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PAGE TEN ?mani $ir(nnonJ> ?mc^Pi^pafcJj January 22^ 19 13 PLEAD F1 TEH'S Plf TliTtv Administrative Ito.uil >1 ?*m bcrs Appear Hefmc .Miiamo Com mittee of City Council. CITK ACTION" OK CI!UT!T (Ofltl Matlor Will lie TIio2n>ii^IiI> Taken l'p at a Special Mooiin>; to lit" licit! Witli <"ity Attor.u-v ;n ;l I'litutv V Date. .Claiming tiin: th<> should l*? paid salaries uiit:. the *?:??? of ISM? ?????..>it^?? they wcr? < .1 t">?r :i tern. .verlnu that period as well ;ts the y?a:s tlioy itave already served. Former 'Contnilh* si oners He ok. and Koikes, of the Administrative Board; which was ousted on tht- lirst o:' tlu year by the now charter anuruhr.ents. appeared bo fore the Committee bit Finance of the City i.'ouii 11 last i;;ght ar.l asked ih.it tlic committee recv:i:nend the payment of these salaries Mr. Folkes, as spokesman for the three said that he ? .1 n ?*. atta.'k t!?e ?validity >t* the a. t w -ii-.-Ii created the n??\v fonr of city government. hut state.i thi' the salaries wore lotalSy ami justly da- and tl.:t ' ? ? Men: ? al question ? i-i just been passed on by the dr. utt Court the A'.vah Martin ie. ? s.' The issue i:i that case, Mr Koikes a.*?err? ? ? - ' .i: ? : no ttTo.'i .hat .c . ? -a as *\ .?.< void, t~ i - a * ' -i Mr Ki '. s ;-.-ked that the eommlitctf adopt a rMOlullon .. - ? let fee Adr: ' -tra' ? *S v?r.i ? :? . r The Committee on Finance discussed the question generally and decided that it Would ^o thoroughly into the mat u-1 t a - ? * " ? v - - t .? be. he M witt ;fc-< ey. BIG AUDIENCE SEES REV. SILLY SUNDAY EXCORIATE EVIL ONE ? *o:ui Kr - Ki~st I'agc.' picture of the >??<;. i I; ver i:. Lee. pa\* mm.t:\nrn Titiui i t-: n> i.i.m.hu i.v:t: "lie was a general without arro usthev." '<no!ud' 1 Mr. Sunday, "a soldier without cruelty; vict ?: with out oppiv-Mon: a friend without treachery, a toe without halo a Christian without hypocrisy; a man without guile. lie was a Caesar with out his ambition: a Frederick with out his tyranny. I.to was a Napoleon without iii.s egotism. and a Washing ton without his m ward. U wotiderfu". man that he was!" A great delegation of busines- wo men from all ??ver the city arrived early las: night and quickly tilled hundred.- of seats in the Auditorium and naileries. Mr.-. William Ashcr spoke for a few minutes following th. preliminary song service. explaining lcr v. ? rk and what -ho was accompli? hing in the eltv among business women. 1,1'M H FOH III >1NI? WMMI'.N \t makn'i n si it?;i:r ? hi i<? " Lunch will tie served to-morrow and Priilay in the annex *.?! St*, nth Sticot Christian Church to all business wo int*ii who cns*<' t ? n?nu' l?cluovm in* liour- ?1 ?? ?" K V M .tini - o'clock P. M. Mrs r will talk ;o tile girls during the interim of )unt'h-' , , <? .V, A delegat ? ? ? 11 of ? 'r t*? <?><?'? ??? t n< Structural Steel Company was a.so present :.o:t nigh and the members of ;?>.? W; son Mothers Club of the Methodist Institute. '?'.od bless the mothers." said Uodcheaver, when :lils delegation stood up. ? A ttierfrnm from 'trover Cleveland Wright, of Petersburg, was received by Mr. Sunday last night 1: read; "liesul's tills morning $ 1S.t444. Thank you for your groat help at such cost i to yourself. Iv.crsbU'g was honore 1 to have you here, and is anxiou; ;o welcoii"> you again. We will ko over th>- tn >. Vou have, mir prayers > and best wishes f>-r wonderful bless ings in It:, hmotid." The tologram was in reference to ? titCfSyrian-Armenian relief work. ,V representative delegation of teach- , crs of the city schools also responded 0 Mr. Kodeheaver's reijjest to stand up. Hll.I.V i;oi\c TO W.\ Mil Xli'l'IIN I'tCllltl A It Y KI February in. which is a Monday, will j see IJi.ly Sunday ir. Washington, 1>. i tilling a "return engagement" In the I iimiii'itse tabernacle near the I'nion Station, which si-ats lo,out? people. Mrs. Sunday, 11? ? tJ< heavt-r. M .i t t h t w s Ltrewster and others of the Sunday Oifrty will a-company Mr. Sundav to Washington lof the " day. II. Omo> iiund; o. general chairman <>f the local Committee j^i.. the. Washington cam* paign, is .a Hichmtxid completing ar rangeint'iiVs thjs mil .if the line for : he Washington "niecing The Sunday party refers :<? Mi. <.>motiuiidro iocular ly..as "? >berainmergaii " "I want you to i-.'ine .nit here Thurs day afternoon." s,inl .Mr Sunday last 1 ighi to his audi.-ii. . "i ,tm g.'ing to l-'i'ea "h I'll II" ralism and show vou what a lo. of hunk It Is There's a lot oi other hunk being preached "ahou: ! sonIU-: s tha'. d .e ,,u the battlefields being saved. That's :> ie. The bovs don t want thai sort ,.f hunk pi.-achid to them and I'll prove it ... vou" SK\ icit \i. I IIOI s \ mi , ,1'lillMINS I I U\KI? A \\ A \ several thousand people were turned away trom tin- d.-us t i. Auditoriuin .ast night after stami ni; patientlv for hours in a vain attempt get "near the in ;i: it ent: a nee, ii w l,,f i peop;.. standing on the front steps ,.\\r th-n s.,:d a *c.c retary in the v U , A. ;llIh.hrr,0:n cMagonally across t'ary Street from th maiu entrauv? to'h Auditorium. "havC been waititig r uht ihere since otvock (:? u.ls then after 7 o'clock). W e are husie, f. . .linK people hetw^ n no . , l"V" ?'"> l,the: time. Uumlteds of p]. out , around o , k Imp:,,, ,.. ?,1? seats/' U'J:,U '"11 thus get good ,.J;5y |': 3" lasi nigh: the crowd had be. n a ig au nt. .| until it eddied and Si, ged and led in an uu, ' yea of liUina mi t y. whi. il tilled ? life AudU?"rium.CAry SlreCl ,w fr""! ? imiahim:!-; \ m> im hi.m w SlTIh/':'b'' "r ?yr'}'t NOON addhizss rne til l.ef that formality can lake the place of spirituality n, t(.-hur,.!, was e 0 ec t U.i 11 y - xpioded VeMer.lay af. ternoon by Itilly Sundav :it thc'Citv Auditorium in possibly th- best sor inon he h.i - [?r. ... i,. ,! 1;. 1;:. hrtic'd I'harisec- and l,ubl,..ui' fonlled for^Mr. Sundav'S ricathing deiiui ? ?f shain splrltu tered. ' H . 'V Klo?n of deeds'" not l-.iw -r. : . ? ? 1 l!" :i*'1 taiK. 1 a .1. s . i c.ip i-?.T s if people are ?5pert windjammers, hut to g, t out ?Hid del:\i r t ic gooils ,s what th> world is lo..l:ing for |;v, rv church i^'^run Ii - " u ? "o wnnt lO lull . ! So IIII ty t)0 ii.|n] thfey.r? rcllgri loo*"ar ' a*"' ;:" > '? ehurrh members, ? air. Sunday sabl that Jesus had twn purposes in view w:,.n n, .parable recorded im tj. . ' Chapter of Luk< i ? show some peop, u , Oiu '< the . a religious that they I.,. Why the prayers ar,. answered nnd others ar.- no: ItKFMII?) Tt? IM III,if n \s ??I.'Kl|) Ol.ll v I III 'I-I '.''Wltlt inimitable It. . ty that .-tuMg Ike a whip-lash Ml .r.da gave ? 'imitation of the i-ilaris,... that "good old ,o?: Mtrcilesrly I..- sti.p,,,,; ... u,l;( '? inontH of self-1 ghteousa. from n%d ern 1'hijrisec.s j.i the . ,iir .. .'.He hi,t h"it.e ... . ..r.,: ? , . til(. Joy and satis: , .... , .. ;? i*.1"1, " ;A ,h K?-nilll... aouise mcnt In tnc- Jn u-h whir.i ... "I tvas in a town ;tl ,.i,v?,i,:t .. he said In the eour-e ? sermon "and the Presbyterians ih.re wouldn't kneel for fear people would rhmk niev wan- Methodlbis. And t>?. nreach.-r u,p "un<1. tnr them ? i ? W bad the de\;| ;u him or lie Richmond Events in Paragraph Form Curve)it Local News Told Briefly i or benefit of Busy Readers. B\ fast work, the Hinford Junior IUkIi *. ho*?i oa ?'%? ti?a.i i? am ilvl*t*ato<l in* Cham .. riu> n ? St voivra.iv alli*riiooii ? tfi* rhamUerlayn< floor iIh ?** ore <?t t*. riu- Koai >hooll!)K ol" liolh*tla> Ml Hudi-.- was t ho feature -i the con* iot Hawkins plaved well .it guard foi li iti.T.i 'Hi- v. u.rv yesterday was ? iKhth coiiMM utlvo uiK* for ilio H.nf*?ru h'Ulll .lu-iinc Crutchrfctd wan prewntctl witli t hard -oine -I V. r tobuc.-o ? a>e \.'sterda> ioi . its on behalf of the colored cttlaemi. 'I'M* i ? * *e'itatloli wus- nuiJ" k'V ,l t? L ,1 of Hi. . Jackson. l-'r K K Jones and 1' 1' I'.raau a- an express i?n ol thanks tVr th?' ? onsiui^ra'tc troatiuout civou ntoiti h.?.?; t!i" rjn-' in IVllco Oouri "Tli. Makinc of ? StU'.or" i- beltiR shown - ? , tnotiiiti*pi|'tur.1 theater to stlmu '.i rei mimic The work ?>( recrultlitK ,,*!? - ,n?l hure* u-. tralnlwi ashore In ?ti ? a"'id .?tat oils. ami life ?t >"a aboard ithlp the three phase* of naval life ivi. l.i thv picture Men in the service a* tors in t ii ?? movie. Hi, hnond Itou.-e w i vo.-' l,ea?ue will ? :i v ufternoon .it ? o'clock in the J-f- . ? ? Hot. l !??.? room to tlisouss tiv os .. .1 to f community kitchen which ; i furnish hot. cooked meal.> l>y autonio i. (? KU'hitiui.'l tatiil!;<- i'i an attempt * \ the problem Mi<' Mautle ?: \v?1 ic< --.-i Mr? Hah Wllllami will L.Uir- s? the l-acuo \\ 4:11 Tar-ant. a drucKlst. noted an .. ? , 1 ?? . fined fj and costs yesterday In Court f?>r nelllng chewinK cum on ? ? H ;n<> .in.'d that 111" KUlil had , d; 1 va i' and. !>????.iU?- of iht<. h? v ?- ivtfil to s?ll it oil the Sabbath ... ? he tried I11 th> ltuxtliiK!* i"1 i . tioi or. th." part of Motorman Mo '. m* ? tfvo M th'.nid Park line. prevenK-d .. r ?u- a* , id. nt v. -t.-rday imirnliic wh. it v. iii' !i h- rtmnlne t rashed int.. ?? i^<r i: th^ h<<vv foe. Hv rovers* c th*? 1 urr--nt <juirkl.v the impaet wk? ^ r.d and :.o one was Injured "ii either r?\>: bra ? Cillllam last nlcht in the .sri! t 'Ur- "v lla^Uin-".' parlor i.v tl;e - of s*. to ti. Taylor mnklnc a hicli run Ta\lor !s now i^adlni; the field of . To-r.'cht llowman will 111 Oct '..i ?j'.CTinnt David Payne, v. well-known . _? Klehtnotid man who wa.i wounded h - ? .irsult nf tlie Huns, lia.s arrived In Newport News and expects roon to visit fr ? ;r. ntehmond. He Is a nephew of M:>- Hattie !. Scott. ii i ?? r M.>>uir>< Hitrcer. f...- many \ears i--. lant niKiiaKer <if the .Ieff?rson Hot?l. h .? nef.-pted a similar position with the Monti.-rllo Hotel. Norfolk ami cxpoii? to ta-.- \it' t h?% duties of his n<5w position within .1 f. w days. l.irutenant ?'olsat<' W. Harden. ,Tr ha = returned to duly with the First Marine \ via Hon Sfiuadron In Florida, after v:-:* Iiik If re for s. veral days. Mr <1*. P. noon, of Semtne* \v? nil". South Richmond, who wa? operated upon recently a' Stuart 1'ircle llospltn! Is rceoveritia rapidly. Th" Slate Heard of Kduration h^'d I' ^ ? ?-fill'I ineetlnr yesterday in Its room? in the Presbyter*-"'! Huililinp Only routine matters were d'.seussed wouldn't :?])oloci7.e for a bunch like that -he'd skin Vin. ' >K1 Scotch Cove nanter stock they were?stiff at a poker and ooid as it iIok's nose." Ml t II IKOW IX IMIVTS I'OH rut urn >1 kmn 1 'its Mr Sunday's list of "Don'ts for t'Uurih Members" ?as replete with t lie irony for which he is famous^ H< re ;?re some of them: "Don't com* to church?and if you do. come late. If It's *oo wet, too <lr>. too hot. too cold, too windy too dusty, don't come. i'f lours? the preacher? you expect h:m to be there Don't imagine the front scats were ever in tended for you when you go to church. People miRht think you were interested if you cot up under the pulpit. THAI.VMK.V I't.ACK I.OADKIJ C'AUJi I.V THE l''RO XT "I used to fire for the Northwestern Railroad. 1 can run a locomotive; if she blows out a cylinder head, breaks a side rod or throws a tire. I can un couple her and bring her in. I used to lire for the. Northwestern Railroad. 1 carry a little card that lets me ride. And so we used to, when we made up a freight train, put the loaded cars in front and the. empty ones behind because it pulls easier. Don't for the world ever think of praying lor the preacher. No! Or the church. Don't sing. When you come to the tabernacle or go to church, don't sing. Just look like a barnacle, my friends, on the hull of a ship. Don't sing! And don't attend prayer-meet ing. and if vou do, why don't take part. X KMOIt CilVK I'AS'I'OR A XV K X CO I.' RAGK >1K X T "You know Paul said women should not speak in meeting. Yes, but I will tell you something why he said so. It has no more reference to mo and you than wearing sandals instead of shoes. I will tell you some time. And don't encourage the pastor, but tell his faults to everybody you see. and*if his sermons help you. don't let hint know it, but If he says something you don't like, get busy. "If you see a .stronger In the audi ence, don't shake hands with him be cause if you do he will come hack, anil he might go to heaven instead of hell. He might fall in love with Jesus Christ and hate the devil if you showed an interest in him. Let him alone. I.KT Til K PASTOR WO AM. TilR WOIIK "Never try to bring anybody to church with you. If you did, you'd fill up the old ice house. Det the pastor <lo all the work. The general does nil the fighting while the private sit around under the shade, smelling the coffee boil and the bacon fry. See tha' his salary is always behind time, lie can work down here and board up in heaven. If he doesn't visit you as often as vou think he should or that you de- : serve, treat him very coldly. He has 1 othing particularly to do but to wait <?11 you. He only has to preach two sermons a week, and run the prayer meet ing, and marry people, and bury peop.e. and settle individual and church quarrels, and visit the sick, and pray with the dying, and collect church subscriptions. The church hires him just to look nice and amuse you. He hasn't anytljinc special to do. K1XII l-'AI I.T WITH ICriVK i lU'IU'lI WORKERS "Try and run the church. If you see anybody willing to take hold and help with the church work, be sure and find fault with them anil accuse them of being bold and forward. And never speak to anybody about Jesus Christ You: pastor should do all that kind of work?don't you say a word. And ' don't l.e particular about how Clod's house looks inside or out, but keep your own line. > you've not Persian rugs and the indelahra of wealth on your Moot the church is good enough for the t hirt y-tive-cent ingrain. Insist on your views being adopted oil all (incstions broughi tip before the church. And (lulu g.vc ;n for the majority. This government is run 011 tiie majority rule, but in the church, the tall wags the don. X K V Kit IjKT MIXISTKH KXOW WHHX VOI A IIK SICK "When you arc sick, don't let th> pastor know anything about it. Don't tell him. H- Is supposed to tlnd ou". an<: if he doesn't, then tell people how disinterested ne was in you and he never came near when you were sink. "Sis. 1 be 1 my ifi> just by looking at you that's just what you've been doln'.- You've got just that kind of a :? ap on you. If you see anything working harmoniously, get busv and 1 try and stir up a fuss." Mr. Sunday closed his sermon with n well-told Incident of a Dakota blizzard, and of the woman and the baby who. following a traveling man's advice in .s:ead of tin biakeinan's, got oil at th wrong station and went to their death j in the snowstorm. "What directI011 are you giving to [the people iri your home'.'" concluded Mr Sunday. "What directions are vou riving in your society? Followln-i you. i will you lead them to Christ or will you lead tnein to the devil?" Some Think Value of Street lin! way Company's I't-operty II art! to Di'toriiiiiic. ?AD\ KJtTISK I'.IKK OHDIXA.Wi I mlei- KiiKlisli AnuMitlineiit Corpora tion .Mum File Statement Willi ('Jtj ( Ink .ljcreciiiK lo Submit |jollk'H ami Xourlu-rs lor Rvamlnation. t ha t'o v',?ia.Ks' n: 111 ? admitting t Vi somewhat startled t ? .i^.V l'!M,oss ot ,V:"Ui ?'?>? uoiihr* r-, im , ,u"'-i?K that h.> would i . V-V. >?> Kl.-limnnd Of !?' N IrRink1, Hallway and Power Com ? v.- n l>ro,H;"'^ '"?? inclined to Ation U'r "|,,s' I ions Oon*ider At tin sam.. tun,, few of tliein are r ' express .t definite opinion " eason that no detinue pr.po Mt.on has been made. .\lavot- tie a/In IC? lay reading a maa f LV.-V .,k'alil"4 vvi:h th.. future V bt'011 railways in the United States He tie el are 11 that ho iiad read it nit"? li"' oont .in . - t hail t!i(l:ri...[ application to mat sifins, ????*"?'? ilH municipal ownership proposition Mr f ?,?'.? I'm ro,lw,^'? niRlit. ' ..'r , ^ itliout committing him ^ t' ,c im ol> ? ''M'ross..,! the opinion tli.it t.ie '? 11y iniRiit run the street rail way in sti.h a way as to make if proiitable. lie thought, however, tint tie matter ..f pur.-hasinu the plant" would present considerable ditlicultie.s ?wing to the ditli.-itlty of separating i. from other parts ,.f the system in other < lties. ' 11 I II I.N K "V A I.I I-: OI' I'llOI'UltTV I* IIA It t) TO niO I I Mt Aldermen ami Couueilmen generallv thought that the question of the value ?t .ho company's jiroperties here would he hard to dot. riniii. ease ,,eSu. V.'i .IO,i'3 i 'OI "S I'Uwere ,o? V' ,' . , , W\,s -''"''r.'Hy arreed that lh:, Prineipa I basis for ascertaininu \alue would come fr.?m a phvsic.-,: val uat ion. -N t the same time it was assort til thi< would be H bad limo to make this phv Mcal valuation. owiiiR to values being in Mated l.y war conditions. Yesterday was the first day of ad vertisement of the proposed ordinanee inci easing stre.-t railwnv faros amendment which i.'ouiVeilmati on" t'i getting attached . Jo the or,Imam e may have an impor tant bearing on tlie question of muni, i Upal ownership a> it allows :l thor m'fii '"?<p?.,tion -I' th.? company's nietliods. mauaRoment and linan-ev >11 S I' SI II.MIT HOOKS I 'Olt 1 \ SI'KI'TIOX . <\? follows: -None of tin. pro\ islotis ot til's ordinanee shall i>" oo:ne ?-fl? .?: i\? and no right or pr:\i .e Sfanteii by it shall be authorized '"i.oss ari l until tin Vi: trinl:t l:.iilw.,v .?rid I ow..r c.inpany shall tiw-th Hie ruy ei. rk its , e h. writing , or caeh and every provision of t lii.s t'i i m. < 'M ?' :?r - .tisfactoi v to r \'. Vy, ?l,;or:"'y assistant, and. pro\.d"d. that mi hu.-: .. ? ..ptan-'r. th. \ rymia Hallway and Power r'ninpanv - aall express.y agree to submit it's \ v?u? l?ers. methods and manage .? ? ..i iO su f.Nport o\ i?nina;ion a ? tho H^n.' ? :ho cny of 11.a\ a j l c c i. HOLD FAST TO BONDS." advice of chairman .rr Kpllor man >lan> \ piiarondy A nrai ihe In\cmtment> Ollcrrd. ' auaVnM l".Rv'i0 1'"V1"r s '^^"y bonds Hoeiritie^? whV'fl,,B :h,s- '"'"ds for <raclil" i?veslm. .u"1 haV"?,r,'"Uy :" i'^fth^n'istr'i ? I'^innan" of'u',e sues! l eiU-ri 1 ?"r!'Ll ?<Mi "" ^Pital is I'-am plih-t annoifiehiu1 th ^ StC,n' i1 ..i" i>i.. i. .-i' t'"- oonipictioi; A! r nar,ly;"^?^;\ ^ V '-mi;.:1:iffnvi with sra",,i"ji,u" '.,f< ?i?.ic ??> 11. *. " " liii* n.Atiuna 1 itiii'i* i^nt. Mr. jlarrlv <IVw jutlic in Hue nee a pros"iji".Vi%? ^ "ol "<)vv ?securities prospective investor in <? vl) !' mrrd v? -1 ? Lbbo"*,s- how discourage as miiAn S, lhal l'": l?a"ka exchange for'ii i i ,^'S Possible their ; :,hra?^" .'g.^.'tSSXSS- "muy brothers face same charge I'rdornl Ofllrorn S#iv 'i'l?t.# i . , , ? ' "ill I'iiii<vs Arc iiKfirsf lji|uor liii|ior(erM JI err. sxk'V.!"v ment by .,h* amtnil ! State. His <trl'al>0wasRse,U|fVrr l'ntt0 'h? w-lh5ir.'; dK?jn'k/ssrk nffensc. s^IXVlVI^ iuaTts of8i weMSk'" Moln,lay an<l kv w-.q i,'i 1 ! wn brand of whis stSSr?'"1' ^ ?ntHI,da,|,r,"o,,'U W%" ? to awaii in.. . . was released MUST SUPPORT children |'?V * w' Z "nniiliigioii * ?) 9IS Srmj.^loritlily. ?I udj^o Hielia rdsoti iji tj, m ^ourt. ycstcrdav d.'..???, , , ls.t H I ?unnin 'ton must ? ontribute iis l'('r"y two weeks for tl. '1H ,-v'-rV of his four .1.11,1 "j " :'1,,?f lhr-1 the fourth child wav Si v*r \"V ?""I w-il |>r<.\ .led | . " ' V V 'rplnJa was a defendant to tl[c ^hnJae r! nn,0r' support, preferred bv , ,. f """" Wealth. i.e?al custodv of ],e was award.,| tl) the' m-n.. i. . i < 'harlt ies 1 , J; . '<f probably menus Hint \iiL""C, "V* Rrandmother of e'n ir ' BECOME BOARD MEMBERS Sloebholders ' Ml. h.nond ?, riINI n ? '"K* < Ollllmiiy l||?|,| lOleci bin. At a meeting of tile St.. 11./ I I Iticl.mond Trust j' ^ ^ "t I'an.v h.l.l vesterd-.v . . K" ?m* ? ?one. M II T'liiiinvi'i 'll- Milton A. Williams w c e,,e , * ,;:h:1 ,W:,llf r 'M|ard of dire. !,.. ; ' ru, :\n ?f V1-"-1 w. -v prexideni j , . i.'?'-presidents. .1. |. , ; ! - 1 Anderson; ' se'Vv ?< J Willing,,,,,,: V,Mt of tiocr. I lean,* Mirury. 1 V i'i"IVlltlon. i;& '? the 1 nited States iiixiriAV J'?. y Twenty Gold Stars on Service Flag That1 Number of Rich mond College Men Ha ve Made Supreme Sacrifice. With tlii- I?11 e stars on the Richmond t'ollego service llag there are now t vvculy nold onos. each reps csentiug an niumut'.s who has made the supemo sacriihv <mi t li<: lb-Ids of I' rimee. aiiio.'ik ilu-ni is otic for Newton It. Auca11 ?>w, captain o: infantry in (lie Amo.ioan l-.xpeditionary l*'oroe ami woli-Known a . a miuar IcuutT of i.?0 ICIchuiond College football ton 111. 'l'ho other g<-id stars stand for it. D. Alien. 'IV. murines, A. II. !?*,; i.!eor)?? M. Hetty. 07. Camp I,ee. .1. K. Hotctor, 1 ?. Ilrst lieiitenaiu. infantry. A. !?'. 1*\; V. Hr.ulley. Jr., '17, naval hospital e ?!)?-'. iie.Mge Cary. '1-, aviation; W. II. Crosswcil, jr.. 'W;?; Itawley M. Kleet. '17; <S. iSardner. 'OS, second lieu tenant. A. 10. I<\; Jenifer Curnolt. '??T. lieutenant-commander. t.'nited States Navy. It. \' 11 a i.-i 1 i 'l:?, Camp Kun .?ton; I'. I'. Harrison, '05, A. IC. I". \V, Kerfoot. pastor in camps; II. V. I.lgbtfoot. '! 7 S. Metealf, *!?".. nawil reserve corps. Itoger MilUser, Ml. Yalo nrtillcrv training soli ><>!. lilen It. Alc i.aiich!iti. I'.', oli'tli cavalry; Charles It. Sands i ? >. ilrst lieutenan' avia tion. A !?:. K. It. I!, l'aee. '97. V. M. ?'. A. in l-'ranee; A. 'I'. Kin . l!?0l?, lirst lieutenant. M. C.. Ilobokcti, N, J. EVANGELIST SUNDAY PROVES AID TO RELIEF CAMPAIGN IttfiscH tlvrr Klglitecn Thousand Dol lars in I'rlcrxliurn in I'riv MIlllltCM. (?resit impetus to Richmond's drive for funds for tin- relief of the starving Armenians ami Syrians was given yes terday by the wonderful work of Hilly Sunday in Petersburg. where, in the ? our.se of a few minuses, the evangelist I raised practically all of that city's quota, ami it went over the top dur iiic the afternoon Petersburg was al lotted $l'o.nno. an ' Hilly Sunday raised SIS.94 I. the eon" rihut ions last night auurest.it :nn Jill.OS I. The progress made by Hielimond yes terday was slightly mora encouraging. I the executive committee working out a *>lan b> wlii.'h it is believed that can vassers can be obtained in a limited wav. and depending upon the people to either semi in their contributions or leave them with she banks or trust companies of the city. Any bank will forward comI'ibutions to headquarters. Rotters were sent out to all Hich mond ministers requesting them to double the apportionments mado to their churches !">'* week. St we headquarters announced yester day that a number of other counties in Virginia had (.tone over the while tiie oversubscription in Danvtlle is about $.">.00?. Several counties are actually doubling t.ieir apportionments. CONSIDER FEDERAL PLAN Stockholder* of southern llnltnny I o iii p a ii y Woel and I'lnn I'liture t'unferenoe*. Stockholders of the Southern Rail wiij Company ;iw;:i held an adjourned ? meeting m Hi- hnmnd v? stonlaj to con sider some of the details in regard to Hie p: contract bdwoni the g >v ? mini nt and the eornpatiy in relation ti 1'edera. coiv iol ?.f fie road. Similar meetings w. -e lie il her. .u ' >ctob? r. No vember and December, and oSlieial."- of the company st that the meeting vste.-d.iy v\ is like thos.*, devoid of features It is probable that further mooting.-- will I"- held from month to month until the matter is fully de termined. ELECTED PRESIDENT Dr. liarncll Itjlxuiil ?Iiohcii llead of Virginia Section of Anierlenii ( liejiilcnl I oiupuiiy, l>r. fiarnett Ryland, of Richmond College, iias been elected president of tin Virginia section of the American I'liem. a' Society for the current year, other olllcers named at the annual meeting are: viee-president. Albert Holenba ugh: secretary-treasurer, !?r. K. I>. Miller; councilor. Dr. It. M. H!rd; chairm mi of the program, editing and membership committees, respec tive||. \' Stewart, II. K McCracken and W l\ !'.add TO NAME SUCCESSOR Kxpect \rvv Dirt-dor of llureuu of Murki'l), Will He Selected To-Morrow. The slice isor of L. W. Wilson, as di rector of the Hureau of Markets, prob ably will be named to-morrow morn ing when the Virginia State Hoard of Agriculture will meet at the Capitol for its regular fi rst-of-the-vear ses sion. Since Mr. Wilson resigned in October to lake a position with the 1 food administration, the bureau has 1 been without a directing head. TELEPHONE PROCEEDINGS WILL NOT BE ABANDONED Shewmnke Snys That Commissioner liUpton Told 11 im Only to Postpone Action. MISl'XDHKSTANDING IIY IU1KA Corporation Commission 'Will Con tinue J<egnl Fight against .New Hntn Schedule?Will Try to Pre vent Collection. Proceedings to enjoin Virginia com panies from making effective tlio higher rates for telephone service ordered by Postmaster-General Uurle son have not been abandoned by the State Corporation Commission, but such action, under direction of Oscar Ia Shcvvniakc and special counsel, workiifg in conjunction with the At torney ??.Jeneral, xviil be brought as soon as tlie injunction bill can be put in proper shape. This is tiu* gist of a statement given ??'.if yesterday afternoon by Mr. Shew make, counsel t?? the commission, in reply to one made the night before by Commissioner William !?'. Ithea, who. because suit had not already been It ought, understood that the proceed ings had been called off by his asso ciate. Commissioner S. 1,. I,upton. Mr. Shewmake said that, instead of bringing suit to enjoin tlie Chesa peake and I'otomac Telephone Com pany and kindred organizations from levying the additional tax. the better pain is to institute action looking to the prevention of such a levy being col lected, The authorities of several States which have begun proceeding.* already pave been requested by Mr. Shewmake to give Virginia the bcnoll! of their pleas in the light to be waged here. ST.VTKM KXT fiIVI5.N Ol'T UV Mil. SIIKWM.l IvK The statement given out yesterday by Mr Shewmake reads as follows: Commissioner I?upton did not direct me to discontinue these proceedings, nor have I ever told any one that he did. Mr. Lupton came to my oillce Friday evening and told me that a member of the Kichmond bar who would be associated with the At tortiey-Cicneral and myself in the con duct of the suit had the matter under consideration and would be read> to confer with the State's attorneys on Monday. 1 advised him that if noth ing was done until late Monday the suit would necessarily have to be brought to enjoin the collection of the increased charges after they had be come effective, on January 21, rather than to enjoin the companies from putting such rates into effect, but that suit could be brought either way and with the same ultimate result. SAVS I.I PTON \KVK.It INTI.MATKO UK IV.WTKI) ACTION STOI'PKI) lie said that this would be satis factory and left the oillce. Mr. Lupton lover intimated to me that he wished the proceedings to lie abandoned; in deed. ho expressed himself as being anxious to see the matter handled as expeditiously as might be compatible with good judgment and the Interests of the State I talked with Judge llhea over the telephone about the matter late Sun day night and advised hm. in response to his request, that the suit would not be instituted M m.lay, and that I had talked with Commissioner I.upton about the nratter. as stated 1 presume that .ludee Ithea understood what I said in regard to a postponement of action until after the rates had taken effect to mean that th? proceedings were to be abandoned, though I .an recall no language of mir.e that would produce such an impression WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN TO IMPROVE HEALTH Plan to Provide Snnlf.rj- Inspector of Kiprrienrr In Kirrj County of the Stntr. Pronounced by !>r. L I., I.umsden. of tne I nited States Health Service, as being the best plan of action ho has seen for similar work, the campaign of the Virginia State Council of De fense for better health conditions In the State _wiI! be formally opened on January 27 ai Norton, where speeches will be made by State Health Oomrnls ! sioner Knnion fi. Williams and C It | Keiley. secretary of the Virginia State ? "ouncil of Defense. In active support I of the campaign v. ill be enlisted the j entire public school system of the j State, the churches of every denomina | lion and corporations of every sort. The council plans to have u. sanitary I inspector of experience in every coun j ty of the State rt js thought that these I men can be secure'! from the various I military cantonments. The Confederate Museum ('pen Dally from/9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays 9 A. M. to 2 K M. TWELFTH A?fD r/,AY STRKCXK I ADMIS.SIQN. 26c..' To-l>iiy nnil To-Morrow. .llnlinrrk, 1,'lr; Tu\, !ic; .MrIiIk, IKc. Viola Dana "The Gold Cure" (;<><?<! fur n .Million |i?U|;liN! ALSO M ack (Ambrose) Swain Nfiv "."iO-II). l-'nlrbnnkn "Her First Knight" A Sii.'ijij>y !?"<?>; Sunshine Corned?. Ml \\>rl<?Mi-nln, 'JUoj 'I'nx lie i' w rrrrs ?; i i ?-k? SjuM-iacli! Kvcr Screened. Sin.uk at II, 1:30, 4. 6:30, It. ComlnR! \>\l \\>ok. NA/.mow iii "i:vi: roit i-jvk" To-I)ny nnd To->IorroT*. Mntlnrm, 1,'tr; Tm, 2o: Mphtn, IKc. Wallace Reid IN "The Dub* \ A Sure-Fire Comedy Hjt. ALSO _ Mutt and Jeff Comedy Cartoon AND New Outing Chester VICTOR ~ All Scntii. ISoj Tnx, 2?*. wii.i.iaM.sory.. uujutiikiis oFfkr \ "THE/., SUBMARINE EYE" A KimriniitInj? It'imnnce nt- the Bot tom of the Nm, \Mt \\>rkj (;i:iiu,i)im; pauraii IN ??Tllli 11 KM. CAT" ODEON?To-Day, SpeetaTIloubre Bill, 10c?ODEON ELSIE FEItGUSON and EUGENE O'BWIEN In "UNDER THE UKEEXJ&Mffi TIlEE" Also Ford's Wceklj^lfcvlcw of EvcntN. mwwMMmmmammMMmmmMMmm lSSiL> J^yy? 'The Shopping Cotter" Fine Winter Coats Are Now $22.50 SMART Coats for women and misses? about seventy garments, altogether ?in those popular winter shades of Burgundy, Plum, Taupe, Green, Brown, Navy Blue and Black ; also some fashionable tweeds, all of which are lined throughout. They comprise the cleverest of collar ef fects; also nobby belts and pockets. There's quite a variety of styles and sizes, and yet the limited quantity suggests the wisdom of making your selection early. Second Floor?West. Fashionable Furs Quality Furs ?but no ono would suspect that they would be offered at so low a price as we have marked these. Bitter winter days will afford no dts^ comfort to the woman who has a #ood set of Furs, or a Fur Coat, such as one may secure now at exceptionally low copt. INVESTI GATE! Second Floor?West. Sale of Towels In the Basement Dry Goods Store This morning we will place on sale two lots of Towels bought from the United States Government at a ridiculous figure and offered to our customers for one day only at far below manufacturer's prices: Lot No. 1?100 dozen, 16 Vis by 32 inches I luck Towels, made of good, strong, beautifully fin ished white toweling, with neat blue stripe borders. The manu facturer's price is $2.20 a dozen. Our price for Wednesday only is 17c each, or $2.00 a dozen. Lot >'o. 2?100 dozen, 16 by 34 inches Glass Towels. White with stripes and checks of red. The manufac turer's price to-day is $2.10 a dozen. Our price for one day only, 15c each, or $1.75 a dozen. Basement, West. ? m ? 8 ? vH U v.-i S3 1 I! i 5 I I ?SJ ' :ui 8: P KM : 8 <0 1 i m m\ ihe Valentine Museuni Klrr*nth and CIav StrreU Admission Pre# Ot>*n from 10 A M.-5 I' M. ? Saturday from 10 A M -i V M. ACADEMY?Tonight Dnvid Ilclanr<? I'mteyttn David Warfjeld "The Auctioneer" Price*, 50c to. *2.00, DANCING AT | MURPHY'S! On One ol' the Best Floors in Richmond to tho Famous JOItDAiys JAZZ OHCHIOSJUA Monday and Thursday ICvcnings. 0:30 to 12. 1 ripen* ?OC IO(. w 0 vau ACADEMY?Fri.S Sat. I REX. T Q-U3? Mntlnrr Sntnrdnr !? / BP rrin^ The One Bij? Gale of /T^atiphter MARY'S AfyKLE ? fl.OO; MRht. riuem?Mntlnre, 2.1c 25c <? $ KOY STEWART Iii/the And/C'oincdy. r Matinee, 10c; Night, 13c; Plus Tax. . rlIIO\Vt$G TO-DAY, Earle Williams and Grace Darmond u THE GIRL IN HIS HOUSE" From the LvidUM?"1 lomo Journal Story by Same Name. If you found a beautiful unknown girl in your house, what would you do? "Big V" Comedy and Screen Telegram Added.