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OIIEATE9T WANT AND REAL. BS
T?TE MEDIUM IN VIRGINIA, AM)
ONH OV TliJ) Dl:VI' IN AMERICA.
Want Ad Rates
Dully, one cent per rronl iThcn puld
In advance. No Atl. taken (or lens tliitn
ten ernta.
One and oric-balf cents ft ivord nil
classification*! except .Situation Wauled
for Sunday. Situation Wanted, one cent
? Mord. No Ad. .Sunday taken for less
thnu 11 ft ecu eenta.
No Ada. tnken for Iraa than tvrcuty
Ilvn cents when phoned In ot cuarKed
in tbo eounler.
Phono onlertt not Runranlrril.
ClHRNllleiilloiiH not Kuuruuleril after
? iHO 1?. SI.
For hu? I neu? contracts, aend for the
Waut Ail. Mud. I'lmnc Mudrui- 1.
JLo?t anb j-ounu
OPPORTUNITY FOR LADIES.?WE
will employ on t.iiury und comm's
uion basis a few ladles who can
handle a high-class proposition; no
p'.i'illni-. 'nil on tj. B. RiCHARD
sON, basomciit American National
Hivnlt ituti?lliK._
LOST, UV A LADY, MAY 3, ABOUT
*i"u In bllib. Reward. N. W. BOW id
& HON._ _
bt 1IA V U)?, DAROB BLAc7<f 1IOR.s E
With cut on bind I elf. Notify si: 1 |
N. Twenty-eight Street. Phorie Motu i
ron 3577._
l}elp CUuntcb, H?alt
^fXSfrkTu, *'i i eT.i a ? i. irpARMV:1t^Tfil
good team to cultivate large farm
mar Richmond at once. Apply iluoin
Z<i?, No. 12. .'.ottli :.:ntii Street.
W A NTE D," FOK~u". S.~ A I'M V. A IJ LK -
bodied, unmarried men. between aKea
of Ik and 36, citizens of United Blutes,
of good character and temperate hab?
its, who can apeak, read and write
tbo English language. For 'nfor.ua
tion apply to Roerultlng Oflloor, *2Q
E. Broad Street, Richmond. Va.
YOV ARB WANTED FOR GOVERN
nient position; t*g month. Send pos?
tal lor list of positions open.
FRANK UN INSTITUTE, Dept. 3'j7
P. Rochester. N. V._
WANT KI ~. AS "SOLICITOR, A MAN
thoroughly experienced and ac?
quainted with the trade in Richmond
to represent a leading mercantile
agency. A first-class opportunity
and permanent position for the right
man. Address UNITED MERCAN?
TILE AGENCY, No. 41S Equitable
Building. Baltimore. Md._
{WANTED, CVLKDT2R PRESSMAN,
thoroughly experienced In high
grade book and catalogue work,
state experience bad and salary
wanted. Open shop. Pox 692, Khox
yjlle, Tcnn._
iWANTBD. MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; few weeks required; steady
positions for comp.tent gradual
wonderful demand for bar*era. Free
catalogue Rp-lIMOND BARBER
COL1J:gE. Itlelnnnml, Va._
WANTED. "WHITE RA P. It KR. 20 HANK
Street. Petersburg, Va._
WANTED, OALVANIZED 1 RON j
workers Immediately. Pay from jn.^o
to ?2.24 per diem. Apply to tho
HOARD <iK DAR"!'. EMPLOYMENT,
Navy Yard. Norfolk. Va_
' CA F. PI INTERS.
GOOD MECHANICS WANTED
FOR STEADY WORK.
APPLY TO
OLD DOMINION INDUSTRIAL CO..
WESTPOINT. VA._
TR REE ?'? ?M PETENT MALE STEN
Ographers for customers. Salaries,
ISO, and IC5. Maascy graduates
preferred. MASSEY BUSINESS COL-I
LEGE._;_
WANTED. ONE GOOD CABINET- I
maker- Apply SVDNOll & HUND?
LEY, i"2 N. Seventh Street._!
SALKSM MS, iT?r.-tE-T' >-H< ?USB OR
Dliices; splendid proposition. Call at j
Hi; N fn iv-::.-' -:-.-t_i
sitiiuiion? CUtinteD, ?3aic
WA N'TKU POSITION AS?" "cHAVf^- ]
tour, t'nn give reference. Answer,
Stating salary. 11. A. C, care post
master, Norwood. Va._ _|
wanted, by A youno man op
twenty years of age, a position us
bookkeeper or shipping clerk. Can
furnish A No. 1 references. Address
L. e. R. 1412 Chnffln Streo;t._
WANTEI>. AT ON" E, BY BRIGHT
and industrious young !?ian. "position
with chance of pruinottejn in any
general line of business. F C2. care
Times-Dispatch._
A YOUNO MAN desires. AS a SIDE
llnci l" represent some good legiti?
mate proposition In Richmond. Va.. !
and vicinity: references given and
?equlred. Address C ?58, care Tlmcs
rsUpatch,_
StEOISTERED DRUGGIST OF EXPE
rlenco wishes relief work during
May and June. Box 72. Lawrence
vllle, Va
l?clp WHanteti, female
iWO&iAN to "cook aNi > wash fop.
family at Wosthampton, near ear line
and Country Club. Must have refer?
ences; be competent andntronir. i; .f>d
wages. Apply Friday noon IIS East
FronkKn.
Zn^-bTiTvsvfx for ladies.?we
will employ on salnry and commis?
sion haslB a few Indies who can
handle a high-class prnpos'tlon; no
peddling. Cnll on G. S. RICHARD
RON, Basemen! American National
Rank Building.
WAN'TEI), AN EX peri ENCE1 i Y? >d?fi J
lady for hosiery department. Apply
THALHIMER bros.. Fifth and
Broad Streets.
{WANTED, LADIES KOR house-TO
house canvass and distribution of
samples for Richmond and Peters?
burg. Write COURTNEY DRUG COo
Baltimore. Md._
CANVASSERS. 1 I? iT'SE-T' i-llul "S E OR
offices; splendid proposition. Call at
K'2 North Eighth Street,
Situations MJantrt, female
NvantedT' ?t"V*?nce. by domestic .
science teacher, position for summer'
ns general housekeeper und to dal
sewing; children's clothing u so ?- '
cialty. II V'-Vi. cnir- T rnoS-DIspatch :
litlj, P?cY: iinb female
INDUSTRIOUS MEN AND WOMEN
wanted, Room 711. Mutual Building,
to Show every one our goods, fresh
from factory. The best over pro-1
duccd, a necessity In every home.'
factory, bank, business house, school
house, hospital, etc Can readily narn
from $1S to S2."i per week. Pcrma
nent, pleasant. Call at onco before
nil our teriUory Is taken. Hours'
8:.to to 10:30 a. M. and ;::.")'} to 5:50
P. M. j
?oHce?
wOkN^BuC^THB" KSClC TO KNir.V
that J AHN KE BROS.. Jewelers. 912
East Main Street, buy. sell, exchange
und REMOUNT DIAMONDS iN THE
LATEST STYLEfjt Old gold and sil?
ver always taken In exchange.
PH. N. C. MUELLER". SURGEON-CHi
ropodlst, now located at 102 East
Broad Street, over Commonwealth
Bank. Office hours; R a. M.-S P. M.;
Saturday. 10 'P. M.. Sunday. 9-12 M.
Manicuring;. Phone Monroe 2580-L
C?t7NT TilIN l>T ANs" A S THEY PASS
hy. then jiee TOV.PKINS._
LAWN MOWERS SlIAllPENEn and
repaired. BICKERSTA ff, 1S11 Basil
Main Street.
"Bcai'p tfitante?
W^ANTE D,"*B(7a R1 ?^\^^^Jv6^R?OM'fl
In prlvato family (West End) for
rentleman. wife and daughter. B
14, cars Times-Dispatch.
23!t3tnc00 ?Dppoctun(tlc0
0aam^^?to~'t1ik^?a^
my business 1 will take. In a part- |
Her win) can Invest u small cap'lul
with services. Will stand thu closest
Investigation. Satisfactory margin
of prollt. Next to no compotlllon.
If you have thu money and at e In
earnest address E 3Y, care T'nies
Dlspntch._._I_I
WANTED, BY A C'OUPOIVATIOn" OF
rocognlscd standing, with well ea
tabHshed and growing business, a
young man for- seerotary und trcas
Urer. Must ho n stockholder to ex?
tent of $5.000. Profit sharing In
t-tock to Insure his Interest and co?
operation In the business. Must b<?
t thoroughly reliable and competent.
In tho best und most lapldiy grow?
ing edty In Virginia. Groat and
profitable outiooit. Receipts last
year over $7.000. Investor need n>v
take active position. Address (lu
own hand), glvln" auo ami details.
_II 730, caro Times-Dispatch.
WANT,II). AN offp'e MAN WIT'.!
an Investment of $2,500 on a guar?
anteed Ineonie of $1,500 per yc:;r.
Must he itualitled for management of
oiii<?-. References exchanged. Ad
diesH F ?3. earn Times-Dispatch.
WANTED, PARTY WITH $2,500 OR
$3,000 TO TAKE ONE-HALF OP
genera] contracting business. Plenty
of work; 20 prr cent, profit guar?
anteed. .1 77. care Times-Dispatch.
"pomtij?, &tifi ?ino ZLi?c r=?rocK'
?fAi.Ti.'si-:'.Spanish 'poodle, male
pupa, $12.60. Phone T0MPKIN8, 827
W. Proud._
HORSES' REST, HALF-MILE CITY;
Virginia blue sras?; board and pus
turej terms. Madison 40&7-Y.
KIP.ST-f'I.ASS ' ?' i.YIBINATi'" ?N 11 017sT:
lor sale. Can he seen at HUND
LEV'S STABLE. North Klfth Street.
KOI: 8AIJ2, TWO MULES, '? AND S
years old; work any place; also set
of double harness, 'j12 East Cory
Street._
i\iaT"??tinr Joi s=!itii
? OVVN "~~ f> E V Ii It A 1.' ~ J N V:-'tm H NT
properties, business and residential.
In Washington, that 1 will t.-udi for
city or country real estate. .JOHN
(J. SLATER, Hio 0 Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
ATTRACTIVE FOUlt-ACRB POULTRY
farm, one mile from itlcinnond. two
blocks from Petersburg car I'm*,
owner win sen at sacrifice. Ii ?12,
_care T r;.? ?-l?i: pit ,h.
FOR SALE, a DESIRABLE 25-FOOT
budding lot on ijiiallin Street. Jus.:
rive blocks west from By i d Park,
below market price. Jl'.riO takes It.
_App!y BEIT/, 1203 East Main.
SPLENDID IlitlCK INVESTMENT;
corner lot, central location; bound
lo Increase In value; bargain to quick
buyer. JENNING8 Sr CO., Real Es?
tate. 1020 Hull Street.
12-ROOM HI' Bl ? RBAN ilv.MK.ON TRoL
Icy line, six miles from city; ill
n.odern Improvements, good roads,
llshlug and bunting. Well stocked
grocery utore near at hand, c'ty
prhes prevailing. F 71. care Tlmcs
1) spltteh.
IS.) ACRES, $1,600, EASY t ERMs".
bordt-rs beautiful r'ver?Money
making riverside farm In the foot?
hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains,
the most healthful section of Vir
J glnla. Very productive soil. mild
i-llmatc; only three miles to ra'lroad
slntlons and good market; gently
rolling fields; stream-watered pas?
ture for 25 cows; more than 1,000
corda of oak, pine and poplar, and
1 7 5, WO feet timber. Small cottage:
fireplace, spring water; owner ha?
another farm, cannot care for both.
If taken now only $1,600, easy terms.
II 727. care Times-Dispatch. .
136 ACRES; 60 ACRES PINE TR?CK
Ing land; balance pasture and tim?
ber; near car line and city; a real
bargain. JENNINGS <t CO.. Ho?l
Estate, 1020 Hull St.
Foll^SAEI 1. THREE-STORY,7' 12-ROOM
resilience, south sldt Grove Avenue,
lloo block. Apply F '.i. care Tliiies
DlapatCh.
40 FBET BY 179; GROVE AVENGE;
between Meadow and Rowland:
$97.60 per foot. a. j. WARBEN. 115
N? .-H: .-ix :!? Street._
l\C?l estate J-oc Unit
FtHTlTENT". 3616 I * a R K~^A V ENF E.
eight rooms, two baths; combination
1 gins; moderate rental. N. W.
BO WE ft SON._
! FOR RENT, SEVENTEEN tlT) BOOM
furnished cottage at Virginia Bcacii,
Va. Delightfully situated, fronting
on the ocean, near Virginia Beacn
Hotel; two (2) room kitchen attach?
ed; bath houses, etc.; modern con*
I venlences; fully equipped for board.
cr:<; reasonable rent and accomino
Ing terms to reliable party. Ad?
dress ?"J," P. O. Box No. 257, Pe
ters: urg, Va. _
LUiil estate aitintiD
j \S"7\'NTKlJ. ' BY~"FAMILY1 OF FOUR
j adults, furnished 5 or 6-room flat or
small houre in good neighborhood
from June 16 to October 1. Rent
must be low. Suburbs preferred.
Best care and reference. Addrci -,
stating terms, etc., B t'22. care T'mes
l ?!spaten. _
U8U YOUR FARMS WITH J. a. CON
NELLY & CO. Write postal for nec?
essary blanks.
tclanteo
w ANTEIa to buy ' "for cash,
household goods in any quantity.
Phone Madison_3S5L_
WANTED, A COPY OF THE FIRST
edition of a book. "The Heal Lin?
coln." bv Chnrles L C. M'nor.
pages; published In lt-oi. L'boral
price. Address the undersigned.
ALBERT II. GRIFFITH, Kisk. Wis
' consin._
? HAVE" " YO? SEEN Tili. INDIAN
side car? Carries two pnsa'jrii;,. rs
at one-eighth cent a mile. See
TOMPK1NS for demonstration.
pitsonals
TH E ' SIM BELLA CORSET",' MOI'ISII.
comfortable, economical; made to
measure; lltted by a trained cor?
Sctlere. Beware of Imitations.
SPIRELLA CORSET SHOP, 20S N.
Fifth Street. Mrs. Cornelia Moore,
city manager. Phone Madison 7252.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO LADIES: THE
BEST UAlLttt IS ALWAYS A BUC
CESSFI i. TAILOR AND ALWAYS
THE BUSIEST TAILOR. NOTHING
LIKE GIVING ?:<.( j I > SATISFAC?
TION; IT ALWAYS PAYS IN THE
END. J, K ATX, LAtH'ES' TAILOR,
I 20S NORTH FIFTH STREET.
I HUMAN HAIK BOIKUIT AND SOLD
__at HUGH ES S. -.J. North Third.
BICYCLE HEl'AlHlNC, AND BABY
carriages rerpaired, B1CKER?TAFF,
j 1SU TfOust Main str.ct.
zooav?lhg
MA1SON KRANCAISE, 11L' NORTH
ElgUth Street, Rtuhmond, Va., Luuia
CheValior, Prop, (lulu chut I'aluca
Hotel, San (?'ranotoco, and chef .Met?
ropolitan Club, Washington, D. C.>.
catering and preparing for private
, dinners a specialty; French table
i d'hote dinner dally, 6:30 lo l> P. ii,
I C0c; lunch daily, 11:30 A. M. to 3
r. M., hoc; me:.Is also served u, la
carte. For private dlnnera. etc.,
cook9 will be furnished nt res'lences
i If desired. Phone Madison M3S.
Ml IS. C. K. BOWERS, iTi E. FRANK
1 i.ii. rooms nnd bond'd for permanent
ami transient guests. Dining room
well eqiilpped. _
i?0.i'"w EST TillACK STKKIOT, ROOMS,
with or without board. _
MIPS WOOD, 507 W. GRACE; ~l\bOM
and bourd; tablo board.
DAILY PUZZLES
What Instrument of torturc7
aks weh TO 1 kstisiiuax's puzzle,
Hasten,
3:oi Sj?Ie
Alj. K_LN4/a ??!?' sCALEs' UriVAHlKD.
m<:Kwn.srAf'f, lsu ?. Alain Street.
FOR ??OUNSUO TU lUCHAilD?O.S
i>i;o^i., Brook Avenue, Painting,
repaii Inn uuu rubuur-iir? worn.
-duel I son 11 Li.
PIANO BARGAIN; SVlNG _ KONS
uptight; line condition; Jini?; cost
?l?u, easy terms. ?BE F_KGUSSON
riANo Co., in? K. Broud.
RULL 'lul- liiiak, It KMlNOTON
typewriter, outdoor showcase and
lour cjunter Showcases, elieup.
_'lu.lll'Kl.\.-. J J T V-. Uioud.
MOTult U lX'LK?, .NEU AM) uECOND?
liana, prices. Tu.mpki.sS, No.
.'?i, W. llroad.
for sale. NO. 6 PULSOMETER
Steam pump; will pumj? 4.0 oer cent,
baud or inutl, 8-liicn discharge, half
Inch steam. Also ?u-u.-p. Luia-r, 15
h.-p, engine, two steam drills; one
uuuble uiuin hoist, one single-drum
hoist, derricks, cars und track; twu
horsepower nuist, winches unu gen?
eral iiuurry or contractor's equip?
ment. Address it care Times
Dispatch;_
PIANO BARGAIN; STANDARD; MA
hogany ics"; like new. 1165, easy
terms. DEE FERGUSSON PIANO
CO., lit E. Broad.
Mi GENERAL Mlil.'JAn'lil.t, ?0-1
iiesd in Susses county, lorty-ttv?
i miles ut Rictimond, '.a., elgut muea
I ul lliu Atlantic Coast Line. An eS
i tabllsiied business stand ut twenty
live years. Jli.'jy.j nj ?jy,uev Iradu;
books open lo inspection lo any uns
I tnat means business; 11,(100 to '5,000
i stock, wnlcb can i?? reauced to suit
I buyer it ne wish. Terms will t>e
made verj easy. Address C SJtr. care
i lines-Dispatch.
WANTED, to SELL ONE pTrST
cla-<s upright piano. W. FRED
RlCilARDSoN (inc.), Storage De
purtmvnt, cvl Wit; .Main.
PIANOS".'' S Li< jhtly USED, ELETiANT
j line of strictly high grade pianos to
I be sold in tlie next week; very low
prices and easy terms. LEE fer?
GUSSON PIANO CO.. 115 E. Broad.
WE HAVE TWO 1IEAVV TWO-HORSE
larm wagon.-, threo-lhch tires; aliu
two Uuhi wagons, one buggy, tio;
rubber-tired one, 4L'; two raiwuouis,
$to each. THOMAS H, DUKE <v Co..
i?4 Brook Avenue._
HOISTING ENGINE, DOUBLE-C VL1X
j d?r, double-drum. Complete, with
i boiler; guaranteed. 1. BLUFOR? .*
j CO._ __
PIANO?KOHLER _ CAMPBELL UP
right; used short tim;. 51-5. LEE
PssiHGUSSON PIANO CO.. 11? E.
Broad.
FOR SADE. A iJ?TToE -took OF
now and second-'nand buggies at bar?
gain prices to make room; RICH?
MOND VEHICLE CONSTRUCT! on
CO., Sil Fifth Street_
FOR S?HE. A NICE DINK OF
Brockaway and Peabody top and
open buggies.
IF VOU WANT A COOn BUSINESS
buggy, *e<.- us.
FOR SALE, several HOME-MADE
trucks at very low prices.
WE HAVE A WELL EQUIPPED
plant for repairing and painting ve?
hicles; automobile body building and
palming a specialty; prompt Service.
RICHMOND VEHICLE f IX3TRUC
I TION CO.. 311 North FMth Street.
j Madison -130._
PIANO: EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE;
j sample: beautiful mahogany case;
made to sell for $560; our price for
this one, ?315. LET. FERGUSSON
1 PIANO CO.. 113 E. Broad
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BU8I
! ness buggies: also large line of run?
abouts, phnctor.s and aurrlcs. our
prices are the lowest. A. MEYER'S
S< ?NS. 7: i K. C.try Street._
FOR ""SALE, AN UPRIGHT PIANO
cheap to a quick purchaser. Ad
dr>-s> H 'j3t. care T'mes-Dispatch.
TWO 1 [OITs EsT 5 A ND 7 YEARS OLD
weight 1,250 pounds each. Will sell
single or 1n pair, with wagon and
harness. Will sell this first-class
I outnt cheap for want of use. Can
be seen ut MONROE STABLE, 20C
| North Monroe Street._
Summer ^Joarumg
Dices COTTAGE, FRONT I NG^CHES
] apcako Hay. modern in every respect.
Boating, bathing, fishing; modern
plumbing, hut und told water, show?
er baths. MRS. II. A. D1GGS, Box
Ocean View, Vu.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARDING
'? at lln: Palm Collage, Ocean V'ew.
Va, Box 31._
BOULEVARD INN, ON HAMPTON
RoadS, country and seashore com
] billed, with city conveniences. Send
I for llteialure to the MISSES TABB,
Hampton. Va.
U li nay
FOR CORRE?T STYLES IN MlLDIN
ery you must see my display of trim
med hats and unlrimmed shapes; also
my Pneof ready-made garments for
ladles and children We are now
I giving special prices on all 1'ne*.
I Alterations free. MRS. JULIUa
i beak. 1123 !?:. Main street.
C'i.\\"tint
'wdblT^A ND' "COAD. *~
OUR DRY KINDLING pest IN CITY;
heretofore handled by Midlothian
Wood Company; $1.50 naif-cord. Da?
vid M. LEA & CO. Phono Monroe
J5i6._;_
KINDLING WOOD. $1.75 PER LOAD,
j MILLER MFG. CO.
IF VOU BURN WOOD JUST CONSULT
headquarters over phono or get on
car and come to mj office, where
you can see a sample and g?t do
livery in ;io minutes hy automobile
truck. LONG, THE WOOD MAN. 1506
\\ e.i: Broad.
flats for ttcw
w7\nteiC to sr it let "pp rnTshed
West Franklin Street apartment for
the summer. Phon.- Madison 7517 or
address e 28, care Tlmos-Dlapatoh.
flats ?iantcD
mo 1 ir.iix. stea :t-i 1 EATETj ski ?> in'd
flat, four to six rooms; possession
September i. Moderate rent. F 0j,
care Times-Dispatch.
_xcur_ion?^ j
A. P. V. A. EXCURSION.
Jameatomi laland.
Sioaraex Pocahontus,
Saturday. Mar IS, H A. .11. Sharp.
Refreshments on hont. Tickets, 11.00,
at Historical Society, Rosemary ' Li?
brary, Andrew Briggs, A. s. Urlggs.
ami wharf. |
;dT ~?~<:< >i'i;jVk.'"T'' >u r'r<"7?i.%nCTnct>
ond lloor; references. 81S \V. Main
St root.
lautomouiies tor 25>ale
f ' i: .-;ale. ^-HORSEPOWER TOUIt'
lint car. perfect condition. l?g
cut In price to quick buyer. Olve
phone number iti reply, it. Box 161,
_Clt>\_
USED FORU OARS l?06. ;?t*6. 1907,
1008, 1000, 1910; iv. three and nvo
passenger; In excellent condition;
owners purchasing 1012 models, win
send Instructor home with out-of
town purchasers, l ORD AU'l'u CO.
\\ . Rru.nl S;i.-n._
_}l>emg anD Cleaning
MATHEWB, THE '.'LEANER. YOU
are ?uro to be satisfied If I clean
and press your clothes. Altering and
repairing a specialty; work done
promptly and called for and dellv
i end. Also carpets and runs cleaned
i equal to new. lu 1-2 W. .Main Street.
Pi Madison i -??
Jd^i?ccliancou?
IMANO "J CNfNG\~~"~~"
HAVE TOUR PIANO TUNED AND
carefully clean- i out to prevent
moths. LEE FERGUSSON PIANO
CO., HQ East ; Broad. Phone 622-D,_
SDIP C?VERa
LN LINEN AND CRETONNE, FOR BED
room or parlor. Hade to Ut. SYU
NOR _ HUNDLEY, INC., Seventh and
Uij.ce. Madison 3201.
T ZPEW R ITERs!
WOULD YOU SHOW OUR WHOLLY
visible typewriter to your friends
and let them si ? wherein It excels
any llO'l typewriter made. If you
could without costing you one cent
have the typewriter to keep forever
as your own? Then write us for
lull particular.'-. EMERSON TYPE
: WRITER CO- Pox 5. Woodstock. HI.
SHOE Rs.PAlF.lNO.
76c. I!ALFSOLE MEM b SHOES. 69c.
ladies; every pair Be wet; best leath?
er; uo nallB, if pegs. Royal rub?
ber heels, 26c; Tred-Air rubber heels,
tue: .leuther heels rebuilt Into iieA-,
2?o. DREW'b ELECTRIC SHOE
i FACTORY, 71t. E. -lain. i'uono Mon
; roe -S67.
I T A L KI NO MACHINES.
IF QUALITY OP TONE YOU ARE
i looking for. the Edison has them all
I beat. C. B. HAYN ES & CO., 121 W
I Broad.
PIANO TUNING.
-
PEOPLE WHO KNOW THE DIFFER
ence have their pianos tuned by LKE
j FERGUSSON PIANO CO.. 119 East
I Broad Street. Phone Madison 622-D
LOANS.
i;.,o..o
TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND
watches at New York rate.'. N. F.
j JACOBS & SON. No. IDS North Ninth.
RUBBER HOSE.
GUARANTEED RUBBER HOSE, BEST
ever sold for the price. Nozzles and
reels. CLARKE, Hardware. 1216
Main Street.
ROLLER SKATES.
BALL-BEARING ROLLER SKATES.
I all Sizes, $1.50 pair. Get the child
! a pair now. CLARKE, Hardware,
1215 Main Street._
CEMENT TOOLS.
C E M E N T T O O L S?LARGE LINE.
Cheaper than ever before. Jo iners
and od go r a o?ly 50 cents. CLARKE.
Hardware, 1. ! 5 Main Street._
PIANO TUNING.
i BEST WORK IN TOWN. LET US TAKE
j care of your pinnos by the year.
LEE FERGUSSON PIANO CO.. 119
East Broad Street. Phone Madison
1 622-D
! ' ' ANTIQUES.
ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITUR.':.
Furniture repaired. polished and
packed; upholstering, etc. L N. AR
NALL <v SON, 1617 W. Broad. Phot:*
i Madison 01177._
EDISON.
BEFOP.E YOU BUY A PHONOGRAPH
come and hear the Edison. C. H.
HAYN ES & 1-1.1._
?rgal Jlzotfct
THE CoM.MiiN\Vi;.',l,Tll OF VIRGINIA
To the Sheriff of the city 6t Richmond,
j Greeting:
I Wo command you to summon, as
i heretofore we have commanded you t<>
summon, Chicago, Burl'ngton and Quin?
I cy Railroad Company, a corporation'
i Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern
Railroad Company, a corporation; the
: Baltimore'and Ohio Railroad Company
I a corporation; Washington ami South?
ern Railway Company, a corporation*
; Richmond, Frederlck'sburg and Poto?
mac Railroad Company, a corporation*
to appear at the clerk's Office of our
' Law und Equity Court of the city of
I Richmond, at this courthouse of sa d
city, al the rules to be holden for
! said court on ihc THIRD MONDAY IN
JUNE, 1912, to answer the action of
R, B. Simpson and B. W. Elder of a
plea of trespass on the case.
Damages, ->no thousand dollars. And
have then Diclo this writ.
Witness. P. P. WINSToN. clerk of
i our said court, al Richmond, the 8th
j day of May. 1912, and In the 13?th
i year of the Commonwealth.
P. P. WINSTON.
Clerk.
' JAS IS ANDEESuN. p. o._
??rctinQ?
Ml-:ijicAiT ??> 'LLEtuiT oF"virgin"i a?
At the annual meeting of the Board
of Visitors of this Institution, to be?
held on MAY 2S, 1912, there will loi
elected it professor of diseases of
the eye and ear and a professor of
obstetrics and diseases of the puer
I peral state, which vacancies were
! created by ihe deaths of Drs. John
p, Davidson and Daniel J. Colomaii,
respectively.
Applications for these chairs, with
testimonials, to be forwarded to
I'll tlSTOPHER TOM PK INS. M. D.,
Dean, Richmond, Va.
THOS. Ii. BARN ES. M. D.,
President Board of Visitors.
I .1. i:. McCAULEY. .Secretary.
THE ANNU VL MEETING OF " THE
Mutual Assurance Society of Vir?
ginia Will ho held at the office of
I the society .MONDAY. May 20, 1912,
! at 1 o'clock P. M.
EDWIN A. PALMER,
Principal Agent.
: i ?-" ?su- -JJI
fefiilf? proposals;
1" I :> 'NT P.' :VA 1., VaVmAI'":,' 1912??
Scaled proposals in triplicate will
be received until 11 A. M. May 29.
PjIJ. for furnishing necessary labor
in erecting approximately 8.000 rods
wire feiyto about reservation here.
Information furnished on applies
? ilon. c. II. CONRAD, JR.. D.-pot
Q. M ? _:_
T he Coiuederote Mu-?ii!ii
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS
OPEN 8 AM. TO 6 P. M.
Admission. 26c. Free on Saturdays,
y C. L. & H. J? Donoon,
Hm: Estato Auctioneers.
PUBLIC auction SALE.
or Division of Estate
of the Handsome
Corner Residence,
No. 316 E. Clay
Street, Situated at
Northwest Corner
of 4th and Clay Sts.
By direction of the heirs, who arc
determined to ?eil. w0 will offer at
public auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15,
at ? o'clock 1'. M.,
Vh'i sjbove?mentlonod property. The
Improvements consist or well built
eight-room detached dwelling, wit:, ail
modern improvements, Including steam
heat, etc. 1/ot has an exceptionally
good frontage of :,3 feet by 139 feat.
This will mako an excellent home
or deslrabK investment, there being a
good lot on the corner of Fourth and
flay Streets and two good lots In tho
rear for building purposes,
Don't fall to attend the sale.
C. U & II. L. DBN'OON.
A uetionoors.
POSTPONED ON A <"x \ u 'NT OF HA IN
TO
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1313,
at C o'clock'p. M.
C, I? A- H. I.. IiKNOON.
Auctioneers.
By Rich??on ?: CriUchficld,
Real Bvtate Agents and AuctionJcrs,
C'orntr Eleventh and Rank Htroots.
At tho rc'iucst of the owner, we will
offer for sale by auction, on the prem?
ises, on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 1012,
tho following described property, with
improt emcnta:
First. Commencing at 5:30 P. M.,
No. 1222 Wist Ltlgh .Street, on the
north side of Leigh street, between
Harrison and KlnilCy streets, fronting
on said north line of Leigh Street 3,'
feet 'i inches, and running back be?
tween parallel lines 1,5 :ect to alloy
no feet wide.
.Second. At about C P. M., No. 1925
Moore Street, with improvements
thereon, situated ott tho south lino of
.\loure Street, and fronting thereon 11)
feet, and running back between par?
allel lines 1 10 teet to an alley.
?.loth of above pieces of land have
good houses thereon, and are in splen?
did r. ntlng locality.
TERMS: Announced at 3ale.
POSTI'ONlOMlvNT.
Above sale postponed on account of
rain till
FRIDAY, MAY 17.
at same hour.
By C. I.. & Ii. U Dehoon,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
publi." auction SALE
of
! VERY VALUABLE FARM" IN IIAN
I OVER COUNTY, NEAR CliLIi HAR?
BOR CONTAINING in 3-t ACRES.
WITH GOOD DWELLING CONTAIN
IN'". TEN ROOMS, WELL BUILT
AND COMPARATIVELY NEW. TWO
<;>>!.!> BARNS, CORN HOUSE, AND
OTHER NEOBSSA.RY OUTBUILD?
INGS.
Wt will sell, on tho premises, on
FBI DAY, MAY 17, 1912.
at 3 1 o'clock A. M.,
the above desirable farm, located In
Hanover county, about ten miles from
Itlchmond. About 30 acres In cultiva?
tion, and balance in woods; orchard of
lOo trees, apples, pears and peaches.
The place Is Inclosed With wire fenc?
ing. Convenient to u7Uirch, mill, high
school, store and poat-Ofl.ce; lias fr-e
delivery of mail. The land Is level
and In good condition, and adjoins 1111
lery, Stuart and Taylor.
This sale offers the opportunity to
secure n nice home In good neighbor?
hood. Terms.
Auction feiilrd, .future Daps
By A. .1. Ch&wnlng Company,
Real Estate Auctloneerr.
AUCTION SALE
OF
That Most Attractive
Detached Corner
Brick Dwelling, No.
1619 Paik Ave.
ON TUESDAY. MAY 21, UM2.
at 0 o'clock P. m.
The attractiveness and conveniences
of t-his properly arc too numerous lo
mention In an advertisement.
Corner lot. fronting <'.3 feet on Park
Avenue, with three-story stock prick
dwelling, up-to-da>to In construction,
large and attractive reception room,
slate roof, well ventilated and light
cellar, in which the laundry Is located.
This property Is specially adapted
.for the use o a doctor or other pro
' fesslonal man. as It has several rooms
i with a separate entrance from the
1 main lloo-. which can be used as indi
i bated, without Interfering with the.
residential part In any way.
As th? owner has determined to sell,
you can eomo to th's sale with the ns
Stirance that the property will he sold
1 almost regardless of price.
A. J. CHDBWN1NG COMPANY,
Auctioneers.
Bv Pollard & Baglby,
Real Estate Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
DETACHED DWBLLING, NO. 50 1
NORTH THIRTY-SECOND STREET.
In execution of a deed of trust,
dated April 1910, and recorded in
clerk's olflce of Richmond Chancery
Court. 1>. B 3"7-D. page 151. default
having been made In the payment of
a portion of tho debt therein secured,
' I will sell by auction, on the prem
1 Iscs, on
MONDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
at 0:30 P. M..
! the nlbova mentioned frame dwelling.
' Lot 2:1 by 126 feet to an alley HI reel
I Wide,
I TERMS': Enough in cash to pay cost
of sale, any taxes that may be due.
and two notes, one for $15 and one for
j $1,500 With Interest on same from
I vprll 29, 1912. until paid; the resi.iu*
? at one and two years after date, credit
i payments t? ho evldono d by notes,
! with interest added nnd secured by
deed of trust.
11. p.. POTjLAIRD jr.,
Trustee.
WILL NOT OFFER
THEM FOR SALE
Fifteen Manuscripts Withdrawn
From Lossing Collection at
Mcllwaine's Request.
tn Uno with tho previous agreement,
State Librarian Molllwalno received
assurances yesterday by mall from
tho attorneys for tho Lousing heirs In
New fork that the fifteen disputcii
manuscripts from the second salo of
LosSiug's Americana would be held out
from auction, pending the adjudication
of the controversy. While In New
York last week. Dr. Mclllwalno auc
C< eded in having eighty-four manu?
scripts held out of the first salo of
LOBsing'a collection, and on Monday ho
. ompletod his examination of the cat?
alogue of the socond mile by asking
that fifteen letters be withdrawn. This
request was complied with yesterday.
Governor Mann aald yesterday that
he was awaiting conference'with Dr.
Mc.Ilwalno and Assistant Attorney
General Davis before making thu ay
pointment of Virginia representative
on Hie commission Which Is to estab?
lish Anally the ownership of the fa?
mous documents. It Is the Governor's
expressed desire that Virginia's repre*
tentative shall be a man from with?
out the State, in oider that there may
be no suspicion of favoritism In case
the manuscripts are declared to be the
property of Virginia.
CARD PARTY AT LOUISA.
Delightful AfTnlr In Honor of Miss
Gwathmey, of Richmond.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Louisa. Va. May 10? The most
brilliant and delightful entertainment
to mark the post-Lenten season here
was a progressive ."00 party given
Wednesday evening by Judge and Mrs.
Frederick W!lm.CT Sims, at their beau?
tiful home here In honor of Miss Lucy
Gwathmey, of Richmond, their guest.
The decorations were pink and white
roses with a background of palms and
I ferns. Those playing were: Mrs. Rylahd
Gwathmey. or Richmond; Mrs. S. H.
Flannagan, Mrs. D, W. Walker, Mrs.
James I? Gordon. Misses Lucy
Gwathmey, Nancy I* Goodman. Eliza?
beth W. Flannagan, Josephine Hender?
son, Lucy Sims, Lois frank. Mary
Donally; Judge F. W. Sims, Judge
George II- Shackelf ord, of Orange;
Frederick O. Duval, Lewis Pendleton,
Jessie Donally, James West, Allan
Flannagan Stupe Wills. Joseph Wills,
W. w. Smith, W. C. Tilbb, Robert
i Driver Richard Gwathmey.
The ladles prize for highest score
was cut for by Mrs. s. 11. Flannagan,
Miss Nancy Goodman and Miss Jose?
phine Henderson. Miss Henderson
won. The lad'cs' booby was won by
Mrs. Gwathmey. The gentleman's
prize was won by Allan Flannagan,
gentleman's booby going to judg.
I Sims. At the close of the game de?
licious refreshments were served. Af?
ter which Miss Gwathmey and Mr.
Duval delighted all present with their
I music, s'nglng a number of popniai
| solos ami duets.
Wom Hanover Prenbytery Meres.
i f Special to The Tlmon-nispnteh. 1
j Charlottesyille, Vo . May 16.?The
I Presbytery of Weal Hanover met last
! night at the Presbyterian Church, in
I this city. Mr. W. W. Morton, a can
Ididate for the ministry, was licensed
I to preach the gospel. Mr. Morton
goes to Kentucky to take charge of
two churches. While n student of
Union Seminary. In Richmond, he
conducted services at South Plains
Church. Keswlck.
The Presbytery also employed tho
Rev. w. r. McHiroy as evangelist tor
one year.
MEETS INSTANT.HR ITH.
southern Railway Conductor Falls
Prom Top ?r llox Car nml Is Killed.
? [Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Charlottesville. Va.. May 16.?Cnp
| tain John flamner. of this city, for
years a conductor on the Southern
Railway, met almost instant death last
night in front of Union Station. While
on duty on the first section of south?
bound through freight, No. 711. from
Potomaa Yards t'i Monroe, he was
cither knocked down by an overhead
bridge or slipped nml fell from trie
top of a box car. Ills body rolled un?
der the wheels and his left leg anil
left arm were crushed, Flagman A.
i J. Snow pulled the body from under
j the moving train and bore It to the
I baggage room, when- the unfortunate
I man expired within a few minutes.
I .Mr. Ha inner was a native of Fabers,
> Nelson county, and had been in the
I employ of tho Southern Railway for
I thirty years. He married Miss Nannie
i Simmons, of Dnnvlllc. Va. She am?
j vives with three children?Mrs. Ruth
Hnrnsborger, wife of \V. T. Harns
', berger, of Elba, and Masters George
'and Murray Hamner, of this city. Mrs.
[ Ha inner Is one of the leading vocal
union ?iilro, .future ?>aj'G~
j ^~^T?y^cT%ir^'^irTI^Dcn^?^ir^^^
Real Eitate Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
1 OF
Neat Brick Dwelling,
No. 2302 Venable
Street.
At request of tho owner, we will
:?eR by public auction, on the premises,
on
MONDAY, MAY 27, 101.'.
at ii o'clock P. M..
that nrnt little brick dwelling. No.
2302 Vonoblc Street, containing live
rooms, with city Wtttor on tho lot and
in the house.
This Is a .snug little lmm<, right on
the c>j line, and convenient to the dif?
ferent manufacturing plants. Come to
lh- sale for n bargain.
TERMS: At s.il-. and librr.tl.
C. L. & II. r? DT3N?ON,
Auctioneers,
focal Connr Jroc fctilc
tir, ACRES,?House, four rooms; good
?barn, poultry houses, orchard. Well,
str.am; near station: fourteen miles
north of Richmond. Trie . 11,500.
OWNER;
_Box 1-'. VI1 ? ?. V.i.
We Can Show You
A 1 5 ?fo Net Investment
a And prove to you Hint It is sale and conservative. From $5,000 lo $io.
OOo will handle It. I'hojtfl MnfllSOn ii'J for It personal Interview.
IV X. WALK Ell & CO.,
I Mutual nulldlnjc.
ist? In tho First Methodist Church of
tills city, of which hor husband wars a
member. Mr. Hamner also loaves two
brothers?Dr. <!. P. Hnmne'r, of I.ynch
| burg, and Murray llaiuner, of Ala*
j bama?and one sister-?Mlsa Nottlo la.
I Mumnor, of Fahers.
Ilensley?Mnrohnll.
[Special to Tho Tlmcs-Dlspateh.]
! Charlottesvlllo, Va., May 1?.?J. M.
Kensloy and Miss I* M. Marshatl,
j both of Albemurle county, wero mar
I rled this morning at tho parsonage of
the First. Baptist Church, the Rev.
Henry W. Battle, of the High Street
: Baptist Church. performing tho cero
mony.
S?.000 For Good Roads.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch,]
Urfstol, Va., .May 16.?The City Coun
' ell of Virginia Bristol, at a meeting
hell Tuesday night, voted $6,000 aid
J to the movement to build a macadam
i road between this city and Ablugdon,
| This Is the work of the people of the
(county, but Brlstollans arc so deeply
Interested 'n the proposal road that
. they wero glad of an opportunity to
contribute to the work.
??ummer He_ort_.
oosrn_f, vntoiMA.
In :!.?' heart of tho Allegheny Mountains,
j 2,000 feet elevation. Modern bfTck and atone
? structure, perfect In all appointments, furo
water supply, sanitary plumbing, perfect
drntnaee. Mineral waters?Chalybeate, LI
thla, a him. Sulphur?from tlio fuhmui Cold
Sulphur Spring*. All amusements. A woll
nilcd stable al first-clan saddle horses. Oar
as*, fafo and ?rill In connection. For
? terma and Informs:i.>n address the mnnnger,
.arc Cafe Itepubllque, WajMnqlon. D. C,
?>r Ooahen, Va. Open Juno 1st Send for
?booklet- J. W. KOWLAXD,
Manager Director.
Mountain Bridle Paths |
Always cool, NO FLIES OR MOS- ?
QUlxOES, Every Outdoor Sport. Mag- !
l ifircnt Swimming Pool. Sulphur and |
MeellClnAl B.l^s. llllf * null'on *\rnl In 1m- j
rtoveinenli. SJHnrm:niE?p.rii!? lintel Cham
li-rlm, OIJ Feint, l or Inf. nnatlon address
fl
SPEND YOUR SUMMER AT
W?loughby Hotel
Willoujhby Beach. Va.
Opens Jur-c I, 1912.
Buena Vista Spring Hotel
In the Blue ltlditc. Franklin Co., Pa.
S.i ?, f. 'i abova sea level. Cool. liracVig.
Superti Scenery. Fin" Drives. Pure Spring
Wo/tor. I.ursc garage. Mudern equipment,
I Unexcelled cuisine.
Opens for Season June 13, 1411.
Sam.- efficient management us last year.
rtOOMS, slilgle or en suite, with private
j bath, now booking;.
For chart, terma and booklet addraas
ITHOMAB P. PBRKfXS, Hotel Bennert;
< Ijaltlhibre, .Md.
BATH COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Thu famous rntart with the mott de?
lightful I ith in America in now open for
(faults. Writ s for rotes tnd information*
Mrs. JohnL.Eubank. Wtrra Sprinsn. Vo?
THE BRUNSWICK INN,
WA Y'.VF.SHOIIO, VA.
This delightful summer resort win
open for guests June 10, P.M'J. For
rates and booklets apply unt'l Juno
6th to
MRS. W. A. WILLIAMS.
826 \V. (Dace Street.
MRS. E. A. R< IHINSON.
926 \v. Grace Street. Richmond, Va.
Maple Stande Inn. Piilnskl, Vn.
Most beautiful hotel and grounds in
Southwest Virginia. Perfectly eouppoj
for eomforl and pleasure. Altitude
2100 feet. Wonderful climate. Through
sic.-per from Richmond.
Write for* booklet.
Blue Ridge Springs,Va.
PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop.
hotels
TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS
Richmond, Va.
The must magnificent hotel in the
South. European pian. Rooms single
and en suite, with and wittiout baths.
Spaclotia sample rooms.
Rato. Si.SO pnr dar 'in.l Howard.
|?ii^nia iViiiitary'Institute
"The West point of the south"
Collegiate and technical courses combined
with the rigid di-clnlln ? of an army pajt.
Virginia Cadets tuition free.
Loxinrjlon. Va. Gen. E. W. HICHOtS. Sup!.
?rsaamsusBK
'S-*
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF!
RICHMOND,
VIRGINIA
STUART McC,J!RB.M.D?Prea.
Medicine-Der? tistry-Pharmncy
19tl? Session Opens Se-pten.bor 12th.
New building. New equipment
Eighty experienced teachers.
Excellent clinical facilities.
Modern laboratory methods.
Dstcriptrvo Catalogue on request,

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