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Will Re put Into Operation in Mod ified Form on May 15. HANK STATEMENT IK IHSIED Total Resources of Richmond Fed eral Reserve Rank Are Placed at Si5,430,350.01?Statement for All Hanks in System. Announcement was made yesterday by Governor Seay, of the Richmond Reserve Brink, of (ho collecting and tearing plan which has Just been sub mitted to, tho member hanks of this district. Tho plan provides for Intradlstrlct ? .llecttng only but after it has been fully developed an intradlstrlct plan will be put Into effect. According to tho notification which h-<s been sent to all tho member'banks in this district a bank in order to avail ?'self of the privileges of tho plan must pass certain resolutions a draft of which Is suggested by Governor Seay. The resolutions must bo passed by the board of directors and should be for warded to the Richmond Reserve Dank ??tot later than May 15. No bank can withdraw from the sys 'em without giving thirty days' notice, ?nd alt banks in the clearing system ?roposed will be required to keep on ?leposit with tin* regional bank hero ? fund sufllclently large to meet tho S'-tns which will, under the collections ?nd clearing plan, be charged against The amount cf such sum, Governor ??ay says, will have to bo determined 'V perience. It will lie necssary for ??itch member bank taking advantage the plan to keep such a fund on <i*posit so that Its regular reserve bal ance may not bo in any way impaired. The plan guarantees that no ex '?ltRiine charjses will be assessed or Paid by tho reserve bank, but the bank reserves tho right to charge a nominal 'Co later if It be found necessary. Mem ber banks will not ln? required to Join the system, but since collections and clearings within tho district will be more cheaply and expeditiously made under the plan proposed. It is expected thnt many of the member banks will avail themselves of tho prlvllc-go of fered. HF, \ V ISSUES STATEMBST OK RESERVE HANK'S CONDITION , With over SI,*40.000 !n reserve notes in circulation and with loans and re discounts amounting to $6,946,445.48 outstanding, tho total resources of the Richmond Reserve Hank are put at II5,430,85?.CI In the weekly statement issued by Governor George Seay yes terday. Rediscounts for the week amounted to $7 21,185.57. 'lota! rediscounts since the bank opened amount to $3 4,761,000. Tho weekly statement In detail follows: IlPMOtirr**. Gold coin and certifi cates $ S,529,717 50 Legal tender notes, sil ver certificates and sub sidiary coin 26,209 SO Total cash ......$ 8,53S,927 8"> Rills discounted and loans $ 6.846,445 45 Investments .... 1,000 00 All other resources 23.9S6 83 Total resources. ...... $15,430,359 CI I,Labilities. Reserve deposit- $ 7.830,839 94 Due to other Federal re serve banks 501,123 19 federal reserve notes In circulation 4,840,085 03 Capital paid in 2,219,266 63 ,\!1 other liabilities 39,044 85 Total liabilities $15,480,259 81 Gold reserve against all liabilities 65 por cent <'ash reserve against all liabilities after setting aside 40 per cent gold r'-servc- for Federal re serve notes In circula tion SO per cent Total amount of bills discounted for one week ending April 16. 1915 $ 72'..185 67 i OX SO I.I D A TICD STATEMENT ISSUED FOlt RESERVE RANKS Discounts and loans maturing within ihirty days in the hands of the Federal reserve banks increased.during the past week about $2,000,000, according to the statement of the banks' condition Fri day, Issued yesterday by the Federal Reserve Board in Washington It .-?hows: Resources: Gold coin and certificates, $237,206, $ J 3, $1 4, Legal tender notes, silver certificates rind subsidiary coin. $29,360,000. Total. $266,566,000. Hills discounted and loans: Maturities within thirty days. <68,000. Maturities v.-lthin sixty days, 224,f'00. Other. $7.#23.000. Total, $35,915,000. Investments, $23,303,000 r?i e from other Federal reserve hanks: items in transit, $5,315,000. All other resources, $10,0s0.003. Total resources, $341.179,000. inabilities: f npital paid In, *36,207,000. i.'eseive deposits, $294,154,000 Tederal reserve notes In circulation ii. r liability>, $10,7C7.D00. Ml other liabilities, $51,000. Total liabilities. $341,179,000. i.Jold reserve against net liabilities, 7f?." per cent. Cash reserve against net liabilities, per cent. Cash reserve against liabilities after setting asido 40 per cent gold reserve against net amount of Federal reserve notes In circulation, 90.8 per cent. HURT IN CAR CRASH tlr*. Robert Carroll and L, A. Hitchcock Snntaln Meht Injurle*. Mrs. Robert Carroll, of 614 Lamb Avenue, Barton Holghts, and L. A. Hitchcock, who lives on the Nine-Mile Itoad, were slightly' Injured yesterday norning at 9:50 o'clock, when two cars :olllcled at the corner of Seventh and Main Streots. It seems that a. Forest 11111 car going ;outh had Juat turned Into Seventh Street, leaving tho switch open behind t. when a westbound car went Into he open switch, turned south and :rashcd into the other car waiting to rake on paaaengers. The crew of the vestbound car were J. C. Thomas, notorman, and R. H. Sibley, conductor, jrid on tho other car, E. Covington, notorman, and W. B. Fauntleroy, con luctor. / Both cars wer? badly damaged by he force of the collision. Mr. Hltch :ock suffered a sprained hand and Urn. Carroll fainted. They were at ended by Drs. Pitt and Gorman, who vere passing at the time, and each as taken home. SECURITY ervicE AVINCS = "it Prove ii itself"? American NaHof\a1Bai\k CA"lTAl 0KF Mil (OH ?? RICHM0NCW K. \V. Miller Awarded First Prize in Intercollegiate Com petition. "PROHIBITION," T1IK SUBJECT J. S. Gre.shain, of Randolph-Macon, Wins Second, and A. R. Coffman, of IlrldKCWQter College, Is Award ed Third Prize. E. W. Miller, a student of Richmond College, was tho winner of the llrst | prlzo of #25 In gold In the State orators' content of the Intercollegiate Prohlbl- j i tlon Association held last night at tho First Baptist Church. This prize was j | offered by the Woman's Christian Tern- 1 I peranco Union, and was awarded by j ; Mrs. Howard If. Hog*, tho State presl- j I dent. The second and third prizes, #!5 and ! #10, offered by tho Woman's Prohlbl- i tlon League of America, went, rcspec- | I tlvely, to J. S. Oresham, of Randolph- ; i Macon, whose subject was "Constitu- ' I tlonal Amendment, the Next Step," and | A. it. Coffman, of Brldgewater College, j who spoke on "Our National Example." "The Irrepressible Conflict" was well delivered by <'. O. Ritchie, of Roanoke College. I Mr. Miller's subject was "National Prohibition." By virtue of winning I first prlz? Ia3t night he will repre f sent Virginia In the interstate contest | to be held In Nashville in May. National prohibition was the burden of tho argument of each of the four speakers, and they predicted that In the near future the Federal Constltu | tion would be so amended as to allow ? a nation-wide election. Three-fourths j of the area of the L'nlted States was s already In the dry column, they said, I and tho other fourth would speedily ! follow. Officers of the association for the en ? suing year will bo Dr. Randall, of Roa i noko Colloge, president; N. A. Soese, 'of Brldgewater College, vice-president; , A. S. Phlegar, of Emory and Henry | College, secretary; W. D. Griffith, of ! Randolph-Macon College, treasurer, and ; Mr. Clark, of Richmond College, re ! porter. ORPHANS' TAG DAY | Children's ITome Society Will Appeal to Public on Tuesday. Though carrying on Its present work i for fourteen years, tho Children's Home Society will make Its first gen jeral public appeal on Tuesday, which has been designated as Badge or Tag Pay for the society. Offerings, how ! ever small, will be appreciated. During the llfo of the society it has j taken under its charge 1,600 unfortu 1 nate children, and has In foster homes j under Its supervision 750 at the pres- i ent time. There are over forty in the j receiving home at 2805 East Franklin, ; besides others, numbering about 150, to ' whom temporary aid Is extended each year. The society carrlos an original i indebtedness of #3.900, and funds with which to pay current expenses have fallen short #2,000. The. institution Is doing a purely j j charitable work In behalf of needy, des tltud<* children, und the public Is ex pected to contribute freely. : WOODLAND HEIGHTS W. C. T. U.1 Trmpcraace Follt Hold Well-Attended Meeting at Home of Dr. Wilson. An Interesting meeting of the Wood land Heights Woman's Christian Tem perance Union was held on Friday j I evening before a large attendance in I l the liomtj of Dr. and Mrs. IX G. Wil ; son. ! The following was the program, in ] ; charge of Mrs. T. W. Duke; Instru- , | mental music by the Ducy Company, of ) Richmond; prayer by Rev. F. W. Dong, pastor of Cowardln Avenue Christian [Church; duet by the Misses Kahls, of Woodland Heights; recitation by Miss Isabel Morressette, of North Richmond; Instrumental music by the Ducy Com pany; an address by Rev. F. W. Dong; , solo. "Who'll Buy My Flowers," Miss Isabel Morressette; duet by the Misses : Kahls; talk by Dr. D. G. Wilson; vocal ' duet by the Misses Ducy, of Richmond; I recitation by Miss Isabel Morressette; I short talk by Mr. Bickers, of Richmond. The contest, In charge of the presi dent. Mrs. D. O. Wilson, was much en joyed. Tho first prize was awarded to Miss Marian Kahl, and the second to ' Miss Irene Baber, of South Richmond. SAMIS GROTTO BENEFIT Will Give Performance at B1)oa to Aid Drill Team. A benefit performance will be given 1 Thursday night at the Grayce Scott Bijou Theater by the Samls Grotto Drill j Team, Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets. The regular performance of the Grayce Scott Company will be given, and the Veiled Prophets will put on some extra features of their own. The performance Is given by the I drill team to help defray their expenses I to Buffalo, N. Y.. where the next annual I convention Is to be held. The Prophets i meet In Buffalo, commencing June 7 ; and lasting three days. The local team ! will compete in honors for a cup that j is awarded to the best team every i year. ; The Mystic Order of Veiled Prophets j met In Richmond last summer In annual j convention, and they will be long re ! rnembered for their excellent showing WATSON, SECRETARY DF REGISTRATION CAMPAIGN Klectwl by Kxecutive Committee j Permanent Ofllcer of As- ? soeiutlon. WIMj OPEN HEAUQLAKTKKH Office Will Be in Building West of First National Bank?Committee Calls Meeting of Membership at Jefferson Thursday Night. At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the newly-organized Klch- ? mond Registration Association. held 1 yesterday afternoon at the homo of T. I M. Harrington. president of the organ!- ! zatlon, It was decided to call a meeting of tho membership to be held at the Jefferson Hotel Thursday night. The meeting will bo held in the hotel audi torium at 8:15 o'clock. The executive committee, which was appointed by President Carrington on Friday, under a resolution adopted at the organization meeting Thursday night. Is composed, besides Mr. Car rington, who Is a member ex-ol!lclo, of John C. K.isley. W. M. Addison, Fairfax ('. Jones, 1. J. Marcuse and Granville G. Valentine. nuA Y WATSO.V -KLECTKI) AS 1'KK.MAXENT SKCKIOTAItV ; At its meeting yesterday the execu-' tive committee elected Gray Watson as j permanent secretary of the Richmond | Registration Association. Mr. Watson will open headquarters In the vacant storeroom immediately west of the First National Rank, and will employ an ofTlce force to assist him. Ho will be a paid ofllcer and will devote all of his time during tho period of tho campaign to tho work. It Is planned to make the meeting at the Jefferson Hotel Thursday night a get-together affair with speeches by , representative citizens. Workers In Im- '? mediate charge of tho campaign for in creasing the sizo of the electorate which opens Tuesday, will submit reports on tho progress of tho movement. For the purpose of stimulating South sldo interest In the campaign for more i voters, the Swansboro Civic ABSoela- i tion will hold a mass meotlng on Tues- ; 1 day night In the Franklin School. Au- I gustus Royall will preside and thero j will be speakers representing tho For est Hill, Swansboro and Oak Grove sec- ! tlons. MACHINERY COMING IN FOR SHRAPNEL MAKING I.oromntlrr Works Perfecting Arrange ments tor Mnnnfncture of Wnr Munitions. Machinery for the manufacture of shrapnel by the American Locomotive Works Is arriving and being installed, and work will be commenced within the next few days. At least 1,000'inen will be employed, and as orders amounting to $10,000,000 must be filled within the next four or Ave months, it Is expect ed that the number of employees will b? considerably augmented. The pay roll, it is said, will amount to about $4,000 per day. The order, which is said to come from the Rritlsh and French governments, is for 1,250,000 shrapnel shells, and 2,500, 000 metal cartridge cases, which are to j be delivered in large Installments as fast as they can be manufactured. It : is generally believed that this order i will be followed by others, particularly I from the Russian government, whoso armies have also suffered, it is said, j from a shortage of war munitions. Rus- ? ? la has established $20,000,000 credit in ? New York, and France has a credit of $50,000,000, which is soon to be aug mented. Great Britain has unlimited credit in Canadian banks. Scores of men yesterday applied at ' the Richmond branch of the Locomotive Works for employment, and their ap- j plications were placed on file. While thero will be a small army of experts ' employed, there will also bo need for | much unskilled labor, so that between i 1,200 and 2,000 men will be employed : here during the summer months. _________ 1 BOOSTS CHOCTAW LANDS tiovernmrnt Car Here Advertise* De sirable Fnrm Trncts In Oklahoma. As a means of interesting tho pub- ] lie In the Choctaw lands, which will soon bo ofTered for sale by the De- , partment of the Interior, a booster car, containing exhibits of fruits, grain and rich lands is now in the railroad's yards at the Main Street Station. J. T. Blount, of McAlester, Okla., is In charge of the car, and, while in Rich mond, will be open to public inspection from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. These Jande, embracing a tract of 50,000 acres in Oklahoma, are especial ly adapted to farming and stock rais ing. Colored Man Stabbed. James Shelton, colored, forty years old, of 609 South Cherry Street, was stabbed In tho abdomen last night, It is alleged, by Bill Jackson, colored, who escaped. Shelton walked to Grace Hospital after the afTray, and thero received attention. It was said that he was only slightly hurt. When Men With recognized business acumen name the reli able Old Dominion Trust Company as their Execu tor or Trustee, and we render them a service which they unhesitatingly say is of distinct value to them, THEN, READER?doesn't this indicate that our services would be of prime value to you? We invite you to consult as regarding your particular needs?we are always at your service. The Safest Executor 18 UNDOUBTEDLY THE RELIABLE Old Dominion Trust Co. The Strongest Trust Company in the South Atlantic States. Capital One Million Dollars. Snrplns One Million Dollars. Main Street at Ninth. Richmond, Va. R Henrico Court to Consider To-Mor row Kcst raining Order Against Trustee.s. / MISUSE OF FUNDS CHAHGKI) ? K. A. Smith and Other Petitioners , (Maim Hoard In Without Authority to Pay for Upkeep of Superintend ; dent's Auto. i The temporary Injunction granted i last July by Judge George S. Shackel- j ford, sitting In the Henrico Circuit | Court restraining the. Henrico County j School Board from paying rent on | rooms In the Chamber of Commerce | Building and paying for the upkeep of an automobllo for Superintendent j A. D. Wright, will como up In the j Honrlco Circuit Court to-ntorrow morn- ' Ing for a hearing on thi question of dissolving it or making It porniaru'iit. ! Judge Shackelford issued tlie In junction on the petition of It. A. Smith and oilier tax payers of Henrico Coun ty, who alleged that the school funds ! had Keen misused. The restraining J order was issued on July 24, and was i to stand until the October term of j court, unless sooner dissolved. When | ?ourt convened for the October term - the proceedings were again continued, j The injunction restrained tho County ' School Hoard and Superintendent j Wright from drawing, executing or issuing warrants on the county treas- \ urer to he charged against the school board, for the payment of rooms for She use of the superintendent and also for the upkeep of an automobile, which tho board had purchased for his use. ' SL'IIUOI. HO Aim MAY TAKR FIGHT FURTHER The petitioners claimed that the sup erintendent of schools should have con tinued to use the rooms in the Henrico County Court building that had been provided. The school board replied that there was not sulllclent space. It Is said that the school board intends to flght the case in tho higher courts. If the decision goes against It. * R. A. Smith, who Is now a. candi date for sheriff of Henrico County, has taken an active hand In the affairs of the county schools. It was on his com plaint that the night schools In the county were closed recently. It was stated by Superintendent Wright that the schools were closed after Smith had made a complaint to members of the Tucknhoe District School Hoard, who alleged that the board was acting without authority in spending public funds for the maintenance of these night schools. When the trustees referred the mat ter to Superintendent Wright for his opinion as to the legality of their ac tion, he reported that the board was without authority to maintain these schools, since they were chiefly for persons over twenty years of age. Tho specillc objection to the night Bchools was that they were educating people who had passed the legal school age. Complninn of Pickpocket. Miss Ida Landrum, of 320 East Graco Street, complained to the police yes terday thnt her pocket had been pick ed of $3. Miss Landrum, according to her account, was on a Barton Heights car, between Broad and Marshall Streets, when she was robbed. Department of Agriculture ?n<l Chesapeake and Ohio Ar range Big Tour. ITINERARY HEADY TUESDAY Educational Special Will Carry Farm ing and Dairy Exhibits, and Insti tutes Will He Held in Every Coun ty Traversed by Hail road. One of the most extensive educational tours yet planned under the joint ruh plcos of the State Department of Agri culture and a Virginia railroad Is pro jected to begin in the middle of spring. A special train has been tendered by President George W. Stevens, of tJie Chesapeako and Ohio, for a aeries of Farmers' Institutes, which will be con ducted In every county of the State traversed by lines of the Chesapeako and Ohio system. Commissioner of Ag riculture Georgo W. Kolncr and Direc tor of Farmers' Institutes John J. Owen have been busily engaged for some days mapping out the Itinerary and planning the details. The program and Itinerary will be an I nounced Tuesday. The train will carry ; fnrming and dairy exhibits. Lecturers j and demonstrators will accompany the ! exhibits and speeches will be delivered j at each stopping place. Local authori ties and the officers of the State Depart | ment of Agriculture are working to 1 gethcr, making arrangements for the meetings to be held at each point i long 1 the route. At least two meetings are. I to be held each day. In the smaller c.om 1 munltibs only one meeting will be hold, I the special moving the exhibits after tho morning meeting In one place to anothor point on the route for the after noon meeting. "VIRGINIA THE 1DEAI. HOME FOR THE PARMER" "Virginia is the Ideal home ior the farmer," said Commissioner Kolner. "The agricultural progress in this Stato during the past decade has been un precedented. Better farming can be seen on every hand. This ban been brought about by the diversification of crops, by ! tho ueo of modern, labor-BavIng ma | chlnery, by tho more careful Improve ment and cultivation of. the soil, by Im ? provement In breeding live stock, and growing more grass and forage crop;\ and by the large Increase of and bet ter care given to orchard lands. Exten sion of the great trucking fields of th? State is another cause. "One-fourth of our farmers now de I rive their principal income from live | stock. All these improvements have In i creased the value of crops in Virginia j enormously. Values have Increased J from 3129,000,000, produced in 1900 from j 4,000,000 acres, to 5236,000,000 produced j last year from less than the acreage of I 1900. Our farmers have learned to pro | duce $107,000,000 more crops on 750,000 acres less than they gave to farming ten years ago." The officers of the department expect I the largest attendance on record for the Farmers' Institutes to be h>;ld along the [ lines of the Chesapeake and Ohio. ! Charce Refanal to Obey Officers. "Doc" Kimball, colored, was arrest ed yesterday on a charge of being dis orderly and refusing to obey Traffic Officers Samuels and Bradley. Fifth and Broad MONDAY A Demonstration of Values In Guaranteed Luggage We are "introducing" our Trunk Department with this $8.60 Trunk?covered with heavy canvas, heavy steel finding, brassed hardware; A No. 1 quality straps, extra heavy slats; linen lined tray and also skirt tray. Choice of 30, 82 and 34-inch sizes at the special price of $5.00. This is a beauty! Vul canized fibre covered and fibre bound, 3-ply strength construction, heavy brass trimmings, heavy steel bind ing around the bottom edges; linen lined and two trays. Ordinarily this would sell for soveral dollars more. Monday, 34-inch size, $12.50 Monday, 3 6-inch size, $13.50 This deep, smooth Cow hide Suit Case will appeal to any one as worth far moro than thiB price. It is. Light yet strong, cloth lined, shirt fold, good hardware and lock, cowhide straps all round. RuBset or brown; Monday at $4.75. One peep into this bag will surprise you?rich watered silk lining, two side pockets, strongly made throughout of a beautiful grade of satin grain cowhide. 16-luch size Monday at $8 Special. Come Early to Get Just What You Want! luimwiiimi?mb? Holeproof Hose Are Guaranteed Against Holes Spring weights for Men, Women and Children are now ready for delivery. Gans-Rady Company COUNCIL SCHEDULE Ordinance Committee Will Tnrkle "Jlt nrj" Prolilriii Tliurnilnjr .Night. Tho Council Committee on Finance will meet Tuesday night at S o'clock, when the monthly docket will come up for consideration. The Committee on Public Ilulldlngs, Properties and Utili ties will also meet on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. On Thursday night at * o'clock will ho held a meeting of tho Committee on Ordinances. The Committee on Adver tising will meet at the same hour. The Committee on Ordinances Is to take up the matter of regulating Jitney buses. Judge Beverly T. Crump, of the Law and Equity Court, before whom in junction proceedings to restrain jitney bus trafflc except under franchise regu lation, wore brought last week by the Virginia Railway anil Power Company, will announce his decision to-morrow. COURT ACQUITS BURCH DUmiKwn Charge Annlnst .linn Held.for Alleged KurKfry of Hitud. Thomas L5. Bureh, charged with forg ing a real estate bond for SI.799.77, purporting to have been signed by the Greater Richmond Realty Company, was acquitted yesterday In Police Court. it was charged at the time that he passed tho bond on S. C. Gor don, and that the excess nmount by which it was raised was used In the purchase of an automobile. A charge against him of stealing $17 from Samuel Shockctt was also dismissed. DUFFANY ACQUITTED Syracuse Mnd Held Mot Guilty of A? ? mill11uk Hla Dnughtrr. William A. Duffany, of Syracuse, X. Y? was acquitted yesterdny morning: in Police Court, of the charge of assault ing his seventeen-year-old daughter, iithel. Duftany, it is said, came here to learn the whereabouts of a woman who had been employed as housekeeper by .1. | M. Gannett, at Highland Sprtngd. The girl, it is saltl. sought refuge at the Gannett home, and was assaulted there by her father. She was not seriously injured, and Acting Police Justice | Griggs held that there were extenuat J ing circumstances In the case, which ! led him to acquit Duffany. | In tho meantime the ,girl has been turned over to tho Juvonlle Detention Home, whe,ro she will be cored for until I other arrangements can bo made for her. (.treat interest in her case lias been taken by Detective Sergeant Wilt I shire and Bailey, who made the arres t. County Qnnrnntlne Modified. 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