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Special Attention is Again Called to Our Excellent
For the Social Season.
For afternoon and evening, as well as for general
wear, our lines >f Trimmed Hats is MiMiirnamcd in
values a.s well as in the beauty and great diversity of
At $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.00
Herr are becoming Hat? for all occasions. Our ex?
perienced M?inery salespeople will gladly show you
these Hat? whether you come prepared to buy or not.
Place Your Orders Now for
One of the most acceptable gifts for the Christmas
A Plate and 100 Engraved Cards
Many realize this, but eaeh year they delay until
too late for Christmas delivery the plat ing of their order.
Our department, for the next ten days, will
make a specialty of taking orders for Christmas
engraving. After December 15 no orders will be
taken for Christmas delivery.
Note these special low prices:
Script Style, Plate and 100 Cards for $1.10
Black Roman Tvpe, Plate and 100 Cards for $2.00
Shaded Old English, Plate and 100 Cards for $2.25
Sunday School and Bible Classes are invited to visit
our Book and Stationery Department and talk over many
suggestions for Christmas gift giving.
Kloss Said to Have Cleaned Out
Cash Drawer While
Va..ar.im BerbeUohn. Of ?"?> North
fifth Street, and William KIoss. a
fjeddler. wire err?ted yesterday af
leraoon for being disorderly and iight
IHK in the street. BerbeUehn is said
In have bought several baskets of
? rapes from Kloss, and the transaction
caused an argument, which rey-ulted
ui the r: ^r! 11. li continued- until l'a
troiman Dunn arrived. Both were l>;til
wi at t;:e Second Police Station.
Angry ,.t iu^ m rest. KlOSS is said to
have sought cut Beibeljohn at his
store. Desiring no further trouble,
the iatler :usn?d into the street to
summon a policeman. While he was
absent Kioss :s alleged to nave stoles
all tlie money h< had ;n his ?.ash reg?
ister end uif-appeared l!a:be!john ir.i
snedlstel} swert oui a '.variant for bins,
charging him with larceny.
K loess ,an. in which were several
bend 11 il baskets o:' grapes, was found
Iaat night by t'.aiiaid Sn.ithie. with ihr
horse moving :<t a rapid trot. .1!
Twelfth an i Ma: Ml. 111 Sv.-. etS. A trail
?4 (.-rape baskets indicated the waj :t
The vehicle and horse Smithie turn?
ed over t-> Pati droan Welsh at Fifth
?.n?i MarskaU Streets. W 11 Kellas
later clainaejpfi aa>fels property, saying
that Klos.< had 'be-n employed bj him
le peddle the gripes
NEW ROST Gf-FICE CLERKS
Six Mea Jeia Mart uf Cewtrat n filer 00
Assistant Postmaster W. Ross South?
ward ???sum in" yesterday the appoint -
meat of six additional <:>ri<s. whs win
t*k, up their work Is the , ~ntr.ii
office on December 1. T\- Increase
tn the force tins -.-en unier ronsldera
tlon for som- time, and follows
steady Increase :r. the value of bus'
rn? conducted by the R\ hnnnrt post
The appc.rjtnicttts we-c r-rirt? f- n
the elaasswed civil ?er?he list by Peet
master A.'...r . :. 1 nave : ? ei
by Flritt A----.-; po* tmaster-f?ereral
C P Grar.dfl- i The men and the de
aariments to which they wit] b- ss
Robert If. 'Htson ar.d Artrv:r I'
?headers, ctty division; Paul E Inge
snd Ruth*: |* Tir-ndler. mailing oi
eis.on; Iron I, ? g, m> 1 >rder ?11
vlsiDn: a: d I s rd I- M< t< n r- 1 -
try dlvtsioi ru salary ?f all
tfce new rlerki - lese a ve^t
hscfuding th< * s sppotntment* th?
R'cfcm M 1 1 x ? - ? ? ? ? ? ?
Clerks an rf'vi? :. had? This ?um?
heg Igelndes ? , onspientejll of th'
In?rs". >ie f ooaferfek ? see.
T> - bearms w
e* ease.rut revaiei^cil dsssss,
Trm'- T<im- ".<? ? .. .
ar*s? Ir. 1 ?! - C. ..
tcr.lty ? # in?e.'!Xai' t<fcarg. j lu .?.
with the :"?<? ? -joriues
la-?y I? Hees Pager.
Chief Hi ?Ith "n.er K. ?? lev? w.u
re:r.?--r . :y at t',~ Natio. .!
C .nf?rer.. .? r-r. II.. islrtg in An-e. ,
Whir)) wl I ' ;.. - tn f>hil?d 'ipr ?
e?mber ? f|e will be ercori earned
Pr R K F r.naran. |r?.pe>? t? r f>" f..
?IM' I"I.t- .il -f Hulth Itr I., v
a I read a 1 -on "H^e'v. Dera 1
il 10 PJ^TAL SAVUfQs FUNDS
Richmond Advertisers Hear
About War on Dishonest
That the country-wide round-up of
K.leged criminal malpracticloners
j made last Thursday by Postmaster
[ General HI tc Si COCK, was the res-alt of
! a movement initiated by the vlgUaacfl
j vommitUe of the Associated A--veltls
| lng t'iu^s for tue overthrow of dls
? honest advertising, was the statement
i made last night by J Laid HU1, hlm
f self a member of tlie vigilance com
j mtttee, before the Richmond Advertis?
ers- Club. The arrest of these 175
1 pers-ons. paid Mr. Hiil. was caused by
exposures which tills committee ma<le
! to Postmaster-Genera] Hitcacock.
Still furth. r arrests along toe same
j line are to be ordere, by tt:e Post mas -
ter-General. said Mr. Hill, as s-on as
the present eases are dl.-poSi-d vt. it
.* all a part of the crusade agataat
?Usaoaeat advertising conducted by
i tnis vigilance committee. Some time in
t:.e near future the Richmond Adver?
tiser** t'lui? will bring for exhibition
m lt!i 'inion! the lantern slides of pi?
t':reS taker, m tii-- w.ir .te.ilnst 'juacks,
frauds and dishonest advertisers
At the beginning of th.- m-eting.
! which wa-s held in tfe P. i^ines?. Men's
?Hub. President H. K Smith subm.it
ted the new version of t':e Advertis?
ers' Club by-laws, as re-irawri by i
special committee. The revision was
j adopted practically as it 9:0 ?. Th
? asset importMnt amendment Interjected
was the rule tvat the secretary-trea"
I urer sr.all be pitd a regular salary ;
I Met-tinss of ti:e ciuh are to be held
I the third M >nday of each month
j The new execatlve 1 ommlttee. ?9 sn- I
I Doeacod by the president, will c>nst>t '
1 c-f Alvta M Smith. .!. T. Palmato.-y. S j
[S. Kopendorf. <;eorge W. Rogers, .to'.n
:<i Corley, M. It Fl?rsheim and RafBS
s Fret man
NEW RIFlt RAN6E
Committee Examines and Ap?
proves Property Near Vir?
? - ? > - w ? :!? nut-' has b.-. n
'??? ?' ? p:-?i. ?? ?-(uipped f?r f|r. :
;-u- ? ???? ? ..- I is low a part of th
Stat* s military property
Ti>. committee which had charge of
m ?< ? ? ? 1 th* ranee Sat
u-d<> It > ,,f loionrl r A
l*rmp*e>. I ijt-ej si.if 1 Army, retired
??'??- i*tanle\ u Martin, Major A R
jl'.rr. snd Mij-- :?-:. t?r> ft Win free,
if nchbai -- .? 1 Captata 11 L, ??pie.
? ?: st i !t.t a
It * ? lh? ?i'.aion r t?e i ?aaaalli 1
; .. Virgin .. a :i ?.?v. ?,,.. vf th" best
r.u g. % : itt. ., in Th- w..rk
: ?..i..:m.-:iori hi. t~ .-n :n ?b?rge mf
? v. aj- Usprsde. ?f I;, im-n-i
;???>?? \\ ? ,. t*:.*. mi
given t- tee st.it. a-.d eayaiaawai
? .! th. ri I: ? -? 1 . - - * , ->?
? am. f-'im a Fed.-ai a;-p- >.-r ?? ?n
Tb> r,-,?. |a l?rat<-4 ta-? and a half
: nil- s le-1 >w Vlrg.nia Brace, and in
j order to i-e ..f ...nj a< ? sa. lh- X?W
j f"?Rt-f >*ith?m ;ta.laav aas re*>a
j to 1 east 1 ?es a boat :*?*? feet ef tr^ck
? fSMefel bafM one f?.r ta? <t<ta.-\~r.
j meet* r's 4?aan ? rise seaaoa
I s'e t. 'e -.--j-.d. ah.k? a ?'?e
will f~ p? \ 1 1 ? ? t. f..r tb? rifl
fesms m v - -. ; - < ? . the range
? ?Vater ar. I ? ?* : ?-. hi are to he
(net .. -1 ? i - ' the tang<
Will b- twW ? a-, ihe "gorfnlk
, *??eph. n- ? ? ? - rita-e will b
ready fe- !ti? is- <>' r -. Virg.B1a Vel
[ uavwra at te? *p~n?, <
Captain of Company A Tenders
Resignation, to Regret
MEETING HELD TO PROTEST
Committee Tells Him He Must
Stay, but Commander
Thomas It. McDowell, captain of Com?
pany a. Richmond Light Infantry
Blues' Battalion, haa resigned his com?
mission, and his resignation was In the
hands <?!' AUjulant-Uenoral ?V. \V. Bale
' yesterday. It will in- acted on at an
early day, and it seems now that it
?iil probably he accepted,
Many efforts have been made during
tlie last day or two to induce Captain
McDowell ta reconsider his action and
to withdraw his rcignati >n. A meet?
ing of ttie enlisted men of Iiis company
was held and a committee appointed
to see the commanding officer and ask
him to remain with the company. He
has been urged thus officially. as well
as privately, not to retire.
Hut to all appeals he has remained 1
obdurate. He replied to the commit?
tee that his business duties are ex- :
tensive and that the many affairs to
he attended to as a military com?
mander reouired much of hl.s time, so
that the two interests not Infrequently
conflict. Under th.- circumstances he
could see nothing but retirement. j
Captain McDowell reiterated his in- !
tercet in the company and the battalion
and his willingness to do anything I
in his p ?wer for their success.
The r? tiring captain was coinmls- I
sioned No\ember -I. l!??s. lie had
worked his way up from the ranks and
had thorough experience as a soldier.
Intensely fend of the work, he was
always to lie found in the company |
room at night, taking an active Inter- |
est in all affairs. His capacity fir;
leadership Is amply shown by the fact
that bis company had at u!l times mus- I
tered more than the established num?
ber of sixty.
Captain McDowell has taken part
with his men In other affairs, espe?
cially In athletics. He is a member
of th ? Blues' football team t'nis year.
He is a good shot and for one year was
possess >r of the ancient battalion,1
medal as the best rifle shot In the ,
Hlues. He has personally seen to the
training of his s<iuad on the annual
! ike to Petersburg, and, not content
? .th sending his men on the strenuous
march, he has gone with them.
First Lieutenant W. G. Puller may
he chosen as Captain McDowell's suc?
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS MEET
Officers. Elected at Triennial Gathering
ta This City. i
The Virginia State Council. Catholic
Knights uf America, held its second
t iennial meeting In this city last Sun?
day. Outside of the transaction of
routine business, the principal mat?
ter to come before the meeting was
the selection of officers for the next
The officers chosen are Joel T.
Brown. Petersburg, president; John T. |
Nagle. Richmond, vice-president; John
E. Burke. Norfolk, secretary; F. M.
1 Catsnrnl, Richmond, treasurer. John
E. Burke was selected as representa?
tive to the meeting of the Supreme I
t'o.incil to be held next May In Wash?
ington. I?. C. with Joel T. Brown as
The council adjourned to meet again j
in Richmond in November. 1915.
\rgro Plaed *M.
Ceorge SmRh. colored, was fined $50
and costs yesterday morning in Police ]
Court for firing a revolver in Pegg \
KVntibery II Carlas Con tinned.
The hearing of the rharwe of highway
r i.tirrv sjralr.i-t S I> Piirvear. II. T Clarice
ar.d Jndsss ?"n'?er vas continued yesteTday
naming In Police Court until December s
Ih'X' men are accurtd of holding up and
r;l<t>;r.g Mrs. John Joseph, who conducts a
cr 'rctlonery sfr,re of 1X50.
Spent rear Cents la Campaign,
B r> Downey. Socialist candidate for Con?
s-rear In the Second District tn tn* recent
electssa, has filed Ms expen-*e account with]
tlie Secretary of the Commonwealth He
says he spent t cents, said sum coins into
the coffers of the Poet-Offlce Department
Arrmted mm ??ml.
.lohn Wim s. colored, suspected of
larceny. wa.? arrested yesterday after
noeaj by Detective Sergeants netten
end Rh|!*\ and Detective Gentry and
..i'r.-d in th- First p. lice Station. He
will have a hearing this morning In
The police l.av.- been asked to look
for the thl?r who vesterday relieved
Mrs G H Prick, of Ashland, of a
slckel-plated watch while she was
shopping in Richmond.
wsvrlee In W sebsaaitea.
M..rr,age ;?? ?n-es were issued in
Washington yYmirdai Is Hugh E j
Rees ? presse .- <?? this citv. aad
hV Mitchell, also of Richmond,
snd to Sidney GoedMHMt, a collector.
Willie B Batter, both of Rieh
Score of .Men Seated About i'okor
Tables Arrested by
CARDS AND CHIPS ARE SEIZED
Players and Spectators Locked
L'p for Night, While < >thers |
Give Bond. i
Tlir.-i alleged Kni'ibUng resorts were
successfully raided last night by De?
tectives Gentry, Smith aad Reltoa. act?
ing moil orders from Chief of Police
Wo ii. r. Tm owners an., players, ail
white, with the exception of the ne
Kro port els, were arrested, and th" e
who wer,- unable to furnish bond for?
th* lr appearance in Police Court this
morning were locked up at tec BeCtoad
The detectives vlsiied the rooms of it
IV. LelCB, 121 K?st H ead Street, tirsl.
and when they .nte.ed nearly a dozen
men. mo.-t of them p.aylng poster,
while toe others were niere.y spec?
tators, were found seatti? about a big.
round, haiie-tov. red table. -.11 were
! iinmeuiateiy p.a< ed under arrest. Uu
sli.-ls of earns and cnips were con?
fiscated, as well as the "pot." contain- ,
ing about 116.
l'h? second place raided was the
j Plug and Battle Social Club, 212 Norm
Fifth Street, where about ten men were
fouri ., and. iik.- the otners, the> also
j were seated about it big, round table.
The third place entered was tne I
Manhattan Ciuo. 412 Kast Broad Sire. t.
Cnris bvenson, proprietor of the place,
land who has betoie been arrested for
[ the same offense, was arrested for ,'
maintaining the resort, as well as tne j
pla> er?. I
I Charge Interference.
The officers had no trouble in enter- '
I ing any o: the ailegej poker rooms ;
j At Leigh's place. C. A. tiraves in sa.d
to hav.- become angry and cursed Gen
try. \side from the charge of unlaw
I ful g.imiriK. the charge of being dis
j orderly and Interferiag with an of
| fleer was ma-ie against him
j Richmond has be. q comparatively
[ free from gambling resorts for a long
j while, and when the officers descended
I upon the players last night all en
i countered the surprise of a l.fetime.
j At Leigh's place the following men
? were found and place*! unuer arrest:
J. W. Ryan, of Baltimore; J. L. Cle?
ments, of Norfolk. T. R. Adler, of
Portsmouth; J. W. Arnold, Of 712 West
Cary Street; J. E. Tnorpe. of 811 West
Main Street; M. P. Dillard. of MN
Chaffin Street; S W. Ogden. of Lynch- !
burg. George Knapman, of 712 East
Marshall btreet. and Jordan Jones. I
colored porter, of 2>7? East Clay |
Street. Several of this number were j
unable to furnish bail.
Social Club Vletlsa.
The Flag and Eagle Club was in?
corporated by the State Corporation
Commission last year, and in its char
, ter the following are named as offi
I cers: J. W. Butler, president: Thomas
Drummond, \-icc-president, and W. A
Phelps. secretary-treasurer. All three
were arrested and immediately fur?
nished bond Others found at the place
were A. T. Trout. J W. Broadnax. John
Hall, O. R McCariey, G. R. Richard?
son and William Green, the colored
porter. All were bailed.
Persons found at the Manhattan
Club gave their names as follows: I.
I Perry. J. E. Cobean, J. E. Tooney, M.
B. Thomas, F. Greene and J. B. Gard?
The Flag and Eagle Club was more
elaborately equipped than Lelgi.'s
place. The three rooms, the centres of
. which were occupied by the big. roun" j
I tables, were well furnished.
Following the raids. Major Werner
said that he had learned of the exis?
tence of these clubs and had immedi?
ately given orders to suppress them.
! "I do not Intend to permit gamblers
to Infest Richmond." he said.
I It Is understood that other resorts
are under police observation, and their
I owners ami patrons are likely to be
arrested and carried Into court
HAS NOT BEEN CALLED
Dr. W. r. Jaaeee Says He Has >ot Ben
Aaked to Fill Spartaaharg Palpit.
Bev. W C. James. D. D.. pastor Of
the Grove Avenue paptlst church, said
[last night that It was not true, as re?
ported, that he had received a call
from the First Baptist Church, of
Spartanl.urg. S. <*. and that the rumor
probably sirose from his own personal
relations with members of the church.
Dr. .Tamee explained that action by
the entire congregation was necessary
for a pastor to be called by any Bap?
tist Church, and that the preferences
of one or two nvmbers carried but
little -reicht. lie implied that he ha 1
been approached by one or two mem?
bers 'if the Spartanburg rntirr?rat|nn.
b'it made no il-fin't- statement in rs?s>t
* seault la Cearned.
H. Popard. superintendent of ter
mirnil aad] parks of the Virginia Rail?
way .m l tv,?-cr Company. wa? arrested
yeeteidgy by Mounted officer Kni- (,n
a warrant <har*inj- him with assault?
ing- and threatenine I? kill F. E.
Panic!, a discharged employe
A Generation or Two
,tvj.i FVTim.-irk na? in poverty and di?tre<? The government
v. i>ely determined to rc\ivr- agriculture and apply scientific
nKthrwl*, It tried van- "s mean* to that end. hut with little
IXCCM It tinrdfy sent <Klt the trained farm demonstrator
ia?. provided for in trie I.r-.cr lull now pending!. This proved
? he remedy and hrouqht ! x-nmark from poverty to thrift.
It douhled the land value*; it r.uadrupled the saving* hank
der*o?it?-: it made Penmark a happy, pemperou.? nation. It
sent the people from the cities back to the farms, and Den?
mark to-day i*. the finest agricultural eonntry in the world,
f or further inf.-?rmation in regard to the Lever hill, write a
. ard to the National Soil Fertility League. First National
I'.ank Kui'dnig. Chicago. Ill Thi? will hring you all details.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK.
Kcal Estate Exchange Dinner
Scene of Spirited Discus?
sion of Problem.
SPEAKERS ADVOCATE REPEAL
Mr. Rountree Dissents From
This View?Pleasant Success?
ful Social Affair.
Beginning with a happy toast offered
by Pres Ida nt T. I*. Bryan, of the Bus?
iness Men's Club, the dinner of the
Heal Batata Exchange at the Jefferson
Hots] lust night proceeded harmo?
niously to a discussion of Kit hmond's
eomiiierei.il and particularly Its real
.state abilities and disabilities. At
It o'clock it reaches' its cUssaz in a
striking arraignment b> Eer >y E.
Brown of mortgage tax laws as admin- i
istered la this State.
The pro-ram proceeded smoothly
until 11 o'clock, arhea, in rmponsr to
a call from Toastsaaster O. H. Fan
sten for voluntary speakers from the
rankj if property holders present,
Heriry \\". Rouatree took the floor with
a slioit speech, in which he defended
the retention of the present mortgage
laws and made light of the griev?
ance presented by Mr Brown. It called
forth a spirited reply from President
Funston. of the Real Estate Exchange,
which was promptly nut by a counter
reply frjni Mr Rountree.
.1 >hn C. Easley took up arms for his
real .-state confreres, and for twenty
minutes the meeting took on tne gen?
eral character o. mi intercollegiate
debate. Shortly before midnight the
chair's invitation for additional epeak
? rs failed t.> meet with response, and
the gathering adjourned, mutually en?
lightened, with malice towards none
and charity towards all.
All Around Oood Tlase.
Roughly sketched, the foregoing is
an outline ot the big features of last j
niarht's dinner. There were many i
others. To begin. th< re was a sub?
stantial beefsteak reed, with the usual
side dishes. More than 106 real estate
men and as many more, from other
fields of Industry were seated at the
tat les arranged In the form of n large
hollow square, when T. P. Bryan
brought the gathering to Its feet with j
a toast to the l.-ng life and usefulness
of the Richmond Real Estate Ex?
President O H. Funsten. of the ex?
change, was toastmaster and opened
the program at 8:30 o'clock with a
general address of welcome and a
statement of the organization's func?
tion in the community. The exchange,
he said, among other things, fosters a
get-together spirit between its mem- j
bers. makes for unanimity of action
along the line of reforms relating to
the transfer of records, and affords Its
members protection by supplying In
; formation as to property and tenants
j not to be secured through individual
Attack* Mortgage I.a wa.
"Two things only are certain in life."
' said Eeroy E Brown, opening his at?
tack on the Virginia mortgage tax.
I "death and taxes. And from the way
I some of the latter are Imposed In thts
State, it is but an indifferent choice
I between the two." j
I Both from the standpoint of the
real estate dealer and that of the in
| veetor, said Mr. Brown, the present
obnoxious ad valorem tax on deeds and
j mortgages is the most glaring defect
of the State's taxing system. Com?
pared with New York, which imposes
! a tax of Iii on the 11,000. payable only
I once during the life of the mortgage.
I Virginia, he said, exacts a tax of $17.50
t for the same unit, payable annually.
I The removal of this unjust double
[ tax. he s.iid. would destroy in large
I part the Incentive toward undervalua?
tion and perjury, which is resorted to
now in an effort to evade Its burdens,
and would Increase the revenues of
the State ray providing for prepayment
at the time of filine instead of nt th.
end of the year, the present practice.
I It would Itssts the rat- of interest by
provlding abufidar.t capital for Invest -
j nient. j
I Opposed by Mr. Reaatree.
' Mr. F.-ountree. In the free-for-all dls-'
cuaslon which followed the formal
speechmaking. declared himself as ut-(
terly opposed to the principle thus
laid down, and said frankly that be1
saw no distinction between taxing the
holder of a mortgage and levying upon
the possessor of otner kinds of prop?
erty. He hoped, he said, that the
present tax on mortgages would never
Mr. Fun.-ten admitted the possibility'
of a aUffereace of opinion on all ques?
tions, but Stoutly insisted that the
grievance at ihr real est.ite men was a
real one. "The Real Estate Exchange
of Richmond." he said, "will secure the
repeal of this tax or die in the noble'
President W H Adams, of the Board
of Aldermen, spoke a word on behalf
of the city government anil urged all
men with m?-n?-v to Invest to listen to
Richmond j re.,l . stete m-n and strid-'
?-n to eert.ain fortune. John C. Easley
made a pi. a for th- annexation of more
terrltor;.. partkcatsl H that to the west
of the city, in ordc that the municipal
government might !>?? pi.iced in a posi?
tion to de.?i . ft. ctivel- w ith the insist?
ent railroad problem In that section.
A I. Adanison. ?,f South Richmond
called forth a hearty che-r With the
statement that th* city has fulfilled
all of .t? .inn-rat Ion promises to tr.e
Southslde. and ask"! the Council to
hasten the completion of the new
bridge T M Carrlngton and W. T.
bahni y b-?.uirht a message of c
iiperj'i?- from tbe Chamt^er of Com?
merce, and T. P Bryan spoke for the
Husln-?i Men's Club O A Hawkins
discussed disc-is?ed the d. 11 r.q i? n: mi?
and wmt.r b'll p-ot?|em. and calbd .-?
fhi I i n- n pres. r,t to aid In s.
cnrlng 'b reneal of the ordinance,
which saante* th> responsibility- wp-.n
real esf.at" dealers
Ceralne HSp?n?-r reasfrrted.
I _ Rath 1,'ieaa. catered, was rentrfrted Vr a'
twr; In the HjsMr.es ?'a-irt ee?.?r^sy ?f ha\ ?
In? in *t?r p"?e ml-.n and dl-p?r.-:nc < * ?In?
Hie ml ??nteered fa ?!?? yiar In tn* peal
f' . . .- r' ?? ' ' o ? r. '. ? as r-i,,-.1
o- a-s. ?- II?
ras eatered T-STer-lay ir> :t?
Lew aad Eealty Ceart la the rase ef ?. C.
RVrartfiw-ti se?ln-' Harrt? ?irT-peT ssg Jfsti
a'aeturin? c-trranv ??>, I*:??
? ""..s-? Heaite. a ?separater. ?-? aTakrs
e-l i f ' ? .?I. falsa mn-llr-S eO
?-.--? .,' Nentls-C Km- Mean>. Ke.a? ?1
y-Mtj?! 4rur>kai4. n'MH te Soppen MS
f.-a-a . ?? r,?-, Jairtr?
?taicfcrW a aar? Mat a rnaer* t* mead na?
ears ?> esateacaaj him te Um res da
That Thanksgiving Affair
Will require formal dress. If your wardrobe
shows any shortage you will find here just the
right things in Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits, and
everything else that is necessary.
Gans Rady Company
Richardson Has No Patience
With Flagrant Speeders Who
Appeal From Fines.
"Reckless automobile drivers, and
especially Joy riders need not come be-;
fore me to be lenient with them. 1 am
opposed to them in every way. shape
and form, and any flag-rant violator
ef the speed lavs who leaves his fate
in my hands 1 will commit to Jail It
will be far better for this type of of?
fenders for them to submit their trials
to a Jury or abide by Police Justice;
These remarks were drawn from!
Judge I>. C. Richardson In the Rust- '
lugs Court yesterday, when John Akin
Branch, of $13 West Franklin Street,
pleaded guilty to a charge of driving
his automobile, faster than allowed by
law. Through his counsel, Hiram M.
Smith, he asked that the minimum fine;
of |10 be Imposed.
Branch had appealed from a fine of
$100 Imposed by Justice Crutchfleld
last August. He was arrested byj
Moretcyete Officers Samuels and Thur
man for exceeding the speed limit In
Monument Avenue and Roseneath
It was when the minimum punish?
ment was asked for that Judge Rich?
ardson declared his attitude towards
the speed law violators. He held, how?
ever, that the offense of Branch was
not a flagrant one, but In view of his
opposition to all forms of speeding.,
h?- would not consent to Imposing the
minimum punishment, but decided to;
tine him $50, or one-half the amount
imposed bv Justice Crutchfleld.
After he had left the bench. Judge
Richardson again explained that all
speeders will meet with but small con-!
sideratlon from him when convicted. !
Ksjaal Suffrage League Holds Meeting
at Bristol and Rleetn OIBeera.
The Equal Suffrage league recently
formed at Bristol. Va . has held a
second meeting and added to its list
thirteen new members, as fo.lcws. Mes
dames U M- Ptavler. R. L. Gaut. C
A Wright. George K Mavis. W 11.
PUlltiger. C. C. Kngllsh. Misses !/r? '
Gaut. Corlnne Brown. Myra Wright.
Ina Killinger. Iseniar.. Fannie i, Kng?
llsh and John R. Hayes.
Mrs. H. G. Peters, president. pre?id--i
at the meeting, which was held at the
Virginia city hail. Papers were read ,
by Miss Kate Wheeler and Miss L*r.a
Layman, and talks made by senator
, Lincoln, of Marlon, ar.d Hon. H. G.
i Peters, of Bristol.
1 As the l-ague ls r.ow organize-). Its ':
officers and chairmen of committees j
are: Mrs. H. C Peters, president. Mrs.
Virginia Parr'sh. first vice-president.
Miss Virginia Greever. second vice
president; Mi?s Kate K. Wheeler, treas?
urer; T. W. Preston, pre** committee.
Miss I.ena La>man. secretary, and Mrs
K. A. Granstalf. Mrs. Wirt J. Carrlng- '
ton an-i Mrs. L H Gammon, procra.-n :
TEN YEARS IN PEN
-Miee" Marshall, of RJehasoaa. f'os
vtcfed Qf Robbery la Wasklsgtsa.
James, alias ?Skee" Marshall, twer.
ty-four years old. who has fr.-?iuentlv
been In trouble In Richmond, was c?n- :
vi. led iast week Ir. Wash.ngton, D. *'. t
o: robbery and sentenced to ten years ?
in the Laaeeaererth (Kar.=a?i Peniter.
tiary. A letter announcing his con- j
vlct' m was received yesterdsy by j
Chief of Police Wsiaej from MaJ'-r
i. chard Sylvester, superintendent of
the W ashlngton police.
Marshall was arrested In Richmond
On September 17 at the request of
Maj -r Sylvester.
First Car ef Sre Com.
The first car of new com of the aea
Sea was offered on the Richmond Grain i
Exchange yesterday by X. R_ Savage & '
FOR NEGRO'S DEATH
Contractor Will Be Tried on
Charge of Being Responsible
W. J. Woo?ison. a concrete eontrae*!
tor. ol It-1* Floyd Avenue. vv;m tn?li. t> ?!
) cMerday by the grand jury in the
Hustings Court for the death of Jlw >
l ay lor. the as.-ed negro labvcr who
was killed on ( k lo'jrr 1?. when a c?n-.'
crete roof connecting bullding? l "? : ?
1541 Kaet Main Street. collapsed,
catching him beneath and crushing
him Wood son is held respoasiil. f-r
his death because |: Is all-ged il...:
permitted forms I > be removed from,
the concrete before it had set.
Woodson was also SHi.l to h..v? b< ? n
guilt) ?f violating the city bu'ldirg
. ode by removing the forms, but in,
Police Court he was held for grand
;urv actio-, SS lb-- charge of isu <l?r.
The true bill i.-tarne.l ??:alr?: httn
consists of man;. P. pi ? riti-?
His trial will probably t?k<
the next term of r-un. MM pet
having been discoa'ge^ fr?r Ho- N..
ipDiKr term last night b> Jiolg- I? C.
VERDICT FOR $50
??es> %rrMra? in ?alt for
Jury verdict and . t ?rre en?
tered yesterdaj In til.- ?';l\ Circuit
Caapf tn the case of FW? C Wil
RgSM aeslnst the Vtrg.n'* Railway
and Powe? ?o.. i -e r
$He. The nlalntiT .bM th'oush Jihn
A Mmb for $; ???<? Hh~ claimed that 1
on .Ian :?r> 1*11 when s pa ??enger
on ? stre?? r.r she atf mpted to Slight
a' thr iniTM- tion of Tat at] ?frfth sad
M Street Th' ear started 'orward
suddenly. throwing- n?T the grote'd
end bruising her sr. thst she required
sac 1 leal attention *
EATS 'EM HIVE
Daily Consumes Billions ol Al?
leged Microbes and Boasts
State n-uterlologlst Meade Ferguson
may now be accounted one of the
brav< ?t men alive. A reporter for
The Tlme?-!>lspatch yesterday saw
lilm take hit life in his own hands
Be It remembered that for weeks
past Dr. ivrguion has been a member
of a joint commission, from Virginia
aag Maryland and the United States
governent, ascertaining t?e sanitary
condition of Virginia oysters. A bul?
letin recently Issued by the depart?
ment In Washington said mat olsters
In the Potomac were Infer tec. Pr.
Ferguson, with the commission, has
been down the river, has taken many
samples. has made bacteriological
analyses, and knows the situation.
Yet the reporter detected him yester?
day in the very act of eating a plats
of raw oysters In the Commercial Ho
And the worst of It was he llke?
it. He ate with evident relish.' ap?
parently oblivious of the reputed bil?
lions of typhoW. mlcrobee to be found
SHU further. Dr. Ferguson called for
And he wj.s not a bit ashamed ot
his fool hardiness. Instead of turning
pale when the newspaper men ap
pro.u-he 1. he smiled cordially.
"Doctor." said the reporter, who
could hat* 3y believe his e?s. "are
you courting death? I>oes life mean
so little to you that you will tak<?
those dangerous g?rms Into your sys?
tem' I'on't you know what the ex?
perts In Washington said'"
"I eat them all the time." lie re
spon !? I carelessly. "I don't want to
fie. and don't e>:|.ect to. Have ?om?
Th* following marriage IP -rue. ??r. ?
>?>???. rd?o It. the clerk's office o: me
H : ? .?:,.,..? Martin and Ht
rce. Leber; David 1> K\*;i? snd AasJs H.
Woodward: Jobs Weelfelh Barks of Wash?
ing! !? <?. and Blntabetb He-. athlsewa.
of il.i? city; Luden Whirfle.d Harvey snd
* I?? El ? Belts; Uadeajr Lore* lia\l> and
Esther Tav;or beas'ejr.
V!, Ml-.olx Youth Here.
~1 ? po .- ? j.ere- u> :e ni-d t? i.e-.k lor
T emas Clyde AIvss, slgtll?sn >?srs o.d. who
fcaj Sacs Bsfaalsa frees ais home in <j.
Oooi bland County, since November it. He
??. last aeen 1-. stsrksaesd sad is l?lle\ed
to hsve obtained employment here.
La (iuira. Venezuela, port for CaraCi?.
pert iied high in the mountains, included
tn ninerary <>f the
Special Cruises ?
From N ew York . . $148 and up
rr< ni New Orleans. $125 and up
From Key West.Ill* and up
("all for iilu-trated folder.
RICHMOND TRANSFER COMPANY,
S09 F. Main Street.
Get the tried and true kind-**
G. M. Co's "Pearl"
It it the best at the price.
Gordon Metal Cosj
fsr Baalaeae Statieaery.
The P*Per that gives Incressea ef
fectlv'nr-es st nc sddltlcral cost.
B. W. Wilsen Paper Cm,
SEND I S YOt'R ORDERS FOR
in Rolls or Boies.
\\> have a b\g v.:f!r,|?- r.f MADISON.
MONROF r i ARCHER in M.s k
Shipment- made promptly
Wholesale Plumbers* and Tmners
We Hare E?erj
Appfencc for Irnkj Work
.tl-o kl'H wrwlrers, in
sutmur.Hiiigm, with s system of
end ecale of rates that fives <
KOI CH DRY FAMILY WASH, ?*
The Royal Laundry
M ? fVrsheSta.