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Want Ad. Rates j
' .
ONE CENT PER WORD\
when paid in advance. No Ad. j
taken fcr less than 7~EN\
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.
foiLNtf MK\n.''ark v t intki;i;s'i i;h
in the automobile business? Then !
learn Ijy taking u practical course
In n few wdoks and secure a healthy J
Outdoor position at good pay. You !
can pay a part down, the balance
when you are placed In a position,
Become, a ebaun"o,ur, salesman, dem?
onstrator, garage manager, etc, <\tll
?if write for particulars. NATIONAL!
A.UTO.MOBILH SCHOOL. 11 W. Main. I
rehear .lefferson Hotel
ONE FIHSST-Cb?S Wiirn; BARBER*.
all , apprentice bov. f,??t w. Broad
__St r-e?. __
WA N TEI >. EX PK RI ? N'- El >. BE LI A BLE
crew manager; excellent, low-priced'
monthly publication; hm: proposi?
tion; give luii particulars! references,
lerrltorv wanted. Address AMERI?
CAN FAMILY JOURNAL, 225 Fifth
Avenue; New York City. ,
WA N T ED. A "FEW IllOH-CLASS
salesmen, capable of earning from
$125 to $150 oer week. Address D
22S.* earo Times-pispatch.
PHARMACIST" -WANTED A'l ONCE,
register el pharmacist Must be sin?
gle and sober. State agoi experi?
ence, reference arid salary; Including
board und room. Address dr'. T. H. j
MAS Si: V. Phoebus, Va._
Ranted, ; for u. s. army, ablk
bodied, unmarried men. between ugeo ,
of IS and 35; citizens of United States,
of good character and temperate hah- ;
lie; who can speak, read and write the ;
English language For Information ap- j
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 820 East :
Broad St.. Bichmond, Va.-. 151 Sycamore i
St.', Petersburg. Va. or Columbia Build?
ing. Q rah by St.. Norfolk. Va
M?? GOVERNMENT, P 0 SI T I O N S
open. Write for list. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dep't. 330-C, Bochestcr.
N Y._
Cfii/)HKlJ MEN: CAN LEARN THE
automobile business and secure a
Kood position at $20 to $25 per week
by taking a course at SOUTHERN
yUTO SCHOOL, Iljt Brook Avenue.
WAN TED, COMPETENT DRUG CLERK
to take charge <>t country drugstore.
? rood climate. Clarke county. State'
salary, reference and experience If I
any. KENNETH N. GILPiN, Boyce,
T'" LA NK book. FORWARDER ?Nt3 t
straight compo.sitor wanted by the
SEE MAN PP.INTEBY. Durham. X. <.'.
feituntions Tanten, tflalr..
S ITU AT I ONr ON FAITm" ys" A NTED BY
young white man, Address L 502,
care limes- D i a pat ch.
^n'tkD. POSITION~1N~iTbU<Ts1TjBE
by young man; live years' expert-;
ence, Good reference. Addrss 1": 250.
? ..: ? Tir;o-;<-Lt.-ipa tch.
#>dp (l^a?nteb, Jfcinale.
W a N t E Dj * FI: ist-CLA SS WOMAN
stenographer from March 1, for an
out-of-town position. State age. ex
lie rl ence. qualifications and salary
? "cpected, Address E 251, care Tlmes
? 1 ipatch._
^ttuation? Q^antcb, Jfemale.
W'Ti NT!-:I'. "at once!" A 1 'OSiTION ,to
teach small children; music If de?
sired Please state terms. Address
Ilex 2C. M. o. yy.. Predcricksburg,
Va._
j?/?lp, iflaie anb jftmalc. _
voi: are wanted ttqr govern^
merit position; (SO month. Write for
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dept. 389 C, Rochester.
N. y
s^c.itLL'jrs an.O i?ialesmr.n.
BALESM^A^HRK^n)enT? MaN \\:ant
ed to represent us in this territory
and vicinity; one who ban had pre?
vious experience in sweater coats
preferred. UNITED STATES knit?
ting MILLS, 243 Market Street.
Philadelphia. Pa.__
SOLICITOR.? WELL-1 ressed, SIN- i
gle m?h to travel and .solicit. No
cigarette smokers or drinkers want?
ed. Must leave town to-day. Call
tf-day 0 to 11 A. M. 11. 11. BAUSH
ERj Murphy's Hotel._________
lcdU5irsi:?3 (b>rjf3ortinii?'.t5(
WEL ll - ESTABLISHED BUSINKSS
desires $5.000 additional capital In
order to add a new line that is in
demand, and will increase present,
trade. Salaried oillec- position to in?
terested party who can supply the
named' sum. Address BUSINESS,
care Time-s-Diapatch._
WANTED. YOUNG MAN WITH $5,"oOO
cash to buy half-Interest in retail
store. General lino in town of 10.
000 population In best section of Vir?
ginia. Owner has other interests
that require his attention and wants
partner capable of taking entire
charge. Unless you have had suc?
cessful experience don't answer.
References given and required. Ad?
dress E 258J care Timcs-l Mspatch. 1
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOOK
holders of the Richmond Transfer
Company will bo held at their ohlce.
S00 East Main Street, at 12 o'clock
noon WEDNESDAY. February S.
1011. W. T. DARDEN,
SoereLiry.
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 8.. 1911, at 11
o'clock A. m.. for the purposo of
electing directors for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may nroperly come
before said meeting.
C. E. ZOLLIK OFFER,
Secretary.
Richmond. Va., January ft, 1911. I
THE ANNUAL MEETING of THE
stockholders of the Broad Street
Bank, Richmond, Va., will be held at
their banking hottso on TUESDAY".
February 11. 1911. at 10 A. M.
ANDREW M. GLOVER,
J_ Cashier.
Fi'Ie~Xnn?a'l mT;e;n~ng of the
stockholders of tho (lans-Rady Co.!
will be held at the office of the com?
pany, 1005 East Main Street, Rich?
mond, Va.. WEDNESDAY', February
15, 1911. at 12 M. t
GEO. Wj RADY, Secretary.
NOTICE TS- TlEREBY~(5K'rEN THAT
tho annual meeting of stockholders
of the Virginia-Maryland Coal Cor?
poration will bo held at Room 717,
Mutual Building. Richmond. Va., on
TUESDAY. February 21. 1011. at 11
o'clock A. M. . A. P. ADAMS.
_ Secretary.
^aSing. _
HLrNOIt^H FIFTH^STllElaT. "
Cor. East. Franklin Street,
Newly . furnished throughout.
_ Exccllon t table boarti, \ ?}
BOARrTlORS FOR S ECON D-S T O R Y
front and other rooms; also table
boarders. Apply_209_ East Graco.
BOARDERS WANTED FOR DESIRA
? hie rooms. MRS. MILLER, 723 W.
, Alain.. - - .
DAILY PUZZLES
What household task.?
answer to yes'perday's i i 7,ZLEt
OpeHHiini.
JJfpr ??>tiit.
for Vale.'" la kcj: general meu
chahdisc buslncsa in growing city;
Piedmont section of Virginia. Owhi r
wishes to retire lifter forty years In
business. g 348, care Tlmca-Dls
_l?ri tell_
SEGONDrJIAND GUARANTEED SAW
mill machinery, planers, shingle mill, j
lath mill, resawa, stave haws, boll- j
crs, engines, gasolene engines, hang?
ers, pulleys nhd shafting- i. blu
FORD <_ co.. 1538 Bast Gary Street, j
WD HAVE THREE"" SECOND-HAND
buggies, {30, $'.'?'< nnd 510; in gooo
order; one long body rubber tired
top buggy, good as new. $75; grocery
wagons. Sic a.' MEYER'S SONS,
731 East Cnry.
WAN T KnT TO en chan GE FIVE
passengcr, 10-horsepower touring
? ir for llupmoblle, Flanders or Ford
(roadster). Reason for fxchatiRo,
want lighter car. Address p. l. care
Times-Dispatch.
if you want A BUGGY, SURREY
or wagon -'f any description, give us
a call, and we will please you as to |
prices Hri'd terms. A. meyer'S !
SONS. 131 East Cary.
for WAGONS* c<? To RICHARDSON
BROSm t. ?:. Brook Avenue. i
Wtil |?state tor s?ait.
OWNER !. I V1N i; AW a'y" I ' E S IKES M G
to sell his 196-acre farm In Cumber?
land county, situated two rnil<<: from
Station, stores, .school:-, ?tc, on
which Is a six-room frame building,
slightly but of repair, good well in
yard, 50 acres' Inclosed with Wire
fence; 40 acres clear land: great deal ;
of young pine timber coining on and :
?20n worth now ready for the axe. '
lie Is willl/.u to reserve the ripe tliri- j
ber at $200 and deduct it front the ;
purchase money, a? he hay ready
market for It at that sum. Price,
cash; $1,100; part cash nnd the rest
on terms, $1,600 WM M. SMITH.
Attorney, Cumberland, \'n.
GRACE STREET;- corner LOTi/!3Q.\
14", feet, $00 per foot. Apply 015
Brook Avenue. _
geNTRA1..ly.LOCATEd, eigjIT- rOO.M
house, with good two-story stabh;.
Owner leaving the city: f.4,500. L
_r.ul. rare Tlmes-Pispatch._
FOr Sale, flo.yd? "avenue and
Main Street lots, near the Soldiers'
Home. Madison 1 4 07.
$ToY.~ w ji,i7 nr'v a" ii"ouse"in first!
class condition, rented for ?C.r>0 a
month. Madison 14C7.
GIVE US; YOUR?PROPERTY TO sell
rent or Insure. We will do the rest
d. N. WALKER & co.. Real Estate
and Insurance, No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing (entrance corner Ninth and Main
Streets);
JPAFTmS 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. elam. Box 267. Chariottesvlll?,
V?._'
FOR SALE, 1.35P ACRES at PROVI
dence Forge, twenty mll^s from Rieh- |
mond. or. ('? & O. r. p... toward Neu ?
port news. This property starts right
at the station and runs east about
three mile.- We have a side track
of standard guage road running
through this section, three miles.
There are ?nn acres of clear land, a
clubhouse for hunting, costing $2,000,
two farm houses, barns. etc., and the
clear land is good Virginia loam ttn
der a high stat.- of cultivation. Wc ]
have cut ho timber down to eight
Inches on uncleared land. 1 will bo
at the Lexington Hotel, Richmond,
Tuesday and Wednesday, the 7th and
8th instant. This property belongs,
to a lumber company, and we nre go?
ing to sell It at the best offer i can get
h<-re. This property is right on the
automobile road being built from
Newport News to Richmond. We are
asking ten dollars ($10) an acre.
Terms one-third cash and balance in
one and two years. Address H. L.
BALE. Lexington Hotel, Richmond.
wantedT~ torrent. CASH " OR
shares, small farm, stocked or other?
wise. State full particulars. Bor
113. Chfirlottesvlllc. j
giVe'us'yol'R property to selu
rent or insure. We will do the rest.
D. N. WALKER & CO. Real Estate
and Insurance. No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing (entrance corner Ninth and Main
Streets).
j QUALITY and'"" '"QUANTnT'^arb
guaranteed from us. We have oa-k,
pine or slab wood, and our prices \
are rlsht. We please everybody.
Phone Madison 6913. NORTH CARO?
LINA WOOD AND COAL co.. 827
I P.rook Avenue. _ _
"ill CK or y . stove. wood.
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE j
best hickory wood in the city cut
to stovo lengths? "You can get it
by 'phoning your order to Madison
?Hi. Deliveries promptly made. VIE
GINI At NO R T11 CAROLINA WHEEL
COM 1 'AN V._
LONG'S WOOD IS EXACTliY LIKE Aid,
good, dry, heating wood?it lasts, and
your .work goes on smoother. Ills
j coal makes ashes after It burns.
I Madison Hhlft and 1070._
I dooms' MjantetJ.
WANTED, ' LAll?S^:, UNF~Ur r"fls7fED
room (.cniral location), convenient
to bath, by middle-aged widower.
Address L 491. care Times-Dispatch.
iWrna for 3&ent7
8l i E A ST ^ CLAY" O EE A N, sunny
front rooms; large, small; transients
also.
BRralTT~"~"sunny ROOMS, ? SECOND
nt:>ry, very convenient to hath, with
private family. Apply 1713 Park
Avenue, or 'phon* Madison 1886 L.
_____ jt_'f^T :??r~~"fu rnI sTlE f>
rooms for light housekeeping; con?
venient to car line. Apply 807 York
Street. Barton Heights._
=^ Wanted f
W^CnTE/>, To'BtTY'FOlX CASH. HOUlsES'
hold goads in any quantity. Phon?
Madisoe 3861.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF
of every description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1623 E.
Cary St Phone Madison 362(1._
jfr.fr.. ??? :\\'. friViJ -vir.e Tratte.
a^c'h6iciCpa ir of^rhodi^ islan'd
Reds presented to the person :send
Ing the largest list of poultry rais?
ers; write for particulars. frank
. .lin poultrx XARps. Franklin, .v?.
PLEA OF INSANITY
His Mind Said to Be Blank Since
Murderous Assault on
Wife.
i Special to The Tiincs-Dlspa leli. l
Winchester, Va., February Unless
it can he proven that Juntos Duwson,
the Mount Jackson lumbcrniun; was
Insane at tin lime he murderously as?
saulted his wife; Mis. Cecil UawROtt,
lest week, it is likely he Will ho given
a long term in the penitent iary. Tho
Dnwsons had not lived, happy as man
and wife, and only recently he got out
of jail at Woodstock on hail to ap?
pear at the next term of the Circuit
Court on the charge of abusing his
wife. It is said that while under tin?
inlluence of liquor h- went homo and
attacked her. cutting her throat with
a butcher knife and leaving her for
dead. When she finally reached the
home of a neighbor In a dazed condi?
tion. Dawson returned home and de?
fied the oUlcers for several days before
he surrendered. Thon it was found
that his mind was a blank. He Is how
In the Shenaiidoah county Jnlj at Wood?
stock, and physicians are watching htm. J
HUMAN iiAfit "tiUVOiVi- AJvfD' ?oJ'j
at HUGUKS'S. 209 North Third.
.1 K ATZ. LADIES' T A ILO It. 200 NORTH'
FIFTH STREET;
Sfrtittsi._[4
AA^NTEDr THL, l?ifki~-^ TO^KNOWj
that Jahnke Bros., Jewelers. 91J
Bast Main treet, buy, sell, ex- !
change and remount diamonds in |
the latest styles. Old gold and all- ;
ver taken in exchange. j
CIT V lMtOIM?irr Y. BUILDING LOTS
and farms wanted for auction sales. |
We have been most successful lately
In selling property under the ham- j
tner. and can sell vours. NOONAND- I
SON REALTY CORPORATION. BuhI
nesa and property exchange, 2$ North j
Eighth Street. J. W. Lord, auc?
tioneer.
NEW "y7)RK SHOE SHINE ?ND HAT
Cleaning removed from S10 East i
Main to 726 East Main. Separate
room for ladles.
A TABLE . AND MEbtCIRAb: WATBR !
without a peer?five gallons for 25c..
delivered?Holly Spring? Llthla
Water Phono Monroe 477.
i?iscellttlieou?
WAXING FLOORS. .;
V. ! NI >< i W AN D G EN ER A L I IOCS E -
cleanings carpel and matting laving.
___Mj_M J9HNSON. Monroc 3120.
SHOE REPAIRING*"
MEN'S SHOES. WHOLE-SOLED. Jl;
half-solcd, 75c; ladles', 00c; chil?
dren's. 40c... and up. according to
size. Every pair sewed; no nails
or pc-gs. Bf:8t leather. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 E
Main. Phone Monroe 2667.
MATTRWSBSv j
HAVE TOUR MATTRESSES REMADE!
now: sanitary methods used; reliable
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 711 |
East Broad Street. Madidon 3204. j
HAULING. j
IF YOU WANT YOUR HAULING DONE
quickly and promptly at any hour.
night or day, call EPPS. the Hauler.
Phone Madison 1S51; night. Madison
5702-L. Wagons furnished by yearly
contract.
SAFES.
THE M?SLER SAFE COMPANY BANK
safes, the Banganise screw-door and
Corless fire and burglar proof vaults,
fire proof safes, etc Address for
catalogue and estimates, G. T.
PRALLE, Box 36. Blackstone. Va.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
ON ACCOUNT OF MANY RECENT IN-I
qttiries from our customers and
others as to whether we shall con?
tinue business or not, we wish to
make the following statement: For I
more than fifty years THE CEO. A.
HUNDLEY CO. has conducted a first- j
class grocery and liquor store, and j
so far as we know have given en?
tire satisfaction to our many cus?
tomers. We are going to continue (
business, and to those whose patron?
age we have had wo extend our
heartiest thanks, and we respectfully
solicit in the future the trade of
those who havo patronized us and j
the public in general. High-class
goods, reasonable, prices, courteous
treatment guaranteed. THE GEO. A
HUNDLEY CO.. W. P. Lawton, Jr.,
Secretary.
ftne ?nhoTstering and mat
. tresses.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP
holste-red; mattresses made over like
new; furniture and china packed
and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
3292._
v"~tTto Seaboard Company Offices,
Jersev City, N. J., Feb. 1, 1911.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS
this day declared a semi-annual divi?
dend, of two and one-half per cent
(2 1-2 per cent.} upon the first pre
ierred capital stock of the company,
payable on and after FEBRUARY
15, llllt, to stockholders as regis?
tered upon the books of the com?
pany at the close of business on
February 10. 1911.
The transfer books will be closed
at ."? o'clock P. M. on February 10,
3011. and will remain closed to and
including February 15. 1911.
D. C. PORTEOUS. Secretary.
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel In the
South. European plan. Rooms slnglo
and en suite, with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate. $1.50 per day and upward.
Stlantit Citp &essorts
GALEN HALL
1 AND COTTAGES
HOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
AlirayaopsB. Always ready. Always busy.'1
F. L. YOUNG. Gen'l MonuaoS
The Confederate Mussiem
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 9 A. M. TO S P, M.
AD.MJU?40N 25ot FREE QU ?ATURD-t.TS.
Mrs. Dawson. who has been at the
homo of a neighbor, was able tr? go to |
her own homo yesterday, taking her |
five children with her.
The farmers of Warren ami Kappa-j
hannoek counties who thought they had |
thousands of bushels of wheat stored 1
In the elevator of the Front Royal Mill- i
ihg Company, which made an assign- !
mcnt last week, have very little hope
<>f getting their m ey in full, and
Homo will be surprised if they recclvo
;my. The affairs of the company are
now In the hands of Trustees A- G.
Weaver and W. W. Sonner, and they
have had a suit Institut.,) ror ;, COli
ventlon of the creditors of the coin
puny, and the manager, i \V. WeiflcyY
The farmers stored their wheat in ii,o
mill, and although it has been sold. '
they have not received their money
Mr. Weaver states that the property
will ho sold undei mi order of tlx
court, and the funds will be distributed
pro rata. A number "f people have]
look'd over the property witli a view j
of purchasing it anil reopening the j
mill after the settlement is made.
A marriage license was issued at the j
office of the clerk of Predoriek county
. yesterday to Hoy A. .Miller, formerly
i oi Shenandoah county; hut now en
; gaged in the railroad business in .
: Washington, D. C, and Miss Carrie |
I Sale, daughter of Captain Sidney is. ?
I Sale, of Star Tannery, this county, and
! they left for Washington to have thu !
, ceremony performed.
" i
I Jerome Jewell, a Frederick county :
! farmer, went to Hagerstown ye-stcrduv ;
on a hunt for Iiis wife and young '
! daughter, Hertha Jewell, who had left
home. Mrs. Jewell left a note stating ;
i that she. was gone for good. "To the '
\ old farm life, farewell, for I am tireo ;
! of it," the note concluded. It Is said \
! that. Jewell has located ul3 wife, ami
I is awaiting an opportunity to get the,'
i child. Jewell said that his wife told !
I him if she did not see more of life
! she would go mad.
! George W. Crist, aged twenty-two
years, son of Albert Crist, was "taken
j up by the policf and held tor a hearing
on the charge of perjury In swearing
j that Stella M. Blngaman, whom he
sought to marry, was twenty yeurs !
j old, when he took out a marriage
license. The girl with whom he eloped ?
: was twelve years old last March. Sh? :
j is rather well developed Tor one of i
' that age. She wore short dresses, but !
j she had her hair done up with rat? !
! and puffs to make her look older. When j
j she told her story at police hoadquar- '
tors she cried. Crist said he Intended i
to marry Stella because he loved her. I
It Is stated that the county authorities j
may bring criminal proceedings of a j
more serious character against him af- '
te?- the perjury charges have been dls- |
posed of.
The funeral of Miss Cora Turner, ?
daughter of William Turner, who was
killed with a shotgun several days ago
I by her Jealous lover, Flt/.hugh Comer,
j of Page county, who then committed
; suicide, took place yesterday, and was
i one of the largest funerals seen in
i that section of Page county in a long
] time, many people being attracted by
I morbid curiosity as a result of the ex
' citement occasioned by the double
tragedy. Comer was desperately lit
love wltj, the girl, who was very pretty
and winsome, and because of the at?
tentions paid to her by Fletcher Ham?
mer he became exceedingly jealous
After an hour's conversation on the
steps of the village church, he shot her
twice. Her little sister heard the shots,
' and as she ran up Comer reloaded the
gun and killed himself-.
1 Mrs. Margaret. Keckley Affleck, tha
last member of one of the oldest
families of Frederick county, who had
: rarely ever been ill in the eighty-font
' years of her life, was seized with acute
indigestion shortly after breakfast a
few days ago and expired before med?
ical attention could he summoned. Four
daughters and four sons survive, she
lived for many years opposite the Hill
man tollgate. on the Valley Pike, near
Winchester, where an old woman held
up Sheridan's army during the Civil
War and required eacli cavalryman to
! pay toll.
i Miss Fannie Lupton. teacher in a
county school, who found it necessary
to give John McCormlck a spanking,
and against whom charges of assault
and battery were preferred by the lad's
father, has been acquitted and exon
! erated by the magistrate who heard
I the case. There was an able array of
I counsel present to prosecute and. de
i fend, and sundry witnesses nlso testl
: tied as to the manner In which young
j McCormlck was spanked.
i Mrs. Mary M. Dolan died several days
1 ago at her home in Western section
I of the county, at the age of ninety-one
j years, A few days before her denth,
? Miss Eliza Scrivenher, member of nn
? other old family, died at the age of
ninety-right years, and her cousin. Mrs.
Mary Trone. who lived on the adjoin?
ing farm, died at the age of eighty
years.
Representatives of University
for Contests With Vander
bilt and Carolina.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Charlottes vi Ho, Va? February 5.?
I The try-outs held in the hall of the
! Jefferson Literary Society at. the Uni?
versity of Virginia to decide who
I should represent Virginia against Van
| derbllt and North Carolina in the pen
j tangular debating contests, resulted in
; the choice of the following men: R. S.
! Fulton, M. L Levy, Lewis Tyree, C.
M. Feuquay, L. L. Miller and G. R.
Warthcn. The judges were Dr. II. L
Jordan, Professor C. AV. Paul and Pro?
fessor W. H. Heck. The subject of the
debate was the sumo as for the ap?
proaching debates: "Resolved, That an
Income Tax (constitutionally granted)
Is a Necessary Means of Taxation."
Tho men will ho required to appear
before a jury composed of two stu?
dents?one. member from each so?
ciety?two faculty members and Pro?
fessor Paul, who will coach the men
for their next, debate. The men chosen
I by this Jury will take tho Virginia
I side of the debate against tho opposing
i debating teams. The teams will con
j slst of two men and an alternate, and
will debate tlie same night.
Tho Virginia representatives will
uphold the negative* Vnnderbilt Uni
versify at Nashville, and the affirmative
I against North Carolina, at Charlottes?
ville.
Will Not Almndon Crop.
Lexington, K>\, February T>.?Results
of the mass meetings held In county
seats throughout Kentucky indi?
cate that, the plan to cut out tho
growth of a crop of tobacco in 1911,
will be abandoned. It Is stated hero
that the Barley Tobacco Society will
not join with" tho Burley Tobacco
Union.
The principal reason assigned hy the
majority of the counties-for opposing
the. cut out of the 1911 crop was that
It was likely to cause night-rjdlng with
its attendant arson and murder.
Market Wilt Probably Recover.
[Special to The. Tlrnes-Dlspatch.1 ?
Danville, Va., February 5.?John T.
Markcl. an aged resident of Farrar
Street, who attempted suicide Wed?
nesday attorhooh by cutting his throat
witli a pocketknifo. Is rapidly recover?
ing from th" self-inflicted Injuries, and
Is oxpected to be aide to be out again
In* a week or ten days. Since his at?
tempt it suicide the unfortunate man.
It. Is reported, changed his views ?n
regard to living, and no longer wants
to 'dla.
Feels Aggrieved in That Amount
by Remarks of Charles
A. Peabody.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
New Vork. February ft.??Attorney
Samuel Untormeyer has hied im tIon ;
in Supreme Court to recover $fi0,00? ?
damages from Charles A Peabody |
president of the Mutual i.if,. Insuranc*J i
Company, for alleged defamation of
character;
Untormcyor charges that the in?
surance company had held him up to
public ridicule and censure by causing
to be circulated a statement which Uu
termoyer declares is untrue.
In these alleged remarks by Peabody, j
the lawyer says he was branded as a
"butter in" and a person whom the
company regards as untrustworthy.
Untermoyer'a complaint says that
prior to April 10 last the superinten?
dent of Insurance filed a report of his
Investigation of the affairs of the Mu- !
ttial Life Insurance Company, in which'
he Is alleged to have stated, among I
other things, that during the campaign
Of 1906 of the insurance company for
the election of trustees of the company,
the company increased Its advances to
agents by more than double any other i
quarter of that year. The report also
stated, it Is claimed, that the company
extended during the campaign upward
of $163,000 more than it was authorized
to spend by a committee of the board
of directors.
fjntorntoyer says his attention was
called to the report, nnd that on or
about April IS last, he made a public
statement to the pollcyholders for the
time he had acted as counsel for the
Mutual.
Ills comments were circulated in Itie
daily press and a copy of them was
shown to President Peabody. On April
10, the Complainant declares Peabod>
dictated a reply in which he criticized
Mr. Uhteririeyer as follows:
"The statement of Mr. Untermeyet
only shows that he has indulged one?
more his propensity for 'butting in' and
attaching his name to anything which
may involve a little passing notoriety
"ITIs remarks are as truthful as most
of his utterances, that is to say, there
is not one word of truth in them.
"Ho (meaning the plaintiff) made
two proposals to me (Peabody). either
one of which would have Involved my
hetraylng the interests of the policy
holders and directly contributed to
his Inordinate vanity and greed.
"But I waste words in expressing my
opinion of the gentleman In question.
My opinion is that of the business com?
munity generally."
The answer to the complaint denies
that the criticism of Unterrneycr was
printed exactly as dietnted by Peabody.
The defendant claims that the? words
"or others" should have been Inserted
after the words "either one of which
would have involved my betraying tho
Interests of pollcyholders." Cnternieyet
Informed the court that the answer
admits the substance of tho remarks
The answer denies, however, that the
remarks were made with intent to In?
jure Untermeyer. It denies also that
any of the company's resources were
used in the 1906 election of trustees;
that money was used Improperly hi the
election or that advances to agents
Were larger during this period. Mr
Peabody declares that the election was
fair and that it was free of control of
the agency force.
.Supreme court Justice Gerard grant?
ed an application of the plaintiff to
take the testimony of .Tntnes. E. Wil?
liams, assistant manager and cashier
of the. Mutual, in Louisville, Ky? and
of the following Louisville mon: Frank
L. Nood, Owen W. Thomas and Henry
M. Flexner. It is claimed these men
know of alleged expenditures of money
in the insurance election of 1906.
OFFlCRlt KILLS NEGRO
IN DISCHARGE OF DUTY
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Roanoke, Va., February 5.?The coro?
ner's jury investigating the killing of
Bob Bracken, the negro who was shot
Saturday night by Policeman J. F.
Thompson, brought in a verdict this
nfternoon to tho effect that the man
came to his deatn while the oflicer was
in the discharge of his duty. Thomp?
son was in plain clothes at the time of
the killing, and was looking out for
persons who have recently committed
numerous robberies in the business
section. The case will be taken up by
the grand jury to-morrow, and pending
this Policeman Thompson has been
suspended from the police force.
EscapoH from Hospital.
Danville. Va.. February 5.? Henry
Oldham. the negro who dived through
a second stovy window here several
days ago, sustaining serious injuries,
escaped from the general hospital here?
where he was taken for treatment.
Tho negro, watching his chance, got
up out of bed. dressed and slid down
one of the porch pillars, making good
his escape.
School House Destroyed.
Nashville, N. C, February 6.?The
Avent school house, in Griffin town?
ship, was burned last week. The tire
caught in the fiue about midday. An
absence of. water made It impossible
to save, the building. The house was
Insured for $350. The loss will be
about $550. The desks and other fur?
niture were saved.
CASTORS A
For Infants and Children.
Tiis Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
Auction &>ale?, $ uture 33ap&
^' ^By^^Y. rtoAvo^&^S?n7 ~
Real Ertalc Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OF AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN HOUSE
NO. 705 N. ST. JAMES STREET.
BETWEEN JACKSON AND DUVAL
STREETS.
In execution of a decree of the Chan?
cery Court of tho city of Richmond,
entered December 5. 1910, in the suit
of "James D. Pinn vs. Anna E. Jack?
son and Walter II. Jackson," 1 will
sejl at auction, for cash, on the prem?
ises, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S. 1911.
at I o'clock P. Mi, the Interest of the
said Anna E. Jackson In nnd to that
certain houpe In which sho now re?
sides, together witli the. lot upon which
It stands, on the cast line of St. James
Street, between Jackson and Duval
Streets, fronting .'8 feet, and running
back between parallel lines 44 feet.
The hou.ie Is a fairly good two-story
frame dwelling with five rooms.
The interest of the said Anna E.
Jackson In said house and lot la her
right to occupy the said properly dur?
ing the joli t 'lives of herself and tho
saltl Jarnos D, Pinn; and at the death
of the said Finn, she Is to havo an un?
divided moiety in said property in fee.
Her Interest, however, is subject to
tho right of tho said Pinn to have a
comfortable home and cupport on and
in said oromises during his life; :<nd
should he, for good cause, leave t'.to
said house. . then the said Anna E.
Jackson is p> pay him a monthly sti?
pend of $6.00 as long as "no lives.
HILL CARTER.
Special Commissioner.
I hereby certify that the . bond re?
quired r>y the nbovo decree of the
special commissioner has hefcn duly
given.
CHAS. 0. SAVILLE, Clerk
Auction &alt$.
Hy Tho Valentin?- Auction Co.,
Auctioneers',
?18 East Broad Street.
SM AI/I, STOCK OF GROCERIES.:
SHOWCASES, OIK TANK. CAKE
CANS. MEAT BLOCK. 5-11. P. KLKC-;
TBK) MOTOR, WOOD SAW. TABLE
AND BEET, AT AUCTION.
Wo u iu p{ it nt our auction sales
rooins, No. i'.IS East Broad Street, for
whom it may concern,
TO-MORROW (MONDAY), February fi.
.it o'clock P. M?
a small stock of Groceries, consisting
? ?f l'. and M. and Good Luck Baking
Powders, Canned Corn. Tomatoes. Peas,
Peaches, Salmon, Toi l, und Beans, |
Sardines, Table Syrup. Potted Moats,
ietc.; Pickles, Preserves, Extracts,
Stove Polish. Smokine. and Chewing
I Tobacco, Cakes ami <'.il<o (?ans. Candy,
I Cereals, Vinegar. Oil Tank. .Meat Block,
two good Showcases, Cheese Case, Tea. ,
Sweetheart Soap, and other GrOcorles;
also one 5?H. P. Direct Current Elec?
tric Motor, one Wood Saw, Table and
Hell.
Sale positive. TERMS: Cash.
THE V.M.ENTINK AUCTION CO.
Sucttoii S>ales, JTtiture ?ap&
Bv A. c. Hnrman,
Real' Estate. Auctioneer.
COM MISSION E HS' S A EE
OF
DESIRABLE CORNER BUILDING
LOTS ON THE SOUTHEAST COR?
NER OF SEVENTEENTH AND AC?
COMMODATION STREETS, FIFTY
FEET FRONT BY 120 FEET DEEP,
TO PAGE STREET;
j In execution of a decree of t*ho Clian
I cerv Court of the city of Richmond,
entered December ill. 1910, in the suit,
of Mary P. Crockford vs. E. R. Brown,
we *Ill sell by auction, on the prem?
ises, on
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ?. 1911,
at 4:ZQ o'clock P- M.,
those desirably located lotn above re?
ferred to. situated at the southeast
comer of Seventeenth and Accommoda?
tion Streets, fronting fifty feet on
Seventeenth Street and extending back
between parallel lines 1-0 feet to Page
Street, being lots Nos. 17 and IS in
Brown. Pago and Gamble's Plan.
TERMS: For cash sufficient to pay
the sum of 5525. with interest from
July l. 19 ?S, the costs of this suit and
sale, and nil taxes to day of sale: the
residue upon a credit o"f six months,
evidenced ry promissory note, with
Interest from date of sale, title re
tained until paid and 0 deed is or?
dered by .the court.
W. D. CARD WELL.
W. C. PI.'ELI AM.
Special Commissioners.
1 certify that the bond required by
the above decree of the Special Com?
missioners has been duly given.
Given under my hand this Ith day of j
February, 1011.
fest?: CHAS. O. SAV1LLE.
Clerk I
Bv -I. Thompson Brown & Co.,
U1S Main Street.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
OF
No. 1002 NORTH SEVENTH STREET.
NEAR PRESTON STREET?GOOD
PAYING PROPERTY.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust dated
February 1. 190S, to T. H. Edwards
and the undersigned trustee, and re?
corded in Richmond Chancery Court,
D. B. 195 B. page 515. to secure certain
notes therein described, default being
made, and being required so to do, we
will sell ?t public auction, on the
I premises,
I THURSDA Y, FEBRUARY 9. AT 5 P. Mo
to tho highest bidder, lot of land on
west sido of Seventh Street, with two
story brick dwelling. No. 1002 North
j Seventh Street, beginning .10 feet north
of Preston Street, thence running along
the west lln-? of Seventh Street and
fronting thereon 30 feet, and running
back between parallel lines J21 feet
to an alley.
This ? la good, attractive property,
one of the best In old Jackson Ward,
and will pa., handsomely as a per?
manent Investment or make a good
home.
TERMS: Cash as to expense of sale;
all unpaid and past due taxes, and to
pay two notes of $2 2.r>0 each, svith
interest from November 1, 1010. and
February 1. 1911. and one note of
$1.500. due February 1, 1911. with In?
terest from maturity, and balance In |
twelve months.
REAL ESTATE SECURITY CO..
Surviving Trustee.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO..
Auctioneers.
NOTE.?While the above terms are
prescribed by deed, easier terms can
be arranged. - ,
Wm. B. piz/.lni Company,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
723 East -Main Street.
At the request of the owner, we will !
offer for sale at public auction, on the
premises, that desirable, well located
property known as
NO. 1421 WEST CLAY STREET,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9,
at -1:30 P. M.
This Is a substantially built two- I
story detached frame dwelling of eight j
rooms, lighted by electric lights, hot '
and cold water; all in splendid order; ;
lot 30x150; stable in rear of lot; rent
lncr for $23 per month to a good ten?
ant. For a home or as an Investment,
this la an exceptional offer.
TERMS: Liberal and announced at
sale.
Weekly Property Exchange
We have lone seen the need of ana
have organized a weekly property ex?
change, at which from" lime to (Ime
we will offer all classes of house prop?
erty, favmn. building lots, manufactur?
ing sites, and other real estate. Our
llrst sale will take place on
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10. AT 5 p. M.
Wo have a large, comfortable, well
lighted room in which to hold these
sales at 28 North Eighth Street, and
this sale will include the following
properties:
Lot 1 ?No. ins Catherine Street
CJackson Ward), an eight-room flat11
dwelling, neatly new. with watet, etc., t
on each Moor. This property Is Jet to
a good tenant at $210 year; is in thor?
ough repair, and should make a paying
speculation.
Lot 2?No. 1109 Ashland Street,
Southwest Richmond (car- track right
at door); a seven-room two-story
frame dwelling house, with all city
Improvements. This property is let to
a good tenant at $12.50 month, and Is
never empty.
Lot ?No. 1907 Washington Street
(West Endi. a two-story six-room
frame dwelling house; rental value, j
SI2 month. i
Lot 1 ? 1915 Enslow Avenue. High
land Park, a two-story seven-room
i frame dwelling house, with bath, hot j
and cold water, range, etc. Rents for I
$".:< month; The lot is 70x1-10.
Lot 5?Southeast corner of Enslow
Avenue and Highland Street, High- !
land Park,, a similar house t:> above
Lot 55x110.
Lot ?107 North Eleventh Street, a
large brick dwelling house, with eigh?
teen rooms, semi-detached; lot 10x150;
every modem convenience.
Lot 7?Poultry, truck and small fruit
farm. 2ZM Aires, with new dwelling
house, ample buildings: clghi acres
wood: cut about 200 cords; three acres
orchard; 3)jj miles from Manchester?
and known as Pull lam's old faint.
All those properties can be Ji?d on
very easy terms. Permits to view and
all particulars from
THE NOONANDSON REALTY COUP .
2S N. Eighth Street.
" J. "W. LORD. Auctioneer.
Entries solicited for next week's sale.
The Valentine Museum!
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally lrom 10 A. M. ;o I F, U
Admission 20a Free on LUiuvda/x
Suction j&alc?, Jfutttre ]?aj?&
By N. \V. Bo wo & Son.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
-
SALE OP THAT LARGE, ATTRACTIVE
AND WELL APPOINTED COLO?
NIAL RESIDENCE,
706 E. Leigh Street
AND ALSO A LARGE FACTORY
BUILDING IN Till; REAR OF SAID
RESIDENCE AND FRONTING ON A
WIDE I AVED ALLEY.
-
At the request of tho owner, we will
offer for sale, on the promises, on
WEDNESDAY, FEB, s. i;mi.
?it 4:30 o'clock p. M., tho most excel?
lent and sp.m ous residence above re?
ferred to. situated on tho north side
of Leigh Street, between Seventh nnd
Kigbth Streets, with the broad and
deep lot upon which it stands, front?
ing 52 feet S inches, and running; hack
to a public alley in the rear. This is
a splend'd twelve-room brick dwell?
ing, equipped with electric lights, as
well as gas, and steam heated.
Upon .he reai of the lot is a com?
modious fotiV-story anil basement fac?
tory building; also equipped with elec?
tric atid gas fixtures, and having a
heating plant, elevators. etc., and
about 10,000 square feet of floor space.
This building i3 well adapted for any
light manufacturing business.
! The factory will be sold along with
J the dwelling, or separately, as may
seem best at the time of sale.
Centrally located as are these prop
er ties, they should command ready
buyers. The dwelling will be in de
t mand for rental purposes, or will make
,i most agreeable home, while the fac?
tory building, because of its location
near the business centre, can be put
to profitable uses along many linos.
TERMS: Easy and at sale.
Charles A. Rose Co..
6 North Ninth -Street.
Golsan & Nash.
Tenth and Main Streets.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
No. 2521 East Franklin St.
By virtue < I a certain deed of trust,
dated December 28, 1900. and recorded
'n the office of the clerk of the Chan?
cery Court of the city of Richmond.
Va.. in D. E. 205 B. page JS6. to the
undersigned trustee, default having
been mado in the payment of the debt
heroin secured, and having been re?
quested by the note hohler so to do,
I trill, on tho premises, at
4:30 o'clock P. M..
TUESDA ?:. FEBRUARY 7. 1911.
sell at public auction all that lot of
land In the city of Richmond. Va., at
the. southwest corner of Franklin and
.Twenty-sixth Streets, known as No.
--1 East FtankUn Street, beginning
at the corner or Franklin and Twenty
sixth. Street=, thence running W O B I n?
wardly and fr< nting on Franklin Street
twenty-nine feet four inches, thence
hack southwardly along line of centre
of partition wail between tenements
Nos, 2521 and 2519 forty-nine feet six
inches to centre of wall on offset,
thence Wi?stSardly 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
brick factory, thence east along line
of said factory thirty-live feet four
and one-half Inches t,i Twenty-sixth
Street, thence northwardly along west
line of Twenty-sixth Street one hun?
dred and flity-elght feet to point of
beginning.
TERMS: This sale is made subject
to the terms and provisions of a deed
of trust dated November 1. 1909, and
recorded In the Richmond Chancery
Court clerk's office In D. B. 201 A. page
228, to secure the aggregate sum for
principal and interest of $3,250. which
is a first Hen on the property; cash
sufficient to pay all costs and expenses
of sale, all taxes to day of sale, and
a debt of S742.ll. with Interest thereon
from December 2S, 1910, until paid, at
the rate of C per cent, per annum, as
well as any surplus that may remain
to the grantor and his assigns.
HUGH F. ROSE.
! Trustee.
CHARLES A. ROSE CO.,
GOLSAN A- NASH.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
By E. A. Catlln & Co.
Business Property
No. 3 Governor Street
We will sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, FEB. STH,
at- i o'clock P. M-. that exceptionally
' well located business property. No. 3
(lovernor Street. It is needless to say
I that this location is convenient to the
I most Imuortant commercial interest c?f
Richmond, ar.d it is hard to conceive
that It will ( \er decline in value. The
property is occupied by an excellent
tenant.' whose lease will expire dune
1, 1913. To those who are seeking a
remunerative income on an absolutely
safe investment or to those whoso
business requires them to he conven?
ient, to the banking or heavy mercan?
tile houses c.f the city, this property
should strb*v?ly commend itself.
TERMS will be made easy if desired.
E. A. JC AT LIN & CO.
By Charley A. Rose Company.
Real Estate Auctioneers,
No. C North Ninth Street.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE
OF
SIXTEEN AND THREE-EIGHTH;-:
ACRES OIj LAND, MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH THE IMPROVE?
MENTS THEREON, LOCATED IN
BROOK LAND TOWNSHIP. HEN?
RI CO COUNTY, VA.
In execution of a decree of the cir?
cuit Court of the county of lienrted',
entered February 2. I'Jli. in the suit of
"Charles w. Childrey vs. Moses Haw?
kins et als." wo will sell at public auc?
tion, at the courthouse of the county
of Henrieo, on
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY II. 1911.
;>! U:Oo o'clock M.,
sixteen nnd throe-eighths < ! ?', :t-.s.i acrei
of land, more or loss, together with
the improvements ihereon, lying and
being in Biookland Township. Henriee
county. Va.. about seven ' ~> > miles
north of tue city of Richmond, being
the property ? f which Griffin Hawkins
died seized r.hd possessed.
TERMS: On. -third cash and ttie bal?
ance at twelve and eighteen months,
the title to be retained until the whole
purchase ptleci is paid and the convey?
ance ordered by the court.
THOMAS W, GARDNER,
W, K. MA THE WS.
Spectal ? Commissioners.
I hereby certify that tho bond re
quired uy the above decree of the spe?
cial commissioners has been duly
given.
E R. PHILLIPS,
Deputy Clerk.
By i i "Seldon Taylor & Co.',
Real Estate Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES
OF
VALUABLE BROAD STREET PROP
Kivrv,
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1511.
at 1:30 P. M.,
No. la East Broad Street, north side,
between FIrht Street and Brook Ave?
nue, and lot upon which It stands,
fronting 21x121 feet to a 17-foot paved
alley in th < r.-ar.
The value of properly In this local?
ity Is steadily enhancing, therefore this
sale should attract tho attention and
presence of speculators; Investor? and
capitalists.
TERMS: One-third cash; balance on
a credit of one and two yoars, with
;j per cent, interest payable' quarterly,
interest to be evidenced by separate
note*, all secured by a deed of Hunt
on the pr ipertyi
H. SELDON TAYLOR & CO.

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