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MtKViF.ST WANT AND HT5AI. KsXI 1'A'I'B HEDM 11 IN VllllilMA. AND ONE UK tin; BEST IN a ii i; i: i < a . Want Ad Rates In Effect juno 11, M# Dally, one cent per word when paid In advance. Nu All. taken fur less thun ten cents. One and ouc-buir ecntn n nuril nil clnNitlileutloUK except' Situation Wanted fur Sunday, situation H'uutc?,auii cent u uord, Nu Atl. Sunday tuUeu (ur lex? tbiin Uftecn cents. No Ada, tukvu fur lean tlinu twenty flic ceuta wniii pboned lu ur churned nt (In- counter. I'lione ordern nut guaranteed. Clunstflcatlun nut Kuurnuteed otter 0i3U V. Aft For buslncSH contracts. Mend for the Want Atl, Wi.mi, pboue Monroe 1. U?SrT'tJN'^o^? 1 Uveen Meuuosv ana Hit DuuloVurd. buiien ut sinail key? wnu gas tuna key uiiacbeu. Reward If 101.l nt linn onice. _ ^St7"a gold SIGNET 1I1Ng, WlTiI liiitiala A. I-:. S., in Dijou, laut me.ot. Reward paid u lett ot ii*o W. Broad. A. E. ti'ili.Vb.S._ ? FOUn?~BCNCh"13f keys. "?\V*NKR can get huino by paying cost ot this ad. C11AS. lt. AKPUJl?OK, Hill Katst ? Main._ lost, A gold WATCH FOB, WITH iiiBcrlptioii, '.'Orutltuuc, 7-28-10. II. M. O." Finder will please return to 717 West Main and receive reward. w~ai^kiX^bk^iabT^ ugo und worn, utiisalary, \\ell-equip peu lurm, directly on railroad; com-! tunable house; all supplies f urnlsn-' cd; no encumorancc preferred; will j cuusider puny with wite und une ur] two small ciuldrcu. b n ai-clns? ruf-1 <. 11 in-...... required. Apply lu writing | to K 488, ca.o Times-Dispatch. i WANTKi), ONfcT I- IRST-fJEASH COLOR- J ed uaroer to serve wiute trauo; iikihii be sober and polite; VJ guaranteed; ur 00 per cent, on tioliar. Apply at once or wire for ticket lu 3. HOW? ARD (iitlJKN, Hank Harber Shop, No. 112 Market sStrucJ, Danville. Va._ WANTED, VOUKfj MAN, 18 Y TO 20 years old, not ufrald uf hard cleri? cal work, lu an Institution where ability is recugnlzed. Nunu need up ply without references. High scliuol j gruduulc preferred. Apply 11 135, euro Times-Dispatch._ WANTED, GOOD, PLAIN COOK and baker. White man preferred; one i who Is wllltujj lo go to tin. coun- j try. Statu wagVs expected. Ad-1 dress VD' PI8; care Tlmca-Diapatch. i YOUNG MAN WANTED. TO WOItK I fur a large poultry company. MuKt give entire services and Invent small amount of bash ub working security; $20 per week guaranteed. Refer? ences and security given. 11 13s, care Timea-Dl s patch._ men of ideas and INVENTIVE ability, write GREELEY & McIN TIRE, Patent Attorneys, Washing? ton, d. O., for their ll.it of inventions wanted, and prizes offered by lead ins manulacturera. wanted." double-entry book keeper, experienced in wholeaale grocery business preferred, but not necessary, citato salary expected, age. married or unmarried; also give references and experience. CLIFTON FORGE GROCERY CO.. inc., Cllftun Forge, Va._ WANTED. BOY OF ABOUT 17 YEARS, with good ' <nicatk.n, quick and neat, fpr sundry duties, errands, by lurgc financial iimtltulion. Modest Halary. Goto! opportunity. Give ref ereni.es. Address II 164, cure Times-Dispatch. HE n MANSHl p and' OT HER' BU SIN ESS subjects thoroughly taught lit mod- | eratu prices; day and evening sea- i si uns. MASSKY HUSlNE.sscou.EGi;, 80s ]?;. Broad BtVouL_- _j WANTED/ CARNATION GROWER; married or single; good wages; per? manent position; no pot plants. I 1" a leon. Florist. Roanoke. Va. WANTED. YOUNG men TO LEARN.! the automobile business; positions . secured competent graduates. RICU- ' MOND auto SCHOOL.. i03 Grahuin Street. j ' ma KB MONEY c?i.OHING iVOST Card?, kodak pictures, etc - Wo leach] you for SI. Particulars tree. Beuutl ful colored card, lue. Box 213,, Nashua. N. ? H._ WANTED, FOIt U. S. ARMY, A BLB bodied, unmarried men, between ugcri : of IS and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate hab? its, who can speak, read and write the English language. For informa? tion, apply to RocrultltiB Officer, 820 East Broad Street. Richmond. Va. YOU ARE ~WANTED FOR GO\ ERN menl Job; $SU month. Send postal for list of poaillone open. FRANK DIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 415 K. Ro cheiitcr. N Y._ Wanted, railway mail, ci-erics; Richmond examinations unnounced Junuury 15. Sample questions free. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 416 K, j Rochester, N. y._;_ | WANTED.? Sd EN AND BOYS LEARN automobile buainesH; new and mod- \ trn machinery; new cars; best equip-1 pet] school North or South; good po? sitions for our graduates. CHAR? LOTTE AUTO SCHOOL^ Charlotte. N. C. ^IIUUIUIIIB k :.!Udj, ^CHttt:. W^NTe15| F^VKXi' TO WORrT^ON shares, stocked nnd tools. Apply 1?02 W. Broad Strvet, Rlcbiiiond, Va. WANTED, POSITION BY YOUNG- .MAN j (2?), eight years' experience In mer? cantile ouslness; Al bookkeeper and salesman; location n. object; AI tef orenceB. Address 11 12>>, care Tiim t Dlspalch._ RE GIST eu E D ASSISTANT PHARMA ulst wishes position. Address H 136, care Times-Dispatch._ YOUxNG MAN OF_GOOD HABITS, SO ber and Industrious, desires position at once. Cupnble and not ufruid of work. Can furnish best of refer? ences. Monroe 3523-L_ WANTED, POSITION" AS LAAV CLERK nnd assistant, with Chance of ud-1 ' vancemcnt; willing and callable. Par- i ticuliirs on request. 1. 515, caru i TlmtH-Dlspatch._ I atvitu >xo.'.aut&:>. .;; t'iiittic ItAPID AND ^cc?rSt^7st^n^ pher, who has had some experience In accounting; credit department ox-J perienco would avail considerably.' Give full Information Regarding past; experience; 'name references and' State salary expected. Address H 1 155. care Tlmes-L'lapatch. I WANTED, YOUNG GIRLS AND WO? MEN TO SELL IN OUR TOY AND FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENTS DURING THE HOLIDAY BUSINESS. ' APPLY AT ONCE TO AUDITOR'S OFFICE. THE COHEN COMPANY. WANTED, neat APPEARING lady to assist serving sample!) during pure food demonstration. HERMANN SCHMIDT. 50t B. Broad Street. Ask ^ for MR. flato._? ^ifitftnnuyV ?^'iifliue?.. if <>.mnlt ai^'fXii^'rrrrELPErr wotJld^liTce^a position to do upper -work, family sewing and assist- with, children. Wages very reasonable. k 456, care '?: Tlroes-Dlspaich. ^?re?ifiortai i?eb*<MnmriV^ WANTED^'TEACHrriVs F?lf 'sCH?bLS open now and .innunry. Can Cplaoo 200 at' $35 to $100; men and" wo? men. Special enrolment offer. SOUTHERN ..TEACHERS' AGENCY, Columbia, 8. a WpsJt?rt* anb Jfcmale. vounuT^micn aniT~lai>ies will ?lud excellent opportunities for Hd vuiiciug 1? liuuimis by lukltig our courses In bookkeeping, ahort huttd und typowrlUng. Day und evening classes. masse Y business ~ col? lege, S02 e. ?rgad Street._ ?t?CKsSt/Zit, exT'eTu bnce'l>T~ 'vvri l i, 1 cousldor proposition ua representa? tive for reliable lumber or coul coii ! cum. Aduruss 11 ?3, euro Timvs _iJdsputch. ._ wanted?T7iyuou bailsmanmust have cutubllslivu wado and good ref orence. THE KAUFMANN-B A KW ! CO., Clncimiutl, ?. WaiMeu the~ TATblic't\) kno w thut jAilisKE Duoa., Jewelers. ?12 Kuui Alu in street, uuy. soll, exenungo uuu rc-mouni utumuiiou in ino lutcut stylus, old gold uuJ suver ulvvuya tuAi-li in cxcuange. WUY FAY. 2? CENTS PER POUND fOI! turkey, when you gut one Ire? by depositing In bank regularly ?i or I , n?ore7 ti. Ii. KiJtO. Mf.u'uger Huvlhga _Department, gjj N. Ninth street. [DOLL HOSPITAL, C M. JI1LLEH, Pro? prietor, 220 North Tnlrd Street, be? tween Broad and Grace. All Kinds of dmlu repaired. Twelve years' expe rloneo. phone Madison 0417. -a Over mienaium's jewelry store._ JNO. M. NOLT1NG, HAHD\\'AHIi, nursery fenders, bruss ami black Hre goods, superior cutlery, grupe scis? sors, ash und garbage cans, door mats, step ladders, poultry Blieara, i_ house _f.urnishlng?._ NOTICE TO WHOmTt mAV CONCEUN:1 Novotnbor 22. 11)11.?lluvlng this day hold my Interest In Cosuy's Puint btOre, 315 North Adams Street, to Mr. j. J. Hudson, 1 wish to thank my friends and customers lor past favors and solicit same for the liewjl llrm, who will conduct the business] at name place, nnd will be my buIc \ agent for Oosby's Climax Cleaner,1 which I will continue to tnanufuc- i ture .on a much larger scale. Cull ] same phone, Monroe 3050. _i .1. T. COS OY. _ I lt. F. & P. RAILWAY.?THE FREIGHT ; depots of this company will be closed NOVEMBER 30 (Thanksgiving Day). Perishable freight will be delivered between the hours of - und 9 A. M. _LESLIE ELLIS. Agent ELECTRIC garage. VINE AND MAIN Streets.?We have opened tin up-to date and well-e<tulpped electric gar? age for the caro of electric vehicles and storage batteries. RAUCH & LA NO ELECTRICS, WA verley electrics. Phone for a dem? onstration, and let Mr. Smith talk with you. W. C. SMITH & CO.. Vine and Main, 314 N. Fifth Street. $C*U2?tltt?S <i?t>p(UTUllUlt&. 1 OWN'fjuo "TUftKEY8 :ANB^Sr6po1$E to give them away to everybody de? positing in bunk regularly >1 or tuoru. First come lim llrst served. For particulars call on 11. B. ItEID. 2? North Ninth._ WANTED, AN ?-1 SALESMAN, WHO is In u position to Invest from $3.Quo tc with services, in un up-to-l date manuf actuiitlB Company doing! the largest buslncHB of Its kind in. the entire South; good salary; year? ly contracts: advancement; also want factor/y superintendent, one familiar Will Iron and steel v.ork. Address MANUFACTURER, P. O. Box 123. tTFe D LS CR IMIN?TLN? IN VEST?K will do well lo investigate the ex? ceptional oiler now being made by one of the oldest and best establish? ed manufacturing companies In the city; large and continuous dividends; highest banking references. Address L fill, care The Times-Dispatch. $200 WILL BUY AN ESTABLISH BP business that has made me over i.'id this month when work, d only In spare time. Rare opportunity for a! young man who can devote his time to it. Other business requires niy tlme. Call on 11. Ii. HEID, 2S North Ninth Street._ THE RIClT MANS DELIGHT. THE -poor man's friend?Taylor pork roll. Grocers. P. A. HEINDE & CO.. Dis? tributors. i\cai ?itsratt iov i\ttu^ RESULTS TO LANDI^RDS? SERVICE to tenants. J. A. CONNELLY ?i CO.. Seventh and Franklin Streets. _ MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOME IN West l?nd. 2200 block. Hanover Ave nul, cheap rent; combination gas and electric fixtures, heated, hot water heal. Apply to 123 1-2 N. Sixth. 1 'U1NKAI1D._ FOR RENT, E1GHT-RO JM FRAME building, bath and toilet; possession after December 4. Apply 110S North Twenty-third Street. ^^oarDmg._ WANTS dTTS?ARDSit S*" A.T~ 315 "ea""BT Franklin; also table boarders. MlaS PAI-MORE._ WANTED, BOARDERS FOR LARGE, pleasant rooms. 2u9 East Franklin. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR permanent, transient and table boarders can be secured with MRS. HORACE WELFOHD JONES, nt 200 E. Franklin Street. Gentlemen a spe clnlty._ WHEN YOU COME TO RICHMOND stop where you cun get n nice, clean, comfortable bed for GO cents; Ice wa? ter, bath and phone free. 1002 East Clay._ 508 N. FIFTH STREET; GOOD BOARD and nicely furnished room._ FREE ROOMING AND BOARDING IN formntlon; consult our llles at South? ern depot, "Trngle's," Sounders & .Crump's and 2S North Ninth Street. CABINET INFORMATION BUREAU. t?Santc?. _ THE VIRGINIA HOME FOR INFANTS. 100 West Clay Street, Richmond, Va.; long distuncc phone Madison 7190. We have several beautiful babies which we wish adopted by persons who can furnish good references Write ?^21^a|l_rl2Z Particulars._ RESFONSIBL'E , .PERSON, CAN GET nice driving horse to use for her board. . Address 11 102. care Tlmes I ijypn tch._ GOOD PAYING POSITIONS GUARAN tecd to all completing, our courses in bookkeeping, stenography and type? writing. Send for catalogue. MAS SKY' BUSINESS COLLEGE, S02 East Rrond Street_? S K C t) N D-H A N D MACHINERY OF every desclption bought at full value. CLARENCE COSBY, 1623 E. Cure St. Phone Mndlson 3526_ WANTED. TO BUY FOR CASH, HOUSE hold goods In any >iuuntl'.y. Phono Mndlson 3S6L_ S'ltiiz tor SxCiTT. fi'rst "flat7^?^'e^t^"fr^n^lr^ four beautiful rooms, hnth, pantry and bent. Apply 6 AV. Franklin._ F?llNlSHED FLAT FOR RENT. FOUR or six rooms, furnished or unt'tirnlsh ed; centrally located' modern conve? niences. Apply 116 North Third Street, or phone Madison 79S2-J. ?PAUTMBNTi;TO SUBLEASE AT THE Chesterfield; two rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished. Apply to MANAGER._' LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED FRONT room at 322 E. Franklin.'- Monroe 1500. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. THE Wellington, 914 E. Clay. Phono Madi son 2200-J. _?' . . ROOMS FOR TRANSIENTS. 319 WEST Graco Street. _'_ NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. BATH and phono. No. 407 E. Cary Strcot. PLEASANT FRONT ROOM FOR RENT. 14 North Sixth Stroot. DAILY PUZZLES! - ???! 'An adjunct to Thanksgiving. I ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S fV/.Zt.E. Mttrtlu. i jrot mau. I biTiLor?iTAL' "/i>ofC ?^TZ?V'^Aisu I pipe ot u\?::y description cut. to ortser. CLARENCE 'CjOwii t iuiS _..ei 'Jury j Street. Richmond. V*~_ I WAGONS TO SUIT YOU, RUBBER I tireB put on promptly, ut iiichahu | SUN DuO.V.. Iii, MruuK Avenue_ TWQ SECOND-HAND RUNABOUTS, i one- tup ouggy uuu ?ovorui wagons, [ ull In b"''U lupan una painted, ineau I _r<s buiguuiB. A. Mi-YLK'S SONS, ijl i'.uiii Ury otree'.._ [SMALLEST BIBLE ON EARTH, POST agu slump Sl-O, llIU.-ll .iled, 1UC. u.LitOL.ii\? Nu\_LTi Co., Greens 1 i?oro, A. C._ SECOND-HAND MACHINERY BOUGHT. sold aim exenunged. 1, BUUi'OHD <_ CO., 1?3&:42 East Cury Street. ON K_ STANDARD FI RE-PROOF HAKE; In ut>c about a year; good conumun; cheap; cash. 'Address G 103, euro 'i imca-DiBpatch. K?rt * s".?Ie!~cT)SB"v':_ COMBINATION baker and healer lor woou and coal. I-.; \V. Broad.. Write tur circular. _ Sain HP1ELD SAUSAGE. THE SAU ? ? i;? - with the lluvur. at your grocer'-. F?ll SALE, EVERYTHING*~LN~ THE line ut business and pleasure vehi? cles. We want your business. . A. MEYER'S SONS, 731 E. Cary Street. FOR SALE, ONE RUBBER-TIRED runabout, $00, one lop buggy, $35, rubber tires; one pbaelon, ?.>o, une top buggy, $.U; one coal carl, $25; one farm wagun, *$20. THUS. H. DUKE & CO., hol Brook Avenue. FORCED TO SELL EVEN AT A SAC rillce. ten Hbares Consolidated Fur? niture Works slock, Alta Viata, Va. ] Addreas Lock Box t>3, Bedlord City, __| TAYLOR CORK ROLL IS IMITATED! but not eqifulcd. Grocers. I'UII SALE. ONE CHAM1MON ROAD i machine. Apply 50? Twenty-seventh j Street. _ WANTED, TO SELL ONE SMALL JOB press and .typo, all In Al condition. J'liulle Madison 6031 - J._ 1 ?,000,000 FEET TIMBER, FINE, mostly original, on navigable river: land in fee. 3.500.000 FEET TIMBER, mostly pine, on navigable river. 1,500,000 FEET TIMBER. MOSTLY" pine; five miles of C. & O. Railway. All of the above tracts in Virginia. ! 1'. IL EU DAN D. Etna Mills. Va. FOR SALE, ONE LUMBER WAGON,! 3i_-lnch skein, 3-lnch tire, new; coat; $7o; cheap. See It at W. E. GILL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. Seventh and MeDonough Streets. South Richmond. RUBBER-TIRE DELIVERY WAGON. HLGE1A STABLES, 410 N. Fifth St. FOR SALE, NICE. GENTLE DRIVING mare, cheap. AddreBs II 161, care Times-Dispatch. , xveut ?u,i>ta:t; tut twa.it. m^i^~sTr1:eY"si'ore. in g?od"con"-| dition, near Tweiiiy-tlrat Street, rent? ing under live-year lease at $30U;' price, $3.500. J. A CON NE ELY & CO. JUST. THINK! 66 ACRES, ONLY 2 1-2 miles from this growing city, Just $100 per acre; probably ?1,500 worth limber on it, leaving l_nd ulonc only $.0. On turnpike, Just one milo from trolley. Few people realize furm lands have doubled lu last ten yeara. and even far from city markets. Think what advantage ibis place pre? sents. Be quick. CHAl'lN fic HUME, 13 North Eleventh._ FOlF" SALE, OR WILL TRADE for city property, 300 feet on best avenue I In Highland Purk, and the heal lucu-I tion near Baptist Cliurch. A J. I . WARREN, 115 North Sixth Streut. | SPLENDID 8-ROOM BRICK. DWELL lng; new; nice section; two latrobes. . Only $4,S50. Easy terms. Immediale I possession. High ground, beautilully ' terraced. Concrete stepB and side- I walks. A Biiap. CHAP1N & HUME. I THIRTY-THREE ACRES AT AVE st hampton; will exchange for city property on cash basis only. J. A. CONNELLY & CO._j FINE INVESTMENT?$20,000, PAYING' 0 1-2 per cent.; four new, brick' dwellings, containing eight modern: tlats, with baaemeuL Total rentul ; $1,920; capable of bringing $2,160? 10 1-2 per cent. See these; you will bo delighted. CHAPIN & HUME. EXTRA FINE HOME, HANOVER Street; nine rooms, hot water fur nucc of economical design;electric and gas fixtures; hardwoou doors; large cellar and lot. Only $6,700. Under the present murket. CHAPIN & HUME._ I A SUBURBAN HOME. WITH SIX' acres, adjoining Ginter Park; price, ?5,250. .1. A. CONNELLY & CO._ MAIN STREET CORNER PROPERTY?? About 15x145, containing two brick buildings; only $11.500. Rental now paya interest on this. Big protlt, we believe, can be made on tills. No safer place to plant a little * money now. CHAPIN &. HUME_ HOMES AND "FARMS OF ALL DE scrlptiona bought on our plana on ubies the borrower to pay for same on' small monthly or yearly pay-; ments. We only charge 5 per cent, j interest on unpaid balances. You can pay in full at ony time, thereby atopplng further Interest. Seven years of success demonstrates our plan ban no equal. Send for booklet 1 telling how. GEO. S. RICHARDSON. 408 American. National Dank Bldg., ] Richmond, Va._ I 90 FEET ON PARK .AVENUE. NEAR i Boulevard; price. $17.50 per foot. J. A. CONNELLY & CO. THE CILVNCERY COURT OF THE City of Richmond, by Its decree en? tered on the 3d day of November, 1911, In the suit of E. B. McGeoivrc. who Sues, etc., vb. Nunnle P. Finch, Administratrix of Chnrl.cs A. Phil-, lips, deceased, et als., having directed . that one of its commissioners in chancery tnko "on uccount of the debts due by the deccdunt, Charles A. Phillips, at the time -of his death, and of the liabilities of his cstatp, to whom the same are owing and the priorities thereof, if any," and that notice of the time and place of tok- | lug sumo be given by publication, ull persons intereoted aro heroby notified i that I have fixed on tho 2D. DAY OF I JANUARY. 1012, at 10 o'clock A. M? and my office. No.- 811 Travoler*' In? surance Building, Richmond; Va.. ns the time and place to procoed to lake ? said account. Given'under my hand this 29th day i of November, 1911. v G. CARLTON JACKSON, Commissioner in Chancery. Coat dnU f?Sloob. i 11 E^VOODM AN" If AS ABOUT "FIVE cords of good oak and plno knots. If you hove n lieutcr or grate It will pay you to got on car and ride up to scu It. Ills coal makes puro ashes. LONG. 150G West Broad Street. ? HUMAN UAIH BOUGHT AND SOI D at HUGH ICS'S. 209 North Third. J. KATZ, THK LADIES' TAILOR. 200 NORTH FIFTH STREBT. TAYLOR PORK ROLL. THAT'S ALL. Grocers. j^i?CEtianeouBT^ UI'HCiLSTKRINO AND^MATTRES3I3i-? PARLOR SUITS. COUCHES AND OL;> pieces reupliolslered. Muttressos renovated neatly. Sanitary mctitods. Reliable work. 8YDNOR & HUND? LEY, ill East Brolid. .Mudiaon 2204. _SHOE REPAIRING. ' : 75c HALFSOLE MEN'S SHOES. ?i0c. ladles; every pair sewed; beat leath? er; no nails, no pegs. Royal rub? ber heels, 25c; Tred-AIr rubber hc-ls, 40c; leather lieuls rebuilt like new, 26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY, 716 East Main. Phouu .Monroe 2G67. _ _ WINDOW CLEANING. WAXING AND STAINING FLOORS A ' specialty. WILLIAM JOHNSON. Mon? roe 3120. WATCH REPAIRING. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN ed by WM. TOB1EJ?*. JR., Is a guar? antee that It ' <lon<i properly; 20 years' experience. Cleaning. $1; main springs, 51. lOS East B.-oad Street. All work guaranteed._ BAKERY. CAKES FOR THAT DINNER. BEST fruit cake, 25c. a Ib.; u guod fruit cake, 20c. lb; raison cake, 15c. lb.; citron cake, 20c. Ib.; nut cake, 20c. lb.: plum puddings, 20c. lb., at DRINK ARD* S. 42.3 1-2 North SIXth. ALADDIN. KEROSENE OIL delivered any part of the city or suburbs. G gallons for CO cents; no odor; no smoke. howell bros., 602 East Broad. taylor P?"rk_roll RELISH FOR BREAKFAST. pork roll. That's all._ .Weetfngn. Headquarters. Commander)* ol St. Andrew. ? No. 13, Knights Templar, Richmond, Vn? November 29, Uli. XGENERAL ORDERS: Sir Knights.?Attend a stated conclave of the comntandery ?t your asylum In the Masonic Temple, THURSDAY. 30th Inst. (SL An? drew's Day), at S:30 o'clock P. M.. in full dress of a Templar on foot. .Members of Richmond Commander)*, No. 2, and all transient Sir Knights are courteously invited to be present. By order of the Eminent Commander. J. G. HANK INS, Ca ptnin- General. Attest: GEORGE C. JEFFERSON, Recorder. ftsanferupt Notices. NOTIC E ' ^OF FIRST MEETING "OP CREDITORS. In the matter of No. I0S5. CLIFTON 'C. RICE, In Bankrupt. Bankruptcy. in THE district court of the united states FOR THE east? ERN district OF virginia: To the creditors of CLIFTON O. RICE, of Richmond, In the county of j Heurlco and district aforesaid?Bank? rupt: Notice Is hereby given that on the I 14th day of NoVember. A. d. lull, the suld j CLIFTON C. RICE was duly adju? dicated bankrupt, und that the first meeting of his creditors wdl be held In my otllce, Rooms Nos. b02 and S03. American National Bank BtUldlnc;, Richmond. Vn., on the STH DAY OF DECEMBER. A. D. 1911, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the suld creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam? ine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before snid meeting. , THOS. B. SNEAD, Referee In Bankruptcy. November 27. 1911._ notice-of ~" first" meeting of creditors. In the matter of i No. 1091. W. D. NEW SOME. >? "In Bankrupt. ) Bankruptcy. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST? ERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA: To the creditors of VV. D. NKWSOME. of Richmond, in the county of Hen- , rlco and district aforesaid?Bank? rupt: Notico Is hereby given that on the I 2Sth day of November. A. D. 1SU, the said W. D. NEWSOME was duly ad? judicated bankrupt, and that the | first meeting of his creditors | will he held in my office, Roo*ns Nos. S02 and S03. American National I Bank Building, Richmond, Va., on the; 11TU DAY OF DECEMBER. A.D. 1911; at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, nt which time the said creditors mny attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, j examine the bankrupt and transact; such other business as may properly j come before said meeting. THOS. B. SNEAD. Referee In Bankruptcy. November 29. 1911._ Rotels. Table d'Hotc Dinners Snturdny and Suudny eveutnes, 0 to 0 o'clock, Vt.fiO each. Richmond, Va. The most magnificent hotel in tha South. European Plan. Rooms single and en suite, with and without baths. Spacious sample rooms. Rate. $1.50 per day and upward. THE HAMILTON Fourteenth and K 8tt? N. W., I WASHINGTON, D. C. A select family end transient hotel, con? veniently located; thoroughly comfortable end homelike, flood table. American plan. Hate* 12.50 up per day. Send for booklet. inVINd O. BALL. Prno. The Valentine Museum I ELEVENTH AND CLAY- STREETS, j Open dolly from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. 1 Admission, ' "Be ? Free . on Saturdays. The Confederate Museum TWELFTH AND* CLAY STREETS. QPEN JA.M, TO B P. M. Admission, "25e. ' 'Froo''"oh Saturdays. By J. Thompson Brown & Co., Real Ksi.u,- Agents and Auctioneers, . No. 1113 East Main Strcot. COURT SAMH? OF INTENSELY HISTORICAL f'ROl'BU TV, WASHINGTON'S IIEADQUAR r E R S. TUE OLl> STONB HOUSE. HUlI/r IN 1737. RICHMOND'S OLD? EST LANDMARK. NOW A RELIC MUSEUM. NO. 19lrt EAST MAIN STREET, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER >K 1911. 4 o'clock I\ M. POSTPONED on account of ruin to TUESDAY. DECEMBER lull, same hour. , Chan, t ry Court, city of Rlehmigd, in I suit? w . ".lohn D. Isaacs and others .lohn E. Dove nn.i others." Decree entered November 14, Uli. I - I By virtue of the above decree, and as ; spoclal commissioners therein appolnt ? etl Tor the purpose, wo will proceed to sell at public auction, on the premise.-. ' at the above time ami date, the prop ? erty mentioned in saitl decree, the Old Stone House, fronting 32 feet, more or J less, with depth of 155 feet, more or less, to Rose Alley, i TERMS: One-third (l-3l cash, and ; the residue In three equal instalments. : payable at six, twelve and eighteen j months, evidenced by negotiable note;!, with Interest added, and tltin retained I until said notes nie paid and deed ordered by the court: or all cash. If ? desired. ALLEN G. COLLINS. JOSEPH C. TAYLOR. Special Commissioner1 I J. THOMPSON BROWN & CO.. Auctioneers. I I certify that the bond required by the above decree of t'lie special eom : mlfsioners has been duly given. O'vcn under my hand this 21st dav? or November, 1911. Teste: fSlgned) CHAP. O. SAVILLE, j _Clerk. i SALE AT AUCTION, j ON THURSDAY. DEC. 7, 1911. at 10 A. M.. IN THE ROOMS FORMERLY OCCU? PIED BY THE AMATEUR BIL? LIARD CLUB. AT S2l* EAST MAIN STREET, Two Billiard Tables, two Pool I Tables and all accessories. These arc splendid Newport tables, with Monarch cushions, cues, balls and all other accessories necessary for n first-class pool and billiard ""room. Also Mahogany Desk and Chair, Elec? tric Fans. Cash letrlstor. Clock. Ta? ble.-. Chairs, etc., etc. Purchaser desiring to carry on busi? ness at sanu location can obtain lonse, etc.. from owners. I am authorized to sell privately or publicly, subject to confirmation of court. Apply to me at 102 American Na? tional Bunk Building for further par? ticulars and Inspection of the goods. Phone .Monroe 315. Private bids received up to dato of sale. Goods offered flr.st separately and then as a whole, the best offer to bo reported to the court. WM. CRUMP TUCKER. Receiver. By C. L. & H. I* Denoon, Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE OF NICE COTTAGE AND FIVE ACRES OF LAND ON SEVEN PINES ELEC? TRIC CAR LINE. NEAR STOP 38. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated May 25, 1911, recorded In Henrlco 'County Court, D. B. I91-A, pngc 299. ' and at rennest of noteholder, default ? having been made In payment of the I note secured in said deed, I will sell I bv pilbllc auction, on the premises, on " MONDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1911, 12:3" o'clock P. M.. ! the property desrrihed In said deed as al) that lot of land, with a three-room , frame cottage thereon, lying and being In the countv of Henrlco, frontlnir 200 j feet on the Nine Mile Rond, or Seven I Pines Railway, about six miles from I Rlehmond. containing five acres. TERMS: Cash for expenses of sale: any taxes due. and to pay a note of $350: balance at one and two years, C per cent. Interest. C. L. DENOON. Trustee. &eal estate forJtale FOR "SALE. 3 Beautiful Suburban ? Lomes m Parkland 8-Rooms Each With or Without Hot Water Heat Theso houses have every known modern convenience, such as water, electric lights, sewer connection, beau? tiful, large yards, with room enough ?for nice little garden; range, bath rooms, front and rear porches, an nhuodancc of light nnd hrcnthlng .-i>. <f.j Handsome parlor, reception hall a"nd dining room, finished In ma? hogany and white enamel?can't de? scribe this property to ? do Justice. Come to-tnorrow and sec for yourself. HOUSES OPEN FOR INSPECTION ALI. D\Y. AND SALESMAN ON THE GROUNDS. Terms, $500 to $1,000 cash; balance real easy. If this don't suit, we will make easier. Parkland, located Hist this side of Glnter Park. Stop No. 22 Is on the place. Come to-morrow and seo this beautiful property. JULIAN C. ANDERSON & CO., Ba-senient American Bank Building. -Real Batate forJ&eut^ FOR RENT.-i TWO BEAUTIFUL] FLATS STUART AVENUE. Six rooms each. Hot water heated. Separate entrance. Rcnsonuble tont. Eight-room Barlon Heights house; new; up-to-date. Trlee, $30 month. TEN-ROOM HANOVER AVENUE RESIDENCE. Near Robinson Street. Hot water hen ted. Lnrge basement. Hardwood Moors. Two hatlts. JULIAN C. ANDERSON & CO.. Basement American Bank Building. ^flanU'e^it^jae?ort?^ GALEN HALL Atlantic City. Hotel and Snnntorluni, With Us elegant comforts, Its tonic and curative baths nnd superior table and service, Is an ideal placo for fall and winter. 'Always; opon. Always ready. Always busy. K. L. .Young, Onneral Manager. Recently Arrested Highwaymen (iive Sighed Statements to Detective. SCHOOL FAIR AT DISPUTANTA Address by Superintendent Eg gleston?Drop in Quotations of Peanuts. Times-Dispatch Bureau, ? Rollingbrook Street (Phone I486). Petersburg, Vit., November 29. ] Detective Merkel, of, Heading, Pa., and Ohle, of Police Ragland yesterday visited the State Penitentiary and hail a talk with two of the four young highwaymen from Reading; who were recently sent to prison for highway robbery here. John Lutz (J. L. Brown) and Charles Lewzeskl (Charles Wll- j Hams) talked freely, and gavo the olllcers Information us to n number' of robberies the gang had committed other than those already published, ; and gavo Important signed statements i to Detective .Merkel, which will not be I made public until that pfftccr reaches | Reading, for which plnce he left this j i morning. Th.e important confession ; i wns made, by Lutz and Lewzeskl that Joe Wlnsey (3. 1_ Caryl, one of the ? convict's, fired the shot which killed j Offo Kaufman In Rending on Novem- j her 10. If the opportunity Is ever af- | forded Wlnsey will be trletl for this | murder, committed without reason and without the shadow of excuse School Fair Is Held. The Prince rieorge School Fair, held at Dlsputanta on Saturday, was a do cided success, surpassing expectation About GOO persons were In attendance. I during tho day, 200 of whom were i puoilR in tho schools. State Superln ' tendent J. D. Eggleston, T. S. Settle and F. S- Farrar wcro the State offi? cials present, each of whom delivered an addrese. ; Mr. KggleRton made a strong appeal j j for better schools In the county, ex? plaining how such expenditures could , be made and how Prince George could j be placed on a footing with other | : counties in tho State. Mr. Farrar j ; sookc on agriculture, and greatly In ' terested tho boys, especially In tho | ; vioble profession of farming ! The work of the pupils on cxhlbl ? tlon was exceedingly creditable rang? ing from needlework, drawings, essays and skilful penmanship, to bread, corn and manunl training. , There were spelling bees, declama? tion contests, races for the boys and a parade for the school children, and everything passed off pleasantly. GrontidlioK "Suicides." A large groundhog, which had bcon I in the possession of W. Hi Harrison ! & Co., on Washington Streot, was ? found dead on Monday morning under j conditions that lead to the belief that ] the animal- must have commtttod sui? cide. The hog was left In a cage on tho third floor of the store. Sunday 'night it gnawed out and in tho morn? ing Its dead body was found at the I bottom of the elevator on tho first i floor. Tt in supposed the animal must (have taken a leap In the dark down j the elevator shaft and thus met Its I death. The skin will he stuffed. Peanut* nt 80 Centn, j The quotation for Spanish peanuts ; to-day is 80 cents per bushel. Tho i formers have he.cn recently bringing ' lnrgo quantities of nuts to market, many of them In bad condition, and not fully dry, and this hns. in part, been responsible for the drop In price. Another reason for^the decline is said to be thn large crops In tho far South? ern States, from which sections many nuts reach the Petersburg market. I Better prices are looked for later in the season. A Quiet Marriage. I^tst night nt 8:30 o'clock, at tho residence of Presiding Fide- J. K. Jollffe, Miss Nora Mann and Leslie P. Aldrldge, both of this city, were quiet? ly wedded. A few friends witnessed the c rmony. The bridegroom Is n w.ell known young electrician. Cash Register Robbed. The store of W. L. Hubbard, corner of Gilt and Jones Streets, was broken into Inst night and the cash register Parkland Lots! DIRT CHEAP. Only few lots now remain for sale. Tour last chance to got one at such low prices. Only $8.50 to $12.00 Per Foot] No Interest or Taxes Those who bought llrsl are reselling at handsome profits. Biggest specula? tion around Richmond. $10 Down?$10 Monthly! Come to-morrow and let us tell you j a^out it. Take North First Street car and cot off at Stop No. 22. which is on our property. Midway between (Unter Park and Barton Heights. JULIAN C. ANDERSON & CO.. Basement American Bank Building. I &e?l ??tnte._ ! Wanted Vacant Houses To rent. Wo have applications for] j moro houses than we can supply. Lot j us rent your house. JULIAN C. ANDERSON & CO.. . j Basement American Bank Building. t.J?ll ..i-'U.W Miss Pattie V. Isaacs' Contralto Soloist, Seventh Street Christian Church, aiu] Teacher of Voice Rcsulep.ee.and Studio, No. 501 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va. j Day Phone. Night Phone: i Madison. JAIL Monxou A512-J. Thanks giving Greeting To our thousands of friends every whore. In many thousand homes there urd mat 'liless pianos sold by us. Let us call your attention to tho fact that now is a good time lo select a Stelnway or some ither one of our ltne for Christ? mas. Moses & Co. 103 E. Broad St. Oldest Music House in Va. and N. C. wos robbed of a small amount of money that had been loft In It. Aa far as known nothing else In the :-, st ro was disturbed. * V rfj' Colored Conferences Meet. The Virginia and Albemarlc Con? ferences of the A. M. E. Church met;;; In Joint nession here to-day In the Oak Street Church, with Bisjiop J. W. Hood, of tho former, and Bishop C. W. '?'' Clinton, of tho latter, ns tho presiding:;; officers. A largo number of minis? terial and lay delegates nro in at? tendance. This is tho first Joint ses? sion of the two bod los, and the meet? ing will continue throughout the week, and probably longer. Tho two confer ou es embrace a wide area of terri? tory, and much business of importance' is to be considered. Immediately after devotional exer? cises and the presentation of creden? tials, the conference began buslnoss. The Roy. C. W. Wlngflold was elected secretary. A numbor of brief talk* woro made by delegates on the hopetul spiritual condition of the church aud the future of the race. Harmony and good wUl and a spirit of optimism prevailed throughout the session. Ueuerul News Noten. The National Bincuit Company \t contemplating the erection of u busi? ness plant hero, and is said to be seoklng for a proper alto. Thanksgiving Day will ho observed as a holiday. Business will bo gen? erally suspended, the banks, ware? houses and Industrial establishments will bo closed, and all of the churches will bo opened for service. In many of the churches offerings will bo made fur the needy. James Harrison, negro, became vio? lently insane on religion this morning, and wns committed to the Central State Hospital. It required the com? bined strength of several officers and uiou to get blm to the station house, whore he bad to be tied until lie could be gotten to the hospital. - Tho cllizens of Petersburg gave lib- . oral aid towards starting the good roads construction near tho city to Dinwiddlu and Chesterfield counties, and tin-j- propose to do tho same for [ Prlnco George county when it. starts ilie work. The new boat lino between Peters? burg and Norfolk will begin business. There will be one boat at first, and If business Justifies It an additional steumer will bo put on. J. P. Dunstan, a prominent citizen of Ettrlck, and for1 twefity-two years a justice of tho peace, has resigned that oflico and moved to Petersburg, Mr. Duns'.uu Is seventy-two years old, but Is still actively engaged In busi? ness. Chief E. V. Fajlcy has returned from Rounoke, where he und other tire . chiefs of the State Bwere tho guests of tho chief of that city. Mr. Farley says that ltoanoke has one of the finest tiro departments In the State. William E. Braccy, the streot car conductor who two weeks ago nearly lost his life by accidental shooting, is rapidly recovering at the hospital. Ocey Smith, a negro, who recently killed foil man Fortelll, colored, a fellow workman on the Coast Lin? section force near this city, is still at large, and Is probably out of the Slate. The Rev. George H. Spooner, the new postor of Market Street Metho? dist Episcopal Church, arrived in the olty this ovcnlng. He was met at tho station hy the board of stewards of the church and escorted to the par? sonage on liberty Street. Trouble Over Suit. A civil suit brought by J. A. Booker, of Richmond, agent of tho Cable Piano Company, against piano dealers in this city for the recovery of a piano or Its valuo, resulted In peace Warrant? being sworn out by Mr. Booker against Charles Bryant for assault, and against W. W. Bryan for threat. The cases will be heard in the Police Court on Saturday morning. There la noth? ing serious In the cases. Desperately ill. Mrs. W. II. Eanes, widow of former Chief of Police Eanes, received a tele? gram this evening summoning her at once to Loomls. N. Y., to the bedaldc of her son, Leslie Eanes. who lias boen_ under treatment for tuberculosis at' that Institution for some weeks. She was advised to hurry If she wished to see her son alive, and she left for Loomls to-ntght. Leslie Eanes Is a very popular young man, for suniu time employed as bank clerk, and hlfi serious condition Is greatly regretted by a largo clrclo of friends and rolo tlvcs. LSpotta! to The Times-Dispatch.] Suffolk, Va., November 29.?Three, defense attorneys in the case of Dr Rebecca Austin, accused or malpractice, to-day In the City Circuit Court sought a ciiango of venue, alleging that the prejudice against tlic'r client was i*trong and that sho could not get a fair trial'with a local Jury. After bcvv eral witnesses had told of the existing prejudice, and members of the vi-,'re had oeclnred that they could serve Impartially. Judge Mcbemorc denied the motion for a change of vaituev prosecutor Burgess asked for delay 'bocauso Lela Bonnoville. ?Ixtcen-year-v old girl from Baltimore, was absent; She is ono of tho State's star wit? nesses. Tho defense joined In tho mo? tion for continuance, and the case went over until February; T*ln BonnoyHjtfjj who had missed train connection. ar? rtvart to-night.