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Greater Itlcbmoud'n Crcnlcr Newspaper
GREATEST WAAT AM> UKAL liS
TATK MEUIIM IX VIRGINIA; AM)
ONE OF THIS BEST IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Kates
In effect June 11. 1911.
Dally, one cent per word when piiU.
In advance. No Ad. taken for less Ihn?
ten rerun.
Onr nud onc-linlf cent* ji w?rd nil
clannlllualluus except Situation Wanted!
'or Sunday. Bltuutlon W nnted. one eenl
? word. No Ad. Sunday taken for lea* \
than fifteen cents.
No Ailn. Inki-ii lor Irr??, llinu twenty*
Ivc centa Mbcn phoned In or charged
Hi the counter.
Phone ordern um guaranteed,
Clatoilflrnlliiii nut cuarniileetf uffr |
Dt30 I?. M.
For buslneaa contracts, -.riiii for the I
U tttl Ail. Mini, phone Monroe I. J
S.031 a no jrouuo
J '?sT, A VERY SMAI.I, OPEX-FAI !BD
K'dti watch; Initials ,M. o. r. mi hack.
Reward II returned lu W. FRANK
POWERS, 003 Ehst Main Struct. j
ifjflp CUrtUllO, H?dlC
WANTED, l ull ?. s armv, ABLE
liodled, unman ted men, between aij-.-a
of 1? and 34; ollUotia .j: United Stales;'
of good character and luinpurulu nub
Iib, wno can spcuk, read and write I
the i.i., i:. t, language For Informa?
tion apply to Recruiting Ulllcur, SJ'J !
K^jJJnmd Street. R l>. t.i.iond, Vii.
CIVIL SERVICE.- any YOUNG MAN '
or woman who wants .i position with]
tin United Slates government shdiild
write at uti once, n you aro over]
18 and an A m uti can we can (illicitly
Qualify you lo pass tin necessary
examinations. During the past year
wo have plaecd over 700 men and
women in desirable government po
Mtlons. Write at once, for treu
civil service booklet, tuet Information.
j.'i'Ij..C K.. Box I'JIO C, Scriintoii, Fa.
W AN TED, I'NION .n.'i: i" I! IN T E11*.
Must bo sober and reliable. One
with some knowledge the lino?
type preferred. I'ertnanitit position
to the right part;, and will pay
above thu scale- THE EVENING
DISPATCH, Wilmington. N. c.
WANTED, RELIABLE PARTY TO
share ulllee Kpacu In room In Trav?
elers' iiuildliiK. Present tenant
spends very little tlmu In onlee. Doak
lurnihtied. Public stenographer ?n
ofMcc. Address 11 TT. cue Tlmes
Dlspatch._
WANTED IIVSTLINO VO U ; M AN
for nu-'.m n.? purpuiieS. Apply Room
_ 8. Ebel Building. _
WA/.'i ED." A"'i'i?O? BREAD HAK El! ',
night work. M. B. STAPLES, ISI7
Hull rit.. South nit hm; nd
COUNTRY PRINTER I5.?0 WEKK?
and board and lodging. Reil fences
reiiulred, Doth joii and newspaper
work. Capable man will be idvanc
? d. CLAREMOXT PRINTING COM?
PANY, Clarehtont, Va._
W A NTBD, 1 ~??~~iTa D?I IE HB. A P PL y
at new power station, Virginia Reib
Way and Power Co., fool of Twelfth
Street, Richmond, Vii, STAMPER.
RAOLAND ttt CO;
WANTED^ FTRsf-"'*i.AS.? MANICFRIST
at 715 East Mam Str. et. FRANK
RE A LMUTO. Harber Shop._
WANTED, TEN CARPENTERS! OPEN I
shop. Apply W. A. CrIESTBRMAN, ]
Shafer and Broad Btrc.cia; _ i
WANTED." LA H?KERS Fi lit" NIP..IT,
work; 50 laborers, 6 o'clock to 'J !n ,
the morning; 60 laborers, L' A. M. to
7 A. M. . Ninth and Mailt Streets.
WANTEO. It ELIABLE I aI'. M ER \V 1TH
gdod team to cultivate large latin
near Richmond at once Apply Room
200, No. II, North Ninth .Street. _
WANTED,. A FlI tST-CLa BS ILY RBBR;
also an apprentice who can shave
iyell. East:'Broad._
WE WANT CITY SALESMEN for AN
EXCELLENT SIDE LIN E, TO OE
SOLD IN EVEH1 RETAIL STORE.1
.PPLY, IN STRICT <'i?NFIDF.NCE. .
MaNACER. POST-OFFICE box 668.1
W~.\NTl{D; LOCOMOTIV F. MACH IN ISTS
by the c. t o. Ry. hi enrton Forgo,
va., : hops_
? si- -
feftuatfond Ccldittr?, ??alc
CHAUFFEUR. CA RE Fl' L DRIVER,
life experienced In all brartches; cap?
able all repairs; overhauling! ab?
stainer and reliable! hiebest refer- ,
enecs; mdd?r?to salary, C li, care
T|mc8*Dlsp,ittch.; _ _
WANTED; POSJ1 ion BY YjpUNO max
with btiilditiL,- contractors; three
gears' csperlcnCo; faitilliar with
plans; uiidersinnds esllmation work,
.1 iot, ciiro' Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, POSITIO^ ?S IIOOKKEEP
??r or cashier by youAg mat t ied iiiaii:
twelve years' experience in generali
olllco work, including accounts, pay-,
roll, railroad rates; cly,ht years 'h
present pOsltiOhJ best of city refer- I
cttces. Address 11 tiO, care Times-j
I ilspateh. _j
WANTED. EMPLOYMENT AS MAX* j
ager, bookkeeper or <-lc-rk In any
business Office, bank or mercantile
linn, or can settle estates. Will fur?
iiiah nest of referonees. Vddress P.
ii. |l>.\ No. lt',?i, Rh htnond. V.i.
exFeriencro young Man de"
Slres position as eolleetor for teal
estate Arm. Addrcia K II".. ciive
Times* Dispatch._
REiTl.STF.REi> I'D a RM?-mht wants
position; 15 years' experience; good
references and good habits, K MO, I
cine Times*Dispatch. j
l)f1p Cc'...ittro, jrcmalc
tv*A?fTEiO. ia ^cjRST^CI^SS^^NUbse
maid for a child live years old, 10
al-;ep on premises. Rcfcrehccs re?
quired. Apply Sat in day afternoon
at fi3 Went Grace: Street. _
\V anted ? com PICT en T you no
lady or yohhc man stehographer who.
can operate nil Elliott Fisher b-llini;
typewrite; some experience In a
wood-working plant preferrod. Ad?
dress MANUFACTURING, Ron 59;
Manchester f-'tat tot., I:i< h:n..n.i
A l t B R a t I O N h AN*DS WA XTE1 >.
(jood salaries; steady positions. BER?
NARD, FRANCES .*>? CO.; Broad and
Filth Streets._ _
salesladies, EX PER1ENCED RE
rjulrcd for our suit and dress depart
mentH; salary and commission; her.
KAMI), FRANCES ei CO., Uroad and
Fifth,_
Wanted, ladies to know thati
m. GOLDSTEIN, Ladles' Tailor, haa]
removed from Seventh and Franklin
Streets to -'.^ East GrilCO .Street,
where he will bo able lo render bet
tor and quicker service.
fenunnon? c&tanrcD, j rntiilr
,v/ANTi:i?."'r.y"a""lady 'of' exp'e
rtence, a position u.s tnutron of some
institution. Can givd satisfactory j
references. Address l 181?, care I
Tlmes-Disp.ucii._I
l?rlp, Simile ant Annale
w^v'n"teT>^ P e a m sfi:Y:Vs'es.' ivLso i
men tailors, for our alteration de?
partment. Apply thaeimmkr BROS-.
Fiftl? and Broad Streets,
leu_? ?-j-- ...j^.? ?- --.-?
ptofcsj?(D,niil l?rlp <Llttntc?
,w^\N?T'l5DnrY Tl'l I-; <' h A RlViTTE V/?.
Illgli School, two experienced teach?
ers for the year lt?l--t3; one for
tho seventh grade, one for the pri?
mary department. Rest references
expected. Apply to Q. D. SH EPPER?
son, Charlotte C. II.. Va.
ta ?: gag 1 .. i .
Rooms ?Hantto
WANTED!' well" fern ism En room'.
Without board, within IiuIPdiIIu cli'
cl'e. XS'i11 be permanent: slnglo vrtan.
.1 101. cure t lincs-.pl spa t eh.
WAN.TE'D,'AT'PNOE, A t.A.RGEi'.COM
fortable roprti, in srlv.uie family;
prefer Gvacd or FrTmklin Streets.
K 130, care Tlmcs-Dlspalch,
\iUnits, Cciniitrfj
"v?*A N'i'l'lL),"" \5,VN VASSER?}''TO TAK'H
Orders. Now article. Holla ul sight.
K DI.', cure Times-Dlsptileh._
fe- u 11 r i r o rjs a n o ? n I r p inc ri
< ALENDCvr KALKS.M AN WANTED.?
Wis want a rellabjo and capable
salesman at once to onrry our at- ,
tractive line ot calendars, fans and :
advertising specialties In Virginia..
W?. have a splendid line, carorullyi
Sclculcd by men Ion? In this Ijunl-j
Mo??, ???mil who have themselves sold
this clntis ot goods on the road fori
yearn, on our llheru.1 commission
basis plan, n salesman who will do
vole his tlnu exclusively to our line
should haw no difficulty In cleiirlhg
iioin 130 to jioo per week. If you
a inn it who Will work and can
sell t;o.?|s. address MALES MAN- '
At.!Kit, KALAMA/.UU ADVERTISING
'". Kulur.111%00, Mich. Attach thl'l
nd vcrtisoineilt to your reply and give
lull particulars regarding your past
bunin,.?? experience,
? Ii IVANT ONli l-ikst.-'l.ass sales*
mail in represent us in each ;igrieulr!
turnj county In Virginia to call upon
large r a ein und Intni-owners who 11 v ? ?
In in near cities and towns. Somit
knowledge 01 agriculture a big as
sct, imt salesmanship more Import
unt. World indorsed product, which
sells quickly. No competition. Urea I
demand, hecnuse buyers realize big
profits. You can earn $300 to JC'Jd :
or more iir?t muntii. No Investinent,
hut highest references and excluslvi
time required. Immediate action inc.
cHsury. GERMAN AMERICAN Nl
TRAJUIN?' CO. fall or address at
ohec ii. a BRIDGE, District Man
nifi-r. Hotel Richmond, Jtichtnoud. Va.
salesman WANTED.?AN OLD AND
WOII established stock remedy com?
pany wishes to employ a traveling
tmlc-uman to work in Virginia. l.'n
li kn you are till experienced slock
r< medy or patent medicine aaloB
m;,,*i, do not .apply. . Unquestionable
references required. w<- offer good !
contract: straight commissions, or|
commissions plus legitimate travel- I
lug expenses, accoroltig to clrcum'*|
Stances and ability 0| applicant. Ad
dreitj sales MANAG lilt. MAOIO
FOOD COMPANY, Chattahoogo. Tenn.
WANTED, EXPERl ENCED BELT
dressing salesmen to handle A No. 1
product In Virginia, West Virgilen,
North and South Carolina, State
references and record. Hl? proposi?
tion. Also handle Drl-Scal ?nies ln
territory. Dill-SEAL PRODUCTS j
CO., 223 W. superior Street, Chicago
111.
TOTI113 ltl31?URLlOAXS OK VIRGINIA:]
Whereas, Certain men claiming to!
be Republicans huvo mot at various:
places and lintel In this Slate and |
llicgulty and fraudulently held What i
wt'rc called city, county .and district I
conventions, and a Stale Convention;I
in violation of the principles of the
Itepttbllcan party and contrary to th'-,
letter and spirit of the call' of tlio;
Republican National Cotnmlttee, and ;
did In such Conventions Improper!;
end Illegally elect delegates to the |
Republican National Convention,
which meets in Chicago June is. 1913,
and did elect a chairman for the
Republican party for the State of j
Virginia, and did ho many other1
Illegal and fraudulent acts destruc-1
live of the lobt interests of said |
patty; and
Whereas. These Illegal meetings
?* ? re held In placer, purposely design
? d to proven) the attendance of|
many qualified Republican electors,'j
win, could not attend euch meetings ,
without subjecting themselves
Klv.U bodily harm, and
Whereas, meetings wer? held
buildings where It 1? unlawful for]
colored persons to assemble oh ac?
count of ilty ordinances prohibiting!
colored persons from assembling
therein, and
Whereas. It Is the desire of Vir
gliilu Republicans to tuke steps to
rci>udiut< tie. unlawful acts above rc-.l
ferred io. and to have and to hold]
lawful city, county and district eon-1
vcntloiKf and h State Convention,
saulzcd an as t" properly expi
the will of the'Republican electors |
or Virginia:
Therefore; Tin- undersigned, acting I
far and In behalf of the Republican
electors of tie- Third Congressional I
District of the State of VtrRlif.n. do I
hereby request the Republicans In
each 'county and city In .-aid Third;
Congressional District to meet Ini
mass-convention at Richmond, In the'
county of llenrlco, on the I2T1I DAY
OF APRIL, at the hour 12 noon, for |
the purpose of Issuing a call tor
District Mass-Convention to clOc
two delegates and two alternates to I
the Republican National Convention,]
which meets In Chicago, June
1012, and to do such other things I
as free American cltlxens assembled]
in their own right may lawfully do.
Respectfully.
J. R, POLLARD.
Richmond, Va.;
p.. l. JONES,
llenrlco Co.;
CHAS. JOHNSON. JR.,
Richmond, Va.;
Ii, V. TP UN KU.
Richmond, Vs.;
I?. I'. BRAGG,
Itlchinond, Va.;
S b. brown.
New Kent Co.;
F. IV GOODMAN,
Chesterfield Co.;
K.MMETT ICINNEY.
Ha lioVer Co.
TO THE I'UlildC:
i wish to announce that T do
all kinds of carpenter and brick]
work, build and repair houses. Office,
603 N. Twenty-ninth Street. V. j. |
ZAJAC. _
WANTED, THE public TO know
that JAHNKE ukos.. Jewelers. 91J
East Main Street, bJy. sell, exchange
and REMOUNT diamonds in THE
LATEST STYLES. Old gold nnd sil?
ver always tjil<en_ In exchange._
IrrTks- bought, "sold and en-]
I changed. LAWSON'S book shop,
in; Boat Rrond Street. _
j?u?iiics? Qppurmninf0
AVANT'E'ii." "a~"b?c'tOlT "lfS?TSTe'rKD I
in Virginia, for office practice and
hospital work only. Salary {160 per |
month, wltii chances tor promotion
ai ability is; demonstrated. Elegant
1 office an', strictly modern sanato?
rium. Musi Invest Sl.?OO. A. J.
KIMMON8, M. !>.. Bristol, Va.-Tonn.
WANTED,. PHARMACISTS CLERKING,
with * 1,000, to come to see mo tliut|
1 may help them fret In business
for theihselves and to make cood |
Hftlarles. Address G. O. CONODON,
I'hoelius, VaJ_
WANTED, MAN WITH $-J,000; GET IN I
.business for yours.If; money to lie j
i secured and make ii good talary.
Conn- to see me. ! ' estate agents |
1 do not apply. Q, G, CONGDON, Phoe?
bus, Vn.
11A V i N i ; I > E CID ED It I MAKE A j
change in business, I am offering my
Blish, blind, door and building ma- |
Icrlal tnaniifaciuring business for]
sale. I'or turtlier information ad?
dress or apply to W. J. WHITE
HURST, Tenth and Dyrd Streets,
Richmond. An._
Jooatfjinjj
ImAISON KRANCAISE, 112 NO 1 ITH
! Eighth Street. Richmond. \ra.. Louis |
Chevalier. I'roy. (late, chef Palace
Hotel. Snh Francisco, and chef Mot-1
ropolltun Club, Washington, D. C>,
caterlttg nnd preparing for private I
dinners n specialty; Erouch table I
d'hote dinner dally, f?:30 to- 9 P. m ,
60c;; lunch daily, 11:30 A. M. to a !
P. M.. JOc; mci.ls also served a la'
carte. For privato dinners, etq., j
cooks will bo furnished at residences |
If desired. Phone Madison 1038.
MRS. C~IC""l30\VKltS. 115 E. FRANK
Illi, rooms and board for permanent |
and transient guests. Dining room]
_well equipped. '_
1003 WEST; ORAOK STREET?ROOMS |
witli board. Terms moderate.
PI11 VATE FAMILY-~WILL .TAKE A I
congonlnl sotiplo who would 'appre?
ciate n plea.--,mi homo and good
board. V. O, 13ox-11, Station B.
DAILY PUZZLES
Something which
Laster- x
ASainBH TO YKSTKH DA Y\S ru/.ZLD.
Troll.
S;ot feau
DELICIOUS smith Kl ELD SAUSAGE
_now on sale at your grocer's.
for, wagons go to Richardson
BROS.. C1? Brook Avenue. Painting,
repairing und i ubber-tlro worn .:
Madison 1467,
we UUY, sell AND EXCHANGE I
second-hand machinery of every do-]
eciiptlou. 1. DLUFOKD & CO.. 10381
_Bast Cary Street.
SOJA BEANS.?GOOD STOCK: LI.mTi"- I
ed quantity. Also black, clay and
mixed peas, for sale by U. ETHER*
IIJOB ,<t co., 31-33 Commence street,I
Norfolk, Va._
F?1I SALE, ONE HIGH-GRADE RUB
ber-tlrcd busluesu buggy, joO. two'
tup buggies, steel Hits, ?35 and 135:
bhe top gl-Occryy wagon in pt-rtcct
t jutting order, JO". A. MEYER'S.;
*<j::*._i 31 _E"t>t Cary Strcet.
M V" i.BNEKAL MERCANTILE Busi?
ness in Sussex county, forty-live
miles of Richmond, Va,; eight miles
ol the Atlantic Coast Line. An es-'
tUbilshcd bustnoss stand of twt lit}
live years. flS.uOO ?tu t20.oo0 trade;
books o|>en to Inspection to any one
that mentis business: ?l.ooo to f5.00'J 1
stock, wnicli can be reduced to suit
buyer if Ui wish Terms will jt
made vcrj easy. Address c 590, cure]
Tlnics-Dispatch.
FOB ~SALE, ONE LARGE DOUBLE
db?f bail (lute, one light grocery
wagon, one-horse truck, one ruboor-1
lire Victoria, Apply 608 Twenty
seventh Street._ I
FOI i s A1.1:. ON E '" 1 Tu BS E. RUBBER-'
tired top buggy and rubher-tlred
runabout, an in good condition.
Good reason for selling. o 3 1. care
Tunes-1 dsp?tch.
FOR S.\LEi LAP.-; E~A sso htm ENT of
business wagons, top and open, for
eve. y ui Lowest prices. Easy
terms. A. MEYEB'S SONS. i31 East
Cary .Strict.
fob sale. lot of NICE FEHN1
iure. Apply 501 North Twenty
sixth Streut._i
c 1 ? M PLE t E ELECTRIC LIGHT
plant, consisting ot 3ti-horsepowr r
Nash gasolene engine, 115 volt. 20u
light. Huilock generator: 600 gallon
gasolene tank, switchboard. belts,
Wires, etc. Address B EG ISTHA r,
college William and mar v.
Willlamsburg. Va._j
personals
LADIES, FOR YOUR EASTER SUIT
sec our selection of choicest male
rials ami up-to-date styles. II.
LEWIS, fashionable ladles' Tailor.
303 West Uruce Street.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT AND SOLD |
at hug HESS. 20S North Third.
anantcti
\\r.\ Sted" 'to' ^ bu y~ f?rw""ca8h1
household goods in any quantity.
Phone Madison 3851._
WANTED, EARTH to FILL CP hole
at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home.
Apply to J. E. GRAVES, Com?
mandant.
WANTED. TO PURCHASE! TOWER TO 1
carry 2,000-gallon tank. Address,
with price and particulars, to II S&,
care Times-Dispatch.
W? VIEdT'PIG EONS. OLD OR SQUABS.
_stall 20. Old Market._
WANTED. EVERYBODY TO ATTEND
Old Dominion Motorcycle outing at
Fair Grounds Easter Monday. Egg
hunt from '-' to G; motorcycle races,
4 to C. Children under 10 years
free; adults, ?Jf, cents. Cash prises
for egg hunt and races. Tuke street j
ears to grounds.
Soarb tClartteb
WANTED, HOARD FOR WIFE AND
four children In country, in Pied?
mont section of Virginia. Children
12, 10, S and 11 months. Only or?
dinary country board wanted, and
must he reasonable. Address MRS.
PULLEN; 106 Cordy St., Tampa. Fla
Cool ano CClooD
GOOD SLAB WOOD OUR SPECIALTY,
fl per cord; dry pine, Ihc best, }7;
oak, $6.50. Order from us. We will
treat you right always. MIDLO?
THIAN WOOD CO. Phono Madison
3 01 *_
LONG IS THE REAL WOOD MAX.
His large block dry oak and pine,
perfectly dry slab for cooking, cheap.
\11 kinds of hard and soft coal. Aiso
New River lump and R. O. M.. big
stock. Delparcn anthracite Is cheap
cst. Phone Madlsop 1069._
t^oiltttg, V^fts ano Eiuc fetorK
Fo iTs^leTe a sTE?fTr>x "f enm e r"s.
Can be seen at 25^r. Kensington Ave.
FOR SALE, COMBINATION HORSE. 5
years old; good saddler and no belter
driving horse ever produced; not
afraid of anything except whip
MAIN STREET MARKET. HENRY E.
WINSTON, Proprietor, 2101 W. Main
Street. Madison 5111; Monroe 177?.
EAGLEHURST white LEGHORN ego
farm; eggs for Bitting, $1 for 15; $5
per 100. HENRY EAGLETON. Route
S. South Richmond._
TWO FHKS1I COWS WITH CALVES
by their sides. WALLER TAYLOR
SON. 109 N. Eighteenth Street.
Ural estate Gftantrrj T~
furnished or unfurnished, n llrsl
class hotel or hoarding house in
tills city of Richmond or States of
Virginia or North Carolina. Address
P. O. Box No. IC'i, Richmond, Va.
WANTED, BEST F?TlM~THAT $10,000
will buy. Give full description of
properly, water, railroads, doctors,
?schools, churches and general lo
eallty. C. Station "A." Box 23.
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH "j. A. CON
NELLY & CO. Write postal for nec
essurv blanks._
&uto mobiles for ^nlc
tTsEri^FC>Rlj''^rA^
1010; two, three and llve-passengor;
in excellent condition; owners putt
chasing 1012 motlcls. Will send In?
structor home with out-of-town pttr
I chasers. FORD AUTO CO., 1629 W.
1 ' Broad Street._ _
FOR VSAtiE,' 1911 MODEL CADILLAC
automobile, In perfect condition; tlrcH
practically new. Can he seen at
FOSTER MOTOR CD. Price reason?
able. ..
total QZ&taxt for 8?oAt.
kok sale. sixi;u; lot, in MONIT?
merit Annex. S&xllQ fect. Address
<; r.?. core Times-pUpalcli,
BIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, u ai.l.ack ani>
West; throe lots. Twentieth and T
Street*. I
?cal; <LWtatc jF?c lunt
T'Wrj ' ~Njf?B*"ST? ? I: bs I "It KENT,
suitable for any business, with n.lco
flats above; nil city Improvements; i
i 'n nor Mrond and Boulevard: also 4-1
room fiat. $7 and ??.
WANTED. TO HUNT STABLE. with
six or eight stall? and shed for foiir
large wagons; centriil locntlon pre?
ferred, will consider others. Phono
Monroe 3471;
FOR HENT, aooii b^r??m iTousb j
ivllh gulden. sl\ miles from Itluh
mond. on Richmond ami Petersburg
Electric Railroad. Plicnc County i
-?IOC.
---1
OWNER WISHES TO RENT CON
venlcrrt 8-rOoni house on ear line.
Highland Park. Call Madlson 300-J.
FOR. RENT, OEF1CK SPA CK IN 1020 J
Hull .Street. South Richmond. Ap- :
ply on premises. j
Kooni? Jfoc L\rnt
NICELY ITKNISIIKTi ROOMS, WITH
or without board. ",1s Last Mar-,
shall._I
TWO FRONT ROOMS, WITH OR
without board. 935 \v est Grace.
a^ujcrllancousj
" UPHOLSTERING.
FURNITUR B REPAIRED AND POL
IsYicd. multrcsees renovated, mill.,003
bouKhl and cold. LEVY, Iho Uphol
steror. Ma West Broad. _
SHOE REPAIRING.
56c. HALFSOLH MB.VS SHOES, 60o. !
ladlea; every pair sewer; best loatn- i
er; no nulls. n< pegs, ltuyal rub- !
b?r hccla, tide.; Trcu-Air ruuuer heels, |
40a: leather neols rebuilt liau i.e...
26e\ DREW'S ELECTRIC SHOE
FACTORY. Vlti E. Mam, Phone Moil- j
roe 2Bt>?. I
SLIP COVERS.
IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, FOR BED
loom or parlor. Made to ill. SYD- j
nur &. H? NDLEY, INC., Seventh und'
Grace. Madison 3204. i
ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS.
AN INSPECTION OF MY HIGH-GRADE
collection win no doubl convince you '
of my low prices for the grade 1
handle. Many other u^o'is and nov- :
eitles on hand. un;s hosiery for
ladles. A. G. YARlD, 211 N. Kit in
Street.
S?ccwn??j
TO* fH^^T?clCH?L?Elis" oV THE
riaynie snow Company, Inc., oi .
Ret dvllle, \ irg'.nia:
lou are here-oy notified that on the '
16TH DAY OF APRIL. 19.13. at 1
P. M., at Roodvllle, Va., mere will
be held a called meeting of ihu
stocknoldcrs of the liaynie Snow
Company, Inc., ot Reooviilc, Vu.. tue
genet al object, ol Which said meet?
ing will be to consider and deter?
mine tno advisability and expediency
Ol merging or consolidating ine sutd
company with inc lithton Toulson!
Dil uml Guano Company, Inc.. of
Miln. Vu , a corporaiicui doing a
similar business, and ot Building, in
the event of such merger or con?
solidation, a dsn factory at Chlnco
teague, Va., building a new Hall
steamer, issuing hew und additional
stock, and alt oilier stops necessary
and incident to tho above menl'oucd
general object.
By order of the President and
Board of Directors.
T. W. HAYNIE,
_ Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tue Alocniurlo Paper
ManutuclUrtng Company will be held
In tno board room of the Business
Men's Club, American National Bank
Ruiidirig, on THUR8DAY, April 11,
1912, at 11 o'clock a. M.
(Signed) A. F. ROBERTSON,
_Sccre'tary and Treasuror.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THE
Hintun Toulson Oil and Guano Com?
pany, Inc., of Mila, Virginia:
You are hereby nottllcd that on
APRIL 10, 1912, at t P. M., at Rced
ville, Va., there will be lield a cull?
ed meeting of the stockholders of Hie
lliniou Toulson Oil and Guano Com?
pany, Inc., of Mini, Va., iho general
object of which meeting will be to
consider and determine the advisa?
bility and expediency of merging or
consolidating ihe said company w'th
the Haynle Snow Company, Inc.. of
Rcedville, Va., a corporation doing d
similar business, nnd of building, u\
the event of such merger or con?
solidation, a fish factory at Chine o
teaguc, V.l., building a now tlsh
steamer, issuing new and add't.ion-.il
stock, and all other steps necessary
and incident to the above mentioned
general object.
By order of tho President and
Board of Directors.
T. HOWARD JKTT,
_Secretary.
MEMBERS OF CAPITAL CITY LODGE,
No. 11, I. U. P. O. E. of W., will
meet at Johnson's Hall SATURDA1
EVENING. April tl, 1912, at o'clock,
to make arrangements for the burial
ot o?r deceased brother, JAMES B.
HAMLIN.
By order of Lodge.
W. L. WHITE.
Exalted Ruler.
A. J. BROWN.
Secretary.
Richmond, Va.. April j, 1912.
THE ANNEAL MEETING OF THE
Prison Association of Vlrgin'a for
the transaction of huaincss will bo
held at No. 3"! East Main Street,
Richmond, Vu . TUESDAY, Apr'l IG,
1912, al S:K. P. M.
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE C. JEFFERSON,
Secretary.
STiilf? JDropojsnljS
estim'atks ""will" beTre ce i vei? It
this ofllco for the purchase and re?
moval of the building known as
Murphy's Hotel, Nos. S01. S0.'l, 805,
807, SU9 East Broad Street, stating
time required to clear oUo anil
amount of bonds to guarantee con?
tract. Estimates must be In. thin
olllce not Inter than SATURDAY.
April 2u, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon.
The company reserves the right
to reject anv and all bids.
I (Signed)
MURPHY'S HOTEL (INC.).
By JOHN MURPHY, President
jOUce r|f state Highway Commission.
Richmond. Va., March J7, I'll 2.
BIDS Wil.L BE RECEIVED AT Til K
I clerk's office at Tazewell; Vit., until
12 O'clock noon FRIDAY, April 12,
for tho construction ot a steel bridge
at Cellar Bluff, in Tazewell county.
Plans and specifications on lllo at
this olllce ami at tiic clcrk'a olllce.
A certified check for $-jf,o to ate >:u
pany each bid. The right is reserv?
ed to reject any mid all bids.
Further information furnbincd on
application to Hie undersigned.
P. ST. J. WILSON.
Stnte Highway Commissioner.
WANTED. BIDS TO FURNISH Sup?
plies for Southwestern State Hos?
pital, for the months of April, May
anil June., 1913. Bids must be sealed
and marked "Bids to Furnish Sup?
plies," and addressed to the under?
signed; accompanied with samples of
goods Offered, und must be in by s
o'clock A. M- of tho 11 TH DAY OF
AlTR IL, 1912.
A list of such goods ao uro wanted
will be furnished upon application.
All goods must be delivered F. < >. n
Marion. Va.. Depot. The right to
ucc.pt or reject any or all i.i.is Uf.
fcrcd Is reserved.
This April B. 1912.
A< H, CHBUONPJY.
$UiYtt.rjL
Ctjurcfj ?o--??^
PIIE3BYTERIAN.
ITH ST PnBSUYTBRIA-N CHURCH I
(Grat? and Madison StroetsL-rPreachlnsj su
U A. M. and ? 1'. M. by the pastor. Rev.
P. T. Md'ADEN. I>. D. Hlblo CIuj.es at W.
Sunday School at 9:30.
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Preaching *t ll o'clock A. it. by Htv. TIIII
l!?'.N 11. RICE. i>. D? Slid at 8 P. M.
AT OIIACJS STllBKT PRESBYTERIAN ,
Church.~-Servlcos ot ll o'clock A, M. ??">* j
? o'clock P.M. preaching by Dil. LILLY.]
Morning subject, "Risen With ChrUl," and |
.u night. "Altogether Lovely.*'
CHURCH OP IHK COvHNANT?REV. J.
CALVIN STEWART; l>. D.. pastor, Preach- 1
Inir ?I 11 a. Mi and ! I?. M. by thy pastor. |
Wednesday service at s P. M. Sunday '
School in ?130 A. M . and ih? Mcn'a Utblo
Clus? meets at W A. M. Com? and worship]
?Stil II?. Sr.it? all free. ;
W K S T M 1 N 8 T H It PRESBYTER IAN ]
ChUrch-tJtov. JAM Et) V. FAIR. D. O.. I
tor. Preaching U A. M. ana 4 I*. M. l>y the |
pastor. Welcome.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUROII tBROAD AND]
Twelfth Streets),?The pastor. Rev. OEO. [
W. McDANlEE, D. 1?.. ?111 preach at 11 a.
Mi ar.d i P. M. Graded Sunday School,I
tiara, i and Phllatb4ll Classes (?V. W. Pat-1
tersoa, Hupt.), :e30 a. M. All welcome.
SB* OND li.vf TEST CHURCH (FRANKLIN |
and Adams Btrcols) ?Service? ll A. M. and |
P. Mi Graded Sunday School at 9:30 A. M.
Organised Classes tor mon and women. Dr. |
13. M. POTKAT. president of Furmsn Uni?
versity. Greenville, s. C. win conduct botb|
morning and nlitht Service*. Ctiolr selec?
tion.. Morning?"Organ protudc. "Largo I
Maestoso" and "Allegro" Irom First Sonata |
(Oiillmaht) i "Awakei Thou That Steepest"
(Maker); "Welcome Happy Morning" |
(Itotmer); offertory. "Serenado" (Flakier,;
offertory anthem, "Now Is Christ Risen"]
? Warren); Organ poslludo, "Pomp and Or-1
cuiniiunce" (Blgar). Evening?Organ pre?
lude. "Jubilate Deo" (Silver): "Awakfl Up
My Glory" (Rarnby); "God Hath Appointed
ti Day" i Tours): offertory. "Romance In
F" (Richmond); offertory anthem, "C.lorla
In Ex eels Is" (Wilson); organ postlude,
"Orand Chorus" (ijullnmnt). The quartet'j
Choir Is cOmposed of Mr?. F. V. Uunn, so-1
liratin; Miss Ocllno MacDonaM, contralto; I
licWli Clitchlns, tenor, and Norman Call,'
baritone. Organist and director. Ernest Cos-,
by. I
ORAOE STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(Uracc ami Foushee Street??.?Preaching at
II A. M. by the Rev. JOHN 11. EAGER, D.
D., of Baltimore. Md.'l subtect. "Death and
R< sorreetl?n": at *> I'. M., mblect, "The
It-!,:." Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. (Chits.
It. Winston, Supt.). I'rnyer-meotlhg Yrxd
ricsday ai J P. M. Th? public, especially
mi aimers, arc cordially Invited to worship
with us.
GROVE AVENUE BAPTIST.' CHURCH
I Grove Avenue and Harrison Street)?Rev.
W. C. JAMBS. Th. D.i pastor. Preaching
by the pastor at 11 A. M. and S 1'. M. Sun?
day Sobool at PTI A. M. (Jnincs n. Wood,1
SupL), Wednesday evening prayer-meeting
in s o'clock.
I.EIUH STREET HAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Twenty-fifth and Leigh streets).?
JOHN J. WICKER. pastor. 11 A. M..
reception of'members; S P. M.. evangelistic]
services. Sunday School S:3fl A. M. (C. O.
Alley, Supt.). All welcome.
METHODIST.
CKNTBNARY METHODIST CHVRCHl
(UraCH between Fourth nnd Fifth).?Rev.
V,\ J. VOUNG. D. V., pastor. Preaching by]
the. pastor at 11 A. M, and S P. M. Morn?
ing ufiject. "The Power of on Endless
Lite"; evening subject, "Where Arc Our
Dead?'" Beautiful Easter music. Suitflay
School, with organised Bible classes, at 9:30
A. M. All seats free.
DROAD STREET METHODIST CHURCH.
Preaching at l! A. M. and s p. M. bv the
pastor; Rev. FRANK L. WELLS. Special
Easter music morning and nlsht. Subject of
morning sermon, "The Hollginn of the
Risen Lord," and of the evening rcrmen,
"Voices of Spring."
CHRISTIAN. I
:-' E V E N T II S T RE' T CHRISTIAN 1
Church.?Preaching botb morning snd mn
!.-ic by Hi,.- pastor, I'.cv. H. D. C. MAC*
LACH LAN. Subject at ll A. M? "Christ'?
Rift or Peace"; at 8 I; M? "Recogaltion lo
Heaven." Sunday Bohool at 9:3) A. M.
LUTH ERA N.
THE FIRST E.NCJLISH EVANOSLICAL
Lutheran Church (cortcr Monument Avenuei
nnd Lombard)' Street).?Rev. J, J. seinen
ER, JR., pa-tor. 11 A. M? reception of,,
members, holy comtnur.ton; ebort talk by
tlie pastor, "What the Resurrection Means
t- You." A. M., ESater service of the
Sunday School. 7 P. M., Luther League,
rsubjeet, "The Stone Rolled Away." s p.
M? holy communion; subject, of sermon,
"Easter Echoes."
EPISCOPAL.
MORN 1 NO SERVICE AND HOLT COM
munion at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.
IVeilhampton, at 11:1.", A. M? Easter Sun
day. Rev. ? BORGE FI.OYD ROGERS, of
LynehbU'-S, will officiate on account of the
Hit.'Si of the rector. MR. KAR LAND
CHIUSTIAN SCIENCE.
REGULAR SERVICES OK KIR ST
Church of ChrUl, Scientist, will be held to?
morrow morning In church edifice (corner
Park Avenue nnd Meadow Street) at u
o'clock. Subject, "Unreality." Wednesday
evening testimony and experience meeting
at S:3u. The rending-roonts are located at
Vi'.M North Sixth Street, and are open every
week day from 10 A. M, to 6 V. M. All are
cordlaMy Invited.
UNITARIAN.
FIT.ST UNITARIAN CHURCH (FLOYD
Avenue and Harrison Street)?Rev. ALEX?
ANDER T. BOWSER, minister. Subject tor
Sunday, April T, "Tho Resurrection of Jesus
and Its Leaidh for L's." Services at U
o'clock. All scats free.
SUTTON GETS DAMAGES
AGAINST EXPRESS AGENT
Avrnrd of fjsr.o by Jury In Spolsyl
vnuin Court?luterrnl lu Muni?
cipal Election.
IS;., elal to The Times-Dispatch.1
Frederlcksburg, Vn., April ?The
Jury in tin- Circuit Court of S|>otsyl
vanln county yesterday, in tlie case ot
the damage suit of Montgomery Sut
ton. of Stafford county, against tue
Adams Express Company, brought in a
verdict exonerating the oxprjss cim
p.'iny and awarding damages to th
amount of $;tr,o to Mr. sutton against
H. G. Howard, who was the agent ot
the company here when tho dlrtlcpity
between Mr. Howard and Mr. Sutten
took place at tlie cxpDss ofllce.
The Circuit Court m' Spotfij'lvanlu
county, in the case of Benjamin .1. Polf;
laize, charged with carrying extreme
loads over the permanent improved
highways of Spotsylvanla county, tinej
Polf-lali'.e $150 a:id C03t.';. Tlt<> court
was askdd to set aside tho verdict and
will hear argument.
Interest is Increasing in tho coming
municipal election, which takes place
Tuesday, June 11, for the election ot
Mayor and members of the City Coun?
cil. There ara two candidates for the
! mayoralty. .1. P. Rowe and Henry War?
den. A. M. Garner and Joseph M. Gold?
smith, prrsent members of the Coun
' clu, whose terms will expire, will not
be candidates for re-clscllon. E. M.
Young, I.. W. Green. C. R. Howard
, nnd s. W. Somorvllle, present members
of the Council; will he candidates for
{re-election. Others mention .-l as prob
' able candidates ate Captain T. M. Lar
kln, Dr. .1. Gnrnott King, George W.
i Hcllin, II. F. Crlsmond, M. L. Boiling.
M G. Willis, Jr., and J. F. Guuldman,
Jr.
.lohn W. Allison. Jr., of this c ly. has
sold to .lohn B. Schroder, of Michigan,
the A. H. Garnett place. In Middlesex
county, on the lower Ruppahaniiock
RlVJr, at a (rood price.
C. II. Ilurkamp, of "Boscobel." near
this city, has been appointed on,- of
the .Indues of hunters for the Toronto
I lots,- Show, in Canada, which takes
place April 30 tu May I. He has not
yet decided whether he CHin ace.-pl
or not on account of business engage?
ments.
I The Normal School closed' last eve
nine for the Easter holiday anil will
reopen Tuesday morning, Many of the
pupils hava gone to their respective
homes to spend Easter,
rout masters to lie Appointed.
[Special to The Tlines-Dlspateh.]
Washington, April 5.?-Postmasters
are. to he appointed at Lawrencevllle,
I Einporla and North Emporiu, Va? dur
i lug tlie next few days. At Luwrenco
I ville, the incumbent, Mr. Harrison, is
I an old Confe'lerulo soldier, and there
i^ a strong effort to have him re?
tained. It is said Ihtit tlie Post-Ofllce
Department will reac--oint him on his
record. John A. Malloy hits the In
dnrscmenf of the local referee and in
addition to this, there are one or two
otinr applicants for. the plane.
W. T. Tlllar, at Kmporin, and P.. <;.
Dyson, at North Emporln, arc both
indorsed by the regular Or^aiilz?ilvyt
Aid. V?-^.<^L'ili^j^ ^^lU^^l, ~
Plans for Its Destruction to Be
Laid in Washington
on April II.
OPERATING TEST FARM AGAIN
Charlotte County Experiment
Station Will Be Abandoned
After This Year.
As soon ob the appropriation made
by tho last .Legislature lb available, In
June. Vlrsfinl.i. will begin Its campaign
against oiusinut bll&nu At thu re?
quest of the Siulo Loard of .ignoui
luro, backed by Judge Martin Wil.lams,
the UenoraJ Assembly set asldo Jo.Ood
lo save too cncainut limber of the
statu from this new danger wbicn
threatens It with destruction.
i hi:.ng t'.ic legisiutlvu session, a con?
ference on lite. subject was held at
llarrtsburg on tlio invitation of the
Governor of Pennsylvania, Fornior
Senator George U. KceTtull, of Hock- |
lligiia'ui, represented Virginia at the>
request of Uovernor Murin. It tran
,-pired that Pennsylvania, realizing the
danger, had appropriated no less than
$276,1)00 to fight the blight.
There Is no cure?no remedy. When
blight attacks a tree It must be cut
down and burned, so as to provenl the
spread of tau infection. Fortunately >
it has appeared only In a lew spots
in Virginia, but is likely to extend
its baleful inllucncos. Tho chestnut |
timber of Virginia is supposed to oe |
worth fully *;iu,euo.i>0'J. In Pennsyl- 1
vanla It hug doKtroyed much valuable!
material, but It Is hoped now to check'
its advance.
A meeting will bo held In Washing?
ton, inspired by olticluls of tho United
States Depart incut ol Agriculture, on I
April 11. Commissioner tvomer, of the
Virginia Department of Agriculture,!
Will lie In Nashville at the meeting otl
file Southern commercial Congress, buti
Judge Martin Williams will uu present
I and will try to get all tho liolp hol
cuti for this State. It Is understooii j
i that a good deal of r'cdoral help wiill
j be availuble this year. It Is ln the
line of Investigation atiel research, the
results being used by the States as the
bases for action.
TEST FARM ABANDONED
experiment Station at Charlotte Will
lie Operated Thin truson.
Although the Staiu has tormnlly
abandoned thu experimental farm at
J Saxe, Charlotte, county, which It has j
operated for sovoral years, it will con?
tinue In charge for tho present calen?
dar year, and la now engaged in pro
paring for tho season's work. By act j
oi the Legislature, the provisional gut
of the farm to the State by the county
of. Charlotte has been annulled, und
the farm goes back to the county,
which nun always retained its rever?
sionary interest. j
The property has never been re- !
garded us suitable for the purposes
of a test rorm. It was largely loo
' tccp. For testing purposes there
; should be flat spaces for comparison
and for utilizing similar tracts In dif?
fering ways. Seeds washed out, fer?
tilizers wcro washed away, tho land
Itself was swept out by rains.
Somewhere In that section, perhaps
again In Charlotte, the statu Hoard of
Agriculturo will some day buy an?
other farm and select what It wants.
Fire Company Licensed.
5 A license was Issued yesterday by
the Bureau of Insurance to the Newark
Fire Insurance Company, of Newark,
N. J. 11 haB a capital stock of ?">00,
000. Joseph Button, Commissioner of
Insurance, is tho statutory agent for
Virginia.
?rennmau Buck nt Deal:.
Deputy Insurance Commissioner .T.
N". Brcnamah enme to his desk In the
Capitol yesterday afternoon utter nit
The Steinway
and a Score of
Other High-Grade
Are sold by ue. Every instru?
ment is guaranteed to give
lasting satisfaction.
Let us send you free cata?
log.
103 E. Broad St.
Oldest Music House in Va.
and N. G.
Illness of four months. For tho
greater part of this tiino he has boon
confined to his room, and has at no
time been ready for work until the
present. Many friends congratulated,
blm on his recovery and on the for?
tunate termination of hin sick leave.
VERDICT AGAINST N. A W,
| Stint of tf?.OOO Awarded by Jury to
Powers.
{Special to The TIincs-Dlspatch.]
! Berryvlllc, Vn , April r..?For the first
j time In sover?l yours tho term of tho
j Circuit Court, which opened Monday
j of last we u. continued into tho tol
j lowing week, adjourning Thursday af?
ternoon. A number of ca.3ea of con
I sidcrable Importancec a mo up. tho most
i Important on tile civil docket being;
I that of Powers vs. the Norfolk and
] Western Hallway Company, in whicti
I damages to the p^:tent of $2,500 wero
asked. $1.000 of the amount being for
I the benefit of K. N. Gllpln. Gllpln wiia
I accompanying ti^o horses in a cois_cil
route to Boston, the live stock being
' ths property of Thomas Powers, oC
I that city. Near Newark. N. J.. a trans
: fer point, the car was 'bumped," Which,
restated In the overturning of a lar.
tern in the car and a subsequent blaze,
which badly btiined tltc attendant and
the horses to such an .'Xtent that they
died. Gllpln finally recovered. A ver?
dict for the plaintiff to the amount of
3:,000 was returned. The counsel foV
tho dofetiEO moved that tho vsrdict bo
set aside, which the court overruled.
Ho then gave notice of nppeal.
The case of the Commonwealth vs.
Calvin Hill, colored, on the criminal
docket, came up Tuesday. Hill had
been Indicted for assaulting and rob?
bing airs. Estelle Powers. Tho eaao
attracted widespread attention, and on
Wednesday morning th* Jury brought:
in a verdict of guilty Hnd fixed HI'M
punishment nt four years in tho pen?
itentiary. Tho court ordered this, iC
possible, to be changed to work on tho
public roads. The hold-up for which
Hill was tried oecurro dabout sundown
on tho streets of Berryvlllc, tho ac?
cused having wrested Mrs. Powcra'a
purse from her.
tvni Arrnngc for Primary.
[Special to Tito Times-Diapatch.J
Norfolk, Vu., April 0.?Chairman C.
Fenton Day. of Smlthdeld, to-day Is?
sued a call for n meeting of tho Dem?
ocratic committee of ihq Second Dis?
trict to arrange for holding the con?
gressional primary tho coming sum?
mer. Tlis committee will meet next
Monday In Portsmouth. Tho primary
will probably be held in July.
Aged Negro Unrocd to Death.
[Special tp The Tlmes-Dlspatoh.]
Red Hill. Va.. April C?Wilson
Mosby, an obi colored man, much re?
specter in the CovosVllle neighbor?
hood, where be lived, while burning:
brush on Monday In some way fell
Into the fire nml was burned to death.
I Ills body was so hatly charred that it
1 was Impossible to recognize it. llu
was Identified by his shoes.
TT costs little with a ^
?f* Fairbanks - Morse
Lighting Plant. Gives you
the brightest, healthiest,
most convenient light known.
No lamps to
clean and fill;
r low-voltage outfit is abso- fggp? matches
lutely safe, easy to install and
simple to operate and care for.
Engine can be used to run other
machinery or a water system.
Battery suppliescurront when
engine is idle. The 50-light
outfit shown here is complete, ??-'St11
including 50 Mazda lamps and
fixtures.
Larger plamsforlargehotolsand town lighting. Write for Catalogue No.CNl.-~ 3
Fairbanks, Morse & Co,
rrauklln & Governor Sts.,
Richmond, Va.
? for rsasollno mid Oil Engines, Druiinun and Moiorn, Kleetrln Mailt Plan
nil i'mi nr l'limpy \Viii?t mplilfc. U tn.lmlll?. Marine i:iikIiios. llti
<& ths ' ? ik; ?? ? ?
We Iiavt just received for om stock the following
High Grade Machine
One 14x8 "American" High Duty Engine Lathe.
One 16-inch "American" Back Geared Crank Shaper.
One No. 2 "Kempsmith" Plain Milling Machine.
One No. 1 6-Stop Beach Boxmakcr's Cut-Off Saw, 6-Foot
Carriage.
YVc invite your inspection of those tools, which we have
displayed iii our show rooms, Ninth and Gary Streets.
We handle a full line of Wood and Ironworking Machinery.
SMITH-COURTNEY CO.,
Ninth and Gary Sts., Richmond, Va.
? The South's Largest Supply and Machinery House.

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