys 'and holldayj
All cars from Petersburg connect with cars
for Rlchmond.
lictooflXSeuei1ctel)'i^PotoiacB.ffi
T0 AMD FROM WASHINQTON AND BEYOND.
I?ave Rlchmond j
?_._<> _..'?. Bjrt St.Sta.
'o.itiA.a. lljrdSt.St-.
?5.45 A.S. Main St.Sta.
?8.40A._.Bjr4 St.SU.
?lS.Oinooaajnst. SU.
44.00 l'.U. Byr-bt.8ta.
24.15 P.-.Klba Statlon.
?5.1.r, I'.il. _aln.St. Sta.
?8.20P.M. BiriSt. Sta.
Arrlve Rlchmond
*J.?0A.M. BjraSt. Sta.
211.25 A.M. Elba Utatloa.
tU.36A._. BjrdSt.St-.
*l.iaP.M._alnSt.Bt_
?2.4SP.M. Byrd St.Sta.
?7.20 P.M. BiroSt.SU.
?0.00 P.B. Bvr4 8t.SU.
?10.40 P.M. Main St. SU.
?12.6UnlghtBjrd8t.8U.
ACC0HH0DATIW TRAINS-WEEKDAYS.
Leare Brrd St. SU. l.lli) P. _. for Freterlokabnrir,
Laare Klba SU. 7?0 A. H., 6.30 P. M. for Ajliland.
Arrlre Brrd St. Sta. 8.25 A.M. from Fredericksb'g.
Arrlic Klba 8U. 6.40 A.M.,5.110P.il.froniAililand.
?Daily. tWeekdayt. JSundays oaly.
All traist to or from Byrd Street Statlon
(e_cept trains lsaving 4.50 a. m. and arrlvlag
10.50 ntgl: t) atop at Elba. Ticn* of mrrlvala aac
?Vsyirtiiree aot enaramUed. Read the aigne. ,
SOUTHEKN7 RAIL-WAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. B.?Following schedule flguroa publlsheO
as informatton and not guaranteed:
6'K' A. M.?Dally?Local for Charlotte, Dm
ham and Ralelgh. 10:15 A. M.?Dally?Llmlt
ed?For all polnva South. Drawlng Room
Hurtet Sleeptng Car to Memphls vla Ashe
ville and Chuitanoosa. 3:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun?
Local for Durharn and Intermedlate siations.
6:C0 P, M.?Ex. Sun?lteysvtlle Loeal. 11:43
P. M.?Dally?Llmltud?For all points South.
Pullman ready 9:30 r. M.
YORK RIVER LINE.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?To Weat Pt., connect
ir.g for Balllmoro Mon., Wed. and Fri. V3'
A. M.-Ex. Sun. und _:1S P. M.-Mon., Wed.
and Fri.?Local to West Polnt.
TRAINS ARRIVB RICHMOND.
From tho South: 1:50 A. M,, 8:05 P. M.,
dally $:|0 A M., Ex. Sun.; 12:55 Ex. Sun.;
j-OO P M., dally. From West Polnti 9:30 A.
M, Dully; 11:35 A, M., Wed. and Fri.; 6:45
P.' M.. Ex. Sun.
| S. E. BURGESR, D. P, A?
>2o E. Main St 'Phone MadUon 45S.
~ seaboaiYu axh"ixs&,
Southbound trains scheduled to loavo Rlch?
mond daily: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna,
Ralelgh, Charlotte, Wllmlngtou, 1:'J0 P. M.?
Sleepera tt<ul coaihos, Atlanta. Dirmlngham,
Savannah, JacUsonvillo and Florlda points.
10:8Q 1'. M.?Sltepers and coachos, Suvanuali,
j.-iiksonville, Atlanta, Blnnlngham and
Memphls. Northbound tralna schedulod to
iinlvo Rlchmond dally: 6:33 A. M.. 5:05 P.
M? 5:10 P.
iTltllMON'n AND OHB8APKAKE BAV
BAXLWA- CO.MPANY.
Schedulo ot electric traluu to and from
Ashlund, atopplng at Intermedlate atatlons
uuoii signal: Lv. Rlchmond (Broad and
Laurei Kts.): 0:?b, ^HO, 8:10b, 8:10b, ??10:10,
U'10 A. M.; 1:10, 2:10, 3:W, 4:10b, 6:10,- 6:30.
7-io. 8:10b, 10:10, 11:45 P. M. Lv. Ashland:
?6:66, *:00b, 8, 5t>, 10. "11 A. M., '12 M., "1,
2 3. 4. 61), 0, 7, S. !)b. 11 P. M.
'?Dnlly oxcopt Sunday. "Sunday only.
bcarrlejtbjaggagSjv^^._?_.___,__.__,.?
0tlantic Citi> SvesorW
GALEN HALL ^
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Alwkyaopen. Alwayu reaily. Always bu?y.
. h\ L. YOUNG, Gen'lM?n??*_
i HIS MESSAGE
TarilT, Railroads. and Palifcrria
Will Bc Most Important
Subjccts.
FOR REVISION DOWNWARD
Reptiblicaiis Expectcrl to Do
Mucli Work in
Ilarmony.
Wnshlngton, November 21.?Although
President Taft. while golng to and re
turnlng from Panama, dlctated a large
portlon of his annual measage to Con
gress, he has yet to wrlte the most
Important parts.
Ho has not fully conaldorod these
matters, and wlll glve the next week
to that work. That he may have un
di.sturbed lelsuro to do so, Secretary
Xorton to-day relterated, wlth emphasls,
his Btatement that no engagements
for callers wlll be made ln the next
llve or 8lx days, nnd that thn Pres?
ident muat have tlme to preparo hla
vlews for Congress.
Three subjects of the messnge will
stand out ln thelr Interest and im
portanco. First, from a polltlcal
standpolnt, w'll be the recommenda
tions on tarlff rovlalon, lf tho Pres?
ident concludcs that It is poss'ble to
do somethlng at tho coming short ses?
slon. But on thla aubject the Presi?
dent has not framed hla vlews, even
tentatlvely.
To Connlllt TnrlfT Board.
The tarlff hoard wlll be sent for and
an early conference held as to Its pre
Opening Pennsylvania Station,
New York, Nov. 27,1910
Commencing Sunday, November 27th,
/ill tralns to and from New York Clty
via Pennsylvanla Rallroad. Including
thoso carrying Pullmans operated ln
connectlon wlth .the Richmond, Frcdcr
Icksburg and Potomac Rallroad, wlll
arrlve at and depart from new Penn?
sylvanla Station, Seventh Avonue and
Thlrty-thlrd Street. Thls wlll effect
conslderable reductlon ln the through
schedules vla Pennsylvanla Rallroad,
enabllng passengera to reach the heart
bf New York Clty sooner and leave
later and obviatlng the necessity of
ferry transfer to and from Jersey Clty.
Sleepers leavlng New York on late
tralns via Pennsylvanla Rallroad will
be open for occupancy in Thirty-third
Street Station 10:00 P. M., and those
nrrlving that station in tho early morn?
ing may be occupled untll 7:30 A. M.
Full Informatlon covering the new ar
rangement wlll be furnished on appli
catlon to any Richmond, Fredericks
burg and Potomac tlckot agent or W.
P. Taylor, T. M.
Baltiffiore Steam Packet Co
Equipped with wlreless telegraphy.
TO BAI.T1MORE AN'D THE NORTH VIA
NORFOLK AND OLD POINT.
Leave Richmond Dally Includlng Sunday.vla
N. & W. Ry. 3:00 P. M,, Norfolk 6:30 P. M.
C. & O. Ry. 4:00 P. M., Old Polnt 7.-30 P. M.
O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. (ono day In Nor?
folk).
Va. Nav. Co. 6:30 A. M. (Monday. Wednes?
day and Frlday).
Tlcketa at all offlccs. For statorooms ap?
ply to H. M. BOYKIN, Agent, 830 East Main
Street.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Richmond foot ot Aah St. da!ly.7:0O P. M.
Leavo Newport News.5:00 A. M.
Arrlve Norfolk .6:00 A.M.
Connects wlth main llne steamera leavlng
Norfolk for New York dally except Sunday
7:00 P. M. Connectlon also made by N. &
W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. & O. Ry. tt i P. M.
Nlgh: Llne steamcrs stop at Claremont to
land or recelve pasaengers on algnal.
VIRGINIA NAVHiATION CO.-James Rlver
by daylight for Norfolk. Old Point, New
port Newi and all Jamei Rlver landlngs.
Hteamer leaves Monday, Wednesday and
Frlday at 7:00 A. M. Frelght received for
all James Rlver landlngs.
Ttialn TlcU-ct Office. 821 E. Main Street.
Mercbaats and fiiiners TransportationC o
Norfolk to Bimton, Maos., and
Prorldence. R. 1
Steamera leave Norfolk for Boston, Tue.,
Wed., FrI. and Sun.; for Provldence Mon.,
W'ed. and Sat. at 6 P. M. Passengera and
frolght taken 'nr all New England points.
I Tlckets on sale at office C. & O. Ry.. N. A
I W. Ry.. S. H. Bowman. 70$ East Main, and
Richmond Transfer Co.. 309 East -Main.
American
Pleasure
'Cruises
To the Interesting
Eastern Lands
An Orlenta.1 Crulsa leavlne
New York JANUARY 38, l?lt,
(by the S. S. Clsvaland. tor
Madelra, Spaln, lialy. Greeoe,
Turkay, Egypt. Holy Land,
etc. Duratlon of 8( days. Rates
from $325 up, Includlng land
lng and embarklng expenses.
AIbo erulsts to tlie Went lu
dlos, Houth Ainerlca, Around
the U'tf-rld. Cp tho N'lle, et?.
Send (or lllustratsd booka.
HAMBURG-AMJKRICAN LINE
8. H. Bo-wman, 701 HJa.it Main
Street.
C. O. Alley, care Rlohmond
Transfer Co., Richmond, Va.
to Spend Your
Join the BANKERS' CRUI3E to tha
MKDITERRANEAN. A Grand Mid
winter Excursion to Egypt and the Orient,
JANUARY 24, 1911.
S> S. Nerw Amsterdam. Rates, $400.00
to $92S.OO.
Illustrated programs furnished on ap
plication to.
SAM'L H., BOWMAN,
Southern Pass. Agent.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
The Confederate Museum
TWBLFTH AND CLAY STRBET8
OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P, M.
ADMISSION 25c. l . '
The Valentine Museum
1SLBV1SNTH ANU CLAY STRH13T8
Open dally fromilO A. M. .0 5' P. M.
iiduilaalou 260. Ffco pn' Saturday*.
GREAT STORIES in the
-CHRISTMAS
n
muMMwm
SIR ARTHUR CONANDOYLE'S
second oplHodo, "Through the Mlsts" of tho groat hlstorlc past.
"Tho Flrat Cargo"?the coming of the Saxona to Brltaln. llius
trated by N. C, Wyf'th.
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS'S
"Tho Consul." The Hiory of a fnlthful aorvant of his country.
Illuatrated by F. U. Steele.
KATHARINE HOLLAND BROWN'S
"Tho Bonnot Wlth Lllacs." A truer, more tender love story has
rarely beon wrltten. )"
THOMAS NELSON PAGE'S
"Tho Straneor's Pew" Ih tho very omborllment of the splrlt nnd
tneanlng ot thrlstmas tlmo. lllu.strated hy Blendon Campbell.
JOHNFOX, JR.'S
"Christrrtas for Blg Ame." How the marshal found the moun
talnecr. lllustratcd by Flagg.
F. HOPKINSON SMITH'S
charming "Konnedy Square" and
GEN'L FREDERICK FUNSTON'S
stirrlng account of "A Defeat and a Victory."
-BJ?H,.,t?lil.i^'!,;ai.,ay7..<.;+',*rWIV,V.^^^
pnredness to suhmlt to the executtve. ,
who. would In ttirn suhmlt to Congress, .
oomplete flgures rclatlng to several |
ttirlff schedules takcn up by that body.
Tho woolen schedulo ls ono of those
and the pulp schedule is nriother.
Tho whole country ls watching the
woolen propositlon. Every newspapor
and magazine ls affected by tho pulp
schedule. The Presldent does not pro
pose, It ls sald, to rush theso tarltT
matters before Congress.
Unless tho tarlff board Is prcparcd
to Hiibmlt the clearest and most con
vinclng llgures for actlon by Congress,
then tho probablllty ls that no rccom
mendutlons will be rnado for schedulo
revislon at the coming session. Should,
however, there bo somethlng deflntte
and tanglblo to present. thero is he
lleved to be llttlo doubt that tho Pres?
ident Will rccommend that Congress
revlse thoso schedules accordlng to
sclentlflc facts and flgures that may
be lald beforo that body.
The Presldent does not lntcnd to
upproach the subject from conslder
atlons of polltlcal capltal or ma
nocuvrlng. IIo wlU handle lt ln ac
cordance with promlses made -when
he asked that tho tarlff board be
creatod. and in llno with the known
demands of tho country for downwanl
revislon. Tho Trcsldent bclieves,
though, that the country wants prac?
tical, sonslble. sclentlflc revislon, and
that any other sort w'll brlng dls
aster to the men or party attetnpting
It.
After conferences with the tarlff
commlsslon and Cablnet offlclals, with
probably half a dozen Republican lead?
ers who may be 'n Washlngton, the
Presldent will reach a dec'sion as to
what he will say. It ls at least cer?
taln that he wlU strongly advlse tho
retentlon of the commisslon and the
broadenlng of Its powors.
Ilnllrondx nnd Truatii Prohlcm.
Furtber rallroad lcgislation and trust
law phases will come in as of next im?
portance to the tarlff. The Presldent
has been on record for years as favor
Ing a law for Federal incorporatlon of
corporations. Ho may urge that the
Republicans, before turnlng the llouse
over to the Democrats, ptlt through a
law of this klnd.
Undoubtedlv he will recount what has
been done by the adminlstrallon in en
forcement of the Sherman antl-trust
law. Hls dlscusslon of thls subject
will naturallv be cautious. .11 v-lew of
the big trust cases pendlng In the
United States Supreme Court and to be
SOttled the comino: wlnter.
The Presldent's" regard for the court
will prevent hls saylng anythlng ln
hls message that may be eonstruod as
an attempt to Influcnee that hody in
handllng tho Standard Oll and Aineri
can Tobacco cases. Bv that tlme also
there will have been flled by tlio gov?
ernment a suit for the.dissolutlon of
tlie sugar trust.
As to further control of the rail'-oad?
the President has an opon tnlnd at thls
tlme He ls to confor with tlie StooK
and' Bond Commlsslon, authorized by
tlie last session of Congress, to conslder
the best method of t-\_leral suoervlslon
of tho Issues of stocks and bonds by
lnterstate carrlers, as well as control .
of the capltallzation of the roads. which |
would mean tb'elr physlcal valuatlon by^
the government.
The oommissloa ls sald not tn bo
readv to report. It mav be ready. how.
ever.' to make suggestlons to the Presl?
dent tliat will ald him ln recommenda.
tlons. .. ,
The subjeet is enormously big ana
important. It mlght as well be undor
stood that the Presldent will not pro
Dose laws that will oripple tho buslness
of the country. Whlle he wants further
supervlslon and control, espeelally 111
the Interest of investors in rallroad se
curltlos he wants that control s'o man- j
aged tliat lt will not react upon the {
roads. / _,' . , , , ,
Ho wants to see rallroad development 4
in this country. and ballevea tliat If tlie j
rallroads will acquiesce in proper su-|,
pervlslon thev will nnd a great increase ,
ln publlc oontldence lu their manugo- .
ment. With Ffi'leral Incorporatlon. su?
pervlslon of capUallzation and tho l_stii!
of securlties. there will bo about tlio
most completo Sftt of laws for the rall
roads ln anv country ln the world, the
Presldent will probably say.
But the reeommendatlons may not al
together deal v>tl] further control of
intorstate rallroad systems. Mr. I5>?
is Vlkoly to l-epeat former recommenda -
tion of'his own that the roads bo glven
the right to make traffle agreements
under certaln ilmltatlons. Mr. Rooso
velt also pressml thls right for tho
roads ln se.v_ral of hls messages.
Canal l''ortllli'iitiou.
Tho thorough fortlllcatlon of the
Panama Canal will be strongly urged
upon Congress, either in tho reguhir
messugo or in a special message. lho
President is suro that as the canal
nears complotlon tliere ls a growing
patrlotlc Interest ln It among the
Amerlcan people. llo ls suro that tho
m__3 of tho peoplo will hellovc that
tho country should fortlfy thls great
work, to bo complotcd at such lm
mense cost.
The Whlle Houso has not yet re
celved the report of tho board of
army and navy onglneers tliat went
to Panama some months ago to con?
slder tho best nicans and cost of for
lltlcatlon defenses. Thls board will
preparo planB for tho fonitlciations
and suhmlt them to the Presldent.
The total cost wlU run into mll
llons of dolhu-s. The Presldent will
unhosltatlngly ask thal Congress bo
gin maklng approprlatlona for thls
purpose, so that when lho ounul is
finlshed and ready for buslness tlu
rorlltloallons will bo thero U> oari
for tho Interests of tho United States.
Tho fallure of tlio last session of
Congress to onact the various gons<
vation laws then urged by tho PreL.
dont will brlng from him a reuownl
of many of theso reconuucndailon:;,
biised upon ourront developnienta
Tho part a of the message alreadi
dlotatted relate 10 d-partmuntai at
falrs, and subjects of uilnor import
anc.o.' ?.'j/lie Presldeiit will espeelally
i.tMY'j: ti> hls lmiulry Into eltUli'iuy and
pcptiq'iny^tn tho dopartmuiits and hls
hdpOB.' lt): that ilirection.
Vl'WoiL 1111 TllUUkN|$lviU? Day.
?' Pre-lderit Taft woi'Ked upon his
inossago thls afternoon und oventngf,
ivas ln his ottlco for an liottr and
thls monnus' before ho went
llo W
a half
to St. Patrick's Church for Thanksglv
lnjr services. He had a short talk
wlth Represontatlve John Dwight, Ro
publlean whlp of the House.
It is slgnlflcant that as Mr. Dwight
was leavlng the Whlte Hoirse, he saiu
that Rcpublican mcmbers nnd been
notlfled that they must bo on the job
at tho beglnntng of tha sesslon and
stay there. There wlll not bo much
tlmo for Chrl.Htmas frollcking.
Mr. Dwight says the purpose of the
Ropubllcan loadera Is to make thls
short sesslon tiio most successful ln
Icirlrdatlon ever known. Commltteea
wlll begln hustllng from the atart.
Tho country wlll be given an objoct
lesson in what Ropubllcan harmony
and unlty can accompllsh. It Is Mr.
Dwlght'a hellef that there wlll bo less
party frlctlon In thn next few montti3
than at any other tlme in months.
L
Quakers Take Game, but Their
Showing Is Far From
Satisfactory.
Phlladelphla, Pa., November 24.?In
a hard and fast game, in whlch there
was a mlxture of good and bad play
lng. the Unlverslty of Pennsylvanla
football team defeated Cornell on
Kranklln Fleld thls afternoon 12 to 6.
the tjuakors' score being made on two
touehdowns and goals,. and cornell's
on two goals irom placement by Quar
terback Butler.
Desplte the fact that Pennsylvanla
won. the score was a dlsappointment to
the followers of the Philadelph'a
eleven. Tho Red and Blue team at
tlmos lacked da-sh, while some of the
plays woro marred by fumolinv and
the poor handllng of punts. On the
other hand. Cornell played a moro
dnshint* game than was expected. On
several occaslons lt looked as If the
Ithaca men would suoceed ln carrylng
the ball across the goal llne for toueh?
downs, but the Pennsylvanlang braced
whon thrng.s looked dangerous and held
the bicr red team from New Y*ork State
ropoatedly.
Rldenour?Snundcrn.
[Special toThe Tlmos-Dispatch.l
Willlamsbursr, Va.. November 24.??
A protty marrlage took place here thls
mornlnp at 10 o'clock in the home of E.
D. Saunders. when his youngest slster.
M1ss Mary Saunders, became the bride
of PrankCrane Rldenour. of Richmond.
Thn ceremony was performed by th*
Rev. E. K. Odell. pastor of tho Wll
Haxnsburg Methodist Church, ln the
presence of relatlves and a number of
lntimato friends of the couple.
Immedlately after the ceremony Mr.
und Mrs. Rldonour. left for Richmond.
whlch place thoy will make their home.
Flre nt Alinshou.sc.
[Spoclal to The Tlmos- Dispatch.1
Chatham, Novomber 21.?The stables
tt tho county alnvshouse were burned
into Tuesday evening, entalllng a loss
of about $2,000, partly insured. Storerl
In the stable, whlch was a larpe build?
lng, was a larpre quantlty of provender
ind farmlng lmplemonts. The flre was
thought to have nriginated from some
person lnokinff for a sleeping placa
tnd accldentally dropped a match.
C0ME HERE
It ia all important that your Plumbinj
?ixtures should be of the most mod rn,
janitary pattern. It is an assuranco
igainst much aickness and expense. We
ire the headquarters in Richmond to>
vhich you should come.
McGraw- Yarbrough Co.
Plumbers' Supplies
122 S. Eldhth St., - Richmond, Va.
Out-of-town orders shipped quickly.
That Jack
lilt"
Christmas Money In It
See Sunday Times-Dispatch
Direct Action Gas Ranges
Have No Equal
Sold Only by
i, Smith & Co.
Mineral Spring Water
Xn Htocked ln Hlvbmoui] by Owens A
Mlnor Drug Co.
PANACBA BPRINQ CO.,
Llttlaton, N, a

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