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p - one cent per word when paid in advance. No Ad. taken for iesa than TEN CENTS. _ NO ADS. TAKEN for VESS THAN TWENTY. FIVE CENTS when phoned in ?r charged at the counter. Classification not guaranteed etiler 9: *9 P. M. FOR BUSINESS CON TRACTS Phone Monroe 1 tot the WANT AD. MAN to call. Cost] on^ibadow street orTon Monument Avenue or Allen or Park Avenues, yolfl bead necklace. Sunday afternoon. Finder please return to 1832 Park Avenue. "WANTED, A good man, BETWEEN the ages of 23 and 45, for soliciting ; end collecting for the Southern Hospital and Dispensary Corpora- ! tlon; references; $50 cash, $0o per month salary, and 20 per cent of, the ] business. Contract from is months to 2 years. Apply at 1228 Last Hroad Street, from c to 8 P. m. auto school;.?oldest; largest ? und best-equipped and only real practical auto schejol in thlr, section. Open day and night the year around. Call and see for yourself. Our sat? isfied pupils are our references. richmond AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 318 W. Broad Street. TV A N T EDI TW ? jACTIVB,. EDUCAT E D men of strong personality for special work in Richmond. Address DO DD. M LAD & CO., 443 Fourth Ave. New I York City. N. Y._ ex PK Iii ENCED BA K er ~W ANTE!) AT once; must give, references. Address a 507, care Tirnes-Dlspatch. WA NT JOD. EXPERIENCED JOB FlTKlT er.i Apply COTTRELL <fc C?O EE, 1315 Ross Street._ v/ANTED. AT ONCE. A REGISTERED druggist for town In Eastern Vir? ginia; no Sunday hours: unmarried prof erred. Address j 012. care Times Dispatch._ V: A N TED. 1 OX.PEIU^TnT/e E> BA11BKK at No. 16 W. Broad strcetj_ WANT KD, AT^tTnCK. T\VO HARNESS makers: steady work: good wages; Sober men only. MILLER & gLEA SON, Newport Now si Va. 1\ KN ;\VA NTED! TO Li EARN PLXJMBIN Q. electricity, bricklaying in three months. Positions secured. Cata? logue free GREAT EASTERN trade SCHOOL. Twenty-third and Sahsom Sir eets. Phil a d el phi a. v. a NTED. M EN, TO LEA un BARBE R trade-; only eight weeks required: wages after first month. Steady po? sition guaranteed, Write for cita locue. MOLE1VS BARBER COL LE< Ik. 207 Bowery New York City. YOUNG MAN WITH SELLING ABIL Ity to handle first-clans HUbscriDtloh1 proposition In business section of city, Call Monday between k and 10 A. M. 7I!>_ K. Grace. ' GRONEMEYER. WANTED. FOR U. S. ARMY. ABLE bodied, unmarried men. between ages of 18 and 25; citizens of United Stateo. of gooJ character and temperate hab? its, who can speak, read and write the English lantruaue For information ap? ply to RECRUITING OFFICE. 820 e.131 Broad St., Richmond. Va,: 151 Sycrtmora St . Petersburg. Va. or Columbia Bulld ir.fr. Gra.?:by_St.. Norfolk. Va._ .WAITED.; A DOU I '? LE- ENTRY BOOK keeper; one willing to helb In a tren eral store also. None but a sober, competent, industrious man need ap? ply State walary expected. A. L PITTS. Arvonin. Vh gw..ii.ii.m.?? ??? wwww .i.iihiii. ^(uiationl 5'<Hantcb, j :!.-'r. 15 b?/KKEEPER WA NT S""'" P 6 SIT I ON. Address FRANCIS. 10i2 West Main. ii^iiuanijui iliUmuca. rjjrtmniz. liADY STENOGRAPHER : DESIRE*S TO change position May 1. Not. rapid, hut neat and accurate. References furnished. Address .i 'il ?, cart? Times i dspatch. ^)?lp, ft\alt anb Jfemale. ip-.YS'" ANI>" GI'rLS?>ELl/ T W EN'T'Y fo'ir pieces of our goods,, 10 cents each; receive camera and complete outtlt free: goods Bent free. LOESS | SPECIALTY CO.. 4113 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. Department D, Ii i g h^giTa de "Salesman, with I grit and determination, to sell coun? try merchants and doctors; excep- ; tionnl opportunity and very remu-| noratlvo for right man shbeht CO.. McCJ ? ?Pan d Ml d g I .??x i n gtomKy ; ?TiSlantcrj, jfemale. ?" WOMAN TO COOK AND CLEAN CP: j best wages to one well recommended. 17 West Cory. Coai and (i^loo? h1ck?ry' stove" wood. tO you want a load of the bezr""hiekGry wood in the city cut to stove lengths? You can get it ? by 'phoning your order to Madison ; 411. Deliveries promptly made. vir- '. ginia-nortii carolina wheel ' company. j Duality and quantity are guaranteed from us. Wc have oak, pine or slab wood, and our prices j are right. We please everybody, j 'Phone Madison 69KJ. north CARO LINA wood AND COAL CO.. S27 | Brook Avenue. LONG's WOOD IS BXACTbT LlK E~all ,?ood, dry, heating wood?It Pisls. and your work goes on smoother. h's coal makes ashes after It burns. Madison 1060 and 1070. $?ntttU*?h53?2- 0U? ILWt L*'>i'Gf H. '1'11 OlTouGil BR1.0 D iR/TIkKJS, < s C.)i 80c. per 15. SI.5? for 30. .<! pei _ 100._R. It. CUYLEE. Brandon. Va. ? t T E N T I O N, l; 1: E E DERS! DICK Wilives. .ir., blue ribbon winner at States Pair: PilU?,o. 10^. imporrted: IC rian<ls .lack, at MECHAN1CSVILLEI STOCK FARM, Strain &. Son. Route! I. Richmond, ya/;. i FOR SALE. TWO MODEL INli^fJOR j brooders cheap'; 150-chlclten size, Box' 1 S?, Frederlcksbur'g, Va. foe sali:, twe.vi'y ACRES on the Richmond and Petersburg electric inn-1 as h whole or in live-acre lots 5s LAND, care Times-Dispatch ,\ Manchester. Va. k K C O N D-H A n D MACHINERY OK of every descriptirn bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 e. Cary St. Phone *fadi>;ori ,^526^ SvANTED. 50 ">I.D FF ' ^It BEDS at once- .-t. old *%m9 ol" ar>v kind. V tost a 1. ess K 631. care iTIi 'ispatcli: ? : ? >???. ?WANTED. TO1 3UY FOh CjifS&l HOIISK" hold goods In any quantity. Phon? >'.,.l!?.ir, 3>tr,!. ^ ^utonto?tlc? (or ^>alc J.-OR SAfcE CHEAP. THE FOLLOWINf} slightly used cars: One 15-30 Steam;: tov lonnean;- two White gas cars; one Oakland -10. Apply lo W. W. WJNGO, ICH W. 15road St. Phone M n d i 80n SK>- or 2S7 7-.L iaiis"" cjTas. *k. BOWEftsr nr.' 'east Franklin. handsomely appointed rooms, with board; large, well-ven? tilated dining room, opening on See ? oud Street Mcalu by dtty or wcclt. DAILY PUZZLES Those: L_ Spots wiul come out ei What kind ?t glass? ANSWER TO YESTKRUAY'S i'l'ZZLEi 'l'u Up. Jfor ^ale._ i TRYON?'OE OLTR WAGONS. THEY arc rriu.dc of the best material und workmanship; fnlly guaranteed for i year; largest assortment In Ihc eitv to select from: open or top. Easy terms. A MEYER'S .sons. t:ii Basti Cary._l RADIATORS AND BOILERS FOR a team healing plants; good as new. i ?il. BLUFORD .&. CO. _| l?'?R' S?LB, TWENTY ACRES ON THE Richmond, and Petersburg electric road, as u whole or In live-acre loin. Address LAND, care Times-Dispatch Otliee, Manchester, Va._ FOR SALE. ALL OR: ANY; PART OF the following stocks; :;00 shares Youitg American Gold Mining Com? pany, Goochland county, each share carries ">m cents rebate coupon; HO shares each aeries A and B Tel epos t with convertibles; 15 shares each se? ries B and C Oxford Linen, with con? vertibles. Address "SELLER." P. O. _ gg* 8ST- N'"lfollt- V?-_ ONi: IRON SAFE, in GOOD CONDI tion. Apply at Room 707. American National Hank Buildinir._ pitOCERIEBrrCASH;i TADKINO: DUN lop Hour, per sack. 34c; Gold Medal flour, per Hack, 12c; leaf lard, pound, 12 l-2c: water-ground meal, peck. 25c; sugar-cured ham. per pound. J7c: 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. Cl! and 613 East _Mashall. 'Phone Midison 4506-1 232. FOR SALE. TWO GOOD MULES sound and good workers; weights, 1.000 and 1,250 pounds. 11 W. Duval St reet._ FOR: SALE, NATIONAL'CASH. REOIS ter. Dayton platform computing scale. 'delivery wagon. Applv at AUGUST GROCERY CO.. 611 and 013 Ktist Marshall Street. Madisor phone 4506-1 232. FO R. SALE. TWO SECOND NATIONAL cash registers, slightly used: one prints check; one total adder. Will gell half-price; cash or credit. G 621, care Times-Dispatch; ron sali:. ha rn'-ss PONY. BUGGY. CART AND 2300 Fibyd Avenue. FOP. WAGONS. GO TO RICHARDSON BROS.. 015 Brook Avenue. ?\eal C?tati: formale. YOUR'n e eds AI tE^OUR ClTnfF~CON cern. Be sure to see tic before vou buy. Li. n. WALKER & CO.. Real Estate and Insurance. No. 1 Mutual Building. fop SALE or RUNT. HOTEL SOUTH- ? orn. account death proprietor. Nice place; good patronage. V. A. DOW-' LING. Southern Railroad. Boydton. Va._?_ I BARTON "?TTlGl ITS?NEW~~H0M E" S rooms, electric light!;, garden, upper rind lower back porches: floored attic with -slatis; varnished Hoots; kalsomincd wallt. Easy payments, phone Madison 3121-L. ?300 Miller AvenueJ FC 'KS ? le. TWENTY AC RES~on TUE Iii- ?:. i and Pett r- bin u elect ric road, as a w hole or in five-acre lots. Address LAND, care Times-Dispatch p(flee. -Manchester, Va. :_. ;?j-r- ? . . . 'i K-!?nu?rv?~ &cai Estate for i\eut. for""" rent, a nTce Suburban place of 0 acres: house 7 looms: hot and cold water, bath, ete ; good out? buildings; located on the Bowling Green Road, about one-fourth mile Crom city limits. Address GIlAS. B. KEPPLERi R. Fi D. J, City._ if YOUR PROPERTY IS VACANT now, or is going to be later on. l.n sure to give us a memorandum of it. D. N. WALKER & co.. Real Estate and Insurance. No. 1, Mutual Build? ing. _ %cal^ ?statc t??antclJ. WANTED. EXCHANGE GOOD PAYING city property, worth $3.300, for a farm, about 30 to 40 acres, no more than six to eight miles of Richmond. K '"-77. care Times-Dispatch. &oom? for &ehti SU E. CL A Y?CLEAN, NEWLY nishrd "nail room; bath; phone. FUR THE WELLINGTON, 914 E. CLAY ST. Central. Phone Madisnn 2200-.i. FOR RENT. NICE FRONT ROOM FOR three or four gentlemen. Apply 502 1-2 N. Fifth Street Ellars tor j&cnr. FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS AND BATH. Oof North Tw. nty-sixth Street GRACE ST.. FIRST" floors for rent. 50] W. second AND not It !e to contractors? SCHOOL. NOTICE IS HKKBY GIVEN TO CON tractors and builders that sealed pro? posals will be received by J.' CAR' PR. Chairman, for the School Board of Danville. Va-, until April 2i::t, 1911. at 2:30 P. M.. for the fur? nishing of material and labor and I erecting und completing a brick I school building, 11 rooms and audi j tori u rn. Plans and specifications can be j obtained from Pottlt ?t Cave. Archi? tects. Herman Building, Danville, Va. The School Hoard reserves the right to accept any or reject, any or all proposals tendered. The Richmond Chamber of Commerce. Richmond. Va.. March 2S. 191 f. , THE RIGHT BEING RESERVED TO anticipate the payment and to call ! for presentation for payment of the. j third mortgage 6 per cent, gold bonds of the. Richmond Chamber of Com? merce by a notice published for 30 j days in a morning newspaper publish? ed in the city of Richmond; and that I after tne date fixed f?r payment by said notice all interest shall cease on I said bonds: notice is hereby given that said bonds will be paid APRIL1 28, 1911, on presentation at the office of the chamber, which will then be located at Room 311. Mutual Build? ing, Richmond, Va. THE RICHMOND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. By R. A. DUNLOP. Secretary. \VANTEL~'THE~ PUBLIC TO KNOW that JAHNK1-: BROS, .Jewelers, 912 East Main Street, buy r.ell, exchange and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE LATEST.STYI.ES. Old gold and sil? ver nlwayn__takon_ itl_c_xcha.nga._ SPRING -.LEANING. CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH vacuum cleaners quickly and cheaply In your home, on the. Hour: no bother taking up or moving anything'. Will call and give estimate If you send address to "VACUUM CLEANER HOYS," 15 E. Marshall. Phono Mon? roe 29 IS-.I. We are salesmen for hand and' electric cleaned a, from $lo to $125. iHi?ceUatteous*. ' ifATT^R et3s Ens. HAVR YOUR MATTRESSES REMADE uow: sanitary methods used; roliabl? work. 6YDNOR & HUNDLEY. 711 East Broad Street. Madison 'J2U4. FINE UNJIOLST BRING AND MAT> TRESSES. FURNITURE REPAIRED AND UP holstered; tnattresscB made over llko new; furniture and china packed and shipped. JACOB UMLAUF. Phone 3292._ ~ DYEING AND GLEANING. SUITS SCOURED AND PRESSED. 75c. at GILL'S. 325 North Fifth. WIN DOW CLEANING. WANING AND STAINING FLOORS, carpet and matting laying: general house cleaning. WILLIAM .JOHNSON. Monroe 0120. SIIOE 11 EPa"iR ING SPECIAL?IF YOU cut out this coupon and brin? with Shoes before April 7. rebate of 20 cents allowed. Men's half solos, 75 t cents, rebated to 05 cents: ladies'. 00 cents, rebated to 10 cents. Every pair sewed with waxed flax thread. No nails. No pegs. Best leather. Royal rubber '?cels. 25 cents. Trend Air rubber heels, 10 cents. O'Sulll van rubber heels. 50 cents. DREW'S ELECTRIC: SHOE FACTORY. 710 E. Main Street._ rTTThTer" GOODS r EPA Ir e D?RUB ber boots, overshoes, raincoats re? paired and altered: hot-water bags, syringes, etc. DREW'S ELECTRIC "RUBBER.FIX." 710 e. Main Street. Prione .Moiiroi- 2007. [LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT of newest styles In millinery, suits, flresKes, all kinds of ready-made sar iiu-nta for ladies, miases and chil? dren: alterations free. Small ex? penses means a saving for you. Also a line of pattern bats for the trade, MRS. julius BEAR. 1423 E. Main St reet. personals". _^ fffjMAN HAIR BOUGHT^^AND^SdXd ?t HUGHES'S. 209 North Third. dooms' ?Hamco. WANTED,*7 BY YQUNG MAN, ROOM with hoard; central location: two' meals a day; private family prefer? red. State price. Address .1. P. S., Care Times-Dispatch. _ business <^nuartuiLitt?S. wanted, "paRTy" to in veSt"?foTcToo in A-l enterprise; money to l>e re- I utrned with interest, and an addi- ? lional income of about 42.000 per | annum assured; would consider in? vestments at $1,000 up in the same, proportion; will bear strictest in? vestigation; brokers considered. Ad? dress LT 71S, care Times-Dispatch. atTvertiser wishes; to invest from $1,500 to S3,000 in some legiti? mate business located In the South. His services must go with the ihr vestment. Address at once. RivlnK full particulars-. L 721. care Times- ' Dispatch. bankrupt Clonus. In Tthe district court of the united states for the east? ern district of virginia; at richmond: In the matter of -\ In G W. DAVIS AND I A. J. DAVIS. (' Bankrupts. J Bankruptcy On motiort of C. W. Antrim's Sons ! and the other petitioning creditors . herein, by counsel, it appearing from an affidavit made and tiled in this cause that E. L, Faulkner, who was made a party to this proceeding by an J order entered herein on February 10;] 1911. is r.ot an inhabitant of this dis- i triet; that he cannot be found tri said! district; that he has not voluntarily entered his appearance herein, and : that personal service upon him is not j practicable, it is hereby ordered that the said E. L. Faulkner do appear J before this court at the court room thereof. In the citv of Richmond. Vir? ginia, oft TUESDAY, THE 25TH DAY OF APRIL, 1911. to take such steps as he may be advised for the protection of his rights herein, and that, in tie fault of such appearance, the court ' will proceed to the hearing and ad? judication of the. rights asserted by said E, L. Faulkner in the water rights appurtenant to the tract of land situat? ed in Mecklenburg county. Va., standing in the name of G. W. DAVIS and A. J. DAVIS. the bankrupts herein. and containing eleven hundred and thirty nine and sixty one-hundredths acres (1,139.00). And it is further ordered that this order shall be published in The Times-Dispatch, a newspaper of general circulation, published in the city of Richmond, Virginia, once, a week for six consecutive weeks. EDMUND W ADD ILL. JR.. u. S. District Judge. A true copy?Attest: JOSEPH P. BRADY. Clerk. Richmond. Va., March 7. 1911. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING; of the stockholders of the Albemurle j Paper Manufacturing Company will, be held In the board room of the i Business Men's Club, Tenth and Main Streets, Richmond, Va., on THURS? DAY, April 13. 1911, at 11 o'clock A. M. ARTHUR F. ROBERTSON, Secretary and Treasurer. Headquarters Commahdery of St. Andrew. No. 13, Knights Templar. Richmond, Va.. April 10, 1911. l '? EN E R A L ORDE KS: XSlr Knights.?Attend a stated conclave of the commandery at your asylum in the Masonic Trmple. MONDAY. 10th insti, at j> o'clock P. M.. in full dress of a totn l>lnr on foot. Members of Riehmond Commandery. No 2. and all transient Sir Knights arc courteously invited to no present. By order of the Eminent Commander. ! GEORGE W. HUNTER, Cup tain-General. Attest: GEORGE C. JEFFERSON. _ Recorder. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF;;STOCK holders of the Common wealth Coal i Corporation will be held at the ofibc of the corporation. 717 Mutual Build? ing. Richmond. Va., on TUESDAY April 11. 1911. at. n o'clock. A. M. E. T. D. MYERS, JR.. _ _ . _ _ Secretary. "OKNBR AL *MBETINGfOF THE MEM'> hers of the Mutual Assurance Society ugalnst Fire on BuildlnKs of the State of Virginia will be held at the office of the society on MONDAY, April 17, 1911, at 1 P. M. EDWIN A. PALMER. _?_Prl ncina 1 A tren t Richmond, Va . April l. 1911. THE ANNUAL MEETING Oh' THE Prison Association of Virginia for the transaction of business will be held at No. 301 East Main Street.! Richmond. Va.. TUESDAY. April is. 1911. at S:15 P. M. By order of the Board of Directors. GEORGE C. JEFFERSON. Secreta ry, N?TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a meeting of the stockholders of the Chesapeake Coal Company, a cor? poration created and organized under the law* of the State of West Vir- i glnln, wlil be held at its principal platte of business at No. i l l :t East 'Main Street, in the city Of Rieh mood, State <>f Virginia, at 12 o'clock M.. ' on WEDNESDAY, the 19th nay of April. 1911, for the purpose of con - j sldering and Acting upon the pro I posed sale, transfer and assignment or all the property and assets of the I company; and also for the purpose of considering and acting upon a reso? lution to discontinue the' business of the corporation and to voluntarily dissolve the corporation, and for Hie transaction of other business generally. By order of the Hoard of Directors. Given under my hand this 30th dnv of March. 1911. COLEMAN WORTHAM. President. Public Sentiment Against It and Plan Has Been Aban? doned. [.Special to The Tirncs-Plspatch. 1 Winchester. Va.. Aprii 0.?The Cor? poration Court of Winchester will not' be abolished, as has been reported in i eoine quarters, by reason of the death last week of Judge William M. Atkin? son, who had beeu judge of that court ! for many years. Judge T. W. Harri? son, of Winchester, who presides over the Circuit Courts of Frederick, Shen andoah, Clarke and Warreh count!' -, has beeu designated by the Qovernbi to uct as corporation judge until tho Legislature meets, and at that tinw ? it is certain a Judge will be elected for the Corporation Court. Efforts , were made last week to create a sen- j tlment In favor of abolishing the court altogether, but the vast majority of ( tiie people of the city are opposed to such a movement, and it has been practically abandoned. Justice, tempered w'th mercy was i meted out yesterday afternoon, when Magistrates Pierce and Cook heard the ease li 0111 Opequon District, involving the white capping of Mullen La Fol lette, who was reported to have neg? lected his family, In mat he did nut < provide sufficient food and fuel f?r I them. Eight yuttng men, members ol well-known families of the Opequon ' neighborhood, appeared In court as members of the crowd which took La- | Follette from his home late at night and whipped him with hickory sticks and switches. They told the court that j they were under the impression they > were performing a public service by I whipping LaFoLette, and that they did not mean to disobey the law. " The court, however, fined each man $10. I James Patterson, who lett the S=t;ii?- ; after being served with a warrant, is being sought by deputy sheriffs] Rev. John IT. Ross, pastor of St. I Paul's Methodist Church, of Winches- j ter goes lb conference next week, not knowing whether lie will be re? turned another year, und in address- j ing his membership he says: "Those' desiring the pastor's return are asked to help him that he may return; tiiose desiring otherwise arc asked to help that he may get away, and those de string neither way are asked to heir i him anyway." Notwithstanding the voters of .Mar- j tinsburg recently expressed themselves | til the polls an being opposed to a cou- ! tlnuancc of the open saloon In that city. John P. Creque has made appli cation to the City Council to have his j liquor license renewed. The Council recently passed a resolution calling a | special election, promising t" abide by the decision of the voters, and the peo? ple are now wondering what will be the outcome. Edwin S. Jarrett, a wealth:- N'e.w I Yorker, became owner of the historic ] Shepherd estate, Wild Goose Farm, near Shepherds town. ? few days ago, the sale being made by R. D. Shep? herd, the well-known actor, whose peo pic have owned the place for many generations. The price was $30,Sou for about iS5 acres. New York drafts were offered in payment for the farm, i but these were refused by Mr. Shep- ' herd, who insisted upon being paid in . cold cash, which was dona. The recent sale of 400 acres of the Wisslor farm, at Mount Jackson, to C. E. Gudebrod, of Winchester and New York, for $150,000, has had the i effect of causing ihc price of real es- j tale to soar in Shcnandoah county, j particularly lands on which there are ! apple and peach orchards. A number | of people who had their farms listed for sale are now demanding moio j money than was at fust intended. A ghastly find was made the other day in a private burying ground at : Springfield, Page county, in the form ' of a number of human bones, wits of clothing and several coffin handles, all grouped around a hole six Inches in diameter that i3 supposed to have been burrowed by a groundhog or opossum near a grave. The hones wore the re- 1 mains of a well-known Page county man who died some years ago, and they were relnterrfed in iho crave from which they had been "carried. Petitions are being circulated in Jefferson county to ask the county Court to refuse to grant liquor licenses : in Charlestown. the county seat, after the expiration of the fiscal year. Ashland News Notes I i [Special to The T lmes-DIspateml Ashlahd, Va., April P.?Mrs. John D. Bar- ; ris, of the Henry Clay Inn, Is visiting re la- [ tlves In Philadelphia. Rev. G. W. M, Taylor, of Norfolk, was ! hero on business recently. Mrs. William M?ller, of Baltimore, who ' has bee.n the suest of her sister, Mrs. ' Frank Day. has returned home. Mi?s Stuart I?!a:ito:i spent several days In | Richmond during the past week. Withers Hoofhagle has gone to New York, I where he has accepted a position. Mesdamns Carter und Beverldge, of Rich- j mend were recent quests of Mrs. Marshall | Kills. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. r.enrp? Bull Hatchings, of I Richmond, who ;;pent the whiter months at ! Sarnhac Lake. N. Y., will come to Ashland very soon tr> be the guests for the summer; oi Mrs. C. <:. F>rid?,'es. Miss Marie I.. Deshoyera, of Green Bay. j Wis., who has been the guest of relatives j here, will leave Monday for n visit to Wash- ; Piston, Atlantic City and Pottsvlllo. Pa., he forc returning home. William Tucker, of Richmond, wa? here this week. Mtsa I.eota Hundley was the guest of Mrs. Juntos Cox this week. The Chesterfield Cotillion Club has Issiisd ! invitations to the Easter dance to be given on April 2o at the Ashland Auditorium. Archie Pettyjohn, of Lynchburg, is visit? ing friends her.-'. Oscar chaplain, of Virginia Reach, Is spending the week-end with friends at Rnn dolpti-.Macon. The lecture on "Woman's Suffrage," bitten by Miss Mary Johnston, of Richmond, nt>. j j hursdny before the Young Woman's I.ltcr- j ary Club," was most Interesting. The mem- j 1 beis of the Woman's Club were invited, and I n number of other gue6ts were present. Mrs. James Duncan Hunter. Misses Helen Herrlnk. Carolina Mldyette, Marie Hiker. Marguerite Wightman ahd Stuart Blanton served dainty refreshments, QUITS POSITION HE FILLED MANY YEARS f Special to The Times-Dispatch.! Staunion. Va., April 9.? Hon. Joseph Addison Waddell. Staunton'S oldest, most beloved and probably most dis? tinguished citissen, long clerk of the Supreme Cotirt 6i Appeals of the state Until declining health forced him to relinquish his life work, has also re? signed as master commissioner In chancery and commissioner of ac? counts of the Circuit Court, a position he had held for a great many rears The court had placed on record a handsome tribute to MV. Waddell's Character and services and as * Chris? tian man. Mr. Waddell was* a member <u" the "Bliiek' and Tan" convention just after ; tin- close of the Civil War. represent* ing the Conservative party and the old aristocratic white element of the State, being elected from Augusta county. He Is one of the few survivors of thai memorable body; controlled by negroes and carpetbaggers, which at? tempted to revolutionize the govern - incut of the stale, lie also served sev? eral terms in the General Assembly after the new Constitution had been adopted, lie 1* the author of the "An? nals ..f Augusta County." whirl) has gone through several edit ions, und is a standard work. Mr. Waddell's health Ik now very feeble. Jle'is eighty-eight 1 y?Ql's old. The Hon. Mrs. Edith Kip Mc Creery Coventry Wins Suit in Court. i-,.nVVi-Vor^,r.Aprn 9?The !l?n- Mrs. Edith Kip McCreery Conventrv wife of the third son of the ioHrj nt- Coventry won tho right to dispose of $1,700,000 worth of property she inherited from' the estate of her grandfather, Pierre Lorlllard, in tlie appellate division of tho Supreme Court yesterday. A unanimous opinion reversed a' Judgment l>y .lames B. Butler, referee, hoi.ling that the lion. Mrs. Coventry could not cancel a Heed giving the property to her son by a former mar? riage, and also granted her a retrial. The lion. Mrs. Coventry is n daugh? ter of Colonel Lawrence Kip, of New Voik. Her first husband was Richard McCreery, whom she divorced in 1901. Her eight-year-old son by this mar riHKe was given into her custody, with an allowance of $3,000 a year for his education. DI*piiNcn of Her Property. About six weeks before her marriage to the ITon. Henry Thomas Coventry, she executed a deed for $1,700,000 of her New York property, providing that she should have the income from tho estate for life and that after her death young McCreery. her son, should be? come its possessor. Three trustees?Supreme Court Jus? tice Gerard, Lanfenr Norrie and Ernes! lselin?were named to act under this trust deed, and the deed itself was left in New York with the Hon. Mrs. Coventry's lawyers, Bowers <fc Sands After she had wedded her second hus? band she notitied her lawyers that Mr. Coventry refused to ratify the deed, and asked that it be annulled. Second Son to Have Sbnro. An action to cancel the deed was tried before Referee Butler. When his decision was ready for liling another son. Victor Thomas. Coventry, was born to the Hon. Mrs. Coventry, and ihe whole proceeding had to be re? viewed to determine his interest in the estate. The referee held that the deed must stand, but that the son of Coventry was entitled to share in the trust estate. Auction ?s>ale?* <Xujs 53a?. bTPEppT Jipps"" & Co^'^nd^EdwinM s' Rose Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. auction sale of Highly valuable improved property in barton heights, comprising those two hand? some dwellings, nos. 900 and 904 lamb avenue and dove street. At the request of the owner we w'll sell by auction, upon the premises, on SATURDAY, THE STII DAY OF APRIL, 1911, at ? o'clock P. M? the above properties, both of which are roomy. Electric light, hot. air heat, nice baths, stable on each lot; In fact, thoroughly equipped, and can justly be styled "Home, Sweet Home." Each lot has a frontage of 57x125 feet to an alley. If you are In quest of a home where nature's best tonic abounds? pure water and bracing air?fall not to attend this sale. TERMS: Inviting, and to he an? nounced at time of sale. EPPS, EPPS & CO., and EDWARD S. ROSE CO., ? A tic tioncers. Owing to the inclement weather, the above sale is postponed until MONDAY. APRIL 10, at r, P. M. Suction isalcs', jfutuiT JDaps'j Bv Siitton &- Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. .COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE. OF DETACHER TWO-STORY AND BASE? MEN'!' BRICK AND FRAME DWELLING. SITUATED ON THE EAST SIDE OF PINE, BETWEEN. CUMBERLAND AND BEVERLY STREETS. DESIGNATED AS NO. .'21 SOUTH PINE STREET. In execution of a certain decree of the Richmond Chancery Court, entered November 23, 1907. in the suit of Fan? nie L. Blunt vs. Oscar IT, Blunt's ad? ministrator et als., as special commis? sioner appointed thereby, I shall pro? ceed to sell at auction, upon the prem? ises, on WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12, 1011. at 5:30 o'clock p. M., the above described property. The dwelling is two-story and base? ment; contains seven rooms, with bath room, la t robe stove, etc.. all In good order. The lot fronts thirty feet, and runs back a depth of 1-15 feet to a 20 fool alley. This property is well located in an Improving locality, good neighborhood; etc., and would be desirable as a home or for renting purposes. TERMS: One-fourth cash: balance at six; twelve and eighteen months for negotiable notes, with C per cent, in? terest from day of sale, and the title to be retained until till the purchase money is paid and a conveyance or? dered by the court; or all cash, at the option of the -purchaser. FRANK T. S?TTON, JR., Special Commissioner. i certify that the bond required by lite above decree of the special com? missioner ha.? been duly given. Given under my hand this 22d day of April. 1910. Teste: ''HAS. O. SAVILLE. Clerk. FIRST-CLASS TOBACCO MANUFAC? TURING PLANT POR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION; I shall offer for sale, at public auc? tion on WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19. NEXT; nt 10 o'clock A. M... the entire plant and equipment of .lohn N. Wyllio & Co. This plant is a going t one? tu, with tine established trade, first-class brands, and is now in active operation. Plant consists of first-class lot and buildings, fully equipped with all nec? essary modern machinery, both for ; plug and smoking manufacturing: mod- j ei'h drying machinery, und all Nm;i - chlnery of evi ry kind that is needed. Building is three stories and base? ment, in Hrst-clasH order, with ample lot room for any extensions desired. I The machinery will he first offered;; then 'the building and lot. and then the factory as a whole. The highest bid will he reported to referee jp bank- , rttptcy. and the sale will ho subject > to confirmation by the hank rttptcy I court, TERMS OF SALE; On machinery j separately, cash on delivery. On real estate or on factory as a whole, nr. pet cent, cash; balance in notes at one and I wo years, bearing interest nt rate of f per cent, per annum, secured by deed of (rust on property. This is a splendid opportunity to buy an established business trade and brands. To purchaser. of factory as a whole the brands, good will, tags, labels and cartons will be Included. Parties Interested can gel any desired Information by addressing the trustee at Danville; Va. A. W. DOUTHAT. Trustee PAT TON, TEMPLE &: WILLIAMSON. Auctioneers. By H. Seidon Taylor & Co., Richeson et Crutch" field, Green 6t Redd and Goisan et Nash, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. Commissioners' Auction Sale OF HIGHLY VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTV AND GOOD RESIDEN? TIAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY. CONSISTING OF THAT VALU? ABLE AND CENTRALLY LOCATED BROAD STREET STORE, NO. .113 BROAD STREET. BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH; THREE SUBSTANTIAL AND WELL BUILT DWELLINGS. NOS. 511 AND !U3 LEIGH STREET. BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. AND NO. 513 SIXTH STREET. BETWEEN CLAY AND LEIGH STREETS. in execution of a, decroo of the Richmond Chancery Court, entered on the Sth day of April, 1911. in the suit of "Eli r. Meyer vs. Ahraham M. Meyer et als.." we, t hm undersigned special commissioners thereby ap? pointed.will proceed to sell the above described real estate at public auction, on the premises, on Thursday, the 13th Day of April, 1911, Commencing at 12 o'Clock M., with the Above Described Broad Street Store This property is located In the heart of the retail shopping district of Broad Street; ha..s been recently remodeled at a cost of about St.000, and now presents one of the most attractive fronts on Broad Street The lot fronts about 2i feet by lln feet In depth. AT 1 O'CLOCK P. al? ive will offer the two modern and substantially built brick dwellings. No?. 511 and 513 East Leigh Street. These dwellings contain nine rooms each, and are in good order. They will make comfortable homos or paying investments. The lots front about 2s. feet each by a good depth to an alley in rear. Immediately after sale i\( the above dwellings, wo will offer that modern and desirably located brick dwelling. No. 512 North Sixth Street, containing nine rooms and in nice order. The lot fronts ?.3 feet by 134 feet. In viOw of Its proximity to the market, this property must in the near future' come in for business purposes, thus rendering it n very desirable investment. TERMS OF SALE: For No. 313 East Broad Street are one-fourth cash, and the balance in three equal instalments, tit one. two and three years, evidenced by negotiable notes, bearing 5 per cent. Interest, separate notes to be given for the interest, payable seml-annnally. all of said notes to bo secured by deed of trust on the property: or a larger cash payment; ail cash, or a reduction of the time of said deferred payment?, at the option of the purchaser. For Nos. 511 and 513 East Leigh Street and No. .r.l". North Sixth Street are one-third cash, and the balance in three equal instalments, at six. twelve and eighteen months, evidenced by negotiable notes, with interest added, at R per cent., and the title retained until the whole of the purchase money has been paid and a deed ordered, by the court; or a larger cash payment; all '"ash, or a reduction of the time of said deferred payments, at the option of the purchaser, M E I.YIN F LEGEN H EIMER, PRESTON COCKE, Special Commissioners. I certify that the bond required by the above decree of the special commissioners has been duly given. Given under my hand tills Sth >day of April, 1911. Teste; CHAS. O. SAVILLE. Clerk. Rv Pollard & Bagby. Real Estate Auctioneers. Trustee's Auction Sale of Large Frame Dwel? ling, No. 2424, formerly 2420, Floyd Ave., between Elm and Cedar Sts. Garage in Rear In execution of a deed of trust dated October 16, l909i and recorded in -?lerU':- ollieo of Richmond Chancery Court. D. B. 203 C, p. 410, default hav? ing been made in payment of the debt therein secured, 1 will sell by auction, oil the premises, on TUESDAY, APRIL 1!. mi, AT 5:30 P. M.. the above-mentioned dwelling of about ten rooms, hot water heat and other modern improvements. Lot 30.K125 feet to alley. TERMS: Cash. II. R. POLLARD. JR., Trustee. N. B. While the terms require cash, a loan of $3.000 will be made on the property for two years. Ry Pollard ?- Bag by. auction sale: OF No. 507 North I Twenty-Fifth St. ,j Good, Detached, Eight j Room House. We will sell at auction, on the prom- I ises, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, at 5:30 P. M.. the above mentioned desirable do- \ tached home, containing about eight ! room's. The location is excellent, and ' i'f.o property must go. so come und \ get a bargain. POLLARD & BAOBV, Auctioneers. Sale of Valuable Pa? per Mill ROANOKE RAPIDS. N. C. Under direction of and by virtue of. authority conferred in ine by the slock- | bidders and board of directors of the j Roanoko Rapids Paper Manufacturing Company, the undersigned, president ! of the said company, will, on TUESDAY, TUE 25TU DAY OF ' APRIL. 1911, AT i O'CLOCK P. M , sell til public auction, for cash, at the mill of said company, located at or heat" Roahoke Rapids, Halifax county, N. C, lite entire manufacturing plant, including its mill site, of said company, ? ?Ii the R?anok? River, near said town of Itoanoke Rapids, together with cor- I tain timber lauds owned by it, situ- ! atCil In Northampton county, and its rights, whatever they may be. Cor leases for power and' for tenement houses from the Itoanoke Rapids Power Coihpahy, und all of Its personal property. including manufactured -toch. raw material and stock in pro? cess of manufacture, etc For full description and further in? formation, all of which will be prornpt ij }?,'ven, apply to i". I.. W^ekloi, gen oral manager, Roanoko Rapids, N. 'IMils 8th day v>r April. 191 1. CHARLES COh'EN. President. Richmond, Vu. i By Pollard & Bag by, Real Estate Auctioneers. Trustee's Auction Sale of Brick Dwelling, No. 201 1, on South Side of Park Ave., Between Meadow and Row? land Streets. In execution of. a deed of trust dated Autrust IS, 1900, and recorded tn clerk's Office of Richmond Chancery Court, D. B. JO i A. 1>. 33, default havinsr been made in payment of a portion of the debt thereby secured, I will sell by auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911. at fj o'clock P. M? tile above-mentioned nearly new dwelling: modern and ud to date. TERMS: Cash. Hi R. POLLARD. JR., Trustee. N. B. W'lille the terms require cash, we will make a loan on tho property Of $.1.500 or- two .years,_ Win.' B. Plzzini Ca., Real Estate Auctioneers. 723 East Main Street. AUCTION* SALE OP THE DESIRABLE DETACHED TWO STORY NEW BRICK DWELLING, NO. 3J2r. HANOVER STREET BE? TWEEN CLEVELAND AND TILDEN STREETS. At the request of the owner, who lias decided to sacrifice his house, we will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911, at 3 P. M? tho above property. The house Is a new det.tched brick dwelling of eight rooms, with hard? wood floors, granolithic cellar, electri? lighted, press brick front, modern plumbing, and a large granolithic porch extending across the whole front: all in elegant order and occu ; led by a flrst-clnsa tenant. The iut Is 30x179.9 to an alley, wltii a privat? alley on the side. TERMS: Liberal, and .mnounc-id al the sale. If you desire a new and up-to-data home in the West End. or a splendid investment in the most enhancing neighborhood of the city, be sure to attend this sale. On account of inclement weather, this sab- is postponed until TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1911, at 5 P. M. WM. B, P155ZINM CO.. 733 East .Main Street. ? Auction Siile bv Williams & Cease, Real Estate Auctioneers, Tenth ami Rank Streets. Rv request of owner, we will offer at auction, on the premises, Til I' KS! >A Y, -V PRIL 13. 1911. a! 5 o'clock P. M. that desirable dwelling, NO. 710 EAST CLAY STREET, containing nine rooms, halls and pan trie- modern improvements; in good condition. Has a frontage of Si Vj feet bv 100 feet deep to an alley in common. This is a magnificent, rental proposition Or a good, centrally located home. Has be.-p. rented continuously bv tho present tenant at $30 per month for over ten years. TERMS: Reasonable, and announced nt sale. i\cal estate for &aft? With its liberal garden lot* and plaan int w.oodlands for colored people, im j twenty minutes from Elba Station i Tho commutation furo is twotve cvnta.