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livrrnttvp Committee* of American
liar AsMH'inlinn to lloltl Si's
si<>ii at tin* .leiTcrson.
A TT< C \ KIl AI j i:\rKCTKD
ltaiif|uct Will lit- Tendered Visitor?
To-Morro\v Night at the West
moreland Club ?Arranging for
Convention ia Cleveland.
To arrange plans for the American
IJar \ss.?*;at:Mt convention to I"* held
tft Cleveland hi August, Hie executive
, .,{ ?< a ? ? conization begins
a three-day session here to-day in the
Jefferson Hotel; The first meeting will
1m '.il t!?.is aft'-r:n>"ii at ? o'clock.
Attorney-General Gregory Is expected
;?> meet" with the committee to-night
; i, a session to held after the mcm
are entertained at dinner in the
home of C loncl llugene C. MasMe.
Every member of the committee ex
, oj-t T. A. Hammond, of Atlanta, who
w.lU not come, has arrived. J hey are
T-'rvsident Walter tlcorye Smith. of Phil
adelphia. Secretary I'leorje Whitlock. of
llaltimore; Treasurer Frederick K
Wadhams.: of Albany, N. "i ; Senator
?eorge Sutherland. ' Salt Hake < ity;
Chief Justice Charlts M. Potter, of the
.Supreme Court of Wyoming: Charles
Thaddeus Terry, of Nov York; John
Lrcwcll, of Uoston: Charles ttlood
Smith. of Topeka. liar : A-hley Cock
rill. of I jit tie Hock, t'rcorsi! Pace. of
I'ecri*. 111.: l*lyc-e: S '".rant Cherry.
,f- Sioux Kalis, S. L>.: Hobert 1J. I<e?
-:'.ner .of Palla.-. Tex.. and former Se -
i-otary John liinkley. of Paltlmore. Wh6
'??d one of Pershing's regiments into1
Mc x ico.
To-morrow the committeemen will be
Oiown point? of interest in and around
Richmond by a party of nutoinobil.sts.
To-morrow night they will be ban
vjeted a; the Westmoreland C'lub,
?.here they and ail Virginia jurists in
ilichmond will he guests of the Kich
mond T5.il- Association. Wednesday
they will hold their !ir.ai business nuet
Yesterday several members of the
Committee attended the Sunday "Sine "
Justice Potter, introduced to the audi
nic by Mr. Mr.sr'.e. made a short
.-?peech expressive of the manner in
v. hicli t he mus ic hart affected the visi
tors. Most of the s">ngs \ver? patriotic.
.Justice Potter said that lie was deepiy
impressed by the enthusiasm of the
auditors and th<> spirit of the singers.
?Ie w.if convinced that patriotism was
deep-rooted in Virginians, and he
wanted his hearers to know that the
.tine spirit imbued the West. With such
: ??pirit pervading the whole land, he
-aid, America could not lost in the
i nr.
W cllarr Itnnril (onijiillnc Ilatn an fo
,lcnv I'roni ItU-hmoiid Nuu
In A nil j.
?r ? r pr pfrly to care for the
? ? ? i of the large number of men of
i .? Jewish faith called In the secot d
draft and v.h-> are ahi>ut to report at
various camps and cantonments,
?? e local or?ar.'./a-.tioti of the Jewish
Welfare Hoard has been perfecting
?'M-nuth (' the hranrh and preparing
>r work ??n a larger s<*a le.
However, the otllcers of the local
ish Welfare Hoard wish tt to he
ti.'id that their work in caring
i <?*.? i* ? i < nt? rtami* soldiers a:.d sail
<jis und marines is conducted strictly
on a noiiM-r'arian I .v.*- livery Satur
day night a datjee is given at the Jef
fei: "ri t'luli for tlie benefit of the sol
ili'-rs from ?'amp I,".-. .?: <| visiting sol
a 1 ? ,ii! ? and inarm*-1,
i a'!':' i t * * s w rk many of
th< Jewish families In the city have
iidertak n ? ? e-.-.*:r?ain and take care
?it :?????? ?-: i.r member of
i" am ? ?: ivy while they are spend
? g e u ? i ? s l: .mond.
The lo al braiich has received in
'' u ?? fro- . th" national organiza
>0' I.' that a p.ee'in^ ?.f th"
? * rf11; . -.vri iii th* r u.str. * be held
"?fo'e thi \ report f.,r ? amp. These
?;ic-e: !r- ure t . b* i n f insure the
tegisteri! ? I the;-*- n.* i :<*r the pu -
pose.s of . mpi^.^g^ a.'historical record
of t!.e par' i*. -t tj' .11-*a ish sobiiers
?roin this ? .'?. ii th* -ru^gle between
ty ?.:;?! i. . tin
' >ne. II.i ? - ? New York.
'*'J si.:.; i'i i ! the Jew
ii;h \\e.!f;?: . .* mated that,
?vcluding i -aft ?here nr?
A|)i>i v. xln :? ? ?.:!*?. ? rrv.
<??!.. er- . '
? ' w . : ' . I'a i ? i if It ? r.,|
?> ? ? -? V. M. .-'??hw.,r/.s. .. I.
' N. i-. '1. I. ?!. Mat'i*ii. <?. I. /,
^lorrls, A. I.. Strause, Milton J. stratise
??nd Nathan Slmon'i The odicera
a" ??re M: . .-a; ;?<..
' a' : Mr : M i ! r.
C -?}*?; !1 ?!
ill I icht li> llinf <.rrr>? tllgli
k;i' < oiiir III loll nil Tills
> II ? .
i' itrdnoni perioral a?r*nt
I.ifn Tn
' !\. ?>???:! choy r n -
r - of th
? ;i f.? r on
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- I1 < "on
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-,v: t ii
rep >rt ? . u? ?< -
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)u? < ' ?. ' < *
l>ai t:v .
I heir inv?-. ?
tit infection.
Krr.itii; \ rilrnt *? |, i r i?
) i< n r y . ?
froni liie !?'
? hiriM- ???
spirit* 1:
All' n nrl I" .. .. /? -i ? >i:i -
pinth of u
e !?<">, ? ?.< 1 .i ? u .' re l
Jf" KHVi > ;i: i ? j.; ? .u.'t.'i
j'olice C'-ur'
Machine Guns Will
Help Sell Bonds
Richmond Women's Committee
See arcs Command From Camp
Lee for Demonstration.
Arrangements were completed \?
tcrday by Mrs. Oeorge .t. S'eay, chair
man of the women's Liberty loan com*
mittee for tiie 1'jfth l.Msirsct. which lias
charge of the campaign in Richmond,
by which _ one machine-gun section
from Camp Leo will be sent to Rich
mond Wednesday afternoon for a
demonstration. This promises to be
one of the most interesting events of
the entire campaign in Richmond. and
the women's committee expects it to
materially help in thejr drive tor .sub
scriptions to the. third issue of Lib
erty bonds
Mrs. Seay has been in telegraphic
communication for several days with
Ma jor-CScneral Adelbert Cronkhite.
commander of Camp Loc. over the use
of a machine-itun command. The fol
lowing telegram was received yester
day afternoon by Mrs. Seay:
"Your telegram of l r?: li. Machine
pun section, strength one ofliccr and
tivcity-one men. will report at corner
of Eleventh and Rani; S'.rects Wednett
day, April IT. at 3 P. M.
(Signed) "CRONlCi! ITE."
Headquarters of tlie Richmond Lib
erty. loan committco arc located at
Eleventh and Rank Streets, and Wil
liam T. l">abney, executive manager,
will assume the management of the
demonstration. Tho complete program
lias not been worked out up yet. but
will be announ. ed to-morrow. The
drive by the women of Richmond, who
have already passed the million-dollar
mark, will continue without lot-up. Mrs.
Sony, who organised the forty-one wo
i:ion organizations of the city into one
i vast group for the campaign, way es
pecially pleased yesterday the re
sults so far obtained, and urged the
women to'continue their work.
The women's committee reported yes
terday that the largest sale on Satur
day was made at the booth conducted
by the Woman's Club, Mr?. W. M. ll.ib
liston. chairman, at .1. 11. Mosby & Co.'?
st >re. at wlii? h Liberty Louis we:c -old
? totaling $C7.f?C>0.
i nil 1* l.*?ucd for 'iOOO Phyalidnn*?Dr.
Wlgj;* Ask* Virginia to
I'urnlsh Her !<hurf.
| In addition to the urgent need for
men In the enlisted personnel In the
navy, tho Imperative and definite de
mand for doctors for the naval reserve
force was particularly emphasized at
the United States Navy Recruiting Sta
tion yesterday. Approximately 2,000
medical officers are needed and Vir
ginia physicians are again called upon
1 to furnish their quota.
lieutenant Leslie 13. Wiggs, medical
oliiccr at the recruiting station, when
questioned In regard to the Immediate
need for physicians in the naval reserve
force, said:
"It is true that we are very anxious
to obtain medical oflicers for the naval
reserve force, and although Virginia
has already sent a very large number
of physicians to the military and naval
branches, there is still a Rreat deal
snore which she can do. A cry has
gone out that there it: a dearth of phy
sicians in certain localities, but hard
ships we murt all suffer, and f believe
that Virginians are willing to suffer
In order that our brave lads at the
front ami In the navy may have the
necessary medi-a! and surgical attcn
l tion.
This is an emergency, for the war
I cannot be won without an adequate
1 number of tnedi.-.il oflicers. SacrKices
we must all rr.ake and simply because
' a mati is beyond the reach of the draft
Is n<-> re a:;'Hi why he should not l?e
willing atd even anxious to put 1.:
all in this the greatest tight for democ
racy in the history of the world. 1
it a fight for our very homes just :r
mueh as if the invad< r were on our
shores atd the call to arms is j -j
as inrisronr
".-'alarl?s of medical ofJlcers range
froni 5-.<00 to S3.7Oil ,n the naval re
serve *or *. and a!'; graduates of impu
table medcal school" between the ages
: of '.'i And 44 are eligible. I will be
very gl.>d to furnish detailed infi.r
nation to any physician who la in
I terested.''
All branches of th* navy are open
a' thin time, and the local station i:
; reparlng for a two weeks' drive i
order to g n everyone an opportu' ?
that :s required of men r.'
i,r a <??? rtillca'e from their . ? ?
-?j allowing them the privilege of
t' ? Jiavy. Officers at t !???? local
'? '? ?'are.| t; at the e certiP.ca'.f
? ? e? obtained, for It has I n
f - ' \ r>< -i?!ipi> that most hoards tal:?
t! ?? apparent view that the draft law
? ?? pr::.;;i: . ? Intended to obtain men
' '' ?' R"-.ed f? rce military and
; iv..? <? ! 'ha: me-, ? hruld b<- allowed
: / J.r-vr.ftge o' r e 1 e ting their fa
vr.rlto. Thi- doe* r- I apply t.> m.-ri
i who haTe l?een orderri to report tr% ?
duty at u ramp?they have waited
I ii t errie no ml nn I ioiim I Meellnjj lo lie
M?-lit hi I ii I Iter a ii l It it roll on
I'riila j.
On I'rio.-iy. on th* '? ? m ion of the
annual meeting of t >ir Woman's Inter
i' ? ? ? u ? . ? ' ;> n.("1 I' ???! of
! i ;? ?: o>. d ? ?} ' *ib Iri . t n-r e i I o l?t?
. rg-- tc.a -crting of w..pi<Mi a ? 1
' ' :.el<i i;i :>;< I :r ? I l.:igl:h I.nth
cr.i:; ? "i. ;rch. corner <>f M'.'iUti'.' :it A\e
?: i a .1 l>ombardy Street, opening at
? ... . 1.. t r i r<; v.1.:! !><? a ije vu! ;onal
? \l . f idvic'. by Mi: II. il I'ott.-.
fi : n. d t.y th' regular ani. jal b i i
M.. -I .g. :? ? Pi-:.1.;; the p.c.-idenl.'
-1 of ? ! .? r i< . 11 ? :a:?
'.nr II ? rit.f, f. p.i M ton, and
? ? , for t ',i < >.:.u:nj; vc ar.
At 1. there : be an addre; ?,
11 N .inn of t! ?* .Southern
Met il .do : ? 'liureti, on "Woman -Her
?.1. .? - s and !> f.? i?
1 I ? Mr Hate Wa! T !'? ?r f 11.
l>: .? ' s and I"i?? pr>:.. fo!?
v Mr Kate W'a ' ' r I '?'? r r ? 11.
? will j. ? % long t : ?- 1. ?.. i ! h> r
? ' i- ?
1 ' < :< i ' og ? i'.i ?o hi urider
? ' < ? '?' tbe you rig women':, mi::
ie ? r 11.. . . t y, V. it 11 M I
. t : r p ,f|. r a nd . I>< ?> ?
? to at >'? o'.'lm I:
g \ ? ;. r..l i>lra t i'.loi 1
? ? . ? i,- \ in< ii. ; ,iln-a < d by an
1 . Mt . ? ronrc.
\ ii I oinolille In l iiltUinn.
Or. A S. lirlnkley, of ?K West Oraco
? t ? ? i ... d fllilta; a iol . :tik
? tlii i-ornei of iiafer and
i.i . ? ? .-t ..? ? i-sght, >rni In du
- - '? tr.;. M M.ii" .tones. < f
\. .. id k iioi K? ? d 11? r
V ? . t ? ? i ? .ight bi itisei
' '? u'rll. :.c M ?: . ,lon(", the <ar
? ,rw,?rd a.'.' coilide'l with tIi?:
??of t. < .1 ? It ? I son a nd da in
The aeeidinl v/a reported 1<j
. ?: i I * ? ? 11 i ,-iation.
Voles (i> Hccoinnicml Onlinuncp Af
ter Officials K\plnin I'rucnt
Need for Facilities.
riKK risk <;ki:.\ti,y *i:i>
Captain Stolze Outlines Precaution*
ary Measures Taken to Prevent
Danger?Tracks Will it e m a i n
Probably I'ntil Hml of War.
P.ecause the facilities were necessary
for the use of the 1 >rewry-Hughes
warehouse by the United States gov
crntaont as a balloon supply station,
the Council Committee on Streets >*s
tcrtlay voted to recommend to the
Council for adoption the ordinance per
mitting' tho Southern Hnilwav to ex
tend its sidetrack in Cary Street. be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Streets. The original linan o was
not drawn In proper shape, however,
and the committee referred the matter
to City Attorney Pollard to prepare a
proper paper. The new measure will
I e reported to the nest meeting of the
There was continued s'.:-;t-.* opposi
tion to the track extension a cer
tain property owners. b-..t \\ : gov
ernment officials explained th.it the
facilities were absolutely r.?-.-e ? ny for
the use of the warehouse t' ?? ob
jection was practically withd;-.. As
recommended by tho c :r.-e. the
ordinance provides that the sidetrack
shall remain In Carv Street on!\ so
'.o:ig as the warehouse i? us* 1 by the
Government. After Its u.e :s iJ.scon
tlnued the tracks must be r< : ?? -ved.
tituENT xi:i:i)? Knit i it \<"Ks
Captain Stolze and I.ieut'-r'.at.; .loci
.MoLnffetv appeared b?-f rA "he com
mittee, which met at the C ?> Hall at
10 o'clock, and explained the ii'Cd for
the sidetrack. The 'meeting of the
committee yesterday upset : ar.y pre
cedents, but the situation was declared
t<? be an emergency, since it w.is the
only day the government ofM -iiii:: could
visit Richmond.
After the meeting Captain Stolze is
sued a statement describing the u>e
to vliich the warehouse will be put.
and allaying any danger the pub! c
might have over the tiro hay. a; ' The
statement is as follows:
"Tho government wishes t ? .i 'are
Its neighbors that noiio of the stock
which the government will store
the Drcwry-Huches warehouse will in
any way be detrimental t-? their in
terests, nor will there be any dancer
of tire. For the benefit of the public
which might feel uneasy, we give as
surances that there will at all times
be not less than twelve men o? duty
in tho luildiug, and they will make
continuous patrol trips every t/?? min
utes h'-rh w it! "n aitf. without tli?- build
ing. and on ?-very floor.
"It is a v i I'.-known lact that the
building is equipped with sprinkler
apparatus, arm i:i addition the govern
ment will install thirty-six ten-gallon
fire cxtingulshors and supply sufficient
hose to reach all parts of the build -
ing. Two tire inspections will be made
daily by commissioned olh ?? rs. who
v. ill make written report- as to <? u:
ilitions found by the;;). Furthermore,
all men on duty in the building have
had extensive experience in warehouse
work, and will mtainta'n the best j- ]
slble conditions at ail times."
Tiie work of putting the warehouse
in proper condition for use "f ihe
government is already urii>v way, and
the interior is being rtrepr^-jfed. It is
expected that the buildirig v. il he used
by the government in ? ?? ro-ar future.
The railroad ordinance v, 11 V. i-- ji. ? -t ?? 1
st the May meeting of tlx- ?'??umion
Council, and will go !?> : i; ud of
Aldermen the following wc-u f<>;- c.in
i ninpnicn It l.iiunrlirri nt Masi-llorlinp
?if I )i*i-i|>l?-? ?>f Christ in
\ rallv (.? tli? mx ?,'hri.sti.iri flnirch^s
i:i the city v. ;i 1 j? ?!? I last ni^lit in the
Stre?t <"h: i ?.?it '"Ivin n f"r
? pur po .? '.f . ? i-:. im; .1 ?
t \\ ocU !n !.. I: ?hllM'tnl'^ i|l|"T.l < ? f
i!-* ii In* r;i is** I :n th
I ; * r-. i >':at?- ? ?:' '! is ?" aO" <"j0 11. <?
\ t "h rlst .a ?> ?*!? ur- 1. ? at- a.i\?'l
!?> < >nt riliutc ami th?i Ki-h
a. 'H'i i-hiti- lnv a ? ? > <? o:tt rihtilf thf-:.
?-port?? 'ha:
J i J.
? !if? < 'hrr t .a II ? ' ? l -' r, ? ir-o i. t Im
I * nit oil Sta'f- a in I i for ? ? i k i i ;l ?-1 > I: 1- ?
'?.'nihe of coitdltlunH brought about by
t!.i> Mar. At lln" 11.-i: ? -:mi <?! a;; oi" t i. ?
n.oinbcr.iiili of tl.i- . ? a it:-clic.s !i
nin'.it It. !?'. \V. i; . r * .?im j ? -: ?1 o rt t
the American ClirlHtiMi Missionary
? , ua- th" pr:;ii-.|ia! ;>oal ? r, ai. 1
liail i liiir^n Iif lili* |?: -t-inia. 1't .?? ?" i-i
?r'" ?? r .?* w ii mail*. li >. II !'.
returned mi 1'ii.ar front ?"liiti;t, ami
l>V. T. 'I. J I IS 1111 ?- 'il tin- \" i-j; in ;a
christian < 'oUf^'o. .'t l.vn- hburi:.
At th'.1 .?"> .'-ral nh'iiili.'il theit
!nl'*ntioii of roiit ril'iit itii; amount: ?
!:::iateil to total about J 0. The
liratlqtirt r: r it of the I; ml ? it -
tKf in ciiarue < r railing this fuml ha:
lo-rtl o. lalih hf'l ::: tlio ahiu . ? ? J 11:i>
Sivrnth Stif<: i : : ? ? i ;? n Imti;:. I'll!
ImviliK i a . . ; <?. lit" no ii1>-t" v ho
!iav iMar:.* i I hi* I: iimidiI il : i.. t
w I.i -li iii' 11; 'I i . > \ ? .. ? i i It n : l|f?i in
*-iiiiiiiitinit ii a'i iari tit : o K iehiiiotirl
I i. I '. ' M.ii'i.1 hi l l I ? i> . .1. A
'P.!r. .1. ' ' I 11 I a In ? I; a: ni ? m-oi \V
Ketnpe?-t ,'tnl ,\?- st . ; !'?'!!
:haw. J. il. Ahraltanist Mrs, W. I.. Sytl
' t ami Ms I i? ? ? ! Shai i.i ' t?? i *i M>?
than '.'."lO ? III l .1 .???IS ha \ ?' lio.-n Hi-I'M't'-i
fl'iini t i* ? . i: i li< . u > \\ . 11 t !: I
i n % a ? lli- flit i ' ut i III I" I :? 11 i J i J' t!M
i i hnri
I.ailv Miiri alirri to I irrlain.
I''.irtnount IN.-vv.. No i ;. I .ni
? all- ' u ii; \ ? a patl .otii- i : ? i-1
t.iir.mrnt ii ml it j? j>?- T'|f- il.iv iii^ii'
^.::?| o'clock a! I.cc ("atitp Hull. \ Hjtp
ial prograni f jr Ihu a: Ion l'.a'i !><??
ari n <)
New "Coat" for the Home
It) the springtime, when nil nature
taken on new life the home should like
wise he overhauled and renewed. It ir?.
really wonderful what >t dilFerence a
coat of paint will make. Kveri the
moat humble cottage can be made most
attractive and inviting with a little
paint and the costis negligible,compared
with the improvement and added life
to the property.
Paint Up
i For Summer!
GIVE the homo a new enring
"coat" ? inside and out; make it
cleaner, more attractive, add years
to it3 life - with Tanner "Tested"Paints.
Tanner "Tested" Paints look better,
last longer because our paint experts
suit southern climatic conditions. Tanner
know how to mix paints to
prices are lowest at which Good l'aiints can bo sold.
There aroTanner Paints fr.r every purpose "Winner Brand" for general iniiido and outside
work. "Satin Flat" for inside work: K<*?f and Itarn I'amti; Varnishes, Floor and S'ninarleStains.
Was, L)yrn, etc. Also Brushes, Auto I'mnt. Oil?. Greases, otr. Get In touch with your painter
t'xluy end epeclfy Tannor "lestdil" Paints. Call or write for free price list and color card.
Manufacturers, V Or^vna\
Wholesalers, Retailers.
Frank J. Sampson. Free. ? Oldest aa J iarfest Paint Manufacturers In South,
???I?PC?M?n?W?MMB11 ? I ?11?11
1415 E. Main Street,
Richmond, Va.
? L. II. Fkar, V. Free.
Hum hies* Men Ankril to A III (n Move
ment for Itrllrr Average
1 Ifllcirucy.
For Iho purpose <>f calling the pliysl- 1
; fii! reserve movement to the tit ton - 1
turn of every concern in the city, so
tii.'it those In charge may have an op
portunity t?> |nv(,!'ie actunintid with i
the advantiiKos i? f the preset ilieil ex
ercises at the mass-meeting to be
In hi to-morrow n.ght isi the John
Marshall lll^rh School, Dr. I toy K.
Klunungan. ciialrinaii of the Ivichmond
committee. has mailed over l?f'0 letters
In the directors of the \ annus busi
ness enlerprlse:i in Itichnioiid. reipjest
I ingr them to attend the meeting at the
! high school and urging theni to In
l troduce the system among their om
| ployi i s.
'I he aim of the letter Is self-explana
I tory. It runs as follows:
"Vou must have noticed tho tre
mendous physical improvement ii? the
voting mou who have returned on
iea\e ftoni the army cantonments. Thl:?
l change has been iltie. in u large tiiens
; ire. to r.'gular exercise In the open
air. I n many eases pale ami flabhv
weaklings have heen turned into
straight ami strong men.
"if it Is possible t<> work such a
i lr;ui?for:ti:ilion for war purposes, it
is also possible, as ell as the part of
, patriotism, to work the same trans
I formation in thote who remain at
| home. Twnty-: it per cent of the
men of draft aye have hern rejected
as physically ti?.? to b"ar arms
"There must a larger number
over draft age !:?> would not stand
the tes*. They men. the reserve of
?he nat! mu i, if possible. l-?
brought t;p to the standard, and all
others who are :.o-.v strong must be
kept from deterioration. if fore
thoi'ght. organization and lndividu.il
effort .'.in : :'Tom pli-li It.
"i "i Tuesday n.ght. April MO. at c
o'clock. a simple plan for physical
improvement w : 11 be, demonstrated in
'.lie auditor! m of the John Marshall
High S\ hor,l by ,?-c,u ids <?! men and
! tfirl" from the Y. >t. A. and the Y. .
\\ <" V. It! by their respective physi
cal directors. Addresses will b<* made
by M ivnr AinBlic, Kev. W. K Thomp
son aiul others.
"You are asked to bring this notice
i to the attention of the employees ot
your establishment, requesting that
they attend this meeting. ar.d f pos
sible co-operate in tbi? movement for
increased efficiency and lodger life."
The call is signed by I t. Hoy lv.
Klannapan, I ?r. W. H. i'ar ;er. Dr. H
>'. Iloshor Jr.. 1 /. T Jem's and W. W.
? lillette, the physical reserve commit
tei .
llrr Kicort l.lvps I liair niul N'rstro Is
I ntitured mid l.oi-ked I |i \ftrr
Sylvester 'iunter. colored. of .'.'"?1
I'.iliioun strei ?. is looked up at Sceon 1
i' -.i -e Station, charged with having
snatched a purso from tho hand of
Miss Janet Waugh, of 1001 l-.' West
M;'.ill Stieet. about S U" o'clock last
night while pas.-;ng an alley between
Monroe ami Jcfl'erson Streets, near th?
> '"intn'i'iweaith Club. Miss Waugh wa.i
or:i d by A. I'. i.'olin, of Kuoger'.i
Hotel, who immediately pursued the
!i'-Vrro d -wn t!:alley, in the attempt
: > stop i.Iuntcr, Mr. Colin engaged in
a : utile ami was stabbed mi the back.
Tiie wound is not dangerous.
la the meantime II. \\". ('art-'-. Jr.
and two sailors saw the two men en
gaged a:.d .fat a rail to I'olice liead
iiuarti rv. while (.Junter was held to
await the n|Vri"w. The negro was then
ta'ifti the station house. I'aptalri
of I ? ? ? i? ?Ives Wrigiit, Detective r
g'-.i t \\ ay:.- act Dote.-?ivi> Tiibr a ml
I 'a t !? n Settles a: sis ted in the ar
r< t. I ? mi.-sing purse was found in
!!'? .. *a here it is alleged 'iunter
Wit-' a'IV lit
>l?irton lto?i-iiMein t.'ommlsxionrtl an
Ci^isn In \ ii ? y After I oursr
??it I ruining School.
liivis'i Marion Itosenstcin. of loj
North 'II ? ! Stret. wlio recently grad
uit-d f;. ?!.<? training tchO'tl at
.l.imi to v. :i. is in the city on a fur
iotiir' " titig Ms friends and iela
*'v?-m. if- many friends iti the citv
v. ? : g. i? .tied to l^arn c?f his rapid
pro u>t ..'I in the navy.
)>. ig ii K- envteln enlisted in the
mi". .In ?" I'.'IT. ar a second-'-lass
seaman, and aft?-r service of aiiout ten
111? ? i.11;?- , th" navy, grarluated from
|lo> tr.'iirnng ?.< hool on April 10 with
t! " ? - i? ? ri of ensign, a promotion
ot about ii \e grades. He leaves for
Noi'oi; tl. iiiortitng. from which
t nt ?> : I" detailed for construc
t :on i ? i -i It.i It i norr.
linsigii Walter s. lialeskie, of 1'lOfj
Moiiu.n'nt .\\e-.,ie. another 111 ? li -
niond lv y {?> r<'-eive the eoinmis?)r.|i o'
ensign from the recent term at tin
t r i i n ing .>> iiool.
< loirn* of r.r.ft ( hililren l*ntertnin?
l.nrgr Audience nl thr t'lty
\ uditorliiin.
With a chorus of COO children, ye:
t e r ii as " -.ng" at the City Auditorium
v. as one of the most successful yet
held under the direction of Walter ?'
Mercer, director 'if mm ic in the school
of lliclinmnd. A violin solo by Sam
SliUIar, the youthful virtuoso, was
? illy not ibb-. as was the number!
in \\ 11ie11 i'lai.nl?? I'ilam piuyed the cornet
Sob. pari.
, i^(. ? v ere made by Chief Justice
Char!' I'ottcr, of Wyoming. Wynd
I ? a m U >!<reditii, iirid Mrs. It. M, I'oy.
Kill. "I A11 ;i 111 -i.
? mly two more rings arc to be held.
N'e\: S'lmliii .in orchestra of 1 ."?*! piece?
v. ;:! ! a I. part ia the program. < >ii<
hundred "f tin <? pieces will be violins
ia the ha d of .?liildren of the puhlt ?
sclioo' The i'lo: in;; sing will be held
mi I he following Sunday, when the
chorus, which took part in yesterday'::
program v. ill return.
'Iri. Wllber'w Condition ImproTed.
Air.-. M. A. Wilber, of 401 North
Ninth Street, who has been ill for the
past ten da. a at her home, in reported
.a: great's improved.
Itov. \V. T. A. liaynos .Mnkcx Stir
ring Appeal at St. .Jnines
Methodist Church.
should srnscHiiU': at oxck
Declares Tliat (ireatest Crisis in His
tory of Civilization Faces This
Country, and I'eople >lusl Saeri
ficc for Their Government. V
t'rging immediate subscription to tho
third Liberty loan with a view of
stimulating interest in the campaign
that is now well under way, Kev. W.
T. A. Haynes, pastor of St. James Meth
odist Church, cited four specific rea
son ? why every Richmond citizen
should invest In liberty bonds In a
patriotic address yesterday morning in
place of his regular sermon.
Kir: t ho called attention to the in
vestment feature and tho absolute t.o
I'uritv that was back of the bonds, in
addition to their being free from taxa
tion. Ho next spoke of the desirability
of buying now instead of waiting for
th<? necessity of having money extort
ed by taxation to continue tho war. Hut
far more Important than the first two
reas? :is were tho last, which were in
the name of simple Justice in half-way
return for the protection that has been
given by the Stats and Stripes, and
for the opportunity of patriotic par
ticipation in the war.
"This is no time for complaining or
shirking." he. said, "nor Is this a time
for criticism. The greatest crisis In
the history of civilisation and of tho
human race i-? facing us. and no man
worthy of tho protection of tho Stars
and Stripes who is unwilling to give
his all to the cause. ?Jf course, we
are sacrificing to some extent now by
responding to the government's re
quests fcr meatless, wheatless and
other days In order to win tho war,
but that is not all. We must give our
money to the last cent if need be, and
go hntless and shoeless should it be
"The cost of the war is untold. The
many men that are being killed, the
broken hearts of as many mothers and
others dear to them, tremendous sums
of money?these re the prices that
are being paid. Hut in counting the
co?<???. let us not forget to figure the
greater cost that would be entailed if
we did not win the war. T<et us look
behind the clouds at the silver lining
and the abiding blessing that will f??1 -
low n victorious peace."
With an apostrophe to the S'ars and
Stripes, which looked down upon the
congregation from the wall directly be
hind the pulpit, he ended t! ?? sermon
with a brilliant burst of oratory. "Near
where 1 new stand an immortal apostle
if liberty uttered the electric motto,
' , v e rt i e liberty or give me death." he
said, "and this morning, after a care
ful study of the Issues of the war. I
fe.| in my soul that every American
heart beats in unison with my own
in that the sentiment of Henry Is
equally applicable to the present sit
ua t ion."
1'atriotlc hymns were S'jng through
the c-ntire service, nr.fl at the close the
congregation. le.| by the choir, sang
the "Star-Spangled Hannrr."
Crrnm Coconut t'nndy.
Hoil two cups of white granulated
Hiiy.ir and one-third cup of water until
I* :p stringy. usually not quite t"i\
minutes, l.et !t cool, then heat with
;? fork until it becomes creamy in
pearance. Then thicken it with shred
ilo.i coconut and liavor with *_\tract ?.*
\ artilla.
can t<? reduced, 11?removed ar.t
your Itf* prolonged by eliminating the
i>'is..ub from tt.o if ; <j j Ori.in
':?t I!y
Tate Springs Mineral Water
trill Tnte Sprint:*' Acenry. limit. 101.
??M?aOMBMI?CTWMW < IV ? ? n ffcn n >.<1
700 W. Hroad Street,
Glass, Varnishes. Paints.
The Confederate Museum
Open Daily from 9 A. M. to C V. M.
8a.tiir<ia7s. i? A. M. to - V. M.
mk. .if li a ( lai;ssi:\
.Jefferson Auditorium
Tli;si)\v. A I'll 11. 10*1* 11
s-.:io i\ ">i.
Tickets Now on
Sale for
or tiiic
Wednesday Club
I! Ilrllllmit Concrrlx nt
( i(y Auditorium
April 29-aO-May 1
<el#?l?rn<ed Itiinsinn Syni
ltltf.it> lircliioiira ;imil II Moiro
tiolltiiu Mnrs.
75c; I P
<>rt Vour Tlcketn
I m med In < fly?nt
-III IviihI Itricid.
Anil n t'litirlle < linplln Comedy
A Louise Lovely Production
"Fainted Lips"
Also "Red Ace" and Comedy
"The Womnn In
the Well."
TVze Shopping Center "
Wives of Engineers
?represented by Mrs. Clarnett K. Bowden?
will be in charge of the Miller & llhoads Lib
erty Loan Booth to-day.
t and
Do ^rti^Ur Bit
pELLOW PATRIOTS, what does "war
F time" mean to you? Are you complain
ing because "war time" and "war condi
tions" means coal shortage; less sugar in
your coffee; corn muffins when you're in
the habit of having biscuit; less money than
you think you ought to make?
What about the boys of old Virginia,
shoulder to shoulder with boys of other
States of this grand old Union, who are
fighting for you in France?
For them, the trenches; the pitiless
storms of rain and sleet; the ceaseless deaf
ening bombardment of the great guns:
hunger, thirst, cold and fever; wounds and
?death. For you?a little economy and
The Third Liberty Loan is your oppor
tunity to prove the patriotism that is in
your heart and on your lips.
Your opportunity to show yourself
worthy of the heroism, the devotion, the
self-renunciation of your soldiers and
Your opportunity to share, in some small
degree, the sufferings of those who stand
ready to make the supreme sacrifice for
All you can do is little enough. After all,
you are asked simply to lend your money.
Do it, and be glad that you can do that
much and sorry you can do no more.
ACADEMY?To-Night ACAOEMV-Friday & baturda
Mcht Only. Mnllnrr .Sntlirdny
Ilcnry \V. Savac's Musical Comedy AN INTI.MATi: .MI/.-MCAl, COMKDY
I'rlrr*. fiOr to g'J.OO.
1'IIM'KS?Mnllnrr H.V to 81.OO; NIkI>
Mi.- to
ICfC this
lO IJ week
Matinees, 15c; Nights, 20c.
H Afiir
in Blue Blazes'Rawden'
0)f?ct?d by (By iCHfiWKSI Plwtodnpiiffl by
"! believe this a better picture
than 'Wolves of the Kail,' "The
Narrow Trail' or 'The Silent
.Man." "?William S. Hart.
Tako His Word?IT IS.
Jewel Carmen
'?The Kingdom of Love'*
A Story of Rare Stt'Pctnfs.',
Mnllnrn, IO?'S Mchla. II?C.
Kitty (iordon
"The Purple Lily**
"Fatty" Arhucklc,
AT. St. John, Buster Keaton
"The Bell Boy"
Two Dan'ly, Delightful Keatuies.
('on>vny Tearle
"The World for Sale"
A I.S< i
Story 1?">Iy Mother"
"The Son of Democracy"
A Now, Complete Story Kach Week.
| SEE \
% AND \
I "Girl on the Magazine" 1
? ANN SIT Kit (The Girl from Virginia), FOX AND ^
jl AT THE ^

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