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Want ?d. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD
when paid in advance. No Ad.
taken for /ess than TEN
CENTS. _
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY
RIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
ROR B USJNESS CON
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 /or.
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
3Lo?tjanJD^jromtb.
l/j.^^ATUHrjAV AKT KK N OO'n'
February Dth. on Threo-Chopt Road,1
. near Mr. Uadeiiock'?. an English \
hound (whlto ami tan bitch): our i
name on collar. Answers to name of |
lJutohcEB. Reward If returned to
kennels. Illo Vista. DJS ISP RUN
HUNT CLUB.__. ]
tp?l\ IiADY'3 SMALL POCICBTBOOKJ I
soft black leather, about three inches '
Ion?, containing slightly over (4.50. ;
Keward of $2.25 /or return to Times- i
, Dlt>patch Office._''__
BO'STy;oVf WESTBOUND (BROAD AND '
Main; street car yesterday morning, ?
? Bilk umbrella with silver cap on han
: die. Initials F. W. M. Reward It.
returned. 'Phono Monroe 2007.
?tyup u><aanieo. iiiau
>V"ANTl?U^A'~ii?&i?TK 1 tEj) /ASS 1HT
ttnt druggist at once. Apply Box
"07. Hampton._Vn._
YUUNO MEN WANTED TO learn*
the automobile business; the best
paid of any outdoor calling; short
hours and good pay. Vau can be
eomo competent, suid sccuro a posi?
tion b> taking a course at our prac?
tical school. Every competent grad?
uate placed at once. You can puy
a part down, and the balance when
you are placed in *l position. Day or
night Instruction. Actual practice
oh modern i-ir:<. Our mechanical in
m ruction a specialty. Call or write
NATIONAL AUTOMOBIL!-'. SCHOOL;
11 Wf.nl Main, near .Iclft.rron Hotel.
IVANTED, AT ONCE, A GOOD NON
union linotype operator! state salary
wanted nhd experience. Address
Drawer Winston-Salem, N< C.
WANTED, AN EXPER1 BNCED! BOOIC
keeper Appl} ROYAL'LAUNDRY. ,
COLO I i ED M EN" become TJIIAUF -
feur.-!; dav or night southern
auto SCHOOL. IE) Brook, Avenue.
GOVE KNMENT EM PLOY ES WANTED
?Send postal for Richmond cxarrih
nutldn schedule FRANKLIN IN8TD
TUte. Dep'L ,3$2 D, Rbchfcstor. N. _Y.
RAILWAY* MAIL CLERICS WANTED?
Average salary; $1,100. Alternate
weeks off with full pay. Preparation
free lor coming Richmond . ml na?
tions. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
J_" ?'' LJ5?S"i ?- '{ochester. N. Y._
WANTED. A GOOD AD MAN AND A
Linotype operator: non-union, .steady j
(position for right men; no shifters,
'wanted. State salary expected, ability, j
etc.: references required. Address
.Box 24, Salem Station, Wlnston-Salem.
N. C._
\VANTED, FLORIST; ROSE OR CAR
nation grower or pot plant man;
married preferred; Moat be capa?
ble. Good wages; permanent post
tlon. with or without dwelling, i-.
FALLON,,. Roanoke,; Va. _
WANTED,' WHITE FARM HAND Ex?
perienced !n plowing and seeding:
staui wages wanted; W- A. YORK.
Shady Grove Stock Farm, Clayville,
Va._
Wanted, young men of good
character to barn tho auto/nobilo
business. We must have between
fifty and severity-live men for our
factory connections within the hext
throo months, and we will allow men !
who can furnish reference to pay a
part of the rott of learning out of
their first month':, salary. For full
Information call on MR. C. W. YEA
MANS. '.'IS West Broad; Richmond.
Va., or address SECRETARY'. lf'05
Fourteenth street, n. W.. washing
ton. p. C.
WANTED; -'YOUNG M AN WJ iO. CAN
invest in paying proposition; for of?
fice work. Addrssa a .'76. care Tirnes
Dlspatch.
WANTED, FOR U. s. ARMy. ABLE
bodied, unmarried men. between ages
of IS and 35: citizens of United States.
Of good character and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read and writo Ui?
English language For information ap?
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 820 East
Bfoad St., Richmond. Va.; 151 Sycamore
St . Petersburg. Va. or Columbia Build*
lug. Oranhy St.. Norfolk. Va.
2E>uuartnns o Minima, ^xiaic.
DOUBLE JSNTrifY " R < ? o K K ?EP V- R
Wants position by March first; good
referepces; good reasons for chang?
ing. Address F C02. cure Times-Dla
patch.
wante D, pos I tTon uv" young MAN
stenographer and bookkeeper: beat
reference. 'Phone 519 Madison._
Help Wmtzb, Jfemale.
V,\\NTJ-nX jC^t^BST^CLASS'" WOMAN
stenographer; must be fast and ac?
curate. TURNBULL & TURN BULL.
Law renco vlllc. Va.
jWANTEd7~A~YOUNG ~LADY"STENOG
rapher, Co to 2f> years old and ex?
perienced: must write good hand and
tiring best references. Apply FOOT?
ER'S DYE WORKS, 21*J North
First Street.
WANTED, LADY OF GOOD ADDRESS
to solicit in city; no books, etc., to
soli; pleasant position. Address *A
520.. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, A LADY STENOGRAPHlSR
and clerk: must be quick and ac?
curate, and write a good hand. (Un?
derwood machine used.) 'Give refer?
ences ?and stale salary expected, Ad?
dress A 515, care Times-Dispatch.
.WANTED, A NEAT~ INDUSTRIOUS
white woman as working house?
keeper fpr a family of seven?tour
adults ami three children. Address
'201 South Third Street.
WVA>N;T IS D, FIRST-CLASS WOMAJ*
stenographer from March 1, for aa
out-of-town position. State age, ex?
perience, qualifications and salary
expected. Address E 254, care Tlmes
Dispatch.
gnttmttona <Manteb, JFtmt?t7
S\T ANTED, BY A YOUNGVrliADY, X
position as office assistant or cashier:
can furnish best of references. Ad?
dress E 646, care. Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, BY . A . Y'OUNG<"LADY: OV
experience, a position as stenog?
rapher; can also aid in bookkeeping.
For Information writo MISS ELLA
HARRIS. Faber. V*. _
WANTED. POSPfI?N^TN ^PRIVATE
homo to teach English and music.
For further information apply to O.
MARNIX. Cnppahosic. Vn._
iritsroiT?r, SUNNY ROOM: SIJC?ND
.-Jtory, convenient to bath; private
f?mlly. Apply No. 202 South Third
Street.
Il7\"NbSQME, 1 NEWLY FURNISHED
front room. Apply 500 East Leigh:
?CLEAN, NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS*
Phone . Madison 2200-J. Transients.
Dermancnt; baths; central; THE
WELLINGTON, 014 East Clay Street.
Iv'AN^'ED'rA^RtMTM^lN TH?"BUstNl-JSS'
section, near bath, with telephone.
Addr/;ss P. 11.." euro Tiuica-Dis
puivh,, staling terms.
?fenlicttors anb fealfgrtun.
Vv^-teRT j^y KFrXTSTTigH>;d nfiKC
estate firm of high standing, a city
salesman of experience; one who
ran ?otnmarid some- business pre?
ferred. Address A 610, care Times
Dispatch.
YOU It RENT "ACCOUNT~~ PfTiCciCD
?with N. W. BOWK & SON insures
best results, y
iktal estate for Bent^
wk'uan"plka.sT; "you : piust^ca?fi
to wee us if you wish to buy. sell,
n iit or Insure! D. N. WALKER "~
CO., Ueul Estato and Insurance, No.
1. Mutual Building (entrance corner
XIntb und Main)._
L> a I It Y fa R M. I IK RMITA O E ROAD,
tlvo miles from Richmond. ARCADIA,
Dumbarton, Va.
f'OiV RENT, ?N;E;NINlTTiOOM HOUSEi
possession April 1st. Stop 15, Seven
IMno3 Crir Line.? J. L. & A. C. MIL?
DER. Stop 17, S?ven Tinea Car Line.
It. I?'. D. No. 3, City.
*veal C?tate tor *?>ale.
FOl t SALE,'. FLOYD/, A YEN u E v AN D
Main Street lota, near the Soldier*'
Home, Madison 1467.
32,710,000 ACRES OF TIMBER FOR
.?ale. This timber lays south of the
Potomac River; and east of the
Mississippi River. It is in tracts from
2,000 acres to 30,000.000 acres. Each
tract is separate. P. J. BERKELEY,
Amelia a U,Va._
NINE-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, CEN
trul. near park; south of Broad;
must sfdl Quick. Address A S31t
care Time.?-Dispatch.
YOUR ? RENT ACCOUNT PDaTTkD
with N. \V. BOWE & SON insures
beat results.
FOR SALE. POULTRY FARM, ;FUR
riiture,und stock. Box 24, lt. F- D. No.
3, South Richmond. Vu.
wk <: An F?LEASE "y?T;T FI MST CALL
tu see us if you wish to buv, sell
rent or insure. D. N. WALKER &
co.. Real Estate and Insurance, No.
1. Mutual Building (cntrancu corner
_Ninth and Main). _ _
FARMS i AND TIMBER': JLAKDS; 'OUR
now catalogue contains 400 farms
und timber lands; best bargains in
I Virginia. I pay your railroad fare.
I WTito for fret. catalogue. Address
J. R. SLAM, Dox 267, Charlottcsvlll?,
FARM. CATALOGUE 1 Ol I NOW
ready, containing a complete list of
Virginia farms for sab-. AMOS
POIN DEXTER. 1110 East Main
Street.
A NIC E LITTLE ' 4 * ROOM ?; .COTT AO E
and ! 1-2 acres of land; good shade
nn'l water; 2 squares of car Stdpi
near Lakcsido Park, tn the very best
neighborhood. A fine place to raise
chickens and children; Be quisle or
you will lose this opportunity,
I ?! 5 00. AMOS POINDEXTER, 1110
! Esst Main._
32,716,606 ACRES TIMBER, ADVER
tised in The Times-Dispatch . Feb?
ruary 11 tli. means th-u this much
timber has been recently listed with
me for sale. Idle inquiries will be
unnoticed as far as possible P. J.
13 E REELEY. 'Amella C. 11.. Va._
I 11 UNDRlBD A < m ES; B EST B AT! ? A IN
I northwest oi Richmond; Address C
, ..:<2, care Tlmcs-Dlspatch.
FOR SALE. ? Qi ACRES; MOSTLY' IN
good cordwood timber, three-fourths
i die west of Stop U'J. Chester, oh the
t. .t W. and Seaboard Railways.
Corho and net- me. or address C E
HAWKINS, Chester. Va.
FOR SALE, TII REE BEAUTIFUL
homes; located In Burkevlllc. Va.;
climate delightful and healthful: IS
passenger trains daily in oil direc?
tions; site of homes most desirable
in the town. Three, churches and
a high schooi. besides manufacturing
interests. Terms easy. Ideal homes
for drummers. For information
write. t. O. SANDY. Burkevilie. Va.
j ?
iSoartjinrr.
f\VO" FiTrnTsiIKD ROOMS. WITH
bath, for two gentlemen, with board,
In private family. Address A 517,
care Tlmcs-Dlspatch.
WANTED; BOA RDERS FOR NIC E,
large, heated rooms. Apply ios East
Grace.
PRIVATE;FAMILY; P.ESIRES THREE
boarders; large front room and hall
room. "Phone Madison 306.-J; PIT
V/est Main. _
WHEN" YOU COME "TO RICHMOND
stop whore you can get a nice, clean,
comfortable bed for 50 cents; special
attention to ladies traveling alone.
1002 East Clay._
DESTRABL'B FRONT ROOM, 312 SOUTH
Third; also single room; heated;
table bourd a specialty.
N ICE < ROOMS! AYITH TABLE ABOARD;
nt 317 East Franklin._
ROOMSJ vy^ITH;iBOARD. MRS. SMITH.
301 East Grace street.
MRS. CMAS. K. BoTveTrS.-H5 EAST'
Franklin! handsomely appointed
rooms, with board; large, well-ven?
tilated dining room; opening on Sec?
ond Street. Meals by day or woek.
:JBoarb l^ante?. ^
Wanted^ ky^^c;iTntle m"a n, wife
and daughter, two well furnished
rooms, with board, in private-family:
Giliter Pork or extreme West End
preferred. Glvo terms and describe
rooms. Address A 511, care Times
Dispatch;
HUMAjf^IAIR iiOUGrfT-"~Aj5D Sollb'
at HUQHBS'S. 209 North Third.
ladies. give the order for
your spring suit now. as 1
accept only as many orders
as 1 can finish with credit
to myself and satisfaction
to my customers. 1 have in
all of the newest materials
in a variet?t of colors and
shades for the spring. also
the latest in styles sent di?
rectly from the fashion
centres of the world. ! i.
lewis, ladies', tailor; 202 n.
first street. phone monroe
2CG5.
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & 80N insures
bost results.
NOW IS THE TIME TO. HAVE .YOUR
automobile painted for spring. Trio
best work at R. II: BOSHER'S SONS.
15 South Ninth Street.
^u?t?e?? ^.ppoctuimties. "
Your rent " account pi'aced
with N. W. bowe & son insures
best results.
$3,000 TO"^4?W~rs~REQUIRED ~'R>
buy wholesale merchandise business;
large prollt in this line; owner must
leave city on account of sickness
This is a rdro opportunity. Located
in Norfolk, Va. Address e. DE
MARTIN, 2S Plume Street, Norfolk,
Va._
PARTY WISHING TO CHANGEDL?NE
of business would like to communi?
cate'with party in Al business with
prospect of purchasing interest in
same; must bear close Inspection
Address J. care Box 82. City.
WANTED.' PARTY ~WTtTi~SMALL CAP
1TAL TO INVEST IN A BUSINESS
THAT IF PROPERLY HANDLED
WILL MAKE FROM 3,"..0t?0 -TO $10..
000 PER YEAR. ONLY PARTIES
. WITH CAPITAL AND REPUTATION
NEED APPLY; ADDRESS SOUTH?
ERN EXTRACT & REFINING CO.,
.1ACKSONVILLF.. FLA. _ .
, WHiVCANiilREPAIR ~YOur iVU/r?MO
i bile springs, body, top, cushions,
wheels ami paint in the finest man?
ner. It. M. UOSIIBR'S SONS, 15 S.
i Ninth Street.
What dining function"
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S ITZZLEi
Tnplr.
Jfor ?>aU.__I_
V6\\^XC^2i)Q^)^6Ch BRICKS IN
lots of 5,000, and up. for 50 per l.OOo.
on Sixth Street, i'hono Madison 1852.
W. DA VIS ?fc 111 <O._
WE j i A V E BARGAINS IN St'COND
hand wagons Und buggies. These are
vehicles that were taken In ex?
change, and must be sold at a saeri
llcp to make room for new spring
stock coming in. Prices front 515 to
S"'f>- , A. M EY Klt'S SONS. _
FOR WAGONS. GO TO RICHARDSON
BROS , t?i, Rrook Avenue.
FOR SALE, WI NT Eli" OA TS . PRESEN T
price. CO cents per bushel. Sample
at 1111 East Main Street. LEWIS
t '.INTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY. _
OLD-TIM E ANTIQUE MIRRORS AT
a sacrifice price to be sold at I53-I
East Main St red. S. J. LQNDON/f '
THE' BIHSTO W-WORSHAM CO;; l-i3fi
East Main Street, not the oldest or
the largest, but we have the. goods
'and prices. We are offering this
-vr.ck a car of special business bug?
gies. They possess quality; are spe?
cially designed for comfort and con?
venient. Look them over.
WE ARE OFFERING THE LATEST
style storm buggies on the market.
WE ARE OFFERING TWO SETS OF
heavy d?uble-truck harness at re?
duced prices.
W E ARE offering ONE SINGLE
second-hand farm wagon cheap. THE
BRIST?W ?'WORSHAM CO., UZ? E.
Main Street._'_
FOR SALE. SIX-FOOT STANDING i
desk, with Mo<d, In good condition, j
at No. 600 East Main Street.
PRINTING OFFICE FOR S?1 ,E
cheap: nut sc.;l. Apply 122r. Chaflln
Street.
ONE RUBBER TIRE RUNABOUT, t.'tO;
one rubber-tire top buggy, $60; one
Surrey. *7r>; two top wagons. pjy and
?85; two open wagons, $35 and $6".;
one single truck one double truck.
Terms reasonable. THOS. H; DUKE
CO.. so4_Brook Ave._
FOR SALE. one SINGLE TRUCK,
nrst-closs condition. Apply at No. 2
West Clay Street.
now j IS THE TIM E (THE PiJ?5e7"?T
Meyer's Sons'. 721 East Gary) to pur?
chase your bu?"*y, runabout, surrey
or wagon at the old winter prices.
Good weather will he her?? soon, and
then the pries will advance. a.
_MBYE_RS SONs_
LUMBER. 'LaTHS. SHEfGLES. HASTi"
blinds, doors. WOODWARD Sr. SON,
Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va._
FINEST AUTOMOBILE c, PAINTING
done at r. H. BOSHER'S sons. 15
j South Ninth Street._
_7p??nt??7 ~_
S Efg'pls^ of
of e/ery description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1322 E.
_ Cary St._,J_hpne Madison .1526._
WANTED. at ONCE. GOOH' SECOND
hand range or stove; must be in
good order, shipped subject to ex?
amination'; price low; give size oven
and full description with cut. Ad?
dress Box Randolph. Va.
h_eTrs-T"f~w?rnfTr T?xks.?the
next of kin of Warner Jones (col?
ored), deceased, late of Caroline
oounty, V.. . will find it to their ad?
vantage to communicate with T. D
FIN LETTER, Hh) South Perin Square,
_I'hiladelphia. Pa. _
WHAT 11 ave ?' YOU for SALE ? DO
yon want to sell your business or.
part interest? We will rind tho cus- '
totner. r S, ELLYSON & CO.. Sales'
Agents. 2s Norlh Ninth._
WANTED." TO BUY FOK CASH; HOUSE
hold'goods In any quantity. * Phon?
Mndtsop rtSRL_
jr>ni:"-s:??^>fi (lii? v.tpe ??ioflt.
: eggs: "'Et;? ?.s':--fo*i;:""*'saV.e. "sin^gle?
comb white Leghorn eggs SI per
ONE FAMILY COMBINATION FAMILY
horse; work in any harness, uoii ??.
>?r single, absolutely gentle and
sound; fearless: dark bay, nine years
old._T. G. pool. Yirgilina. Va.
FOR sari;. ONE FINE MARE,
weichs twelve or thirteen hundred
?pounds: gentle. woiits anywhere.
Price. $115* Apply to POSTMASTER.
Huguenot, Va.
for * SALE. R.\: C;: BROWN j'LEGH?RN
and r. c. White Wyandotte cocker?
els; pure, strain. Aply lb mrs. O. B.
?TAYLOR. Sa hot, Va.
SHOATSr AND JERUSALEM ARTI
chokes. ARCADIA STOCK FARM.
Dumber ton, v?.
EGGS FOR . ; ; SALE?SINGLE-COMB
White Leghorn eggs for setting, brio
dollar for 15. from line stock care?
fully mated. CHESTNUT' HILL
POULTRY YARD. Richmond. Va.
'Phone Madison 7,33.6.
F?Ti' sali;." or"' exchange';"" NICE
young setter dog and coaster-brake
bicycle, either for good cook stove,
thorough-bred pigs, leghorn piiilcts
or high-grade Jersey or Holstein
heifer. Address Box 8, Randolph. Vil
WANTED, ^0?: BU Y!A>GOpD, STR?iNG
horse for farm work. Address WEB?
STER, s00 West Marshall Street. City.
I ;i I AVE : SOME VERY fTnI5 li V ER
oolored English pointers for sale.
They arc beauties. Write for In
formatibn. CM as. ATKINSON, Mos
ley's .1 unction. Va._
th e tioa urn v?f""tfcia^Nor ri Ts:
offered by Italian Ball. January 5;
1911. will* please call at Mr. PAUL
VALDRIGIIl's, 100 West Broad, for
prize.
NEW~y011K~SHOE SHINE AND ?AT
Cleaning removed from s10 East
Main to 726 East Main. Separate
room for lad icy. _
WANTED, Tl iii" "PUB. ~z TO KNOW
that Jahnke Bros.. Jewelers. 913
East Main trcet. buy. sell, cx
change and remount diamonds to
the latest styles. Old gold and sil?
ver taken In exchange
R. S. ELLYSON & CO.. COLLECTION
Agency. 2S North Ninth. Bills col?
lected promptly in and out the city;
youi? Rent .account^ placed
With N. ? W. BOWE SON Insn. ?3
best results.
J Suif^nb Notices. J
TH e " RO.\ RI>" OK DIR EafplfS of 'THE*
D. R. Midyuttb Company, Incorpo?
rated, have declart/d the regular
quarterly dlvldepcl of. one {if/o) per
cent., payable February 2Sth, 191l'
to holders of record February K.lli,
1911, of "Its participating gold bonds
This dividend Is in addition to the
six (6<;", ) per cent, coupon attached I
to the bonds.
C, G. WALLACE.
Sccrolury.
Coal antJ 33Boo?.
iYf?K?KY^Stb'VK AV?OD. '~~ j
DO YOU WANT A DO AD OF TIIK
best hickory wood in the city cut
to .stove lengths? Vdu can get it 1
by 'phoning your Order to Mudison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIH
> OINIA-NORTII CAROLINA WHEELI
v, (COMPANY._:
LONG'S WOOD !S EXACTLY LIKE ALU!
good, dry. heating wood?It lasts, and j
your work kocs on smoother. His !
?'?>al makes ashes after it burns. '
MauMaon 1009 'and 107;) _!
PHONE US YOUR ?ROBris FOR
wood and coal of quality. Wo ttr?
here to please- you. Madison 0008.
NUKTIISIDF WOOD A N11 COAL CO., i
(jfX) North Sixth Street. _ i
best ?utomomle painting done
ut R ii. BOSHER'S SONS. 15 South i
Nlntii Street.
.jrtjli?CEllaneaug.
f SAFES
TJ?.E M?SLER SAFE COMPANY BANK
safes, the ManKantsc Screw -door and
Corlcas, lire "nd burglar proof.Vaults,
iire proof safes, etc. Address tor
catalogue and estimates, g. T. '?
(-'HALLE, Agent for Virginia and i
i North Carolina. Blackstone, Va. I
! HAULING.
IF YOU WANT YOUR HAULING DONE
quickly and promptly at any hour. 1
niglit or day, call EPPS, the Hauler. I
I Phone Madison 1851; night, Madi?on
6703-L. Wagons furnished by yearly
contract.
MATTRfirSSES.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES. REM ADS)
now; sanitary methods use)l; reliable
work. SYDNOR &? HUNDLEY, ill
East Broad street Madison 3204.
MSHOEP REPAIRING.'
MEN'S SHOES. WHOLE-SOLED, $1; '
half-soled. 75c; ladies', 00c, chll- !
dren's, 40c, and up. according to
size. Every pair sewed; no nails
or p?'gE. Rf-st leather. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 D.
I Main. Phon'-. Monroe 2007. j
WATC U ?R13I?A1R I N 67
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR 1
cleaned by WM. TORI EN, JR.. 1b A
1 guarantee that it 1? done properly, i
Twenty years' expeiic-nce. Cleaning, |
$1; main springs. II. ?0S E-?>* aroart
Street. All work guaranteed.
BAKERY'.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR DRINK -
ard's layer and pound cakes; They
are delicious. DRINK ARD S. 12.5 1-2
N. Sixth._
A LARGE POUND CAKE FOR ;5>5c.: AT
DRINKARD'S, 123 1-2 North Sixth.. I
_- ...._? ._? j
SanUrupt Notices.
j 5?otice"%"~of "fTrVt m Feting'-'of j
CREDITORS.
In the matter of 1 No. ?
, EVERETT f. FAB ER - In
Bankrupt. J Bankruptcy.
! IN THE DISTRICT COURT of THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To the creditors EVERETT F.
Fa her. of Gordohsvllle, In the county
of Orange; and -district aforesaid-?
1 Bankrupt:
Notice.is hereby given that ort the
TTH DAY. OF FEBRUARY*, A. D. 1011.
the 8aid EVERETT F. FA?ER ,was
duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that
1 the first meeting of creditors will
! be held at my office, 04 Chamber of j
Commerce (Ninth and Main Streets). ;
! in Richmond. Va., on the 25TH DAY 1
I OF FEBRUARY, A- D- 1011. at 10
1 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time
I the said creditors may attend, prove
\ their claims, appoint a trustee, e>:- j
I amine the bankrupt, and transact such
I other business a? may properly comu
before said meeting.
C. P. CARDWELL.
Referee in Bankruptcy, '
February 14. in la.
J. KENT RAWLEY,
Attorney for Bankrupt.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST?
ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
In tho matter of | No. C<74.
ALBION D. JACKSON, ,- Ih
Bankrupt. j Bankruptcy.1
ORDER OF NOTICE FOR DISCHARGE,
On this 15th day of February, A. 1?.
1911; on reading the petition, for dis- j
charge of the bankrupt, It is
Ordered by the court, that a hear?
ing bo hau upon the same on
'the 2?TH DAY OF MARCH. A. D.
1011, before ^aid court, at Richmond,
] In said district, lit 12 o'clock noon;
jand that notice thereof be pub
< lisherl in The Times-Disp?lch, a
: newspaper printed in said district,
; and that all known creditors and other
; persons in interest may appear 't tho
! said time and place, and show cause,
I if any they have, why (he prayer <>(
I the said petitioner should aot bo
j -grant ed.
I And it is further ordered by tha
court that the c.h rk shall send by mail
i to all known Creditors copies of said
i petition and this order, addressed to
them at their places of resilience as
si atcd.
Witness the HONORABLE edmund
: WADDILL, JR.. judge of the said court.
land the seal thereof, at Richmond, in
I said district, oti the 15th day of 1'o'n
i ruiu-yj A. D. l!>u.
Attest:
JOSEPH P, BRADY.
Clerk.
i fSeal)
I MR. N. THOMAS MOSBY.
Att?rrioy for Bankrupt.
akeatea proposals).
SEALED ?PIlOI'i 'SALS' Wild,'" BE 11 E - ,
eeived until 12 o'clock SATE i ID a V,
February 25, 1911, to furnish the j
Penitentiary fresh beef during tho
year beginning March 14. 1911. Whole j
fore-quarters weighing not less than i
125 pounds, or rattlers weighing not
less than .85 flounds each, are re- ;
quired. Separate bids must bo sub
mit ted for each, and full-size sam?
ples showing the Kind and quality of
? tits must accompany the bids. De?
liveries to bo made not later than
5:30 A. M. on such days and in such
quantities as the Superintendent
may direct. As a, pledge of good i
faith, the bids must be accompanied
by it certified check for one hundred ;
dollars, which will be returned to the 1
. successful bidder as soon us he exe?
cutes a satisfactory contract,
For further Information apply to
the Superintendent,
By order of the Board of Directors.
J. B, wood,
Sh peri iitender! I.
seaLed ? Bl i rs W i!.i . be : 111?:< ? ei v ed
until iL- o'clock SATURDAY^ Feb?
ruary 25, Ulli, for the Penitentiary
slops during the year beginning
Aprii 1, 1911. The said slops must
he removed from the premises at
regular Intervals at least Hi reo times
a week. The bids to ho accompanied
? by ti certified cheek of one. hundred
dollars, which will be returned to
tho successful bidder when he exe?
cutes u- saiisfnctory 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.
(UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE ?iSu!'
Medicine?-l)fluii*?ry?pii arm ncy.
For session of 1910-M1.
New Building. Perfect equip?
ment. Expetienc.-r*. faculty of eigh?
ty-one, teachers.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS
Open dally Irom 10 A. M. .o ( P. M,
Admission 2&C Frcs on Baturda/a,
Committee Hears Explanations1
of Sundry Plans by
Engineers.
Six ouginccrihjg and contracting (Irina
presented plans lor a reinforced con?
crete bridge over James Hiver to re?
place. Mayp'4 Bridge to a subcommittees
of tiie Council Committee on Streets
last night. All of Utose wild desire to
make a public explanation of their
plan's have now been beard, and the
committee will meet next Monday
night to take the matter up.
Plans of ehe McLean Construction i
Company, of Baltimore, were e.xplulned
by Engineer Wodlfoi The company pre.
sen ted two bids, one of $261,000 and
tho other of j.'.'iL'.i. for a relufo'reeil
concrete arched bridge, both plans
exceeding the proposed limit fixed by
tha committee. Tiny have an arched
span of 130 feet, and u construction
across the Island ot concrete piles and
concrete retaining walls oh piles- The
plans call for iron railing, trolley polos
und lamp posts combined, and for a
roadbed paved with asphalt blocks or
brick, the bridge being complete Horn
north to south shore, and presenting
un attractive appearance.
. Two Local Bidders.
I. J. Smith ,vi Company, of Richmond,
bid on designs furbished by the Con?
crete Steel Engineering Company, of
New York, and the plan.-, were ex
plained by Engineer William Muser. pf
New York. Twenty variations of bids
were proposed. Ute prices running 1 rout
$192,370 to $230,061. The construction
across the island is atr earth till with
retaining walls and approaches. The
i'i-is vary1 as to 'kinds ul paving, lamp
posts and trolley poles. .Provision is
made for ducts, and for gas.and witter
mains, and a reinforced concrete rail?
ing Of ornamental design Is furnished.
H. M. Allport & Sons, of Richmond;
submitted.u Hat bid of $233,018.90. with
S 13.500 extra for furnishing and lay?
ing street railway track. The bid pro?
poses an arch construction on steel
ribs with a span of lls feet, and in?
cludes construction across the island.
Asphalt block paving is provided for
the roadway, with reinforced concrete
railing, provision for duets, and pipes,
lamp posts and'trolley poles, the latter
to he itt the centre of the roadway.
Un 111 in ere I-'irms.
Plans of C. B Clarke & Company,
of Baltimore, were explained by Mr.
Clarke. The company presented one bid
of $179,100,' with certain extras. It
proposes an arch rib construction, tho
floor to bo supported by spandrel col?
umns, with open spandrels, over the
main arch. For the roadway on the
bridge and across the island an item
of $20,650 Is added to the bid. For the
street railway tracks $10,800 Is added.
Tho plans call for concrete railing,
lamp posts and trolley posts, asphalt
block paving, provision for ducts, gas
and water mains.
Plans of the McKay Engineering
Company, of Baltimore were explained
by Engineer w. Whitcomb. The
company submitted one bid of $216,177
for an arch bridge with piers equi?
distant. The construction across the
island is an earth fill, the plans not
showing whether It would be guarded
from overflow by walls or riprapplng.
Several optional forms of paving are
offered, lamp posts and trolley poles
provided, provision made for ducts,
gas and water mains, and for concrete
railing dwelled in spandrel walls.
One Western Bidder.
The last bidder beard was James
Corse, of Racine. Wif., who marie four
proposals?$22:.',4 70, 1215,080, $2U.S20.
?and $213,109?for a reinforced concrete
girder bridge. Provision Is made for
? construction across the island and side
approaches with retaining walls. Tho
span is thirty-six feet eight inches, the
piers kof concrete, the old masonry
abutments to be faced with concrete.
The roadway i? to be paved with as?
phalt or wood hloek on sand cushion.
Provision is made for gas and water
mains, and space left for ducts. Lamp
posts anil trolley posts are provided.
The railway construction is included In
the hid. Reinforced concrete railing is
provided.
Several of those who had submitted
designs failed to respond when their
names were called, but the committee
decided that the public Hearing wa3
i concluded, and on next Monday night
j will proceed to select the design which
it will recommend to the Committee
I on Streets for approval.
Leading Democrat Believes 90
Per Cent. Arc With Martin
and Swanson.
/
??Unreasonable as it may sound4 to
some ears, it Is not mere conjecture,
but sober lieliof. based upon what I
have heard, when I say to you that
were the primary election t.> he held
to-morrow. Senators Martin and Sivan-I
fon would receive the votes of nine out
? >i every ion Democrats in the Ninth
District','! said A. IL Williams, Of
VVytheyille. at Murplry's Hotel last
night. "I have talked with very tnaliy
of the people of tho district, and
believe my figures are not only reu -
suitable, but conservative.
"1 will go oveti further,'' continued
Mr. Williams. "In allowing Mr. Jones
and Mr. (Mass 10 per cent, of the vote
1 am giving them :> per cent, for pos?
sible, surprises. in oilier words, were
the election to bo held now, and were
the result to be on the same basis as
th opinions expressed by the people 1
have geen, Murtin und Swanson would
get !>!.? per cent, of the vote."
Will Bun Together.
Locally, thinks Mr. Williams, the
votes will vary in slight degree, but
ho believes that Martin and Swanson
will receive about an equal number,
taking the district all over. The vote
out there will be immense at the Sep?
tember primary, since all the poslble
voters qualltled for the Stuart- Slemp
light hist year, and the activity of can?
didates for county olliccs* this year will
result in keeping them in line for
voting.
Mr. Vy.jlltaiUs is prominently mention
eel by Iiis friends for the Senate from
the Fifth District; to succeed Senator
A. P. Strother. The hitter is ;i Repub?
lican; put tile district, is now regarded
as safely Democratic. Mr. Williams is
an active party worker, and has been
for years, having been ti leader In the
fight for Mr. Stuart In the late cam?
paign. He has not yet consented Io be
a candidate.
surr INSTITUTED %
Estate of Twelve-Vcni'-Old Boy h'eckft
Dmiinges.
Suit ucj instituted yesterday !n the
City Circuit Court by Henry Clarke, ad?
ministrator of tho estate of Charles
Clarke, for damage.--, in the sum of
56;fl00 against the Virginia Railway and
Powei Company. Charles Clarice, .1
t.welve-y' u'-"l.l boy, was struck by a
si : eei car :4"d killed on September 2$,
1910. on Veu'ablo Street, near Scott
Si reel. [.H
The suit is brought by Attorney Al?
fred K, Cohort, alleging negligence oil
the pari <?!' the mbtorman, the decrurlt
tiou asserting tit?t Iiis attention was
called by a passenger on the from
platform to the boy's attempt to cross
in front Of tho ear, and it was not
until then, according ' to the declara?
tion, 1 hat the }notormun began to
Blacken speed of the car,
otel Sherman
CMcaigo I
Chicago's newest, 1
most beautiful and 1
most conveniently |
located hotel. 1
757 rooms, every |
one with bath and |
distilled ice water. |
Moderate Kates. =
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The Valentino Auction Co., Auctioneers.
61"? East Broad Street.
Colonial Furniture at Auction
In artier to settle a claim against suhp ami all storage and other chargea
neenn d. wo will sell a n umbel of pieces of Rare Colonial Mahogany Furniture,
genuine arlbjucs, at
r Mos by and Vcnable Street, on Oakwood
car line).
NO. TOO MOST-? V STREET (C<
TO-DAY, THURSDAY FEHRUA15 V 10. AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M.,
consisting of Bureaus, Cli
Pier Tables, Wardrobe, Ti
(very handfionie), Carved
-.-?t < ?>?; Drawers (Inlaid). Sideboards, Sewing Tables,
. Tal les. Card Tables. Shaving Stands, Chairs, Sofas
Tester lied, Colonial Tester Bed. two magnificent
Spinets, Writing Desk. Washstunds, Linen Press, Hatrack, Candelabra, Pic?
tures. Old China and Bric-a-Brac, Andirons, Fenders, ottomans, Old Brass
Candlesticks, etc.
Sale, positive in order to make a settlement. Goods now in storage, and
will not be oh inspection until morning of sale.
Ladles Invited to attend.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
ay i lt* in s r v e x t e r. x w e bks.
Newport Company Hrrnkn '
World's Shipbuilding Record.
[Spectill to The Tlmes-Dlsp'atoiv. j
Newport News. Va., February to.?
By completing tho steamship CorozalI
for the New York and Porto Uiean
Steamship Company in seventeen
W.coks, tlie Newport News Shipbuilding
and DrydocR Company to-day broke
the world's record for shipbuilding'
The Cordzal will be delivered to her
owners Saturday. The vessel is a
freight, liner 347 feet long, costing half
a million dollars, and will be employed
on the route between Now- York and
Porto Rico. \
lMTHER richard l. garnr
IN CRITICAL CONDITION
[Special to The. Times-Dispatch. 1
Alexandria, Va., "February 15.?Rev.
Father Richard L. Came, one of the
best known educators in this section
of the country, Is to-night critically
111 at the home of Colonel T. II. Fiek
lin. Rev Father Carne has been ill j
for nearly ti year, and his condition '
to-njght took ? turn for the worse. It I
is hardly thought he will survive much |
longer.
Father Carne Is eighty-four years |
old, and was for forty-five years en- i
gaged in teaching school, being founder
of St. John's Academy. In 1SD2 ,ho
was ordained a Catholic priest. His
first assignment, was assistant pastor
of the Sacred Heart Church. Rich?
mond.
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Turtle Beans
For soup is highly nutritious,
palatably good.
s
504 E. Broad Street.
Monroe 101.
The record uLtlic Kcllant Hospital ia
witliout parallel in history; having cured
to slay cured permanently, without the
use of the knife, over 00 per cent, of the
many Hundreds of sufferers from cance?
which it lias treated during the past fif
itech years of its existence.
We have been endorsed by the Senate
and Legislature of Virginia,
Wfc guarantee our run -.
KELLAM HOSPITAL
1617 W. Main Street, Richmond, Va.
Physicians Treated Free.
Whatever is Host is Safest.
119 East Broad.
LEE FERGUS SON PIANO CO.
WOOD-WOK KING
Department Plant. Biggest of the
kind in the South. Try us.
Table tVIlote Dinner* Saturday
< tmd Sunday evening!*, tt in t) o'clock^
; ?i .50 each.
Richmond, Va.
The most magnincent hbtol in the
South. European plan. Robins Htnglo
and e"h suite, with and without baths.
Spacious' sanVplo rooms.
Rato, $1.60 per day and upward.
Jcttlnntci CitP Resorts;
AND COTTAGES
HOT?L ANO SANATORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Always open. Always ready. Always huprf. *
V. L. YOUNG. Gen'l Manaset
By John T. Goddin ?; Co.,
Real Estate arid Loans,
Rank ami Eleventh Streets.
trustee's Auction sale
op
a vacant lot on reverlt
street. between 13eech AND
linden streets.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
from Robert C. Randolph, dated Jan?
uary ;?, RtlO, to the undersigned trus
tee, an.) recorded in Richmond Chan- .
eery Court In D. B. 205 A. page 240.
default having been made In payment
of the debt secured therein, and being
required by the beneficiary so to do,
tho undersigned will sell at public
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1911.
at 1:30 P. m..
the property described in said deed,
as follows:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land lying and being in tho city of
Richmond, fronting 51 feet S inches
on the north side of Beverly Street,
and beginning thereon 30 feet from the
intersection of Beech Street, and run?
ning thenco along Beverly Street 51
feet S inches, more or less," and ex?
tending back northwardly between
parallel lines MO feet to an alley;
thenco along said alloy and parallel to
Beverly Street 51 feet S inches.
TERMS: Enough in cash ,to pay the
expenses of sale, all taxes that may bo
duo; also a ratable proportion of tnxes
for this year, a note of $9'.00 due July
5. 1010, with interest; a note of $9.00
i due January 5. 1911, with Interest; a
i noto for $300.00. due January 5. 1911.
I with interest, and tho reslduo at ono
I and two years, negotiable notes, in
| torest added, and secured by a deed
I of trust on the property.
w. A. willeroy.
Trustee.
Green & RedcTs
RENT LIST
610 Lamb. S rooms.$360
HIS West Ave., 11, rms., furnished. 000
1122 West Main Street. S rooms.. ISO
1S02 Grove Avenue, 7 rooms...... 400
200S W. Main Street. 9 . rooms-360
2(>2 N. Strawberry Street. 7 rooms 330
1727 Floyd Avenue, 7 rooms. 330
30? S. Rblvldere, 10 rooms. 300
Gl". Beverly Street. 7 rooms. 216
SI 2 S. Randolph Street. 7 rooms, 200
13 North 2&th Street, 7 rooms.. ISO
Cor. West and Wallace Sts., 6 rms., ISO
501 West Grace. 12 rooms. (500
Bcllovu? Apartment, No. 1, 7 rms. 420
1020 W. Mairr St., I rms., 1st flat, 270
3012 E. R' oad St., 5 rms.. 2d tlat.. 200
r?Io N. Fouith St., 3d flat, l rms.. lSu
lOou N. Boulevard, 7 rms., ist tlat. . 200
90S VVi Mailt St.. 2d Hat. 7 rooms.. 450
201! Grove Avenue. 3,1 flat. 3 rms.. 210
306 S.'Bc'.vlderc, 4 rms, 1st flat, 13 50
1514 N. Dickinson, 5 rms., 2d Hat, 9 60
111 Fourth Ave., S rooms.330
'Phone Monroe 2100.
30 N. NINTH STREET._
Apartment for Rent
Unexpired lease on apartment in the
Raleigh, Harrison,and Franklin Streets.
Possession ai once. Apply to
J. NELSON STEELE, jr.,
415 Mutual Building,
or J. D. CARNEAL & SON.
6 North Eleventh St.
OF FI CR
The Virginia Fire and Marine
Insurance Company.
Richmond, Va.. Feb. 7. 1911.
annual MEETING OF STOCKHOLD?
ers.?The regular annual meeting
of Stockholders will bo held at tho
company's oftlcc. No. 1015 East Main
Stielt, Ei ?hinond, Va.. on TUESDAY.
21st Instant, at 12 M. Transfer hooka
will >o closed from February 14 to
February 22, 1911.
wjlijam Hi McCarthy.
Secretary.
TlTlir an nu A l MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Virginia Hot
springs Company, for tin- purpose of
electing directors, and for the trans?
action of such other business as may
lawfully come before the said meet?
ing. Including the approval of all
of the acts of ilv board of directors
ami all committees thereof, of the
said company, in the past year, will
he held at tlie office of the com?
pany, Homestead Hotel. Hot
Springs, Virginia. on TUESDAY}
tho 2Mb day of February. 1911, at
i 3 M. The transfer books will close
Wednesday, February 22. 191.1, at
T". M . and remain closed until 10 A,
M. Wednesday. M uch l, I91L
A. TREWETT; Secretary.
TU E : annualv M E BT INC '?>F THE
stockholders of the E B. Taylor
Company, will be held at the office
of the company, No. toil East Main
Street, Richmond, Va.. TUESDAY,
February 31, toll, at :t P. m.
w. E. HENDERSON,
Socrf-tary.
\ stated" Ct ?MMUNICATIQN'QP
V Lewis Glhter Lodge. A.. F. & A
/VNM.i will bo held THIS EVE?
NING at 7:30 o'clock, in their lodge
room. Members of other lodges cor?
dially invited to moot with us.
Bv order of tho Worshipful Master,
GKO. B. STEEL.
Secretary.
The Confederate Museum
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 9 A- M- TO r> P. M.
ADMISSION 3c. FREE ON aAlUTiDA.TS?

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