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Orentrr lUokDMnd'? Greater Sinapaper
(hieati'st WAST AND hi" a i. ISS.
T?TE J1EDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AND
ONH OF THE UE8T IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
In Effect June 11, lflL
Dairy, one cent tier word when paid
to advance. Nu Ad. taken for leas than
ten centa.
One and one-half eeutn a vtord all j
claaalflcutluns ?scci>t Situation Wanted
(or sundiu. Situation Wanted, one vent
a vrord. No Ad. Huuduy token for leas
than fifteen rent*. '
No. Ada. falten fur less than (weutr
0v<- ccnta vthvn phoned' In or churned
at ttte cvunlsr,
Fhone ordera not guaranteed.
Classification not guaranteed after
0.80 1'. M.
I'or bualneaa cuniracfa, send for the
Want Ad. Moai shone Moaroa i.
3LMX>i iUtU Jt UUIIU.
FiSUiNdT^n^THvOok^r^
horac, etar in face, hiuu ankles
while; hiicheu to luriu wugon. own?
er oan got munu by culling lt. L.
11AK.N Ivb r; residence, Sherwood Avc.
ami 14:unit Road, opposite Huuniiolnl,
Flurla t._ _
LOUT. QN btreet OK IN ON e OF
the sCorea, a Norfolk und n ostern
mileage Puok. Flnuer will be re?
warded It left at Murphy's Hotel.
MKS, J. 11. W1SSLEK,
laOBT. ON MEAEO W. 11 BTWEKN PARK
and Broad, jeweled fraternity pin,
bearing owner's name. Jtuwaru it
returned to 600 N. Meadow Streut.
C?STr ON Slt??b " STREET. BE
twoen Adams, onu small pin, aec.ora.tod
with two lorgctmunota, wlln suiuU
diamond In centre. Liberal reward
II returned to N. ? DAVIS. 626 North
Boulevard, or phonu Madison 7&H6.
feVTRAVED F ROM III GH LAND l'AUK
on October a about lu P. 51., black
horso, knucked In hind nnkles, ut
t ached to open farm wagon. Liberal
rew_ard lor information leading to re?
covery. J. K MALLOUV, Glen Allan,
Va-, R. F. L). 2. PbtM county 1412.
jpveip ?Auuiutu. ixiaii;.^
kx P E R 1 E n C E D TRUNK MAKLKK
WANTED. AMERICAN TRUNK AND
BAG CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
WANTED, FOB U. a. AJtMl, ,\UU:
bodied, unmarried men, between ages
of elgbtaea and tnirly-flve, citlzons
of United States; of good churucler
and temperate habits, who can -vcaic
read ana write the English language.
For Information apply to Recruiting
Officer, S20 K. Broad 814 Richmond.
, Va._
FLY?TAKE A THREE MONTHS'
course In our sohool, whore wo teach
you every vital part a/bout tile
aeroplane. Box 34. Station a.
WANTED, TO EMPLOY a FIRST
clues registered pharmacist. Mum iiu
thorougoly Competent and ol good
hublia. Address Box 413, Lyncbburg.
Va. _
WANTED. 60DA CLERK. APPLY at
HELLSTERN BROS.. Seventh and
Broad Streets._
VV^CnTEB\ HMAJIT YOUNG MEN FOR
"Cavo of the Failing Waters'' Amuse-i
ment Palace. "Cool Mine Lnsaator"
and "Sinking of the Maine"; also
COod talkers. Apply to J. L CAREY,
all A w a y. Fol r _ G r o u n da._
WANTED. YOUNG MEN TO LEARN
tbe automobile business; positions
secured competent graduates. RICH?
MOND AUTO SCHOOL. Via W. Broad
tuet._I
WAN'tYd, THREE HUSTLERS TO
aell stock in an Al local oompauy.
Salary and commission. J 113. care
Times-Dispatch._
wanted, a touno man. not less
than 16 years old. to I act an soda
wiiter clerk. State age and experi?
ence. Address POYTHRBSS & C, BIS
East Main Street._
WANTED, 200 MEN TO TAKE PART
In PaLn'a "Last Days of Pompeii
at Fair Grounds all next week. Ap?
ply to FRED C MURRAY; Director
General, Belvldore Hull. 435 1-2 West
Main Street. Friday evening at i
o'clock._
WANTED, MEN AND BOYS TO LEARN
automobile business, new and mod?
ern machinery; now oars; beat equip?
ped shops South. Good positions for
every graduate. CHARIAVTTE AUTO
SCHOOL. Charlotte. N. C._
WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED SA Li b?
man in the gents' furnishing and hut
store SIMON BOWMAN. 108 East
j Broad Street_
WANTED, A coi/ored boy THAT
has some knowledge of shipping. Ap?
ply STRAUS CIGAR CO., 1? 17 East
?%Laln fetroeL__
WANTED. TWO FIRST-CLASS WHITE
barbers. MURPHY'S HOTEL BAR
BER SHOI'.___
BOY WANTED. S NORTH TWELFTH
_Street._
PLUMBING, EI.ECTRICITY OR"bRICK"
laylng taught In three months. Po?
sitions secured. Catalogue free.
GREAT EASTERN TRADE SCHOOL
f>6 East Thirty-second Street. New
York City._
NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL C?*RPO RA~
' lion, 221-223 West Broad Street, un- \
der new management. Young men
wanted to qualify us garago man- !
ngcrs, chauffeurs. demonstrators, i
??te. Competent men enrn $100 to,
$150 per month; day or night course. I
Wo teach by actual practice on till J
late model cars. Call and sco for
yourself. _
Y??NcT~MEN. DO YOU WANT t?
fly? Let us teach you every vital
part about the aeroplane und . Its
V. . future. Machines now ready. Write
?. "for prices for tuition. Box 34, Stu
tra-n a._
.WANTED, FOUR (4) FIRST-CLASS
machinists: throe (3) flrst-clnss
moulders. APPOMATTOX IKON
WORKS, Petersburg, Va.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST
nt. soda fountain; one with nom? ex?
perience In the drug business pre?
ferred. State ago, experience, etc.
AddresB W? care P. O. Box 3 8 3^_
WANTED, MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; few weeks required: steady
positions for competent graduutea;
wonderful domnnd for barbers, Free
booklet. RICHMOND BARBER COL?
LEGE, Richmond. Va.
YOU GET A GOVERNMENT posi?
tion $80 month. Mail nostnl for list
of positions open. ? FRANKLIN IN?
STITUTE, Dept. 384 J, Rochester, N.
p'?^rflON" AS ST EN OORAPHEK. BY
young man with four year^' oxpe
" flence and good referencos. Address
L K. B.. 1013 East Clay Street. C6ty.
WANTED. sSEVBRAL BRIGHT YOUNG
ladles for office work; bright at llg
ures and penmanship. Apply THAL
HIMER BROS., Fifth and Broad.
WANTED. A POSITION AS CONCRETE
foreman by an experienced mam Ad
dress K 703, care Tlmog-Drspatch.^_
WANTED. A PLACE AS FARM~MAN
ager by an experienced man (mar?
ried); reference given. Address W.,
Box 56, R. F. D. No. 1. Roxbury. Va.
! ACTIVE. ELDERLY MAN, EXPERl"
enccd as night clerk In largest Wash?
ington and summer hotels; excellent
referertcos; single and settled; de
alros position in Richmond. Address
W. W. M.. No. ?09 H Streot. Wrashlng
ton. D. C. _ ?
POSITION WANTED BY EXPERI
eneed bookkeeper and stenographer.
Address L J. H., Rpx 302,-Franklin,
? Vs.
waTSted. ro?iTlotCnx i-TJiii uko
Istercd pharmacist, Uui furulak beut
of references. Address IC 714, coro
Tlmes-Dlspatch._
WANTED, BY EXPBUT BOOKKBBP
er, ono or mors ?et? of bookn to!
keep; experienced In devising ac?
counting systems or handling any?
thing aw.Ii? th<i accounting line. Ad?
dress F 64 4. care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
A YOUNG MAN DESIRES A PO'siTiON*
na shipping clerk. Address J. 600,
can; Tlrnos-DlspaIch.
BOOKKKKl'KIl WANTS ~ emplov
tnent. Address K 706, care Times
I ilHputrh.
MtlV HMethtctj, Jfemale._
WANTKD, *"liO'? SBK E efHTX;" McADOO
HOTEL* Qreonsboro, n. C._
W a nt e d, A_ CO LOR ElT WOM A n OR
girl to cook, wash and Iron and
do genera! housework In a small
family; ono from the country pre?
ferred. Vor particulars write to
Mils. GEORGE w. HOLM AN, Covlng
ton. Va._S
j wanted; thhek ladies to serve
Klwiisau ginger ale free at our
i booth In Industrial Hull, Virginia
State Fair Grounds. Refined appenr
| ance und well dressed. Apply KI
wak.sa J ?ITH Ia SPRINGS CO., 24
j North Third Street.
WANTED, 25" LADIES to Take FAK T
In Pain's "Last Hays of Pompeii" at I
State Fair Grounds all next week
Apply to FRED C. MUltllAV. Dlr*
tor-Goneral, BelVlderO Hall. ?35 1-2
West Main Street, Friday evening it
7:16 o'clock. ;
WANTED, YOUNG LADY FOR HA lit
dressing, manicuring', etf.;must know
j the hitulnesa thoroughly. Give P :
crences and salary expected in t? i i
litter. MUS. F. K. bi.ANCK, Coluni
bla. S. C.
\v a NT El '.at on'i'k, an KXPEKIENC
ed girl for tailor shop. Steady Job
for good waiti'K. 'fill; Ii a KP. TAIL?
ORING CO.
WANTED, STRONG YOUNG LADY TO
do sewing on drapery work. BIG* is
STUDIOS. 31s East Frnnkll n
RELIABLE "COLORED NURSE FOR
baby Itefererieef- required Apply
21T. e. Franklin Stro> i
WANTED, a RELIABLE MIDDLE
aged woman its mother'* heli>. will?
ing to assist In house with any of
the work; good homo und good living
for the right person. Stale full par- j
liculars. salary required, to MUS. f.
BRUNTON. Foxhnll Farm. ft. I". D.
Norfolk, Va. Foxhall Station. 5 cents I
faro for Norfolk City. Station on the
farm.
WANTED. TEACH EiC^FOR 4 OH il**
?Iren, in private family; English
branches and elementary alrtebra.
Apply W. C. i.'OlillS Ca Hunds, Va.
IWtiMtforiftV 3?vot?iiona\.
f 'e ac ifE" its wanted! ? f ba c i i i : Ri
unusual demand for emergency open- i
Ings?graded, high schools, colleges:
all departments, three agencies, one
enrolment, twentieth year: guaran?
teed service. SHERIDAN TEACHERS'
AGEN'mes. tin I i.wood. s. C.
"an EDUCATOR OK T.ONG "?ND . cjc?
cesafui experience desires position in
an established school or college.
I,.tin. Oreek. French, English, liter?
ature, history and mathematics;
highest testimonials, Address Pox
4. Ksmont. Va.
I ??ltncors an? ?alf3mm.
j WAN"fEb.^BY^AN <W.l> ESTABLISHED
Baltimore Importing and Jobbing
china and crockery house, well
I known In the territory, a strictly
i llrat-clusu traveling salesman for
Southwest Virginia. Only thos?:
thoroughly posted In the Una and
who have an established trade In
I this territory need 4Lnswer. Address
? G 662, enre Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Siatitt*.
im' jr st if itb ixsk V. who has.iust
?returned from Now York City, wishes
to respectfully announce that he has
come to Richmond to stay, and has
opened an oflic? for the general prac?
tice of medicine at 203 North Nine?
teenth Street, Richmond. Va.. whero
hla numerous friends and the pub?
lic In general, whether sick or well,
are always welcome.
'mod Kits M a n t KI-S;" t11 .E w ORK OF
every description. H. K. B. & buo .
Ill East Main Sireet. _
mRs~iiicnitv spr:.\it. sewing and
making new and old enrpets. dry
It 11 ii doors of any kind of canvas:
also iinllned canvas hose made for
the trade.. Banners made of can v.u.
Export t!ag repairer. 2 East Broad
Street tuptitalrs)_
WANTED^ th e PUBLIC TO KNOW
that JAI1NKE BROS. Jewelers. 912
East Main Street, huv cell, exchange
and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold and Sil
vy Rlwnvr inlo.ti in ?.vpoarica_
&cal (Estate for ?f^lc.
dm vor \VAXT~? good BOARDING
house proposition near the medical
colleges; ten rooms; (or sale cheap.
o. a. HAWKINS, Real Estate. loo
North Seventh Street.
FRUIT" FARM "Foil sale IN' ALME
marie county. Va.?90 acres rolling
land, adapted to fruit; 250 bearing
apple trp"es; 500 to be planted this
month: some limber; fine water;
magnificent views; three miles from
station; ordinary house; outbuild?
ings fnirly good. Live stock and
j farm equipment Included at $4,500;
easy terms. Address j, g. CARTER,
I Chariot teavlllo, Va.
for salb,; new,: seven-ROOM!~de
Inched brick dwelling on Floyd Avo
! nue; pantry, range, hot nnd cold wa?
ter; hath, latrobe, coal cellar, gas and
electric lights, An attractive home
1 In a growing section. Price, $1.750.
i _Alldrcss H cm. care Tir.!es-I>j.*i>atil,.
;for sale." ten five-acre ' or
live ten-acre lotsu not over three
I miles from city, on splendid road:
less than a mile from two trolley
I lines; very near Richmond's finest
j suburbs. Will sell on easy terms
I and assist purchasers to build homes.
Address K 716, Care Tlmes-Dlspatch.
i FOR sale, two: FINE FARMS NEAR
Victoria. Vo.. Apply to ,1NO. STOKES,
1 Farmvllle. Va.
steal estate for .Rent.
for rent! " i lit! in .and 'fark. ~
rooms: modern; 70-foot lot: elova
tloti; one block of cars; if, minutes
of Seventh tind Brond; $300.
610 N. ELEVENTH" STREET?EIGHT
rooms; latrobo and grates; hot and
cold water: grange In kitchen; $.t00.
o. A. HAWKINS, Real Estate. 100
North Seventh Street_
iBoarrjing.
MBS. " CHARLES K\ BOWERS, 116
East Frank Street, handsomely ap?
pointed roomB. with board; table
board a specialty.
WANTKp~BOARDERS AT 316 EAST
Franklin: also table boarders. MISS
-PA IJiIORE._ _
HENRY CLAY inn, ashland, va.,
MRS. t?te f. chbnert, Manager,
I Good tnhlo; popular rates._
I WANTED! B??RDERS FOR LARGE,
I desirable rooms, also table boarders.
I 209 East Orace. _
HOME" COMFOKTfi? LIMITED NUM
ber of boarders;..100 West Main; also
table boarders._ _._
(BORDER'S FOR TWO NICE LARGE
rooms; vapor heat, 103 East Grace.
I PLEASANT HOT WATER HEATED
rooms; modern convenlonccs; good
I board. 410 West Grace
DESIRABLE ROOMS WITH BOARD;
also table boarders. 401 E. Grace.
ROOMS WITH BOARD. 1003" WEST
Grace Streut. ?
TABLE BOARD! 507 WEST GRACE.
MI88 WOOD.
DAILY PUZZLES
What football term? '
AltlWXn TP l i;STliHn?1'S PUZZLE
.Squash.
Sox ?>ale.
K?lr.S?L?/V/H'oiS^A'r.ilAV WINTER
oata of ou>- own Browing. hk'WIH]
HINTER LA .NT) AND IMPROVE"
MENT'CO., Richmond, Va.
h'f It IJCTURAL '/RON. . STEEL AND
pipe of every description cut to order.
CLARENCE COSUV. L523 East Ou?-y
.-ilrcet. Richmond. V?.
wagons to .SUIT . tot',. rubber
Urea put on promptly, at RICHARD- i
son bros'., 610 Brouk Avenue.
i QU BALE," HtYPEwriting" and
shorthand course In Smithdcal Busl-!
neb? College; cost $50; will sell for
*-T, Apply 316 w. Twelfth Street,
^onth Richmond, Va. ?_ 1
FOR sale, one RUBBER tire
runabout, $.10; one surrey, $75; on-,
top buggy, $45; one. two-horse farm
wagon, three coal carts; cheap.
THOMAS H. DUKE &. CO., 801 Brook
Avenue._;
lane SAWMILL OUTFIT COMPLETE 1
and heuvv four-sided planer. Condi- i
tlon guaranteed. I. BLUFORD fit
I _CO._
steam heating plant, consist- ?
ing of boiler und eleven radiator.-*;
practically ncv.. I. 13LUFRD &. CO.
drug store for sale: central?
is Ideated; doing gooil btislnosH. For
particular*, address Box 182. j^Ryj_
? n E G E n u I rTi; "HOLSTEIN MALE
calf. Address j. L. & A. c. MILLER,
r. F. D No. 3. City._
"ICE CREAMS." ALL TLAVORS AND
styles. WINSTON'S Phono jAadlsou
3253._
SECOND-HAND STAVE SAWS AND
jointers, lath mills, wood turning
lathes, boiler*. engines. shafting,
hangers, belting und pulleys; guar?
anteed. I. BLUFOND & CO., 153S-42
Eust Culy StrceL_
WE CARRY A IX'LlTt?CIv OF Busi?
ness wagons, suitable lor every use.
both tops iutd open. Can supply your
wants at once. No watting. Give us
tall. A MEYERS SONS. 731 E- Cary
StreoL_I
FOR SALE. BAKERY DOING NICE
cash business. Reason for selling
have other Intereata demanding time.
_Address 1016 West Cary._
TWO SHOW CASES FOR SALE; ALSO
half-dozen sitting chairs. 50 1 West
' lirrjnd._^ _
DEPOT WAGON IN FINE CONDITION,
made by It. 11. BOSHEN'S SONS. Sell
on uocount lack of use. Address K
705. care Times-Dispatch. _
FOR S?LE" WEll-EQUIPPED JOB
printing plunt in Virginia city of 1*.
000 population, doing excellent busi?
ness. This can be greatly Increased.
Best distributing centre in State
Good renson for selling, which will
be made known upon Inquiry. Best
proposition for any practical printer
to bo found at a reasonable figure.
Investigation solicited. Address G
564. care Times-Dispatch._
igrrsonal-.
Ii OOLDB ERG. LATE WITH KAUF?
MANN & CO.. HAS OPENED A
LADIES' TAIIA5RINO ESTABLISH?
MENT AT 202 NORTH FIRST,
STREET, AND IS STILL CON?
TINUING REDUCED PRICES.
PHONE MONROE 3431.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE FIRST
WEEK OF OCTOBER. SUITS DE?
SIGNED AND EXECUTED TO SUIT
THE INDIVIDUAL TASTE OF THE
MOST FASTIDIOUS WINTERS &
DOLEZAL, 209 1-2 n. SIXTH ST.
j. BROWN. LADIES' TAILOR, 524
WEST GRACE STREET.
HUMAN HAIP BOUGHT AND SOLD
at HtjQHHjVg, 209 Vorth Tblrd
Wantta.
6t: CON d-rl a'n d' M^CriiH ErlT of I
of every description bought at full 1
value. CLAKENCE COSBY. 1523 _
Cary St. Phone Madison 1SSC.
WAntTcD-to~Btrx Kon <.ASli7?10tVs& j
bold goods in any .jja.it:;-> fboos I
Madison ItSl.
WANTED" SMALL DESlT'sP?CE-EX- <
blbit litiildlng. State Fair; clean bus?
iness. Stale size you can spare and
price. Address .1 674, care Tlmc-s
Dispatch._ %
WANTED.'" RELIABLE PARTY WITH!
teams and wagons to log and saw
500,000 feet pine; level land; capacity)
of mill 12.0(10 feet per day. SOUTH?
ERN COOPERAGE co., Cluremont.
_Va.
WANTED. \^KlVlNbVi7?~ND DAYTON
wagon. In good order. ii 627, euro
Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. ; BY AN EJCPERIENOEl")
huntsman, two or threo bird dogs lo
break; am located forty miles
from Richmond, in good hunting
country; charges reasonable, and can
glvo reference. Answer quick. Ad?
dress C 536, care Tlmos-Dlspatch.
iftoom? for vitnt.
PRIVATE FAMILY WISHES TO RENT
second-story front room to, a gentle
mau. I. van- Times-Dispatch.
(TiTeAR rooms FOR RENT IRJRING
t :ii i- wook. i 07 North Third.
NICELY-FURNISH ED ROOMS,~WitH
_or_ without board. 718 E. Marshall.
LARGE," NICELY FURNISHED front
room, third Moor, to gentlemen. 216
F.asl Franklin ._
thiTer unfurnished on second
floor, one furnished. 322 E. Frank?
lin. Monroe 1509._
FOR RENT, IN~ Vi RGINlT^TJlTlLD I NO,
Fifth and Main Streets, two rooms,
bath and all modern convcnloncos:
gentlemen only. Address Lock Box
638._
the ROANOKE, 114 NORTH EIGHTH
Stree.t, handsomely and newly-fur?
nished rooms througliout; singlo, en
suite: trntisleiils; permanent.
atuomouilc? .for dale
si'iv'ERAL USETJ^FORD CARS?T^An6
5 Passenger, whloh wo have taken
In oxchango for latest models. These
cars now bolng thoroughly over?
hauled and will paint If doslrcd. Will'
instruct thoroughly rognrdlng oper?
ation, or will send instructor home
with out of town purchasers. FORD
AUTO CO.. 1629 West Brond.
ifiTif -t ??? null SLtRr- 'Stoffe
for~8ALl?^'m?^R?lfdHiBRED' SHE'P^
herd dog. Address K 71S, on.ro Timea
Dlspaton.
REUNION OF VBTBRANtJ. \
Appropriate Addreaa Made br Hoa.
John T, GoolrtcK, of Krcderlckntnira.
ISpeolnl to The Times-Dispatch.]
Bowling Green, Va.. Ootober 6.?
A largo crowd wan present here yes?
terday at the annual reunion of the
Confcdonuto veterans of Carolina coun?
ty. Hon. John T. Goolrlok, of Fred
orlcksburg. was present by special In?
vitation, nnd addroased the veteran*
In a speech of an hour, recounting
many of the deeds of valor of the Con?
federate soldier. He paid a high
tribute to the women of the Confed?
eracy. Speechen appropriate to the
occasion wore also made bv Judge E.
C. Moncure, Captain C. T. Bmltli and
Rev. Andrew Bronildus. A free din?
ner wan nerved to all present-. About
seventy-five of the veterans were hero,
who thoroughly enjoyed the occnslyi.
IBii?uics? ?pporrunit.t?.
LIMiYeD BLOCK^'OF STOCkPIn^ ]
per cent, guaranteed local enterprise.
H C37. care Times-Dispatch._
Coal anli ?38&oo?.
LONG^HAS BEEN IN THE BTJSIN ES3 I
over 13 years; It's his specialty, and'
you cati aavo by ordering oak, pine, i
hlekur> or slub at summer prices!
until September 15th. Phone 1069-1
1070. I
" jriat0 tor Axtni.
TWO nTcI-J ^F L A TS^^?*?R RENTp 124
East Broad Street. comer Second |
Street; Unit floor lltted up for unices
L. A. WILTSHIRE.
_?ooni? tmanta^
WAXTKH "" TW?" 'l???M8, WITH
without board, for two middle-aged
ladles, within two squares of 1500
block on Grove Avenue. Address H
COS. care Times-Dispatch.
FURNISHED KOOMS, WITH BOARD",
for gentleman with young lady1
daughter. Must be private family;
west of First and north of Main or
suburbs, references exchanged. Stato ,
terms. Address H 611. care Times
Dispatch.
wls aIiiT'n'ow^reIpar ed"'TcT8H6 w
our lino 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 pay you to look. Alter?
ation free. MRS. JULIUS HEAR,'
1423 East Main Street ? I
"bHOG REPAIRING
76c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES.' 600
ladlfs,: every pair sewed: best leath- I
er; no calls, no pegs. Royal rub- !
ber heels, 2?c; Tred-AIr rubber heel*. I
40c; leather beels rebuilt like new.
26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. TIP East Main. Pbono
Monroe ^667.
UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES
PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND ODD
pieces rcuphuistered. Mattrease*
renovated neatly. Sanitary methods;
Reliable work. 8YDNOR & HUND?
LEY. 711 Gait Proud. Madlaon tltti.
L. N. ARNALL & SON. ANTIQUE FUR- ]
niture dealers, repairers and polish-,
ers. hns removed to 1617 West Broad.
Street. Phone Madison 6277. t
SOUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS, j
OWING TO OUR MODERN EQUIP- ?
nient and methods, you will find no
aristocracy of prices, for we are |
now enabled to give you the lowest .
cash estimates upon your dental wor- i
rles consistent with good work. i00? j
Bast Main Street, opposite the old j
post-ofllce.
ANTIQUES.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE
Furniture repaired, polished and
packed, upholstering, etc. 1- N. AR?
NALL & PON, 318 Brook Ave. Phono'
Madison 6277._
Legal potters.
Tn" THE'""LA W "AND EQUITY COtJRT j
OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND:
Alfred E. Sage, who sues, etc.,
vs.
The wiles Land Company (Inc.), et
als.
(Extract of decree entered Septem?
ber 23, 1911.)
"The court doth refer this cause to
one of the commissioners In chancery
of this court, who shall inquire and
j report: ,
\ "1. What ossets of every kind and
description belonged to the Wiles Land .
Company, Incorporated, on August 1,
1911, nnd which came or should have!
come into the hands fit the receiver In
this cause.
"2. All debts due by the Wiles Land
Company, Incorporated, with the order
of their priority, If any.
What sum, if any. is due to Al?
fred E. Sage for advances made to
the Wiles Land Company between
April 20. 1911, nnd August 1, 1911.
1 "4. Any other matters that to said
commissioner may seem pertinent or
which may bo requested by any of the ;
parties to be stated."
The parties to the ubovo" named suit. |
nnd nil other persons Interested In .it.
are hereby notified that I shall pro-I
ceed to take evidence touching tho I
above Inquiries at mv ofllce. No. 1115;
Bast Main Street (second floor), Rich- j
mond, V.l.. on MONDAY, THE :10TII ?
DAY OF OCTOBER, 19U. commencing !
at 10 o'clock A. M. axd continuing t?>' 1
adjournment from tlnte to time till j
completed, at which time nnd place
they mav appear and protect their!
interests." A. R. COURTNEY,
Commissioner In Chancery.
THOMASON A MINOR.
Counsel for Plaintiff.
jj&ealeo proposals.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
celved nntll 11 o'clock A. M. MON?
DAY, October 9, 1911. nnd then pub?
licly opened, for the work of con?
structing outbuilding and concreto
walks at Raleigh. N.C.. National Com
"Ctery. Specifications can be had on
application to this ofllce or from the
superintendent. National Cemetery,
Raleigh, N. C. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked "Pro
posals for Outbuildings, etc.. at Ral?
eigh. N. C," ami addressed to H. L
l'ETTUS. Major and Quartermaster.
U. S. Army, Washington. D. C.
CxccutorS' ?otice
LEGAL NOTICE. ^
THIS COMPANY; HAVING QUALIFIED!
as executor of the estate of William [
Joseph Anderson, deceased, all per?
sons having claims against said es?
tate are requested to present them,
and those Indebted to the estate will
please make payment.
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY,
Executor of William Joseph Ander?
son.
THIS COMPANY, HAVING QUALIFIED
as administrator of the estate of
*John J. King, all persona having
claims against said estate nro re?
quested to present them, and those
indebted to tho cstato will please
make pnyment,
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY.
Administrator of John J. King.
THIS COMPANY, HAVING QUALIFIED
as administrator of tile estate of Su?
san E. King, all persons having
claims ngatnst said cstato aro re?
quested to present them, and those
Indebted to the estate will please
make payment.
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY.
Administrator of Susan E. Klug.
? A STATED COMMUNICATION OF
VV Tonjplo Lodge. No^9, A., F. & A.
M., will be held In Masonlo Tom
ple THIS (Friday) EVENING at 7:30
o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and tran?
sient brethren aro fraternally Invited
to unite with us. ,
By order of the Worshipful Matjter.
ALEX. W. ARCHER, Secretary.
REPEATS CHARGES
AGAINST BOARD
Carrington Says Cohen Prom?
ised Senator Martin to
Vote for Him.
ACCEPTS VERACITY ISSUE
Insists That Stratton Told Him
He Had Consulted With
Governor.
Kcply to the published statements I
of Samuel Cohen and K. Gerald Strat?
ton. directors of the Stato Ronlton
tlary, was given out yesterday by Dr.
Charles A'. Curla? tun. the surgeon
who was defeated for re-election. Dr.
Carrington produces the evidence
which he thinks substantiates his
statements previously made, and which
brought forth such emphatic denials
from Mr. Cohen and Mr. Stratton.
An Interesting point is ttie state?
ment that the friend of Dr. C?rrlngton
to whom Mr. Cohen waa said to have
pledged his vote for the Incumbent
was Senator Thomas 8. Martin. IL G.
liuchanan, of counsel for tho Thaoher
Hoot and Shoe Company, is said to
have made the statement that Man?
ager Huichcson had been instructed
to got Mr. Cohen to vote- for Dr. Car?
rington.
Referring to Mr. Stratton's denial.
Dr. Carrington argues that it is worth
nothing, because "Mr. Stratton is con- |
fronted with the disagreeable neces- j
slty of denying his statement to me
(Dr. Carrington) or of flatly contra?
dicting Governor Mann." The surgeon
further details the circumstances un?
der which, he says. Mr. Stratton bo- i
came under obligations to him.
Itepentn Chnraiea.
Ills statement is as follows:
In my tlrst communication I charged
that Mr. Cohen was the unwavering}
friend of the Davis Boot and Shoo I
Company upon the penitentiary board;!
that the Davis Boot and- Shoe Com?
pany wore anxious to have mo re- j
moved as surgeon; that counsol for the |
company admitted to me thnt the com?
pany had been making a fight on me,
but that they hnd directed the mana?
ger of the shoe company to 'phono
Cohen and call the tight off, and that
Cohen would vote for mo; and that on
the next day Cohen promised one or
more frlendB of mine that he would
support me.
All of this Mr. Cohen denies. v This
is to be expected. A former member
of the board, who was on the board
while Cohen wns .1 member, and whose
namo will be used if necessary, is au
thorltv for tho statement that In mat?
ters touching the interests of the Davis
Boot and Shoe Company Mr. Cohen!
waa like a hen with one chicken In his
tender watchfulness und care.
I cannot speak on this subject from
personal knowledge, because 1 never
attended the meetings of tho board
unless, specially invited or unless the
needs of my department required it.
Call Off Klght. *
On the night of September 7, at Mur?
phy's Hotel, Mr. H. G. Buchanan, ot
counsel for the Davis Root and Shoa
Company, told me that he had called
up Mr. Hutchcsoh. the manager of tha
shoe company, and had toid him to
'Phone Collen und call off the fight on
me, and that Cohen would support me.
The next day Mr. Collen assured Sena?
tor Martin that ho woulu support inc.
On September 1- Sir. W, JJ. Cardwcll,
of counsel for the. Davis Boot and Shoo
Company, "phoned Senator Swanson In
Chatham that Mr. Cohen would sup?
port mo, and tills has been substan?
tiated by both f-cnator Swanson and
Mr. Cardwcll.
Whether Messrs. Cardwell and Buch?
anan, of counsel for the Davis Boot
and Shoe Company, had tho personal
authority of Mr. Cohen to pledge ma
his support Is Immaterial?In fact, if
he had not authorized them to mako
such a statement It emphasizes tho
truth of my charge that Mr. Collen was
considered by counsel for the shoo
company so much "their man" that
they could assure me and my friends
of his vote w'thout consulting him.
Mr. i.ohen cannot deny that he prom?
ised Senator Martin to voto for me.
Talk With Strntton.
1 charged that Mr. Stratton said to
mc before the election of tho surgeon:
"Doctor. I want all of the light possi?
ble on this subject. 1 want to vote for
the best man fo.- the place, and for
the best Interests of the institution
and the Stale, but I am kind <r lied to
the Munns. I have discussed this
matter with Governor Mann several
months ago."
Mr. Stratton. In his reply, admits
that the conversation took place, ad?
mits that he said he wanted all of
the light possible on the subject, but
denies thut he said that he was "kind
o' tied to the Manns," and also denies
that lie said he had over discussed the
subject with Governor Mann.
What Is his denial worth'.' In the
next breath ho says that he told me
that ho had been committed to Dr.
Mann for six months?I deny that he
made this statement?but the state?
ment now mado proves conclusively
that he was "kind o' tied to the
Manns." Ills denial of the statement i
that lie had previously discussed the]
subject with Governor Mann raises a'
clear-cut question of veracity between
us. I accept tho issue.
Governor's i'o?itipn.
It is a matter of comparative indif
foronco to tho general public whether
Mr. Stratton or I urV- correct In our
respective statements of this conver?
sation, but the fact whether Governor
Mann did uso his Influence wllli tho
hoard to securo,tho election of his
nephew Is a matter of vital Interest.
I reiterate that Mr. Stratton tola mo
on thut occasion thnt he had discuss?
ed the matter with Governor Mann
several months before. Governor Mann
has denied that he d'scussed tho mat?
ter with any member of the board. Mr.
Stratton Is therefore confronted with
tho dlsagivoiiblo necessity of denying
his statement to mo or of flatly con?
tradicting Governor Mann.
All of Mr. Stratton's Interests?If he
In influenced solely* by them1 rather
than by lovn of truth?require him
to deny ms statement to mo' and to
support tho statement of Governor
Mann.
Deposit In Bnnka.
His political position is dependent
upon the good will of Governor Mann.
HIb business position Is dependent upon
the good .will of tho otllcers of tho
bank which emplnyH htm, and the
moot influential of these olftonrs, If not
blood relatives, are closely ennneotod
with Governor Mann.
In this connection It might be per?
tinent to mention a little matter which
shows how much Interested this bank
is In Mr. Stratton's political poaltlon.
Since hla appointment on the peniten?
tiary board Mr. Stratton has succeed
? d Id having transferred trom some of'
tho nichtnoDd banks to tho bank In ?
Petoreburg. of which ho Is an employe,
the sum of $10,000. This Is a very
nlue Little deposit, and proves how use?
ful on employo the Petersburg banK 1
has,
Mr. B trat ton also denies that ho Is j
under any obligations to mo or that h*
has over gratefully referred to such a '
sublet)* to mo or any one else, and |
that my statement to this effect Is;
wilful, malicious and false.
I owe the public an npology for sug?
gesting that Mr. Blratton could evec|
be grateful for any act of Klndnaes.
Prevented Ficht.
About sixteen years ago I was pres?
ent on Thunksglvlng L>ay at a foot- |
ball match at tho Broad Street Park,
Bitting next to Itov. Herbert Hope, of
Petersburg, when a row commenced
Immediately beneath us between three
or four Richmond men on ono side and
Mr. Stratton nnd a nephew of Gov?
ernor Mann (not Dr. Herbort Mann) on
the othor. Mr. Hope appoalcd to mo to
interfere, stating that he knew tho
parents of the two Petersburg boys,
and was afraid they might ba serious?
ly 'Injured. I had never seen either
Mr. Stratton or air. Mann before, but
at once sprang to tho ground, and,
after considerable dltllculty, succeeded
In kcoplng the Richmond men from
doing the Petersburg boys any Injury.
I look charge of Mr. Stratton and Mr.
Maun, and carried them to the depot!
In a carriage, and saw tiiem safely on j
: Iho train for Petersburg.
I never saw Mr. Stratton again until |
he attended for tho first time the moot?
ing of the penitentiary board. When
; Introduced to him there ho rocallod tho
I circumstances above narrated, und ox
j pressed his appreciation of my Inter
| ference in his bchnlf.
Mr. Schcrer says that lut does not
i think I have stated anything that
! was worth answering. In speuklng of
him In my original statement I aald:
"Of course, he was tlod h- nd ; nd foot
to Governor Mann. -Appointed March
1. lull, and to be reappolnted March 1,
1912, can there be any doubt that ho
was personally pledged?" In addition
I to this 1 now stato that Mr. Scheror
I told u high official of the. Chesapeake
I and Ohio Railway Compuny that ho
was personally pledged to the Gov
| cmor to voto for his nephew.
Sara Onn In Mintaken.
Mr. Bon P. Owen, the prlvutc sec
rotary of the Governor. In n card to
one of the afternoon papers, states
i that I called on him and requested him
j to Beo Mr. Bradley In my behalf, that
, he did bo, and found Mr. Bradley op
! posed to me.
; Mr. Owen Is mistaken In stating that1
I nsked him to see Mr. Dradloy. I did
I not ask him to see Sir. Bradley, but
; did ask him to see .Mr. Schcrer, who
j he told nie was ono of his best friends.
If ho spoke to Mr. Bradley upon the
I subject It waa not at my request.
In my first statement I snld that 1
i hud been Informed that Mr. Owen wart
largely instrumental In securing the
j vote of Mr. Bradley for the nephew of
! the Governor. My author'ty for this
I statement is a near connection of Mr.
j Owen, whoso name is at his disposal,
j who told me that if I could call off
I Ben Owen I could secure the vote of
! both Scherer and Bradley.
! (Signed) CHAS. V. CARRINOTON.
1 932 Park Avenue. October 5, 1911.
HOME) Fol? BTAXJNTOX El.KS.
I iititi<iiin- will Be Greeted nt Com4 of
?28,000.
I (.Special to The Tltnes-Disputch. ]
I Stuunton, Vn., October 5.?The Staun
' ton I.odgo of Elks, which has a mem
i bershlp of about 300. has for a num?
ber of years been considering tho
'question of bullding n home of Its
I own. and wanted the corner of Frod
I crick Street und Central Avenue for a
jslte, but could not secure it until now,
i u hen the way being open, It has nur
j chased the site, and will at an early
I data proceed to tho erection of a Hin:
'building. It will be three stories high;
? will have a tine roof garden, said tti
bo the only ono of the kind In the
i State; billiard parlors, reception rooms.
? bachelyor quarters, rathskeller, lodge,
I room and every possible convenience.
It will cost about $25,000.
An explosion of gasolene Tuesday
nj|kht wrecked the power plant lit
Monterey, which furnishes power tq
the eiectirlc system that furnishes light
and power for the town, and put tho
town In darkness for a few days. Tho
; building was damaged to (he extent
: of about $1,000 from the explosion and
; from tiro, which followed. The Con?
cern Is owned by W. Forrest Kyle, for
' morly of Stuunton, who put in Monto
? roy's water system nnd light system,
j Robert It. Doverlcks, a popular drug
[clerk, and Miss Maud SuttonT of this
I city, wont to llngerstown, Md., on
Tuesday and were married. They will
! retum to Staunton to reside.
It is the duty of every expectant
mother to prepare her system for the
coming of her little one; to avoid as
far as possible the suffering of such
occasions, and endeavor to pass
through the crisis with her health
and strength unimpaired. This she
may do through the use of Mother's
Friend, a remedy that has been so
long in use, and accomplished so
much good, that it 13 in no sense an
experiment, but a preparation which
always produces the best results. It
is forexernal application and so pen?
etrating in its nature as to thoroughly, j
lubricate every muscle, nerve and ten?
don involved during the period before
baby cornea. It aids nature by ex?
panding the skin and tissues, relieves
tenderness and soreness, and perfectly
prepares the system for natural and
safe motherhood. Mother's Friend j
has been used and endorsed by thou?
sands of mothers, and its use will |
prove a comfort and a benefit to any |
woman in need of such a remedy.
Mother's Friend ??????
?Pect?nt moth- ?jEI?LMI^
ers, which con?
tains much valuable Information.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Go.
$C CONTEST
3 For a Thought
We will give S3.00 for the Best Poem
which, like
KIWASSA m^R
is Effervescent, Sparkling and Snappy.
Poem not to be over six lines. Contest
closes Saturday, October 7th, at 6
P. M. Address
CHARLES S. STACY CO.,
24 N. Third Street, Richmond, Vn.
ftnwttiiL
? 25,000 to loan In nums to suit on
improved pro-party.
Pollard & Bagby
TheValentine Anetten Ca
AUCTIONEER fj
G18 EAST BROAD ST.
Bankrupt Auction Sale
of the
Horses,Mules, Wagons,
Harness, Etc.
< of
City Coal Company, Inc.,
3015 Dock Street
Pursuant to an ordor of the District
Court of the United SWites for the
Eastern District of Virginia, entered
on tho 26th day of August. 1911. In
the matter of the City Coal Co.. Ino.,
bankrupt, wo will offer for sale at
public auction, at tho yard of the City
Coal Co., Inc., No. 3015 Dock Street,
beginning at 10:30 o'clock A. M., on
TIUS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6,
! all of the Trams, Wagons, Carts. Har?
ness, etc., of the City Coal Company,
Inc., consisting of twelve Horses and
Mules, threo Chuto Wagons (two ol
which are In very good condition), two
Farm Wagons, live Coal Carts, three
Delivery Wagons, eight Sots of Har?
ness, and a miscellaneous lot of odds
and ends of Harness.
Sale positive TERMS: Cash.
WALTER S YD NOR,
OEO. E. HAW,
Receivers.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO..
_Auctioneers.
RUFFIN & SLOAN,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers.
By direction of the owner, we ar?
requested to offer at public auction,
on the premises, on
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6.
at 5 P. it,
104 SOUTH
IPINE STREET
That very attractive detached brick
j dwelling. having all conveniences.
; bath, latrobe. hot ami cold water. This
; property Is In nice condition, and Its
' close proximity to Monroe Park makes
' It a very desirable location for a home.
! The lot has a frontage of 25 feet, run
nlng back 150 feet to an alley. Home
, seekers and Investors would do well
i t'< attend this sale.
TERMS: One-third cash, and balance
j to suit purchaser.
RUFFIN & SEDAN.
I Auctioneers.
x\tal \t6tatt (or Aale, .
? FOR SALIC
i Two attractive, modern brick dwell?
ings?one on
Floyd Avenue
Near Hnrvle Street: nine rooms; in
flrst-olasa repair: the other on
CLAY STREET, NEAR FOURTH.
! Nine rooms. These houses are occu
; pled by good and permanent tennnts.
? and will make desirable homes or nice
: investment. The owner, ?> non-resl
! dent, has authorized us to sell at a
' bargain.
JOHN T. OODDIN A: CO.
MAN IS KILLED
BY LIGHTNING
Altavista, Va., October 5.?Moncle E.
Newman, a farmer, forty years of age,
living near Lecsvllle, wns killed by
lightning Tuesday afternoon. He, with
three other men and four boys, had
taken refuge in his tobacco barn, and
when the bolt struck Mr. Newman was
killed, and all other occupants, except
ono boy, were rendered unconscious
for nearly half an hour. A horse was
also killed.
Mr. Newman leaves a wife and seven
children. The funeral, under auspices
of the Odd-Fellows, was held Wednes?
day afternoon at the family burying
ground.
ABANDONED CHILD
F0DNDA1 STATION
Charlottesvllle, Va., October ,V?At\.
abandoned Infant' was found by a
colored man on tho platform ut Union
Station shortly after midnight last
tilght. The child?a girl?was snugly
onsconaed in a telescope, which had two
holes cut In the top to admit fresh air
It is unit.- pretty and was neatly
dressed, and was at once adopted by
J. B. Morris, night baggage agent at
Union Station, and tuken to his home
on West Street. Pinned to the boby'r
clothing watt the following note:
"To the dear ono who ilnds my he
loved baby, Mary Elliott: You will he
rewarded In a better land. Would
love to keep It myself, but cannot on
account of my parents. Hope that 1
can Und where my baby's homi
is. Ood bless you and my baby.?
Broken Hearted Mother."
Loci authorities believe that the
chll<i's mother resides north of
Charlottesvllle, probably In Washing?
ton. A week ago a couple got off at
Union Station, and offered a colored
man $10 if he would take a baby they
had with them, nnd leave It on some
doorstep in the city. The darkey de?
clined the offer. The belief prevails
that thl? Is tho same baby.
Klr*t ?w fron Tobacco Sale.
JSipoelal to The Times-Dispatch.)
LySichbnrff. Va.. October 5.?The first,
tobacco from tho 1911 crop was solel
here to-day, when 2.000 pounds of
medium leaf and lug? sold ?t an aver
ago of $9.37 a hundred, the best of
the lot soiling at $10.75. .
Tho offering, of priming* aggre?
gated 17.000 po tnd*. msklr.a th? ?a)*s
for the. past two days. 30,000 pounds,

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