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* PAGE ! .TEN Mciimond STimeSpiSnafch ' July 12, 19 18 - h SSiSv ft HELP CHARTER FIGHT Shows Need for Odlc? of Director of Public Safety, Says I'lvlc Association. PUBLIC 1TV COMMITTKK XAMK1) Advocates of Keform Will Kl^bl >? tin* Open?Opponents So Par Have Tried to Attract as Little Atten tion a* Possible. At the moot ins of the directors of tho Civic \>??v!.ition he'd last night in the .1 offers H ? ? 11 ' various plans WPV0 dl?CUS>ed fl V V!l?p tV? rcs'v of the proposed ? hatte*- changes, which will he pres.:' t ? i to the voters of iho city foi rat.'lcatlon on August 6. Members of tho Ci:> * ouncil inte. ested in the prop s-.i hat ?>tc rcprc^on! "tl a ' ' ' ? !'t !rwi? - * * ? w 1''' uran'mou." n t!-.< ' 1 :s' ' : ; ' tschemc of ??- >? - ?? -.it. >:i. A up. .?:.?! in-.p.iig ommi'.if' appointort ..-si- ? ? executive of ficers of the a - - ?' st^trg the matter th ? ' ? .--a: ?? which wiP as-ore > ' r'y" -e- Mit.it :o:i at tho r "?= -f ' "-? ? v% t,,p 0':>''5 welfare at hear: :.c <">t < ?. ,\ Hawkins. .'ha:-.:- W Mtller. A O Swink. C P '"a ?!< " an?.! !\ Xndcrson. Many ?- jss* s* - - -re trade as to the b-~-' ?' " : *"'? ire. but ;t w a 5 Tw ?"* s -': s ?" ? : ? ? v. f a 1! tho.-' a - ? ?' tho r< ? up heaval ' ? afa -s f th. it;* would be om ? ? s* pot ? : ' fa tors Mi rallying ? .?.tso- ? to t';*.?? sup port o.' * ? ..in .nt> : at.: of the vs !t .f.tl department* tMin\ iiii> roit dihkctoh <?p iMii.it r. iti:iMttTMi:\T Should t'.i- a ? - be ci ? *ed. the administtation o' th? IV: ? de partment wi;: \>< given i: ??> t V. Is Cf a director of public ;* *y > i-. 1 ?? was pointed out that r< it- '? -ur< - in this department would '? remedied if the proper man fo: the place was secured. Interest in the chart*-; .hat.tn- has increased wttl-.in t:,?- few .? ? and many mat- r.- telat::r_ to t:.. ? xisttng system in ni.ny hr.,n.-ie c.t. ? city KOvernine::l have be?.-n .'.isiussed. As rv.iif n. i of i:ii re tsi; ^ :*. s' : :iti\ ?> oti-rs who ant;, i;>ate !?? ? i 11 u: absent ^from tho ci: y oti Auai;.-- 0 hav? made arrangement - t., , < .?i ? the:rse!v.?s of the ahsei, ers lav. aud will cast their ball-:: by i.ai' i a cimrtt If. BatherituT n'.c.tos also .-hnrter eh:i:ij?es ai'ti beinjr d> i.-s d ft i-; e\;>:>( t?':! til it . !':*aMueriien;s will >?0 completed in t!i" next few Jays for ho vera I mass-meet :??'? in various sec tions of the i ity. where voter* will he I thorouphly a -.iuaii t<-d with ;?!! the pro-: visions of tin- a iiK-iid :in'n t s proposed. Fore..' opposed i> charter changes lire warming up. and ate steiidil> work- i j1;- defrat me.iMire at the polls.' rhis work is f.-oing on in a <|uiet man- 1 ner so ..>? attract 1 i t?1 ?? at t'-nt ..-n NEGRO SHOT IN BACK BY POLICEMAN HOKD C'nme at f.lTi. er W ith rieifc u '.hi \t tempi \\ ns Made to \rr**.t I! I ill. ?Shot In the back Po . L. Hord while reslstinc, arre-:. ib-Mite* par(] Hrooklns. < olored. of f .-r ns ton Street, is iu th. \'ir;tinia lloanital in^nn extremely critical -onditlon Phy sicians attending Uro.Uins w.-r? . f the ?opinion that his .-lim ? :iini. (O'Hcia! reports n regard .o i ioi ii Is s-i;d that the net;! had a long knile ii h:s lianii . Ii i>ui m n regr.rd to the. shooting justify Policeman Hord for his action Ii is s-t!.' that th. negr<? had a long knife n his hi mi when Hord attempted to arrest him l-ii.nnl ishing the knife the ncuro londiv loud! \ - mail v.'oulil ever arrest him. and I wi'' s. ak.- h.n ? v... 1 loiv the pistol." A hot th. "??' I' 'Ii' mtin v. ..1,1.3 f>. . .. " '? ad\ i | ine ol ice ma n. ij. Hutnot* las; tti^hi, cor!!ict:ng with the ?? !icia' report, iiac it that tlie .negro was -hot while 111? -.-.jCiag to ' , os'vi pe after i?eicg ? ? , ia i and ^ ?hrr 'euinp the p< i tit-. Oili. ? with his l oif ? sub t.itn i.it.- i ? t ' fact ilvi! tii. ? ? ?; i . v. a?? ! ? '? . : . b was l*oll? led out M.ni' Ve' . \ ..iterate tho ti ll ice I i' "|. ! t,!l'.' ?.?;:! . was wanted on a r? ** ? - '1 way I'e ?is:inf* the ' ?* in ? charge, of i>is duf !1 ?' ? ? . :<!?. -s.-ven 1 ? t-Kivt old CALLED INTO SERVICE ! '.-I of hite ''Icn to I :!?r ??|ifeinl M -.'cIi a ii ! t - irs?- :i I ? harlot ilir. <!e0r'r\ ' ? ? t.i ir111a 11 of 11 "Sennitlot ;??' N ? ? f.oilueeil \ ? - ' Ci ila \ tlic! ? ? : f ?> ' ?? ? i ill be ( ?.'.!? d i i .? ii .1 a" \ and ri s >n? ? t> t ? : . it;.-s\ a course - n u J oil It I !c r M .. ' .1 ?'.???: . Kldridgo Parsley. I. :? ,rd Uilatn liuffey. Oliver lirant <.'oid>. Porse.v Karl l.o.ig. .In'"' ilerti ::i I .?'?>! he 11 e r .lohlt i<yeit Clarke. It;, ha- ii l-'-enklin I't ::g!i I.RSt! iUMn :*i It: : John I'.ertrand Sehaaf. .'i . M llc>.wo I Tigu- v. Willie farle l.eeler. Howard Clement I Clarke. W'll.atit \r bib..Id S i i i.-rs. ?loll II I : Is Si. "I ' L" ? I' ' . i.-oM TJitylis-'. >.?. ?.*. I! .c!^ <??? .1 r . Leon Iii? t ? i - ?? ? Mi. I:. \ : Knight. Zannie M.-l nifty Kerr.-;1 .loim Sliope. li able I.ef.?. I;: h idhar ? ? \i thur Wa<ie ll.irki Anil,, n; I'htl. |> V. Joseph I ia ti>el i'.i \ :. ' ineil I mler Obi I.in*. Sa J ' I ? r .' i di-1. ? e t III* . .i - was ? : i? :t : 11 ii !.| ICinor.i Itai. dali ' in i ii:!? her to a b-tentioa home ho ground (liat she1 was a I person- of goo-j fame. .Itistice <'njtc,i- i field ye erday morning lined the wo-i ^ i man 5- und? r ti e old lav. Th' w ? man u a r-. ?. | a .out Richmond Hotel .*?? .? ral nays a.:. ?.*. ? t' ? a man gi% :.g ?h<- ti m. . ? w ,t i E. Randall, vi ? I.u: . <i to ? . 1 ? i brother. IteglMralion < aril I'oiniil, Colonel John W l;.i hard: o; .*i his office at the Cap t ! tI? ? ? i-< tlon card of It P llt'.'.vii, of I* nr mount. Rfilieson ('oui.:>. N c, ?: i was found ill th'* ? ' - ?? t?i" ? ? 1 ^rounds ?'?v eral da> s ago In Hi* < a . ;it. four pay cheeks from K. I. ?I? i Pont <b \'? ? mours A- Cc,.. Carn*??? I'lom, N .1 ?..I a fallroad ti< 1 ?-t !'?: ? ,, !? tn Washing"'!:- to P.aiti' ? ?? fined for \*<*?iil?. Battle Scot t, olor-'o. u is find ' % ?" ' and eof-ts t?r a?'sa uliit-g ,n<i be t.ng Annie Toombs. :t iwe:<?-\e.*n-oi<i .| erod girl, when arraigned before Mag istrate H* S bund iv. of H'-nrieo c< in 'v ty. yc.fiterday. Arrl\rn In l laly. 81' .. Sergeant Thomas ft Hawkins ha.- t - - -- ?i.?.n nr. liitK fl< ? r > lifted ills sister Mrs W T I.'wis ol 242A Hanover Avenue, ti,?t the .ship on which he sailed hue arrived safely 4;- '. In Italy. Tlmei?-I>l?pnt?*l? Help Wnntrd \il* nrr rend by the kind of people >ou iuiuld be iclwd to have *tork for >ou. 4h!-.' m-.& ?? Pontifical Mass of Requiem This Morning ?*t. in:\. .ioiin ki:am;, % rrli i? i -?it op tif RICHMOND CATHOLICS TO HONOR ARCHBISHOP rti.il "-orvico to lip IT<?!<! Ihi* Morning nt ( ntlieilrai of the sJM%rc%d Heart. Pontificlal mass of re lulern will he th- ' "athedral of t?ic Sacred Heart this morning at 10 o'clock ' i:t i:-v. 11 .1 ovonnell. 13:.-hop Of ;? h: for in, Keaiie, Archbishop of Dubuque. Iowa, w'l! "led t'i that , ity .1 s: n e JC. it is expccted that many priests will Tnf> follov. ; w ill ?.* the ? ? f the mass P.r Rev I >. V ' colebra nt U?v Kather .. V " s archprlest. Hcvs. J. i ' ? ? ami Kr. Boniface, O s. p.. clea - . ):???? W A M, Keefrv. ? ? is -I the mas.-: j;..v \V \ Ollaiv.. "f '!: ? miss f.. A Ul.i! ot ceremonies. <>.rchblshop Kcano ivas born In Bally- 1 s hannon. Ireland. .September i.'. l Mo was . 'or.secrated li.vj,,,,, l>f mond. Aim list -T>. ivTs. ;u:,| for ,?R V;a:s served his church it. this rltv. u.iore he was generally beloved hv ? Cn-hmond people, regardless of <-reefj '?i aiumis! l::. i<\>. he was transferred V.' tho tilular see of .lasso, and on . .vuiiai> 'i. IS ',. i,o was elevated to th? diutiit;. ,,f Archbishop of I'amascus. ''V ' ' ' '''s ? ter he was transferred '?> the see of imhur|Ue. rosier.in- til Nl "? April -JS. 1911. he was appointed titular Archbishop ..f cjo< 1 -owned with ecclesiastical honor,, he . 11 n? after a lingering illness, his name held in benediction wherov.-r was hnowij as a distinguished * 'hijvhinaii. honor within the Catholic 11,0 trihute of thousands >> citizens v\.;v- Ih(; ?'."i ,!l" funeral services on Juno 1!: ' ?'1 '"< ?<!:., I .it (>u l?u?-| ue. iow-i. 1?i? ? 1 ? h- had presided as arch "''oji t,eighteen years. 1 o;1 1 'oniieJ!. of Richmond. a , :i'' ?ian> years of the deceas-d I'ivi..:-. paid the li rial tribute to |,'? '? hi - address he spoke of ' r, I,o.shop's work in Viryinht in ? terms. .'I. labored llllC asinglv." y;t id Hish J * II "journeying eont inuousl v I'"'- h. .1 in every church, n .ourthouse and meeting '1 .schools and founded missions ,< !.! r !? a'?osiolii: zeal. In a Slat <i Is, iii^ niched foi < lo<|uence h>> was aiimir.d as a tine orator, hoi rig h-. 1 ?' . eitizen. Ue del,v. re 1 "" "ration ??t t !,#? centonarv . el-hr i "t '? "f ?h.. haul.- ,f Vorkinwu, .,,', i ? l>." Urn.- the ?. r11oi? ,|?. S(-11? siLpffi,?;w for . !' d he disa:,so?;iat.-d the ; " ??.tui rl, from all reapoi.si " , ' ' ;"ul made a liet. e ' i 'it ion to the evil. lie I 1 " ..i, imp;,],,. ,1|;M V i. U" ' :i him v,..v ,, . i"!<l sympaliilz,. wilh vou. 'l . J ?0,;r5>W ?? as deep j? me;,. i y"l"'S in '?":, :<|Ne. | can .... I.j' wyou the honor fcuartiing Archbishop Keanc's ra 'M,. MeClll ? l-odi. ' hoi;.- I ni. a and oilier ?' il! end <l? le^;itio:is SUGGESTED CITY PRICES * ,^ <,,!,,|1"rh ^?lr and it,,,. l}'i"tatnins fur i.oeUI Marlo'l*. The ] 11... i, and i-., ' ,u ?r.> considered |)V "?'Mr.?tion to I., i , , ?i?a ?U Ti,.. ? , t issued 1? and transportation ; , " ,narkctfi Hlchmond market onl^ 1 p,y l" l1"' '"?iMMonrrv ? Kr .1 iiiiI.i ted, :? .irtori- . ? I 'Ur. |. ,|, aackj, n ? n I '??? ir Si,|. . i:.rlf> fl.,1,. < ? 'ii f , |r n-ia ?r l?) M. ? I??r pbunU S'j !"?! ^.c .. h'T poljii.t (?' nuimir thoulu :mj-. I r i ounit ?l"! I ? rr j. ' I rt'"lini;ii lier ; rtiri,.-. IM. . i It*in in*. !.!? K: ? r ??? h'.l.'t OH I ? I - I- a i; f Mil- # , i.<,i, h"..I l.lll.u I,, u, . 1 IT ,'<? llt,.I 1 Ir. ?;>. !" to i.' I'i-ll. * u I iur I \ V .... , ty i i > : to M M', t'. I ' V lo j i ??' f'? ll1, ; ' r i oiintl ?r#-h. ?? it t i , ? i?t t:re< fr.ni, . K. ?; I fijjt K " ?I "Vl'lV l? (d I" K i I" I.. I . " I-cK*k* 'S'i l<? t? i"i ;.'>uii<l K k. I'.'j i.. i:i " loll I-14 to ib ? l"'Ul;,| to is l'> in "T 'Ir./ 'I 10 ?1 ? "?r tx.iin.] I ? in i-i I. XX V: '? N I illllM . 1 '.iiir ...: I A ?*-?? I:...I lull <?*,.? l-" J7 toll III I ^ I?' r poutMl f'. 2 lo .1 j V? lo A ?'a ia im i cr . n. .V. ? to .C to :a 2". I- i\ t?*r c?n. . to M ft to ?; Ilnlly to He Held This Afternoon, to Wliirli Business Men Are Invited. FOU.UtI) TO MAlvK ADDRESS High Type of Men Needed in HfTort to Maintain Morale of Amerieaii Troops ill War Z0110?Describes Type of Men Wanted. Members of (he rpci'l.'tl recruiting ^ commit tee for tlie V. M. C. A. ami about j IrtO prominent Kieltmoml business men have l>een invited to attend :i special j meeting: this afternoon at I o'clock !n ;li<' auiPtorluin of the ('IkiiiiIht of < 0111- j rnorii\ when John tSarland Pollard. for mer Attornoy-tloneral for Virginia. will describe the pressing need for addi tional "V secretaries in Franco. Mr i i'ollard, who is now on a special re- > ?rutting mission in the State, returned j > estcrday from New \ ork City. w'ot" ? hp conferred with officers of the n.t ! iona 1 organidation. Tb- vi;.?l matter of obtaining war work secretaries immediately in Vlr- . s !-::i is tlie primar> cause for t'ti?: . meetitr-r this aficniueti. For this* rea >? nvi: .:i-; lr:v- n extended to ? ? )i . n ? ii prouiipo:;t men who are ? ? tu work of the red tri- j ir.gh Ill ? of v. hit>m are proKpcetivu I tari Mr Pollard will ;? . :?* - ? lr;ml i' fotmution of t :i ?? ' v ? - 1 ? a:nl :? il of the crr'.it ! w :. .. a> bo accomplished ny ?v\ - ? lie was sent back to Vir- ' ?x- ;;i l workers within th. ? e\ ; til ? My ilaj s. The t<-e:ing will be presided over b> K. I. I5> tr. ss. chairman of the Itich m d recruiting committee of the V M C. A . while T M. Carrington. chair- j man of the State committee, who at '.er.tied the conference in New York with Mr. i'ollard. will probably make i a short talk on the plans of the as so- | .ration in coming months. it is 1>?-- ; lieveii that an active drive for secre- : taries will be launched as a result of ?his conference. (itTi.iMcs i>si:\tiai. \i:i:d roil iii<;ii-i;it.\iu: mf..n Mr. I'ollard declared yesterday that the program of the V. M. C. A. regards the followjnc as essential to an efllcient lighting force: To keep our fighting men physically atid morally fit. To supply them with comforts, so that their bodies may be kept active and clean. To steer them straight and to be their friends, counselors and advisers. . In a word, by carrying to them an much of America and home as is hu 1 manly possible to maintain their linn ale 1 per cent. "To do this." said Mr I'ollard. "more > , of the 'big men' of Virginia must re alize that what was formerly called a great opportunity for patriotic ser vice has now become such a vital pa_t : of the winning of the war that it in.iv j i be called an obligation which is im posed upon every able-bodied man who is above the age for military service." j As conceived b\ Mr. Pollard, the kind | i of men iJeneral Pershing would have j ' in the red triangle uniform in every j place where his men are billeted are j those who have succeeded in organiz ing and directing other men an do- j partmcnt chiefs, sales managers ami j oltice managers- men successful in running departments in great estab lishments and successful as salesmen, j i those who can box and teach boxing. ? fond of athletics, play and teach at! ' kinds of ball games and other amuse ments and those who have big hearts j and minds, tactful and firm. I n a word to readers of The Time Id.'-paieli. Mr. Pollard added: "Vju j 1 know the kind of man you want to ; ? ??tand behind your boy in the crisis j It is your duty, if you cannot go your i self, to pick out the men who can make ; I the necessary sacrifice and influence ! i them to go." RULING EXPECTED TO-DAY Judge Itlelinrdaiiii to I'nsn on CoiiHiilu lliitmlit) of (lli.ilrr l.inv and Jurisdiction of Court. Judge 1 >. <liiehurdson. of the Ilis:- : i ings Court, is expected to render his j 'decision relative to the constitution , ality of tli. ouster law and the ?iue - j 11 ? ? 11 as i.i the jurisdiction of the court j ii thH matter this morning. If th" | ??ourt sustains I)i?? defense and holds that the law is not constitutional, and I even if so. the court has no jurisdiction | in ibis case, iiie ouster rules again-.i j !<'hief of I'oli. e i" ,\ Sherry, "'.iptari | | tjeorge F. Pollock iJehctive I. ('. llci I tucci and Policeman C. A. Strain will j be thrown out of court. 1 If. on the oilier hand, the court overrules the contention of the defens the rules, which were issued more :li >n a week ago will be returnable ill's' morning. The law expressly says that j when returned the cases shall be tried forthwith, unless there is good ret son for a continuance. Although the J Cases will be called this morning it is j not expected that they will go to trial.] , but tiiat the court will set a dale suit- I j able and convenient to both sides. DIES FROM INJURIES .'lis* Mary V. Shlpplrll l'n*Mes \wnt a I l .trice 11 <>m )?i isi I?'I'j rrc'* Condition Critical. .Mit-s Mary V. Shipplnlt. of 'J'.tl!! Flo.\ d ] Avenue, who was injured in a collision between a street car and an auto mobile driven by \V. II. Tyree. of ll?17 Floyd Avenue, died yesterday after noon in lirace Hospital. Tyree, who was also seriously injured, still con tinues in a critical condition, and at tending physicians entertain small hop.- for lib; recovery. In addition to fruetijre of the skull both victims were badly broken and bruised. Miss Sliipplett was twenty-eight i years old. She was the daughter of Mrs. Mary I >. Crump, and was for inei |y the wife of (Jray Thomas, from whom she was recently divorced. Tyree. j who i- thirty-five years old, lives ;ti l!>!7 Floyd \venue. and is a painter. | His wife who has been visiting reli 'tives in Winchester, has been suni inoned I. Itiehmoiid by relatives. WILL PAVE POE STREET llbls < rilled l-'or for Surfacing Thin 'I lioroiiali fnrr Wllh <?rnnltr S|inlln, City Kngitieer Polling wns yesterday I directed by* the Administrative Hoard 1 to advertise for bids for paving with granite ? palls the roadbed of Poe Street from Lamb Avenue to North Avenue, the bids to be returnable July 26. A letter was also forwarded lo Thomas S. Wheelwright, president of | the Virginia Hallway and Power Com pany. 'directing the company to re ? pair the roadbed of North Avenue, from Poo Street to Hrookland Park lioulevard. and of fne Street, froin j !?atnh Avenue to North Avenue, where i this stretch of roadway was double tracked.. , Gives Ambulance to Base Hospital Daughters of the American Rev olution to Ma^e Presentation Sunday Afternoon. Governor Westmoreland Davis, sid ing o*i behalf of the Okl Dominion Chapter of the Daughters ot the Amor- j ican Kcvolutlon. will present to the [ "L*tilted Stales liasc Hospital. Hich- ! moiid. Va.." at West'nunpton, an 'ivny ' hospital situhulanuc Sunday afternoon at -:t." o'clock on tho south side of i the Capitol. While it h:ls not been j announced, it is thought that the ?im-| bulance will bo acceptcd by Major A. j II. Croshle, commanding officer of the j hospit ? I. The occasion Is to honor the gresit j l-'rcnchman, Lnfayctte. by the p.esen tatlot of the ambulance and also to commcmorsile the f.ill of the Uastil "*. an epoch -marking event in French history, and will be one of many sim ilat celebrations occurring all nv>*t the country. One of the principal fea tures of the exercises will be the speaking of John tSarlund I'o I lard, for mer Attorney-iJeneral. who recently ' returned from Ft isice, where he has been engaged for some time in Y. M. C. A. army work. The ambulance committee <>f the chapter is composed of the following nioml ers: Mrs. Sidney lohnston Dudlty, regent ot the chapter: Mrs. James 11. Dooley. Mrs. S. Datney 'rensbaw, Mrs. Anne Ueddy. Miss Klla Mayo. Mrs. I.. II. Poe. Mrs. Kdmund strudwick ami Miss; Kosa Meredith. SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW * j STARK LUNACY APPEAL Culpeper Mnn Seek* Heleiiwe l-'rom , Jurisdiction of \\ ewtcrii State Hospital. The petition of 11. M. Stark to the ? Supreme Court of Appeals was yes- j terdav placed under the consideration of the body. The petition Involved a ] decision rendered against the petitioner by thtOCircuit Court of Culpeper Coun- 1 ty in April in mandamus proceedings lately pending, in which Mr. Stark was j the plaintiff and Dr. J. S. DeJarnette. j superintendent of the Western State i Hospital, was the defendant. Mr. Stark states in his petition th il ' Bruce Stark, his son. caused a commie- j sion of lunacy to be issued again??t ' his father, upon which the latter was ; judged to be insane, and was forcibly ; taken against his will to the Western 1 State Hospital and committed to the j care of Dr. DeJarnette. After two years' confinement In the) ho?plta! the petitioner retired to his i home, with the convent of the officials of the institution, and lived there, h ?? ; declares, without the slightest indica- i tion of insanity. lie further declares that he can prove himself now to b't ! normal. On December 1 he. made application to Dr. DeJarnette for discharge from the hospital. Dr. DeJarnette then tiled a plea of abatement, declaring that ] the court had no jurisdiction to d-i- ; cide the case, as both the residence j of the plaintiff and the hospital were out of bounds of the territory under ( its jurisdiction. Mr. Stark's motion to; strike out the plea of abatement was thrown over by the court and the pelt- j tion was dismissed. No action has been taken on the petl- j tion to tiie Supreme Court. COLORED REGISTRANTS GO TO CAMP ON JULY 16 Hoard-. Three und Four Is*ne 1.1st* of Mrn Called for Military .Service. The following men will be called Into ser vice l?v l.ocai Kxemptlon Hoards 3 and I on July 1*. 'omprislns ihelr allotment of colnr"! r? rivlr.ints who will he sent to l. ami* l.ee for trainlnj; on that dale: laical Honrd So. CI. <";? nt Morton Howard Hall. \V:ll Covert. Mosra Hooker. ? ieo A I.0R.111 Nathaniel Jones. < "harllr A. Atkins Win It- Stewart. 0?nr Kl' harilaon. Thoinas Koblnaon . Willi*; Kvans. David Younjf. Nathan Nichols. Henj. II. Hand. < 'liirrn' f Itol/in.toii. IHIJah Thompson. l.i'Roy Staple.- Marry I.. Gordon. Arthur Thomas Krank Drake. C S Cunningham Huddle I .ester. Charlev ItlRderi. Mill Will I'aRC c Jo- Hope.-. < His Hampton Hoss. l-'rank Joyner. Samuel fjreen. I.aurie Thomas Tho in a* Saunders Tho* M Hraiuh. Hoy Wilson. <:?'.rsc Ki-nnev. l.evar Mi-Chutchina. . <?eo Henry Kord. Wllbert llandolph. Kltiiore i.iKht. Hobert Mitchell. Win \ (tarretl. Charles White I || l-Vrrell Krnest Howard. William liram h Samuel Williams. I/avid l.e? Itroolts Sydney Hiehardson. ; l.ewis Ko'intain Jas. Kdward Threat. KuKene Handolph. Jtoberl A. Slovall. i l.on/.i Wtafr-e. Hurl C Thomas, l.lnvood KsKlea'.on. t.orn I llonrd \o. I. Willie Or.-en. I.ee Whliaker? Willi,tut Hartley. S.initio! IVarsolI. Krank llur-'hett Mo.-es Hryant S.nnly Kppev. William Oliver. ?William Thrlee Crant Henry I.ee J' Klljah Woodson William M. Stewart. j D re wry Marrow. I'harles Ployd. i Charles Hoblnson William Ogden. John Onode. John Kppes. ! Willie Thoma<. Hussell II. Hutler. I James Hradiey John II. Kinney. Stephen J. Payne <-harl!e Herman. Troy Woods. Maryland Onslow. Karnest Harrett. i'harles Hill. .lames II Wln.ston. Samuel l'rlre. James Hates. 'diver (Jurley. Jaine* Williams. I.anuston Saunders Clifford II. Johnson. It. I. Saunders, r.l. Allen Milton. Winston Wiley. \ 11?>>??-rt A Hooker. Willie Stanley. Willie Flooze. Junius Hrook.s. [ Howard Stewart. Arthur ft. Brown. William J. Allen. .larob Oreen. j Sellous Hall. Otiy It. MeOee. Ilenry Kl-sher. Kuisene CS. KlcmlnR. f!. Montitomery. .lames Itidilnson. James Cheatham. Handolph Seott. IN-rey Jefferson. Lawrence TltPin. James II. Coleman. Charlie Mercer. Johnnie Jones. St. John Christian. Cieorise T. Rcll. I.other Seott. Jnmeii K. Allen. Ordey Hoane. BAROODY TRIAL WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW t'heslerfleld Cminly ^Inii Aeeuned of Importing A ill omnlille I.nnd of Whlxky. Indicted in Chesterlield County on the charge of transporting whisky iti violation of the Mnpp law, Kverelt Haroody, of Itlchmond, will be Iricl In the Chesterfield Circuit Court to morrow. Ha rood y was arrested abo't; J a week ago when his automobile i stalled in a small j-rcek sit Midlothian. ! and be was forced to call for assistance from a ncyir-by store. County fMllcer Cosby arrived to in vestigate. the matter, and found 31.t pints of whisky in tho rear end of the car. When the lienor was dis covered Haroody attempted to escape, but was captured by the oflicer after a long chnse, during which time t'osliy fired several shots to frighten Haroody. When captured Haroody was found to h.vve a pistol in his possession. In a preliminary examination before Magis trate Vinson, of Midlothian, Haroody was fined $f?0 on tho charge of car rying a concealed weapon. Arrlven Oversea*. Sergeant A. K. Hraml. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brand, 213 Third Ave nue, Highland Park, hat> arrived safely ovcrncaB. MELTS POOMISETD TKiS STATE NOT KPT Fuel Krom Pornlioiitiis I'lclils Is ItcltiK Daily Diverted lo . New Knglnml. INHl'STItlKS MA V UK CLOSKD Administrator liyrd C.'otvs to Wash ington To-Day to Kilo I'rotcst. N??\v Fnglum! Industries No Worse < )(T Than Those in Virginia. Pocahontas ami Now Rlvor coal that shoulii comr to Virginia for her ln dtistri-il needs has boon diverted to New lOngland during the past two weeks. State Fuel Administrator ll-ir ry Flcod Byrd said yesterday, and It* ooiit limed will create suoh a slt.ialion as will necessitate the shutting down of many plants in the State. About ir.n carloads that arc a part of Vir ginia's allotment are being ship pen daily to Hampton Roads and seal to tin- Nm England States tor consump tion tl.ere. .Mr. I'.yrd will po to Washington to day t<? confer wltli l?r. Harry (5 irlleld. Unltet' Slates fuel administrator, am! ask for reasons \vh> the promise to j Virgil ia has not been kept. The f it- ' nation, he pointed out yesterday, in the New Kngland States is no worse than it Is here in Virginia, and h?? is unable to understand vhv the coal ; that yhould come to Virginia Is b~ ing diverted ti> t'.o Northern States. Although he knew that the coal was going outside of the Slate, Mr. P.yrd i was unable to ascertain from the Fed eral fuel authorities how long tho j policy was to he maintained, and felt that at tl.e time that It wns only tcm- | porary. The results are being Keenly ; f ?? 11 by the manufacturing plants In the Stnte. and Mr. Byrd's mission Is expected to consummate In the restor ation of Virginia's allotment from these coal 'ielas. WOll D NOT OIJJJKCT IK FVK1. WKIIE FOR TrtANSPOItTS No voice would have been raised. Mr. Byrd said, had tho coal been go ing tr transports In Hampton Roads for bunkering purposes cr for ship ment across the seas, but at this time, when Vliginla's industrial interests? many of thorn essential war Industries ?arc being handicapped by kick of fuel, the practice of curtailing Vir ginia's supply appeared to hi n ex tremely unjust, especially when trie discrimination was in favor of n sec lion of the country no worse on than Virginia. Mr. Byrd said further that the con sumption of fuel ail over tho country is increasing in enormous proportions, in spite of the greatly increased nrr duction. In the conference with the Washington fuel authorities to-day, Mr. Pyrd will probably Insist, on the adoption of his suggestion made some lime ago to the effect that th*? non essential industries should receive a curtailment of coal for th-i duration of the war, so that the essential plants can operate without continually fac ing a fuel famine. ARGUE WEST FEE LAW Norfolk Cnnrf I'lrrku Context Order for I llrfund of IOxeeaa Keen. Argument as to the constitutionality of the West fee bill, passed by the legislature of 1914. was heard yester day by Judge R. Carter Scott, of the City Circuit Court, in the case of the Commonwealth vs. the estate of the iate Alvah B. Martin, clerk of the cir cuit Court of Norfolk County, an' J Jcmos V. Trehy. clerk of the Corpora tion Court of Norfolk. By institutinB the suit, the Common wealth sought to recover from iho plaintiff the excess in fees above that provided for in the West hill. Attorneys for the defendants, how- j ever, contend that the statute in qaes- : tion is a special act rather than a gen- j era) one. owing to the fact that special > exemptions are made in the case of Richmond and Prince George County, j It is also contended that the cla.vd- I fication of cities and counties through- ; out the State is based on the census ! figures of 1910. and for this reason be- i comes fixed for all time, irrespective ; of future changes in population. KEEPS TRIAL SECRET Henrico Mnrclstrnle Decline* to (ilve. Names of Otficern Accused of Speedlnjf. Six officials who have charge of the j government construction worn at Seven j Pines were arrested yesterday by Coun ty Oflicer \V. P. Jones and tried > es- ! terday in Magistrate Sunday's Court, of i Henrico County, on the charge of speed- I ing. What disposition was made of *he cases was not given out by the magis trate. who refused to give tne names of the officials or say anything whatever about the matter. "Injustice!" cried the head clerk, and forthwith spanked The Boss. "You expect me to keep up a high sales record and you ad vertise on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays only. "Do you think Old Man Op portunity is on the job three days a week only? "Don't you want the people in your store on the other days of tho week as well? "Why don't you advertise continuously and systematically and STICK TO IT? Jones & Co.. around the corner, do it?and look at tho difference in the vol ume of THEIR business, "Just one other thing: If you want to reach the real buying public in Richmond, use The Times-Dispatch oosoocooocoooooccccobbccoa "The Shopping Center" g Remnant Day Signifies the disposal of broken assortments of Summer Merchandise at Greatly Reduced Prices in all departments. Visit the store to-day. Redactions in Women's Sweaters Sweaters at half price, Sweaters a quarter to a tiiinl off?so run the new markings 011 a goodly number of garments up for disposal this morning; and all because a size or two is missing, or but few left of a kind. Don't miss it?the Sweater opportunity of the year: Jersey Sweaters at $10 Recently $19.50 and more. Twelve Jersey Sleeveless Sweaters, among which is a hand somely braided one in all black, and another in Copenhagen blue with dots; some with hand made collars of wool. Every one a bargain. Six Fiber KilU Sleeveless Swralcrs, in turquoise, rose ami. reseda; in sash and largo pearl buttons. Recent ly $10.OS. now 37.50. One Pure Silk Sweater, in blue without sash, reduced from ?:55.00 to $2r?.t>0. Sleeveless I'ure Worsted Sweaters, in leading colors and combinations. Recent ly $5.0S, now Pure Wool Sweaters, with wide belts and sailor collars; in seasonable weight; all colors ami black ? just thirty-two in the lot. Re cently ?10.!>S, .v w $7.50. Sleeveless Pure Wool Sweaters, in gold, purple, Kellcy, Copenhagen, rose, gray and navy?purled at the waist?collarless or with sailor collars. Recently $*I to $7.9S, now $5.00. Six Mohair Wool Sweat ers, with belts; in combina tion colors. Recently $22.50, now $15.00. Five Pink and White Shetland Wool Sweaters ? slightly soiled. Recently $10.98, now $5.00. Second Floor?East. :A Whfn looking for n position. first I VV' V PI) F\T 1) A lXJrP t \ nil thr Help Wnulril Ad* In Thf | > * 1\ IV.L/x> I ^Vlo.>? V-U.< 700 W. Hroatl Street, ijlass, Varnishes, Paints. rend Timc-?-I>l?putcli. SlnM Rood poult Ion.* , ? re nd\ertiscd in tbein. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE can b?< reduced. the r?uii> removed ?nd your life prolonised by eliminating the poisona from the system if you drink daily Tate Springs Mineral Water Call Tate Sprlnns Aecnrj, llonl. 161. The Confederate Museum Open Dally from 3 A. M. to 2 P. M. Saturdnys 'J A. M. to 'i I'. M. TWELFTH ANTi CLAY STREETS. ADMISSION. 25c. The Valentine Museum ELEVENTH AND GLA1 STREETS. Hours 13 A. M. to 5 P. M. Admission 25c. Free on Saturdays. SS5^535g?3H8Vgy ROOF GARDEN 0 to 12 P. M HOT I". I. It It'll MOND g t'nder New Mniuicrmrnt Open fc:30 until m!d i nlcht. I.utiles without __ , escort* will not b* ad- \~?l I,nut ShntvlnB? To-l)ny IIESS1K DAltai.SCAM-: IN "BLINDFOLDED" Also Current Invents To-.Morrow? Variety Dill RIALTO "Oil Ka*t llrnntl. ALWAYS A (iOOl) SHOW. Matinee, 10r. Mght, I5c. To-day and To-morrow, a kh A i.in x i: AIIn A it IN it The Woman God Forgot" First Time Shown In Richmond arj These Prices. To-day and To-morrow. Mnlinet*, IOcj Nights, 15c. A it. II. WOODS Present* IIin I'nniou* Brondtvay Success, "THE GUILTY MAN" A Merciless Attack ITpon the Double Standard of Morality. ALSO Ilray's New PIclORrnph. 0DE0N-?EK A Glorious IJoable Offering. Douglas Fairbanks IN "Mr. Fix-It" AND Chester Conklin IN 'The International Sneak' To-d n y-To-morrow?-Ik nn I Prices. (ilatlys Brock well in "The Scarlet. Jtoad" Also, Lonesome Luke in "Somewhere in Turkey" And Colonial Screen Telepram. -,11'ST TWO HAYS MORK A Kenl Wntidur Spectacle TARZAN OK Till', APES Greatest Pictur* Klmo Lincoln E .???r Made. Tllltll.I.S ix TilK .11 NfiMCS! .Matinees, lac; Nichl*. 20c. lose-up Views of Ufe On The Firing Line ! Featuring the mighty huards of War. on the Roof of the World VCVC All N?xt Week, a "? Hero 25 Cent*. Kiactly nn Wnxliinirfon Sees it the Same Week for ?1.00.