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10 MAJ. L'ENFANT Aftier One Hundred Years Jus? tice Is Done to His Memory. MEMORIAL IS UNVEILED Jt Stands in Front of Lee.Man? sion in Arlington" Cemetery. Washington. May 22.?On a green knoll in front of ihe old Lee mansion In Arlington Cemetery, overlooking the i broad 1'otomae and the capital, a me- ? inorial was unveiled to-day to Major I Pierre Charles L'Enfant, the French engineer to whose prophetic vision . Washington owes Its broad avenues arid Its symmetry of design. President Taft, Ambassador Jusscr- | and. of F'rance. and Senator Root, of | New Vork. spoke In eulogy of Major ,: L'Enfant. The ribbons of red. while! and blue that bound the American Hag ' to the marble face of trie memorial were lifted by MIsh Eleanor Carroll ; Morgan, great-granddaughter of Wll- j llam Dudley LMggs, in whose name j L'Enfant found refuge when he was j dismissed Trom the service of this gov. . ernment. Monstgnor Russell, of St. ' Patrick's Catholic Church, made the! Invocation and said the benediction. "There are hot many," said President Ta.fl, "who have to wait one hundred j years to receive the reward to which they are entitled until the world sjiall make the progress which enables It to pay the Just reward. The man whose memory we celebrate to-day had a highly artlstlo temperament; end It le that fact which has obscured at times and In some degree the merit of what he did, and lessened the grati? tude wo owe htm for what ho did. "L'Enfant will now lie here appro? priately In state and In rest, with the gratitude of the nation that he served so well." Senator Root said that a. true me? morial to L'Enfant would do to follow hlH Ideas for the extension of Wash? ington rather than in accord with the Ideas of real estate men. Ambassador Jusserand referred to the death of Minister of War Ber ieaux. "Berteaux," said he, "was a man like L'Enfant. He. died a victim i of the new Invention, the aernpl.m?. In which he was much Interested. We In France cannot forget the way In which your President expressed his irrlef at that sad accident. We are Very much moved In the republic of France by It. It shows more than ever that your Joys are our Joys and your sorrows are our sorrows." Standing In front of the colonial Lee mansion, the monument occupies a position overlooking the Potomac River and the city of Washington. The low base of stone supports on its top n carved map, a facsimile of the orls I.lght. white and delicious?Obelisk Flour;"the 15 per cent, patent; the new kind. Tr 215 E. Broad St. Special. Jap Matting 9x12 feet. Choice, $2.90 Crex Rugs In blue, green, brown, red; every size; from 35c to $8.50. i Madras Curtains All colors, 8Sc pair. Win? dow Shades made to order. Carpet House THE CRAFTS PIANO CO. Now at 121 E. Broad St. Second Door from Second. Pure, wholesome and full of merit? Mineral Spring Water. PANACEA SPRING CO., Littleton, N. C. See the Beautiful New Verite Suits Now on Display. Baylor-Yarborougfa Co. Selling Fast Leonard Cleanable and McKee Refrigerators at Jones Bros, a Co., Inc., M18-1420E. Main St. inal map of Washington as drawn by | Major L'Enfant ivhcn he l?ld out th<* ' Federal capital under the direction of ' Prwtdunt Washington in July. 17&0. L'Enrant was quite forgotten until 1900. From the time of his death, in lS2.r., until that ycer h?.-, body lav In a lonely grave on a Muryland farm. Congress made an appropriation for tho tranesfer of the body to thf> Na? tional Cemetery. . The War Depart? ment readily granted permission that it be placed In Arllnglon, because of L'Enfant's services to the colonies. j Around the Hotels Senator Floyd W. King, of Clifton Forse, came to the city yesterday on personal business. He says ho hears no politics discussed In his section. Dr. William A. Bowles, superinten? dent of tho Virginia School for ihe Deaf and the Blind at Staun ton, and Dr. u\ k. Drewry, superintendent of the Centra! State Hospital at Peters- I burg, are among the visitors at the Child Welfare Conference. ^ Paul McRae, of Cumberland, a candl- ; dote tor the State Senate from his dis- i trlct, and now a member of the House! J of Delegates. Is in Richmond. Virginians nt the lintels. Lexington?J. T. O'Neill, Cr?set: B.1 W. Jopllng. Goodcs; J. S. Allen. Lor? raine; K. s. Darnett. Bradleys Storei Murphy's?Ralph D. Gunn, Salem: J. T. Orgnln, Virginia; J. H. Davenport. Lancaster; M. H. Brimmer. Danville; Mr. and Mrs. .7. C. Peil, Virginia; G. O.' Felgans. W. R, Dunbar. T. C. Tltley. William ami Mary baseball team. 1912;: Mr. and Mi's, J. T. Temple, Virginia;; John P.. Grlzzatd. Kmporla; Miss Amy i IM t iK. Elk Hill. Jarnos M. Tutwller. I Roanoko: Mr.-.. I? W. Read, Lynchburg; W; \V. Edwards. Waverly; C. P. Vin? cent, Jnrra.it; E. W. Dlckerson. Mehcr rih; H. T. lvcy, Emporla: John T. Lewis, Mecklenburg county; J. G. Jackson, Stony Creok; H. Kcrsaw Chatham; Cart.er Glass, Lynchburg; J M. Tyne, Stony Creek: R. J. Tucker. Stony Creek; A. Reed, Norfolk; A. J Moore, Chase City. Park?Paul McRae. Cumberland; H ! B. Smith, Jr., Horn Quarter; C. H. Mc Chuttln, Norfolk; W. H. Ross, Vir? ginia. Richmond?L C. Terwllllger, Nor? folk; C. E. Knight. Norfolk; F. W. [King, Clifton' Forge; Monroe Jones, i Patsle Jones, Formville: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Abbltt, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs | C, A. Smith, Virginia; Frans von Schll- j ling, Hampton; William A. Bowles, j Stauryfon; J. T. Hlllsman. Staunton; W. ! Buckner, Virginia. Gilbert?John F. Kelly. Lynchburg;! tft B. Thompson. Beaver Dam; P. C. Foltz, Wytheviiio; a. L. Hope, Wy.the vllle; C. D. Epes, Nottoway: D. D. Epos, Blackntone; W. C. Sroti, Hous? ton: Mr. and Mrs. E E. Crawford. Nor? folk. Stumpfs?1. S. D. Sauls. Norfolk: William Jordan. Norfolk; W. E. Cov lngton. Danville; A. C. Boa!, Norfolk. P. W. McGulre. Covington. 1111A LIFT (Continued From. First Page.) qulry as a substitute for the La Fol lette resolutton. i For Renewed Inquiry. The La Follette measure provides for a renewed Inquiry Into the Lorimer; case by a special committee, while the ! Dlllingham measure directs the Com- ] mittce on Privileges and Elections to i make the Inquiry. The Democratic Senators will sup- ! port the Dlllingham resolution- It is j likely thaf the Elections Committee : will be directed to Investigate througn ? a subcommittee to be atttrmed by the; Senate. Senator La Follette counts up-i on a number of Progressives to support his resolution. The Dlllingham rosolu. j tlon follows: "That the Committee on Privileges j and Elections In authorized and directed to further Investigate tho charges ; made against William Lorimer, a Sen-! ator from the State of Illinois, and to Inquire and report to the Senate wne ther In or about the election of the ] said William Lortmcr as a Senator of. the United States from the State of Illinois, or In connection with his right to a seat In this body were used or employed by any perso, firm, corpora? tion or association, any corrupt me? thods or practice. "That 6aid committee be authorized to sit during the sessions of the Sen? ate and during any recess of the Sen? ate or of Congress; to hold Its ses? sions at such place or places as it shall deem most convenient for the purposes of the Investigation; to em? ploy stenographers and such counsel and competent accountants as It may deem necessary: to send for persons and papers and to administer oaths; and that the expenses of the inquiry shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate upon vouchers to he approved by the chairman of the com? mittee." Senator La Fallette's speech was a plea for a relnvestigation on account not only of recent developments, but because of revelations during last ses? sion's Investigations. He delivered only half of his speech to-day, dealing ex-1 cluslvely with the previous Inquiry, and will conclude to-morrow with a dis? cussion of later ilevelopments. Arraigns Lorimer. Mr. La Follette reviewed the Lorimer case, citing the confessions of bribery in the interest of Mr. Lorlmer's elec? tion. "is there another Senator against whom such an imputation could have been made who would not have risen in his seat and demanded an Inquiry?" he asked. "Can you conceive of any man holding such a trust as a seat In the Senate who could sit here for weeks and months after his title had been impeached without saying some? thing?" - He said that the votes of thirty Democratic Senators for Mr. Lorimer would stick in the minds of the people when It was remembered that the Democratic votes wer? under the lead? ership of Lee O'Neal Browne, who had J30.000 strapped on his porson. He said he understood that tho Senate committee had permitted an attornoy In tho case to divert it from an inquiry Into Mr. Lorlmer's knowlodgo In the case. Page upon page of the testimony, ho declared, showed tho closest asso- i clatlons between Mr. Lorimer, Speaker Shurtllff and Leo O'Neal Browne, tho Democratic leader. HISTORIC "CHESTEUVILLO" BECOMES A PR 13A' TO FLAMES (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlsprttch.] Hampton, Va? May .22.?"Chostcr vlllc," the original home of George Wy the, ' slgnor of the Declaration of I Independence, ami said to bo the old? est residence in America, was totally destroyed by flro early to-day. Tho dwelling was owned by Mrs. Robert P. Hudglns, and occupied a site on Back River. Local historians say tho bulld Ifig waa-morflt-than,-175..years.old, ', Superbly equipped, - electric lighted, this'splendid train pro-,. & vides every possible luxury and' travel comfort. Excellent dining cars. Leaving St. Louis daily ^at 2.15 p. m., connections . with eastern trains is assured. Runs over the smooth tracks and well:' ballasted roadbed of the ^ For fares, reservations and all information, call on or address S. C. Milbourne, G. A. H. B. McClellan, Union Pacific R. R. Co. G. E. A.?Wabtsh R. R. Co, 830 Chestnut St. 387 Broadway. Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N. Y. rwo_ ?-I News of South Richmond South Richmond Bureau. The Tlmes-Dlspatrh. I HMO Hull Street. -? "Phone Madison 175. The promised opposition to "extrav?ganc lr. school buildings-- did not materalise yes? terday when the committee from Oak Grovt : appeared before the Board of Supervisors o' Chetterfleld county and presented the re- ! quest of tha district that the school tax bt raised from 30 to i? cents on the JIM. While the committee of six made a vlslblj ! good effect on the board by its presentation ! of the case, the mattor was In such a con- ] d'.tlon that It was continued until the next meeting, when. If unusually strong opposi- ! lion does not develop. It will receive favor- | nble action. Thero was a little opposition I yesterday by somo of the board, but noi ' r.tar enough to affect the measure. Before j :he supervisors can take action the petition rr.us: be. circulated to every Lax-payer lu the Oak Grove district, and while It has I almost gone, the rounds, everywhere meet- j in? with a good leceptlon, a number of tax? payers- have not had opportunity to s'.gn It | Aside from the school tax matter and res- 1 ular routine business little was done at the meeting. In the absence of Senator Watkir-s, president of the Chesterdeld agricultural ex? hibit, no action was taken on his request for funds from the board. This matter was also laid by for future reference. The meeting- yesterday bad almost the air o! a political gathering, as nearly all the candidates for Democratic preference In the coining county primary were present. An unusually large iiumbar of farmers wore at ! the courthouse yesterday, sad the political j situation, was thoroughly discussed. In Police Court. Ed. Early and Jack Eldndge, both col? ored, were ai'estcd yesterday afternoon by | Patrolman Waymack on the complaint of C. Hlnton. colored, who charged the two with stealing a suit of olothes. They will ap? pear before Jur.ti.-a Maurice In the Police Court, Part 2, this morning. H. C. Herndon and G. It. Burruts, two white frien of Swansboro, arrested Saturday night for fighting- lr. Vaushan'6 saloon, were arraigned bofore Justice Maurice yesterday morning. Herndon was fined $10 and costs, while Burruss wag dismissed. Henry Hawkins, J. W. Sdundcrs, Frederick Garnett and William Caudle, a quertet of crap-shooters. cornered Sunday in Captain Wright's regular Sunday raid, wer? relieved of f? and costs each. "Dad" Lindsay, colored, arrested on the charge of Fanny Motley, colored, who ac? cused "Dad" of cussln' and abusln- her, was rined !5 and costs, and upon the evidence disclosed Fanny was treated to a similar Una. Alexander Bailey, oolored, was dismissed on the charge of throwing rocks at Jameu Berkley, also colored. Judge Wells was engaged yesterday in the consideration of several chancery cases. Lit? tle but chancery matters remain for thla term of the Hustings Court, Pat 2. Dentli of Mrs. Otcy. Mrs. Julia Otoy died yesterday afternoon ot 1:30 o'clock In her home at 915 Perry Street. She leaves a daughter, Miss Julia W. Otey. The arrangements for the funeral Will be announced later. Funeral of Mr. Owen. The funeral of Benjamin P. Owen. Sr.. who died Sunday night at >:S0 o'clock In the residency of his son, Thomas E. Owen, of Forest Hill, after an Illness of some dura? tion, will teke place this afternoon at 6 o'clock from the residence. The services will be conducted1 by the Rev. J. J.-Fix, pantor of the Porter Street Presbyterian Church, and the Rev. H. C. Pfolffer, pastor of tho Central Methodist Church. The Interment will be In made In Maury Cemetery. The following will act as pall-bearers: J. P. Carson. George E. Gary, J. G. Saunders. H. H. Vaden. C. H. Dorset. Judge E. H. Wells, Henry Harnlsb, T. P. Pettlgrew and H. A. Maurice. Mr. Owen, who during the sixty years of his residence In tho Southslde had won a firm place In the estimation of hin fellows, had been In III health for many woeks befoio the ond. und his death was not entirely un? expected. Funeral of Sirs. Blacker. Tho funeral of Mrs. Louis Blacker, of 907 Hull Street, who died In her home Sunday night nt 7:80 o'clock, will be conducted this morning at 10:30 from tho resldenco by tho Rov. Dr. Shepperrnan. Tho interment will be made In Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Blacker, who was sixty-throe years old, was a nutlvo of Russia, came to Amer? ica twenty years ago. and had made her homo In South Richmond for tho last three yoars. She leaves four sons?Frank Blacker, of Rooklngham, N. C.; Moses and Joseph Blacker, of Lumberton, N. C, and Abram Blacker, of Monroe, N. C, and two daugh? ters, Mrs. Julia Reuben, of Albemarle, X. C, and Mrs. Becky Arenson, of Danville, Va. Scalded In Factory. J. E, Caudle, ot srs Hull Street, who was badly scalded yestorday morning while at work In the tobacco factory of Lurus Bros., nt tho corner of Twenty-first and Mnln Streets, Is feeling'his InJurleH, eoveroly. but It Is not thought that any serious conpe quences will result. Caudlo recolved ft cloud of scalding steam on the face, head and arms na ho was opening a valvo In tho en? gine-room. The city ambulanoe, was sum? moned and tho woundbd man treated ;by Dr. Tuno. Personal and General. \ R. E, Baker, of Swansboro, In cojnpam i.iih Miss Bettle Ta and his two litt!? Sunday Al daughters and his aon, spent last St with hia brother. Harvey Baker, of Qle len. Thomas Baker was the gu?*k of Baker Wednesday night. The Organ Chapter of the Chutch"of the \ Good Shepher> of .Forest Hill, will give a i lawn party Wednesday attornoon from < to 7 j o'clock at the home of Miss Margaret Petti grew. The revival services besan Sunday in the ! Cowardln Avenue Chrittian Church will be ; continued all this week by the pastor, th-> ' Rev. F. W. Lons. Cut Knee Muscles Dr. Turman. of the city ambulance, was called last night to attend David i Stern, son of Sam Stern, who had fallen over e milk bottle and cut the muscles In his knee. He was treated temporarily, and was then turned over to Dr. Meade Mann. Instantly Relieve and rapidly Cure Gout, Rheuma? tism, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and all pains in the head, face and limbs. jGEJJa <t CO.. Sole Agents, New York. .?.11 Druggists. The germs , of diseaes is what we Aro continually fighting. Scientifically con. structed Sanitary Plumbing Futures are playing s prominent part In the battle for good health. See that your family I) protected. Let us ohow you the fi^tlnga. lftM& Eighth St.. - Richmond, Va, Out-of-town orders fkllpoed'-ouiclilv. Phones: Monroe 1878 Madison 3576 Dr. George BB Steel, DENTIST. Office and Residence. 400 East.Maln St, Richmond, Vs. Being Unwilling to Sell Land by INSTALMENT And finding that colored people will buy on no othor plan, I hereby with? draw my Glen Allen lots ftom sale to colored people. _JOHN CUSSOXS. Cottage Garens 1 Twenty minutes from Elba Station, I will bo soldi to Germans preferably.. Commutation fare Is twelve cents. Run j out and look at thorn, or write for] particulars to JOHN CUSSONS, JftnatttfaL. $2,000, $8,000, $ 1,000, 815,000, TO LEND AT 5 PER CENT. INTER? EST KOR THREE OR PTVE YEARS 1 on City of Richmond Improved real ostnte. Borrower to have right to curtail In sums of $100 at any six I months' period. MoVEIOH & GLJNN, 1112 East Main Street. By J. Thompson Brown & Co., 1113 Main Stroot. HAKE CHANCE KOK HOMESEEKERS. BUILDERS AND SPECULATORS. AUCTION SALE TWO DETACHED TWO-STORY DWELLINGS. NOB. 1207 AND 1209 GARRISON STREET, NEAR COWARD1N AVENUE. 85 Building Lots and 6 Acre Tract DICKINSON". GARRISON. ROGERS AND MCCARTHY STREETS, AD? JOINING COWARDIN ADDITION, ONE BLOCK OAKWOOD AVE? NUE TROLLE V. Tuesday, May 23d, 5 P. M. The dwelling!* are extra well built, six rooms each, veranda porches, water In house, city ga:i, granolithic foundation and walks, wide lot3. ?Ia feet each, and will be sold on extra easy terms. The lots fronting above streets are well situated, and will be sold to the . HIGHEST BIDDER ON SMALL CASH. AND LONG CREDITS. If desired; the acreage, upon which there is a Iuibo and valuable deposit of ;;ravel, will be divided into two-acre tracts. Must be sold to close non-resldont corporation, and rare bargains can be had. Mitp at office. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. By J. D. Carneal & Son. fteal Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION* ."ALE OF Having boen ret|ucsted by the owner so to do, we will, on TUESDAY. THE 23D INSTANT, offer at public auction 120 by 130 feet on the north side of West Main Street, commencing 25 feot east of Sycamoro Street. Considerable money is being spent by the city on Improvements In this locality. This ground Is about two feet above tho Btreet level. Homos for the man of moderate moans would rent readily In this locality, and, as the owner has uso for the money, a bargain can be had In this property. Attractive terms will be announced at time of sals. By Hi Seloon Taylor & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE OF THE FOLLOWING WELL LOCATED BRICK INVESTMENT PROPERTY. By virtue of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court of tho city of Rlcnmor.d. the 17ih day of May, 1911, In the stilt of Susie A. Murdoch vs. J; B. Yeainan et als.. I will, as special commissioner thereby appointed, offer for sale at public auction, on the re? spective premises, on TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911, AT 5 P. M.: First. No. 406 N. Seventh Street, a substantially built ten-room brick dwelling. Lot 30x120 feet to Market Street Second. Immediately after the above sale, say 6 P. M.. Nos. 704 and 706 N. First Street, brick dwellings of six rooms each. Lots about 23 feet 5 Inches by 71 feet S Inches. Third. Immediately after the second sale, say 6:30 P. M., No. IS E. Jack? son Street, brick dwelling of four rooms and detached kitchen of two rooms. Lot about 22 feet 6 Inches by 94 feet S Inches. TEP.MS: One-third cash: balance at six, twelve and eighteen months for negotiable notes, with f, per cent, in? terest added, and tilled retained until deed is ordered by the court. The special commissioner shall have power to reject any bid for any of the property and authority to withdraw any piece thereof from Bale. All of the above properties are splen? did renters, and will prove a very sat-. Isfactory Investment. DAVID MEADE WHITE, I Special Commissioner. The bond required of the special commissioner by the above decree has been duly given. CHAS. O. SAV1LLE, Clerk. Wm. B. Plzzln! Co., Real Estote Auctioneers, No. 728 East Main Street. AUCTION SALE OF 'I HREE MOST DESIRABLE DETACH? ED FRAME DWELLINGS ON CARY STREET. BETWEEN ROWLAND AND SYCAMORE STREETS, KNOWN AS NOS. 2102, 2104 AND 2106 WEST CARY STREET. At the requost of the owner, we will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises on TUESDAY. MAY 28, at 5:30 P. M., the above described property, consist? ing of three detached frame dwellings, six rooms each, all in rirst-class order, and occupied by good tenants, and con? taining baths, electric lighted, etc. This is a splendid opportunity to huy a good Investment or a good home. TERMS: Liberal, and announced at sale._:_ ~~~ ' Sutton &^tfoT, ' E. A. Catlln fr. Co. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN (2171 FEET LAND ON WEST LINE OF ROGERS STREET. AND SIXTY SEVEN (67) FEET ON EAST LINE OF TWENTY-THIRD STREET. BE? TWEEN "S" AND "T" STREETS, IN PLAN OF FAIRMOUNT. In execution of a certain deed of trust to the undersigned and Roscos C. Nelson, dated July 22, 1901, and recorded In clerk's ofllce of Henrlco County Court, In D. B. 170-A, page 76. default having been made In payment of tho debt secured thereby, and being required so to do by tho beiicflcl:irics, I will, on THURSDAY, MAY 25. 1911, on the promises, soil: First, that certain lot, commencing at tho northwest corner of Rogers ami "T" Streets, thonco running northerly along and fronting on west line of Rogers Street two hundred and seven? teen (2171 feet, and oxtondlng bank westerly one hundred and twcnty-tlve (125) foot lo an alley ten (10) feel wide. This lot Is on tho Falrmount car line. Immediately enst of Mechanics vllle Turnpike, and opposite what was formerly known as Howard's Grove. Take Clay Street car lino and transfer at Marshall and Twenty-third Streets to reach either of the pieces adver? tised. Second, that lot of land commencing at a point on east line of Twenty-third Street, distant one hundred und thirty nine (139) feet north of "8" Street, thence running northerly along Twen? ty-third Street sixty-seven (67) feet, and oxtondlng hack easterly ono htm- ( (lrod nnd twenty-five feet and four Inches (125.4) to an alloy fourteen (14)1 foot wide. Buyers can attend this sale feeling assured that the property will bo knocked out to tho best bidder. These tracts will be divided up to suit purchasers, so that people of lim? ited means can secure :i site for a home. TERMS: One-fourth cash and tho balance at six. twelve and eighteen months, deferred payments to bo se? cured by trust deed on tho property; or for more cash or all rash, at option of tho purchaser. B. RAND. WBLLFORD, Subactlnir Trustee Suction j&nletf, Jfuture 53aj>?. By J. Thompson BrcwnTeVAjoC*-?^" 1113 Main Street. auction sale of TWELVE WEST END T-OTS. OX THE PREMISES, THURSDAY. MAY 25. 6 P. M.. In the, following order: I. Thrco lots fronting 65 foet, north? east corner Cnry and Elm S'roois. Good location for store. II. On.; lot1 30 feet. Cary near Elm. III. Three lots, fronting S0.\16o feet. Elm near Main Street. Extra depth. IV. Three lo^s. fronting 80x1110 feet. ! ens', side Davis Avenue, near Main i Streot. Those are nttractlvi? lots In size and location, and Just the place to build tor occupancy or speculation. terms: Liberal, and announced at sale. j. THOMPSON BROWX & CO.. _Auctioneers. By H, Beldon Taylor & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. A.UCTION SALE OF THAT NEW, HANDSOME AND UP TO-DATE DWELLING, No. 1 809 Grove Ave. SOUTH BIDE, BETWEEN ALTHEN AVENUE AND PARK STREET, LOT 2-1.3x124 TO 15 FOOT ALLEY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911. at 6 P. M. This is a delightful, brand-new de? tached house of eleven well arranged I and airy rooms; heated by .hot water:' lighted by gns and electricity: all j plumbing, gas and electric fixtures of the most modern design. To those looking for a nice homo, on one of the most desirable streets In Lee District, this sale should strongly appeal. TERMS: Easy, and announced at I sale. H. Seldon Taylor &: Co. By Sutton ?. Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE OF THOSE TWO NEW. HANDSOME AND WELL-LOCATED BRICK DWELL? INGS ON THE NORTH SIDE OF Grove Avenue BETWEEN ROWLAND AND MEA-DOW STREETS, DESIGNATED AS NOS. 2012 AND 2014. Bv virtue of two deeds of trust, both i j from A. W. Smith and e- F. Woodall ! nnd thc-rr wives, the first dated May ' 1907. and of record I- tho clerk's olllce | I of the Chancery' Court of the city of .Richmond in d. B. 192 "C," page 2" j and the second dated May 2, 1910. and of record In the said clerk's omce In I d. b. 207 "a." page 35; default having: I been made in the payment of the debt ] secured, nnd pursuant aUo to an order | of the District Court of the United; States of the Eastern District of Vir? ginia, entered at Richmond on the loth day of May, 1911, In the matter cf Smith & Woodall. bankrupts, the undersigned. C. H. Sutton. aa trustee in e.nch of said deeds of trust, and P. Melsel, Jr., as trustees In bankruptcy' of tho estate, of said bankrupts, will I offer for sale' nt public auction, on the | premises, on THURSDAY. MAY 25. 1911, I at 6 P. M.. those two handsome Grove | .Avenue residences designated as Nos 2012 and 2014. These dwellings are comparatively I new. well built, contain nbout 14 rooms | each, besides baths, closets, etc.. with all the modern Improvements. They iro among the handsomest houses on j 1 Grove Avenue. I The lots front Jointly S5 feet. a plati I of said property has been prepared, showing bounds of each of inld two | residences, which may he seen at tl)fl | ofllce of tho auctioneers ot any time nrlor to the time of salo. and tho samei win be exhibited at the salo. TERMS: Whtlo under the terms of | said deeds of trust a cash sale is called for, but by consent of all parties, th? said property will be offered for sale tinon the terms of one-fourth cash-and tho balance In three eoual instalments at. 6, 12 and IS months, with Interest payable seml-annually. evidenced by not.es secured by a trust deed, or all cash, at tho option of the purchaser. c. ii. SUTTON. Trustee In both deeds, and P. MEISEL, jr.. Trusteo In Bankruptcy. attention: builders; and OTHERS. The large brick building, formerly used ns in annex to St. Clalr Hotel, i Ninth Street, between Brood ami Grace Streets, consisting of four stories and cellar, will ho "sold by auc? tion, on WEDNESDAY. MAY 24. 1911, ' at 12:00 M.. to be Tomoved. The electric wiring and fixtures, steam piping und fixtures and hath and closets will he reserved. There Is a large lot of valuablo ma? terial In this building, and It Is well! worth the attention of persons Inter? ested. TERMS: Cash. N. W. ROWE SON. Auctioneer*. By The Virginia Auction Co., General Attctlone.ors, 16 N. Sovehth Street. BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE OF THE MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT OF THE BLAIR GLASS MFt!. CO., INC., i TWENTY-FIRST AND DECATUR STREET. SOUTH RICHMOND. Pursuant to a decree of tho District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, entered on April 27, 1011. In the mnttc.r of Blair Glass. Mfg. Co.. Inc., wo will sell, on the premises, Tweniy-ilrst and D6 catur Street?. South Richmond, com? mencing at 10:30 A. M? MONDAY, MAY 29. 1911. ono 16x16 and lOVixlo ami 16-lneh Com? pound Steam and Air Norwalk Com-; press?r, complete with Uttings,; rdcelvor nnd connections; a Brown Electric Pyro motors, with wiro and iittlugs; one Gnu Valve. 237 tons Glass, 837 Empty Cases. : IS tons Sand, IS bilfi* Nitrate of Soda, I 20 tons Lime, 400 gallon* Oil. ono barrel | Manganese', one. barrel Arsenic, ono barrel Antimony, ono lot of Colum | bla and Washington Oval Molds, hult enr Indented Paper. 1 Sale positive. TEEMS: Cash. GARY ELLIS ST BN, Trustee. VI KG IN IA AUCTION CO., [ Auctioneers. By Edward S. Boso Company, Real Estate Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE BY THE TRUSTEE OF THAT CENTRALLY LOCATED Tf [REE-STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING, NO. 613 EAST LEIGH STREET. By virtue of a certain deed of trust, dated l?th July. 1D0S, and of record, in the clerk's office. Richmond Chan? cery Court. In D. B. 19S-C, page 67, default having boon mado in the pay? ment of the debt thereby secured, and, being required so to do'by tho beneS * clary l will sell by auction, upon tho premises, on THURSDAY. THE 25TH- DAY OF MAY, 1311, at 6 o'clock P. M., the above excellently conditioned, well arranged and conveniently arranged dwelling or apartment house, as you njay elect. In that It answers for either. An Inspection of tho promises, which we earnestly lnvlto, will fully convince you of its true merit. Tho lot has a front of 27 feet and 4 Inches by a, depth of 14S feet, more or les3. For rental purposes you will flnd this a record-breaking money-gotter. TERMS: Cash as'to expenses of sale, and a note of $3.500. with ? per cent, interest thereon from tho 15th day of April. 1911, until paid. The reslduo as win he named at. time of sale. EDWARD S. ROSE, Trustee. By N. W. Bowe .? Son, f Real Estdte Auctioneers. ' By virtue of a certain docd of trust from A. W. Smith and wife and E. F. Woodull and wife, dated tho 17th April. 100S, and of record In the otllco of tho clerk of the Chancery Court of tho city of Richmond In D. D. 196 A, page 502, default having been made In tho payment of the (lobt thereby secured, ami pursuant also to an order of tho District Court of tho United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, en? tered at Richmond on the 16th May, 1911, in tho matter of Smith & Wood all, bankrupts, the undersigned, Charles C. Howe, as trustoo In said deed of trust, and P. Melsel, Jr., as, trustoo In bankruptcy of the estate of said bankrupts, will sell at public auc? tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE 24TH DAY OP MAY, 1911, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M., the following property, viz: All that cortaln parcel or piece of land, with the two (2) two-story framed flat houses, known as Nos. 2101 and 210? Taylor Street, lying and being In the city of Richmond, Va., on tho north line of Taylor- Street, between Row? land and Sycamore Streets, and bound? ed as follows: Beginning on tho north, line of Taylor Street at a point there? on distant 13 feet 2 inches west of Its Intersection with tho west line of Row? land Street; thence running westward ly along the north line of Taylor Street, and fronting thereon IS feet tl inches, and extending back northward? ly from said front hotween parallel lines 120 feet to an alley In tho roar 15 feet wide; of the 4S fact 6 inches above mentioned, the western ono foot six Inches Is one-half of a three foot alley, for use in common, between tho said premises und Hie tenement ad-, joining It on tho west, which sa'd alley In common, three feet wide, ex? tends from said front northward a dis? tance of about SO feet. TERMS: While, under the terms of said deed of trust, a cash salo Is called for, by consent of all pnrtios the said property will bo sold upon the termfl of one-third cash, and the residue In three equal Instalments, at six, twelve 1 and eighteen months, with interest from day of ualo, evidenced by notes secured by deed of trust on said prop? erty. I CHARLES C. BOWE. Trustee in said deed of trust, and P. MEISEL JR.. Trustee In Bankruptcy. Ey N. W. Bowe ,fc Son, Real Estate Auctioneers. By virtue of a certain deed of trust from A. W. Smith and wife and E. F. Woodall and wife, dated the 17th April, 190S. and of record in the office of tho clerk of the Chancery Court of tho city of Richmond in D. B. 10 6 A. pagn 496. default having been niade in tho payment of the debt thereby secured, and pursuant also to an order of tho District Court, of the United States for tho Eastern District of Virginia, en? tered at. Richmond on the 16th May, 1911, in the matter of Smith & Wood all, bankrupts, the undersigned, Stuart Bowe, as trustee In said deed of trust, and P. Melsel, Jr.. as trustee In bank? ruptcy of the ostato of said bankrupts, i will sell at public auction, on tho premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE 24TH DAY OP MAY. 1911, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M., the following property, viz: All that certain parcel or pieco of "and, with the two (2) two-story frame Hat houses, known as Nos. 310S and 2110 Taylor Sireet. lying and being In tho city of Richmond, Va., on the north lino of Taylor Street, between Rowland and Sycamore Streets, and bounded as follows: Beginning on the north line of Taylor Street at a point thereon distant 97 feet S Inches west of Its intersection with the west lino of Rowland Street; thence running west ivardly along the north line of Taylor Street and fronting thereon 4S feet n ? nehos, and extending back north? wardly from said front hetween par tllel lines 120 feet to an alley In the tho rear 15 feet wide; of the 4S feet 6 Inches above mentioned, the eastern one foot six Inches Is one-half of a three foot alley, for use in common, between tho said premises and the tenement adjoining it on the east, which said alley In common, threo feet wide, extends from said front northward a distance of about SO feet. TERMS: While, under tho terms of said deed of trust, a cash salo Is called tor. by consent of alt parties tho said property will bo sold upon the terms of one-third cash, and tho residue In three equal Instalments, at six. twelve and eighteen months, with Interest from day of sale, evidenced by notes secured by dood of trust on said prop? erty. STUART BOWE, Trustee In said deed of trust, and P. MEISEL. JR., Trustee In bankruptcy, as aforesaid. Bv Elam & Funsten. Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE. BY PUBLIC AUCTION. OF THE LOT ON WEST LEIGH AND DU VAli STREETS. TOGETHER WITH THE TWO DETACH ED. TWO-STORY FRAME DWELLINGS. OF FOUR ROOMS EACH. THEREON, NO. Sit WEST LEIGH STREET. AND NO. 513 WEST DCVAL STREET. THE LOT RUNNING THROUGH FROM LEIGH TO DU VAX. In execution of a certain deed of trust to the undersigned trustee, dated AiiKust 25. 1909. recorded in Deed Book; 204-D. pago 91. Richmond Chancery Court, default having been made In tho debt secured, and being required] so to do bv the boneilciary. 1 shall sell, bv nubile auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY, MAY 25. 1911, at 6 o'clock P M.i the real estate described In said deeil, it being the lot of land, with the Im-, proveinonts thereon, on the north, side of Leigh Street about 369 feet west o?.. Diook Avenue, fronting 25 feet on Leigh. Street and running back to and fr?nt ine'on the wide, allov or extension of West Duyal Street, bavins thereon two ronifortablo two-storv. dotaohetl, framt?' dwellings. No. 514 West Leigh Stroeto. and No 513 Wost Duval Street. trffF pronertv being In a thickly ponulatod. convenient and ?ood renting locality, 1 und now under trood rental. THUMP' Cash as to exoensss of sale, ratable share taxes for nressnt year, : the sum of SS33.33 and Interest thereon ; from February 25. 1911. nod ?ho rostrtua ; noon equal credits at ono and two : years bv negotiable notes, with Inter- i iist adrlcd. and secured by deed of trust?,, or -ill in cash, at the option of the pur-';; chaser O. H, FUNSTEN. Trustee. ELAM A FCNSTKN, Auctioneers.