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The Duty of a Bank
Is, first of all, to safeguard the money belonging to its
depositors by careful investments, where the money is
secured beyond peradventure. This bank loans a large part
of its funds on Improved City Real Estate. Each appli?
cation is passed upon by competent appraisers, and our
policy has been a blessing to our community, because thou?
sands of people are now owners of homes instead of renters.
On the other hand, we hold security for our depositors
that is absolutely good, better even than government bonds,
because not subject to fluctuation of the market. We have
handled many millions, and not a dollar has been lost.
Besides, the calibre of the men behind the institution de?
termines its standing. Look over our list of directors. No
bank can present stronger names, and men who have made
good in every undertaking. We want all the good people
to line up with us. No matter how small, the habit of
saving, once acquired, will grow on you.
One dollar starts an account.
Travelers' Cheques issued, good everywhere^
Drafts on all parts of the world.
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent.
The Savings Bank of Richmond
1117 East Main Street (Banking Block)
United States Depository for Postal Savings Funds
L. Z. Morris, President.
F. Sitterding, Vice-Prcsident.
James M. Ball, Vlce-President and Cashier.
Geo. W. Watt, Assistant Cashier.
James If. Ball, R. F. Patterson,
Geo. L. Christian, F. Sitterding,
EL Theodore Ellyson, Ashton Starke.
Jno. W. Gordon, EL Seldon Taylor,
B. M. Gwathmev, Granville G. Valentine,
Thos. L. Moore, P. Whitlock,
L. Z. Morris, Wm. H. Zimmermann.
<(l889 "Safe as the Safest" 1913)>
Warrenton Must Provide Armory
or Lose Its Militia
Conditions among the yoluatoor
companies Inspected during The pant
we?rk by Adjutant-ii^oeral ?aie am
Captain Parleilo. representing :ne War
Department, were found to be, ?a'
fa 3 lory except It; Warrenlon. The
company In the Kauqui.tr County rap- |
ltal aas found tl be excellent In per- ,
aoanel. but laboring under the u %1
vantaze of extrem. !y poor armory fa- ;
Rather. It may be said, ther* are no
facilities worthy the name. The val?
uable United State? military propel ty
is kept in the basement of the county
coarthauso. where unauthorized per?
sons have access to the clothing, stores. I
arms aad ammunition. No place is
provided for the men to gatcer and
hare meetings. Worse, the community .
Captain Partello f>Id the town au- .
tborltlea that be could not recommend
the continuance of a military com- !
mend under such circumstances, j
Whereupon a meeting of citizens was
at once held, and ste~* wer* taken
looking to prov'slon for suitable <juar- '
tars in the future.
General Sale, a ho contracted a cold
while on the trip, and returned to hia .
home near this city, has recovered, and
expects to be at his ? ? ? to-Hi sal'in. ,'
Alleged ? areleee l>ri?er.
J W Whittle was arrested yes'erdav af?
ternoon by Patrolmen Mr?ore and Boequett
eo the charge of carelessly driving an au?
tomobile In Broad Street near Eighth
Mi-a-aa not only gives gntek relief
bat eaafcee the Stoasaeh ee etieaa
?bat It re a dlaeet with ease
any a tad of Food.
Tn? very worst and most stubborn
stomach can be put in tin top *hst>e I
a abort time, and ro remedy will do It
Title eo thoroughly or speedily as M3
? v \ - ? - ?. ? - , j
#w o rrylacj
w a a ting'
him ?? cents, get a boa of Ul-O-XA'
and take It aa directed for Jaat ana
week. Then if yoa think for any roe-,
son whatever that III-?) NA gtomacb
Tablets have not din. you the world
of good, gat year mot.ey ha^k
This honorable guarartee appl ** to
aap etoeaach ailment, whether It ks
called Indigestion, gaatr tis. dyaaeaasdw
catarrh of the stomach loss of apae
1 tlte or anything e|ee ?
?Yee trial treatment from Bwothra
MI-O-.VA. Buffalo. Jt T.
Trag Je Drag Co guarantee hfl-O
Adding Machine Wants to Do
Business Without Certificate
Following a hearing; which consumed
day. the L'nlled States District
BTt st I o'clock yesterday afternoon
took under advisement the application
of the Dalton Adding Machine Com?
pany, of Missouri, for an interlocutory
injunction against the State Corpora
;.or Commission to restrain it from re?
quiring the company to aecure a cer?
tificate of authority and to pay cer?
tain corporation taxes before being per?
mitted to carry on ita buslneaa in this
In conformity with the statute desig?
nating a special court consisting of
three Judges for cases of this charac?
ter. Judge WadJill. of the District
Court, was aided yesterday by Circuit
Judges Prltchard and Rose Argument
was begun at till o'clock, in the morn?
ing by Attorney Thomas A. Banning,
of Chicago, for the Dalton Adding Ma?
chine Company. Attorney-General
Samuel ejT. Williams and Assistant At?
torney-General R. K Davis, appeared
for the Corporation Commission
Action Brecht Lest ' ?eber
Th* action began October lft. 1912.
with the filing of a bill of co.nplalnt by
the Dalton Adding Ma' hine Company,
setting forth that the State Corpora- '
tlon Commission was threatening to
proceed against it for violation of the
Virginia statutes relating to the tax?
ation of foreign c. r[ ? rations unless ,
the adding machine compariv obtained i
at once a certificate of authority to do I
buslneaa in this Stat?. und pild certain
stipulated corporation taxes.
An Injunction was asked to restrain
the Corporation Commission from pro?
ceeding against it on the ground that
the local business of the Dalton Add- 1
ing Machine Company waa carried on
from the borne office in Poplar Bluff.
Mo., and that ita character aa a corpo?
ration engaged In interstate commerce
exempted it from the obligation to se?
cure authority to do business in this
State. Attorney-General Williams, for
the Corporation Commission, tiled a de
murrei. asserting that the company
was not entitled to relief. The demur?
rer was temporarily v:trated to perm It
argument on the application of the add?
ing machine company for an injunc?
The hearing in the injunction pro?
ceedings wss fixed for December 1*.
Attorneva for both aides appeared on
tbat date and stated to the court tbat
they were unprepared to proceed with
the case, and the hearing sat deferred
; to yoaterday.
Jadgr of ? Irrult < mart ef 4 a Wale to
?d drees ? ollegr Law school.
Judge Jeter c tTftchard. of the
[-, -r' states circuit Court of Appeals,
will lecture on Mond?/-. February IT.
at Richmond College, on the ruble* L
"The Power of the State or Federal
Judlclarv to I?eclare a Legislative Act
Ciconatitutlonal " The lecture, which
will be given a* I IS o'clock In tna
evening, will be open to the public
The fact that the question upon
which Judge Prltchard will ?peak la
f. .lev widely dio-oesed throughout the
country will give the lecture unususl
timeliness It will he the first of a
eerie* of sddreeses to he delivered to
the students of the Rlchrr nd < ollega
Isw school, designed to bring to Rich?
mond s number of prominent men In?
terested In the law and engaged la Ita
administration or practice
Sheer's Hearlag < ?
T. 3. Itaaw. of lT? Houth Linden
Street appeared In Police Coon
terdav morning to answer
charging him with permittir
year-old eon. Bernard, t"
on the trs -ks of
roes, hut fits hearing we*
Sfl until Februaty Jo Before
In? the as* Mietlre
a friendly talk with
?eased upon bis? the neoeeelfr
trig the child ?T *
ng his See
a ?. i r.n
Hi Rlletfjajl H#*t?e?
Charles F Buttaa. of Walker a Ford.
Appometto* Coaatr. la In Richmond,
the guest of bis brother Insurance
IN COUNTY JAIL
Henrico Police Confident They
Have Burglars Who Robbed
Kelly Home Under Arrest.
Suspected of being- one of the two
I burglms who, early Friday morning,
I entered and robbed the home of W. 11.
. Kelly, on Hermitage Koad, near the
I Pair ''round*. bhclton Turner, colored.
' twenty years old, was arrested yester?
day by Officers W. li. Walton and A.
j W Campbell, of Henrico County. He
? was taken to the County Jail, where
he was confronted by Wythe. the four?
teen-year-old son of Mr Kelly The
boy. however, was unable to make a
The county authorities are confident
that they have landed at least -me of
the guilty parties, 'irover Jones, the
negro arrested Friday, after being !
trailed by state Farm bloodhounds,
has been identified by young Kelly. '
i The suspect was placed in a room with j
i four ethers, and was picked out by '
Kelly without a moment's hesitation.
Both men have made several state?
ments regarding thfeir ?hereabouts at
the time the crime was committed.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly were both ill yes?
terday from the effects of the fright.
It was thought for a while that a drug
had been administered to keep them
froui waking while their room was
being searched by the robbers. This 1
Is scouted by the county police, who
point to the fact that a large sum of !
> money, under Mr Kelly's pillow, was
jnot touched. If he had been drugged.
' that w..uld have been one of the first
i places searched for booty In addi?
tion to overlooking the money, the
men aiso failed to find a quantity of
Jewelry belonging to Mrs. Kell;. and
her daughter. The trinkets were kept
|a a drawer la the first room which
Wythe, whose plucky escape and run j
I for aid probably frightened off the
: men. was yesterday the recipient of |
; many congratulations. He was not
affected by his experience, and is gtv- .
Ing the officers all assistance in his
' power. He will be the chief witness
against the alleged burglars at the
preliminary hearing, which will prob
, ably be held Tuesday morning.
GLASS BLOWERS DINE
First Aauual Banquet of I.m al I uloa
L Held at Kraarloae's lietrl.
About sixty men gathered around the
banquet board in Francione's Hotel
last night for the first annual dinner
of Branch No. 11 of the iilass Mottle
' Blowers' Association. The members i
of the local union had as their guest
and chief speaker of the evening Wil
( Ham Launer. the national secretary of
the Glass Blowers' Union. Iu his ad
i dress, at the conclusion of the dinner,
' the national secretary gave a glowing
outline of trade conditions, saying tiiat
a mere handful of the union is out of
work at present, and the prospects are
that increased business will soon fur- ,
nish employment for all.
It was determined that the Rich
i mond members of the union, who will
represent Branch No. 21 at the annual
national convention in Marion. Ind.. in j
, August, are to make a fight to bring '
j the 1314 convention here. The Cham- ;
I ber of Commerce will be asked to co- ,
I operate in securing the convention for
I Richmond. The local branch has about j
Iseventy members, and the national
membership runs somewhere in the
neighborhood of U,<sM
LAMP CAUSES FIRE
Thrown bT Woman in Bough House and Ose
I A ?erir.ua fire wa- averie.i by Quick wnrk
? on the part of Kngir.e '-oir.p^ny No. 12 last
I night ?hortly before 12 o'clock when more
than flfteen negroes started a rough-houae
} at 111 Kut Sixteenth Street. South Rich
i raond. and ?hieb ended when a woman
I threw a lighted lamp at her father, but
whl. h struck her mother, and when It broke
at tb? latter a feet sent up a st-.eet of (lame
which enveloped her An alarm waa turned
I tn from a box at Fifteenth and Hull Streets.
and hurry calls sent for the police and City
When oglcers arrivej on the scene most
of the disorderly negroes had
but three. Toung Richmond h!? daughter. :
; Lora Colemao. who threw the lamp, and :
' Mary Homell w-re arres'ed Charges of dls- 1
orderly conduct ware made against them. !
with th? exception Of the ?otnan who threw
? tbe lamp, who was charged with felonious
The burned woman waa rendered emer?
gency treatment by Dr. O. C. Page, ambu?
lance, surgeon, and removed to the h"?pltal
' tn a critical condition.
i The Are was pu: out after doing slight :
1 damage to the bouse
Petition in Bankruptcy.
1 A petition in voluntary bankruptcy
was filed yest?rdav in the United States
, District Court by John T>. Beach, a
fireman, of this city, naming llabill- 1
ties in the amount of $470 93. The as
: sets are glv-rn as $75. The list of credl
' tors includes the names of several
I Richmond loan companies
< ..and I Committee Meetings.
The following committees of the City
: Council are scheduled to meet during
I Monday?Streets, at I o'clock; Fl
i nance, at 8 o'clock; subcommittee on
1 streeta at S o'clock.
Tuesdav ?Hoard of Aldermen, at 8
j o'clock, subcommittee on claims, at
I 5 o'clock.
Wednesdav?Board of Public Inter
f eats, at * o - !<->, k
I Thursday?Dock, at * o'clock.
I Put in Order
lou Can tit Might Down aad Kat Suj
thlng Served it Vaa ?ret Ae*ualated
with Mnart'a Dyaaoaela Tablets.
With a moat pathetic nigh the dys?
peptic Hits down and 'Views with
alarm" his hungry companions Now,
the best doctrine for most people to
hand out to suffering stomachs Is to
i-ouple a square meal a ith Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. To sit down to a
good meal and eat whatever Is served
Is getting back to the good old days
when grand-dad carved the roast; when
the family made a clean-up; and whan
good uppetitea with sound digestion
produced the men and women that have
made our nation what It Is.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the
dyspeptic's hope They are a natural
restorative of healthy action to the
stomach and small Intestines, because
they supply th i elements that the weak
stomach lack??pepsin, golden seal und
If you are afflicted with any symp?
toms of stomach trouble, be assured
that your digestive organs are losing
. power.?tbey need help and there Is no
more sensible help to be given them
than to supply elements which will do
the work of digestion for them.
Stuart*a Dyspepsia Tableta have been
found by test to have digestive powers,
one grain of the active principle of
these tablets being- sufficient to digest
S.'iOO grains of ordinary food. It Is
plain that no matter what the condi?
tion of your stomach, or how far your
disease has progressed, one of Stuart's
D>spepsla Tablets taken at meal-time
will do the work?give your aaQSJlSjftk
an opportunity to regain Its lost pow?
ers, the muscles will be strengthened,
the glands Invigorated, and you will
be a new man.
All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at 51 cents a box.?Advertise?
AFTER INA ON
Warrant Calls for His Arrest at
Expiration of Thirty-Five
When Sldna Allen gets through
serving the thlrty-flve-year sentence
Imposed upon him for complicity In
the Hillsville shooting of March H,
he will face a warrant for his arrest,
charging him with perjury. The war?
rant has been placed in the hands of
United States Marshal Clarence H.
Smlthers for execution, and will be
served upon Superintendent J. R. Wood,
of the State Penitentiary, who will
acknowledge its receipt and service
for the prisoner.
Tho action is the aftermath of the
arrest of Sldna Allen and Wesley Ed?
wards In lies Molnes by Baldwin de?
tectives. Sidna Allen, shortly before
the Hillsville affair, was indicted in
th? United States District Court at
Greensboro; N. C, on the charge of
perjury, and was bonded for his ap?
pearance at the succeeding term of
court. He failed to appear, and a
capias was issued for his arrest. The
i government offered a reward of *J&00
for his capture.
Detectives who effected the capture
of Sidna Allen in Des Molnes, It is
understood, applied to the Federal au?
thorities for the fSSS reward, and were
notified that tho money could be paid
only upon certification of Sldna Allen's
arrest, or upon tho acknowledgment
of Penitentiary Superintendent J. B.
Wood that a warrant for Siina Allen s
arrest had been server* upon him and
The execution of the warrant placed
in the hands of Marshal Smithers, in
Norfolk, yesterday, is expected short?
ly, and will be followed by the pay?
ment of the government reward.
Prison officials figure that, allowing for
deductions on account of good be?
havior. Sldna Allen will be a fre? man
again In March, 194i, when the war?
rant just issued will become at once
Mr. Mm on Goes West.
Nathan Simon will leave here to?
day for Cleveland. < ?.. to attend the
annual convention of the Merchant
Tiiilors' National Association, which
opens at the Hotel Stallcr on Thurs?
day. Mr. Simon, who is the only local
member of the association, long served
on the executive committee, and had
taken an active part in its delibera?
tions. After the convention closes Mr.
Simon will take a short trip through
Tao Charge* of larceny.
William A RoMnson. a negro . hauffecr.
was arrested yesterday by Detective-Ser?
geant* Wiley and Kellatn on mo charges
of petit larceny. He la alleged to have
?toieti I? from lx>ule Romlck and $3 from
Laurence A. Martin.
Bobbed of Haodbag.
Mrs Charle? W liarwood. of ?2 North
I-en-.bardy Street, yesterday reported to the
police that she <u robbed of a handbag,
containing about fi In currency, while mak?
ing a purchase In Jfct'rorey ? Five and Ten
Cent Store. 471 Earn Broad Street.
= is quickly ended by breathing I
The quickest and surest way to end Catarrh,
Coughs and Colds is to breathe deep into the
lungs the'soothing, healing, germ destroying
air of Hyomei
Ii destroys germs, sooths the inflamed mere brine;
heals the sore soots and causes mucus to disappear.
Hyotnei is uude of Australian Eucalyptus and l.tstervan
antiseptics, and is free from Cocaine or any injurious drug,
A cMrpkrt? Kroasri outfit with staple sssssassssss (or oat at any
phatoaadet lor UM. Staate bottles ol Hyena*. M required later, ate
but M cents. No ssaaaaob dostoe ; fast fc-eitb* It. Trial fmlain
trea trees teems Hyessas Co.. Buffalo, N V
It it with pi re* 11 r? that we learn that !Uf rimnnrl has beam anene rime
Free of Typhoid
Wa feat that some measure of credit for this la due the Plum barn
- -and ?a are pleaaad to ear that we furnished tham a large part
?f the Baaitary Material.
McGraw-Yarbrough Co., Inc.
Marl, or Mna. POP. 122 Hoath Kiajhth Stres*
TEN DEATHS FROM
MEASLES IN CITY
More Cases Already Reported at
Health Office Than in Whole
Epidemic of 1910.
With two deaths on Friday and on*
fatality yesterday. the opldcn:!-; ot
measles w hich la sweeping U.chmotid
unchecked, claims a total of ten v.c
tims. Of the two deaths on Friday,
m* was that of a oolored Infant and
the other a white infant, both un
InanteaiS from measles. While
jbroncho-pr.< iinionia waa assigned on
'the cert! te of the death lecorded
yesterda>. the Health Department dis?
covered anafajaj. in the house and at?
tributed It to that cause
I The epidemic lias now been raging
i for morn than three months, >et 122
freeh caaea wergt reported to the
Health Department yesterday, making
one of the heaviest days since the ap?
pearance of tho disease In Mol ember.
In spite of the Innumerable precau?
tions tak-n by the health officer* and
the stubborn flght they are waging
?a prevent the spread, the ep.dvinio is
steadily gaining headway.
The new cases bring the total num?
ber since November to 3.581, exceed
ing the record in 1W0T and 1910. The
epidemic of lSl't claimed I Ml patients
Or. E. C Larry, Chief Health* ofhoer. is
at a loss to know whether there are
[actually more cases this year than la
1S10, or whether the public hus been
educated to the necessity of reporting
every case that makes Its appearance.
It is a fact, however, that f.ir Hi
notify the department every day of
[UM presence of measles jn the nous -
without watting for physi :ians to
I make formal reports.
While the Health Department has
not suco*eded In reducing the number
of cases, great stride* in the reduc?
tion of mortality from meaaies have
been made In the present outbreak
Although there were fewer cases re
P":te,| in 1910 than this year, -.he epi?
demic of three years ago claimed a
total of thirty-nine Victims against
ten deaths this winter.
Because of the fact that measles be?
come contagious before the patients
. notlco an eruption, 1? Is practically
impossible to prevent the soread of
the disease In the schools.
The Health Department urges that
every ease of measles be reported, and
that tho services of a physician be ob?
tained Immediately upon the Jiscovery
' of the disease
EATS BUGS ALIVE
Bookkeeper Lapsley Consumes
Them by Billion?His Body
This is a bug story.
| During the past week the State
, Dairy- ar.d Food Department has been
conducting a m'lk and cream contest,
j the competition being extended to the
. dairkj of the State. I'nder the direc?
tion of Deputy Commissioner Peyton
' Rowe, many samples were received and
I examined, and tests made by State
Bacteriologist Meada Ferguson.
By way of taking interest in the
proceedings, x. A. Dapsley. bookkeep-r
for the department, vrs'ted the aaaas
, of action. When the examination was
all over and the sampl ? no longer
of use, ho expre: sed a desire to drink,
somo of the tempting milk presented
in the hope cf award. There was noth?
ing else to do with It. and h<i con?
sumed a quart of what appeared the
best looking milk In the lot.
Dr. Ferguson made his report yes?
terday as to what he found in the tiny
samples submitted to him. There, is
more or less bacteria in all milk and
cream, and one of the points In scor?
ing i? based on the 'scarcity of Its
With casual eye. Bookkeeper Daps
ley glanced over the figures. Never
i before had he heard of so man>' bugs
Interested at once, ho sought the name
of the dairy whose milk he drank.
To his horror, he found it had con?
tained SO.OOH) bacteria to the teaspoon
Ths rest of the day was spent <n
making calculations. lAto last night
Mr. Dapsley, from h's sick bed, an
I nounced that to the best of his know
. ledge and belief, ho ate tS^nn.onrt.Ti".
j bugs. r:arh, fc" feels, I* busy in hi*
FOUND MULES IN
Agent Taylor Gets Warrant for
Arrest of Owner?Worst He
Has Ever Seen.
Kramet Taylor, agent for the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani?
mals, swore out a warrant yesterday
for the arrest of Irvine Brown, a con
! tractor, charging him with working
I three mules when they were unlit for
i hauling. Mr. Taylor said last night
thai the case was the worst that had
; ever been brought to his attention in
< the twenty-six years he has been Iden?
tified with the association.
According to bis statement to the
* police, one mule had a raw place, eight
j b> ten inchea on the right shoulder,
with a piece of loose gktn. seven Inches
long and five Incbea wide, hanging
down from the place where it had been
torn away The left shoulder was al?
leged to be eq tally as bad Two oth?
er mules, the agent charged, were In
the same condition. ?Ith raw and
bleeding spots on their hlad legs and
The arrest waa made by Policemen
Krouse and Oalbralth
'I have never aeon mulea In worse
condition. ' said Mr. Taylor "In some
places the wounds a ere bleeding, and
the animals suffered terrible agony as
they endeavored ?o pall wagons un?
der the lath when the collara literally
tore nee? wounda In those already open
I aha!, present the evidence to Justice
Cratch field on Monday, and It will r.-m
rlnce Mm that w* are not dealing tbla
time with an ordinary oaea. Brown la
a white man. now e-.gaged m hauling
material awa- from the armory. al>'h
la being erected bv the city of Rieh
f>?e*r Urya-' ? gr.ieee tears old ?
in the charge of
- wit daughter of
Weinstein, has been adjoaaed toon
TWO DAYS MORE
And then our Third-OT Sale on our finest Suits and Over?
coats will be at an end. Monday and Tuesday 33 Per Cent
Discount on our finest garments.
LOST COUPON BOND
IS NOl REPLACED
Frenchman Cannot Recover From
j No authority exists for repl.t ur.tf a
'coupon bond or any p?:t thereof that
' becomes lost or any part thero that
i Auditor Roseweil Page. In dealing
with a case presented by a citizen cf
Paris. Krance. who owns one of the
obligations of the Commonwealth of
1 Virginia The Frenchman wrote re?
garding a semi-untnial Interest coupon
from i bond he possesses, 'vhicli he has
Mis claim appears to he entirely Just.
The coupon bonds are numbered, und
i *<? are the interest certificates at
tiohe.l ate claim has be,?n made for
t: ? interest on the bond of the number
owned by the Parisian, due January 1
of this year, but there seems no rem?
edy iu law for the situation.
Mr. Page has replied to the effect
that the loser might set up his claim
in the courts and th?n file an Indemni
' tying bund to secure the Common
! wealth. Rut. as the amount in this
; instance Is only IT .'O, It would cost a
j good deal more than the amount to be
, regained to set up the debt.
There have been one or two in?
stances where bonds of this class of
obligation have been burned. The
i owner simply lost the money.
I Herein lies the argument for regis
; tered bonds. If they are lost or de
' stroyed, the law provides ample rem
i edy. The loss is advertised, so that
: the public is on notice, then a bond
is tiled to Indemnify the State, and a
new obligation is issued to take the
place of the old. Registration at once
identifies each bond and locates the
FRIENDS PLAN TO
HELP BUND MAN
Will Give Concert to Raise
Money Needed for Deli?
A young man has lost his eye
' sight. Local physicians hold out no
1 hope, but a famous surgeon In New
York says that he can restore his
: vision. The operation is at once deli
j cate and expensive. The young man is
j poor ar.d has no money to pay the fam
'? ous surgeon. His friends will there
I fore hold a musical entertainment to
raise the money to pay for the opera- i
The foregoing is not a moving pic- j
ture scenario awaiting the reel-wind
, er's touch to give it life. It is the
true story of John W. Tyler, of this '
] city. who. as the. result of an Internal
. hemorrhage In the eye about four
j years ago, completely lost his vision.
'? Treatment by Richmond eye specialists
I failed to bring relief.
On January 21. Mr. Tyler was taken
j to New York, where Dr. Charles H
I Mays, said to be one of the most re?
nowned specialists of the metropolis,
traced the trouble to a "colored ring."
which has formed in the eye as a re- ;
suit of the hemorrhage. My cutting
away this ring, the surgeon said, Mr.
Tyler's eyesight can be made almost
I as good as new. The operation, he
| said, w ill require a hospital residence
I of two or tl.ree weeks.
Friends of Mr. Tyler will on the
levelling of Monday, February IT. give
a musl'-al entertainment at the City
Auditorium. In the hope of raising
[ enough money to pay for the trip to
, New York and the operation. There
j will be vocal ar.d instrumental num
: hers and an Interesting program is
I promised. Henry W. Raker has the
, entertainment in charge, and will be
assisted, among others, by Misses Ada
Kuyk, Amorelle Allen and Florence 1
Damsey, Mrs. W F Monell. Haddon iL |
tVatkins and the Philharmonic t'rehes- >
Mr. Tyler is the son of the lato Syl?
van us E. Tyler, who was for nineteen
: years an employe of tho City Water
I I>eimrtnir-.it He is a member of
the Junior Order Cnited American Me
! chanics and the Daughters of Liberty.
The direct cause of
German specialist* have discovers i
a remedy kaoso as Kheumanlegen
1 that will absorb uric arid and remove
this Impurity from the system.
It purifies the blood and clears the
' skin. This rom??dy la now for aale
In Virginia, and ha- already given
'relief and permanently eared many
por.ple that hare Buffered for years
: with three troublea. This wonderful
remedy Is not ha-d on the stomach
and is perfectly nafe for oid or young
to take. The price of Rhenmafilegen
la 79d a bottle, bat the manufacturers
have agreed to eend the first bottle
for 2 Sc to every one sen ding thta add
to Uta tgoata at once with 2S<- la
McCorkle Drug Co.,
Bales Agent for Virata la.
LYNCH BURG VA.
TO REAR OR. KENT
Other Speakers to Address
American Institute of Bank?
ing on Tuesday Night.
j On Tuesday night the Kichmond
Chapter of the American Institute of
Backing will hold Its regular monthly
. meeting in the Flemish room of the
I Jefferson Hotel
Much Intereat Is attached to thla
meeting, owing to the fact that Dr.
Charles \V. Kent, of the University of
Virginia, will deliver sn address on the
! "Canadian Hanking System." Dr. Kent
j I? a careful student of economic ques?
tions of the da'.-, and judging from the
information received by the local ehap
tera. his address will tie largelx Copied
in banking and general financial pub?
W Ross Southward will repeat the
address recently delivered by- him be?
fore the students of the John Marshall
; High School in reference to the opera?
tions of the parcel post, as viewed
mainly from a local standpoint.
Oeorg? Bryan, attorney for the Vir?
ginia Bankers' Association, will de?
liver the third of ;i series of tecturea
on the "Negotiable Instruments Lao."
The Richmond chapter occupies the
position of some prominence in the in?
stitute at the present time, owing to
the fact that the national convention
will be held in this city next Septem?
ber, and It Is using every effort to ex?
tend hospltaiitv to the visiting dele?
gates in such manner as will reflect
? credit upon itself and do justice to the
traditional hospitality of th-j city and
. - - J
The Master Cure for
Has banished more OBSTINATE and appar?
ently hopeless canes of Rheumatism and Gout
than all the specialists topeth-r.
Equally good for the bedfast, those on
crutches, and those tormented at work.
Dr. J.V. Macrae called it "OOD'S MRDITI VF."
It stood every test since 1MI. Accept nnsuhstt
tutc. Insist on M?ller s Famous Prescription.
At Druggist*. 75c. Bottle. Booklet maileti free.
Wfd. H. MULLER.352 Atlantic Ave.. Brooklyn,". Y.
All trwvel arrangements over one
counter. Railroad. Steamship and
Pullman Tickets Baggage checked.
Taxicab, Travelers' Checks. Passenger
' and Baggage Insurance. i
Richmond Transfer Company
Htm K. Main Street.
Jefferson. Murphy's. Itichmnne Motels.
"Time and Trouble Savera."
Nearly FIFTY YKAUS la Business.
Get the tried and true kind?
G. M. Co.'s "Pearl"
It is the best at the price.
Gordon Metal Co.,
Yqu Can Twist a Collar
Like a Shaving and
It Wont Scale
For the Royal Iaundrv "Kureka" process
gives a flcjubility and finish that no other
process can gi\c
The Royal Laundry
M. B. Hor-h.-im. Proprietor,
Pbone Monroe l?5S or 1*5*,
311 V Seventh Street.
( ORRt GATED BOXES.
r AKnriOVS. Ktz.
?|--*ie N. Seventeenth St.
Jtorka. Of tics.
We Will Move
AROCT rr.RPCART t
teeget goareers and new "eeatioa,
80S E. Main Street
SMITH & WEBSTER,
?12 tut M?a S??