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GREATEST WANT AND KEAL ES? TATE .111:1111 M IN viinilMA. AMI ONE OIP TUB BEST l.\ AMEIUCA. Want Ad Rates In Effect Juno 11, int. Dally, one cent per word wbeu paid In ndvance. No Ad. tukcu for loss than ten cents. One and unc-hnlf centn a word all cliiNsincntlotiH except MtutiHou Wanted (or Suuduy. Situation Wanted, one cent a nurd. No Ad. Sunday taken for Ichm than fifteen centn. No Ads. tuken for lews than twenty flSc cents when phwucd lu or churned at the counter. ' Phone order, not Kiiurnutccil. Classification not uuiiriititccd after ?130 1>. Bl. Fog buslnena coutriictn, wend lor the Wnnt Ad. Man, phone .Monroe 1. 1,11? J/I/H4?*.. ?okt,"Tn^O^IT'UI^iTe ITTt?D^T? ccnt stores or 111 1'nitauolpiilu 'luy btuio or on liroud btrcet, oetween 1 luru nun Film, onnuie containing chtiu'u Indian suit, ltewurd It ieu ut UltA.vt DRUG STOKl-J, Seven Hi and Biuad._ iiOST, WHITE "?ND BLACK setter bitch, about two yearn old niiu wear? ing stuuued collar with utuhe of un UersignuU. Last seen on .uidloiu-.au Kuuu, near belt line crossing. Suita? ble reward. HICIlAitU it. SMITH, Forest Hill._ LOST, ON MONUMENT. AVENUE. BE tween Meudow und the Boulevard, t?nch o( small keys with gus tana ey uttached. Reward il lett at this oufce._ LOST, ON BROAD AND MAIN CAR, Saturouy, about 2:30, gentleman's leather club bag. Reward II return ed to 2008 Prove Avenue. lo.st, ON main] betv. EEN NiNt11 and Eleventh, meerschaum pipe with gold bund. Reward, ^l. if returned itoom 723, Mutual BullulnK. in good Condition. LOST. ENGLISH COLLIE DOC: A~N swers to name of Prince. Howurd If returned to 2?'K, KohsilhgtOIl Avenue. "^v7A??tsiiE?rToTr'i^^ "bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 18 and 36; citizens of United State?, of goou character aud temperate hab? its, who can speak, read and write tho English language. For informa? tion, apply to Recruiting Officer, 82U East Broad Street. Richmond, Va. MEN OK ideas AND INVENTIVE ability, write OR EE lev & MelN TIRE, Patent Attorneys, Washing? ton, D. C, for their llbi of Inventions wanted, und prizes offered by lead 1 ng munutacturere._V wanted, several laborers at| once. Apply FOREMAN SPOivE DE? PARTMENT. VIHOiNlA-NOR'l HCaR- ! QL1NA WHEEL CO. Steady work. riyOd pay._ Wanted, carnation grower: married or single; good wage*; per? manent position; no pot plants. I'ALLON. Florist, ltoalioke. Va. PENMANSHIP AND other BUSINESS j subjuctu thoroughly muglit at mod-| orate prices; duy and evening ses? sions. masseY. business culleoe. ] 802 E. HVoail Street._ WANTED. RELIABLE] MAN TO MAN agu and work, on salary, well-equip- I ped furm, directly on railroad; com-1 fortublu house; ull supplies furnish? ed; no ciicuiuurunce preferred! will I consider party With wile und one or two tmali children. Flrst-clas? ref- j erencea required. Apply in writing to K 405, cu.c Tinies-Dlepatcli. WANTED. MAN TC^sTv7_WOOD. 1211 .sortti Filth Street._I .\\ ant i.D. a bookkeeper AT ONCE; j elderly man with experience prefer? red. Address, in own hu.nuwr.iiiM. stale age, salary expected un? give reference. Address (.1 124, care Tlmos 1 MHputcn._ wanted, EXPERIENCED GROCERY driver (colored. Apply, with refer? ence, at S. ullman'S, 506 e. M.ir suall Street. _ A U t O M O B I L E MECHANIC.?ONLY high-grade, skilful men need apply;! snort Hours nna goou pay. 1-OltD] AUTO CO., 1?2K \\ est Broud. YOUNG MAN TO DO COLLECTING ] and superintend chipping; one witn experience proierreu. Apply at once, bOuTHEHN STAMP amj STATION? ER V co.. 1206 E. Main._ yV ANTED, DOUBLE-ENTRY BOOK keeper. experienced in wholesale grocery business preferred, bui not nocerisary. tjiatu salary expected, nge; married or unmarried; ulsu give references und experience. CLIFTON FORGE GROCERV CO.. inc.. Clliion l'"orge. Va._ WANTED, GOOD. PLAIN COOK ANdI baker. White man preferred; one [ who lu willing to go to the coun? try. State wages expected. Ad- j dress l fflS. care Tlmes-Dlspatch._ Want ed, youno men to learn tho automobile business; positions secured computenl graduates. RICH-' MOND AUTO SCHOOL. iu3 Gra?aui Street._ YOU ARE WANTED FOR gov ERN ment job; SSO month. Send postal for list of positions open. FRANK? lin INSTITUTE, Dupt, 416 K, Ro cheater, K y. _ VANTED, RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS; Richmond examinations announced | January IS. Samplu questions tree. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 416 K. . Rochester, n. Y._ Vi ANTED.? MEN AND BOYS LEARN | automobile business; new and mod? ern macliinery; new carai best equip? ped school North or South; good po? sitions for our graduates. CHAR? LOTTE AUTO SCHOOL Charlotte. ??UUsUUHl? tHilCU. 2?tUUlt. VTa?TKdTbY^EXPERiENCED BOOK keeper, position January 1; whole? sale house preferred; can also oper? ate typewriter. Address L 510, caro Timea-Dlspatch. WANTED"! WHITE BARBER, AT I once; good pay. 823 West Cary. YOUNG MAN WISHES CLERICAL Po? sition with a wholesale or manufac? turing company; experience and best 1 referencoe. H 125, cure Times-Dia-1 patch._ FIRST-CLASS, SOBER EXPERIENC ed Job and ad compositor desires per? manent position. Best offer accepted. w. C. SMITH, Pulaskl, Va. WANTED, FARM TO WORK ON shares, stocked and tools. Apply 1503 VV. Broad Street. Richmond, Va. [ WANTED. POSITION AS law~Ci7ERK and assistant, with chance of ad? vancement; willing and capable. Par? ticulars on request. l 515, caro Tlmes-Dlspatch._ WANTED. AFTER DECEMBER 10, PO sition as machine man In planing or box mill; several years' experience good reference. Address l 517, car? Tlmes-Dlspatch._ REGISTERED PHARMACIST, EXPeT rlenccd prescriptions, capable of managing or handling branch store, sober and reliable: married; wishes position December 15. Address l St 2, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. Wanted, position by young man (26), eight years' experience in mer? cantile business; Al bookkeeper and salesman; location no object; Al ref? erences. Address H .126. caro Timea Dlspatch. _ WANTED, POSITION AS ASSISTANT bookkeeper or office work of aomo kind; have had some experience. Sal? ary no object; Al reference. Ad ^lt^njOI70, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. mit* ^^nteli, jf*male. ; G^OD^O^'^NTED; SM ALTHAM By. 322 Norta Harrison Street ? ?>tl>> Saiantei). ?male. WANTED,' YOUNG GIRLS AND WO? MEN TO KEEL IN OUIl TOY AND . FANCY GOOUa DEPARTMENTS DURING THE HOLIDAY BUSINESS. AI'I'LY AT ONCE TO AUDITOR? OFFICE. THE COHEN COMPANY. I WANTED, COOK WITH REFER ' dices. 106 North Linden Street. WANTED. A COOK. APPLY 801 Haw ' thorn Ave., Pinter Park\_ I LADY, T?~D? MOSTLYWRITING AND I a little stenography. Apply, In own handwriting and atute aaiuiy expect? ed. AddrcsH II 128, care Tlmcl-Dls putch._' COOK.? FIRST-CLASS COOK FOR country homo. Address, with refer _dices. U 1?2. care TtnicH-Dlspatch. W A N T15 D, BOOK K E E P rW.~? F f R S~T cluss double-entry bookkeeper for large corporation. Address, In own. I handwriting, giving referenced and mating salary expected, H 146, care I Times-Dispatch. WANTED, " TO employ ? GOUT) cook; must cOltie recoinmended; sul ary, J1S. Apply MRS. M. C. .MANN, I Thlrty-ilr.it and Porter Streets, Woodland Height*._ I CyitlRUtUltb <&VUUHI<-U. ii chui?fc call Rurs es* blJRJsauT"madison t 885-l, for undergraduate n\irsc ur : caretaker._ !SETTLED LADY of experience desires position to cure for small ! children or do light housework. Ad . dress W. B. r,, Frederleksburg. Va. I Box 48. r. f. D. No. I. I 2$elp,-ftiau ano JTcmale. | ! YOUNG MEN AND'TLADIES* WILL I llnd excellent opportunities for fid- ! i vanclng In business by taking our courses In bookkeeping, short hand | and typewriting. Day and evening! classes. MASSE Y BUSINESS COL LEGE, 802 E. Broad Street._ tJ\OlCSBtflliaL Wtil) v,0,iallin' W?XI'kK TEAC11F.TtS 'FOR SCHOOLS open now and Janut.ry. Can place 200 ut $36 to |100; men and wo? men. Special enrolment offer. SOUTHERN TEACHERS' AGENCY, Columbia, S. C. VV^\l?TET^r7YT~?NcX j dry goods saiuniuun, none other need aypL ; give reiei encu anu experi? ence; young man preferred. BuW ERS-LE Wid Co., \v usuiugton, N. C. WANTED, LIQUOR SALESMAN; ilUST huve eatubiisueu tiaue and goou ret ureuce. THE KaUFMa.\N-I1aek CO., Clncinnuti,_0._ SALESMAN, EXPERIENCED, WILL consider proposition ua lepresenlu tlve for reliable lumber or coal con? cern. Address H 65, care Tlmcs DlHpatch._ AUT0MOBILE SALESMAN, ATTRAC tlve opening for un experienced, well-educated young man, wno has mude good In any line. This posi? tion combines the udvantuges of a good income and a healthy; outdoor ? life. Applications from none nut high-class, successful salesmen will be considered. FORD AUTO COM? PANY. 1029 West Brond Street. V. AH 1 KD, A I ONCE. HXJ'EKIENCED gents' furnishing and shoe sales mnn; none other need apply; young man preferred; give reference and experience. BOWERS-LEWIS CO., Washington. N. C. \_.fZOUlZb. _ The Chesapeake und ohlo Hallway Company, . Richmond, Va., November 2i, 1911. I the Freight depots of this! company will be closed THURSDAY, j November 30 (Thanksgiving}, except for the delivery ot per/ahuulu freigut between the iiours of s and lo .v. M. _G. a. WARTHEN, Agent. the annual' OYSTKRii SUPPER un-| der the auspices of the King's Duugh tera of Christ Episcopal Church will be given THANKSGIVING EVENING. I November 30. beginning at 7 o'clock. ? a musical entertainment will be fur nlshed during the entire evening. Tickets, 2f> cents._i eTectiTTc garage vine and main Streets.?We have opened un up-to- I date and well-equipped electric gar- j age for the cure of electric vehicles | and storage batteries. RAUCH & LANG ELECTRICS, WA-j verley electrics. Phone for n dem- j onstrntlon, and let Mr. Smith talk ! with you. W. C. SMITH ?fc CO., Vine' mid Main, 314 N. Fifth Street._ WE WISH TO NOTIFY OUR FRIENDS I and the public generally that we! are no longer In business nt Four- ', tcenth and Main Streets, and are 111 no way connected or interested with the Slur Clothing Co., Inc., now ' at corner nt Fourteenth and Main Streets, No. 1401. We desire to thank bur friends and patrons for their kind patronago extended us for so many years. Yours very truly, K. FISHER. J. K. FISHER. Formerly the firm of K. Fisher & Son, Star Clothing House, corner i Fourteenth and Main Streets. WE WILL BE: PLEASED TO SEE OUR friends and former patrons ut tho address mentioned below. K. FISHER, with 3-9-19-Cent Store, 607 E. Broad Street. J. K. FISHER, with Chas. M. Sti?ff, Piano Manufac ? turcra. No. 205 East Broad St.. City. NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: November 22, 1911.?Having Ihls day sold my interest in Cosby's Paint Store. 315 North Adams Street, to Mr. .1. J. Hudson, I wish to thank my friends nnd customers for past ; favors and solicit same for the new firm, who will conduct the business at same place, nnd will be my sole agent for Cosby's Climax Cleaner, which T will continue to manufac? ture on a much larger scale. Call same phone. Monroe 3050. J. T. COSBY. PARTIES HAVING "INCONTESTABLE From Date" policies In the South Atlantic. Life Insurance Company will learn something that will In? terest themidf they will write w. L. STA GO, Station B. Richmond, Va. WANTED. THE PUBLIC TO KNOW that .TAHNKE BROS.. Jewelers. 912 East Muln Street, buy. sell, exchange and remount diamonds in the latest atyles. Old gold and silver always t?*t/-r-,, In pv^hn-nge $oultrp, jfrt aift ?be &tafc U HEAD*OF CORN-FED CATTLEFOR sale. Very f\pc beef. JOHN T. LEWIS," ClarktyHlo. Va._ FOB" SALE. THREE FIRST-CLASS rabbit dogs, three years old. Address E. H. NEB LETT, 1213 Hull St.. South , Richmond. - , _ FOR SALE. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. Black. Minorca and 8. C. White Leg? horn hens, best strains. . Price rea? sonable: nny number. Address Box 144. Amelia. Vn. relate for 3Rent. AT;A?lT!dl3T^'"^6^S^ Chesterfield; two rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to MANAGER._ FURNISHED FLAT FOR RENT. FOUR or six rooms, furnished or unfurnlsh ed; centrally located- modern conve? niences. Apply 116 North Third ' Street, or phone Madison 7982-J. FOR RENT. SEVEN-ROOM. COM pletcly furnished flat.. In heart of city. . Apply 101 East Cary Street, second flat. W^'fED\~BY REFINED CCafpldS', small, furnished flat In good lo? cality. Ad dross U 141, care Tlmes 'Dlspatch. DAILY PUZZLES What occupation? ANS\VKit TO YESTKHDAY'S PUZZLE, Twlnc. jrov ?tue. 9 TWO SlicTJND^AND RUNABOiJTb, ono top buggy .um sevcrul wagons, all In goou repair unu puliitcd. Tneau are bargains. a. MEYER'S SONS. 731 Euut Cary Street._ WAu?Nh TO ?Uli YOt^ RUBBER tires put on promptly, at RICriARL HON UHOS'., t>15 Brook Avium. FOR SALE, a EINE OARAGE, AT A sacrifice; good stand; gouu business; fully equipped, up-to-duto uiactiiue shop aim suvurul cars; a ourg.un tor a quick buyer, as owner wunts to leave city. A L'TO.MOUl EE, cure Times-Dispatch._ ON E HTaI^DAKD El It E-PRO OF. HAF B; in use about a your; good condition; cheap; eush. Address G 103, cure Times-Dispatch. FOR SALE, STEAM HEATING PLANT, SASH, DOORS AND FRAMES. AP? PLY OLD MADISON SCHOOL IJLDG SECOND-HAND MACHINERY BOUGHT, sold and exchanged. L BLUFORD & CO., 1538-42 Earn Cary Street. STRUCTURAL 7itON, ?TEEL ANu i pipe uf every description cut to order. ' CLARENCE OOSB! liita fc.Asi Llii'i Street. Richmond. Vs.._ EAT SM ITH El ELD SAUSAGE! EAT Sinlthheld sausage! For sale at your grocer's._ _ FOit SALE, EVERYTHING IN THE line of business und pleasure vehi? cles. We want your business. A. MEYER'S SONS. 731 E. Cury Street. FOR SALE, ONE RUBBER-TIRED runabout, $50; one lop buggy, $35. rubber tires; one phaeton, $30; one top buggy, $20; one coal cart, $25; one furm wagon, $20. THOS. H. DUKE & CO., 804 Brook Avenue. FOR OIL COOKING AND HEATING stoves see N. KLEIN & .SON, INC.. 620 East Broad. ^U?int?? ?ppoaumttes. WANTED,Tn'T-1 SALESMAN, W?O| is in a position to Invest from $3,000 to $5,000 with services. In an up-to date manufacturing company doing the largest business of its kind in the entire South; good sulury; year? ly conlructs; advancement; also want factory superintendent, one familiar with iron and steel work. Address MANUFACTURER, P. O. Box 123. THE DISCIUMIN?TING INVESTOR will do well to Investigate the ex? ceptional offer now being made by one of the oldest and best establish? ed manufacturing companies In tho city; large and continuous dividends; highest banking references. Address L 544, care The Tlmes-Dlspatch. FOR SALe! A FINE CONFECTIONERY store at a sacrifice; good stand and good business and cheap rent; on ac? count of owner's death. The busi? ness Is at 920 W. Cory Street, Apply to 114 E. Broad Street, and get all particulars._ I OWN 500 TURKEYS AND PROPOSE to give them away to everybody de? positing In bank regularly $1 or more. First come the first served. For particulars call on H. B. REID. 28 North Ninth. FTiiBli^HOOMiNO AND BOARDING 1N f or mat Ion; consult our Hies at South? ern depot, "Traglc's." Sounders & Crump's and 2S North Ninth Street. CABINET INFORMATION BUREAU, ; FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR permanent, transient and table boarders can be secured with MRS. | HORACE WELFORD JONES, at S00 E. Franklin Street. Gentlemen a spe clalty._ WHEN YOU COME TO RICHMOND stop where you can get a nice, clean, comfortable bed for 50 cents; lee wa? ter, bath and phono free. 1002 East Clay._ WANTED. BOARDERS AT 315 EAST Franklin; also table boarders. MISS PALMORE._ LARGE, BRIGHT. ATTRACTIVE rooms; permanent, translont and ta ble board: steam heat. 210 E, Grace. BOARDERS FOR LARGE FRONT room. 209 East Franklin. _ ^vtoucfitatc torjUciu._ MODiERN EimiT^ROOM HOME. IN West End, 2200 block, Hanover Ave? nue, cheap rent; combination gaa and electric fixtures; heated, hot wa? ter heat. Apply to 123 1-2 N. Sixth. DRINKARD._ RESULTS TO LANDLORDS; SERVICE to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY & CO.. Seventh and Franklin StrcetB._ _W&antto._ THE VIRGINIA HOME"FOR" INFANTS, 100 Weat Clay Street, Richmond, Va.; long distance phone Madison 7190. We have several beautiful babies which we wish adopted by peraons who can furnish good references Write or call for particulars._ GOOD PAYING POSITIONS GUARAN tced to all comploltug our courses In bookkeeping, stenography and type? writing. Send for catalogue, MAS SEY BUSINESS COLLEGE. 802 East Broad Street._ WANTED. HORSE FOR HIS BOARD. Light driving; best of attention. H 129, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. wanted, - - second-H A n"5 OFFICE chair; first-class and cheap. Address Box 196._ SECOND-HAND MACHINERY OF every description bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1623 U. Cary St Phone Madison 3526_ WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH. ?OUSI: hold goods in any quantity. Phono Madison ?851. _'_ J. KATZ. THE LADIES' TAILOR, 200 NORTH FIFTH STREET, HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOI D at HUOHES'S, 209 North 7'hlrd. HS??!* ^%5??5i^__, W A NT^fc D.?YOUNG MAN WANTS room and board, near centre of city; private family preferred. Address 11.130. cars TlmeH-Dlspatoh._ OJONTLEMAN WANTS ROOM AND board: oentral location;-state terms. K 454, care .Tlmee-Dlspnteb. ? >.v ? " ?'' ? ' ? /?"'?' -. ' -<? ' V ' ? '? M.-.t-'Tl Dr. Pettit's Slayer Will Spend Rest of Life in Hospital at. Marion. [Special to The Tlmcs-Dlapatch.J Lynchburg, Vn? November 27.?In? stead of being placed on trial In tho Nelson Circuit Court for the murder of Dr. J. A. Pot tit. In Lovlugston, on September 25, Hen Milliard will be sent to the new criminal Insano ward at the Southwestern Hospital at Marlon for the remulnder of his life. 'I his decision was reached at lov ingston to-day upon the report of Urs. I Trice. King and 'fucker, wlto composed !n commission niiuicil by Judge 'ioroon I to'Study the gunny of toe prisuuur. : Three other alienists retained prior to i tills by Milliard's counsel made a slin | liar report. Hubard has been in Jull here since i the nlgnl after the murder, and he ' will be taken to Marlon as soon us ar : rungcincnts can be perfected for his I removal. ?ioh" L. Dee. leading counsel for Kev. } Clarence iticheson, 01 Boston, was Hn i bard's attorney, having been a school I mate und roommate ot his for several I years. I CHARTERS GRANTED Superior Dnnd Corporation, South Norfolk. Vu. Georgo G. Martin, presi? dent; C. I* Old, vice-president; H. B. Urq'uhart, secrctury; S. VV. Lyons, Jr., treasurer; all of Norfolk, Va. Capital stock: Maximum, $10,900; minimum. $1,000. Objects an<i purposes: neal es? tate business. Farley Sc. Chlldress. Incorporated, Norfolk, Va. A. T. Stroud, president: W. H. Farley, vice-president; A. L. Chlldress, aecretury and treusurer; all of Norfolk, Vru Capital stock: Maxi? mum, $5,0u0; minimum, $1,500. Objects and purposes: Tailoring bus'ness., ; Tho Ideal Fishing Float Company. Incorporated, Richmond. W. J. Klin ?aui w-.ia.t tut ??ati.. maITv^tTTk^'c^ur neitTpRO p e itfy? About lsX14G, comulnlng two orlck buildings; only $ll,5u0. llentul now pays Interest on this. Big prollt. we believe, cun be mude on tills. No suler place to plant a little money now. CHAP1N &. IIUMt)._ ! EXTRA FINE HOME, HANOVER 1 Street; nine rooina. hot water lur nace of economical design > electric und gas fixtures; hardwood doers; large cellar and lot. Only ? $0,700. Under tiic present market. CHAP1N <k HUME._ SPLENDID o-ROOM BRICK DWBLL lng; new; nice section; two latrubes. Only $1,850. Easy terms, lmmediulu possession, liign ground, bcuutiiuily terruced. Concrete steps and siue wulks. A snup. CilAPlN & HUME. FOR SALE. OR WILL TRADE FOR city property, 300 teet on best avenue in Highland Purk, und the best lo? cation near Baptist Church. A. J. WARKEN, 416 North Sixth Street. _ HOMES AND FARMS OF ALL DE scrlptlons bought on our plans an ables the borrower to pay for same on small monthly or yearly pay? ments. We only chargo 5 per cent. Interest on unpaid balances. You can pay In full at any time, thereby stopping further Interest. Seven ycurs of success demonstrates our plan h?h no equal. Send tor booklut telling how. GEO. S. RICHARDSON, 408 Amcrlcun Nutionul Bunk Bldg., Richmond, Vu. JUST THINK! 66 ACRES. ONLY 2 1-2 j miles from this growing city. Just $100 Per ucre; probably 11,500 worth ' timber on It. leaving lund ulone only $80. On turnpike, Just one tulle from trolley. Few people reullzo farm lands have doubled In last ten years, and even far from city markets. Think what advantage this place pre? sents. Be quick. CHAP1N & HUME, 13 North Eleventh. _ FINE INVESTMENT?$20,000, PAYING 9 1-2 per cerit.; four new, brick dwellings, containing eight modern ilats, with basement. Total rental $1.920; capable of bringing $2,160? 10 1-2 per cent. See these; you will be delighted. CI1AP1N & HUME. I ixooiiis tor ...nt. ?, ROOMS Full TRA"nSiE?5t3T319 WEST Urnee Street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH and phone. No. 407 E. Cury Street. LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room at 322 E. Franklin. Monroe _ 1_509._ BASEMENT OFFICES; HEAT, ELEC tric light: hol und cold water. 313 East Grace Street._ ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM; electric light; suitable for mun and his wife. 313 East Grace Street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM THE Wellington, 914 E. Clay. Phone Madl son 2200-.1._ <C?cU itlio UJttOOO. inB %oo"dm aV^has^about "fFve cords of good oak and pine knots. If you have a heater or grnte it will pay you to got on car and ride | up to sec it. His coal makes pure ashes. LONG, 1506 West Broad Street._ upiiolstekiN?T anD^mattRe 33 S ? PARLOR SUITS, COUCHES AND OL" pieces reupholstcred. Mattresses | renovated neatly. Sunitary niuihods. Reliable work. SYDNOR & HUND LEY. 711 East Broad. .Madison J204. SHOE REPAIRING. 75c. HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. 60c. ladles; every pair sowed; best leath- | er; no nails, no pegs, Royal rub bar heels, 25c; Tred-.vir rubber heels. 40c; leather heels rebuilt like new, 25c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 East Main. Phono Monroe 2667._ WINDOW CLEANING. WAXING AND STAINING FLOORS A specialty. WILLIAM JOHNSON. Mon- 1 roe 3120. _. ' WATCH REPAIRING. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOBIEN. JR., Is a guar? antee thut it * dono properly; 20 years' experience. Cleaning, $1; main springs, $1. 108 East Broad Street All work guaranteed._ B?K E RY" CAKES FOR THAT DINNER. BEST | fruit cake, 25c. a lb.; a good fruit cake, 20c. lb; raison cake, 15c. lb.; citron cako, 20c. Ib.; nut cake, 20c. lb.; plum puddings, 20c. Ib., at DRINKARD'S, 423 1-2 North Sixth. ALADDIN KEROSENE OIL. DELIVERED ANY PART OF THE city or suburbs, 5 gallons for 60 cents; no odor; no smoke. HOWELL BROS., 603 East Broad._ ?"^jT^fASONIC NOTJCTC^^BPECTAI, Vv communication of Joppa Lodge, /V\ No. 40, A., F. & A. M., Will bo held at the Masonic Tomplo TUESDAY, 28th lnst? at 6:30 o'clock P. M, Members of slstor 'odge's and transi? ent brethren aro fraternally Invited- to bo present. By order of tho Worshipful Mnstor. GEORGE C. JEFFERSON, ?*-' Secretary. Baldwin & Brown, Inc. FOR SALB. 62 SHARES CAPITAL STOCK $100 per share par value. $70 sharo to quick purchaser. Vory easy terms. OlMBONET-NUCKOLS CO.. INC.. 729 East Main Street. brough, president; Frank T. Sutton, vice-president; Ludwoll H. Xlmbrough, sccrotury und treasurer; E. II. Wash? ington; all or Hlchtno. d. Capital stock: Maximum, $10,000; minimum, $1,000. Objects and purposes: To manufacture a patent fishing tucklo. Turner-Kennerly Company. Incor? porated, R'oahoko, Va. P. C. Turner, president; J. D. Turner, manager; J. B. Konnerly, secretary and treasurer; all of Itoanoke, Vn. Capital Btock: $1,500. Objects and purposos: Wull paper business. Southern Virginia Land and Develop? ment. Company, Incorporated, Black stone) Vn. J. M, Harris, president; T. A. Ovcrby, vice-president; Benimm Morris, secretary and treasurer; all of Blackstohe, Va. Capital stock; Maxi? mum, $25,000; minimum, $15.000. Ob? jects and purposes: Kenl estate busi? ness. Found Head In Bed. [.Special The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Winchester, Va., November 27.? Lewis W. Jackson, sixty-eight years old, was found dead In bo'' this morn? ing by his sister. Miss Mary J. Jack? son. Death was due to ncuto indiges? tion. Two tlsters and one brother purvlvc him. By J. Thompson Brown & Co., Real EHtate Axents and Auctioneers, No. 1112 Hast Main Strnot. COURT SALE Intensely Historical Property, "Washington's Headquarters, The Old Stone House, Built in 1737, Richmond's Oldest Landmark, Now a Relic Museum, No. 1916 East Main St. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 o'clock P. M. Chancery Court. City of Richmond, in suit? "John D. Isaacs and others vs. John E. Dove and others." Decree entered Novombor 14. 1911. By virtue of the above decree, and aa special commissioners therein appoint? ed for the purpose, we wtll proceed to I ??11 at public auction, on tho premises, j at the above time and date, the prop I crly mentioned in said decreo, as fol ' lows: "That certain lot or land In tho city of Richmond, Va., with the Improve? ments therecn, known as the Old Stone I House property, located and bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning on the north line of Main Street, between Nlnceenth and Twentieth Streets, at a point sixty-six (60) teet west of Twen? tieth Street, running thence westwardly and fronting on the north line of Main ? Street thirty-two (32) foot, more or j less, and extending back northwardly I from tho 1,i front, at right angles, ; one hundred and fifty-five (155) feet, j more or less, to Rose Alley." The above property, rich In history j and hoary In antiquity, will be sold 'on terms of one-third (1-3) cash and I the residue in three equal Instalments. I payable at six, twelve and eighteen months, evidenced by negotiable notes, I with Interest added, and title retained j until said notes are paid and deed ordered by the court; or all cash, ir I desired. ALLEN G. COLLINS, JOSEPH C TAYLOR. Special Commissioners. J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO., Auctioneers. I certify that the bond required by the ahovo decree of tho special com? missioners has been duly given. Ol von under my hand this 21st day of November. 1911. Test": ' (Signed) CHAS. O. SAVILLE. Clerk The Valentine Auction Ca AUCTIONCtRS 618 EAST BROAD ST, SHOES. MEN'S FURNISHINGS, NO? TIONS. HOSIERY, FINE STORE FIXTURES AT AUCTION. At the request of Mr. Jacob Myers, who la retiring from business, wo will sell at auction. In lots, to the trade, his stock and store flxturos at No. 102 East Broad Street, THIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. THE STOCK conslstB of Men's and Ladles' Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Neekwoar, Notions, etc. THE FIXTURES Include ono Chain Roller Awning, two small Outside Show rases, handsome Nickel Plated Window Fixtures, Silent Salesman Showcase, Umbrella Showcase, two Gas Arc Lamps, about 70 feet fine Shelving, Mirror. Heating Stove and Pipe, Cash Drawer, good Medium Size Iron Safo, and other fixtures, etc. Sale positive. TERMS: Caoh. Store must be vacated at once. THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO. High Constable's Sale I will sell by public auctipn, on TUESDAY, THE 28TH DAY OF NO? VEMBER, 1911, 3 O'CLOCK P. M., at my storehouse. No. 130fi East Frank? lin, tho following property, to satisfy distress warrants and executions In my hands: Bureaus, Washstands, two Upright Pianos, one Flat Top Piano, two nice Combination Safes, lot of | Household Goods. Grocerlos, oto. TERMS: Cash. W. H. WYATT, JR.. fit. C? C. R. By C. L. & H. L Denoon, Real Estate Auotloneora. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF I TWO NICE LOTS ON SOUTH LINE OF I WALLACE STREET. IN PARK | PLACE. By virtuo of a deed of trust, dated I December 8, 1910, recorded In Honrlco ] I county, D. B. 190-B. nage 182, and ! at request of beneficial, default hav? ing boen made in payment money so cured, I will sell by Auction, on the promises, on ' TU-ESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911. at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the lots described In said deed ad near I the city limits of Richmond, fronting 50 feet on south lino of Wallaco Street, I In Park Place, designated aa lota 15 and 16, Block "B," plat recorded Plut! Book No. 8, page 84. TERMS: Cash us to expenses of salo; any taxes due, and a noto past duo; credit to. December 8, 1911. for $206. and balance In ono and two years, C per | cent.) or all aaah. C. U DENOON, Trustee. Wnir^r^PrzzIni Co., Y23 East Main Streut. SPECIAL. COMMISSIONER'S SALB OF VALUABLE WEST CLAY STREET PROPERTY. -1? I By virtue of a decree entered by the I Law nnd Equity Court on the 16th day of May, 1911, in the chancery suit of I "J. H. Bcvorldgo and wife vs. Bevorldgo et als.," I will offer for sale, on the premises, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1111. at 4 o'clock P. M.. that valuable residence property lo I cated at 001 West Clay Street. ,' The building Is a detached brick dwelling, containing six (6) rooms, and the lot lias a frontage of 26 5-12 feet and runs bnck between parallel linns 140 feet to a payed alley. Will make a most desirable und convenient homo or a nrst-class Investment. TERMS: One-third cash; balanco In six and twelve months, notes to be given for the deferred payment, se? cured either by deed of trust on prop I crty or by retention of title, nnd bear? ing 6 per cent. Interest. Snlo subject to tho confirmation of the court. JAMES L. SHELTON, Special Commissioner. 1. P. P. Winston, clerk of the Law and Equity Court of the city of Rich? mond, do certify that tho bond re? quired of Jumos L. Sholton, special commissioner, In tho above entitled cause hng born duly executed, with ap? proved security. Given under my hand this 21st day of November, 1911.. P. P. WINSTON. Cleric. fturtjh^jji^alcts, J^tl,J^j?5^, *-'s,~"-~v- By^SnC. cTtlinT^N~v^^> 16 North Eighth Street. CORNER BRICK DWELLING. SPLEN? DIDLY CONSTRUCTED AND CON? VENIENT TO BUSINESS, AT AUC? TION. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .19, 4 o'clock P. M., NO. 2300 EAST MARSHALL STREET. This property Is on the line of both street car systems, but Its convenience to central bualncss sections makes cars unnecessary to the avorage business man who may occupy It. But to people who are engnged ' at remote points, there is no other location In the city so convonlont to cars to every section as Is this particular one. An Inspec? tion is Invited. TERMS: Easy. E. A. CATLIN <fe CO. "iRwl ?gTatt (?rjtont F?R RENT. 102 E. Franklin Street A most suitable home, in a,central and attractive neighborhood. Usual modern conveniences. ELAM fi FUNSTEN. Madison 1962. _Raflroaus._ RiOimond, Freflericksb'e & Potomac O. TO ANO FROM WASHINGTON AND BEYOND. Leavo Richmond ?4.60 Bird St. Sta. ?6.19 A.S. Main St. sta. ?6.60 A.n. UyriSt. Sta. ?7.48 A.n. Main Hi. St*, ?s. m A.11. Ityrd St. Sta. ?IS.Ill noon Hyra HI. Sta. 43.60 P.M. Ilyra St. Sta. ?4.00 P.M. Byrd St. Sta. H.15P..1I.KIha Station. ?6.16 P.M. Main St. Kta. ?B.20 P.n. Bird St. HU. Arrive Richmond ?7.60 A.n. HyriSt.Stn. 11.26 A.M. Klba Station. 11.36 A.M. Ujr4 St.Stn. ? 1.12 P.M. Main St. Sta. ?2.46 P.M. DyrdSt.Sts. tO.60 P.M. Hyra 8t.Sta. ?7.26 P.B. II) id St.Stn. *0.10 P.M. ByrdSt.Sla. ?0.40 P.M. Main St. Sta. ?11.20 P.M. MatnSl.SU. ?ie.fillnlKhtllyrJSt.Sts. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS?WEEKDAYS. LeSTe Bf rd St. HU. 1.30 P. H. for Frederlcksbarg. Lcsto Kiln Sta. 7.05 A. M.,6.30 P. M. for Ashland ArrtreByrd St.Kts.K.26 A.M. from Frcderlckub'f. ArrlteElbaSU. 0.30 A.M.,6.J10 P.M.from Altaian*. ?Dally. fWeekdaye. 'Sundays only. All trains to or fram Byrd Street 8ttttleo (except trains leaving 4.so a. m. and arriving 11.50 night) atop at Elba. Time of arrivala and departures not guarantied. Read th? slgas. SOUTHERN RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND. N. B.?Following achedula figures published as Information and not guaranteed: 8:10 A. M.?Dally?Local for, Charlotte, Dur? ham and Raleigh. 10:? A. M.-Dally?Limit? ed? For all points South. Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car to Aahavtlle, N. C. 1:04 P. M Ex. Sun.?Local for Durham and In? termediate stations. 6:00 P. M.?Dally. Vor Danville, Atlanta and Blrmlnghnm, with through Drawing-Room Slaoplng Car. 11:4S P. M.?Dally?Limited?For all points South. Pullman ready at 9:30 P. M. YORK Rlvr.R LINE}. 4:E0 P. M.?Ex. Hun.?To West Pt., connect? ing for Baltimore Mon., Wed. and Friday. 6:00 A. M.-Ex. Sun. and 2:18 P. It.-Mon., 1 Wod. and Frl.?Local to West Point. TRAIN'S ARRIVE RICHMOND. From tho South: 6:60 A M.. 8:06 P. M., dally; 3:10 A. M. dally; 12:65 Ex. Sun.; 2:00 P. M. dally. From Wrst Point: 9:30 A. M. dally; 11:35 A. M. Wed. and FrT; 4:26 P. M. Ex. Sun. R. E. BURO'CSS. D. P. A., 907 E. Main St. 'Phono Madison 777. SEABOARD AIR LINE. Southbound trains scheduled to leave Rich? mond dally: 9:10 A M.?Local to Norllna. 1:20 P. M.?Sleepers and coaches, Atlanta. Birmingham, Savannah, Jacksonville and Florida polnta. 9:60 P. V ?Sleepers and coaohos, Savannah. Jacl.sonvlllo und Florida points. ti:2S P. M.?Sleepers and coaches. Atlanta, lllrmlngham. Momphla and the Southwest. Northbound trains scheduled to arrive In Richmond dally: 6:32 A. M., 7:3a A. M . 6:C6 P. M., 6:10 P. M., Local. Atlantic Coast Line EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2*. 1311. TRAIN'S LEAVE RIC11MU.ND DAlLa. For Florida and South: A M. and 7:?6 P. M.. 1:00 A M. t. For Norfolk: ?:00 A. "M., 1:00 P. St., 4:10 P. M. For N. at W. Ry. West: 6:16 A. M.. 10:00 A M.. 1:00 P. M., 9:20 P. M. For Petersburg. 1:00 A At., 6:15 A M.. 8:15 A. lt., 9:00 A. M.. 10:00 A. 14., 8:00 P. M? 4:10 1'. M., i:<x> f. 11., 7:35 P. M., 9:20 P. At., u i; P. U. For aoldsbor0 and Fayotlavllla: *4:10 P. lit. Trains arrlvo Richmond dally: 4:4? A. 11., 6:40 A. M.. f:40 A. M . ?8:37 A. M . "10:? A. M.. U:40 A. M., ?J:00 P. M., "1:40 P. M., ?:06 P. M., (:86 P. M., 8:00 P. U. 9:00 P. M.. U:30 P. If. ?Except Sunday: ??Sunday only, Tlma of arrival and departure sad con? nections no*, guaranteed. Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 7:40 A.?-Local?Daily?Newport Newa. 18:80 A.?Local.? Dally?Cl vllle. Ex. Sun. Thurmond 19:00 A.?Express?Dally?Norfolk, Old Point 110:00 A.?Local?Dally?Lcbng. Lex. C. Forg*. ?2:00 P.?Express?Dally?"'.in.-L'villa. . tl:00 P.?Express?Dally?Norfolk, N. News. 6:00 P.?Local?Dally?N. News. Old Point 6:16 P.?Local?Ex. - Sua.-Oordonsvlll?. ?5:16 P.?I.leal?Ex. Sun.--Lchbg, IVaUirui Bridge, Clifton Forge. ?6:36 P.-Llnuted?Dally-ClncaR'tl. Chl'go. ? ?11:00 P.?vExpross?Dally?C'?clnnatl. L'vllle. j ?Sleepers. tParlor Cars. TRAINS ARRIVE) RICHMOND?Local from 1 East: 8:26 A. M.. 7:60 P. M. Through from East': 11:30 A. M., 6:30 P M .. Local from! West: "8:30 A. M.. 9:60 ?. M. and 7:1S P., M. Through: 7:00 A. M , 2:4S P. M. James River Lino: ???:&' ?.. M., 4:16 P.M. ??Dally except Sunday. I ftafkoorjs. ONLY ALL HAIL. I,INI: TO NORFOLK. "~ Schedule I? Effect October i, lilt. Leave Dyrd Street Station. Richmond, FOR NORFOLK: ??:? A. SL. ?2:00 p. St., ?4:10 p. ML FOR LVNiCHUUItQ AND THE WEST: ?8:16 A. M , ?10:00 A. M., ?8:00 I?. St.. ??:?9 P. M. Arrlre Richmond from Norfolk: ?11:10 A.' M.. ?S:SS P. M.. ?n:So P. M. From the Weati "? ?8:66 A. SI.. a2:00 P. VI., bl;40 P. M.. H:0S P.- ; M? ?6:00 P. M. ?De.ll?. aDnlly ex. Sunday. bKundey only. Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Cure, Cats - j Dining Cur?. C. II BOSLEY, D. P. A.. Richmond. Vo. ' W. B. BEVILL. Q. P. A.. Rnannke. Va ; Richmond & Petersburg Electric Railway Care leave Manchester. Seventh an? Perry . Streets, for Petertiburg: ?S. 7, 8. ?? 10, U. ?12 A. St.. 1, 2, ??, 4. i. ??5M?, ?6. 7. 8. -9 10 P. St. 11:00 P. W? for Chester, 11:00 midnight tor Petersburg'. Cars leave Petersburg, foot of Sycamore Street, for Manchester: 16:16. 6:3S. ??7:10. ?7:,1i, 8:35. 9:55. ?10:85. U'lSJ.? A. St., 12:33, ?1:30, 2:3j. 3:3?. '1:30. 5:35, 6:85. ?713.:, 3:38, 9:33. ?10:?, 11:40 P. SI. tDally except Sunday and holiday*. ! 'Carries buggage and express. ' "Limited, except Sundays and holidays, j All cars from 1'eturaburc connect with . ! cars for Richmond. RICHMOND AND CHESAPEAKE BAY RAILWAY COMPANY. Schedule of electric trams to and from Ashland, stopping at Intermediate Station? upon signal: L.v. Richmond tjlrosd and Laurel Sts.): ?8:05, ?7:10, S:10b. 9:10, "10:10, 11:10 A. SI.; 1:10. 2:10. 3:10, 4:10?. 5:10. ?:20. 7:10, 8:10b, 1C:10. 11:45 P. SI. Lv. Ashland: ?6:55, 7b. 8, 9b, !0, "11 A SI., *13 M.. ???. 2. 3. 4, 5b. 8, 7, 8, 9b, 11 P. M. ?Dally except Sunday. "Sunday only. bCarnes baggage. File Delightful Cruises to -rna WEST INDIES, PANAMA CANAL/? VENEZUELA and ' BERMUDA . tearing New Tork by the J'oUtlul Twln ?crow Storniert ?28dajs?F;.'::$i50-';'' S.S.Hamburg?!dajj,r,?i!S:Mch$125uV S. S. Moltki 16 dajs 8g?? $85'?* Rrery Luxury of Travel. Every Refinement of 8crrlca Insured. Also Cruises to fSe Or4?ri?, Bovt? America. Around tSe World, /.'alv and Egypt, et*. Send tor Illustrated fampblet. HAMBURG-AMEillGAH LINE 41-45 B'way. N. Y., or S. H. Bowman, 708 B Main St.; Richmond Transfer Co.. 10* H Main St.. Richmond. Va. William Dean Howells America's foremost novelist, writ? ing in tho December number of Harper's Magazine, says: ?'There la more benuty to tbe square foot In BERMUDA Thnn anywbere else In tbe world." ROUND ?IfttfilC AND TRIP ?piU-?piO UPWARDS Jl.-iilt nnd Berth Included. The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. SANDERSON ?V SON, GenL Agts., Stnte St., N. Y. S. U. Ilntvmnn, 70S East Main Street Chesapeake Steamship Co. Big new ships. "City of Norfolk" and "City of Baltimore." Equipped with wireless telegraphy. Tele? phon,] service throughout the ship. State? rooms on unite, with baths. Price* from ? 5c. to 13.50. Excellent meals, 76c lO BALTlStOItK AND THE NORTH VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave Richmond Dally via N. a W. By. 3:00 P. SI., Norlolk t>:l5 P. M. C. &. O. Ry. 4:v0 P. SL Dully. Old Point 7:14 P M. O. D. S. S. Co. 7:00 P. M. Dally tone ?ay la Norfolk). Va. Nov. Co. 8:30 A. M. (Monday, Wednes? day und Friday). Tlcknu at all offices. For staterooms apply to 3. E. UUIteiESS, i>. p. a., 9yf East Main Street, Richmond. Baltimore Sleam Packet Co l?v?uipp?u wi\_ wirc.es* telegraphy. TO BALTIMORE AND Til hi NuKTii VIA NORFOLK AND OLD POINT. Leave iticiimund Dally. 1m.ludmg Sunday, via N. & W- Ry. 8:00 P. M.. Norfolk 8:20 p. m. C, a O. Ry. 4;uo P. SL, OiU Point l;0g p. at O. D. c B. Csv 7:0? p. SL loot day lu Nor. folk). Va. Nav. Co. 8:80 A. M. (Stonday. Wednes? day and Friday). Tickets at all offices. For atateroo'ma ap? ply to H. Si. BOYK1N, Agent. ?>u Kaai Mala BtraaL OLD DOMINION LINE. I Lt. Richmond foot or Ash SL dally .7:00 P.M. Leave Newport News.6:00 A.M. I Arrive Norlolk.8:00 A. M. Connects with main lino steamors leaving Norfolk fur New York dally except Sunday 7:uu P. M. Counoctions itiso made by N. & W. Ry. 3 P. M. and C. i: O. Ry. at 4 P. M. Night Line aleamurs Atop At ClarutnoDl to land or receive pussenyars un signal, aud ?will be met Oy olle conveyance YIKUINIA NAVIGATION CD.-jnmea River jv daylight for Norfolk and Uld Point. New? port Nsiva and nil James River landings. I Steamer leaves II- Weduesday and Friday at 7:00 A. M. Freight received tor lall Jumes River landings. 'PhoneMadlaon lit SIulu Ticket Office, 8.11 E. Mala tltrseL GO TO BERMUDA With Acen Temple, Mystic Shrine. Sail from Old Point Thursday, 10 A. M.. January 11, 1012, on the S. S. "TAGPS." This will bo the most de? lightful pilgrimage that hoa ovor left Virginia. Over 125 already hooked. A limited number rooms still vacant. Rate, $56.00. Included all expenses, stateroom and meals on steamer, hotel accommodations (American plan) In Bermuda, carriage drive to Harrington Sound, admission to Crystal Cavo and Devil's Hole, steamboat excursion to ' tho Reefs and Marine Hardens, stop? ping en route, and including admission to tho Government Aquarium. ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SAMUEL II. BOWMAN, Agent, 70S East Main Street. Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. Norfolk to Boston, Muss., uoil Providence. R. L Steornors leave Norfolk for Boston, Sun.., I Tues and PH.; for Providence, Mon.. Wed, and SaL at * P. M Passengers and freight taken for all ?>?? Kub .md polm Tickets uu sale *t ??ic? C. 4t O. Ry.. U. <? W. By. a H Buwman, ,-uv East Main, and ItL-hmooi.' Traacfar Co.. so? Uaat Main. Tunr? lue. Holtls, Shore ExcariJoas, t.?W< ' est lutea. ? Twin Bcrow S. tL '?Betnuidlsn," 6850 ton?, salli Decomber 2, 13 and 23. Bilge keels} electric fnna; wireless telegraphy. Kante?', nuweut and only Steamer lauding passen? gora at the dock In Bermuda. For illustrated pamphlets apply to A. ,Jt' OPTP.RBRHiK * CO.. AatoU, <|uebe? 8. Si Co., Ltd.. 29 Brondwnr, New York, or aejr Ticket Agent, or Quebec ?. S. Co., JLtd? (luebee, S. 11. Uoivniua, vu K. Ma|u at^: Iticiimund. Va.