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\Vant Ad. Rates
ONE CENT PER ' word
77hen paid in advance. No Ad,
taken for less I than TEN
cents. _
no ads. taken for
less Than twenty
five CENTS when phoned in
?xr charged at the counter.
Classification not guaranteed
efter 9:30 P. M.
FOR BUSINESS COW.
TRACTS Phorus Monroe 1 toi
the WANT AD. MAlJ to call.
bodied, unmarried mou, between ages
of IK and id; citizens of United Statue,
of Kood character und temperate hab?
its, wlio can speak, i-oud and writo Iii?
English language, for information ap?
ply to RECRUITING- OFFICE. U20 East
llroad St., Richmond, Vi.; l&l Sycamoru
St.. Petersburg. Va.. or Columbia Build?
ing. Gran by St.. Norfolk. Va_
drug CLERK WANTED; ItEFEIl
encea required. SCOTT BROS.,
Charleston, v.'. Va.
0 ? o7; O VE RNM BN Tj7os 1TI OXHOl' BN.
Write for list. FRANKLIN 1NSTI
TliTE, Dept. 371 (J. Rochester. N. Y_.
fWANTED, 'j dfOUNO~~ MEN OF QOOD
character to leant tho automobllo
hustucBS. We must have between
llfty and scvonly-hve men for our
factory connections within thu next
tlireo months, nnd we will allow mon
who can furnish reference to pay a
part of the cOnt of learning out of
ll.elr llrst month's salary. Mr. c. W.
Yearnane, 91ts West Broad. Richmond.
Va., no longer connected with this
Institution. For all Information ad?
dress communications direct to Wash?
ing Dept., isOj Fourteenth Street, tl
V?'.. Was 1 ilngton. D. _C._
SrHREE GOOD SOLICITORS FOB Al
proposition. Call at AUTO EX?
CHANGE. 221 -'.!'-?:: W. B! -)?!d
.WANTED. TEN LABORERS AND 25
brjrk-cleaners to pull down old HI.
Clalr Hotel, at Ninth and Capitol
Streets, to-day CThursduy) at II
. .o'clock. Apply to W. S. SIMMS.
Si EN WANTED,.: AGE iT TO 3 0. TO
prepare tor firemen, about $100
monthly, and brakemen, J8u, on near?
by railroads; experience unnecessary;
no strike. positions guaranteed com?
petent men?S.P'O sent to positions
State njc and physical, condition.
Send stamp RAILWAY EL. ASS'?),
care Times-Dispatch._
CHAUFFEURS EARN 125 PER WEEK.
Become one uy taking an unlimited !
course, day of night, in our garage
and machine shot, actuui practice
direct with the cars. Gld'-st. largest
nnd best equipped training school In
the South; one-half payable In ad?
vance for a life scholarship; balance
when you get a position. NATIONAL
AUTO ?UHOOLS COIiPORXTlON,
221-223 West Broad Street. Monroe
_10?L_
WANTED. A BOY OR MAN FOR
house and yard work, In suburbs, on;
car llnij; good wakes and .room. Ap?
ply Room 42, 1! Sojujh Twelfth Street.
PANT8.MAKER WANTED. THE t'.AF.l-;
TAILORING CO.. No. S02 E Mailt Sti
MEN. DON'T BE IDLE. THIS IS YOUR
opportunity to make $1 to II dully.
Wo have men In our employ making
%?.?) weekly. No opposition, No books
or Insurance canvassing. NEW ERA
SPECItALTY CO., 200 W. Thirty
fourth Street. Now jYork City._
YOU- ARE WANTED FOR GOVERN?
ment.position; 880 month. Write for
list of positions open. FRANKLIN
INSTITUTE, Dept. 370 g, Rochester.
N. V._
Xlh'O SCHOOL.?OLDEST, LARGEST
and best-ciiulpped and only real
practical auto bchool in this section.
Open day and night the year around.
Call und Bie for youreelf. Our sat?
isfied pupils, are our references.
RICHMOND AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL
8IS W. Rroad Street._
WANTED, A CYLINDER PRESS FEED
er; experience necessary. Apply at
i.nee to WILLIAMS PRINTING CO..
II to 15 N. Fourteenth Street.
^ituatuns fi'iantE?, itiaic.
nTPe^^yT'c^mTpetent gentle
man In middle life, position as col?
lector, real estate preferred. Can
furnish good reference and bond if
necessary. Address F S43, care Times
Dispatch._
MALE STENOGRAPHER. at pres
ont employed, desires to make
change. Address B 5S1, care Times
Dispatch._
A~ YOUNG MAN OF GOOD HABITS
artd address desires a position as col?
lector or office work of some kind.
Very best of references. Address E
7'jD. care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED.?A> MATURE CLERK AND
etliclent general store manager de?
sires position; will go anywhere; Al
references. B 637, caro Times-Dls
pntch._
WANTED, POSITION BY ROOKKEEP
jar and acoountant; 16 years' experi?
ence- now employed. Good reasons
for desiring change. Address J 125,
care Times-Dispatch._
itXDY EXPERIENCED IN BOOIC
keeplng and stenography; hours, 8
A. M. to 6 P. M. State salary ex
pec tedj_?eJ^rjmco^_P._01 Box No;'474.
WANTED, job PRESS FEEDERS. ap
ply at once to MITCHELL & HOTCH
K1SS, 6-8-10 n. Eighth Street. _
Wanted, a nurse to go to" the
country. Must come with good rec?
ommendations. Apply to r. R.
'"CHAFFIN ?fc co.. INC., 1111 e. Mnln
Street.
ik? 5. 1 " sees ? - ! b ?
^ttmtion?^Sante?., :tFema[?.
XN^ffDUC'ai'ed YOUNG fjAXW^viT
Slres position as useful companion In
lady going to' the country. B 601,
care Times-Dispatch,
~~&> ttujuio rate??tcmai.
f^OF"E!?SOIt~E. G. CAT A IS CONDUCT
Ing classes in Spanish and doing
coaching on college nnd high school
work at SIS e- Clay._
^oUcitm? film e3>aiCi$miMt.
.av'aTnted, two specialty sales
men for first-class article. Call Room
a, third floor, 1?15 E. Main, a a. M.
tills morning._
JUA ROE ST AND "BEST ASaORTMENT
of newest styles In millinery, suits,
drosses, all kinds, of ready-made gar?
ments for ladies, misses and chil?
dren; alterations free. Small ex?
penses means a saving for you. Also
a lino of pattern hats for the trado.
MRS. JULIUS BEAR, 1123 E. Main
Street.
?" ? ? ?? 111 ??
^v^^^^anteij.^_
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OB
of every description bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1623 E
Cary St. Phone ' ladlaon 3628._
frYPEWRITERS RENTED. 3 MONTHS.
. $6. Rent nppliod on purchase.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE
CO., GO5 re. Main Street. /_
WANTED. TO BUY A DOUBLE TRUCK.
Must be In good condition and cheap.
Apply, .stating price, where it. can bo
seen. B 007, care Times-Dispatch._
j fclORS BS?BOARD AND PASTURE." IM>
nr?vement guaranteed. C. B. CROW
DER, Kemp's Farm. Madison 4057-J.
WANTED. TO BUY HUh i.ASU. HUUdlS
hcld goods in any quantity. Phone
' Mailisoc 3ft51.
WANTED, TO SELL BUILDING MA
torlaL 'Apply to W. S. SIMMS. Ninth
j find Capitol Strcota.
AWNINGsT ANVNINGsf^WNINGsT""
FOOL THE RUN BV PLACING YOUR '
order for awnlnga with us, now. We
uro In u position to moot all dn
miinds promptly. II. B, COPELAND
& CO.. 10S N. Ninth Stroot. Phono
Madison 2570. j
HOUSE CLEANING. " |
CARPET AND SI ATTING LAYING,
wuxlng and staining Moors, wtndowa
washed. WILLIAM JOHN.SON, Mon
_100 3120._
UPHOLSTERING" AND MATTRESSES.
PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD
pieces rcupholMtured. MaVlru.s.se-j
renovated neatly. Sanitary mcthnda;
Reliable work. SYDNOH & HUND?
LEY, 711 East Broad. Madison 22UI.
LAWN MOWERS.
THE BEST IS NOT TOO GOOD. THIS
Is why there arc about 500 satisfied
iifji-rs of the genuine Pennsylvania
mowers in Richmond. We also carry
the cheap stuft ua low an $2.50. If
you coin lind it. ?,-?> lo McGHAWK,
_1140-42 E, Mali! Street_
MATTRESSES'. Vi ATT RESSES! .'
WE REND FOR YOUR MATTHESS IN
Iii? morning, ma he It over Uko new.
und return It to .you the 8amo doy.
Now hair mattresses a specialty, ja
C?B UMLAUF. Pll?no Mudlsoi. 82H2
bakery".
100 LEMON SNAPS. 36c; r, LOAVES
bread for 26c; 1 large pound enke.
25c. DHINKARD. 12.1 1-2 North
Sixth.
WATCH ltlSfAlHlNU.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR
cleaned by WM. TOB1EN, JR., la a
guurantee that It Is dono properly
Twenty years' experience. Cleaning,
(1; main springe, ?1. -108 E??. Wroail
Btreot. All work guaranteed.
Panama Matters. -
PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CLEAN
ed. bleached, hlor-k. retrlinrnett.
AMERICAN HAT CO.. Hatters, Fifth
and Mar-shall. _
CLEANING ANT- DYEING SILKS.
W'E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CLEAN
lim and dyeing sillts. Bat Ina, laces,
furs, poriges; foulards, household
draperies, blanket?, etc* Nothing too
difficult. SPITZER1, MY CLEANER,
luj North Eighth Street. Phonu Mad?
ison 1121 _
SHOE REPAIRING.
75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c
ladles,; every pblr Bowed; best leath?
er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub- 1
her heels, 2T.C; Tred-Alr rtibber heels.
4uc; loather heels rebuilt like new.
25e DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phono
Monroe ?SGL
Coat anb ???oob.
KHnDLING WOOD; EXC1?LLENTV FOR
llKht cooking. *1.7.", hall-cord; Phono
Madison 177. SAMUEL II. COTTRELL
| tfe SONS;_
KILN-DRIED KINDLING WOOD, {175
per load. MILLER MFG. CO.. INC.
Phone Madison IMP._'
HICKORY : STOVE WOOD.
DO YOU WANT A LOAD OF THE
best hickory wood In the city cut
to stove lengths? You can get It
by 'phoning your order to Madison
411. Deliveries promptly made. VIR?
GINIA-NORTH CAROLINA WHEEL
_COMPANY._
LONG'S SPRING WOOD MAKES A
quick Are and good heat, because he
has kept II stored away. It la per?
fectly dry and exactly what you nted
el this season, whon It Is usually
hard to net drv wood at any prico
Phone Madison 1069 _
? vv""h7tFwYANDOTTES lANLV SIN GLE
Comb Black Mihorcas; free range,
visorous. active, hatching eggs, baby
chicks and breeding stock lor sale.
WILLIAM N. MICHAEL. Aberdeen,
Md _'_
EGGS FOR HATCHINO.
WHITE PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
FISCH EL AND BICK E RDIKE
STRAINS;
R. C. RHODE ISLAND REDS,
DE GRAFFE STRAIN;
{l.ft6 FOR 15.
M IN I BOR Y A FARM.
DREWRY'S BLUFF. VA.
PHONE MADISON 1'165-J.
FOR SALE. TEN MILCH COWS AND
calves; all good; all fresh. Apply at
once. F. W. CAB AN ISS, Ford Depot.
FOR SALE. TWO GENUINE HOLD
steln mule calves. Address J. L &
E. C. MILLER. R. F. D- No. 3. City.
?BUisiiierfs ^ooortimrtfes.
A'? ;i:N'l I-KSIAN WITH ?00 CASH TO
act as manager for Richmond and
the Southern States for staple line
of goods not sold In the South.
Strictly no opposition. Send for
particulars NEW EtU-A SPECIAL?
TY CO., 200 W. Thirty-fourth Street,
New Y'ork City.
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & 80N Insures
best results._
WE CAN REPAIR YOUR AUTOMO
blle springs, body. top. cushions,
wheels and paint In the finest man?
ner. R. H. BOSHDP.S SONS, 16 8.
NInth Street._ <
WHAT WILL YOU GIVE FOR 25
shares of Building, Loan and Trust
Company, of Manchester? CHAS.
CUTTING. Lexington. _N. C._
SpTflNGTIME^IS^iVERE. GET YOUR
last year's clothes out and phone
Madison 1121, nnd our automobile'
will call, get anil return your gar?
ments In Al condition. SPITZER,
my CLEANER AND DYER, 102 N.
ElKhth Street._ j
NOTICE TO OUT-OF-TOWN ARCHI-j
nets and engineers: Mail or express
us your tracings for blue prints, any
length or size. We use a continuous
electric machine and guarantee our
work to he ilrst class. RICHMOND
: 'BLUE PRINT CO., 21 N. Twelfth St.
HOMI5SERKERS OR INVESTORS! I
Don't fail to attend auction sale of
Southsldo dwellings, No. 20S Eust
Eleventh Stroot, No. 402 Wesi Four?
teenth Street and Twenty-sixth
Street, Woodland Heights, this af-i
tornoon, beginning at 4 o'clock, b. F.
HAMILTON & CO.. Auctioneers, No.
1021 Hull Struct._.
BARBERS, ATTENTION! THE ONLY
one Joo Bickerath!'!.' will call for.
Sharpen and deliver your shears.
' 1811 -Eftai Mailt; Phono Madison 3303.
EVERYBODY WANTS GOOD FRESH1
vegetables. You can get them at
ALLARD'S at reasonable prices. Will
open Saturday, Slay 27, at Sixth
Street Market. Stall No. 4L_
BEST AUTOMOBILE PAINTING DONE
at R. II. BOSH ICR'S SONS, 15 South
Ninth Street._
RELIABLE TRANSFER, rdlLLNER'R,
H02 North Ninth .Street, hauls trunks
for. 25 cents, vnllses IZ cents; claim
checks issued at the house for your
~ baggage. Two men on our wagon.
We make 'a specialty of moving fur?
niture and pianos. Phono Mndlson
1445; residence phono Monroe 2ICO.
YOUR RENT ?TfcCUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & 80N Insure*
Best results._
WANTED] 'I'll in fUBLTC TO KNOW
that JAHNKE BROS, Jowelers.. 012
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUM
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and ail -
ver Always taken in exchange._
J&oarb ^^n?hT^^
tSy" QUIET FAMILY OF" THREE,
one smnll nnd one largo room, with
board. In the country or suburbs,
convenient to steam or trolley ears:
no children; references. E 793, cara
i Times-Dispatch. .
DAILY PUZZLES
A carpenter's, tool.
ANS WISH TO YESTK.tDAT'5 FI77.ZLE
I.ciin-tw,
Jf or Sl>ale.
UHUE STEAiif "HEATER, ?IN good
condition, suitable for hotel or apart?
ment house. Price, $100. h. F.
UEKXHARD & URO.. Ill e. Main St.
CHEAP, ADD KINDS OF SECOND
hund mechanical tools. Apply JEF?
FERSON LOAN OFFICE. 1705 East
Main _Strtct._?
NEWMAN'S UMBRELLA FACTORY?
Umbrellas und parasols recovered
and repaired; prices reasonable; sum?
mer parasols recovered with your
own go6ds to match your dress.
'Phone us and wo will tell you how
much goods you need. We have a
big lino of summer parasols from 50c.
up lo $5 apiece. Also a big line of
umbrellas from 50c. up to $10 apiece.
Come and seo us, we will treat you
right. 31S East Broad Street.
'Phone Monroe 2103.
RENT A; TYPEWRITER:-REMlN*OTON(
No. fi. No. 7 or No. 8 model: thive
months for $5. If machine purchased
at end of three or six months all
rental to apply. REMINGTON TYPE
WRITER COMPANY. 605 E Main St
CSM-HTA KING BUSINESS jFOR SALE,
Old established house;-have most all
the city trade and the most of coun?
try business; complete stock; brick
store built for the business in one of
the best towns In North Carolina:
about in.000 population. Reason for
selling poor health. Write 1701 W.
Main Street. Richmond._
lumber, latus, shingles, sash, i
blinds, doors. WOODWARD & SON.
Ninth and Arch. Richmond. Va.
F i n e S t AUTOMOBILE PAINTING
done at R. h. BOSHER'S SONS, 15
South Ninth Street._
HAVE JUST ..GOT IN CAR of THE
"Keystone" spring wagons. These
wagons are high-grade; so If yuu
need a long-body wagon for con?
tracting, painting or any other use
It will pay yob to see them. The
palntlngi on thorn Is very good in?
deed.
.1 UFT A FEW MORE of THE GOOD
second-hand buggies and runabouts.
One rubber-tire cutunder surrey, in
good con.iition. 175.
ALL GOODS AT A VERY LOW PRIOR.
Sc-e us before vou buy. BRIST?W-I
WOKSHAM CO.. 1135 E. Main._
TYPEWRITERS "RENTED. 8 MONTHS
$5. Rent epplled on purchase.
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE
co.. 605 E Main Street._
SEE US FOR THAT WAGON THAT
you need In your business. We car?
ry them In stock, find can supply
your wants at once. A. MEYER'S
SONS. 731 E. Cnry Street._
LAW book. "CLARK ON CONTRACTS,"
second edition f.l?04), excellent con
' ' dltloh": sell'cHeap. Address"" H "606.
_Ca re Tl m es - DI s pa tch._
FOR SALE. "McC?SKEY REGISTER,"
220 account, good as new. Phone
Madison "? 34S. or 2313 E. Broad Street.
^et&cmai?. j
SPRING GLEANING
CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED WITH
vacuum cleaners quickly and cheaply
In your 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. Phone Mon?
roe 2948-J". We are salesmen for
hand and electric cleaners, from $15
to ?125._
NOW IS THE TIME to HAVE YOUR
automobile painted for spring. The
best work at R. H. BOSHER'S SONS.
15 South Ninth StreeL_
YOUR RENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON insu.??
best results._
KID GLOVES CLEANED. ALL
lengths. 10c. Our auto will call for
and deliver anywhere anything.
SPITZER, My Cleaner and Dyer, 103
North Eighth Street. Phone Madison
4121._;_
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUGHES'S. 209 North Third.
j ^oarolnH._
n^NOVEFcAFE, 100 WEST FRANK
lin. Reduced rates for summer^
months. MRS. LEE STUNE LIPS
CO.MB. _-_
BOARDERS WANTED FOR LARGE
front room; couplo or gentlemen.
41S N. Tenth._.
MRS. CHAS. K. BOWERS. 115 EAST
Franklin. handsomely . appointed
rooms., with board; largo, well-von
tilaied dining room, onenins; on Sec
ond Street Mcal3 by day or week.
^uimmr^^on^iurr.
b^A>.DERS WANTED IN .-\T~CounTRY
town In the mountains; cool shade:
long porches; good board. Terms.
$6 per week; no children taken. Ad?
dress Box 26, Gordonsvllle, Va.
BUCK ROE BEACH, V A.?SAYRE COT
iiige on the beach front; all modern
conveniences. Send for circular.
References exchanged. CHAS. R.
SAY RE, Buckroo Bench, Va._
diggs COTTAGE, FRONTING CIIESA
peuko Buy, now open for boarders,
season 1911; modern Improvements:
terms reasonable: fine bathing. MRS.
II. A. DIGGS, Proprietress, Ocean
View, Va._
WANTED, BOARDERS FOR THE
summer; fine location; cool house;
liiigo rooms; all conveniences; In the
cltv of Chnrlottosvillo. Address 214
East High Street._.
A PLEASANT SUMMER HOME FOR
n limited number; live miles from tho
famous Nuturul Bridge; churches,
post-oliico and C- * O. and N. &; W.
R. R. stations within one-half mile:
mountain scenery beautiful. Apply
to J. s. McCLURE, Glasgow Manor.
Glasgow, Va. _
{?utomobilea formale
Xi1t?5ml5i3Tles b?ugTit, s?lltPex^
changed; free repairs for one year,-'
Includo f.ho following;' "Mathowson,"
cost $5,500, nov $1,250; "E. M. F.,"
$050; 1011 "Intorstnto." $1.500; "New
Hudson," $975; six-cylinder ."Utds
mobllc," $3.000; "Chalmers," $900;
"Autocar." $450; Parry, Regal, Reo,
Bulck, Franklin, Jnckson, Rambler,
Thomas, Maxwell, from $160 up, and
many others. AUTOMOBILE EX?
CHANGE, 221-223 West Broad Stroot.
Monroe 1051. ?
BEAUTIFUL SEVEN - PASSENGER,
$5,000 car. Will exchange for small
louring car. Apply AUTOMOBILE
EXCHANGE, 221-223 West Broad
Street.
DYEING AND CLEANipa"
THE BEST DYEING AND CLEANING
can he found ~a t GILL'S. Suits
scoured and pressed,-75c 325 North
; Fifth. Pbone 4862,
l&enl <?0tatc for ?>a\z.
f??~l5AZE'$(^6o^'?>T~f?' 8TU ART j
Avenue, 150 foot cast ol Broad und
Mailt Street car lino. It 55, caro
?Times-Dispatch._ j
YOUlT KENT ACCOUNT PLACED
with N. W. BOWE & SON Insures
beat ronulta. |
IE Y??~Wr?nt A H?iTl-riN BEAUTI - j
ful Woodbind Heights attend our
auction -salo this afternoon, u.
11 AM I ETON & CO^ Auctioneers.
F?H SALE. 20 OR 20 SHAKES OF
Building, Loiin and Trust Co. of Man- ;
Chester, paying 0 per cent. No taxes
. CHAS. CUTT'INO; Lexington. N. C.
FOR SALE, nos. 211 A.NU .10 WEHT
Broad. Apply owner, 40ji i:. Clay St.
Foil SALE, BEAUTIFUL" WAT Kit
front borne; till modlrn conveniences,
-overlooking Forliess Monroo, Hamp?
ton Roads; boating, bathing, Ilsltiiig;
large lawn, shade trees; two minutes'
walk to car. For further Information
address S. (H. W? caro/Postmaster.
Buekroe. Va._
^&zal Zitate for Ren?
for 'rTicNT'T' n^cei"y 'FriJNisrT^D
house: modorn Improvemc-nto; corner!
lotts 50x210; will rent from Juno 1]
to October 1 or longer. For terms
apply SOU Tivonty-BlJclh Street. Nor
: folk, Va._i_
FOR RENT, 1720 GROVE AVENUE: 12
r.otuns. CI1AS. A. ROSE CO., ri N.
.Ninth._?_
FOR RENT, 7 W. MARSHALL; EIGHT
rooms. CHAS. A. ROSE CO., 6 North
_i\inllt._
FOR,RENT, ELEVEN-ROOM COTTAOE
at Virginia Beach, facing the ocean;
contrally located, comfortably fur?
nished, servants' quarters, for months
of Juno and July, or will sell same for
$1,000, giving possession at once. Ap?
ply to BALDWIN BROS.. Dl Brooke
Avenue, NorT?lk. Va.
FOR RENT, 'FfIE'UnIsxI'TrED tert[
of 105 East Grace Street, furnished.
Apply at nbovo number.
Ikzal (E?tatc iMantc?.
Y"OL'vC "P.~Ef?T5 XCCOUN 1" PLACED
with N. W. BOWE SON Insures
best results.
WANTED. TO RENT FolT^TTl-; SUM-;
mor, a dwelling house In country, not
more than 20 miles from city. Re?
sponsible pariy. Address A 515, care
Tlrnea-Dispatch._
\VAN~TED. HOUSE IN CENTRAL Lo?
cation, In good condition, by respon?
sible professional party; not lens
than eight rooms. B 585, core .Times
l.'lspatch.
booing for Z\enr.
THE WELLINGTON, 314 EAST CLAY
Street.?Cool, clean rooms; phone;
bath._._
HANDSOME ROOMS, NICELY FU fi?
nished; good location; with or with?
out board; reasonable terms. 223
Governor Street.
THREE 'FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping or lodging; no
children. Phony Madison 100-J._
FOUR NICELY HUHNIS 1 IE D~ rtOOMfl.
with or without board; good location:
reasonable terms. 130.1 W. Main.
SI 4 E. CLAY.?COOL, CLEAN ROOMS:
bath; ice water; transients also.
ONE . SBCOND-FLOOI t ROOM, N EAR
bath':1 gentlemen. - 107 n. Third.
BRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE ROOMS. EN
suite or singly; hoard If desired. 201
East Franklin. Phone Madisbn 46SS.
FOR RENfi NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at 71S E. Marshall._
.flats iar iH?iu.
waSte?^by "couple wiTiffwo
small children, some on-:- to occupy
upper flat; four rooms, bath, electric
lights; opposite Foros-t Hill. Address
p. J. R., 11-13 S. Seventh Stroot.
^^Jcxcajj^tatc torj&alc.
FOR SALE.
Rental, 200;
Price, $1,600
CORNER STORE PROPERTY,
renting to good white tenants under
lep.so.
J. A. CONNELLY Sz CO.
MONUMENT
AVENUE
1 00 Feet
We can offer a very close price for a
quick sale. Location very desirable.
McCLURE-DA VENPORT-TA YLOR CO..
_104 North Eighth.
FOR SALE.
$6,500
BRICK DWELLING
of twelve rooms, two baths, etc. - Can
trally located.
3. A. CONNELLY & CO.
A Large, Handsome Club?
house
Located on Harbor Island, Core Sound.
N. C. about thirty miles from Beau?
fort, for salo or lease. Terms reason?
able. First story solid cement walls;
second story and nttic frame, substan- j
tlally built. Cohthlns In second story
nine comfortable bed rooms; on tho
first floor, good size living rooms, mod- I
ern plumbing nnd toilet arrangement, j
and n separate house for the cook, eon- |
tabling kitchen, adjoins the main
building, and also a guide house. The
building is located on a. small Island
containing about an acre of ground.
Excellent shooting In the neighbor?
hood?duck nnd wild geese. The sur?
rounding country affords good spoil
for hunting snipe, wild turkeys, qunll j
and occasionally larger gamo. Abun
dnnco of fresh ftsh and oysters are
easily obtained nearby. In the sound.
The house 'B conveniently located and
suited to sporting purposes, or will
furnish a fine rendezvous for yachts?
men. Mnll boot passes twice, a day;
carries' passengers
For further partfculors. address
COLEMAN RANDOLPH.
Morrlstown, N. J.
Ginter Park
Dwelling of eight rooms, bath, etc.;
city conveniences, including hot water
heat. Owner leaving city.
$6,750
J. A. CONNELLY & CO.
T.-D.. 5-25-11?11 _
Brick Residence
? Two blocks west of Boulevard, in
rapidly growing section; seven rooms;
all conveniences.
$5,500
J. A. CONNELLY &? CO. '
T.-D . 5-25-11? It._(
~ FOR SALE.
Stuart Avenue
Nlne-Toom brick; all conveniences,
including hot wnter 'heat.
$6,500
3. A. connelly & co.
T.-D., 5-25-11?It. "
liy^F.?wTird S." Rose Company,
Real Estate Auetlonoers.
AUCTION SALE DY HIE TRUSTEE
' OF
THAT CENTRA L ti Y LOCATED
TUR EE-STORY AND RASEMBNT
UR1CIC DWELLING, NO. 613 EAST
LEIGH STREET.
By vlrtun of a certain deed of trust,
dated 16th July, l?08. and of record
In Iho clerk's olllco, Richmond Chan?
cery Court, In D. 8. 19S-C. pas-: 67,
default having been made In the pay?
ment of the debt thereby secured, nnd
being required so to do "by the boned
clary l will sell by auction, upon the
promises, on
THURSDAY, THE 26TTI DAY OF MAY,
,191.1, nt r, o'clock P. M..
tho above excellently Conditioned, well
arranged and conveniently located
dwelling or apartment house, as you
may elect. In that It answers for cither.
An Inspection of the premises, which
w<<. earnestly Invite, will fully convince
you of Ms true merit. Iho tot hits a
front of 27 feet nnd 4 Inches by it
depth of 145. feet, more or less. For
rental purposes yon will Und this a
record-breaking money-getter.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
and u note of J3.F00. with 6 per cent
Interest thereon from tho 15th day of
April. 1911, until paid. Tho residue
as will be named nt lime of sale.
EDWARD S. ROSE,
Trustee.
By Elom <fc Funsten.
Real Estate Auctloneors.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
' OF J
THE LOT ON WEST LEIGH AND DU
VAL STREETS. TOOETliEn WITH
THE TWO DETACHED. TWO-STORY
FRAME DWELLINGS. OF FOUR
ROOMS EACH. THEREON, NO. 611
WEST LEIGH STREET. AND NO. 513
WEST DUVAIi STREET. THE LOT
RUNNING THROUGH FROM LEIGH
TO DUVAL.
In execution of a certain deed of
trust to the undersigned trustee, dated
August 25, 1909. recorded In Deed Oocds
204-D, page 91, Richmond Chancery
Court, default having been made In
tho debt secured, and being required
so to do by the beneficiary. 1 shall sell,
bv nubile auction, on the premises, on
?THURSDAY. MAY 25. 1911,
at 6 o'clock P. M?
the real estate described In said deed.
It being tho lot of land, with the. Im?
provements thereon, on the north side
of Leigh Street about 369 feet west of
Brook Avenue, fronting 25 feet on Leigh
Street, nnd runnlnir back to nnd front?
ing on tho wide alley or extension of
AYest Duvnl Street, having thereon two
comfortable two-storv. detached, frame
dwellings. No 611 West Leigh Street,
nnd No. 513 West Duval Street, the
property being In a thickly populated,
convenient and good renting locality,
and now under good rentul.
TERMS: Cash as to exnenses of sale,
ratable share taxes for oresont year,
the stun of (833.33 and Internst thereon
from February 25, 1911. Hnd iho residue
upon equal credits at ono nnd two
years, bv negotiable notes, with inter?
est added, and secured by deed of trust:
or all In cash, at tho option of tho pur?
chaser. O. H. FUNSTEN, Trustee.
ELAM & FUNSTEN.
Auctioneers.
By Sutton A Co.,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION-SALE
OF
Those Two New, Handsome
and Well-Located Brick
Dwellings on the North'
Side of
Grove Avenue
BETWEEN ROWLAND AND MEADOW
STREETS, DESIGNATED AS NOS.
2012 AND 2014.
Bv virtue, of two deeds of trust, both [
from A. W. Smith and E. F. Woodall '
nnd their wives, the first dated May 1.
1907. and of record I- the clork'a offico
of the Chancery Court of the city of
Richmond in D. B. 193 "C." page 22:
and the second dated May 2, 1910, nnd
of record In tho said clerk's ofllco in
D. B. 207 "A," page 35; default having
been mado In the paymont of tho debt
secured, and nursuant also to an order I
of the District Court of tho United
States of the Eastern District of Vir?
ginia, entered at Richmond on tho
16th day of May, 1911, in the matter
of Smith A Woodall. bankrupts, the
undersigned. C- H. Sutton. as trustee
in each of said deeds of trust, and P.
Melsel. Jr., as trustees In bankruptcy
r-f the estate of snld bankrupts, will
offer for sule nt public auction, on the
premises, on
THURSDAY*. MAY 25. 1911,
at 6 P. M.. those two handsome Grove
Avenue residences designated as Nog
2012 and 2011.
These dwelllnKs are comparatively
new. well built, contain about 14 rooms
each, besides baths, closets, etc., with
all the modern Improvements. They
are among the handsomest houses on
Grove Avenue. *
The lots front Jointly 85 feet. A plat
of said property has ' been prepared,
showing bounds of each of said two
residences, which may bo seen at the.
ofllce of tho auctioneers at any time
prior to tho time of sale, and the same
will ho exhibited at the salo.
TERMS: While under tho terms of
said deeds of trust a cash sale Is called
for, but by consent of all parties, the
said nroporty will be oifered for snlu
noon tho terms of one-fourth cash and
tho balance In three equal Instalments
at 6, 12 and IS months, with interest
payable seml-annually, evidenced by
notes secured by a trust deed, or all
cash, nt the option of'the purchaser.
C. H. SUTTON.
Trustee In both deeds, nnd
P. MEISEL, JR..
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Ry J. Thompson Brown A Co.,
1113 Main Street.
AUCTION SALE
OF i
TWELVE WEST END LOTS, ON THE
PREMISES,
THURSDAY', MAY 26, 6 P. M..
In the following order:
I. Three lots fronting 65 feet, north?
east corner Cnry and Elm Streets.
Good location for storo.
II. One lot 30 feet. Cary near Elm.
III. Three lots, fronting SOxlGo foot.
Elm near Main Street. Extra dopth.
IV. Three lots, fronting 80x160 feet,
east side Davis Avenue, near Main
Street.
These arn attractive lots in size and
location, and Just (he place to build
for occupancy or speculation.
TERMS; Liberal, end announced at
sale.
J. THOMPSON BROWN ft CO..
Auctioneers.
Immediately nfter above sale, wo
Will offer tho attractive
QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE
No., 2406 West Cary
Street
adjoining above lots. Contains eight
rooms, reception hnll, etc. Immediate
possession. Terms easy.
.Ti THOMPSON BROWN A CO.,
_Auctioneers.
Beat <?s>tate for Hetit.
FOR RENT.
Attractive clghtrroom suburban
dwelling, with stable; on enr line.
R. B. CHAFF1N A CO., INC..
IUI East Main Street
I 1 0-1 East Clay Street
AT AUCTION. '
At th0 requost of tho nonresident
owner, we will offer for sale at auc?
tion, on the premises, on
MONDAY, MAY 2?. 1611.
at 5:30 P. M..
the property Known as No. 1101 East
Clay 41 trout, situated at the soil thou St
corner of Clay and Eleventh Streets,
with th,. largo brick dwelling thereon,
containing :<!xtoon rooms. The lot has j
a largo front ago. This property In well
located, and la especially nduptod for
a boarding hOuse, being close to two
medical colleges and sovcrul hojylinls.
TERMS: Easy, and at sale.
N. W. UOWH ft SON.
Auctioneers.
?uctto? ;&<Ues, JfutuiE 23ay&
By Tho Virginia Auction Co.,
Qehoral Auctioneers,
l? N. Seventh Stroot.
BANKRUPT AUCTION SALE
OF THE '
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT OF
THE BLAIR GLASS MEG. CO., INC.,
TWENTY-FIRST AND DECATUR
STREET. SOUTH RICHMOND.
Pursuant to a decree <?? tho Dlsvtrlot
Court of tho United States for tho
Eastern District of Virginia, onterud
on April 27. 1311. In tho matter of
Blair Glass. Mfg. Co., Inc. wo will sell,
on tho premises, Twenty-ltrsl and Do
catur Street?, South Richmond, com?
mencing at 10:30 A. M..
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911,
ono 16x16 and 10 V&XlO and U-InohCom
ppuhdrfetoam and Air Norwalk Com?
pressor, complete with Uttings, receiver
and connections; 2 Brown Electrlo Pyro?
meters, with wire nnd Uttings; one Gas
Valve, 237 tons Glans, S37 Empty Cas-os.
15 tons Sand, 13 bags Nitrate of Soda,
20 tons Lime, 400 gallons: Oil. ono barrel
Manganese, ono barrel Arsenic, ono
barrol Antimony, ono lot of Colum?
bia and Washington Ovnl Molds, half
cur Indented Paper.
Salo positive. TERMS: Cosh.
CARY ELLIS STEN, Trustoo.
VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.,
Auetionoor3.
By MoVelgh & Gllnn,
Real Estate Auctioneers,
Klchmond, Va.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
OF
THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND
KNOWN AS "MOUNT BEN ARD,"
SITUATED ON JAMES RTVER. NEAR
MAIDENS, IN THE COUNTY OF
GOOCHLAND, VA.. AND CONTAIN?
ING 500 ACHES. MORE OR LESS.
B yvlrtue of a ce.rtaln deod of trust
to the undersigned trustees, datod May
4, 1909, duly recorded In the clerk's
olllee of the Circuit Court of Gooch
land county. Vs.. In Deep Doblc No. 52.
paga 139, default having been madj,
and being required so to do by the ben?
eficiaries, we will .proceed to sell, on the
premises, on
FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1911,
at 1 o'clock P. M-,
the nbovo well-known farm, known as
"Mount Bennrd." This tract of land
contains about o00 acres, part of snine
btMng in? low grounds and part high
land. The Improvements consist of a
brick dwelling house of six or eight
rooms nnd ttie usual outbuildings.
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the
costs nnd expenses of executing this
trust. Including n trustee's commis?
sion of 6 per cent.; all taxes and Insur?
ance premiums unpaid at the time of
sale of said real ostate, nnd also a
ratablo proportion of tho taxes for tho
year 1911. and a note for ?200 and In?
terest on same from May 4, 1911 to day
of sale; also a note for ! 1,>it>G.r,a and
Interest on samo from May 4, 1911, to
day of sale, and a credit as to a note
for $100, due Mav 4, 1912, and credit
as to a note for $100, due May 4, 1313.
nnd a credit ns to a note for $l,60ij.tl6.
due May 4, 1913; balance In two equal
Instalments from day of sttlo for notos
with Interest added, payable respec?
tively on May 4, 1914. and May 4, 1915.
nnd secured by a deed of trust on said
real estnte, or for all cash as to said
residue, at the option of the purchaser.
I.. W. MoVEIGlI,
W. P. GL1NN,
Trustees
McVEIGH & GLINN. Auctioneers.
3&enl QZ?tatt for 5b\cnt.
32S W. Leigh St., 5 rooms.?40o
1803 Grove Ave.. 7 rooms. "Cn
1611 \V, Main St., 7 rooms. I'.tiO
1212 N. 23d St., 9 room.--. 2'. 0
Cor. West and Wallace St."., R rms., 1E0
13 N. 29th St., 7 rooms. 144
1701 Parle (furnished). 10 rooms.. "20
702 Chamberlayno. s rooms. 540
401 W. Clay. 8 rooms. 240
1910 Floyd Ave., S rooms. ... 420
Bollevue Apartment, No. 1, 7 rooms, 420
201-A Allen Ave., S roAms. SCO
119 N. Eighth St., 0 rooms, 2d flat. SCO
1020 W. Main St.. 4 rooms, 1st Hat, 270
501 W. Graco St., 1st and 2d flats,
fi rooms . 430
4 8. flnblnson, 7 rooms. 240
2108 E. Graoe, 1st floor, 5 rooms.. ISO
-GREEN & REDD,
Ninth and Franklin.
?2,000, 13.000,
?4,000, ?5.000,
TO LEND AT 5 PER CENT, INTER?
EST FOR THREE OR FIVE YEARS
on City of Richmond Improved real
ostato. Borrower to havo right to
curtail In sums of ?100 at uny six
months' period. ' j
MoVEJOH & GLINN,
1113 Enat Main Street.
ASKS FOR INFORMATION
Semite W?nt? to Know \VU?t I? llelug
Dune In Standard Oil Cn*o.
?Washington. May 24.?Information as
to what stops hnd boon taken tor
tha criminal prosooutlon of tho offi?
cers of the Standard, Oil Company, un?
der tho recent decision of ?Sie Supremo
Court, was demanded of the Attornoy
Gonoral' yesterday by the Sena to, which,
adopted without discussion a resolution
of Inquiry, offered by Senator Pomo
rone. Tho resolution names specifical?
ly .lohn D. Rockefeller, Wllllnm Rocko
feller, Henry H. Rogor3. Henry M.
Mngler, John D. Archbold, Oliver IJ.
Payne nnd Charles M. Pratt.
Although dead, H. H. Roger* Is
named in the resolution as ono of the
officers of the Standard Oil.
Tho resolution sets forth that tho
Supremo Court held the corporation
to be Illegal and. In offect, Its officers
guilty of effecting a combination In re.
Htrnlnt of trade. Therefore, tbo reso?
lution continues, the seven men named
aro amenable to criminal prosecution,
und tho demand is made "that tho At
torney-Oenoral of tho United States bo.
nnd hu Is horoby. directed to Inform
tho Senate of tho United Slatea what, If
any, proseoutlonn have been begun or
ero now ponding ngulnst tho nald tho
Standard Oil Company of Now Jersey,
or. tho nald constituent companies or
Individual defendants above named, or
any of them, for vlolutlons of said
sections 1 or 2 of said Sherman antU
trust law."
TRADE IS FACING CRISIS
Pierce Struggle Mar Remit lo Survival
of tho Fittest.
Philadelphia. Pa.. May 24.?Reports
of officers of the National Astioatatlon
of Hosiery and Undorwear Mnnufaa
turers, which began Itn seventh annual
convention here yosterday, showed that
tho trado Is facing; ft crisis, which In
tho coming year may result in only tho
survival of tho fittest.
Oarnott Andrews, of Chattanooga,
Tonn., president of the association, In
his address said tho trado was In. tho
midst of a revolution. It used to bo
that manufacturers who gave the best
article gavo the best v>Jolght also, b"t
now, ho said, tho demand Is for light
hosiery, with, good wearing quality.
"Silk stockings and socks two years
ago oould not he purchased for loss
than SI per pair," he said, "but now
they are sold at 26 cents."
Mr. Androws paid that tho trado con?
dition had been improved, by tho Payno
tariff. He added: "Thoro is a llerao
etrugglo for existence ahead of man?
ufacturers during tho coming yoar.
Those who survive will be those who
furnish better and cheaper goods. "Sj^
ndvlse you to go slow with tho falling
market that Is upon US."
g>ealeb t^po^alsl
NOT1CE TO CONTRACTORS?BIDS
will bo received at Chatham, Va., on
JUNE 1. 1911, for constructing three
miles of macadam road, two miles
on the enst sldo and one mile on
tho west sldo. commencing at tho
corporate limits of the town of
Chatham, Va. Plana nnd specifica?
tions can bo seen at tho office of tho
State Highway Commissioner, Rich?
mond, Va.; at the office of J. O. Mc
Gruder. Danville, Va.; S. S. Hurt,
county clerk. Chatham, Va.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids. Any one wishing to go
over the proposed route can commu
Inc.ite with G. W. East, Supervisor,
.Chatham, Va.
G. VvT. EAST,
M. F, SERMONES.
W. C. HARVEY,
Committee.
mm
m
fat
Richmond Va.,
The moBt magntneent hotel In th#>
South. Europeau plan. Rooms single
aird en suite, with and without baths.
Spacious sample rooms.
Rat?. 11.60 p?r dxy and upward.
Virginia ^Hilary Institute
"The West point of the South"
Collegiate and technical courses combined
?with the rigid discipline of an army post.
Virginia Cadcls tuition free.
Lcxlaoton, Va. dan. E. VI. NICHOLS, Supi.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE SKSKg,
Medicine? Oenttirtiy? Pharmacy.
yor Hosalon of 1910-tl.
New Building. Perf60t equlp
. ment. Experienced faculty of elgn
\ ty-ona teachers.
A splendid house of twelve M2) large rooms, situated on one of
our best streets ar>.i in perfect Condition. Owner leaving; town, will
sell this house ntn great sacrifice or swap (or good vacant land. A life?
time chance to secure a magnificent home nt a bargain price.
GREEN & REDD,
NINTH AM) l'll.ANKT.IN.
That's Just what If Is. Tho best built h'lmo in Virginia. Can he
bought at sixty (KO) rout.-, on tho dollnr of Its original cost. Con
talus fifteen rooms nnd In apple-pie order. Ponueeston September 1st.
location. South Third Stroat.
GREEN & REDD,
NINTH AND PIIANKtilN,

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