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Fcbruaru---Embroiderics, White Goods, IVashGoods
Announce Final Reductions in
and Winter Suits
Fift een ran and
Originally $25.00 to $37-50.
Fine serges, worsteds, whip
>rd- and novelty rough weave
aieri?l-; broken uses, but
ill a good assortment to
11. from : plain tailored and
a city trimmed.
Originally $27.50 and $30.00.
Strictly Tailored Suits of
fine men's wear serge, in navy
bine only; odd >izc>?39 to 44
?for stout women All lin?
ings of Skinner's satin.
Second Floor?See W indows.
A Most Unusual Bargain in
Women's SMra at $3?9S Each
Originally $5.00- $5.50 and $6.00.
A single big lot of almost two hundred W omen's Separate
Dress Skirts, embrac ing about one dozen popular styles. Vari?
ous fabrics, among them the staple serges, browns, navy blue-,
black- and novelty mixture effects for street wear: all sizes.
< >n Sale on the Second Floor
DENIES CLAIM OF
CHASE CITY MAN
Court of Appeals Rules Against
L. L. Tucker in $2,193 Bank?
An opinion handed inn yesterday
by Hie United States Circuit Court of,
Appeal? affirms the judgment of the
district court of the Eastern Idstrut1
of Virginia in denying the priority of 1
a claim filed by L. L. Tucker, ol <"hasc
City, against the estate of the Kast
Coast Lumber Corporation, bankrupt,
of Lunetiburg County.
The lumber Company 'vas adjudged
a bankrupt by the district court OB
April 11. IMI W. L Tucker and 1.. U
Tucker, then trading as \V. L A.- L L
Tucker, filed a claim for |3,lM.el for
"saw.ng and hauling lumber'' for the ;
bankrupt company on "Magnolia
Farm." the properly of that company,
in Lunenhur?.' County. The referee In.
bankruptcy was petitioned to recog?
nize this as a secured claim on the
ground that it enjoyed a laborer's lien ,
against the estate
The referee refused to tile the peti?
tion on the ground that the claim was
not within the meaning of a labor
claim, within the meaning of the Vir?
ginia statute, and was therefore not
entitled to prlorltj of payment. Neith?
er, in bis opinion, was it secured by n
eaaaasea law lion on certain property
of the bankrupt, as claimed .
W. l Tuck, r, a member of the claim-1
ar?t par tner Phi a, died in SVpt'-mber,
Mil. and the litigation was carried on
thereafter by L l Tucker, the sur
rtt rii.- partner. He appealed the cast
to the United States District Court, at
Richmond, and Jadge tVaesUU seal the
matted ba.-k to the referee in bank?
rupt' y for farther examination. The
referee declined again to allow the!
claim, and m this decision was sup?
ported b] Judge Waddlll on December
in its (piiiion yesterday, the Cir?
cuit Court of .Appeals affirmed the de
? Hriea of the District Court, and a s -
the plan.tiff with all ? o*ts asis
Ji.g cut of the prosecution of the mit
TO INCREASE PAY
Henrlc? Supervisees Keeommrnd Hatsr
for ? ?iimt? OsTtreoe,
At the regular monthly meeting of
tl ? Henri .. B< Srd of Supervisors, held
yesterday, the members Went on re. ord
;.s favoring an Increase ..f j;.. a mouth
U ? la la rise of the four mounted
i?dice officers The recommendation
will be sent to Judge I: Carter Scot!
of the Circuit Gear!
The men.t.trs of ti e < onstabulai v
who will benent by t . reaae It
granted an J K Tillar. It W. I>n.i
ail. T VV. Peay and John Schumaker
eVaea new receives ? .., B month \*
they are rewulred to keep a horse.
?hvh, it is said, c.sts H" a month to
feed, it :s urged that ;'. should
? etve a larger an. on I than the 'others
INDICTED FOR ARSON
i v.. (mm tterked fa b< pssseataaa as
B.ire.,, ?f I ,,;? .
relit, se la n.nkr..pi ..
ill 7 ?..MAIM *T.
>en matter what
?et, all are rood.
? a' we are ei
UWfTED STATTS Of POSITOP/Y
fm PgSTAt SATrWGS FUN01
HEADS SIATE FAIR
Re-Elected by Directors With
Other Officers?Henry C.
The board of directors of the Vir?
ginia Slat-- Pair Association, at a
meeting held y. sterday afternoon In
tho offices of the association in the
Mutual Building, unanimously re-eleet
? '1 Henry Fairfax, president. The
other officers chosen were: Henry f".
Stuart. Samii' 1 Cohen. J. T. Anderson
and I* < >. Miller, vice-presidents: O. J.
Sands, treasurer, anil W. l'ouglas Gor?
don, secretary. With the exception of
Henry C. Stuart, who was added to the
list of vice-presidents, the officers arc
the same who served last year.
Practically the entire membership
of the board of directors was in at?
tendance upon the meeting. The roll
call was answered by Henry Fairfax.
I.egh lt. Pag*, J. T. Anderson. Samuel
Cohen, i.. ?Miller, A. 1. McCleUaa,
R. \V Spllman. M A. ?'hambers. Henry
?'. Stuart. F. l>. Hotchkiss, Jr.. and
Samuel H. Marshall.
The election was followed by an in?
formal discussion of plans for the
coming fair. It took the form of" sug?
gest Ions for improvements to the
grounds, gad X" the construction of
Bear buildings. The board took no for?
mal action, deferring further consid?
eration of proposed additions, to a
The directors agreed that among the
immediate needs is the enlargement of
the present grandstand. This will be
met either by making the grandstand
a two-story structure or by adding an
additional win*. The erection of a
modere concrete structure to house the
county exhibits was am-thcr project
that received favorable consideration,
anil It is probable that such a building
will I? In place when the next fair is
SAMIS GROTTO TO FROLIC
rinn? for |o-Night Inrlurir Tableau v.
V|u?ic nnd linn, toit.
Samis media, v. p. o. f.. r.?the
initiated know what they stand for
will entertain to-night at Its temple.
Relvidere and Main Stre'ts. in honor
of its members and frl.nds The pro?
gram will b'-gln at v.'tn o'clock with
selections by a uuart, t lomposed ,,f
Messrs Braake, \V:ihow. Bache and
Reinhardt, ar.d will be followed I v a
l .... sees by MMU A:.n:? lyou s ?;.-??
irtM Me?sis. Gruner. I.?man and
RelaharSh w.ll render a number of se?
lections on the msndoltn
The ak numbers on tbe pr.?g-,T>
nilude an Impersonation of Mrs
'? "ankharSt, INI suffragist, by Archi?
bald Roschen, snd a representation of
laferaa with r? burlesque on th d.iiiv
trials husbands and woo, rs. Th'
? sT i'r.c-.S. v !., !.. ;1 sc r.-.vrn Til- ?
s> a telhonnj .,f famous pelul ? .:
. I , suss b> Mrs. William V !:? :.
? .?-dt w-th an accompaniment m UJ%ta
B ;: ?feed a banouet. loBcwtd
! ? taarlaty, win e nd up the eswatMsa.
H-srini I. Ik-frrrrfl.
IN MOSBY S?ll
Court on De-nurrcr Sets Aside
$8.000 Verdict Awarded
Former Shipping Clerk
. i t* s
1 ? in havtt.e
I what appe*'e
I aid* ev df ? - ?
Make First Appearance as Doc?
tors in Virginia, Passing
LICENSES MAOE PUBLIC
Forty-Two of Fifty-Eight Appli?
cants Are Found to Be
At least two of the three women
who took the examination for license
to practice medicine In Virginia be?
fore the State Hoard of Medical K.\
aminers, which sat in Richmond on
Deoasehef |] to tX, 1*12. were ac?
cepted. The third may also be among
the chosen, her identity hidden behind
The list of persons licensed by the
board was made public yesterday by
Dr. Herbert Old, of Norfolk, the sec?
retary. Forty-two of the fifty-eight
taking the examination were admitted
Por the first time in this history
of Virginia, Colored women were appli?
cants at the recenl examination, two
of them appearing. One white woman
was In the class.
LAM <>f licenses.
Following the list of successful
persona, with their residence, school
where professional education was se?
cured, and da?,- of graduation:
Appereon, Lather li.. Ttuurtatt, vs.,
Medical College of Virginia, 1913.
Andrews, Charles <_}, Memphis.
T.nn . Memphis Hospital College ot
Ashburn, Lydia L'., Portsmouth. Va..
ll.ward I'nlverslty. ISIS.
Hear, Joseph, Richmond, Medical
College Of Virginia. 1911'.
Bowman, Jacob C. Berkley, Va..
North Carolina College. 1910.
Bohannon, Alval I'.. Baltimore. Md .
University of Maryland, 190.1.
Baasett, Barle, Hampton. Va., How?
ard I'liiverslty. 1912.
Bayly. Rosier C . Markham. Va .
Georgetown University, 1905.
Bell. Bmery i:.. Berlin. Md.. Phy?
sicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, 19,?|.
enrr. Arthur D., Richmond, Haar?
ard Medical College, jpl2.
carey, s. p. Richmond, Medical tv>i
!ege of Virginia, 1911
Carter. Henry Walton. Norfolk. Va .
Univ rslty of Virginia, 1895.
Carr. Walter A., Narrows, Va.. Col
legs physicians and Surgeons. Balti?
Harden. St. Clalr, Norfolk. Va.. Medi?
cal College of Virginia. 19i:.
Draper. Samuel c.. i;alax. Va , Medi?
cal College of Virginia, 1908.
peekens, Arthur h. Madison
Heights, va.. University of Pennsyl-.
I'arden. James B . Petersburg, Va.. I
Meharry Mediaal college. \m\% ?!
Bhert, .1. w.. Wlucasetsr, Va., I'm- .
varsity of Maryland, 1912.
Huffman, p. B.. Newport. Va.Mary-,
land Medical College. 1909.
Hamilton. J. M., Shawaea, Tenn
Tenaeaaag Medical college, i<?on.
Harrison, Marry. Norfolk. Va.. Unl-'
vcrsity College of Medicine. 1911.
Hall. OeergS C. Richmond, Va..
Harvard MedlcaJ School, issn.
Heustls. Jaine.s Walter. Washington,
D. C. Harvard Medical School. 1884.
Hooker, Raymond C. Richmond.
Va. Medical College of Va.. 1912.
Ho.-ve. ivarl E B. Mehcrrin. V.l.
Drake University College of Medicine.
Hoeve. H J II . Meherrin. Va . Col- ,
legi Puyateiaaa ami surgeons. Chica?
Kyle. Bernard h. Buffalo Station.
Nelson County, Medical College of Vir?
beech, J. ?;, Qooaen, vs.. Dfciversity I
Of South, 1909
Le-riasen, Prank. Baltimore. Md..
University of Maryland. 1911.
Lilly, pi id X . Jumping Itranch. Va.,
University of L/SUMVflle, l!*l>
McOall Alvin c. Portsmouth, Vs.. I
ITa rerutty of Maryland. 1919
Meetaigkt, v. h. Rocky Mount. N. j
c f "11 i? erst ty of Maryland. is;o. j
Maddley, Bsasus] c it . Raaaeke, va..
Lr susrd m dj.ai College, wit.
Moor.. Mervln p, Raven. Va . Tu
lane I'niverslty, 1912.
Morrison. J H. s, Cumberland >1*p.
Tenn . BSSpllSl College of tfedHctus .
I/>ulsville. Ky . 1908.
Randolph. B F.. Arrington. Va .
University Colleg. of losdBctBO, IMS.
Rogers. Clarence A.. Raleigh. N. ?'
!.eonard MoaVcul College, IM1
Steele. j| KcyitOW?. W. Va.. C-?
!-ge of physi< isns and Surgeons. Ral
S;-'k. C N. Portsmouth. Va . Uni?
versity of Nashville College of Medi?
Phillips. .1 i-nes T . Ifoanokc. Va .
College of Phy?ic:a:is and Surgeons,
yew York. 1994
Wolfe. R r? . Norfolk. Va.. QOOrgi
Washington Unlversltj, itdt,
Wnn!r.d?.. Thomas J. \"ew York
City, i/nn,v.i MeeVeal cijegc. rMi
>eare l*i eed am In Pollre 1 oart for
I srrlr.sli Itrlsins lern?.
Julian Lips, sa b. ? ob.red. was fined I
119 ?nd costs yesterday mcrr.ing in
poli.a C,,Urt 9SV n dthaaal] and i-.ire
leeaty drtvnu ? team it. the streets
Aubrey Karm.-t arof T J Crowder
were each I? . | ? .1 . ?.sts for be
sg aVvaei awd onsoedsfi] la the Tha
ito. Fifth and Proad Streets
rl.ier: T'l ? ? 1. was fined
< ? ?', . ,.?ts for tramtainlns an ob
treassess rsatrt at North ??th ,
Ptreet Ml nvr"ei who were arreste.l
?? ? at ng ?lr-;ik and disorderly at 7171?
North ryfind Street a ere each "tied
FOR FINAL WORD
(iovcrnor Gives No Sign as to
Nature and Time of His
CONDEMNED MEN CHEERFUL
Little Excitement Comes to
Four Who Secured Prison
' Another day brought no develop
: menta to the little group waiting for
the word from Governor Mann that
i will mean life or death to Floyd Allen
( and Claude Swanson Allen. It wae
supposed that the Governor was en?
gaged in preparation of his statement
to the public regarding final tiisposi
| tion of the ease, but he gave no in
i diratlon as to when it would Le ready.
.Miss Nellie Wissler. Claude's sweet
luv,rt. who has stood by him from the
day the shooting in the ilillsville
courthouse startled the civilized world,
spent part of yesterday In the death
row with ?'laude With her was Vic?
tor Allen, and the two men in the
shadow of the electric chair, with the
two visitors, talked again and again
of the seems in the courthouse in Car?
roll ami of the people and the country
thnt the men behind the bars may
never see again
Other Friends Here.
Judge I? W Holen. of Ilillsville.
counsel for "old man Flojd" in the trial
that terminated so disastrously, also
lingers in Riehmond at the request of
the Aliens' friends, waiting hourly to j
Another visitor is former State Sen- I
ator Roheit I*. Bruce, of Wise, attor?
ney for Sidna Allen in the damage
suits brought against him by the ad?
ministrators of Judge Massie. Com?
monwealth s-Attorney Foster and
Sheriff Webb He has been in consul?
tation with his client in the State Pen?
The Albus, facing the electric chair. ?
bear up wonderfully well. Floyd
Allen keeps cheerful, and Is always '
pleasant when spoken to, either by
Keeper I'enn or by the few visitors? j
attornevs and relatives?who are al
lowed. The older man occupies the
cell nearest the window on the left, i
next to that of Harvey i> Eooney, who
alone of tlie four men in the death
row is in luck, since he has secured a
writ of error from the Supreme Court,
and may possibly net a new trial.
I.iked by Guards.
"Old Man Flowl" reads a little, with '
some difficulty, and talks a good deal. '
Claude Is not always so communica- |
five His situation preys on him some- '
times. still, he is always courteous,
and. like htS father. Is desirous of mak?
ing as little trouble for everybody as
Nearly every day some Richmond
friend sends flowers for the death tier,
their freshness heartening the pris?
oners a good deal.
Miss Wissler sits for hours Just in j
front of Claude's cell, and they talk
through the bars. They have no mo?
ment to themselves, since the death
watch is alwaj ? pres. i,t. but is as con?
siderate as Is possible.
The four Aliens who escaped with
their lives are at work in the big
prison. Sidna Allen is employed as a
carpenter, at which avocation he is
fairly proficient, working at the trade
during his sta> at Dag Meines, prior
to his arrest. Suave and plausible, he
gets along well with the guards.
Three Make Shoes.
Shoemaking is the employment of j
the other three -Friel Allen. Wesley
Edwards and Sidna Edwards The
latter, a big g.l-natured fellow. Is I
rot always well. Iiis nervousness Inter- 1
fering with his emplo\ment to a large
extent. He had but just recovered from
an attack of fever when the Hillsville
shooting occur! cd. ami since that time
he has been incar<-erated
Friel Allen, the brightest and quick?
es! of them all. is >amrt with his work,
?loing it well. He gives no trouble.
Wesley Edwards, with the shifty eyes
an<l untrustworthy mouth, is also mak?
ing shoes for the Thacher people. He !
?takes no comment to his associates
on Miss lroler. who married another
man soon after he confessed to mur?
der and accepted his sentence of twen?
ty-seven )ears m Slate prison.
< harter I?sued.
Foreign .harter. State of Delaware: Mary?
land Motor Car Insurance Company, with
S I SSStSl ?tr>, k of I* >4S. the fcin:nl?sioner
of Insuran" StatOttV) agent. l:l'hmond. to
Insure the n? r."s of automobiles against
...?? ..r damage by fire, theft, collision or ;
Grand Jury Witnesses.
Investigation of alleged tax delln- :
? luci.ciea was resumed by the grand
jury in the Hustings Court >esterday
iifternoon. Witnesses called to the
Jury room were Eflward D Harris. O.
H Dandgreve < Armour & Co.). Adolph
Flubacher .Swift * Co.), J P Todd
?Nelson. Morris Sc Co.). E. Butterwold
(Jacob Dobl Packing Co. i. Libby. Mc?
Neil A- I.tbbv. George A. Casey (Sulz
. ? ? ft Co.), and la E. I'ope. repre?
senting Eegori & Co.
lelephoiie ln<|iilr? Po?tpone?l.
A sule-omrr.ittee of the Council Cam
mlttee on Streets, called fat this ?t
ternoon to consider a resolution which
directs tbe Street Committee to re?
port whether M is advisable for the
Council t-i order a general investiga?
tion of the telephone service and rates
in Richmond, has been postponed be?
cause of the absence from the city of
one of the members.
Hear /aiae'a ? ear To-Dey.
The hearing of F. J Zajac. held as
a suspe "'"is < aaafftMtCr. suspected of
having committed a felony, was con?
tinued yestenlaj in Police Court until
this morning. Z.ij.-o is accused by C.
G. Montgomery of having disposed of
property on which he held a mort
Police Board Meeting.
The February meeting of the Board
of police Commissioners will he held
f?-nlght at * o clock in the office of
Chief of police Werner.
Any man of good judgment will realize the dilerence be
? ? ee . the average investment and an investment that has
been passed on as to soundness and value by an institution
that makes a specialty of such business For that reason we
offer and sell only such as have passed the scrutiny of our
officers and directors, and in which we have first invested I
our own funds- In this principle, as in others.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
of Richmond. Virginia
SECURITY AND SERVICE I
AT HIGH SCHOOL
Harwood Issues List of Honor
Pupils and Library Scholar?
FIRST NORMAL GRADUATES
Richmond Now Has Full
Fledged School for Train?
The names of twenty-three full
graduate* who have successfully com
[ pleteil the four-year course at the John
j Marshall High School, were announced
I yesterday, at the same time annouti??
mep.t was made of the first four full
graduates of the Richmond Training
School for Teachers, a normal course
conducted by the City School Board,
requiring two years ?>f post graduate
, work following a certificate of grad?
uation at the John Marshall High
School. The training school was In?
augurated Just two fears ago In the
William F. F"\ building SB Hanover
Avenue, full graduates ?.f the high
school only being admitted. Those
taking the course ha.c a year and a
half in psychology, pedagogy and other
studies lit the usual normal course and
a half session in the practice of teach?
First Norm?I Course l.radaste*.
The first graduat'-s are Misses Ruth
Brad sty, Anne Graham, Laara Garth
rlght and F.lma Meredith.
The State Board of llducatlon has
officially reeOsTalaed the Richmond
Training School for Tej-chers as being
on the same plan? as the Farmville
and Frederlcksburg .Normals, and will ;
Issue to full graduates who have taken
the four-year course In the John Mar?
shall High School and the two-year
teacher-training course first grade
teachers' certificates under the same
conditions as certificates are awarded
to the full graduates of the Farmville
aiid Frederlcksburg Normal Schools.
There will be a larger graduating class
at the June commencement, as with
each succeeding term there has been
an increased enrollment of those de- ;
string to take the training course.
1.1st ot (.raduales.
Full graduates Of the John Marshall '
High School were announced yester?
day by Principal James C Harwood. as
Thomas Rosewell Aaron. Latin
Moses I. R?-eitsteln. I^atin covse.
I.ucy Clay Brown. Latin course.
Mary vKIrkland Carpenter, modern
Harxle Archer Clopt*?n. I^atin course.
Frieda Meredith Dictz. mod. rn lan?
Klizabeth K. DuVal, Latin course.
Mary Norma Kastman. Latin course.
Lillian. Alee BO Flgg. commercial
Florence riorsye Garthrlght. com?
Mary L. Humphreys. Latin course. .
Leroy Hutzler. Jr.. commercial
Blanche Ionise Jnhns. I*atln I ourse.
Maudi Amy l?mbard. modern lan?
Edith Mnntg->mcr:., I^attn course.
Peyton lyee Palmore. Jr. Latin
Bessie May Powell. I^atin course.
Alice Houglas Ramos. I.atiri ?ourse.
Clara Christine Somma. Latin
Helen Klizabeth Sorg. Latin -onra:
Grace Louise Spain. Latin course.
Bonnie Irene Thomas. Ivitin curse.
Margaret Word. lj?tln course
There may be one addition to this
list. on?- punil having bun ta^en lil .
during i jtatr tnations and nnuble to.
complete her work. Having presented
a physician's certificate shiwfng her
condition, the school authorities have
agreed to allow her to take the re?
maining examinations at some future
date. All of the graduates will re?
ceive their diplomas at the annual com?
mencement ? xercises next June.
Honor I'll PI I*.
Principal Harwood also an: ounced
yesterday the following list of honor
pupils in the John Marshal! High
School for the half-s? ssion ending
4-A1. Gl.-.dys Purnet: 4-A2. Msrlon
HePer: 1-1 2. Irving White. 3-A1. Max
Class, -Jullur Meyer. Grace Rollins.
S A2. Alke H?ge. Marie Meisel: 2-B1.
Elise Goepf-irth 2-B2. Walter I^eon
nid; 2-A1. Ldlth Sydnor: 2-A3. Walter
Gray, Houston Patterson. Mabel Cool
ex : 2-A'.. Helen Tvree: 1-B1. Ellsworth
Wiltshire, Hall Mason: 1-B2. Powers
.--idler; 1-R3. Louise "Wassmer: 1-B4.
A'line Kubank: 1-B3. Lucille Bailey;
I-Al. "ar> Thomas: 1-AS. Luclle
dwathiney: 1-A4. Sarah Johnson. Mil?
dred *.!?>ble: 1-Ar.. Ines Murphy. Bar
re/ Plornick. 1-Afi. Louise Ingersoll:
1-?7. Al-in Hardie: 1-A*. i";iadys Hoov?
Tbronjrh the courtesy of the Rose
rrpry Li >rary. the John Marshall High
.-. hool awanis at the end of each half
ter n a rn-mbcrshlp in the library to
the pup'l staii'llr.g highest in each
gr.iile The following pupils are the
winner* at these memberships for the
half teem ;jat completed:
1 P. V.arr L Humphreva; 4-A. Gladys
Pumet; 1-B. Irving White: 3-A. Marie
Meisel: 2-B. Kilse G??epfarth: 2-A. Bes?
sie Stlih: i-B. Ellsworth Wiltshire:
l-\. Alan M<-r<iie
RYAN FOR SENATOR
rsleraoa. V J.. Man faBpsj He I* >a?kea
fM to Sncceed Warlla.
News has artixed from New Jersey
A coreapondet.t <.f the I'afersor Press
announces ;hat Thomas F Ryan "la
mentioned ,,s the probable Cnited
States Senator from his native State
?Virginia) when the term of Thon-ae
8. Martin expires some time thlr year "
This correspondent Is evidently not
informed that Senator Martin haa al?
ready been re-elected for a term of els
years, beginning March 4. when all sen?
atorial terms expire, not "some Um?
He Is quite eulogistic, adding that
"Mr Ryan's vast experience as a finan?
cier and a successful business man
would make him a valuable maa in
tlje Cnited States Senate." It ie aug
geated that be might try to get hla
communication In the Commoner and j
see what happens Ills good words sre
the result of the refusal of Mr. Ryan
to prosevute M young man who was
detected try.ns to pry the bronse
hinges off the doo? tf his art gallery,
because It was the youth s first offense
l.4aestl?Hi Hoard t?s W,ee?J.
The Plate Hoard of Education will
hold Its next regular meeting oa Sat?
urday. February IS Secretary ^"van
] R it?eaterman sent out the notlcee to
At the Ust meeting of the board It
was decided to hold meetings on ths
1 1Mb 'luv of everv month hareasfte- s
that ?r?-tMv will he on notice of
the time and so that the boeiness may
I be mere regular I y disposed of.
33 Per Cent Discount
Applies to all of our finest suits and heavyweight over?
Which sold from $25 to $45
Your opportunity to get clothing luxury at very ordi?
Bll B'RITH HAS
Dr. Simon and Dr. Calisch
Among Speakers at Rimmon
I "The tendency of the day ia associa?
tion of interests." said Dr. Abram Si
' num. of Washington, speaking last
: night at the annual dinner of Hlm
!mun Lodge. Independent Order of
! B'nai B'rlth. at the Jefferson Club.
I "I'nlty In all things is the basin of
In the course of his very masterly
expansion of his topic. "Brotherhood,"
Dr. Simon made some very striking
observations on the drift of modern
thought and feeling toward unity and
The dinner, which afforded entertain?
ment for nearly 100 members of the
order, was given in connection with
the annual installation of officers, and
was followed by a dance. Dr. K N
? 'alisch. who Is executive committee
man from the fifth district of the ord?
er, followed Dr Simon with a some?
what less general definition of the
terms. brotherhood and unity He
pointed out that while universal broth?
erhood is the ideal. In the practical
operation of the plan, this Ideal must
first be realised on a smaller scale
and among smaller groups. The Order
Of B'nai B'rlth. he said, while not ex?
clusive, served Sttch n laudable pur?
Harold S. Bloomberg, president of
ltimmon Lodge, presided as toastmas
ter for his lodge, the host at the din?
ner. Among the speakers of the even?
ing was Julius l'eyser. of Washing
ton. president of this district, which
Includes Maryland. District of Colum?
bia. Virginia. North Carolina. South
Carolina and Gcnreia His address,
concerning the welfare and develop?
ment of the order, was followed with
the closest interest
The Order of B'nai B'rith stands,
perhaps, at the head of Jewish benevol?
ent organizations in this country, and
has representative lodges in the vari?
ous cities of Kurope It came into
national prominence recently, when Its
executive committee presented Pres?
ident Tsft with a gold medallion as
recognition of the fact that he had
done more than ar.v one man during
the last year for the welfare of the
Jewish people of America.
Trustees for the Third Street Africsn
Methodist Church were appointed bv
Judge B Carter S<~ott In the City Cir?
cuit Court yesterday as follows: P.C. '
Easley. B J Johnson. N W Gordon.
W II Smith M J Graham. J T Moore.
John A Walker. F. L Williams and
S W. Robinson In a further order en?
tered by Judge Scott the trustees were
authorized to encumber the church
property on the west line of Third
Street between Leigh and Jackson
Streets, to the extent of Jk.COO.
Richmond and Henrico Company
Agrees to Terms of Light
and Power Ordinance.
Samuel i? KeHeX attorney for the
Richmond a:d Henrico Railway Com?
pany, filed with City Clerk Be:i 7. All
gust yesterday the formal a< r-pianc* on
the part of the board of directors of
Us terms of the franchise ordinance
approved December 14. MX, granting
parcnsslor. to that company to ereet
poles, run wires and construct conduits
In and under the streets of the city
for the purpose of furnishing lieht and
power by o'.e.-tricitv Stibsectl in 1.
section V of the franchise ordinance
re'iuires the Richmond ar.d Hcnrleo
Railway Company within two months
from the final approval of the ordi?
nance, which was or | >...vnb?r ' I last,
to flle with the Committee on Streets
an application for the rout, t at H 1 -
sires to cover with its distributiv?
plant, which route the Committee on
Streets mav alte- enlarge or d;mln;sh
as It shall see fit. The d'strlhution svs
t> m within such route is to h. begun
within three months and completed in
twelve montl-s after final set! ?n by the
Committee ,.n Streets. Cndcr this sec?
tion, the rompsny must file Its initial
plans with th- committee on or before
All travel arrangements over one
counter Railroad. Steamship and
Pullman Tickets. Baggage' checked.
Tasicab. Travelers' Che. k?. rasser.ser
and Baggage Insurance
Richmond Transfer (?wipairv
*>?i' B. Male Street.
Urn h nWlcea:
Jefferson. Warpke?. Richmond Hotels.
"Tone jffl Trouble Savers"
Nearly FIFTY YEARS in Business
VIRGINIA TO VOTE
FOR INCOME TAX
Unless Congress Acts First, Leg?
islature Will Obey Demo?
leading Democrats exnressed th*
opinion >esterday that unless Congress
at the coming extra session or early
in the next regular session passes an
ett putting the Federal Income tax in
oprrat'on, the Virginia Legislature will
certainly add Its voice for ratification
at the session next January. That Is.
this Statt ?Hl act favorably on th*
matter rcfsardless of the fact that a
sufficient number of States has already
.been secured, unless Congress fore?
stalls Virginia by actually putting the
new method of taxation in operation
Sentiment among the Democrats of
this State is so overwhelming in favor
of th* Income tsx. that the Demo?
cratic State Convention held In Tvor
folk last May unanimously pase-d a
resolution Indorsing the amendment
t ? the Constitution, and directing th"
Legislature to ratify it.
The amendment was first presented
to the Legislature of inn it met
strong opposition, let] by Speaker
Byre Appeals were mad* to th*
memories of the past, and Federal In
? i u: s 11'. on was advanced against ratl
etioa, so that th,. House rejected th*
proposition. The Senate later passed
a resolution of ratiflcatNgh.
In the session of IMt, s resolution
w as offered, but nerer came to a vote.
Considering th* Norfolk reeolutlon.
and the fart that the income tax hss
been part of Ihe Democratic Rational
platforms for mor, than twenty yeat?.
!t :* believed Virginia will add one to
the list of approving States next Janu?
Consider Street Car Fx tension.
A call was Issued yesterday for a
meeting on Frldav afternoon at 5
o clock of a subcommittee of the Coun
. il Committee on Streets, appointed to
eolnalder a petition of the Virginia
Hallway and Power Company for a
street rnllwny franchise west of the
Boulevard, the company proposing a
line out Droad Street to Sheppard.
across Sheppard to I'ark. with a loop
e running as far south as Floyd
Mreale* ?tili Regle?.
One hundred and fifteen cases of
measules were reported to the Board
of Health yesterday, as against 110
cases on the preceding day Quite a
number of cases were discharged from
quarantine as cured, and the placards
I ...notation of the Old Theology.
If the foundation of a building Is
removed, the superstructure must col?
lapse The doctrine of The Fall la the
foundation upon which rests the doc
tilnes of Total Dmrsveltj vicarious
Atonement. The Deitv of Jesus, and
other generally accepted teachings
>ei many goon people naively cling
to t-iewe Jntter teachings, after having
given up the teaching upon which they
rest To understand the l.'nltarlan
position on Human Nature ia to un?
derstand the new conception of reli?
gion Free literature on this subject,
address Publicity Committee. 101
Noith Harrison StreeL
You Can Twist a Collar
Like a Shaving and
It Won't Scale
For the Royal laundry "Kureka" prore?i
gives a fleaability and finish that no other
process can give.
The Royal Laundry
M. B. Fl?rsheim. Proprietor.
Phone Monroe Mi or HW,
311 PL Seventh Street.
Get the tried end true kind?
G. M. Co.'s 'Tear."
It is the best at the price.
Gordon Metal Co,
HfaffJH N. Seventeenth St.
Hoe roe SCTL
Talks to Plumbers No. 11
frond profit in emergency work, t.ut prompt delivery of
material is necessary. Let as demonstrate to you uur prompt
McGraw-Yarbrough Co,, Inc.
122 South Eighth Street.