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January 10; ''
1 ;9 1 3,
Moved Fifteen Miles 'il.rmiKh Knemy
Lines From November I to ?*?,
Always Lcadlus.
I
GENEKAIj OKDKH BY CItONKtllTK
he liKhtiny tradition:- tlie:r .ather..
i Konoral order tsauool ?>:? .^ovcjnoci ?t
>y .Majur-^^ni'Ml Ailolbort K r??nk h; t^
with pr:do to tao Ca? ' that
three Mrn*%s JLmm ;i ??>
Feints With Prill*; to Woniierful
?Achievement of Virginia Boys i"
Final Days of TerriiU- Struggle
Against iluns.
Showing that tius- \ 'sltua l"?>vs
ind their companion.-? who form um
IMijhtleth division >ave rully
j'he liKhtiny traditions ? >: tlie:r tatner.,
c
point!
the commauciinv s<-ii?.ral !o;' tneirex
cellent w or it during tac strenuous* "?4\s
between Ni^enuu'r i arid Nuvompc-r ?>.
during which l!nu they advanced ove.
fifteen miles ^ rs.: the stubbornly
llfrhtisii; ll'.ni; and captured vast quan
tities of gutis unci large unmoor* <->?
I iribont:
A copy of ' *?e or.ier lias jus: been re
ceived l'v t'ul.'tiel Uoorsfc \\ aytie An*
tierson. assistant city attorney, whose
*011. <Jeor^'-' \N .*yn - Aimers.w.^ .It., los-t
his lite. while lighting with tie
licth. !l :
?'The teigluie;.'.i Division only moves
forward. .
"it not only moves forxvnru again-,
t'.ir ctu'r-.v, lull ii moves (orwarJ tu
the es tiiii.' t :>iii lit" all v. iio :u*o capab.e
of Judyiiit " co.r. a;:c its itr'atlng anil
ltd .aunty -it < t ies.
"in ;hv it .on* tin-. j*-r?oa
JS".jveT?ijo- t' ?? ?' ix !??-.? '?! -vel tor
Viird lit leeii id ?ivc-?. ;? a h tn.les sn
?>..l i..l ' 1: ?' ?
" I *. '' -a. s "I
Hun.-. ? ? oxvry.ir.an
.!> v. ;..- ire sr.m tor
V 'jlMJf.il
"I: captured ?>?'? r.
ever/ Hi a -?'?"? ..ded.
"it '? .i;i'..i(*'*?' oat. -.v.: ?o. e x *.. y
t -n iii?-.- <\ .. i- s '.?! t - <jj:"?:i
i : i f ..1*1! ..?? is ami vt
L. i ? s ?.
j ? .venta
<>: : : :? r.
lite. of
s.ii.ii.t:
i-. olilet
-a :a i;t
and
t-..?e: ie.i -i-. ,
"The ?;!;>:? ?>'? tac .? .rjis and
?. :*Jlf *. .'v ? l!.t:ivic I - c.\ i* rt'SS e?i 1110
fioilox/in.?:
i iutM \ \ ?>i m. ?.i;> i::t \ t.
i:m,iii>!>i> \?*riti:( i vkon
- "Tftlesrain from '.lie: eotnmantl::>S
'fctirra.C l-'iifit An.iy:
?? 'The arin; o j.h.? ? ? do? n\s that
j ou i:ifwrn. i.ie ro ii.v.an.Ifr o? ire
Ja?!ititt!i I ?ix*!s-'.on .?* army cua -
jnsnder'^ appreciation ?? -"'S excellent
vork ti-.irins the battle ??! to-day. He
desires that y ou !ia-- furiiiatit.n
tent to ail vrpuniziUions ?.?: mat .iiv:
blon askirii; far a:x may !>e praettoable
' this night. He r.-ai.aes the strik
ing bloxv your tii.'isa.n has ue.'xcred
to the enemy this d.it-".'
"Telegram fr.>:u ir. eomman
general. Klr-Jt Ain'.y Oor;.s:
?"The corps corr.mancier is pa::: u
iarjy pleased with the ti*rc.stent, in
telligent work aecompl .--he J by your
division to-day. lit- is further desirous
that bis congratulations ...id apprecia
tion reach General Lloyd >!. Brett,
commanding your brigade, xvhich has
fcorne the brunt of the burden.'
"Letter front the- 'omir.iinding gen
eral. First Army Corps:
"*l. iae corps comrnan?5er desires
that yon be informed and '.hat these
&=sder* your command b.-. informed lha.
in addition to other well deserved com
mendatlons receix'ed from the army
commander and the cojjis eommandor,
he wishes to e-tpress his particular
gratification ar.d apjirec'.ation of the
work of your division : roin the titne
it has entered under his command."
KB.ONKHITK HO.\ORKI>
TO COM MA VI) DIVISION'
"It is neccHsarlly a great honor to
be allowetl to comma:,i an organiza
tion which er-r:.s such :ommendailon.
"It is 1:k?'.vi5e a great honor to be
long to su !i an organization.
"I do not i< .*. "...a", tnc future iias
in store tor us.
"If it l>e war. *.ve tnuFi and sha.l
curtain our hor. : and our reputation
by giving o .r be?T ; , . oii,.i.cU the
salvation of v>u- ountr;.
V "If it be r>-*a ? we rnu:.-i vnd il.al!
maintain our r< r-ti'-at: :i :?r.d ::-e bo -or
of our division ui.d th? .-.rmy. a
diera of the area: est eour ' ry mi ea.-th.
and a3 risht-tr.indcd, ;-v f-respe~ltrra
men.
? The Kigl.tleth IjIx is:on only moves
forward."
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS
GET BACK JOBS WITH CITY
Jlvrr% Will 11(11 I'nlity of Itein
itiallns ,/j'irpi!.. |i' mill I'ollcfinfii
?X'ho "t\ Mil ?<> 1\ nr.
tri '.in-; ?? .*? .<?? ?" .istate
<. . .'(?; iii? ? i .?;?*. .. i : ? :i.? ;? v.
. C ?? i. A-II..IU .M.
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t ?-r... ? . - : 'I i
t:-^} \'j mi. nn-i. I'.r-. 1
J .si t .i'.r.
'i in.lit;.
Iii<jn
h". u; s. l : i . .. >. i '? i ? ? ?
t>: i?;! <! >? .-.I.. , r *, ? ? i
<ps; ti i?-.i ? .1 >. t ? . ? n ??.
t 'il v '?.?c.
\Vi*i.:irn ]! H. . y ? . ... u:. I
Oil!) ol.i-'l al;i?i<: >.???.' ?l?>li- * >1 ?- ?
pa .hi. I! ? ? < ' 1 I > ?'
???*<! i .i ' ?
C!ijrU x ' i' ? I . . . .
? fcohm " i" ? i ?li>- : ?
V.'tfro f:v. .. v;i.-amies in the Klre De
partment > ? ? i" ' ? - I 1'iime.J -
Jltlj.lx l-i ??r?t ? ;* i ?
-'-C bron.t'h: u,. ?> ' . ' r -.indai 1
oi etiicn-: i-;, A ? ?;? : ? : ? t
t'otm slirlibl :>!.? .i ? i? i i.'-x -j'
V joy fiCK of it !l ?: l-'ire I'.-.n . I -.
men are :n f-..- : ?? I'...
p-* MWi irt!! .?!>: :?...S ??>" ..!?
*ti no xv ?? . e be UK I pen X'tf
Kciurning *v < x.-ji ? .it : r >m
. dvpai liiK-ut
1 ANOTHER PIZZIN! VICTIM
. ?
P |.|fc InKiiraiirr (<mi|iaii? I.n^r, ^uii
Agaltifct llni.l. In lt?-?Miver )>!".
e'"* (Hll> In .\iitnrii>iM I :i*e.
'X i V e ? ?
Doclslon again.-: tin- r. t- Insuran e
Company of Virginia, u ?..., A:ne: -
felt ft N'a tn ?. !'? ' *??
55 7.000 paid \\ i ?' /. ...
RP alleged t?r?<-<! ? . ?
fij MndorcJ by Judge W.'.i.un A. -M . a
t, ^ure In Char.eei ;? Co..rt.
The insuram-e ? ?. . .? ? r./
klnl money upon a n # .1 f l: .ad
Sf. Street property. The i v. .1 u.;.
ndtnltted to rvc.rd 1 ir ?. ?> 'i . i
}?: , he loan xvic r. \ : -. 1 . ?
U I in'l fled frow llh-iin>i>:id !?? ?:. >
i .?'?17, When pay men: ..f i
j \oppe?i the lire ia-u: a r.e.'! .-.;n;i-. -
Llf: -vered the fo. g-.ry.
g-:- " "Then an attempt xvri . :m.uI t . .. .
??' ,er mt.iiey front tl ? .an;.
the check i.? it iia.i ... ? , -i
lo the W. B. i'iz^itil ;
'by- it. but placed to the m. i. I . ,
individually.
Jgillespie gets one year
<'%egro Clmruced With < iiMIiir Vmilher
Will i'arr ltobbrrj- <.'hjirj;?- \\ hrn
Term In t p.
/?',? 8,viventer Gillespie, colored < h:irn.-d
? jrith using hie razor upon the ;?rsor.
' X}1 John McCllnton, also colored, xv -j
yesterday sentenced to twelve month*
r/lft Jft]l and fined $5 by Judge lt:eiia:d
r??^ in Hustings Court.
Then Sylvester gets through with
i bit he will face a charge of rob
Jf>* in the same court.
?_____ -*
M?rrla|r UfMiuMi,
Jey "V7. Wood (.?-H, Norfolk.
ogene Boneniary Uaxvlieroxe (J' . !(;? h
?ad,
V?
krl J. Fox (Jl). 8yr*? UHf. N. \
BtlU B. Sxre?t (11), Illehmond.
ind P..Clay <U>. Itlehm??nd.
'iltt ?. CJarvls (.24). itlctirnoiid.
Richmond Events
in Paragraph Form
Current Local News Told
BriejIff tor Benefit of
Busy Readers.
Jam** r?. \yuliter. it|;;y Sunday s advance
*>;?!.. sum.k b.-foro the UU-hmotul A<1- !
1 L k Ihi* afternoon!
I at, tnc Husiuets Moils Club. u;?
will bo ??UliI> Sunday and Publicity." j
Statistic* recently compiled show that up- :
i-roxin-a t?dy employe".-- of Ameri
can railrv'ad i.nes joined the milltarv or
naval icr\ lies during the war. Sonic of
lily raliroa<!s Richmond are on
.til* list. i nf.s.ip^ak" ami uhio, -.170: \t
Unt.e I'oant l.lnc. |ll<-huiond. Fred- :
? r! U.-curg and Potomac und Washing toil
.'?v>u;h<-rn. _???: Southern. r>.4?7; Not'oik ^nd
ester:,.
Itiibbl K. X. CutUeh will prea.-h at iteth
Aha bah Temple at y :If. o'clock to-iupht on
I he lleatton of Bill) Sunday** Succetr"
1o-morrow MornltiB hu *ubj. et will bo
U hose Fault?'*
ShocUoe Oounell. N*o. S3.'.. rioyal Arcanum,
n.is installed the following officers; r.-ircnt
>. 1>. tlanis: vi, e.regent. I,. \v. Should -r.
vr;''?*?"?. Utlb. rt: i>a:t rodent. ,lo>eph
Ilickt-r^tan. Jr.: secretary. fortcz v.
.'ones; collector. Ueorg* S. Uarnard; trea
surer. i, v. slmrnon>: rliaplain. .1 c\ CSU
bin; jsulde. K. Hill; warden. \V. it. 11'arn* 1
-entry. K. Hi'l: trustee. llnrry Kemp.'
? d musician. William Wolfe. ;
hop** li? hold out for the recovorv
r.yland il. Llvar.a. son of .\|r. !U?| ^jr!; .
i. . of 1!,:* >l-?ury Street. South
It.-tinionvl. Mho \va crushed between two
i.rir.y tru.-ks a: Hampton. The young man's
... '.iv*. .. at his bvdahlv. lie had been a
? ei".V." ? Coast Art! 1-ry Corps at !
' -l*V Monro--, but recont|y was dis
iu..v.*. i hid tul.-;-. a ;.o?ition a? truck
? ir.\'r govcranjent work a*. Hampton.
r ur*l-. -r t>o?.:;;on"ni?'iit of the hearing on
^>e rue of th-.- State Corporation Cummls
ncatnst the Wat hlngton-Old Oomini-in
-tai.-Aa> Com par. j haj been '!--nlc--l th** ?le- '
,",lU;.n: cort>or;?iloi by th- commission.
? nd th-.- l'?an:iE tvi.: take plnc--> this mom
? Z at i o ciora. at whi- h time it will
- det"r ;"...:ied whether or not the rai'
? ay ??.>!:ipan> i- bo lined for fallur'-;
.<> tr. prove its trael; and electrical eijuip.
D..vp T.o.ipo n*o a. r a. \r.. win
<V"e^ tA-niRht at th.; ,\|a?or.
: . at which t.iit Hr. W. W. Moore
il. Winter. ? j.>ay for the har?
.h? lirues*"^.0)! S.ksv'at,
Th- M.-a of a . ,.j .mualty kit.-h-n U naln
*4, v * * a ?? > ro<-rh->id i:i R!ihino:;-I r.itiori;
n-i-o,;-;. pers. Mr.-. .Malvern i". Patterson ,
'.J -*'.i *?ie won.en of the <-ity th*.* r?
... her reront Ifnest!patlon.-? of j-ue
??.u! <v-mmu!iity itlt-lior.j which arc bo.
< >T condu te-1 tr. N -r York :?! a In;
? .-lerr.inr In l?o..rs?
t . Hotel .Jofl?r?o;i The ineetinir will b*
V ' 'r o?si?pes of the home dern
1 '>!' 7 " '"iilent.! !*t whirh n-->
.u 'n ''' ' P'?ve In Kiohniond
' ?^'er.ty-iour hour. entlitiK' lait
driver who ran
? ! I '-I. lO.nr-d. r,;. th.. >rar.
S; roc t \ laouo;. Welnvsl^v evo-C.r.r
GOOD ROADS m"eftimg
OPENS HERE NEXT WEEK :
Governor r>avU. ^lnT?r Ainslir and v
I.upton \mnns 'I'linic W ho
ill Speak.
. Tiie VJrsr'nla flood r.oci? Arsoi-In
?ion will : o'ri j-s eiKht'n anntiitl win
? t-r?:*^n a: -,5^J.rI>nV8* Hotel on January
>?. l.i and 1^. iho address uf woi
??ome will oe delivered by Mavor
?ii.K- Asnslt- i.-sri'jr.&'i -in behalf <-.f
'. ?" t !on v. ;;| be rr.adc bv T,.
i^ijjr.on. cf the State Corpor.tt!on ?'oi?i
'."i,,s-?1 '.j *'ov"r"l>r Westmoreland I>av:s
? i.i artdrj-ss? the conve.ulon r.n "K
Jr? .Hipnway Improvement in Vjr
i .r.io. Motor r?r.rcc-!-post route* -v'li
I'.-r dls.-Ui '1 by .J. !. ]:*.,.i:s>.
'?j-:rTh asslrtant I'osin'.a-jjo-.r;
aftfrr.oon s'.-.-i :? of tl-o " tlrn;
-.ay \c..l ho .id-Ire. sod by sti'.c Tli^h.
' *.-ty t. onimissioner Oolonitn, *.*.'ho
? :-."!ss the way* *i:nl o'
Btructlnr the "St:. t? Highway Svs
??m. and by p.. n. A!lporr.' whose
nenift will !?'; the attitude of t!;o an- ?
":notj..e owner tOM.init: h;plir/.tv ;:ti
?-rovor-e-'. t" i] P^g-e will. ;.t i
? :)f- rr.orj-.:r..sr "rs'i'-r <-f the veoon-l d*tv.
. i.ocue for the er-n
-?jy-:.*i -A r--i : .-y.sicm iiien
or.ed. and i- I: Uyla.-.d. nar.affer of
-V" ?' I'l-mmcr." .
... ; ? *'.*? cj* <?-!;(.n rais-i-.j; fn.I
u-m? taX f?r bu,WlnB ro?d syS: |
I'.-. T. IV II ';11 ftp.: <? on'
Ur;,'.V! -ctato?. 'I'ttbil
iie.il.a serv.ee. u .-??peai: i.' "H?--.-i!t'
:?'-d ?;.->od KoadB ' and .Icxsa JoneH
on il'." i. .*>!'-? ?r Kxprw."
/' f-'ressnKin i 'A ?- :t - - ?. , *j f Hocky
wii* j-- . j.erts r."'
*? 't*?-*??. i ion? for
.phvvHy improven;-:)? ' Captain' T\ S?
; v ? chi^f or.c : iv.-rod State?
1 urea-j of Pub lb-. Itoads. v, 11 tell of
<!i ? odand vf t.- i
to w ithstand modern tranic. s I,
' ' 1 ' S-f'i. of ? .e S- a H:jr"--,V;? ?
I 'epartn-et t. v. 51* on "Ma i- -<ur--.
'lit P.oudh ?
MISS SALLIE A. anderson
HEADS memorial SOCIETY
< fnfr?ler;ii?- 1.!t^r.ir? Orr'ini/t|!i*m
i>.?M*^r?* f'? fv?r f.ft
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for
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houi h . r-"y?X< ?? }?<?>?? r+K* fit!
? ' . ??? " W i: f'oiinor. re.
iIru?*\Vii7iani <*'7, Pjl ^wfcreli r. ?er t
i KiivMon '?"** regent:
?; . ' ' I for.?? ?; r
- ' Hmiap "if,, [l.y,
1 '^vlor BiiylKo0"- 'c:!,vr v.-?^;'r 1
aged woman HIT by car
H. ??. \?l,ieyr>?7v"er.M M
v,;r w?
?M. ? n
?Sit II11.
Hi In
/ r ^? ? ; J I j Ut. 't* ? ,, .
' fI. irj ;t* < t , ,, y (:;t j u
r' ' J r..111 -V.,I", "V^l'l'al ?i,f.*
"f belnV /truck Uv aM ll??
rday afi-,,- . ? ?:ro.-t car
O ?:?!?!{. ?"?ortJy .di,.r
, Ak!iby i
Sill.,.;' tv,, ,.",VS ?1'
|n : 101,t of her
flit- failed ?tr?jck. ,
'???: known, it
: ?al tb?,t h',.. ? at tlto
lhi, "-V- c;:::1:" 'ii'1 '?????
?vr
'>Sloii was jM-rforined ???ri u." 1n
? nir. U. . eonf1. tlon u -. - "ven- j
" ' !?< ? r. a It In,in-1 ? r,'f'-r,"6 favor.:
u---- >'?.Jd a-; ha?dlcai*toA?-'1v*n,;cd **" i
? to t.?;r recovery.
BELIEVE BODY IN RIVER
TO BE LYNCHBURG GIRL'S
Itelatives of Missing Christine Ford
Think She Disappeared in
This City.
TRY TO IDENTIFY CLOTHES;
Soar on Toe May Result in Partially ?
Clcnrinp Up Traced;-?Xo News i
Conic?, From Konnokc Man \Yiio
Senivhes for Sister.
Two relatives yesterday expressed >
the, belief that the body of the woman i
found at Wcstham ton days ago is >
that of Christine Ford, twenty-year- j
old Lynchburg girl, last seen in Rich- i
:nond on December 14.
Positive identification of the dead ;
woman as Christine Ford was not es- i
tablished. but a brother and brother- j
in-law of the Lynch burg girl are at- ?
tempting to learn whetner the clothes ?
here arc those of their relative.
On one of the dead girl's toes is h
thin scar, coinciding with a mark upon
one of Christine Kurd's toes.
This peculiar scar may serve to
positively identify she body. 10. K.
Wade, of Richmond, brothor-in-law
of the Lynchburg girl, has viewed the
corpse at Nelsen's morgue three times
and, according to his statement yester
day. he is further convinced the body
Is that of Ills relative. The brother
from Lvnchburg visited the morgue
yosierdaj and declared that the hands,
head and feet of the dead woman
(Mostly resembled those of his missing
sister.
WADti SAW MISS FORI)
IIKItU WITH SOI.UlKltS
Mr. Wade told the. police that he was
surprised to see Christine Kord in
Richmond on December 14.. He met
her with two soldiers and another i
woman at Nineteenth and Grace !
Streets, but, according to the authori- j
ties, the girl avoided speaking. She
has been missing since, that date, no |
news of any nature having been heard :
:?ro:n her.
No word has been received from the i
Roanoke man who viewed the body j
Wednesday and expressed the opinion ?
that the body was that of his sister.
Ho returned to Roanoke Wednesday,
statir.jr lie would get more detailed
information regarding the description
of his sister.
It is oxpectetl that the Henrico Coun
ty authorities will have a chemical
analysis of the contents of the dead
woman's stomach made in an effort to
determine whether ?-he was poisoned. |
The manner of the woman's death
lias been one of the problems that has
been an obstacle in the way of the
authorities. Coroner J. Fu'mer Bright
would not say definitely that she had I
iied from drowning or that she had
been murdered, as there were no marks
of violence upon the body.
MONEY FLOWS INTO CITY
THROUGH POST-OFFICE i
I'oMnl Order* Iterrlved Acurrcrate '
82,420.1 la.OO, A eniimt Snnr..OS-l.34 I
>ent Out IJurinp; 1U1?>.
Much more money canic into Rich- I
mond through post-oflico money orders',
lust year than went out through this |
channel, according to figures compilud ;
at 11*v- post-oliice yesterday. The sunt i
"f S U. t 113.C0 was teceived. as against !
.>4..".4 sent out. In other words, i
the balance ot trade was decidedly in
Richmond's favor. Both these amounts
were decidedly in excess of respec
tive figures for 1917. although the num
ot money orders issued that year
was greater tiiun in the year just
past.
The Postal Savings Rank here has
not kept pace in growth witn the other
post-oJJict: departments, although it has
shown an increase in deposits. De
posits by individuals during l&l.S
amounted to $34.3t?9, as against 531,
im IS! 7. Deposits troni other post
masters amounted to $205,u:i.2<> in
1 "J 17, and 5236.&19.17 in 151%.
STATE WILL PROTECT BIRDS :
tisimc Drpartmrnt Tnkrw Step* In Feed 1
find shelter l-'owln Muring
Severe Wentlter.
The Department of <;arr.o unil Inland
Ftl.vr.'-- is undertaking a propaganda'
carnpi.ig-; ror ?-i- protection of game, j
s,>r.g and insectivorous birds during ,
i:i" remainder ? >! the winter. Slnr.it- :
ia-icou:-!y came ;i request from the Au
dubon Society of Virginia for a pro
t-( program for tiie song birds,
and a letter Irom I".. M. Prlnkaid. game
?vardeii of Appotu.ittox County, telling
o:' ,i pi in to I.Kiu ? the game birds. |
Commissioner l:m.->o!y is interested in j
both t?/ the extent fiat he is sending i
.. circular letter about these matters
to all jrame wardens.
'1'he commissioner is encouraging the
feeding and housing of birds during
?ny severe wc-ather that this winter 1
: 11 a > bring.
M?*. Drstikar?l explained his housing
plan as loiiows:
?'! am ?.:aktng arrangements with
pi'i!i.:iient janntrs who are fond of
bird-hunting to feed and house birds
.n ? .t ue nu\i: hiiow to remain on the |
vro'iii'i any length of time. What I |
? i,i!. i>y homing i.s to tind out where j
,i .?o\.,y lives arid cut houmi line brush j
and reiki a shelter and feed them un
<!( tiie brush. i shail work hard to
have ,i.> much of this done a^ 1 can." I
KIDD FACES TERM ON ROADS I
Man dial \ted nt Mnuntnn \un
llt-ld in <'lienlerllcld
?Inll. i
Leo K:d(J, who was brought to the i
? .??'< Mield ? ? j it ii * > Jail >????!, rday from |
J-' i'jM" , wl..-re lie iiad been acquitted j
i ? w : -transporting charge, will i
? ( ?.?).;>( !.<-(| to serve a four months' i
'a ':.??(? >:u tin- roads. The sentence '
.i hau'i"d down in the Ch*terlleid
ult ? "ourt last spr'.iiVi but was
;i(-i. led when Ividd promised to rc
."(?( tn urn joined the army.
P. ? understood that l\idd has been
?i.. < 0 i.y l.i.*> attorney to retain in
.mi:\ (ii.ii.rin ai.d thai the military
( <? ?? .??y will b ? ankt .1 to intervene.
Kbi'l wc-.H arrested near Staunton |
(??ne':!iie ago alter a race between
? a: it,'i that occupied by prohi
i. c. olllcers.
EXPECT 600 WOUNDED MEN i
? ?
Nfiv ? ontliiKrnt i;*|??*clrd lo Arrive at \
\\ <-M Im in pi on fl(m|ii(nl From
\rt\|iori Tii-llny.
About c.'jO wounded soldiers are e.\
p.-cicd to arrive at Debarkation ll?s- I
pital, No. J>&, We?tliampton, at s o'clock '
. morning, from Newport News, ac- !
?:>idii(g to word received last night '
f: o:a the :?e rge;i a I - ma jor at Wcsthamp- |
V< hterday there were but thirty men
at boMpital, the remnant of th>- I
* r.: r <I ( oiil ingent of eativ* dt tailed to ]
'?'.'(?! t ha m pi on. Major j William ?'?. <};?!- j
brcnih n?ih H'l<'ce?-iled Mntor A. H. ;
< rui.iiie. fortner cuintnaiider of (he
WeiOhamplort life- pita I, who lias re
: in .'ieil to Ronton.
ALDERMAN MITCHELL ILL
FrlrndM Aiiilnuia Oirr III* lonillllnn.
I Irrk Jlrllmtfll ItclurnM lo l>ut>
al i Itr Hall.
Alderman John J. Mitchell is very
111 with Influenza at bis home, 1X23
Hanover Avenue. Friends around City
Hail were anxious over his condition
yesterday when it was said that he
would probably have pneumonia.
AJfred II. McDowell, City Clerk, who.
it was feared, al?m had influenza, was
again at his desk yesterday after a
two-day absence.
Milliard Tonrnrjr Heoren.
In the amateur tournament s*. His
kinn's Milliard Parlors hiftt nlf.nl Rur
rusn made a score of 100 to Rrown's
!oi High runs were; Hurruu*, 10; I
JJrown, 10.
"Work or Resign,"
New State Policy
Governor Da^hmMH^e
Plain Talk With Trus
tees This Month.
ell eo i , " , " <"? Governor's
lisc.n.J :?', " tiov""" I .'avis
tHim ? J?M,t conference of tl,e
House of VlegatoL V???. J1?11.. of
Uiehmond, at ii ovi.w.i
morning, January 23 for 11 1,,u,sd?.v
oi (lisoussinii tirobtoinu *? ^purpose
economical institutional^-01" 1,1 an'1
an,l inanugomt'iit, a\uJ u.'^v'P1'0"
co.,n5?m vfC }I>UI lie feel,
dure?tlirouK i the J1 confer
a? 'SMsa1'*vJss
^?th.,Y.r.nr",l.bVr ,th?
be-1ween them andtlie"i'?vU,0,,s.* :l",,
lice?deiinite and ?r ??.. V01'"01* 8 of" :
be derived. uctical benefits can
hidd?S r:ifller "iiositi v e*' P? v?rn? r Davis
the duties of' the in.nlVJ.8 /yarding !
or .i board of visitors ,rUnal?,,,,fm\'er
? 11 tut ion. and t)iit i?i ? . hi
as?*? K^&7pv&g?.ar. ?
.nKss, aSr;rs,i %,
subjects lie will dijMiuis'Vt01??." ai"',M,?
ad m in is'! rat j v|'U othVr ^of^'n v ?r folV''
b" 14'''"l?eV.^eUes'U|?3 SHt " I
attend the con Terence asked lo
m?\lng or its k U,c ,,rsl
marks uT^ i
^".mwionn'i ?: ?
om"eS and? I'tor-'-a'1 l<i thc
pected y? 'lttciulance is ex
RAILWAY~MUsTPAYy3.000
FOR CONDUCTOR'S ASSAULT
Southern Anneal in. w
WoT'?'
>\ateh I n? pro tor.
I-oSsfUtoa g^nt'l KwP,r,em? Court of An
?ippeal of the .Sotitliern? Panr?r ?" 1,10 '
p.my against l i.-r" , Railway Com
cision of the rircult rv?i??? ?'n a ,5e- ?'
;;iie c,, osa.?'.?'?,-.!
asss'.ajnr .ssSW?
V" *??
for Injuries oauLd by , !!1, 1,abl* '
the corporation dur ni ,Y "Bonta or
Kovernmen control, a' simnar^i* ? ? ?f :
was rendered hv ?>,A i ,llar decision
Ai?;?oals o"Anssis5,p;VParC^? C?Urt of
ago. ??a?i!>sippi a few months ;
5nJ'Yn0u,?atBr^nTa,i?.h V,?I"!ctor work- !
tract w |? a OhVlVirtUe of a co"
a??W?^^?pw,iis,4!
t.o crive t*1 ?? i/\r **t.d a faro, hut refused ?
U.? VaJ?"nser '*? '
Taylor sivoTihai L ^ watch-ftxer. 1
fare and accepted hJ al ,y "ald
?'."celpt, b i, t t hat t f tcr warn n?Iy Cash
duetor beat him (,v?r .if ? e con
Ms punch and dricired hi Qii'., wi'b
'<>? aisle arni f ,i"' lbrouah
^ frIenrfs. woijId '"have0 ,!',lcr^^ne"
:rom the train Th-f thrown hin?
conilictine. but -si *,fle!itlmon>- was
"ailway rested hi? en !t0rnoy for
to the declaration al! " a ''""'"rrer
fensea. un' ?m?n- other de- j
cn5??a^a'7t:sid|T,e coJ-no'--^, marl, ha,i no
f.iuse of action was on''Vt" >,S cCe ,ho
u:ri th.> railway !?!, V 1A,a'oh 's. 1318,
J?.y ?!- kovernrnint n ov""
?o pr^Tdi?B year Tl'i trial /
Kr it ,hc 'Icmiirrer -mrl it. . w,rt
(?ring suntafned t?\. ,?. - s- . action
111 doub:lr"? ,ii^Jl'V?^prc,V<i f'ourt I
the r'ourt of Vm e'-.V^I'^titfons to,
The Supreme V^t;V. ?,,\,h,s noint '
ed a n<-*v tria; i>i ?],, "'Appeals grant
'?on wealth aca s ''t- 7,^,^ *'o?n. !
Stevenson. j\ ,!urk:J. J. U\ i
hoad and Will;??? . ! 4 VWhite
vi-ted i? 'r *J;" ?"rks. Co?
bridpe County -W . , "l,rl "f p'Oel!.
? llCReil illep.i j n'ilirlr t'i ,.195S* ,V,r
fenpe wan a 10 alleged of.
CONTINUANCE OF ECONOMY
COAL URGED BY DILLON
""'VT,:.,., '-?;i s?y,
.John c. r,iMr,?
'""1 aduilniKtrat'.'.r 'V?r''l;,"r ? T'V(I ( r;'!
nouneed vesr.....j v'reinia. an- i
i horized d< al. r' ! i, i,A !.lt ,le 1,:"' ?u
'?"K roal on ,';tvr, anthracite
liberty t<> lua'v.- ? ft i (V* 'hey ;i re ;ii
of 50 per 0 '"I, deli v.; rie.y
"Xii and oaf-third n"*' "S ? ' w'?*third.->
ronl. "" bock Wheat
liveries a<e i .. de
been fiir.-fVfii, n bnve already
?he r t e.niir. r<-?" of
well as liiose wlio i, CO;l'? a
tneir r,i? per e?-r< . ti a "ot received i
Mr i ?: i ? . . ?' ? if,? lili'ii t.
'Vin laki'n 'l,V '1 !,:V t!'ls ac,lon
a'-tion ??f the rni'ie.V?? ? '"r r?cem
ifiltii**:ra t ioii ror?ov ,,-r ;V('S f,Krl f"'
nn.ihe ?-!,|pm,.nt it\ ' letions
lll.fi ?' '.S.V (> I -n coal.
more rnelv thn.uV .*?' .. "''talned
thft stove mid nii"t s:?!?.? 'Suie tha"
M r. I>:1 Jori ip'f'/.t
ocoi,?f,.y i? I ;lf. of c.f'"Vnua,nce of
declare tli;i| '"'hraelte, and .
C-J,'?. pea and buckwlie-t ?
v/ill save from ... !' consumer
ton by liuvinir t, '.0 '1 pc~ j
making the" mi ,tUre MI',S"at,on ar"l j
HANOVER FARMERS MEET AT !
COURTHOUSE TO-MORROW
* ?" ? ?..r.
'*Ki*iciilttirlftiN,
This will h<
'ok In Virginia aero.vin"for filrni- :
f raw ley. at;ri.ultiir I . ,'? '<?
"Sent oi the mL'1'1'1, '{"lustrial
read, who has just reifir. i #" Ua"
tr'v up the line \t, V'i? i fr'-?m a
thit tht, farmer's ,,r ih/f; .,;?y ??*llovos
?..r'r ^SSSUKS."."! i
MVMAmumiMwMm;?
That Are Creating the Best
Shopping Days of the Winter
at the 44Shopping Center"
The January Sales
of 1919
The store itself is in a won
derfully favorable position to
set a fitting record at this be
ginning of the New Year.
Merchandise for the January
Sales of 1919, secured through
plans that brought price ad
vantages throughout well
rounded out stocks, places em
phasis upon these events as
making opportunity of the
first order.
These sales include Women's
Muslinwear, Household Lin
ens, new fabrics of Cotton,
Bed Sheets and Pillow Cases,
etc., in assortments quite as
extensive as at any time here
tofore, and as favorable in
prices.
To-Day's Rem
nant Sales
From the shopper's view
point, these will be better sales
than any since winter began.
Because stock rearrangement
now in progress throughout
the store has brought to light
lots of good merchandise which
many, many small and broken
good storekeeping demands
must be cleared out, and
quickly.
No, we shall not attempt to
list the special things on sale
which constitute in themselves
your best reasons for shopping
at this store this morning.
There's much to be seen that's
interesting, and to save by
buying.
MILLER & RHOADS.
their lands than in any former year,
and that the sweetening: of the soil
will result in great crops.
Karmer3 of llanover County will hold
a meeting at the county courthouse to
morrow, and have written Mr. Crawley
that they wish representatives of his
department sent lo the meeting to dis
cuss Uie lime question. Mr. Crawley
will attend himself and will have an
other man with him.
The C. & < >. announced yesterday
that arrangements had been completed
?? r the construction of l.irj-o lime bins
jit Oordonsvllle. Charlottesville and
Louisa. It is practically certain a'.?- ?
that lime lepositories will he located
at Frederick Hull, Heaver I ?:uit.
man, I'eake an'l Klicr.-on. Toe matt'?
of locations along the James Uivr
division and the Virginia Air Line will
he taken up at an early date.
A meeting to discuas the lime prop
osition will l>* Nel.l at Orange n< .vt
Sa t urday
A department .if markets has been
Inaugurated hy the ?'. t>.. and \vi..
he under the supervision of -Vr. Craw
ley. This division of the agricultural
work will give farmers necessary in
formatiuti as to how and where to ?"??!!
their products. The list of farri i-ts
to receive this service now number
2,200. and the department expects to
enroll every farmer on the C. <Sc O.
lines.
Hilly nnd >ln Sunday
x?-i11 have great news for you ever;,
day of their six weeks' stay in l:ich
i no ml in The Kichmond Times-J >is
patch. Six weeks' subscription, $1.35
The Confederate Museum
Open Dally from 9 a. tl. 'o 6 y.
Faturoavs V? A. M. to : P. M.
TWELFTH AND CLAY JTKKKTSi.
? ADMISSION.
The Vaientine Museum
KlfVfnth anil <.'l?v Streets
Admission l^rre
Open from 10 A M.-5 I'. M. ? Soturdav*
'?cm to a M -3 p M.
V He t tint .showing 'I'o-Dav.
5 Mine. I'KTHOVA
\ "Tempered Steel"
? An Hn<hraUing Story With a
? Surprise Finish.
; A I.?1>I5D,
JJ lllg V Comedy mid llenrnt Ncwft. J
ACADEMY?Mon. & Tues.
.Matinee Tuesday,
The Carlojn .1Innle.il Coined;
The Captain and the Kids
1'IUCKS?Popular Matinee, 25e nnd
.%(><?; .Night-*, 2T?e to $I.UO.
?
| ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Saturday I Saturday |
2 OOIIAN Ac IIA RRIS Present
| Fit ESI! FROM TWO YEARS IN NEW YORK. g
J RIG CHORUS OF YOUTHFUL BEAUTIES, g
2 OVER ?0 IN THE COMPANY. f
jg SPECIAL "GOING UP" ORCHESTRA, p
I PRICES: Nights, 50c to $2; Matinee Saturday, 50c to *1.50. |
5 BLUES' DANCE ill dancing >
HOTKL. RICHMO \ 1) )
Benefit of the Blues Overseas ? y? jo to 12 i?%eninBB -tf
< Mine. IIERXONDEZ \ ; > Ma"C "* * ?rc,,r",T" #
v Noted I larefoot Dancer
i Music liy
? CAM!' LEE .1A7.7. HAND
* tJ.
s Saturday Night, .Ian. 11 >
31 S:30 {
Admission, 50c \
REX?To-Day
FRANK KEENAN in
"MOHE TROUBLE"
("Jiarllo Chaplin?"The Cure
^S^COC^^UCOa^OO^iCCO^^OCOCCCOCCOGCGOOCOCCGCOSCCCCS
8 U
Triple
Show
v ?To-l>ay and To-Mnrrmv?
?> Mais,, l.'te; Night*, 18c; Ta.v, 2c.
|
(Who Never Fakes)
1 "Treat Tfii Rough"
? ALSO
j|* Lonesome Luke's Newest ami
New War Review
| i I *3? More 1)
K All Seats, 2i!c; Tax, Jie.
Just Two
Days
To-Day, 8
IIIdUUSo-MoV. |j
11 HAL TRIPLE TREAT ^
Mats., I :ic; Tax, 2c; Nights, 18c. S
TEN SCREEN FAVORITES
IN
?
?ALSO?
1
1"
Chester Conklin?Myrtle Lind
8 IN
k
6
I
I
a
ii
Admission
fifi
ictograph A
^
Again g
I BH To-Day and O
HBl To-Itfor. ^
, 18c; War Tux, 2c. ^
rra c
FROM
Louisa May Alcott's Delightful
Story of Characters Who
Will Livo Forever.
William A. Brady Production
\ 6 B E 0 N?First Time Anywher s at 10c, To-Day, To-Mor?0 B E 0 N ?
^ CHARLIE CirAVLIN In "SllOULDEK ARMS" i'
ALSO
SENSETT STARS in "HER FIRST MISTAKE"
Next
8 SPECIAL?NEXT WEEK
ft WITH
1 Theda Bara
? W ILLIAM FOX SUPER
PRODUCTION
You'vo Never Scon Anything
Ltko It?Don't Mias It
CJREAT DOU
|% Week ^
J RLE RILL VET b
. p k
km S. Hart |
IN !J
8
? 8
?ALSO
'Fatty' Arbuckle
IN
CAMPING OUT"
'livo Wonderful Features

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