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Want Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER WORD
when paid in advance. No Ad.
taken tor less than TEN
CENTS. ,
NO ADS. TAKEN FOR
LESS THAN TWENTY
FIVE CENTS when phoned in
or charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
after 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS CON
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 tor
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
Uo?t an? jf ountL
?6sTr"srNdaY.""on!?;' 1 fi/LT> cuff
link; monogram w. M. F. Call Madi?
son ^imj.
C^v_'.. --?-. .-?_
[WANTED, EXPERT male STENOG
rapher: good pay; send letter giving
particulars of experience and refer?
ences. Address C 'J23, euro Tlnica
Dlspatch.
[WANTED, at ONCE, a FIRST-CLASS
White barber; married man preferred.
Address J. F.. 302 Washington Street,
b'uffolk, Va.
Wanted, two first-class drop
forging die sinkers; steady work;
no labor trouble; highest wages
paid. Apply favette r. PLUJ1U,
IN*.;., Tucker and .James Streets,
Frankford, Philadelphia.
;W anted, YOUNgTmEN TO attend
our automobile school; day and night
instructions; and facilities unexcelled.
Wc teach you both practice and
theory. No correspondence course,
but by actual shop and road work.
Cull and let us talk it over. rich?
MOND AUTOMOBILE school. 018
yVest Broad.
WANTED* ' ~n'.<:-:-r'.m. LINOTYPE
machinist-operator. Address LINO?
TYPE,,-can- Time: -dj patch
t?uno MEN OF Til E V ERY IIIG 11 -
est calibre. Ilrst-class nerve, and very
ueist i?? references to become a via?
tors; once competent you can earn
large uums; the best paid of all pur?
suit;;, thousands paid for*a few mo?
ment/ in the air. We give you full
instructions. \Ve also have a i.rhool
for chauffeurs. NATIONAL avia?
TION AND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL.
U West Main.
SALESMAN. WELL Dl i ES'sk d" " 1 it* ST
ler of good habits, to travel with
manager; leave town to-dny. Call
'j to n, H. H. BAUS HER, Murphy's
_ Hotel.
GO V iii I'! n 3d E N' Y e MPLOYE S " W a nt ED
?Send postal for Richmond exami?
nation schedule. FRANK LIN INSTI
.; TUTE. Pep't, 382 d. Rod est -r r. Y.
RAILWAY mail clerks WAn'TED
Averagc salary, Jl.i'iO. Alternate
weeks off with full pay. Preparation
free for coming Richmond examina?
tions. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE.
Dep t. rss:: D,:. IloohsBtor. n; Y. _
5^nted,' FLORIST; rose or CAR
nation grower or pot plant, man;
mart led preferred Must be capa?
ble. Good wages; permanent posi?
tion, with or without dwelling. F.
FALLON. Roanoke, Va.
Wanted, for u, & army. ?iIleT
bodied, unmarrlrd men., between ages
at 18 and 35: citizens of United States.
f?f good character and temperate hab?
its, who can speak, read and write the
English language For information ap?
ply to RECRUITING office, 620 East
Broad St., Richmond, Va.; 151 Sycamore
Ft.. Petersburg. Va. or Columbia Build
It.g. Qranby St.. Norfolk. Va.
YOUNG MEN AS CHAUFFEURS earn
$100 to 515!} per month. nnd ivo
place every graduate ?s soon as cotri
peteut. Ours is not n cheap, but a
thorough school. Either day or
nigh! Wc instruct on modern four
cylinder cars. Our school Is the re?
mit of ten years' experience, and if
you want the best practical training,
you must come to us. Pay a part
down, the balance when yon get a
position. NATION A L AUTOMOBILE
SCHOOL. H West Main, near Jcf-j
f< rson Hotel.
6??THl3RN~ ~ ?CTt i SClTopL.'- 413
Brook Avenue, for colored students,
? ither day or night. Part payments;
posit ion?; secured.
Situations 'dViiLiHtrn, ^tafci
?*fftj atT?n1AVANCE1 ? BY icr.Lla?<LK
German, who speaks English well, a
position as florist, uardener or gen:
eral laborer among shrubbery; can
furnish best references. Address B
914, care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, POSIT1 ON" TRAVELING,
salesman by young man with some
experience; can furnish good refer
t rices ; would consider proposition as
salesman In retail business. Address
t: *>07. care Times- DJ spatch.
bt enog RA pi I ER. EXPERIENCED. IN
law and otlice work, wants position
with law or real estate firm. Reply
I? f'11 cave Tlmea-Dlspatch.
DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK K e EPE R
wants Position by March first; good
references; good reasons for chang?
ing. Address F 602, care Tiuie^-Dls
patch.
W a" NT ED;; POSIT R )N AS M AN ?" ?ER
on farm; thoroughly understands
farming and fttock raising. No. i
references. Address MANAGER, Gor
donsville, Va.
REGISTERED DRUGGIST WANTsVo"
sltlon at once. Address B 540, care
Tithes-Dispatch.
i??clp f?lifinteo, Jfcmate.
,W*VANT~E D, Fl RSTrCIiASS;; ' WO?lA?!
stenographer from March 1, for ao
out-of-town position. State age. ex?
perience, qualification:; and salary
o>.pecied Address E -'?" !. care Times
Dispatch. _ _
VYA nt ed*! a "i : ??d ?' "fio k : 1; EF EI i
enccs rerjuired; steam healed room
on place. Apply in person 2105
Grove Avenue.
wanted, good. e*x p e r i e n g n p
nurse. Apply 500 West Franklin
* Street.
?utuationg, Profesfsfional.
avYOf:ng 'LAI "'YrWlTl-i FIR st Gi:.\ D1 j
certilicate, desires to teach a private
school or unexplred term of public,
school; references exchangod. Ad?
dress TEACHER, care Postmaster,
Pearch, Va.
SZatfttss.
NEVV' york pji'ol "'S111NE ?nd H AT
Cleaning removed from blO East
Main to 726 East Main. Soparate
room for ladles.
WANTED. TKi?~i7?lT.~ TO KNOW
that .fahnke Bros., Jewelers. 'JlJ
East Main ' treet, buy, sell, tsx
change ated remount dlantonds is
the latest styles. Old gold and sil?
ver taken In oxebahga.
a TABlk~A>:P~M Er-T^cTn ai."AVA",'ER
without a peer?live gallons fo^ 2?c..
delivered?Holly Springs I.lthia
Water Phone. Mor.roo
&t ??- -^'i ?
lTtlflft! " E&fi?l-~tfblk' s? f.Kf ^SINGLE^
comb Wiuto Loghorn eggs, $1 per
sotting- "Of T~s; Indian Runner duck
<>8ga, $1 Per setting of 11. W. M.
M1LAM. );. i-'. I?. No. 1. Cltyi
FOR SALE. .^fNGLE COMB WHITE
Leghorn eggs; Wyckoft! strain; 75.
for 15; 851.50 per hundred: fertility
guaranteed. E. P. SOUTHV.rARd, R.
F. d. No- -5. Riehmond, Va. Phone
Madison 5S73rR..
eggs F??" s? LiT-~Sl N t nVi j^C? Mil
White Leghorn egg^i for setting, one
dollar for 15. from fine, stock care?
fully mated. CHESTNUT HILL
rOULTRY yard. Richrhbritl, V?;
?Pboxiu Madiaou 73.16.
DAILY PUZZLES
What kind of light? *
ANSWER TO YBSTEHOA VS 1 L'7,ZLBi
Locket.
:1foc &>ale.
XntiqIj?\v a R?e'ubes iN~"7??s1yr
wood, mahogany, walnut and oak, at
sacrlllce prices at s. J. LONDON'S,
!.'?" t .Cur: Main Street
W J 3 i IA V B SBS' B 1-i'A l7 SEGONO-HAND
buggies and wagons; bargains. Every
one of thoih to be sold to make, room
;or spring stock coming In. A
MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Gary.
FOR sale, \\ INTEL OATS; PRESENT
price. GO cents per bushel. Sample
at 1111 Last Main Streets LEWIS
0INTER LAND AND IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY.
ALASKA : REFRIGERATORS, SECOND
hand, for grocers. They are large
and In good condition] also several I
cashier's desks and long showcases. !
For bargains see S- J. LONDON. IT S I i
Bait Main Street.
?H5''ON 15 - IIA N D t;t A L ANTE ED M A -
chlnery of every description. Includ?
ing boilers, engines; sawmills, wood?
working machinery, shafting, hah- j
gers pulleys and belting. I. LLC -
FORD & CO.. 1533 East Gary.;Street;
OL D.-TIM E ANTIQUE ; MIRRORS at
a sacrifice price to be sold at 1521
East Main Street, s. .1. LONDON.
FOR SALE. CME?Tf, G( ? -I > CO~MBIXA
tion bookcascD and writing desks;
a largo bookcase, several (secretaries
In walnut and oak. Call at F. L
LONDON'S, 1521 Fast Main St t ee*
You must sec them to appreciate Its
value.
T!IE "VEiflCLBS WE OFFER ARE
good. dependable goods. with a !
strong guarantee of a strong con- |
corn behind them. Complete line of j
buggies; traps trucks, wagons, etc.
_A. MEYER's sons 731 Ea:-t Cary.
1 HAVE SEVERAL OLD-TIME HALL
racks, In all sizes, hand-made and j
hand carved, in walnut and oak Ele?
gant black walnut bedroom suit,
with wardrobe, beautiful carvings,
at a sacrifice. S. J. LONDON. 1531
East Main Street.
FOR WAGONS, GO TO RICHARDSON
BROS. CIS Brook Avenue.
i&us'incs? ?^ppavninitie?.
!b'.?'>-> TO* is RECfl I RED" TO
buy v. iioli'-lsJUc merchandise business;
large protit'ln this line, owner must
leave city on account of sickness;
tlila la ? ;.>:?. opportunity; located in
Norfolk, Va. Address E. dp: MAR?
TIN "S Plume Street, Norfolk. Va.
??NKLLN^^ OPPORTUN -
Ity for man controlling some capital
to lead in organization and manage?
ment of new bank in small city;
souhdj conservative proposition. Ad?
dress R 550, care Times-Dispatch.
i WANTED, TO GET INTO COMMUNI-i
ration with some men of means
who would be willing to invest their
capital against eNperience in a weii
pnying ettterpri.se. Address j_ 07,
care Times-Dispatch. j
Silts ciiAS. K. iBpWERS. illS vEAST
Franklin. handsomely appointed
rooms, with board; large, well-vcri
,.. t Hated dti.ina room: opening on Sec?
ond Streets Meals by day or week.
WANTE D; 1 :? >A ill ?ERS FOR "~N ICE;
large, heated rooms. Apply 1"3 East!
Gr a ? '. !
"BoarbtMantco.
i TWO 1 V RN IS ULI' "r.i'O.MS. " WITH
I 'oath, for two gentlemen, with board,:
in private family. Address A 517,
ehre Titties-Dispatch.
&orjm? for iAeitf.
I i f] \N1S HEi?""RCiOMS" ??<.?!< G19NTIiE
men. Apply st GS East Grace Street,
FIJRNISimD IPe-MS FOR GENTLE"
men. t<> to J10 per month: both, hot
tyatetv Ap'plv C.oj West Main Sue-;.
M RS. RUSSELL._
jfiats' tr.r B-rtL
TWO NM'ELY FURNISH El >*'~K< n.'Ms'
Applv No. 1 North Sixth Street, sce
?ond Hat._!
W\N:i i".A BY YOUNG MARRIED
couple, unfurnished Hat. three rooms,
Wi tn End. Address, stating terms, j
C ?21, cart Times-Dlsputch._I
i II; SCIIOST?CK & CO., ARTISTIC LA
DIBS' Y.\ ! I.< iES. FORMERLY AT 607
AST RRi iAD STREET. BEG TO AN- j
NOL'NCE i HEIR OPENING AT NEW ?
QUARTERS, 207 NORTH FIFTH i
STREET, i N TUESDAY. FEBRU- !
A R Y 21; WITH A COMPLETE LI Nil
OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC |
WOOLENS AND ADVANCE STYLES
AT MODERN PRICES; SPECIAL
OFFER < >:?' ?f.5 SUITS FOR FOUR?
TEEN DAYS FROM DATE OF OPEN- i
INC. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW !
TO ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY, ,
! ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 11.;
I SGHOSTOCK ?& CO., ARTISTIC LA- :
DIES' TAILORS, 207 NORTH Fl I "I'll ;
[ STREET. RHONE MONROE -'106.
I HUMAN HAIR ttOUGHT AND S.?LO !
at HUGH ES'S. -'<?!> North Third.
; TO THE LADIES OF RICHMOND: li
WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT THIS:
WEEK IS THE LAST CHANCE TO)
SECURE A $35 SEIT; PLEASE CALL'
A ND INSFECT ' M Y NE W SPR1NO i
AND SUMM ER SAMPLES; IV NOT J
SUITED. YOU CAN SELECT FROM
J. B. MOSEY OR FOUEQUREAN- I
TEMPLE CO.. AND I WILL SECURE
THE SAME FOR YOU, .T. KATZ, 200 !
NORTH. FIFTH STREET.
&eft! estate tot: 3&cnr
F0if "liENT?' T!iE*"m6?f " CENTR AL"L?
located store in Fr&deficksburg, Vir?
ginia, southeast corner Main and
Commerce Streets. This building has
been occupied as a shoe, and hat
itore for fifteen years. Tula is a ran*
opportunity u open a shoe store or
i any kind of business A. P. THORN
! TON'. Fredericksburg, Va.
?FOrT RENT. THE~ M?S*rTCEXTRALLY
located store in FroderIcksbtirg! Va.;
southeast corner Main and'Commerce
Streets; this building has been occu?
pied as shoe and hat store for tif
teeh years; this is a rare opportunity
to open n shoe St 'ire or rtnv kind of
business. A! P. THORNTON. Fred
orleksburg, Va.
W'h'" CAN 'i'LEASE YOE! j- HfST~CALL
tp see us if you wish to buy. sell,
rent or Insure. D X. WALKER <fc
CO., Real Estate and Insurance, No.
1. Mutual Building tentranco corner
i Ninth and Main).
^ JReal ?-State W?anteb. \
\Y.\^l'lAK^BY^A YOUNG M~AIU?IKD
man of experience. .1 farm of about
200 acres to cultivate on shuros:1
horses and farming Implements fur- ,
nlshed by owner. C. N'EAI,, 350 lluto
Street, Norfolk, Va. ;
Von ^XC?T!^^^5u^C^o^^ in" '
good cordwood timber, three-fourtha
mile west of Stop hj?, Chester, on tho j
t. & w. and Seaboard Railways. ;
Como and see me. or address C. 12. 1
_11A WK INS. ChcstuT. Va._I
SP<>TSYl7v ? N1A COUNTY' VA.?2.000 j
fruit trees, 2*.': acres good land, 500,
000 feet saw timber; grapery. '
springs. R. F. D.. and telephone;
churches* school, store, shops, near;
line country and community; lucky
is the one that grasps this bargain
for only $1.000. Easy terms. $1,500
down. W. It. BOU'E (Owner), 4oi
East Franklin Street. Richmond, Va.
11 UNI) 11Ei>_ ~ACiTesT BBST \B ARGAIN'
northwest of Richmond. Address c
592; can- Tunes-Dispatch.
ST-~\CRE F-\RM7*WttfT B?ILDINt is"
$1.000; ISI acres, with buildings,
$7,000; 60 acres, some buildings.
51.000; i*?7 aero", fine farm. -50.000;
5 acres on car line near city, 3LS00.
Must sell these farms quick. See
owner at once. W. C. SOU BOEDER,
1301 East Main Street, second jloor.
v7k!i~\n~Vm7^
to see us If you wish to buy, sell
rent or Insure. D. N. WALKER &
CO., Real Estate and Insurance, No.
1. Mutual Rullding (.entrance corner
Ninth and Main).
FA I IMS;'AND" TIMB El t_LAN D S; "?? R
new catalogue contains 4C0 farms
and timber laDds: best bargains In
Virginia. I pay your railroad fare.
Write for freo catalogue. Address
J. R ELAM. ?iox 267. Chariottesvllli.
_Va._
BATH COUNTY.?340 ACRES, WITH
good Improvements, about ten miles
from Millboro. on Cowpasture River;
large proportion of lowground. Pro?
posed route of new railroad is very
near to thi.?. property. Price. SS.500.
D. N. WALKER A. CO.. Real Estate
and Insurance-, No. 1 Mutual Build?
ing._ __
rjpfv lOTS?tTiTe CHEAPEST ON ANV
street; Name the location vou want;
we'll name the price. B LAN T?N <fc
CO.. 1110 East Maln_Street._
LIST YOUR ROPERTY FOR SALE
and for rent with ULAN TON fc CO.,
1110 East Main. Best results assured.
Coal ?nli 23&oo?.
HICKORY. "STOVE WOOD.
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
host hickory wood in tho city cut
to stove lengths? You can get it
by 'phoning your order to Madison
415. Deliveries promptlv made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY._
long's WOOD IS EXACTLY LIKE ALL
good, dry. heating wood?it lasts, and
your work goes on smoother. His
eo<tl makes ashes after it burns.
Madison 1060 and 1070.
QVALI TY AND QUANTIT Y ARM
guaranteed from us. We have oik,
pine or slab wood, and our prlr.es
are right. We please everybody
Phono Madison 6313. NORTH CARO?
LINA WOOD AND COAL CO.. 827
Brook Avonue.
EXlTLY^SPlUNrr"l I AR Y EST "SEASON
calendar and novelty salesmen. We
want Yirgina men; full line. KION
NED Y-BROWN-HALL CO.. Jackson?
ville. Fla.
MATTttMbEls.
have YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now; sanitary methods uaed; reliable
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 711
East Broad Street. Madison 3204.
SHOE REPAIRING.
MENS SHOES. WHOLE-SOLED. $1;
half-Fol^d, 75c; ladies', 60c; chil?
dren's. 4Cc, and up. according to
Btze. Every pair sevred; no nails
or pegs. Best leather. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 E.
Main; Phono Monroe 2667._
- SAFES.
THE MOSLER SAFE COMPANY BANK
safes, the Manganisc Screw-door and
Corless; lire ami burglar proof vaults,
lire proof safes, etc. Address for
catalogue and estimates, G. T.
CR A LUE, Agent for Virginia and
North Carolina. Blackstone, Va.
Fl NE UNlTOLST EiTTn^T-AND -MAT?
TRESSES.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND up?
holstered: mattresses made over like
new; furniture''and china packed
and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone
^ o 10
DYEING AND CLEAN!ING
THE BEST DYEING AND CLEANING
can bo found at GILL'S. Suits scoured
and pressed, 75c. 325 North Fifth.
'Phone -tSi>2.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the
stockholders of the Virginia Hot
Springs Company, for the 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 or' all
of the acts 01" the board of directors
and all committees thereof, of the
said company, in the past year, will
be held at tho otllec of the com?
pany, Homestead Hotel. Hot
Springs, Virginia. on TUESDAY,
the 28th day of February; Hill; at
12 M. Tlie transfer books will close
Wednesday, February JJ, 1911, lit 3
P. M., and remain closed until 10 A.
M. Wednesday. March 1, 1911;
A. TBBVVETT. Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the annual meeting of the stockhold?
ers of the CHESAPEAKE WESTERN
RAILWAY will be held at the princi?
pal office of the company, No. 1209
Mutual Building. Richmond, Va., on
TUESDAY; THE 7TH DAY Ow
MARCH. 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M., for
the election of directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meet?
ing.
AY. H. HALL.
Secretary.
? S PE CI Al7 COMMU NI CA TI ON
of Metropolitan Lodge. No. 11. A.
F. and A. M.. will be held in Ma?
sonic Temple MONDAY NIGHT. Feb?
ruary 20, 1911. at 7 P. M. Members of
sifter lodges md transient brethren
are cordially invited.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
W. N. WATKINS.
Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN- t H AT
the annual meeting of stockholders
of the Virginia-Maryland Coal Cor?
poration will he held at Room 717
Mutual Building, Richmond. Va., on
T U E S DA A". F E B R U A R Y 21. 1911, a t
11 o'clock A. M.
A. P. ADAMS.
Secretary.
THE ANNUAL me et ING OF TI IE
stockholders of tho E. B. Tay lot
Company, will be held at the olfico
of the- company. No. 1011 East Main
Street. Richmond, Va.. TUESDAY,
February 21. 1011, at Z P. M.
W. P.. HENDERSON.
_ _ Secretary.
OFFICE
The Virginia Fire and Marine
Insurance Company.
Richmond, Va., Feb. 7. 1911.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD?
ERS.?The rcsrubxr annum meeting
of Stock holders will he held at the
company's office, No. I0ir> East Main
Street, Rimmond, Va.. on TUESDAY.
21st Instant, at 12 M. Transfer books
will ,)0 <? .-.sei; from February 1 1 to'
February 22, 1011.
William Ii. McCarthy.
Secretary.
Jilted Girl Does Not Expect $100,
ooo to Bring Surcease From
Sorrow.
NOT THE CASH SHE WANTS
Wishes to Show That Love Is
Not a Toy to Be Cast
Aside.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
New York, February 19.?"Do you
thinK 1 would surfer al! that 1 have
suffered for $100,000? No, a thousand
limes. What can money do tor a bro?
ken heart'.'"
So spoke tlie beautiful twenty-three
ycar-old girl, who will face William
English Wailing, of Chicago, million?
aire, author, Socialist und settlement
, worker, on Monday, before Justice ,
Glegerlch, In the Supreme Court, to tell
I her story of unrequited love.
Walling is the husband of Anna \
: Strunsky, the noted Russian authoress,
and the grandson of William H. Eng- j
I lish, of Indiana, a former candidate, for j
i Yice-President of the United States i
! The girl who Is suing him, after an j
aliegod romance In half a dozen Euro- ?
pean countries, Is Annette B. Gr?nspan ,
?She charges that lie broke his prom- [
iso to marry her.
MIfs Gr?nspan, who was born of
Russian parents In Paris, is now living
with her mother and her brother in
this city. She was educated in a French
convent school, spoons three languages
? French, German and English?and is j
; strikingly beautiful in face and figure.)
"How can I speak of things which j
are near and dear to me?" Miss Gruns- \
I pan inquired, her lustrous, dark ??yes !
! showing a trace of tears. "Indeed, 1,
wouldn't, go into court at all it" Mr.
i Walling had nor acted as if ho thought
j a woman's affection was 3 toy to play j
j with.
Was Only Seventeen.
' "I was only a girl of seventeen when'
i I met him in Paris in 1905. I had just'
: come out of a French school, and was I
; eager, oh. so eager, you know, to study
land see the great world. He was older,
; than I was, and teemed to be so much j
I Interested in me and In my studies. He;
asked me to marry him. ana I promised!
to do so. He wanted to take me to 1
Russia, where rhy brothers were, and
have them live with us. I told him
it must be with mother's consent Wo
went together and then came back to
France. Germany and Italy and to Lon?
don. But In less than a year I was
left alone?ho went away."
Miss Grunspan's parents wore in
business in Paris as art dealers when
she met Walling. One of her brothers
is still in the French capital. The other
brother Is in Now York and will be a
witness at his sister's suit.
Arthur M. Wickwiro, counsel for Miss
Gr?nspan, has in his pos.sosslon a
bundle of letters that Walling wrote
the plaintiff in the broach of promise
j action. In at leant one of these. It Is
claimed, the rich Socialist spoke of
I marriage with Miss Gr?nspan. It is on
' his oral promises, however, aliened to
have boon first made jn Franco, and
I then repented tu Germany, Italy and
!Only Highgrade POSTCARDS;
; made to order. With views from j
[ Churches, Hotels, Stores and Private ]
j Residences. $6.00 per 1.000; no other!
\ charges. Write or call on
FRIEDR. AY. LUTZ.
'Crcnshaw Building,
The germs of disease is what we are
I continually fighting. Scientifically con
' 6tructed Sanitary Plumbing Fixtures are
filaying a prominent part in the battle
or good health. Sec that your family h
1 protected. Let us show you the fittings.
I McGraw-Yarbrougk Co*
Plumbers31 Supplies
j 122 S. Eighth St., - Richmond, Va,
' Out-of-town orders sliicoed auicklv.
i WANTEDTHa^S?tToO opera <'! i a t rs
suitable for moving picture theatre..
Address victoria THEATRE, New I
Hern, N. c. _ I
sWcoWr^ A'si d macIIint^ry of !
of every description bought at full ,
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 e. >
Cary St. Phone Madbon 3o2iJ.
WANTED. TO BUY FOTi CASH, HOUSE:
hold goods !n any Quantity. Phoni
Mndisoe "S51.
Table ?l'Hote Dinners Sntllrdny
nnd Sunday cveuluy,?, ?J to 1) o'clock,
;U.B0 each.
PERSON
Richmond, Va.
The most magnificent hotel In tMe.
South. European plan, flooma single
and en Buito. with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rate, fl.50 per day and upward.
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AND COVTAGES
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The Confederate Museum
T W ELFT H AND CLA Y STR E ETS.
OPEN 0 A. M. TO 5 P. M. '
'Admission!-5*5e. FREE ON SATURDAYS
The Vaientme Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREET."
Open dallv from 10 A. M lo ;, p. Al.
Admission, Free >n Saturdays;
Lenses assure perfect* vision far
and near without* visible dividing
Une3, surface being smooth. Those
who use them are delighted. We
ore manufacturers of Krypt?ok
Lenses and Builders of Everything
Prescription Work Oar Specialty
Thes,G ALESKI0pt,ca1 G0,
MAIN AND BROAD AND
?and? ?
EIGHTH THIRD
Kodak Headquarters
England, that Miss Gr?nspan relies for
damages.
licnicfl Ills Pro mine.
Walling denies that ho evor promised
to marry Miss Gr?nspan or ever gave
hor reason to think that he loved her
Ho says that all the letters ehe has
written him will bear him out in his
contention and prove that ho simply
tooi< q friendly Interest in the French
girl's education. Emil Fuchs. Waiting's
lawyer, declares that he will show the
court that Wallitig's reputed wealth
caused the plaintiff to be especially In?
terested in him.
Jn one letter to Walling Miss Gr?ns?
pan wrote: "You have been a second
father to me nnd also a cherished
friend, good and sincere, frank and in?
telligent. You know how to win me,
Or at least you have Inspired me. You
hate heaped up over mo your attention
and caresses; you know how to make
yourself loved; do not believe that you
are coid. You don't, need \n defend
yourself. There is no harm in loving.
In being a man and to have a few sen?
sitive feelings toward woman. What 1
find unjust on your p>irt is that you
won't admit that a young girl like me
suffers when sho loves."
Walling and his wife, Anna Strunsky,
have returned from a trip abroad to be
present at the trial of the breach of
promiso action. Mrs. W?lling, who
married the millionaire author shortly
fitter Miss Gr?nspan alleges ho pro?
posed to her nnd was accepted, will bo
in court. .She. la said to take the same
view of the case as does her husband.
They Will Meet to Form a Per?
manent Memorial Asso?
ciation.
I Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Alexandria, Va.. February r>.?
Masons from the various grand juris?
dictions throughout the United States
who will attend the Organization of
i permanent memorial association
acre February 111-22 will begin to ar?
rive here to-morrow. Visiting Masons
who arrive to-morrow evening will be
tendered an Informal reception by
members of Alexandria-Washington
L,ndgo of Masons at the Masonic. Tem?
ple.
The annual session will open ai 0;:',o
o'clock Tuesday and will bo called t->
jrder by W. 13 McChesney, grand mas?
ter of Masons of Virginia. Itov, W. .f.
Morton, rector of ("brist Protestant
Eplscopnl Church, will offer prayer.
This will be followed by addresses of
welcome and on explanation of the
memorial proposition. At 1 o'clock
an adjournment will be taken for
luncheon. The afternoon session will
begin at 2 o'clock.
The program for February '22 will
begin at 9:30 o'clock with the annual
election of ofllcers. At noon members
will adjourn for luncheon. At 1:00
o'clock that afternoon delegates will
leave on a special train for Mount Ver
non, returning at I:;10 o'clock. There
will be a communication of Alex?
andria-Washington Lodge, which will
bo followed Immediately by a reception
to President Taft. At 5 o'clock in the
afternoon the Master Mason degree
will be conferred by a degree team
from Michigan.
The affair will be concluded that
evening at S o'clock with a big ban?
quet which will be served at Armory
Hall nnd which will be attended by
President Taft and other notables.
SCHOOL AND nWEI.l.lNG.S
nr.sTimvr.D ny fire:
[Special to The Tlmes-Dispaten. 1
Tappahnnnock, Vn? February IP.?
The public school building. Judge
Thomas E. Blokle's and Jack lasher's
dwellings were totally destroyed by
fire last night. The flro started in
the school building, its origin unknown,
as the building ha:: been unoccupied,
.ill.-, Friday aftcrnoom All the build?
ings were partially insured. The
houses were berated on the southwest
border of the town. The wind was
blowi>rg a ga'.e from the southeast.
Had it been blowing from the south?
west, nothing could havo saved the
town from total destruction
Corn Club Orgnnlrvd.
(Special to The TlmesrDlspatch.l
Lyhchburg, v.l., February 10.?At
Rustburg. Friday, at. the County Teach?
ers' Institute. T. Gilber Wood, dean of
the Sixth District Agricultural High
School, organized a Campbell county
ci tn club, with thirty-six boys included
in Its membership. The boys will eom;
|iet< for valuable, prizes v.* hielt have
alroady been offered by Lynch burg
merchants, as well -is the Interstate*
Fair;
ITenvy Tobacco hair*.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch, i
Lynchb'drg, Va.. February 10.?The
sales of loose leaf tobacco here last
week were very much larger thin ex?
pected by I lie trade, the aggregate for
the week being 07*1,500 pounds. Tin-'
talcs since September l nave reached
iO.Ofli.lOO pounds, or lflS.SOO pounds
greater than a: the same time a year
ago.
Although the offorlngs have been
heavy for si:: weeks, the trade con Un?
it.." active, and I ho average price paid
last week VVOS the higher t >>\ ih<> ;oa
(-??n and the highest for several ;> ?. 11
LIFE THREATENED
Man Who Killed Wife and Son
Would Slay District
Attorney.
(Special to The Times-Dlspatch.l
V\ Ins ton-Sal em, N. C, February 19.?
It developed to-day that Moses Speaks,
who killed his wife and son-in-law
with a butcher knife In High Point yes?
terday, is the man who has several
times threatened the life of United
States District Attorney A E. Holton,
of thl3 city.
Four weeks ago. while Mr. Holton
was attending Federal court at Greens
horo, Speaks called at his- home, just
south of this city, ajid made demand
that he should bo allowed to see the.
district attorney. Mrs. Holton became
frightened and telephoned to neighbors,
who persuaded Speak to leave. Ho told
different persons that Holton had pros?
ecuted and convicted "several of my
relatives, and one of them Is now serv?
ing a term in tho Federal prison, and
I will not die satisfied until 1 kill
Mr. Holton."
District Attorney Holton was advised
of the threats made by Speaks, and a
government detective accompanied htm
nomo from Greensboro and remained
horo a few days, assisting other offi?
cers in an effort to locate Speaks; but
they failed to find him. A week agco
Speaks appeared at Mr. Holton's homo
again and demanded food and lodg?
ing. The district attorney was con?
vinced that tho man was insane, and
after giving him something to eai
Speaks was directed to a room. Ha
was locked up for the night, and next
morning he was persuaded by neigh?
bors to depart for home. In view of
threats made by Speaks against the
life of Mr. Holton. officers here are
keeping clofo watch and making dili?
gent efforts to locate him.
Ill* Victim Die?.
High Point, N". C, February 19.?
Will Miller, who was fearfully slashed
with the same knife with which Mose
Speaks killed his wife Saturday, died
this morning in a local hospital. Miller
was the murderer's son-in-law. Speaks
is still at large, having succeeded in
eluding the posse of officers which
Is scouring the country for him.
Speaks undoubtedly committed the
double crime while insane. He had
recently been discharged from a Bos?
ton nsylum for the feeble-minded.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C A 3 T O R i A
Auction, &al??.
"~"~"By i:h7;"Valentino Auction "Co., ?
Auctioneers.
61S Fast Broad Street.
EXECUTRIX AUCTION SALE OF AN?
TIQUE MAHOGANY AND WALNUT
FURNITURE; CARPETS. MATTING.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
As executrix of the estate of Mrs. W.
T, Slzer, I will sell, at public, auction.
at No. i:ii West Marshall Street.
TO-DAY (MONDAY). FEB. L'O,
at 3::;o P. M.,
a number of pieces of old Mahogany and
Carved Walnut Furniture for Parlor,
lied Room and Dining Room.
Ladies invited to attend. Sale. 3:30
P. M.
MISS MARY SIZER PULLER.
Executrix.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
A net loneers.
Auction gpalcg, jTtiture 3Bajj>&
By Green & Redd.
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
A FOUR-ROOM FRAME DWELLING
ON BUC11A N A N ST R EET.
By virtue of a certain deed of trust
dated .June 10. 1905, and recorded in
the Richmond Chancery Court clerk's
office, In D, Bi 1ST? C. page Pbl. default
having boon ndado In the payment of
taxes and insurance secured thereby; i
and having been required by the bone- i
lletary therein so to do, I, the under?
signed trustee, will, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2^. 1911,
at l o'clock P. M.,
on the premises, proceed to sell at
public auction tho property conveyed
therein, viz:
All those two lots of land, with all
improvements thereon; lying and being
in the city of Richmond. Va., beginning
at a point on the western line of Buch?
anan Strict one hundred and twenty
five fpet north of Accommodation
Street, and running northwardly along
anil fronting on the western line of
Buchanan Street forty-seven feet, more
or less, and extending back from said
front, between parallel lines, sixty feet
to a five-foot alley.
This property will make a nice little
investment.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay all
costs of sale, and a debt of $22.50 In?
curred by tho beneficiary under said
i deed for taxes and Insurance; credits
! as to three notes for $$S:50, $90.7,") and
j $9^.(to, due and payable Juno 10, 1911,
June 10, 1912. and June 10, 1918; any
residue payable In equal instalments
at one and two years from the day of
sale; or for nil cash, at tho option of
the purchaser.
A. C. HARM AN.
Trustee.
~ &ealj??tatc for iUnt. ~
Raleigh Apartment
Unexpired lease on one of the most
desirable of those apartments. Pos?
session at. once.
Apply to
j; NELSON STEELE, -H: .
115 Mutual Bnildlng.
or J. D. CARNEAL & SON,
ti North Eleventh Street.
MULES
Twenty-five first-class young Mules,
just out of work. Acclimated and sea?
soned. AIfo five dump wagons, three
truck wagons and harness. Also 50
head fresh Horses and Mule?.
L. W. BATES;
Twentieth and Franklin.
1?eo;at Notices.
YIP'/;I.NM A'. ' IN " THE t"H YNC'ER Y
COURT OF THE CITY OF RICH?
MOND. THE 17TH DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, 1911;
Martin McKay.. . Plaintiff I
vs.
Dora Mason McKay.Defendant;
In Chancery.
Tho object of tills suit is to obtain
from the defendant by the plaintiff a J
divorce a vinculd mntrlntonli.
And nllidavlt having booh made and j
filed that I ? said Dora Mason Mc.Koiy i
Is no; a resident of this* State. It l i
therefore ordered thai she do appear ;
h?re within fifteen daytt after duo pub?
lication of this order and do what t:t
necessary to protect her Interests in
this salt.
A Copy?Teste:
Cll.VS; O. SAV1LLK,
Clerk. J
K. BAXTER WILSON; p. o* . I
i?dWotOMcK.R}
TO AND FROM WiVSHINO TON AND BEYOND,
Leavo Richmond | ArrIvo Richmond
M.30A.M. ?yrdSt.SU.
?5.20 A.M. llyrdSt.SU.
*5.i2 A.M. Main 8t.SU.
17.16 A.M. njr4St.8U.
ift.lO. A.M. ItrrJ St. N??.
8.40 A.M. Byrd St. NU
fll.so A.M. Main 8LSU.
* i noon II) p1 St. Sts.
ja.OO P.M. Byrd St. St*.
H.l?P.M.Klba Station
?5.15 P.M. Main Nt. SU
?8.20 P.M. Byrd SU 8U.
?7.60 A.M. B7r4Bt.SU..
311.25 A.M. Elba Station.
TU.:S5 A.M. Byrd St. Uta.
?1.12 PJL Main 8t.SU.
?2.45 P.M. Byrd Bt.HU.:
*7.25 P.M. ByrdSt.gU.
tS.tO P.M. MalnRt.5U?* iy
??.10 P.M. Byrd Bt.8U<
tlO.20 P.M. Byrd fit.HU.
?11.25 P.M. Maln8t.HU,'
?12.60 night Byrd gt.8U?'
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS.
LeoTO Kyrd St. Sta. 1.30 P. M. for Frcderickebvrr.
Learo Elba Sta. 7.60 A.M.,R.30 P.M. for Aiblanl.
Arrive Byrd St. Stn. 8.25 A.M. from Fredorlckib'ff.
ArrlTeKlbaSta.O.y.tl A.M.,6.30 T.M.front Aihland,
?Daily. tWeelcdaya. ^Sundays only.
ri Dally except Monday.
AH trains to or from Byrd Street Station
(except trains leaving 4.50 a. m. and arrlvior
xa.50 night) stop at Elba. Time of arrivals ana
departures not guaranteed. Read the aigna.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND.
N. li.? Following Bche?ule tlgurc? published
ac information and not guaranteed:
ti:10 A. li.?Dally?Local tor Charlotte, Dur-?
bam and RaUlgh. 10:45 A. M.?Dally?Limit*
od?For all points South. Drawing Room
Buffet Sleeping Car to Memphis via Aaho
vllle and Chattanooga. 8:00 P. M.?Ex. Bun?
Local (or Duruan. und Intermediate stations.
C:00 P. M.?Ex. Sun.?Keysvlllo Local. H;4l
P. M.?Dally?Limited?For all points South.
Pullman ready 9:J0 P. M.
YORK RIVER .LINE.
4:30 P. M.?Ex. Sun -To West PL, conaeot?
lug for Ualtimore Mon., Wed. and Frl, 6:04
A. M.?Ex. Sun. and 2:15 P. M.?Moo., Wed,
and Frl.?Local to West Point.
TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
From tho South: 6:50 A. M.. 4:06 P. Jot.,
dally; 8:4?. A M.. Ex. Sun.; 13:50 Ex. Sun. j
?:00 P. M.. dally. From West Po4nt: ?;35 A.
M.. Dally: 11:35 a. M., Wed. and Frl.; 4:24
P. M.. Ex. Sun.
' S. E. BURGESS, D. P. A..
OlO E. Mala St. 'Phona MadUon 455.
Lv. Norfolk: '8:33 and ?11 A. M.. ?3 P. M<
for Eastern Carolina, and the South.
Lv. Raleigh: ?6:15 A. M.. t3 and ?3:10 P. M.j
for Eastern Carolina and Norfolk.
Puilman Sleeping Cars between Norfolk,
Raleigh and Goldnboro.
?Dally. tDnlly Ex. Sun.
C. D. LEORANDE. G. A.. American National
Bank. 'Phono Monroo :5."7. Richmond.
W. W. CROXTON,' G. P. A.. Norfolk. Va.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
> :vo a. \ ?3il>?*"??t .r?m* 10 Ota jp?nti?
t;w P. \ par; Auf? aud Norfolk.
3:40 ?.?Daily. Local to Newport News.
6:00 P.?Daily. Local to Old Point.
*:0u P. 1 Dally?Louisville and Cincinnati
11:10 P. "< Pullmans.
6:tS P.?Daily, "dt. Louls-Clo----. -special.'*
Pullmans.
8:10 A.?Daily?CbarlottesvlP.e. Week dar?
? MlnioD.
6:15 P.?We*k daye. Local to Gordons villa.
10:00 A.?Dally. L'burg. Lex.. C Forjo.
6:15 P.?Weck do>s. To Lynchburg.
TRALNS ARRIVE RICHMOND.
Local from East?8:36 A. M.-, 1:10 P. M.
Tbrou8h from East?U:35 A. M.. ?:** P. JA\
Locai from West??8:30 A. at.. 9;M ?. HH
T:20 P. 2d.
Through?7:09 A. M.. t:46 p. 3*.
James River Line? '8:35 Ki M.. 6:18 P. M,
Norfolk and Western Railway
ONLY. ALL RAIL LINES TO NORFOLK
Schedulo In Effect January 10, IUI.
i.-avi Dyra Street Statlno, Richmond, FOR
NORFOLK: '3:00 A. M., ?3:00 P. M.. ?4:10 P.
M.
FOR LYNC H jBURf* AND THE TTEST:
?C:1R A. M., 'O.tO .v. M.. 'i-OO P. M.. *9:?
P. M.
Arrive Richmond frum Norfolk: -11:40 A.
M.. ?f.:.'? P. M.. ?11:50 F. M. From tho Weetr
?6:50 A. M., a2:00 P. M., b*:15 P. M . 8:06 P.
M., ?9:00 P. M.
?Dally. aDally. ex. Sunday. bSundaj only.
Pullman. Parlor and Sleeping Cars, Cats
Dining Cars. C. H. BOSLET.
W. 13. BEVILL. r>. P. A.. Richmond, Va.
O. P. A . Rnanok?. Va.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Sotithbour.il trains scheduled to leave Rieh?
mond dally: 9:10 A. M.?Local to Norllna.
1:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta.
Birmingham. Savannah. Jackson villa and
Florida point*. 3:12 P. M.?Florida Lim?
ited, datly, except Sunday. lt:S5 P. M.?Sleep?
ers and coaches. Savannalt. Jacksonville, At?
lanta. IJlrrainirham and Memphis. North?
bound trains scheduled to arrive Richmond
dally: G;32 A. M.. 9:26 A. M., except Monday,
5:05 P. M.i 5:45 P. M.
Richmond and Petersburg Electric Railway
Cars leave Manchester. Sevent> and 1'orrp;
Streets, for Petersburg:
?6, 7. 3, ?3. 10. 11. ?12 A. M.. 1, ?. '2, t I,
??5:45. *6. 7. 8, '9. l? P. M.
11:00 P. M. for Chester. 12:00 midnight fos,
Petersburg.
Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore
Street, tor Manchester:
t?:15. 6:35, ??7:15, '7:35, 8:35, 3:35. ?10:35. JIM
A. M.. 12:35. ?1:35, 2:3.>. 3:33. ?4:36, 6:35. t:i&
?7:33. S:35. U:33. ?10:40. 11:40 P. M.
tDnlly except Sunday and holidays.
?Carries ba^sai;>i and express.
??Limited, except Sundays and holidays.
All cars from Petersburg connect with carfc
for Richmond. V
RICHMOND A\D CnESAPKABLE BA"?
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Schedule of eloctrio trains to and from;
Ashland, stopping at intermediate station*
upon signal: Lv. Richmond (Broad and
Liurel Sts.l: 6:C??t. ?7:10. S:l0b. ?:10b. -MOao,
U-.10 A. M.: 1:10. 2:10. S:10. 4:10b. 6:10. 6:20.
7:10, 8:10b. 10:10. 11:46 P. M. Lv. Ashland *
'6:50. VOOb. 8. Bb. 10. '"II A- M.. ?la M., **L
2. 3. 4. 6b. 6. 7. S. 9b. 11 P. U.
?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only.
bCnrrlcs baggage.
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Safely
Comfortably
Economically
VISITS to Lisbon.
Spain; Italy. Egypt,
India, Ceylau, Straits
Settlements, Java,
Philippines, China,
Japan, Sandwich Is?
lands and Overland
American Tour, In
. land Excursions, and
TUl side trips all over.
1 ' - Optional toura 0f 17
days in India, 14
days In Japan.
Two CrulHCs will
be made by the mag
nlticcnt twln-nerew
I7.0O) ton S. S. Cleve?
land, each lasting
110 days. First cruise _
leaves New York a
November I, 191L ?
Socond leaves San
Francisco February
"ho Finest, Most Comprehensive Fleas*
tuv Cruise Et er Offered.
Cost, including all uecossary *CCCf? &
xpenses aboard and ashore, v"?*"Up
Other cruises to tho West Indies, Pan?
ama Canal, otc.
?"nd for illustrated booklet
HAMB URO-A M Ii RICAN LINE
11-43 Broadway, New York,
OR LOCAL AGENT.
OLD DOMINION LINE
Lv. Rlrhniond foot o.' Aeh St. dally.7:00 P. M.
Lease 'Wrtort News.5:00 A. M.
Arrive Norfolk .8:00 A.M.
Connects with main lino steamers leaving
Norfolk for New York dilly except Sunday
7:00 P. M < *T-'.i ?lso made by N. 4
W. By. 3 P. M atiJ C. A O. Ry. ct 4 P. M.
Night f-inc steamers stop at Claremont ta
load or receive . passengers on signal.
\i?U.LNL-i NAVIGATION CO.?James Elve*
by daylight to.- Norfolk, Old Point, New?,
pert News a:.-: all Janus Biver landings.
Stenmei leaves Monday, Wetlnosday and
Friday at 7:fo A. M. ?'ten-h: reoc'.rod fot
a<\ Jamos .i.vor landings.
Main Ttclret Office. E. Mols Rtrsat.
PERSONAL CONDUCTED TOURS,
visiting iihgiaritj, Irclanti, Scotland,
France, Holland, the Rhine. Germany,
Switzerland, Italian Lakes and Italy, in
ciudhvp; London during the coronation of
tlicit Majesties, King pcorse and Ouccu
Marv. "Ask Mr. Howinan." 70S L. Main
Street, Richmond, Va. Phone Madison
SlcpJ. < ' )ll (or Fret Progr?lma, 70 Tour?
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