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GREATEST WANT AND HEAL ES* 'PATE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA. AND UAH OP" THE ?BST Ui A3HJRICA. Want Ad Rates In Effect June 11. l?D. Daily, one cent per word when pnlil la advance. No Ail. taken (or ics* thnu ten rents. One and one-half rents a word nil clnaslflciitiona except Situation Wnnfcil for Sunday. Situation Wanted,one >???.?? a word. No Ad. Sunday Inkeu for Ich? Ibnn liftccn cents, No. Ads. taken for lenn thnu twa-uly lite ccuta when phoned lu or charged at the counter. Phone ordera not guaranteed. Claasltlcatlou not guuruutced after Dillll P. ?I. For liuslne?* contracts), scud for the Want Ad. tlnn, iiliiinr Monroe 1. aiOJ JJ ?Ullu. VAitiTTX^VATCil CHA.HM, BETWEEN C. 6c O. depot and 'tin Eust Cliiy. Kinder please return to the above ad? dress or station nfitster, C, _ U. Mil. CHAHljBg NEWMAN._ UJ?rT OS MONDAY . NIGHT, A Knlglitn Tcuiplur cbarm. Reward it returned t?. ft. u. chaff1n, East Alain StreuL_ L?ST, ON 'SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2S. Uli opal breaatplo or pelltallt. POS sibly with chain. Suitable reward if returned to la. VV. McVElOU, 1112 b-. .Main StreoL Jkyttif ^Mliuu. .jiUUf ? Yv\ANTin3\~FOR *U. B. AltMi:? ABLE bodied, unman lud men. between age? of lb and So; citizens of United States; of good character and temperate hah lls, who can spcu.K, read and Writ* tho English language, h'ot Informa? tion apply to Recruiting OtUcer, b20 E. Broad Street, Richmond, V_ , WANTED. AnTTxT'iVhI ENCED c A H - pot and drapery man, one who thor? oughly understands making and lay? ing carpets and making and meas? uring f?r window uhaueh. To a sooor, Industrious and capable man, we of? fer a permanent position with good ualury. Apply by letter or in per SOn. MILLER Sc RHOADS. INC _ SALESMEN WANTED FOR THE BEST inane of domestia linoleum anu oil* cloth on f cuuiiiiission basis. Satis 'ctory reauit? guaranteed to proper Oarty. References required. Address CLOTH, P. o. Uo.\ i.-.ji, Philadelphia, Pa. _ _^_ W A N T E D.--COLORED MEN WITH references wishing position us sleep? ing car or train porters, firemen or brakemen, write us immediately, In rloslng Btanip. No experience neces? sary. No strike. P.tciiiiiOiid rou?s. I., RAILWAY XL INST., care Timea Dispatch._ ,WAI?TE_i PRINTERS: MUST HE strictly non-union, sober and relia? ble. Klcady pcultioa. good wage*, Furnish references. BYKD PRINT? ING COMPANY, Atlanta. Ga._ AN " EXPERIENCED CHAUFFEUR, with satisfactory recommendation, can secure good job. Apply G 22, eu.ro Times-Dispatch. _ WANTED. BOY TO WORK IN PICKLE factory. Apply 1500 _\V.__Mars_lia!l. WANTED, REGISTERED OR ASSIST - unt registered pharmacist. Apply, with references, andrew G. HltlGGS._ WANTED, A GOOD LINOTYPE OPER ator; also Kood Job preseniiin. Ap? ply to WILLIAMS PRINTING CO.. 11 N. Fourteenth Street_ WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED COACH man; ?ettled man preferred. Apply, with references, to No. s North Blev Crith KirecL_ WANTED, YOUNG MAN TO WORK ON farm; about 13 or 20 years old; White r?r colored, Apply to 110 North Fifth Street._ WANTED. WHITE AND COLORED men t" work In nursery and on packing grounds, cleo tekrnsters. W. " HOOD _ CO.. Pinter Park,_ WANTED, POUR FIRST-CLASS MA* rhinlsts for lathe and shaper wurlt. Stale uro. experience and whether married or single. Apply oaky ma? CHINE SHOP. Gary. W. Va._ "WANTED. YOUNG MEN TO LEARN the automobile business, positions nocure<i competent ^radjatcs. RICH? MOND AUTO .SCaouL, ?18 W. Broad Btreet. WANTED. .men to LEARN THE BAR bor trade and take advantage ol our cheap rates; position awaiting*. Write for free booklet RICHMOND BAR? BER COLLE IE, Richmond^ Va, wTvnTeD, LINOTYPE MACHINIST operator, capable handling No. L and No. 8 machine; also oporator, 2,000 lines S-polnt required, 'lg-ht hours; machinist. $24 per week; operator. 120 per week; permanent! non-union town; RECORD, Harrlsonburg, Va. BRICKLAYERS WANTED at VICTO rla, Va.; flrst-class work; none but good workmen desired, a. k, I 'O'.VNKri, VIotcriiN Vn._ ~t&itttaitm\& y ' aniea. <tia>: f^Itkin'Xvantkd' iiv exp'eri'kno od Btockkeeper. Address L lb", care Times-Dispatch. WANTED, POSITION AS TRAVELING kalesman. Can furnish first-class references; mountains preferred. Ad? dress o 10, caro Times-Dispatch. BRIGHT BOY, 16, ' AVA NTS JOB; NOT nfruld of work has fall education, Apply F. HISS, No; :>:>3 West Main. YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION OP Fome kind with clinnee of promotion; reference furnlslfed. Address L. p. COOKB. ..619 . N. Eighth Street. CHAUFFEUR WISHES POSITION with private family; pon.i references, _Address G 37, cure Tlmcs-Dlspatoh. REGISTERED PHARMACIST OPEN for position; best reference; ten years' experience. Address Bolt 20, Newport Hotel. Newport Nrw.s. Va. SEAMSTRESSES.?MILLER S.- RHOADS KEQUTHE THE SKKVICKS OK SEVERAL EXPERIENCED SEAM? STRESSES TOll WOK K IN THEIR ALTERATION ROOMS. GOOD WAGES WILL RK PA ID TO COMPETENT PARTIES. APPLY AT ?NCB. MIL? LER A RHOADS <?itU/Ufr-n<-- o/'-JaiUrfi. "-it^r.W n'i rses* hi'iikai'T i'N'nbRgradu nte, praobical nurses hikI caretakers desire call. Mmllnrin SSfi-L. TK AOii riKS'lN' OIIK.IT I 'K.m'A ND FOU emergency calls in public and pri? vate BchOOlS. Many good openings. R? <V. cridl1n, Manager Virginia Teachers' Bureau, Miincliestcr, Rteli Inolid. Vn._ iwnuxuao; ano fSutW.sim^u PRODUCERS, HERE IS YOCR OPPOR tunlty to make big inonoy. Sell our Suburban property; values guarnn teed; maps nml literntiire free. Write , to-day. SOUTH TEXAS MORTGAGE CO.. Houston, Tex. WANTED, A LIVE SALESMAN FOR Htock proposition; good talker. Hox t'H. Wilmington, N. (' :_i?_|_?. I. !? - agenttf Wjftanm. \'(! E NTS. ?M \ZU AN D : W C)AI fO N " m A K E more money as agents for quick sell? ing household necesi-ttlCB. Asl< for 28-pagu catalogue and partlcuinrs THE HOME SUPPLY CO., Uox 162, Wlnston-Salom, n. C ?ttuatfonK, J?roftMtbnaL_1 pWiL3'''W^NTE~dT GItADE WORK A specialty. Coaching In Fronch, Eng-! Ilah and mathematics. 2009 Stuart | Avenue. /_ .\v\?Pfi35TTo sell a small, farm of 70 norea on the Main Streut* Koad II au mi; out of town; concrete walk from town to thia property; 700 yar?a facing road leading from Main Struut; all nccessury outbuildings oxcepl >'??????? Ilm? that got burned; good fam? ily oicuurd und lurg? oak grove. W ?i Hi $20,000 to a moneyed man. Will Hull within the nuxt tmrty days for $10,000. Apply to M. J. CAMP? BELL, Louisa._ THREE BEAUTIFUL LOTS AT WEST humi>lon, close to car lino; forced to pell one quick tor cash, SHOO. Owner. 2 -?> ca.ro Times-Dispatch._ SOUTH RICHMONJ rMANUFACTURING or warehouse silo; eight connectinu ! lots, oh railroad; tax rate of $i.iu; less tliau mile from (.'. cc o. depot; I value baan't booh boosted by real estate agents. Can therefore s?-u at! >i? a foot. Will double, yes, triple,! when now Free bridge opens. An- | SWCr ijuli-li for Hum price". Address , OWNER. I'. O. BOX 941. City. _i KOR SALI;, 28 FEET BROAD STREET 1 property, east <>t Koaonuath Roud, north ?nie. $65 per foot Address ^ , 32, cme Tlines-Dispatch. I l'aum roil SAl.i;, on railroad*. station iit farm; house contains llyo ruouiB und storeroom; largo Darn, ? etc.; hen huut'.s und runs; some fruit; One garden, all fenced; nine miles out. l'rice, $2,500, OH assy terms, url for cash ut bargain. DRAPER. l-<-u __E?islow .iVf.? lllgiilund Park. City. FARM.?A most DESIRABLE LITTLE fruit farm In the noted Albemarlei region; 8a acres, fenced, well water? ed and some timber; 2.'<u select bear- ' tug apple trees, 000 to be planted next month; no dwelling, but ma? terial on ground; stable and other outbuildings: farm, stock, equipment and over bo burreis of tipples. $4,500. -.-.J. U. CARTER, Charlottesville, Va. FOR SALE, H1QHLAND PARK, NICE seven-room dwelling, with stublo. all modern conveniences, including hew lilted up bath room und ricw Btei 1 range, would rent for j2.", p< r month. At present occupied by owner. RUF f1n .V SlyQA.N. No. vi:? E. Main Sli-'-t. WANTED, SMYliTFaRSi NEAR '.Tcii mond. direct from owner. Will pay i cash. O ?f>, care Times-Dispatch. WANTED. A HOUSE IN O INTER Park. Parties desiring to sell will please communicate with J lib, carbi Times-Dispatch._ Wanted, to buy small far m, di rect from owner; must be close to Htcam or electric ears, with good houso on place. Address K d13. Care Tlmrs-r.'lspatch._ &tal C?talc iov ScXcrtt. k'ur'"rentT first""And second floors over store located at Fourth and Broad Streets. Space on each floor. 87x120. Apply to RUFFIN & 8LOAN, No. 80!? E. Main Street. J&00!il8 tOt .VvKltti the ROANOltE?'TH^NbltTH'ElOIlTH Street, hundromely and r.ewly-fui - nlslied rooms throughout; single, on suite; transients; pcrmanenL lYrgE. fiJrnished. FRONT ROOM, third floor, anil furnished front hail room, second floor. 107 East Grac?-. FOR HHNT. ONE LARGE FRONT room and one pleasant, bright rear room 12 9 S. Filtii_ Street._ NICE, BRIi;IIT, FURNISHED FRONT room; all conveniences; southern ex? posure. Madison 5674-J._ FOR RENT, 8ECON6-FLtk>r FRONT j room, heated. Third Street, between I (Irace and Franklin. Address H 4.6, _care~Ttmo?-Pispa,tch._ I DESIRABLE ROOMS." FF TIN iSH E ij and heated. I I N. Third,:_ NICELY 'FURNISHED ROOMS. WITH or without board. 718 e. Marshall Street._ dfcvooms ?IxHante?. wa NT ED! FURNISH E D^lftOO^f Vea!: business district for man uml wife. Reference* exchanged Address T. W. J., 107 York^treet^Norfolk. Va. WANTED. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping. State price. L 196. care Tlmes-Dlspatch._ |}cr?0!lat3. J. K ATZ, THE LADIES' TAILOR, 300 N, F1FAH STREET, W ILL NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE ANY MORE OR? DERS FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. OUR WORK?OCR REFERENCE. H. SC! MISTOOK 6 CO.. ARTISTIC i LADIES' TAILOR, 207 n. FIFTH STREET. CALL AND SEK OL'i! ? 35.00 SUITS. WINTERS & DOLEZAL, LADIES' TAILOR. 20? 1-2 NORTH SIXTH ST. J. BROWN, LADIES' TAILOR, L24 WEST ORACH STREET. human HAD; bought ANb" SOI D1 nt HUGHES s, 2'd. North Third. _| Tin.: household fkiknd, smith" lUld Hiiusnge, for sale at your gro? cer's. n7j't1oe to*" A EC j i IT. icf s.?T'bANS and specifications for the proposed buildings of the Stulu Normul and llidiihiii.il School for While Women in the city of Itadford will be re? ceived by the board of trustees of Hie school ul u meeting to ue bold in Richmond, in the Capitol, on TUESDAY, .November the nth, lOiL it is contemplated that the cost of the buildings will bu $150,000 to $200,000, The location ano relative situuilun of the administration build? ing und dormitories should be Indi? cated In the plans. Blue prlntu ot tue sito may bo h:id from Captain W. T. Baldwin or thO undersigned by parlies interested. The hoard reserves the right to reject uhy and all plaits, and dooy not assume any responsibility or cost Whatsoever, except to the ure.hi teel whose plans may bo adopted. The plans. In- u sealed package, may be mailed to the Undersigned ut East Itadford, or delivered to him In i'.lchmond on llio 11th of Novem? ber. Ry order of the Board. (i. 15. CASSEL, Secretary. East Itadford. Va., Oct. 0, 1011._ Virginia Trust CfrfnpanV, Richmond; Va. this COMPANY, HAVING qualified along with John 0. ?eatty as admin? istrator of the estates of Edward K. Fennoll, deceased, und Mugg'ie b. Fennell, dcceatied, all persons having claims agdlhsl said ostates arc re Miiested to present ihem to the un? dersigned, and those Indebted to tho estates will please make payment to the undersigned. Virginia trust company. Administrator of Edward K. Fennell and Muggie_ H. Fennoll. deceased, WANTKD.?;..THE PUBLIC TO "jKNOVV* that JAHNKE BROS.. Jewelers. 912 12ust -Main Street, buy. soil, exchango and remount diamonds In the latest atylea. Old gold and Bllvcr always taken In oxchonge._ B. 1* FtEA?N COMPANY, ATLANTA, Oa., exoliislvely commission; refer f.o Rovt. W. L I.ingle, Richmond, nnd all shiipers bolow City Point, Fla, DAILY PUZZLES What kind of J?k? ?YNSVVEM T< \i l!? A*fn V.Zi.iV \\ liehe?. '_ -Jfor _6>alc. w^t_c5Js To sune r6vr"nDiiHi:it Urea put on pronptly, ut RICHARD BON BROS'., GIB Broch Avanue. BEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF BUBI neu und pleasure vehicles, consist? ing of surreys, buggies, runabouts and phueionti In tue very latest styles. Lowest prices, Easy terms, .v. MEYER'S SONS, .?i E. Cary BL STRUCTURAL ?RON, dTEEL AIW pipe of every description eut to order. CLARENCE COSBl ....... Blast Car> Street. Richmond; Va._ "ICE CREAMS." Ai-L FLAVORS AND styles. WINSTON'S, t'houe jAadtsuu UllAl'llOl'IlONEB?COLUMBIA OKA- j phoplioucs with fifty records, $30; a! bargain; cash or credit; double-d'ac records, ?0c; repairs. TALKING MA? CHINE CO, 7?4 East Main. FOR "SALE." GROCERY STOKE; CEN iro of city; will sail cheap to i|ulok buyer. Address L L80, care ITtnes- . Disputch._ FOR SALE, ONE 12-HOR8EPOW Bit tlt-ctrlc motor, goou us new, for one tlilrd in.- origin* I cosL Apply THE ELI KULL cu., < >iu Street, Peters? burg. Va._ BE ? ?ND-HAND MACHINERY BOUGHT, sold and exohanged. I. ULUFORD ? CO., 1&3S-42 East Cary StrceL_ FOR SALE, A TELEPHONE Ex? change, including one Hundred mll-.-s ol rural lines, no coiupetttton, and u .splendid developed country. Will sell on easy terms, or exchange ror real estate. Write P. O. Box Hh'i. Washington, N. C._ FOR SALE, COSBY'S COMBINATION baiter and h?anT for wood and coal. 423 W. Brosd. Write for circulur. ANTIQUE Oi?ENTA 1. 1!COS ~ AN 11 Jewelry. KAMBOURIAN'S RENO? VATING WORKS, 216 North First Street._ S?tuomouUes tor -.guile ?_V?1?A_ USED i- OLD' ca RS, Y"?ND u Passenger, Which We have taken In exchange for latest models. These cars now being thoroughly over? hauled and will palm It desired. Will instinct thoroughly regarding oper? ation, or v. ill s' .-.'i in tructor homo wit., out of town pufchasei . FORD AUTO CO.. li>2") West Broad._ AthkiiUe Cu.^i Line Railroad Co., Otllco of the Treasurer, Wilmington, N. C. October 23, lsll. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE l Atlantic Coast Llnu Railroad Com? pany has declared 2 per cent, inter? est on the certificates of indebted? ness of that company, payable at the uMW of the treasurer at Will?log ton, N. C, on mid alter NOVEMBER 1, 1911. The transfer books are closed lrom the 20th day of October, lull, to the lat day of November, lsn, both Inclusive. \ JAMES F. POST. Treasurer. [Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., Otrice or" the Treasurer, ! Wilmington, N.C., November 1, mi. THE BOARD of DIRECTORS OF at lantlo Const Line Railroad Company has declared a dividend of two anJ one-half per cent, on the preferred capital stock of that company, pay? able nt thu ofllce of the treusurer. at 1 Wilmington. N. C. on and after NO? VEMBER 10, 1911. The transfer books ar_ closed from 31st day of October, 1911, to November 10, 1911, both dates Inclusive. _.JAMES I". 1 ?i.i.ST. Treasurer. I ; '~~~ ^anteD. CvC\nteiC to"bu'v for ca.shThous:: hol'l goods in ui:y quantity. Phone MiidlSon 3861._ S E C O N D-U ? N D MACHINERY OF every description bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1023 E. Cary St. Phone Madison .3626 . WANTED. TO BUY FOR~CASH. OLD gold und old silver; any quantity. E. c. MEYER JEWELRY CO.. 317 East Broad Street. r house paints! if your house NEEDS painting give us a call. We carry a full line of the best grade of house puinu. Write or phone for color card. elba hardware co._ FLOOR' STAINS. WE HAVE A FULL eine of no. 1 floor stains, polish.'.-. Moor wax. gold paints, etc., the kinds that will last. ELBA HARDWARE co.. corner Hen? ry and Broad. _ HEATERS. j JEE OUR LINE <>f WOOD, COAL and oil heaters hofbrc buying; also co il hods, shovels. ELBA HARDWARE CLEANING* AND ' PRESSING^ : j CALL LA TOUCH 12'% MONROE 2419 when you want hlgb-class denning, pressing, etc. C South Second Street. SHOE "REPAlRINa 75c. 11 ALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES, SOc. ladles; every pair Sewod; best leath? er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub? ber heels, 25c; Tred-AIr rubber hocld, ?10c; leather heels rebuilt like new. 20c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East -Main. Phono Monroo 2607. ANTIQUES. ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE Furniture repaired, polished rtiul packed, upholstering, etc. E N. Ait NALL _ SON. 1617 VV. Broad Street. Phone Madison 0277, window-cleaning; ! WAXING AND STAINING FLOORS A specialty. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Mon? roe :il20. UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSEi PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND OL1 pieces reupholstered. Mattresses renovated neatly. Sanitary methods. Reliable work. sydnor & H?ND ley. 711 East Broad. Madison 3201. "antiques. ~ YOU CAN GET genuine ANTIQUE furniture at C. E. LYOA'S; also an? tiques and other furnlturo repaired, polished and Mulshed. Antiques bought, qfl West Main street. East Frank Street, handsomely Bp pointed rooms, with board; table board a specialty._ WANTED, BOARDERS AT .115 EAST Franklin: also table boarders. MISS _PALMORE. _(_ TRANSIENTS TAKen DURING THIS week at 410 West Grace Streot, Summary of Operations of the Building Inspector's Office FROM JAKVAUV 1 TO OCTOBF.Il 31, 1011. Tolnl number of permit* Isnucil In October for new work.33 Total number of permit* Issued In October lor nlterntlou* and repair*.. 37 Total number of permit* l**ued In October.?2 IXIiuntrd eo?? of new lmpni\-*nienlH In October.$203.317 00 I m i hi,: i cd ?hu of alteration* mid repair* In October. 32,270 00 Total co?f of work uulhorl/cd In October. AvornKr value of permit for new uork In October. Avcrncc value of permit for alteration*) anil repair* lu October. AvrriiKc value of lulal permit* Issued lu October. NEW STItUCTUltBS, 1PM. !2r.,7S7 00 .$8,380 80 ?tili 14 . 8,011 Kl October. No. of nidus. Brick ilvieltlnKM . IS Frame dvrelllnun. ?> Ilrlek More* . I Shed*. ? Wnrcbouae* und luanufactorle* :s Private sinblc*. i Public ?table*. Soll-MtntlollH . < ollCKFM. Ilrlek vault*. Office bulldlnir* . Churcbe* . Cur liarUM. Private unrnsci. ' Public KnniKeH. Schools . 2 Prelfthl depot* . Tliciilrc*. Hotel* . lloNpllnl* . J.lhrtirle* . IS \ mount. $60,800 (mi 11,2110 Oil I.ol ii Uli l,BIO in? 7lt,(MM) 01) 2,730 mi .Inn. No. of Indus. 241 10-1 on 1,337 no i "no nil ?I.Tr.ltATIONS AND REPAIItS \o: of Hide*. Ilrlek dwelling* . HI 1 nunc dewlline* . 21 Brick slur's . s WurelitMiMCH nnd manufactories 14 Puller ntutlon*. Office bulldlnsa . l'rlvnte ntoblc* . Public Knruicc*. College* . Churcbe*. 11 Hospital* . Theatre* . Depot* . Shed* . ? ( nr Iinrn* . I'rlvntr uurncp* . ItotindhoiinCH .. .. Club* . Public stable* .-. School*. Ilnukn . Kuglnp house,, . \ mount. $7,00-1 tin ii.iiii 1 ",, 4,813 fMi 0,832 04? 1 to Oct. 31. Amount $1,011,318 oo 213,738 <M? 1180,440 (Mi 21,043 on 681(330 ?0 13.377 Ofl 18,033 on 3,300 on 105,000 (in :i(H? on 1,382,300 00 i in.siiT no 13,000 <>0 8.074 OO 14,300 0? 103,000 00 iiv(Mm on nn.oon no 333,000 on 73,000 on 22,270 Ort *4,H7r?,7ii no .lim. I to Oct. 31. o. or IdKM. tniount. M l $ 61,031 00 852 70.227 (m) 12-1 102,28-1 no 38 ns,207 no 1 D8B 00 s hi.nil 00 .-. 1.073 0? 2 3.3S.-, 00 i 2,300 Oil ?i 30,nnn 00 8,5 00 . . i 11,300 00 . . 2 412 on . 3 423 OO S 3,130 00 . . i 3,oon oo . . 4 7)10 00 .?... . i onn on . . 2 s,sno no . . 3 1,230 oo . . 2 311 00 . . I 33,000 1)0 ,. . I 1,200 00 SO $32,270 no 034 $486,400 on Amount of new work authorised to dnlr.*-l>tr..7 l I 00 Amount of rrpnlr work authorised to dutr. 430,-101? 00 Tolnl nntoiuit of work authorised to October 31. 1011.$5.332.133 00 Total number of examination* nnd report*.118 Incrrnse In new work lu October 1011, ns rompnred with October, 1010, amount* to *7S,S77s deerensr In ?Iteration und repnlr work In Oetober, 1011, n* compared with Oetn'Hr, llllO amount* to $13,013, umklni; a net Inrrense of all work nutbori/.cd In October, 1011, an compared with October, 1010, of $68,008. STSUCTS TEill 10 MM KICKS Coach at Virginia Gives Up Day's Practice Largely to Linemen. [Social to The Times-Dispatch 1 Charlottesville, Va.. October 31._ Virginia s practice to-day was in the main given up io instructing the linemen In breaking up drop and place kicking, and therefore seemed to have a direct bearing on the Georgetown game, though there was no mention of that contest by the coaches. Cos tellos exhibition of drop-kicking .?: tinst St. John's on Saturday aeema to luive reminded Head Coach Vancey of the Virginia-Georgetown game last full, ami evidently a determined ef? fort will be made tills year to get the linemen to charge with more vim and block Coslello's little game. It is conceded that Virginias line is stronger this year, and the way the forwards charged In the Virginia Military Institute contest wus .good to behold. Nearly n half-dozen kicks by the big cadet full back. Moore, were blocked by the centre trio. Wood, Car? ter and Jett. These three men are very strong und exceedingly active, being among tht ilrst to get through the line and down the Held. They broke through Swarthmore's strong line, and showed equal ability against the Lexington lads. This afternoon Cook, the Andovei drop-klckcr, and Veiiger, the former [Iampden-Sldney punter, played back of the scrub line, and were Instructed to boot the ball bei ween the uprights as often us they could. Cook succeeded In landing n couple from the tv. enty-llve-yard line, nnd Yaeger did just about as well. Tht j remainder were either blocked ot j gotten on so hastily that they resulted in failures. Coach Yancey, who has been In Har rlSollbnrE since Saturday, also gave Some little attention to his offense. Walter, the Denver lad, showed well In the bncklleld, as did Lewis, half back on Ho- Bcrubs. Toward the end of the day's work. Flnluy nnd McDon? ald sttecoeded Howltt and Wilson on < the ends. It would not be surprising | lo sec this experienced pair during the Georgetown contest. ?raits lai: iC.f'iT THUEE ATTKA'TIVi; CONNOTING rooms on second door. 322 K. FranK j Mm_ *Sus'tne$?f( i^?tiortunft'i'.? th' sub'WANT TO'SELL YOU It BK8I- | ness, or buy a business, *??<? us. we can market any proposition. lt. S, uli,Yson A- CO.. I'roinotera and Sales A gents, 38 North Ninth._ ?nal (iiiu toaoo?. LONG THE WOOD MAN. HAS MADE A Specialty of wood about ll years, lie has the kind that split! eftsy and gives heat, becuusc ll Is perfectly dry and sound. DONG'S. Madison. 10CD. _ KINDLING WOOD, . TIIOKOCGIH.Y seasoned, $1.76 per half-cord. s. H. COTTllELL, & SON. Phone Madison 177. __, I $oulti?, ?lct nno Hibe jfetoch j ifT>U S A i AS, 0 N ? I: E 61 ST E RED SH ET - land stallion end UVo mares. Address _d _e. silling. Statin ton. V? FOR S A I.E. GEMMNE ENGLISH pointer puppies, threo months old: bred from excellent hunting (log male. $10; female $5. T. E HL'D GINS,,' DeWitt, Va._, LOT OF FI FT e EN' YOIT N G S II O A T H; wtdght about 76 pounds Apple MKS. D. J; ANTHONY, Hurul 5, lllchmo.-ul, j Vs. Charles Harris, Wife and Grand? son Picked Up in Uncon? scious Condition. [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlottesville, Va., October 31.? Charles Harris, aged about tlfty years, one of tho moat prominent farmers In Southern Albemarle, together with his wife and little grandson, CTTarlea Harris, need live, ,iad narrow escapes from Instant death this ufternoon. when the buggy In which they were driving waH struck by southbound local freight train No. 63, on the Southern Hallway. The accident occurred at a crossing ono mile south of Covesvllle, near which poirn Mr. and Mrs. Harris wer? bound, to attend the funer. I of u Mrs. Hamnor, The home was killed out? right and the 'buggy shattered, the occupants being scattered along the side of the track, where they were plcke,! up unconscious. Accompanied by Dr. Kmmett Houu, the trio were removed to the station ut Covesvllle, placed aboard tho northbound locul passenger train which reached Char? lottesville after -I o'clock, and taken to the University Hospital. Mrs. Hsrris was the worst Injured, and her condition Is regarded as se? rious. .She suffered a fracture of the leg, u slight contusion of the brain, und a sculp wound. Internal Injuries are also feared. Mr. Harris osoaped With several ugly scalp wounds and bruises about the body. The grandson suffered a rupture of the blauder, which required an oprratlon. Mr. Harris Is a son of the late Wil? liam H. Harris, ono of the county's most substantial farmers and fruit growers. His farm Is located three miles north of Covesvllle. He Is a Presbyterian, and active In church af- ' fairs, frequently conducting services j In the pastor's absence. Ills wife was | u Miss Rogeri, of Nelson county. FIFTY HURT IN TRAIN WRECK; Many I'crsotm Returning From Circus Are Injured. Albany, tin., October 31,?Fifty peo? ple were hurt when the regular south? bound passenger train on the Georgia Northern leaving here at f>:10 yester? day afternoon was wrecked two miles from the station. The train split at a switch, the locomotive and two.' coaches remaining on the main track, while one coach was turned over and another had Its side, ripped off by a freight car. The train was crowded with country people who had been to the circus ai Alb.tnV. Doctors from here cared for Ihe Injured, none of whom Is Bald lo ?be In a serious condition, WOUND PROVES FATAL. Woman Who Attempted Suicide Dien ut lloahnke Hospital. fSpecial to Tho Times-Dispatch. J Roanoke. Va.. October 31.?Mrs W. L WoOldrldgo, forty-five years old, Who last night attempted to end her Ffe by shooting herself, died In a ) ospital to-day This Is the third shields In Keurtoka . within a week. Two of the victims have been wo lion, both using pistols to end their earthly existence, and the third a man, who took laudanum. The nusbund of Mrs Wooldrldge l.s In the ponlten tiary hnvlnfi been sent there for three years for cutting his wife's throat. Mrs Wooldrldge said She win tired ; of trouble and 'vantod to die. GALEN HALL Atlantic City, Ilntrl anil Snnntorlum, With Its elegant comforts. Its tonic and curative baths arid superior table and service. Is an Ideal place for fall and winter. Always open. Always ready. Always busy. P. I,. Yonng, i Qoneral Manager. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE ?- Kr? STUART McG_lRE.M.D.,Pret. Medicine- Dentistry-Ph armacy 19th Sessien Opens September 12th. New building. New equipment. Eighty experienced teachers. Excellent clinical facilities. Modern laboratory methods. Descriptive Catalogue va request. iHectlnffB. SEABOARD AHl DINE RAILWAY. NOTICE OF AN NC AI. MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stockhold? ers of Seaboard Air Line Hallway will be held at the principal olllco of the company. Eooms .S'os. 7 and 8. Delgh Building. Sycamore Street, In tho city of Petersburg, Va., ut 11 o'clock In the foienoon on the BTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1811, for the purpose of electing a board of di? re,tors and for tho transaction of uny and all business that may como before the meeting, Including con? sidering and voting upon the ap- 1 proyal and ratlllcatm of all contracts, acts and proceedings by the board of directors and olllcers since the annual mooting of stockholders lust held. The stock transfer books will bo closed at 12 o'clock noon on October I 28, 1911, nnd will be reopened on November 10, 1911. i D. C. PORTEOLTS, Secretary. i ? MASONIC FUNERAL NOTICE? a stated communication of Joppu /v\ Lodge, No. 10, A., F. & A. M., , w.il lie held at the Masonic Temple WEDNESDAY, November I, at 2 o'clock P. M., to attend tile funeral services of BROTHER A. S. FURCROM. Members of sister lodges u.i.d tran? sient brethren arc fraternally invited to be present. By order of the Worshipful Master. QEOROE C. JEFFERSON, Secretary, i Hichmund, Fredericksburg n'nd Potomac Railroad Co., Olllce of the Secretary. Richmond. Vn? November 1, 1911. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stockhold? ers oi the Richmond, Fredurlcksburg and Potomac Railroad Company will be held at its olllce 111 the city of Richmond, Va., on MONDAY, the aoth day of November. Kill, at 11 o'clock A. M. The Btoek transfer books will li- closed at 3'o'clock P. M. Monday, November 13, mil, and reopened at 10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November 21, 1911. NORMAN CALL. Secretary. Washington Southern Hallway Co., Ollice o? the Secretary, Hlehmond, Va., November 1. lull. .NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the iinnuul meeting of the stockhold? ers of the Washington Southern Rall way Company will be held at its ol? lice m the city of Hlehmond, Va., on MONDAY, the Uoth day of November. 1911. at 12 o'clock noon. The stock transfer hooks will be closed ut It o'clock P, M, Monday, November J.'!, 1911, and reponod at 10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, November 21, 1911. _NORMAN CADD. Secretary. Potomac Railroad Company, Olllco of the Secretary. Hlehmond. Va., November 1 i?'l. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stokhold ers of the Potomac Rnilro.id Company will bo held ut Its otflce In the eii"v or Hlehmond. Vo., on MONDAY, the 20th day of November, mil, at 12:30 P, M. The slock transfer books will be closed at r. o'clock P, M. Monday, November 13, 1911, and reopened .it 10 o'clock A. M. Tue*i3ny, November -1. 1911- NORMAN CALL. _Secretary, Virginia Hallway and Powe: Company, 6US-?31' East Main Street. Richmond. October 28 1911 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the stock? holders of the Virginia Railway ami Power Company will be held at Hie general ofllco of the company, in the city of Hlehmond, Va., on WEDNES? DAY. November li. 1911, at HI o'clock M. Tho transfer boojt? will he closed on Monday, Noveml-er ?'., 1911. at 3 o'clock P. M.. and will he reopened on Thursday. November It!, 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M. GUY PHILLIPS. Secretary. Hlehmond Docdmotlvo Works, Richmond; Va.. October 15. 1911. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of the Stockhold? ers of the Richmond Locomotlvo Works will bo held at the olllce of the comppny, In the city of Hleh? mond. county of llenrlco, Va,, on WEDNESDAY, THE STII DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1911. at 11 hid o'djck In the forenoon, for the purpose 62 electing directors nnd olllcers. for the approval of the acts of the direc? tors since the last annual meeting:, and for the transaction of such other business us may properly come be? fore tho meeting. C. B. DENNY. Secretary. fortist. Table d'Hote Dinner? Saturday nod Sunday evenings, o to 0 o'clock, (11.00 rorh. THE JEFFERSON Richmond, Va. The most magnificent hotel In tho : South. European plan Rooms singlo arid en suite, with and without baths. ? iSpnelous sample rooms Rate, Jl.?O per day and upward. i The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND C?AY sjTREBTS, ! Open dally from 10 A. M, to I P. mc i A 6 Ti' tI o r if-r K*T?? '""-u-a The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND CAY STREETS* _PEN 8 A. Ii. TO b P. M. J'faancfoL. Money to Loan flS.OOO to loan ta rams to suit os Improved property. Pollard & Bagby "WE NEED $15,000 to loan on first-clssg real os tato mortgages. In amounts from $1,500 to Jfi.'"'0 See us promptlv. CRENSHAW & HICKS. Sixth antl Main Streets. _Jhict(on &a]t?,JQHbi* ^w^. By'Richesori & CrutcMUdd'P' Real K3tato Agents and Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OP NOS. 406 AND 408 GRAHAM ST REETj tN REAR OF NO. 900 WEST MAR SHADE STREET. At tho request of the owner, who li determined to sell, wo will oftor fot sale, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. at 4:00 o'cloelc P. M., this very desirable hrlck property, con t.-tlnlng six rooms each, with hot and cold water and bath. These houses are now rented to good tenants ut $16.00 a mouth each (In flats), ana will pay well on tho price expected. TERMS: Only a very small cast payment; balance on time, to be an nounccd at sale. auxtionj&flle'?' ^J^^J^^** Wm. B. Plzzlnl Co., Real Estate Auctioneers, 723 E. Main Stree.t. AUCTION SALE OF A DESIRABLE LOT. 606 WEST BROAD ST. At the request of the owners, w. will offer for sale at public auction on the premises, on THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1911, at 4 o'clock P. M., the above lot. This property, which Is situated Ju* opposite Elba Station, on the nortl line of Broad Street, between Sinitl and Munford Streets. Is ono of tin most destrablo vacant properties oi Broad Street, and will prove a profit ! able speculation or Investment, as It I will steadily advance In value. I TERMS: Announced at salo. By John T. Goddln & Co., Real Estate and Loans. Bank and Eleventh Streets. AUCTION SALE OF INICE SUBURBAN HOME, NO. 910 GAR LAND AVE., BROOK LAND PARK BETWEEN BARTON HEIGHTS ANI. GINTER PARK. At the request of tho ownor we wil. sell, at public auctlo. , on tho prem? ises, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1911. AT 4:30 O'CLOCK P. M.. the above described property. Tin dwelling Is un attractive two-stor: ! frame house, containing eight rooms porcelain bath, hot and cold water with sewer connections und clcctrh lights. The lot fron*s 58 feet ant runs buck 186 feet. This property being only two Square.? from the Mrst Street car line und fif? teen minutes from First and Broad '? Streets, In one of the prettiest parts of our suburbs. Will make any one at ; ideal home. TERMS: Liberal and announced al J sale. JOHN T. GODDIN & CO., Auctloneors. By Sutton & Co., Real Estate Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS' AUCTION SALE OF THREE TRACTS OF LAND IN THE PLAN OF WOUDVILLE. A SHORT DISTANCE NORTHEAST OF THE CITY LIMITS. Acting under and pursuant to tin terms of a decroe of the Circuit Couri of Hulirlco, entered July 18, 1911, ,i the suit styled Otis M. Alfrlend, win sues, etc., vs. Waller E. Brauer, tin undersigned special commissioners wll' offer for sale, on the premises, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911. at 4 o'clock P. M.| First. That tract of land in Wood vllle, fronting on Cabell Street, and containing 26 5-100 ncres, more or less being lots 7 and 8 In tho plan of Wood vllle. Second. That tract of land In Wood? vllle, fronting on Holly Street, and containing 20 37-100 acres, more or less being lots 9 and 10 In the plan ol Woodvllle, Third. That tract of land in Wood? vllle, containing 13 Si-100 acres, knows as No. 6 In plan of Woodvllle. This property Is about threo-quarteri of n mile from the city limits, and It situate between the Mechnnlcsvllls Turnpike and Crclghton Road. It It In a neighborhood where small lotl are In demand, and could ho subdivided by the purchaser and sold to advan ! tage. TERMS: One-third of the purchas? money In cash, and the residue In three equal instalments at six, twelv? and eighteen months from date of sal?j the purchaser or purchasers to glv? their negotiable notes for the deferred payments, with Interest at the rate ol 6 per cent, per annum from date ol sali added, and the title to tho prop? erty to be retained by tho court a.i Security for said note* until paid anil n conveyance ordered by the court; or nil cash, at the option of the pur? chaser or purchasers, GEORGE c FiT^m-ntr. FRANK' T SUTTONj JR., Special Commissioners. The bond required of the special commissioners under the nbove men tinned decree haR been given E R. PHILLIPS, __Deputy Clerk By N. W. Bowe & Son. Real Estate Auctioneers. TWO ATTRACTIVE LOTS. At the request of tho owner, we wlk offer for sale, nt public auction, do tho premises, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1?1L nt 4:30 P. M.. those two attractive lot; on the south side of the Nations.* Cemetery Road, fronting together VS feet 5 inche.t. snd running back *bout ISO feet to the property of the South err. Railway Company. These lota are near the new ?freut? line, and will make good building lots A bsreralr. rrsy be exnecttfd ~~~' ""^ FOR RENTVTT No. 102 E. Franklin St. A most desirable home In an excel? lent location BEAM & FUNSTKN, ?Iii East Main Street.