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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD]
when paid in advance. No Ad. j
taken for /ess than TEN
CENTS.
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
? Classification not guaranteed
eft er 9:30 P. M.
FOR B USINESS CON.\
TRACTS Phono Monroo J for
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
Hont anu Jfouno.
Lus-r/ fjV}-;"" nOhi-AU NOTE BEj
Iwcen No. 117 North Fifth Street)
itixl Hogg's J.iruR Store. thence !?><
Eleventh ami Banh Str?dts, it round
notify No. 117 North Fifth Street,
lind receive rowartl,
LOST, Bin5 w'n i tr" 511 ? i ? i V SATl;u
day night on Main or in taxlcab,
Howard If returned 5J?38 Monument
Avenue.
bOSTV R BT WHEN FI FT H AND. MAIN
and Eleventh and Broad Streets, si
black overcoat. Howard If returned
to 1305 Batnbrldgo Street, Man- |
. ehester. _I
LOST, SATURDAY A ft 13 R NjO o N, j
February nth. on Threc'-Chbpt Road,
near Mr. Uadonoelt'F. an English
hound (whlto and tart bitch); our
name on collar. Answers tr, name of
Dtttchcss. Howard it returned to
kennels, Rid Vista. DI3KP RUN
> ii untx'lub._
LOST. LA I d KS'" POCK ETBOOK, '.'ON'
talnlng $25 or $26, between Broad
Struct and .Jefferson Hotel, if found
return to no West Grace. Howard if i
returned to W. C. ELLIS, ltouin :><<z,
Jefferson Hotel.
^)cip QJ&anttti, Malt*
??VERNMENT EMPLOYES WANTED
.'-'erid posttil for Hicbinond examl
nntion schedule FRANKLIN INSTI?
tute. Dcp't, 3?2 D, Rochester. N. y.
f.an.\v.\yjmaje t:lerks wanted?
Average- .--alary. 11,100. Alternate
weeks off with f"ll pay. Preparation
free for coming Richmond examina?
tions. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
Dep't- 3S3 d. Rochester. N. V._
vouno men WANTED TO LEARN
the automobile business, the best
paid of unv outdoor calling; short
hours and good pay, Yon can hc
u-otho competent, and secure a poal
ttoh i?v Mki.M^ a course at our prvio- j
tjeal school. Every competent grad- i
unto placed at once. Yoti can pay
a part. dOWU. and tho balance ivnen j
you are placed in a position. Day or
night Instruction. Actual practice
on modern enrs. Our mechanical in- |
struction a specialty. Call or write I
NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL,
11 West. Main, near J?? it<u ."'m Hot"l.
want\'<)\:\Y <>oi>~i>\ks'~c,o?i
wages given- Address B 553, care j
TlmesfDlBpatch.
COLORED men. BECOM e CHAU Ft
fiur.-; dav or nipht SOUTHERN
At:tc> SCHOOL. 113 Brook Avenue.
if you avant POSITION as FIRE-,
man, l>ra iceman, electric motormdn,
conductor, colored train porter, on
Virginia roids, $05 to $150 month, in-1
- lose sta;np for application blank and
map e>: new lin>:s; name position you
want: hundreds put to work without
experience; 500 more wanted. 1N
ter. RAILWAY DEPARTMENT, A5,
Indianapolis, ind.
w'antjh ?7~ a Reg istered ':Assisi -
, ant druggist at once. Apply Box
207, Ilnmptom Va.
wanted! i insTrCLASS w it i te
barber ;it Once; $12 and half over Si
per week, G. S. GREEN, Central
lloter Barber Shop. Charlotte. N. C.
W AN TED,'?? FOR: U. s! ARMY. ABLE
bodied, unmarried men, between n?cs
of 1% and 35; citizens of United StateB, )
nf good character and temperate hab?
its; who can speak, read and write tlio
English language. For Information ap?
ply to REORUITING OFFICE, S20 East
Brond St.. Ulchmond. Va.; 151 Sycamore
Ht , Petersburg. Va; or Columbia Build?
ing. Qrahby St-V Norfolk. Va._
\v AN ted/by A we LL> ESTABLISHED
wholesale and retail hardware house,
ypung man with experience In the
hardware line na clerk; give expe?
rience, ago and salary expected. Ad
dr- ? HARDWARE, care Times-Pi -
patch._ _ ;
w anted, a first-class STON H
man: jre,f>d wages: steady position.
M. S. AV. d a. BYCK co., Printers
S'i van nab. Cn
WANTED' WH ITE BARBER at ONCE.
Iftl9 Hull Street. South Richmoml.
?V ANTED, FLORIST; jROS E or car -
nation grower or pot plan!, man;!
married preferred. Must "oc capa?
ble. Good waget; permanent posi- ,
tion, with or without; dwelling, F.
FALLON, Rctanokej \n._
Siituatwn? ^ante?. itTalc^
WANTED, POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
stenographer and bookkeeper; best
reference. 'Phone 510 Madison,
EX pe i El enge D bookke E PER and
credit man, now employed, desires to
make i'Uncir; good refercr.ee from
r> resent employer. Address P. O.
Ron ?>'*? 7. City.
POSITION AS S?LTGJ TOR o R COU^
lector; can give best ?( reference
and bond, if required. Would like a
persona) interview. Address c 570,
? care Times-Dispatch.
DO?BEEtEntry b ook k e eper
Wants position by March first; good
? references; ?nod reasons for chain?
ing. Address F 662, c.'ire Times-Di;;
? patch.
WANTED. I'(?SITION AS OFFICB MAN
or city salesman or collector, by
young man e>f energy and ability. Ati
rlrcss E til?, care Ttmcs-Dispatchi
EXPERIENCEDIjCUSTOM; GUTTER! IS
open for n position with merchant
tailor. Address E 652. care Tlmes
Id^patch.
&(tuattoh? t^?ntcTj. rtfemalr.
J..AI)y^DESlTTES PolHTi?N~AS tfoM
prtnlon or housekeeper. Address F
^'"?V. rare Tinics-Dispittcli._
i ^ituatlpnff, ;^rofesfsfioiial;
AVANT ED, by a high ^CHOofi
school and college graduate, coach?
ing to do. Address 606, care Times
I 'ispa tell. _
IScwrffingT
KlJtS^TcHA^rrS BOWERST lT-W-JAST
Franklin; bnndsbmelj appointed
rooms-, vvilh board; largo, well-ven
iilaled dining room; opening on Sec?
ond Street. Men Is by tiny or week.
two FURNISHED fi?")0.>is! WITH
1 bath, for two gentlemen, with hoard,
in private family. Address a 517, 1
care Times.Dispatch.
BOARDERS wa NTED FOR DERIR
able rooms. mrs. BET^l. 705 East
lieigli 'Street. Also table boarders.
Terms reasonable.
?MALL.^BOARDING/I10USE; ,REASON
ablo rates. 1003 West Grace Street.
njT^e rooms.;iWrnH table board.
at 317 East Franklin.
^^er?onawr"
f^p6^?ESS TN'l^?liMX'frC)N which
cost mo a fortune, and feel tltat i
should J?t ovory consumptive know
' about mv experience. MRS. J. M.
REYNOLDS, Central National Bank,
Columbus, O.
AB^6*?ut"b ;? purity AND ^FREEDOM
j. from organic matter?flvo galloms fot
25c?Holly Springs Llthla Water.
Phone Monroe 477,
HUMAN HAIR B O U OUT AND SOLD
?t KUGHES'S. 203 Nof.th Third,
$clp tManteo, female,
w A N t H d. FIRST-CLASS WOMAN
stenographer from March 1, for an
out-of-town position. State age, ex?
perience, qualification!! and salary
expected. Address 13 231. curoTimca
Dlspatch._
STENOGRAPHER wanted; new
hcglntmr preferred. Apply EBEL
Building, Loom s, between hours
of S and 10 o'clock.
WANTED, An~LXi^r.l^rr^:TJr:d iTaiTy
stenographer. Apply to THAL
1 ILM eu BLOH., Fifth and Broad
Streeta.
want ed, LADY CANVASS El i 3;
house to house; clean, lady 11 ko work;
good pay; pleasant .employment. Mux
i'.?2 Post-Office. City._
CANVASSERS HOUSE TO Iiouse
proposition; goo<l. clean, profitable
work for a hustler. P. O. Box 07'.',
City. _ _
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS ."WOMAN
stenographer; must bo fast and ac?
curate. TURNBULL & TURNBULL,
Lawrence vllle. Vo.
vT?^iT-.TTT A~ST ENO?TfA BUER 1N a
wholesale grocery} salary. ?10 per
week; state; experience and give I
reference. Address C &04, cure
Times-Dispatch.
wa ntei?. LA D y OF GOOD: ADDRESS
tr> solicit In city; no books, etc., lb
sell; pleasant position. Address A
?20. caro TlmcF-1 Hspatch.
want ed, a" voi Nf; la i >y" stiTncm^
rap tier, 20 to 25 years old and ex?
perienced; must write good hand and
bring best references Apply FOOT
er's DY13 WORKS, 210 North
First Street.
w?n'i't7p~ l?TTy agents, h iTeTk
away from the dead ones. The
Itdusekeopor easy payment maga?
zine club offers splendid opportuni?
ties to secure permunent employ?
ment with good income. Apply 71!?
Flast Grace Street, after 4:r*.0.
GRONEMEYER.
^Professional 0clp WBantib.
i it BT vih<j'inf/Ttkac111:i;ri* Hi'neau
supplies colleges, private and public
schools with teachers of all grades
Teachers wanted. 11. W. CRIDLIN,
Manager, Woodland Heights, Rich
monil. Ya.
&ooms for ?jntL
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Apply 010 North Eighth Street._
CLEAN, NJSWLY~FURNISHEl); IIOOMS.
Phone Madison 2200-J. Transients;
uormancnt: baths; central. THE
_ WELLINGTON. 014 East Clav_St r. -t.
FOB GENTLEMENj NIGELYv F?R
nished second-story hall room In
private family; references exchanged.
Apply 014 Fast Marshall.
BR IG H T. SUNN Y R l >G M~; SECOND
story, convenient to bath; private
family. Apply No. 202 South Third
Street.
??o?ttt0V? arid fc-'airsmn.
kTXnCv 'spring**!Farvest seas<5n
calendar and noveity salesmen. Wo
want Virgina men; full line. KEn
neDYrbrown-hall CO., Jackson
vllie, Fla.
I SALESMEN. TO CARRY ONE SAMPLE
OF MEN'S GUN METAL TIF BL?CH?
ER SHOE. TO RETAIL FOR Sl.F.a.
ADDRESS HONEST VALUE SHOE
FACTORY". BALTlM?tlE. MD.
WANTED. BY EST ABl .ISH ErT^EAL
estate firm of high standing, a city
salesman of experience; one who
can command some business pre?
ferred; Address A ".10. care Times
Dispatch.
we want' To "sT?'iTt" ?.?ne ~iooD
man in each town in the merchant
tuilorlng business. We furnish bit,',
attractive sample n^ttlt free, con?
taining' 500 samples and all acces?
sories; no small catalogue; no cstr.
p'erlence necessary. Our line 8011$ I
High-class. legitimate, permanent
business, large profits; to $10
da|ly. Fit. style and workmanship
guaranteed. Write at onoe for ex?
clusive selling agency to Dep't. 42.
HUNTINGTON TAILORING CO., 252
Market street. Chicago,
&Qtni? W&anttb.
AG e^TSilsTO p ; RIGHT I I ER E, SOM1 ?;
thing now; $45 to $90 a week; sells
on sight; lee per cent, proilt; no
fl.aixt for territory; new automatic
razor sharpener, absolutely guaran- .
teed for life; one agent without ex- !
pcriencb toed-: 27 orders first day
nut (sworn statement); 26 orders
next day: profit for two days. $70.50;
100.000 Fold in four months; phe?
nomenal money-maker: men every,
where are excited over the myste?
rious accuracy and perfect inn of this
I little- machine. Write to-day for full
particulars free. Wo want a thou?
sand agents in exclusive territory* at
?nce. Address THE NEVER FAIL
1 CO.. 07* Colidh Bldg.. Toledo. Ohlb,
farms "Xi^d^timbe^^andsf our
new catalogu? contains 400 farms
and timber lands; best bargains In
Virginia. I pay your railroad fare.
Write for free catalogue. Address
J. R. BLAM. Box 267. Charlottesvillf,
Vft._
FOR SALE. FLOYD AVENUE AND
Main Street lots, near the Soldiers'
Home. Madison 1467._
X~BE??YfFUL~GIIOVE A Veni; E L<)f
on the north side, just above the
Soldiers' Home (on the tirst block):
full depth. 170.0 deep to 20 foot
alley. If you don't think this i.- a
bargain ask some one. who knows the
value of this property. Can he
bought to-day on easy terms and at
S>35 per foot. Positively no Informa?
tion given over 'phone. Call at our
office. AMOS & POINDEXTER, 1110
East Main Street. _
FOR SALE. POFLTiFy FAPTm. FKR
nlture and stock. Box 2 1. R. F- D. No.
?, South Richmond. Va,
FOR SALE, SMALL FARM ~1jt~ IN
parcels to suit the buyer. Also one
lot at Ginter Park?Lot 15, Block L,
Hawthorne Avenue. Apply to E. t.
DEITRICK, 27*1 East Main Street.
N INE-iRO?M BRICK HOUSE, C1:N -
tral, near park; south of F.road;
must sell quick. Address A 531.
care Times-Dispatch;
sTntTtit) 6 AC RES 0 F t im B ER ec) R
sale. This timber lays south of the
Potomac. River, and east of tin;
Mississippi River. It Is in tracts from
2.000 acres to ^e.??00,000 acres. Each
tract is separate. P. .T. BERKELEY.
Amelia <^._H #_Vfi_;_
we CAN PLEASE YOU! FIRST GALL
to sen us if you wish to buy. sell
rent or insure. D. N. WALKER &
CO.. Real Estate and insurance^ No.
1. Mutual Building tentranco corner
Ninth and Main)._
^eal C?tate for 2aent
WE CAN PLEASli YOU:^FIUsY"CALL
to sec us if you wish to buy. sell,
rent or Insure. d. N- WALKER <fc
CO., Real Estate and Insurance, No.
1. Mutual Building (entrance corner
_ slnth n nd Ma I n L_l__
FOR RENT. ONE NINE-ROOM HOUSEi
liosscssloiL April 1st. Stop 15. Seven
Pinea Car Line. J. L. & A. C. MIL?
LER. Stop 17, Seven Pines Car Lino.
R. F. D. No. 3, City.
COU n TRY/ 110 M E.W AN T ED FO ROOM -'
Ing summer; furnished, modern Im?
provements, five bed rooms and ser?
vant's quarters, near railroad or elec?
tric station, not. over 30 miles from
Richmond. Rest references. D 610,
care Times-Dispatch._
^ntcnt?-^rabcmarU?.
PROTECTIVE PATENTS. PROCCBED
, promptly. Our books, "The protec?
tive Patent" and "Letters of Patent
Succr.sfi," sent on request. Personal
service guaranteed. BEELER ^
ROBB. Patent and Trade Mtjtrk Law?
yer;.. 220-223 McGill Bldg., Washing?
ton, L1. C '
DAILY PUZZLES
What animal?
A.NSWEH TO Y ESTER U AV'S I'L7.?LE?
cm? hl.
Jfoc &>ale.
for wagons. go TO RICHARDSON
BROS.. ?15 Brook Avenue.
Vi) 11 's ALE, " \V INTBR OATS; PR bse ST
price, 60 rents per bushel. Sample
at 1111 Bast .Main Street. LEWIS
(UNTER land and IMPROVEMENT
< (?MPAN Y._
EXTRA LARGE SIZE MANTLE MI R
r?rs; sizes 0x8 1-2 feet and Hinaller.
In fiilt and walnut frames. Rare
bargains, at S. J, LONDON'S. 1531
B. Main Street._
FOR1, SALE, <200,000 OLD BRICKS in
lots of 5,000. and up, for $5 per 1,000,
on Sixth Street. Phone Madison 1352.
_w. DAVIS & BRO.
EOil S?I'.e" OLIVER "VY i'ey.Til tee
No. 5; only used l months; wood as
new; cheap. Address a. W. CALLIS,
Nogo, Va.
we have ;ba1 ;g?ins in s#:cond
hand wagons and buggies. These are
volUclcfl that were taken in ex?
change, and must be sold at a sacri?
fice to make room for new soring
:itock coming In. Prices from 515 to
S5<y_A iieYElVS_S0NS.
"ici^~CREAMS.'^ ALL FLAVORS AND
style?. WINSTON'S; Phone Madison
WANTED. TO EXCHANGE AN EDl
son home phonograph with forty
records, for a wood or polo saw. G.
W. EL I. P.;. J Ugh land Springs. _
WE HAVE THE BEST MADE WAG?
?ns in the city for the least money
We guarantee our wagons tor 12
months to stand the wear and do
your work without any trouble or
expense to vou. Cash or credit. A.
MEVEP'S F?NS. Till East Carv._
SSu?imss (??pporrumt;?S.
W*jvS>fEl' YOUNG M AN ' W ITH $ LOOo'
to $5,000 to become interested in
first-class business; must bo ener?
getic; willing to travel. Reply at
once P. 0. Box r>S5._
Notices;.
NOTICES" of"DihSOLUTluN '-'-XuT 1C h
is hereby given that the copartner?
ship heretofore existing between H
C. Bristow and R. E. Mitchell, under
the firm name of 15. C. Bristow Co.;
doing business at No. 15 North Eigh?
teenth Street, Richmond. Virginia,
has been this day dissolved by mu?
tual consent. R. E. Mitchell has re?
tired from said firm and business,
but the said ?. C. Bristow will con?
tinue the business at the some place
and under the same firm name.
Dated Richmond, Va.. Feb. 1. 1911.
B. C. BRISTOW.
,_R. E. MITCHELL.
A TABLE AND MElJlCIWXL WATER
without a peer?five gallons for 25c,
delivered?Holly Spring* Lathis
Water Phone Monroe 477.
NEW;! YORK 'SHOE SI UNE A ND: 11 AT
Cleaning removed from Sio East
Main to 726 East Main. Separata
room for ladles.
Till: HOLDER OF TICKET NO. UTS.
off, red by Italian Ball, January 5,
1011, will please call at Mr. PAUL
VALPRlGHI'S, 400 West Broad, for
prize.
tv AN TB d7~ THL~FU ?7- S TO K NOW
that Jahnko Bros.. Jewelers. 913
East Main treet. buy. sell. ex?
change and remount diamonds in
the latest styles. Old gold and sil?
ver taken In exchange.
ifligceUaneous.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now; sanitary methods used; reliable
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY; 'ill
East Broad Street. Madison 3204.
SHOE RE PAIRING.
MEN'S SHOES, WHOLE-SOLED. SI;
half-soled. 75c: ladies'. 60c; chil?
dren's, 40c... and up, according to
size. Every pair sewed; no nails
or pegs. Best leather. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 E
Maln. Phone Monroe_2667._
SAFES
THE M?SLER SAFE COMPANY BANK
safes, the Manganise Screw-door and
Corless, nrc and burglar proof vaults,
lire, proof rales, etc. Address for
catalogue and estimates, G. T.
CRADLE. Agent for Virginia and
North Carolina, Blackstone. Vn.
H AULIKG. ~
IF YOU WANT YOUR HAULING DONE
quickly and promptly at any hour,
night or day, call EPPS, the Hauler,
Phone Madison 1S51; night. Madison
$703-L; Wagons furnished by yearly
contract.
FINE uniiolster1ng AND M.VT
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP
bolstered; mattresses made over like
new; furniture and china packed
and shipped JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
3292.
ANTIQUES;
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE.
Furniture. repaired, polished and
packed: upholstering, etc. L. N. AH
NALL & SON, 318 Brook Ave Phon?
Madison 62:7.
DOES Y?U R ; R?G in LEA K ? "
IF SO WE WILL STOP IT FREE. AND
guarantee It for a period of two
years, PROVIDING vou will allow
us to do your roof PAINTING. OUR
prices are. always the LOWEST, find
our workmanship the. best. WE
KNO .V HOW. R II. HAMILTON
COMPANY. 12* West Canal Street.
"Phono connection."
DYEING AND CLEANTNf?.
THE BEST DYEING AND CLEANING
can lie round at t JILL'S. Suits
scoured and pressed, 75.-. 325 North
Fifth. Phone 4 Sr.2.
IF-.?"V,- npjfj tiH? f3*fr{fH. '
eggs:~"e< fosi"off's?\LeT^singi?E
conih white Leghorn etrg? $1 per
setting of In; Indian Runjter"~Duck
eggs, SI per seltlng of 11. w. M
M l LAM. R. F. D.. No^ I, City,
FOR SALE, ONE FINE* MARE*
weighs twelve or thirteen hundred
pounds; gentle, works anywhere.
Price, $115. Apply to POSTMASTER,
Huguenot, Va.
ON B FA MI LY COM LUNATION FAMILY
horse; work In any harness, double
or single; absolutely gentle and
sbuhd: fearless: dark bay; nine years
old._T. G. POOL. Virgillna. Y^a._
A N O T HE R CIIANCE.?JUST Hj;T
celved another carload of burnt
wheat. This wheat is- thoroughly
clean and n good, cheap feed; $1.50
per 100 pound*, $11 per 1,0,00 pounds,
$27 per 2.000 pounds. W. .1. TOOD'S
SONS._
FOR 'SALE; PURE^BRED; BLACK Mi?
noren und' white Leghorn eggs. $?;
m i- fifteen G W ELLIS, Highland
Springs.
_^ _5?5n?5i_ '
S IC C ? N rV-1 [ ANHp]T?aC11INERY ?f"
of dvory description bought at full
value. clarence cosby; 1523 e.
Cary St. Phono Madison 3526.
WANT ed~. T?li?Y~FOn CASH;1 HOUSED
hold goods tn any quantity. Phone
Madlsoc 3851._
"CoaTan? j??oo?.
l~?Vo7s wo?d :s"enac'? lv ia'ke^Cll
good, dry. heating wood?It lasts* and
your work goes on smoother. Ilia
coal makes ashes after tt burns.
Ma d 1 son 1000 ji nd 1 Oj <?.
QUALITY and QUANTITY arb
guaranteed from us. Wei have oak,
pine or slab wood, and our prices
arc ri*ht. Wo please everybody.
Phono Madison 6913. NORTH CARO?
LINA W\OOD AND COAL CO.. 827
Brook Avenue.
HICKORY STOVE "WOOD.
DO TOU WANT A LOA!? OF THE
best hickory wood In the city cut
to stove lengths? You can get it
by 'phoning your order to Madison
?111. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY._
Utaltti $ropoaalfj;~
SEA~LJ:fD ~"\'R?P?SAlV W 11,1/1 ill RE
coived by the board or trustees of
the State Normal and Industrial
School for Women, Frcderlcksburg.
Va., until noon MONDAY, the 20 th
I day of February, 1311, for the fur
I nlshing of all materials, for, and the
erection and completion of, a resi?
dence at 1- redericksbui n. Va.. tn ac?
cordance with plans and speeliica
tioris of Charles M. Robinson, Archi?
tect, of Richmond. Va. Each bidder
? will inclose with his bid a certified
; ? heck for 5200. payable to P. .J.
j White; chairman of the building and
j grounds committee. The successful
j bidder will be required to furnish n
surety company bond in penalty of
twenty-Jive hundred dollars, condi?
tioned for the faithful execution of
his contract.
Plans and specifications e^n lie
seen at the ofllces of Charles M. Rob?
inson, Architect, Richmond, Va , ??r
E. If. Russell, President, Fredertcks
burg, Va.
The right is reserved to the born*.I
of trustees to reject any and all bids.
I Checks accompanying bids not tic
'; cepted will he. returned at onco to
the persons sending them.
I P. J. WHITE.
! Chairman Building and Grounds Com?
mittee.
February o. 1011.
SEALED PROPOSALS AVILLIBE ; REV
celved until 12 o'clock SATURDAY*
February 2.", 1911. to furnish th?
Penitent inr? ? f resit beef during the
year beginning March 14. 1911. wHola
forequarters. weighing hot lent than
125 pounds, or rattlers weighing not
less than S3 pounds each, arc re?
quired. Separate bids must be sub?
mitted for each, and full-size sam?
ples showing the kind and quality of
cuts must accompany the bids. De- ,
liveries to bo made not later than
?iZd A. M. on such days and In such
quantities as the Superintendent j
may direct. As a pledge of good
faith, the birls must be accompanied
by n certitied check for one hundred
dollars, which will be returned to the
successful bidder as soon as he oxe- 1
<:ut?-s a satisfactory contract.
For further information apply to i
the Superintendent;
By order of the Hoard of Directors.
.1. B. WOOD,
Superintendent.
SEALED Bl i >S WILL BE RECEIVED
Until 12 o'clock SATURDAY, Feb?
ruary 25, 1911, for the Penitentiary;
slops during the year beginning,
April 1. 1911. The said slops must I
be removed from the premises at j
regular intervals at least three times
a week. . The bids to bo accompanied '
by a certified check of one hundred j
dollars, which will be returned to I
the successful bidder when he exe-'
cutes a satisfactory bond guar?
anteeing faithful performance of
contract. For further Information
apply to the Superintendent.
By order of the Board of Directors.
.T. B. WOOD.
Superintendent.
JUtlantci ?ttP &rsort?
GALEN HALL
AND COTTAGES
MOTEL AND SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
AItthj a oD?a. Always ready. Always busy. 1
F. tu YOUNG. Gen'lManaaeS
By the Valentine Auction Company,
Auctioneers. - I
61 S East Broad Street.
Furniture, Mixed
Paints, Notions,
etc., at Auo.
tion.
w e will sell at our auction salesroom;
No. 61$ East Broad Street, to-day.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15;
I ?1 10:30 o'clock, a large lot of tine
land medium household furniture of oil
I kinds?matting, vugs, druggets, ear
pets, pictures, lace curtains, et--.?also
PAINTS AT 12 O'CLOCK.
We will fell 116 cans mixed paints in
gallon, half-gallon and quart cans, as
sorted colors: H,so ;l lot <n notions;
,' etc.
I Sales positive^?Terms: Cash.
THE ' VALENTINE AUCTION CO
R. B. Chafllh <fc CO., Inc..
' Real E.-tatc Agents, and Auctioneers,
Uli East Main Street.
AUCTION SALE
OF
Farm of Fifty Acres
NEAR HIGHLAND SPRINGS.
At the request of the owner, we will
seil ?t public auction, at the front door
?r iienrlco county Courth?'us?, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911.
at l o'clock p. m..
the following described tract of lan 1
' being the property of H. E. Marqtilss
I Bounded bv the lands of A. D. Te.-kc
l now owned by Prokop and Meier, run
1 hing northwardly 1.250 foot to Chlcka
hominy River: thence along said rive
eastwardly to mark cd willow oak
thence, southwardly l;250 feet, am
Ihenco tvsistwardly about 730 fect
point of beginning, containing acre;
? more or less. Dwelling house and out
buildings for Imme/Ilate farming opcr
I a Hons.and was formerly the estate o
A. F. Feltz.
TERMS! Ensv and announced at srtle
R. R. C1IAFFJN & CO.. INC.:
Auctioneers.
i-EleeUngs.
Tili; ANNUAL MEETING OP TITE
stockholders of tho Oans-Bady Co.
will bo held at tho office of tho com?
pany, 1000 East Main Street, Rich?
mond, Va., WEDNESDAY, February
15. 1311. at. 12 M.
GEO. W. RADY. Secretary.
SHOCKOE COUNCIL. S:>.".
Royal Arcanum. Grand
Lad! os* Night; first-class
entertainment. Lee Camp
Hall. WEDNESDAY. February 15th, 8:80
p. M. Regular stated meeting in rear
hall 7 p. M. Refreshments.
C. V. JONES.
Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of ih<^ Virginia Hot
Springs Company, for the purpose ?>(
electing directors, and for the trans?
action of such other business as may
lawfully come before the said meet?
ing, Including the approval or all
of the actfi of the board of directors
and all committees thereof, Of the
salt] company. In the past year, will
be held at the office of the com?
pany. Homestead Hotel. Hot
Springs. Virginia. on TUESDAY;
tho 2Sth day of February, toil, at
12 M. The transfer books will clos^
Wednesday, February 22. 1911, at 3
P. M. and reiiialh closed until A.
M. Wednesday. March 1, 1911.
A. TRBVVETT. Secretary.
OFFICE
The Virginia Fire and Marine
Insurance Company.
Richmond, Va., Feb. 7. 1011.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD?
ERS.?The regular annml meeting
of Stockholder? will ho held at the
company's othoe. No. 1015 East Main
Street. Richmond, Va., on TUESDAY.
21st Instant, at 1 '_? M. Transfer books
will .jo r.'.eisod from February 1 1 to
February 22, d 911.
wilijam ii. McCarthy.
Secretary.
I Tin-: annual meeting of the
stockholders of the E. B. Taylor
Company, will be held at the office
of the company. No. 1011 East Main
Street, Richmond, Va.. TUESDAY!
February 21. 1911, at 3 P. M.
w. e. HENDERSON;
Secretary.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally from 10 A M. .o i P. M.
Admission 25a Free on Katu?d?.ra
?eai <?&&e tar J&ent.
Apartment for Rent
Uhexpired lease on apartment in the
Raleigh, Harrison and Franklin Streets.
Possession at once. Apply tu
?T. NELSON STEELE. JR..
115 Mutual Building,
or J, D. CARNEAL & SON.
ti North Eleven tit Sr.
Suction ?>ates, tZTtjis ?3ap.
Bv'e". a."Cat! in'& Co.'"* "
Business Property
No. 3 Governor Street
We wiil sell at auction, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13;
at 1 o'clock P. m.
I that exceptionally weil located busi?
ness property. No. :', Governor Street,
i It is needless to say that this location
i is con von lent to the most Important
, commercial Interest of Richmond, and
I It is hard to conceive that it will ever
I decline In value. The property is oc?
cupied by an excellent tenant, whoso
lease will expire June ]. 1913, To those
who are seeking a remunerative in?
come on an absolutely safe investment
or to those whose business requires
them to be convenient to the banking
or heavy mercantile houses of the city,
this property should strongly commend
Itself.
TERMS: Will he made easy if desired.
E. a. CAT LIN & CO.
By J. Thompson Brown & Co..
1113 Main Street.
Good Fairmount
H
ome
No. lU'S, corner Twenty-fourth arid R
Streets, at public auction, on premises,
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 5 P. M?
on extra easy terms.
Two stories; detached; seven rooms:
wid>" cbrnor lot; >-ity water and sewer.
a good paying investment or a niu&
home.
YOUR RENT WILL BUY
C ome and put your rent money in
it, either for a home or for profit.
J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.;
Auctioneers.
Sucttoii ^alea, Jfuturr i?aps.
By^J?'iiiT T." G?ddin" ?T \ '<?>.,
Real Estate and Loans.
Hank and Eleventh Streets.
TRUSTEE S AUCTION SALE
OF
A VACANT LOT ON BEVERLY
STREET, BETWEEN BEECH AND
J.INDEN STREETS.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
from Robert, f. Randolph, dated Jan?
uary :;. 191", to the undersigned trus?
tee, and recorded in Richmond Chan?
cery Court In D. B. 205 A, page v 10.
default Haying been made In payment
of tho debt secured therein; ami being
I required by the: beneilclary so to de,
I the undersigned will seli sit public
auction, on the premises, en
I THURSDAY; FEBRUARY IK. 1911.
at l:3n p. M..
the property described in said deed,
as follows:
All that certain lot. piece or parcel
-if land Uing and being in the city of
Richmond, fronting .".l feet s inches
on the north side of Beverly Street,
and beginning thereon 00 feet from tlx.
Intersection of Beech Street, rind run?
ning the nee along Beverly Street ."!
fett S iii-.lie . more or less, and ex?
tending back northwardly between
parallel lines 110 feet to an alley;
thence along said alle;, and parallel to
1 BeveVIv Street :,\ fcoi s inches.
TEEMS: Enough in cash to pay the
expenses, of sale, all taxes that may be
due; also a ratable proportion of taxes
for this year, a itoto of $9.00 due July
5; 1910; with interest; a note of $0.'?o
duo January .V I9i 1. v- Ith interest: a
note for J3QO.?6. due January ... 1911;
with Interest, and the residue sat otic
anel two years, negotiable notes. In
t ercflt added, and secured by n deed
ot trust on the property.
W. A. WILLE RO Y.
Trustee.
By The Vn Ion tine. Auel ion o?.. Auctioneer;'.
CIS East Broad Street
Colonial Furniture at Auction
In order to settle a claim" against .same and all storage and other charges
accrued, we will sell ;> number of pieces of Bare Colonial Mahogany Furniture,
genuine artlnues, at
Nu. 700 MOS BY STUEI3T (Corner Moshy and Venable Street, on Oak wood
car Hue),
(TO-MOBKOWi. TlUriiSriA Y l'EBKt; AK V 1 ?;. AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M..
Consisting of Bureau;:. Chests of Drawers (Inlaid), Sideboards, Sewing Tables.
Bier Tables. Wardrobe. Tea Tables. Card Tables. Shaving Stands, Chairs. Sofas
(very ha udsotm-), Carved Tester r.ed, Colonial Tester Bed. two magnificent
Spincts'i Writing Desk, Woshslarida, Linen Press. IIa track; Candelabra, Plc? !
tures. Old China and Brie-a*Brae, Andirons, Fenders, Ottomans. Ohl Brass
Candlesticks, etc.
Sale p'ositivC In order K< make a settlement. Good" now in sdora.ee, and
will nol bit on inspection until morning of sale.
Ladies invited lo attend.
fl'UL VALENTINE ALCTIO.N CO.
NEED OF CHANGE !
IN PUBLIC POLICY
Concentration of Control of
Standing Timber in Few
Hands Threatened.
REPORT MADE TO PRESIDENT
Findings of Herbert Knbx Sinitli
Regarding Lumber Industry
of Country.
Washington. ?. C, February 11.? j
Concentration of the control of the.
standing timber Ih a very few hands,
vost speculative holdings "far ih ad?
vance of any use thereof," an enor?
mous Increase in Jim value of "this
diminishing natural resource, with great
pro lit to its owners." bind, incidentally,
"an equally sinister land monopoly"
and a "closely conneoteel railroad dom?
ination"?these arc the Undings repott?
ed to President Taft by Herbert Khox !
Smith. Commissioner of Corporations
In the first Instalment of his long
! awaited report on the lumber industry
I of the country. The report was made
; public to-day, when submitted to Conr
gross by the President, it constitutes
; the "iirst comprehensive and method?
ical investigation of the amount and
j ownership of our standing timber.'*
The report Itself comprises thirty-1
j printed pages, but a summary of It!
contents Is contained in a letter sub- j
! ml? ted by Mr. Smith,
! "There are many great combinations]
j in other Industries," says the commis?
sioner, -'whose formation is complete.!
?In the lumber industry, on the other
hand, the bureau now finds In the mak
; ing o combination caused,/ fundamen?
tally, by a long standing public policy.
? Iii the last forty years concentration 1
'has so proceeded that l'^"> holders, many \
j Interrelated, how have practically I
; one half of the privately owned tint- I
Iber In the Investigation area (which
j contains so per cent, of the whole.) ]
IThis formidable process of concentrn
"tlon in timber and In land certainly
: Involves grave future possibilities ot
impregnable monopolistic conditions,
whose far-reaching consequences to
j society it is now difficult to anticipate
j fully or to overestimate.
[ "The foremost facts shown are: (I)
i'Tho concentration of a dominating con?
trol of our standing timber in a com
. paratlvely few enormous holdings.
! steadily lending toward a central eon-j
trol ot the lumber industry; (2) vast
speculative purchase and holding of
timber laud far in advance of any use
thereof; (ft) an enormous increase in
the value of this diminishing natural
resource, with great profits to its own?
ers. This value, by the very nature
of standing timber, the hohler neither'
created nor substantially enhances.
"These are the underlying facts, of j
temendous significance to. the public
; welfare. They are primarily the ro
; suits of our public land policy, long
continued. The laws that represent
I that policy are still largely operative.
'The past history and present status of
j our standing timber drive home upon
us the imperative necessity of revising
jour public policy for the future man?
agement of all our remaining re
j sources."
j The commissioner then traces thf*
Interval during which timber land
passed from government to privat?
ownership.
Prcacut Coddltlou?;
"There Is now left," he continues, "in
continental United Stales, about 2,200,
000,000 board feet of privately owned j
standing timber, of which 1,717,000,030
is In Ihe 'Investigation ar. covered
In great detail by the bureau. This
area Includes the Pacific Northwest, the
Southern pine region and the Lake
j States,, and contains about SO per cent,
of all the private timber of the coun?
try. Tn addition, there are about .*>:;9,
000,000,000 feet In the national forests
and about 90,000,00),000 feet on other
j non-private lands. Thus the total
amount of standing timber in continen?
tal United States is about 2,S06,O00,OOO;'
000 hoard feet. The present annual
drain upon the supply of saw timber is
?about 50,003,000,000 feet. At this rate,
the limber now standing, without al
j lowanec for growth or decay, would
; last about rifty-ilvo years.
j "The present commercial value of the
J privately owned standing timber In the
country, not including the value of the
laud, is estimated as at least $6,000,?
000.000. Ultimately, the consuming
public will h?vo to pay .such prices for
\ lumber as will give, this timber a lai
I grea t or .value."
j The commissioner declares that three
I holdings alone, the greatest In the
; country?those of the Southern Paciilo
Company, the Weyerhoeuser Timber
Company and the. Northern Pacific Ra.il
rway Company (Including their subsid
? iary companies)?together have 238,
j0^b,??0fO03 fcrt. or nearly 11 per cent.
of all the privately owned timber of tho
; country.
; "In the Soui hern pine region," says
the commissioner, in (akin? up Ihe dc
1 script|.,n of various sections of timber
I laud, "there are 6*14,000,000,000 fcot of
privately owned timber. Concentration
Jin total limber is much less than in the
I Pacific Northwest, There Is, however,
i high concentration in tbe more valu?
able species, long-leaf yellow pine and
cypress. Sixty-seven holders own '?:?<)
i per cent, of the long-leaf yellow pine.
! 2fl per cent. ->f :.ll the cypress, 10 per
cent of lite short-leaf and loblolly pine,
und II per cent, of the hardwood."
Probable ICR'eet.
Coming, then, to ihe probable effect
of litis concentration, the commissioner
i remarks:
"Such cone : ut! .-? tion in standing tim?
ber, if permitted to continue and in
. lease, makes probable a final central
control of the whole lumber industry.
A few strong interests. Ultimately
holding the bulk of the timber, can set
I the price of timber and its products.
"Certain further factors, not exactly
measurable, increase still more the real
concentration. First, a further inter
? '.weaving of Interests, corporate, and
personal, connects a great many holdings
i which tho bureau has treated as Sepa?
rate j ttccpnd, there, are very large to
I taltf of timber so scattered tn small
I tracts through larger holdings thai ih'es
I are substantially 'blocked in' or 'con?
trolled' by the large, holders: third, the
concentration it much higher In the
I more valuable species.
j "Tite iargest holders are cutting
I little of their limber. They thus re?
serve to themselves incalculable profits
Jwhich are still to accrue with tbe
growth of the country, thcdiminlshlng
i of timber supply and die further con
j centration ami control thereof. Many
I of the very men who arc protesting
against, conservation and the national
forest system because of the tying up
of natural resources. ?re themselves
deliberate^ lyjug them up '..<:" more
effectively 'for private s^ln. The fact
'pHE Laundry Bag says:
"A collar with a big crack
in it certainly is not a tiling of
beauty. ^
"The Rag Bag gets it every time,
"Know why collars crack ? Be*
cause ravelings from the raw
edges of the intcrlinings get un?
der the irons. yd
"But Corliss-Coon Collars are
different. Cracks don't run in
their family. Their interlinings
have no raw edges, being bound
with an "overcast stitch.'
No ravelings, no cracking. 4
"That's one reason why these
collars hold the record for tiripj
to the laundry."
Hand
Made
7 for75*
that mature timber la thus withheld
from use Is clear evidence that great
additional pro 11 is are expected to ac?
crue through further increase in value
Standing timber is not the only Ques?
tion. When the timber has been cut
the land remains. There has been Cre?
ated, therefore, not only the frame,
work of an enormous timber monopoly,
but also an equally sinister land con?
centration in extensive, sections. In?
volving also a great wealth in min?
erals."
CREATES SENSATION.
Judge Iinln Discharges Grnnd ,Inrj
Which iDvcuUgntcd AllcKcd Frauds.
I Special to The Times Dispatch.]
Portsmouth, Vru, February 14,?Dis?
charging the grand Jury and declaring
that be would summons a grand jury
who would find cause for indicting the
election judges of the August Demo?
cratic primary for a Second District
congressional nominee, Judge Bain, of
the Hustings Court, created a profound
sensation to-day.
When th? grand Jury returned to tho
courtroom this morning und report?
ed "no trUa bill" against' the Judge.*
said to have been involved in the
frauds in this city, Judge Bain or?
dered then) to retire, ana again con?
sider tlio cases, not being satislled with
the report.
loiter they returned and made tin*
same report. It was then that the
court showed anger, orderet! their dis?
charge, and announced that he would
call another grand" jury to consider
the cases.
ARED WOMAN* FALLS DEAD.
at
Expires In Corridor of City Halt
Winobentcr.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch. 1
Winchester, Va? February 14.?While
about to enter iho City Hall auditorium
to-night to attend midwinter recital
of Fort Loudoun Seminary, at which
her granddaughter Is a student, Mrs.
Hannah Hummige Smith was seized
with an attack of heart disease and
expir 1 in the main corridor. She was
seventy-four years old, a native of
New Jersey, the widow of German
Smith, who was a wealthy bark ex?
porter, and leaves one son, German
Smith, of Winchester.
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INSECT POWDER
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Moths. Roaches kill thonsands &nnn
nllj-. Keen them nway. Maurer'? Pow?
der is rertnin death to all Insects. They
Inhale It and die.
t'sed ?2 years. Ntter falls, 10>. p.nd
26n limes. Alt riruirtrtsts. Insist on
Monrrr's.
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1
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Richmond, Va.
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