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mounce for to-day the beginning of their
ieneral Winter Clearance
Sale of Women's Stylish
Suits, Dresses, Coats
Hundreds of Women's and Misses' New Fall and Winter
[Garments at the GREATEST PRICE REDUCTIONS, and
'among whuii are the Biggest Bargains ever announced as
early as,J<anuary 1st by the MILLER & RHOADS STORE.
An eyarit of extraordinary interest to every woman render
I of Urfts paper, particularly those familiar with the high
ckfss and character of the garments we sell.
THE TAILORED SUITS
for Suits formerly
$32 .50 and 137.50.
for Suits formerly
125.00 and $27.50.
mir* fif" fa*" Suits formerly
ilD*?7?) $19.50 .ui(i $22.50.
for Suits foruterly
$20.00 and $22.50.
SALE OF FINE DRESSES
Dresses of Silk. Velvet, Chiffon. Serge. Espotigc, Moire, Taf?
feta, Bedford Cord, etc.?all BIG BARGAINS'
$20.00 to $32.50 Dresses
Lot of Si 5.00 Drr-.cs now $8.75
SmOOand S40.00 Dress, s
S22.50 Dresses now _$15.00
S25.00 Dresses now_$17.50
$27.50 Dresses now ....$22.50
$32.50 Dresses now _$27.50
$25 and S40 Dresses.$30.00
COATS AT REDUCED PRICES
$17.50 to $22.50 Fine Mixture Coats._._$12.98
S25.00 to $27.50 Evening Coats now.$17.50
$30.00 Fin.- Evening Coats now.;..$19.50
J20.00 White Polo Coat- now........$15.00
Children's $5.00 to $7.98 Co.it- at. $1.98
NOTE.- A- -to( k- of all the above garments are somewhat
broken, not all sizes are to lie expeeled in any one kind or style,
but amoii< all the lot- are plenty ol sizes for evervbodv.
MILLER & RHOADS.
HEALTH WORK ID
[Sanitary Conditions to Be Stand?
ardized as Result of
t a res -It of a conference between
Bio educational and health forces ol
flrgmla yesterday, the work of achool
inltation will ;??? j.tan<iardized with
iew lo Rettin?? accurate 4nf?rina
as to conditions The conference,
tttich was called ay State Health Oin
ssloncr Bnnlon u> Williame, was
pld in the offices ?f the state Boar<l
Health, on Capitol Street.
Those in atten/lance were Corona Is?
ar Willisms J. i> Bcsieeton and i:
aines. the retiring ami incoming
?rintendent of ftibiii Instruction.
S H. Binford. executive secretary
se Co-operative education Assocla
Jackson Itavis. supervisor of K
:' ementsry Schools Prof. Heck, ?>!
I'nlverslty of Virginia: Allen
"?nan. Assistant Slat. Health Con-.
Mier: l?r. Koy K. KlamiaKuii. Dt
? of Health Inspection, and Ricfc
Messer. Mat. Sanit?r > Enirinei
was determined that the
?ft department shal preimre sna
lat?> o;?er;ttion s card index sys
to oe^jceot in its otnees Th
wll> r.witalfi blank1- for ratings
thools in the matters of, aewerage.
BatVon. lighting and heawnH. Kach
M in tl? stat.? v
Information to be gotten in the
I from local school officials through
-operation of the Department <>f
In*t-urtlon Besides, at times
will I- inspections by I>r. Cauii
kkts way tfce san .tar> need* ar.u
lions i'i the schools will he re
affording a basis for flennlte
|iep Health an educational
will as h result, he in better
>n to rond.i. t their campaign
tnltay ?chr.ol n ithouee* are re
as one of the preatest men
th#i c?-i?e : i..lv health i"
INFORD A CANDIDATE
iawaa StSBSSl ?H?i. i*l In Held fee
??n'ee?1 n?r:i'.? ???:.??[>? ??
retire blatihn AMoeiatle-.
aanaaeeM 1.? arwti*s< i fer Ibe
retarv t<? I h. WtaU T- ef
-???m?e !?? }??*
IES IN RICHMOND
Hie Mas Milt He *~m,
? VMS I
u si hlsruMos
STATE Will SAVE
ON PARCELS POST
Express Companies Lose Busi?
ness of Transporting Auto
une of the first benefit ianes of the ,
parrels post law will be. the t'ommou- !
wealth ot Virginia. Which will save!
fully II14) this week bIOM on the l0at 1
i' dsUTerlnar automobile number plates '
and MrSaBSB l'hlef <"l<rk ,lam?-s M. !
Hayes. Ir.. of the office of Secretary i
of the Commonwealth H. O .lames, tig-!
area that he can save an average 0f 10
I cents "ii each shipment, the difference;
betWeaa postal an i express chargres.
Vm to closing; hours yostcrda> fully'
I .i Itcenaea for 111! had been issued. ;
ITtlrhiaaind owners, for the most pait.
.call i:i person or send for licenses and'
itake them away from the office. Out-;
;'? -town people expect the plates to be
sent them. The State pays the bill. |
land has heretofore haaa delivering the1
p.u lun'i at <<ii average cost of lSj
? lit- By ;?..! '< I.- post they will cost I
w cents The . barg? w ill ha as high as I
II cents to points In tin; Southwest
All licenses heretofore applied for
[will be mailer! out Thursday, the first j
Iworkinp day of the New Year. Then,
tie patcontaining- the plates and
iother papers will be taken to the post-!
:. II . ? ,ii wagon loads for delivery all I
I ever the state and in Washington. .
i License No. ]. serie? Pi::, was issue! |
it-. Jsjdkfl Kenneth A. Bain, judge of;
the Musi ngs '"ourt of the rity of I
Poi tsuio'iih it ?as not saailfii ally I
applied for. but was the first one ask- ?
ed "i without a request to retain the
[aaaalir used in I?'.:. In which appH-!
are ar<omrrrodated as far as
Norfolk man who asked for Na.
WANTED FOR MURDER
' I as al I'n'lrr Aakeil to Look for l.enrge
?Ma* t ?**.?.
' T ? Btehayead SsHBS bave been asked to
lies*; sat Par 'Hair*.- w?*a <?bv. t*raaty-feer
\ear? old. who ia wanted In Louisa County
a : ? er.min:-t<<i ?<[?. cnr.stma* Kve
! a Z?i.o le-ie- a store al WuaL. tJovernor
M-:r. rear.rda: nu'rebrlxei ihe ?ffer v* a
?? ,rri i * *" ?? is -are.u.-e and ooti-lc
lata I* :a sasyeaaaad shat this a um fjffl be
?] H'-*rd ?' Supervisors
.'? ke*s**a :
- j . used of kl'.lna Clyde R J*r-,
idin? permit !*>r ?V new Ftrst R?*1
\- ?. rj Tlie ;*rmi; 1? In the name
Hi. --n.' ?I ?.r? in?l? aid UulM
?n.for a t?o-a:r.r> hi k . ..n
., rrd steel a mtftri. t*> be erected at the
~m?- eeaaaeS of seventh an* Marsha..
? ?r IM.a* csier. a ? J?i.ne-..n
je arrtiiteeta. a"l tfc? a>? c.raalte
.- . ? ? i.i-?Mr
' . >
i far ?a" Bf Hernie? roomy, ror
?at e* reaer n?arnew ?aha ar? . arsr*
"ti*set jiwl an attemv on
af mi'h?r .'ired man F;:ia
? oaaatT p..'leemar. shoemaker wsa
'? ?ST?* Bat we'raat? T" ? quartet
m .?mtw m> ?erapiei I ?f <>"le p?\re>.
ac' tea I>avT Oreea ??4 <v*rala
? IM . ?t at. b Mel
?nc the esterraee wai< h hare ar-ar.re*
?" Use fvetg-h' ia tn
i KeSSoape: clean h T>? meet In? there
???eir. ei H sfosoca R**- w Ruese'l
?a? re. Satt; w; i apeak
aBrnim fresst the Bsasaat m-\ m- the
as net Wsreaiie. *~b?? < hl?' Jovww
.???*? ,-.ap??ii-?~l at Urea* iee*
"?*aeee eaa* eaTlcera a; i>? laeti
1 r. aeea aateasjh ?* N* oi. Ba* aa>
wsr> had aesaade* ike t*ra
tr- Pa'rlea ?lr?Ureve an* a\n
r- H'tSaert P Its ane Ru<a
sw>? saea* aieaaaeae aad R>*a C.
c j ane* aad saaa 'i .sa.aa aeta eat-!
? ? *-> Sa * l: a ? ~ .
" ^l" f?arf fwr dsaa^.r ,
suj'w* as a?.aap.
SMYTH WILL GET
Expert Bookkeeper to Become
After a service of two yearn ami
Mix months. Captain t'arlton McCarthy
yesterday morning resigned the BSeCS
of State Accountant It is effective at
0 o'clock this afternoon, the business
1 losing hour for State offices. To
i lorrow Captain McCarthy will enter
upon his new duties as a member of
the Administrative Hoard of Kltninond
It is generally sapscled that Gover?
nor Mann will IS dsj appoint William
Franklin Smyth for the unex pi re, l
term of about eighteen months. There
is no opposition to Mr. Smyth, who
is generally Indorsed for the position'
by the members of the Joint auditingI
Committee, by State officials and ac?
countants everywhere. Probably few
appointments could !>?? made in re?
sponse to such a universal desire and
Since April 1 of this year. Mr. Sm>th
has been Captain McCarthy's assistant,
and has Ibsen active in tin discharge
of the duties which have devolved
upon him He h.vs had long and inti?
mate experience in state accounting,
having tin tiscal alTairs of the Com?
monwealth at his lingers" ends.
in 18St he entered office under the
late Colonel Morton Marye. when that
old soldier became Auditor of public
Accounts. He was speedily made gen?
eral bookkeeper, retaining the position
for six years. In liyo Mi. Smyth en?
tered other employnn-nt. but In 1SSS
be was sent for by. Auditor Moore
and naked to take the position of head
bookkeeper, which he accepted, and la
which, capacity be served until his
resignation this year to take the place
in the accountant's oltlee.
Mr. Smyth put into eCf? ct the
rieihods now In use Is the Auditors!
Office, by winch the Commonwealth I
strikes a dally balance each after-1
peon. Just as is doae la banks. He w:is|
deadg Basted by Qoe^enser Bvrsnooa t,.i
put in a modern system of beofckeep-l
lug in the office of the BSC Bid Audit" j
to which Bowles SM was detailed for.
He is a citizen of Washington COSIO
ly, in the Southwest, ana always goes
to SlllSSjdsS at election times to dls-l
sJaarsj* the obligations of eWiiwhip
Ite lives on Kast Grace Street, Ibis
POST OFFICE CHANGES
W. II Kern SoresSOS W. SWaSH Marriott
V4\ D. Kem. former! >? ., r -he "r eal r.' tboj
ihoT ?tep^rfne:.- SOS BOSS made caahJ-r 1
lorn! po?:-offlee to succeed William I
M? Kim Marriott, who resume,! last week!
t . i,.-,-,?rn, ? *t.t,t::,ir? ' a ?-' . . e- '
;?.mll?n. TbS appointment i* efleottre Jan?
uar; 1. Acting Poet master W n. se:;thaardl
? ri'.iinixi ihe change v. ?1? rdav a lonar withj
several ether ?hlft? imnni the pnatat rtn-I
p'ev.a ne.ei?t?tate?| by the inaururatlon o'
Iba panel* po??
I' .1 P?.\.>,o has hern deaiaia'ed as head'
<r ?? w euta.ena ? - ' s* v Mr.
l>*.-,oto was former;,- autmp Cera He will
eat ? Oeded In that r/iettlon bv W. V J|e
P.ilr v-.' ihr .i> SseMBB other essekB
e i BJSb ? ist arjll be a-rtpoln*' -1 as
nee.ten f>?r tlie pa-. ? ? #V' T -re . 1.erases. '
wall* cart-yine hseresM in selary. are re
c .-?! a? promotions.
STATE SENDS OUT I
ITS ANNUAL DUNS
Seven Thousand Corporations
Will Be Reminded This Week
of That Little Bill.
Almut 7.'inn state merits of franchise!
taxes and registration fees will bei
mailed Thursday by the state Corpo-1
ration Commission to the corporations
chartered to do b islness in Virginia.
These bills, or duns, have been pre?
pared, and are ready for mailing as
soon as due at the beginning of the
These sums, l||ll|ll^lt a lar-te
nmount. must be paid by March 1.
after which they are recorded as de?
linquent, and a penalty is added.
Collection of unpaid fees of this sort
is a serious problem. A former law
made a charter revocable for failure
to pay registration fees for two suc
CfjfjgtTs years. Many corporations, not.
IBS this, escaped it hy paying every
other >err. The commisVui got even
by securing a statute making char?
ters revcable fr failure to pay the fee
in two years, but in the meantime, per?
mitting rules to be issued and property
distrained to secure collection of fran?
In Iiis latest report, now In the hands
of the printer. Auditor C. I>>e Moore
called attention to the fact that the
< "orporattion Commission did not pro?
ceed to summon the l.snft delir.o,uent
corporations of 1919 to secure this
money. It is supposed that the com?
mission thinks it would be best for
the auditor to mail the bills to local
city and county treaurers. who may
wiiiio a securing judgment, collect by
distress, sezing any property within
sight. To summo nand tr 1.800 such
cases every year would. M is said, oc
i eupy most of the time of the commis
I sion to the exclusion of everything
1 ,? ,1 PoM-OtTire Will Re Oeosd Mast ?f
On aecfwm' of rh? legal holiday to-mnr
I rot< the local post???ffiee sill be open oniv
la '?w tionr- Mall will he ollerted at the
I tags ?r Ism sola ami wit! h<- d ?.?;>*? hed
ns I Bta "Tire to stations A and B
; a* ; and * 3? o'clock In the niorr.ins. Car
! last! afelag 'nur deliveries batty wlii make
Hi', tn-m-rroii those rt.a?. .e two and three
?1 t m-ke only t?ne. at * o'clock in the
i m .rnfnc
'! 'ie aaJlssSdaVJ holers wltl bs ohoerved bv
. th, varSSOS departments of lbs it.aJn offlee
? .-tatlon* A and B auJ .-ctta BK-t
I ? -nd:
Ekecatrati art :si->n? ? t? it oviock.
I Stamp window?S to II o'r.ack.
' ?ieners; de;iver>" Windows?? to It o'clock.
Basaei order dlvMon?? to II o'clock.
Hreavr-y division-a to It cvioelt.
? "a rri, r< nitirtow?t to II o'clock
OPEN HOUSE TO MORROW
K.nlmad V M C. V IIa? IHae. for a Bis
New Year's Knterlainment
I T"he Kalln?a?l Yonne Men's < h-1stIan A?
? , will kerp or,, n hfie* ti-iDftroe
I tn relribratlon of N?w Tear's Ihr There
n n ? -nenta ar.S -.<im?-rc?.s Va-nreo
of entertainment tor the su*-e*a. eVrerai
'.o r ,.ft|. |.t x )?? , x: e.-;ed ;., .Jroj> |n
? ' -e day
ll- ?'Ina and r.ool -ontests w; : ??? held at
1' 4, clock in t "e nvomlne a? 7 e?"elo. k In the
a ?? see ? \ nutk?. p-nan-am w ill Be reft -
?ie-ed at .I:* o'clock b-, th, Floyd Feather?
s'- , i.trrfalr.rr? In edeatSSO, -here will fee
"tu. Ilawall.- mj?! M- seaTee perform*?
A Christmas Present
That Will Last a Year
and t!ic beginning of a principle tliat will l.i*t a lifetime? came
: nr notice a few <l \ - ago when a young lad? deposited in
our S-urti,??- Department the twenty-five dollar hill which the
firm ti'at employ < her save f*>r a ( hri^tma-. present.
She a?kcd m 10 arrange M that it would ho impo??xib1e tor
her to withdraw it wrthin a year?in other word*. >bt a-ked
it*. m protect her :rom herself, and we are trying i<> it
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
of Richmond. Virginia.
j. oiilv >aie^uard> y>m money from any outside >V?**. but
Make-- it mg Mt VOU to let thai mmWf work at it? own
trade. < .nr m yom patronage. You tret the prelection and 3
yet ie:.t fitere?! comp??' nded. and yrmr re??>urce? ha? t
SECURITY AND SERVICE.
WHAT MR. WILSON
Exact Word? Which Have Set
AH Virginia Politicians
TO WHOM DID HE REFER?
Opponent? of the Organ/at ion
Take Speech to Mean War
on the Ring.
"Thai ? ? v * 1 not' iii I?. or i.ii.m La in*,
iaailtui.-o tor ike toon ou i, ...
prulerliun anil Ml'lril) al i ? |iei>i?le.
nun..11 a* aaatartftait*| a| mi Ike ?a
rt?u* mode* Baal forma ?> a*.?t-m.:i?nl
i Inn it. Beel MBit** la capable vf pro
duriDK iin- graaaeet degree of aappi
nraa uitii aaltIT. ?ml im nu>l agfMtaat
I.? urrurril aazaaaal ihr ilaanrr or mal?
ad mioI -1 aii iii i audi ??praeter an;
Kuiri-umi'DI ahall be found luadniuate
or contrary ?*? (In *r piirpuae?. a BMa*
jorlty of ike eomniuijll > balk mi iu
dtihl.nhle. tab.tenable auii ibtlrlt usialr
right to reform alee* or abolish 11. In
?1Kb manner Ba shall hi- judged BaaM
! I'oinhi, 11 ?? i<> tk<- aaalla ?fai.''
Th.- above declaration, cattatltutiaa;
Baetloi: .1 of ;h. Vlrarlala Bin of
IRIyrhts, muh lfc< r*f f reBC* made by
President-El*cl \\ o...:row wiii-on in
his af ter-dlnaer ay each at stauutun
Batttrday Dlghl In Chiding Virginians
who aafa aad hiao :ur tae iiomi iaiion.
That fpr?-t'h s'ill constitutes practical?
ly the sole topic of conversation In
political circles in the city and Stale.
da Veraer Wilson did liot say who It
Is Ifj \ i.-g.m 1 who I tit.-rtainni opinions
'Of fpevel BBBeut contrary to those set
fasta :!1 the section of the Bill of
Rights, nor did he make specific appli?
cation as to time or place. Therefore,
he has left the people guessing.
*>aya It'a Itallroad Man.
He arid in the outset of the part
of h's speech ISfattlajj to Virginia
that there were men?"I dare say one
(j-'. them Is present to-night"?who ha?l
been afrulo of him. The Baltimore
Sun's representative now guesses that
thl? wa/? not a reference :o Congress?
man H. 1>. Flood, as wa? gem-rally
supposed. bu.: to a railroad president,
who has recently changed his mud
about Wilson's policies.
But Governor Wilson's reference a
moment later to the lack of enthu?
siasm for him in th.- Virginia delega.
tion at Baltimore, would seem to indi?
cate that he had not then In mind
ratjreed magnates, for they were not
in the delegation.
Speculations continue to be general
Nearly everybody believes that Uever
tior Wilson had In mind a reproof or
a warning to Virginians, serving no?
tice that he expects hearty support
for his policies, and that he will ac?
cept nothing less There are those
who bath re h<- intends a war on the
Virginia Democratic organization as
Senator Martin did not go to Statin
toil, and. as the Baltimore cortespond
aal says, ?'showed 110 disposition what?
ever to get 0:1 Um Wilson band wa?
gon." Senator Swans/on was on hand,
is was Mr. Floor!, the latter being on
the reception committee, stince- gtaun
ton is his own district.
Objection aad t apt-oval.
Many criticisms are to be heard on
the score of propriety, those who dis?
approve what itr. Wnaon said, thinn?
ing that it was hardly th* thing to
? ritlcize one's host over the latter s
0? ti dining table.
A public othciai yesterday called at
teation to another *<c?Joti of the fun
of Mights, that "any ettlaea may fre
apeah, write ana publisti Ms senti?
ments on all subjects."
'Mr. Wilson.'" he said, --sho-ild re?
member that other people hace the
tight to their own ojilinions, area
hi* training as a schoolmaster make?
bun feal mat no one ahould possess
opinions but himself. A matter of
chair* as to a party candidate snouki
not brings forth pub.ic criticisms of
one's opponenta' political principles."
On the other hand. 1 he opponents of
the organization are rejoicing, feeling
that Governor Wilson la preparing to
try to put that body out 01 business.
1 Ilia .'s-.n.-r \torda.
The sienugrapni. report of this part
of Governor Wilson's speech, as taken
by his secretary. Is as follows:
"There are certain gentitm'-n- I <lare
say on- of them Is preevni to-night ?
I who have frank.j- told Be* that there
was a time when tht-v were afraid al
me. because, they thought 1 had some
Berga* loose or that 1 -mma rather wild.
For example. Virginia flerself. in the
convention, ehowed no great enthu?
siasm for my nomination. Mut the**
gentlemen now say u> me. that In view
of things that I have said since I waa
DomViate*aa?f/h 1 c h are exactly the same
ihings trat I said before I was nomi?
nated?thty are no lohger afraid of
me. By which I draw this simple con
. iusi'.n that they did not read the
things I said before I was nominated,
and that after 1 was nominated it be?
came wot th their while really to find
? 'it exactly aa/hat I did actually say.
I ii.t\. beer, utteriiar So far aa I know.
nothVig but the original doctrines 01
liberty aa understood In America. And
? l.'ctrinea have nowhere been bet?
ter understood or better frustrated
than in this ancien' Commonwealth or
"The trouble with some gentlemen
was that thev had C'-aaed to hellere
in the Virginia Bill of KV-hts. That is
an extremely plain-spoken d^ument
It says nothing lea* irreverent of . on
stltutiona than this: that wh-never a
people finds its Institutions unsuitable
for its circumstances, vt has an in?
alienable right to change them. We
have aald that ever a.nee thia Qatar*
monweaiiJ* was set r>. and it ought
not to snve us told feet now. If 1?
yaaa, as lata* now as wh-n it was aald,
oni% some men hav> thought that a
great many convention obstacles have
beeu put in the way of acting upon
the Bi't of Right*, whereas I. In sny
simplicity, a* a student of affairs, have
always believed that the Virginia Mil
?f Mights meant what it Said. tf It
does not. I do not understand Bngliyh
liherty. Vor the Virginia Bill of Right*
said nothing nee. The Virginia Btil
of Mights aald l?.ha? the Declaration of
Mights and th* Pill of Right* had aald
:r. thoa.- ..Id da?? when Knrlend v
lighting to gat a foothold for human
richte It la no dieeeverv made on
thte aid* of the water. M is merelv a
tr.'n*plantatton of the tree of liberty
ln:o a soil more wholesome, more vlr
ettn. mere sui'abl* to d" the simple
thinga of life in dealing man with
?nan. t am not In the least afraid
of ' etna regarded ?* a heretv pro
\ided yo-i know the standards of or
WILL PASS RICHMOND BY
Oe flat- fa t*e?tiiaatea
llas-eata* aiwrTiw-aed la erd?r "? ;aad the
r:e?i*?-- Is Wa**laBa** * See the anneal .Xeer
gpr* -eespUaa at the White H?uee t? mxtrr
saw. aad aka> t* m** ra? vsjrsea* esTtets *
wh-> s> uaisajsaled aha ?a hta ranatna irtp
their pnass saeTeTe th* ????*? et Iii
aaaBaesasa aasay wlB mm
ITle *?**t *m%T'y Tll'# f#a4>,**Wfts*,sa*.
?a?-? i?^#rf*>t1r*> Wr
? a - ? ? * X -aa- ? tth ?, ?bp ? 1 ?*) I ?*
-?r Ra> road aad l>. Ataaeet* r*aar ia??
Suits and Coats Up to $35.00
Reduced to $19.50
Second day of the sale starts this morning. Ali
sizes for ail shapes, and an ample assortment to select
Miss Gold Sustains Painful In
juries When One Is Snapped
Off by High Wind.
Mi?s Mary K. tseaVt. eighteen years
?id of Ht West Main Street liad a
Barrosi escape from death yesterday
morning about ? o'clock, when a t le
Kraph pole in Venable Stre-t near
KiRhteenth was snapped at its base
By the high wind w.'n. li prevail! <| and
struck her on the head and shoulders.
In its fsll the pole hit a fence, whtch
prevented its entire weight erushng
tile youna woman.
Mi-v? Gold had Just alighted from a
street car and was going to the offi e
of the Westmoreland Candy Company
60S North Seventeenth Street, when the
j accident occurred.
! The pole had decayed at its base j
land was unable to withstand the heavy;
gale anu bloke off. It caught her
almost squarely on the head and
.knocked her to the pavement,
j Several persons hurried to her as- j
| sistance. and she was taken into a '
nearby drug store. She soon regained ^
i her faculties and requested that I?r. J. J
l ulmer Bright, her family physician, j
I be summoned. He responded to thej
hurry ? all and removed h?r to b*rt
Lome In a taxlcab. Her injuries con- I
sisted of ruts and bruises aoot-.t the |
' head and shoulders.
The question of the ownership of}
the pclr is already dispute j. It was. |
it is understood, erected by t'n: South-'
ern Bell Telephone and Telegraph j
Company, but lately has been Mod to i
; < airy wires of the signal system of,
jthe Fire Department. Whethee the
I telephone < ompany or the oft" Is re- ,
isponsible for the accident Is .. matter
I which will be determined by the I
Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM
Elaborate Serie, of l.jnuMlk Peat* far New
I ,.ro?t?m of haak.thall garnet and ether
ot (rymnartlca has h*?n arrange'! 'r*
t:?- .?lebraUtsi of the Vew Yesr a* the Cen?
tra Youna Men'a ?Tirlrtlan Association. The
?perin* section of the e.lebratlon will be
Igln to-night at ? ? SPBSSSh, Tomorrow lb*
aaa.. latlon till kee,, open house ail day with
j an Informal rr.ept:,.m from 4 o'clock In the
I afternoon until > at night.
Mbyarhag feate and games will fee
Ipallnl off to night In the gymnasium; f ?*?
ovr^k. traded class dtmonatration. ?10,
lb* .-?*' end pareJ'ei bar special*: j
1.3 s'ciotk, t-,.uip ga*i?? and aaatfaet; B:3S
I a'clack, a'rtsl .lerokarjes; Mi ?Vloek. ?ol-i
I layba :. aeeretartea \t dormitory men: IB]
r set r.?sk.tl,a.:. graded class \* reaervet.
Poc to-morrow the program la as follows:,
lag IT-ft n'- oeV. boys "A." gyrona*
t: and game* 11 30 o'clock, seniors' basket
ha;:. in ociork \e?'!ejbsll. buttness men.
Ifttraete I S'elaeb, basketball. Boys "A"
u int :er -?*?rv?a. f. ? o'clock. vollerbelV
sateless sa insurers. ?:1S o'clock, Inaobr bese?
het sloglai ft doutv**. " x o'clock. W?
fr d lbs Mac, an. In the suditornim.
ritsltg -7 *? o'clock, basketball, junior*
t' lnte.rrr.ed.atrs in twe!*'h anneal gem*..
? -? seat bs tttUees *a bymneaium.
' ]eed*rt: ? *> oc:<ick Vntrre*. the Magician,
laae Pela Mi'era Osottet, for boys and th-lr
jr,i- frtcaOJ hi audltortnm !
SMITH COURTNEY BANQUET
Aun'UI Affair las'. Night to saleseaen and
IBS* .-'mfth-t'om.v Company gave it? tree-;
eting aa .einen and the men of its office
?aaset at the Business Men's ? .h
la*: r.rg'nt in r.'e*rstlon or chrtstmaa and!
t' r sat of aaeabOT year's werk Th* oe-l
-tsmn wa* the thirty eighth of Jta kind in [
th? history of the ror.eem. the first banquet
Having been hold in 117?.
A'oout thtm-flie rnipiojej were present
to safes' lbs (nm liosptaJitv After a
be*alttM .upper In the club'* .tinj?ng-rskrm.
,??.????.w "es turned into a rouad table.
OntSSaBlSa of th.*?mpany a -<erk and trad?.
I rtj BJ smith president, acting as
master of .-.r.tnonl.s
tbt general diaBustioa ebon
; ae. rej.?.? ??-r mal. by Frank L Jobeon.
wh? spok. on "Be't Dreaatr.g snd Power
Tra-amlaalon." snd by J ? HoiTedter. of
Birmingham. Ala., who took for Ma subject!
.ira'. Kara and Steam Consumption " j
ELECTION IN SYRACUSE LODGE
l.araest rythlaa nraaalsotloa la ?tele
laooaea OBJeera fer IOI.1.
s\ra'u.e l^djf N? K Kntrhr* of Pyrhis*.
: h ? ?? ?n: ..'ehrat'd Its fort? flth in*
ajar] BssBssi offleera last night In
s-itthd.al Iltll for th* ensuing year as fel?
Slsrs''^:: 7. B*fh? -haneetler rom-nerder,
B*JBBJBBaf| Mates t
I Tab*, prelaf. Ttl.-.i-.l tv farter master ..'
' flu?.].?: .lames T Bal er, master o' es
? - ier <e-ont. A Bu. den. keeper ef re.
t,rd? and seal: Themas VT Mrcea*. ma-tr
a; a-m?: At Mo? t" Staat?, matter of work.
Ida in I'titap nnr rasrd A?he- A fl-ana
1 miter gnaed. ?Jeorge A Bowden. reereeenta
I tie* to the Grand f.ods*. with riarenre SI
BS etsttOaOl '".?..nr II Matthews. Johe
I H > haaff and W:t:tam Parker, tnisteea j
j Byrartia? I<oee* t* the target PytMaa
llhOge In Virginia, ha'lie a meoBSershlp eT'
? ? ' ? a. ???? ... ? - I at>o* or ha?tne '
?sr. ? -?i of"-era op? the ryraad I>edee. ,
Itofflh. erand ehaaeeller. and James
T Bai .v. rrtnd master o' e. -heatier. Mr.
'' R?^!n presided st the election taet eight.
I At>er 'h. dltp?at of the ttttlum matters
< ?>efo-a tb* Body testet talk* were made ot
work of the order by Mr. ttugin. ReV
M'rrls s Kae'r. John W **ara*. J. Pi est en
Atkins, aast Jobs B. T.isShtfa th* ledge ?
?rrtlrte.s r^aaesiier ee at ass a ier The mart.
lae was ?tfe?i?d by atere theo half a' ?he
J' lode' ? ?n.rnh.rwMp and waa *e? ef the
m? ? ?trthttiaiOt la yeeto.
?waaaas't Vew Ataaatl.
I n-iriaj m PibOBbij. Jr, of Seeth Rk-h
mood ha* bees efapolht?? awatftaet seer.
?*-? m Set,*??- i-tvud. ? ssuinn. end ?1 i
go to WasMneVm wt'hlo a lew daea Bfe
stxreeds P. r-ed Reynolds. w%u> ie.-egt y
tlSSgeH *? fseeeed ft a Du Scare with the
Wa $1 rxio.nrin hotd at Coloti ru? by
( ana! < .>mmt??wwi
?14? and up
tl.* and up
From Kry V\c?t .. . SlltOaKJup
Calf for illiaatrater! foider.
RICHMOND TRANSFFR CaOMPAW,
M ?aat Mala .Street. i
KEEP NEGRO FROM
Godsey to Be Kept in Safekeep?
ing When Brought From
?Then Bcett Ooda'y. a nasro arrested In
N. v Jfrrtv for the Ml enroled murder .ef
I'pten Wilson at Orewe, la biotifbt back
t<> Virginia. It may be nceeaar, to take
n::u?ja' atari* to pi?>?n( aominary utru
Hon AHlr>cnirh the < rim? ?>? committed
P.- niotith? aa;??. publ|. Indiaatlon In Notto
sray ?ounty. eepeclelly at Crewe, la aald ta
ba ao Intense aa to msk* It douottul if the
Ian ari;: b? a:'o-**d la laks Ita course.
A Nottowsy offlrer left yesterday far
Tr?Mon and Ha?-kenaa<-k N J . for the pris?
oner, bearing a requisition l?s>i?d bv Gearer
-loT Mann on Governor Woodro? WtVesa for
..... r'io U it jail at Ha kanaeck. It
is pmbaM* that the lot*; autheHttea rnay
. ?? to It that the negro confined m Rich?
mond or at torn* other point away from th*
seen* of the trouble A speedy trial, per?
iapt with jrrl/ltary guard, mi) J>e arras gad
.Mr. Wilsen w:.? was a <-.-r clerk,
aas ahnt on a train at Cr?*y? Tb? buUeti
It la ?tated. took effei t In the spine, re
au tma In pars!yels. from whl<-?i he la at*It
aotTefwig. This fa--t keepa sllve ;ha rasant
mmt of th* puhll. Quit* a large ele. lent,
it la stated. wo<i!d prefer not t*> await a
Id??- |hs ebeetlag Oedeey Bed. bfr.i ?-.'?
rereal y p.j?-?- under srrest
BANQUET TO SALESMEN
?out hem Manuflarturing Company r.nter^
taiaed Men at Jefrersen Hotel
The southern Manu'S'-turirs company
t'rtalrted rta traveling mVanien at. a nh_.
nie* and Near Year ? banquet In th* J*D?TH
i"n Hotel bkM night E. ' ladrd. ^r?aidan|
*>.' the cninpin' presided and Introduced
n . rn'ber <>f apeakers to the guests aftei
>l'gthy menu had 'j?*n dlapoted of.
Among th* sjs"ak?r? aar? VT. T. Reed,
vice-president of th? chamber of Commerce,
arba talked on "tJel?t>UBx- SsVvmanshtp**:
Poletnan Wnrrham tor.k 'er hl" subject.
Farming, the F>*jr<la-?-.n of ail Business":
W. T nahney. buslneaa man ef the Caaat
aet of Caasaaree. an asaAgit'd to talk oa
"The Wonder* of the Ctty Too Represent."*
Ml ler alto mas> a bume-ooa tslk. Thq 1
sffal- ?is entirety Informal.
The Paragraph Pulpit
The Freedom of Jeana.
Jeaua was a true type of the soul
emancipated. He refused to be bound
by the limitations at creed or custom,
lie dared to amend the olrl: he dared
to affirm the new. 11? was His own
master, faithful to His own divine
convictions alone. Only a free sou:,
therefore, can hope fully to Verstand
leant or Interpret His measage tight -
1 The aoul must cut loose and
soar, if ft would reach the altltudf
of Jcgus' thought. The Unitarian
rhurch, making freedom the first ea
seiitial. hopes to be aide to know and'
interpret the great message of Jesus.? |
Unitarian Publicity Committee
and "Pearl" Roofing
Gordon Metal Co.
UCHaTOBD. Vi, .:
Far Baetaces atattaaery.
The paper that gives lncr-;a*ed ef*
fectivfneei at ao additional coat.
B. W. Wilson Paper Co.,
Sa|> Ola* Mb attorn.
Send Your Shoes
With Your Launiry
W'c have a *bor repairing shop fittol
aith all modern machinery and under
Try ua neit time.
Phone ti< and well cad for jours. ~J|
Phone Monroe 1*S8 or
The Royal Laundry
M B Fl?rsheim. Proprietoe,
Ml N. S<rvetith Street.
Hee?aa Platen af ftnnll'-r.
Minnnv. Miortor. on \a< hi
Bead mm tosjt orders. We bava
abundant aupplv rn a sock.
w boteaal? Plumber*, aad Tiasert