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ONE CENT PER WORD when paid in advance. No Ad. taken for less than TEN CENTS. _ NO ADS. TAKEN FOR LESS THAN TWENTY FIVE CENTS when phoned in or charged at the counter. Classification not guaranteed after 9:30 P. M. FOR BUSINESS CON TRACTS Phone Monroe. 1 for the WANT AD. MAN to call. 5.ost ana Jf ouno. J-OST. LADY'S DO?BLfE CASE GOLD watch, between Third and Byrd and Inj th and Main Streets; Reward i? returned to 3L'i South Third Street. LOHT FROM 00 3 . w EST*? FR AK KLIN Street, a black and white Cocker spaniel! Answers to name of "Guess." Reward if returned;_ .LOST, FEBRUARY 24, a STICK PIN in shape hunch grapes, pearls. Re? ward if left at 2008 \V. Grace Street. #clp fci?anteO. .tBaU. ZwXGMES^TTiii 'nation A l'TfTf h e rocogni/.ed standard school of the South; nut cheap, hut thorough. We auaurc you a tnorough mechanical training- by actual practice on mod? uli four-cylinder cars, and a posit j tion pa) lng at least $25 per week. I ? i'our placed last week. Part In ad- j ? vonce, the balance when you se euro u position. Day or night Icb- j tons. Our avlMion department open to a few high-class young men. Thou- j Hands paid for ? few moments in tho air. NATIONAL AVIATION AND AUTOMOBILS SCHOOL, 11 W. Main. near Jelforson Hotel. _ WANTED, A CYLTNDEK~ PRESSMAN capable of turning out high-grade ; and close register color work, and can handle help to advantage; one preferred who is now employed, but who wishes to better himself. All com- 1 munleatlons considered strictly con- ; fldentlal. Address K 109, care Times- 1 Dispatch. ?T?SSfdASHIER; AND; BOOKIC L; BPER in retall ?rocery. Must he quick and accurate at ligure. Furnish refer? ence with application. State salary wanted. No cigarette smoker. Ad? dress CASHIER, care Times-Dis? patch. yVAXT ed. ? GOOD ~FA RM hand: single, white or colored. Send refer? ence to W. T. JONES. MUford, Va._ BOVERNMENT EMPLOYES WANTED ?Send postal for Richmond exami? nation schedule FRANKLIN INSTI? TUTE. Dcp't. .'1?2 D, Rochester. N. Y. RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED? Average .salary, $1,000. Alternate \voeks aso with full pay. Pre para? 'don free for coming Richmond ex? aminations FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 383 i). Rochester, N. Y. .WAKTSd./ druggist. STATE AGE. experience, etc. mutual DRUG CO.. Big Stone Gap, Vo. _ .WANTED, FIRST* class AN D COM - petent wood pattern-makers for pen Simp work In Cincinnati. No trouble. Permanent positions and high wages Address NATIONAL METAL TRADES ASSOCIATION, 1405 New England >;%iidltig; Clevoland, O._ WANTED, YOUNG MEN OF GOOD character to learn tho automobile business. We must have between fifty and seventy-live men for our factory connections within tho next three months, and we will allow.men >vho can furnish reference to pay a part of the cost of learning out of their tirst nionth"s salary. For full information call on MR. C W. YEA .MANS. t'lS West Broad. Richmond. Va? or address SECRETARY. 11*05 Fourteenth Street, N. W.. Washing -;tohf D. C._ COLORED LAD. ABOUT U>. WANTED at mice. Must have reference. RA? DIUM SPRAY CO., loo North Sev I nth Street,_ W ANT ED, -TWO YOUNG MEN; BRIGHT and active. 17 to 20 years of age. in wholesale establishment as stock . clerks, Reference required. H :id. ram Times-Dispatch._ f U L I~RE G I S T E R E D DRUGGIST (married i. work In Richmond; Must lire at 3 tore and board four adults. H .IS. rare Times-Dispatch._ is?T ? i IOT AIR PL ? NT. BU T A school for training men to become chauffeurs. We charge $'.'5 for a complete course and furnish best references from Ihn best men in town or money refunded RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. MS West Broad Street._ WANTED"! HOTEL"" If ELP. "<IFFICB help, lumbermen (foremen, sawyers. tfiOti, *?sp Jtors), salesmen, sales ladies for spring trado. PIEDMONT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, Durham, n. C._ .Wanted, an industrious and reliable man of family, with several boys from l?r> years of age and over, to work on farm; white or colored; a good four-room house furnished: good wages; reference, required. Ap? ply to F. t. RICHARDS, Tunatall. Vn._ WANTED, CYLINDER press FEED-; ers; experience necessary. Apply at once to WILLIAMS prtg. CO.. 11 N. Fourteenth St re et, Ci ty._ WANTED, SIX CANVASSERS OP NEAT appearance to work on commission. Apply at 204 N- Fifth Street. W ? n t B D. intelligent.]; white man; short iob. good pay. Call ill East Main Street, upstairs. Ask for JENSEN. before !> A. M. COLORED MEN. BECOME cha?f feurs; earn $20 per week; day or night Instruction; part payments: po? sitions assured. SOUTHERN auto SCHOOL, 413 Brook _A_venu_? _ Wanted, men to take j thirty days' practical course in our ma? chine shops and learn automobile business and accept good positions. CHARLOTTE AUTO SCHOOL, Char lotte, n. C._ WANTED, FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE bodled, unmarried men. between ages of 18 and 85; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate hab? its, who can speak, read and write the English language. For Information ap gly to RECRUITING OFFICE, 820 East road St., Richmond. Va.; 151 Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. or Columbia Build lag. Granby St., Norfolk. Va. Wanted! by" XniTcKr acchrate stehogra'pher, position. Will accopt small salary. Best references. Ad? dress n 1012. e. Marshall Street. Richmond, Vn. YOUNG MAN WITH MECHANICAL experience desiras position with manufacturer; salary no object. L 151, care Times ? Dispatch. YOUNG MAN, TWENT.Y^FOUR YEARS of age, exp?r-t stenographer und general office assistant; desires change, v/hero there, are opportuni? ties for advancement. .-'Salary. $75 month. Address X. Y. Z., care Times Dispatch. YOUNG. MAN OF GOOD CHARACTER and reputation, desires a position as office assistant, collector or sales? man; willing to work and will fur . nish good references. Phone. JVladl snn 6774. or address II S7, care Times-Dispatch. _ YOUNG j MAN.- FO? ^^' eTCrS^ eIZpE rlence, desires position in drug store. Address n. C. C? Box 123, Black stone, Va. j$el\y, ffinlc atto $emale. ^NTEP, ; ;PL AT BN PR ESS F EED ER that, can make ready, male or fe? male. NORFOLK PRINTING CO., Norfolk. Va. WANTED. EXPERIENCED WHITE chambermaid who can do sewing. Apply 519 East Franklin._ WANTED. A GOOD SETTLED WHITE j woman to take charge of my house. A good homo and rnoderato wages. Apply to M. IL SMITH, Gloucester. 1 Va._1 WANTED. A RELIABLE WOMAN TO cook and clean for a small family living- In a llrat iloor flat. Wages. 915. Apply 1120-A Went Franklin. f?ituatton? t^ait^?. .Ifemale^ j POSITION WANTED" AH~NURSE OR companion to Invalid lady. No ob? jection to leaving town. Best ref- i erences. MISS DICKERSON, Homo for Incurables._ _ COMPETENT STE N O G~R A P II E R wishes threo hours' work three times a week. Salary $2.50 per week. II 10. cara Times-Dispatch._ hoarding;. BOARDERS FOR TWO NICE, LARGE rooma. 103 East Grace._ ; wanted. BOARDERS FOR TWO ] connecting rooms on parlor Moor; i also one- single room. 312 S. Third. j MRS. "fJTlAs. k~IiT>"vv^Ir8~u1T~e".VST 'Franklin; handsomely appointed rnoms, with board; large, well-ven? tilated dining room; opening on Sec? ond Street Meals by day or week. ^ iloom? iov &em. i NlCELY~ lFuT$NJSHED ROOMS FOR I rent; Apply 914 East blay. Madison 2200-J._ TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED, FOR ' light housekeeping. 710 E. Franklin ''? i Street._ NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR ' gentlemen; Third Street, near Main.! all conveniences. Monroe lllM-J. ! NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. VIR ; giula Apartments; every convenience; I gentlemen only. II 14, care Times Dlspatch. W?l^TErJ, TWO YOUNG MEN OR f.','Uple to occupy :argo front room, with board; private \amily. Terms reasonable; home comforts Madison "<;~ir-?9L7 ~v- M#,n?_ I ONE FRONT ROOM. CONVENIENT TO I bath: gentlemen. 107 N. Third. ' BRIGHT. ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT t hoard. Apply 72:; West Main. '&eat <?scate ixic jfvaie. j^A^M^FOR^fsIt E'ARM*. five miles west of the city, fronting on R.i F <fc P. R. R , at station; mostly In cultivation; plenty pf \v >od for own use. Very good eight-t'ppni dwelling; line orchard, good shade and water, and on a little rise, mak? ing a beautiful view of railroad* etc.; nice home for trucking <>r poultry raising and work lit the city?$l,20v. A real bargain. A GOOD. ALMOST NEW SEVEN-ROOM dwelling", well built, and three acrei of land in 300 yards of station, on R.( F &. Pi It. Ri; a real nice home and a real bargain??2,000. THE ABOVE ARE THE BEST BAR gains on our list. AMOS & POJN OEXTKR. 1110 E. Main._ SEND FOR 1011 FARM CATALOGUE; containing the choicest Virgin! t farm.s for sale. AMOS & POINDKX TER, 1110 East Main._ WANTED. TO HELL A GOOD EIGHT room, modern, brick dwelling: nice bath, latrpbe and usual conveniences: located north of Main, .one block from Monroe Park. Will tsell tu quick buyer for |4j6QO. Address 11 27. care Times-Dispatch. FOR SALE, iTetT?HED /'.TENirROOM, \ well-built. Park Avenue home, near Lee Monument; modern conveniences. ' Can be bought from owner, who : needs money. Address G 22, caro Times- Dispatch. FOR SALE. VALUABLE; MILL PR?T7^ erty at Burdette, Va., on Virginian Railway. An inexhaustible supply of gum timber In vicinity of plant, suitable for general manufacturing, especially barrels, staves. butter dishes, etc. Easy terms. Write THE STE PH EN SON CO.. /.uni, Va. NINE - ROOM BRICK. WITH STABLE. Fourth Street, close t<> park; nice central home. G 25, care Times-Dis? patch. YOUR RENT ' ACCOUNT PLACED With N. W. BOWE & SON insures best results. FARMS' AND TIMBER-"LANDS; OUR new catalogue contains 400 farms and timber lands; best bargains In Virginia I pay your railroad faro. Write for free catalogue. A.ddresa J. R. ELAM. Box 267. Charlottesvill?. Va_ FOR SALE, NEw'DETACIIElif FRAME dwelling near Chimboruzo Park; all modern Improvements; light up-to date. For terms apply ;:i? North Thirty-Sixth Street. 68-ACRE FA RM. WITH BUILDINGS. $1,000; 484 acres, with buildings. S 7.' t ? ? o; 60 acres, some buildings, $1.000; 197 acre?, fine farm. JC.OOO; r. acres on ear line near city. ?l,R00. Must sell these farms quick. See owner at once. W. C. SCHROEDER, 1301 East Main Street, second floor. WE CAN PLEASE YOU! FIRST CALL to see us if you wish to buy. sell, rent or Insure. D. N. WALKER & CO.. Real Estate and Insurance, No. 1, Mutual Building (entrance corner njnth and Main)._ GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE IN rich county; good business; line op? portunity. We have other proposi? tions. See us. R. S. ELLYSON <fe CO.. 2S North Ninth. _ ^eal Estate lor %eju. FO R RENtH: CQMF? RTAHLK DW ELL - Ing. practically new. at Ashland. Va.; eight rooms, pantry and bath; hot and cold water, electric lights. Very convenient' to both steam and elec? tric railroad stations. Apply to MKS. C. W. WRIGHT. Box 183, Ashland. Va._ REAL ESTATE FOR RENT.?SIX roovn house, near car line; steam heat, electric llehts: modern in every respect; uncxpired lease. Will make reduction In rent: leaving city. Ad dresa P. P.. Box ,327._ WE'CAN PLEASE YOU! FIRST CALL to see us if you wish to buy, sell rent or Insure. D. N. WALKER &. CO.. Ren] Estate and Insurance, No. 1, Mutual Building (entrance corner Ninth and Main). i&zal Csftate WLuntto. TOUR ^RK?T ACCOUNT PLACED with N. W. BOWE & SON insures best results. LADIES, ATTENTION! FOR THE REST SUITS AT LOWEST PRICES SEE S. BUDMAN, LADIES' TAILOR; I 010 W. GRACE STREET. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED. PHONE MAD [son tisii._ HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD j at HUGHES'S, 200 North Third. TUE POPULARITY OF L A D I E S' TAILOR-MALE SUITS INCREASE WITH EACH SEASON. FOR A GOOD SUIT. WITH A GREAT DEAL OF STYLE AND I N D I V I D U A LITV ABOUT IT AT THE MOST REASON? ABLE PRIOR. COME TO II. LEWIS. LADIES' TAILOR. 202 NORTH FIRST STREET. PHONE MONROE 2565. NOW IS THE TJME TO HAVE YOUR j automobile painted for spring. The ! best work at R. HvBOSHER'S SONS, j ir> South Ninth Street._j YOUR RENT ACCOUNT " PLACED with N. W. BOWE &? 80N insures beat results. nflatss WL&nttti. WANTED, A FLAT. OF FIVE ROOMS: modern conveniences. State price and location: Answer at once. C, R. J., Box 737, City, DAILY PUZZLES "What photographic term? AXSWKll TO YESTERDAY'S lTZKLBi Win fly. jjfor jg>ale. _ FOR BALE'. cheap* SECOND-HAND portable 8-horse-power "Best" steam engine; In good running condition; has been painted and overhauled. Ap? ply to Postmaster, Huguenot, Va. DRUG STORE FOR SA LE~?t~?~ SAC - rlllce, in a hustling town near Balti? more, on railroad; part cash, balance _on time. H 23. care Times-Dispatch. SECOND-HAND GUARANTEED MA chinery of every description, iticlud- ; ing hollers, engines, sawmills, wood- . working machinery, shafting, nan*, gers, pulleya and belting. I. BLU- i FORD ?c CO.. 153S_ E._Cary_Streot,_I FOi: SALE, A GROCER Y AND FRUIT ', business; retiring from business sue-i cessfully carried thirty years. Fine i chance for pushing man. A. G. J _1 ?ALLON, 419 N Sixth Street._j FOR SALE,: ONE HALL ? GILT MIR ror; slxe 4x0 feet; perfect condition; cheap. Address J 51, cr.re Tlrhes _Dispatch._ FOR SALE; ODD. ESTABLISHED, PA Y - hlgi small grocery store, just out? side of city limits, corner St. James and Fell Streets; mostly coiorcd cash trade; two rows of tenement houses in course of erection within one square; business will double. Rea? son for sale, wholesale business. P. ft. Box 112._ TWO,(RUNABOUTS, $30 AND 545; TWO lop buggies, $35 and 340; one bus? iness side spring buggy. for $45. These are bargains. One grocery wagon III first-class condition arid painted. A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East Cary. FOII WAGONS. GO TO rTcUARDSON BROS . CIS Brook Avonue._ Lumber, latuo, shingles, sa.sk, blinds, doers. WOODWARD & SON. Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va. TTv?~DCjCT?l?S^ $40 AND 550; runabout, $30; one cab, $125; one trap. $35?all rubber tires. One two horse truck good as new, $135; one furniture wagon, $35; grocery wagons, new and second-handi surreys, run? abouts and buggies at cost. THOS. H. duK E cc CO., feu4 Brook Avenue._ FIN E~S T AUTOMOBILE PAINTING ! done at R. H. BOSHER'S SONS. 15 South Ninth Street. WE. CAN / SUP PI iX; YOU W IT HA NY - thing In the vehicle line, new or second-hand. Give us a call. A. MEYER'S SON, 731 East Cary._ FOR .SALE;; ONE HAK I UN GTON Up? right, rosewood-finish piano; good condition; cheap. Address J 52, care Times-Dispatch _ THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF business i>uggles, runabouts, surreys and phaetons In the city. We have the goods and prices, and anxious to do business. one rubber-tired. HEAVY-SIZE pony runabout, that we have reduced in price from $75 to $65. Worth your attention. SEVERAL LIGHT DELIVERY WAG ons. one single truck, one laundry wagon, one top delivery wagon, one dump wagon, wo will sell at reduced prices to make room. ONE HIGH-GRADE TOP BUGGY, with steel tires, two rubber-tired runabouts, all very little used, will s.U cheap. BRISTOW-WORSHAM COo 1135 East Main. |H0. ?KIN(fsBU1 i Y UPR1 Gl iT PIANO; nice tone and very pretty machine carved case; 7 1-3 octaves; stool and scarf included. Si per week buys it. CRAFTS. Fifth am! Grace Streets. S195.?VERY EAP.?'-!: UPRIGHT CAPBN piano; magnificent t?ne; full oc? tavos; ipahoganv case; cost $350; our price $191?. CRAFTS, Fifth and Grace Streets. _ PIANOLA $97; ROSEWOOD CASE; AS good as over, but has. been used, i Cost $250; our price $07, and on very j easy terms?$1 per week will buy it. i CRAFTS, Fifth and Graco Streets-_| WELL-ESTABLISII ED G R?C E 11 Y business; large trade, fine location. Good terms to quick purchaser. See _us._R. 8. ELLYS?N & CO._ CHASE & BAKER PLAYER $16?. THIS player ought to bring much more, but it must go to make room for our own make players, which are now coming in from the factory. Very easy terms. CRAFTS, Fifth and (Trace Streets. STUYVESANT UPRIGi IT PIANO; AS good as any of that make; must go for th?j low p'rice of 5107, stool and scarf Inc.uded. Tf you want a bar- i gain see this piano. $1 per week buys I it. CRAFTS, Fifth and Grace Streets. $23.?GOOD ORGAN - FOR' A SMALL ! parlor: 50c per week. CRAFTS, Fifth I and Grace Streets, sr?xw?Y upr7g11tT'Ti97~stu T7rz ; uprights $210; Schaeffer upright; > $238; Thayer upright. $214; Crafts upright. $310; small upright, $9$. All j of these have been used, hut are In good condition. Some are several i years old, but in many cases can hardlv be told from new. Send for bargain list. THE GRAFTS PIANO CO.. Fifth and Grace Streets FOR SALE.. THR E B sE < 'OX i.?- H A X D, single trucks, first-class condition;; one second-hand single farm wagon, ! little used: also new single and double trucks, grocery wagons. C. BRISTOW, 15 North Eighteenth, OWN A BUSINESS. be IN DEPEND; ent. Earn 325 to Si no u week. No capital required; only our system. \\" rl t ft to-day for Success Booklet. VICTOR COLLECTION INSTITUTE. Columbus. O._ FOR SALE, ONE D~F THE BEST RE? tauraht propositions In the city of Baltimore. Owner retiring. Will j sell properly and business or busi- i ness only. Long lease to n respom.i - ! ble party. Address JAMES b. GUY TQNj 213 St._Pau_l St., Baltimore, M<), MR:' - GEORGE AINSL1 K ANN? HJNCES the removal of his law office to Aiiici lean National Rank''iiiit 11.11ng WE .' CAN.' REPA 111 YO U R .. AUTOMO - bile springs, body. top. cushions, wheels and paint In the finest man? ner. R. H. BOSHER'S SONS. 15 S. Ninth Street. FOE SALE. TO active BUSINESS man, controlling interest in incor? porated retail business In most pro? gressive city in Virginia, doing an? nual business about $70.000: Ad? dress H 24. care Times-Dispatch. YOUR .RENT ?cc? UN T PLACED with N. W. BOWE & SON insu..?a best results. WANTED. TWO OK THREE NICELY furnished rooms for light housekeep? ing by gentleman and wife, in good location. g 30, care Timerj-Disputcii. NEW york SHOE shine and hat Cleaning removed from 810 East Main to 720 East Main. Separate room for ladles._ your rent account placedj with n. W. howe & 80n Insures! best results. _ MASSAOE TREATMENT IS MOST BF ilcaclous in rheumatism, neurasthe? nia, indigestion and poor circulation. 219 E. Clay Street._ MR. GEORGE AINSLIE ANNOUNCER the removal of his law ofllco to A.iiei)can National [tank Bu?jlng. BEST AUTOMOBILE PAINTING DONE at U. H. BOSHER'S SONS, IS South Ninth Street_ _ RELIABLE TRANSFER, MILLNER'S. 302 North Ninth Street. hauln trunks for 25 cents, valises 15 cents; claim checks Issued at tho house for your baggage. Two men on our wagon. We make a specialty of moving fur? niture and pianos. Phono Madison 1445; residence phone Monroe 2460. W A N TED. THE PUBLIC TO KNO W that JAHN KB BROS. Jewelers. 912 East Main Street, buy. sell, exchange and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sll ver always taken In exchange._ LESSER. THE LADIES' TAILOR, THE only one In town who makes a spe? cialty In altering all kinds of gar? ments to the latest fashion. Raleigh Apartment, Harrison and Franklin. Phone Madison 4523. LONG'S WOOD IS EXACTLY LIKE ALL | good, dry, heating wood?It lasts, and your work goes on smoother. His coal makes ashes after It burns, Madison 1060 and 1070._ FFlClTcltY STOVE WOOD. DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE be3t hickory wood In the city cut to stove lengths? You can get it by 'phoning your order to Madison 411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR? GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL COMPANY._ PHONE US YOUR ORDERS FOR wood and coal of quality. We are here to please you. Madison 6008. NORTH SIDE WOOD AND COAL CO., 640 North Sixth StreeL jf lat? tnr $ -nL FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING FLAT. 7 N. Sixth Street. Phone Monroe 830. Wa'n^ED'^To' BUY AT SECOND? hand, a gang-plow. Box 31, Route _L\_ Glen Allen. Va,_ WAN'A ED. Tu BUY FOh CASH. HOUSE hold goods in any quantity. Phon? Madisop 3851. PLAIN HE WING OR HOUSEWORK, by day or linlfday. 121S 1-2 Taylor Street, upstairs._ S E C O N D -1 IA~N D MACHINERY of of every description bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 e. Gary St. Phone Madison :1526. \vTntKI?. D?O?VOOD POLES~IN CARr load f. o. b. Norfolk, i feet lonu and up. three (holies In diameter and up. _H._R. WORTH. Greensho ro. X. C. R. S.~ELLYSON & CO. COLLECTION Agency. 28 North Ninth. Bills col? lected promptly in und out the city. ?H?tellmtous. shoe repairing. MEN'S SHOES. WHOLE-SOLED, $1; half-soled, 75c; ladles', 60c: chil? dren's. 4Cc.? and up, accordinK to i elze. Every pair sewed; no nails I or pegs. Host leather. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 E Maln. Phone Monroe 2667._ ALATTJCBSSEfc?. HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES It EM AD B now; Hanitary methods used; rellablo work. SYDNOR &. HUNDLEY. 711 East Broad Street. Madison 3204. SAFES THE M?SLER SAFE COMPANY BANK safes, the Manganiso Screw-door and Corless, lire and burglar proof vaults, tire proof safes, etc. Address lor catalogue and estimates, G. T. CRALLE, Agent for Virginia and North Carolina, Blackstone. Va. watch RBPA1 RING] YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR cleaned by WM. TOBIEN, JR., Is a guarantee that it is done properly. Twenty years' experience. Cleaning. $1; main springs, gl. 408 Btu? ?roart. Street. 411 work guaranteed. BAKERY; 2-POUND RAISIN CAKE. 25c; KTVJfi kind.-: layer cakes, 15c; 61oav??H bread for 25c. DRINKARD'S, 123 1-2 1 _Nort h_S i x t \u_ Dy KING ? AND CLEAN 1NG. THE. BEST DYEING AND CLEANING can be found at GILL'S. Suits scoured and pressed, 75c. :!25 North _Fifth. 'Phone lg62.M_ DYEING. G Iii JA N I NO, PR ESSING BUS iness; splendidly fitted up, Host lo? cation; doing good business. Clieon rent. Small sum will buv. R. S. BLLYSON & CO. iflzettngs. NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK? HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the VIRGINIA RAILWAY AND POWER COMPANY has been called by resolu? tion of tho Hoard of Directors of said company, to bo held at the principal oftice of said company at Seventh and Main Streets, in the city of Richmond. V?., on TUESDAY. THE 11TH DAY OF MARCH. 1911, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, for the following purposes among others: 1. To consider and act upon a pro? posed indenture? between the Virginia Railway and Power Company and the Equitable Trust Company of New York, trustee, supplemental to and amending in certain particulars the j mortgage Or deed of trust of the Vir- | glnin Railway and Power Company ic said trustee, dated July l, 1908. tb se? cure ah authorized issue of $15,000,000 of first and refunding mortgage bonds, | 2. To consider and net upon a propo? sition for refunding certain of tho bonds secured by underlying mortgage Hens on the properties of said com? pany more fully set out in its first and refunding mortgage of July l, 1909. aforesaid. 3. To consider and act upon a prop? osition and proposed rigraomont for tkt sale by said company of its tlrsr and refunding mortgage bonds secured by tho indenture of July 1. 1900, afore? said, to an aggregate amount of 000,000. being a part ot tho bonds served under raid mortgage for re? funding and retiring underlying bonds and for Improvements, additions an?! ox tensions to property and other cor? pora ?<: purposes, as more fully set out ii< s:'!(' mortgage. I. To consider and act upon any mat? te.- pertinent to any one or more of tho Objects aforesaid rind any other mutter or iruttbr's which may proper? ly be considered or acted upon at a slpi.'tiri) or gepotal meeting of the stockholders cf said company. The transfer Looks for tho stock of said company will oe closed nt hooh on Saturday, the 25th day of Feb? ruary. 1911. and reopened at It) o'clock A M. on Wednesday, the 15th day of March, 1911. By order of the Board of Directors. GUV PHILLIPS. Secretary. &??JlCinl0. i UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE SSSSgf Medicine? Dent l/iiry?I'tianunoy. For session ot lOlO-'ll. New Building. Perfeot equip? ment. Experienced faculty of eigh? ty-one teachara. LL.?.- ? .i fi A STATKD COMMUNICATION OF VVJopca Lodge, No. 40. A., F. & A. /V\M.. will bo hold at the Maaonlo Teiriple, THURSDAY, 2d InBt.. at 7:3<J o'clock P. M. Members of sister lodges and tran slojit brethren are fraternally Invited to bo preaont. By order of the Worshipful Master. GEORGE C. JEFFERSON. _ _Becrotary. COMPANIONS OF RICHMOND _ Royal Arch, Chapter No. 3, will r*3b$g[ attend a stated convocation of tholr chapter at the Masons' ban, on Franklin Stroet. THIS (Thurs? day) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. All Royal Arch Maaons are Invited to attend to assist In conferring de? grees. By ordor of the M. E. H. P.. GEO. F. KEESEE. Sec'y. Rlohmond, Va., March 1, 1911. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Tredogar Com? pany will be held at tho company's oftlco in the city of Richmond on MARCH 16. 1911, it 12 M. J. R, J. ANDERSON. _Secretary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stockhold? ers of the CHESAPEAKE WESTERN RAILWAY will be held at tho princi? pal office of the company, No. 1209 Mutual Building, Richmond. Va., on TUESDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF MARCH, 1911, at 10 o'clock A M., for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business ae may properly come before the meet- i ing. W. H. HALL. , Secretary' Jjpoultrp, $et anbJUte g^tor? EGG S1 ' EG *jtS:?FOR ^S ALE. StNQLE eomb White Leghorn oggs, $1 per setting of 16; Indian Runner duck eggs. $1 per setting of 11. W. M. MI LAM, R. F. P., No. 4. City. FOR SALE. 30 OUTSIDE TUMBLERS: colors, black, red, yellow. Blue Al? monds, black and red checks, evenly mated. They go at 25c. apleco for wh/de bunch. Can be seen at 62S North Fourth Street. JACK WILSON is the man._ FOR SALE, S. C BROWN LEGHORN eggs. 75c. a sitting; $4.00 per 100. STRAWBERRY HILL POULTRY YARDS. Box 287, City._ FOR SALE, $1 EACH SEVERAL S O. White Leghorn cockerels, bred from! prize stock. 109 N. Seventh Street. nfDTTITTfTHTIrW' WUT IPKJKPWMOMMMKniMtTVrTirilMfagriTi By Green & Redd, Real Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF THAT WELL BUILT AND VERY DE SI RAR LB DWELLING, CONTAINING SEVEN ROOMS AND BATH, No. 1 4 South Lorn bardy Street ON THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1311, at 5:30 P. M.. on the premises, we will offer the above property at auction. The lot has a wide frontage on the ' western side of Lombardy Street, and runs back a great depth, with wide alley on side. This Is a good investment, as houses in this locality are always in demand. T'nls property is now occupied by an excellent tenant. TERMS: Very liberal, and announced at sale. GREEN & REDD, Auctioneers. By Epps-Epps & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF SUBURBAN HOME. WEST VIEW, ON WESTHAMPTON LINE, STOP 22. ON THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1311, at 5:30 P. M. At the request of the owner, we will offer the above for sale. House con? tains eight rooms, electric lights, and heated by furnace. Lot fronts 70 feet on Libby Avenue by 190 feet to a 10 foot alley'; TERMS; Liberal and announced at tale. EPPS-EPPS & CO.. Auctioneers. $te?l &?tate for ^aie. Only $4,750 WILL PURCHASE A New Corner Store and Dwelling On Church Hill now Renting for $530 Per Annum See this BARGAIN to-day sure. A. J. Chewning Company. FINE FARM FOR SALE. "Benvenue Farm." the property of the late Captain David Meade, situated near White Post and Millwood, Clarke county. Contains 250 acres of line wheat land; also an apple, orchard. Brick dwelling, largo barn and other outbuildings. One-half mile from Nor? folk and Western Railway station. This i.s one of the most valuable and productive farms in the Shenandoah Valley. For further particulars, ad? dress HUBERT SNOW DEN, Special j Commissioner, Alexandria. Va. Senate Passes Baggett Bill. State Primary Measure Considered. \ iSpeolal to Tho Times-Di3patch.) Raleigh, N. C. March 1.?Tho Sonate discussed at great length the BaKROtt hill for pulling mlloage on the trains, i as amended by the commluoo, to slm- | Ply requlro tho railroads to maintain two windows at all stations in towns I of 2.000 and more, inhabitants, so that mileage tickets can bo more readily procured before boarding trains. The measure passed by a vote of 40 to 8. This was ordered engrossed and sent to the Houso. The Houso tabled the bill for the protection of forests from fire. The bill in tho Senate passed, and was fthen recalled on the claim being made by Senators that objectlonablo features were found in It. Tho House adopted a resolution of esteem for J. &L Poole, veteran at the Soldiers' Home, who celebrated his 100th birthday to-day. the adjournment to-night being in his honor. A bill was passed the Houso to re? duce tho number of oil inspectors from ten to five; to assist tho Attorney General, and to Increase that official's Pay. The Houso p>asaod on second read? ing the Senate bill for farm life schools. By a vote of 24 to 17. the Senate to? night passed on second readlntr the Hobgood bill, providing for primary elections by all parties throughout the State. On objection, It went over for It may be from overwork, but tho chances are its from an in? active LIVER. -?ab. With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountains of labor without fatigue. It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity. It can be kept in healthful action by, and only by TAKE? NO SUBSTITUTS, Corner House Park Avenue Eight large rooms and modern con? veniences. Price, 56,800. No Informa? tion over phone. OHAS! A. ROSE CO.. 6 North Ninth. FOR SALE. Manufacturing Site Wo have, u large lot near railroad In South Richmond, well suited for a manufacturing plant or large ware? house. Can bo bought at a bargain. O. 1,. & 11. I.. DE NOON, 821 East Main Street. J&eal <Eatate for gent^ Green & RedcPs RENT LIST 1118 West Avenue. 11 rooms (fur? nished) .5*00 1122 West Main Street, S rooms.. -ISO 1S02 Grove Avenue. 7 rooms. lOo 2608 West Main Street. 0 rooms... 360 202 N. Strawberry Street, 7 rooms :i:t0 1 727 Floyd Avenue. 7 rooms. 330 Kin Beverly Street. 7 rooms...... 216 812 Randolph .Street, 7 rooms.... 200 13 N. 20th Street. 7 rooms. I SO Corner West and Wallace Streets. 6 rooms . 180 Rellcvue Apartment, No. l. 7 rooms 420 1020 W. Main St., 4 rooms. 1st flat. 270 1000 N. Boulevard. 7 rooms. 2d Hat 200 1514 N; Dickinson, 5 rooms, 2d Hat 8.00 2014 Grove Ave.. 3d flat. " rooms; * 240 90S W. Main, 2d flat, 7 rooms... . 150 501 W. Grace Street. 12 rooms... 600 610 Lamb Avenue. 8 rooms. 360 3009 E. Main Street. 9 rooms. 360 1212 N. 23d Street. 9 rooms. 22.50 Phone 2100. To Rent a modern house on Franklin Street or Monument Avenue ?from Monroe Park to Davis Monument. Will take long lease at good rent. Address J-78, care Times-Dispatch. To lend on Improved City Renl Estate?fi per cent.?in sums as fol $1,000 $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $5,000 $6,500, Etc j J. A. CONNELLY & CO. ! T. I) i?it_ A VERY ATTRACTIVE SUBURBAN HOME Situated in oak grove of nine acres. The house is new ami modern, containing nine rooms furnace heat. Ten minutes' walk to Forest Hill car line. Price, $$,600. J. A. CONNELLY & CO. T. D. 3-2-11?It What a name in the piano world. For generations the stand? ard by which all instruments have been judged. Write us for FREE cata? log. Walter D. Moses & Co. 103 E. Broad Street. Oldest Music House In Va. and N. C. third reading umtll Thursday, bo ins Bet as special order at 10 o'clock. The bill was considerably modified by amendment, striking out section 17. relating to the misdemeanor charge against a voter participating in a pri? mary, and then failing to support the ticket of any political party, with which he claimed to be affiliated. Th? amended hill changes the date of the primary from the first Tuesdav in Sep? tember to the first Tuesday in August The Supreme Court delivered to-da,.\ opinions In ten appeals, and announced the withdrawal of another. The lisl follows: Patrick vs. Springs. Hyde county no error; SearLn vs. Browning, "War? ren, affirmed; Batoman vs. Kramer Tyrell, no error; G-ullford vs. Receivers Norfolk Southern Railroad. Beaufort no error: Staate vs. Ruffln, Cherry anrt Glllam, Bertie, error; Kerr vs. Hicks Warren, n<> error; Harvel vs. Wcldor. Lumber Company, Northampton. af? firmed: Lee vs. Mauley, Hertford, new trial: State vs. Hopkins. Pitt, no error Styron vs. A. and N. C. Railroad. Car toret, appeal withdrawn by plaintiff. PRESIDENT OF COLLEGE TENDERS RESIGNATION Professor Soniervllle Will Retire Whei Successor I? Elected?-Otlicr^ Krcderiel**hurK New?. [Special to The Times-Despatch.] Fredoricksbur?;. Va., March 1.?Pro? fessor S. W. Somervlllc. president o! Fr^dcrl.^k^burg Ool'ege has tenderer: his resignation, to take effect as-soor. as his successor is appointed. Me ha? nlso resigned as superintendent of th< assembly's Home and School of Fred ericksburg-. Ho has served the assem? bly's Home and School for fifteen years. * i Henry <:. Chesley has been appolnteri an co-receiver with Isaac. Hlrsh and A. Randolph llowanl. as receivers fp.t the Merchants and Mechanics Buildlm? and Loan Association, and the three receivers have entered Into a bond ol $25,000. They will wind up the affairs ? ?f the association, under the orders and directions of the Corporatlor Court. The Fredericksburg Spoke Works and Landram Wagon Works were of? fered at public auction here yester ! day. and withdrawn on a bid of $16,000. The Baltimore nnd the Chesapeake Steamboat Company will construct a $25,000 pier at Colonial Beach, on the Potomac River. In Westmoreland coun I iy. i An educational conference of the Eighth Congressional District, com? posed of white teachers in the coun? ties of Alexandria, Cttlpeper. Fairfax} Fauquier, Kitig George. Loudoun, Louisa. Orange. Prince William, Staf? ford arid the city of Alexandria, num? bering several hundred, will be held at Orange March .10. Ill and April 1. when distinguished educators will ad dress the gathering. The Business Men's Association which invited Manager W. T. Dahney. of the Chamber of Commerce of Rich? mond, to address the Business Men's Association In this city on the even? ing of March I I, has arranged to hole the meeting in the courthouse, wheif the public will ne invited to hear the address, and after the speaking a ban 1 cjuel will be served lb 100 or more at Hotel Frederick, when Mr. Dabney will be the guest of honor. President Hen? ry Dann oh!, of the association, will preside! Mrs. .1. i,. Davis, daughter of Dr. W. id. Crittenden. of Orange county, wai j severely bitten by a cat. and she was hurried to Baltimore for treatment. HI BNEMAN WILL ilEOItfiaxize COAST ARTILLERY COMPANY (Special to The Times-Dispatch.] j Norfolk. Va.. March I.?Captain C. P.. Fieineman, of Portsmouth, will reor ! gani/.e a company of Coast. Artillerv. I?nd expects to have am excellent or? ganization. Captain Heinoman has the rull and entire confidence of the State and Federal military authorities, and in the annual report, of the companies recently made nubile, was given the highest commendations for his work in lite department. Ho has the ap? proval of Adjutant-General Sale In his efforts to put a company across the river. Captain Helneman resides in Norfolk at present. DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY IN ANNUAL MBKTlXO [Special to The Times-Dispatch. I I Washington. D. C March 1.?Tint annual meeting of the Virginia Demo ' cratic Society was held this evening; I at the Ebbitl House, and was well I attended Steps were taken looking ! toward the consolidation of the so I ciety with other Virginia organism - I Hons in Washington. The following I ofilcers were elected for the ensuing I year: President. Roger C. Glasscoek; [ vice-President. L H. Shoemaker Secretary, M. R, Buckey; Treasurer, J. B. Bough. ' Charters Issued. The following charters were Issued by the State Corporation Comniisslon ! yesterday: Bryant & Company. Incorporated, i Spring Garden; Va. J. W. Bryant, pres? ident. Dry Fork, Va.; E. L, Cox, vice j president, Dry Fork; C. D. Bryant, sec I retary and treasurer. Spring Garden, I Vh. 'Capital stock: Maximum. $25,000, minimum. $10,000. Objects anci pur? poses: Mercantile nnd building material business. The Oifloe Specialty Company, lncor porated, Richmond. L, W. Ryland, prostdent; Barton Heights. Va.-. J. H. Blunt, vice-president; H. P. Harris, secretary and treasurer, both Rich? mond Capital stock: Maximum, $15. ooo; minimum. $1.500. Objects and : purposes: Deal In pffloe supplies, furnl I ture, etc. I A license to do business In the Stat* was issued to the Aetna Accident and Liability Company, a corporation or? ganize.1 and existing under the laws of Connecticut, a written power of attor? ney having been filed with the com? mission appointing .Joseph Button, Commissioner of. Insurance, as statu? tory agent. The maximum capital au tho'rir.ed by the charter la $l,000,00?. and the object and purpose Is to con duct .i liability insurance business. A license to' do business In the Stats* I was Issued to the Granite State -Flra Insurance Company, a corporation or I ganl?od and existing under the law* ? or Now Hampshire, a written power Of I attorney having been, hied with th? commission appointing Joseph Button, Commissioner of Insurance, of Rich? mond, statutory agent. The maximum ! capital authorized bv the charter IS j $500.000. ,ip?-| the object and pUrpos? I to conduct a tiro Insurance bucine**.