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Gronttr Richmond'* Cirenlcr Ne vcBpoper Git k\mist WANT am) ItKAL ISS TATK med IL'.11 IN VIIK.t.ma. AND o.m; of this ih;st IS am10iuoa. Want Ad Rates In elTeot June 11, 1911. IJnlly, UUe cent pit word when pnlfl in mlvouce. Ko Ad. Inkcu tor lern? thuu Hue mid one-hull rrntn n word nil rlnNMliKuiiniin except Situation Wanted fur Sunday. Slttiutltin Wunteil,one ceili a tVMrd. No Ad. Sundu) lul.cn (or lean <iinii ii r teen i'cnta. No Ad?, taken for lorn tlinu twenty live ceuta ?Inn phoned lu or oukikkI 111 Ihr counter. I'lioue uritera n?l Kiinranteed, (litaalhcntloii not t-tiuriiotccd nflcr OlftU I*. si. I'or bualucaa contract", send lor the Want Ad. ?im, ?hone MiKuroc 1. S,UlH dilti jUtlllO lost, ON FIRST and UltOAD btreets, yeslciuay idtmiiuun uoout 6 O'ciooK, v.i.i..- i?uu wumi, trimmed lu uuirt aa>iii. Reward it returned to .\iiui, BiiaULR. Burton umii'itiii or cult pumm ..lautaon ZJJ--J._ Cli... u . -a . ... Ol" S : oOv ncm bered 16 ttiiu 10 ui the Boh Air Coin pan) of Virginia, iaautu April I. Ibas, tu tin nauiu of K. 11. Taylor, having luin leai, notice .s hereuy given inui application hau been made lor lasuo ol mu certlbcutes, Charles a. rA/LOR, AdinT ut ii. . a> lor. .iccunjed. |g^_-_-?-?-??-j.-:i'_-= <..?-??' vauuruo, u?tlU ??Tlway mail clerks wa'ntVu. li?u rnonlu, ulcuiiioiiu examinations May -i, prupui uuon tree. -'itA..Niv Ll.. l.NS'J IT O'i ii, Lept. S?tf ?, Uu clleatur, N. V. :?A'v'iu i')i..\c' b\ "fO " lT.ai s ttiti auiunioulx business; pu.in.iona SucUi cd competent (,< aouaics. rllCH ilO.M.i AU'iU s'Juuui., Ills w. Ui v i I Street, _ W a..TKO. an"i:XI'13HIIiNCEl"> saLLaT. niun, ncaiimt' and piumulim goods, as direct t eppesuiiikitve oi liianuiuuiyry tor Klcliiiloiiu und vicinity. Apply, Wim leieicticva and iuiu ...\pcriciicc. Pu.?t-ui:ice uox ti'jii. Hiunmond, Vk. ax) wT?TElEs VN .v.". 1 KU?THIS ?E niutid Zor ad writers la constantly Increasing, ihu grsat department stores and ...... . . .i.k agencies arc iaeurcilritf the country over lor men to write advertisements. It la a science eiieily acqulrud, Kor twenty yeara ab have been uinent- the lark* ett and moat aucc.-axfi.l advertiser* la the United States, 'l he rcau.t of thu experience ba? been put in con? crete form (or tnoeu who wlan to b?co:iitt ad writura or uu vertisintf managers. Vitiuat,!? oook.cu und Inlorinution niutiej free. I. C. S.. Box (a A. Ecranton, l*a. .W?NTKbT MEN TO LE?TtN BARBER trade; only few weeks reuuired. Wut;ea after ilr?it month Steady poeiuon Kuurahtecd. Write for cat? alogue. MOL.EH*S BARBElt COL, LEOE, 101 Uuvyery, ,','iiw Vuik Cit>. sYOUNO MAN ~AS FOREMAN with mechunluul ability. Apply Room t'j7. Atne: lead TJuii'jii. . UanK UulidlnK. 2,'jO'i railway mailclkrics want ed, permonih, Rtcbinond exami? nations May t Common education aulllclcnt, "pull" unhecesaary, Write lot sinnplf ??uestlons. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Ucpt. m m. i: , iioster. _ N_ v._ WANTED, FOR U. 8 ARMY. AliLE bodled. unmarried men, between ages of is and 34; cltlsons of United States, of ijo'. ! character and temperate hab? it:-, who can apeak, read and wi Itc the ICnKllsh lahkuaKe. Tor Informa? tive, apply to HecrUltlns 0 Ulcer, si" K Univl i-trcct. Hlrlur.orid. Va._ fetlltiUtOHS CC'illlUt'j, !itflllC WANi i.u. Position 'by' hk'-.h-ter" ?ii dl'UKItlat ut ii yeura' experience, capable of managing u.ijineaa Beul of references. Addreaa 'sAUji^" L " .-''aui.r. ;\L.. If. KlcJjrnond, Vn. tjrlp Ccidiuco, jrcmaU rt'VAN i i-.O."''I'iXl'LltIENCKL?" 'Sa'L'ES Liu> in ladies' tiillorlng eatabiian ment. 621 Webt Giace. isiaiiitioiiG ?UdiurD, j riiuiU Position wan . i:u by an experi eiiced aaluaiady in Irilllinury or ault department; b-at oi returencea. Ad dlesa C. 11. D., 1*. O. liox 4H, ClltlOli Forge, ViL PlDtlij?lUllUl t.Ulp CLiilHUD TKACillHUS Full" BEST**' SOUTHERN educational Institutions, :?ii term. Oldest, largest, heal agency aervico Sutitb; iwunuelh year, iure? agen? cies, one eiirolmonL. .Satlafacibry service guaranteed. Enroll now. SHLltlHA.s TEACHERS' AULi.N'CuJo, (Iran wood, s. C. pe-.-.-,_ l?ilp, a?tilf diiD j-rmdlr TC'aNTHU. "IxCAI. BTAOE TALK NT. Won't coiltlicl witii uualncaa. Ad 11: i .. : I' IM. cure Timej-L'jpatch ?Blllt? LClUltUU .^?"E'AitK i.?MilC;'NO FOR I'AHTIKS TO take an asency for thu auiu in inui ritute of Virginia of |urgu und aniaTI high-grade till uitgliies of well-known make. Muai have >-ood (aulllllos tor Laiiva.mliix und r< aching all pro ?pdctlVe purohaaeri! in tu? Stats. Kx perlence In coniiaotlon witn Internal combtistloh engines will l>e an ad vantage. In replying, pU-uae tjlve full stattinent, covuilng experience and facilities foi securing business, A good opportunity for the rinht parties. Addruaa Ci m... care Tiinus Ul-pauh_ livral Csstatc Jf?c &ait 1 i2?-A"cri]':_FA Ii:?!.' f i Mil .iL-: Kitt >m J?lCriVilld, Amelia county, Va.; lilt Southern Railwuy; s-iootn dwell? ing, ijoiid condition; t-ruom tenant house nud three luirnu and other buildings; 90 acres cleared, balance pine und oak; orchard of 40d trees, twelve years old; five passenger I train.) t" Richmond! fiiro, l* cents;) stop on farm, making it very uttrac- j tlve for city man's country estate. Mr. A. Ii. Morris lives on It, and will nhow it any day. A bargain. Very easy terms. CI1APIN & HUME, IHchmpild._I 5?; AUKi.rf IN i.TSYLVANIA COUX" I ly, wltti a lot of good buildings and' a good productive fur in, for yO.S?O.j The cheapest thing In Virgin In'. For full description address E. UOxINGS,' Fnuldlhg, Ohio._;_ j it AC UK FARM; RIGHT -Ml LES FROM Richmond, on Midlothian PiUc; 1 l-;; miles ft um Robious, <>r. Southern Itailway; dwclllngj orchard, wood, Implements. ii\< stock; only (3,600, Mr. w. II. I'ease, owner, will bo glad to shsw w.u over it. CHAt'JN .t HUME. 13 North Eleventh street. SAI.l" L' i' ON ROSENEATH Itoad. between ui'ovc and Hanover Avenues. For partrculars call Mad? ison ;iyst>. __ FOR SALB.i-iVEItY IIANDS?M K HOME skcrlflced; West End; nuw, brick, modern; eight large rooms; double polished ho'orn; hot water heat; beautiful chandeliers and mantles. Price I'vs than to build. Terms. S. Hox 836._._ THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON ALL streets in city nnd BUblU'bs. See us before* buying. H LAN TON & CO.. Travelers' Building._ "~~"iiu?lnfsis ?"pp?fttini?icG tTrT<Tk S^loa n eT/'ViTfdA^hlxns^n Jewelry et lowest rat -s o: Interest No charges for st<.r.i?e N P , JA pr>T?a x- ooN "i? n vi""' Street poultf,', 0cts anD tiioc ?fock ?'ijiTe h all PUPS" ni:ciSTKi:iii> aiock' price reasonable, W'LLOUCHI" BY KENNELS, Little Bay. Bom US, Norfolk. DA.LY PUZZLES What kind of candy? a .\ ?wer TO YEtvPHIlDAY'S PI IZ7.I.B. VI y, X-oi salt BACHRACII. 1 PER CENT. TO 3 PER CENT, PERI MONTH. ESTABLISHED 1S37. OKKUIIS SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AM> GUARANTEES LOWEST RATES OK INTEREST ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVER. WAKE, ETC. UK SURE AND .SEE US. RICHMOND LOAN OFFICE. 6. BACHRACII, PROP.. a!5 E. Itl'.ftAD ST. WE HAVE a FINE ASSORTMENT of new and second*hand wagons; one horse truck 1 i?rHt furniture wagon. I Rubber-tire work, painting and re*' pairing. RICHARDSON BROS., 615 Brook Avenue. Madison 1467. TW?"" s k co n11- ha n d It I ?n a fo uts. one top buggy and several wagons. I nil in good repair and painted. These are burgainx A. MEYERS SONS, 731 East Cary Street, FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS I delivered In Virginia and North Car? olina, tl to per thous*"\d; eure ncad-| em; buncntd in R .j of Do plants ENTERPRISE PLANT CO., Meggens. b c._ For sale. BURRouoirs adding i machine; good condition: cheap, H| -2 1. care Times-Dispatch. SO-A BEANS.--Go' >D STOCK: TtMiT- I ed quantity. Also black, clay and, rnlx^d peas. For sale by d. ETHER IDGE <t CO . 31-33 Commerce street, j Norfolk; Va. yoU~A 1.WAY3 fill THE BlfX^vTlEN you eat Smlthfleld saul-ago. FOR SALE, TWO HIGH-OR A DE. RUB ber-lired fop buggies, Ho and 115; one rubber-tired runabout, H5; sev-i era! wagons In good repair cheap. A. MEYER'S SONS. ?:i B. Cary Street. STAVE SAW, GERLACk; 26-INCH, special automatic: stave jointer and! pall stave eaw, i.- BLUFORD & CO. SEE US WHEN IN need ok A VE-! hide of any kind. Wo carry a l?i?.o stock and sell ul inviting prices Easy tetms. A. MEYER'S SONS. 731 ] E. Cary St root._ WOOD : WOl: KING PLANERS, THR E k and foui sided, single and double surfacers; lath inlil?j cut-off saws I nnd tes.iws. I. BLUFORD & C( STAVE sa\\\ tlKUL.M K. if?-inch. I special automatic; stave jointer and pall stave saw. i. RLUFQRO a CO. | an ESTABLISHED RETAIL BulsT NESS of 16 YEARS' STANDING, IN VINE LOCALITY, AND RENT VERY REASONABLE. REASONS ABSO? lutely SATISFACTORY. K 1*7. c ARE tim fcft-DlS patc i i. bachracii. . 1 per cent, i<> i per cent, per month. guarantees to make more lib? eral advances on diamonds, w a tch es. jewelry, silver- I W a re, etc.. THAN AN v other1 i/lAN office. rates, 1 per cent. 'jo 3 per cent. richmond loan OFFICE, 8. BACHRACri, prop., kl5 e. HltoAU st. established lss7. PIANO MOVING?WE CAN PUT >-iir piano where others would not] attempt the work. oar moving do-! partmdnt la finally equipped lu tno*-e ull 'Kinds of iurntturv and piuiio. CRAFTS, Movi.-.g Liupariini.nl. 121 j Labt Broad Strtct. Maaibon 650ti._ loans. THE EQUITABLE LOAN SOCIETY. ! private oltices, Eighth and Broad Streets, advances the most money si tho lowest rate of Inturast In the city on watches; diamonds and Jew? ell y. Why be embarrassed by en? tering pawn shops when you have our services at your command* PIANO. TONE RESTORING.?BY OUR unitiue method we can inalte your old piano sound Ob good as ni.tity new instrumenta. Our repair department is equipped to do all kinds ot ptaho and player-piano work. Kallinutcs cheerfully given, without charge Come in and get our expert ad? vice without, obligating yourself. CRAFTS. 121 E. Broad Street. Rich? mond, Va. Madison 6?>u6. WANTED. "TU E PU BLIC TO KNOW that JAHNKE BROS., Jewelers, 91.: ' East Main Street, !>'?.>. ?<-ii, exchange and REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN THE LATEST s'l't EES. Old gold nml sil? ver always taken in exchange. Aacu.! C'?ttUc X'Ot LUiU MA ? LINGTO.vr* ^VvT^vX."'"^ MODKRS ! brick hotel for rent; thorough re-, pair; all conveniences; only first-, blast) hotel in town; town the county seat, Good opening; not furnished.! Apply JOHN ALEXANDER; .Marling-: ton, VV. Vn__ ____ Dl" I LDl NG N EAR : ?U kt EENT11 AN D Main Streets, suitable for small shop or storage purpose. RlCHESON .<! CRUTCIIFIE1 D; Elovcntli mid Bnnk. SoacDins PERMANENT < moat ttlOSil'Al and hull roon Street. 11 Tl: ANSI ENT FOR A I o second-story fro-it , Apply at 303 E. Orate j MAISON FRAXCAISE, ill l-~ NORTH Eighth Street, Richmond, Va., I-o?ii? Cliovnller, Prop, (lato .chef Palace] Hotel, Sah Francisco, and chef Mot*] ropolltttn Club. Washington, D. C.J, catering and preparing for private dinners ;t specialty; Frofieh table d'hote dinner daily. 5:30 to 0 i\ M., 76c.; lunch dully. 11:30 A. M. to 3 P. M.. 60c; nichts nlso served a la carte. For private dinners, etc., cooks will Ijc furnished at residences If dostrod. K.i<-c..int rooms, newly furnished, i'hmii- Mftjjson 1038_ iAoonid Jfoi ISLcilt niceia' ~ftVrnmsih:'d front U(>< >M, with board; southern exposure: three windows, single beds, electric lights, hath and telephone convenient. "10 East Grace. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent: central location. No. 100 North Sev I entli Street._ ONE ME I >1 UM -SIZE. HEATED ROOM for gentleman, with board. 11 1-2 ' Smith Tliir.l. _ I' Ural eotatf QQlatitfti Ost'y75ur""fakmh w 1th j. a. cos i nelly & co. Write postal for nei L Cbaary blanks. , LESSER, THE LXblES* TAILOR. TUB only one In town who makes a hiio olalty In altering; all kinds of gar? ments to the latest fashion. Evory garment that Is altered In my eslub Hshment In dorm under my personal supervision. Prices vory moderate . and work satisfactory. The Italelgh Apartments, Harrison and Franklin, i Phone Madison 4S2S._1 H?mTanT hair bought AND SOLD at hugh ES S. 209 North Third. THE EQUITABLE LOAN SOCIETY IN? VITES LADIES' PATRONAGE, A 9 THEY HAVE SPECIAL PRIVATE OFFICES FOR THEIR CONSULTA? TION. LOANS MADE ON WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY". SEC? OND FIX)Olt, BRYAN BUILDING, EIGHTH AND BROAD STREETS. , ? . ' I <Xodl dRD ttloou L"o~Nc/? \v??d"1s "good because" IT v/na aplll In right season and of good, large trees. a sample load will please you. His coal burns to anhes. Easy to take up. Phone Mad? ison I a1070 ___________ COantl? LOOkT"LOO'kTLOOK?' WE" PAY-CASh for old clothes, gents' turnlahiiigs. boots, shoee, furniture, etc. Rhone Madison &132. WANTED. GOOD HORSE OR COW manure in carload lots. Quote prlcv t. ?>. b. C. & o, track, Richmond. Ad? dress NORFOLK manure co., 24'> Montlcello Arcade, Norfolk, Va. YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE DESIRES furnished or unfurnished apartments. Address K 1S3. care Times-Dl-patch WANTED. TO B C Y FO R CASH, household goods In any quantity. Phone Madison 3SGI. 9?isrclIdnrouo SHoi-: REPAIRING. 76c. HALFSOLE MK.VS SHOES. 60c. ladles, every pair sewer: best leuth et ; no nails. n< pegs. Royal rub? ber beele, 25c; Tred-Air rubber heels, 40c, leather heels rebuilt like ne#, 26c. DREW'S ELECTRIC SHoE FACTORY. Tit E. Main. Pnono Mon? roe ?667. upholpterin?, FURNITURE REPAIRED AND POL-, Ished, mattresses renovated, anthiueK1 bought and Hold. LEVY, the Upiiol-! sterer. 425 West Broad. LOANS. THE EQUITABLE LOAN SOCIETY. I private offices, Eighth and Broad' Streets, advances the most money at the lowest rate of interest In thei city on watches, diamonds and Jew? elry. Why be embarrassed by en? tering pawn shops when you have our services at your command? xlbministratur'S ilotice Tlfis ' i .MI ANY, HAVING QUALIFIED a:, administrator of Henry L Heart Well, deceased, all persona having I claims against aal,i estate arc re? quested to present them, and those indebted to the estate will please make pay merit VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY, Administrator of Henri L Htartwcll. OFFICE The Virginia rire and Marine Insurance Company Richmond, Va., Feb. 7, 1312. ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLD? ERS.?The regular annual meeting ot Stockholders win be held at the company's office, No. 101S Bust Main Street, Richmond, Va.. on TUESDAY. 20th instant, at 12 M. Transfel books will <b<i closed irom February 14 to February 22, 1912. William h. McCarthy. Secretary. Headquarters, Commaildery of St. Andrew, No. 12. Knights Templar, Richmond, Va. Fe i nary 10, 1912. Xgeneral ORDERS! Sir Knights?Attend a stated conclave of the commandery nl your asylum In the Masonic Temple. MONDAY, ISth Inst., at 7:45 o'clock P. M . in citizen s dress. Members of Richmond Commander}*; No. 2. and all transient Sir Knights are courteously Invited to be present By order of tue Eminent Commander. J. G. HAN KINS, Attest: Captain-General GEORGE C. JEFFERSON. Recorder. Grand "'Lodge of Virginia, ?.. F. & A. M? Grand Secretary's Office, Richmond. Va.. February 10. 1912. THE 134TII GRAND ANNUAL cnminunlcatinn of the Most Wor? shipful Grand Lodge of Ancient. Free and Accepted Masons of the State of Virginia, will be held In the Ma? sonic Temple, corner Adams and Bread Streets. In the city ot Richmond, on TUESDAY, February IS, 1013. at 7:30 o'clock P. M. By order of the Most Worshipful Grand Master. GEO. W. CAnniNOTON, Grand Secretary. fj-SSBftb) TO OFFICERS AND MEM fijjI hers of Flizhugh Lodge. No. "-- ' 6;'.. I. O. O. F.: You are hereby notified to meet In Fraternity Hull MONDAY. February 12. at 3 p. M.. to attend the funeral of THOMAS CAB ELL MARTIN, who died Saturday. February 10. By order of N. G. _B. a. GARNER, Secretary. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the E. II. Taylor Company will he held at the olilcu of the company. No. 10J1 East Main Street. Richmond. Va., at 3 o'clock r. M. TUESDAY, February 20, 1012. i W. E- HENDERSON. I _Secretary. j THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ' Htockholde-ra of the Gans-Rady Com? pany will he held at tile OfllCO of the company. 1008 E. Main Street, Ricn innnd, Va., on WEDNESDAY, Feb? ruary 21. nt 12 o'clock noon. ceo w. RADY, Secretary. ( To THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE VIRGINIA IiOT SPRINGS COMPANY: The annual meeting of the .stock-' holders of the Virginia Hoi Springs I Company, for the purpose of electing directors, and for the transaction ot such other btlSlnclS as may lawfully como before the said meeting. Includ? ing amending the by-laws of thei company and approving all of the ? acta of the hoard of directors and 1 all committees thereof of the said; company In the oast year, will bo] hehl nt the office of the company. Momestcad Hotel, Hot Springs, Va., ? on TUESDAY, the 27th day of Fcb ! ruary, 1912. at 12 M. The transfer I books win clone Wednesday. Feb? ruary SI, lt'12, at 3 P. M.. and remain closed until 10 A. M Wednesday, March 28, 1912 A. TKEVVETT, Secretary. ANXFA l7 Ml.EYING OF "'f I IK STOCK- ! ? holders of the Richmond Transfer j Company will be held nt their office. $09 East Main Street, nt 12 o'clock i noon WEDNESDAY, February 14, I 1912. W. T. BARDEN, _Secretary. ' Richmond, Viu. January 13. 1912. THE ANNEAL MEETING of 'r(IB Stockholders of the Broad Street Bank. Richmond. Va.. will be ' eld o? their bunking house TUESDAY, February 13. 1912. at 10 A. M. ANDREW M. GLOVER. Cashier. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the annual meeting of stockholders of the Vlrglnln-Maryliintl Coal Cor? poration will he held at Room 717, Mutual Building. Richmond. Vn., on TUESDAY. February 20, 1912. at 11 o'clock A. M. A". P. ADAM8, Seorotarjr, DUKE, DEPOSED, WILL GIVE RYAN BATTLE struggle for Control oi* Tu is Country's Tobacco by r!wo Magnates May B i- xutct d Now York, February U.?ThoniB? K. Ryan Is now credited in Wall Sir let wlih being In complete control of llio American Tobacco Company, confirming predictions mudo when he entered tbo directorate of the corporation tnat it would be oniy a question of tiiiu when he would dominate U JamcB Buch' iinan Liuke, for twenty-two yuan, the .-ii tin.; spirit in the great combination, whl..h he practically created, la retir? ing from tho presidency uf inj cuipo-* ration, to bo aucceedtu by 1'ori.lvui S, liill, vice-president of the company. ! Mr. Hill has been a prominent llgur?! in the tobacco business of tne country for many yjars. He Invested his early savings in the Blackweli'i Durham To ! bacco Company and became one of Its officers. Through his endeavors the Concern became a formidable competl- I tur uf tin companies than in control oi i the trade. j Theao chungoa are fail to be due to j tho personal Influence ol Mr. Ryan, who has been appointing men ot his own choosing In tne Amcricun Tobacco' Company to displace oitlc;al3 who had bo;n seibcted by Mr. Uultc from bis lrienda In hla native State of North Carolina. lu leaving tho American Tobacco Company Mr. Duke will become cnair man of tho British-American Tobacco' Company. Limited, the bu-lneas ot which lies principally In China, Aus 'laiiu, Canada and South Afr'ca. Tno British-American's contracts with the old American Tobaccr, Company have been abrogated, and It is believed It will now stun out on a career uf con* petition with the American Company, in which ovent a great light may be expected betwaeti Mr. Ryan and Mr. Uui ?? lor tho control of the 'ob'tcco. business of th'a country. Mr. Dilta also lias entered into a combination which lia* control of the water powur of North and South Car? olina, and lb eBtablisnliig plants to supply powor to all of the cotton mi.l? and other manufactories, as woll as light and heat to the principal cities ol the two States. In less than three yenr? Mr. Duke and his brother, Benjamin, have put upward of (20,000,000 'nto the Southern Power Company. To-uaj it is one ol the wealthiest and larg'st corporations In the South. Its net proitts are (1,000,000 a year. The idea of harnessing the vast wa .?uetion fehilcs, Jruttuc Days Crcnsha-.v & Kicka. McVeigh & Ollnn. Heal KMate Auctioneers. commissioners' auction sale No. 417 W. Main St. By vlrtuu of a decree- of the Chan? cery Court of the slty of Richmond, antered In the suit of Amanua S. Al? ley v?. Joseph M. P?tSS et als., on Feb? ruary 7. 1912, we will aeil by public auction, on the premises, Thursday, Feb. 15, 1912 at 4:30 o'clock P. M., the following property, described In the dicree as follows: "All that cer? tain let of lanu in the city of Rich? mond, with a brick store and dwelling thereon, designate 1 as No. 417 West Main Street, fronting nineteen feet Six Inches on the south line of Main Street, and extending back between ; lei llnea to en alley In the rear." etc. TERMS: The entire purchase prlro to' be paid In cash, ot one-third theraof In cash and the residue In two equal Instalments payable; respectively, at j six and twelve months from the day Of sale, the credit Instalments to be i evidenced by notes of the purchaser, With d per cent, per annum Interest I from the day of skis added, and the. title of tho property retained as se- i curlty for the said notes until the whole of the purchase money Is paid and a conveyance directed by tno court. WALTER BTDNOR, J. HOOK RICICS. ?Spe.'lal Commissioners. The bond required of the commis? sioners In tho above ault has been exe? cuted. CHAS. O. SAVILLE, Clerk. By N. W. Bowe & Son, Real Kslato Auctloneera. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF AN EXCELLENT! FRAME DWELLING UOU.SE UN KENDALL AVENUE. BROOK PARK, AT AUCTION. By virtue of a certain ded of truat, dated May Hth, liiuD. and recorded In the clerk's office Of llenrlco Circuit Court, in D. B. 1S5-A. I age 33.S, I will, n: the request of the beneficiary; th.ro having been default In the pay? ment ot a portion of tnei debt secured In said deed of trust. sell by public, auction, on the premises, on MONDAY. FEBRUARV 12TH. 1912. ' at 1 o'clock P. M., the property above reforre?; to. con-' slating of a comparatively new two. story frame dwelling, on n lot fronlin,, ?l" feet, and running back 135 feet to o public alley In the rear. This prop? erty Is tin the west sldn of Kendall Avenue, beginning 10 feet south of Brookland Turk Boulevard, and is. therefore, very close to the cur line. This Is a good Iiouso and lot, und shonlel attract the attention of home seekers and others. TERMS: Cash. STUART BOWE, Trustee. Ural C?tntc 5?/o Money to Lend ON CITY PROPERTY. Borrower an pny It off or cur tnp St Any Interest period. McVeigh & olinn. Heat, light, water and Janitor ser vlee. POLLARD & BAGBY, 110'-' East Main Street. The Valentine Museum KLBVKNTH A-ND CLAV STREETS. Open tally from 10 A. M. to t p. M. I Admission. S5C. Frso ort Saturdays. tor power ot the two Carolina? woe conceived by Dr. W. Gill Wylle, of this City. He and hia brother. Dr. K. tl. Wylle, formed a company and start :u work on tlieir power plant In North? ern fcouth Carol.na. '1 hey had yp^nt about $400.000 >n gulling It in operation. When Jamta U. Duke heard of tnn pro? ject and Haw Dr. Wyiie. After seeing tin balance sheet h'j exclaimed in sur? prise: "la this on the lovol?" Being as? sured that the insures wore correct, he remarked: , "Weil, your scheme boats tobacco, am} I am ready to iuak< yuu a proposal." The result was tne forming of the Southern Power Company, winch took over the Wylle plant, und lir.Ct, .sere at one,, laid for broadening the scope of the hew corporation. on.c.-i & were chosen, and the ofP.iluf family of the Southern Power Company is now as follows: James B. Duke, president; Benjamin N, Duke, Dr. \S . Gill Wylle and W. S. Dee, vlcu-prosi detits; W. S. be, chief engine jr; R, B. Arlington, secretary and treasurer; W. 11. .Martin, Jr., assistant seorutary, and E. R. Bucher, e.udilor. To Have atu.ooo BoraePower. In addition to t.ie power plants that now generali 14?.U00 horaepower, the company Is buudiug other plants thai will uevelop an additional 200.VOJ horsepower, Forty-live cults are get? ting thulr light and power, und lTo cotton mills are lessees of the Duke uurporatlon, with mort being addeu every duy. Seven big streut ran.vui systems are being operated with tins power, while plans nave just been com? pleted lor taking over a systtm of rail? ways which will give the corporation a chain of tretgnt trolley roads wnlull will connect in an unbroken link cities Irom tiie loner end of South Carolina. In discussing his new power company. .Mr. Duke said: "The contention ;a.t besn made b> bomo that we ure operating a powei trust and that our concern wuuld aoo.. develop Into a grasping nionoply, in which we would tie the mlllownera Into knots and then squeeze thj life out o\ them. As a matter of fact, we are supplying mills with power today a. a .saving of 50 per cent, to them. Their own steam-developed horsepower costs thim <&o a horsepower. We give u to them at tlrst for 52u ? horsepower, but we were compelled a little later to Increase the rate to f:!6 a horsepower. "The mill operators know that we ars In reality a boon to them, ana furthermore they know when they, need capital whero to get IL I Ant a Norm Carolinian born and bred, ivjnd my heart has ever been with th.tee whv have Struggled to davelop latent and dormant advantages in the Old North State, ur.d none lias Its Interest closer at heart than I. It Is the biggest thing the Carolinas ever had, nnd thoy who have benefited by the concern have no hesitancy In admitting this ,'? B, Frank Mebane, of 41 Broadway, who ha? many cotton mill men as his clients, yesterday said all opposition to the Dukn power plants has faded away. , QUARTERLY CONFERENCE HELD AT SP0TSYLVANIA KiiRlnrrr-i Survey lloutc for Illghivnj Between New York and Richmond. rspcclal to The Tlmes-Dlspntoh.l Spotsylvunio, Va? February 11,?The ftrEt quarterly conference for the Sotsylvante Circuit, Virginia Confer? ence, was held with the Zlon M. E. Church here on Saturday last. Rev. Mi Asbury Christian. D. D., presiding elder of West Richmond District, pre? siding. A full attendance of the o;li clal body of the entire charge was n ted. and the several reports of Rev. S. U. Johnson, the preacher in charge, were \ _ry encouraging. The financial Blittus of the charge, us well as the Sunday school conditions, uh reported were especially gratifying. Dr. Chris? tian preuched to large and apprecia? tive audiences. Colonel R. C. Blaydcs, tho chairman of the Republican party of the county, has issued a cull for a muss-meeting I of the party at the courlhousu on Thursday, February 22, for the pur? pose of electing delegates to a dlBtrlct convention to bo held at Cape Charles on February 27, and also to elect dele? gates to the Republican State Conven? tion, which meets at Roan'oke on .Murch 12. The busts of representation will be one delegate for every llfly votes or fructlonul part thereof caul for a Republican candlduto for Oovernor in 1909. Judge R. H. I- Chlchester, of this Circuit Court, has appointed Thomas Stokeley Coleman, the commissioner of accounts for the county, and Mr Coleman has qualiiled and entered up^n the discharge of his dutlo". Qtilnton J. Herring, representing a medical company of Wlonu, .Minn., was arrested here yesterday on a warrant sworn out by Commonwealth's Attor? ney Thomas Stokeley Coleman for peddling goods, wares and merchan? dise without a license, Herring I.ail a hearing before Justice Henry A. Cur? lier, and was fined $100 ami cost.-, and In tiefault of paying the tine was com? mitted to Jail. A corps of civil engineers Is nt work , surveying a route lor a permanently Improved automobile thoroughfare route between New York City und Richmond, rtieae engineers reached here yestortlay, ami tho unanimous verdict of the corps is that the per? manently Improved roads in Spotsyl vanla aro ihu bout they huvo traveled between New York City and this point, und 'n conscquenco uf this Spotvvl vunia will he embraced In their report, ; which will ask that the route come by here. When this work Is llntsllcd tho next route to be surveyed will be from Richmond to San Francisco, which will I take it period of four months or more to !-ompleie. Marcus L. Young, of the county, had been appointed n public school trustee in Courtland District to nil tho va? cancy orci:slone<l by the appointment of Arthur li. Crlsinond to the county j clerkship. ' WAKE FOREST SOCIETIES In CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARIES Wake Forest, N. C, February 11.?. The chief thought In evory students' mind concerns the sevonty-sove'nth anniversary of UiO Ptilltjmathoslan and \ Eur.ellan Literary Societies of Wake! Forest College The celebration prop? er of those tw. organisations, which1 have been such material factors In the I development of tin- Intellectual and un? cial side of the college, will bo held on Friday, but the general anniversary period will extend from Thursday.' night, when the annual basketball game Is held with A. f.- M.. to Saturday night, when the V. P. I. quint mcet.i the local varsity. On Friday night, us ?is tho custom, i special train will ho run from Raleigh for the benefit of the rttudents In the. womon's colleges of I hat place. The_ .speakers this .year ure of the ugun'. rilgh standard. ""o^yrigiit, Foley, 1909.' '^QZ E. Broad St. i^paUm^ Xy,^^ Q^ ^ ^ WINCHESTER WANTS STATE ENCAMPMENTS . .atter Taken Up With A, jutant-General bale. Jt< eueraUd^haiititsO.gati.ztJu?Ktpubiicans biect Dtlcgatesi to 1. lstnct LOiiVeuiion. iSpeoIal to The Tlmee-Dlspatch.] \\ iin.-1inaior, \ u., I'uuinai )' 11.? Wln ? ticaiot to u canuluute 101 titu nonor ol ,euig aujibod.ua as tue piuou tor ? toidlng too utiiuiui viicu.iiipu.ciii. oi >ue oiucors of tau Slate im.ii.ia, und amo lor tno vurioua regiment* of tuo Avale mis summer, uineers uf Com? pany 1, SuculIU V i ruin .a Uegllllolll, of mia city, are la Correspondence wiin ? tujuiaiii-Oeuural fcaie aau Brigadlor vieiteiul c. t.'. vauttnan, of uummond, aiiu although notiiiiig ueitnlle uus been Sgrued, Upon, uio omcera lu ciiaiuu ot wie mutter in Klciimuud liuve beun given to uiidursiau? mat Winchester >voui<| llKu tu Have boih uncaiui>uieiits, and tho puuple nore wouid CO-Operate >v uli the local soldiers in extending every courtesy to tnu intlllluuiull iroui other sections o.t tn.j Stale. There at u numerous macadam lurnplUua in me iiiuiiuuiaio viuinity of u irioiiuaier, on " men to hold drills and parades, and -eceral axcollent sites aie avaiiabiu ? or the encampment. The city wount iurnlsh pure spring water free of cost and free electric lix'uts can also ho ? ?ad. Tho Common Council has Instruct? ed tne Cny ?uliultur to prepare two ^ula tu Oe presumed in tue Jueglgla. -ore, asking for tnu privilege ui vui ? iik on mo matter uf issuing gravity ?vuler uunus uui c.N.ceeUiii|? $ iu'j.'j'j'.', ana aiiuluer set tor S25,0t)0 worm ot town ? un iniproveiiiein uuuds. for sum, -line past a movement has been un .out lu install a gravity Water system as an auxiliary io iiiu present sieaui pumpiiiu system, ana uisu io spend a un be sum ui money tu convert mo town run into a sower by aruhiug .no s?um wiin conureie. Tho Federated Charities, with Dr. L. M, Allen as pruslUellt, was organised\ .ii W inuiieslut' a lew days use tur lue i curpose ui relieving the wormy poor uf tne COlllinuility, and ut the same nine protecting people who have re? cently Ueen Victimized by persons who are said lu nave not Leun entitled io much consideration. Thu Organization expects to Siop lite practice uf suinc wno have obtained chanty under false pretenses. While John Cornwall, a well-known I fanner of Uaylui d, Clarke county, was in Washington a tew days ago, uaylhg a surgical operation performed upon nis little daughter, he received a lues- j sago slating that ills wile, Airs. Fran-I ees Cornwell, had del suddenly of acute Indigestion, used thirty-three years. Shu was his .Lsl cousin, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Cornwell, of Calleit, Fauquiur county, wiio survive lier, logother wllu her husband, three smuli children and sev? eral brothers and sisters. Mrs. Catherine Williams was making preparations last week to eelobrate her j eightieth birthday at a large family dinner, but was seized with a sudden Illness and died the day before she was to have spent with nor runiily in celebrating. As a result of an address made by Dr. Waller Cox. of Winchester, before ?the Winchester and Frederick county teachers at their monthly meeting here yesterday, It Is expected that many Changes will be mail.! In smile ot tne county school buildings. Ho spoke on sanitation and pointed out many reasons why pupils become nervous kiui rent less In school. George W. Smiley, who Is over eiKh ty years of age, is now recovering from the thirteenth stroke of paralysis. Tho first was suffered several years ago, and he has been attacked at intervals ever since. Some of Die strokes wore severe, but the aged man, who lives near Capon Springs, Is now able lo be up and about again. Republicans all over tho Soveiuh Congressional District arc electing del-j egates to the district convention, to be held at llitrrlsonburg on February ? 20, and other delegates to the Slate j convention, In Roanoke, March 12. and while It Is generally admitted that a mitrjortty will be for Taft, the Taft iics will riot have plain .sailing, for' niiuiv of the ex-officeholders have com- I bincd and declare they will send con testing delegations to th.. Chicago con? vention to support Roosovelt. Frank ShltTlett. who. whlh; intoxi? cated, wns caught in the act of ston? ing St. Stephen's Protestant Episcopal i Church, at Blkton, recently, has beuli I heavily lined and placed under a peace ? bond. The evidence showed that bo '. had endeavored to prevent the congro ? gallon from gathering for worship laud even ?fter the members hud g?n? I Into the church Shlllleti proceeded to j batter the building wllli stones. Rev. I J. R. Kills, a widely-known mountain '. missionary worker. Is rector of St. 1 Stephen's Church, which was erected several years ago bv W. H. Baker, of I Winchester, us a memorial 16 his wifj, j the late Mrs. Emma C.inn Baker. Cut to the quick by numerous criti? cism.-, which tin .. regarded as unjust 1?-..I without foundation of fact, ihn I entire police force of Brl'dgowuler has resigned, but the Town Council laid the reslghatlo.nn on the table. At tho : same time a large petition was recolv I cd, asking that a curfew law be en i acted and enforced. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has enlisted In the warfare against tuber [ culosis, and is having built and thor ' oughly equipped an antltuberculosls exhibit car, which will be sent all over the main lines and branches In ' charge of experts, who. in addition to i giving lectures, will distribute cam j palgn literature. Charles Bowcn, living near Sporry I vllle, received a telegram recently an? nouncing the denth of bis brother, w. ! i. Bowen, in Iowa, and upon returning from the funeral ho s.iw u badge nt mourning on the door at the homo of his father. William P, B?wcn, who had died during his absence. Mr. ltow cn was eighty-four years old -and leaves a largo family connection. Beginning oh Tuesday of-this week. , the Norfolk and Western Railway will ? operate n farmers' Institute., special j between Berryvlilo and Roanoke, Tho ! cars will contain many' agricultural land horiluultural exhibits, and the train will bo In oharga of expert lec? turers ffom the Virgil la Department if Agriculture, b'l'equent aiupa will >e mmi.; between Berryvllle and Roa aoko. All the Martlnsburg soft drink men ?vbo hav<j been lined and sentenced to ?uli (or selling liquor without licunsus lave uppeatud iiiuir cases, but not un? it Juugu b!. Duyu Fuuikner had scath? ingly ueiieunceu them hum tnc bench. I'tte juuge declared amon0- other things that lue testimony snowed auvoral of ? ne men to nave roceivcd Individually tuout 1 t.nou bottles of boer and ovor 'l.vuu buttles of whiskey during six "nontlis; and that alone was suuiuieni to convict thorn. Hu said Hie Jury had aoi erred in Its Undings. Tho farmers' lnutltuto to bo held In Winchester on March 13 and 11 prom 'aus to bu the lamest and most Im? portant meeting oi farmers held In the lowor Shenanuouh Valley in recent /ears. Dellnilc arrangomonta were mntiu a day or two ago by tho ex? ecutive committee, which haa positive assurances Dial the Institute will be addressed by sucli men as Dr. Harvey VV. Wlluy, of pure food tarn?; Commis? sioner George W. K?lner, of tho Vir? ginia Department of Agriculture. Dr. a. W. Fletcher, of the Btucksburg Stu llonj Superintendent J. D. Egglcslon. of the Virginia Department of Public Instruction, and others from Richmond. Blaoksburg and Washington. MAY RESORT TO OLD METHODS TO PEUSD CATTLE IN HIGHLAND Monterey, Va., February 11.?Owing to the small supply of provender for stock, due to last summer's drought, many farmers In this soctlon may have to resort to browsing their stock iL order to get them through the win tor Onu stockman in Pcndlulon county across thu West Virginia line, iu now feeding 200 head of cattle in this way . The cattle are kept In the mountains. ! where two men uro employed to f\l the trees. To the prosont generation this method Is almost unknown, but In anto-bollum days vast herds wore fed In this way, and are snld to have fnrod well. Sugar and birch trees were the varieties that afforded the best i browalng, and Whole groves of such timber were cut down for this purpose. \ Old settlers recall the eagerness with which cattle devoured the smaller branches of these treeK, and how they would even endanger their lives by ; running at the first sound of each ! failing tree as thuy came down under tlie stroke of axtnen. The present I situation In Highland has not reached this acute stage yet, but. in very many 1 Instances, u resort to "browsing will only be averted by an enrly brenk-up j of tile severe Weather that has pre i vailed since the first of January. itanbrupt Clonus. NOTICE OF" FIRST MEETING OF I CREDITORS. In tho matter of , No. 1112. j ADOLPH US BLAIR, In Llaiikrupt. I Bankruptcy. I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I UNITED STATES FOR THE EAST? ERN DISTRICT OF VIROINIA: To the creditors of ADOLI'HUS BLAIR, of Richmond, In the county of Honrtco and district aforesaid? Bankrupt: I Notice Is hereby given that on the 9th day of February, A. D. 1912, the I said AD0LPHU8 BLAIR was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the tlrut ; meeting of his creditors will be I held In Itty olllcc. Rooms Nos. 802 I and 803, American National Bank Building, Richmond, Va? on the 1!>TH I DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. Ri',2. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, nt which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint tt trustee, exam? ine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. THOS. B. SNEAD. Referee In Bankruptcy. February 9. 1910. Xiofrl? Table il'tlote Dli?trr? Saturday und Sunda) evenings, ?'. In !l o'clock, . Ml men. TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS Richmond, Va. The most magnificent hotal in tha Sooth, European plan. Rooms single end en mtlto. with and without baths. Spacious sample rooms Rote. II.SO per .lav and upward Atlantic Cup -\egnrt& GALEN HALL Hotel ?uil -tanalnrlusa, With its elegant comforts, ts tonu arm curative bittli? and superior table and service. Is an Idea! pla-? for fall snd winter. ALvuye open. Alwavs ready. Always busy. I'. _ J'iunt, General ?at-agex. AUnntto CltJt. . I