OCR Interpretation


The times dispatch. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, February 02, 1911, Image 9

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038615/1911-02-02/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 9

Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD
?when paid in advance. No Ad.
taken for less than TEN
CENTS. _
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CON
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 for
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
L"St7~KKT\\ KK.\ Id 1! YV I0S/T BROAD
iirid (Kit? WobI Oi'?ee, one lady's
doublo-ciinc gold watch, Klgln hl?vc
hieht. Liberal rewnrtl >f returned.
, )V,, h. CARLE, uhj \Ve?i Broad;
lost, WATCH si: \l. ol: FOB; LARGE
topaz setting, gold mounted; stone
b"i?l In by very small strips of gold
around edge. Liberal reward if
finder will return to OHAS; A. CHAW'
K?hl?, I7'J8 <;i"v< Avenue, or Ki?h
leenth and Cary
LOST I'OgTcETBOOK. bktwbbn
Qlnter Park und I limb School. Re?
ward if returned to HILL PI REC;
TO lit COMPANY; 82ft Mutual Build?
ing,
C?STi COLLIE PUPRYi FOURMQNTJIS
old; answers lb name '.'Captain": lour
White feet, white Up on tall, white
KlreuK nround neck and down fore?
head, lit uard if returned to Post-1
tmistel .
W'.\ 'i' !?; Ia KKW MM HI-CLASS
salesmen, capable of earning from
$125 in $150 iff-r week. Address I)
22?. eare Times-Dispatch.
W \ N ted ASSJ sta N T KI ;<*; I ST K. I tS 1 i
druggist; good opportunity for a
hard-working, honest young man.
Best of references required, PISOr
PLE'S PHARMACY. Berkley; Nor?
folk, ya.
WA NTE D. an INTE lil.il?i ENTO BOY
about sixteen years old Apply
FOREXf AN, Times-Dispatch I If111
_JKIoor._
WANTED, WHITE BABBER. APPLY
at once._1319 Hull SI reel
WANTED, YOUNG MAN BETWEEN 14
and is. to help distribute hand bills.
Apply Oil E. Kranklin before 'j
a. m.
WANTED, ASSISTANT OB KKI.L
roistered druggist; married man
preferred. References required.
MONTICELLO PHARMACY, Norfolk. I
Vfli_
??tJN? MEN TO Q??lTlFY AS ??r
ng<-- managers, repairmen, chauffeurs, i
demonstrators, etc. You can earn ;
(100 to $100 per month, and learn Ina
few ?v ks You pay only a part
down, the balance when you are
placed In a position. You can come
either by day or by night. ,Vo teach
you by actual practice. We can place
you In a good position as soon as
competent. . Get outside, healthy
work r:nd good pay. I/eayc the- stut
fy offb e, 111 health and poor pay. Call
and see us NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE :
SCHOOL. II West Main, near the Jcf
forsb Motel. _
?' w' > M i: X V\ a N t1: D K?R fab M
work, witli Home knowledge of plow?
ing; wages paid. Apply tt> 12. M.
Si JT1 i K.Kl.ANl >. Churcji Road Va
wanted! two ';r-':> cigar-mak>
ers, RE1DSVILLE CIGAR CO..
Iteldgyllte, N. C._
Y\ WTKi?. YOU NO MAN. IS TO 20
>?< ars of age. lo work In wholesale
produce commission house. Must
write a good, quick hand and be
able to operate a. Smith Premier
typewriter; Address, In own hand?
writing, i> 211', carp Tlmeij-rdsp.uch.
COLORED' MEN "CAN LEARN the
automobile business, day or night,
at SOUTHERN auto SCHOOL, 413
Brook Avenue.
r.O.JOV E RNMKNT' . p O S I T I b N 9
open, Write for list. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE; Dep'L p,s0-c. Rochester,
n V._.
WANTED, for U. S. ARMY." ABLE-;
bodied, unmarried men. between ages
of and 35; citizens of United States,
of good character and temporate hab?
it..', who can ?peak, read and write th?
English language. For Information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE; 820 East
Rroarl St., Richmond, Va.; l?l Sycamore
St., Petersburg. Va.. or Columbia Bulld
Ing. Granby St.. Norfolk. Va?
il EN WANTED; age IS-35; for firB
men, $100 monthly, and Lrakemen. i
$S0. on nearby railroads. Ex- I
i'erlence unnecessary; no strike '
Positions guaranteed competent !
men. Promotion, Railroad employ-1,
lug headquarters: over 400 men sent
to positions monthly; state ago; smid j
stamp. RAILWAY ASSOCIATION,
<aro Tlmes-I dspate.h,
^ttiiattoiT? WMntcb. tf\s\t.
?iANrT?^Tl\1fTs^oLD. ti riif. f. v f.a iis
experience on the road selling feed |
for largo Western house, desires
position either on the road or in the
city. Best references. Address J
?121, care Times - Pispa t rh.
P?sTti?N OF BUILDING FOREMAN:
j no objections to leaving city; good
references. Address P 217. earc
Tlrnes-rdspateh. _
Wa^tkt'x ?r^oscV:. POSITION AS
clerk In store; would prefer on rail?
road; references furnished. Address
I m. o. W.. Box 2i>, Krederlcksbtirg, Va.
?XS'ANTKD, a POSITION as t.* A SHIER
oi- assistant cashier of some bank
in Virginia preferred; seven years'
experience. Can furnish, the best,
refeiences. e 218, care Times-Dis?
patch.
iTx pei:iT:x<Jkii yoTTn?;~"man~\ykFh
n<jat appearance and good address,
desires position in ati office where
there is some bookkeeping. City
reference. .1 120, care Tlmes-Dis
* patch.
W A XT ISO, POSITIOTC 17T~Dmrcl STORE
by young man: live years' experi?
ence, flood reference. Addrss i-: 2?C,
eare Times-Dispatch._
[WANTED; POSITION! BY; YOUNG maR
Mod man in shoo, hardware, whole
Pale or retail grocery store. lSxperi
ence in nil. Box 700.
Jt KfTLS'FhflTKi-? A SS ISTANT PHARMA -
cist wishes position anywhere in
Virginia; i( years' experience. Ad
dross h) 2.">'<. care Times-1 )lspatcb.
"""^Ip jitautcu, Jfctnnlc.73"
.W A n T K D. /FHtST^CLASS WOMAN
stenographer from March 1, for an
out-of-town position. State age, ex?
perience, qualifications and salary
expected. Address K 2?4, care Times
Dispatch._
[WANTED; SERVANT TO cook and
wash. References._117 Kart (Jary._
expe1Vi^:n7^^^ iroii mil
lin'ery department; must be excep?
tionally good. Apply at once. DREY
KUs CO., "01 IS. Broad._
81x GOOD SOl, IC I T') R. S; W ? NT ED FO11
household necessities and patented
specialties for this city. A guaran
' toed salary of $2.60 per day Is paid,
?' but hustlers make much more. A
deposit of $r> is required when con?
ti rating. Address, stating quallflca
' f ions, etc. and traveling manager
will call, GKO, o. CLOWS CO., care
OeneraJ Delivery.
PANTRY WOMAN WANTED. WHITE;
Applv to STE.WA.RD. Hotel Rich?
mond._ _
;W ANTKDr~AX EXPERIENC'eD NURSE.
: Annly H? n. Meadow.
"l^cal (??tatc for.^nt__.s
pryE-u^ToiJirpi'toi'K'R selG
rent or Insure. We will 'do the rest.
i D. n. walker & co.. Real Estate
and Insurance. No. 1 'Mutual Bulld
! Ing (entrance corner Ninth and MalD
, "( EtrcetB).
feituati'on? ftf?anteto, jfemale.
mite desires clerical position. l 471.
eure Times- Dispatch.
WANTED,: AT ONCE, A POSITION TO
teht'h small children; music If de?
sired Please State terms. Add rem
Box 2?;. Mi ?. W . Fred?fl?kab?r?*,
Va._
^r.lp, itmle an? Jftmalt.
YOU'" A It ^VXNTtaT" FOft (iOVB RN
inent position; $s0 inunth. Write for
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. js'j c. Kochestcr.
N. V._
WANTED. WHITE" MAN A NI > \V I FE
on farm; man for gottera] work, wifo
to cook, (?('?.; also slnsjle, ??ber, In?
dustrious men and tenant to crop on
shaics: reference required. F. C
JOHNSON.
?jwrtnegg (?pportunihe?.
ext H A O R Dl N A II Y O I' V O It tun IT X.
General merchandise business near
Baltimore, on main line railroad;
fourteen thousand cash sales ah
i nuaily. Stock about thirty-flvo hun
I dred dollars. Post-ofllee In building.
Thiity daily milk shippers. Owium
I retiring, Address POSTMASTER*
j Monk ton, Md._
I YOUR rent accoun7 praced
with n. W. howe & son Insuros
hi storesulIts._j_j
WE can repair YOUR AUTOMO
idle springs, body, top, cushions,
wheels and paint in the finest man?
ner. r. M. BOSIIER'S SONS. IG S.
Ninth Street.
boa RIVING H?US P3. WANT ON e v
I ("pine and see us. We can fix you
op al any pride end on almost ?ny
terms. NOONANDSON realty
CORPORATION. Business and Prop?
erly Exchange, 28 North Eighth,
i.i.i.\ i'!;c-i i< ?nj:i;v, r i: st a i; r a nt"
oyster room and Icecream parlor,
well ilttod and dolli gn fine business,
averaging s:r.<? month. Machinery
and plant, with fixtures, cost $3,.100:
stock cost $f>0n to $7-io. Owner will
acccpl $2.300 for everything if sold
lintnodlately. Sure fortune to steady
worker. NOON a ND??N REALTY
corP?R?VTlONi Business and Prop?
erty Exchange. 28 N. Eighth Rtr'eet.
BUSTne'SS PROPOSITIONS OF all
kinds ..Ii our list from 1300 to ? 18,000.
If yovi want to buy. see us. Wo can
flhd you what you want. If you
have ? business to sell phone Madi?
son 815. and wo will call nn you.
? '. W I .or P. N'oonarifl.^n Realty
Corporation. Business ami Property
Exchange. 28 North Eighth Street
^ol inters, ana sanlrsmp.n.
S A i. k sm A n w \ ntli V 'to sell fouri
t-alcndars and novelties for a'dvertlsr
Itit'. Commission 2f> per cent, and
:?" 1-3 per cent, Address RAND Mr.
NALLV ft CO., 10-42 East Twenty
;'ecr?nd Sti eot New York Cityi_
V\VnTKD. 'TO RENT RlKjM''i."iNr"s'E''-'
ohd llnor, 20 or 2.*> by 10n feet; will;
take three or live years' lease. Give
Ideation and price. Address B 190,
care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, BY COUPLE; ; TWO OR
thr.eo furnished rooms for light
housekeeping: prefer one room auf ta?
ble for kitchen; unfurnished; other
furiiitfhedi In Toply please ?t?te
lernt?, with Htid without heat. Ad?
dress D 211, care Times-Dispatch.
i^oorns for gent
irof W Af E R - H E A T eI >' 11A iA. V, oo.M.
with hoard, twenty-five ner month.
Apply 410 Wosl Grace Street.
'1 W ? ? CO N~N rfi ffi N i; l"t ? r Ni si IE 5
rooms suitable for housekeeping,
101 West Grace.
CLEAN; NEWLY FURNI si i Bb ROOMS.
Photid Madison 2200-J. Transients,
permanent; baths; central. the
WELLINGTON. ; East Clay Street.
S14 EASTCL AY? W ELL '*'"'' NfiSH E D
front rooms. Luge, small; tran?
sients. . _ _
Til RE Eiv SU NN Y;. B OO MS. FURNISIIED
Or unfurnished, with or without
heat; one square Jefferson Hotel.
Address E 2C7. care TlmesfDlBpatch.
BRIGHT, SiTnn?' ROOMS, SECOND
story, very convenient to bath, witli
private family. Apply 171? Park
Avenue, or 'phono Madison 1S86 l.
GIVE US YOUR PROPERTY ;TO SELL,
rent or Insure. We will do the rest.
I). N. WALKER <fc CO, Real Estate
and Insurance, No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing (entrance corner Ninth and Main
Streets). _ _
YOUR REN T account placed
with n. w. bowe &. son insu.?s
best results._
i L\NDSOME, SICCOND-STO it Y fHONT
rooms; hath; nice meals. 70S Frank?
lin. _
FOR! RENT, ; SINGLE FURNISHED
room._109 n. Seventh Street._;
[?t-i:nish'ei'""lo-.'-m. im:r month:
also hall room to gentlemen. Ad
dress CENTRAL, care Times-Dis?
patch._
FOR I RENT, a NICELY FURNISH El ?
room, first floor; private family;
hath, phone and all conveniences.
Monroe 119I-.I._
FOR RENT. ONE ELEGANT FRONT
room, with good hoard: also hall
room. 112 E. Clay. Phone Madinon
291'.._
FOR RENT. ONE NEWLY FURNISII
f(\ parlor bed room; latrohe heat,
with use of phone. Also hack par?
lor for rent. Apply fi -V Sixtli Street.
EXrg'e! ill:ated. f u r n i s h e d
rooms: also small room In rear for
colored. 710 e. Franklin.
jf lat? for i^nt^^_~!
pa"irr y^leavTng^cTty"'\vants "~f?>
subrenl seven-room fl ad. including
bath: decorated; and all modern im?
provements. Call 721 a, North
Meadow Street, or phone Madison
79 91_-./__
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING FlaAT;
furnished rooms, between Main nnd
Franklin: 7 North Sixth_
Winter"_J
S e ~C ?^n i PiTa n J> MACH IN E R Y 55
of nverv description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 e.
Gary St. Phone Madjson 3526._
wais^'edt TO BTJYT~FOn casil HOUsb
hold goods in any quantity. Phona
Madison 3S5L_
WANTED. USE OF F?RNITURE F?R
its care a.nd preservation. No cliil
tiren. M 295, care Times-Dispatch.
V^\"NTE D, ONlTTi?RSE." ABOUT 6 TO
S years old. wclKhinsr about 1,000
pounds. K 4(11, care Times-Dispatcii.
WANTED, TO BUY A LIQUOR Li?
cense. State lowest cash price. 2S25
N StreeL_
WANTEdT^T?" BUY a LIQUOR Li?
cense; state lowest casli price. 2S25
M Street._
WANTED. TWO old FEATHER
beds. Will call and pay highest cash
prices for same. A 101, care Tlmes
Dlspatch._ ?
Coal rnifc WXqqIl
rr- ^iQcKORY sVov'e "wood,
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood in tho city cut
to stove lengths? You can get it
by 'phoning your order to Madison
?lit. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY._ _
LONG'S^VOOD IS EXACTLY LIKE ALL
good, dry, heating wood?it lasts, and
your work goes on smoother. Jilg
coal makes ashes after It burns.
Madison 1060 and 1070._
PH? N~E US YOUR ORDERS for
wood and coal of quality. Wo are
here to please you. Madison 600S.
NORTHSIDE WOOD AND COAL CO.,
G10 North Sixth Street.
Seal f?ta^iOTariteb
YtDUR RS5NT ACCOU N T ii '^PLACED
with N. W. BOV/E & BON lnsur?i
I beat rosults.
DAILY PUZZLES
Something apropos of ground hoc day.
A.VSWKIt TO YESTBltDAY'S I'I'/.ZhEl
Sewing.
JFor ^>ale.
ruft'sal!-:' one uoriihi; truck, in
good condition. Apply "> BRuOK
LAND wood and co ad CO., coo
North Avenue, Brookland Purk, Va.
se< SpFii?~i iand ~g?ahanteed ha w
mill machinery, planers, shingle mill,
lath mill, resaws, stave saws, boil
r rs. engines, gasolene engines, hang?
er?, pulleys and shafting. 1. BLU
KORD ,V CO., Hast Cary St reft.
FOR WAGONS. GO; t? : RICHARDSON
PROS:. r.lG Brook Avenue.
]?* i n kFt"a"\: t oS u">is l'C k p a intino
done at It. II. RUSHER'S suns, 15
South Ninth Street;_
LUMBER. LATHS," SIll'NGLES. SASH,
blinds, doors. WOODWaRD & sun,
Ninth and Arch, Richmond. Va.
FOR: SALE. AS AvWHOLE OR AN 1Nt
t-roHt in an established, fully
equipped paper-box plant in Wash?
ington, j). c, making all kinds of
inade-up boxe;-; also folding, suit,
florists and laundry boxes. Reason
for selling owners operate another
large paper-box factory and cannot
give proper attention to this plant.
Good opportunity; will sell at a very
low figure. Address .f. E. SMITH.
j; E. Smith Co., 6 North Central
Avenue; Baltimore, Md.
we HAVE THki M?ST sty DISH
rubber-tire top buggies for the least
money that can be had in town. Call
and investigate. A. MEYER'S suns.
_731 e. Cary_
,WK AltH ST ill AD VK RTISING WHAT
I we sell and guarantee to s?dl what
we advertise. We have op our floor
and warehouse as follows: Two high
grade business buggies; two high
grade runabouts; one medium grade
phaeton; three surreys; two top bug?
gies; one laundry wagon; one single
truck wagon; one light, top. delivery
wagon; one special. large body,
heavy platform wagon. Special low
prices on abovo on account of re?
moval. In addition to the above wo
are offering our regular stock of ve?
hicles, harness and horse goods, and
guarantee every article as the best
obtainable value for the money, or
ybu can return at our expense. Give
us a trial. THE B RI STOW - WO R -
_SHAM co.. 1117 and t435 EJ Main St.
FOR SALE. DOUBLE and SINGLE
trucks, open and top delivery wag?
ons of our own make; buggies, sur?
reys and runabouts. We have the
goods and the price. You don't have
to wait for them. Call and look us
over before buying. B. C. BRISTOW
& CO.. If, n. Eighteenth._
DRUG "STORE for SALE.?an old,
established drug store at Houston,
Va.. the county scot of Halifax.
Latest soda water apparatus and tine
trade. a pharmacist can And a part?
ner here If desired. Apply to B. e.
IIEDDERLY, Administrator, Huus
__ton. Va._
carnations. THREE DOZEN for
SI; sweet peas. $1 per 100, delivered
Saturday. Phone Madison 2-S1-.J.
vv\\:7TT;rT to exchange five
passenger, 40-horsepower touring
car for Hupmobile, Flanders or Ford
(roadster). Reason for exchange,
want lighter car. Address r 1. cars \
Times- Dispatch.
~ Bxal estate for"ffcale."~
gilA cb STREET CORNER lot 30x145
f"'-t, $65 per foot. Apply 615 Brook
Avenue.
$To1TwTlD BUY A~H?i:SE IN FIRST
class condition, rented for $0.50 a
month. Madison 1467.
for sale, flo YD,: AVENUE and
Main Street lots, near the Soldiers'
Home. Madison 15 67.
FARMS j AND TIMBER LANDS; OUR
new catalogue contains 400 farms
and timber lands; best bargains In
Virginia. I pay your railroad fare.
Write for free catalogue. Address
J. R. EDAM. fJox 267. Charlottesvll^,
Va._
FOR SALE. THREE BEAUTIFUL
homes, located in Burkevlllo, Va.;
climate delightful and healthful: IS
passenger trains dally In all direc?
tions; site of homes most desirable
In the town. Three churches and
a high school, besides manufacturing
interests. Terms easy. Ideal homes
for drummers. For information
write. T. o. SANDY. Burkeville. Va.
BOARDERS FOR SECON Dt STORY
front and other rooms; also table
boarders. Apply 200 East Grace;
DlisIRXBl7E~FR?NT ROOM. 312 SOL'th
Third; also single room; heated;
table board a specialty.
WHEN YOU COMB to RICHMOND
stop where you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for 50 cents; special
attention to ladles traveling alone,
i 1002 East Clay.
WANTED. S ONE ; OR TWO REFINED
young men to occupy room with
board; comfortable hall room, suit?
able for ouo gentleman; private
family; home comforts. Madison
308-J._f?17 W. Main._ _
PER.\ 1 ANENT, tRANSIeNT~AND~ ta
ble boarders. 935 West Grace Street.
Madison 5731.
EXCELLENT BOARD, FURNISHED
and unfurnished rooms. Apply 811
i Park Avenue.
j WANTED; GENTLEMAN TO ROOM
I and board: table board a specialty,
j_10 3 E^_ Cary._
WANTED, WITH REFERENCES, TWO
refined gentlemen to board: large,
sunny, furnished room. Also large,
unfurnished room for couple. l*0;>
_West Grace Street._
TWO CONNECTING ROOMS, WITH
board. 209 East Franklin.
jSonro wumtiti.;
a YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE DE
slres board In a private family, near
car line, or In centre of city. Refer?
ences exchanged. Adress a, P. O.
Box- 142. Richmond. Va.
rTUMAN HAIR l/??QHT AND SOLD
at HDGHES'8. 209 North Third.
your rent ACCOUNT p LACED
with n. W. bowe & SON Insures
best results. _
NOW is the-tjme~to have y~5ur
automobile painted for spring. Tho
best work at r. h. BOSHER'S SONS.
15 South Ninth Street.
J?w?rP"=:?et rm? iL ate sfotnrJL
wantbdT't^'WtI fi rty "brown
Leghorn chickens. . Address F 305,
care Times-Dispatch._
BABY CHICKS?R. 1." reds AND r a.r
red Plymouth Rocks, $10 hundred;
strong, hienlthy. mixed breeds, $$
hundred. Addres VIRGINIA poul?
try yards. Jetersvlllo, Va,
_ ?iatfct?.
n"l?wTur k' s'fiok sthn i' Ax'rT hat
Cleaning romc/ved from 810 East
Main to 720 East Main. Separat?,
loom for lad tea.
WANTED. THE V?tii TD KNOW
that Jtihnko Bros.. Jewelers, 913
Kost Main . treet. buy. sell, ex
change and remount dlanionda In
the latest styles. Old gold and nll
ver taken In exchnngo.
CITY PROPKRTV, BUILDING LOTS
and farms wanted tor auction sales,
We have been most successful lately
In selliti"; property under the ham
no r. and can sell yours. NOONANP
SON REALTY COR PO R A tI ON, lUisi
riess and property Exchange, 28 North
Eighth Street. .L W. Lord, auc-r
tl oncer.
your rent account placed
with n. w. bowe & SON insures
best results.
BE^f* automobile pa lTnriN<; 17ONE
at lt. II. bosher's SONS, 15 South
Ninth Street. _
tc7!uy~?7{Tends and the public:
This serves notice that I have sev?
ere,! my connections with the VVash
b?rn-Cr?sby Milling Company; of
Louisville, Ky., as local manager,
and have accepted the State agency
for the sale of Seal ?>t Minnesota
flour, the best made, and solicit your
patronage and Influence, A. s. B.
JAMES, No. 1113 East Cary Street.
Phone Monroe No. 2"! 7.
RADGLIFFE ENTERT A1N M EN t at
Highland Park School, Friday eve?
ning, February 3. 8:15 o'clock. New
oleclrio lights. Come! Admission,
25 cents. Reserved seats, 50 rents.
' ^^sVrwlNG >1A C I11N KS." "
ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT OK STAN D
ard machines just received at tiie
new Standard ofllce. 529 West Broad
Street, Machines of all makes re?
paired; good second-hand machines
cheap. GARLAND II. CLARKE.
Agent. Phones: Monroe 2626; Madi?
son 2:'-20-L.
i ring.
MEN'S SHOES. WHO LE - SOLE d, $1:
half-soled. 75c; ladies', 60c; chil?
dren's, lOf.., and up, according to
size. Every pair sewed: no nails
or pegs. Best leather. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 715 E.
Main. Phone Monroe 26*57.
MAT TR. fcSSK^
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now; sanitary methods used; reliable
work. BYDNOR & HUNDLEY. 711
East Brood Street- Madison 3204.
IF YOU WANT YcJuit HAULING DONE
quickly and promptly at an;/ hour.
night or day; call EPPS, the Hauler.
Phone Madison 1S51; night, Madison
5703-L, Wagons furnished by yearly
contract.
WATCIt K17FAIRINtL
TOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR
cleaned by WM. TOB I EN, JR., is a
guarantee that It is done properly.
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
1; main springs, $1. 408 Et>?* ?road
treet. 4)1 work guaranteed.
bakery". ;
CRE?S PUFFS. 2r,c. ,\ DOZEN: 20c.
pies only 16c.; 100 lemon snaps, 35c;
angel cake:-. LOc. each. DRINK A RD'S.
423 1 -2 North Sixth.
THE MOST POPULAR TAILOR IN
TOWN IS II. LEWIS; 2o2 NORTH
FIRST STREET. 'PHONE MONROE
"5G5
m. goldstein, ladies' tailor
and suit manufacturer,
southwest corner seventh
And fankltn streets. OPPOSITE
post-office. 'phones madison
5175 and monroe 1053.
CLARK'S BAKERY.
GOOD THINGS-GOOD THINGS?ALL
to be found In the sweets at CLARK'S.
Pound cake, raisin cake (can't be
heat for the money), in fact, till
kinds of large and small cakes; any
kind of pies. And you just should
try our bread and rolls. You will
be sure to come back. 1706 East
Main Street.
~SA FEST
THE M?SLER SAFE COMPANY BANK
safes, the Ranganlso screw-door and
Corless lire and burglar proof vaults,
tire proof safes, etc. Address for
catalogue and estimates, G. T.
CRALLE, Box 36. Blaokstone, Va.
Richmond^ Va.. January 14. 1911.'
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Broad Street
Bank, Richmond. Va.. will be held tit
their banking house on TUESDAY.
February 14. 1911, at 10 A. M.
ANDREW M. GLOVER,
_Cashier.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE sToOK
holders of the Richmond Transfer
Company will be held at their ofllce.
S09 East Main Street, at 12 o'clock
noon WEDNESDAY. February S.
1911. W. T. DAR DEN,
_Secretary.
Southern Ice. Corporation,
Richmond, Va., January 28, 1911.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Southern Ice Cor?
poration will be held at the office
of the corporation. Room 403, Mutual
Building, Richmond, Va., on WED?
NESDAY, February fi? 1911, at 11
o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing
year, and for tin? transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
C. E. /.OLLI KOFFER.
_Secreta ry.
WORK IN MARK AN D~ PAST
master's degrees Is expected to
enlighten ail Royal Arch Ma?
sons, who are cordially invited
to attend a stated convocation of Rich?
mond Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3, at
the Masons' Hall, on Franklin Street,
THIS EVENFNG at 7:30 o'clock.
By order of the M. E. H. P..
_GEG. F. K EES EE. Sec'y._
~^~:U~\Sx7nFt' NOTICE.?A STATED
yyfv'eommunlea tion of Joppa Lodge,
/VnNo. 40. A? F. & A. M., will be held
at the Masonic Temple THURSDAY.
2d inst.. at 6:30 o'clock P. M.
Members of sister lodges and tran?
sient brethren are fraternally invited
to be present.
Ry order of the Worshipful Master.
GEORGE C, JEFFERSON.
Secretary.
Table UTIote Dinners Saturday
nnil Sunday evenings, O to 0 o'clock,
$1.50 each.
Richmond, Va.
Th6 most magnificent hotel in the
South. European plan. Rooms , single
and en aulto. with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate, jl.50 per day and upward.
GRADUATE NURSES
C03S CALLING
Miss iM c Isa?c' Pleads tor Organ?
ization and for High
Standards.
OWE DUTY TO THEMSELVES
Opportunities in Fight Against
Tuberculosis Depend on
Personal Care.
Opportunities, responsibilities, organ-1
izatlon and other things appertaining
to their work wore discussed yester?
day afternoon by the members' of tlie
Graduate Nurses' Association of Vir?
ginia, now in session in Murphy's Ho?
tel, in its eleventh annual convention.
Miss Ethel Smith, of Norfolk, presided.
Several s<n addresses were made and
there was much informal discussion,
all tending to the enlightenment of tho
nurses present. Dr. Douglas Freeman,
wlio was Hie last speaker on the pro?
gram, and, by the way, one of the only
three men present, spoke Interestingly
on the fight against tuberculosis, and
took occasion to pay a high compli?
ment to what he characterized as tito
noblest profession of nil?certainly, the
noblest in weich women are and can
1)0 engaged.
Nurse* mid Anesthetic*.
The order of the program wns
changed somewhat, and Miss Alice Brti
ton. anesthetist In the. Protestant Hos?
pital of Norfolk, spoke on - The Admin?
istration of Anesthetics l>y Women."
Her opening statement, was that the
average practicing physician and hos?
pital Interne knows less about the ad
; ministration of anesthetics than the
trained nurse, and that the latter,
through wi.de experience. Is better fitted
to perform this office preliminary to an
operation. Her constant training in (ids
direction affords her more opportunity
to learn the best methods, teaches her
how to manage the patient, and gives
her that experience* from which she
knows how to treat individual patients.
Her favorite method. Miss Bruton
I said, was ether dropping, which she
described in technical terms. One of
the first requirements of the anesthet?
ist, she said, was the exercise of consid?
erable tact to get the patient's confi?
dence, on which much depends. She
argued against the practice of some
physicians of talking "at" the nurse
during the administration of the anes?
thetic, saying that it was best to let
an experienced nurse administer it in
her own way. The general discussion
which followed favored the practice ot
permit ling trained nurses to administer
anesthetics.
Advice to Young Nurses.
Miss Isabelle Mclsaac, an earnest wo?
man, well versed in her profession,
talked on "Opportunities and Respon?
sibilities of the Young Graduate Nurse."
She said that there arc nearly 100.
000 trained nurses in the country, and
that they have serious problems to
confront, and must, therefore, work in
harmony. Site spoke of the first or?
ganization, the Association of Super?
intendents, founded by Miss Hampton,
later known as Mrs. Robb, whose
whole heart interest lay in her work?
and in the beginning of young nurses.
Miss Mclsaac spoke strongly of the
need for system, organization and co?
ordination She referred to the fact
that all otlier great works ef mankind
are the result of correlated effort, and
'she pleaded earnestly for the organiza?
tion of nurses throughout the country,
each nurse to become a member of
her alumnae association and then join
I tiio Association of Alumnae. Without
proper organization, she said, It was
impossible to effect good work and to
1 achieve the best results. She look
shots at the commercial training
schools, which she said are formed
only for financial results, and the
nurses from which are, as a general
thing, not only incompotent, but of a
low moral standard.
Found Incompetence.
She told a story of one highly trained
nurse, who went into such a hospital to
nurse a private rase. There she found
utter incompetence, no regttialions and I
the nurses without practical or theo?
retical knowledge. She asked one nurse
what text hook she used. The latter
evaded an answer. Then she asked
another, one who had hut recently en?
tered. The young woman was chewing
gum. On her head was a p'le of hair.
I little of which was her own, except by
purchase.
"I don't know. Von can search me,"
she flippantly answered the trained
nurse.
"It Is such so-called nurses as these
Who bring odium sometimes on our
profession," said Miss Mclsaac. "The
greatest obstacle with which we havo
to contend." she said, "is the ntirso
doubtful In efficiency and in character."
She pleaded for State registration.
I paying that there should be some stan?
dard which would bo recognised every?
where, something by which the (rain?
ed nurse, as well as the public, could
be defended against Imposters or in?
competents.
?'Yours is the greatest profession
?*il'0i3E?5T?MAIN STREET. N ; !
%rPMON^ HAD^0H,3i29;
i
I
FOR SALE,
A Brunswick Household
Refrigerating Box, $200
f. o. b, Richmond. This is an Automatic
Ice-Making and Refrigerating Box, suit?
able for household purposes or for a small
butcher shop. It can be. seen by applying
to TOWER-BINFORD ELECTRIC
AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 5 Governor Street, Richmond, Va.
Atlantic Ctip &e?ort?
AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Aiwtyoopan. Always ready. Alwaynbany, \
F. L YOUNG. Gcn'lManaM*
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open daily trom 10 A. IL vo I P, Id.
Admission 2ta Froo on SAturda/a.
KSS??^ QftUlJBip. Auction Aat?s._ <TOg JBaj^-j
r.18 East Broad Strcot. f
EXECUTORS' "AUCTION SALE
OF
WALNUT AND MAHOGANY FURNITURE, MANTEL AND PIER MIRRORS. 4
MOQUET CARPETS, SMYRNA RUGS, ENGRAVINGS, old CHINA ORNA?
MENTS and VASES, BRONZES. FRENCH CLOCK, SILVER; CHINA,
GLASSWARE, FAMILY CARRIAGES AND PHAETONS, DAYTON WAGON,
HARNESS, HORSE, COW. ETC.
As executors of tho estfcte of the lato Charlo3 Sacl2er, we will sell at the
residence, No. 1220 Brook Road,
TO-DAY (THURSD AY), FEBRUARY 2D.
BEGINNING AT l":3a O'CLOCK A. iL,
all of the Household Furniture, Vehicle.-, Horse. Cow. etc., belonging to the
e.-Uate
Sale positive, riin or shine. Ladles Invite,] to attend.
Take Ashland electric car to door (see schedule), or ten mlnutos' walk
?about eight squires* from corner Clav and Munford Streets to Brook Road.
TERMS: Cash.
M RS'. I.ENA SA ELZER,
CHARLES A. BROT IG AM,
Executor*.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.. Auctioneers.
and the noblest, of all," Raid Dr. Douglas
Freeman, in opening. "J once wrote an
article denying an assertion that a wo?
man's moral susceptibilities are 'lulled
by becoming a trained nurse, and ever
elnce I have been . looked upon as ri
friend of the nurses." He was up
plau ded.
Mis talk was on the fight against tu?
berculosis, which he briefly und clearly
outlined. He told the nurses that their
first thought in taking up a ease must
lie the care of their own health. They
could not be too careful, he went on.
?s to their bedroom technique, as the
people in the house would follow the
nurse's example and do what she had
done. Ho also earnestly recommended
that nurses co-operat? with the medical
authorities. But he laid especial stress on
the fact that nurses must care for
themselves, in order thai they might,
endure against. Infection from the white
plague. He thought that hard work
might reduce the mortality In five
years to almost nothing;
The morning session was devoted to
business, to the reading of the presi?
dent's report and to the collection of
dues.
The convention wilt end this morn- i
Ing. Mrs. Tilden Smith will talk on
"the Care of Incubator Rabies"; Miss
Isabel Stuart, of Teachers' College. Co?
lumbia University, New York, on ?The
'Training of Hospital Administrators
arid the Relation of the Hospital to
Social Service Work," and Miss Mary
I .lohnston will speak on "Why Nurses
Should He interested In Kqual Suf?
frage."
The session will close with the re?
turns of election.
C^EWc^EDi^
RENT LIST
1118 West Ave.. 11 rms.. (furnished)$800
1122 W. Main St., S rooms. -ISO
ISO- CJr?v? Avenue. 7 rooms. 4 00
2608 W. Main St.. 0 rooms. 360
202 N. Strawberry St.. 7 rooms.... 330
1 7*_'7 Floyd Avenue, 7 rooms. 330
ill Fourth Avenue, s rooms. 330
.'tot; s. Belvldere. in rooms. 300
1110 W. Marshall St., 10 rooms.... 252
615 Beverly Street, 7 rooms. 216
SI2 S. Randolph Street, 7 rooms.. 'J00
13 North 29th Street. 7 rooms... ISO
Cor. West and Wallace Sis., C rms., ISO
111 12. Marshall Street, 6 rooms.. ISO
14 S. Lombardy St., 7 rooms. l?tj
Bellevue Apartment, No. 1. 7 rms., 420
316 E. Byrd. 1st Hat. 7 rooms.... 400
1020 W, Main St.. 1 rms.. 1st Hat.. 270
510 N. FOurtli St.. 1st flat, 6 rms., 2 10
3012 Bi Broad St.. 5 rms, 2d flat.... 200
510 N. Fourth St., 3d tlat. I rms.. ISO
1000 N. Boulevard, 7 rms, 1st flat. 180
30C S. Belvldere. 4 rms.. 1st tlat. $13.50
300 s. Belvldere, 5 rms.. 2d Hat, 13.50
1514 N. Dickinson, 5 rms., 2d flat 0.50
90S W. Main St., 2d Hat, 7 rms.... 150
401 I-:. Franklin St.. 2d fiat. 7 rms 000
Per Alo.
2205 E. Main St.. 5 rooms.$20.00
SIL* Randolph St.. 7 rooms. 15,00
1305 Asltiand St., r> robins. 15.00
SS00 i Block) Taylor St., il rooms, 15.00
- Stewart und Dittlepage Sts.,
3 rooms. 12.50
1 706U Taylor St.. 0 rooms. 12.50
32)3 N St.. 0 rooms. 12.50
S35 N. 17th St.. C, rooms. 12.50
701 Buchanan St.. 7 rooms. 12.50
2104A Taylor St., 4 -ooms. 10.00
2100A Taylor St., 4 rooms. lo.oo
2110A Tavlor St.. 4 rooms... .... 10.00
1503 N. 22d St.. 1st floor. 4 rms.. 10.00
737 N. Fourth St.. 2d floor, I rms. 10.00
1631 Rcvrlv St.. 7 rooms....- 10.00
314 S. Fifth St.. 0 rooms. 10.Oo
3000 Uhaftln St.. 2d floor, I rms.. 10.00
1110 W. Marshall St.. 3d floor, 3
rooms. lO.oo
1503 N. 22d St., 2d tint. 3 rms.... S.00
300J Nine Mile Road, 3 rooms.... S.00
-Holllna St.. 6 rooms. 7.50
102 1 Randolph St.. 5 rooms. 7.00
1120 Graham St.. 4 rooms. 7.00
SlOOLj Lester St., 3 rooms. 6.00
2708 E. Main St.. 3 rooms. 6.00
1209 .lames St.. 5 rooms. 6.00
2009 Beverly, 6 rooms. 15.00
Phone Man, 2100. Mad. 3107.
30 N. NINTH STREET.
saer
iXeal (Esrtate for g>aje.
BROAD
STREET
STORES
No. 3 East Broad Street.
No. S West Broad Street.
No. 202 West Broad Street.
No. 209 West Broad Street.
No. 312 East Broad Street.
No. 50-J East Broad Street.
No. 800 West Broad Street.
No. 820 West Broad Street.
.1. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T.-D., 2-2-11?It _
FOB SALE.
$3,000
Will buy a splendid Home in Barton
Heights, renting for $360. Eight rooms,
fifty feet of ground, and all modern
Improvements,
GREEN ?- REDD,
30 North Ninth Street.
Cheap
Very desirable dwelling on Broad
Strict, between Thirtieth and Thirty
first Streets; arranged In two complete
fiats. Price same us cost of building.
GREEN & REDD.
30 North Ninth Street.
gUittton jgmle?. Jfuture ?ajt>?
I: ' T h e'' Va 1 e ri m he" "a tmt fo"tT* CoTT"'"
. Auctioneers,
61S East Broad.
AUCTION SALE
OF
fine quartered OAK". AND WAtir
nut bed room, dining room
and parlor furniture. clark
.ikwel oas range. crockery
And glassware, carpets and
RUGS. ETC., AT NO. lioo WEST
AVENUE.
At tho request ol Mr. W. S. Gunn.
win) is declining housekeeping, we will
sell, a* his residence. No. HOO West
Avenue.
TO-MORROW, february 3d.
commencing at 10:30 o'clock,
his Household Furhiture, consisting of
a very handsome Quartered Oak Hall
Rock, with long mirror: fine Br?ssel4
flail and Stair Car pots, Hall Chairs
and Tables, handsome Walnut Parlor
Suit, eight pieces, newly upholstered
and In perfect condition; Parlor Pic?
tures and Ornaments, Ax minster Drug?
gets. Leather Library Suit, handsome
Quartered Oik Dining Room Suit, con?
sisting of a beautiful Sideboard, with
large plate mirror; handsome China
Case, eight-foot Dining Table and six
High Back Dining Room Chairs, all to
match; assortment of Crockery and
Glassware. Cooking Utensils and Vesr
sels. Clark Jewel Gas Range. Kitchen
Tables and Chairs, fine Alaska Refrig?
erator, handsome Polished Oak Bed
Room Stilt, tine Quartered Oak Mirror
Door Wardrobe. Walnut Marble Top
Bed Room Suit, Walnut Wardrobe,
Chairs and Rockers. Toiler Sets, Pic?
tures. Clock. Ornaments, three good
Room carpets. Hair Mattress. Pillows
and Bolsters, and other Furniture, etc.
Sale positive, rain or shine. Ladies
invited.
the valentine AUCTION co.
Charles A. Rose Co..
0 North Ninth Street.
G61 sari ?- Nash.
Tenth and Main Streets.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
No. 252! East Franklin St.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust, y
dated December 2S, 1.909, and recorded
<n the office of the clerk o? the Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmond.
Va., In D. U. 205 B. page 2S6, to the
undersigned trustee, default having
been made in the payment of the debt
herein secured, and having been re
r( ties ted by the note holder so to do,
1 will, on the promises, at
4:30 o'clock P. M.,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911,
sell at. public auction all that lot of
land In tho city of Richmond. Va., at
tho southwest corner of Franklin and
Twenty-Sixth Streets, known as "No.
2521 East Franklin Street, beginning
at the corner of Franklin and Twenty
sixth Streets, thence running west
wardly and fronting on Franklin Street
j twehty.-Tiine feet tour inches, thence
I back southwardly along lino of centro
of partition wall between tenements
Nos. 2521 and 2519 forty-nine feet six
Inches to centre of wall on offset,
thence west wardly along centre line
of said offset five feet seven and one
half inches to the out edge of the wall
of the wing of No. 2521, thence south?
wardly along western wall of said
wing one hundred and eight feet eight
inches, more or less, to the wall of a
biick factory, -thence east along lino
of said factory thirty-five feet four
and one-half Inches to Twenty-sixth
Street, thence northwardly along west
line of Twenty-sixth Street one hun?
dred and flity-eight feet to point ot
beginning.
TERMS: This sale Is made subject
to the terms and provisions of a deed
of trust dated November t. 1909. and
recorded In the Richmond Chancery
Court clerk's office in D. B. 204 a, page
22S, to secure the aggregate sum for
principal and Interest of $3.250, which
is a first Hen on the property; cash
sufficient to nay all costs and expenses
of sale, a)] taxes to day of sale, and
a debt of $742.11. with interest thereon
from December 2R, to 10. until paid, at
the rate of f. per cent, per annum, as
well as any surplus that may remain
to the grantor and his assigns.
HUGH F. ROSE.
Trustee.
CHAR LBS A. ROSE CO..
OOLSAN Sr. NASH.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
J&eal ?c?tate" Sf^iEig
for sale.';
Grove Avenue Lots
Between West and Tilden. 179.9 feet
deep. Below market price.
Grace St. Corner Lot
$95 Per Foot
Hanover Street Lots
Near Park. Cheap to close out for
an estate.
3 E V E R AL DESIR A BLE
Hanover St. Dwellings
$5,500 and Upwards
; N. W. BOWE & SON,
?i N. Eleventh Street.
TWO SMALL
DWELLINGS
j On Church It'll. Renting for $21 per
I month. Good location. White tenants.
Owner w'H cell cheap, as he wants the.
motiey. i
GREEN & REDD,
3? North Ninth Street.
FOR SALE. 1
100 Feet on the Boulevard
This Is the. cheapest piece o* ground >rt this beautiful thoroughfare,
und can bo bought at a price Hint is sure to enhance.
Vaughan & Company,
REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENTS.
No. 3 N. Elevontb S

xml | txt