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GIIEATISST WA.Vl AMJ ItBAt. ES? TATE MISU1I U IN VIRGINIA, AM? OA'ifl Ol)' 'i'lllil UlfiST IN A.Hi;itU..V. * Want Ad Rates Oully, uiio ccol pir v>?ru nrben paid iu advance, Nu Ail. lukcu ini- leas titan luu ueuts. uuu und une-balf ccnta a ?vor?! nil rlaimlllcuiluun except nliuutlou Wanted 'ur Sunday. Situation Wanted, ?b? vrnl u nur it. Nu Ad. Suiidu/ lakcu lor ?? -n Ibau nftecu cento, .Nu All", i ii. i. fur leas I Uli li t%TC?t> Ov? t.-iiin when phuucd lu or euaraVCd at the uauuter, 1'Uuiir orders no* Kiinrunliril. t'lanali.uuituua uut nuarautecd nttet U;30 |?, U. l or bualacaa cuiiirm'.., a.ixl lo* tue Waul Ad. Man. 1'ntHL.e atunroa i jLOiJi uuu jjaunu STRAYED OR .'IKI.UN. FROM 1410 West Clay Streut, one pointer, J'p; liver and vvhi,y. M'-ou No. 7 I i, Monday morning, Reward if return ed to above numbei. I %, A DTlCV P~U i? K E T.B'pO'K AT Eleventh and Bibnd Streets, contain? ing money and bunch ?l keys and owner's cards, with address. Liberal rcwurd it returned t<? vuginlu Hos-1 pital, b i i. v ? R-ll a N 5 L 13 D UMBRGIibAi With monogram "S. A. C." Left on inroad and Main car.' I Indei' please leave at .1. V. KOHLEH'S, 20p Basil Broad Street, and recelvi reward \j?? Ri:v. Ai'.;., N-) questions asked, for my white bull t- iii' i, mlsstil . tares weeks; bilpdle i?! "t over eye uno on back near tall; i-.liort screw tall; the only One In the city. Ap? ply before K1 A . M. WA1.TKU BRAUER, Htall ?(j Old Mai .- t '?o$T. DIAMOND, LOCKET AND chain, with monogram It jwatd. cull i Madison 5246-J, ijcip ?-idiiti?, ?jalt ANTED, A YOU NO MAN A ?Wanted'. a EiRST-CE?s.? darbeic api lj 2',< .? i;.,; ; b; ... id Strc:t. WANTED, TWO V?UN? MEN WITH some experience in clerical work: " tit tisures. Apply, giving experience, Address <; 847, care Times Dlspat h SVAWTEPi TWO BRR3HT vb?NCI MEN pay. FISHER '"iitractoi s. ?(tuai(ons3 CU'.intcrj, U^alc il.Vll 1" i 11" i: WAN'!.- I'OSI'ITi J.N AT j once; Experienced; do own repair-I white; twenty-three years old: I .- ngle. Address W. I-, Box 57. South Boston, \'a._1 Oclp Itiautcb Jfrmatc "wANTED.' voVN<f7'la 1' V Sf ENf?<5 llttle expi-rli ip'.-. Audi ? s A 11". care Tiny s-Die patch. HVanted! a good cook and hOUSC worker for small family. Ap? ple 401 Seminary Avenue, Olnter Pnrk, Slop 26 Phone Mcnroa 3816. a iriuuioit'j CUdiitr?, j-nnal: Ntei C11 v 'a "V???]? ENi " ; 11aj 'iII.' I OF high Integrity and ability, a position with some reputable firm, fan assist on books. AI references. Address (; ri. i..:.- i Imi -? . . ?_ Of.-j, pit;.; iTnD j riiidir "itKV Tmf WoniEN WANTED FOR ' government positions. $80 month: write for list Of positions open. FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept; 115-R, Rochester, N. Y. _ r=-: pror.rQ!3!?riti. l?cip (XiaiitrD tJF IN " NKI-l >'? 11- T i :.\'""U ees ai'i'l.y TO THE EASTERN TEACHERS AGENCY, Ottoman, Vu. xifltnt? CctiurcD Yi:?NTi'. .?? i;i..nth. kitiiei: sen . v per cent. No cnpltnl rerjUiri'd. Ad? dress c, care Tlmns-Dispatch. faolititovQ aiili fealrdmrn WVN'T KD. \N ENPKElENi'KD Mil.-' iinery salesworrian for September; one aocustomed i" bcal city trntle Applv at once t" MISS OUNN1NU IIAM, with ,f, B Mosby & Co. teALESMA N. ItEPRES EN T aTl V E FOR the Colttrhhln Mills, hosiery, under? wear and knit goods, t.?ver a lib? eral territory in the sint.. ,.i \'ir plniiu TRE1DE <Sr SONS, Baltimore, Md. trr--: i;>U!3mr??3 ?Dppoitunitic? ?WLNi'i TO MV NEi:i> ??!?' AIdNeS f' I carry on my business at this time, 1 will sacrifice a block of stock in one ; of the best paying businesses in thia I city, if you are looking for a high grade Investment, one thai wjli pity handsome and continuous dividends, address G 361. caro Tltncs-Dlspati h, eity._ wanted. A BfSIXKSS MAXAiillil Tu take charge of a inanufneturtng In? dustry, otii- that promises to i>e the largest of Its kind in the South: must be In position to invest ll\i> thousand dollars In th,- company; to the right man a very satisfactory Income wl|l be assured. Addross, with refer enees. G :'.7ii, can- Tl.gDlspatch. tarsiness man wants partner in firm to increase capital? es tablisiied 25 vears. an ex? cellent opportunity; It 162 care times-DISPATC1 f, .V'A NT ED. ENGINES AND BOILERS tor overhauling. RICHMOND MA CHINE WORKS, INC. JWill sell a new patented db" vlce. There is nothing sold on the market like it. Phone Monroe IstO Party J. Addross W. M MAYO, I'ilS . KensltiBlon Avenue, city. DAILY PUZZLES answer to resTKnour? puzzlk. : SALE CYLINDER DI.1-'?." TALK log machlnt all? tccorti? on caw: terms C, U. HAYNES & Co.. 12 w. st oroad. MOTOR? ') ? I.!. ? |KD i?i ' ' LES SEV and second-hand; repairing of ui kinds. TOMPK1NS 'Mi W.-sl _ Iii oa>: P'oTt KALL." CHEAP. A COMPLETi set uf carpenter's tools'. H". for eh. - und contents. Apply to ELSNEI BR?K., it06 East Main Street._ NEW SINGLE TRUCKS .v SD LIGH' furniture wagon, grocery jnd butth er witgonB. RICHARDSON Li.Ob, CIS Hiuok Avi. folt ?ui' w'-HlTE GAS CAR. V. I Li terms, THOMPSON PANY) Chatham. Va? il ST rT IN 1 \V\. .'. liihi t -Dlbpatch ?~-D?TE SOD/ lionlu Co. a l l 1: iac?i state .i ?i Silk w FOR SALE, A MODERN S-HOO.M Inme. liL'ou Idot-k Hain.vor Avenue; most complete ho?s? in West End. f 6,200 buys it.is. DRINKARD'S, 4::i 1 - J N . r'. 11 S.xth._ L\ca\ UotiHc L'.iaiiiro Li'.-'. Vul i: EAR.V.S WITH .! a.'ooN NELLY a- CO. Write postal for t.ec .-', ? Lfis ? yrvTRl3iN*iA SXy Station, Ocean View, Va. Scullery ? ?ble. MRS. E. J. BRADLEY. a LADYWITH I 'N !?:' OR T\\ O ICHIL <ir.-n oi a gentleman and ins wife; brick house lar^'i-, shady yard; good table; telephone and dally mail, ref? erences exchanged. Address AIRS. KENToN No',.AND, p.aver |.am, V? . ;;,,Rj Kj D. No. 2. CARRi iLTi IN C( ?TTAGE, I ICE AN VIEW. nig unu amusements cor rates, etc., ? MRS I C. DIG! iES, IO?SE. ?ITUAT BD IN A COOL? shady park. Rates moderate. Ad? dress E. D. MOON, Lexington, Va. ! 'IWEVAl;: < INN. ON fLVMPTON Roads; country and seashore com blned, with city conveniences. Send fbi literature to the misses taru, Hampton, Va. QARWOOD CQTTAQE. OCEAN view, Va., newly papered; all conveniences; one block from amusements; bath? ing, flsh'.ng, dancing. Meals 50c. Special rates on application. 3)rr, Coal anb cuchi? w?<5d and coal ~ * our drv kindling rest in city: heretofore handled by Midlothian Wooii Company; tl-50 half-cord. Da? vid M. lea ? co. Pnotu- Monroe C.?6. LONG'S I.ai;GE DRV"??k~AND PINE Is now si Hing at summer prices also slabs, cheapest wood sold; ail of my coal Is free-burning and .it summer price. Order now and ? >... on it weekly. Virginia anthracite '? ? n y $6.60 this month, sample sent irre. E. T. LONG, I50t! \VCfi Uru.nl ilr< >t. PI.at:: ICE, , UREST and BEST FOR all uses an ; the most economical. 40 cents per hundred. Try t lend of our pine and oak wood, which is dry and undei Shelter. TYLER & RYAN. I '.M \\ .-i i'. ;.. . Madison 1079 _ iv?Oill? jut L\CIU Nii'il.V i ; ":v Psi i ed itSoMS' W ITH or without board. Tis East Marshall. NICELY ElIRN'isllED ROOMS. WITH or Ithout hoard, 16 South Fifth Street. NICKS'lS I ?T'LNISHe'd ROOMS; GOOD board Bfjj North First Street, FOR RENT] one LARGE FRONT room, c?rner Grace and Adams. Ap? ply 17 Weal Grncci second flat, FURNISHED ROOMS. HALF BLOCK , from post-office. 100 North Seventh Street. TWO CONNECTJNO ROOMS ADJOIN Ing bath in apartment 12, The Han? over, Alt:o accommodations for ti.,:i-i. t.ts Madison ?;:i\-.J COOLEST FURNISHED ROOMS * TN Richmond. THE ROANOKE, 111 North Eighth. _? TWO NICELY i'Vri'.NISHED ROOMS for rent; reasonable rent to steady tenants; all conveniences. 302 East Grace. Phono MadlSOh r,602. jflattf fat Ken?: for rent; Nl iely furnished ilul; all conveniences. 2015 Grovo Av etilie. RO< 'MA XI i" H \T 11 A PA KT M EXT "V ' Tim Hanover. Madison 0318-J, mist Company, ; RICHMOND, VA. This t'ompnnuy hnvlntr qualified ns administrator or Sara Dingcss stark??. I ao-lnst said estate are requested to j present them, at;d those Indented to i the estate will |f?''nsc make payment. \ nti.i M \ l it I ST I OMP \N V. ? Administrator of .Sara Dinges?. Starke, deceased, j'-tniiiifial Money to Lend ut 5 Per Cent. ON CITY IlKA !. KS I ATE. Borrower can pay off at any In McVHICHI ft OLiNN. C North Eleventh .Street I?COI G?0tatc jfoi fedlc Monument Ave. Home At an attractive price. Convenient; modern and very cheap. Near Rich irtotld i rolll W. McCURDY f>. JOHNSON, Mutual Building. ; _ Real eotiUf f-oc Kent Seotember Rent List <? North Eleventh Street j?ctirr? ANTkl/'tfie' public~nt6TTcno\v that jahnkm bros, Jewelers, &u Kan Msl'n Btreet, buy. sell, exchanne and ri u< i nt diamonds in the datp/-t styles. Old gold and all v. i tlway? takei !rj exchunico._ 9utam?b?e_ (or fealc. 10 ' cfi '. LMERS TOURING CAR, fully e<|UI pod top, wind Fht? Id. u.<.:< tank, magneto, <>:tra tire nnd tube: ear h:>.s been repainted and thor buoglily overhauled JONES MOTOR c i: . ??? . Allen Avenue and P.road. >i: ??-}\\~<]:s<v::r. AUTOMOr bile. In first-class condition; will d ? onstrnte. Address F 311, care Tllni s-1 tlspatbh. ?lt .vM.il. CHALMERS DETROIT. 80 horsepower touring ear, fully equip? ped; ii-arest offer to $1,000 takes it; i .-??.-.: ,-- ? itidltlon. w.M. P. at K..NSON COMPANY. Box 104. Pe ?DERN WAVF.RLY ELECTRIC 8UR r< : . !?? rfect condition; run i>:>a than 1,000 miles; will demonstrate. Box .r.18, Richmond. Va. prnjor.til? ft?man^itAi"i: hought' and~ Isold at HUOHES&S. 20S North Third. m^S^cTTc" 'b< >V\ k?s. iii ^^ilaSTk '? lln, rooms a:id board for ocrmar,:r.t and trans.er.! quests, dlnlnc room well equipped. MRS. TXK STR1NH LIPBCOMil. han over Cafe, lOu West Franklin. Sum? mer rates. Transients a specialty. x\r.;l CStatc (or Zkcin. for tTeNTtT A l5otjS_~TN' reAR "of 1 |tl] Cast Mam Street, suitable tor I a shop or storage; win b>- remodeled to suit tenant, RAAB & co.. Mutual 1 Building. ' NKW, S1X-ROOM HOIiN i 11 < 1 i! ? land Park. Phone Monroe llll-L. CClaiUCD ' ^'a'nti^iJT^o'Bi' y \yn i? Vioon' w^uk Apply BURTON SYSTEM, 11 ' ir. South Seventh street. FURNITURE .V?NTED?WILL buy household KOetU of any kind and i any amount. Phone Madison tOOtf, WANT KD. TO bi'v GOOD seconds ham! oil c??ok stove and lawn mower. Bux 02, City. _ i W?NTEbr LOAN OF sTo.OO? ON I rapidly advancing itty real estate worth three times the amount. Ad? dress D :.">5, cure Times-Dispatch. WANTiTd' TO BUY t OR CASH, household goods In any quantity. I Phono Madison SS51. Uyi'jflilillllDUO j WHEN YOU BUY LOOK FOP. THE I name Edison If you want one you can utidets'und every word on me record. C. ti. HAYNE8 _ CO._ STORAGE. CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY, Si i per load. Stor? y?ur furniture, bun? gles, automobiles, pianos at ro.vii RINS. . . W, s t Broad. SHOE KEFAiP.lN'.i. 75e HALFSOLE M EN'S SHOES. 60o I ladies; every pair sewed; best leath? er, no nails, no pens. Royal rule I bi-r heels, 2:>c; Tr?d-Alr rubber heels. I 4dc; leather heels rebuilt like new, t :??'.<? DREW'S ELECTRIC SiloF. FACTORY, 71? E- Main. Phone .\lon I roe 266,. SLIP LOVERS. I IN LINEN AND CRETONNE, i OR BED room or parlor. ...ttde to lit. SYD I Noll & HUNDLEY, INC., seventh and Grace. Madison a?i>4. LOANS. ??.000 TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND watches at Now York rates. N. F. JACOUS & .SON. No. 213 North Ninth. PIANOS bummer KATES now On piano I moving and overhuullnK by factory experts. Prompt. careful wont Biiaruntecd. Phone MadUuii 3110. chas, M. stieff, Pianos, 117 w. Broud. brazing. WANTED, brazing OF CAST IRON. RICHMOND MACHHTB WORK8. INC. ANTIQUES ORIGINAL ANTIQUE FURNITURE Furniture repaired, polished and packed; upholmo.rluK. etc. L? N. All NALL & SON. 1017 \V. Broad. Pbona Mudlson tiJT ,'. _ SKA FOOD. CALL PHONK MONROE 1111 FOR llbb. steamed crabs, er;ib meat. De llYurvd juroniptly. 30> N, Monrou Stv Kummer lU?oit?. STRIBLING SPRINGS Shenaudoah Mountains, Augusta Co.,' Va. Sulphur, alum and chalybeate waters; all within ooij feet of hot-i I Rates, jT.yj to $10.00 In hotel, or largo I two-room cottages remodeled 1912. Write for booklet, ic Illustrated pagi ? Railroad Stations. Staunton aud Stokeavllle. F CHIUH BSTHR. Ml. Solon 1". O., Augusta Co., Va. Mountain Bridle Pailis Alwav, cool. NO 1 LIES <'!< MOS? QUITOES. Ever-. > r Sport. M?g ntflceiit Swimming Pool Sulphur and H< .;.:-.?! tolh*. ? la In. Pf3?tin?r,i?. S?me ir.*:.i^f Mco!1 Ltt ln. Old Point. 1 >.r lafarmatUiii addirll GCO. F. ADAMS, Wklta Su'.tUr. W. V?. _^tt vU_&J@k riM i lt$;^WHiT? SULPHUR Maple Shade Inn, Piilnskl, Va, ? Virginia. Perf? i . equipped tor coin and pleasure; Vltltudo 2.i00 fwt. Won J".?is T?. ? B .vetpur from Rich 1 Write for booklet. Sweet Chaiybnie Springs .-\\ KET CltAIA PIE \1 K, VA. Up* tri the Alleghany Mountains, ntO feet! above the B.-a lev ! Swimming Tool?. Cool Nights. Beautiful Mountain Scenery. Water supply. Iron and carbonated, : of superior meclb ul V. ,!>, f?r book- ? let It. F. KARLE. Mahagiri I Sweet .rhalvb^t,. Va. I Blue Ridge Springs, Va. PHIL. F. BROWN, Prop. w.vi iiit i.\p m;t sk. The Mountain Paradise. I Now open, extensiv. .; Improved The most ? modern and finest located hotel la th la reden. Outline of no blithest standard; white service. Orel latro. sorjm diversions; >vi;. dul-uf-door amusement; heir, li.au tlftil Palm Court and Cafe, Special July ; Slid party rates. Booklet and auto maps I .nailed. Cth leuion, john re'r-nr cope. flriiinttc Citv Rrtfort* Pacific and Arkansas Avenues. Spacious gerunds adjoin beach ami boardwalk. Only nroa'lum-prlceu hotel where gaits may so i fi-?.i house to surf In Lithlng nttire wltn- , out using streets, u-hl h Is prohibited. Uaa ol lioili houses ?Ith attendant to <nre for suits l- tree. Running water in room-. Prent) "ml sea water batlis, publll and prl vale. Special rate- -' ami up rtuH> ; is.CO Id ..: ' weekly, Including ?hohe table, sup? plied from own farm. l\ ? - . .. Or ancstra. Tennis courts and croquet (rounds between hotel and beach. Hooklet mailed upon request. PA PL C. ROSECRANS. Galen Hall IiY Tin sr. \. 1101 1 I A ? i' SA NA rORICM. Atlantic City, N. J. GAI.EN HAI.I. IN -l HE! MOl NT MNS. \ i IHS'J ' t \>- llili Kl . Wernersville, Pa. I". r.. vi?! m;, '.cncral Manager. Hotel Sothern Vlrelnla Ave. MO ft. from ocean. Rath? and runnlue watcri Excellent table. 7th teuton. Same management. O. T,. CAKE. Best Moderate Rate Hotel ELBEROM ? At.i Fireprool Innes. Tehn. av.. near Beaeh central: capacity *??.; opposite Prot, and Cu:K Churches; running water In rooms; private baths I excellent table; \< ^ tables from own farm ? white d It. Ib.lt. :? ,' ret--. R. B. Ludy Ml) HOTEL MAJESTIC, Virginia av and I Hcach; renovated throughout; centre of ; attractions; ocean view; capacity TOO; ele l vntor; private baths; white service, eta.; I superior table; apectal f 10 up weekly; 11 'up daily; booklet. M. A. SMITH. Mil. WILTSHIRE, Virginia Avenue an.1 Beach. Ocean view. Ureatly Improved. Cap. IS'.'. Privat? baths, tunning water In rooms, elevator, etc. Music. Special. |li.M up weekly; l.'.iO uu daily. Open all rbo year. Hooklet. s.vuun;. ELLIS. The leudlnc and most modern high-class ALBEMARLE Virginia Avenue and Beach. New throushouti capacity 31C; privat? . ? ??.!!. I.'j'Xi feet wide. coo! porches; ex ptlonal table, white service. Special t?te?. is, 110. *f.?.S0 up weekly, il up daily. Bookl t._j. P. COPE. ST. CHARLES Most select location fronting the ocean. Thoroughly modern. Courteous service. Bathrooms with Hot and cold, fresh and aea water Its ?.meats, etc. Masnltlcent porchea overlooking the Boardwalk and ocean. Orchestra of soloists, flolf privi? leges. Always open. Illustrated booklet. NEWLIN HAINFtS COMPANY. Wesimont Rht^^ctve j Sdrrounrting lawns; elevator; privat? and j sea water baths; electricity ami massage. I V-'i'-* op week y. Hooklet. Hell phone |6i9-A. M. p.. skMEES, Manager. HOTEL RALEIGH St. Charles Pine ? and n.-acn. tOO lnrgc cool rooms; ocean view; private baths; running water In looms; lino porches; elevator; electric lights, etc. Food and service of the best. Vor> reasonable rates. H. j. ?VNES. Hotel IT.enclerton Tennessee Ave third house from beach aa,l pier; fam i otel; private baths, ocean vl. w, elevator, fine porches, home cooking; special low early teason rates. j. a. MITCHELL. The most attractive and popular hotel for I Richmond visitors. HOTEL HORTON j Ocean < hd Ten an attraction*. ! ami Proprietor, I EDRMTEWnT Kentucky av., KX> yards from ; rKUAi~nAL \, rood ... ia. ?>?-: I Cap. SSO. N?W| lioitiellk?; elevator; large, I cool, ocean view rooms, with buths; phonos; excellent tdbl? vMl? service; motal beds. .Special .-.u.m. V 'l> weekly, f 1.60 up dully. ?at to Mon. |S. Hooklet W. P. WATTS. ISLES WORTH On the Oooan front, Virginia av.. overlook I ing famous Steel Tier, rapac ity I0O. Special. fll'.WI up weekly, no extra charge for hot aea water batoa. Elevator, spacious porches, privato baths. Orchestra. Auio meets trains, Booklet. VV.M. HYMAN, I'roy. PRANK M. PHOEBUS. Mgr. HOTEL SHOREHAM, Ocean End Virginia Air. A modern, hotel with every convealenco; elevator, privat? oaths, etc. Open lawr.? allow plenty Ot tight and air. Ideally lo ! extort. Service and table, the best. Hales IlitO up weekly. Hooklet. ?V. JU. GOTTEN, LiilngH Now Life to the 2>ociy In all .FEyER''CASES At ?II Drar?tl, 01 free, Sol> Agr E. FOUGERA & CO.. Inc.. N. Y. H OulcV.ly Petitore;; trvo Appetite to wimimms, Ui.ini R?no??d Strengte an* Vit.itlry TI0N5 FERTiLiZER SAL IWS DECREAS Chemical Company Elects Cren shaw and Horden as Vice Presidents. Following the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Vlrgmiu-Curollnn Chemical Company held yesterday in New York, the directors at their or? ganization meeting ele< tod as vice presidents S| Dabney Crenshaw, of Richmond, formerly secretary of the I company, and Charles K. Borden, u: Richmond, assistant to the president Other Officers were re-elected. The dat. of the annual meeting was changed to the first Wednesday in I September, at the stockholder;!' meet? ing. THe directors expect shortly to ehhngo thi ..ml of the fiscal yeur from May .:) to June 30. I I*r< sldent Morgan made a statement .:, lemehtary to the annual ropurt He declared that the statement by Price, Waterhouse ami others showed that the Is ate $22,000,000 above current liabilities. 'Ii.' total reserve fund, said Presi? dent Morgan, Is SI,293,1! til, ivhtch in? cludes " new special reserv0 of $1H. :?.::? udded till;! year from current oarn I lugs, for the purpose of providing for I any rebates on Unsettled business. .More than 1330,000 was spent In ad? vertising, charged to operating ex | pen.?es. Tile Increased Inventory wits caused by decreased sale of fertilizers, u de j crease of IG per cent., due to Wet late spring and poor prices for low-grade cotton experienced by the farmers In it,i cotton belt. The depression in the fertiliser department is the gk-ontost in the company's history. The decrease is not permanent, President Morgan believes. The company's tnlnlnc department'* phosphate nek and pyrites are In mi tisfaclory condition. The tonnage of cotton seed nn,l cot? ton seed pro,puts was greater than j ever before. I The consolidation of the Elnlgkett I potash mines with a new mine, the Prince Albert, Is reported as very I advantageous and beneficial, in Krech, fne president of the Equitable Trust ,? ? ,?nv, of New York, was elected n I director to succeed Fairfax Harrison, I resigned._ IN POLICE COURT Prunk (ireeii. Aliened Cocaine Denier, seat <>?? to Grand Jury. Frank Green, colored, charged With selling cocaine, was sent to the Hust Inu.-i Court grand Jury from the Police Court yesterday morning. The case of R. II. Conway, charged with assaulting G. W. Tiller, an Old man. w'th a rock, wns continued to July SS. Conway was released on bond of ff. Lin wood Carter nnd Preston Jenkins. , both colored, were lined $20 each for > cruelly working and torturing their horses. ?'alter was also placed under ' bond of $100 for flxty days. ? Eddie Booker, Jack Morris. Brother Giles, Kntc Lewis. Son Washington and Pcrnetl Blair, all colored; were before Justice Crutcnfleld to answer ? the chnrge of throwing rocks nt a i car.of the Virginia Railway and Power ? COmpteny. Booker was sent to the grand jury and the others dismissed. William Mays, a white man. was fined $'-'0 and put under bond of $ioi, for sixty days for being disorderly ?and annoying Mrs. Lena Wells. Sunday Seaside Outings $1.50 Round Trip to Newport News, Oitl Point, Buckroe. 1 Round Trip to Ocean View, Norfolk, Virginia Beach. 3?Fast Trains?3 Rvrrj Sunday, ss.-tn, u \, Ji? |2 Noon, I Patronised by Richmond people. No ' stops to get a crowd. Combined rail and waiter trip. Fnat, clean ride over rack Italian! double irin-u. Delightful sail across Hampton Roads Choice of ; two routes to Norfolk. Ten hours at Ihe seaside. Three hours longer at Ocean View than via other routes. Passengers can Pave Ocean View nnd Buckroe every hour until 1:110 P. M. Connecting with fast trains leaving old point |:25 and s ite p. M. C. ft O. >-t- am? r leaves Norfolk 4 and s p. M. WEI l\-i:\D II ITHS. Tickets also on snlo for all trains Fridays nn,l Saturdays. ?ood until -Monday. Old Point, $.100 round trip Norfolk, j., round trip. Virginia B< ach, $3.25 round trip. Mtltinnr City Ec^orTd Ho. Carolina av. nnd Urach, ontro or all attractions. Capacity PM. One ?f tin, moil modern ar.,1 up-to-date. 103 ocean-side rooms. Private lentis, riiiinlng erstes Iii rooms. Eio v?tnr. MuilC Pine porches. White sarvlca. RpeclAl rotes: Jit up weekly; |IM up dally. Booklet. \V. F. SHAW. ZSiUtftrnH floUtta. !!' >A i: : i A I It LINK It A U .\V A Y."^ Five Per Corn. Adjustment Mortgage Gold Bonds. Tho iieml-anniial Hint:> 1.11 ti Of Interest on this company's adjustment bond*, amount? ing to I!!, per cent. ($}$.0O), ropreaontod by Coupons Nos. 9 and 10. for Ri.60 eaoh, win be i>ai<l en met Rftor Annan 1. 1912. at the office of Mi>?r?. Blair A Co., No. Itroad Street, No? York SeatK.ard Air I.ln? Railway. By 15. C. PORTEOU8, jSecietary. Hears Evidence as to Killing of Two Girls by Cannon Ball Train. NO BLAME FOR ACCIDENT Outlook for Southsidc Virginia I air Is in Every Way Satisfactory. Tltn"B-Dlspatch Bureau. 5 Bolllngbrook Street. (Phono 1IS5) Petersburg. Va.. July IS. Coroner 11. ?1. l.elgh ami O Jury held ah Inquest this afternoon on the bodies of the two girls?Blitnehe, aged fourteen, and R?th, nged eleven years? daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Kv.rly, ?f Chesterfield county, who were killed yesterday morning by the I Cannon Rail train. at Grossman's j Crossing, on the Coast Lino Railroad, one mile north of this city. The bodies 1 were vl< wed l>y the Jury In the inurgu* looms of T. J. Morrison Son. tinder I takers, where they had been prepared ror burial, and the evidence was heard In tho Hustings Court room, a num? ber of witnesses had been summoned, and eight were exajnlncd. William B, Mcllwalnc. of this city, was present In I the interest of the Atlantic Coast Dine ? Railroad, on which the accident hap ; peiicd, and Raskins llobsoh, common j wealth s attorney of Chesterfield, was 1 present In tho interest of the county. Some tifty or sovority-nve people from i Chesterfield were in attendance, Mark Noble, engineer of Iho train I which struck and killed the children, ! testified In substance that his train was running at the speed of about nfty 'miles an hour; that at the whistle host before reaching the crossing lie blew his whistle and the bell was rann by the fireman; that the first Intimation ol danger was given htm by his iiie mah; that he immediately applied the ? mcrgency brakes and reversed steam; j that the d'd tit see the horse on the track until the animal whs struck by tlie train, that his position, the rlnhc ! M.|e of the engine, prevented his 8*0" , lug anything oh the track at that i point. Mr. Noble further testified that he Stopped his train as quickly as possible and went to the aid of the lldron, doing everything f"r them that cool 1 be done. Moth were alive. They were pill aboard the train and brought to Petersburg, one of the girls, he thinks, dying about the time the train reached the station. William Shalox, the llremnn con I tinned Knglneor Noble's statement as to the blowing of the whistle nd ring? ln? of the bell. His position was on tlie left of the engine, where he could See better than the engineer, lie saw i the wagon and children on the trackI j when within about thirty yards of ' (them. nn-'. shouted to the engineer, who I applied his brakes. It was too late to prevent the accident. The team j was struck, the horse ?thrown to one side and the children thrown thirty feel or more Into the nlr. I Mrs .Cadmnn Archer, of Chesterfield i county, testified that she was driving 1 IuhI ahead of the Everly sisters y,-s ion'Jay ritornlng. As she crossed the railroad track she glanced down the ro.ol and saw the train about a mil" away, coming towards Betersburg, After reaching the top of Iho hill a short distance from the track, and hearing the near approach of tho train, she looked back to see where the girls were. Shu saw their horse stand? ing on the railroad track at the cross ing. and the elder sister Using her whip to urge the animal forward. The horse was standin? still. Anticipating what would happen Mrs. Archer said she turned her head to avoid seeing the accident. Mrs. Archer said she did not hear the engine whistle or hell, but could not sny they were not . sounded. Mrs. O. A. Hancock, who lives near the road an 1 near the point of the ac ; cl ient, testified that she heard both I the engine w histle and bell She saw the children approaching the crossing j und called to them to warn them of i their danger, They apparently did i not hear her. she heard the second .blow of the whistle, but 11 was then tod late, the horso was on the track; it seemed from the general toribr "f! (the t'Stiiiionv lloit persons approaching I th< crossing on account of the rolling I surface "f the ?round cannot see nl train approaching from the direction of Richmond and that the persons ort I 'the trains cannot see any one comingi to the track. The two girls were not seen until their horso came oh tli-! I track, and It w as too late to move back or forward. The verdict of the Jury was that tlie sisters came to their death on the 17th of July, from multiple Internal In-I I juries received by being struck or hit I by the (.?.union Rail train, or train No. 21, at Grossman's Crossing, in flu. terfleld county. The little girls were not run over and crushed by the train, nor dis? figured.* Their ribs' ami arms and logs were broken and their Injuries were internal, On the faces or the Kill'* after preparation for burial rested! sweol and peaceful smiles. The funeral of the- sisters will tako , place to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from old Blandford i.'iiurch. w lo r,, the j services will bo conducted by the RovJ Lloyd (.'. Moore, of West .Street Meth- ! odist Church, llrlgM Outlook for Pair. Iho outlook for the fair of Riol soutnside Virginia Pair Association, to he held here next fall. la in the highest tlogree encouraging, The farm-1 irs of tho entire section ate taking loop interest, and they are going (u ?Mill.lt th6lr best stock and the boil products or then- farms. The fair will be a much larger and bottej one than that of last year. Everything on the grdUIld is to be put In prime condi? tion; the premium list Is a most lib? eral one. and tiio association's cutii 1 loguo will soon be Issued. Personal and Otherwise, Last evening at ;:30 o'clock, in the manse of tho Second Presbyterian Church by the Rev, J. ,\. MnClttre, .Miss Grace llorno and David Wither 'spoon Hawkins, both of this city, were married. Tho bride was attended by her two sisters. Misses Elisabeth and Josephine llorno. Adjutant and .Mrs. George M. Woods. I for the past three years in charge of the Salvation Army work in Peters, burg, have been ordered to another Held. They will leave on July JO, Adjutnnt And Mrs. Woods have done a vasi Amount of good w ork In this com? munity. The July term of thc Hustings Court was opened to-day, hut on ac? count of the d/mth of Edward g. Maim, brother of Commonwealth's Attorney R. it. Mann, nil Commonwealth caeca were continued until next Tuesday, Mrs. Frank A. Owen nnd Mrs. R. R. Kinn have gone to Ashevllle, N, C? to Spend the summer. The Retail Merchants' Association, through a coininiltee of Its members. Is making arrangements for the better advertising 61 the advantages of the city, J. c. patten, a citlsen of Petersburg, who died shortly after the war. is Well remembered by the Older people of tlie Olii for his exploits In balloon flying and for his Ingenuity In other re? spects. Ho was a progressive man In , his day, and was the Inventor of tor? pedoes to blow up the f?deral ships on ? their coming up Jamas River to Rich? mond, lie was employed to remove I these torpedoes after the war. and In Idolng so contracted a cold which re Uiuua iw w*. dump IM ?t In c ? I vcl>-?rncrt^n,j supremely MISSIOMRIESlf WAY 10 CONGO Local Presbyterian Churches to Hold Farewell Services in Their Honor. Twelve yoyng missionaries, on route to the Congo Mission of th? Presby? terian Church In Arflca, will bo the centra <.r Interest next Sunday In tho local Presbyterian colony. Thu party will occupy BtfWts In tho pulpit at tho Church <if the Covenant at tho 11 o'clock si rvlec, and Rev. Charles H. Pratt, who Ih himself under appoint? ment to the Korean Presbyterian inis Blon; will make a farewell address. Members of tile church from every congregation >n the city will gather to Join In the far.-well services. On .Sunday .?veiling a similar ser \i?.- ?in be h?dd at the Grace Street Presbyterian Church. The missionary party will be again the centre of In terest and appropriate farewell ad dl.i will be made. Charles A. How land, chairman of the Laymen's Mis? sionary Movement. Is expoctod to speak. The other Presbyterian Churches of the city, It 's expected, will dispense with their Sunday even? ing Services to permit their congrega? tions to attend the Bin-well service at i lie tin. Streut church. The young people en route to Africa ivOrc among Hid numbor who volun teered nt the Chattanooga convention ? .i tii" Laymen's Missionary Move ment, which was heW in the Tennessee town last February. The convention went wild with applause when twenty eight volunteers t?r African mission work mounted the platform In response tu the call for help brought to this country by Rev. Motte .Martin. Himself a missionary to the Congo. The volan? ts era have been departing for Africa. 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