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8ThPiSimf<fif^?^!i> Dijapalrh GREATEST WANT \M? It ISA l, TATSS MKIIII M IN VIRGINIA. \NI> ONE <>l THIS BEST IN IMRKICA. Want Ad Ra tes Dally, our cciiI |i<t mini when pnld In advance. N? Ad. taken tor less tbiui ???Ii cents. '?lit- and olie-imlf cents n wont ntl cliiNxincnlloiiN c.\ec|>< Situation wanted for Sunday. Situation Wnnted, one cent ? word. .No \ii. s.Inj lukeii for less ? ban ft f.ii cell In. n<> ?.<:-.. iiikcn for I cs? iliini I w ent y fii<- ccuts ?heu iibuiieil in <>r charged ? i i tu* counter, I'hone orders uol guaranteed. < lasxiricntlonN not guaranteed after Itt.'tO I*. ?|. I or IiiimIucss rontraelH send for ihr wain I yl. Hull, phone Monroe i. ijtip -: lantro, spate CAPABLE Y?UNG MAN TO ACT AS stenographer and perform usual ofttce diltlcs tor Iii mi in ? mnli v. one null dr.-n nn'va iroin Richmond. Address i WAN'THli, FOIt V. S. AHMV Altl.i. I,oiii.,i, unmarried inch, between ages uf uooil character tthd temperate hub. Its, win, can speak, read ami write the English language. Kor Informa? tion, apply to KecrUltliiK Olllcer, BJO 13. Hi oad. Kb ritnond. Va. I West Mr. government i'os j Hopkins, vvasiii i. labor bur 11 a v i: ? WANTli?T L ABtJHEHb KOK STBAJ hiiuvel work at Varlna. Ni C. Wage! 11.66 per day. Weekly pay. FISHfc.1 _. ' A:: \_lei | 0 ???;_?__ri_ ^~siui.iiton'j t&iiinteb, Stfialc ceftltlftd milk urn! butter aisu. wilt ? Northern than: nave handled rosls.-: tered cattle; Address F ius. care Tlmes-Olsp?tcb. X .. T AXT REGISTERED DRUGGIST aenlr"-! r-ll-r v- MX ye.ir*' . M-c rtene*-. good reference, Address V 503. care Tithes-Dispatch._ fcTI BNOORAPIHSR DEsiitES EMPLOY tnent; rnlddlciag'ea man, good pen man. Address C. E.. It North Blov . ? . :-.:i-o:..i_._ inip cum uro J niidie CO'Vk WANTE dV'r EF E R BXCE'^R-K' qulred pay %\- per month; room on place, 'if wanted. Apply 1212 Karton Avenue, Barton H< Iglits. '?WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED HOUSE girl and nurso foi two children aged three and five years. Call nt No. 116 ' North Morris Street. WANTED! AT ONCE, 100 GIRLS, OVER FOURTEEN Y E AK.-5 OED. EIGHT. CLEAN WORK AND GOOD WAGES. APPLY ALLEN & GIXTEIt BR INCH, SEVENTH AM? CARY STREETS, Wanted, experienced rox-trim mers! Apply WHITLOCK BRANCH, FEDERAL OlGAR co., Twenty thlrd and Main Streets._ tfOUNG woman, capable keeping light jtel double-entry hooka, do gon crai office worts, it knowledge bf. typewrit! lift will prove serviceable. Address in own handwriting, p. ?-?. It'u 337, City._ feituntionss, ^t'ofetfoional Vf A NT 1:1.. 11 V A X E X PK NI EXOED^A. U college graduate, hoMing n Ural grade and university slimmer school pro'fesstonal ccYtlflcate, a position to leach. Address miss N V. cafe Postmaster, Btithorlln, v_, WANTMK. HV A I.AI'V OF BXPE rleitce, i position to leach Binal] <?!?II drcn English and music-. mar? GARET, '/.Ion. V?. tiADY DESIRES POSITION AS OOV crnosu; English, Latin, music and beginners in nlgnbro. r. F. D. NO. 3, ?nx ScOtts% ill' . Va. KpErIeNCBD TE AC I IKK OF PIANO and pipe orgnrt, graduate of ,i prom? inent Virginia oiillegc, win take a limited ntlmbci of pupil-.-. Address M? 20- North Davis Avenue, or 800 North Thlvty-thlrd Streot. r?-! Piofct.-cion.il tjelp ai.intf? l?M.K, 111 I N< I I'A I. AND I.AI'V As? sistant for Acojulntnn lliuh School. Salary, $7f. nml .'m for Olght months. GBO Ii Uf i:i:. Kalls, Va; IM! 'ORTANT TO SCHOO Ii BOARDS?? Colleges, public and private schools supplied with teachers of all gradoa on short notice, without ennrge Teaohers nrntsted. THE VIROINJA TEACHERS' BUREAU. Rev. R. W. Crtdiin Manager, vVoodland Heights, Rlohmond, va. ?ftuatfono CQlantrb, femalt vTJi \(. colored (vomaIn ?\Tt$fi_h bcwIiik i'. da b) 'luv. Address M. RODERTS.. V ::. North Ninth Street. H xT'E It t K N C BD youn? LADY w Uhr? position us unslstnnt book" keeper* hiiitn? clerk or clerical work: operates typewriter; beat references, [?hone Mudlson 1720. Address E ?4.8, ran. Tl in. .i-l lispal' Ii,_ ijtip] i.. ~t Jamale MEN \ni. v..,.mi:\ wa'n'i kp' for government positions'; is*; month; writ.- tor li.<i of position!* open; Ei: a nk I .in INSTITUTE, Dept. > j 4. J-Otirrsj VVA i if i I ? l ',li ' j. .. \o \ that JAHNK1-. UROS.. Jewelers, .12 East Main Struct, buy, sell, exchange and REMOUNT 111 AMC.N i >S IN TUE LATENT STYLES, ou gold end ?II h i tlwuys t ? xi-i: tu exchange. IDE ?1, Vfc!NT 11 i?T?lt ~co. IMIONE Moni oe i C 12. i: xciTprToN \ lTiTy TieauriF?T National Hank ol Vli glnltt, rtlehiilOiid. Va., September 1. 1012; OTlCE THE NATIONAL HANK of '? . tf Ma, loc iteil tit Richmond, in Hie .Stain o; VlrgllilUj is closing up lth affair;!. ,\l| note-holders and others, i redltors .ji Mid association, uru hereby notified to present tin- notes an.i othor cltU/fia filial iis t said ahbo cllllIon f?r v?)'lni nt. vV; ai ?D1SON. Cashli Dated nt lilcb'noi I, Va . Aug. 1912. 23u?inc?s?>ppottun?t'f? I iwyim; rent--we LBNl L\t-.\\ Catiiir jot ?iilc \ Hi IM V. M il foiTu' KENT lib . atu of $?.60 per month, plus iji cent simple Interest, on each ? i borrowed. ll will alto pu> i to Investigate our Investment 1 turi-. Write or call on THE INDARU HOME co. .12 MUtbal lldlng. Richmond,_Va. _| .1. r'AltSI, CONTAINING 43. . .- oi l (-niorn house and one 4-' Ui lidili.i plrtce; nbuul _5 acres , ultl\atlon, balance in pasturo; uk running through ?_.::.*. A! ?gkln t-.| a qut.cjc buyer, urn- ami -half miu? irJm city; on Seven : ad. ;: .i DIETRICH? :. Pittsburgh. Pa artle-uiars THE< Li t Hunk Hull lint .. . bu>'< r. Tor p hps A. E. mart-, ?1 ;-;????. i; rj mil._ Ucal CjtiUc .Uantxb ?..? ?. :.: '.n; i ai fT?rfiSa site id siding Addtvss A is, ED. TO ifi.NT A FAIill WITH H and tooln south of Richmond i . *. iburs. ^ buy if suite i In or so. 13. 11 wiHTK. .20 Sey ? 'ED. TO RHNT SMALL FUR honst foi v.\- moutliB from Novefn- ' least eight roontj and be north of Main, ? t '?. Li ?? Monument, south ] of Rro'ad and wesl ? First Street. . ? Post-Ottlee Box 05?. City._ _____ V. VNTl ??. fi i RENT; .-MALL HOUBE, LIST Vu,:i; FARMS, WITH J. A- CON- | NELLY Jit Co. Wrlti. postal lor nee-i ?_ Sonr?inQ ; i'.nisi!Ep and unfurn^hed rooms, with llrst-class board, 21'' Shatter Street, four doors south of the Chesterlleld, MRS, lee faulk? ner. WANTED, BOARDERS: ALSO tarle boardi rs. Apply 209 East Grace. j wanted" a h .nti.kman hoarder In private family nuar Leu Moliu- 1 inent; reference- exchanged. A1- : rlre.ss 36l. care Times-Dispatch. T>: >? 11: \"l: 1 ,M ~K?OM S ? " 1 [OM R COM - forts. 100 Wi st "Main, adjolnlhs Jet? te rs on Hotel. WANTED. A coup_b TO OCCUPT A pleasant room; large clOFet attached; with excellent board. ?03 East oraco I Struot. ' n??' wr.s-i ."i'i.?oi: street, modern" conveniences; good board; refer* ? hci ? n. hanged. 410 West Grac.o ? a^tra<'tTv"e rooms" with board at M,RS, r. t. HUNTER'S. :i? East Franklin Street, Phone H"7g Madi? son. fill: E E: la ROE : ROOMS an D PRI vato bath, arranged for lioitsokcep lntf; elcctrlc'ty, hunt, water furnish od, gas connection; beautiful locn ilort, Orovtj Avenue. (..'.ill Madison FOR RENT. SUV Ell a L ATTRACTIVE .fns, IB ated a nd con\ cnlent to bath, on Krahkllti Stri ? 1. mar Third, 1:. ft rciices exchanged AddreSs '! ; .rare Tlmcs-DlHpatch. BOARDERS WANTED: NICELY it It niSbe.d roonis, three so.l-.11cs from car liii". 400 FlrSI Avenue', Highland I.'ark. 1'bun,. .Monroe 3S30-J. \\ anted. HOARDER F_R NT ' i '. largo, tirlglit r'oorn, hcatod anil cool In summer; central location: private family; best lefoioncos. 2<U East l "a iy. M ks. a. I! cannon I i as TWO ~AT trnctlvc Billies of rooms for pertna II. nt boarders. 1120 East Grace. _j MRS. C. K. TimvER_, 116 E. FRANK lln, looms anil board for pertnnneilt nnil transient guests; dining room j well equipped. L\i)0ii:? J-ut L\rnf : Poll KEN T. tw11' TIllKIi ' sfouv I front rooms, furnished or nnfurnlsb I 11i. to couple or gentlenion lor light 1 liousekcepincf. si 2 Wept oraco ! si,,.:. ________ FOR RENT. NICELY EE RNIST1 ED ! vapor heated rooms; Blliglt: or en : suite. 1O3 iiast Grace. ONE NICE." NEWLV FURNISHED 1 best parlor. Apply 306 East. Clay I Street._I NICKl.Y CEHnTshT-D ROOMS*. WITH or without board, "is East Marshall j Street. HA NI ? St iM ELY EE EN IS! I El)-"CLEA N rooms, Tfie day up. 'IriK ROANoKE, 111 North Blghth. WANTED, A COl'l-I.E OR LA Eil ES TO .upy nicely furnished room; elec? tric lights; use of bath and telephone Apply :'ii West dace street. Ref? erences required, I'ECNlSIIEn ROOMS EOR RENT. SoS . East Clay Street. DAILY PUZZLES what dairy product? a.\.-.\\i.u i<> t.ii.-ifa i-t/./i mind? MOTUl? Ul.lJ .-i Kind?. sali; ci ind-hand unit, .an half ? I with Uli. GEO GUAHAi il. on ti.ii/ h, F. o. ?,ns. J.?; N I ,VO( : . ib All standu: price. St? tur.->- rere UILEti. i Vi*. iloano i">J lM'.jll Alii >.-?' ivenue. Faintli >er* tiro work. it.*b low; quality h'g.1 MEYER'S SON ii ?31 W A N J 13 D cliliiU work. EX1' R1C . MA? CH IN 13 ' BEE i LI 311 drum li< OH SALE, LOT FINE HARNESS _ poiiirtv, J?ctfl iir.o iimr stork ; . i saddle and driving man., 2 young geldings; broke to harness. Hermitage HOad, opposite Fnlr Grounds. M. CARROLL. UREDAL'e TE ill lit: H S;" "ALSO WEST Highland white terriers; puppl<-> for i : i i' ? i? iv i ?-? ; ?,. l< , v.-. 3CC, COiH iltl? CU?OD WOOD AND COAL OUR DRV KINDLING BEST IN CITY: heretofore band ed Ly M.Jiotiiiuu Wotu Company; $1.60 half-cord. DA? VID M. LEA _ CO. I'nuiio Monroe 6fc6__ LONG IS SELLING THE BEST FHBE btiming coal at summer prices. Ills wood l? large blocks and dry. It will pay you to tee him this Week und tnnko your brr-ngemoht? for win? ter. Otilce 1508, West iiroud._ PLACE YOpR OKI iEH WITH US Fult fuel, as we hUridle the bi-st anthi - cite, lunip splint, ar.d Fire Creek coal; also try a load of our pine .. i oak wood, which Is dry and under shelter. TYLER A RYAN, 1001 West Cary Street. Madison 1979; Monroe GOOD FAMILY WOOD >0.50 CORD, sawed In stove lengths. i"l NOrth Seventeenth Street! Mortroe 2128. iXlantrb \NTED. ONE smali. TURBINE vRter wheel and oho s< ' ?l stones or com mlH. Write. g'vlng eondl ,16n, price, etc. P. O. Uo\ Jii, Rich notid. Vu. ITIlNlfniK WANTiM'-WIM. UFT household goods of any kind and amount. Phone Madison 1906; BOXWOOD, EItT*BR CUT G HE EN 9 OR plants, wanted lor .ash. Mend full particulars with prices to BOXWOOD, P. O. Box 4. South Orange, N. J. WANTED, TO BOmf?W $2501 AMPLE security; 6 per i ent and bonus o: $25. U 621, care fflines-Dispatch, WANTED,. A OOl ID SECt 'XI i-HAXD 6 horsepower GOO-volt I'? C< motor. CLARENCE COSBY, 1623 East Cary Street. _ _ WANTED. TO, BUY FOR CASH. OLD CuM ar.d old slver; any quantity. E. C. MEYER JEW EERY Co, HIT IXLVT V.< ItliVl LET COLLECT your account.*; Sure und quick re? sults. R, & BELYSON Co., Hase? ln-:.t American Bank. WANTED. TO BUY HOUSEHOLD goods In any quantities; highest cash pi i. es ; aid. l'hMidib-n iu>3 V\ ANTED. TO I'-l'Y M.i, CASlt" household Koodr In any quantity. Phono Madison 38CI. feummri l.^Oiiicinrj EDGE H?LL si'MMKi; 11. 'M i".." OI'EN to fall and wtnti i boarders; com? fortable, rooms; good service; bath refnis; loeal and long distance tele? phoho) Iron nnd litliin water. l'"or rates, apply to MRS. CORA HOFF? MAN READ. Morttvale, Va. BOULEVARD INN, ON HAMPTON Roads, country and (onshore com? hined, with city conveniences. Send for literature to the MISSES TABB, lt. F. D. i, Hampton, Va. Iaooimo C?tintrb 'WANTED.' AT ONCE. FOUR FUR nished rooms for liirht housekeeping in t.he vicinity of William F. Fox School; must b?. reasonable. Address rEACHER, car.- Times-Dispatch. WANTED; i THREE OR FOUR FUR nished rooms for licht hoiisekoopliig. MuSt lie r, ns?nliblc. Address E, I ItANK LIN. General Del It ery. WANTED, THREE "<: FOUR ROOMS lor li?iit housekeeping, furnished ot partly furn'shed; good rtcighborlt.1. downtown section preferVed. :-'tato price. A ldre-., F <13c, care Times Dispatch. _ _ Boa rb cctantrb BY (,'lir.T CENTI.E.M AN. Bo"AR"D IN the country, convenient to city. Rates. $8.60 per week Address C :.s:t, care Tlmes-Dlspatch. W ANTED. TABLE HOARD Fl >H LADY convenient t,. Grove Avenue and Pitini. F 651, ear.- TlmeS-DISpatch. 'iwo LADIES WANT room VND hoard in refined noighborh.i. Grace Stroel or Olnter Park proforrod; ref eronoes bxehahged, Address L ill. care Times-Dispatch, Ural Cc-tatc S'ot Unit FOR RENT. BASEMENT rollCOAI, OH wood; 122 Bust Marshall: $1 per month. Apply on premises. j'-icK? Jot Unit desirable six-ROOsi coITner Hut; hnth nml pantry; hot water heat; possession Immediately. Apply FIVE-ROOM SECOND i" .V)-_:tilauruuj5 dTOKA _ oh e a pest btoraoe in city. ?1 per loud. Store your furniture, bug? gies, .nt ? . . ;..:.noa at rOMl* LOAN.T. 16,000 TO LEND ON DIAMONDS AND watches at N ?>?.?? Vor.; rates, N. K. JA.CODS ? SON :. 11$ North Ninth. no hails, n EWS elec HAYNES & co. ?A WIFE'S TROUBLES. LEANING. WANING ANI K lloors. We will take car New h Uses Hpoclalty. Oil i 8120. WILLIAM JOHNSON. ??ll-- Y_L" CAN'T FIND IT, UO 1 _ -Vlc GRA WS." OVER THREE RUNDRED' PENN3VL vanla mowers used In Richmond, In? cluding all tho public pa: its. Why not have tho bast? We handle only the geulni Pennsylvania. JAMES M.C1.AW. ;; 3 and 14 C 2 E. Main St, LAWN MOWERS. LARGEST I.INI. I I LAWN MOWERS. Barden hose, lb I .e i : y. prices rea-J sonable. \s e sell Detroit was runge*. EVANS HARDWARE CO.. 700 \Ve_t sporting _i ods. he evans hardware co. fou the largest :!:.? of spertlhg _<-ods m tho city. 700 West Broud Street. antiques. sinai. antique furniture, rnlture repaired. polished und eked; upholstering, etc, l n. ah .ll _ son., 1.17 West Broad, one Mad'son G27 7. sea root). CALL PHONE MONROE 1111 FC Ilbn, steamed crabs, crab meat. L ll vei ?! pi . _J .< :.'. Mom ??? . SAFETY BLADES RKSIIARPENK tail makiM, hull tested uJid gtiaru teed tu shave as rood or better thi bow Work received und deliver' at our local agency; Howell Uro Sixth and Hi id. SHARP-O CO., N 1 North Seventh. I'liene Munr BOLTS AND STAY BOLTS. WANTED, BOLTS AND stay BOLTS made to ord-. r. RICHMOND MA CHINE WORKS_11_ ?oTillC? PtrJpOOdlfl CV:ns:i02.w.-..lt:i of "v'trrS.r.l... ' Office of Superintendent of Public Printing. Richmond, Va., Sept. 3. 1912. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE re? ceived at THIS OFFICE until 12 M. of' TUESDAY, September 17, 1012. for the1 PRINTING, RINDING, RULING, etc. for1 the State of Virginia lor one year from October 1, 1912. Printed schedules, showing In deta'1 Hie elassKlcutluns. on which all bids will !??? required to bo made, will be furnished-lo bidders on application. Contractors will be- required to en? ter into bond with security, to be ap? proved by the Secretary of the Com? monwealth, for (he prompt and faith? ful execution of their contracts. The right is reserved bf rejecting any or all b'ds. and the work will be awarded In such lots or portions as the Superintendent may deem propor. a bid to bo enclosed In sealed en? velopes nnd to be plainly marked "Pro posal for Printing" und "Proposal for Binding." DAVIS BOTTOM. Superintendent of Public Printing. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE received at the same time and PLACE for furnishing the- following papers%for ;b.o use of the Common? wealth: ? REAMS 24\3S F-0 lbs. No. 1 M. P. B"i 1. i ? REAMS 2C.\S . B0 lb. E. S. Flat Writing. 250 REAMS 17x23 82 lb. Plat. 150 reams ldx2i 21 lb. Flat. 7". REAMS 17x22 H "annry Writing. 400 REAMS 17x2> 36 P.. No. 2 Ledger. m. N' 1 Rag Envelopes, 6 2-4 26 M, No. 1 Rag Envelopes, in xxx. 1 300 REAMS 2Sx 18-00 Dundee Hook or orjuai grade f-r i onthly bulletin, De? partment "f Agrlcttture; contract not 1.1 begin until January, 1913; to be delivered monthly :n lots of loo reams oi niort as needed, and to be paid for monthly as delivered. 80.0 REAMS 25x36-60 No. i s. and s. c Book for Annual Bulletin, Depart? ment Agriculture, to be delivered dltr Ihg November. . . HEAMfi 36x38 50 No .1 M. F. Hook for monthly bulletin. Department of Health, to bo delivered monthly as needed, and to be paid tor as deliv? ered. Einers, etc. to be delivered at such times; In such quantities, and Into such places as the Superintendent may dir. et. wtthout charge for fre'ght or drnyage. Bidders \vUI furnish snmpl. s of sir..; nnd tvelgVts advertised for. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. All bids to be enclosed In sealed en? velopes ati l to be plainly marked "Pro? posal for Paper.' Note. Bids for paper will be opened nt tho plen? re of the Siiperlntchtiehl S| U.ED PR< ?PI (SALS WM.D HE RE? CEIVED at the SAME TIME AND Ei.Aci: f,.r furnishing Incidental olllto tt ut I oner y siipptles, consisting of PENS, PENCILS. INK. RUBBER BANDS, i to., etc. All bids to be made upon blanks to be tnrnlsiied by the Superintendent of Public Printing, and to he ehi i In schied envelopes marked ^'Proposal for Furnishing Stationery Supplies." Davis BOTTOM, Superintendent Public I'rii i ?? ? Office of stale Highway Commission, Richmond, Va., Sept. lo, l r> 1 ..ins will BE RECEIVED AT THE Clerk'? old co at Amtierst, Vit., until 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, Sopicmbci 26, I?12, for the superstructure alone ??i an clghtv fbpl spnn steel brldgo erected over Buffalo Rlvi r. Plan- and specifications on lllo at the clerk's uJITlco, Amherst, Va., and at this oflle.e. Certified oheck for $2r,o to accom? pany each bid. The right la reserved to re|-?et any nnd all bills. Further Information furnished on application to the underilirnod. P. ST. J. WILSON, fcitato Highway Commissioner. TRAIN IS WRECKED BY SPREAD RAIL Twenty-Eight Persons Seriously Injured and a Score More Slightly Hurt. ? ??Ulli |K>rn?tia wer? seriously Injured in ine wreck ..t Oust bound train NO. ?..;on the Nickel Plata Kallroad, de? railed by u spread rail at .sun,-:, Road, tttnr hero, ttu.i afternoon, l'rooabiv a score more, slightly injured, were put ? emeu unit several dead would 1 found in the wreckage, when tl debris bad been prettj well clean awa; to-night it was reasonably cei tain that nOnc had I.n killed. A spread ruli dcrulled the tendi of the ehglnu and threw all but 01 of tbo passenger cats int,? Uu eich fool dltchj Detectives were hurried to the wroc to k lard a shipment of silver cjirrlc liy the. train. ORGANIZES l 'Mt t VMPAIGX. Wllson-Mnrahnll-Jonvn ?lull Addres-ird b'} Speaker ilyrd. (Spec! .1 10 ?) it< '. inies-DI* patch.] FrederickfeburB, Vn.? September 10.? lion. Richard 10. Ilyrd was th>> speak er at a Democrat! mass-motlng liero to-lilght called to form a Wilson M?rsliull-.lones club. Thero was a large attendance. Colonel E. 1>. Col.-, city chairman, presided, and W. D. Si lit wag secretary. The club was organise : by the election of the fol? lowing officers: C. O'Connor Goolrlck, president; J. Garnett King. James H. Rawllitgs, J. M. Goldsmith. O. M. Arm? strong, i-ajivrence Perry, \V. s. Embry, vice-presidents; <'. R. Howard, secre? tary; Sam Woolrldgo, treasurer. Itnliis Prevent Further Search, Brooksvlllo, Fla.. September 10 ? Torrential rains which made the roads between here and Terrell impassahlo for th'o present; prevent further search of county otlWrs in recapturing the eleven prisoners who were taken from th'in by other nttgroea Sunday. Six of those who allied in the rescue aro in Jail here. Pfteoinil? brown, ladies' tailor, n13\ Opening in my new parlori 41? w est grace streut. re moved from 521 west (jrac BAHY CARRIAGES MADE AND RE paired; very < In ap and beSt satis? faction, r.' 7 East Marshall Street Call Monro- 717. ' HC MA N IIA iE ' B?K?HT ?ND SOLD ut hughes5s, 209 North Third. 3lbcal Vrutilntors IDEAL VENTILATOR CO. PHONE Monroe 1C02. Mnrrion StilfQ Hjtffl ioay By Virginia Auction Co., Auctioneers, 616 E. Broad AUCTION SALE OF the FURNISITINGS A Nl > IIOUSB II' El' EFFECTS CONTAINED IN APARTMENT no. 1. the SHIRLEY Apartment, it south third STREET. wednesday, september 11. at 10:30 A. M. One Upright Piano, Odd Parlor Chairs. Kockers, Tables. Orn.a'ments, Brlc-a-Brac, Book Case*, Books, hand? some Engravings, pictures, Mirrors, Curtains, etc. One handsome Mahocrany Chamber Stilt, with Wardrobe, Chairs, P.ockers. Costnmer. Toilet Set. Oak Chamber Suit, Couch, Wardrohe. Tables. Chairs. Toilet Set, Comet Heater, Crockery, Glassware. Silverware. Linoleum. lie frlivcrator. Cupboard, etc. Also lot of other goods too numerous to mention. Lnrtles Invited to attend. TERMS: Cash. VIRGINIA AUCTION CO.. Au ctloneers. Auction Sale By McCTure-Davenpo'rt-Taylor Co.. 104 North Etphth Street. To dos? an estate, wo will sell at '< public auction, on tbo premises, the ' three-story detached ten-room brick J dwelling. No. 5 1 0 N. Seven ih St. Wednesday. September I 1, 1912. 5:30 P. M. This dwelling Is well built, in good condition, has ten rooms, large halls, two bath rooms, pantry, numerous closets, and a large lot 30x1.If,. This will make a good home or a profitable investment, Being a good renter. TERMS; Reasonable and announced at sale. M CLURB-bAVENI'ORT-TAYLOR CO., A uctloneers. aifrnnuw Nor icEvOF A SI 'EC IA i/meY-.t i no of Till. ST?CKH?L.DB-RS OF SOUTH ATLANTIC EIFE INSURANCE COM? PANY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A special in.etii.c. of th.. stockholders of th.' South Atlantic Life Insurance Company has been called by the hoard of directors of the company, to bo held at the principal oin,... of the company. In the city of Rich? mond, Va on the 21th day of Sop-I tembcr, 1912, at the hour of noon.: for the following Bi'nnral objects and ? purposes, among Others 1 To consider and not upon a Joint 1 agreement entered into by the boards Of fllferJtors of til* South Atlantic: Life Ihsuranco Company nnd the: American National Life Insurance! Company, Incorporated, Is merired ' Int.. and consolidated with the South' Atlantic Life Insttraric? Company,' tinder the name At).mile Lifo Insur- | nhCe Company, upon Die terms and condltlon.-i sei out at length In said I ngrcemont. 2, To consider and act upnn any other matter in connection with said merger or consolidation or relating tlternto ..I any othrfr matter or mat? ters-which ui.iv property he brought before a special or general meeting of tl:.- stockholders of said company By order of the board of directors CHAS. G. TAYLOR jr. s orotary. sanction fealr?, jruttire Caps J. Thompson Brown St CO., Kral Estate Auctloneers. PUBLIC AUCTION' OF COMMODIOUS AND HANDSOMEl FLOYD AVENUE RESIDENCE. No. I 10!.TWO BLOCKS WEST MON-I ROE PARK. By request of the ownsr, moving, rorh tho-clty. wo will s-Ol at publlo! .uctlon, oil the premises, on THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1913. I 4:30 p; M . lirst-class detached three-story irlck rosldence, on south lino Floyd \venue, two blocks west of Monroe and three doors west of Linden An attractive and most de ible neighborhood, with park and 'trert car convenience"), without at ondant noise. The rosldence has 1J ?6oms, hay windows, and Is located on i very deep lot, with frame stables In ?car, The lot Is 30x193 deep, to S 15 oot alley. !RMS: One-third cash; balance In ? and two years, with Interest, ae-i :ured by trust deed on the property. J. THOMPSON BROWN Sc CO.. _ Auctioneers. Adam a. Weschler, Auctioneer, Washington, D. C. the entire furntshtngs and equipment of the sh?rbham hotel. Corner fifteenth a^d II STREETS, N. W,, WASHINGTON. Win lie sold by public auction In de? tail, on ?he promises, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1912. commencing at jo o'clock A. m.. and continuing thereafter dally (except Saturday) at the same hour until all TERMS; c.i,h. For further particulars, address adam a. WESCHLER, Auctioneer, 920 Pa. Ave. .v vv . Washington, p. C. AT auctions 2206 E. Broad Street itrtek house, semi-detached, rltrht j rooms; brick kitehen In yard. Lot 24x155, more or less, to an alle v. \\e will offer this desirably located prop- 1 erty at aurtion on THURSDAY EVENING. SEPT. 13. 1912 at t) o'clock; HAWKINS ft nri'or.i>. Auctioneers, _10) North Seventh Street. s.-i:? of Valuable Manufacturing Plant at Altavista, Vd.?By vlrtuo of two de-ds of tni?t. nearlrif dato of August 1. Uli. and April II, D\\ and duly recorded In th" Campbell County clerk's offle... tho under slciiod will pe:i at public auction, on the premise*, on Friday, October 1?. I?1J, at 10 I o'clock A. Mo the plant of the Consolidated Furnitur? Works, including factory and office buiidliiKs and land attached thereto, machinery, franchises, patent!-. r,rrie? furnt and nx'turcs, manufactured goods, ma- ! Chlnery and supplies and material on haml. | as ? whole or In parcels to suit purchasar?. Terms! Cash, but inoro liberal terms ran be obtained upon reasonable conditions. A. | C. Bell; Altavista. Va; \V. 11 Ojuid, 6. B, Caskla. A. B. Percy. Lynchburg, Va, Trustees. Krai CQtiitr jfoc EUnt FOR Uil N'T. DWELLING, 834 W. Grace Street Ton rooms, location most desirable^ Possession at once. DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR. IS North Eighth Street. HOTEL FOR RENT Tbo Arvonia Inn. at Arvonla, Va., will be for rent October the first. This hoes.; is furnished from top to bottom With nice, comfortable furniture rind fixtures; water in the house, and lighted with acetylene gas, Also a iurge stable on the premises, which with the rluhl man can bo .made pro? fitable in connection with' the hotel. Rent moderate. Apply to THE ARVONIA IMPROVEMENT CO., _A r> on I, v.. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND CLAV STREETS. Open dally from 11 A. M. to b P. M. Admission. "5c. ""-en on Satur?Aya. The Confederate Museum T\\ ELFTH AND CLAV STREETS; OPEN 9 A, M. 'lu 5 P. M. Admission, -?"' Frff on Saturdays itTrfll C?t:itr X-i1 -bv.lc If You Are" ik inKing Of buying a homo or building lot. pleaso phono or write us, and wo will show you an attractive list. Our time la yours. Wo will please you If pos pollard .fc baoby, i'hone Mad. ITS. 1102 e. Main. 1 aylor Street, Chafhn Street, Beverly Street, Cary Street, We offer bargains on thn abovo named streets, both east and west of the Boulevard. Get in touch with us <iutck. HAWKINS .t- BUFORD, 13.) North Seventh Street _Srljool?. Miss Ellett's School for Girls Opposite Monroe Park, M N. Laurel *?., Illehmonil, - Vlrglnli Sen (em heir SB, IblS. l)OUW 4 TtjlViTlSrT^ND RolvLXcTlTAirrTr THE JEFFERSON Richmond, Va. Tho most r.ugnnicen: hotel in the South. European plan. Itoumi _in_le sno en suite, with itn'l without Laths. Spacious sample rooms. Special summer Hnte?. (lnh rtrenk. feet. SUlantfc Cttp L\f?ortd Wcrnersville, Pa. A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL Resident physician, Tonic and Curative baths. Special diet k'tchen. [.canons I? lloslcetrr nml WeoTing, An ideal place during thu tall and winter months. Under same management as GALEN HALL IT I. A NTH ( ITV, N. J. JDclnlunre __latcr <8ap_ WATEIt OAT HOtSE. The Mountain Paradise* Open until l>...-. mt>-r r. Eltcnslrely Ira pi ved, The most modern Slid flnejt lo? cated hotel In this region. Cuisine of tas highest standard; white service, orchestra, social diversions; every out-of-door amun meht; new, beautiful -aim Court and Cafe, Special September and autumn rates. Booklet ar.il sutu mni'i mailed. Sixth ges? so n. JOHN PUftDY CUPEL McGuire's University School OPP. MONROE PARK. IUI IIMOND, VA. FORTY-EIGHTH SESSION begins September is. Thorough preparation for university, college, technical school, 1 S, Nival and Military Academies. Primary department for small boys, with separate Instructors, study-hall and recitation rooms. Tho prin? cipal at 7 North Belvldoro Street. Hours. 9 A. M. to l p. M. and after 5 P. M. Phono Madison r.l7(. For full Information, see catalogue at book stores, or by mall. JOHN P. McGUIRB, Principal. Miss Colquitt's School 820 West Grace Street, Reopens on Monday, September 23d. Miss Edith Crump Opens her studio September 10, 1912, for a limited number of |ui|>i!--. Piano, Singing and Pipe Organ nfc taught. Telephone Monroe 1497-L ior rates, Miss Nannie F. Hicks Will resume her Classes in ENGLISH, HIGHER MATHEMATICS, LITER? ATI RE, LAI IN. FRENCH and GER? MAN September 26th. Address: The Shcnnndoah. , TUB I II \Mlti ltl \r\r. SCHOOL A Country Schob) for Hoys at Richmond. Va. Second s< sslon begins Sept. 23, 1912. Thorough preparation for college, unlvor I school, Prtritarj llepnrt nient tor Small Itoys. Men Instructors ex? clusively. Ampin playgrounds. Culntogu* t r.u ; .? bad on sppilitatlon The Headmas? ter will tie at tho school, 3311 drove Ave-, utter Sept. Rh; telephone Madison M51-1. C. 0. CHAMBERLAYNE, M. A., Ph. D.. Head mas ter. MissMorris's School FOR olltl.S. :t East Or nee Street. September 25. 1912. Catalogues' at book stores or from Hie principal. MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS, Principal 1116 West Avcnutt, Virginia Mechanic's Institute It lehnten d's Muht Reboot of Tcchnoiofjrjs Registration begins September 1?, 1912. 7:00 to 0:30 P. M. School begins September 25. 1912. FH INK \V. DUKE, Super in i en dent. Richmond College Session Open* September 10. Standard college courses, with many elective.", leading to the degrees of B. A., B. S. and. .NT. A Special courses In one or more subjects offered to mature students win do not wish to matricu? late for a degreo. The number of courses offered has doubled In the past ten yenrs. catalogue nnd full Infor? mation upon request. Address Pre.VI P. w. Iloatvrrlght, Telephone Mad. 2312-J. Richmond, Vn. FACULTY STUDENTS 8 M&N 150 LIMITED RICHMOND )A PS?fory For Boys ? WM. L. PRINCE, Dean. Eleventh Session Begins September 1?. PLAYGROUND T1!? ?ean is "ow HONOR SYSTEM ^ ?t Academy office. Qp CITY BLOCK. TelePhone Madison DISCIPLINE. 626a.