Hrtntcr Rlobmoud'a Greater Nevmpnper
to?limp^ <tSM^ tomtit i:
GREATEST WANT AND III" AI. ES?
TATE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONE OK TUE BEST IN AMEHICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Effect June 11, DU.
Dolly, one ceut per word vrhen paid
to advance. No Ad. taken for less than
One aud oue-half cents o word all
clnHslllcuilous except situation Wuntcd
(or Suuduy. Sltuutluu Wnuttil, one ecnl
? nurd. No Ad. Sunday tukeu tor lens
tbaa fifteen cents.
No. Ads. taken for less than tTT*nly
flvc cents wbeu phoned in or ?barged
at the couutw.
PUouc orders not jruurnntecd.
Classification not guaranteed after
818O 1'. M.
i Or business contracts, send for the
Wuut Ad. Mum pfaggs Monrub t.
?aj?t am) ?uul._
LOST7~"LOCKET -CONTAINING PIC
tuto and initials 1* V. E. Return to
EOGLESTON, 838 East Main Street.
LOHT. LAST NIGHT, IN FRANKLIN
Btrott, opposite the Richmond Col?
lege grounds, a f rater ill ty pin. Re
ward if left at. the Cheaterflold._
LOST, SUNDAY AFTERNOON BE
twnsn 1510 Grove Avenue and Mon?
roe Hark, or between Monroe Park
or penitentiary, open-fuc.o gold
watch; monogram B. H. R. Reward
It returned to MISS BETTY RAG
LAND, 1510 Gro_ve_Av0nut?.
LOST, TWO TAN OR YELLOW HOUND
dogs. Any one giving any Informa?
tion of their whoreabouts will be
liberally rewarded. H. O. SFICER,
;Vtlp VwAuiUeO. jvUUC.
WXT5TTS!Cn?01t 'U. ?. AK.vlir^Ll^E'
bodlcd, un;narried men. betwoen igen
of eighteen and thirty-five; ? ,:s
of United States: of tcood chari.iter
and temperate habits, who cun speak,
read and write the English language.
For Information apply 10 Recruiting
Olllcer, b20 E. Broad SC. Richmond, or
?l N. Sycamore- 8L. Petersburg. Va.
WANTED. B~?~Y j7<jTt X?~lT\ FOUN
taln. Apply HELLSTKRN BROS. _
V/AN TED. MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; only few weeks required.
Wages after llrst month; steady po?
sition guaranteed Write for cat?
alogue. MOLERS BARBER COL
LtaoE. 207 Bowery, New York City.
WANTED, AT ONCE. ONE~ GOOD
tinner. Bee FRED. GRIMM EL, 212
WANTED] VIRGINIA REGISTERED
pharmacist to manage pharmacy.
j-il.iO per week to start with; send
references. G. G. CONGDON, Phoebus,
WANTED. COMMON LABORERS
(white); $1.60 per day. Appiy to A.
L. FELIO. Superintendent, Dum No.
4, Grayaon, Va.
WANTED, By GEORGE A. FULLER
Co. at now skyscraper. Ninth and
Main, 50 laborers for day work. 50
laborors for flight work. Steady
WANTED. GOOD STRONG BOY TO
learn tinning trade. Bee FRED.
_'.KniMEL. 212 Eist Broad.
pi.i'MLlNG, ELECTRICITY OR liltiCK
laying taught In three months. Po?
sitions secured. Cutalogue free.
GREAT EASTERN TRADE SCHOOL.
58 East Thirty-second Street, New
York City._ _
SCENIC ARTIST WANTED AT ONCE;
can work ul nlK'nt. Apply by 0 P,
M. at Hotel Stumpf, Main Stree-t.
_Aak tor J. CARY._
MAN TO TAKE CONTRACT TO PET
roofing on two buildings ut ?tito
Fair. Apply to FOREMAN, Water
Show. Midway, at Fair Grounds,
M .*. N-WHO HAS WHITE WASH SPRAY
cr to paint "Tunnel? of Lovo" with
water color paint. Apply to FORE?
MAN. Midway, State Fair Grounds.
C?ND YMAKER8 WANTED. FOR HARD
candy, penny _,ood - and cream work;
steady work and good wage?. Apply
Monday, 25th, between 4 and 7 P. iL,
No. & North Fourteenth Street.
TENANT WAN"f E D^W?RK F?'RM
on shures; good crops wheat, to?
bacco, etc. As an Inducement to a
good tenant will sell him fifty
acres on long time. A. E. COLE
MAN, Enonvllle. Va.
WANTED. MAN TO~LEARN BARBER
trade; best paying work within
reach of poor men; wonderful de?
mand for barbers; free booklet
RICHMOND BARBER COLLEGES.
?USINESS WRITING TAUGHT BY AN
expert at reasonable rates. Day and
night sessions. MASSEY BUSINESS
YOUNG MEN SHOULD LEARN BOOK
keeplng and stenography. Pleasant
work, good pay. and splendid oppor?
tunities offered. Study with us. Low
tuition rates for day and evening
classes. MASSEY BUSINESS COL
HAVING DECIDED TO' MAKE Dis?
eases of children a specialty, I
want a competent man to take my
practice here. Z. L. WEA\ ER. M. D.,
WANTED. YOUNG MEN TO LEARN
the automobile business; poaltlona
secured competent graduates. RICH?
MOND AUTO SCHOOL, 91a W. Broad
&ffo?tton* 9*3ant?u. Malt.
B^CI^TSI A if C.: "C?LLECTOrV-^?
flrst-class man, accustomed to mar?
keting new products, wants to. rep?
resent house of good fftf?lr:/:* In
Richmond and district. Can furnish
own horse and buggy If necessary.
Every reference. Address D 591,
POSITION ?S"_" BOOKKEEPER OR
salesman. Can furnish best refer?
ences In either case. Twenty-live
years old; single. .1 128, caro Tlines
WANTED, BY REGISTERED "PHAR
macist of Louisiana, Georgia and
South Curolina. position as first pre
acrlptlonlst or manager. Address F.
AL, 55 Laurens Street, Charleston,
? B. C._
WANTED, POSITION AS WORKING
manager on farm: sober, Industrious,
honest; fifteen years' experience;
state salary. Address FARMER, care
Postmaster. Chester. V11._
WANTED. A POSITION RY A PHO
tographer of several years' expe?
rience In high-class work. Refer?
ences exchanged. A 653, care TlmeH
R E< 11 ST ERED" ASSISTANT PHARMA**
elst open for relief work whllo at?
tending college. Can give good
hours. Capability confirmed. D hi<i,
DETECTIVE."EXPERT IN SH?IX)\V
ing, Investigating- etc., seeks work
everywhere. Strlt tly confidential.
Terms reasonable. FANSLER, 203
Twenty-ninth Street, Richmond, Va.
ANTED. WrTITE COOK AND WAIT
ross In family where only white help
Is employed. Address D 505, care
UJ-... .'? ?--_L-._._
SNtuntiona 4Mm\it\s, female.
Sil DDLE - AG KD LAD Y DESIRES Po?
sition as companion to seml-lnvajld,
Or as . assistant housekeeper. Ad?
dress J. B. M., care Postmaster, Bel
mont. Spotsylvnnla County. Va.
WANTED. " BY " THOROUGHLY COM
. \potent lady bookkeeper and high
school graduate, position where
neatness an,d accuracy will bo ap?
preciated. Have slight knowledge
of shorthand and typewriting. Beat
reference. Address B 513, care
WT\NTEDr~B?ARDINcT HOUSE, C KN
trnlly located. Address F., caro
What girl's namo?
A.Nsvn i.n T*' VKSTK't OAT'S PTJZZLB
&elp, iHalc an? Jfemalc.
! tVa5ited.' some oseT"\vh?" CA? 1
manu!aoturlng hlKh grade anrl cheap ;
Krade grade uweet pickles. Chili
1 sauce, etc. Good position In fac
.' tory for competent person. Addross ,
?I 120, ciire Tlnies-Dlsriitch.
I ^efettuotion?, #rofc??wnaL
' W^nTeD. FOsfriON to TtCxCHj
1 small children In private family, i
Will teuch music Keferences given
Address MISS C, care Postmaslor.,
C^rtersvllle. Va. !
agent? ?BRanteD. 7!
! AOlCNTs' ^wanted* f o visit'every
town In Virginia- Must be AI. Send
reference with first letter. AKT
ADVERTISING CO.. 705 Market
Siren, Wilmington, Del._.
WANTED, IHK I'UULJC TO KNOW
that jai1nk E BROS, Jewelers. *12
East Main Street, buy, sell, exchange
ind REMOUNT DIAMONDS LN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old sold and sil?
ver alwuy? :.'>-',r: Id ??vonaaxa.
' \vTiy Pay rent "or k~eep a va^ j
cant lot? Wo will buy you a lot !
anywhere, and build on your own ;
plan, or you can build yourself on :
your own lot. and we will furnish
the money at 6 per cent. Interest.
No delays or commissions. SMITH.
?>a North Eighth._I
wanted] to selu PRETTIEST
drug store in Roanoke, doing good
business. Best reasons for soiling.
Easy terms; excellent opportunity.!
Address DRUGGIST. Box 114. Roa
WANTED. BY REGISTERED ORAD
uate in pharmacy, to purchase &
drug ibunlness. or manager's interest
in profitable drug business. Address
WALTER C. BATEMAN. AshevllK-.
FOR SALE. MACHINERY, TOOLS,
fixtures end good will of business of
one of the best equipped factories In 1
the South for making building mate- j
rial. Has an established reputation \
for making high-grade goods. For
further Information address E ?40.
INVl?Sf~I.V knowledge; a~little
time and money spent with us will
pay you big dividends. Business
subjects thoroughly taught. Duy and
evening classes. MASSEY BUSINESS
%}ounv v?i&ti mm Line s&>totit
6^ uTCiTm f^r~~poultrt.^p're-'
vents disease, cures roup, cholera
and diarrhea. Very best tonic. You
have chickens. You w;u?* Oculum.
CilAS. S. STACY CO.. Agents.
OCL'LUM FOR POULT RY.?PRE
vents disease, cureg roup. cholera
and diarrhea. For sale by Chss B.
Stacy Co.. Powers-Taylor Drug Co.,
, W. J. Todd & Sons, Scott's Drug
i Store, L M. Ellis. Broad Street Feed
Co. Waller Taylor & Sou, J. M. Han?
cock. J. M. Anderson, N. r. Savage
& Co., Kahl & Trevlllian, Fred H.
Garber. S. g. Fairbanks At Co.. Ii. P.
Taylor. Jr., Diggs & Beadle?, Owens
! & Minor Drug Co.. R. D. Harlow, W.
j O. Mahone. H. M. Burrows._,
i Y?lC&tt~^'i?6iyittRAY winter
oats of our own growing. LEWIS
! GINTER LAND AND IMPROVE-;
', MENT CO. Richmond. Va.
STRUCTURAL /RON. STEEL AND
pipe of every description cut to order. ,
CLARENCE COSBY. 1523 East Gary ;
Street. Richmond. _Va._ I
FOR SALE." PRINTING.?100 CARDS. .
envelopes, note heads or billheads.
50 cents postpaid. CAMPBELL :
PRESS, 1623 West Main Street.
Phone Monroe 3205^_I
FOR SALe71n~W??DLAND HEIGH'lS,
magnificent home, built by present
owner for n home. Nine rooms and
i bath; modern In every way. Built of
I the very best material through
I out. Privet hedges; beautiful, largo
1 porches: hot water heat; large, nice
lawn. Lot 93x148. Price right to
?iutck purchaser. Phone Madison
i _1208. _
SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF A
wagon of any kind. Wo carry a
full line, both top and open, suitable
for every purpose. Good service
guaranteed. Lowest prices; easy
wrras. A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 East
FOR SALE. TWO GOOD SHOW CASES. '
504 W. Broad Street._ i
THREE-CHAIR WHITE BARBER ]
shop. Call for information. 51!) W.
Broad Street. _
^cai^estaiE toy ?alt^
VVff? PAY RENT "?lt "KEEP A VA
cant lot? We will buy you a lot
anywhere, and build on your own
plan, or you can build yourself on
j your own lot, and we will furnish
the money at 5 per cent, interest.
No delays or commissions. SMITH.
I 2S North Eighth._
? OLD HOMESTEAD IN VIRGINIA;
I large house; 527 acres; beautifully
i situated one mile from Southern
i Railway: healthy location; good out?
buildings; schools, churches, free
delivery. Will exchange for resi?
dence free and clear. Address K 173,
for t SALE" In" GRACE STREET.
Monument Heights, two beautl'ful
lota at just what they cost. Owner
! needs money. C 570, care Tlmeii-Dls
, FOR .SAT.rr~~TVVl5 MAIN STREET
stores; leased for $1.200 per year.
Apply fit Bis Brooke Avenue
EX CHAN GE g ?OD R E NT IN G " WE ST -
ern city property for Southern farm.
Address Box 351, Southport, N. C.
ilcal tE?tatc iur iUnL
\V i i V' i'a Y ' 11 KNT"oR~KEEP a VA
i cant lot? Wo will buy you a lot
I anywhere, and build on your oiyn
plan, or you can build yourself on
your own lot, and we will furnish
the money tit 5 per cent, interest.
No delays or commissions. SMITH,
28 North Eighth._
TAKE YOUR MEALS AT THE CO
lonlci; good homo cooking. MRS. M.
J. LEWIS, 1012 East Marshall Street.
"WANTED. BOARDERS AT 315 EAST I
Franklin; also table boarders. MISS
MRS. CHARLES K. BOWERS, 115
East Frank Slreet. handsamely ap?
pointed rooms, with- board; table
board a specialty.
HUMAN HAIP BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HUQHBS'S. 208 tJortn Third.
This Time, However, Prudes
Will Xot Have Opportunity
to Be Shocked.
SCREENED BY CONCRETE WALL
Mothervof Sculptress Is Return?
ing From Paris to Resume
Washington, September 24.?"Nata- ,
lie," the famous Barney statue, has j
reappeared. Emerging from the.se-I
elusion Into which It mado an enforced \
retirement la?t fall, tho lovely bit of |
marbli* whloh may or may not be a
representation of tho loveliness of Miss- i
Natalie Clifford Barney by her sister.
Miss Laura, again stands on the lawn
of Studio House, the palatial residence
of Mrs. Alice Clifford Barney-Hem
No vandal eye, however, will bo por- 1
milled to gaze upon the undraped love- :
llnejs of the vstatue which set all
Washington talking last fall. The j
! caretaker of the Barney-Hemrnlck
home has not forgotten the stir the
statue caused and the order of the '
chief of police. Major Richard Sylves- i
ter. which caused It to be boxed and
taken Indoors. . The Improvised fence
of barrel staves which the caretaker
erected last y?lV between the lawn and
the street, where thousands gathered
to gaze on the statue, has been re- '
placed by a high concrete wall, pepe- j
tratod only by a gateway. Hence only 1
WANTED, BY AN """EXPERIENCED I
huntsman, two or three bird dogs to 1
break; am located forty miles
from Richmond. In good hunting
country; charges reasonable, and can
give reference. Answer quick. Ad
_dress C 536. care Times-Dispatch.
W.\ NT E D* BECOND-HAND TWIN GO
cart. Address 608 E. Clay, second
WANTED. A SECOND-HAND TWIN I
go-cart. Address 008 East Clay, sec?
Wi IY~"PAY RENT OR KEEP A VA
cant lot? We will buy you a lot
anywhere, and build on your own
planN or you can build yourself on
your own lot. and we will furnish
the money at 5 per cent. Interest.
No delays or commissions. SMITH,
28 North Eighth._
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF
of every descrlptlrn bought at full
value. CLARENCE COSBY. 15? E
?'nrv Si Phone "Cadlaoo IHj._
WANTED. TO BUY WntASIt. 'IUW3B
bold ff-'Pde In any qwailtlty. t'hooe
-.-Aooms lot l\cnr.
Street, handsomely and newly fur?
nished rooms throughout: ringle, en i
suite, transients, permanent.
for rent] nicely furnTshed
connecting rooms, with bath, suitable1
for young men. 606 North Seventh.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for
two. with or without board. Apply
203 Allen Avenue.
two nicedy furnished rooms
for gentlemen: electric lights, bath.
122 South Fifth.
E. Cary. Phone Madison 1526-D
FOR~RENT.-THREE LARGE, BRIGHT
third story rooms, furnished or un?
furnished; centrally located, on West
Grace Street. Phone Monroe 3513.
ONE BIG- R??M~IN rear*"of~bar
her shop for storage, check room or
office. 504 W. Broad Street._i
weTCreT now- prepared "t?~sh"ow
our line of fall and winter millinery,
popular tailored and trimmed hats.
Large line of untrimmed shapes. Our
line of ready-made garments all new
and correct styles for fall and win?
ter. It will pav you to look. Alter?
ation free. MRS. JULIUS bear,
112.". East Main Stroet._
Coal uu? wUoou.
XINDLtNG" WOObT "eXOELLE NT FOR
light cooking, $1.50 half-cord. Phone
Madison 177. SAMUEL H. COTTRELL
LONG HAS BEEN IN THE BUSINESS
over 13 years; It's his specialty, and
you can save by ordering oak. pine,
hickory or slab at summer prices
until September 15th. Phono 1069
3Real C?tate tM^nteD._ j
WANTED. TO INVEST $27o00 IN
small, substantial property that will
bring fzood return. Owner prefer?
red. Address C 541, care Tlmes-Dls
?TiC?ND-T?T^ORY FLAT, H ROOMS;
West End near Soldiers' Home; all
mudern conveniences; hot water
heat, etc.; $20 per month. Call Madl
" tiHGXi REPAIRING
76c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOE". 60c
ladles,; every pair sewed; best leath?
er: no nulls, no pegs Royal rub?
ber heels, ^5c; Trcd-Alr rusbur heels.
40c: leather heels rebuilt like new.
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phone
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTREBSES
PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND ODD
pieces reuphuistered. Mattresses
rcr.ovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND?
LEY. 711 Easi. Broad Madison :i2U4.
FALL MILLINERY OPENING.
monday AND tuesday, sept. 25
and 2<1, i will have n display of select,
stylish pattern huts; also nil tho
novelties. mrs. celia KASS. Milli?
nery Parlors, ?07 East Bioad Street
t^le^nino and pressing.
Call la touched, monroe 2119.
when you want hlgh-clas3 cleaning,
pressing, etc. 6 South Second Street
TENTS AND AWNINGS.
KEEP COOL; BLEEP IN A TENT. WE
mako them any Else. Pricc3 reuaon
ablo. h. E. COPELAND CO. INC..
Awnings. Tenls and Flags. 1 hone
GENUINE REBUILT REMINGTON'
typewriters, good as new, $30 to
$5(i. Fully guaranteed. STANDARD
WRITINO MACHINE CO.. Wasting.
ton, D. C. P. O. Box 491._
" house" cleaning.
WAXING AND STAINING FLOORS,
windows washed. \VILL1AM JOHN?
SON. Mo.iroe 3120. 1
we are NOWTrEP?TmJd TO SHOW
our lino of fall and*wlntor millinery,
popular tailored and trimmed hat<).
Largo line of untrimmed shapes. Our
lino of ready-made garments all new
and corroct styles for fall and win?
ter. It will pay you to look. Alter?
ation froe. MRS. JULIUS BEAR,
1523 East Main StresL
That |f you will only bo mine,
we will send ?11 of the family
washing to the Royal Laundry.
Our facilities for relieving
household' probloms account
largely for the growth of our
Family woshlng. 30 cents per
I dozen. Blankets scientifically
300-313 North Seventh Street.
Phones: Monroe 1558 and 1959.
' those who have field glasses and resl- |
i dences which command a view of the \
j Barney-Hemmlck back yard will be j
i able to see the statuo.
Talented and vivacious Mra. Barney- i
j Heminick (it was only last spring she !
i was married in Paris to Christian i
! Hemmlck. thirty-five years her Junior) j
J Is now on her way from Europe with j
! her husband, and Studio House Is being i
made ready for their occupancy.
Mrs. Barney, tho mother, was much
put out by the stir made by the statue, j
, The Barney family pooh-pooh the idea i
j that the statue was Inspired by or rep- j
1 resents Miss Natalie Barney. They |
] say a professional model was used by j
Miss Laura. Barney, as she then was,.
I who maintains a <itudlo jn Paris. Some
] acquaintances Insist, however, that
Miss Natalie did pose for her sister.
The Barney family were so much an- j
noyed by the fuss made* about the j
I work of art that It was said they pro- j
posed to wipe Washington off tho map ''
1 so far as they were concerned. If so
they, apparently have thought better
! of It. The former Mrs. Barney Is ex- 1
pected to arrive In New York with Mr.
1 Hemmlck Octoi^r 1 and to reach
Washington October 4. Friends say
they Intend to spend the season here.
With the idea of preparing a fitting i
surrounding for the statue, an elabo?
rate garden will be laid out about tho
Barney home. Unique plans, reflect- \
; Ing the originality and artistic tast9
' of L*ie mistress of the mansion have 1
been drawn. Tho statue will occupy
the place of honor In the centre. Mas?
sive whlto marble columns will rise I
about the garden, forming a pergola
of rare beauty. Climbing vines will ;
twine about the columns, and the Old
World beauty of the garden will be '
enhanced,by a sun dial. Here the mar?
ble form will find an abiding place.
The statue Is one of the most cher?
ished of Mrs. Barney-Hcmmlck'fi pos
sesslons, as she takes great pride in
the talent of hor daughter.
Washington will In future see little
, or nothing of the former Laura Bar- ?
ney, who has been wedded In Paris
, during the past year. Miss Natalie,
the "second Amelle Rives," who writes ';
plays and sonnets. will accompany
her mother nnd her youthful .?tcp- 1
father to Washington, according to th^ j
announced plans of the family.
In thus returning with the young i
husband to whom she but lately acted \
' *s a social fairy godmother. Mrs. Bar- I
ney-Hemmlck has shown a courage for
I which society is giving her full credit.
I When ssked soon after her wedding
; If she would make her home In Wash?
ington, she replied: "Yes. Why
I The multl-mllllonalre society leader
says that the fact that her husband
is much her Junior concerns only htm
and her. She sees no cause for exiling
herself simply because her second mar
I rlago has been on unusual one.
1 In wedding Mrs. Barney young Hem?
mlck, who Is the son of Ronald Hera
! mick. former consul to Geneva,' re
', nounccd all claim to her fortune. He
j proposes to enter a real estate firm
and follow the business career he had
I planned for himself.
The romance between fascinating
j Mrs. Barney and good looking young
Mr. Hemmlck was one of the most ]
unusual which Washington society
has ever witnessed. A round dozen
; of eligible men. all prominent socially.
had been mentioned by rumor as
j suitors for Mrs. Barney's hand. But
I she continued heart-free, and society
had concluded that she preferred free?
dom from the marriage bond.
I Universally popular, Mrs. Barney was
especially beloved by tho younger set.
for whose benefit she frequently en?
tertained, often with amateur plays
from her own pen. In one of those
young Hemmlck played n minor pnrt.
A close friendship was formed between
! the two, but society thought Mrs. Bar?
ney's Interest In him no deeper than
that which she had shown for other
young men who found her house an
attractive rendezvous. The announce?
ment of the engagement came, there?
fore, as a surprise.
It Is predicted that Mrs. Barney
Hemmlck w'U entertain frequently this
winter und will maintain her social
leadership. At a recent social function
In Paris she created a furore with a
"No one who watched It," said a
Washingtoninn who witnessed her
performance, "could realize that the
dancer was the mother of a young
woman who accompanied her. She np
, pcared In her first youth and entranced
I every one with her wonderful gra o."
Coolest Restaurant In the City.
Club Hrt-alifnut a Specialty.
Lobby Cooled by Battery of Electric Funs.
The most mngnittcont hotel In tho Soutn.
Euiopcan plan. Room* single and en suite,
with and without baths Bpaciou- samp'.*
tl p?-? nutl nwnrr:
The Valen tine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Open dally from 10 A. M. to 5 P. If,
Admission, 26c iTree oo Saturdays.
BANKS OF RIVER
Believed That Miss Miller's As?
sailant Soon Will Be
SEVERAL CLUES FOLLOWED
Man Thought to Be in Boat on
the Piankctank, Unable
[Special to The TtmcaS-Dlspatch-l
Muthews, Va., September 24.?Late
this afternoon the unidentified white
man who attempted an assault on Miss
Ella Miller s few miles from this
place on last Tuesday afternoon, and
for whom a constant searoh hav been
waged In this region, was reported .to
have been seen in a boat on the
Plankelank River, between Freeport
and Draggle. Immediately the posses,
which have been engaged In the pur?
suit, organized their forces so as to
form a complete patrol of the river
'bank on both sides of tho stream,
which will be kept up through the
entire night. With this effective force
on the lookout, it is believed now that
It is a quetison only of a fow hours
before the man will be oaught. It Is
practically impossible ,Jjor him to land
at any place on the river without
being caught, and the pursuing men
feel greatly encouruged over the prob?
able culmination of their chase.
The trail, which was found early
Saturday night, leading through the
White Neck section, was followed dur?
ing the night, and It ended near the
spot where the attack was attempted.
There were so many footprints and
the ground wns so broken up there
that it was lost tit that spot.
This morning th* report came that
a boat belonging to a fisherman namod
Harris, on the Flanketank River had
been stolen during the night. It was
regarded as probablo that the fugltlvo
had crossed from Mathews county into
Middlesex, and a large number of men
left for that county soon after hear?
ing the report. It was learned there
that a man supposed to be the fugitive
was seen about 11 o'clock this morning
In the neighborhood of Braston Church,
In the lower section of tho county,
about fv.elve miles from Saluda- Vig?
orous search of that entlro region wu3
made, and It is believed that during
this time the man succeeded in get?
ting In the boat again, and that now
he is on the river, unablu to land.
While the excitement still Is Intense,
and the people uro highly wrought
up. the authorities remain confident
that the man will be turned over to
the law. Threats of lynching, due
to the advice of cooler headed men,
arc not heard as frequently as thoy
were two or three days ago.
Miss Miller continues to show the
wonderful strength and nerve that
has beon tho marvel of her friends,
and her mother, who has been In a
serious condition, following tho shock
of the attack, has begun to show signs
of Improvement. Miss MlUer'B brother,
who was a student at Richmond Col?
lege, has arrived at home, and Is with
his mother and sister.
BEI HIS LIBERTY
Vlterbo, Italy. September 24.?More
experts were called In the Cumorra
trial yesterday In the attempt of tho
jury to determine whether the linger
ring alleged by the carbineers to huvo
been found in the possession of tho
alleged murderers of Gennaro Cuocolo
was identical with that which Cuocolo
Is known to have worn.
The defense has asserted that tho
carbineers purchased a new ring to
exhibit in court with the deliberate
purpose of manufacturing evidence.
Friday three experts declared that
tho ring In evidence hud been worn
about six months. Yesterday othor
export witnesses lestlged that from
examination It was ovldont that trto
ring hud seen service for not mcro
than two or three months.
Gluseppi dtt Marlnis, ono of the do
fendants who Is himself an expert on
jewelry, maintained that the ring was
quite new and that Its worn appear?
ance was due to much handling In
court by witnesses and Jurors who hud
frequently placed it upon their lin?
"i propose." said De Marlnla, "that
ten Identical rings be purchased and
be brought into court and be handlel
as this ring hits been handled. If this
Is done I will wager thut In a few
days all ten will be reduced to tho
same condition as the exhibit. If they
are not. and i lose, my forfeit will
bo thru I will udpiit that I murdered
Cuocolo, and I will go to prison for
Tho experts agreed thut a chemical
examination fuili-d to reveal blood
stains or traces of ashes on the ring
The body of Cuocolo was round In the
ashes from Mou-t Vesuvius.
BOY TRIPLETS NAMED.
StroudsburK'a New Trio Ahnorh the
Doctor'ii Kutlre Cimnumru,
Stroudsburg, Pa.. September 24.?Tho
n-.ost famous person In Stroudsburg Is
Mrs. Aaron Transuo. who on Friday
gave birth' to triplets. The surprise
sprung by the stork is tho talk of the
town, nothing of the kind having hap
pened here before for moro than fifty
The triplets were named William,
Hogers and Levering, In honor of Dr.
William Rogers Lovcrlng. Tho proud
mother distinguishes the youngsters
by the use of safety pins. William
wears ono. Rogers two und Lovcrlng
n?ti~ce"~?f first""meeting op
In the matter of i No. ltlfiS.
.1. II. COLI: &. '"O., I In
Bankrupt. i Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED states FOR THE EAST
HUN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA:
To tho creditors of j. H. cole at co..
of Frederlckshurg, In the countv of
Spotsylvunla and district aforesa'ld?
Notice Is hereby given that on the
16th duy of September, a. D, 1911, the
said J. H, COLE & CO. was ilnly
udjudlcatcd bankrupt, and that tho first
meeting of his creditors will be
held In my office, Room No. 02 s.
American National Bank Building,
Richmond, Va;, on the loTii Day Of
OCTOBER. A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at which tlmo tho
said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trnstoe. .examine tho
bankrupt, and transact such other
business us may properly come before
C. P. CARMWEI.L.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
September 2?. lull.
ja^uojtij&alE?. Cfc?? 3Dap.
By Slam ft Funston.
Heal Estate Auctioneers.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
THAT MOST DESIRABLE DWHLMNO,
2523 Kensington Avenue
By dlrootlon of the owner, who Is!
resolved to sail, even at a sacrifice, wo
shall sell by public auotlon, on the
promises, on i
MONDAY NEXT. SEPTEMBER 29,
at 5 o'clock P. M.,
that most attractive two-s-tory brick
dwelling, known as 2623 Kensington
Avenue, containing eight rooms, elec?
tric light and gas. hot and cold water,
bath and hot water heat. - On account
of Its convenient location to the street
car Line and being In direct line with
tho city's best growth. It Is sure to
enhance In value, and will make a
moM desirable home or investment.
TERMS: Extra liberal, and announoed
I .DAM ft FUNCTION,
By Pollard ft Bagby.
Roal Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' AUCTION SALE
FRAME DWELLING, NO. 1008 WASH?
In execution of a deed of trust, dated
August 4, 1909, default having been
made In the payment of a portion of
! tho debt thoretn secured, I will sell
by auction, on the premises, on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911,
at 5:30 o'clock P. M.,
the above mentioned frame dwelling,
' with lot thereto belonging JO by 132
H. R. POLLARD. JR.,
N. B.?While the terms require all
cash, eajy terms can be arranged by
seeing the auctioneers.
ftyfflot? -ffilffi? * JBw*
VALUABLE ESTATE IN BUCKING?
Pursuant to deoree of the Circuit
Court of Buckingham county. In a
chancery cause therein depending, un?
der the short style of McKenna vs.
McKenna et als., the undoralgnod spe?
cial commissioners will, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911.
at 1 o'clock of that day,
in front of the McKenna store build?
ing. In the town of New Canton, Buck?
ingham county, sell at public auction
tho estate of John T. McKenna, sit?
uated In and near the town of New
Canton, Buckingham i ounty, on James
River and C. ft O. Railway, consisting
of a farm of about 100 acres, of which
76 are cleared and In a high stale of
Also about three miles from tho
above mentioned property, another
trnct of 150 acr*s, which Is covered
with valuablo timber, both oak and
pine. All buildings are covered with
Tho store business at this location
i ha.s amounted to J15.000 per year, and
Is located 'n two miles of sonio of the
; slate quarries of Buckingham. On the
! 100-acre tract Is storage house 75x25;
tobacco bnrn, tobacco warehouse, rall
, road aiding, mlllpond. grist mill 90x30.
' bark mills, sawmill, planing and
; matching mill, splendid water power,
j water wheels, orchards of apple, peach,
pear and plum trees and grape vine
, TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to ono
thlrd of tho purchase price, and the
; remainder on a credit of one. two and
j three years, secured by notes of the
'purchaser for- equal nmounts, and
further secured by retention of title
i until all of the purchase money Is paid:
or. at the election of the purchaser.
all of the purchase money may ho paid
F. C. MOON.
E. W. irURART*),
J. B. BOAT WRIGHT,
A. Ii. PITTS. JR..
Located In th? beautiful, historic and
cultured city of the South. Large and
hbla faculties, trained In the best
Universities and Coniorvatorles of
this country and Europe. Specialist*
In their departments. S men, 16 wu
tnen. Carefully arranged courses of.
study l?ad to the degrees of B. Litt.,
B. A., M. A, and R. Mua. Health re?
cord remnrkable. Accommodations
first class. Curly application Import?
ant. Next Seriem begins September
?77th. Terms moderate. For catalogue
anil other Information, addraas
JAMES NELSON, M. A., LL. D.,
Virginia Mechanics' Institute
Richmond's Night School of Technology
Classes begin September 27, 1911.
FRANK W. DIKE.
OPP. MONROE PARK, RICHMOND. VA.
FORTY-SEVENTH SESSION begins Sop
lumber 15. Thorough preparation for uni?
versity or college. Lower School for small
boys. Principal at 7 N. Ilelvldere St. Cata?
logues at book stores or by mall. I'hono
' Madison ?174. JOHN P. M'OUIRB,
I'ork Avenue and Lombard/ Street.
A SCHOOL FOR ROYS.
Tenth Session begins September IS.
Call between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Phone
Madison 6265 or 2342-J.
WILLIAM I.. PRINTE. Dran.
" Miss Morris's School
.1 Kast Grace Street.
September 25, 1911.
Catalogue nt book stores or from the
principal. MISS SUSIE P, MORRIS,
Principal, U10 West Avenue.
MISSES SCOn & TALCOTT
Will Reopen Their
Kintergarten and Primary
For children front 4 to 10 years of age,
October 1, lull,
AT 14 WEST MAIN STniSwm '
By Pollard & Bngby.
Real Bstatt, Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION 8AL?
A Number of Pieces of
Improved Real Estate
in the City of Rich?
Small Investment Property
In pursuance of a dccroo o( the
Chancery Court of the city of Rich?
mond, Va., entered on the 20th day of
June, 1911, In the suit of Capitol Sav?
ings Banlc. Inc., which sues, ate, vs.
B. Harvle Spence's administratrix ot
I als., the undersigned special commis?
sioners will sell by public auction, on.:>
tho premises, respectively. In tho order
Wed., Sept. 27, 1911
at 1:30 P. M.,
that certain lot or parcel of land, with ?;
Improvements theroon, lying and being
on tho western line of Seventeenth
Street, between Clay and Venablo
1 Streets, and fronting on Seventeenth
Street 22 feet 3 Inches, and having a
depth of 86 feet, more or less, and
having upon it house known as
504 N. Seventeenth St.
And Immediately thereafter, say at
5 P. M.,
we will sell that certain lot or
parcel of land on'the eastern side of
Eighteenth Street, between .McCanco
and Venable Streets, fronting on tho
eastern side ot Eighteenth Street 28
feet and running back about 90 feet,
and hnvlng upon It houses known as
519, 521, 523 N. 18th St.
and will sell that certain lot or
parcel of land fronting on the eastern
lino of Eighteenth Street 25 feet and
thence running back eastwardly be?
tween parallel linos 90 feet, and hav?
ing upon It dwelling known as
525 N. Eighteenth Street
either all together or separately, ss
And Immediately thereafter, say
at B P. M.,
wo will sell that certain lot or parcel
of land on the western lino of Twenty
fifth Street, between Main and Frank?
lin Streets, having a frontage of 16
feet 7 Inches, and running back 66
feet, and having upon It a building
14 N. Twenty-Fifth Street
And on Thursday
Sept. 28, 1911
at 1:30 P. M.,
we will sell that certain lot or parcel
of land lying on the western line of
Second Street, between Canal and
Byrd Streets, and fronting on Second
i Street about 21 feet and running back
25 font, with Improvements th?reon.
222 South Second Street
And Immediately thereafter, say
at 5 P. M..
we will sell that certain lot or parcel
of lniul. with Improvements thereon,,
fronting 15 feot on the western line of
Sixth Street, between Baker and Pres?
ton Streets, and running back from
said front 122 feet, the improvements
thereon being known as
918, 918?4 N.. Sixth St.
being one house containing two flals
with separate entrances.
TERMS: One-third of tho purchase
price to be paid in cash, and tho bal?
ance in two equal Instalments, payable
In six and twelve months after date of
sale, deferred payments being evi?
denced by negotiable notes, bearing 8
per cent. Interest per annum from
date of sale and secured by a dead of
trust on the property for tho deferred
payments for which sold notos are ex?
ecuted; or the whole for cash, at the
option of the purchaser.
The aforesaid decree authorizes tho
commissioners to withdraw any of the
lots from sale at any time, and It is
further to be noted that If tho sale Is
not completed at the time and on the
date set, the sale may bo udjourned to
C. M. CHI CHESTER, .
D. C. O'FLAHERTY. '
I certify that tho bond required by
the above decree of the special com?
missioners has been duly given.
; Given under my hand this 1st day of
Tetto: CHARLES O. SAVILLE.
Chapln & Hume,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUST EE'S SALE
NO. 101S EGGI.HSTON STREET.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated
January 25, 1909. duly recorded In
Chancery Court, default having been
made In the payment of certain notos
therein secured, and at tho request
of the note-holder, we will sell by auc?
tion, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1911.
at 5 o'clock P. M.,
the dwelling, No. 1018 Eggloston
Street, containing six rooms; also a
large two-story stable. The lot fronts
25 feet and runs back the usual depth,
boing the real estate described In the
aforesaid deed of trust.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
any taxes due and unpaid, and to pay
the debt now due on said property;
balance on easy terms, and announced
C C. CHAPIN,
By Henry S. Hutzler & Co..
Real Estato Brokers u.id Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
TWO-STORY FRAME STORE AND
DWELLING NO. 30! SOUTH HAR?
In execution of a cor'.aln deed of
trust to the undersigned trustees,
dated June 23, 19?9, and recorded In
the clerk's office of the Richmond
Chancery Court, D. B. .102-B, page 3M,
default having been made In the pay?
ment of the debt therein secured, und
being no required to do by the note?
holder, we will self the property de?
scribed In said deed at public at-ctlcn,
on the premises, on
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. HI),
at 4 o'clock P. M.
TERMS: Cash as to expenses of sale,
taxes. Insurance, Interest, and $133.03,
due July 1. 1911, and any additional
amount above the following: January
1, 1912, $177.03; July 1. 1912. $172.01.
Deferred payments to be secured by
deed of trust.
HENRY S HUTZLER.
RALPH J. LEVY.
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booklet and rates. Address
W. Ci. HAMILTON. Manager.
The Confederate Museum
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