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DAS BIG PROGRAM
iThrcc Se-sions Daily at Annual
Meeting of Temperance
MANY ADDRESSES LISTED
IConlcrendfe Will Hear Notable
Array of Speakers in Anti
'1 be program for the annual confer
jance of the Virginia Division. Woman's
Temperance I.'-ague of America, just
tasked, provides foi lhree sessions daily
durrfig the period of the con vent ioi
lend iista addresses by some of the bent
lknowi? temperen? >- ?orkers of the
I State. The conference will open at
1 a* o'clock Wednesday morning and close
I en Thursday night
A reeeption at the local headquar?
ters of the Woman s Temperance
League of America at *. 10 ov.ioe?. Tues
sley night will precede the conference
?roper. All subsequent meetings will
b? held at the Seventh Street Chris?
tian < nun ti. which ?Iii be conven?
tion hrad'i'iai ters.
I ha Program Complete.
The complete program of the con?
ference follows. ?
?Yedncsda> Morning In A. M.
Devotional cxer< is es conducted i.v
4 M. Rowland . roll . al! of league with
their motto* and two minutes talk* by
the representatives of different leagues. :
Address of welcome. Mrs. William !
Itesponse of address of welcome. |
|Rev. a. i,. Dumville.
Reports of corresponding secretary. !
Itreasurer sind secretary of King's ,
Builders (children's work).
Appointment of comrnitteee.
I'aj.er?"Dues: Shall We Do Away
IWith Individual Dues''" Mrs. M. K.
fcoio. Miss Florence Dansey.
DONT GROW BALD,
|Take Care of Your Hair
While You Have Hair to
Take Care of.
It's a safe ten to one bet that the >oung
Iman who u-c- Parisian Nage as an occa?
sional hair dreeing will never grow bald.
There's a p-jmiii, of course, and it's a
|v*ry good and sufficient one.
Dandruff germs cause falling hair, and
Ifailing hair means thinner hair, and in
due time baldness.
Parisian J?ge prevents baldness by r|e
Iatroying the cause of baldness?the little
persistent, vociferous dandruff germ.
If >ou liave dandruff or itching scalp
means that dandruff germs are sapping
vitality from the roots of your hair,
et rid of all hair troubles l,v u-ing
|Parisian Sage. It dots not contain poi
jnous sugar o' lead or any harmful ingre
It is a scientific preparation that
ilishcs dandruff, stops falling hair and
Calp itch, and makes hair grow lustrous
Many \oung women a- well as men are
rowing bald, and from the same cause?
tbe dandruff germ.
Use delightful, refreshing Parisian Sage;
St nourishes the hair roots, it the root- are
dead, and brings to every user a head
glorious hair?radiant and fascinating.
Large bottle for &o cents at drug stores
and toilet counte; Sec that you get
Tragle Drug Co. ruarantec it.?Adver?
Main and Belvldere Streets.
The most modern and up-to
date Fireproof Storage Building
in the South: vaults for silver
end other valuables; individual
trunk rooms: steam heated piano
rooms, and every other modern
convenience for the care of house?
hold goods. Oet our estimate
on -'.:.ng and shipping; your
furn.t-irc. Phone Monroe HS.
W1 ? AHB a SP KCl A I.TT
packing household goods sad rhtas
sWl ~ *?t.
fti.ite-llS Wm r-.-H ?????.?
Old Dominion Floor Co.
loor aLald. Scraped and Finished
Specialists on refimahins. old floors
Q. W. AI.F.XADrR. Manager.
(road Rock Water
It contains the highest per
?tage of Lithia, tat fewest <d
rotnj Sort da.
Sample Shoes, Half
trio or sn^re,
CsfMr 5th and Broad
Pe-ru-na for Rheumatism
? case- of rheuma
IB ti'm take noother
t? >H ru-na. I am in
llO?' al receipt
H^ 'v from rheumatic
^^?J subjects who have
? been benefited by
jLWM tlx; u -e of Pc-ru
? n.i. A great
?j Im ? ll
HI though have
R] never rccom
HI mended Pe-ru-na
S. R. HARTMAN. M U. ejjjs? for me toset.
? ..tumbu, Ohio. however, how Pr
: ru-na could be used as a remedy for rheu
! mat ism with very excellent results.
Acid Stomach Makes Rheumatism.
I he trouble is, first, with digestion.
1 The digestive organs have not done their
work properly. Or if they have, the
. appropri.itive orgar.a arc sluggish. Or
tie- excret'orv organs. Now, what I
' should do is to give Pe-ru-na in these
I ir^t. becausCj Pe-ru-na aill certainly
stimulate digestion, sharpen the appetite,
increase the relish of food.
Sc< ond. Pe-ru-na will qui< ken the cir?
culation of blood, thereby making appro?
priation better. The food after it is di
gistcd must fx- taken tip by the gl.inds
and carried to the tissues where it is
Third". Pe-ru-na will stimulate the ex?
cretory functions, the kidney.-, the soli?
tary glands, and the liver, as well as the
I-ourth, should there be a catarrhal
I condition of t lie stomach or bowels, rheu?
matism is almost inevitable. A mucous
membrane affected by catarrh cannot
perform its function properly, either in
furnishing the appropriate digestive jui' e?
or in absorbing the product of digestion.
P'-ru rui, therefore, is an excellent rem?
edy, as it tends to remove the catarrh and
to produce a normal condition of the mu?
Pe-ru-na Protects Against
A renicdv that will do thc-e thing- does
protect the ?wem against rheumatism.
Kven after the rheumatism has begun it is
hrlplul, it not absolutely necessary, that
such a remedy be taken, in order to pre?
vent the further accumulation of the mor?
bid materials in the blood.
This i? the way I should treat rheuma?
tism. 1 do not regard Pe-ru-na as a sn.
rific for rheumatism. Not bv an> means.
I would not ?all it a rheumatic rernedv.
But it is a remedy for digestion, assimila?
tion and excretion. When these functions
are properly stimulated and regulated the
cause of rheumatism i? removed, anil in
this way much benefit is derived.
Should any one afflicted with chronic
rheumatism of acute rheumatism begin
the use of Pe-ru-na, after they have taken
a bottle or so, if they wish they can con?
Pe-ru-na. Man-a-lin and I-a-cu-pia,
rnairufai tured by the Pe-ru-na Company,
Columbus, Ohio. SoM at all drug store*..
ASK YOUR DRUG?
GIST FOR FREE PE
Report of Warhington ?7opferen?a, '
December ll-IS, Mrs Jmogene Auetin.
Address?"Who la Responsible for
the Saloon''" Rev. Ashbury Christian.
Paper--"Total Abs'lneace From the
Bible Standpoint " Mrs. John Lindsay.
Adjournment for lunch.
? P M.?Meeting of board of di?
3 P. M.?Opening of conference. '
devotional exer? ist??. Mrs. J. J. Wi? ke-.
Minutes <>f morning eaagJaa, minut ?s
of Ismril of directors, report of field
Open parliament. "How Best to
Beach the Christian Men and Warnen
of the State.?*
Address. "The Importance of Teach?
ing the Effects of Alcohol on the
Human System in the Public Schools "
J. A. O. Chandler.
Solo. Miss Elizabeth Wicker.
"Rural Leagues, Its Privileges.*'
Miss Kate Hawkins. Houston, Va.
Address. "How Can We Protect
Our Girls'" Mrs. J. I.. Wiltshire.
? P. M.? Devotional exercises.
. 8 :IS ? Address by John O. Woolley.
10 A. M.?Devotional exercises. Mrs. |
B. Lacy H?ge, minutes of afternoon
seearsask, report of leaders of branches
Paper "The Lord's Supper. Shall We j
I'sc Wine-'" Mrs. S. L>. Adams. Cluster '
Solo, Miss Marie Stutz.
Report of credential committee, elec?
tion of offlc rs ?
2 P. M ?Minutes of board of direc?
3 P. M.?-Devotional exercises, Mrs.
M E Evans.
Paper "Our Duty to the Childhood j
of the State." Mrs. W. O. Petty, Louisa,
Paper ' The Boys' Place in This;
Fight for the Home." Joe Sydnor. |
Cluster Springs Academy.
Address The Cigarette?Its Attend
bag Beile," Gel. Jordan, Richmond
Solo John J. Wicker. Jr.
Addresst Woman's Responsibility to
Future Generations," Miss Marls
Paper: "Responsibility of Young
Womanhood." Miss Edell Holdcroft.
8 P. M.?Devotional. J. A. Winn.
8:15 P M ?Address. J. D. McAlister.
secretary Anti-Saloon League.
Address: Rev. E. J. Richardson, car?
Giles B. Jackson Saves the Day
for Washington Lovers of
TICKETS LIKE HOT CAKES
Thousands Sold?Plans Also for
March of Colored Men
Under the guidance of Giles B Jack?
son, the colored "millionaire," of Rich?
mond. a*nd president of the Nstional
Negro Woodrow Wilson League, a big
inaugural bsll will be given in Wash
ington after all. Jackson has planked
down the real cash for the rental of;
Convention Hall, the largest audito?
rium in Washington, and will pull off
an affair that will make former efforts
in the Pension Building look like the
Republican party does ta-day.
The aflair will be had on the night
of March S H has been postponed
for a night because a banquet is to be
given on March 4 by the National
Woodrow Wilson I>eague in honor of
Odes Jackson, its president, at one of
the lodge halls of the city Tickets are
being s . d a' K ? h. end it is stated
that more then sera have already been
sold l^ing tines of colored people
stand in the rain for hours to get to the
iv.x ofBce end secure pasteboard per?
mits to the event
< all It Baaewet.
But R will not be called a bsll
Jar kann said yesterday that in view of i
tag olnec'ion ot the President-elect to,
the ofSctal ball, which has been aba
dotted by the Inaugural committee,
the celebration of the r.egrn league bad ,
best be called a benquet.
Still , a ball by ear other name will be a
i, . ?h* circumstances There
will be light -and music and refresh
ner. r No bar ba? vet b-er, r'j'?l"t
, the bunny bug. tl
the numernue wtgg.e.
wmof snd Mrs Wilson have
invited. No acoepteacea have yet
received from then-., but it is not sup I
posed tbew win permit themselves to be j
rteaT. Zls**fi Jrjf t|.en ?piw*r>'fJ?>r of th* ' ??lOfs
The public reception will be over aa
?be receding nigh- and tbey Will "
t* wel-ome ,f they will, but visit!
Want- Nfjrn Marchers.
Not alone by managing a ma gnifi
cent ball, and by responding to a toast
as tbe guest of honor at a banquet, will
Oiles Jackson celebrate tbe inaugura?
tion of Governor Wilson, whose election
be strove for with all bis might and
main He plans also a march of thous?
ands of colored men la the great parade,
in full uniform.
Just back from Wa?hington ysTrday.
Oiles fold how he hopes to have one or
two companies of marchers of his rar-e
from Norfolk and two or three from
Richmond. A section in tbe line of
march has. he says, been assigned to
He needs some funds, and will ask
white friends in Virginia to help tbem.
' The parade of tbe National Negro
Woodrow Wilson league will be in?
complete unless its parti' ipants march
:n uniform, and it is hoped to get the
monev to buy suitable togs. Said
garments may. on the following night,
be used in convolutions to the strains
of "Waiting for the Robert F. Lee."
Informed yesterday that Washing?
ton folks are speaking of him as "the i
Richmond negro millionaire " Giles
said : "No, sir. you know I ain"t got
that much money. You bas to go
|tl| from home to hear the news. I
"But." he added, "that's a pretty |
good advertisement for a man away ;
To Know this Man
Is to Get Rid of All the Burden of Sick
Headache, Sour, Bloated Stomach,
a Thick, Yellow, Bilious Condition
of the Blood, Weak. Inactive Kid?
neys and a Condition of Sickness
that is Making You Miserable.
a>. W. S. BseUbsrt As He b Todey. Owes *
Robert Hekhh sad Gass of 90 Powads
to Tsksag His Own Mediciae. As
Needed, far the Past 25 Yean.
All the druggist* in this vicinity know
Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Compound.
Many of us have met him, and that is
why we accept 25 cents from you for a
30-day treatment, and if not satisfied or
cured we will hand you back the 35 cents.
Dr. Burkhart, for twenty-five wars ha
alwavs insisted that this is the only fair
and square way to do business; so come
in and get this 30-day treatment for only
J5 cents on a positive guarantee. AH
druggists do this for Dr. Burkhart, as
I they know him well and know that his
word is good.
And when you stop to think that twelve
million of these treatments are used an
nuallv tn this country and Europe, can
you wonder so manv people know Dr.
Burkhart, and that druggists everywhere
are glad to handle his treatments on his
honest basis. Be sure to ask for and see
that you get Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable
"Is There a God?"
Rev. H. D. C. Maclachlan
Sunday Night, Jan. 2<*th.
8:15 to 9:15 P. M..
Seventh Street Christian
Seventh and Grace Sts.
Vou Are Cordially
Ail scats free
Educators Confer at Capitol on I
Methods of Accrediting
INSPECTION WILL BE HAD
Diplomas Intended to Mean
A conference of Virginia educa'or*
wa* held at the Capitol yesterday for
the purpose of evolving standards of
instruction m the secondary schools
of the State. Especial reference was
hud to high schools, the object being
to work out a system whereby the
public may know what tho ? hildren in
any particular school are getting.
Or..' high school looks like another
to the average ci'izen. who merely
hears the name, and is convinced that
the institution in his locality is just
aood as any other high school. Bu'
?ti. r,. alx. ai| sorts and grades of such
schools, some of which give a com- j
plot* four-year course of fourteen units. '
and others give practically nothing at
There are colleges presenting grad?
uates with diplomas certifying that
they aje bachelors of arts, when they
have leccived a course lower in effect
than that obtainable free at this local
public high school. This situation has
been demonstrated to exist in Virginia
The parents have wanted money in
paying for the "college education.''
Must Standardize Work.
Again, there are honest differences. |
Some schools ernphasire certain lines
of study, and do not give what is re- j
gard.-d as a well balanced, complete
course. Most of these institutions,
colleges, private schools, academies, j
public schools, are willing and anxious
to co-operate with, any effort toward
standardization, so that tbe public 1
may know just what a school lias to
give, and so that diplomats of gradua?
tion will be sufficient without further
trouble to can en'rance to higher in?
stitutions of learning. They trill con
sent to be inspected by officials.
So it was that an association was
formed, with representatives from each '
Sduthern State, to effect a standard.
The work must be done in the State
first, and then unified through further
conferences between the different States
That for Virginia was done yesterday,
and great progress was made.
It is intended that a certificate from
any particular school will at once show j
the preparation of the student for en- j
trance to a college, medical or scientific
school, or university.
Members of Conference.
Dr. Charles O. Maphis. professor of i
secondary education at the University !
of Virginia, is president of tbe confer- '
ence for Virginia, and presided at yes- j
terday's meeting. Dr. R. E. Blackwell. !
piesident of Randolpb-Macon Col
lego, at Ashland and \V. M. ?lack, prin?
cipal of the Lyncbburg High School.;
! are tbe other members of the gene; a!
. conference from Virginia?Dr. Maphts
representing State institutions. Dr.
I Blackwell non-State institutions and
j Professor Black the public schools. j
' With them they have associated J. ,
i Carter Walker, head master of Wood
, berry Forest Academy, representing :
private schools: Professor E. H. Rus-;
1 sell, president of the Frederioksburg
; Normal and industrial School for Wo
; men, representing normal schools, and .
I R. C. Htearnes. Superintendent of Pub- j
lie Instruction, representing the State
Board of Education.
With these commissioners there met
yesterday the following educators: Dr. !
.1. A. Morehead, president of Roanoke ?
College; Dr. H. T. Orahani. president!
of Hampden-Sidney College; Dr. F. I
W. Boatwright, president of Richmond
College; Dr. .J. S. Wilson, of William
and Mary College; Dr. H. O. Camp?
bell, or Washington and Lee Univer?
sity; Dr. J. P. McConnell. of Emory
and Henry College; Dr. John E. Wil?
liams, of tbe Virginia Polytechnic Insti?
tute; Dr. J. L. Jarnian, president of
the State Female Normal School at
'Farmville; Dr. R. E. Oaines. of Rich?
mond College; Professor Julian A i
i Burruse, president of the Harrlsonburg
Normal and Industrial School for Wo
| men; Dr. J. M. Page, dean of the fac
Inlty of the University of Virginia; E. j
R. Chesterman. secretary to tbe State
Board of Education: J. B. Terrell and
B K. Worrell, of the Department of ?
CAREY Hi MT
Governor Believes Charges
Against l4im Are Outgrowth
Cheyenne. Wyo . January 25?Re?
publicans against whom contests were
filed in tho Hou?e of tbe State Legisla?
ture are expected to retain their seats,
leaving the membership as at present,
and practically insuring the re-election
of United States Senator Francis E.
Warren next Tuesday
State Representative E. II Man
son will not be returned to West Vir?
ginia, as (iovernor Carey to-day denied
the requisition of Governor ciasscock.
! Manson. who was said by West Virginia 1
authorities to be F. K. Roberta, was'
charged with misapplication of school
In Ml decision denying tbe request
c f Cuvrrnor Olasscock for Manson s
'extradition. Oovernor Carey declared
j that in his opinion the request was!
made for political purposes and to influ?
ence the election of a United States
Th-se were the development* to- '
day in the legists'i?e tangle that began
immediately after the Assembly <v>n
vened an<i the House was organized
hv the Democrat* with the aid of!
si ? : i I- ??? and I' H Vanaoi.
The Republicans now have a ma?
jority of six rotes on Joint ballot
Thers are two contests again?' Reptil
Ucee*, hut as the Republicans control I
Ml Us \f\T AT GKFF.N TILLE.
Contentine of North and Month rare
Una T. M. C. adfewras.
Oreenstvoro. N" c. January S?Ad
dresses by Dr < Isrere-e A, Bar hour, of
New Yorh* J. N. Montgomery. of
\??ht:::r j'-'l ' hut e? K. Tows* n i ?
New York all of -hieb d->elt with the
Y M. C A as a co-operative organ!
I to the ohirb featured the sen?
se ? session of ihe convention of
North and *ou'h < ?rot,na Young Men s
Christ is n Associations
Oreenvllie. ft c . wee asserted mm the
I paare of meeMng in mi. end officers
Chosen to dire. | the -vor* of the aeeo
ictation are M R Spier, chairmen. J.
, H. Little, treasurer. F C. Abbott. O. C.
Hunt iiigtot,. r ?; \\ ileon ?nd V W
Bales, secretaries The eseretiee ef
sV-rr? spd commuter at a sWnnes he-1
day ssbe. ribed tj MS for furthering the
Mail orders filled promptly and
shipped by prepaid freight. Small
I Mi | mi now sent by parcels post at
A Sale Combining Quality
With Unusual Ecomomy
Wise housewives will find an irresistible apj>eal in the splendid
quality of isWae food products, each guaranteed as Schmidt
standard?at exceedingly attractive prices. Be sure to visit this
Large White Asparagus
l-^ach can contains about 20 selected white
dinars?tender and excellent in flavor. 25c
Jordan's Tip Top Hams
The famous cure?all sizes of these hams:
KbQtad quality, one year old; delicious baked
or boiled. 36c pound.
A novel delicacy prepared and packed in
Bombay, India?in four varieties, among
them the famous Major Grey's, Colonel Skin?
ner'.-, and Wilson's. 50c bottle.
Melba Peaches and Pears
The best selection of the world's finest
fruits?packed in a delightful sauce"; beauti?
ful whole fruit?large size. 90c.
Tel. Moon* 101. 102. 103,
104, 185. 106
504-508 East Bread
Congressman-Elect and Bishop
O'Connell Speakers at
HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION
Members Will Re-Elect Presi?
dent Carrington and Choose
Ten New Directors.
Congressman-elect Andrew ,Ta' kson
Montague will address the membership
of the Chamber of Commerce at its
annual meeting Tuesday night at the
Jefferson Hotel Auditorium. H? wdl
speak on the subject. "Industrial and
Commercial Relations of Richmond
and its Representative in Congress."
The other speaker of the evening
will be Bishop Dennis J O'Connell.
of the Catholic Diooese of Richmond,
who will address the meeting on the
subject, "The Chamber of Commerce
as a Factor in the Material Interests of
Richmond." Contrary to the custom in
former years there will be no speeches
by officers and members of the chamber,
save the annual address of the presi?
The annual gathering of the member?
ship is by far the most important of
the chamber meetings during the year,
and attracts a large attendance. Its
importance is gained from the fact
that it elects officers for the ensuing
year, reviews the work of the Chamber
of Commerce for the past twelve
months, and passes upon recommenda?
tions for work in the immediate fu?
In arranging the program of this
years annual meeting the officers of
the chamber sought to eliminate as far
as possible the tedious speaking which
prolonged former meetings far into
the night. The two speakers who
have accepted invitations to make
addresses have a State-wide reputa?
tion as men who ^speak Interestingly
and to the point.
In view of his imminent service as
Congressman from this district, Mr.
Montague's address on the relation of
Richmond to its representative in
Congress will prove of particular in?
terest. Richmond gave Mr. Monta?
gue a handsome majority in the pre?
sent primary and was responsible in
large part for his election.
Bishop O'Connell has .tust rounded
out his first year's service as head of
the Catholic Diocese of Richmond.
He has from the beginning taken a
deep interest in welfare work in the
city and has followed with interest
the various municipal changes that
have occurred since his induction into
Will Review Work.
The meeting will be called to order
in the Jefferson Hotel Auditorium at
S o'clock. President Carrington. of
the Chamber of Commerce, will begin
the business of the evening by pre-1
senting his annual review of the cham- !
ber's work. The address will embrace
the reports of Business Manager W. !
T. Dabnev. Secretary R A. Dunlop .
and Treasurer F. D Dunlop.
The annual eiec'ion of officers will'
take place immmediatclv following
President. Carrington's report. Former
President Oeorge I? Christian will
preside while the election is in pro?
gress Following long-established prac?
tice the chamber will offer the preet-.
dency to Mr. Carrington for another
year. He was elected in January. 1912.
and has just completed his first year's
service. With one of two exceptions,
former presidents of the Chamber of
Commerce have served two terms
With the president will be elected.1
in all probability, all the present of?
ficers. These are. besides Mr. Carring?
ton. W. T. Reed, vice-president: E. C.
i.ai.-d. second vice-president: R A
Dunlop. secretary. F D. Dunlop.
treesurer; W. T. Dabney, business
manag":, and E. 8. Ooodman. traffic
Elect Ten New Hire, tors
New elections will be confined to the
selection of ten new directors to re- ,
place a like number that ts vacated
annually bv the by-laws. These pro?
vide thet no director ehell be permitted ;
to serve more than tve years eonUav
uo'isly t nder this riling the >rm? of
several of the directors have expired.
The ele'lion will be followed by the
two sd.V-eeeee of the evemng. Bishop
O'Connell speaking tret. The meet?
ing will adjourn after Mr Montague's
speech Notices addressed yesterday
to the members of the chamber of
Commerce eak for ae large an sttend?
ance es possible, and ? trees the Im?
portance of the meeting.
TmfOc Manager t ft Ooodman will
to ujor-ow p:e?en" his annual report to
tee inland trade* committee of the
Chamber of Commerce The traffle
manager is eles-ed by this committee
end reports to tt All other officers of
the chamber, es well as tea
are elected by the chamber BS
iMed in ennue! meeting
Hopkins Furartare Co.
7 West Broad St
Cash or Credit* ,
MAYOR TAKES WHACK
AT FILTHY STREETS
Says Complaints From Citizens
Arc Justified in
PEOPLE MUST CO-OPERATE
Cohn's Department Not Big
Enough to Handle Ever
"Heiio in that the Mayor?"
"Wrll, Mr. Mayor, I want you to
send Mr. Cohn right out to my house
on Kensington Avenue to empty my
garbage can. It hasn't been emptied
for six weeks."
"But. madams, Mr. Cohn is the su?
perintendent. He doesn't remove gar?
bage. I'll get him to send one of his
"I don't cere who you send, but if
somebody doesn't empty my garbage
own right away I'll ask my husband toI
get a new cleaner."
Mayor Air.siie calmly hung up the
phone and turned around to say :
"Right now I want to say something
about the Street Cleaning Department.
"There is no one thing that causes
as much complaint from citizens as the
uncleanliness of our streets, and the
failure promptly to remove ashes and
gargage from residences. I mention I
the two things as one. because they are i
supposed to be attended to by one I
department?the Street Cleaning De?
partment. I have given especial con- [
sideration to this question before and
since I became Mayor, and I fully
admit that the complaints and criti?
cisms are, in the main, justifiable.
"I have frequently discussed the
matter with Superintendent Cohn, and
I understanhd im to be of the same i
opinion. These highly objectionable
[conditions obtain because of the in?
sufficiency of the 8treet Cleaning De?
partment, both in men and appliances;
(and the total failure of our citizens to
oo operate In the effort to keep the
? !e.in. 1 regard the latter as tho
most important factor, for It is obvious
that no matter how large and wet
equipped the department may be,
tho rest of us. If we set our hearts or?
it. as we sometimes seem to do, could
still manage to keep the streets end
alleys dirty. For instance, the littet,
waste paper and sweepings of all of
our 27.000-odd stores and homes are
carefully deposited every day in our
streets and alleys and left to the ten?
der mercies of the wind and tbe clean?
ing force. Of course, much of this
could be burned in our stoves and fur?
naces; but we won't do it, and confi?
dently inquire of our neighbor, 'Haven't
we a dirty city?'
(ttisens Partly to Blame.
"Why certainly we have, why
shouldn't we? Don't we do all we can
to make it so? Do we do anything to
keep It from being so? We employ
one man to remove and dispose of tbe
ashes and garbage and to clean up
after each 900 of us, at the oost of 2 cents
a week to each of us. As a matter of
fact, under those conditions we could
keep the city fairly dirty with half
the labor we give to It.
"If we are ever going to have a clean
city, then regardless of the size and
efficiency of the cleaning department,
each citizen must co-operate in the ef?
fort to keep it clean. We must not
let our civic pride be confined so much
' to Up service, and all must ehow by
> our works that we want to have it
SOUGHT TO HIRE NEGROES
TO KIEL HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW
Decatur. Ala.. January 25.?Gilbert
W. M Carley, a dentist of Priceville,
was convicted by a jury to-day of at?
tempting to hire two negroes to k,Ul
his mother-in-law. Mrs. Delia Fennell.
A few months ago McCarley caused the
arrest of. the two negroes, claiming;
they robbed him. Investigation re?
sulted in the Charge? against him. Mrs.
Fennell is said to be wealthy.
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