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?renter Richmond'* Greater Newspaper,
iflip3n!np^<l^> Bippolrh
GREATEST WANT \M> ni:\l. ES?
TATE MKD1I M in VIRGINIA, V Ml
ONE or rni; REST in vmbhii v.
Want Ad Rates
Dally, line i.hi per mini nben paid
In advance. No Ad. taken fur I.-?? than
*???? ernlN.
<?n.- and one-bait <-?-ut* n word nil
claaalflcallouN exerpl situation Wanted
tor Sunday, situation Wanted, one cent
? ivord, No Id, Sunday lakeu for le?a
than nit, . n ..ihn.
No Ada, taken tor lc*n lhaa ivrenty
*i?<* ceutM ?.in-n phoned in <?r charmed
in tin- counter.
Phone ordern not guaranteed.
Claanlllcatlona not Kiii.nnii.-rii after
DtSO i?. it,
lor liuHlneaM contract* send for the
AVnat Ad. \|ao. phone Monroe i.
fcoct ariD j-onnb
l.'.W.'W. bench mi KEYS IMC- !
"i ' : ? ' ? ? ? ?) ? M < ii i. ?
l?rlp tflantcb, ??alc
WANTED, LABORERS FOR STEAM
?hovel work at Vurino, N, C. Waxes,
?1.60 per day, Weekly pay. FISHER
& ' a^hozza. General c"-. i: i> (.,rb
WAXTRIj, FOR U. S. a It.MY, ABLE
bouled, unmarried men, betwoei ??
of is and {a,, cltliieiis of United States;
oi good character nr>i temperuti hab.
, Its, ?.vim enn ;? ren ! and write
. tli" English language. For Informa
tlon, apply to itecruitlng Officer; SSO
i. !, !:? 1 mond, Vs.
;WAN S i '
d carriage shop. Apply at orico Tllu.
11. DUKE .v '??>. "4 Brook Avcnui
CAPABLE YOIiNCi MAN TO APT AS
stenographer r.<i perform usual utlii"
duties f ir ;..-r:i Irl co?nlrj ob? hun
dr-o rnl'cK fr-m Richmond Address
F K'3. care Tiini s-D.lspatt b.
"SVANTBD, EXPEniENCfil) RBTA11,
dry goods and shoe salesman; per?
manent position; good wages I .
right party. Apply J. MESSENGER
& CO . Culpoper, V>.
jwa'ntfor olerical wi irk
young man eighteen if. twenty years
"ill. n't afruld of work, in insti?
tution where abiiitv is !?? I
IF opt or WORK, apply TO AMER?
ICAN LABOR BUREAU, 110 Nortl
Nint h Street
IF. anted" white barber, 112 per
J.week guaranteed $02 Wett Broad
J?OY WANTED in "IlARDWAltE
fore Address F ?'? 31. .-are Tinte?
i drpatch.
Wanted] mechanical dracghtsT
man; b'rjo with experience on ??!?"?
trirni tnachln.-rv preferred. R 5$3,
_care TIRics-Dlspatch,
IT Kthn ? icci e >:p?R( 0
grocery cle.-k. one who run cut meat;
jTvANTKi'. ONE GO id 1 IJ MBER AI ?
; -" II til za, 10s No: tii Ninth
X: .I..-: GOOD MAN" FOR
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE. I ? iit
\. . ;??:!?. an ASSISTANT REGIS,
tired pl.arniaeUt at once. Address
? a BARNES, Athintnl. Vn. _ -
\. .NTED HARNESS.MAKERS. AP
c u ray HARNESS co.; j
. :. '_
siuiiiii?iio C?iinir?. Vtf?ic
ftEOisTlcrMSD ?^uoHiSf. open for
engagement; inanatrer or ??.loric. ten
years' experience; fix years as
:r:ar..\get; best of references: Ad?
dress F l?s. care T!rn>-s-I"i!?patcJr..
a'OUNG MAN" <>j'NLttaL OFFICE EX
peflonce, itehofcrapher, bookkeeper,
? t.-. capable of handling corresj
onte without dictation; desires posi?
tion- employed: references Address
J atp. . ire T:tr..-s-l.;>j at,i h
(ASSISTANT ItEfliSTE'iViflii DRUGGIST
desires relltif work; six years' expe?
rience; ifoud rtferenci Address F
h>>2, eure Tlmes-OIsi itch. _
(STENOGRAPHER DESIRES EMPLOY
m?nt; middle-aged man, good ;?:-.
' man. Arliir-.?? C. E. 1North Elev?
enth Street; Richmond._
Orlp fjClantCO J cniulr
iCCS 'K want:::> ReI i ren :: re
quired pay, t',- V"T mi:-.".!'., room on
place, if wanted, Apply lii2 Barton
Avenue. Barton Ho I gilt s,_I
[(WANTED, EXPERIENCED NURSE j
fur young baby. Apply, with refer- I
? noes, ?hy' morning this w.-ek ^it'-r
u o'cloek ai No 1103 Qrove Avenue !
Wanted. expeIUen?ed b?x-trTm
merit. Apply WHITLOCK BRANCH,
FEDERAL CIGAR co.; Twenty-;
third and Main StjSuits,
Wanted, a middle-aged Laun^
dry woman; $10 per month; a good
home und board furnished; Mat.- age
and weight Addr. ?s No. 1700 North
hecond Street, Harrlaburg, Pa
IW anted, A y?unc1 lady i300k
kecper fatnlllur with double-entry <
tiookkeeplng and ?;.-nernl office rou?
tine; one only who is oUtck at tic
tires nml writes ?' "'1 hand; ^-Iv.- ref?
erences; cbtnmuhlcattbni! cohfldenttali '
L 4 3*4. cur.- Tlmes-Dlspatch.
iA-"CO?"kT Will 'im f "i ) 11 COl.i ?BEI >. TO
c-oolt in a .small family; pleasant s ir- i
rounding*. Address T. m feCOTT,
EastvlUo Stnti?n. Vji^
?tMIITE MANAGING housekeeper,
not over nr.. Apply at once 1102 Fos: ?
ter Building, 110 North Xjnth Street.
|W'ANTEL\ ? fi rst-CLASS " C< ?ok ;
good wag. -. Apply between 9 und l
at 1614 West Avenue.
ftvANTED. A COLORED nilll. for
general heusewo'rkj liighiumi Park,
Phone Miadlson '_'J_]__
^rlp, a?, c RH J rm.ilr
jtCANTEO, job imtTess kf." :i > i: r.s.
nlao girls for our bbji dcpiirtmcht. I
th e a. s. k ra iv. co Sec uni im i
Dccatttr Streets, South .Richmond, V
MEN Cnd nm'.MI'.N want::;. for
government poslllons; {so month;
writ'- for list of positions open,
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dopt.
R... :.. -t- r. N V._
feftuattensf, i&r?fcwional
IPTa'NTKD,' BY A" LAl'V "i' EXPE
rlence, - position to tcaclt small chll
tlreh English "i>J music mar
GARET, Zlon, Va.
!vVanted, by an EXPERtENGBD A.
B. college urartu.itr, holiUng n iirut
grade and university summer school
professional certificate, a position to
teach. Addrers Miss x Y. 'A., care
Postmaster, Sutherlln. Va.
KvANTl'.l'. POSITION as TEACHER
for small children: English and
rmisir. state terms E. R.. Fnlmouth,
Va._
?SXPEIMENCED TEACHER OF PIANO
and pipe organ, graduate of a prom?
inent Virginia e->il<-g.\ will take a
limited number of ptinlls. Address
M.. :io2 Nort!) Davis Avi-nue, or 306
North Tliii t v-tliird Str.-et._
tsolltit?r? tin? fealeomeri
^N^'x"'"\\ AN'l'EO.
SALESMAN TO SELL MONTHLY 1N
stalmonl gnnrahteod bonds; excep?
tional opportunity for salesmen who
ran furh'sh flrst-claso references in
surane.' men preferred. A. STUART,
sixth floor Hlllyer Trust Building,
,' Atlanta, Gu.
Prott?slonnl l?rlp CLUntro
mai.i: t'k :<-t i krs wanted kok
many vacancies Virginia an<i tho
South. Salaries 160 and 180. Special
emolmcitt m?xt ten days. w. II.
." ines m"r . ? ??: :?. >, ?, (j c_
J Stires
Wa.vii-.',. im. PVULU} to KNOW
that JAHNKH UROa, Jewelers, :mj
Hast Main Street, buy, sell, exc ange
und REMOUNT DIAMONDS IN TUB
LATENT STYLES, on ?o.d end sll
vei tlwny? tuke; e.\c:innt:e.
IDEAL VI INTILATOR ~c?. IM ion E
M..nr. .? D,ij2.
i: s > i: i?*t i'on a i. l v be?ptiim ;T
fancy work win be on exhibition at
122 Bast Marshall from Tuesday, the
TOth, j to. Saturday, nth. Inclusiv*.
WANTED, CYLINDERS Tl> HE BORED.
RICILMQND MACHINE WO It Kb', inc.
RELIABLE Tl: AN.-Vi .1:. M 11.I.N E11 .-,
302 North Ninth .street, hauls trunks
for 25c, Claim check* InBlied at the
house f"r >our baggage. Two men
on oili ivajg?i Phom Madison 144.5.
National Bank <it Virginia;
Richmond, V.i . September 1. 1912.
NOTIUK-^-THE NATIONAL BANK of
WiK'nin. located at Richmond, in the
State of Virginia, i- closing up 'tM
affairs. All uotf.-holtlei . and others,
'i''I.- :~ i,: .to.s ,.-ialion. ure
hereby notified to present the notes
mid >??!..?.- claims against said ah.-'.
cation ror yayment,
w. u. ADDISON, Cashier.
I ???it.-1 at Richmond, Va . A . . 30.1312,
Suoinros Oppintunitiro
DU PayTn? ken'I ???v.k LE&'?
money to buj or build homes or to
pay off mortgage., anywhere In tho
United States1; only pet cent slinp.'o
annual Interest. Wu give you 10
years to repuy loan at the rate ol
is per mouth on ?.-ach ?1.00(1 bor1
rowfjd. w> will shotV yu. that It is
cheaper to own your own home than
to pay rent. Write, can or phone
Monroe ; fin full Information
i ? ? EMPIRE REALTY AND
MOB Tl I AO 13 COMPANY, lull Mutual
B?|idlr.g. Richmond, Va. _
Poultry, prts tiit? 2.10c Btorli
WANTED." TO BUY 1 ok p.-'1A ll''
cows. Apply Boom 12 No. 132 Ea
:,: . 1_
Jrr, ,Cuul tiao Ciiuoo
wood AND COAL,
OUR DRY KINDLING BKS'? IN CITY,:
heretofore handled by Miulotulau !
Wo.d Cor:.;.any. t- .'.j nalf-cbrd DA- I
V1D M. LEA at CO. Pilo::? Monroe
6-0 _
C?N?'IFSELLINO THE BEST FREE- I
burning coiil at summer pric.es. Ills
wood Is large b.ocks and ory. It will
pay you to see l.iin this week and
tnak- yotir arrangements for win
ter. OIBce 1506 West Br< . I
PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US FOB
fiieli a? we handle the best nnthra
ilte, lump >;,.lnt. und Fire Creek
? . .. itlh'. try a load of cur pine and
on/, wood, which Is dry ami under
shelter. TYLER & RYAN. 1061 West 1
Gary Street. Madison ID7?. Monroe
pr I S 0 IUI IS
I.A -'l" i a LL F?R r.'EDI
i to give try patn :;s my pi
1 n the private of 11
If you have n sptrella ?'
A DIE.*. ATTENTION' THE GREAT
NUMBER ??:-" ORDERS I have
TAKEN THE PAST WEEK. AT?
TESTS THE TRUTH OF MY ASSER?
TIONS CONCERNING Ml ABILITY
AS AN EXPERT ON WOMEN S
TAILORED CLOTHES. 1 AM STILL
Ci NTINUINO THE ?FFeR I MADE
EAST \\ eek, IN WHICH Y?U WlLi. 1
POSITIVELY SAVE TEN D' >LLARS
? >N YOUR FA ee and WINTER
SLIT. J. WINTERS, 208 1-2 NORTH
SIXTH STREET. !
iLl BERO, LADIES' TAILOR. FO
.KEY WITH KAUFMANN & C
.YS JF YoE LET 11 EM MAKE YOI
' IT N'OWj HE CAN .-.WE YOU I
? lir. ' >N EN EP.Y SUIT, 802 NOR"!
RST. PHONE MONROE 3l.il.
AVE YOUR NEW SUIT FITTED
over a Splreiia corset. Expert ser?
vices by one Of our trained tur
neueres free. SPI KELLA CORSET
SHOP. 20s North Fifth street. Mrs
Cornelia Moore, Manager.
HUMAN HAIR BOUGHT and ?oed
at HUGHKS5S, 80S North Third.
L\od 11:5 j-ot l&rnt
i l l: KENT. SEVERAL ATTRACTIVE
rooms, heated and convenient to
hath, on Franklin Street, ue.tr Third.
References exchanged. Address tj
?172. care Times-Dispatch. _
THREE LAR'gE: ROOMS AND PRI
vate t>atn. arranged lor housekeep?
ing, eicctrtc'iy. heat, water furnish?
ed, ga.i connection! beautiful loca?
tion. Grove Avenue. Cnll Madison
TWO DESIRABLE. F U UN ISHED
rooms for gentlemen! term.-' nieder- 1
ale, N >. 110 South Fifth, Flat N ?.
TWO WlifJrifi ATTRACTIVE. CON
ncctlng rooms, unfurnished: posses-I
?loh October 1; also one furnished; \
immediate possession; soco.nd apart- ,
ment. 201 >.: 1 ?t Franklin.
TWO ROOMS IN NEW II'U SE. WOOD
land llti'ghts. Phone Monroe 2ti>7-J.
IiAROE AND SMALL ROOMS"; FUR
ntshed > i unfurilltfhod; first Moor. 205
East Franklin.
Nl'-EEV FURS'TSHED ROOMS WITH
Cir ivllhOUt board. TIS East Marshall
Stre? t. _
i l It.MSHKD HOI SEK EEPINO ROOMS."
01 . North Eighth.
FOR KENT. NICELY ; FURNISHED
vapor heated rooms; single or en
suit- 103 Bast Grace.
F?il I; ENI'. TWO THIRD STORT
front rooms, furnished or tin'urnlsh
edj to c.Mipie 01 gentlemen for light
housekeeping, bii West uracd
Street._
HANDS! iMELY FURNISHED ''CLEAN
rooms, 75c dny up. T?JE ROANOICK,
_111 North Eiithth._
FURNISHED RfiOMS for KENT. 80S
'. ? .-a ?'i.i> Street_
Boarbins
l" l K.VI.-ii :i. ANI i IMI-RNLSHED
rooms, with llrst-CtaM board. 21C
Shafer street, four doors south of
the Chestorfleld. MKS, EKE faulk?
NER. _
DE s IRAK LW it??Ms" HOME COM
forts, 100 West Main, adjoining Jef?
ferson Hotel. _
WANTED, BOARDERS: ALSO TABLE
boarders. Apply 200 East Grace,
MRS a. M camm Has TWO AT
trnetlve suites of rooms for perma?
nent boarders. .120 East C.raee.
'liiM ?Iis, W IT 11 BOARD, AT 209 ' EAST
Franklin. Also taOle hoard.
MRS. ELLEN S. MORTON HALL
room; table board. 205 West Grace
WANTED, a GENTLEMAN BOARDER
In private family near Leo Monu?
ment; references exchanged, Ad?
dress ::?'?! care Times-Dispatch.
Hfl u EST GRACE STREET, MODERN
CohVehlohecn; good hoard; refer?
ence;, exchanged. 110 West Oraco
?StrceL
DAILY PUZZLES
from mein CIGAR,DOT
-.SMOKED PART vilu
NOD fall.
What Vnlu
ANN weit I
m'. , . >R< y.
und sei
kind, l ?
kor sale
seeond-ha
trunkb ;
elsnbr
Street. l?n
TYPEWRIT
teed, five
II" down
Ciiiciii.'d.
I'. Gl VtifSj
no. i l ci
grades i<
lUttt hllir;
euces; th
Mo-jjituiii
i?'o:l wag<
Rio. .
rep .;:
a:; OLD, I
? are 'j "I
> ? >H ' ! . ?. I
lllpp]
LKb
hau ;.
>m PK ins
tC i C LE?' N BV?
spairihg of all
23 West BrouJ
CHEAP, ALL KINDS Ol
ml mechanical tools; ulsu
ind suit car.-s. Apply I'.
BROS., 1705 Bast Main
??? lib) .kt.-lF.
FULL"! G?ARAN
id&Ys frei trial, on terms
$3 pel month, F. o. B.
N?. h Remingtons, $35; No.
vo i Underwoods, $5v,
iih. $5<j. All standurd
.is than half p'ice. State
desired with three refer
If . GE? GILES, 319
RoSnoke, V*.
?:..- go to i.-i'-iiAit: -.-'on
.". Ui >ok Avcn?c Painting,
^ i.'i i it/: '-i i ire woi k.
>"; AllI.l.-ilKU COAL AND
111.AI
to select from. B?gele? for the bus
nt-ns man. a meyer's sons. 131
we ilave "stiTdT:b?"ker sprin
ii wagons; one
i'ggyi
.s 11. D?KE .v
smith fi ra. - and smokestacks 1.
BLUFORD a- '?<?
MM: oil. PAIN . .No.- at APIECE
LIVINGSTON JEFFERIES, Artlati
Raleigh, n C
PHONE MADISON 193?, SOUTHERN
WRECKING AND METAL CO.. who
win buy anything?bti'ldlngs; ma?
chinery, iron, brass, rubber, etc. Ex?
port wreckers and seroi.d-hand ma?
chine dealers 3400 to 3500 Wtiilams
burg Avehye, Richmond, Va.
?':?: . INDIAN ' MOTORCYCLE" FOR
sale, practically hew. Apply row
ers-tav:. ? _
j-lttiQ foi L\rnr
PfKST : ..'? >!: 11.av. five' 'rooms
(central), to adults. Phone Madison
1555-J, between :< and :. a. m
FHtST FLATTVoL*R ROOMS, PARK
Avenue, near Alien. If wish t? see
' ..; Madia ri t-i: for information.
FIVE'ROOM SECOND FLOOR El.at.
Virginia Avenue, Highland Park:
electric lights, bath, back and fr".\i
porch; hot water heated; 125 per
month Madison I _
I;.ii::i.< r~ "?partmev. s. pri
vatc both, steam heat, clistrlc lights.
20i East Frahkl'n, Pi.one MudUon
<i. from 9 to 11 A M.
L?dlUfD
wXnt'eD. ley F(hT^~CA811.
household good* In any quantity.
I 'hone Madison . i
Wanted, to buy household
go..ds in any quantities; highest cash
prices i aid. Phone Madlton t>093._
a pretty Mittle girl baby.
eight months old. can be had for
adoption; references required Ap?
ply A 545, care Times-Dispatch.
WANTED. A GOOD se<?OND?hAND 5
horsepower 600-volt D. motor.
CLARENCE COSBY, 162? Eist Cary
Street. _
BOXW?ODreither cut GFtEEN s or
plants, wanted for cash. Si nd full
particulars with prices t.. IP'XWOOD,
P. o. Box 4. South Orange, N. J.
FL'RXituR!: v.- A NTED? WE.r." BUY
household goods of nny kind and
amount. Phono Mndtson 11*06.
Ural Cijiiitc S'Oi =?iilr
see these BAP.il A ins
i'O ACRES EXCELLENT LAND NEAR
Richmond on good road; nearly nil In
cultivation: five-room house, beau?
tiful lawn; $2,750.
110 ACRES GOOD dwelling! about S
good outbuildings; 7."> cleared; good
orchard, shady lawn, fully furnish?
ed for farnllng; good team find ma?
chinery, ? bargain can be had In
this.
WANTED; TO EXCHANGE FA RM IN
Iowa for Virginia farm; also farms
for city property. POLLARD .t
BAOBY, 1102 East .Main Street, Rich?
mond, y'ai ;_
BU Y a~li?M7; ~ with YOUR rent
money. VVe will bu yoi build you a
home and allow you to pay for same
at tlie rate of $7.50 pel' mouth, plua
6 P> r cent simple int< rest, on each
$1.000 borrowed. It will also pay
you to Investigate our Investment
feature. Write or call on THE
standard HOME CO:; 012 Mutual
Building. Richmond._Va._
FINE FARM, WELL .LOCATED. AT
tractive brick mansion, for sale or
part exchange for city property.
Timber lands. VIRGINIA INTER?
STATE LAND AGENCY, Eynehburg.
i Va._ _
NEWLY" IMPROVED PROPERTY,
yielding 10 per cent, ill good locality.
Price, $1.750. Liberal terms. d, Uox
ICE
FOR sale. BY OWNER, EIGHT
loom detached frame house; all mod?
ern conveniences; in West End. one
block from new *v'.non school now
being built Will net 12 1-2 to 14
l?r cent to quick purchaser. Ad?
dress 1. 410. care Tinies-l Mspatrh.
FOR s?i. E, , NEW BRICK jack SON
Ward flats, paying 12 per cent; ab?
solutely good investment, E 609,
j-ii r.- Tim- f-Dispa"'''
FOR SALE, i83~V4 ACRES ov GOOD
land; Improved; seven miles from
Petersburg, seventeen miles from
citv; ch.-ap to quick buyer! For par?
ticulars, Address A. E. .MART/.. 8304
East Bfoa'd street. Richmond.
Hlbfnl Ventilators
IDEAL. VENTILATOR C(J. PHONE
Monroe lCi'2.
?UaJ estate j:oc Rent
FOR RENT, FARM; A1 'HKS OF
intiil in cultivation; largo orchards;
10 miles <?t Richmond, on electric
??r Hue. HARGROVE, 108 Host Main
btrc< i
LARGE ?ND BMA Uli CONNECTING
rooms, tarnished or unfurnished,
(IrsI i!?.or. 2?6 ICast Franklin Street
Tei ms reasonable.
3.\Ciil estate Ccumtco
Li.-, ioi i; .? .?!...>.; w nn j a. co'n~
kelly .v; CO. Wilt., uustul for uoe
y blanks.
WANTED, TO itENT ? FAIIM '.WITII
stock and i..-> bouth ol Richmond
year o: so. E. H WHITE, 120 Soy
WANTED. TO It KNT 1-rilNI.-HKH
ol Broad and wei I t First Street.
Itoferenei Address, with terms,
WANTED; TO RBN'I SMALL If 11 -
ulalied hotel; g.i location; city or
I ...
Dispatch.
WANTED, MANUFACTURING .SITU'
'.n railroad siding Address A 10
care 'i Inn tt-DUputt h.
feuiuiiiri SoarbutQ
P.OEI.KYaKIi INN. on ?AMI'TU.-N
Roads, country . :.?! beashulO coin- ]
blned. v. iih er... i ? uvonlences. Send
fot llteratun to the MISSES TABU,
j_: _ . ? Va_
S??tO ?-lillltfCi
v? anted, hv refined, well edu
ratel ::.i. Kentleinan, room and
board with prlyatq family. 1. 117.
Care Times-Dlspat li
Rooms ttlantrd
ED. BY 1..\ 11 v ' v, 1 i Ii UNQ?E
?:.!<? Itlohm >hd Hotel
iilREE SMALL R? ?'MS, FURNISHED
for Hghi housekeeping state price
?
wanted. BY V'MN'i; MARRIED
couple, two or three rooms for light
housekeeping neat Unloii TtieolbgD
T? B..\ Ti. Richmond Hall, Union
Theological S< mlnary, Richmond.
j-loto cuanteo
WANTED, FOUR OR FIVE-ROOM UN
furnished upartmeht, central; giv'
location and terhis first letter; mat
and wife, without children. Appl:
' .? _i_-;;:
?Jt?ccllancou?
btor
CHEAPEST STORAGE IN CITY". $1
per load. Stort you: furniture, bug
U.t.., UUloIUO lit.". ;>UllU3 ul i'oill'
KINS. V.N It Broad.
1X3 AN ft
(5,000
O LEND o.N DIAMONDS AXD
wstcbea at No.' York rates. N. F,
JACuita A. suN. No -.3 Nona Ntr.t.t
PH iE REPAIRING.
I0c. REBATE IF YOU BRING SHOES
villi tills coupon, Mens shoes h.tlt
soled, 75C.. rebated to 65c; ladies'
hau soles, 60c.; rebated to Every
pal? sewed; best leather; no nails, no
pegs. Heeling. iOo. DREW'S ELEC?
TRIC SHOE FACTOR 4. 71? East
MOlh. 1". no Monroe 2??7.
A WIFE'S TROUBLES.
HO?SECLEANING, WAXING AND
staining floors We will take care
of that. New hous'ts specialty. Call
Monroe 3i20. WILLIAM JOHNSON.
express OFFICE
PACKAGES RECEIVED AND MONET
, - sold. 121 West Broad. C, B
HAYN ES ?_CO._
" watch repairing.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRED OR CLEAN
ed by W'M; TOB1EJ1, JR., is a guar
untie that it tone properly; 20
years experience. Cleaning. $1; tnalr
springs, il 40$ East Bruitd Street
FRUIT JARS.
QUEEN GLASS TOP JARS. FRUIT
cannot spoil in these. Pints, Eic
dozen; ttuarts, SOc dozen; onet-hall
gallon. $1.15 dozen. HO WELL BROS.;
fiiji' East Broad Street._
' MASON FRUIT JARS.
MASON REGULAR JARS. ONE PINT.
4;ic. dozen; ?juat-ts, 50c, dozen: one
half gallon, 75c dozen. HOW-ELL
BROS.. ?02 Bast Broad._
BAKERY.
CREAM puffs! ? REAM puffs!
Cream puffs! Large one, vanilla
flavor, 12 for 25 ? mts, DRINKARD S,
423 1-2 North Sixth Streut.
? g cii? (ils.
RICHMOND SCHOOL OF STENOG?
RAPHY, 712 AMERICAN NATIONAL
RANK BUILDING FARE AND
WINTER SESSION COMMENCING
SEPTEMBER ED.
Mi.-.-- )-.-\ " 'I ESS. PRINCIPAL.
?$cmrtB0
Xl, riCE '? '1" A 3PE !1 \ 1, MEETING i
THE S'D'a'KH' ?LD1TRS OF SOUTH
ATLANTIC LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
special meeting of the stockholders
of the South Atlantic Life Insurance
Company has been called by On?
board of directors of the company,
to be hold at the principal office of
the company, in the city of Rich?
mond. Va . on the 24th day of Sep.
tendier, IP!-, at the hour of noon,
for the following general objects ami
purposes, among Others;
1. To consider and act upon a Joint
agreement entered into by the boards
of directors of the South Atlantic
Life Insurance Company and the
American National Lifo Insurance
Company, Incorporated, Is merged
Into and consolidated with th-- Sotith
Atlantic Life Instirnncd Company,
under the name Atlantic Life Insur?
ance Company, upon the term* nnd
conditions set out at length in said
a, reembnt,
2. To consider and act upon any
other matter In connection with said
mor.'-T "nr consolidation or relating
thereto, or any other matter or mat
t.-rs which may properly he brought
bef >re a special or 'g.-n.-ral mooting
of the stockholders of said company
By ord-r of the board of directors
CHAS, O. TAYLOR JR..
i_ _ Secretary.
~je A STATED COMMINRATION
XY "f Metropolitan Lodge. No 11
?v\ A.. F. & A. M.. will |>? h.-ld In
tin Masonic Temple THURSDAY AF?
TERNOON. September 12, ir.12. at 6
o'clock. Members of sister lodges nnd
transient brethren are cordiallv In?
vited.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
_W N WATKINS. >. , r.-t ,-v.
SBi^en? Notice*.
'"""V>fli.-.."..f"th.''""" ?^-?-y
I.anston Monotype Machine Compnnv.
Philadelphia, Pa.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS
this day declared a quarterly divi?
dend of I 1-2 per cent on lite capital
stock <c tiiiF company, payable on
the SOth <lay of Hoptc-mbor, 1912, to
stockholders of record at the cioso
of business September 23. 1:112.
,T. SELLERS BANCROFT1,
Treasurer.
Philadelphia. September 3. toll.
,on Against G<ay Luml
Company Will Be Tried in
Sussex Court. .
ASSAULT CASE CONTINUED
Methodist Sunday-School Asso?
ciation Will Meet
Sunday'.
Times-Dispatch nurp.au.
i Bblllngbrook Street,
Toleph >ne 1 |
Petersburg, Va., Septcmbor ii.
In the Circuit Court of Sussex County
yesterday the suit t?i $10,000 damages
Instituted by the administratrix ot
Samuel C Collins against the Gray :
Lumber Company foi the death of her
husband, alleged id have been du.- to
the company's negllgonco. was set tor ,
Monday next Wlllcox a.- \vaie.?\, of
this city. ;ir.- counsel for the plaintiff.
Tho deceased, at tue time he was killed,
was lit the employment of ti.o company
as a locomotive engineer. Judge WeBI
will not preside in the case and has
uH,<ed t. at another Ju<lge be designated
to hear it
Political Discussion in Susaex.
J. Gordon Bohannbh, of this city.!
Democratic elector for 'he Fourth Dls
Iri t. s;> k<- ;>! - l ?? it Court yesterday. ;
i Ontlhlng his address entirely to tile
lint ?nal campaign. He made an ad?
mirable speech, which was greeted
with much applause by an audience of ?
200 or more people.
Following Mr. Hohnnnon, Judge Wol- 1
ter A. Wats.01 and Robert Turnhull.
candidates t"r the congressional horn- .
Ination. spoke in tho Interest of their,
respective claims. The discussion be?
tween th- two was entirely courte-ius.
Judge Watson and Mr. Turnbull will
meet in d!s.- i? dort at kenbrldge, in
Lunehbnrg County, to-morrow Ar?
rangements have not yet been made
for their Joint meeting In Petersburg .
lasault ' use Continued.
The ease involving the assault by
Ribert Mitchell, of Stony Creek, on ;
Cl?ren?- . Clements, of Sussex, has beert
continued to the next term of tho Clr- J
Ult jCourt of Sussex. Mr. Mitchell Is
?out on hall and lias not yet been in?
dicted. Young Clements, as ban been
stated! was struck on tho head with
n baseball bat during the progress of
a c i:r.-> if ball some weeks ago at the
county courthouse His skull was fra-'
tured, and for several weeks he was a
patient In the Petersburg Hospital.
He Is now at his home at Booker arid ts
recovering.
Bobbed Three Times in Four Months.
The stire of l>. W. Branch, on South
Sj nntore Street, was broken Into last
night and robh.-d r,r tjeven or elsrht fine
pistols and a number of pocket-knives.
This is the third time this store has
been robbed of pistols and knives |t1
the la.-* four months F.ntrnnco was
forced through a rear window In each
Instance.
Methodist *inidii> School ' snoclatlrfh.
The fall meeting of the Methodist
Sunday Schoo) Union Association will
be hold Sunday afternoon next, with
si I M program of exorcises. In which
all the eight schools will take part.
The meeting will be held ?t High Street
Church, and the church choir win ren?
der special music, The address win t,..
delivered by the Roy. F. W. Moore, of
the Seond Baptist Church: subject.
"The Land in Which Jesus Dived."
The Milrhered Minister.
, There Is evidently some mistake
about the report that the remains of
the Dev. S. u. Greene? of the Balti?
more Conference, who was murdered
near Lewlsburg, W. Va., will be
brought to Petersburg for burl.il.
Nothing '.s known of the burial by
the undertakers of this city or by the
cemetery authorities. There are two
Methodist ministers named Greene who
joined the Virginia Conference from
Petersburg?on., stationed In Norfolk
and one In Richmond?both of whom
lire accounted for. The murder.-. 1
minister was unknown here.
xx.lliuiil PI res In ninvrlildle.
In addition to those already men?
tioned, woo.Hand fires have occurred
this week on the Ragsdalc and Booth
farms In Dlnwlddlo County, destroying
much cord wood and standing timber.
The drought In this section Is the
worst known In a great ninny years,
nnd crops have been greatly damaged
General Neve* Voten.
Jesse Taylor nnd Miss Fmma Chnd
ler. both or this city, left for Halifax.
N C.i yesterday whero they were
married. Tho wedding was a surprise
j to most of their friends,
i F. Nnwrath, n manufacturer of Man
[ ehoHter. a former resident- of Peters
j burg was in the city to-day, his first
j visit to his old homo In forty-eight
?
Many of the small streams In this
section are drying up because of the
j protracted drought.
I The colored schools of the city
opened to-dny, with an enrollment of
1,614 pupils. At the Poatiody High
School J81 Were registered; at the
Jones Street School r.il.v at tho East?
ward School 270. Larger school Itdr
commodntlona for the colored race xvlll
i have to be, furnished.
The Rov. l: P. Dandrldge. rector of
?St. Paul's Episcopal Church, la in Jof
fcrson County, \V. Viu, for the benefit
i of his health.
A saw mill owned by a colored man.
1 whOSO name could not t>? learned, lo
. ,?? 1 In Dlnxvlddle County a few miles
west "f the city, xvns destroyed by
(Ire last night.
Tlii L'terary Society of the Individ
I unl School in this city, was organised
to-day with the following olllccrs:
: it. Ident, Daniel Bengali; Vico-Presl
i ili at, Gerald Saal; Secretary and Trcas
I urcr, W. A. Totty, Jr.
IN SUPREME COURT
Appeal in win Cose?Railroad Company
Wins Uumuge Suit.
An appeal w.-ia allowed by the Supreme
court yesterday in th" case of c.rorite n.
Boss, Herbert M. Hos.. c , don T. Hess.
Llzxlo Pearl Rnndldge, R?gen? <?> Kos? nnd
XV'lKord W. Itoss m r.irtle 1. Ross, m her
.ovn light nnd as executrix Of Eugene E.
i: ... and Alma R. lt..'?. Dorothy rt. itoas
and Verna Ross, Infanta. The cue is ap?
pealed from tho Circuit c....irt ?f the city
,c t.ynehburg. and lnyolx'ea the construction
of the hotefcraphlo will of Eugene E. Rosa,
made Atigttst in, lWt Th.. loner court hehl
that i chlid hern two years after tlie will
was ir.ad" was pretermltted; an.l itavo it
on* eighth ol the .st.it-1. tins hping BSalgned
n, one e( numerous alleged error?.
flio canrt refused a writ of rrrnr In th*
case >>f xxv.rren Dean, administrator of
Frederick Kitchen, vs. the Greal Palls nnd
? i. a Dominion Railroad Company, from ihn
'circuit court of Alexandria County, Kitchen.
\vlio was ii busier In the United States
Viniv. stationed hi l'..ri VP , r_ was killed
when an automobile In which tie was a
pnsSlrflger was struck by n ear of the com
pony nt Rosalyn. The i-lr.all Court In.
strueud the Jury to And n v.-rdlct for the
defendant company, which It did. and this
judgment now stand*
auction fetUc? efjio Day
J. Thompson Brown & Co..
Real Batate Auctioneers.'
PUBLIC AUCTION
OP
commodious and HANDSOM1
FLOYD AVENUE RESIDENCE. Nl
1005?Two BLOCKS WEST WON
R?E park.
By request of the owner, moving
fr the city, wo will Roll nt public
auction, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912.
4:30 P. M.
th-ii first-class detached three-story
brick residence, on south line Floyd
Yventie, two blocks west of Monr ?
Park and thr.loors west of Linden
Strei t. An attractive and most de?
sirable neighborhood, with pari? and
street car conveniences, without at?
tendant nolso. The residence has 13
rooms, bay windows, ami Is located on
a very ^cep lot. with frame stables in
renr. The lot Is 30\139 deep, to a 15
foot alley.
TERMS: one-third cash, balance In
one nr.d two years, with Interest, se?
cured by trust deed on the property.
.1. THOMPSON BROW>4 & CO..
_ Auctioneers.
AT AUCTION.
2206 E. Main Street
Brick house, semi-detached, eight
rro.-ns. brick kitchen In yard. Lot
?4x155, inore or less, to an alley. We
?111 offer tills desirably located prop?
el t . at auction on
THURSDAY EVENING. SBPTi 12. 1913.
at 6 o'clock.
HAWKINS & BUF?RD.
A uctloneers,
10) North Seventh Street.
3union feiiiro, jfutute Dora
J??:?%r~?n7?^
Altavista, \n -By virtue of two de.-ils .??
' d ?*? August I. lill, sn?
April 1 ? .. in I duly recorded In th.,
offl e buildings and bind attached laeroto.
lure and flxt iri -. m inufactui it Bonds, ma?
chinery ami Supplies unit mat. rial on hand,
as a whols or In parcel* to suit purchasers.
Terms: Cash, but more liberal terms eon
be] nMalnert upon reasonable conditions. A.
c. Boh, Altavista, Va . VV l! dould, O.
B. Casklt, A. U. Percy. Lynchburg, Vs.,
Lxftil Cotdtr J"-oi Unit
HOTEL
FOR RENT
The Arvonla Inn. at Arvonla. Va..
will he for ro.nl October the tirst. This
ndusa is furnished from top to bottom
with nie, comfortable furniture and
fixtures; water In the house, and
lighted with acetylene gas. Also a
large stable on the premises, which
with the rieht man can he made pro
tltnble m connection with the hotel.
Rent moderate, Apply to
THE ARVONIA IMPROVEMENT CO..
fob rent
'. .w :::,t.inc.
834 W. Grace Street
Ten rooms; location mn.e desirable.
Possession at once.
DOUGLAS E. TAYLOR.
IS North Eighth Street.
fefiilro ptopostUo
<">t!lce of' tlo- state Highway Com?
missioner,
Richmond. Va., Sept. 3, 1912.
BIDS. WILL BE RECEIVER AT THE
clerk's office at La wroncevlllo. Vit;.
until 10 o'clock A. M. Monday, Sep?
tember 23, ii'i2. for the construc?
tion of one steel bridge over WaqUO
Creek. In Brunswick O aunty
Plans and specifications on file In
the clerk's office at Lawrehcevllle
and this office.
Certlflod chec. for (350 to uc
company oach i>td.
The right is reserved to reject nnv
and all bids.
Further information furnished on
application to the undersigned,
p ST. .1. WILSON.
State Hi'-:. ? i ? c tnnv^ssRyner.
15tinK fetiUrmcuto
STATEMENT OF
THE FI NAN' TAR CONDITION OF
The Union Bank of Richmond
LOCATED AT RICHMOND. IN THE
COUNTY of HENRI CO, STATE OF
VIRGINIA, AT THE CLOSE OK BUS?
INESS SEPTEMBER 4. 1012. MADE
TO THE STATE CORPORATION
I COMMISSION.
Reanurecs.
Roans and discounts.$1,726,886 4.;
Overdrafts . 56 ss
Bonds; securities, etc.,
owned, Including pre
! Iillutn on same. 340,9S3 82
Banking house and lot ... 115,000 50
: Furniture and fixtures.... 2.000 00
, Exchanges und checks for
' next day's clearings. 14!) 6)
Due frOtn national banks.. 39.S13 ' *
I Paper currency.
; Fractional paper eurrenc
nickels and cents.
j R?hl coin.
1 5.
Total.s.'.i ,',7 o;t
Liabilities,
. C.ipitnl stock paid In.$ 219,750 00
I Undivided profits; less
amount paid for interest.
expenses and taxes. 413,955 57
Dtvldi mis unpaid. 27 00
1 Individual deposits (sixty
day notest. . 1,339,73! 55
! Time certificates of flop ?>!?
(sixty-day notes 1. 50,704 37
Bills payable. Including
certificates of deposit
representing money bor?
rowed . 111 Odd Oft
Int. rest on deposits in ad?
vance . CO > 1 1 0,1
Total . 82.H2ll.1rt7 !??
I Ceorge W. Call, cashier, do sol
emiy swear that the above in a true
statement of the financial condition of
Tho Union Blink ol Richmond; located
at Richmond, in tho county of Henrlco,
State of Virginia, at Ihn clnse of busi?
ness on the ith day of September. nil 2,
to the. best of my knowledge and belief
GEORGE W. CALL,
Cashier.
rrect?Attest;
S. W. tom PK INS.
.1. It BE A SECY.
R. T, ARRINGTON,
Dlroctoi
Stato of Virginia, city of Richmond:
Sworn to ami Subscribed before ma
by Ooorgo W, c.Ri, oashlor, this 11th
dav ef September, 1912.
ALEX; F RYLAND.
Notary Public,
My cnmmiHslon expires August 9.
1913.
The Valentine Museum
1 ELEVENTH and clay STREETS.
Open daily from l> A. M. to s p. M.
I Admission, 250. ""-"o on Saturday*.
The Confederate Museum
'1 AVl-.l.FTU AND CLYY STREETS.
OPEN 9 A. M. TO 3 P. M.
j Admi..!>lun. 2 jo. Ft to oil Saturdays.
?itrtion fealf?, J-titurr E3?t?
Adam a. Wey hier.
Auctioneer.
Washington. I>. C.
THE ENTIRE FtTRNISKINOS AND
EQUIPMENT OF THE SHORE-HAM
KOTED, CORNER FIFTEENTH .\Xl>
It STREETS. N. W.i WA3HTNOTON.
D C..
Win bo gold by public auction In de?
tail, on the premises,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IT. 1912.
I otnmenclng at 10 o'clock A. M..
and continuing thereafter dally (except
Saturday i at tho same hour until all
IM f Cast
furth-r t
I'.vm a. WESCHLER,
Auctioneer.
. .v. W.i Washington, j>. c.
Ootrlo
TURKISH AND ROMAN It AT HS
mam
IB ?
THE JEFFERSON
Richmond, Va.
Th? most rauguldcsnt hotel In the
South. European plan. Rooms single
ana ec suite, with and without baths,
ils sample rootna
Special Summer Rate*. Club rircnh
I ami.
Stlantfc Cit>> UrijOft?
Galen Hall
IN Till'. MOUNTAINS.
Wernersville, Pa.
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL.
Resi.l? tit physician, Tonic and
Curative baths. Special diet k'tchen.
.casobs in llnske - and Weaving;.
An Ideal i lace during tho fall
ind winter months.
Under same management as
GALEN HALL
ATLAM'U ( IT V. X. J.
Drlaluarc follatcr tf>ap
IVATKR GAP llOt sr..
in.. Mountain Paradise*
Open until December r. Extensively Im?
proved. The must inodern and finest lo?
cal, id hotel in this region. Culslna of tn?
hlgl t standard; Wl : service. Orchestra,
social diversions, every out-of-door amuse
hieht; new, beaiitlfui Palm <"nurt and
t".11o. Special September and autumn rates.
Hook St and autu maps mailed. Sixth sea
s..n_. ? 1 ...'Y 1 '? 'VIC.
e&rfoOQlS.
College of William and Mary
Beginning of 219th session, September
19. 1912.
Regular academic courses, leading to
a ii . D S., M, A. Special teachers'
I cours? s to train young men for the
j Work Of the public SChOolS. Able fac
ul'y, excel.ent equipment, largo ath
j letlc fit bi. Up-to-date dormitories, n_.
j fording every comfort and convenience,
I a state Scholarship will save you
one-quart, r of the . \pense. Total cost
1 per ses?i in for prospective teachers,
I $132; for others. I1SS.
I For full particulars, address
II. I.. DBIDOB9,
lleglstrar, Wllllnmabura;, Va.
Fred C. Hahr
Pupil of l.iszt ami Kullak, Conservatories
of Stockholm and Berlin.
LESSONS ON
PI WO, ORGAN AM> IN COMPOSI?
TION,
Beginning October 1st.
Apply to \V. 1 >. Moses & Co., or by
mail to No. 104 North Linden Street,
Richmond, Va.
Virginia Mechanic's
Institute
Richmond's Vlgrht school of Technology
Registration begins September U,
1912, 7:00 to 9;.10 P. M.
School begins September 25, 1913.
FRANK W, DUKE,
Superintendent,
Richmond College
Session opens September 10.
.Standard college courses, with many
clectivcs, leading to the degrees of B.
A., B, 9. and M. A. Special courses In
one or more subjects offered to mature
students who do hot wish to matricu?
late for a degree. The number of
courses offered has doubled In the past
ten years, catalogue and full Infor?
mation upon request. Address
Pres't p. \V. Bonlwrlffhl,
Telephone Mad. 2342-J. Richmond. Va.
Till, t!IIAMBBKI. V Y M. SCHOOL,
A Country School for lt>>s al Itlcbmond.
Va. . lid -? >M"ii in gins Sept, :3. 1912.
Thorough preparation for collego, unirer
Prbuary Depart?
ment 'er Mn.all Hoys, M. :-. : iStru tot* ex?
clusively. Ample playgrounds, i.'atalogue
can he had on application. Tho Headmas?
ter will be nt ttie school, (Ml Clrovo Ave.,
littet Sept Rh rolcphone Ma-tiaon ?131-1.
C. Q. CHAMHEIILAYNE, M. A., Ph. I)..
Headmaster.
MissMorris's School
FOB ?.litis.
?j Basil Grace street.
September 1912. Catalogues at
book -stores in- from tho principal.
MISS SUSIE P. MORRIS.
Principal.
1116 West Avenue.
McGuires University School
OPP. MONROE PARK, it I? IIMOJfD, V A.
FORTY-EIGHTH SESSION begins
September 18. Thorough preparation
for university, college, te hnlcal school,
p s Naval and Military Academies.
Primary " partmont for imalU boys,
with separate Instructors, .itufly-hall
and recitation rooms. Tho Prin?
cipal at 7 North Bolvldore Street.
Hours ? X. M to '. P. M. and after 5
p m ' Phono Madison 5171. Por full
Information, ? latalogue at book
stores, ur by mall.
John p. McGUIRB, .
Principal.

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