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Want Ad. Rates
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
?r charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
?Liter 9:30 P. M.
FOR B USJNE S S CON.
TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 tot
the WANT AD. MAN to call.
Hoflit.anb rffmutc
LOST. NEAR !H'i PARK AVE.. GOLD
watch with K. U. on buck Re?
turn to ubovc number and receive re?
ward.
T.6st7 laHv.s oi'i-;n-VX?;e sTi?*kit
waich, Wednesday. _'jth. between
Union Thb?logieal Seminary and Sev?
enth and Main Streets. Return in
A. IS, LAUG 11 ON, car.. Miller &
ithn.Hris. ?iiii.i r'eceive nsword._
2i?p.p ft&unteu, irlalE.
W^ANTE^D. * COM1miteNt' MAN. Fi?
nancially responsible, to take charge
of branch ut Richmond. Give refer
rnccH ami llhanclal statement in tlrst
letter. AMERICAN MACHINERY
anD ENGINEERING CO.. 50 Church
St., New York City._
wanted. TWO GOOD PLUMBERS AT
once: permanent position and wood
wages to proper men, 'Write at
once. McAllister hardware co..
Luniherton. N. c._
wanted. PARTY TO LOG A 25-H. P.
aawnilll. Write e. L. MORRISETTE,
Bon Ai r. Vir;_
w a n t e d, V. 1 R S T-c LASS COAT
maker. Apply ill East Broad, at 9
A. M,_
AUTO SCHOOL.?OLDEST. LARGEST
and best-equipped and only real
practical auto Hchool In this section.
Open day ami night the vear around:
Call and see for yourself. Onr sat?
isfied pupils ore our references
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL,
91S W. Broad Street._
wanted "YOUNG MEN IN OUR AU
tomobllc training school?a complete
course in driving and repairing for a
small bash payment. You may be?
come competent In a few weeks and
secure a position paying from 175
to $100 per month Call and Inspect
our shop und lecture hall. RICH?
MOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL, 918
West Brond.
.TOU ARB WANTED: FOR GOVERN -
rnent position; $?0 month. Write 'or
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE. Dep't. 371 e. Rochester.
n. Y._
1,000 GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN,1
Write for list. FRANKLIN 1NSTT
TUTE. Dep't 370 e. Rochester. n. Y.
WANTED. AT ONCE. A GOOD YOUNG
man to help In drug store and tak*
charge of soda fountain: good op?
portunity for steady hoy. WAR
P.INER'S DRUG STORE, Grove Ave?
nue and Rowland.
WANTED, ^FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
painter: one who can rub varnish
and do general work. R. H.
_bos i I e R 's_son s. In _Ho u h _N i n 111 Sj
MEN WANTED TO .LEARN PLUMB
ing, electricity or bricklaying in
three months: big demand: high
wages; no hooks: tools Instead: day
and night classes. Visitors welcome.
Catalogue free. GREAT EASTERN
TRADE SCHOOL, 121 S. Twenty-third
Stropt; Philadelphia. _
WANTED. FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE
bodlud. unmarried mer.. between ages i
of IS and 35: citizens of United States. I
of good character and temperate hab- j
Its, who can speak, read and write the
English language. For information ap
ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 820 East
Broad St.. Richmond. Va.; 151 Sycamore
fit.. Petersburg. Va'.. or Columbia Build- J
ing. Granby St.. Norfolk. Va.
WANTED. YOUNG MEN OF GOOD
character to learn the automobile
business. We must have between
fifty rind seventy-live men for our j
factory connections within the next
three months, and wo will allow men |
who can furnish reference to pay a j
part of the cost of learning out of '
their nrst month's salary. Mr. C. W. j
Ycamaiii. 51a West Broad. Richmond. I
Va., no longer connected with this j
Institution. For nil information ad - 1
dress communications direct to Wash?
ing Dept . 1905 Fourteenth Street. N
W., Washington. D. C
. . . . i ., ... . a_
YOUNG MEN WANTED IN OUR Ma?
chine shop; special course for right!
men: part payments, balance when'
you get a position: ?10o per ???onth
or more to competent graduates, j
Actual practice in this year's cars.
"Founded on honesty." "Prospers on'
merit." Au'.o course free to aviation
students. NATIONAL AVIATION.
AND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 11 W
Main, near Jefferson Hotel.
WANTED. POSITION IN OFFICE,
store, or otherwise, by younit, well
educated German, two years in this
country. Will make good if given a
chance-. Address Th.. 40S E. Grace St.
PRINTER. SOBER. INDUSTRIOUS,
union, desires position. Address E
7&9. care Times - Dispatch._
POSITION WANTED BY ACTIVE
young man as. buyer, manager or
taka charge of grocery or general
More; flvo years' experience: best of
references. Address Box 200, care
Postmaster, Gibson. N. V._
WANTED, POSITION AS STENOGRA
pher by young man. graduato of
Eastman Business College; college
education; excellent speller. Ready
to commence work at once. Address:
C 635. care Times-Dispatch._
WANTED, POSITION IN GARAGE:
recommendation from Fleming's Ga?
rage, Charlotte. N. C. R. H. RKU
DING. Gastonla, N. C _
TOUNG MAN. AGED 20. DESIRES Po?
sition in wholesale business, where
there i? 0 chance for hustler: is cap?
able of filling orders, etc. C 641. care
Times-Dls-patch.
(SCOTCH GARDENER WITH THOR
ough knowledge, of all kinds of gar?
dening, both inside and outside, ilfl
sires position. Can furnish good ref?
erences. Address C 634. care Tjmc-s.
T> is pat ch._?_,_
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD IIA BITS
wants a position as clerk in storo.
where honesty and strict attention to
business is appreciated. Address F.I
782, care Times-Dispatch.
.WANTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY
at; 310-1 East Broad Street. Refer?
ences* re(|iiirod. _ _
.WANTED, ?" COACHMAN; M UST
have city references. Apply between
0 A. M. and ll Thursddy. J. II.
BAKER, Allen find Ginter Brandt,
Seventh and Gary._
W~\NTElA LADY TO DO SEWING
either by the day or week. Apply
K>07 Grove Ave._
WANTED, RELIABLE NURSE TO AS
slst in care of infant and household
duties. Applv WILLIAMS PHAR?
MACY. Twenty-tirst and Marshall._
WANTED. A. YOUNG LADY EXPERI
enced'in bookkeeping. Answer, giv?
ing experience and references. RUB- ,
LICITY RUREAN, 101 Mutual Build-j
ing._??___
M'A N 1 CHRIST; ON FIRST-CM.ASS
tritdd, at once Apply ut MODEL'
BARBER SHOP, flit E. Main Street.
WANTED, TWO MAIDS (WHITE):
prlvato family;- waitress, chamber?
maid. Address C 612. cavo Times
i. EiBDQtcb,
Jfyzlp> iflate anb ^maU^_
solicitor Wanted, male or fe
male: one well acquainted, with lh?
merchants oiid i>rofessloriul men of
this city. Apply S3'-' 13; Main Street.
* Room No between x and m o'clock
wanted, bright young colored
men and women for .summer work,
and can sflvo reference. Address B
582. core Times-ldsimtch._
^?Oltvltov? anu ja>aii'.?vurt.
YV A N T ji! 1). SALESMAN TO SELL
lightning rods; must be able to Boll
the good.". Cash salary, $50 per
month and a Commission: expenses
paid. No fake. Want good, sober
men. Answer at once: give full par?
ticulars, l) C91. care Times- Dispatch;
?TVE UK A CHANCE TO PROVE THE
worth or our line of spiinc and sum?
mer millinery; new models In pat?
tern and trimmed bats: a large as?
sortment in unlrlmmed shape in all
colors and quality. Ready-made suits,
dresses and all kinds of wearing up
parel for ladies, misses and children
MRS. JULIUS BEAR. 1 1^3 E. Main
St reel._
Mu?intm e^uportumties.
YOU li 'it ion T" A CGOIjNt" I 'LA C E D
with N. W. BO WE & son Insures
beut results.
W E CAN i REPA I R YOU 11 A UTOMO- !
bile springs, body. top. cushions',
wheels and paint In the finest man?
ner, lt. H. BOSIIER'S SONS. 15 S. |
Ninth Street. j
jf?oarb_3?!anteb.
; WA.xfcu. UV" " two a en t i Jem en. :
board and two furnished rooms, on I
farni or at suburban residence, 6rc?- i
erably about four or five miles from!
Richmond. C G3*>. cure Timcs-Dls- !
patch._ _ _
ONE Oil TWO. REPINED GENTLE- i
_men: large room. 203 West Grace
TW(> YOUNG LADIES WANT. ROOM
and board in respectable private
family, where no young men are
staying. Must be centrally located
and reasonable. E 761; care Times
Dispatch.
MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE WANT FUR
Illshed room and board (private fam?
ily preferred), or large room, no
board. Give address. Address C S00,
? are TlmcB-'Dispatch.
3Personal?.
) (0 M AN fl A fit BOUG HT AND SO LD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
M. GOLDSTEIN. LADIES' TAI LOP. A NO
SUIT MANUFACTURER; S. W COR?
NER SEVENTH AND FRANK LIN
STREETS, OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE;
MADISON r.lTr,. MONROE I053i
LADIES, IF YOU WANT YOUR SPRING
SUIT BY EASTER, GIVE YOUR OR?
DER NOW. FOR I CAN ONLY TAKE
A FEW MORE ORDERS TO BE
MADE BY THAT TIME. H. LEWIS.
LADIES' TAILOR. 202 N FIRST ST.
THE VIRGINIA HOME FOP. INFANTS.
Inc., ion W, Clay St.. Richmond, Va..
han several babies of refined parent?
age, from one month to one year
oif ago, which they wish to have,
adopted by responsible people. Ref?
erences will be required of all ap?
plicants. For particulars write or
. .,11._|
YOUR RE.%T ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON insures
best results.
The Richmond Chamber of Commerce, |
HHinioiiil. Va.. Mar.b JS. 1911.
THE RIGHT BEING RESERVED TO
anticipate the payment and to call I
for presentation for payment of the
third mortgage 6 per cent, gold bonds i
of the Richmond Chamber of Com- j
merce by a notice published for 30 !
days in ;t morning newspaper publish- \
ed in the <ity of Richmond! and that j
after the date fixed for puyment by I
said notice all Interest shall cease on !
said bonds; notice is hereby given
that said bonds will bo paid APRIL
2S, mil. on presentation nt the office
of the chamber, which will then be
located at Room 311; Mutual Build-,]
ihn. Richmond, Va.
THE RICHMOND
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
By R, A. DUNLQP. Secretary.
MARTIN A~ MAlVl'iX I'.AVR MuVED
10 lltl North sixth street.: temporary
hoadqun rt?- !':?
RELIABLE; TRANSKEI." ILLNER'S. '
. 302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunks
for 25 cents, valises 1 '. cents; claim j
checks issued at the house for your ;
baggage Two men on our wagon
We make a specialty of moving fur?
niture und pianos. Phone Madison
1445; residence phone Monroe' 2460,
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR
automobile painted for spring. Th& .
best work at R. Hi BOJHER'S SONS, !
15 South Ninth Street._j
BEST AUTOMOBILE PAINTING DONE
at R. II. BOSIIER'S SONS, 15 South |
_Ninth Street._)
SUITS DYED LIKE NEW .AT GILL'S. ]
3.5 N. Fifth._Phone 4S62._j
WE ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF|
our individual law offices from the!
Chamber of Commerce Building to!
Rooms 213-214-215 American Na-;
tlonal Bank Building, where wc shall]
be located until the completion of'
the Travelers' Building. HILL MON-!
T?G1IE. GE.DDES,. II. WINSTON
BROCK I:". NBRO UG HfLAMB._
YOUR RENT ~ ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON insu.as
best results._'
$5,000 FARM TO BE GIVEN AWAY.
Write quick for particulars. HOUSE
& BRO.. Oak City. N. C._
WANTED; THE PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAHMKE BROS, Jewelers, 912
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and sll- i
v?;r always taken in exchange.
?oai^u~tMoob.
HICKORY ST?VE^W?OD. '
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood in the city cut
to stove lengths? You can get It t
by 'phoning your order to Madison I
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
COMPANY. ?_
LONG'S WOOD IS EXACTLY LIKE ALLJ
good, dry. heating wood?It lists, and j
your work goes on smoother. H!s
coal makes ashes after it burns.
Madison 1069 and 1070._
PHONE US YOUR ORDERS FOR
wood and coal of quality. We are
here to please you. Madison 600?.
NORTHSIDE WOOD AND COAL CO.,
640 North Sixth Street.
Mutiny
THE ANNUAJ, MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tho Ron Air Com-1
party, of Virginia, will bo held in
Room ftirj. Mutual Building. TUES
_DAA\ April fi 191L at 12 M._
A GENERAL MEETING OF THE MEM -
hers of tho Mutual Assurance Society
against Fire on Buildings of the State
of Virginia will be held at the office
of the - society on MONDAY. April
17. 1?I1. at 1 P. M.
EDWIN A. PALMER,
Principal Agent.
gutomob?e for J&ale^
AUTOS FOR SALE.?PACKARD 30
$?; E. M. F. 30, $800: Flanders,road-j
ster. new. $760; Bulck model 17. $850:]
Btitck modol 10, $5.50: Crawford .10.
$650; Chalmers model K. $900; White
steamer. $750; Maxwell. S-250; Olds
mobile. $400, and many others. All
are 1910 or 1911 models, and wo
guarantco sill repairs free for ono
year on every car bought of us.
Bring us your car. Wo will turn It
Into cash. VIRGINIA AUTO CO.. -11
West Main,
DAILY PUZZLES
Vhat vehicle?
ANSWER TO VBSTRIIDAY'S I'UZZLBi
Poodle.
_ -j
_for I5>ale.
2V3 AX !U I NERY " ' FOR ' SALE ---WOUlJ
working machinery for sale. We have
a new combination mac hine which i
is a complete plaui ol high-grade in?
dividual machines, Including tenon
ing and morticing machines. Great?
est capacity, small space, price and I
power required; Terms are cash. I
Write for catalogue. AMERICAN
MACHINERY AND ENGINEERING
_ CO.. f.Q Church St.. New York City._|
FOR SALE. OIL PAIN'TIN" OF DREW i
ry's Bluff and James River by Lieut.'
Key. Done during the Confederate
' \\>.r. Can be seen at BIGGS. 5m E.j
; Main Street._$_'
! FOR SALE; TOP BUGGIES. S10 UDT?;
$120; one surrey. 335: one cab. onei
grocery wagon, $10. Farm wagons i
With wide tires, all sizes. THOS. H. j
DUKE & CO.. S?l Brook Ave._I
CHEAP FOR CASH TO QUICK BUYER.
grist mill. Hour mill and sawmill.
with good waterpower, located in
Cumberland county. Va. Address K.
i & E. C. STONNELL, Cumberland;
Va. R. No. 3._
?N E IRON SAFE. IN GOOD C?N?I
tlon. Apply at Ruom 707. American
National Bank_Building._?
ONE TYP 15 W RITER, SM ITH PR EM I Eli
make. Apply at Room 707. American
?auipimu nuya inuoneN
ON E RUBBER-TIRED RUNABOUT
S10. Several to.-, buggies, one Co?
lumbus rubber-tired surrey and one
open carpenter or painter s wagon.
These JoIjh are in good order and
painted. These are bargains. A.
MEY'S SONS. 731 East. Cary._
FOR SALE, FIN E ';. RET AIL STORE,
located in Virginia town of S.000,
making our own ice cream, cakes
and candy; doing 115.000 business:
established 15 years. Good reuson
for selling. Address D 697. care
_Times- DI spa tell._
FOR WAGONS. GO TO RICHARDSON
BROS.. 015 Brook Averse.
GROCERIES?CASH TALKING: DUN
lop Hour, per sack, 31c; Gold Medal
Hour, per sack, 42c; leaf lard, pound,
12 l-2c; water-ground meal, peck,
25c.; sugar-cured ham. per pound, I
17c; California ham. pound, 13 l-2c;
Irish potatoes. 20c. peck, per bushel, |
75c: good coffee, pound, 20c; balance!
of our stock same rate. AUGUST
GROCERY CO.. 611 and 613 East
Mashall. 'Phone Madison tr.?S-1222.
FOE SALE, NATIONAL CASH REGIS
ter, Dayton platform computing
scale. delivery wagon. Apply at
AUGUST GROCERY CO.. 611 and 613
East Marshall Street. Madison
phone 1506-1232._
SEVERAL PONY TRAPS AND PONY
runabouts in stock; can give you
most any style desired.
ONE RUBBER TIRED RUNABOUT
S.'C.; one steel tired high-grade bug?
gy: little used, $65; two steel tired
Concords, mo and 850; all second?
hand and in good shape.
A BIG STOCK OF LIGHT ONE-HORSE
surreys. Don't fall to see these he
fore they are sold.
RUBBER TIRED AND STEEL TIRED
business buggies; also a big line of
cut-under runabouts. Always see
our line of vehicles and harness be?
fore you buy.
AGENTS FOR THE "OLD HICKORY"
wagons. BRI STOW - \V ORSH A M CO.,
1 ?35 East Main.
FOR SALE. VEHICLES 'AND HAR
ness. Call o? B. C. BRISTOW. 11-13
15 N. Eighteenth Street, and get his
prices before you buy. Repairing a
spjeelalj v._,_
OUR WAGONS ARE SUITABLE FOR
every business. They are built to
stand the test. Large stock to se?
lect from; easy terms. A. MEYER'S
SONS. 7ni East Cary.
A NO. 50 BABY DE LA V. \77~iIRE.\M j
separator, aerator and a number 1
of five and ton-gallon milk cans, i
Address MEADOW BROOK FARM.'
pre wry'fi Bluff. Va.
X HgGH-GR?DE BREWSTER VICTO
rla. but little used. Address D 725.
care Times-Dispatch.
LUMBER; LATHS, ii SHINGLES, SASE,
blinds, doors. WOODWARD &. SON,
Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va.
P I N E S T AUTOMOBILE PAINTING
done at R. U. BOSHER'S SONS, 15
South Ninth Street.
FOR SALE. FIRST-CLASS BARBER
shop. Call for information at 510 W '
_Broad._
FOR. SALE. BROWN CAMERA: TAKES
beautiful pictures: perfect condition:)
3:1 cash. C QUO, care Times-Dispatch.
Wimtti.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF
of every description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1523 E.
Cary St. Phone Madison 3526._
WANTED. TO BUI FOR CASH. HOUSE
hold goods in any quantity. Phono
_Madisop 3851.
W ANTED, ! TWO OLD FE ATHERBBDS.
Don'l matter what condition tick is
In. Will call and pay highest cash
prices, all this week. A 517, care
Times-Dispatch.
i?oomg torJacnt.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR R EN T AT
Henry and Grace Streets. Address
E sol care Times-Dispatch.
T w O fi j RN lTIn^D~"iii?TS^ISl^C)R lig ht
housekeeping; also hall room. 710
East Franklin,
OFFICES FOR RENT?THREE ROOMS
and bath on basement floor of Gresh
am's Court, suitable for doctor's of?
fice, barber shop or otherwise. Ap
_ply to C. .1. TINDER. Managoiv_
F ? R N i S it E D ROOMS AND LIGHT
housekeeping rooms for rent: bath on
same floor. Apply 106 N. Seventh.
ROOMS. ?1 TO $3 PER WEEK. 915 E.
Marshall Street. _
FOR RENT. NICE FRONT ROOM FOR
three or four gentlemen. Apply
502 1-2 N. Fifth Street
"JSoarbtn?JJ" ^_
19 SlIfI FT II ST R f, ET. COR N iTfT E A ST
"Franklin. Excellent table board.
10 NORTH FIFTH STREET. CORNER.
EAST FRANKLIN?NEWLY FUR?
NISHED DINING ROOM; EXCEL?
LENT TABLS BOARD; SUPERIOR
_SERVICE. 16 A PER-tWEEKj_^_
SMALL BOARDING HOUSE: RBASON'
able rates. 1003 W. Graoo Street. ?
WANTED. BOARDERS FOR BEAUTI
ful nccond story front room, wJth
' privato bath. Address 103 E. .Qrfl.ce.
WANDTE?, SPRING AND SUMMER
hoarders: roferencea exchanged
i Rates reasonable. Write MRS. F. B
COSBY. Gordonsvllle. Va._
BOARDERS FOR VACANT ROOMS;
.uIbo table boarders desired. 209 E.
Grace,
j&eal estate aiianteb.
WANTKrJT^^OObY) TRACT' 6 j? PIN ft
or oak timber, two to ten million feet.
Give full details and estimate that
will stand investigation. Address It.
13. U. 115 Franklin Street. Peters?
burg, Va. ;
T?lJR r RENT ACCO?NT t'lI?CEU
. with N. BOWE & son Insures
best results.
WaNTEdT to TiENT'""OR LEASE A
small farm near Richmond, suitable'
for poultry raising Address C 640,
care Times-Dispatch '
_j^^VWiiiiz for male."
FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS;' OUR
new catalogue contains 400 farms 1
and timber lands; best bargains In {
Virginia. i pay your railroad fare, j
"Write for free catalogue Address
J. R. ISLAM. Box 287. CharlottosvlR?, ?
I _Va._I
HOME BARGAIN ?A GOOD SEVEN - \
room modern brick house, near Elev-;|
cnth and Clav Streets.; rents well and
never vacant; lias all conveniences:
$850 cash, balance to suit you. Call
at office. No Information ?iven over
phono positively?$2,850. AMOS ,\i
POJNDEXTER. 1110 E. Main._
?WANTED; TO SELL 25-FOOT IX>T ON
Monroe A vc'.( near West Street; a
j 50-foot lot on Franklin Street, near
Cleveland, and 100-foot lot on Leon?
ard, neur TUden, fronting both
Leonard and Kensington Streets. Ad- j
dress L? 1 'Jf* East Grace.
f?r'fSA.le, a NICE ; LITT LE PLACE
of six acres of land with house con-i
, taining seven rooms; hot and cold1
water, porcelain bath, etc.; brick
barn and outbuildings: within ten
minutes" drive of the central oart of
the city. Address E 783. care Times
Div'atch._ _
BUILDING SITE, 5,0x140, NORTH
Avenue, opposite Norwood: a beauti?
ful lot and has sewerage. Price, $15
per foot. Address C 010, care Times
__i_P_tcfr_
YOUR ~ RENT ACCOUNT! PLACED
with N. w. BOWE & SON Insures
best results. j
W1IY SPAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN
own your own home at a monthlv
payment less than rent? We will
build or buy you a home or pay
off the mortgage, and allow you to i
return same at the rate of 37.50 per
mouth for each $1,000, together witli
5 per cent, simple Interest. For
information address B. A. RICHARD?
SON, JR.. District Manager. No. 408
American National Bank Building.
Richmond. Va. _' _
for~sa le7new detached frame
dwelling near Chlmborazo Park; all
modern Improvements; right up-to
dato. For terms apply 316 North
Thirty-Sixth Street. ______
YOUR NEEDS ARE OUR CHIEF CON
cern. Be sure to see us before vou
buy. d. N. WALKER & CO.. Real
Estate and Insurance. No. 1 Mutual
Bulldlntr._
^ealCgt?te for ^cntT3
HOTEL SOUTHERN FOR SALE or
rent, on account of death of oroprie
tor. Lovely situation; nice house.
Apply V. a DOWLING, Boydton. Va.
no. "3 east BROAD STREET; best
shopping section; very large store:
thoroughly modern. J. A. CON NE L
LV & co_
FOR RENT. A NICE SUBURBAN
place. hulf-mUo of city; house seven
rooms, bath, etc.; six acres land.
C G39, care Times-Dlspatclw-_
if YOUR PROPERTY IS VACANT
now, or is going to be later on. bn
sure to give up a memorandum of it.
D. n. WALKER <fc co.. Real Estate
and Insurance. No. 1, Mutual Build
? n p._,
$lais lav i&eriL :
second FLOOR?THREE NICE. un
furnished rooms; private bath and
back porch; all connecting. 520 n.
Ninth Street.
Miscellaneous.
TO LADIES. HAIR GOODS?we ARE
selling real l.alr puffs: best French
quality; great bargains. 221 Broad
Street._
ladies; yes. we recolor or
remake faded "switches; puffs, etc.
Our prices are very moderate. THE
RELIABLE HAIR STORE. 221 Broad
Street._?_
HAIR.?LADIES. YOUR HAIR IS IM
portant. Your cut hair or combings
made Into beautiful switches, puffs,
pompadours, wigs, frontpleces. etc.,
in the most artistic manner. Charges
very moderate 221 Broad Street._
HAIR,?TO LA DTE Si PUFFS! PUFFS! ;
Those pretty hair putts, mude from
your own combings or cut' hair;
charges very moderate. 221 Broad
_Street._
LA DIES' HAH: SHAMPOOING/. rMANl
curlng, hair ?R?ssing, facial massige!
Children's hair cutting a specialty.
RICHMOND HAIR EMPORIUM. 221
Broad Street._
sTlO!-: repairing."
MEN'S SHOES HALF- SO BE D. 50c,,
nailed. Ladies' shoes, 40c. at\d chil- |
dren's#25 cents and up, according to i
size. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE I
FACTORY, 716 East Main. ' 1
HATTERT.
THE AMERICAN HAT CO. WISHES TO j
announce their removal from 404 i
to their new quarters. 50l East Mar?
shall, corner Fifth. Custom-made I
hats. Stetson styles. Hat repairing!
neatly done, cleaned, blocked, etc. j
Full line of hats and caps constantlv
kept on hand at rock bottom prices.
Get under a .Marshall hat and smile.!
SHOE i.REPAIRING SPECIAL
75C. MEN'S HALF-SOLES REBATED j
to. 50c; ladies' 60c hulf-soles rebated;
to 40c;'every pair sewed; no nails.no
pegs: best leather. Cut out this
coupon ami bring with shoes before
Match "31st. We cannot send for
shoes at this special price. DREW'S
ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, No. 716
East Main Street._
'? BAKERY.
CHOICE PIES. 10c: THREE, 25c;
four-pound raisin cake. 50c.: three
pound chocolate jelly roll. 25c
DRINKARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth.
MATTRESSES! MATTRESSES!
AVE SEND FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN
the morninc. make it over like new,
and return it to you the same day.
New liHir mattresses ;i Specialty. JA
COB UMIAuf. Phone Madison 32?2.
MATTRia_rs_!3'a.
HAVE YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE
now: sanitary methods used; reliable
work. SYDNOR & HUNDLEY, 711
East Broad Street. Madison 3204.
wXtCTi RErPAIRlNo]
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR
cleaned by WM. TOBIEN. JR., Is a
guarantee that It Is done properly,
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
SI; main springB, $1. 408 E??? Broad
Street All work guaranteed.
dyeing and CMS?nTncT
SUITS SCOURED AND PRESSED. 75c.
at GILL'S. 325 N. Fifth._
DYEING AND~ CLEANING.
THE BEST DYEING AND CLEAN
ing can be found at GILL'S. Suits
scoured and pressed, 75c 325 North
Fifth_Phone 4x62. ?_
SPRING;- CLEANING.
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH
vacuum cleaners quickly and cheaply
In vour home, on the floor: no bother
taking up or moving anything. Will
call and give estimate if you send
address to "VACUUM CLEANER
BOYS." 15 E. Marshall. Phono Madi?
son 2949-J. Wo uro salesmen for
band and electric cleaners, from $15
to. SI25.
ygottlttp] *$ct anb HiUc? StocU^
FOR S^LeT^SoD^bIg SlX-VloAlt'oLD
mule, little'thin: price. $100. Sold foi?
wani of list1. Can be seen at 18 S.
Tenth StrceL
I ?uxtton ^alc?r -future 33ajt??.
The ValentineAuction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
i 6 18 EAST BROAD Sit', j
SODA FOUNTAIN AND CO AR STAND. !
STOCK OF CIGARS. CIGARETTES
AND TOBACCO, AT AUCTION.
On account of making a change In
business, ive will soil for Mr. Albert I
Sublet! his Sods Fountain; Showcases,
stock of Tobacco, etc., located at No. i
1.007 Fast Main Street (m store of I
Owens & Minor Drug Company), at t
public auction,
T HIS THURSDAY, MARCH 30.
at 3:80 o'clock P. M..
consisting of a "Llppincott" Onyx Soda
Fountain, with handsome mirror cabi- j
net top and long side mirrors; foun?
tain has one soda and two mineral
water faucets and twelve syrup cans:
Oak Marble Top Soda Counter, six]
Steel Soda Tanks. 1 I-toot Unk Wall j
Tobaco Case, with mirror centre; two
T-foot Oak Silent Salesman Cigar
Showcases, with humidors; one Oak
Roll Top Desk, four Soda Fountain
Stools, one Window Seat, etc. Also
stock of cigars, embracing well-known
brands, such as "Hohrier, "El Toro."
"Hoffman Mouse." "El preferenele."
"Hernsheim." "Luxello,"' "Monogram."
"Royal Robe." eta Also u well se?
lected stock of Smoking and Chewing
j Tobaccos and Cigarettes, about 5,000
Views or Richmond Post Cards', lot of
; Candy in boxes, etc.
1 Sale positive, either in detail or as
a whole. It desired, satisfactory ar?
rangements can be made for lease tit
present location, which Is considered
one of the best stands for tills business
j In the city
THE VALENTINE A POTION CO., '
Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION PA EE
OF
BRICK STORE. NO. 409.NORTH THIR?
TIETH STREET.
In execution of a deed of trust, dated |
March 4. 1909. and recorded In the i
clerk's office of Richmond Chancery I
Court, D. B. 201 D. page 113. default;
having been made in the payment of a
portion of the debt therein secured,
I will sell by auction, on the premises/
on
THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911.
at ?r o'clock P. M.,
the abovf mentioned storr?, which is
comparatively new and up-to-date bus.
iness property, with living apartments |
above.
TERMS: Cash.
H. R. POLLARD, JR..
Trustee.
P. S.?While the terms of sale re?
quire cash, we will be glad to loan any?
one $2,500 on the properly for the term
of two years; Interest, 6 per cent.
By Pollard & Bagby.
AUCTION SALE FOR A PARTY LEAV?
ING THE CITY OF NO. G03 NORTH
TWENTY-SIXTH STREET; NICE
DETACHED SIX-ROOM HOUSE.
We will sell at auction, on the
premises.
THURSDAY, MARCH 30TH.
at 5:30 o'clock P. M..
the above mentioned desirable home.
Terms: $350 cash, balance long time.
POLLARD & BAGBY, Auctioneers.
&eal verrate tor j^aij^
Floyd Avenue
One square from Laurel Street. 11
rooms. Hot water heat. Electric
lights. Owner anxious to sell.
Chas. A. Rose Co.
6 North Ninth Street.
Glen Allen
With its liberal garden lot? and pleas?
ant woodlands for colored people. Is
twenty minutes from Elba Station.
The commutation fare is twelve cents.
?fteal ??tat? tor 3\ent
~"~"~FOR RENT.
No. 3 East Broad St.
BEST SHOPPING SECTION.
Very large store. Thoroughly mod
J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T.-D.i 3-30-11"?It
?uetfoii ^aUS, jfuturc_53a|&
PUBLIC AUCTION;
Default haying been made In the
payment of a certain demand note
dated April -'9. 1909. for $5,000. with
legal interest from said date, we will,
at the request and for the account of
the bolder of said note, sell at public
auction, for cash, at tho Richmond
Stock Exchange, No. 1015 East Main
Street. Richmond. Va.. at 12:25 P.'M.,
on
FRIDA V. APRIL 7. 191 1,
the following securities pledged as
collateral for sab] note, or so injich
thereof as may he required to pay the
principal and interest' thereof, via:
."iH shares capital stock Smith Cotton
Mill Co.; Bessemer City. N. C.; 25 shares
Harris Manufacturing Co.. North Car?
olina: i.". shares capital stock Green?
ville Water and Power Co.. Emporla,
Va.; 5 shares capital stock The Foun?
tain Co.. Tarhoro. N. i \; 5 shares pre?
ferred capital stock Trainer Spinning
Co,. Philadelphia, Pa.: 57 _ shares
capital stock Emporia Cotton Mill Co..
; Emporla, Va.
DAVENPORT & COMPANY.
"AUCTION SALE.
We will sell at public auction, for ac?
count of whom it may concern, tit the
j Richmond Stock Exchange. No. 1015
East Main Street, Richmond, Va., on
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1911.
at 12:25 P. M.,
! the following securities, viz:
$21,000 Southern Ice Corporation col?
lateral trust mortgage 6% bonds, due
, 1931, and 100 shares Southern Ice Cor?
poration stock,
l Right is reserved to sell all or any
I part of the above securities.
DA V BNI 'Ol IT & CO.
The Valentine Auction Co.
AUCTIONEERS
O i e EAST BROAD ST.
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE
OF
STOCK OF CLOTHING, SHOES. NO?
TIONS. ETC.. NO. 17 NORTH SEV?
ENTEENTH STREET.
Pursuant to a decree of the District
Court of the Unite,] States for th?
Eastern District of Virginia, entered
on March 28, 1911. in the matter of
Hyman Segal, bankrupt, we will sell,
for cash, on the premises, No. 17 North
Seventeenth Street, commencing at 12
o'clock noon,
FRIDAY. MARCH 31.
Hie stock of merchandise and store fix?
tures belonging to said bankrupt, con?
sisting of Men's and Youths'. Suits and
Trousers. Men's. Boys' and Ladles'
Shoes. Overalls. Hats. Caps. Underwear.
Top Shirts, Hosiery. Notions. Jewelry.
Showcases, Stove, etc.
Sale positive. 12 o'clock Friday.
Everything to be moved day of sale.
TERMS: Cash.
C. RTDGWAY MOORE.
Receiver.
11. W. Goodwyn. Trustee.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
Auctioneers.
Vital Estate for ^ale^
Grace Street
North side. East of Second Street.
Three modern fiats. Large lot. by full
depth to alley. Enhancement of value
sure.
Chas. A. Rose Co.
? 6 North Ninth Street.
3&ealJ?State for 3Rent _
GREEN & REDD'S
Rent List
HIS West Avenue, it rooms (fur?
nished) .$C00
1122 West Main Street, S rooms.. 4S0
1802 Grove Avenue, 7 rooms. 40?
2606 West Main Street, 9 rooms... 360
3000 E. Main Street, 9 rooms. 360
202 N. Strawberry Street, 7 rooms 330
1727 Floyd Avenue, 7 rooms. 330
1212 N. 23d Street. 9 rooms. 270
Corner West and Wallace Streets, 6
rooms . ISO
13 N. 29th Street. 7 rooms. 141
90S West Main Street. 7 rooms, 2d
flat (heat free). 450
Bellcvue Apartment, No. 1, 7 rooms 420
IOL'0 W. Main St., 4 rooms, 1st fiat, 270
501 W. Grace. 1st and 2d Hals 9
rooms. 4SO
30 NORTH NINTH STREET*
POR RENT.
THE ALII AMBRA HOTEL.
(One block from "Murphy's.")
FOR RENT.
BROAD STREET STORES
(Best locations; cheapest rentals.)
J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T.-D., 3-30-ll?lt
FOR RENT.
Elegant Offices in the
National Bank of Virginia
Building
NINTH AND MAIN STREETS.
Single offices or in suites. Recently remodeled and delightfully
arranged. Heat, light, Janitor and elevator service.
GREEN & REDD,
Ninth and Franklin.
Phones: Monroe 2100; Madison 3107.
<1 : ?: ?
Hotel
Grafton
Conn. Ave.& De Sales St.
Washington, D. C.
American Plan
In the heart ot Fash?
ionable Washington,
convenient to all
points of Interest.
High-class accom?
modations, with best
of culslno and ser?
vice at moderate
prices. Cars at door to
Depot and all Points
of Interest.
TERMS 1N C LIJ l> C M El A L S.
.'SlttCR Room, 13.00 per dnyt 9120.00 per week.
Double Room for two people, #0.00 to fS.OO per dnyj $35.00 to ?.'.0.00.
per week.
DotihK Room and llnth, for two people, ?9.00 to $12.00 Per day;
S.IO.Og to 970.00 per week,
Parlor, Ucdroon) and Until, for two people, $12.00 tu (tlil.oo per dayi
,$70:00 to $05,00 per week.
Our iicr, nddlllon nlTordft ninny iiddltionnl comfort*.
Summer Heinum HARRINGTON MILLS, Proprietor.
Duck wood In?, KIRICPHOOF, Shawnce-ou-Delnwar*. Pn.
Eighteen Appeals Acted On. j
Progress of Y. M. C. A. Cam- 1
paign Fund.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.l
Kalelgh, X. C.. March 20?Opinions
in eighteen appeals were delivered this
evening by the Supreme Court Th<5
I cases and decisions follow: Person vs'M
Person, from Franklin, affirmed: Exum
? vs- A. C. L. Railroad, from Edgecombo. t
jafllrmod; Standard Supply Co. vs. Finch
and Person, from New Hanover, re?
versal; Summit Silk Co. vs. Ninston
Spinning Company, from Lenolr, no er?
ror; Hardy vs. Aetna Elfe Insurances
i company, from Lenolr, ho error- Kin- .
fcton Cotton Mills vs. Rocky Mount Ho
siery Company, from Lenolr. modified
and nfhrmed, costs against defondant: i
Slate vs. Thomas Demon, from Wake,
no error; Miller vs. a. C. Li. Railroad
Company, from. Wayne, allirmed; Hug
gins vs. City- of Ooldsboro, from
w ayne, remanded, costs divided be?
tween plaintiff and defendants. Waters
and Bordrn; Lee and Godwin vs. New
Hampshire Fire Insurance Companv.
rrom Harriett, moditlnd arid afllrmod.'
tost?, against appellant: State vs
Fatilk. from Robeson. reversed: Bowen
vs. Perkins, froift Columbus, new trial;
Currle vs. Gllclirist, from Scotland, dis?
missed for failure to llle tn-ief; Godwin
vs; Norfolk and Southern Railroad
Company, from Wake, affirmed; Shad- ;
ing vs. Goldsboro Traction Co., ftom i\
Wayne, affirmed; Stat* vs. Nancy Cot?
ton, from Wake, affirmed: State vs.
Mario Turner, from Wake, affirmed:
Steinmetz vs. Kilpatrlck, from Duplln,
afllrmed.
The Y. M. C. A. building fund climb?
ed to-day $S,923, the pledges aggregat?
ing to-night $17.582, with-only S17,4St ,
to be raised in the three days remaining^
of the canvass. One corporation gavyf
$2,500 to-day. and there were indlvldu.ll
subscriptions of $1.000 bv B. F- Mon
tague and $."500 by C. B. Edwards. The ;
workers are now absolutely confident ;
of raising the SG5.000 required.
State Commls?ioner of Insurance .T.
, B. Young lo-dav directed the Chief of
! Police In Charlotte to arrest J. .T. Ar?
lington there as the roprcsentatlvo of
the Fraternal Order of Owls, on the
charge of soliciting mcmbers,hio for an
unlicensed order, the Owls having no >|
llcenso to place their fraternal Insur?
ance In North Carolina.
The American Cn'on Fire Insurance,
Company, of Philadelphia. and the
Northwestern National Fire Insurance
Company, of Milwaukee, made applica
t'on t?-day to bo admitted through
State license to do business in this
State, and. the licenses will bo Issued
as; soon as the preliminary conditions
are complied with.
There are being sent out from tho
State Department of Education the
checks to the various counties particl- s
patlng for their portion of the second J
$100.000 State appropriation for pro?
viding the minimum four months school S
terms of public schools. This year >
there was only $92.500 available, on
account of the $7.500 rural library ap- '
proprlation having to come out of this
fund every second year.
NEW ROADWAY ASSURED.
Will Open T'p Direct Route from Wash?
ington to Valley of Vlrginln.
[Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.]
Leesbtirg. Va.. March 29.?Residents
of this city and Washington, at a good
roads meeting held hero, were told
that tho proposed model highway be?
tween this city and Washington was
assured. The new roadway, which will
be built for tho use of automobile^ and
other vehicles, will take the place of
the present Goorgotown-Looshurg
Turnpike. Money enough has been pro?
vided by Virginia, the county and pri?
vate subscriptions to build tho pike
from Langloy to Chain Bridge. Tho
new road, It was explained, will open
up a new direct route from Washing?
ton to the Valley of Virginia.
INJURED IN FALL FROM TRAIN.
White Mttn Tnken to LynchbnrfC Hos?
pital In Serious Condition.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lvnchburg, Va.. March 29.?T>. R.
Simmons, a white man. Is at the Hygela
Hospital here suffering from injuries
1 received by falling from a westbound
Norfolk and Western passenger train
ten miles west iof Lynchburg. Sim- .;,
nions refuses to tell more about him?
self than his name, declining to talk ;,
about himself or his people.
While he is painfully hurt, it is not .
thought his Injuries are serious.
---
Gi?t? Absolute Divorce.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.] v
Suffolk. Va.. March 29.?Mrs. Telsea.
Miller. In the City Circuit CoUrt to?
day was granted a decree of absolute :.
divorce. from her husband. Henry T.
I Miller. The mother Is given custody
of the two children.
RESOLUTIONS
At a meeting of the Blackstono W.
C. T U.. March 15, 1911, representing
a membership of 120. the following1 ;
preamble and resolutions" were unani?
mously adopted:
Whereas, the action of the Anti
Saloon League in adopting the report)
of the legislative committee, especial?
ly that portion of it which referred to
[the "wet" newspapers of the State, has ,;
been criticized bv said papers, and the
chairman of the committee. Rev. Dr.
James Cannon, denounced: therefore,
resolved,
1st. That we, as a union, most hear?
tily and unreservedly indorse the ac?
tion of tho convention.
2d. That we protest against the un?
merited and slanderous abuse which .
has been heaped upon Dr. Cannon per?
sonally by The, Times-Dispatch of Feb?
ruary 20 and by some other "wet"
newspapers. Bolleving him to he the
u isest and safe$.t loader In the tern*
peranco cause in our State, and know?
ing him to bo one of the most conse?
crated of men. we bid him Godspeed. .1;
3d; That we urge our temperance
workers to banish from their homes
the "wet" newspaners. because they,
belittle the temperance workers, dam?
age tho cutis?.' and exert a baleful- in?
fluence, not only upon our boys anflj
girls, but upon the whole community.''
thus hindering our temperance work.
Ith. That we pledge, our s-upport to-'|
our brothers, who are in the thick of
1 the light for State-wide prohibition,
and pray God to hasten the day when
"Old Virginia" shall be free from tho
curse of strong drink.
MRS. W. E. GARRETT. Pres't.:
! M KS R. L. SULLIVAN. Trens.;
MRS .1. S. ROBERTSON. R. Sec'y :
; MKS. B T. WHIT Fl, Cor. Sec'y;.
MKS II H SF. AY.
! MRS. W. B. JETT,
MKS. .!. C. REED.
MKS. OED. P. ADAMS,!*
MP.S. K. B. STONE,
MRS .1 i? DEBERRY; ?
Committee.
&tal C?tatf for &aic.
ONLY $5,000 WILL PURCHASE
Two Corner Brick
Dwellings
ON f.
Marshall Street
Renting to good tenants for flSOpoi
annum. Special bit-gain. Se.e nr. to-.
day sure '
A. J. CHEWNING COMPAN Y,

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