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??Iti. ?m#*g]$^ IBj^pnlrh GItEATEST WANT AND REAL E9 TATK MEDIUM IN VIUUINIA. AND ONE OF THE U15ST IN AMERICA. Want Ad Rates In offoot Juno 11, 1911. Dally, one cent per murd iv?cn paid tn advance, Nu Ad. taken for leas than ten i i mi. One uuil ouc-halt cents ? word all cIuHxllleutlouH except Situation Wanted Cor Min,inj. SHuutiou Wanted, one teut ** vvord. No Ail. ?iiuiiar InJteu lor 1??" tiiuu ilftecn cent*. No All?, ink, Ii for le?a> than twenty avc ccntn tvbcii phoned lu or charged ut the counter. I'houe orders not guaranteed. Cli>K?lilcatlou not Biiarnnteed alte* I Otao 1*. M. For buk-JoeKit coutractn. aend toi the Wont Ad. "an. phone Monroe \._ 2Cu0t an? jrotm? IAJST. ~VI-^NEsi7AY~~~6^ uilver ivuton. Repaid l? rcuirneu to ATLANTIC ANl> PACIFIC TWA co., CU? East Broad Street. LOST. FROM"SliEIGH WEDNKSDAV". red plume. Pleuse return to ?011 West _Franklin Hit.., t. dr.""c7T.' uATI :.s7~nT?iNT:D^u~Rli~E. win pieu?e communicate at once with IX 6on, cure Tluies-Dtspatcli. im ? porlunt. l?rlu CCiantcD, *a=>aU yo? ah is wanted for govern inent Job; Jo1* month; s:ud postal lor list u; positions open. t ia.NKLlN institute, Dept. 3V?-L. Hochester, __n. y. WAITED, two uoodh? It I IE IIS. ONE ! at 1?21 Mull Street, one at 2U22 blast. _Maln Street. . men i7i??i deas ' and inventive | ability, write GEi.ELKY MciNr tike, Patent Attorneys,; Washington? I d. C, tor their tint of Inventions I wanted and prizes ottered by leading ! ?nanutactur?rs. I two YOUNG MEN of ??od AP- I pearonce, goo,I talkerr, capable, of 1 approaching people ub advance men I In aeronautical proposition; mum have unquestionable retorences as! to hom-uty and Integrity, l'osltlon ' pays well, and worthy of any good man's time tu Investigate. Hox 31. S tut ion A-_?_ WANTED. a DRUG CLERK., CAPABLE ; of taking charge of u good business, a hustler, one who can make nusl- , ncss. Will bell lialf-intereEi or will ; give an Interest in tue bus.ncss to the right man. Address d 6s'J, caru Times-Dispatch._ LiNOT ypE MACHINIST-OPERA TOR. MUbt be ab.e to keep new No. ? an<i a machinal in good condition and give eight houre on keyboard. Non? union town; 124 per week. Applica? tions by letter only, giving detuila of experience ?tut where, nave been employed. RECORD, Harrisunburg, Va. ADVERTISING SOLICITOR accus ton.ed lu working in tmall town. Give details us to experience and where have been employed. RECORD, Hnrrlsonburg, Va._ "WANTED, BRIGHT' YOUNO MAN TO lissls't bookkeeper ar.d do general olllre work AddrcBs In own hand? writing, giving references as to character and ability, aiyd stating whelhei employed or not. Advise salary expected. I'. O. Box'a&S. City. 7,.?i)U GOVERNMENT Joilb OPEN. Write for free Hat. KRANK DIN IN? STITUTE, Dopt. 3T6-U Rochester, n. y._ W~? N T KO. YOUNG MEN TO LEARN the automobile business; positions secured competent graduates. Rich? mond AUTC SCHUuL, -Oa Graham Street. _ WANTED, KOH u. S. A RAI It, ?BUK I id 11 1. unmarried men. between ugea of Ir, and 3J, cltlxens of United .Stales, of good character und temperate hab? its, who- cuti speak, read and write the English language. Kor informa? tion, apply to Recruiting Oiliest, auo East Bruiitd Street, Richmond. Va._ '):.. IIS'J URED DRUGGIST, FREE from drink or dope, wanted at once; short i:..urs. Salary no object tor the ngr.t man. .-itate salary wanted. VIRGlLiNA PHARMACY, Vlrgiilnu, feirutition? cLlantrb, iBalr KVm'peYENT IjO? u lk - l.n'TR v bookkeeper und ollice man desires position. Oooj relerences. Auarcss C S76. care Times-Dispatch. I l}tlp CClantfb, J-cmalc VV^N'TElT. ^r7C^ASifiElV'"\VH?'"ca'n | keep books, with Al references. Ap? ply in handwriting to C i7:', care Tlm<*s-Dlsparch._ _ V J R S T~C" LA "sis" ?" 11~A M H K11 MA I iS. HOTEL ROANOICE, 111 North Kigritn Street. feiiiiau?ii? caantcD, Trittau y"SD1Jo*TGa15y stenogbXpI i eiC'n?w employed, desires to make change; thoroughly compotcnL t" 677. caru Times-Olspateli._ STENOGRAPHER, six YEARS' expe rlehce, desires position. Phone Madi? son S680-J. "WANTED. SEWING By the day. Sund postal to MRS. posi er, lel? East Grace Street. _ tsolititovs anp &?leptnti\~ c a e'en d ar~ wsaLesai an^^lj57~^e"s - tu&jished house wants salesman lor 3tatc of Virginia. Exclusive subjects; high-giade line. Snlos manager now in city. Phone MR. SEARS, Mudi tioti S?S'j, for appointment. pccjjoiiuijj t. CUTLER. LATE OP HAAS BROS.; New York City, nrst-clltss ladles' tullor, 212 North Third Street. Phone Monroe o-."0. New Year re? duction suits from fUM up. THE EQUITABLE LOAN SOCIETY 1 WILL ADVANCE YOU MONEY ON YOUR WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY AT FROM I PER CENT TO 3 PER CENT. PER MONTH. ALL GOODS KEPT TWELVE MONTHS AND YOU HAVE THE PRIVILEGE OK REDEEMING THEM ON INSTAL? MENTS. WE CAN SAVE you MONEY BY REDEEMING YOUR PAWN TICKETS. JUST THE RIGHT THING IN THE right pi.ice. Taylor's pork roll. At i your grocer's._?_ HUMAN iT.Wli BOUGHT AND .'lOlO I at HHQHFS'S. 3119 North Third Godl tints tlOAooo -. -sai ^.()(jL- - ~?- ? NICE SEAR CORD WOOD, 1 i INCHES | long. 11 I? i' cord delivered; kindling'> wood. $1.75 per hali'-cord, MID? LOTHIAN WOOD CO. Plionc Mudl _ HOn 35 u*._ I FF i HAD*all THE TESTIMONIAL of good hoiisckoepnra und the few . men of good Judgment that express' themselves amotlt long's wood It would he Interesting and worth oven , more than 10 cents. ,lf you will or der this week or next I will send dry oak slid plno and the best oak and ,.lno slabs ever sold and coal that burns. loxo's. 1S06 Wost Rroad. "iv* a xtk h? r y " y f A; n'?"co?"p lk? iioo m and ihourd In private family. B 566, ca.ro Tlnics-Dlspntch. electTTic^g^^ Streots.?Wo havu oponcd an up-tn duta and woll-cqulpped electric gtir? age for tho caro of electric vohlclea und etorago batterica. RAUCH ?3 LANG ELECTRICS, WA verloy electrics. Phone for a dem? onstration, and let Mr. Smith tulk with you. W. C SMITH &. CO.. Vino and Main, 314 K. 1 fth Street._1 'JUST PHONIC US IP YOUR GROCER docs not keep Taylor's pork roll. P. ' /V. HElNDlilC & CO.. Distributors JOHN H. NOLTING. HARDWARE, nursory fenders, brass und black fire goods, superior cutlery, grape scis? sors, ash und garbage cans, door mats, step-ladders, poultry shears, house furnishings. . WANTED, THJ5 PUBLIC To KNOW that JAHNKH BROS.. Jewelers. Uli East Main Street, buy. sell, exchange ? und remount diamonds In the latest I styles. Old gol.. und silver always ! in m n in exchange._ 72>?8intsi8 ?>uuotui..?uc? WANTED, PARTNER IN OLD ESTAB? LISHED BUSINESS. OOOU PAV1NO PROPOSITION. ADDRESS Lt 532,, CARE TIMES-DISPATCH. LOANS ANIJ DISCOUNTS FOR EVERY- I body saving under our plun $1 or more regulurly. Esuiblishe-il z>, years. COMMERCIAL GUARANTEE Ct)., ? Hunkers, 28 N. Ninth. _ _J MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS'AND Jewelry at lowest rates of interest j No charges for storage. N. f. JA- ! COBS & SON. 218 N. Nlnth_Street._ HOMES AND FARMS OK ADD DE-1 scrlptlons bought on our plans en- : ublcs the borrower to pay for same on Hiriull monthly or yearly pay- , inents. We only charge 6 per cent. Interest on unpnld balances. Yuu can pay In full at any time, thereby, slopping further interest. Seven] years of success demonstrates our! plan has no equal. Send for booklet telling how. OEO. S. RICHARDSON. ?108 American National Bunk Blilg., Richmond, Va. ?800 FOR: ESTABLISHED LIGHT MANN ! ufacturlng business; products In dc- ; rnand nn<i unlimited; 400 per cent prollt- will teuch tho business. A 601, euro TlrnC'K-DlHpatch. . TRUE ECONOMY. NO BONE OR FAT. I Tnylor's pork roll. At your grocer's. WANTED, TO COMMUNICATE WITH those interested In an up-to-duto, live business proposition; an abso- i lutely safe Investment, safe as at bank, and the profits much greater. : Don't delay Investigation of this o*p portunlty. For further particulars ' address E 736, care Times-Dispatch. I GOOD WIED AND FIXTUREfToF AN I established dental practice In small town, with exceptional country trade; : no opposition. Ite-uson for leaving, have- tuken oftlec- In city. This can bo | bought cheap. For full particulars nddreis ijH. C. L. DEVANEY. Clurks vllle, Va. COURT SALE OF A VALUABLE dairy and stock farm, in Orange and Albemarle counlle-s, Vn. On Febru? ary 1, 1S12. we will offer for sale, at public auction, one of the finest dairy and stock farm? and equipment in tho celebrated Piedmont st:cl!on of Vir lala, containing 303 acres. Ex? perts have pronounced tho farm n most valuablo location for extensive orchards. Including the celebrated Albemnrlo pippin apple: buildings new | and modern. For descriptive book? let and other information, write to j GEORGE L BROWNING and V. R. | SHACKELFORD, Special commis? sioners. Orange. Vs._ WANTED, TO SECURE AN ACTIVE partnership in some good business. Willing to put In from fr..u00 to $10, 000. References exchanged. Ad? dress II CSC. cara Tlmcs-Dlspatch. BRED LN VIRGINIA, LAY every whore, Scott's O. IC strain Barred Rocks; four pullets and rock* r? I. $7.50 PARKIN SCOTT, Ashland, Va, Ural estate S:ot l?cnt 200 N. SYCAMORE STREET?8 ROOMS, batn, *j'.'i pur unnum. 3 SOUTH FOURTH STREET?SM ALE store or ctuce; new; rent low. 114 EAST CEAY bTHEET?12 ROOMS bain; goud order; rent, $150. 330 W. CAR Y STREET?NENE ROOMS, bath; now being put in tnorouyn ru pair througnoui; rent rcusonuDlc. J614 W. GRACE STREET?NEW, rooms, inoaern; rent, $64u. :i0 N. ELEVENTH STREET?E1GI rooms, bath; rent, $270. 2h20 E. GRACE STREET?8 ROOMS, bath; lurgu lot; rent, $240. 2b?3 E. GRACE STREET?C ROOMS, bath; separate entrance ami ynrd. 411 E. CANAL STREET?7 ROOMS, bath; rent, $240. 412 w. BAKER STREET?ST?RE AND ll at above. Good business stand. Rvnt reduced. 2215? PARK AVE.?SIX ROOMS, PAN try, closets, bath; rent, $330. 415-421 W. MAIN STREET?2 STORES with dwellings above, for rent cheap.) 1???-1911 W.MOORE STREET?FLATS, three rooms each, for colored peo? ple. Rent, lit each. O. A. HAWKINS, Real Estate. lOu N. Seventh Street. WANTED, RENTER FOR ONE OF : best latins near Petersburg, Va.? the t.'ongdon Farm, 130 acres; $1,00<j. Ought to net profit cr.ch year. $1,000 necessary. Address G. ?"?. CONQDON, j Phoebus, Vn._ WANTED, TENANT FOR M?ST DE-' slrable wholesale house near Four? teenth and Cnry Streets. Rent very] attractive. Sidetrack on corner. D. O'SULLlVAN. Madison 203. _ ?*\t?l (estate t?tiar.tr?. WANTfe'l/. "TO b0Y^JtEsTDENCE or lot. Mention dcteils, ivlth lowest prlcu nun terms und lowest spot cash price.. _S.._ LI N. Eleventh Street, City. wantITiTt?" avv some good rent - I :ng property for Investment. Give complete description, with lowest, price easiest terms, and also lowest .spi,t ensh. INVESTMENT. Box 336, i;icli:i.ori<l._\ a. j Uooiu? f-oi &nit FOR BENT. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, with bath, ilrM floor; central locu? tion. It 6l>l, care Times-Dispatch. ONE HALL ROOM ?LG?; GENTLE inori; bath. 107 Nor Hi Third._ IT' kNISH ED I k' 'NT KUOM, l'Rl v?te fninlly; use- Of bath; gentlemen pre? ferred. Apply '?::?< N. Ninth Street. NEWLY" Fl ? KN I SI I ED 111 >OMS ; II EAT~ cd; $3.50 weok up. THE UOANOKE, _ U l North Eighth._ large. bright, front rooms; good slxc single rooms, with grate. 14 North Sixth._ NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, $1.50 weok up; central. 80S East Clny. Ifilanteb tv p'ewrit'e nK^^r^iXK^STn^i^' ed three months, $5 and upwnrxls. Rent applied on purchase. AMERI? CAN WRITING MACHINE CO., 605 En at Main._ NO. GROUCH AT BREAKFAST TIME. Just slice nn<| fry Taylor's pork roll. At your grocer's. ' W?TJTED. T?~BUY FOR CASH, HOU3E~ hold goods in any .juantU/-. Phono Madlaon 3851. DAILY PUZZLES I_3 What title of nobility? AX S WER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.' Redwood. i'TtOST PROOF"' CAB 13 AGE VQS^Tii delivered In Virginia nnd North Car? olina. $1.40 per thousand; Bure ntaj ers: bunched In lots of do plants. ENTERPRISE PLANT CO.. Meggens, S. c._ WAGONS TO SEIT IOB, RUBBER I tires put on promptly, at RICHARD-I SON bros'.. 616 Brook Avnue._ i f7ne~CAIUUAC,ES. BUSINESS ~BUG glea, ull kinds of wagons, carrlagei and wagon repairs, aui'/moblle re? pairs, automobile painting. Good work. Reasonable prices. W. C SMITH & CO.. 31I_N1 Fifth BtreeL FOR SALE.- MOVING PICTURE SHOW, with stage; seating capacity 215. Will sell at a sacrifice to quick buyer. Apply to BOSSE RM AN & KT BETS, staun ton, Va.' Box 62C. ? two SECOND- HAN 0 RUNABOUTS, one top buggy and scvral wagons, all in good repair and painted. Theso aro bargains. A. meyer's sons. 731 East Cary Street._i SECOND-HAND MACHINERY BOUGHT, sold and exchanged. I. BLUFORD Si CO.. 1538-42 East Cary Street._! FOR SALE. ONE SURREY, J50; ONE phaeton. $35; one top buggy, $35; one runabout, $50; one coal cart. $30; painted and In flrat-class order. THOS. H. duke & CO.. Sol Brook Avenue._.' for sale, large stock of busi-: ness wagons and buggies. Satisfac? tory service guaranteed. Several sec? ond-hand wagons and buggies cheap. a. meyer'S SONS, 731 E. Cary St. TYPEWRITERS, ALL make8, RENT- j cd threo months, $5 and upwards. I Rent uppllcd on purchasu. AMER1-; CAN WRITING MACHINE CO.. 605 1 Enst Main._j smithf1eld sausage, THE SAU- ' Bugo with the flavor, at your grocer's. | DELICIOUS AND APPETIZING. TAY lor*? pork roll. At your grocer's. j iAtal C?iaic J;?c sale fIaTyl>~ ave n u e, \ 5 otT" "ti lo c k , laigo thrss-alory orlck dwelling, ue lacued; lot 3UxlKl?. Price, J12.UU0. win exenange tor Investment y;op eriy. J. A connelly &_co._ 1600 BLOCK,"grove ave.?9 ROOMS, two burnt, tnouern; concrete cellar;! In excellent condition; leused to bep- j temoer 1 at too per mouiii. a bur gain. 1800 BLOCK. W. GRACE STREET?S rooms, oath, dclucned; lot, 28x140; lettsea at itioO per unuum. Price rea bonuide. 1800 BLOCK, W. GRACE STREET?9 rooms, two baths, mooern; in splen did coaultiun; leased lor $720 per auiiUin. Get pricu on this. 100 BLOCK, E. CLAY STREET?ON corner; renting, $100 per month; price low. a good Investment prop? erty. 501 N. TWELFTH STREET?10 ROOMS, bath; guou locution; Weil built house; can he uuugnt, reasonably. 8?0 BLOCK, E. LEIGH STREET?10 rooms, oulh; rents, Ja3u; good renter at a bargain price. O. A HAWKINS, itcul Lstute. luu N. Seventh Street. PLUM SI REET dwelling; BE~ tweon Floyd Avenue and Grove ! Avenue. Rental, S3?0. Price, $3.200. Will exchange lor desirable lot in Lee District. J. A CONNELLY .& _CO._ l OR SALE. IN BUCKINGHAM COUN ty, a good rio-aore term; only about four miles froni railroad station, near church und geod schools; also near store und inlil. 'I ins farm is well adapted to corn, wiiuat and fruit, and Is well watered and about 2uo acres of standing limber. Have Just refused $1,400 for thu hickory tlni- ' Iber; also from $3,e?o lo $4,000 worth of pop.ur limber. Place could bo paid for In cordwood from the place. This , pine- is well worth $20,000, but if sold at once can bo bought for 115,000. Has good house on It, and most all of necessary ouisido build? ings. Easy terms and best of rea? son, for selling. Address E 739, care Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va. FOR EXCHANGE?IN THE BEST part of growing Washington?hutid some apartment house with every modern convenience, renting for $?, 000 per annum. Will exenange for good farm. For this and other cnolco ' properties for sale and exchange, ltd dress exchange dept., SHANNON <t LUCHS. 713 Fourteenth Streut, Washington, d. c_ G1NTER PARK residence. EIGHT rooms; modern; furnace beut; lot 100x200. Price, $'j,250. J. A. CON neu,y & CO._ Nil l7?? BAINBR1DGE, CORNER Eleventh, Manchester, very cheap, ex? cellent brick, seven rooms, buth. la irobe, range, cellar, electric lights, niyh ground, line view; good home and investment. Price and terms will surprise you. Owner in it. A snap CHAP1N & HUME, 13 N: Eleventh Street. __ A NUMBER OF SMALL PROPERTIES paying 11 1-2 per cent, to 14 per cent. Good bargains for small in vesture. O. A. HAWKINS, Real Es? tate, laO N. Seventh Street. ? . CHERRY STREET, BETWEEN FLOYE Avenue and Main Street; six rooms, near Cathedral. Price, $4,500. J. A. , CONNELLY ii. CO. SPLENDID 8-ROOM BRICK DWELL Ing, new, two lutrohes, throe grilles, nice section; terraced lot; only ?100; rented at $1S0; excellent Invest niont and home. CM API N & HUM E 1.1 N. Eleventh Street. JoDntotntj WHEN YOU COME"]"TO": lUcTDtlOXD stop where you can get a nice, cieuu, comfortable bed for 50 cents; tee wa? ter, bath and phone free, loon linui Clay. _ FI R8T-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR permanent, transient and tubiu boarders, can be secured With MRS. HORACE WELFORD JONES, at 200 E. Franklin Street. Gentlemen a siio ? clalty._ ROOM- AND HOARD- AT 508 -.NORTH I Fifth Street. Home comforts. L?7tOK. E LEG ANTE Y V U R N LS II ICD second floor front room, heated; com? bination lights, bath, phono: w'tii board. 3 East Franklin. ?oom? Cetilntt:ti WANTED. ONE OR TWO WELL-TO I fi? nished, heated rooms, within walk? ing distance of business district, with or without board. Acldroa* Room DO, Gilbert Hotel. WARRANT OUTFQR ALLEGED FORGER Ncwbern Man Said to Have Gotten Rid of Much Worth- .j less Paper. [Special lo The Tiincs-Dlfcpatch.l New burn, N, C, January ie.?it be? came Known horu to-uuy thai the au? thorities wore searching tor Harold T. Pratt, a warrant tor his arrest having; been lssuou by the Baiikors! Protective Association. Pratt until a fow dnys ugu was mo general agent for several insurance companies. Ho Iclt here Sunday morning, leaving be? hind him. It Is said, several ihuusand dollars in unpaid bills, a forged note tor $350, a large number ui checks which ho passed off on friends und which wer? returned marked no funds, Pratt Is a member of the First Baptist Church. Last Saturday after? noon Prott appeared at ono of the local banks with a note for $360. which with Indorsed by a local attorney. Tho note, was discounted and hu was given tho money. He then went to another man and gave a mortgage on ills housuhold furnlturo and secured $200 from him. During the day and that night ho succeeded In getting rid of a number of checks. Monday morning the bunk discovered that the noto which It had takon from Pratt was a forgery. Checks poured Into tho bank during tho day, und the paying teller was kept busy telling the owners of the paper that tho signer had no funds there. It was then discovered, it Is alleged, that ho had not turned into the In? surance companies any of the money which ho had collected during the past few weeks. However, he was tinder heavy bond with the Insurance peoplo. The sheriff visited Pratt's homo this afternoon and served an attachment on the household goods Tho friend who advanced him $200 could not claim any of these goods, as Pratt had asked him not to file tho mortgage until later In the week, and ho had accccded to his request. Pratt came to this city from Mary land. The police in Ell of tho larger, cities have been notified to be on the lookout for him. Jrlattf j?oc Rent SECOND FLAT, WEST END, BY OWN er. Reference; no ,children. B &B5, coro Times-Dispatch. ]?oom? Calantc? \VXn^eT5. nTcely F?RKr?&Sf?1 heated room; central. State terms, etc No neur-hout wanted, Young man, B. 630. care Times-Dispatch. 3?i0crllancou0 SHOE P.EPA1H1NQ. <6c. ILALFSOLE MENS SHOES, 60c. ludlvt every pair sewn; best leath? er; no in.um, no pegs. Itoyul rub? ber heels, 26c; Tred-.wr rubbor heels, 4uc; leather heels rebuilt like iioa-, 25o. DKEW'S ELECTRIC SHOE FACTORY. 716 E. Mum. Pnoriu Mou roe 2667. UPHOLSTERING. FURNITURE P.EP.UitED AND POL lsUc-d, mattresses renovated, antiques bought and sold. LEVY*, tho Uphol? sterer, 425 West Broad. YOUR HARDWOOD FLOORS NEED WAXING. YOUR WINDOWS cleaned after the holidays. Call WIL? LIAM JOHNSON. Monroe 3120. WATCH REPAIRING. YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN - ed by WM. TOB1EN. JR.. is a guar? antee that it ' done properly; 20 years' experience. Cleaning. $1; main springs. $1. 40S East B.oiul Street. baking. CREAM PUFFS 25C DOZEN. THE largest and best In the city. We uro having the greatest sale on these In the existence of our business. DRINK- j ARD'S. 423 1-2 North Sixth._ PORK ROLL ALL MEAT. NO BONE OR FAT; AND oh! my, so good. Taylor's Pork Roll, j At your grocer^_ ??crrinrr0 e> A STATED COMMUNICATION \fV' of Metropolitan Lodge, No. 11, /V\ A., F. i A. M.. will bo held In li.e Masonic Temple THURSDAY EVE? NING, January 11. 1312, at 7:3t> o'clock. Members of sister lodges und transient brethren are cordially Invited. By order of the Worshipful Mustor. \V; N. WATKINS, Secretary. Richmond, Vu., January 4, 1912. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the Christo Munufuc-i turlng Company, of Richmond. Vs., j for the election of directors and tori such other business us muy properly! come before said meeting, will bo i held at the ottice of the compuny at 130 Virginia Street. 4 P. M. MONDAY, January 15. Business of much im? portance will come before this meet? ing and every stockholder is urged lo be present. (Signed) H. B. CHRISTIAN. _President. The Savings Lank of Richmond. I 1117 E. Main Street. Richmond. Vn. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of this bank, will be- hold at the banking house THURSDAY. January 11. at 4 P. M JAS. M. BALL. Cashier. Virginia State insurance Company, Richmond, Vn., December 29, 1311. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholers of this company will be held at the ofllce of the compuny. In the city of Richmond, Vn, on THURSDAY. January 25. 1912. at 13 o'clock noon. WILLIAM R. MILLER, _Treasurer Virginia Trust Compuny. Richmond. Va., December 27, 1911 THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders rf this company will be held ul tho office of tho compnny in tho city of Richmond, Va., on TUESDAY. January 1C, 1912. at 12 o'clock noon. L. D. AYLETT, _Secretary. Richmond, Vn., December 16, inn. THE REGULAR ANN UAL MEETING of Hi.- stockholders of tho Union Rank of Richmond; Vn., will be- held on THURSDAY, Januurj nth, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon, at ilieir banking houne, J.ll'7 East Main Street, GEORGE W. call, Cashier. J2ibiociib Moiitt?. Atlantic Const Line Railroad Company, Olflt'O o'- the Treasurer, Wilmington, N. C? January k, 1012. Tili: BOARD OK DIRECTORS OF AT lantio (joaat Mno Railroad Company has declared a divuund of three and otto-hnlt ' percent. 011 the common capital stock of that company, pay- ' able nt the oflico of the treasurer, at j Wilmington, N. C, on and after j January lu, 1912. 10 stockholders of 1 record on the 15th day of December, 1911. The transfer bouka were closeel from' tho If,tu day of Dccem fber, Hill, to the 11th day of January, 1912, .both dates Inclusive. james f. post, Treasurer. ^ Fascinating Story of the Fight Against Temptation that Besets Beautiful Women With Ambition ?By Thomas R. Stetson? With Character Illustrations by Cyrus Fosmire The great city was heartless?bloodless ?merciless?and the woman?she was only a girl, really?was sweet and young and beautiful?a pretty moth that fought against the flame. This is a story that makes your blood boil, that awakens your sympathy? that holds you till the tale is finished. Illustrating "Fashion." By Grace Donworth. Jennie Alien on "Fash? ion", Grace Donworth Inimitable humor and ridicu? lous spelling makes her essay on fashion as funny as can bo. Don't miss this treat. The Horse Thief Andrew Soular Tells a story of winter in the blizzard-swept West where ro? mance and adventure thrive in all seasons. AND OTHER FEATURES IN Illustrated Sunday Magazin. OF ime NEXT SUNDAY COTTONSEED OIL INSTEAD OF LARD If Change Is Made It Will Mean Much Money for South. [Special to The Tlmcs-Dlspatch.J Washington, D. C, January 10.? Thous&r.ds of dollars may be spent soon In tho South by the War and Navy Departments of the United States for tho purchase of cottonseed oil, many thousand pounds of which aro annually used by the Federal authorl- . ties. If plans which Congressman Brantloy, of Georglu, announced to? day ore carried out. In connection with James T. Dent, well known in Sa_ vannah and Brunswick, Mr. nrantley some time ago took up with the quar? termaster of tht army and the pay? master-general of the navy the ques? tion of hereafter using cottonseed oil Instead of lard, realising thai a large amount of money would tlnij Its way South If that were done. To-duy ho announced that tho pros? pects looked exceedingly good for the plan to be carried out. Figures nro not available at this time showing Just how much money will go South If the Is done, but It will foot up Into tho hundreds of thousands of dollars, per? haps, every year. Mr. Brantley believes that this Is one of tho biggest things for the South In a commercial way that has happened in some time. President'? Reception. Washington. January 10.?Prcsldont and Mrs. Tuft gave the first big re? ception of tho winter at the White House lust night in honor of the diplo? matic corps. Mrs. Taft received In tho Blue Iloom, members of the Cab? inet and their wives assisting. Tho Marine Band furnished music, and re? freshments were served In the state dining-room. LEADING CITIZEN IS UNSEN ARREST Frank Wineskie, of High Point, Charged With Embezzlement of $30,000. Greensboro, N. C, January 10.? Charged with ombozzloment of $30.000, Frank Wineskie, manager of tho High Point branch of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Compuny, was arrested to-day by i county authorities. Ha was later re? leased on a $10,000 bond for his ap? pearance beforo Justlco of tho Peaco Collins hero to-morrow. The charge against Wineskie was proferred by Frank McKnlght, an offl- I cer of the compnny, who oumc hero from Pittsburgh to mnko an Investiga? tion. The arrest precipitated a sensa tlon In High Point, where Wineskie Is a loading- cltlccn and largo property owner. The warrant against Wineskie spe clflcnlly charges tho ombczzloment of $30.000. tho alleged misapplication of funds having extended through a pe? riod of seven years. The basis of ttie charge is that Wineskie applied funds from the sale of "waste"." a formation of silver used In the hack of mirrors, to his personal use, and that In mnny in? stances he requested purchasers to make chocks payable to himself. Mr. McKnlght says tho shortages were discovered a month ago, and that since that time detectives havo been at work and have secured a number of checks which Wineskie received, but never placed to tho credit of the company. Wineskie, who has a wife and three children rnmo hero from Pittsburgh. He deelored nftor his arrest that rhu prosecution was malicious. SOLDI KR-STTOENTS WiTI, TIK nOXORED [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Charlotte.svtlle, Va.. January 10.?One of tho most distinctive) reunions ever holil ?? UNIQUE WAR VESSEL IS SENT DOWN-WAYS [Special to The Times-Dispatch.] Newport Newa. Va., January 10.?1 Christened by Miss Murjorlc Miller,, granddaughter of I? Si. Miller, of Eliza both, N. J., treasurer of the Lake f?ub-| marine Torpedo Dout Company, ?he| iako cruiser submarine t;-2 Tuna was! successfully launched at thu plant of' the Newport. News Shipbuilding and' Dry Dock Company this afternoon. Tho launching wus an entirely in formal affair, only a few of the of flclals of the It company, naval of? ficers and shipyard officials being pres cnt. Immediately following tho launching] the guests went to tho Warwick Hotel.j where an Informal post-launching j luncheon wns servod in honor of th?i sponson. Captain C. D Wallace, vlco president of the lake company, whol tins-superintended the construction of the Tuna, was tho toustmiialcr. Tho Tuna Is tho second lake cruiser submarine for the United States navy to he put overboard, tho lirst one, the Seal, having been launched nearly a year ago, and Is now. receiving her, finishing touches at tho Lake plant at| Bridgeport, Conn., preparatory to bo-, coming n part of tho navy. The Tuna Is 161-foot long and talr-j tcon feet bro'td, and Is one of the; largest submarine:! afloat. Sho Is, equipped with four lorpodo tubes, twol bolow the watorllno and two above I and has a capacity of ton torpedoes I Tho tubes uro directly ahead nnd' ?Stern, The vossel will bo propelled by twin screws, driven by gusoloitpj engines of 1,200-horsepowor and, when submerged, by olectrlc engines of 600 horsepowar. Tho designed speed above wuter Is fourteen knots and that cub merged is 9 1-2 knots. It is estimated that the Tuna will bo able to cruise 2,000 miles under her own powor und without a convoy. If she fulfills the contract requirements, and the Inventor. Simon Lake, is con? fident that she will, sea fighting prac? tically will be revolutionized. Tho vessel could go out Into the Atlantic for 1,000 miles and meet an oncoming enemy, and. tho inventor claims, de? stroy him. Tho craft la a very unique- looking one She submerges on an oven keel, and there aro ten methods of bring her to tho surface. However, shuuld all of them fall, tho entire crew of| twenty-two men cun loavo bor by j means of the doublu nlr chambers In I the bow of tho vcssol. Tho Seal", tho Tuna's sistor ship, ;iro ceeded from this port to Bridgeport, Conn., under her own power and with? out a convoy and made remarkably fast time, avornglng thirteen !.nots abova tho water and ntno knots below; Sho was put through various ovjlu tlons during tho run up the const, and the trip was very satisfactory. Tho Tuna will be completed in about a year and will have hor final accept .?neu trials . in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Mow England, nn American Institution will bo called at tlie University of Virginia nonic time dur? ing tho last few weeks of the present ses? sion. At that time th.: university will be? stow fitting honor upon the survivors of thoso students who left college there fifty years ago to uphold the causo of the State. As yet only tentative plnne for tho re? union have been effected. Dr. J. W. Mallet Is chairman of n committee now engaged In ascertaining who nre survivors of the uni? versity volunteer companies who Jolnod thn Confederate service In 1HL Ho la searching also for other surviving students who left college to enter tho service at any other time during the Civil War. Another committee hns been appointee! to designate the most appropriate mark of dis? tinction with which the university may re? ward these honored sons. Auction Salctf, jfutlttt ?agfl "trustee's sale OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. By virtue of a deed of trust of the lato William Edwards, deceased. I will sell at King William Courthouse, Va., on TUESDAY, FERRUART 6, ID 12. at 12 o'clock M.. all that valuable furm known as "Cherry Grove" (hut subject to the widow's dower Interest therein), con? taining 410 acres, be tho same more or less, situated In King William county, about llvo miles from thi courthouse. This Is a very desirable farm, suitable for stock raising or general farming purposes. TERMS: Cash as to the amount of the deed of trust, together with the expenses of the snli, amounting to about two thousand doRars; balance in one and two years, with S per cent. In? terest. HARRY T. COMMI.VS. Trustee, Palls. Va. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FRAME DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT IN ASHLAND, VA. By virtue of deed of trust from Jo? sephine L. Taylor and Henry S. Taylor, her husband, to tho undersign ?d, dated the 2d day of December. 13US. and recorded Iii Hanover Circuit Court clerk's office, default having been made in the payment of u portion of the debt thereby secured, and being required so to ,Io by the holder of tho notes there? in secured. I will sell nt public auction, in front of Stebhlns's Store, In the town of Ashland. Va., at 1:15 o'clock P. M., ON SATURDAY, THE 1STH OF JAN? UARY. 181 J. a lot of land, with a frams dwelling thereon, owned by said Josephine L Taylor, and recently occupied by her and family, situated In the town of Ashland, on tho southorn side of Han? over Avenue, between James Street and Stony Run. and being of triangu? lar shape, and containing one acre, and fronting 3 42-100 chains on thu southern line of Hanover Avenue. TERMS OF SALE: Enough In casli to pay the expenses of sale; any un? paid past due taxes, and a ratable! pro? portion of the taxes for the year 1912, and the sum of ji.ooo, with Interest thereon from December 2. 1911, and th* residue In two eeiual instalments at ono (11 and two (21 year*, r-vldoncetl by purchaser's notes, with interest added, and secured by deed of trust on said property, or tho purchaser, at his option, may pay all the purchase money in cash. J. JORDAN' LEAKE, J. A. MALLORY, Trustee. Crier. Real estate Waller & Berkeley RBAIi ESTATE. We will move our office on December 15 to 301 Mutual Building Farina. City. Suburban. j?inanci*al Money Money to lond on Real Estate In sums to suit. CiLU lN A UllU"