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GIO0AT104T WART A.\D tik.al B8 VATH MKUIllM js VIHCI.MA, AN1J ?.<*? OP tiik HKNT IS A m:iU( A. Want Ad Rates In Effect June 11, 1VU. Dali/, one cent per vrurd Trhea nald Is advance. No Ad. token tor less tonn im ernte. uue ana oiifiolf cents u ?rord'tul cluaalfU-aifuna riccpt Situation W*ut??> for Suuduy. situation Wanted one cent a word. So Art. Suuday ukeu <ur le?? tliuu afteeu ecata. So Ada. taken (or lean then tvrcuty Ove scale tvlieu pliouvu lu or ciiurged ? ( tlir counter. ("italic ordere uut u im ? uu 'r ed. (iaasliicatiuM uot auurauteed after t'lali |?. A, tut liUklucM contract* ecuil (or lite V\ iw.i .?u. .uul'i uli^uv Alaun? A. Jt?tii?4 v4?../ !.U'i,".M'j.MMV AFTERNOON, IN iuiitttr oc iti.'jau1) ti etore, or on suuui ...uu ot Liuuu btreei, between bixtu uuo Foui'tit dtruuva, ladies' eingie uuau o?>a waten? wim uiack ana lUb unu > ignua Hospital Nuraeu uiaaa uin; leiiors B, al. iviu, eugraveu on buck ui pin. ituwuiu if returned tu i?. U, i-x^^i.M, in East atuiu b treat, LO?T, EITHER ON UICIIMUND-HEN iicu oar, i^tuau cjticei Unurub or Cbimboruiu I'ark, unu bar pm, wim uvu .v.su tiionaa uu.i (tower, t>ci wiui pe-.ii? auc utnethyst, Rewaru u ru lutucu tu ?vi8 iuaat Maiouuii. lAi,il-4ll(Alt.lJ r P.uAl MV PLACE uu ti.?;....lie Cam ) c?uiUi>, ltd male ?euer, goc<i eise; also email lvinaiu uiu.i? utiu tun setter, uotn Mealing collar with ihy name Hiera* uu. Reward for tueir return or u tormauon <vion.a tu ineir recovery. ?>. 11. MUUKU i-U.ST, UOi.L BAR PIN. ULL'E enamel, IUI ee peal ib, uu KuL.ilJt.oli, tuatn, uouievard ui ai Reservoir, ite. Wu.ru ii returned iu ii?xa ?rbve avu , uue. Ii AUL.' iiVE AN AUTOUOBILiE AND ' A Li'i l EE aotieii ?Vui OAitj t'ti ivl U> rt. i-UoiTlON iu (.ui.,t.N uf i it??A tUfiU'j 'iu e/Oitieb .t. ii^ai;. i .ii. Aiu-i' i.K i Hi., cJ.iimuKi'. - Ui'. Lu., -i MAiViSA UANE, UAX'i'UN, umU. ha.ui.1/, t-Utl U, b. -.i..>; i. auu.' booted, utiiuurileu men, between used hi eiaVutucii anu llliriy-iitei ultltseua oi uiiiveu aimca, ox c.uuu clieri*ct~?r i id uuo i hi tue cnktnan luUtKtiaiie, i.*ui' iiiivirutJtiott "I'l'ij to i.>.i.iu.i.,,? Olbccr, 6-0 E. lirouti ot., Richmond;, or lui ... byvatnoie ...... Pviefeoura", Va. .i.i.MiU, CUATMAKKUii A'l ONCE, aleuuy WUm. AUUICeh iv'lLLlAal WANTED," <jl'l"lCE ?UV FOII FEW iveeke; tlKi'i huh; muUcuiu tataryi Appiy byuveen ? uiiu j.m 'l'ueauuy uiinmnt uul ..uiuji uu.iv.iiie?. W'ANTEL?, Ali CpilFOSlTOH; O?uu pay tu il-.nl niali. Aji^iy at once to i.\i)r..i'.ii'i i..iU I'eieikuurg, Va. W .V.Vi x.U, i 11.? I-(. i-..Sb -'.\1JEU iianKuri permunuut pokUlon; tttaie ra.a:> expected; nu booze artikt need uiVtj. i- c. WEATilEHS. Uecurut int: Oapaftinen?, Hdloigb, N. C WANTED^ A Pit?CTICAE UOUK lieepei tu leave lllu oily lur live ur MIX nionthii Kuuu place lu! .. ?iuou, ung-iit man. Appli ui THE 8pt>T' Ltiaa ijii, cu>. inuraday morhi'nji .it ID U CluCK. AVANTEIVi -.l.-N .t.Mi UulSi TO TAKE tmrty oiii uouriie in uur mucniu? ? anbbtl; learn automooilfl buamcsa; .i.eei.i ?u.jj poaltiouu. CrlAHEO'iTE Ai.ui oCiiOUU i.t.arlone. N. C. \V.\NTi.r>7 V?--v.-N(j ilivji TU EEAKN tne uuiomuoue ;.i, poaitiona secured cbnipatant gr?dUataa. U10U-* ilU.NlJ All lO oCtlUuE, !?1? VV. ?I uaO btreet. _ _ W a.sV El >, ?" FEW UOOD MAC HIN iais. CpVIN?TON MACHINE cu.il i.i.SV, Cov;j.4St?n, \ u._ ai TOMOE1EE MECHANIC; M?aT BE thoroughly experienced anu cunipe teht; otnurs need hot apply. Pbaitton pormaneni, with oig wajje^, short nours unU gooil chahce tur auvunce ment. FOKU alto CO. a luL'.Vi'j' MAN' THAT has sev trai >'fcar* axperience in me ?noo b?amea? de>ir<L-e a poeitiou with fcuuiu bnoe company, a Juo. uie iitncb bupatch. 1'OUNCJ MAN, H?EDINQ DIPLOMA, irorn bmiindcul Euauiesa College, tlealrei a pus.:. ab an asststkat bookkeeper. Cun give good reference a a to character, t? tit, cure Tlmea Dispatch. SITUATION AS OFFICE MANAG EK or credit nian; li year.-.' c-xperiencu; up"-lo-djle tilethuut; Oeit references us to Qualification* and ability. Would Invest in attractive proposi? tion. Address IV. C. DAR ROW, cieiv eral Delivery, Pit'.-.'Hirg, Pa. POslTlON- \V ANi'. ? "~ CLERK IN "country store; : > . ^.f?' experience; reference furntsiiiu. Box .i'i, Fred i-rlcksburg, Va. WANTED, POSITION TO ORGANIZE or superintend a farm or j-enllemun'a estate by a practical, scientihc man of education and large experience, now holding a position. Address E 4 i*l. cure Tlmea-Dlspatch. YOUNG M?R1? ED MAN' AT PRESENT etnployed In accounting work, wishes outside position. Itefcruticcs. Address C. P. j., 505 East Clay. EXPEfftlEN'CED SALESWOMEN wanted for upholstery and laco cur? tain department; good, permanent positions to capable parties. Apply to MILLER & RKOADS. WANTED. a GOOD COOK. APPLY at onco to 1824 Monument Avenue. WANTED. RELI?l^LE-NURsb~MUst have references. Furnished room; good wages. Apply 2021 Stuart Ave? nue. _ WASTED, AN E^PE~RIENCED COOK; also waitress or butler. Ueferencea roiiulred. F 435, cure Times-Dis? patch. RE a TRAINED NURSE; STUDY at homo; earn >45 weekly; thousands wanted; freo Information. ROCHES? TER NURSES' INSTITUTE, 128? lioeliester, N. T._ H(^CSryKl^lCPER WANTED. ADDRESS CARET ON DEUSEN, Afton. Nelson county, Va._ ~>_ Situation! KKIniiteD. .-ftmulf. thoroughly experienced nn<i compe? tent D. E bookkeeper, desires po? sition. Best of references; bond given If desired. Knowledge of stenography! Address L 419, earn Tlmes-Dlspatch. "i-T??NO LADY, wTth SEVERAL years' experience, desires a position ac bookkeeper. Address M, care Carrier 38, City._ _ OOOD LAUNDRESS WISHES DAY ?work t>y the week. Call 103 West Leigh Street._ WANTED. POSITION AS HO?SE , . keoper by mothor and grown daugh? ter. 1B1? Kast Main. ?ttunttons ?2?lante?. if finale i 'wTllL^STIOP^OR TIlt>SE " WfiT? ARB unable to ahoi) for thcmKolves. Out of-lown orderB solicited. For further Information writs MUS. SIMMONS. 621 North Fourth Strcot. i'hoii? 3132-L Madison._| ( ~$}vcTc>.sional i^tHp (H?ante?. \\^AXTr.D, AN EX P K H I F. N C E ? tcuchor n? principal of a two-room school. Must teach thft elKhth and ninth grades. A graduate of S. N. 8. preferred; salary, $50. Address 11. T. IVEY, Clerk of School Hoard, Ante. Va._*_ WANTED7 A FIRST GRADE TEACH or for u one-room school. In a desir? able neighborhood. Term, seven months; Balurv, $38. AddreHB II. T. IVEY; Clerk of School Board, Ante, Va._ Situations, professional... TEACH Eli'' KXPI-.RIENCBD IN PUB 11c on(] private school work desires position. Teaches English, drawing, stenography, elementary music a I id Eutin; highest testimonials-; refer encos. MISS WILSON, Box 63, On l;trl?- Vli- ! rfrwMfiuu-B ano j?aieriinr,t. PA ViN 6: ri< i Li i 1 Toll W AN T EL. W ANT - cd, a man to solicit paving business from municipalities; one accustomed to dealing with city ottlclals and who knows puvlng coniitruction preferred. Slate aite. experience and reference. Good salary to Urst-cliiBB man who can secure contracts. Address PAV? ING CONTRACTOR, care Manu? facturers' Record, Baltimore, Md. WANTED, SIDE LINE SALESMAN, calling regularly on the hardware trade to handle on commission n weO-known article selling through hardware dealers. The buiilncas has been established for years; an activo demand exials and heavy advertising ? makes selling easy; an exceptional oportunlty for the right man. For particulars address S. D. BUR? ROUGHS, Stroh Bidg, Milwaukee, Wis. ^_Siotices._ W/.N'/iii)'. ' Uli. J ? HL.1C TO~""K,NO W that J AH N K E BROS. Jewelern. !>12 Ehht Main Mtieel, buy, sell, exchange arid REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE LATEST STYLES Oil gold^and all ver always takon In ^voiianae. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE?HAVING qualified SI udmlnlstrutor of Hut;!. S. Morrison, deceased, all patties having c;airr.s will present to me for settlement, and ail parties in? debted to the estate will please sat? tle with mo. HOBT. S. PAGE. Administrator. y.'iiaureo. \V VNTTsB "'ONE ' 10-HOHSEPOWER locomotive type boiler, with 20 feet of htack, in nrst-ciass working shape; l J. SMITH &. CO., Conlrac toitj, Mayo'a Islund. WA.Sii.j' id iiJi i .i.i..% ni. Munsfco bold i|?uo< In an> Quantity 1'bom Matnsoc tisi. 1 b E O u N D-H A N D MACHINERY OB of every doacrlptl. i. at full value CLARENCE COSBY, wit a |.my El Fhone ' .adlson 3521. W a N T E D~^LCOND-iTaNO STEEL Water tows , not less than ? i11rty feet high, und carry tank ot not less thun 1,600 gallons. Address J j7t. ? ? re i'< in' - - Dli. natch _ personals. s : :: <? i a oi fer in ladies1 TAILOR-MADE SUITS. place (OUR ORDER WITH US BEFORE SEPTEMBER IBTHi and vou will OET a FINE $:?'-' TAILOR-MADE SUIT FOR $36. IF you are GOING TO have a suit MADE, YOU CAN'T afford TO miss this MON BY-SAVING OPPORTUNITY we have A full LINE OF the LATEST IMPORTED hoods TO SELECT FROM. all oF our WORK is done in our up-TO-DATE PARLORS by HIGH-CLASS LADIES' tailors OF new york city. 1 CUTLER, late of haas BROS., new york city. 212 north THIRD STREET (BETWEEN BROAD and GRACE), phone monroe 3276._ HUMAN HAIP BOUGHT 'AND SOLO m HUCHES'S. 2?U *s"onh i'rilrd S3oarotng. mrs.' CH.iELEs. k. BOW12R8. ?5 East Frank Street, handsomely ap? pointed rooms, with board; table board a specialty._?_ WANTED, BOARDERS AT S15 EAST Franklin. Also table boarders._ BOARDERS FOR DESIRABLE rooms; also tubie boarders. 209 East Grace. ?*i ve BOARD AND ROOM TO BUSI n-s* women nt reduced rates for companionship in evenings. 303 Vine Street. THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION keeps an accredited list of boarding houses at Its offices, at the corner Fifth and Grace streets, for the use of til young wo. men. Assistar.ee in securing employ? ment will also be given. DE LIGHT FT. JlT ROOMS. WITH BOARD, u'.so table board. 401 East Grace Street._ W11 EN YOUi COME TO RICHMOND stop where you can get a nice. el?au, comfortable bed for 50 cents; Ice wa? ter, bath a"d uhone free. 1002 Ens'. Clay._ BOARDERS for BEAUTIFUL" ROOMS. Including second-story ?front, with I private bath. 103 Eb-3V Grace._ j&ooms lax &enL_ ftooSts for're'n'tr~with" board or without, to young men. 303 Vine Street._ "THE Y ?UNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION keeps an accredited list of boarding houses at Its offices, at the corner Fifth and Grace Streets, for the use of all young wo. men. Assistance in securing employ? ment will also be given. THREE COllINECf ino ROOMS (SECf ond floor), and one front room (third floor). 107 East Grace. LARGE FRONT ROOMS] WITH board. mrs. MORTON, 105 West Grace. for RENT. NTCELY^ f? RN IS H ED rooms. 71S East Marshall. j well FURNISH ED"~R??MS ^for gentlemen or married couple; bath and telephone. At 113 East Frank-. Un. _ for RENT, for STORAGE ok household furniture, two rooms on "second floor of Stuart Avenue resi? dence; one measuring 15x12 feet, with closet OaVjolnlng, the othor 12x10 feet. Address J 27u, care Times-Dis? patch._ NICELY FURNISHED FRONT Flo?m; phone, bath, hot and cold water; centrally located. Madlsou 5674-J. 806 East Leigh Street_v for rtENT, NICELY FURNISHED rooms, with or without private bath. Apply 220A South Third. l^rge, COMf?rTABLE,~WELL-f?r nlshed rooms, single or en suite. Call 317 West Grace. VERY DESIRABLE. LARGE NICELY furnished room; all conveniences; centrally located. 302 East' Grace Street. Phona Madison 0692._ WXr?TED. AT ONCE. THREE ROOMS, ' near bath; ront reasonable; central. ^ -Address F ,S6G, caro Timea-Dlapatch. ^iats J^m?to.: WAN^fE^T^FOrt^?l??'PANCY ?c" tober 1st, seven ;or eight-room fur? nished apartment.;- occupation until May 1st, 1913. dr. PRICE. Phono m rd Is on 1780-_ w*XNTED, ABOUT SEPTEMBER 1, furnished or partly furnished houso or apartment to board tonunt or others; references. Address m. B. c, Charlottesvllle. Vs.. r. F. d. No. X DAILY PUZZLES What bird? ANSV\i;it V VKSTK"'t r?A "T'S Pt'ZZ.1.1-. Printer. for 'sau;,' 'lakuiE' dieb?ld'TfIre* and ourglur-proof > Bute; double doors, wltti combinution lock; iniido chest for money und securities, with time lock; suitable for small bank or large mercantile house. For ex? act dimensions and price, addr.ua Drawer tut. Kounokc. Va. _ CHEAP, ALL K iNDs OK iECdMj bund mechanical tools. Apply JEF? FERSON LOAN OFFICE. l7o5 Kait Main -Street._ FOR SALE CHEAP. SOME VERY fine revolver! and guns. Apply JEFFERSON IX) AN OFFICE, 1705 East Main. _ KOI; V'A EE '.'II E aTT'. ~SOM e V eh Y line second*hand trunks, suit eases, hand bags. etc. Apply JEFFERSON _ LOAN ; OFFICE. 1705 East Main. STRUCTURAL IRON, STEEL AND pipe of every description cut to order, CLARENCE COSBY, li.jii East Uary _Street. Richmond. Va._ FOR SALE. ONE OF THE BEST moving picture and vaudeville houses in North Carolina, substan? tial business. fully equipped and profitable; cheap to quick cash buy? er. Address L 472. cure Times-Dis? patch. _ _ _ J60-HORSEPOWER CORLE8S EN Klne, in rirsl-elass condition. Ad? dress G ?lt)4. care Titiies-Liispatch. tv.v; il'ifil'i SECOND-HAND VENE'.It machinea. write for description and price. Address A 544, care Times* Disputch._ FOR SALE, TWp SHARES OF STOCK In the International Machine Corpo? ration, of Richmond. Vu. Apply to B. P JARRETT, Salisbury. N. C. DRUG STORE FOR SALE; CENTRAL ly located, doing a good business, For particulars, address Box 11)2, Richmond, Va. for saleT-?f-'c?stT"m.ooo gen* eral merchandise stock, .located near Richmond. July sales, 51.800; rent. Address F lit. carp Tlmes-Dlspatt-h. "for HAi.i:; ocr entire~.stock of buggies, runabouts, surreys und wagons at cost, on account of re? building. Several second-hand ve? hicles cheap. THOS. 11. DUKE ?& CO., So4 Brook Avenue. ?ne~$50 TOP BUGGY", USED~ once an<5 exchanged for another Will soli at t4 5. Good as nc-w. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE RUBBER* tired phaeton we huvo for S-ii. Only used few times. one RUBBER-TIRED RUNABOUT, second-hand, 110. , BIG STOCK OF BUSINESS BUGGIES Horn flOO up. See us before you buy. OLD HICKORY FARM WAGONS IN any size, can be had here. BRI6TOW WORSHAM CO.. 1135 East Main. IF IN NEED OF A WAGON OF ANY kind give us a call. We have them, both top and open, for every use. Good service guaranteed. A. MEYER'S SONS, 7.il East Cary Streot, Ty>eAvIHTER 'SMmf ' PREMIER"'; guod condition. Price. $15. Phone Madison 5312. SECOND-HAND ? , MACHINER Y. ~IN oiudlng wood-working machine.-,, boilers and engines, all styles and sizes; belting, hangers, puileys and shafting; guarantee*!. I liu "Fol".: < & CO.. 15J.-.-U i;nsi Cary Street. FOR S?LE CHEAP; ONE POOL ta?r>:c-. in goo<j order; sold for want "f Ur?e. Address I' O. Box 135. FOR SALE. A "UANDsOM E MANTEL mirror. 1401 Floyd Avenue. For SALE, ONE NICE DRIVING tn.tre. m North Fifth Street. FOR PALE. 150,000 PAVING BRICKS. Apply ''14 South Sixth Street. ?fccal <?0taie toe j&alt. TWO BEAUTIFUl. HOMES IN west End; modern In every way; if in? terested, ca,ll Madison 6>>05, or write C 691, care Times-Dispatch. F?il SALE 0~r RENT. STOCK farm near city. BOWE <i CO., Richmon.i; Worth. Dumbarton. Vu. FOR S"ALE~~or~~TRADE. GRoVE~AND Floyd Avenue lots west of the Boulevard. Madison 14S7. TIDE WATER \"Tr^HNIA_FA R M BAR* gains. We can suit vou. Write to-day. SOMMERVILLE TRUST co.. INC., Newport Newa, Va._ -Eeal QZ?tatt 'i^anttH. 1 FX3Qf tv a~n t ed?wort i r" N ot "to exceed $2.000, on good road, not fur from depot; must be a bargain. f Si5, euro Tlmes-Dlapatch. WANTED] TO PC HCl 1 ?SE FROM owner, house for about $3.000, in West End. Address E 780, care Times-Dispatch. WANTED TO BUY DIRECT FROM owner, houso for about $1,000; have $1,500 to invest in home. Address E 773, care Times-Dispatch._ -&*al .estate tor -Rent SlX-"r?om""HOUSES.! C02 ANd"~G04 North Eighth Street,; pantry, bath, yard; good condition; central; one block from car line. Apply 714 East Leigh._ FOR RENT, SIX-ROOM HOU-SE. out* side kitchen, henhouse, stuhle and gnrden, at Slop No. 0, Petersburg Pike. j": m. Leonard, r. f. d. no. 1, Manchester, Va. .two of FIVE NEw houSKS~~ 2200 block Park Avenue. Apply 2240 Park, or Phone Madison 7760-j., or 6C22._ "?o?rii)"by young man,"twent y four years of age; private family preferred; stale rntes, etc. h 256, caro Times-Dispatch. _ A refined-CHI?STIAN LADY DE sires board; prloo not over $25 per month. Private family or boarding houso. F 873, euro Times-Dispatch. jPcmrrP?-?ti nii? i,we &i|nrU '1?6R'~&AiTl?,^rAlR~ YOVSQ, WELL broken mules, only for want of use. Phono Madl.non 4701-M. john W. gordon. Westhumpton._ TllREE ATTRACTIVE ROOMS ON second floor at 322 East Franklin. Monroe 1608._ FOR RENT, MODERN SECOND apartment, nine rooms; tiled bath? room; six largo closets, pantry, etc.; two porches overlooking broad lawn; separate entrance and ' back yard; steam host; detached building; half block from car Uno. Owner'occupies first apartment, possession at once. 2617 Grove Avenue. News of Petersburg. Tlrne.s-Dlsp.iu-h Bureau, 109 North Sycamore Street. Petersburg. Vo-, September 4. The First Regiment ot Patriarchs Militant of the Grau?! United Order ot odd-Fellows of America (colored) hold Its annual Hold day session hero to day, with eleven of Ihe ilftccn com? panies of the regiment present. Tho business sessions were held in tho First Ebenczcr Baptist Church. Vie. visit of the regiment was the occasion ot general Interest among the colored people of the city, great crowds of whom gathered everywhere on tli* streets to witness the parade, which took place this afternoon. The com? panies in line were mostly from Vir? ginia, though several were from out? side the Slate. This afternoon Hie regiment was reviewed ut the base? ball park, where there was a compel 1 tlve drill by the companies. A ban? quet was given In honor of '.bo vis? itors to-night at Moore's Warehouse. Uurlal ot u Minister, 1 he remains of the Rev. William P. Wright, of the Virginia Conference, were brought to this city this morning for burial in Blaudford Cemetery. The funurul took place from Old Bland ford Church, where the services were conducted by the Rev, B. F. Lipscomb, D- D., presldlpg eldet of.the Norfolk District, assisted by the, Rev. J. '1. Taylor, of Newport News The Metho? ds - ministers of Patersburg and near vicinity were honorary pail-bearers end those of Norfolk and vicinity were active pall-bearers. A large number of friends of the deceased attended. Greeting \r? Hector. The Rev. Kdmund Pendlelon Dan dridgc, lute of Lewlsburg. W. Va.. who has accepted the call to the rector? ship of st. Paul's Episcopal church in this city, was greeted by a large con? gregation at euch service yesterday, and was heartily welcomed after each service. East night many members ?nd several ministers of other denom? inations, whose church's wore closed, went to hear him No A et Ion Taken. The congregation of the First Bap? tist Church took no action yesterday relative to the call of a successor to the Rev. W. C. Taylor. D. D., rcslgued. D. Is probable that on next Sunday a committee will be appointed to select and recommend a pastor. Tho Kev. Mr. Rosser, of Selma, Ala., preached for the congregation yesterday. It oral Curriers' Convention. The local ussotilatlon has completed arrangements for the reception of the annual convention of the Virginia Ru? ral letter Carriers' Association, which begins a two days' session in this city to-morrow. Tho representatives wlil be cordially welcomed to the city by Mayor Cameron. About ISO mem? bers are expected, and the proceedings will be of Interest. Senator Charles T. Issuer, by spc-clnl Invitation. Will ad? dress the as.-oclutlon at 11 o'clock on the subject of road building and kin dredred matters Addresses will also be delivered by prominent postmasters . of the State und other postal represen? tatives. Mntrltnouliil Notes, A license was issued In this city on Saturday, authorizing the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth KUld. daughter of Mrs. Nellie Willis Kill, of Peters? burg, to George Willis Mllby. a young merchant of Isle of" Wight county, the ceremony to be performed In n< r f'dk to-day. The marriage was a sur? prise to the bride's family here. East night at the residence of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kldd. in Matoaca, Miss Ruby Kldd was united Ir. marriage to Ltnwood Langhan. of this city, the Row H. P. Reeves officiating. Narrow Enonpe. Gordon Bulllfont, Mrs. Bulllfont and child, were thrown from a buggy in which they were driving on High Street, and both Mr. and Mrs. Bulll? font were Injured, though fortunately not seriously. The horse took fright at. an automobile ' standing In tho street and run away. Mr. Bullifout whs thrown, but holding on. to the reins, was drugged some distance im Ul the horse was stopped by running into a fence He was severely cut about the leg and knee, and bruised. Mrs. Bulllfont s'iffercd a sprained knee and a severe shock. General Nevr? Noten. Congressman Glass will not speak In Petersburg, us has been expected. The only night open for him hero Is Wed? nesday, and on that night he Mill speak in his home city of Lynchburg. Neither will Senator Martin nor Sena? tor Swanson speak here. Labor Day was strictly observed here as a holiday, but without any special observance otherwise. All In? dustrial establishments were closed, and bankers and public officers sus? pended business. Many merchants closed their storeH for tho whole or half of the day. The Petersburg fan.- and people gon Coal ana MlooD~ LONG" HA: "WOOD THAT BURnVfEEF; and makes quick heat. Just the kind for summer use, also filling up cel? lars for nex.t winter at summer prices It's tine. Yard: 1506 Wost Broad. Phone: Madison 1069. KINDLING WOOD. EXCELLENT FOR light cooking. $1.50 hulf-cord. I'hone Madison 17 7. SAMUEL H. COTTf!ELL SONS_ ?utomoliile? tor fe?iF SEVERAL USED FORD CARS WHICH we have taken in exchange for latest models. Those cars now being thor? oughly overhauled and will paint if desired. Will send Instructor home with out-of-town purchasers. FORD AUTO CO. Summer ^Boaroma; WANTED. Iii ?A ISDKIIS". IX REFINED family, library, post-otllco. church and station near: references necus -sary. MRS. THO?. KELFORD, PR., Clsmont. Vti. THE JEFFERSON rich.m<imi, VA. rootrsl Restaurant In the City. Club ItrrukfUKt a Specialty. Lobby Cooled by llattary of Kirctrio Fans. Tho most maenincent hotel In the South. European plan.) Itonnia sine'..- and on sulta, with and without baths. Spacious samp!* rooms. Mate. ?1.S0 par day and uuward. ?rally were rejoicing over the win? ning of the league pennant by the Petersburg team. Three thousand moro persons witnessed the dccidlr.f i Xante this morning, and hundreds I went over to Richmond to attend this afternoon's gnme. Powhatan* win. Th<- Powhatan Indlins. after giving : their war cry. to the Sidney stars' sor . row yesterday morning at the Fair : Grounds, were not satisfied, but Jumped on the strong Tiger team yesterday I afternoon on the Skrecmer diamond , and beat the aspirants for the pennant . I" the tune of S to I. thereby cinching the r;.aK In the West End League. Har j rison and Farley was the battery for the Powhalahs In the afternoon game, ; white Powell proved the Waterloo of : the Star.- In the morning, i The PowhatSns, nft>'i- starting out : bad at the beginning of the season and losing three straight games. reor? ganized and hHve been going strong ever since, losing only two gamos Since their reorganization. Th>- two games th'-v lost in hard fought battles to tb. iy-'i'kland team. 1 to 0 and 1 to S. jSi'ttion ?>nlcc^ C.iis 33ap BY SULLIVAN & COMPANY. Renl Estate Agents and Auctioneers. I Nrrth Tenth Street A: the request of the owners, we will sell, to snttle an estate, at public auction, that Six-Room Dwelling and Outbuildings WITH LA ROE LOT. 1 108 N. 28th St. also excellent building lots adjoining same on Venahle or "Q" Street. SEPTEMBER 5. 1911, at 5 o'clock P. M The above mentioned property Is an excellent location for one who wants a smul! honte or safe Invest? ment. Frontage 3ft feet by 140 feet deep, an.l will always rent well, the present tenant having occupied the above for a number of years. Also rlxty-elght feet by one hundred f> et Of vacant ground on the north I side of Venablo or "Q" Street, between ! Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth I Streets. This location cannot he beat for building purposes, either for a home I or small Investment, und any one de? siring to secure something good should not miss thi- sale. TERMS: Easy, and announced at sale. SULLIVAN * CO. By Sutton & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF THE DETACHED BRICK DWELLING ON THE WEST SIDE OF NINTH STREET, BETWEEN TURPIN AND ABIGAIL STREETS, DESIGNATED AS NO. 7 40 NORTH NINTH STREET. In execution of a certain deed of trust to the undersigned trustee, dated January 2, 1S'J4. recorded In the clerk's oftV ? Richmond Chancery Court, in D. B. 150 "A," page 12C. default having :>e< n made In the payment of a portion of the money secured thereby, and being required so to do by the holder, of said note, 1 shall offer for sate at public auction, upon the premises, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911. at 5:00 o'clock P. M . the property above described. ""he house* has flve or six rooms, with n good lot fronting sixty feet six Inches, and running hack a depth of 220 feet, more or less. This property rent.a well and with a few repairs could be made to pay well on the in '? ? 11 inen t. TERMS: Cash ns to expenses of sale, all taxes to day of sale, and the sum of JftOO, with interest from January 2. 1911; bnlnnct upon a credit of six snd twelve months, with Interest from day of sale: or all cash, st the rptlrn of the purchaser C H. BUTTON, Trustee. Suction TfralcfL future 23ap& "By N~"*W. Bo we"A^SortT Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S PALE OF DWELLING NO. 1226 WEST CART STREET. AND ADJOINING VACANT LOT. AND A VACANT LOT IN THE REAR, ON THE EAST SIDE OF SHORT STREET. In execution of a deed of trust, dated August 31. 1908, recorded In the Chan? cery Court of the city of Richmond, in D. B. 19S-A. page 202. I will sell by auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMDER ft. 1911, at 5 o'clock P. M.. the desirable property above rcferrod to. The dwelling has seven good Tooms, and Is located on the street corner. It will make a most comfortable home or a good Investment proposition. The lots, both on Cary Street and on Short, can be advantageously Improved and made to pay well. This property will he sold elthftr as a whole or In three, subdivisions, as to the trustee may appear best at tho time of sale. TERMS: Cash. STUART BOWK, Trustee. N. B.?The auctioneers are prepared to loan on tho property a very largo portion of tho purchase money for a term of years. -; Wm. B. Pizzlnl Company, Auctioneers. No. 723 East Main Street. City. AUCTION SALE OF SPLENDID FARM OF ft'", 2-3 ACRES DIRECTLY ON THE BROAD STREET ROM?. ABOUT SEVEN MILES FROM RICHMOND. AT THE JUNCTION OF THE SPRINGFIELD ROAD. At the request of the owner, who] has determined to sell, we will sell the above property at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER fi, 1911, at 4 o'clock P M , weather permitting. The above farm lies beautifully, fronting on two prominent roads, and consists of about 30 acre? cleared and the balance In woods. Also contains about !50 fruit trees. TERMS: Liberal, and announced at sale. I Conveyance will leave auctioneers' office at 3 P. M. for those Interested to attend. WM R. PIZZINI CO.. Auctioneers. "~"ja '?f??T()^-A STATED COMMUNI cntion of Richmond Lodge. No. /V\ 10 Ancient. Freo and Accepted Mnsona, will be field at the Masonic Temple THIS (Tuesday! EVEN I NO, Soptembor 6th. at 7:30 o'olock. Work. Members of sister lodges and transient brethren cordially Invited. By order of tho Worshipful Master. H. K VANDEV ENTER. Secretary. Money to Lend on Richmond city, suburbon and high grade farm .property. SUTTON & CO. I ?CDOOllS._^tljOOltf. Send Your Son To Cluster . rings Academy CLUSTER SPRINGS, VA. He will be awakened to a realization of his possi? bilities: he will be taught how to study. his teachers will be men of experience, who know how to arouse his interest and imbue him with ambi? tion. His work and his ability will be so evenly balanced that his progress will be assured. His classes will be small, thereby increasing his opportunities ONE INSTRUCTOR FOR EVERY EIGHT RESIDENT PUPILS. His recreation will be regular, healthful and pleas? ant, and under the supervision of his instructors. Your boy will advance in learning and grow in char? acter here. Is it right to allow him idle at home or to loaf through life? This school is noted for its beauty of location and healthfulness. Send for illustrated catalog. i&itfccllancoua. ^ CLKASING "AND PRESSING" call la touch es. monroe: 211 j, When you want high-class cleaning. ptesslnK. etc. 6 South Second Stre-.-t. UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES I'A It LOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD pieces t euphoistored. Muttressea renovated neutly. Sanitary methods; Reliable work. SYUNOR & HUND? LEY. Til East Hroad. Madison a2Ul. SHOE REPAIRING 76c IIALFSOLE UBN'8 SHOES. ?00 ladles,; every pair Hewed; best leath? er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub? ber heels, 20c; Tred-Alr rubber heels. 40c; leather beels rebuilt like new. 25c. DREWS ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Muin. Phone Monroe ^667._ TENTS AND AWNINGS. KEEP COOL; SLEEP IN A TENT. WE inako them any .size. Prices reason? able. H. E. COPELAND CO.. INC.. Awnings, Tents and Flugs. I hone Madison 2876._ RELIABLE TRANSFER. RELIABLE TRANSFER, MILLNER'S, 302 North Ninth Street, hauls trunks lor 25c. Claim checks Issued at tho house for your baggage. Two men on our wagon. We malte a spcclulty of moving furniture and planes. Phone MuuIhoii 1445; residents phone Monroe 2160. MATTRESSES! MATTRKSSE?! WE SEN D FOR YOUR MATTRESS IN tho morning, make It over like new. and return It to you the anino day. New hair mattresses u specialty. JA j CPU UMLAUF- Phone Mudlsor. 3292 WATCH It A lit EN t*. ? YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OB i cleaned by W'M to HI EN, JR. la a i guarantee that It la done proparly, ' Twenty years' experience. Cleaning, I SI; main aprlnga, $1. 40S En*' Hroad Street. All work guaranteed. I LAWN MOWERS. THE BEST IS NOT TOO GOOD. THIS la why thero are about 500 satisfied users of the genuine Pennsylvania mowers In Richmond. Wo also currv the cheap stuff as low as $2.50. If you cun't nnd It, go to McORAW'S. 1440-42 H. Main Street_ PANAMA HATTERS. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS CLK.VN ed. bleached. block, retrlmmcd. AMERICAN HAT CO., Hatters. Fifth and Marshall LATHES' TAI LOR. ' LADIES?for THE NEXT TWO weeks we will offer suits at re? markably reduced prices," with a saving to you of $15 to $20. Our work? manship will he to the standard. Our material of the best. Our styles nre Imported, so are the littest. Satis? faction guaranteed. Visit our par? lors and be convinced. BUD MAN & DAVIS, Ladies' Tailors and Import? ers, 940 West Grace. Phono Madl son 6911._S_ __.&cuooIf[. _ Miss Ellelt's School For Girls Opposite Monroe Park?14 N Laurel. Richmond, VirRi'nia Careful attention to little girls. Athletic field outside the cltyjf Basket? ball nnd boating. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr College. Certificate admits to Vassar and Rnndolph-Macon. Sweet Briar scholarship. Tho number of students Will be limited. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ? v;?A'l STUART McOtJlRK.M.D.,Pres. Medicine- Dent?8?:ry- Pharmacy 19th Session Opens .September 12th. New building. New equipment. Eighty experienced teachers. Excellent clinical facilities. Modern laboratory methods. 1 Descriptive Catalogue on request, ate*-n-i Lewisburg Seminary and Conservatory of Music In henrt of Al'.eghanles. 2.300 feet above aoa; near Groenbrlor While Sul pher Springs! halfway between Wash? ington and Cincinnati, on 0. & ij- ll^ll way. Through trains. Ling distance phono. *? Fine. modern buildings. electric licht, st?nm heat. baths, gymnasium, etc. Standard course*, under enmpetont teachers. In Liberal Arts and Sciences, Music, Art. Expression and Business. Refined. Christian Influences. Limited to 125 boarders. $220 10 1350. Session begins Sep'tomber i". 1911. R, r. Sommervllle, President, Drawer T, Lewisit urg. W. Va. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS. Open dally from 10 A, M. to 5 P. M. Admission, ;!6c free on tiaturdays. Miss A. T. Daniel Will resume her olaas for adrig on Monday. October 2, at her resldonoe, SI3 Floyd Avenue. Ladles' classes In Literature Will be gin the drst week In November, at tl0 same placo._ Piano Lessons Mrs. L C Tucker will reopen music studio October 10. Locution will be central. Address till October 1, 1215 Floyd Avenue. No extra charge for Theory. Hnrmony and Composition. Tell Eaen Morgan method taught. Miss Slaughter s School for Little Children trill reopen at CT Went Ora.cn Street 9t?p< teraber a. No homo work for beginner*. AillrMi, attar the 14th. HISS 8. IS. BLAVOHTER, 108 East Irranklin Strsot. McGuire' tUniveriity School, OPP. MONROE PARK. RICHMOND VA. FORTY-SEVENTH 8E88ION begins Sep? tember IS. Thorough preparation for uni? versity or college. Lower School for small boys. Principal at 7 N. Uelvldero St. Hourst S to 1J A. M.; 2 to 5 P. M. Catalogues at book store* or by mall. 'Phone Madison 617*. JOHN P. irOIJIRE. Principal. Virginia Mechanics' Institute e Will begin Its enrolment September 18. 1911. I Regular night classes for Manhln Ists. Plumbor8, Automobile Mechan? icians, Pat tern-Mukors and other trades. Also day classes in the after? noon for apprentices, onco a week. FRANK W. DUKK, Superintendent. Littleton Female College Our fall term will begin September 20. 1911. For cataloguo, address J. M. RHODES, _Littleton. N. a Richmond Meg An old, strongly endowed College with stan? dard entrance requirements whose degrees are accepted at full value by the leading universities of America. Through courses In Liberal Arto lead to degrees of B. A., B. 8. and M. A, and In Law to degree of LL. B. Character building Is erophselseA, ape} the Faculty does not permit the Individual to be lost In tho crowd. Modern, sanitary dormitories with food boarding facilities. Equipment of every deosrt Is first class. Etpenscs are moderate. For catalogue and Information, address I President F. W. BOATWRIGHT, RICHMOND. VA. RICHMOND ACADEMY Richmond, V?. Tenth session begins September 18. The Dean is now at president's office, Richmond College. For catalogue, address wm, l. pnnfCB. Deaai Phone Madison 2S42-3_ Miss Morris's School for Girls 3 East Grace Street. September 25, 1911. Catalogue at book stores or from the principal. MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS, Principal, 1116 West Avenue. frummer Rcaortst. N^y?l??L BR fPGE MOT El FOR HI'.ST A NU R KCRBATIOJf. Virginia's loading ail-the-year Moun? tain Resort. Fine hotel. Wrltn for booklet and rates. Address W. O. HAMILTON. Msnsser. 1-^'?-A--U- ?-1!"-Si SftlHiitie ?itp ^c?orftf, The St. Charles, ATLANTIC CITY, N. ?T. Most Select Location Front lac the licu/ita With an established reputation for Its tx( luslvor.ess and high-class patronage, Tlicnoughly modern and completely equipped. Courteous service. Bathroom* with hot slid rold. fresh anal sea watet attachments, showers, etc. Orchestra. Extensiv? porches overlooking the Boardwalk ojiS Ocean. Always open. Uolf Privileges Illustrated booklet. NEW1 IN HAINES COMPANY. - CONTINENTAL?. Tennessee ave.. near Beach; always ope". Private baths, elevator; eccst lent table; white service; s? to |J ial'.y; JS to ... .-? wkly. Sat. to Moo., li it.okleta. MAROARET WALSH DUNCAH.